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Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per ,YGi 6, 1922. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, KY. METHODISTS ASSIGN PASTORS FRIDAY, OCTOBER tor - NUMBER 151 9. THE TOBACCO POOL 5Ul.U-.fcD- u Llvmoro Jack Balrd VtaBwr wi5i tho n nIft; socks crowded with the scoro knotted nv mum:, recovering Tho Kentucky Conference of tho Tho'snccinl campaign for securing at nlno all, In the ninth Inning havp been suf- Mrs. Corlnnc Atchison Thrown Three would Methodist Episcopal Church lately contracts and mombers for tho Dark which II. Dtiko, hotter known ficient to land the, game, but tho loWindshield And Her AsWoman as William Dill," ylio was kicked by In sesslon.-n- t Darbourvlllo, announc- Tobacco Growers Driver Of Car And "Wild ed Its assignment of pastors for the sociation In Ohio County, brought cal lads counted thrco more,- - as safety Throat Cut. a mulo on tho farm of DavoKlng for coming year,' Monday, Also Injured At Baize; at A Ashby Just prior to to'a close last Saturday exceeded the first precaution. (9 whom he works, near Uoll'a Uun, final adjournment. Assignments fondest expectations of most of those tolled at tho points for Hartford. Buford. Wednesday of last week, Is said to within the Louisville District, which in chnrg i t '(O'boro. Messenger, Oct. 5) of tho organization, localOne foot of tho embraces this and tho western 'sec- ly. An be recovering. Mrs. Thomas Atchison died from exact estimate as to total team: is inu,lestruck tho unfortunato man by falling: Injuries received In an automobllo acrcago within tho County, or even Charllo Peters of De'aver Dam, full In the left side of the fac-'- . crush- tion of tho stato were as follows: Tho Rov. D. II. C. Sims, Paducah, an approximate, correct estimate is r sustained a broken neck and mot Inaccident nt tho city hospital, at ing tho upper part thereof and becomes superintendent of the disA team of horses was killed near 11:45 o'clock last night, thirty minrathor! hard to obtain. Contracts stant death In nn auto wreck at breaking the upper Jawbone almost trict succeeding1 tho Rov. Dr. W. W. have been turned In to the headquar-tor- s Heflln, Monday of the present week utes after sho was thrown through, on the Hartford' and Owons-bor- o Ho also lost some Shepherd of Wilmore, who goes to by1 a falling tree. In tho center. Men wore cutting tho windshield here totaling more than 1.400 of an automobile road at 8 o'clock Tuesday night, teoth and sustained quite a severe tho Southeastern district. Dr. Sims acres and It li deflnltqly known that timber which was being hauled to when tho car hit an embankment at or tho 3rd. Roy HJankenshlp, also arms. wound to one of his will remove hi home to Hardlns-bur- there are signed pledged in the a point on the L. & N. R. R. and the Fourteenth and Locust streets. John of Reaver bain, who owned and, was which is Mr. Sims' former hands of members at various points driver was returning to the woods Heflln, driver of tho car, which vas by accompanied driving tho car, CROP AND WEATHER home. In tho County, when gathered up will for a load, driving the horses near a a Reo touring car was uninjured, i Peters, went to Owensboro Tuesday. KKPOKT FOR WEEK The complete list of appointments send tho total well above 4,500 acres. tree being cut, when the tree, by a up with Heflln was driving tho car went-oUnfortunately, they loaded in the Loulsvlllo District follow: From estimates made of the whole puff of wind, or error In" Judgment Fourteenth, off Fredorlca, wheiro Intoxicants and picked up a woman Sununiiry of wi'ntlicr and crop con- District superintendent, II. C. Sims, crop within tho County, by all of fell In a direction contrary to thnt tho street runs west only two blocks. in Owensboro and started for home, ditions In Kentucky for tho Hardlnsburg; Bothol, B. M. Wesley; thoso beat qualified to speak on the expected, striking and! crushing tho Thinking he wasl on jThlrteonth. presumably after dark. It la reportweok ending Oct. rt, 11)22. Bethol Itldgo, John O. Starks; Bow- subject, tho percentaga now pledg- team instantly. The team was own street, which goes through to Parrfsh ed that thoy woro driving nt a high ling Green, Boyd Browning; Bowling ed Is considered to b& not below 15 ed by Foster Ralph of Pleasant avenue, ho was giving tho car a, litrate of speed when the car left the Loulsvlllo, Ky., Oct. 4, 1022. I Green Circuit, J. C. Landrum; Deer Ly any of them, and ranges from 75 Ridge,, but driven by another party. tle gas, stating that ho was running' road on tho embankment at the foot High temperature during most of Lick, W. H. "Sanders, supply; Dex- - to SO per cent and boyond. about twenty miles an hour. As ha of tho Duford hill, turning turtle WILSON BASIIAM supply; the week hastened the maturity of Urvllle, C. IX. Williams, Should tho organization commiU approached Locust streot he fully re. with tho resultant death of Peters, caused Earllngton, S. A. Matthews; tee, meeting in Hopklnsvllle, today, alized he could not mako tho turn hrcaklng the collar bono of tho wo- lato tobacco and corn; but Word has been received hero, an- and ran Into a ditch from which tha. rapid drying of tho soil that to bo supplied; Hardlnshave authority, and expends the time man occupant whoso name was un- such nouncing the niarrlaso of Miss Daisy car plunged against a five foot emwas little Improvement In con- burg, W. H. Mun'cey; Hickory, W. T. for receiving pledges, it is confidentknown and who olther'could not, or thero Cutting of both crops pro- Perkins; Hopklnsvllle, J. W. nich, ly believed that more than one-hal- f, .Wlh'on to Mr. Jesse Bashfim, each bankment, throwing tho young wo- -' would not reveal It, other than to dition. In tho supply; Kings Mountain, J. W. probably of the growers of whom formerly resided In Ohio man forward, her head gplnc thru say It was Cora. She was thought to ceeded rapidly.. Most tobacco cut, but Wright; Leltchfleld, O. C. Sims, sup- who In Hull, Toxaff. severely Injured, Blan- - fouthorn counties has been have not yet signed will become; County, but now tho windshield. bo otherwise The wedding tock placo r.t Llborty, considerable hurley is still In the ply; Liberty, to bo supplied; Louis members if given further opportuni Heflln liicked theglrl up from tho kenshlp suffored the loss of several . long period of dry, warm ville, Epworth, Martin; Trinity, ty. It is J;nown that quite a few are Texas, Sunday, October 1st car, asking hor If she wasl hurt. Sho teoth, a .doublo fracturo of a Jaw- field. The : caused the first cutting John Lowe Fort; Wesley, W. O desirlous of signing contracts, this Is h replied, "ye, badly." This was her bone and minor bruises. Ho went wenthor has Hunts-goo- d 'TAFFY Wednesday, of tobacco to cure rapidly, with a Butler; Mlddleburg, H. W. especially true of sections in which last statement as she became unconto a Loulsvlllo hospital color, and without damage from man; M'unfordvlllb, L. E. Walter, not much of the wsed Is grown, and scious. for treatment. Quite a number from here attendconveyed sweating. Some of It Is about rca- -' supply; Nicholasvlllo, W. H. Morris; for that reason. In the short time Mrs. Atchison was a daughter of Tho body of Peter3 was Early corn "In shock Is Nocreek, Granville Jaggers; Onton, and rush In rounding up pledges were ed the. surprise birthday dinner at W. R Adklsson, who resides at No. to Beaver Dam Immediately otter the dy to strip. out, and some Is dry n. T. Harper; Owensboro, J. M. not worked. Time was not taken to C. T. Funk's Sunday, In the Washing- 1111 West' Second urcet. She wa3 accident and the remains burled at woll dried L. O. seo many smnll.grpwers Ho enough to crib. Tho week was tolHorno; Owensboro Circuit, Wednesday afturnoon. where tobac ton neighborhood. The dinner was formerly Mlsa Corlnno Adklsson. Sho liberty given In honor of his 48th birthday. Is about twenty-on- e hot and dry for lata potatoes, which Logsdon; Paducah, J. L. Burton; co Is scarce. years old. Mrs. In Iloavcr conducted a restaurant Mr. Elvis Funk, wifo and aby, Atchison was soparatcd from her fr good business. Tho range In condition from poor to fair Pulaski, to bo supplied; Riley, J. Dam and had n of tho w. Worthlngton; Sacramento, Char-cro- p and Mrs. J. T. Funk of Bowling husband who is a detective on lt A FAMILY REUNION' woman ns woll as the two men, was In most localities. In jurist Green, are here oa an extended vis-I- t. tho .plants are still green, but les Mitchell; Science Hill, M. M. Car-ar- o police forco. much Intoxicated. smalUnn'd are not doing well, mlchael; ScottsvUlo, J. W. Caatrell; Mr. Funk will go to a governo- A .pleasant reunion was enjoyed ' in- for GIANTS HAVE EDGE Some of the earliest planting are Scottsvllle Circuit. J. L. Horn; by a part of the family of the late F. ment hospital In a few daj-MRS. crawfokivs isaitn I Sunimlt, W. Plrtle, at tho home of Mr. and treatment. He was In tho Marino OX NEW YORK YANKS BIRTHDAY HOJJOllKD being dug, with light yields. The Sparksvlllo, W. H. Hale; B. Embry; Tompklnsvllle, S. B. Mrs. T. P. Carson, of near HartHospital In Evansvlllo, Ind., for weather was favorable for complot-'- j. fng the harvest of cowpca and nlfal- - Mayhew; West View, J. R. Martin some time, and expects to return ford, on Sun3ay, October 1P1922. The New --York Glints triumphed A number of relatives of Mr. nnd fa hay, and for filling fllos. The present there, met at tholr Tho sons and daughters in tho first game of the World's Mrs. Clay Crawford OLATON reached only Mr. Aubrey Nowcomb and wife series for the championship in Wedwero:' Robert L. Plrtle, Owensboro; home In Owensboro Sunday, October few scattered showers b a small area, and plowing Is being Dr. J. R. Plrtle, Mrs. J. A. Duke, have moved to Hartford. Mrs. nesday's game by 3 to 2. Nehf and 1st, to celebrate tho 53rd birthday Mr. and Mr3. J. A. Daniel and by dry soil. What sorlously will ehter school there. Crawford. Hartford; Mrs. Frank Hays, Chris-ma- n, Snyder were selected by the Giant's anniversary of Mrs. guests Mr. of done, mostly of children were tho School Is progressing nicely here, boss for thft stellar role?, while 111.; Mrs. Paris McDowell, DunThoso present were Mr. and Mrs. aeodlnc has beeni . .., n.nmr.itc,oH i Daniel's 'parents. Mr. and Mrs. T. dee; Mrs. J. D. Stewart, Romo, Ky.; taught by Mrs. Evan Oweiu wvw...i.omv "and Mrs. FrnnkJ vutui i;tufa, imo uuc. pitching aco, "Bullet" Joo 'Carl Crawford, Mr. Daniel, Saturday and Sunday. Rev. Savage will conduct a series Dush was selected to hurl to Schang. Devor, under unsatisfactory conditions as W. and Mrs. T. P. Carson, Hartford R. Crawford, Judge and Mrs. Mr. Roscoe Stone of Hartford, germination. But of meetings at the Christian church, Tho Nationals won tho ga.me In tho 3, with their respective families. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Dover, together to drilling and; moved to this place Tuesday. Mr. Mrs. Anne. Plrtle, widow of F. W, here, beginning on Monday night af- last half of the 8th. driving Bush to families, of Owen&boro; little wheat has been sown, Pastures with their localities; hav- Stono will tako charge1 of the flour Plrtle, and Mrs. Delia Plrtle, of ter Second Sunday, the showers, being succeeded by Marian Haynes, of Boonoville, Ind., continue poor In most that, wo3 gained from mill recently purchased by R. L. Ar- - Madisonvllle, were also present. Hoyt. Ryan relieved Nehf In thee Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes, of Bea- ing lost most mes, and will bo grinding corn this HERBERT Beautiful Indian Summer wcath-o- r 8th and gets credit for tho game. ver Dam; Mrs. Fannyo Frlzzell and tho last rains. Except plowing nnd weok, and wheat In a very short Lizzie, of Prentiss; seeding, which await rain, farm work and a picnic dinner consisting of Yesterday's result was a 3 tie, daughter, Ml?s Mr. and Mrs. Henry MUligan, Mr. the game 'being called at the end oC Conditions were time. all the edibles that bountiful nature Mrs. Mary Wilson, of Roslne; Mr. Is woll advanced. Mrs. Ida Acton is visiting her marketand art of the. cook could pro- and Mrs. Edd Baize spent Sunday tho tenth-inninon account of darkand Mrs. John Moorman and family, favorable for gathering and brother, Mr. J. A. Daniel, In Beavir vide, the' combined to make the day en- with Mr. and Mrs. S. V, Flowers'. ness. Shnwkey nnd Schang formed-thMr. Waldon Haynes, of Hart- ing fruit. nnd Dam. and family Mr. ,B. D. Harrison J. L. KENDALL, Meteorologist. joyable, and one long to be remembattery for the Americans and ford. Mrs. Y. L. Mosloy, who has been wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. T.v Barnes and Snyder for tho Nationals. bered sumptoua dinner was Berved ,on A visiting her daughter, Mrs. Ray Burdotfo Sunday. BETHEL The Baltlmoro Intorhatlonals detho bank of the Ohio ilvor, near tho Cook, returned to her homo In OHIO COUNTY BOY Miss Martlno Baize of Whltesville, nnd a pleasant day feated the St. Paul American AsCrawford home, Mr. Ernio Daniel is suffering from Hartford Sunday. MISSING FROM HOME was the' guest of Miss HeUn Taylor, sociation team in Wednesday's gama-th- o that will long be remembered. Qifnrlnv Mr. C. D. Bean has moved his a broken leg, sustained while cutting spout by all. first of the series being played household goods from his former Mr. and Mrs. Myrtio Floyd and for Class A-timber. Bcrslo N;iwtonl of Reynolds, Mrs. . championship' by home at Dundee to the homo of Mrs Ohio County, appealed to the police baby were tho guests of Mr, and Mrs. Mr. James Daniol Is recovering WEDDIXO ANNIVERSARIES W. R. Skinner, Sunday. AND BIRTHDAY CELEBRATED from a ruptured blood vessel, of tho Louolla Faught, to whom ho was yesterday, to help her find her GOOD STOCK FARM FOR SALE marrlod In Louisville, during Stato old) con Earl, who, sho stated, Rev. Craig of Owensboro, filled ankle. had run away from 'her home Mon- his appointment here Saturday and More than one hundred relatives, . The small child of Mr. and Mrs. Falrwook. 540 acres on Rough Creek, 90 Mr. H. C. Wilson has moved Into day morning. She told Chief Ly- Sunday, and dined at the home of acres fine bottom land. Good neighbors gathored at Dcrry Hawkins la 111 or diphtheria. friends and tho property ho recently bought of ons that sho had started the boy on Mr. aud Mrs. 0. T, Burdette, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Rltctuson's chiltho country homo of Mr. and Mrs. house, 2 good, tenant houses', 2 toM. C, Stone, and has taken charge of his way to school and MIsb Eva Mae Smith spent tho bacco barns, 2 feed stables and plenRonder, near Centertown, dren are HI of scarlet fover. that the boy Herman with her parents, Mr. and ty of othebulldlngs, 2 cisterns and protested against having to go to week-en- d Mrs. Preston Daughtrty nnd chil- tho store of Hoover and Wilson 1st, .whoro they Sunday, October Mr. Jim Hall, qf Beavor Dam, was school. Later In the day, she learn Mrs. W. D. Smith, of Hartford. wedding dren of Taylor Mines, spent Satforty-sixt- h ono flno well. For sale choap, If celebrated tho A large crowd' attended the "Tacky sold at once ed that ho had not appeared nt the anniversary of Mr', and Mrs. Jonas urday nnd Sunday with Mrs. Daugh-orty- 's In town Tuesday. Seo Mr, Blackman Davidson of Bar school house nnd she gained tho Im- party" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. wedding parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Itondor, tho twenty-sixt- h MISS PORAL 'WHITTINGHILL, retts Ferry, shipped a car of stock pression that he had made his way James McDaniel Friday night. anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Her- Smith, of this place. 