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XXXV STRIKE ON THIRD OF ROADS COMES TO END Subscription $1.50 per Y-mU- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, sals for settlement or, partial sottlo-moof the railway shopmen's strlko wero technlcaly accepted today by tho union's general Policy Committee providing that tho railroads , meet certain cond(M.nir. It wm learned today from tho head of one of tho striking unions. A decision on part of tho questions discussed In secret sessions of the general Policy Committer was reach-o- d today, 11. ,M. Jowell, head of the railway employes' department of "the American Federation of Labcr. anadnounced when tho journal a long session at 1:45 o'clock this nftornoon for lunch. He promised a full statement by G o'clock this evening. nt -- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER IS, 1922. NUMBER 12 JUDGE R. W. BINGHAM TO SPEAK TUESDAY UNDESIRABLE ALIENS REFUSED CITIZENSHIP District of Columbia Judge Willi-hold- s Final Paper. ' ' ' Washington, Sept. 14. Refused flnalNcltlzcnshlp papers by Justlco BalUy of tho District of Columbia Susociation. ry This Term. premo Court, seven aliens are proNocreek and Blshnor will try contesting nt being tho first examples of clusions at' Riverside Park tomorrow unsuccessful applicants for any o'Uer morning nt 10 o'clock. Judge Robert W. Bingham, of reason than failure to pass the re M. Jewell, 13,-- R. Tho Ohio Circuit Court will cono Ohleago. Sept. Loulsvillo, hns consented to cdme quired examination . vene hero Monday, in its regular ENJOYABLE MACON tho striking railway shop head of to Hartford and deliver an address Tho men wero shown to have used FRY AND PICNIC September term with about tho usual crafts, announccrt that Clio unions at the courthouse, Tuesday after- their citizenship in other countries number- - of cases on the docket for committee of ninety hail aupolicy noon, September 19, nt 1:30 o'clock, .as a means o? avoiding soivico In the A number of young folks, chnpe- - hearing. The Individual following citizens thorized him to negotiate In tho Interest of the Dark Tobacco United States armed forces during tho roned by' Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blan- - have been summoned to report Tues- peace agreements with the railroads As-Marketing Growers war, and it was proved that none of kenshlp, enjoyed a bacon fry and pic- - day, the second day Pf tho term, to terms of t of the country, based on tho sociation. them served in the countries of their nic at Alexandor School house Tues- - servo as petit Jurors: plan adopted by DRAINAGE PROJECT a general settlement Judge Bingham has done more origin. The judge held that men fday night, from seven to cloven FINALLY COMPLETED M. O. Schronder, J. D. Cooper, M. tho policy committee. s perhaps, than any other citizen of who would servo neither their own o'clock. The party Included Mr. and M. Tate, C. S. White, J. P .Casobler, said: "Wo havo agroed Mr. Jewell Kentucky In the Interest of the Hur- country, because of residenco In this, Mrs. W. C. Blankcnshlp, Misses Mar- T. B.'Bell, J. M. Christian, yielding Construction work on .the Roy L. B. the terms of a settlement to where al., drainage project has been ley Association, and has given much nor this country, because of cltlzen- - garet Williamson, Centertown, MilAlvin Ross, J. H. Leach, Mawhercvor possible and standing hon- finally completed by tho contractor. time to the organization of a llko i chip In other countries, were not fit open dred Stevenson, Martha Pato, Anna rlon W. Boll, O. W. Faught, H. B. there was no other avenue association In tho dark district. lie to become citizens of the United Rhea Carson, Amelia Plrtlo and The Hoard of Drainage CommissionTruman, Courtland Taylor, W. H. wo represent." orably to those Carson, city; Me?rs. Dick Wil- Baize, G. W. Jeffries, L. A. Stevens." work In ers togpthor with tho Engineer In Is thoroughly familiar with the pro States. All men arc to return' to Legislative comment on tho action liamson, Greenville, Powell Tlchenor, Ira Wallace, Will Griffith, J. P. Pax- -, held chargo, accompanied by the viewers position from every angle. He has, positions of the class originally point, went ovr tho entire drain Wednes- spent much money, In fact he made of the Judge has been very favorable, Central Grove, Edward Duke, James ton, J. M. McFerran, T. M. Daniel, C. Juno 30. 1922, at tho same i week and accepted the the financing of the hurley pool pos- and somo Senators have pointed out Glenn and Curtis Maples, city. W. Foreman, Romney Graham, C. P. according to tho statement issued by day, of this work. This public drain Is the larg-c- st sible, having loaned tho organization the importance of other Jurists tnk-ln- g Kesslnger, J. T. Barnes, Charles policy committee. the proposition eqiul care and pains In granting APPOINTMENT OF 25 V. S. of tho character freely of his means. Shown, W. R. Skinner, Dick Stevens, Sept. 13. Virtual within the entire County. It Is sevWashington, Every grower, whether he Is now final citizenship papers. In this conJUDGES UP TO PRESIDENT Thomas Render, Jesse Swope, R. B. affectsettlement of the rail strike as eral miles In length and embraces a pledged mombor of the association nection quotations have bcon made Beck.J. W. Miller, Barnett Tlnsley, ing 35 to 40 per cent of tho railroads several arms containing 5& miles, or not. Is urged to bo present and from a report of tho House of Rep- Washington, D. C, Sept. 12. The John Plrtlo and Luther Hunsaker. lato 'ntatlves Committeo on Immigra- way wns paved today for tho appoint- Thore is not to be any grand Jury at of tho country wns announced Davis altogether affording quick and cer- hear this gifted orator and large bustoday by Secrotary of Labor moot- tain drainage to as fine a section of iness mon upon this occasion. Busi- tion and Naturalization which show ment by the president! twenty-fiv- e the coming term. on the basts of reports from tho .farming lands as may bo found with- ness men from every walk of life the Importance of safeguarding citi- additional fedoral Judges to handle Tho following cases have been placGeneral Policy ing in Chicago of the in tho County. It starts In tho wet within the County nro also urged to zenship in the United States. Ac- Increasing court business, the hou3Q ed on the advance docket for trial: cording to the report, a survey of 460 approving, 139 to 77, changes In the Comtnlttco of the striking shop craft lnnds near Ellmltch and empties In- bo present. 1st Day. - Don't forget tho date, the hour State Institutions, with a total of Judgeship bill which was sent to the unions. to Rough River approximately 6 Bank of Llvermoro vs. Ohio Co. Hall Official Imck Word. and tho place, como and bring your 210, 83K Inmates, found 21,14 per White House for approval. miles' below, near Slate Ripple. Board of Supervisors; J. T. Carter vs. Washington officials of the Assocent of this fifth of a million Infriends and neighbors. H. L. Tucker; Green River Coal Mfg. I reciation of Hallway Executives hadsetmates to be of foreign birth, and JANITOR DISLODGES Co. vs. Ohio County Bonrd of SuBANK MADE $200,000 virtual MARRIAGE LICENSES ceived no word as to the 44.09 per cent either of foreign blrtli Da-S- STRIKERS COMMITTEE pervisors; Valley View Farm Co. vs.' . RECENTLY ISSUED or having at least one parent of forLOAN TO MINE-UNIOtlement as reported by Secretary Same; Rockport Coal Co. vs.' Same. after nn eign birth. Institutional managevis late In tho day and 2nd Buy.' AlChicago, 111., Sept. 12. A husky d at tho Labor Department, Now York, Sept. 12. A loan of Jesse Craig, Rosins, to Ola Bryant, ment thus devotes at least Bronard Mfg. Co. vs QJUo Co. Drug-Co.- ; put a sudden end to negocounsel of tho $200,000 on personal notes of John Horton. fred P. Thorn, general of total expenditures to the foreign, Janitor N. P. Dennis vs. W. Ht Maddox; White Run, to 3tor!c which has arrived In the Unit- tiations seeking a basis for settle- Louisville Gro. Co. vs. Ensley Raymer association, telegraphed executives L. Levels, president of tho United .Claud Havens, Chicago for de- Mine Workers of America, and other Ethea Ward, Aberdeene. ment of tho rail shopmen's strike torepresentatives In ed States within this generation. If &c; J.' W. Foster vs. H. E. MHHgan Tom Render, Beaver Dam, to Nel- tho Statea on the average spond 21 day, when, with mop and broom in &c; R. C. Davis vs. M. B. Barnard union officials, without collateral, tails. hand," he ordered the shop craft poliRailway had not was made to the miners' organization lie Boyd, Centertown. per cent of their total revenues for The Southern &c; Louanna Rowan &c, vs Beaver. 'been officially notified up to 4 o'clock last July by the. Harrlmnn National maintaining Inadequates, tbout 7 por cy committeo of ninety out of the Dam Coal Co.; Guenther Hdw. Co. settlement of Bank, this city, It was disclosed to- DR. ALEXANDER MEMORIAL hall in which they were meeting and cent of Iho total rovenuo is soent In this afternoon of tho vs. J. M. Hoover &c; Robert BurSecretaFUNDS NEAR COMPLETION carlng'for degenerate and dependent they adjourned until tomorrow with- den vs. Ohio Co. F. M. Tel. Co.; tho shopmen's strike which assured day. out taking any definite action. said was foreign human stock. ry of Labor Davis It was at a time when the union's ofAt a critical poriod of the two-da- y Guenther Hdw. Covs..C. W. Hoover; and on a number of roads. Railroad re- funds wero about exhausted Advices from Mr. Rowan Holbrook, session, the Janitor announced: R. J. Hewlett, vs. S, J. Boone &c. Way-lan- d' comment pending of the Dr. FAMILY REUNION AT PRENTISS ficials withhold there was Imperative need of getting secretary-treasure- r 3rd Day. "Youse fellers gotta get outa here ceipt of definite information from money to buy food and tents for the Alexander memorial fund, are A. M. Fox &c. vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.; at five sharp. I gotta clean up fer Chicago. August 27, 1922, Is a day that will striking miners and their families, It to the effect that the move to raise G. J. Christian vs. A. S. Monroe &c; Statement by DavK was said. funds for tho erection of a suitable long bo remembered by tho sister, some wimmln." &c. vs. Geo. Sowders; issued by M. Jowell, strike leader, had R. P. Coleman B. The formal statement Joseph W. Harrlmnn, president ol memorial over tho late Educator's three brothers and their wives, and G. A. Ralph vs. Ames Body Corpn. appeal and a vote Secretary Davis ald: tho bank, declared that the United tomb In Oakwood Cemetery, Is be- other relatives and friends of Mr. just finished an 4th Day "American Industry has overcome Mlno Workor3' union had done Its ing pushed to completion and that he and Mrs. W. D. Hocker, who enjoy- was in prospect. But, with the lease E. F. Oabbert vs. F. M. Hoover; way' of the for hopes to give the entire list, togeth- ed the day and the bountiful dinner on the hall expiring In ten minutes P. A. Evans &c. vs R. E. Lee Simmer-ma- n; banking with his institutions the last obstacle In tho greatest economic revival the nation years, nnd that the loan was purely er with the amounts subscribed by served by Mr. and Mrs. Hocker, at the proceedings were halted while Howard Moore vs. Broadway-Coa- l settletransaction. It was each Individual to the local papers their homo. The occasion being a efforts wero made to obtain a few has over known. With tho railway a business Mng. Co. family reunion pf the sons and minutes grace. W.hen efforts failed, ment of tho strike of 400.000 pointed out that'tbe union In normal at an early date. CRIMINAL assured tho whole In- times has over a million dollars on shop craftsmen H. the adjournment was ordered. All friends of Dr. Alsxandor and daughters of the late Charles 2nd Day country Is Jewell Issued the following Mr. dustrial machinery of tho doposit at the bank. especially his former pupils are urg- Stevons, all being present except one Cointh. of Ky. vs. Alfred Wheeler ready for a forward movement unson, S. C. Stevons. of Tampa, Fla. statement: The officials who signed tho note ed and expected to contribute. ' "Tho meeting has adjourned today &c. , precedented In our economic history. In addition to Mr. Lewis wero P. H. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. 7th Day "Tho disturbance la tho bituminous Murray nud William Logan Stevens nnd children, of Tex- to meet tomorrow morning at 10 Green, vice CROP AND WEATHER Comth. of Ky. vs. R. B, Brown. REPORT FOR WEEK as; Mrs. Opholm Austin, of Sumner, o'clock without any, action having reand nnthraclto coal mining Industries president and secretary-treasure- r, Tommle been taken. Wo hoped to get some- MRS. BARNHILL ENTERTAINS are In tho past, and tho 600,000 coal spectively, of the miners' organizaNeb,; Mr. nnd Mrs, miners of tho country are back at tion. Mr. Green, when seen hero to- Summary of weather und crop condi Bennett, of the Union neighborhood, where today, 6ut our meeting was BLACK CAT SOCIAL CLUB work. Our. representatives In New day, admitted having obtained the Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stevens, Mr. and unfortunately interrupted." tions In Kentucky for the. week mo today that words, Mr. Jewell said, 1022 These fow ending Tuesday, Sept. England have advised Mrs. Eclas Bennett and children, Mr, loan, and declared that Mr. Harrl-mn- n Mrs. Roy Barnhill delightfully enpubIn tho textile workers' strike there, G. W. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. Henry wero all ho cared to give out for had playod an Important part tertained tho Black Cat Club' at tho rapidly onabllng tho In arranging somo" of tho chief conLouisville, Ky., Sept, 1,3, 1922. Stevons, son Charlie, and daughter, lication. settlements are home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. . mm Tho first five days wero hot and Ruth; j'lrs. mills to resume operations. Neighbors, of Bea- ference and bringing about a setR. E. L. Slramerman, city, Saturday GANFIELD FUND EXCEEDED great Industrial dis- tlement of the strlko. dry, Intensifying drought conditions vor Damt Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Stevons, "These threo FOLLETTE afternoon frpm three to tlvo o'clock,. THAT OF LA v in the western half of the State, but Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hocker and chilputes have been the only hindrances . After a number of games of ffvo- favorable for maturing late crops dren. Mrs.. Panla Hockor, Mr. and to tho nation in its rapid recovery THE OHIO COUJJTY Tho hundred a delicious salad course was Madison, Wis., Sept. 11. The Mrs. W. D. Hocker, son Clayton and tho Industrial' depression which where molsturo was sufficient. from FAIR IS XOW ON 'to the following: Mesdames showors In the central and western daughter, Commte, of the Prentiss campaign expenditures of Senator R. served vo faced n year ago. With them out L. T. Rlloy, A. D. Kirk, A. C. Porter. M. La Follette, preceding- the Wiscountles,s followed by much cooler Neighborhood. tho way progress Joward prosperiof Tho threo days' fair to bo held at 0 John P. Taylor, W. C. Biankenshlp, consin primary election, totaled ty will bo swift and sure..' ONE PRESENT. tho local grounds started yesterday wonther. Lato .corn, tobacco, and his financial statement filed with J. B. Tanpan, E. G. Barrass, Goodoll Tho Secretary said he was Inform- with somewhat more than the usual potatoes contlnuod to Improve In tho today shows. Wooten, Darrell Sullenger, Bello the eocretary of . state ., ed that tho settlement covered tho first day attpndnnco noted. Moro northeastern counties, whore these BASEBALL BHIEFS ,. i .... . . lno Slal corrupt practices uci per Cooper, Rachel Shultz; Misses Artio Seaboard Air Line, tho Southern, tho stock Is on hands for exhibition and crops aro In a fairly good condition; AND. FOUL STRIKES Ohio, Iho Chicago & mits a total, expenuuuro ior primary May, Louisville, Cllffle Felix, Mary Baltimore and thore promises to bo some good