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Tho Reavers Journeyed to Island, Sunday, whore they dropped the best game played during tho season to the loam of that place, tho score being 0 In tho Islanders' favor. The Heavers' pitcher, Jnko Stevens got giving but thrco safe It strlkc-out- s. hits. Dossctt deceived his slants, whllo Sottlo nnd Ofllnger worlced nt tho pivots for tho Island hoys. McIIenry Is ending a thrco game echedulo nt Morgantown tomorrow, and will have tho Old HilMdc3 of Riverside Louisville, at the local Park Sunday, and at tho Williams Mine park Monday for the labor day v celobratlon. and Heflln will hook up Saturday, nt Heflln. Nor-roo- Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV TALK OF ANNULLING EUROPE'S BILL ENDS k Subscription $1.50 per NUMBER. 10 FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 1922. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS I wash my hands of A. Cox for nil time to come. Albert was In Louls-vlll- o last week. We had a nip at my favorite and started out to see tho sights. Stopping In front of a West Hrondwny house, Cox said, "You wait hero till I see a woman for a minute," and disappeared y up a stairway. I loaned ngalnst a telephone post till I sat down on the curb, nnd waltod some more. After waiting noarly an hour I went up and made Inquiry about Cox, nnd th woman told mo ho had been gone half an hour. Whether the nip crossed Albert's oyes or he Just d.clded to shako me I do not know, but I do know that I am dono with him for all time. P. S. I guess I ought to mention that Albert said ho wanted to Sto the woman about 'renting or buying a rooming house. boot-leggelog-wea- ry Senate's Amendment Meets ' Harding Demand Of Financing Bonds Washington, Aug. 29. Without ku record vote, the Senat npproved today the uio of tho Intoroit un tho foreign debt In financing (lie soldiers' lioiius. Also It substituted tho Snilth-McN'areclamation $.150,000,000 1)111 for the laud settlement option In tho Houso moasure. Then It quit for tho day with a final vote on the and bonus measure at least one perhnps two or thrco days distant. Tho amendment authorizing the payment of the bonus charge with tho Intorcst on tho cloven billions of dollars owed the United States by the nllled nations was proposed by Senator Simmons, Democrat, North Carolina. Ho and Senator Heed, Democrat, Missouri, nnd other members urged It as a means not only of nuotlng President Harding's requirement that tho bill carry a means of financing but nlso of silencing tho talk about the cancellation of the foreign debt. A roll call on the proposal was demanded at first, but this dim and was withdrawn presumably on tho apprehension of leaders that a quorum could not be obtained at tho then lata hour. A vote was taken Inry Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Stewart of tho Central Grovo country, aro tho proud parents of a baby girl, born Monday morning, August 28. The little lady has been christened ICnthleen Rae. Gllmore Keown and little daughter, Ruth Virginia, who had made an extended visit with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Ksown, returned to Lexington last week-end. has accepted a position in the city FORD PULLS ITSELF high schools, stopped off nt HartOFF BOAT INTO RIVER. ford Monday to visit Miss Elizabeth Davidson. Misses Smiser and Davidson wero guests Wednesday of Mlsa Sallyo Coleman, of Paradise. The John Iloatrth .Makes Narrow Escape As Car Plungrc into Water young ladles were school mates while Of Depth. attending the University of Kentucky. Mr. J. Douglas Williams, who attended school at Chicago, 111., the past year, and who, since the closing of the school, has had employment In the office of a large Grocery store at that place, will arrive in Hartford next week to spend soveraf days with, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wil liams. He will be accompanied to Chicago by his little nephew, Edward Turley. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tappan and daughter, Miss Mary Louise, city, Messrs. Rowan Holbrook and JobiEi Bozarth, city, wero returning homes from a point beyond Greon River Wednesday night and upon approach lng the river at Klncheloe's Bluffy were unable to arouse the Ferryman, and proccded to set themselves across the rlver.The landing on this side wast reached, the boat moored, but when, tho front wheals of the car struck: soft ground it aluck. Bozarth was doing the driving and when ho turned, on full powor to shove thru tho mud. the stake to which the boat was1 tied, was pulled up by the back pressurw upon the boat by tho rear wheels-T- he boat was kicked out Into the river some distance and tho somersault into water estimated all the way from 20 to 40 feet in depth. Bozartha grasped and made his leap Into tha. river barely In time to prevent hfcr going down with the car. Mr. Holbrook was in the ferry boat, at tho rear of the car when the diving act took place. The car will bo ralse.l as 30on as It stops running. car-turn- ed The Ohio County Pair Hartford, Ky., Sept. Your 1922. homo fair, take euro of It, mako It the greatest fair over held In Hartford. It Is the people's fair. The peo- plo make tho fair. 10t2 6, f wero In Owensboro Wednesday. They Avvery enjoyable lawn party was were accompanied home by Miss Mingiven by Miss Iva Render at her home Morgantown lost a good game to nie Lou Camp, who will return to In Heavtr Dam last Friday evening. Howling Green, at Howling Qrcen, this afternoon. her home at Habit I saw Buddy McFeag leaning In honor of Miss Elizabeth Davidson, Miss Camp has Just recent'y returned Las Sunday, tho scores ending ley end Leach formed tho Morgan- - against a corner of tho Seelbach last city. . A charming lunch was served from Berkley, California where she to abou thirty guests. alght, with a downcast and -- . town battery. attended a six weeks summer school expression on his usually solat tho University of California. She Mr. Wayne Loach, who recently will b engaged In teaching school emn fac. Recalling an account In l S. TAX RECEIPTS OKI'' .sui.ooo.ooo tho morning paper of tho marriage of sold his Interest In the Leach & rrt Owensboro, this fall. Buddy's daughter, I said, "Cheer up, Leach meat markot and grocery busiWashington. August, 2S Govorn-mo- old man, 1'vo gone through it three ness, together with his family, will ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED tax receipts fell off more than times, and know how hard it Is to return to their farm In tho Rob Roy J4C.000.000 In July as compared with give thcim up, but you ought to be country, nt an early date. Miss Ethel Grieves Gives Word ut tho sanio month last year, according happy that she married a prosperous Bridge Luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Bishop, who o--t to tho statement of cliipslflcd collec- young banker histcad of some worthOF 322 ON tions Issued today by the Internal less scamp, as so many young girls have had rooms in the home of Mrs. .Mr. and Mrs. Harry B. Grieves ONLY STEAMER SURVIVE Revenue Bureau.' For the month tax do." "Oh, It wasn't giving her up" Maggie Griffin since the first of the have announced the engagement of sadly, "I've got five more year, will move tomorrow Into the their daughter, Miss Ethel Grieves to as he collections totaled $106,886,779 Santiago, Chile. Aug. 29. Only" against $153,343,217 during July, at homo, but Just to think she woultl homo of Mrs. C. M. Barnett. which Mr. John J. Wtlllair.3, of Wilming go and marry a banker when she had Mr. Oscar Bishop has rented. 1921. ton, formerly of Lan3downo,Pa. The six persons, including two passenSenators signistead. Thirty-thre- e Income and profit taxes amounting n chance to hitch up to a sou of the announcement came out Saturday at gers, out of a total of 322 on Imanl fying tholr approval of the amend- to $29,743,000 .during tho month biggest bootlegger In Louisville. But Miss Anna Marion Mosley, of Ow- - a Bridge Luncheon given by Miss the Chilean steamship Rata wpro savensboro, has been tho guest of Miss Grieves to her circle of friends. There ed when tho vessel sank toda'- - ofC ment and ono, Senator New, Repub- showed a decrease of $9,S4S,000 com- girls are such bloomln' fools." Mary Ike Mason, city, since last Sat- wers three tables. When the hour Hip Chilean coast near CoquI:u';c. lican, Indiana, his disapproval. pared with July 'a year ago, while 1 know no positive objtctlvo TTho Smith-McNaurday. Her mother, Mrs. F. IC Mos- arrived for refreshments the guests reclamation estate taxes' aggregating $1,071,000 The steamer sailed yesterday from. of tho immortality of the soul, ley, will Join her Sunday, and they were Invited to amendment was agreed to by a vote declined by $10,275,000. dining room Coquimho with 250 pas3ngers aboard. the cro3s-sea- s damaged tho rudof 13 to 3C. Party lines disappeared Taxoa on distilled spirits aggregat- but I do know occasional sparks will return home In the afternoon. which was beautifully decorated with Heavy twonty-thre- o Repub- ing $2,684,000 for tho month declin- from Nature's anvil kindle In the hidon tho roll call, festooned from der of tho vessel, which was ove- rhearts and streamers Mrs. William C. McBeo, of Green- every corner to the electrolier. The loaded. licans and twenty Democrats sup- ed by $2.S11.000 against July, 1921; den and mysterious regions of sentiIn this helpless condition, porting tho amendment and elghtoen miscellaneous taxes, such as trans- ment fires whose warmth and glow wood, Miss., who had been on an favors were miniature suit cases filland Republican and eight Democrats op- portation and amusomento, amount- seem not of earth. I had one such Eastern tour enroute to her home, ed with confette, the case bearing the caught In the strong south galo, the posing It. experience lato Sunday afternoon. stopped off In Hartford Sunday 10 bo tag announcing the engagement. Tho steamer was swept tlmo and a gain-b- y ing to $43,443,000 fell off by (Tho y amondmont the enormous waves. She listed, while tobacco taxes aggre- From tho deck of a river steamer I tho guest of her sister, Mrs. John P. wedding will take place some time would provldo for tho reclamation of gating $26,080,000 reflected an In- beheld one of those rare and beautiful Taylor, and Mr. Taylor, until today. In the early fall. The groom-eleIs badly and soon sank by her bow. swamp lands In the South by drain- crease of $3,772,000 as against tho sunsets that so please the eye and Tho Chilean warship, Chacabuco, a Kentucklan and Is employed by the Rayhorn and Fayborn McKlnney, Crew-Lovlage and arid lands In tho West by ranic month of last year. soothe the soul. Across miles of Company. (Tho which speeded to tho rescue, found Oil Masonic Smyrna, Delaware Times, Aug. 16, only scores of drowned floating' on irrigation, tho work to bo done under level valley, to the left tho broad wards of the Kentucky sweep of tho Ohio river, to the right Home Louisville, will return Sunday, 1922.) the ocean and remnants of wrecktho direction of tho Secretary of the SECOND EFFORT MARE Interior, with federal and state co TO WRECK PASSENGERS a line of broken and wooded hl'ls, the after making an extended visit to Mr. Williams Is a former Hartford age. One 'boat carrying twenty peroperation. sun, hanging Just above tho horizon their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. B. boy, the youngest son of the late Mr. sons capsized and seventeen perishVeterans of tho World War, the Memphis, Tonn., Aug. 28. The and exposed by tho lifted curta'n of F. Flener and other relatives in Ohio and Mrs. Gross B. Williams. While he ed. Spanish American War and the- Phil- second apparent attempt to wreck a cloud, appeared a ball of moulten county. Another boat with many passenleft hero when qulte young he Is reippine, Insurrection would bo given passonger train in tho McmphlH dis- fire. It was a feast of scenic beaumembered by a majority of the Hart- gers and sailors aboard, and In' which. Mr. J. O. Wilson has returned to ford people, amongst whom he has Captain jCaldera, who had been Infirst opportunity to obtain home- trict was reportfd today by n section ty that falls but rarely to the lot of steads and so In working on the va- crow which discovered eighteen the city dweller, and a thousand mer- his home in Bishop, Texas', after many friends to wish him well In jured was placed, also capsized near-th- o ry excursionists watched with burn- spending, govern! weeks, as tho guest marital life to which he Is noarly apbeach. Only two passengers, rious projects. aplkps drawn from a ralP'on-'thoJiH- . Opposition to tho amendments was Louis and San Francisco and one sailor in this group escaped. railroad ing intu'est till tho crimson curtain of his nelces, Mrs. Wayne Stevens. proaching. Hartford, Route 5, Mrs. Leslie voiced by S"nators McCumber, Re- near Cnplevlllo, a suburb, shortly be- faded .into twilight. t LOUISVILLE MARKETS Coombs, Hartford, Route 2, and Miss publican, North Dakota, In charge fore tho fast Florida-CalifornflyQUARTERLY .MEETING AND of tho bonus, and Robinson, Demo- er was duo to pass that point. There Is no beauty In the golden Bettls Renfrow, of Narrows. REVIVAL FOR MT. HERMON Cattle Market slow and inactive crat, Arkansas. ,Tho chargo was Saturday track inspectors found a sunset, no majesty In tho starry daughter. Sheriff G. A. Ralph, made that opponents of the bonus rail loosened on tho main line of the realms of the evenlug sky, no rhnrm The fourth quarterly meeting for and prices fully 25c under Monday'B' woro supporting this proposition In Nashvlllo, Chattanooga and St. Louls 'n tho wooded hills, no melody In Miss Ernestine,, sons. Moody and the Hartford chargo of the Mothodlst low time. Light demand for butcher' tho hope that it would furnish an railroad a short distance from tho the bird's song, no grnndleur in the Herbert, and Miss Martha Pate, city, church will be held next Sunday at stock of all kinds at weaker prlccar Monday, Mt. Herinon. Thero will bo preach- medium and common kinds hard to to Owensboro towering mountain. Beauty, majes- motored added reason for tho Prosldent to ve- city limits. to tho bonus. Also It was contended In each Instance the damago was ty, charm, melody and grandleur are where Miss Ernestine and Herbert, ing by tho Presiding Elder, Rev. L. dispose of. Trade weak with values-25G0- c down In the heavy steers; that tho reclamation project was Im- repaired In time, for tho trains to only in the eyes, tho ears, the souls underwent an operation for the re- K. May, at 11 a. m. and 2:30 p. in. portant enough to stand on its own pusi on scheduled time In safoty. De- of men. When rightly dlsposcdour- - moval of their tonsils, at the city The business session will bo held at medium and plainer steers hard of at unevenly lower prices. merits without, as Senator Lenroot partments of Justice agents, who are sdves all things are beautiful and hospital. 3 p. m. All officials are urged to expressed It, "being taken to court directing an Investigation, aro undar-stoo- d Jovely, when wrongly disposed all la attend all tho services, and let us Narrow call for stockers and feeders: Mrs. E. D. Turley will return to contlnuo the provlous good record of of all kinds; common stockers dulL men." on tho backs of tho to have obtained information ugly and disappointing. her home In Chicago, III., this after- tho Hartford chargo In having full and draggy at lower rates. Thrco Oppose Measure. which Is oxpected to result In several Quotations: Prlmo heavy ston Strongly as men cling to life, few noon, after spending several weeks reports on all line. This being tho Interwoven with tho debate on tho nrrests. reclamation feature was discussion ccifsrenco, tflio $7.508; heavy ehipplng stoers $7 The Louisville and Nashville Rall- - of them would ho willing to go back In this city, the guesof her parents, fourth Quarterly) 7.50; mod lu m to good steers $G.fi0 of the-- bonus Itself, with Senators road Company today announced a to tho cradle' and llvo it all over Mr. and Mrs. A. J. VRHains, and oth-o- r election of offli-erfor next year will 7; heifers $C.507.50; fat cows relatives; ,. ..Her little son, Edward, he ono of. tho main points of business, Mississippi; reward of $15,000 for tho conviction again, Just n3 It was. Which fitly Democrat, Williams, Watson, Domocrat. Georgia, and Dial, of any person who tampered with shows that hops Is tho Inspiration of who accompanied her to Hartford, nnd all officials should attend the $4.50 05.50; medium to good cows democrat. South Carolina, voicing business 'meeting and exorcise your $3 lip 4.50; cutters $2.25 3; can-n- trs the road'ei rails, tunnels, bridges or the world. Each of us has had his will remain several days longer. $2(0)2.25; bulls $3(3)4.25; feedhappiness' and would adposition nnd others supporting tho other road cqulment right to vote on tho same. harvest tlmo of and nn Miss Mattyo Duke returned homo measure. The revival meeting will begin .t ers $5.50 G. 50; stockers $3.50 ditional $1,000 reward for persons gladly llvo such seasons over, but o Wednesday of last weok, from Ow- Mt. Ilormon on next Monday night G.25; milk cows $20(0)50. o fr. caught tampering with engines In the none would dare tnko again the Calves Prlrtjs unchanged.' Best UASKIULL BRIEFS with the storm. It is true thnt ensboro, whore she had spent a fow September 4th at 7:45. p. m. Rev. yards. days as the guest of Mrs. J. S,. Hew-lo- tt W. S. Hucknor of Beaver Dam, will voajs $i0 down; medium and comAND POUIj STRIKES our best .hopes aro not always LEACH HANREFUK SECRET and Mr. Hewlett. She was accom- assist tho pastor, doing tho preach- mon kinds slow from $2.50 5 6, Host hut wo got much wo had weighty calves continue dull. .MARRIAGE IS ANNOUNCED