15t2 Glen Dean, Ky. Miss Eula Barker was the guest birthday anto Owensboro. The lad was cloth-ig- d Mrs. Lunlo Maples spent tho past from this place Tuesday. 6 man Render, and the Rev. W. E. Halle, of Beaver Dam, o In blue of her daughoveralls. Owensboro of Miss Daisy Bolle Hobbs Saturday MARRIAGE LICENSES week at the niversary of Mrs. Lucy Boyd. night and Sunday. Mcaenger, Wednesday, Oct. 4. ter, Mm John R. Carter, of Central was In town Tuesday. RECENTLY ISSUED Rov. Wilcox filled his regular apMrs. O, T. Burdotte spent Monday .AGED LADY DIES ; City, who underwent an oporntlon, at AT BEAVER DAM j Loai.3Vlle, recently with Mrs. Luclnda Crowe, Sho Is getting pointment at tho M. E. Church Sun- BASEBALL BRIEFS Howard Romans, White Run, t AND FOUL KTltlKES day night. Mrs. Anna Lyons of Whltesville, Dellla Whlttakor, Flonor. along nicely now. Mr. nnd Mrs. W- - C. May of Beavor has been vlsjtlng friends and'rola- Clydo Bartlott, Hartford' Route 3, Mrs. Ophelia Leach, aged 7G years Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, of Ed Tho Boaver Damtenm mndo a pll- - tlves In this neighborhood. to Covn Kirk, Hartford, Route 4. 8 months and 24 days, following an wards, sptnt Sunday with Mr. and Dam, were tho guests of Mr. May's Sunday Mrs. Zula Staples Is on tho sick Thomas Cotton, Olaton, to Myrtio illness of soveral months duration, Mrs. Frank Maples, 'of this place. parents, Mr. and Mrs. sA. W. May, grlmago to Central City. morning at where thoy lost a game to tho team list. away Sunday Pickerel havo Sunday. passed Ethel Young, .Olaton, Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Mrs. B. F. May of Cloverport. is of that placo by 2 to 7, Stovens and Bornerd Goodwlne, White Run, to 10:30 at tho home of her step- moved to Beaver Dam, where Mr. Go to M. T. LIKENS to get your Boo Embrey, White Run. visiting her mother, Mrs. J. P. Wil- Phclp3 formed tho battery for tho daughter, Mrs. J. F. Caeebler and Pickerel has employment. RED GOOSE "SHOES. -Beavers whlld Underwood and Soder Mr.' Casoblcr, In Beaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Albrt Moscloy havo son. co 15tf FISCAL COURT IN Mr. C. D. Boan has bought tho did like sorvlco for tho Muhlonburg-er- a. Thoy aro tho best made. The deceased' lady was a native moved to Madisonvllle. ' o TWO DAY'S SESSION Mr. John Harrel hasmovod back Ford automobile, ovned by Fred Ohio Countlan and had spent tho In and Faught. Miss Uenova Mo3oley, daughter of to his farm near Beavor Dam. groater portion of her life t'lumphed Mr. Dob Moseley, of near Sandctfur's Morgantowu Tho Ohio County Fiscal again Court Mr. E. B. Dugglns nnd Mr. and o to Boaver Dam. She was a BOND MAUKKT Mrs. Ray Cook woro In Hartford ovor Rockport in the contest stag- Crossing, who hps, bean visiting her' mot in its regular October stcslott devoted numib'or of tho Boaver Dam ed at tho' latter placo Sunday. Tho brother, Flomon Mosoley and family, Tuesday of this weok, cdJournlnB V Sunday. MothodlEt church and during tho Las-le- y, 99.90 of Dalsotta, Texas, for some time, Wednesday. The Court .was prtej years of active llfo was useful and Llborty 1st 4s Material for the now I. C. water fiual scorei registered was 12-100.5,2 tank was uuloadod here Monday. Morgantown's slant sllngor was left that point today for Los Angeles, eMed over bCpunty Judge K.'lJSjt'. community In which Liberty 3 s beneficial to'tho ' Mr. Frank St. Clair, of McHenry, in raro form 'and held tho Rockport Calif., where sho will spond tho win-t- Wedding, with County Attornoy Ottqft' sho resided. She had been in wid- Lrlborty 2d 4s 10004 was In town' Tuosday. sluggers to three hits. Is surviv- Liberty 1st 4ta with another brother, Delmor 0. Martin present In an advleory-,- f owhood 12 years. Thcro capacity. Counly Clerk Kun-ii99.78 MoBOloy. iUl Mr. Clem .loxley of Fordsvillo. ing ono sister, Mrs. V. C. Hocker, Liberty 2nd 4 Us o-99.88 was hero Tuesday, to survey the tho clorjeal work. Tho following Hartford High School defeated Heaver Dahi. . also two brothers: Liberty 3rd 100,02 tract of land rocently purchased by McHenry High In tho second game Justices wore 'nreical: GRATKFUL TO FRIENDS Messrs. Robert Plummbr Ceutertown Liberty 4th 4 Us J. P.,McCyy, W. Ci Knott. Q, J!.!. & of their sortos, at McHenry, SaturFrank St. .Clair, of H. G. DanlM. nnd Dudley Plummqr, of Proutlsf, Victory 100.44 , Wo wish to express our gratitude Brown, Mr. Joo St. Clulr of McHenry, was day, by 21 to 6. to "Mrs. Casibler, an- Victory 4 s and In addition 100.16 tho guest qt his sister, Mrs. Floyd to our many friends who' rendered til. J. R, Murphy end Sum IJ.'HoV other stepdaughter,. Miss Blrchlo Victory called , Tho local School team Jnurnoyod aoslstsnctt to ua In connection with broolc. ft'lio Court, had a Van cumTho above quotations do not In- Payton, last week. Leach, of Biaver Dam. Mr, J. L. Smith of Loulsvlllo, who to Llvermore Wednesday aftornoon our recent loss In tho burning of our ber ami nmount of claims tq p.va Funeral sorvlce3 were conducted clude accrued Interest, which Is addcoupon udqu and but JUIle else was done at with tbo HJgh Schoof hoiio. has been visiting his family hero for t tat-t- o ' from the homo by tho Rov W. S. ed from date of previous this session. AND FAMILY. to date of sale. team of that place. Result Hart- . E. FlO.U returned to Louisville Monday. and burial of the r aialna Buokner ;.h. IIS COUNTY DUKE KICKED Ml YOUNG WOMAN DFAn IN AUTO ACCIDENT" killed tree Bu-for- d, -- g, n, two-thir- J.-T- J the-Datro- 3 -- New-com- s 3-- o " A 9-- 4. , 15-ye- ar ll-roo- m 4 bcd-sld- er ' 2. or y 4s 3s If(og m? ' pay-ino- nt few V. .f ... u.lauh .i!. .UjJt. . away but the good hone has never GREEK ROYAL done tl.at either. It Is also said that iFXMlLT EXILED you yourself havo been away two THROUGH COLLEGE wintora, two months each time, but King, Qnccn nnd Two Prince Were 'he faithful nag ha3 stuck to tho Placed on Witrslilp Hound for farm and kept thlng3 running until Vnttn Unknown. your return Traditions That Intellectual nlno-tcon- 7 Ho Is olghten now. or is it Athens, Sopt. 20. After nn At any rato ho is about as old Must Not Labor Is soislon tho Revolutionary Com-mtttIn horse language as you will bo lit Abandoned. decided to submit to King Is still s6venty In man language. He Georgfr the names of a cabinet, with doing his belt, but of course his best Alexander Zaimlst aa Premier nnd Is not good, and, if, I'm alivoat tho Uerlfn, Sept. 30. Moro than 80 M. Polltls as Ministor of Foreign time, I'll say tho same thing about per cent of tho Gorman students havo you when you aro sovonty. What affairs. M. Polltls held tho foreign portto work In order to mako tholr liv- are you going to do "with him? folio under Voulzclos. ing and carry on tholr studies." Out The new Gooilycnr fyy I know you are thinking of doing Crow-Ri- b Tread Cord of a total of somo 80,000'etudonts of away with hlni. You are thinking A Of nil Gttrmnn universities and) techni- of selling him for 15 or $17.50 if Sept. 29. Constantino, Athens. cal colleges, about 50,000 do regular you can gst It, to the old garbage abdicated King of Greico, former ?ork s farmers, gnrdertors, minors man In town. He could do the garbage Queen Sophie, Prince Nichdlno and nnd ajl sorts of unskilled workers, man's work all right, you say, Prlnco Andrew wero secretly taken owl can only dovote tholr spare time would not bo hard on him, you on board a warship and havo depart it to bclentlflc work. need tho money for school taxes, and ed for some unknown destination, it then well, the barn Is crowded, was reported today. Only 15 per cent of them ar suf- badly crowded.- - That's what you Tho tomporary revolutionary trificiently supported by tholr families aro thinking. Confess. umvirate, composed of Colonel Gone-ta- s, so that they can afford the luxury Colonel Pastlras and Captain and Say, friend, think again You don't have to be a shrewd bargainer to'pet the bottom price oa of doing nothing but attend lectures. while you are thinking, look me in Phocos, are meeting almost continuthe new Goodyear Cross-Rt- b Tread Cord. miliThese figures, more than anything the eye. You know mighty well that ously discussing plans for the Instead of listing it at a high price, to enable die dealer to attract you else, glv striking evidence of the old garuaga man is. so sungy ne tary detenso of Thrace against tho with a long discount," we list it ns low as we profitably can. plight of tho German middle class, wouldn't stutter on account of tho Turks and the recall of former PreYou can see from die figures below that its advertised price is lower which always supplied tho greatest waste of breath, and will not feed mier Venlzelos. than the net price you arc asked to pay for many "long discount" percentage of varsity people, for It Is reported that Venlzelos might enough, let alono a horse; himself tires of unknown value. war, and contrary to Ameri- you know ho cusses like a pirate arrive in Athens from Prance on tho We believe the average man would rather buy tires on this frank and can practice, to tako a Job or go in- when lis is mad, and he is always Saturday nlglif or Sunday. open basis, and assure himself a product of recognized worth. to business was formerly not consid- mad; you know ho never used a Some of the persons arrcitcd hao The new Goodyear Cross-Ri- b Tread Cord is made of high-grad- o ered as dignified ,xm compatible blanket on tho last horse ho had1, and been released. Constantino is -- ld to long-stap-le cotton, and it embodies the patented Goodyear method with the position of an educated the beast died early in the spring have departed from Athena immediof group-pl- y construction. man. from exposliro and malnutrition. ately after George took the royal widely changad. That's why ho wants another hors oath. TIno witnessed tho ceremoThis has been In design, materials and manufacture it is a representative Goodyear product, built to safeguard die world-wid- e ny. Goodyear reputation. Measured by his paying capacity and now. Kpoct George's Reign to be Hrlcf tho amount of personal comfort ho has a different tread from the famous It Tread Cord What's that? The garbage man enjoys this- new typo of working stu- is not so bad as painted? Political circles believe tha the cog-lik- e a new tread with a deep, clean-cu- t, pattern and it sells for Well, substantially less. dent is nothing but an intellectual granting that ho is not; granting for reign of King George will be brief proletarian, the only difference be- tho moment that he is a near-angand that a republic will bo establishCompare these prices with NET prices you arc asked to pay for "long discount" tires tween him nnd his workman companwith stub wing3 sticking out thru ed. Revolutionary leaders ai' in 30 x3K Clincher 32x4 Straight Side. . $24.50 $12.50 33x4K Straight Side.. $32.15 ion consisting' in his family tradi- tho holes In his sweater, don't forget comimurilcatlon with Vonlzolos in 30x3tf Straight Side.. 13.50 33x4 Straight Side.. 25.25 may 34x4tf Straight Side.. 32.95 tions and his mental training. that your farm is the old horsa's France. The former Premier 32x3tf Straight Side. . 19.25 34x4 Straight Side.. 25.90 33x5 Straight Side. . 39.10 As an average this new specimen homo, and that he loves homo Just as be the first Greek President if the 31x4 Straight Side.. 22.20 32 x4K Straight Side.. 31.45 35x5 Straight Side.. 41.05 of tho German student hi republi- much as you do, if not more. He Republican faction is successful. Re can at heart, tho tho fathers of the grew to horsehood horo and knows ports, aro current that three former These prices include manufacturer's excite tax s, young generation may safely bo every corner If you Ministers have beon arre&.ed, and fence'-postGoodyear Cross-Ri-b Tread Cord Tires arc also made in 6, 7 and 8 inch sites for trucks stamped' as monarchists, for tho sim- sell him to any one you will break Stratos and Protopapadakis. ple reason that they lived to see the his heart. He depends on you, he Constantlne's Ministers aro kcop-ingoB glorious days of a victorious Ger- has every confidence ir you. He of sight. On the other hand, many within tho last seventy yars has given you twelve long years of the lenders of the revolution are set nnd the unheard of revival of tho hi3 active life and If he had kept ting the heartiest reception when ACTON BROTHERS, BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY, Gorman empire under the Kaiser. books he could prove you owe him ever they appear Jn public; they aro Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dam, Ky. The youngsters, however, who went $2,400 at least. Don't break his belted with flowers. Revolutionary troop3 are patrol-Inthru the terrible experience of three heart. 3 or four years of Incessant fighting the streets. The city is calm Personally, I don't think your barn tho front are now beginning to is crowded. Why not slip those colts Constantlne's future place of exile at reallzo that they were nothing but Into that box stall andtlo theso two is not definitely, known, but Jt has tho tools of tho old regime to be inares over In that double stall? beon suggested that he may occupy thrown aside aa soon as the war Make room for the old fellow Inside the former German Kaiser's castle at would bo over and the empire con- when tho weather is bad, and give Corfu. Constantlne married the ex solidated against any attack from him the range of the pasturo when Kalser's sister. WMlMWMHBHWMMWCiWMBMMMHMWMMMIIMMBBMMMWMMMBMJMBBMMMMBMMBw,lM,,tMMM,. outside. When these boya once get tho weather is fine. In the two or Athens, Sept. 29. The Greek army went with man to tho dense forests! office the German government three years that he has left to livo into seek asylum with relatives for the may rely on their loyalty as republi you can pay him back a little of that in Thrace has definitely Joined the of the new world1, helped clear them short time thy have to live. QUESTIONS revolution. The army corps in the, for homes and made cultivation poscan citizens. Governor Wood, in pardoning $2,400. At tho present time a good deal of and Bible Answers horse, Eptrus also has thrown in its lot sible tor, the coming generation, and them, saldi they wero too old to do Make room for the old when, tho tide of emigration turned with tho revolutionists. If Parrots will nrourmn rhlMrrn to took up anyone any harm, nnd it was cruel distrust prevails on both sides, which friend." When you aro his age and mrmcrtxa the Uibto Aniwen. it win prov a pncci aa uhiukv w uiua in aster jcara. originates from the erroneous be- seventy In your caso tho boys and westward thoy hauled tho belong ti keep them In prison longor. He Is ings of the pioneer across the sun- - yj.apjnm"'"rl irfflmtf r7T3nninnnnsi"jm.T: Venlzelos May lie Kitvoy. lief of the broad mass of the people girls will make a corner for you and clearing out Bllibld, benefiting tho Paris, Sept. 29. Former Premier scorchfd plains and over the sreat in the alleged' prototype of the Ger- try to pay you back for the years men by doing so and saving the man btudent as that government much expense. Youngwithout Venlzelos of Greece returned to Paris mountain ranges to new home bethat you labored tor them How were the wise men of the EC3rcovci,'ed, boisterous (rufflan "of pay. Our Dumb Animals. front Deanvllle tod'ay and Immediate- yond. er men serving long sentences aro ly entered into conference with Truly, tho cow Is man's greatest Bast directed to thu birthplaco of sent to prison colon los nnd farms. the old days despising the 'plebeian,' 0. political associates. benefactor. 