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The Hartford republican: October 13, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922101301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 13, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV TIME EXTENDED FOR DARK TOBACCO Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County, Subscription $1.50 per 13, 1922. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, 6, nt tho Methodist Parsonage, Madl-souvlllo, FRIDAY, OCTOBER NUMBER Iff. the Pastor officiating The wedding was a quiet affair only he POOL slaters ot lha groom nod BJMEY ASSOCIATION n few close friends of tho brldo being present. Tho couplo motafoil to Hurtford. where thny visited rolntlvc's for n Mid-nigh- t, Oct. 28 Marks short time, returning to Mndlsqnvillo 54,000,000 Pounds Sold At Prices Fixed By The whero I hoy will reside. Final Close of Last .'Mrs. Plrtlo Is held In high esteem Organization. Big Effort liyj her ninny frlouda In her home town und Is lovtd by all who know hnr. Mr. Plrtlo Is woll known hore, The Hurley Tobacco Growers Coj, HopkliiHVllle. Ky.. Oct. 10. The this being hln hoi no, until the Inst operative Association, through its Tofnw years. He la nlso held In high authorized officials closed n deal campaign to organize tho Dark the esteem by many friends. bacco Orowor first of this week by which 54,000,-00- 0 of Kentucky ami Tennossco pounds, almost the entire holdhomeitrotch. Mid- YOUR liAST OPPORTUNITY is now Jn tho ing ot the association was sold to TO SIGN THE I'LEIHJE night of Saturdny, October7 2Sth Is Tobacco Co. tho it. J. Reynolds absolutely tho lat inlnuto for signWhile the prlco for which the "weed ltrrniiHo of (ho fjict that somo of ing contracts, and growers who hnvq was sold has not beeji made public, not Joined by that time positively tho roiiiitJcM of Western Kentucky it is stated that It was satisfactory Will not be given another chnnco to nnd Tennessee linil not Imh'ii properly Just what nipuili'l, tin time for xigiiln;; nnd the leaf. tho association asked pool tho 1922 crop. tor r, pledged has been extended to Furthermore, If the required This Is undoubtedly the largest Oct. 2HHi. 'Jlils will bo of the tntnl acreage ot tho disHalo of tobacco ever recorded and will Inno tho Inst day trict is not plcdRMl by that time, the mean tho cap shoaf of the organizawill not bo organised and llin opiHii (unity (if hlgnln;. association tion's success 'is finally laid. As thiTo nro a few wet ion of tho movement will bo dropped. This o according to tho contract and al- Ohio County which Mere not projtcr-l- y Is WAR!) MARSHALL of nl. I'd nnd thrro nro ninny who iu so according ,to tho statement ( Mgii, thoflc luny lo ho by Judg Robert W. Bingham, Insti- ilfMrv A protty wedding was solemnized coh lollies pldlcs und roikIIiik nie In gator and financial banker of tho tho home of tho bride's paronts, associations In witlilii (lie extended time. operative mark-tin- g Mrs. D. E. Ward, of riocraok, Js no doubt about the sne-re- Mr. and There Kentucky, who Raid. "If w0 don't put October 11, whon tholr daughter, of the pool, lint ou should nlgn it ovur this time. It won't be put Clarice, was united In marriage to nnd help iimlto (ho orgmiljition 100 over. P. F. Marshall, only son ot Mr. and hImiw tho These wore tho chief action taken per cent perfect ns well ils Mrs. A. Marshall, of Detroit, Mich. hero last wo:k at tho mooting of tho not Id ou nro not a slacker. Tho brldo was gowned In a white T. H. BLACK, Ch'ni'n., Committee. district Organization satin charmeuso fashioned ftor a Hartford, Ky. There wore otN least two hundred plain pattern. Tho veil was white conimltteo nfon preain', representsilk Illusion. Aftor tho ceremony ing noarly every county In Uio dis- BITS OF ROMANCES jho woro a. midnight blue coat suit trict, HobertBon county, Tenn. sendblue IN EVERYDAY LIFE heavily beaded, and a dark pleturo Those men displayed a ing thlrt volvet with pearl gray illk Uop oarneutnesa nnd determination hat. through. Odd and Curious Notes in lMlly t., put the organization Tho groom woro a dark blue suit. I'nvM Kvcrjwhi;re. Hut they also tnld most emphn'lcal-J- y Immediately utter the ceremony that thoy did not proposo to dewhich was performed by Rev. It. D. (Capital Washington. Oct. 12. clare it an organlzat'on unless thoro Bennett, who is a relative of tho Insurance of tho tobac- Nows Sorvico). Swiss was at least bride, the couplo loft for Detroit co signed up. In this they were companies have Increased tholr rates whero they will bo at homo at 1632 joined by Judgo Bingham and Joseph oil4 women risks as much as 15 per Parkview Avenue. cant. Tho reason given is that short Tassonneau, organization director. Miss Ward is loved by hor many reports showed a total sign- skirts, high heels, and low necka In- friends In her homo vicinity and alTho up of 189.9G0 acres in tho district crease tho likllhood of n "woman fall- so by her friends of the "Wolverina out of approximately 313,500 acres ing and hurting herself or catching State" where alio has been a clerk plantod, giving sixty per cent signed. pneumonia. In the mailing division at the Main Michigan had a law which proThis Is regarded as n fine showing. Post office, at Detroit, for the last But It Is all the greater Incentive hibited an unnaturalized citizen from tour yoars. It Is her disposition to now for more vigorous offort In each possessing firearms. Tho Stato Su- niako friends wherever nhe goes. county than has over been put forth premo Court said It was unconstituMr. Marshall is held in high l)6foro. The Issuo of tho success or tional nnvtho ground that it was not by his many friends and esis put right to glvo a skunk stronger weap- pecially by tho Chcvrolot Motor Co. failure of tho association squarely up to tho growers, and" tho ons against its enemies than a farm- whero ho is stock clerk at present. er might possoss against hawks und Ho served in tho World War. dead lino' Is set. S ' Alroady tho drive 1b holm? prose- foxes who steal chickens. A Sioux City. Iowa, policeman had cuted undor Increased pressure and WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS all through tho district nothing will a great deal ot trouble with a certain r, whom ho arrested bo left undono to sign every acre girl Tho Woman's Club hold Its regutho confident expsc-tatlo- n and "warned tlmo and r.galn. Find- lar session with Mrs. J. H. B. Carpossible For now Is that tho association will ing his rimonstrancos of no avail, the son, Saturday afternoon. The chief not merely bq tquoezed over tho min- officer married hor to reform her. feature of tho meeting was a sketch Speeding Is said to be on tho a but tho sign-u- p imum of of tho life of Charles Dickens, the on the beats ot marriageable seventy psr cent will roach at least reading and discussion of a number pollcomon In Sioux City. and probably be even greater. of tho Author's works. The Club will . , Is back Judgo Uobcrt V Bingham moot with Mrs. Rowan Holbrook toGRIEVES AVILLIAMS In the district this week speaklug at morrow afternoon, Morsanflold on Wednesday; at Dixon . Tho Republican Is In receipt of on Thursday; at Marlon on Friday; MRS. MAGGIE JOHNSTON announcement of tho marriage-- of and nt Prlncton on Saturday. spoko at Marlon Miss Ethel Coverdale Grieves to Mr. It. E Cooper Mrs. Maggie Johnston, nged 30 Thursday, Friday and Sat- John Jay Williams. Tho wedding years, 5 months and 17 days, wife of atonday. urday or this week be Is scheduled took place In Smyrna, Dolaware, on Mr. C. C. Johnston, died' at their tho 7th. last. home-ne- ar for Weakley county, Tennessoo. Ileech Valley, Tuesday, The groom Is tho youngest son October 12, of a complication of ailCon Craig of Padurali, spoko twice in Livingston county Tuesday. W. J.- of the late Mr. nnd Mrs. Gross Ji. ments, Mrs. Johnston was, before Garnett of Hopklnsvlllo spohj in Williams, of Hnrtford. The young hor marrluge.' Miss Maggie Harnott ttinn. who was a meie lad whou ho nnd was born and reared in Letcher Henderson county Monday Robert Scott of.Paducah and C. E. loft this place after tho death of his County, Ky. She was a member of Presbyterian Inrvln of Fayetto county are In Hen- paronts, has made good and holds a tho Cumberland lucrative position with a prominent Church, Funeral siivlcos were conry county, Tonuosseo, this week. This la Just, a boginnlng of tho conesi u In j Doluwaro. ducted hy the Rev L. E. Wilcox, nt -- oapcakrrs that aro to bo brought Into Mn;an and the remains Interred at Iho district Thoro Is hardly u coun- RADIO INSTALLED IN that place Wednesday ufternoon at LOCAL HIGH SCJHOOL ty but what will bo campaigned with 2 o'clock. speakers and workers and dntes will Besides her husband tho decjased Citizens of Hurtford have Is survived by 5 sons, runglng In age bo annouiicod almost dally, as men to a fund for procuring a uro secured and usalgned. from 3 to 12 yours, also her parents, set to be operated at the High llvo bmthdrs'and ono slstor. county Is not to wait for Hut each The outfit has o outsld help. Jt is to go ahead with School building. In evMARRIAGE LICENSES itti own workers and counties which boon received and Is first class respect, being a $'400.00 outfit. RECENTLY ISSUED have already gotteu in good shape uro, ery Due to recent bud weather, Installing oxpoetcd to lielp out their neighbors Dewey Young, McIIonry, to Berwho haven't progressed bo woll. This ot the outfit has been retarded, but days this Com- tha Hondy, McIIonry. Tiroved very erfectlvo In tho Hurley within tho next few as to Fred Heath, Horse Branch, district lust year and Is to bo tried munity may enjoy listening In onuny Unicj Renu Royal, Ilorso Branch, here. Alroady 'it has boon tried fine a radio as can bo found out P. F. Marshall, Detroit, Mich., to to some extent In tho, dark district whore. Prof. W. I Rhoads will oporato the, machine, Clarico Ward, Hartford, Route 3. with fine results, und ulwns -i . For every mlnuta must bo mado to A CORRECTION GOOD STOCK FARM FOR SALE big la tho loss than throo count I weeks yet remaining' of tho tlmo. But 510 acres f on Rough Greek, 90 Wo nro In receipt of a communicounty reportB scutlment very over cation from Mr. C. 1. Bean of Ola-to- acres flno bottom land. Good favorabls und Increasingly so, nnd In which ho states that the re- house, 2 good tenant houses, 2 toprospects nro that the association port as given In a nows letter from bacco barns, 2 feed stables and plenwill go over big. Oluton, published in tho lust issuo of ty of other bulldtuK. 2 cisterns nnd A the Republican as to his mafrlagu ono flno well. For salo ghoap, If f WILMAMS-rPlRT- LN in Louisville during State Fair week sold at onco. See MISS CORAJ.. WHITTINGHILL, was erroneous.. We gludy make tho Mm. Nettle WflllaniB and Mr. Ira Glen Dean, Ky 10t2 Oct., corrscttou. Pirtle wore united in marriage A,sso-elation two-thirds wld-lifKh- F. Ronder, J; Rowan Greer, S; RichPRECINCT ELECTION MUDANIA PROTOCOL ard Baker,' C. OFFICERS APPOINTED Sotith Fordsville W. H. Parks, J; SIGNED BY POWEiS Shelby Ford. .1; D. N. Howard, S; MAKES MAMMOTH SALE Tho County Election Commission-er- g recont'ly nppolnted tho following regttlnr election officers to servo during tho ensuing year. East Hartford E. P. Barnnrd, J.; Losllp Combs; J; W. D. Morris, S; C. . Crowe, C. West Hartford S. T. Barnett, J; J. E. Bean, J; Elijah Robertson, S; R. It. Riley, C." Bedc HIner Humphrey, J; Estll Bonnet,t. J; O. It. TInsley, S; Dudley T. Smith, C. South Roslne B. H. Morris, J; R. H. Rains, J; Will Monroe, S; Miss May iiii Crqwder, C. South Centertown C. S. Rowc, J; H. B. Bean, J; M.J). Hefllii, SJ Edgar (Calvert, C. - John Turks Accept Armistice Agreed On By AH Powers The armistice convention was alga ' tonight at 11 o'clock. Reprcsea tatlvcs of all tho powers concerned afflxod their signatures to tho revised protocol, which aenoral Harinp-t- on hod presented for acceptance to Ismct Pasha and which tho Nationalist dclcgato forwarded to tho Angora Government for its decision. General Harlngton had infonnei Ismet Pasha that tho convention embodied Great Britain's last word andi. that tho other powors gave support to tho terms. Turks Disappointed. The Turkish delegates woro Home what dismayed and disappointed over the turn of events In tho past two-da- ys. The new attltudo taken aftor tho Paris ennforoncor puzzled them and thoy woro amazed-th- at French friondship on which the counted as a main prop did not yield the results thoy expected. At tho session Monday night Iain et Pa3ha expressed dissatisfaction, at the. terms tho Allies offored. ne said to Ccncral Harlngton: "But your armistico convention Iain contradiction to the assurances, given to mo by General Charpy. Tha convention, instead of paving for peace, only makes matters worse." Blames Franco y General Harington roplled: "Gento tho eral Charny has assented ed th-uay mot BOAT MAKES FIRST TRIP TO KVAXSVILLE Wistertiold. C. Sulphur Springs J; R. W. Johnston, H. C. Acton, J; Ab Westorfleld, S; Mrs. Ireno Duff, C. Magnn J. H. Helton, J; J. C. n, J; C. D. Taul, S; Roscoo Hardin, C. Ma-ga- ju two-thir- m Cromwell Silas Stevens, J; Iko Cooper, J; Warren Taylor, S; J. D. Taylor, C. Cool Springs Jas. L. Moore, J; J. N. Berryman, J; Q. M. Benton, S; II. Whltescarver, C. North Rockport J. T. Carter, J; Sam Robertson, J; J. L. Brown, S; E. C. Woodburn, C. South Rockport Mack Hondrix, J; Clarence Hodge, J; Ray Herrel, S; Jas. S. Danks, C. Selectl E. B. Flnley, J; C. W. Ranney. J; Virgil Drake, S; Everett Langford, C M. II. Crowdcr, J; Horse Rianch Jack Walker. J; G. J. Christian, S; G. J. Hoover, C. . North Roslue Tom Crowdcr, J; T. A. Ragland, J; Andrew Alford, S; L. L. Embry, C. x Eaat Beavor Dam Bsn Held, J; Will b". Taylor, J; J. D. Blankonship, S; Ellis Smith, C. We3t Beaver Dam Luther Render. I; Jas. Barnes, J; Otho Dexter, S; J. Morton Wlllasns, C. , McHenry Sam James, J; E. F. Render. J, W. C. Smltjj, S; Oscar Hold, O. Herbert RenNorth Centertown der, J; II. A. Ashby, J; Alvln'Ross, S; L. D. Jackson, C. C. T. Klttinger, J; W. Smallhous M. Addington, J; A. ET Franco, S; Ross Morton, C. East Fordsville C. W. Wedding, r Ira Hale, J; R. I. Miller, S; Mlas Tho Rough River Scout( a small boat recently completed and owned by Dowden Estes of this city, recent ly made her Initial voyago to Evans- vllle, where It wa3 Inspected nnd approved by tho authorities having supervision of river craft Th6 boat carried considerable amount of mixed freight for local peoplo on her return to this port. Mr. Estes will use the boat during the next few months In towing coal from a mlno bolow town to the Ellis Ice Company, at this place. , RENFROW HL'TLKI! " Tho marriage ot Miss Grace Renfrow to Mr. Charles Butler took place Thursday morning oC last week, at Settle Memorial M E. Church, Tho Pastor, Rev. C. C. Gregory, performed the nuptial ceremony. In the presonco ot tho Immediate friends and relatlvos of the young couple. Mr. and Mrs. Butler left immediately aftor tho ceremony for Washington, D. C. and othor points. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Renfrow ot Owonoboro, but recently of Narrows. Sha is popular, cultured and a successful teacher of the Oensboro city schools. The bridegroom Is a son of the late Thornas Butler aid Mrs. terms." Aftor tho formal proceedings, la-Butler and a popular young business In a conversation on the. rccnr-rlu- g man and farmer ot tho Puttiesville subject of Franco's promises., country; 1 said: LOUISITLLK MARKETS large supply Cattle MUMvcek and ..quality mixed; mostly medium and common offerings. Trade ex tremely slow and only tho strictly cholco kinds sold steady with first of the week. Best light butchers found a light call; medium and plainer heifers dull and hard to sell at weak prices. The best heavy cows about steady; medium cows. dull; canuers and cutters, active at $2.50 ff 3. Bulls about steady; top $3.75 Q 4, and occasional sale high er. Good quality stockors and feeders continue to find a good outlet and full steady prices, but medium and plainer kinds aro plentiful and extremely slow sale: common stockors especially draggy. Milk cow trade slow and uneven. Some In quiry noted for tho best heavy steers, medium and in between steers neg lected. Calves Market 50c higher on best veala at 59.50 down;medium and common calves continue slow sale from $25.50. Ee3t weighty calves are not bringing top prices. Hogs Market steady on nil grades lights and pigs, which sold 25c lowor Top hogs, 200 pounds up $9.5"0; 1C5 to 200 pounds $9.25; 120 to 160 .pounds ?8.75; pigs, 120 pounds down, $3.25; throwouts, $7.50 down. Sheep and Lambs Supply light and- - few changes noted in values. Bost lambs $12 down; second, $7 S; best fat light sheOp, $4,50 down; heavy sheep, $3 down; bucks $2.50 - J-- Abblo K. L. Whtttinghill, C. West Fordsvillo It. O. W. T. Keown, J; Knott, J; Jeff Whtttinghill, S; auto-spocd:- two-thlrd- Neol. C. Aetnavllle J. A. Bellamy, J; J. J. Miller. J; Will Haynes. S; Wilbur Phillips, C. Sam Bennett. J; John Shrevo Roblnsoit. J; Ira Whlttlnghlll, S; Oscnr Petty, C. Olaton K. C. Byers, J; Henry Fe lix, J; Hayden Hert, S; M. S. Patter son, C. Buford-r-C. Balrd, J; Simon WIgginton, J; C. D. Hudson. S; O. C. Magan. C, Dartletts Ed Danlol. J;Ben W, Taylor. J; J. R. Woller, S; Roy Mitchell, C. Hcflln T. D. Owen, J; A. V. Row- nn, J; U. S. Condlt, S; J. W. Foster, E. suggestion, oporattom against tho Greeks, Franco promising us favorable armistico terms. France's responsibility therefore, 1; considerable. "If no agreement Is reached oar army will Insist, on marching Into. Thrace but every day's dolay Caused by our rellanco on favorable ardlminlshss mistice promises advantage.1' "It was on France's that our army ceased oar-militar- y C. i Ceralvo HelBley. S. P. Moore, J; J? Alvls Fulkrsou, D. R. S; J. H. ' sub-scrlb- jd ta-d- ln Wood. C. Joe Everley, J; Point Pleasant J N Nail, J.; Watt Taylor, S; A.B. Tlohenor, C. . Narrows J. T. Petty, J; J. Renfrow, Ji Lon Phillips; S; C. C. Carter, C. Ralph rj. A. Groor. J; J. L. Pat- ton, J; John Raymond, S; D. D. Moseley. C. Prentiss O. E. Scott. J; John Cooper. J; Odie Burgess, S; Moscow Taylor. C. Herbert Graut Mldklff, J; J. B. Bruiser, J; Abo Howe, S; L. J. Taylor. C. Arnold C. W. Arnold, J; O. W. Howell. J; J. W. Arnold, S; J. O. Albln. C. Render--MJltQ- U Park. J; John n. m Stewart, J;t Chcstor Loney, S; Claud Myers, C. Day, J; J. I'. Simmons- - Lon Southurd, J; Harrison Crowe. S; O. T. TInsley, C. North (HarlfordE. O. Harrass, J; Hooker Williams. J; C. P. Koown, S; Sam Ellis, C. J; Suuuydalo C. W. Wlm&att, Albert Cox J; A'tnon Duka, S; J. T. Davis, O. -- Poiid Hoi's. Run J. 11. MllCi. J; A. H. J; James Russell, fi; Norton Hunley. & Tajlor Mines J. P. Paxton, J; E. Tcruis of Protocol. Loudon, Oct. 19. After doIaj and Interruptions, tho work of tho Mudania Conference roached a concluding point yesterday with tho to Ismet Pasha, Nationalist representative, for acceptanco of tho: protocol agreed 4to by all tho AIllcs days. aims within forty-flv- a Tho convention of fourteon clauses Is drawn on liberay linos, showing1 which, as General Harlngton described It, would give to tho Truks their-btron- g traces of French Influence on. the side of tho Kemallsts. Under It, tho Groeks will ovacuatur Eastern Trace within fifty days and complete" tho transfer to tho Turks. In an additional, month. The Turkish, civil administration will follow closely on tho heels of tfca Grreks, tho transfer being under tho supervision of the Allied missions and Allied occupying: provlsionnlly forces Thrace, not exceeding seven battalions. The nunibor of Turkish Geudnrmerlo there during tho Interval la left undefined to tho discretion ot the Kemallits, subject to Al3 lied approval. t Butter, Eku- and Poultry. The Turks, on their side, under' Buying prices net to jshlpper.. the take not to place an urmy In Thraco shipper paying freight and drayago until pjaco Is ratified, whllo note charges are: neutral zones will bo defined bv- fixpacking stock ed cominisslon&, Butter Couutry ' 19c lb. Eggs Candled, firsts 33c dozon; CHAPTERNMASONS HOLD soconds 23c. ENJOYABLE CONVOCATION Poultry Hens 16C 17c lb.; spring chickens tyrgo 15c; small 20c; roostKoyhtouo Chupter No. 110, It. A. ers 7c; ducks lDo; goese 13 dp ,14c; M held an Interesting and enjo- yturkeys No. 1 33c; gu'lneas, old 25c table meeting Tuesday night ot the- oach. young guineas XVi to 2 lbs. present wetk. Tbo inombaro were 50c each, served an appreciated luncheon at. i "Hog's" restaimuit ut 6:30, after Grain. buying which n business session was held npproxlmato Current prices, carload lots, quoted Jiy mills and following that tho Mark Mister's degre was conferred upon two canarer ' Wheat No., 2 rod, $1.17 bu. wag-o- n didates, By spoclal order the Chupter to wheat 3c bu. loss. Corn No. 2 whito 74c; No. 2 yel- have it special hmsIou Saturday nljjS: October 28th. for tho nurpoia o? low 74c; No. 2 mixed 74c. Oats No. 3 white 45 &c; No, conferring tho Mark, Past and Most 3 white 4Gc. Excellent Master's decree. - &rik--L--- - 1L- - i J&&toL V- - ., -- d t .. i own), hot th heroine of the story RUSSIA PLAN TO . When hor master acted SAVE OIL WEALTH was able to get out to discover what -. .....a Imrnmn nf thnin nil. wlint illfl .vuiaw w ........ Why should all tho great asata of ho findT Ho found that she, the ffovriiuncnt Regulation Will Preclude All Wakeful fanning In tho United States bo Jjullt truo mother, had. gathered tho nine Beielopmt'iit. together, and was iipon a foundation of private capital, tiny creatures conducted as cooperative or as 'standing over them. Thsy were all or , Moscow, Oct. 7. Rusia dos not should not this Nation found, con warm and safe, the was almost frozintend to waste her oil resources duct, and maintain forever a unl- - en; four were her own and II vo beacTorWty to give Its youth the oppor- longed to the sister cats who had as the. Untied Stntes has done, questions of flnancs fled for safety. And she had nearly cording to a statement made by tho tunity which prevent many from taking In great j died h rself In preserving them, her department In charge of all the oil The new Qoodyear poor sides being terribly bruised by of Russia. Gushers which pour Ctoti-ntTread Cord prlvato unlvorsltles? John H. Cowlos, Sovereign Grand the heavy hailstones. Carefully did their rc3erD9 Into the sands are not to occur here if Russia can help it. Commandsr of tho Ancent and Ac- - tho missionary wrap her In blankets of Freemasonry and nurse her tllL sho recovered. Little wildcat companies, each owncepted Scottish RIto ing tiny claims, and each digging for the Southern Jurisdiction, thinks greatly Impressed by her Its claim not rationally, but In ef seat flclng act. should have such a national forts to undermine thefr neighbors' of loarnlng, as well as a Department; claims these pests of tho United d Constipation, of Education In the Government, and The beginning of almost every States will also not be permitted in requiring the compulsory at- lnws Russia. tendanco of school children thru tho serious disorder U constipation. If regime Russian Under the Czar's eighth grade. Nor is lit "alone in Vo" want to enjoy good health keep thinMnf nf nio mininnci who ycur bowels regular. This Is best small company with a Utile money would buy a tiny claim and, Instead Im exercise, but sometimes a medicine Tread Cord Tire is built with The new Goodyear Cross-Ri- b an? earnestly advocating tho dig many wells long-stapl- e genuine high-grad- e mediate passage of tho Towner-Sterlin- g is neded and when that Is the case whole claim. It would cotton as a foundation. edges lit order to bill, which will create a De- - you will find Chamberlain's Tablets all around the ...... nvitnlliinl .. is liberally oversize the 4V2'inch tire, for example, ....... n u.... ...tl.1 u.., .1 drain the fields of Its neighbors. .c.cui. Thnl. n partment of Education, with a sec- - " The fighting of floods, jvas never measuring nearly 5 inches. Rentle In their action, easy and pleas-ier- y ratary In the President's Cabinet, a large number agree with Cap-- ! ant to take. Give them a trial. They carried on rationally, but each comcog-lik- e pattern of its tread affords The deep, clean-cu- t, only cost a nuarter. m pany tried to shtfnt the waters onto' ... . Ilia ....,.,.,t ion VUWIUS 111 i.i siawiucm ut.vj.D excellent traction even in snow and mud, engaging the road Its neighbor's property. When the the One Hundred and Tenth Su- LEGION REUNION like a cogwheel. government put up small claims at tho preme Council Moating of AT NEW ORLEANS auction sometlmos tho neighboring wide The scientific distribution of rubber in this v Northern Jurisdiction. In Cleveland. landowners would bid them In by semi-fla- t A National Unlvorslty would offer gives a thick, broad contour center rib and the New Orleans, Oct. 12. A reunion offering as high as 125 per cent to students whp could pass a cor-tal- n surface that is exceedingly slow to wear. of tho doughboy and the doughnut royalty on all the oil produced. Thlf examination, or who could show will be effected when Salvation Arthey never Inteuded to This new tire is a genuine Goodyear through and through certain educational credits, an oppor- my girls dlstributo thousands of meant that develop those lands, snee thoy ofin design, in material, in construction. tunity to gain that larger outlook, doughnut3 and cups of hot coffee more than the total product. wfdor knowledge, and greater vision to visitors at the American Legion fered It costs less to buy than the net price you are asked to pay for They wished merely to keep thorn which Is the chief end of higher edu- national convention in Now Orleans, many "long discount" tires of unknownxeputation and value. drilling all undeveloped, whllo cation, at a not prohibitive expense. October around them 'and draining away Why be satisfied with less than this efficient tire can give-- why It would be a training school for our iDurlng tho war tlu Salvation Ar- - most of the oil beneath. t In stan- my civil youth commensurate take a chance on an unknown make? won the hearts of all American "The whole process was wasteful, dards to our West Point and Anna-poll- s. fighters with the doughnuts and we intend to have no more of Compare these prices irilh NET prices you are asked to pay for "long discount " tires It would send forth n conoftentlm-ewithin range of it," the department continues. "We stream of young people, train- the German guns. stant 33x4tf Straight Side.. $32.15 32x4 Straight Side. . $24.50 WxJKCImcher $1250 have divided up our oil rielda Into ed in citizenship and Americanism, 33x4" Straight Side. . 25.25 30x3 Straight Side.. 13.50 34x4tf Straight Sde.. 32.95 Two booths will bo established by districts or rational size, each a unit apostles of education, desclples of I the Army In convention hall and in Itself;, largo enough to pay for full 32x3KSttjghtSide.. 33x5 fitraightSide.. 39.10 19.25 34x4 Straight Side. . 25.90 the truo patriotism, a leaven for In- "doughnut dusouts" will bs placed 3SxS development, with pipelines and Straishf Side.. 41.03 31x4 Straight Side. 22.20 32x4tf Straight Side.. 31.45 a countor dustrial and social unre3t, on the downtown streets. A rest tranrportatlon. Thtifpriits intlude tnatmfiutartr,i extiie tsx Fields like these Hi Irritant for Bolshevism and anar- room, the replica of the familiar war will be given as concessions to any Goodytar Crott-Ri- b Tread Cord Tires are also made h 6, 7 and 8 inch sites.for trucks. chism. camp huts In France, will be Installcompanies which have money enough country's universities do well; ed. Tho But even one such to develop them. why confine such well doing to those Under tho direction of Lieutenant field will require capital of several to afford them? able Col. George Wood, commander of million dollars while some or the ACTON BROTHERS, BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY, of the the Southwestern Division best field's In Ura Empa require over Beaver Dam, Ky. Hartford, Ky. T.rnn?r lnvo hath no man than Salvation Army, officers and lassies two hundred millun do'ars initial this, that a man lay down hii life for from all parts of tho country will Investment, but are so rica. t'hat they 7 bo assembled at the Legion gatlrer- - will repay this wiUiin. ten years. The r his friends'." - -5- ever since man Ing. Tho army girls who come wiir life or the concession runs much So S3id John, and has glorified the hero who sacrific-- j be assigned solely to tho work of longer than ten year?, Its exact length ed his own llfo for another. History! making and serving doughnuts and being determined In. conference." Is full of examples, and peace as serve In this capacity are Salvation active in overseas woll as war ,'s.hows many here) s. lassies who When the chest reels ore tiro and Is not eveu a service. Sometimes the hero tho throat burns, you have. IndigesNow Orleans has chosen her most tion, and you need HERBLNr: to get man, or a human being, but a hum-- j such a dog, perhaps, whoso delightful period of tho year for her rid ot the disagreeable feeling. It sleep when he only sings it uucon-- l bio animal; a 7T".ciLi;mnmLTii a$ ness of tho king to overlook un even . . .. o u.. l.n...n' tr Amnrlmn F.oflnn mmn violation ot etiquette was uuu.ox . "....-- .. 01 IllS master IS greater .1..... mail drives out badly digested food, scions. love BIBLE THOUGHTS hers during their national conven. thoughtless net ot the ginl. strengthens the stomach and purihis love of lit?. For This Wc ek Providence- - Journal Speaking of nes the bowels. Price C0e. Sold A dog, so saytho scientists, has tlon. Dibl Thought nwmorttcl. will prortt a Ohio State Journal Woll, yesterTrain windows will frame scene m seulority, th&publie aomea first. Adog. say the wlso by Ohio County Drug- - Co. only Instinct. neniiov uuwrjem. day we saw our first girl In bobbed not think or reason; he of Louisiana's harvest, negro women, does mMCTiurTiujuiwrBiS fvnnn: cane, rice Harrlsburg; Patriot A pretty big NEWSPrtPER VIEWS hair nnd a Long skirt and wo guess does but . react to his environment. men will bo cutting sugar orgnlzation la humanity 28,000.000 we'll put on our silk hat and Doubtless they know, hut If a dog and hay, and cotton picker will la Washington Post CtvtHzatton has dying and 4S, 000,000 bora each year. shoei now and walk, does not think or reason, what hold'" filling their huge burlap bags with RAISING THE DEADl. Why progrreeed so much that, while only Cine who. can grasp such big figures should It be thought n thing Incre- down Main street. downy balls of cotton. a dog to his master's side in the face Temperature will range from t?5 $10,000 can be spent In a race for is not apt to become conceited about dible with you, that God should of. certain and painful death? at night to tho sunate, It takes $1,000,000 to put his ludlvirtunl "Importance." Long degrees Fahrenheit Baltimore Sun A woman Is hapi Trapped in' the plant of the ralso the dead? Acts 2C:8. at noon-timon a heavyweight prize fight. pily married it she thought It her Company, John Brack- around 80 degrees N(1T BE AFRAID: Heboid, God Island Waste very little If any rsutn Cleveland Plain Daaler Tha na- Is mysalratlon; I will trust, and not last chance. en watchman, died from fire and There will bo lonesom-,- 1 middle at Capper's Weekly The tional bunmu of. mines, urges the ura bs afsald: for tho Lord Jehovah Is smoke. By his side died his bull during the week n9 the dryost nr-io- d. est plnce; Tht swimming hole afted ot coke as a domestic fuel. Sounds a my Schnectady Gazotte Alroady the pup. When they were found, after October Is, New Orleans straneth and my song; ho also is school opens. Uttlo like the family that had no become my salvation. (he smoke and flame had stilled the Ilsalah 12:2. last Juno brides are getting- - caroles Clothes suitable to fall weather in bread aiul. Had to, Uro. on toast. JJQY OF SALVATION: With Joy about their curl papers. dog's barks for help, he was not at New York Herald Vou can get tho west and middle west shoiUl he shall ye draw water out of the wells the barred door, or at the blocked superfluous. rubles for a, dollar If yoia Owensburg Motwongor Boston Transcript "A. wise man of salvation. Isaiah VzZ. After gowindow; he was found with his head worn. Overcoats will be can't think of anything else to do is ono wild coaie.nibers what he has "WATCH: upon his dead ma3tcr. To make this What I say unto you' ing over the record of tho 67th conSOMK "DRY" HUMOR with the dollar. learned." and. doesn't try to tell It. I say unto all. Watch. Mark 13: gress one may be In doubt about tho true story the hotter one, let It bo nge-ol- d charge that women are tho I. chronicled that John Derrick, friend, Pogrow Do you know what tho Out ut Jacksonville Journal Marion. Star There U an ancient HE SHALL NOT FAIL: Behold talkers. was so severely burned In a futjlo Imt sellers are this year? slht Is not out ot mine. Coal Is and rulo that "it any man will not work, my servant, whom I uphold; mine effort to rescuo man and dog that he. Yos, they"re the ones that.ure the fcm't. Toledo Blade Statisticians say neither shalL he eat." The rule Is elect, lu whom my soul dellghteth; too, may die. stocked. as good toddy as It evor was. and all 'it have put my Spirit upon him; ho tho average