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KENTUCKJT, FRIDAY, Besides her parents, Rev. and Mrs. she Is survived by two slstors and sis brothers. SURPRISE GATHERING LONG-TIM- E AUGUST 18, 1922. to home near Hockporf after an RAIL SETTLEMENT Nortlicltff Prorliiimeri As Greatest oxtended visit with bor son, Mr. Ben llrltlhli Journalist of Woodburn. All Times Mr. Arthur Fought, who resides In Mrs. Ben Woodburn Is spending the Wage Scale Previous tho Midway community, was enticweek with friends and relatives In Parley of Yesterday LookLexington, Ky., Aug. 15. Dr. London, Aug. 15. A remarkablo Rockport. ed from home early Sunday morning tended; 60,000,000 ed To To Start Peace August 13th, and received tho sur- James Kennedy Patterson, 89, pres- tribute Is paid by tho British press Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tate motored Tons Added. On Return. prise of his llfo when lto returned In ident omerltus of tho University of to tho Uto Viscount Northcllffe, to Beaver Dam Tuesday, shopping. the forenoon and found Mr. and Mrs. Kentucky, died lato this evening at Columns and In somo instances even Mr, Walter Scott and sons, Charlie will Athtrton of Central City, Mrs. his home on tho university campus. pages, being dovotod to editorials, and Archie, mado a trip to tho Mam The coal strike In bituminous Mary Myers of South Carrolltou and He was president of tho university photographs and special .articles op moth Cave, last week, accompanied Railroad brotherhood men and-shoyears, the achievements and personality ot by Misses Emma Scott, Corinne and .fields has been ended and tho mines ono hundred1 and thirteen other from 18G9 to 1910, forty-on- e craft laborers woro scheduled to resumed operation, wlurevor ship- friends and relatives gathered at his said1 to be the longest period of'ac-- y tho master journalist whoso career Thelma Dennis. hold a conference" in Now York yesping fqulpmeut could bo obtained, home, tho occasion being In honor tlvo service1 of any college" president ended at the height of his power. Mrs..O. E. Scott, Mrs. M. M. Tate terday, to which tho shopmen pointWednesday of this week. The agree-lne- of Mr. Faught's Naturally the Northcllffe publi- and Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dennis attend- ed "with expectations ot seeing tho d birth - in tho history of the United States. ' by which tha men return to day. Br. Patterson, though In a weak- - cations make the greatest effort to ed the Eastern Star Meeting, at beginning of tho return of peace in. the pits simply extends to April 1, railroad conditions. It was stated) Loads of diverse and various kinds j ened condition for tho last several eulogize ''the chief" and tho Times Cromwell Saturday nfternoon. 1923, tho contract In effect prior to of good things to oat wero brought by years due to his advnnced age, was devotes four pages with upturn col "mediators" Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Dennis and lit- that the brotherhood tho walkout April 1, of tho present thoso doing honor to Mr. Fnught, and , in oeioro nis aeam oniy a iew weens umn rules as a mark ot mourning, to tle daughters Iva and Marie, spent would offer a plan to tho rail manyear. It la estlmntod that onehalf spread at the noonday hour, of which His life was despaired of during n biographical sketches and messages Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rex Brown agers whereby both sides could previous Illness several months ago, of regret from journalists, politicians of Shultztown. together without complete .million men nro to be affected by tho all partook heartily. temporary settlement of tho differAs tho day grew old tho crowd, but he rallied. The funeral arrange- and tho diplomats In all parts of the There will be an Ice cream sup- surrender o felthor upon tho seniority ences between the operators and wishing tho honoreo many returns of ments have not been made. Ho Is world. per at Taylortown school house, Sat- qustlon, which is the chlofest bono-o- t minors, and that tho resumption of the event left for thotr homes, con- survived by his brother, Walter K. contention. Tributes from America, Including urday night, for tho bene'flt of tho Tho latest reports obtainable wero-twork will add 60,000,000 tons of coal scious of a day most pleasantly spent. Patterson, of Lexington. President Harding's message of Ladles' Aid Society. , to tho output. Tho mines and men to Lady Northcllffe, are disthe effect that President Harding Mr. and Mrs. Archie Miller ot Beainclude seven States, scatterGeorge Harvey, ver Dam, spent the, week end with was, under prevailing conditions, unDr. Patterson, probably one of the played prominently. ing In sonio, nnd nil of thorn In some COUNTY ASSOCIATION best known men In Kentucky, was tho American ambassador, decided as to whether he would take sent a Mr. Miller's father, at this place. FINISHES ITS LABOR born at Glasgow, Scotland, March 26, message from Scotland but King tho rail question before congress yesof the States. ' l& terday as formerly planned). Disor1833. He received his baccalaureate George, who Is there also, is not reBASEBALL BRIEFS JUIW. J. V. TAYLOR DIES ders of a serious naturo havo lately Former Officers; To Meet degree at Hanover College, Indiana, presented among tho published tele" AFTER LONO ILLNESS In 1S56; his master of arts there In grams and cablegrams from tho emCoining Year Willi Mt. Zlon AND FOUL STRIKES occurred at a tow points, but upon Congregation. 1859, and' nn honorary philosophic pire's prdmlnent personages. the whole, quiet prevails. CondiMrs. Kllza Florence, wife of Dr. J, in doctorato from that Institution The press generally terms Lord Beaver Dam defeated Island Sun- tions In tho Cumberland Valley diviV. Taylor, died at their home In British day by 6 to 3. Tho chief feature, of sion of the L. & N. were extremely The Ohio County Ilaptlst Associa- 1875. All of tho leading universities Northcllffe the greatest Hartford, in the afternoon of August tion brought Its annual session of In the country have since then confer- journalist of all times. the game was tho superb pitching of bad yesterday, peace overture having-beerejected by tho rail employes. 12th. at ono o'clock, as tho result two days to a closo yesterday after- red on him their honorary "doctor Tho daily Telegraph and the Dal- Jake Stevens for the Beavers, getting . In their 17 strikcrouts to his credit. He fanof cardiac asthma, of which, to'goth-o- r noon, nt Denver Dam, Tho meeting of letters." From 1869 Jo 1910 he ly Express aro unstinted with a complication of othor ail- was of no Jess Interest than any held occupied tho presidency of Kentucky's praise of Northcliffe's service to ned the hard-hittiRogers PERSONAL NEWS "Buzz" ments sho had been afflicted for sev- in recent years, tho nttendanco being largst universities, being president journalism and to the empire. in the last inning with two men on AND SOCIAL EVENTS eral years. unusually lnrge and splendidly enter- omerltus of Transylvania and- KenThe Ddily Chronicle says his death tho path) Dossett did tho receiving for t Mrs. Taylor was n daughter of tho tained by tho citizens of Ueavcr Dam tucky State University from tho lat- causes one to think of other towering the Beavors. Bates, Bates and Trol-lengMr. Charlie Leach and Httlo son, lato Harvey and Margaret Paxton, a and adjacent community. ter date until his death. His renown figures suddenly abased within tho compqsed the battery for tho C. A., city, attended the funeral and prominent family of Ohio county. Almost, If not all of tho former ns n writer is equal to that of his present century "of the premature Islanders. ns follows: fame as a collega president, being an death of Cecil Rhoades, of the abSho was born at Cromwell, April 6th, Officers woro burial of Mrs. Noble Craig, at Graham 156, whero the major portion of her Moderator, Hon. Alvis U, Tichenor; occasional contributor to tho Scot- rupt crushing arid' disablement by disHartford's Juniors wont to Hor-to- n Wednesday. Ilfft was spont. She, with Dr. Taylor Assistants, Revs'. .Blrcli 51?JoUls, and tish American at New York and edi- ease of Joseph Chamberlain and PresSunday for a gamo with tho team Mr. James A. Tate has sold his in- -; nnd family removed to Hartford near C. C. Daves; Clerk, A. M. Smltht As- - torial writer for tho Louisville Cour- - ident Wilson just as each seemed to of that place. Duo to agitation and terest in tho rastaurant operated by 20 years ago, whore they have since Blstnnt Rev. L. W. Tichenor; Treas,ur-- ( ler Journal. Ho was a follow of tho bestride tho earth llko c colossus." too much unrest, tho game broke-u- p Royal History Socioty of Great Britresided. Tho deceased lady became or, Win, Fair. Even tho Dally Herald seoms to In- during tho eighth Inning In a strike he and his brother, Sam Tate, at the hrldo of Dr. Joseph W, Taylor on Tho business of tho association was ain and a member ot the Society of tend a word of praise when It says which bids fair to last during the re- Rockport, and has, with Mrs 'Tate, May 31, 1883, to which union four handled with neatness and dispatch, Antiquaries, Scotland. Ever since Northcllifo occasionally admitted to mainder' of the season. The, Rlver- - moved to Hartford temporarially. children woro born, ono of whom being woll disposed of. Tho associa- his graduation he has been a trustee his columns some small portion of i side youngsters were leading In Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor andchll" . dlod In Infancy. Thoso surviving are tion Is to meet with tho Mt. Zlon of Hanover College. Many cosmopo- the truth about labor. markers by the comfortable margin of ' Miss Allco, a momben of the faculty congregation next year on Wedriesdny litan clubs claim his membership. He 12 to 6 when the strike edict went dren, "Marguerite) and Joo of Stone, Ky., arrived In Hartford Sunday afwas a member of tho Fllson Club, ot HONORING MRS. SCIIRICKLE of the Hartford Graded School, John nfter tho second Sunday In August. into effect. "VV., a druggist of Stone, Ky.. and J. AND MISS BENNETT Louisville; Beta Thotn PI Chapter at Woodring, York and Shults worked ternoon, to attend tho funeral and "OLDEST" PATRON WRITES New York, and the Authors' Club ot Ross Taylor, morabor of tho firm of for tho Hartford Juniors. The Hor-to- n 'burial of Mr. Taylor's mother, Mrs. Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley London. Dr. Patterson, during his entertained Williams & Taylor, Hartford. battery was not reported, to us. J. W. Taylor, Monday. Mr. Taylor will return homo today, whllo career, delivered Innumerable com- with a three table rook party at her Mjs. Taylor was a worthy member Editor Hartford Republican, ashamed mencement addresses. I an Dear Tlnsley: home on Clay Street Friday afterof the. Hartford' naptlst church and regular team was idle Mrs. Taylor and the children will reHartford's noon of last week, in honor of her both Saturday and Sunday, but will main for a ten days visit with relapossessed tho friendship of a large that I have not sent In my subscrip" am ono of your CHILDREN'S DAY. AND HOMEnelces, Mrs. Ollle Schrlcklei and Miss play Utlca Saturday and the Owensbor tives In this city, and Fordsvllle. circle here and in her former home tion sooner but as I COMING AT SHI LOU Gusslo Bennett, of Decatur, Ala. De- ro Dodgers Sunday afternoon, nest, oldest subscribers I claim a little country, I am ono of tho original Mr. Burke Zimmerman, who has licious refreshments of sherbet and both games starting at 3 o'clock. A Funoral sorvlccs wero conducted The people ot the Sh'lloh M. E. cake wero served to tho following double-u- p home Monday morning at 9 list of subscribers to the first pafrom the with the MqHonry Majes- beon visiting his grandmother, Mrs. o'clock, by her pastor, Rev. Russell per publlshod when It was called the Church community mot at the church guests: Mesdames Ollfe Schrlckle, ties nnd Rlversiders is promised in Elizabeth Taylor and other relatives y Ala., Decatur, Chester Wilson, these games and a stiff line-u- p Walker. Burial of tho remains took Kentucky Progress. Now I do not Sunday, August, 13th and held' will in this city for the past several days, services, beginning at 9 o'clock Cromwell, Clarencb Igleheart, city, greet tho fans In what ought to prove will return to his home in Louisville place in the Paxton burial grounds want to make you chesty but I think three miles south of Heaver Dam. tho 'Republican Is ono of tho best with a song service, led by Brother Misses Gussle Bennett, Decatur, Ala., as good as any staged during tho today. He will bo accompanied by Many beautiful floral trlbutos deco- papers of Its class, I over saw. I Granville Christian, with Miss Mary Anna Rhea Carson, Gustlne Mills, season. his aunt, Miss Eva Taylor, who, with rated tho grave of tho departed, lady. always enjoy Fluke and I. D. Claire, Sanders at tho organ. Following- was Konnedy Collins, Thelma Bennett, The Beavers are to have Morgan-tow- n young Zimmerman and his parents, yet I must say that I. D. Clalro was an Invocation by Rev. Ferryman, of Martha Pate, Bodlne Carson and at Beaver Dam, Sunday and a Dr and Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, will most too sovoro when ho questioned Earlington, followed by a welcomo Mildred Stevenson, city. TORMKIt HARTFORD good game is assured for the fanB leave tomorrow for a two weeks moPhiladelGIRLS WKI) IN INDIANA Fluke's statement about that 'Strange address by Rev. Sherman Rlggs, Pastor trip to Washington, who attend, phia, Atlantic City and Niagara. Phonomenon' ho and old Doc. Plrtle tor of the Beaver Dam, M. E. Church. RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION Two sisters, Mlssoa Ruth Alexander saw whllo fishing on Grassy. Now Response by Rov. R. D. Harper, of A colored team, from Browder and Falls. Tho United States Civil Service near-b- y points, came over Sunday and and Sue. Wayland Spalding, daugh- ninny moons' ago I was in a log camp Hartford; aftor which an excellent Mrs. A. E. Pate and! daughter, Mis3 ters of Mrs. Nannlo Alexander Mil- on Grassy and onq of the boys. In program wns rondered by tho Sunday Commission has announced an ex- walloped a mixed team from Beaver Rhea-Carsoamination to bo held at Hartford, Dam ler (formerly Spalding) woro united camp drank somo spring water on school children, which was a and Hartford. Tho Muhlen-bur- g Martha Caroline and Miss Anna to all present. After tho chil- Ky., on Sept. 9, 1922, to fill city, left Monday morning in marrlago with Messrs. Charles Grassy and ho had that 'Strange Pheboys did not permit tho local of rural carrier at Beaver players a slnglo trip to the. home for a few days visit with Mr. and Wellington McKeo and Earl Vernon nomenon thought ho was that match- dren's program Rev. Harper delivSeattle, respectively. In Juno past, at less genoral, Stonownll Jackson. Ho ered tho homo coming address to tho Dam, and vacancies that may latr plate, while they garnerod 8 scores. Mrs, Jeff Watterson, In Ashley, 111., 'Valparaiso, Indiana. Tho marriages got nn old staff off an ox whip nnd rowded audlonce, with hundreds that occur on rural routes from that post Maddox, Parks and "Happy Jack" after which they went to St. Louis, woro kept a secret until n short time Btood at attention for hours nnd could not gain admittance. At tho office. Tho salary of a rural car- worked as battery for tho locals, whore they purchased fall goods for ngo, when a Chicago, 111., paper pub- whon ono of us boys came by he noon hour approximately 1000 peo- - rier on a standard dally wagon route while we could not learn tho names of f tho flrm'of Carson & Co. Miss Car would make us stop and salute him. plo repaired to the ghady grovo ot ot 24 miles Is $1,800 per annum, with those who tolled for the Muhlenburg-er- s, son Is expected to return homo today, lished the Incident. I also think that I. D. C. Is to per the church grounds and partook of an additional $30 per mile per an'All of tho parties reside In the and tolled Is right, they did it whllo Mrs. Pato and Miss Martha will ' visit Mr. Pate's brothers, Messrs. L. Vfiouth Side, Chicago, 111,, and are sonal about Dat Nail. I havo known ono ot tho most sumptuous meals num tor each mile or major fraction in nico fashion, thereof In excess of 24 miles. Tho A. and! Crowe Pate, In Sesser, I1J,, bepromlnont people. The young ladles old Hat whon he was young and won tho land can afford. At 1:30 p. m. seats wore arranged snlary on motor routes ranges from ORCHESTRA RENDERS fore returning. are granddaughters of tho lato Dr. his name by not being any bigger Wayland Alexander and formerly re- than a bat and mo3t as ugly. Hilt I in tho grove audi the people again as- $2,450 to $2,600 per annum, accordENJOYABLE PROGRAM: Mr. and Mrs. DoWJtt Williams and sided In Hartford, whoro they aro always had a warm spot In my bosom sembled and began tho afternoon ser ing to length. Soparate- - examinations well known, and have many friends. for Bat. Ho was always ono ot tho vice with anothor song, followed by Lfor motor routes and wagon routes An orchestra composed of young little daughter, Ellen Loronq, of boys. Hut to figure on him It has addresses by Revs. Sherman Rlggs, aro no longor held. Appointments people of the Third ilaptlst Church Pittsburg, Ga., and Mrs. J. T. LIGHTNING HOLT ever boon thus: I remember long R. T. Harper, .and Porryman, Dr. R. to both positions will be mado 'from of Owensboro, with Irof. A. P. Thomas, of Chattanooga, Tenn., who KILLS YOUNG LADY ago that he filched a watermolon A. Dyers, nnd sovoral others. Tho tho samo register. THE EXAMINA- Thomas, director, rendered a pro- motored to this city and spont about from nn old farmer and ono of tho services, were brought to a $loso at TION WILL BE OPEN ONLY TO gram at the iiurtford High Scnool ten days with Mr. Williams' parents, During tho electrical storm which country boys wns In town and saw It four p. m., with all present fooling CITIZENS WHO ARE ACTUALLY Monday 'evening to a fair sized au- Mr. and Mrs. A. J Williams, and visited tho northwestern portion of and told tho old fanner and nat Unit the banner of Christianity had DOMICILED IN THE TERRITORY dience;, The. recital was much ap- oilier relatives, havo returned to tholr homos. Thoy woro accompathe county, Wcdnosday the lCth, Miss proceeded to give tho country boy a boon planted1 on higher ground. Tho OF THE POST OFFICE WHERE preciated and highly recommonded. nied by Mr. Williams' sister, Mrs. E. Hamilton, aged 22 years, wn3 trimming and when It was over both pooplo nro to bo congratulated In THE VACANCY EXISTS anil who Dora D. Turley, of Chicago, 111., who, with WORKERS Btruck by lightning and instantly kill of Dat's eyes wero closed and for tholr earnest effort In behalf of the mo t tho othor requirements Bet Both men and forth In Form-1977- . ARK ON FIRING LINK Mr, Turley an their Httlo son, Ed- homo in lower Hefln. three days he looked on tho Install- church and Sunday school. ed, nt ther TIiq committee ol arrangement women, If qualified, may enter this Tho organization committee and ward havo also boon visiting hero. The. young inuy was engagi-- iu re- ment plan. But nil In nil a man clothing from a wlro lino who knows all tho boys must enjoy wishes to thank all of those who as- examination, but appointing officers workers of Hartford and surrounding Sho will return to Hartford within moving havo tho legal right to specify tho territory, In Interest of tho Dark To tho noxt few days. Mr. Turley haa sisted In so great n service. when tho fatality occurred. Tho bolt Fluko nnd I. D. C. ONE PRESENT. sox desired in requesting certificaAssocla- - J returned to his duties In Ghlcigo. to which tho line bacco Growers' Thanking you for so good a paper Btruck a walnut tree , itnn Via I I t rmrA maAttnw nt Ml n tion ot eliglbles. i was connected, the. wlra conducting and wishing you success In tho fuMRS. 