'Hail, wind, drouths nnd Jesus? while in reality tho modern German Chinese recidivists, chiefly offenders When the chest focls on fire and friends and What did tho wlso m on of tho agilnst The conference. It is understood, floods may come, destroy our crops student, devoting his leisure hours, .ho throat burns, you havo indigestho opium law, are bolng thoy behold the young If any, to all sorts of outdoor sports, tion, and you need HEItniNE to get will consider whether M. Venlzelos and banish our hopes, but from what East do when ns undesirable- enemy aliens. Matt. 2:11. Is left the cow manufactures into the child? Is eager to gst Into touch with all rid of the disagreeable feeling. It will reply to the Athens revolutionOther prisoners, having sorved from What testimony did John tho Bap- a fifth to a fourth of its repremost nourishing and food, ary convmltt,ee's Invitation classes of tho nation, hut too otton drives out badly digostcd their sentences, give concerning JeatiaZ Matt. suffers a rebuke-- his hand stretched strengthens the stomach and puri- sent Greeco at the peace conference foods, and Is sho not foster mother tist are being pardoned on pledges and Hfo Itself to countless thousands' 3:11-1out for a hearty handshake bolng lawabldlng Irr ruturo. nes tho bowels. Prico JCOc. Sold and in the allied capitals. Whut happened Immediately afsuspecting by Ohio County Drug Co. of little children all over this world by the workmen . m ' of ours? We love her for her docil- ter Jesus was baptized of J.ohn In . "treachery." Constipation. This? '" ity, her beauty; and should misfor- the Jordon? Matt. r.:lC-1Tho beginning of almoct every SlroiiK Class KwHnj: We-- offer One Hundred Dollars' Reward RAIDS PUT DKXT What weapon did Jesus itso to de- serious dlsord r Is PROFITS far any - case of Catarrh that cannot be tune overtake us as wo become bowstrong clnss foiling, which is This IN "WET" cpnstlp.itlou. If cured by- Hall's Catarrh Medicine. down with the weight of years, feat Satan in the Temptation? Malt. you to onjoy good health keep nn unfortunate heritage of tho imHall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken ed for the vour bowels regular. This is best perial regime, accounts for tho fact Lexington, Ky., Sopt. 30. Official by catanh sufferers become past thirty-Av- e wo know that In the cow we have a years, and has .known as the How did Jesus begin his great exercicc. but sotnettnves Germans abroad very seldom reports of the Kentucky prohibition most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's friend that was never known to fara medlclno that "Sormon on the Mount?" Matt. 5: Is n odod and when that is tho caso folt as tho children of a com'mon department show that It coEts tho Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on ter. Site pays the debt. She saves n expelling Mucous you will find Chamborlaln's Tablets fatherland and that there Is so much "wet" fraternity a largo sum to de- the from thesurfaces,nnd hearing the dis- tho homo. .God bless the cow III-t- la Blood the What directions did Jesus give aro oxcellent. They do we realize the debt wo owo. discord at home.. eased portions. aro mild and fy tho Volstead edict. concornlng tho glying of nlpia? Hnfi's Catarrh After you gontlo In tholr action, easy nnd pleasIf the present government, which Skeletonized reports for tho quar- Medicine for havn taken you will see a Our Dainb Animals. a short time Matt. G:l-In (treat ant to take. Give them a trial. They Is backed by a strong socialistic materly period from. April to June, health. Improvement Hall's your treneral Catarrh MediStart tnklnir ofto a ' ra only cost a qunrtor. I jority and therefore bound A valuablo dre33lng for flsh compiled in Director Sam Collins.' cine at owe and ret rid o( catarrh. Send o- pqllcy, will onco be able fice and forwarded to national pro- for testlmnnlnlB. freeCO., Toledo. Ohio wounds,burit9, scalds, old sores, rush, SWKRR.VK MQUOR INCOMK P. J. CHBNT.V A 132,000,000 TOR YKAR Sold by all Druggists. 75c. RRAVICS (SAZK show that to steer a middle course the Intellect-ua- s hibition headquarters chafed skin. Is Ballard's Snow Linio- OK riTHMC OVKR KHNCH would' readily appreciate this aa $77,495 worth of property was seizhealing and antisepment, It Is both TRIBUTE TO THE COW. Stockholm, Sept. 30. Sweden's a sign of their Justified wishes being ed In Kentucky by prohibition raidtic. Price 25c, 50e and ?1.00 per Income from liquor trado taxes durDoom, Holland, Sopt. 30j Slnco and fulfilled. considorcd botrio. Sold by Ohio County Drug ers in April May and June. (From tho Missouri Board of Then then- would bo nothing In m ing 1922 will bo over 121,000,000 tho dismissal ot tho Prussian Count Company. amount Includes automobiles This Agriculture) kronor, or moro than $32,000,000. von Gonthard, former Emperor "Witho way of a united nation of loyal and tho appraised value of proporty according to tho official reports Just lliam's court marshal, from the royal Little do wp realize the dobt wo SKRR I'ltlXCR SCORNS republicans and Ebort's recent ap- and equipment solzed at stills, and in published by the .Liquor Control household hero, William has begun peal to mako tho old song "Doutsch-lan- d rIds on soft drink stands. In tho owe the cow. During tho dark ages AN rXTOMK OP $4,000 Board. to lead u much freer exlstonco, and Uebar Alloa" ("Germany above jrame period. 175 moonshlno outfits of savagery and barbarism we find One of the arguments used by he no longer appears to foar tho gazo everything") tho now national an- wero seized, 055 arrests mado, 4.20S hor early ancestors natives of tho Belgrade, Sept. 30 Prince Guorge them of tho German pooplo would gallons of whisky seized, 54,920 gal- wild forests of the old world. As elder sou of Uo late King Petur of Sweden's "wets" In tho recent pro- of tho public. Count von Gonthard n Swedon, was a strong ndvocato of tho strictfind a hearty rospotise In tho hearts lons of beer and 10,415 gallons of tho bright rays of clvlllzatoln pene- tho Serbs, Croats and SI vne. who hibition referendum which resulted in a victory for tho est seclusion, but now that ho Li no trated tho darkness of that early In 1909 i enounced his of all Germans'. sour mash poured out. rrh' to the int.prohtbltlonlsts, was that In case longer In office tho period, and man called upon the o6 former Emperor Sorbian inrnns, i. is duu'red nn anIf vour child starts in its sloop. cow, she came forth from hor seclu- nual allowance trim t'i- .;venununt Sweden wont dry thero would be a does not hosltato to work In his gar-di- n In full viow of passers-by- .' . grinds Its teeth whllo sleeping, picks slun to shnro In tho efforts that gave of 300.C00 d'nara nbaat JI.'Ju" at hoary los ot revonuo from liquor FOR FLETCHER'S a greater nation and mora He clips and trims withat tin nose, has a bad broath, fickle the presant rat1) f ovhangt. as not tares, and that other commodities 'J might have to, bo surtaxed to mako in a few feet of the footpath which pale complexion, nnd dark lightened people! in consonance with his princely diga encircles tho grounds, and with only rings under tho oyes; it has worms; ' For twenty thousand years she has nity. At :, Crown Council presided up tho deficit. nlloglanco to man, shnr-tine- s, public. Ho talkH HICIXING TUN OLD HORSE Incessantly ot over by K'ri Ve.tandcr, the I'rlnro's and ns long as thoy remain In tho shown her OKN. WOOD PAKOLKS alike in his prospority and &d-- brother, i'. was resolved forestry and the cara ot troos, Tho that child will bo sick-- K that Prince ISLAND PRISONERS former wnr load is having jf you don't mind friends, I'll put Whlte'B Croam Vermifuge-- clears i versity, responding nobly to all that Goorge sliouil be deprived of nl tho dense 'or her. untl1 through hor royal nravi!"i;. and hrld responsiwoods which surrounded tho park in a word for thu old horse that out tho worms, strengthens tho sto-- ! was Mnnlln, Sept. 30. Governor Gon-or- thinned out, and ho Is h'lmsolf takold bay fellow, you know, with the iwch unci bowels nnd puts tho lit-- 1 development sho became an Idol of ble for verbal and written attacks Leonard Wood pardoned 200 ing an actlvo part in tho work. He He has worked for tlo one on tho road to health and "'ft PP!o of her natlvo country. enlarged Unoo against either the royal house of aged prisoners from Bllibld recent- looks cheerful WilOIl ColUtUlUlS mado Ills Second Jugoslavia, you gome twelvo years, I understand, cheerfulness. Prico 35c per hot and hoalthy. or the authorities. ly and many of thorn, ufter wanderanil has been satisfied with his tlo. Sold by The Ohio County Drug voyage to America, tho cow came n ing about town nil day, showed up "Could you let mo havo a flvo-spin with him, and frohi that time to tho Inn rd and room and a sot of now Company. present day Bha has been a most poat the police station for something for a few days?" asked Bllthcrs-b- y tthoQjj now and then. to eat and a place to sloep. There o tent factor in making this, our own man In a confidential whisper. "I, sir, am n During thosq twolvo years, it I am greatest nation, next morning thoy Identified be"Hero It is!" shdutod Mr. Grump-soFor Infants and Children , . rihtlv Informed, nineteen hired pompously .admitted tho Hon. Thorn country, thotypo of womnuhuod with longings taken from them at tho histho highest at the n'ien have klcljsd. got balky, aiid lain as Itott. voice. In Use For Over Years' time of their arrest more years ago "Thanks, top qj hia so "Ah I soo!" replied old Oaunton tory has ovor known I "covin on tho Job,' but tho old bay but why loud?" Always bears than Hip Van Winkle Blept. Then Her sons helpod till the soil of our "You struck on yourself "I was hoping I'd bo able to im- Iikr novor done any of thoso things. Grinwn. the .. innv rniinti. tnpir wnv imnir tr. u i,i n.i. i. .. . got the Job completed?" ancestors and Hlowly moved the. pro Signature of "' ' " iruiisacuan on your mem-homI am told that In tho bamo length of before you 1 "vis. , City Star. in provlncos, whore they will ory." ducts of the farm to markot. They glrl3 Birmingham have ruu Uuiu three hired GERMANS WORKING HBHBHIHniaMBMMBaMgjHlHHHiiiiHiiinM all-nig- ht co , KStf kXSZ Discounting the "Discount" in Advance so-call- bo-io- re All-Weath- er el . Gou-narl- ut FOR SALE BY pCggS g. I l ILL, M I beer-drinkin- g. Matt-2:1-1- ted - , to-b- 2. . -- How's 7. w-.- at 4:4-7-1- 0. Pol-so- 1. 4, - Children Cry OASTOR - lte, fir-tre- es y. d" al solf-mau- ,. CASTOR rA 30 ot n, iu es Ago-JIeral- d. JatWH' 5 i ARMY GIVES UP 58 PROPERTIES Cantonments, Flying Fields Depots, and Gun Plants To Be Abandoned. Washington, Sept. 30 Fifty-eignriny cantonments, flying fields and depots have bicn eliminated from tho lists of military posts' administered by the War Department. Troops havo been moved from them to permanent stations nnd tho properties soon will bo cither sold at public auctions or turned over under ' revocable licenses to States which have applied for them for uso of the National Guard. Closing of tho various stations, the "War Dopartmint announced today, was decided upon as a necessary step In tho reorganization of the army of its enlisted nnd tho reduction strongth to 125,000 enlisted men. It nlto was explained that, in many Instances, tho buildings and temporary quarters which were occupied by troops during tho war hnvo dUerlor-atc- d to a point where their maintenance la now prohlbltlvo from a standpoint of economy. Cantonments to be leased to States for uso, of tho National Guard Include Camps Pike, Ark.; Camp Lee, Vn.; Camp Jackson, S. C; Camp Grant, 111.; Camp Dodgo, Iowa and Camp Funston, Kan.; Camp Kearney, Calif., and Sherman, Ohio, already havo been turned over to tho ht ble number of schools are serving at least one hot dish to supplement tho cold lunch brougut by tho children. However, tho serious need of tho hot lunch Is r. ailed by comparatively few persons. "Under nvcrags condition, rural school children In Kentucky follow a dally program that nVakes It necessary for them to got nlong'oh little more than two monls n day. As a rule they have brinkfast nt about G o'clock In tho morning and by recess time arc hungry enough to cat moll tho lunch which they have brought from homo. What may be left af- tor rec:ss is Insufficient for tho noon lunch with tho result that they go homo hungry about 4 o'clock to eat without any appctlto for the evening meal. No man Is willing to work on less than threo full meals a day. School children, therefore, who nre growing and studying can hnrdly be expected to do their best work on two minis a day. plexing question hnvo been raised. ' TENNESSEE .GROWERS Must tho city dweller contlnuo to FLOCK TO BANNER submit to nrrost for hnvlng In his Many Join t Association After Stirring Speeches in Illnrk Piitch. 23. Hen- Hopklnsvl)l, K;' Sept. possession 2.75 per cent boor while his country relative can keep In his collar apple Julco in ftrmonted condition which registers ns high ns 20 per cent? m Mjte.t Contents ISFluid Drachm fe a fell 5flw 2f-.- CASTORIA For Infants and Childron. "Perhaps tho first requirement for starting a hot school lunch In any school is nn active organization of pertcno interested in tho welfare of the children that can superintend the project. This may be n parent-toachcr- 's association, a .community club or a group of farm women. The teacher of tho school should naturally bo a supporter of the project enough In her pupils to see that they are kept fit physically. "Complete details dealing with starting a school lunch, financing the project, th- ecu'pmcnt necessary, in suggested lunches nnd more than a scoro of recipes aro given In extension circular No. 95 which may bo obtained free by writing the Ex- Veterans Bureau, SHI On ii I'Innts. ' Tho prosrammo of the department also calls for tho abandonment of Forts Dado and Do Soto, Fla., Camp Shannon, N. M., and Camp Hidalgo, Texus. Fort Apacho, Ariz, will bo transferred to tho Interior Department. Quartermaster Depots to be abandoned. Include Atlanta, Ga., Seattle, Wash., (except one covered pier), Omaha, Nob.; New Orleans (except for reserve supplies), Port Newark, Nv J.; Norfolk. Va. (7.200 railway cars sold to Poland to be rombved in twelve months.) Boston, Mass., Pittsburgh, Penn., and tho Hawthorne race track, Illinois. Ordnance plants to bo sold arc tho Erie, Ponn., howitzer plant, tho Rochester, N. Y., gun plant and ths Chicago Storage Depot, while tho following reserve ammunition, depots will bo abandoned and 48,000 tons of material salvaged; Morgan, N. J.; Seven Pines, Va.; Antol, N. J.; Tully-tow- n, Ponn.; Toledo, Ohio; Wood-berr- y, N. J.; Penniman, Va.; Sparta, Wis. (to bo used by Agricultural Department in preparation of explosives for highway work for probably six months); Middletown, Penn. (transferred to air service.) Kcop Gimp Know Air S.rvico plants at Chapman Field, Miami, Fla.; Lovo Field, Dallas, Texas; Amerlcus Depot, Ga.; Long Island Depot, N. Y.; Richmond Depot, Va.; and tho Curtis Elmwood plant, New York, will be sold. Tho following air fields will he retained g detachments only; with Parkfleld, Tenn.; Carlstrom Fiold, Fla.; Dorr Field, Fla.; Southern Field, Ga.; Ross Field, Calif.; Ellington Flold, Texas, and Montgomery Depot, AUj carc-takln- periment Station, Lexington." you who havo .torpid llvdr, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. The season is here and tho air is full of the disease germs. Tho best thing to do Is to get your liver in good condition and purify tho stomach and bowels., it, Herhino is tho right remedy, completely. answers the purposo Sold by The Ohio CounPrice COc. ty Drug Co. m ma UAItXKTT'S CREEK All K Miss Elsie Dennett, of Deda, spent from. Saturday until Wednesday with her aunt, Mrs. Sallte Hoover. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Patton, Mrs. Zelphla Hoover and Mrs. Ella Hoover went to Owensboro Tuesday. closed at A series of meetings the Burnetts Creek Baptist., church, Monday night, with four additions to tho church. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yates and Mrs. Sal-li- e Hoovor went to Owensboro Tuesday. Mr. Noble nartlctt and family " moved to Owensboro last week. family, of Mr. Oscar Wade and Hartford, spent Saturday night with Mrs. Cloah mother, Mr. Wade's Wade. THE FUTURE our sight, That wo walk in tho sunshine, nor dream of a cloud: Wo cherish n flowor, think not of tho blight And dream of the loom that may weave us a shroud. Tls well that tho future Is hid from Stamford Advocate The Russians may bo on short rations, but at least Surgeons agree that in cases of they are not required to listen jo a Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds saxophone while eating . the first treatment is most Important. When an efficient antlsoptlc is Washington Star Texas Demopromptly, there is no danger of crats have indorsed the Wilson adinfection nnd the wound begins to ministration. Texan courage is fahoal at onco. For use on man or mous) and refuses to be daunted by beast, Borozone is tho ideal antisepa little thing like a landslide. tic nnd healing agent. Buy It now and be ready for an emergency. Price Baltimore Sun Camping out is 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by the good for you; but you can sleep ,on m Ohio County Drug Co. the floor at home and be Just as uncomfortable. NEWSPAPER VIEWS "Hey, BUI." shouted tho camper, Newark Call Who aro tho more "how many chops did we leave in silly, tho women who wear furs In tha Ice box last night for breaksummer or the men who put away fast?" "Two, of course.' their straw hats Sept. 15, though the "Well, tho bloomln' dog has got sun shines fiercely and the mercury away with yours." Boston Transstands nt 95 degrees? np-pi- marched onward today Into Weakly County whero tho originator of the system adopted by tho tobacco cooperatives delivered another address to tho farmers. A committee of five business mon from Paris, Tenn., today went to Kentucky to study tho nurley Cooperative Association at first hand nnd if they make a favorable report to the ChanubT of Commorce, which sends them, the merchants will g'ct behind the movement in an Intensive campaign to place Henry County on 'mark'tiiig. the side of Reports reaching hero from various parts of tho western district show great additions to the ranks. As a result of Henderson County's drive Tuesday and Wedncsdny 1,084 acres wero added, making Henderson's total more than 3,000 acres. At Dukedom. Tenn., a meeting was held, whero 270 acres were signed. 12,000 Acres In Christian Muhlonberg signed up 150 acres Wednesday. Twenty out of twenty-thre- e growers present at a meeting in Hopkln&vllle Thursday signed .contracts. Christian County has nearly 12,000 acres pledged. exciteThere was considerable ment at M. Saplro's meeting at Paris yostorday. A university agent met the spcakor as ho entered and iiado a statement about tho Indifferent attitude of the county agent. When Mr. Saplro referred Ho It In his speech, tho man arose and denied making tha remarks. Turning to J. H. DIake, chairman of the county organization, Mr. Saplro asked him If he were not present when the words wore repeated. Mr. Dlake nodded his head.. Later the unlvcis'.-t- y man relnterated his declaration, but Mr. Sapiro did not halt his talk and he was cheered lustily. Indiana Growers Join. Rockport, Ind., Sept. 29. J. Elmer Brand, chairman of tho Tobacco Pooling Com'mlttce forf Sptfncer Qounty, reports half of the county has Joined the burley association. ry County, Tennessee, having been Minneapolis Tribune It Is about captured by the forces of tho Dark tlmo that America, after surveying AsTobacco Growers Its brilliant success In tho Held of sociation, after n speech' at Paris athletics, and its Indifferent success Thursday by Aaron Saplro, tho "Ar in the field of e'dncntion, should put my of Economic 'Imleplnutjnce two and two together. National Republican It is evident that international financiers are investing some money in a campaign to resurrect the league of nations movement in tho United States. It is n case of throwing good money after bad. Toledo Blade Cancellation of war dobts would not holp to mako the world crazy for ppace. Cash Colorado Springs Telegraph registers aro probably not of much uso In Russia. Tho quicker method' Is to use a bay baler. Savings Journal Wo are spending eight times as much money trying to fight vico and crime as It costs to run the United States government, nnd yet the Jails, reformatories, prisons, and asylums aro constantly being increased and only 11 per cent of the crimes are being detected' and punished. Nashville Tennesscan broadens some. Others ? skinny as ever. Travel n.iT'l'; ''IL Mothers Know That Sz '' I '' 'J '" Mirrii j V ALCOHW.-- 3 m a&s rijWW tost. , AiMMniitfrivflaralioflwf as CmilnlinrtlherDOdbvRCuU-- ; i linathcSlomacasandDowljgy I '" "rirz-rrun GCNT. Genuine Castoria . Always Bears the SJinm P fair A O ThPfrtivPromoiiniiDKcstion rt.nnW.,fnncETiHRcstCoatailSf ACts. ,CV?7 IlK'S, n.I. nciincruiiiuiii,i'""i""-Mineral. Not nc""! jftttj,cafOldDSiXlimrSR JSotArtUiJlt "inn .... 'Vfnrn'MnPnOr'; ,; of LUiJ.'' & Aw. U.UII .r .'W.ir In im tfEotfi. tt:5.tfS (ig-ve- , ''!' :& -- AhclpfulRcmedyfor ConslfpatJonandDtarrhOvX andFcvcrishncssnnd rcsiAtiniaajnMf- t nci-ni-r fT m it Use For Over SLEEP Mm El" ,5gJ ! I .J'.'" r,c.r racSimilcSijnjrtta-e- mxCnaAtmCcHP: Cg5f j 1 Thirty Years return as ExuaXopy of Wrapper. Jti2.SSBmmmmmmmmWWWmWmWWm CASTORIA THC CtNTAUN COMPANY, NtW TOUR CITT. Duluth Herald You can blind a man by throwing dust in his eyes, especially if it is gold dust. Washington Post Apparently the Irish can lick everybody but tho Irish. Atchison Globe An; intellectual giant is a man who can tell a motorist intelligently how to reach the next town. Providence Journal The German mark is periously near the "spurlos versenkt" stage. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper Brattleboro Reformer A lot of school children aro of courss desper ately worried for fear lack of coal may close the schools later. i Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It js essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- By special arrangements we nre now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND cript. r t the great wartime cantonments, those to bs retained under caretakers as corps area training camps with only nonperishablo supplies on hand are McCIellan, AIn.; Dovens, Mass.; Of Dlx, .N, J.; Meado, Md.; Lewis, Wash.; Knox, Ky.; nnd Custer, Mich. "It is not contemplated, to expend funds on tho buildings (at the- abovo named cantonments) retained but to mako uso of them as long as possible In order to ''savo tenage," tho department's statement said. - m N Remedy especially lor coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. From a small beginning its sale and uso has extended to all parts of tho United States and to many foreign countrlos. This ulono Is enough to convince one' that It is a mediclno of moro than ordinary inorlt. Give it a trial and you will in find this to bo the case, Cliumbc'rlnln'g Cough This remedy Is intended1 llUHAL SCHOOL CHILDREN LUNCHES NEED HOT-NOO- Lexington, Ky Oct. 5. With tbo opening of schools throughout Kentucky and tho prospect of cold weather in the. near futuro, tho problem of lunch for children In tho noon-da- y schools again has como to the rural .front as an important one that attention, according to, Miss. Mayboljo Cornell, head of tha home economics department of the Colthis lege of Agriculture. That nroblom Is receiving due considera tion In many parts of the. state is by tho fact that a c'onaldera-- 1 ds The Louis "Why One above strike is far from being a more mat- poor old did tho police arrest , the blind man."' To fling Destiny's veil o'er tho face ter of conflict between railroad exhim, blush "Because they saw years. of our ecutives' and some of their former So wo see not tho blow that shall employes. very when tho lady passed." It is a matter of . strike at our love, deep national concern becnuso of its Johnnie Say, paw, gimme a quar And expect not tho beam, that shall economic effects. ter to give to a cripple. dry up our tears. Father All right, my son; hero Columbia State Lloyd George has It is. Now who is the cripple? Though the cloud inay be dark, there announced that all profits from his at Johnnie He's the ticket-sellIs sunshine beyond It; forthcoming book will go to charity. tho movlng-plctur- e show. Though tho night may bo long, yet That sounds as though tho work will tho morning Is near; cover a multitude of sins. Speck I have been getting up by Though tho vale may bo deep, there my rooster, but this daylight saving Is music around It, Washington Star Americans, makes him an hour late, And hopo 'mid our sorrow, bright rwhlle sympathizing with European Spoof Why don't you get a hen; hopo Is still near. financial distress, aro naturally cu- you could set a hen easier. rious to know how much of It was ; BEAVER DAM duo to 111 luck and how much to bad clover for fear of contracting hay Mr. nnd Mrs, J. D. Hocker, of Bea- business, management. FOR FLETCHER'S ver Dam, l'ft a few' days ago for few Dawson Springs, to spend a Duluth Herald A pessimist Is a weoksi person who wouldn't care to bo In Mr. Smith, is your son a member Miss Elizabeth Daves, of th,ia city, clover for fear of contracting hay nf Uli BVV4UL lIHkUtltIV i r.t..nl..t VI n.. loft last week for Hopkinsvllle, to refever. "He thinks ho is, but he talks in o. sume her studies In Bethel his sleep," Indianapolis- Star You've got it Misses Sallye Maddox and Corinnq Taylor of Beaver Dam, left last wrong if you think Jokes make tho TUB OTHER SIDK success, Tho Fords t make OP THE IMCTUItE week for Hopkinsvllle, whero they Ford a tho Jokes a success. will be Freshmen in Bethol College. I sat opposite her In the train a Mr. "W. A. Hocker, wife and son, Springfield News They charge to pretty woman with blue eyes, rose Berry, of Alabama, are visiting relatives and friends In and near this see Jesso Jamo's homo; but not as cheeks, and flaxon hair. Besldo her much as it costs to stop at a gasoline was her UttU daughter, a sprite of city, some six years or moro, on whom her filling station. eyes rested with lingering ender-110S8. Indigestion, Billouiiess, Constipation They were great frionde, Los Angeles Express Tho GerTablets have restorChaberlalri' ed to health nnd happiness hundreds man mark Is in a fair way to h sta- theso tyro. Ono saw It in the child's who were afflicted with Indigestion, bilized. It is down now about as rad'Iont emtio as she looked up into her mother's fnce. One heard it in biliousness and constipation. If you low as it can get. tho merry talk that passed between are troubled in this way give thorn Washington Herald What about the two. And as my eyes rested on a trial. Ton nre certain to bo pleas-show- n ed for they will boneflt you. m hard cider? Onco moro the per- - this happy picture they espied the St. Globa-Domocrat er It was good, It was kind, In tho Wise THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by mall, for only $3,75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. Children Ory ... CASTORIA Col-leg- - kingfisher upon tho lady's hat and tho stole of rabbit fur that hung from her shoulders. Alas! the kingfisher, too, had once throbbed with the Joy of life. Perhaps in Its death agony the rabbit's last thoughts had been of her helpless little ones. But no such thought as thepe dlsturbed tnQ iady.s peaco of ,m,nd She was too closely wrapped in her own shining contentment to heed another's pain. o -t- Harvey I guess you've been out "What d'ye raean7" with worso looking young fellows "Why, the g oat than I, havon't you?" there." No answer; "D'ye call that upp'lause? Why. Harvey (slightly louder) I guess that's tho audience klllin' mosqul-tos- ." you've been out with- worso looking youufr follovd than I, eh? . : Olrllo I heard you very well Mistress But why did you leave the first time, .Mr. Harvey, I'm thinkyour last place.? ing it over. Cook Coa tho master used to AUDIENCE HAD A KILLING TIME havo such rows with tho missus. Mistress What did they quarrel A theatrical company, after a about? Cook Tho way the meaU was droary and unsuccessful tour, arLondon Mall. In a small town in South Am cooked. rived hand-clappin- erica. That night, though there was no general uprising of tho audience, there was enough to arouso the dejected spirits of the actors. Tho leading man stepped to tho footlights after the first act and bowed profoundly. Still the clapping continued. When he went behind tho scenes, be saw an Irish stagehand laughing heartily, i Well, what do you think of that?" asked the actor, throwing out his chest. hand-clap-Pi- ''' A I I1 I guests of Mrs. W. C Earp end oth er relatives. Rev. S. Rlggs Is nt Munfordvlllc, Ky., for a short stay, whllo enroute Published Weekly by PRINTING COJIPANY to his homo In Beaver Dam. He JtARTFOUD has beon In attendance of tho ConIncorporated ference nt Barbourvlllo, Ky,. Mrs; Leach, aged about 73 years, Vf. 8. TINSLEV, Editor died, In Beaver Dam, after n long nnd Business Manager. Illness. Tho fifnernl was from tho residence, with Interment Monday Entered according to law at tbo Hartford, Ky., as mall afternoon at 2:30, In Sunnyslda "jPostofflce, Cemetery. natter of the second class. Mr. W. S. Likens purchased of to Rev. Shields the property In Beaver Address all communications , Dam, at South Lafayette and Beech t .The Hartford Ropubllran. street, now occuphd by Mr. T. S. Davidson and family. It Is also unNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS (Subscribers desiring tho paper sent derstood that Mr. R. P. Likens has must give tbo old bought the cottages at 106 and 10S Ba new hddress tbo request. . In making South Main Street, occupied by Mell Business Locals and Notices 10c Evans and Herman keown respecfor each line, and 8c per ll-Pr Insertion. tively. Obituaries, Resolutions rfnd Cards Mrs. Frances E. Allen, who has 6c for It Thanks, lc per word, and money be;n on an extended visit In Beaver ach head lino and slgnautre, Dam, with Mro. Hallle McDanlol and Ui advance Church Notices for services free, Mrs. John Allen, has returned to her per at other advertisements, lc home near Rosine. She will leave word. will soon tor Louisville, where she goes Anonymous communlcatlona to sp'nd tho fall and wlntor. iTcclre no attention. Mr. Ray Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Dug-glTELEPHONE and two children, of Olaton, mo69 Farmers Mutual tored to Beaver Dam and Cromwell recently. Mr. Mason, formerly a resident OCTOBER 0 FRIDAY and business man of Beaver Dam, rbut more recently of Oklahoma Is Tho Kaiser's memoirs being pub- back-I- n the county, visiting his many Courier-Journmake lished In the relatives and friends. protty good spaca killers. In addiMrs. Ida Pharrls died after a long tion to that occupied by Bill's writ- tubercular illness, at her home in ing the Courier uses quite a bit by Rosine, tho Interment was In Barnett way of apology, and In condemnation Lick cemetery in Butler County. of the Hohenzollern. Mrs. Ida Acton, of Olaton, Is vis"We note In the news raports that iting in Beaver Dam. Mr. C. F. Fralze, who Is teaching some eminent and learned gentleman one may get a kick, or in the high school at Masonvllle, was states that Sat, become Intoxicated by drinking pure In Beaver Dam, visiting his wlfo Mr. Fralze reIn excessive quantities. Thero urday and Sunday. water are likely to be some humani explo- ports a good attendance for his school. sions In this burg from now obj Senator J. A. Leach was In HartGrowers Co- ford Monday, on business. Tho Dark