man speaks 11,000,000 dogs do not reason or hest Probably Youth's Companlou The train peoide who earn their living by hon- ; shall bring forth Judgment to the words a year. They are still countrieht . Probably John Dorrlck did "Do you think prohibition, has lni- - crews who abandoned their trains In est Industry will Indorse It. his love for . Gentiles. He shall not fall nor be ing the number ot words tho avoraga not rfrlnk'Of anything but """ the inlddlo ot the Arizona, ituscrt discouraged, till he hath sot Judg woman speaks In a yoar. when ha fought fire iii trfends yes. My husband." breath damaged their own cause Just as the New York World Whon all the ment lu tho earth; and the Isle shall their lives. Would that more of us vtlll smells of liquor at times, but Germans who made war on Washington Horald Ono by ono far in oi s are organized as they may wait for his law. Isaiah 42:1, 4. could loam the lesson of brother- there's no place ho can get stnl lu Dclglum ami France be at some time not far distant, farm WHY WILL YE DIE? Cast away tho shackles that bind women aro hood as these havo learned It, man cheese." Kansas City Journal. damaged theirs. labor will become as powerful as- Is from you all your transgressions, rlvon. Nevertheless tho. road to and dog. Perhaps the little hero union labor nt present. Just now whereby ye have transgressed; and freedom tor women U still a long did not die In vain, If his self dud Doctor Now, there Is a very aim- who farm labor Is, as a rule, quite power-los- s make you a new Harrlblmrg Patriot Men heart and a now one tho Injustices and lnequalith" less heroism brmgsnomeo us vviu, fm. thl3errecurcfng wouldn't lake a counterfeit, nickel at before distributing interests, spirit; for why will ye dlo, O houso that are heaped upon her aro too lesson which John read to road, the wllfinnvftI. vim foo. Vou want face valno are marrying artificial and the farmer is obllgvd to tnko of Israel? For I havo no pleasure deeply embedded In human Instituus so many years ago. a whisky and soda Just eat an apple complexions. what he can get for his products. In the death ot him that dloth, salth tions to bo removed In u decado or H3 eat an apple. for flesh the Lord Gol; whereforo turn your- perhaps within a, century desplto tho A valuable-- dressing But or fancy eating Patient Itutlaud Herald "Porglvo us ojur ICnnras City Star Anybody would selves, and live ye. Ezeklol lS:3t. rapidity ot doveJopments in tho wounds.burus, scalds, old Hores, rash, 50 or CO apples a day! Punch. debts as wo forgive our debtors" Is a think the Irlsli wore successful 32. modern sclumo of things. Tho cimfod skin. Is Ballard's Snow LInl phrase which tho great Christian, na-- j enough In finding opportunities for suffrage amendment was only a WAN IS GOD'S IMAOE: m.i-mont. It is both neanng MaxSmlta.3 Bpeoch on prohlbl- - tlons seem to find It easier to lucor- - trouble as it is without Joining the Ood said, Let 113 make man In And start. our porate In their prayers thnn in, their league of nations.' . imago, after our likeness, and let bottle, sold uy umu v,oi, muK .. Pax- . policies. .! Interesting Judge. m' Never let n man lmaglne( that ho them have dominion over Company. subject dry . London Panch An American who all tho earth So God creat- can pursue a good end by evil means good.. The! claims to be the oldest motorist In ed mun In Pittsburg Prcss-B- e his own Imago, In the without Binning against his own soul. TIIK TRUE .MOTHER "I suppose you fouud tho celebrat- average penitentiary has only one the world, Is 111. The odds are In- Image of God ereated he him; 111010 Any other Utsuo Is doubtful;the ovll ed author In his library, surrounded month's supply ot coal. creasingly against anything like that and female creaied he thorn, Gene- effect on hlmsoir is certain. South-eSome yoars ago Tho Animal's by his books?" age being attained by a pedestrian. sis l: 2C.27. London, received from a Frlund, of "No," said the youthful reportNashvilleTenuessoan When. missionary In Africa a story about er, "I round him In his kitchen Greek moots Greek a Turk gets both Speaking of Florida Times-Unio- n Poet 1 should much preror that of a cat he tho unusual heroism making at ono shot. by utensils for Klusten nnd space, It ho wants to do the death or tho hero in my now once possessed. FOR FLETCHER'S hooch." something useful let htm solvo the tragedy bo rather original and unOne day a torrlflc hall storm "Very well. Begin your interWashington Horuld Tho present problem ot parking space. usual. on, a storm such as wo hero view by stating that he wuh follow came conflict In tho Nonr Hast Is pregnant Fflond Well; lot him read ono of know nothing of. In about twenty ing his fuvorlto hobby, chomlcul ro- with what Is often described aa "a Houston Post If nil of us had VIKWS INTKUKSTIXCl TO WOMKN your previous tragedies and laugh covorou tno grounu BOarch.n,rmln(,nnm minutes tho ball holy war." It will be splendid to boon as faithful, as, dlllgint and as hlmscir to death. Now York Olobo. Ui tho depth of two feet. The mis Tolodo Blade Tho girl with many talk about "defending Christianity," Industrious as havo the agricultural wore outBli(i sionary's threo call "Oo's icky honey bunch Is 00?" etc., tti tho boya who wore Just too pioducurs, this nation would bo well suitors has been known to let tho began. playing before tho storm biggest fish get away, If young to fight lit the last war. Uut rid of Its troubles. alio softly cooed. Thoy wero all inothors and their As ho lot go his hold on tho steerIt Is apt to make little Impression up, kittens wero with thorn. Two or For Infants and Children Ann Arbor Tlmes-Nsw- s Whon nn ing wheel to grasp the opportunity Mrs. Hubbubs So your husband on most ot tho mou who fought "to the mothtr cata ran in for shelter, In Use For Over American girl left the king ot Spain properly tho car lunged into a ditch. Years miiko the world safo tor dumocrucy." put out the tire himself? troubling about thulr Jlttlo nuwHMrs Siibbubs Yes, ho saved tho on a ilnnco floor to go to speak to Crawling out and digging tho mud Always bears -ones (and here we may notice that the from his eyes, ho gurgled; "OOre!" Many a house! In another moment the fire- Iior father her act caused consideraJacksonville Journal theie are mothors and molhors lu signature ble comment. Possibly tho readi Legion Weekly. A thinks he slngj the baby to men would have been there. ... father In mi ..n .x. fin ..i vu. uie allium i wunu ua w uuu WASHINGTON COMMENT o.he-rwlie- j mff 01 I til of m$i b self-sacrl-- j A Popular-Price- j ..., Cord Tire Without a Rival I ..- It i,r.. , treadthe 16-2- 0. i pro-par- ed s 'I ' FOR SALE BY e IS ... e. tgr,"- bo-i- ng - , I ,..., y. - ed .. Olul&ren Cry CASTO Ri A Age-Hera- ld CASTOR rf A 30 l.l &t&xcfc .J'ni vi ( Which Is Larger the Sun or a Cent The sun is the largest but you can hold the cent so close to your eye that you'll lose sight of the sun. Don't let a cheap price or a big can baking powder make you lose sight of quality. CATHOLIC HEAD CRAVES FREEDOM! Custom of Si'rliisloii May Ilo AbolNh-cIn Xi'ur Future. l CALUMET the Economy BAKING POWDER er -- Is the quality leav-enfor real economy in the kitchen, II ?T MAOI VA W,l alwaysuseCalumet, one trial will convince you. The sale of Calu-mis over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. et BEST BY TEST ariME WORLD'S GREATEST BAICING POWDER Dotrolt, was murdered and thrown from an automobile Into the dltch tho samo spot In approximately where tho body of tho seventh vie- -, tlm was found. Two men wero sentenced to life imprisonment for Abrahamson's murder. Tho body of tho latest victim was In tho ditch fully two weeks. The board of supervisors has been urged to Install lights In tho Qulnn road district to forestall the gangsters. Tho pockets of tho eaventh vlptlm had been rifled and everything removed. m' OlinmlK'rliilnV Cough Itemed) This romedy Is Intended especially for coughs, colds, croup and whooping cough. From a small beginning Its sale und use has extended to all parts of the United States and to many foreign countries. This alone is enough to convince one that it Is a medicine of more than ordinary merit. Give It a trial and you will m find this to be the case. DE VALERA TO BE IN PEACE MOVE JjOiHler In Dublin lo Undertake I'nr-Jc- y on l'art of Irregulars Keport. Vu-Icr- 1 a, Dublin, Oct. 7. Eamon do accompanied by Austin Stack and a number of other Irregular loaders, aru declared to bo in Dublin ready to undertake "peace negotiations" on behalf of the Irregulars government. with the Kreo-Sta- te It Is said that Do Valera at last realizes that there is no hope thut the Irrgulars can cope successfully at arms with the government forces, and ho Is prepared to compromise in the hope of effecting a settlement with the Free Stata leaders without his men being required to turn in their arms. President Cosgrave has stated that there is absolutely no chance that tho government will mnlte any peace with the irregulars' until their surrender of arms, thus accepting tho offer of complete amnesty recently announced. It Is declared that tlr?re Is no objection on the part of tho Free State government to Do Valera continuing his campaign for tho Irish republic if ho does It by constitutional methods. It is nflw understood that D la coming around to tho point whero he is willing to negotlato because of a growing unrest among his followers, many of whom aro opposed to furthor physical strife, pitted against their own brothers. On the other hand, there Is a strong faction of younger men who aro opposed to making peace and who aro determined to contlnuo their gusrllla tactics. Do Valera and Stack are In Dublin wlthoirt a doubt, but have not Stack made any public appearance. Is reported to havo passed tho word thru rollablo sources that Do Valera If either of tho is ready for pjnee. two Irregular leaders havo had any actual meetings with members of tho government tho fact has been kept secret. Va-lo- ra Parfs, Oct. 7. Tho prisoner of the Vnntlcnn Is burning for hit" i freedom. As Cardlnnl Achilla Ksttr the prestnt Pops, Plus XI, was well known In tho realm of sport. Ho was a famous mountaineer, a fine horseman and loved to make longdistance walks. Since his induction aa Pope, His Holiness can seo mountains only from tho Vatican windows. ' and his walk3 must to the cramped gardens of his palace. There Is no gymnasium In tho Vatican and no swimming bath. In brief, Pope Plu3 XI is suffering from lack of his habitual exercise. Remembering his former vigorous mode of existence, a group of Milan society women recently presented Ills Holiness with a magnlflclent touring car, hoping that the gift would compensate In part for the rigors of Vatican life. Instead, the automobile only Intensified tho secularlty of the Pope's existence. .Tho only uss he could mako of tho car was to drive at a snail's pace around Belvedere Court, within tho Vatican grounds. Tho Pope's longing for healthy-exerciswill soon tako shape lnv a chains and restoring to tho holy prisoner tho liberty popes enjoyed hundreds of years ago, says a Paris weekly, usually According to this paper His Holiness Is preparng a ukase stating that for reasons of health he Intends abandoning the sedentary llfo of the j closed .Vatican and will henceforth consider himself as free to travel about Italy as when ho was a cardinal. Considerable opposition to this edict Is anticipated from tho cardinal body, but the Pops is stated' to have already secured many adherents to his plans, Including Cardinal Merry del Val and other officials of the Vatican, and tho Vatican physician. d. e T" banking? QUESTIONS and Bible Answers If Parrots will enroaran children to look op mlrormontc tlw litbl Aniwrra, It will prov a prtceJcaa oeruaffa iv wem jvui, jjj a rtmiimhrcjrJiuJiiiiJ We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-Ov- a years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on n the Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Blood and heaJlng the diseased portions. L After you have taken Kali's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a In your Keneral Krent Improvement health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at onre and cet rid of catarrh. Send for testimonial, free. P. J. CHHNKT ft CO., Toledo. Ohio Sold by all Drugclsts, 73c. Pol-so- How's This? Tho food of this strango animal consists partly of'marlno plants, but he atto subsists on small crustaceans which he gathers In great quantities along the mud flats In tho bays of tho Alaskan coast. He will even dlvj to tho bottom of tho sea, whero It Is not too deep, for food. He can Inflate his great lungs and s(ay down for.a long tlmo. This Is one of his methods of escape from his enemies. The walrur calf is as awkward and ungainly as the mother, but the strange instinct of mother love scorns to be as strong In this, great ugly anlmnl as In any of tho beautiful creatures of the animal kingdom. The cow protects and guards this strange baby as tenderly as any domestic cow would her calf. The calf suckles under the water, Just as tho baby hippopotamus does. There are many enemies of the walrus family. The male walrus Is most chivalrous and will fight to tho death to protect either the calf or his mate. There aro many dangers both in the water and on the land against which the walrus parents have to protect their offspring. Probably tho worst of these Is that tiger of the North, the polar bear. Thlsi wonderful beast is equally at home on land or in the water, so he can stalk the walrus calf, no matter where he Is. Perhaps tho walrus mother and the calf will be sunning on some rocks a mile or two at ssa, but water Is no obstacle to the white hunter. He will come swimming with Just his nose and eyes'showlng above tho water. When his strong arm reaches out for the calf, the blow thnt he strikes is like lightning, and the mother walrus must he quick If sho Is to save ser calf. If the walrus can get In one body thrust with Its terrible tusks, there is no animal In this hemisphere that can withstand the impact. Bu! the white hunter Is not ths only foe of the walrus calf. There are the Eskimos, and also many dangers of the deep. The blue shark may come swimming along, armed with his cimeter tall. Many other monsters of the deep there are who would relish the tender calf, so the cow sleeps with one eye open, all the ,tlme. She has. but this one offspring In n year, so the. calf must be guarded well if the herd Is to be kept up. Tho walrus family are fond of lying on the rocks in the open sea not too far from land. So their grunting and bellowing has often saved ships from striking on the rocks, while sailing in a thick fog. Our Dumb Animals. Children Cry for Fletcher's SSSS3SSKSKSSS 'JKcNccsKc iVfs5sNsvNaiss The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of on the wrapper an theso years Do not be deceived. are but and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against. Experiment. (Ly-2- 7 just to protect tho coming "Just-as-good" Generations. All Counterfeits, Imitations Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for yourself. What is CASTOR I A Castoria a is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric,' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor-- other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. GENUINE J1 f CASTORIA Signature Bears the ALWAYS of mggtatfm In Use For Over The THE CENTAUR COMPANY. Years 30 Bought Kind You Have Always. NEW YORK CITY. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper uuw iT nrc What special directions for prayer did Jesus give In his sermon on the mountain Matt. What did Jesus say In regard to and safe investments worthwhllo C:5-13. Matt. 6:10-2- 1. What did Jesus say about passing Judgment on others? Matt. 7:1-What test did Jesus lay1 down for Matt. 7: detecting false prophets? 15.20. How did Jesus end "his groat "SerMatt. 7:24-2mon on tho Mount?" What did tho centurion at Capernaum say to Jesus, and what answer did Jesus give him? Matt. 8:5-1- 3. What power, and what commission did Jesus give his twelve apostles Matt. when ho sent them forth? ' 7. 