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Subscription $1.50 per Ym& NUMBER REED'S MARGIN IN HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, r, Elvis, fourteen years of age, ono Mrs. Noel Moseloy and one brother, James Sharp, of the Magan com munity, four grandchildren and a- number of other relatives to mourn her loss Funeral services were conducted from the Pleasant Hill Daptist church, Magan, ycstqrdny afternoon, at 2 o'clock, the nev. A. P. Kelley officiating. The remains were laid to rest In tho church cemetery. sis-to- FRIDAY, AUGUST 4, 1922. Mrs. Esther Scott, Lesllo, Cumberland ' County. SOUTH CAItOMNA SALES 6 DR. BELL, INVENTOR BASEBALL BRIEFS OF TELEPHONE, DIES AND MIXED TIPS PRIMARY NARROWING Death Comes Unexpectedly At HH j The Hartford second lino team OK TOBACCO COM.MT3NCE Nova Scotia Home. played the Sulphur Springs boys on the locnl lot Saturday and came out Columbia, S. C, Aug. 2. Almost Gov. McCray Sends Troops Sydney, N. S. Ag. 2. Dr. Alexan- on the long end of a score of 22 to a million pounds of I ncco was sqld Senator's Lead of 7,744 Beder Graham Ilell, Inventor of tho 2. Baize twirled for the Junior Riv- at prices ranging fc.m 3 to 50 cents To Guard Pitts In ing Steadilly Cut telephone, died at 2 o'clock this erside whllo Shults was on the re- a putnd on tue opening dny of '.V Clay County morning at his estate near Daddeck. By Long. ceiving end. Mldklff and Fore- South Carolina VobacsT Aiarket yesAlthough tho inventor had been In man performed like service for the terday, accoriiii',: to figures .onipl cd falling health for several months, he Springers. hire today. Vhe largest sale of the Thu "Iflila" niimlttn,1 Igrimnir 91 I day was at I.iki, City, where 5P9,- Indianapolis, Ind., Aug. 2. The SHERMAN BALL NOW had not been confined to his bed, and. St. Louis, Aug. 2. Senator James times, If valued at $1.00, three. more 890 pounds changed hands at prices A. Reed Is leading Breckinridge action of uovprnor MCCray In reop- DISTRICT ATTORNEY tho end was unexpected. Late yesterLonff citing two strip mines In Clay counday, however, his condition became than necessary to make the offense averaging 21.33 cents a pound. At for the Democratic nomination for ty under thu protection of 800 Stnte capital. They also secured about as l.'i'ulllns, more than 200,000 pounds the United States SentXe b 7,744' V. Sherman Ball, of Hardlnsburg, serious, and Dr. Ker, of Washington, troops In but a preliminary step to- was Inducted into tho office of Unit- a cousin of Mrs. Dell, a house guest many safe hits. The Spring boys changed hands at an average of 17 votes on tho face of returns from all ward the production jf coal In suffi- ed States Attorney for the Western and a Sydney physician, attended connected safely G times and swiped ccnti. but 508 of the 3,848 precincts In only one sack. cient quantities to meet emergency District of Kentucky, Tuesday of the him. Sales were largely confined to Missouri. Returns from 3,340 preneeds In Indiana, unless mlnprs and present week. Mr. Ball Is a RepubIndependent warehouses, and cincts at 10 o'clock tonight give Reed With Mr. Bell when he died were operators speedily reach an agree lican and succeeds W. V. Gregory, Mrs. Bell, a daughter, Mrs. Marlon Hartford's "Big" Nino Journeyed the general average for the State's 182,238, Long 174,494, The senament ending the coal strike, It was an appointee of the Wilson adminis- Hubbard Falrchlld, and her husband to Island Sunday and got markets was approximately 17 cents tor's lead, which reached more than learned today. David G. Falrchlld, of Washington. in a hard fought game by the score a pound, or almost double the prices 25,000 this morning, wa3 steadily tration. It Is belloved that the Governor Mr. Unll Is a lawyer of repute and The" Inventor leaves another daugh- of 4 .to 2. Tho Islanders made all of opening doy hat year. whittled away as belated returns-frowill not niovo toward taking over ad- Is certain to conduct the affaire of ter, Mrs. Elslo M. Grosvenor, wife of of their troubte In the first stanza. rural districts, where the Long ditional mines until after ponding ne- district attornoy during his regime a Washington magazine editor. Bobbles by Hartford producing cause PRESBYTERY IS TO strength lay came in. Thruout tho gotiations between, tho miners and with credit to himself and the GovCONVENE AX BEDA day Mr. Long maintained a consistDr. Bell will be burled on top of for them all. After that one Inning operators aro concluded, but such ac- ernment. For some timo past he has Mount Beinn Breagh, a spot chosen not an enemy perched himself furent gain, with an average lead of aption Is forecast for tho Immediate fu- been owner, editor and mannger of by himself. The Leitchfleld Presbytery Is to proximately eighteen votes per prether on the homeward Journey than ture unless an agreement n reached. the Record Press, a weekly newspaconvene with the Beulah congrega cinct In tho country districts. Alexander Graham Bell lived to see the first station. Following ths Issunnci of a proc- per published In Hardlnsburg. Tinsley and Glenn formed the tion at Beda the 8th to 10th of Au experiments, which he began with a If this ratio Is maintained In the lamation declaring a state of martial Wo personally extend congratu- dead man's ear less than fifty years Blverslders' battery whllo Settle and gust, inclusive. Tho first session will 508 precincts yet to be heard from law to exist In the towns of Staunton, lations to our friend and brother ago, result In a means of communl- - Oflinger worked for Island. It is be held at 2:30 In the afternoon of Mr Lung has a chance of winning y Wllllamstown, Cloverland, Turner nowspapnr man on his good fortune cation for millions of sessions are to be. probably by less than 2,000 votes. said that tho near sider pltch'ed one the 8th. and Posey Township, nil In Clay coun- In being appointed to this responsible telephone conversations daily In all ot the "best games he has thus far held thereafter, or until the business In the Republican senatorial raca ty, Governor McCray announced that position. parts of the world. The possibility worked In, while Jeems ato up every- of tho Presbytery is brought to a R. R. Brewster, of Kansas City, enho had taken ovor two strip mines of close. of talking over a wire, ridiculed then thing that came In his direction. dorsed by tho regular organization, Consolidated tho Rowland-Powe- r as a dream by almost everybody, exprobably will win from by 20.01)0 to Company. The mines are In cept Bell, became during his lifetime Hartford and Beaver Dam's, most-'l- y AUTOS HANDLING 30,000 votes. tho hands" of a rccolvcr, James Cooper Beaver Dam's, colored team hooka reality, commonplace and marvelCHICAGO'S CROWD of Tcrro Haute, appointed by the ous. ed up with a team ot like hue, out of A PAYING COW What Is tho Government Going to Do Federal Court. at Riverside The Bell basic patent, known In the Owensboro, Sunday, About llerrin? (juration of Cars By StrlUa Makes But records nt Washington as No. 174,465 Park in a scrimmage that didn't end Tie-u- p "It must be romembercd," said . Rev. R. D Bennett, city, has a cow In Capital. Governor MtCray, "that the FedernI lilttlo Difference In has been called the most valuable till the game was over. Result: the from which he recently sold slightWindy City. receivership places the United States single patent ever Issued In the whole locals G; Owensboro 4. Owensboro ly moro than $101.00 worth of milk Washington. Aug. 3. (CapltalNews history of Invention. There are to- deserved only ono marker, that made Government b?hlnd these mines." In 100 days, In addition to taking a Development In tho coal day over 13,000.000 telephone Instru- by a slim, sleek, Chicago, 111., Aug. 1. With 25.-0- sufficient quantity for his homo use, This statement was taken to mean i Sorvlce). who put vthat any Interference with the opera-- j and rnllrond strlko and tho problems ments, through which billions ot tele one over tho river bank and went street car and elovated employes which he estimated to be worth betlon of tho mines would be nn offense arising from thorn have occupied so phone conversations are carried on from and to homo before It was on strike, paralyzing all cars for the tween $15 and $20.00. A good cow against both Federal and State laws, much attention In Washington that each year. found again. Birch Chinu and a per- third time In tho city's history, Chica- is an asset, a poor on? a liability. Statistics In tho office of the State I tho Ilerrln murders have apparently Means of communication had boen son they called "Happy Jack" work- go motored or walked today. Whllo men and women crowded MRS. O. C. MARTIN GIVES ed the first 8 innings, when Chlnn llno Inspector Indlcato that tho! been pushed to ono side. It Is tho a hobby In the Bell family long ,tho Inventor ot tho telephone became wilder, yea, much wilder than the pavements and store corners, mines taken over have been record belief of mon prominent In tho govHONOR ENTERTAINMENT 'lag a production of 18,000 tons of ernment, however, that tho question was born. Two generations back, that March hare, walking two and nearly everything that looked like a thero raised Is too vital to bo long Alexander Bell became noted for In- hitting one, with no one out. Then vehicle was used to move the crowds coal n month. This tonnago wassuf-flcleMrs. Otto C. Martin entertained, to meet the Immediate emer- forgotten, and that either Illinois or venting a system for overcoming Filbert Parks was S. O. S.'ed and with amazing facility and with little the Ladles' Social Club at her homo gency needs of tho Stato Institutions, tho United States Government must stammering speech, while, his son, succeeded in digging out of tho hole Inconvenience. It was the automo- on Main Street yestorday afternoon take sonio drastic .action before the 'Alexander Melville, Bell, father of tho unharmed. The "first batter he bile's triumph, 'according to traffic in honor of her guests Mesdnmes. AlIt was said. American people will allow tho mat-t- Inventor of the telephone, perfected a pitched to grounded toward third and policemen, who expressed a wonder bert Cunningham. B. B. Hughes and to rest. "LIZZY' BATTERING-RAsystem of visible speech. tle runner was thrown out at home. at the case with which the motor Misses Anna Killtck and Lucile SPLINTERS LIGHT POLK It Is pointed out that the condemWith this heritage, the son, horn In The next struck and hit nothing 3 fleets had apparently solved the treA number all of Leitchfleld. nation, horrow, and Indignation Edlnburg, Scotland, in 1847, under- times and the other went out on a mendous transportation problem. of games of progressive rook wer Four young people, whose names aroused by the wholesale killing of took similar experiments while still a foul via Happy Jack. With street cars out of the way and Indulged in, after which delightful nn artificial of fifty-fou- r, lad. He constructed we did not learn, said to bo from eighteen, the wounding traffic signs in- refreshments were served by tho hosa system ot one-wa- y n'nd the disappearance of eleven skull of gutta-perch- a and India rub( Beaver Dam. went through Hartford, The Bishnor aggregation took stalled In the dovntown section, po tess. late Wednesday evening In a Ford workers on Juno 22, Is not con- ber that would pronounce several Hetlln Into camp on th? former's Uco reported less than the usual conBesides the visitors, quite a numcar and when near tho Commercial fined to any one section of the words In weird tones, when blown in- grounds- Saturday, by tho score of gestion. Department stores crowds ber of the club members and other and most guests were present to enjoy the ocThe press of the Unit- to by a hand bellows. At the age of 12 to" 8. SncII, Hetlln and O. Ash-b- y showed no diminution Hotel corner tho young man on tho country. front seat, thinking that the lady ed States Is practically a unit In Its 16 he became, like his father, a formed the Bishnor battery while workers reached their places of em- casion. who was driving was not making tho responsible, In disgust with the find- - teacher of elocution, and an InstrucCondlt and Russoll performed llko ployment on time. LOUISVILLE MARKETS turn in proper manner, took hold of ing of the coroner's Jury, and la its tor of deaf mutes. There were several accidents durroles for the HTaflln outfit. The feaing the day, resulting in the Injury Boll spent three years In night tures of tho game were foir-pl- y the wheel, guvo It a sudden turn and demand that Justice bo done. A k Cattle Supply for the In the confusing moment following, significant fact, It Is noted, is tho work in a cellar in Salem, Mass. swats by Snell and Hetlln. of nearly a dozen persons and the Demand fairdeath of one man who was struck by trade was moderate. the car headed Into tho electric absence of much of any comment His money needs were mot by Gardilight poles on tho corner. No damage from labor papers. ner G. Hubbard, his future father-in-laBeaver Dam and the McHenry Ma- a passing "car while trying to board ly active for the beat light butcher stock at prevailing prices, with mewas done to tho occupants, but the i and Thomas Sanders, the "owner jesties staged a hard fought contest a MJItney." That tho cause of organized labor lights and windshield were broken has been dealt a powerful blow Is' of the cellar. As he worked hp be- on the former's diamond Sunday, rewas estimated that more than dium and Interior kinds slow and It and the front end of tho car some- -l conceded on all sides; that the Unlt- - gan to see the possibility of convey- sulting In the score of 4 to 3 in fa- 150,000 motor vehicles were brought uneven. Undertone steady on prime what battered. The poles were wired ed States Government must act If ing sposch over an electrically charg- vor of tho Beavers. It was a dandy into service and that with the help heavy steers; few ot that kind here, He used a affair trom start to finish. togethor, one ot which was In a bad tho State of Illinois will not. Is a de- ed wire the telephone". of the steam roads and "Shnnkes while medium and in between steers state of decay, was knocked about a mand which comes from tho leading dead man's ear for a transmitter. Stevens and Dossett worked at the mare" they carried the 2,540,000 are slow salo. Good outlet for tho-bes-t m quality stockers and feeders; talk," pivots for the Beaver "Cuss" boys daily patrons usually carried by the "If I can make a doaf-mufoot from Its base and the other con- Journals In many States. If newspaand common kinds slow sale. siderably silvered. tOnly the cross pers ropresent public opinion, then Bell had declared, "I can make Iron and Parrot and Phelps for the Ma- electrics .i Calves Prlcos unchanged. Best, No step toward a settlement has jesties. Wo could not got any, parand stay wires at the top prevented neither tho murderers nor the at- talk. f-- the poles from falling. tempts to minimize the affair have-anHis first success came while test- ticular details of the game, but were been made by either side tonight. veals $8 down; medium and common sympathy from tho groat bulk of ing his Instruments In his now quar- told that Stovens struck 'out 14 The workers are striking for a high- kinds $2 5. Best weighty calves MRS MARY WESTERFIELD Americans. Editorials from leading ters In Boston. Thomas A. Watson, Majesties. (Will havo to be cau- er wage than the surface lines havo slow sale. Hogs Demand active and prices DIES AFTER LONG ILLNESS ' papcr8 In nraetlcnllv ovorv State. Boll's assistant, had struck a clock tious in our statements from hence offered ind for a continuation of the I many Provinces In Canada, voice spring at one end of the wire, and forth.) eight hour day. The elevated men steady. Top hogs 120 to 225 pounds, and bftter B0 yehemont u sentiment for punlsh- - Boll was electrified to hear the sound want an extension of their present 10.70; 225 pounds up $10; pigs, 12D Mrs. Mary Westerflold,' pounds down $9.35; throwputs $7.10 game which was to have been wage agreemnt. Tcnown to her muuy friends as .Mary ment for the guilty, that, as one Sen in another room. For forty weoksthe Tho -- down. John," and wlfo of John C. Wester ator put it "Tho Federal Govern- Instrument struggled, as It weyo'for played nt Sulphur Springs, by the Sheep and Lambs Bulk ot the ofHeld, died at tho City hospital, Ow ment could not Ignore the matter If human speech. Then on March 10, team of that place and Equality Sun OVER SUDSCRIIW NEW ' ISSUE 100 PER CENT ferings consisted of stock owes, luav- 1876, Watson became almpst insane day, did not materialize, due to the onsboro, Wednesday night at nino It would." Ing 'a inodoito number ot lambs. . o'clock, after undergoing an operawith Joy when he hoard over the fact that the Equality boys did not Washington, Aug. 2. Nearly $1,- - Markat generally stoady, with hulk: wire, Bell's voice, Baying: tion Thursday of Inst week, lor tu- VISITING IN THE show up.caused perhaps by tho hard "OLD" HOME COUNTRY 000,000,000 oversubscription to the of tho top Iambs selling at. $12.50; mor, from which sho had been "Mr. Watson, como hero, I want rain which tell In the late foronoou. Treasury's new Issue of 4 Per cent lighter tops, down to $11.00; secyou." suffering for moro than "a year. Sho birthday, Bell 'Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Lowls and notes Is announced by onds $6 6.50. The best tat light wns 4G vears of ago. and a daughter On his twenty-nint- h Hartford goes to Morgantown Sat- short-terof tho lato Lou's A. and Georgia Ann 'daughters, Miss Oma F. and Mrs. received his pntont. It was nt tho urday and will have Central City on Secretary Mellon. Subscriptions for sheep $5 down heavy sheep, $3 down bucks $2.503. Good demand for (Knave) Sharp. Sho was born in Clevoland Robblus nndHhe lattor's lit Centennial Exposition held at Phil- for a game Sunday afternoon. A big tho Issue, which was for about ho stated, aggregated more the best stock owes at steady prices. Daviess County, near Whltesville, tie son, Thomas L., who resldo in adelphia, two months later, where bunch ot fans should bs on hands whero sho resided until sho was 13, Jcfforson County, 15 miles out ot men of science tho world ovor who to witness the Sunday afternoon per- than $1,200,000,000. Exchanges of 4 por cent Victory MARRIAGE LICENSES highway, had comb to examine and study the formance. Tho RIversIdecs lo3t n years of age, when sho with hor par- Louisville, on tho Dlxlo RECENTLY ISSUED moved to tho Magau country, spent Wednesday night In Hartford, numerous Inventions exhibited, saw hard game to Central City sonio time notes for tho new Treasury notes, he ents 7, 1892, whore Mr. Lewis was born and rear- - Prof. BelJ Blvo a practical demonstra- ago and are going out determined to announcod, aro proceeding satisfacthis county. On January T. E. GruDb, Echols to Olllo torily. she was married to John 0. Westor-fiel- d, red, Mr. Lowls Is a grandson of tho tion ot the transmission of. the hu- make the standing 50-5being "kept open un- Browu, Caneyville. wasjjoru sovon lato William (Blllie,) Field. Tho man voice by oloctrlclty. The books are to which union Choster Frlsby, Perry Co., Ky., to KENTUCKIAN HELD til August 8 in order to give Victory children, three of whom died In In- party motored to tho Buford country death, her yesterday to vlow some of tho old ILLINOIS BOYS SEE x make the ex- Edith Goodall, Beaver Dam. IN BRIDE'S MURDER note holders tlmo to fancy At the time of hor Lodyo Loyd, LIvId, Routo 2, to THE MAMMOTH CAVE change. home was In tho Taffy country, and landmarks and to sea some of the Florettn Plttman? LIvlaiRoute 2. Bowling Green, Ky., Aug. 2. W. 1 past year. Sho was oldor residents of that section. had boon for the Eugene Harold Junkln, Fredonia, Lorene Cleveland, Thomas Dawes Oscar English, who Is being held by FIRST MASONIC LODGE IN a member of the Antioch Christian FINLAND TO HE FOUNDED Pu to Etfle Loo Gentry, Prentiss. and Colver A'antreaso, three youths Los Angoles police In connection wlth chrlstlau, wlfo REGISTRAR OK VITAL Church, and a dovoted Scott Millard, McHenry, to Grace STATISTICS APPOINTED of Broughton, 111., paBsed through the death there Sunday of his brlds and mothor, a splendid type of woNow York, Aug. 1'. A special com- Renfrow, Beavor Dam, by all who know Hartford Tuesday enroute homo trom of three weeks, Mrs. May Dyer Engman, and well lovd Lytlo Hopper, Centertown, to BesMr. James If. Williams, city,, has a visit to tho Mammoth Cave. They lish, formerly was an oil operator In mission ot the Grand Lodge of Mahor. Sho will bo greatly missed by as well aB been appointed by tho Stato Board of made the trip horseback und spent Warren and Allen counties. Ho sons In New York State, headed by sie Downing, Centertown. lier friends and associates Duymou Wllnon, Rosine, to Lorino S. by hor family. In addition to her Health as registrar bf vital statis- only ono day at tho cave, due to their bought and sold leases In both places Supiem.8 Court Justice Arthur toEmbry, Roslne. Is tics for tho local district. Mr. Wil- Inability to procure feed for their and operated a rig in Allen County Tompkins, Grand Mastor, sailed , grief Btrlcken husband she Elijah Maasle. Hartford Routo 6, Augponies. John Porter, a fourth boy, for a whlje. Relatives' could not be, day on tho Frederick VIII to consticd by three daughters, Mrs. Rommlo liams received his commission tute the first Masonic Lodge In the to Hello BroolcB, Hartford Routo 5, , Browu, ust 3rd, and has assumed tho dutlos who made- - tho trip, is returning via located here. Helton, Sunnydalo. Mrs. Jesse t will be loHarlan Schroadcr, Slinraono, to Mrs. English, who is believed to Republic of Finland. near Deanfleld and Mrs. Protua Tuy-lo- s, of his oftlco. Ho succeeds Dr. J. B. Leitchfleld, where ho stopped a tew Loafy Burden S'mmona. have been poIoaed, was a stater of cated at Helslngfora. country, ono son, Tappao. days "to visit relative. of the Taffy ed let-dolong-distanAll-daCol-llori- es is it less crime to kill by Wholesale? left-hand- er 00 be-fo- ro - nt or Mc-Clu- re, - tnld-weo- te ' mo-dlu- . ' , - , m $300,-000,00- 0, 0. w- - V GERMAN LABORERS TO REBUILD RUINS Scattered Sites, Chosen For Work Of Army Of Men. Paris, July 29. Armed with pick and shovels, a dermnn labor army will Invade Franco, under tho orders of thp reparations commission, If present plans evolved by the French rnTnUter of public works, M. Yves Lo Troquer, and backed by M. Polncare, tfecomo a reality. For several Germany has been offering to rebuild the devasted regions of Northern Fraffcc, but has never been able to reach nn agreement with Paris. The French explained that It was too much to expect to ask the inhabitants of tho devastated, area to receive, even as workmen, the men who had boon in tho villages as op- lovo that kind of work!" 3hc made good. I knew that she would. Most of us "hate" to do jthU or that kind of task. Wo regard our work as a bitter pill, and, --since clrcumstano?3 compef us to swallow it wc demand It Is refresh.1 thick sugar-coatining to hear a worker say that she "lov-s- " to work; when that Is her mental attltudo, Invariably sho Justifies our confldenco In her ability to mako good. I. C. Magazine. g. QUANTUM THEORY NEAR POSSIBILITY Would Mako Klnsteln's Child' J n Comparison. Play - When you yawn a good deal In the daytime, feel dull, nchey and want to stretch frequently It Is an unmlstaka--- f hlo symptom of malaria,, and unless you do something at onco you arc booked for a spell of chills. Herblno Is a chill modlclno that will prevent or cure the dlsoase. It drives out the Impurities on which tho malarial germ thrives, strengthens tho liver and cleanses tho bowels. Price GOc. tum Theory promises to revolutionize Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. - m it. Einstein showed there were o kinks In space. Tho Quantum Theo KVANOKLIHT HAYS CJIKLH ry shows there are gaps either In AUK KUMj OF THK DKVIL tlmo or In time multiplied by energy. It has taught us- the vital truth that Tho forwardChicago, July 30. there Is ono law for the Individual ness and Immodesty of Aniorlcan girls atom, but another for a collection pressors. of "Perhaps tho villagers would aro responsible for a great rush of atoms commonly known as matter. recognize In tho gang foreman tho young mon to ncccpt religion, Paul What It Means. sergeants of tho German army of a Itader, ovangellst, told an audience "Let me explain, first, what haryear or two ago. We can not ask In his steel tent In the tabernacle at nessing the atom means. It Is simour people to face this," declared M. Clark and Halsted Streets tonight. ply the artificial dlslutcgraton of the "Young men aro not marrying as atom In Tho Germnns took adPolncare. order to utilize tlia energy Is vantage of the French refusal to they used to. Tho marriage rate stored In It for the practical purposes spread propaganda that tho French falling becauso men don't want flap of life. business Interests refused to permit pers." "The energy stored In such ele"0T I "M tYA TSVtt Ho said that ot the' 300 converts the Germans to rebuild tho devastatments as thorium and uranium Is opened re glons, because French profiteers slnco tho local meetings wore ed stupendous. In one ton ot uranium Insist upon getting their commission 200 aro men, tho great majority of there Is as much potential power as I V COHTCKTSIia. "whom are between 19 and 20 years of but of nny reconstruction work. in n million tons ot coal, and It only age. , Germany will be given her opporneeds the knowledge of how to Ignite "In othor years converts were wo- it how to cause tho atoms to break But tunity to work out her debt. men and elderly men young men up when wo the French will not permit the desire to maku this France.Dls-trlct- s wora supposed to bo too full of 'the power Immediately ,mans to rebuild Northern available. far removed from cities and devil to accept religion. It Is the "The cost and weight of atomic Where as few French live as posslblo girls of today who aro full of the energy would be negligible. One man will be selected. German industrial devil." would be able to carry, without effort rltie will be built, on the Ithin?, Surgeons agree that In cases of sufficient fued to drive a lnrg liner where Germans will build large dams Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds from Southampton to New York. I equipment. and install hydro-slectri- c BEST BY TEST the first treatment is mast important. seo no reason why he should not he I'vorytlilnff to Ho Gonniin. nying to the moon ueforo tho century When nn efflclont antiseptic is In out. In these German colonics to bo Inpromptly, thero Is no danger of stalled In the heart of Frarico every"Tho Immediately apparent effect Infection nnd tho wound begins to thing will be Gsrman except tho heal of the release of thp atom will probat once. For use on man or French engineers who will supervise beast, ably be the electrification of every- eight months of the experiment this Borozone Is tho ideal antisepthe work. German workers must tic I and lualing agent. Buy It now thing, and foresee 4hat In th' ntar years ar eln lino with those obtained leave their families In the Vaterland, last year and show that pullets be ready for an emergency. Price future we shall he an entirely and population. and the laborers will be housed In The transmutation which received a feed ot grain and 30c. 60c and $1.20. Sold by the temporary wooden barracks, many of Ohio County Drug Co. of one metal Into another will he a sour milk produced 111 eggs each m simple matter, as will b& tho pro- during the eight months. Pullets In which served to shelter American troops during the war. duction of new metals, or alloys, of another pen which received the same rAr enormous strength. It Is conceiv- grain feed and semi-soli- d' Tho labor regulations will all be butter-mll- k TrQ;jjranijjn3itmnmntiiic3JP' u , German. The laborers wilt be paid able, too, th3t such terrific force Instead ot sour skimmllk QUESTIONS might eventunlly he liberated as to in German marks, with a small sup110 eggs each during the same and Bible Answers plement In francs to 1)3 bought by the blow up the world. time. Pullets that were fed a comIf Parents will encourage children to look dp Discipline will be up to contractors. War. monly recommended ration of grain and memorize the Uible A newer, it will prove apnccieoa iicnuw w iua m aiier years. "Then consider the possibilities of and drjv mash, produced: only 97 eggs the Germans to manage. war. The first nation to discover the each during the eight mouths. Five large construction enterprises fe'nniuimiijjinimumini&Kip?1" """tnnrfli ! , secret will be In. a position to wIp have been approved by tho French 's Apply, n cotton cloth wet with cabinet. In all but one of thfiin the was ths first to announce tho out all the other natlqns, literally. In Who Snow Liniment to all wounds, laborers will bo exclusively German. resurrection of Jesus, and to 'whom a quarter ot an hour. It could send cuts, burns, sores or blisters, and note In all five, however, the German gov was the announcement made? Matt. over an airplane with a 2,000-poun- d bomb which would have as devasta ernment will he compelled by the 28: its wonderful healing power. It is d of the ing an effect as that of a million prompt and very effective. Price 30c, French to buy about After Jesus tho Christ appeared to d Oe and$r.20' per bottle. Sold by material from French firms. his disciples, what command did he airplane carrylnv the 2 m Ohio County Drug Co. bombs In use today. The largest Job Is the Installation give then? Matt. 28:19-2plant at Dor,dogne. "An atomic bomb- .with a force of a hydro-electrWhat question did tho rich ruler Twenty-fiv- e equivalent to tho existing 2,000' HOOT HOT CONTROL TO thousand German work- ask Jesus? Luke 18:18. HE SHOWN TO GIIOWEKS men will be needed for this work, What reply did Jesus give to the pound bombs, would wefgh almost Which will take four years. Twelve question of tho rich ruler? Luke less than a penny postcard. thousand German laborers will be us- 18: "The question Is: Which will that Lexington,-- Ky., Aug. 1. When ed on the installation of a power Burley tobacco growers and other Who will shine as the stars Dan nation he? plant on the Rhone. This gigantic iel 12:3. "Einstein picved we live, j.0 to persons Interested Inthe production enterprise will take ten years to What was Gamaliel's advice to tho speak in a specs- rMstorted 11 rw the of this crop gather here August 10 space behind a convex mirror.' The for the tobacco field meeting to be Council? Acts 5: 38-3In addition to the thro3 hydroWhen Peter asksd Jesus how many Quantum Theory proves that we have Held on the Kentucky Agricultural electric plants, GOO German workmen times he shoulir forgiro his brother, a cinematographic existence consist- Experiment Station farm they will of discontinuous bo shown striking proof that root 'Vill be engaged In constructing a what did the Master say? Matt. 18: ing of a serl Jumps. We should have to scrap alt rot, one oC tho most destructive to tunnel thru the Vosees, on the ihe laws of physics as accepted frr.ni bacco diseases known, can be confxiail line from Mulhoue to Eplnal. the days of Newton onwards for practically wiped out. by About one billion francs will be exConstipation Is the starting point tho simple reason that If applied to trolled anddisease-resistapended In a new canal In tun north strains ot the uso of many serious diseases. To bo atomic phenomena th?y are not only standup-Hurleyeast of France to connect the SarrelJ for it ha been announc healthy, ko3p the bowels active and inadequate but utterly wrong. They rivMoselle, Meuso and Meuse-Escaby those In charge of the program. regular. Herblne will remove all ac- - only apply to directly observable phe- ed A part ers. of the field meeting will be cunvulatlons in tho bowols and put nomena, such ns tho revolution of the devoted to a tour oC tho station plots the system' in prime condition Price planets round tho sun, In which the on which resistant strains of Burley THK LOW) LOVKTII Com-pau- y. billions of atoms concerned permit ot are malting a normal growth while A CHKKUPUIi WOllKKIl COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug m tho law or average coming Into operplants from tho commonly grown va' ation. As soon as you bring them to rieties In the next row aro woak and The otlur day a girl typist asked me to help her obtain a position, There Is more Catarrh In this section bear on the Individual atom .v? are stunted as a result of being Infected diseases than There was a vacancy, but tho work of the countryand (or all other was sup- now beginning tf realize that tluy with tho rot. years It put together, yta tedious and required accurate posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed are hopelessly innccurate. t local remedies, and by constantly falling 'The mere existence of atoms Is Intyping of many columns of figures. to cure with local treatment, pronounced KAi.v 1 knew nothing of hor ability, and It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease. compatible with tho old laws, and It con-influenced by Is only Vhen wo have learned thru An uundrod kings may corno aud so, lur meager experience made mo hesi- greatly and therefore constitutional requires constitudltlons and empires rise and fall, tate to recommend her, until she said tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi- the Quantum Theory what underlies manufactured J. Cheney something that turned the trick In cine, Toledo, Ohio, by P. constitutional& their stability that we shall really ho nut Baby with his