11URNS ENTERTAINS mm FARM LOANS young ture, I beg to remain court houso here last Saturday. Ah tho bolt to the unfortunato LITTLE FOLKS 0001 SPRINGS. . Sincerely your old friend, extensive and Intensive campaign was lady, I We aro Iiwi position to promptly planned fur and good results aro exwas a member of R. WILLIAMS. J. Miss Hamilton Llttlq- - Miss Iva Dennis, who has pected to accrue. Mrs. O. T. 'Burns entertained a procure loans on desirablo farm (Published without permission.) Richland Daptist church, near the number ot the ltttlo folks of this bron qulto sick, is Improving. lands, situated In Daviess and adt LIvermore, whoro funeral Services Misses Emma Scott, Corlnno and CARD OF THANKS and little city, at her homo on Clay Street, joining counties, on 40 years tlmo Mrs. 01te Schrlcklo wero conducted by tho RoyCralg. Messrs Frowln Dennis; Wo wish to express our sincerest with liberal propayme'nt privileges. yesterday afternoon, daughter, Margaret, who had been Wednesday afternoon, from 3 to 5, Thelma of Owensboro, Mr, with a party, in honor ot nor ltttlo Chlnn, Erley Tuylor and Beckham thanks to all ot our friends who so Interest Loans under governat 2 o'clock, interment taklsg" place visiting Mrs. Schrlcklo's parents, ' Miss Marlon and Master Wilson al.tcnd.ed tho double wedding kindly and willingly rendered as- ment supervision. nnd Mrs. S. E. Dennett, and other visitors, cemetery. y la tho near-bcity, dur- James Burns, ot Owcnsboro, Games at tho Presbyterian Church In Llt-tl- o sistance In tho recent Illness and L. P. TANWER, Tho deceased young lady was- very relatives In and near this Bend, Saturday night death ot our beloved wlfq and mothW. 2nd. St., Owensboro. 116 nccounted as ono ing tho past few weeks, returne4 to we're played, refreshments wero eervr popular and was Mr, Walter Scott and eons, Charlie er. Dr. J. W, TAYLOR, Ala., Satur-- ed nnd an enjoyable timo spent by tho For loans in Ohio county of the mo3t beautiful young ladlep of tholt homo Iu Decatur, fltty-thrtguests; and Archie ot Jasonvillo, Ind., visit-- 1 5t2 and Family. Jno. B. Wilson, Hartford, Ky. i ot tho country. .. that wholo section, 500,000 AFFECTED HEAD WORLD PAYS TRIBUTE cd friends and relatives in Ohio HOPE LOOMS FOR county OF U. OF K. DIES TO A GREAT EDITOR Mrs. last week. Rosa Woodburn has returned lr. Jiw. If. I'utturson l'or 10 Year Chief of SlutoN Lending School. hr nt forty-secon- co o ' Re-i-lc- ct ng - er lee-wa- y. all-da- - . do-lig- ht mi C. Y. see-Judg- o Hikv DEPARTMENT TO AID DISABLED WORKERS Jilalo mid I'Vdcnil OovrrnmrtitH In Kfliuliilitjillon of CIvIJIiiiim. ed to r pnbllsh tho Injured lit employment. person Il" Inaugurating the work of Civilian Rehabilitation, the State Hoard seeks and welcomes the coop. ration of nil Arthur Griffith, persons nnd agencies who como In contact with tho disabled. Without such assistance It will bo very dlfff-cu- lt to get In touch with many of the accidents and enses of disabilities due to disease. Those Who read this article are rcqu stcd to send the names and addresses of dlsablFd persons over sfxteen years of ago who appear to be In need of ho dprvlces of this Dopartmnt to, S. B. DUFF, SUPERVISOR REIIAMLI- TATJON, State House, Frankfort. K I renin IRISH STATESMAN INFLUENZA VICTIM Henri of tin Succumbs In Dublin. Pali Tlio Legislature provided for tho of a stati system of Clviflan Itohabilllntlon, authorized tho cooperation of Kentucky Vith the Federal government ami designated tho State cstab-llshmo- lat session of tho Kentucky nt Surgeons agrco that In cases of and Wounds Cuts, Hums, Bruises thb first trcatmont Is most important. When nn efficient antiseptic is ap- pled promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the 'wound begins to heal at once, For use on man or beast, Borozonc Is the ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now the institution at night. he ate a hearty-breakfaThis morning and be ready for an emergency. Price 30c, GOc' and $1.20. Sold by the and was going upstairs m when he collapsed. Ohio County Drug Co. He was carrftd rt If Into bis room and a doctor summonV COHTEMTSll FAMOUS RARE STAMl SOLI) ed. He said Mr. Griffith was suffering from a cerebral hemorrhage. At a recent salo of the stamp col- A priest had Just finished administerlection of the late Baron von ing the last riUs of the Catholic a single stamp brought the Church when Mr. Griffith expired. amazing sum of $25,000. This was , a one-ceBritish Gulnna stamp, tho The death of Arthur Griffith marks only ono In existence. It was struck the passing of one of tho foremost off at Georgetown In 1SD6 when a figures in modern Ireland. He was supply of" stamps failed to arrive ono of the most conspicuous leaders BEST BY TEST The lettering is in In tho creation of tho new Irish Free from England. ordinary print while a wood cut of a State. Ho was one of tho founders sailing vessel Is shown with initials of the Sinn Fein movement and has of the postmaster. Tho whole col- been among the foremost leaders dilection brought over 6,000,000 recting its activities. He has been Kentucky is primarily an agriculBake-Da- y francs. The money will be applied to somewhat out of th.i limelight, howtural state, and undoubtedly there the German reparations account since ever, during the recent military acare iiundrcds of men and women on the baron was a German citizens-H- e tivities, which havo been directed the farm who aro unable to do a full left France at the beginning of the largely on behalf of the FrPe State day's work becauso of the loss of an war, and dying In 1917 he willed his forces, by Michael Collins, head of arm, a leg, or 3ight, or soma other collection to the Berlin Museum, but tho Irish provisional government, set Many of these could after dtfect. the French. government had alraady up under tho terms of the Anglo-Irisreceiving special training along some I treaty. seized it. line follow successfully cortaiii spe Mr. Griffith formerly was an edicialized work in agriculture, such a INTENSIVE DRIVE v6ll tor of Dublin and later established BBBi&MamnmmmaMxamExnBmKxm! bee culture, poultry raising, dairying DARK TOBACCO WJOh tho newspaper United Irishmen, foletc: Tho scope of this law Is very NEWSPAPER VIEWS. lowed by tho Sinn Feitr and then the broad. Tho Act states that Its Cadiz, Ky., Aug. 14. (Special) Nationality. benefits may bo extended to "anyAtchison Globe When you talk Chairman Bcoudhunt and his organione who by reason of a physical about your hobby, don't talk Iongur Tozation' committeo for the Dark There 13 mora Catarrh in this section flv& minutes about it. dofect or Infirmity, whether from After of the country than all other diseases than associabacco Growers or acquired by accident, injury, birth put together, and for years It was sup- five minutes,1 hobby talk becomes tion, are planning an Intensive drive posed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed or disease, Is or may be expected to for Monday, August 21 which "will local remedies, and by constantly falling foolish. be, totally or partially Incapacitated cure with embrace, every school district in the to Incurable. local treatment, pronounced it Catarrh is a local disease, Bingham Sun Still, the chap whop for remunerative employment in In- counts GPatly Influenced by constitutional condustry, or any legitimate occupation: and therefore requires constituThis the busings men will be ditions treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi- said skirts were coming down hit It In tional and who may reasonably bo expected asked to lend their assistance by clos- cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & about as well as the cha who said to be fit to engage in an occupation Ohio, la a ing their houses and going out as Co., Toledo, taken Internallyconstitutional prices were. remedy. Is and acts after completing a Rehabilitation solicitors. The most of them will do thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces course." of the System. One, Hundred Dollars re, , Flint Journal Any man who gets f this. " ward is offered for any case that Hall's' up early on Sunday Is lazy. Ho does Training. The plan is for the solicitors to Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for circulars and testimonials. It so he will have more time to loaf. The Vocational training will be in- meet that morning at their resp:o F. J. CHBNEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by Druggists, "Sc. dividual, and as far as possible in tho tive school houses and go over the Hairs Family Fills for constipation. Memphis Press One serious mishomo locality of the- disabled person. list of the tobacco growers of that a take was making the two hottest In all cases the wishes of tho indivi- district, and those, who have not al- KK.NTUCKV STANDS FIFTH dual will be consulted and tho train- ready signed will bo visited by a comIX BETTER STOCK DRIVE months of summer havo 31 days each. ing given will bo suited to the physi- mittee and" asked to do so. In this Los Angeles Times Commissioner cal, mental .and social needs of the way It Is proposed to make a1 close Lexington. Ky., Aug. 12. Kentuctrainee. Vocational training will be canvass of the county In the one day. ky is continuing to make st.tudy pro- Haynes says that he.does not expect to have a bone dry America for twenty-fgiven in tho following manner, Trigg county already has approxi- gress In the "Hotter Sires-Bettyears. There Is still with institutional. Where possible the mately fifty per cent of its acreage Stock" campaign being conducted ive tho accent on the still over 40,000,-00- 0 Individual will be placed In soma ex- signed up. throughout the country by the Unitgallons of whisky In tho coun. isting school, either public, private, ed Stat.'s Department of Agriculture try that Is legally avatlaMe for uso or endowed. All institutional charges When you yawn a good deal in the In cooperation with the various state such as supplies, books, and tuition daytime, feel dull, achey and want to agricultural college according to a In sickness, and it will take a long will be paid. However, no funds aro stretch frequently It is an unmistaka- progress report which lias just been time, oven In our enfeebled condiup. available for maintenance. ble symptom of malaria, and unless received by T. R.. Bryant, assistant tion, to use all this Tutorial. Where- It is found im- you do spmethlng at once you are director of extension at the College Bryan's Commoner Thoso who practicable to place the individual In booked for a spsll of chills. Heroine of Agriculture. Tho stato now stands resort to lawlessness are e'JmUs of some institution a competent tutor is a chill medicine that will prevent fifth among all those In the Union labor whether they belong to labor w'ill-tiemployed to give tho dEStred or cure tho disease. It drives out the in' the number of farmers who have Impurities on which tho malarial been enrolled In thJ drive against organization or are connected witlr instruction. strengthens tho liver scrub breeding animals. Ohio, Vir- big business. The masses stand beIngorm thrives, Correspondence. In many misguided laborer who reand cleanses tho boweU. Price 60c. ginia, Nebraska, and Washngton oc- tween the stances tho' only method of Instrucsort to torch and bomb and the conm County Drug Co. tion feasible will bo by correspond- Sold by Ohio cupy the flrsst four places in the list. scienceless representative of big busence. A competent coach will bo emAt tho present time a total of 401 iness who Ignores the law. They do OVER THE TOP. ployed to see that correspondence the not sympathize with either side bat Kentucky farmors havo Joinikl work is properly done. being the denounce both as- a menace to Cloverport, Ky., Aug. 14, (Spe- campaign, these farmers Training. In many Placemont ownors of a total of 10,540 purebred tocases It will bo found best to placo cial) Altogether 2,492 acres of animals and 54,292 chickens. Ohio, bacco have bcon signed In Breckinthe disabled person hi shop or factowhich heads the list, has a total of Toledo Blade About all a straw ry, and there learn the work under ridge county to the' Dark Tobacco 1,970 farmors onrolled lu the movevote shows Is which way tho wltidy association, or Growers .autuol working conditions. A qualivfller Is blowing. crop of ment. fied person will b employed to glvo about seventy per cent of tho o tho county. Most ofth!s was securproper Instruction, nnd will lip held Constipation Is tho starting point Cappor's Weekly You can always responsible for the person's training. ed at a big barbecue and speaking for many serious diseases. To be tell by the groase spots on tho cushhere- - on August 5, which was attendVlacumcnt Coupled with the work hoalthy, lco?i tho bowels active and ions whether the garage man you told of training will bo the- matter of ed "by four or flvo thousand peoplo regular. Hurblne will remove all ac-to go over the car thoroughly, has. and was a great occasion in every placement. All courses given will cumulations In the bowels and put - reestablish-mea- t hav iii view the ultimatesystem In prime condition. Price Chicago Ledger Wo shall never Another big barbecuo and speak-I- n tho in employment of tH? person GOc. So'd by Ohio County Drug Comho trover, until some sciSatwill be h 'Id at Irvlngton on receiving training. In many cases tn entist show us what human glands urday August 19 which Is expected to pany, prosthetic applliincos, such as artiwill do to a monkey. bring ficial limbs, will be all that are need be another big affair and to In- - many more contracts', hike tho MUTE SINCE I1IRTH, ROY REGAINS IIIH SPEECH St. Joseph Gazotto No matter bucinoss men of Hardlnsburg did for what happona, somebody always know barbecue, tho business men tho first Clarksburg. W. Va., Aug. 12. It would. of Irvlngton aro footing tho bills for boy, Claronco McAtee a the coming barbecue. Washington Post Unions must bo In addition to tho tobacco speak- muto hIiico his birth, suddenly recoving thoro will bo members of tho S8th ered his spoach after praying for It protected, say labor leaders'. So must church the union. Aorlal corps present with four flying at the altur of a tented machines und will glvo exhibition where evangelistic services had been Brooklyn Eagle T!s a Pennsylvaflights. It Is euro to bo a big day. cnrrlcd on by the Pentecostal denomination, ut Broad Oaks, according to nia dry enforcer who Is rising the-- dio twig to disMrs. Ida Trlbbott, of Sturgla, Mich., vining rod or witch-hazADVISES KAMA MARRIAGES tho ovangollst in charge, Thoso ac- cover burled liquors. As he has alMrs. Joseph Dchner, of St. Louis, quainted with the boy say ho had not ready plowed up hundreds ot gallons, at 33, advises ( spoken botore. Tho alleged miracle the laugh may bo deterred. who is a grand-mothgirls to marry young provided they Is vouched for by various persons of Toledo Blade Men who laugh at aro serious and really want a hojuo ot tho city who wore in atteudauceat women for letting the fashlou When Mrs .Dehnor was the meotlng. tjiolr own. , . , ., .. .. ' 14 bho eloped with a man 23, She iuia icbu iiiuiu uruunu uy uiu nose are now wearing stiff straw hats that aro DRV MEASURE VS.'WET nujra ill nisi nuu iuibovu iuu uuiiiira about as comfortable as gravel