speed but there was little growth In tho StevenTho Beavers nnd Rockport staged and general election of ?7,000 for Marks, Leila Glenn, Mildred Northwestern and tho Chicago, Mil- rings. Quit; a bunch of eldo attrac- western soctlon, whero their condiUnited States senatorial candidates. son and Florence Nelson, city. gumo nt Beaver Dam waukee & St. Paul. tions and numbors of strangers nro In tion Is poor excopt on bottom lands. a v, Dr. W. A. Ganfleld, who opposed LCorn and tobacco aro "firing" on hil Sunday, ending on account of Other roads, including ths Hock evidence. expected to sign Sanator La Follette, filed an expenso L. & N. LIFTS EMBARGOES Island, ho said, wore The conly uplands. Tho showers late In the ths score o ON SOUTH BOUND FREIGHT CONFERENCE YEAR CLOSES week afforded somo rollot locally In test was one of tho best played on account showing disbursements of the agreement. $0,063 as commltte? expenses and Department officials Othor Labor tho central and western sections; but the Beaver's diamond this season and Cincinnati, O, Sept. 12. All emsaid they understood, that n total of Next Sunday will be tho closing tho rainfall was not sufficient to start was witnessed by a good sized crowd. personal expenses of $400. bargoes on southbound freight havo --- affected by service of tho Conference year for the general growth of crops or grass. Re- Stevens uid Dossott worked for the fifty-tw- o roads would be boeil lifted on the Loulavtlle & NashPHOTOGRAPHY tho settlement. Mothodlst Church in Hartford. There ports Indicate that tho late pototo Beavers and Allen and Brown for ville railroad, It was announced tollnsW of Settlement. will bo services tit 11a. m. and 7:30 crop is a falluro In much of the west tho Rockport boys. The tie game is I will bo at my homo in Hartford, night by Brent Arnold, general Tho basis of tho settlement as un- p. in. Sunday school at 9:41 a. m. ern-- ' section." Early tobacco, much to bo played oft Sunday. .Saturday Sept. Kith, will bo glnd to freight agont. The order which ac along lines of Every ono Is invited to worship with reduced In ylold iiy drought, Is now derstood hero follows companied the announcement stated do your work for you. a tentative agreement recently work- us nud lot's make the- last service in barn nnd curing rapidly. Cutting A mixed Ilartford and McHonry that horeufter southbound freight to K. G. SCHROATEIt, M. Jewell, leador of tho most Inspiring one of the year. of early corn has commenced gsuer-gll- y. team lost a ed out by n. affair to Inland points on the road would be accoptod progress was slow because Sunday, at Riverside park by 9 to 3. the striking shopmen, and Daniel The prospects for good reports from but There is an old time crowd of tho and that freight to points beyond tho Dnltlmoro & all the churches on tho chargo nro of tho hot, dry weathor. Villnrd president of the Somo plow- On account 6f the latenoss of tho 'how'll you swap" boys In town southorn terminus would bo acceptOhio. good, ono church having nlroady re- ing was done in, the northeast" ru hour at which the game was started, with their steeds ranging from a bit ed provldod the connecting Hues plan has been understood tp ported In full on all claims. The counties, but vory little in other sec- duo to train, only 7 inuiugs were This of hide and bones to tolerably would accept it. Heretotoro no involve, briefly, tho return to work of pastor will leavo for Conference at tions because of tho hard, dry soil. played, Monroe, Rogers and Glenn "hooses." freight for pdluts south of Loulsvillo all strikers, except those who have Qentrnl City, on Tuesday, so. it is This work can uot proceed until hea- worked for tho home boys and Set had been accepted except by ptrnilt, engaged In violence, retention by tho necessary to bavu all reports In hand vy rain? occur. Tho weather was fa tle and Oflluger for tho Islanders. FOR SALE nnd only priority shipments were re carriers of all men now nt work, and by Monday .evening, Your pres- vorable for cutting and curing alfal ceived for Louisville. adjudication pf disputed questions by ence nt these- closing services will bo fa and cowpea hay, but the ylolds The Louisville K. & I. team with 240 acres of land, 2 miles from representing tho railroad accepted as a token of your good have been .reduced by drougnt. Pas- which dates and agreement had been Llvermore, on public road.' 25 acres committees The lecture delivered at tho local and their employes. What dlsposj- -' wltres. tures revived somewhnt in the north- made for games yesterday, today and tiled, 25 In clover, about 120 clear- baptist, church Monday night by . Jroublesomo tlon was made of the T. T. HAZIER, Pustor. eastern district, but they nro badly tomorrow "fluked", at tho last min- ed. Everlasting well pf water on place Ding, a student of Georgetown seniority question was not known' m" dried in tho hilly section of the cen- ute. The K. & I. Management called and In mile of school. Will sell College, was both Interesting and In. V Mrs. Otto yj, Martin and little tral and western districts. Stock yesterday shortly boforp noon ap- In two tracts or as a whol. Easy structive, Mr. Ding is. a Chinaman, ."Separate Pcnc Nuiw Arcepiod by son, uari franKiin went to Loitcn-tlel- d water continues short in many locali- prising the local management qt the terms, See in thl country, in further preparayesterday to visit friends nud ties. fact. Island was billed to fill the MAHY HARDIN. tion for tho ministry. His lecture was , J. L. KENDALL. Meteorologist plate of the K, & I. team yesterday 12t Chicago, Sept. 13. Peace propo-- j rolatlves. They will return today. Llvermoro, Ky. largely of the Orient and Its people. Muf-fett.ot ltz, Bo-dlno ry one-thir. $3,-60, ten-lnhldnilc-ness.'wi- th 3. good-looking the-Rev. Union Chiefs Accept Partial Peace Plan3, Report. Comes In Interest Of Dark Tobacco Growers As- - and ths fast Sutcllffs of Louisville were scheduled to play here this af- OHIO CIRCUIT COURT ternoon and tomorrow. The locals have very greatly TO CONVENE MONDAY strengthened for those games and good sport should ba the result. Is land Is to play hero Sunday after ... ' Jury To Report Sec noon, whfch marks the cioije' of tho season. ond day. No Grand Ju- - "e"t V COAL PEACE IS BUSINESS AID Ic, 15 years old, aquatic sensation of AVERS Wo. lira 's Swimming Association, New York, shattered six world's reincords for womon In a Farm Iliircuii vitation raco today In tho the SENATOR UTILITY ALLY, Mc- - I 500-met- rs 75-fo- ot Washington, Sept. 10. by Senator McKInley, Republi can, Illinois, to Henry Ford's offer Just Wlutt She Needed. for tho development of the Muscle "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Shoals Federal Power project was New York, Sept. 13. With the soft Tablets some time ago, and they prov. declared today by Gray Silver, Wash-- ! aoal production reaching sntlsfnctory cd to ho Just whnt I needed," wrlts iiiKtuii ruin csvuiuiitu ui me iiiicri levels ami with the hard coal striko Mrs. Volta Dankson, Chllllcothc, Mo. can Farm Bureau Federation, to bo g practically g:ttled, Interest In bus- "They not only relieved me of Indi- founded on "a association" iness and financial circles has cen- gestion, but toned up my liver and with tho development of public utilitered during the past week In tho ex- rid mo of backacho and dizziness that ties from which he had been unable tent of industripl recovory and tho I had been subject to for somo time. to divorce his mind. Mr. Silver's prospects for fall business. Thoy did mo a world of good and I statement was contained in n letter 's The steel industry,- - perhaps tho will always speak a good word for to tho Senator In reply to the m expression on the Muscle Shoals chief sufferer from the strikes, shows them." question made public early In August signs of improvement. The SO por Policies advocated by the Senator cent of capacity level of operations WHY TELEPHONE OPKKATOH KKPKATS NUMISKK ASKED KOK reflected his former association with In which tho industry was reduced by 8-- 16 the strikes, has been bettered slightthe public service corporations, tho After you removo the telephone letter said, and were based, not on n ly and a further gain Is expected. With a continued restriction of fuel receiver from the hook and ask Cen program of furnishing cheap power, ' tin (I car supplies, however, the trade tral for a number, you will notice but one of obtaining for tho Muscle ow In n Is moderate In Its anticipations. A that sho ropsats tho number Shoal Power "all that tho public Is rot or n to a 60 per cent basis this fall questioning voice. able to pay." Mr. Silver Informed Hor repetition of the number in the Senator that tho federation prots considered moro likely than n full recovery to the 75 per cent basis such a tono calls for an acknowledge- posed development of the properties reached in the early summer. Opin- ment from you that she has correctly to supply power at the lowest possl-bl- o ions differ as to the probable dura heard the number. cost and favored a program that It is to avoid the possibility of call- would result directly or Indirectly tion of existing higher steel prices, but most observers consider sis ing tho wrong number that Central in benefits to the entire people. The repeats the number given her as she statements made by tho Senator, the months an adequate allowance. Reports on the railroad traffic hears it. letter added, did not indicate that his Tho subscriber Is expected to con- policies would produce such results. movement continued to be reasonably tilturns, those for tho week aided firm tho operator when she repeats Mr. McKlnley's plan of soiling the August 26, show total loadings of the number, if she has the correct power at tho dam would mean unIf not, tho caller is ex- questionably 501,000 cars, n figure which tops number. that.lt would be turned the previous high record for the year pected to repeat tho number desir- over to the Alabama Power Company, 3y some 13,000 cars. Coal loadings, ed. In this way tho percentage of the letter asserted nnd added that Sho statistics for which are obtaln-ab- ls wrong number calls will be reduced such an arrangement would not be for later dates, are good and to a minimum. helpful to anybody except the disSo when Central correctly repeats tributing comanpy and tho financial Indicate a movement of this commoi dity at, a ratu close to 10,000,000 tho number you ask for, Just say Interests who would make enormous tons a week. While the added de- "yes" or "ploase," or make some profits on this basis." mand for equipment on account of similar acknowledgement of Its Price. Means By adherence to this rule! tho resumption of anthracite mining The letter advanced the argument arlll ho partly met by use of hither tho service will be mado surer and also that it the McKInley proposals to inactive rolling stock belonging swifter. were carried out no fertilizer would to the hard coal roads the opinion is ba manufictured because of the high ft old that it wil aso offer a' test of Cliiunbci Iain's Colic and Diarrhoea price of the power. IJcmcdy in Michigan. the acuteness of the car shortage. "The policy you suggest," the let-tMrs. A. H. Hall, Casevjlle, Mich., Tinanclal quarters meanwhile continued, "would place such n i that the railroads aro getting says, "I wish to thank you for your high price on this power that It grand good medicine, Chamberlain's could not practically be used for the (heir shop situation in hand. Publication on September 1, values Colc and Diarrhoea Remedy. We are manufacture of fertilizer, and you 8-- 16 for two of the principal Indices of never without it in the house, and advocate tho sale' of the power at commodity prices failed to disclose I am sure it saved our baby's life the high prices Instead of using it any upward tendency. Ono of the this summer." ito secure a cheap factor In produc Mrs. Mary Carrlngton, Casevllle, Indices fell half of ono per cent, tion." This is not a stopped tractor, pared down to make a price, but complete while the other remained practical- Mich., says, "I have used ChamberSeveral statements by the sfnator with all essential equipment pulley, fenders, platform, throttle-governo- r, lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy as to the meaning of sections of the ly stationary. Farm products, such ,m grain and meat, continued to give for years and it has always given Ford offer were denied by Mr. Siladjustable drawbar, angle lugs, brakes. This equipment, worth more than m ground rather sharply and aside from prompt relief." ver's Utter which added: $100 and necessary on any tractor to make it serviceable and safe, included in metals and fuel the other groups 'T can appreciate also that from HARDING ItECEIVES THANKS our price. No extras to buy. Ttioved but little. Purtly for this reayour point of view the amortization son, Jess credence is given talk of proposal b un feature of the Ford Prosident Harding received a mes an, Inflationary boom during tho fall. In that at the end of the sage from the presidents of Hondu- desirable. The. hellef grows that tho price lease period there are no bonds out will he confined to commo-dftli- ras, Salvador and Nicaragua thank- standing against this great developin which a temporary and ab- ing him for bis aid in establishing ment and consequently the power Is those released from paying an Interest burBetween now and Oct. 1st, we will give to every purchaser of an Internanormal situation obtains and that amlcablo relations among countries. In reply the president den on money which, under the old tho comparatively low purchasing tional 8-tractor a genuine P& plow FREE, f. o. b. Chicago. power of Europe and our agricul said In part: "It was a great pleas system of development, would necesure to bo able to assist this confer- sarily bo secured from the great fiBut this is a special offer good only until Oct. 1st and demands quick action. tural districts will be a damper to ' any false boom. According to this ence In any way, and I assure you of nancial Interests and which would See us today. tho continued interest of the U. S. bo u perpetual burden on the people. vttw a moderate but spotting improvement in business is on tho cards. covernninnt and nEnnle. as wnll ns mv I Under this amortization plan, howevown nnrnnnnl IntnrPHt. In th wplfnrn er, the cost of tho power at the end Crop prospects remain llttlo ohahged. The Department of Agri- of your country." of the lease period Is reduced to the cost of maintenance, depreciation and culture has revised Its corn crop esoperation." timate downwards from 3.017,000,-00- 0' FOR FLETCHER'S Giiiirontco Held Absolute. to 2,8275,000,000 bushels. Tho Regarding the fertilizer producMrai'oii had hern amply anticipated I '' tion, Mr. Silver's letter asserted that byHlie trade, however, and the deHAUGHDAHIi CUPS MARKS the Ford guarantee was "absolute" partment has placed tho yield of and was not dependent on the profit wheat. some 13,000,000 bushels high-WLincoln, Nob., Sept. 4. SIg Haugh-dah- l, of 8 per cent to which he would be will come to a boil slowly and then man Is unchangeable, tho SlS.000,000 bushels. The- latetornal sically that sho will bo unnbo to redriving a Frontennc car, broke limited. The letter cited the testi- not cook too fast. This extracts the femlnlu?. ter figure compares with an actual produce herself, largtly because sho snip last year of 795,000,000 bushels. two world's records for automobile mony of representatives of tho Judge salt, brings out the flavor and makes Is not worth reproducing. Sho will t half-mll- o track at the advocate general of the army to tho meat tender. The returns show that supplies will rnclng on a Washington Post A cablegram somo day "find herself." And then Nebraska State Fair this afternoon. rethat regardless of the profit European crops aro he plentiful. It Is a good Idea to place, two or says tho girls in Africa are asking for tho Importance of physical health and pack- American