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Subscription $1.50 per iYWfi NUMBER track Jud89 11, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, shadowing tho obligation to support LA tho Constitution." MItS. SARAH IIOLIIUOOK FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1922. tucl macll,n s FIILLLTI't LANDS DY LARGE MAJORITY SOUTHERN METHODIST UUlNrt.KC.iNUt. Central Clly To For Be . at lt9 Otrl. STRIKE 1,1111:15 AKh' AFFECT FREE SPEECH Gutm-rlii- of Appcalst and word was received Policy Committee To ConHopklnsvllle, Ky., Sept. 5. Tho today from Frankfort, that the Insider Separate Set1922 session of the Louisville Con- junction was dissolved. tlements. ference of tho Southern Methodist The decision, b'elng the first test Church, always an event of prlmo In- of rights of county fairs to permit terest nnd Importance to the Metho- wagering on horse races with the dists of a large part of Kentucky, hotting machines, Is of wldo Interest. Chicago, 111., Sept. 6. A call for Washington, Sept. 5 The Governwill be held at Central City, Septem- The Warren County Fair will open an Imniedlato meeting for the policy ment do oh not Intend to enforce thu 4 Inclusive. This Is nearly tomorrow and continue four days. ber coimmltteo of ninety ln Chicago, pro.drastic Dnughurly Injunction against a week, earlier than the conference o bably Monday, was sent out tonight tho .striking railway shopmen to the usually convenes. Thero are over MISS STEVENSON ENTERby John Scott, secretary of the strikpoint of abridgement of freo speech 500 churches- In the conference, and TAINS BLACK CAT CLUB ing shop crafts unions. The telerunl lawful, peaceful assemblage, If between threo and four hundred graphic appeal wasjn code and adwas officially announced at tho White ministers and delegates will bo In atMiss Mildred Stevenson entertaindressed to the region general chalr-mo- n House this ufternoun. tendance, and to these tho people of ed the Black Cat Club at the home of tho organization In all part Tho Government obtained the inCentral City are planning to show of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley, on of the country. It was expected that junction at Chicago primarily In orsplendid hospitality. Clay Street, Saturday afternoon, at It would be several days beforo they der to hnvo a weapon with which to Many matters, such as consideraprogressiva Refreshcould arrive In Chicago, and for that ileal offoctlvsly with attempts at Intion of centenary, tho educational ments of delicious salads and Ices reason no general sessions were exterference) with Interstate) transporcampaign, tho coming drlvo to raise were served to the following: pected beforo next week. tation and malls It was explained at $10,000,000 for tho support of suA. D. Kirk, John P. Taylor, The meeting was called, lt was White llouso and as such this tho perannuates, the ralso of twenty-fiv-e Roy Barnhlll, Harold Holbrook, Dar-re- ll intimated, to consider plans for a weapon will be used to the utmdst. per cent ordered by the last g2ncral Sullenger, Lewis T. Riley, J. B. settlement of tho strike on sepaTaking cognizance, ihowover, of contsrence In all of tho conference Tappan and Goodoll Wooten, Misses rate roads representing about one-thi- rd tho widespread criticism against tho T.t1l.i Mnrv ....,, claims, a well as the affairs of the iJIIU Glenn, Clltfle Felix, of tho country's mileage. It drastic provisions of tho Injunction, church, the Epworth League, the Marks, Amelia Plrtle, Anna Rh'a Car followed reports of conferences bePresident Harding made It j'oar this Sunday schools, the missionary so- son, Martha Pate, city, and Artie tween Bert M. Jewell, head of the afternoon that no action will In takcieties, the Preachers' Aid. the cause May, Louisville., strikers, and rail executives in tfie en against the rights and liberties of temperance and social service, etc. East. guaranteed under the that nro reported. will be nip for consideration. The announcement was made by and varous existing sta- HARTFORD SCHOOL PRESCRIPTIONS FOR every tho J. But the matter to Mr. Scott ln commenting on reports START Ln Gov. JohnStatoBlaine and also entire Methodist looks forward,which tutes. HAS GOOD makwhether he ticket are Follette LIQUOR TO SLOW UP that Bert M. Jewell, president of tho ing a remarkable run with one ex- Is otherwise Interested or not, Is the Permit Priircful AM'tnblngcs. striking shop crafts, and representaHigh ScliooN of County Open ception. Out of 1.409 precincts re- assignment of pastors. Under a reGiven liboral Interpretation,' Iho Oilier Louisville. Ky., Sopt. 4. The State tives of some 85,000 miles of roads, Flattering Prospects Willi porting Blalno obtained 172, C80; cent modification of the church laV Board of Health Is setting on foot was seeking a separat eagTeement White House pronouncement was conFor CJimmI Voir. Morgan Sl.Of.S; McIIenry, 8,871. A a bishop, under certain conditions, a campaign against the few doctors strued as moaning that lawful, peacethe shopmen's walkout. closo contest Ins deve'opd betwpen has tho righiU if he thinks It best of the State who are willing to give assemblages will not bo broken ful of Despite the unwillingness High Tho Hnrtford Graded and Solomon Levltan, La Follette candi- to exercise ltT to return a preacher whisky prescriptions to any person Western railroad leaders and union up by Government officers nnd that session opened Its 1922-2- 3 date for Stato Treasurer, and Henry to a charge for more than four years who will pay them a feo for so do- officials to discuss the rumors, Mr. considerable latitude will bo allow- School Monday with good prospects for a Johnson, Incumbent. And the churches ing, it was announced hero'today, by Scott said that "there have been some In buccesslon. ed lu the utterances of individuals so year In sight. 127 pupils In the Congressional races the fol- havo Leon quick to tak advantage Dr. A. T. llcCormack, StEte Health conferences, but just what, I do not long as they are not calculated to banner In tho high school de- lowing Republicans have been nomiof this In tho conference this year Officer. Incite troublo or Interfere with trans- were enrolled know." He refused to discuss the partment, 53 of whom were from out nated: portation. nie five preachers who aro completThis campaign will in no case at- whereabouts of Mr. Jewell, who has County., All of tho grades are First District, Congressman H. A. ing their fifth year, these being the tempt to Interfere, Dr. McCormack been missing since the government It 1b understood that tho Cabinet In the likewise well attended, somo b lug Cooper: Second, Congressman Ed- ilev. E. C. Cole, at Chapel Hill; tho tomeeting devoted some discussion with doctors who pro- obtained a temporary Injunction school Is presided ov ward Volght; third. Congressman Rev. C P. Walton, of the Scottsvllle mado It plain, day to this phase of the Government crowded. Tho scribe whisky only to patients who, against the strikers last Friday, and Mary Mark:?, with Prof. .Tohu M Nelson; Fifth, Congressman Clrcalt: tha Rev. J. C. Rawllngs, of ln their opinion, will be benefitted who has been reported In Baltimore Injunction proceedings resulting In er by Miss O. L. Shultz, assistant and Miss Flor- WHHrm II. Stafford; Sixth, Congress tho First Church at Henderson; the by Iquor used as a medicine. Its only In conference with Eastern executhe announcement made. For the ence NMeon In the upper department man Flornin J. Lampert; Seventh, Rev. C. E. Carter, of the Highland targets, ho declared, are "physicians tives. lengthy session of the most put tho Prof. W. P. Khoads has charge of the Congressman J. D. Beck; Eighth. Park Church, at Louisville; the Rev. Cabinet vns devoted to discussions of Smith-Hughguilty of the nefsrlous, unprofes The rail chiefs and tho union leadcourse and Mrs. C. II Congressman E. E. Browne, W. C. Frank, of Greenville. ways and means of serving fuel on a sional and disgraceful practice of sell ers united In declaring that any peace do metof tho department of In tho Fourth John Schnpfer of Those who aro completing their ing prescriptions to all applicants talk was premature, and T. DoWltt national scale and of combatting the Heavrln -conomlcs. 0h-o- r appears Inevitable for tle science and horn" faculty are: 7th Milwaukee Is leading John Grunwald, fourth year are the Rev. V. W. El- who can pay a fee for them." shnrtago that Cuyler, chairman of the executives members of the also of Milwaukee, by 134 tho vote, gin, of Adairvlllo; the Rev. J. W. tho winter months. The first step ln tho campaign al- association, issued a statement degrades, Mrs. S. O. Keown; being 8,272 for Schaefer, 8.13S for Cassadny, of Rocky Hill; the Rsv. K. Admitting thnt ho jvns aiming at and Sth ready has been taken. It was tb claring that any peace talk was preCth, O. D. Carson; 3rd and Grunwald, with only threo precincts V. Bonnett, of Columbia; the Rev. urge all County Medical Societies to mature and T. DeWltt Cuyler, chalr-man-- ot Attornoy General Daugherty and Fed- Cth and 4th, Miss Alice Taylor; 1st and 2nd to bo heard from. J. G. Akin, of Lebanon; the Rev. P. see that helr members who write the executives association, Iseral Judge Wllkersou at Chicago, Miss Beulah Moore. Another contest that is decidedly P. Napier, of Vino Grove; the Rev. W. proscriptions conform strictly with sued a statement declaring "newsRepresentative Huddleston, DemoThe Graded and High Schools at J. crat, of Alabama Introduced a bill in Fordsvillo, Beaver Dam, McIIenry, closo is that In the Ninth. Georgo14G H. Archv. of Earllngton; the Rev. A. the law. The next step, Dr. McCor- paper reports to tho effect that a setptl 12.925 in R. Kasey, of Hopklnsvllle; the Rev. mack said, will bo prosecutions where tlement ot the strike had'been effectthe Houso making it punishable by Itockport and Centertown, also op- cnhnrMop nht n In precincts out of 243; Henry Grass, L. F. Plercey. of Hopklnsvllle Cir- evidence Is submitted to the State ed Is absolutely without foundation. any fluo and removal from office for ened Monday and reports from nil are 12,358; Elmer Hall, 7,411. cuit; the Rev. A. D. Leitchfleld, of Board of Health showing that men The roads are standing squarely on official "to Issuo an Illegal Injuncthe largest enrollA race ln the Eleventh, hi which Princeton; the Rev. J. T. Rushing. are any person of lawful to tho effect that preserving the platform adopted by them August indiscriminately tion; to deprive ments of the schools' history were tho n Leaguo made a hard of Messlck Memorial, at Louisville; whisky. 23. The executives are a unit as to right, privilege or Immunity." recorded. All of the common schools fight, showed that Congressman A. tho Roy. P. L. King, of Portland, at "We know," Dr. McCormack said, this and are entirely satisfied with Johnston Attacks Injunction. moving on with of the County are In 141 preLouisville; tho Rev. Carl C. Gregory "that such a practice Is condemned present conditions." William II. Johnston, president of good beginnings and the year Just P. Nelson wns behtnd cincts out of 385. The vote Is: 11. P. of Settlo Msmorial, at Owensboro; as utterly outrageous and Indefensiof MaIt was pointed out by another extho International Association begun bids fair to outclass any, in the Poavy, wot advocate 8,971; Nelson tho Rov. C. G. Prather, of West out of every hun- ecutive that the roads mentioned In by ninety-nin- e chinists, 85,000 of whoso men are ble advancement of education within the 7.404. Broadway, at Louisville. dred doctors in Kentucky, and we reports as bolng willing to negotiate Involved In tho railroad strike, dubb- past. bishop will appeal to the profession of the State a separate settlement, representing Congressman James In the Tenth. It Is probable that tho tho Government's strike writ a ed -- big nolbo" at a strikers' meeting A. Frear was renominated without he asked to return several of these, to tako this tand publicly and see fifty two class ons carriers which op BAPTIST CIIUHOII SERVICES opposition. men erate only 85,000 miles of railroads, ln ono case Is) this assured for the that the people know that the today and declared ho proposed 1iore Vnrdatnan Seems Defeated Hopklnsvllle church has already for- who are engaged In such practices are out of a total ot 235,000 miles, or apto stand on his "Inallennblo constiII. S. Ding, converted Chinese, Bro. Jackson, Miss., Sept. 6V Completo mally petitioned that Dr. Kasey ba merely taking the places of that proximately one-thir-d of the mlleago tutional rights." student of Georgetown college, will unofficial returns from thirty-fiv- e anyreturned to thorn. worst eloment of tho old saloon- - of all class one roads. "They nro not going o scare a missionary address at Hartdeliver Tha law with regard to presiding keepors who forcod national prohiIn discussing the meting of tho body by nny such damned fool tac- ford Baptist Church, Monday night, counties nnd Incomplete roturns from In the Stato to- elders was not modified and still re- bition on tho country." peaco, other forty-seve- n tics." crlod Johnston. "I love union executive committee, Mr, Scott 1922, nt 7:30 p. m. Every- tho S:pt. 11. 172,507 votes, mains arbitrary that at tho end of Only four hundred of the three said that It was hoped that tho' ses but by the eternal I'll fight to the body In Hartford cordially Invited to day, accounting for former four years: they must be changed. thousand doctors In the State write sions would result In settlements with gavo Hubert D.. Stephens. great spiritual treat with last ditch for our heritage." enjoy this Class 1 roads. H', member pf Congress, a lead of 9,419 This will bring changes In four of the prescriptions at all, according to Dr. at least fifty-tw- o No attempt was mado by local au- us. ' votes over former United States Sen- seven distrlcta of the conference, McCormack. aald that the expense entailed in the thorities to prevent either tho meetDing will also fill the, follow Bro. In the con-loG. W. assembling of strike leaders Would ator Jamo3 K. Vnrdaman thoso affected being the Rev. ing or Johnston's address, although ing speaking dntes In our county: MRS. WELLS DIES for the Democratic senatorial Hummell. of tho Bowling Green Dis not have made It worth whllo to Issuo Dundoe-.S'uesda12th. a. m. then were no efforta at secrecy. Tho voted on in yesterday's trict; tho Rev. T. L. flulse. of the a call unless there was a possibility mooting was hold whore meetings Heaver Dam, Tuesday. 12th. p. m. nomination State-wid- e primary. Mjs. Marie Wells, aged 63, died of a settlement being reached. Tho tinmlnrson District: the Rev. B. M. Tiavo been hold slnco the beginning of Kockport, Wednesday 13th, p. m. On tho faro of theso roturns Steph- Currle, of the Hopklnsvllle District; Wodnesday aftornoon, Sopt 6th, at 3 union leaders compared the stiuatlon tho striko and reporters were adm d. Centertown. Thursday, 11th, p. m. -a total of 90,903 votes and tho Rov. L. K. May of the Owensnoro o'clock, nfter a long Illness, at tho to tho action recently a Clovoland West Providence, Friday 15th, p. ens had already homo of her son. J. B. Wells, this which ended tho bituminous coal Vardaman 81,544. District. One of these has "I for ono, will defy Mr. Daugher- m. wore con- strike. John L. Lewis, president ot Reduction of tho Stephens majori- been placed, tho Rov. T. L. Housa city. Funeral services and ty from Interfering with my right to of tlrse churches Mombors my fellows and discuss brethren close to theso points will ty, which early today reached up- having recently been named as editor ducted by the. Rev Russoll Walker, tho miners, presenting certalm terms assomblo with votes, was attributed of the Central Methodist, the confer- at the Hartford BaptlBt Church to any operators who cared to sign. with them matters of mutual inter- remomber these data and avail thoni-slve- s ward of 17.000 duThursday morning at 10:30, after Rail officials, on their part, declar"Men an to tho drifting in of returns from ence paper. Ho will assume his exclaimed. est." Johnston of this opportunity to hear ln tho hills, ties In October, which her remains wero laid to rest ed that thero could be no comparison lsolatod fought, blod and died for thnt llborty; Inspiring address. Bishop U. V. W. Darlington, or In Oakwood cemetery. In the two situations, as the mines of romoved from telephone nnd teleto nny Injunction Pastor wo will not submit RUSSELL WALKER. Tho deceased lady is survived by we're not lnl operation at the tlmo graph lines, recognized as Vardaman Huntington. W. Va., will bo the attempts to tnko It from us." Tho Hartford Baptist Church.. thnt bishop this time and for the four children, J. B. Wells, of Hart- while tha roads are running. strongholds. A burst of applause greeted this Issued at noon from threo succeeding years. This Is his ford; Mrs. E3tll Smith, Horton; Mrs. No Western executive would talk A statement MOTHER OF 11 AT ill statement. NOW HAS TRIPLETS the Stephens headquarters claimed a first visit as presiding bishop to tho J. T. Glbbs, Lowlsburg and Miss Iua for publication, but many Insisted llllter Attnck On n.iunlH'ily. Wolls, of Louisville. privately that tho striko was broken, victory for Mr. Stephens by from conference In Kentucky. -- oBitter attacks on Daugherty by oto 10,000 votes. Ky., Sopt. 5. Mrs. that all talk of a settlement had endWinchester. SPECIAL SERVICE nnmo and Federal Judge Wllkorson PAKI MUTUEL BETTING ed with the last meeting of the execuHonry Allen Hampton, wife of a well-to-AT FAIR HELD LEGAL of Chicago by Implication marked tives In New Vork, and that they had farmer nearPtno Grovo, this SLAYER OF "PERFECT Mr. R. A Karaker, pastor Of a mado and would make no overturns Johnston's talk. Reninrklng that tho county, todny gavo birth to triplets. LOVER" LEAVES HOSPITAL el "railroads surely must bo desporato Sho has homo el on chlldron nnd chrlEtlan church In Batavla, Iowa, looking toward furthr conforenco3 Bowling Green. Ky. Sopt. 5. 