In a nnd other good times girl enjoy, but "Strauge, but a bushel ot rye iWt shoe. now Bho thinks It was all for the best. as a quart." Harris-bur- s Exporlonce shows that In most cases worth 1 a:' Shoe and Lo'ather Reporter Here marriages art tho wisest. Patriot. s Board for Vocational Education, to carry out th provisions of tho Act. The purpose of the Civilian program is to train persons so as to restore thctn to industrial ranks-asolf supporting citizens. The State is anxious that each of its disabled citizens becomes a productive unit in our economic system. Uoth men and women who aro disabled, either by accident or disease,' are eligible for this training if their disability in any way hinders them from doing their for-m- sr work successfully. Civilian Rehabilitation must not be confused with the work being done by the Federal government In tho Rehabilitation of its soldiers, sailors, and marines. It is'not necessary that tho disability bo received in course of any employment. A woman injured in her home, a girl auto wreck, a young man Injured In athletics, are as much entitled to training as one injured in mill, fac tory or mine. Also persons Incapacitated for remunerative employment by disease and congenital defects; those born blind, or low vision, or deaf, or crlpplcdf-o- r all entitled to dls-nbl- Belfast, Aug. 12. Arthur Griffith, proildent of tho Datl Elraann, died In Dublin today of Inftiicnsu, It has been learned In HSlfast. Mr. Griffith was ill only ten days' nnd hie Illness was not considered Yesterday, however, he sufserious. fered a sudden relapse and died early thin morning. His death occurred at 9:45 o'clock this morning in St. Vincent's Hospital Dublin, which he entered ten days ago for an operation for tonsiiitls. He was recovering from tho operation and apparently regaining his normal strength during tho last few days. In fact, Mr. Griffith had respond ed to his treatment so well that he wan ablo to leave tho hospital dally for his official duties, returning to VflAUAIIY 9 sm vin real In the Kitchen FOR MHi - USE CALVIU ET POWDER The Economy BAKING A Big Time and Money Saver mm When you bake with Calumet you know fSA V 'S .7 there will be no loss or failures. That's why it V is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. y I h Dos&'t be led into takingQuanfity farQuality Calumet proved best by test in millions of contests. Largest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. Is to tho girls, God bless 'em, no mat- -' is married to a ) M The World ?s Greatest Baking Powder . ter how they dress 'em. Nows-Democr- at little mart she Is boss, too? Is the ca30 of a carponter's wifo (thoroughly Yankee mime, 3C years old, married when 14, mother of 21 children, only five- now living. That Is not' having children, but killing them. Now England - Paducah 01d?r citizen declare tho climate Is slowly changing and thai It Is getting warm er. The girls now dress for the change. 1 Collier's litre I 1 . " Kansas City Star Queen Mary ot England Is wearing a now dress with Northfleld News If tho girl of tho a long skirt that almost touches tho period did a little less prinking and' ground. One would think a persona little more thinking, she would age would try to dress modest'.y and come out better. bo leas conspicuous. Dallas News A Galveston widow TRIPLETS (JRADUATE TOGETHER .says that the latest proposal she has Had was from a life guard, who said the more he saw of bathing beauties Lillian, Loulst nnd Laura Bulssot, y, the more he admired' housekeepers. triplet sisters of Pii., were graduated In Chicago News Ever notice that H' the same high-schoTho class. a little woman Is married to a big girls were so much alike that tho man sho Is boss and If a big woman- - principal got tho diplomas 'mixed up. Punr-sutuwneol er $5;75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper e The Hartford Republican -- AND- . Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. 1 'J res-poe-t. Yoo Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's, local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial. Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with JL (Si JL cigarettes dmVW el er 10 They are GOOD! a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. , Order your subscriptipn through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. maintained by the stato to ona YANKEE SLANG IS OLD LIMEHOUSE thousand miles. Of tho total sum so , TANNED BY COPS far Bpent by the commlAslon tho WINNING FAVOR Hmrrod Arcii of Itlooslicd Hits Only KcinltiiM-cmcof KcrN In Crime. London, Aug. 12. "Llm'ouse7 Yos, sir; 'ereilt Is. "No Blr, It nln't wot It used to ha, Dllmey, I got torrlblo bored down 'oro. 1 nrsked tho inspector tonight for a transfer up to tho West End, 'oping as 'ow I might gut a bit of excitement up there." I'. C. Margesson, police constable on duty nt tho corner of Burdett ulrcetand East India Dock Hoad, down in tho heart of Llmehouse, onco quarter, was worst the world's ' sneaking. " 'Ere, you, 'oppit now, get," nhoutcd the P. C. at an urchin who was sidling up behind n costermon-ger'- s cart trying to filch a handful of thoc llttlo shell fish known ns periwinkles, which are so dear to the heart and palat? of East London. "There you are, sir, that's the worst wo gets in Limchouso these to pinch u nights, kids winkle or two," said tho P. C. with considerable disgust. Liniehouse nights certainly aren't what they used to be, when tho riffraff of tho world catno down from tho docks and made Llmohousa n nightly International battlefield. Men from all corners of the world ctill slip of their ships and stroll down East India Dock Hoad There arc Mnylays and Lascars, with Chinamen, heads; long-cu- d sturdy llttlo Japs, black men from s, Africa, blonde giants from the bearded sailors of tho Baltic and Americans, raucous-voice- d English sall- d of hordes ormen. Swarm Tubllc House They swarm to the corner public houses and they guzzle their beer. Some of them fall for the lure of uwuhinir skirts and carmlned lips. Altogether Llmehouse has the appearance of being a place full of awHithy, rough and ready men, but of Its battles are few and its nights only murderous assault aso now on the motion picture films. Slinky Chinamen still slide and glide up the narrow, dimly lighted streets of Llmehouse, but the opium gambling dens and the houses of their e,yes on the side-strehave nro few and far between. Tho pollco cavers and the ways of the 'hop head' Is hard In Llmehouse. Husky bouncers still abount In tho public houses, but for the most part they stroll ov..-- r the sawdust floors nnd yawn with oauul Barmaids are behind tho bar .inJ they eldom have to call on tho bounce. for aid and euccor. An occ is'on il saf.nrtnan g''ts obstreperous, '.it he is treatid wilu ruch hearty div lain ly h's comrades. Who want their "arfapintabitter" in nlace and qui?t. that tho rolslwrous oio dusn't create much of a Mir. u Llmehouse la still no place for minister's son. because the men of Llmehouse don't like "softies," but to tho average porson who attends own affairs and doesn't livits his traveled byways is safe in LImhyuo. nn nttack or get into the too soaisely in Of courso there are criminals Llmohouse, who take advantage of the unfamiliar who travel from tho beaten paths, but the lure of the old Limehouso nights Is gone. The world may be getting beor. Llmehouse certainly is. tur-ban- cd Scan-dlnavladeep-throateet v V counties Interested furnlshtd $1,248,-00$2,582,000 camu from tho federal government $3,710,000 from the motor vehicle llcrnso tax, f 1,32G,000 from the 3 cent road tax, and $793,-00- 0 from the gasolltn tax. Report comes from China of the uesiruciion oi a.uuu numan " as n result of a typhoon nnd resulting tldnl wave nt Swatow. Floods, (Ires and famines in China alwnys result In the deaths of great multitudes, according to newspaper reports on such Whether such numbers calamities. are as largo ns reported, or reported so large because China has such an cnormouH population Is conjectural. Tho soldiers' bonus bill which has been before tho congress for several months Is still hnnglng fire, nnd It Is not probable that It will receive final action durng tho present term of congress. The heavy war burden dobtiglvss tho congress a hesitating attitudo toward taking on nn additional burden running Into the billions of dollars. Tho United States crop report forecast a record production of farm crops. For the fourth tlmo tho corn crop is expected to pass the tnreo bushel mnrk. A record crop of hoy has been harvested; 93,000,000 tons, exceeding' tho formor record of 1919 by more than one million tons. The second largest crop of white poto 440,000,000 tatoes' amounting buhols Is the forecast. Tho fourth largest crop of tobacco Is predicted, of 1,425,000,000 oT a production pounds. Bumper crops of apples and penches are among tho big crop events of the year. The season thru-otho entire country has been generally unusually fnvoroblc, and most crops are from ten days to three weeks in advance of the season. on-Hut 0, I'lfiuli Scholars Prognosticate In l'epird to Pato of Own LunRringc. 8. Colloquial England perhaps American slang probably will be the future universal language, f th . tl0 ...,. of th , diplomacy. In a not distant decade, perhaps, tho French premier may cable the secretary of stato of tho United States: "Say, put me straight on this Pacific business. What's Japan's Paris, Aug. Idea?" And the secretary will cable the Japancso premier: "If you can give Franco tho info shoot it across " Soonor or later "Wo havo with us tonight" will be tho nfter dinner formuln at International banquets a from to Heligoland. ""Eventually "Tell It to Sweeney" or "Tlo It outside" will replace the politer forms of repudiation current In cosmopolitan social circles. All of this French scholars are shudderlngly prognosticating if French, is not retained as tho inter- -' national Ianguago, and If Esperanto Is not pushed as an auxiliary and subsidiary universal tongue. Once give English a look-ithey insfat, and slang will become tho table talk of statesmen and princess. Espornnto Started Trouble. Tho troublo all began because of Indo-Chlnn, Esperanto. Somebody perhaps an agent of police heard a bewhiskered Individual, wearing glasses, whispering In Esperanto to a wrinkle browed person, with pamphlets In his pocket. Delng a curious person, he was annoyed because he could not understand a word. Somebody perhaps the' agent of police started tho story that Esper anto was becoming the Ianguugo of- dark-browa Bolshevlsm. Whenever Russian wanted to Inoculate nn Innocent young Frenchman with the Idea that a Soviet was respectable form of govornment be said it in Esperanto. The. police, however disguised, wero foiled. Finally persons In authority one way and another became convinced thnt Esperanto was being used to further the spread of communistic doc!rl:iP! An appeal was sent to school au thorities thruout France to do all they could to provent tho theoretical o from being taught or spread. Esperanto Opposed. ' Interviews against Esperanto appeared In the nowspapers. horn-rlmmed world-languag"Es-per-an- to An An Old Fault Kinder Irritable and fault-findin- g dis- position is often caused by Indigestion. A man with good digestion and bowels that act regularly is usually good natured. When troubled with or constipation take indigestion They Tablets. Chamberlain's Etrsngtben the stomach and enable It to perform its functions naturally. They nlso cause a gentle movement m of the bowels. clnllst. If ho should get there he will fctl right at home, among th6J dozen or more senators of tho samo stripo who are now there nnd tho i other dozen or moro who seem likely we nujio inai cnougn i " cictn.-- . I reformers and radicals and visiona ries and schemers and pacifists and hyphenato nnd busters nnd blockers and kickers will bo sent to the senate and house next fall so that they can absolutely control the situation. Then we may look for tho mlllenlum to be brought about by legislation right off the bat. The constitution Can then be amended while you wait; the supreme court and the senate be abolished; organized labor put in charge of all industry; tho two-hodny .and three-da- y week be adopted; beer and wine be made compulsory; luxurious homes and autos provided for everybody at public expenses with free gasoline; a taxes abojlshed; abundant money supplied to all comers; pleasant weather guaranteed for picnics and excursions, with plenty vof rain, at Just the right time, for farmers; women made absolute equals of men and relieved of burden of bearing and rearing children; high prices for everything peo-pl- o sell and low prices for everything they buy; all middlemen to be hung high as Unman; wages and conditions of labor to be laid down by the workers; all cantaloupes to be required to bo sweet; all roads to bo first class, with no mudholes or detours; fat men and women and all old people to be abolished; free coinage of pumpkins, hay, dirt, poems, oil stock, hot air etc.; all war debts and all other debts to be wiped out; a bonus for everybody, to be pnid by movie stars and so on and go on While we are about it we might as well make this old world perfect. It would have been perfected long ago if it ha not hen for the old fogicfi, who have always obstructed progress and have insisted on that silly old idea, "Be sure you are right, and then go ahead. A Traveling Man's Experience. You may learn something from the following by W. H. Ireland, a traveling salesman of Louisville, Ky. "In the summer of 1888 I had a severe attack of cholera morbus. I gave tho hotel porter fifty cents and told him to buy me a bottle of Chamberlln's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy and to take no substitute. I took a double dose of it according to tho directions and went to sleep. At five o'clock the next morning I was called by my order and took a train for my next stopping place, a well man." m , ' 0nnft5 met Contents lSPluitl Draohnw CASTORIA Tor Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria . -- n niD nF.NT. IsimilntinlhcFoodbyKuta-- J UnitaicSlonvicftsnnaiKMoi XLLWaji S X . aVI T the 01 KfF A .ThacryimotJnfiDgg neither Oplam,Morphuicnor, Mineral. Not Nawcotic. Signature , Jhaipiiafi tn n IL Lfc LbVj - fe htmSfJ (hnMS&r lttnrrrtiirmr a kMndil Remedy fof In ff A M riBi "fteas tifc CJ5. -- ConstipationandDiarry. ,i Toorvc-SrxE- Use For Over. fCSiflUnmcrefiofnjnjnfanty. rocSimilcSijnatareot V n' MAC- kH ?.." itkm W.5 jnECEOTAmGcHPao: tjew rya Thirty Years CASTC Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CINTAUR COMPANY. NCW VOIK Crrv ESH K2EJ I Which Daily Paper? i A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. J. COLOItAHO POTATO BEETLE NOW MENACING FRANCE plagues of Insects that attack our crops often become gradually less destructive, thru adap tation of control measures and the development of a liking for the pests by natlvo insect or bird enemies, they still exact a huge tribute each year from the former. A case in point Is tho Colorado potato beetle, which in Its eastward march GO years ago threatened to wipe out the important potato crop. Its distribution toward tho South and lesa rapid than West has been that directly eastward, and it is well controlled by natural enotnles and The amount the use of insecticides. annually expended for arsenical poisons and their application against this pest probably reaches $20,000,-00Although 0. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper v i MORE THAN AVILLING Although he felt that In the course of his association withNsuch an amiable lady a Miss Mandy Smiff he had made no exceedingly slight impression, Mr. Mastus Rasorstrap felt that he did not havo tho courage? to ask her face to face to be "hlsn" for life. So to do this by means of telephone, and forthwith called up the residence at which his ladylove was, employed. "Is dat you, Miss Smiff?" he asked when someone made reply. "Ya-ndls here's me," warbled back across the wire. "Well, Miss Smiff, I has a mos p,etlcklah question to ax ob you et I s, Although the- - control of this pest is now well understood by American potato growers,, its recent appearance in France in the vicinity of Bordeaux to Kronen Is .causing much alarm It has farmers and entomologists. apparently already spread thero beyond the possibility of extermination . and tho authorities have- been oblig X Great Remedy. ed to take, up the question of legal The merits of Chamborlain's Colic action to enforce spraying with The situation Is regardRemedy aro well and Diarrhoea Jk known and appreciated, but there Is ed as so serious that tho establish occasionally a man who had no ac- ment of zones In which no potatoes quaintance with them and should can bo grown Is being considered. read tho following by F. H. Dear, a hotel man at Dupuyer, Monf. "Four years ago I used Chamberlain's Colic FOR FLETCHER'S "" cuted. and Diarrhoea Remedy with such Aulard Explains. wonderful results that I have since m But It wns Prof. A. Aulard, of the recommended it to nly friendB." Sorbonne, who hit upon tho really GENERAL NEWS IIRIEKED HAMBONE'S'MEDITATIONS Frenchmen should tolerate if not support Esperanto. Qermnny had at tho beginning of "French Istoo difficult to remain PEY TELLS ME A FOOL tho International language," he tho war a circulation of aboutvsix EN HE MONEY '&OpN wroto Le Matin. "But shall It con- billion imarks nnd now, after a period tlnuo as the language of good socio- of wild and ruinous inflation, has PAHTEI,BUT SHUCKS,' billions in tyt" ono hundred and sixty-si- x HE DON' HATTER .BE However, this vast vol-urHe Implied that It should. And circulation. ME EV MAH NO Fo'OL to obtain that end ho urged French of faco valtfe currency has an M.ONEY DOOES IT, Too! exchange vnluo of only about six oducators to facilitate the diffusion of Esperanto. billion marks. "Otherwise," ho threatened, "if The Ku Klux Klan has recently there Is no artificial ianguage, Engentered Into politics, and In Texas lish will becomo the International succeeded In nominating a candidate language of all tho peoples of the for Unltod States senator. However, earth, just as It is already the interthese hooded and gownod hordes of national language of tho yellow Intolerant bigots are not expected to got or maintain a serious or imraces. portant Influence In elections, "But it will not bo a pure English. During tho two years existence of It will be a denatured English slmpUied by barbarisms. the Kentucky State Highway commisAgainst that 'fate for tho world sion it has spent a .llttle,ovor two let us opposo our own language for millions of dollars in In this tlmo It has constructed 807 the ellto and Esperanto for the popumllos of new roads and maintained lace." m and repaired 719 miles of roads. GOOD THINGS COMING There aro now 347 miles of roadk unwhich der construction, tho most of which-wil- l Upton Sinclair Is now running for Mil bo conrfflotcd this year, MfaujOJAiwpApi, Synjet, the senate, from California, as a bring tho total road milage - Children Cry opment of 'youth" urged Alfred Capus, Interviewed by Le Matin. "It Is a language without finer shapes, incapable of expressing anything but the crudest ideas. It would be impossible to conduct an afgument against communism in Esperanto. Communistic ideas aro primitive the language suits them." But tho reaction was inevitable. A row ensued. Sudden interest was manifested in Esperanto. Faddists who wore busily studying Arabian or Sanscrit or mediaeval Chinese fired their teachers and hired Esperantists with! tho proper International accent to teach- - thorn to speak universally. After Russian Esperanto became the most popular language to "take up" in "study groups." For every sober authority who denounced Esperanto a man of letters has beon found to support it. Tho president of tho examining board of tha Polytechnic Association, quoted by tho Lo Matin asserts that "to say iliat Esperanto is a vehicle for Bol shevism is profoundly unjust a language belongs to anybody who cares to uso it." He asserted that Esperantists in Parlsvwcro being perse- injures the Intellectual devel- Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. ' It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains jts own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member'of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. ournal By special arrangements we aro now abio to offer mout." "G'long dar niggnh," came the reply. Wat you done wanter ax me?" "Da,r now. I'se done- - gwino say it, Miss Mandy. Will yo hah mo fo' 'l yo' husban?" "Yas, cos' I win," replied the dusky maid, and then asked interestedly, anyhbw?" "Who The Pathfinder. NOTICE. Ohio Quarterly Court Sam Crowe," et al , vs. Notice. Ex parte. Notice Is hereby given that tho undersigned petitioners will tile their petition in tho Ohio Quarterly Court on the first Monday lnvSopteinber, 1922, being Monday, September 4th, 1922, asking said court to enter an order requiring Wm. .Hatler to re- move certain gates erected on his premises near his barn across tho public highway leading from Ro sine to Horse Branch. Qlven under our hands this the 21st day of July. 1922. SAM CROWE, IRA JONES, LESLIE EMBRY, et nl. THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND I ' ''. ' THE REPUBLICAN Both ono J ear, by mail, for only $5.75. CASTORIA This offer applies to renewals ns well as new subscriptions, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tenntssoo or Indiana. New subscriptions' may. if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will dato from' oxplratlqn of present ones. If you prefer nn evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courlor-Journa- l, Send or bring your orders to this office. ' ao SEEKING DATA ABROAD FOR FIGHTING WHEAT STEM. RUST In the hope of finding tacts tlat will bo of value In fighting tho stem rust tn wheat, in this country far. E. C. Stakman, agent of tho United States Department of Agriculture and pathologist of the Minnesota Agi cultural Exriment Station Is spending the summer In various countries of Europe making detailed! stu- dies of the occurrence and severity of the diseaso, especially with refer-- 1 to Kb appearance on barberry road-bulldln- g. 0!itmijy m& bubhes. He is also, collecting much UALLS ENGLAND DIRTY COUNTRY Information on rusts in general. In n speoch to tho" house of lords In Franco and Spain, where he visre Lord Newton declared that England ited tho principal wheat-growin- g gions ho found no stem rust on wheat, and Scotland aro tho dirtiost counoats, barley or ryo. Although theTe tries in Europe. Tho troublo, as ho wero many barberries, few of them explained It, arises from the uso oi showed any signs ot,thIs rust, but in soft coal in fireside and factory..' Spain plant pathologists informed Figures wero given to ebow that 3u0 him that th& comnion barberry and an tons of soot fall on every square Indigenous species aro responsible for mllo" of London every year. This, It th early appearance of stem rust in 'was said, Is enough to build a pyramid four times as high as tho groat tho spring. reports great in- clock lower over tho houses of parDoctor, Stakman terest in breeding and selection of liament. In Manchester, a manufacwhoat yarltles resistant to this dis turing city, it Is estimated htat tho ease and emphasizes particularly the soot causes an ,oxtra expenditure of work of several eminent French In- L$200,0Q0 a year for tho siuglo Itcuu or washing men's collars. vestigators. 'A Whilo travellpg through France, to found little stem ' Whon tho baby is suffering lh,e. Spain, nnd Itajy rust, but this llttlo was always asso- doublo affliction of 'hot woathor and ciated with barberry bushes. Tho con- bowel disorders, the romedy needed census of opinion in these countries Is McOeo'g Baby Elixir. It- - reduces is that, although stem rust does occur the foverish condition, corrects thb rsraoto from the barberry, it develops stomach and checks looseness of the later in tho crop season and causes bowels. Price 3Bc and 60c por botvory much lqss damage than in, those tle. Sold' by Ohio CountyT,Drug Com" bj sections wboro tho ebrub is common pany. , , 1 1 4 i. i I " I far from being accurate as night Is STRAY STREAKS from day. Neither of the parties at loggerheads with each other havo-fo- r (Dy Fluke McFluke.) onco considered, or have not spokon Published Weekly by (UltTFOUD PRINTING COMPANX of as to what Is right toward the Incorporated mnss of people. Wo all have rights We notice In a paper wh'To Anto be sure, but when, In the cxerciso rights 'wo very drew. Kraan, of Mason, III,, who had of thoso W. B. TINSLEV, Editor greatly wrong scores of other helpless been pronounced dead by a physician, and Business Manager. Individuals nnd the community as a rose up In bed and shook hands with tho barber who was trimming his Entered according to law at the whole, taking advantage of rights FestoMice, Hartford, Ky., ai wall ctnses to be right. There is a vait hair. It the article had stated! that featter of the second class. difference botwecn exercising rights the dead fellow was a Hartford man and doing right. Somtlmcs it is all and while being shaded, "rose up and swatted tho barber In the mug with to wrong. Address all communications taking his fist it would havo been more easiWo would not advocate ffhe Hartford Republican. from any their Just rights, but what ly believed. we most need Is to find the right way KOTICK TO SUB8C1U11KRS The city of Sheboygan, WisconSubscribers desiring the paper sent to obtain, or rather to exercise our Vo a, new hddress must glTO the old rights. Organization of labor is as sin, has been forced to supply garaddress In making the request. essential to the welfare of the laborbage cans to Its citizens, With the Business Locals and Notices 10c ers, Individually and collectively, ns request that they use them Instead of line, and 8c per lUe for each is all true every word of the news that's the proper measure of preparedness the sewers for dumping their mash insertion. around about Firestone mileage recObituaries, Resolutions 4nd Cards Is to a nation, or the policing of a in, as so much of it constantly kept ords and the phenomenal sales that have tt Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for city against the crook and otherwise. sewers cluttered up. resulted. ach head lino and slgnautre, money lawless. There can be no argument the hi advance. Chances are you really haven't heard the EviTy dog mqy have his day, but Church Notices for services free, upon that question. When the big full story of the wonderful success of Fireper employer of labor or a big organizalc feat other advertisements, the cats out our way have the larger stone Cords. We'd like you to call and get word. tion of labor assumes and proceeds portion of most every night. the actual facts. That is one sure way to will Anonymous communications to exercise rights they deem to be Mcelve no attention. make your next tire purchase a logical busii thelr's, which squeezes the marrow The guy who gets up the morning ness buy. We'll explain the blending and and bone out of the remainder of the after, with a mlldcved", pumpkin-colore- d TELEPHONE tempering of rubber double populace they have gone entirly too E9 taste from tho tip of his cure special Firestone Fanners Mutual and the air-ba- g far. They war and battle across, to tongue to the second rib thought he processes. them, "No Man's Land" where, .in was having a nice time. the night beThe unusual mileage being made everywhere will AUGUST 18 PRIDAY, stir your ambition to reduce the operating costs of your fact the remainder of the population fore. own car. . dwell and must operate and move in A call on us entails no obligation. Get the records "We have been receiving for a long the warring factions' A neighbor of Albert Cox's told direct fire. divide the distances these Cords are covering by a lot of propaganda from the That's where' RIGHT surrenders and us that tho old man walked all the time Firestone prices. Then you'll be convinced that Most Miles per Dollar means what it ttrj. "Freedom for the Philippines" Pub- succumbs to RIGHTS. What we need way to Dukehurst just to ride to Drop in Any Time licity Bureau. What bothers most Is Is some method or system by which Dundee with I. D. Claire the' day he CORD FADRIC as to just what they wish to be freed right may bo mnde paramount to left here. Wo know however that Miles Oldficld V" . JOiJ 30JX RrcuUrSlte . tlt.45 rights. War of moderate magnitude, Cox got sorely disappointed for I. D. of. .. MAS sue M.3V Oldfi.ld "W . . S.M . M.15 against our Nation solidly united, C. forgot it and left it locked up in r.i' ' 30l3 MMX . 37.7B " 331 Wilson came near to would be but little more disconcert-t IDAS 3Q3X . 4&SJ our drawer at the office1. in Mis- ing and of fewer hardships than the . failure in fighting Vardaman sissippi for the Democratic nomina- one now being engaged in within our Tho shorter the skirts the more tion for U. S. Senator. He defeated borders by our citizenry,. the most shapely tho underplning. , the Wilson favorite, or rather lead marked difference perhaps being in hy only 1,500. No doubt certain pa- the actual loss of life. .The parties Ten days from today wo aro go pers of a certain political aspect will at variance have been unable to find ing to have a birthday. Those with epit'o the Vardaman-Stephen- s , point means by which these ugly scars and spare' presents etc., including tobacco, arid call' It another "black eye" disrupting cancerous sores may bs please remember the date, Aug. 2S. sode " GUM-DIPPE- D for Harding and his administration? blotted from our boasted civilization. Does the answer Uo this. side of We see a how a Louisville felWo have advocated! through these Washington? If not, then let it be low got bitten while canning rattlecolumns, during the past several snakes. This ought to be a warning awakened and cofri from the Nationmonths, the putting in effect the al Capitol. to can the business. marSaplro plan of the HARTFORD MOTOR CO. Hartford, Ky. handling keting association for the We notice that Doc Riley looks at BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. OLATON Beaver Dam, Ky. of the tobacco crop In this section the short' skirts as long as ever. J. F. CASEBIER & SON "We have strongly urged that all of Beaver Dam, Ky. . ,. our weea producers any lucuusuca Vnr,, ,pf. SatlIPd!lv fnr 1. D. Claire was here last week, with the organization under a fixed . Leltchf,eldi frora whlch p,ace bo w, agreeable to promise, but bad luck who resided In Hartford a few years CEItAIA'O Gld Heflln. of Williams Mines Imnression that it is for thoir :u- - leave Sunday, with his brother and was fast on our trail. Due to sick ago felt about a multiplicity In wives. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bart.e? acd ture good', their salvation, so to family, for Mena, Ark. They will ness of office force and ,a broken A discussion was up as to what a Mrs. L. P. Fulkerson and Mr. Hugh aunt, MrB. Jennie Phelps, of Tenn , plan, drive through, his brother having Hpeak. Under the promise of one whom we counted a wife could do for a man, when a citi.such as is in progress of construc- purchased a Ford and Dodge touring friend, and true, who was to accom- zen said to Jake: "I believe that ev- Everley and sister, Eleetn, spent Sun- aro visiting Mrs. Phelps' brother, Mr. day with Mr. and Mrs. George Case-bie- r, Robert Matthews. tion in the whole section producing car. pany us down the river tio our fa- ery man ought to have at least two of Paradise. Misses Mary, Ora and Cora Er!y the dark, typo of tobacco it Is almost Jake threw up both hands A boy baby was horn to Mr. and" vorite hunting grounds, as well ns wives." Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Claycomb, wore th'o guests of their cousins, Mr. certain"that a fair price will he re"Oh, Mlrv and little daughter Hazel Miles, of and Mrs. C. R. Mrs. Herbert Lynch, Saturday the 12. a few other miscarriages- Jin things with the exclamation Fulkerson, of Nelson, ceived for tobacco. Otherwise every R.'L. Armas, of Louisville, was In over which we lacked control, we Got, no, one am fer me!" Louisville, were the guests of rela- a few days last week. Individual1 witn any sort of'expcrlence ttfwn Friday Saturday, forced to remain in Itown and 'were and tives hero last week. Mr. L. B. Overhults, who got his and sensei qnough to ordinarily care Brother Bob Walker attended the Messrs. H. G. Daniel, R. L. Annes round about the shop most all of the School opened at this place Mon- hand laceratod In a saw-mil- l, and has himself knows that he may get for and C. B. Lyons were in Hartford week. We could, and would have Association In Beaver Dam, at the day, with Miss Marlissa Foster, teach- bojn in a hospital at Owcnsboro durcost of production plus a small profit Saturday. I sworn when wo dressed Monday noon hour, both days. Regular? er. ing the past ten days, returned Monto which he Is more than entitled, or Mr. Charlie Carden and Roacoe mdrnlng, July 31, by putting our We say he was. Miss Anna Wood Is the guest of day. he may be forced to take less, much Stone, of Hartfdrd, were among the left shoe on first and the right her sister, Mrs. R. A. Danks, of Mr. Clove Her, of Louisville, was less, than actual cost of production ' folks who attended the came untied twice1 before breakfast, . MclIENUY and attending tho association tho guest of his sister, Mrs. P. Jonus, The plain truth Is that past history Mesdames Llllie Craddock, Ollie at Beaver Dam. sale of the Qulsenberry mill here Fri- that bad luck was In store for us. Sunday, Hhows us that during more than one-ha- lf Still some incredulous, unenlightened Hammonds, Myrtle day. Smith, Anna' Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Heflln and chilMIsp Brown, of Nashville, Tenof the years tobacco growers dren spent a few days recently with nessee, is visiting her sister, Mrs. Tha mill property of R. W. Quls people say there's nothing in signs. Hughes and Miss Clara Ellis attendto let their crops go upon have had But no! not us. ed the Maccabeo Lodge at Hartford Mr. 