You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
The Hartford republican: September 22, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922092201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: September 22, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. T ,1 THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN Fine Quality Job "Printing. YOL. XXXV PRESIDENT VETOES BONUS 'BILL , Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per .Y HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, i disputable obligations. Obligation to Othors Not. Admitted. , "I reclto the figures to remind the Coligrcss how goneroiiRly and how properly it has oponod the treasury doors to discharge the obligations of tlio nation to those to whom it Indisputably owes compensation and care, though undying gratitude is tho meed of overy ono who served it Is. not to bo said that n material ho3townl Ih an obligation to those who nmonred from tho great conflict not only unharmed, but Physically, mentally and 8,,rtdUy richer .for th& groa porjenco1. if an obligation wore to bo admitted, it would bo to charge tho n,jU8tcj compensation bill with inmiVnunrv ami stlnelnpss whollv un- becomlngour r public. Such a be - i towal t0 bo worth whllo must bo t,enorou8 an,i without apology. Clear-othiy tUo bill returned herewith take C0Rnl7allC0 ot tho inability 6 of the Government wisely to bestow and ,... in Ri,gianco. "wo do n it have thc casn wo Uo not believe In a taxi lov. t0 meet t)l0 situation. but hire Ja our noto yoll may i,nvo our cr ,iit for hnlf lg Wortli.' This is not condensation, but rather a pledge j,y tho Congress, while tho executive branch of tho Government is left to proviclu for paymonts failing duo In 0VCr. Increasing amounts, er j FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1922. i NUMBER 13. OHIO CIRCUIT COURT I GREAT MEETING OF' TOBACCO SENATE SUSTAINS BONUS BILL VETO SOLDflER GROWERS Harding Assigns Many Reasons For Course In tSummary. Washington. Sept. 19 President bot(us veto message fol- - Judge Bingham Makes Good Falls 4 Votes Short; House ' Overrides By Big Impression; Large Acre- age Signed. Margin. A . i i Washington, Sept. 20. The- bonus The Dark Tobacco Growers The Septomber Term of tho Ohio Association's stock was bill fulled of ennctment late today, Circuit Court, with Judgo Wilson, considerably enhanced in Ohio Coun- the Senate sustaining President Hard-fug- 's presiding, is disposing ot the usual ty ns a result of tho meeting held In veto. Previously' tho House low's: amount of business. Up to noon yesHartford Tuesday afternoon. Judge had overriden the- voto by a largo terday the following wero tho most "To tho House of Representatives lilngham mado a clean-cu- t speech of margin. Important proceedings had: Herewith Is returned without ap- hours, recelv near on and The Seuato roll call showed 44 proval. H. It. 10,874 a bill (to pro-- , Commonwealth of Kentucky vs.. ing mo most earnest auenuon iuru yeas to 28 nays, or four lass than the W. C. Daugherty, seven indictments' Tide adjusted compensation for tho any speech of that out over accorded majority necessary to over for various violations of tho liquor veterans of the World War and for HI length, perhaps, In this section rldo the veto. The vote, in tho House purposes.) statutes, by agreement of attorney:! . . . .... uiliuuicui, ur aluminum ui iiib Biiuu - i wua mo iu si, ur liny muiu wiuu lue .uis i,,... wii ilvp " "With Jho avowed purpose of thol .for both plaintiff and defendant, on. tion was clear, forceful and convlnc- - required number. expression of n nation's bill to glvo The North Dakota senator scored motion of the Commonwealth Attoring. Tho speaker took up the his- Altho it was reported that a new senators favorable to Kratitudo to those who Borvcd in Its tho bonus and ney, tho Defendant was assessed flnosc-"question bill might bo Introduced tomorrow, j invefghed against toryof the War, I am In defonso in tho World $250.00 In each of two cases, thc pairings of from ,ts Infancy, showing tho it was certain that tho bonus fight senators, explaining tha it required together with Jail sentences of 30 accord, but to Us provisions I do not Bress mado from tho beginning to would not be renewed at least until two senators" favorable to tho bill to and 10 days respectively and given, Tho United States never tho latcst successful effort in the the next session of Congress, which pair ono unfavorable to It. will cease- to bo grateful; It cannot He as-- I credit for tho Jail service by time will begin December 4. """ey District or Kentucky. and never will ceaso giving expres- sorted that he could not bring hi3 theretofore served pending trial. Tho As nn evidence of tho good dona Tho House vote on the first pass-ng- o conscience to trade two votes to ono remaining five cases wcrs dismissed. Bion to that gratitude. for the cause by Tuesday's meeting of the bonus last March 23, was on a question on which the country is called '"In legislating for what Dessio Drace vs. Claud Mosley, more- than, acres woro 333 to TO, or 4.75 to 1, as compared had "expressed Congress adjusted compensation, itself so earnestly." agreed Judgment of $200.00 for plainsigned up before tho crowd left the with 4.7.7 to 1 today. Tho Senate failed, .first of ..nil, to provide the Declaring that ho had faith In tho tiff; Elbert Stoll vs. Magglo Stolt, courthouse. voto today compared with 47 to 22, persuasiveness -., revenue from which the bestowal. is j , of members, Senator Judgment for divorce for plaintiff; earnest In by which tho Tho campaign is on to bo paid. Moreover it establishes j M, Va3 under CQn Ohio County, nutting indates havo passed August 31.measure was first McCumber said he wished senators ValleyView Farm Co. and Ohio Co. when tfco .of tho very dangorpus precedent favorable to the bonus were in Wash- Coal Company vs. Ohio County Board Rl,,r.lllon ... .... Hous , expressed been arranged for in a large number Most ot the Houso votes to sustain ington "instead of being in Hoboken. of Tax Supervisors, each action conto pay cnntlng a treasury covenant of anyN?rant tho convJctlon ,hat of school districts, whero local speak- the President were cast by members Hong Kongior on which puts a burden, variously , the Pacific Ocean." tinued to 10th day of the term'; BanK bonu. ought to provid, tho moan ot timatcd between four and five "" paylnB rt Bnd i WBB ubMo to suggest ers ar? to bo heard rn interest of tho from Eastern and Southern States, of Lfvormoro vs. F. L. Rono, dismisswith W'estern delegations voting allions, upon tho Amorlcan people, not nnj. pnn oth(jr than that of ft Boncra, organization. ed for lnck of prosecution; Green RivENJOYABLE DAY. Pledges totaling more than 1,000 most solidly tor the bill. ,, , , -. ,,.. 'to- - discharge an obligation, which er Coal Mining Co. vs. Ohio County turned in cre3of 08"0 had Switching of Vo'tos. tho Government always must pay. Quite an enjoyable day was spent Board ot Supervisors, case stated and Congress, and the bill Tuesday and it I, known hat several ,,Mn to bestow a bonus which the sol- There wero two changes in th at the homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Cicero set forward to 8th day; J. W. Foster cnactc(1 wthout mm 'CMt hundred pledged but not turned in Senate, Senator Cameron, Republidlers themselves while serving in the gested Taylor, of Mt. Zlon, Sunday, Septem- vs. II. E. Milligan; Robt. Burdon vs. of mecUnfe Ul0 woro in existence. The drive now on can, Arizona, who voted for the bonus worm war uiu uui uit;i;i ber 17, 1922. A sumptuous dinner Ohio County Farmers Mut. Tele. Cp.f not definitely1 Indeed, tho cost is is morally certain to sceuro the (iPiieroitH AM for Injured. known, either for tho Immediate fu- - necessary percentage to mnkp tho or- originally, voting to sustain the veto, was served, in honor of their son, Loth set to 4th day and not reached: "It Is not to.be denied that the na- - ture or In tho ultlmato settlement. ganization a success, but the mana- whilo Senator McKlnley, Republican, Flem. Taylor, of Orange, Texas. Those Guenther Hardware Co. vs. .J. M. Illliiols, who, it was announced, wa3 present were: Mr, and Mrs, Flem Tay- Hoover and the sanui Company vs. Hon has certain very binding obllga- - Tho Treasury estimates, based on gers sro making plan3 to placo per- favorabe.lo the bill on tho first vote, likely exercise lor and sons, Conn and Ellis, ot C W. Hoover, set forward to 5th day; tlons to thoso of Its defenders who what seems tho most centage far above, the required was paired against it. verOrang:, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. Letcher N. P. Dennis vs. W. H. Madd-ormado real sacrifices In tho World of iho option, figures the direct cost amount. was only brief consideration Beck, sons, George and Walter, dict for planltltf, $25.00; Margaret injur- - at approximately There J154.000.000 fori War and who left tho armies ot thp 'measure in the House.. In daughters, Lynona and Bertha Mary, Stevens vs. .J. A. James, continued; disabled of diseased ?o that they 1923, $225,000,000 for 1924, '114' - !rAIlTIOHI) RESIDENCE calling, up the bill, Mr. Mondell said df Brownie, Mr, and Mrs. Will Leach, Brenard Mfg. Co. vs. Ohio County-Drucould not resume their places In tho OOO'OOO for 1925, 312,000.000 for TOTALIiY DESTROYED Co., Judgment for defendant? it had been considered for a long of Mt. Zlon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stan-- . normal activities of life. Theso obv 1926, mnking n total of $795,000,000 gen- - for tho first four years of its opera- time and thr.t further debate was not ley, and son, Henry.- - Mrs Laura Q. JT. Christian vs. A. S. Monroe &c, ligations are being gladly and Tho residence of Rev. R. E. Fuqua, likely to change a single vote and Leach, Beaver Dam, Mr. and Mrs. verdict for plaintiff $220.00; R. P. erously met. Porhaps hero and there tion, and a total cost In excess of $4,- - on outer Clay Street was totally de- was unnecessary. Mr. Injustices and 000,000. No estimate of tho largo Garett, tho Jim Howard, son, Mose, and daugh- Coleman'vs. Geo. Sowders, continued; nre Inefficiencies and stroyed by flro early Sunday mornlender, asked that there bo ters, Mary Fanny and DonnIe May, G. A, Ralph vs. Ames Body Corporasomo distressing Instances ot neglect, Indirect cost over bad been made, ing, nov. Fuqua, accompanied by minority plan sets up no an hour's discussion, but after cries of Mt. Zion, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Taylor, tion, verdict for plaintiff $564.85. "Tho certificate but they are all unintentional and town, filling Fuqua, was out of "vote, vote" from the- Republican son, Cooper Bazil, daughter, Margie The following citizens are Impanelevery energy Is being directed to reserve against tho ultimate llabil- - Mrs. rt 1i tt n nnAln m of a aikI i1tr nun snl any consider-- 1 """ "' side, the'iirajority leader moved the Elizabeth of Echols, Mr., and Mrs. ed on the regular petit Jury: M. M. ity Tho plan avoids thelr earllost possible correction. ;..,-- .. .... .... nunWM iMpi. W. R. Fuqua, wlto of Rev. Fu- 11 11uba4 1LI. t.ll,.ali,a muiu ' l.t if J. H. Tucker, Mrs. Florence Taylor Tate, M. C. Schroader, J. P. Casebler, in II euilIIK tllia uuiikuuuii ilinsA ' auie uirvi-i- . ouuuj uj hid uutni- - 'qua'b son was in the homo at tho previous question and the roll-cacost, ment during the earlier years ot the ( was ordered. and children, Laura Crosman and Ma- T. B. Bell, Alvln Ross, J. H". Leach, Is no complaint about th& heavy fh "me f the f"r6' ,y0lJag Announcement of tho result of the ry Lucille, of Brownie, Mr. and Mrs. Courtlan'd Taylor, W, H. Baize, Ira In tho cutent fiscal year wo aro ox- - bill's proposed operations, but the ' Mr. Fuqua. rf'nhis .,. h .r.nnnnnnn XJll HUD IHUHI.M- - 1UU 13 - II .x. VUIH4IVUHO voting was received In silence. The C. B. Taylor and daughter, Laura Wallace, C. W. Foroman, J. T. U 1JCIIU1I1K 4U1U.UUU.UUV iiiW " uu on a short errand. The " Florence, .of Beaver Dam, and Mr. Barnes, W. R. Skinner, Jesse Swopo, tion. and caro of sick and wounded: floated on tho credit of the nation. J1"" old oio a defective flue was same wns true in the Senate. stor' R. P. Beck, J. W. Miller. Barnett on compensation Within an hour after the House-acte- and Mrs. CIcsro Taylor. and vocational' This is borrowing on tho nation's . ,d' f tho conflagration, the Tlnsley and John PIrtle. Ellis Baize-- , ONE PRESENT. training for tho disabled, and for Just as truly as though the lho, can' the bill and tho President's portion Of the house be- a"d that ! l,v .llrort r.ovnrn- rtn nnf ln1.,,l r Th Dock Burton and R. E. Bennett were sent the Senate. ,... hn,f,t n,i invu. n rt.n.1 l"S ,n such condition when discover veto message weresubjectto there, how- JSOIjAN CLARK IS .. ,i, tin. ftfto nnn i serving as special Jurors yesterday Discussion of th& human Mot t0 avo, lhe ever, SERIOUSLY BURNED and Wednesday. had been under way for some of expenditure on hospital construe- - genius abuse of public credit. More-'?- r larg- ' ,1,. nrtifi,ntn ni.,n of nnvmnntl residence were unavailing. ,!., time, with Senator Reed, Democrat, or I'ortIon ot the household effects T MARRIAGE Nolan Clark. 13, son ot the late "The estimates for the year to fol- - Is llttlo less tlia-- certlflod inability wnra. Mrrton mil lint- mnpn nnmnitn I MJssour gUpportlng tho' measure! ... . -.- .Democrat, Finis Clark who resided in upper low aro approximately $470,000,000 of "tho Government to pay and in- - '""" and Senator Williams, V etc., "talncd to the furniture Mississippi, opposing it. and the figures may need to be mado vltcs n practice on saerificlal bar-lwJ. Walter Baize and Miss Sarah. East Hartford, was seriously burned not wholly destroyed, j larger. Though tho peak In hospital- - tor which I cannot sanction.. IK-lnat Taylor Mines Wednesday night Belle Allen ot the Renfrow country; In Sought. nuranco was carried on the ,N Sunday for the nnr-Heavy Debts Must Re Paid. izatlon may have passed, there is a Senator Ashurst, Democrat, Arizo when a can of carbide from which camo to Hartford contents, the loss therc-char! growth in domicillzatlon. and tho dls- "It is worth remembering that the dulling or na, followed with an argument for, he was filling his lamp, exploded, pose of procurlug a marriage permit. fa,,s ratl,cr uPn Rev' In full of our obligations to (public credit Is founded on the pop- - fro young mau dropped n lighted County Clerk Ranney declined to Istho bonus nnd was Interrupted while The n romilj. extho diseased, disabled or dependent ulnr belief In tho defenalblllty of pub-- . Fll(lua and sue the license on Sunday. The betho House clerk delivered tho bill. match In the can, causing the who havo ji right to tho Government's Uc (xpondlturo as well as tho Gov At last reports It was un- trothed couplo simply waited at a. j plosion. The President's veto message then MISS LENA IiASIIIjKY care, with Insurance, liability added, ernment's ability to pay. Loans point until low twelve and as to his chances for recovery. near-b- y KILLED AT McllENRY was read and when Senator Ashurst certain y- - will probably roach a total sum In como from, overy rank In life, and again mado application to the County-Clerconcluded Senator McCumber, Reexc-- ss of $25,000,000,000. in the first hour ot the first our heavy tax burdens reach, directSDLMONS HIGHWAY ACT Miss Lena Lashley. aged 16 years, publican, North Dakota, in charge of ly or Indirectly, every eloment In HELD UNCONSTITUTIONAL day of the new week for authority Vocational Tnilnlnjr Fiicllltlvi. and daughter of Mr Felix Lashley, of the bill, moved to defer action until one-sixto consumate their betrothal vows." i. "Moro than 99,000 veterans are our citizenflhlri. To add uy a tomorrow. r. wu lauuiy uyur ot the totnf mill Of our public debt In a suit to test tho constitutional!-- . They were successful this Utile, and now enrolled In some of the 445 int . ..,., In- -. i,.n iiiruugii i. u. iruigm iruiu, musuay This brought a point of order from ty of the measure passed by the re- -, after pr6curlng tho .document, ac- """""" ferent courses in vocational training. ' '"' morntne between elcht and nin Senator Underwood, of Alabama, tha o.ooo.ouu out oi nu uuu.uou, wneui-- , cent Legislature, upon a strict par-- , companled by Mr. and Mrs. Mason Fifty-fou- r them are in thousand Democratic leader, who declared this son iment or . majority, Morris, who mado tho trip to Hart-th- o schools or collcgcSftnorc than $.- - r Inspired by grateful Las"Ie ,1,ad Sne t0 Post would fix a timo for consideration of iy vote b' tha PolUlcnl expediency, would under- ' known as tn Simmons Road Bill, re- - ford with tho now Mr. and Mrs. Baize, 00,0 aro n Industrial establishments bill and that this could be dono ., .,i,h - Office for tho mall and on returningR--. Vli.M.llV and a tow moro than 6,000 are being Hl"l majority. Sev- - organizing the Stato Highway Com-- ( went to the homo of Judgo R. lom- - Baw, ,l ,e "PPcn- only by a lra,n, - n, .. , operated by the credit is bullded, and establish tho. ns. but thinking that she could get oral senators urged thafthere be no iV,u ""trained In schools iiistriuuiing, puune, ,. tempted to name tho commissioners, ii nuptial bliss by his honor, at nboud ,. ,t Veterans' Bureau. uvruss iuo ruwrumi uuiure u ifiicu-- i .i. , um mi. mvuuuiudi A.n.no,i ; caiuvoov" was declared cij 'to be- unconstitutional 1:30 a. m. "Approximately 19,000 have- com- jamais whenever tho proposal and tho ed her, started across and the the opinion that if the matter went mako It seem by Judge Sam Hurst of the Franklin pleted tholr courses and have em- numbers affected trainhlt her ns she was almost off i over until tomorrow some senators Circuit Court. Tho case will go up TICIIENOR DENNETT ployment In nil cases where they de- - politically appealing to do so. . woro tho the track. Sho was Immediately tak-- favorablo to tho bonus who "Congress clearly nppralsed to tho Appellate court for final hearslro It, and 63,000 h.ivo deferred tor might return. on to her home and a physician borrffwlng' directly to Mr. and Mrs. AD. TIchenor. 