Biulles and curls Is a Co., and disintegrate Is Monarch ot us all. her favor. What do you suppose It I remedy, is taken Internally and acts ablo to control on thru The roses gave him finger tlpst. thQ. was? Whon I explained In detail the of thethe Blood One the Mucous Surfaces -' them." System. Hundred Dollars robright stars gavo him eyes. character of the position, she re- ward Is offered for anytocase that HallV cure. Send for Catarrh Medlclno falls When the baby Is suturing the Tht sweetest music of "the world sponded promptly and slncoroly, "I circulars and testimonials. V. J. CIIBNKY & CO., Toledo. Ohio. double affliction of hot weather and within his laughtor lies,-Sold by Drusgl'ts. 75c. bowel disorders, the remedy needed And so his willing slaves make haste constipation. Hall's Family rills for Is McGee's Uaby Elixir. It nducos ft) do his least command, MAN IN JKALOUS KAC1K tho foverish condition, corrects tho An Autocrat of Lovo, he rules suKTAIIS Glltlj TO DKATIT stomach aud checks looseners ot the Wompremo In Cradle-Lanbowels. Price 35c nnd GOc per bot- an's Home Companion, July, 1922. Laporte, 2nd., July 30. Knife tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Cotn- wounds Inflicted by a Jealous lover pany. m "I am told." said the caller, "that caused the death last night of Miss your husband is engaged on a work l'oarl Owens, 22 years old, at Michi- MILK 1'HOVKS HKTTKK THAN of profane h'tory." MASH KOK KfiO I'KOHUCTION gan City. August Smiley is being "Yes, replied tho author's wife,"1 sought for murder. "It certainly that way when Loxlngtou, Ky Aug. 1. Contra- I heard him correcting the proofs," The murder was precipitated by a quurrol Friday night. Smiley accus- ry to common recommendations on Washington S nr. ed the girl of recotvlng the attentions poultry feeding, 'no dry mash is required for mnxlmum egg production of nnothejr rann. Sho denied It. butSmiley then grabbed a largo knife when sour skimmllk, senvl-soll- d from tho tablo, seized the girl by tho termilk or plain buttermilk is fed as For Infants and Children hulr and backed her against a wall. a source at unlnial protein to laying While holding her lu this position hens, according to results ot tasto be- In Us For Over Years he gouged out ouo eye, hacked nt ing conducted for tho second year at Always bears the other, and plunged the knife Into tho Kentucky Agdcutural Experithe ment Station. Signature of her bod many times before Results obtalnod during tho Aral . ap-pi- ed alr-bo- in pro--dycBal-lard8. one-thir000-poun0. ic 19-2- 5. 9. 21-2- 2. nt , ut H London, July 29. "Wo aro on the ovo of scientific discoveries of so sensational and so a character as to render ElnstHn")! theory, by comparison, child's play. I predict thatVIthln th next five, ten or at the outsldo twenty years, man will bo ablo to say: "I have har- nessed tho atom." Tho underlying factor in the conquest of the atom is that Tfimarkablo affair, tho Quan tum Theory." This represents tho vfow of one of the most eminent English scientists. "Einstein," he added, "astonished the world with relativity. The Quan- "' Penny Foolish Wise and Pound Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money th&t you are saving anything. . There9s Only One Way to Save on Bake Day USE - .. The Economy CALUMET BAKING POWDER It costs only a fraction of a cent for each baking. 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Finishing gruelling work l.l.liL. I. . 1 K y . ti ' i v u Utf t which brought him into dally and hourly contact with murder, Nathan Btrchall Jr., resigning stenographer of the Homicide Bureau of Now York County, declared recently his dreams were freo from haunting visions of gory killings. The man who has nnswered an average of COO calls to the of violent death overy year ho served says his Iron nerve has kept him from being preyed upon by his gruesome experiences. Practically every murder that has happened in Manhattan since 1908 1003, driving the "999" racing American tires, that have ever taken car, Barney Oldficld started his first place in the French Grand Prix. has registered on Blrchall's telephone. Awakened from sleep, at all career of victories that later They have won for three consecuearned him the title of "Master tive years in the 500-mihours of the night called from theaIndianDriver of The World." To overters and dinner parties by the news apolis Sweepstakes. So far in 1922, come the tire weaknesses that made Oldfields have lowered four World's of sudden and mysterious death, he racing difficult and dangerous, he Records and seven track records. has seized his stenographer's notestudied tires specified materials-superv- ised book and rushed to the arena of construction. crime. eviThe Wichita Test Run gave "While I have answered about 600 dence of Oldficld superiority in tourToday, Barney Oldficld is known ing when a calls yearly," he ald today, "not set of four Cords covmore than half of these were propas the "Master' Tire Builder." ered 34,525 miles over rutted, frozen, erly within my domain, as accidental Starting with the crude tires which carried the "999" one mile in sixty winter roads a performance atdeaths hardly required my services. tested by the Mayor of Wichita. Only where seconds, Oldficld gradually destatements veloped his famous Cords a set of of an assassin's victim, or of witSee your dealer and get a set of which covered 500 miles at eighty-eig- ht nesses to slaylngs, or confession of miles an hour without a these rugged tires that Barney Old-fiel- d defendants before arraignment are change. has developed and perfected noeded has my work been required." g through a lifetime of practical tire Perhaps one reason why His work has never affected his In three years Oldficld tires have experience. Their performance will convince you that 'they are "The spirit when off duty is that Birchall won every important race on American speedways. They are the only Most Trustworthy Tires Built." and possesses a powis thirty-thre- e erful will. "I renlly regret having to give this work up," he said. "But I am planning for my future In accepting a Job as .secretary to a Municipal Court Judge In New York." Among the recent murder cases in which Mr. Birchall was called on were the Elwell case. In which ho declares there' was comparatively little work for him, as little testimony of a Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD MOTOR CO. direct nature was obtalnabe and no Beaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. statement; the Hans Beaver Dam, Ky. Schmid trunk murder mastery, when J. F. CASEBIER & SON he went to Sing Sing to take down the priest murderer's last story In the llfo. When a man knows that a hot latter's final attempt to escape the WASHINGTON COMMENT Move burnt, he keeps his hands' oft MOSLEMS SPURN .chair; the Velth case, where a young CHRISTIAN HELP It. When he knows that oil soothes, man killed the false friend who asr be anoints bis burned fingers. When sauited his mother, and was acquitted The best friends of labor, organiz- we all know, what some of us now Constantinople, July 1. Inclined and the Varotta kidnaping and mured and not organized are more and realise, that the Imperfections of our to be indifferent to relief from der case, In which Roberto Raffaelo-hamore fearful that 'tho right to strike' existence are du$ to tho fact that a hands, the Moslem Inhabijust been sentenced to die. baa been- emphasized too, much, and lot of us know no better, we will all tants of tho Crimea, still in want, are Three causes are cited by Birchall that, when it runs afoul of the gen- unite for better education, for more appealing for succor to the people of for the rocent murder wave. They eral right of every one to poaceful education, for finer education. Anatolia, felow Moslems. "We have are: We have too much reverence for hopes that Turkey, Alghanlstan and life, it must give way to the greater First Quarrels. good of the greater number. "book learning" and not enough Egypt will help us," .they say thru Second Hold-up- s. befor the difference Tho country is tired of strikes. Tho their representatives, "for we prefer Third Bootleg whisky. whole people of the United States are tween acquired knowledge and ac- a mouthful of bread from tho Turks Jn spite of his proximity to the tired of having their coal and trans- quired ability to think. It is educa- to sacks of wheat from other sources.' city's most horrible tragedies Birchall portation either interfered with or tion which teaches thinking, not Nevertheless Christian relief Is go- has preserved his optimism and threatened. Since the birth of or- dates and facts alone, which wo all ing into the Crimea, for the Ameri- views the future with high hope. ! ganized labor Americans have .been need. It Is not only more schools, can Relief Administration is distriIn sympathy with the right of men but better schools we must have. McIIENRY. buting foodstuffs there, and Moslems This 13 an- also have heeded the call. Thru the collectively to bargain and collectiveY,ou hnve guotsed it! ly to protest against injustice by a other .argument for the Towner-Sterlin- g Red Crescent delegation to the CriThe Southern Chautauqua Service But of work bill, now before Congress, creat- mea, Turkey-hacollective cessation sent 10,000 sacks of Is here this week. that sympathy has been extended to ing a Department of Education, which flour Into tho district. Mr. O. M. Ferrell has returned States not striking men, who fought a fair shall aid our forty-eigTho Turkish delegation went to from Clay, KJ where he wont to fight, who interfered not at all with only to educate more of us, but ac- Baghtela Soral and to Akmozdjed, look over a position for the I. C R. it. complish that education better, quick- I the Moslem sections of the Crimea. Company. the Innocent and the nonpartisan. In tho did days, In the far West, a er, less expensively, more efficiently. Its members say tho famine Is not Miss Eliza Mae McReynolds has man had the right to shoot, if he Jt Is in education, not in army or so acute as It was. Relief is arriv- been the guest of friends here this felt himself Injured or threatened conference, arbitration or treaty, that ing from various sources. week. She was accompanied to her by another. The other man had a the hope of world penco lies; It ls home by Miss Lillian Tichenor and The Crimea today is an Independright to shoot, too. It-- was a case of education not legislation, which shall ent federal Soviet republic with a Messrs. Jess Thorpe and Walter a "falr field and no favor." When keep this nation in tho forefront of ministerial council composed chiefly Brown. ' towns grew larger promiscuous shoot- the world's civilization. Mr.1 and Mrs. Edward Nelson and of Moslems. The people make walkrelatives' In ing had to stop. Tho rights of Jho ing sticks, which are sent to Europe children are visiting RESOLUTION'S. Innocent bystander' became paia- and America for sale, therecelpts Penn. mount to tho rights of two men to being used for famlno relief. Tho Miss Sue Gardner has returned to Whereas tho students of the Tea- stricken territories have sent a com- McHenry after a visit of several "fight it out." The rights of many innocent cltl-i- f chers' Summer Normal of Ohio Coun- missioner to Angora, In Anatolia, the months, in Hot Springs, Ark. zone are paramount to tho rights of ty having enjoyed a most successful headquarters of Turkish Nationalist Several from here attended the It Is'the general and beneficial school, offer the fol- movement, who Is laying emphasis dance .at Sulphur Springs Saturday a few to strike. feeling of. legislators in Washington, lowing resolutions; on tho desire for help frojn Moslem night. 1. That we vote our thanks to tho sources. Ho describes the, situation Mr. Conrad Tichenor Ins opened sti oncost among the friends of organState and County Boards of Educa- as bad. Only three schools remain a shoe department In his father'.! ized labor, that It Is to labor's fit to find another way to settlo dlf-- ) tion and especially to the County onen, he says,' there has been no store. flcultles .than to strike in tho essen Superintendent, Mrs. I. S. Mason, for sowing of tho usual agricultural proTho McHenry Majestic ball team . giving us this Normal, thereby makfruit and will cross bats with the Beaver Dam ducts, tobacco cereals, tial industries coal ana iraiibijun-tloning it possible fro us to becomo more grapes, and the harvest outlook Is far team on the latter's diamond Sunday. Is their conviction that if labor competent teachers. It from promising. LlttleMlss Juanlta Hughes Is vis2. To our worthy faculty Prof iting her aunt, Mrs. Albert AVeaver, can not or will not, tho United. States CREDITORS' NOTICE can and will. The Innocent must and Mrs. T. P. Ellis and Prof. O. L. In Louisville. and Greenwood Notice Is hereby given to all parnot suffer that two disputants bo al- Shultz for their Interesting and Robert Mrs. lowed to fight; arbitration must take profitable Instruction. We voice the ties who have claims, against the 'ci- daughter, Miss Anuavbave returned tho place of Interference with malle, sontlment of the school by cordially tato of tho iato Simon Jones to pro-se- to Linton, Ind., after a visit with stoppage of coal, halting of trains. Invltlne them to return as our Insame to us, properly proven, on Mr. Greenwood's sister, Mrs. Millard. or before Sepember 1st, 1922, or The I. d. R. R. Co., la painting It peacefully, willingly, so mucfi tlw structors next year. 3. To the City Board of Educathy will bo forever barred. the depot a this place. better. If by force of arraH and drasJOE JAMES, Miss Mary Elizabeth Ashby is vistic laws, so much the worso for those tion for the use of the building and SAM JAMES. iting relatives here this week. who put personal rights before the to the citizens of Hartford for their hospitality and Administrators estate of Simon rights of tho wholo country, LUTHER TUItNEU. Chr'm., Jones, deceased, with will annexed, A Great Remedy. MRS. C. P. MIDKIFF, 4t3 Two thousand years of history ODl'E HARPER, The merits of Chamberlain's Colic makes It very plain that civilization Remedy nre well A Traveling Mnn's Experience. and Diarrhoea is no better and no worso than the You may learn something from the known and appreciated, but there Is averago citizens who. make and mainfollowing by W. II. Ireland, a travel- occasionally a man who had no actain l. FOR FLETCHER'S ing salesman of Louisville, Ky, , "In quaintance with them and should thousand years have not, and Two I the summer pf 1888 I had a severe read tho following by F. H. Dear, a doubtless ten thousand ysars will ' attack of cholera morbus. I gave thej hotel man at Dupuyer, Mont. "Four every one that a nation not, teach Teddy You haven't any whiskers hotel porter fifty cents and told him years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic can not bo legislated Into Utopia. The to buy me a bottle of Chamberlln's and Diarrhoea Remedy with such as I do, think as I. think, or I'll or very much hair. "do Sister's Hero Well, what of it? Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to wonderful results that I have, since pass a constitutional amendment Teddy Oh, I wao only wondering tako no substitute. I took a double recommended It to my friends," m making you" chap, will probably, like ... . how pa was, going to manage it. 118. lm dosa of It according to the directions l.uv, "Why did she leave her husband?" Sister's Hero Manage what? and wont to sleep. At five o'clock Uiijt he will decrease In numbers "He lost all bis money.' Teddy He. said he was going to tho ifext morning I was called by my that the aB tho knowledge spreads, "a train for my next "How?" of knowledge Is the answer mop up the floor with you. London order and took spread "She spent It." m stopping rlace, a well man." to all the problemvot our Imported, Mothers Know That if x 3iT--i- -t wiXai y : Genuine Castoria J How The Master Driver Became Master Tire Builder IN le ' m UJ fl sinuuwmjuwiuvi fl ' .. ... uw IlngUlC JlOniaaQ i.iulHMfflfU -- . If Always uv Bears the Thereby IYomoUn$Dcstt Signature .v MtP Thoprf.inoandRestGoflQUi neither Op!um,Morphtaenor; of MncraLNoTNAncoTic, m . it f?mtriT.-- A TF.R CENT. AVorfrl.ififorrenafalionlDfAs ...Afi..tUn.lfivT?H)nla - .. If V JtndtVtbttt b (UnMSqr k i SriJW NKlrt t,tnfnl Remedy fof Constipation t?r-:ciinc- ?:iM t'SwS vtxkM rcsdUnhcrcfiojnjnjnfanty. 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They "eat cni, alive" at the Sou Water Street freight station of tho STEADY ON THE JOB. for steadiness on a Job is believed to be held by J. T. Kyle, engine foreman for tho Illinois Central System at Memphis, Tonu., whe has reported for duty and worked overy day for tlirpe consceutlve years. This means that he p.i.