'hon coinpolled to resort to such at- la !M vnnra old. Her InsL two chil betting machines may be used who' Is visiting relntlves In Hartford, with tho strike leaders. City, Mo., Sept. 5. Mario Kansas . tacks and urge Daughorty to do tho dren wero twins. Mrs. Hampton has i "Peggy" Real, who shot herself after on tracks at county fairs In Kentucky, will preach at the Christina Church, continued: Ulrtr work, ho Warren Anderson, her under a ruling todny of the Court ot Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. times. When killing Frank BOXER DROPS DEAD fi -''Hero's u man, a croaturo of tho been married three sho was the "porfect lover," In a downtown hotel Appeals dissolving tho Injunction CHURCH RENTS COW assuming to sot aside the fcwlns were born Judge Administration, general granted last Friday by Circuit wife of Ivn King. Tho Kings had three months ago, loft the Easton, Ponn.. Sopt. 4. FIvo inu-ut- es all tho lights guaranteed by the Con- moved to Daytoiu. Ohio. Tho 1913 liospital today to fuco a murder John 11. Gilliam, restraining the Warafter ho knocked dowu Elmer opAt areeusboro N. C. the Churrh n court at) subAssociation from stitution and here's came Just beforo tho twins wore chnrgo placed by Cameron Orr, prose- ren County Fulr a ca- -i Cross his sparring partner in a trainto speclnl private Interests flood erating machines at Its fair this week, by tho Sldo of tho road bought servient Harrese'lS, born. Tho expectant mother was cuting attorney. from and Is renting It at $1 a woek to ing bout today.. Louis according to word received nnd thy BO beyond all bounds and forced to spend a day and a night on Miss Real's attorney, Goorg Tho a boxer, droppeddead. congregation. Whnt families ln the sot asltlo tho Constitution. announced that ho would Frankfort. applied tho the roof of tholr homo. Rescued, , Over exertion was given as Uugeno Mitchell, stockholder, filed Income from tho cow will bo hns a Judgo for Invading tho arraignment, i brought to Kontucky and tho ask an Immediate cows, nnd causo of his death, but Cross wan and sotting asldo laws she was week for un Injunction re- to the purchase of more Constitution The prolty bobbed hatred slayer suit last twliw wero born the next day. Mrs. County Fair an tho herd Increases each family's held by the police pending a Coroand guarantees? Hampton's sister, Mrs. Smith Tipton was turned over to tho pollco by tuo straining the Warren ner's verdict. obliexpenditure for milk will decrease. In only one annwer A loclation from operatlug parl-m"There ovor- - has glvtn birth, to two sets of twins. hospital authorities. gation to corporation Interests Government's Course As To Strike Order Fully Explained on Mrs. Sarah, wife of Squire Q. S. . Holbrook died at their Homo near Hofiin, Sunday evening ut 8:30, of Vardaman Apparent Loser what was thought to have Jioen a In Mississippi Sen- nomorrnago oi me urain. ono uccuinu atorial Fight. ill while attending services at Wood'ti Valley church, Sunday morn- ward Dm frt1l lnlllir llftflin Rill lllf1 tfl Ini, Milwaukee, Sept. C What prorals-dlzz- y bo assisted to her room, being In a nnd weakcifed condition. Sho.es to be the largest majority over elec-Th- e continued to grow worse, to tho end. Riven a candidate In a primary tlon In Wisconsin was being rolled decoas d lady wus 43 jears of: today by Senator Robert M. age a dovoted member pi tho Wood- -' Valley Haptlst church nnd Follctto as a result of yesterday's possessed many admiring friends. Dc- -( prlmuiy. With something like more than f..r,. I... ,.,i,rriiM'o Biunn 2K von i ago, sho was a Miss King, daughter j half of the precincts In the Stato re porting, indications were that La: of Mr. and Mrs. Elijah King, deceasaddition to htr husband and Follette's majority would oxc ed ed. In adopted son, Kills Norrls, there are 150,000 over W. A. Ganfleld, of two sl.tors surviving: Mrs. Lena Waukosha, In his contest for the King, Route 6, Hnrtford and Miss Itepubllcan United States senatorial Chloo King, of Henderson, also two nomination. Itrturns from 1,0 10 prclncts out brothers, Rod nnd Joe King, of the of 2,253 gave La FolloUe 223,742 and place. latter Funeral services were conducted by Ganfield 89,230. La Follette's vote at Mt h tremendous, and It Is apparent that the np.v. Wm. Wlcclnton Cirmel Haptlst Church Monday af- women flocked to his banner In suf ternoon nnd burial or the remains ficient number to make possible the overwhelming lead ho, has maintaintook place in tho Church Cemetery. ed from tho time tho first precinct 1 ' tho Injunction, holding j thai the law allowing tho machines I'alnt confined them to the regular rac2 JU d3y .minted SUMMONED TO PARLEY Clim-clinicM- tracks The case was carried to tho Court 20-2- s five-hundr- M03-damf- s. i to-cu- es Anti-Saloo- st voting-precinct- s pro-Hidi- ng 9,-0- do Parl-niutu- Blrm-Inirlln- ex-cu- u- "RED CLERGY" TO REBUILD CHURCH days of tlio tallow dip candle. Wh n gas lighting canto, tho pcoplo scoffed at this marvel, Just as somo do to-- I President ono of Many Notables Who Will Attend Meeting At day In discussing tho wonderful utlli- -' Cleveland ty t ervlco of today. Russia's Young Ministers "Now, s;o what wo enjoy today, In Cleveland, O., Sopt. 2. President and conveniences. llfo's comforts Plan For Revival Of Look at tha revolutionary changes Harding will be admitted to member- -' Religion. degro-- , Scot-- , gas and oloctriclty and tho other pub ship In tho thirty-thir- d tlah Rite of Free Masonry, at the ono lic utility sorv'cos w have wrought Those are tho happy days, but so few, hundred and tenth annual meeting, Moscpw. Aug 11 Tho "red clerot tno supreme council for the North- of us realize it." ' gy," led by r group of young men, "The 'Gloomy GuV of business orn Jurisdiction of tho United States, hold Its first congress hero early In must wako up to tho big fulun,'" ' hold la Claveland September 16, i August and discussed plans to es- nhead. Most nrosnorous. most re- - It "a announced. In the commercial 1 world good will is regarded as one of the most valuable tablish a now "live church." It was . sourceful of all nations, the citizens '" President will Us ono of the i srrs 51 hiisinpss prm In valuation of industrial companies it is frequently contended that tho church must be , of these United States aro blind to many notables who will gather hero i rated at many millions of dollars. We believe that good will is also of great brought nearer to tho masses, and tho many advantages for which they for tha meeting, state governors, sen-- ; value to a railway system in fact, we b elieve it is one of the most valuable as- ators, congressmen, statesmen and that the "new church" should bo as should bo thankful. men of affairs of several foreign "simple and ns humble as was Christ sets a railway system can have. himself." countries having signified their In- -' Catarrh Cannot Be Cured We are constantly seeking to promote good will among our patrons lor tne Tho alms of tho "red clergy" so With LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, on thoy tentlon of attending. Sir John M. ' Illinois Central System. We are doing it by attempting to render a ciepenua- tho called hecauso of Its acknowledge cannot reach local scat of tho disease. Gibson, former premier of Canada, ' disease, greatly InCatarrh Is n ble. efficient transportation service: by having officers and employes who are ment of the social revolution and tho fluenced by constitutional condition, ami and Thomas R. Marshall, former Vice you must ta'o an In order to cure at all times courteous nnd oblitrinD-t- our natrons: by giving our patrons ac Internationale, Include liquida- Internal remedy. It ot tho United States, hav Soviet President Hall's Catarrh MediIs taken Internally and acts tion of the Superiority of tho regu- cine blood on tho mucous surfaces ofthru written that they oxpect to be here curate information in regard to the Illinois Central System; by tho the lar clergy In Russian church affairs; system. Hall's catarrh Medicine was t for tho council meeting. with us through their construcour patrons and seeking their physicians of doing away with the reactionary sec- prescribed by ono for tho best It Is comPresident Harding Is expected to in this country years. tive criticism and suggestions. posed of of tho best tonics 19. tion of higher clergy, who, It Is combined somo somo of the best known, arrive here September Details blood with We have sought to create for this railway system, in the consciousness of our claimed; are still hoping for a coup purifiers. Tho perfect combination 'if of bis visit have not been completed. In Hall's Catarrh Medithe sweep them Into power cine Increments produces such wonderful He Is the candldnt? of tho Columbus patrons, a personality embodying the highest ideals of public service. It is tod'etat to Is what results In catarrhal conditions Send for Valley of tho supremo council. again, and preparation of nn ward such ideals that we are constantly striving. It is our gndeavor to be of Icsllmonlnls. free conclave at which a suc- V. J. CHENET ft CO., Props.. Toledo, O. Tho first meeting of tho officers constructive service to every 'community .every farmer, every business man, evAH DrutTEtsts, "fir. cessor to Patriarch Ticlion In to be will bo held Saturday, September Hall's Family Pills for constipation. ery industrial and commercial enterprise in the territory which we serve with 1C. Sunday the council will attend eisctcd. O transportation. bo Result of Split. PLACARD WILL TELL church In a body. Monday will The Tho "red clergy" group, beaded by devoted to couwnittco mooting. We have repeatedly appealed to our patrons to work closely with us, to supArchbishop Antonin and a number of suprem; council will go Into spsston port us, not only with their business, but with their friendships, to fortify us The Owenslwiro Merchants who Fuvor young Moscow and Petrograd clergyTuesday and will continue until Dark Tobacco Association with their constructive criticism and suggestions. men, came Into exlstsnec as a result Thursday. Owensboro, Ky Sept. 4. Owens-bor- o among tho Russian OrthoThe Illinois Central System and its patrons are sharers of common problems. of a split Plans for tho building of a new merchants will be ask'd to Scottish Rlto temple at New York, dox clergy, brought about soon after It is to our best interests to be ever mindful of the best interests of the territory show their Interest In tho Dark Toconfiscation of church treasures was to take the place of tho one in Uos-tnwe serve, and, on the other hand, we believe our patrons can best serve their bacco Growers Associaand for the awarding of scholstarted by Soviet government offi- tion by displaying In own interests by doing that which will strengthen us. Representatives of all dewintlulr show cials. arships to young men and women f dows a card of endorsement of tho partments of the Illinois Central System are filled with a pride in their work of Because of the opposition which exceptional ability, irrespective organization. This plan has been and a desire to be of helpful service to our patrons. They are striving to make developed among tho ruling church their Masonic affiliations, for which In many other towns thru-opatron of this railroad feel a friendship for and a personal interest in the authorities, a number of tho clergy followed a fund of $3,000,000 has been creatthe dark district with splendid were prosecuted in various parts of ed, will be discussed. Illinois Central System. equally as good aro exRussia, even Patriarch Tlchon him- results and Among other prominent men who pected here. It is our hope that the Illinois Central System will always stand in the front on trial. self having been placed will be candidates for the highest Some of tho merchants hearing of rank of the railroads of this country in having the good will of its patrons. We Many sentonces of death wero impos-- 1 Masonic degree are Governor Alex. the proposition, voluntarily asked feel grateful to those we strive to serve for the full measure of support and confipd, somo of which woro carried into .1. Groesbeck, of Michigan; oral for tho placards and displayed them, effect, and various other dence which they have accorded us in the past, and we shall leave nothing unGovrnor C. S. Dlneen, of Illinois, and the rest ar9 expected to accept and clergymen wero given jail senand Benson W. Hough, Justice of the done in endeavoring to merit their continued support and confidence in the futhem promptly when approached by tences. Realizing that tho conflict Ohio Supremo Court. More than ture. We feel that having the good will of our patrons places an added rethe committee. between tho state and tho church 150 candidates for the degree will be sponsibility upon us to do our utmost to serve them well, and we accept that rethreatened the very existence of tho honored at the meeting. THK CIRCUS AGENT'S JURY sponsibility, pleased that we have' the opportunity to contribute to the upholdchurch Itself, the group of young t Swellings of the flesh causi-- by ing of a great and fruitful territory, the incomparable Mississippi Valley. clergymen took the initiative and deA circus press agent, becoming the Inflammation, cold, fractures of the manded tho abdication of Patriarch Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited.. ot a healthy bpy, scorned to bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheuTlchon. The patriarch yielded to the' father send forth the customary conservaC. H. MARKHAM, matism can be relieved by applying demands, and immediately afterward engraved announcement, Ballard's Snow Liniment. President, Illinois Central System. It should the movement of tho "llvo church" tive and and substituted the following: bo well rubbed in over the part afwas Inaugurated. He is here! He is hero! fected. Its great healing and peneAgainst Splendor. He is hero! trating power ea33s the pain, reduces The new movement, first of all, is The Greatest, Grandest, most Glit- swelling and restores natural conagainst supporters of the old Byzantering Gorgeous Gift of God! ditions. Price 30c, 60c and;, $1.20 tine church service which demands primarily to tho women of tho coun- population of only 4S.000 Is a reguA BAnY! per bottle. Sold by Ohio County splendor in all Its glory. It is contry and the students in our college," lar stop, tho Smoky City raised I ' Opens an unlimited engagement at Drug Company. m BIBLE THOUGHTS tended that tho costly mitres of gold the Lcagtio of American Pen Women protest. Tho reason glvon by tho 4 jewels, tho magnificent tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. studded with For This Week aBi has launched a natlon-wld- o campaign Ilaltimoro and Ohio railroad Is MJBTEOR SHAKES TOWN vestments, the priceless rugs are too Tanbark. against disloyalty to tho United It takes 40 minutes to back into tbit BibU ThoaghU fMowtrlted. wCI proro a Positively his first appearance In th' pnctleu hentitf in after years. significant of aristocracy. States "of what-vo- r naturo, In tho Pittsburg station, and out agala. any crib. All tho frame buildings in "In all this splendor," claim tho Nine count them perfect pounds. spoken or printed word." Among . Nev., wero shaken by the young clergymen, "Httlo room Is left other work, textbooks in tho schools I'liAH. RECORD MINE SHAFT See this burley, bouncing, brob- of a meteor. The sound of the fall for the light of Christ's mercy and and colleges will bo closely scrutidingnagian boy. See him toy Impact resembled the muffled and SURE GUIDANCE: In all thy nized; many ot them. It is said, fall, love." The church must bo brought The Oliver Iron. Mining Co., which with his 10 tempting and suppressed explosion in a mine. Sev- ways acknowledge him, and ho shall'i through "proletarized." And It Is on these del.tlons, to Instruct proper- controls half of the Lake Superior tlntlnnabulating toes! eral other meteors wcr obsrved dur- direct thy paths.. Proverbs 3:61 nearer to tho masses it should bo ly In American history, traditions district mining cry with his loud, lusty and ing tho same night. property, will sink a SAYING Finally, and Ideals. GOODRYE: grounds that the "red clergy" have Hear him 4000-ro- t shaft in ths Gogebic range. leonine lungs. brethren, farewell, lie perfect, bo recognized the revolution, Its results, The deepest shaft for Iron mining SEE HIM FED! PRODUCE EXCESS WINE ot gaud cheer, be ot one mind, lire and the Internationale. Mr II EN KY. now In operation Is said to bo 1600 Th? tidy, taut nnd typically trim in pcaco; and tho God of love and, The "live church" proposed also feet deep. It will tnko flvo yean trained nurso will tip hfm his boiled According to J. P. McLaughlin, peaco shall be with you. 2 Cor. 13: to clear tho churches and parish Mr. and Mrs. Leas Carries return to sink the shaft, which will be lined and brittle bottle in six superb exof internal revenue. California 11. councils of counter revolutionary ed to HarrisUurK. III.. Thurmlnv. with steel and will daily morning, matlneo Is producing' wine fire times as fast cost about REVERB THE CREATOR: Thou They wore accompan,Cll ,,y M clergy and to rumovo the vow of celi- hibitions K(lltll It Iw still uncertain whethand ovenlng. bond. art worthy. O Lord, to receive glory as it is beftrg-relead fronv bacy for bishops. Grand Vocal Concert Immediately During' tho fiscal year which ended and honour and power; for thou hast Wllon. who will spend somo time In er men will bo able to work so far iila, ..itv down among ore rock. Prior to Each Palpitating Juno 30 the production of wine In created all things and for thy plea1-suWAY RACK YONDER Mtas Oaela Flencr Is tha guest of northern California exceeded withthey arn- and wero created. Mr. and Mrs. N. Faught. ROY 1'lfatYS WITH IIIJ.li: CURS. After which tho great wonder spec- drawals by approximately 3,000,000 Revelation 4:11. A statesman of National reputation Miss Sadie Hockor is in Louisville, tacle gallons. PERFECT SAFETY: Fear thou purehaslng her fall millinery. an'cf a member of the House of RepreWhen Donald Small, four years SLEEP Mr. J. Itussoll Tlchenor. left for old, ot Kane, Pa wand-resentatives for a good mnny years Marvelous, Miraculous, Mysterious. FRENCH TRAVELERS EXCLUDED not; for I am with thee; Iw not disoft Inu mayed; for I am thy God; I will Rowling Green, Saturday, while celebrating his 85th birthday a where ho to tho woods back of his honw Sublime. strengthen theo;. yea, I will holp will enter school. short time ago laughed heartily at his mother started her search for Tlio Intense German feeling to- thee, va, I will uphold Present this card at tho door. theo with tho posslmlsts who aro worried over buMr. and Mrs. D. Hurt and daugh-- 1 him. When aim found him Donald wn a tho French has bean Loslte's Weekly. right hand of my righteousness. Isa. tor, Miss Mario, visited in Rrowulo siness recovery. was tumbling about tho ground with by tho anion of ih- passport 41:10. Sunday. "Americans today, in tho rush for two bear cubs whllo the cubs' troth-,- 4 authorities in stopping French travel-er- a THE LORD SUSTAINS: They Mrs. Leila Toll spent tho weok-J- er the almighty dollar, forgot tho blessnear by comp'acontly ato apples. Tho officials ai tho bordor. that wait upon tho Lord shall' renew ings they enjoy" said tho veteran of Tho child wanted to load the bears havo clos d thoir offices and havo re- their strength; they shall mount up end In Hartford visiting relatives a hundred political