822 tho present tlmo tholr acceptance ot danger of Sonntor Heflln, Democrat, Ala- ing. a bestowal which Is without moned. (It was found that her skull Cedar street, announce, tho marrlago training. Tho number eligible under was no obligation nnd manifestly recognized had been crushed, one arm broken, bama, told the Senate there RLUES ENTERTAIN REDS of their daughter, Laura V,, to Mr. tho law may rench clnso to 400, Q00 srTeed now and that financial problem with which and serious Injuries to one of her need for great Charles A. Bonnott, which took placo and facilities will contlnuo to bo af- the Mr. McCumber thought delay of If Thu TllnnQ will (tnttirinfn Hi PpiIo at Rockport, Saturday morning. Thor Our ma- limbs. She never regained conscious-- j forded, unmludful of tho necessary tho nation Is coufronted. Qf th(J brldo is a very popular and attractive-younturing promlsos to pay within tlm ness, and died that afternoon at threo a day or two would help matters ho f tho Ladss, A,d Sqc, cost, until overy obligation is fulfillapd other senators wore prepared, to current fiscal year amouut to ap- -' o'clock. Funeral services were conmfttord Mot,10(llst Cnurch, Sept. woman. Mr. Bennott Is a. ed. proximately $4,000,000,000, niost ot ducted from the residence, and the sec uiui a vuiu wus uuiouuu, evuu 26 in tho basement ot tho church, young business man of this city. Af-"Two hundred and seventy-si- x they had to talk unttl tomorrow or romalns laid to rest In the. cemetery if refunded meinbors aro urged to bo present, j ter tho ceremony the couple, ill thousand patients havo been hos- which will havo to bo Wednesday afternoon. th- next day. Within tho noxt six years moro than at Echols, take tho placp ot tho Octo-- j panled by Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward pitalized, moro than 250.000 dis ArSenator Robinson, Democrat, Besides her' father, sho Is survived " ) her meeting. nnd son, A. C loft fqr a motor tripcharged n,nd 25,678 patients aro In $10,000,000,000 uf debt wlll'moture by one sister mid two brothers. kansas, urged against dolay, declarCAvft and will have to bo financed. These i to tho Mnm'mnth nml ntlmr our hospitals today ing that with Congress tp adjourn Id mm j' Rev. A. T. Ross, of Georgetown, . noln(8- .Upon the(r return they will thou- outstanding and maturing obligations REV. SHIELDS TO HE "Four hundred and sixteen two days thovsess,lon might end with- mote ... ... through, nnd spent several i ...... .t.i u enough to meet wlth-o- u uiuivCT uiuir uuiiiu wiiu inu Kruuuib COUNTY MISSSIONARY out a decislou on the question. sand awards of compensation have nro difficult , dni-.. with his mother. Mrs. Ida Ross ....i. bortthe complication ot added ' " "' of death, or " 'A been made on account Tho North Dakota senator replied was ovoryono ot disability, nnd $480,000,u00 35-- . lmr rowings, intoroat nnd which threatens Rev. Birch Shields of Cronvwell, that ho wished delay In tho hope that jLleil homTS Mrs. Ho ' addelays tho hlghor has resigned tho pastorate ot the been paid to disabled mon, or their mm v ,.HOU vvwfc justment to stable government f- Bamett's Creek and Green River Bap- liDnvtn" Af m.o.. rtmnntnwta titlin i n na - ' urun, wuiium iiiuiuas nuu vtrgiuia i dependent rolatlvos. Ono hundrod uv, Du.uu ..ta..o w, onn duuuiu.o ..... no .. Hfown. wno tinvo been on an .rtAuvci.-- s r; ........... t thousand disabled inancing and the dlmunltlon of Fed- tist rhurehes Iu order "...l.f.-- ....J... ISSUED a call sorted, were "get nd seventy-fiv- e a iiiuo woa- - c visit with Mrs. Ross' parents. Mr. 1JR ENTLY men aro now receiving eral taxes to defensible co3t of Gov for missionary work In) the- - Gasper Kneeu against voting to override tno un(l jIrs p. M. nrQW,,, 0f McHonry. along with medical or ernmenty. compensation, Klvor Association, which field em, nev. v nnd Mrs. Ross will resume WIUlo Hess? Roaver Dam Route thoughtlessly braces the wholo of Butler County. iresiuent. "It Ih sometimehospital care whero ncodod and 250,-00- 0 ...uiur now, iiuVuuuuoii, i. umiiu, tUuIr studies nt Georgetown Col CKB.'to Marv Ellznhfitl. Mnnr MrTIonrv go out monthly In dlstrlb- - urged that 4t Is a simple thing for Rov Shields will assume his new du- a letder ot the oppwitlon foreds. re- chocks Rev, r0S8 being In his Senior year! J. Walter Baize. Roslne, to Sarah ...... ..... o,vvv,vv In (Concluded ouSth page.) -- ties October 1st. rrnrked that delay might havo tho nmi Mra. Ross, a Junior. UUIlg Uw to Ann lt nnviitunt nn . Belle Alien, Arnold. , I ne-ha- lf , two-thirI opposite effect. Tho Finance. Committee chairman finally withdrew his motion and Mr. Heflln spoko for an hour In support of tho bonus and against what he has termed the deflation policy of the Federal Reserve Board. He charged that Wall street had promoted a propaganda against the bonus'. While tho Alabama senator was talking, leaders agreed to havo a vote before night, and the debate was closed by Mr. McCumber, who warned that the bonus question could not bo settled finally until it had been settled In accord with the Judgment of tho great majority of Congress. "While the power to destroy it today may be in existence," lie said, that power will not continue In ex- 9tence( )n judgnVclU( ,n tho next , fa, J .;.. a T UI.I lUdllllGU ,lu say that - PROCEEDINGS TO DATEW. C. Daugherty Fined In 2' Cases, Others Are Dismissed. j i ' .,.,, I of I - J - two-hundr- , ... ,!...,,,,. -- . ... P -- g - ll i...i.ii.. i.. ,,i,, ..,,,, i fl.a ,n, l,n. ,,, m-,.- I . MID-Niail- l- as go k th "" -' "'"""' ... I . 1 L"88 - 7 two-thir- ... .. . - J -- co i -- , Ali accom;-Thls-w- - "" . toV-ccep- ... ZTll a. ., " " . - ' jot producing pork. Soybeans hogged RUSSIANS OVERTURN t down and supplemented with corn CHURCH TRADITIONS hand fed In amounts equal to two ptr cent- - of the total nnd one-haMay Hevo.il Hvo weight of tho nntmals presented Old Ilhliops A i Deposed, Now Mar- Paper lied Ones Get Tluir Mj Merles of Saily A7.tci a weak argument, as n pork producPositions. representing combination. Tho case Will ing this combination contained only San Francisco, Sept. 16. ts 14 bills to show th profits obtainthousands of hitherto undecipherable Moscow, Sept. 16. Church documents recently added to th col- ed from an aero by this method of havo been turned topsy-turv- y lection of the Bancroft Library, Uni- feeding. by tho creation of a Now Church versity of California, reveal past civilA typewritten pago passed out to Congress In Moscow, which In a reizations In Mexico and Southwestern (armors who were Interested In tho cent session deposed sixty-on- e bishUnited States hitherto unknown to exhibit Rhowfcl the first combination ops, who wore charged with historians? had produced 100 pounds of pork activities. The question has bton raised co- with Ios cost than any of the others, Supplanting the deposed bishops incident with the roturn of Profes- the cost In this case bolng !f4.79. One nro a number of new bishops who nr; sor Herbert Bolton, director of tho hundred pounds of pork produced by either married or wldowors, and thus library, from a three weeks' tour of hogglng down corn and soybeans cost for the first time In history married the regions Inhnblted by the Cliff $0.06 while cvory 100 pounds pro- men are at the head of the national Dwellers for the purpose of securing duced when corn alone was hogged church. additional data before commencing down cost $6.44. Hogging down soy-th- o The action of the Now Church task of deciphering tho manu- - i,eang nn,i i,anj feeding corn Congress created a storm of exciteI duced 100 pounds of pork at a cost ment among the new bishops, some Thousands of age yellowed bits of 0f io. of them stating that they must conpaper, gathered from Mexico and va- sult their wives before accepting the 8-16 ilous parts of southern North Am- -j if your child Is pale nnd sickly, posts; others protested thai the Incomprise only a portion of the picks at the nose, starts In the sleep troduction of married bishops would erica, tollcctlon of the library which, when and grinds the teeth while sleeping. causo a wide split in tho church deciphered, are expected to shed It Is a sure sign of worms. A remeMetropolitan Bishop of Moscow of dy for thEse parasites will bo found Antunln Is one of the new bishops much light on broken periods Spanish-America- n, Aztec and Cliff In White's Cream Vermifuge. It not who prsonally opposed tho new venhistory. . Dweller only cl:nrs out the worms, but It re- ture, and ho told the International shadow of romance clings stores health and choarfulness. Price News Service that ho feared it would A about tho form of Professor Uolton, 3Gc per bottle. Sold by Ohio County result In a cleavage in tho church. during a great part of his va- Drug Company. m Installation of tho bishops md a cations during the past fifteen years. decidedly Soviet flavor and was a lias visited in Old Mexico, Arizona,' 75,000,000 MOUIIilZKD curious commingling of things ecclesJjW AMWAiiIB New Mexico and Spain, securing and FOR WAR, SAY GERMANS' iastical nnd political. Tho Installawritings of tho ancient studying the tion of the gorgeously purple robed conqulstadores and of aboriginal priests took placa before a crudely Berlin, Sept. 16. Sevonty-flv- e men were1 mobilized from all Improvised altar in the assembly hall In the collection, valued at more participating countries during the of tho Third Homo of tho Soviets, than $2 000,000, are birth records of Wop,d and 30(000(000 of tUem with pictures of Marx. Lenin and tli children of the Spanish explor took part in the fighting In the last Trotsky looking down upon the cereers. mony. stage of tho war. By pack miile, trekking thru the Some of the occlcsiastical ord r Germany mobilized over 13,000,000 stretches of the Mojave desert, on of which S, 000, 000 wore at different favor the Installation of marrid horseback thru portions of Mexico fronts at the conclusion of hostllltUs. bishops as a step against monkish and often obliged to swing himself These interesting revelations are domination of the church, b'y ropes to the former habitations oe contained tu the figures now publishProfessor ed by the German National Bureau of tho Cliff Dwellers. Herbine is tho medicine that cures Bolton has. incessantly searched for of Statistics. biliousness, malaria and constipation. The flr3t dos-- makes you f;el betdata throwing light on his life study, At tho time, of tho maximum Ger"Tho History of tho Spanish Border- man efforts on the occasion of the big ter, a few additional dosca cures lands" on which subject ho has pub- Gorman offensive on the west front completely. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m Drug Co. lished nearly thlriy books. In March, 1918, tho German army County 1 on the western fronts numbered Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea officers WOMEN ARK GROWING noncommissioned Itcmedy In Michigan. MORE ABSENT-MINDEand men and 140,000 officers. About A. II. Hall, Caseville, Mich., Mrs. f. o. b. 160,000 men and 3,000 officers were says, "I wish to thank you for your in racruitlng camps. London, Sept. 16. Women are 8-- 16 absent-minde- d now than they grand good medicine, Chamberlain's Tho German army comprised at more Colic and Diarrhooa Remedy. We are. have ever been. that time 190 infantry divisions and They lose themselves In abstruse never without It in the house, and. two, calvalry sharpshooter divisions This is not stripped tractor, pared down to make a price, but complete I am sure it saved our baby's life thought when they aro traveling, nnd In March 1D1S, tho German army possesthla summer." v with all essential equipment pulley, fenders, platform, throttle-governo- r, was also In possession of about 750,-00- 0 then they lose their personal Mrs. Mary Carrlngton. Caseville, sions. Judging by statistics thoy are horses. adjustiable drawbar, angle lugs, brakes. This equipment, worth more than Mich., says, "I have used Chambor-laln- 's nearly fivo tlms as forgetful as they $100 and necessaiy on any tractor to make it serviceable and safe, included in. Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy wero before the war. Catarrh Cannot Be Cured for years and It has always given This Is tho opinion of Scotland- our price. No extras to buy. m With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, aa they yard officials, whose fate ft 13 to reprompt relief." cannot roach tho scat of ttie dUeasa. Catarrh In a local disease, greatly In- store the right article to the right fluenced by constitutional conditions, and DOLLAR BILLS SHOW BEST In order to cure It you must tako nn woman after she has Io3t It. OP FEEDING HOGS Internal remedy. Hall's Catarrh MediMETHODS "Women aro exceedingly careless etas is taken Internally and acts thru the blood on the mucous surfaces of the with their umbrellas now." said an Medicine was Money system, Hall's Catarrh best physicians official. "At. one time about fifty Lexington. Ky.. Sept. 18 prescribed by one of the Between now and Oct. we will give to every purchaser of an InternaIt literally talked to farmers who at- In thisof country of for years.tonics Is com- came In to us a day, and a hundred known, posed some the best 8-we have tractor a genuine a record number. Now tional P & O plow FREE, f. o. b. Chicago. tended the recent State Fair In combined with some of the best blood was perfect showing them the wide difference in purifiers. The In Hall'scombination of an average of about 240 umbrellas a But this is a special offer good only until Oct. 1st and demands quick action. tlie Ingredients Catarrh Mediprofits per aero that ara obtained cine Is inwhat produces such wonderful day. Not even tho little straps that results catarrhal conditions Send for they place on umbrella handles now See us today. irom different methods of fattening testimonials, free. J. CHENE7 75c. hogs for the market. One hundred P.All DruKRists, & CO., Props., Toledo, O. prevent a woman from losing her umbrella, because she simply wir not use HaU's Family Pills for constipation. into twenty-tw- o bills, divided $1 the handle. four unequal lots, were displayed in "Women who come in here are gl.iss cases by tho animal husbandry DIAMOND RING, LOST absent-mindeThey go 20 YEARS TURNS UP department of the College of Agrlcu-tnr- o away with tho umbrellas which we value of to show tho relative 16. A restore to them and leave their bags' Hicksvlllo. Ohio, Sept. different methods of hog feeding as i determined in experiments conducted brilliant sparklo In a flower bed In behind them!" An omnibus conductor said: "I on the agricultural experiment sta- her yard attracted tho attention of tion farm. Practically every farmer Mrs. W. P. Bassttt. Sho pulled out make It my business to keep my eye who passed through tho grandstand of the dirt what sho thought was a on as many as possible of the women woman to throw away a cigarette never before soen. mfgm rnimnyiP'Ufnnuii buildins where the college exhibits broken piece of glass. It proved to passengers who have umbrellas It which tho was smoking on the str et Tho expedition was particularly A stopped to examine this bo a wedding ring with a Tiffany wo are not making a crowded Jourwerd housed BIBLE THOUGHTS and upon her rcfnsal ho knocked it equlpp d with Instruments nnd apney, because otherwlso it mteans. striking Airplay an(1 study tho wide mounting. For This Week mm In Kansas City a paratus for deep toa explorations and from her fingers. Inquiry revealod that, whllo the that someone will leavo hers behind." range in profits obtained from tho woman was arrested for smoking Tu records. The greatest depth reachDibl Thoashts memorised, will proro was being conhomo on thnt lot different methods. pnceiets ncnig in uter years. ' a public park: and fined $500 for va- ed was about four miles. Out of tlio. VERY SKILLFUL Forty-eigbills were displayed in structed twenty years ago by Mr. f IcSmuiLrr: antni grain 'Km v?gt grancy. In neither of these cities Stygian depths of 10.2CU feot or thr o Purk-Ic- y trie first caso which pointed out that and Mrs. Fred Purkley, Mrs. was there any kind of a law, city miles, whero otornal Egyptian dark"Hoy," bellowed tho aggrieved and lost her diamond wedding ring. feeding tankBogging down corn and nrdinuuee or police regulation forwu devil" Neighbors Idontlflod Mrs. Bassett's muddy buck, "didn't you see that big age in a self feeder had proved to be KINGDOM IS WITHIN: Neither bidding a woman to munko in public. ness roIgiiB, a "soa, wlro-lllc- o tenbrought up which, ba of pro- find us Mrs. Purkoy's lost ring. Tho army truck run right over mo?" shall they say, Lo hero or, lo thoro!! tho most profitable method "Yep," agreed the apprclatlve for, behold the kingdom of God la Irrespective of tho propriety of wo- tacle projecting from his h.ud had ducing pork. .The ?48 represented ring will be sent to MrB. Purkley, who men smotii'ng tho action of tho New a small spherical ball oloctrlc-lik- o M. P. "Nice piece of work, wasn't within you. Lnko 17:21. tho profits obtained from 0110 acre Hvu3 at Culvtr City. Cal., where her York nnd Kansas City officials hns lamp. This ba rItc3 a rod light American Legion Weekly. ago. It?" by means of this method of feeding. husband died not long PROCLAMATION OP PEACE: been almost universally condemned when tho fish swims. Other fish out t .15 Dills to Tho next cas9 displayed Glory bo to God In tho highest, and as a gross violation of pprsoual rights. of the ocean dnrkness had lantern-llk- o fhow that bogging down corn and on earth, poaco, good will toward bulbs giving light. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS soybeans grown in tho samo row had men. Luko 2:14. FOR FLETCHER'S Ono of th? discoveries of tho exBurgqons agrco thnt In cases of not proved as profitnhlo as tho corn Owe no LOVE DEFRAUDS NOT: pedition Is that tho Uermudu IsluiuU Tho noxt LAW ME.' DOCTOM CHAHGE and tankage combination. man any thing, but to love ono an- Cuts, Burns, Drulse3 and Wound nro tno central breeding places of th 0 cute displayed an ovon smaller numother. Thou sUalt not steal. Thou tho first treatmont Is most important. eel, and It Is clulmctl that European fAE DOLLAH5 WEN TEN HKRS SUPPER AS DROUGHT ber of dollars, only 25 bing exhibitshalt not covet. Thou ahalt lovo thy When an efficient antiseptic Is ItETAUDS FLOWER GROWTH HE MAH FooT- nronmtlv. thoro la nn ilnnirnr nf cols cross the ocean ,from tho Borthfe one to show the profits ed In neighbor as thyself. Romans 13:S-,u,,un .' AH SEES H -niitnliipd from an aero when corn Thero Is that Infection and the wound begins lo GIVING OETS Lexington. Ky Sopt. 10. Drought uso on man or alone was hogged down as a method gcattereth. and yet increasoth; nnd new at onco. V7HUT TA.T 'AR NOrt Swellings of tho flesh caused by experienced turnout Kentucky during more than boast, norozono Is tho ideal antisep- Inflammation, thoro Is that withholdoth cold, fractures of tho tho last fow months has worked n 'X" STAN FUH IN PAT tic nnd linllng agont. lluy It now is meet, but It tomletll tu poverty. bivero hardship on bees in the stato aiid bo ready for an omergency. Prlco bono, toothncho, neuralgia or rheuay 11:24, x-r!!!( r Proverbs . matism can bo relieved by applying by reducing the number of blossoms Ami Jo. 30c, COc nnd $1.20. Sold by the HAVE FAITH IN GOD: lUllonl's Snow Liniment. It should and floweis from which they draw Ohio County Drug Co. m bus said unto him, Go thy way; thy bo Well Nrnbbc(l In over the fart af--- the'r food supplies, according to H. faith hath made thee whole. And . II. Jowett, boo specialist of tho Kenfected. Its great healing and Immediately ho received his sight, FISH CARRY OWX power easzs tho pain, reduces tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta-- ) KLECTRIC LAMPS swelling anil followed Jesua In tho way. As a result of this condition, lion and restores natural conMark 10:G2. ditions. Prlco 30c, COo and $1.20 , be k.epors aro being advised to Commit thy A SURE GUIDE: Ilcrlln, Sept. 16. Fish and "sea per bottle. Sold by Ohio County fejd uny colony which may have way unto the Lord; trust also In him; dovlls" which carry lanterns nnd Drug Company. to m failed to secuio sufficient stores oloctric-IIk- o and ho shall bring it to pass. lamps with which to find carry it bafoly thru tho winter. R;st In tho Lord, and wait pa their way In tho coal black depths of "Drunk again?" said a Scottish "This Is tho time of the year when tiently for him. Psalm 37:5-- 7. tho oceau are nmong tho hitherto un- - ninclstrntn t tv,n I rionno, i,r..r iiim ) successful beomen biuln their pro V . ... k PITftir IKin niHnuu.-- iwTliiii ri1 .Known curiosities of naturo brought "Fivo shillings rikf " a am flnu paratlons for tho proper wintering of or seven dsys " God Is a sun and shield; tho Lord ,.,CK ,,y tho Dani8h deop-st- n expo- "Och. shurs." said tho prisoner, their colonies. An abundance of food win Kve Hutu umu b'"ji " b" anion unaer ur. Jounnnes Schmidt, who waB an Irishwoman. "I have young bees of good (lunlity. plenty of n thing will he withhold from thorn the ocean exploror. only two shillings In thoSvorld!" and vigorous young queens aro iho that walk In the light. Psalm 84:11. His ship, the steamer Dana, has' bo-"Ah, wool," returned tho bailie. posslblo insurance of tsuccuss o Just returned to Copenhagen with a "yo maun jlst gung to prison. If y 1 luxt soason. Add to thenc, suitable VIOLATE PERSONAL RIGHTS vast amount of naw data or greatest hndna got drunk wl' your money, y protection for tho winter mouths and Intorost to natural scientists and a wad hao had quite enough to pjy tUo bcekeopur has dono his part lo the Copyright, 9tl by McCUw Njpjpr 5iuJt A New York policeman ordered a collection ot deep sea Inhabitant s, tine." pr pare for tho crop to couie." ANCIENT HISTORIC RECORDS DISCOVERED ! lf prfc-cden- cottntcr-rovolutlonn- ry EXCEPTIONAL OFFER pro-scrip- ts. $230 Cut in Price of International Plow FREE P. & 0. 2-furrow and a 4 Greatest Farm Power Value Ever Offered u-h- D International a Now $670 'Chicago Free Plow Offer Expires October 1st lstr 16 ly d. LUTHER CHINN Beaver Dam, Ky. & W"m' LI X- - ht m Okil&ren Cry OASTO R A rr np-Di- AY D UH-HU- m cigarettei They are GOOD! r ' ! pone-trntl- -- wWM&l T T well-know- ! 1 ifb VP Sgi? Tit-Bit- I .... 1 S wv'i EG&t. K 3 Iff rm hhb OTft n fu -- i 1iff -- tM S1 mini ks- VERSATILE OYSTER CHANGES SEX OFTEN .Scientist Worried At Ulvnlvo's Abll. Ity To Ilmt Xnturc. London, Sept. 18. Altho an exlstenco is usually a shut-J- n one, yet thero is one oyster hailing from the Hlvcr DIackwater, near Colchester, England, who has seen much of lite. Ho hag. changsd his sex threo times In the past twelve months. This fact is vouched for by Dr. J. II. Orton, a well-knoscientist of West .v. rsca. He found n male oys-c- r In June, 1921, and kopt It, even going eo far as to give It the pet namo of Oliver, being, of course, unaware of the twist In the creature's mature. Voung Oliver, according to a letter written by Dr. Orton to the British Medical Journal, was a happy, contented affectionate little bivalve until July 3, 1922. On tlint day Dr. Orton found thnt Oliver had presented him with thousands' of young oyster children. Oliver's name was Immediately ihanged to Olivette, but z fortnight 'iter It was found that he or she had again Joined the' male sex. So that within twelve months Oliver, or Olivette, r, cording as ho or she may be oday, has had three experiences of sex. . Oliver is now taking a vacation in the Marine Biological Laboratory at Plymouth, where numbers of scientific men sit at his feet, and, in ordr o avoid confusion, he Is now commonly addressed as "011y' Dr. Orton thinks that tho sex change is due to changes in the environment and that Oily can pleaso himself whetlier ho will be a male or a ferinle. He hopes to learn a lot more yet about this oyster. But Oily sits tight and says nothing. 4-- 0 ' Children Cry for Fletcher's S35523aa53S3SSSSSssJ$sssNsss3T;r im "" ISL new CwwlWiTrttNlCtBr Gmm n ivsasNss!SSiss!Nsaaa$$ The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been, in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of on the wrapper all these years dirjlvpd. and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. All Counterfeits, Imitations "Just-as-good" h. Just to protect the 'C&w'vs irfinfiTfltinns. TJn not he - coming N A New Tread a Lower Price Reliable Goodyear Quality Here is a new Goodyear Cord Tire a big, sturdy, long' wearing tire that sells at a price lower than you are asked to pay for many "long discount" tires of unknown value. It has a different tread from the famous Goodyear All Weather Tread Cord a new tread with a deep, clean-cu- t, e pattern and it sells for substantially less e e It has in it the same cotton, the same Goodyear patented group-pl- y construction, the same liberally oversize dimensions. h size, for example, you get a tire When you buy the whose actual measurement is nearly 5 inches. Tread Cord with Don't confuse this Goodyear Cross-Ri- b other pepular-pric- c cords which sell at the same price or for lighdy more. In many cases, these other cords are made of inferior mate- e rials, with cotton as a foundation! Get the tire that is good enough to carry the Goodyear name, Goodyear reputation. that is built to safeguard the world-wid- e cog-likhigh-gradlong-stapl4Vfe-hic- Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy What is CASTOR I A Castoria a that you would use for yourself. is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It Is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aid3 the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE y CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signatureof p .' In Use For Over THK CENTAUR COMPANV. short-stapl- The Kind You Have Always Bought NEW YORK CITV. 30 Years C$mfn Aim prices vth NET prices ym are atked to pay for "long discount"' tires 33x4KStrightSde.. $32.15 32x4 Straight Side. . $24.50 $1230 3x.3OhrW 34 x4tf Straight Side.. Stadght Side. . 255 32.95 XhiJStmikSU.. 1330 33 39.10 33x5 StmaiuSde.. iteHm&A'SAi.. 19.25 Ms SmfcUSM.. 25.90 3Sx$ Strrfjkt &. . 41.05 31x4 StrdtSide.. 22.20 32x4J Straight Sktc. $1.45 x-- Just What She Needed. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets some time ago, and they prov. eti to he just wnat i nceueay' writes Mrs. Volt a Bankson, Chlllicotbe, Mo. "They not only relieved me of Indigestion, but toned up my liver and rid ine of backache and dizziness that I had been subject to for some time.' They did me a world of good and I will always speak a good word for Tbtst frteu intttuk nunuJoctuTtt't atcht tax Goodear CrossJtib Tread Cord Tires ore dto mode im.6,7 mmd 8 mch tw for tracks Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. FOR SALE BY I ACTON BROTHERS, Hartford, Ky. ' BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY, Beaver Dam, Ky. GOOD YEAR FOSTERING RACIAL PREJUDICE RAPPED apostolic succession of the Protestant, Episcopal Church reply. tlio m ill The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper them." HOUSING , m QUESTION DRAWS ATTENTION OP POULTRYMEX With Lexington, Ky., Sept. 16. I Tlio Host Advertisement. If TarrnU wfll enrouraro children to look up Orders The best advertisement any mer-- j llnily Condi-inn- s Church undmrmoricft the Bibl. Aniwm, tt will provo Kentucky, say. In Agriculture u price nenutfo u incm m vicr yean. Spreading PiopuKumlu; lilts chant can have Is a. satisfied cuswhere- tho climate Is subject to sud$Ie nmaxjjum'i5TiiPJnnTTrTT: tomer. No greater recommendation Mob Violence. den changes of temperature, fowls can be given an article than the fol- -, need suitable houses before they can lowing by E. B. Mllburn, Prop., Qulon What does, wisdom do when it en produce the largest number ot eggs Portland, Ore., Sept. 16. Sweep- Drug Store, Gulon, Ark. "Wo havo ing denunciations of mob violence sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy torcth into the heart? Prov. 2:10 during cold weather. The more 4 comfortable a hen Is made the great and of secret organizations which fos- for years am have always' found that What la God and how shoiild we er hor egg production is apt to be. race and religious prejudice If it gives perfect satisfaction." ter m worship him? John' 4:24. Successful poultrymen now recogmade in a resolution unanimously Whence cometh wisdom apd under- nize that the poultry houso should adopted today by the house of depu- WHEN' UTILITIES SUFFER fulfill at least six main requirements. SO MUST THE CUSTOMERS standing? Job 2J:20-2ties of the Protestant Episcopal Who are the sons ot God? Ro- These aro: 1. Plenty of fresh air. t In tho United States in generChurch mans S:14. 2. Plenty of sunlight. 3. Dryness. problems Some present-da- y al convention. Where does perffct liberty exist? 4. freedom from drafts. 5. Durutility operators are frankly resolution, approved by a comTho 2 Cor. 3:17. 6. ability. Low cost. These points mittee headed by tho H:v. Dr. James dtr.cussqd in a recent statemov In What is necessary before we can aro discussed in detail in extension of Washington, D. C, the Indiana Public Servlco CommisIt. Freeman, circular No. 170 which has been precalled on tho ministry of the church sion. Tho commission regulating the ead others Into the paths of Psalm 51:12,13. pared by tho College- of Agriculture to teach the state's utilities, said: and school authorities What does Paul call the1 temple of to help farmors with their flock housHanctforf of law and government and "In time of adversity or hard appealed to officers of tho law to up- times, the private business ceases to God, and If we defile this temple, ing problems. It may be obtained free by writing the Experiment Stahold tho law and suppress, all forms down expenses by discharging men, what Is tho result? 1 Cor. 3:1G,17. 5 tion, Lexington. by cutting wages, by refusing to buy of mob violence. When you have an achoy, stretchy The resolutions as adopted were a. unless the prico is satisfactory, and. proposed if necessary, it reduces Its output or feeling and you aro dull, tired and combination of resolutions by tho Nov. Dr. C. 11. Wilmer, of At- closes up shop or waits for more discouraged it is a sign of approachFOR FLETCHER'S . D. prosperous times. The public utility ing malaria or chills. You should act lanta, Ga., nnd tho IUv. Dr. quickly to ward off an attack. Hor-bln- e It can do none of these things. Wing, of Savannah, Ga, offers you the help you need. It After reciting thaj there has been must continue to operate at full blast KENTUCKY ICE PLANTS . nn increase In violence thru mob ic regardless oi mo nature ot inu uiucs, destroys the malarial germ, drives tlon the resolutions conllnua: "Thero It must continue to borrow money at out all impurities and makes you feel Kentucky ranks nineteenth among appears" to ba a vory close and Jntl? excessive rates. It must continue to bright, vigorous and cheerful. Price the States of tho Union In tho value GOc. Drug Sold by Ohio County mato connection between these acts buy the materials and supplies reacm ot ice manufactured annually, of mob vlolbnce and tho recent rapid quired. It must retain Its full torco Company, cording to tho last United States Cenjjrowth of religious prejudices and of employes and Increaso tha force as A village newspaper contains this sus of Manufacturers. This census racial apathy favored by Certain thq demands fbr its servlco Increaso. reference to the local hospital shows that there are 99 Ice plantB in elements, in our country which, some- It cannot reduce salaries and wages achievements: "Our estesmod fellow Kentucky, and that the value of ico times in namo of patriotic American- - to tho tame extent as private busi- - citizen, Abner Drown, will go to tho manufactured in 1921 was 12,689 ism, have capitalized bigotry, hatred i ness, for its salaries and wages were hospital tomorrow toAio operated on 000. never increased' to anything like tho and intolerance:" for appendicitis. Ho will leave a If train- A resolution asking passage of laws heights ot private business. Irate Housewife Ain't you the wife and two children," xcsulatlus tho marrlagd of diseased cd employes were discharged, neces same man I gave a mince pie to last and dofoctlvo persons was adoptad I sary materials and supplies wore not "Dear," she said wistfully, "did Xmas? on hand, if money were not borrowed you ever love another girl?" by tho houso of deputies. Tramp (bitterly) No, mum, I'm Hope thnt rotations between the to make required additions, If Inex"Why, Mary," ho began. not; and wot's inore the doctors say Kastrru Orthodox Church and tho perienced, cheap labor wer& employ"No!" she shrieked "Lie to mo, I never will bo again. Life. Protestant Episcopal Church In the' ed, if money wero not borrowed to Jack lie to me and keep mo hap! "They say whisky shortens a man's United States, may bo tho foundation make required additions, thq servlco py!' Richmond Times Dispatch. ' on which the unity of all churches Immediately would suffer nnd tho palife." Why don't you I "Yes, but he sees twice as much in Mrs. Strongmind of ChrUtendom may bo built was ex- trons would bo the first bitterly to go to work? pressed by.JIelotlos, patriarch ot Con- complain. the.samo length of tlmo." Siren. r- Tramp Please, mum, I mado a stantinople, according to n report to Dcspondcncy. solemn vow 20 years ago that I'd DISEASES PLAY 1IAV00 the house of bishops today by the INMANYSiViMlimidM Itov. Dr. William Chauncoy Emhnrt, ' Sufferers from indigestion are apt never do another stroko of work till discouraged and feel that women was paid the same wages as flold director of the national foreign-bor- n to become ' Lexington, Ky., Sept, 16. Infec; American dJvUlon of tho Episj complete recovery is not to be hop- men, greattious swlno diseases, parasites and vaHo' got the dollar. copal Church. Dr. Emhart has Just ed for. No ono could make a er mistake. Hundreds havo been rious other troubles aro making, it . returned from the Near East, Wife (away from, home) Hor- Increasingly difficult Jor the Kennr. Rmhart brought with him a permun'ntly cured by taking Cham- , ..,. MoiiiiM nrtiirp.is'd Tablets and can now rors I I for jot to turn off tho elec- tucky farmer to produce pork tat a profit,' according to reports being thru eat anything that they cravo. These tric Iront Protestant Episcopal Church Husband It's all right, Nothing received by the veterinary departof Canterbury, in tablets, strengthen the stomach and I... nroM.uhnn enabje It to perform its functions will burn long I forgot to turn off ment of the Kentucky Agricultural which the Eastern Orthodox Church Kaspor ftxnnrlmnnt Rtntlnn from all over tlid formally accepted tho validity turally. It you have not tried them the water in the bath-tum (Stockholm.) bowel ' recognized do so at once. state. Cholora, abortion, of Augollcan orders and 8. g' i right-ousness? - i? 'i i"i) X jTrrm iHTTTT-niaro- QUESTIONS and Bible Answers 'he dull season of the farm poultry business close at hand, farmers have in excellent opportunity to get their hen houses ready for tho coming winter, poultryratn at the College of prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- By special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by mall, for only $3.