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The Hartford republican: October 20, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922102001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: October 20, 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. i The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. - Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV -- Subscription $1.50 per Yfc HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ton, of Owensboro, Mr. John II. Emberton, of Iledu, Mrs. P. H. Canary, Mrs. Mallndn of Clovcrport, and Canary, of Ueda. In addition to those ho Is survived by his second wlfo nnd three sisters, Mrs. Koto Knight, of Owensboro, Mrs. Amanda Howlott and Mrs. Mat Williams, of Evnnsvlllc, Ind. Ho, was n member of tho Shjukle Chnpel Methodist church, nnd a 'good citizen. Funeral services wdro held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock, by Kov. DUNDEE IS TO SECURE HANKING INSTITUTION t FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1922. NUMBER 17 2 EXPLODES; SEVEN PERSONS INJURED BEADS ODD.LY STRUNG maintained, painful (Ily I. D. Claire) Onco in a long while column conductors,' like Fluke, Malcom llallcy will and yours very respectfully, drift on to a real clever paragraph. Fluke struck a harmony cord In that Doc Riley story last week. But most of tho credit Is duo Doc, for, after all, It was his Invention. You fcee, I know tho inside workings of the column conductors,'' nnd the bet ter you know how things are dono for tho less roveronco you have them. v I. IV. S. Largest Dirigible Destroyed 'At San Antonio, Tex. k dirigible " Va., was burned today and seven .parsons wore Injured, according to Major II. A. StrJuss, commander of ship. Tho accident was tho duo, primarily to tho pulling out of tho fabric of the envelope during a strong wind. A' bonrd of Inquiry was appointed by Major Royce. commander of tho acBrooks Field, to Investigate Tho ship, which Major cident. .Strauss Bald was valued at possibly $70,000, originally cost tho government $270,000. Tho seven men', five nrmy officers nnd two newspaper men Injured, tonight were reported not seriously hurt. . Sari Antonio, Tex., Oct. 17,-T- ho tho .United States ar T. T. Frazler, of Hartford, at Mt. roy's boat and largest "blimp" on it Hurman, and tho remains deposited flight from " return in tho church cemetery. Jlois Field, Crtl., to Lahglcy Field, C-- 2. trans-continent- al HARTFORD HIGH WINS . GAME FROM LIVKRMOKE Tho local School loam nnd Llver-mor- o staged a protty game at tho local park Friday afternoon of last wcok. Llvormoro has a good baseball team' and a nlco bunch of boys, but Hartford's got th& best pitching mill n'nhnitA In flnldlnc. resulting In (tho score of 6 to" 3 In favor of Hart ford. "Little" llalze wont tho route for the locals and got In bad only in one frame, whon tho visitors filled the bags, and as wo rom,embor, made all of their tallies after two had died route, the next by the strike-oLlyittcr lnndlng for a good, long smack which ordinarily would havo bon caught, but the fielders happened to bo playing in tho wrong position. Shults started receiving for the locals hut was forced to retire during the game, on account of an in favor of Ashby, injured hand. Friday's contost was tho second cap tured from Llvermoro. White, who has been holding the first bag for tho locals was not In tho game, Crowe, tho regular short-fiel- d perfo'rmor, went to first and Likens, who had not been playing with tho team, went to short. ut Citizens of Dundeo and surrounding country havo perfected plans for the organization of a bank at that place. Tho capital stock of tho Institution Is $15,000, of which all'wUl bo paid In prior to the dato of commencing business which has 'been tentatively fixed for December 1st. Garfield Drown, who was, reared nor Mngan, this County, but who In tho banking has been engaged business In the South during the past been elected several yuars has Cashier and Porter McDowell, President. The 1lo3rd of directors, as designated, is to be composed of Dr. J. A. Duff, C. C. King, J. A. Edge,, J. B. Mitcholl, Martin Nabors, Porter McDowell and Garfield Brown. Articles of Incorporation of tho new bank, which will bo known by the corporate .nnrne of "Rough River in the Dank havo been recorded County Clerk's Offlco and a copy transmitted to tho Secretary of Stato. and tire reaction brings "PROSPERITY SURE" nud wretched disappointSAYS BIG BUSINESS" ment. The sill: stocking will go, but only after woman has reached tho limit of endurance In robbing her Country Making Rapid Strides To Return. to Good Times stomfTch to adorn her legs. o WALKER L. PARK Mr. Walker L. Park, n well known citizen of Ohio county, who has beon afflicted with pUlagra for the past three years and In caro of thc Western Stato Hospital, Hopklnsvlllc, Ky., died at that Institution Wednesday, October 11th. His remains were brought home for burial and Interred in tho Taylor Mines Cemetery, Friday, October 13th. He was a kind husband', loving father and devoted Christian, having professsd faith in Christ and Joined the Church at the age of twenty; forty years of his life was given In the service of the Lord, being sixty years when he departed old this life. He 'leaves a widow, tvo daughters, Miss Blanche Park and Mrs. Claud s, Bratcher, two sons Wavlo and and one brother Milton Park of and a host of friends Contertown. to mourn his loss. ,' Ar-les- la making my will I'm going to cut that boy of mlno off with Just a few thousand dollars. The little rascal has talked so much baseball about ,the house that I actually found myself reading reports of tho world scries. It's a caoe of a boy corrupting his parent, and ho ought to bepunUhed. Buddy McPhcag thinks of a heap of things that escape the most of ur. We worti talking about the weather the other day when I thought I was pulling something smart by remarking that Noah was tho greatest weather prophet In all history; re ferring to the fact that ho predicted tho flood forty years In advance, "Noah had n hunch a weather predictions," Uuddy commented, "but he mado a gocd many blunders when ho was loading up the Ark." And when I asked why, he continued, "Jii3t look ITow stupid ho w:ia to let In the snake3 and bedbugs and all thenx sort of things. Of course he ain't to blame for the sharks and the seacerponts, because they could swim,, but he could have had Missus Noah stand around with a bush and a kept the flies and mosqultos from gettlngn. through the windows." o i MILS. MAGGIE IIHOADS IS VIOTLM OF TYPHOID l'rrpnriiiK for Flight 2 was preparing to make a flight ovor San Antonio for tho benefit of four newspaper reporters nnd eight army officers of headquarters Eighth corps area at Fort Sam Houston. It had Just been pulled out of tho hnngur about half way, when a gust of wind, estimated by Major Strauss at not moro than fifteen Tho C-- miles velocity, swung the ship 'around. "A strong puff