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The Hartford republican: August 11, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922081101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: August 11, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV TIIE COUNTY COURT Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, I i Subscription $1.50 per Y& FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1922. NUMBER r The otiiiK lady alleges that after a; BASEBALL BRIEFS ANGLERS FOR Oil, ARK long and happy courtsnip, a solemn STILL FISHING I. ROCKS couple nre taking an early venturo MIIlL ANU IlAILuUAU AND FOUL TIPS engagement followed, and that she on the great and boundless matri I IN A BUSY SESSION had ever since been nnd la now ready, After, twelve years of periodic ef- .nonia! sea and havo a promise for f fc 0 ST LL HOI D willing nnd anxious to consummate Tho Itlvorsldors made a pilgrimage forts to locate oil in tho Ohio coun- a long nnd happy voyago, especially n long one. the nuptial contract but that the to Morgantown Saturday nnd what ty field, att tided by Indifferent su Warren County beau procrastjnated, s.ild Illvfrslder.s did not do nnd The what c ks, the experiment continues. Fines Are Imposed For a put off nnd deferred tho wedding, fi- tho boys of Federal Authorities Will LOCAL COAL CONDI riOXS tho Hutlcr metropolis did fact that oil has been found in some, nally breaking off tho engagement do. well Its quantity In two sections of tho coun-- j of Criminal Number Take Action To Break a fright, to say tho entirely. As a result of tho broken least of It. Owing to tho existence of a con Morgnntown made 4 ty and that all tho wells drl led havo Offenses. The Deadlock vows and violated contract Miss Beat scores In each of tho first stanzas shown romo traces of the fluid Indi tract between the miners nnd opera- -' J ty declares sho has suffered anguish, nnd 'twlxt there and tho other end cates the strong probability that a tors that runs over Into next year tho j mortification and disappointment in garnered enough to make It 23, while larger reservoir of oil Is hidden away coal miners of tho Western Kentucky A lmsy session of the county court tho sum of $5000 for which After sevnteen weeks of tho coal she tho best district wero not affected by tho coun- Hartford could do was to somewhere in U1I3 section. , ua held by Jttdgo Wedding ami prays tho court to grant her an order j ln which practically the entire I slr,ko" e now active efforts aro being coal striko. and operations In Just make tho skjddoo number, minus County Attorney Otto Martin Mon- of Judgment "o country is In-t- he mado to d elop the territory recent- this field are In full blast. Both coal lnuustry how ver, the twenty portion thereof, --- of crlmlnnl day, niul a number opened in the exttemg northern shipping and local mines nre volved- - thc deadlock continues. Stor-dol- ng leaving It plain three. Wo won't say ly chirges wero htarri anil disposed of. a record business. riverside picmo But not- - c? 8tocks nntl th Production of that tho Hlversldcrs played a rotten end of the county, near the Hancock dlsgraco-fil- l A trial growing out of a county line and between Pollvlllo and this rush of operation Unlon n,lne'' havo so far Prevented, game, no, but from the reports It episode recently occurring In the ne Mr. nnd Mrs. J. It. Williams gave A number Whitesvlllo. of wells coal Is soling to the local trado at ' tho closInK "t industries and the had most assuredly passed the first on of tho year mado tho U8e ot do Cromwell country attracted a larg n picnic to Borah's Ferry Sunday for prices. have recently been drilled In that t.rSome of the wagon and eecond stages of decay. MormeaUc futl cal almost unnecessary, rrowd of tho curious to tho court their visitors. iVmong thoso present gantown simply played rings around rltory which aro producing oil in mlnes nre getting twenty cents a bus- It nppeared, and In fact was were Mcsdnnies G W. Brunton, J I... hall Now' howover. t'o Pinch Is being-fel- t promising quantities, and other holes hel for coal at tho mine. Some of boys, admitted, by the Queen of tho Revel. Lalll tiger, W B. Travis, Mfsses .My- our game. In all stages of the are being drilled. The oil bearing them havo floored their screens and ,n ,n(lustry I'd the approach of wln-a- ro Pearl Young, that alio held un Infor- rtle Park, Virginia McKcnnry, Rachel furnishing only mine run coal. tcr crcatca anxloty for human com-B- ut J. Owens, Monroe and Glenn com- sand in that section is found at a mal recoptlon for her gentlemen Has McKenno), Ada Marjorlo Brun-todepth of from six hundred to eight with the price up nnd the qual- - fort' , posed tho Hartford battery, while wnnn inn tidia Anr 1 friends at an abandoned houuft near imn rm Grace Murgurct Williams, Dr. Snpdgras and Hammeis worked for hundred feet, and a tryout Is not so lty down tho people are making a ronewal of tho lasting the and Mrs J. O. McKennoy, Mr. and church, Green Itlver annual contracts bo expensive as It Is in the field Just rush to fill their coal b'ns before the tween miners and operators the oplength of a Jewish d.iy, from suiwl Mrs. H. It. Taylor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Por- Morg.intnwti. north of Hartford. New wells are be; appearance of winter frosts. According to Pearl's cool ter names. Mr and Mrs J. K Wilerators proposed a regional system to sunset lug drilled, and arrangements are un. The Hlversldcrs dropped another of contracts and a reduction of minand unbltishlnB adml.sHlon a good- liams, Dr. O. P Hrunton, T II. Lloyd. PUBLIC ROAD WORK. der way to extend a pipe line from game Sunday to the Central City a& ly number of tho sporting e'nnent Claud MclCenney, Klrby, Spurg-o- n ora' wages.Tho miners counteied with section to Intersect with a pipe I gregaton bv the score of 10 to I. 0. thnt already laid from an Illinois reamong tho young men of the vicinage and Aubrey Park. a claim for Increase ln wages and The fiscal court la following an line callod to pay her court Among these Uoatlng and swimming nd a deli- City got off to a good start and was finery district to a point near Thrus-to- economy policy ln tho matter of road Insisted on the country as a whole for In danger thereafter. They she named Clarence Richardson. who cious lunch were enjoyed by nil pres- never work for the pressnt season. No new a contract basis. However, tho chief In Daviess county. was on trial Pearl admitted sho ent, and Mr nnd Mrs. Willlnms were put up a nlco brand of ball while In the old field about four mlls construction is being undertaken, but cause preventing a conference was did not personally know Richardson, voted n most delightful host and tho home bos never could get going north of Hartford a now offort Is be- attention is bslng given to useful and that of r?glonnlncqntrppts. Upon that and never were, or It was a rare oc- ing the operators refused to meet' th M but said the other gallants present hostess undertaken to find the larger de- adequate repairs to the roaads air casion when one of them was In the " told her who he was. Pearl was tho constructed. posits of oil that former tests IndiGraders operated minors jn. conference. Just now right place at the right time. And, solo commonwealth's witness. Tho COUNTY SCHOOLS ARE cate may exist. Scott & Hickey are by traction prwer are bc'.n opent-e- d thore ajppoors so.mct ttqpo ot 'a 'part MAKLN'G GOOD PROGRESS then bobbles were thick and numertrial was heard before a Jury, which In the various sections of the c6un- - at laast of ithp rnincnj agreeing to drilling on the "Old Sullenger farm," ous. hearing the evidence of the deafter and have their well down about thir- tv nnl tlio nlnun nt ttin wnrlrlrnr cn4. rt'Kiqnai conicrencps, nna sucn a enn- Hatery for Hartford, Tlnsley and All but three of the conunoc fendant and his witnesses decided teen hundred feet. Harold Holbrook son Hill find the roads in good 'repair, 'ifcrencp is mceUng at Cldveland.'oblo. that In the Multiplicity of her callers schools of tho county are now In op Glenn; C. City, It, Wthrow and Soder. is drilllng-l- n the same neighborhood, The season has ibeen favorable for Must what ,thq,re.sult ,wjli be Is pure- It was a strong probability she was eration and all nre reported as mak - ' and has reached a depth of six hun- road work, sufficient moisture with- tv pnnfnrtlirnl testifying in a caso of mistaken Iden- Jng good progress. The railroad shopmens' Three schools, I Hartford's Junior team hooked up dred or seven hundred feet. strike, out excessive rain's Khs made work though involving.- -, fewer numbers, tity nnd, giving tho defendant tho thos at Simmons, Ceralvo and Oak- -' with Horton nt Riverside Saturday Another tryout In the county is be- ing conditions almost Ideal An afternoon in a gamo thnt lasted from ing rande near Horse benefit of the doubt, acquitted him. land, aro waiting on teachers. Branch. A Interest ln votlrig it road lax Is threaten! jnarorwldqrspread.jdisaster number of young mm of tho neigh- examination was held by tbo county soon after starting time till well, well Is being sunk on John Miller's said to Mb grow'ng among' the pe6- - than even the coatstriko, ln that it borhood, who it Is alleged attended superintendent July 28 and 29, at the balance of tho evening, finally farm, north of Horse Branch, and anand it' Is probable that aJvoto on'j no.lslbju ;or, ,It,to tie up tlyj entire reception, which eighteen applicants were ex ending 22 to 13 In favor of the RiverPearl's twenty-four-hoother one Is being drilled on tho farirf thc prorosltlbn may be tttkn Ht the!, transpprtntJonacIUUes of the ccmn-- f aro under Indictment, charged with a amined, and as a result of this ex- - side Juniors. Mrtny tnxpay-- ' ,try, in wnjcu,Jcvet)i 1110. coat u mtncu, of Ed Isler. on tho south side of the reghlar fall election. statutory offense. nmlnatlon toachors are expected to , Baize. Felix and Shults formed the town. Both of these wells will be ers are said to favor- htibifflttlng the as well conrnndiy's ccnild The Trials of particular local Interest qualify for teaching the schools men- point workers for Hartford, while completed thl3 season, and this ex tax theasure again provided thoy are not be.mQvqd. tojr(.dIstrbuoru Rock, another Raize nnd Smith Involved n number of Hartford citi- tioned. periment .will give some Indication assured that'the money so ralsoiiwill' shppmens' strike canto abptt liv tho for the Horton like roles zens some white and some black, Mrs. I S Mason, county siiperln-- : of what may be expected In that part tie srent lit the lmfnedlate vicinity of rpf iisal of ,th shpmento abldb'by a chained with gaming. Tho evidence tondent. loyal to Ohio county talent, iadf... of the county, even If they do, .not those sttpplyng thet tax fund. Th? declElqn qf tho Uallrqad Labor Board which, after reducing frjelffh charges brought out the fact that a poker had mado a strong effort to hnvo all fiscal crturt is said" to favor submit find oil in paying quantities. d ! BWmor played Heflln on the same starttd nt the Fair Grounds on tho schools taught bv homo slon with the pfovlsio'n "menttdrfid.l qti the railroads prderoJ a reduclton. sh,0Rinens'waggs.. La,ter1(spmo a Saturday cvenjng and was in conthe result is tint f.w teachers tet 'a. diamond Saturday, nnd mopped CHILDRESS' DAY' EXERCISES be adopted of qt U19 r.aljrpad, heads Issued an order session until tho following from other sections of tho statu are up by 15 to 5. This Is the second tinuous for the Blshnor team over I Tho people of Hn ml fits' Chapel T'AX COJOIISSIOXER'R OFFICE I victory declaring .that strikers who did not Monday. A number of fines of $25 emnloved here this year. " I I I rI ff Complaint lb made that school at- - Heflln. liouertson ior me miners community as well as visitors from' ' and the trimmings wero Imposed by return to Jholv, Job-- s hBlven dito . swat, the first in hbs th sectlon8 mot at Ha'milns; fctiap ' T'lte' county tax commissioner's of- woujjl ose t,belr pension and,'senlorlty tendance Is far below what It should made u four-pl- y the court. C . . . s v. Mndilnx. of Rocknort. was bo nnd. since the county board of very long life, so he stated to ttb. ci cnurcn sunuay morning, August o, fice 'is busy Making the annual asses. rgJhtjS, iijdhJs ta. ipw became (tho Snell and and heard with Interest a forciftll tnfnt', and report'goTAl procfreso. Mr. cljlf f barr Battery for charge education did not feel that in Justice n the yay of an, adjust- brought before the court oni allowing cnttlo to run at lingo in to tho teachors It could afford to use Ashby; Heflln, Condit and Russell. sermon preached !) Rev. Harper, Cal P. Keown, as chief deputy, laido- - rnpnU, .Noinmcdlnto .settlement 'of of co'ndl-tojs.g- rp' Jiu't territory protected by stock law, and a part of tho money which, would after which a bountiful dinner was1 flhg' morst of the" assessing In the of W;1:Birike .I.in-filpThe Beavers cleaned up with tho sorted in the - doon tho church fice.' and ''WO' deputies SjCrlous enongU thq federal was fined flvo dollars for the vio- otherwise go to them for the employareTO? ment of a comity truunt officer, Rockport boys at Boaver Dam Sun- -, int. Dsputlos 'In the, government has declared 1U mention lation. ing' field work. 9 to 1. StevJake A laice audience catliere'd In the tlefd sb far are C. O, Carter, Narrows, tpjtake oyjr t,lio msinaKOiucnt, of the was up on a there' Is no effective agency for 'en- day, winning by Vema Schroader ' charge of falling to work the road forcing tho compulsatory attendance. ens had all the stuff It the whole cllurch abou 1:0o p'cloek and heard' nnd"'L6gau I'ntirrtard,. iContertown.. ,roadnj fast as, they .coa.sOjtp successwas chudrenp'' Day program beauti-tre- e Commissioner Roy Keown 'is doim? fully unUqj and pppvatp them unwhen summoned for such service by However, It Is hoped that after the category of mound tollers and to turn It Ioopo. It was a fine nllll efticpfiillv tendered. The l'k-- - sonib ttdld'wdrk lnthe north eiul of der natlpiHiJ.,sujerlylslon. ut (tho. defense farmers aro thru cultivating their Schroader's tho overseer. ' paid tho $2.50, the crops tho attendauco will materially game, lookug at It from where the , casUm va8 nfgiiiy enjoyeil by1 rill' the county. Later in the season pro-- ) roads jCliUntp, bo gtjmng dlljf was that, he had fh'0 peopiP 'a'ro to brfblytfddltldnil deputies wilbbe 'addBeavers once dnmmed. yes. Just like tJ)0SO nresent to their mechanical forces, cash equivalent of work allowed by Improve. the Centrul City nnd Morgantown bo congjtulatedunon their Interest ed' In the final cleanup of theiwork. and this contention Is lent color 'by-th- e However, the evicourt the fiscal games were not to Hartford. TWO WILLS ARK PROBATED n i' '. ing e((ort:fo, Keep, auvqne.usejui . m fact that very little. sqrIou.sin- " 'i i.i'io I dence showed that ho had paid tho Stevens and Dossett toiled for the Iufluenc2f e phurcjtf Ij.thdui-munit- y. , has so far occur gC TJIElCROPSiAREFINE , tetripUip. compromise with the overamount In Two wills wero probated and or- Beavers and Allen and Skinner for red. But the result 01 both strikes seer for falling to work one day, and tegular ses- tho Port of Rocks' Boys. ONE PRESENT. It will not bo n,w t;p ObJocount,y is in tho clouds., .r - . . ti that at tho time neither ho nor tho dered to rscord at tho Monday. . sion of tho county court peoplir to mentloncthocondUlpn ,gf overseer was aware of tho fiscal court Sulphur Springs came out on the HUSRASD'WENT'OX STRIKE ' '" ' tho crops.nbitt ,UlfiiilJomeroKs awny SINGiS'G CONVENTION Tho will of Cllde M. Swain devised In th light or his provision. '' 'VlflE ASKS" HIS DISCHARGE ftoiuho-nj- s are.inlwnys Ijij.terejte,! In j.J.ii.1 I. L? J his property, real and personal to winning end of a scoro of 10 to 5, the court fined him $2.50 for all, i ! Vi -J Ml Tho' Jll't 'PIbasant Alngtng convenhis wife, Mrs. Mattlo Swain. Tho with tho Rob Roy bunch, Saturday, such mnttexs. The corn fields promise, Ills derelcctfon. Nellie Roger? lias1 tiled a petition otuet of tho richest fields ln recent tion mot' tit MV' Vlodsirit on SuMlny was nominated in tho will at tho Springs. Detail"? and features N. A. Schroader was heard on a doviseo dog for as executrix of the estate, with tho of the gilmo are lacking, duo to only In'rtrrulV court' 'setting' fouith thd years, and pny,prMUle ptorc utols-ttir- e .jufl'y .10 Vi2. with'' Mr.r Elvis Sahdo-fu- r charge of falling to list his re telephone reports. fakt'thnl she atlil-c- ! W. 'Rogers were as"' fclralrViati Tho crowd was nowwIll b,3,r;qured for tho protaxation, and was held for tho action provision that no bund should be In duction of n bumper crop. T,le to- lnte"ln itwlng 'id tho county court quired of hor. The Instalment wast ".Valines and Morrison formed the married In Rockpotr. Indiana,' of tho grand Jury, tho j and Taylor lflifl'nnd lived together nb' man nnd bacco orop is equally as piomlslng. I'nln lit 'the mofuliigbnt 'Wy",:ndon having Jurisdiction to sit in final dated March 27. 1922, and attested batter for the Sulphuryfor not tho Rob wito until Februnry"2, 1920, when Tlibno Is complaint ,lt)jSoroo sqctlon thero wis quite u crowd present by Thomas Roberts, Karl Welly and and Williams worked trial of such cases. ' 'Thefe 'were--' th'fos classeshrllsoht: C W. weiit oir strlk5, since which of wildfire' ' Mtirtlmer Stone. During his Ros. fq (arjhp-dptiiap- o to Is not.conqlderaule and time he has failed Swain lived near Contortown sotui of tjie Mt'.;pfeasllnt, .Rosfifb rind'Renfrow. EIGHT GET CKRT1KIOATES The plnlntlft wot-ian-d Tho McIIenry Majesties took Mor- work as a hutilinnri. hnye l.id. too much tIu. Ail t'he'cla'sses w'erewtll trained and but died in California. dbes hdf allege tho usual plea or cru- but tho'crop pa w.:Gy1Js)excQi,le1iU, tho singing was splendid. If ' was John Beulnger, of Fordsville. but gantown into camp Sunday at I. S. County Superintendent Mrs. . . .. . . . . . ,.1. . by the scoro ot 1 2 to 9. Tho el nt.d Inhuman1 conduct, but Is con- Fruit und YPEPtablei arcj ajiundnn.t, unr.nimousiyuec;jeu .'