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Subscription $1.50 per Ym NUMBER 14 In addition to HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, -- FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1922. London, Sept. 27. fc Nine For Acquittal, Three For Light Term; Large ' Attendance. V Washington, Sept. 26. Another Tho only jury caco tried during powerful and picturesque, figure lias been that of the preecnt week passed from public life 'with tho Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. It. death today of Senntor Thomas E. of murder growD. Brown, accused Watson, of Georgia. His death, ing out of tho killing of J. B. which occurred at 2:40 a. m. today, at Smallhous, last May. Tho was sudden and unexpected, accordcaso was set specially for Monday. ing to physicians, resulting from' an September 2Bth and attorneys reattack of asthma. tho Commonwealth and presenting Tho senator had been a sufferer the defendant as wrll, had put forthfor several weeks from tho disoaso-anto 'havo all tho wltspecial effort only last Sunday experienced two-thir' nesses present so that a trial could an acute attack. Two physlclans-an- d bo entered Into promptly on the cona nurso were with him when ho vening of court. Notwithstanding died, but tho widow, who Is In tho efforts of counsel for tho deand other rolativcs were at fendant, whon tho list of his witthe home In Thomson, Ga., for which nesses were called, It doveloped that ab-:TURK REPLY NOT TOBACCO MEN TOMr. Watson had'pianned to depart . fifteen Important witnesses woro governing today. and under tho law For forty years Mr. Watson had HOLD BIG MEETING such matters, the only course ho ACCEPTABLE, BELIEF been a national as well as a stato could pursue was to proparo an political figure. Ho was nominated, as to what such absent witby the Populist party for president testify If present, would nesses Judge Bingham Is Expected Both Kemalists and British In 1904 aftov receiving Its vlco presiwhich was done, and tho Commondential nomination .In 1896. Jle-wwealth, by Its attorneys, "having Are Increasing Forces To Issue Call as to a populist member of tho houso agreed to admit the affidavit Soon. On Straits. In of representatives in 1891-189statements of absent witnesses, ,tho Naval reinforcements continue to 1920 he was elected sonatqr, as, ho tho court required tho trial to stream toward tha straits, somo of said, on an "anti-Wilso- n, ue It required only a short whllo the 25. Tho Constantinople,, Sept 27. 1 Is tho heavier units including Lexington, Ky., Sept. (of nations) and anti-wa- r v to proem o a Jury qualified, to set Rarr.illies, call for a national conference of to- unofficially forecast that the Kema- - droadnoughts Rovenge, measures' 'platform, defeating forIn tho trial of tho case and about 3 cooperative association ex- 11st reply to the Allied peace noto Centurion and Malaya and the, air- mer Senator Smith and'former Govbacco o'clock p. in. Monday, a statement Wood-wlc- h ecutives, which has been planned by contains conditions unacceptable to craft carrier Vindictive. The - 'of tho caso to tho Jury was made by ernor Doraey. He wa3 66 years old Arsenal Is busy turning out September 6 last and his senatorial W. Bingham, James C. the. Allies in that tho Nationalists Judge Robert County Attorney, Otto C. Martin. frr ammunition, Stone and Aaron Sapiro, of tho Bur-le- y insist upon the use of the term? would have expired March 3, Evldenco on behalf of the CommonCoop native transporting troops to Thrace before Tobacco Growers' 1927. wealth consumed tho remainder of . TWEEDELL FOWLER Association, and which Is expected tho .beginning of the peace confer The funeral will be held at Thomtho day and up until 10 o'clock j to bo held either in Loxlngton or ence, Tuesday, at which time. C E. Smith, son, Ga., Thursday pr Friday. Senate A quiet wedding occurred at the. officials aro Ten moro British man of war Other cases that have been dis- Louisville this fall, Is expected withone of defendant's counsel, stated In charge and the funerthet Dardanelles today to re residence of Mr. and Mrs. Loa Twee-del- l, al party will leave here at 3:15 p. case In his behalf to the Jury and posed of since our last Issue are: in the next, few days. Those who tho on Wednesday of this week, m. tomorrow for Thomson. Betho defendant was called to tho wit- Guenthor Hardware Co. vs. JjM. will taks part In tho conference are inforce- the British fleet. London, Sept. 27. Moro Turkish when Mr. Edgar Fowler atid Miss cause of the absence, during tho ness stand, bis evldenco not having Hoover, continued; Guonthor Hard tho presidents, sales "managers, directors of warehouses, secretaries, Nationalist troops have drifted into Nell Tweedell wore united In mar presont recess, of congress, of Vlc; been completed until the Noon hour ware Co. vs C. W. Hoover, continugreater portion of the ed; Mary Belle Loo vs. Monroe Lee, field service chiefs and publicity di- tho Chanak zone, according to of- riage. Rev. T. J. Wharton of the President Coolldge, Senator Cumarrlvod. Tho performmins, Republican, presldont protcm defendant's evidence was produced maintenance of $20 per month al- rectors and tho conforsneo will dis- ficial advices from Constantinople First Presbyterian Church This is not regarded in au- ed the cerenuiny. Onjy the Imme pore and most of the senate memof Tuesday and tho lowed; Martin Whitehead vs. Gcnio cuss problems of nrutual Interest to today. In tho afternoon argument of tho case by Attorney, W. Whitehead, $12 allowed for main- all the tobacco cooperators and the thoritative quarters, however, as ag- diate members of the family were bership, there was difficulty today marketing movement gravating the situation much and present After tho ceremony a de- In arranging a committee to attend tenance pendente lite; C. E. Crowdor cooperative H. Barnes, on behalf of tho defendI the opinion was expressed In theso lightful lunch Was served by the the funeral. Senators on the tentaant, was had on Wednesday fore- vs. C. II. Havens &c. Judgment for generally. mother of the bride. The happy cou- tive list Include: Heflln, Alabanra; Bingham ha3 been busy In avoided. Judge noon. Tho concluding argument on plaintiff in sum of $380.50 and sale Constantinople, Sept. 27. Whllo ple left on 101 amidst a shower of Harrison, Mississippi; Dial, South. bohnlf of the Commonwealth by Hon. of land ordered to enforce lien; J. the dark tobacco district, speaking grow- tho Anatolian Cabinet sitting1 at rice and old sho& for Dawson, where Carolina; Shields, Tennessee, and O. II. Cary, Commonwealth's Attor- W. Foster vs. II. E. Milllgan &c. In tho offort to organize tho ney, was concluded about 3 o'clock hung Jury; Louisville Grocery Co. ers of dark tobacco in most of tho Mmyrna, is completing Its reply to they will spend several days. Cen Fletcher, Florida, Democrats, and. p. m. Wednesday at which tlmo the vs. Ensley Ilaymcr, Judgment for important centers, and has not had tho Allied noto, the Nationalist ar- tral City Argus. Sept. 22. Brandegee, Connecticut; New IndiaHartMrs. Fowler Is a former na; Shortrldge, California; Odle, Necaso was submitted to the Jury and $10; R. J. Hewlett vs. S. J. Boone, time to devote to the details of the my continues Its foverish c6ncontra-tlo- n of troops on the Ismld and ford girl and has many friends who vada, and Cameron, Arizona, Reno agrsemont having been reached &c Judgmont for plaintiff in sum of proposed conference for the past at tho adjourning hour Wednesday ?G0; E. F. Gabbert vs. F. M. Hoover, soveral weeks, but it was said at Chanak lines. Mustapha. Kemal wish for her a long and happy mar publicans. afternoon, tho Jury was required to continued; Com'th. of Kentucky vs. tho offices of 'the Burley Association Pasha now has 1,100 men In Kum ried life. Senate flags were placed at half assemble after supper for further Harbin Austin, dofendant having that ho Is expected to issue the call Kelesl, at the mouth of the Dar- mast for a period of thfrty days out dandles; 5,000 at Adramyti, fifty BLUES ENTERTAIN REDS deliberation nnd no verdict having been surrendered, his ball, C. V. Por- for tho conference soon. of respect to the late senator and AT CHURCH TUESDAY tho senate will adjourn out been reached during the ovenlng, ter antl-n- . Nearly 250,000 tobacco growers miles southeast of Shanak; 10,000 in of respect F. Dunn woro released they wore placed In tho custody of from liability; Com'th of Kentucky will be represented in the conference, I the intervening Sanjak of Karats! when It convones. A day also will The Ladles' Aid Society of tho bo set for memorial services Presithe Sheriff for the evening and up- vs. L. D. Howard, defendant having Including 80,000 In the bright to- and considerable forces In the oth- on tho convening of court yesterday served thirty-si- x Virginia and tho these concentrations to be complet- Methodist 'church met In the base- dent and Mrs. Harding headed ,thoso days in Jail on $100. bacco district of ment of the Church on Tflesday of who proffered condolences. morning', resumod their deliberation He paid $28 and was released; Carolinas, 70,000 In the Burley dis- er ureast ' Shis woek. The Blues entertaining 'reportdd to the Com'th of Ky. vs. Alfred Wheeler trict, and tho remainder In the Wis nifll at 11 o'clock, expects The Nationalist leader court that they wflra unablo to and others, set for trial on second consin and Connecticut cigar tobac ed by September 30, which date co- the Rods, the termination of a con 1IOME GROWN FIGS up agreo and woro thereupon discharg- day of November term; Ed Shown co districts. r" .. incides with tho time set for tho fU test which resulted In building ed. The Jury stood finally, nlno in Exr. vs. L, J. Pickerel!, Judgmont Tho field service division of the nal evacuation from tho membership of the Society from of refugees wn, Mr. H. J. Brown of Route 1, favor of acquitting tho defondant nnd order of sale; Donulo Taylor Burloy Association roported niorto Smyrna, It' Is. considered signifi 35 to 109 making a total of 74 new 1 brought some1 home-yrow- d and thrco In favor of giving htia tho and others vs. Herman A. Taylor than COO new mombers for tho past cant hero that Gen. Noureddln Pasha members, figs to tho Republican office TuesFollowing Is the prograiji; mlnlnfuny sentsneo of two years lu et al., Judgment and order of sale; weekend workers busy in every sec Military Governor of Smyrna, has Scripture roadlng, 13 Chapter 1st. day morning of the presont woek, tho-firs- t the penitentiary, and wo learn that Bossle Sublett vs Jesse ,Sublett suit tion of die district giving to all out- declared ho cannot guarantee tho unpreserved figs wo havo ever these threo, woro willing, If thoy for divorce, tho defendant filed an side growers the Opportunity to come lives of th Christians in Smyrna af- Cor. Mrs. L. T. Griffin. soon. Tho fruit was of rare tlavor Prayer Rey. T. T Frasler. so, to have given answer In which ho says It Is true in before November could have done 6, when tho ter that date. Thla Is taken to Rowan and very rich, tasting but llttlo like Talk by tho President Mrs. him even lighter punishment than that ho Is now confined in the peni- books will close for the year. Good moan that the Kemalists want to the commercial fig. I this. tentiary under life sentence for the work Is being done In many counties clear decks for action In the event Holbrook. Tho tree does not stand much cold, Song Onward Christian Soldiers. Tho Jury wns composed of the killing of Les Phcarson, but that ho and especially In Anderson" county, the Allies reject their reply. weather, last winter bejng tha onlyi Minutes of last mooting. County's bjist citizens as follows: killed said Phearson nnd Is now so where a considerable number 'of British Increase Korpes, one In many years In which tha bush. Welcomo to new Mombers Mrs. O. R. Tlusloy, Ira Wallaco, Will Hln- - confined in tho penitentiary as the growers havo come Into tho associaThe British aro no less busy escaped being frozon down. ton, K. A. Bonnett, Barnett Tinsloy, result of the constant, persistent and tion at the-- solicitation of Albert T. strengthening R. Plrtle. a& their linos and check- J. Paper Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Luuio Maples," W. S. Howard, Arch nevor-eudln- g Intermeddling of the Day and J. DBaxter, who have beon mating every move made by the NaFORMER OHIO COUNTIAN Jno, B. Wilson. Poem Mrs. Johnson, E. J. Hudson, J. W. Mil- plaintiff, Bossio Sublett, one Emma there. In Green county, Chairman tionalists. Further arrivals of miliDIES IN FORT WORTH, 'IE.AS Delightful refreshments welo servler, Jesse Swope and J. W. Gray. Al Oats and ono Loonnrd Anderson, and Woodson Lowlg reported a success- tary and naval units are daily augmed. though tho Jury made all reasonable houco he denies that plaintiff has ful drive Thursday and Friday, and enting-their forces 'and inversely 1. M, James, aged 03 years, 9' offort to resell a verdict, they woro any cause for divorce other than assisting tho local organization impairing Mustapha Kennal'9 chances DINmonths and 19 days, died In Fort unablo to do so and were dischar- what she, assisted by other parties In the Huntington territory,. Mana-g- of successfully attacking the straits. SURPRISE BIRTHDAY NER sins. e. Asiiny Worth, Texas, September 17, 1922, ged by tho court ut the hour boforo Indirectly brought about; Walter Hurr Carponter and his staff Tho British fleot now includes Ho wna supposedly of heart failure. statod, probably ns much on account Campbell' vs. B. J. Milton, defendant, have added many mombers. six dreadnoughts, seven battlo cruis A surprise birthday dinner was discovered dead lu his chair on th of the illness of one of. tho Jurors, as tendored and moved to file bill of ers, twenty destroyors and several given Mrs. E Ashby, lu honor of porch of tho homo where' he boardon account of their failure to agree, exceptions and statement S. L. KINO APPOINTED of submarines and giant aircraft car- her 49th birthday anniversary, ut ed, by a member of the family'.. as the court, whon discharging the J. S. Shelton vs, J. Lee BenDRAINAGE COMMISSIONER riers. The assembly of this great Mr. Jqmes was a son of tho late her home In ttye Contqrtown coun-tr- yt Jury, imllcatod that had It not beon nett, deed to J. S. Sholton. armada and tho Increase In the Sunday, September 24th. 156 S. M. (Hobo) James, of Select. ' for tho Illness of Mr. Hudson, he Mr. S. L. King hns beon appointed British land forces to upwards of west In 1886, where he haa, persons were present to enjoy tho would havo permitted them to havo :j,015 OASEtf AUK OX Drainage Commissioner by Judgo II. 30,000 men-hav- o quieted the frayed occasion, Including a number from since resldpd. He was a tine type deliberated during tho remainder of PERRY COURT DOCKET R. Wedding. Heretofore the drain-ag- o nerves of the anxious Christian popMcLean County, Mrs. Ashby's for- of citizen, attentive to business, and tho day, at least, projects of the county havo been ulation of tho capital. mer home. Singing conducted by much esteemed by those who kue,w Immediately upon the discharge Hazard, Ky Sept. 26. The dock administered under tho old law by The Sultan's Cabinet mot in spe- the Lone Star singing class of hlra. He confossedChrlst and us'it- of the- Jury, tho defendant Drown, et of tho Perry Circuit Court em- a board of three members, but Judgo cial session yesterday nnd decldod Church'" In. wns an enjoyablo feature of ed with tho Christian by his counsel, moved tho court to braces 3,015 cases, according to a Wedding has decided tljat tho man- not to retire unless so ordbred by the tho afternoon. Texarkana, in 1921i , reduce his ball bond and tho court paper read before the. Hazard bar agement by ono Commissioner as Kemalist Government. The remains were brought beclu-twlthonobjectlon, reduced his ball Association by Balloy P. Wooten, provided for under hlj old home, Select, for burtel, An encyclical from Pop Pius was moro recent HURT MONItOfi bond from? tho sum of $5,000.00 to chairman. Of the n4wjbor, 917 are statute, would bo preferable. yesterday in tho Catholic The read whero funeral services were 53,000,00, which he thereupon, gavo felonies, of wh!ljfi$uty-elgh- t aro old Board of pralnnga ConYralsslou-or- s churches, calling on the congregaby tho Rev. Wflliaw gavag'tf Mr, aud Mrs. Dorman Hurt, of & with tho following well known citi- murder cases. gavp excellont services and it Is tions to pray for peace. On Sunday McHen'ry, announce the marriage of Friday, last. ,;, r VjJ $ " zens fvom the western part of tho It Is the. greattt.'Kunibor over be- boliovod that Ua new Cam'mlselonor solemn high mass will be celebrated, their daughter, Marie, to Mr. Ilalllo The deceased Mr. Jawee was' aMfFy., county, as his sureties, viz: W, S. fore a Perry Cqi)t)J Court, and is will do the same. Mr, King has giv- followed by the late Pope Benedict's B. Monroe, which took place in bachelor. He is survived by orh sisDrown, H. C. Brown, H. J. Brown, thought to bo t.b,e.proatest of any en bond, and will assume his duties pence litany. Jeffersonvtlle, Ind.. September 13, ter: Mra. Joe T. Sillier and a brothW. E. Smith, O. C, Cox, Fred Boone, county in tho &WV. at ogee. er, J. S. James. Britain Itunlics Troop and Hlxim 1922. Col-bum ds Ill-hent pro-cse- d- Henry Brown, O. W. Ashby, Roeeoo Bishop and S. D. Boskett. Tho defonda'nt Brown pleaded and Uy jovldcnco introduced in his behalf, tended very strongly to show that ho, was entirely Justified in firing the shot that killed 'Mr Colbum. The ovldence produced In behalf of tho defendant llkowlso showed tho deceased to