- - rd up all Sun days and holiday and was fortunate enough to escapo all sickness. Mr. Kyle,, according to tho August issue of the Illinois Central Magazine, has been in the servlco of the Illinois Cen years. tral System for twenty-sove- n A record freight, accord- CASTOR A N" Tlt-BIt- s. ing to Mr. Well. In one month Mr. Wells' force loaded 1,215,000 packages Into 6,945 cars and only 204 packages were mlsloadcd, and these, of course, were not lost. For this excellent recor'd Mr. Wells gives credit to system, and supervision. The freight, ho points out, "comes to us motor vehicles, by horse-dratrunks, transfer cars, boats, and from underneath the ground by elec tric tunnel cars and wo expect any J A countryman with a local reputation ns a vocalist attended a dinner, and was ask?d to sing. Altho ho had no music with him, and was as hoarse aB a bo consented to try, but broke down. "Never theo mind, lad," said an elderly guest, trying to clwr hltn up; "never mind the breakdown, for thou's dono thy best; but th' fellow as asked thqo t' sing bught to be fg, 61 of" V rfhe Hartford KARTFOHD Republican OOMTANY. niley, Roscoe Stono and M. T. Likens, of Hartford, were In town Thursday, making appralfal of property of R. STRAY STREAKS WMftallih'ftii Mc-Phe- if I! W. Qulsenberry, which Is to be sold (By Fluke McFluke.) soon. Mr. James Wilson, of Texas, and We aro wondering If Buddy his sister, Mrs. Tannic Bland of chum of I. D. Claire, h3S noslster-n-laStarr Mills, are visiting their W. S. TINSLEl', Editor ticed that deaths from alcoholism Mrs. J. P. Wilson, this week. and Business Manager. havo increased In' the neighborhood Miss Sadie Hudson, of Hartford, is 100 per cent during the last year. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook, this of Kntcred according to law at ttio Poetoffico, Hartford, Ky'., as wall week. Hard luck is a persistent follower Mrs. Ernest Truman returned Fri taatter of the second class. of our trail. Just on the eve of the day from a visit with her sister, Mrs. week when Thomas Is to get out an Address all communications to B. F. May, at Cloverport. i Issue of tho sheet while on his vacaMr. J. W. Myers Is having a barn (The Hartford Republican. tion, klt rains floods and muddles the Mr. J. S. Hughes has charge erected. waters to such an extent that a fish of the work. notice: subscribers see bis way to find our bait. Mr. M.'C. Stone went to Indlanapq-11s- . can't desiring the paper sent Subscribers We are going tho. Tuesday. . "to a new hddress must glvo the old . School commenced at this place tddress In making the request. We sent out statements recently to Business Locals and Notices 10c Monday, with Mr. Earl Miller teachline, and 8c per llje for each ing In the place of Mrs. M. C. Stone, nil of our subscribers who were in ar Insertion. rears, nnd Willi Battle Nail Is not Obituaries, Resolution and Cards who has not yet fully recovered from pi Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for the effect of an operation for tonslll- - on our printed list we also included him in those behind with the shop, as ach head line and signautre, money tls. ony a reader of our paper U advance. Mrs. Ray Cook, who had been the he Is not Church Notices for services free, but many others coming to our office put other advertisements, lc per guest gf her mother, In Hartford, ns well, also as a consumer of our word. for several days, returned Sunday. Anonymous communications will of Horse ice water and space. Miss Myrtle Cannon, receive no attention. , town Sunday. Branch, was in If I. D. Claire does to Bat Nail Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Nabors and TELEPHONE Mamie and Paul- what he says he Intends to do, we'll daughters, Misses 69 Farmers Mutual bet ns much ns four-bi- ts against a ino Hurt, and Mr. O. D. May attend Saturday. gill of shine that there's a fight, or ed the picnic at Whltesvillo a dickens of a quarrel, most probably AUGUST 4 FRIDAY Mr. Floyd Payton went to McIIen-r- y the latter, In our end of town before Monday. we get back from our excursion down Mrs. A. B. Stone of Fordsvllle, was Between the strikers and the emthe river. ployers its dog days for the great In town Tuesday. Mrs. Ray Cook commenced her common people. Mr. and Mrs. Ranse Martin were school at White Oaks Monday. two of the old people shucks, rats! I Mrs. Martha Oiler and son, Steve If the price of coal keeps on soaramong the old peoing we may remove our grate, raise Arnold, went to Owensboro, Friday. mean they were ple doggone It, I mean they attendMrs. Minnie Hurt of Indianapolis, arch, set our Jambs further apart, the drag out our old "dog irons" and Ind., is visiting her mother, Mrs. ed the old folk's meeting at Green River, Sunday. Lou Faught. burn wood again, working Mr. J. C. Duggins, who Is There's no luck so1 bad as hard If the Louisville Colonels will In Deanfleld, came home Saturday. luck. We had an Invite to a roast come to Hartford, we think the River-alde- rs Mr. Hade Hurt, who is working can trim them neatly and If at Taylor Mines, was here Saturday. goat and smothered chicken supper Saturday night, and, altho we comwe can't turn the trick we will send menced at 5:30 that morning we lor the Morgantown team. HERBERT didn't get our day's work done Until I 7 that evening and then It was too As we close our forms it seems the Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Obenchaln, of late to join the others and get there. Misourl Democratic primary result Owensboro, are the guests of the for in the senatorial race between Sena- mer's sister, Mrs, O. T. Burdette. ' The world may be growing worse tor Reed and Breckenrldge Long may Mr. and Mrs. Will Holland were be very close. Yesterday's press re- the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Mil- from day to day but the most of us !have a hankering to continue gracing ports had Reed leading by near 7, ler Sunday. It with our presence. "VOO with his opponent making gains Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart and in rural sections. Long was a mem- chldren of Weber, were th,e guests of Somebody said Bat Nail drank a ber of Wilson's official Mrs. Amanda Stewart Sunday. bottle of hair tonic the other day and family, and the Wilson element and Miss Nina Burdette attended the extremists made a finish fight for Bible Institute at Ford3vlle Monday. now he has a fuzzy feeling In his stomach, also within his head e. bim in the In case Miss Mas Smith of Hartford, began Reed Is finally defeated we presume her school here Monday. Knickerbockers were seen on the that a certain line of the press of the Mr. Henry Chambers has purchased streets of this quiet burg for the country will refer to the incident as a new car. first time, early this week. "Another black eye for President Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and Harding," but should he win what children were the guests of Mr. and An Evangells says "Girls are full then? . . Mrs. Virgil Miller Sunday- of the devil." And generaly speakMiss Mattle Barnett was the guest ing they an tolerably well accompaWe cannot find blame for the of her sister, Mrs. Flora Hawkins, nied and surrounded by his majesty's heads- failure to agree to Railroads' Thursday. imps in male attire. take all of the strikers back, place Mr. and Mrs. George Holland visthem in their former positions with ited Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Rearden, Albert Cox was In town Monday priority standing just as though they Sunday. avered that be could take one had never thrown up .their jobs, Guy Midkiff of Owensboro, and Mr. swig of shine and whip I. D. Claire, which In thousands of Instances, if was the guest of his father, Mr. Grant ,Flukp, Jack Dempsey and the whole reports are to be relied on at all, Midkiff, Sunday. Republican force. In fact he coverhave been filled by men who remainMr. Boss and Dee Crowe, of Owens ed at their posts and by others who boro, were guests of Mr. Walker ed almost as much territory as the Morgantown Baseball team. were cqntracted with after the strike Haynes Sunday. went into effect. If there Is any case wa3 the Miss Myrtle Reynolds Ross Taylor saye as how he Is out wherein a man forfeits his rights of guest of Misses Virglj) Mae and Nina o'luck Just now, being as bis wife has standing attained by time of service, Burdstto Saturday. company and he could get out nights, Jt must be when he quits said Job and but Heg hasn't got his dive open leaves his employee In tho lurch. The QUIET HAS REIGNED SINCE yet! man who labors should always be FIRE OF SNIPERS RETURNED treated fairly. No person would Heg's palntin some tables mahowish it otherwise, but remember Frankfort, Ky., Aug. 1. Quiet there are those who kept laboring, has reigned In the Bennett's Fork re- gany in color and some plain white. along with others whom the stewards gion ever since Kentucky National He says nothing red Is to be served went out and hired. To kick the new guardsmen returned the fire of sni- on the whit tables no white on the mahogany. We're flgurln oh tryln man out would most assuredly be a pers In the hills about their guard breach of faith and perhaps, as the posts, on Sunday night, Captain B. C. both out. Railway executives state, of contract today reported to acting Herndon MUZZLE YOUR DOGS as well.' adjutant general Major Ike Wilder. Major Wilder said that ho talked to INJUNCTION GRANTED Because of a widespread epidemic Major li. II. Ai ST. L. RAILWAY both Captain Herndon and of rabies the State Board of Health In charge of the NaJames K. Dillon, has authorized me to see that all unLouisville, Ky Aug. 1. Judge A. tional guard forces at Packard and. muzzled dogs found running at large everything was quiet. that both said M. J. Cochran of the Eastern In Ohio County, are immediately killReports from Corbln where guard, of Kentucky who was here toowners of dogs should at keeping an eye on the ed. All day to hear contempt cases, of L. & officers are once see that they are propely muzN. strikers, granted a restraining or- railroad strike situation were that zled or suffer the consequences. der against the striking shopmen Of there was no change 612 G. A. RALPH. Sheriff O. C. 4 the L. H. & St. L. railroad, with shops ANTI-KKLUX CANDIDATE IROJIE, UNDER ARSIS, READY at Cloverport. SUCCESSFUL IN OKLAHOMA Tho order was practically the FOR DISORDERS IN STRIKE iame as those issued to the L. & N. Oklahoma City, Okla., Aug. 2. arid Illinois Central here, excpt that Rome, Aug. . The Italian Govof the ernment today converted Rome Into only one picket Is permitted. Between With approximately twonty-flv- e vaiid fifty men are on estimated total vote counted tonight, a virtual armed camp as a precaution(strike at Cloverport and the shops Mayor J. C. Wulon, of Oklahoma City, ary measure against, possible disorFarmer-LabKlux ders incident to the general strike and anti-K- u are being operated bM new workers. case was Het'for a bearing .a Klan candidate, appeared virtually called in protest against recent FasThe assured of the Democratic nomlna cist! reprisals against communists. week from Thursday, ' , tlon for governor. Walton Increas The police and military measures I -- ri OLlTON ed his lead over R. H. Wilson, state. adopted by the Government were so superintendent of public instruction, extraordinary tha tit is believed the Mrs. Culllo Wedding? jrent to Hor-to- n an alleged Ku Klux Klan candidate, effectiveness of the strike will be ' to almost 20,000 votes on the face of Friday. : minimized. Mrs. A. L. Mitchell, who is visiting official returns from 1,686' precincts ! z relatives here, went to Sprlnk Lick out of a total of 2,837 In Oklahoma. BOND PRICES Saturday, to visithen. brother, Mr. E. i D. Miller. FARM LOANS Liberty 101.10 Mrs. Frank-St- . Clair, who has been Liberty 1st 4s 101.36 visiting Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Payton, We are in a position to promptly Liberty 2d 4s 100.52 returned to her home at McHenry procure loans on desirable farm Liberty 1st 4 Vis 101.40 Friday. lands, situated In Daviess and ad- Liberty 2d 4 Us 100.62' R, L. Amies, of Louisville, joining counties, on 40 years time Liberty 3d Mrs. 100.62, 44s who has been visiting her brother, with liberal prepayment privileges. Liberty 4th 4 Us 101.40 ' C. (B. Lyons, returned to her home Interest Loans under govern- Victory ; . Thursday. ment supervision. Victory 100.86' Mrs. C. R. Crowe, of Smlthland, L. P. TANNER. The above quotations do not in- -' was the guest of Mr. T. W, Daniel 116 W. 2nd. St., Owensboro. elude accrued interest, which is add- and family, Monday and Tuesday. or loanB in Ohio county see Judge ed from date of previous coupon Judge C, M.( Cr,owp,t Messrs. R,o Jno B. Wilson, Hartford,. Ky. j 6t2 ' payment to date of sale. Published Weekly by riUNTING Incorporated v : fT77Mi s W ttUif) iii;i:r.ni jjj ll j Hi VAIVE-IN-HE- AP VS sr fo v to al tt t i v n Come in and see the tuP fiisnn iy -- New BUICK !!( t il': for 1923 a 3 esrF"' h. The Seasons finest and most complete line of motor cars fourteen Distinctive Models 1 ) , r ACTON BROS., HARTFORD, KY. 1 show-me-stat- jr I igpjta'om, : - 'wiwiii Jwv2s--'-r.- .- -: r - Illinois Central System's Appreciation of Its Faithful Employes The pension department of the Illlpols Central System, which has been In operation twonty-on- o years, is a strong factor in promoting the allegiance of employes. Tho Illinois Central System was tha third railroad in the country to establish a pension system for Its employes, and up to date It has paid out to pensioners a total of $2,456,000.00. Since the adoption of the pension system 1,490 employe have been retired on pension. Under the pension system as operated iy the Illinois Central System, each year or servlco by an employe serves In the same manner as the paymen t of a premium on on endowment insurance policy. The main difference Is that there Is no charge whatever against the employe. Tho pension system Is financed entirely by the railroad. The amount of tho pension awarded depends upon the length of service and tho average pay. For each year of continuous service tho pensioner Is a llowcd 1 per cent of tho average monthly pay rc ' celved during the last ten yeara of his active service. Thus, an employe with thirty years of service to his credit who had received an average of $150 a month during the last ten years would, upon retiring, ricelvo 30 per cent of $150, or $45 a month during the remainder of his life; with forty years o f service he would receive $"60 a month, and jvlth fifty years of service he would receive $75 a month. An employe with thirty years of servlco to his credit who had received an nverago of $200 a month during the last ten years would, upon retiring, receive 30 per oent of $200, or $60, a month during the remainder of his life; with forty years of service ho would receive- - $80 a month.' and with fifty years of service he would receive $100 a month. An employe with thirty years of service to h is credit who had received an avorage of $250 a month during the last ten years would, upon rotirlng, receive 30 per cent of $260, or $75 a month during the remainder of his life; with forty years- - of service ho would receive $100 a'month, and with fifty years of service ho would receive $125 a month. The .minimum pension is $25 a month, and any employe entitled to less than that under tho computation as outlined above receives the minimum. An employe does not have to live to be any certain age in order to obtain tho benefits of tho pension systjm, if he becomes incapacitated for work. In some cases employs who have not boen In the service more than fifteen yrfrs, regardless of their a ge, have been pensioned. The rulo'is that any employe who becomes Incapacitated after twenty-fiv-e years of servlco Is entitled to bo pensioned. Jn addition tothe foregoing, the pensioned employes of tho Illinois Central System recelve'other-consideratlonwhich attest the esteemi In which they are held by the railroad, among them annual passes for themselves and their wives over the lines of the entire Illinois Central System. That the interest of tho pensioned employes and their loyalty to the company can bp counted upon has been evidenced many times by their readlnnessi to rotum to active service and render such ' as they can In times of emergency.' board of pensions, which administers tho department, The composed of officers who thomolves have been in the service of the railroad many years. The service records of the. board members range years. from eighteen to forty-si-x We belleva that the employes of the Illinois C entral System us a body are as efficient and a3 loyal as any largo body of employes in the service of any oiher railroad or any other large Industry They aro invaluable to our railway system and our patrons, and we believe that our patrons havo that same high appreciation of the fidelity and loyalty and efficiency that we have. Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited, s dls-trj- et U i two-thir- ds or ly v 3s 6. 3s ..: 4s ! C.H.MARKHAM, x ntrllilBolHCeiitnaHyktcm. ," l ' mm i Phyto Ballel cur s Rheumatism. Mr. Arthur Loach, city, Louisville yesterday. was In August Specials! We are offering you some very special values for Friday and Saturday buying. Remember now, these two days only, do these pnces prevail. If interested, see us. 5 Mr and Mrs. C. 0. Hunter, city, were In Owensboro Saturday, Mr. L. M. Asklns, Narrows Route 2., was n pleasant caller at this office, while In lovnvSaturdiy. There was a large crowd of co growers In town yesterday, tobac Messrs. Turner and Lewis Burns, of Owensboro, were In Hartford ycs terday. T- - 'LBMXTOs Mr. M. L. Heavrln Is able to be Mr. and Mrs. William R. Wydlck, out again after being confined to of Earllngton. are the cuests of rela- his room a few days with Illness. Uvea In this city. Miss Eva Mao Smith, of this city, Miss Annabell King, city, is spendleft Saturday for Herbert, whero she ing tho week-en- d began teaching school Monday. wlth Miss Clara Hoover, of Clear Run. Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Crowe, city, Mrs. R. C, Whlttaker of tho Dells sp2nt the week-en- d in McHenry, the guests of Mrs. Crowe's parents, Mr. Run country, Is serlouBly ill with can cer, at tho City hospital, Owensboro. and Mrs. Maddox. Mr. Hyron Williams, who has been Miss QuBtlne Mills spent Saturday night and Sunday with her sister, In school at Lexington, is visiting his father, Mr. Rufus Williams, of Mrs. Timer Wctorfleld and Mr, Hartford Route 2. Wca-tertlel- yards Kimona Crepe for 10 yards Apron Ginghora 5 yards 25c Ginghams 8 yards Brown Crash 10 yards LL Brown Sheeting 3 yards 50c Organdy 5 yards 35c Lawn 3 Sun ;........'.. '. .. 1.00 1.00 specials are jours every one These twenty-fou- r of them a special for Friday and Saturday. None Saturday at sold before that time, nor none One $1.50 Corset One $1.25 Umbrella 2 yards 75c Table Linen 1 House Dress, value $1.50 . . . 2 pairsSilk Hose, 75c value Five 25c Ladies' Vests 4 yards 40c Hair Ribbon 10 yards 15c Drapery Window Shades Two 6-One $1.50 Child's Gingham Dress 3 yards Table Oil Cloth 1 Organdy Waist, $1.25 value 3 pairsChildren's 50c Sox 1 pair Child's $1.50 sandals 2 Men's 75c Knit Ties 1 Men's $1.25 Pongee Shirt Hats $1.00 1.00 .', ... . 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 ..:.,. 1.00 ". d, Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Oglesby, Mr and Mrs. C. J.'Doyd and Mrs. Kmmett Render, of Centertown, motor ed to Owensboro Tuesday. - .Mi. A. C. Porter, f6r some time past manager of the Creasey Corporation's Wholesale house In Paducah, has resigned his position, and to Hartford, temporarily. reutrn-e- d .... 1:00 ..... - 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 100 several weeks with Mrs. Turley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. . WilMr. J. H. B. Carson accompanied liams and other relatives. by Mrs. Carson, will leave Monday for Louisville and Cincinnati, to purchase goods for the firm of Carson & Co. Mrs. U. P. Dennis, of Indianapolis, has been tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Halite Cook, and other relatives in this city, for the past several days. tle son, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Turley and litof Chicago, 111., arrived here Tuesday evening to spend Now For Reduced Prices ON ft. 100 Mrs. J. W. Walton, of Chicago, 111., has been visiting- her uncle, Mr. Leslie Coombs and Mrs. Coombs, Hartford Route 2, for the past several days. Miss Mary Louise Renfrow, who spent two weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Wayne Stevens, of near town, returned to her home at Narrows Rev. and Mrs. T. T. Frazler and .family returned to their home here, Tuesday from Providence, Ky., where they hod been since Wednsday of last week, the guests of Mrs. Frazler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wilson. Mrs. Albert Cunningham, Mrs. B. I). Hughes and Misses Anna Killick and Luclle McClure, of Leltchfleld, Summer Clothing Enjoy all the Smart Styles you Demand with a Cool SumComfort, never dreamed of in a KEEP-KOO- L mer Suit. Palm Beach Suits, regular price $12.50, now. .$ 9.00 Palm Beach Suits, regular price $13.50, now. . 10.00 Palm Beach Suits, regular price $15.00, now. . 11.00 Mohair Suits regular price $18.00, now.i 13.50 If you are in need of a Summer Suit Don't miss this opportunity. arrived fn Hartford Wednesday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin and family, the remainder of 4 the week. pricesiquoted. t J&B&Gb The Hartford MMDAY Mrs. L. C Leach returned to her An lco cream supper will bo given ai the West Nocreek school house, home In Owensboro Wednesday, afSaturday night August 5th. Pro- ter spending a week with her daugh ceeds to go for the lenefit of the ter, Mrs. E. T. Sandefur, and Mr. school. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Sharer Louisville, spent last week in HartMiss Mary Louise Tappan returnford, tho guests' of Mr. Sharer's brother, Mr. TW. Sharer and Mrs. ed to her home here last 'night, from Boiling Green, where she had. been Sharer. since Saturday, the guest of Miss Messrs. O. R. TInsley 'and Wm. Dorcas Lyons, city, who is attending Lake, of the Washington 'country con- school at the Western Kentucky template going to Bowling Green, to- State Normal, and Miss Flora ,of Bowling Green. day, where they will spend three ot days. four Mr. R. H. Gillespie and little Mrs. C, M. Burnett, city, left yes- grandson, James Carlisle Gillespie, terday for Nashville, Tenn., where city, spent from Tuesday until yestersho will spend three weeks with her day in Louisville, the guests of their daughter, Mrs. E. "W. Cooper, and daughter, and aunt, Miss Bessie M. Gillespie, who accompanied them Mr. Cooper. home to ippend her vacaton with them, and other relatives. MJss Edyth TInsley of the Washington country, who underwent an Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan enteroperation In Owonshoro last week, guests, returned to that city today for addi tained their last week-en- d Mrs. G. W. Brunton, Memphis, Tenn., treatment. tional and Miss Myrtle Park, Detroit, Small, red Mich., with a dace at their home on STRAYED OR STOLE?? Cow, 6 years old, crop off ot right Washington Street Saturday night. in They also entertained Tuesday night ear, swallow-for- k and under-bi- t left. Notify PRESTON DAUGHER-T- In honor of the Mesdames Lallinger Taylor Mines. Ct2 and Travis. Gal-lqw.Y, Sandefur, Beaver Dam. She was accompanied to Owensboro by Mrs. M. of L. Heavrln and Mrs. CecIL Heavrin. Carson "ASK THEM" When the hot months come, And the cream won't raise, Tho' you keep it In waetr, For days and days. You wonder why, Your neighbors don't fret, And keep their milk. Where it's cool and wet. Then you ship a can, And think It's tunny, They ship the same, And get more money. t (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Republican AUGUST "Phyto'jalicl Blood Purifier. Mr. W. H 4 ,neS9 Parks, cltv. made a trp t &,, bus- - Mondar. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS J'hyto Sallcl body builder. Thyto Salfcl at all Dealers. SMOKE ELPERBOlOcents. Mrs. AIney TIclienor of near town, will go to Owensboro today to take treatment Miss Mary Render, of Ccutcrtown, was a caller at this office, while in town Monday- Mr. E. Y. .Park, of Central City, arrived in town Saturday to spend soveral days wUh relatlvc.8 , m Cures Malaria, Chills, Fear-c- r HiHous Fever, Colds and LaGripiie. 501206 4 r ir I spending a week with friends and rel- Hopkinsvllle, organization chairman atives In the Dundee country, return- of the association. ed to their home In Indianapolis, Ind., The meeting was still in session city, has Tuesday. They motored through, Miss Mary E. Marks, Mr i. a nnrratt. who has been late .yesterday afternoon vjhen we to attend ill of appendicitis, for several days, gone to Bowling Green, were forced to close our forms, but Miss Myrtle Gooden, of lectures at the Western Normal prospects for the acquisitions ot a is Borne better. Mo., arrived in Hartford last large Teachers' College. membership of growers and the Saturday to make an extended visit s)gnlng.np of a bIg acreage of lhe Miss Minerva Johnson, of near Mr. and Mrs. R, L. Dover have purwuu uei sruiiu-iJuieuivjujji. unu weed were Indeed very flattering. town, spent the weekend with Mlbs chased the McCracken borne on Mrs. S. K. Cox and other relatives. ' Bessie Morris, city. The gathering was a representaStreet and moved into same tive one, and embraced almost every Master Mortoy Walker, and little section ot of last week. 'Messrs. Virgil Renfrow and J. E. the County. Those presMiss Caroline Brown Render, city, ent were given a plain, forceful pre wero in town. Mitchell of DundeV Mr. and Mrs, Ellis Foster and left Wednesday for Owensboro, where sentation of plans, details and results Monday, on business. son. Ellis Maddox. city, are spend- - they will spend a week as the guests ot such an organization as Is attain P. Taylor and ed by Bennett, city, Is the ing the week In Llvermore. with Mr. of their aunt, Mrs,-A- . . Miss Mamie the asociatlon. It family. guest of her sister, Mrs. Ed Johnson, ana Mrs. u. tu. urown is predicted that the greater portion of Ohio County's tobacco, the suffiand Mr. Johnson, Llvermore. Mrs. Jeff Watterson left Wodnes- Mrs. Herbert Arnold and two cient percentage thereof, will be ot Houston, Texas, are making pledged so ' Mrs J I Goodman has returned day morning for her home in Ashley, in - an extended visit with Mrs. Arnold's j thlg 6ecUoiJ(ias to Insure its Bccesa spending- a week in Hartto Hartford! after Beveral dayB visit HI., after parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Rayraer, ... .. uhm-. ford, the guest of rolatlves. ... Teiaiives iu of Neafus. They were guests of Mr. THE FUQUA8 RETURN Mrs. J. L. Lallinger and Mrs. W. and Mrs. Alfred Stewart, Hartford, FROM MOTOR VISIT M. L. Heaviin and Mrs. Lula ot Loulsvillo, spent from from Sunday until Thursday ot this Coppage, city, were in Owensboro E. Travis Monday until Wednesday in this city, week. , Rev. and Mrs.R, E. Fuqua, Mr. Friday of last week, shopping. tho guests ot Dr. and Mrs. J. B. and Mrs. W. R. Fuqua and Mr. RichMrs. G. W. Brunton ot Memphis, ard Fuqua, city, returned WednesMr. John Allen Wilson, of Memphis ' Tann., and Miss Myrtle Park, of De- day from a week's trip by auto, to Tenn., spent Sundny with his parents, Dr, C. M. Heavrln', of Hawesvlllo, troit, Mich., who are visiting their Louisville, Frankfort, Lexington and Judge and 'Mrs. Jno. B. Wilson. spent Tuesday and Wednesday of parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Park, many other points ot Interest in the . : '. week in this city, the guest ot ot the Central Grove country, spent bluegrass section. They were Joined Young Griffith Mitchell ot Dupdee,. last Camp Knox, where his son, Mr, Cecil Heavrln, and Mrs. Saturday' and Sunday in Hartford, in Louisville by Mr. and Mrs. G. E. left Tuesday for Heavrln, and bis bfwlll remain a month In the R.. 0. Heavrln and Mrs. brother, Mr. M. L, the guests of their cousin, Mre. J. B. Fuqua who also made the remainHeavrin. Tappan and Dr, Tappan. der of the' trip. B, I - Mrs. G. A. Ralph and children. Mr. Watt Taylor, of Matanzas, was James Arthur and Martha Elizabeth, c'ty- - are visiting relatives in Whltes- In town yesterday. I villo. j Dr. J. S. Smith, of McHenry, was I Miss Myrtle Maddox city, spent the nmnni mir rnllpru Tuesday. weekend In Ileavor Dam, the guest Mr. O. H. Shultz, Beaver Dam, R. of her parents, 'Mr. and Mrs. S. M. F. D. 2, visited at this office Tiles- - Maddox. I day. ' I Mrs. Artie Wilson, .of Memphis, Mr. S. H. Oglesby, Centcrtown, Tenn., is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Route 1, was a caller at thlB office Leslie Coombs, and Mr. Coombs, R. p D- 2- - Hartford. Tuesday. , MEET Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stewart and little son, Chester, of this place, atWAS WELL ATTENDED tended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Stewart's father, Mr. C. U. Splendid Aildrss Muilo Ity I'assori; Rnymer, of Neafus, Sunday. neitu; Prospects Good For Organization Judge and Mrs. John B. 'Wilson, and son, Levi, went to Owensboro The meeting of Ohio County tobacWednesday, whero Levi underwent co growers, held at Hartford yesteran operation for tho removal ot bis1 day, was attended by a large crowd. tonsils, at tho City hospital. The courthouse was crowded, and the closest of attention accorded the Mr. and Mrs. Noah White, after main speaker, Joseph Passonheau of Then ask them WHY; The same story they'll tell, ' It's a DE LAVAL, The kind we sell. Geo. A. Barnes S. P. Taylor-A- . S. Chinn Sam Shaver D. E. V. W. ' Silas Stevens Frank Wallace Herman Plrtte H. E. 'Mllligan Waldon Haynes Hez Ward T. W. Miller D. T. Black Addle Mathews Jodie Miller Less Shultz E. A. Barnard Holland Shown Lewis Robertson Edd Curtis F. T. Wilson J. W. Edmonson Minnie Ragland Finis Evans T. W. Ragland W. E. Brown Bessie Hughes n ii A cH I Elvis Render Emanuel Ward W. B. Campbell Mrs. McMurtry Will Ward Sam Rhodes R. I. Barnard Otis Stevens W. H. Shacklett Denham Leach James Caldwell W. F. Bsrryman George Schroader C. Ward Sandefur Godfrey Bennett D..J, Carter W. P. Brown G. W. Armstrong T. L. Loyd Fleetwood Ward S.Lyons ' Will "Shaver W. I. Walls J Hiram Mller Loyd Wornica James Lewis W. W. Dexter J. H. Dodson Golden Stalsworth L. M. "Ward A. W. Carson S. T. Williams J. D. Taylor Leo Taylor ya vmwv.. n Ask For a Demonstration and Terms. m. J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS Furniture Rugs, DAM, - KENTUCKY. Stoves.-BEAVE- BOTH PHONES. The Hartford Republican one year for only J1.5Q. X - . "wwwww- - vmm m -- aRp X TBLUE TIGER HAS COUIIT'8 foot walls, starved out tho occupants, WILL NOT APPEAL , VEIIDICT ON PLAYFKLIAIW of onslaughts bntcr It was tho seen by Cromwell and the Covenanters. New York, July 29. riayfcllow, . tho thorobred full brother of Man o I. C. IlAIMtOAIVH habits moss TIE BILL War, whose legal g controversy becaused a long Qulncy and Rnncocas staEvery time the clock ticks tho tween tho Qulncy System Is speeding ble owners, Is back In the Illinois Central barn, and, Sam Hlldreth, representcents 'for cross tics. Six cross 11 ing the Hancocss stable, holds Jamos tics are replaced each mlnuto twenty-fou- r check for $100,000. hours a day for 300 working F. Johnson's recently ruled PlayTho courts year, acordlng to a writer in days a a windsuckcr and directed that the August Issue of the Illlnosl Cen- fellow 2,629,050 tlos the Qulncy stable should return with tral Magazine. If the $100,000 Hlldreth &. purchased by the system in 1921 were, Interest the paid for him last year. John placed end. to end, they would make Sinclair today, he announced, not a line nearly 4,000 miles long, or son decided distance to appeal from the verdict.. more than four tlmea the Playfellow Is to bo shipped tomorfrom Chicago to New Orleans. The to cross ties was row to Saratoga to resume racing. tal expenditure for more thnn $20,000 a day In 1921 Young Man (calling his sweetheart while tho cost for the system, exclu- on the phone) Is that you, darllngy sive of switch and bridge ties and not Girl's Father (who has gout) Er Including tho cost of applying them yes. to the track, was In excess of Young Man Oh, good! How's the year. The coit lr. for the I mean to old boy's gout, my pet? place represented more thin 22 cr say. If he still has it, I'll come round cent of all expenditures chargeaUK tonlght.Vit if he hasn't we'll go out to maintenance of way and struc to some show! tures. Tho average first cost per tie was $1.55. Hubby When 1 married you I thought you were an angel. Wlfie 1 inferred as much. From TO CROSS OCEAN the very first you seemed to think I IN FISHING JUNK could get along without clothes." wlnd-suckln-- 52SH5ESH52SH52SSSSS2515- - CHINESE EXCITED TartJc Orpiiilro To Hunt. Out Baist That HftH Carried OH Many ChUUrcn. .Aboard the S. S. Soochow en route -'to Canton, July 29. Thte mysterious "Blue Tiger of Amoy" Is causing much excitement In China and every- one from Boy Chapman Andrews to missionaries and business men with leanings toward adventure who have tried to kill or capture him have K By FLORENCE MCLLISH B A CASK OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of gaSHSH5SSHS2SH5ES2SHS25HS2SHSaSZi'il . Ml, by J.lcOlure Ncwapapar tiyndleata. . was a boy of eleven, when he says he first put out on a sealing vessel from He is of Dutch parentage, Victoria. but was taken to Canada in his infancy by his parents. Captain Waard's experience in China extends over a decade, several years of which he was skipper of a Chinese coaster operated by a large British export house out of Hongkong. More recently he has been engaged In supervising the construction of a pier for an