Tobacco Mr. J. F. Allen made a business Is beyond operative organization doubt assured of art amount pledged trip to Hartford Monday. Mrs. H. G. Daniel, of Olaton R. 2, within Ohio County, to place It safely within the body of Counties in the was tho guest of Mrs. Mollle Allen, class count ;d as loyal to the growers' of Beaver Dam, recently. She 'also Interest. A lot of hard work has visited In Hartford. The building In Beaver Dam at been done, commendable and faith-iwork. But there are too many 210 North Main street, has had an not yet Identified with the organlz-tio- n. attractive glass front installed be Quite a few who are not In sides an addition to the building has but should be, from our viewpoint. been made. It Is occupied by the Some of these are men who give us W. G. Muffett Repair Shop. Tho house numbering In Beaver .surprise by yet holding out. Some expect to reap the benefits Dami has caused a lot of comment of these of'tha organized efforts of the gneat by visitors. Numbers have been ormajority. They may obtain (thefr dered from St. Louis and will bs put The system results in expected and desired results, but of a on soon. or desarve great convenience both In the delivtruth, they do not merit the ery system and in directing strangers to. We would not advocate .sacrifice of conscience, or principle over town. Mr. Arthur Peters and Miss Vicsimply to become of and with the majority. Wo concede to every in- toria Allen eloped to Rockport, Ind., dividual his or bsr right to adhere where they "were married. Both are to principles they may deem to b3 well known young people bf Beaver "honest and for the maintenance of Dam. Mr. Charlie Peters was killed In the right. But In the present case wo fear thero ara some who have not an automobile accident near Buford, I moved and aided through other mo- Tuesday night. The funeral services tives, one, which If bared to tho wero conducted at th& residence, 219 open light would not bo so very North Broad St., with Interment at jpleasant to look upon. It Is not our Liberty. Mr. J. W. Hall and Mr, Leonard jirlvllego and certainly far from our or aim to cast reflections on Young motored to Olaton, Tuesday desire afternoon. Any. Wo speak not of any individuMr. C. D. "Bean and Mr. Fred simply generalize. There may al but bo those who hav3 joined the or- Faught, Olaton, were on business, ganization, doubtless aro, who havq In Beaver Dam Tuesday. They mado ""orily thought of their individual we- tho trip by auto. Mr. Roscoe Stone has moved his lfare and personal advancement. But be true the sin, If any. family to Olaton, where he will opoven if that may, to a certain extant, be mitigated erate Olaton Roller Mills, recently purcha'sed by R. L. Armes, of Louisbecause of tho advancement of the righteous interest of the body as a ville. Mr. Stone occupies the Lyons whole. If wo must be wrong sac- property, and Mr. Lyons has taken rifice principle wo would a thous- rooms over the store and Post Ofand times rather do so If by that fice, operated by the Lyons Company. Dn Jesse Bean, of Horse Branch, act the interest of the whole community is advanced than to bo wrong was In Owensboro on business, Tuesto the hurt of the community and in day. Rev. W. E. Halle-- , of Beaver Dam, tho interest of solf alone. We are mode, of promade a business trip to Olaton Tuesnot advised as to the cedure to bo adopted by the organi- day. Mrs. Lou Stewart of Horse Branch, zation In session at Hopkinsvlllo totake It for granted that left for a visit In Louisville, Tuesday, but Immediately upon time will be extended in which to day morning. to bring tha-- stray sheep In- l her arrival In tho city she received endeavor to the fold. If the chance Is again a telegram from Owensboro, statliy; given thoBO not now In, thoy ought her sister, Mrs. Allen, widow Of the to cast their lot upon the side qf en- late Levi Allen, was dying. Mrs. Al lightened organization and get len leaves a son, Oscar E, Allen, of squarely behind and with the. majori- Louisville. Mrs. Stewart left at once ; ty, that all doubt of triumphant and for Owensboro. M a. complete success may be removed. I absoluteCompletely united there FOR SALE 7 thoroughly no chance for failure, although as matters now stand probable failure bred Rhode Island Red has been thrown Into the discard. iJTIie Hartford Republican PERSONAL NEWS. Men's Suits at a Fifty Bargain at IjIKENS.' istf All-Wo- ol In Mr. Roy Tyler, of Whltcsvllle, was ' Hartford, Sunday. The Ladle'' Social Club will meet with Mrs. W. S. Tlnsley this after- -' noon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Crnddock nnd son, Wayne, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Smith and sons, Clay and Leonard, Mrs. Laura Chlnn and daughter, Le-l- a Ray, McHenry, were in Owensboro, Tuesday. Messrs. Clayton Baizo and Guy Daviess of Linton, Ind., spent from Sunday to Tuesday ns guesta of tho former's sister, Mrs. Charlie Smith and family of near town, and Rubo Baize, and family of McHenry. ie ad-lon- al j ns Prof, and Mrs. O, D. Ccrkon and Hettlo Riley, Hazel Hula Rhea and Margaret Foster, city, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Woernlca, of the Nocreck country, Saturday night and Sunday. children, Mau-rln- c, A al of the la mado Announcement birth of a son on September 25, to Mr. and Mrs. G. II. Penland, Louisville, christened Robert Hamilton. o Mrs. Penland was formerly Miss Clark, daughter of Mr. W. A. Clark of this city. Ma-zl- Copyrfcht 1922 Hait Sehifmer S: Marx Mrs. J. Ross Taylor and little daughter, Jean Paxton, city, went to Central City Saturday afternoon, where they wero guests of Mrs. Taylor's nunt, Mrs. Eula Fortney, until Sunday night. Mr. Taylor Joined them Sunday. Mrs, Nettle Williams, Mm Delia Plrtle, and son,, Mr. Ira Plrtle, of In Madlsonvllle, spent the week-en- d Hartford, as guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett. Mrs. Plrtle remained for a more extended visit with friends, and relatives. Miss Ora Smith, who spent four months In Portland, Maine, ns the guest of i her brother, on rout to her home In the Taffy country, stopped In this city, where she spent Sunday and Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith. Esq. Winson Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Banks-andGo- od Clothes dig-nit- y. ' ul Notice how any bank erects a building that has plenty of It looks solid; invites con-- . fidence. You can use this idea to your personal gain. Estil Martin, Mr, and Mrs. Lee Ranney, Select. Mr. and Mjs. Cecil Martin, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Davidson and sons, William Alford and Edwin, Hartford, motored to Owensboro, Sunday, where they spent the Hart Schaffner St Marx day. A FEW SUGGESTIONS Bartlett Pears, Del Monte Peaches, Fruit, Del Salad, Del Monte Pineapple. Monte Asparagus Tips, Sugar Loaf Spinach, Salmon, Peas, Hominy, Wesson Oil, Mazola Oil. In fact, evICtI erything god to eat. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Hartford. Have Jenny Silo Filler and BuskIn stock. This machine will fill your silo, either putting your corn In the silo, or husking It off or It will shred your corn. It Is a combination silo filler and a shredder. Tho 15tf price Is right. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO., Hartford, Ky. ers give them progressive style with a dignity and character that is a "silent salesman" for the taste and judgment of the wearer. See the values we offer at -- Roscoe Stone, who for some time had been employed with C. B. Car-de- n tz Company, Hartford, together with his family, has moved to Olaton. Mr. W. O. Cole, who Is In, the employ of C. B. Carden & Co., together with his family, moved from the home they occupied on Clny Street, Into tho home vacated by the Stone's on Union Street. CARD OF TILANKS Wo wish to thank our many friends for their kind assistance during the Illness and death of our beloved mother and grandmother, Mrs. CJphelia Leach. THE FAMILY. $35,00 COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Iv, Fordsville and Pattlesvllle road near Harvo Evans. Said bridges aro to be constructed out of material furnished and delivered at the place each bridge Is to bo built. Contracts for said work will bo let to the lowest and best bidders. Only seal bids will be and tho right to reject any It is and all bids Is reserved. that no ono person will bid for the construction of more than ono brldgo, unless he has labor crew sufficient to carry on the building of nil of said bridges at tho same time. After the letting of said contracts, construction must be promptly begun and pushed vigorously to completion. The county road engineer and the oilier fiscal members of the county are Invited to be present at the abovo named placeand time to assist in 'passing upon bids. lSt2 S. L. KING, Drainage Com'r., Ohio County. NOTICE OF BRIDGE LETTING k u OLATON ROUTE 1. r Mr. Fletcher Hardlson, of Dickson, Tenn., was in Boaver Dam Sunday, visiting friends. Mr. J. W. Hall and wife, with Leonard Boone, chauffeur, motored to FordsvlHo Sunday, from Beaver Dam, whore they were guesta of Mrs. Rosa Hall and children. Mrs. Ida Peach and daughter, of "Williams Mine, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen, In Beaver Dnm, motored to Rosine Saturday accompanied by Mrs. J. F, .jUlen oud Miss Eva Allen, and were The underslgued Drainage Commissioner of Ohio County, Kentucky, at tho courthouse door at Fordfivillo. Ohio County, Kentucky, on Monday tho 16th day of October, 191:2, ut 1 o'clock, p. in., will let contracts for Cockerels, subject to regis tho construction of the following bridges to be constructed across what try. Is known as the Roy Mut'fCvt ditch MRS. E. B. PENDLTON, I and laterals.' span on the Hartford One Hartford, Ky. and Fordsville road near Dundee; Ono 30 foot span on the FordsvlHo and Narrows road near, NarFOR SALE .' rows; " One .30 foot span on read near 60 ACRE FARM, known as the Buck Duvall farm, situated on the Loren Browns; One 30 footspan on the Fordsville public road between Select and Baize-towand Narrows" road near Estill newly painted contains ' , dwelling with good barn and orchard. Boardo; Ono 30 foot span on the Barretts Price J690. Ferry road; E, W, JACKS.ON. the And ono 30 foot span on Beaver Dam, Ky, - Notice to Taxpayers Monday, Oct. 9, Tuesday, Oct. 10 Wednesday Oct. 11 Thursday, Oct. 12 Friday, Oct. 13 Saturday, Oct. 14 Tuesday, Oct. 17 Wednesday, Oct. 18 Thursday, Oct. 19 Friday, Oct. 20 Saturday, Oct. 21 f ed de-slr- od We, or one of our deputies will be at the following named places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing your property and collecting your taxes. Please meet us where most convenient: Saturday, Oct. 7 J ; FordsvWe Narrows Dundee Rosine Branch Hoe . . 40-fo- ot . . .. n, , '.V.'.' .'.'.' .'.'.'. Simmons7 g-- A RALPH, Sheriff, ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'r. , '.V. BeaVer Dam ; ; Shreve Olaton ..'..!.'. Buford v Smallhous Heflin k VX 1XS'"UW I Coats, Coat Suits and Dresses The season is now here for r. 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- Lots of new things this week, Col-erCranberries, Lonioiu otc. lGtl WILLIAMS & TAYLOR,. Hartford. y, Dr. Sanr Heavrln, of Owonsljoro, wns the guest of his 'brother, M. L. Heavrln, city. Monday afternoon. Misses Helen West -- flo'.d md Lois Wilson, city,' spent Tuesday night with Mies Cessna Johnson, at Mr. and Mrs. Albert Moslpy, who resided In upper Eart Hartford, moved to Mndlsonvlllc, the first of tlje present week. Illinois Central System Urges Co-operati- on in the Movement of Coal Tho Illinois Central System Is facing the problem of providing coal cars for transporting fall and winter bituminous coa! supplies from the mines to Its patrons. Ordinarily this task Is per- -, formed partly during the summer, before the heavy traffic occasioned by tho movement of tho crops begins. Owing to tho miners' strike in the bituminous coal flelds.whlch continued tor nearly flvo months, from April 1 to August 22, tho heavy movement of coal and tho movement of the crops ' come at tho same time this fall. During tho miners' strike tho side tracks of the railroads were crowded with many thousands of Idle coal cars. Reserve supplies of coal were exhausted, and all coal bins are now practically empty. Every informed person will appreciate that no railway system could keep itself adequately equipped to meet such a situation as, this, ilowever, the Illinois Central System organization Is proceeding to the task of moving as many tons of coal from.the mines to dealers, consumers and Industries as It Is humanly possiblo to move with Its facilities. By-th- e prompt loading and unloading of cars and by direct billing of cars to avoid delays ocreconsignment coal mino oporators, coal dealers and coal consumers can aid materially In casioned by accelerating the con! movement. With the. people demanding coal to keep them warm and prevent suffering this winter and with Industries demanding" coal to keep up production, thus avoiding unemployment, every person should constitute himself or herself a committee of one to seo that no coal car is delayed for even one unnecessary hour. Wo appeal to coal mine operators, coal dealers and coal consumers to with this company In preventing unnecessary delay In the loading and unloading of coal cars. Wo believe that tho prompt movement of coal cars has never been so necessary .as It is at this time. We also bellovo 100 per cent from coal mine oporators, coal dealers and coal conthat, If sumers In the prompt loading and unloading of coal cars, no ono dependent upon tho Illinois Central System for transportation will suffer from cold th is winter. About 75 per cent of the bituminous coal loaded on the Illinois Central System rails is unloadh ed at destinations on other lines. Therefore, ono of our problems is to get cars unloaded promptly on our connecting lines and returned to us forqulck delivery to the mines. In this wo need and oven of thosa whom we do not directly serve. ask tho greatest The' Illinois Central System owns 30,067 open topcars suitable for coal loading. To this number should be added 5,000 new coal cars which we have recently purchased. Two thousand of theso cars aro now being delivered, and delivery of the remaining 3,000 has been promised in November in time to take part In the heavy coal traffic this fall. , One of the responsibilities devolving upon a railway system Is that of constantly adding to Its equipment In order to discharge faithfully Its duty to its patrons. In addition to the 5,000 new coal cars which wo are adding to those already owned, we are this monthj receiving deliveries of sixty-fiv- e new locomotives which were ordered last July. The aggregate, cost of pars and locomotives bought by tho Illinois Central System this year amounts to more than 14,000,000. Yet, In spite of this and the further fact that this railway system has expended more than $180,000,000 for enlargements and improvements to Its property in the last 'twelve years, its capacity for serving Its patrons this fall and winter may be inadequate.. We ask our patrons to consider carefully all of the obstacles which have confronted us and the other railroads before- framing an opinion in regard to why the capacity of the railroads is sometimes not equal to demands. Constructive criticism and suggestions are Invited. COATS $7.50, .