fiavo been n quarrelsome, dangerous and vlndlctlvo ninn nnd difficult to got along with nnd had, on numerous occasions, raised quarrels with the Brown, and had, on more than ono occasion exhibited his pistol which ho carried concealed on his person and threatened to kill tho defondant therewith, whllo tho defendant was shown to bo a ponceablo, quiet ordofly citizen. Tho evidence of tho Immediate difficulty showed that tho roadlng of a letter written by the deceased, .Colburn to railroad officials at Evansvllle in which tho defendant, Brown and his Assistant, W. E. Smith, were accused of serious dereliction of duty by ono, W. E. Sholoy, precipitated tho'llfflculty which resulted n Colburn's death and according to tho evidence for the defendant, tho deceased was, at tho timo of tho shooting menacing hlmxand nppearod to bo In tho act of drawing from his pocket a deadly weapon, for tho purposo of Inflicting Injury or death upon tho In tho most part by witnesses, On the other hand, tho ev fendant. ldenco for the Commonwealth pro-E. She-ley-, Pat Carnahan, J. O. Brown and Raymond Campbell, tond-e- d on to show lack of Justification the part of tho defondant in shooting tho deceased Colburn. Considerable Interest was' manifested in, tho trial, the court hauso having been well fflledby those desiring to" hoar same during tho entire proceedings. self-defoned Last Call To Tobacco Growers. the last week of the drive to obtain the pooling Aspledges to the Dark Tobacco Growers' sociation required to make certain the organization in! Ohio County. The independence or continued servitude of the tobacco growers of the county will be determined before October 1. Over two Thousand Acres have already been pledged. The most faithful work is being done by the workers in the field and it is confidently expected that more than Two Thousand acres more will be pledged by Saturday night when all committees and workers are, asked to report- - Fellow Farmers let's everybody sign so that we can hold up our heads and go forward with the' procession. Every other county in the Green River District has gone "over the top." Never let it be said that Ohio County is the drone. We can and will report our quota pledged before it is too late. ' Your3 for success, T.' H. BLACK, Chairman. This 13 ve - Blgha. A special dispatch, not confirmed from any other source, says occupation of tho latter place was accompanied by the massacre of tho entire Greek and Armenian population, numbering about 000. Tho British commanders are confident they can keep tho Turks from crossing tho straits or capturing Constantinople until tho arrival of the formidable reinforcements now on the way The reply of the Angora Government to tho Joint Allied noto, outlining the condition under which n poaco conference could bo held, Is anxiously awaited, Imt It Is feared that evon an acepptanco would not relieve the present situation as the Turks aro understood to ho prepared, to demand freedom 6f military action' during tho conference. Tho British Government 5s watching developments closoly, the Cabinet Ministers and defense experts meeting dally for consultation. Ono batallon each of the Coldstream Guards, Royal Fusiliers nnd Rlflo Brigade are leaving Alderahot today for the Near East, and other troops will follow Saturday. The Highland Light Infantry and the King's Scotlsh Borderere are on the way from Alexandria to Chanak. tho main British position on tho Dar-dcnell- Erin Ksul nnd Kum Kales! In tho ASTHMA IS FATAL, neutral zone of tho Dardanelles tho Kemalists now are In possosslon of TO SENATOR WATSON Georgia Statesman Dies Suddenly Had Been 111 Several Weeks '- - as 3. anti-Leag- s'-al- ts ' I. - T -- Cert-torto- ' or for ovi-dou- He-wo- Mc-Loa- n, - ";,' o tcd M eaa-duc- U. S. COURT ENJOINS BIBLE THOUGHTS uc .ForThisWcck IllbU Thought mrmorfied, will prove a prVelcM jixiiBg in KllcrfCfcTS, zap pHp PUjuiftr bl ironpiiOit ijtrnnroiTtTirtrD Tuvraxv t avu eiz.nuissjzsssm II. It, SHOP UNIONS PRAYER ANSWERED: I sought tho Lord, and ho hoard me, and tie-- ! Ilvered mo from all my Ttnrs This. poor man cried, nnd tho Lord hoard j SS" (mm, and saved him out of all his Psalm 3I:3-troubles. Chicago, Sept. '23. Holding tho ALL NEEDS SUPPLIED The railway shopmen's strlko a connot Lord Is my shepord; I shall spiracy In restraint of trade, In Inwant. Surely goodness nnd mercy terference of Interstato commerce shall follow mc nil tho dny of my quel cnrrlags of the malls because life; nnd I will dwell In the house of "where minds meet together on such tho Lord forever. Psalm 23 a purpose, a conspiracy oxlsts withTHE CHRISTIAN'S MISSION: out even n word being spoken," hca'en Is nt hand'. Heal the sick, ' Judge James H. Wllkerson, In Unitcleanse the lepers, rale th dead, ed States District Court, today cast out davils; frcoly yo have re- tli 3 government's plea forv a country-wid- e temporary Injunction explains tho mode and nature of cslved, freoly give Matthew 10:7-- 1 life. Life, ho said, consists of n series 8. agftlnst striking railroad crafts. 8-- 16 GREAT POWER PROM OOD: The decision was hailed as one of of ten solaxlng movements, or alter- nato contractions and relaxations. Ilchold, I give unto you power to tho most significant for law and order ever read Into tho records of Revival of tits apparently tlrowned, tread on serpents and scorpions, nnd the Judiciary by Attorney General ho said, Is an example whore the re- over all tho power of tho nnmiy; Daughsrty and Assistant Attornoy sult Is brought about by alternate and nothing shall by any meant; General McLaughlin, who presented contractions and relaxations. He de- hurt you. Luke 10:19.. SUPPLY IS SURE: Trust In the tho government's case. Donnld K. clared that apparently tl.ad dogs nichberg, of counsel for tho shop- had been revived til such an extent Lord, and do good; so ahaP thou men, said ho would take an appeal that they could walk and do every- dwoll in the land, nnd verily thou thing except function mentally, and shalt be fed. at once from tho ruling. Delight thyself also In the Lord; While tho decision was Interprete- said that It would only be a question d" as" holding in effect that the strik- of time before tho samo effects could and he shall glvo thee tho desl.'us l Ho thine heart. Psalm 37; 3,4. ers were accountable for acts of vio bo produced In man or wom'an. SAFE FROM ALL EVIL. Tho lence, whether those acts were com asserted ho believed a means also mltted by tho ctrllcsrs or not, its ex- - would bo found of restoring the men- Lord shall preserve thee from all evil; he Ehall preserve thy soul. aet form will bo argued before Judge tal processes. pending Psalm 11:72. Wtlkerson next Monday, TRUST HIM ALWAYS: rommlt which ho continued In effect the Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea , thy way unto Itemed)- - in Mlrlijin. present restraining order. the Lord; trus: also in Mrs. A. II. Hall, Casevllle, Mich., Hlnv. Psalm 37:5. Hans Picketing , Tho restraining order prohibited says, "I wl3h to thank you for your Swellings of tho flcsli cans' d by tho shopmon and the Injunction 13 grand good .medicine, Chamberlain's Colic and Diarrhoea Romedy. We arc inflammation, cold, fractures of the expected to prohibit them from: never without It in tho house, nnd bone, toothache, neuralgia or rheureInterfering with operation, pairs and employment on tho roads. I am sure it saved our baby's life matism can bo relieved bj applying this summer." Conspiring to Interfere: Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should Mrs. Mary Carrlngtoa, Casevllle, be well rubbed In over the part afLoitering or trespsssing on railMich., says, "I havo used .Chamberway property. fected. Its great healing and peneAttempting to induce 'road em- lain's Colic and Diarrhoea Remedy trating power eas-- s the pain, rcducs ployes to quit or to prev:nt persons for years and it has always given swelling. and restores natural conin ditions. Price 30c, GOc nnd $1.20 from seeking employment with the prompt relief, per bottle. Sold by Ohio County roads. jAirnOX DELAYED IN Drug Company. m Picketing. SHOP COUKT1, ORDER -- o e Harming employes or would-bemployes or visiting tholr homes. f. o. b. Chicago, S:pt. 24. There will lie KAYICTTK TO GET JUDGING Hindering transportation. TROPHY FOR COMING YEAR no protost by the railway shop Encouraging or directing employChicago to crafts against the form of the order es (union members or others) Lexington, Ky., Sept. 25 Tho In tho injunction case against the 3top work or others to refrain from strikers, Donald R. Rlchberg, attor- Bourbon Stock Yards Trophy, preseeking .work. This is not a stripped tractor, pared down to make a price, but complete sented each year to the winning Issuing instructions or public ney for the unions, announced to team in tho Junior livestock judg with all essential equipment pulley, fenders, platform, throttle-governo- r, night. statements which might have tho As a result It was expected that ing contest held under direction of adjustable drawbar, angle lugs, brakes. This equipment, worth more than above effect. tho College of Agriculture at the Using union funds for purposes to Federal Judgo James H. Wllkerson Kentucky State Fair, will be on dis$100 and necessary on any tractor to make it serviceable and safe, included in will accopt tho proposed order drawn b2 enjoined a3 above. play here In the office of Fayette up and presented to tho court last our price. . No extras to buy. In a statement tonight Mr. Rich-ber- g week by that government. This would County Jndge E. II. Doak, during he Interpreted the decision said mean that thero would be no modi- the coming ytar by reason of th? as a death blow to all big unions befication of tin present temporary re- Fayette county team's victory over cause it will render them powerless 29 other teams from all parts of the straining order. nationally if it is uph Id b tho highIlichbsrg stated that he state at the recent state fair. Three Mr. er courts. would withhold all action until he Lexington boys, Marvin AVells, Ted Between now and Oct. 1st, we will give to every purchaser of an Interna"The decision as I Interpret It, appeals totho Circuit Court of Ap- G:ntry and Estill Harbett, collected means that tho unions will' bo liable tional 8-tractor a genuine high team, honors by scoring 1.50G plow FREE, f. o. b. Chicago. peals next month on the grounds for any unlawful act committed in But this is special offer good only until Oct. 1st and demands quick action. tho District. Court did not have points out of a possible 1,800 In the that connection with a union strike retho power to issue such an Injunc- judging of beef and dairy cattle, See us today. gardless of who committed It," he tion. The case will come up In Dis- mutton sheep and breeding hogs. The said. Wayne county team was second y trict Court tomorrow slmultanfous-lTo Tako Appeal. with tho hearing before the Rail while Breckinridge county took third "That means that there can be no road Labor Doard of a petition by place. national strikes. "When there Is a tho signal men A ratal' of S3G0 In cash prlz-- s was for an Increaso In national strike with thousands of wages. Tho wages of the signal men divided .among the 22 highest scormen Involved thero are bound to bo wera cut at N the same time as those of ing boys in tho contest. The names ame acts which technically would b3 tho shopmen, but the former decid- of those boys follow In the order in lb riolatlou of tho Injunction. Since they finished: ed not to strlko when they were which Marvin Wells, Lexington; Charles the unions would be held responsible promised a rehearing on the deStalkur, Crestwood; Raymond Frow-g- :, for these acta they could not call a creases. Somerset; Edward Dodsln, strike without eventually having all cLexington, the American p?oplo of these facts, shall he an Anglo-Frnc- h defensive traced to improper disposal of sewTed Gentry, their leaders In Jail." Surgeons agree that In cases of Mr. IMchberg said that an appeal Cuts, nurns. Bruises and Wounds David Hendricks Hardlnsburg; Clyde sai (hat the): see what sort of an. or- treaty, which he considers will ln- - age, according to a now circular ensuxo European peaco, ho would have titled. "Sentic j would bo taken regardless of tho the first treatment la most important. Rouse, Alexandria; Wm. E. Cole- deal we havo to pass thru." Tanks for Sewag n, French-ItaliaFrench-Littl- e Bu- man, ITopklnsvllle; Louis Smith, Chitechnical form the temporary Injunc- When au efficient antiseptic Is Disposal," which has Just come oft Catarrh Cannot Be Cured I tcuto and Franco-Polis- h alllanc.s. tion to be issued Monday takes, and tho press at the ColIico nf Airrlcul- promptly, thera is no danger of cago; F, M. Goff, Hardlnsburg; Lou-I- s . Hornsby, Hickman; Mack Roberts, With LOCAL APPLICATIONS, as they Ii assorted his Intention of calling U. infection and tho wound begins to tnra aitd which is belni; distributed cannot rcasu toe seal oi me uiseuno. I leader, and oth- heal at once. For use on man or Montlcello; Rob-r- t Hafer. Hebron; Catarrh la a local disease, greatly In- - Ti:. PKIIIKH .S IlKITISH M. Jewel, ihop-qrafree to Intorobtnd parsons. Co.npl i TOP.PKIK) IJOAT CONS DOWN Inktructlons for er strlkors' officials In an offort to beast, Rorozono Is the Ideal antisep- Raymond McGIome, Vanceburg; Uuenced ty constitutional condition, and ' in order to cure it you must take nn conttructlon of a organiza- tic and liallng agent. Buy It now Maurice Davis, Williamsburg: Joe Internal remedy. Hall's. Catarrh Medl- prpvo that the shop-craf- ts septic tank and disposal bed tor- icine is taken internally and acts thru Dod-BoLondon, Sopt. 24. Tho British ter with a bill or the blood on tho mucous surfaces of tho ' tion liad no connection with any un- and be ready for an emergency. Price Williams, Pembroke; Robert materials nectli 1 m Medicine wuh Steubonvlllo; William Couch, system. Hall's Catarrh beat physicians, torpedo boat Speedy sunk today In the work are given in th now pub'i-cutlo- n lawful acts. :iOc, 6()c and $1.20. Sold by the prescribed: by one of the d It the Sea of ..la.uora following a colS. M. Helton, head of the Western Ohio County Drug Co. m Sturgls; Nathan Holoway. Franklin, In this country for years. tonics Is which contains a number of known, I of tho best of Harrodsburg; Hev-erl- combined somo somo of the beat blootf lision with a Dutch trwl r, says a drawings showing how to build ouch Association of HallPettus, division of tho with putlflera Tho perfect combination of j Reutor's dispatch from ConstantiOOTOlHj.S NOT DANGEROUS; Leachman, Springfield, and Er- - the tnsrdlent3 In Hull's Cntairh Medl- way Executives, said that while ho a system of sowago disposal. It U "Ine Is what produces such wonderful nople. Ten of tho destroyer's crew ro. 131 and may bo obtained frco REALLY TIMID CREATURE , trett Garbandt, Jeffersontown. bad not carefully read tho decision results In catarrhal conditions Send for were drowned ' nnd olshty-scvo- n savt by wrltlnii tho Experiment Sta.Ion testimonials, free. us yet, ha- - believed it to bo "quite V. J. CHENfcY & CO.. Props., Toledo, O. ' ed. exoctopus not The Speedy sank within Sevan LexhiRton. Paris, Sept. 23. Tho right and just." Other railroad LUUKglStS, nc. M mlnutee. Hall's Family Pills for constipation, ecutives refused to comment on tho only Is not'dangorous, but Is a very FOR FLETCHER'S . tH oc- to be a matter tlmld croature," declares Protossor decision, declaring it l.IVK PHACKKLMJ.Y IK I PKACi: DKI'KXDS ON the Joubln, director of tho Fronch TechH KTItlKKKS IMCK l'USST tho government and botwoon VOL' WOUlil) IjIVU 1.OV0 AM.IA.WliS, OPINION In! which the rull-roaIn a state ahup-crnfunion nical Ilurenu of Flshorloa, DKUHICK MlMtDKK rilAUGKS l were not directly concerned. ment to La Llborto. An unusual XO OCEAN TRIPS ' Kanfa City, FOR GERMANS NOW 1 Paris. Sept. 23. World peace JIo.: Sopt. 2- 3- U number of mem,bora of tho octopus Memphis. Taun.. Sept. 24 Eight you would llv long, live peacefully. upon stronjr military nud de- mu, all striking shopmen, If your child Is pule and sickly, fam'ily has come up on the French charged' 23. "Am rlcnns fensive ulllani:es and not upon Sept. Uorlln, rocipofor longcv pick at tho nose, starts In the sloep shore of tho English Channel recentfirst dugrco murder, will h8 on I This U , wjth agreements signed by all Eu- trial tomorrow, four In tho accordioe to David C'. Barnard, 102 'nnd grinds tho teeth while sleeping, ly and bathers huv.o bosn afraid to go still do not seoni to roallzo that GerCriminal many Is shut olf from the rest of ropean nations to forbear from (Court of Urlttpud.n County, Arkan-- I yosrs old, who has bon vlsltus. It ii a euro sign of worms. A rome- Into thu water. bore. against tholr neighbors, ac- j sas, Just across tho .Mississippi "The advonturft which Victor Hii- tno world by nn Insurmountable wall dy for these pnrnsltoH will bo found Uiver ' "Get religion and it's make mi of tho j from this city, Avhoro tholr first ap-- j Vermifuge. It not ro describes, which Is the classic of pauperism or they would not In- cording to the viewpoint fn White's Cream uly olenrs'out thu worms, hut It re- story of tho octopus; has novor ex- vite Germans to make pleasure trtp3 Fp.noh delegates fn the disarma- I p6aranco since their recent Indict so happy you'll Just live easy," tho store health and cheerfulness. Price isted 'except la tho boundlom fmagl-- . to th United States for the moder- ment commission of tho T.uague of ment, arid four will again tako tholr centenarian explained. j1 WiI'JE'fJPO Another contrlbutluc factor to- Nations. places In tho court room her, where 35ipr bottle. Sold by Ohio County nation of tin author," declares tho ate prlco of 5120," says tho ' Philippe Mllet of the Petit rarl-ln- it u professor. on tho conimoutlnK on advertise"The bathers M.oek ono Juror wai solected as ,Wfflnl " lo"K ,lto' Barnard doclar d. Drug Company. . Is constant exorcise. Harnard. n Civil -Urlttany coast havo nothing to' fear ments of American shipping agencies tlan. set forth tho government's , the resu)t oC a ,,)1)B nn(, w o War Totbran. lives with ono of his viewpoint when ho declared that Sir . Inatlon of talosnfen. in German papers. IUsVU'AIj OF DEAD from tho octopus Invasion." nlno children at Jericho Springs, Mo. "Tho Invitation sounds like bitter Ilobert Cecil's proposal for a gen SEEN AS POSSIBLE When you havo au nchey, stretchy Irony considering that $120 Is the oral past in which .all European naChicago, S?pt. 24 Wringing tho.o follng nnd you are dull, tired and average annual Income of a woll-pai- d tions would ougagu thomsolves to SCALE MT. OliVMPlA FOR FLETCHER'S each und every other European workman, or half a year's salstuonMHtly diud back to life, pro- - discouraged it Is a sign of approach-vldiact government of- country fromi aggression Is a beautii U U reported thnt Miss Winona tho oreans of tho body aro not lug malaria or chills. You shoulditer-blti- o ary of tho better-pai- d possibilities quicKiy to waru ok an arnica, ficials who may havo to support their ful theory hut duos not fuco realities. i UaUey. yQ;ut&ut. Is uinong the of Soattlo, and Mra. Laurie otrers you tho help you need. It wives and a family. Tho Fronch Government has given WATKU HUPPIAKS POLLUTED nflrirFfllby the dovolopmont or a now razour, of Chicago, havo suco eded , HV P.OOU SKWAOE DISI'OHAL III Scaling support to tho docAmerican wholo-hcurte- tl "What the middle-clas- s iuicl Dr. ThomaB J. Allen declar- destroys the malarial genu, drives nil fnur ,..nl.