panied homo by Mrs. Howlelt, who ing. not hoped for. " The McIIenry Majesties and the' Hogs Prices wero steady on plgst ft. romnlned until Sunday. Mr. Hewlett Highland Athletic Club team,, of Tho annual conference moots at FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. W. II. (nee Martha motored to Hartford and accompanl- - Central City, on September 20, leav- and throwouts; balance 25c off. Top Louisville, played a ragged game at I eU her homo. ing us but a short tlmo now to wind hogs, 165 to 250 pounds $9.25; 120 Riverside Park Saturday afternoon, A. Snudofur) Leach have recently an00 ACRE FARM, known as the scores of 16 to 14 nounced their marrlngo, which took resulting In tho up tho work of this conference year, to 1C5 pounds $8.90; 250 pounds up Mrs. G. L. Thompson and llttlo let us all therefore, wlh our pnyors $8.8$; pigs 120 p6unds down $7.50 in favor of tho Miners. Parrot and place In Joffersonvlllo, Indiana, Junu Buck Duvall farm, situated on "the daughters, Lula E. and OIllo Vir- and earnest efforts moke tho year throwouts $0.30 down; stags $1.70 Majesties' bat- tho eleventh, Nineteen hundred nnd public road between Select and Balze-towPholps composed tho twenty-twcontains uowly painted ginia, of Fayotte, Ala., arrived in n grcnt succoss. Tho pastor will fill down. tery. Sheep and Lambs Demand actlvo Tho young people had kept tholr dwelling with good barn and orchard. Hartford Friday of last week, whore hh regular appointment at tho Hert Tho gamo staged Sunday by tho nosU they are guests of Mrs. Thompson'a ford Church next Sunday at 11 a. m. and prices generally steady. abovo teams at tho same place, was mnrrlag' n secret from all hut a vory Price- $690. E. W. JACKSON. lambs $12.50 down; seconds' $C sister, Miss Electra Carson, and You are cordlnll Invited to attend. a much bettor affair, barring tho fow, until announcements wero reG.50; strong weights up to $7. Th Beaver Dam, Ky. brothers, 'Messrs. U. S. and 'A. R. SIncorely, first Inning, a couple of orrors and ceived through tho malls of last r. week, by tholr frlonds. Carson. They will probably return T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. best fat fiheep $5 down; buck3 $2.50' Monroe's free passes, It was a , IJ.VLT7.ELli STUMPH 3; lighter tops $9 to $10. The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and to their homo Tuesday. Espy'a circuit smash and ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Butter, Kg;;s and Poultry catching of tho Highlanders' back- Mrs. II. A. Sandefur and a popular Buying prices not to shipper, tho v All persons having claims against Announcement has been received AN ICE CREAM SUPPER will ha stop wero outstanding features. The young lady. Tho bridegroom Is a will pretallies wero 4 to 2 In favor of tho sou of Mr. and Mrs. Sep Loach and by relatives In Hartford of tho mar- given by tho Ladles.' Aid Society of tho lata John V. Muffett, proven, on shipper paying freight and drayac" charge's, aro: boys. Monroe did the twirl- Is ono of Ohio County's successful riage on August 18th, of Miss Mar- tho Washington Methodist Church, at sent snmo to mo, properly Country packing stock! lluttor Pholps tho teachers and admired by a largo cir garet Elizabeth Haltzell to Mr. Sidney tho Church, Saturday Sept. 2, (to- or before-- November 1, 1922, or they ing for tho homo team and took morrow night). The proceeds ac- will b torover barred, and nil parties 19c lb. receiving. Failure to get hold of cle of frlonds. Each of tho parties C. Stumph. The marrlngo place In Dodge City, Kansas, where-th- cruing to be used for church bone-tit- s. knowing themselves to bo Indebted Ebks Candled, firsts 24c dor.; (ho records preveutd our giving the resided In tho Hickory community. young people reside. seconds 18c. All aro cordially invited to at- to said estate will please settle be Tho wrltor has known of tho niar-rla- g for the visitors. batteries spring chickens, 20c lb.; rosters 7c The brido Is a nleco of Mr. J. E. tend. fore said date. slnco tho first of August, al 15"cr ' Witness my hand, this Aug. 31, lb.: ducks old 10c; young MRS. LKAMON LAKE, Secy. dofented Heflln, at Hef- though not at liberty to divulge j Davidson, also at Mr. George- - Balt- Nocreek ' 1922. Be ,7p It).; turkeys, No. 1 23c lb; v lln, Saturday by 5 In a good game. thu secret. Wo now extend our best ' zell, of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. guineas old 25c each; young guineas W. O. MUFFETT, AXJmr., Mlts Loulso Smiser, of Cynthlana, Tlnsloy and C. W3rd worked fqr tho wish's for tho success of Mr. and Mrs. Stumph will re3ldo in U.ldgs Olty, IVj lbs. GOc each. and will bs at homo after Sept. 15. on routo to Hopklnsvlllo, wher: she John W. MuffeU, Dec'd. any Loach. Ijoys from where thero Isn't 2. woe-bo-go- ne fall nt ry ovl-dt-n- rn $27.-lf7,00- 0, Smith-McNar- ct ck - ia iril s sun-shtn- E n, o. hum-dinge- up-sta- te o Tho fow who AIR PHOTOGRAPHERS lured Its thousands. do sock out tho old placo aro no ARE TO MAP ALASKA longer curious, tako llttlo Interest ON WANE In tho relics still offered for sato and. JAMES Dormant. Water Power To I to Sought. Ron orally leave, with a disappointed Out hi Undiscovered "Humph!" IjiUch North Two years ago there was an agiIHameTJo Longer Mecca For tation for preserving the old houso Washington, Aug. 26. Il?llovIng for its historical value, but whon the Souvenir Hunting CHICAGO, August 25, 1323 question camo beforo tho Duchanan that the natural forests of Alaska CENTRAL SYSTLM: t TO THR SHOPMEN OF THE ILLINOIS Tourists. Htiillainiitiin.l organizations to s rlloi iurven, itwuuuu nun ituuiaiiuvvi vil InlrAn County Historical Society thnt august nltnllntl lie tho railway shopcrafts ordered the manners of thofr f Unit body, bollevlng tho city hadi already many of which may bo valuablo Railroad July i" gains0, decision" of sourcos, the Forestry Sr-vlc- o familiar with I bollovn you ar had enough notoriety fnvm Jesa to find a basis for a Just settlement. I osrd and by tli . M of tho Department of AgriculSt. JTfrsrjih, Mo., Aug. 26. Fame .lames' residence here, flatly refused successful efforts to bring about a settlement wh rh lwv bran by wpretontatlw of tartans organ Uu members of tho board, by numbers ot tho Preside it's cablnrt. Ss Tickle vron to a bandit. ture Is evolving plans to nutp this to take any action to savotho ancient lions, and by tho Provident himself, . ...1.1.1. 1. Nor floes tho fact that ho may landmark on tho grounds that tho "No Man's Land" of tho North by .t jki. Tho final conference lu New York Auaust 23 further to the highest pinnnclo In Cantous gtinmrfn was of no particular means of aerial photographs. t inoy oaimoi " st are of such a fundamental nature tsat ., banditry's Hall oC Fame savo him lisncflt to tho reputation of tho city That there aro many lakes on the " tern believe thero is nothing to ho gained by further negotiations on .a uest iy ''hr"!lm nrtii0' 1, ha hen unfavorably affected headlands and Islands traversed by j inevitable oblivion In popular or tho rtate. from enmpromlfe. Moreov.r. we bellove the situation ,.., .. iWiBn,!Jrti,n.i,finrr.iftihat;in.itlon-wlf- i jettl. iitent was about to b offec.fd. nnd that 'ifltrrpst. And thus Is perishing ono of Mi- the inside passage between S attlo While v.t ate u .. ... 1, .,.i .,,......,,. ., nnnttmut tu hull) out the- fa If" hope. deal in w for Iha eply In. erer 'tvast no historical society has ssouri's most famous landmarks. So, and Skagway which do not appear on Ai nirt . ed In the goneral situation, we bellevo that we can accomplish a Krm. 3?l wume forward to save the house, j with Buffalo Dill and Cap Collier tho map has long been known, an public served by us. for our employes and for oura Ives If we concentrate our future efforts largely ibw Tajdtlly falling Into ruins, lnjKOno beyond tho great dlvlo with official of the Forestry Service said. upon tho conditions on our own railway system. gave up flight u'ikh Jesse James, king of "bad I tho round-u- p being supervised! now During the New York-NoNo one regreta more than wc tho unfortunate situation of our former employes who wa when the strlko mva,- - met death at tho hands) of his )y the Society for the Prevention of made by army aviators lakes fre their positions upon orders from the leaders of their crafts. On June 14. which wo appenleilynt tholr ' a letter to a'.l Illinois Central Sysfrn shopnen In being taken, we nddrest-eIVrjJTayor. Rob Ford, on April 3, 1S82.J cruelty to Animals and with the quently were sighted which could better Judgment and counseled them not to vote In favor of placing In .he hands of their leaders the . Pwr yenrs the old houso nt 1318 iony Expros3 stables given over to a not bo found on the latest aud mo3t power to call a strike. We were of tho opinion then that If they placed such n power In the hands nt I TTayn.tc street was annually visited' foundry ono might well say: "Sic authentic maps of tho territory. , their leaders It would be unwisely exercis d and a strike would bu called, resulting In untold suffering Tales of unknown water bodies are ' iy hundreds of curious visitors, who' semper glorlae." and hardships to the strikers. We had the Inferos .s of our shopmen at hear, and did not want to fa, .vrtnorfi Kith eyes and mouth open In constantly being brought to the at- tho situation of having to fill their places. We appreciated that In any emergency which might tiriv i the public welfare demanded that our train ho kept running. teutlon of tho government by trappers as the eloquent carmaker wonder Catarrh Cannot Be Cured On July 10. (en days after the strike had bePn called and sumo of our shopmen had compiled Less than a year SMir.lvd to tho hole In tho east wall w(,1 LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they and proapsctors. public had n with the ordcr or their loaders to desert (heir posts, we again tuMroisml thorn. 1 wjaorc tne bullet iroin frorua gun cannoi roucn mo scat or mo uuouso. ago a lake four and a half miles long bo served with transportation and. If our shopmen who loft our service wero not going to return to Catarrh la a local disease, greatly In- out fluenced by constitutional conditions, and and a half n mllo wide was discover- imfcwlded Itself after snuffing their positions, now men had to be employed to fill t ho vacancies. We did not want to employ now men I ,n ordor to cure It you must talto an ed at the head ot Short Hay. This ahr llfn nf tho nntnrlnua outlaw until we were absolutely sure that those who went out would not return. It therefore bocamo nw,. internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medl- sary for us to fix a time within which those who leu thlr portions could return without loss of pen cino la taken Internally and acts thru lake, according to the Forestry Ser- -' "Onco Point of interest. ' to u.i on ths mucous tho slon. seniority nnd oth'r rights. We waited ten days for our fotuier employes longmake gave their there was n tlmo and It has not the blood Hall's Catarrh surfaces of waa vice, has mora than- 1,000 acres ot sy6tcm. Medicine we thorn minds, hoping all the time that they would return, nnd after having waited that ' proscribed by one of tho best physicians Brcti Mich a great while- ago either, surface area and Is less than one and any of (heir rights. country for years. another whole week within which they could rr'urn without lo.u ofhlgbew duty, we could no longer Holding, as wo do, that service to the public is our first and swicn .everyone who had readi "The posed of some of the best tonics known. a quarter miles from tidewater; yet, tho boat continue a waiting policy and thus run the risk of not being abb- - adequately to tako car of those deJcmus TJojs In Missouri, and Cap , combined with some of combinationblood because ot the rough topography of nf p,lrincrs. Tho perfect pending upon this railway system for transportation service. CMTler" In their youth, wanted to '" ingredients in Halt's Catarrh Medl- - tho surrounding country, it has reAfter having taken every precaution we could coiwistuitly take In Ifhntr of the men who wen r.vthe Jess'e James house when theyj results In catarrhal conditions Send for mained unknown and unnamed. out, we began employing new men. The men who took the places of thono who left our survlco hnve go back IjV'chenet6 CO., Props.. Toledo. O. To Officials arranging the plans for vsrsiD to St. Joseph. courageously and efficiently assisted us in rendering to tho public an unimpaired transportation sermm ten the folks they had not seen All Drucdatn. 75c. tho locating and photographing ot vice We bellevo they are entitled to very great consideration, not only from us, but ulso fram our Hall's Family Pills for constipation. person with a correct understanding of the situation would ftihft iold landmark would have been these "lost lakes" estimate that a few patrons. Wo submit thnt no have us deal unfairly by these men. days' flight will bs sufficient to covui .i uisKruce as u. nave SAYS AIKPIiANKS WILL in.... Thero Is no dispute about tho right of workmen to leav their posit Inns. Neither can thero lie rowo to Philadelphia on a "rubber- KXPHDITK POLAR TKIPS er the area with a tlegreo of accuracy any question about the right of others to take the places thus made varan., nor tho right of any artr.Vlng" trip without looking up In- that would require many years and Tho President man to work when and where he may wish. Thos rights tire essential to civilization. feicmlence Hall. of tho United States has asserted that he will. If necossary. use tho full power of the United Statei - great expense to accomplish by ordiLondon, Aug. 26. Polar exploniGovernment to rustaln tluse rights. Neither can there be any queal.on as to the a.tltudo of the II One was always sure of. getting tlnn will snnn li rfivnlntlnnl7fr1 liv nary imethods. Wo bell ve in the principles of organization, and llnoi"! Central System toward labor organizations. a a rMQ account of the killing' from u.e use of airships and aeroplane ac- - Tills venture will mark the latest we stand ready to work hand in hand with those organizations which will work with us In serving th wne (oni caret3Ker, who would even cording uses to which airplanes have been public. to predictions made by MaJ. wliiit If prc3si-- d long enough, that H. Carr, air expert, who accompanied put. The work has been approved Fram the beginning of this controversy we have felt that the members of tho shopcraft organ! by tho Federal Power Commission &o "had witnessed the affair. After zatlons were being misled, and it Is a matter ot dee post regret to us thn. we were not abl to Induo ShnckUtou on his Soilth Polar exaction. We believe that the vast majority of our ema rwrangue about tho details of the pedition. more of our shopmen to guard against and will be done by seaplanes fly.ng ployes In all departments, as well as the vast majority of our patrons, feel In their huirts that tho Ilshooting the visitors were shown tho from Ketchikan as a base. "Very few people realize how linois Central System has dealt fairly by '.ho striking phopmen. In addition to the letters which wo adolft, Tnsty Colt's horso pistols James mild the Arctic and Anarctlc sumOfficials assert this project will be dressed to them, reasoning with them and exhorting them to let their bettor Judgment prevail, our of SiBd laTrt on tlie table while he stepped step in penetrating the unflcsrs appealed to them personally, worked with them aud did verythlng they honorably could do to In mers really are," Major Carr says. the first r a chair to hang a picture of Ford's duce them to vote against the proposed strike; to r .fuse to give up their positions after tho strike had "Tho airship of today Is capable of known sections of Alaska to enable pobeen called, and, finally, to return to the servico in time to pwervo their pension and seniority right ivHcl doing a trip to the North Pole aud' the determination of Just what unimpaired. Then followed tho old, yellow-w- rt back from London, a distance of ap- tential wealth is contained in these We hold no feeling of resentment toward those of our former shopmen who, as a result of beTiewspapers, which recounted the proximately hitherto impregnable sections of a 4,580 miles, within a ing misled, gave up their positions and the benefits, nnd privileges which tliey forint rly held. So story- oi the shooting, several giving country believed to contain vast long as vacancies exist, we shall give preference to those of our former shopmen who have not resorted week. Fuel for tho whole distance axwrtlotes showing the better side of quantities of minerals, metals, damaged company property. to violence or couldi ho carried, and no landings However, frankness compels us to itnake clear that th vacancies are being rapld'y filled. Our Se ramous bank robber. After that and other sources of wealth. need be made. This proves that mechanical forces are largely depleted at only one of tho main shop plants on tho Illinois Control Systhe iisival procedure was to sell the long wo shall have Arctic and tem. At all of our other shops our mechanical forces range all the way from substantial forces to vrarcr enchanted visitor a few curios, TAKK STKPS TO RNLAKCH more than 200 per cent of normal. This disparity has made It necessary for us to transfer somo of our Anarctlc exploration without the . piewe STATK KKFOKMATOr.Y nl plaster from around tho years of work and hardship." work train tho shops having the smallest forces to those having the largest. Tho total number ot men TJalteX hole, a piece of the picture employed In the mechanical department of the Illinois Central System on Juno 30, tho day before the o strike, was 13,507. On August 24, after almost two months or tho strike, there worn 12,65.1 