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Now subscriptions may. if desired, Btart at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. It you prefer an evening ndwspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to tbls office. Children Cry. CASTOPfA - troubles 'and intestinal parasites be given a purgative and then moved have been on the Increaso and given to clean sod pasture after the o takes effect. Plenty of fresh considerable trouble during the last water, ground feed and the uso of few months, the reports Indicate, "Hogs should be vaccinated with an intestinal antiseptic havo been both the serum and virus In all cases found to be helpful in controlling this whore symptoms and. lesions indicate trouble. "Experiments aro under way on a that tho dlsoase may be cholera," Dr W, W. Dlmock, head of tho depart number of farms in the state to dement said. In early stages, many termine whether or not abortion in diseased conditions ot swlno show swlno can bo controlled by the use symptoms that aro common to chol- of vaccines. A number of sows In era. If tho owner waits for three or different herds that aborted this spring have boen vacciimjed and four days to make sure of tho s) to dotermino tho valuo of this a number of pigs may become the treatment. Tho vaccine is furnished infected and dlo provided disease is cholera. Even though tho frco by the station, "Tho common round worm of hogs dlsoaso Is not cholera the cost ot vaccination is not lost for tho own- seems to be the most troublesome er has an Immune herd once ho has parasite, this worm beingt most semedi-clnmp-tom- fl, ro-br- ed T na-ho- ad b. vaccinated. "Bowel troubles, which seem to be on the Increase, have boen Investigated at tho station for the last three years with the result that considerable progress has been made In controlling them. These troubles are most prevalent among shoats. As soon as trouble from this source be comes apparent, the animals should rious in pigs from four wee'fts to fire months old. Oil of chenopodiura, which may bo purchased at any druiy store, is said to give results equally as good as those obtained by tho use of higher priced drugs. Two cubic centimeters of the- oil of chenopodlum aro given with about 30 cubic rentl-mete- rs of castor oil to a pig wolghlns from 40 to 100 pounds. - -- U. .j, . v (The Hartford Republican COMPANY Pnbllshed Weekly by JUIKTFOILD PRINTING Incorporated. W. 8. TINSLR. Editor ud Business Manager. Entered according to law at tho Jtastoftice, Hartford, Ky., as mail tter ot the second class. Address all communications Ske Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO 8UBSCIUI1ERS Sabscribers desiring tbe paper sent 'to a new address must give the old iddress In making tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c er line, and 8c per 11 je for .each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions, tnd Cards Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for xich head line and slgnautre, money ' tm advance. Church Notices for services free, it JiBt word. Anonymous communications sracelve no attention. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual JFIUDAY, i 1 other advertisements, lc per will 59 SEPTEMBER 22 Is de Valera married? If so it would be a blessing to Ireland if bis wife were drawing a widow's Report of the Condition of The days, with bronchial trouble Is much We thought when Eck Rial mado Improved. arrangements with his 'father, the BANK OF HARTFORD Mr. Ira Taylor, of Cedar Hill, Kaiser, to collect his freight bills we Doing business In tho town of Hart- Tennessee Is visiting friends here. would have a pleasant time paying Mr. C. D. Bean and Mrs. Lou ford, County of Ohio, State of bills properly figured and everything, Fought attended the State Fair. Kentucky, at tho close ot OLATON, ROUTE 1. ' but good gosh, shucks! tho'dodrottcd Misses Clltfic Cooksey ohd Chris-t- a business on tho 15th day The situation with reference to the luck gets worse and worser. Bruner spent several days In tho organization of the dark tobacco of Sept., 1922. Mrs. Walker Myrtle and Mr. E. A. Cane Run neighborhood Inst yeck, marketing assoGrowers and G. J. White, Horse. Branch, Our wife says as how If that friend and nttended the protracted meeting ciation, In Ohio County, has materialResources Olaton, Route 1, were lu of ours who gave us that box of 100 changed within the past ten days. Christian, ly Loans and Discounts . . .$.385,542.87 being conducted thero by Revs. Bob Beaver Dam and Hartford Thursday, cigars had made It sugar, coffee, lard Oldham and Robinson. Conditions that existed a fortnight Overdrafts, secured and or flour it would have saved her some Mrs. Tom Whltworth, of Barretts ago are almost completely reversed. on business. unsecured 75C.25 Rev. Jackson Allen, Wife and thru'j trouble In the struggle for existence. Ferry, who has been visiting her sisTrospects at that time looked rather Stocks, Bonds and other Bea- ter, Mrs. Hiram Monroe, at this place, growers would children, of Roslne, were in of 5,050.00 tT""'" hundreds rather favored the ver Dam Saturday, guests of John F. We were In the bath tub when tho DueSecurities .,. Indianapolis, Ind., you from Banks 46,923.56 left Saturdny for Allen and Mrs. Allen.' They were flro alarm was given ast Sunday .organization, but they were not sign Cash on hand 11,192.44 where sho will make her homer to Echols, at morning and by the time we dried from ing the contracts, and, there are enrouteplaces Cromwell Rev. Allen had filled off, dressed nnd found our collar and Checks and other cash which scores of others who feel that someFOR SALE items 280.65 his regular appointments, the particular tie we had previously GO how, in some manner, they can, ACRE FARM, known as the Hallle McDanleI(Mrs. Mollie decided to wear Sunday, 'tonicked and Banking House, Furnl- Mrs. out of, tha- organization and reap 4G0onoiuucK uuvaii iarm, situaicu on the ture and Fixtures . . and Eva quick profits probably at the other r Allen and Misses Victoriam'otored to combed our hairs and got up to the public road between Select and Balzo-towAllen, of Beaver Dam. fire the house had just about burned expense. We would not fellow's contains nowly painted Total $454,245.77 Saturday, to attend the Ohio up, or maybe it was down as it dwelling with good barn and orchard. like to see any man suffer loss, In . Hartford Fair. Liabilities County caught from the top. Price $690. tobacco growing or otherwise, but Capital Stock paid In, In Prof. Claude F. Fralze left Sunday E. W. JACKSON, wo sincerely hope that there will not $ 40,000.00 cash Masonvlll?, where he has ac"Smoky" Jim Davis, of Route 3, "be enough tobacco left unpledged to for Beaver Dam, Ky. 25,000.00 cepted a position to teach In the Beaver Dam, came into tho qfJIce one Surplus Fund 4 litter a barn floor, In the Green River high school. Undivided Profits, l:ss exDistrict. Should that happen, and . Mrs. Tom Peach and daughter, morning this week with a five dollar WASHINGTON. penses and taxes paid 1,005.44 bill in his hand and said htf wanted ,it may, where will the' man on tho Inez Poach, of Williams Mine, to pay his subscription. When asked Deposits subMiss outside find a marketing place? The were at Rosine Sunday, visiting Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. Jt Mallaney and how he wished to pay he says "both ject to check $190,958.85 manufacturer, of course, wants his Allen and Mrs. Annie Earp. ways, one year back and one front." Time deposits $197,281.48 388,240.33 family of this vicinity wero Sunday Adelalne purchase of stock as cheaply as guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Ntwcomb Rev. Wlllnrt Halle motored to "but whatever he bos' to pry, Total $454,245.77 ot this vicinity. Sunday, where he attended It is becoming, a fad ni wrt nnilfniil)ii flmipn ir t r li Vltr Render Miss Vlrglellno Ncwcomb of thlsr ', ' I. T, Is simply " ," passed services at the Church of God church. amongst the fashionable young janes and his profits, place, spent a fow days this week and Jennie V. to have their little toes removed In State of Kentucky) Misses Juanita ,1 on to the. ultimate consumer. with relatives of Alexandria )Sct. Leach were slightly injured at Bea- - order to wear pointed shoes. Man , .. . .u. - ..,i vpr rj.,., Sun(lav afternoon, u. County of Ohio ) when the are the times we would havo liked Tigure all cost of producing, delivery Miss Versa Nowcomb who has be-Wo, Rowan Holbrook and C. O. In which they were riding plung to 'remove both feet of our wife. For to receiving stations, handling tind car over an embankment. The ac- - the most part we've had the feeling Hunter, and Cashier staying in Hartford with Mrs. J. S. ed interest, if any, in financing, togeth- cident resulted from having beefa of the above named Bank, do solemn- Leisure, returned to, her homo In on cold, wintry nights. er with a fair profit for labor and blinded by ly swear that the above statement Is this vicinity, Tuesday. heavy light from an the t -money invested in producing the crop, Mrs. O. R. Tlnsley and Miss Violet true to the best of our knowledge approaching automobile. Phyto Sallcl General Tonic. and pass the wholo to the purchaser. Allen of this place, wore in town Monand Mrs. J. F. Allen and Mr. and 'That's tho wholo becret of the situa- daughter, Miss Eva, were guests Sunday, shopping. ., LOUISVILLE MARKETS ROWAN HOLBROOK, tion and all there will be to It. Grow- day, of relatives at Williams Mines. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Sutton, of near C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. ers who want anything elseshould Cattlo Midweek trade brought Subscribed nnd sworn to before mo. Narrows, returned home 'Monday, afMr. and Mrs. Ray Daniel, of Rock-por- t, :not ally themselves with the associater spending soveral days with Mrs. were recent guests of Mr. Dan- out a fairly good number. Prices this 21st'day of September, 1922. tion, and we sincerely believe that ev- - iel's parents, J. A. Daniel and family, were generally steady on the desir My Commission Expires Jan. 17, Suttons' mother, Mrs. Pelia Bratch-e- r, ery producer of tho weed should bo and aunts, Mrs. L. L. Nowcomb. able kinds, while medium, and In- 1926. at Beaver Dam. jo. member. Not only do "wo believe W. S. TINSLEY, Notary Public. of this community.. A meeting Is reported for Olaton, ferior class s were slow and drag- this to bo true for the greater success to begin September 19th at the gy. The best heavy cows are in good Correct Attest: Phyto Sallcl for Rheumatism. of tho organization but for tho suc- Woodman Hall, conducted by Evan- demand; medium kinds slow; can-noC. O. HUNTER, cess of the individuals as well. It gelist L. $2.25 2. 5q bull trade strong; R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, J. Allen. ' Js any man's privilege to remain out, ROWAN HOLBROOK, Spurgeon Foster, of Horse Branch, tops, $4.25 4.50. Undertone full has studied the question, but was In Beaver if ho Dam Thursday, on bus steady on the best h&vy steers; few Directors. , ?we regard It almost us we do actions prime kinds offored; medium and iness. upon matters pertaining to support of FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall of tho inbetween steers, slow sale. Good tjovernment and constituted authori- Sandefur & Hall Grocery, In Beaver outlet for tho best quality stockprs ty. Every citizen should lend, no, Dam, drove to McIIenry to visit rela- and feeders; medium and common 240 acres of land, 2 miles from mot lend, but pay patriotic support tives Suijday. stockers plentiful and slow sale. Farl-l- y Llvermore, on public road. 25 'acres Tho we may be 4o government. good clenrance noted. tiled, 25 In clover, about 120 clearWilbert Haljo contemplates a trip wrong, wo can't but feel that, every Calves Market active and 50c ed. Everlasting well of water on place to Alabama soon, to attend tho an- tobacco grower should loyally sup$11 down; and in & mile of school. .Will sell convention of Church of God hBher. Best-vea- ls port this move to obtain tbe rights nual will convenethe Birmingham. d,um-- and common kinds slow from In two tracts or as a wholo. Easy in that the wholo body is justly ontitled terms, See , t.UU((PO. in rlnlm ns Its own. If we were Hogs Mnrket steady. Best hogs MARY HARDIN, Mr. C. D. Bean, of Dundee, went !n nhnt ho mnMpr wft wn.ii.i 165 to'300 jiounds $9.80; 120 to 165 12t2 Llvermore, Ky. last week, where ho at-- e pounds, s'"isvllle try to aid our support. Even though $9.50; 300 pounds up $8.- wore very much In doubt we feel ended the s,ate FaJr- - nnd has ainco 90; pigs, 120 lbs. down $8; throw-out- s , OLATON n the EUoat of h,s da"Bhter, Mrs. that we would say yes, with the ma- $7 down; stags $5.40 down. He wl" l0aVe LUlS' jorUy we are-- casting our lot, and L,,ZZ, Sheep generalMr, Daniel left last WednesI v,Uo tomorrow for Des Moines, Iowa, ly steady, and Lambs Trado thereby make It unanimous. with demand active. Beet day for Harper, Kansas. iu uiifiiu iru auonai nineampmeni "bs $12 down; seconds and butchMiss Sadie St. Clair, of Las VeThe President's veto of tho Soldler-TJonu- s of the G. A. R. er Iambs $6.50(08. Tho best fat gas, New Mexico, who is visiting relabill Is most certain to be light sheep, $4.50 down; heavy sheep tives in Kentucky, was tho guest of NOTICE tersely criticised by' qulto a large A. W. May, last week. Miss $3 down; bucks $2.50 03. St. men, but number of tho Clair will enter school at Bowling Butter, Eggs and Poultry. Notice is hereby given that Sam not by all of them by any means. Buying prices net to shlppr" the Green, this week. As wo have heretofore remarked, Crowe and other citizens and land shipper paying freight and drayage Mr. James Goff and crow o'f tie served In tbe U. owners living Inl the Roslne land charges are: onan of those-whloaders, are loading the ties from tbe S. Army during tho late war did bo Horse Branch voting precincts will. Butter Country packing stock 19 Olaton yard this week. At a very great financial sacrifice. on Monday, October 2nd, 1922, file cents lb. Mrs. M. C. Stone Is on the sick Ho war has ever been engaged in j In tho Ohio County Court their Eggs Candled, first 26c dozen; list. this was not the case, none tlon petitioning tho Honorablo R. R. seconds 20c. Mr. G. J. Hoover of Dans, was In ever, will bo. Hardships and sacri- - Wedding, Judge of the Ohio County Poultry Hens, 1517c lb.; town Monday. flees must be endured as battles ure . Court, to have W. W. Hatler remove spring chickens, 20c lb.; roosters 7c Mr. C. B. Lyons attended the State waged, not only by those actually certain gates which have heretofore lb.; ducks old 10c; young, 15c; gsese Fair, at Louisville last week. taking a part but by a largo element been erected and nro now being main- - 7c lb.; turkeys, No. 1, 33c lb.; guin Mr. M. S. Patterson has built a of tboso who must remain out ot talned by tho said W. W. Hatler over eas old 25c each; young guineas 1 veranda to the house occupied by C. military service as well. As Presi- and across tho Roslne and Horse lbs. 60c each. W. Browc. o Branch public highway, dent Harding points out in his which hlgh-- J Grain. Mrs.Doe Cooksey Is visiting her of disapproval, the Government way runs through the said Hatler's Wheat No. 2 red $1.17 bu.; daughter, Mrs. A. G. Daniel, of DunIs making all provpremises. lias made and ' 'wagon vheat 3c bu. less. dee. Givon undor my hand thWhe 19th ision for those who were incapacitated Corn No. 2 white 70c; No. 2 yelMr. L. B. Cannon went to Owens-bor- o In the Nation's day of Soptembor,' 1922. "by reason of servlco ' 13t2 low 70c; No. 2 mlxbd 70c. Monday. SAM CROWE, et al., hehalf. The. National outlay for vo- Oats No, 2 whiio 43c; No. 3 white Miss Nina Lyons, who has been In hospl- By Dennis Ashloy, Road Engineer. 42c. Micatlonal training, nursing confined to her home for soveral the football period begins, to be followed by the basketball era but thru-othe latter reaches of time and Jong after, the moth ball survives. Just as the baseball season ends ut tals and for compensation of those disabled amounts to far in excess of a n per year, which this year docs not Include- - $35,000,000 appropriated for the erection of hospitals etc. ThtTtotal estlmato of expendi tures for caring for those actually Injured while In service Is figured to be moro than $25,000,000,000 to say nothing of tho Immense, sum that will eventually bo paid out In the form men of pensions as the begin to roach middle life- and beyond. With no provision mado In tho bill as passed by Congress for a source from' which the, perhaps more than $4,000,000,000, to bo paid out to those soldiers not in any manner Injured, is to come from wo fail to see Just how tbo President could havo dono otherwise Wars must always be fought'by those of military ago and physically fit. There Is no way, thero can bo no way around that phase of tho question. Heretofore no country in so far as our limited knowledge extends, ever granted n promiscuous bonus to its discharged and uninjured soldiers, that is, such as this proposed, and no Nation has ever before paid out so much per capital for discharged, Incapacitated soldiers as'' the United States has and is now doing and will continue'to do in the years ahead. We yield nothing to any man In honoring those who partrlotically serve their Country, whether it be in war or otherwise, but when that Country makes ample, literal provision for the caro of those disabled In the service to go beyond that we are not of those who believe it exactly proper or the best thing to do. The text of the veto may be found on, another page hereof. half-blllloable-bodied STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFluko.) If v-- 1 zzzzi:vl Due to a mess of advertising' and other stuff of llttlo Interest, this column was last week, but wo are determined that our readers are not to escapo this issue. side-swipe- d Let Us Show You MONARCH Ernest Blrkhcad bids fair to lore a lot of good business, us an Owens boro Funeral director and'undcrtal:-In- g getting ncxtto Doctor Riley with their advertisement, literature and for all we know establishment Is 7ii I ' I I iiH I Why tho woman who owns a "Malleable Rango Is ys (1 assured of" cmutnut and and riveted Mills, air- factory service. Malleablo'Iron commission sheets. If we were a lawyer, expert and adept In tho statues pertaining to descent and distribution we would, like tho undertaker, form sonre sort of al liance with these medicos. We had Bat Nail press a couple of pairs of breeches during tho hot weather and whtlo Ice water was good drinking ho was a bit afraid to dun us, and, now as tho time draws nigh for the use of fire ho yet hesitates to try to make us pay him. tight construction permits quicker heating and moro even, baking it also reduces tho fuel cbsts to . ' raln-Imum. HE01 BJl Swll JjBR Jrm k I I BWil 1 f Afeg I Como In and soo our coin plot o il lino and learn of tho attractive prices at which you can buy a MONARCH . mm-J- BJ t IMBiWJ . mia MALLEABLE The "Stay Satisfactory" Ikin; ww s 1 J 1 I IB( Ernest Ellis, the Ellis Ico Compa- w f lrH ny, puts on a cold, pinched and un pleasant expression as the hot weather Is on the wane. Wo suggest that the ico company join the coal pro-- uucers and wear a smilo tho year ACTON BROS. - HARTFORD, KY. Report of tho condition of The I round. FARMER'S BANK Doing business at tho town of CetKer-towCounty of Ohio, State ot Kentucky, at the closo of business on 15th day of Sont- cmbor 1922. P I n, Loans and Stock's, Bonds' ami" Vthcr .. Resources B'l ij.A Discounts. v. .