10:1-1- 5. . f An AgvecuWo Surprise. "About threo years ago when I was suffering from a sovero cold on my lungs and coughed most of the time night and day, I tried a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and was surprised at tho promptness with which it gave mo rellof," writes .Mrs. James Drown, Clark Mills, N. HAWAII MAY OBTAIN iyAIlOIt SHORTAGE AID Y, Many another has been surprised and pleased with ths prompt rem Honolulu, Oct. 7. Tho measure lief- afforded by this remedy. to grant labor relief to Hawaii has Miciua, TOWN IS now a better chanco cf passing DUMP KOK MUIIDERS Congress than at any other tlmo slnco it was first proposed, nearly Mt. Ciomons, Mich.. Oct. 7. With two years ago, Walter F, Dillingham, tho finding of tho seventh body of a chairman of tho commission that murdored man within a period 'of went to Washington In tho Interest of six months along the Oulnn road, this proposed legislation, told tho about five miles from Mt, Clomens, mombors of tho Honolulu Chamber authorities hold tho theory that this of Commorco at a rectnt mooting. soctlon is tho "dumping ground" of The proposed monsuro provides for Dotrolt murderers. tho Importation of coolie labor from So far as records show every per- China to work on tho largo sugar son murdered and brought to this plantations in Hawaii. spot hus been a Dol'roltor, allho two Mother Children, here's a quarthus far have been unidentified as to ter, do down to tho saloon and get names. cone and soda wator. ltocords also show that in only one your instance wero slayers captured. It And on your way back stop In the was whan Oscar Abrahamson, man-ag- drug storo and bring your father of tho Yalo Taxi Company of homo. Life. All you who havo torpid liver, weak digestion or constipated bowels look out for chills. Tho season Is hero and tho air Is full of the disease germs. Tho best thing to do is to get your llvor In good condition and purify tho stomach and bowels. It, Herblno is the right remedy, completely. answers the purposo Sold by Tho Ohio CounPrlco 60c. m ty Drug Co. ' m or Surgeons agree 'that In cases ot Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wound6 the first treatment is most important. When an efficient antiseptic is TIIK MONSTER OF THE NORTH promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to Thcro dwells along tho Alaskan heal at once. For use on man or coast, ranging from Bohring Sea beast, Borozone is the ideal antisepas far north and east as Point Bar- tic and healing agent. Buy it now row, the strangest and most diabol- and be ready for an emergency. Prlco ical land animal to bo found in North 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by the m America. This monster of the north Ohio County Drug Co. Is the Pacific walrus. In the past, this strange animal was tho very life PIKE SEIZES TOE OF HAREFOOT FISHERMAN of tho American Eskimo, but of late years- - tho walrus has so diminished in numbers that Undo Sam has. had 7. Arthur Oct. Niles, Mich., to como to the relief of. tho poor Es- Gregg, youthful fisherman of Nlles; kimo, who otherwise would dlsap-ps- accounted for four deeply lacerated from the eartp. toes by explaining that a three-foFormerly, the walrus was food, pike seized them a sthey dangled In light, heat, clothing, and nearly all ths water from a boat In which he tho other necessaries of life to the was fishing. He was pulling a blue-gi- ll Eskimo. This animal also furnished In past his bare foot when tho the material for their boats, or kal-ac- s, pike plunged at tho smaller fish, material for their sledgss, seized Gregg's toes land clung to for their dogs, and many them until they were Jerked out of other articles and Implements. But the water, ho said. now this useful animal has nearly disappeared, due to the wantonness MISSOURI PUTS IN FIRST These of hunters and prospectors. PUIILIO RADIO EQUIPMENT thoughtless men slew hundreds of walrus where they used one, and that Kansas City, Mo.. Oct. 7. Tho caused his disappear- distinction of being the frst town was what ance. in Missouri to establish a public raIn apeparance tho walrus is a dio receiving station falls to Illmo. rather hideous satyr, with nothing Tho set was erected on tho Missouri pleasant or appealing about him. On Pacific Rnllroad Building. Virtualland ho Is very helpless and easily ly fevery business man In the town killed, but In tho wator he Is a dan- contributed to the fund with which gerous fellow, often wrecking small tho set was purchased. boats and killing their occupants. n male walrus measTho Leechos aro claimed by many ocuures from ten to twelve feet from tho lists as very useful in certain distip of the nope to the root of tho eases of the eye. tail, which Is vory short. But his strange flippers stick out behind an"Poor chap!" said tho sympatheg felother two feet. His weight Is from tic clubman, as a eighteen hundred to two thousand low member passed out of tho door. pounds. Ho sufforei terribly from nerves." "T nnvpr know he had them." said His skin Is yellow and almost hair' ' I j less. It Is wrinkled, seamed, and his companion. ugly. It varies In thickness from 'Ho hasn't' said the sympathizer. halt an Inch, to two Inches along "They're his wife's." Pittsburgh j tho neck and shoulder, Tho hido Chronlclo-Telograp- h. e alone from a largo speclmon weighed PEDRO'S FRIEND. two hundred ana fl"v pounds. The flesh under this nearly bulletDorothy C. Itetsloff proof hide is largely fat, tho oil from Pedro Tito Is a little Spanish boy. article of comwhich is a valuable Ho lives in a village at the foot of merce. Tho walrus ranges along tho edge the Andes mountains in Chile. If of tho Ice floe, going northward In Pedro wns an American his name would be Peter Titus, but be is not, summer and southward In winter. ap-pi- ed ar ot os Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- By special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L THE REPUBLICAN , Both ono year, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well aa 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 tbis office. - full-grow- tired-looklri- bo wo must call him by his Spanish name, Pedro Tito. Pedro's father, Pablo, which in English means "Paul," is a cabanil, and that In our language would be "a keeper of burros." .Pablo' takes provisions and oth-- r things up to the men who work In northern In the silver mines Chllo. He has fifteen burros and twice a month makes the long tiresome trip. Pablo Is kind to his burros ahd bo tells Pedro many things about ' them. , Pedro is only six years old, but ho knows that tho little burro is (ho most faithful of tho faithful crea- tures. :He is sure-foote- d, steady-nerve- d, and worthy of being trusted. Ho is moro sonsitive to harsh words than the horse and responds to kindness as quickly as tho dog. For carrying loads of freight over rough and rugged mountain trails there is no animal that can be compare with th& burro. Ho can climb Ilka a goat and without either brldlo or driver burdens whore a horse could never go. Pablo Tito will not work his burros dn Sunday. He says that they, like man, need ono day of rest out of tho S3ven. So every Sunday Pablo and bis burros forgot tho heavy loads and the hot sun. Two Sundays in each month Pablo rests at his own casa (house) and the other two ho passes in sdms quiet little canyon among the mountains where there Is grass and water for his burros and where they can roam as they pleaso, fpr they nvor go far from their master. Little Pedro always goes with his father to the Company's warohouse where he loads tho burros for the trip to the mines. One day when Pedro waa n baby he rolled from a bo on which his. mother had left hfm for his uap. Juan was in tho casa yard. As soon at he raw what had happened b crossed over to tho box, carefully lifted Pedro by his veatldo (clothes), put him back on the. box, and pontly rubbed h'lm with his soft, u yety nose. i. A ;Ike Hartford Republican InMtohed Weekly by :jMLRTFOIlD rniNXINQ COMPANY Incorporated ' way. Tho mqotlng scheduled for tomorrow afternoon should b attendod by every representative cltlzon who can possibly find It In hi9 wny to be present. In a reasonnblo e or some other party captures the offices, In so far as tho security of hla position la Republicans off-sid- JeY concerned -- : OLATON W. 8. TINSLB, Editor ad Business Manager. latered according to law. at tim JToBteffice, Hartford, Ky., as wall Butter of the second class. " -- "iddress all communications The Hartford Republican. HOX1CB TO SUBSCRIBERS to '18 Subscribers desiring the paper sent a. new address must give the old Mflresa In making the request, Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards t Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ,ach head line and signature, money "T Business Locals and rfotlces 10c line, and 8c por lUe for each al kit advance. Church Notices for services free, other advertisements, lc .per Anonymous communications 9cb1to no attention. will .u r "Farmers nilDAY, . . TELEPHONE Mutual 69 OCTOBER 13 STATEMENT Tho defeat of tho Now. York Americans by the Giants of tho National League for tho world's championwas tho most ship, in basoball, crushing heretofore administered to any team In big leaguo dnibblngd circles. Four straight with one tie was batter than any one expected, of the Giants and a Plnkerton export would havo to search long and faithfully to find many sport lovers in this community pleased who were not Immensely that the Yankees did not win a gamo Too much Ruth and In the sorles. the deal pulled with Boston late in tho season by which additional playing strength was acquired was, by nearly all peopfo thought to bo very unfair, even If technically legal, and caused almost every person heard to speak of the series to express absolute pleasure at tho result. The complete rout of tho Yanks and the Ignominious failure of Ruth to shine, or do anything during the series worth while, will in all probability keep that big, overbearing, person and publicity-lovin- g off of tho stage during the closed ball season. The sale of t;4,000,0C0 pounds of burley leaf, by tho Burloy Tobacco Association, Growers consumated during tho present week, at" prices fixed by tho Association, is tho best picco or nevs carried "by the Stato press in decent days, that is The from a Kientucky vl&wpblnt. entire holdings of the association were almost wiped out by this huge sale to the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, If thore ever was such a stream as the River of doubt 'twlxt tho association and its goal it has, beyond question, been successfully and everlastingly bridged. Tlio tobacco was purchased because thp Manufacturer needed and had tolhav.e It in order to continue in business. It could not bo had excepting through the Association, hence tho sale, at prices wholly satisfactory to the growers. What more couhl tho doubting and hesitating growers Jn the dark district ask by way of ovidence as" to their course and 'what they should do in connection with' the orThis in their behalf? ganization successful coup of the Burley Association ought to put every grower of tha dark district solidly behind and Association. within tho The time has been extended for signing pledges In order to raise the percentage In a fow of the laggard Counties, to Oct. 2S, and in the mean time those yet out in Counties that s, have gone above the requjred such as Ohio, ar3 given another chanco to become identified with tho 'organization. The Asso ciation needs YOU, you need IT. Sign a contract! and save both It and yourself. two-third- Rev. Fonzo Wcedman formerly of of a resident Madlsonville, Ky., preached an In teresting sermon to a Jargo congre gation of his old friends at tho Baptist Church Saturday night. Mrs. Wcedman and their three boys accompanied him here. They wero tho guests of Mrs. Woodman's father, J. R. Wilson, of Routo 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tom Payton, of South Carrollton, arc visiting Mr. Payton's son, Floyd, of Routo 1. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Stone left Sunday for Indianapolis, Ind., whore they will make their future home. Mr. and Mrs. Oda Cooksey went to Horse Branch Tuesday. Mrs. Bird Bean of Horse Branch, spent Tuesday with Mrs. V. B. this place but now i o ' ' J. C. Dugan, Oda Cooksey, O. D. May and George L. Dugan are working with the Construction Crew that Is building the I. C. Water Tank,' hero. Mr. and Mrs. John Stone wero In Beavor Dam, Monday. o CHOI AND WEATHER REPORT "POR WEEK Copyricht 1922 Hart Schaffncr 5: Marx management, required by tho act circulation, etc., of Congress of August 21, 1012. Of Hartford Republican, published weekly at! Hartford, Kentucky, lor October 1st, 1922. .State of Kentucky) )ss. Ohio) of County Before me, a Notary Public, in and Jot the State and county aforesaid, personally appeared V. S, Tinsley, who, having been duly sworn according to law, deposes and says that he is. tho Editor and General Manager of the Hartford Republican and that ih following is, to the best of hisnt knowledge and belief, a true state-jnethe ownership, manageof ment etc. of the aforesaid publication for the-- datc shown in tho above caption, required by the Actpt 24, 1912, embodied in section 443, Postal Laws, and Regulations, printed on the reverse of this form, Of tho ownership, Au-,gn- st to-wi- Summary of Meat her nnil crop con ditioiis in Kentucky for tho week ending Oct. 10, 11)22. Louisville, Ky. Oct. 11, 1922. The first flvo days wero unseasonably warm, but the week ended with below temperatures considerably occurring Good showers normal. generally over tho State near tho end of the week, caused improvement In pastures and Insured germination of grain and alfalfa that havo been sown recently. Considerable wheat and barley' were sown during tho week, but most of it was done in corn stubble, as the soil has. continued too dry for mUch progress with plowing. Germination has been unsatisfactory, some grain dying soon after sprouting. Better results are now possible In seeding and soil preparation; but considerably more rain is, needed to thoroughly soften the ground, also for pastures, clover and for replenishing stock wat-- r. Cutting lato corn and housing late tobacco is nearly Conditions havo been exfinished. during the ceptionally favorable period of harvest for drying, out the corn and curing otbacco.' As a result corn will be ready to crib earlier than usual, and the color and quality of tobacco has been Improved. Some late potatoes that aro still green will bo benefited by the rains; but tho high temperature of the last ten days of the caused premature drying plants and a lessening of the yield. Considerable sorghum is also in the field otherwise crops are safe from frost Injury. , . Banks-a- nd Good Clothes Notice how any bank erects a building that has plenty of dignity. It looks solid; invites confidence. You can use this idea to your personal gain. t: 1. That the names and addre'ses tJT the publisher, editor, managing editor and business managers are: Publisher, Hartford Printing Co., (Incorporated, Hartford. Ky. Managing, Editor, Same. Business Manager, Same. 2. That the owners are: J. A. Johnson, C. E. Smith, I. S. Mason, M. L. Ueavrin, T. H. Black. C. O. Hunter, Worth Tichenor, S. A. Bratcher, A. JJ. Kirk, W. C. Blankenshlp, E. C. G. Barrass W. S. Tinsloy, Mrs. O. C. Martin, of HartM. Barnett. J. A. ford; '.. Barrel. Rockport; Hart Schaffner 6c Marx t -- W. S. TINSLEY, Business Manager. Sworn to and subscribed before mo this 9th day of October, 1922. R. R. RILEY, Notary Public. x" expires January "My commission 1926. ilS, mortgages, and other security bold-er- a owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, or other securities arer Bank mr Hartford, Hartford, Ky. Bellamy, Whltesvllle; C. E. Crowder, Horton, C. M. Taylor. J. A. Leach.n, Baize-towBeaver Dam; H. C. Crowder, Kentucky. all in 3. That tho known bondholders, mort-,gge- s. CLEAR RUN Loo ing heeu flnaljy disposed of It may now bo safe to put the gas mask in the closst lot a time. "Uncle Sam's element Tho Tiernans and Stlllmans hav- prognostica te predicted fair weather for Sun-to day and Monday and it managed train during the greater part of both 'dnys. At that they did no worse than export dopesters in foretelling sethe "result of the Yankoo-Glant i ries. A raassTmoetlng of Ohio County ( citizens has been called for Saturday, October 14, tomorrow, at 2 p. ra., at ihe Court House. The purpose of 'tho gathering Is to discuss and devise ways and moans for submitting some uprt of proposition to tho taxpayers ' to raiao tonds for (teal and permanent improvement of tho County's highways. Wo, as a whole, collect money In amount Just sufficient to "" have no roads worth while and at tho saiuo time- keep adding to our indebtedness. We can't have roads, trails, withother than out money. Wo can't havo money without special offort, that Is to voto for and create a special fund for tho special purpose of building and im-- ,. proving the roads which are vital to Wo our prosperity and welfaro liave, In our feoble way, stood for and behind ovory movo whero a .Vrospect for