employes frame, a rnng of the chair, or some Frankrort. Ky., Aug.26. Living cows re- Two hundred sixty-nin- e in tho mechanical department, of whom a very large percentage were old emplovcs who remained ai&er bit of doubtful value, at a com- - rontlv wnrA tnstpil In nnn mnnth tn conditions in the Kentucky state refaithful by refusing to strike. Therefore, on August 24, we had only 854 fower employes iu the mechanjwraUvBly fancy price. If the lamb Hopklns county formatory here-- are so bad that the ical department 'than on the day b foro tho strike. a3 a parl of tno aneurcd particularly unshorn ha movement whIch , boins carrIed on Stato Board' of Charities is faced by On July 3, tho Labor Board, by resolution, called for the formation or now organizations to tak-th- e xs orrered one of the pistols at an , t0 eradlcate bovIno tuberculosis from the immediate necessity of providing: places or thoso which had rcfuesd to abide by the decisions of tho board. The following is quoted from that resolution: urUant figure, and the gag oc- - hord , that BDCtionf accordlng t0 additional space for housing prisonWhereas, in the future submission of disputes Involving rulos. wagos and grievances of said ers. It was stated here today at a 'czstuiujty County Agent Morris M. Gordon classies of employes of the carriers it will be desirable. If not a practical necessity for the umployes of (meeting of the parole committee of Inexhaustible Relics. T"j each class on each to form some sort of an association or organization to function In tho repref!Hn nnii ni.nrrhoo.i "n "oara. as a resuu me ooarci IS ' The task of figuring how tnany sentation of said nmpoyes before the Railroad Labor Hoard In order that the offectUen'w of the planning to utilize for living quar Transportation Act may bo maintained. H3iii'Iy in IMicliigiui. ttrwKB liavo been sold, from the chair, ters a bundling now used for work-.shoNow, therefore, bo it resolved thnt It ba communicated to carriers and the employe remaining &eniles the other "original" cnrlosi in tho stvIco and tho new employes succeeding those who havo lert the sorvlco, to taRo stops as soon A. H. Hall, Casevllle, Mich., airs. antd ngaln and again, offers a flno as practciable to pertect on each carrier such organizations as may bo deemed necessary for the Tito announcement of the plans purposo above mentioned, and Job ta sbmo bright young statistician says, "I wish to thank you for your being made by the board was made He It further resolved that ir it be assumed that the employes who loavo the servico or tho carriers An'yet the "original" tmair is still . Brand good medicine. Chamberlain's by Chairman E. S. Tachau, of because or tli.lr dlsratistactlon with any decision or tho Labor Hoard are within tholr rights- in so do' Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We are. thierei Judge Alex M. Humphrey. ing it must likewise be conceded thnt the men who remain in tho sorvlce and those who onter It anew rnnm in tho front nnrt nf tliP "ever WlinoUt It In 1110 House, anil. are within their right In accepting such employm ent that they are not strikebrea&ura. seeking to I am sure It saved our baby's life .'"emher of the board and commission- An "house is still kept for visitors'. imposo the arbitrary will or an employer on employes that tlioy have the .moral a well as 'legal cuunu im&uiuiiwum, juaepu I'. thta Slimmer. t lie. oiliS ijilush sofa stands against right to engage in such service or the American public to avoid Interruption or Indispensable tho IJyenr-Mich- .. railroad Mrs. Mary Carrington, Casevllle, transportation and that they arc entitled to the protection or every department and branch or the ffva. wall, right under tho plcturo Thero are aovr 8fl() wlllta ntl 3115 Government, state and national. says. "I havo used Chambor- which was being hung by James negro prisoners in tho Institution. In response to the resolution ot the Labor Hoard, the employes or the whrn lie was shot down by his old Iain's; Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy i Thore or the Illinois Central System havo perfect cl their own organization, as follows:mechanical donartment !V'e 4S() cells lntho '"l,lt0 sec" for years and It has always given In tha center of tho room Association of Machinists, Halpors and Apprentices, tlon. and C4S in tha negro section. 111 TV. art center tublo on nrmnnt rpllnf " A'noclntlon of Hoilermakers. Molp-rand Apprentices, Tho white cells are 4 VjXVt feet, and Association of Blacksmiths. Helpers and Apprentices, d kerossno wUfcl rested a the negro cells 3.10x7 Ms feet. CHURCH OX WIIKIOLS Association of Sheet metal Workers, Helpers and Apprentices, luasp. and beside the lamp lay two j HPRKADINO Association of Cnnmen. Helpers nnd Apprentices. OOSPKL placed: there by the bandit XKWSPAI'KR VIKU'tf .Sras. Association of Electricians. Helpers and Apprentices. wfcm lio entered tho house. For foregoing organizations furnish tho machinery through which ropresontatlvos or tho employ.-Chicago, Aug. 26. A church on .Tnt? house, an old frmnie building may ut any timo obtain confer nces with representatives of the management Outlook It seoms nlmos'. as if In wheels that is the latest r.'llgious arise which cannot be composed, the way is always open for an appeal to the Labor rw act among tho trees on tho top of a innovation in this part of tho coun- congress wero some kind of alien Hoard Thoteel" Ing among the employes or our mechanical department u regard to .hu . VanV-t!U looks JttHt as one would government set over us by some fordclrabHlt ..J these organiza- try. Is evidenced by the tact that only 185 railed to Join them. tlons Kipeel a bandit king's home to look. It U' on exhibition at Wllmette, a eign enemy. Of course, 01m thing In closing this communication, we desire to avail ourelves of i Iv iIfw hundred yards to tho south cpre thanks or the management to those shopmen w ho have remain "llovaamf-Hii?f.??li.' .' suburb of Chicago. It is one of the we all know very well is that we who lr,;h Ulnff.s loom, while all around three chupol cars of the. Catholic tie so scornful of cor.grs. ary throug which wo have been passing and have help ed us to discharge our Ihe" lo d .3ielsonse tho unpaved, We have made congress V. II. MAIIK-II.1Church Kxtonsiion Society, of which . t l f k. It dSneots seem to recall the old stage cC. 4. A ia Proide.it, Illinois Central HyMcni. "' 'riuaiu the Rt. Rov. Mgr. Francis C. Kolley. '" ""' """ "" coach routes. Thero am but ono or ot Chicago, is presideht. h,ul a 8ense ot humor the N Ttouscs in plain view of the. hev could Dally hundreds of Catholics and t0 '""S'1 nt themselves ixnd thcae are far onough away ,oa"y ,ak" omo Pleasure in the fun others visit tho "church on wheels" tu bejxout the Idea ot seclusion. the5r I,IBke r tll0,r 0Wtt "wndlwork. and attend oorvlcus. Visitors Now. IVv would lLfco to run on a presidential stato of Illinois purposes to disregard public, .. Tho car. named tho "St. Paul," congre33 on his hands at "lJut tliert are few visitors to tho Wal1 Strcet Journal Bonf consld-In- g ticket with Bryan. I.et us write the (ho first principles of orderly gov- opce. a combined' church and rtctory. Seat- J'uBBe James landmark now. Tho obi accommodations or niarrlaBe until you know how platform: Tho world is flat and ernment. It 13 (imo to know It and and kneollng htraB Tins not boon painted since tho ou ca afr1-'- for a raiUo sct' man descended from mud. to hi Ing somo moro of recti vo presaro provided for fifty.four people; It luuch Philadelphia North American -ftandil was killed. Hoards, baro and sure to boar. n confessionThu chler dlffcronco botwoen tho roUlng. window lights out and a has a permaneut altar, Cleveland Plain Dealer Tho InTruth If your rollglou and your al, a library, a kitchen and quarters Turkish atrocities and tho Herrln U rft?iWlnK foundation are. the only ot the safety pin left an ostnte business won't mix them's someProvidonco Journal Can anybody for tho misslonarlfs nnd attendants. ventor guess who Is going to pay Tor tho that sometimes the Turks aro punishwlward sign of a landmark that once valued at $4,000,000. He deserved thing wrong with your buslmss. Tho Rov. B. J. McGulnness. LL. D.. ed. coul strlko? all, and more bachelors, from is In chatgo of tho car. It will re- it on. simply can't gel any comConstitution Why do Atlanta main at Its present location for ti birth sort. Sioux City Tribune Tho souato GREEN OLIVE PEPPER CORN they call a roadstor "chummy" Just weok or two and will then bo taken fort out of tho other has put a tariff or 6D por cont ad ' 011 a tour ot tho Kast to d'omonstrato becausu you have to crawl through valorem Kansas City Star Sotuo represenj ( Corn suuti5d to Eastern Catholics tho work that the carburetor to get Into the auxil- protect ou slllc cloth. This Is to peppers tho hard working silkworms and olives is n with green Tho tatives from tho Virgin Islands aro iary seat? dono elsewhere. has been delicious dish that nt Iowa Irom tho competition ot New York to learn what effect the may bo prepared in a fow minutes. "church on wheols" has hud four in pauper worms of Japan. Once tried it will bo renoatod fre In Tixas prohibition has on a country. Tltoy j yours of continuous service Boston Trauscript Tho doctor quently each year when corn on uro In lite right church, but the and Louisiana, carrying the minissays that tho pcoplo do not drluk Washington Herald Do Valera's tho cob is obtainable. Hero is an wrong pew, trations ot the church to Catholics onough water, and thero sucms to bo countrymen may yat uso us a slogan excellent recipe: Isolated' in some, cases hundreds of wuy to make .thorn drink It except "Ho kopt Ingredients: Six ears sweet corn us. out ot peace." Johnny Shell of no Colllor's Undo (uncooked) ; miles from a Catholic church. to prohibit it. teaspoon 1.14 yours. About salt j ThotiBinds of Catholics, who had Koutucky Is dead at teaspoon Sprlngriold Republican Tonty-fou- r ono green sweot popper; paprika; to get old, but ho one cup been unable to hoar mess in yours, nil ho did was Toronto Star A mark, a rublo or Michigan runners havo paid choppod Spanish green olives; two havo boon located, by tho throw chapel bncani- famous becausu ho did that n krott r of thoso who'd caro to bo fines aggregating $600 In court as tablcspoonfuls buttor. cars now lu operation. Tho other two hotter than uuy other man. 1o h4 I a (3 Cut corn from cob. Itemovo seeds tho owner? But sturdy values still tho rosult ot a tarring and FT a tiro known ns tho "St. Anthony," surround thu dollar and tho sterling ing oplsode. It's a bright feather- and whito flbro from tho sweet llorald-Stn- r Tho Steubenvllla spot in Popper. Gut ami tho "St. Potor." All aro under tho peppor into fino pound. tho dark history or.mob violence. ' strips and cook fivo minutes In tho of tlu Extension healing processes ot pouro havo gono tho supervision longer considered so fur that It is no butter. Add tho corn und cook for Soololy. Philadelphia RecordOuo Providence Builutlu It such atroten to fifteen minutes, stirring to territory atlll good form to talk about cooties, Almost limitless t aro help sympathizing with a president prevent burning. Add the salt, pa- cities us the Herrln massacr awulu tho visit of chapel car mis Tolodo Blade Voliva says he permitted to go unpunished, it the who has two big strikes and one nnJPrilta and etccn olives. Servo, sionaries. IFAKE HF JESSE Illinois Central System ISSSmI 1 m-id- 11 - "'lZ:' ,'"", wlX '' -- -- ! fair-mind- ed er bo-fo- re pi. - ' ! s pink-globe- s i little-travele- Sic -- t to . cot-aj;- - 111 I I cigarettes ono-four- th one-eigh- th They are GOOD! JO ' .,.. WiM.- - , MO. BIDS FAREWELL TO TELEPHONE MULES Knltliful Anlmuls Fight Agaiast Motor- lied Vehicle. A bit of telephono hlrtory was recorded the other day when the of buildings and supplies of the Southwestern Bell Tele-phoCompany uttached his signature to an order for the sale of a team of mules. Time was when St. Louis stables of the company were the home of 138 of the proverbially cantankerous hut highly efficient animals. The two mules In question were the- last of 'tho lot. Missouri traditional domain of the mule and connected with its history as an econtilc factor by ties that are far moro intimate than that of mere alliteration has seen its last telephone mule team. A telephone system operated efficiently and economically implies the efficient and economical construction and maintenance of its widely distributed plant. The passing of Missouri's last telephone mule team affords a striking illustration of the progress which 1st being made thruout the Bell Telephone System is constantly improving Its service stan- Put Up Lowing L.s-- h UWv ! wTIimI fct Contents lBTluid Draohnl CASTORi For Infants and Chiltheott. no fSm$ Birr'" r?nifni.-.- Mothers Know That Genuine Gaston .. i nc- usimilalinucrooa oy.n..i.s i 1inithcStMchsnirfDccbj h 1 PEH CENT. ii kVoAoUUteVretui&licxihtk- - Jl Triumph for Value past two months Firestone IN thebuilt and marketed more tires than in any similar period in its history. This steadily increasing public preference is proof of the recognition by car owners of the greater values offered by Firestone. It is a tribute to Firestone men all stockholders in the company all actuated by the operating principle of Most Miles per Dollar. t i I rvorf,ifneSHdR&WB""l -"-.. .!..,. Mineral. KotKAhootw Jfcfa tf0tinrWma,ocm Always Bears the Signature of Ml are universally equipping with Firestone Cords. Or jf.lr in There are many reasons for the high quality of Firestone tires but chief among the special manufacturing procthus esses are double eliminating internal friction by insulatg cure, ing each cord strand, and and perfectly insuring a shaped product. gum-dipping, Mi!. YSuiUmMlmf k t.Afnri1 Remedy for ConstipntionandDiarrlioc vr 4i - air-ba- well-balanc- lnultin4lhcttffonjjnWiyrMSimi!cSi4nstot jCDnAvnGcjowa: NEW XiJgBj SEEsubT dards. Before the march of motorlration tho tolcphone mule has given ground, even as the redskin and the buffalo havo receded before tho steady advance of tho white settler. Missouri and many other western states, as well as practically the entire east, are whom you know. to a large extent motorized as far as tho Bell System is concerned. Seven thousand eight hundred cars enough to of various descriptions provide a transport division for a very fair army expeditionary forces nre In use throughout the associated companies of the system. Some or these belong to the Ford family, with modifications as to type to adapt each variety to the specific use to which it Is to be put. The major part of this fleet is classified under the beading of commercial cars being mainly made up of cars of the Hartford, Ky. HARTFORD MOTOR CO. light delivery type, used In construc'Beaver Dam, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. tion or repair work. Even th runaBeaver Dam, Ky. bouts used by f.iant department suCASEBIER & SON J. F. pervisors in cjvering their tenltory are equipped with a box la the rear the immediate future, hold more of the seat for carrying tools and r GIGANTIC OCEAN than twenty or thirty passengers, and light materials used In repair work. BIBLE THOUGHTS PLANE FORECAST bombing airplanes! will bo unable As a matter of fact there are only a This Week to carry much more than. 15,000 few hundred com in tho entire system Bible ThoothU nemortud. vfll pror pounds' weight of explosives. which are used exclusively for Schedule on yncMN Mnun w uw jcwi. "Freight machines will, of course, work, these being assigned IIosIh Is Predicted Hy bo kept as distinct from passenger to supervisory forces for use In inDutch Aviator. machines as are goods trains and exspection or other work necessitating presses de luxe on a railway line. TIUED AND PROVED: Aa for covorlng a large territory. Aug. 25. "The airplane London, To Rival Ocean Liners. From thlsi "mosquito fleet" of God, his way is perfect; the word of of the future will be at once the "In twenty years time the Atlantic the Lord la tried; he Is a buckler to light cars the motor equipment of ghastly arid sublime machine will be bridged by an air service .most all tl.e-- that trust in him. 2 Srm. the system runs up thru trucks of ever created by the hand of man." running five or six times a day. in various grades, many of which are stntement of M. An- fifty years'time I prophesy that the 12C1 ThlB is the With- equipped with the most modern conWITHHOLD NOT GOOD: thony Fokker, the celebrated Dutch machines will contain all the comapparatus. The nirplano inventor, who is now in forts and distractions of a big ocean hold not good from them to whem it struction or repair Is due, when It Is in the power of 2,500 trucks owned by the system England, securing designs and plans liner. ton mathine hand to do It. Proverbs :t"7. range from three-quartwhich he will use In his work in fur"Palm courts and orchestras, giants used In GREAT THINGS: Fear Mir. Lord chines to fifteen-to- n thering military and commercial dance floors' and dining rooms, card and serve him In truth for consider hauling heavy loads of cable and aviation In the United States. rooms and lounges, all will be there. how great things ho hath done for other "materials. Airplane services crossing the At- The Journey will take twenty-fou- r you. 1 Samuel 12:24. Tho motorization of the telephone lantic five or six times a day and hours. LORD SEES ALL: For tho eyes system began In earnest only about airplanes capable of destroying en"The war was tar too short to de- af the Lord run to and fro throughout six or eight years ago, after a few tire cities in a few hours, are the velop aircraft. the wholet earth, to show himself automobiles and trucks had been inpredictions which Fokkor makes. "The nsxt war will see the utter strong In behalf of those whoso heart troduced experimentally as a suppleDepend on Motor. Impotence of the battleship. The 2 Chron. ment to vehicles drawn by horses or "The airplane of the future de- normal procedure of attack from the is perfect toward him. mules. The motor vehicle has conentirely on motor and air will not be direct. The weakest 16:9. pends almost Not every clusively proved its value, not only WHO SHALL ENTER: fuel development," Fokker says. "If part of a battleship la its bottom. Lord, from the standpoint of economy but this continues at the same rate of That Is whore it will bo attacked. one that salth unto me. Lord, shall enter Into the kingdom of heav-- from that of enabling construction progress we shall very shortly have Depth charge bombs will bo released but he that docth the will of my and maintenance gangs to do-- their completely noiseless (machines racing on either side of the doomed ship. Father which is in heaven. Matthew work more quickly and with less inevery twenty minutes as regularly "Condenser system, pipe system, 7:21. dividual effort.. This has been parin all as the modern train service tanks and all will be wrecked by a Bless-InUS GIVE THANKS: ticularly true "of the larger trucks LET directions. bombs, while couple of D, and glory, and wisdom, and' hon carrying winches, derricks and as ' "The actual size and speed of the a third bomb will rip the bottom our, and thanksgiving, and power, sociated equipment, with power supmachines will not Increase so enor- clean out. I should hate to be in the and might, be unto our God for ev- plied by the engine of the machine employed. navy mously as the numbers for the next war. Itself, which havfl literally revolu er and ever. Revelation 7:12. Some 120 unllesi per hour, with a "The airplane of the future will THE BEAUTY OF. HOLINESS: tionized the work oi nanuung poies, miles, range of several hundreds of indeed bo at once the most ghastly uncables and other heavy material. In will be the standard model for com- and eubllmo machine ever created by Give unto the Lord tho glory duo to his name bring an offering, and fact, the truck engine Is being made purposes during the next ten mercial tho hand of man." come before him; worship the Lord to do practically all types of heavy years. 