battles. Mr. S. Conrad Tlchenor Is homo fur playmates but on tho apsorted to many pretexts to refuse with wings nsaglos; thoy tliall run For Infants and Children "Why, back in my homo town, in Rfw.'ing Green: Shis week. proach ot Mrs. Small thoy wero visos to French pafesports, w"th the Years result that somo 1)000 French travel- and not bo weary; and thoy shell . long years ago, bofore tho days of In Use For Over t frlghtoned and fled. walk, and not faint. Ualah 40:31. gas and electric lights, tho telephone, Always bears GHOST DISCLOSES HONES. T ers havo been delayed. the n PURE 'RELIGION,: Pure electric railways and other marvo-lou- s Signature of Cta&sfffiZc&tL DERATE PROPER and undetilcd beforu God and About seven ago Honry inventions that have brought TWENTY CHURCHES IN ONE COURT COSTIJ.UK th' Father Is this, to visit tho fatherliving neur Palnesvlllu, Pa., comfort fo the- people, tho folks of fhO- Tho proper dress for tho modern. the town oponed thoir eyes In umazo-nioi- it RHAIN WORKS REST AFTER 50 More than 20 protestuut denomina- less an.! widows in their affliction, mysteriously disappeared. Since thou keep himself unspotted from overy farmer who, has at the sight of an oil lamp in lived on the Portia whoa she pleads bolero tb tions 'are building a church In com- nnd to Big men do thoir best work af,tor mon at Jackson Heights, Long Is- the world. James 1.27. :t store window. p!aco has had visitations by u ghost bar ot justice was tho center of InWHAT OOD WILL DO: Ho will which when pursued always disap- formal "Just look back at those days. Well they are 50, according to It. 0. land. The building, which will cot dlscuuslon among the deledo I member wheu tho pcoplo Forboo, r. finance'. wrIJar. For in JlttO.OOO will seat COO pcoplo nnd swallow up death In victory, and tho peared In tho direction of nn old woll. gates of tho American liar Associathronged down the main street to sco stanc , Uo hjvs that not oua important will havo a modom graded Sunday-schoo- l, Lord God will wlpo away tears from The present owner ot tho farm, Carl tion at San Francisco. Most of tha faQ-s- ; and tho rebuke ot his Logies, was dotormlncd to. railroad president In tho country is u gymnasium off all find out women dologatos favored a covrlng Iocs than 40 and tho majority 'aro and other conveniences required in peoplo shall ho take away from off all tho cause of tlw apparatlon and donn- for tho head whllo ndd'rosslug a jury. spoken ed out the woll. well past the half century murk, Ilo found tho bones Thoro is ample precedent for such church structures. It It) the earth; for tho Lord hath Ssmucl Ron was 58 when ho lxcamo doubtful if so many different do IL Isa. 2R:8. ot Henry Ll'penstlck. practice in tho canon Inw of tho oarly -hoail of tho Pennsylvania; Trucsdalo nominations have ever botnre ar Christian church which pormltted RIDER CLAIMS PRIZES HULL DIES IN PIT of tho Lackawanna Is 70, Elliott of rang-"to meet under ono roof. women to wear their headgear In tho tho Northern Pacific and Lovett of sanctuary as a mark of rospoct, just A cup and bridle valued at ?1, In the oil fields of Wyoming coun- as men wero required to remove their A ROTTLER EGG tho llarrlmau lines aro 61, Smith of 000 wore prosontod to Mrs. J. II. De ty, N. Y. 350 quarts of nitroglycerin NOW York Central Is 58 and Wll-- 1 the bats for tho samo purpose Ity soaking" an ordinary egg in a La Vorgno, Now Orleans social lead- was kept la a magazine partly underird of the Baltlmoro & Ohio CO, W. A. Roeblitig was olected president ot strong solution of water and ticetlc er, when sho won a socjuty horse ground mid partly covered over with WOMEN FIGHT FIRE one of the inrgost bridge compuulos acid you can make tho shell so soft rnco. The, owner of tha horse. F. M, metal sheeting and earth. A bull No rospoiiRo camo from tho flro In America at tho ago of 84. Giorgo that it Can bo pressed Into n bottle McFnrlauo, says thnt tho liorso was grazing In tho field foil nlto tho pit Baker, ono of tho biggest bankers, the neck ot which appears far too lent w(th tho provision that any prize and Tor fear of an explosloji no at- department when Mrs Cheatln, of Is 82, Chnuncey Dopow was born In small for the egg to pass thru. Tho ho accredited tu tho hqrsQ and not tempt was mado to rescue tho unlmal. Mount Ephralm, N. J., telephoned l nnnnnuco that her houso was burning. 1834 but Ih only two years oldor than egg will harden agala nnd tho3o not to the ridor, A court Ih trying to After two weeks It died of Mrs. Susanna Ueetlo, a storekeeper, understanding the trick will marvel decido ownership ot tho prizes. "Unclt Joo" Cannon. --- i i? said: "I guess wo women will havo how you over got it Into so small a CAMPAIGN AGAINST DISLOYALTY, PITTSRURG'H PRIDE WOUNDED to put this fire out." Running to tho SOCIALIST NOMINATE WOMAN. bottlo. 0 flrehouso and mounting tho flro Following information front the t Ilecattse tho New party ot Minnesota Hooka, school nnd oducntton are Tim extrsho gtarted for the scone of deexpress does not halt at Pitts- struction. Sho was selected Mrs. lima M. Olson, ot Min- tho scaffolding by means of which, government that "those who attempt a-fare Joined on th to destroy tlio American institutions, burg, a city ot 700,000 people, while way by neapolis, ns their candidate tor gov- Ood builds up a human foul. soveral other wouiou and In and principles, direct their efforts McKeesport, 16 mllta away, with a tlvo minutes tho ernor In tho November election. flro was out. (tho first keroaono lump burning In that hop window, it was m mo -- HARDING TO RECEIVE 33RD MASONIC DEGREE Illinois Central System Values of Its Patro The Good W I "n as-lav- e. o on n. ut eery arch-bisho- '"""""w Wln-nemuc- -- ' cot-lect- or s. I - sh-vv- n n - CASTOR tA 30 roli-glo- s r well-equipp- ed te . d They are GOOD! -- M&J i& cn-gl- no 'sor-lnlbi- York-Chica- I k Bpectlvo rights of tho parties bo as- AIR TRANSPORT NEXT TO TEST LEGALITY certained In advance to the end that there may bo no unseemly contest GREAT DEVELOPMENT : iiF HIGHWAY BODY ever tho right, to administer said of- rope. od in the nlr on a metal trapeze Four men arc Invited to hold tho Commission Named By Last Legislature Would Clinch Jobs. Frankfort, Ky., Sept. 2 Suit to tent the constitutionality of the Simmons State Highway Commission passed ly the last session of tho General Assembly was filed In tho Franklin Circuit Court today by William h. Hlbcrt, or Howling Green; M. L. Conley, of Morgan County, and Leslie n. Samuels, or Hardstown, against Joo S. Hoggs, highway engineer; II. Gr'cn Garrett, E. S. Monohnn, Iln Wellle and H. II. Ash-o- r, members of tbo present commission. Tho suit was brought under the declaratory act also passed by the last Legislature which tfijs persons tho privllego of ascertaining their rights In advance "oven tho an actual controversy does not exist." Losllo II. Samuels, one of the plaintiffs In tho suit, will probably be made n defendant as sevoral days ago Governor Morrow announced that he had appointed Mr. Samuels a number of the commission to succeed Mr. Monohun, of Louisville, who declined to sorvc longer owing to his health and business connections. Under tho provisions of tho bill the plalntlffs to tho suit nnd Mr. Wellle, n member of tho present board, were made members of tho highway commission with Mr. Slbcrt n chairman. Tho net provided that they wero to assume their dutioa 6n the first Monday in January 1923. Itccchcd Nineteen Votes. When tho bill passed tho Senate It received but nineteen votes. Lieutenant Governor Ballard declined to nign the measure on tho grounds that it carried an appropriation and should havo received twenty votes This notation was made- on the bill by the lieutenant governor and when tho measure was presented to Governor Morrow he declined to receive it as an "official act of the Lglsla- - v fices nnd that tbo Interests of tho public may not bo prejudiced by tho Improvements Altnoxt Antiquated They nr" Ti lei!. Interference with tho orderly trans-actlo- n ctlng themanof business nff Washington, Sept. 7. That transagement of public highways." portation is to bo r. olut Ionized thru t Despondency. tho use of tho air Is the belief of many of the savants of the nation's Sufferers from Indigestion nro apt capital, who aro following with the to become discouraged and feel that most Intenso interests tho startcomplete recovery Is not to be hop ling developments of the last few ed for. No ono could make a great months In aviation. er mistake. Hundreds havo been. Tho Scientific American draws atpermanently cured by taking Cham tention to the probability of a conberlain's Tablets and can now tinuous upper air current blowing eat anything that they crave. These from west to east at a velocity aptnbleta strengthen tho stomach and proaching 300 miles per hour, and enable It to portorm its functions na- suggests tho possibility of traveling turally. If you havo not tried them from. San Francisco to New York in m eight hours by taking advantage of do to at once. tho high galo and tho airplane speed. From London comes word that the PRACTICAL l'OINTKKS British Air Ministry Is experimenting soldiers, You may safely reduce tho number with aerial transport for of eggs in a cake by substituting half with a viow to moving a. large body a teaspoonful of good baking pow-d- of troops In n short time from place to placo, a feat, which if accomplishfor each egg white loft out. successfully ed, would revolutionize' ail existing To dyo grass rugs sweep clean, scrub well with soap Ideas of war. It Is there pointed out suds nnd thon rinse and dry thor- that a thousand mnchlnes, capable of oughly. Use tho dyo as directed by carrying 2G men nnd equipment each, could put an army on tho continent the manufacturer. If water spilled on a shellacked in two days. hardwood floor causes white spots or Transcontinental airplanes are to If oxcesslvo moisture in tho air causes bo charted across the United States whlto spots or if excessive moisture by tho C2 Army blimp, which will in tho air causei a gray, cloudy ap- - start on her voyage as early this noaranc) wit. . chtlv with a soft month as weather permits. c:t.h nloiltcned Vlth donaturcd al- Tho London Daily Mall has offered cobol. Don't uso too much alcohol a $5,000 prlzo for the longest flight and don't resort to this treatment too In a motorless piano, tho competition often. Work fast or the finish will to tako place this month. It Is possibe injured. ble some American airmen will comOld muslin curtains are good for pete. dish cloths. They will not hold the French, British and Belgian aviagroaso nnd will wash out better. They tors aro credited with much amazeare also good for general ment and no llttlo worry about the German motorless plane successes one of which has established a record of thrco hours In tho air, and caused talk of a transocanlc flight without a motor. or house-ccan-ln- IJe-fii- ro Rheumatism And Dyspepsia Are Soon Ended VISUALIZE, IF YOU WILL ture." "t Tho bill Was passed In the Senate y by n strict party voto after an session of tho longand est filibuster la tho history of the Kentucky Legislature. In their petition tho plaintiffs al- lego that "By tho provisions of tho nct-State Highway commission was created, composed of plaintiffs and tho defendant, Ben Wcille, and the plaintiff, William. L. Slhert, was by uald act appointed chairman of said Under tlte provisions commission. of said act said commission superseded the present commission, composed of H. Green Garrett, H. II. Ashcr, Ben Willie and Ed S. Monahan. "The defendant, Joo S. Boggs, Is Rtato hlghwny engineer under appointment by bis Claim Art Is Valid. "lender this act as passed by tho 1922 General Assembly tho duties of tho plaintiffs and defendant Weill' ns members of tho newly created highway commission begin the first Monday in January 1923, and plaintiffs state that tiny nro advised that said net is valid and that on said dato they will bo oxpocted and required to nssume control of 'the public highways of the Commonwealth; hut thy stato that tho defendants 'quostlon their right to assume the duties of said offices, claiming that Bald act is In conflict with tho provisions1 of tho constitution. "Plaintiffs state further that an actual controversy exists as1 to their title to tho aforesaid office as members of tho nowly created highway commission nnd that they and defendants aro desirous that tho ro- all-daall-nig- ht Victims of stomach trouble and rh umntlsm often find that when their stomach is set In order, tho rheumatism disappears. Thousands of people everywhere havo testified that Tanlac has freed them of both troubles simultaneously. Mrs. Mary Bernhardt, D37 Jervis St. Toledo, O., says: "For ten y:nrs I had suffered from stomach trouble and rheumatism. For tho past year I could barely get. around. I started taking Tanlac and Everytoday I am a well woman. thing I eat ngrees with m? perfectly and the rheumatism has left me entjrely." Badly digested food fills the whole system with poisons. Rheumatism and many other complaints not generally recognized as having their origin in the stomach quickly respond to the right treatment. Get a bot- tl of Tanlac today at nny good druggist. Advertisement. NKDDA WILL ATTEMPT TO ItllKAK l:fU TROT MARK Nedda, which Cloveland, Sopt. 2. trotted a mile in 1:59 '4 at Toledo during tho recent Grand Circuit raco meeting, will bo sent against this mark at North Randall, September 22, it was announced today. Nedda is the only mare with a trotting re cord of two minutes or bettor obtained without a Others which will be sent against pace-make- r. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS some E r previous records aro Potor Manning 1:57 94 ; Arion Guy, Margaret Dillon, 2:00, and Prince horse Loroe, champion double-galte- d of tho world. "Tho record" meeting will bo held In connection with tho Gentlemen's Driving Club mntinee. thi-i- 1:59; For untold years the streams ran wild down tho towering mountains, when across a valley men flung a great dam, setting huge turbines at Its base. And a miracle happened. Tho wasted water became power. Lathes and planes and heavy hammers leaped into motion at its touch. Trains moved over the mountains; and the labor of thousands of men and women was Hghtenel by the Iron muscles of machines. "What does this mean to me?" you ask. in that You aro a participant whole vast enterprise and in similar enterprises all over the land. The dam which transformed those idle streams Into power and light are financed by bonds in which is invested a part of your savings. Tho lights that shine in those cities and towns, tho wheels that turn In those factories or mines are all of them dally reminders that the money you havo saved Is not only safe but at work. Besides tho tremendous amount of money invested by Insurance companies in public utility securities, approximately $1,700,000 is invested at tho presont time, by the banks of tho United States, in these securities. Taken all in all, thero are somo dopositors in tho banks of Whoever, therefore tho country. has a hundred dollars in the- - bank, has a financial interest thero alone of at least $63 in tho public utilities of the country. That means that thero aro millions of people in the United States who aro part owners of the electric light nnd power companies, and the strost railway companies. If your child is pale nnd sickly, picks at the noso, starts in the sleep nnd grinds tho teeth while sleeping, it is a sure sign of worms. A reme dy for these parasites will be found In Whlto's Cream Vermifuge. It not only clears out tho worms, but it restores health and cheerfulness. Price 35c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County zn Drug Company. NO-ON- E brought Into play a resistance of over 400 pounds ho hrd to admit himself defeated. Jimmy Wilde, English boxer, and Kalla Pasha, Turkish wrestler, besides othor noted athletes, failed in similar attempts. "Rxsistn" Is not the first person to claim to be "unllftable." Johnny Coulon an account of whom was Given In the Path-flndMny 7, 1921 depended on his ability to keep the lift nt arm's length, or to alter his position so that leverage. Tho secret of Jennie Abbott, "Tho Georgia magnet", lay in his opponent could not get a proper touching certain nerves on the wrist and neck of tho lifter which bad the effect of counteracting his strength. It is different with "Resista." She stands perfectly still, with her arms outstretched, and does not touch the person endeavoring to lift her. Neither does sho maneuver for position. Her only stipulation is that sho be held firmly by the waist. She ascribes her power to mental suggestion. The lifter's power of transmitting nerve force to his lifting muscles seems to he affected by the performer's suggestion that he cannot lift her. "Resista" professes to be mystified nt her own power. "I discovered it when I was about 13 years old, while playing games with other girls," sho explains. "How is it done? Well, I guess it's a combination of brains and body. I just say to myself, "I won't be lifted' and do all I can to keep my feet on the ground at the same time forcing air into the lower part of my lungs. "I must have my feet downwards. If anyone holds mo In his arms like I a baby I cannot offer resistance. can exert this power if grasped under tho armpits or by tho elbows but when gripped by an exceptionally strong man I find this hurts me my resistance is In other words, stronger than my ,own arms will bear, and my elbows give way under the strain. That Is why I request to "ResUa," be lifted by the waist." by the way, Is an American and has appeared in theaters in this country. She probably has an abnormal development of the waist muscles which enables her to force those lifting her to relax their grip to some extent, thus affecting their power. "world's champion weight lifter," tried to lift the girl but when she In tho nlr, down sho comes and tho men will In turn bo lifted by her weight If they hang on long enough. W. A. 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For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aid? the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. , GENUINE yP CASTOR I A ALWAYS Bears the Sigri&rtureof p In Use For Over THK CENTAUR COMPANY. Years 30 Bought The Kind You Have Always NEW YORK CITV. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper Chamberlain's Colic nnd Diarrhoea Remedy in Micliigan. Mrs. A. H. Hall, Caseville, Mich., says, "I wish to thank you for your grand good medicine, Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy. We are never without it in the house, and I am sure) it saved our baby's life Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent up'on giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis the daily newspaper you will need. By special arrangements wo are now able to offer this summer." Mrs. Mary Carrington, Casvilie, Mich., says, "I have used Chamber-lain'- si Remedy Colic and Diarrhoea for years and it has always given prompt relief." m HOW INSECTS WALK ON WATER Wo havo all seen that nnrrow-bodK- d d bug that seems to skate over the surface of the water. It is interesting to know how it walks. When moving it slides on its front and hind legs, pushing with tho middle pair. Only the middle and hind legs touch the water when tho Insect is at rest. The feet dent but do not break the surface which acts as an elastic film. Dry and not easily wet objects will bend this film quite a bit befpre breaking it. The water bug we speak of has feet which are covered with a velvety pile not easily wet. Tho insect's weight is so little in proportion to the surface covered that he does not break thru. This feat may be-- likened to an Interesting experiment. Tako ai small needle, oiled by rubbing it on your hair, and very carefully (by loops of thread or otherwise) lay it in a horizontal position on the surface of water in a tumbler or other It will be notsmall receptacle. ed that tho metal bears down on the surfaco of the water without breaking It. A needle that is not oily will long-legge- ournal THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by ninll, for only $5.75. Tills offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. if desired, start at a latter date, and rcnowals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to tUs office. long-fac- e DEY& folks D.ONE I t When you .have an achey, stretchy feeling and you are dull, tired and discouraged It Is a sign of approaching malaria or chills. You should act quickly to ward off an attack. Hcr-bin- o offors you tbo help you need. It destroys tho malarial germ, drives out all impurities and makes you feci bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price Drug COc. Sold by Ohio County m Company. NO LAW FOR I I ?UIT PE DEBIL. jWfcN PETRUF WU2 'ErA .' To 7"" FA? fl IS, DTK DEJ3II MS' CAN RUNNEt OFF EN UEF' LIFT HER, not float. music A sonsation of European halls Is "Resista," a young woman who successfully defies anyone to life her. Of course, "Resista" isn't her real name; It is only a stage np- Vt t nnllnilnti -'"'"""" " A ItAanAoVa A tl'a I strange power, noi oniy uoes sua resist all attempts to raiso her up but sho scom9 able to alter her weight at will. "Resista" is Just a slip of a girl 20 years old, Just over fivo feet high. Normally she tips the scales at 98 pounds. Those attempting to lift her are astonished to find that sho can exert a resisting force that baffles all efforts. She will cvon allow herself to be lifted a few inchos from the floor and then, seemingly to the lifters, she gradually becomes heavier and heavier until they are forced to lower her. A favorite trick of hers is to be eleva(- Vl s"" STIMULATING GOOD WILL The situation in which the Illinois Contral Railroad finds itself with re ference to its mechanical department is a splendid object lesson to other railroads and to corporate employers generally, on the value of good-wi- ll publicity. This railroad has always done Durmuch to stimulate good-wil- l. ing the past year, President Markham has written a series of letters to all employes, stimulating and has advertised liberally to the public that the Illinois Central worker Is a loyal and courteous unit, in the organization and a servant of tho public. This has put every employe directly on bis honor, and the majority of them have endeavored to WIFE'S T" CONDUCT "I will not attempt to lay down any law for tho conduct of your wife. She can regulate her own affairs. Go homo nnd think of more important things." This is what Magistrate Richards of tho Pittsburg morals court told Albort Sauers who maintained that Ills wifo had no bubinoss to take on tho air of a flapper by having her golden tresses bobbed. CMvHfMijni biMcOunNmMMftynOcMii CAStORJA Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S llvo up to the reputation their was building for thorn. The result of this was that when tho shopmen struck less than one half of those workerB on the payroll of the Illinois Central wont out at the order of national leaden?. Since that time- many of the old employes returned to work in time to save tlwlr seniority and pension rignts, and many others havo reappeared on tho payroll oven after those right were forfeited. Tho Illinois Contral in Its mechanical department today has 12.CD3 employes as compared to 13,507 on June 30, tho day boforo tho strike. In other wordB, thero aro but 804 fewer employes In tho department than what might bo called normal. President Markham and his board of directors bellevo In tho principle of organization nnd stand ready to work hand In hand with those orin ganizations which will serving tho public. The mobt friendly relations exist between the management and all of its employes. From of the controversy tho beginning tho management know that its work- - cr strike. ers were being misled by the natlon-ul shop craft organizations, and everything humanly possible was dono to induco tho men to savo themselves from tho effects of what appeared to b tho inevitable failure, of the Employes in tbo mechanical de- - organizations wero perfected In keoplng with tho resolution of the Railway Labor Board, which held that those who left tholr employment bocauso of dissatisfaction with the rulings of tho Labor Board woro within their rights, but that those who filled tho places left by tho strikers wero not strikebreakers and wero entitled to all tho protection that could bo afforded them by the company nnd by tho governmont. If nil tho railroads of tho country wero In as strong position In their mechanical departments as the Illinois Central, tho railroad strike would bo a closed incident. Editorial in Chicago Journal of Commerce August 28, 1932. partmont of tho company have or- ganlzed six unions to supplant those which abandoned tho road. These tThe Hartford Republican lmblixhcd Weekly by pARTFOHl) riMNTUiG COMPANY Incorporated W. 8. TlXSLEf, Editor nnd Business Mannjtcr. Entered nccordlng to law at tuo foBtofticc, Hartford, Ky., as uioll putter of ttao second class. Address all communications Site Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCIUBEKS Subscribers desiring the paper sent o a' new hddress must give tbe old UJdresfl In making tbe request. Business Locals nrd Notices 10c jsr line, and 8c per Uje for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions ind Cards OLATON ROUTE 1. pt Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head line and slgnautre, money la advance. Sir. and Mrs. W. R. Hall and two Church Notices for services free, per children went to Dundee Saturday ftnt other advertisements, lc to visit V. V. Hall who is ill. vord. will Anonymous communications Revival seivlro.i continue at Mount receive no attention. Vernon, under the able preaching ,of pastor M. E. Wilcox. TELEPHONE Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hurt and three ,. .. 59 Farmers Mutual were children, of Taylor Mines, guests of E. A. Halle and family, of SEPTEMBER 8 Hartford, Route 2, Sunday. FRIDAY, Rev. Snell Is preaching at Concord, one of the assisting pastor Ashley In a wonderUsclls was the name of three fellows charged with and held ful meeting. Both attendance and for wrecking tho million dollar fly- Interest are tho best. Rev. Wilbert Hallo was In this er near Gary, Ind. When our cold grows worse we may be able to speak vicinity several days this week, do the names of the other two foreign ing gospel work. Mrs. Walter C. Earp is in Louiscrs. ville under treatment for removal of a cancerous' trouble of the forehead. The situation In the drive for seJ. F. Allen of Beaver Dam, accomcuring members and contracts in the panied Mrs. Earp, returning Mon JDark Tobacco Growers two day night. She will remain association In Ohio County, fs rapidGrowers are weeks. ly rounding Into form. Mrs. Hallle McDaniel was at dally coming into the organization. A Sunday, as the guest of long small meeting was hdd not , -- . Mrs. Lefa Graves, since at which every grower present is Rev. Jackson Allen of Roslne, was J said to huve signed up, there being in Hartford to attend the Randall 17 of them present. Meetings are Holiness meeting In progress near the being held In various sections, and, one night last. week. today and tomorrow there are to be L. & N. station, Mrs. Mercedes Duncan has removed Narrows , large gatherings at Roslne, household goods from Davidson, Fordsvllle, Col. Passonneau be- her Ky., to Horse Branch, later she will ing the chief speaker for these join her husband In Whiting, Ind. points. Thoso in charge of the. orMiss Audra E, Halle spent several ganization 'Work, locally, are putting days recently In Beaver Dam, visiting "forth earnest efforts and they are John F. Allen and Mis. Allen. most assuredly entitled to the hearBennie Long was a guest of his of the individual ty brother, Mr. John H. Long, near Talk It to your growers themselves. Sunday. neighbors, as by discussing the mat- Hartford, of Williams Mrs. Ton Peach, ter all will gain information as to Mines, was in Beaver Dam Tuesday, what is best for every details and Allen. grower of the weed. The proper in- visiting Mrs. J. F. Rev. W. E. Ilallo was In Owens-bor- o rightly disseminated will formation Thursday and Friday, visiting undoubtedly bring forth the desirMrs. Alice. Crabtree. Don't sleep on your Job, ed results. Mr. O. W. Hall of Williams Mines Mr. Tobacco Grower, this Is your Origin recently. opportunity to ally yourself lost a barn by fire first of the fire not determjned. with an organization and system that Rev. Jackson Allen, Rev. Sylvester will, comparatively speaking, be most Autry and John Goodman were In certain to relieve you of uncertainOlaton on business Thursday. ties and worry when it comes to Miss Maudic Frances Halle spent a marketing the fruits of your year's in- Taylor Mines. necessary few days recently stop with Do law-abidi- would be held as a "scrap of papor" If tru?, Is by labor organizations, Baying that organized labor Is and Intends to be unlawful in Its acts, means to destroy, property of others etc. If the Intlmltlnto brow-bestatement was made ns reported, by tho Federation of Labor's chief It mightily like a treasonable utterance and If his prediction Is to iomo tru? we would close our eyes to the vision that may soon confront us. But we hope the prophecy Is all to tho wrong, that Americanism in its freedom and manhood, of which all but o comparative few of tho various organizations of the Country must be composed, knows better than the aged Gompers. Hotheads there be in every walk of life, we've always had these always will, and over we these sanity and .the feel certain are to prevail. at STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) immigrants They, nlso, would get rid of their InetfcctiVM. And vc lot thorn got awny with It. Our selective Immigration law says nothing of quality; lot a man have enough money, or be nblo to show he won't he a public burden, nnd ho can come in, up to a certain number. If England, France, Germany, Sweden, Norway do not want nny of their citizens to como here, they can refuse them a passport, he can como In If a few formalities are observed. Our law checks numbers not qualities! Secretary of Labor Davis says It Is all wrong; thn't the law should bo revised; that what we need Is to stop the undesirable at Its source, not alone at our shores. people which The American means you, and you, and you and only tho American people, can take the Immigration laws out of politics, and see that constructive ones are enacted. WE ARE ':.f Harry Sommers of the News In his lamentations upon the passage- of nil of Kentucky's great statesmen, Doctors, Ministers nnd Editors and great Wrltors, has, Col. Eliza-bethto- - beyond doubt, overlooked Us, and I. D. Cfcilre. Now Showing Smart Headwear for Ladies, Misses and Children in all the latest styles nnd newest colors. Every woman knows her fall outfit' is incomplete without a new hat. If Uncle Sam don't make the- - bars to Immigration moro easily of passage tbe Country la likely to lave a shortage In hot tamalcs. According to the report of a noted astronomer the Big Dipper Is going to pieces. Why don't they report the matter to Hartford's new Tinner? &".. .and toil. two-third- not the - s, make it 100 per cent, its " - not Impossible. LOUISVILLE MARKETS mid-wee- WThe injunction applied for Cattle Supply for the trade was fair, but demand limited and offerings hard to dispose of at weaker rates. Best handywdght throughout the country has been the butchers found a fair, call medium cause of much talk and lengthy ar- and Inferior kinds slow and uneven. ticles In tho press of the Nation. It Cow trade weak, canners $2.25 down. tops $4 4.25. is said that the greater number of Bulls unchanged; tho railroad labor organizations hava Trade weak in the heavy steer divisteers announced that they will obey the sion; medium nnd mandate of the Court. There can bo hard to dispose of at uneven declines. no doubt that all organizations com- Narrow volume of traffic in stock-er- s posed of Americans, true to the core, and feeders; com'mon stockers 'will obey the order. No one pre- plentiful and hard to sell at any sumes upon the right of a laborer, as price. Milk cow trade slow and unk by Government agencies to prohibit interference with tho movement of trains lo throwing up a job for reasons satisfactory to himself, although hlB refusal to labor may work greater hardship upon the community than to his employer, but If another citizen wishes to perform the labor refused by the former workman ho should not bo denied tho right. If It be American doctrine, the rule of tho land, to forcibly prevent an idle man from taking the place made vacant by refusal of another to continue in it, then this is no longer a free American Republic, a Country whero every citizen thereof is guaranteed his rights in the pursuit of thoso things necessary to life, liberty and happiness. No doubt exists of the fact that many unlawful acts havo been committed in tho recent past, charged to organizations of workmen and for which tho organizations were In no wise to blame, in times such as we now movo in it is hut llttlo trouble to cast odium and reflection upon one who is being closely watched ohd already held under suspicion. The Injunction does not apply to such of those organlza-tlon- H and Individuals as llvo and Police function within tho law. forces havo no terror for the citizen who upholds the law. Tho forco Is organized and exists for his protection, only tho vicious, tho element vho desires to prey upon Individuals nnd regulated society object to po- Uco organizations and poac officers in general. Tho statement attrihut- that the Injunction d to Gompers up-Tig- ht a general proposition, when it comes even. Best Calves Prices unchanged. veals $10 down; medium and common calves slow from $2.50 to $6. Hogs Demand active with values steady to 15c lower. Top hogs, 165 pounds to 250 pounds, $9.20; 120 pounds to 165 pounds, $8.00; 250 pounds up $S.S5; pigs 120 pounds down, $7.50; throwouts $6.30 down; stags $4.70. Sheep and Lambs Demand active Best lambs and prices unchanged. seconds $6G.G0, 112. GO down; strong weights higher. The best fat handy-weigsheep $4.50 down; hea 3. vy sheep $3 down; bucks $2.50 Stock ewe trade slow, especially on common quality ewes. Gruin Current approximate buying prices carload lots quoted by mills: Wheat No. 2 red $1.11 bu.; wagon wheat 3c bu. less. Corn No. 2 white 68c; No. 2 yellow 68c; No. 2 mixed 68c. Oats No. 2 white 39c; No. 3 white 3Sc. nrt Poultry. Butter Eg Buying prices net to shipper, the shipper paying freight and drayage charges are: Butter Country packing stock 19c per lh. Eggs Candled, firsts 26c doz. seconds 20c. ' Poultry Hens 15 17c; spring chickens, 20c; roosters 7c; ducks, old 10c; young, lDcj geese 7c; turkeys, No. 1, 23c; guineas, old 2Bc each; ' young guineas 1 lbs. 60c each. ht We've Just about lost our respect The venerable nnd learned presifor Andy Gump since he got Into politics and started running for con- dent of tho American Federation of Labor, the Hon. Samuel Gompers, has gress. recently congratulated organized labor upon the fact that since the A physical culturlst Is telling wotho averago pay cut of union men "how to reduce their legs." From our vision of tho matter under dis- workers Is less than flvo per cent. Few men havo had longer, more cussion we don't ee Just how it can be done, neither do wo fully approve honorable, or more constructive careers than Mr. Gompers. Through of the effort. his common sense, administrative Arthur Kirk who was forced to ability and vision, organized labor He has use a cane quite regular while af- has grown and prospered. flicted during the past few months made few mistakes and always rehas lately been forced to hire him- covered from those. But. Mr. Gompers Is not perfect; self a caddie In order to keep up with no liumnn oemg is. Anu wnen ne his stick. exults officially at the fact that or Jockeying with white mule affords ganized labor has succeeded In holda means of free transportation into ing off tho day of complete return court, board and lodging In the Coun- to normalcy, and has managed to keep Its average wage at a point ty Bastile. levonly five per cent below wtr-tlm- e els, ho Is flying In tho face of the Tho time of year has again come when we need a bulldog and a bear whole American people, of which his trap or two. We've tried a scare- organization Is a part. Chairman Martin B. Maddn, of crow but Its of no use. '. the House Appropriations Committee, The free concerts given by Joe has just returned from abrond. and Impressed Wilson on the opposlto corner has stated that he was most with tho willingness of tho fjreign proa tendency to add dally to the wages fessional loafers club which holds workman to take the ?ut in made necessary by readjustment. VIK continuous session In front of our some one vrrted in the rela'.Ivs brain office. " " power of the foreign and the Ameri(. exchango where can workman explain why tho EngWo notice in an German, a Mrs Cobb had returned home from lishman, the Frenchman, the the Belgian can see through the imShucks. a two week's visit with the mutable economic laws which govern of a racehorse, a all Industry and commerce, and the We don't know steamboat, no, not even a dog that American workman can not? The price of anything is dictated by "Bat," and. has been christened labor cost; since that is the case we suggest that its cost. Its