$10.00, $15, $20.00, $25.00 to $50.00. COAT SUITS $15, $18.50, $20.00, $25.00 to $45.00. DRESSES $7.50, $10, $15, $20.00 to $35.00. Miss Eva Mae Smith, who Is teaching at Horbort, spent tho wpuk-en- d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, city. Mrs. J. A. Bennett, of tho Nocreok country, spent last week In Hnrt-for- d, the guest of her daughter, Mrs. C. M. Harnett. Dr. A. B. Riley and son, John, C. H. Heavrln, and W. P. Rboads will go to Rochester this afternoon to fishing. spend tho week-end, w : m F mm .aw A complete line of Misses' and Children's garments, all shades, qualities and prices) from $1.50 to $15.00. . Miss Helen Barnett, city, left Friday of last week for Van Lear, Ky., whero sho has accepted a position as tcachor in tho High School, at that place. Miss Kennedy Collins has returned from Greenville, whera she filled tho vacancy of her sister, Miss Lu-reCollins, during her two weeks vacation. no MILLINERY No more complete found than can be had in this department. Consult our milliner for your needs. LOST Bunch of Keys on Beaver Dam and Horton road, near Iron bridge. ?5.00 reward. Notify II. J. BpYD, Martwlck, Ky. . 3t MIssc3 Amelia Plrtle and Bodlne Carson, city, left Sunday for Chris-ma111., where thy will spend two weeks, as guests of their aunt, Mrs. Frank Hayes and Mr. Hayes. She will be glad to give you information. A few hours spent in our store will convince you that we are headquarters. When the latest is out, you will find it at our store. SEE US. n, t V 241&Ca ' The Hartford r BISCUITS AND REAL FOR CAKES Try a sack of our Ballard's Obelisk Flour. You'll like It. Fresh 15tl shipment just In WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Hartford. Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of the Hartford Baptist Church, has gone to Owonsboro, where he Is assisting the pastor of tho Seven Hills Baptist churchln a two weeks re- vlval. , ' Iresldcnt; Illinois Central System. C HMARKHAM. V 15 Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Craddock, and children, of McIIenry motored OCTOBER O FIUBAY,. .. For LI mo, Plaster end Cement go to, Caneyvillo. where they were weekto W. E. ELLIS & DUO. end1 gutsts of "Mrs. Amanda Fentress, i They wore accompanied homo by II. L. Taylor, W. T. Brown, Dick Miss Bertha Plrtlo, who remained 10 Simmons and Allen Taylor of Taylor-tow- Monday. . were In town Tuesday. ELPERBOlOcents: I. T. H. Black, Organization LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. Miss Harriett Plener, of Cromwell; Chairman of tho Ohio County Dark At The Best Stands. As-- i a fow days last weok, In Hart Tobacco Growers , spent ford, too guest of relatives. 8ocIatlon, left yesterday, for Hop- -' of klnsville, to attend a' meeting Mrs. M. J. Ross, city, is vU'.tlng County Chairmen of the onttro Dark PERSONAL NEWS daughter, AND SOCIAL EVENTS her Mr. Moore, Mrs. John T. Moore, Tobacco District. and in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward and Home-mad- o candles and pies at Mr. Ellis King, city, left Saturday of Owensboro, Mr. and Mrs. 13-HEO'S. morning or Louisville, whero ha Ellis Hoover nndi little daughter, Mr. has a position as clerk In a music and Mrs. Alva Kirk and little daugh- C. It. Ashby of McIIenry, was a store. n nf nnfnrrt. onnnt Saturday niRht caller at this office Monday. and Sunday In Hartford, as guests of . Airs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. Henry Mr. and Mrs. E. Cralrtroe. Seo ELLIS ICE CO. before putting Leach, Mrs. Anna Nallancl Mr. HenIn your winter supply of coal. 14t4 ry Nail, city, were lu6wensboro, Tuesday. II. I. Barnard, Beaver Dam, Routo Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Haynes, and 3, was a visitor' at this office. Mrs. Johm Brown, of Beaver Dam, were phasant callers at this office Hot Soup, Hot Hamburgers, Wednesday. For and Beet Stow drop In at Mrs. Bettlo Fulkerson has IIEG'S. 13t3 to Hartford, after spending about tho Kro- N. Leach, Beaver Dam, Itouto two weeks with relatives-I- x J. nos country. 3, was a visitor at this office Republican Bananas, Oranges and Lemons at ' HEd'S. 13t3 SMOKE Mrs. Mamie Miller and daughter, Mrs. Elizabeth Grimes, of Monette, Mo., arrived in Hartford, Tuesday, for a several days visit to Mrs. Miller's Tunts, Mrs. Joo C. Bennett and Mrs. P. B Taylor. LOST Man's coat, Saturday night Sept. ICth, on pike between Hartford and Beaver Dam. Coat is tan with blue checks and has name S. S. Tea-gu- e, on Inside pocka. Return to S. S. TEAGUE, Centertown, and receive 14t2 reward of $10.00. NOTICE We aro Installing a tlp-.pand hoist on our yards to unload coal from barges and will be in operation by October 15. Can supply you with any kind of coal, in any quantity, any day in the year. Prices reasonable. ELLIS ICE CO. lo BW n, FLORSHEIM SHOE 3t m p MONARCH RANGES .V f marl' enough to please the most extreme - trim enough to suit the more reservedThe Florsheim Rialtojwill be worn wherever goocTfellows get together. Mr. S. T. Barnett, city, left Wedand Field nesday morning for Dawson Springs, Bale-tieBarbed Wire 'Fence. Soo W. E. ELLIS & BRO., to spend a week or tendays, for the 10tt benefit of his Health. Hartford, Ky. s, Four-Ca- p ! Do you use Chase & Sanborn Cures Malaria, Chills, FevIf noti glvo ub a trial. You'll .Fpvcr,- - Colds" and er Bilious 15tl 50l20t bo convinced.. LaGrlppc. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Hartford. ,Mre. Amanda Phillips, city, spent Mrs. J. P. Sandofur, city, is makfrom Friday of last week, until Tues1 ing an extended visit to, her daughday.'ln Owonsborotbe guest of ter, Mri J. Q. McKInney, and Dr. McKlnney, Beaver Dam. Best quality Bye and Timothy seed. ts Metal Roofing and Fluo Caps Turnip seed in bulk. 14t3 fires. W. E. ELLIS & BRO., HARTFORD TIN SHEET MKTAL Hartford, Ky. 10tt WELDING WORKS, Hartford, Ky. , Mrs. Nettle. Reid, and daughtor, Dr. and MrB. Thomas J. Wedding Mrs. Cozy Dupuy, of Rockport, are Hartford, as and daughter, Miss Stolla, of Whltes-vlllspending tho week In wero guests of Judge and Mrs. gu'estB of Mr. and Mrs R. H. dllles-plII. R, Wedding, city, Sunday. m Cook Stoves I The RIALTO A fine New Florsheim for Fall $10.00 FOR THE MAN mSjfjSff' WHO CARES Coal and Wood N pro-ven- Heaters We Can Supply Your Requirements. y.' o, o. r ,' almost hero. "Wo The season's Rachel Shultz, city, spent weok, until Tues- have Rico, Navy Beans, Evaporated fipm Friday of last Peaches, Prunes, Mince' Meat and day, in Beaver Dam, the guest of her . lBtl 0,'McKlnney and Dr. Raisins. Bister, Mrs. J. WILLIAMS & TA,YLOR, Hartford. McKluuey. . Mrs. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KY. Carson (& Co, Hartford, Kentucky. . itA- - jh :..: . fe.jno- j. MMfcdA ir flTi M'ii'fS $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. behavior of various ramplcs. All samples arc found to require a dally alternation of temperatures for suc-- j cessful germination. A tempera-- I tura of 20 degrees C. for 18 hours and 30 degrees C. for C hours la satisfactory. Many samples give a distinctly higher germination when I exposure, to light Is added to the How-- ! above temperature schedule. ever, It Isjmportant that tho tem- -' poraturo sched'ule be not sacrificed In obtaining the light exposure. Some samples of Canada bluegrass do not germlnato completely even with tho above conditions satisfied. Work In progress is expected to determine all tho factors necessary to make a dependable germination test of Canada bluegrass possible. i I scrap of Investigational, "scientific, and practical data you are In a position to train th6 teachers who aro to teach tho people. W want to build tip something' of tho samo nnturo In our country." The Government of South Arrlca la planning to develop Its mnrkotlng studied on n largo scalo and has polectcd tho Bureau of Agrlculturo Economics in the United States as a pattern. Kxtenilon Work Among Negroes Negro farm women and girls canned 881,584 quarts of vegetables and fruits In 1921 according to methods demonstrated to them by 'ho negro women extension workors employed In tho Southern States. The variety of work carried on by these agents Is shown In a roport to the United States Departmorit of Agriculture on tho work dono by tho agent In Madison County, Ala., for July, during which month she gnvo demonstrations to negro fnrm women and girls in canning, making racks for drying fruits and vegetables, making blackberry Jelly, putting up kraut, cutting and making aprons, preparing meals for tho sick planting vegetables, household sani tation and treating poultry for sorehead. CKIIAM'O Airs. 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Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. , If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order youi' subscription through THE 'REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. New ForiiKo Crops for Porto ltlco Forage crops introduced Into Porto ltlco by tho Federal experiment station have given great Impetus to cattle raising on the Island, according to reports received by tho United States Department of Agriculture. The Station has found the velvet bean and the Crotalarla successful crops to furnish concentrated feeds, as well as valuable for soil improvement. Napier, or i.Mcphant- grass, has proved tho best of the Introduced although grasses for roughage, Guatemala grass does well on dry land, and a pasture grass from Java has been found 'excellent. Slv Pecks Barnard Is visiting daughter, Mrs. Lucian Dennis, An Acre Found llcst Kate her FOR KIDNEY.LIVERAND of Paradise, , STOMACH TROUBLE To Scwl AVhrsit MaMrs. Arthur Everley and Miss it is tho best medicine ever sold Lexington, Ky., Oct. 5. Six pecks ry Everley were In Evnnsvllle, over a druggists counter. last of Beed to the aero H tho best rate week. to sow wheat in Kentucky, accordKev. and Mrs. W. S. Hill and son, ing to experiments conducted on tho Douglas, of Uradfordsvllle, arrived Kentucky Agricultural Experiment last week to visit relatives. Rev. Station, for many yenrs. This an- Hill attended tho M. E. Conference nouncement has been made by K. J. at Central City. of the station Kinney, a member Miss Unlco Loney of Mldwny, was agronomy department. In response to tho guest of Mips Desslo Carter, re- -, lnquirl-received from scores jof cently. farmers at this tinio of tho year who Mrs. O. P.. Jones has returned afFOR PERSONAL HYRIF.H'1 are making preparations for wheat ter being tho guest of relatives near Dissolved In water for douche slop sowing. Ohio County Evaiisviile. pelvic catarrh, ulceration end inflamSix pecks is sufficient Jn nearly all mation! Recommended by Lydia E. Misses Anna Wood and Mary EvFinklinm Med. Co, for ten Tears. cases but to sow less than this erley left Sunday for Howling Green, A henlinc wonder for nai! catarrh, amount Is advisable only where the to enter the State Normal. CIRCUIT COURT sore throat and sore oye Economical. ( is extremely rich or the secdings soil Hat itordmary rlruruif and iran.iciiUI Miss Eddlo Elliot of St. Louis, Meets first Monday In March. May fwrt. made very early In the season. Seven is visiting her uncle, Mr. P. Jones, and July; third Monday in September Community meetings are playing the 5.G32.599 short tons consumed pecks acre probably would be and Mrs. Jones. to the and fourth Monday In November: an important part In helping Union during the year ending June 30, advisable If the wheat Is to be pasMrs. Ida Barnard and children udgc George S. Wilson, Ownsboro wives solve 1922, 1,348,190 tons were produced county farmers and their extent. Tho are tho guests of Mrs. a- - considerable tured to Darnard's Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, tmany of their problem's of farm and In the United States. Hawaii, PorCalhoun. homo Improvement, County L. C. to Rico and the Philippines supplied or Marvelous wheat, claimed by its parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Lam bert, of Horse Branch. Clerk Frank Black. says. A total of 327 per- 1,344,553 tons and most of tho reBrewer JntroduceYs to give full yields when D. H. Ellis. Mr. Wallace Morris has returned Master Commissioner sons recently attended three meet- mainder came from Cuba. AlBsW sown at the rate of a peck or two to to his work at Evansvllle, after Trustee Jury Fund L. D. Tlchenor. j Lm Tield In the county In one week. ings when seeded at this rate , Biendng gevera, day wUh the acre, ' hs paV The general range of potato prices on COUNTY COURT . y j tne siauon irm, ..a h am, Mrg c p Monla, ' to from four to eight bushels an aero cnts Mn X.iv!ngston county poultry keepers this season was from one-thiConvenes first Monday In each f Mr and Mj R A Danks of that of the corresponding less than were obtained when six showed a lively Interest In demomonth: gpent gu H wUh j mtjr Judge R. R. Wedding. nstrations held during the summer time last season, says tho U. S. De- peCKS were ....? fPnn natlo in thn uaeu. , i an(1 Mrg p L j,r Otto C. Martin. County Att'y just past by County Agent L. C. partment of Agriculture. r tviu vnrlptv have clven an I UUU J. v... Wood I Clerk Guy Rannoy. Tace and the extension division of average of 25 bushels an acre whtle Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ezoll of Akron, LexMeadow fescue or English blue-graSheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: the College of Agriculture at havo given a yield of ap- Ohio, were guests of relatives in six pecks seed Is produced in eastern proximately 30 bushels. Mack Cook, Iris Render, George I ington to show them how to separate this place, recently. j. P. Jones. the laying and loafing hens hi their Kansas and western Missouri. Most Mrs. Albert Patterson nnd Mrs. 1 uL Jailer Nat Hudson. blocks. A total of 20 demonstra- of it is exported to European counA Safe Old Fashioned Cholera Extend- I.on Gentry visited friends and relaAgainst IIor hundred tries, chiefly Germany, says the U. Work held. One tions ware QUARTERLY COURT Reaedj for Worms ,' ed to Other States. tives at this place, this week. eighty-five of the COO hens handled S. Department of Agriculture. Seven ty.fiverears contin. Tho United States Department of Mrs. 'Oscar Drown Is visiting at lonvones first Monday In each month, proved to be low producers. uoat use is the best testiAgriculture this year extended its Echols. FISCAL COURT monial FRET'S VHIIFUGE Nearly 3,700,000 gallons of maple cooperative work control i Airs. Emma Fulkerson and Mrs. can offer you. More than C5 McLean county farm sirup were produced last spring In to South Dakota, Washington, New W. S. Hill attended conference SunConvenes Tuesday after first Mon- Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep boys and girls took part in a re- the 13 Important producing States, Mexico, and West Virginia, making day, at day In January; first Tuesday In i Central City. tho Htde ones healthy cent junior agricultural club lair the largest In four years, and 53 per a total of 34 States in which wark April nnd October, R. R. Wedding and happy. 