-nt AU hVre today in an address before out nil Impurities and mfces you feel considers a 'vacation trip' Is at tho trine which bears tho nam, of M. ed plyml)u' The two women, who aro Anthropolo-B- y bright, vigorous and. cheerful. Pilco presem tlmo exorbltunt lnxury lit the. Denes, of Czechoslovakia. Premier Lexlufcton. I,y., Sept. 25. Many teachers of Ifou Chicago 'Society of Latin lu their s. Drug oyeB of mlllioim of Impoverished Oer- - Donea seeks u sorlw of stronjr COo. Sold by 'Ohio County contaminated water supplies found respective cities, and Greek be tho dlbcovorlei. on Its latent re said to m tary alllancos, tho foetaost ol which in both the city and country can I, fir of HU said, Company. to remind Wo should Dr. Allon The thdr sex to achieve tho feat. Judge Holds Strike To Be Plot In Restraint Of Trade. . iH ID sH cigarettes, m.& I I ril f f& A Lf u If ILiJTTD imm 10 ff 2-furrow O TWJtO They are GOOD! 6. CEP110NAL OFFER sub-Uln- $230 Cut in Price of International Plow FREE P. & 0. arid a Greatest Farm Power Value Ever Offered . International 8! fow $670 Free Plow Offer Expires October 1st 16 , a P&O LUTHER CHINN Beaver Dam, Ky. Stou-bonvlll- o; . -- np-pl- ed ft ; n. com-pose- I i ts Children Cry CA3TO R A -- - . do-p.n- da tlc tu t, I Neue-Berline- 1 . ,, i do-fe- Ohildreii Cry uj CASTO RA mlll-mau- now-eclouc- 4 Da .HXJHI.V KKI.OXH da'krst hour, dey alius say, Is des' bsfo do dawn. I Ilut It's moiifihty ha'd Were do night goes growltn' on;' An' It's moughty ha'd won do clouds Is big and black, An' all de t'lngs you's waited fit Has failed or gone to wrack wld a llttlo Ilut des' keep bit o' song, Do mo'n Is alius brlthtah w'en de nights been long. Day's lots o knocks you's go' to tek Uefo' yo' Journey's done. An dey's times we'en you'll bo wlshln' Dat de weary race was run; Won you want to give up tryln An' des float crpon"do wave, Wen you don't feel no mo sorrer Ez you t'Ink about do grave wld a lit Den des' keep on bit o' song, De mo'n Is alius brlghtah w'on d night's been .long. De whup lash sting a good deal'mo' Do back hit's knowed befo', Swswsy :;SSSS?s$sNNsccNS3 Children Cry for Fletcher's 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 nvvccNNXscNcc All Counterfeits, Imitations ffly 2 just to protect the ' venerations.. Do not he "Just-as-good- coming deceived. Did You Get the Bottom Price, After All? The man who buys a "long discount" tiro usually finds himself troubled by the above question. Did he pay less for the tire than his neighbor might have paid, or ' actually did he pay more? Did he get the bottom price, when all is said and done, or could lie perhaps have driven a sharper bargain? Was the net price really more than he might have had to pay for a tire of established reputation and value? In the belief that the average motorist prefers a frank and open Tread Cord and transaction, we built the new Goodyear Cross-Ri- b discounted the "discount" in advance. Instead of listing it at a high price, to enable the dealer to attract long discount," we list it as low as we you with a d " and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTOR I A Castoria profitably can. e Wc build it of cotton, using the patented construction, and sell it at a lower Goodyear method of group-plprice than you are asked to pay for many "long discount" tires of unknown worth. high-gradIons-stapl- e y An' de burden's alius heavies' Whulh hits weight has made a so', Dey is time w'en tribulation Seems to git do uppah han' An to whip de weary travlah 'Till he ain't got stren'th to stan'; wld a litIlut des' keep on tle bit o' song, w'en do Do mo'n alius brlghtah night's been long. Paul Lawrence Dunbar In Ths is a 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 teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA Signature Bears' the ALWAYS of Pathfinder. .Tun What She Needed. "I used a bottle of Chamberlain's Tablets some time ago, and they prov. ed to bo just what I needed," writes Cazj&cc4Years Use For Over In The Kind You Have Always Bought THE CENTAUR COMPANY. NEW VORK CITY. 30 Compare these prices with NET pricesyou are asked to pay for"long discount" tires Xx3i 3Lx4 CEacLcr . $12-5- 0 3Zx 4 DxJJfStnJgitSik.. 32x3tf"StaScltSae Sttafcht Sde 13.50 19.25 2220 33x4 34x4 32x4 Straight Side. . Straight Side.. Straight Side.. $2450 25.25 25.90 Straieht Side.. 3145 33x4K 34x4 33x5 35x5 Straight Side.. Straight Side.. Straight Side.. Straight Side.. , $32.15 32.95 39.10 41.05 Thete fliers inelude manafattaxi's excite tax Ceoiyem OensJUb Tread Cord Tires arc also modem 6, 7 and 8 lack sizes for trucks Mrs. Volta Bankson, Chllllcotho, Mo. "Thoy not only relloved mo of Indigestion, but toned up my liver and. rid mo 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 them." m FOR SALE BY ACTON BROTHERS, Hartford, Ky. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY, Beaver Dam, Ky. A GltAVK SUGGESTION r" Which Daily Paper? "I was awfully sorry to hear that A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. your father's partner died last night," said Tompkins to the busi ness man's pretty daughter. "I am sure he will be missed." -He was still thinking about the matter when ho left his fair companion, and mado up his mind to see Largest Morning Circulation the girl's father without delay. After expressing his sympathy In a few of Any Kentucky Newspaper words, he suggested that It might b9 found possible for him DOING THK UOMAXS Hut Americans cannot b enforced. XBWSl'AI'UK CLIPPINGS to take tho former partner's place. know that tho law against count r- "An excellent Idea!" replied the appeared to be in All Ilrattlcboro Itcformer In Kansas felting can bo mid Is enforced. Then flames, Rom every quite willing, direction the sky business man. "I'm and 'n m, ..rminrtmn nf tho hons last year the Volstead act can be enforced prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e If you can manage to fix It up with l s, nstlmntcd at $17,000,000, while thosa who deny this are propagan-- j blazed with the light of roflected the undertaker." London essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news prohibition, fires, and from' below rose sounds not thi gold milieu of California yield id dlsts,againstonly agaln3t of all law. of tumult and contusion. On a balenforcement matter first consideration. less than 51. 000, 000. Tho old but cony of tho Imperial palace stood "forty-niners- " passed right thru the FOR FLETCHER'S Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Washington Post It has been n Nero, smiling' out upon tho burning irold fields and didn't know It. fJ blamed city and. strenaly fiddling. long tlpio since anybody Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. Ne- Beyond In an the cheap whisky for any form oi crime. j ro's auntlo was ringing a With Scranton Republican PIKKS DESTROYS MUCH With important legislation coming before Congress , resumption of work In tho anthracitw WILD LIFE Wathlngton Star Lcnlno reports In ''ashed Poppaea Sablna, Nero's nilnos thoro- - arc encouraging prosw,fo- - wringing her hands. "Oh! Oh! and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Johb Js woll and roady for biwl-- , pects for a substantial buslnoxi re- that Protection of forests from fire wae(1 Poppacea Sablna. "the dread-b- o urnal satisfactory arrangement can is the daily newspaper ytfu will need. ! vival. It Is recognized that, with ness.lf 1 They say he had It sot must sp hnnd In hnn'd with the con , made to finance tho business. conditions of outgovernment the most favorable i afirjt himself everybody's Jnlking servation of game, tho put and traffic, fuel regulations will warns. Shelter and food are neces- about It." It Isn't sunProvidence bo necessary, for a time, to provide sities in the lives of most animals "Why, tho old exclaimBy special arrangements we are now ablo to offer for Sun Yat yet. the people with an equitable supply ed Nero's auntie. "And there ho and birds. Both of these elements THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L of coal for hooting as woll as Indug-trlstands, plnylug that frightful fiddle are supplied by our forests and the Toronto Mall and Umpire If tho purpo'sis. decrease of one or the other dimin aa If nothing I had happened. AND striking railway men can resunio mind, only ho's tho worst ishes tho number of 'Valuable wild their seniority rights when they re- wouldn't creatures. Forest fires not only de Providence Journal Tho right to In Rome!" THE REPUBLICAN turn to "work, what becomes of tho fiddler stroy vnluablo timber but also elimiIn, extreme agitation, Poppaea Sastriko If ono thing; tho right to old taying that you cannot eat your Both ono year, by mall, for only $5.75. is quite another. blna rushed out upon tho balcony. nate 'food and shelter for animals. cakes and havo It? "My Lord," sho cried, forgetting In The belief that burning over In cerThis offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but Is tain localities is boneficlal because Youth's Companion Poico, like Organized her excitement to bow, "Rome Philadelphia Ledger burning! Can'st thou not do some- It promotes a new grpwth of grass only to peoplo living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subIt U athappiness,' la a labor Is at tho parting of tho ways. J Ignoros tho fact that grass thus ob-- 1 scriptions may. if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will tained not by loudly demanding It It may chooso tho path consistent thing about It?" Without oaaslng to fiddle, tho Em- taln'ed does not compensate for tho by a courses of moderation nnd with tho retention of our old indusbut date from expiration of present ones. kindliness and Juatlca toward others. trial freedom under new, conditions peror winked reassuringly at her. destruction of trees and the shelter If you profer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Whon public opinion In all nations of organized industry, or it mayi "My dear Poppy," said he, "calm thy- nnd food required by animals, ' Louisville Tlmea for The Courier-Journa- l. Partridges in particular suffer Is strong onough to persuade the choose the path of coercion und class self. There is no cause for alarm. Send or bring your orders to this office. pursue policies that are tyranny. It depends wholly on or- I ordered this llttlo conflagration from brush fires. Indiscriminate Statesmen to oppos-sum- s, modorato, kindly and Just there win ganized labor itself whether It shall myself, and It wijl bring many she- setting" of fires dislodge deer, raccoons, foxes, squirrels and kels into tho coffars of state. You war, but not bofore Hvo bo no moro or die, prosp'r lastingly or five-re- el rabbits und endangers ground-nestin- g that. , precipitately. For it cannot see, dear It's going to mako a the woodcock, birds such as thriller." . survive without public support. " pheasant, wild i turkoy, and whip- - XO Ol'KN SEASON "But J. It. Spencer. One hundred twenty-fThe greatNow York, Commercial. The woodcock is in a lair "I am burning Rome," grlnnod No-r- poor-wil- l. ON WOOD DUCKS ive animals recently were tested est Issue now befor tho country Is Syracuse Journal Tho razorback during ona week for tho disease! ''for tho movio rights!" Way- way vof being exterminated altogethnot transportation" or fuel or tho, hog Is reported dwindling; but thoy er. In seasons of drouth forest fires side Tales. right to strike. It was contained In may bo growing safety ruzorbacks. The close season on wood ducks, Angler Is this a public like,' my Invade marshy places and drlvp out of tho concluding words tho six which has been Jn effect slnco 1918 man? Despondency. animals, waterfowl and of migrapresident's address, "the right Columbia Record. Tho difficulty Old Inhabitant Ayo. shoreblrds. That Is why the forest under tho provisions of tho men to work." That is the ono about maintaining civilization is that enforcing tlo tory bird treaty act, vIU continue, Anglei Then it woa't bo a crime Sutfcrors from Indigestion are apt service Is so strict in greut Issue, nnd If th: president will so few peoplo really llko it. hunting eeason this fall, If I land a fish? to becomo discouraged and feet that rub' about campers extinguishing all during tho bring -- to bear all tho grout powers according to the Bureau of Biologicomplete recovery Is hot to bo hop- fires beforo breaking camp. Old Inhabltnnt No;' it will ba a Tight to conserve that ho "possoj-se- s l Fort Worth Record Tho story ed for. No one could make n greatcal Survey of the United States De- - miracle. American people solidly that a prohibition agent lu Pennsylho will find A young country minister, noted ' er mistake. Hundreds have boen ' behind him. vania turned up 1000 quarts of li- permanently cured by taking Cham for his Jollity, was dining at a farnv birds mav not bo killed anywhere In 1 The Infant Torrlblo If" I wasn't quor on. a farm may prove toibo more borlaln's Tablots and can now ' house-onSunday and whon his plate tho United States. The wood duck, hero tho young man, would, kisa'you. commonly duck of that back to tho farm propaganBrooklyn Kagle .The Sister (horIfletl) You. impertieat anything that thoy cravo. These ' of roast chicken was passed to him or summer many as it Is la oso of localities, way of courting In a hammock da. "Well, known In atnm.nph nnd ' ho romarked facetiously, nent hoy I Oo away' this Instant. tablets stronethen tho ga.mo -,, had one advantage, ovor tho modern onnblo It to porform Its functions na hero's whora that chicken enters the tho most beautiful of natlvo Leslie had always beon very much Ashivlllo Times Pity tho poor turally. If you havo not tried them ministry." birds, and breeds practically thruout motor courtships. When there win n breakdown you didn't have to walk Russian schoolboy who must do his do so at once. "Hope It .does better there than tho United States. Formerly It was afraid of dogs, Ono day, after a m quills in rubles, ten miles to get,.back homo. it did In lay work," rejoined, tho threatened with extinction, but un struggle to get him to pass a Jarge ! Judge (to lady leaving eland) r bright boy of the family. Boston der tho protection afforded by the dbg on the corner, his 'mother Tlio, Best Advertisement. migratory bird treaty act .during tho scolded him for the unnecessary 'fear. Nn'tlonal Tribune rllow chickens I'm sorry to say, madam, that there Trunscrlpt. The best advertisement any mer- tho discrepancies In your testimony. past few years Us nurabprs are now to roost! Thu piti"Well," was ills reply; ' you'd bo do come home Is a satisfied cusJV. llttlo girl who had hash for beginning to shdw an Increase, Elder afraid of dogs If you were 'as1' L?dy (looking down hurriedly) less way In which thoy exacted tho chant can hnvo as I ducks and nwana aro also protected Good gracious, are therq? Where? breakfust looked at the last mouthpound of flosh from Krancj In 1S7.0. tomer. No greater recommendation "' '' r "i ' ' ... -ful of her share long and earnestly thruout tho year, Examiner. now deprives 'tho Germans of tho can bo given an article than tho folV" r., : Pell Sirs. Murphy didn't appre-cia- t? os she poised It on her fork. Then sympathy as to reparations. lowing by E. I). MUburn. Prop., Qulon world's Drug Store, Gujon, Ark. "Wo have "Did you bear that JliHHiy-Jono- s conductod the floral anchor wo sent her passed It out of sight. But tho Tbb drlvoj being mystery still engrossed her mind. against tuborculosls In CritteniUan has got a new, baby up at bU house?' Monitor If tho sold Chamberlain's Cough Remedy dead husband. Christian Science "What Js It?" "Daddy," she said, "what was hash county Is going forward In a steady be enforced, for years and have always found that Jloll Ilow'a that? Volstead net cannot York "A m rid. r.g&lnst counterfeiting It gives perfect satisfaction." manner, according to County Agent Pell She (bought It was a pick. when it was alive?" then tho law The Courier Journal well-chos- j Tit-Bit- ante-chamb- er Children Cry CASTO R flre-alnr- "-- fire-bug- !" al con-spl- ro . I do-cll- no N o, .. e low-dow- .. - flapp-r!"