girls' clothing, ported to ho short but while a fair Ho lowered tho mile record to .58 4 or loss, Mr. Ford would be bound un- more wrappers on parcol-poprobably be- tho vigor and vitality that lusurus seconds. The previous record of ono der his offer to manufacture fertili- ages that are to travel far or that cause It ulttme of European buying hns been would suit a hot climate. splendid womanhood will uppeal to o seconds was zer and further that the guarantes aro specially valuable. Each wrapgoing on It has been insufficient to nrinuto and hor mightily. established last woek at Des Moines bound for 100 years his heirs and per should be carefully tied and adIt is stlffeu prlcea in this country. Urooklyn Eagk This Is tho ago of ' pointed out that there is an obvious by tho same driver. Haughdahl then successors In tho corporation which dressed. Then the chances of the ' Catarrh Cannot Be Cured e raco in 1:58, he proposed to form to carry out tho packago roaching Us Intended desti- tho working woman, and tho prime made tho difference between what Europe consIdoratf,-of dress for a wor- k- T,,th LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, us they might liko to buy and what that con- breaking tho record for 2; 2 5 set contract. nation aro much better as tho name Jug woman ara freedom of movement SESfh TU &VWZV&TIZ-anyears ago. nnd address of sender and consignee) tinent will bo ublo to pay for. Tho four ease of adjustment. No costume Swellings of 'the flesh cau3td by will remain even If outside wrappers Tust1' TCJorve ratio of tho federal reserve evor designed for women gave such internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh Medl-fre- o : DR. ItKMi maim: thi-Inflammation, cold, fractures of tho nre lost. sj'itun hhows another moderate token Internally and acts thru piay fnr mo oody and required fine..!' PI 1ST WIRlJIiKSS TELEPHONE bono, toothache, neuralgia or rheui the blood on tho mucous surfaces of tlio but the loss is attributed to holso little attention, once it was "un " Bytem. Hall's Catarrh Medicine was matiaiu can be relieved by applying iday demands for currency. Monetary Surgeons agree that In cases of Pre?;lbed by one of tho best physiciansHaving enjoyed tho distinction of Hallnrd's Snow Liniment. this country for yearn. It la comIt should Cuts, Rums, Bruises and Wounds as the presont. unpructlcaly conditions remain posed of omo of the best tonics known. being the first man in tho world to bo well rubbed in over tho part af- the first treatment is most Important. combined with some of the best blooil changed. discover tho way to make tho wires fected. Its groat hoallng and pene- When an efficient antiseptic Is rip- , Kansas City Star-Cou- rtesy Is the Pn'rJS!r.ccg?i;,ttilU talk, Alexander Graham Dell thon trating power eases the pain, reduces pled promptly, there Is no danger of quality that koops u. woman smiling clne. ,s wnat produces nuch wonderful ' GIIHj lUtKAUK TtKCOItDS to mako the telephone swolllug and restores natural con- infection nnd the wound begins to when a departing guest elands at tho Siiln'oilraff1 con(lltlons Send talk without wires and in 1880, five ditions. Prlco 30c, 60c and $1.20 heal at once. Por uso on man'' or open screen and lets flks In. , "vfr $ co- - VtoW- - Toledo. O. Now York, Sept J. Gertrude Eder- Hall's Family Plils for constipation. the per bottle. Sold by Ohio County boast, Horozone is the Ideal antisepyoais after ho had invontcd speaking telop'k'one, ho succeeded in Drug Company. London Eve It Is only whon a, m tic and licullng ngent. liuy It now -"Aren't you master In your own transmitting speech by means of light nnd be ready for an emergency. Prlco woman is as wiso us a serpent that ' rays by tha uhu of telephone apparashe can afford to ho as harmloss as hpuso?" PRACTICAL POINTERS 30c, '60c and $1,20. Sold by the "Well, my wlfo and I hnvo dividtus which ho culled n photophnno. m a dove. Utuo county Drug Co. ed It. Sho looks nfter tho money, Tills was the first wlroloss telephone. Paring vogotablos too thick is Dr. Boll also developed later an- wastotul. Cooking them in their VIEWS IXTKUKKTINO TO WOMEN woman's Weekly Tho longer tho children, tho dog and tho cat other typo of telephone which he skins, which aro moro easily removskirt is definitely hero, but tho best I look after the goldfish." o-called a thormophone based on the ed later, means economy. Colliers Wo hope tho flapper's authorities say that It will not follow Hill Nye was onco chatting with n Add a pinch of cream of tartar to. radiation of heat waves, nnd with will Parisian lead to absurd oxtromes. iiuhmndenco this apparatus ho was able to trans- eggs before starting to beat thuni. ublo her to grow up and livo her life Eight Indies from tho floor Is re- Senator Shirley of Mnlno and remark mit spcoch for u considerable dis- Tho doslred frothy condition will without worrying foolsbly about the, commended us the length which buy-er- a cd thnt he had bon born nt Shirley rpr tho big Btorcs should chooso in the senator's state and ho suppostance. then 1)0 acquired moro quickly nnd wolfare of tho next goueratlou. In 1915 tho engineers of the Dell retained lougor. for fnll costumes. Womeu who wish ed tho town had been named for ono til Shirley's nncoators. Urooklyn Englo As long an thoy them ehurtor may cut thuuv off. Sbtom mado extraordinary contribuClonu floor mops by brushing out "I don't know," mused tho senator. tions to tho' wlrlesa telephone urt the long cord strands with au old were kept out of sight wo always reand with apparatus developed Aty whisk broom. ThU quickly removes spectfully referred to u woman's lowPhysical Culture Weuk girls de- "I didn't even know thoro was a (hem not only talked ncross tho con- tho lint and dirt and obviates tho er extremities as her "limbs," but velop into defective mothers and the town npmed Shirley In Maine." tinent but from Arlington, Vn., to tangling and matting which ulways jwhon tho short skirts showed us they flapper who adopts the debutante "Neltliep aid I." said iSya tactfully, Paris, Prance, and to tbt lluwalian.j roault from trying to shako tho mop wire Just legs why theu everybody slouch and acqiilres tho Idoa that lib- - "till I was horn thoro,"-.ArKou- aut. called them that. thus ftut demonstrating tho clean. eriy means vireo indulgence In all sorta of dissipation Is headed straight Kreat possibilities of radio transmis-- j Suit moats that are to be boiled Mon and stimulating public lutorost should bo put Into cold water and set New York Times Keally, there Is for physical, mental nnd moral ruin FOR FLETCHER'S ' In the subject over a moderate fire bo that they no.Buch being as tho now woman. Wo- - She will probably be so defective phy Rail Traffic'Reported Fairly Satisfactory: Corn Estimate Less pool at Brighton Ileach. She defeated Ilclcne Walnwrlght, of Now York, by twenty yards, and Hilda Jnmos, of England, Europenn swim ming champion, by forty yards. Official ANcrt Klnloy Power Company I'rJejid. n i life-lon- HARVESTER C0MPAN Y'S EXCEPTIONAL OFFER and a 2-furr- lat-ter- $230 Cut in Price of International P. & 0. Plow FREE Greatest Farm Power Value Ever Offered Ish or be-Ho- International Now $670 i. r ci Free Plow Offer Expires October 1st 16 0 Children Cry -- LUTHER CHINN Beaver Dam, Ky, CASTOR A at - the-effec- 3-- st two-fifth- two-mil- 2-- ' SME'lM KMfs ",51 I I pro-ceed- rr ft. wall-know- w cicjarcttes mA Tkey are GOOD! id Ohildren Cry CASTORIA tlon of Barren county, In Rcsslon, do unanimously voto to offer our assistance and help to obtain signatures STRIKE APPARENT to tho marketing contract; amy . wnereas, mo launching of a Dark Atsoclatlon In Barron county will mean hotter and more business for fct Contents 15Pluid Prachn! Coal Situation Also Dis- - all inter. stcd Barron county, we, tho Reduction of Over Billion in Public Debt cussed At Cabinet mumbers of tho Burley Association and Nearly Two Billions in Public IlTTTrl lITiVH raVlflJH ask that all bankers, merchants and Meeting. For Infants and Childro&. Expenses Congress Cuts other business peoplo of Barren counBudget Requests. i,. - ..'i-i. ty at once wake up and lend such J2V V. 8. RP.PRRRKNTATIVR assistance to the farmers as will InIV I IX II. WOOH (INDIWashington, Sept. 8. On the basis ANA), MKMI1ER OP IIOUNF. COMMITTER sure a 75 per cent sign-u- p of tho dark ON API'ROI'RIATIONR of personal reports to administration tobacco of Barren county," lenders a more optimistic view of tho , President Harding took office on, ductlons In appropriations and esti- railroad strike situation was apparent Hcrblne is tho medicine that cures .rirr o nvn nr.NT. March 4, 1921. Tho first complete mates mado a most gratifying reduc- today in government circles than at lllliousncss, malaria and. constipation. A'w.rfpfnWcPrcoaralionwfAs-- l A iTTTcnra fiscal year of government business tion in the expenditures. 1 "-The peak any tlmo In tho last week. Tho first (lofo makes ypu feel betsimilntinSlhcIood by RcguU-under his administration began on of ordinary expenditures was reached Officials who have keen in touch ter, a few additional doses cures linOmCSIOlMUDOnuuv;- ;;U nnwt J.X, July 1, 1921, and closed on June In. the fiscal ear 1919, 118,514,000, with Rtrlke developments declared completely. Price COc. Sold by Ohio SO, 1922. Tho Budget Bureau was 000. Tho drop to the fiscal year of tho labor contro County Drug Co. m created In June,, 1921, practically Is most extraordinary, the total forithat HmrohvPromoUniDiecsWR, simultaneously with tho commonce-mon- t that year being 16,403.000.000. For vcrB' on a numbor of roads was a n r.f,rfiifnc andRcStContitnsj of tho fiscal year. Tho esti- the fiscal year 1921 a further rcces- - Probable result of tho series of GREEN JUVKK DISTRICT mated expenditures tentatively subbrought the total down to $5,- -i ferences which they understood to be neither Oplum.Morphlnenor mitted by tho various departments 115,927,689. Mineral. Not NahcoticJ For tho fiscal year In progress in Chicago. Owensboro, Ky., S?pt. 13. No for the flucnl vnnr 1922 rurirrrrntml 1922 tho total, as heretofore stated, The. extent to which the negotla- - doubts are entertained but Wat the 4,650,000,000. The operations of camo down, to $3,795,000,000. Thl8lflnns tnlcht en fnrwnnl nffortlnir n Green HIver Jhmpiin 5"? District will certainly .. i a a a a nnA i I hnf fie Til van ntivn in at tin am ..t.tf tlrl ,ncuacB ol i,uu"c national settlement was not forecast secure the necessary s signfixblbSalt the application 7 prossuro by the debt retirements chargeable to ordl - J . up to the Dark Tobacco Growers CoProsldcnt. a .hnl.M h Mtml- - imnese circles. exerted throuch the n.rv memoes o,oou Jinei. Budget Bureau and with the coopera- natcd from the $3,796,000,000 In or- operative Association by October 1. porw fltnlMSKflir Tho Chicago meetings were said Already every county has shown a tion of the heads of departments and der to obtain a figure comparable to, f&itiTiptntTtnr ' other administrative officers, the or- expenditure figures for the fiscal to have been largely a result of t large sign-u:,'-5with Breckinridge and 4 i.Mr.fi(ll?(medvfof dinary expenditures for 1922 actualbaltl-192- 2 1919, 1920 and 1921. Tho forts of Daniel WUIard, of tho Hancock safely over the top and DaConsUpatiortnnd Diarrhoea. ly amount to $3,79G,000,000, a reexpenditures, therefore, exclu-- j more & Ohio railroad, who was un-sl- viess probably so. The work la be,. .Vm U. duction of 1756,000,000 from tho and Fcwrisnncw-"- public debt retirements, aro derstood to have associated with him ing pushed with increased vigor in of nguro submitted by the departments 13,372.007,899. fW3 rcsaUinS Ihercfi wnjnjnfanry-of rfI)resontatlvcs of about 85,001 miles all the counties and this district will Tho reduction at the beginning of the fiscal year. 1922 under 1920 Is J3.030.000.000 ot nporated track. u . -.. not be satisfied with merely securing M Tho first budget submitted In DeracSirai!cSi4naiBr Attorney General Daugherty to-- the minimum but expects to make it cember indlcnted a deficit for this and tho reduction of 1922 under 1921 j - JfA7-jli- t i U''UflL ' Jl,743,319,789. night said the government was not at least seventy-fiv- e same fiscal year of 124,000,000. How per cent. con- - a party to any negotiations between successful tho efforts of tho adminisThe appeal to tho Merchants of Evidence of the valuo of tho tration have been in holding down trallzatlon of Congressional rcsponsl- -' the railroads and. their employes, but Owensboro that they show their enexpenditures and conserving revenuo public declared that such negotiations would dorsement of the pool by displaying Is attested by tho fnct that Instead blllty in connection with the torn-fa- ct largo placards in their windows to is furnished in tho not be interfered with by the ofyn deficit thoro was a surplus for appropriations year of J314.000.000. Congress appropriated for vonty "straining order issued at this effect, has mot with a big rethe that sponse and has helped Increase InThe total public debt of tho United 1923 $312,172,292 less than tho cl,,caK- Iifjjnl Backfire. terest and support among the farmStates on June 30, 1921, ono year Budget Bureau requested. In other Th(jre nQ UoveIopment today ers. Exact Copy of Wrapper. ago. was $23. 977.000,000. This sum THC CENTAUR COMANY, NKWVOftKCfV had been reduced on Juno 30, 1922, words, although frequently charged ,n conncctIon wth the ,egtll backIlre to J22,963',000,000, a reduction of with being, the spendthrlftranch of atnrtcd by tho international Brother- McHENRY $1,014,000,000. tho government. In point of fact the n00(1 of Kiectrical Workers one Tho policy of the administration Congress appropriated seven per cent. group of the striking crafts thru a Mr. Crlttendon Wade, of Barlow, has been a return to normal condi less than tho budget estimates asked petition for a restraining order to Ky., arrived last week to Visit his tions in public expenditures. How prevent enforcement of the govern- brother, John Wade. woll this has been accomplished is for. Tho people of tho United States ment's temporary Injunction. Con- amply reflected by a glance at tho exMessrs. Gaither Flatt and Alva penditure figures of preceding years. jhavo Just reason to bo proud of tho ferences were held between counsel Wade returned to their homes here The Republican party gained con- - financial record of this ndmlnlstra- - for the union and United States At last week, after a stay of some duraofUiV!!nrfC came F.'11 th6 C,.eCtn0n8 "on. While other countries are torney Gordon "with a view to post- tion, In Chicago. power Several from a distance, attended .struggling with huge deficits In their poning tho hearing on the petition set gross on March 4, 1919. for tomorrow before Judge Bailey, tho picnic and ball game here MonDuring tho period the adralnlstra- - 'budgota and are burdenod with onor- A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. 'finally decided to proceed day. tlon was Democratic and tho Congress mous taxes and staggering public but It was with tho hearing as previously arSqhool opened here Monday with was Republican, requests of the Demo- debt, tho United States has shown a a full enrollment. cratic executives for appropriations surplus for the fiscal year Just closed ranged. s wcro reduced by the Republican Keeping Ilnnds Off. Render, Dane Messrs. Herman -and at the same time accomplished a by nearly S3.000.000.000. Officially, the administration is do- Fisher, Jim Fisher, Will Fisher, Eratlfying reduction in its Appropriations aro the yard stick ing nothing' to further the Elijah Render and Daniel Hawes moexpenditures. The enforced re-- 1 lie debt. railroad executives and tored to the Mammoth Cav Sunday, labor chiefs with a view to the set- - returning Tuesday. Largest Morning Circulation edge. Bookstores havo evyarlcnced MAN IS SEEKER Mr. and Mrs. Ira Pluirfmer of De- tlement of tho shopmen's strike. tho largest increase In t ratio during of Any Kentucky Newspaper While the rail situation was un- trolt, Mich., are visiting Mr. and Mrs. OF KNOWLEDGE tho past month since January, acto have been included A. T. Davis and family. derstood not cording to Thomas Uyan, manager in the subjects taken up for extendMr. S. Ji TIchenor is in St. Louis, Accord-in- n of a large downtown bookshop. Men Can Outtlilnk Women, ed discussion at today's cabinet meet- purchasing his fall stock of dry goods. "Tho majority of books aro on ing, which was ono of tho briefest to Figures Of Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Craddock and scientific or historical subjects." ho sessions in some months, it was un- family Public Library. Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is have Just returned from a vissaid. "Essays and biographical books derstood that some reference was it with relatives in Warren County. essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news n also aro in demanl. By A. J. Lorcnz. i mado to tho status of tho govern- Miss Lillian Tichenor spent Suni UUOBB uru J" ..u.ua.m mua i.-- ment.g njunctlon jn vlow of an of- - day with relatives at Point Pleasant. matter.first consideration. Chicago, Sept. 10. Men are more't m flcial statement that a modification studious than women. Reading tho. """ "The most popular books ot the ' Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington- - and ,he tompdrary ordor woum not bo Tho Jeweler showed the customer morning paper at breakfast Is not past month, Judged by their sale aro d when tho case was caned In an eight-da- y clock which ho explainrudeness on the part of the Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. James Harvey Robinson's "Mind in nhlcaco. Mondav. ed would run eight days without American "pater famlllas." It's his an liuons nifiorj The cabinet was said to have winding. hunger for brain f,ood being given a tno iwaKing, With important legislation coming before Congress Mankind;" Wells' "Outline of His- discussed briefly also the coal n, "For the lovo of MIko" tho customBtlmulus In the form of a news ap- of and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jotory," and Thompson's "Outline of an administration spokesman er exclaimed, "how long would sho petizer. Science." urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. later expressing confidence that tho run It you wound her?" With such weighty arguments and house and senate conferees would apologies does tho Chicago Public It your child is pale and sickly, agree quickly on legislation designatLibrary defend tho American man. picks at the nose, starts In the slesp ed to cope with the present situation. In tho refsrenco room, where most and grinds tho By special arrangements we are now able to offer teeth while sleeping, Prssldent Harding it was stated, of tho "lyjavy reading" is done, men It is a sure sign ot worms. A remeone, is particularly concerned with the outnumber tho womon three to THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L dy for these parasites will bo found setting up of machinery for ascernccordlng to tho librarian's report In White's Cream Vermifuge. It not for tho past month. The reference only clears out the worms, but it re- taining facts about tho coal industry. president, it was stated, beloved show that 7,139 men room figures stores health and cheerfulness. Price The THE REPUBLICAN requestloned books, while only 2,707 3Cc per bottle. Sold by Ohio County that establishment of a advantago ofthe priv"would be a great procommission women took Both ono 3 ear, by mall, for only 95.75. Drug Company. in gressive stop," and would prove to bo ilege. Hopo forHho millions ot unfortumost Important in preventing futuro These figures are taken to b9 This offer applies to renewals as woll as now subscriptions, but 100 SIGN CpXTlUCT in both tho nate men and women who are vicsuspension of work as summertime is a severe only to people living in Kentucky, Tennesseo or Indiana. Now subtims of stomach trouble is sounded and anthracite fields. test. Only a few of tho men are colCloverport, Ky., Sept. 13 Tho bituminous scriptions may. if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will by Wm. J.Mulhall, 2080 W. 91st St., lege- students, wnereas in winter the third of the series of plcnl03 for tho date from expiration of present ones. Cleveland, Ohio. Mr, Mulhall was Tho Best Advertisement. figures double. Breckinridge in tobacco growers Tho best advortlsoment any mer- -' a victim of stomach trouble in its If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Knowledge. Seeks Business county was held hero, Hon. Rouben Is a satisfied cus worst form. but completely restored Louisville Times for The Courter-Journa- l. "Many of tho men aro young fel- Otfutt, of Georgetown, delivered a chant canfcfjiavo He greater recommendation his health by taking Tanlac. Send or bring your orders to tkls office. lows Interested In sonio phase of most effectlvo speech, after which tomer. Np fol. say 8: business," 'the reference room attend- one hundred growers signed tho con- can. bo given an article than the lowing by E. B. Mllburn, Prop., Gulon "My stomach went wrong ton years ant remarked. tract. The crowd began gathering man, however, has been com- by 8:30 o'clock and at 11:30 a gen- Drug Store, Gulon, Ark. "We have ago, and I got to tho point where I "Ono Chamberlain's Cough Remedy could hardly eat anything. My nerves ing hero dally, for six months, read- eral invitation was given to all to soldyears and havo always found that were in bad shape and I had rheupractically nothing but books on partake of the spjendld barbecue din- for ing m matism in my right shoulder which combined with good feed and care, homo of tho breotler than to buy It gives perfect satisfaction."' writing ner, Russia. I believe he intends in pome exceptionally fitted animals at fairs. Anlualx the serving ot this being in m ached and pained me for two years. have resulted well-fittewell-bre- d d a book of his own." charge of tho women of tho Clover-po- rt animals. and that havo beon prepared for exhibinUIlLKY GROWERS A friend of mine finally put me on srifinco and history, with a sprink Civic League Tho menu conIn encouraging farmers to take ad- tion usually aro priced higher tii to Tanlac, and now I feel just like ling of occult reading, hold the chief sisted ot barbecued meats, bread, povantage of the opportunities which, unfitted ones of similar quality an Glasgow, Ky., Sept. 13. The bur-le- y a brand new man." interest of men habitues of the read- tatoes, pickles, coffee and applo plo. k exhibits givofor breeding, growers ot this county have been Undigested food ferments In the fairs and busiing room. There's tho retired Two thousand people ate and there so k and observing improved well pleasqd with their organi- stomach and soon the entire system ness man, tho professor, tho student, was plenty for all. NINETY YEARS OLD.' way It has handled is filled ."with poisons. Tanlac was poultry the Department of Agriculzation, and tho very few the ambitious clerk and a strangand sold the 101 crop,2 that they designed to restore tho stomach to ture places emphasis on the following Despondency. ,bunvs.M The lattor aro not Madisonvlllo, Ky., Sept. 13. After displays afford an want to help perfect the dark to- a healthy condition and build up the points: Live-stoc- k ers to good reading. onnortunlty to study breeds and ' a meeting hold at Dalton in the In Many whole body. Millions everywboro Derelicts Read Bible Sufferers from indigestion are apt bacco growers organization. types and to seo a largo number ot terest of tho Dark Tobacco G rovpopular hook ot tho to becomo discouraged and feel that ot tho growers' ot burley tobacco in have acclaimed its wonderful power. good animals. In the case ot meat ers I'Tho most Association enlibrarian complete rocovery Is not to be hop- this county, alao grow some dark to- Got a bottle today. tho derelicts is the Bible," Encyclopedia animals the size, conformation, and thusiasm ran high, and after the Tanlac is sold by all good druged for. No one could make a great- bacco and these do not have to be said "Then comes tho uniformity are worthy of special stu- speaking tho growers, large aa solicited to sign up, proving their gists. Britannlca, history and poetry in tho er mistake. Hundreds .have been dy in vlow of Increasing tendency to small, landlord and, tenant, bgaa tu permanently cured by taking Cham- faith by tljelr works. order named." stock sign tho contract. i ralbe purebred and high-grad- e But at a recent meeting of tho bur-- EXCELLENT CHANCE AT FAIRS long room, berlain's Tablets and can now Ono ot tho first to sign1 was J. A. A few tables down tho as market animals as well as for folTO STUDY GOOD LIVE STOCK lights, eat anything that they crave. These ley growers of this county, the Qulnn, ot Dalton, yho pooloi hlit bent under tho green shaded breeding. 'sat a roador, classified by tho at- tablets strengthen tho stomach and lowing rosolutlon was passed: half of a five-acr- e crop. Mr.' Qjalnn disk attending Farmers, Exhibits ot Improved llvo stock and "The Dark Tobacco Growers Co enable it to perform Its junctions nais said to bo ninety years old, bat Han tendant as a "bum." books turally. If you have not tried them operative Marketing Association as poultry at county and State fairs this plays obtain useful information by signed "Ho Just asked for our beet Bar-'ye- ar promise to be unusually interest-ro- n meeting othora who are interested in !smoky his contract br the aid of v. . m suredly ottors to tho farmers of do so at once. lamp without wearing glasses. on poetry," sho satd. '. and othor counties a means of Ing, according to Information recoly- - superior breeding and feeding methdesire Boys, too, share their eldus' J. Wt .Nisbet, former president ot Besides the ideas exchanged "How did you manage to keep peo- obt'alnlng a fair and atablo living ed by the U. S. Department of Agrk ods. knowledge, in tho sarao propor tho Hopkins County Poultry assoplo from walking on your new lawn prlco each year for their tobacco, culture from many sources. In prac- and information gained, new enthuto ono over tho girls tion of three the work ia a common re- ciation, has been drafted tor'servfcn ev- - until It attained such growth?" thereby bettering their condition and tically all parts of tho country excel- siasm for Tninrest in fiction, however, 1b k exhibits are to be at- sult. Animals a,nd. poultry may bo dutlng September. Mr. Nisbet hat. "Morcly by studying the traits of raising the standard ot living ma- lent divided between men and women oniv been an ardent supporter ot the Sa-p-lro human nature. I put up a sign terially, be it resolved, that we, as tractive features of fairs, The at- purchased at most fairs, though as & .r,,inir to library report- plan from the firet. He vHI for a . ,v, JM ra not the only Index which read; "Keep off the cement members ot tho Burley Tobacco Grow. tention 'which breeders and farmers rule it 'is m,oro satisfactory at tho, give his entire time to tbVworx. to purchase animals Marketing AifSorta- - have been giving to good live stock, farmer knowl- - walk; it hasn't hardened. " era. to tho Increased yearning tor 1ufc I I I ; ." il, One Year of Republican Rule Shows Tremendous Savings OPTIMISTIC VIEW OF CASTORIA Genuine Castoria 'ffiXI ..........i -- Mothers Know That "J "ent Signature of con-slo- M In I ;.... ".."' two-third- . p, 1 fT ii Use , j For Over Is i fill .,,..' I fm CASTOR! Thirty Years , he; j I I Which Daily Paper? Con-cres- iost The Courier Journal negotla-tlons'betwe- en I 6ir ii ' Non-fictio- i . I fact-findi- From Stomach Trouble I , -- live-stoc- live-stoc- live-stoc- fr llvo-stoc- T,1 """ The Hartford JURTFOKI) Republican COMPANY -- (By I. D. Claire) I don't know whoso fault it Is, but Incorporated it wna a bad business move to hold and the Hartford fair Nomo, Alaska, Au- the State fair Advices from W. 8. TINSLE1', Editor on conflicting dates. It will have gust 29, to The Associated Press, and Business Manager. result of reducing were' that Captain Amundsea had the unfortunate both fairs, the attendance at abandoned definitely for this year , Entered according to law at the his plan to fly over tho Pole, believKy., as mall Fostoffico, Hartford, An Ignorant head and a m an ing the season was too far advanced 7atter of thd second class. heart hold commerce and tho io permit of success. is Intolerence. In tho Arctic off Ico conditions .. "' .ddrbss. all communications to Northern Alaskan coast wore declar;Jho Uortford Republican. new gowns of the smart set The ed to bo the worst In many years. attending the State fair Is the first Captain Amundsen's ship, Tho Maud, NOTICE TO tiUBSCRIBEIlS 1 evidence that woman's dress has unkoprihurQ ?iiiirin? the naner sent was last reported to bo frozen In the started on the downward trend to"o a new address must give the old Ice near Wrangcll Island. ward normalcy. Wtess in mftKing we request. . Tiiioliia and Notices J.0 e WASHINGTON . n II m 9rm a tit a A k. . When Buddy McPheag rounded Inwvu lino, anui ou yer jto jv. a Pir Insertion. ap to tho curb In front of the Union deRev. Jaggers fllie4 his regular UDUUaneS, KCSOlUllons uu varus pot last night and asked nje to take Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for hiblntmeiit here Sunday. tt head line and slgnautre, money Mnttnr Rmpt filnrence. ftnd little a Jaunt in his PierceArrow I said, ach In tho name of goodf aAvnncn. virni Edna Vivian NftWComb. of this "Buddy, how "Notices for services free Vicln'Uyt spent Saturday night and ness enmo you to buy such an expenjut other advertisements, 16 per Sunday with tneir auiu, j.uru. uuaaw sive car?" "It was all ono what wora. will patton and Mr. Patton, of near Taffy. I bought, as I wns having it booked Anonymous c,otnmunIcaUohB replied, so. rcolve rib attention. Mr. Delbcrt Newcomb, who has on January account," ho It Evansvljlc, Ind., returned Sat- - berly, and continued," Why, slncj ben In IeLephone got noised abroad that I had strong nrday. 