American trading concern. The Amoy, which was the subject of no little press notice In Shanghai, with a feet over-a- ll Is sixty-eigbeam of eighteen feet, and is modeled on the lines of a typical Chinese fishing junk. Aside from sails and sweeps, it has no other motive pow ent tiger. er. Captain Waard said his ship actWaited for Hours. when ed splendidly on its trip to Shanghai "He waited for hours, and from Amoy. the tiger finally returned to her cubs " boy Bho was carrying a little Chinese Tho Best Physic-Whein her mouth. The young man shot you want a pleasant physic and killed the tiger and found that try Chamberlain's Tablets. They are the little boy was still living. Ho easy Jo take and mild and rentle in killed the four cubs and started down effect. They aro highly prized by the trail carrying the boy. people who have become acquainted "When nearly down he met a party with their good qualities. They only on a tiger hunt. The Chinese boy cost a quarter. m was the only son of a wealthy Chinese who was a most valuable con- U. S. LEADS THE WOULD IN AUTO MANUFACTURING nection for the firm with which tho So young American was connected. everything ended happily the ilub Washington, July 27. The United members were game and paid up the States leads the world in tho export young man'B back club chits as a re- of motor cars and motor trucks, acgard for killing the tiger; tho firm cording to the National Automobile head gave him a talking to and rais- Chamber of Commerce. Forty per cent of the automobiles j ed his salary, and tho wealthy old Mandarin gave him a largo reward exported In 1921, tho chamber astor saving his son." v serts, came directly from American Today wo were told the young man factories. Ten per cent more wera Js one of the most successful men In exported from United States branches South China. In Canada, and the bulk of the 25 of Foochow, Amov and per cent exports from France The Canton are no joke, and or all tho American war vehicles. tigers the treat blue tiger Is iho An Old Fault Kinder roost famous. A large, reward has g disAn irritable and been offered for his capture. (By Booker in Louisville Her- position Is often caused by indiges Edna Leo tion. A man with good digestion and ald. bowels that act regularly is usually dc CABTLK, MADE FAMOUS BY good natured. When troubled with Kill WALTEIl SCOTT, BOLD indigestion or constipation take They Tablets. Chamberlain's London, July 29. Tantallon Cas-tl- o, strengthen the stomach and enable It for centuries the stronghold of to perform Its functions naturally. tha Douglases, was included in the They also cause a gentle movement m salo of tho North Berwick estate of of the bowels. s 2.C00 acres by Messrs. Knight, Frank "Mary," said the young man, "you and Rutloy on July 5. Sir Walter Scott's "Marmion" know I have always thought of you. In the battlements of Tantallon are the May I that is oh, will you be my roosting place of Clare and hor lover. wife?" "What a' start you gave me, Around its walls many fierce battles been fought. At one time tho George," she said. "I thought' from have castlo was besieged by King James your manner that you were going to V, wUo, falling to breach tho twelve- ask mo to lend you some money," old-timwhisky-soda-cocktall -ht n That there Is a tiger with blue and black stripes of unusual size has been established without a doubt, for he has been seen by many persons and has been known to carry oft several native children every year. Hoy Chapman Andrews, I am told, organized a special party to capture altho tho rare specimen of tiger, but bea'st "he had a glimpse of the famous he was unable to carry back his skin to New York. Any number of local parties' have spent days trying to kill him, but tho blue tiger Is very clever and seems to know Instinctively when he is trailed. Last summer he was unusually ferocious and swooped down upon tho mainlnifd, carrying off children, to tho terror of tho Chinese. This year unusual efforts are to be made to capture bin). Tigers Arc Ferocious. The tigers are unusually fferce In this section of China and swim over from the mainland to Amoy, capture a child and swim away before they can be shot by the Chinese. "When a tiger Is seen an alarm Is given and the members of the foreign community get up a search party. There is an unwritten law in tho .Amoy, Club that any member who comes into the club and reports having seen a tiger without having killed him must buy all the members present a drink usually whisky. But If he sees and kills the tiger and "brings the skin to the club his club expenses for the month are paid by the other members. The steamer Soochow docked for a few hours at Amoy on the trip from Shanghai to Canton, and an in Amoy told us a tale about tho China tigers as we rodo around the picturesque bay In gayly painted pink and blue and white sanpans, which looked like gondolas. "There was one young fellow who America," said -- came to Amoy from "and the East went the to, his head. He became a regular hound, and he ran up large gambling debts. He had no business playing bridge with the old cutthroats of the port but he didn't know it. Things went on from bad to worse he owed hundreds of dollars, was behind in his work, and the firm 4hat had brought him out was about ready to ship him home. "One day this young man went on for Amoy Is walk, up in the hills a built In the hills on the Island and, behind a largo rock, found four tiger cubs. He didn't say a word to the 1oys at the club, but the next day he started out with his glin. He went np near the rock to wait for tho par old-tim- er Tailed. - Thw Notice is hereby given to all partrip across ties who have claims against the esShanghai, July the Pacific from Shanghai port, to tate of the late Hannah Jones, to preVictoria, B. C, in a Chinese fishing sent same to us, properly proven, on junk with a registered tonnage of or before September 1st, 1922, or 23.13, manned by three Chinese sail- they will be forever barred. 4 SAM JAMES. ors is the plan or Capt. Geo. Ward, JOE JAMES, veteran of the Seven Seas. Executors, estate of Hannah Jones, Captain Waard declared his pur4t3 pose aboard his junk, the Amoy, deceased. which he had- built himself at Amoy We need a few lines to Foreman in ,the winter. His purpose was to from Shanghai on June 25 and fill up a column. sail Rural Editor (wearily) Weill say steer a course along tho coast of Korea thru the Straits of Hakodate "The Prince of Wales has begun to and then follow the northern route wear old clothes because they are across the Pacific, stopping possibly more comfortable". Perhaps It will at the Aleutian Islands. He said he start a fashion that you and I can Buffum." believed he could complete the voy- follow. "Why. Lois! You're bright as the in the age and arrive at Victoria Alice Are you engaged to Fred? morning'. Hits something Important part of August. latter I've khuppened?" cried Miss Buffum, as the Virginia no! Goodness, "I'm carrying no cargo and no girl poIed herself on the threshold got an option on him! passengers," Captain Waard said, merely , with r.ws alight. "and' it isn't going to be a pleasure "What do jou think? There's a big He I had a good joke to tell you trip exactly, for I expect we will meet this evening, but I see you are not In box In the hull of 'II. I.' " with rough going." At the age of a condition to receive it. "Lois Parnienter! How do you know 39 Captain Waard dates his sea exwhat It's full of? You haven't been Why? She perience back to the time when he He Because if your face lights up, boring Into it?" 8. A - Chinese Sailors To Sail For Old Tiine Pacific Mariner. Vcs-m- -I CREDITORS' NOTICE Lois l'nnucnter dropped upon her favorite stool, clasping her slim hands about her knees. "This room Is an onsls. How do you manage It? Is It this braided rug or those Turkey red curtains?" Miss BufTum looked tip from the d skirt she was darning, she nnsworcd, "I guess It's Dicky-bird,- " with mi nfTcctliitiutc glance toward u cage which held an nged canary. "Letters, Lois? No, bad news?" "The worst." "Is It from those editors?" Miss Buffum's tone Implied that thtwe editors had renched the limit of her forbrnrnneo. "Yes, Just listen. This is from the Mirror: 'Sorry to return "Between the Rivers." Your description of river Kconery Is ripping, but the Action market Is governed by the same laws that govern the codllsh market, the law of demand nnd Kiipply. What our readers want Is II. I. and It's up to us to fee that they get It. Put more 11. I. In your ttorlcs, and we'll be glad to pi Int them.' "Isn't that the limit? Codfish, Indeed I This Is from the North Star. 'We are returning "Isabella's Garden" with regret. It's total luck of H. 1. for our It unavailable renders columns.' " "But, Lois, If that 'II. I.' Is what they want, why don't you put some of It In?" "I haven't the remotest Idea what It Is. Do ym know, Miss Buffum?" "Dear, no! I huven't uny education." Miss BulTum seemed to enfold the girl In her womanly sympathy as she might have wrapped her In the old plnld shawl. I liked "You'll make good, Lois. thnt garden story. I could smell the pinks. But why didn't Isabella come out herself?" "Slio did, once." "But she didn't stay long." "She had lots to do. And o have I." Lois sprang up. "Goodbye, Miss-plum-colore-- "Come In, Lois," sible Mis Buffum. called plain, sen- $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest hope to receive and best papers in the South and-wmany new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay! e I.'RUIT FROM TREE SET BY FIRST GOVERNOR Frankfort, Ky.,' July 29. A box of apples picked from an old apple trco on the homo place of the first governor of Kentucky has boon received by Governor Morrow, the gift coming from D. D. Pendergrnss, present owner of the home, In Shelby County. In his letter to the governor Mr. Pendeg'rass states that tho tree, tho which Is 108 lnche9 around trunk, four and n half feet from tho ground, Is supposed to hnvo been planted by tho fljrst governor of Kentucky, Isaac Shelby. It Is In nn orchard of ordinary tro?s, ho said, and looks like a giant oak. Unquestionably, Mr. Pendergrass said, the troa has borne fruit for nt least 100 years. Succeed wnen everything elje fan. In neivoui prostratloo and female Tveakncsee they are the supreme temedy, m thousands have testified. ifiers eetrici ft is ths best medicine ever Mid over a druggU 's counter. FOR KIDNCY.LIVERAND STOMACH TROUBLE Every Woman Wanted DIRECTORY Ohio County CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Mondny In March, May and July: third Monday in September and fourth Monday in November: Qcorgo S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. U,1KC Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, Calhoun. Clerk Frank Black. Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchcnor. ISuUFri. Hl A healing wonder for toe throat and tore eye cxUtunCiunr rnation.- Recommended by Lydia E. FinkliaRi Med. Co. for ten year. - FOR PFP;nMAi uvniPNP Dmolvcj in water for douche Hopt peine catarrh, ulceration and Infhun. 50e. tlcunna iiul mn'mjil imrr. 'J daniti, at po..'J br nal catarrh. EconowlcaL Mothers use tlrs ws fault-findin- COUNTY COURT "Certainly not, I didn't have a gimlet. But It says 'II. I.' on It in brass Convenes first 'Monday in each rz. Sexton Dogs are not . allowed tacks."! month: "Oh that stands for 'Harvey Ide.' " Judge R. R. Wedding. here, sir. why all this packing?" said "But County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Visitor That's not my dog. Lois. Clerk Guy Ranney. S,'xtou Not your dog! Why, he's "L'oretta's children are down with Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: following you. measles. I'm going by the next train.1 Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Well, so aro you. Boys' Will It be asking too much of you to Visitor look after Dicky.?" P. Jones. Magazine. "Miss Buffum! not enough If you -- Jailer Nat Hudson. "Do the kindest deed you can today; must go." QUARTERLY COURT Miss Buffum packed her shirt waists Smile your sweetest smile, and trust, with a sigh for this negative sort of Convenes first Monday in each month. pray; and kindness. You may be a Messenger of Light FISCAL COURT When Lois came In n little late for theLeading some sad heart from out dinner she noticed an unusual animaConvenes Tuesday after first Monnight; tion In the usual group. The new great miracles of boarder, vigorous, buoyant, genial, wus day in January; first Tuesday in God has worked April nnd October, R. R. Wedding d grace 'relating an adventure. The smiling, and County Judge, presiding. Through the gentle deed the kindly Mls Bond was almost . P. McCoy, Hartford. the anaemic Mr. Hemenwuy looked 1st HIstrlct-2-J(Clipped.) , face." W. C. Knott, Conter- 2nd District actually Interested. town. "That's a great experience, Mr. Ide," Blink I'm sorry, old man, that I 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons ho said. accused you of stealing. "Life Is full of great experiences," 1th District J. R. Murphy, Fords- Dink Never mind It was a muvlllo. You took me for a returned Mr. Ide. mistake. tual Then somebody Introduced Lois. nth District Sam H. HolbTook, Hart- thief and I took you for a gentleTho next morning wii3 Sunday, and ford, R. F. D. No. 4. man. Frivol. Lois and Mr. Ide fouud thuuiselves Cth District Mack Martin, Narrows, nlorfe at breakfast. R. F. D .No 2. "When I looked o,ut tho window, "A great morning," he ventured. J. Wnlter Taylor, BeaJohnny,,! was glad to see you playing "Very much like yesterday, I think." 7th District marbles' with Billy Simpklns." ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. The conversation languished. "We wuzzent playing marbl's, ma. "I write stories," she said abruptly. AUCATIOX BOARD OF "Do you? That must be great." We Just had a fight, and I was helpSuperintendent Mrs. I. S. Masbn. "Very little, lit present. It Just ing him j5lck up hl3 teeth." Judfje. came to me that you might help me!" Convenes First Monday In cvory a. Poet I seek a phrase that shall ' "Oh! I'd be glnd to und we'll take month. Mrs.Y S. Mason, S. S. O. C, Secretary-Treasurer. express the joy of life In two words. i long walk after church and a longer and one after dinner. We'll go every Sun- R. ri. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, Can you sugg.?st anything? Then small boys' like Kipling R. F. D. No. C. Unfeeling Friend Received pay day. bud better keep out of the way." W. R. Carson, Vlco Chairrnan, Hartment. ford. R. F. D. No. 3. Miss Buffum did not return until "Have you an opening for a bright, spring. Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. energetle college graduate?" "The blessed little hoy!" she cried, Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. "Yis, and don't slam It on your as Lois tripped In with Dicky's cage. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. way out." Medley. "Huk Dicky been a good bird and not Examinations. ' u mite of trouble?" For Common School Diplomas "He has been a very good bird.1' "But you, Lois. You've Improved Fourth Friday and Saturday in JanFOR FLETCHER'S wonderfully. You have a beautiful, uary, and Second Friday and Saturcolor." day irt May. To be held In Fords-vlll- e, "I've Just come In for a walk with aa Bdaver pam nnd Hartford. Hurvey." .NOTICE. For Teachers' Certificates Third "That's good for you, but what Friday and Saturday in May, Juno makes you call him Harvey?" Ohio Quarterly Court Except notice in "Because his name Isn't Horatio. and September. exSam Crowe, et nl u moment. Miss Buffum. given to the contrnry the latter But hit down vs. Notice. will be held in Hartford. aminations This letter won't keep." Ex parte. Miss Buffum dropped Into a clmlr OTHER OFFICERS Notice Is hereby given that the with on armful of shirt waists, und Thy Commissioner R. F. Keoyrn, undersigned petitioners will file their Lois read. Fordsville. "He "'My dear Miss Pnrmenter petition in the Ohio Quarterly Court C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo on the first Monday In September, That Goeth Forth to Buttle" will ap- Surveyor! pear In un early Issue, We have ac- Representative Ira Jones, White 1922, being Monday, September 4th, strong huRun. 1922, asking said court to enter an cepted It on account of lis HARTFORD man Interest. Wo shall bo glad to have order requiring Win, Hatler to re- you submit other 'stories.'" pollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. move certain gates erected on his "You dear child ! But I'm not n hit C, Blankenship. promises near his barn across the surprised, I knew those editors would Mayor W.' Council L. H. Bishop, Sely. o public highway leading from conio to their senses by spring." ROCKPORT to Horse llrincli. "And the best of It Is, we knqw now Robert L. Green, Judge. 