came, dragging the bag along tho ground,"- said Major Strauss written atntomont regarding the uccldent. "I ordore'd the hlp back Into the hangar. Just as 'wo started another gust came and tho fabric, to which tho windward handling guy was nttached, pulled loose, another handling guy broko under tho sudden pressure nnd tho third handling guy failed, roloaslng tho bag and permitting It to swing to leeward Into tho concroto struc (uro at the base of the hangar door The bag was torn. "As the bag became loose, tho car broke In two pieces. Thirty seconds After the car broke, tho hydrogen . "" in tho envelope caught fire due to tho hole and rapid Influx of nlr. When this occurred ull personnel on board was clear of the ship nud Injuries suffered were caused by dropping or falling from the car prior to or Just after It had lodged on tho concrete structuro of the hangar door. "Tho ship lnd been In perfect condition during tho continental flight, nd tho cross wind was not of such velocity as would cause any trouble lnandling. which has result. "This accident, ed so disastrously for the C-- 2 Itself, Is due primarily to the pulling out of tbovfabrlc of the envelope. If this 1 lind not occurred tho ship undoubt edly would have been safe.!)' mauou- Tered back Into "tho hangar." . - - TAYLOR LEACH ( Miss Uettye Martyno Taylor, of Cromwell, and Mr. Clay Leach, of Heaver Dam, were' married Saturday night, October 14, the Ilev. Sherman Jtlggs, crformlng tho ceremony, thut made tho two young hearts beat as. one. ( ' The brldo Is a dnughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Taylor, and la a vory popular young lady. She attended " High School at Hartford In 1020-2snnd has many friends bore. Tho groom Is a son of Mrand Mrs. J. .N. Leacji, and Is a successful young 1, farmer. ,They hao tho best wishes many friends, for a long and ous life together. , of their prosper- m DANIEL P. EMBERTON 1HKS Daniel P. Kmbertou, aged 79 years months nnd 2G days, died at his homo In tho Beda community, Saturday nrtornoon, of n disease of tho D heart. t 'f January lju Ann Donham, which took place 28. 1865, who preceded him the Brave 23 years ago. iu wn fn union wero born six children, of whom two sons nnd two dnughtors survive. Thoy are 'Mr. J, T. Ember- was tvlce married, ihn first marrlag. being to Miss Ju- Mr. Emberton , , Mrs. Maggie Rhoads, wife of Mr. Sam Ilhoad3. died at their homo at U u ford Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock after three weeks Illness of typhoid. Sho was 46 years, 7 months and 18 days of age, and a daughter of the late Sam RIcheson, and Mrs. RIcheson. She was a member of the Mt. Car-el Daptlst church at Duford, and a devoted christian, wlfo and mother. Among surviving relatives are her husband, eight children, four sons, and four daughters, two grandchll-- , dtcn, her mother, four brothers and three sisters. Funeral services .were held at Mt. Carmel Monday nfternoon at one o'clock, with the Rev. Williams, pastor of th: Eaton Memorial Daptlst Church, Owoasboro, officiating. Her MKS. CHARLOTTE TAYLOK remains wore then laid to rest In the A group of us on the Watterson Mrs. Charlotte Taylor, aged 87 church cemetery. Mezzanine the other night fell to -- , years, 4 ino one half months, died discussing tho great surprises of HONORING MISS COOK at the homo of Miss Mamie Dennett, history, whon tho wit of the group in Hartford, Tiusdny morning, Oct. remarked that ho hnd always One of tho most enjoyable events thought Father Adam had the most 17, of heart troublo together with other complications due to her ad- of the season was an informal card remarkable surprise ot all tlmo. vanced go. Mrs. Taylor was the party given Friday evening October "Just 'think," said ho, "what must daughtor of the late Mr- - and Mrs. 13th, by Mrs. John Pendleton Tay- have been the old man's surprise Ignatius P. Statclcr, one of Ohio lor, In honor of her sister, Miss when ho saw the first sunset. Experi County's most promluent and pioneer Margaret Estha Cook of "Vicksburg, ence had not yet taught him tho families. She was born noar Ileth-- el Miss. Soveral games of 500 were movements of. the planets, and he nnd spent her entire life In Ohio played at the conclusion of which must havo watched old Sol go down County.. Her husband, John A. hand nude handkerchiefs were pre- with soro misgivings that ho would Taylor, with whom sho was married sented to Miss Leila Glenn and Mr. never appear again," upon the. delivin early life, precded her in death Edward Duke, makers of the high- ery of which one of the party sug-gstsome 25 yeais. She was a devoted est scores. Hint wo repair to tho nearest The guests were then Invited to soft drink stand. member of tho Mothodlst church, of( a hospltablo and' kindly disposition assemble In the dining room which and us fine n type of christian wo- was decorated with a1 profusion of I como in dally contact with promanhood of real worth as could b. flowers, the color scheme, gold and hibition enforcement officer's, and rose, predominating. Tho table In found within the community. I hear them recount some remarkaTho deceased lady had made her tho center of the room was a vision ble experiences. Ono pf the- - most homo during the past several years of beauty, tall roso colored candles amusing of these was told me yesterwith her nleco, Miss Bennett, where In flligfeed silver shades cast a soft day. The officer said they these iio passed nway. Funeral services gleam over tho gold and roso chrys- fellows llko wolves hunt In packs by Rev. T.T, Frazler anthemums that lay upon the white wero conducted had arrested n hill man and destroythe tiny from tho homo Wodnesday aitornoon cloth, and ed his outfit, when ho said to them, baskots with saucy butterfly handles. nt 2:30. Interment took, place In "Boys, I haven't any grievance Tho place cards wore mo3t approOnkwood Cemetery. bearing an original against you fellows, In fact you are There Is surviving ono brother, priate, each my friends. If you boys wero to V. P. Stnteler, of Llvormora nnd a rhyme combined with tho owners quit raiding moonshlno would go name that produced peals of laugh number of nieces and nephews. to- fifty' cents a gallon, and a ter when read aloud. Covors were down there would not be any money In the HENRY M. AKHIIY laid fur 15 and the daintiest of YIELDS TO .MALADY lunches was served to tho following business for pie or anybody else." t guets: Misses Margaret Estha Cook, Now thut Bounds funny, but It Is, aged 64 Vicksburg, Miss., Lolia Glenn, Mil after all, sound sonse. Mr, Henry M. Ashby, years, month iand 26 days, died at dred Stevenson and Anna Rhea CarA rich Easterner is going to on ila hnmn iinnr Citnnvilnln nt R.Aft n I son, city; Messrs. Paxton Casebler, in:, Friday, October 13 of dropsy, Heaver Dam, James Glenn, Elijah dow a medical collogo, before tho from which ho had been, suffering for Thomas, Parke Taylor, Edward studonts of which, evtry type of pruc sumo time. Ho had been In ill Duke, and J. Glenn Barnes. Mrs. A tltlonor may lay his pet theory for health for six years, and had been D. Kirk, Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy BarnhlH, healing the sick. Tho allopath, tho homeopath, tho tho "osteopath, confined to his bed, the greatest por- Mr. nnd Mrs. John P. Taylor, city. chiropractic, tho eclectic, the eccention of tho past three years. 