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TAKES CONTROL Subscriplion $1.50 per Yml& NUMBER. 5 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JULY 28, 1922. I was said, might facllltluto tho con GOVERNOR of that tenni' t!,p statement as to re- DENIES TOBACCO GROWERS cessions, even though Eastern llns sl,Ils' were f!ivcn PXactly s "o gavo ALBERT BflSKETT'S SEEKING OFFICE and those of tho Southwest have pubIVlUVtlUUKUAlNIZb tlem t0 u9 by malIi uellovlng thm BF COUNTRY'S COAL licly declared that tho status of men ' to bo correct we accordingly publlsh- body omployod to roplacu tho strikers Morrow CIuiIIimikk I 'out to Prove ir3fc iw.iiin- ,,,.(i in nnruonl. ed as Hvon. If thov wnr nti,, Assertions Tiuo. would not allow tho grant ot full Tuesday, Temporary Offiwise we had no moans ot knowing seniority to those who might return. cers Select cil. them to' bo so. Wo therefore should Prcsldont Harding', It wns said, Railroads Get Priority On Frankfort, Ky., July 25. DenyI not bo licensed ot giving tho Morgan- - Had Been Dead Beyond 20 contact ing that ho litis either publicly or Messrs. George II. Rudy, W. C. town team an unfair deal. In conwould remain In Intimate Fuel Supplies; UtilDays; Odor Attracts with any steps which the Labor Board prlvatoly sought any other office Huycraft, and C. A. Rogers of n nection with the ities Next. no concealmight tako. There was members of tho organizaslnco ho has boen the governor of Searchers. contests we do however recall ing that grave concern had bean giv- Kentucky, Governor Morrow today tion committee, Dark Tobacco Grow publishing tho result of a game en Government officials by verified addressed a communication to tho ers Cooperative Association, wero In i wherein Kocltport was defeated by reports concerning tho dwindling of Louisville Evening Post, clalleng-coHartford Tuesday, July 2G, for the the score as stated, 4 to 2. What was left of tho remains of July 2G. Support of output. Ing ft to prove the truthfulness of an purpose of starting an organization As to the statement that Smith Albert Boskett, was discovered by the Kallroad Labor Hoard ns the only has editorial concerning a third federal In Ohio County. Several represen-tatlv- a struck out 12 Morgantown batsmen, Messrs. Thomas Bishop and A. Almost no now production B. nRctKy created by law for handling growers wore In tho meeting that report was also received by us Hardin, Wednesday been attained In Pennsylvania union- - jnilicl.it district In which he was afternoon, July accelerath transportation tie-uized coal fields slnco troops protec- - charged with seeking another office at the couithousc and a temporary tion of coal production unilor Federal tlon has been furnished and nonunion while governor of Kentucky. Gov organization was prfected oy the through the mnll, written by ono 26, In tho Warden woods about ono whom wo supposed knew tho facts. mllo below Centertowa and Detwcea prof, tlon nnd control fii.l dlstrlbu - pro(lHctInn n Virginia, Tennes - j ernor Morrow also demanded" of the election ot S. O. Keown as chairman If he, tho reporter, is connected with a quarter and n half mile south oC tlon wero glvon by Administration seo and Kentucky has decreased farj Post that It explain a recent cartoon and Prof. W. P. Uhoads as secretary. the Beaver Dam team wo are not tho L. & N. B. It. It had beon grotspokesmen todny as the throo fun- below Juno levels. carried under tho heading "The Ven- - Lon Smith, L. B. Tichenor and T 11. aware of tho fact, although he ty thoroughly fied that tho last tlmo damentals of the Govirnment's poliBlack were appointed as committee Mlncrs, Operator Mny Confer. trlloquist." In Beaver Dam. Boskett had been seen alive, was. cy toward tho Industrial crisis Tho possibility was said to have "jiy attention has beon called to on arrangements We do our bets to get reports of on the morning of July 4th at tho and rallrond In the coal At the adjournment of the meeting all games played in our County and crossing and it was believed, been advanced 111 tho Cabinet session the editorial page of the Evening nt strikes. On It was planned to have a mass meet- have gone to quite a lot of trouble that the President might call another Post of Saturday, July 1922. enquiry had been t Restatement of the Government's conference of the miners and union that page there is an editorial con- - ing of Ohio County growers, at Hartto get them correct, being frced In his relatives and friends position followed the regular Tues- offlclals and coal mlno operators this cernlng a third federal Judicial dls-tl- ford, Thursday, Aug. 3rd. at 1:30 most cases to rely upon raports of that ho was dead, and probably In day meeting of the Ca'ilnot, which, Including the spokesmen of op- - "trlct In Kentucky. In those editorials, p. in. At this meeting a permanent otherB, If we err It Is In tho reports that Immediate section. Bishop and lor nearly throo hours, ilnvoted its orating associations in West Virginia based B3 you say, on an announce-nn- d organization Is to be effected. Joicph gathered and wholly unintentional. Hardin noticed an odor from tho viattention to tho double threat against Dl'c-ctor-, Pennsylvania who were not will- - mont, "mado at Frankfort that the Pjhirnneau Urbanization But for any one, or any organization cinity of tho railroad crossing and tho country's economic fabric fam- Ing to att.nd the former meetings. plum, If created, will go to Governor will bo present and address the gath- of others to imply that we are Insame were led to the remains ine in fuel and disruption of InterPresldont Harding was said to fefd Morrow," you make the following ering. tentionally unfair is, plainly speak- which wero In a horrible condition. commerce. state Ohio ing, a falsehood. As above stated, Tho flesh, what little remained unTobacco growers turnout that the bituminous industry had too specific charges in tho following The first stop toward control of minors and too many mines, guago: "So far ns Governor Morrow county, for the most part, already we had a high opinion of tho Mor- eaten by Insects, wns entirely decora-pos- ed, transportation facilities and and to have advanced a proposal that Is concerned, wo do not see why he are familiar with the workings of tho deplei gantown team, not only as a good leaving nothing by which, coal supply came shortly afterward wago contracts should hereafter can not wait until some vacancy Is Cooperative association plan as con- - playing aggregation, but as Indlvl- - identification could be made, other from tho Interstato guarante" workers 2S0 working days In a statement croated boforo ho goes aftor another tracts have been scattered brond- - duals as well, and have so stated In ' than a gold watch and the clothing- Commerce Commission declaring that a year, with a penalty clause against office The governor through this paper and most persls- - cast tn person. ho wore at tho tlmo of disappearance. an emergency existed In tho torrltory employers who failed to operate tent, however, In tracking office others, and by circular and other- - thsse columns and Ten dollars in currency and some east of the Mississippi IUvor which mines accordingly. From tho day he assumed office at wise. So it would seem that every TO THE MKMOKV war savings stamps wero also found required the commission to direct tho Tho plan met with scant favor. It Frankfort, the governor has been grower should iiavet his mind made- OF A TEACHEK in his pockets. routing of all e.suillai commodities was said, when put before operator casting his eye about for another of- - up as to his desires and what seems Coronor T. II. Plckerll was called, "' iav ntiil nrlnrltv ,, mlnoM some weeks ago. It wan, rce." nna 10 nt i best to do. John Cv Barnard, about eighteen an Inquest held, and a verdict ot to control movement ot food statin pointed out thai the mlner8. Wo aro now not a grower of tho years ago, attended the Bowling "Death from unknown cause" was"The above statements are abso- and fuel. license requirements under Illinois, hitoly false and are without any foun- - wood, but many ot our friend Omen Business Unlversitv and went I rnrtArAil de-- j Borah AsKs For lnetlgatloii. Indlaua and Pennsylvania State laws, datlon in fact. Since I have been and relatives aro, and our Mr. Boskett was 59 years old and. t0 tho Philippine Islands to teach. He! The priority order was followed by tho latter applying particularly to the governor of Kentucky I have never iie In the matter Is fcr tl.e'r success, returned to us ten or twelve years ' left no children. His wife died, order" from tho anthrclto reBlori. maUo It impossiUlo either publicly or privately, or at all, jiu' after hiving inspected Ue con- - ago for postgraduate work and, aftor I i "general service some 12 or' 15 months prior to Commlsslon. notlfyliiK "all common to build up any new labor forces. sought any other office, nor have I tract and heard of the flattering sue nearly a year here, start- - death, since which tlmo he had been carriers" that an emergency oxlsted Further, the, President Is inclined publicly or privately announced my- - cess of the plan in this State, In tho ed back to the Philippines to resume in depressed spirits, at times ex- which required them to disregard to bellevu that tho bituminous In- - anif ns n rnndldato for any other of-- lmrlev district, and by Blmllar or- - hls duties and died aboard ship. R pressing himself as not caring1 parusual routing practice frolght rate (lM3lry conditions have arisen which nCe, nor have I cast my eyes about for ganlzatlons of producers ot various cently a gentleman was traveling In ticularly as to rurthor lire, iro had ZiivlsloiiH and traffic arrangements j a,ow ncar). 300.000 men to be em- - another office, nor have I sought In j other products In other states, we the Philippines and accidentally apparently made hlmselt a bed or week work- - any way the Judgeship of the district are constrained to believe that the found a largo monument erected to resting place with some vines etc., bo as to obtain tho most expeditious ployD(1 0 a three-dny-p' niovoment of essential freights. nR ljas,gj nt a wago wnch makes' referred to In your editorial. You rnnnorntlvp Association is the one the memory of ."John C. Barnard, removed his trousers and replaced, j, . Becoming cffectlvo tomorrow, tho th Hinrinl. which is. there- hr which tha business ot American Educator, Who Founded his overalls, as to how death camo-abowag ga,(J to confer tng Commission's mandates glvo railroads ( Ho personal, made a direct state- - growing and marketing tobacco' can the Schools of Panay Island." He absolutely nothing was left .. n1 - ... i it.. .v., ursi prioruj uu iun rnntilrnmnntfl trary t0 tne wnola fcneme 01 me in ient of fact. I challenge us irutii- - be stabilized. said there were also tablets in all from which to Judge. with electric power, light, gas, water fl natIon whero tno i,aicnce of the fulnesi and demand that you shall Mr. Boskett was a good citizen and. the schools of that Island put there and sewer works, Ice plants serving populace works regularly, and to bo either prove the above statements to MORGANTOWN TEAM to the memory of Mr., Barnard. This possessed means sufficient to caro-fo-r tho public, nnd refrigeration plants an Impossible foundation on whl h to bo truo or acknowledge your willinghimself under ordinary conditions IS BATTING FOUJS Is very pleasing to tho30 of us who engaged In preservation of food, fol- maintain a basic Industry. Also In ness to publish a falsehood. remember pleasantly tho fine quali- during the remainder of life, or lowing In tho order named. tho bituminous Industry, labor cost in. ia aovnA nnfA nf vniir nnnnr years. (The SouthMorgantown. Ky., July 21, 1921 ties ot our late friend. Proposed appointment of a Kderal ot producing coal has been found by .,.-- .- .. o ..,, nrtnr thn hidliii!. ern Exponent.) Burial of the remains took place Republican, Commission to investigate tho coal investigation to average about sev Ventriloquist." It shows a flg- - Tho Hartford Mr. Barnard was a son of the lat3 yesterday afternoon at tho Center-to- wn have been reading Dear Slr:-- We Industry received further support to- - eltJ.threo p(jr cent of the avcrag0 Jo or a man marked "lobbyist" cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnard and tlay In a resolution Introduced In tho wuoie8alo souinK prlca, which the" holding on his knee a figure marked your statements In the Hartford Mor-stat- e was reared In Ohio County In the LibPublican of the I ockport and ot tne pa- government experts- bellove to bo too I ask you to governor." Sonata by Chalrmnu Borah CREDITORS' NOTICE Uptown game. We wish to state erty community. Many near relallor Committee. high a proportion to go to that ono In tho columns of your paper ' friends, residents or tho commis element. the score In that game was 6 and tives and Mr. Borah suggested tho If you Intended that cartoon as a that County, yet survive. Mv . Notlcs Is hereby given to all parsion be composed of three members, charge that I am a lobbyist governor. 6j 111 iUVUl UL ivuvniutt wish nastate e; to and nothing. We also and that ties who have claims against the esappointed by the President It EXN I :TT F UQU A . ROSINE or that as governor I have beon con- Uockport has been beaten this tate or the late Hannah Jones, to preit recommend tho advisability of nee- trolled by tho lobbyists. If the car-- J that U ---' esslty of nationalizing the Industry, MIa8 Gola nennett und Mr. W. n. tcon was not Intended for this pur- - year Mr. Tom Raynier has purchased sent same to us, properly proven, on The original agreement with tho a lot tn Rnslne and' Is building a or beTore September 1st, 1922, or or or tho Institution ot government FlI(,ua uotn 0f Hartford, wero poso, 1 asK you 10 iiuva wiu Rockpoft Club was for a series dt house on it. they will be torever barred. regulations. quietly married at the home ot tho -, SAM JAMES, In outlining tho Government Pos1- bride. Tuesday evening. July 25th. request is made In seven games, and after playing three Mrs. Jlmmla Pharrls, who has for "Tho above tho JOE JAMES, tlon In the railroad strike, Admlnls- - Uov n E Faua fathor ot the order that there shall bo no doubt games Rockport refuses to finish any some time been very ill, Is slowly ImExocutors, estate ot Hannah Jones; tration bpoliesmon snid It had been bridegroom, performing the marital as to whether you Intended the car- series. Wo can beat Rockport proving. DAY, any PLACE and get a fair deal deceased. Labor ceromony. 4t2 decided that tho Kallroad Mrs. Nolia Lang is very ill. toon referred to to apply to me." with everybody, except THE HARTBoard's authdrlty to determine wages j ThQ ,jr,(Io ,a a ,jaUghter of Mr. went to Mrs. Mary Cummlngs NOTICE. FORD REPUBLICAN. and working conditions for railroad and Mrs D s Bennett, lately gradu-mployCentral City, Friday, on business. OOFF MAPLE. It Is also not truo that "Snilth Hor-tomust bo recognized and up- - ated from tne local ji1b1, school, ot Miss Josephine Thompson, of Ohio Quarterly Court. struck out 12" Morgantown players ield, and that tho attempts to operate quet aisiiosltSon and popular with Is visiting Miss Anna Maurlne Miss Geneva Goff, daughter of Mr. In the Bsaver Dam game Sunday. He Sam Crowe, et al., in spite of tho minors' uiilou j her niany tTcms anrt- associates, mines Alford this week. ' and Mrs. V. W. Goff. was Joined In vs. Notico. strlko must bo continued until It U wj,ii,, tne bridegroom Is a son of Itev. marriage to Mr. T. B. Maple, son of struck out two. Mrs. Custer Havens departed this ' Ohio We can heat any team In Fnqua, Industrious demonstrated that not enough men nml Mrg R Wednesday night, July 19th, and Ex parte. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Maple, at tho Cuonty, or all teams combined, In- life Notice Is hereby given that tho nro willing to work under State and an(1 by present occupation a farmer. was laid to rest In tho Mount PeasIn the Central cluding undersigned petitioners will file thelr-petttl- on the Republican. protection to bring out an ad- - j Wo j0,n tlier frfcrltjs in wishing for homo of tho former. Fedoral ant Cemetery, the following day. Grovo community, whero oach ot tho In the Ohio Quarterly Court Now to bo perfectly frank nnd fair equate tonnnge. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Camp of them success throughout tholr lives. parties rcsldo, July 22nd. Tho Rov. we wlsli . on the tlrst Monday In September, , (as all Republicans should) wns added that tho Admlnlstra- - j were guests ot Mr. It O.icar Ashby performed thoNmarrlngo you would at bast toll tho truth Horse Branch, 1922, being Monday, September Ith, tlon was struggling to deal fairly j MINK BATTLE TOLL NOW and Mrs. Ed Lang Sunday. rites. about theso games, wo llvo In Butlor entangled rights ot all par- 8; CHAUKKD 1JODV FOUND with the Miss Ethel Stogner of near Roslne, 1922, asking said court to entur nn Tho young married people aro County, and try to be fair in a ball ordor requiring Wm. Hatler to reIs very 111 with malaria. ties to tho widespread industrial con- - I move certain gates " erected on his Tho popular In their set and have the game. We pluy with Ohio County Wellsburg, W Va., July 2C troversles, but Intended nbovo all to of premises near his barn across teams, In tho truo spirit, and havo of charred body of tho eighth victim or best wishes ot a largo circle lic WASHINGTON uphold tho majesty and dignity highway leading irom Ro-slsplendid games, and are treatod fair. Government of tho United States. tho Cllftonvllle, W. Va., mlno battle friends. tho to Horse Brunch. Thon comes your paper and falsely Mrs. L. L. Nowcomh and two chilMeanwhile, in the fuel crisis rtsult-- , July 17, was found by workmen re-ISHOWN .reports tho results of these games. Given under our hands this the tho burned GOOD RESULTS dren, Randell Ford and Edna Vivian, tho coal strlko, tho powers moving debris from from IN DAVIESS COUNTY We, of course, do not know whore nre visiting relatlvos and friends In 21st day of Julv, 1922. ot tho Govornmont will be used to saledka ailno tlpplo of tho Richland Boputy Sheriff these roporiB como from but wo do Grayson county. SM CROWE, the diminished current pro-- ; coal Company. distribute Owonsboro, Ky., July 2G Good re- ask for tho truth and ballove we aio, IRA JONES. Misses Edyth Tlnsley nnd Violet tluctlon of coal In nccordauco with tho John McManus announced last ulght. ports continue to come from dlHor-o- at loast entitled to that. LESLIE EMBRY, otal. e Allen, of thh neighborhood, spont demands of public welfare, and to Yours truly, a districts or this county In regard OUTING Saturday night with Miss Allen's prevent tho taking ot extortionate ll.VJOYABLK BASEBALL CLUB. sl&ter, Mrs. Estls Hudson and Mr. MORGANTOWN FARM LOANS AT PKTUIt'S CAVE to tho dark tobacco pool. profits. So rur seventeen districts, or tho By Agreemeut ot all tplayers. Hudson, of Beda. President Hurdlng waa ropresont-c- d have been worked and Wo aro In a position to promptly Wa received the foregoing article On Snturday afternoon, lnBt. Misses ninoy-clgMiss Versla Newcomh Is spending as unwilling to anticipate In ad- por cent or tho tho inttor part of last week, and print tbu wook with her rather, Mr. L. L. procure loans on desirable fanny vanco what course might bo taken Novia Ross. Mildred Brown, Martha. 70 per cent to 99 signed to sunm as recolved, presuming that It Nowcomb, or this placo. lands, situated In Daviess and adshould tho coal output fall to ho aug-- , Southard, Louisa Brown. Audrey acrcago In theso haa been joining counties, on 40 years tlmo tonnago, but . Rhoades and Cnrrlo Southard, and tho pool. At no placo has tho per- vas meant for publication. Thora aro nieutfd to tho required centage rallon below 70 por cent. NOTICE. spots therein In which tha Republiwith liberal prepayment privileges. for the prosent week at least, It was Messrs. Marvin Ross, It. P. Brown, Somo of the chairmen will hold can is rather hard hit, and falsely acof Raymond Brown and Carl Brown, all Loans under governInterest stated, he would withhold creation Ilev. B, F. Jenkins of Owensboro, ment supervision. suggested Federal coal commis of Beaver Dam, went to the Peter's thor contracts until the intensive cused, but wo will, In all probability tho L. P. TANNER, drive Is made the. latter part ot this live over It. To Btart out with, wo will preach at Green River Baptist Cavo on a picnic. Everyone reportsion. 116i W. 2nd. St., Owonsboro. ed n delightful tlmo. Mlsu Rhoades month, and make tholr reports In full have never by act or word wished to church near Cromwell, the 5th SunYield Seniority Right Mny Is thought, how glvo other than true reports, as to day In this month, at 11 o'clock. For loans In Ohio county see Judge While tho Railroad Labor Board nmj Ww Rosa spent Saturday night at that time. It ever, that heween 700 and 800 acios results of games played In Ohto CounAll are invited to bo present and Jno. B. Wilson. Hartford, Ky. St3 uphold In Its endeavors to and Sunday with Miss Southard. would be woro Hlgued ho pust week for tho ty, or elsewhere, for tho matter of hear him, especially all the old doo-pl- o. It deal with tho striking crattsmon. Judgo W. H. Barnes and son, J. pool. Jeaaa Smith, who recently completLot's make this a "Home Comthat, wa Intimated In official circles thai Wo havo never spoken derogatory ing" as Brother Jenkins preached ed a four yoar'd enlistment servlco-lsonlnrlty rights aionn, city, returned Tuesday from Chairman William Haycratt and the .u tim concession of local committee are much encouraged of tho Morgantown team, collectively tor this old church many years dursorvlcol a 10 days' motor trip to Washingtho U. S. Navy, ro turned Thursto strikers who havo left day ot last week to the home ot his Qua or tho games ing his earlier ministry. Cornel worK, ton, I). C, whore tho former had le- with tha fruits ot their labors so tar, or Individually. would result In their return to Held Mr fMinrlla Clin It ti ami Mm BIRCH SHIELDS. ought to gal business with 0110 ot tho Federal as a largo acreage has already boen complained or, the Rockport gamo, tho railroad managements pooled. was r ported to us by the mauagor Pwtor. J Smith, ot Routo 3. Board, too, It ' departments. Tha .yield tho point discoveieb Rockport-Morgan-tow- ! al n, p, , wt es' I In-ol- I aftor-dllllge- mada-amongs- g lan-ma- 1 ' ... ... "-- - ' I j , ........ .... or nnw ut J for-many j , -- -- uu" cs n, j tha-pub- , no ng I -- nt ht , C. 11 SELESIAN INDUSTRIES PRODUCE UNEASINESS ttcrjiinns Anil Poles At Odds Concern-Ins Trade Prospect. Herlln, July 22. Willi tho conclusion of the negotiations donllng with the Hiirrender to Poland of aonnnny'? richest Industrial possessions In Upper Silesia, the export inarkota of that roglon pas Into a new phnise. It Is too early to say whether this will be to th j ndvanngo or of tho country. Some time must elapse before It becomes clear how well the cement of a fltton-yca- r econoflc unity will hold toguher the gp torn open by tho Versailles dlsad-vantngf Cal., July 2: Sacramento, Schools on wheols are a success. To nifot "the growing problem of tho child without a permanent home thu California Legislature a year ago passed tho migratory school law In order to tako education to thoie whos:. homes shifted so frequently thsy were unable to attend regular schools. Already Juvenllo delinquency and tht- - growth of lawless tendencies thru lack ut proper training have been treaty. greatly decreased In California by lint one thing is already certain the educational opportunities offered and that is tho necosslty of speaking to more than 1,000 formerly neglectand thinking in terms' of sharply ed children under the provisions of Polish and German Industries. the law, according to a report to The largest Gorman Industrial Governor W. D. Stephens by Geor-glanworks In Pollsh-SllesI- a are tho C. Carden, state supervisor Works and tho Knttowltz of schol attendance. Works, both of which will continue Approximately 200 children of mn to bo operated by their original Surgeons agros that in cases of igratory families have hoen instructthat rltuatPd on Gorman soil and therefore not affected by the Cuts, Hums, llrulscs and Wounds tho ed under th direct supervision "of Goneva decision will bo incorporat-v- d first troatmont Is most Important. the State Department of Education In in the Oehrlngen Limited In Olcl-wlt- 2 When an efficient antiseptic Is ap- the last year. Miss Carden said, and plied promptly, there Is no dang?r of more than 1,000 others have been ts and the same Is true of tho Infection and the wound begins to to educational training by exconcern. There are others of tho large In- heal at once. For use on man or acting administration of the new stadustrial concerns which will try to beast, Uorozono Is tho Ideal Antisep- tute In every county of California. The report pointed out the work of form new ties on tlio Gorman side of tic and Healing Agent. Buy It now the line and thus prov a formidable and bo ready for an. emergency. educating children of migratory famPrlco 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by Th ilies Is rapidly passing the stag of competition for tho Polish Industry. m experimentation Already there are signs of uncasi-nei- ! Ohio County Drug Co. and that literally "Big Cheap" f, among the Polish Industrials, thousands will be given assistance MONACO year. among other voices hoard on til subduring the next is Calumet combined "Because of the climatic conditions ject being that of a Polish magnate offered LOOK OUT. Official designation or name, "In- and excellent transportation facilities estabniio says that the Iron mines of Upper Silesia hadl outstanding orders dependent Principality of Monaco." in California," said Miss Carden, "we lishes covering a period of four months, Form of government, constitutional have had for some years a growing monarchy. Claims to bo smallest migratory population, a class of agmost of these orders being from Geris sovereign, .state in world. Constitumany. ricultural workers who claim resition provid.s for a national council dency In no certain communities and QualWhen, however, as a result of the definite flaxatlon of tho boundaries, elected by universal male and fe- for whose children no particular lospoonYou save when you buy it,,j Lack of eduno further orders come In from Ger- male suffrage. Government is car- cality Is responsible. ried out under authority of reigning cation In Just such cases as these many, thsn the iron industry of GorBEST BY TEST You save when you use man Silesia, which boasts of the most prince by a ministry assisted by a gives pread to delinquency, I. W. W.- modern equipment, w.'ll constitute a council of the state. Legislative 1m and lawless tendencies of every power Is exercised by the prince and variety. The new state law provides formidable menace. Today, In view of tho low stand of the national council. Latter con- educational opportunities for minors the mark, and the Increase of wages sists of 21 members elected for four in these migratory families, for It is lng a years. Principally- - 'igs Its own ro'n-ag- a fish than to be m.ijur of tho knock rs aren't so particular. n hi Upper Silesia, tho Polish Iron infact that the child who stamps and flag. Religion. Ro- can not say 'my school' and 'in of th town. dustry Is still able to maintain Itself THOUGHTS A friend Is man Catholic. Present ruler, Prince town later has difficulty in saying Atlanta Constitution In competition with that of Gernian-KppForbes Magazine The two pillars ono who knows how worthies you For Tins Week Louis. Area, eight square miles. 'my country.' " . Silesia. of every wholesome nation must be are and doesn't give a darn. Bible ThooehU meniorllcd. will prora Tho last act of the Upper Sllesian Population (1922) 24.000. Capital, vnnMw ocniasa in Bile? ycaro. tho heart and the hearth. tragedy played in Geneva at least Monaco; resident population (1922) In every homo where there is a Harrisburg Patriot Cheor up. 3000. National languag?, French. brought certainty to the country, but Albany Journal When Europe Only ono person in every 300,000 Is Imports or exports to speak baby thero should also be a bottle pf jot to the economic-lif- e, desplta- the Has no McGee's Raby Elixir. It may be needTHE OMNISCIENT GUIDE: The has learned that she cannot depend struck by lightning. auspiciously opening of trado with of. Is famous for Its gambling place ed at any time to correct sour stom- steps of a good man aro ordered by upon Undo Sam to do for her what affords its Russia. The condition in tho coal at Monte Carlo which she ought to do for bcrsolf.ahe will chief revenue. Natives are now al- ach, wind colic, dlarrohea or summer the Lord. Psalms 37:23. Columbia Record The problem of market will exert a strong influence complaint. It fs a wholesome reme HOW TO GET ON: Ask. and It havo learned a valuable lesson. Europe is to rescue Germany from apon the Upper Sllesian Iron Indus- lowed at gaming tables. General dy, contains no opium, morphine or shall be given you; seek, and ye shall her marks and Russia from her Marx. try. Should' tho coal shortage con- cllmatP, very mild. Chief physical injurious drug of any kind. Price be given you; seek, and ye shall find. Ohio State Journal We might tinue in the same degree as at pres- characteristics, municipality occupies 35c and 60c per Bottle. Sold by Ohio Matthew 7:7. In our frank and truthful way Syracuse Pershing ent, it would be futilo to expect In summit of rocky but sheltered head- County Drug Co. m HOW TO GAIN ALIr Seek ye. to the aspiring Filipinos that even as did not say "Lafayetto, wo aru here!' no official diplomatic land. Has production. creased first the kingdom of. Cod and his smart people as we are can't govern Whittlesey did not tell tho Germani, representation in this country. Tho ROAD OFFICIALS CONSIDER righteousness; and all these things ourselves very well yet. "Go to noil!" Sherman did not say, When you feol lazy, out of sorts Pathfinder. LINKING VI' STATE SYSTEMS shall be added unto you. Matt. 6:33. "War Ih hell!" As f.ir ns wo know, and yawn a good deal In tho daytime, HOW TO OVERCOME EVIL: Be Texarkanlan However, the back Lincoln wrote his Gettysburg address. Colic and Diarrhoea you can charge It to a torpid liver A meeting of New England State kindly affectioned one to another fence is still a prominent Remedy. broadcastwhich has allowed.tho system to get highway officials and enginesrs of with- brotherly love; In homYr Pre- ing station. Washington Star One way to This medicino always wins full of Impurities. cures Herbine of Public Roads of the ferring .one another; rccompiMMC K waste midnight oil Is to buna it for opinion if not tho praise of tho Bureau ill disorders produced by an inactive United States Department of Agri- no man evil for evil. Provide things Columbia MIssotirlan While op- tho purpose of studying a wildcat nil organ, thoso who uso it. Try it when you' liver. It strengthens that culture, on Juno 20, marks an Im- honest in the sight of all men. Be not portunity knocks only once, the rest prospectus. have need of such a remedy. m cleanses tho bowels and puts tho sys portant point in tlio development of ovorroiiip of but overcome evil tem in good healthy condition. Price highways in this country. Tills Is with good. Romans 12: 10. 