-No- t: fho Hartford Republican Published Weekly by JfiARTFOllO PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEV, Editor and Business Mutineer. Entered according to law at tho .fcstofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall latter of the socpnd class, Address all communications to Ihe Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBEItS Bubscrlbers desiring the paper sent s a new address must give the old Iddress In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lUe for each Insertion. Obltuarlos. Resolutions tnd Cards f Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head line and slgnautro, money tx advance. Church Notices for services free, ftut other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications mfllve no attention. , al TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual J'RIDAY, 59 SEPTEMBEIt 21) TO HOLD BIG MEETING Jfutionnl Outlicring At Washington, Probably In Not ember. Lexington, Ky., Sept, 25. 1922. James C. Stone, of tlio Burley Tobacco Growers' Cooperative Association, has received word that, on the suggestion of Senator Arthur Cap-jiof Kansas, made to Aaron Saplro general counsel for mo3t of the co operative marketing associations In the United. States, a national gathering of farmers Interested In the cooperative movement .will be held er in Washington In the near future, probably following the national conference of leaders of tobacco cooperatives, which Is to be held In this fall. The proposed Convention at Washington will include representatives Ken-luc- ky Beaver Dam defeated Central City The Hartford Woman's Club held Sunday, at Beaver Dam by 7 to 4. season It's intitlal meeting Stevens pretty good contest. with Mrs. J. S. Glenn Saturday af- in a and Dossett and Plr'le worlAQ for ternoon. Eight responded to tho Beaver Dam, while Greenfield and roll call. The new Program Com- So'der formed the C. City battery. mittee, with Mrs. Maggie Griffin as Chairman, outlined a very interest- The Hartford High School outfit ing program for the present quarter. written to Tne cju0 meets, with Mrs. Amos R. administered a rather thick coat of "'""Mr. Saplro already has whitewash on the McHenry School outstanding leaders or tne various Carson, tomorrow afternoon, team at Riverside park Saturday, forassociations with a view to the 12 to nothing being the result Baize to have mation of a committee HORSE BRANCH. did the twirling for Hartford nnd charge of the details of the convenOnly one Shults the backstopplng. leaders of the burley tion, in which Mrs. Minnie Phelps, who has been safe hit was chalked up against tho organization undoubtedly will play 111 for some time, Is slowly Improv- locals' midget heaver. We failed to a prominent part, as representatives ing. obtain the names of McHenry's pitchof one of tho most successful of all Mrs. Ernest Ford, who has bsen ers and catcher. tho American associations the first "in bad health for some time, and af year of its existence. ter taking treatments from Dr. J. S. The Beaver Dam base ball team to the Information Bean, Is Improving. According has requested us to report that they reaching President Stone, Senator accept the challenge of the Rockport Mrs. Lou Stewart Is at the Capper suggested the calling of this her sister, who Is dangerously team, tho gamo to bo played Under national conference of cooperatives HI, In Owensboro. the conditions published in this colior the purpose of bringing to the Mr. Ernest Ford has bought prop umn last week. attention of congress their joint re- erty here, and will move at an ear commendations for forthcoming ru- ly date. NOTICE ral credits legislation to provide Notice is hereby given that Sam Mrs. J. S. Boan was the guest of government aid for financing tho or- friends and relatives In Olaton, Fri- Crowe and other citizens and lnnd derly marketing of tho various farm day. owners living in' tho Roslno jand products controll:d by these assoHorse Branch voting precincts will, Mrs. George Crum'bs has returtled ciations. to her home here, after being at a on Monday, October 2nd, 1922, file "Mr. Saplro's proposal to havo the hospital, in Louisville, under treatin the Ohio County Court their peticonference details in the hands of ment. tion petitioning tho Honorable R. H. a committee of leaders of cooperaMrs. T. H. Baize, of Baizetown, Wedding, Judge of the Ohio County tive marketing organizations was was kicked by a mule, here Friday Court, to have W. W. Hatler remove na acceptable to Senator Cap-- . morning. " certain gates which have heretofore 'jtsTrm . M, " ', are now being mainv' jer. i . been erected and tained by tho said W. W. Hatler over according to in- SEIM'OUS CHARGE AGAINST Capper, LEITCHF1ELD MAN DISMISSED and across the Roslno and Horse formation reaching President Stone Branch public highway, which high, . lias declared that the cooperative TT'-v. .v way runs through, tho said Hatler's as purely associations, marketing After chasing a man over three premises. ! '" Tnisiness organizations of farmers counties Friday afternoon and night Given under myJiand this the- - 19th 1Tltn.l Oinintt -- fnwlinl ft f -. u- u u lor the purpose of merchandising v.; ,,av . , Sentemb0, 1922. 1312 farm products In an orderly man-Tie- r, nates, innueu uoruon uiarK, so, oi SAM CROWE, et al., should be heard In tho matter Leitchflold and brought him to Ow By Dennis Ashley, Road Engineer. of proposed government credit agen- ensboro early Saturday ro'ornIn,g for cies and that the best way to get the a hearing before Commissioner J. MARRIAGE LICENSES concensus of .opinion of the farm R, ,HlgUbn, On a charge of white RECENTLY ISSUED slavery. Ollie Kiper, 30, Leitchflold, ors Is in such a conference. faylof Haynes. Neafus, to MinCapper, who is a promi- whom Clark has since married, Is nie Raymer, Neafus. "farm named In tho warrant as having been nent member of the John Pryor, Whltesvllle, to Pinkie oloc" In the scnato and a prpprlotor transported, from Leltchfleld, Ky., tb Hazolwood, Horse Branch. i -- of a string of successful agricultural Bloomlngton, III., for Immoral purRobert Arnet, McHenry, to Lieu publications, expresses the tylleC poses. Moseley, Beaver Dam, Route 2. Upon arraignment before Commisthat the conference will not only reregard- sioner Hlgdon Saturday mornlng,the U. S. ORDERS 12 DESTROYERS sult In a unified view-poiTO CONSTANTINOPLE ing credit legislation bu,t (that it( man disclosed the fact he was under j "will give the American cooperators $1,000 bond for appearance before Washington, Sopt. 27. an opportunity to discuss their many the federal court at Louisville Octo- I Denby today ordered two dostroy- common business problems, ber 10 for tho same charge. A du pllcate of tho warrant had been used er divisions, comprising twelve de-t- o Speculators Get Some. Chairman Lewis, who succeeded arrest him. Deputy Bates chased stroyers to proceed "as early as ' from Leitthheld to McHenry, Bible, from Norfolk to Constantinople 'Chairman G. R. Tucker, who was compelled to give up his place on J and then to the upper Render mines, with extra supply of provisions" In account of Illness, reported that where ho wont Into the mina and ar- - response to a requost from' Rear Ad- some of the growers 'of Green coun-i- y rested Clark. He brought him. to mlral Mark Bristol, American High at Constantinople, already bad sold their crops to Owensboro, leaving Render at mid- Commissioner speculators, but that the organiza- night Friday night. Clark was re- that they be Bent "for the protection tion expected to add a considerable leased by Commissioner Hlgdon in of American Interests." view of tho fact ho was already un-dIn addition tho supply ship Bridge numlier to the association rolls bond to tho grand jury for tho will proceed ob soon as possible to the closing pf the books. Constantinople. y Warehouse, on charge Tho of-th- e bed-slde-- of .-' ""..-'"- in the country the tobacco growers, the cotton producers, the California cooperators handling fruits, raisins, prunes, nuts and other products; the wheat growers' associations; the cotton and bean growers in fact, every form of copperatlve marketing association In existence In the United States will be of alltho Cooperative Associations We had a big mess of froglegs for breakfast one nJomtng .this week and our wife started us In eating early, as we were In a hurry to get to tho office and ibclng somewhat absentmlnded we for thc'tlme being, forgot the frogs and ent so blame much bacon, sorghum1 molasses and GIANT STALK OF CORN every day stuf we could not eat a bite of those frogs. We've been Mr. G. R. Hickey, Hartford R. 1, mad enough to hop ever since. brought to this offlc yesterday morning a tftalk of corn, which grew MORGANTOWN GETS on his farm near Dukehurst, that ROCKPORT'S SCALP measures 16 feet 1 Inch In length. It measures about 10 feet from the The Morgantown Baseball team root to the ear. It Is of the White took Rockport Into camp Sunday, at Ghent variety, and the sged was Morgantown, In the presenca of a planted June 10, 1922. Mr. Hickey large numJber of fans. When the states that his crop of corn is very Butler Boys had finished with the tall, but the stalk he brought to this Rockportcrs they liad been tomaoffice is the. tallest that he could see hawked five times without receiving in the field. Only a few years ago a a scratch. The Morgantown heaver Kentucky farmer won tho prize at held the visitors to on? hit and the State Fair for having on exhibi- made 9 batters hit nothing but air. tion the tallest stalk of corn. We Lasloy and Hammers formed the do not remeinber the name of tho Morgantown battery. Snodgrass nnd farmer, nor tho leng'th of the corn, Martin worked for the Ohio County but we can say that If If was more team. Morgantown also shut-oCentral than 16 feet 1 Inoh, it was some tail corn. City, at Morgantown, on the 17th.. garnering for themselves 9 scores. ( Morgantown AVOMAN'S CLUB MEETS will play Rockport on WITH .MRS. J. S. GLENN the latter's diamond October 1st, ut Angllana nvenno, has been dismantled and moved to Georgetown, giving houss. tho Flftlii district The Growers' warehouse, on South Broadway, Is being dismantled also and the matorial In tho building will bo used to construct one of tho receiving plants r ccf.'nry at other points In the Burley district. Reports from the bright belt of Virginia and tho Carolinas toll of Increased advances, to the growers and of suits filed against breakers of contracts to deliver tobacco. Aaron Saplro, general counsel of tho Burley Association, spent several days in the bright district before going to potato where Main this week, growers are forming a cooperative marketing association, and sought his ndvlco and assistance in the preliminary work. The suit of tho Burloy Tobacco Growers' Association against Garrett Watts, In which tho association Beaks to recover liquidated dnm'nges of $3,500 for his al leged failure to deliver 70,000 pounds of tobacco he had pledged to the Association, besides counsel fees of $1,000 will come up at the next term of court in Bourbon county In which tho case was filed. Several other cases of tho samo kind are to be filed soon, Assistant Counsel Virgil Chapman said. ' N STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) to Tho woman who is flgur'd with that rccluso and exile, Bill Hohcnzollem certainly has never encountered much troublo In troddlng through life. If she por-ris- ts In pursuit of the thing now, after we've warned her, that's her misfortune and not ours, hook-u- p Let Us Show You Why the woman who? I owns n MONARCH MallcablO Katlgd fa &U wnys assured of con.stiint and with, The inventor of tho graphophono responsible for and player-pian-o moro Insomnia than all other evils combined. We predict that when they land In that burg on the further banks of Jordon they will be greeted by "It's a hot thno In the old town ae tonight." Something' thnt will not happen during the present century Ike Mason falling or refusing to talk while Doc In normal condition. Plrtle and Tlnsley falling to go fishing when tlniOk and opportunity affords factory service. Mallcablo Iron and riveted airtight construction permits quicker .heating and moro oven baking It also reduces tho fuel costs to minimum. Como In and seo. our completo line and learn of tho attractive prices at which you can buy a MONARCH MALLEABLE Tho "Stay Satisfactory" Hnugo ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KY. a guest of friends LAWS SOON WILL week. PROHIBIT STRIKES last Noble Clark Mr. in Beaver Dam been working nt Dcanflcld, Is at home for a few days. Mr. Charlie Qulsonberry nnd wife of Whltesvllle, visited friends and relatives horo Sunday and Monday Mrs. Joe White, of Narrows, visited her daughter, Mrs. M. C. Stone, Monday. Mrs. Y. L. Mosloy, of Hartford, Is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ray .. , Cook. Jl rs. . Jill UljfDab tor. u (8 d a u ? h t r. Miss FJoyo.j wcnt-- i to;Ihyso Branch Tuesday & Mrs. M. C. Stono, who has been III, is Improving. Tho work and boarding cars, of the I. C. Construction crow are on tho siding hero. Tho crow, In charge of John WlJIIams, will b'gln the building of a water tank next week. who was Injur ed In No. 4 mine, when a lighted Pood Supply or ScrWcc Ncccsvary match exploded his carbido can last To, Life Must Not Bo week. Is somewhat Improved and Cut off, He Snjs. hope Is entertained for his early recovery, at the homo of Mrs. Hallie Albauy, N. Y., Sept. 27. Early McDanlel, In Beaver Dam, where he adoption by the Republican Congress boards. of laws at once prohibiting strikes o '' OIAVTON. which "cut off tho supply of food or service necessary to the life of tho community" and at tho samo time Mr. Henry Felix spent Friday In protecting tho workman's liberty, Owensboro. was predicted by Ellhu Root, temMiss Vlcy Bratchcr of Route 2. porary chairman. In his address be- who has. been working In Louisville, fore tho Republican State convention cam'e homo Saturday. today. Mr. J. P. Thompson of Horton, Touching on the recent rail and was the guest of his nephew, Mr. H. coal strikes, Mr. Root said: T. Felix Friday and Saturday. "We are nil employes and laborers Mrs. Bird Bean, of Horse Branch, and the general public is apt to be spent Tuesday with Mrs. W. B. Impatient about strikes. So long as strikes wero a contest between laborMiss Maud Miller left Monday for ers nnd employers to secure for la- Bowling Green, 'where she will enbor Its fair share of the new wealth ter school. ; which has come to mankind thru In.Mr. A. O. Daniel of Dundee, was vention and discovery and applica la town Tuesday. tion of science, and the art of orRev. J. L. Dellart of Beaver Dam, ganization, the sympathies of tho filled his regular appointment at the, American public wero with labor. Baptist church Sunday. When a strike becomes an attempt Dr. Godsey, of Narrows, was in to coerce the public into taking ac- town Friday. tion by cutting off tho supply of Mrs. Walker Ferry of Ttouto 2, food or service necessary to tho life went to Rockport Saturday. of the community I am suro that the Mr. Fred Faught, who has been public fooling Is going the other way. living J n Beaver Dam, for the past "I think that in this country we year, moved back to his home, at are gradually approaching the point this place, Monday. where tho law of tho land will pro-viMr. Lewis Martin Is running as for distinguishing between the Mail Clerk on tho Lebanon and two kinds of strikes, and protecting Grccnsburg railroad this week. by tho public against compulsion Mr. Fltzhugh Martin and Mr. E. of peril to llfo or of destructhreat M. Hoover, of Ow'onsboro, were in tion to the'machincry of civilization town Sunday. protecting the and at tho sam'o-tlmMrs. Fannie Martin is visiting Mr. workman's liberty to refuse to work Lou Martin, at Hartford. and the workman's liberty to work. Tho protracted meeting at Cane If we can not como to that point Run closed Sunday with three imthen the American Government of mersions. i all the people by all tho people and Mr. Almyer Qufscnborry, who has a! for ull tho people will fall, and Perhaps 'few will rule tho many. T wo are approaching that point as rapidly as Is practicable and wise to do o "'t o-- ei SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER The children of Mr. and Mrs J RIcEardson gathered at .their hemi near Cromwell September 10 JUtgavo a .surprlso dinner In. honor of Mr. Rlchnrdson, It being hit reveutlcth birthday. The tabid was filled with lots of good things to oat, and Mr. Richardson ntcelvcd sevoral presents. Tboso present wore Mr. nnd Mrs. Luther Chapman and two chlldrou, Hiram ami Oletta, Mr. and Mrs. Talmago Faught, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rlchanlson and daughter Martlno, Mr. and Mrs. Guy C hi mi and two children, Oswald and Orvllle, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Chlnn, nnd two children. Paul and Truman, Mr. Claranco Richardson nnd daughter, Mildred, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Rlchnrdson and Misses Mlnnlo'aml Blna Faught-- . Tho evening was spoilt oatln? Ico cream, wator ml Ions and pjaylng games. All went home happy and hopo Mr Richardson will havo another birthday dinner next year. ONE PRESENT. H. attempt." OLATON ROUTE 1. n..,.. nt pos-Cla- rk Chester B. Lyons and son, Daniel, motored to Beaver Dam - Sunday, where they visited John A. Daniel, ' and family. Mrs. Frances E. Allen Of Roslno, Is at Beaver Dam, making an extended visit with her sister. Mrs. Hallie , McDanlel. Rev. Wilbert Halle was In Olator Sunday, a guest of friends and seeing after his property thero. He has been In Beaver Dam for two weeks visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen. Rev. S. Rlggs of Beaver Dam, Will Ky., leave soon for Barbourvllle, where he will attend tho Methodist Conference, that convenes in that city. Mr. J. W. Hall, who conducts a grocery In Beaver Dam, has sold one of his cottages. at Olaton. Mr. and Is. Hall has bought a Ford learning to drive It. Mrs. Thomas Peach, and Miss Inez Peach, of AVlllIams Mines, wero In Beaver Dam Saturday, guests of Mrs. John Allen, and Mr. Allen. A house numbering system has been Inaugurated In Beaver Dam and much cogvonlenco In deliveries by grocerymen is In evidence, as a OHIO COUNTY -- t School Fair FORDSVILLE, KY. y ' October 20-2- 1 Programs will be mailed to teachers later. CLARENCE MASON, Ch'm'n. WILL PARK, Sec'y. result. Mr. Edward T. Lang of Rosine, was 'in Beaver Dam last week, on' business. Mr. Clem S. Moxley, surveyor, was be-lo- ro or Qeary-Buckle- i .v ujftf. hifcit'ftah . P!ito Sallcl cloina the blood. 