69 place In the prohibifarmers Mutual Mrs. Hallle Hicks and little daugh- backing for a tion enforcement, service, salesmen, ter Mnrv Marie, of this vicinity, agents and promoters have deluged . .SEPTEMBER 15 spent Saturday with Mrs. Albert Rial, KIHIUY.. ma with offers of credit, and I of Hartford. and little would not be surprised any day for Mrs. Cllffie Hendricks It is said that hundreds of chil- son, Wm. Riley, who have been visit- Wlblo Mapother to approach me with kindergarten age were turn& dren of ing relatives at Bowling Groan, for an offer to sell me the Louisville ed away from schools of Louisville, some time, returned to their home in Nashville railroad system on the Inon account of lack of facilities for stallment plan." community, last week. taking care of them. The City re- this cently had, a toud issue of $1,000,-G0After many months of serving cirMr. and Mrs. Marvin Black of but with that apparent huge sum Owensboro, were In Hartford, yester- cuit court processes In n city of the claim a made that the City needs day. three hundred thousand people, I 3,250,000. begin to understand why God said The local .graded and high school It had repented Him that He had From the amount of discord, ac- is to recess today, giving the pupils made man) cusations and what not, afloat over an opportunity to attend tho fair. the location of the new State NorIt may have, been all right In mal Schools, It seems that we should HOME COMING Joshua's day to have the sun stand have had them several years ago. It still while he licked the Philistines is an easy matter to make shady acHome Coming but If old Sol was to hang up longAn majority cusations and in the great and Roll Call wll be held at tho Mt. er than usual nowadays we'd be too of Instances matters are made no bet- Peasant Baptist Church, at Fords- - blamed scared to think about fight-In- .' ter by them. vllle, on Sunday, September 17, This will be the Eighth Annual Home The grand Jury investigating the Coming of this Church, and all the Mnlcom Bayley, the versatile ediHerrln Massacre, to date, seems to present membership and all former tor of the Mills Point to Big Sandy "hove been thorough in the work bemembers are cordially invited and column in the Louisville Times, apfore it. Altogether 58 have been in- earnesty requested to be present propriates these paragraphs and gets dicted for murder and rioting. The The following program will be pay for 'em, the Republican gets crejury is to resume Its investigation rendered: dit for 'em,' and here I am writing Monday, September 18. If it makes Sunday School, 9:45. thinkin' of strikin.' as good headway in the coming sesSong Service, 10.45. final trial is sion and the, court of Preaching by Pastor A. N. Morris Maine with its Ssptember election .as thorough, convictions of guilty par- 11:00. is looked to a a barometer to the ties may be expected. Dinner In tho grove, 12:00. rest of the country In November, and Roll call at 2:00. Come and have this year, as usual, both parties are We do not balieve in gambling or your name recorded In the Church gleefully rejoicing over what hapgambling devices. In a measure the being present at thte Roll pened in Maine. V spirit cultivated has a tendency to minutes as I of clttzen-Bhl- p. Call. lead to a lower standard 2:30 Talks by any one who may When the coal operators appear at It Is true that quite a few In- wish to talk. the Great Gate I hope St. Peter will for, as they dulge In games of chancs, 3:00 A report of how many have' not require them to produce their say, excitement, iSut most generally prospect of read the Bible through since our last books for the fall business of the year It is purely with the Roll Call. There wero36 who promisprofiting In the loss of the other par- ed to read the Bible thru during the 22. something for ty, that desire to gain Mr. Dick Williamson, who former year. Their names will be recorded nothing. No sane person would wa- separately. ly attended High school here, but now ger when he was reasonably certain AH members Tire expected to bring of Greenville, and his brother, Tom that ho was to lose. What we have dinner enough to prdvide for all who Williamson, will leave the first of in mind is the character of devices come. next week for Lexington, to enter usually found at the average Counthe University of Kentucky. Visitors welcome. ty fair, and, almost all state fairs for that matter. Large numbers attend, especially fairs In the rural sections with the expectation of seeing a lot of wheels of fortune and scores of other such contrivances In operation and entirely too many patrons are always grouped about. In an effort to beat the other fellow's game, a mnttpr Imnnsslble. as ID he operated a machine with chances against hlmf he would have to quit business, In fact ho is not going to embark in a business of chance wherein the odds aro not against those who play his game. It Is physically Impossible for the average player to win, the machine is not constructed with that purpose in view. There are hundreds though who attend rural fairs who eeek out all kinds of gaming devises I and If not found they call the fair -The 1923 It seems that with a lot of a fllure, injcople it takes all of these things, In beauty of appearance, dependability and economy of operation Touring has established the Buick cluding a bunch of cheap shows thnt cars. an entirely new standard for we would not wish our pastor to catch Its low body with its clean, straight lines, accentuated by the leaving, to make up a good counus high radiator and straight hood, give it a long, racy appearance ty fair. It appears that a lot of that Is new to cars of its class. Massive crown fenders odd to go to fairs to bo humbugged, shapely top and the handpeople this distinction, as do the head and cowl lamps. some drum-typ- e Ibey are disappointed If hey fall to And with, this beauty has come a new riding comfort. The seats Iiave a chance to try thoir powers of are deep and low with full leg room In both compartments. The lumbuggery on the other fellow. It steering column has been chanced in position to increase driving they ought to sometimes seems, that case and the gear shift lever has been raised to meet the driver's be permitted to take the bars down. hand. A transmission lock, a windshield adjustable from the in- speedometer likewise are among side, and a transmission-drive- n Hut 'gaming is gaming and there can the many new refinements of this model. but one sldo to the question.. bo Material changes also have been made in motor, chassis, and body construction which contribute still further to the wonderful per- AMUNDSEN CROSSES - formance record characteristic of Buick cars for twenty years. POLE, RELIEF NORTH The Dutch lint for 1013 comprint fourteen modtlt: Pours 8 Pott. Roadster, SS65;S Poet. Touring, 9S85; Copenhagen, Sept. 12. It is gen3 Pais. Coupe, SI 175; 5 Pats. Sedan, S1S05; 6 Pan. erally beteved here that Capt. Ronald Touring Sedan, 913S5. Sixes S Pass. Roadster, U7S; 6Pass.Touring,tlt05;B Pass. Touring Sedan, 91935; Amundsen, Norwegian explorer PIIIKI'INQ birth-monster 1- Published Weekly by an urgent relief expedition, to pick nn Pn Amnnrlflpn It Is reported that the expedition headed by nn explorer friend of Captain Hansen will leave hero October 1 on the steamship Hans Egedg. j I BEADS ODDLY STRUNG FAIR WEEK SPECIALS! Don't Miss Them Star Theatre HARTFORD, KY, :Jirch Friday, September 1 5 - 0, "THE EDGE OF YOUTH" Cast. An All-StAlso a Harold Lloyd Comedy. ar V Saturday, Sept. 1 6th "QUEEN O' Te TURF" Featuring Brownie Vernon. Mr. Movie You've'been sweating for genuine winners Fan sure-fir- e YouVe Got One Here ii Queen 0' 15he Turf M Here's a turf drama that will knock the public for a goal. With all the smash and tingle of the vividest melodrama, with all the.thrill of the race track on derby day, with all the hurrah of thousands of frenzied spectators whooping it up in the towering stands as a field of thoroughbreds go clattering doyn the home stretch, "Queen o' the Turf" is THE GOODS. For drama the big race scene is a whale and a knockout combined. It has the color and dramatic smash of the memorable "Checkers" the great racing stage hit of the last de cade. The race scene has been voted "a ma rvelous reproduction of a horse race" by a jury of the most noted turf authorities in the world, who sat in judgment of the picture. Calloused as these experts are, they gave way to their enthusiasm by shouting and applauding. . are any number of other big dramatic incidents. The desperate And there flight by aerop.lane of the heroine from her father's country estate to the side of her wounded brother in a hospital. dash in an automobile from the hospital to the race track Her break-nec- k where she arrives in the nick of time to don her silks, climb into the saddle and ride the most courageous race a girl ever rode. The colorful and picturesque scenes preliminary to the big race. The confusion of the betting ring, milling with betters among whom thousands of dollars change hands. The weighing in of the jockeys an engrossing glimpse of the "inside" of the great racing plant. The paddock where the sleek thoroughbreds are given the last minute touches of preparation. Marvelous shots of the towering grandstands packed to the bulging point with excitedjhumanity. And then the RACE ITSELF and THE DEAD HEAT FINISH. Boy, it's a baby doll ! high-powered A "Four" That Sets A New Standard BuickFour Touring four-cylind- 885 er snug-fittin- g, dy has undertaken his daring llight across the North Pole from TJnrthern Alaska. ThlB bollsf is strengthened further by tha fact that tho Norwegian Government has asked tho Danish explorer, Capt. Gottfried Hansen, to ,i.iflWnkn a relief expedition. Captain Hansen, who Is buty oiit n echemo for the exploration o, of Western ureemanu unaVlo('to accede to the request but is 'omybTBlzes iho necessity of sending 6 Pass. Sedan, $1085; 4 Pass. Coupe, 91805; 7-- Pass. Touring. 9H35: 7 Past. Sedan, 92105; Sport Roadster, 916S5; Sport Touring, 91675. Prices J. o. b. Elint. Ask about the G.il.A. C. Pnrchast Plan, vhieh provide! jor uejerrea raymerui. Jf ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. 111 ui fc When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them M Friday night doors open 7:15. Show Begins 7:45. Two shows Saturday night. First show, doors open G:45, show begins 7:15; Sepond show begins 9:00. Admission to eagh show 20c. i Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism. Hon. A. S. lioniutt, of Louisville, guest of his fathwas the week-en- d er, W. G. Hchnott, city. Mr. and Mrs. lllnfon Leach nro among tlioso from Hartford nt'endlng the Stnto Fair at Loulsvll'e. COOPER BRO.'S Fall Millinery Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry I.cacli, city, went to Louisville Tuesday morning, whero they woro In attendance at the State Fair, until yesterday. Miss Versla Nowcomb returned to Hartford Wednesday of last week, after spending two weeks with Mrs. Captolla FIsk, of Evnnsville, Ind. Messrs. Estill Park and Ray Fort-noof Central City, will arrivo In Hnrtford tonight, to spond tho weekend with Dr. and Mrs. J..B. Tappan. Mr. Leonard Baker, of Taylor Minos, will leave tho first of next week, for Lexington, where he will bo a freshman In tho University of Kentucky. Miss Lolla Glonn, of tho Central City High School, together with lit-tl- o Miss Anna Francis Perkins, spent with Miss Glenn's partho wek-en- d ents, city. Mr. Powell Tlchenor, of the Central Grove country, will leave Sunday, for Lexington, to resume his studies in the University of Kentucky, of which ho is a junior. Messrs. Marshall Barnes, Beaver Dam, and Willie Maddox, McHenry, will leave tho first ofnext week for Lexington, to takovup their Junior year, in the University of Kontucky. Miss Martha Caroline Pate, city, will leave Monday for Lexington, to resume her studies. In the College of Arts and Science, at the University of Kentucky, of which she Is y, Fall Showing OF M X1 A I BTiirn V TV M )j Ff MILLINERY be on display any time you wish to see it. Don't fail to see our large and complete line of Millinery. It's open for your inspection, and if you want any information in regard to Millinery, Miss Mary Beeler, who is capable and always glad to help you, will show you through. Will The most complete line of Fall Millinery that it has 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 this department. Coats and Coat Suits $7.50 to $35.00 , $12.50 to $45.50 Coat Suits $7.50, $12.50, $18.00 to $50.00 Ladies' Coats Glad to see you whefher you purchase or not. Competent, courteous salespeople to suggest or help you in any way possible. One piece Dresses We Have Our Store Full of New Merchandise for Fall Such as Dress Goods of all kinds from the cheapest up. We e carry a full line of Coat Suits and Dresses, $15.00 to $50.00. Men's and Bays0 Clothing, Hats and Caps, Shoes, etc. We handle the national advertised line of Hart, Schaffner & Marx Clothes and Florsheim Shoes for men, the Queen Quality Shoe for women, and Billiken Shoe for children, so come and give our store a look and be convinced that this is the place to trade. i one-pieci Why yet, a magnificent display. new weaves and autumn shades. Come in all the ' 1 2&z&Co, The Hartford Republican P"yto,saHci at an Dealers. Judge Bingham hasdone more for organizing the tobacco growers of Kentucky than any other man within tho State. Hear him on cooperative marketing, Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Waiter Parks and little daughter, Eunice, city, motor ed to Louisville yesterday; where they will attend the State Fair the remainder of tho week. TJiey will re' turn Sunday. 'Mr. Louis Fulkerson, city spent Detroit, - the first of last week in Mr. Virgil A. Matthews of FordsMichigan, visiting relatives and inciSEPTEMBER 15 K1UDAY wafl n tQWn M(jndaJ. vl0 dentally returning with an automo:l bile for Acton Bros., with whom he Hear Judge It. W. Ulngham at is associated. the Courthouse Tuesday, at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. D. S. Bennett and little daughter, Hazel, left this morning ELPERBOlOcents.. QROWEIIS TOBACCO Hear for Central City, where they will reLITTLE PERKINS 5cts. Judge Bingham Tuesday aftercron, main until Sunday, the guests of At The Best Stands. next, nt the courthouse. their daughter and sister, Mrs. Noble Yours for Quality, SMOKE COOPER BR.OS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Balrd and Mr. Balrd. Mr. Dick Williamson, of Greenville, ' sn,nt Monday and Tuesday In thl Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton Leach, who PERSONAL NEWS guest-0nd Mr8Jno- - for some time had rooms In tho home !,h Mrtf AND SOCIAL EVENTS of Mrs. Emma Acton, oh Clay Street, have taken rooms In the homo of Mrs. Thyto Sallcl for tho Liver. The Star Thoatro Is putting on Maggie Griffin, on Center Street, and some extra special shows tonight and moved Into same Monday. Phyto Sallcl for tho Blood. tomorrow night. They will bo worth your money. Mr. F. L. Balcher. city, took his May, to little-- daughter, Nellie Judge Bingham at the Courthouse, Best quality Hyo and Ttmothr seed, Owonsboro, Monday, whero she unTuesday, 1:30, p. m. Turnip seed In bulk. derwent an operation for the reW. E. ELLIS & BRO., moval of her tonsils at the City HosBale-tieBarbed Wire and Fiold Hartford, Ky. pital. They returned Tuesday night. Ftnce. See W. E. ELLIS & WIO., lOtt 10tf Hartford, Ky. and ltttlo Mrs. Sidney Williams and little Mrs. Robert Bonnett daughter, of Chrlsman, 111., are vis daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, city, reCures Mularln, Chills, Fev- iting In Hartford, Beaver turned to their home here Wedneser Ulllou Fever, Colds and Dam, relatives " day night from Luzerne, wllajo they and vicinity. 