'II. I.' stands for." Given under our hands this the what Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. Miss Buffum shot Lois n keen glance 21st day of July, 1922. over the shirt waists. Edd Cooper, Chairman. S.M CROWE, "In my opinion It stands for Harvey W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. IRA JONES, Ide." Stllll Mnson, Treasurer. LESLIE EMBRY, et al. the powder will go off. Goblin. r-- . frefls Veiratfue fl lurmeuwunxi Safe 01J FashiaieJ aC A -- 1.1 yy - aonial KEY'S can offer you. Keep SeTentj.fivayearacontin. aouiuio is thebedteiti. ReaeJy fir Worm VEIMIFUCE a r sour-face- hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. 30eabottlelrourdmfKitt'r can't a bottle always on snrtj store; or it your da tier tuppIryou(.colhUncun M! L 30c id tarapa and wa'U ad you a bottla promptly. A $. FRIY. Biltsun. HI. . WILL YOU. TAKE OUR f GERMINAL REMEDY l6Siar I A Trealaant X- - mIJMi ilr It for WEAK LUNGS or lo CONSUMPTION A quick relief (or tbtt tired, run down (celiac, coujhi, paint In cheat, nlnht iwealr. hemor. rbatfi, weak lunga or cooiumptlon. If il doaa sol kelp you i coats yon netbia. f; OHIO MEDICAL CO. . FORGONE MONTH SS Children Cry USE LI V-VER-- LAX CASTO RA For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, -- , j Ito-sin- Fceftrfcht nil tho time. Don't lay o from work for daya by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant .in- - Vtr-La- x on your feet, whilo relieving your troujx Je. Safer too, and cosy to take Dortt take anything else. You can't afford it. liminatcspoisons. cleanses ay tern and relieves constipation, a-- A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in Its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long beforo u.Ve-l- a win completely displace calomel in everj home.. Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Norl genuine without the likeness and sign' turooXL. K. Grtesby. For sale by v... " 4, FARM DEPARTMENT. Jcffer-sn- n Ons hundred seventy-fiv- e count farm boys and glrl who are members of, the Junior agricultural club In Hint county recently attended tho picnic hold for them at tho county fair grounds, according to Assistant County Agent S. V. Anderson. Games, stunts, and lectures ed to mnko tho day a profitable ono for tho youngsters. growers to warkot tholr cottyn i A Melton county farmers who arc cooperating with County Agent C. L. Hill nhd tho extension division of tho College of Agriculture will usin of 6,000 tons of limestone on their fields for soil Improvement before tho end of tho yaer, Mr. Hill says- - A slogan has been adopted to this effect and Indications nre that It will bo carried out, Mr. Hill added. A total of 82G people attended a nt series of eight! moving picture meetings held thruout Union county to point out recommended practices for tho farln and home, County Agent L. C. Urewor says. to-,t- nt re-co- Methods of controlling fruit diseases and Inserts together with proper Bpraylng methods nnd the most prof tablo orchard managemcntjirac-tlce- s recently wcro pointed out to more than Da Interested orchnrd owners of Ballard county during a tour to KOina of tho prominent orchards In that district, according Jo County Agent E A. Whalln. The orchards of II. I. Nance. Prank Russell nnd C M. Parsons woro visited during the. tour of Inspection. Publicity Aided Expansion of i'iiIosIh Campaign. Tiibrr- - When extensive campaigns against tuberculosis of cattlo wero launched many persons Interested In the dairy business predicted that giving publicity to such conditions would alarm tho consumer and reduce the consumption of milk and dairy products. Hut Instead of producing this result, says tho United States Department of Agriculture, the Increasing offorts to improve the halth o"f herds- have Inspired moro faith In the safety and value or foods from tho dairy cow. Hundreds of towns have made tu- berculosls regulations to provide for wholesome clean herds and to make milk and publicity has been gjven to tho various kinds of work belirjfdono Ity cltloa, counties, 'States and tho Department of Agriculture. As aire- suit or this work to improve tho health of tho dairy cow, statistics show that the number of cows has. of Increased nnd tho consumption milk Is greater than ever before. In recent months the most encouraging development In tho work of eradicating this great cattle disease has been the number of counties that p of this liavo mado a complete clean-uherds on every farm. This area work erais demonstrating that complete dication 1s not a dream but a practical possibility. The expenso will be paid for by moro efficient herd and better products. Klk Teeth are Worn by Squaws and White Men. Thousands of magnlflclont bull elk have been foiled in the Yellowstone Park region by hunters who Illegally mereshoot them down at all seasons, tba may be obly for the two teeth high tained from each and sold at a worn as ornaments. The price to bo bone fashion of wearing these bits of stick-plu- s, cuff links, as watch charms, and hatpins had been stoadlly ,in. tho once vast herds of elk exdwindle and are threatened with according to tho Biological tinction, Survey of tho Uulted States Department of Agriculture. waring or A tow years ngo the trimming threatened aigrettes for hat our most tho destruction of one of aroused through beautiful birds, but nubile sentiment a halt was called In Unless tlmo to conserve the birds. curbed (or elk teeth la the market mean tho before It Is too late it will of our elk, tho most extermination magnlflclent of nil deer. themIndian braves decorated claws made of selves with necklaces animal .taken from the most ferocious Only grizzly bear. in America, the 'tho nuaws wore elk teeth as lacerafrom tions and they used only those r lotto-In- s. killed for food and tho animals followNow tho vhlto men are are fashion of the squaws, but ing the tempts tho lowp'aylns n "Ice that and waste est characters to slaughter really worthless the elk for these understanding oC trinkets. A fuller of the the history and significance should we.u'n elk teeth cvstomof alr.F tho i,uve an Influence :n depreel "d thusjromovlng for nnrket wanto-- i destructhe it.centlvo .r this most valuation of our noblest and ble game animal. -- agents, and others'interested In ru ral welfaro an opportunity to dl3cusa moans of Improving farm nnd homo condition!? among the negroes ')f the State. Assistant Secretary Pugsloy of the United States Dopartmont of Agriculture in addressing tl conference, spoko of tho need of recognizing agrl-cultas tho Industry by which tho larger proportion of negroes earn their Jiving. Ho also called attention to tho need fur the right outlook with reforenco to this Industry nnd tlon of negroes for farm Ufa. Tho placo of negro schools nnd teachers in bringing about farm efficiency and contentment was emphasized. Tho value of boys' and girls' club work In the promotion of agriculture and homo economics was brought out. C. II. Smith, chief, Offlco of Exe, tension Work, States Relations stressed tho value of agricultural education In Improving farm and farm homo practices of negroes and tho need of cooperative effort, since the average Individual makes progress about In proportion aa tho entire community makes progress. Other speakers, Including members of tho extension staff of tho department, the director and assistant director of tho Virginia extension service, and tho principal and assistant principal of Tuskegee, discussed the Importance of an education In agri culture, thojieed for community recent developments In co operative marketing and Its baring on farming activities, tho development of extension work, and tho placa of Virginia in the expansion of extension work among negroes. Thore wcro 49 delegates from negro county extension clubs present at tho conference, 18 delegates from other negrocounty extension organizations, and 31 negro county extension agents. ur Sor-'Vlcnt, i There are 271 cotton warehouses now under Fodoral Llconso ns compared Avlth 230 wnrcbouscs May 31, 1921. Whllo tho numbir of IIcEnsod warehouses during this period has Increasod by only 32 a great many small warehouses woro dropped from tho system whllo n number of ware' houses with capacities ranging from fi.OOO to 7G.O00 bales camo under tho act. Tho result hns been that the licensed cotton storage capacity dur ing this tlmohns botn Increased more than three times what It was on May 31, 1921. Thcrfl has also beon a great In tho number of grain warehouses requesting to bo licensed under the Unltod States warehouse act, particularly iri tho Northwest. The number of grain warehouss now is 2G1; 1G tobacco warehouses and 23 wool warehouses are also licensed. I 444e GALLON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. I Miniature Kurin Shows Crop Rotu-- . tlon Methods t Fair. In Thayer County, Nebr., the county agent wished to show to as many farmers of tho county as possible a system of crop rotation adapted to their necd3. Ho selected the county fair as an opportunity of meeting perhaps tho largest number of farmers at any ono time. Securing from square space thp fair board a part of tho fair In a prominent grounds, ho laid off on It a miniature farm with fields in proportion to the ot are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we BLA2TS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You J. space. Corn, oats and wheat wero sown In tho fields In tlmo to bo growing nicely when tho fair opened; Imitation trees were placed to show tho location of tho orchard, and snwll modelt farm buildings added. Ovor 15,000 persons visited the tiny farm during tho fair, studying tho plan, and asking questions about tho rotation system. Tho first shipment of surplus war material used by tho American army HARTFORD REPUBLICAN?1 Frank Forrls and William Threl-kol- d are tho latest Livingston county farmers to Join the movement being directed against scrub breeding animals. ed a Each of them has purchasCoun- purtbred Hampshire ram, ty Agent I. C. Pace reports. T ' Tho Forest Products Laboratory of the Forest Service, United States Department of Agriculture, wa3 recently called upon t test wooden crates that would bo satisfactory for carrying Army aircraft bombs. Seven types of cates were tried In the experiment and one type was ovolved that would bombs, but spare parts for trucks. not only carry also 1,300 pound bombs. Camera Man Should Know Tho Ef fects of Climate. K A rrqlghfcar fumigating house, Climatic conditions powerfully in having a capacity of 14 railway cara at a time, h3s been completed fluence photographic work, points out and put into operation by the Fed- the Weatner uuroau oi me unueu eral Horticultural Board, U. S. De- States Department of Agriculture. work may be It 13 a Much photographic partment of Agriculture. of fumigation spoiled or Improperly done because chain part of the the the onerator was working out of his houses maintained to prevent A pink bollworm of cotton accustomed, climatic environment. entry of the successful camera man should have Into this country. at least a fair knowledge of climato g aslogy and meteorology, Dairymen In the 45 9 Wostert) States The weather or climatic element In sociations in the is an important one, now own 9,484 cows that have mado photography pounds of butorfat In a first, becauso ot the wide variations more than 40 In the strength of daylight with the month. Not many years ago a rarity. There Is time of the day, season of tho year, cow was a ot tho sky, wltMaltl- much room for Improvement, how- condition run of herds, in tudo and second, because ot the Imever, In the general all parts of thd country, says the portant effects of temperaturo and United States Department, of Agri- humidity conditions on photographic chemical processes. . culture. 300-pcuncow-testin- of occupation In Germany and now to be distributed, among tho States for arrived at U33 in road construction Brooklyn, N. Y July 1. Tho equipment,, consisting ef 30 trucks, 7 tractors, 4 concreto mixers, and 3 road, rollers,;. will btf distributed by the Bureau of Public Roads of the, United States Dapartment of Agriculture in tho same way as was several millions dollars,' worth of material from Franco and tho arsenals and camps In this country. Additional material forjoad making to be shipped from Germany will consist of sev -eral hundred, trucks a number ot 2,000.000 pounds tractors nnd about :- - Hartford Printing Company K, if -- . INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY A -- r Kmlilcm Ready A now omblem of Improved design for recognition of good work in improving livestock Is ready for distribution by tho Bureau of Animal In- , dustry of tho United Statos Depart-ment of Agriculture. Tho certificate, which measur s 8 Ms by 10 V Inches, rcsomblcs a steel engraving- and Is suitable for framing. A person holding an old emblem and desiring toexchango It for a new one may do so by returning tho old mm to thn Bureau, of Animal Indus try. About 7,800 of the old emblems have been Issued to breeders anil others working with the department lu Improving he utility value of farm animals, reducing tho number wr runts, and in other ways benefiting tho live stock of the country. New Better-Sire- s - Tho corn earworin has been infesting beans used for cannery purposes near Baltimore, Md., and has been Investigated by tho United States Department of Agriculture, Tho actual damage to tho Infested fields is not apparently great, but as a' factor of material importance to bean growers and cannors of that section js the fact that the "worms" enter tho pods HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS PAHSON SAY MAKE AH OUGHTER UP A RESLUTloM LONG W1P DE OLE OMAM RJM NOW ON , BUT T 6IT - y Licensed Whu'Iiouson Kuablo Plant-(M- S to Hold Cotton. Moro 'than 1,500,000 bales of cotton wero received during last season, up to May 31, in cotton warehouses licensed under tho United Statos warehouse act,, tho United States Der partment of Agriculture reports. The number of bales on hand May 31 In these Warehouses wus 268, 43G. "These figures Indicate Increased recognition of the value of warehouslicensed ing cotton In Government warehouses," says H. S. Yoho, In of tho Federal warehouso improvement of NeKno Farm and charge work. "The receipts issued for cotDiscussed. Homo Wfo of Virginia ton storod in these warehouses are The annual conference held at Hampton readily acceptable as collateral for was SXituto. Va., June 28 to 30 for the buik loans. Tho value of these receipts for collateral purposes enables of giving farmers, extension TAIN' NO U5t--5- Ht RES'LUTED T'GIT. DONE bOUT fAE !! f- - LOH6J it k jfem ii tW . vSl 3 purpose GWW Wflfry McCtim Nwpaer 4lcitfc thought he might be cutting his head, where some of them remain. Even- BRITISH FIND AIR off. London Answers. way Into canned tually they find tholr ATTACK ANTIDOTE beans, even under the most careful damaging the reputahandling, thus London, July 29. The British nation of the cannery from which the jobber or wholesaler buys his stock. vy has discovered dn antidote for aerial attacks upon naval vessels and A. total of 136,441 boy and gtrls Is confident that the battleship is still were enrolled in agricultural exten- a powerful weapon despite advances sion dubs, in 1921, for tratr.tn? in made in aerial warfare. various phases of live stool: work. Lord Lee, ot Fareham, first lord These '.. ior farmer owned, last of the admiralty, is authority for this yiar, 7', 148 head or farm animals announcement. The methods by and B54,' SB fowls, representing a which the navy expects to repel aeri"After the birth of my total value of $3,605,176. al attacks Is being carefully guarded baby I had a back-set- ," "I do not underestimate the value During the year ending May 31, of the Air sirvice," Lord Lee dewrites Mrs. Mattle Cross- over 1,500,000 bales of cotton were clared, "but believe me, It does not white, of Glade Spring, stored in warehouses licensed hy the spell the end of the British navy. Va. "I was very ill; United States Department of Agricul"The admiralty claims today that thought 1 was going to ture under the United States ware- It has already discovered and embodie. 