1 Chroniwork which were formerly done by In the beauty of holiness. not, in "Passsnger machines will Just "What She Needed. cle 16:29. the workmen themselves. Telephone "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's . Presa. Tablets some time ago, and they prov. Tho Uettt Advertisement. ed to be Just what I needed," writes BAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Despondency. Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chlllicothe, Mo. Tho best advertisement any mer"They not only relieved me of indi- chant can have is a satisfied cus pE OLE 'OMAN BIN WEAHIN' Sufferers from indigestion are apt gestion, but toned up my liver and tomer. No greater recommendation MOUiW TWEU MISS LUCY to become discouraged and feel that rid ne of backache and dizziness that can be srlven an article than tho fol complete recovery is not to be hop611 1EK MT LOUD WAIS I had been subject to for some time. lowing by E. B. Mllburn, Prop., Qulon ed for. No one could make a greatTbTHER pAY EN LAW, They did me a world of good and I Drug Store, Guion, Ark. "We havo er mistake. Hundreds havo been will always speak a good word for sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy MAN. SHE AIN' WEAHIN' permanently cured by taking Chamm. hpni " mou'nin no mo' CEPN for years and have always found that berlain's Tablets and can now . m eat anything that they crave. These FOR EXTRACTED it gives perfect satisfaction." JES' UW BE WAIS DOWN.',' COLOR GRADES tablets strengthen tho stomach and 1IONKV TO UK ESTABLISHED A RKASON FOR EVERYTHING enablo it to perform its .functions naturally. If you have not tried them Samples of honey are being receivm "So you are not sending Eric to do so at once. ed by tho United States Department college?" of Agriculture from benkeopors in all No you see, he Isn't going into a KENTON IIKNS LEAD IN parts of tho country in connection broker's office, bo It really Isn't JULY EGG PRODUCTION with tho work of establishing relia- necessary." Life. honey. ble color grades for extracted Lexington, Ky.,Aug. 26 Sixty-si- x A new typo of spectrophotometer will Barred Plymouth Rock hens ownwork, which will be be used in this ed by Harry.A. Donig, Kenton, KenFOR FLETCHER'S done by agriculturists of the departton county, led tho state's 47 demonment In cooperation with tho Division stration poultry flocks in July egg of Grades and Standards of the BuHerbine Is the medlclno that cures production with an average of 20.9 reau of Agricultural Economics. It eggs produced by each hen, accordIs also planned to use tho honeys' ex- biliousness, malaria and constipation. investigations, The The first dose makes you feel bet ing to an announcement by J. H. amined in other pollen content of the honeys will be ter, a few additional doses cures Martin, In charge of poultry work at The 47 Identified by the mlchochoaitcal la- completely. "Price 60c. Sold by Ohio the College of Agriculture. flocks are being conducted as dem- MptMT tMIH boratory of the Dureau of Chemistry. County Drug Co. ! rM. m n car-owne- rs 5,-0- The high average performance of Firestone Cords is without equal in the annals of tire making and is reflected by the general tendency to specify Firestone for hard service. Taxicab and bus lines, buying tires by the mile, Don't speculate in tires you will find the right combination of price and quality in Firestone. Come in and let us tell you about the service these Cords are giving other Use For Over Thirty Years narrr Exact Copy of Wrapper. CASTORi THE B OINTUOawN MIW CtTT. E2 .Sold by Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper. .For Tranfc-Atlunt- er lc prestige and' reputation. .11 is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. at Maintains its own news bureaus at "Washington an3 Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press.. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922,.TJie Courier-Journal is the daily newspaper you will need. By special arrangements we are now able' to offer er THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L n; THE REPUBLICAN Both one year, by mail, for only $5.75: This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, fcafi only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New may. it desired, start at a latter date, and renewals icES date from expiration of present ones. It you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute T5i Louisville Times tor The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. 000-pou- Children Ory OASTO R 'A . recommended poultry practices. Other flocks among the ten highest producing ones for the month together with their owners and average egg production for the month follow: Twenty Barred Plymouth Hocks, Mrs. W. O. Kiric, Phllpot, Daviess county 18.9 eggo; 100 Light Brahams and White Leghorns, Mrs. Paul Breckinridge McQuady, county, 17.8 eggs; 50 Barred Plymouth Rocks, Mrs. H. O. Smith, Campbellsvllle, Taylor county, 10,1 eggs; 139 White Leghorns, Mrs. 8. J. county, 15.4 Howard, Henderson eggs; 1G0 White Wyandottes, J. T. Wilson, Henderson .Henderson county 14.8 eggs; 397 White Leghorns, John Reld, Owensboro, Daviess county, 14.7 ggs; 00C White Leghorns, J. w. Anderson, Covington, Kenton county, 14.4 eggs; 91 Barred Plymouth Rocks, Mrs. A. C. Bird, Independence, Kenton county, 13.9 eggs, and 138 White Leghorns, J. B. Pitt, Fairfield, Nelson county, 13.5 eggs. g ' onstratlons by their owners who are UEKIt KEG CORK POrtf MAN IN KYK; HESJCKS. cooperating with the college extension division in showing the value of Akron, O., Aug. 26. An Tun-sulta- ble cork," which popped, feanu a keg full of temperance drink keswni as "cream beer," is responsiU e suit for $50,950 alleged datsaaaui filed by Jacob Burger against tede Renner Products Company. Declaring that tho company- - tested to tip him oft that the kegrcL'lUtrT would generate a "kick', or-- &R. Burger told tho court that twelve wooka of his time, tha;B3tf of 'his right eye and 25 per eca2;ar the vision of his other eyo. Burger stated that when be bcasftt tho temperance drink the coBaiair gave him something to put inta. tin keg "to mnko tho beer suftaW 5 tho trade." The cork, designated by Burswr ft.s 'unsuitable' hit him In the rfsht ts.-Jbm-thnQ-Ku- CASTOR'A Children CryFOR FLETCHER'S - n -- ed without leaving a gapping wound, tho scar from which rarely over Is effaced. Convince the subject that your earnest desire Is to help, go to IliWIMicd Weekly by pAJVTFOUD l'lUNTING COJIPANY him clothed In the right character of garb and you, from the first, havo Incorporated him In the proper framo of mind to nccept criticism that will be weighed W. S. TINSMtf. Editor nnd pondered o'er and in the great and Business Manager. mnjorlty of cares appropriated for may be deemed worth, proaccording to law at tuo what It JEntored Ky., as wail vided tho criticised Is worth your fostofflcc, Hartford, honest effort'. In no other way can Vfttter of the second class. your man. If we could forto ever rid ourselves of the spirit of Inaddress all communications tolerance and self'exaltatlon nnd the SHo Hartford Republican. Insatiable deslro to outshln tho "common herd" thero would be a lot less NOTICE xo sunscimiEits Babscribers desiring the paper sent of the criticism wo would criticise "y a now hddress must give the old Mdreas in making tho request. iikubkkt Business Locals and Notices 10c lino, and 8c per llje for each Insertion. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Holland were Obituaries, Resolutions end Cards and Mrs-- S. V. 6c for the guests of lc it Thanks, lino per word, arid money Flowers Sunday.Mr. and slgnautre, uca bead (at advance. Miss Nina Burdetto was tho guest Church Notices for sorvices free, of Miss Myrtle Reynolds Saturday nt other advertisements, lc per night and Sunday. word. will Mr. and Mrs. Frank Chambers and Anonymous communications TOcalve no attontlon. baby, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell Cham bers of Owensboro, were tho guests TELEPHONE of Mrs. Nora Chambers Sunday. C9 Farmers Mutual .' Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mllllgan entertained tho young people of this septeshier i neighborhood Sunday afternoon, at natnAV their home. Mrs. Tug Huff has bean tho guest and of her dnughter, Mrs. Jesse Lyons, James M. Cox seems to have been during the past week. Tunning for President of 'the U. S. A., Mr. and Mrs. Myrtle Floyd and -while touring In Germany. baby were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sunday. Sweden has just had a Volstead Henry Mllllgan Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lyons are the We don't election and remains wet. baby, born August Temember whether Pussyfoot John-Eo- n parents of a girl 23. ' perambulated through the land Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Crowe of near of the Sweedes or not. Owensboro were guests of Mr. and That Dam Volstead built Is still Mrs. Tug Huff Sunday. Miss Mario Day, of Whltesvllle. ."holding In Johnstown, notwlthstand-Jn- g the City's Mayor Issued a permit was the guest of friends here, last week. .3or its flooding by beer of old contents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hawkins visited Mrs. Hawkins' parents, Mr. and Royal, of Fordsville, SunJf tome fool woman don't want to jlr3, do Home trading she had better not day. oiler some of these Hartford women Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gillespie were n hundred dollars per month for guests of relatives In- Whlifesvllle the things generally known as Sunday. MrsY Amanda Stewart has returned from Gatewood, where she-- has Maybe when Henry Ford closes been- the guest of her sister, Mrs. IiIh .Lizzie plants on September 16, ne Fred Lambert. can find time In which to return to Miss Mary Frances Skinner, who sthe Government all of those war-tim- e has been attending school at Bowling profits as he promised he would, Green, returned home last week. and which reports say he has thus far overlooked. TAXI SERVICE It may be according to form, good taste and ethics for a lady elllglble Call Home rhone CI for dependaand possessing a marriageable turn ble taxi service anywhere, anytime. of, mind to wear a green ribbon as For night service call 82. outward evidence of the fact, but.lt Special rates to Owensboro Fair. looks a bit like going on the marJ. GLENN BARNES, Hartford, Ky. ket, on th? block, so to speak. Per-Jia- 10t3 we are of the class known as HAW) KXOB "old foggy" and don't see it In the aright light. Rev. Rlggs of Beaver Dam, is never falls or The Courler-Jotunholding a revival meeting at this belitTcfusas an opportunity to cafct tling petty slurs at President Hard- place. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Leach are now ing. In Tuesday's editorial columns giving their many friends and relathe Courier undertook to make a tives a big surprise by announcing correction of a former article wheretheir marriage, which took place in Secretary Hoover was alleged to Junn 11th. In Indiana. May they 3ia-vbeen misquoted and went a long long and happy life together -way round In order to get In Its U- have a is the wish of all who know them. tile "stuff" on Harding. Mrs. W. W. Webster and father, Mr. E. P. Sandefur, of Sebree, are Too many of us are ever too reaneighbordy to pass critical judgment upon guests of relatives In this acquaintances and hood. neighbors, our Mr. and Mrs. Perry Westerfield only by reports those whom read. We know of no were guests of Mr. W. Cook, and lieard and class exempt from this, our criticism. family Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Taylor and Thero Is a vast difference between analyzed or constructive criticism or family were guests of Mrs. Taylor's judgment If It sounds more pleasant, parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith, .fini mere critical criticism for Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach and to of picking ttho sole purpose ylecee tho foundation upon which the baby, Delols, Mrs. C. W. Wallace and Taylor criticised seeks to stand. If the daughter, Ruth, Mrs. Susan son, of criticism be of that, and and Mrs. Ezra Crowder and little character were guests of Mrs. Ella ottered In the spirit we have in Kenneth, mind, the shnrp tongued critic only Taylor Sunday. Misses Lois, Waunetta and Bessie drlvos tho criticised to cling closer especally Cook are on the sick list. to his position, this is Messrs. Boyd, Floyd nnd Elton and true if judgment bo passed in a mat--te- r Ira Davis have returned home from roliglon and not Inof politics or Evansvllle, Ind. frequently is this true If the Mr. Elmer Sandefur left Monday m-or of one's morals. The where he has a posiwoman who falls to strike back, who for Arkansas, In a store. lalte to resent and rebell when criti- tion School Is progressing nicely with cised by one whom he regards as "simply a meddler, in a spirit distaste- Mr. W. B. Leach, teacher. of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stewart, ful and with motives not apparently Cromwell, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sot his good, but to belittle him and Taylor of this place, Friday anake his position or acts seem unten- Everett Saturday. able, Is not worth redeeming and of night and Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Smith and famcommunity. 