cost is the friends, Including the raw mnterial cost Is but labor all of our mutual Prices name. I. D. Claire, from now and hencsforib cost und?r another Sparkplug, in honor aro high because labor is scarce or call Battle Nail, Labor is not 'carce high priced of Barney Google's racing sted. here; we havo moro men than th?rt Prices will como down There were six Doctors In one are Jobs. comes down, and not bewhen labor covey just outside our office door Normalcy will return when one day this week. We kept our fore. labor prices, as well as all other tongue in our mouth, our pulse in prices, aro permitted to observe the our pockets and our whole anatomy law of supply and demand. Unions, Inside the den as long as that bunch organizations, laws, special prlvlleg-- . of birds were In congregation asmay hold them up for a while, and sembled. That many could do away permit Mr. Gompers to exult. Evenwith a fellow in less than no time. tually they must, llko water, flna their natural level. The further that String on finger assists memory time is off the more the bulk of AmLee Simmerman came up town one people suffer, while tho few day this week with a string tied on erican are congratulated upon successfully one of his many fingers, and on passwill, the desire, and the place blew resisting the ing Leach's shoe-fixin- g of tho hundred and ten milright his noso and happened to notice said of men, women, and children string. Then he says to Leach lions aro the American people. who (loafing out front) "My wife put that to blamed string on my finger FOR SALE remind mo of something she wanted I've forgotten what It me to do and 60 ACRE FARM, known as the was". Leach says, maybe It was to Duvall farm, situated on the take Mrs. Slmmerman's shoes homo nuck public road between Select and Balze- I've had fixed for a month or more. newly painted "By George! that's it" says Sim. tnwn. contains dwelling with good barn and orchard." And the string worked after all. Price $690. E. W. JACKSON, They are agitating a proposition of Beaver Dam, Ky. for teaching establishing schools . honesty to tho youths of the Country. TAXPAYERS NOTICE! If there Is to be a special department we tho cultivation of truth-tellin- g for I, or one of my deputies will bo here and now nominate Bob Walker Monday afternoon, Sept. and Ab Yelser as heads of that de- at Matanzas locality, or. maybe 11 and Tuesday tho 12th, and at partment in is Friday and Saturday the 15 It wcu'd he Uttter to ci d them awav and 16, for the purpose of assessing trom hom vinr nrnnortv. ROY F. KEOWN, Comr. J co At This Season a Light Weight Slip-Over Sweater However, many prefer the Tuxedo style. These come in a complete range of colors and arc most reasonably priced. is always welcomed. Then, If You Haven't Seen Our Line of. New Sport Shirts we give you a most hearty invitation to visit us. You'll want to see all the new Fall D.7ess Goods and Trimmings. Let Us Help You in Selecting Your Fall Outfit and we feel sure you will be satisfied in every particular. .1, - .:'IsT Carson L Go. i Hartford, Kentucky. THE FLORSHEIM SHOE THE HAMPTON 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. Cen-terto- COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. FOR THE MAN WASHINGTON COMMENT . CROP AND AVEATIIER REPORT EOR WEEK WHO CARES What sort of immigrants would you crop conlike to see come to the United States? Summary of weuther and ditions In Kentucky for tho week people of good characDo you want ending Tuesday, Sept. 5, 1022. ter, thrifty, young, able, vigorous; women anxious to "make men and Louisville, Ky. Sept 6, 1922. pcclally In the hilly region. Pastures good," to become good Americans, Moderate to heavy rainfall in tho continuo short and dry, and feeding cavers, ecomomtc facto be workers, northeastern counties, following good of stock has been resorted to In tors? you think America would rains in the provious week, practical- t places. Early corn Is drying rapidly, Or do section. I and tbe quality of the grain Is good. be better off with drones, idlers, anar- ly broko tho drought In that ImCutting has commenced In tho southLate crops show considerable and criminals? chists, Bolshevists provement, tbe condition of late corn ern counties. Most early tobacco has If you had tho right to say what Americans should emigrate to other and tobacco in that district ranging been cut and housed, somewhat earlands, would you send tho prosperous from fair to good. Stock water has lier than usual because of "firing" pastures are aud prcmnturo ripening duo to and tbe healthy minded, or the crimi- been replenished and reviving. Only light scattered show-er- c drought. In'most of tho Stato weathnal and tho loafer? occurred in most of the central er conditions were favorablo for America Of course you believe should receive only the best Immi- and wostern portions of the State, speedy curing and good quality of grants. And of course, If you could' where tho drought continues, and leaf; but tho yield is much reduced n account of drought damage. Fall export emigrants, you would pick tho was intensified by the unseasonably high temperature. In thoso districts plowing, is beginning In tho northto go away. least desirable Other countries feel tho samo way. late corn and tobacco aro scarcely east counties, where tho soli was They, also, want good and not poor growing nnd aro In poor condition, es- - softened by heavy rains. Very little Plowing has bsen dono In the remainder of tho State, whero tho soil to gnerally too dry to bo worked. Tho lato sown cowpeas will bo bene- fited by the rains in the eastern counties, but In general this crop has been seriously damaged by the dry weather. Lato potatoes improved and ara growiug fairly well in mot of tbo eastern half of the State; but they ore in a critical condition in the wostern half. Somo young clover has boen killed by drought. Tba fourth crop of alfalfa is about ready to cut, but the yield will be short. Kaln Is badly needed In central and western districts. J. L. KENDALL, Meteorologist, Phyto Sallr.1 at nil Dealers. Mis? Uontrlco Bean returnul from a ten days visit with lit Louisville. K E. Duke Ifi spending tho wcok In Cromwell, nt the bedside of hor mother, Mrs. B. W. present M". Stewart, who Is very til. n, Complete Line School Supplies AT Fall Millinery l Everybody needs rest and rccrea-j'oMr, Douglas Williams', of Chlcico, come to tho OHIO COUNTY III., arrlveil Wedncdcy, so remain FAIR, Hartford, Ky., Sept. until about tlio ISth. 1922. Best with your friends. At the Ohio County .Fair is the place Mrs. N. J. SchnIder, Mrs. Archie to rest, to talk over "old tlraes" and ft rant and dnughtcr, Nannlo Mae, enjoy meeting your friends. nf Ccntcrtown, Rpent Monday In Hartford, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. FosMr. Arthur Ford Goodman, of New ter Bennett. York, arrived in Hartford, Sunday night, to spend several days with his J. N. Leach nnd Weaver Malln, of parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Goodman. Heaver Dam, loft Tuesday for Terre Ho will also visit his slstars, Edward and Allen Deanev of Haute, to spend a few days visiting their sons, Jobo N. Leach and Vlrgle Owensboro, before returning to New York. Malln. Mos-dnm- es JAS. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT Pencils, Pens, Tablets, Rulers, Erasers, Ink, Crayons, and in fact most anything in the school line. Headquarters for choicest Creams, Sodas, Cold Drinks, Fruits, Candies, Cakes and all other confectionery. dainties carried in a first-claFinest line of Tobaccos in town. Camel Cigarettes, now 15c. Quick Lunches and Regular Meals. Prompt and efficient service. ss I ' Hr m rC y i P'i Mr. W. 'A. Morris, city, went to Evansvllle Thursday of last week, to bo at the bedside of his daughter, Mrs. B. C. Hancock, who underwent XOvjfcgjTy The Standard of Comparison an operation for appendicitis at the Mrs. Hlnton Leach city, spent from Walkers' Hospital In that city, SaturWednesday until Saturday of last day. Mr. Morris returned home Why yet, .a magnificent display. Come in all the Monday, stating that Mra. Hancock week, in Central City, the guest of new weaves and autumn shades. Touring-8- 85 The 1923 Buick her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Cas-ke- y is getting along nicely. One piece Dresses . . . '. $7.50 to $35.00 Bennett. In beauty of appearance, dependability and economy of operation BASEBALL BRIEFS . Coat Suits $12.50 to $45.50 Touring has established the Buick AND FOUL STRIKES an entirely new Standard for cars. Miss Eva Taylor returned to her Ladies' Coats $7.50, $12.50, $18.00 to $50.00 Its low body with its clean, straight lines, accentuated by the home hero Wednesday from an .EastComGlad to see you whetheryou purchase or Tho old Hillsides came, they saw, high radiator and straight hood, give it a long, racy appearance ern tour with her sister, Mrs. B. F. and we saw them conquered by the petent, courteous salespeople to .suggest or help you that is new to cars of its class. Massive crown fenders add to Zimmerman, Mr. Zimmerman and Mcllj-nrshapely top and the handthis distinction, as do the Majesties. It happened m any way;possible. son, Burke, of Louisville head and cowl lamps. some drum-typ- e once at TUverslde Park, Sunday in J And with this beauty has come n new. riding comfort. The seats the presence of a goodly number of are deep and low with full leg room in both compartments. The Mr. and Mrs. It. A. KaTaker, of fans anil in the presence of somo that steering column has been changed in position to increase driving Iowa, arrived in Hartford Wed- were not so very goodly. The score ease and the gear shift lever has been raised to meet the driver's nesday to spend some time with Mrs. was 10 to 9 in favor of the Majesties. hand. A transmission lock, a windshield adjustable from the inKaraker's brothers, Messrs. A. C nnd The Hillslders had a nice team, and speedometer likewise are among side, and a transmission-drive' the many new refinements of this model. L. C. Acton and families. a nice bunch of Individuals composed Material changes also have been made in motor, chassis, and body it. Had it not been for a streak of construction which contribute still further to the wonderful perFOR SALE House and lot on bad luck they would 'have won, but formance record characteristic of Buick cars for twenty years. Mulberry Street, Hartford, two sto- they had It and they did not. Par7 rooms; convenient. In good The Buick line for 19SS compriici fourteen models: ries, rot and Phelps composed the MajesFourtS Pots. Roadster, 3865; 6 Pass, Touring, tSSS; repair and can be had at a bargain. tic batter'. 5 Pats. Coupe, $1175; 5 Patt.'Sedan, S1395; 6 Pats. See W. J. BEAN, Hartford. 10t3 Touting Sedan, $1325. Sizes t'Pass. Roadster, SJ 175; And then It happened agalnt at BPats,Touring,tll95;6 Past. Touring Sedan? 91935;' McIIenry, Monday, in tho presence ryto Sallcl cures Rheumatism. 6 Pats. Sedan, S1985; 4 Pass. Coupe, S1895; 7'Pass. Mr. 'and Mrs. Foster Bennett and of a still larger crowd. This time The Hartford Republican Touring, $HS5; 7 Pats. Sedan, $2195; Sport' Roadtter, little sons, Edmund Allen and Wil- the score was 17 to "11, the Majesties $1625; Sport Touring, 11675. Prices f. o. b. Flint. Mfss Carrie McKlnney, of Simmons, Foster, city, returned home Sun- again winning, liam Ask about the Q.JJ.A, C. Purchase Plan, which protulet SEPTEMBER S was FRIDAY, the game going ten guest or Miss .Ma- day from a week's visit to relatives tho week-en- d for Deferred Payments. frames, in which the home boys rtha Caroline Pate, city. In Earlington, Hvermoro and Central scored G tallies. A Southpaw from City. Bowling Green or some other place Come to the Fair and meet your hurled for the home boys and Phelps many friends, they will bo there. Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Crowo and received his slants. This pitcher got 10C2 daughter, Mac, and son, "Wendell, of Spend a day pleasantly EL PERBO 10 cents. a four bagger in the tenth with three Central City, spent Wednesday night, men on. HARTFORD, KY. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. Miss Dorothy Williams of Beaver In this city, as guests of Mr. 'Crowd's At The Best Stands. Dam, Kjient tho week-en- d lu Hartford, sister, Mrs. I. S. Mason and Mr. When better automobiles are built. Buick will build them Nocreek and Hefllp 'hooked up In tho guest of Miss Mary Iko Mason. their second game Saturday, Heflln losing to tho Nocreekers by 11 to 21. Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and children- - It happened Mlis Georgia Mario White, has rePERSONAL NEWS at Heflln. Harper, Con-d- lt lumed homo Jiftor spending several returned from Owensboro Tuesday. and Russell worked for Heflln AND SOCIAL EVENTS weeks with relatives in Indiana, Illi- 'They woro accompanied, homo by Mr. and Tlnsley and C. Ward for Nocreek. and Mrs. W. S. Mills and nois and Missouri; who returned to Owensboro that Phyto Solid body builder. Tho Beavers lost a good game to inight. l&Innd, at "Bcqver Dam, Sunday by Miss Leila Glenn, city, has return- ' Phyto Sallcl Blood Purifier. U.each and tho mark u? 2 o 4. ed to Central City, to resume her du- Attorneys C. E. SmMi and Otto Dossett doing the difficult roles for tie as teacher ol English In the High C. Martin, accompanied by Misses the Beavers. Ohio County Fair, Hartford, Ky., i school at that jilace. We, or one of our deputies will be at the following namMllllred Stevenson and Edna Hud- 8t4 Sept. 1922. f ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing sou, stenographers, and J. Glenn 'HERBERT Profs. Clyde Taylor and Long. of spent yesterday la Rockport, your property and collecting your .taxes. Please meet us Mr. and Mrs N. S. Barrass, of Ltvormorc, were guests of Prof. Tay 'Barnes, on legal business. "Mr., and Mrs. Frank Reynolds, Mr. Taylor Mines, were In Hartford lor's sister, Mrs. B. II. Ellis, and Mr. where most convenient: Asa Kelley and the latter's mother, Ellis, city, Saturday. Mr. L. M. Render and family, af- spent Sunday with Mr. and 'Mrs. O. Saturday, Sept. 9 McHenry and Render ter spending several days In Hartford, T. Burdetto. Mr. M. T. Likens, city, was In Mrs. Katherlne McGrayal, of Cin- the guests of Mr. Render's parents, Monday, Sept. 11 Mr. and Mrs. Ulllle Jett nnd Mr. CCromwell Louisville, the first of tho wcok, on cinnati, O., arrived Monday nights to 'I 1 rcsumo her duties in 1ho Millinery de Mr. and Mrs. W. B. llender and other S. "V. blowers were the guests of Mr. Tuesday, Sept. 12 .business. Baizetown relatives, hnve rotnrned to their and Mrs. George Holland, Monday. Wednesday, Sept. 13 partment at Fair & Companys.' Arnold homo In '.Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Hertram Reynolds Bale-ticBarbed Wire and Field '. and children wero the guests of Mr. Monday, Sept. 18 Prentiss BRO., Fence. See V. E. ELLIS & Taylor and daughter, Mr. Tuny Johnson, who for the Dr. ' J. Tuesday, Sept. 19 ietf Miss ABee,W.spent from Thursday of past few months, had been employ- and Mrs. L. J. Taylor Sunday. sllartford, Ky. Cool Springs Rev. Walter Williams, or Owenslast week until Sunday, in Butler ed In Louisville, returned to his liome boro, filled the appointment of Rev. Wednesday, Sept. 20 Ceralvo ' Tho Ohio County Fair will bo County, the gu6ta of relatives. here. lay t week ,to resume his studies Craig, at this place Saturday and Thursday, Sept 21 Pt. Pleasant and better Xhan ever before. in tho Hartford High school, which Sunday. 10t2 Friday, Sept. 22 Centertown Hon'.t miss It. Best quality Rye and Timothy seed. opened Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Bnd Harrison and J Turnip seed In bulk. daughter, Miss Thelma.'Mr. and Mrs. J Saturday, Sept. 23 Rockport , W. B. ELLIS & BRO., Mr. Luther Leach, city, was; In The Olilo County Fair Hartford. W. R. Skinner and daughter, Miss Monday, Oct. 2 Bells Run Hartford, Ky. Ky., Sept. 14-- 1 Your Mary Frances, and Mbrs Oma Fields 1922. Central City, Wednesday and. Thurs- lOtf Tuesday, Oct. 3 , Ralph on. business. day, home fair, take care of it, make it Holbrook wero the Ernests of Mr. and Mr. John Allcs Wilson, of (Clnrkes- - tho greatest fair over held in Hart Mrs. Henry Mllligan Sunday. .' . . J. Wednesday, Oct. 4 Magan A splendid lecture was given at the Cures Malaria, Chills, Fev- dale, Miss., spent from Sunday until ford. It Is the people's fair. The pea Thursday, Oct. 5 '. : Deanfield of 10t2 church Monday night by Rev. Wiler Illllous lUKi Laflrlnpe. Fever, Colds and Tuesday in 'Hartford, tho guest B. pie make the fair. , 00t20t hit? parents, Judge and Mrs. John Herbert liams, of Owensboro, on "Tho Alma Friday, Oct. 6 Wilson. Mrs. E. S. Howard, city, has ac- of Life or Be Somebody." Saturday, Oct. 7 . . Fordsville cepted a position in the office of Mr. and Nrs. Virgil Miller, Mrs. Mibs Mary Woerner, city, was the Narrows STRAYED Dark red cow, alout County Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Ma- Beo Taylor and little daughter, Mrs. Monday, Oct. 9 guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lauter- , Dundee wasser, Hartfojd Route 1, Wcdnea- - six years old. Short horn on riglU son. Mrs. Howard has had consid- Fanny Tuttlo and MIb.4 Eva Mao Tuesday, Oct. 10 Finder notify erable experlenco And will be a valu- Smith wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday, Oct. 11 I side. day . . ..Rosine I . GEORGE FLATT, able assistant to Mrs. Mason. S. V. Flowers Sunday. Thursday, Oct. 12 Horse Branch McIIenry, Ky. s Foster, who Ja in tho Ht2p Mr. Isaac ADMINISTRATORS NOTICE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoover of Friday, Oct. 13 construction work at Central City, Heflm All persons having claims against Mr. James A. Tate has purchased Central City, motored to this city with bis family upent the week-en- d Oct. 14 Saturday, Beaver Dam tho restaurant of his brother, Mr. last Saturday, to be the guosta of the late. John W. Muffett, will prehere, ' JB A. Tate, on tho corner of Main their parents. Mr. Hoover return- sent same to me, properly proven, on Tuesday, Oct. 17 Shreve r- Attorney C. E. Smith and A D. and Union StroMu, city, and is now ed home, that evening whllo Mr. or before- - November 1, V922, or theyi Wednesday, Oct. 18 Olaton will b forever barred, and all parties Hoover remained until Sunday. Kirk, city, mado a buslucss trip to in charge. Buford knowing themselves to bo indebted Thursday, Oct. 19 Greenville Monday nlgut, returning I O. R. Timeley of Route 5, has been ." Mr. and Mrs. Harrison T. Leach to said estate will please settle be- Friday, Oct. 20 Smallhous Tuesday. appointed as an assistant at the State and little eon, Frederick Keith, re- fore said date. Saturday, Oct. 21 Simmons ' go to Louisville Sun-spe- turned this week to their home at Witness my band, this Aug. 31, Mrs. Ed. Johnson of LIvermorev Fair, and will y, spent 19'2. assuming his Tonkawa, Ofcla., after bavin;; G. A. RALPH, Sheriff, several days last week, In this day .preparatory to W. G. MUFFETT, Admr., the guest ol her elstpr, Miss tits. He will be accompanied by his lite sumirer with J. N, Ltach and T ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'c. John W, Mutfett, Dec'd, ' family, of Beaver Dam, Routo 3, . " Kenneth, Mayniee Bennett, line of Fall Millinery that it has, The been our fortune to collect in years, is now on display charming in style, perfect in workmanship, designed in such a wonderful manner that would please the most scrutinizing, critical buyer. 