'lleflln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Barnard. aucthe market at prices which actually enberry, which was sold at bought Thursday evening. proceeds tion here on last Friday, was meant starvation, had the Tom Sims says "Wouldn't we see Mrs. Jack Thorpe and Httlo son, j Mr. Louisville. of tobacco alone been depended upon by R. L. Armes, of some1 funny things if night came dur- Jack Jr., of Datroit, Mich, arrived operaWhy run this risk Armes will probably have H In for subslstance. ing the daytime." Good Lord, Man! Sunday, to visit with friends and now when hope for fair remuneration tion in the next two weeks. M. C. Stono returned Thursday what if day should suddenly come up- relatives at this place. through sysfor your toll is offered on a lot of us in tho nlghMlme? Tho B. Y. P. U. went on a picnic tematical and business methods for from a ten days' visit in Indianapolis, to High View Sunday. All. reported marketing the tobacco Ind. handling and Now Charlie Faught and J. C. Dugan, guess then, Mr I. D. Claire, We a plersant time. crop as a whole? The plan has long after you have read the letter Misses Lillian Tichenor and Mary experimental stage who have been working at Deanfield, since passed tho of our old friend Doc Williams you Ashby went to Rockport Tuesday and Is upon solid ground, not only came home Saturday. Miss Clara Ellis Is spending her Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McDanlel spent will raise no further question about in the hurley district of this State, that thing us and Doc PIrtle saw vacation with her motheV, Mrs. Mol-ll- e Sunday with J. C. Dugan, Route 1. Ohio and Indiana, hut in many on Grassy last fall. Ellis, of No Creek. We mean that Miss Edna McDaniel Is visiting her of the Union. In Calfornia, strange light that dark, rainy night. Mrs. A. T. Ross and children, of Ellzabeth-towmarketing, aunt, Mrs. Kate Bond In the home of Please note what the Doc says about Georgetown, are guests of Mrs. Ross this week. to the fruit growers, tho melon proof Grassy spring water, parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Brown. Miss Pauline Whitley returned the effect ducers, in fact ull agriculturists. th3 you incredulous old bird you. Mr. B S. Ding of China, a studnt Monday from an extended visit with same sort of organization as advocatat Georgetown college, gave a very ed here and now, has gotten to bo an friends In Elizabethtown. Viscount Nbrthcllffe, who recently interesting lecture hero Monday Mrs. John Allen, of Beaver Dam, old thing and accepted by almos evpassed away in England, was the night. erybody as a matter of fact and a per- visited her brother, Rev, W. E. Halle, publisher of 60 newspapers. Wo aro Mr. Harold Attmlre of Carrier manent fixture. At this writing we Monday. by Northcliffe as a certain Hebrew Mills, 111., is visiting relatives here. Mr. Will Jamison, of Dyersburg, have no authentic and direct Information as to proportion1 of the tobac- Tenn., was In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers spent co growers who have signed the CoThe 1923 Buick "45" has taken tho country by storm. operative contracts, but trust "and be- Sunday in tho Falrview neighborhood r"Ch" th h,Bhe" of Hartford - of vS" Mr. Roscoe Stone, a,euihed. "" lieve that most all of them will do no. We may, be biased by our desire stripped tho driving gear of his Max Stand off and note the snappy lineo, the higher full in the matter, based upon what we well car, 2 miles north of town Fricrown fenders, sturdy artillery wheels, drum-tyh.Sind cowl day. (Mr. Marion Patterson hauled honestly deem bqst in the premises, lamps, the low khaki-lin.top. Then sit In the car. Her", com-fo- rt equalled only in the costliest automobiles. hut for the life ofi us, we fall to see tho car in and on the way tbo mules The upholstery and trimmings are of the finest wherein good and sound reasons are and the car got tangled up, the mules -- to bo advanced for, failure of any kicking out the lights and windshield, w"h ibr1 fi,n5!r8 end' ,harichly finished In"? umente! cowl wntltatw .onttol and ' fM tobacco grower to ally himself with but came out unscratcbed them wiper aro easy reach. , body 'of producers and' sellers. selves. , this Test tho nw rear cantilever springs -- yoo will be Mr. Fred Baize, of Beaver Dam, amazed at the. JSvery roan ought to bo a part and difference In riding comfort. Lock the handy and know that this feature, with others, gives transmission control parcel of the whole. Workers aro was In town Tuesday, Dulck a low Ur by Insurance underwriters. Even the famous Buick Several members pf the religious uut, make the matter a quick success Head, motor shows Important ch.nCe. higher cv Play The Inder btocLT by being ready to sign a contract and sect commonly called by "Webbltes", are In our comassist In getting your neighbor to Utica-Owensbo-ro munity, preparing sleeping and cookgo and da likewise. The Buick Line for 1023 comprises ing quarters for their annual convenfourteen viodelt: towi-- f! Vaii. Roaiiltt. t865; A Pn.. r....... Tho .apparent, or near tion, to be held here Sept. 1, 2 and'3. 3 Pa,,. Coupe. $1175; 5 And the' Fast hdan $1395;', settlement of some of the strikes Their convention has been held at Touring Sedan, 913S5; SUe,- -C ft,.,.' lioadU.r, 5 Pa.' ' .agitating and disrupting the busi- this placo the past 2 years and has iim- really does not been largely attended, the I. C. R. R ness of .tho Nation YolKV. TouHno. oettle anything. It means nothing' popping all passenger trains to re siujiru. , ii ruirr irAn.r.i. .r..w 910e5; Sport Touring, $1075. but a lull in conditions. Under our colvo and' discharge passengers at a Pricuf. o. I. iiil lorm of agreements and disagree- - point one mjle south of town, where Both games will be staged meats, it will always be thus. One their tents are spread. Riverside Park. Hart....... .. , tilde refuses to work and points to ford has added new men to its roster, materially ucjjui ou.-- i. juiunill HUB III UUi ouciui v its rights1' in defense of Its actions, city, Monday. strengthening the outfit. These games ought to be Mrs. Luo Faught went tp Hartford tho othr rejects the worker and his nuinmers. same time blandly Monday. terms and at the HARTFORD, KY. piers' tVli'rlghls In Justification of Mr. W. B.i McDaniel and Charlie Games Start at 3 P. M. ADMISSION 25c his cotirse. Like the blind men and Ray Daniel are--t attending tbo Bap- Whia better autoaaobtW are built. Bufclc wiU build thsm 3ht elephant, both are right and as tls( Association at Beaver Dam, 'The Hartford Republican JKsHHHk -IT GetYour Share of Extra Mileage al ... ... MlfMlsMtellf gum-dippi- ng Most per Dollar ... ... Tinstone Sold by CORDS ........ ' snake-preservi- n. ... out-of-to- ... ... rZI P"lp. yd? ns n, ... The Finest Model "45" Buick Ever Built d BASE BALL SetttjiiTcleiy, --u.grui.t lOtlrx fc?."n Lim '' 'PP' " HARTFORD .Fill rs - Team I... ..,. Owensboro Dodgers at Ilia "S.'sZ' V?17 '' .,u,r, -- .,..i, 1 ACTON BROTHERS tf J UltfWrf -- hJ, I Fall Arrivals! Our advance fall styles .in Ladies', C, oat Suits, Cloaks and Dresses are in our house ready, for your inspection. To say they are pretty is putting it mildly. They are beautiful in style and excellent, in qualities and mucji lower in price. If you are interested in an early buy, you should not fail to see our line. . ' Mr. Arthur D. Busklll, of Mrs. Anna J. Dennett nnd llttlo Texas, spent a few days this son, Charles Ross, city, wero In week In this city, the guest of Mr. Louisville Friday of Inst' week. and Mrs. R. II, and W. II. Gillespie. Mr nnd Mrs. Jnmes Dalzo, of Route Mr, Alney Tlchenor and tyjn, Pow 1. McHenry. aro the parents of a baby boy, born early Wednesday mornlngAJ ell, of Central Grove, Missca Marga ret Williamson, Centertown and Ame Miss Daisy Wedding, of Indlnhapo-ll- s, lia I'irtlo, city, spent Saturday and Ind Is tho guest of her father, Sunday In Owensboro. Judgo R. R. Wedding nnd Mrs. Wed' Mr. and Mrs. Norvll ding, city, P. Brown, and daughter, Miss Ollvo, of Now O. Ilarnnrd and family, of Dundee, Castle, Ind., who have been visiting motored to Bremen Saturday, where relatives In McHenry for tho past they visited friends, returning Sun- iwo weeks, will return to their home ' ' next week. day evening. Coat Suits Dresses . Coats $15.00 to $35 $ 7.50 to $30 $ 5.00 to $35 i These come in all the new fall shades as well as the latest in fabrics. Llttlo Miss Marlon and Master Mrs. Lydla Daniel, of the Bethel Country, has been the guest of her James Burns, of Owensboro, who city, liave been the guests of their uncle, sister, Mrs. Cornolia Tntum, Mr. 0. T. Burns and Mrs, Burns, city, since Monday. since last Sunday, will return home Mrs. Newton J. Baxter, of Griffin, Sunday. Ga., Is tho guest of her parents, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Heavrln and and Mrs. Anthony Robertson, of the Heflln- country. children, Mary Lee and Tommle, of OwenBboro, were guests of Mr. Heav-rin- 's Mr. nnd Mrs. R. S. Rives, Mrs. brother, Mr. Cecil H. Heavrln, Ruby Guffy and Mr. Kent Kahn, of .and Mrs. Heavrln, city, Friday of Morgantown, wero in Hartford, Fri- laBt week. day of last wfek. Miss Sarah Leo Hudson, of Misses Elizabeth Ware and Florguest of Miss was the week-en- d ence Lee, of Owensboro, are guests Mary Ike Mason,, city. She was acof Miss Leo's aunt, Mrs. B. S; Elljs, companied home Sunday afternoon and Mr. Ellis, city. by Miss Mason, who remained until Wednesday. Mrs. Ed Austin, of Sumner Nebr., Is visiting friends and: relatives in' Mrs. Hallle Cook and Mrs. J. C. tho BeavorDam cummunity and other Riley, accompanied. Mrs. Cook's son, points In Ohio County. Clifton, to Owensboro Wednesday,- whero ho. underwent an operation Mr, and Mrs. Blanton Ellis, city, for the romoval of his tonsils, at the are tho proud parents of an eight-poun- d city hospital. baby girl, born Monday, and christened Virginia Bradford. Miss Bessie Clark, who for the past several weeks has be6n attendlittle ing a business school In Louisville, Miss Llzzlo MlDer, and nephow, Joseph Sidney Miller, of Cen- will arrive in this city, tomorrow, to tral City, are guests of Miss Miller's spend several days with her father, mother, Mrs. Jennie Miller, city. Mr. W. A. Clark. Bu-for- d, WE ARE NOW SHOWING Newest Autumn Tailored Modes in .Ladles' ,and Misses' coats by and suits developed in indivlual 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 ays-good navy blue tricotine is leading. We cordially Invite you to visit us. , alw- i August 23 to 26, cool shady grounds, Admission, 50c. and Mrs. Dudley 'Tlchenor, of Horse lqts of amusement. Children 8 to 14 25c; under 8, frets. Branch, spent Thursday of last week in Hartford, tho guests of Mrs. A number from this city attended Anna J. Bennett. the Ohio County Missionary Baptist association, which was In selon at Mr. Cecil H- - Heavrln, city, has' reBeaver Dam, Wednesday and ceived word that his brother, Mr. of Owensboro', Percy G. Heavrln, went to Louisville Wednesday, where Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Baughn,.Mrs. he underwent an operation in a hosJ. H. Coppage and) little son, James pital, at that place. Hardin, of Canalou, Mo., "are visiting friends and relatives. In Ohio Mr. Perry Brown and family, of county. Centertown, Mrs. Altha Hensley, of Cerajvo, and Mrs. Mary Roung, of those who at Look for tho tan awning with the Caneyvllle, word "HEG'S" when you are looking tended the funeral and burial of place to get your Mr. 'Sam Bennett, of tho Narrows for an cold drinks, hot lunches, Ice cream, country. Thursady of last week. candy etc. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Bishop and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Carson, city, son, David, motored to LaGrange, left last week, for Ingersoll, Canada, Ky., last Friday, where they were where they will spend several weeks, guests of Mrs. Bishop's sister, Mrs. the guests of "Mrs. Carson's nunt, Miss Will .Mashon.- - Mr. Bishop andl David j returned home Monday, leaving Mrs. Jennio Logan. Bishop for a more extended visit. Mr. and Mrs. DoWltt Martin and. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Wilson, of Pon-tla- c, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hoover of the Miss, who have been visiting relRough River Locks country, wero in Hartford Tuesday in attendance of atives In this city for some time, will leave within tho next .few days for County Court- Christine, 111., where they will spend Beulah Moore, who has been a few days as guests of Mrs. Wilson's Miss attending school at tho Western State brother, Mr. Robert Bennett, nnd Normal. Bowline Green, for the past family. several weeks, will return to her Mr. and Mrs. Clarence R. Field, home hero, today. of New Orleans, tho former holding Mr. and Mrs. Guy Statler, of Nash a responsible position with the Southville, Tonn., are expected to arrive ern Pacific Railway Co., arrived in in Hartford in a few dlays, to bo tho Hartford Wednesday, to spend the guests of Miss Mamlo Bennett and week with Mr. Field's aunt, Miss Mary Rowe, and other friends and Mrs. Charlotte Taylor. wcrs-amonte TnE ROCKTORT, IND., FAIR Mr.' and Mrs. Roscoo Plrtle and son, Miller, of Vino Grove, and Mr. I&nb&Gb The Hartford Republic FRIDAY, AUGUST 18 I Carson HIGH STANDARDS ($L Co. WIDE EXPERD3NCF Hartford, Kentucky. m fi, Cures Malaria, Chills, Fev er ISllious Fever, Colds and LnGrlppc. 50t20t EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cU. At The Best Stands. SMOKE Mrs. Tom Daker and Mrs. Claud Baker, of McHcnry, are guests of Mrs. Anna J. Bennett, city. Mr. Buol MIdklff, Hartford Route was a caller at this offico wbllo In town Inst Saturday. Mlts Violet Lonoy of tho Midway country, Is spending the present week with relatives in Beavor Dam. The National Wants You TO PROFIT BY THE EXPERIENCE OF MASTERS TEAHEKS who are familiar with the solution of your problem; who have trained of young men and young women for success in business; who ore ready now to suviso you, and plan a Business Course for your purpose in our hiu-dre- ds DAY OR EVENING fjCHOOL BE A BOOKKEEPER ($65 to $200 per Month.) OUR COURSE ,"Bookkoeping by 'Actual Business' from start to finish" Single Entry and Double Entry, Retailing, Wholesaling, Partnership, Corporation, Banking, Manufacturing, Office Management, Business .Practice. Business Penmanship, Business English, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid Calculation, Business Spelling, Punctuation, 'Correspondence, Commercial Law. ' Commerce and Industry, Salesmanship and Economics. Cora-missi' PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS! C, Little Miss Mary Loulso Helton, of Sunnydale, spent the weok-on- d Ohio County Fair, Hartford, Ky with llttlo Miss Ruby Gordon Wester-field- i, 8t4 city; 1022. Sept. i Mc-Hen- v k IT Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Faught of Mr. Ben Peters, of Centertown, Routo 1, wero appreciated was a caller at this offlco while In visitors at this office Wednesday of town, Tuesday. this week. ' Mr.Harve .Sheffield has purcbas- - , Mrs. John 1). Wilson and son, Levi, ' . will go ,to Hawesvllle tomorrow, to Motor Co.i city, i spend a fo'w days na guest of rela- ;.v Miss .Kennedy Collins returned tives of Mrs. 'Wilson. "Wednesday from a few days stay at Mrs. T. L. Griffin has returned to Dawson Springs. spending sevher homo hero-nftoMr. Arthur Leach left Tuesday" eral days in. Brandtenburg and vicini rooming for Herrln, 111., where ho ty, the guest of relatives. has employment. Go to HEG'S for hot lunches, cold cream, cigars, candy and Brown, of McHenry, drinks, ico Mr. 'P. M. anything elso that can bo obtained ,and..son Norvll P. Brown, of, New restaurant. in an Castle, Ind., wero in Hartford , r ' to BECOME AN ACCOUNTANT ($200 to $500 per Month.) Personal Instruction in Constructiva Accounting, Auditing. Income'Txr Laws and Procedure, Cost Accounting, Credits, Business Administration. Corporation Accounting, F3rm Accounting, Advertising, Experting, C. P. A. Problems and Economic Science. THE "NATIONAL COURSE OP ACCOUNTANCY" relatives. Mrs. Hattlo Fulkereon returned to her hom,e Jn Kronoa Wednesday, Mr, and Mrs. W. A, Parks and son, after spending several days with ber ',Bavid, of McHenry,,. were guests, qf sister, MrsVHulda Casebter. Mr. and Mrs. George Pi Jonea,'city, , , .Sunday. spent Mist? Mlnblo l)encun, who several, dayi in tiiia city, the guest of '," Misses MVte J.!sr Luclle and Mre. R( .Pi Kirk, returned to her phala Mllllgan, or Owensboro, .are home in Bvansvlllo, Ind., Saturday. guests of frUtotlB and relathe io Miss Myrtlo Goodin returned to her this city. ' ,vt ' '" ' home in Charleston, Mo., yesterday, Mr. and, Mrs. John P. Taylor and after a thrtMj weeks'., vlblt with her little daughter, Esther, city, spent a grandparents, Capt. and Mrs. 8. K. . "i"'' few d.4yi "jBt 'wek ,n Lexington and Cox., Louisville. Misses Mildred Stevenson and Annacity, will leave today for go to HEG'S bel-King, For quick service Henderson, where thoy will spend clean, sanitary and week-en- d with Mies Florence rant for hot lunches, cold drinks, ico tho Nelson. cream, etc. E-u" 'II' . te ?, -. ' - Moorls arid little ilrs. W. E. 'Ellis, Vho fa In Union treatment of a daughter, Ina Mae, have returned to City, Tenn., under -, Bpeclallst, is the 'guest of her brdtb- their homo near town, atterja several Mrs. Riley, days' vfstt with frlonds and. relatives er; Mr. Wallace Riley, and; "f ' ' Jl ' .In Kunnnvlllmlnd.lV; while there. ' Mrs. Feego . Mr. nnd Mrs. W. L. White, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tlchenor, accompanied Mrs. Hallle White, and llttlo son, Mervel, of Terre Haute, Ind., motored by Mr. Tlchenor, her parents, Mr. and to Sunnydale, Sunday, to spend sev Mrs.' J. W. Wilson, brother, Goebel, sister, Miss Winnie, Dr. J. W. Taylor eral days as guest of relatives. , and Mrs, C. E. Smith, olty, went to Mrs. L. P. Turner has returned to Owensboro Tuesday, whefe she is her homo here, after spending sev- under treatment with a possible operal days In the Buford community, eration impending. the guest of her sons, Messrs. Oscar Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln returnand Homer Turner and families. ed Saturday night from a trip to Miss Folosla Daniel, of Louisville, Troy, .Dayton and Cincinnati, Ohio, who for the past several days has and Louisville, where Mr. Heavrln been visiting relatives In .the Olaton had legal business. Ho was also In country, Is now visiting her cousin, a hospital at Cincinnati for two days, Mrs. W. H. Gillespie, and family, city. where he underwent an operation for an affection of an eye. Misses Annotta Gillespie, city and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. I. Brown and Bessie Billesple, Louisville, the latter who Is visiting relatives In this city, family, of Sulphur Springs, Texas, home Monday, spent the week-en- d in Rockport, the left , for their guests of their aunt, Mrs. Nettle Roid. after having spent two weeks visiting Mr. Brown's sister, Mrs. L. T. Mr. and .Mrs. J. C. Ilor and chil- Barnard and Mr. Barnard, of the of Central Qrovo country, and other dren', J. C. Jr., andk Norman, Louisville, attended the funeral and relatives in the Taylortown comburial of Mrs. Ilor'a aunt, Mrs. J. munity and In Greenville. W. Taylor, which took placo Mon Word has been received in this . day. city of the death of Mrs. Nobla Mr. and Mrs, I. D. Bean and little Craig, of Graham, which occurred daughter, Alice Paxton, of Louisville1,' Tuesday afternoon at 5:30. Before arrived In this clty'Saturday night to her marriage she was Mips and frequently visited Mr. Charattend'tho funeral and, burial. of Mrs. Bean's aunt, Mrs. J. W. Taylor, which lie Leach and family, .Jn- this city. took place Monday. They also visit- Death resulted from blood poisoning, following childbirth", 24 hours ed relatives a tew days before '' previous thereto, V home. 