00t20t LaGrippo. had been since Sunday, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Leach, Boa- - Mrs. Williams' parents, Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. J. C. RIloy, city, went to vor Damt Route 3, were guests of Mr, S. R. Hall. last Saturday, to spend a and Mrs. G. P. Jones, city, Saturday week with relatives. Mr, E. P. Foreman, city, went to night and Sunday. Ashley, 111., Monday, to visit his MessrB. Dennio and Claude Allun, Mr. and Mrs. Jos C. Bennett, city, daughter, Mrs. Randall Watterson, guests of their and Mr. Watterson, and to assist Centertown, Route 2, were callers; were the week-en- d at this offico Monday. daughter, Mrs. L. E. Everley and Mr. them In packing their furniture, prei Evorloy, paratory to their moving to Steuben-vlll- e, of Matanzas. Ohio. Mr. L. L. Leach and little son, Mr. Harry N. Bonnett of Beau- Sherrell, city, attended the State Fair 7.' ', , I mont, Teias, arrived in Hartford last Mr. F. L. Felix of Miami, Florida, at Louisville, Wednesday. week-en- d to visit his parents, Mr. and and' son, Major D. D. Felix, of Washington, D. 0., arrived In Hartford Every tobacco grower In Ohio Mre. JameB C. Bennett. , Monday to spend a few days with County, ought to hear Judge Bingham j Miss Mao Smith, who is teaching friends. Mr. Follx loft yesterday at the Courthouse. c Tuesday 'school at Herbert, will spend the for Louisvlllo to Join Mrs. Felix, who week-en- d with her parents, Mr. and is visiting relatives in that city. ' Miss Margaret Williamson, of Cenand Mrs. W. D. Smith city. tertown, spent Saturday night Word has been received in this Sunday with Miss Amelia Pirtlo, city. Mr. Erwjta Casebier, of Beaver city, announcing the arrival of a flue Dam, will leave the first of next week bnby girl In the home of Mr. and Mr. Ellis King, city, is tho guest Louisville, for Georgetown, to resumed studies Mrs. B. M, Tanner, of Portsmouth, ' of Mr. Edward Fojrd;"of in the Georgetown Colloge. Ohio. Tho llttlo lady was christenthis week, and is attending the Stato ed Mary Jane. Mrs. Tanner was, beFair. LOST Bunch of Keys on Beaver fore her marriage, Miss Mary Beau, Dam and Horton 'road, near Iron of this city. Mrs. Cornelia Tatum, city, is Fred and Gi- bridge. $5.00 reward. Notify Ring her sons, Messrs. H. J. BOYD, s. Sheriff and Mrs. Q. A. Ralph, lbert Taturo, and families, of Martwlck, Ky, 3t daughters Miss Ernestyne and llttlo sons Miss Martha Elizabeth, STRAYED Dark red cow, about Moody, Herbert and James Arthur, and lot on FOR SALE House Short horn on right city, motored to Hawesvllle Sunday. s, bIx years old. .Mulberry Street, Hartford, tw0 They were accompanied home by Mrs. convenient, in good side." Finder notify 7 rooms; GEORGE FLATT, Elizabeth Johnson, who will remain can be bad at a bargain. reps.tr and McHenry, Ky. llt2p their guest for some time. See W. J. BEAN, Hartford. ( s, Waking 20 Years of Racing Serve tar Owners Joaay the early days of automobile Barney Oldfield out to win every race studied tires. His consistent success led other drivers to ask for tires constructed to his specifications. Twenty years of road and track victories with a steady and increasing demand for tires as he built them convinced Barney Oldfield that these speed tests pointed the way to a better tire for everyday use. The enthusiastic reception of Old-fieCords by the public proved he was right. Scores of the most prominent dealers in the country and many .thousands of car owners, experienced in the use of tires bear witness by their decided preference that Oldfield is doing a bigger and better job of tire making. This volume, handled in an effective way in every phase of manufac IN 666 ture and distribution, has resulted in price quotations far below what you'd expect on tires known to be better built and more enduring. Practically every important race event for three years has been won on Oldfields. The Wichita Test Run in which an entire set of Oldfield Cords covered 34,525 miles on rough roads proves the mettle of the Most Trustworthy Tires Built in everyday driving. ' ld I factstalk to him. The Master 'Driver and Tire Builder has given the public a new standard of tire wear and tire cost a true economy that every car owner should know about. Your Oldfield dealer has these Mil I II Ill III nfc The Most Trustworthy Tires Built ( X Sim-mot- f t uHif yi infr al sto-'rle- It3 5 BIBLE THOUGHTS all except tho public paying for it. a--m i. $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper For This Week mcmortttfl. In wCl rmM after yean. m 111 DIM prtalea hriUff ThrmffhtA U Washington Post Tho only sure way for any congress to raako good The Hartford Republican has made a special FREE PROM WANT: The Lord is to have tho people make good nom is ray shepherd; I shall not want. clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial inations. Psalm 23:1. Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one steps of a good Steps: Safe The Cleveland Plnln Dealer Tho Uni year for the low price of man aro ordered by the Lord: and he versity of Wisconsin to have dollghteth In his wny. Psalm 37:23. stadium seating 63,000 ispersons. Col- a PRAYER FOR WISDOM: So leges of tho futuro will start with a teach us to number our days, that wo stadium, and let -- ANDthe academic buildJu ". may apply our hearts unto wisdom. ings grow up around It. Psalm 90:12. HAVE ALL GOOD: Tho young Ooston Herald Noticed how tho The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest lions do lack, nnd suffer hunger; but foxy llttlo ouejn board went out of they that seek the Lord shall not vogue as soon as theeo coal and rail and best papers in the South and we hope to receive want any good thing. Psalm 34:10. problems edged in? many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and SPEAK THE GOOD WORD: Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. 6 seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in Heaviness in tho heart of man nin tBrattlcboro Reformer The men eeth it stoop; but a good word maketh your subscription now. Don't delay. who think women can't be trusted to 1A - . it glad. Proverbs 12:25. drive automobiles aro usually willing NOT MEAT AND DRINK: For to let them nssume the risks of opt ' tho kingdom of Qod is not meat and crating the oil or gasoline stove. drink but righteousness, and peace, and joy in tho Holy Ghost. Rom. 14, Columbia Record There will be early appearing larvae wero able to 1 17. fl 3 plenty of dandelion wine mado next complete their growth fully without ' I M ETERNAL PROTECTION: The year, the prohibition commissioner entering tho grapa berries. At Paw 3 Lord shall preserve thy going out having decreed that to make it is il Paw, Mich., bud clusters infested with khe comA metropolitan daily paper that contains a and thy coming in from this timo legal. midge, not pretho grape-blossoforth, and oven for evermore Psalm plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. viously observed In that section, 121:S.- State news from correspondents in all parts of KenPittsburgh Gazette-Time- s A liv- wero reported on the Sth of June. Succeed when everything else hiK 1 tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news ing wago must Include an earned THE MAKRIAtiE PROBLEM But wo are Possible Employer wage, though not much is said about of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, MarvcuV.ncsst they oie the supfcinr slack ourselves. If I found you anythe latter. f.vr.tCy, ai thousands have Icallfiej, ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliataking work long did your thing to do it would be Bachelor How ?OR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ble authorities on these special subjects. last? First Woman How do you like from my own men. STOMACH TROUBLE I should do Applicant Tho llttlo Benedict Oh, Just like tho other our new neighbor? Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with I: U the licit medicir.3 err o!6 moons, it faded away on- - the last wouldn't 'arm nobody, guv'nor. over n druggln 'a counter. 9j Second Ditto I never saw such an a daily newspaper that interests every member of quarter. ignorant person as she is. She can't family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you the A Levenworth farmer wroto to a talk about anything but painting, alls my want in addition to your local paper. He (indignantly) You married books, and music. She doesn't know poultry Journal: "What hens? Every morning I find two or mo for my money! a word of gossip about anybody. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to threo under tho porch with their Well, dear, what Boston Transcript. She (sweetly) your remittance. toes curled up, never to rlso again I MyMHBrTKJaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai umcugu news, eiHO nuu jou.' Tho editor replied: "Your hens an Order your subscription through deadt"-- ' Kansas City Journal. "First Villager Hello, Aaron! Hear THE REPUBLICAN, FOR FLETCHER'S you got married." What kind of a J.V match did you make? Hartford, Ky. Second Villager Well, I didn't do FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Duoolved fc water for douche itopr Sea Captain (to ono of many leanas well as I expected; butto icll you Ohio County pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd .the truth, I don't think she did ing over ship rail) Weak stomach, Recommended by Lydio E. my lad? rinkham Med. Co. for ten year. afternoon between the American Le either. A healing yi onJer for nawj catarrh, Boy (nervously) Why, ain't I AMERICAN LEGION gion team and the Yokohoma Country CIRCUIT COURT tore throat and lore eye GconoiticaL It ns far as the rest of them? NEWS HAPPENINGS and the Athletic club. Not bad for Wife Douglas, if we were both cleumo anj tmZMkl tm, Meets first Monday in March, May Hu ;tonii,nr 50c ill dni.iUtt. M tier.;! Sartyia free again would you choose me to a country which took baseball by tniL ipioTMoPMV.nioa.MMt. y "The color gradually left her and July; third Monday In September be your wife? and fourth Monday in November: A half dozen years ago baseball adoption. Hubby Now, what do you want to cheeks." Since the armistice thousands of outbox scores were almost unknown "Was sho badly frightened nbout titlgc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro, start a quarrel for Just as everything Cotn'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, r side the American newspaper field Americans have learned to call is going pleasantly? something?" a second home. The Paris to France devoted Calhoun. .and those magazines "No, no; it came off on my coat." sports. Major l;ague teams visited post of the Legion is the center Clerk Frank Black. Flo According to the higher theo Master ConunIIoncr B. H. Ellis foreign countries and showed the around which most of tho social and logians, Adam was merely hypnotized uuaaiiff tfjunan!.:nii:i!i:i game off. Like some vaccinations athletic activities of the Americans at the time of his marrltge. Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor 1t didn't take, The European and in the French capital whirl. A league COUNTY COURT u-QUESTIONS Joe Why pick on Adam? vOriental countries were slow to take Is in full sway there with American t Convenes first Monday in each and Bible Answers teams as'members. Exhibition games ,up baseball before the war. Now, When you have an achey, stretchy month: If Parent wttl cntouriffe children to look nn however, hardly a country but has with teams made up of French vete feeling and you are dull, tired and anu memorize iim moi Aiuwrn, it win pror Judge R. R. Wedding. a m priceless henugo to them ta after yera. are played often. The French its baseball teams. The men who rans discouraged It Is a sign of approachnuriLiitiftS County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. 1917 and 1918 mix- have taken to the pastime enthusias- ing malaria or chills. You should act went overseas in Clerk Guy Ranney. tically. ed with the young men of a dozen quickly to ward off an attack. Her-bln- e Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies. To further spread the knowledge allied soldiers saw Why can tho child of God feel countries. These offers you tho help you need. It Mack Cook, Iris Render, George under all circumstances. Deut. for the first time real amateur base- of baseball, tho Paris Legion team destroys the malarial germ, drives P. Jones. challenged a London, Eng post of ball and it did take. out all Impurities and makes you feel 33:27. 1 aHL Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe (M Fas.ianeJ What reward do those receive. who When the war ended three or four the British Legion, the organization bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price y of English which corres 60c. Sold by Ohio County QUARTERLY COURT Reaedy for Werai million young men took off their Drug walk not after the flesh, but after Seven ty.fiVeyeart continuniform's and started looking for ponds to the American Legion and of Company. Convenes first Monday in each month m tho Spirit? Romans 8:1. uous um the best triti. How do nil things work together a Job. Somo of them have gone far, which Sir Douglas Haig is the presiFISCAL COURT social TRET'S VEKMIfUCE men for those that love God? Romans 8, to Turkey, Japan, China, South Am- dent. The English can offer you. NEWSPAPER VIEWS got wired back a reply which takes the Keep 28. Convenes Tuesday after first bottle alwaya on erica and other countries. They hand. It will help keep What Is the prayer of the penitent? first Tuesday in ( In January; tho Jobs and for tho first time bad wind out of the sails of those who Washington Post Largo oil wells the little ones healthy April and October, R. R. Weddlrfg Psalm 51:1-3- . something in common, these world think tho English don't know a Joke. have been discovered in tho Gulf of and happy. Is tho Joy of the ransomed? County Judfli, presiding. They were war veterans They accepted the American's athletic SOcabottle What travelers. trout druftM'i or defy but on tho condition that it be Mexico, which will ruin a lot more tcnel toie; or if your detlet --and therefore eligible for member Isaiah 35:10. 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford can't upplyyou.Knilhununa poor fish. Bd 30c in 'rani sod we'll What is an abomination to the 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-town- . ship in an organization open to world a mixed match, first a baseball game Mod you a bull I o promptly. Lord, and what is his delight? Prov. war men alone the American Legion. and then a cricket match! The Paris , LiS. HEY, BiIiumti. UL Toledo Blade Republican candiUrtl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons In virtually every foreign country Legionnaires hunted around for some dates next fall might make sure of 11:1. conditions are required for 4th District J. R. Murphy, Is a post of the Legion and in each cricket players but couldn't find any. victory at tho polls by teasing Wood-ro- a What genuine revival of religion? 2 Legion club room aro baseballs and They accepted tho terms, however, Wilson into calling them Chron. 7:14. Cth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart . bats. For the first timo there came engaging an Englishman to "teach The International organization them cricket. ford, R. F. D. No. 4. into being an American WILL Success Attends Control Measures in Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows of young men and American young mixed nthletic meet will be held in TAKE Philadelphia Bulletin It has been Peach Orchards. R. F. D .No. 2. men play their country's national London this fall. said that the railroad executives are Ono of the best peach crops evor 7th District Boenos Aires has become acquain seeking game. Tho result of these foreign J. Walter Taylor, Bea to crush the unions. These ver Dam, R. F. D. No, 3. units of tho American service men's ted with baseball through tho Legion acts of violence and lawlessness are produced in Georgia has Just been harvested, It Is reported, to the U. S. organization has meant a formation post there. This league, is in its bringing down upon the unions BOARD OF EDUCATION the Department of Agriculture. Very good A Trtahenl of teams and leagues that reaches second year and is pulling crowds and crushing weight of an indignant pubSuperintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason progress was made in overcoming the (or WEAR HllHI: what is more important the box lic opinion. the globe. around heavy curculio infostatlon. All vaConvenes First Monday in over London, which before the war scores are being published in the ArLUNGS ot rieties, through to the,, close of the month. Mrs. I. S. Mnson, S. S. O. C looked on sourly at American teams gentine. Now York Tribune The Secretary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION Elborta season, have been unusually nnd playing baseball presents a changed The Legionnaires In Constantinople says very little about tho war in "his R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford front today. A full eight team have Joined with tho sailors In tho book. But then he saw very little free from curculio larvae. It. F. D. No. 6. Careful investigations of commerleague has blossomed where not a United States Mediterranian fleet and of It. A quick relict for tbat tired, rundown feellag. cial orchards treated according to the W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart couebi, paint In cheit. night wcl, sprout existed before. Such typi formed a league. When the ships weak lungi or contumption. II tt data ford, R. F. D. No. 3. advice of department and State specal named playing fields as "The come to anchor in Constantinople athalp you II coda you aolblaf. m Chattanooga News Headless cialists showed that curculio damage Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1 Crystal Palace grounds." and "The harbor tho baseball bug goes ashore Lock box Oto horsemen of Sleepy Hollow and was not greater than an average of Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL GO, Stamford bridge field" are utilized with tho personnel. COLUMBUH O. The Legion ar- other places now