3 tric, tho root and herbs man and the RALPH KENDALL Mr. As'hby wa3 a member of v tho r, togother with the spell- Christian Church, and n woll respect of Reaver worker and tho magician, may alterMiss Connyo Ralph, Is survived by his ed cltlzon. Ho Dam, .and Mr. Poto Kendall, of Ma- nate In lecturing to tho bewildered wife and two sons. And then may tho Lord studonts. no- - rlon, 111., motored to Owensboro last tho After funorul services, mulns were laid to restlu tho bury-in- Saturday, where they wero Joined in have mercy on the luckless patients' of this product of the doctor factory. thu holy bonds of matrimony. grounds, at Dcthel, Saturday. ' -The brldo is a daughtor of Mr. and Tho rest of mankind do not JustCIKAU RUN .Mrs. James T. Ralph, and a very popular young lady. The groom Is ly appreciate the tremendous dobt Mrs. Florence Park, who has been un industrious and popular young thoy owe to the Russian peoplo. Just y visiting relatives In Ohio for four num. when a world was drifting v anarchy, the Russians obligweeks, returned homo last Friday. They have the best wishes af toward ' a their many friends for a long and ingly tried out tho disastrous experih building Wllburn Hoover ment, and nro paying an awful penalnew house on the land rocently pur- happy married life N ty for the objpet Jesson thoy aro fur , chased of his father, HAIiLOWK'RS' PARTY nishing to tho human race. Mr3. Fanny Murr.ay is at tho bod-slof her brother; Robert Crowe, In Perbpa no :rnter single misforUg euro tnd make your plans t" Owensboro,' who Is very 111 of ty' attend the Hallowe'en party; at tho tune can befall a nation of peoplo phoid. , Mr. and Mrs. Dave' Havenor, of High SehooJ Auditorium, clvon by than periodic occurrences of lavish Hetltn, attended church at Union the Homo Economics Class, Tucs-tlu- y prosperity. . It forms habits and evening, Oct. 31, 7:C0 to 10:'30. creates tastes that can not bo longj Grove Sunday. ni ed roue-colorfnlth-hcale- - ; KNJOYAHLK OCCASION The social meeting held at tho Methodist church last Saturday evening, by the S. S. Class of Judge Wilson, was largely attended and highly enjoyed by all. The class is composed entirely of wpmen cud tho married members had their husbands present as guests In addition to quite a numbar or other guosts. A splondld dinner was served after which contests wore engaged In which afforded pretty good brnin tests. Paper containing the picture of various objects va3 cut In half and the drawing and matching of tbs cut parts determined as to Who were partners or companions at dinner, and for the evening. JNANANJAN NTYOGI AT BAPTIST CHURCH Washington, Oct. 19 (Capital News Service). From all sides comes assurance- thnt the country is making' rapid progress towards a which will spoil full dinner pal., con bins, and bank accounts. Roger W. Babsou, noted statistician, sees that wo aro at the beginning of an upward swing to a. peak of prosperity which will not bor r. ached for two years at least. B. C. Forbes has charts and figures-- 1, to provo that the country Is but cy torlng tho period of good times from the period of bad times which wero' tho reaction from war Inflation. Tho Department of Labor finds-tha- t tire Nation is calling for labor, and that tho 'unemployment eituation of a few months ago Is so altered, as-t- o bo unrecognizable. The coal strike? Is over and whllo-co- al will not be plontlful, therefamjno or fuel hardship in sight Textile Btrlkcs In Now England aro rapidly being settUd; th railroad strike Is "off" so far as the carriers-anthe public nro concerned; and the steel Industries show a largo unfilled tonnage and increase in employment. Building construction nil over t has taken a now loaso life, and the housing shortage whiclu , Is practically Nation wide, is being to some extant relieved if not cured., Tho new tariffs have not yot prov--- ed as upsetting in financial circles as its opponents prophesied, and nt announcement of tho Government that no new taxes wero in prospect, and tho shelving of bill idea for an lndefnlto period havo romoved the spectro of lncresed Income taxes. la-n- o ntry the-recethe-bonu- s fit ot, ' t wy LOUISVttLE. MARKETS - r nananjan Niyogi, of Calcutta, India, a social and temperance lecturer and organizer spoko at tho' Hartford Baptist Church Wednesday evening to a packed house. His main topic was "India Cursed by Strong Drink." The Hindu handled his subject In such a manner as to arouse faorablo comment from the large audience present. Gdbrge W Morrow, D. D., of Detroit, Mich., also delivered a short address which was likewise well received. o-AVIHTTEN Miss Olllo ANTHONY Whltten and Mr. Del-be- rt Anthony, popular young peoplo of Fordsvllle, carae to Hartford .Tuesday, procured a marriage license and wero joined In wedlock, at tho Methodist parsonage, tho Rov. T. T. Frazler, pastor, officiating. Tho brldo Is the daughtor of Mr. and Mrs. W. Whltten, whllo the groom Is the 'son of Mr.' and Mrs. Reece Anthony. s Cattle Midweek trade ruled dull and Inactive on most classes, andIn between kinds wore hard to dlsposty of at weaker rates. Light demand for the best handyweight butchern; others slow and draggy at low day. Few prime heavy steers offered medium to good'stcers, slow at Monday's law time. Good outlet continues for tho best quality stockcrs. and feeders, but medium and common stockers aro.plratlful and extremely hard to dispose of at lowor prices. Milk cow trade about steady. Quotation. Prime heavy steers f 8 S.50;heavy shipping steers $7,250 8; medium to good steers, ?67.2C; heifers, $4,5007.25; fat cows $4.27 5.50; medium to good cows $3 4.25; cutters, $2.503; canners, ?2 2.50; bulls, $2005; feeders, $5.-50-07; stockers, ?3. 5006. 