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GOOD'FACUilTIKS ( FARM DEPARTMENT. f a Crittenden In tbo Uist three months the average, lyxn&n Threlkold, county fiirmer Hying near Sheridan, price per cubic yard for the wholo this year Increased, the yield of wheat . United States was 33 cents In April, on his farm at the Tate of 12.5 bush- - ' 32 cents In May, and 34 cents In els an acre by using limestone and June. Tho cost of other Items entering The Hartford Republican has made a special acid phosphate, he has reported to Hountv Acent J. n. Spencer. A 10- - Into road work also shows a genoral clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial acre field that had been treated by tendency toward stabilization, altho Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one this method yielded a total of 200 many cases not as marked as that for year for the low price of bushels of grain whereas It had nev- earth-worer yielded more than 75 bushels Tuberculin Test Total Quarter Million in June. John McCoy, a Grayson county Cattle officially tested during June farmer living near Shrowsberry, who 1922, for tuberculosis numbered cooperated with the College of Agriaccording to a summary isThe Commercail Appeal is one of the largest culture extension division and Coun- sued by the Bureau of Animal Industy Agent n. W. Scearco In conducting try. United Spates Department of and best papers in the South and we hope to receive has succeeded in showing farmers in Agriculture. This figure exceeds many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and a spray demonstration on his orchard, the normal amount of tuberculin testseventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in that section of the State the value of ing by several thousand. Of all tho county agents In various parts of the controlling fruit diseases and insects, cattle tested 8,810 reacted, thus disDOCTOR'S FEES IN COURT your subscription now. Don't delay. says. Tho closing about 3 per cent of tuborcu- - country show that the "Better Sires County Agent Scearce Better Stock" movement Is having peaches sold from one tree more than Ious cattle. It has always been in question as a noticeable effect. A recent state paid for the cost of all spray maThe removal of such animals from ment by M. G. Lewis, county agent to how much n doctor should charge terials used In treating the entire or- herds otherwise healthy is gradually and the fact that the charge varies of Rockbridge' County, Va Is typical chard of more than 100 trees. with patients rather than with serbringing about better health among of a large number. der. Tho air supplied to the flro Is Trr"rriTirninnimt vices has frequently been criticized. preheated, farm live stock, safer milk supplies, and the exhaust steam inbull movement." "The pure-bre- d A total of 104 Oldham county and many economic benefits. Tho Tho matter was rccently'thrcshed out stead of being discharged from th? says "Is progressing rapidin a London court where a wealthy farmers are enrolled in the "Better popularity of tuberculosis eradication ly. Mr. Lewis, stack Is led to n condenser on tho tenSince January 1, 16 farmers have patient alleged Sine-BettStock" campaign being Is evidenced by the length of tho list that n doctor's der; as tho water is used, over and disposed of grade or scrub bulls and conducted throughout Kentucky by of herds waiting to bo tested. At tho charges were unreasonable. Ho cited over very little scale in the using registered bulls Instead. On among other things that tho doctor boiler.it forms the College of Agriculture extension end of June there were applications are no less than division', County Agent Gordon B. on file for the testing of 35,239 the other hand, there are prescharged $75 for merely being In the county who still per Succeed vnen everything etsc fails. Nance says. They have agreed to herds, containing more than half a 50 men ent at an operation In which h 5 took MOONSHINE CLOGS SEWERS In nervous and female in holding out against the prosist nothing but purebred sires in million. use no part. Tae Judge In ruling admit.vealenesse they ore the Rnrn.-m-r gress and development of the liveremedy, w thousands have testified. all their breeding work. ted that there was no standard to go .It is reported that a good-size- d stock Interests of the county by keep- by In fixing FOR KSUNGY, LIVER AND fees nnd could bo none grain crop is sprouting in the sewers Combating Chinch Bugs Shown in ing Inferior grade or scrub bulls. I Mnca most doc or treat poor pjtUits STOMACH TROUBLE Plans are being made to Interest Window Display. of Sheboygan, Wis., as the result of have a list of 56 ownersot such bulls. it is the ie&t medietas ever sold county farmers in1 dairymore Allen In Morgan County, Ind., the agri- Somo of these men havo grades that for nothing, or rimcst nothing He throwing moonshine mash In the over c drugu 's counter. ing; County Agent A. M. Allen says, cultural "agent demonstrated by a popular doc- drains. the The city engineers Issued while are fairly gpod Individuals, the movement recently attended four window display the method of com'eel of ke?rl:i; up a consideipb.e the following general order: "When worst tors More than 200 persons Interested in bating chinch bugs. ' A box 3 feet others have scrubs that are the establishment and a good soda, you get through manufacturing a disgrace to the community meetings held in connection with it. long and 2 feet wide, and about 2 kind of a and, in he accert'i'l the batch of moonshine, throw the and to the county. The county is especially adapted to Inches deep was filled with sand, theory that a doc or may get all ht-- wasto Into your garbage' cans. Do "Tho cost of a good registered hull can dairying, Mr. Allen says. out of rich pa, tents to m.iki ud tjot let the sewers become recepta- some small corn plants being set out Is so small now that It Is a mystery at one end and some wheat stubble why any farmer' will keep anything for free service to tho poor. The Mne nc thn nlnno lnf?ifil- ' A survey Just completed in Henry and timothy at the other. A coal- '.cq'Eion, however, wa.-- a compromise. and this causta useless expense." County, Iowa, by the State extension tar barrier was placed around the else. Many records have been kept What the' doctor was allowed to colprove uervlge shows that of the eight ori- edges of the box and chinch bugs during the last few years to lect was n'j.ut 1. 'way b? vc'ii out the actual value of a pure-bre- d ginal members of the lamb club In wore placed int the" wheat stubble. what he' charged and what the paFOR uvr.iPHc Dissolved in water for douchei itopr 1916 seven are now farming and five Part of the corn patch was protected bull in dollars and' cents." tient was ivi"..:ng 'o pay. Ohio County Some of these actual figures were pclric catarrh, ulceration nnd ioflam-pst'oraising purebred ewes, one of which by a coal-ta- r barrier. dbtalnedVecently by the Department Recommended Ly Lydia C. won the grand championship !in the MARSHALL SUGGESTS The exhibit was set upon ThursFinkham Med. Co. for ten years. open class at the State fair lastfall. day and displayed until Saturday of Agriculture through an Inquiry STRIKE CURE A healing wonder for catarrh, more than 500 farmers CIRCUIT COURT tore throat and tore eye niil Economical. night. The barrier line was renew- - ssnt out to , United States. These pnwrr, Meets first Monday In March, May I 'en..-."- . c with ed twice a day. By Saturday morn- - throughout the Extension agents working If the American people' could see in rr.d by I ThPilooTlrtCiniiy.niou.Klt. conditions in Europe at first hand and July: third Monday in September larm women in 1921 gave 11,000 ng the corn thai th chinch bugs men gave It as their opinion that demonstrations in home management had been allowed to reach was com- - all kinds of farm stock pure breds as he has there would bo no more and fourth Monday in November: power more than strikes or industrial disturbances In U(KP George S. Wilson, Owenshoro, and arrangement. Results from these pletely wilted, while the protected have an earning Glover H. Cary, Com'th. Attorney reported to the Unit- - corn was still in perfect condition, 40 per cent better than common America, according to former demonstrations In the Calhoun. ed States Department of Agriculture Through this display several" tnous-lnclud- stock. It is noteworthy thai Thomas R. Marshall, who produc12,500 homes built or re- -, and people were shown what chinch case of dairy cattle, whose has Just returned from a tour abroad. Clerk Frank Black. tive power can be easily measured, He Is of the opinion that European Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. modeled according to demonstration bugs are and how they affect corn. suggestions, 7,000 kitchens rearrang- Two other exhibits of this kind were pure breds were considered to be 47.8 nations will not be able to do business Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. ed, 65,000 homes screened and 5,000 put up in different section of the per cent better than common cows. until they let England and the United COUNTY' COUIIT The lowest percentage given for any States put their financ's on a sound and county. water systems, 4,000 septic-tankConvenes first Monday in each kind of stock was 36.8 per cent. 7,000 lighting systems installed. basis. "You can't expect anyone to month: do business In a country where a dolDisguising Joint and Crack Fillers in A Judge It. It. Wedding. '" A boya pork club, organized three Concrete Roads. lar is worth 330 marks today and County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. years ago in Niobrara County, Wyo., Unsightly black lines, sometimes 550 tomorrow," ho declared. The FOR FLETCHER'S Clerk Guy Ranney. announced upaccording to reports received by the jagged and Irregular, which mar the former IIIII HI r Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: on his return from Europe that he United States Department of Agricul- appearance of practically all concrete Mack Cook, Iris Itonder, George 4 was out of politics for good. He ture, has accomplished the following: roads and which are due to the natuFLAPPERS NOT WANTED P. Jones. Polaral color of materials used to fill wanted at least to have enough monIntroduced nearly 200 pure-bre- d 1 H Jailer Nat Hudson. A Stfe'OIJ FasMoBe. nd-China pigs ipto the county, In- Joints and cracks, will be avoided by Auhoritles at Swarthmore college, ey to buy sdmo false teeth when he QUARTERLY COURT Keaedy for Worn cluding one of the best boars in the the use of a material for the purpose Swarthmore, Pa., do not consider tho needed them, he said Jocosely. Seven Convenes first Monday in each month. 'State; helped organize a county ptire- - developed in the laboratories of the abbreviated dress of the flapper apia tlabeitteiti. association; BACK TO WAIt BREAD Bureau of Public Roads, United propriate apparel for the dignified bred Poland-Chin- a FISCAL COURT moni.l FKEY'S VERMIFUGE a county (Standard for pure- States Department of Agriculture, if pursuit of higher education. offer you. can Girls Keep a bottle always on Convenes Tuesday after first MonOwing to the short wheat crop this and contributed tests by actual use prove as success- must cease to bo flappers or attend bred Poland-Chinahand. It will help keep first Tuesday in materially to the success of. com- ful as expected. This material has rnllpr-- plcnwliprft. Thn nnalHnn nf year the government has decreod that day in January; the little onea healthy munity, county, and State fairs thru the some color as concrete, and when tne conege on the "flapper question" white bread must give way and the April and October, R. R. Wedding and happy. 30cbott)etyourdrut(it'or , Its exhibits and its interest in stock used to fill cracks and Joints the,i ia ammn'i1 nn In this spntpnee form a whole wheat loaf bo used after Sept. County Judge, presiding. -" (tnersl ttore; or il your dealer judging. cn'tupplyyou,endhitnama surface hasithe appearance of a con- letter sent to prospective students: 1. It Is estimated that the present 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford a juc in lmn, coil we tinuous and unbroken slab to the "Wo hope- - especially that tho mothers crop is 30 pdr cent less than last 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center eoa you bottlo promptly, town. i E. S. FRET. casual observer. Scrubs Brink HO Years of Regret. BJfaert, Ui, girls will agree with us that ex- year's, which, however, was an exof our e No particular advantage over other tremes or eccentrlcltes in style of ceptional crop. The government re- 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons "If I had started with a few pureFords-vlll- e. bred cows 30 years ago I would have good materials is claimed for the dress nnd coiffure are not indicative cently, yielded to tho plea of bakers 4th District J. R. Murnhy, Aoraetbing that I would ba proud of preparation other than its color, and of tho good taste which college and allowed tho price of bread to be nth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hartnow rather than a lot of nondescript it is probable that the cost will bo women should preserve." Never- raised ono cent per kilogram. ford. R. F. D. No. 4. WILL was made to somewhat higher but not prohibitive. theless some of the Swarthmore girls animals." This remarkCth District Mack Martin, Narrows, ESKIMOS TAKE TO HOOTCH. For several weeks a section of road wo havo seen are gsnulno flappers. a representative of the United States TAKE R. F. D .No? 2. Department of Agriculture by a live- with expansion Joints filled with this O-J. Walter Taylor, B.a-vo- r Reports have been received that 7th District stock owner 75 years old. tfhat even material has been under observation, SHERIFF'S SLAYER, Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. tho Eskimos across Bering straif from age is not too late to make a and the results are entirely satisfacthi OTHERS, ESCAPE Alaska, along the Gulf of Anadyr, beginning Is shown by tho fact that tory, but a longer test will be necesBOARD OF EDUCATION A Treatment havo become thoroughly demoralized pure-bre- d sires, sary before it can be recommended lie Is a believer In Chattanooga, Tenn., Aug. Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason XSaflBKLVVi TO? for WEAR through making and drinking great nnd his herd, though not pure Ijred, for general use. prisoners, nil said to be desperConvenes Flrtt Monday in every The mixture consists of approxi ate men, and Including Luther Burin, and while tho older natives spend month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C , contains tome grade Holstein cows. LUNGS OF quantities of nlcohol. Largo nummately 12 parts rosin, 1 part crude who killed Sheriff J. L. Smith, of Secretary-Treasurer. andex-offici- o CONSUMPTION Keen Interest in Poultry rubber, with sufficient barium sul- Bradley- - County, a few months ago, bers of distilleries have been built, It. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, Many requests for information on phate to give the desired color. In escaped from tho Hamilton County their time in drinking, fighting and R. F. D. No. 6. poultry raising, averaged botween 50 preparation the rubber is dissolved Jail somo time today and aro still killing each other many women and W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- A quick relief or thai tired, rundown recline, couebt, palm in chert, nlcbt iweala. have perished for lack of children and 75 letters a day since early in the in gasoline, and the rosin is then at large. weak lungi or coniuraptlon. II it doet ford, R. F. D. No. 3. food nnd medical attention. help yoa It costa you nolbicj. year1 Is reported by the Bureau of mixed in with an application of heat, Besides Borln, the fugitives are c Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1 Mt Animal Industry, United State9 De- the coloring material being added a's Arthur Henley, serving a term for Lock box eto OHIO MEDICAL CO, Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. POLISH PAPER 4(1 MARKS COLUMBUS a. partment of Agriculture. In addi- required. An.v desired consistency felonious assault; Ira HenUy, conClaud Renfrow, Dundee. tion the supply of poultry literature can bo obtained by varying the pro- victed of highway robbery , and J. H. A man buying a Polish newspaper Evainlnatlons. distributed by the Division of Publi- portions. A material with remarka- Rouch, held for forgery. must hand tho newsboy 40 marks. For Common School Dlplomiis cations has surpassed the records of ble adhesive properties Is produced Sheriff's officers believe the pris- Yot ho Is not paying high for his paFourth Friday and Saturday in Janall previous years. and which can be-- heated so that it oners walked out with parties of vis- per when it is realized that 40 marks uary, and Second Friday and Satur on will jTCiw into the cracks and Joints. itors, this being visiting day at the The department's literature aro worth only a cent. The paper day in May. To be held n Fords-vlllpoultry raising is unusually complete, Jail and several denominations hold- costs Just 800 times as much as beBeaver Dam and Hartford. ranging from discussions of tho prin- Very Low Temperatures Kill Gipsy ing religious services In the institufore' the war. In sp(to of the depreFor Teachers' Certificates Third cipal breeds of poultry to manage- Moth Eggs. tion. It is the theory of Sheriff Bush ciated currency Poland has been busy Friday and Saturday in May, June Investigations carrjed on by the that clothing had been smuggled to rebuilding, ment, housing, incubation, brooding, and has restored 50 per and September. Except notice is and culling. The department's pou- United States Department of Agri- the men along with the saws' with cent of the ravages of war. The state given to the contrary tho latter ex, ltry publications include more than culture relative to tho effect of ex- which they escaped from their cells has aided in the reconstruction work, aminations will be held In Hartford. .30 bulletins for general distribution tremely low temperatures on gipsy-mot- h by tawing thru a steel plate. giving great quantities or building 4 eggs have shown that when the OTHER OFFICERS and many others of technical characmaterial. ter on special phases of poultry work. thermometer registers from 30 de- FIRST AMERICAN Tux Commissioner R. F. Keown, grees F. to 25 degrees F. the eggs do Peelirfcht all tho tlmr TWf to m Fordsville. AERfAL STOWAWAY TURBINE LOCOMOTIVE USED Costs Reach Stable Ita- - not hatch unloss they are protected Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville from work for days by taking calomel On the state railroad out of Stock- J when pleasant keeps yo by snow or ice. Many localities that hlt., Reports Show. After tho flying uuiiu a tuiujuu iuluuiuiivv ui entire Representative Ira Jones, White en your feet, whilo relieving your troui "The cost of grading for highway have these temperatures regularly cruiser wolverine reacnea Cleveland ly new design Is being used arid has nun. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Doift tako anything else. You can't afiforj construction apparently has reached have not been Infested. Malno and on its daily flight from Detroit the been pronouhted a distinct improveHARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By a stable condition, according to sta- New Hampshire, except on tbo pilot discovered that tho inside of ment over the regular type. The Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constipation.., A nit. greatest benefit tho hull was occupied by Mike Stone. main advantago Is in the reduction of Mayor W. O. Blankenship. Bureau of Public Roads recolvo the tistics of tho jiral remedy, natural in Itsactions, aur h duo to extrome cold. Stone said that he crawled into tho fuel consumption, which figured on Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. of tho United States Department of from in its effect and certain in result. ' It won't be long before ytin Agriculture. The average- - cost per Central and northern Massachusetts compartment when it was anchored gross was estimated at 62 ROOKPOUT completely displace calomel in every also derive considerable benefit in at Detroit because he wanted n qulot pit com. jne unving maenmery cubic yard for grading on Federal-ai- d Robert L. Green, Judge. home... Children can take it freely anl 38 cents In 1917 to certain regions. Connecticut, Rhode placet to rest. He was awakened by consists of a high-spee- d Toada rose-frowith perfect safety. Every bottle guarLee W. Pherson, Marshall. turbine gearanteed, We and in bottlea. Now o a peak price of 66 cents.in 1920 and Island, the southern and eastern parts the roar of the motors hut was ed to a connectedrunnlng Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and sigmi of Massachusetts, and the coastal secto make himself heard until the gear having drivers B8 inches in has since gradually declined. W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. fcm L. K. Grksby. For sale bv work contracted for tion of New Hampshire derive- - little, uachine reached" Cleveland, On Federal-ai- d diameter and is located under the ten- Stllll Mason, Treasurer. a. M.jmjuLkMM, lititfacaV , k. be-fcr- et. 250,-886,8- 86 for even after tho K BgmurirjiT'igrjiniimrtraJjap coldest winter nearly all tho eggs QUESTIONS Th advantage gained from hatch. nonhatch Is offset to some extent by and Bible Answers tholnjury to 'parasites of the moth If Parrntfl will vrwouratc rhlMrrrt to look Dp nd mrmorfM th llibl Aniwen, It will prove caused by cold weather. jjrirren imni u turn in ajier jvmra. JwqinTTOiaijiniiiiiLurtl)fftfia It is not supposed that any reliance can be placed on control of the gipsy moth by means of extremo cold, since Why should wo sing and rejoice? temperaturo can not bo controlled, Isaiah 49:13, but investigators are Interested In What reward did tho prophet say rio nrntn nnilnn no ir U'rttf trinrn haa observance been only a slow increase of tho gipsy w,"d 58: 13,14. many regions where 1UUU1 moth in Has the Lord God any pleasure in conditions would seem to point to the death? Ezeklel 18: 31, 32. reverse. Was man created In God's Image? Genesis 1: 26, 27. Notable Prognyw Reported For What Is new every morning? Mrttcr-Slrc- s Movement, Lam. 3: 22, 23. There Is every reason to bellve that How can we chooso botween life tho replacement of scrub and grade and death? Romans 8:13. sires by pure breds Is on the increase. Why Is tho present time so imporReports received by the United States tant? 2 Chor. 6: 2. Department of Agriculture from If any, benefit, A CASH OFFER tf?? $1.75 r A er Qeeirlfe sffers nee'ty Every Woman Wnnts'l - DIRECTORY n. m ,.; VS Ifn-Kiu- J Vice-Preside- nt ed Mothers asa s Ohildren Cry TT jLCy Iretis OA3TOR 'A nt Yer For the Children contin-oouaute s; J U - YOU. OUR Cr GERMINAL REMEDY 13-Fo- M3Smk$ FORGONE MONTH hemor-ihace- i USE LI V-VER-- e, -- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax lloud-Gitidiii- sea-coa- non-hatc- ton-mil- es ax un-abl- el " l "1 "IT " "T V fl ini irtinni imunDiiuii nnrr ri ffnxnuiiiiiiuirniiniiminrt oral portions of tho soil more avail- SOCIALISTS PROTEST TO RUSSIA The executive committee of tin Socialist party In this country has sent a strong mesaago to tho Mdscow outfit protesting against tho expect-- d execution of a number of social revolutionists who are being given mock trials, .and who nro marked for slaughter, It Is understood. "Their execution would bo a dlsgraco to n workers' government, a crlmo against the revolutionary workers of all countrtos," says the telegram, E. V. Dobs nnd other American socialists have also sent porsorral messages denouncing the bolshevik policy of destroying or violently suppressing who differs from thoseln control. ne "Humus also performs an'lmport-an- t sorvlcfe In ImprovlngMho physical iiiDi condition' of the soK Soils that aro ni prorp a inononn rnenmni!, ininiwi iniuiK'i in Miierfcari, rich In humus nro nullow and friable flSjiMrngnnuAint and tilt easily whllo tho humus also absorbs rainfall and holds It until A SURE SUPPORT; The eternal times of drouth. On tho other hand, God Is thy refiifjt), and underneath are drnlnago during times of surplus sa'mo mnterlnl promote good the everlasting arms- Deut. 33:27. this LOVE FKAIt: There rainfall and retards tho washing that causes many soils to loso much of Is no fearIn Tbvn; but perfkt love their fertility. out fear. 1 John 1:18. castoth "Perhaps tho grcaljstXtfaluo of PRACE AND SAFETY: Thou keep him In perfect poace, whoso humus comes from the plant food It wilt Coming does from mnd Is stn)uil on thee: lucnu3o ho contains. decay of ns It and animal plant tho partial In thee. Isaiah 26:3. trusteth products, It contains tho elements REWARD OK TUB ItlOHTEOUS: perfect man, and behold such ns nitrogen, llnu, "phosphorous Mark the and potassium that are necessary the-- upright; for tho end of that man beforo hoavy yields can bo obtained.' peace. Psalm 37:37. Is THE LOVE THAT SAVES: For ROBERTSON COUNTY FOR POOL Ood fo loved thiMvorld, that ho gavo his only buKotteif Son, that whosoever Springfield, Tenn., Aug. 14," (Spebolleveih In him should not perish, cial now In hand show but have ovorlnstlng llfo. John 3:16. that 3,600 acres of tobacco have been A VERY NEEDFUL PRAYER: pledged under tho lUngliam- - Saplro Show mo thy ways, O Lord; teach mo plan of organization. Members of thy paths. LpI Integrity and upright the organization commltteo are satisnosa preserve me; for I wait on thee fied with tho progress being made Pialn) 25: 3, 21. and feel sure of success. So far the BEGIN THE DAY RIGHT: Cause campaign for signatures has Ir'en conme to- hear thy loving kindness In fined to about ten districts, but It tho morning; for In thee do I trust; will bo extended and intensified from cause mo to know tho way wherein now on until tho entire county is covI should walk for I lift up my soul I ered thoroughly. unto thop. Psalm 143:8. 7,000 ACRES RUINED IIY , DAVIESS COUNTY GROWERS The Host I'IijhIc. . For This Week' - r. - BIBLE THOUGHTS able GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we WHAT GIRLS LIKE IN A MAN According to a questional filled out by tho girls of Wisconsin university the most common fault among men Is conceit, with rudeness and Insincerity ranking close behind. Tho qualities which the majority preferred In their husbands were ambition, Intellect nnd a strong character. Most of the girls placed a "sympathetic nature" and n "nice disposition" before wealth and good looks. Many wero at a los3 to account for tho fact that "tho best men take most to tho empty- - headed girls." FEMINUS DRAMATICUS Sceno Crowded street car. Blngs and Jings are- - sealed. In front of them stands a woman scowling dark ly bocauso neither man will relinquish his seat. a Blngs If I gave up my scat the lady would be Insulted. Jings Why?. Blngs Because- I make it a rule never to offer a scat to a' woman unless she looks to bo over 30. Standing woman nolongor frowns, but proceeds to consult hor vanity-bo- x mirror complacently. - For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale. Bills, Business and other Cards.- - BLASTS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, ' &o.i I1T STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You celved from farmers who cooperated burled treasure hidden long ago unwith tho extension division of the der the old church of Sao Sebastlao. College of Agriculture In having their 40V VH .BM .XPH flocks culled as demonstrations for 1hT Interested persons la their communities. In one typical case1, the egg production of a flock owned by J. W. Alexander an Owen county farmer living near Wheatley, was Increased despite the fact that ond third of the birds in it were removed as culla in ALLIES DESLVND REPARATIONS the demonstration This was partially due to the fact that the remainBulgaria has been called on by the ing hens were allowed to utilize the allied reparations commission to pay feed which originally had been given "Black-Draug- ht at once 4,000,000, 000 lovas nearly is. in to tho loafer hens. The 30 hens that The minister called my opinion, the best liver $800,000,000. 3Ci were removed as culls produced only on tne market, medicine the sum an exaggerated demand and states Mrs. R. H. White one egg during the week after they declared the country unable to pay. Ch, cMa nf Vonto DM were removed. The government expressed a willingcontinues: "i had a pain ; in my chest after eating-ti- ght, ness to pay within its capacity but DRIVE OUT ALIEN FARMERS uncomfortable feeopposed abandoning its customs comlingand this, was very La,teV, the government demission. disagreeable And brought In Patagonia, near Cape Horn, a manded a moratorium for three on headache. I was concombination of labor troublo and stipated and knew it was years. banditry has caused a number of indigestion and inactive liver. I began the use of American and British farmers to CUTS CROSS ON RARE CHEST night and leave tho country. The trouble bemorning, and it sure is gan with a strike of farm hands. In splendid and certainly Terror seized tho congregation of gives relief." tho disorders that followed farm St. Patrick's cathedral in New York buildings wero burned and fnrmers man slashed a Cross on his when a and their families were taken away bare chest and mounted the altar For Infants and Children as prisoners. Bands of marauders steps with .a drawn knife. FatheT In Use Over Years Daly, serving the altar with his back multiplied and the business of banditry became general. Foreigners Always bears to tho congregation, turned dround ithc In agriculture became discourand commanded him to knoel. The Signature of aged) and began to move from the man, whoso name was mysterious country, seeking safer fields. Johannes QabrU'l, obeyed the, priest's Notwithstanding Internal condiWPHN SOILS TO GET NEW was dlsarmjpfl by tho command and tions Argentina and Chile are planLIFE FROM COVER CHOP 'S . ushers. m ning a system of transandlne raila new national holiday as a result of roads which will bring the former Lexington, Ky., Aug. 14. New life LKX1NE STILL AT WORK the World war. The belglan parlianearor to the United States by way! will bo put Into worn soils on hunFOR FLETCHER'S ment' changed the national holiday of.the Pacific and Panama canal. The dreds of Kentucky farms In the near Nlcolal Lenlne, head of soviet Rus- from August 4 (o Nov. 11, Armlstlco For over seventy years newly elected president, Marcelo T. futuro through the use of winter cov- sia, has beeli sick for a long time and day, on tho ground that tho latter tills purely vegetable do AlvSar, has shown himself to be a er crops which will be- soeded this his actual condition has boon shroud- day was "tho day of freedom from BUDGET USES BIG FIGURES preparation has been From time to time tho war and from the cnomy." fall and turned under In the spring ed with mystery. The budget commission at Moscow progressive with' big plans for his found beneficial by thou country. Ho was formerly a radifor purposo of adding humus o tho reports of his death were circulated; has worked out tho RusslaM budget sands of persons suffer- land, according to R. E, Stephenson, fr0m various sources came declara- - If I am right, O toach my heart for the last qunrtor of 1922 and the cal member of parliament and Artf; lni from rffrc of inr. gentine minister to Franco. soIIb extension specialist of the Col' tlons that hei was beyond recovery. figures read like astronomical meaStill inhho right to stay; pid, or slow-actiliver. 01 Rjm will bo tho Loon Trotzky, minister of war, final lego of Agriculture. surements of distant stars. ArithmeIf I am wrong, thy grace Impart' Indigestion, biliousness, purposo, ly announced to tho public that Le v To find tho better way. Pope. AMERICANS REMOVING HILL principal crop used for thlb tic was almost exhausted In Stating cone, coaled tongue, diz ' many farmers having made arrange- - Ijiino was convalescing, that his mind Tho biggest engineering feat ever tho monstrous sums. Receipts) for ziness, constipation, bit as was clear and that ho was keeping ments to sow tho seed as soon Daylight saving Is hnrd on tho the year woro glvJn a 360 trillion undertaken south of tho, Panama ter taste, sleeplessness. tholr tobacco, soybeans, cowpeas or In touch wRh evory Important ques young people. Thsy have to get Into' rubles whllo expenditures wero 760 cnnal is in charge of eight American lack of energy, pain in Farmers who tion. Hd admitted that ph)s!clans bod an hour earlier or do their sleep- trillion, thus leaving odetlctt of 400 onglneors at Rio do Janeiro.1 Tho Job corn are harvested. back, puffiness under the turn theso covor crops under In tho , jia,j proscribed a long rest, but ho de- - ing at tho offico. Anyhow, who wants trillion. Tho smallest provision was consists of leveling Castle Hill, which eyes any or all cf these spring for greon mnnuro will obtain clared that present favorable condl- - to call on a girl" in broad daylight? madti for education, for which was amounts to some 70 million cubic symptoms often indicaft n number of benefits, through tho ad- - tlons In tho soviet republic made It Washington Post. allotted tho trifling sum of twq bil- feet of earth and stone, mixed with that there Is something ditlon of humus which Is tho great- - possiiiui ior wio premier 10 iuko a lion rubles. Tho bolsheviks roly on tho debris of houses, streets and c the matter with your HOUSEHOLD HINT churches. Tho work was begun with tho rlflo as "teacher." liver. Vou can't be too eft Blnglct need of badly worn soils, long rest. -- -threo giant pumps of 1200 horse- he added. . careful about the medi EXPLODES! BROOKLYN Learn ono new thing a day, power each throwing against tho hill VX). cine you take. Be sure A FARMERS FIND OULLINO "Exhausted sollado not contain REMOVES SLACKER HENS 70,000 gallons of water a minute. In little floor oil sprinkled on the baby's the baclerlu that live and .multiply In KKj that the name, "Thed-addltlHundreds of people woro suddenly dress will keep tho floors shining. are several steam shovels of mmty ford's tho.presence of humua aud add 'life' is Lexington, Ky, Aug., 12. Many hUKO canacltv. About 1500 natives I -- Ti on the package. At all to fortllo soils," Mr. Stephenson brought Into the street In a, crowded Fellowship Forum. I'ZmL: Keutucklan farmers and poultrymen aio umpioyeu in me worK wnicn win druggists. pointed out In explaining how the section of Brooklyn by tho explosion , n stills, one "Talk Is cheap." are finding that their poultry flocks nrobablv be finished near thn nml nf o state would be of a still, Two deploted soils of n condense and 55 'Not always." Accept Only , contain a considerable AAA . L number of tmrt lnfll nfr n tnlnl nnot rt ..benefited by covi'r crops that aro cans wore found after the fire "How do you know?" loafer hens that can bo culled out at 000. Visitors to the exposition bethe Genuine. turned under." These bactorl cause "Two words cost me my freedom this time of the year and sent to ginning in September will bo able to manure and crop residues- - to decay which followed tho explosion. 