'I I Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses The season is now here for For Hot Soup, Hot Hamburgers, and Beef Stow drop in at 13t3 HEO'3. Mr. F. L. Hono of Cin'crtPvn, was tho Biie.1t' of hlj broiler Attorney, John T. Ronev city, Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Tlchenor, who for some tlm'e ln've had rdoms in tUo homo of Mrst OlUo Barnott, havo moved into tho homo of, Mr, Jamos Used Gars; Used Trucks We have on hand several used Ford touring cars; one Ford roadster; one truck; one 2 ton truck and a 1 922 model Chevrolet 490, been run 600 miles. We are closing these cars out at bargain prices. All in good running condition, and we will demonstrate at your ' request 1-t- your Fall We are in a position to show you the greatest variety that it has been our privilege to show in years. The styles are prettier and the prices are lower than heretofore. Ready-to-Wea- r. Patton. Martha, Maty and Richard Sande-fu- r, of. Weaver Dam, were guests of their aunt, Mrs. M. L. Heavrln and Mr. Heavrln, city, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Gortrudo Schlcmmer, stenog- on 1-- i' ' , COATS $7.50, $10.00, 1&, $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. rapher for Tho Creasey Corporation, at Paducah, is milking an extended visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer, city. near of Mrs. Curtis Whobroy, town, left Monday morning for Indianapolis, Ind., to Join Mr. Whobroy who has a position as conductor on tho Strcot System, Mr. ond Mrs. Edgar Fowler, of Central City, will motor to this city the Sunday, whoro they will bo guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. SchUmmer and family. ' A complete line of Misses' and Children's garments, all shades, qualities and prices, from $1.50 to $15.00. Beaver Dam Auto Co. i Beaver Dam, Ky. Good MILLINERY No "more complete found than can lie had in this Consult our milliner for your needs. a 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. SEEUS. Messrs. I'axton Casebier and Taylor, Dcaver Dam anil Misses Mildred Stevenson and Florence Nelson, city, motored to Owcnsboro . Wednesday afternoon. Or-nn- a progress was mado in filling Grass was started by the See ELLIS ICE CO. before putting rains and pastures are somewhat In your winter supply of coal. 14t4 better; but more rain is noeded in all sections, especially the hilly disMessrs Curtis Maple, city, and tricts. Plowing and preparing soil Goffrey Barnard, Route 2 Hnrtford, for fall seeding made fair progress; left Wednesday morning, via auto- but Ore ground Is stil too, dry in mobile for Akron, Ohio., where they many localities. Further rain is will be employed with the Goodyear needed at onco to prevent this work from being; unduly delayed. Some Tire and Rubbor Company. rye, sown for a cover crop, is comMr. and Mrs. W. O. Woodring and ing ,up since the rains. Very little childr.u, city, left Sunday morningS wheat has been sown as yet. Gathfor Terro Haute, Ind where they j ering and marketing of pears and aps. will vlnit Mrs. Wodrlng'a parents, j ples continues under favorable They will also and other relatives. go to Now York to witness the J. L. KENDALL. Meteorologist. . World's Series, of Baseball. Phyto Sallcl for rheumatism. silos. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Mason, anfl department. daughter, Ethel, of New York spent the week end in Hartford, the, gussls of Mrs. Amanda Phillips. They are visiting in Owenshoro at present. Mrs. , i J. Ney Foster and chliarcn, - Joseph and Alice, who- have been tho guests of relatives In this city for tho past week, will leavo for their horn: in Dcrmott, Ark., tomorrow. Misses Loreno Westerfteld, city, and Miss Satlyo Laura Williams, near town, left Monday morning for Bowling Green, where they entered school at The "Western Kentucky State Normal. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hayes, of Chrlsinan. 111., who havo been tho guests oT Dr. and Mrs. J. It. Pirtle and other relatives In this city, for several week?, will return to their home Sunday. con-ditlon- on Mission. Rev. R. E. Fuqua is having logs hauled to tho mill and sawed into lumber for the new house which, ho is soon to build. He has sold his (arm here io his sons, Gilbert, of Louisville and Richard, of Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Wado ami' children visited relatives at Barnetts Creek "Saturday night and spent Sun- day with Mrs. Wade's father, L. c' Hoover, of this neighborhood. Herman Crowe purchased a mule of General Hoover, of Pleasant Ridge Tuesday. ' V . spiring talk 2Z$Gb ; : t FOR SALE 7 thorough bred Rhode Island Red! Cockerels, subject to registry. MRS. E. B. PENDLTON, Hartford, Ky; WORK OF HOCKPORT or FOR SALE (10 ACRE FARM, Known as the Buck Duvall farm, situated on the CLEAU RUN public road between Select and Baize-towicontalns newly painted A largo crowd attended the en- dwelling with gopd. barn and orchard. tertainment given by the Clear Run Price ?690. r:7 S. S. last Sunday. Rev. Birch E.W.' JACKSON, Shields was present and gave an in x Beaver Dam, Ky. n, ,The Hartford Republican SK1TE.M11KR 2 Phyto Sallcl cleans the Livor. I3t3 Bananas, Oranges and Lemons at HEG'S, yIIAV, EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cU. SMOKE At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Phyto Sallcl nt all Dealers. LOST Man's coat, Saturday night Sept. ICtli, on pike between Hartford the that rumor so's to .Home-mad- e candles and pies at and Beaver Dam. Coat Is tan with Alm.irilnrs interested." Washington , 13-w. J, HEG'S. . -blue checks and has name 6. S. Tea- v - " if , ,W ....1 I Mr. and Mr3. Leslie MiJ&s nnu cnll-Jre- n gue, on Inside pocket. Return to S. Mrs, J. B. Tappan, city, went to of Cincinnati, Ohio, are' tho S. TEAGUE, Centertown, and receive 14t2 Louisville Monday, shopping. guests of Mr. Miles' parents, Mr. $nd reward cjf $10.00. Mrs. Jim: Miles of McIIenry. Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon left her homo Mrs. Leila Stevons of Beaver Dam, Airs. O. M. Bishop, who is resid- in Lawrencoburg, Tenn., Sunday afIs visiting Mr. and .Mrs. P. B. Taylor, ter spending threo weeks,' with her ing in Owcnsboro with her son, city. who is attending school In that parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Stewart, of Cromwell. Mrs. Stewart, who has Mr. W. S. Tinsley has boon con- city, spent ye3terday in Hartford. been 111 for threo or four weeks, Is fined to his room slnco Tuesday, with " LOST Bunch of Keys on Beaver Blowly improving. ' illness. Dam and Horton road, near Iron Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke, city, Cromwell, bridge. $5.00 reward. Notify Miss Martine Taylor, of and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Hayes, of H. J. BOYD, Is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Lucy HubChrisman, 111., returned Saturday Martwlck, Ky. 3t bard, cjty. night from Montgomery, AlaTT where Mr. Harry May, dopot agont nt they had been tho guests of Mr. nnd Bale-tieBarbed Wire and Field filling the placo Mrs. Henry M. Pirtle. They made ELLIS & BRO., Providence, Ky., is Fence. Seo W. E. of the local (depot agont, W. ,0 th'e trip via automobile. 10tf Hartford, Ky. Woodring, who is, taklug his XOTICE We are installing a tipMrs. S. T. Barnett, city; attended ple and hoist on" our yards to unload Conference, at Central the Methodist Mcssrc. Gilbert Holbrook and A. coal from barges and will bo In opCity, last week. D. White, of Owensboro, were guests eration by October 15. Can supply of Mr, Holbrook's father, Judge' J. you with any kind of coal. In any Cures Miliaria, Chills, Fev- D. Holbrook and Mrs. Holbrook, city, quantity, any day In tho year. Prices er lllltoits Fever, Colds and Monday.. 14t4 reasonable. (Al120' IiaGrlppo. ELLIS ICE CO. Mr. and Mrs. O. .0. Hunter, Mrs. Mrs. Anna Lloyd of LoulM-Jle- , Miss Mary, Rendor returned to her W. S. Tinsley, Mrs. E. G. Barrass and In Hartford! tho spent tho woeU-en- d Miss Mildred Stevenson, city, wero homo in the Matanzas country TuesA. E. Pate. Buest of Mr. and Mrs. in Oweneboro Friday afternoon, of day, attor spending sevoral days in Llvernijore7the guest of Mrs. W. H. Timothy seed. last week. Best quality Rye and Render. Mrs. Randgr, Miss nendor Turnip seed in bulk. Messrs. Walter F. Craddock, and and Mrs. F. L. Johnson and son, & BItO.. W. B. ELLIS Wallace Smith, of McIIenry, are Phillip, motored to Owcnsboro Hartford, Ky. 10tf among tho Ohio Countians attending University of Kentucky Roofing and Fluo Caps pro- -; school at the Metal Mr, and Mrs. Roscoo Jarnagin and . 110 l.n "'0" family, who have been residing in HARTFORD TIN SHEET METAL thlsclty for some time, have movDr. Robort Ford, Llvermoro, WELDING WORKS, Hartford, Ky. Attorney Glover H. Ca-r- ed to Rockport, near which place Calhoun, Mrs, William Hatcher, Mr. Jarnagin la employed. Mr, F. Dr, and Mrs. J. B. Tappan and son inLeach, city, Henderson and Mr. and Mrs. L, B. L, Belcher and family will rnVivo Park, and Mrs. HJnton Tichenor, near town, wero guests of to tho house vacated by Mr. Jarnamotored to Central City. Sunday, Mr. W. G. Bennett, city, Monday. gin, on lower Mill Street, whero they wero guests of relatives. mift''1"4" Farmer "No" replied confidentially, Mr. nud Mrs. Thomas Whitehouse and children, Evlvlan, Willard, Judge and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and Evelyn, of near Narrows, and Mrs. Everctta Hlmes, city, wore wero week-en- d guests of Mrs. White-hous'e- 's la Owcnsboro Tuesday. sister, Mrs. L. C. Acton, and Mr. Acton, city. Hon. A. S. Bennott, of Louisville, spent Sutrday night with his father, Miss Bertha Pirtle, of Canoyville, Miss Mortimer Wallace, of Spring Mr. W. Q." Bennott, city. Lick, and Mr. Hayward Pirtle of Miss Alenne Leach, of BcaverDam', Stone, spent from Thursday of last has entered school at tho University week until Monday in McIIenry, tho. guests of Mr. and Mrs. of Kentucky, at Lexington. ' '' I. T. A. I sianeu air .e keep josn summer CorntosscV 3t .,! Aasnrfnffnn Tho P'lrnnt-Tn'ipliof Ttockport has resumed activities for the year, enrolling at its first meeting seventy-fiv- e charter members. Officers elected were; Mrs. Z. Harrel, President; Mrs. Roy H. Foreman, Vice President; Miss Lou Hazolrigg, Secretary; JIIss Mabel Russell, Treasurer. the Mrs. A. B. Kevil secured privilege of taking the school census and donated the proceeds of her Mrs. Z. work to the association. Harrel secured the privilege of collecting tho school taxes for the year and will' donate the percent for collections to tho organization. Our members are very enthusiastic and wo hope to havo a great increase in enrollment through tho work of tho committee on tho membership drive. -- FLORSHEIM SHOE i n-- na - Da-Yi- d, Bill, please! What did you have? 'Goo'dness knows! I ordered hash." Diner Waitress f CROP AND WEATHER REPORT FOR WEEK Summitry of weather nnd crop conditions in Kentucky for the neck ending, Sept. 20, 1022. Louisville, Ky.. Sept. 27, 1022. Moderate to 'heavy rains over most of the State the first of tho week caused- - Improvement in much of tho late crops as had not matured. Tho greatest Improvement was in lato potatoes, which aro fair to good in some northern counties; principally the gardening districts near the larc-- er cities. Tho growth of potatoes by drought, has been so delayed considerable part of the, crop that a will neod three weeks yet for maturing. 'There was also improvement in lato corn and tobacco In the northern ot counties, where tho condition these crops is fairly good. They havo generally matured In tho southern counties, where most of the tobacco has been housed and corn cutting Is fat advanced, Thore is considerable tobacco still In the field in tho northern hurley district. Tho weather continued favorable for curing tobacco, and for drying corn in shock; also for harvesting cowpea d. and alfalfa hay, which la nearly Tho quality of this late bay Is generally excellent, but the yield was curtailed by the dry weather. cpm-plete- p A marl' ' the-mos- t exenough to please treme trim enough to suit the Florsheim more reserved-JTh- e Rialto will be worn wherever good fellows get together. ) s, The RIALTO A fine New Florsheim for Fall $10.00 FOR THE MAN 666 ........ J ItBijiHHJ y, Carson Hartford, Kentucky. (l Co; V r . N'- - -- 'l t " I growth or producing eggs can not which accounts for tho largo supplies asslmllato enough nutriment from on hnnil this year. Prices to tho wholo or cracked prulnu to supply fnrmor, however, have now reached tho maximum need. When tho grain n low point on both eggs and poultry, Is ground, sayd tho United States and ho Is not nmrkstlng poultry of Agriculture Httlo ly, but Is holding his birds for Is required of tho gizzard, and trr prices or using them on tho moro of tho feed can be used bio at home. Poultry fnttenng stain making flesh or eggs. tions that nro usually crowded at Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican has made a special Tho scratch grain part of the ra- - this season aro now. only about two-tlohowever, IsTiecded to glvo tho thirds full. , clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial gizzard something to do Jn order to I . Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one keop the birds In health. For lay-'- ,. . . ,.,,,, .. Miiiuirim DirillllUj.s A I'llre- year for the low price of ing hens the scratch grain thrown In brcd Pig r Calf. i the litter provides an Incentive to In selecting birthday and Cmas needed exercise. gifts for children in communl- It was onco thought that tho mash I (IPS wflV tint irtvii n rural -- ANDnuon.tn.n1 mIm ' ' ' should be fed wet to produce the best ' calf or other animal? This Is tho rosults, but experiments havo proved suggestion of the United States Di- ., i .hi,,i i. i..t m The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest ". feed, the con- -i partmont of Agrlculturo, which, with palatablllty of the wet tho various States, is conducting the and best papers in the South and we hope to receive venlenco of feeding It dry overbal"Better Sires IJetteY Stock" camances nny slight gain In production. paign. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and A recent qucctlonnalro stuKentucky's Greatest Newspaper. Feeding It dry Is now tho usual dy of the utility valuo of purobrcd seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in me'hod. Digestibility Is not Increas- llvo stock showed, among other reyour subscription now. Don't delay. ed by wetting. sults that homo influpnce is an ImThe principal objection to the w t portant factor governing tho breed- mash Is that it requires too much lng of superior domestic animals. In labor. It must be moistened, then I fact, it ranks In importance next to carried to the hens onco a day, and sales, fairs, and shows, taken colthe troughs must bo cleaned after lectively. When parents show' their er crops this fall to protect their .mnvnnr-afHMn- .i rtxmjiim'j. ;, i each feeding. Cleanliness is abso- interest In good stock tho children lleldg from oroslon nnd leaching durn ing tho winter, according to County lutely essential, becnuso Indigestion aro moro likely to do so. Agent It. C. Itoutt. and diarrhea will result from tho A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comOne breeder told of receiving some 11ZCS2K CtiM iHWtf feeding In dirty troilghs. On tho pure-bre- d llvo stock na n wedding plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. (MnSls other hand, tho dry mash hopper gift from his father-in-laKTMItT Farmers In tho Nolsonvlllo section Q fill That State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenmay bo filled onco a week or even, beginning was an important influ3Srfl of Nelson county will U3e moro than J tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news less frcqu ntly. Hens do not over- - ence, which resulted In an ontlrc five carloads of Umestono this fall R Succeed when everything tlse faili. of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, MarIn nervous prostration a::d kmale oat of dry mash as they sometimes herd of well-breprofltablo animals, in order to demonstrate tho valuo wcainesse they are the sarin inr do of wet feed. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaa practical influence in the couple's of this material for soil Improvement temedy, at thousands have testified. to their neighbors, County Agent C. ble authorities on these special subjects. prosperity and happiness. FOR K.DN&Y.L.VERAND October I llest Month To Pick Gifts of good, llvo stock, tho de- U. Hill says. STOMACH TROUBLE Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with llreedlnj Hen. partment points out, aro not only acIt Is the best medicine err sold a daily newspaper that interests every member of over a dtuggls-'- a counter. Lexington. Ky., Sept. 23. With- ceptable In themselves but with Kxhlblts by farm boys nnd girls the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you in th& next four or five weeks ev- proper handling multiply and give who aro members of Junior agriculery farmer In Kentucky should se- pleasure, satisfaction, nnd financial want in addition to your local paper. tural clubs provided ono of the fealect and mark tho best hens In hl3 benefits for an Indefinite period. tures at tho recent Cnmpbell county . If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to poultry flock In order that these fair, County Agent II. F Link says. your remittance. birds may be used In special breed- Hailstorms Kill Stock nnd Hurt Peo- Moro than 100 entries by tho younging pans next spring, according to J. ple on Train sters competed for tho $300 In cash Order your subscription through &pe- It. Smyth, poultry extension prUos which were offered. Speaking of hailstorms, It Is selTHE REPUBLICAN, Ul .cl&llblll-inr- a dom that even the oldest Inhabitant ClUUSl Ul I lie lullv.'KU Afnnv ffirmnrs uhn kpflti linnl- - ! can Hartford, Ky. boat this report sent in to the try as a sideline as well as scores of United States Department of AgriFOR PFRWMAI uvrirtjc experienced poultry breeders in the culture by on? of tho field workors Dusolvcd la water for douche atopo Ohio County state have found that the egg pro- at a station In Colorado: pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam-maUo- a, duction of mest any flock can be In- Recommended fcy Lydia E. "Most of tho hailstorms have oc- F.nkham Med. Co. for tea year. creased by selecting the highest pro- - currC1 sinco ,ho w,ntflp whent WM A Iienlinrr vronJer tar nn.nl -, ,n ducing birds in the flock and mating h. rvf CIUCUIT COURT ore throat and tore some sc.lnns s,lch Economical.' .... iuiarInafy tlcuras oye ircimiuJiil pm,rr. I thorn, with desirable males for the severa storms were experienced that nd Meets first Monday In March, May V Georgia farmers shipped 19 car vats by a lawless element was given production of hatching eggs. corn and row crops were cut to tho and July: third Monday in Soptembof October is perhaps the best month, ground, small pigs and poultry were nnd fourth" Monday in November: loads of live poultry cooperatively wide publicity thruout the country, in tho first six months of 1922, ac- records of tho Department of Agrl for selecting such a pen slnco It Is killed outright, and buildings were udgc George S. Wilson, Owsusboro. cording to reports to the U. S. De- - culture show that during the month ' possible to pick out tho high pro severely damaged. Coni'th. Attorney Qlover II. Cary, f I ifcvi Calhoun. uartment of Agriculture. This poul of August practically all the cattle duclng hens at that time of the y.ar. "A St. Louis and Denver train on try was fed, managed, and standard- In Echols County were rltnnpH .m,w Farmers who wait until spring to tho Burlington lino was caught In a Clerk Frank Black. pick out their breeding hens will find very severe storm and was compelled Master Commissioner B. II. Ellis, ized for shipment as recommended Federal or State supetvision Most opposition to tho eradication that they are unable to distinguish to stop until the storm passed over. .Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor county extension hy State and USQ easily between heavy layers and During tho storm all of the windows of cattle ticks rpsnifa fmn, COUNTV COURT iarity with tho purpose and benefits those t,,at Proluco only a snrall and ventilators on tho north side of Convenes first Monday in each Demonstrations were carried on of the work or from unwillingness number of eggs during the year. Af-t- o the coaches nnd many of those on I receive information pn the SUh- - ter the hens have been elected, they the south sldo were broken out. The month: county extension agents in 1921 1y Judge R. R. Wedding. leg bands or hailstones were said to bo simply on 250,000 farms with a variety of ject. Moro than 15 years of ex- - should be marked with County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. crops and animals. In connection perience in conducting systematic som& other device In order that they pieces of rough ice, many of them j Clerk Guy Ranney. according dipping has enabled the Department i mav uo recognized in the spring with these demonstrations, the size of hen's eggs. Tho stones Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Doputles: the U. S. Dapartment of Agriculture to meet all situation when the time for mating arrives. to reports to were so large and driven with such a Mack Cook, Iris Ronder, Georgo' Only those hens that are not strong wind that they went thru or Agriculture, 75,000 field meetings and opposition encountered up to tho t P. Jones. -moulting or those that have just both sashes and the screens in the present time. Tho usual education an attendance of were held, with fl 1 4.JE1 Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe Old Fasbioncl al work is generally effective, but started should bo selected when the Pullman car windows. Where the breeding hens aro being picked in curtains were pulled down as a last QUARTERLY COURT additional persuasion combined with Remedy for Worms also resort, they wero ripped to shreds Convenes first Monday in each month. law enforcement is at times neces- -' October. Tho yellow color Seventy. fire yeaucontia. Both eggs and poultiy are I uouaute it tka beit tciti. should be faded from the shanks and Tho passengers took refuge und.r . as among our most valuable sary. FISCAL COURT monlal FREY'S VERMIf UCE beaks of birds belonging to yellow-Prom- pt the seats on the north sides of the. foods, but the United States Departcan offer you. Is setting out to breeds. Vigorous hens hav-Sa- cars. After tho storm the hall was Action against Hog Cholera shanked Keen a bottle always on Convenes Tuesday after first Mon- ment of Agriculture hind. It will help keep lng a bright, clear, prominent eye said to bo several inches dep over Wwn Sunday. Heavy loss. ".-- . lind definite information regarding the little onea healthy Kxprl--atrenWatch for tho first hog to show with an eyelid that Is free from fat the floors of tho cars, and when the Mrs. Fannie Martin is visiting Mi iheir vitamin contents. and happy. aro being carried on with rats signs of cholera, advises the United usually will have many of tho char-Stat- train was finally nblo to pull Intoli Lou Martin, at Hartford. 30cbottle.tjrourdnif(it'aor gtnenUtoie; or ii your datltl in Akron, a distance of 4 miles, man) Department of Agriculture. If j acteristlcs that aro desirable Tho protracted meeting at Can .and pigeons to show how they com-Tar- o can liiipplyyou.icndliiin.m. at 30c in atainpa and Wil respect with beef, pork, the herd is treated immediately it Is breeding hens. It Is Important that of tho passengers wero given madlca in this Iun closed Sunday with threo luf, aaad you a Louie promptly. ., "v-- generally possible to save tho herd all hens selected for the breeding pen treatment for gashes made by flylnif "town. . and other common foods. LAS. FRET. EiWaart, Hi. wjth but few losses. If the disease, bo laying at this time of the year. glass and bruises from tho hail- 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmon Two district dairy calf club shows however, Is allowed to reach all the Soft, pliable, pelvic bones that aro stones. The train was abandoned 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fordi villo. held in New Castle County, animals before tho serum Is applied wldo apart and a soft pliable nbdo-mo- n at Akron and a now train made up to that has at least two and one-ha- lf carry th9 passengers on cast." Cth District Sam H. Holbrook, HartDol., August 3 and 4, where club heavy losses may bo expected. Antl- fingers depts between tho pelford, R. F. D. No. 4. demonstrated to dairy hog cholera serum is a preventive members WILL larmers their ability in selecting dai and not a cure for hog cholera, the vic bones and tho end of the breast FluMiiiiR Eues Insures Lnmli Yield, Cth District Mack Martin, Narrows TAKE department points out. bone usually can bo taken as an inR. F. D .No. 2. ry animals and fitting them for TeMs Itewtil. by extension Whenever a hflg dies of an un- dication that tho hen is still laying. as trained During six years work tho Unit- 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bea-vo- r -Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. workers. Ninety farm boys and girls known cause tho owner should watch No bird should be selected thnt' is ed States Department of Agriculture ito reported to tho U. S. Depart-jiro- his herd closely for at least a week, not a good representative of the has found that by ox r a feeding ltOAIEl) OF EDUCATION A Treatment of Agriculture as having been and if any .moro hogs in tho herd breed. From 12 to 18 Leghorn hens (commonly called "flushing") at Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason vm. for WEAK enrolled In dairy calf clubs In this begin to show signs of sickness a should be picked for every rooster breeding tlmo, its Southdown ewes, Convenes First Monday in ovorj county In the past four years, result- veterinarian should be culled Imme- that will bo used in tho spring yielded 198 moro lamb3 per 1,000 LUNGS 01 ing In a noticeable increaso of puro-Tirc- d diately, for tho chances are that hog breeding and from10 to 12 birds ewes than Southdown owes other month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. Sv O. C Sccrotary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION and dairy animals kept by adult cholera has reached tho herd rnd of other breeds. wise given the samo care and kept R. A. Owon, Chnlrman. Hartford. prompt action In applying th serum farmers. under tho same conditions. R. F. D. No. C. treatment Is tho only thing that will Eggs anil Poultry, Plentiful Forv A quick relict for (hat Hied, run down tetUoe, Good bluo grass, mixed tlmiothy W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- cougbi, paui la elicit, night awralt. hemor to serve save tho well animals. A high is often a problem cast for This Winter. n pasturo if It and clover, or ihicei, weak lungi or contumplton. If il doit ford, R. F. D. No. 3. ranging from 105 degrees 'foods that appeal to appetites made This fall and winter eggs and available, furnish tho most satisMthalp you it coals you BOthist. c Nat Lindloy, Centertown, .R. F. D. 1 Meat salads to 108 degrees F., in a hog that stag- - poultry will be plentiful and prices factory and economical means by hot weather. fickle of Lock box 16 OHIO MEDICAL CO, Otis Stevens, Bcayer Dam. sup- - gers whon it walks, is a pretty good i should bo low enough to make them COLUMBUR o aro excellent for either lunch or flushing; but If a drought has Claud Ronfrow, Dundee. per, suggests tho United States De Indication of hog cholera. Such j economical. Just now storage houses good pasture, a supplemenAny cold hogs should bo segregated and not aro full of eggs and farmers have tary grain ration has boon found to Examinations. paTtraent of Agriculture. loft-ove- r meat (beef, pork, veal, or allowed to mingle with other hogs or I increased thotr flocks of poultry to give approximately us good results in , For Common School Dlplomus 3itml)) may bo used. Cut tho meat to wander about, for thoy will spread . an unusual extent. On August 1 increasing tho number of lambs as Fourth Friday and Saturday in JanInto cubes and mix It with dried cu- the disease wherever thoy go, some- theio wero 4,812,248 cases of eggs the extra good pasture. A ration of uary, and Second Friday nnd Satur cumber, celery, radishes, or onion, times in places where It Is impossi- In storago, which is about 35 per oats alone, or equal parts by measure day in May. To be held m Fords ,. or any preferred combination of ble to disinfect. Hogs that die on cent more than the avcrngo at this of corn, oats, and bran in tho amount vllle, Beaver Dam and Hartford. crisp vegetables, season well, and, tho farm should bo burled, or, For Teachers' Certificates Third season for tho last threo years. of about one-hato three-fourtburned, in order to prevent desired, mix with a little oil and Eggs start moving out of storago pound per ewe per day, is a good ono Friday and Saturday In May, Juno vlnognr. Serve with lettuce or shred- - birds, Insects, and animals that visit in sumimer and the greatest sales of to use. and September. Except notice If Aod cabbage and mayonnaise or boll the carcass from spreading tho , such eggs coni'o in fall and oarly Flushing increases tho size of the given to tho contrary the latter ex eQ dressing. winter. As a rulo, tho bulk of stor-ng- a lamb crop in two ways It puts tho aminations will be held in Hartford Usually the disease is most po eggs aro sold before the 1st of ewes in bettor condition to make OTHER OFFICERS 3JaiauIcs of Cuttlo Dipping Help Re-pa-ir valent during the fall months and j January, the activity of tho market sure of their getting in lamb and it Tux Commissioner R. F. Koown Diunuged ViiIh. losses aro Invariably heavy In herds 'after that date depending on wheth- - Increases Feefcrtght all tho time. Don'thy oft the proportion of twin Fordsvillo. g wnero owners neglect to imjnunizo ' er the weather Is sevoro or mild lambs. Sheep of Wanton destruction breeders nro con- Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle from work for days by taking- - calomet keeps vats in Echols County, Ga., ear- their hogs beforo tho disease reaches enough to stimulate egg production. stantly striving to incroaso the pro Representative Ira Jones, White When pleasant on your feet, whllowllevingyour troubl ly Jn tho summer, interrupted only them, or fall to call a votorlnarlan An opn winter practically elimi- portion of lambs born to the num W. Safer too. and n.nnv in Run. Immediately on Its first appearance. nates tho storage egg early In tho ber of owes In tick eradication thore tholr flocks, but they YouWtafforJ HARTFORD &nAlZ&S. tho U. S. "temporarily, according to poisons, cleanses Beaton. But this year, regardless of "have In most cases paid little atten Pollco Judge J, D. Holbrook. -A nit. it?i v""-Department) of Agrlculturo. AJi (lound Grain Needed Part Of Ra the stato of the weather, eggs should tion to tho condition of tho ewes at Mnjo; .W fl UlnriVnnahln V l JrHllltOUaillUi tion fur Lalng Hens, "iuruwn lis actions, sura events turned out, many porsons wuo be available at very reasonable breeding time A 'little caro and at- - . Council Ii. II. Bishop, Secy. In its effect and certain Jn result. It A mash Coinnoscd nf rrnnml prices from tho start. Won't bo lomr hefnrn opposed the dipping of cattle are tontlon Just as the breeding goason im r ROCKPORT vats gralns.or their and some completely displace calomel in everj Poultry farming, both as a spe- opens will bring results next spring. sow engaged in repairing tho L. Gren, Judgo. Robert m ui uhijiiui protein is an essen- - ciality and as a sldo Issue on other .S8'- - Qn'Wren can take It freely nvf and In bulletins new unco an mui with perfect safety. Every bottle Lee W, Phorson, Marshall. tlal thelr cattlo can bo dipped regularly j lng part of a ration for both grow- - farms, has bcon ono of tho best pay carroii county farmers already anteed. 