50; milch, timo-openin- g T t cows o LITCHFIELD Miss MORRIS Alllo Reed Litchfield, of Princeton. Ky., nnd Mr. O. M. Harris, of Water Valley, Ky., a student at Bowling Green, wero married Tuesday nfternoon ly the Rev. James A, Chandlers, pastnr of the State Street Mothodlst church. Tho brldo is a daughter of the Rev. A. D. Litchfield, pastor of the Methodist LoulsvlUj' ut Princeton. church Herald. , STINNETT BENNETT ' V war-wear- Miss Helen Stinnett, of Duford, and Mr. Jno. L. Bennett, "f Llvln, wore married In Llvermoro Sunday. The Rev. E. S. Moore performed the ceromony. The bride Is adaughtor of Mri and Mrs. W. L. Stlunott. while tho groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. Both of the contracting parties ore popular young people. m Mr. and Mrs, Smith Hoover and rg, de children, Darrell and Virginia, of Tenn., arrived In Hartford Filday nfternoon of last weok, to bo tho guests of Mr. Hoover's parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Hoover, and other relatives, They went to Central City Sunday, to Visit relatives. Is 50c higher. Calves Market Best eals $10 down; medium and common calves $3 6. Hogs Market is steady on all grades except medium and lights, which sold 10c higher. Top hogs, 200 pounds up, $9.65; 120 to 200 pounds $9.35; pigs, 120 pounds down, $8.75; thrqwouts $S down. unSheep and Lambs--Tradchanged with a good active domand for tho best lambs at $12 down; seconds $7 08. Tho best, fat light sheep, $4.50 down, heavy sheep, ?3 down; bucks $2.5,0 03. IliitU'i, Eggs nnd Poultry Buying prices ne-- t to shipper tho shipper paying freight and dray age. charges aro: ,v Butter Country packing stock 19 ; cents lb. Eggs Candled firsts 34c doz.; seconds 23c. . poultry Hens 16 017c lb; sprintr chickens largo 15c lb.; small 20c lb.; roosters 7c lb.; ducks 15c tb.; goose.. 13014c lb.; turkeys.. No. 1. 33c old 25c each; young guineas-1V-4 to 2 )bs., 5Qc each. (i'riiln Those prices are quoted in cariots. In bulk track, Loulsyltlo Wheat No. 2 r6d, $1.24 bu. wagon wheat 3c bu. less. Corn No. 2 ,white, 81o; No. 2' yollow. Sic; No 2 mixed 81c. Oats No. 2 white, 4S&C; No. 3 white, 49c. o s, ?2060. i a o- - ' , - Roach, Hartford Chester Route 1, was n welcome caller at this office yestorday Mr. i i""? HHMW1I ipmmmmmnj"!! MMMMflCnE'li PKUPOSHH R. R. WILL ro branch, which would mean tho DAVIS URGE RAIL opening up of n now Pacific Coast .y&rrwjwnwaj sla'SZgf, ., fJuiVUlS1' WWftgaWlWHWIM"1''11 mi routo from Denver to Los Angeles BOARD ABOLISHMENT bo 300 or 400 miles shortthan any existing transcontinener tal route. This road would traverse will the most scenic section of the Itocky San Juan Basin In States Mountains, carrying tho tourists al- Secretary's Plca Indicates Legislation To Be . most beneath the overhanging cliffs Of Southwest Will of the Mesa Vordo National Park In Asked For. Flourish c new Qoodjtar which aro found some' of tho best Crosi'IM Tread Cord preserved and most wonderful cliff dwellers' ruins that have ever been Athens, 0., Oct. 14. Tho adminisDurango, Col., Oct. 14. A vast uncovered In North or South Ameri- tration's progranv, for doallng with mplre of undeveloped land In .South- ca. tuturo railroad ltvur controversies western Colorado, Northwestern Now Ono of the greatest development was revealed In a 'speech hero toMexico and Southeastern Utah will cuiiipalgnn In tho history of tho West night by Secretary of Labor Davis. be opounl up with the building of Is oxpected to result from, the buildIn a nutshell, Secretary Davis flatwhat will bo known as the San Junn ing of the San Juan Railroad, and It ly advocated tho abolition of the ttalroad, In the ballet of business is bolival that tho "Basin" will Railroad Labor Hoard created unloadors In the San Juan basin. evontually swell Its 30,000 populader tho act nnd retho road, Plans for financing tion to the several hundred thousand storation of the system, of mediation which will run from Durango, Cnl., that it can easily acenmmodte. and conciliation under tho former to Galup, N. M were complot.l at g Newlands nnd Eardman acts. and of citizen hero a Tread Cord in the The new Goodyear Cross-Ri- b fiidlgc.ttion, Illllouiu'ss, Constipation The secretary's carefully prepared start soon. inch clincher type is a tire that the small car owner will Chaberlatn's Tablets have restor- outllno of the administration's policy Tho San Juan basin which will be warmly welcome. ed to health nnd happiness hundreds was accepted as Indicating thnt leg"tapped" by tho n'w r.illroud, covwho were, afflicted with indigestion, islation to carry it It gives him, at a price lower than the net price he is asked Into effect will be ers n n area of 30 U00 square miles biliousness and constipation. If you Introduced and pressed at the comto pay for many "long discount" tires, every advantage erf and Is cunMdoie-r- t cue of the richest aro troubled in this way give them ing session of Congress. quality cord tire performance, for it is a quality tire through areas of natural resources In tho a trial. Yoti are certain to bo pleas- Thero ha9 been n genoral demand United States. and through. - m In Congress ii ior iney win oonorit you. for somo time tor dras long-stapl- e It t in Koourccs. cotton; it embodies die It is made of high-grad- e tic modification of tho Of the 20,000,000 acres In the KXPLOSION SPKKADS DKATH. tread , reliable Goodyear quality of materials; its clean-cu- t net. This sentiment has been Basin there are 8,000,000 acres of engages the road like a cogwheel. echoed In tho campaign by former coal lands, 3,000,000 acres of Irri Tho cxploslou caused by lightning wide SenntoT Albert J. Boverldse--, of In The scientific distribution of rubber in this good-size- d gable land, with nlno striking Falconara fort near Spezla, contour gives a thick, broad center rib and the semi-fla- t streams, providing ample wator, and Italy, llftsd off the top of the hill on diana, again running for the Senate surface that is exceedingly slow to wear. 1,500,000 acres of metnllferous land. which tho fort was located and de- on tho Republican tlckot. Neither tho railroads nor tho The remaining ?creage Is In timber stroyed everything within a radius The tough tread stock in this tire is carried down the side-wal- ls and what are termed "dry farms" of 10 miles. Practically the ontlro unions havo boen satisfied with the to an extraorclear to the bead, making it rut-proland. The latter, howover, com- naval garrison was killed, more than labor board, particularly since tho dinary degree. shopmen's strlko was called. prise some excellent farm lands. 140 dead resulting from tho blowPrefacing his remarks with assurIn every particular it is a representative Goodyear product, Almost evry kind of grain and ing up of tho 1,500 tons of explosives. Goodyear reputation. can bn grown in tho Unit- The towns of San Tsronzo and Pltelli ance that President Harding "wants built to safeguard the world-wid- e fruit that machinery provided that will Insure ed States can be raised on tho fertilo on the gulf of Spezla were badly Despite its high quality, and the expertness of its construe soil of the rich valleys of th? basin, damaged,- - whilo proporty In a wide to workers not only In transportation ' tion, it sells at a price as low or lower than that of tire in other Industry, an adequate jt Is claimed, and In the western sec area bordering the gulf suffered se- but which lack its important features. untion of the basin, near Montlcello, verely. The explosion occurred dur wage that will make strlke3 land U found ing a violent storm which did much' necessary. Secretary Davis said: Utah, flue hard-wheThe 30x3yi inch Cross-Ri- b "I am confident that every IndusIn abundance. damage to the crops. Cord rlinrftrr trial dispute can be SEttled If both by the United It is estimated sides