. formerly of Louisville, willed his 1110 next Mason, tocelved report Tuesday of thev plnlu- - chargo of abangot away to a four-s'codoltent with Malestlcs consisting ot five thousand frep,;;iR convention aV U 'trd'vW on,7tlie fifth and If the people, ov-ipj-?, the result of tho rocont examination Tho contait donment!' Sho enters there appeals sma.H danger that they Sunday In bdtW)dr.J Of lars nil Invested In bonds, should bo start In the first Inndtr common school certificates for t hovj. mony, btit1 will be satisfied with an will efhiVo. ij .. equally divided between hi? four chil- was tight and good In spots and tho eighteen applicants only eight - IfARMER'SjRAR.V BURNS! In otlnT spots, as the tallies order ot the court authorizing her to -- . N". U. White, Hi of Olaton; The successful applicants dren, Mrs. passed. n 1. i ti ii 4 i.i finally add fotover fire her striking llunlnger would lndlcnn. liVORMICH JU.TfCi;, JAILED Georgo D. Frlshe, wer: Winnlo Wilson, Eula Bean, Mrs. George J BonlngerJohnLoulsvlllo. "Mri'iHurry Rvorly, ii fartuorc living Ml (I I. Parrot nnd Pholps did tho twirling husband. Shd,also",aKkR fortho.legal of . W. II, Leach, Flora and Helen Burnett, Majestic rt'stratinn of hor maiden name, ..WlUlant paygherty oj Balzetowu, noM"Blahtior, at fdw miles Soulji of Wllllo Mr, Bonlngor's will was dated Jan- and backatopplng for tho Wright, Emma Rhonds. t bis barn by flro Thuraduy chctrKed l.0 wi'j-- il' whq lsJuuude,r(.indctm(jnt, uary 31, 1921, and was not uttcsted and Wnrron, Leach and Hammers which' whs Nelllri Wallace Shields nnd Mrs. Arlie Faught performed for tho Butler boy?. ( with Illegal jsale of Hqupr, came In night of last week, alung with a by witnesses. WEDDING Eula Benn mado the hlghost grado. A . Wednesday and surrendered, to th? quantity of feed nnd 501110 farming Another examination will be held RKPUIJLICA.NVrURNS DKMOCRAT Is to have Island' StaBeaver Dam sheriff nd .was , cam'mUte.4 tp Ju(l, ututiBlls. Loss about $1200. Origin or ' The schools will by '' ' In Soptembor fFlierer was .a.loUrJtanded wedding Commonwealth's Attorney Cary came thoJfIrcjsjnvn, tion Sunday for a contest. ; ' .n Tuesday to ho city. Ttur,sdjy, it 1,8 rpportod, oro that time hnvo been supplied with ut the cpurthpiiso, stories' are often manufac Good Mr Charlie Miller of Now Mexico, teachers for the present season, but tured but tho best ones actually hap- At loast hall of the teams played morifliiB at H'h.cU,mss,WlrpnlB E,vnns Uuconfer with Daifgljofty In regard afford applitho examination will one thut hupponod. oul 0f juck both Saturday and. rSunl and Millard. ltish(r p.f ,Fflrds)rllle, to tho matter. We are. itQt, advl.8eij arrived In the cointyafoyi days ago-tpon, und this is vlth",rtflt!: spenljievdriilv7viiesks cants for tho noxt season's schools "Uncle" Vic Stewart, n veteran ot ay an,i fully ot them w'gte thq principals and at, which ol fhe restlt, o tho conference. Uccopt early cong to bo prepared to Ropub- - j,jnycd a mighty poor brand ot ball CountytJudKeiWflddlnB qfUcJatcd. At Dtgheity a to-tmagistrate of mother, lrs J'pJitrJSlIIler, near Dun.-'-J a the Civil War and dee, nf4 otlior'f-inq- s and relatives. tracts. llcan, says ho has turned Domocrat duets the moon was In tWwronR tliatjuicurei of tlceremouy ,w)tore; tbo Rqidno dlatrict , , ( , " r Mr. MlffpV (jrqvo- tlid outlre distance, during Wilson's admin stage for the boys, or someThlng the candidates a,r.e dli;e;t.q(l to Join He says that li W'i j ' 1'IVE THOUSAND DOLLARS covering fibatit seventeen hundred bought u wntcn cnatu ai ele. Don't suppose lts Hlflne" had rl'Slit banIs th igroum, px(endfl ,tis 1 AR1 ESTKD VOW GAJIING PRICE OK HEART WOUND istration he miles. H reports th roads In good ThoajtfeiientjlliLnot re left hand ho paid 30 cents j anything to dp with the sjiorf, tho. a Jewelers for which I Ift I V '1 V V ,Lep Jlpj. a young man from tho condition with tho exception ot ivlvofit gard tbo young man's action as hull recently, under the Harcliug unusual lnw suit was re- and ' who has (uUhp A rather llcfia tliirditte. cou,'try, was arested'Tues-dixj- f three hundred njTj!mrVtiWrfBor tho injrlr Mr. Leslie HnKerman; administration, he had the HI luck cently filed in the Ohio circuit comt Un'otype "operahilnil)la(lj.buf actow'lif'V'!' Rkj'P clirf o 6 gainbllng. When Mr. Miller says tha cronu. aUing the Ptt,,a to get the chain broken and same been employed as a p'iyAiL)altlti wherein n young lady is praying UoiubUoMrnm, 'act upftj),y yunnjlHjOUHbatih wa bpygh, Jj8rlh,counJy 'court' (to way aregonerally Inflicted Jeweler charged him 35 cents for tor with tho Masonic damages for hoart-wounor liofng younu wa,? rRJB $jo mujie either Ho Bays ho must chargo Louisville, for several 'months;' hundred ho pusspdg Srotigh somajlf sections ag- welding It. Y by n falthloss sweetheart. The where rultt.fjad beeoTexeSslvo nud with his wife SutfdAV.'ard'wIll rtypr, bpn.d require by the court Beutty, the Inequality up either to politics or grieved maiden Is Miss Wary insvr(i'K?v1p?ansiwn,l)v?nt(fd others where droughthuwed Its ill to tho Jowolcr, and thnt he doesn't be engaged in the' coal business ntur mttrj4Jd it purely lover effect. of Cromwell, and the faithless 1" s " town. Wlto0i viathp bjldel county. want to reflect on tho Jeweler. w&S'svit.r.D-'T- o r E B. McCluue of Wurron n '' is 1 P'fnilrn try-wid- I soa-faml- ' I n, I n, y I I l3-pl-e, - er par-form- ed -- , lat-nn- ' ia 1 J tho-mlne- rs, '. I l.l nt 1 tp ..,. ',( ons ot-Jh- tfIc evl-den- I ( ,- -- "" atttr-refuse- lit n , 1 es-ta- . , to-na- ra oth-uwi- , I , LEFT-HANDU- ' two-thir- life-lon- 1 n,' - IT.'ijJi -- , 11 d, JefL-hand- 1 Wft! Dubunuet Times Journal Whatev dancer er the cost of tho high tariff will be, from Paris? rs'i'n'Sls;fcWn'try to do a it won't bo anything like the cost of of the pasf few years. e i least her manageis had iliem insur- wfc A Wdlng HiaVfnr that amount." It .Is claimedParis; flloiYork Herald Strikes costing imVV'ftli uSItpr. 11 if? crtntV i.ntnVi m'Sbeautlchampionship crown In the state of to jg transported ahd get' s'ucli ra,te ot j1,5' 000,000 a day! ruT.'?n 'oV'he'aVeW llrtt "does Veliglon Mllsouri. .adonis 'the b.rorv.,af) Wpqd make you keep your house ahd Call1 Brawm of Jlmirop. Cuny. wjip 1p( me r rencii wumuu uw " rffeani makeT jroinind1 the'field flfifgur;.cAn,testaits nqv- - laat d;enutldyia-ntPhiladelphia North American It bpauUtul legCas' , nil no'nfofnl wl't'll Vlllll1-- lielchhofs. winter. .u.mf. W '''"" ',3!,,1is understood that tho mandate for l j;i i do ' C ' t " Wlllamson William Stnlpup, qhamplpn .fiddleJ T" " nia'kJ j'oil'k'eip yoiifhusbantl's clothcounty. III., has been of- County,, recently fglt the U'H' fered to Turkey. es in good" oulo 'and "prepare him Tho Tlest I'lTyslb. u' ''.ting of defeat at the hundtvof. Brown Bdo'd toealst" Whpn vnu want a nlcasant nhy sic' 'iilfe Tho director of the budget Xt Uiis"JUn'ctllfb"bt'.' Buckley felt whin they met- to display th.eir bov- try.Ghanb,erlBnV8 Tablets: fielj'a someone 'jeVklifR hcnat behind him ine and flncerlnn affllitv to...towns- snsv tci lain end mild ana' rentle ' ttl 'ishe'only Washington official who 'people horor'TbD contest was hild . un j i, cutua ridiculous figure without anri'lookfrig ar'on'nd, the pastor .,1. eutjci. viiu are .iv.,s.i ujiiiy iniiuu uj ca'n "Push Ann (fues'tlon's, Drfctali, In' tho opira house, which. was. paqk- - popple, vh5,hav8) bfcmo'dcaudlhted' neiyi wupeu ai. c push "uh'i 'strorifefdat iVom'a'rt' Is 'my cdt TllOy WllV' ' w, .. championship with ..Iheircood nuaMlcs. Willi ia' laro-nol' mry ., ,.oV.'ii lt'" ";i Manchester Union Just as an Item daj2zUng 1".A.ri.,.U t.Me txuiu-.c-iopnietfali' 3iof war 'cost don't o verlook the 15 mll- ," brilliancy, plnnedt his briiast, flPRliATOKS'hlKlR'-HlSlTriKft9 ' Ilptj TlfiSSPililiRlYONW ,j5rfl dollar destruction of property t he;A'age'Wd'pl3?uTl two 'rt!t:wi'riovi.:1t.ixi:si.x' Brown to MLrfTHAT:lTItAIXKl) VOlfl-f- t lUj Iul)ifl. ' had mndo co nlderablo reputation, and tho rejt l.s bastball history. ( Trls Speaker has enjoyed a deservedly grejl moasuro of popularity; ho crowji (3 JnRlO'Aitiorlitin Ilnihtlloii Aro Un jlnd i,k (gtbo adulation of the hetfflinc3'rfri tho sporting paRs .lolin- officially Strained l.v of tho press of the country, but no Mtn'rt Artlvlllcw trluuto could surpass that paid to htm by ono of his old telephone nsfloclates London, Aug. $. Telophons Company aro a bit' strained, not of- of' the Hlllsboro rotations who said of him: "I remember that ficially but unofficially. Mr. Speaker was always kind audi V. K. (Pussyfoot) Johnson U tit public good to his mother." rcn'son for tho moat recent outburst of When you yawn a good deal In the arrivWhen "Pussyfoot" Johnson daytime, fcol dull, achcy and want to ed in Kngland ho attracted tho widest return to stretch frequently It Is an unmistakaattontlon nnd probably his ble symptom of malaria, and unless this land of thirst has caused more you do something nt onco you are of any Amcomment than tho arrival somo booked for a spell of chills. Heroine erican pilnrlm slnco tho time provont contlncont Is a chill medlclno that will Tears iiro when tho first or cure tho disease. It drive out tho on of American "Doughboys" set foot Impultles on which tho malarial EnRllsh soil. . germ thrives, strengthens tho liver Is decidedly an unwol-"Pussyfoot" cleanses the bowels. Price 60c. vihimr from American shores, and m ,i Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. pub-it the newspapers Interpret tho com his ,iinn nf Eneland. In 1, a forth- - KAIim, IO.-- KOOLS WIFE, ing- tho English people see WHO THINKS HE IS 00 nuu.... .mi,e ..,Mtnck upon meir the news- -- Pnsavfoot" and m,...., - -- - litChicago, Aug. 5. Ttabbl Solomon papers have given long and blatant . ...till. nst mtn A Jllllea Is 105 yoars old, but he doesn't vU ,.,..- win ?dltorlals that,tney . want his wife to kiow It. u of his meddling, ana tnero ..a0 .,.. mthor nolnted remarks with "Sho thinks I am only 90," he said tl.a fact became known regard to American attempts to forco today, whon perb that ho Is :.&arded as the oldeii down w American reforms now moists son in Chicago. Hsh throats, which aro content nabbl Mlllcs Is known as a local ..7 i.- - i.nvrmees of alcoholic ' want pro- S'llumnti in the Jewish sMtlcniruts. 'The English people don't in their No lyiiger naive In synagar.uo work hibition, and they are loud seem to ho Is the "Marrying parson" anions -. i,.f it. but they of his has some magi- - the Jewish, peopio. Eight lear that "Pussyfoot" sway peopio eighteen children aro still allvs. He , -the xvhirh will against the has been married twice. and bring about a reform Hoastlng about age is 'empty vanRill, of the majority. the antagonism ity," Itabbl Milles declared ..n,.cvfnnt" takes cheer- A 'cur3C, he said, falls upon those of England In good part and who pride themselves In their lonKngianu " fnllv predicts that rfrv'in 1935. He seems to wax hap- - gevity. He regards it as something newspaper for which a person is not directly re?; and prosperous on the sponsible. The boasters, according campaigns against him. "Pussyfoot" has become to his bcllf, never complete he next Thp word. England, and it hundred years. Ho Is confident that a 'term of hatred in lo take-its- place among the ho will live to bo 200 years old. llrfs fair Itabbl Milles was bora In Mohiluv, -- fiEhfng 'wordl. and "Ariy t ootlsm' 'cpnectcd with "America. Po.dol jyovince, Russia, and says he h '&avs' AWWIBa rcuumbcrR qeqing Czar Nicholas 1.. rta nrnhib rfon and'no '(5p'portinl- -' elgUtyone..yea.is ?gpj , ,! ., i"t;i tv to. embarrass "Pussyf6bl1"ttmrhi3i n SurRoon agree that--, In. cases of ' JoiloNvers hf hoin Cuts, Burns,, TBruiso3 andV'pumU tllhSGlNG THE MATVBIl HOMH.-- he first eatni,ent.llno.stlimppi:tant. j el tl 'o" ,i ' ' " o5 ji: Wh.B an ocient antiseptic. Is, ap- 'famous editor ;ied prprnptlivithprgis lie; danger ol Hfir?3.. Buckle, .,r? jfiFvlW v9,r1f 'nhflltlaW AdvtidiifeV infection lanilf Uo wound .negins, 10 was'oni-- down South' Vrojc'htrfg In IP heal at once.. Fpj, .iBecon iViqn, (Or, .,,',,.0.1 xiuirrh. anVR fiannbr's' Wek u(lst,;Horo;one lA't.l -J Ty? h aliPK a.Hentaiiiuy,J-aow- r , Ilellgibiis' 6xpcrleccV','erd'rbe'and bo rea.ay .wt a.p pjnflrganqy.rc; nAsraiia firVen'tWnuVe'tfViSrthHiro ' iOc. fC0c..ana-sj,akoiu. nj ,,10 ity PCUR $0 ecstacy7 and "rap'tWre vftilch' were ho'r Ohio-Com" " ,J' '" ,r r --- -: comtant portion. in ,, ,:,. We siream trf'torna! "gush alight' ''MWtiPUlU ?IA,,AVIVNUU. , -,' .. 'JN lfUm4JW.KPUHWT overwhelmed the even-- . :4 fn. pored riilh- , i ami in Graceful manner no in- istef. "PUSSYFOOT" CAUSE OF BRITISH UPROAR THE HIGH PEAK OF THE SIERRA NEVADA The highest point In tho United Is not qn t Statos, Mount vVVhltncy. Isolated mountain peak Ilko Mount Shasta or Mount Rainier, which are old volcanoes, but Is a summit In the grctat Uoil .bloplcofitho earth's cruAt, forming California's sawtooth range, the Sierra Nevada. Ono stor y. day early In tho seventies tho first Director of tho Geologi cal Survey, Clarenco King, laborious ly, amid cloud and fog, cllmbtd to the top of Mount Whitney, as he supposed, only to find, long afterward, that ho had really climbed n neighboring paak. By a second Journey, how ever, made two years later on a clear day, ho reached tho summit of the "Tho Slberra true Mount Whitney. here," says Mr. King, "Is a bold wall with an almost perpendicular front of about 3,000 feet, which is crowned by sharp turrets having a tenden cy to lean out over the eastern gulf. These are properly tho crests of great rlbllke buttresses which Just from tho genoral surfaco of tho granite front. Mount Whitney Itself springs up and out like the sharp prow of an ocean steamer. Southward along the summit Is a region of confused rough-hew- n granltu obelisks and tow the deep ers, all remarkable for shattering to which tho rock has been subjected. It is a region which may even yet suffer considerable percept! bio change, since a singlo winter's frost and snow must dislodge num berless blocks from the crests and flanks of the wholo group. Indeed at the time of my visit, notably the period of least snow and frost, we often heard the sharp rattle of falling debris." Tho top of Mount Whitney stanrt 14,501 fet above sea level. Among mountains of slightly less height, none of them more than C miles distant from Mount Whitney, are Mount Hussell, 14,190 fee.t Mount William son 14.SS4 feet; Mount Muir, 11,023" feet; Mount Langley. 14,042 feet; Mount narnard, 14,003 fest; and Mount Tyndall. 14,025 feet. IP AnKlo-Aniorlc- -- IOt S i &f You Yom Shoialdl I 4fc c 9J& CALUMET The Economy BMKING POWDER Do 1 !- That's What Millions o Housewives I jm"" M BVA TJl .- ,.,, They know that Good Baking Powder can't 'be sold for less; that "More for the Money" means bake day failures, waste of time and money; that -- ! BEST BY TEST dlUlllCL lllCdllb CUllUiliy. M Nncelj't The World's Greatest Baking Powder ss 6;'J' J .j-r- -.. c tlo-on- 1 ft XEWSl'AI'KU VIKWS Constipation is the starting point for many serious diseases. To be Toledo IUade The reason happl-,nq.healthy, kep tho bowels active and never hatches for some people Herbine will remove all ac- Is.becausc they keep chasing the hen regular. cumulations in the bowels and put off the ties. Fimivitnm.ln nrlmo condition. Price 60c?sW by Ohio County Drug Com OH City Hllzzard Texas led all m pany. , .states In' May. Not In industry, bank M deposits, charities, or science just PAllll'A'x-liAXCK- U lynching. "' ClJ li. Jl W ' itq itdi Mile. ikt!iriIU m.it l.rai! n." Urir . " M'MtfngtieT?'' famed low-tarif- f - Aiifr.Pe'f forc-tns- $f France"l-tfut1hepvo- uld f Xm'eVlcan'-wfrine- "t ff n ' J . . may be" succefuli transplanted In do n't make much dlfforonco how to man, but b fon accepting th. much or how llttl" they jvonr, the restatement It would be proper to sult is the same await the verdict of that eminent sciSan FrancUco News Prominent entist, Mr. William Jennings Ilryan. clubwoman wants divorce because sho doesn't Know where her husband Is. Indianapolis News The movement might get under Ho may bo at home. way faster If Henry would pledge Harrlsburg Telegraph Tho girl free repairs for four yeirs. who uses a lipstick every five minProblem utes won't help mother can cherries Nashville Teunessean for mathematicians: How many Icus-sla- n for fear of making her finger red. rubles would it 'ako to buy a Chicago Ledger A ptrfect wife Is ton of radium? one who can ply her needle, and at Providence Journal The time Is the same time plan tho dlnnor and not far off when wo may learn pretend to hmr what her husband Ij whether Stefansson ha brf-'nliln lu saying bitch Ills airplane to the North Pole. With tho withdrawal of tho American troops from the Ilhino, It Toledo Blade Women were loved would bfm that tho war is over for In hoops, In bustles. In corsets, long i all excopt those who married to avoid skirts, silt skirts and short skirts. It tho draft Our Navy. nt J - f ivhls-peje'- d, -- :"- 0- ji 1 1 k,ir"i" c I $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper i V fc ' tc ' ,i 1 tA. i.jJI i I Tris Speaker is tClephopfllnciuy"n d'pwn In Hillbgrf'sTqyas, happy, .and qontpnt- $2 00, a day, with pulling :iio ambition to g t alqnji and even- tu illy becoiuo plant chief. His rncprd cawl.tstlli,:)reserv,cd by, tli,e,comppy shMV8 .that ho went, to, work for.tUo milAboro Company,, September. 1. IMTHainl In, l'Vbruary. J.QQJ. was, laid" off ,hun wprk, became placjc, as ho . was tno last man uiicu.pu. ' : u. j. good .workrecorded ahat .a , A MHJAOXAIin:'S MOTTO t man andi thnt'rl3J'b., teleiiliujjt com1 i.l pany pnrtod with him with regret. Jui(u"mKeilWATd1Jtb'e'HOhaRO Out of at job. Tris dtivnted'hlmtelf'to merchant and pinianthroplst (chle.f Jit dm 11 In whfch' us an amateur he. owner of Sil.11'8' Udennck & Oil.), won $5'ofloi'ed'Ijy'a Uewapapur a j)i:1io-i- f lie 'The In a'notto' contest. l .. ' ' favorite-- on tir his1 sent lh' ?as-atthlc'h he eot'from' Itdbert Ilrgelkoll ivjij.wa 1 tveryontViltvH,yV1ifi,J),,f.n:j3bolU our national gamo.kn()ws this rroit ball, player, pad, Ja4er gf (tha Clq(vc- lan.