17, 21. HON'T MKK RUSSIA 60c. Sold by Ohio County Drug GIVING AND GETTING- the first meeting ever held between Give, Company. m officials empowursd to act. for tho and it shall b jjr'cn unto you; good -Two Russian stowaways, Anny T purpose of laying out n bystem of measure, presiid 4lowit, and shaken PKREKTIUAMKM AS A PINK ART VIvdenko and Eugenia Uonar, who highways to .serve-aera larger than together, tmil running over, shu'l country on the steamship reached this a single State, It fs the first of a se men give lto your bosom, fur with Manltowac wtre ordered deported to exerWalking, that health-givin- g ries of similar meetings which will the same measure that ye meto with cise, is almost a lost art in this age Russia. The women said they were be held between the Federal officials al it shall bu measured to you again. opera stars and that they would comof bicycles, motorcycles, nutos, Luke 0: 38. and highway authorities of various Subscribe For Your Home Paper electric cars, elevators, "mov- mit suicide rather than return to groups of States, the object of which FRUITAGE OF SECRET PRAYER ing stairways, " etc. Even the children Russia. Dishonor, torture nud Im- will be tho solution of the problem Rut thou, when thou prayest, enter City peo- prisonment will be their lot, they say. for the whole country. hnv their "scooters." , Into thy and ul.on thou bust If thsy aro deported. ple, especially, live such an automoThis progressive step, long wished shut thy door, pray- to thy Father . tive lifo that Homo day their descendfor by all users of the highways, can which Is In secret, and thy Fath r ants may be born in a sitting posi- Summer Complaint Quickly Relieved bo attributed to the requirements which saeth in secret shall reward tion to stay that way the rest of tholr legislation. It is re- theo openly. For your Father know-et- h "About two years ago when suf- of Federal-ai- d liVcS. quired that all Federal aid bo spmt what things ye have need of, befering from a sevoro attack of -- ANDStill, some people like to walk in complaint, I took Chamborlaln's on a connected system of highways fore yo ask him. Matt. Cr 6, 8V tpito'of so many ways to get mound ds oC GUARD YOUR. THOUGHTS:- - Fidesigned to serve with a minimum of effort, and some Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and it country. things Tentative systems nally, brethren, whatsoever of t Ii tm get to bo protty good at it, relieved me almost Instantly," writes lmvo been submitted by nil e::cept are true, whatsoever things are honMrs. Honry Jewett, Clark Mills. N. Y. Tho average person thinks tha loo. things aro Just, eight States, and now tho series of est, whatsoever a walk of a mile or wo a day lis doing This Is an excellent remedy for colic. meetings Is being held to connect and whatsotver things uru pure, whatsoand diarrhoea and should be kept at fin, and mot! unyonu will brag of hand by evory family. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. ,, -w m coordinate the proposed State sys- ever things are lovely, whaUnover . IOOjiiiIIo nib 20, 30 50 or things are of good report; If thero be tems. "hike." Un,t such distances are any virtue, and If thero be. any praise, The Bureau of Public Roads to the real walkers to push this work as rapidly as think on these things. Phlllpplnans HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS the champions of tho sport who possible, so as to lay before the peo- 4:8. would rogard Mich "hikes" us mero ple tho plans- for what will be by far WEN YOU HEAMS A MArf stops along tho way. NHWSPAPHII VIEWS tho greatest highway system In tho In 1SU1 Edward P. Wiettin of Wnshlngton Post Prosperity will TALKIM' BOUT DE GOOT prosiwit only roads cer world. At R. I., attracted attention as tain to be on tho systom are being come when men watch their work In BOOK EonE FAILED. p dostrlan by walking from Boston a approved for construction with Fed- stead of watching tho clock work. to Washington to attend the firtit InHITS A SHC SIGN 1E eral aid; in May more than 20 miles A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comauguration of Lincoln. Up until then Kansas City Times Somehow wo of completed road was added to tho DEBIL AIM' FAILED plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. he hud been In the nnwspupor bust-ne- t, couldn't help noticing that when Lo- system on oach working day, It is NONE wit but walking suddenly struck State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenestimated that the sysUin will com- niiio needed a doctor ho didn't pick his fancy and ho forsook Journalism one that learned doctoring In a prise 180,000 miles or highway. tucky. 1 he Herald's local service gives all the news for- iicduHtiiunUiii. After covering i school. of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Mar.160,000 mlls on foot, Weston claim-- 1 ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaChicago Trlbutio Gov. James M. ed thu world record umLhuld It for FOR FLETCHFR'S many years. ble authorities on these special subjects. Cox of Ohio sailed for Europe after In 1SU7 K. F. Lainbreth of Fort giving out an Interview flaying PresDoes it mean anything to you to be supplied O-- ft Worth, Tox.. came to tho conclusion Harding's ident with administration. WROTE I'OMCE FOR ItUSIIANI) Didn't ho vim against Harding two that h was Just as good it walker fhi ter?sts eveiy member of yfiirs ago, or do something polltlcnl? as unyonu and that ho could beat it is the Louisville Weston's, record. He talked tho mat-to- r want in addition to your local paper. Herald you When Polico Chief Smith, of Sun-bur- Tho namo sounds familiar. over with soveral walking Pa went on record as favoring Sunday Hera'Id add $250 to and finally signed u con- -' tpounlng in public parks, and moro St. Paul Pioneer Pross. Tho moro you?rcmittancie8ir0 marriages, Miss Frances Cttiupboll, of red blooded of us aro on the lookout tract by which ha would receive j Washington, wrote tho chief: "You for the standard bearer ?l!5,000 If lie broke tho world's reto he tho Order your subscription through pioneer In tho "man movement" In Boom to have un oversupply of huscord. Since then Lambreth has been bands up there. If they haven't all this country. THE REPUBLICAN, given out, would you mind sending walking ulmost constantly und has Hartford, Ky. American Greeting A mn would covered a total of 2;0,000 milos. Ho niB one." Later she said It was only Cwnr.ghl, 19211), McOui Nttp Syndic! ratUor walk down the street carry- a joku. bats alroady reelvi?d $130,000 of the I Am-erica d. lo agrrf upon. By July 1921 he expects hi rettre. Lambreth sa ho hai walked over 4! per cent of gaugo railroad ai tli' Ainiulnrd trnnks In tho world and lias covered about 52 par cent of all the earth's highways. Three times ha has circled the globe on foot, and mora than half of his walking has ben in foreign lands. In South America he hns "hoofed It" 2r(n00 mlle; and In Central and Moxlco he 1km put 10,000 mil s behind hlui. In Canada and Alaska, Shank's mnra carried him Id, 000 mile, and In Europe ami Alia bo covered 75,000 tulles. As proofs of tho places thru which li'i has passod ho obtains statements from nnyors and other public officials. He has received enormous quantities of autographed letters from governors, railroad presidents, civil and military authorities etc., einli of which dcclaros that on such- h a date the rambling pedestrian passed this or that way, on foot, bound for a certain point. The Pathfinder. .111101111 and-suc- MIGRATORY SCHOOL LAW SUCCESSFUL Juvenile l)ellniiicury Ileducril Uciksure, Says Report Of .State Supervisor. 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J'rodtioc-- I "If you call a priest or a doctor Miijarlfy fif "KurkrrH" I'll Jump out of tho window," he Ktutcmcnt of Scotsaid. "I nm nfrnld to llvo so I've got land Yitnl. f to die. "1'vo fixed up idy wounds eo as Rochester, N. Y., Ju'y 22. Charles London, July 22. "Every day a not to munB up the bed." John.ion, a farmer, living south of "sucker" Id born, nnd the rnnjorlty of prisWalsh escaped from Trenton them nrc raided In the United States,' on early In 1917 to fight for th land Clyde, caught u rattlesnake ,' and declares Scotland Ynrd. ho loved. He was rtlll a fugitive hoiiRed It In, a box. He had planned Their opinion Is based on the fact from that prison and wag wnnted, to bring tho snnke to Rochester and that every dny and almost nil day according to police here, for eevernl turn It over to Pete Gruber, betUT Ihey nrc deluged with complaints by Jobs In Europe whero he had served known as "Rattlesnako Pete." y rogues, several terms. A rat of enormous srzo ventured Americans of swindling one of Johnson's steel traps. tricksters and confidence men, with After escaping from the Trenton Into d hoary for- prison, Walsh Joined the army. Al- The roden was so large that he could all thlr old mulae. though CO year old at that time, he not enter tho trap. Tho springs held Here Is one of the latest Instances. parsed for 35. Because of IiIr prehim by his front legs. Rut Fights Snake Two Americans entered Into conver- vious knowledge of flying he had obAstonished at the size of tho rat, sation with another tourist at St. tained a post In the nlr service. He 1'aul's Cathedral, nnd pomehow the served as an Instructor several Farmer Johnson thought a little sport would be appreciated'. Invituamu tourist met them coming out months. of their hotel next morning nnd Walsh was known for his daring ing several farmer friends, Johnson gostcd that they should go with him and gameness when In a tight place. managed to drop the rat Into a poto Ret tickets to view the mint and Ths latter characteristic was further tato pit nnd then shook the box holdcome and see It. One of them went evidenced by his refusal of medical ing tho rattler over It. The- snake to the Hrltlsh Museum, and the oth- treatmont, posslbly.for fear ho would soon fell Into the pit and colled up In a corner. It was expected that the er went with the tourlt. have to Inform on his comradeE. The result of that morning's work Wnlsh is believed to have died as snake would make short work of the was that the latter m relieved of result of a gun fight with Arthur rat. over a thousand dollars. For n few minutes nothing hapLowe, a patrolman. Trails of blood was thft old trick. A "stranger" tlint led from ithe scene of tho fight pened, both snake and rat taking opIt In front of them dropped a bulky enIndicated that his assailant had been posite corners and eyeing each other Suddenly tho snake very carefully. velope. Tim American picked. It up. shot. " And the grateful "stranger" entered Walsh's last words.were "The end began an attack. With lightning Ho explanled tint It near, thank Cod." swiftness It shot out Its head, caught Into convfrsatlon. h had JGOO.000 to give away in the rat unaware and sank Its fangs Loss of Arp'tllo. In tho animal's nose. Tho rat squealed charity, and the man who had Jut with pain and rage and actually tore Havcd the buiK onvolopo, containing rulo there Is nothing Itself loose In a desperate struggle In As a goa-ra- l valuables, was obviously the man to 0 erlous nbout a loss of appetite, and which both rat and rattler rolled oVer be entrusted with giving away American charltUs, for which If you skip a meal or only eat two the floor of the pit. to Rodent Chokes Reptile. ho would receive TT.00 for his trou- meals n day for a few days you wHl soon have a relish for your meals Next the rat sprang at the snake. ble. 5 when in As the snako squirmed tho rat meal time comes. Bear Thereupon the American drew. an American bank to show mind that at least five hours should leaped Into the air and caught tho from that he wns a man of substance. Thy always elapse between meals so as snake back of Its head, tearing the then wont to a hotel and had some to give the food amplo time to digest flesh and Inflicting a deep wound drinks. And then each In turn show- and the stomach a period of rest be- with its teeth. The energy of the ed his trust'W giving valuables to the fore a fecond meal Is taken. Then If rat's attack apparently puzzled the original distributor, who went out for you eat no more than you crave and snake, which was bltt?n time and take a reasonable amount of outdoor again. Finally the rat secured a ten minutes. In the Amerjcan's case the origi- exercise every day you will not need firm hold on the snake directly under nal trickster found an excuse to go to worry about your appetite. When its head and hung on until the" serthe loss of appetlto Is caused by con- pent was fairly choked to death. out also. And neither came back. this ordinary tricksters stipation as Is often the case, that The farmers covered the pit with With would hav been content. Hut not should be corrected at once. A dose cordwood and left rat and dead snake They went at of Chamberlain's Tablets will do overnight. The rat was found to be so these chevaliers. m allvo and active in the morning. once to the British Museum, collect- It. ' Much surprise was expressed that the ed the other American and by the rat was alive, as It was believed the samo trick took $400 awiy from him. CULBERSON LOSES anake's poison would have ended the Last wek another American vls- IN TEXAS PRIMARY rat's life In the night. Johnson de1tor waR swindled by the same ancient cided that tho rat had earned a right Btory of ?l,CO0 and a diamond ring. to livo. Accordingly the rodent was The biggest coup o! this season enticed into a box containing a quanwas when the confidence men reDallas. Tex.. July 24. With 350,000 votes counted tity of dry bread and cheese. From lieved an American or $5,000 In less than 3!i hour. As It happened, the out of a prospective total of from tho farm It was carried to the Monteivollce could have secured the thieves 600,000 to 700,000 in the State in zuma swamp, a mile away, and given its liberty. If only tho victim had remained to Saturday's Demooralc primary, It appdvc tvldence against them. But ho peared certain today that United If you feel "blue," "No account," was In n hurry to return home and States Senator Charles A. Culberlazy, you need a good cleaning out. son has been dofeated for the nominarefused to wait. tion to succeed himself and that the Herbino is the right thing for that Doing hard work In a bent or second primary on August 20 will see purpose. It stimulates the liver, stooping position puts a Btltch In the Ku Klux Klan forces fighting It out tones up the stomach and purifies the If th. muscles with their opponents. bowels. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio back that Is painful. m Earl B. Mayfleld, present State County Drug Co. .have beeomo strained, you can't get rid of it without help. The great Railroad Commissioner, Is leading penetrating power of Ballard's Snow former Gov. Jamea E. Ferguson by Sjjftmimiiiiiiiimgignffl gSfffi' Liniment will appeal to you most nearly 25,000 votes, while Culberson QUESTIONS atrongly at such times, because It is Is nearly 35,000 bshlnd Mayfleld. and Bible Answers tho very thine you need. Prico ?5c, Thore was expectation today thit lt:l r If Parents will cnonurmire children to look Dtv COc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by The complete returns will materially and memorize inauiuie nniwrci, it win prove m change a pricele ncntaga 10 inem in uter yemrt. Ohio County Drug Co. the relative positions of tho --- three leaders. I MUST HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGES "Bob" Henry has IMPORTED SINCE HHFORE- WAR been eliminated from the race and Is What did Jesus say about the worunning last, Calrence Ousley, As- man who annolnted his head with Importations of Hungarian part- sistant Secretary of Agriculture, In precious ointment? Matt. 26:C-1ridges have been resumed this spring tho Wilson administration, Is not far To whom and for what sum did Tor tho first time since before the ahead of Henry, while. Cullen F. Judas sell his Lord and Mnster? "World War, reports tho biological Thomas appears to be the runnerup Matt.' 20:14-1"Survey of tho United States Depart- to Culb'erson. How did Judas deliver Jesus Into ment of Agriculture. Two shipments Henry was, through his own an- tho hands of the chief priests? have entered at tho port of New York nouncement, a Klan candidate, but in Matt. 2G:47-5one of more than 1,000 birds for the closing days of his campaign What did Judas do with tho money tho game commission of Montana, charged a plot to throw Klan sup- which ho received for betraying his and the other, of 200 birds, for New port to Mayfleld. Lord, and what was the end of York. Recent reports show that the Ferguson, who was once impeachMatt. 27:3-Hungarian paftrldga has become well ed as Governor, has staged n strong Matt. How was Jesus crucified? established In certain parts of the com shack on his 'light wine and beer' 27: 26-3Northwest, and that It is fairly abun- and labor platform,. Ferguson attackWhore and by whom was the body dant In several counties In eastern ed the klan In the latter days of the of Jesus burled? Matt. 27:57-6Washington. For ssveral years prior campaign. After the burial of Jesus what did to tho war largs numbers of these Gov. Pat M .Neff has apparently the chief priests and Pharisees say birds wero Imported, but later the securod a safe raajorly over bis op- to Pilate, and what answer did he shipments diminished on account of ponents, Fred S. Rogers, Harry T. give them? Matt. 27:63-6high prices and tho lack of success Warner and W. King, and probably How did tho chief priests make la establishing tho birds in many will be nominated In the first prima- sure tho Sepulchre In which the body places whero they wero liberated. ry. of Jesus was placed? Matt. 27:66. . Thomas L. Blanton has been reFORMER TREASURER SevenIn every homo where there Is a nominated for Congress In the OF KENTUCKY DIES also bo a bottle of teenth District. taby thero should may be One woman candidate, Mrs. Edith It McCEE'S BABY ELIXIR. Paducah., Ky., Jully 24. MaJ. H. a seat In tho needed at any time to correct sour Wllmana, Is sur of or State Legislature. There wero six S. Hale, a prominent business roan of stomach, wind colic, diarrhoea honMayfleld and at one time State Trea-sursummer complaint. It la a whole-Bom- o other women aspirants to State of Kentucky, (Ued .at his home opium, ors, pone of whom, however, appears no remedy, contains early today, after a long Illness. He Injurious drug of any to ba In the running. morphine or was 86 years old. kind. Price 35c and COc per bottle. Major Halo served In General ForSummer Complaint in Children. m County Drug Co. Sold by Ohio est's cavalry In the War Between the m Thero Is not anything like bo many States, and at tho close of the war WAR FLIER DEAD, bewas elected Shorlff of Graves County, INTERNATIONAL CKOOK deaths from this disease now ns fore Chamberlain's Colic and Diar serving two terms. Ho had been Scorning rhoea Remedy came into such gen- - Identified with tho business and civic Now York, July 22. When this medicaid because ho aws afraid to oral use. castor oil asremedy Is giv- life of Mayfleld forofhalt a century, directed and and was president tho First Narefusing a priest's last sacra- en with live, to diet, It is tional Bank for a number of years, ments because ho craved to dio, John proper care Is taken as out having retired several years ago besay that fully nlnoty-nln- o Walsh, 05, world war veteran, In- safo to mystery of every hundred cases recover. Mr. cause of falling health. ternational crook and man of Q. Campbell of Butler, Tonn., His" sons, Nat and Theodore Halo, Is dead tonight, thus ending n search W. says "I have used Chamberlain's Col. are cashier and assistant cashier of po-llwhich for five years baffled the lo and Diarrhoea Remedy for sum the bank. Lindsay Hale, a son, is of two continents. mer complaint In children. It Is far postmaster of Mayfleld. During the Known as "Liverpool Jack," 'Ward' .ntr. , nmi 'Wnldron'. Walsh, suf- - ahead of anything I have ever used Ruckner administration Major Hale m was appointed State Treasurer to fill foring from five bullet wounds which J tor this purpose." time-honore- Rodent nnd Reptile lliittln In While Farmers Look On, Victor Fnctl. I'll an unexpired term and later served I ns Treasurer tinder tho John Young' Brown administration. Tho futferal will be held Tuesday, l " H MISS ROBERTSON Children Cry for Fletcher's 52S333S5335SSSSSSSSSSSS$$SSN$$SSN3533SCT7Z FOR At Cometa, Okln., Miss Alice M. enngrosswomnn Robertson, from Oklahomn, stood on tho site where (he first missionary school In the old Indian country was established, and opened her campaign for the Republican renomlnntlon. 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The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper REDS TO RESTORE PRIVATE OWNERSHIP RIGHTS, REPORT London, July 24. The Soviet Government has announced that it will restore private ownership rights, according to a bulletin reclved today by the Exchange Telegraph Company from Russia byway of Berlin. LARGE INCREASE SHOWN IN ALCOHOLIC DEATHS New .York, July 24. An increase nearly 89 per cent In alcoholic deaths this year over those of 1920 and 27 per cent over 1921 has been reported by the Chief Medical Examiner fqr New York. The report shows that eighty person died from alcoholism in the first six months of this year. These Include only vic tims who died without medical at- -. Dr. Medical Examiner tentlon. Charles Norris said many others probably died from alcoholism who were attended by private physicians. of prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- j iffi By special arrancements we arc now able to offer COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY 3. AND 6. ' .MOTHER'S SKIRTS THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by mail, for only $2,75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date trom expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tl3 Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. 6, Ju-d'a- s? When I was Just a little lad And had my feelings hurt, I used to hide my wounded prldo Behind my mother's skirts. But now the little boys and girls Aro-u- 5. p against it right, 8. The skirts today are such that they Don't hide tho mother quite. ' Capper's Weekly. ( 0. "WICKED DANCE TABOOED 6. The Baysldo Yacht club of "New York Issued an ultimatum to its mem bers that any flapper caught dancing the "Lorraine," Broadway's! latest dance contortion, would be ducked 'in the bay. RUSSIAN LETTER LADEN WITH NUMEROUS STAMPS Akron, 0., July 22. A letter, containing 391,000 rubles' worth of stamps, has Just been received from Russia by Jacob Umansky, of this-cityBefore tho World War thess stamps would, normally, have cost about $195,000 or a little more than fifty cents each. Tho 391,000 rubles' worth of stamps today are valued at about thirty-fiv- e cents. IRISH IRREGULARS AGAIN DEFEATED ItotrcaUnt; Into Mountains, aro Hard l'roMed by Iteculars. Dublin, July 24. National Army troops havo gained a fresh victory in er co County Mayo, from tho Republican irregulars, it waa announced today. The- freo, state triumph In tho capture of Limerick was swiftly followed by successes In the surrounding district. A number of minor positions In this area have been added to tho list m of free state victories, according to today's official bulletin. It la known that at least fifteen of the national FOR FLETCHER'S troops were killed in the Limerick wounded. I fighting and elghty-sove- n It Is generally believed at least The best way to keep a friendship thirty of the irregulars lost their lives. is to return It. London, July 24. Unconfirmed More than half the states have a received In London todaysald county named in honor of tho Irish irregular forces wsro re treating with all speed Into the Gal-- J . - Vest Ireland by capturing Dallyhau-nl- s. teo and Knockmaldown mountains, harassed by freo state troops, who a e pressing them hard and preventing them from concentrating for resistance. A Waterford dlepatch to tha Dally Express says the Irregulars have burned the barracks at Clonmei and Tlpperary which had long been held as garrisons and It is believed the na tional army forces- have occupied both these places. This, however, Is nof claimed In any official report. The Express corrtspondent says it Is believed tho pressure being exerted, by the national troops upon both flanks of the Republicans will com-P- ?I them to make a stand, perhap their last, in these mountains. - Children Ory IILIXI) GIRL HONOR GRARUATK Miss Catherine Uurke of Chicago, who specialized in history and romance languages, recently graduated at Darnard University, New York, with honor?. She took her class notea by making perforations with a stylus on notepapcr held flrioly In v. steel frame. OA3TOR A V ..rlt ,The doing evangelistic work for the Church of God, came home Monday. Mr. E. B. Dugglns was in Horse Pnbtlflhcd Weekly by Branch Tuesday. ARTTORD PRINTING COMPANY the Abundant rain has given the Incorporated farmers of this neighborhood best prospect for corn and tobacco crops they have had for soveral sea W. S. TINSLBY, Editor sons. , and Bnslncm Manager. Mr. Oscar Prior visited relatives Entered according to law at the in Spring Lick, last week. The Church of God's pcoplo are Peatofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wail (utter of the second class. building n Tabernacle, one mllo west of town, where they avIH begin a se Address all communications to ries of meetings soon. (The Ilartford Republican. Mr. Lewis Martin, who is. employed in the Railway Mall Service, spent Saturday with his family hero. NOTICE IO SUBSCRIBERS Mr. Frank and Joe St. Clair, of Bubscrlbers desiring the paper sent t were In town Sunday, new hddress must give the old In making the request. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Daniel of DunEasiness Locals and Notices 10c dee, spent Saturday and Sunday with line, and 8c per llje for each Mrs. Daniel's mother, Mrs. Dee Cook- insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards sey, or this place. at Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Stone, of acn head line and slgnautre, money Fordsvllle, spent Sunday with their Ik advance. Church Notices for services free, parents, In this city. Jrat other advertisements, lc per Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith, of Garirord. field, and Mr. L. J. Renn, of LouisAnonymous communications will ville, who havo been visiting the receive no attention. family of A. W. May, returned to their homes Tuesday. TELEPHONE Mr. and Mrs. Everett Daniel left C9 Farmers Mutual Tuesday of Ilsley, Ky., where Mr. Daniel has secured employment. PJllDAY,. IIH'PIC .JULY 28 Mr. Cecil Acton and Ernest Young went to Beaver Dam Monday, ' Charles A. Culberson, present to work for tho Taylor Coal Co. Mrs. Frank St. Clair and children, member of the V. S. Senate faljed in the recent Democratic primary in of McHenry, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Texas to secure the required number Floyd Payton, this week. Mr. Archie Mitchell, of McHenry, votes .to be that party's candidate was in town Monday. . Ous-leEucceed himself. Clarence to 4 who wag assistant secretary of agriculture In the Wilson Adminis BEADS ODDLY STRUNG tration was one of the "also rans." (By I. D. Claire.) Js the defeat of these two, likewise a black eye to the Harding, adminiReturning sanity in womens' dress stration? i Is finally In evidence. It begins at 6i the heel, but maybo it will extend As may be seen, by notice else- upward to meet a descending skirt. where in this issue, rf temporary or- Banlzation of the Dark Tobacco Standing at the guard rail of the Growers Cooperative Association has Fountaine Ferry swimming poo been made in and for. Ohio County. late yesterday afternoon and looking Bteps were made enrly this week down at the whirling, swirling and to put the Saplro Poclillg plan Oil seductively attired mertrialdg It ocIts feet in this section. 'The time for to me that if "Uncle" Joe curred execution of contracts, while short, Robertson could only witness this deamply sufficient for all purposes. is lectable spectacle his cup of 'joy interference, would he full. (If "Uncle" Joe Is Without providential Ohio County Farmers should have a dead or has joined the Holy Rollers it1avii1M 1"1"""1 mi1ttv nt tlin una1 tlita tho ortHnr will c?pWp this mrnitlnn.l l""'"' " - .s It"vvu ii' "v v""v ' seems ,"5 jear and the acreage, iJThe Hartford Republican ;jbP Ui&&r&4&t& ttMMBIlCW Why We Handle w $. ,4 tag m& y, Br al and Recommend m Crown Gasoline And Other Standard Oil Products ., y, ' -- '- A friend remarked to me tho other day that he read these paragraphs regularly and flt disappointed when they did not appear, and just when I was beginning to swell up he continued: "They, like the Times' "Mills like manner, to become a member of Point to Big Sandy" column, once In asthe association. This kind of an a long while have a really clever sociation has the approval of the comment, and I am always afraid I'll Government and there Is no trouble miss it when It does appear." in financing this sort of an organizauntion. The Inability to finance orBuddy McPheag told me the other ganizations of the tobacco growers day he had been forced to drop his In Jias always been their downfall. Ha said it has become a insurance. unity only is there strength. Get be- question of giving up his policies or hind the proposition Mr. Farmer! leaving off his moonshine, and the By proper support, for once in your insurance-haCHOWX GASOLINE AXD POLARINE IN HARTFORD, BEAVER DAM, to go. life you' can have the undisputed AND VICINITV privilege of fixing a fair price for When eggs, were fifty cents a dozen ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. J. f CASEB1ER & SON, B'atcr Dam, Ky. the sale of your product. By any early In the spring my bunch ipsisted WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, KAVKK DAM AUTO CO., Beater Dam, Ky. other method you convey that right on living on eggs, but as son as the Hart fort J, Kj, CIIAS. PETERS nilO., Beacr Dam, Ky. to the man who wants to buy. The big price drop came they turned to BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McHenry, Ky. proposition is a very plain one. What It. I. SWAIN, RoikK)rt, Ky. tomatoes. Tomatoes at thirty cents .HICKS .V llUHGHEH, Echols, Ky. O. P. PHELPS, .McHenry, Ky. are you going to do about It? a dozen appealed to them very temptRICHARD SHIELDS, Croimvcll, Ky. JIVLLIK ELLIOTT, Cool Spring, Ky. ingly. Now that they are three OLATON pounds for a dime I do not dare to CROWN GASOLINE DEALERS tell them the price, and they are still HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, Ky. t. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. spent eating 'em. Mr. J. L. Smith of Louisville, C. T. S. OVERTON, Centcrtown, Ky. JOE J. SHULTZ, Wjsox, Ky. Saturday and Sunday win his famliy PRANK EVERLV, Centcrtown, Ky ARTHUR T. ILER, Hotkport, Ky. beTe. This old world Is brim full of inI. A. SWAYNE, Premiss, Ky. Mrs. M. C. Stone had her toiisils teresting things if one only had eyes jOTiovod last week In Owen-sliorr- . Dr to see and ears to hear them. Late rOLARINE DEALERS Thorpe performed the operation. 