will sit down in a spirit of fairStates Geological Survey that there 28 POUKKItS GAIN l.OSO This frict indudtt tntnuarlurrr's txcitt ness and justice to discuss the mataro 5,000,000,000 board feet of tini- POUNDS IN Tread Cord Tires are also made in 6, 7 mid 8 inch sizes for trmcks- Goodyear Crass-Bi- b TRIAL ters at Issue around tho council ta- . ber on the mountain slopes of the I. In ttirltory. ' Lexington, Ky., Oct. 14. Market . .. ,, . , uu ucuuivu no v.in UlhUllJ mi At In the Sllverton, Ouray and Tellu-rld- u ,. liums 'i" uu ivu lur .ta siiunl a iinm districts, included within tho as a month and still make mioney for nble, to discover tho wisdom of .,any , ., ACTON BROTHERS, iKiri.ia.iii BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY, boundaries of tho San Juan basin, tholr owners, according to results ob- - such InofltnMnn n - fhn Tfnlli'n'iil T.1hil " aro found some of the richest gold tatned by W. P. Wilson, a Pulaski """" Hartford, Ky. Beaver Dam, Ky. ddinK: and silver mln03 In Colorado, as well county farmer living near Nancy.who Bo!lrd' To n,y min'1 the experience of tho. as copper, lead and zinc mines. hii just finis-hoa hog feeding test i demonstrate.! that It Is Various sections of the basin J,oarl which he carried out lu f tnlflllinij tho high hopes first-clas- s grazing for live stock, with County Agent W. C. Wilson and !ucaPabl and the mountains and parks pro- the extension division of tho College i)i mose who pruiiusm hiiu supportpeace, vide wonderful scenic beauties. of Agriculture. Despite the fact that ed it as a means of Industrial It has- - tho efOne of the largest natural gas they wero fed only 30 days, the 28 on tho railroads ftgMOTBBgnr.sgsa wells In the Kocky Mountain region pure bred Hampshlres used in the' fect of making every petty trade a matter for federal was brought In recently south of a profit of $29.25. This disagreement test made and within the confines of tho return of mnrn than a dollar an an- -i determination. Ono of the dlfflcul- - IRELAND CHAMPION correspondents, fn Ir land checks heat promotes rapid spoiling. 2. many more. basin there are also valuable, stono linalis said to be good in view of thetles encountered by tho board has Trim hams, shoulders and bacon neatRUMOR DISPENSER g quarries. ly. Fat edge3 do not muko a good short feeding period. During the 30 been tho lack of any conciliatory agency in consideration of minor lloutl Itself Snssdl Project. r.niDi: uncus ihijli; cun-product. They should be rendays, thei 28 hogs made a total gain GHOOM AND KILI.S HIM dered Into lard or mado Into sausage. Construction of the new railroad, a of 1,030 pounds, or 36. 8 pounds each, disputes up tq the time they reach HrUiiiRfors Losing Ground Ah Fore! comparatively small undertaking in which was an average daily gain of the board Itself." 3. Put a heavy layer of salt on most Factory Of IlascICMt Geneva. Oct. 14. A young Ital'ati each layor of meat, or bury the meat Itself) will Involve the expenditure 1.22 pounds, for each animal. Report. ; In his first domestic quarrel mot In salt, as It Is bolng packed In a of approximately $3,000,000. A syndeath at the hands of his bride truut large churn or oak barrel. 4. Two dicate headed by Los Angeles men A girl wroto a composition about FOR FLETCHER'S Dublin, Oct. 14. lllclslngfors a. blow with a IliUle. Ir. behind the project, aided by hundays for each pound are required for "Grant's Work In tho Civil War." has been the great European runfor The- young Italian arrived at Lake a siuglo pleco to cutq. dreds of laud owners in region. The Sho got on most credibly until sho That Is, a factory ever since Russln revolted. Como on his honoymoon. He toad will not ou-- provldp an outlet reached Lee's surrender at Appomatham should cure 20 days. TilPE'S DARKEST MOJIKNT. Now Dublin bids fair to displace In a trivial qnarrol with his A curing day Is any ono In which tho for farm products and manufactured tox Courthouso. She then related and gartur the honors for brldo. Heated words passed. The . articles, but may result in the Den- how Leo wore his sword and was temperature is above C. A. fashionable wedding was being number and quality of rumors. woman, exasperated, threw a heavy After tho meat Is removed from-thver and Rio Grande Western Rail- handsomely attired in full uniform, celebrated In Philadelphia at one of Thero are rumors of every sort In metal-boun- d nible at her husband, road changing to a broad gauffj "while Grant," she announced, "had the exclusive social clubs. One cou- Dublin, and tho whlsporlng circles striking him on the tomplo and kill- salt, brush off the enraty layer, wash In luko warm water, hang up and let on nothing but a ragged, Union suit." ple track the present Alamosa-Duraarrived very early, and In alight- spread' these Irresponsible reports ing him Instantly. drip for 12 hours. 6. Smoke with gentlomau with tlls greatest avidity. ing from the auto the hard wood, hickory preferred, for slipped "and ripped his trousers In a Ono of the choicest rumor reWhen the chc3t fuels on fire ami riltmtt ttlv rinva . to It ii. it very noticeable manner. His wife cently circulated with thnt Lloyd tho throat burns, you have indlges-- 1 , an ""'"Z I v warm amber color. Ann hurried him into tho ladles' re- Georgo was spending several days Hon. and you need HEIWINE to got tiring room." Owing to their early the guoKt or Ersklne Childers, leadbr, rid of tho disagreeable feeling. It sorghum molasses to meat until all pores aro filled. S. Lot hang severarrival, thero was no ono In this of tho Irregulars, In tho irregular j drives out badly dlgostcd food. al days before making second appliroom but the maid, who was well sup headquarters in the Galtee Moun-- ; strengthens tho Btomnch and purl etc., for tains. No ono knows just whence, lie's tho bowels. Price C0c. Sold cation of molasses, ft. Wrap with plied with lioedle, thread, hoavy paper, then with muslin cloth. emergencies. Tho wife placed her the rumor camo, but since Ch'ilders by Ohio County Drug Co. hi Make Insect proof. 10. Hang la passed is regarded as a tool of English husband behind a screen; he dark, dry place with hock Joints of who are striving to wreck tho HKST MKTIIOD OF OUKIXH his trousers over to her, and alio MKAT WILL UK KXPIiAINKD hams down. Handed them to the maid for repairs. Free Stat?