better roads was Involved, and shall continue to do so -mud-soggecj and agitation movement amend tho constitution so afoot to that Congress may ho given authori ty to over-rid- e the Supremo Court and hold for nought Its decisions, it successful, would be a leap into tho deepest da'rkest chasm of Bolshevism one can- - easily think of. Congress as a whole' and especially members Individually, do a lot of fool things, support measures simply because they want and think they must do this, that or tho other to please a certain wing or herd of voters back homo. Members of tho Supremo Court are not dependent upon the changing whims of a few thousand voter In limited districts-- , for continuance in their nosltions. Usually tho Judges are men who have proven successful thru life, and men woll matured, deliberate, not merely lawyers) but Jurists of sound Judgment, with no other or higher Incentive than to round out thoir'llves In building or adding to an already honored name. Tho Supremo Court, ns Its name Implies, Is and ought always be supreme, tho last word, a check upon every other department of our Government, that Is a"check as Implied by tho Constitution. The Supremo Court is rarely, if over, swayed by politics ni. iiv tho hunt of tho hour, tho Court's Judgnionts are always basecrl upon the law and right. Congress too often acts with its political ear to the ground. Tho question with many is, what will my constituents think of my action?' If I do tills will they again vote for me? A member of congross, who must return to his district each two years, is cortulnly a and beg for learned Jurist when it comes to upon quos,tlons vital to tho groat sufferer In comparison with a whole Nation's 'wolfar? and prolonged good. Thfs Id moro particularly truo when tho Jurist Is removed from political Influences and does not care puo whit whether the Democrats, The to-bpas-sln- g Johnson Is erecting a new barn. 111 Mrs. Fanny Murray, who has been for several days, is improving. Mr. Curt Skaggs, of near Rock-por- t, Ind., Is visiting C. W. Trogdon this weak. Mr. John Smiley was In Hartford Tuesday. Mrs. Emma Hoover and Mrs. Rachel Hoover, of this place, visited relatives in Hartford one day this week. Mr. Clifton Hoaver has sold a part of hla farm hore, to his bon, Wllburn Hoover. ( Now sorghum is beginning to flow from tho evaporators In this vicinity. clothes 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 $35,00 COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. "What's that sign you're making thero?" tho now "Frei'b eggs,1' replied clerk. "Why er everybody knows tho eggs were fresh when they wero t limit to, from shore to shore, we aro going to spend qur savings and Junk our Rttlo, bank, mouth in the recovery, Our faco grade, for 30 ctnts por gallon and itS has been looking and feeling llko It Rial said 'twas too.durned much, ho "Exactly, and that's all that had been used for tho background ho proceeded to buy a lot of cabsafe for us to say about thorn." Ho saya for a healthy pair of Thomas CatB to bage and mako It nt hom Philadelphia Press. It cost oxactly 31 cents por gallon.and fight upon. stago a his loss was therefore 10 conts, and Mrs. Rial's work. and Doc. Riley, Wilbur Rhoads STRAY STREAKS i i that bunch of birls can sneak off tor Wonder if I. D. Cialro has been a fow days' fishing without being (By Fluke McFluke.) Evidently ho 1ms either la by tho public, sick too? talked about, that boon 111, in Jail or maybo ho has Doc Riley started to clean his but if Doc, Plrtle and yours truly Joined the R. R. Shop craft stride. teeth one night recently and instead make a llttlo run of that sort we aro charged with loafing, frolicking, of getting hold of a tubo of paito William, who is schegrabbed a tubo of shaving cream. and various other depredations. But You can't hurt duled to remarry Nov., 5, In statDoc put it on good and stout and be- what do wo care? gun to scrub his molars when the good men much by talking about ing recently, that he was soon to lather begun to grow and spreud them. Probably folks realize it become tho happiest man In all tho and grow and spread some more. wouldn't do to say much about that world covered a lot moro ground He came In an ace of smothering to other bunch, and after. all that's a than tho Rockport and Morgantown Baseball teams did In their chaldeath before Mrs. Riley could clean bit of consolation, ' lenges, the suds oft- of him with a floor laid." half-night- 's I I Its tho queerest thing In tho world, almost tho .eighth wonder, wo should say, as to .how much bone a tiny bU of meat can wrap-uwhen ono buys a roast from our local butchers, p Tho Office Foreman picked tho Yankees ns favorltos, tho Llnotypo Operator was partial to the Giants. Odds everywhere wero against the Nationals and a good thing was sensed by tho back room boss. Tho manipulator of the typo casting much lno alleged that tho Yanks would not win a game (mora chuckllnlg from Foreman, the situation was getAlbert Rial says ho's tho cham-pee- n, mop. ting right) and at this point a feed ,We havo boen having up some, to tho speculator of these parts. A whole office forco was staked. Tho Woret thing about - having whjle back.'he.wanted about ten gal- money, to tako a trip on some of the We Hvo daily in expectation of demalaria and a chill or two Is nuts-in- g lons of kraut and a follow offered U. S. liners but since this Volatcad-Is- vouring as' much as a hamburger, at has spread from tha three mile 'ho expense of thu dain blisters around one's him tho desired pickled stuff, fine tho Foreumu. "Ex-Kuls-m ' i I Orane. OrnnEes. Uannnas Cok'ry al HEO'S . - and .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- 'Attorney C. 11. Henvrin, flty, 'Is country. confined to his room with Illness. Mr. Arnold Ltkdns returned to JiiilRO Wilson's S. S. tClanq will his homd hero Wednesday from Ma hold a social moetlnR at tjio church con, Ga., whero ho took a thro basement Saturday tvar.Irp. months courso In Pharmacy. 1 Ernestine Ralph, city, spent with Airs. Clyde Park and Mr. Park, of' the Clear Run Mis? the week-en- d Tho Llvermoro High School tbam " Master Willie Shultz, of near this will cross bats with the local High city, underwent an operation for tho Nino this afternoon at ;HlVorsIde removal of his tonsils at the City Hospital, Owensboro, Saturday. Park. Mr. and Mrs, Alvln Chlnn andchIN Llvermore High School vs. Hartdrcn of McIIonry, were guests of Mr. ford High School team, at Riverside and Mrs. J. W. Wilson, olty, Friday Park this afternoon. These teams of last week. seem to bo about ovenly matched. Come out and help the home aggregation Mrs. Magglo Griffin, city, returnby your presence and encoured Tuesday night from Owensboro, agement. whero alio spent a few days as tho guest of relatives. Paramount Pictures will be shown each Friday night at tho Star TheaMr. And Mrs. Roy Ilarnhill, city, tre, Hartford, Ky., beginning Friday, guests of Mr. Oct. were the week-on- d 20th, with Jack Holt and Bcbe Uarn-hil- l, MariihlU's mother, Mrs. E. I). Daniels in "North of tho. Rio at Madi3onville. .Grando.1' Doors open 7:00. Show Tho nct I lino you need pas, drive to our visible pump, fill with Good Gulf Gas-- and sco that you get what jou pay for. Tho Visible Pump Don't forgot tha meeting at tho measures (he before you. Courthouse tomorrow afternoon. If WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS, you favor improvement of the Coun Hju (foul, Ky. lGlt ty highways be thore, If possible. day night, Oct. 20th. Doors open lGtX 7:00, show Btarta 7:30. Metal Roofing and FIuo Caps pre 1.4 1" vents fires. HARTFORD TIN SHEET "METAL WELDING WORKS. Hartfoid, Ivy. Mr Lyman Follx and family have Mis Ora Hagerman, who Is taking a nurss's course at the Nashville Agricultural and Normal Institute, Nashville, Tenu., has returned to Madison, near Nashville, after spending her vacation with her parents, I. f- ' " i ' 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. Paramount Pictures at Stnr Theatre, Hartford, Ky on and after Fri- starts 7:30. Ik A complete line of Misses' and Children's garments, all shades, qualities and prices, from $1.50 to $15.00. We have Howard's Slender-LinSuits for Fall ready to show. e MILLINERY No more complete found than can be had in this department. Consult our milliner for your needs. She will be glad to give you information. A few hours spent in our store will convince you that we are headquarters. When the latest is out, you will find it at our store. SEE US. returned to tholr homo at Stanley, with after spending tho week-en.Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black, near thl3 d near Hartford. Rupert Haynes, a yoUng man of nt city. PARAMOUNT b3 shown at Ky., on and PICTUKBS'-Wl- lI 20th. 7:30. Star Theatre, Hartford, after Friday night, Oct., Doors open 7: 00, "show starts ICtI tha NoCreek country, who under-woa serious operation for appendicitis at the City Hospital, Owensboro Monday, October 2nd, is reported as getting along' reasonably ivolL It is thought that lie will be able to bo brought home nest week. These suits are especially designed and correctly proportioned for the stouter wNomen who find difficulty in being properly fitted. They- are made of double sponged trcotine e quality, in midnight blue and black shades and in a number of the most popular styles. . Come in and see yourself .in one of these suits of-fin- before our mirrors. jr" ,i ff NOTICE We arc Installing a tipMr. McDowell A. Fogle, city, spent from Friday of last week until Tues- ple and hoist on our yards to unload day in Indianapolis. Ind, tho guest coal from barges and will be in op of his sister, Mrs. T. B,,Petrie, and eration by October 15. Can supply "' you with any kind of coal, In any family, quantity, any day in the year. Prices 14t4 Miss Kennedy Collins, city, has reasonable. ELLIS ICE CO. accepted a position as stenographer for tho Kentucky Utilities Co., at Mrs. Francis Bartlett and daugh Greenville. Sho assumed her duties ' ter, Mrs. J. A. Blandin, of Evans- ' last week, .'vllle, Ind., arrived In Hartford Wed COMING COMING COMING COMING COMING COMING ThaUgood Home-Maif- e Candy at Mr. W.-Bennett and daughtory nesday, where they spent the night. The Hartford Republican HEG'S. Miss Esther, city, have1 bjon tho Tney went to tne some or tneir L. L. Go to M. T. LIKENS to get your guests of Mr. and Mrs. J; C. Bennett,' daughter and sister, Mrs. FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 n lXEp GOOSE SHOES. of Central City, foi tho past' sev-- 'j Trogden, and Mr. Trogden, of the o Clear Run country, yesterday, to reeral days. They aro the best made. lotf n .2 main their guests a week. a Mrs. Sallyo Coloman "Mitchell, of If you aro looking for something LaGrango, Ky., spent from Tuesday Mr. and Mr?. John P. Taylor and good to oat call HEG'S place. of last week, until Sunday, in Hartlittle daughter, Esther, city, returnn EL PERBO 10 cents. o HI JINKS' GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS Mrs. A. B. Riley and little son, ford, as the guest of Misses Sue and ed Tuesday of last week from a ten LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. Tina Yeiser. day's motor trip to VIcksburg, Miss., Baxter, city, wcro in Owensboro V, At The Best Stands. and where they were guests of Mrs. Tay a Friday of last week. STRAIGHT SALARY: $35.00 per lor's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Cooke. THE MARVELOUS TOM THUMB CIRCUS Mrs. A. D. Kirk .City, spent from week and expenses to man or woman They wre accompanied hdme by Thursday until Saturday of last wpe't with rig, to Introduce Eureka Egg Mrs. Taylor's sister, Miss Margaret PERSONAL NEWS 8 Producer. Eureka Mfg. Co., East Cooke, who will remain several kND SOCIAL EVENTS in Sturgls, tho guest of Miss Ruby St. Louis, 111. 16tl weeks. Wilcox. 24$i&l&Gb. SMOKE Carsoh'.lSL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. The Great Combined Circuses ij. o-- o .Home-mad- e 13-- 3t candles and pies at HEG'S. All-Wo- ol Mou's Suits ut a Fifty 15lf Bargain at LIKENS.' ' 'For Lime, Plaster snd Cement go to W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Equality, v Elbert Hazolwood of ited at this otrico Saturday. . vis- t ' 2, was In (own JMlss II. L. Stewart, Beaver Dam, Route last Saturday. Lettyo Marks, city, Is tho of relatives In Owensboro. 'guest See ELLIS ICE CO. before putting In your winter supply of coal. 14t4 - .",, Mr. J. N. Loach, of Route 3, titVver,. Dam, ,was a caller at this fice Saturduy. - of- 'H , Barbed Wire and Field See W, E. "ELLIS' & BRO.. " Hartford, Ky. 'Bale-ties, .' " ence ' . f finfi - ha returned Mr. J, to Decatur, Aa., after spending a fow days with his family, horo. A. Johnson ' Cures Miliaria, Chills, Fov-c- r Bilious Fovcr, Cold 50t20t LaGrlppe. ad , -- ' I Mr' nnd Mrs. A. O. Porter, city, In Owensboro, spent the woek-ontho guests or friends and relatives. d V' ' ' i ' Mr. GUnn B. rrinsley, Louisville, sflenl Saturday and Sunday with bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. W, S. TInsloy, " , "clty. ?.; .Paramount '."tra- beginning - ' nifnr ' PlcunM at Star Thea- FrldayiilghL Oct. 20 onen at 7?00 show starts nt 7:3of 161J When you buy "Gasoline, do you For today and tomorrow. Fresh FARM LdANS get what jou pay for? Wo have n Catfish, Ohio Jtiver Jack Salmon, n you o Oysters, Pork Chops and Pork visible pump. You ecu what When you need' a' loan you want buy. WALLACE, TAYLOR & MOROhio County Fair Grounds HEG'S. Brilns at It promptly. I am. In position to RIS, Hartford, Ky. lutf loan you money at a low rate of InMiss Deo King, of Dundee, spent 16t4 on farm lands. TownBend, who terest Mrs. Margaret last Saturday in Hartford, tho guest M. T. PARKS. Hartford. o . .: of Mrs. E. B. Pendleton, and Dr. spent two weeks in this city as tho o jV guost of her nelco, Mrs. S., J. MVed-dlnPendleton. OLATON, ROUTE 1 loft Thursday of last week for 55 her home in Cobden, 111. Miss Cc3na Shultz, who Is teachTalent furnished by the High and Graded School .old daughter of Mr. The ing at Dupoy, spent Sunday with her ' Mr. and Mrs. John II. Dodson, Mr. and Mrs, Elvis Magan, died Thursunder the auspices of the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ozna ShulU, o sevoral Mrs.' Romnoy day of last week, after o and Mrs. J. T. Davis, near town. at tho weeks' Illness of typhoid, Helton and Mrs. R. A. Duko of a attended tho funeral nnd home of her parents, In the Sulphur Isaac Foster, who Is In tho Mr. Parent Teachers Association. n, Springs country. The funetal and construction business at Central City, burial of Mrs. C. C. Johnston at grave yard burial occurred at Mldkiff Wednesday. spent the week-enIn Hartford, with near Surpliur Springs, Friday. his family. Misses Gustlno Mills, city and Ella The residence .of Mr. Goodall on e 'pike, Bst quality Ryo and Timothy seed, Mae McQuary, the lattor attending tho Cromwell Sunday near Beaver o night. It Is school hero, aro spending the week- Dam burned Turnip seed In bulk. . end with Miss McQuary's parents, not known whether any of tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Mr. and Mrs. T. E. McQuary, of tho household goods were saved. Hartford, Ky. lOtt n o Bells Run country. Mr. and Mrs. J, M. Stone of Ola-towere at Beaver Dam, on busjness Mrs. Jzmcs A. Tate, city, spent Mrs. Mary Taylor Logan, who for Monday. While there they were Saturday' in Centertown, tho guest tho past fow months has been In guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Allen. of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bea-YLexington with her nelce, Mrs. Wol-fo- lk Mrv. and Mrs. J. W. Hall, of Kuykendoll. COMING COMING COMING COMING COMING Dam, motored to OWonsboro, COMING Barrow and family, recently "i11 mm iiii ,i " Sen Jtki you get. Fill your rar spent a week In Hartford, as tho Sunday. Mrs. John F. Allen has been very tank with Good Gulf Gasoline at our guest of friends and relatives. 111 since last Wednesday, at the Al 16tf Visible Pump. Mrs. H. M. Downey and children, len home In Beaver Dam. WALLACE", TAYLOR & MORRIS. of Hudson. 