'Call and see them. We want you pleased. A satisfied customer is our best advertisement. Mrs. McGrayel, an expert in "hatography" is in charge of Oils department. most-complet- here, and in the Nocrcok .country. Mrs. Foster, "who is spending somo time In Indlanapolle, Ind., will arrive SaturMr. Glenn B. Tlnsley, of Louis- day to visit her father, Mr. Cal P. ville, spent from Friday night of Keown, a few days. last week until Tuesday morning with Mrs. Sarah Jane Welch, Mrs. John his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Tins-le- y, Leach and children, Jeanelte, James city. Edward and John Robert left Monday night for their horns in Poplar Bluff, KALLKK TINSIIOP AND ACETYMo., after spending two months with LENE WELDING Let us repair your Evaporator or make you a new Mrs. Welch's daughter, and Mrs. one Next door to Likens' store, Leach's sister, Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, city, and other relatives and friends Hartford, Ky. in Ohio County. LOST Hunch of Keys on Beaver Dam and Horton road, near Iron brldgs. $5.00 reward. Notify II. J. BOYD, Martwlck, Ky. 3t FOR SALE House Hartford, well located Good water condition. outbuildings. WAYNE and lot In and In good and plenty of 10t2p LEACH. J. Ney FosUir of Dermott, Ark., arrived in Hartford Tuesday, to spend Mr. n few days with relatives Located at corner Union and Main, in Old Hartford House. nBrxmsmnBonM f9V Coats and Coat Suits vSJJf A "Four" That Sets A New Standard Fonr not y snug-fittin- Izkxi&Gb, SMOKE Ba-tav- n ea ACTON BROTHERS little-daughte- Notice to Taxpayers - s, 6-- .... du-cit- I . Tho films, consisting of one reel each, an as follows: "Modern Con-crcIload Construction"; "Ilulldlng Bituminous Roads"; "Mixed Asphalt The Hartford Republican has made a special Subscribe For Your Home Paper Pavements";"Prlck from Clay to clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Pavement"; VGranlte Diock Paving"; "High Roads and Sky Roads." Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one In addition there will bo completed Violators of Live-Stoc- k Imvs Must year for the low price of In a short time "Ilulldlng Forest Pay Finos. Roads" and "Around tho West by For violation of regulatory laws reForest Roads." A film on gravel-roa- d lating to live stock nnd meat fines construction Is In course of pre were recently Imposed in 43 cases, -- ANDparation. ns announced by the Bureau of AniThese films are Intended for uso In mal Industry in Its Service and Reguengineering colleges, road meetings, latory Announcments for July. The The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and other public gatherings. They list of violators Includes railway and and best papers in the South and we hope to receive upon application to express companies, meat dealers, and may be obtained k the department for use on specific many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and owners. Most of the viodates without cost other than that lations wero of the quarantine law Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in of paying for transportation both which restricts tho interstate shipyour subscription now. Don't delay. ways. On account of, the limited ment of diseased, tlcky, or uninspectnumber of copies of each film it Is ed stock. Several k owners best to make reservations some time encountered the Federal law when in advance. attempting to drivo or ship tuberculous cattle Interstate. Violations of the meat inspection tho tlmo that tho American had stagFederal-Ai- d llonds Increased COO Mr. Illelas-- kl law Included tho offering of unsound ed his own kidnapping. Miles. indignantly denied this and insist Nearly 600 miles nearer the goal of meat, shipping uninspected meat and Ho remaina completed system of highways for lard, nnd, In one case, using a wrap- ed on an Investigation. A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comed in Mexico City nnd freely testifilethe United States is tho report of per bearing the plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. ed in his own case. The court finally the Bureau of Public Roads of the gend for wrapping uninspected meat ! range from $25 absolved him from nil blame. State news from correspondents in all parts of KenUnited States Department of Agri- The majority of fines Succeed tvhen everything else faEs. It was reported at tho Mexican captucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news culture for the month of July. The to $200. Although tho Federal laws In nsivotn nroitratioo and female of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marfinal goal, the construction of a sys- and regulations relnting to Hvp ital that tho Obregon government f iciiknesse they nre the supreme stock are for tho most part well un- had besn notified by the American tem of approximately 180,000 miles remedy, at thousands have ttttifiat. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliahighway consisting of derstood nnd compiled with, persons state department that recognition by of Federal-ai- d TOR KIDNSY, LIVER AND ble authorities on these special subjects. a network of trunk line and seconda unfamiliar with the regulations and tho United States depends on effi- i STOMACH TROUBLE Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with ry roads reaching Into practically ev- with the importance of prewntinu in- cient guaranties being given that Am- t If is tlis best medicine rer sold over a druggis 's counter. ery county Is still a long way off, terstate shipment of diseased animals erican properties and interests would a daily newspaper that interests every member of but we are 5,392 miles nearer than and unsotind meats may obtain copies be efficiently protected. It was nl- the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you at the beginning of the year accord- of regulations by applying to the de so announced, however, that Prosl-- . want in addition to your local paper. partment. dent Obregon's secretary of treasury ing to the bureau. had succeeded in entertaining Into Completed Federal-ai- d roads now If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to H Just What She Needed. an ngreeir.nt with international total 18,299 miles with 14,912 miles your remittance. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's bankers at New York, which pact under construction and approximate! Order your subscription through ly 00 per cent complete. Includ- Tablets some time ago, and they prov. tho president signed. ing projects not yet under construr-- I ed to be just what I needed," writes THE REPUBLICAN, roads in all stages Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chllllcothe, Mo tlon Federal-ai- d Hartford, Ky. "They not only relieved me of Indinow total 40,338 miles. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE There is no indication of any slack- gestion, but toned up my liver and Dissolved in water for douches stop Ohio County rid me of backache and dizziness that ening of tho greatly increased rate of pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation., Recommended by Lydia E. progress which began with the season I had been subject to for somo time. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. of 1921 as the States continue to They did me a world of good and I A. Healing wonder for narl catarrh, I CIRCUIT COURT pour In plans for new projects and will always speak a good word for sore mroai ana sore eyes Lconoir.icaL m ltTftfwift?U,w rlMn.Mts ..J them." Hll Meets first Monday In March, May place them under construction as I Fr.. 5Qe. ill dmiu. n and July: third Monday in September ISral.Thl'ihiTc!riCtotjr.Bicu.MM. rapidly as possible. Nearly twelve JMJ. Farm Women Improve Home Sewing farms in which live stock is the WHEHE KVIMIYTIIING IS IDEAL and fourth Monday in November: million dollars was obclpai market product probably would nnd one-ha- lf udgc George S. Wilson, Owensboro. ligated to new projects in June and Farm women in many sections are be much higher, Tho young reformers were having Com'tli. Attorney Glover H. Cary, July, and in the week ending August actively in clothing work cooperating a debate and when they had agreed Calhoun. as carried on with, the assistance of lladly Tuberculous Areas Mny Be 5 reports were received of the letting that everything was just about ns corClerk Frank Black. of 68 new projets and announcments county extension workers. State and Freed from Disease. man Master Commissioner rupt as It could be, a grim-face- d B. H. Ellis. 57 to bo let. In this work local representatives or In the region that includes the i of arose. "What you seem to want, Trustco Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. 5; J At the present time the force of the by the various com- New England States, New York, leaders, selected and friends, is a place where everyone COUNTY COURT munities in a county, como together Now Jersey, there Is extensive inter- bureau is taxed to the limit with the has to bo good by law." et some convenient point for train- est In tho eradication of bovine tu examination of new plans and pro Convenes first Monday in each "That's It," agreed the reformers. ing. Provided with tho necessary berculosis. At the Eastern States jects, inspactlon of roads under con- "Where smoking Is not allowed month: teaching helps, these women repeat cumerunce on me suDjeci, recently structIon and the planning of the Fed and such a thing as drink is unJudge R. R. Wedding. highway system which is be to organized groups in their own held, much information of value to eral-ai- d County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. known. Whore nono need worry V" neighborhood the Instruction they dairymen and cattle breeders was ing gotten into final shape. Clerk Guy Ranney. about food and clothes. Where ev lave received and gather up reports presented by State and Federal saniSheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: eryone keeps regular hours." on work done. The success of local tary officials. Their estimates, basGrowers placed parchment cones Mack Cook, Iris Render, George "Oh, to find such a place," said n leadership is due not only to the ed upon the results of actual tests of over the hills of cantaloupes to pro- soulful fellow. P. Jones. ability and devotion of local women n larce niimhpr nf horrls shnu- - tti-i- r tect the young plants against insects Jailer Nat Hudson. "Easily found," replied the grim A Safe Old Fashioned but to the simple, practical basis to Jn some paru o th,g anja neary 3Q at tne suggestion of the county man. "I've Just como out from doQUARTERLY COURT Remedy for Worms .. .f .. . . reduc- extension workers have tension agent in Dona Ana County, ing a year In one." Chicago Herald th Seventy .fiiro rears contin. Convenes first Monday in each month. cd their teaching. It sepms to hp mnst nro. ! N. Mox. It was found that the tem uoua use ia ths best testireports received by va,ent ,n (he th,ck,y popuIated sutes perature under the cones remained According to FISCAL COURT monial PREY'S VERMJFUCE Tho Best AiHcrtlseineiit. can offer you. the United States Department of Ag- - - fionnectl.Ilt. MnSSnrh.iSPts nn.i from 5 to 10 degrees above Mint of Tho best advertisement any merKeep a bottle always on Convenes Tuesday after first riculture the things that are receiv- Rhode Island, but infection is exten- the outside air so that plants under chant can have is a satisfied cushand. It will help keep first Tuesday In in January; S3 ing particular attention are the mak- sive In New York, New Hampshire, them were not injured by a light tomer. No greater recommendation the little ones healthy April and October, It. "It. Wedding alteraing and uso of dress forms; unprotected can bo given an article than the folfreeze which killed and happy. Pennsylvania and Vermont. and County Judge, presiding. JOeabotllotyourdnittfrt'tor tion or patterns and making of New Jersey herds have about 9 per plants in that district. The growers lowing by E. B. Mllburn, Prop., Gulon (antral (tore; or il your dealer 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford. patterns; cent of diseased cattle, while Maine stated that the covers paid for them-yelv- s Drug can't upplyyou.aendliitnama foundation Store, Gulon, Ark. "Wc have d 30c in tUroni and we'll Center-towW. C. Knott, clothing construction processes; re- has only 2.7 per cent. in securing better and more sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 2nd District end you a Loula promptly. finmodeling; renovation; garment US. FREY, EUtowr.. HL To these States, as well as many uniform germination aside fiom pro- for years and have always found that 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons ishes; use of machine attachments; others, tuberculosis is a serious tection against insects and frost. m 4th District It gives perfect satisfaction." iniawsT J. R. Murphy, Fords- clothing hygiene, including the selec- economic problem, but since the disvlllo. tion of shoes and corsets; millinery; ease makes herds unprofitable or use of radio to transmit Tho first SEEK BAINMAKEU'S AID Gth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart and selection of textile materials and greatly reduces their efficiency, it Information regarding nutrition reford, R. F. D. No. 4. Tcady-mad- e WILL clothing for quality and pays to get rid of it. Keeping up a ported to the United States Charles M. Hatfiold, said to have design. As a result of the work, herd of diseased cows is Just as hopeTAKE of Agriculture, was a talk on achieved considerable success in Am- 0(h District Mack Martin, Narrows, R. F. D .No. 2. farm women have been enabled to less as it is to maintain a factory or food for boys and girls sent out In erica as a rainmaker, is in Naples as J. Walter Taylor, Beaimprove their ability to select ma- other business at a loss from year to July by the Michigan extension spe- a guest of tho Italian government in 7(h District ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. and to remodel and make gar- year. Many a dairyman In this area-ha- cialist in nutrition. terials an attempt to bring rain to a localiments and other articles of clothing BOARD OF EDUCATION A Trsalnenl ty parched by a five months drouth. been financially ruined without at home. An unusual type of return for a If successful, he will bo engaged to knowing the real cause. Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. sVssssHsVL s7 for WEAK Since the plan for getting rid of banded birdwas recently sent in to bring relief to other auctions includConvenes First Monday in every JJcttcr-Slre- s Enrollment Passes the tho disease in definite areas has the United 'States Department of ing tho Vatican gardens. LUNGS or month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, 8,(100 Mark. as been carried out with such success in Agriculture from Corning, Ohio. On Secretary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION and With tho growing understanding so many counties, there is reason to June 29 a band was taken from the Herblne Is tho medicine that cures R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, live believe that even In the badly infectof tho utility value of pure-bre- d stomach of a black snake which had biliousness, malaria and constipation. R. F. D. No. 6. A Quick telle! (or that tired, run down fee line, sires, ed localities it is possible to eradicate been placed on a fledgling catbird The first dose makes you feel betstock and especially pure-bre- d V. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart courht, pains In chcit. uljbt sweat!, htmor. the list of persons "enrolled in tho the plague and keep it out. five days before by the same person ter, a few additional doses cures shares, weak lunn or consumption. H It dots ford, R. F. D. No. 3. "Better Sires Better Stock" cam completely. Price GOc. Sold by Ohio Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D 1. swthslp yau II costs you notllnf. who found it. at increasing. Tho paign is rapidly County Drug Co. Lock box 616 m Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUH o. .middle of August It passed the 8,- - Atea Plan of Tulcrculo.sis EradicaAccording to roports received by Claud Renfrow, Dundee. tion Increases. 