-- , the rumor probably ' hud been mend- came from sources desiring to dis Uofore the trousers TO ltUIIil NKW POUT. Lexington, Oct. 1 Uest meth ed a number of women wore trying credit faith In England. In- - ols (or tho home- curing of ments will room, and tho wife has been killed Dc Vnlora to get into tho A now seaport Jb to ba was trying to hold them out. At numeranlo times by rumor. H has j bo explainer to farmers In many Kt'n-bee- u i put In tucky counties during tho coming built at Gdynia Tor which the- Polish a door woumled by rumor and last she turned In despair to wintor by means of meotlngj and diet has appropriated 50,000,000 gold Just back of her husband, pulled It his death bed by rumor. marks. Hitherto tho country has dethrough, and open, shoved him didders has also been mado the demonstrations to be held by the pended on tho port of tho frcq.ctty of of Interesting rumors among! tgnslon division of the Collego of tho door. Tho husband slammed to an an- Danzig, hut owing to tho growth of pounded on the door and yelled, "For which me stories of his escape to Agriculture, according In! I'm In England and his escape to America. nouncement by Grady Seltards.swlno Polish shipping greator port facilities heaven's sake, let uio Since DanzSjr had The story Ihat Arthur Griffith died, specialist of the collegs, who will wero needed. the ballroom!" Argonaut. Mp poisoning was circulated for have charge of tho work. The meet-man- y rovlucod a profiteering spirit In tho from wooks In Ireland before It was lugs which aready havo been start fuco of Polish needs it was decided PASSION I'LAY A SUCCKHS. to build the now harbor which will With tho pbbsIou play at Obenim-murga- u eventually printed in America and ed and which will continue- until tho bo 42. feot doop whereas the harbor first of February uf noxt year, will subsequently denied. ilnlshed and all visitors Tales of all sors of atrocities aro bfi confined to thq eastern nnd west- of Danzig has a depth of only 24 It wad found that tho sumcirculated by sympathizers of both ern parts of tho state. Curing by foot. mer's work had netted nbout eA nervous use of salt and Horghum mohissua, marlui, Tho sale of books, aldos In tht- civil war. .TAILI'D FOU UISKIX; LIFE. nation solzos upon those reports and which is ono of the- oldest and most photographs and souvenirs added 4,000,000 more, while all tho shops rumors With consequent inflamed successful methods known, will be In view of tho lifrge number of advocated through tho meetings. At and restaurants in the, llttlo town hatred. parsons annually killed In tho hazTho killing of Mlchaol Collins is the present time, almost omp- -' lmii swelled bnnk accounts and employment cleaning win... w ntimntd that I IH ho subject of Daino Humor's of tho farmers in the Htuto cure- - their ardoustho labor laworwas passod In ' dows machinations, and nil sorts of tales meat by tho uho of salt alone. Bomo 315.000 visitors, Including IS, York to compel window cleanmay be heard us to tho muiinor lu The method which will bo udvo-cate- d Ni-000 Americans, camo to bed tho peralready has been tested out and ers to provldo themselves with cerwhich ho met death, 'who his assailformances, which are not to be reby a number of tain safety devices while working on peated for 10 yoars. At tho close ants woro and what has happened to found, successful farmers lu Lawrence, Iloyd aud tho putslde of high buildings. Petor of tho season an offor of more than Hum. Ireland has a very bad case of war Floyd counties lust year cured tholr Huteollck climbed up Into nn outsldo ?1.000,QOO was mailo-- for th prlv-llog- o window or a building withAfter1 seven years of almost moat by tho sorghum molassee methof filming the play, but It was nerves. constant warfare ' the Irish pooplo od while more thhu 40 farmors In out any safetyIovlco In open defiance-onot accepted, lu spite of tho fact that the IaV. Ho was arrested and any wont, Marshall county found the nnmo the amount was CO tlmos tho profits are prepared for almost and even tho wildest tales aro met method highly successful when they given his choice of a $20 flno or Imrealized. prisonment. He chose tho latter. wllh credulity. tried It out last year. censorship has been Some of tho points which Mr. The Irish "Was Solomon, wise man?" for lifted and many of tb.sso wild rumow Bollards will strees lu the meetings little Johnny. o sure that tho carcass FOR FLETCHER'S "Yes, my son. ho was very wl3e." trlcklo out to tho rest of the world, aro: SfttsJn but tbo good seuse of the newspaper Is thoroughly cooled out as animal So,uidgla. replied Mr. OPEN VAST EMPIRE that would I w vifl Mill mm wsi Escu-Cumml- A Real Cord Tire for Small Cars at a Popular Price 30x3 mass-meetin- i It-I- Esch-Cum-ml- ns treadthe of at $12.50 30-DA- Y !,. FOR SALE BY "",, I af-fo- rd I Du-ran- I at Children Cry CASTORIA - on-rag- ed Hef-slngf- ors free-zing- u- ai T A million men have turned to One Eleven dlo-har- ds t 1 - Cigarettes a firm verdict for superior quality. . - ed - .v ., two-thir- u-- cigarettes 12-sto- f Y 15 10c SsOa e Children Cry C A STO R "A At y Don't BeHigh Quality Fooled Low Price and Don't Go Together, Stick to RAIL RACKMEN GET PAY RAISE ornmont that any negotiations w to belng carried on with Do Valern or Lynch. It wns also reported that' De Vnlera had confessed to making' a mLitak In precipitating a civil wnr In Ireland, 'jiii iSsisiiVTiTMssTMWsssi 450,000 CALUMET The Economy Workers Get vance Of 2 Cents An Hour. Ad- - BAKING POWDER Never accept "Just as Good" Brands; it will only mean disappointments and failures on bake-day-, which are expensive. The wag bill of the nation's railroads was Increased and estimated $22,125,000 by a decision ot tho Rollrond Labor Board todny granting increased pny of two cents tin hour to moro than 450,000 maintenance of way Chlcago, Oct. 14. jljj " WnTCNTJtl K Calumet is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate in Price When you use it you never spoil any of the expensive ingredients used such as flour, sugar, eggs and milk. The sale of Calumet is 2V times as much as that of any other brand. BAZZXNG ft) DEST DT TEST THE WORLD'S GREATEST BIG ROAD-BUILDING POWDER bolls, etc., and has amassed a consid- all of which will bo available for tho Exact Copy of Wrapper, highway engineer TMC CINTAUR COMPANT, HCW YONK CrTY, of Fifteen to twenty years of build-In- s whom tho Board Is seeking to bavo good roads Ho ahead of the Unit- education In practical and modern ed every ono In tho Imagination of ed States. Under tho program which methods. their evil heart; thorefore, I will tho country has adopted thcro will bring upon them all 'tho words of be built, during that time 180,000 All you who havo torpid liver, this covenant, which I command miles of Improved highways which weak digestion or constipated bowthem to do, but they did them not. highwill constitute the Federal-ai- d els look out for chills, Tho season Jeremiah 11:8. . way system and an equal or greater is hero and tho air is full ot the dls-ea- te Pcnr Not tho Lord Tho Lord is germs. Tho best thing to do in I Ion go of State and local roads. my light and my salvation; Whom When tho great Job is done, the is to get your liver in good condition shall I fear? The Lord is the transportation facilities of the coun- and purify tho stomach and bowels. strencth of my life: of whom shall any other Hcrbino is the right remedy, It, try will far exceed thoso of A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Psalm 27:1. I be afraid? completely. nation, past or present, in the world. answers tho purpose Sold by The Ohio Coun The highways of tho ancient Ilomans, Price 60c. Mrs. Critic The acourtlcs are bad m whoso fams has come down thru the ty Drug Co. in this theator, aren't they? centuries, will pale by comparison. -Mrs. Shocked My dear, they are impYiVdcnu. iirn"i)j Details of this vast positively immoral. Judge. program are to be placed before the BIBLE THOUGHTS Highway Education Board at Its conme you You told Typewriter For Thif Week Largest Morning Circulation Washington October 26 to ruling. ference In were going to raise my salary last BIbU TboohtJ memorised. wCl prove . 