11. P. DAUGIIERTY, Baizotown, Ky. IXIiUHTIUAL yesterday afternoon I was on West ASSN., Mrs. Ray Cook and little daughter Walnut street In the heart of tho CENTERTOWN LIGHT CO., Centcrtown, Ky. McHenry, K, are visiting Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. colored district, and my attention was REAVER DAM COAL CO., Taj lor Mines, Ky. Daisy Mosley, in Ilartford, this week. attracted to a street crowd number i t R. L. ing perhaps five hundred people. It Mr. It. W. Qulsenberry, Armes, Ray Cook and C. B. Lyons was a preaching service by a minister were in Hartford Friday. of Tho Church of God. This Is a Jtev. J. L. Dellart of Beaver Dam, new sect, Just launched by a colored 9 W J? H hyjp La Yft (1 m CV5b mHPv Vs Wf HIBf bKI rfV Hr kW fl was here Sunday to fill hi appointminister, who by the way was found ment as pastor of the Baptist church. murdered last week. The preacher Mr. R. L. Armes of Louisville, who nad ,wo Q. tl orothr,.n as readers has been in town on business during He woud turn to one aml Sh0Ut, tho lat few days, returned to ms "Now read Acts Tho homo Friday. reader would recite a verse referlng Mr. and Mrs. Fred Faught, of Bea-t- to ino unurcn oi uou. "vnat7" tno Dam, who have been visiting in preacher would shout, "did you say .. .,.. J ii-m- ..i '' this vicinity, returned to their home The Church of God again? "Ho said .in., Monday. It" would come response from nuMr. and Mrs. J. A. Daniel and merous persons present. Again and l bob, Gary, and little daughter, Tina again this procedure was repeated. and submitted In duplicato to the uniform, but the salary paid should 4 yo3rs of high school Js:i. univeiblty $100 Dam, spent Saturday The whole process was carried on In Stato Board of Education for appro- have a direct relation to the teachMao, of Beavor If Griduates of the o a grade pjiJ8 lo Six .weeks or moro attendance 1 year of normal $E9. Might and Sunday with Mr. Daniel's a dramatic and humorous manner, val by tho State Board before teach- er's preparation and experience. at a summer school (1922) $3 apThis salary schedule must be kept T. W. Daniel. and gravity and levity mixed harmoparents, Mr. and Mrs. lg Graduates of thj Mh grade plus Sers' contracts are made; and an EXPERIENCE: Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Dugan of Dean-Hel- niously to tho delight of the audience. proved schedule mubt be In effect be- posted In tho county superintendent's 2 years of normal S'il 2a Three yoars' exsuccessful guests of Mr. Dugan's The negro Is peculiarly original, and fore any payments are made to teach- office, and must be published In the wore Ih Graduates of the 3th grade plus perience $2. local paper. It must bo mode the 3 yeara of normal $63. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dugan has a happy way of mixing hts joys) ers. 2b Six years' successful oxperloncq 11 Graduates of a 4 year of Route 1 .Saturday and Sunday. and sorrows that is entirely unknown ; No toachur can bo legally employ- basis and a part of the teacher's standard $4. not hold at the time of contract. high rchool plus 1 yoar tf Mr. Hade Hurt has gone to Taylor to his wlijto brother. i ed who docs normal 2c Nine years' successful experiThe salaries 'of all teachers em- $70 his employment a proper legal certiMines to secure employment. ence $C. Mr. Ford Payton, who has beon Some one asked me recently how ficate which will not expire during ployed by the county board of edu:i fr.(di;ates of a 4 yoi? cation, whether teaching in the ele- Kgh tfhool plus 2 yea'rs itai.davd ; 3. ATTENDANCE: working at Contertown, cam home It happened'that this bead string was tho term for which ha Is employed. o! normal 3a 60 per cent of tho census $1. Saturday. Tho first 2Gc of tho county school mentary schools of the county or in $80. always of the same length. I had to 3b 70 per cont of tho census $2. Daniel, who has been thlnk a mlnut0 mygelr when ,t QCCUr. levy must bo devoted exclusively to county high schools, will he based on Mr. Jimmle Ik Graduates of a 4 year stand&u' 3o 80 per cent of the census $3. h'gh ecr-ooat home on a tow days visit, roturned plus 1 year of colloit, or d to mu lhat x uge tho Bamo Bzo supplementing teachers' salaries, or the following: 3d 90 per cent of tho census $4. unfverslty $70. Bheet of pa,)or each week aml qu,t as much of It as Is needed to meet 1. PREPARATION. to bis work at Haley, Tuesday. 4. SUPERVISION, 0. tho salary schodulo and tho minimum Miss- Felosia Daniel of Louisville, writing when I havo filled it out. la Graduates of the 8th grade $55. II Graduates of a 4 year standard Adopted by the County Board of jn salary law. In those counties where lb Graduates of tho 8th grado plus high school plus 2 years of college or Education is visiting friends aim relatives on the 3rd day of July, TEACHEU'K HAIjAIIY SCHEDULE tho -- Gc levy when added to tho state 1 year of high school, $57. university $80. this vicinity. 1922. per capita is not sufficient to meet lc Graduates of tho 8th grade plus Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Mitchell and lm Graduates of a 4 year btandard Mns. I. S. MASON. Co. Supt. Of Ohio County, Kentucky, high Echool plus 3 years of college for the minimum salary law, the county 2 years of high school $59. daughters, Gladys and Froda. of Approved by tho State Board of pay a lowor Balary than visiting Mr. and Mrs. School Yar 1D22-2board may Id Graduates of tho 8th ;rade plus cr univorsity 590. are .... 1. IMllirnMnn ttAt. Uay . JU" Tho salary schodulo must bo made tho legal minimum'. 3 years of high school $61 Mltcholl'8parent8.' In Graduates of i 4 year tmndard id" ' county ought to be who has been by the County Board of Education Salaries in no le Graduates of the 8th grado plus high school plus 4 years of co'lrB.ior Miss Clara Miller, GEORGE COLVIN, Stato Supt. "us, Is also large. Hence it follows that the present offers a splendid time for every farmer, grower of tobacco, who desires that the product ol his, and his household's toil be marketed in a scientific and business- In the first place, there's none better made anywhere. If there were better, we know that the Standard would have it. With the universally acknowledged responsibility, the unsurpassed equipment and cooperation of so great a public service institution as the Standard Oil Company (Ky.) to back us up in any statement we make, and in the service we give, we know that we can, and will, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil or any other Standard Oil product. VOnWJ We don't try to "spoof" you into trading with iP" us by mere assertions and technical terms. We "deliver the goods" because we've got the goods to deliver. by-anybod-- y, s t Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modern refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, adulterated product that's acknowledged the best by every test for your motor and pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. flK . five-three- ." ot i.ii . d, - , J - 3. I "" C i u The Hartford Republican -- ninir miriritm rhyto SMIcl cleans the blooU - -- V Ji ... ' - JULY 1 FRIDAY, JULY 28 Phylo Sallcl cleans tho Liver, T. II. Martin, city, was In Morgantown Friday of last week. ft . Mill-En- d i d Sale! .'Sale is attracting large LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Thyto 'Sallcl at aTl SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cmts. Mr. Clarenco Cascblor maJo a bus iness trip to Owensboro, Monday. 1.. OBFsSF2z&!Mmu& C . . P. Tanner, of Owensboro, was In this city on business, yesterday. ISKmKKSSMU Mesdames A. D. Kirk and Roy Harnhlll woto In Owenflboro County school Superintendent, Mrs. her room 4 with Illness. I. S. Mason, Is confined to FOR. SALE Dealer. 1 Onr Mill-En- W Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism.. Mrs. J. F. Allen Is In Bcavor Dam. 111 'crowdsof eager buyers who are taking ad- - at her home Ton Truck In condition, $250. Call JOE PARK, Hartford, It. 1 C, 4 vantage of our unusually low prices. Most i every Bay addsaiew, fresh, cleamnerchan-- j dise toour listcX Special Values. Remem-- l ber, a general reduction in all our depart--i ments prevails, "while thousands of yards of in GSnghams, Percales, Sheeting, i Mill-En3 Bleach and Brown Domestic, Crash, Organ- dies,Voiles, Pongee, etc., were bought' for this special sale. Remember, school begins t&is month; t ft these short lengths make ideal dresses and waists for thcgirls and boys. It will be wisdom on your part to see thiswondeiiulaissortment of special values, and then, better still, for you to lay in a lib- era! supply. .Sale continues throughout the . .month. Don't let this opportunity slip. ds How'to Accomplish More Work In One Day 'BEpopalarnow-a-days- , farm tooh must not only do their work well, but they must do it with Jess Working along these lines, SWAYNE, ROBINSON & COMPANY of Richmond, Indiana, .have been unusually successful in $hc design of a 5,lONEY-MAKEhay press for the Fordson. UnusualvutTCngth, dependability and capacity are .the important qualities needed in a press to be ' operated by the Fordson. All these qualities are secured inllie design and construction of the MONEY- r Miss Norma Ross, of Cmitortown, was In tills city, ffuesday. Mrs. John C. Riley spent the week-cm- ! In Owensboro, the guest of Mrs. 'TO Ilettlc Rowan. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. 'McClellan Luwls, Hartford R. F. D., July 22, a von, Gilbert C. nom-powe- r. Mr. Emmett Render, of Matanzas, was in Hartford Tuesday. Rev. W. E. Halle, of Ohiton, .was in Hartford, TuPBday, on legal business. R Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, city, went to Cromwell and vicinity to- Mr,-'.- !. F. Beck, 'ot Alt. Pleasant, iflay to spend three or. Tour day? was a visitor at this office" with relatives. Miss Edith Tinsley, of MAKER. 1 I J !$z&6b. Dr. Henry Smith, Rochester, was a In town, ington community, operation In Owensboro Wednesday, Tuesday. for nasal trouble. The teachers ot Ohio County closed Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fnlkerson, Dr. a two days' successful Institute hiue, J. It. Plrtle and son, Ferdinand, and yesterday. Miss Etta Holder, city, spent yesterCures Malaria, Chills, Fev- day In Owensboro. er Illlloiis Finer, Colds and LnGrlppc. 50t20t Miss Artie May, of Louisville, v. Ill arrive in this city tomorrow, to spend Mrs Lou Stewart, of Horse Branch, S3veral weeks with her sister, Mrs. was the guest of relatives In Beaver A D ICIrk and Mr. Kirk. Dam, "Wednesday. Miss Cleo Blnkley, ot Nashville, Mn. "W. C. Blankensulp, city, was Tein., will arrive In this city tomorIn Louisville, on business, Thursday row, to spend two weeks with her and Friday of last week. sister, Mrs. J. Ross Taylor and Mr. Taylor. Mrs Sallle Herrel of Morgantown, ls spending; several days in Hartford, Mr. W. L. fMcKernan, and daughthe goiest of Mrs. Annie Nail. ter, Mrs. John Goff, and the latter's little son, of Centertown Route 2, J. H. Richardson and son. C. B., were pleasant callers at this office and Clyde Thomas, of Cromwell, were Monday. in town Monday, on business. caller at this office iwhlle the Washunderwent an m Strcnntib. is secured by putting into each press the highest 'qaali ty of material and the quantity of metal necessjiry, worked up in correctly designed 'parte .Takev for example, the gears that must withstand intermittent severe strains. The most is used in casting carefully cor apounded semi-stethem awd in addition, they are given rigid, permanent alignm ent in a continuous iron bed plate and heavy bearings. Neither in the making of 'the gears nor in the fconstnictioi i of the frame is any sacrifice made to el -- rROBiNSON which com peting tools might be sold. Fortunately for farmers , the policy has made sales so large that ' quantity p roducticm of. Money-Make- r machines fees kept tb e price down to the lowest level, -- It has been the SWAYNE- Policy for eighty years to build the best tools possible without regard to the price at meet competition. EEA fER DAM AUTO COMPANY Beaver Dam, Ky. Don't Mvor ty about High lociqet. Coma to "Power Farming ,Hoadgaari ien" oaddtam how to farm without extra help. f Mr. L E. Christian has been appointed Rural Carrier out of Horse Branch, on RuraHRouto No. 2. Mrs. A. W. Mills, city. Is visiting - Airs. S . R.. Unnnett nnrt daticfhtnrB. miss uussye ana aits, uine scnreciue and little daughter, went to Owens-b'dV- o yesterday to visit relatives until Sunday. V her daughter, Mrs. Timer WesterMr. and Mrs. Dick T. Qllstrap, Hold, and Mr. .Westprfleld, Hartford Beaver Dam, are the parents of a fine' Route 2 baby boy, born Friday of last weak. The little fellow has 3een christened Miss Elizabeth Davidson and William Taylor. Edwin, city, were the week-en- d Lguests of Miss Sallle Coleman, of near Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Field of HousParadise. ton, Texas, arrived In Hartford the first ot the present week to spend Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Trogdon. ot several days visiting relatives here , the Clear Run, community, were call-p- rs and In Owensboro- at this office, ulille in Hartford yesterday Miss Gertrude Sclflemmor, stenographer for the Creasey CorporaMrs. Letjt Ashley and children, Ot tion, Paducah, Is spending her vacaOwensboro, nre the guests ot Mrs, tion with her parents, iUr. and Mrs. Ashley's father, Mr. Charley "Leach, W. C. Schlemmer, city. . nnd family. Mrs. Edwin Mason, and little son, Judge Charles A. Harding, ot "Stanton, of the Barnetl's Creek comwas the gm.-s-t of Mr. and munity, spent from Teusday until Mrs, J. S. Ford, of aeaT town Sunday yestorday in Hartford, the guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. I. S. Mason. and Monday. g, Good Year f TIRES need of any Casings can! not afford to pass these . prices up asyau will note below that these prices are very Jow for the best ikes made : 50x3 Good Year Plain Tread $ 8.65 , 30x3 Good year Diamond Tread . . . 10.50 1 , 30x3 V ood Year JJib Tread.... 10.00 4 sux'Syz'tioodx ear Diamond Tread.. 12.Z5 .1 1 B2x3y2 Good Yeai JSianiond Tread . . 15.50 H , 31x4 Good Year Diamond Tread. . . 17.75 '1 32x4 Good Year Diamond Tread . . . 21.00 . Year Diamond Tread . . . 22.25 fa &J.1 Inner Tbss will also go at a reduction. " 1 In i$er to raffacn 'our stock in Good Year Fabric Tires we" are making a big reduction on all of our Fabric Tixes far this week, and yoi that are in Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hlgdon. city, Miss iMary Ike Mason returned aro the parents of a baby girl, born homo Tuesday from Washington, D. Friday night of last weak and chris- C, whero she had spent several weoks, as tho guest of be"r sister, tened Pauline. 33x4-Goo- d Now For Reduced Prices ON Summer Clothing Enjoy all the Smart Styles you Demand with a Cool SumComfort, never dreamed of in a KEEP-KOOmer Suit. t Suits, regular price $12.50, now. .$ 9.00 Palm Beach Palm Beach Suits, regular price $13.50, now . . 10.00 Palm Beach Suits, regular price $15.00, now . . 