2ield by County Agent Robert H. cent more than in 1921, according to is being done in cooperation with SOLDIERS ARE SENT TO County Judge, presiding. J0c bottl l your dniftSrt's or SjtneraJ alore; or il your dealer Yord. They exhibited a total of the United States Department of MINE AT CARIIOXDALE 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford. can'laupplyyou.aendhitnemo State authorities. Cooperation among ad 30c m lampa and we'll chickens and 3S pigs. A number 96 2nd District W. C. Knott, Centertho different agencies is now at its ad you a kuliU promptly. town. of Interested McLean county persons - effective Ky., Sept. 26. Madlsonvlllo, S. HEY, Bsltmsrs. Hi. L best and is therefore more9 encouraged tho youngsters In their The production of crimson clover than ever. Threatening remarks safd to have 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons Fords-vllljunior farm work by posting a to- seed in tho United States has never Tho object of tho work with tho been made by a band of men today ltii District J. R. Murphy, tal of $175 In cash prizes. equaled the- planting requirements In various States Is to prevent and conmoved the military authorities In this country and considerable quan- trol outbreaks of hog cholera, and this neighborhood to send Sergt. J. nth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart' ford, R. F. D. No. 4. WILL Coal Two thousand acres of corn and tities are Imported each year" from to prevent the spread of tho InfecT. Dalloy to the Hawley-Isaac- s Gth District Mack Martin, Narrows, Company plant at Carbondal'. Four soybeans grown together In Nelson Prance and Germany, according to tion and to reduce losses. TAKE OUB R. F. D .No. 2. county during the summer Just past the United States Department of During the year, hog cholera has National Guardsmen also were tent 7th iMstrlct J. Walter Taylor, Bealiavo helped farmers In that section been kept well under control, but from Issley. Tho troops havo been ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. principally at Earllngton Kit tho state to realize, the value of stationed special care must bo taken Jn Octo-- Y HOARD OF EDUCATION this combination for soil Improve--meDecember, when during the railroad strike, and at A Treafrcenl A community club of farm women ber, November, and and hogging down purposes, in Cherokeo County, Kansas, accord- usually there Is an Increase In Its points in the recent mine strike area, IsHsiaaaaaallTVnV Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason, (or WEAK County Agent C. L. Hill says. From ing to statements to the U. S. De- prevalence. Farmers will save more No trouble haw dvelon;d at tho Convenes First Monday In every Hawley-Isaac- s LUNGS Ot nitrogen was partment of Agriculture, reports mine, but inasmuch month. Mrs. "53 to $6.12 worth of hogs and prevent disastrous losses If I. S. JJason, S. S. O. C, added to the soil by each acre of the Secretary-Treasurer. healthy chicks from hatches to- they do not delay reporting Imme- as it Is In a troubled area, it "was and CONSUMPTION .beans. taling 2.4SC as a result of following diately to the State veterinarian', tho dechied best to send ni"u to protect R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, tho methods of sanitation and feed- county agricultural agent, tho re- it. Tho plant is two miles from that R. F. D. No. 6. A quick relief The State agricultural experiment ing demonstrated by the county ex- presentative of tho Bureau of Animal of tho West Coal Company, where it W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart- - coughs, pains for that tired, run down feellnc, la clieit. night sweats, was believed an attempt was tirade weak lungs or consumption. It It dees Industry, or local veterinary practi.stations In the Southwest, accord- tension agent. fqrd, R. F. D. No, 3. not help yon It costs you nothing. ; ing to reports to tho United States Nat Llndloy, Centertown, R. F. D. 1. tioner any suspicious caees of Blck-ne- last week to dynamite tho plant. Lock box 816 OHIO MEDICAL CO. Department of Agriculture, are givamong their hogs. Antl-ho- g Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. In the spring of 1921 seven columbur o An Agreeable Surprise. ing especial attention to such subClaud Renfrow, Dundee. In a Georgia county wore induc cholera serum Is not a euro, but a "About three years ago when I jects of regional Importance to farm-or- s ed by the county extension agent to preventive treatment, and should bo Examinations. In that section as the use and up- make a trial cooperative shipment I applied as soon as possible when tho was suffering from a severe cold on For Common School Diplomas-Fo- urth my lungs and coughed most of the building of the range, Irrigation and of 20 pounds of surplus cream. In disease appears Jn tho herd or In Friday and Saturday in Jan timo night and. day, I tried a bottle methods, the develop--roe- June, 1922, fourteen months later, troatment is a good Insurance of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy uary, and Second Friday and Satur of varieties of crops that will according to a report madu to tho against losses from hog cholera. nnd was surprised at the promptness day lir May. To be held m Fords-vlllsucceed under semlarld conditions, United States Department of AgriBeaver Dam and Hartford. gave mo relief," writes and prevalent diseases of animals culture, this new farm Industry had South Afrlcu Seeks Ideas Hero for with which it For Teachers' Certificates Third Mrs. James Drown, Clark Mills, N. plants. grown to the extent of 10,000 pounds Marketing Work. Y. Many another has been surpris Friday and Saturday in May, Juno shipped from that county during tho Specialization in tho various Except notice Is ed and pleased with tho prompt re- and September. month. phases of agricultural economics, as lief given to tho contrary the latter exTiwcct Control in Northwest. m afforded, by this remedy. is dono In the United States Departwork in tho aminations will be held In Hartford. Jn its insect-contrOregon-norther- n Difficulty In 'iYhtliiK Ciinuda lllue-graAgriculture, will be-- recomment of California .southern OTHER OFFICERS "Edith says sho would rather mended to tho Government of South dancj than eat." Reed. points (forests of the Northwest ) Tnv Commissioner R. F. Keown, Canada bluegrass seed seems to be Africa, by W. J. Lamorat, who was this year, tho United States DeparPeenrlght all the time. Don't lav oft "Well, aho'Il find plenty of men Fordsville. from work for days by taking calomei tment of Agriculture treated 69,710 extremely sensitive to a number of sent to the United States to study tho who would rather sign a dance pro- Surveyor C. S. Moxloy, Ford8vllt,o keeps yog; acres; 7,079 trees containing 6,672,-49- 0 conditions that affect Its germina- organization of the department's gram than a dinner chock." Doston Representative Ira Jones, White when pleasant Liv- - Vr-Lo- x vu jruua mi, wiiiiuruiievingyourtroUJt board feet were felled and the tion and for that reason the United marketing work. Transcript. Run. k. Safer too, and easy to take. Dotft J anything else. You can't afforj "I have beon most Interested In infested bark containing tho broods States Department of Agrlculturo Is nAIfTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses btsv of destructive beetles removed and trying to d'svelop a mothod for test- tho Isolation of various activities In REPORT MINERS STARVING, Police Judge J, D. Holbrook. em and relieves constipation., A nat. DUE TO liACK OF CARS Mayor W. C. Blankonahlp. "burned. It Is thought that a reduc- ing It that will give uniform results. certain divisions, so that tho differural remedy, natural In its actions, buts. Up to the present time bluegrass seed ent problems such as standardization, In its effect and certain in results. If tion in the Infestation of at least Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. won't bo loner beforo Lexington, Ky., Sept. 27. Reports has been giving seed dealers and market news, cost of production, and SO iter cent will result. will ROOKPOnT completely displace calomel in ever Stnto analysts much trouble. marketing recelvo tho undivided at- of actual starvation among minors of Robert L. Green, Judge. nome.' Children can take it freely aa Tho department, In its attompt to tention of specific workers," said Mr. Kentucky and Tennessee coal Holds, "More than half of the sugar conwith perfect safety. Every bottle guarLee W. Pherson, Marshall, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottletu Won "I am Impressed by the said to have been confirmed by a sumed In the-- United States comes, determine tho fnctors Influencing tho Lamont. Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness and siav! from foreign sources, reports tho germination of Canada bluegrass, tremendous attention you glvo to statement from the district office of W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. Sure of L. K. Grlgsby, For Bale by When you get every (ho United Mlno Workers at Knox- TU. S. Department of Agrlculturo. Of has found a great variation In tho research work. Stllll Mason, Treasurer. vllle, havo been received here. Conditions In the Harlln, Ky., fields nro described as "terrible" by Edward I Reed, union district secretary. Miners have worked but ono day a week since tho settlement of the coal strike, according to tho statement, which blames tho railroads for existing conditions, saying that tho car shortage was responsible for the low production. With tho rallroud companies falling to supply cars for even a day's run a week, tho mines in the Ilnzard and Harlan fields aro practically shut down, with no improvement in sight, according to R. A. Hord, sccfetnry of tho Hazard Coal Operators' Exchange. Mr. Hord said with tho miners working less than ono day a week actual starvation faces ninny. EecMd Succeed when everything el fall. in ucivuuy p.'osirauo'? ui:u ismaie .venknesse they ate the eupninc 5 icmedy, ai thousands have testified. ttcsu..nntt'firTmwa939j ittei MC. j Every Woman Wants t s Zra DIRECTORY FARM DEPARTMENT. CYpt'J.1&S.L:KZ.1) much-advertis- "Peck-to-tho-Ac- ro 9t Mothers use 1 rd ." two-thir- ss freVs Ve5rau&6e FortheCMdrenZ. -- hog-chole- ra m o. YOU. nt 3m GERMINAL REMEDY 2,-0- 65 lo FORGONE MONTH hemor-ihage- Am' fi)i V-VER-- y es nt USE LI e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation, ol ss i ' we ox f Her Rheumatism Has Entirely Disappeared tho four post-w- ar years, says tho 1917-1- 8 re- port, have advanced the total salaries paid from $1,732,880 In to SITUATION IN DARK TOBACCO DISTRICT) s ( t Y Hopklnsvllle, Ky. Oct. 3. Altho VIKWS INTKRKHTINU TO WOMKN tho campaign to organize the Dark 1 As- Tobacco Growers Washington Post Tito soclatlon closed Saturday night, ac-- if O orgia girl who ran off and cording to the original schedule, It 1 married to keep from going to school can not yet bo told whether tho The successful treatment of rheu- plckod the toughost teacher In tho movement has been successful In se--jt matism by taking Tnnlnc In one of world. sign- curing the required the outitandlng feu. tiros of that ro- up of the tobacco acreage of the' iuuial)lo medlcln. Thousands of Topeka Capital Congressman Hlack Patch of Kentucky and Tenn-osspeople everywhere linvo Ustlflod that AIlco llobortson of Oklahoma breaks or not. From" reports at hand, It has brought them coniplsto re- - tho record the first woman to b the outlook la favorable, for the last Jtieff from thin torturous disease Mrs. picked to congress, week especially brought a'largo signfor HI Hick y, of 1313 Mllburn Ave., Miss Robertson, n hard-boile- d up and counties havo goni as high To'edo, Qhlo. taym representative of hor district, as ninety-on- e per cent. "For soven years I vns In a very tloerved her victory and won It on Tho definite rosult will bo known n weak, condition, but my her record. at tho meeting of tho full district wbrst troulilo wns rheumntlum whlcli organization committee to be held was so bad I could hardly walk. Tan-la- c Nashvillo Emma In Hopklnsvllle. Friday, Octobor 6. Tennesseaa built up my whole system' won- Goldman's nbstneo seems to bo greatAt this meeting each county In the derfully nncl 1 hnrdly notice any ly In demand everywhere. district will bo represented and each rhtumntlc pains nuy more; In fact, I will come armed committeeman I havs In years." feel better than Indianapolis Everybody with exact figures as to tho sign Star When the digestive system, liver seems to havo tho Inalienable right up In his county and also as to 'the nad kl(!uuy nro not working proper- to quit work, except mother-Capper- 's total tobacco acreage of his counly, uric acid and other Impurities ty. Without tho complete figures accumulate In the muscles ami joints, Weekly An Eastern girl on both tlteae Items, It can not ho causing rheumatism. Tanlac quick- was almost killed' when tho neckband the required amount ly overcomes this condition by enabl- of hor dress caught on a nail and told whether secured or not. ing Mio vital organs to perform their choked her. Another argument for has been Is not shown, tho If the functions properly. Get a bottle to dresses. has tho right to extend today, at nny good druggist. the tlmo for as much aa thirty days, Toledo Blade Eyebrows art- - no and this would probably bo done Japancso nrtlsts tako along wood longer plucked, In this shavings weave tlutu togethor Into girls havo more but not becauso the under such circumstances. senso. Fashion has event it Is felt that the organization a mat, and then paint pictures upon decided to let eyobrows go to seed. would bo assured, for In each counthem ty intorest Is Bald tot be high, and MOXL'MKNT KRIXTKI) TO favorablo and with a fow In proportion to Its population, MORNING GLORY I, JAI'AX sontlmcnt day more time,, each county chairUrazll shows the greatest consumpsays he could add materially to . tion of coffee. Toklo, Sept. 30. Amateur culti- man opinion Is So his total sign-uMore than CO per cont of the men vators of the Morning Glory have general that the association will bs ,. f students earn at least part of their erected a monument to that flower. a go, even wiouk" ,. H.n. ..nniitrn h "j '"i""" expenses nt tho University of Wis- It was recently unveiled with full the time extension. Buddhist ceremony at the Gulo Tem-pl- o consin. It had been expected that the comat Mita, Shlba, Toklo. The memmittor meeting would be held earlier bers of tho Toklo Morning Glory uvrij cons ykar is In the week than. Friday; but Itwas Ili:ST KUITKII 1'Olt SlIiAOlC Society, who erected the monument, considered very Important that strive to pruduco the largest and Judge Robert W. Bingham. ChairLnxlngton, ICy Oct. 5. Practical- most beautiful flowers, and in do- man of the committee and Instigator tho less ly all Into corn grown In Kentucky ing so have to cut out movement, bo of tho organization past will be promising plants. Tio 'monument present, and he could not come until during tho cummer just better suited for silage- than for any, is their atonement for the killing Friday. So In order to have him other form of feed, according , to of these weaklings. present It was set for that day. FurWayland' Ithoads, beof cattle spethermore, It was realized that in KOKKANS AUE BOUNTEOUS cialist of the College of Agriculture. wouldi bo GIVKUS TO C1IUKC1I WORK every county several days As n result of dry weather experiencrequired to get the reports all In. ed thruout tho state during the corn verify the Response- In church offerings in to check these up and. growing season, the late corn crop and get up an accurate reKorea would put American congre- retires, contains moro stalk than grain, thus gations to shame, missionaries In port. making It especially desirable as siTho committee will meet at 10 country representing tho Doard lage. Any farmer who has a field that Sunday-school- s. Epis- a. m and It Is expected they will ALASKA MAIL TO Methodist of day. of lato corn and an empty silo has copal Church, say. The men rarely be In so&sion for most of the EUROPE BY AIR supply of tho vossibllltles for a full The" Green River District appears earn more than 10 cents a day yet good winter feed forhls cattle. top with about h they glvo of that to tho to be safely over tho coun- Captain Amulndsen, A Pioneer In church. Ono man had no money so 75 per cent signed up. Daviess DEAD MAX OltDKKKI) TO 20,000; I'ostal Service Across Top ho drove his oxen to the church and ty has 13,100 acres out of PAY ALIMONY TO WIFK Of tho "World. 