1rnt little account to the ily wore cueels of Mr. and Mrs. Edd -"Wo recently heard a man, a preacher, I of Cromwell, Saturday night Tefer to a certain collection of other Drake Sunday. individuals nono of whom happen to and "belong to his particular ect or cred, BOND PRICES as a bunch of hypocrite, all because they do not seo things as ho does, he100.80 jirirt Aid not do certain things Liberty 3H:S wished that they do. That criticism Liberty 1st 4s ' 100.13 was not of tho constructive variety. Liberty 2d 4s 100.58 seems to us that it may havo been Liberty 1st 4', is tit 100.12 offcrod In a spirit wholly contrary Liberty 2d 4Vs 100.30 to lh& Injunction, to Judge not etc. Liberty 3d 4 h 100.40 Jia a mater of fact wo do not believe Llborty 4th 4V4s the average, Intelligent human Vietory 3 i a that 100.70 mind is cnpablo of withholding Judg- Vlatory The abovo quotations do not Inment, but It ned not he for the purpose of hurting the other fellow's clude accrued Interest, which I feelings. If honest efforts wer al udd( from date of previous coupon -payment to dmo of sale-- , ways made criticism could b. offer (The Hartford Republican STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) We wouldn't give any more for Bill Hohenzollcrn's autobiography than wo would for I .D. Claire's biography of Battle Nail. Bob Walker gained five pounds In weight, In three days after the Association at Beaver Dam. ANNOUNCEMENT OF you-reac- Hartford Graded and High School For 1922-2- 3 Meditation- and planning go hand-In-hawith success. Hesitation Is as taking tho aiding while opportunity speeds by on tho main line. nd al If w.o have to do without coal next winter wo nro consoled by tho thought that we won't havo to be pestered with files and mosquitoes. Tom Sims says "Thero Is no vacation for a man who likes to fish." And we'll bo dadgummed If we don't bellevo he's right, flshln's our long suit, or would bo If wo could get to It. Hartford Graded and High School Will Begin Work . Monday, September 4 " We saw a fellow carrying home a gorman carp one day recently that ho bought from n fisherman who was selling buffalo fish. Sometimes one gets buffaloed when he least thinks of it. Most generally that's when j it happens. I The usual opening exercises will be held in the school auditorium at 8:30 in the morning. All patrons and friends of the school'are urged to be present. A large attendance is expected and the outlook is very promising for a splendid year's work. The grade teachers are the same as last year, Miss Taylor and Miss Moore having spent the summer at the Western Kentucky State Normal. The Truancy Law will be rigidly enforced throughout the year, making it necessary for all children between seven and fourteen to attend regularly. On account of crowded conditions no children under the school age will be received. Children outside the Graded School District will be received on payment of regular tuition. After Joo Wilson got his player-- 1 piano In, greased up and everything, he turned the juice on nnd in than two hours wo got three tele phone calls from people wanting to know what kind of carnival we had started in our end of the burg. Doc Riley has moved his "Lizzie" to a new parking district. He spots her along side of Joo Wilson's place across and up the Alley. And, to be truthful about tho matter we confess to our lonesomcness since Doc has moved his stopping nnd starting place, although wo don't havo to use the radio to hear her commence. Later He has moved It back again. We had a surprise birthday dinner .Monday, as a general proposition we have been living on beans, corn, tomatoes, buttermilk and bread, and wife for the birthday event our changed the order of menue, making It bread, buttermilk, tomatoes, corn Htul beans. Besides our wife and ourself no others were present. Even our one lodger dined out on that day, both noon and evening. Rol Riley, Loulo Fulkerson and Mack Fogle, who attended the Ky. Bankers' convention at West Baden. Ind., arrived one afternoon and left They were tho next morning. rounded up and were present at tho fight to the finlshof a vicious badger and bulldog, their first and only night In the "Hoosier" city. Too much rough stuf they said, for threo such unsophisticated youths as they claim to be, hence they beat it for home at th break of day the first morning after a big night out. We sure did think lots of I. D. Claire's defense of Bat Nail In his I The High School Faculty will be the same as last year, with the addition of a Vocational Domestic Science teacher, Mrs. Gertrude Wallingford Heavrin, a graduate of the University of Kentucky. Five teachers will be em ployed in High School work, offering three courses, Vocational Agriculture, Vocational Domestic Science and Classical. Three teachers will give their time to the classical work. fash--lon- ed THE H. H. S. WIZARD will be continued with Mr. Hulbert Crowder, Senior, Editor-in-Chie- f. - THE WATER SYSTEM is being overhauled and an ample supply of water is assured. r- -- r j. H. B. CARSON, Chainnan, u. u. HUNTER, Secretary. . pa Ha week's communication. jumped on Old Doc Williams for ex' posing some of Bat's escapades In the long, long ago, and at tho same time with apparent malice confessed that he would not print that biography of Battle because It was too largely made up of just such incidents as Doc mentioned. We like Bat, ho uses our telephone tho year round, , drinks our ice water thru tho sum- mer and warms by our fire during tho chilly winds of every winter. We demand that I. D. C. offer due apolo- gy to Bat. last ' , j ' e Call on Tho Rcpiibllrtm for Flm Job Trim luff. I JJb HHk ( J I M v ln&wSTCiftTniinnTnTmnnTnrrmmiiKimiiirw THE FLORSHEIM SHOE If "" ilWnnnMffiJ' N (j , 4 critl-clsm'l- io Come In And See THE HAMPTON ' The New Monarch Range Its graceful linec will appeal to you it is exceptionally attractive. But the MONARCH is more than god looking it is built for service and economy. Malleable Iron as used in the MONARCH insures lasting satisfaction and reduced fuel bills. We are offering some wonderful values so come in and. see A fine Florsheim that is worn by a great many men for its slim, trim shape. It is roomy yet looks narrow. Made of soft, velvety calfskin. Good to look at and easy to wear. . - -- I COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. FOR THE MAN THE MONARCH MALLEABLE 4s jiQo The "Stay Satisfactory" Range 'WHO CARES ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. r 4 Phyto Sallcl for Rhoumntlem. Ilale-tlo- s, I'byto Salic! clfans tho Liver. HIGH STANDARDS WIDE EXPERIENCE '' i Mrs. J. II. Plrtlc, city, loft MonBarbed Wire and Field V. n. ELLIS & BRO., day for Denton, III., where she la lOtf the guest of her sister, Mrs. C. A. Frlnr. She will return tho first of; TO PROFIT BY THE EXPERIENCE OF MASTERS TEACHERS who The Ohio County Fair will b big- tnxt week. aro familiar with tho solution of your prnblivn; wlro liavo trained bun-drc- rf ger and better than cvar before. of yoiinK men nnd yoiinK success business; ttlio nro Look for the tan awning with the ready now to ml vino ou, nnd plan women for Course In your purpose a Business 1012 Don't ink's It. for In our word "HEG'S" when you arc lookDAY OR EVENING SCHOOL ing for an place to got your Wells, Is very 111 nt the cold Mrs. BE A BOOKKEEPER drinks, hot lunches, ico cream, borne of her son, Mr. llunyan Wells, candy etc. ($65 to $200 per Month.) city. and Mrs. Wells, OUR COURSE Little Miss Su NlnaLautcrwasser, "Bookkeeping by 'Actual Business' from start to finish!" Slnglo Entry Miss Margaret Williamson, of returned Wednesday from Owensbp'-r- and Double Entry, Retnlllng, Wholesaling, Partnership, Corporation, Comspent the week-en- d with whero she had been tho guest of mission, Bnnklng, Manufacturing, Office Managemont, Business Practice, Mlsg Leila Glenn, city. her aunt, Miss Ina Dlack, for sev- Business Penmanship, Business English, Commercial Arithmetic, Rapid CalOur advance fall styles in Ladies' Coat Suits, culation", Business Spelling, Punctuntlon, Correspondence, Commercial Law, eral days. Commerce and Industry, Salesmanship nnd Economics. Misses Alberta and Loralne Greer, Cloaks and Dresses are in our house ready for your of lledn, spent Sunday as guests of Mrs. Laura Stevens, who recently BECOME AN ACCOUNTANT Prof, and Mrs. O. D. Carson, city. inspection. To say they are pretty is putting it mildspent several days, with trlends nnd ($200 to $500 per Month.) relatives In Hartford and Heaver Miss Gorln Flcner of tho Cromwell Dam, ly. They are beautiful in style and excellent in THE "NATIONAL COURSE OF ACCOUNTANCY'" has relumed to her homo In country, visited relatives In Hartford Personal Instruction in Constructive Accounting Auditing. Inpnmn Tut Louisville. Laws and Procedure Cost Accounting, Credits, Business Administration, Wednesday and Thursday of the qualities and much lower in price. If you are inCorporation Accounting, Farm Accounting, Advertising, Exporting, C. P. A. LOST Hunch of Keys on Denver Problems and Economic Science. terested in an early buy, you should not fail to see our Dam and Horton road, near Iron QUALIFY FOR THE STENOGRAPHIC POSITION Misses Hula King and Rauluh bridge. $5.00 reward. Notify Mooro, city, spent tho week-en- d aB ($5Q to $75 per Month) H. J. DOYD, guests of Miss Willie Llndley of 3t Martwlck, Ky. A GUIDE BOARD TO SUCCESS n, Grrgg Touch Typewriting, Business English, Commercial Spelling, Punctuation, Correspondence, Duslness Training, Sam n. Snell of McIIenry, return- Business Penmanship, (Including Shorthand Penmanship drills), Offico Mrs. Lcatha McKlnney of Jenkins, Is making an extended visit with her ed Sunday from Cincinnati, Ohio, Training (Including Manfoidlng, Indexing, Filing, Tabulating, Copying and. parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Flener, where ho spent the previous week Billing.) visiting his uncle, Mr. Wnrron G. PROSPECTIVE TEACHERS TRIPLY INSURE YOUR SUCCESS, YOUR. of near Cromwell. Denton and other relatives. INDEPENDENCE, YOUR LEARNING POWKR. LOOK AHEAD. TAKE OUR John D.. son of Dr. and Mrs. A. H. COMMERCIAL TEACHERS' TRAINING COURSE THE COJIMERCIAL Miss (iusso Dennett, after spendniloy, city, spent Tuesday and WedTEACHERS' PROFESSION PAYS (?150 to $300 per month.) ing her vacation In Hartford with nesday with Mr. and Mrs. HIchard Bookkeeping Theory, Methods and Technique of Shorthand, Methods and. her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. S. E. DenGentry, of Cromwell. nett, left last Saturday for Decatur, Practice Teaching of Penmanship, Typewriting Normal, Advanced, Business English, Commercial Correspondence, Arithmetic Normal, History of Commerce, Constructive Accounting, Auditing and History of Banking, Office Mrs. Oscar Dlsbop has returned Ala., to resume her position. Training, Commercial and Industrial Geography, Business Law, Salesmanfrom LaGrange, where she had been n, Mrt John H. Dames, President of ship and Business Efficiency, Practice Teaching and Observation, School tho gii'fit of her sister, Mrs. Will Organization, Commercial Methods and Parliamentary Law. for several days. the Heaver Dam Deposit Bank, BeaEARN WHILE YOU LEARN REGISTER with the HOME STUDY ver Dam, attended the meeting of DEPARTMENT D. Holbrook and the Kentucky Bankers Association, Judge and Airs. J. Baden, Ind., last week. Correspondence Courses in Dookkeeplng, Shorthand, Penmanship, Cidaughter, Miss Helen Wcsterflold, at West vil Services and allied Commercial subjects. These come in. all the new fall shades as well and Mrs. John Leacih were In OwensMiss Bessie Gillespie returned to SPECIAL COURSES POSTGRADUATE BOOKKEEPING boro Thursday, of last week. AND STENas the latest in fabrics. OGRAPHY homo in Louisville Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Curd and after spending several days in. Hart- REPORTERS COURSE, PENMANSHIP COURSE (Special Teachers and ' Commercial.) children, of Greenville, were week- ford, tho guest of her parents.Mr. and end guests of Mrs. Curd's aunt, Mrs. Mrs. R. II. Gillespie, and other rela- DEGREES CONFERItED UPON SATISFACTORY COMPLETION OritK- QUIREMENTS , Wayne Stevens, of near town. tives. ,1 Diplomas and Certificates issued. . In' Tou would not postpone Success. Then do not dolay'the'start-stha- t Mrs. Dyer Davis and little daughMiss Genova Flener has returned to her homo in Reaver Dam, after ter, Margaret, of the Rob Roy coun- sures your Sncrts. Ge.t the Training that will put a big CASH VALUE spending several days In this city, try, spent from Friday of last week on your SERVICES and GET THAT TRAINING NOW. until Sunday, In this city, as the CALL WRITE OK PHONE TODAY the guest of Miss Erclo Leach. "THE LEADERS IN BUSINESS EDUCATION" guests of Mr. and Mrs. Luther L. Miss Elizabeth Davidson will leave Leach. NATIONAL COLLEGE OF BUSINESS AND FINANCE Saturday for Hopklnsvllle,, where sho (Incorporated) Mr. W. C. Blankenshlp left yesterIs to teach French and Spanish in SECOND AND ALLEN STREETS, OWENSBORO, KY. day for Dawson Springs to join Mrs. place, the High School at that THE SCHOOL THAT SPECIALIZES THE MODERN "WAY. i Blankenshlp over the week-enMrs. GREAT RESULTS 1. S. Klmbrough, Blankenshlp has been there for a GOOD FACILITIES Mr. and Mrs. of Louisville, will motor to this city, few weeks for the benfflt of her tomorrow, to be tho guests of Mr. and health. i'byto saiici cleans tho blood. The Hartford Republican, Mrs. A. D. Kirk, until Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrln left Miss Katie Nanz, of Owensboro, Mr. and Mr?. A. R. Carson, who Tuesday afternoon for Cynthiann, .SEPTEMBER 1 waa ln Hartford Tuesday. DAY l'UI had spent two weks with Mrs. Car- where they will remain until Sun son's relatives', in Canada, returned day, tho guests of Mrs." Heavrin's Rev. R. P. Beck, of McIIenry, was to parents, Mr. and Mrs. Georgo their home hero Saturday. n visitor at this office while in town We, or one of our deputies will be at the following namyestorday. S. O. Keown, city, went ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. E. E. to Fordsvllle and vicinity yesterday, EL PERBO 10 cents. C. D. Taul of tho Beech Valley In Interest of the Dark Tobacco Blrkhcad and little daughter, Iren your property and collecting your taxes. Please meet us LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. country wsa in Hartford Tuieday, Growers Cox, andx Mrs. S. A. Williams, and where most convenient: Association. At The Best Stands. on business. little daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, Saturday, Sept. 9 McHenry and Render Mrs. Helen Walker and Mr. Dennis city, were in Owensboro yesterday Monday, Sept. 11 Cromwell Mrs. S. O. Keown, city, left yes- Wnlkor and little daughter, Marian, afternoon. Baizetown Tuesday, Sept. 12 terday for a short sojourn at Daw- - of Fordsvllle, were-- guests of Rev. PERSONAL NEWS 1 Arnold Spr,nE9- Miss Maymeo Belle Chamberlatn Wednesday, Sept. 13 and Mrs. Russell Walker, city, lBOn AND SOCIAL EVENTS Prentiss will return to her homo ln Owens- rMonday, Sept 18 boro Sunday, after spending several Tuesday, Sept. 19 Cool Springs Cures Malaria, Chills, FevPhyto Sallcl at nil Dealors. Mrs. Mary Cummlngs, of Rosine, wpeks as tho guest of her grand- Wednesday, Sept. ,20 er Unions Fcer, Colds and Ceralvo ImGrippc. OOtliOt spent from Saturday to Wednesday parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Shown, Thursday, Sept. 21 .' Pt. Pleasant In Hartford, the guest of her daughof near town. Ohio County Fair, Hartford, Ky., Friday, Sept. 22 Centertown r SU 1922. Sept. For quick service, hot lunches, cold ter, Mrs. R. T. Hoover and Mr. Rockport Dr. E. G. Rhoads and family re- Saturday, Sept. 23 Hoover. 7" drinks, ico cream etc., go to HEG'S Bells Run turned to thslr home in Sheffield, Monday, Oct. 2 rcstau-weo- k . Miss Anna Leo Mnddox was the dean, sanitary and morning, Ordinances with reference to con- Ala., Wednesday after Tuesday, Oct. 3 Ralph end guest of Miss Elizabeth .Da- - f rant. struction of proposed, new sidewalks spending several days as guests of Wednesday, Oct. 4 vidson. : Magan been duly posted, at tho court- relatives In Beaver Dam and tho . Mr nn(J jIrg Waiter Allen of Jiavo Thursday, Oct. 5 Deanf ield Tlchenor-Shef-flol- d Goshen country. Narrows, was a Uio Washington country, were guosts house, postoffice and James Carter, of Friday, Oct. 6 Herbert , garage. ' visitor at this offico while in town, or ur, aud Mrs. E. B. Pondleton, city, Fordsvllle Nelson, who has Saturday, Oct. 7 Miss Florence Tuesday. Sunday. FOR SALE House and lot In been spending her vacation with her Monday, Oct. 9 Narrows Hartford, well located and ln good parents, near Henderson, will re- Tuesday, Oct. 10 . ." Dundee Mr. A. J. Carman, Beaver Dam Squlro H. B. Taylor and Mrs. Tay- condition. Good water and plenty of turn to Hartford Sunday, to resume Wednesday, Oct. 11 Rosine a pleasant caller at lor of Prentiss were guests Saturday outbuildings. Route 2, was 10t2p her position a teacher in tho HartfThursday, 'Oct. 12 Horse Branch this offico yesterday. nnd Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. ord- High school. WAYNE LEACH. Render, city. Friday, Oct. 13 Heflin Attorneys, A. D. Kirk nnd C. E.J Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Vickers and Saturday, Oct. 14 Mrs. C. C. Coylo. of tho Washington Beaver Dam Smith were In Bowling Groin on le--j Mrs. C. E. Smith nnd Mrs. O. T. country was the guest of her daugh- daughter, Miss Marian Austin, Mrs. Tuesday, Oct. 17 Shrevc j gal business yesterday. Burns were the guests of the former's ter, Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, and Dr. Vlrgie Wall, and daughter, Mary Wednesday, Oct. 18 T. Olaton sister, Mrs. Eula Fortiiey, of Central Pondleton, city, Friday and Satur- Elizabeth, of Owensboro, were guests Thursday, Oct. 19 Buford day of last week. of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Leo Simmer-ma- n, Mrs. S. T. Barnett. city, spent City, yesterday. Friday, Oct. 20 Smallhous and'Sunday IniMadtsonvllle.j city, yesterday. Saturday Saturday, Oct. 21 Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Miller and Simmons Mr.vnnd Mrs. Will II. Gillespie and tho guest of relatives. daughtor, of Owen6boro, were tho little sons, Carlisle, W. II. and Marcus Mrs, G. A. Ralph and children, G. A. RALPH, Sheriff, .. . (n thn Vntr nml mflflt VOUT guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leon .Bishop, Ray, will go to Owensboro Sunday to James Arthur and Martha Elizabeth, ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'r. spend several days with Mr. and returned to their homo here Monday, they will bo there. city, Wednesday. Jfrmaiiy1-friend- s, 10t2 after a month's visit with friends Mrs. W. S. Mills. pleasantly ' Spend a day Mrs. G. Barnard and daughter, Heland relatives in Owensboro, Whites-vlll- e city, is en of Dundee, spent last week-en- d FOR SALE House, and lot on and othor points. Bennett, Miss Thelma, spending tho present week with, rela- with Mrs. Barnard's daughter, Miss Mulberry Street, Hartford, two stoViulta, at 'Daniel Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay Taylor and ries, 7 rooms; convenient, In good tives In tho Washington country. repair and can be had at a bargain. daughter, Miss Alice Mae, of Mason-vill- e, Announces Reduced Round Trip , '' Miss Xouatt Rhoads of Owensboro, See W. J. BEAN, Hartford. Messrs. John Taylor, Bowling 10t3 Mr. Gaylo Taylor, of Vlckshurg, Green and Coakley Taylor, Smith-lanwith his has been the guest of friends and Miss., spent tho weak-en- d relatives in and near this city, wero guests Sunday of Mr. and A public ditch construction conM. Hudson, city. mother, Mrs. W. for tho pat several days. tract known as the E. P. Barnard Mrs. Howard Ellis, city. HARTFORD et al., ditch or drain la to bo let at ,Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Howard and TO Go to HEG'S for hot lunches, cold