'The J.T9 building had been rontod to men who for life," market without seriously reducing see tho work In Drosresfl. It In mn. nnd give up tho elemonts that contrl-i- ii the total number of eggs received, fldently expected that the removal of'S "What were th,ey?" tnwnrii cron Krowth. In addl- - claimed to bo representatives of a according to early reports being re-- the hill will uncover considerable "Bo mine." Wright Field. process also make the mln- -j macaroni factory. ilon, this KstS raiU94RiAMCi$M Xmw I "When, tinned goods are 'bought both ends of tho can should bo flat or curve slightly Inward; neither end. should bulge, snap back when pressed, or feel loose. "Glass containers should have firm covers, flat or concave, with scam, collar and label free from all signs of leaks. All contcntshould appear .free from mold, disintegration, cloudiness and other abnormalities, nnd should show no discoloration. "When cans aro opened, suction Inward Is highly desirable1 and tbore should be no outrush of gas or spurt of liquid: The odor, which should be observed Immediately, should be characteristic of the product, and thero should bo no trace of foreign tor objectionable odor. "Liquid enough to covor the food 'Is desirable In most products, and the Inside of tho can should bo clean and bright, or well lacquered, andi undcT 'ho. circumstances extensively blackened or markedly corroded. "If you know food Is spoiled (destroy it. If after examining It you can't tell, add half the volume of water and boll thoroughly." nro: Owensboro, Ky., Aug. 11. (Spttlal) So far 7,000 acres of tobacco have been signed to the Dark Tobacco assoclatIoirIn Growers Daviess county, which Is fifty per cerit of the total acreages Chairman Haycraft Is confident that by Septem ber 1, tho county will be signed at ledst seventy per cent. A vigorous WATCH CANNED FOOD drlvi' will bo waged from now until that dnte to run tho signup as high Louisville, Ky., Aug. 11. The of foods, drugs and. hotels of tho as possible. State Hoard of Health Issued here Apply a cotton cloth wet with Bal a set of suggestions which, if followed, according to Miss Sarah H. lard's Sn.ow Liniment to all wounds, Vance, director of tho bureau, will cuts, burns, sores or blisters, ami noto guarantee to every user of canned Its wonderful healing power. It Is goods completo Immunity from spoil- prompt nnd very effectlvo. Prlco 30c, 60c and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by ed fruits or vogetublc3. m The points made In tho suggestions Ohio County Drug'Co. ' When 3jou want a pleasant physic try Chambbrlaln's Tablets. They aro eaRy to take rnd mild und penile In effect. They are highly prized by people who have becomo acquainted with their good qualities. Thoy only m cost a quarter. ' HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. to-.d- o !' THE ORIGINAL MOTHER-IN-LA- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED W GERMAN CONSULS NOT WANTED The federal government of Australia" has rcfustd to enter an agreement for the appointment of German consuls. Premier Hughe ssatd that relations may later be resumed with Germany but at present tho ministry was unwilling to "grease the wheels of German trade." Steps were later tariff of 75 per cent takon by the government to adopt and to head off German goous. anti-dumpi- C ASTO'R For rA 30 , As Mr. Caveman was gnawing at a bono in his cave one- morning Mrs.. Cnvoman rushed In nnd said, "Quick! t Get your club! Oh quick!" "What's the matter?" growled Mr. Caveman. "Saber-toothtiger chasing mother!" gasped his wife. Mr. Caveman uttered an expression of annoyance. "And what tho deuce," ho asked, "do I care what happens to BRITISH CAPITAL SHOWS INCREASED DKUNKENESS a saber-toothe- d tiger?" Capper's Weekly. Jjondon, Aug. 12. Drunkenness : is on the Increase in London, since "Daughter, did I not sitting on that young mans' lap when I pass the hours for the sale of alcohol were extended last September, according ed the parlor door last evening?" report. , "Yes. and It was very embarrass- to the Scotland Yard In this city of 7,000,000 people tho ing. I wish you had not told me to." "Good heavens! I never told you weekly number of convictions for drunkenness averages 711, as against to do anything of the kind!" "You did. You told me that It 428 before' tho increased hours. Easter week in 1920 was the banhe attempted to get sentimental I ner week for the drinkers, however, must sit on him." the report .shows, for during that week there were 7,171 convictions for ITAIHCUT REVIVES "CORPS" drunkenness, a record for London. During 1921 tliers were 27,410 Andrew Kmas, of Mason, 111., who people convicted of drunkenness of had been pronounced doad by a phytosician, rose up in bed and shook whom 5,439 were women. This tal Is 2,546 less than In 1920. hands with ho barber who was trimM ming his hair In preparation for buNATIVES KILL FRENCH rial. Kmas had the barber finish the hair trimming job and then trimmed With the arrival of the news that his own mustache. the lengua of nations council had approved the French Syrian mandate IT PAYS TO WAIT disorders broke out over tho whole When Myra Greon, of Hanover, country, At Hnuran two French ofN. J., was 15 years old she told Jlm-ml- o ficers nnd 17 men were reported killBeach to run along and get rich ed and a number of prisoners and They much war material captured. At the and she would marry- - him. both wultcd patiently and npw she outpost ot Javroud 15 French wero Ho' killed, whllo at Esrah a French airhas become his blushing bride. plane was brought downrThe French is SO and she Is 75. government Issued a 'statement admitting disturbances on account of MAKE NOV. 11 HOLIDAY the mandate but declaring the reports At least one country has'acqulred much exaggerated. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i er 400 YI see-yo- 'l SB For Torpid liver m m Black-Draug- -- Thedford's sd Ohildjen Cry CASTO R A BLACK DRAUGHT j ng - ' i I m ? i a$ on Black-Draugh- t," 100-gallo- one-gallo- m m m K4WKK5S5 1 1 ANNUAL SETTLEMENT AND AUDIT REPORT or the Treasurer, Ohio County Hoard of Eduoa.tton (or year July Pnltl out During tlio VtW. Salaries of Teachers Salnrlfs and expenses of Administrate Officers Postage and other administrative exponsos KTew Buildings and Grounds Repairs and Improvements furniture and Equlpmont Supplies-Incidenta- ls ' Fuel and Janitor Service , . Trnnsportation of Pupils , . Tuition ' Repayment of Horrowed Money Interest :'. , . .. Paid to Graded Scho'ols Uliclusstfltd ." S52?v 1, J921 to Juno 30, 1922. ... ' ' ; . .......,........ ,. $63,007.30 ' 2,443.68 . 131.60 12,940.80 286.80 ' 1.223.98 1,644.84 1.980. 18 1,888.50 4,966.18 7,200.00 v300.00 10,064.91 ' 929.89 mm i fi hy We Handle ..''i Total paid out during the year Received During llio year $42,641.45 Strife School Fund-'- . . : 51,275.79 County Schoof taxntlon . . . i Cousolldated and Suhdistrlct Taxntlon . . 1,239.08 12,200. 00 Borrowed Money 89.16 Other Receipts Total received during the year Balance In.Troasury, July 1, 1921 Total of balanco and receipts Total paid out during year . $109,009.56 ( .. .$107,445.48 .... $107,445.48 .$ '. Recapitulation 3,525.02 $110,970.50 $109,009.56 Af and Recommend rown Gasoline And Other Standard Oil Products uh r Balance In Treasury June 30, 1922, $' 1,960.94 (Liabilities for Horrowed money, $5,000.00) T have examined and audited the accounts of Mrs. I. S. Mason, County School Superintendent and Treasurer of the Ohio County Board of Education, and find, the 'receipts, disbursements and balances as herein stated. (Signed) R. R. WEDDING, Date, Aug. 1, 1922. County Judge of County abovo named. , The above settlement is verified and approved: C. M. CROWE and It. It. RILEY, Accountants. R. A. OWEN, Chr'm. County Doard of Education. I July 24, 1922 MIIS. I. S. MASON, Secy, of County Doard of Education. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Psure8 were violently extended men ,. yvouId soon grow indifferent to it. ( J stranger viuie traveling on .a train jsaturaay afternoon I resolved to pass it on, and the opportunity camo sooner than 3 expected. Approaching the patent cup vender on the train, I found tho a favor from a Ueivlng Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bruner were tho guests of Mr. R. M. Miller and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Taylor and children spent Sunday in Owensboro. Tho Taylors had a family reunion at " r am back In tho whirling, swirling tho park. Mrs. Beo Taylor went to Owensbonoisy crowd and glad to 'be at homo, my ro Saturday to see her father-in-labut I am nursing the pleasure of Mr. Honry Taylor, who is very 111, In vhflC'ta the "old stamping ground." my re- a hospital in that city. Tho single disappointment of Miss Eula Barker Is visiting relaturn to Ohio county Is tho painful tives In Hawesvlllo tals week. growdiscovery that I am unwillingly Mrs. Lou Staples is on tho sick list. ing away from my old homo country. Mr. Buck Smith nnd son, Ellis, of 1 thought it would never bo so, but Hartford, visited Mr. Smith's daughtime and habit silently but certainly ter Miss Mue, of this place, Friday. nork changes in us nil. slot jatnmed and was unable to work the machine for a drinking cup. I Tas returning to my seat when a jentlemanly looking stranger sitting several seats back, came, forward and generously offered me the use of his telescope cup which ho had taken the troubl" to open his suitcase' for. 1 than kid him, and Utter using the cup returned It with tho comment, "Stoat was very kind of you, sir." Two hours later I was sitting in a blirber shop waiting for service when ' came in and asksd tho barber It ho would have time to get a shavo nd make a train. Tho barber told aim he was afraid ho would not. tlu. Incident of the drinking cup, I told tho stranger he could my turn, which had just come, after a. long wait. Giving up my plact.set me back to that of the lato arrival, but I owed soma stranger a favor, and was pleased to pay it. The man got his shavo and walked out without a word of gratitude. Dut I I had paid did. not teel aggrieved. courtesy owing to another a dh of stranger, and that wus sufficient reward. ta-V-e Among savages where only a loin ,g c,oth ,g VQm UQ shown. Hut the penalty women are pajlng for their style, of dress is a waning Interest on tho part of men In the feminine sex. Immorality is not on the Increase as a result of feminine dress, but marriage is. Mt o HERBERT Mr." and Mrs. Henry MiUigan and t'ho guestof relatives In Whltesvllle. daughter spent Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Adam Richmond and children wer the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheldon of Gatewood, Sunday. Mr. Arthur Ford and family motor ed through hore, enrouto to Pellvllle, Sunday. Mr. audi Mrs. VS. V. Flowers attended church at Patesvlllo Sunday, and dined with Mrs. Jo;' Gabbert. Mr. and Mrs. Myrtlo Floyd and bhby visited Mr. and Mrs. George Holland Sunday. Misses Nina llurdetto and Thelma Harrison spent several days last week at tho Camp meeting, near In the first piace, there's nosae. better made hy anybody, anywhere. If there we?e better, we know that the Standard woiald have it. With the universally acknowledged responsibility,, the unsurpassed 'equipment and cooperation of so great a public service institution as the Standard Oil Company (Ky.) to back us up in any statement we make, and in the service we give, we know 'that we can, and will, give you the most for your money in every purchase of gasoline, motor oil r any other Standard Oil product. We don't try to "spoof" you into trading with US mere assertions and technical terms. We "deliver the goods" because we've got the good.s Crown Gasoline js made right here in .Kentucky hy 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 by every test for your motor and pocketbook. Deal with us and play safe. ACTOX BROS., Crown Gasoline and Polarine Dealers in Hartford, Beaver Dam, and Vicinity Hartford, Ky, 9 J. F. CASEBIER & SON. Bearer Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO., Beaver BEAVER DAM COAL CO., McIIenDum, Ky. ry, Ky. R. I. SWAIN, Rockport, Ky. O. P. PHELPS, McIIenry, Ky. HICKS & BURGHER, Echols, Ky. RICHARD SHIELDS, Cromwell, Ky. HALLIF ELLIOTT, Cool SprlnRs, Ky. WALLACE, TAl'LOH & MORRIS, y ' V' 9 !; Hartford, Ky. .JftH o : 11 X 'i ILVRTFORD MOTOR CO., Hartford, ' Ky. C. T. S. OVERTON, Centcrtown, Ky. FRANK EVERLY, Ccntertowu, Ky. Crown Gasoline Dealers P. A. SWAIN, rrentiss, Ky. S. T. WILLLVMS, Rob Roy, Ky. JOE J. SHULTZ, Wysoxt Ky. ARTHUR T. ILER, Rockport, Ky. ?R Po1arin I P. DAUGHERTV, Rnlzctown. UEAVKR DAM COAL CO.. Tailor Ky. Mines, Ky. CENTERTOWN, LIGHT CO., Center- - INDUSTRIAL Ky. SOCIATION, McIIenry, Ky. AS-tow- n, Dfnlfr 1 zm this morning MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED Iiiiddy McPheug told mt ho when up tud finally und forever given Walker K. Baler, McIIenry, to VI-d- o libotlegging. And when I asked him Felix White, McIIonry. If It was a matter of conscienco he Carl Maden, Hartford Routo J, ,to to go Into said. "Hell, no. I null it tESl A May Mldklff, Narrows Routo 2. .nforcomont sorvlce whero I'll tli H. D. Kirk, Owensboro, to Lillian got rich quick." iavo a chanco to M. Maglinger, Owonsboro. to Ruby 11. J. Miller, Cromwell, In doubt If I I have always boon Caldwoll, Cromwoll. l ad seen a flapper, but I saw tho real Harry Cundlft, Echols, to Ada For-t3ar'lclo Sunday afternoon. I was .. I Echols. waltlns for a train when a young B'es-sl- o Hoary R. Stone, Henderson, to urty. tall, fajr and nicely drossed, so Clnrk, Echols. far as bho was drewild. appeared on 1922, at one o'clock p. m., at tha actually Jlor dress Ute platform. FOR SALE OR KENT Blacksmith court house door In Hartford Ohio shuned her knees, or rather allowed aud General Itopalr Shop. Fully uuiiuiy, jvy., uxpuse 10 puuuc saio for cash In hand, the following tftc kneie to show below the skirt. equipped with hand and powor maproporty, or as much thereof U like to compute the dwcrlptlon first-clas- s chinery in condition. Best us muy be necessary to pay the tqx hy saying ho wore i oiled sox, but Bho location In county, doing business due Centortown, Ky., and now undidn't. I've seen 'am hhort, but this from $150 to 250 per month. Com- - paid, with lntorest npd penalty wis the Hist actual knoe . ploto record of business for last year, nnn ,,,wn lnt .. En.,n, ,Kd 1 take "!t sua was a roul flappur. Good openlns for right party. Full 8ldu of main street In Centgrtown, seo If &h' wasn't 1 don't want to ?4.7G, and for ; Ky., for yeur 1920, dotalls hy writing or calling ou year 1921, G.!iU. witn intjrest and W. V SPROULE & SON, I penalty and cost of sale. For descrip Dundee, Ky. Knoaklii'; of women's dross, or tion see Deed IlooK 35 at pagp 29b, Court of record In Ohio County jutliur luck of It. I want to nay that Mre. John F. Allen and little bellovo tlio modern dren has daughttr, Miss Eva, woro In Har- - Clorlc's offico. K. nowo 0110 town lot fdo not Also Julia vtratrlnuted to Immorality unions; the dlusburg, visiting Mrs. Allen's niece, Ip tho town of Centortown, on the, iex Most of ihein have accepted the Miss Justin A. Hallo. Enrouto homo South side of Main Street for year1 innovation out of a billy sense of they were guests of Mrs. D. C. Allen 1920, J3.75, and for tho year 1921, :tho sum of $4.00, with interest, cos" slavery to fashion, many of them and Mrs. Walter C. Earp, of Roslne. anil ponulty, for description of lanu and with a fceuso of hhamo. beo Deed nook 57 at pags 383 of record of the Clerk of tho Ohio County However, I think women uro losrrs MARSHAL'S TAX KALE I do Court. toy tfteso physical exposures. For tax duo tho town of. Conter-lowThis 28th day of Jully 1922. Know that men no longer comment JOHN IIROOICS, Ky., for tho years 1920, and except on occa- year oti the modern stylo Marshal for tho town of Center-tow- n, 1921. Notice Is hereby clvon exai?Keratlous. u mo ex "I that I will on. Monday September- -, innni 7t4 Ky. r was surprised HI A . m. MI ma Vk. m 1 1 . s oTSm iWWIMMWMpI T, "iliiiii llHaHIMIHrWIMMH 1 -- 4) ROCKPORT (INDIANA) 'toB August 23 to 26, 1922 Beautiful and Well Equipped Fair Grounds. s T. C. BASYE, President FAIR C. M. PARTRIDGE, Secretary EXCITING RACES. W n, h"V '