60c and St In W?. Kdd Cooper, Chairman. chickens and laying hens. Tho ing lines of agricultural work dur-- ( hove purchased 900 bushels keenuine without the likeness and slgaid . and conveniently at poluts near their of Ros- "W. II, Blackburn, Clerk. of reusou is that Grte8by. For Mta by birds puttins on lng the last two or three en rye which will be seeded for cov- ."flujiuejj. AltbougU tho destruction stllll Mason. Treasure- r- $5.75 Pays For Both , hot-wo- rk ch A CASH 0FFE n, The Hartford Republican i ,..... i , $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald- You Should Read The Louisville Herald i -- BEJ MfPfM 'A 9 a d, Every Woman Wants DIRECTORY FARM DEPARTMENT. ,,,, ...l. ir&p; i $ET Mothers , ..,..ii 1 5s jifrrsK -- ' FartheGrildreiiZ- - vES8tot$ CL J Yentfmie . cs f " ' ts J es ' m YOU. OUR f&S3f nt GERMINAL REMEDY ! S5 iHHk taS3m'y FORGONE MONTH soy-bea- pro-vent- ed USE LI V-VER-- LAX ly, lf -- it For iJazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, ax i cattlo-dlp-jiln- .l. r& -- i Si ?"e1.5atI!V :.,-V r hit ran, Jt.w.f alii, hJ T J Btattwv m .. tlf ftuAIUl4HltfVflfcf. Miss Marjorlo Barker, of Michigan City, Ind., was dismissed from r Bryan Maur colhge, Bryan Knur, F., on chirgss of potty thlcvory. Sho af Ilonsokooper Why don't you go applied to tho Montgomery county court for to 'work 7 but lier Tramp I do, rnuiUj when I can enso was dismissed on tho ground Thousands of poopla nodleuly got a chsnst at mo speciality. thnt tho colloga has solo Jurisdiction nervous, run-w- .i endure a linlf-nlolHousekeeper What I your spe over Its own affairs. Now Miss , condition whin thoy might en- ciality? Barker, who assorts that she wasn't joy sturdy rohuit healtt! nml alt Us Tramp Holding down piazzy glvon a fair opportunity to clnr her-so- lf manifold blessings If they only Knew chnlrs on windy afternoons. of. suspicion, has filed n claim Bosagainst tho college for $50,000. what to do. People In thin condi- ton Triuscrlpt. tion find Tanlac soon mds tliolr "I'm not a common tramp, your Among tho restrictions which still trouble and builds up nbiiudant hdnor," said tho tailored Individual prevail against, women in Alabama Htrength. energy and vitality. ara the right to tit on Juries, unequal "Eight years ago I mfforU n who was charged with vagrancy. "What are you then?" guardianship of children nnd genernervous, breakdown,'" sold Mrs. Sa"I'm a tourist. I I started out to al Inequalities. Tho subject was ably die Rommel, 731 Toronto Ave,, Tolediscussed nt the hcadquarters'of tho do, Ohio, "and slnco that tlmo have seo America." "Your tour will be Interrupted for National Woman's party in Washhod four operations trying to got well. 1 was bo weak I could hard- six months. Next case." Blrmlng-lia- ington by Mrs. Izetta Brown, widow of tho Wost Virginia representative ly walk across the floor nnd my . and legislative chairman of tho parwas so badly disordered stomach MUST NOT 1JOK HAIR ty. that 1 lived on a light diet alt tho I began taking Tanlac and time. An edict was Issued by Miss EmRev. Daniel Tuttle, presiding I am now In Just splendid health." ma Glover, superintendent of tho bishop of tho Protestnnt Episcopal tirnnd va Nervousness HagerBtown hospital, Mil., prohibitChurch, has no misgivings about the ed out feeling are but symptoms of ing nurses from bobbing their hair. girls of today. In n speech nt the cnuse, which usually lies In a hidden Asserting tliat bobbed hair has no the Htomncli. Tanlac' enables you to placo In tho sick room. Miss Glover biennial conference of the church htld at Portland. Ore., ho said: "Tho properly, eliminate digest your food added: "It Is following tho frivolous young women of today do not difwaste and rogaln your old time flapper styls 'and Is out of keeping fer greatly from thoso of 50 years strength and vigor. Qt a bottlo to with the nurse's uniform and tho ago. Thoy ato not all going astray day at any good druggist. dignity of the profession." nnd not a fow of them aro trying to make tho world better' for tholr havHEALTHY HOGS WILL "What do you work at, my poor ing lived In It." BRING PREMIUM c. Tired Feeling is Soon Ended By Tanlac doid. Thrlco happy, then, If somo soul can say: "I llvo because ho has passed my way". Rollln J. Wclls. briefs of women t CALL ON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything'you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. 'In 'mm For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. m Age-Heral- run-dow- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &C IN STOCK.' have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You man?" "At J r who is only 25 yeara old, occupl-- s tho pulpit of tho baptist church at Alton, N. H., a position formerly filled by her father. Asserting that sometimes she thinks there are too many dances at tho town hall Miss Wallace addad: "And after a trip to Now York or Boston I find myself fairly shrinking to see women smoking, nnd I begin to think that after all tho flapper Is getting too extreme and that It Is wholesome, young peo Tiiiiiii'i"umu.H. ple like ours nt Alton that will count 1 appetites but they bring In higher Reporter And how did you get for moro in tho affairs of life." QUESTIONS Increases over feed cost than the scanty producers, regardless of breed your start, Mr. Gotrox? and Bible Answers WoIn nn article published In the Gotrox I started saving the pins age, weight or dat? of freshening. tf Parent wfll efieouratre children to look an man Patriot the National Woman's mnd mctaonie the liibU Aniwen, it will prove per bead tho laundry sent back in my shirts. The estimated production priceless Deniagq va wein m aiier yean, r Party with heaadquartors at Washnll-th- e dairy 'cows In tho country of Tramp For the love of Mike, lond ington was charged with being a & pounds of Is approximately 4000 me two bits. part of tho Russian revolutionary 160 pounds of butlerfat a milk and Absent-Minde- d Old Gent Wlip Is movoment. It was also intlmateu based What makes the child of God seyear. According to figures Mike? I don't know him. that communists had furnished tho cure against fear and evil? Psalm yearly Individual cow reon 1S.000 t funds with which the headquarters cords, this Is a regular Incroasa of "Thnt Is rather an extreme gown building was purchased. Miss Alice What did Jcsu3 say about tho about $16 In Income over feed cost Miss Golden Is wearing. Do you no- Paul, of the party, per cow for every GO pounds of in- tice how It Is hold up by a slnglo said that the charges wero ridicu- light of tha world? John 8:12. What Is tho happy end of God's crease of butterfat. Cows having an strap over one shoulder?" lous. She admitted that somo of tho of 3260 Job 5:17-2- 7 nvernge milk production "Yes, and It reminds me of old memb:rs may have expressed them- correction? Who will take away hunger and an averago Income of times. I know her grandfather pounds show selves on socialism and communism, $32 over th cost of feed, white when ho had but one suspender and but declared that, tho organization thirst, and wipe away all tears thoso producing 13,250 pounds show woro It Just tho smo way." Boston was not responstblo for tho utter- from your oye3? Rev. 7:16,17. What general exhortlons did the nn averago income of $218 over feed Transcript. ances of Individuals. She also pqlnt-e- d Apostle Paul give to the church at cost. been made out that no secret had 1 Thess. 5:14-2J Thassalonlca? "Is It true thnt there Is a moonbuilding on your of tha presentation of their "When I was young, girls woro shine outfit somewhere What Is the Hebrew benediction? to them by Mrs. Belmont. taught to darn their own stockings '' place?" Num. 6:24, 26. "Yes, Grandma, but In thoso days. "No" replied Farmer Corntossel When should we sow tho seed? Francisco, Mrs. May Bundy, of San It w&i possible to place a dam wuc.M confidentially, "Me an' Josh started Ecc. 11:6. held the woman's nai rumor so's to keep tho summer who formerly championship, made a It wouldn't show." Life. that "Oh dear," sighed Mrs. Cumso, as Jboardors interested." Washington tional tennis splendid effort to regain her- title ON GROWING OH) Star. Hills, sho tossed about In bed, "I'm sufferduring the matches at Forest l1. ing dreadfully from insomnia." A little moro tired at close of day;- "2 "Willie," tald lils mothor. "I wish N. Y., but sho was defeated by "Go to sleep and you'll bo all right, . -i ..i Helen Wills of California. growled u inu A little less anxious to havo our way; you wuuiu run iitiuas ,i ourui Sir. Cumso, as ho roled ovA lUtlo less ready to scold and blame sco how old Mrs. Brown is, this Miss Wills was in turn defeated byj er and began to snoro again. Mrs. Molla Mallory. On the same -- . A little moro car for a brother's morning." I "Yes'm". ropltcd Willie, end a day Miss Helen Walnwrlght, also onname; "Havo you lloard that old Jim hns And so wo aril nearlng tho Journey's fow minutes lutor ho returned and ly 16, defeated Miss Hilda James, stopped smoking?" reported, "Mrs. Brown says It's none of Engand. In tho mile swim, Inciend, "No." dentally breaking tho records for the eternity meet and of your business how old. sho is." Where time and "Yfs; you seo he's a little near half-mllr, tt. 1000 yards 1320 mllo. blend. sighted, and the other day ho empti pairs of twins. yards and 1500 yards swim. had ed his plpo Into a powder barrel." A little less cire for bonds nnd gold, Mrs. J, T. Kolloy, of Camilla. Ga Tho International Council of WoMother, can tho new maid seo In A llttlo more-- zest In tho days of old. who died at the age of 47, was tho men of the Dark Races mot In Wash- tho 'dark?" A broader view nnd a saner mliuU pairs of twins. She ington and elected Mis. Bookor T. "Why, I don't soe how sho could." And a llttlo moro love for all man- mother of three also left Jlght other children. Washington president. Tho purpose kind; "Well, she told daddy Inst night of tho organization, which is com- In th hallway that he needed a And so we nru faring adown tho way ........... . - Haiti, bhave, jjusc"i ui nv.uuu frAni Afrlon Black and Blue Jay. That leads to tho gates of a better HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Ceylon and many other countrlce, Is day. which Young JVlfo I got a beautiful to combat race prejudices HIT DON' TAKE LONG handicap colored women. parchment dlplpma from tho cooklng- friends of A llttlo moro lavo for tho cpllego today, and I'vo cooked this FUH A "CHIP"' ON YO' youth, So far as known Mrs. Meta' J. f0J. yoUi n,)W guess, what Is Is. A llttlo less zeal for established truth, SHOULDER T' TURN Erickson, president of tho Amador- Husband (with slab of omolet A little moro charity In our views, T' A "KNOT" ON YO railway of California, Is tho tw0on his teoth.) The diploma. dally news; .A Httlo less thirst for tho only woman railroad president In tho; Haid! And ho we aro folding our tents away "It must have been a very tendeworld. Tho road Is only 12 miles of nay. And pushing in silence at close ring but Mrs. EclckBon runs it In a hearted butcher who killed this lamb, buslnesslko way and makea It pay said tho Cheerful Idiot, pausing In A llttlo mora lolsuro to sit and dream. tho sawing of his chop. good dividends. tho things uuawn. A llttlo moro real "Why?" kindly asked tho Shoe A little nearer to thoso ahead, A largo crowd at Rochester, N. Y. Clerk boarder long loved nnd "With visions of thoso "Ho must havo hesitated throe or had tho unusual experience of witdejid;u nessing n public fist fight between four year bsforo striking the fatal going to where all And so wo aro two yomen for tho love of n mnn. blow." Tho Liberal must go. It Is roportod that tho man promisliving must naqr To the place' tho KK1 REGISTER ed hla affection's, to the winner of tho 17,000 know. FOR (I. A. '. ENCAMPMENT participants, Miss fight, Both , , Clossen and Miss Sadlo Palmar, A llttlo'moro laughter, a tow more Dcs Molne la., Sept. 24. Moro woro arrested thofollowlug day. tours, than 17,000 veterans of tho Grand Increasing And we shall havo told our "Thoy need laborers In tho next Army of tho Republic already havo year; ' annual I registered for the fifty-sixt- h t0Wn." prayers Tho book Is coso' and tho "Thauks. for tho warning, boss; oncampment which officially opens ' aro' said, CcpjrlgM, ?4 J lay MoCUin fwipf !mJk, ( I'll make a detour.l' Farm Jouraul. hsro, tomorrow. Tho numbor of wo ,ur .a part of the countless .And , -- Minister Would you caro to loin us In tho new missionary movement? crazy to try It. Young Iady-I- 'm Herblno Is tho medicine thnt cures biliousness, malaria nnd constipation. Is Itanything like tho fox trot? . The first doso makes you "feel betFanner So hero, young feller, dosos cures ter, a few additional completely. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio whnt are you doing up that tree? m Boy One of your apples fell down County Drug Co. and I'm trying to put It hack. UK.' MILK PRODUCERS Hazel Why did you toll Edith HEARTY that secret that I told you not to tell? Helen I didn't tell her. I Just Cows that produce milk and In large iiunntltlcs have keen asked her If she know It. As n part of tho nationwide cm-palg- n to fight tuberculosis In ani(ho leading Chfcago packers mals, have, agreed to pay a premium of 10 c nts a hundred pound tor all hogs bred and fed In and shipped from counties accredited by state and federal authorities as being frea of this disease. Thoy will nlso do lh amu nnd shipped r' thoss bred nnd fed on which the farnra from Individual herds havo been Inspected and ftmnd perfectly healthy. Intervals, Leader. " ' madam." Non-Parllz- an , CASTORlA For Infants and Children. In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature or Gxyffi&cJ&k -o- Last fall Morris Wendlaboo and his family, of Mitchell, S. Dale, took Mrs. Sarah Larson as their guest on a motor trip to Sioux Falls. Mrs. Larson lost her right eye on the trip as tho result of an accident. She has e, filed suit for $10,000 against whom sho declares was responsible for tho accident thru hjs careless drivings. Wen-dlebo- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. -o , Now England's youngest woman preacher, Miss Helen K. Wallace, Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY eaters but-terf- nt 91:5-6-9-1- 0. nt 8, - "How did you order your steak,, sir?" tho waiter returned to ask after having been gone what seemed, Did your wife like a week to the hungry diner. Mrs. Crawford "Like n fool, I did it personally,"' tell you where she was going? Crabshaw No. But as sho has bellowed the patron. "If Pd had any- Just heard some secrots I presume sense I'd have ordered it by mall a. she's somewhere In tho neighborhood month la advance." Legion Weokly. broadcasting. New York Sun. Mrs. Highbrow Somehow or oth"Can you give Ufa a bite to eat?" er I feel as If I were terribly dirty. "Have you no trade, my good French Maid No, no, Madame, oqt oes only in tho mind! man?" Pelican. "Yes. I make counterfeit money, 4 Charitable Lady What wero yon, but It Isn't worth what the materials my poor mnn, before you came to cost." this penurious condition? Lazy Lewis I'm really a season MiriamBella told mo that you told her that secret that I told you worker, ma'am. I smoke glasses for solar eclipses. Stockholm Strlx- not to tell her. Marion Cat! I told her not to tell you.v "Alas the one dividing line between Miriam Well, I told her I would tho sexes is fast disappearing. "What line Is that?" not tell you she told me, so don't . "The clothes-line.- " tell her I did. . veterans hero to attend this yaar'e reunion exceeds all estimates made by tho local commltteo In chargo of By to.morrow the tho encampment. number here is expected to bo Increased to more than 20,000. you wouldn't believe how longtakes to count the little beggars." s. London Tlt-Blt- - It : . h- "Why ara you so Jato with our milk this morning?" an old lady .Inquired pf her milkman. "Well, you seo, mum," ho answered, "it's like this. Tho law alow3 us 25,000 bacteria to tho gallon, and Mrs. Motorist Why don't you ask. someone where we are! Mr. Motorist What difference would It make?. Five minutes from, now wo won't be anywhere near here. Le Journal Amusant (Paris), o. three mmmmmm) Nervous "RS. Break-Dow- n use. I soon saw a great improvement, so I kept it up. I used seven bottles of Cardul, and can say the money was well spent, for I grew well and strong. Am now able to do all my housework and a great deal of work besides." If you are weak, nervous and suffer from the ailments peculiar to women, it is very likely that Cardui will help you, in the way it helped Mrs, Langeand has helped thousands of others, during the past 40 years. run-do- i i $y of ANNIE LANGE, R. F.D.I, Burlington, Tex., writes as follows regarding her experience with Cardui: "Some time ago I had a nervous break- - j tdown and so nervous. was very had falnt-M- y ing spells and suffered a great deal, but more from the weak, trembly, feeling than anything else. 1 knew I needed a tonic, and needed it badly. I began the use of Cardul to see If I couldn't get some strength, as I knew of other cases that had been helped by its of some kind. . . I I Ell-IGt- rn sfetjy, CARDUI The Woman's Tonic )i Ask for, and insist on, Cardui. .ctr35rc" Tssrorar T T r- 1 .. . K iii -- - America's Laboring Classes Aided By Republican Party tlpv&W - -- a detio; M. Washington, E. D. Ryan; New Stlthton CJrcuR, John Miller, supply; Shcp3rdsvlllo Station, D. R. Poak; SUcpllord3VIllo Circuit, A. II. supply; Sonor. K. K. j Underwood, Sprlnsfleld Station D. Anderson; M. Speaw; Upton, J. P. Vnnhoy; Wold Vino Grove, P. P. Napier; Croek, M. D. Allen, supply. Henderson District. Presldlnir Elder, G. P. Dillon. 