1 was so weak I house act. died in a design an antidote for all -- . whethcouldn't raise my head to these new methods of attack, get a drink of water. I er by torpedo or by bomb. We are not in the least anxious about our took . . . medicine, yet I BIBLE THOUGHTS, position as long as w,e are allowed didn't get any better. I For This Week to go on with our work. was constipated and very Blbla TJicmshU memorized, will pron "Tho admiralty and the navy are yiKmvcmm ucr.Mjf u. uwc jw weak, getting worse and l&st not opposed to tne aevotopmeni oi worse; IsentforCardui." the air service, but they are crying out for It, because the air service to For I the the- flee thas become quite as vital as TUB ONLY HELP: TAKE Lord thy God will hold thy right hand the torpedo. Wo can not be accused saying unto thee. Fear not; I will of trying to hold back, but tho navy I help thee. Isaiah 41:13. must have control of Its air service. BETTEH THAN RUBIES: Search The air service Is as much a portion the Scriptures; for In them ye think ' of the fleet, ani should be-- as much yo have ttornal life; and they are i under its direct control as the gun or hoy which testify of me. John 5:39. the torpedo. ! CURSE or BLESSING, Which? "The only complaint the admiral He that wlthholdeth corn, tho people ty has to make against the air sershall curse him; but, blessing shall be vice is that, first, it Is not developuppn-jh- e head of him that selloth It ing fast onough, and, socondly, It Is Proverbs 11:20. not under the control ef the fleet. "I found after one botServo The air service should not be develGLADNESS IN SERVICE: tle of Cardui I was Imhe Lord wl'h gladness, filter into oped at tho cost of tho proved and proving," adds '.Mrs. his gates with thanksgiving and In- tried weapon upon which wo have Cfosswhite. "Six botwith praise: bo thank- had to rely In tho past, and upon to his courts I ful unto him, and bloss his name. For which we shall have to continue to tles of Cardui and the Lord Is good. Psalm 100:2, 4. rely." was cured, yes, I can say HUMILITY OF CHRIST: Let this Lord Lee's disclosures that the to they were a God-sen- d mind be In you, which was also In has designed a means ot me. 1 believe I would bo done Christ Jesus. Let nothing, against airplane tattacks have have died, had it not been thru strife or vainglory; but In lod to considerable conjecture lii. for Cardui." Cardui has lowliness ot mind lot each esteem London, where tho battleship versus other bettor than thomselves. Phil. the airplane controversy Is raging as been found beneficial in 2:5, 3. many thousands o! other It did In trie United States two years BETTER THAN SILVER AND ago. cases of womanly troucontentwith Goodllness OOLD: The Atlantic fleet has been in bles. If you feel the need and the ment is groat gain. For we brought recent secret maneuvers, cerof a good, strengthennothing into this world, and it is king has viewed these operations. It ing tonic, why not try tain wo can carry nothing out. And Is reported that aerial attacks and nnd raiment, let us t iere-wl- aerial defenses formed an Important hrulng Cardui? It may be just 1 Timothy 6: 6, 7, be content. part of those-- manouvers, and it is what you need. 8. most probable that tho king has ADMIT THE MASTER: Beljold I seen, the new and secret aerial Btand at the door, and knock; If any defense In operation. . man hear my voice, and onpn the What makes your baby Singleton door, I will come Into him and will cry so much? sup with him, and be with me. Youngpop The poor llttls follow 'He that hath an ear, let Kim hear Rev. 3: Is cutting a tooth. , what tho Spirit salth. "Huh! Only a tooth? It sounds as I Was Very Weak 5 - I CAR DUI The Woman's Tonic ... se f-- th al-re- kxzil An Druggists STRIKE SCENES OF STATE ARE QUIET lUpo' Krom Trouble Znnis Hliow All Peaceful In Last 21 Hours. Frankfort, Ky., Ann. 2. Conditions In tho Kentucky coal and railroad strikes seem continued quiet toil ny. Reports from tho various places where national guardsmen are on duty were that nothing out of tlio ordinary 'had occurml timing the la&t twenty-fou- r hours. Adjt. Gen. Jackson Morrison, who last night returned from Camp Knox, where ho was attending a National Guard training camp, today conferred with Governor Morrow. Nothing was given out about the subject mat-t- tr of tho conference, but It was sup posed that they discussscd the availability of troops In tho event of trouble. It Is known that Adjt. Gen. Morris- has notified every National Guard company In the stnto, on Instructions of the governor, to be ready for Instant duty. Parts of seven units are now In the fields at Packard nnd Dennett's Fork In Eastern Kentucky and the Sunlight mine, near Madlson- Tllle, In Western Kentucky. An,en- tlre regiment, tho 138th Field Artillery, of Louisville guardsmen Is now In training camp at Camp Knox and Is available for field service In case ERIN NATIONALS of need. PLAN BIG ATTACK That strong pressuro Is being brought on Governor Morrow in an effort to have him order state troops Offensive on Entire Front to Follow PjiII of Tlpperary, Tak- to Corbin, where the Louisville and Is Company Nashville Railroad en Kuniluy. maintaining a force of nonunion shopmen under guard of private Dublin. Aug. 1 Henry . Roland, guards, became known when It wns former representative of the Sinn yesterday that business Fein in the United States, died tolearned houses throughout tho state had wir- night fn a hospital here of wounds ed the governor urging that he, send received Monday morning in the troops to' Corbin. The gov.rnor, Grand Hotel In Sksrrles, a fishing however, has taken the stand that village north or Dublin, while atthere is no reason for sending troops tempting to evade capture by troops to Corbin at thls'tlmo and that until pf tho National Army. officials ask for them ho can not The Irish National Army, accord act. While the governor has declined ing to Indications here. Is ready for to discuss his plans, It is said that he an attack on the Irregulars along the considers that so long as the rail whole front. The fall of Tlpperary, road strike leaders keep their men which was captured by the Nationaway from the vicinity of the shops alist forces Sunday, disposes of en and prevent disorder there Is no rea- awkward salient and Is expected to son for sending troops. enable the Free state forces to adWhen the railroad company sent a vance on Cashel, thus paving the way force of nonunion men to Corbin to a further advance on Clonmel, rethree weeks ago to man the shops, puted Irregular stronghold. there was a demand for troops. The Tho Insurgent forces have been ptovernor, instead, sent observers to burning buildings In Kllmallock. Just: Corbin to watch the situation and Is- to the south of Limerick, which is-sued a proclamation that If trnnns thought to Indicate they are preparwere sent to that or any other strike ing to evacuate the town. The decenter tne fault would bo with uie struction of the CIeeve3 creamery In people of the neighborhoods, and urg- Tlpperary by tho insurgents threw ing that they maintain order. He de- 400 persons out of work. clared that the constitutional rights It Is now definitely established to of both union and nonunion men and tho satisfaction of officials here that the railroad companies would bo pro- Earn on de Valera, the Republican tected, Previously, Corbin citizens lender, Is making his headquarters at had promised him to maintain order. Clonmel. He Is often seen moving They have done so thus far. about town In an automobile. He Is in uniform but tried to conceal his Identity by pulling his cap down well WEATHER AND CROP over his eyeB. ' d. ! i CLEAR RUN. Mrs. Lillian Park has been very 111 for two woekj, but is Improving. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peach and children, nnd Mr. and Mrs. General Hoover visited their father, Mr. L. C. Hoover, of this place, last week-enTho local school opened Monday with a large number of pupils ana-ring the roll call. A revival meeting is In progress at the Clear Run Baptist church. Rev. Albert Maildox, the pastor, of Beaver Dam. and Rev. WIgglngton, of Island are conducting the services. Master Jesso Leisure of Owensbo- ro, vln lias been visiting relatives hero and at Hartford for the past five weeks, has returned home Thi? Clear Run village folks can boast 'a little again about having1 two grocery stores. Mr. Willis has moved Into tho Murray property and opened a store In the building vacated by Mr ,L. II. Bartlett, In the spring. Messrs. John nnd Wtllio Smiley of Union Grove, passed thru here on their way to Hartford Friday, of last week. Mr. George Jones of Hartfprd, attended church here .Monday night. Mr. Clyde Funk nnd Mr. Pat Hoag-lanr- t, have each purchased a new car. w by rain In most of tho State J. L. KENDALL, Meteorologist. H r fofl H fi 1 1 It Hi 3 e Hand and Recomm nd rown k&soime And Other Standard Oil Products rij - f x Ip tine first place, there's ndne ibeKey made by zmyhody, anywhere. If thesra were better, we laaow i! ilie Standard woiald have it. With the universally acknowledged responsibility, the unsurpassed equipment asid cooperation of so great a public service institution as the Standard Oil Company (Ky.) to back us wp in any statement we make, and in the service we give, we know thai we can, and will, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil ot any other Standard Oil product We don't try to "spoof" you into trading with us by mere assertions and technical terms. We "deliver the goods" because weVe got the goods to deliyr. Crown Gasoline is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modem refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, un- adulterated product that's acknowledged the best by every test for your motor and pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Hartford, Beaver Dam, and Vicinity ACTON DUOS., ' v -- .Summary of Weather and Crop Con-- . TRACED TO DRUIDICAL TIMES .(Utlons in Kentucky for tho Custom That fs Believed to Have . week ending Aupt. 1, 1022. Been Forerunner of Modern "April Fool's Day." Louisville, Ky., Aug. 2, 1922. April Fool's- duy In from an old cusHigh temperature prevailed on most tom dating from the- - time of the Drudays, especially in the northeastern ids that the 'llrst of April takes Its counties where drought conditions mime. Although most; people call it are becoming well established. Show- "All Fools' day" It in more than likely ers over the northern half of the that It should be "Old Fool's day" State were beneficial, and tho supply n modern wuy of .saying "Auld Fools' day." of soli moisture Is generally bttffl-cieIn the old Druid' times uny young for growth In tho western nnd In these sec- maidens who could pluck enough coursouthern districts. age (for It was considered a during tions, comprising about three fourhs thing to do) used to visit one of the of the State, tho progress and con- sucred "groves" between ten und dition of corn are good to oxcellent, twelve o'clock on the night of April 1. the early portion of tho crop being lleie they all stood behind one anIn the northeastern other, and an soon us they heard the w 11 advanced. dry district, which Includes the Lick- hoot of nn owl. started slowly running ing Valley and a considerable part of round mid round. As they ran they weird old chant, tho gist the northern blue grass region, ear- wing somewas which that they wanted u man aro "firing" In of ly corn and tobacco to run with them! many localities, with markod Injury Then those of the girls who were to appircnt. bo man led during the next year would from drought becoming precipitation has boon deficient In suddenly see the ghost of n white mnn tho past three by their side. A bluck escort showed Uls aroa during urmiths, usually local in character, tli it t the uiifortunnte young lady wns and rarely heavy enough to produce going to die during tho ensuing year. satisfactory growth. In tho southOceans' Levels Changed. ern and western countlos early toIt is the belief of scientists Hint, bacco is spreading well und Is beginning to rlpon. A fow farmers report during the glacial period, when the luud wns cine red with huge coats of that cutting has commenced In espe- lee, tlie level of the ocean was from cially early Holds, which Indlcatos lfiO to 'J00 feet lower than Its normal unusual advancement lu this crop. level, according to Dr. T. W. Vuughun checkThe weather wus favorable for of the United States geological survey. ing tobacco rust, which seems to bo This belief Is based upon tho theoty local and confined to tho dark dis- Hint what goes up must couio down, are nblo to account tor trict. None han boon reported from and presence of Ice on land only the hurley region, whoro tho weather the the supposition Hint the came from It comparatively dry and un- on has been the seu. favorable for the development of tho Proof of this Is found In coral reefs In dUense. Some whoat sprouted In all parts of the world. Their posinorth-centrcounties, tion Indicates that the building was shock In the otherwise the weathor was favorable commenced lu the shallow waters of for thrashing, which Is nearly com- thu then const Hue, only to have tho pleted. Poor yields of oats aro re- waters Use. The little animals which reefs kept' on building ported from practically all localities. create tho now level. Many of tho Alfafa, pastures, and toward the Young clover, except In reefs, It bus been observed, have been gardens are fair to good built on bubiuaiino shelves, and these tho northeastorn district, whoro they lire Invariably foumj on coasts which gen-era- ly show Ktgus of buying once been nre deteriorating. Cow peas are good, but would bo Improved nt I..,. REPORT FOR WEEK Dam, Ky. HEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver Hartford, BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McHcn- Diun, Ky. ry, Ky. R. I. SWAIN, Rockport, Ky. O. 1 PHELPS, McHcnry, Ky. HICKS & BURGHER, Echols, Ky. BICHAHD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky. HALLIF ELLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. JM & Wallace, tavlor Ky. Hartford, Ky morris, F. CAHEBIEH & SON. Hearer HARTFORD 3IOT,OR CO., Hartford, Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Ccntcrtown, Ky. 'PRANK EVERLY, Ccntcrtown, Ky. R. Crown Gasoline Dealers P. A. SWAIN, Prentiss, Ky. S. T. WILLIAMS, Rob Roy, Ky. JOE J. HHULTZ, Wyfcox, Ky. ARTHUR T. ILER, Rockport, Ky. P. DAUGHERTV. Buizetown. REAVER DAM COAL CO., Taylor Ky. MincH, Ky. CENTERTOWN, LIGHT CO., Center, INDUSTRIAL AS- town, Ky. SOCIATION, McHcnry, Ky. Polarine Dealers X 1' Tl ' ' ' ..fl . T -- - u rrr .,. n 0, " WASHINGTON COMMENT "Fools rush In where angels fear to tread." There aro a lot of "angelic" legislators In this country who "fear to tread" anywhere thora Is a lahor vote, becauso It might not ho cast In their dlrectluu. There aro a few "fools" who don't-curwhuther labor or capital, manor woman, union or corporation votes for them, so long as they do what they beltevo to bo wlso, right, and Just. There aro some Journals lu this country which do not care who read's them, so what they publish Is honest,' from the heart, and not dictated because some one "fears to tread." Hence It Is that tho words "com- pulsory arbitration" are being hoard more and more, since the United Stntes Is having not n taste, but n full meal of strikes, private wars, Interference with biuiness, and with llylng, while several groups of labor and capital settle tholr differences by conflict. "Compulsory arbitration Is a fighting wor.d to organized labor. It Is ahhorent 'in principle to American ideas of Justice, that any mini, in order to obtain Justice, be compelled (o 'do otherwise than la provided In Compulsory arbithe Constitution. tration might easily bo a tool lirtho or labor bands of elthor capitnl which would work great hardship. Hut a sore afflicted man or nation will try almost any remedy for tho "affliction. So the "fool" who rushea In where others keep silent is heard, more and more suggesting, not noces-parl- y compulsory arbitration, but a Purrerao Court for Industrial Dis Mrs. L. G. Barrott, city, has received an announcement' of tho arrival of u baby boy born In thu homo GLENN IS. PLUMB DIES OF HEART TROUBLE of her slstor, Mrs. A. D. Ualrd, und Mr. Dalrd, of Glonvllle, on July 1C. Washington. Aug. 1. Glenn E. The little, fellow baa been christened Plumb, counsel for the sixteen arg- - Archie Dolbort Jr. putes, to which all great causes of difference- must by law pe submitted, and tha findings of which must bo oboyed Individuals assail tho Supreme Court of the UnUed States. Hut no one defies It. What It says, goes. It Is final. And its years of usefulness haxe shown that it works. Is It, aftor all, tho "rushing of a fool" to wonder If, perhaps, a Court tor labor nnd capital might not say this countrnmor what It would prevent In financial, economic, moral, and oven physical loss than It "would lose in substituting duo process of law for the much chorlshod "right to strike" und "right to lock out?" Su-pro- er railroad organizations and author of the colebratod Plumb plan of railroad operation and ownership, died tonight. Death was duo to an affection of the heart from which ho had suffered for several months. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan, city, went to Boavor Dam last night where they woro In attendance of the dance, glvon by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest It! Taylor, nt their home, In honor of their houso guests, Mrs. 0. W. Brunton, Memphis, Tenii., Mrs. J. L. Lalllnger, Mrs. E. W. Travis and Miss Myrtlo Park, Detroit, Mich. is