$130541. 5S ' .,",,. Securities ...;:..-.- . Due from Banks' Cash on hand . . ; Banking House, Furniture 12,100.00 169,364.99 8,692.64 and Fixtures Total 2,459.70 $223,15S91 ln - ' !.. .. Liabilities Capital Stock paid in, in , In cash ). $ 15.000.0 10.000.qJ Surplus Fund Undivided Profits1. Ycig ex- - i A penshs andtaxcspald I .3,5 1; 27 Deposits Subject to check $130,079".'2S.i,,4 Time D:poslts 58,534.36 194.6U.04 Total $223,155 91 n, . State of Kentucky) , )Sct. County of Ohio ) We, W. II. Bean and Alvln Rowe. President and Cashier of tho abovo named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement is truo to tho best of our knowledge nnd belief. W. H. BEAN, President, ALVIN ROWE, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 21st day of September, 1922. My Commission Expires Oct. 20th, 1925. PEARL TICHENOR, Notary Public. Correct Attest: W. 11. We-notic- e. ... I Just. I r '- n Vice-Preside- nt 3-- f. Vice-Pros- I1EAN. ALVIN ROWE, L. C. .MORTON, ' , rs Directors. I OHIO COUNTY me-whi- ch ' ' nt School Fair FORDSVILLE, KY. bf Ue' Eln October 20-- 2 1 o J petl--where- in Programs will be mailed to teachers later.' CLARENCE MASON, Ch'm'n. WILL PARK, Sec'y. mes-Bag- I 4 i Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses The season is now here for your Fall Ready-to-Wea- r. We are in a position to show you the greatest variety that it has been our privilege to show in years; The styles Messrs. A. C. Acton, and Louis tpent Monday In Morgantown, on business. Fulkcrscn, city, I Messrs. J. 0. Westerflcld, Hartford, Route C, and J. L Patton, Ralph, wero In Hartford "EnaJday. Mrs. Maudo Stor.c rolurn'd to Hen derson Tuesday .after spending sev eral days In Hartford, the guest of friends. Mr. Louis Fulkbrson, city, left Tuceday morning for Flint, Mich., from which point h& will roturn with a Butck automobile, for Acton Bros. , COOPER BRO.'S Fall Showing OP are prettier and the prices are lower than heretofore. COATS $7.50, $10.00, $15; , $20.00, $25.00 to $50.00. COAT SUITS $15, $18.50, $20.00, $25.00 to $45;00. DRESSES $7.50, $10, $15, $20.00 to $35.00. ' A complete line of Misses' Mr. and Mrs. Bunyan Wells, aro tho parents of a fine baby born, Friday, September 15. little fellow has been christened K. city, boy, Tho Carl Mr. and Mra. Mclvln C. Brownings of Russellvltlo, arrived in Hartford Friday of last week, to spend sovcral days with relatives and attend the MILLINERY Will be on display any time you wish to see it. VH Fair. Mrs. Cartlo Bennett returned to her homo In Urcman, Ky. Monday, after spondlng several days in this city, the guest of her aunt, Mrs. L. E. Potter. LOST: Bunch of Keys on Bcavor Dam and Horton road, near Iron bridge. $5.00 reward. Notify H. J. BOYD, Martwlck, Ky. 3t and Children's garments, all shades, qualities and prices from $1.50 to $15.00. 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. . MILLINERY Misses Leila Glenn and Clyde Bolton, of Central City, spent tho weekend n Hartford,, tho guest of Miss Glenn's parents, Judge and' Mrs. J. S. Glenn, Mrs. Laura Ind., is Mrs. 'Joe S. friends in the mer home. McKianey, of Evans-vlli- o, tho guest of Mr. and Bennett, and other Beda country, her for- No more complete found than can be had in this department. Consult our milliner for your needs. She will be glad to' give you information. A few hours spent in our store will convince you that we are headquarters. When the latest is out, you will find it at our store. SEE US. We Have Our Store Full of New Merchandise for Fall Such as Dress Goods of all kinds from the cheapest tip. We e Dresses, $15.00 carry a full line of Coat Suits and one-piec- J4z&Ca The Hartford Republican FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER .Home-mad- Mrs. Salll? Drake, of South has been the guest of relatives In Hartford, Kronos and other points in Ohio County for the past spvoral days. Car-rollto- n, Mr. and Mrs. J. Leslie HagermanCentertown, Route 1, spent the week end in Hartford, tho guests of Mr. Hagrriflan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, v Y. Hagerman. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embrey and - e 13-- 3t candles and pies at HEG'S. daughters, MIsses Beda and Eva, of Neafus, spent Friday and Saturday in Hartford tho guc3ta cf Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stewart. to $50.00. Men's and Boys" 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. V Yours for Quality, . EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. SMOKE j Mrs. Cordelia Petty, Mrs. J. M. Carter, of Narrows, was Smith and daughters, Amanda and a visitor at th.'s ottlco Monday. Anna Mao, of Narrows, spent the wcok-en- d In Hartford, the guests of Esqulro O. E. Scott and C. C. Denfriends and relatives. nis, of Prentiss, were In Haitford v Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Oppe Klttlnger, sons daughters, Oscar and Cecil and J. H. Davis, Beaver Dam Route 3, Gladys and Katherlne, of Owens-borwas a pleasant caller at this ottlco wero guests of Mr. and' Mrs. P. Tuesday. B. Taylor, city, Sunday. C. C. o, COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Mr. J, F. Barrett, of Whltesvllle, ., - . ,. rw. iuu speni mesuay iu iiuruuru, .1. b""H of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Barrett. ...l PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Bananas, Oranges and Lemons at 13t3 ' HEG'S. Para-dll- c, "v - Esqutru J. II. Miles of near va3 iu Hartford Monday. Miss Sudle Allen, city, is spending Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Davis and little R. F. grand-soC. B. Jr., returned to their er Jones and Mr. Jones, in Madisonvllle. homo at Horse Branch yesterday, Hamburgers, days with Mr. spondlng several For Hot.Soup, Hot Miss Rea Iglehoart, of Centertown, and Mrs. Luther L. Leach, city. and 15ee Stew drop in at HEG'S. In Hartford, the spent the week-en- d 13t3 guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. James Caskoy Bennett, of Central City, and son, Oscar, J. G. Duvall, of Rockport, was .a week-en- d were Mr. and Mrs. Alney Tlchenor, of of Brandenburg. caller at this office, wbilo in town, tho Central Grovo country, were guests of their daughter and sister, Saturday, . pleasant callers at this office- Tues- Mrs. Hlnton Leach and Mr. Leach, city.. and Field day. Bale-tie- s, Barbed Wire Fence. See W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Mrs. Yelser Lashbroolts and little Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hoover, city, 10" Hartford, Ky. will spend Sunday with Mrs. Hoover's sons, Lodford Freonian end Austin Hess, at Morris, of Masonvlllo, wero guests FOR SATURDAY Fresh Oysters, fathor, Mr. Willard Saturday and Sunday of Mrs. Lash-brok- s' , (Pork Brains, Pork Chops and Cat father, Judgo jf D; Holbro 13tl Fish aV'HEQ!S. died and Mrs. Holbrook, city, Mrs. Nannie Richardson, r'; Tuesday tho 19th, of cancer, Burial W. V. Mldklff, Route 1, Fordsville, 20th at Bethel burying Mrs. Leslie Stewart and llttlo in was a caller at this office while v occurred the daughter, Katherlne Rhea, Jiave regrounds, , Hartford Tuesday. turned to their home in, the Central Mrs. Rufus Balrd, of Beaver Dam, Grovo country, after spondlng three of Beaver Jllsa Muriel Hocker, spent last week with Mr. and Mrs. J. weeks, in this city, tho guests of Mrs. Bam, spont .Saturday with Mr. and, A. Baird, city, and. other relatives Stewart's mother. Mrs. C. B. Howard. Mrs. A. I. Nail, city. near town. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Smith and son, Fordsvlllo, Rov.' II. C. Truman, of Tho Httla son, born to Mr. and Edward, of Madlsonvlllo, arrived in was a guest of friends in this city Mrs. Dallas Wright, of Jingo, Septem- Hartford, Friday of last weok to atMonday and Tuesday. ber 19th, died wlthlu a few minutes tend tho Fr.lr and visit relatives. Mr. Smith nrid son, returned homo Memphis, after birth. Mr.' M. T. Callihan, of Sunday, whllo Mrs. SDlth remained Term!, spent Monday and Tuesday in Mrs. Margaret Townscnd, of Cob-de- n. over during tho wool;. Hartford, with friends. In Hartford Monday, 111., Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, city, spent 'Wednesday of last weok in Owens-bor- o. Cures Malaria, Chills, FevMiss Ida Mario Bennett, Center-tow- n, er Bilious Fever, Colds mid Routo 1, was tho week-en- d LaGrlnpe. GOtSOt guest of Misses Ruth Tlchenor and Irene Rhoads at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Altha Addington, of Kronos, Mrs. A. J. Williams, city. guest of Mr. and was tho week-en- d Mrs. Owen Hunter, city. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Russell and daughter, Miss Lillian will leave next Messrs. Watt Taylor and .Roscoe week for Arcadia, Florida, where they Bishop, of Routo 1, Centertown, were will spend the wlntor. They will visitors at this offlco Tuesday. make, the trip by automobile. 666 ... . READS ODDLY STRUNG i mV wta" Hevs. T. T. Frazler and R. D. Bennett, city, are attending the M. E. Conference, In session at Central City. Mrs. Albro Duncan and little son, Henry Yeager, of Maceo, are visiting Mrs. Duncan's slstor, Mrs. B. H. Ellis and Mr. Ellis, city. Mesdames Rowan Holbrook, Jno. ' J. R. Plrtlo and T. T. Fran sign "Dlnty Moore's Place", zler aro among thoso who will" go to M. written In box car. letters over a va Central City 'today to attend tho cant soft drink stand on West JefE. Conference, at that place. ferson street, indicates there must In tho em- be a lot of Maggies' living down in Mr. Bud Yelser, who is ploy of the Timber Prbducts Preserv- that neighborhood. ing Company, Louisville, spent the Big headlinos In Monday's Times week-en- d at his homo here. He reby announced that Buddy McPheag bad accompanied turned Sunday, filed a petition in bankruptcy. I rt Messrs., John T. King, city, and TJnsloy and Ulysses' Trpgden, hunted Buddy up or particulars, explained In a matter-of-faof the Washington country, who "Oh," he way, 'Uho story got abroad that employment with the have accepted my application for appointment as a same Company. prohibition enforcement officer had down, and my creditors Collins, stenographer been turned Miss Lurene swooped down on mo llko a school of for the- Wickliffe Coal Co., of Greens sharks on a wounded whale." "Well, ville, is taking a two weeks' vaca- Buddy," nskef sympathetically, "do tion, and is visiting her parents, Mr. you have anything to fall back on?" and Mrs. R. T. Collins, city, Miss ftltV.r IS To which ho replied unconcernedly: IfntltlfXlV., nnllln'o elctoi. WW. .tit w oow., Mid " filling her position in her absence.. "Only tho old woman's washln.' parTho former, together with her Tho old philosophers disputed for ents, will go to Loulsvlllo within the five hundred years whether tho chief next few days to visit another sls nd of llfo was vlrtuo or happiness, tor, Miss Mary Warren, stenographer forgetting that tho ono follows the Tobacco Com for the Axton-Fishnight follows the day. pany, of that city. They will also other as tho bespend a few days in Chicago, 111., Angered at tho coal operators, fore returning. Henry Ford vents his wrath on his seventy-fiv- e thousand employes. arrived A gentleman of Arizona once Hang guest of her noico, Mrs. 8. Is teach- ed himself to tho bedpost by his Miss Eva Mae Smith, who to bo tho Robert Rusher, of Fordsville, was j. Wedding,. for several days. I said to a friend from Hartford Whltcs-vllling at Herbert, near suspenders. The verdict of the coro Tuesday, and called at in Hartford I will not call his name who was at tpent Saturday with her par- ner's Jury wasr week, this "office, while hero. Mr. and Mrs. Borry L. Taylor and ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, city. "Deceased came to his death by tending the Stato Fair last near town, spent Sun- She was accompanied by Miss Agatha coming home full and mistaking "Alex, did anybody,come up with of ' Best quality Rye and Timothy seed. children, city, as guests of Mr. Tay- Payne, of jlerbert, and Messrs Ray- himself for hi pants." Everybody's. you?" He answered la a whisper, day in tho bulk--. Turnip seed in though nobody was in earrshot, "I parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. B. mond and Herman Newton, of 4 lor's ' ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO., am mighty sorry to say thero was Pbyto Sallci at all Dealers. , Taylor. ' Hartford, Ky. tho week with her aunt, Mrs. n, I would sooner rob a man of hi money than hl3 religion, whatever (By I. D. Claire) his religion,--, unless Ivcould replace it Clothes may not mako tho man, with a better religion. but away back when they woro 'em Tho chief reason for man's disthey went a long way towfird making appointment with man is that man the woman. expects to much of man. Most of tho railway shopmen ;who If you 'would be happy and do were recently striking for higher wages, aro now striking for lower somi good In tho world laugh with your friends and at.your enemies. wages. . t af,-t- B. Wilson I thought it optimism old maid "I would summer spring." a splendid example of when I heard recently anl say to her younger sister, rather be the last roso of than tho first violet of - Ho-ba- ct I can't quite understand tho quality of piety .of thw man who In .obeying tho scriptural Injunction to lovu one's neighbor as one's self persists in including his neighbor's wlfo. Mc-Hen- had been brought The out and disposed of, and now for two hoars Mutty and his friend had homo-brew - '.. been expecting tho worst. "Shay, Bill" "''Whashor masher?" "Th-the- y shay If you look 'am y eye, won't straight In o bite you." th-thtbo-the- -- , Visitor What- do you call this? - er Clerk No, Mr. Bonds,, president of our "concern, just dropped dead la his private office, and the boys are moving up into their new positions as quickly as possible' so that no time will be lost. Who was that lady you Just bowed to? He That was,, tho second wife, of . the third husband of my first wife. . '. "Why do women wear shoulder straps on their gowns?!' "Well, its that or nothing;" Sbo 0 Fire drill? 4 o, , 10tf ... i . slnco by Its use I at least a I $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- processes. Tlio proteins to be tested, those from brans, for instance, are placed In glass containers in n dilute solution of hydrochloric acid similar to that found normally In tlio stomach, the proper quantity of popsln Is added, and tho mlxtu.ro Is placed In an Incubator where tbo temperature Is kept nt the same point ns. that of tho hu man stomach, about 37 degrees cenaro sampled and analyzed. Tho digestive effect Is measured by tho ratio of what is known as amino nitroBy running gen to total nitrogen. through cooked and uncooked protein from beans it Is possible to determine which Is tlio more easily nct-o- d upon by the chemicals in this artificial ttomach, and, consequently j by tho stomach itself. After the food has been acted upon by the pepsin and hydrochloric acid, it Is treated with trypsin and a dilute alkaline solution, as nearly ns possible like tho digestive Juices found In tho small Intestine. This second process tells the Investigator what tho probable digestive action on any particular food will bo in the Intestine. In the human or animal body there are, of course, other factors that enter into tho digestion of food or feeds but the "artificial stomach" wfll tell If one protein Is nioro digestible than another and whether it Is more digestible when cooked or raw.