111., arrived last Friday Mr. William Mooro and wlfd of Miss Florence Nelson, Instructor In night for an extended visit to Mrs. McHenry, were guests of Mr. and th? high school will go to Hender- Downey's parents,, Mr. and Mrs. L. Mrs. John Allen, In Beaver Dam, We, or one of our deputies will be at the following namson this afternoon to spend the week L. Nowcomb, of tho .Washington Thursday. ed places on the dates set out, for the purpose of assessing-you-r country. Mr. Downey will Join them Mr. John Godsey and Mr. Lawend with her parents. property and collecting your taxes. Please meet u rence Canan motored 1q Beaver Dam later. town, via Hartford on business last Fri- where most convenient: Mrs, M. McCormack, of near Beaver Dam Have Jenny Silo Filler and Husk-or- s day. Saturday, Oct. 14 has been the guest of her daughter, ; ". RIloy and Mr. Riley, In stock. This machlno will fill Mr. and Mrs, Marlon C, Stone Tuesday, Oct. 17 Mrs. Lewis. T. Shreve Monday, Wednesday, Oct. 18 your silo, either putting your com motored - to Indianapolis city, for the past few days. Olaton In tho silo, or husking it off or it will whoro thojr will reside. Mr. Stone, Thursday, Oct. 19 Bufora Mrs. Sidney Williams and little shred your corn. It Is a combina- until recently, 'has been conducting Smallhous Friday, Oct. 20 daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, 'city, tion' olio filler and 'a chredder. Tho a grocery, in Olaton. Simmons t 15tt A child was born Monday to Mr. Saturday, Oct. 21 prlco Is right. spent a'few days last weoks as guost G. A. RALPH, Sheriff, W. E. ELLIS & BRO., of Mrs. William's parents, Mr. and and Mrs, Jnmea A. Crowdcr, of Wett tJsmnd street, Beavor bm. Mrs. S. If. Hall, of Luzerne. ROY F. KEOWN, Tax Com'r. Hartford, Ky. , Saturday, Oct. 21, 1922 Hartford, Kentucky. g, 13-ye- ar Sun-nyda- le, Ma-ga- d, See Hi Jinks! See Tom Thumb! n, Big Cow Boy &nd Indian Fight. or '' Notice to Taxpayers .A 4i . mra:Mjw'KSV3Jt-MX. 10ft r v. uimw-- ' .jJ.lSSCU rooms from 12 degrees to 15 degrees below freezing. As tho work done depends upon melting Ice, tho cost The Hartford Republican has made a special Subscribe For Your Home Paper of the Ice at the plant Is the imporclubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial tant factor In the cost of precooling Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one by this process. While in tho Insulated rooms the year for the low price of fruit and vegetables are brought down to tho temperature at which they are to bo maintained in tho car -- ANDon the way to market. The cars arc cooled with ice, and this precooling takes much of tho load of temperaThe Commercail Appeal is one of the largest ture reduction off tho Ico in the car and leaves It for use In maintaining and best papers in the South and we hope to receive tho low temperature. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Tho department Is getting edst Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in figures on this method of cooling. Shipments from Dinuba are being your subscription now. Don't delay. followed to New York, and tho behavior of and prices received for tho fruit and vegetables handled in this way will bo compared with those received for products handled In other ing on his request to the Hoard of Fiirm Short Course To Open Nov. 1. ways. Alderman for permission to engage Lexington, Ky., Oct. 9. The first file, clerks on a "phce work" basis. short Slap Will Show Production of Dairy The official charge for recording term of the annual two-terA metropolitan daily paper that contains a comCows Ky Counties. course In practical agriculture will tho documents Is 10 cents a folio. "Arc you proud of the cows In Approximately 500,000 folios of rec- $ open November 1, according to an plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. announcement by Thomas P. Cooper, your county?" Is tho question asked ords are still to be filed. State news from correspondents in all parts of Keni Succeed wnen everything els; fails. dean of tho college. Almost 30 sub- by tho United States Dcpnrtmsnt of local service gives all the news tucky. The Herald's j In nervous posuctlon ar.d female jects i.f'.uding a variety in soils and Agrlculturo on a map on which Is ItOOSKVKIT '.III., PLANS suburbs. Society, Financial, Marof Louisville and veaVr.ctse they are tbe crops, livestock, entomology, farm shown tho average yearly production KANSAS KPKAKING TIllP . fctnejy, tu thousands have surrtinr testified. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaof dairy cows in piactlcally every economics and horticulture will be . mvu iviurx on these special subjects. ble authorities This large offered for study, tho Instruction in county in tho country. Kansas City, Mo., Oct. 7. Theo-dpr- c STOMACH TROUBLE map will be shown In tho depart It h the Lett niedkir.3 ever soM these to be given by members of the Iloosevelt. Jr., is coming to the Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with ocr n iWugU''.i counter. regular college faculty. Tho first ment's exhibit at the National Dairy Southwest this fall to make a' few daily newspaper that interests every member of a "rsr gwPmwwwiainiMi u term will end December 21 while the Exhibition, at St. Paul, October 7 political speeches, according to word the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you second term will open January 2 and to 14. Dairymen may thus seo at a from D. V. Mulvano, Republican nawant in addition to your local paper. continue until February 24th. Eith- glance juct how tho cows at home tional committeeman of Kansas, who er one or both courses may bo tak- compare with thoso in any other has been In Washington. Roosevelt If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to part of the United States. en. Is scheduled to talk at Topcka, Emyour remittance. The map shows that 7 counties poria, Witchita and Some of the subjects which will be Hutchinson, Order your subscription through given attention In tbe soils and crops have cows thct averago more than Kansar. coursto include soil fertility, toils 6,020 pound3 or milk a year. Three THE REPUBLICAN, management, physics and farm of these counties are In Washington, Hartford, Ky. 11 crops, plant diseases, gas engines while Oregon, California, Nevada; FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE and Texas have ono e?ch. The exand tractors, sanitary equipment for Ditiolvcd iti water for douche atop Ohio County pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamthe farm and hygiene and sanitation. hibit also shows an analysis of tho mation, Recommended by Lydio E. In the livestock courses, the breeds census figures mado by the DepartPinkhatn Med. Co. for ten years. of stock and the udglng of them, ment of Agriculture, In which it is A healing wonder for naml catarrh, CIRCUIT COURT sore throat and tore aye Economical. the principles' of feeding, beef, sheep brought out that tho States which . Nil AtlAOft&unr .iMH.tna wl ... IM.I a and pork production, tho breeding lead In average production per cow Meets first Monday In March, May dairy are thoso in which the highest per and July; third Monday in September V."". Th.P.iicaTcJrtCmcMr.Bwioo.MM of farm animals, dairying, The eradication of tuberculosis to South Dakota, Washington, New manufacturing, poultry production centage of dairy bulls are purebred. and fourth Monday In November: Irom McLean county dairy herds is Mexico, and West Virginia, making and diseases of livestock will be stu- The States are marked Off Into four udfjc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. agoing forward steadily. County a total of 34 States in which work died. Injurious insects and bee- - groups according to the production Com'th. Attorney Glover H. Cary, Agent Robert H. Ford says. A to- is being done in cooperation with keeping will be stressed in the en- - of the cows. Thoso in tho first group Calhoun. Cooperation tal of 300 cows recently were tested States authorities. tomology course while the farmers' have an average production of 4,427 Clerk Frank Dlack. in two weeks with the results that among the different agencies Is now relation to society, farm manage- pounds of milk a year and 42.5 per Master Commissioner D. II. ' Ellis. at Its best, and is therefore more .seven were found to be tubercular. ment and cooperative marketing will cent of the dairy bulls are purebred. Trustee Jury Funtl L. B. Tlchenor. effective than ever. mw "c be among the subjects offered in the In tho fourth group the average proCOUNTV COURT Tho object of the work with the farm economics courses. The home duction is only 1.60G pounds cover crops In proThe value of of milk Convenes first Monday in each tecting fields from erosion and leach- various States Is to prevent and con- orchard and fruit gardsn, and the and only 1.4 per cent of the dairy month: is receiving trol outbreaks of hog cholera and farm vegetables ing during the winter m.i garden will be bulls aro purebred. In tho first Judge R. R. Wedding. increased attention from Owsley to prevent the spread of the Infection stressed in tho horticulture course. group thero is one purebred dairy County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. s smrm county farmers. County Agent P. M. and to reduce losses. bull to every 10 dairy farms, while i Clerk Guy Ranney. t More farmers are sow-3n- g During the year hog cholera has 3""rye says. Poison Ivy Ofton Rlnmcd For Hann In the other groups thero is only one Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: . aaa. winter oats for this purpose this been kept well under control, but to every 82 dairy farni3. My Other Plants. Mack Cook, Iris Render, George M tmm Jbtm Jail than ever before In the history special care must be taken in OctoTho 48 States are arranged In the Although poison ivy is one of the P. Jones. j jof the county. ber, November, and December, when I fluL of dairy It frequently is order of the percentage worst offenders, Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe OM Fashioned usually thero is an increase in its blamed for poisoning caused by oth- bulls purebred. Arizona, where the QUARTERLY COURT Ktntij for Weras farmers prevalence. Farmers will save more er plants, says Dr. W. W. Stockber-jge- r, dairy business har been of recent deTTwelve Oldham county Seres ty.nvayeanconlta velopment, is at tho top of tho list, Convenes first Monday In each month. who are cooperating with County hogs and prevent disastrous losses If of the Unltfd States Department aoui uto ! the belt tettU .Agent Gordon B. Nance and the ex- they do not delay reporting imme- of Agriculture. monial FRET'S VERMIFUCE PISCAL COURT The department has with 91 per cent. can offer you. tension division of the College of Ag- diately to tho State veterinarian, the a list of moro than 100 such plants, Keep a bottle always on Convcncs Tuesday after first Monriculture at Lexington have ordered county agricultural agent, the rep- that grow Jn this country, and It Is LKPKU PATIENTS AUK hand. It will help keep day in January; first Tuesday In which will be resentative of the Bureau of Animal probable that DISCHARGED AS CURED a carload of limestone the little onea healthy there are others that April and October, R. R. Wedding and happy. nsed in demonstrations designed to Industry, or local veterinary practi- may be poisonous to some persons. County Judge, presiding. OcalottllyourflnitvlM'or Honolulu, Oct. 7. Twenty leper show what this material will do in tioner any suspicious cases ot slck- - Not all nf thpsn nlnntsi urn ennnllv (Metal tore; or il Jrour dtaler 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford can'lauppljryou.teadbianuna increasing crop yields. patients xe discharged recently poisonous, and, too, thero is great ad JOc in aiaropa aad we'll 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towera serum is not a cure but a pre- - variation in ead you a bottle promptly. the susceptibility of per from tho Kallhl Leper Hospital, this S. Fin. Btltaart. Mi. L city. This Is tho largest number 6f Pulaski county farmers during tho ventlvo treatment, and should hb sons. District Q. B. Brown, Simmons patients ever released at one time. 3rd just past have carried on an applied as soon as possible when tho summer Because some of these common 4th District J. R. Murphx, Fords- intensive drive against the low pro disease appears In tho herd or in plants are used for ornament in the They were given their freedom as ville. ducing hens In their poultry flocks, the neighborhood. The prevention home is no reason to fear them, as being apparently cured of leprosy. 6th District Sam II. Holbrook, Harttreatment is a good Insurance most persons aro according to County Agent W. C. not affected by The chaulmoogra ,oil treatment has ford, R. F. D. No. 4. WILL "Wilson. A total of 15 demonstra- against losses from hog cholera. them and in the great majority of been used. Tho list includes persons Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, TAKE tions, were held in different parts cases tho Irritation of tho skin is Uwho have been at the hospital for R. F. D .No. 2. porlods ranging from eleven months 7th District ot the county to show farmers how Good Care And Feed Make Fall Pigs mild. This would probably hold J. Walter Taylor, BeaGood Pay. to separate the hens that were still ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. true of such plants as tho tomato, to two years and five months. ) . laying from those that had stopped Lexington, Ky., Oct. 9. Fall lit- geranium daffodil, and many othMOARD OF EDUCATION A Treatment 2o loaf until spring. ters of pigs can bo mado a paying ers that are known to cause skin KING'S HORSE DOPED, Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason PARIS PAPER CHARGES for WEAK project on Kentucky farms provided poisoning. Such plants, though, as Convenes First Monday in everj A number of Marlon county farm- the animals are given the right kind tho nettles, are irritating to most LUNGS or month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, 8. S. O. C. n, Paris. Oct. 7. Charges that ers are planning to find out what of care and fed a balanced ration, persons. Secretary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION inKing Alfonso's winner of tho and acid phosphate will do toward In tho long list ot plants having according to E. S. Good, head of tho creasing their wheat yields. They animal husbandry department of the these toxic properties aro tho fol- Grand Prix of Spain, worth $200,000, R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. 3inve ordered a carload of the ma- College of Agriculture. A quick relief for that tired, feelinc, In the past, lowing, which are well known, but owed its success to "doping" are will be used in demon- somo farmers have said thero was not all of them generally known to mado by the Paris weekly, La Carnet W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart- couxhi, pani in cbrll. nlfbt awrali. beraor. terial which ibatet, weak luoci or coniumpllon. If U data ford, ,R, F. D. No. 3. strations that will be conducted on no money in raising fall litters be- bo poisonous: Aconite, Hlanthus, as do la Semalne. ael help you 11 coali you notMog. "Donincr is a onrrpnt nrnxUna In Nat Lindley, Contertown, R. F, D. 1 cooperation with the cause the pigs1 did not grow out suf- paragus, catalpa, dog fennel, lady's their farms in Lock box 01 o OHIO MEDICAL CO, Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. COLUMBUR.cx extension division of tho Qollege of ficiently to pay for tho time In car ellpityr, wild carrot, hop, lobelia, when tho Grand Prix was run all but Claud Renfrow, Dundee. .Agriculture at Lexington and Couu ing for them and tho feed which they;' o ulor, nightshade, daisy, two horses had been treated. Examinations. "The race was scheduled for 5 Agent H. J. Childress. ly ate. Farmers who have carried out parsnip, pokoweed, smartweed, butFor Common School Diplomas recommended practices in caring for tercup, poison elder or poison dog- p. m., as doping only lasts thirty or Christian County Wheat Replaced My their fall litters have demonstrated wood, bloodroot, mullein, cocklebur, forty minutes, the horses were pre Fourth Friday and Saturday in JanCover Crops. and the mustards. The pollen ot the pared except for Ruban at 4:20. uary, and Second Friday and Satur that this is not true. "When 5 p. m. struck tho King of day In May. To bo held in Fords-vlllLexington, Ky., Oct. 9. More "It must bo remembered that if easter lily has been known to cause Beaver Dam and Hartford, ryo, most of a sow is maintained for one litter irritation of the skin, but this is Spain was nowhere to bo found, and than 30,000 bushels of For Teachers' Certificates Third which is ot tho Rosen variety, Is be- of pigs that tho expense on each pig probably as rare as poisoning by tho race was delayed until he arminutes Friday and Saturday in May, June ing used by Christian county farm- Is twico as great as it Is when tho leaves of tho geranium or tho car- rived, which was forty-fiv- e Except notlco Is and September. fall as seed for cover crops sow is allowed two litters a year. rot. Some ot these plants are poi later. By that time all tho 'doped' given ers this to the contrary the latter ex,, horses had lost tho effect of the lhat are being planted to protect Winters that are mild compared to sonous when taken Internally, but aminations will be hold in Hartford. oroslon and leaching dur- thoso ot northern states ,make Ken-- j tho list has been made out on .the drug, and wore feeling depressed, fields from r OTHER OFFICERS ing the coming winter, according to tucKy especially adapted lor tne rais-- j oasis oi Doing irritating to tbe skin with tho result that Ruban won easily. Tux Commissioner R. F. Koown, specialist, ing of fall litters. It. E. Stephenson, soils Feelirtght all the time. Don't by of Fordsvllle. "At this time of tho year, tho sow Experimental Cooling Plant Muilt My of the College of Agriculture. DeOur neighbor's boy came over and Surveyor C. S. Moxley, .Fordsvllle from work, for days by taking calomel county with a fall litter should bo on full spite the fact that Christian Grupo Growers. when pleasant LiO'Vur-La- x keeps yo said, "Mamma wants to borrow this Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, while relievingyour itrtubi in the past has been ono of tho lead feed and kept thero, until her pigs A precooling plant for fruits and caso full, of coal." Run. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Doril ing wheat producing counties in the aro weaned at about eight weeks vegetables, designed by experts of Jewel take anything: else. You can't affoH HARTFORD acreage ot cover crops of ago. After weaning tho young the United States Department of Ag- -' C1TV 7 YEARS state, tho It. .hlirainatoa poisons, cleanses bvk MEinND Police Judge J. D. Holbrook, tern and relieves constipation.., A nat .seeded this fall is expected to ex- animals can be put on a pasturo of riculture, that does not require tho IN RECORDING PAPERS Mayor W. 0. Rlankenship, rye, barley or wheat and allowed a uso of expensive refrigerating ma in ceed that ot wheat. if u In ite effect and "certainlis actions, but Council Ii. H. Bishop, Secy, in result. 1 mixture of seven parts of corn, three chinery, has been built by the grape New York, Oct. won't bolonp; beforo Liv.Vmr.Lo "" " A 7. Tho New '. . ROOKPORT .11 f parts of middlings, and ono part of growors at Dinuba, Calif. It Is In- York county Mmnl.1.1.. uwpmco "Work Against Hog Cliolem Extend...j.viciv caiomei In evert clerk's Robert L. Green, Judge. n take it freely aaj , tankage, being fed what they will tended to meet the needs ot localities soven years behind office is about - Shlldrcn ed to Other KtutcH. Jim'In filling cerperfect safety. Every bottle guar. Lee W. Phorson, Marshall. Tho Unltad StateB Department of clean up twico a day without waste. where tho shipping period extends tificates of Incorporation J&Bn(dJl,n Mtttofc and tho Cooper, Chairman. ' Edd U year extended Its Excellent results also can bo oh- - over only a few weeks and wiioru reports ot corporations, lAgrlculture this genumo likeness and slgml .County Clerk W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. tomrfl K. Crksbv. For iii,V .cooperative hog cholera control work imvu uj- Hnuwint, mo pign corn in mechanical refrigeration would not James A. Donegan said In conrment- Stllll Mason, Treasurer; $5.75 Pays For Both The Hartford Republican Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald self feeder and tankage in anA good mineral mixture for tho young animals can bo mado of equal parts of finely ground llme-ston- o and salt. They should be accustomed 4o this gradually after which It can bo put In a self feeder. Raw ,bonc meal Improves this mixture. Another good minora) mixture can bo made of two bushels of slack coal, two quarts of slacked lime, two pounds of salt, one bushel of wood nshes and ono and pounds of Iron sulphate. Tho Iron sulphate should bo either or finely ground and all tho materials mixed together. "If the pigs are lousy at weaning time, they should bo sprayed with crudo oil, warm days being best for doing this. If thero Is reason to bellevo they are Infested with worms, ' oil of chenopodlum, which may bo ' purchased at any drug store, should bo given. Two cubic centimeters of the oil of chenopodlum are given with about 30 cubic centimeters of castor oil to a pig weighing from 40 to 100 pounds." one other. find other profitable uses. In this plant nlr Is forced through hoppers containing a mlxturo of Ico and salt Into rooms holding the fruit or vegetables. It has been porofblo to reduce the tempcraturo of the cooling A CASH OFFER one-four- th ed $1.75 ! SX ierac Bitters ci.Liverl run Every Woman Wanieil DIRECTORY '""riiiinii ii iii -- FARM DEPARTMENT. J ' Mothers use r &L ai Vacwftn--- i &etfs a ue 4t J -- YOU, OUR GERMINAL REMEDY Ru-ba- IAMi1 IHHaTm6 FORGONE MONTH ox-ey- USE LI V-VER-- e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, f -- - JSuS3x!J. . k l tf i dog and put him In a kottle for a stew. This did not seom to ovor work fatal results, nlthough a small amount of strychnine will kill a dog. I'lappcr Mnrtjr Curries I'or Indians as n general thing do not JClKlit To ITn INmili-- To seem to bo meaningly cruel to their HiiprrnH' Court. horses, but thoy do not feed them well, partly because they are too Corning, Ark., Oct. 9. Tho cele- lazy. Tho horses nro not worked case Is again In ' hard, brated but this e likely also bicauso Thoustnds of people needlessly the courts. of the Indian's dislike for hard work. runnervous, Mis Pearl Pugsloy, the "Joan of endure a half-sicTho squaws tako caro of tho hones. plaintiff, has From down condition when they might enArr-- of Flnpperdom," what I can learn, tho Indians taken nor enso to the Arkansas Su- - f1f tint lOtrtl In MM milnti tnm nn ta joy sturdy, robust health and all its manifold blessings If they only know premo Court, where she expects a tn fc , what to do. Peoplo In this condifavorable verdict shortly trMt them klmU).f but d(j not tion find Tanlac roon ends their a uisiuisseu iroin miss i uKsii: much affection. troublo and builds up abundant the Knobel public schools by Prof. I find that Indians often hunt rabstrength, energy and vitality. Mrs. following tho adoption bits In N E. Hicks a curious way. Said a teachof a rulo by the Hoard of Directors er In one of tho Indian schools, "He Leona Edwards, of 3SG E. Markot prohibiting tho ujo of cosmetic's by takes a stick two feet long, and fas St., Akron, Ohio, says: "I suffered a great deal from students. tens an Iron nut off a railroad track stomnch trouble and finally my The girl admitted having talcum , on , , e such carrjr health almost broko down. I just no '.viler on her nos. This constltut sticks with him when hunting rabcd cosmetics and a violation of the bits. When tho rabbit comes near felt weak, tired and worn out all tho rulo, so Professor Hicks expelled tho Indian alma so straight that In time. It only took Tanlac a short her Miss Pugsloy brought suit Im nlno cases out of ten It Is suro to time to put my stomach In lino conmediately after hor expulsion last end the career of poor bunny. Tho dition. I'm In the very best of and after several at- Indian has keen vision. This meth health now, and have gained twelve September, tempts sho succeeded In getting her od of hunting rabbits Is dead easy pounds." Nervousness and a run down, tlr- mxn lnfnrn Jmh'n W. W. Unmix'., In for 1ilm at ten or fifteen feet." ... ... ... ... ... UW wwed-ofeeling aro but symptom? (f Circuit Court here. Thta sharp sight of tho Indians a hidden cause, which usually lies Tho Judge decided that tho rules gives them a great rango of observawere unreasonable and unjust, but tion, so that what seem to us secrets In the stomach. Tanlac enables you climl-nat- o declared tho board had a perfect , of lho outdoor world are to them an to digest your food properly, e wasto and regain your re- - ouon book. right to mnko such rules, and ho An old Indian said to strongth and vigor. Q;t a bottlo tofused to render an order of manda- mo, "When I was a boy my father day nt any good druggist. mus, setting aside the rules. told me, 'Make your ears wide that After the trial Miss Pugslcy en- they may hear and mako your oyes LAKE LOOSED ON GRAIN tered the State Agricultural School big that they may see.' " FIELDS OF CALIFORNIA Jonesboro, where sho wore cos- nt Tho animals, the winds of the metlcs to her heart's content. Sho pines, and the woodland waters give Cal., Oct. 7. Having Vlsalla, hopes tho Supreme Court will render t0 them of their knowledge, and thus quick verdict so that sho may return the Indians aro keen In nil ways and frightened tho grain men last spring and early summer almost Into tits to school In Knobel. If the tribunal wonderr of tho great should rulo against her, sho says, who but an Indian can tie his horse when It overflowed Its banks and flooded some grain land Tulare Lake she will tuko tho case to tho United to a hole in the ground? today Is being turned purposely upon Supremo Court. . i States Indians have much superstition reTho case has attracted national at- in their naturo and they regard with theso same lands, which are thus ceiving one of the lrfost bountiful tention, and the result will be watch- nwe and reverenco any anlrnnV or ed for with Interest by those who bird If they believe them to have floodlngs In years. The lake, at the anhavo followed tho caso thru all Its. brought aoino good luck to them- present rate, will bs dry within other month, but tho waters theredevelopments. selves or their people. In William pouring thru purposely cut J. Long's book "Wilderness Ways," from, Constipation ho tells of Slmmo, the Mlllceto In- ditches In tho levees almost s rapidIihIIkcMImi, IWIouiu'M, Cnaberlaln's Tablets havo restor- dian guide, "his dark face peering ly as the flood waters last spring already assured INCORPORATED ed to health and happiness hundreds by the corner stake of his commoosie poured Into it, have crop by getting the who wcro afflicted with Indigestion, so as to better goo the llttlo singer another bumper ready for tho fall planting. biliousness and constipation. spar- land If you on my tent" (white-throate- d m arc troubled In this way give them row.) a trial. You aro cortaln to be pleas"Have better weather and better ed, for thoy will benefit you. m luck now. ICilloIeet sing on rldge-poloFOR FLETCHER'S ho said confidently.. i INDIANS AND AXIMAIiS John Mulr. tho famous Alaska , (By Allen J. Cleator.) travolor, says, "The Indians being Youns Housewife, at Butcher keenly observant, , soon enough, and persons with dlph- - Into the wings at a group of other aro acquainted Shop I believe I will turn vegeta- RUMAINIAN PRINCE FULFILLS Indians aro fond of animals, but with nil ways of animals, and can rian, so I shall not have to go to tho TROMISE TO FORMER SUBJECT theria give It to others before tho actors waiting for their cues, a numI not being of a sentimental turn of even Imitate their motions, language butcher's any more. disease is recognized; isolation Is ber of bored stage hands, and a lot mind, they have a different way of etc." Ho says that after attending not complete enough during Illness; ot theatrical odda and. ends, and exButcher Cows aro vegetarians, Portland Ore Oct. 7 A Prince ng showing their feelings, As wo nil an Alaskan Indian danco a number but they have to go to the butcher's. ho haye fcad d,phthe. claim, "What a lovely view there of royal blood has made good his ' ,ng out before lt 8hown know, the red man prldos himself on of tho Indians gave excellent Imitathis window!" Birmingham. b, ,Paris Lo Hire. I word to a humble American c then. keeping his feelings "Inside." Ho tions of tho gait, gestures, and be-- e ,al)0ratory test tUat they aro free When Carol, heir apparent to the,of pofc8sci a queer sense of humor. havior of several animals under difthe d,gease NOTICE OF BRIDGE LETTING . . throne of Rumania, was In Portland, Something which would strlko the ferent circumstance, walking, huntBlack Hello, White, where have llfjuiutsua ucuu ucici uo latin. a little more than a year ago Mlko i If rislbles of a whito man might be ing, capturing and devouring their doctors are called early enough you been? The undersigned Drainage Com- Strang, a . sub- former Rumanian witnessed by tho Indian with an ex- prey, etc. administered in suf- 'white To see my people. and anti-toxi- n missioner of Ohio County, Kentucky, Ject, was among the Portland throng f ,cent quantltlMf rec0Very , certaln pressionless face, while something "While all were quietly seated at the courthouse door at Fordsville. Black Ah! And how did you find one is so cheap that it them? in the way of a "surprise" would waiting to seo what next would hap- Ohio County, Kentucky, on Monday that greeted him. Strang, at And anti-toxa shepherd in the Rumanian likely convulse tho latter with as pen, tho door of tho big house was the lGth day of October, 191:2, at 1 time can be obtained by the poorest. The White Quite easily you (seo, I an Am- - g , Bupp, much merrlmont as ho Is capablo of. suddenly thrown open, and In boun- o'clock, p. in., will let contracts tor hills, had meantime become Board of HeaUh knew where thoy lived. Said a Westerner to me, "When In ced a bear,1 so true to life In form the construction of the following encan cuizun, wiru uiiuuiiiiiiuuuu. it ,at reduced rates, and there is "When the war broke out' Strang's scarcely a county in the State which Dakota I was Inspecting a barn and gestures that we were all startl- bridges to be constructed across what "Now I've had. my revenge," said, with his family in where porno Indian boys were milk- ed, though 'It was only a bear skia Is known as the Roy Mullet ditch communications hasn't an arrangement by which abshoe-sho- p proprietor to his friend Rumania ceased. His father, moth- solutely indigent persons can obtain the stables. nicely fitted on a man who was in- and laterals: ing. Thero were twenty-fiv-e as a customer left. er, brothers and sisters had given Ono of the cows kicked over a mllk-pa- ll timately acquainted with the aniIt free." span on the Hartford Ono "Revengo? How so?" sympathies to the Allies. Often which was nearly full of milk. mals and knew how to Imitate them.' and Fordsvllle road near" Dundee; their . "Well, that young lady who Jnst during those long years he wondered Tho Indian boy who was milking was Ho also says that the Indians have Mrs. Youngwlfe (to storekeeper) went out Is a telephone operator. I One 30 foot span on the Fords- If they had survived the Invading covered and dripping with milk and great respect or revorenco for wolves vllle and Narrows road near NarDut why do you charge $4 for a gave her the wrong number." hordes.- froth. Most of the Indian boys along believing they havo souls. They give rows; to sell for only Stockholm Jasper. to Port- little clock that used Then Prince Carol came up, as the reason for this belief tho great tho lino of stables jumped , One 30 foot span on road near land on his world tour, and Strang $1 before the war? lnughlng as hard as they woro capa- wisdom and cunning of the wolf. Storekeeper "Wealtfiy, is he not?" This clock keeps Loren Browns; met him. He told the prince how ble of laughing, gathering around Our Dumb Animals. time; that's the dif"Wealthy? Why, he is richer One 30. foot span on the Fordsvllle much he desired to get some word daylight-savin- g him ns If somo great Joke were In and Narrows road near Estill from his native land some message ference. than a labor leader's wildest dreams-o- f "progress. Tho victim, instead of reBoards; Mrs, Youngwlfe. Ah, I underavarice!" Kansas City Star. which would tell htm it any of his venging the accident ou tho cow, by stand; that's what I want; I'll take One 30 foot span on tho Barretts family had been left. I FOR FLETCHER'S hitting" back, lay down and rolled Old Man (browsing In book-storFerry road; f The prince made notes and prom- it. The Pathfinder. over wlthrinlrth, as though tho Joke the ised Strang he would take the matAnd one 30 foot span on "Last days of Pompeii" what did J had been on tho cow, Instead of him"Pa, whit's an actor?" he die ot? A kindly looking old gentleman Fordsvlllo and PattlcsvUlo road near ter In hand as soon as ho returned to self. .This was surely a flno example was stopped by a very little girl car- Harve Evans. Booksellor Oh, I "An actor, my boy, Is a person who Rumania. It was a long search of good mature for tho white man to rying a parcel. can walk to tho side of a stage, peer of eruption. London Opinion. Said bridges aro to bo construct- over a d'evasted land which tho omulnte." " "Please, sir," sho' said politely, "la ed out of material furnished and de- prince conducted, but lt was finally Tho popular belief that the Indian this tho second turning to tho left?" livered at the place each bridge Is successful. A letter has been rehas a passlonato lovo for his dog Contracts for said work ceived from the prince's secretary to be built. O fc, evidenced In does not scorn to bo Bill Have you ovor dono any pub- will bo let to the lowest and best saying that Strang's family had beqn real life, especially, among tho older lic speaking? bidders. Only seal bids will bo located and reunited and that they Judgand moro uneducated Indians, Jo: I once proposed to a girl and tho right to reject any were eagerly awaiting word from ing from what has been told mo by over the telephone In my homo town. and all bids is reserved. It Is deStrang. He has written nnd Is livpeople who have lived nmong thorn Burr. sired that no one person will bid for ing In happy anticipation of the day fc for many years. tho construction of moro than one which will bring a reply from his bridgo, unless ho has labor crew "I havo often noticed." said ono loved ones. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS man, "that" it an Indian's dog sufficient to carry on tho building o lows him. the Indian will as likeof all of said bridges at the same "Why do you go on the balcony After Suffering From Many Female Troubles This Lady Heard of YOU KIN BE SHO YO' la, "Huh-uh,- " which ly, as not grunt time. After tho letting of said con- when I sing? Don't you Hko to hear tracts, construction must bo prompt- mo?" In effect. "dot out," for tho dog SINS JWINE FIN' YOU Gardui and Took It, She Says, "llniii I Was Weil," ly begun and pushed vigorously to takes to his hcelf. EF YOU EVUH OUT "It Isn't that. I want tho neighcompletion. "I have spent many years among (. bors, to seo that I'm not beating 'my GITS IN Tho county road engineer and tho wife!" London Passing Show. tho Indians," said ho, "and I have other fiscal members of tho county never noticed an Indian pet his dog." "QOME TIME AGO," says Mrs. I took a Ladies Birthday Almanac and aro Invitod jto bo present at the above This does not say that an Indian CURII DIPHTHERIA Buena AtcFarland, of R. F. D, 2, read of a case something like mine. I H SM'r named place and time to assist in does not core for his dog, but that If Bostic, N. G., "I suffered a great told my husband to gel it and I would passlpg upon bids. 15t2 ho does ho has a rathor strango way Louisvillo, Oct. 9. Unle.Vi deal with weakness common to women. v:y it. S. L. KINO, of showing it. the people of Kentucky awaken Im- I had bearing-down Drainage Com'r., Ohio County. mediately to catch pains, my sides and "I saw a great Improvement alter the "Indian boys the danger In diphtheback hurt, and my limbs drew. 1 would the first bottle (of Cardui), so I kept It up tamo them. They lovo to catch and ria, tho death rate from the disease Madge Would you marry a man tho young iqulrrels and carry them will incroase enormously this tall get so weak In my knees I could scarcely until I was well. Now I am the picture to reform, him? In tholr pockets to place under the and winter, Dr. A. T. McCormack, stand. of health." Malfcl I suppose I shall have floors of their dormitory rooms," Stato Health Officer, declared In an "I was very nervous, and could not Thousands of other women Jiave writto thero Isn't one of thorn that suits said an Indian teachor to mo. "One address delivered hero today, The rest. I didn't feel like eating. 1 grew ten, to tell of the beneficial results obmo tho way he Is now. withboy cauglit a big number ot cases In (ho State nt the thin, and did not have ambition 4-for any- tained by taking Cardui, and to rccor- aout fangs, and wnnted to keep It In to Freddie You present time, he added, already Is thing. The Minister Lmend it to others. Ills room." must havo been naughty, my little Is In pxcess of that at tho sumo time I was told by a woman who had "I had been trying other remedies . . Cardut has stood the lest of extensive year. friend. As I came In I hoard your last apent much, time on tho Indian re"Thero are now, aa In the past," but did not get any better. use, for more than forty years, in the say not to let her hear anmother years or servation that twenty-flv- o Dr. McCormack said, "three rea''Some one told us of Cardui, and treatment of troubles common to women. other word out of ycfu. ago the old Indians woro very CowCit. 1)11 6y McClur Nippf Syndicate so Freddie It was Dad she said that sons why diphtheria Is spreading so what It was recommended 'for. I also Try It. anyone poison t. If tond of alarmingly: Doctors aro not called IM Brooklyn Eagle. to, sir. would tako tho dead cd a dog, they r ' LIPSTICK CASE IS AGAIN IN COURTS Says It Made a New Person Of Her k, "llp-stlck- ." 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"It the groat dally pnpars of the Vnitod States aro not controlled by i. power behind, which uses tholr Influence for private and porsonal rather than for public and economic mirneM. why is It that nono of! them carry criticisms against tho honesty of tho press when such aroj uttered by people whoso experience and services to tho country entitle them to bo heard?" Tho question Is often heanl In Congress. Senator Hoflln. of Ala bama, said In a speech in tho Senate recently: "I am not afraid of tho press, I nm tho firm frlond of tho honest press. Qod knows I would not ham-pthe press in tho dlschargo of Its duty, or tako nway from It any ofi Its rights and privileges to give the j nowsto tho pooplo, and print tho views of thoso who own tho papers; but I am against tho scherao tlirlt some of.thom havo of suppressing the news of events of imnortanco (hat tako placo right hero in this Chain-- 1 bar, around this Capitol, that thoi people 01 ino country are onuiiea xo know about. Why Is It that you never sco a line nbout a lot of lm- -. portant matters discussed in thlsi The New 1923 Superior CHEVR ' or This speech was reported in few if any of the sreat metropolitan dallies, nor was tho interlopatlon HARTFORD, KY. mado by Senator Watson, of Geor permisgia, with Senator Hoflin's sion. Senator AVatson said, in part: ,.' rx A r,i .. coming when tho "The FROM CHRISMAN, ILL., tho way across this county tho roads press willtlmo isto bo fro if it wants have aro very fine and the scenory la TO MONTGOMERY, ALA. banutlful. Tbero is not much farm- to oxist. This country can not live ing intorcst for a stretch of about and tolerate a pressvwhlch it knows Starting from Chrismun, 111., on ono hundred inllos, It boing very ia a hireling press. It wilt not pay ufiitst 30, 1922, at !"s30 a. m.. we rocky. Tho chief industry boing iron, for such papers. It will not advertcrossed the Ohio river at Henderson, coal, Iron ore, lumbor and limo. ise" In such papers. People will not Ky . at six o'clock p m., tho samo Wo spent that night at Cullman, buy from those who advertise in such B. Flint,-Mich- . F. dny Wo found tho roads in fine Alabama. Tho next morning wc papors. and tho worst of tho fight oi)(!lllon nil the way. Crops wore passed on down through fairly good is past. good and I noticed improvement! iu farming country, moro cotton growwas "When tho csplonago lav A glance at this car shovs why it stands in quality class oi its own inthe way of orchards. I "having pass- ing than anything else, but little passed and so many hundreds of ' J ed over thl? road sevoral times in fruit in tho stato. Stock of all kinds nriwspapors were crushed by arbicomparable. t; , .,J&!tU.b, thpast. Many large peach orifk looked thin and of a very poor quali- trary" orders of tho Post Office A Vacuum fesd with gas tank on rear. chards and borry patches' all look- ty. Wo pissed that night at Wotum-k- a freedom .of press was moro The world's lowest priced quality car. Call our Garage and see the new ing fine and fairly well loaded with on tho Coosa river, also the coun- In danger than it ovor had boon since fruit This Is located between Models. ty lino of Montgomery county in our Government was established or and Evansville. which Montgomery is located. Tho slnca Charles Fox, Lord Gray and After crossing the river and spend- noxt morning wo drovo into Mont- John Wilkes had made their noble ing tho night in Hendarson, 'Cy., wo gomery arriving thero at nino-thirt- y, fight in England for the freedom of drove on next morning to Owens-bo- i our car registering C79 miles from the press, and Thomas Erakino had o, Ky., passing through large" Holds Chrisman. , made his glorious fight for trial oro of tobacco, which tho farmers instoad of arbitrary directions HARTFORD, KY. Wo remained thero for twolve bu-cutting "and houslr.s. Owing days. "Wo find Montgomery county of verdicts by Judges. That tlmo is a to the dry season it did not make a fino 'body of land, gently rolling, coming again. The forces of con very large growth but tho quality (;ni)d against soil and can almost he called a flict nra arraying themselves and .prairie. will be good. Corn, potatoes principal crops aro each other again. That battlo ia ir Tho other crops wore fairly good. Fruits hay, cotton and oats, mostly hay, resistible. Nothing on earth can L o and Mavll Parks, is near comple- J. T. Vlncon, of tho suddon death of or of his daughtor, Mrs. Malio Myrcs. AlMr. D. C. Austin and daughtor, of .ill kinds were scarce. her fathr, at his homo In Glasgow. which consists of alfalfa and John- stop it and, nothing on earth can tion. Also tho building, on the Mrs. Hub Myers, of Colorado, ar- Iockyo, were in Greenville Thursday, After spending a week with friends son grass which they cut from silonce tho peoplo. They aro going bert Chlnn, being constructed by three Henry Danlol. rived In Boaver Dam, October 1st, to on business. in Owensboro and Hartford, county to fivo times a year, usually five to be heard, or wo will havo a revoMlsa Carrio Parka Heft Sunday for Mr. and Mrs Herbert Stewart and spend a few weeks with relatives In scat of Ohio County, Ky , the follow- limes. Oats yields well and a food lution in this country." Bowling Croon. ing Wednesday morning. September quality. Thoy aro now busy sowing The foundation stono on. which family and Mrs. Edd Stewart attend- and near lioavor Dam. A homo coming was glve-by Mrs. Pearl Gregory and children, 6th, four of us started to Montgom oats of a winter variety. NFiold'i run America is built Is liberty. Liborty ed a birthday dinner at Bcda, Sunery, Alabama. That day at noon wo. friends and relatives at tho residence mine, Ky., arrived Sunday, to of speech, liberty of thought, liberty day. fiotu forty to three hundred actes. of conduct Word has beon received by Mrs. of Mr. L, A. Stovons Sunday, in hon visit relatives. lUrrHed on the Kontucky-Tennes&Thoy fully average one hundrod acr.es- of. political action, liberty 1nos Wo passed over somo very lo a field. Pricos of oats and hay withlu the law3 of the land, liberty God, liberty from tyranrough roads through the Green Itlv-e- r at tho present time oats 60c and to worship Aftor getting to the Bow-Vn- g hay in tho bale IS por ton. All this ny, oppression, slavery; liberty of breaks and Green and Nashville pike we stuff Is consumed in the cotton belt. opinion. Tako away liberty ia no United States. fairly good going. Wo nood had Montgomery county is tho garden there A "controlled" press is a blow at the farmers prospects being good spot of the South as far as I havo is a acrnra tho stale and &tock of all seen. Somo of its advantages aro liberty. A great newspaper kinds looked In good condition. The. these: It has the appearance of a public institution. Ita owners, pubcountry school buildings wore all in healthy place; its schools- and roads lishers, and editors havo tho Amerliberty to their opinions, good repair, and many children woro surpass any ono county I havo ever ican right of personal and political; they have no or fh ir way to pohool. . t been In, in the United Stales. The attempt to color tho , My inquiry of land prices 'were county now has ton consolidated moral right to suprea-slo- n RiirpilslnC considering thf quality schools, having built three this year. thoughts of their readers by or alteration of the truth. A ant amount of waste land around I had tho pleasure of attending tho per ncro. hut tobacco la a val- dedication of two, an audience of at newspaper which suppresses truth, or $100 Passing on down thru ono which change truth to lies Tor uable crop least ono thousand at each placo. A the night at moro intelligent and its own purpose Is no newspaper. It wo spent apSpring Hill. Tonn. We find quite a pearance I hava never boon nblo to is meroly then a mouthpiece. Great newspapers aro oxponslvo, g. jrt deal of tobacco growing in meet. Tho buildings are built on cot-- ti 'thoy roqulro vast capital to conduct. ti em Tennessee and some in, Spanlrih mission stylo, largo nnd Aftor the As such they can bo controlled if i, there and near Nanhvlllo. lootny and modem in every respect. Nuihvillo wo passed ituru Buildings- nil well built with good there is Interest enough behind thorn f UC there la not moncotton Maids In which' they uiatorial and largo grounds. .. Tho to buy them. But busy picking the first furnlnhlngs of thoso buldlngs sur- ey enough in America to buy and Aery TUey usually pick the Held ov- pass anything 1 havo seen and tho control all the papors of the United D Tho fields look vory pupils aro all conveyed by motor bus. Stutos. Tho country press, tho smalln e timed. county-sea- t ..tiful when the eouon Is fully Everything iu freo and paid for at a er papors, the weeklio3, tho appearance of papors, aro too numoious and 'oped having the d tax of 90 cents on tho one bundled with patriotic Amertwo ,u on the stalks and brancheB ownors and editors to bo bought. grass and troes dollar. ican v "i the Kroan of Tho schools all throughNtho state Against tho ovlls of a controlled , a i background. for, Including c,ois are Eonornlly good thru snem to bo well cared people. Some press the American people must of VL'ry' eof1, tboo of the colored fight, und fight hard; T omnsee "! adR walu bat- - vill say. "Wlnt about tho negro?" losing tho battlo Is lo sea this coun fflrk "" W f paastd directly through tho Franklin, Tonu. It Is My unhwor Is1: "Ho la harmless and t try a Nomocracy only in name, an (.eld of aro many induBtrlouu.'both In thft town and In 0ijKarcj,y in fact. In that battle tho f r.ugo to say that tharo wages nio low tol(1 artniory and skirmish line, the bo scon yot. the country." Ilia to k of the battlo to Wages DOo h trencli diggers and tho udvanco and labor plentiful. p.,sslnK on down the pike from of tho day for tho common laborer, ?l0KUanj js tl0 country proas. Hill, we como to Homo , that per day for baying' and picking oot-- ' Tuu jamo 0i truth Is white hot! t beautiful country homes ir ton. They aro slow but they are out ,m(l fatal to ovn, ever beon my lot to sue. i with the inulo and hoo every day by iiHCjy the peoplo who read the d tine looking bouses standing far daylight in the morning. While this' by jounmi 0f a man unnfrald of it! on the giounrts, surrounded l Kk miles of wear. yiaffk II many of in a fino country for selling nnd j,eat; fortunto tho editor who can1 forest tros, A great aro seldom mo- - look nj9 rca(erB la tho face und aa us many as from ton raising poultry .they I tbr atds havo everything lebtod, Chickens und turkoya do ..j keop tho noiy fro." tr forty acre In thorn and """ j r- -, especially well hero. condition, nicely s In u in. a good UKAVtill WAH There ia u road boing built over our luuch ato law tied. Passing on wo Qn the route we went, on down through Miss Lockye Austin, left Sunday to ia tka kfflJlxm the noi thorn lino of Alabama. fuli-- Florida. ; begin school nt Sprlngridgo. tho Tennessee river is a down to Corck in the j Kindly youra, crossing the air. and Mrs. Guy Muffett spent ood country. After m&wflm FUANK HAYS. Saturday night and Sunday v,JtuiMr j coun- r we found a good tannine are now. (Ohilsman, 111., Weekly Courier.) Muffett's parents, at Dundou. from Do-- .. be sold to AfUr ntt? mile out iv Mr. Loney Martin of iart(ord. waa( Mr. and Mrs. Hays were accom-- J forcstti. , wn camo to th" Pl ,o M"ut: panied on tho trip South by M,r. and' lu this city last Thursday, vlblting aU Miles per iM son, Itoynolds. of talk tirea. C" uy. Wo Una B'no county"," Mrs. Juo. A. Duke, HuyosHartford,-' hisThe uow kj uro Msin Mrs. Duke and Mrs. building, bojiy; erected ' re l, until we camo to the on the Jarulffan Addition by Elwood ociQd. All t jri .. i which Birmingham ACTON BROS. Chamber?" i if , $525.00 0. a at Vin-cem- WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS by-jur- f t, ee 4l , , ft 3 Www ae to fs A. wr m r SO w w K tl l icd-blood- It j ( Si-.- ng jjre ffi3llM3I " U .. ( B$xyjfl B$xz8 E2z9 m t,oBy ! HZftl ZtM 4. H