000 mark, ilgulfying that many pertho United States Department of Ag- MEANEST MAN FINED FOB Examinations. HITTING! MOTHER, AGE 84 sons have filed statements with the The plan for eradicating tubercu- riculture there have been 143,212 For Common School Diplomas United States Department of Agri- losis In cattle from entire areas, such muskrat skins shipped from Alaska Fourth Friday and Saturday in JanYoungstown, 0 Sept. 2. breed- as counties, is daily growing in popuculture that their live-stosince December 1, 1921. This Is al applauded when Police Judge uary, and Second Friday and Satur ing operations will be conducted larity according to reports coming to most as many as wero shipped during Gessner invoked the limit of the law day in May. To be held in Fords-vllibasis. the United States Department of AgTienceforth on a the entire year of 1919. ' Beaver Dam and Hartford. In punishing "Youngstown's meanost This includes all classes of domestic riculture. The idea has taken hold For Tenchers' Certificates Third man," William Wills. In Michigan and is spreading rapidly. lucludtng poultry. A common tern banded as a fledgl live stock, Convicted of knocking down bis Friday and Saturday in May, June In some counties of limited area Already five counties have been freed ing at Brigantine, N. J August 13, mother and using abu- and September. Except notice is the number of farms Is relatively of the plague, and reports from the 1920, holds one of the small. Gordon B. Nance, county Inspector In chaige for the Govern- records for this species according to sive language, Wills was fined $200 given to the contrary the latter exngent of Oldham County, Ky points ment show that the boards of super- reports to the United States Depart- and costs and sentenced to six aminations will bo held in Hartford. OTHER OFFICERS out, however, that although his coun- visors have appropriated money and ment of Agriculture It was retak- months in jail. If unablo to pay tho ty has only 1,086 farms, 10 per cent made provision for cooperating with en on May 20, 1922, at Paria Bay, fine, Wills will bo confined nearly Tav Commissioner R, F. Kcown. FecfcrlRht all tho time. Don't lay eft When Blanchisseuse, of tho farmers have signed enroll- State and Federal forces. Trinidad. Another a year and a half. Fordsville. ment blanks, which signifies active one country JoinB tho ranks for eracommon tern on record was banded Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant keeps yo k dication its action stimulates others as a nestling on the coast of Maine, participation in systematic Hcnichoiitathc Ira Joues, White on your feet, while rclleWngyour trout improvement work. Other counties to follow. The prospect for ultimateJe. Safer too, and easy to take. Doth Run. FOR FLETCHER'S and recovered four years later in the take anything else. You can't afford ly ridding the country of tho disease delta of the Niger River, on the In which 10 per cent or moro of HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By sires ex- nevor looked so promising as 'at west coast of Africa. are using pure-bre- d Pollco JuiIko J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation. A nat clusively are: Pulaski County, Va., present, say those in charge. IUELASKI CLEARED BY COURT Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. Jiral remedy, natural In its actions, bum In its effect and certain In results. I A homemade gummed paper dress B2 per cent; Kittitas County, Wash., Council L. H. Bishop, Secy. won't be long before Liv- - Vv-La- x wW The case of A. Bruce Bielaskl, for18 per cent; Green County, Ohio, 13 Moving Pictures to Show Various form for every woman in the State ROOKPORT completely displaco calomel In evert typett of Highways who wants ono is the goal set by mer head of the bureau of investigaper cent; and Orange County, Va , 10 Robert L. Green, Judge. home.;. Children can tako it freely sn) motion-pictur- e A series of one-relocal leaders in extension work in tion of tho U. S. department of Juswith perfect safety. Every bottle guartier cent. In this connection the Bu Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. anteed. BOcand in bottles Nons reau of Animal Industry points out films illustrating modern practloe Washington State, according to re- tice, who was kidnapped by Mexican Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without tho likeness and sitmsv all in tho W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. that tho proportions aro for fori types construction of the various ports recoived by tho United States bandits, has been scrttj'dl by the of highways has been prepared j Department of Agriculture. The Mexican courts. It was argued at StlUI Mason, Treasurer. partus nnd that the percentages m, , TTO.I.I1 MJ, . HiSfarV MM farm-womoto $5.75 Pays For Both under the dirtion ol tho Bureau of Public noadn nnd aro now available o for freo distribution by tho section of tho United States Department of Agriculture. motion-plctur- method of making tho forms hb originally to group meetings of local repress ntatlvcs or leaders of the various communities in each county organized for tho work, n has been taken by ttocin to tho in their communities. As a result 2,21.1 dress forms nro reported as having been made by fnrm women In Washington State in the sis months ending June 1, 1922. A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald live-stoc- live-stoc- meat-Inspecti- lta$2&&R8! lffisatfq&?e.I IV Bitter Every Woman Wants I DIRECTORY FARM DEPARTMENT. prin-Mctho- tij J Jfrf Mothers' use it Ui te v'! Termini l fr&fs FormeduIdreirL - fitted-to-measu- re LPi T)?p-rt-me- YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY ffiH&JK lo FOR.ONE MONTH ck USE LI V-VER-- pure-bred-sl- re e, m For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. ax long-distan- ce live-stoc- s Children Cry CASTO R IA el -- 3fl WASHINGTON COMMENT Thero nro tho3 who cry "Education, education!" believing that it is die panuc a for nil ills, the means of ending all evil. Thero aro thoso who vociferate religion!" equally sure that In tho pulpit and its teaching are tho seds of tho millennium, and that we need but to "believe" to end all our troubles, and solve all our problems. Finally, thero are thos who mix their demands nnd ask for "religion In education" or "education In religion." Theso nre tluy who want tho Hihle taught in public schools; theso aro they who insist the pulpit Is a forum for political, sectarian, scientific and sociological discussion. Thsy forget, those enthusiasts, that an absolute separation of church and stnto Is an American fundamental. Exclusivo of Sunday, there are 144 hours In tho week. In the- - usual public schools' .10 hours n week Is devoted Why take from tho 30 to education. time to speak of the Bible. Why not tako from tho 114 hours not devoted to education, for study of the Word? What Is Sunday for? For what Is a Sunday School? Men go to church ono, two, threo hours In a wok. Why uso those precious three hours to discuss books, men, politics, wars, crime, sex all the scare-hon- d stuff the radical "prcachor," as oppos.d to tho sincere minister of God, uses to "attract" people to tho church? There Is a tlmo and a place for everything; n time and place for education, nnd for religious Instruction. Tho school is no place to teach the Bible, or religion; the pulpit Is no placo to teach geography or politics. Lrave education to the school, rein troduce religious training to the home, give the church u chance to do its work and the schools opportunity for theirs, and we will all be better off, better educated, nnd more honestly and sincerely religious. 'Ro-llglo- n, . High Light Achievements of the Republican Administration Debt and Expenses Slashed, Liberty Bonds at Par, Unemployed nt Work, Pence Promoted, Budget Established, Prosperity Revived. JOHN T. GALLON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In jasssa:;:,..:.::: Sixteen months ago the Republican Tarty took over the managoment of jtho largest business concern in the ,world. It found Uie organliation of 'this concern utterly demoralized as a Iresult of eight years of riotous waste, ,ross mismanagement and class leg. Mlatlon. Thoro was a bonded Indebtedness of 123,907,000,000. Government 'bonds were soiling at 85 cents on tho ;lollnr. Thcro vero outstanding loans to foreign countries of $11,000,000,000, Tor which there was no writton evidence of indebtedness, much less any business or legal agreement as to how and when the loans and Interest wero ,to be paid. Tho discount rate at Fed. wrnl Itcservo Hanks was 7 5 per cent, ifor gilt edge loans. Tlvo million wago earners woro la Idleness. Farmers faced bankruptcy. Hard tliups Business lived from hand to mouth. Everything needed readjust-men- t and reconstruction. Such, In a Tiroad way, wero the conditions prevailing when this administration took of the country and the present Republican Congress was called into Special session. Todny we have a President whoe 'wise, businesslike, constructive s have won tho confidence and of tho American people. He Tins surrounded hlmsolf with a cabinet composed of men endowed with common sense, especially qualified for tho work of their departments and devoted ' to the promotion of public welfare. As soon as tho administration assumed control it called Into ppcclal session the Hepubllcan Con Kress to assist it In straightening out tho situation. Since then tho execu- tlve and tho legislative branches of the government, both under Hepub-llcan control, havo worked together, a result of their Joint offort there lias been within the last 16 months a marvelous transformation. Tho bond-- ! cd indebtedness has boon reduced by $1,014,000,000. Today every Issue of Liberty and Victory Honda Is selling at- - par or above, representing alh in- of $3,000,000,000 in tho value government securities In 16 months. A. refunding commission has been ere. ated for tho purpose of getting foreign loans on a commercial basis. The interest rate at Fodernl Reserve Hanks d. poll-t-io1 ADAMS, CIIAIIIMAN ItnrUIIMCAN NATIONAF. COMMITTl'.K 5?. Evanston, 111., Is a "social center" or so the university authorities think. Tho salaries paid instructors are so ) I'm that they can not maintain a wife and a family upon them, because of the "social demands" upon the 175 pounds, tho minute hands 225 MANY COUNTIES time, strength, and pocketb'ook of When Joe and George get pounds. iho professors. Wive3 of learned through with their job of turning instructors have had to tako Jobs in Show Largo Areugo IMcdgcd To Dark tho hands by hand, they will have Tobacco Pool. moro muscle than they will know business stores, and ns telephone girls, and DARK TOBACCO POOL ofenhis neighbors niid the state. waitresses In restaurants (horrible of his community and what to do with. vi Hopftinsville, Ky., Sept. 4 Six MAKES GOOD PROGRESS Signed contracts aro expected to thought) In order to live! Wherefore the university, authori counties, Logan', Todd, Trigg, Breck- BILLION DOLLAR increase at a great rato during the inridge, and Hancock,in" Kentucky Ky., Sept. With present month, for ths time for real ties say "no more married InstrucHopklnsvllle, VEGETABLE CROP . upd Montgomery In Tennessee, have .w crop of tobacco about rea- action has arrived. By October 1st, tors." nuothor signdy to bo housed, tho growers aro be- tb.6 requlrod A baldheadod man complained of already secured their Is expected "Vegetables grown in 1921 wero coming more Interested in tho man-n- and probably considerably In excess a fly on top of his head. Tho town up to the Dark Toba'.c.) Growers J valued at $1,100,000,000, according Association nnd are still in which It is to be sold and aro of this. When this Is accomplished fool killed tho fly with an ax. That rapidly Joining the Dark Tobacco then the big Job of getting tho ma- ho killed tho baldhead, too, didn't ap- working t6 increase this. Breckin- This was' about 15 per cent of the ridge county says they will put it to total value of all crops. Tho potato Association. Growors chinery for handling and nulling tho pear to him to matter. thing la that October 1, tobacco will be begun and pushed as Did it not occur to the authorities 100 per cent. Another crop had a farm value of $385,000,-00- 0 Several other counties are pushing to interfere' with the unnatural, not tho dato scheduled for closing the rapidly as possible. tho sweet potato $87,000,000, tomomlwrshlp campaign. Is now close the natural process? To eliminate their total upward steadily and are mato $00,000,000, cantelope two-thirmark. nt hand and the growers who have Surgeons agreo that in case3 of tho false standards of "society" and approaching the nnd cucurabar, watermelon signing Cuts, Hums, Bruises and Wounds keep the truo standard of human Among these aro some ot the largest and cabbage crops $15,000,000 each. been procrastinating about In tho aro now lining up. the first treatment Is most Important. life? For It is not good for man to tobacco producing counties big' Efforts from now on will bo cen- When an efficient antiseptic Is llvo alone; the unmarried Instructor district where it is naturally a MILLION CHILDREN WORK tered on getting tho indlvludal growpromptly, there is no danger of is suro either to marry or to wish to ger job to secure the required acreer to sign. Speeches will continue to infection and tho wound begins to marry. If he does tho first, he is age than It Is in tho counties which The census bureau announces that be made throughout the district for heal at once. For uso on man or fired; if he merely wants to and do not produce so much. more than 1,000,000 American chilAmong these larger counties are dren between .the ages of, 10 to 15 tho bonflt of thoso who may not yet beast, Borozono is tho ideal antisep- can't he worries ns much ns. the prohavo become fully Informed, but tho tic and healing agent. Buy it now fessor already in chains of debt and Chrlstlau which has about 11,000 are engaged in remunerative occupareal work will be in the hands of and bo ready for an emergency. Prico small salary and "society observance" acres pledged at last reports; Daviess tions. Out of every 1000 boys bewith 8,310 acres; Graves with 9,480 tween these ages 113 are either emTheso committees nro tho ones who 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by the Heaven savo tho mark! tho various county organizations, Ohio County Drug Co. m Tho best teacher, other things be- acres: Todd with over 8,000 acres; ployed or working on their own acmust go to the grower and talk1 the ing equal, Is tho happiest teacher. Logan with about 9,000; Montgomery count. The figures show a decrease matter over and get his signature Tho laborer Is worthy of his hire. with over 12,000 acres; other coun since 1910 of 56 per cent In agriThis la tho preferred plan, and tho W'wmuiii iranTn am n unnniiij jHt'pnininigr n umnmmiiiy. & Let Northwestern ban the "society" ties which are making fine progress culture, 60 per cent in mining and most successful one. expense, let Northwostorn reduce its aro Robertson and other Tennessee 30 per cent In manufacturing, while QUESTIONS Tho speeches which havo been progrnm and pay a living wage, but countfes, Warren and the counties those otherwise occupied show an Inand Bible Answers belt; Hen- crease of 13 per cent. mado recontly In tho dark district let Northwestern take heed In time, through tho If Parrots will erwouraiw children to look up havo greatly Increased tho enthusiasm tho Uiblo Aotwera. It will prove stronger than universi- derson nnd the counties of tho Seemandmmnrixo for Nature is a prKcJou heniouu to umto m aiwr yean. and resulted In thousands of acres ties, and tho Ingrained Instincts ot ing district; McCracken and the .tv jfipjmnnnn tnmni being pledged on tho spot. At ovory the human race far moro powerful Western district counties; Caldwell plnco visited n splendid scntlm-n- t than tho uknso of tho board of di- and the counties through that section. What comoth when wo draw water rectors. was shown and full endorsement of Either Northwestern will In fact, tho signup is speeding up Isaiah 12: change Its ruling or Northwestern all over the Black Patch. out of wells of salvation? tho plan was voted. Tho campaign lias Just recently 2:3. will go down, down, down In educaNOTE CONVEYS FORTUNE Why did Josu3 say unto all, both tional ability not to montion desirabeen extended to sovoral of tho young and old, Watch? Matt. 21: bility! counties which had not beconuo It Is reported that two boys, earlier and In every ono of these, 42-4Perrino and Jeromo Welch What is said about tho messenger outlook Is fine for a rapid signtho Isaiah WISH you could know how found tho following note lu a bargo up. In fact most of thesa counties that brlng:th good tidings? FOR FLETCHER'S which was washed ashoro near Long much I am improved since oxpectlng to securo their mini- 62:7. nro Branch. N. J.: "Juno 4, 19221, Who said all things are possible to s bofore' somo of mum of taking the Cardui," writes Wllllnnv Custor, am dying. I leave tho other counties which havo been him who bolleveth? .Mnrk 39:2. Mrs. Nannie Brown, of Black Who alono Is worthy to recoivo MILK-LONthe $400,000 I have In tho Greon-polworking much longer havo secured TRESTLE Rock, Ark. "You wouldn't know Savings Bank to my friends, honor and glory and power? Rev. theirs. IS REPORTED BURNING me for the same weak invalid I or - 4:ll. Jack Barrow3 and John Kister, if The Incroased interest in tho to who finds this. Pray I was before I took it. At my How can wo got nn Increase and gnnlzatlon is shown not only by tho Ft. Smith, Ark., Sept. 4. Accord- they live, or note datodl had to keep off my feet or I would fnrnuirs but by tho hankers and tho blessing from dod? Psalm 67: ing to roports recsivod here by St. for my soul." Anothor Wliut is said about thoso who trust Louis and San Francisco railway of- two days later said that Barrows and business men as wall. Tho Hotall fall. 1 couldn't do my housework, . It is be Morchnnts association of Honderson In tlio Lord? Psalm 125:1-2largest trestles on Kister wero nlready dead. ficials, ono of tho and just got where I'd most as lief boys can claim tho monoy has como out In a strong resolution tho central division, near Bengal, lieved tho be dead as living. Some one told MAN BITTEN BY SKUNK stating provided tho death of tho two men endorsing tho organization, Okla.. botwecn Ft. Smith and Dallas, my husband of Cardui, He got can be proved. fifty-on- o this action was taken "after mnturo miles south of this city, is California courts aro asked to Kentucky Bankconsideration." Thf n on flro. Tho trestle, of wood, in recovery undor tho working-man'- s CLOCK RUN RV HAND ers association havo endorsed tho grant compensation law to David mllo in length. tobacco plan nnd urged tho dark When' the largo Philadelphia city ICIasaun, a Tehama county farmhand, growers to complete thoir organizawho was bitten by a skunk while MEXICO'S FOREIGN POPULATION hall clock was struck by lightning countion by all means. Ths Union ,! employer's tho city's workers depending on the ty bankers havo also endorsed tho slooplng in his KlasBon claims that he was In a recent tabulation of foreign-or- s clock tor their tlmo were In tho growers association and urged the Joe in Mexico It was found that citi- throes of dtop constornation. wnkoned by a tickling sensation folMany other town thoro to Jiin Though zens ot tho United States rank third Gu8klll and Georg McDovItt, "m Inana the lowed by a sharp pain. 1 a've tnton similar action In spite o( tho nearness of tho two itio men" and "heroes of the hour" know-In- ? skunks nro not In tho habit ot biting farmer has tho satisfaction of association human beings there was circumstan- countries. Spain ranks first with volunteered to keep the hands In that in signing tho ovldenco that a skunk Inflicted 12,000; Franco next with 2,600 and proper motion until the clock could contract uo has not only his own tial 1)3 fixed. Tho hour hands weigh ths United States third with 2,400. also that tho wound. Judgment back pf him but Dem-creaso re-o- has been reduced until it Is now IX per cent. n Tho last year of Wilson's the actual cost of running tho government was $5,538,000,000. The actual cost of running the government for tho fiscal year just ended Jun 30 was $3,795,000,000. This Is an annual saving of $1,743,000,000 which the Ilopublican administration has made in the routlno expenditures of the government. This was possible because the Hepubllcan Congress early In its special session a budget law which the previous Hepubllcan Congress had passed only to have a Dem ocratlc President veto It It was easily the most important piece of bust-nen- s legislation which has been enacted within this generation. After its enactment it was sensibly applied by tho oxecutlvo officers of the Hepubllcan administration. The work of Congress, the wise administrative policies and the introduction of business methods by the departments in tho conduct of public affairs have all combined to revlvo individual and corporate enterprise, so that today, in contrast to a year ago. unemployment has ceased to be a factor outside of those industries In which there arc strikes. Agriculture Is on Its feet, Business is Improving each day. Industrial output Is Increasing. Capital is going back to work in the channels of private and profitable enterprise. It really makes some difference at the end of a year whether the government has been controlled by an administration and a Congress that are generally right In contrast to an administration and Congress that were 'generally wrong, The Republican party will go before the country this fall without any apol-A- s ogy for this record. It is a record which needs no defense. The people aro not going to stop tho magnificent work so well begun. They are not going to retreat to tho conditions which prevailed prior to March, 1921 They are not going to return the ocratlc party to power and thereby storo tho civil conditions which have been so largely corrected In the past 16 months of Republican control of the executive and legislative branches of the government. admin-Istratloj fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c&c., IN STOCK. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , If you are a married man, don't position at apply for a teaching Northwestern Unlvorslty, at Evans-ton, III. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 4 PRESIDENT APPROVES WOMEN'S PLAN of a Republican women's first voters' plub were laid before President Harding by Mrs. Barclay War-burtot Philadelphia, man of the Pennsylvania state repua--" llcan committee, and the proposal met with the president's approval. The president mentioned that tho Republican party is big and strong enough to include all who accept tho fundamental principles no matter how their temperaments and modes of expression may vary. v." nation-wid- Plans for the organization e i on vice-chai- r-: two-thir- ;i,. two-thir- or $17,-000,0- 00 ds ACCIDENTS AT R. R. CROSSINGS- - op-pl- ed J- - v i One-suck- er Last year 1702 persons were reported killed and 4818 Injured in accidents at railway crossings, in tho United States. Autos figured in 8G per cent of tho accidents. Observers stationed at 5581 crossings counted. 397,622 autos crossing tracks In 12 months. Six per ,cent failed absolutely to take any precautionary measures to Insure safety. Tho railroads evorywhoro havo tried to fully warn drivers of vehicles crossing their property but there will always1 bo many persons who will disregard and will pay dearly for their oxporionco. ad-vl- co ac-tl- "Strong and Well" it for me and I took three bottles before I stopped then off and on for the last three years just as a 4. Cor-noli- us Children Cry O "T two-third- CASTORIA nt ... 5-- 6. tonic. I saw a decided improvement after my first bottle. I used the three, and was able to do my work with ease, and now I sew for my family ,and for others. I am feeling fine, and strong and well." Take Cardui I It may be just the medicine you need. bunk-houso- -- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic - j BAIL STRIKE PEACE MOVE CONTRADICTED I Mr and Mrs. Fred Taught and little daughter, Tholma, Sunday. were-- In town BEADS ODDLY STRUNG1If for a single weok tho newspapers would omit nil mention of wickedness and crime and fill their columns with accounts of the good and wifo actions of men, most of us would come to believe the millennium was b:ing ushered in. If such good intentloned but Indiscreet friends as Fluke and Doc Wil- - Willard and Jewell Not In Conference Former States Baltimore, Sept. 5. President Willard, of tho Haltlmoio and Ohio railroad, tonight declared. emphatically ho had not had any conference with B. M. Jewell, head of tho striking rallrod shopmen, with a view to settling tho strike nor ljad ho seen Mr. Mr. Willard further said Jewell. positively that no conferenco had heen arranged and that tho Baltimore and right Ohio company Is now going ahead Improving Its shop forces and Increasing its working facilities along that line. Mr. Willard mndo tho statement when questioned concerning a report that ho had conferred with B. M. Jewell head of tho striking shopmen, with a view to a settlement of the strike. Color was given to tho report when inquiry at tho hotels disclosed that had "H. M. Jew 11, of Chicago," registered at the Emerson last Sunday and had left only last night. At tho hotel Ignoranco of his niovemonts was expressed and his comings and goings wero unnoted. t'nloii Leaders Deny I'nrt in Peace ' " liams persist In coining to his defense, Bat Nail will soon wish I had published that much advertised bioMundviy. unci Mrs. W. C. May and Miss graphy and once for all have tho Mr. agony over with. Lot Mason, of Beaver Dam, were Sundny. hero "This 13 a pretty good old world Mr. Carl Bratcher of Louisville, r It so often said. parents, Mr. and Mr. Bob to llvo In," visited his But which world? No two of us live Bratcher of Route 2, Monday and in tho same world, and none of us Tuesday. Mr. C. D. Bean of Dundee, put In IIveb In the samo world for a very long period of time. There are. threo full days at tho Convention. 8-- 16 Mr. Bay Cook bought a flno horse Indeed, as many worlds ns there are people and even moro, allowing for Dugglns last week. from E. B. Mr. Almyer Qulsaenbcrry, who is everyone's changing worlds. working In the Deanflold coal mines', I asked Buddy McPheag how his wns at home Sunday and Monday. McQundy, Is boys were getting on at the law Mr. A. L. Mitcholl of building a house for Mr. Lewis Mar- school, and he 'lowed they wero dotin, on his farm one inllo west of ing fine, only Silas had quit tho law and taken up medicine. Ho said town. Silas had decided to become a coun Th? Church Of Cod's people, but more commonly called "Holy Rol-er- try town doctor. 'And why that wil begin a protracted meeting crazy notion?' I asked. "Well" said Buddy, "you see Silas was always a till? week, in the W. O. W. Hall. y sort of a boy, and nevMr. Lewis Martin Is running as mail clrrk between Frankfort and er took much stock In tho uplift doctrine. He says Ravenna, this week, ho means to settlo down In a lazy e Plan. old country town whore he can grow Chicago, Sopt. ii. Leaders of tho THANKS FRIENDS. striking railway shopmen denied toWe wish to extend our sincere a gardfn, keep a cow, write liquor night printed roports that a call had thanks to all of our friends who so prescriptions and llvo easy." heen tent out for a meeting of tho graciously assistrd 113 in the late It Is Interesting to compare union policy conimltt-- e of ninety men illness and death of our beloved, progress In cortaln directions In Chlcugo Thursday. mother, Mrs. Marie Wells. with human stupldi'y in other af"Any such report is a plot on tho THE FAMILY. -fairs. To illustrate, wo have arn-o- d part of tho railroads to deceive our how to fly through the air and TAXI SERVICE membership," declared J. P. float under the water, how to wenve vice president and 3pokssman r Call Homo Phone 61 for dependa-bl- o the finest fabrics and construct t't for tho union in the absence of I!. M. taxi service anywhere, anytime. most machine, to maki. ; Jewell. Instrument that vocalizes air waves While refusing to reveal tlu For night service call 82. sot in motion thousands of miles J. GLENN BARNES, whereabouts) of Mr. Jewell, who away, to calculate the magnitude Hartford, Ky. dropped from, sight last Thursday 10t3 , nit Q and the distance of remote suns and just before the govorhniMit obtained COOL SPRINGS planets, to understand the laws ot a temporary injunction against tho gravitation and of light and colors, strikers, Mr. McGrath said, referring f. o. b. Littlo Miss Ollle Kitchens who has but with all of this we have not to reports that Mr. Jewell had be'n 8-- 16 in Baltimore, that "I do not bellovo had an attack of rheumatism, is bet- learned how to make a tariff law, to Chicago govern a city, state or nation or to he has been In that vicinity even." tor. Mr. Cophus Raymcr has purchas- adjust tlie propor "There has been absolutely no call relations of capifor a meeting of the policy commit- ed a now Ford car. tal and labor. We know so much This is not a stripped tractor, pared down to make a price, but complete Mrs. Ben Wodbunr Is spending tho and yet so little that we wonder at tee sent out from our headquarters," with all essential equipment pulley, fenders, platform, throttle-governo- r, Be declared. "And such a meeting week with relatives at Rockport. the muddle. Misses Ocle Bello Herrel, Corrinne adjustable drawbar, angle lugs, brakes. This equipment, worth more than would b iniposdble ou Thursday as our members could not be assembled Dennis and Messrs. Thomas Tato and How much, is true and how much $100 and necessary on any tractor to make it serviceable and safe, included in Euloy Taylor attended tho fair a Is false in written history we may ' on such short notice." Oweiibboro Monday. our price. No extras to buy. never with certainty know, but the At the same time, railway execuMr. and Mrs. Roy Fulton ind famunrecord of the rocks is positive and tives said that they knew of no efThe geologist goes to forts being made to settlo the strike. ily, of Rockport, wero th guests of mistakable. 3 Halo Holticn, president of the Bur- Mr. and Mrs. Joo Fulton Saturday the great natural faults or digs down lington railroad said lint he under- night and Sunday, thru the rocks of the earth's crust Miss Thehua Dennis was the .test and finds unmistakable evidence ci stood that all discussions had ended Between now and Oct. 1st, we will give to every purchaser of an Internaafter the recent conferences in New of Miss Emma Scott Saturday and the creaHvu processes of unnumberMillions, many miled centuries. York and that his road was well sat- Sunday. tractor a genuine tional 8-P & O plow FREE, f. o. b. Chicago. Messrs. Willis Brown and Ulmont lions, of years ago life appeared on isfied with general conditions. But this is a special offer good only until Oct. 1st and demands quick action. "We quit talking at New York and Wilson went to Evansvllle Tuesday, the warm' crust of the earth. The now wo are busy moving tho traffic," whero they will be empoyed.. first forms of life were the lowest, See us today. 4 Misses Corinno and Thelma Dennis, and appeared in the seas. And slowho said. Mr. Jewell, who has been sought Emma Scott; Messrs. Enley Taylor, ly ascending upward, through mil ever sine tho injunction' handed Beckham Wilson and Frewin Chinn lions ot years, animal structures bedown last Friday to obtain service attended church at the Llttlo Bend came more delicately adjusted and rose into higher and higher forms. for a writ, and who has variously Baptist church Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Elliott and Tlu soft bodied quids first, then the been' reported In Washington, Balti more and other eastern cities, was daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Walter crustaceans, and finally the fishes, still absent today, altho Bomo of his Holght wero tho guests of Mr. and followed by tha amphibians and these friends indicated that he might re- Mrs. Luther Elliott Saturday night by tho land animals. But from deand Sunday. velopment of one form 'to another turn tomorrow. tremendous1 lapses of time tonic place. UUFOHD. --r Long after tho fishes camo th- - birds McIIenry, spent Sunday with Mrs. they go to church occasionally. OLATON tho matter with Brother Snyder, and ages after tha birds camo the Alyers father, Mr. S. W. TIchenor. "5. If you come, como determined Brother Snow, Brotlior Simmons, and Mrs. Ellis Hoovor, who has been mammals, or nursing mothers tas disMisses Iva Render and Eva and not to give a cent to any objtct, not Brother Smith not ono shook handa Mr. J. L. Smith, who has been quite ill, in Improving. tinguished from tho egg producing Iva Carter, of Beaver Dam, spent tho oven to keep up tho expenses of the with me." contracting and carpentering In Mr. and Mrs. Vascoo Baird spent animals, and last nnd most import- week-en- d church. Many say they would go to with their cousin, Miss "7. If you como to church, como Louisville this spring and summer, Sunday here, tho guests of relatives. ant camo man. The story ot this church if It wert- - not for tho taking all ulono; don't bring your wife, or Maddox, of tho Point. Shortago camo homo Wednesday. Mrs. Paul Cundlff and littlo daughdrdorly development Is eviMiss Lillian TIchenor, of McIIenry, of so many collections, and yet such husband, or children, or neighbors. of bullfllng material caused by tho ter. Margaret, spent last wook at slow and denced by tho fortunate preservation spent Sunday wth Mlsse3 Willie and people novor givo anything. This Many people when they start to tho shopmen's strike, having stopped his Dukehurst, tho guests of friends and deep down in tho fold3 ot tho earth Sallie Llndley. ought not to keep them away.' houso of tho Lord slip off as If they building. relatives. of tho dead bodies of thcse dead and "C. If you go to church, return wero afraid aomo ono would find out Misses Ruth and Geneva Llndley Mr. Floyd Payton went to McIIenry Miss Edith Tinsloy of tho Wash- gone species of life. Reading this rld-dl- o and brother, J. C, wero In Llver-uior- o homo wPhout shaking hands with whero they wera going." Friday. ington country spent last woek with of the rocks Is tho finest exercise Wcdnosday. They wore guests th' pasU. or with any of tho brethIload the abovo prescription. Do Born to the wife or Norton Young, Miss Sarah Lcq Hudson, near this of tho human Intellect. at dinnes, of Miss Frances Hennigor. ren or sisters. The proacher often, some Intense luurt searching. Bo on Thursday, August SI, n baby boy. place. Miss Mary Render was hostess at after a hard effort to reach his peo- present nt Baptist church services Mr. Cortiu Payton and family left Mr. C. B. Cundlff and family aro a delightful lawn party at her home, ple, returns to his homo with the. Sunday morning and ovonlng. Monday for Tuscaloosa, Ala., where contemplating moving to Boonvlllo, MARUIAUE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED last Tuesday night. bluos, saying: "I wonder what was REV. RUSSELL WALKER, Pastor. they will make thflr homo for a Ind., to make their homo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Everly and time. Mrs. N. C. Hudson Is In Owens-borPreston Harris, Rockport, to Pearl son, Lymon, of Centertown, vlsitrd A llttlo son wns born to tho wifo having ho mo dental work done. Buxtor, Rockport. Mrs. Evorly's parents, Mr. and Mrs. I!. Caution, Sunday, September of L. Ronda Faught. Cromwell, to Evo-lln- a W. P. Render, Sr., last week-onLena, what aro you doElizabeth 3rd. Hohoimor, Hartford Routo 2. Mrs. Render returned with them for Mr. Willie Ford and family left ing to your hair to niako It so red? James Smith. Flenorvlllc, to Pru-dl- o a weeks' visit. Monday for Alabama, wliero ho has Lena Nothing at all. The doctor Snodgrass, O list rap. 4 employment with tha Bond TIo Co, has put mo ou a carrot dlot. Earl Carter, Cora'lvo, to Edna H. SEVEN WAYS TO KILL A CHURCH Brown, Csralvo. Claronco Dnis. Rockport, to Lil"1. Don't come. Stay at homo lian Fulkerson, Rockport. Erneit Goiry. Ranfrow, to Myrtlo or go somewhere elso, rather than to come to church. Staying at home Is Smith, Balzotown. On account of having had my fingers cut off I will Marlon Balls, Equality, to Clara not only helping to kill tho church, Announce Reduced Round Trip be unable to continue in the blacksmithing business, but by dogroes Is killing the life of Alexander, Equality. and have an the individual. shop for doing all kinds of "2. If you do come, corao late. MATANZAS. repair work. The shop is equipped with a 12 H. P. The faithful few aro generally on gas engine, a jointer, band saw, power drill, emery HARTFORD Rev. E. D. Maddox filled his regu- tlmo. Getting to church on time wheels, blowers, two forges, corn crusher, sejt burrs, TO lar nppointmont here Saturday and shows an Interest in tho Lord's work s rubber tire machine. In fact this shop is equipped to that no ono can call In question. Suuday. A largo crowd attended. do the easiest possibe in the least possibe time. 1 LOUISVILLE "3. If you come, come with your Mrs. L. B. Evorly spent tho weekhave been working three men, and all kept busy. It ACCOUNT Hartford, with her parents, nil nd made up to take a back seat. end in Act ns if you wore afraid of tho trout is a money making proposition for a wide-a-waMr. and Mm. Joo C. Bennott. scats' and afraid to b6 boh. Mr. and Mrs. Iris Render, Center-towman. If interested come and look it over. Ask for "4. If you come, como with your vlsitod Mr. and Mrs. O. V. P. N. Woodruff. Tickets on salo Sopt. 10 to 15, Inclusive, ami for trains scheduled to mind mndo up to find fault with the Tatum, of tho Point, this woek. arrive In Louisville before noon September ICth. service, tho preacher in particular. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render and P. N. WOODRUFF & CO. Tickets good for return to roach Hartford beforo midnight Sopt. 18th. sou, Qerald, of Llvermore. spout Suu- There are some who nover have a Cumberland Phone. . Beaver Dam, Ky. For further or detailed Information, apply to local ticket agent. day with Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Render. good word' to say about the church, Myers and family, otl nor tld preaching ot tho word, tho Mr. Claud Ma-gawo-hea- Mr. Guy Daniel of Beavor Dam, was hero Saturday and Sunday toach- lug Mr. Tom Wilson to drivo tho new Ford car which h- purchased from tho Beaver Dam Auto Co. Blood and Boozo wer,e very much In evidence here Sunday. WebbitM ConvenThe Three-da- y tion closed hero Monday, with seven immersions. William. It. McDaniol, Alvn Oiler, n Ho?t Wilson and Mian I.oreno Fordsville High school entered - HARV EXCEPTIONAL OFFER $230 Cut in Price of International P. & 0. Plow FREE 2-furrow and a Greatest Farm Power Value Ever Offered s" i tako-it-eas- 1 Mc-Gra- International Now $6 70 S Free Plow Offer Expires October 1st 16 ibt LUTHER CHINN Beaver Dam, Ky. x No-rin- o, 4 V n, ,,. d. Blacksmith and Machine Shop FOR SAI.F '! up-to-date Louisville 4 Nashville Railroad EXCURSION FARE KENTUCKY STATE FAIR ke n, l -- -