-I- t does not tell what kinds of protein are contained In a food or whother th variety Is sufficient for all tho needs of the body. of the coast species parent. Tho stait is possible to part of the digestive tion hybrid strawberries are being Imi-tatd successfully grown and producing berries of cxcelknt quality. Several hundred seedling potatoes ujo being tested to datermlno their value for Alaskan conditions. Difference in Xuim-- a A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of w of Wheat Pecdi. Sectional differences in tho use of nnmes for of wheat aro often confusing, says the United States Department of Agriculturo in calling attention to tho terms used In the regions growing tho throe principal types of wheat. The near Northwest, which Includes Minnesota, the Dakptas, and parts of adjoining Stntoi, grows hard spring wheat; the Southwest, also Nebraska and Kansas, grows hard winter wheat; and tho East and States as far west as Missouri and Iowa grow soft winter wheat. Of course, these areas over-ln- p to somo extent. Most of the confusion has been caused by different names for shorts and middlings. In some parts of the country these terms aro used synonymously, In others ono irny bo used to the exclusion of tho other. Where both are used thore seems to be a tendency to apply the term "sh6rts" to the coarser materials such ns standard middlings; and tho term "middlings" to tho finer materials, such as red dog flour. While thero often may bo considerable differences, in the composition of be-cau-so tigrade. After n certain number of hours tho contents of the container AND- $1.75 i Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. iai The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. You Should Read The Louisville Herald State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. Cray Mlddllnsg, White Middlings, Wheat Mixed Feed. A healing wonJcr for natal catarrh, ore throat and soro cye Economical. "Shlpstuff" Is a term that has been CTItCUlT COURT rlcuimo anJ used in the past for various wheat byMeets first Monday In March, May flu ltraonury 50c, all dmtgUu. tnnM . Lr I Susalo or m.TU . lhtKlWtTcartCanntBT.Dolon.M. no very definite and July; third Monday in September girls baked 370,000 loaves of tempting the formation of any proproducts. It has Club gram, an dmust use care, patience, exmeaning, altho it seems to apply only and fonrth Mondny ln November: bread last year In connection with to wheat products. ndgc Qcorgo S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. tension club work carried on by cou- and skillful questioning at the connty extension workers, according to re- ference of the community program Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, ports to the United States Depart- committee In determining the real Calhoun. A model of the poultry house reproblems. When the program is com ment of Agriculture. More than commended for farm flocks by tho Clerk Frank Black. EUIs. girls learned to make and Judge pleted, the demonstrations should he State college of agriculture, attach- Master Commissioner B. H. ARM $T meetings, ,3ood bread in these clubs during tho followed by Trustee Jury Fund L. B. TIchenor. ed to the county extension agent's au. I w tours, and other publicity in order to Prw year. COUNTY COURT tomobile, has been carried by the get the largest possible number of agent in. McDonald County, 'Mo., on Convenes first Monday In each Farmers and farm women have re- - people to accept the practices which his demonstration trips for several month: - tho demonstrations have shown to be ently celebrated the tenth annlvermonths. Special demonstrations of Judge R. R. Wedding. sary of theibeginnlng of agricultural worth while locally. 5LA. its construction were given at 14 County Att'y- - Otto C. Martin. De extension work in community fairs. As a result, 21 Guy Ranney. Clerk Xalb County, 111.; Sussex County, N. Airplane Dusting Umi1 In Control of new poultry houses, modeled on this Sheriff O. A. Ralph; Deputies: Cotton Worm. 3.; Cape Girardeau County, Mo.; and type, aro under construction in the Mack Cook, Iris Render, George JG- L- aLL;TJ Ohio according to Portage County, Airplane dusting as a means of county, according to reports to the P. Jones. reports to the United States Depart-- ! control for cotton-lea- f worms is be1 U. S. Department of Agriculture, and 1HL Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe Old Fashioned The first coun ing given a thorough test by the ment of Agriculture. 27 poultry houses were remodeled Remedy fir Woras QUARTERLY COUItT :ty extension agont began work in United States Department of Agricul- , More than 2,000 acres of Whitley last year. Seyenty firaeari contin. Texas in 190G. Organized extension j turc ln codporation with the War De- - county farm land are expected to be Convenes first Monday in each month. uouauae ia thabeitteati. -work is now being carried on in over partment, which Is loaning planes seeded with. cover crops this fall to mooiai fkey's vumrua FISCAIi COURT Two hundred and sixty thousand 2,100 counties and pilots for experimentation. The pro'tect them from erosion and leach- farm famllLs either made their first can offer you. Keep a bottle alwayt on work is going on at tho Delta Labora- ing during the winter. County Agent Convenes Tuesday after first Monhome garden or changed their preLand. It will help keep day in January; first Tuesday In Ki'turn Profit to tory of the Bureau of Entomology, E. P. Davis says. Jinny the little ooea healthy vious ways of gardening in 1921, as a April and October, R. R. Wedding nt Tallulah, La., under the direction ors. Citrus Grain aad happy. result of demonstrations of Improved County Judge, presiding. 30c a bottl l your drat rfrt'a or To offset tho serious losses In the of U. n. Coad. 125 Years of Agricultural Investigamethods by agricultural extension Ctncralttore or if your dtftler The necessity for reaching every unlupplyjrou.eniliinuiia cltnn fruit .Industry occurring thru tion In Alaska. according to reports receiv- 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. agents, d 30c in Utntii and we'll or oversized part of a large nrea as rapidly as pos2nd District W. C. Knott, "bruised, undorslzad, In 1S97 tjio present chief of the ed by the U. S. Department of aad you bonlo promptly. usuoranges, grapefruit, and lemons E. a $. Fin, blfewt. HI sible in casa of a severe infestation division of Insular stations, States Re3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons ally allowed to go to waste, the Bu- led to those experiments, which havo lations Service, made a survey of 4th District J, R. Murphy, Fords-vlllreau of Chemistry of the United so far given very encouraging re Alaska for the United States Depart"Allen county farmers .are contributStates Department of Agriculture has sults. The width of spread taken at ment of Agriculture to determine the ing toward tho success of tho drive Sara II. Holbrook, HartInvestigated methods for getting by a trip by the plant is yet to ba de- agricultural and horticultural possi- Which the extension division of the nth DistrictR. F. jD. No. 4. ford, WILL products that will return a profit to termined, but It is knovn that the bilities of the Territory. An experi- College of Agriculture is conducting TAKE the grower. Somo of these pioducts dust delivery from a plane can be ment station was established shortly throughout the stato against scrub Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, R. F, .D .No. 2. a afterwards at Sitka. The visit of the breeding animals, County Agent A. Tequlre a preiliinnlnry exponse for controlled to poison effectively 'quipmotit. bu it 1 us boeii .1 n.oi.- - strip of any desired width from 20 chief was recently repeated, to learn M. Allen says. Thirteen of them 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. Pirated that the investment can soon to 400 feet. About 2 pounds of cal at first hand tho development that havo enrolled In tho movement by 1)0 made profitable. cium arsenate to tho aero insures a has taken place in the intervening 25 agreeing to use nothing but purebred HOARD OF EDUCATION A Treatment Grapefruit Jttlco, which is increas- very through dusting. years. sires In nil their breeding work. JTjjyr for WEAH Superintendent Mrs. K S. Mason. A hopper without any feed meing in popularity, can bs easily made It has been fully demonstrated that Convenes First Monday in every LUHGS or If directions for pressing, straining, chanism whatever has been develop- Alaskan agriculture can bo A campaign designed to eradicate month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, pasteurizing, clarifying, sweetening, ed, using the air curront created ,by There are now five Alaskan tuberculosis from McLean county and Secretary-TreasureCONSUMPTION r. and bottling the Juice aro carefully tho plane to deliver the dust and experiment stations at Sitka, Ram- herds Is going forward rapidly, CounA. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, followed. These directions may bo break it up Into very fine particles. part, Kodiak, Fairbanks and Matan-usk- a ty Agent It. II. Ford says. A total R. R. F. D. No. 6. tho department. A Tho speed and thoroughness with obtained from which have introduced a num- of 125 animals havo been listed by W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart- A quick relief for (hat tired, rundown feeling, couchi, palni in cbett. night iwcaU, hemorMend or grapefruit Juice with logan- which this is accomplished, the ber of Improved varieties of hardy their owners to bo tested for tho rhage!, weak lunj, or contumpllon. II II dota-aa- t ford, R. F. D. No. 3. http you It coats you ootblot. been found popular. amount of adhesion to the plants and grains, including wheat, oats, rye, berry Juice has Nat Lindley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. Orango vinegar is a satisfactory sub tho economy of operation, have been and barley, nil of which aro being OHIO MEDICAL GO. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. stitute for apple vinegar and should advantages obtained by tho use of successfully grown on Alaskan farms, county Claud Renfrow, Dundee A total of 380 Grayson Even with a small aa well as vegetables, fruits and or- farmers and poultry keepers havo lie made from cull lemons or limes, the airplane. Examinations. hopper necessitating frequent land- namentals of various kinds. These been taught the method of separating If proper apparatus Is Installed. For Common School Diplomas citrus ings, about 250 acres of cotton can havo aided settlers materially in in- tho laying and loafing hens In their from Other fruits often wasted includo candled ba treated In an hour, although creasing their local food supply and flocks by moans of nine poultry cull- Fourth Frday and Saturday ln Jancitrus peel, for use as a confection or there may be a stiff breeze blowing. lu Improving their homo suriound-lng- s. ing demonstrations held recently by uary, and Second Friday and SaturIjy bakers, in place of citron, marma- The cost of operation appears to bo Whereas only two satisfactory County Agent, It. W. Scearco and the day in May. To be held lu Fords-villBeaver Dam and Hartford. much lower than the cost for mules gardens were growing in southeastern extension division of the College of lades, jellies, butters and pectin. For Teachers' Certificates Third and labor for operating the number Alaska in 1897, excellent crops of Agriculture nt Lexington. The ownDemonstrates Making of it Communi- of dusting machines which the plane radishes, lettuce, onions, potatoes, ers of 40 flocks ln the county report- Friday and Saturday ln May, June Except notlco Is replaces. ty Progi'iim of Work. In addition thero is enor- peas, beans, cabbage, cauliflower, ed that they handled a total of 1,700 and September. A demonstration of the develop- mous saving In chemicals, as tho cal- turnip, ahd other vegetables are now hens, 450 of which proved to bo low given to tho contrary the latter exment of a community program of ex- cium arsenate dust Is distributed so growing almost everywhere. In many producers that had stopped laying un aminations will be hold in Hartford. i OTHER OFFICERS tension work was given nt tho annual much more effectively. places strawberries, raspberries, cur- til spring. extension conference) of Louisiana rants, and gooseberries are producR. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner ngents of tho U. S. Department of Glass Ktoninrh Indicates Digestibility ed abundantly. PeeLrlcht all tho time. Don't lay oft 20 Stilcw of Purebred Pullets aro Fordsvllle. jruui vvutk iur uuys oy laKmjr calomel of Foods. Agriculture and tho State agricultural C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo Small dairies havo bosn establishSurveyor Scheduled. when pleasant keeps yo It is now possible to determlno the ed near a number of Alaskan towns. college, held in Baton Kouge In AuLexington, Ky., Sept. 16. Twenty Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo relieving your troujx y comdigestibility of the protoln in foods At Skagway oats and vetch were auction sales to dispose of approxigust. A program for a near-ble. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don1 Run. take anything else. You can't afford, and whother or not It is necessary to grown this year to fill a silo for win- mately 8,550 purebred pullets of the munity was completed before an HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By of extension agents and farm- cook them, without conducting feed- ter feed for the cows. White Plymouth Rock, Barred Ply Pollco Judge -- 3. D. Holbrook. tem and rcliovcs constipation, a, A nat ers, with tho assistance of four farm- ing tests, thus saving much time and Among the striking Investigations mouth Rock, White Wyandotte and j Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. ural remedy, natural In its actions, aur. ers, who discussed tho loading agri- expense, say Jho specialists of the II In its effect and certain in results. at tho Sitka station are those with slnglo comb Rhode Island Red breeds Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. bo long beforo of Chemistry, United States De- straw-berriwin cultural interests of this community and potatoes. More have been scheduled for Kentucky ROCKPORT completely displace calomel in evert, and what they considered the most partment of Agriculture, who have than 2,0U.O hybrid strawberries came Oct. 7 and Nov. 20 In connechomo. Children can tako it freely sm Robert L- - Green, Judge. rdapted a chemical method to this Into bearing in July, the result of tion with the poultry,standardlzation pressing problems. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarLee W. Pherson, Marshall. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles Non. The demonstration showed that the work. The method Is carried out by crosses made with natlvo species and campaign being conducted over the Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and BijrnV rintrtnrr extension agent should mako a close the uso of laboratory apparatus that aumv kuiviiutvufl Vni'for I no nil tiuiui( i stato by tho extension division of the tirtmn' till! I trni a iunvwo W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. tare of L. K. Grimsby. For ualo by r .study of tho community before at- - might be called an artificial stomach, tho characteristic aroma and flavor Collogo of Agriculture, it has bsen Stilll Mason, Treasurer. & .jyiiiT.ium, I a FARM DEPARTMENT. 31-.0- 00 well-plann- ed -- four-countie- s Theological Seminary, Athens, Ga., in May and June, as reported to the United 'States Department of Agriculture. The school program included a series of effective demonstrations by extension workers from Tuskeeee Institute. Ala., who con duct movable school programs In the rural districts of Alabama. The pastors attending the- Athens school were given instruction in soil management, crop production, farm carpentry. Including tho making of homo conveniences, poultry keeping, care of gardens and fruit, proper methods of cooking and food preservation, sanitation and home nursing. According to reports received by the department, these pastors are putting on similar demonstrations in their communities and at conferences of rural pastors "in their districts. corresponding of the differences ln composition and texture of the wheat and of the slight differences in milling practice, the methods of manufacture in the different milling sections are Extension Methods Studied lly 110 similnr and the following list shows Xcgro. Pastors. tho names used In the different refeed: suggestions for the Im- gions for the same Practical Northwest Bran, Standard Mid provement of farming methods and living conditions In farm homes In dlings, Flour Middlings, Red Dog, their districts are being given by 110 Wheat Mixed Feed. Bran, Brown Shorts, Southwest negro pastors and presiding elders in Alabama, Georgia, and neighboring Gray Middlings, White Middlings, Mixed Feed. States who attended a East Bran, Brown Middlings, school of methods held at Gammon ct announced. purThe sales will havo a two-fol- d pose. The first will bo to relmburso banks, produce houses and other cooperating parths who cooperated In the standardization movement by financing the distribution of purebred hatching eggs during tho spring Just past whila tho second will bo to make it possiblo for additional farmors to stock their farms with purebred poultry at a comparatively low cost. Electric Bitters everything el fails. In nervous prostration and female veoknesse they nre the flu pre in r remedy, ax thousands have testified. Succeed when it FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUDLE la CASTOR Always bears the Signature of A the best medicine ever rotd over n dtcggU"s counter. vlftutwmautyxnmtmmmtKmiutim For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Every Woman "Wants G&&r&fe&t FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Diaaolvcd in water for douches i top peMc. catarrh, ulceration and taflam-matiRecommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for tea year. oai three-wee- ks DIRECTORY Oldo County F. TTTi notiiers use n .v. r Yefiiut -- T ue S I e. YOU. OUR sgamws ML HbIs7, GERMINAL REMEDY i lo FORGONE MONTH collSrif f USE LI V-VER-- e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. co au es en ox ' , m. -. -- a L. fa" ": AJ ' ; . . 1)1 J Republican Administration Promotes World Peace Indigestion and - Dyspepsia Overcome Victims of stomach troubles, indigestion, dyspepsia and their allied y complaints find Tanlac an and comfort. Kuiiico of relief Thousands of people.