3,050 acres out of gave that. Another man sold his Hancock has Breckinridge has 3,600 acres gave tho money. Many and Ducyrus, 0 Sept. 30. Judgo J. farm Seattle, Wash., Sopt. 30. One of women and girls put all their silver out of 3,750; Ohio has 4,950 acres Wright, of Common Ploas Walter out of 5,800; McLean, has C.100 tho most spectacular chapters' In tho hairpins and rings on the collection postal delivery Court, Issued an ordor for alimony plate. annals of world-wid- e acres out of 7,000. against a dead man. It occttrcd in A great many other counties seem may bo written when Capt. Roald tho dlvorco petition filod by Mrs. to bo safely over, among tho leaders Amundseni, famous Norwegian exMabel Mueller against Arnold Muel being Calloway with 87 per cent; plorer, wings his way across the top FOR FLETCHER'S ler. At tho time the Court decreed Trigg with SO per cent; Graves with of tho world in his proposed attempt that tho defendant must pay $100 18,000 acres; Christian with more to fly aa airplane from the tip of . cash in alimony he was lying dead at than 12,000; Montgomery county;-Tcnn- Alaska to northernmost Europe via Charlie Anything on your hip? his farm homo near Now Washingacres; Hop- tho North Polo. With him in his with over 13.000 Mattye Sure. conton, haying been killed by a bolt of kins with 5,000 acres; Caldwell with monoplane will ride a mall sack i! What la it? Charlies lightning. uauara, taining letters written by Nome resi5,000 acres; Todd. Logan, Mattye A birthmark I McCracken, Marshall, Lyon and oth- dents for delivery to friends In Eu Gr rrrfTr'j)TY7?nngiiinirjggi"nirpTT'V er counties, having their minimum rope. Vwf Dili I'll lift you my Ctrl !s betnot If weather conditions had and possibly more. A number of BIBLE THOUGHTS ter looking than yours. counties haven't yet sent In even forced a postponement of the flight mm For This Week Dick How much will you bst? tentative reports, so there is noth- until next yoar, thes:. letters might Citric TJuHiahU meroorfitd, wDl pror Dili Twen'y cants. ing tangible on which to base an have reached their destination a pnevtcu neniigi loaiicrya. ' week ahead of the tlmo required to AgJiiniiri3rz3inniiiOTmiciCT7 estimate. oa par Pollceman (to tramp ButsFriday tho flguros will be to- make .delivery by thS established Hey, there! you can't sloop bench) taled and announced to the fraction routes. As it is, arriving perhaps The Lord Is thy THY KEEPER: hero. mort than a year later, they will upof an acre. keeper: the Lord Is thy shade Tramp I know 1 can't with you have n priceless value to their reon thy right hand. Psalm 121:5. making all that tu-s- . A woman went Into a cigar store cipients, who will doubtless follow HOW TO CONQUER AN ENEto buy some cigars for her husband, tho affairs of their explorer-postma- n MY: man's ways pleasa When a Oreat excitement was caused reup. "Do you want with Intensified Interest. tho Lord, he maketh even his ene- cently In Japan when the government who was laid According to a report by Postmasthem mild or strong, madam?" the mies to bo at peace with him. telephone department Installed teleclerk asked. ter Walsh of Nome- to local postal ofProverbs 1:67. phones for $50 people who had made "QIvo me tho strongest you havo," ficials, tho letters wero w'ritten when WhatsoTHE GOLDEN RULE: application for them in 1907. she said. , "Tho last ones ho had Captain Amundsen was about to de. ever ye would that men should do o part from the mining camp on his Day Dreamer What a perfectly broke in his pocket. to you, do yo oven so to them; fo7 t way to Walnwrlght, 100 miles southIdeal country America would bo unprophets. this Is tho law and tho Doctor Now you see what conies west of Point Barrow, where ho will der soviet rule! Matt. 7:12. of eating green apples when your winter awaiting favorable conditions Impractical WIfU Yes, dear, but Walt on WAIT PATIENTLY: mother told you not to. for his proposed flight. tho Lord: bo of good cournga. and who would foed us then? Life. Hoy I didn't oat 'onv cos I liked he shnll strengthen thlna heart: I ate 'em to find out whyvshe 'em, The United"" States paid Frrmco wait, I say, on the Lord. Psalm 27: told me not to. Life. "BAMBONE'SJEDITATIONS $lG,noo,000 for the State qt Louisia14. : 4 na. A SURE DWELLING PLACE: , "What would yoii call a man who o A MIGHTY PAHSON IS Trust In the Lord and do good; so hid behind a woman's skirts? "That young "man stays to an unFINE PREACHER, CEPN and, ahalt thou dwoll In tho land, "A magician," earthly hour every night, Gladys, verily thou shalt bo fed. Psalm 37: HE EXPOUNDS ON DE. said an Irate father to his youngest Sao To Is hummock Is Ideal. 3 daughter. "What doos your mother TABLE SO HAHD WfD HeYes? THE HIGH CALLING: Ho yo saj about it?" HE FIS' A MAN JES It's largo enough for She Yes. therefore porfect oven as your Fath"Well, dad,v Gladys replied qs she one and strong enough for two. er which Ih In heaven Is perfect. CAINT TAKE A NA? turned to go upstairs, "she says that Tiger. Matthew 5:4S. men haven't changed a btt." Ho that MEROY ASSURED: kind old gqntlemdn met his Tho "Help!" Help!" crlid a young man his sins shall not proper; but friend, little Wlllio, one very hot day. who had caressly fallen Into the ami forsaketh whoso couftsaoth Willie," he exclaimed. water. "ir,5llo, them' shall havo mercy. Provorba "And how is your dear old grandpa "Well, I shoud say it's a mighty 28:13. standing the boat?" good tlmo to learn," replied a burly "Ain't hoard yet," said Willie. seaman as he relighted his pipe, M. M. CHURCH RECOUPS "He's only been' dead a weok." ma auowTH is oaxada Tar llaby, Jones Heaven blcas him! He Membership showedi confidence In me when the S Jit. 30, Toronto, Mrs. Grameroy It soema to me c'louda woro dark and threatening. In the Methodist Church in Cunada your husband gives you everything Roblnsou In what way? past four year has Increased in the ho can afford. Jouos--H- e lont mo an umbrella, from 388.219 to 400,933, according Mrs. Spondall That's why I feel o to a quadronnlal report niado at Iho My heart la "Aa Jud Lopp's wlfo stopped out so wretched, dear. opening of tho Mothodst Guuoi.U of tho front door yesterday to fling Just set on tho things ho can't Conference, today. Increases Of salaway the dishwater,'! related a resi York Sun. Copyright. Hl try HcQur Niptp JSjntfKju, la Canada during xtrles to ministers two-thirds $2,r7r,801 In 1921-2- 2. j GALLON US od two-fls'.e- d, run-flow- are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, We For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. two-thir- low-neck- com-mltte- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Aa, HT STOCK. If You 'g have something to SELL or to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE any-thm- p. HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. this Hartford Printing Company .. INCORPORATED - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Straddle Ridge, ia the have, a husband outside and he's "she stumbled off'm the porch rather restlvo too. Punch. and broke her right arm in two pladent of ono-tcnt- ces." "That's mighty bad!" com'mented an acquaintance. "Are you a good cook? "Yes, ma'am. I go to church every Sunday." : 3,-4- Children Ory CASTOR 'A m , - Caller Sally, what time do your the milking for Lord knows how ; folks dine? V. long!" Country Gentlemen. Sally--Sooaa you're gionef' Cutting (the barber) Just' trim That's missus's orders. I remember the ends, I suppose? Knicker How in the name of the. you said your bride liked to toy with seven wonders of the world do yoa . your crisp curls. Thr.l manage to hang on so long to the Cullom (newly wedded) Clip sam'e cook? was before we were married. Bocker She's a golf fiend, and close to the scalp so she can't get it my wife and she play every day to a grip oh It. London Answers. see whose day off it is. Houston; Doorkeoper Post. What's tho y discussion about? ' THE SERVANT PROBLEM They're debating on tho Senate!" Mrs. Transit You'll like to wort best means of shortening the here. You'll be treated as an equal. Houston Post. The New Cook You'd bettor keep She I'll never trust any man In your place ma'am. I won't tolerato-n- o familiarity. Success. the dark. He It's a cinch you have nothing GUlinghaml I hear that Cullom to fear In the day time. Phoenix. is going to Boston by water on hlr First Lady (in village shop, speak- honeymoon. , ing to another 'patron) Would you Pain Yes, but wouldn't you thlnlc mind If I made my small purchase It would spoil tho trip it ho should k first? . We have a horso outside and get the first night on the ho wont'keep quiet. water?' , Certainly; but you Second Lady Gllllngham Oh, he's going to I spend the first night Iji Baltimore.- won't bo very long, will you? n long-wlnded i sea-sic- "It shore is! Jud will have to do .i ft.fi.4 'MlMi'HiHil fi . , rtaJBWiCatamiCatali "Our Family Medicine" WILL WRITE you in regard JL to ht liver medicine, as I have been using it more than IS years," says a letter from Alf. S. F. Mintz, of R. F. D. 2, Leland, N. C. "1 keep it in my home all the time, for it is mostly our family medicine. When we begin to feel feverish or sluggish, with trouble from the liver or stomach, wc take a dose of Thedford's and the trouble is soon over. 1 mostly buy a dollar package at a time, and it has saved me many a bill." ht is a Thedford's Black-DraugBlack-Draught Black-Draug- "T , cov-ere- tb purely vegetable remedy, acting on the liver, stomach and bowels. It is made from selected herbs and roots, and contains no calomel or oilier mineral drugs. It lias been found of great value, in indigestion, stomach trouble, sick headache, constipation, and lazy liver, helping to relieve the symptoms caused by these troubles, and to put the digestive svstem into proper working order. ht Get a package of liver medicine from your druggist or dealer, today. Be sure to get the genuine Thedford's. Black-Draug- - IHBHHMaHnMBH Thedford's BLACK-DRAUGA HT Purely Vegetable Liver MetXcioi i - - - .2S'W - l'Wr:ft'.STis-,''r-ii- . &u..Mjl s J. TICHENOR a McHENRY, KENTUCKY BEGINNING Saturday, October 7, 192 Autumn has come, and with it the handsomest, most captivating models ever shown in Fall Apparel for Women The new dresses, suits and coats for the coming season represent all that is stylish and desirable.. Dame Fashion has also kept a lucky eye to the many' other needs fr Autumn. Her array of beautiful silks in the seasn's loveliest tints and handsomest weaves; her contribution of the finest wools in plenty of nobby patterns, have all come under, th e sway of her artistic fingers. THE SIGNIFICANCE OK Our fall Millinery and will delight you. - full of the latest and snappiest for the The Junior Departments are brimEvery section of our store radiates Fall's choicest offerings. youngsters. We invite you to pay us a visit we have a showing that will please and ' interest you. Foot-AVear AsA - Pretty Blouses IS EVIDENCED IN Olll NEW MODELS KOK FALL Cropc de Cbino over blouses mado with round, squar3 and Peter Pan necks, attractively embroidered. In s, all the newest shades such as Barbeny, Muffin, together with navy and many other pretty colors $3.50 to $0.50 .Georgette blousos in tho most fetching models, beaded, embroidered or 'efcombined with laco in two-ton- e fects. Tie back. All the now est shades $4.50 to $7.00 Mar-gojl- Autumn's Legacy of Beautiful Ma terials for Fall. SILKS SlLK Tho season's newest brown of- fering in silk; 26' inches wide, in navy, black, and other shades $1.50, $1.75 and $2.00 CANTON CUEPE tie CHINE h, U eft CHEPE de CHINES 40 Inches wide, lovely quality, handsome shades: navy, gray, taupe, tan, old rose, brown, black and others $2.00 SATIN FACED CHEPES handsome quality, Black, brown and blue $2.75 to $11.50 KIMONA ' Oriental SILK h, h, black, beautiful quality In navy, bluo and ' all $3.50 es sport shades 1 ' Millinery This department has always held tho distinction of lending In this locality. All purchases are mado and their showing promises to us our best season. Style and Originality are featured hero and the prices are always ploaslng to pur customers and visitors. These features together with satisfaction from each department aro our greatest assets. To bo right as to stylo and fair to yourself as to price you must visit every department In ourstoro for your pur- -; chases. Tailored Blouses Our lino of tailored blouses will Interest you. Collars and cuffs beautifully tailored plain, tucked, bound or frilled $1.50 to '3.50 wide, MESSALINE in all the popular shades, brown, navy, black, copeit! red, jade, green, and oranga ...$1.00 to $:U)0 In on figured designs bluo, rose and lavender grounds .v. $1.75 Super Apparel for Men Trousers In a wlcls variety of materials. Wtt ? Y -- I Men's Shirts Wo havo a showing of Men's neckband models, stripes, checks and plains. Excellent workmanship. Sizes: 14 to Mado to soil at $1.00 to $1.50 HUGHS brand-new SlIIItTS $4 to $7.50 Trousers1 Style Creations Unparalleled For Beauty. Fall has been most generousIn the diversity of lovely styles for women and misses. Tho wrappy coats with their soft attractive lines, tho now suits In their varied styles and Autumn's contribution of jlresses unequalled for beauty of material and lino, make this soaPonVgalaxy of handsome apparel tho most delightful ever presented. - for all wear, made of fancy cassimercs, cheviots, worsteds, flannels; and blue and black serge large assortment of patterns. SHIRTS Dress shirt of printed madras in stripes, chocks and plain. Sizes 12 to 14 75c (K$1.75 HOYS' 17. SlIIItTS Collar and soft made TIES All tho now styles which tho markets offor at pop. ular prices. French cuff attached, for men, made of best quality, woven yarns,, printod madras and standard count percales in stripes, clucks, staple patterns , ,' and plains $1.00 to $3.00 Mwrn silk jersey hloomeus and p'ettibockeks Dloomer mado of good weight Trlco Jersey with garter knee; special reinforced crotch. Excellent value. All bright shades i. and navy .$1.25 to Coats $7 to $97.50 Frocks $8 to $35.00 a ifA Suits $19.75 to$44.75 - Novelty Wool Hose For Fall You will bo Interested ' In tho now numbers In wool, and silk and wool novelty hose for your Fall footwear. Ladies' two-tonnovlty wool huso, &a a in back. Coraos In the latest combinations: brown and sllvor, brown and bluo, silver nnd e, Am ir ' Y Pottybocker of beautiful quality imported Milanese Jorsoy. ,ln all tho wanted light and dark uud navy $1.25 to $1.00 hi I Handsome models made of cloths of thq Bolivia 'family and Velvottas such as tho Lustrolos, now Hovellas, Snrossas, Normandys, and nil the wanted Mar-vollett- as pmw . various othor striking combinations New $1.65 Latest Arrivals in SHMHf All Sponged unci wldo, nnd rod SKKOK In Showing in Footwear If ' v- Wool Storm black Shrunk, 75c, $1.00, $1.25 navy, brown, WOOL OHEPE All wool, flno quality; 42 Inchos wide. All tho latest shadoa .. .1 $2.25 All Wool Froncli, 40 Inches wide. Mxcollont quality. and black Colors: Navy, brown $1.50 to $3.75 I'OIKKT TAVlLLK-i-- 54 wldo. fine quality In , navy, and brown i . . inchs . . $:i.75 This department 1m owned and managed 1y Conrad Tlclionoi' and has just beou received from our best shoo conlcrs which Insures the latest and at prices which ploaso. Duster Drown for boys and girls and Florshelm for men means satisfaction and cash to ovorybody In- -, bures tlu lowest prjees to bu. had. Till dopartmout asks an Inspection, of 'prlcos and stylo, materials strikingly (rim- med with Opossum, skunk and caracul. Sizes 14 to 20. Dame Fashion has been most liberal in her varinnco of stylo and materials for frocks this season. Polret twills, Trlcotines, French Serges and other wool cloths with braid and embroidery trims. Canton Crep.-- s, Satins. Crcpo do Chlnoa are all represented. Mndo of Trlcotines, Polret Twills, fine Velours, Velvt-ta- a and kindred cloths. Tailored and dress mfodols sonio plain, others heavily ombroldored and button trimmed, to say nothing of latoBt tho croatlon tho Russian blouse suit. Sizes 14 to 20 ' stj ;