28, Inclusive by Stat Highway week, sir. Ikmh null id uur years. of Any Kentucky Newspaper .. JAPAN FOLLOWS V. S. ginecrs and officials of the Bureau of jMpWPMMJJlflliUKE Boss I know, and I did raise It; 5$S IX CKAZE FOR RADIO but I expect to have a very hard time. ..... 1'ubllc Roads, United States Department o.f Agriculture, to whom haB to raise It this week. NEW EVERY MORNING: It is Tokio, Oct. 14. The first radio- been entrusted tho work ot planning and supervising the construction of of tho Lord's mercies that we are not phono trial in Japan has been held "Congratulate me, Jim I am en- Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is highways. The plan will consumed, because his compassions bofore representatives ot the Tokio gaged to Betty Flyrte." Federal-at- d essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news presented to cnablo tho Board to fall not- - They are new every morn- press. One company has been grantbo "I'm awfully sorry, old man, but with its ing; great is thy falthfulness.-r-La-mentatio- ns proceed authoritatively ed permission by the Government I can't conscientiously do It. I'm matter first consideration. 3:22,23, to carry on this work In the same engaged to Betty myself. work of dovlslng aids for schools DEATH OR LIFE: For if ye live way as the radio stations In tho Unit and colleges to which Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and As Mrs. Henna Heneck opened the turning for com- after (ho flesh, yo shall die;, but if ed States and a regular dally proof tho country aro Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. ye thru the Spirit do mortify tho gramme of broadcasting nows.weath-e- r door of the office she came full uppetent highway engineers. holding the stenogplace the doeds-o- f the body, yo shall live. Roreports, stock exchange prices and on her husband Officials of tho bureau With important legislation coming before Congress mans S:13. aggregate cost of tho Fed.ral-al- d music has neen started. Tho De rapher on his lap and caressing her. 0, NOW, NOW: Behold, now Is tho. partment of Communications lias re But she didn't causa, a scene. and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Joprogram alone at about $3,000,000,-00accepted time; behold, now Is the laxed Its former censorship. twenty-yea- r urnal "How do you like working for spread over tho is the daily newspaper you will need. 2 Corinthians C:2. period. They base this estlnuto on day of salvation. A local company represents sev- daddy?" she asked her daughter. . SAFE AND SANE SALVATION: an average cost of $17,000 por mile. eral American radio companies and NEWSPAPER VIEWS avorago cost, In turn, takes Into My soul, wait thou only upon God; small factories aro engaged In makTho By special arrangements we aro now able to offer sets. consideration all classes of Improv- for my oxpcctstlon Is from him. Ho ing, sending and receiving Recent church roadways from tho cheapest to only Is my rock and my salvation; Osaka will be the next city to estab- , Chicago Tribune ed THE DAILY COURIER-JOLJRNA- L mav-c- d. compel us reluctantly to relish a station, and by January 1, It scandals tho, most expensive typss. Approxi- hiils my defence; I shall not be call 'Bill Hays from the movies and Psalm 02:2.6. ot tho proposed mately Is hoped to have twelve sots InstallYE WOULD NOT: O lhat thou ed In the larger cities of the Em- start him ceaning up the churches. system, or G0.000 miles of Improved THE REPUBLICAN highways, already aro either built or hadst hearkened to my command pire. Philadelphia Ledger There is building. The program is n new ments! then had thy peace been as Both ono year, by mall, for only 95.75. some protest against tho remarriage' recent a river, and thy righteousness as tho ono. Up to comparatively Chamberlain's Cousli Honcdy but, after all, It's In tho United waves of tho sea. Isaiah 48:18. years, This remedy Is Intended1 especially of the Tnls offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but Walk LUSTS OF THE FLESH: for coughs, colds, croup and whoop- about what he deserves. States had been conducted without only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Ihdlana. New subnot fulfill special regard to a natonal system. in the Spirit, and yo shall ing cough. 'From a small beginning scriptions may. it desired, start at a latter dato, and renewals will Ashevllle Times The best soiling been constructed tho lust of tho flesh. For the fesh Its sale and use has extended to all Highways ha3 considering usteth against the Spirit, and Spirit parts ot the United States and to fiction is the oil stock salesman's date from expiration ot present ones. whoro needed without It you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The they would link up In tho against tho fesh; and these are con- many foreign countries. This alone Hue of talk. whether Gala-tiais enough to convince one that It is Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. most offectlvo manner with tho trary tho ono to tho other. 6: 16,17. Hartford Times The only part of a medlcino ot more than ordinary wholo network of roads to bd spread Send or bring your orders to this otflco. Ya YE SIIALL.BE SATISFIED: had morlti Givo it a trial and you will the nation's food supply raised by over tho Nation. Englneors m tho middleman Is. tha price, sought more to meet Immediate and shall eat In plenty, and be satisfied, find this to be the case. name ot the Lord local demands than tha broader re- and praise the y Boston Transcript It is fortunate SCHOOL CHILDREN STRIKE. quirements of tho States and nation. your God, that hath dealt wondrous-lwith you; and my people shall nevfor political prophets that so many Tho present eU among tho poqple, each person er bo ashamed. Joel 2:26, aro forgotten some chorus. program, officials of the Tho schools ot McAdoo, Pa., wero ot their predictions ' would have ?30.93, and next ajay closed as the result ot a strike by the J botoro election day arrives state, will contemplate tho conChicago Tribune There Is no rea- about nine-tentof tho popuation pupils who protested .the. electloti struction of only such roads as fit son why tho us of the bicycle should would bo dead broko and tho other Chicago Dally Nows Austria apWe offer Ono Hundred Dollars Reward of new touchers In place ot old ones. program and conInto tho national