tho Courthouso Monday. For partiBapMrs. E. M. Woodward ,Mr. and Wm. Fair attended tho General drinks, ice cream, cigars, candy and ' culars and details see tho notice in and little Eons, Fleldcn and Ernest Antloeh, Strnda tist Association at LOUISVILLE anything else that call bo obtained this Issue. Jr., of Louisville, who had spent a ACCOUNT restaurant. few days' In Hartfqrd, tho guests of Best quality Ryo and Timothy seed. in an last Mis. Melvln Browning of Russell-vill- e, relatives, left Wednesday of Turnip seed in bulk. Everybody needs rest and rccroa-'foarrived in Hartford Friday of week. Mrs. Woodward and little sons W. E, ELLIS & BRO., come to tho OHIO COUNTY last week, to b tho gucsr of bor left for thf Ir home, whllo Mr. WoodHartford, Ky. lOtf Tickets on talo Sept. 10 to 15, inclusive, and for trains scheduled to FAIR, Hartford, Ky., Sipt. parent?, Mr. and Mrs. M. V, Johnson ward went to Greenville, whero ho nrrlvo in LouisvllU beforo noon September 10th. Mrs .T. L. Bradley, of Woir Kans., 1922. Rest with your trlends, At and othor relatives and frlonds until had legil business. He returned to Tickets good for return to reach Hartford beforo midnight Sept. 18th County .Fair Is the place Sunday. She will bo accompanied Hartford Saturday, whero ho remalm-e- d nrrlved in Hartford Sunday, to spend the Ohio For further or detailed Information, apply to local ticket agent. until Sunday afternoon, when be and o rest, to talk over "old times" and homo by her sister, Miss Minerva, several weeks, with relatives ' who will remain for a month's visit. roturucd homo. enjoy meeting your friends. ZZSSLu Fall Arrivals! F ncc. See Hartford, Ky. The National Wants You n, o, .. Shorthand-Speed-Dictatio- Coat Suits Dresses . Coats $15.00 to $35 $ 7.50 to $30 $ S.dO to $35 Ma-sho- hr I&x&MGb. SMOKE d. Notice to Taxpayers ' 6, te j '' I J Louisville 4 Nashville Railroad d, EXCURSION FARE u, KENTUCKY STATE FAIR 6, friends. $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. You 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 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 subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. FARM DEPARTMENT. of Ashland wheat, and at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, which will he used In tests to deter--mlwhether or not the new variety is tetter adapted to the county than those already being grown, County .Agent n. W. Scearce says. Ashland wheat has never been grown In the tcsaxtty before. high-yieldi-- Grayson county 200 bushels the now pedigreed rarlety developed farmers have ed precise instruments as well as by er methods. oth- I. ne work of eradicating tuberculosis frtfm herds of cattle In Boyd laranty is going forward in a steady manner, according to County Agent X. M. Amburg y. Herds are being nested frequently and many fanners we on the waiting list to have their In such shipments, even when toanimals examined as soon as po sl- gether they made up a carload. The ide. eontclntlon of the bureau Is that since the bulk of this raaterialhas Campbell county farmers who used been used and none of it Is new, nitrate of soda on their fruit trees and since it is all Intended for use tais last spring are obtaining mark- In road construction, it should be ed Increases in the yield from their Bivcln the advantage of the low rate '.trees, County Agent, H. P. Link says. allowed to contractor's equipment. The use of this material has improv- This contention, which was opposed ed both the quality and quantity of by the railroads, was upheld by the Irnit with the result that many farm- Interstate Commerce Commission. ers and fruit growers In the county The rate is now applicable to some are planning to give it a trial on 1,200 carloads to be shipped from 'their farms. Ca'mp Grant, 111., and large quantities from other points. On a carA total of 9S Breckinridge county load shipment from Schenrictady, N. Tanners and poultry raisers haxe Y to Boise, Idaho, $720. recently was licen taught the .method of separating saved, and $500 on another from San the loafer and laying hens in their Antonio, Tex., to Salem, Oreg. blocks by means of eight poultry culling demonstrations recently held ia the county by County Agent R. M. IK Counties Send Club Boys And Girls to Summcr Coursx. Greene and the extension division, of the College of Agriculture at One of the most effective summer short courses for boys and girls this season was the regular annual school 3Hlnlature Bridge- to Aid Engiuecrti held at the Oregon Agricultural Solve Problems. College, at Corvallis, Oreg., frota A model of a reinforced concrete June 12 to 24. Eighteen counties urch bridge 7 feet long bas been were represitatd by 231 club memconstructed by the Bureau of Public bers, some of whom traveled several 3londs, United States Department of hundred miles to reach tho college. .Agriculture, to determine Just bow These boys and girls were tbe prize inasonary nrch bridges should be winners at tbe State fair and deledesigned when built on a skew. A gates from tbe different standard .kew bridge is one in which the clubs over the State. The largest Toadway Is not perpendicular to the county delegation was a group of abutments, as when a bridge crosses 48 boys and girls from Multonham .a stream diagonally. County, including Portland. Klamath It has been found that the streeees County sent 41 club members In auIn a skewed bridge are considerably totrucks and automobiles, traveling different from those in a bridge of 320 inllefe. The group of 1C coming the same span built perpendicular to from Malheur County in three autolbo abutments, and failures have oc- - mobiles traveled between 400 and curred because this was not taken S00 miles. account in tho design. The short course classroom The problem is so complicated that work was glv( each morning, folengineers of the bureau wish to check lowed by assemblies with addresses up their theoretical conclusions by by distinguished visitors, gymnasium snaking a faithful reproduction of a and athletics, and special bridge, using similar materials and entertainment features. Thd trainof ouch slzo that It can bo tested in ing of local leaders In club work: and of demonstration teams was featur4be laboratory. I.oads will be applied to the mode) ed, and the stresses at various places cal culated from measurements of the Kurpriso Contests Improve Quality lengthening and shortening of the Of Milk Delivered. Surprise milk contests contests in concrete surface token with very JThe -Lex--dsgt-Jn--- Kate On Material. In the shipment of surplus war materials transferred to them by the Bureau of Public Roads,' United States Department of Agriculture. State highway departments will be saved a great deal of expense as a result of a ruling of the Interstate Commerce! Commission permitting the shipment of this material as 'contractor's equipment,' thereby giving It the advantage of a low rate. The railroads previously required tha States to pay. less than carload rates on the various Itoras included Road-Buildi- C. C. Allows Lower ng to out-doo- rs thtl tying which tho milk gold by various xlcal - gradually supplanting ers In a city Is compared by taking method on the slland. samples occasionally without warn- ing havjl been very effective In Im. No Protection from Toxins Given By proving the milk supply of many ciCanning Powders Canning powders can not bo de ties. Contests of this kind carried out with the assistance of the United pended on for safety from food pol- Stntcs Department of Agriculture sonlng, according to tho Bureau of have shown nlmnrknblo results in chemistry of the United States De- The Hartford Republican has made a special The uac- - partment of Agriculture. Extcnsivo a number of western cities. clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial terial counts and tho total milk experiments recently conducted to Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one scores for tho cities were madd up tcst tno cara8 n,a(te by certain wido-from tho results of tests of samples ty advertised and distributed canning year for the low price of powders, which consisted mainly of from each of the delivery systems. In Long Beiach, Calif., the average 95 per cent boric acid, with G per bacterial count In tho first contest cent of salt added, have shown con was 118,238; In tho last contest it clusively that the antiseptic proper was down to 11,823. In the first tte4 0. tne DOwder only affect a faw the avorngo score of the milk sold molds and microorganisms which are The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest not responsible for spoilage in proper- there was vi.oo anu in wiu mat u un to 90.67. The milk sold in Rlv ly processed cans or jars. and best papers in the South and we hope to receive erslde, Calif., Improved in bacterial Fruits and other acid products many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and 8,522, and properly packed when fresh and in count from 101,500 to rose In score from 82.92 to 93.63. good condition keep without any seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in Los Angeles dealers, as a rclsult of canning preparations. 'Much largyour subscription now. Don't delay. these surprise contests, made great er amounts of canning powder th improvement in the quality of the those- - recommended on tho package milk supply, bringing down the count had no effect whatever on the growth from 84,169 to 12,690 and nalslng of spore-formibacilli, which do tho score from 80.60 to 91.65. The not require free oxygen for growth, age by strengthening critical points. figures for Portland, Oreg., changed particularly tho toxin forming Bacil Ice storms anil thunderstorms of148.490 to 13,970 and from lus botulinus, which from has recently ten put electrified lines out of order. 76.19 to 92.42. The number of bac- been responsible for many deaths. High winds will sometimes d rail a cubic cantlmeter of Seattle teria in milk was brought from 64,124 down Clothing Kit Aid Clubs In Sowing trains. Snow and sand, impelled by strong winds, often pile upon the to 31,297, and the score was lifted ItantonM ration. trncks and delay transportation. Heafrom 80.60 to 88.24. An unusual feature, of tbe cloth vy rainfall produces luxurious vegeSucceed wdcV everything else bus. dealer does not like to be Ing work in Kansas, A milk In nervous prostration and female carried on by tation, which Is n great nuisance on surprised with dirty Imllk on his extenslon workers during the past tveaknewe they are tbe supreme any ronds while remedy, at thousands have testified. wagons, especially when thti result year, as reported to the United States moisture shortens the life of FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND. of the tests are to be published in Department of Agriculture, was the ties and other woodwork. When bis score J STOMACH THOUBLE the local pipers. sending of sets of clothing kits to the Weather affcctB not only the railii the bctt medicine rrer cold goes up hq finds the number of his j girls' clubs in tho various counties. road tracks and rolling stock but also I over dtuggU's counter. customers going up; when the bacEach kit contained a sample patch, esterial count Increases he finds an a sample darn, an Iron holder, two the goods transported. This is pecially true of perishable foods. In increase in the number of aprons, a sewing bag, a laundry bag,-- addition to prccaollng and icing stanightgown, an underskirt, a prin- tions which are maintained, refricess slip, a combination suit, n smock, gerator and heater cars are used, and Ohio heads the list of States tak- a dresser scarf, a child's dress, romp a close watch kept on Weather BuBetter ers, charts showing ing part in the "Better Sires appropriate reau announcements In the districts Stock" campaign being carried on by school dresses, and books of samples where perishables must be moved. the U. S. Department of Agriculture Illustrating appropriate materials to and the States to Induce farmers to select for the different articles. The got rid of all sires except those that kits were sent to the county extension FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diseolred In water for douches atopy are puro bred. In the 3 months end- agents, who In turn were responsible pelvic catarrh, ulceration and laclam-matioOhio County owners en- for getting them to the clubs. Except k ing July 1, 954 Recommended o LJ!a F rolling 537 were Ohloans, bringing for four clubs in three counties Pinkham Med. Co. for tea yean. I in number which recrlvcd no kits, every club neaung wonder tor natal catarrh, that State into the lead ore throat and ore ye Economical. cerCIRCUIT COURT of farmers having Federal-Stat- o In the State had an opportunity to Meets first Monday In March, May tificates, In number of animals and in examine these articles., to obtain patnumber of poultry listed. The total terns for the garments that appeal- and July; third Monday in September of persons in Ohio enrolled is now ed to them, and to gain better ideas and fourth Monday In Novembor: 1,970. They own 75,025 head of all on appropriate clothing for home udge George S. Wilson, Owinsboro. Com'tb. Attorney Olover H. Cory, kinds of farm animals and 185,595 and school use. Calhoun. poultry. Virginia 19 now second after having been In the lead since the Beaver Culture A Means of Fitr and Clerk Frank Black. B, II. Ellis. sires started Master Commissioner campaign for pure-bre- d Forest Production TJ USQ in 1919. Although the practicability of boa-v- Trus'tce Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. farming has not been fully demCOUNTY COURT Farmers TnUo up Tcrraclns To Save onstrated, the United States DepartConvenes first Monday In each ment of Agrlculturo believes that the month: and Hebuild their Soil. Lexington, Ky., Aug. 22 Terrac- business of raising beavers for their Jndge R. R. Wedding. ing of farm lands promises to fill an fur may develop, undor proper conCounty Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Into a profitable important place in preventing fur- trol measures, Clerk Guy Rannoy. ther soil erosion on Kentucky farms branch of fur farming. With a small Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: and rebuilding many of tlu 2,500,-00- 0 beginning tbe enterprise seems to Mack Cook, Iris Render, George Children acres in the states that already promise an advance to good returns P. Jones. 1 HL are badly washed and gullied, ac- and even great possibilities. A Safe QiJ Fasfci.ie. Jailer Nat Hudson. A fertile field for beaver culture cording to Earl G. Welch, farm enReied; far Woras QUARTERLY COURT gineering specialist of tha College may be found in conuectiou with cootie, Monday In each month. of Agriculture, Demonstrations to projects for the reforestation with Convenes first aoue use ia tie beat cut-ovF1ETS UllirDCI timber-land- s. rollconifers of burned or FISCAL COURT show farmers how to terrace the caa offer you. Many of theso areas, cleared ing fields on their farms already have Keep a bottle always on Convenes Tuesday after first Monby ax or fire nnd later covered with been held In Crittenden, Hopkins, band. It will help keep day In January; first Tuesday In the little ones healthy Hart, Whitley and Powell counties a second growth of aspen, willow, April and October, R. R. Wedding aad happy. while additional ones are scheduled and pin cherry, are for the time conJOe abaeilt atroar drvniat, w almost worthless. Over County Judge, presiding. era) atoia; or ii ymt lUi for 17 other countlus. One farmer sidered upplryow.MscI hi nm 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford. m'l 30e ia mj in Hopkins county pointed out to much of tho northern border of the tfMupa ud wa'U W. C. Knott, Center- mm yea a botiU promptly. college engineering United States and still larger areas 2nd District members of the town. LIS.IUT, lalaaart. KJ. section that the demonstration con- of Canada whore such land Is found Q. B. Brown, Simmons. farm gave him a meth- It Is generally unsuited for agrlcul- 3rd District ducted on his District J. R. Murphy, Fords- od of saving soil for which he had turo and would not pay taxes until 4th vllle. been looking 15 years. Counties In again, covered by valuable forest timSam II. Holbrook, Hart. which demonstrations will be held in ber, but would supply ideal food for 5th District WILL YOUw ford, R. F. D. No. 4. Carroll, Ma- Bevers, and if stocked with them the near future Include Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, TAKE could be made to yield an Income rlon, Washington, Warren, Todd, R. F. D .No. 2. Lee, Boone, Breckin- while tho process of reforestation is Laurel, 7th District J. Walter Taylor. Bearidge, Henderson, McLean, Christian, going on. ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. uni'mnls should not be IntroThe Boyd, Calloway, Knox and Oldham. A Trealmtnl BOARD OF EDUCATION Terracing has an almost state- duced uncontrolled Into places where JL'C (or WEAK wide appeal In view of tho fact that their activities may menace irrigation Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. laaaaaaaVaV practically the entire surface of Ken or power ditches, important road or Convenes First Monday In every LUNGS or tucky is rolling and subject to serious railroad grades, or agricultural dis- month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, CONSUMPTION damage thru soil washing. Whether tricts. A suitable food supply and and Secretary-Treasurer. or not terracing is advisable depends permanent water should be-- assured. R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, upon the type of soil and the extent R. F. D. No. 6. (cellar, A quick relief that tired, to which the land is rolling. In some Weather Conditions Versus Railroad W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- courbi, pam for cbcit. night iwtatt, hemor-thiftla Transportation. weak luofi or comumpllon. II It deaa counties, it may be advisable that ford, R. F. D. No. 3. 