drive motor cars. Claud Renfrow, Dundee. one wormy peach In each by the Americans for their contests. ranges for the games and looks afbushel basket. In theso orchards Examinations. Tho league was started by the ter the invitations. Boston Transcript Anthracite In dropped fruit was picked up and Xondon post of the Legion which ban For Common School Diplomas Baseball Isn't nn invitation affair decorated boxes may find mention in destroyed, and cultivation for the spread baseball to the four winds of in tho United States. Just now it Is this year's lists of appropriate Xmas destruction of pupae practiced, in Fourth Friday and Saturday in January, and Second Friday nnd Saturisland and wind carries a long In most of the countries where tho gifts. the addition to very thorough spraying. day In May. To bo held in Fords-vllle- , wny. In speaking of the Loudon Legion Is spreading the gospel. There leaguo the Paris, France, edition of is every expectation that in a few Beaver Dam and Hartford. Memphis Commercial-AppeWe Insect Pefela of Grapes Active in Vinethe Now York Herald says; "The Am- more years the invitations will cease aro told that 75 per cent of all For Teachers' Certificates Third tires yard States erican Legion Is making every effort and a Lord or somebody else will get Friday and Saturday In May, June are preventable. Probably the other Grane growers in the vineyard sec to popularize baseball in London and! up In what corresponds to tho United 25 per cent are caussd by a spark or Except notlco it and September. tions of New York, Ohto and Michi- given Js expending a great deal of time States Senate to the contrary the latter ex, and offer a bill to pre- blaze or something similar. gan have begun spraying operations and money In enlisting both Ameri- vent ticket scalping at ball games In will bo held in Hartford In tho hope of protecting their crops aminations can and English Interest. At a re Asia Minor and tho FIJil Islands. OTHER OFFICERS Harrisburg Patriot The millen- from various insect pests reported to cent game at Stamford Drldge be nium will be here when a church bell tho United States Department of Ag- Tax Commissioner R. F. Keown, tween tho American University club Pfeelricht all tho time. Don't Uty efl draws as big a crowd as a fire bell. riculture as unusually numerous this Fordsvllle. And the United States Shipping Board by year. Sevore Injury has resulted in Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle irom work for daysVtr-La- x taking calomW 1TA when pleasant Jt- keeps the Legion sent out more than 500 Washington Star One of the won all four States from the grape loaf- - Representative Ira Jones, White pa your feet, while relieving your yoi trtu Invitations to American families livFor Infants and Children e. Safer too, andensy to take. Dorit Run. ders of sovietlsm is that Lenlne and hopper. ing in England, to attend the gams." In lker$?y,th,!?ff els? afford can't should to Use For Over Years Trotskyso long be able to remaindes- -. In Ohto and Michigan tho grape- - Police JudgenARTFOHD Yokohoma and Tokyo in Japan felt it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy gether J. D. Holbrook. without getting berry moth has caused mora than tho tem and relieves constipation. A sab a real world series Always bears all tho tbrlls of the pcrately. tired of each other. W. O. Blanken'shlp. s Mayor usual amount of damage to ural remedy, natural in its actions, when the nines of the two cities en- Signature of in ita effect and certain in result.bum by feeding on the stems or Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. If tli'elr own. gaged In a recent series of won't bo lonsr before liv VtrLax will Detroit News Often the trouble buds during the blossoming period. ItOOKPORT -completely djsplaeo calomel in evert The Japan "Advertiser" of Tokyo lies In tho fact that safety first Is an At Lawton, Mich,, cacoons of this At Robert L Green, Judge. Itome.' Children pan tnlrA It.! Barber How did you get your afterthought. said Just prior to ono game: 'InWith Perfect Bafetv. Every bottle guar, moth were found on grape leaves earLee W. Pherson, Marshall, terest in Jokohoraa and Toyko is at mustache in this condition? anteed. Mcand l in bottle, Kob ly In June, showing nn unusually adEdd Coopor, Chairman. Customer I triod to Bteal a kiss Sever heat In contemplation of tho and sltrBai Pittsburgh Dispatch Like the vanced development of the larvae, as W, H. Blackburn, Clerk. Ciine without the likenesssals by CrfeBby. For baseball gam; to (take place this from a girl who was chewing gum. ennn a wnr I iYia errllrn mav eVVU UW Airs... grapes were Just out of bloom, and MW W...MW MI I'M. Stllll Mason( Treasurer. VlVil 2B&Ssssa& I Tol;do Blade If Will Hays Is to mediator In tho matrimonial of- -, fairs of tho movie people his $150,000 salary Is not enough. be A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald m &&'irnjri lll&zrtmU w? fitters hon-eyho- ( Every Woman Wanted Children Cry CASTO R ' DIRECTORY inflaxn-motion- fr. tZ Mothers I "fe35 ' se-cu- ro For the Children ver mmice ar-an- -- w YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY sZ er aflftJK1 in i y r lo FORGONE MONTH heroor-tbige- t, five-eight- hs USE LI V-VER-- LAX al For Lazy Liver and (he Troubles ot Constipation, i CASTOR 30 "a &?&& grape-cluster- - ,Tlfl MUEJWJW ' r A FARM DEPARTMENT. boan and Its products aro uttltzod la the United States Indicate a ready market (or the commercial prodtic- Soy-bea- WUmtMtmUM4M4MtletM n "edoil cooperative work theso stations are . .n ot W awiyuaa in ino manufacture or nttomntlnK to disenvnr nml ' and " ls, aU, m.ans of combatmg Mo ravage of ' manufacture of lard and but- '" , tho cottn.i l.nll wvii hrm.i, l jm " tllH Bltliut l(lt Ad HltlittoB aiiijautuiua, development of Improved early ma mi auiiabiiuius, luuun mil.llil linoleum, printing Ink, nnd as a salad over, when food Is scarco tho hoppers turiug varieties of cotton; controlling will not go far out of tin way to cotton nnthracnose; preventing boII oil. The cak or meal la a suporlor search for the plants that please their uiiiniu i: nr.'iiiii'iiiini' tii nirr a Tttiir cattlo feod and of high valuo for liu' man consumPtlon palates most. aiding the production of native Crutto antf vegetables of market value; and The State systFm of distributing .tl...... Old garments were remodeled by rlni'llfntllnfV imnnMll. n I weather forecasts, warnings, and oth system of fnrnii women Inst ytnr, as a remit of slfled nnd er Information sent out,by the Weith. demonstrations by county extension farming. er Uureau of the United Statu Deagents, Into 55,600 article partment of Agriculture Is being conof apparel, according to reports to Mildctr on I ted Clovrr N Very Serious tinually extended. There nre 91 This Year. tho United Stntes Department of AgStnt broadcasting stations which Tho first severe Infestation of mil riculture. Under simitar InntnirMmi tend out weather reports now In opdew on rod clover In this country eration, of which 20 are operated by 105,000 now garments were made. has appeared east of tho Mississippi leading newspapers. Negotiations The production of 6,277,000 bales from Wisconsin to Georgia this year. are In progress with .13 additional of cotton, in addition to the seed that This mildew makes tho plants look stations, nnd most of theso, which would have, been ginned from that white. Last fall It was quite preval- Include 11 newspapers, are expected amount, was prevented by tho boll ent Iri tho South and Is worse there to be In operation In a short time. this summer. weevil In 1921, according to tbo Tho amount of harm It does Is a made by tho United States Sheep Itld Courthouse Imwn of NoxSome reDepartment of Agriculture from e- question yet unanswered. ious Dandelion. stimate furnished by many thousand duction In the yield of hay is due to The courthouse lawn In Elbert It, but hls is not groat. There are crop reporters. County, Colo., like many other lawns, rumors, however, that the eating of was badly Infested with dandelions. PJgs, poultry, potatoes, bread, mildewed hay causes inflammation In Tho county agent suggested killing canned vegetables and meals and oth- horses' mouths. The Ohio Experi- them by pasturing rather than plowment Station ropbrts a quotation from ing er products which boys and girls under tho sod. According to remildewports received by tho United 8tates in extension workers wero a German writer stating that shown in 4,300 exhibits at community ed clover hay causes stomatitis in Dopartment of Agriculture, tho test was approved by the commissioners. fairs nnd G.O00 exhibits at county, horses. Unfortunately tho exact Identity of Sufficient hog wire to fensa district, and States fairs last year, acthe lawn cording to reports to the United tho mlldow on American red clover was purchased and two pastures 100 not been determined. V.'hon Amhas States Department of Agriculture. feet long and 80 feet wido wero erican ceed Is planted side by side made. A farmer living near M.1ntIf ...11. t.a -- ...... ..l l.'" "'""" "'- - furnished six old ewes, which town Tha Japanese beetle was much """ "'""""" "" were ! (..., " l" nuiu wum "Uiuiiwu placed In one pasture- May 14. when .1 ii.n ...o..i ,,ldow an" " a tracot reason, and over n wider area. Serious sccd wh' the dandelions wero at their best. A damuge to th? foliage of many trees pears on tlioso from European seed wo k later four more were added to Dopartment of Tho United States was caused by tho Immense number tho flock. bo glad to get reTho owes were changed from one of booties, especially fruit trees nnd ! Agriculture wouldtho mlldow In difports regarding pasturo to tho other at ono-weIncertain varieties or siiauo trees, according to the United States Depart- ferent parts of the country. It Is tervals. They soon had the dandelions in. gaming If nnd grass eaten down and kept It ment of Agriculture. Tehr'e was im particularly Interested portant injury to early fruity partlcu-- j horses eating the mildewed red do down. Thoy ate blossoms and buds Ifirlv nnrli nnnlno ntw! nnrlv nnih.tcr I ' er hay nrp affected. readily, and the hearts out of the dandelion plants close to tho ground. By Culllnjr, Tests Better results would have been ob In carrying1 on experimental work Hotter Progeny AVIth Poultry Reveal. tained had tho sheep been put In in swine breeding, the United States INCORPORATED That culling the poultry flock to earlier, but tho experiment proved Department uf Agriculture has found get rid of all thoso birds except tho quite effective in ridding the la'wn of tho uso of wire partitions In farrowing housos undesirable and Is replac- vigorous prolific layers results In no- dandelions. ing them with solid wooden divisions ticeable improvement In tho progeny Is shown by recont Investigations at World's Largest Fish Pier Situated About 32 inches In height. The the Umited States Experiment Farm. partitions permit drafts, At Huston, Mass. Hoston has the largest fish pier In which aro bad for tho comfort and Deltsvllle, Md. Tho Into moult en! lienlth of the young pigs. Open par- selected from n flock of 100 Khode tho world, ays the Bureau of Obom-IstrUnllM Staled Department of titions also permit sows to notice Island Reds in tho fall of 1920 laid anything going on In adjoining pens, seven more eggs per bird during their Agriculture, which supervises Inter- stockholder in tho silo the farmer, to 4 weeks apart it is possible to used by 29 per cent, hand-powmaW MA lit which ofteu causes them to become second year than the original flock as state shlpnfetvt of fish under the Fed- Will mm tfc uuo ul il.A uni mi A A I ' have fresh pasture all the time. Seed- chines by 34 per csnt, 21 per 'cent co11' luo A nervous and Irritable and sometimes pullets. They were used as breeders eral food and drugs act. Tho piei mments he ever made, ing for pasture should be much hea- had gasoline washing machine, aud tho following spring, and the first U devoted exclusively to the fish try to fight oach other. Sows at Kentucky is gaining steadily in vier than for a grain crop, from 3 16 per cent bad machines operated must be kept as quiet as Red pullets to commence laying in busliKSs, is 1,200 feet long, 300 feet dairying. Tho most reliable au- to 4 bushels per aero on a good soil. by an electric motor. Clothes were tho fall of 1921 wero found to be tho wide, and Is paved with brick and thorities state that there are 14,-0- Pasturing can probably begin 6 weeks handled 5 times on an average. possible. Tho. offspring of theno concroto In such a mqnner that It silos in the state, each with an after seeding, and may continue, If timo for doing washing by motor "Highroads and skyroads," is tho hens. Their pullets In a period of can be easily cleaned by flushing with average capacity of 100 tons. As- the rye is not covered with snow, un- power was approximately half oC motion picture Just beven months have already averaged watqr. The pier was built by the suming $5 per ton as tho feed value til the following April. that used to do It by tub and washtitlo of a one-reby the United States De- about two dozon eggs per bird more State of Massachusetts at a cost of of silage, tho deposits In these ruboard method. released partment of Agriculture. It was than tho original flock. $3,000,000. Eighty vessels can dis- ral banks of the state amount to Need For Better Methods olf Home Similar comparisons between hand, Hut it is not alone lu number of charge tholr cargoes there at the about $7,000,000. There is room western tier of States ironing, both with and without an Laundering Shown. made in the progeny samo time. Results of surveys in Lafayette and electric iron, and ironing with a, tho supervision of highways en- eggs that the for at least four times as many more of Public excel, but also in the value of tho Tho shiploads of fish aro sold at silos as the state possesses now. It Saline Counties, Ma., have recently mangle, wore made. Ta iron 25 gineers of tho Duroau product, as tho distribution was more auction to wholesale dealers, bids be- Kentucky had 50,000 silos tho re been tabulated by extension workers pounds of clothes with an electric Roads. even, a much larger proportion of the ing based upon the statement of the sources of Its farmers as represented of the United States Department of Iron took G hours and cost 32 cents To dron25 pounds grades for white, potatoes, eggs being laid during tho winter captain of each vessel as to the by deposits in silo banks would be Agriculture, to show tho need for for electricity. Revised months. In the last seven months amount and quality of each variety lncroasfd' to $25,000,000. improved with a manglo took 1 hour and used Here Is demonstration work In prepared by tho United States Into monitors on board. It the buyer is dlssatis- - ono of tho rocks on which must he methods of washing and ironing. In current worth 39 cents. of Agriculture, provide for the daughters of tho not only averaged two dozen eggs ned ho may caH ,n the FIsh Excnange built Kentucky's future success In Salino County, only 2 por cent of the the elimination from No. 1 grado of per bird more than the original hock, Inspector for an opinion, and either dairying. people sent the washing out of the Walter I beg your pardon, sir, misshapen potatoes and potatoes but the value of their product was, party may appeal to the Arbitration of good house, 25 por cent still used the but the money you have just given, A silo is an indication by hollow heart, and the adfiguring at tho samo prlcss, about Commlttoe of- - the Fish Bureau. farming ability. The best farmers in washboard, 40 per cent used hand me to pay your bill does not Include, dition of a grade known as No. 1 $1.04 per bird more during tho Barao On the pier fresh water is used for every locality are likely to have the machines, and 33 per cent used pow- anything for the waiter. ' small. period. It is expected that this mar- washing tho fish, but It has been best land, the best cows and tho best