(l tP,am ' tho i;iQrlqan Loguo. Jlack. in' 190C tlU popular jilaypr ( actional flguro ilw, ha-4.va- ,,i,si applause A doafening selections. was'accor'ded Him 'by thd audience. St'alciip 'lhe"n ' ma'do-Miibid for tho state fiddling" 'chdmplonshlp. ' n The 'judges declared Brown vir- -' tuhliy cllifched 11tlfo ' '"championship Willi Ill's playing df Tho Bost'lndlan a selection which' Is regarded as tho acHl test 'for 'fidlllei'arn Missouri com- 'l "' ' petitions. -- Ap'pl'' cotton cloth'wet with Bait laru'V SnoVI.lnimtnit't'o all wounds, cuts, burns sores Or lilUters, and note Us wonderful healing power. It is nrniiltifairil'very effective .Price JOc, Sold by COc hiiu' $'1.20 piV 'bottlei 111 Ohio County Diug' Co;. s -' .., I ml ' -- fiarettes , poa, SOW1-,.'.- , u -- . ,a.. a.' When uileleuttuno'tterator w.iroi y."y wpnlfsliij sayA is repents only, tho tIenUonn jjil.mbr you liavo glvan.Mier,' Cleainjes,fln, n "D.ri,his uu speech is an essenllsl qualification t4ll(l. orfl HJ Women's Portland Press Horald .1'ill. for tt'ftaWfl' ifStVlefifiSrta board. shoes and niorff 'IV "Ulsflncf liiltflrig' lsi?srt' Wipdrthnt weaving of namely' :'M'woma'ratlierjWaajeBBar o It li'mfl: ' Unii Tn.l ''nt l'ihallriiit:nhMr'hlt iribney' iTke1n khig, oud 'si'iinll 'in? cquhJly Impoftarttn tne" othHrCrJtf WV. HaHft ,J)ir?,c!",R,i,n,,ro thuYnje dT uftyvTattd 'piml "mj ilflmoy I (Vyou-overthe During U arborn Independent tha,J.9 ;npnths that we were at war, speech JriU;rlush(s .a,(V7sPPtyl.,r'flrf: rcpijplfP90ji AjjO. cJiue onqiiition i)i,uuy iiersiuiH were Miieu un uur the number mphaslzes the uso otood grammar. Xiutuit,?. .nbjjili ,i battlo or who wlth,fjie mJ"'ivUjrii;uii .... Vi may-- ; HlckurAir-word- s i i' gwtcstj oave-- . but the effect la los,t It llty . wt" run hem 'together, ,or Jumhlq Donvor Kypress T$? Chicago them In our speooh.r t i r- - . ' liidlweV for election . worp W3 admire tft d.lsf Inct speQlv of , frauds. Who saliJL they' couldn't learn apd-osomurpro-actor and actresses politics? fofsional nliitfprmTfipqakerif. word tlwy litter. spoken, not Iwpjy, .JWUV'9?ip,r,e6.ii JP.V ,,as ow - rf. but 'clearly nnd plairlyt ratlfltd the treat'rolatlnK to Yap .While occupying pjocea far r??ov, , theiby vi(liK an Incident that , od Iioni'tuo souiJC'tblnj; nioro than four years - elai-wp ,aa, phono (iperatnra". iuj a4speaking ngjo. ::ie! Preslfjop't' VlKon tr'Iod to highly trained Jnth-art'o- f and rejupnibrtli ai distinctly w Uiedolk (J Good, grammarsas desirable in hicbivnys'-s-almostAwl- The Hartford Republican -- AND- wo-m- t; Bry , Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. bo-g- an 'nubile-plalfqrjn- s ofl-liotao- , . jff, itlo -- V m You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains complete telegraph and cable service covering the a world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald s local service gives all the news fand SUburbs-- ' Financial, pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be of iilter?sts Qyci'y it is Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. Sun(ky Hera'ld add ?2'50 to you?rmtttancleSire m'l..-!-,,i- KikVWl - iiws l l lkS Aeear." '" '- -'.t MrifoViniwa'tQ1" lly mo. '"ftJon'eV than'iliirny tno'-'whr- t klifgi-liav- e, ..J"n',i.t J..ai'tir.'!, qninnj'.nai 'hai ft'ivKonk nuntbef'f'c'alls'aro' IruoJto kXWbr tlio 8hiHne5dnalsfm1tblnW (.. n..' w?S2S but ho spends tt'vbW wlsl'ly 116 j '' iriey are '3 pnohonhmib'eY It 'htiitn'f 'd "i't onoj V1J J.r.' ! turn i vi jrfvi 1, vrl'MWia'": HBtnicTlyfeiplfi W iw.&, Mf .?,rlBXi fjr yjing jieoVlf i , PWB7-,c,.eTP- " U 7j ui hlmsglf or his family but Tioxglvos ll),miU,loaniau worthy pyrposos. he has tncliUl-r- d ThniiKh a JewTilmt-elf- , of peopio In his bbnbtac- all-wi- rls ilk'ed'up'th'filetJfihUnff-SerVlet- l r' fhSSrW1' Kbor 11, ill' 11 Bay this Cigarette and Save Money w ttii ;ia i,f Jl; 1 T ! ous.ioward. nogro education, m tho . ii. "" 'V-- a ' , c 'ps way to sneud moncsy smmms, 1IK0 a Ttlh b'bVoiI- aTuriil1idVy',klifBaoufBnt vJi. riVA', 'AVA r,lUrItt:i' '. ' i'l ,rravik bfi tl: J i ' R:ifelJljju,g (m.lOTSiplCo.iip-braip,- J i'Jla vaclttmiis-Alipjit-tho-uh- t Jyclli)t,Klo :alj5. to jUrlkp ' dr tV WHWM&tiR1ifl3r. Always prs, yVT yjjywj,'' pier,vallflnfiftjbaisju.piufnqs, i do. il-J- J- I lloston Transcript It is said ,Uiat tho vital organs ot the cblLipaozeo Order your subscription. through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. y ADMINISTRATIONS WENT Cottcrltl. Assistant Professor of History, versity of Louisville. Hy K. S. Uni- Indeed American history affords more than one liiBtanco where such travels have lieon compulsory. Hut In the entire history of the nntlon acre Is probably but one example of the entire executive niul legislative departments of a Btate packing their official suit cases and totting off to pay an official call on the governThis Btate. ment of n neighboring the Legislature and governor of did In 1SC0. It was to Ohio and they that thoy went had for their traveling companions the Legislature ''of 'Tennessee. And tho manner or the happening was In Ken-luck- It is of course, no unusual thing for tho governor of a state to go this wis. In 1S09 tho Louisville and Nash ville Hallroad y.asMnlshod and, ns was the Western custom In those was days, n mammoth celebration held to commemorate the occasion. The placo was Louisville, and to this city, ambitious even then, came tho tiinnicinnl authorities of Nashville, the legislature and lieutenant governor of Tennessee (tho govurnor being sick), the Legislature and Governor Magoffin, of Ksntifcky. to take official part In the rejoicing. Tho governor of Indiana came, too as did the mayor and Council of Frankfort Thereupon followed brave doing and revelry aix with banqueting ocans or oratory, In all of which James Guthrio, .president of tho Louisville nand Nashvjllq Railroad, was the cntral figure. In tho midst of the celebration came a committee from Cincinnati wltt an invitation for them all' to visit that city, and nnother from Columbus Inviting them to tho capital Of Ohio as the guests of the state. Tho reason for these Invitations was not merely courtesy nor Interest In In the Loulsvlll and Nashville. January 1860, war clouds were already blsEcr than a man's hand and wildly tho leaders were looking around them for anything that promised to lay the storm. It was hoped that a commission of tho Legislatures of tho three states might slay the disunion spirit undoubtedly abroad. So tho invltntlon was sent and accented and on the 2Gth of Jan- nary tha Legislatures of Kentucky and Tennessee, the governor of Kentucky, the municipal authorities of Louisville, Nashville and Frankfort and many others went aboard th? good ship, Jncob Strader. and set out( Tho boat was put at Tor Cincinnati. their disposal by Its owners. was Tho voyage to Cincinnati in a snowstorm, which continumade ed to rago as long as the visit lasted When tho party wero within six miles of Cincinnati they were mtft by a welcoming delegation on two steamers and the thrie boats, being lashed together, wont triumphantly Into Cincinnati. Thero tho Miami railroad hud put a train or fifteen coaches at their disposal and they set out Immediately for Columbus. Nicholas Longworth sent twenty cases of his best Catawba wine for their entertainment and tho rldo soon became hilarious. When artAmorlcan gctf slghtly. Intoxicated ho begin? punning, and tho Catawba.,ln'splrcd one of tho .jvo.rs,t ou,es vorheard on this Long worth contlnenU-"ThplUnJin whero tho Ohio legislature formally welcomed therm Governor Dennlson made the welcoming speech and Governor Magoffin replied as did Governor Newman, of Tennosse. Then tho Legislature adjourned and tho remainder of tho stay was spent In banqueting and the Inevitable western "levees." Tho burden of the toasts and tho speeches was the duty of preserving tha Union. All the speakers pledged themselves to this nnd spoko of tho determination of the bordjsr states to discourage secession and war. Yet within a year the Tennessee Legislature had seceded a larg1 part of the Kcntucklans had done the name, at least two of the Kcntucklans became members or the Confederate Congress, Chase had Joined Lincoln's cabinet and Governor Dennlson was calling for war. How vain is ever the cry of "I'caco Peacs" when there Is no pcucej Early In tho morning or the 27th tho visitors, having done what thoy could ror national unity by reason or Here forth again ror Cincinnati. roasting and mnklng speeches, pet they stayed until Saturday atternoon tumultously entertained in the usual Western fashion. While at Cincinnati Invitations came from New York and Pennsylvania asking that they oMcnd their visit to these two states, and theso Invitations were nccepted, tho certainly never acted on. It was nt Cincinnati that John Young Urown newly elected to Congress, but not old enough to take his place, made lilm-Fe- ir He prominent by his oratory. was the ravorlto speaker and seemingly tho peoplo or Cincinnati could not bear enough or the voice which fifty years later was still holding auHut finally all diences spellbound. roasting came to an end and on Saturday atternoon the Southerners departed, the Kentuckians over tiro Kentucky Central nnd the new-bui- lt Tcnnesseeans on tho Jacob Strader, So came to an end tho unique attempt to promote good reeling by the interchange or legislative visits. Had the good reollng been promoted? Not one whit. In n short time these were at each others throats, and as lor the Louisville and Nashville It was not engaged in blndlng'the sections, but in Awarding tho work or subjugation. Louisville '"" S. """ Herald. cn-tl- ro ' URGES SYMPATHY nm ',ccn wc" cnrC(' 'or lno pcrcei- tago circuits was found to bo as low FOR IHLrALLbN n8'iigi,i pcr cent." Thlrtyflvo birds In ono poorly' managed flock or uu ''Vinitii Folks Should Ho Loved More liens nau stopped laying wniic oniy lnsiciMl of Censured" Ha fhrrin In nnnthpr flnrlt nf 3F firnft that I'rniclirr. j barf 'been well proved to bo non-laI nt)' Children Cry for Fletcher's 55333333333 era.- - v . Akron, O., A113. 5 "VTIicn joUrg people go wrong uVTt carsuro thoir. Lovo them," said tho Rev. Orr . Haulmnn, during a sermon at Grace Reformed Church. ,. "Tho outstanding tendency of tho present ago is utter willingness or boys nnd girls to tjhrow themselves away upon one nnother," tho Rov. Dr. Haulman continued. "I nm not n particularly handsome man, but, when I am unfrocked And walk down tho street, a surprising number ot strange young women Indicate a willingness to ake up with me. "Young women whom I know tell ii mey are ,mo tho snme story, walking nlong tho street they nrs accosted nnd spoken to trom all sides. "Tho situation Is not one peculiar to Akron. It exists everywhere. Not since the age ot Nero has there been such a magnirying or sex. "For three years I have been studying tho situation. I never preached a sermon on It, because I thought It was something that would pass. Hut the tendencies are still decidedly tree. "The question Is: 'What kind ot homes nro these Tree young people going to establish? Will they not speedily tire or tho partners whom they pick up so casually?" "The boy or girl who has a real mother and rnthcr has the greatest. Inheritance that can be given. Any child who hasn't should be given sympathy, not censure. "The Hible tells ot a woman named Bcrnlco who attended the trial ot the Apostle Paul. History tells that she tnarrlod her uncle and then led an Agrlppa II. Then she was married to a king o! Asia Minor, but the ljfo was too tame for her, and she returned to her brother. "But Bernlce was not to be blamed, Sho had como from a homo where such things were tolerated.' And even there was some good In Bernice. For when Jerusalem was being sacked by Florus she went, with disheveled hair and evory slsn ot humility to orrer herseir ror her people. 4 "Therefore, when young people go A Great Rcim-dy- . wrong, don't censure them. Love Tho merits or Chamberlain's Colic Kermdy are well them." zzi& Diarrhoea known and appreciated, but there Is An Olrt Fault Finder occasionally a man who had no acg disAn Irritable and quaintance with them and should following by F. II. Dear, a position Is orten caused by Indiges read tho digestion anu hotel man at Dupuyer, Mont. "Four tion. A man with good usually ago I used Chnmberlaln's Colic bowels that act regularly is years good natured. When troubled with and Diarrhoea Remedy with such take or constipation wonderful results that I have since Indigestion They Tablets. Chamberlain's m recommended it to my friends." strengthen tho stomach and enable it to portorm Its functions naturally. jSffyTMg They also cause a gentle movement m of tho bowels. QUESTIONS rault-tlndin, "Ono poultryman whoso flock was culled In the .demonstrations found that keeping sour sklmmllk hctoro tho birds at all times and feeding them a grain feed ot equal parts ot corn And oats nt .night was a good method ot keeping up tho egg produc tion of his hens," Mr. Jackson said. "Another was. obtaining good results by .making a mash of ground oats and bran that was moistened with sour sklmmllk and red during the day. He also gav.e them sour sklmmlll; to drink. On the cojlege tarm good results in pgg production are obtained by keeping sour sklmmllk or buttermilk hctoro tho birds at all times nnd giving them a grain teed composed or seven parts of whole corn and Ihrco harts 'of oats. Tho hens '"" S3$35335S3S3S53'3333333333333 ; -- vMsiSiSiSiS The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borno the signature of the wrapper all these years mmm on generations. Do not be deceived. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. "Just-as-good" s fsFtf-t-izS&4cUM: - just t0 protect the coming Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTOR I A Castoria arc 'forced Yov drink the mil": at the fate drone 'gallon a day tor every 30 nulla. .'''. Ill 25,0UI,000 OLD MAIDS IN KUKOPK SINCK WAR is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Vfiad Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. Berlin, August" C. Twenty-tlv- e million women in Europe are doomed g 't'o 'splnsterhood, according to statistics published here. " It Is reckdned the male European population amount to 225,000,000 and the female 250,000,000. Thus ror every thousand men there are 1,111 womln. ' Betoro the war the excess or w'omen oVer men was thirty-eight in every thousand. Tho disruption between the sexes varlps creatlv thruout Europe. In nus8,a beforo the war tne surplus or womcn was 4 per cent( but u now reacheg 30 per cent, vividly Illustrnt- Ing the consequences ot war and revolution. There are largo surpluses In Great Britain, Germany, Austria, Jugo-slavi- a Franco and Italy. The n&utral countries present" a striking Norway, In Denmark, contrast. Switzerland and Holland the discrepancy Is rapidly" diminishing. life-lon- GENUINE CASTORIA of Raro tVift ALWAYS Siemature &Ly0Mi&K In Use For Over THE CINTAUN COMPANY. The Kind You Have Always Bought NEW 30 Years YOBK OITV. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. . LOCUSTS BRING LUCK TO AFRICAN FARMERS 5. Tho $m If rrntt will enurir children to look op nil nwroorite OieUibl Amri. It will pro a pncclou benus to them in if ttr yean. T Bible Answers WHAT IS THE VALUE OF THE VOICE WITH THE SMILE? Tho value ot a smile has been dellnltely fixed, It has often been omphasizd as In tho slogan of the telephone company "The voice with the smile Wns." But it remained for an impartial Jury to put a rixed price on tho value- or a smile, a Kansas City jury having awarded little Jimmy Godtrey. aged thirteen, a verdict ot $20,000 Tor an Injury to his race, received Trom contact with Ms an electric wlro. which power to smile. Commenting on the verdict, "Advanced Thjght" says- "Moral: It a is worth $20,000 .hen you loss smile It, it is worth $20,000 when you ueo What reason did Jesus give why we should forgive our enemies? Mark 11:25. Can a man serve two masters? Matt. C:24. What did Jesus do when the sun Luko 4:40. was 'setting? When does the Lord hear and save? Psalm 145:18-1How long will God keep his covenant with those that lovo him and 7- keep his commandmentsT-i-Deu- t. 9. locust Is not always an curse to the South African farmer. Tho Angora goat tarmer this year is congratulating hims:It on on the ract that, thanks to the his mohair will bo more valu able than would otherwise be the case. This summarizes an outstanding teatur or the reports made on the 1922' mohair prospects by the tori-mo- st Angora breeders. Ono farmer writes: "Owing to th blesslngln disguise of locusts, farmers wlll'be able 'to shear full length hair free or seed." or this is that The explanation after thet heavy rains ot th9 end of the year the veldt became prodigally rich in grass, which seeded abnud-antlLong-haire- d would goat naturally pick up a largo quantity of seed, which would have become entangled In the hair and depreciate Its value. Th'o' grass whero the locusts havf rested has bee'n" eaten ofr, and the farmers have been able to allow their goats to attain the maximum growth voet-canger. Port Elizabeth, Atrlca, Aug. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentuclcy Newspaper prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. Enjoy3 a nation-wid- e With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, 'The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. 1 ournal i By special arrangements we are now able to offer COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY AND , of 9. How does God 31-3. love?