- - havo tho jojs of health by Its uso after everything else they tried had failed. Mrs. A. Landcs, 926 Lano St., Akron, Ohio, says: , "Even after a light meal, gas formed and bloated me so I could hardly gut my breath and I had a'wful pains Mornings I got t'p In my stomach. feeling all tired out. Dut Tanlac has changed things right nround for me, nnd I feel Just ns well as I evor did In my life." Tanlac helps tin stomach digest thu food properly and eliminate wasto. Soon tho whole system Is built up, the blood Is purified and the entire body takes on new tone, vitality and energy. Get a bottle today and start on the road to health. For sale by all good druggists. evor-rea-d- Plans mm Maintains Vigorous American Policy, Avoids Foreign Entanglements and Achieves Great Practical Re- suits for World Peace. V, . (IOWA), CII.tlllM.tN llKI'UKMKNTATIVr. call In fact, we ON US O.V IN ML' I. All IIOHAOI: M TOU'NVIL IIOVHR COMMITTKB A1IAIUS The people of the United States earn-oatl- tho nations parties to tho deslro pence. Tho last admin- we have made war more Conference difficult and istration, with an Inslstcnco that Justifiable for all nations, and would not consider any method of seK'TCn a now aB8Uranco to thoso curing the peaceful settlement of In- who desire and hope for the futuro ternational disputes except the League peace of the world. of Nations, went out of power largely The present has because of that fact. The people saw given not only administration actual and practical in that scheme an nssuranco of furth- expression Its er wars rather than n reasonable plan has gono toofthe desire for peace, It extreme limit in the for the discouragement and prevention reduction of Us military of wars. Tho present administration with rare We aro "scrapping" our Nary down wisdom undertook to secure concrete to the treaty standard, by which the and doflnllc international agreements which would result In diminishing the United States must limit Its tonnage probability of future wars by limiting to 525,000; Great Urltaln 525,000; the armament of those nations whose Japan 315,000, Franco 175,000; and competitive strife could only result in Italy, 175,000. We have reduced our annual war exfuture wars. Accordingly, the President called a Conference to meet at penditures of over $10,000,000,000 to Washington to consider tbo limitation about IGOO.000,000 and are making of antiunion t and to mako such settle- further reductions overy year. ments and agreements especially with The last administration refused to regard to tho Pacific and adjoining end the war with Germany for over territory an would determine existing two years after the Armistice was dispute and remove causes of future signed, except upon acceptance of the discord. Versailles treaty with tho League Cov Judged by practical results the enant. The prenent administration Washington Conference was tho great mado peace with Germanr without deout actual achievement in the cause lay and without surrender of any right of peace ever accomplished. It se- the United States had acquired by its cured a treaty agreement by the five participation In the war. groat maritime powers for a definite The United States will not bo an limitation of naval armament. It sc Isolated nation under Republican ad- cured a definite agreement regarding ministrations. Dut It will be tho con-th- o use of submarines and noxious tlnued policy of the Republican party gases in warfare. It secured by the ' to keep the United States to its treaty an agreement fixing tlonal policy so as to entan-th- e status, defining the rights, and glement in tho mazes of conflicting limiting the building and enlarging of Interests, territorial quarrels, religious fortifications and naval bases on the hatreds, and race jealousies which Pacific. It secured a confirmation by havo afflicted Europe for more than a nine of the great nations immediately thousand years. Tho peace-lovin- g of tho "Opon Door" policy, pie of America will do well to main-an- d agreements that will prevent the tain that policy, and to support that future exploitation of China. It se- -' party which not only desires peaco cured the withdrawal of Japan .from but takes practical measures to obShantung and Siberia, and an agree- tain It; which Is not afraid to propose ment with Japan defining and confirm- and effect reductions of our-owArmy, ing American rights In tho island of Navy and armament In order to induce Yap. other nations to do likewise; and Through these agteoments, which which will not bo swerved from Its are being actually carried Into effect policy and'purpose by iny chimerical by the contracting nations, we havo scheme, or by any ambitious or sordid greatly reduced the war burdens of lust for power. y Is are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ELANE DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fia, If XXT BOOTLEGGERS USE AIRSHIPS Prohibition authorities assert that an organized ring of rum runners are carrying liquor Into tho United States from Canada by moans of a fleet of airplanes. They are alleged to be making regular trips from Cnnada to Long Island whero they land early In the morning or Just after dark. The adoption of aircraft to trail international bootleggTS Is being seriously considered by the national prohibition department. WOULD MENACED IJV TVPIIUS STOCK. You have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. tradl-four-pa- prt-ve- ' n Tho rapid spread of typhus in Poland constitutes a menace to the whole world, declared Health Commissioner Royal Copeland, of New York on his return from1 Europe whore ho has been studying health conditions. "If It should creep into New York city It might kill a million people In, a month's time," he said. Jle announced his intention of raising money to aid tho typhus In Poland. c- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY t "Have you ever played tho game - FRENCH REBUILDING FORGES AHEAD FAST War Stricken Regions Quickly Put Hack Into I!u7itiillo Condition. Paris, Sept. 1C The work of constructing France's devastated reus is going alioad actively. Alreant dy In many purls of the former battle-frolargo areas of land havo been given back to farmers for cultivation, products from these regions have reached Paris for ta!o at tho Central Market. Defore being allowed tu cultivate the soil, however, fanners have had to wait until military authorities have carefully examined the ground nnd assuicd themselves that It no longer presents any danger from burled shells pf grenades. . The district around Arras, known Judge 1f I grant you this divorce the" "red zono," It was found was as ono of buried shells and munitions. will you marry again right away? Applicant (blushing) Oh, Judgi, "Work on this region began a few days after the armistice and today it this is so sudden! Is not yot finished. Great have been "You ought to bo able to swim the dangers of clearing tho land. boy to . Sixty-eiguien have boon killed In . Ilka a duck,. doctor." said tho this region nlone by accidentally ' the physician, as they entered the . ... ....111.... .!..! cropping snoiis or uuumk miuiihiuiu bathlng surf. "Why so, sonny?" of all kinds while working. The total "Everybody says you're a quack." quantity of ammunition removed Fun Book. from tho "Red Zone" Is closo upon 90,000 tons. Whole ammunition She Sometimes you app?ar real dumps, both German and Allied, have ly manly and sometimes you nro quite) intl Jo be removed elsewhere to be ffemliuta, How do you account tojoded. The remains of villages lift nrnHlCVCfl for it? l I..A l.n.l tn Ho It's hereditary, I suppose. jfcWiltslftcd. roads have had to bo com- One-haof my ancestors were males TKjtely dug bpfora being repaired. been removed by and the other half females. Tree stumps have the thousand. Two hundred thous- nreathloss Hunter Say, boy, did and shells alone havo beeii discoveryou see a fox run by hero? ed. Hoy Yes, sir. The work Is drawing to it close Hunter How long ago? now, nnd It is hopsd to begin reconUoy It'll be a year next Xmaa. proper on many of tho struction work villages this yoar. Kind Old Lady You 'Shouldn't o hit that boy when ho Is down. , ALEXANDER GRAHAM HKLH Whaddya Unkind Urchin think I put hlin down for? Tho doath of Alexander Graham Hell brings reflections upon his sor--vWill you define, space Professor hi tho prpgrcss of humanity. for us? Suroly he .should bo ranked one of Student Well, or or. Professor, the groatest contributors to the I have It In my head, but can't exsproad of knowledge. actly define It, .. --eo. Today we are apt to accept the tel. ephone as Just something quite comFirst Student Wasn't that a tins mon and not at all thought about. In- lecture by Professor Cullom on "The deed, there will be raanj- - ready to Culturo of Prunes?" classify It as a public nulsanco nt Socond Student Itertalnly was. occasion, as Dell liimseu urn. He was go.full of his subject, loast, , Yet it Is quite obvious that with-tolephono we could not now out tho affairs under the ruu our evory-da- y FOR FLETCHER'S which havo prown up slnco methods In 1875, af- Boll patonted his device, ht 11 lf , lc tor dlscovrlng Ita prlnclplo whllo straightening a tangle of wire and magnets In his llttla workshop. Tho wireless has come, and the radio, nnd the phopogmph, nnd tele graphy by wire has been perfected so that many messages can be sent by operators over n single strand simultaneously. But none of these achievements, so far at least, is to bo compared with tho telephone In Its adaptability for the dissemination of Information, particularly within a community. Certainly n pirt of Dell's monument should he the eternal gratltudu of housewives on farms, to cite one class benefited by his work. Ho put them in touch with tho world outside, made It possible for them to know what goes on each day. Instead of each week or month. He did much to Fimake their Isolation bearable. nance and Industry. Children Cry QASTORIA of love?" mouth nnd pharnyx, there were 569 at present tho counter value of $15. runs a stationery store downstairs at "Ju3t once, but I needed a shave cases found, though the number of 976 Prospect avenue, Bronx, went to The flute, which rests Inconspicuand was disqualified for unnecessary porsons examined 387. ously In the window of a small anti- open his store recently ho found remained roughness." pinned on the front door, readThis number is Just half of those que shop near Unter den Linden, Berc confined In the Institution, and lin's Fifth Avenue, is a beautiful spe- ing: i RECOVERS FOR TOY WAGON "You'll be surprised." Stucky nt the present time Is exam- cimen and entirely of ivory. And he was. On opening tho door An accompanying document, dated ining the other half of tlje hospital's Samuel Stern, of Philadelphia, Inmates. October 18, 1794, testifies that the he found that burglars had looted recklessly ran over and demolished With conditions this deplorable, flute Is one of the seven or eight used tho place of $500 worth of his stoqk- Richard Heating's toy r the Kentucky Medical Society and by the most talented of the Hohdn-bollern- s. wagon, Little- - Keating took the Until recently it was tho PISA'S LEANING TOWER the State Board of Health Immediatedriver's numbor down on a piece ofj ly will begin agitation to have these family property of a wejl known MAY CRASH TO EAUTlf board and had him arrested. The sufferers given the attention th?y count In tho possession of whose boy took charge of his own case be- need, according to Dr. A. T. family it had ebon for more than a Pisa, Sept. 16. After all these, fore the magistrate with the result hundred years. centuries will the leaning tower of State Health Officer. that Stern had to pay for the wagon. One of the count's forefathers Pisa finally fall to tho ground? Tho State Board of Charities and . A local geological expert says it Is Corrections has declared its Interest bought it from a Prussian officer, POLICE GURD WEDDING In the survey and has expressed Its who had received It from one of within the ream of possibility It' an all the remedial Frederick's lackeys after the king's earthquake shifts the angle at whlcb, A rejected rival suitor threatened Intention to take l -can take with death. The historic object may It leans. ; to kill Clvlla Chaucuappl and Frank steps that It possibly hands at the price of a pair Several earthquakes have beQn"re-porte- d its limited appropriations. Trnpplnl, of Rochester, N. Y as they of trood boots In New York. this summer in this soction of entered the church to be married. Northern Italy, and the trombllng or IA'OX COUNTY ACTIVE As a safeguard a cordon of police met "Sam, dat mule you' sol' meam tho earth's surface was felt at Pfsa. them nt the church and escorted them IS With bllryl." to the altar, keoplng step with tho Eddyvlllo, Ky.. Sept. "What makes you say dat?" "Look pleasant, please," said tho wedding inarch. A. squad of patrol- Clifton Rhodes, of Harrodsburg "I let him loose, an' he Jus' ran photographer to his (more or less) men later took them tor a honey- spending several days here, tho camfair sitter. Click! "It's all. over, paign for tho Dark Tobacco Growers Into a tree." moon rldo thru tho Italaln section. "Dat mule ain't blind. He Jus' ma'am. You may resume your natuAssociation lias been speeded up in ral expression." Clovoland Loader. MORE RUSINESS MEN reality. In overy school district vis- donf give a damn, dat's all." ited the sign-u- p has been large. One Teacher If Shakespeare wero Hopklnsvllle, Ky., Sept. 13. The, of these districts, Spring Creek, sign- HE WAS SURPRISED! JUST 9o00 WORTH alive today, wouldn't he bo looked publishing of hearty endorsements ed up 99 por cent, and other dis upon as a remarkable; man? of tho plan of the Dark Tobacco tricts havo dOne as well. Lyon counNew York, Sept. 16 When Saul Student I'll say so. Ho would Association Is ty promises to go over wltu a conGrowers Llbennan, who lives upstairs and be 300 years old. The Continent. becoming an almost dally occur- siderable margin to spare. now rence and is popular all over the Black Patch. Tho business men do WETS WIN IX SHIP POLL. way, not go at It in any LOSE IiATER OX SHORE 33C having mado up their either, but minds, thoy.speak out positively and Now York, Sept. 16 Passongers llnor, advises the 'farmers to Join. on tho Swedish-America- n Among tho latest to take this step Stockholm, In from Stockholm, cheeraro tho business men of Providence, ed when Pureor K, P.' Eklund an"When I feel stupid, get constipated, or bilious, I take a good dose or In Webster county and Caneyvllle, In nounced that Sweden had Just retwo of and it sets me straight," writes Mr. George B. Grayson County. nounced prohibition. Haislep, of R. F. D. 2, Columbia, S. C. "It cleanses the liver and feel Of tho 1,028 passongers aboard STATE BOARD OK HEALTH all right, and have not used any other.medicine as I do not see the need au more than 700 wore Americans. A DOINd GOOD WORK voto was taken on the question of of it. I am a guard at the Stee Reformatory, and have been for three prohibition in America and the wets or more years. When I first heard of Loulsvlllo, Ky Sept. 11. Out of won 733 to 296. But tho wets lost 387 inmates of the Eastorn State wlm thoy stepped ashore. Hospital for tho Insane at Lexington BLACK-DRAUGH- T who havo been examined by Dr. J, A. Blobb's wife was 111, and, of course, Stucky recently, nt tho request of ho .wus looking worried,; also, thero the Council of tho Kentucky State was an angry gleam in his eyo. Liver Medicine Medical Association and of thofStato "What's tho matter, Bill?" Board of Health, 110 wore found to and the good medicine it was, I had been having a tired feeling when "Matter? Everything's tho matbo Buffering with some disease of ter! My wife you, know my wife, a jn I'd get up in the morning. I would be sliff and sore, and had a slimy, HU the eyes, according to Dr. Stucky's big woman, a Grout woman but she bad taste in my moulh, but didn't think so much of it till I began to feel roport, which was mads public here can't do tho washing whllo she's 111. stupid and didn't feel like eating then I knew I needed medicine. .It today. I sent hor nightdress to tho laundry and I felt all made over, ready for any Figures In regard to diseases of the They sent it back with n note, 'Wo aa was then I began H kind of work, ready to eat and sleep. So, for any return of this trouble, nose and pt the mouth and pharnyx don't wash tunls." " I take were found to bo even moro discourfor 25 years it has been my medicine, and I aging, Four hundred and fltty-oii- o FAMOUS KING'S FLUTE wouldn't be without it at all. My work is constant. I am on my feet a cases of dlseuse of the nose were IS OFFERED FOR SALE lot. I am out of doors, and fresh air and ht are alt the found, a number made possible, of medicines 1 need. I recommend it to others for I know it is good." .'187 persons woro ox- Berlin, Sopt. 10. It may bo concourset when amtned, only by tho fact that many sidered a sign of tho times that a were found suffering with more than tluto which is believed to havo been played upon by Frederick the Great one disease. Similarly with dlseasos of tho Is now for sale In Berlin for what Is nlne-yeai-o- ld now-changhalf-heart- "Slimy Taste" Black-Draug- ht 1 Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Sold Everywhere. sssassszasaHH. PRESIDENT VETOES Department of Justice Makes Best Record in Its History SuccessJ SOLDIER BONUS BILL (Continued from 1st page.) bll-Th- tho rich republic to add four Has Performed Prodigious Amount of Work, tm- Huns to lts Indebtedness. pression comes from tho readiness of and Instituted fully Defended Government tho public rospo'nso of tho Govoni- Proceedings Against War Frauds. menu's nppeal for funds amid tho H KreB of war. It Is to bo remem WALSH (MASS.). MRMI1RR JORRPII v. s. RRPniiSnNTATIVK bered that In tho war everybody was ON .1UIMCIAKY HOUSR COMMtTTKK roadv to Rlvo his all. Let us now ( recall tho comparhtlvely few exc p- say no start could havo boon tloiis Citizens of every degree of Thft activities and accomplishments snfo to tho Department of Justice during selected who wero bettor qualified by compotpneo loaned and sacrificed, of the past 15 months comprise tho most their legal attainments and by tbolr precisely In tho same spirit that our successful rpcord that department hns particular cxporlenco and knowledgo a forces went out for service aiade slnco Its establishment. Tho of thrf war graft situation. Si Tho war spirit impelled. To a war Novor In tho history of tho Depart- necessity Urgiizt amount of business In the hisTAYLOR there was but ono answer, tory of that department has been ment of Justice havo tho anti-truyear on laws boen so vigorously prosecuted as but n poaco bestowal on tho trannar.tfid for the current Y0UR nwn, as though tho suprome W'liAw-u-y Jess money than was appropriated for during the last 15 months. For tho. Ufl TAILORING nrst time Jail sentences woro Imposed offering could be paid for with cash preceding year. the Vgtf' IwiM funds, a A'TcTltablo avalancho of business was as a punishment