0 Railroading has important weather Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. at kelp yea it ceala yea aelklal. all tho rolling farm lands be terrac Lock Bo' e)le problems to contend with, and its Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL 00. ed. COLUMBim O. The cost of trraclng, in so far as people must call on the Weather Bu- - Claud Renfrow, Dundee. a the farmer's time and use of horse reau of the United States Department Examinations. labor Is concerned, does not amount of Agriculture for continuous and re-For Common School Dlplomns to more than $1 or $1.50 an acroillablo Information as to conditions parts of the Fourth Friday and Saturday In Janwhile no special engineering train-- j prevailing in various Ing is needed to lay out a terracing country in order to take adequate uary, and Second Friday and SaturFords-vlllsystem. In planning a system, tho precautions to protect its passengers day In May. To be held In Beaver Dam and Hartford. tools needed include, a level, measur and freight from injury, damage, loss For Teachers' Certificates Third Ing lln and stakes while tbe construc of time, or other Inconveniences. Temperature extremes affect all Friday and Saturday in May, Juno tion requires only a turning plow, Is terrace drag or road grader. Details steel and Iron work, such as rails or and September. Except notice excontrary tbe latter of terracing are contained in Circu- car wheels. Warnings of very cold given to tho lar No. 129 which an ay be obtained or very hot weather Indicate that ar aminations will be held In Hartford. OTJIER OFFICERS tree by writing the Experiment Sta- rangements must be made to keep them In good running order by re- Tax Commissioner R. F. Keown, tion at Lexington. . Feeltrleht all the time. Don't fay Ok placements or repairs. Snow Is reFordsville. irc-Bwork for days by taking caloeef The natives of tbedsland of Guam garded as the great enemy of rail Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville when pleasant keeps yo are learning that therp is a better transportation, and information fur- Representative Ira Jones, White en your feet, while relieving your troub k. Safer too, and easy to take. Doirt way of keeping their pigs at home nished by tbe snow reports of the Run. take anything else. You can't afford! HARTFORD than the common practice of tying Weather Bureau helps to forewarn it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy them to a tree or stake by a rhort the railroads as to districts where Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, sors ropo fastened about the foreleg, ac windbreaks or snowsheds should be Mayor W. O. Blankonsblp. in its effect and certain in results. It cording to reports to the U. S. Dspant- - erected or snowplows made ready. Council L. H. Bishop, Secy. Won't be long before will ment of Agriculture. A pen of bam- Heavy rains bring about floos which ROCKI'ORT completely displace calomel in ever) away bridges, undermine roadboo, which will accommodate one wash fiome. Children can take.it freely am Robert L. Green, Judge. with perfect safety. Every bottle guarsow and litter, or three or four grow- beds, and cause landslides. 'Not all Lee W. Pberson, Marshall. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottlesj Nona ing pigs, and on ay be moved frequent- of theso disasters can be averted, but Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and aignaW ly has been Introduced by the local when predictions can be made In time feure X I K. Grigsby. For sale by W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. F deral experiment station and Is steps may be taken to lessen the dam- SUUi Mason, Treasurer, A CASH OFFER $1.75 J A Electric Biters earth-ballast- id Every Woman Wants DIRECTORY live-stoc- a.. a acaja&aafl. n Mothers mr er "IT fretfS t TT VifLy Yer rm For the lead-aaoni- al er La-ru- OUR flSaf GERMINAL REMEDY X M lo FOR.ONE MONTH i. USE LI V-VER-- LAX e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ax Ifc-W-L- ax Y J ' IS YOUR ATTIRE k America's Men Best Treated of Any in World Ex-Scrvicc OF PROPER STYLE Kullubln Costumes to lo Chosen Clubwomen at Kentucky lit 11 to 1.V Fair. Republican Administration Spends More for World Wnr Veterans Than for Any Item Except the Public Debt. v. r. nr.r ItKNhNTATIVK iiaui. v. iMiimric OIONTA MI'.MIIKH S,),II.N HOUHR COMMITTKR AI1IIICUI.TUUK . 1 3926. the people elected a Itepubllcan Congress. The nrst oeahton of tbln newly electod Itepubllcan Congress began May 19, 1919, With It began practically all Federal aid for rnllof and assistance of thoee who served In 'the World War An elaborate program was formulated providing for hospital and medical aid for all disabled and diseased ex service men. Tim program Included those ."Ufferlng from mental diseases as a result of their war nxpcrloncoj also vocational training and rehabilitation; alio financial allotments for those engaged In such training; also compensa-lion for men totally or partially dis abled, and for their dependents; and for the dopendenta of thoso who died at a result of Injury or disease contracted while In the service of thoir country. Thoro was expended to July 1, 1022. for tho purposes of carrying out this program tho mini of $1,435,851,385. In addition an appropriation of has Just been mndo by tho iCongrcsa for the Veterans' IJureau for the coming ttscnl yo.ir. This Is a greater appropriation than made for any other purposo except In payment of the public doht. Following the war tho ..ministration of relief for exserv'ce men was divided among several bureaus and this necessitated tromondoui overhead expense, eating up a disproportionate amount of money appropriated for aid of World War veterans, and It occasioned endless delay In handling mon's cases and put thorn to unfair oxpenso. To remedy these evils the Itepubllcan Congress passed a measure, combining all agencies dealing with men under tho Veterans' Bureau. Following the war, hundreds of s of votorana permitted their to lapse, largely because of tho slipshod manner in which their claims were handled under the Democratic administration. At tho request of representatives of the exserv-- . Jco men the Itopubllcan Congress made It possible for all men Tvhose policies had lapsed to be reinstated at any time prior to March 4. 1918, 1423,-038,84thou-Hand- la November. Dy Mabel Jean Motion. Louisville, Ky., Just whore tho graceful hip sash tho outstanding feature of autumn modes In afternoon and evening Wtur should end, and tho length of tho skirt of u smart tailored! suit for morning wear, nre some of tho problems to bo solvor GALLON In fact, we iTS j' The hospitalization and medical troatmont of mon was found to be unsatisfactory and Congress transferred 99 hospitals to use of the JAMAICA IS ON TRAIL OF BOOZE Island Now (Tailed "Pollconmn" Undo Sam, In Curlb- - For Stn. Kingston, Jainicn. Aug. 2G. Presumably under prossuro of the Washington government iu IU effort to curb ho far as possible the alleged smuggling of liquor from the British West Indie Into the United States, tho Jamaica government has become to alt Intents and purposss a policeman for Undo Sam for this colony tho Cayman and Its dependencies iBlands and Turk's Island. It Is an open secret that thousands of cases of whisky, gin, etc., were regularly shipped from Jamlca to Nassau, Turk'sr Island and otho nearby points, from which It somehow or other made Its way Into the United Statss. Hut tho local government has Just taken steps which will put n summary end to all 'this Kxclxo Law ln.cil. The first movo was to pass a law that all liquor shipped In bond-wh- isky and other spirits were ulwuyH sent away under bond Is not to bo given tho drawback until a certificate of entry at the port of destination had been rccolved hero. Sluco tho excise duty on whisky, gin and other distilled spirits Is very heavy this will put a stop to a great extent to tlu shipping of tho spirit, us tho shippers will be unable to get tho rebate of duty unless thoy can prove tho goods woro actually delivered at tho porta for which thoy wero destined on tho ship's manifest. Heceii'tly a cargo of gin. sufficient to supply every man, woman and child iu Turk's Island with two bottles oach, wan shipped from this port, and. after being kept thero for some llttl tlmo, returnod to Jamaica and, o far as Is known, Is thoro still. lllKh Kxpoit Tav Also.. Hut the latest and sovorest move against shipping alcohol from this Island Is a now and prohibitive export tax passed by tha legislative It is so high. that councel recently. thoro Is little hope of thoso engaged In tho trnfflc hero bolng ablo to do buslnoss with points from which tho liquor would eventually find it way Into the United States; and It is onenlv charged that this now and passed drastic legislation has been Washingat request of tho rum running. Veterans' IJureau. Tho number of buds ed by Mrs. O. A. Ooode-ll- , President In thoso hospitals taken over by the of tho Parent-TeachLeaguo of Veterans' IJureau Is iu oxcoss of Louisville, and her commlttco on costumes, for 'Women's Club Dav. S.'P- Thero were many men Kentucky State living iu remoto sections of Uiu coun- tembor 12, at tho Fair, September 11 to 16. try who were not awaro of tho beneMerchants of Loulsvillo will subfits they could receive and should be receiving from the government under mit .models to these women, who In tho Vetorans' Bureau. In order that turn will approvo thoso most repreno worthy man entitled to sentative of good tasto as understood beneflls of any kind might bo neglectclub by thorn. What to wear at ed, the Veterans' IJureau conducted a meetings, I ctures, musicals, nnd at drive In which over 175,000 tho theater will bo featured In e.v men wero Interviewed and 110,000 new hlbitlon cases throughout tho entire claims were Bled and handled as a Wfek of tho Fair. result. And so we women, to bo corroctly As a roault of this tremendous program of Federal nld to men. attired beyond a question of doubt, all of which has been put into effect should gaze upon tho official gowns by the Itepubllcan Party and the and Instruct tho home dr maker to money for Which has been approprifollow suggestions acquired from tho ated by a Republican Congress, the gazing. may be following summarization Mothera of the State will no longer given: bear tho brunt of the blame for Immen (1) Over 210,000 possible flnpper costumes. Fcr It is have recelve'd hospital treatment; now receiving pare to predict that tho skirts and men are treatment in hospitals; over 1,000,000 draperies of tho chosen gowns, will men havo been called for bo neither too long, or Iu any way examination In order to ascertain it ridiculously fashionable. they should receive hospital or medFrom tho young women conns the ical treatment. question will these thoughtful wo(2) Over 150,000 men men approve ear rings? have entered vocational training and Shall young matrons bo guilty of 150,000 more have been declared eligibad taste if hoops and pendants of ble for vocational training. Jade sway from their cars? Wo must (3) Compensation for disabled men or their dependents is wnlt until the Fair to learn the ans-wo- r. being paid out at a rate In excoss of In tho meantime tho young 1.000,000 in cash every day, Includwives may silently hope that the ing Sundays. beauty of the official wax flguro (4) Over 50,000 medical examinations gowned In a ravishing evening gown, are being made free every month In will bo Increased with pearl, Jade or order to ascertain tho physical and ear decorations. mental treatments needed by atlllcted conl Tho clubwomen havo consented to men. (5) Over 1,000 new claims aro being make selections of suitable costumes, handled overy day by the Veterans' becauss they realize j.ho Importance IJureau and all work In that bureau Is of good taste In dressing. practically current and being conductTho flapper with her short hair ed at a minimum loss of tlmo and a and shorter skirts must go, so fash-Io- n minimum expense both to the governdecrees. IJut tho black gowned man con- "vamp" with trailing draperies must ment and to the cerned. not take her place. (6) An Insuranco bualnoss for over Mrs. Goodell has named the folmen is being con600,000 of her by tho government, without lowing women as members ducted committee: Mm Wlllatm S. Sheriany cost of administration to men, at premium rates far below dan, representing the Outdoor Art those private companies cbargo lor Leaguo; Mrs. Bornardl Sollgman of like policies. the Jewish Women's Federation; and Mrs. A. K. Uroderlck, from tho Buston authorities. iness and Professional Women's Club. "Jamaica has b?come Uncle Sara's Tlr fifth member Is to be appointed Caribbean policeman," Is a slogan and will bo a representative of the much In vogue hero now, and the Woman's Club. government does not deny that the Judging from the Interest in the legislation Is an attempt to prevent Costume Committee, and Its duties, liquor smuggling Into tho United it Is quite safo to say that overy woStates. Tho new legislation Is bitter- man will visit tho magnetic spot ly resented, particularly by seamen where these officially chosen gowns on the largo number of ships ongag-e- d will be shown. In tho banana trade between JaMrs. George H. Newman is General ports. maica and eastern American Club Day Chairman of Women's Liquor by tho hundreds of bottles Tuesday, September 12th, as well as was taken up weokly on many of for the entlro week. these ships, as thero was no legislamw prevent sallow purchasing tion to CllKMICALS FROM CORN COBS liquor and talcing It on board with thorn. Now thoy cannot do 'this unUy developing new methods of exless they first pay a heavy oxclse tax. tracting furfural from corn cobs, o chemists of the United States De JAPAN IS PltlTSSIA OF partment of Agriculture havo greatly KAST, IS CIIAKGH I'AK reduced tho cost of making this cli tnlcal, which Is used in the manuMoscow, Aug. 2C. "Japan la the facture of soluablo and insoluble Prussia of tho Far Kaat," M. Marlc-- resins for stains, varnishes, insulat'vskl, Soviet Russian representative. ing material, printing plates, and at tho rccont Dalren negotiations, many other articles. Furfural has said) upon his return to Moscow. been mode comm.rclally from oat Negotiations .at Dalren were hulls and has been soiling for about broken oft by Japan'H attempt to 50 cents a pound, but when made make a colony out of tho Far East- from cobs It is estimated that It can ern Republic and demanding tho bo manufactured at a cost of about right to send imllltai'y missions every- ten cents a pound. Cobs give the where and refusing the Far Kastern greatest yield of furfural of any of Republic tho right to Its own fleet tho common agricultural materials or to .admit Russian warships Into tho that contain it. Marlovskl harbor at Vladivostok," t 28,-00! 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A barrel should bo used which leaves just enough space between its edge and the rim of the mower wheel to allow room to feed. j This prevents the feed from being scnatched outside the rim. breaking the long distance into the bargain. crowing-record- , Surgeons agree that in cases of and Wounds Cuts, Burns, Bruises of the first treatment is most important. sin? Isa. 59:10-1When an efficient antiseptic is Who is exalted as head above all? promptly, there is no danger of Chron. 29:11. infection and the wound begins to What does the Bible say about heal at once. For use on man or weights and moasures? Deut. 25: beast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy it now What breaks 'the connection be- and be ready for an emergency. Price tween God and man? Isaiah 59:1-30c. 60c and $1.20. Sold by the What is the promise if we stay with Ohio County Drug Co. m the Lord? 2 Chron. 15:2-- 7. KOOSTEK INTRUDKH OX Isaiah 12:2. What are some ot the effecta 2. ap-pi- ed 13-1- 5. 2. Shortly before tho exercises la commemoration of tho anniversary of the birth ot Ulysses S. Grant wero begun at Point Pleasant, Ohio, on April 27, the cbanticle ir In question, no doubt unable to master the feeling of local prido which the other four score Inhabitants of the little-Tillagwero more successful In concealing, mounted to the rostrum and. crowed lustily. The feathered orator's tribute to his honored fellow townsman was heard distinctly in Cincinnati, thirty miles away. It happened that the bird had! selected for his unsolicited addition to the program, a point directly In front of the transmitter connected by telephone: wires with the Bell loud speaking apparatus which enabled a crowd ot 20,000 people gathered' in Lytlo Park to hear tho entlro program at Point Pleasant. CASTOR VA For Infants and Children ttK.YNT DAY CKHKMOXV In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of fe&k The ge.se whoso cackling saved Rome, will please move over and mako room In tho zoological hall of fame for a rooster which baa established a claim to historical recognition by sharing a program with the and Presldout of the United Statosi It your child is pale and sickly, picks at tho nose, starts In tho sleep and grinds the teeth while sleeping. It is a sure sign of worms. A remedy for these parasites will bo found In White's Cream Vermifuge. It not only clears out the worms, but it restores health and choarfulnesa. Pricor-35- c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m. Tho Russian delegate charged that CORN NKAHING HKST STAOK FOR SIJLKCTINCJ SKF.D MARS Japan hns assisted the Chinese civil war makers and that three Japanese Lexington, Ky., Aug. 20. Early divisions aro roady to go Into Mancorn in Kentucky Is nearly matured churia when necessary. at tho present tlmo and in another month will bo ripe enough for farmMOHK COPIES OF POPULAR FILM ers to select their supply of seed corn for next year, according to It. E. To moot tho demand for tho use of Stophenpon, soils nnd crops specialist film "Great Dairy at tho Collogo-otho motlon-plctur- o Agrlculturo. PracSins and Their Daughters," tho Unit- tically all experiment stations In ed Stntoa Department of Agrlculturo corn growing states as well as scores Is imklng six additional copies, in- of farmers In overy stnto havo shown creasing tho supply from 12 to 18. by actual te.