- - Jeremiah have not" been visited by locusts, have been oblgled to shear their goats' while the hair is still comparatively short. hair. Farmers who, on the other hand THE REPUBLICAN Both ono J car, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to .renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to peoplo living fn Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. Now subscriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times tor The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this otrice. I : - preserving." ... i It." Thero was a stqp of, Xcnia.nnd then TAI1LKT MARKS SITE OF No Jury has as yet tlxed a price on The ' treasury ' department reports on'to Cplumbus. Thero thoy were DR. HELL'S EXPERIMENTS tho voice with, the smllo over the 'that1 tho amount of money In circumot fit tlo station' b a welcoming telephono but experience has shown lation July 1 was $39.87 per capita rnmmltto anil escorted by tho militIs boyond price. as compared with $44.78 a year ago. Unon tho site of the Sanders bouse that . it -- ary1 thru streots decorated with flags In which Alexander This Is on an estimated basis of In Salem, Mass., OF HENS .nd lined .wlh cheering people1, to tho people in tha United States. Graham Boll conducted .some or his CULLS FOUND TO BE hall of tha J.Iouso of Representatives, An improved basis for reckoning the experiments that led to his patent fpr circulation was adopted with July a telephono In 187G, a bronze tablet Lexington, Ky.. Aug. 5. Results 1; tho tlgures now do not Include placed by the Essex Insti has been BAMBOlE'S MEDITATIONS already obtained In the poultry cull- any' notes held by the tederal retute. In any case the state writ- ing demonstrations being conducted serve banks. Tho Inscription on the tablet, rr. extension PAHSON 6oX SEBN CMLLUNS, ment shows that the volume of curW. Eliot, and veri- over the stato hy tho ten by Dr. Charles nf tho College of Agriculture rency is being steadily deflated which fied by Dr. Bell, tells In about 300 EN MISS LUCY TOL' ME T qupta or Is needed in order to restore residence in Indicate that the annual Kentucky 6IB 'IM 1EM SEB'N KITTEN? words of tho inventor's Mary Ann the hens in reasonable' prices. the housa owned by Mrs. laying' within the next WHUT UP AT JE HOUSE Sanders, trom 1873 to 187C. will stop (Brown) spring, accord- AIRPLANE TO LOCATE According to the tablet Mr. Bell month and loat until BUT HE 'Low HE DON' WANT ono of, bo colALASKA'S LOST TiAKKS gavo lessons on visible speech to Mrs. ing to H. R. Jacksonr NOTHltf' ELSE ROUN HtfA The demonstragrandson and lege, poultrymon. Sanders' being held to show Washington, Aug. 5. Locating WHUT EMS', suporlntendod tho child's education, tions, which are undiscovered photographing rurmors nnd poultrympn bow, to dis- and laying and floating lakes'lri tho national forests ot Alastinguish between APPEAL TO ANATOLH FJtANCB , I, hens, also show that tho percen- ka are the latest uses to which the been put, says the For tage ot culls in flocks that have, been airplane-haMaxim Gorky, ono of tho best fed and managed according to recom- est Service, United States uepari-meperknown Russian writers, made a of Agriculture mended methods during tho sumsonal appeal to Anatolo Franco, the It has long been known that there mer Is smaller than in flocks wherog French man of lotters, to Intervene was paid to the feeu-inare many lakes on tbo headlandH nn fnr the revolutionary socialists of llttlo attention the birds, Mr. Jack Islands traversed by tho Inside o and care of Russia. Tho trlail of those men by the between Seattlo and Skagway son added. soviet courts, ho said, "has taken tho nof appear on any map. DurHe has conducted demonstrations that do character of a public preparation for flight, mat' up to tho ing thn New York-Nom- e 24 flocks tho murder of men who have sincere- on a total of wero freand handled 1,417 birds, by. army aviators, lakes ly served tho cause of liberation of present time showed, quently sighted which could not bo or 411, the Russian people." Ho told M. 28 per cent of which that thoy bad found on the latest and most authensigns Franco, hlmsoir moro than half a the characteristic perceritago of tic maps of the territory. Talcs ot unsocialist, that perhaps tho authority stopped laying. Tho constantly eome flocks was as high as known water bodies aro of his words would save tho socjallsts' loafers in ocka that being brought In by trappers and 68 per cent while In other 100,-74fc.'0ONE-THIRD one-thlrjl.- or ld MONEY IN CIRCULATION f - r- s nt pas-sag- Less than a year ago a 'prospectors. miles long and one-ha- lf lako lour mile wldo was discovand one-haered, at the head of Short Day. This lake has over 1,000 acres of surface area and Is less than one and miles tnim tidewater, yet because of tho surrounding country's rough topography has remained unknown and unnamed. Recognizing that many other of these "lost lakes" may be sources of valuable water power, the Forest Service has laid plane to map this land of the North by means A few days' of aerial photographs. flight, it Ib said, will bo sufriclent to pnver the area with a degree of ac curacy that would require many years and groat expense to accomplish by ordinary methods. The work, which has been approvComPower ed by the Federal mission, will be done by seaplane, flying from Kotchlknn as a bnso. lf one-tourth no-ma- record tor service or any telephona switchboard operator In fho country. She became a switchboard operator in 1880, and Is still handling a switchboard in tho main otrico of the, e Telephone Co., at St. Paul. Tri-Stat- ESTAHLISIIti!) MILK RKCORI) ' It is announced by tho Ayrshire breeders association that an Ayrshire cqw owned by A. H. Higginson. ot South Lincoln, Mass., mado a nev world's record tor her class by pro-uucing more man iu,uuo povuds or milk in 300 days. This co,v woe first prize tbree times at the national dairy show nnd was tormerly grand champion ot Canada. RUILU MONSTKR LOO CAI1I.V Forty woodsmen aro busy at Aurora, III., building the largest log cabhj, in the United States as a permanent convention hall for the Lumbermen' t 1ANGKST SKIIVIL'13 RKCORO Association ot America. The cabbi. which will require 17 carloads ot logs Miss Elizabeth B. Good or St. Paul, to build, will bo 150 feet lone and SB Minn,, is believed to have tbo longest wlde CvpyncM. (921 ty McCiurt titmnt Sxadiatfk Jives. The Hartford JUUITKOKD Republican COMPANY Published Weekly by riUNTlNG Incorporated ger of "mad dog" bltei the Slate Hoard of Health Is creating a needless and senseless panic in the minds of the Ignorant and nervous populace. Possibly thcro arc cases of people dying of rabies. It may have happened somewhere at sometime- In distant communities In the rtnipte past, but In fifty years of llf r never saw a case, nor have I seen anybody who has personally seen one. Only two or three centuries ago witches were a solemn reality and many of the poor wretches were hang:d or burned fo the terrifying obscesslon. Recalling my own horrible dread of meeting a "mad dog," many years ago when 1 wns moro credulous ot state boards than I am now, I am consclous-o- f the unwarranted anxiety this foolish warning will cause many people, and urge them to fall back on (heir1 owtt commonsense experience and dismiss tho matter from their minds. They stand a thousand chances to die of bloodpolsonlng from pin scratches to one of dying of rabies. Indeed, rabies Is a disease so rare thnt no Insurance fotupany in the won 1 thinks it wofi'i wi lie to write protection against tho rl3k. In so far as the warning may result in tho killing off of worthless dogs It will prove useful, but as a measure for protecting the public health the harm will overwhelmingly overbalance the good. I am not rash enough to ask the pec- pie to accept my Judgment as against 'the State Doard of Health,, but I am asking them to dismiss their fears out jf I heir own experiences, and an ounce of experience is worth a pound of txrert opinion. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG ny I. D. Claire. hadn't got half way through town on my arrival Saturday till I saw Eck Rial didn't keep a cow any1 Ri I. W. S. TINSLEtf, Editor.' and Business Manager., more. I could tell by tho high grass growing on tho streets, Eck's cow Used to be a great weeder. I dropped Into Buddy McFag's soft drink stand Just before I left Louisville to take a drink of moonshine. I asked Buddy to havo one with mo but he shook his head, and said he would not drink tho stuff. I told him ho ought to bo ashamed to sell folks stuff he would not use himself. Hut in his dry, drawling wny he said, "Why, tha don't prove nothing. Henry Ford won't rldo In lil 'Jlvvcrs and ho sells millions of em." Entered according to law at tbo rostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as mail jMtter ot tbo second class. "Address all communications ffne Hartford Republican. to I NOTICE TO 8UBSCHIBEKS Subscribers desiring tbo paper sent ta a new hddress must giro tbe old id dress in making tlio request. Locals and Notices 10c r ler llnf.d" 8c per r.lie r ch Jltlonal Insertion. . - T...JJItuaries. P. "Solution and Cards 6c for lc il Thanks, line per word, and money well bead and slgunu'tro, Jx advance. Church Notices for services free, i V..1 otber advertisements, lc per 1" .; I spent the first half of my life telling other people what I knew and now I am spending tho lasl half trying to learn what other people know. Mnson left town as soon as I came In. Ike said Hartford was too nnouncmg A wholly 7V&K line of cars built on Buick principles but with improvements and ' time-trie- d i s Anonymous communications Mcelvo no attention. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual will Ike 59 AUGUST 1 small a town to have two such smart men in It at once. If that story In last week's Republican was truo about Brother Bob Beunrtt's cow, and 1 know It was true unless Fluke stretched It, Droth-e- r Bob has a dickens of a valuablo cow or else he Is a great profit, er. In revisiting tho glimpses of the moon It Is good to see the same old bunch of grand old men sitting un-dtho awnings and reciting reminiso. 23-6-4- . 1 1 J -- 1. .V rermemenis wnicn mane xneir lruiuuucnui-a- n --- f.. ' event of 14 1 nation-wid- e interest. -' .FRIDAY 1 A VISITOR'S GREETING Having the privilege of a vacation camo for a visit to my old home Distinctive Models 23-6-5- Astonishing Values and Prices SIX CYLINDER MODELS 23-6-4- WILSON'S HOLD BROKEN Among these cences of tho long-agThe nomination last week by of Missouri of .Senator old patriarchs I note Capt. Cox, Perry Reed to succeed himself in tho Unit- Sandefur. Jake Duke, Bob Walker, ed States s nate was the crowning and others. calamity In the political career of I have heard a great many differ'That great man In the White House.' Senator Reed had refussed .(f Join ent excuses for declining to work but those cringing members of his par- shoofixur Leach pulls a new one. ty In congress in fawning at the feet Leach complains of not fetllng well of presldsntbl arrogance, and Mr, and says ho Is not going to work Wilton decreed that he should bo anymore until It rains. Later It Sanator Reed has rained, and now tho shoeflxer Is outlawed. had dared to oppose the President's laid up with rheumatism, caused by policies relating to the world war the damp weather. and had consistently stood against entangling alliances Mr. Wilsdn was Albert Cox came into this offic proposing under the guise of a Monday morning with a frown on his League of Nations. In punishment face and blood In his eyes and breath- for having a will of his own the jm- - vengeance against me and Fluke. Democratic national convention at Hut Cox left with a smile on his far" years ago refused and a song on his lips. It is wonder- lasting attachments, attachments that San Francisco two to allow Mr. Rod to sit as a delegate ful what a little moonsnine win ao adlose nothing of their charm in election ot vancing age. I am grateful for many tu thnt body. But in the repudiated for sonp people. that year Wilson was a warm and friendly greeting by the emphasis not soon to bo forAmong the many things in Hartgood folks of Hartford and of the with an stay, and gotten. Two years later Reed' enters ford that havo not changed since I county during my brief for was hero a year ago is tho telephone race for the nomination look forward with sincere pleasure tho United States Senator. It was Reed's service. And It is reassuring to to otber seasons when I may come Wilson's record. The know that It can get no worse. back again. In all the world there record against made it such a pontest is nothing truly grand but human nominaThere Is a girl who has been playgoodness and that abounds alike In by openly opposing Reed's tion, and the recalcitrant senator ing the devil around the Republican city and country.. There Is as much regardless of pol- office all the week. Oh, don't go and true nobility in the plebean's hut as won. Newspapers itics declared before the event that get curious about it. "Devil" s Just in the prince's castle, and the man primary would" ba the nowspaper parlance to designate a who is himself noble recognizes this the Missouri final test of the former president's helper around the office. where-eve- r equality; and admires worth i Sly few clays here leadership, and the result is now It appears. I heard Judge Wedding In county Jiave. been a feast of pleasure and I court Monday admonishing the attor-- , wishes for the 3eave with sincere with tho conduct Governor Icalth, happiness and prosperity of commendable Morrow has actedmatter neys to hurry along with when I was discretion In the of their cases, and Just good people of the town and the of sending State Guards to strike dls- - mentally congratulating the Judge on county. trlcts. He has adopted tho very expediting court business he'gave the Very truly yours, sensible policy ot sending thtjm only snap away by saying "Boys, hurry J. H. THOMAS. when requested by the local peace this business along; Ry gosh! it's too officers. ,He can not havo personal hot to stay up here any longer than APPELLATE COURT HACK rewo have to." X,ocal conditions strongly favor the knowledge of local conditions In mote sections of the state, and must election of Lllburn Phelps, secretary by tho judgI exccedlnly regret to have to disof tho Republican state central com- bo guided In the matter ment of local authorities. The unions appoint Republican readers by falling mittee, to the Court of Appeals from presence to publish my promised biography of tho Third Appellate district. Judge are protesting against the of the guards at some points, insist- Rattle Nail, but after getting all the Rollin Hurt, the sitting member, and who Is not only popular with his po-Tl- o ing troops are not needed. Rut it principal events of his lfo together an error has been made it was made Tinsley absolutely refused to let me ljut had made a capablo and effiresponsipublish It. Ho said the result would cient member of tho court, felt like by county officials who are ble for tho maintenance of public or- be. certainly u divorce suit by Rat's "his record should entitle him to whole wife and probably a libel suit against without opposition, and der, and wli" them rests tho known the paper." announced ho would be a candidate responsibility. The Governor's to succeed himself only In the event couraga in the matter of suppressing ,My good friend Frank Wallncc, of he was not given opposition for the disorder wheiover It occurs will have a salutary Influence In maintaining Roslno, camo very near getting a Tho position Judge nomination. peaco and dignity of tho good thrashing at ths hands of a loHurt assumed was a high and dlgnl-ile- d the Frank had cal barber Wednesday. one, but greed for office enticed gotten a shave and llkpd the work so T. A. McCandlasR of Munfordsville to The railroad and mine strikes are well he told the barber if ho would announce for the placo and Judge htlll hanging flro with no definite call ins down aid give mo a shave uccuuea to enter. was It uuri prospect for Immediate settlement, ho would pay for It. Tho barber had understood among the Republicans public should not feel unduly been reading this column and think of tho district that on account of but tho alarm' d. If driven to extreme neces lng Frank wanted to got me punish Judgo Hurt's high personal standing sity tho government of tho United ed, regarded Ills request as a reflec- -' and his efficient record no opposition Stntes Is bigger than any group of tlon on his work, and was In' a mood would bo given him In the final raco its citizens, nnd a way will bo found for getting busy when Frank sneak-o- il If he wero nominated. This fact was out of tbo difficulty. Tho public, out of tho shop. well known to tho legion of Domo- - j . which bears tho burden of constantly Judgo Hurt, and they cratlc friends of recurring strikes, is Insisting that a I told Editor Tinsley that I guessed will naturally resent tho unwarranted way must bo found to prevent exact- I ought to mention that he was not candidacy of McCandlass, who was ing hardships for which It Is In no responsible-- for anything appearing t nit f i f flui u trtm """ mm I" """ ttt'i " v"" ' "l iihltiin---, ah.1 ,.. -v..i if organized In this Issuo of tho Republican, and nd or very solemnly but politely said he "ot !I ,.....,., inn ,. tn tho event In a more effective manner. their differences tho government will ' Jlr. Phelps is a lawyer of marked abil- b forced KARM LOANS to find a wny to adjust ity. Is personally well known to and them for them. If tho present trou-bl- o popular with the voters of tho district Wo aro in a pqsltlon to promptly Is much further prolonged presand this combination of events, In farm sure of public sentiment will force procure loans on desirable light of tho fact that tho district congress to pass a law creating a la- lands, situated in Daviess and adgavo Republican majorities In tho bor board with tooth In. joining counties, on 40 yeara time elections of 1919 and 1920, makes tho with llboral prepayment privileges. election of Mr. Phelps moro than a What will Jimmy Cox do now? He Interest Loans under governjirobablllty. has been tightly holding on to tho ment supervision. shirt tall of former president Wilson L. P. TANNKR, TIIK MAD IKK! SCARM in the hopo of anothor nomination 116Vj W. 2nd. St., Owensboro. In sending out a blanket warning for tho presidency. Will tho Mlssou- For loans In Ohio county sea Judge 7Jo the people to beware of the dan- - rl primary shake him looso? 