for violation of tho Is a perversion of public In tho caso reversal of tho policy which exalted BASEBALL BRIEFS In nearly every Shorman Anti-Tru- st Act clogging tho dockets United States District Court and new of United States vs. Alexander Reed, public service in the pan and sugAND FOUL STRIKES case being onterod In unprecedented ot al. Tho department at this time gests that future def.nse is to be innumbers whon Attorney General has unuer investigation more than 50 spired by compensation rather tiwr Island defeated Hartford at RivDaugherty took charge of tho Depart- -' cases of alleged violations of tho consciousness of duty to flag and erside Park Thursday of last week Act and has pending In the ( of Justlco March 4, 1921. Ho country. . by the scores of Settle did th& f loom! the departmont disorganizes courts zb sucn cases. since juarcn IN'riiiiing Uunli-Is 1'iolttcin N'otw wlrllng for Islandrwhlle Stevens per necessary to make a survey not 4, 1921, tho Attorney General's of- It wns Clothes-Buyin- g. "Tho pressing problem of the Gov- formed for the locals. It was a pret-a- y onlyof his own forco but of the varl- - flee has won 109 cases In the United - States Supremo Court and lost 41. In ernment is that ot diminishing our gamo from start to finish. ous cases ponding In tho several United" Stales Courts throughout the coun- - that time It hns tried 16S suits In burd. ns rather than adding thereto The local boys, easily defeated tho ilrjr. This gigantic task was acorn- - the various United States Courts and It Is tho proLlem of tho world. War I.niilsvllln tnnm. lhi nxnet nnmn nf plIsHed with thoroughness ana ais - . won iiu. tho uopanmom uas ueen inflations and war expenditures hae j which, or with whom they werp con- very successful in defending tho govpatch. unbalanced budgets and added to In we could never learn. Friday, Early In his Incumboncy Attorney ernment In the United States Court debtedness until the wholo world Is nectcd by tho mark ot 9 to 2. Hartford had Qenwal Daugherty began an Investiga- of Claims whero litigation has greatly War Fraud cases. Increased as a result of war con stapgerlngind.r the load. Wo have a pitcher from Princeton, who was tion; of the In, every direction to complete master ot the situation at Alter ho had thoroughly surveyed tho tracts and tax cases. Twenty suits been driving situation nnd ho and his staff wero woro decided in this court on Juno curtail our expenditures 'and estab- all stages of tho game. 1 ready to proceed ho asked for an ap- 12, In which tho Attorney Genoral's lish economics without Impairing the aggregation, triTho Louisville propriation ot half a million dollars to dopartmont appeared for tho govern- essentials of governmental activities. umphed In Saturday's contest, S to 9 mwblo him to emplox additional and ment. In these 20 cases tho governIt has been a difficult ami unpopular J. Owens did tho twirling for the lo3. competent special attorneys to con- ment sued for the aggregate of more applauded to cals and he virtually walked the gamo is The total of tho amounts .ask. It vastly tact the actual work of grand jury inexp nd than to deny. After nearly Into the Pais City outfit's locker. The "r prosecution. Tho men allowed was only $533,365. vestigation and This, Jn brief, is an outline of some of i year and n quarter of Inslstenco nnd Princeton Frenchman relieved Owens whom ho selected for this task are Former Senator tho more important activities of the persuasion, with a concerted drive to in the 5th inning and asido from a skilled lawyers: fcur-pl- y smash accldontly Charles S. Thomas, of Colorado,' a Department of Justice since March 4, rodtico Government ,expendlturo In clean-cu- t Democrat vho was conspicuous In tho 1921. An enormous amount of work every quarter possible-- It would wipe hit by a Louisville batsman Into the Senate investigation of tho aircraft has been performed and every branch out ovorythlng thus far accomplishRiver they did not approach danger scandal; former Congressman C. F. of the judicial service is character- ed to add now this proposed burden, ous torrltqry. But the game was was a mem- ized by energy, intelligence and dis- and it would rend the commitment r' Reavfs, of Nebraska.-wh- o then tucked away. ber of tho Houso Commltto which in- patch. Tho record ot tho department economy and saving so essential to The moat exciting nnd thrilling tho present administration not vestigated tho expenditures of the under our future w. If are. game of the late series was uncorkWar Department; former Congress-m- only reflects great credit upon Attor Tho financial problems of the Gov- ed Sunday afternoon. Hartford had n n Maefiullouch. ot Olrio. also ney General Daugherty nnd President Commlttoe, and Mr. Harding, but It inspires confidence ernment are' too little heeded until been strengthened by good material x member of that jJelor Stoinbrink, of New York, who and respect oi our peopio every wnorc wo are face to faco with a great from other localities, but Sunday they insisted Charles E. Hughes In tho In tho courts and In those in whom emergency. The diminishing lncom failed to show-uso Forest, Case-blc- r, power of ad-,- i. famous aircraft inquiry of 191S, and , tho responsibility and of tho Government, due to tho re-Ronald Estes of tho kid team, n, nion Rmnlnved as SDOcial ministering tho law is Invested. Ii .7 tl,lAn nf 1itic-tt- ooa on f nrr onrl- - and Jack Baird, wero drafted for outI bJ ' . Counsel for tho Houso Commlttoe on will remind our people that this i, nVGrlooked mo. field service. . . Settle and the two Investigating war expenditures. it la a mvurnmiini oi laws nnu nor oi men. mentarlly, but cannot be long Ignor Bates boys of Island, were present ed. The latest budget figures for and put into the line-uSettle In the votes, get a law pass d against play- tho current fiscal year show an esti box and Fifty behind the bat. To say TASDINGTBN COMMENT ing ball until mid-da- y on Tuesdays. mated deficit of more than G5U.- - that the comparatively small number But unless the community feels that 000,000 and a further deficit for the of fans present, "who havo glevn up what wo think Is an evil is really year succeeding, even after counting four-bit- s to see a ballgame were" disy8 an" '" ban players upon all Interest collections on for appointed, chagrlnned and proved History Is full of tales ot desper-- ! ovu- - tno jte chances which succeeded because will play when they get ready, and Picn indebtedness which the Gov would be but telling tho truth. The somt man was not afraid to lead. In j the community will go to see them do ernment is" likely to receive. To add Louisville bunch were staked to two y to our pledges to pay except as nec- scores on errors by the first, second exists a chanc, far t il' law r no law. America desperate, and but waiting a, Tuor are many peopo in this essity compels, must seem no less and third hassock guardians. But from great leader who will point the way country who know the evils of child than Government folly. Inovitably they were held to those marks until ---- AT I labor, : . . who will h6 be? ad many states havo laws it means' Increased taxation , which the 9th inning. In tho seventh, litregulating it. But the law Is often Congress was unwilling to levy for tle Estes got a roller through tho The press Is" full of "remedies" .for the Industrial. unrest which results In' broken, and there are many places tho purpose of this bill, and will pitcher and beat It to flfst. Ho pilstrikes and lockouts. Editorial at- - wner there Is no aw about it. The turn us from the course toward econ- fered second and G. Crowe sent him omy so essential to promote the ac- to third with a single, Crowe taking tor adltorlal explains that all that Is j way to eliminate tho evil of child Pencils, Fens, Tablets, Rulers, Erasers, Ink, d Is a fuller understanding be- - ,)or s to educate tho whole country tivities which contribute to common s:cond on the first pitched ball to 'Flsty Bates, who landed for a three tweon capital and labor; a mutual in regard to It; the law will follow .velfare. Crayons, and in fact most anything 1'iMi.sions To Bo I'nM Later. bagger, but was out at home trying forbearance, a playing each Into tho automntlcaly, and the evil be as in the school line. "It is to be remembered that the to beat fn a passed ball over third. other's hand, a cooperation between much ended as piracy, or burning at the stake, or tho ducking stool. Uritod Ststes played no self-- s eking Ono more tally was made before the them for their mutual advantage. Headquarters for choicest Creams, Sodas, Cold There are manypeople In this part In the World War and pursued side was retired. In the 9th LouisAll '? explained, which Is needDrinks, Fruits, Candies, Cakes and all other transpor- an unselfish po.licy after the caus'e ville made two scores taking the lead country who know that our ed 'is for some great corporation to tation problem Is not solved, while was won. We demanded no repara- by one. But alas for them, the llt-t- lj dainties carried in a first-cla- ss confectionery. lead the way and treat labor as somets fellows nnd the mixed bunch considered, consulted, strikes nnd lockouts continue to In- tion for tho cost Involved no thing to bo Finest line of Tobaccos in town. terrupt It. The way to make It adeout ot which obligations to came right back and garnered two profited, and helped, or some great Camol Cigarettes, now 15c. And way and, quate Is not to pass law after law for our soldiers could be met. I have moro'and the old ballgame. body of labor to load tho bidding this and compelling that, but not magnified the willing- - outlay in everybody but Louisville went homo Inttead of seeing how much thoy may Quick Lunches and Regular Meals. to cducato tho all of us so that wo behalf of those to whom'we havo a perfectly satisfied. exact from an employer for tho least Prompt and efficient service. will know that tho whole, people's sacrod obligation. It is essential to work, 'to try the other scheme and light Is suporlor to any right of any remember that a more than four bil Beaver Dam and Rockport played see how much they can do In a given group. Located corner Union and Main, in Old Hartford. lion dollar pledge to the ablo bodied their tie gamo off a,t Beaver Dam to profit tho employer and let time House. not only tho wisdom Education men now will not diminish Sunday, resulting according to Beaver organizathe wages depend not on in. books, but In the ability to think, tho later obligations which will havo Dam and their umpire In a scoro of tion and throats, but upon the work Is vliat wo all need. Gopd schools, to be nr&t when the younger veterans 5 to 4 In their favor and according dona and tho spirit ot good teachers, Federal aid, as In tho of today shall contribute to the rolls to Rockport and umips Everley, In That's all! But as yet tho leader Town'r-Stoilln- g bill, now before Con- - of the aged, Indigent and dependent. auotlur tie score of 4 all. Rock"i""- does not appear, ino to create a Department cf Edu-- S "It Is as Inevitable as that the port claims that a fan threw the-bal- l as yet falls to get the best ot the cta!o.; these are the hope of all of j ears will pass, that pension provi- Into the outfield over third. The j in If it can when making terms ' us who as yet do not see with as clear As to sion for World War vetorans v 111 b other side claim It differently. No labor organization with labor. . a v ston as do thoso who lead our made as It has been made for those, who Is 'right wo would not attempt as yet has cons dere the employ crystalltae our Ideals. who served In previous wars. It will to state. ou An d I Interest before It sow. ()f cost moio billions than I venture to p., n because why, the answer s suggest. Thero will be Justification Wo received a. long communication becaus men distrust mew aro solflsh. ,ul ,,MDJ ""' """ " """ whon the need 13 apparent and a ra- from the manager of the Rockport We, or one of our deputies will be at the followini? each othor becauso experience has'"' better education. v tional financial policy today Is ncces- - team for publication this week, but proved to each thnt neither is wholly """ ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing J nn... n niilra llin nntlnn tmiIv fnr thft it is entirely too long tor publication to be trusted. ATOIIMOTBATOIWI NOTICE Please mee'tus eadltur-- p which is certain to be besides wo do not wish to Invite and your property and collecting your taxes. answer, tho real answer, Then the . All persons having claims against Tlin court arguments upon tho merits of "where most convenient: . ..., . no vpn. J ." w. nr .initrnrr ..hi J'w i n la i. is an Inculcation of a spirit of un- Llie 11119 JUllll ... iUHUH- uri i nia. it 1 L'Ulltl UM i WV ! t policy Is In this team, that or the other, henco wo selfishness, and a spirit ot trust. In sont snmo to mo, properly proven, on contemplation of such a , ,uccord with tho established practice" ir.net decline publication ot tho arti- Friday, Sept. 22 Centertown In either words, all thoso who stand or before. Novombor 1. 1922,or they Rockport the Fatherhood of will b forovor barred, and nil parties of tho nation, and puts tho service cle. We regret to bo forced to do Saturday, Sept. 23 church and admit World War on the same-pian- this, but musst. Rockport Is to piny Monday, Oct. 2 Bells Run God, mubt Btand In factory, at bench, knowing themselves to bo indebted nun of tho ns the millions of men who a gams with Morgantown on Sunday Tuesday, 3 Iieeldo desk. In u bank., on farm, rail- to said ostato will please settle beRalph v fought tho previous battles of the tho 24th. Tho letter did not 8tate Wednesday, Oct. road, and In mines, and practice the fore said date. 4 Magan Republic." where the contest was to bo staged. Tirntiiorhood of Man. Thou, and not Witness nty hand, this Aug. 31, Deanfield No Vienlslon For Funds. In tho communication (hey also Thursday, Oct. 5 then, will tho loador arlso who until ,." I must Issue a challenge- to play any team Friday, Oct. 6 "I confess a. regret that Herbert iruiy intwill make capital and lauor W. O. MUFFETT, Admr., ' sound n noto of disappointment to n Ohio or surrounding Counties, tho Saturday, Oct. 7 Fordsville Instead of oppononts. Doc'd. ernal John W. Muffctt, men who have winner to take tho entire gate tho. many Monday, Oct. 9 . Wo all see. But wo do not all soo Narrows hlmplo a a challenge to a picked Tuesday, Oct. 10 wo ' Pliyto Sallcl for Health Insurance. tho Impression that It Is as rirnrlv. When we see an ovil, DmifW mattor for tho Government to bestow team from Ohio County, tho game to i Wednesday, Oct. 11 . . . otten say "let us pass a law against . Rosine In poaco ns It was to ex- bo played under the above condiKW billions belief that what EXAMINATION VOU ii in tho chlld-llk- o ,... ihursday, Uct. IZ Horse Branch CLASS POSTMASTERS pend billions In war. I regret to tions, on neutral territory. forbidden Is eradicated. Friday, Oct. 13 may stand b' tweon thorn and tho pitiably A prohibitory law may, or Tho local High Scohol nnd tho .. At tho request of the rostmaeter small compensation proposod. I ills- But- unless,. bo- wv-wBeaver D.m .,.., JIUI, U ,.. , .,. ,.,1 .. ,uu "" . .i wwu... ...... .., mn ...-,....High School will stago n conhtnH that law Is the Will Oi us mm. ucnenu mo uuueu auuua uivu our- iv iu an open jorlty of Congress, which has voted test on the Hartford diamond Satur- Wednesday, Oct. 18 : that thing not bo done, the law does vlco Commission announces Olaton simple truth Is day afternoon. harm, than good. Peopio can competitive oxaminnlon to fill the tho bestowal. Tho re ! !Buford Thursday, Oct. 19 .Thoy can position of postmaster nt both Beaver- - that thla bill proposes a Government t be .,raado over by luw. got Friday, Oct. 20 "How da these grouches . i... nnd only ono Dam and MoiKantown. The oxaml- - obligation of moro than four billions Smallhou ... .wwii Inn If wo find base-- nations aro lo bo hold at Central City without n provision offunds for the !' wives?" ot them were not grouches Saturday, Oct. 21 Simmons cauin""'1' t d"Many Uowllng Oreen ou October 14, extraordinary expenditure, which the i.ofore ll.o'clock ou Tue-nnG. A. RALPH, Sheriff, Louisville Courier i lapso,wo"ll2? Applicants may tako tho ox- - executlvo branch ot the Government until thex did." V days an objectlonablo moral onough pv must flnauco In tho face of difficult Journal. 'u'-- at either placo. ROYF.KEOWN,TaxCom'r. . . can co mmand juay, If wo con-sptcu-ous s M-c- st financial problems, nnd tho complcto defeat of our commitment to if feet economies. I would rnthor appeal, thorcfore, to tho cnndld reflections ot Congress and tho country and to men In particular as to tho the courso better suited to further tho welfnro of our country. Theso who served so gallnntty In war, and Who aro to bo so In flio progjess of tho Republic In tho halt century before us, must know thnt nations can only survive whore taxation Is restrained from tho Am Its of oppression, where the public treasury is locked against clnss legislation, but ever open to public necessity nnd prepared to meet Such n all essential obligation. policy makes a better country for which to fight, or to havo fought, and affords a surer abiding placo In which to live and attain. WARREN G. HARDING. h f T&? W mm villi t J i t'f rl r A An-jns- nt 4.-- 3. n The approach of fall calls to mind the necessity of To all who would wear something New and Smart at this auspicious Sea- d $16,-619,69- Models andFabrics with the assurance that you'll find in them the highest dress ideals. You'iriook good in a Taylor Made Suit, and you'll feel good when you see their values. p, i 1 Carson Co. p, Hartford, Kentucky. to-da- Complete Line School Supplies JAS. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT ' pay-m-n- at -- i V . i , Bj. ngT Notice to Taxpayers ,k iWj -- - .'.... , ,, - o Oc. - ... ... .n,.tnf. ,. ,ll, Mc-Hen- ry l1"!?' Hfi; ,,,',,, ... y. -- n . l i