er washers. Tho average time for Diner Well, why should It? I gin will Increase during the next five found that salt water is more effec-Iv- o farm plan. survey doing washing with a power machine didn't eat one, did I? London AnsAn Illinois of the Owing to the Importance in removing fish slime from walls showed that the labor income wers. , on was 2 hours, as compared with 4 . Industy. the United months. In 10 famiand floors. y farms with silos was $373 more than hours With a washboard. Department of Agriculture has States "James, my son, did you take that on farms without silos. Perhaps tho lies where machines have been purEstablished a project which deals Soy lleiins Becoming Ws Sccd Crop' Biological Surrey Discovers Two Xew silos were not responsible for, it all, chased since the survey was made, it letter to tho postoffico and pay tho In Middle AVcst. with It exclusively. It furnishes InTho soy bean Is rapidly taking a is estimated that Races of Skunks. hours a weok, postugo on it?" but figures talk. formation to prospective breeders, as Two hitherto unrecognized geogra"Father, I seed a lot of men putKentucky farmers aro among the. or 133 hours a year, aro saved in as to those already engaged Jn pluco as a major crop In .ho farming well ting lotters in a little place, and the Industry, which help3 them to ov- systems of tho Corn Delt, replacing phic races of skunks of tho genus most progrcsslvo in the country and each housohold. d type, have when both tholr pride nnd tholr pockIn Lafayette County, 96 per 'cent when no-owas a looking I slippod ercome obstacles and avoid pitfalls. oats to a considerable extent and tak Conepatus, tho ing part of tho corn acreage. Altho been d scribed by tho Biological Sur- et hook are concerned no ono can get of the washing was done at homo. in yours for nothing." Harpers I Tho best cream to whip is good, primarily used for forage, pasturo, vey of the United States Department ahead of them. Adding $20,000,000 Tho tub and washboard method was AVookly. and ensilage, tho growing of seed of Agriculture. This generql kind to the deposits In the "farmers' rich cream, from 24 to 48 .hours old, says tho United States Department of during the last few years has been of skunk ranges for tho most part banks' s not too much of a Job. A Agriculture. It should contalu at a very profttablollndustry. Thcpro-ductlo- n from southern South America north good start can bo made on it this of s:ed has now Increased to to southern Arizona, wbero it reaches year. least 30 per cent halter fat to proPut mono? Into the bank by bankduce Ideal results, and bo kept very tho point whero tho supply greatly Its northernmost limits. One of the two now forms, known ns tho Arizo- ing your corn crop lu silos. cold. Pasteurization tends to lower exceeds the demands for planting. associations, na soy-bed County skunk, fs found In the whipping quality of tho cream, la very harmful growers, county agcnt3, nnd exten- southern New Mexico aud Arizona; Hiifj IIhImth Should Plow Up Burn and homogenlzatlon lx)ts KirH War. to it. Combined thoy practically de- sion officials, notably lu Illinois and tho other, the Nelson n, Hog raisers may accomplish two worn-oHAVE TAKEN Cardui,for stroy tho value of 'cream for whip-plu- Indiana, have concorned themselves skunk, is nptlvo to Mexico. Tho fur of the In tho development of a commercial skunk is desirable results by plowing up tho . condition, nervousness and sleeplessness, and I was outlet of tho seed. As a result tho not so valuablo as that of tho ordina- barn lots at least once a year, says weak too," says Mrs. Silvie Estes, of Jennings, Okla. At an exhibition hold recently at production of oil nnd meal from Corn ry black skunk owing to tho poorer tho United States Department of Ag"Cardui did me just lots of good so much that I gave to be texture aud to tho fact that the tail riculture. In the first plnce, hogs the close of a pig club conducted by Belt grown soy beans souus it to my daughter. She complained of a soreness in her for tho season of and much of tho back aro white, This need good succulent pasturo as much tho boys' and girls' club ngomt In definitely assured sides and back. She took three bottles of Cardui and IRryorsldo County, Calif., both good 1922. Sovoral mills In Indiatui nnd typo' of skunk is better equipped for of the time as possible, nnd in tho types, of pigs grown by club IJIInoIs have become Interested in the rooting than others becauso of the second pluco they need protection her condition was much better. and. bad soy boan as source greater length and strength of its against internal parasites, s.uch as members wore shown, with Initial possibilities of tho "We have lived here, near Jennings, for 26 years, and in Illinois nnd final weights, feeds, costs nnd of oil and meal. Two mills 150,000 snout, and it is probably useful in the roundworms, tho eggs of which ro- now we have our own home In town. I have had to control of certain insects. pigs out have planned to uso about inaln lu the soil. Turning over tho Kalns of both type. Two mills soason, while work pretty hard, as this country wasn't built up, and it soil lp tho lots helps to get rid of tho of tho samo litter, oach fed 150 days, bushels this ou a smaller other scale. Silo Is .n Great "Bit; Bank. pests and tho crop of forage makes It pounds are planning made it hard on us. wore cntored: ono gained 70 Although definite flguros aro not Evory furmor In Kentucky who a profitable operation. In addition "I WISH I could tell weak women of Cardui the sit a cost of IS cents u pound, tho othacreago of soy beans er gained 200 pounds at a cost of 9 nvnllable on thoStates, roports to ttie owns a silo can consider himself tbo to providing cheap protein feod, pasmedicine that helped give me the strength to go on and President and Board of Directors of ture crops aid us a laxntlva and re In the various touts n pound. do my work." This card fulfils her wish. bank. United States Dopartment of Agricul- a first-clas- 3 quire the hogs to take a certain wammmummiaMmmmammmiamammamattmmmammmmmmmiamaammmtmmammt very largo Increases 4n A bnnk Is an Institution for tho amount of exercise which Is necessary CuopeiutKo Studies Mado Of South-i- n ture Indicate acreage for seed production and for- secure storage of valuables; sllago is to breeding animals and grqwlng pigs, Kami ProMeini. purposes throughout tho North- valuable. A, bank is a eourcj of Rye is probably the best crop to uso State experiment stations of the age ern and Corn Belt Statos. The possi- help in financial stress no Is a. alio for fall, winter, aud spring pasture North Jnd States Southeastern of utilizing domestic grown when fted is scarce, ,A bank not on- fur hogs. Thruout tho corn belt it South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, bilitiesbeans for oil and meal no doubt bad ly keeps Its patrons funds safely but may be sown from August 20 to Alabama, Louisiana, aud Mississippi much to do with tho large increaso in returns them with Interest; bo does about October 1, depending on the nro cooperating In investigations acreages commercial a slo return interest but at a rato latitude. In warmer climates tho fur seed. Such-regional Importance to aglfculture of according to reports outlet' affords tho grower another far above that of the bank, Ai an crop may bo put In at various times' in that Hectlon, Im'nRtmnnt thn hltilr rnturne nrnflta up crop us corn and wheat. received fcy tho United States Depart- cash various ways lu which the soy on th.e inouoy put into It; as a sol&tlug to as late as December. By put Th in successlvo plantings from 21 Through this ment of Agriculture. 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Mr. Wilson wilj tatu Crayons, and in fact most anything wife and. chargo of the business October 1st. Mr. Thomas Peach, structive criticism is difficult. It is in the school line. Mine simple enough to ask "what is the i daughter, Inez, of Williams Mrs. Lu Faught went to Louismatter with the church?" or "what is were in Uoslne Sunday to visit Mrs. ville Monday. "A General Strike!" Headquarters for choicest Creams, Sodas, Cold Mr. Li. B. Cannon was in DundVe Do you remember, tho trouble with religion?" and as Peach's mother, Mrs. D. C. Allen. Drinks, Fruits, Candies, Cakes and all other Miss Edna McDanlel was in Horse Tuesday. when you climbed simple to answer, "it is old fashioned' dainties carried in a first-cla- ss up the long, long stairs to the dark! or "it Isn't modern enough or "it Branch Friday, the guest of friends. confectionery. Kenneth E. Hall, of Reynolds Sta and mysterious attic? And tho oth-o- r, lacks courage" or some other comHARDING-HELFinest line of Tobaccos fn town. tion, "was In Beaver Dam and Central' MRS. 'older children, told you to watch plaint which nnkes no suggestion. Camel Cigarettes, now 15c. r.ut! tor the "bogey man?" And you TO BE BEYOND PERIL Of courso; there is nothing the City recently, on an extended visit. Miss Pansy Graves has returned iumpeti and shivored and shook with "matter" with religion. Tho belief Quick Lunches and Regular Meals. Washington, Sept. 13. Mrs. Hard-In- s terrified delight? in, Supreme Deity, ind worship of to Logansport, after spending several Prompt and efficient service. i lays last week In Beaver Dam, with There wasn't any "bogey man" that Deity is an ingrained human continued to Improve today. At- ttnding physicians are confident she rdily. It wns Just u dear figment of fundamental. Tho "matter"' is not I ier aunt, Mrs. Halllo McDanicl. Located at corner Union and Main, in Old Hartford with tho religion, but with thfr means - Albert Daniel, of Dundee, was Ih Is safety on the road to recovery:. childish Imagination. House. Nor la there any real grown up taken to spread, to teach, to nso that Beaver. Dam Friday, on a buslnoss Thero Is an air of relief and aserrand. surance about the White House for "bogey man" not even when ho mas- religion. J. F. Allen, wife and daughter, Eva tho first time since last Thursday And tho "matter," to many iwoplo querades by the name of "General -l drove to Roslne to spend wh.cn she, developed dangerous sympwho "try to think constructively is Allen, Strike." There are those d mombors of that those in authority In the church- tho day with Mr. Allen's aged in- toms. and The plucky patient upholds this society who would like to frighten tho es place too much emphasis upon the valid mother, Mrs. D. C. Allen, last prognosis. She is again bright nnr rest of us with his name. But they mechnnics of religion and not enouglu Sunday. o Mrs. Annlo Earp is at homo in cheery, takes plenty of nourishment, forget, theas agitators, that this la on the spiritual things oi tnat relinftor spending some t'mo In and for tho first timo suffers no America, where all have some, and gion. Church fathers, "oldcrs, deamany have much, opportunity to cons, and dignitaries meet and spend Louisville, whero she had medical pain. She sleeps comfortably. Her We, or one of our deputies will be at the following namlearn; where standards of living aro precious time discussing what words treatment for an ulcerated soro on the mental attitude Is doing as much to oonquer the dlsoased kidney; as medi- ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose high; whero men are safe and securo to leave In and what to tnke from, forehead. of assessing The Randall mooting at TTartfonl cines, liej physicians say, la their homes; whoro each man's tho ritual; they wasto tinio nnd efyour property and collecting your taxes. Please meet us Tho President was able to devote " houso is his castle, und each man's fort trying to docldo whether this has closed. The attendance was most of the day to work, for tho .first where most convenient: wife and children his to protoct aud ban shall bo removed antl that one good. , Rov.Wllbort Hallo Is spending tho time since ho bogan tho vigil at Mrs. Monday, Sept. 18 Prentiss iovo and keep, and never a man or put on, while peoplo hunger to bo weok at Heaver. Dam, as. guest or Harding's bedside. Ho remained hi Tuesday, Sept. 19 taught of God. to say him nay. a Government Cool Springs Let tho churches forget Intornnl John F. Allen and Mrs. Allan. The American his study at tho Whltu Houss, but Wednesday, Sept. 20 the true, red Ceralvo ( s, fights over nonessentials, and doviso during the morning dictatod numer- Thursday, Sept. 21 Wooded, patrloticy. pt. Peasant OLATON liouie-lovin- g now and better ways of teaching men American ous letters und telegrams and read Friday, Sept. 22 , Centertown Important correspondence. can no more bo led into making him- and vvomun tho spirit of tnn religion, Saturday, Sept. 23 movlng-plctur- e Mrs. Joy St. Clair visited rolatlvos Rockport self a part of u lloliflievlst bogey man and it will ba tho Sunday ' Monday, Oct. 2 . . . , . house managor who walls that in Whitesville last week. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE Bells Run titan h can be led Into mass murder Miss Anna Cannon, of Qwensboro, 3 All persons having claims, against Tuesday, for tho ohtrlbllshment of a so'vlot, a la. ' the chinch takos all his audience, not Ralph tn,) clergyman who Borrows thut his Is tho guest of L. B. Cannon, this tho late John W. Muffott. will pro-se- Wednesday, Oct. 4 HusBin. , Magan same to mo, properly, proven, on Thursday, Oct. 5 Tho imllgnutlou, tho revolt, tho flork would ruthor see n picture than week. ., , : . '.. Deanf ield A baby boy wa3 born to ths wife or before. November 1, 1922, or tboy 'liitihatlu neuatives to talk of a gen-- ! list n to him! Friday, Oct. 6 Herbert of Wyiue Patterson, Sunday morning. will b forever barred, and all partlos ral strike. tcamo first of nil from j V TAXI SKUVICE Four births und tour boys in Ola-to- n, knowing themselves to bo indebted Saturday, Oct. Fordsville American workmou, who nro Ameri Call Homo Phone CI for dependa- '. tho last two weeks. All Repub- to said estato will ploase sottlo be- Monday, Oct. 9 cans first, and mombors of u union, Narrows only after b'o tnxl eorvlco anywhere, auytlme. licans. fore said date. tect, order or organization Tuesday, Oct. 10 Dundee . Mr. Ray Cook has sold his car 1" Witness my Tiand, this Aug. 31, Ao .Inn tlioy hnve expressed their American- - For night 'service call 82. wn. Msuiiwouoj, Cln 11 Kosine Raley and Earl Jamison. J. GLENN BARNES, 1922. to Worth Ism and tholr belief lu, and adheranco Thursday, Oct. 12 . . .Horse Branch IV. O. MIIFFETT. Ailmr Hartford, Ky. Mr. E. B. Dugglns bought a car to, American principles nnd the Am- - 0t3 .' Friday, Oct. 13 A. L. Mitchell, of McQuady. Miiffett, Doc'd. from Mr. Heflin John W. ilcan Government. FOK 8AI.K Saturday, Oct. 14 Mr. and Mrs. John Monroe, of BaBeaver Dam Our childish tormentors could, uev- -j nou s.wics HOY. Tuesday, Oct. 17 . er produco tholr "bogey man." As i CO AGUE FARM, known as tho ton Rouge, La., who huve been visShreve long as Americans aro Americans first, Buck Duvall farm, situated on th& iting II. B. Monroe, lert for tholr Wednesday, Oct. 18 Olaton Seeing a centipede on Tuesday. no agitator can produco tho General public road between Select and Baize homo Thursday, Oct. 19 . . . J . . ; Buford town, contains nowly palntod Otto Thum, of Peublo Miss Edna McDanlel left Tuesday, of Strjko bogoy man! 1 Smallhn,,. Vn pet collie dog knocked it oft Friday, Oct. 20 whero she Colo,, a dwelling with good barn and orchard. for St. Albans West with his paw. Though tho child was Saturday, Oct. 21 lias u position in tho city school. Simmons : It fa always much easier to say of PrIcoN ?600. K. W. JACKSON, U. A. RALPH, Sheriff, Mr. M. 0. Stone has sold his busi- unhurt tho dog was paralyzed -- nd Anything "this Is wrong" than to eay ness to G. J. Hoover, of Dans, and soon disd. Beaver Dam, Ky. f the same tblnir "this 13 the way ROYF.KEOWN,TaxCWr. . WASHINGTON COMMENT D hot-head- under-educate- Ro-sln- Notice to Taxpayers s i flag-lovin- g, laml-lovln- Oc. nt 7 .!. -- n .. .,..'..'.... ........ ..?... .- Tour-year-o- ld v T'l !