11.00 13.50 Mohair Suits regular price $18.00, now If you are in need of a Summer Suit Don't miss this opportunity. v L ... i Carson (L Co, Hartford, Kentucky. Mrs. S. M. Cox and Mr. Cox. Hughes Wallace, of Central City, came up yesterday to spend a few Ttv. Wilbert Halle, formerly ot days with his grandmother, Mrs. S. T. Birmingham, Alu., bat who is now Bnrnett, and Mr Barnett located at Olaton, has been the guest ot his sister, Mrs. J. T Allen, Beaver Airs. 3. D. Holbrook and daugt- - Dam, for the past two weeks. HARTF.ORD, XY. teni, Mrs. Everett Hlmes, and little Dundee, Ruby, and Mr Cecil Tichenor. Miss Miss Bernioo Barnard, of With her sister. city, were In Oweusboro Saturday. spent last wesk-en- d ot Daniel Miss Vlnlta Baraard, ABE A Fon was born to Mr.' and Mrs Boone who has a position at that Ethel' Mae Ambrose, fit Ow- Mrs. Cilinore Kcown returned t? Eugene Lowe Allen, of tht Washing- place with the Storting Coal Co. cnBboro. has fcecn tho guest of irJends hor homo in- Lexington Tuesday, utI ton community, July 9th. Tho lit and relatives In this city durlm; the ter spending several days in this city, Mrs, Xieamon Lafc and two chl" ; past two weeha. tla fellow win chrlstraed'Blllli) tho guest of relatives. Hor little country, dron of tho Washington daughter, Ruth Virginia, who accomBpcnt from Saturday antfl "MQii&ay Mrs. Von Rogers' and little daugh panied her 10. Hartford remained Mrs. Ray Cook and little daughter, in town, tho guests ot tho former's ter, Ida U returned to their home In witfi. litr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dorothy Dean, of Olaton, spent this parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Bennett. Lexington Saturday, after spending S. O. Keown. week in this city, the guest ot Mrs. several days J nthis city, the guests of Misses Adelado Longest and Mar Mrs. Rogers' mpther, Mis. Charlotte Cook's mother, Mrs. Daisy Moseley, Self Sealing Mason JarsvUp tho garet Beauchamp returned to thelrJ Brown, and other relatives. and sister, Mrs. ,&aac. Fob- - fruit. No mold; no loss. hoinew In Hawesvllle Monday mornPints (Hold more than nr,iin ier.. Messrs. A. P. Vunkhousor, Qlvens ing, aftor spending about ten days pints) per doz 91.00 Martin and Otto Elder, ot Provi- In this city, the guests ot Miss Mar Quarts, por doz "oi'ik and-llttlI M". Sidney Williams dence, came up Friday to attend the tha Caroline Pato. To3 (with rubbers) per doz. ..aoc ! daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, city, ball, and remained in the city with Come Jn and let us show them to O. E. nichardson, after spending will return home tomorrow from .Lu- you. We'll savo you money. friends until Monday, They'll nonr zerne, where thoy have betm Ixico save your fruit. BOToral days with relatives Wednesday, (bo guests of Mrs. WilMiss Ida Mario Bennett returned Cromwell and other points in Ohio WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. to her home on Centertown Route 1, County, returned Monday to Chica- liams' parents, Mr. and' Mrs,, S. R. " . ' Tuesdny morning after spending sev- go, III., where he has a position with Hall. MAItitLUiK LlCKNhliS guest ot an electrical Company. eral days in Hartford, the KKOBNTLY ISSUED Mr. and Mrs Clyde Park, ot tho Miss Cora Hagerman. spent tho Miss Lottye Mao Rogers, of Lex- Clear Run community, T. B. Maple, McIIenry, to flenava In Hartford, the guostn of Coff, Mcllenry Routo 1. Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Likens spent ington, who is making an extendod week-en- d Sunday night and Monday at Doaver visit with her aunt, Mrs. Isaac Fos- friends and relatives. Mrs. Park W.. R. Fuqun, Hartford, toKoIu s, ter, city, spent a few days the first went from hero to Centertown to Uonnott, Hartfod. Dam, the guests of Mr. Likens' ot the week with Mr. and Mrs. John bpend a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Ulceus Evcrctte Addlngton. Centertown, Barnes and family, Beaver Dam, to Eva Lee Maddox, Centertown. Mr. and Mrs. A, U, Ticheuor. Grayson County News. ACTON BROTHERS -- - o i par-ont- vfliHORSE "CEMETERY" IN EGYPT 'FRANKLIN KEPT HIS LAURELS 'FEROCIOUS DENIZEN OF SEA Second Lieutenants anil Pershing Only Aru Immune From Ik'inotlon. Tho California spotted tnorny, or New York, the Sun of that city on Objects unearthed nt stales, Is one place where there are al- "sen eel" ns It Is popularly called. 'the "Upper Nile, by the llnrvnrd Washington, July 24. The board enough to go around. It Is credited with being the most feMuseum of Kine Artsj cxpedl; most laurels The Hartford Republican has made a special Is the custom of the city to be gener- rocious marine animal In existence. of general officers appointed to tlop shed new light on tltc enrly hisous with them, but they never last. The commonly observed, specimens clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial the most wholesale "plucktory fit Ethiopia, the tombs ot nil the nre nbout three or four feet long, ami ing" Three days Is.about the limit. Job over Initiated among the .kings from 700 B. C. to 250 B. 0. havAppeal by which we will furnish both papers for one the nbout the size of a iniui's wrist. That Is, three days marks nbout ing been recovered. regular army Officers' Corps will length of time when the crowd will en- Their mouths are provided with year for the low price of It Is known that King Plnnkhy wns dure the sight of them on the living. needle-likteeth, and their Jaws are hold Its first meeting tomorrow, with Brcat connoisseur of horses. In his After that they view them with amuse-meaa so strong that cutting off the animal's MnJ. Gen. Joseph T. Dickmnn, reaccount of his beslcKiiiK the Kcyptliin It wns to havo beBut when hung on n bronze head does not have the slightest effect tired, presiding. nnger city of Eshniun he tells of his Ilelease can gun operations toward the eliminaor marble statue by common consent In releasing Its hold. ..nt finding the horses of KIiir Nnmlnt nnd the custom of the park department only bo achieved, by cutting the head tion or demotion of some 2,500 offitnrved thin ns n result of tho sIorc. they nre given thirty days. to pieces so Hint the Jawa cannot hold cers todny, but was held up by the Hence It Is reasonably conjectured Benjamin Franklin was permitted to together. tlint l'lunkhy started n cemetery of keep his hist crop of laurels longer Stories arc told of fishermen be- absence of one member. The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest Members of the board were conTliorsc graves which wns found nt (linn most statues. Although It wns ing driven from their boats when n and best papers in the South and we hope to receive the only burying ground of by reason of his very many Illustri- large specimen got loose after being cerned In their preliminary discusIts kind that 1ms been discovered In ous qualities many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and his statue became a hauled up, and these stories may eas- sion today over the probnble effect that the Nile valley. Here, In four rows, landmnrk In Park row, It wns particu- ily be credited, considering the dispo- on the morale of the army of the seventy-fiv- e several cents cash for both papers. Send in nre the graves of the steeds of larly because of his position ns the sition of the small ones which nre com- suspended sentence now hanging monarchs. They have been plundered, patron saint of nil those who hold mon to the California coast. Some of your subscription now. Don't delay. over the head of practically every ofbut not so thoroughly ns to prevent ns n cardinal virtue that he was those found In the deeper water reach ficer In the service with the excepJlndlng some of the trappings; n thrift weeks ngo 'with more n length of six or eight feet, nnd n tion of General Pershing and the secband, four adorned some any jlumc carrier, a silver head weight of 100 pounds. The nnlnuil Tiawiillim ever manwreaths than strings of very large bronze balls, aged to hnng on himself. can actually tic itself In a knot, nnd ond lieutenants. btuds, nninlets nnd other objects. Congress, in directing that the OfHe kept them, too, until they were makes use of Its extraordinary sinuThese horses were manifestly absolutely no more use. The day osity for holding objects which It Is ficers' Corps b reduced by January niVK.ISIIXIM) PLATYPUS .iAA.fi.u..i.i ha.i amirttMramfl of nt the funeral of the king In they were put up people traveled eating, and for twisting nnd coiling 1 to 12.000 did nut Include the genIS UKCI2IVKI) IN HAWAII .B SSawB order that their spirits might accomfrom all five boroughs to ,gnzc at the around rocks. eral officers of the army In fixing pany his Into the other' world. The bronze likeness of the publisher of Honolulu, T. H., July 22. A duck-bilh- d the number to be retained In each sacrifice of men nnd animals nt fu- "I'oor Blchard's Almanac" that first platypus, the first of its kind to UNABLE TO "FIGGER IT OUT" grade. The War Department, in prens on nerals Is now well established of nil the best sellers of America and paring instructions for the "plucking b landed alive on American soil, has ! undent Ethiopian custom by excava- to consider their own sins or to contions In Kermn. But the sacrifice of template their own virtues In the mnt-te- r Come to Think of It, Uncle Zeke Was board," did Include the general off- recently been Imported from AusUp Against Something horses was n thousand years before icers Insofar as retirement of any of tralia nnd may become a part of the . Suscved vhen everything else falls. of thrift. But this week when they of a Problem. the beginning of the Ethloplnn mon- were cut down no one paid the slightIn nervous prostration und female the major or brigadier generals for zoological' collection now maintaincaknci.se they nte the cuprctne archy, nnd In nil the royal tombs of est attention to the two "white wings" physical disability would create va- ed by the city of Honululu. , tcim-dyIn a Georgia town dwells nn old at thousands linvc testified, fi Napnta no other survival of the cus- who were climbing about the pedestal platypus Is In apThe duck-bille- d cancies and permit the appointment who Is supported by his wife. tom wnsj detected. FOR KIDNEYiLlVERAND Jerking down the wreaths nnd slinging Uncle Zeke spends most of his time of colonels to general officer rank, pearand a cross between n duck and STOMACH TnOUDLE them on the pavement. a beaver. It lays eggs, but suckles Ashing In the brickyard pond ; mit that reducing the. number of surplus coloit b the bci.t r.ikdlclne eir.t cold a 'WON FAME AS SEA FIGHTER its young. he expects to catch any Hah, but "Jest nels to that extent. over a Uruggis 's counter. ff t, Previous attempts to establish tho Preliminary Investigation Indicates GOT NAME FROM INDIAN CHIEF to have some harmless chile." Aunt Murj; takes In wnclilng. that probably more than 1,700 offi- platypus north of the equntor havo Scandinavian Hero Also the Center of Many Legends That Have EnOne day one of Aunt Mary's patrons How the City of Medicine Hat, in Cancers now on the rolls must be "sep- failed, making the proposition a risky deared Him to Posterity. broached the subject to her nnd sugby one, particularly as tho price asked Acquired Its Decidedly ada, encourage arated" from the active service gested that she should not "Woman a Odd Cognomen. Is $5,000. honornble discharge. Such discharge, for the her husband's laziness by supporting One of the great Scandinavian rehim in idleness, but Aunt Mary pro- It will be pointed out, will not heroes of modern times wns Tordenks- Medicine Hat, the Canadian city Starch, sugar and fat are each flect the character of service render jold, who rose from tho rank of naval which figures so prominently In weath- tested. composed of tho same elements, car" 'Deed, honey, mai ole 'man ain't ed by the officer. cadet to admiral In eight years, and er reports, and which possesses unoxygen, only In lazy," she declared. "It's jest them died at the age of thirty, and Is ac- - ' doubtedly one of the most extraordiBoard members arc understood to bon, hydrogen and counted today as a naval strategist of nary names of all the cities scientific notions lie got when he was feel that there Is little prospect of different proportions. FOR PERSONA!- - HYfiirNF. the first order. It was Tordenksjold jI of the world, acquired Its title n'wuckln' at de college." finding many officers now on the rolls Dissolved In water for douches stop "But what have scientific notions who, by his operations against Chnrles from an old Blackfoot chief whose army re-- , The who merit discharge. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamIXII of Sweden, preserved the freedom tepee .stood on the site which is got to do with his not working?" In this regard mation.- Recommended by Lyilin . "Got n whole lot to do, honey," Aunt cently cleaned house of his native Norway nnd saved the In-- 1 today the center of the city. He was Finkhatn Med. Co. far Irn mh. Ohio County on Its own motion. "tegrity of Denmark A healing wonder for nail catarrh. chiefly celebrated for nn amazing Mnry said, gathering up her basket. l,u?UR l,p's '" W1,s dnt AJ1 his experiences were exceed- - , heud-gen- r oro throat and sore oye to which he attributed mag-- "v"' S(H' ue,n Htt xUitanlmmif tUrmg CKKDlTOItS" NOTICE healthy to wuck after meals; Btn,ickll prm. $.,. ,mWers, and which he called his' u angly colorful and picturesque, so much SanlarrM. 5Uc. ill drurou. of install br CIKCUIT COUItT m.... TtPiira,ToilrtGmmiT. Dion. Mi If tio, inueeu, mat legenu mis oeen uusy "medicine lint." Good fortune was nn ho unit been nole to tigger out no I in providing him with nn array of nil- - , supposed to attend him whenever he way to Vompllsh dut, not ylt, Mess Notice is lureby given to all parMeets first Monday in March, May ventures which undoubtedly never Imp wore it, whether at war or on jl,e ne Rivr up rat in uu course lie cau i ties who have claims against the es- and July; third Monday In September I do daf." pened. One of these Is the story that, hunt. tate of the late Simon Jones to pre- and fourth Monday In November: when a boy, he sat down on a grindOnce a great, buttle was fought besent same to us, properly proven, on udgc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro stone to wear out the leather patches tween the Bluckfeet and the Crees on A Complete Angler. or beforo Sepember 1st, 1922, or Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, which had. been put on the seat of his the situ of the pre.-e"Clarence, come In to dinner 1" city. The fight Calhoun. Mrs. Jones Mood nt the door of her thy will be forever barred. trousers ns a punishment for tearing went against tne (jrees unu, just as JOE JAMES, Clerk Frank Black. liis clothes. Once he pursued n frigntc they nrennred to leave the field, a ' cottage, looking over toward a small SAM JAMES, atnucb larger than his own until his strong gust of wind caught the "medl-- , boy who was fishing with a bent pin Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. nn herring bone on the brim of u .'ammunition gave out. He sent word cine hut," lifted It off the head of Administrators estate of Simon Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichcnor. .to the enemy. Inviting the commander chieftain and deposited It In the river. Puddle. Jones, deceased, with will annexed. COUNTY COUBT to cotne nboard for a glass of wine nnd This was considered un evil omen and "Clarence dinner!" 