5t2 Jno. U. Wilson, Hartford, Ky. ! town, and the pleasure of my sojourn will form a pleasing and a lasting memory. Like many another countryman coming to a largo city I have fallen for the lure of men In mass. There Is a fascination about the atmosphere of the multitude that wins at last the favor of the most obstinate. There Is something about the din by day and the flash of lights by night that binds people to a large Ity. There comes the opportunity to Indulge the most varied and varying tastes, along with the fullest measure of conveniences, the whole forming an attraction for which the "weakness of man is prone to fall. Plan's habits and tastes are chiefly I products of opportunity and environ . ment, and now I think I should not like again to live In a small town, but I hope the time may never come when I shall not feel a thrill of delight to visit my "old home town." Jlere live the people 1 knew best when the vigor of youth formed strong and -- 4 5 7 ?r 23-6-4- 23-6-4- 3-6-48 3-6-49 23-6-5- 0 Sport Road., 3 pass. $1625 Tour.Sedan,5 pass. $1935 Sport Tour.,4 pass. 1675 Roadster, 2 pass !175 FOUR CYLINDER MODELS Tourinj;, 5 pass. 1195 Roadster, 2 pass. - 865 Sedan, 5 pass. 1985 Touring, 5 pass. . 885 Coupe, 4 pass. 1S95 6 - 1175 Coupe, 3 pass. Touring, 7 pass. 1435 Sedan, 5 pass. . - 1395Sedan, 7 pass. 8 2195 Tour. Sedan, 5 pass. 1325All Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan 4 23-6-5- 5 23-4-3- 4 5 23-4-3- 23-4-3- 23-4-3- 7 - 23-4-3- - Ask about the G. M. A. C. Purchase Plan which provides for Deferred Payment See These New Buick Cars Now at Our Showroom ACTON BROS. DEALER - HARTFORD, WHEN BETTER. AUTOMOBILES KENTUCKY ARE BUILT, BUICK WILL BUILD TH17M i - j -- I I I tho Jefferson County Sheriff's nffic Rev and Mrs. A J Williams and and was tolling A. Cox that shiners! other relatives. in tho city wero In tho habit of boiling a kettle or onions in order to (By Fluke McFluke.) Our old filnd John Buck of Man-dkill th smell of fermenting mash. was In town Monday, and reports Co.x said as how ho had nover seen Wo feel sorry for Bat Nail. lie the neighborhood health good and is the most talked of. and the least that tried but h.o did not think that crops fine. Ho says tho persimmon lied on person in theso hereabouts. anything ho had ever fooled with crop is a bumper ono and young pos- equal cabbage. Yes, ho said would "Um" n,,,noro,,s' whlc" mention lll cooklng cabbage Foster Bennett is the champion shot. We hope would get It every' off.'"1":l)!1,ly Tv"h '" Jm,Ba WeddliiB the prohibition near fisherman In this section. Ho cers don't bee this though. iipck ot mo woods soon Wo arc , viands uini went to his lines n few days ago going to make Cox a long visit In tho after tho first Jack frost. and had a monster mudcat on his trot j near future In order to verify the line, he wrestled with it for some j truthfulness of his statement etc. Mrs. Carrie Williams of Shreve-por- t. time, finally got it to the surface -La., and her sister. Miss Dora and a hand within each gill, but his Gibson, of Jonnlngs, La., aro gueots lordship was too much for him, ho PERSONAL NEWS of Mr, and Mrs. j. S. GUnn. The couldn't get him out of tho water and AND SOCIAL EVENTS ladles aro former residents of Hartfinally let it escape. (This l not Inford, and always1 rccelvo a gracious tended for a fish story, but solemn Mrs. Fllura Barrett nnd daughter, welcomo when they refurn to the truth) Miss Mattyo Bonner, who are spend- city. Miss Gibson mndo the race on Henry Ford, tho producer of Liz- ing tho summer In Hartford, return tho Republican ticket for county su zies won't ride in them. Ho was In ed to their homo at Barrett's Ferry. Pclntondent of schools In Ohio coun n big Lincoln the otnei day when Friday of last week, where they will ty bacl ,n ",e nlnotlos, and was the first woman to bo a candidate for l'rl'bfd for speeding. Had 1m hon spend a few days. office In Ohio county. in his own fllvvor ho would have Squire Brown, of Simmons, was been in no danger. .. In to see us tho other day, and was "Uncle" Boh Simpson of Uitei-tow- n, That Missouri Rene? was too long polite enough to say that wo wero us dropped In for n paw shake for Brecklnridg3 with Wilson added. good looking as ever. Wo told Quint With II u Um fire I of ,1... ii.iuiL' nnll wo had discovered years ago that wo wo wore delighted to sec hli... '"Un- , , ...... .,ub ir.i ti.ii,,.l. !. Albert Cox wus, In some manner, print,! Tint ow t..tui,bu mu .nunu sole- clo"Rob used to bo ono of the stand-by- s wise to tho fact that John Henry ly on our good looks, and had decided of the Republican party In th' vas here, and they being buddies in to specialize In good qualities. old Biilzetown precinct, and man)' vmIoiis and .intdry depredntlotu, "h was the tlmo Judgo Wedding and naturally bnkn foi this office on hh Mr. and Mrs. DoWltt Williams and niysslf, in our annual mission of arrival In town; In fact he would not llttlo daughetr, Kllen Lort'iio, of sclioolhouso ornjory, ate "Unhave "came" had John not been Pittsburg, Ga., and Mrs. AVIUIams' cle" Bob's hash und his buthere. About all of their conversamother, Mrs. J. T. Thomas, of Chat- termilk A veteran drankCivil War of tho tion revolved around Volsteadlsm tanooga, Tenn., motored to UiIb city and olghty-on- o yoarft old, Mr. Simpand bootlegging. Thomas Is a man Thursday of last weok to' spend two son appears two ot experience, bolng connected with woeks with Mr. Williams' parqiits, than ho really 1b. decades bouncer I STRAY STREAKS a. ..,., ?nnr!,hkTrmtl,rf0r;lra,lta, ,. oii,i ROCKPORT (INDIANA) or'"'1,., ,.., .... August 23 to 26, 1922 Beautiful and Well Equipped Fair Grounds EXCITING RACES. T. C. BASYE, President C. M. PARTRIDGE, Secretary FAIR X 6. Phyto Sallcl for the Liver. Phyto Sallcl for tho Blood. e, Fall Arrivals! I Our advance fall styles in Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks and Dresses are in our house ready for your To say they are pretty is putting it mildly. They are beautiful in style and excellent in qualities and much lower in price. If you are ininspection. Mr, John Henry Stewart and son, Karl Maxwell Ilcavrln, of Hawcs-vlllHoy, of HJpst, made a business' trip Is spending the present week to OwenabQi-t- i Tuesday. '& with relatives In town. Miss Geneva Howard, cltv. unnnf (.'tires Miilm-hi- , Chills, Fever Bilious l'eicr, Coldt mill from Thursday until Saturday of last JiaRripiic. 50t20t week with her sister, Mrs. Leslie Stewart, and Mr. Stewart, of tho CenProf, and Mrs. Arthur Hell, of tral Grove country. Louisville, aro visiting Mr. Hell's Mr. J. A. Johnson, In tho employ parentB, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hell, of of tho Ilond Tie. Company, Decatur, tho Uufonl country. Ala., accompanied hy llttlo Miss Dr. Wlllard Lake of McHcnry, who Francis Plerson, spent from Friday of last week, until Monday, with his taking h,ns been a course In surgery, at Chicago, return- family here. ed tho first of the wquk, Mrs. Joe C. Bennett and Mrs. AnMiss Mattyo Duke, who attended a na J. Hennett and little son, Charles school at tho University Ross, returned to their homes here of Kentucky, Lexington, has returned Sunday from Matanzns, where they had spent several days, the guests of to her home In this city. Mr. and Mrs. Lennie Everley. Miss Mary Warren Collins has reMrs. IJprnlce Frost and children, turned to Louisville, after spending s' a .vacation with her par- nnd Miss Emlllc Pendleton and Mr. B. ents, Mr. and Mrs. II. T. Collins, city. Finch, of Central City, spent Sunday In Hartford, tho guests of Mrs. Mr. (lllmoro ICeown, of Lexing- Frost's and Miss'Pendlcton's father, ton, arrived In Hartford yesterday, Dr. E. H. Pendleton and Mrs. Pento be the guest of his parents, Mr.nnd dleton. Mrs. S. O. Keown, for several days. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Cunningham, TIIK ROCKPORT, INI)., FAIR Mrs. H. H. Hughes and Misses Anna August 23 to 3C, cool shady grounds, Kllllck and Lucile McClure, all of Admission, 50c. Leltchflold, who made up a woak-en- d lots of amusement. Children 8 to 14 2Gc; under 8, free. house party with Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Martin, returned homo Sunday afternoon. Miss Marguerite Uenfrow, of Owensboro, spent from Friday night of Judge Anthony Thatcher and last week; until Monday morning, In this city, tho guest of Miss Amelia County Attorney Jack Bratcher, of Morgantown, attended a &&!Mi',n of Plrtle. the county court hero Monday. They Mr. Sam Dennett died at his, home represented E. E. McClung, a Hutler near Narrows, yesterday. Ills re- county man, who was answering to a mains will bo burled today in tho charge of bastardy. Mldkiff burying grounds, near Sulphur Springs. Mrs. Warren Mills and little grandson, J. W. Mills, of Owensboro, are Mrs. C. W. Harris, and daughter, spending the week in Hartford, the Miss Evada, of St. Cloud, Fla., and guests of Mrs. Mills' sister, Mrs. A. Mrs. V. O. Harnett, of Stutgart, Ark., W. Mills. They were accompanied aro tho guests of Mr. and Mrs." A. to this city Sunday, by Mr. and Mrs. M. Harnett, city. Sumner Mills, who returned home that afternoon. An examination will be held at tho Owensboro postoffica tomorrow Mr. and Mrs. Ney Foster, of to examine applicants for a vacancy Arkansas, will arrive in HartIn the rural carrier service at the ford Tuesday to visit Mrs. Foster's Fordsvllle office. father. Mr. Cal P. ICeown and other relatives. Mrs. Foster will remain STIIAYKO OH STOLEN Small,, red here for an extended visit, and Mr. Cow, 6 years old, cropoff of right Foster will go on to Indianapolic, Ind. ear, swallow-for- k in to visit his mother. and under-b- it left. Notify PIIBSTON DAUGHBR-TGt2 Taylor Mines. Mr. John Leach, of Poplar Bluff, Mo., arrived, in this city Monday Mr. Wallace TUley, of Union City, morning, to spend several days with Ten ii., and sisters, Misses Hcttio and hfs family, who have been visiting Huth Itlloy, Owensboro, spent a few Mrs. Leach's sister, Mrs. J. D. Holdays in Hartford last week, the brook, and other relatives in Ohio County, for the past month. guests of relatives. post-gradua- te six-weetwo-weekDe-mn- terested in an early buy, you should not faif to see our , line. " x ' .1 .'TV r i Coat Suits Dresses . Coats $15.00 to $35 $ 7.50 to $30 $ 5.00 to $35 These come in all the new fall shades as well as the latest in fabrics. "WE ARE NOW SHOWING n IRGb, Republican AUOUSTii Phyto Sallcl at all Dealers. of reIat,VM , Newest Autumn Tailored Modes in Ladles' and Misses' coats by and suits developed In Indlvlual fabrics and distinguished smartness and originality of design. Fur is being used more than generously caracul being the most favored fur trimming. Many new materials aro offered In suits, but as usual the navy blue tricotlne is leading. ays-good Wo cordially invite you to visit us. alw- Carson "ASK TID3M" 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 funny, They ship the same, And get more money. Then ask them WHY; The same story they'll tell, 'It's a DE LAVAL, The kind we sell. Geo. A. Barnes (Et Co. Hartford, Kentucky. H6 The Hartford vmnAX Mrs. John Hell. city, was tho gues contertown Wednesday and yesterday. ' Sl.Ias, Stevens Frank Wallace Herman Plrtle H. E. Mllllgan Waldon Haynes Hez Ward T. W. Miller D. T. Black Addle Mathews Jodie Miller Less Shultz E. A. Barnnrd Holland Shown Lewis Robertson Edd Curtis F. T. Wilson J. W. Edmonson Minnie Ragland Finis Evans T. W. Ragland W. E. nrown Bessie 'Hughes D. EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At .The Best Stands. SMOKE J PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism. Attorney A. D. Kirk, after being WHERE! WHEN? Itockport, Ind.. Aug. 23 to 2C, to the biggest Fair out of his office during tho past several weeks on account of eye trouble, over held there. has recovered and again rseumed his Mr. and Mrs. Leon 11. Hlsliop, city, duties In the office. were the guests of relatives near OwMiss Norlno Harnett has returned ensboro, Sunday. home from Lexington, where she had Mr. J. V. Wilson and son, Goe- - been for tho past six weeks, taking training cours at the "hrtl nit v worn In DiunnalinrM nn (ma- - atacbors Unlvorsity of Kentucky. lne;8 Wednesday. Miss Alice Taylor, city, who for the past several wosks lias been attending school at the Western Kentucky State Normal, Bowling Green, arrived home early Monday morning, to be at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. J. W. Taylor, who has been very ill, but is now some better. Dr. J. It. Plrtle, city, wont to taking hli Louisville last week-en- d, son, Ferdinand, for expert examination. Several years ago he sustained a fractured arm which has lately been causing trouble. It was determined that an operation would be necessary to correct the trouble. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. L. Mitchell nnd Marvin Black, deputy collector of Ky., - llttlo daughter, of McQuady. intornal rovenue, is In the city lookspent last week In Reaver Dam., tho Ing after mattors of tho federal Attorney M. L. Heavrin Is in Ohio guests of Mr. Mitchell's sister, Mrs. nu0- weelT, on legal business. DHlard MInton and Mr. Mlnton. Mrs. J. II. Thomas and son, Linden, and little granddaughter, Martha Brashear, who have been spending some time with relatives at Narrows, returned to Loulsvillo Thursday. Mrs. R. F. Jones, of MadlBonvlllo. ' Mr. John If. Thomas, of Louisville. tho guest of relatives in Hartford is spending tho wook In Hartford and is incidentlally editing this issue this week. i of tho Republican. Miss Stella Hell, of Buford, was Hon. W. O. Moats, Republican guest of Miss Margan week-en- d noralneo for congress in the Third King, city. ret district, was a visitor In Hartford Monday. visitMrs. Prudlo Mooro, city, is ing Mrs. Harry Tlchenor, and Mr. Mr. W. C. Logan wont to OwensTichonor, near Beaver Dam. boro Tuesday, where ho underwent an operation for tonsllltla nt the City Mr. A. L. Mitchell, of McQuady, Hospital. Ky.. was a caller at this office while In town Friday of last week. .Mr. C. B. Carden has begun construction of a resldenco on the slto Mr. Archie C. Miller, of Beaver where his houso was burned someDam, paid this office an appreciated time ago. call while in Hartford. Monday. Is fc E. H. and A. W. Maddox of Mrs. Rowan- - Holbrook- - and Mrs. were guests of their sister, a Loe Slnimerman loft Tuesday for Mrs. Celeste H. White, and familly, days' stay at Dawson Springs. teu city, Saturday. lor duiing tho past two weeks, returned to Nahvlllo Wednesday. Margaret Williamson, of "Miss spent Friday night of last Tho Rockport, Ind., Fair Aug., wool? with Miss Amelia Plrtle, city. 23 to 26 bigger, better nnd more Interesting than ever. Don't miss It. Mrs. 'Chester Wilson and llttlo Parking spaco for your cars. spending daughter, Francis Dee, aro ' tho week with rolativos In Hartford. Rev. Russell Walker, and Rev. Fuqua. city, attended Fulkerson, M. T. Ll- - and Mrs. R. E. Messrs. Louis son, the Daviess County Baptist Associakens and Howard Ellis and llttlo tion, at Red Hill, Wednesday. John Hill, were In Owensboro yesterday. Mrs. J. Walter Groop, of ComLouisville, merce, Texas, 13 tho guest of her parHon. A. S. Dennett of ents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Barnard. spont Saturday night In this city, tho Hartford Route 2. Rev. Creep will r a. guest of his father, Mr. W. Join her later. n, . Miss Holon Westorflfld has roturn- Miss Clco BInkley, who has been jed, from a throo week's visit to Mr. a guest of her sister, Mrs. Ross TayL. Compton, Whltcsvlllo. and Mrs. F. Rev. and Mrs. Worth Wade and Miss Mamie, and son, John, of Barlow, Ky., spent a fow days last week. In this city, the guest of Mrs. Wade's aunt, Mrs. L. P. Turner and Mr. Turner. They aro now visiting Bell, who attended a Mrs. Wade's mother, Mrs. R. C. HudProf. Forost s' teachors training course son, and other relatives, in the BuUniversity of Kentucky, is the ford community. at tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mr. Clem Moxley. of Fordsvllle, whom S. W, Boll, of tho Buford community Fluke twits so frequently on his Mr. and Mrs. RUoy McDowell, and good looks, was In town Thursday. Julia Mao and When nsked for a report of news little city, spent a day last week from his town Clem said tho last ImJohnny, with Mrs. McDowoll'a sister,' Mrs. portant event thcro was the marriage of Simon Smith a few weeks ago. Tho Angelina Leach, near Beaver Dam. IhRldpnt nt least Illustrates the local Mrs. B. H. Collins nnd llttlo Miss impprtance Fordsvilllans attach to Mary Bello king, city, went to Cen our old friend Simon. tral City Sunday, to be the guests of FOR SALK OR FKNT Blacksmith Mrs. Collins' Daughter, Mrs. Harry Shop. Fully Mr. Hoover, for several and General Repair Hoovffr and equipped with hand and power madays. condition. Best chinery in first-claMrs. Hettlo Fulkerson returned to locntlon In county, doing business her homo here Thursday night of last from $150 to 2G0 per month. Comweek, from Dfltrolt, Mich., whore she plete record of business for last yoar. Good opening for right party. Full spent about six weoks, as tho guest i of her son, Mr. John Fulkerson nnd details by writing or calling on I W. V. 3PROULE & SON, Mrs. Fulkerson. Dundee, Ky. I j Mr. and Mrs. N. B. White, Olaton. i W. S. (IJIstrap, (raveling salo.Mrjin and son, Brlscoo, of Rockport, Ind., and Mr. J. L. llennluger, Louisville, for tho Mullen & Hayncs Drug com- -' who nro YlsltlngcMr. nnd Mrs. White pajiy, of Owensboro, was In Hartford and Mr. C. W. White, Narrows, wcr Monday. Ordinarily the, visit of n drummer is not regarded as In Hartford Monday. of local nows, but "Gilla" is a Mr. Henry Y, Taylor, who has been former Cromwoll man and Is well-- j for sonio tlmp making bis home with known to many people In tho county, his daughter, Mrs. Howard Elljs, Is nnd besides he has a sort of friendly suffering of cancer of the stomach, smile and handshake for everybody and was taken to the City Hospital that always makes btm a welcome vis at Owensboro Friday, for treatment. itor, daughter, grand-childre- ss P. Taylor A. S. Chinn Elvis Render Emanuel Ward W. B. Campbell Mrs. McMurtry Will Ward Sam Rhodos R. I. Barnard Otis Stevens W. H. Shacklett Denham Leach James Caldwell W. F. Bsrryman George Schroader, C. S. Lyons Will Shaver W. I. Walls Hiram Mller Loyd Yomlca James Lewis W. W. Dexter J. II. Dodson Golden Stalsworth L. M. Ward A. W. Carson S. T, Williams J. D. Taylor Leo Taylor S. Sam Shaver D. E. Ward V. W. Sandefur Fleetwood Ward J. Carter W. P. Brown G. W. Armstrong T. L. Loyd dodfrey Bennett Cjfci Wits' Ask For a Demonstration and Terms. J. D. WILLIAMS' SONS Furniture, Rugs, Stoves. BEAVER DAM, - KENTUCKY. IIOTII PHONES. Jhe Hartford Republican one year for only $1.