'Beech Grove, G. W. Pnngurn; Car- revlllo. To be supplied; Qlaywebb Momorial, W. P. Gordon; Corydon, Earllngton, D. L. H. C. Napier; Vance; Hampton, T. C. Howell, supply; Hansou,vF. W. Quails;' Henderson, Clay Street, A..H. Gregory; Henderson, First Church, J. O. Akin; Madlsonvllle Station, J. W. Wcldon; Marlon Station, C. O. Pratlur; Marion Circuit, B. B. Cox, supply; Station, J. R. McAfee; A. J.' Bennett; Circuit, Poole Circuit, F. V. Harwood, supply; Providence, W. H. Hlckerson; Robards, J. E. Hartford; Salem, Joe Sobreo, W. O. Hoggard, tupply; Rickard; Slaughters, S. M. Bailey, E. C. Williams, Jr., preacher, supply; Smith's Mills, C. F. AUen; Stur-gl- s, W. R. Wagoner; Tolu, Mack Harper, supply; Unlontown, J. E. Shouley, supply; Conference Evangelist, O. M. Capshaw, Marion Q. C; Gonoral Evanglllst, Robert Lear, Marlon Q. C; Wheatcroft, J. H. Cox. Ilopkinsvillc District. Presiding Eldsr, G. W. Hummel. Allensvlllo, W. E. Southerland; Cadiz, George E. Fosket; Cadiz Circuit, s; H. S. Gilleti; Croftotf; E. D. Dawson Springs, Wfc C. Brandon; Eddyville, R. L. Tally; Elkton & Bells, J. S. Chandler; Elkton Circuit, L. I. Chander; Falrvlow Circuit, V. N. Collins; 'Grand Rivers, R. B. McMIcau; Hopkinsvitle Station, A. R. Kasey; Hqpklnsvllle Circuit, L. F. Plercy; Kirkmansville Circuit, It. C. Bogard; Kuttawa, I. W. Napier; B. W. Hardlif Lamapco Circuit. R. S. Richardson, supply; Lln-to- u Circuit, J. S. Dycus, supply; North Cadiz Circuit, A. L. Schanzen-bache- r; Nortonvllle Mission, C. B. Rayburn; Penrbroke and Chappell Hill. M. L. Dyer; Pigah, F. S. Yan-co- y, supply; Princeton, A. D. Leitch-fielSmithland Station. W. L. Raker; Smlthland Circuit, R. T..McCon-nel- l; Tlunton and Guthrie, G. A. Gallor; White Plains and Morton's Gap, J. B. RayburrT. Ouensboro District. -- Presiding Elder, J. C. Rawllngs. Beaver Dam, W. S. Buckner; t Calhoun, L. W, Turner; Centertown, F. A. Sanders. Junior preacher to be supplied; Central City Station. W. A. Grant; Cloverport, J. R. RanDrakssboro, dolph; C. C. Jones; Dundee, M. E. Wilcox,, supply; Graham, J. C. Hayden; Fordsville, S. L. C. Cowherd; Greenville Station. L. K. May; Greenville Circuit, J. F. Hill, supply; Hartford, T. T. Frazler; Hawesville, M. R'. Hayes; Lewisburg, C. R., Elgin; Lewlsport, Virvil o, Crowe; Llvermore, E. S. Moore; F. J. Sanders; Oweneboro Breckinridge, C. F. Hartford; Owensboro Circuit, E. R. Bennett; Owensboro, Settle Memorial, Carl C. Gregory; Owensboro Third Street, M. M. Mur-rel- l; Owensboro Woodlawn, F. E. Rochester,' D. T, Penlck; Lewis; Stanley, B. F. Wilson; Sacramento, J. W. Crowe, sirpply; South Carroll-to- n, A. M. Cottlngham; Stevensport, Mor-ganfle- ld Mor-ganfle- ld Bog-gesd; Ma-ce- 7- rm ; Army of Unemployed Reduced, Burden of Taxes Lightened, Immigration Restricted, Cost of Living Lowered and War Menace Removed. U. 8. nOhem SxIm Semce is Demanded Firestone Cords Predominate WHEREVER the of tires w&KE&MgM "I RKFKKSKNTATIVn KVnilETT SANDERS (INDIANA), Mr.Ulll'.H HOUSE COMMITTEE ON INTEIlflTATE COMMERCE According to ostlmates given out by his relief that tho tain i.n tho American Fedoratlon ot Labor at Tho outstanding feature of tho new that tlmo thero woro between 5,000,000 tax law written by th6 special session s out ot em of tho Republican Congress was an and C.000,000 of J500 In tho in ployment whon tho Republican administration camo Into powor March of tho head ot every family who reA, 1921. This industrial depression ceives an annual incomo of f 5,000 or began early in tho summer ot 1920. less. In addition, his exemption for Tho immediate problem before tho Re- children and dependents was doubled publican party was tho return to nor- from $200 to $400. These exemptions ombraco practically all those on a mal conditions. The. underlying cause ot Industrial wago or salary. It1 Includes over heads of families in ordinary depression was tho prostration ot agriculture bronght nbout by tho radical circumstances. In addition, tho new curtailment ot agricultural credits by tax law repealed, altogether tho Tho nuisanco taxes which working men the Domocratlc administration. American farmer buys 40 por, cont. of had to pay on overythlng overywhoro all manufactured products. His des- for everything they bought It also perate circumstances compolled Indus- repealed all transportation taxes tries to curtail production and turn which wore lovied on all goods shipped men into the streets. The Republican by freight or express or parcel past Congress immediately restored agri- Such taxes wero added to tho ultimate, culture to a healthy condition. Tho cost ot goods and. In the lnni r.,n farmer, entered tho market again as a wero paid by tho working men. All Ztuyer ot manufactured goods. Tho loia, uio now tax bill lifted from the ranks of tho unemployed began to shoulders of the working classos of this country over 1800,000,000 a year. decrease. According to a roport Issued by the At tho time the coal and railroad strikes were called thoro was a great-- r U. S. Department of Labor June, 1P22, demand for laboring men than thero the retail cost of Hvlncr was erniiiiniiJ was a supply. reduced from' March, 1921, to the tlmo Ono of the most important contributthe report was Issued. The living costs ing factors to tho Improvement ot the In no other nation In the world were anemploymont situation was tho early reduced during this same tlmo. enactment by tho special session of The sum and total of one yoar of tlje Republican Congress of tho re- Harding's administration, so far as It strictive Immigration law. This was affects, the working people, has been demanded by the laboring pooplo of tho elimination of tho problem of unemployment except In those Industries tho United States. Its enactment the Incoming of hundreds of affected by strikes; 'reduction of taxes thousands of immigrants who would paid by the working classes In a sum only have increased the ranks of the aggregating nearly a billion dollars; nnemployed and added to tho indus- the restriction of Immigration; a gentrial distress. Th& previous Republi- eral program of lessened public excan Congress had passed a similar law penditures which Insures still further &at it was vetoed by President Wilson. reductions In taxes; an increaso of 15 The Republican administration camp per cent, in tho value of Liberty bomls. lato power finding tho burden of taxes millions of which are held 'by s Tory heavy. Tho working man had to and men on salaries; a grad3ear his share. It was essential to' ual reduction in living costs. wago-carnor- ,,,. 33 nm.i. you will find Firestone Cords in universal use. The hard jobs seek Firestone. And so well has Firestone responded under difficult conditions so consistently has mileage mounted to totals impossible to obtain from ordinary tires that today Most Miles per Dollar is the buying slogan of thinking motorists everywhere. The blending and tempering d cord of rubber, cure all construction, air-ba- g these mileage methods have gum-dippe- are most scvero there been developed by men whose life work is the production of constantly increasing tire values for the public. Users in this vicinity verify Firestone reputation, and report almost daily some new Firestone record of extra distance travelled. Don't be satisfied to buy tires buy values the longest mileage at the lowest price consistent with such reliable performance. Make Most Miles per Dollar your principle of tire economy choose your next tire on that basis. 'V A' MOST MILES per I Jtnmv5;ic'.'yw HFijf fluffs wni DOLLAR "" mtSnmLSWxTT9BmmSB9Kn vs. limn r prc-Tent- o ': Gum-Dippe- d HmnoeB! Cords r wage-earner- 3la-.r- , METHODISTS GIVE to tho Kentucky Conference. Bowling' Green DKtrlct. B. M. PASTORS' PLACES Adalrvllle, Elmer Ashby; Auburn, E., BroadP. Deacon; Bowling Green way M. II. Alexander; R. B. Cam'p-be- ll, Presiding Elder, Curry; Louisville Conference At City Ends; AsCentral signments Made. Central City. Ky., Sept. 25. The h session of tho Louisville Conference of tho Methodist Church South, camo to a close hero this morning with the reading ot the appointments for tho coming year. The next session of tho conference will bo held at Provldenco, Ky. The appointments were: . seventy-sevent- Louisville District. , R. B. Orlder; Asbury Mission, A. B. Lackey, Supply; Beechmont, D. C. Horton; Meth-an- y and Kosmosdale, J. M. Wool-drldg- e; Broadway, D. K. Peguso; Crescont Hill, B. W. Napier; Davidson Memorial. C. E. Carter; Fourth Avenue, J. V. Johnson, with W. Q. Vretlnnu. Junior Preacher. Fourth ' Avenue Q. C; Hazelwood, J. A. Hayes; Hisljtand, E. F. Goodson; Highland Park, W. H. Archey; Hill Street, A. L. Mell; Jefforson Street, and B. F. Atkinson; Jofferstown Coopers. W. I. Munday; Jcfferson-vlll- e, C. R. Luton; Marcus-Llndse- y Memorial, P. II. Ryan; Messlck Memorial. J T Rushing; Mlddktown, P. L. King; Mt. Holly and Mill Crook, R. H. Short; Onlidalo. W. T. Miller; Portland, E. C. Lamp'on; Rivers Manorial, R. H. Roo; Union, C. A. Humphrey, J. C. HosUinsou, Supernumerary; Virginia Avenue, II. U. Short; West Broadway, P. C. Ever-sol- e; Wpodbourue, R. W. Raaf; Missionary to Japan. S. K. HagaT. Broadway, Q. C; Missionary to Africa, V. P. Henry, Highland Q. C; ConferJ. B. ence Missionary Secrotary, Adams, HJghland Q. C; Superintendent WesW Houso, P. II. Ryan; Secretary of Red Cross Work. II T. Reed. Union Q. C; Conference Evangelist, P. H. Davis, Union Q. C; Secretary, Conferences Educational Loorildas RobliiBon, Highland, Q. C; Assistant Field Secretary Epwovth, Et .0. Harbin, Highland, Q C; S. O. P. Moor'), S. Field Secretary, Union Qj C; Editor Central Metuo-u- t, E. Tj. Iliilsq, Fourth Avenue. Q. C.S Alipolntmuntsof Dc Louljvir.o (Jonferonce. Presiding Elder, Transfers.' "' K. R. Naylor, un oldor, transferred Osa to the Kentucky Conforfnco. Troy Thomas, n probationer,' to tho Illinois Couferonce. Warto Hump-o- n Cordwell, a deacon, to the Kentucky Conference. J. R- Sava;;e an - APSIINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All persons having claims against the Inte John; W. Muffett, will present same to mo, properly proven, on or before Novomber 1, 1922, or they will 1) forever barred, and all parties knowing themselves to be indebted to said estate will please settle before said date. f Witness my hand, this Aug. 31, 1922, W. G. MUFFETT, Admr., J. A. Johnson; Jamestown, E. F. Hllburn; Munnsvlllo, J.W. Caugh-ron- ; John W. Muffett, Dec'd. o- Mlltapriug, I. T. Allen; Monti-cellBedford Turner1; Peytonsburg, CATOMA SCHOOL OPENING PIcketts, HELD SEPTEMBER IDTir T. W. Farmer, supply; Claud Squiro3, supply; Pierce, L. C. Tho handsome now consolidated Risen, supply; Ronox, Edward Vhlt-wortsupply; Russell's Spring, G. community school for the Catoma L. Donny, supply; Sparksville, J. B. community of Montgomery county, Rainsoy, Jr., supply; SumiuerBvllle, was opened Tuesday for tho 1922-2- 3 W. L. Loe, supply; Tamplo Hill. J. torm of work. Tho exercises attendant upon the H. Mitchol, supply; Tontpklnsvillo L. Pholps; West Montlcelio, J. II. Ep-lo- opening ot this handsamo county inO. Trainstitution woro attended by largo Principal. Lindsey-Wllso- n numibeni of citizens of that section V. Bennett; Confering School, R. of the county,, together with their ence Evangelist, W. E. Thomas. families. KliyiibethtoM'ii District. The children will bo gathered Presiding Elder, J. H. Nicholson. Bardstown, S. A. Arnold? Big Cllfty, from tar and near 'nbout tho school ' r; each day by tho big school busses A. P. Whito; Big Spring. S. J. Brudfordsvlllo, W. S. Hill; used for that purpose and tho school Brandenburg. T. W. Stodghlll; Buf-- 1 will be conducted along the most apfulo, Ivan Allen; Cecilia, II, E. Jar-- 1 proved lines ot modiru educational work. boo; Robert Johnson, supernumeraof Peabody ry,- Ellzubethtown Station, W. d. Dr. F. B. Dressier, n College, who la attending tho open'FrartTc; .'Falls of Rough. E. S. Hirdlnsburg. F. M. Potty; ings ot the several new consolidat' HodgQUvillo Station, E, M. Kealor; ed schoola ot tho county ot Mont' Icvlngton, J. M. Ferryman; Kings- -' gomery was present and made u wood, B. II. Spurrlor; Lobanon Sta- strong talk regarding the education. W. P. Balrd; h fonon Circuit, tional work under tho syetam used J, B. Galloway; Lebanon Junction here. Mrs. Dressier wbh with him. A. F- Harman. county snporln-tendut- tt Station. V. B. Bandy; Loltchfleld, W. ot education, and Mrj. liar- C ClnlsMo; McDanlcls, C. E. Bur- g, o, h. y; Hon-nlngu' Dos-pai- supernumerary; Bowling Green' Circuit, E. C. Cole; Bowling Green, State Street, J. A. Shandlor; Browns-vill- a Mission, To be supplied; Cannier, J. O. Smithson; Chapell Hill, E. L. Wlllingham, supply; East Franklin, G. Y. Wilson; Epley, M. H. Over-fielsupply; Franklin Circuit, H. C. Ogle3; Franklin Station, A. C. Johnston; Glasgow Station, Summers D. F. Copas; Brinson; Hlsevtlle, Horse Cave, C. IC. Dickey; Morgan- town, W. E. Burdetto; Munfordville Circuit, L. O. Sullivan, supply; supply; C. G. Sledge, Rocky Hill, R. H. Garrison, supply; Ruwellvllle Station, K. L. Rudolph; Russollvllle Circuit, J. R- - Gunn; Scottsvllle Station, II. H. Jones; B. S. Harper, Junior preacher, supply; Scottsvlllo Circuit, B. M. Dewltt; Smith's Grove, W. D Milllken; Woodburn, C. B. Walton; President Logan College. A. 7 Lyon. Columbia District Presiding Elder. T. J. Wade; Albany, W. H. Russell; Bear Oreek, O. T. Lpo; Campbellsvillo Circuit, J. R. Murra; Campbellsvllle Station, J. L. Plorcy; Cans Vnlley. E. L. Douglas, supply; Casey Creek, A. N. Yancy. supply; Clinton. Vomer Blair, supColumbia, It. L. Sleamaker; ply; Elkhom Station. J. A. Vlre; FounL. E. Woodcock, supply; tain Run Gradyvlllo, J. W. Rayburtf; Greens-burd, Rich-ardsvill- o. John Hamilton, llEAVEU DAM Whlttaker and children, Bouhh, man. attended tho opening and Mr. Mrs. Jennie Williams and daughsome remarks, hoping Elmer, Dolphus and Leonard. Harmun made o-- c ' . ters Ethel and Dorothy. left Friday of the for ai continued KALI) KNOB for Bowling Careen, whore Misses people there. Ethel and Dorothy will ontor school. T r. ITaiiiI AccfaHnt rnlirTlir Rll- Mr. Ray Daniel and family, Rock-po- rt, Mr. C. M. Taylor began a singing as present, as was perluUntdent, Saturday night. spent Sunday In this city, tho school at this church Miss Cora Pearson supervisor of'le-mentaLittlo Miss Lena Mao Havens Is guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Daniel. county- - Miss schools of the Mr. Sam Mason and wlfo, of OklaKatherlne Gardorner, of the state very III with diphtheria, at this writhoma, aro visiting roiatlves In this ing. atdepartment ot education. aaa Mrs. Chester Loach and daughter, city. tended'.. Tjcona Miss Aienne Leach left Monday Rhea, of Hartford, wore I.lbrnrj StnrUnl. . guests of Mrs. Courtland Taylor Fri- for Lexington, whoro Hho will enter A movement was bsgun for tle day and Saturday night- - They visthe State University. foundation of a school library, Mrs. ited Mrs. Arthur Havens Sunday. . Mr. Hayward Plrtle. Williamson, V. C. Elgin presented a check for hero. Littlo Anna Mao, daughter of Mr. W. Va., spent tho week-en- d ?25 from the Catoma Community Jfute Havens 13 recovering from on Mr. Eathal Stevens loft Tuesday Club as a nucleus for this undertakfor Bowling Green, where ho wllj attack of diphtheria. ing. Donations from the Masonic Mr. W. Cook and family visited his enter the Business University. Home band, the MasonfcIIome Sun1-da- y daughter Mrs. Jako Kissinger and Mrs. S: Williams, ot North CaroSchool and other uersons raised1 Mr. Kissinger, In Butler County, Sat- - lina, is the guest ot her son, Mr. J. the fund to $100. E. Williams. urday night ard Sunday. A beautiful American Hag and Nellie Mao, daughtor of J. M. Mr. B. C. Barnes, Hopktnsvlllo, 15); the Stone's flagpole was donated Leach, Is on the sick list. was In town tho first of tho weok. Civic club, which was received vr.lth Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach and Mrs. S. Dan .Trout, Cromwell, la y appropriate ceremonies. daughter, Marjorle D., apent Sunday the gueat of hor daughter, Mrs. Frod Music was rondered by- the MaCooper. with Mr. E. P. Sandefirr. sonic Home band and a sumptuous Messrs) J. A. Swjatt and E. M. Mr. Ira Davis has purchased a picnic feastwas. enjoyed, Carter, Contral City, spqnt Sunday tkw car. at tho noon hour. (flipped fronn a Mr. Floyd Davis was Injured re Un this city. , Montgomery, Ala., paper.) cently, while working in the mines, Mr. E. E. Allison spent tho weok- Mrs. Elgin Is a daughter of. for- when a piece of slate relf on his arm, lend in Fordsvlllo. mer Sheriff C. P. Keow,n, o; this city. cutting five leaders. "Not many women caro much for Mr. E. P. Sandefur and daughters, R. liKK WIHTTAKEIfS Harriet, mado a business trip to outdoor sports, do thoy?" BIRTHDAY HONORED- Bsuvnr Dam Monday. "Oh, I don't know. Did you ever Mrs. Mae "Wfb3ter and nelce Ruth see ono who did not like to hunt barA most pleasant tlmo was spent "Wallace, wero guests of their uncle, gains, fish for compliments, bo In tho. Soptember 21, at the home of R. Lee Mr. F. L. Taylor npd family, Monday. swim, play a lovo game, mulco a hit d WhJUakcr, of Barnett's Creek Mr. A. E. Sandefur and family with hor clothes " in honor of hl3 41st birth- will visit relatives In this neighborI was wrong." "Suro enough! day, when many friends and relatives hood this week. Brooklyn Eagle. baskets and gathered with weir-fille- d a splondld dinner was served. Following Is a list of thos who were present: Mrs. Mary Whlttaker, Jesse Whlttaker, Appalona Riddle and and daughter, Christine, Mr. vMrs. Dudley Dantel and son, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith and daught. ter, Mrs. E. B. Mason and son, Jesse Stanton., Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Pat-toWe, or one of our deputies will be at the following namMr. and Mrs. W. R. Mose'lsy and son, Urey G., Mr. and Mrs. Clifton ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Jin Stewart, your property and collecting your taxes. Please meet us Mr. and Mrs. Olonn Stewart and . son, Robert A., Mr. and Mrs. "Mirt where most convenient: Richardson and two children, Rev. Bells- Run 2 Birch Shields, Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Monday, Oct. : rRalph Patton, two childron, Everett and Tuesday, OcJ. 3 . Magan Clydo, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hoover and Wednesday, Oct. 4 ., .". D'eanfield daughter. Mamie, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Thursday, Oct. 5 Hoovsr, Mrs. Ella Iloovenand daugh- Friday, Oct. 6 Herbert , ter Dorothy, Mrs. Sallye Hoover and Saturday, Oct. 7 Fordsville daughtor, Eulu, Mr. and Mrs, J. .; ... .Narrows 9 D. Hoover and children, Alva, Louis Monday, Oct. . Dundee 10 . , . , D. and Mildred, Alphonzo Hoover, Tuesday, Oct. Rosine Wednesday, Oct. 11 Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Whlttakor and Horse Branch children, Pearl, Hnzcl and G. C. Jr., Thursday, Oct. 12 Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Whlttaker and Friday, Oct. 13 .'. Heflin ,. two sons, Austin and .William, Mr. Saturday. Oct. 14 Beaver Dam and Mrs. J. M., Chapman and two Shreve Oct. 17 children LoU and Lucille, Mr. nud Tuesday, i,. ; ...; Wednesday, Oct. Ulaton Mrs. Shelby Trogdon, Mr. O. L. Buford Brooks and son. ArUst) Mrs. Ella Thursday, Oct. 19 ' .Smallhous Belle Yates, Miss Orine Bartlstt, Friday, Oct. 20 Mrs. Miss Pearl Bozarth, Gertlo Saturday, Oct. 21 . . , . .. Simmons Wallace and son, OrylUo, Mrs. FioG. A..RALPH, Sheriff, rina Whlttaker, Mrs. Lettio Stowart ROY KEOWN, Tax ComV. and daughter, Etbllae, Mr. and Mrs, ry neigh-borhoo- L' k t i V Notice to Taxpayers u, - ..;....,...... ...... ... l '...'. K -- ,