4t3 asking whether he would lend some the Blaekfeet immediately tied to the' Convenes first Monday In each Still Clarence fished. I powder to continue the fight. It was mountains in great disorder. "Clarence!" month: The Bishop's Explanation. Mils sort of bravado which his age No answer. Judge B. n. Wedding. Someone had remarked to Phillips delighted In. He wns killed In a duel "If you don't come in to dinner nt IJrooks thnt atheists seemed to lend County Att'y- - Otto C. Martin. Why a "Jumper?" Jn 1720. once, my son," threatened Mrs. Jones, moral lives. "They have to." returned Clerk Guy Hanney. a "jump," "I won't give you any at all !" The word was originally the good bishop "They have no fiod Sheriff G. A. Itajjih; Deputies: Children nnd Is first met in 1015, us a "jacket Only n sudden tension of the small Disillusionment. Mack Cook, 4ris Bender, George or loose coat reaching to the thighs." hoy's frame as he gazed eagerly into to forgive them If they don't." Bos A Safe Old Fashioned Transcript. "Jnto the restaurant she came, with ton P. Jones. The dainty feminine garment of to- the depths of the murky puddle. Urn ulr of a princess, n truly regal Remedy for Worms day owes Its parentage to the shapeJnller Nat Hudson. Injustice. pajtience was ut un end. Justice and Mrs. Jones' clad In brown from top to toe, and less garment of coarse sacking someSeventy. fJYOTetcontin. Silently she crept up behind the deThe only true way to make the mass-o"looking ns If she had just visited a QUAltTEKIA' COUBT uoui uie is tbe belt times worn by coal heavers or linquent and then, suddenly seizing mankind see the beauty of justlci FKEY'S VERMIFUGE 1'urislan modiste nnd a beauty parlor Convenes first Monday in each month. For this was the original him by the shoulders, shook him vio- is by showing to them in pretty can offer you. a perfectly groomed, handsome "jump," essentially a male garment x Keep a bottle always on lently to and fro. the consequences of Injustice. FISCAIi COUBT "woniun. of the most primitive type. Indeed, hand. It will help keep ' 'You rascal !" she cried. "Didn't Sydney Smith. There was nn nlr- - of refinement one. Polar expedition records that it Convenes Tuesday after first Monthe little onca healthy you hear me call?" shout her. She looked expensively and happy. day in January; first Tuesday In "No, mil," said the youngster stout30cbotlletyourdnjfBit' or turned out In the simple, deceptive "jumps" or loose jackets. April and October, It. U. Wedding Prefers Salt. venr-jaatore: or if your dealer ly. "I didn't hear you the first three way. CAnlaupplyyou.endtiianame "My wife Is enthusiastic nbout hci County Judge, presiding. In the seventeen hundreds "Jumps" times and the lust time I had a bite!" ad 30c in atarapa and vre'U nt n table and She seated herself novels, but they're too 'glad' for me.'' 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford . .became feminine, In the form of a aad you a butde promptly. Exchange. there were little exclamations of admi- kind of loose stays, chiefly worn as a "Yes, they make you feel as If some 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- L 1 S. FREY. BiWt. UL ration nnd envy from other diners sort of undress. one had put sugar on your steak and town. J near. Dweller in a Cave. potatoes." Life. Then, In the eighteen hundreds, the were great big beasts, 3rd District Q. B. Drown, Simmons Cave bears A waitress approached. Every one admiralty took notice of the word 4 weighing lmlf a ton or more. They 1th District J. B. Murphy, Fords-villo- . hushed to listen to the beautiful creaas a "Jumper." It Is officially men lived THE IIIKAli NEWSPAPEIt In Europe during paleolithic j ture speak. tloned as one of the new "rigs" of times, and were contemporaneous with WILL voice she ordered: In n Sam H. Holbrook, Hart the lower deck. A newspaper publisher, wishing to Cth District They get their name "Bring me nn onion omelet." j TAKE ford, It. F. D. No. 4. From this curious ancestry has our ancestors. sugplease waders, from It was brought and she ute It with evolved the Jumper of rile girls of to- usuallythe fact in that their bones nre gestions. his "How can Iasked for the Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, make mine caves. All bears, as found liter spoon I day! t B. F. D .No. 2. a matter of fact, prefer it den In some Ideal newspaper?" he Inquired. 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bearocky hole to live and die In. "Cut out tho crimes, the murders, Oldest Known Paint. ver Dam, B. F. D. No. 3. Take All But Cabin. A Trealraeirl Cave bears are all extinct now, but the sensational divorce case reports," White lead is the very oldest llghtA very curious propensity of the their near relatives, the Slberlnn brown BOAItD OF EDUCATION 1" KjaLHalaV fnr WCAK said the nice people. paint of which anything Is wolverine Is its habit of stealing and bear and the Alaskan Kodlak bear, are Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. "Cut out the accidents, the railway "LUNGS or known, it was mentioned by the carrying away articles which can be alive. Scientists were at a loss as to Convenes First Monday In every tJrcck general, Xenophou, who wrote ef no possible use to It, says the Amer- where to place these huge beasts until and steamship disasters," said the CONSUMPTION Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, twiiiis 400 years B. C. It was made by j lean Forestry Magazine. An Instance they discovered Pleistocene allinlties people who "couldn't bear" to read month. Secretary-Treasurer. putting vinegar In a Jar then some Is recorded where these animals re for them. Although a cave hear stood such things. and twigs to support the layers of lead moved and concealed the whole para- ns big as a small cow, he wus relaR. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, "Cut out the politics." said the feeling, A quick relief lot that Herd, above the vinegar. After the lead was phernalia of an unoccupied hunter's tively Inoffensive. He preferred root 11. F. 1). No. 6. woman, "1 don't undercouehi, point In elicit, nljht iweatt, bemor. d .placed on the twigs the Jar was lodge, Including such articles as guns, ing in the ground or robbing an occaibicea, weak Iudci or coniuraplion. II II dot YV. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, HartIt and haven't time for It." aalhclp you it coala you nolblot. to keep out the dirt and hurled axes, knives, cooking vessels nnd sional bee tree to preying on animals stand ford. R. F. D. No. 3. "Cut out the league of nations and in .stable manure. The manure fer- blankets. Lock dox etc and men. Nat Llndloy, Ccntertown, R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO. all that heavy stuff," yawned the COLUMBUn a. mented, produced a gentle heat nnd Experienced hunters nnd trapper flappers of both sexes. "What's It all Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. ulso carbonic add gas. claim that a big wolverine may weigh New Musical Instruments. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. When the Jar wus opened after a ns much as 00 pounds, but that 50 It has been suld by musicians that about anyway?" Examinations. funny pic"Cut out tho considerable period the lead would pounds is the more usual weight. the violin family Is composed of two For Common Hchool Diplomas 1te corroded under the Influence of They nre very tenacious of life and pygmies the violin and the vloln tures," said the careful mother. 'Such USELIV-VER-LA- X the heat and gas. Thus a large pro- Instances are on record when the ani- and two giants the violoncello und pictures aren't funny, and they're Fourth Friday and Saturday in Janportion of the lend would he changed mal bus been shot through nnd the double bass. It Is reasonable to bad, vfry bail for children. uary, and Second Friday Saturinto u fine white powder which would through the chest and not succumbed suppose that the great gap between "Cut out the ponderous editorials," day in May. To bo held In Fords-vlllhe purified and used as a pigment for to the wound. In such cases, of these two extremes could be Beaver Dam and Hartford. snapped tho man who merely scans pulnt. course, the heart Is not penetrated. diminished. It Is not sur- the headlines. .'Nobody reads 'em For Tcncherh' Certificates Third prising, then, thnt two Friday and Saturday In May, June nowadays." French musicians, father and son, "Charge of the Light Brigade." Do What You Can. pE "Cut out the woman's page," said and September. Except notice is experihave, after years The churge of the light cavalry nt It Is the greatest of nil mistakes, to mentation, createdofa study nnd Inter- the female with. the strong mind. "It's given to tho contrary the latter exnumber of the battle of Balaklavn In 18.14 during do nothing because you can only do mediary Instruments which have en- musby, trashy, trivial; ait' insult to aminations will bo held In Hartford. the Crimean war, and celebrated In little, but there are men who nre al- tirely changed the nature of OTHER OFFICERS the violin our sex." J'ennjsoh's great poem, "The Charge ways clamoring for immediate and family. Popular Mechanics Muguzlne. "Cut out sports and theaters," Tax Commissioner R. F. Keown, "of the Light Brigade," wus one of the stupendous effects, and think that Peclirtnht all the time Don't lay oS Fordsvllle. said the Intellectual. "Iloth are bad most noted military actions of modern virtue and knowledge are to be Infrom work for days by taking calomel C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle when pleasant times, it was the result of n serious creased as u tower or temple are to be Preserving Homes of Famous Men. Influences and both havo received al- Surveyor kecpa you Repicsentntlvc Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtroubt blunder on the part of the British Increased, where th growth of Its The other' day the chamber decided together too much' notice." k. Safer too, and easy to take. DotiX commander, Run. magnitude can bo measured front day that the hennas or cottage at Serlg-na- n "Cut out " began another and' take- anyUiing else. You can't afford in Provence where the great entoA large force of Itusslnns, more or to day, und you cannot approach It, HARTFORD still another, but tho publisher bent it. Eliminates poisonsi cleanses By less disorganized by the British heavy without perceiving a fresh pillar, or mologist, Henri Fnhre, lived and died Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation. A nat cavalry, was attacked by the "Llrfht admiring nn added pinnacle. Sydney should become national property. But them to'lt. , ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum "Stop all of you," he cried. "On M'uyor W. C. Blankenshlp, yet content. the Provencaux are not Brigade," under Lord Cardigan. The Smith. in its effect and certain in resulut. I ItuWluns hud reformed on their own They now demand it like honor for second thought, I havo decided to cut Council Li. II. Bishop, Seiy. won't bo lone beforo Za'u-lax win ROCKPORT completely displace calomel in cverj their great Mistral, whose mas Is ut out myself. It's no uso trying to ground, and of the (170 of the lirltlsh "Oh, That's Different." home. Children can tako.it freely on Malllitne. Mistral's widow still resides publish tho Ideal newspaper until I Robert I'. Green, Judge. force, only 108 returned to theii own with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarHuxel Why did' you tell Edith that there us does the poet's pet spaniel, come across lines after the failure of the charge. Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. the ideal render." Saying anteed. 50c and $1 in bottlc& Nod not which wears a collar with the proud which, he shut up shop and went In'It was in this sume action tlint the secret thatI 1 told you her. to tell 7 Cooper, Chairman. Edd genuine without tho likeness and sigukj I Just listed Inscription "I am Jougeor, the dog of didn't tell Helen British Infantry wus ilrbt termed a to the wholesale saxophone business turooXL. K. Grimsby, For ealo by W. II. niackburn, Clerk. her it she knew. the" poet Mlstrul." Loudon Time. 'Ihlu a'U Hue." for rest. Leslie's 'Weekly. Stllli Mason, Treasurer. I. ML jyi,l.Ti1 kMM, UutfSKk ious to Make. e t. lAmerlean Expedition Has Unearthed I Graves of Steeds That Once Dore Proud Royalty. Appropriately, Apostle of Thrift Wat Allowed to Retain Ornaments for Exceptional Time. California Spotted Moray Is a Capture .Which No Fisherman Is Anx- ARMY REDUCING BOARD TO MEET A CASH OFFER $1.75 -- ed iLSTCOTC inters no-gr- f t ninu.-eiuon- L"M" bird-anim- Every Wanin I I -- DIRECTORY 1 w"'t -- nt , dS Mothers For the te -- . VeiMfii6e tetti-moni.l I ft dock-laborer- plait-term- high-pitche- d YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY - mjafw lo FOR .ONE MONTH ( cov--ere- e, ndvan-tugeousl- y well-know- n For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation, ax - Y J m X 4( X i;G,l FARM DEPARTMENT. mile In niiout any paint, Information should ,,, , . UltiilKU IllSktlUb U1U lIUUUIVi IUIU lid, J ,n .. nt-- iriiui-anirom lie aiato Mgiiway Michigan, Missouri, Minnesota, Iowa, IT i ri?iirnno.i Jt Is a mistako to ropa nt without ' North and South Dakota, Nebraska, .'Kansas, Montana ,nnd Wyoming al- properly cleaning tho motal of nil , dirt, rust, loose pa nt, and hi sters. ' so the tipper and ownr lakes, These States and general forecasts usually ii.. places hardest to reach . ' Sun;,n' ""' are tho ones that should receive tho !"r, ?" j J"1""8 ,Thoso most attention. are telegraph- .. .. - ed from the naval radio station at Ar- ......... ..uu. i r . .. utivn ini 1n U., iH XV 4t. 111., Ull u wuvu msiim, c Scope. length of 5.950 meters arc, and, at During tho current fiscal year the 10 p. in., on a wave length of 2,050 llltrnmi nf Airrttilfiicit LV.in.....in. . meters spark. Those, for tho Chl-th- e unit d States Department of Ag- cago go from the naval sta- rlculturo has had field men stationed tlnn district nt Great Lakes, III., nt 10.15 In approximately 1.10 cities and) n. , in. and 10.30 p. m., on a wage HuntTs employed by the Hlologlcal towns, conducting various lines of length of 4,900 meters arc. Special servlco and regulatory work In marSurvy of the United States warnings of storms, cold waves, inent of Agriculture have a motto, keting. frosts, etc. Issued In the afternoon, an nnlmnl bring news reports on fruits and u are sent ntter Market "If will he broadcast at 5 p.' m. on the him in, regardless of how you have vegetables have been Issued from 14 same wave length. Seventy-fiftcomes from permanent office, and from .13 temto g' t him." The story mercdian time applies to all of these stations. Arizona of an old female wolf that porary field schedules. a trap, so that sbo and meat reports wero Issued from had )Ht a font In It Is oxpected that these forecasts " had grown "trap wise" and wary nnd 9 permanent office?, dairy and poul will be nicked up by local radio sta try products reports from 7 offices, Tcftucd to take poisonod halt. The tions In tho various States and re- government mmier iook uis oeu ami and cotton reports from 5 offices. broadcast by. radiophone. s, Inspector hav& laid It by a water nolo wheru several . to drink noarly every been maintained nt 32 of tho Import wolves citinu During tho night ho shot tho ant central markets of the United nlKlit FOR FLETCHER'S States, and Inspections of fruits and wolf within 10 feet of his bed. vegetables have been mndo at moro Lettuce Is shipped from California than 100 points designated by, tho ANIMAL IXTKLLIGHNCK the iar round, according to (he Secretary of Agriculture. Hutter InDepartment of Agricu- spectors have been maintained at 5 ITnlt'd States "Nature faking aside," said a zoo lture. New York and Florida ship- of the best butter markets of tho tho winter nnd early country, and a choeso Inspector has l.ioper the other day, "mice won't ping during Lay a pat of spring and New York during the rest ht n stationed at Fond dti Lac, Wis., oat oleo. It Is a fact. year. Other States which ship which is the center of one of the most o'.eo and a pat of hutter side by side, T of the g sections and In tho morning the butter wilt be lettuce commercially are North and Important gone, but thj e'eo will remain unJersey, Michi- In the country. South Carolina. New For .the enforcement of tho United touched. gan. Colorado, Minnesota, Idaho and "Oh, yes, some animals are incrediStates grain standards act, branch ofWashington. bly nice about their food. The otter, fice linvo been maintained In 3C There arc six branch offices when living wild, will only eat ono Virginia Counties Compete. piece, one mouthful, out of each fish Three breed associations, rprosen- - for the enforcement of the cotton fu- he catches. He will land a beautiful of beef tures act, a'nd eight branch offices in tatlve of prominent breeds trout, but only one bite of it, from villi n luiw nniironriated funds to he connection with the administration .the back Just behind the neck, is Hi"' county In Virginia re-- 1 of he United States Warehouse act given to good enough for him. The rest ,hc jiiacmg me greaiesi iiuuiuur m buuu This epicure often tosse3 aside. re(rnslioppi'i-- lining Ilig Damage sires with purebreds, according to Slnco last winter tha United States kills a dozen fine big trout to rhake received by tho Ilureait of Aniports' one meal. INCORPORATED mal Industry of the United States De- Department of Agriculture ha's been "Chimpanzees have wry delicate partment of Agriculture. As a re- advising fanners In the Northwest taste3. A banana or a pineapple that sult moro than 10JJ scrubs havo been to proparo early for grasshopper con- to you seems delicious to a chimpanpoisoning replaced by purebred animals In the trol this season by oriK-rlnHis tasts is material well In advance of hatching zee may be revolting. last few mouths. grown in hothouses time. Reports received Indicate that keenor. Grapes grasshoppers are already doing tre- where sulphur fumes are usfd as an County A"esMir'j Figures Alii mendous damage in eastern Montana Insecticide taste all right to a man plans. 