(13. JANTI-REE- D " MEN TAKE NO ACTION Fdliow-3n- rj JJemo-crutantl-Jloe- d St. libuis, Mo., August 5. a conference ot n today, It was said no action irould bo taken to pursue thq to put an "Independent Democrat" In the field In an effort .lo defeat Senator James A. Reed for report-icdjuovcme- nt ""sitting tight." votes. First information that such a movement vns afoot was made public ly thc,SU Louis Tost Dispatch today which stated Democrats hostile 'to Reed had held half a dozen since Heed's nomination mr RrocklnridRO Long, former third assistant secretary of state, was as sured several days ago. Long denied that he had taken any part or would take any part in much a move. At the samo time he refused to comment on the outcome of Tuesday's primary, saying he was "Heed's lead to be approximately Anti-Ree- d 6,-0- 00 cent of tho plants In 60 fields which recently .weroInspcctcd whllo wildfire was found Jn only about eight per cent of tho'flelds and then only in small amounts. In somo of tho CO fields inspected the pefcpntngo 'of plants that were boing Runted by mosaic ran as high as 90 per centrwhile a considerable number of fields showed that from 35' to B0 per cent of the plants were In other fields, the being Injured. disease was practically absent. Wildfire may bo present on more farms'than the Inspection showed but because of tho long dry period has not shown up. On tho other hand tho injury from mosaic increases during periods of dry weathor such as have been prevailing this summer. Wildfire is present in larger amounts In the dark tobacco district than it Is in the burley section. w m igannnviiimmmcr jllffiynj nrrmrrpj mwtwftied, will prov Bible Thought leelM heriUgt la alter yean. - BIBLE THOUGHTS For This Week i t NOTICE. Ohio Quarterly Court. Virtunlly complete returns show Sam Crowe, et al., vs. Notice. Ex parte. Notice 19 hereby given that the undersigned petitioners will file their petition in tho Ohio Quarterly Court on tho first Monday in September, 1922, being Monday, September 4th, 1922, asking said court to entor an order requiring Wm. Hatler to remove certain gates erected on his premises near his barn across the public highway leading from Ro- slne to Horse Branch. Given under our hands this the 21st day of July, 1922. SVM CROWE, IRA JONES, LESLIE EMBRY, ot al. jm tor's law office here. Democrats, at today's "No man that ever lived was more conference, discussed tho advisabilled about ns to his personal manners ity" of putting an "independent" in and purposes of life than Lincoln," 1 the race, but after deliberation it the historian said In discounting the 1 CKJCftK was decided to take no action in the charges. "During the war he went interest of party hnrmony, it was with Seward and mot tho Confedesaid. rate cabinet and challenged them to Succeed when everything else fails. Tho local branch of the Women's In nervoui prosttatio? and female write whatever conditions of peace Christian Temperance Union, which weaxnesse they ore the supa-mthey desired, but nothing came of it." remeuy, at thousands have t'.sttiicj. opposed Senator Reed today asked Rankiu professed ignorance of the FOR KIDNGY. LIVER AND State Attorney Gcnoral Barrett ot reasons underlying tho renewal of the make a statowide investigation of STOMACH TROUBLE Qhargc at this time. ,, tc is thi beit medicine eer cold the Democratic senatorial primary, "However," ho said, "It will not j over n druggists counter. alleging some precinct officials had damage his memory, becauso it is a been derelict in their duty. Mr. Bar-je- tt lie!" . declared any indications of fraud Rankin Is the author of "Personal "would be investigated thoroly. For years Recollections of Lincoln." WIT.L OPEN With R. R. Brewster, of Kansas CAKETKRIAS "J he has devoted his tlmo to compiling FOR THOUSANDS OP HOGS City, a dry, the Republican candidate incidents from tho life of Lincoln, .Indications are that prohibition seldom stirring from a couch whero Lexington, Ky., Aug. 5. During would be a principal issue in the he Is confined by 111 health. "Browster-Ree- d thousands of race, as Reed is a the cominE months, Kentucky hogs that are to be fattened "known wet. for fall markets will be turned into FOR PERSONAL HYGIENU fields of corn or copn and soybeans Unsolved In water for doudici tlc-p- r County grown together to "ssrve themselves" pelvic catnrrb, ulceration and inf Ohio FOR FLETCHER'S Recommended by Ljdla E. Hogging off, on the growing crops. PinUham Med. Co. for ten yraix. as this process is commonly known, A healing vionJcr for 9 colarrh, has become so popular as an econo- 4. throat nnd CIRCUIT COURT Econn.r.Im' AS RADIUS SARCASM. . . uore iu.flnjinty tore om vni'itUil nil mical method of producing pork in Meets first Monday in March, May 'l u.paJ by rtia l fen. "!& ",0 Avjtuh, tt.Ut,. nuS. ThnPftiUo 1 nJel Cuijpanv rf Kentucky that three times as much M.a. V9 i At the central conference of Am- and July, third Monday in September IJR1 A young doctor was summoned as corn and soybeans will be hogg?d erican rabbis at Cape May. N. J., re- nnd fourth Monday in November: FOR FLETCHER'S aivitness in a case that depended on down thjs year as was the case last cently, a resolution was passed ad- udgc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. fJ 'technical evidence. The opposing year, according to Ralph Kenney, Glover H. Cary, vocating the ordinntlon of women as Com'tli. Attorney . counsel was Inclined to be sarcastic crops extension specialist of the ColCalhoun. rabbis. The question was declared to at the idea of so 'young a doctor be- lege of Agrlcultur . The majority SUNBURN SPACE COSIES HIGH ON DUTCH REACH be a modern issue due to "revolution- Clerk Frank Black. ing called. of farmers who obtained the lop ary change in woman's status in this Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis. "You are familiar." he said, "with price for fat hogs last year started Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. time." the symptoms of concussion of the the hogging off process on their Schevenlgen, Holland, Aug. 15. COUNTY COURT lira in?" Sunburn Is being sold here at about TO AID CHILDREN farms about August 15, he said. Convenes first Monday In each "Yes," said the youthful doctor. 75 cents a burn. o IN PORTO RICO "Then, if Mr. Smith and myself CONDEMN ANATOLE month: A sandy part of the beach has FRANCE'S HOOKS been roped off, and admission collided, and banged our heads toJudge R. R. Wedding. Is Having successfully established the gether, should we get concussion of County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. charged persons who wish to lie, child welfare center in Athens, By a decree of the Cpngregation of semi-nud- e the ljraln?" Clerk Guy Ranney. and bake themselves Greece, Miss Kathleen d'Oller will "Mr. Smith might," replied the the Holy Office at Rome all the brown in the sun. Shcilff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: soon start a similar center for the Mack Cook, Iris Render, George books of Anatola France, the great doctor. Los Angeles Times. Those who can not afford genuine American Red Cross in, Porto Rico. e French writer, have been listed In sunburn at this popular seaside reP. Jones. A Trm cling Man's Experience the Index Expurgatorius. In some sort may buy artificial sunburn in ST. LOUIS WILL HAVE Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe Old Fashioned You may learn something from the of his books M. Franco has frankly the form of a Gorman dye, much usEXPENSIVE BIRD HOUSE QUARTERLY COURT Remedy for Worms following by W. H. Ireland, a travel- attacked the church; others have the ed this summer to give youths and SeYentj.fiTOTeirtcontio. Convenes first Monday in each month ing salesman of Louisville, Ky. . "In appearance of having been written flappers that fashionable "healthy" St. Louis. Mo.,' Aug. 5. A nice uoutuie ii tha beit teti. the summer of 1SS3 I had a severe by a plqus man. He was the winner complexion. raonUl FXEY'S VERMIFUGE FISCAL COURT costing blrdhouse, steamheated can offer you. attack of cholera morbus. I gave the of the last Nobel prize for literature $140,000 will be built to houso birds Keep a, bottle alvraj on Convenes Tuesday after first MonTiotel porter fifty cents and told him and his books have a wide circulation SI.VTEEN-CENSUITS Zoological Gardens day at tho St. Louis hnd. It will help keep I S3 first Tuesday In in Janunry; to buy mo a bottle of Chamberlin's In foreign countries. His writings SETTLED IN ENGLAND in this city. An artificial Ice plant, the little onea healthy April and October, R. R. Wedding Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to are a subject of study in many Amand hppy. to "fool" the Arctic bears, also will County Judge, presiding. JOcabottle.ljoutdrucrirt'.or lalte no substitute. I took a double erican colleges. Six Polar bears imri.l.tore; or if jourd.tlei Loudon, Aug. 5. Two lords have be constructed. 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford tmn I uprljyou.kcnd hii nuna .dose of it according to the directions successfully sued their tenants for 1G have been purchased to roam on the 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center ad 30c in itimni and we'll .and went to sleep.-- At five o'clock FORD:MAKES HIS OWN GLASS tad jou a bottU promptly. cents, deducted from their rent on Ice. town. next morning I was called by my LAS. FRIY. Billiaari, Hi. tho e t account of postage and check stamp e 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons Tho Ford Motor Co. is now makorder and took a train for ray next FIRST SWITCHBOARD GIRL , rates. 4tli District J. R. Murphy, Fords- .stopping place, a well manj" for windm ing Its qwn plate glass Claiming that if all the S00 te" villo. shields. By tho application of Ford's According to old records, Mrs. Marmoney from GLACIERS AT THE EQUATOR Sam H. Holbrook, Hart Cth District production ants deducted similar principles of continuous their rents a great loss would be gery M. Gray, of Torrington, Conn., ford, R. F. D. No. 4. WILL the manufacture of glass appears sim- sustained by was tho first woman switchboard opthem. Lord William "Wc do not usually think pf gla- ple, The raw material becomes a flth District Mack Martin, Narrows TAKE erator. R. F. D .No. 2. ciers in connection with "darkest molten mass in tho furnaces, from Cecil and Lord John Cecil contended In tho year 18S7, sho bfcame that it was the duty of debtors to Bea-ve- r .Africa" or any other part of that where it is drawn in a semillquld at tho Bridgeport. Connecticut 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. continent, but according to tho Unit state and passed under rollers to give bring money due to creditors. Tho Exchange, the first commercial Judgo decided In favor of the lords, ed Staes Geological Survey, Depar- it width and thickness. From the BOARD OF EDUCATION in tho country and sho served A TroalseDi tment ot tho Interior, there are small time It leaves the furnace until It declaring that stamps, check stamps, in that capacity for many years. paper and envelopes should be proSuperintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason IibDHHw Cm fnr WCif A glaciers on three of the. highest comes out a polished windshield tho vided by tenants. Convenes' First Monday In everj mountains In Epuatorial Africa glass never ceases to move. SNAKES WRECK AUTO LUNGS or month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S, O. C. aionnt Kilimanjaro, 19,321 feet high; POLICEMEN WILL ESCORT Secretary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION and ilount Ruwenzorl, 10,800 feet high; Between Goshen and Swalnton, N. BALKY FRENCH VOTERS Cha'lrman, Hartford, and Mount Kenya, about 17,007 feet J., John Sapelton saw two large king R. A. Owen, FOR FLETCHER'S Rv F. D. No. G. high. On Kebo Peak, which Is a rellcl o Paris. Aug. 5. The spectacle ot snakes fighting in tho road. While W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- A quick palm for tbit tired, rundown fctlioc, COUEhi, In cbett. night awcali. 3art of Mount Kilimanjaro, thero is attempting to kill the reptiles by run an unwilling voter Leing escorted to 3'. weak lunc or consumption. I( it doia ford, R. F. D. No. tin Ice cap 200 feet thick, which fills SELL PICTURES ning his car over them they became atatlp you It totti yK oalblal. OF tho polls by two heftv policemen may c Nat Llndley, Ccntertown, R. F. D. 1 lho ravines forming glaciers, several Lock box eta PRESIDENTS bo a common one next year In France entangled In tho steering gear nnd Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL CO. xtt which extend down to points 16,-0COL'UMBUH o. if a law now before Parliament is before Sapolton realized what had Claud Rcnfrow, Dundco. feet above sea level and one to happened tho mnchlne turned turtle. Although former President Wilson voted, as seems probable. Evnminations. 13.800 feet. Both Mount Ruwenzorl wns born In Tho law specifies that absence The snakes were reported nearly Staunton, Va., residents and Mount Kenya am close to the of seven feet in length. For Common School Diplomas the city gave a larger price for an from tho polls on election day Is n equator, but their lowest glaciers exFourth Friday and Saturday in Jan autographed picture of President misdemeanor punishable by from one STOP ANTMKWISH CONFERENCE uary, and Second Friday and Satur tend down to points 12,700 and C Harding. At an auction sale $46 to fifteen days Jn prison, while por-sofeet, respectively, above sea level. was given day in May. To bo held in Fords- whom the police havs rnascn to for the Harding picturo as A study of the moraines formed by The Polish government stepped In villo. Beaver Dam and Hartford. against $26 for that of Wilson. believe have not votod can be com- to prevent the holding of an these glaciers shows that during the For Teachers' Certificates Thirc' pelled to do so. conference which had been Friday and Saturday In May, Juno' Ico Ago the glaciers were much largCONSOLATION In tho event of a voter being un called at Wllno. This led to an out- and September. er than they are now. Except notlco is Whatever else may happen, willing to vote for any candidate he -- break on tho part of tho manlfestants given to the contrary tho latter ex i Although the country's dry, will be permitted to "voto blank." JIOSAIO REPLACES WILDFIRE who attacked the polico and some aminations will be held in Hartford. The sailor still will have his port, AH ALARMING LEAF DISEASE Jews. A number woro injured and Tho farmer have his ryo; FEARS THERE WILL BE NO OTHER OFFICERS person was killed. Tho polico The cotton still has got Its gin, SCHOOLS IN NEXT WORLD one Tax Commissioner It. F. Keown, "Lexington, Ky Aug. 5. Although restored order. Tho snacoast has FeeLrlRht all tho time. Don't lav oft Fordsviile. Injury to Kentucky tobacco from And each of us will its bar, from work for days by taking calomd Berkeley, Cal., Aug. 5. Tha Unihave a bier, The Invention of a typewriter for Survcjor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllio when pleasant Liv- - Ver. Lax keeps wildfire, ono of tho mobt dreaded No matter where we are. vof versity ot California boasts ot hav- music Is reported Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo relieving yourWubt from Frague. diseases, has assumed minor Country Gentleman, ing ono of the oldest students ever le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorft Run. . proportions this year, anothor disease enrolled in an Institution ot learn- NAME OF LINCOLN ou can't affod Lakoi,y.th!ne clB? HARTFORD Is appearing in many parts of tho GIVE SKIN TO SAVE GIRL It. kliminatca, poisons, cleanses ay ing. IS DEFENDED BY WRITER Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation. A naU etato to cause leaf growers the usual The student in question is Mrs. L. Mayor W. C. Dlankenshlp. ural remedy, natural in Its actions, bum g amount of alarm, according to W. D. For a operation per A. Patty, of this city, who, altho past Jn its effect and certain In results. Ii Springfield, 111., Aug. 5. Charges Council h. II. Bishop, Sety. Vatican, plant pathologist at tho formed In Beivldero, III., 04 persons SO years of ago, has for the past 21 won't bo long; beforo Liv Vc La mlt made by Miss Mildred Rutherford, of ROCKTORT "Kentucky Agricultural Experiment contributed 343 square Inches of t,kln years been attonding completely displace calomel in ever! lectures on the Georgia, against Abraham home.' Children can tnVn If -- .,,.!.. Robert L. Green, Judge. J Station. The disease, which Is mosaic to cover tho burns of campus. Lincoln, as the Instigator of the Civil With perfect safety. Every bottle guar- Lee W. Phorson, Marshall. which Is commonly known as Htien Hoage, who was the victim ot and Mrs. Patty at tho present time, is War, aro denlod by Henry D. Rankin, bottle8' Mom V Intl$ Edd Cooper, Chairman. "calico" or "Frenchlng" was found an explosion. Tho operation was enrolled In the university suinmor eighty-fiv- e. the ikeness and sIctmJ fenttoo Lincoln's biographer, W. II. Blackburn. Clerk. far of L. K. GriMby. For sale fcj average ot more than IS perj pronounced successful. an besbon and attends classes with all who studied in the Great Enianclpa- Still! Mason, Treasurer. ux-iKfi- lw Children Cry CASTORIA -- CURSING or HLESSINO? Cursed be the man that trustcth in man, and mnkoth flesh his arm, and whoso heart departcth from tho Lord. Blessed Is the man that trustcth In the Lord, and whose hope the Lord is. Jeremiah 17: 5, 7. POWER OF THE WORD: For tho word of God Is quick, and powerd ful, and sharper than any sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the learn." joints and marrow, and Is a discrner POOR WOSLA.V HAD .