-rd that With tho additional number It Is corn given proper care after gatherUnit s.tvIcu to persons-doairlning produces highly profitablo Inthis) educational film will bo greatcreases In yield over ordinary ly Improved. seed. Kara gathered early producTho picture Is a ono-retrimi healthy, vigorous stalks and tion showing outstanding sire?, cows, stored so that thoy wtll dry quickly nnd progony of tliJ loading dairy give seed that germinates promptly breeds, Ayershlre, Ouomsey, Holsteln and produces strong, healthy plauts, Frieslan, Jersoy and Brown Swiss. It was polntod out, Numerous hord sconeis aro Included uud tho Improvement of dairy llvo stock by means of the "Hotter Sires FOR FLETCHER'S Huttur Stock" movoment Is explain f ts flold-selecteed crib-solcctel said'. In tho Interest of cfticlont work thu county extension agent In Catron county, N. Mex equipped hla autoshifts to over mobile with low-gecome n rise of 2,000 feet In 2 miles on one ot tho two main roads across tho county and other obstacles to travel, according: to a report to the United States Department of Agriculture. Uutil he did this ho could only-reacertain sections of tha county by horseback or by detourlng from 100 to 150 miles. Tho county seat of Catron County Is 107 miles from tho railroad, which gives some Idea ot the difficulties of carrying on effi cient extension work In this region. ar ch LADY WAS IN A BAD FIX FROM NERVOUS INDtOEST Biloxl, Miss. "I had, for a year or more, nervous indigestion, or some form of stomach trouble," says Mrs. Alonzo Ford, 1117 Clay Street, this city. "The water I drank at that time seemed to constipate me. I would suffer until I got so nervous I wanted to get down on the I felt like I could tear floor and roll. my clothes. "Every night, and night after night, I had to take something for a laxative, and it had to be kept up nightly. My side would pain. 1 looked awful. My skin was sallow and seemed spotted., I would o- - Children Dry the direct ed. CASTOR! A Swellings of tho flesh caused by inflammation, cold, fractures of tho bone, toothache, .neuralgia or rheumatism can bo relieved by applying Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should bo well rubbed In over the part affected. Its great healing and penetrating power easjs tho pain, reduces swolllng and restores natural conlook at my hands and arms, and the flesh ditions. Prlco 30c, COc anil $1,20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County looked lifeless. "I happened to geta'Oirthday Almanac, m Drug Company. so I told my husband I would try the tor A good home-mad- o t, which I did. I took a poultry reported to the United States few big doses. I felt much better. My Department of Agrlculturo by the well. I made a good, warm county, oxtoiulon agent of Knox liver acted teaand drank it that way. Soon I found County, Ind., la one made ot an old mower whel, a barrel with both solt-teod- er Black-Draugh- that nervous, tight feeling was going, at was the pain in my side. I found I did not have to take it every night. Soon , after a few weeks, I could leave it off fori week or so, and I did not suffer with constipation. . . I gained flesh. 1 have a good color, and believe it was a stubborn ht liver, and that did the work. "I went to my mother's (Mrs. Deeters) one day, and she wasn't well at all. . . I told her we'd try We did, and now she keeps it to take aftei eating. It certainly helped her, and we neither will be without it in our homes. It is so simple, and the dose can be regulated as the case may be. We use small doses after meals for indigestion, and larger doses for hcauSthe or bad liver." Thedford's liver medicine is for sale everywhere. jm Black-DraugBlack-Draught. Black-Draught WW J 3 NEW ORLEANS TO CARE FOR LEGION VISITORS New Orleans, Aug. Ships, Pu'l-mr- n curs, ton'.', and Army supply has bullrtli.g. private l.omos and ho(Incorporated) tels will ".louse llio tl'ousr.ndn of delegates and visitors pxpected at tlio American Legion nattoncl convention In New Orleans, October -A preliminary cm vats by tlio convention hotels and housing conimlt-te- o hat demonatrrtcd tho tact Hint New Orleans, will bo nble to liou 150,000 gueats. PnpsciiBsr liners will be docked A. and former "gobs" and marines will TO DELIVER LABOR DAY ADDRESS ON LABOR DAY TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 be allotd first cabin accommodations on thorn. A Pullman city of hundreds of car?, to bo established In three railroad ynrds, will care for 14,000 visiXlglit Horso Slum- - In Front of Ornnrt Stand. Sensational Games of Auto Polo Every afternoon and night. Ij, J. Hetli Shows to funiNIi attraction :loo people. Iitot tors, the convention committee- has Hiding Devices. Hand Concert afternoon nn il niylit liy United States army ii.uul tinil uuen.slxiro .Municipal Hand. on wheels" The "hotels announced. Ij. & X. Train due to leave Owensboro at rt:4f p. in. will bo held every afternoon until l::in o clock on account of the fair; Ji. II. & St. Ij. accommodation train, dun to Icwe at will bo provided with all the Reduced Kates on all roads. .1 t. in. will bo held until 5 o'clock every afternoon during tlio fair. hostelry. of a modern Dining car service will be maintained, shower bath will bo erected and electrically nil f'qulpment will b lighted whllo parked. whoro much more moisture Is needed Junction, is visiting her father, Mr. must bo completed on or before the The railroads have establshed a 1st day of December 1922. Bond drought, replen- J. W. Martin. chrrge of $12 for parking In addi- to fully break the give pastures a Mr. Lesllo Miller who has been at- with approved security will bo reish stock watsr, and tion to the $54 Tor dally Pullman car good start. They came too late for tending Po3body College at Nash- quired as soon as bid is accepted. rental. The average cost to th Pull i early crops; which have practically ville Tennessee, came home' SaturThe Hoard reserves tho right to man guest will bo about $2 a day. AT reject any and all bids and to let the 'matured, with yields much reduced In day. If the size of the convention crowd Mr. K. W. Qulsseuberry went to contract for said work In sections or that portion of tho State approxi warrants It, tents will bo erected on mately as a whole as they may see fit. half its area thnt was most Lcltchfleld Saturdaj. the parquets of sume of the mora This August 24th, 1022. Mr. Itoy Keith and Miss Llllie affected by drought. Considerable cntrally located bulevards. A model damage was caused bj; local storms on Self were married in Jeffersonvlllo, HOARD OF DRAINAGE COMMISbarracks, patterned after tho3o of SIONERS OF OHIO COUNTY, KY. Early corn is beginning to Ind., last Sunday. Pencils, Pens, Tablets, Rulers, Erasers, Ink, cantonment days, will b established the 25th. crop ranges In condition By S. T. Harnott, President, Mrs. Reno Owens of Owensboro, dry. This Crayons, and in fact most anything In the Army Supply Base, a fifteen Attested: McDowell A. Fogle, poor on hill land In the drought- -' Is visiting relatives and friends here. million dollar structure on the riv- from Secretary. in the school line. Mr. George T. Holland, with tho very good on low-- i er front. Private homes will bo stricken districts to lands In the sections where rainfall Singer Sewing Machln Co., of Owthrown open to the veteran who Headquarters for choicest Creams, Sodas, Cold MARSHAL'S TAX SALK that ensboro, was In town Tuesday. It is evident was sufficient. brings his wife to the convention. Drinks, Fruits, Candies, Cakes and all other Mrs. Earl F. Miller will Mr. and considerably damag- -' For tax due the town of Center-towNew Orleans hotel men hate early tobacco is for' Coffeevlllo, dainties carried in a first-clas- s because of leave Wednesday In the driest districts, confectionery. Ky.. for the years 1920, and apr? d upon a uniform rate sche- cd "firing" and failure to spread. Cut- Kansas, where Mr. Miller has a posi- year 1921. Notice Is hereby given dule of $1.50 a day without bath and Finest line of Tobaccos in town. ting or tobacco in this condition pro- tion as teacher in the Coffeeville that I will on Monday September 4. $2.50 with bath. Charges in the 1922, at one o'clock p. m., at tho Camel Cigarettes, now 15c ceeded as rapidly as possible, but was schools. court house door In tent cities and Improvised hotels will Mr. J. W. Spurrier of Owensboro. County, Ky., expose Hartford Ohio delayed to some extent by showers. to public sale seventy-fiv- e be from fifty to cents Quick Lunches and Regular Meals. was the guest of C. IJ. Lyons Tuesday for cash in hand, the following dedecided improvea dny and the cost in private homes The rains caused scribed property, or as much thereof Prompt and efficient service. tobacco, which and Wednesday. wiP compare favorably with the ho- ment In lato corn and as may b: necessarj-- to pay the tax Mr. and Mrs. Frcy Faught of Tho nre lu fairly good condition. due Centertown, Ky., and now untel rato3. Located at corner Union and Main, in Old Hartford Dam, are visiting in this com- paid, most marked in the with Interest and penalty All reservations for rooms during improvement is House. thereon. eastern half of the State; but growth. munity. the five days of the convention must A. B. Rowe one town lot on south o Ik en renewed generally. More In1 made thru the Lesion department ha side of main street in Cent- rtown, cropDITCH LETTING Ky., for year 1920, $4.75, and for adjutant of the stnto from which tho rain is needed at once by these In tho western counties, and would bo jear 1921, $5.50. With int Jre.st and visitor conies. penalty and cost of sale. For descrip beneficial everywhere. Late potatoes E. P. Barnard, et al., vs. Advertisement Letting of tion see Deed Book 35 at page 295, When you hnve nn achey, stretchy and cowpoas are poor in the driest Court of record in Ohio County fe ling and you are dull, tired and half of the State and gnrally fair in Contract. Clerk's office. improving Petition for Public ditch. They are rl couraged It Is a sign of approach- -' the other half. Also Julia E. Rowe one town lot The undersigned Board of Drain- In the town of Centertown. on the Pastures have re- Injr malaria or chills. You should act since ths rains. fltilcKlv to ward off an attack. Her-- ! vived considerably, but must have age Commissioners of Ohio County. South side of Main Street for year 1920, $3.75. and for tho year 1921, bine offers you the help you need. It more rain If growth of grass Is to Kentucky, will, on Monday the 4th tho sum of $4.00, with interest, cost one day of September, 1922, at d. troys the malarial germ, drives continue The soli Is still too dry tor and penalty, for description of land o'clock p. m.t at the Court House see Deed Book 57 at pag 383 of reout all Impurttt-- s and makes you fool fall plowing, which made little vlznrnus niifl nhnnrfnl. Price ' gress. It is IlOW apparent that to- - door In Hartford. Kentucky, let to cord of tho Clerk of the Ohio County GOe. Drug i matoos were considerably damaged ths lowest and best bidder, at public Court. Sold by Ohio County On account of having had my fingers cut off I will This 2Sth day of Jully 1922. m by blistering during the hot spel outcry, the contract for the construc Company. JOHN BROOKS, be unable to continue in the blacksmithing business, tion of a public ditch or drain in said Just ended. Marshal for the town of Center-towand have an shop for doing all kinds of 7t4 Ky. J. E. KENDALL. Meteorologist. county known as the E. P. Barnard CROP AM) WL'ATHKK .. , a repair work. The shop is equipped with a 12 H. P. et al., ditch, and said ditch is bound WEEK REPORT FOR CREDITORS' NOTICE ed as follows: gas engine, a jqinter, band saw, power drill, emery OLATOtt Beginning at Station O-in the Ky Aug. 30, 1922 Louisville. wheels, blowers, two forges, corn crusher, set burrs, persons having claims against All High temperature during the first Mr. Georgo Ford, who motored conter of Horton Fork of Muddy rubber tire machine. In fact this shop is equipped to the estate of the lato Albert Bosket, Half of the week gave way to quit?' with his brother to Mena, Ark., re- Creek and on the lands of T. C. Marto present same i do the easiest possibe in the least possibe time. I tin, thence- across his laud N. 57 40 are hereby notified cool weather toward its close. Heaturned Friday. to me, properly proven, on or before i have been working three men, and all kept busy. It vy rains in most of the eastern and Friday W. 52 feet to the line between said Mr. T. W, Daniel returned thence Oct. 1, 1922, or they will be. forever' sou'h-centris a money making proposition for a wide-a-wak- e counties the from visiting his son, J. A. Daniel, Martin and N. A. Malln; across the lands of said Malln, same barred. And, all persons knowing drought and started lato crops to at Deaver Dam. man. If interested come and look it over. Ask for esthemselves to be Indebted to said growing. Tho rains were light In tho Sulphur Springs Hall Team beat course, 6G9.5 fe:t to station P. N. Woodruff. my office and settle thenco across the land3 or said Malln tate will call at Sunday. grass region and in most tbo Olaton team 16-central blue same. beMrs. Golda Lesllo, of Lebanon N. 5C W. 313 feet to the lino of the central and western counties, P. N. WOODRUFF & CO. E. S. HOWARD, Admr. tween said ?Ialiu and Cecil Barnard, Cumberland Phone. Beaver Dam, Ky. Albert Bosket, Deed. 400 fe:t from their corner on said Ky., Aug. 24, 1922. creek; thence tho samo courss, Hartford, across tho lands of said Barnard S22.-- 5 feet to tho cast side of the Beaver Dam and Horton road; thence the samo course, across said road 35 feet 2 to station on tho west side- of said road and corner between Edgar Barnard and Mrs. Golda Veller; thenco along the line between said Barnard and Vnllcr, the same course, on their 319.5 feot to station line; thenco still along their line and equally on the lands of each N. 55 20 W. COS. 5 feet to tho cornor between said Barnard and Energy Moore In Mrs. Veller's line; thence the samo course along the line said Moore and said Veller 720 feet to th& corner between said Veller and John Chlnn In the line of said Mooro;thenco tho samo course IS In a to ORGANIZATION CHAIRMAN OF THE DARK TO- feottho station 3 said slough and Chlnn and In lino botween ASBACCO GROWERS said Mooro; thenco N. 53 W. 5C2 feet along, tho lino botween said Moore SOCIATION, WILL SPEAK AT and said Chlnn to station 42-7- 5 In tho contor of Muddy Creok, the tormlnus of said proposed ditch and at tho mado by par-tiof a "cut-off- " somo yoars ago." Tho total excavation shown by th REMEMBER Women wear Gingham for house dresses all the year, Children englneor'a roport la 10,948.52 cubic wear Gingham for school and indo or play all winter long. yards, less 4,565.34 cubic yards that bo saved by tho uso of tho ditch will A kitchen with checked curtains and table cloth of Gingham looks cosey and that has heretofore' been partially clean. Gingham napkins dress up the table for luncheon and breakfast. constructed, and tho total ostlmated cost of tho conRtructlon of said ditch Nuseries and children's rooms gaily outfitted with Ginghams dispense with-glooIs $2,542.27. Said construction work 1:30 P. M., AT SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. any day and eveiy day. Is to bo done according to tho plans and specifications prepared by th? A colored apron is useful, but it needn't- - be homely. Gingham is the answer. havo onglneor In charge, which Gingham Underwear for the schoolgirl satisfies her love of color, her desire for been approved by the Judgmont of Col. Passonneau is the best posted man on tho Ohio County Court In tho above something different and weal's w ell. marketing within the Dark District. Don't fail to styled case and now on filo In the clerk's office of the County Court, hear him. We want to procure the contracts and put and said construction Is to b under Ohio County xver the top, where she ought to be if tobacco the gonoral supervision of the engineer, John B. Wilson, horotofore HARTFORD, KY. growers expect to succe'ed. selected by tho Board of Dralnago Commissioners. T. H. BLACK, Chairman. Tho construction of said ditch 1G-2- 0. Daviess County Fair and Exposition 6' DAYS September 4, S, 6, 7, &9 BHG OWENSBORO, KENTUCKY Q? 19:2:3 Bis 6 NlffHts RACING PROGRAM OF $5,SOO. THRKL RUNNING AND THREE HARNESS RACES DAILY ,000 Owensboro Derby United States Senator 0. Stanley BEAUTY PARADE ,000 Fifty Mile Automobile Race on Saturday, September 9th - Complete Line School Supplies J. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT j ' n, - - Blacksmith and Machine Shop pro-hrlc- I FOR SALE! up-to-date s n, oo O - al 15 NOTICE 18-9- - obacc Growers! 23-11- .5 be-tw- jn Co! Joseph GINGHAM WEEK FALL A y 37-1- cs The new designs for Fall and Winter have just been received. The glory of autumn, the scarlet which cheers on wintery days, the rich dark tones so prac tical for school, are all woven into the fascinating selections we can offer you. latnrc!ay9 Sept 9th CARSON & COMPANY. ' Y