1 but a chimpanzee will have none of In making county and community and Wyoming, over a widely scattered them. programs of demonstrations nnd area, where precautions have been can tell a fresh one from a stale one gown is out of style after four wteks. ! though the amount ot dust wa3 other extension activities for tho year, Inadequate. Tho pest will last six simply by tapping the shell." Old stuff that's What Every Hus- smaller. DALTON WAS agents In Oklahoma report or eight weeks, or until about the cxtonslon band Knows. to the United States Department of middle of August. The Bureau of Catarrhal Deafness use of county Entomology has four men in tho ter Sr local application., a.Cannot Be Cured Agriculture that the thejr cannot reach Old City Blizzard When a woman THE (no uiceau portion oi mo ear. inere u census and assessor's figures as a ritory helping in control work. jnl one way to cure catarrhal deafness, arms herself with her favorite sticks, by determining tho county's tnd that I. constitutional ittntiy. bat.li for Deafness Is caused by an In- she may be headed for tho toilette major agricultural problems Is prov- Should Allow for Future Traffic In Catarrhal Snmed condition of the mucous lining of OF GIVING UP table or the golf links. the Eustachian Tuba. When this tube Is Ituililiug ItnwiN. very successful. A meeting of ing Inflamed you have a rumbllnf sound or Im, perfect hearlne, and when it Is entirely In building u road liberal allow- closed. Deafness Is tho aicu and women from ach comthe result. Unless the As the avAtlanta Constitution year by tho ance shoud bo made for futuro in- Inflammation can be reduced and this tube munity Is culled each restored to Its normal condition, hearing erage employer sess it, the difficulty county agricultural agent for the pur- crease In traffic, says the Uureau of wilt be destroyed forerar. Many cases ot caused program for the Public Roads of tho United States De- deafness are conditionbyof catarrh, whichsur-la Since Taking Tanlac He is is not to get women In business, but pose of making a an Inflamed the mucous Hall's Catarrh Medicine act. faces. partment of Agriculture, A traffic the blood on the mucous surfaces of thru Like a New Man and Nev- to get business In women. years' extension work. the ha been count conducted by tho bureau In co- system. will give One Hundred Dollar, for It In thbo meetings We er Misses a Day From Kansas City Star A Minnesota caa by found that these figures are of great operation with Tonnesso3 officials on any cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot, Read how Mrs. Albert be Hall'. Catarrh Medicine. CirStore, Says Richmond judge says women are a disappointservice In showing agricultural con- a number of roads In Davidson Coun- cular, free. All DrurRlsts. 76c. Gregory, of R. F. D. No. F. J. CHErTur CO.. Toledo, O. ment as jurors. So It might be add1, Bfuford, 111., got rid of ditions of the county In a concise and ty, In which NushvillB In located, Grocer. e her Ills. ''During...! ed, are men. comprehensive way. In ono Instance shows surprising facts when comparwas awfully weak SIMPLICITY It was found that about 51 per cent ed with a similar count In 1016. DurMy pains were terrific. 1 Doing hard work in a be.nt or was ing this period automohllo registrathought ! would die. The of the county's agricultural land I met a bashful little maid, where I stooping position puts a stitch In the "I reached tho point bearing-dow- n pains were Discussion tions have doubled, while the number farmed- - by enants. Perhaps of eighteen summers, actually so severe I could planned to glvo up my work but since back that is painful. It th muscles vehicles on tho road Is five brought out tho fact that tho Federal of motor not stand the pressure of Dut though In slmplo garb arrayed taking Tanlac I feel tine and never ltac becomo strained, you can't get farm loan was practically unknown times as great as In 1916. In 1916 my hands on the lower She could defeat all comers The great trat- miss a day from, my store," said h. E3. rid ot It without help. and motor-vohlcl- o In the county and plans were made horsedrawn Fart of my stomach was In any contest as to looks grocor, of 423 penetrating power ot Dallard's Snow Dalton, well-knofelt as if life to conduct a campaign to bring tho ' flc were almost equal In volume. In for but a short time. My Ily her dainty b?auty; Liniment will appeal to you most Hull St., Richmond, Va. ( horse-draw- n traffic had de benefits of the loan to the attentton 1921 husband was worried . . . She made one thing of babbling "For two years I was In the worst strongly at such times, becauso It Is One evenlng,.while readas a possible creased only slightly In volume and of the communities brooks sort of health and when I say I suf- the'very thing you need. Price 25c, ing the Birthday .Almamoans of securing a greater percen- constituted 16 pa,r cent of tho traffic, nac, hccame across a To love her was a dutyl fered I mean I suffered. My liver 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by motor vehicles constituting S5 per tage of farm ownership. case similar to mine, and m was sluggish, I had severe pains in Ohio County Drug Co. In cent. went straight tfor some Figures showing that moro ncres A flush suffused her cheek of tan, v my right side, and had to be always Cardui for me to try. the county were being planted to Observations In this and othor counl T CAMPAIGNS eyes were cast down shyly, Her taking laxatives as I was badly conwheat thnn any other crop started a ties lend to tho conclusion that vol- Then I said: "Though n city man, A total of 683,000 jackrabblts Nearly every day I sufstipated. discussion which Indicated thero was ume of traffic may increase in much TAKE I do esteem you highly!" fered terrible hoadaches and nervous wero killed In campaigns this past proportion than tho number Hfforpno8 of opinion as to tho best greater "I'm glad you like mo, sir," she said spells. My digestion was so bad It spring In Utah, Oregon and Washing variety for tho locality; It was there- of motor vehicles and will also de And smiled oh wondrous dimplo! looked like everything I ate disagreed ton, according to the U, S. 'departfore decided that demonstration plats ' pend to n large degroo on tho condl "I wonder If you'd deign to wed with me. I had a mean taste In my ment of agriculture. Theso figures varieties of this tlon of Improvement of tho road nnd of the best-like- d With mo, who am so simple!" mouth and was nauseated all day are based on very closo counts by conditions In the ad crop be grown In Olght sections of tho on the economic farmers and other Interested persons long. , county. In n similar way all tho jacent territory. "Oh, lovely maid," I said, 'you see ' "Tanlac stopped all my troubles and are considered conservative Pro- ' acfigures covorlng tho agricultural Sho saw that I was harried. and built me back to where I have bably a great many more rabbits wero ' Stocks of beof In cold storago on tivities of tho county are st.udted In g wero but llttlo over half "You need not answer Hint," said she, regained my lost weight and I never killed than were - actually reported. meetings, and Juno 1, 1922 these piogrnm-ninljlnTonic "For I'm nlready married. enjoyed finer health. My wife began These campaigns- did much toward na a result a program Is mado which those In storago last year and only Hut I am glad you fell for this, taking Tanlac too, and Is looking like saving crops. d tho havo slightly moro than Is based on what statistics person. We consider "I took it faithfully and stock, according to tho Though now you'd bettor wake up, a dlfforent shown to bo the most urgent no:-d- s of KARA1IA DUST COMING OUR WAY Tnnlac simply great." the results were immedi Dopartmtnt ot Agricul- For I'm a movie country miss tho communities and in which general United States I'm trying out my make-up!- " ate," adds Mrs. Gregory. ' Tanlac is sold by all good drug Interest throughout tho county Is felt. ture. Dust Is carried by the wind for Chicago News. gists. Adv. ' "I continued to get betlong distances, but not usually In ter, all my ills left me, e Strawberries arrived on the Now HISTORIC CIIAIU (11VKX Lengthen Llfu of Steel 1'aliilliiK quantities sufficiently largo for Idenand I went through . . . VIKWS INTKRKSTINO TO WOMK.V tification. York market ut the rato of two to Highway Hiidges. A sample ot the dust that TO MMilNLHY MKMOIHAL with no' further trouble. The llfo of many stool highway threo hundred cars a week during settled thickly on tho decks of tho My baby was fat and be- - May," the United States Department bridges Is materially shortoned Washington Star Women will Dutch steamship Yildum when 250 Nlles, O., July 22. An office chair strong, and my self thank The. cause of infrequent nnd Improper o Agrlculturo roports. de5 God am once more hale used by Prcsldont McKInley while he settle the question of bobbed hatr for miles out at sit, in latitude snysi the Uureau of Public j ments from all producing sections was an occupant of the White House thomsolves, just as they settled the grees N., longitude 22 degrees 10 and hearty, can walk Roads of tho United States Depart flllod about 3,000 cars a week. degrees 31 minutes minutes W.-2- 1 miles, do my work, has been placed In tho relic room at question of the bobbed skirt. mont of .Agriculture. Kach year a W., was recently stint to the Weather 9m though 44 years old, feel The the McKluey Memorla here. Itovlew Toledo niade Our guess is that Uureau of the United Stntes Departconsiderable amount o! money Is AVoalher Hiirenu like a new person. Ail I chair la a present from George II. Of Crop Conditions. spout for tho replacement of rusted woman Is striving to surpass man In ment of Agriculture by the cuptuln owe to Cardui." For Cortelyou, who served as private On Wednesdays, from April to Oc- secretary bridge members that would havo remany years Cardui has of the vessel. The dust was un-- l to the martyred President. politics, not to become his equal. mained sound it they had been kept tober, Inclusive, the Weather Dureau been found helpful in doubtedly blown from the Desert of! A letter from Mr. Cortelyou, which painted: and more scrlqua than the ot tho United Stttte Department of accompanied thochalr, will be frambuilding ur) the system Il.irrlsburs Patriot Dutch gltls Sahara, which would bo In approxifrom ed and preserved in the memorial, drc.s like their mothers; but it Is mately the same latitude as wasto of money Is the danger to tho Agriculture will broadcast when run down by that republic duo to tho weakonlng of some Washington I). C, and Chicago, III., It was announced. peculiarto wemen. Just the other way around In Ameri- ported by the Yildum, The Weather ca. hidden part which may cause the col- a summary of weather conditions as Bureau receives regular marine they affected crops during the lapse ot the whole bridge. weather reports such as that sent In urge that summary will bo woek. This Washington Post A Western court by this vessel from ships of 20 naOfficials of the bureau -has ruled hat a woman can never be tionalities, which cooperate with the all steel bridges bo Inspected at leust ' Included with tho State and general made to pay her husband alimony, bureau in collecting and disseminatonce each year and repainted at the forecasts Issued twlca dally from For Infants and Children which lt quite setback llrst sign of rusting. Normally re- - theso district forecast centers. Tho In Us ing Information about weather conOver Years men's campaign a for equal to the wo- ditions at sea. Two days painting Is required at periods of j States comprised In tho Washington rights. later the Always bcara from two to five yoars, depending on district nro the Now England States, British steamship Dundrennan and the HsT BslsiTsBIJssisHTsissH New York Tribune A women's the Dutch steamship Higno, mor tho climate. A sultablo paint should New York, Pennsylvania, DTstrlct of Signature of Is uncertainty Columbia, Now Jorsoy, Delaware, Ma- jury lu Chicago has decided that a than 1,500 miles' west ot the YUdutu, be used, and If there road projects totaling were completed and 541 utiles went tinder construc-tlo- n during May, bringing tho total mult r construction to nearly 15,000 miles and the mlleago In completed projects to 17,038, according to reports of the llureatt of Public Roads, I'nlt d Statos Dopurtniont of Agrl- citlturo. These figures Indicate that' system grow nt a rato the Kcderal-nl- d of mora than 20 mils pur day on each working day of tho month. Allot-min- tt of funds to dcflnlto projects amounted to $7,828,000 during tho niontli. ... ryland, Virginia, North and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Tonnc3no, Kentucky, West Virginia nnd ) i ., ,.... ,.i.., 1 i j GALLON VS ..,, ,.,,..., tlnn-wld- i u, ,! h' Llvt-Rtoc- ) . fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. Food-product- Children Cry CASTORIA EL ANII DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I1T STOCK. If You cheese-producin- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company g HARTFORD, KENTUCKY II POINT Pains Were Terrific ... ... I JACK-RAIUU- CARDUI The Woman's one-thir- shlp-puliitln- g, 14-1- Koi-wnst- dis-ord- ers pro-cedi- - 1 I CASTORTA For 30 A K Take Cardui v J J CAaysffifcc&it X K H H p HtlSMM h h ki bbm hbh HHHk JHB HHflMHHH aMnMB 4 I OS PH P S EMI , Organizer for Dark Tobacco Growers' Co-O- p erative Association, Will Speak at The Court House in BH 1 H A IH B k Thursday, Aug. 3, 1922 AT 1:30 O'CLOCK P. M. 09 Come And Bring Every Tobacco Grower You Know. S. i 0. KEOWN, Temporary Chairman; W. P. RHOADS, Temporary Secretary; LON SMITH, L. B. TICHENOR, T. H. BLACK, Committee. V