$I:,000 ot the thoughts and intents of the heart. Hebrews 4:12. When a strong box in a Nw York AN END TO WORRY: Be careful for nothing but in everything by bank was opened it was found that prayer and supplication with thanks- Sldonla Vlcat, lately an inmnte of the giving let your requests bo made city institution for the indigent, left known unto God. And the peace of bank deposits, diamonds and Jewelry God, which pnsseth all understanding worth $13,000. Itvas revealed that hall keep your hearts and minds thru years ago "Mmc. Vlcat" was an oppra singer on the Metropolitan stage with Jhrlst Jesus. Phlllppians 5: G, 7. Schumann Helnk and other stars. She HOW TO ESCAPE FROM EVIL: Because thou hast made the Lord, died In tho state hospital last June. which Is my refuge, even the Most High, thy habitation; there shall no CANDIDATE NEEDS DOOR-HEL- L evil befall thee, neither shall any C. W. Carter, aspirant for congress plague corns nigh thy dwelling. For ho shall give his angels charge over In New York city, has brought his landlady Into court to compel her to the?, to keep thee in all thy ways. He repair his wornout door-bel- l. Psalm 91: 9, 11. says that he can't move, as the elecTHE WINDOWS OF HEAVEN Bring ye all the tithes into tho store- tion law prescribes a fixed residence, house, that there may bo meat in anil that he can't carry on an effecmino hause, and prove me now here- tive campaign unless his friends can with, saith tho Lord of hosts, if I will come and ring his bell when they not open you the windows of heaven, want to see him. and pour you out a blessing, that JAPAN PUTS FINAL O. K. thero shall not bo room enough to reON WASHINGTON PACTS ceive it. Malacht 3:10. HUMILITY: WhoREWARD OF Tokio, Aug. 5. Crown Prince soever exaltcth himself shall be abasofficially Hirohlto, I'egent, today himself ed; and he that humbleth sanctioned the treaties to which Ja shall be exalted. Luke 14:11. pan was a party at the Anna conferBut in lowliness of mind let each This completes ence at Washington. esteem other better than themselves on the treaties with every man on his own Japan's action and look not the formal exchange of ratification at things, but every man also on the Washington. things of others. Phlllpplans 2: 3, twq-edge- tha zest of n younger studcht. 8ho has u code of "College Manners" all her own. Sho says: "When I arrive after a lecturor has begun to talk, 1 stay out. No matter how 'dry' a lecture mny be I never tho classroom until it is over. If I don't enjoy It, perhaps someon5 else does. "I am going to keep on going to colleges ns long ns I live. There may bo no institutions of learning in tho next world and I don't want to miss anything here. Thero are worso hobbles than nducntlon. It Is too bad tho 'learning hobby' does not possess tho younger people. Bijt, I find the old saying very true even In my case "Ono is never too old to lc-iv- A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One.dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. iiien sotrlei e Every Woman Wants DIRECTORY latn-mati- ni! f rf. Childxen Cry CASTO R Ea Mothers Tf VLX VriWtf1i u&e . FortheCMdreirL T . m YOU. OUR or GERMINAL REMEDY HHWwG m? Children Cry cas-t- RA FORGONE MONTH hfmor-lhare- i, i 00 14,--I6- USE LI V-VER-- LAX ns anti-Jewi- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation. skin-graftin- ?w?1Jl,n Sffr W.ilifrJBaaM m ;' rocolvcd beforo thoy nra offered for aalo, says tho Dnreau of Chemistry of tho United States Department of Agx riculture! Although tho TtmMillo Clubs Develop Loral recently mad by tho United Statoi Industry ta now so well developed that IOjider. Department of Agrlciilturo. Broad. Reports to tho Unltcil States D- ly grouped, there aro 1.960 projocts mo9t of tho products put up In this epartment of Agriculture show that doallng with agronomy subjects, In- wiy nra safe and good, tho safety of may bo still further In 42 yoiifig mon and women, who, as cluding field crops, soils, and fer tho consumer creased if tho rolaller keeps In mind d tobors nrfil girls, enrolled In club work tilizers, or about of tho tho following cuggestlons: to learn the host way to ralao a pig, tal; 932 botanical and' horticultural Inspect cvory container whon you brend, or do sonic other thing, problems nro under Investigation; open make the case. nnlmal-lndustr- y subjects. are now acting as local leadors of ox- Including No "swnll," "springer," "flipper," dairying and dairy products, comicnkioinworu in tneir iiomo comor "lfaker" should bo accepted or of tho total, munities In Colorado. A nuinhor of prise about sold by you.' In glass, examine tho girl are leaders of can- leaving three-eightproJccU cover of the fornior cluh nnd the scam, Inspect the ning, clothing, and millinery chilis. for all othor subjects. for signs of spolllage. Do not grownup corn-cltt- li hoy, now on a A tolerate any spoiled' product upon Farm women enrolled In agricul- your farm of his own, has bscn coniniunlty shelves. crops and live stock and tural extension poultry clubs last yoar chairman on If a lot shows many swells, roject ltradur of tho hoys' chili for two raised 2.083,128tandard-bre- d chick tho lot. Do not take the responsi years. A team, which ens. They received for chickens and bility of sorting a bad lot of cans and won first placo nt tho Colorado Stnto poultry products sold $1,617,047.83, selling tlioso apparently good. In addition to tho supply produced Fair, was trained 'by a former cluh You aro entitled to demand a for home use. member. pack, every can showing good vacuum, with clean bright Tuberculosis In cattle can not be metal. Kern Intcicst Shown In Kducnt tonal kopt under control, much less eraPutin I'llnii. Your customers aro entitled to tho Hcturns from n iricstlonnnlio on dicated. If grado animals and singlo same protection. Even n trace of motion picture, sent to somo 3,000 cows owned by families nre omitted In SW..1I should prevent tho sale of a can extension agouts by the United States the clean-u- p of any territory. Wholo to any customer. ' Department of Agriculture, Indicate areas, therefore, llko townships and No spoiled can should river bo re that county agents nnd othor exten- counties, should bo cleaned up rath- processed. sion workers In general are keenly In- er than scattered herds, If the work Tho removal of every, container terested In educational films. Of 982 Is to be of permanent value and showing a sign of swell will go a long ngents roportlng, Sift arc In favor of handled in the most economical way. way toward preventing food poisonusing motion pictures in their work, says tho United States Dopartmnt of ing. 1 15 noncom- Agriculture. opposed to them, and Rigorous withdrawal of all packs iiiltt.il. showing extenslvo spoilage Is d of tho agents re- Clllll Itoy'.s Siirrcsq 'olii Way to About Chango of Crop porting say that they use motion plcturos, and about onehnlf of those who Their cash crop, alfalfa, threatened Farm boys and girls of Campbell use pictures hnvo hail experIenco with weevil from a neighboring county who aro members of the with portable projectors. Only 8 county nnd consequent quarantine, Junior agricultural clubs in por cent of those who uss portable farmers of Fcrnley community in. Ly- that county havo been showing liveprojectors hnvo found them unsatis- ons County. Nov., began looking ly enthusiasm in tho picnic , and factory. nhout for somo other crop to grow tours which they havo arranced durThere Is strong domand for moro for snlo. One farm r recalled that ing tho summer with the help of subjects, k cluh flvo agricultural club boys had films on County Agent II. F. Link. Two work, soil Improvement, and growing potatoes according to meth- clubs raised enough funds to hire marketing. ods shown them by the extension trucks for a trip to Interesting points Many agents ask for "more fun" sorvlce and had harvested from 9 to in Cincinnati and vicinity while anor "more human Interest" In educa- 13 tons an acre. Ho was so favor-nbl- y other group of tho youngsters visitImpressed with their report or ed tho Kentucky Agricultural Experition films, and there Is considerable complaint of slow. distribution. This tho euterpritio that he leased 40 acres ment Station and prominent farms In last objection the department hopes of alfalfa land, planted potatoes, and the bluegrass district. will hq. met eventually by tho estab- obtained 8 to 3 tons an acre. Othor lishment of adequate Stnto distribut farmers bocamo Interested, ami It: county More than 120 Whitley INCORPORATED 1921, 300 acres of potatoes wero farmers nnd poultry keepers rccently ing conttrs. grown In the community. wero taught tfie method of distinguishing between the laying and loafMliilntllio Farm Slums Sjstcm of ing hens in their flocks by means of Crop Notation Hens Hamper Hoppers. On the Scottsbluff reclamation pro- n number of poultry culling demonIn Thayer County. Nebr., the county agent wished to show to as many ject, Mitchell, Nebr., where the strations held by County Agent E. F. , farmers of tho county as possible a grasshopper pest has beon particular- Davis and the College of Agriculture system of crop rotation adnpted to ly bad this year, various methods of oxtcnslon division. A total of 108 their needs. Ho selected the county control have been trl'd out. One of hens out of tho 288 that were handl( SANITARY TERMS EXPLAINED Insects and the best Insecticides may fair as an opportunity of meeting per- the most successful methods observ- ed showed the characteristics signs THiC BOMBARDIER Jb'Oll IvAlMKN 1JV DEI'AHTSIENT bo of little value as disinfectants. BEETLE'S POISON GAS haps tho largest number of 'farm ed so far was used by a farmer who that they had stopped laying. Formaldehyde Is one of tho most of land. ers at any one time. Securing from has a quarter-sectio- n Fointlng out that an Insecticide Is powerful disinfectants known, but Flvo hundred chickens divided into Christian county farmers and their board a 7foot squaro space tho fair There aro few weapons and devices y dependable disinfectant and It is a very weak insecticide; and, fair lots of 100 wero kopt In colony wlvo3 who attended the recent In a prominent part of tho used by man In war that wero not not a poultry school and picnic held at used In' somo form by animals long that there Is a wide dif erence between conversely, hydrocyanic, acid grounds, ho laid off on It a minature houses on SO ncre3 of the farm and farm with fields In proportion to the moved about as occasion required. As Hopklnsvllle obtained many new before he invented them. For ex- an antiseptic and a deodorant, tho for Insects and all forms of animal spaco. Corn, oats, and wheat a result, on the half of tin farm pointers ou poultry management and ample the electric eel uses charges United States Department of Agricul- lite, whilo It has little power as- su It 13 well were sown In tho fields In time to be whero tho chlckous woro pastured care. County Agent H. u. cress says of electricity as a means of offense ture emphasizes the use of the right germicide or disinfectant. growing nicely when tho fair open- there woro only about 20 por cent as J. H. Martin, In charge of poultry and defense; the cuttlefish omits an preparation In disinfecting premises. to remember also that "deodorants'"" ed; Immitatlon trees wero placed to many hoppers as on tho other 80 work at tho College of Agrlciilturo at inky fluid which in effect forms a Sanitation is especially Important in aro not necessarily disinfectants . show the location of tho orchard, and acres. This is a better showing than Lexington; A. J. Culver, who Is said smoke screen under which he can preventing losses from animal dis- one destroys odors, the othor destroys geirms. small models of farm buildings add has boon made on most of tho fields to have one of the largest poultry escape; tortoises, turtles, shellfish eases, and, along with attention to No single disinfectant Is appropriflocks In the state, together with a otc. are encased in hard shells which cleanliness, disinfectants are fre15,000 persons vlsltou tne whero poison was distributed. ed. Over poultry-me- n studying quently necessary, especially after an ate in all cases. Select the proper The owner and the renter found number of Christian county tiny fnrm during tho fair, serve effectively as armor; most ani of a contagious disease. substance, apply liberally, allow amtook part in the program. tho plan and asking questions about the method pro'ltcblo. After thoy mals have highly developed senses of outbreak ple tlmo for the disinfectant to do it bad used what they needed of the tho rotation system. sight, hearing and smell which serve Hero ia condensed information on the work, and romeimber that success desubject, prepared as a result of the As the result of six Oldhnm counpoultry for domestic purposes, and their purposes quito as well as man's pends In large part upon the care (Jet War Materials For LVo In after tho weasels aud'eoyotoj had ty farmers growing barley during the devices for observing the enemy and department's experience in advising Stnto of the person who prepares. taken their toll, tlio rest Worj last year, Indications' are that tho detecting his moves and his plans; persons who misunderstand the pur-poItoail Itulldliu. and applies the disinfectant. ami brought In about 75 acreage of this crop seeded ia that and correct uso of disinfectants. Surplus war material valued at marketed r the firefly has a highly efficient ('cnt of ho orlf.mal investment. county this fall will be ten Vmes as searchlight; bees, wasps, mosquitos Tho word "Infected" means con$139.773, 9Sfi was delivered to the per with" or affectPd by disease yrar the ownor Is stocklr. the great as that sown last year, County etc aro armed with bayonets made taminated There Is mare Catarrh In this section States for uso In road construction Thl v. Ith 1,000 chickens as Insur- 'Agent Gordon B. Nance says. Farm formidable by chemical poisons nnd germs; "disinfected" means fraed of of the country than all other diseases up to July 1, reports tho Bureau of fnrm was supand for years ers who usually sell wheat nnd buy the numerous spscles of bombardier disease germs. A "disinfectant" is a put together, Incurable. DoctorsIt prescribedposed to be Public Roads. U. S. Department of ance against the grasshopper pest. product that destroys disease germs local remedies, and by constantly falling corn will replace the wheat with bar-- , beetles uso poison gas. Aerlculture. Tho mnterlnl, which to cure with local treatment, pronounced .'Mrllno Tuv Umil To Aid Road ley. It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease. Bombardier beetles Inhabit various or renders theau harmless. An consisted of all sort of supplies and is a substance that prevents Kreatly Influenced by constitutional cont Itiilltling and Upkeep. equipment sultablo for road building parts of the world. In the fall when and therefore requires constituWhen the baby Is suffering tho tho development and growth of dls-ca- ditions treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi"Forty million dollars annually tion for which the War Department had tho ground Is dry they aro often ; germs, but nn antis&ptic is not cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & raised, fpr road building and double affliction of hot weather and found 'hiding away under stones on no further need, was distributed on can 1)0 Ohio, Is a constitutional bowel disorders, the remedy neodod a disinfectant unless It Is capable of Co.. Toledo, taken Internally and acts remedy. Is d the same basis as monotary Federal innlnionaiLf- by a tax of 1 cent it gal- Is McQeo's Baby Elixir. It reduces hillsides. The little j destroying disease germa In addition thru the Wood on the Mucous Surfaces lon on gisollno." Trls otatetnent aid. of the System. One Hundred Dollars re- the feverish conditio! corrects the "bugs" although only half an Inch or war Is offered for any case that Hall's In value of material dollvored, Tex- was made recently by Thomas II. stomach and checks looseness of the less In length aro courageous and to preventing their growth. Cata-c- h Medicine falls to cure. Send for A disinfectant is not necessary an circulars and testimonials. as and New York lead with nearly MncDonald, Chief of tho Bureau of bowels. Price 35c and COc per bot- formidable warriors. When an ene"insecticide," for some powerful disF. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. material, and ev- Public non-U- , United States Ltpart-inen- t $S, 000.000 worth of Sold by DrURelsts, 75c. by Ohio County Drug Com- my appears they stand their ground infectants aro relatively harmless for of Agrlciilturo, In urging a re- tle. Sold Hall's Family ,rijla for constipation. ery Stato with tho exceptign of flvo of pany, m until he gets within "range" and then tho smnllor ones rocolved supplies adjustment of sources of revenue so let go at him, seeming to shoot off a that a larger proportion would bo gun loaded with black valued at over $1,000,000. powder. SETS SPEED RECORD been of great paid by tho road user and a lesser This material has There Is a little puff of dark smoke valuo In road construction, and there percentage from Slate or local taxfs. In Its voyage from New York to followed by a faint explosive sound "This method of raising funds," United In tho Is hardly a county Cherbourg the Whlto Star liner Olym and tho smell of gas. The bombard States In which somo of it has not declared Mr. MacDonald, "Is rapidly pic maintained for some time a speed ment is usually highly effective. It growing lu favor and has been adoptenemy beon used. of over 32 miles an hour, which is either renders the attacking Probably of greatest valuo has ed in Arizona, Arkansas, Colorndo, the world's record for a passenger uncousclous, or leaves him "gassed," beon tho 39.32C motor vehicles dis- Connecticut, Georgia, Kentucky. Ma- ship. The best previous recoid was running helplessly around, dazed and tributed, consisting of 24.7G2 trucks ryland, Louisiana, Mississippi, bewildered. There is some question Mexico, New North in a do over the same route by the as to whether these effects aro due Interesting Experience of nnd 4,573 nutomoblles, nnd In addia Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mow Carollnn, Oregon, Pennsylvania, S. Miiuietanla when she maintained a to tho poison coming In contact with tion a largo numbor of tractors. speod of over SI miles an hour. Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared nas Carollpa, S. Dakota and Washington. tho attacker's body to tho force of tho The system of distribution oxploslori or to tho dlssomlnation of lieon so arranged that tho States re- Of theso States, only Oregon, Now Much Sickness and Worry. SUnS MEMBERS OF MOB poison gas In tho air. It appears to quisition only material useful to Mexico, Colorado nnd Kentucky had - riff Stanley, of Deputy Shsuch n tax prior to January 1, 1921. bo the latter, tho gas acting practicalthorn. In somo cases thoy fall county, Go., filed a $20,000 Navasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . In order to VaIt Tho tax in Maryland, Mississippi nnd ly tbo Banio as poison gns liberated of this place, In allotmonts relates the following interest- just lifeless. suit against 14 men who are boen adopted durfor material particularly desired. South Carolina has ing account of liow she recovered her to hav participated In a mob by human belligerents. "I heard of Cardui and after reading I havq shown great ing tho present year and several othMany of the. States At tho end of tho beetle's abdomen strength, having realized that she was decided I had some female trouble that considering such a tax." which romovd a negro from the Ingenuity In conditioning worn equip- er States are was pulling me down. I sent foe Cardui county Jil'. fiunley was hi Jured.by is a little sack In which Is stored up actually losing her health: ment, using war material to equip a peculiar acid eecretlon. At will a siiot whllo protecting tho negro, "Health is the greatest thing in tite and began it . . One hundred and thirty-si- x shops In which other war material Is tho contents of this sack may be world, and when you feci that gradually "Ina very short while after I becan the hoys ASK TRUST FOR four hundred and forty-on- e made suitable for use thrown out with considerable force, dipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment I saw an ImI and girls were enrolled In agricul There is stlU a large quantity of , JACKJE COOCJAN tho liquid volatilizing Into gas on up and take notice. That is what 1 did provement and it wasn!t long until I was material In this country for dlstrtbu tural extension clubs In 1921 for coming In contact with tho air. An sometime ago when I found myself in a all right-g- ood appetite, splendid rest, Hon, This .will be further Increased training In various phases of live Tho parents of Jackie Coogan, explosive sound Is produced, either very nervous, run-docondition of and much stronger so that I easily did my army, of oc stock work. Those Junior farmers by matorlal used by the child film star, petitioned tho federal by tho forcibfo ejection of tho Ifc.uld health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless house work. cupation in Germany soon to bo owned last year 70,148 head of farm court to make his mohtcr, Mrs. Jack or by Its sudden expansion Into a could hardly go at all. "Later 1. took a bottle of Cardui as a animals nnd 544,280 fowls represent- Coogan, brought back. tonic. lean recommend Cardui and gladAc- I gas. When a stone shojtcrlng several legal guardian. his "I was Just no account for work. I ing a total valuo of $3,G05,17C. bombardiers Is .disturbed, a miniature wou!d get a bucket of water and would ly do so, for If more women knew, II cording to tho boy's father the was takfu to quiet rumors that artillery nctlon follows Immediately, feci so weak I would have to set it down would save a great deal of worry and Numerous Winning ProbleiiiH Engage Tho State agricultural exp'orlmerit How to Tnsuro Public Against Spoiled thoy wore takings hla earnings for llttlo puffs of smoke rising Into the Jelore I felt like I could lift it to tiie shelf. sickness." Food. their own use. He said that they had a'r 1 tjio .nccppinnplmqnk of .fqlnt In this condition, of course, to do even The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol stations aro studying 4,770 specific Fond dealers may safoguard the been saving Jackie's incomo for him oxnjosjve. fionnda. At ,tho .same time my housework was a task almost Im- other women who have found Cardui problems relating to tho agricultural helpful should convince you that if Industry of the country, according to public against unwholesome foods by but would rather have a trust croat-- d tho smo'll;b',tbe.pol3on gjs Is plainly possible to accomplish. subjects, making cnroful Inspections at all Juts. compilation, ol project , , , jtffvcus aai easily uostx. worth trying. All druggists sell it. under the direction of tho. court noticeable. a "I was FARM DEPARTMENT. I i food-canni- t ! one-thir- GUI ON ITS one-tlgh- th con-tun- t3 sto'ck-Judgl- ed fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and Other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I2T STOCK. If You. ono-thlr- vn-rlo- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. llvo-stoc- coop-urati- bn Hartford. Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY all-da- - ot ami-exactn- so . I "an-tlsoptl- c" so dark-colore- I o-a- IS YOUR HEALTH GRADUALLY SUPPING? Mon-ontnn- a, bo-lil- 1 nc-tl- NEIGHBORHOOD NEWS Tulan, Okla., are the guests of Mr. Joo H. Durgesa. Elbln and daughter, of Mrs. Mrs. Nora Pnyton of Haley, Is Louisville, are vijlting Mrs. ElUln's visiting relatives her?. Mrs. .lohn H. Barnea. Hcv. Wlllicrt E. Hnlle, wont to sister, Mr. J. T. Vinson is ending a neyr returning Dam Thursday, Beaver throo-stor- y hotel in this city. Monday. Mr. Goojo Pierre, of MerliHth, iMHNirrrs ckukk spent Wednesday and Thursday as guest of A. W. May. the M rs.' Rachel1 Ithoads was tho guest Mrs. Maud Ford, of Ilslcy, Is the son, Mr. Otway Rho.ids, and of her parents, Mr. und Mrs. of Ruost Mrs. Bboads, Sunday. U. C. Daniel, this) week. . Mrs. Snlllo Hoover and daughL. U. Gannon went to' Owcnslioro Friday. returning Saturday with a ters. Dora and Kula Mno, spant Monnow Ford, which ho purchased In day night with Mr. and Mrs." Jinimle D. Hoover. Fordsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhonda, are Mrs. Vurnio llazolwood, of Krnnos, born spent last woek with her mother, the parents of a baby boy, August 3rd.. Harbara Allen. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yntcs woro tho Mr. Cortls Pnyton, formerly of this pUcc was In town Saturday and Sun- week- - ml guests of Mr. Vnto's sisday. Mr. Pnyton la an emi'Soycc of ter, Mrs. I.onnio McKiuney and Mr. Rond Tie Company, and is mov- McKinncy. the Hartlctf, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence ing from Ilslcy to Tuscaloosa, Ala. Several of the youngor set at- siient Saturday night and Sundny tended the picnic at Sulphur Springs with Mrs. Bartletfs parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Bartlott, Pleasant Ridge. Saturday. Mr. C. n. Lyons and children were . Miss Orcne Bartlott is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Clarence In Beaver Dam and Ilockport SunBartlott. and Mr. Bartlftt. day. Mrs. Salllo Hoover and famllly Mr. L. B. Cannon and nivla Grant spent Saturday night and Sunday wore in Hartford Monday. Mr. Hiram Kslth, of tho Bolls' Bun with Mr. and Mrs. Charlie King, and family. nvfcliburhnod, was hero Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Arvin Hoover, and One hundred dollars has buMi subscribed for tho grading of tin Olaton llttlo daughter, of Sunnydale, wore quests of relatives In this community. Hill. The County paying A road Sundny. nml the citizens the balance niniiuil the Coo'isey hill, on the east side of town, has been secured and MrllKNUV work will lie started next week. Miss Fannlo Blacklock. of Dundee Mr. Jess Thorpe has returned to Is keeping house for Mrs. Bay Cook, his homo In Detroit, Mich., after a who Is teaching school at White oak. visit of several days with friends and Mrs. Alice Storms, of Owonslioro. relatives here, .. . ,. . spent last week with friondn here :wrs. rtliHTL nr iiuu unitveuvirr .....1 1f1nProf. Karl Miller has a position In dal,g,ltor Dorothy Nell, are visiting . .. . r tha schools of Coffcyville. Kansas, Uer parents. Mr. anil .urs. l.. i. wii- Mr. Rny Cook wont to Fordsvllle lard. Friday. Messrs. II. T Robinson and Walter Miss Sadie Hudson, who has been Craddnck motored to Central City the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cook, Thursday. rrfurnsd to her homo in Hartford Misses Lillian TIchenor and Mary Friday. KUzabrth Ashby spent Thursday in Prof. Earl Miller was in Hosse Ownnsboro, slit "lug. Branch Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Williams, of Plkn-vlltThe flour mill of It. W. Qulsonber-r- y and Miss Esther Espoy of will bs sold at public auction Fri- Louisville, ara visiting Mrs. Mary Es-pday, Augnst lltlr, at the mill door. and family. Miss Emma Truman, of Fordsvllle Tho McIIenry Majestic? Crossed and Mr. Maurice Truman of Louis- hats with Morgnntown at Morgan-tow- n ville, were guests of their brother, Sunday. Scores ,12-- 9 fn favor Ernest Truman, Friday. of tho Mnjestlcs. J L. Smith of Louisville, spent Miss Ircno Fuller spent severa"-Sunday with his family here. days last week visiting in Drakesboro. Mrt.. Ernest Truman went to Nar- She was accompanied homo hy Misses rows Weduesday. Mildred, Mnrlel and Evslyn RobinMUs Hattle May spent Sunday son. with Mrs. Bird' Bean, at Horse Mr. and Mrs. Harry Morris and Branch. daughter, of Bloomlngtorr 111- .- are Mr. C. 1). Beau, of Sulphur Springs, visiting Ih and near McHeury. is visiting friends in this community Dr. Wlllard Lake returned Irani Mr. Frank St. Clair, of McIIenry. Sunday from a stay of several weks was in town Sunduy. in Chicago. Mr. ami Mrs. Floyd Tayton went tc Misses Mary and Pearl Brown and McIIenry Tuesday. Iittlo Miss Arrella TIchenor returnMr. K. C. Dyers of Horse Branch. ed to their homes here Tuesday, after a visit of several days In Niiw wat in town Wednesday. Castle, Ind. Tlioy were nccompanjed homo by Mr. and Mrs. N". P" Brown BEAVKK DAM aud daughter. Miss Olivo. Mrs. Daisy Wright, of LoutsVllle. HOISSK MtANrir guest of hir mother. Mrs. Ella ts OLATON yfjlcLil.'us hr Why We aid Reconiiiiii I&. .? trae Srst pSace; iliere's nozie boScr made by Y ciia If ihei woaald ou-haI- f, ... o. py v, have it. Witli ik? universally acknowledged respoais&ility, the uiiGiirpassed equipment asid cooperate, on of so great a public service institution as the Standard Oi! Compasiy (Ky.) to back us mp in any statement we make, asnd in the service we give, we know thai we can? and will, give yon the most for yoiir money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil or any other Standard Oil product. We don';t ivy to "spoof" you into trading with us hy mere assertions and technical terms. "We "deliver the goods" because weVe got the goods to deliver. Crown GascSme is made right here in Kentucky by the Standard Oil Company, incorporated in Kentucky, from whose great modern refinery at Louisville, Ky., we get direct the pure, fresh, unadulterated product that's acknowledged the best hy every test for your motor and pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. Ilui'tfonl, Ky TAYLOR X MORRIS, Hart font, Ky. BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McIIenry, ICy. O. 1. PHELPS, Mcllemy, Ivy. RICHARD SIIIKfilLS, Cronnvcll, ICy. ACTON BROS., pjYfvmeT "v'vere i Qeer, wc 1iskow iiiDX ie C- Luzmax d - Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Hartford, Beaver Dam, and Vicinity WAIiliACE, the ' Stevens. Uov. Patterson, or Louisville, Mr. and Mrs Walter Casobier and ' of ed his appointment Here Saturday of Louisville, aro tho guests parents.Mr. and Mrs. ; nlsht and Sunday. Mrs.Caseliler's Miss Ethel Stogner, Horsu Branch, Mai tin Flener. - Houte I, Is seriously HI of typhoid, T. McKlnnoy is In IndianDr. W. Mrs. Annabel Spencer and chll- npolls. Ind.. visiting his daughter,' J ' dren, Floyd and Irono, Bailer, of Ferguson. rs Nevada, Mo., aro visiting Mrs. Mrs. W. C. Teaguc, Mr. Hugh Stt-vGerard, mid Mr. Mil-- I cers parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hattle other ler motored through from Memphis. DeHart. of this place, and Kentucky, tho guests of Mr. atives in other points tn and were Miss Sylvia Sandefur has been visit-Miand Mrs. Albert Leach, recently. of FordBVillo. Is lag relatives nt Martwiek during tho Maud Plerco. week." the guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. F. AU:n. past Mr. Mack London, who has boon of Detroit. Mich. Mrs. Moso Dnvall. and In Oriutge, Texas, for sonm time, has l.i the guest of her parents, Mr. returned to Horso Branch Tor an ex Mr Jim Thomas. J. L. Lallinger and W. tended visit with his parents, nnd Mesdames t.,,.ic iiiivn returned - to tholr other rolatvoa and frlonds. , . i Minn l.nrralnn Whito. who Is 111 of nrtni- n visit ii w. , Homes in tuberculosis. Is not expected to recv- city. villi lrlonds In this Misses Mabel and Eula Clssell. of or.. Miss Kuty DoIMrt ha bcon Hodgenvllle. aro tho guests of their ing relatives at Boaver Dam, for the Mr. Clyde Ctssoll. Mr. and Mrs. Murvin Peters, of past weak. Loulsvlllo. aro tho guests of relatives NEW IlOf'KI'OItT POSTMASTER In town. Miller and DavMasdanies Arthur Mr. 55. Hoirell has hoen apt'oinled enport, of Tulsa, Okla.. aro tho guests parents. Mr. and Mr3. postmaster at Rockport In this conn-tof Mrs. Miller's Mr. Herrol Is a meiehant of V.,.' "onrf,...i anil Tvinr nt Minnesota, that eltv. u btuunch Republican ...,,, ... itirs. iiihiiii ...;.... i u. a uign-cincmzuii. nu .in. U the guoht of Mr. and Mrs. U. an erficlont and hiitlsluctory iltspcn Tu ,or to cer of tho locality's mull. Mrs. Mae Stlllwell has returned . .1 ..." i.. t .iMlavllln. nftor visiting MARRIAGE LICENSES Ulster, airs. U. U. Young und Mr. her fill-bab- y.' Spon-ens.-Ml- ss rol-Ten' s'. J. V. CASKIIIini & SON, Heaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Rrn.cr Dnm, Ky. R. I. KWAI.V, Rockport, Ky. HICKS & BURGHER, Kcliols, Ky. HALLIK KLLIOTT, Cool Springs, Ky. . A. SWAIN, Prentiss, Ky. HARTFORD MOTOR CO., Iliirtfoitl, Ky. S. T. AHLLLVMS, Rob Roy, Ky. , (!. T. H. OVERTON, Ky. JOE .J. SHULTZ, Wjkov, Ky. l'RANK EVKRLV, Centt'itimn, Ky. ARTHUR T. 1LER, Rockport, Ky. Centi-rtown- Crown Gasoline Dealers P. DAUGHERTV, Rai?tovn, REAVER DAM COAL CO., Taylor Ky. Mines, Ky. AH- CENTERTOWN, LIGHT CO., Center. INDUSTRIAL town, Ky. SOCIATION, McIIenry, ICy. R. Polarine Dealers 4 KgJBMHHJHHHHHfcflHJNMK49jH i niifinyj, mii'i-t- i iuuim. Ytlt-broth- ih JJ...T.,.. ,.. .. rn , .M ' r y. ... ss .." '"l l0MrBKUU IluromaBO und family, of netro'lt Mich., aie vlslllng Mr. Hum- pareuU. Mr. and Mis. Bon mrc thU city. Air aiiA Mrs Harry Morris aud daughter. Alborta, of Bloouilngtou, liiinnlB ara vlaltlnK frlouds lu town. Talbwt MIHor, of Kansu.s. U M,n luest or fricndB hero. Coleman, of Loulsvlllo, lltliiB lelatlvM In Hrnvur Dam. v fc ot nd Mrs. Short Dureobs, Mr ', AVultcr K Baker, to Mrs. Vlrta Fe- Ux White, both of MoIIcnry. Mlllnid Rusher to Wiuulu Evans, ' of FordHvllle. Bvansvlllo. Charlca Rohrhucher, Indiana, to Dona Wright. Rostno. A Camp Knox soldier was shot. In tho watermelon patch of n farmer llv- Ing near tho camp. Monday night. His condition is said to bo critical. Tho miner is under arrest. wmmmimmm'mb'mm1moutright npjxjul of tho amendment. as may be uecessafy (6 pay tho tax THE DKHCSTS POLL ML'ZZLK VOUK DOCS Kiom thcuo replies tho wets gain due Centertown, Ky., und now unTho Literary DlRQbt has undort.ik-o- n much oiicournKemcnt, but tho dry paid, with Interest and penalty theroon. Because of a widespread epidemic to teat tilts sentlniunt ot tho nuo-ll- o tuiswer that tho wet voters return A. II. Itowo ono town lot on south people,' aide of main street In Centertown, of rabies the State Board of Health ot tho United Staton rtiatlvu to their balloLi whlla the dry , 4.76, anil for hns authorized me to see that all untho national proldbltlon uniomlniunt rogurding the prohibition Issue a Ky., for your year 1921, $r.D0. With lnt)ret and muzzled dogs found running at largo To innKo tho test thoioiiRh and closed one, decline to takes tho trouble ot sale. For descrip- In Ohio County, aro Immediately killpenalty the inasuzlns U sendlut; to vote. Large ns is the voto for tion soo und cost Deed Hook 3G at page 295, ed. All ownors of dogs should ut -, out ton million questionnaires, dis- modification, that for complete re- of record in Ohio County Court onco see that thoy are propely muztributing thoni fairly nnioiiR thu peo- peal is not eapeclnlly significant, and Clerk's office. Also Julia K. Howu one town lot zled or nuffor tho consequences. ttiQ country tho resistor ho fur Indicates a disple o( overy hction of G. A. RALPH, Sheriff O. C. Centertown, on tho 6t2 In tho town and overy claw of cltlsonslilp. Tliree position on tho part of a very eoo'l South stdo ntofMain Street for year uro asked. Thoy aro: majority to give tho national amend- 1920, ?3.7G, and for tho yoar 1921, iiuestloiib At the close of 1921, there woro "Are you in favor of strict enforce ment a further trial. tho sum ot $4.00, with Interest, cost In the United States 10,200 separato -- -. penalty, for description of land and niuut ot the Eighteonth amendment?" eeo Deed Hook 57 at page 383 ot re-- 1 telephone companies, to say nothlug MARSHAL'S TAX BALK "Ate you in favor of modifying tho eord of the Clerk ot the Ohio County basis, of which thoro woro 26,000 VoUtoad uct allowing tho sale ot t ot rural linos nnd associations nnnmi. Kor tax duo tho town of Oontor-tow- u, Court. I Deer aud llBht wines?" "Are you In Till. OOMi .low nt .lllllv m''' Ky.. for tho years 1920, and cd mainly on a mutual or amend-mentfavor ot tho repeal ot tho yoar 1921. Notice la horeby given connected to the Hell System, Marshal for tho town of Centor-towi,that I will on Monday September 4, . 7t4 ' 1922. at ono o'clock p. in., at the To date 480,043 ballots liavo boon Hartford Dinosaur footprints, mmlo milreturuod. "6f thcao 181,704. favor court hotiso door In to public Ohio County, Ky., expose Many aro called, but the operatoi lions of years ago, have, been found rigid entorctinont, 19G.SG4 favor for cash in huiul. thn fnlliiwlni' sale rln. modltlcutlon, und 101, 475 favor (lis scribed property, or an mucu thereof seldom. guts the right numbor. Lite. In Massachusetts recently. 9mmmmmmmmmmimmmmmmmmmm 19-20?" - K X I) w ut x - h. i .v-y- t