not be recognized in road building. tenth would have It all. for any caia of Catarrh thai cannot be The latter had refused to renew their pears to have an emergency from Cycle paths could be made alongside tribute to tho national system. At cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. I been taken tho same time the roads will be so by Tail's Catarrh Medicine has past thirty-Av- e contracts until they wero paid bIx which It cannot emerge. Winston-Saletho roads at little additional cost. Journal If, ( some catarrh sufferers for the selected as to sorvo tho most Imyears, and has become known as the weeks salary claimed to be due from means are not provided to keep forToledo Blade The thing to do Is requirements. With most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's last year. Most ot the pupils returnportant locul Detroit News If tho prodigal son eign liquors away from our shores Medicine acta thru the Blood on ed to school when the board ot di- to keep apermanent wave In tho red, marked modifications, tho system Catarrh the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poireturns this winter ho musn't com- - our homo Industry is going to'suffer. udoptEd lu building tho railways of son from tho Blood and healing the dis- rectors threatened to make whole- white and blue. plalu if his veal Is cold. eased portions. sale arrests for violation ot tho comtho country will be borne in nunu in After Washington Star It may s that Catarrh Brooklyn Eagle Heaping coals .of country's now Medicineyou have taken Hall'swill see a pulsory attendance law. for a short time you tho construction of the In treat Forbes Magazine The final ques- from th,e blood of the men massacred flro on an enemy's head b an exwill be main lines health. Improvement Hall's your general highways. There Start taking Catarrh Medition shall bo not, How much havo at Herrln whilo defending" their right at onrn nml get "Woll, then, why didn't ho give pensive vengeance these days. of highway communication botweon cine testimonials, free. rid of catarrh. Send for you? but, How much havo you dono? to work while earning their broxd - ot those wives an incubator I of mll03 of P. J. CHRNRY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. each onecontors and thousands in tho sweat of their faces will Sold by all Druggists, 75c. and sonio eggs?" quered Johnny. I Toledo Blado A man Is as old as g the moro sparsely Hottlod regions and The real spring a spirit etrongthcnlng tho law Kowanea tlio tune he whistles. bectlonB, "I hear that you have given up "Ha could have made a lot ot money into tho rich agricultural Improvement from the depression and putting more power In tho elthat way." Capper's Farmer. to tap afeas whoso population and singing to tho prisoners?" sysWashington Post Hero Is' final following the war'? deflation must bows of tho men solected to execute "Yes. They complained that it products will flow over the now through better prices fqr farm the law. wasn't in the ponal code." Stock- DE VALERA LOSES LEADERSHIP. proof that things aro upside down in coma tem. Europe an American tourist robbed products. Now roads will bo planned and holm Knspcr. Harrlsburgf Patriot Sometimes all According to documents captured a hotel oyer there. built thousands of miles of them Cincinnati ' Enquirer Think ot tho early bird gets Is hungry bofore Policeman, calling on Mr. Isnac-stcl- n by Free Stnto forces and rend to the whoro they will fit In most advanWashington News Th6 pessimist! whnt might happen If someone In- breakfast. at five n, m. Your storo was dall elreann by Gen. Mulcaby a distageously with tho entire program, agreement between De Valera and puts two and two together and gets vented an amplifier to be attached Tho bureau is continuing Its research broken Into last night and half your ' to the still, small voice of conscience. Toledo Blade Ono thliigjthat alLlam Lynch resulted In th& former's four, but tha optimist gots 22. wag carried off. work into most efficient methods of stock ways saves this country .duriuK a Including tho characI8aacsteln Sufferln' cats but ain't withdrawing from tho leadership ot Newark Call If all the money in crisis Is that not half the peo5rj go irregular republicans. It Waterloo Tribune If all that ter and woarlng power ot materials, I lucky? I shust marked everything the Irish was denied by the Free. State gov- - phoney money In Europe talks, that' the United States'wero equally dlvld- - craty at the sanm timci roslstlng qualities ot varying suu- - down 25 per cent. yesterday. .1 PROGRAM IN SIGHT erable rtore ot valuable information j road-bulldl- Four of nlno groups of tho United Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employes and Railroad Shop Work-or- s are affected, the largest single group bolng common laborer. Tho decision raised rites of pay from tho and thlrty-flv- o present twenty-thre- e and thirty-seve- n cents to twenty-fiv- e cents. Chairman Ben W. Hooper, of the labor hoard, In a statement said that the board based Its finding on a general upward rend In wages slnco tho board's decision of last July reducing wnges of this and othor groups of workmen. Tile decision marked n victory for th ? public group df the hoard, which proposed tho two-ceofficers In presenting their caso had demanded n virtual minimum wagS of forty-seve- n cents an hour. Whllo tho 'decision was not a review of that of last July, It was a. direct outgrowth of these, wage cuts' and the rail strikes and threatened strikes which followed. When the shopcrafts strike was declared the maintenance of way men w re also on tho vergo of walking out, but E. F. Grable, head ot tho organization, withhold action ponding an appeal to tho Labor Board for a revision of wagts. Mr. Grable was defeated for yesterday at Detro't by his organization, hla handling of tho wage controversy being one ot tho matters Involved. ( Chairman Hooper explained that about 13,000 maintenance of way employes on road In the extreme South will still receive from 17 to 23 cents an hour, they having signed agreements with the carriers to this effect and not being atfected by the nt William Cosgrave, president of tho dall elrcann, hag demonstrated his control of that body and It was made clear that the treaty with Great Britain brought back by Griffith and Collins will bo ratified. As tho treaty was debated labor members ot tho dall offered many amendments to limit the influence ot the crown In Irish affaire but all such amendments wero voted down. Irregulars havo continued to ambush national troops in the heart of Dublin. Occasional surprlso attacks have been made by the irregulars in various places -- in Ireland but without much damage. mm fcNct flnntentsl5yiuidPracli GASTORIA For Infants and Children. IrtS "If "". . .Al.UUIlui.-- u if Mothers Know That " .," aryva ill.ALSkJH ".....f I?"T ,i .. n r"- II Genuine Castoria IB ifeii simillltiniUicroodbyKula;. j Always Bears the M Vf TV I IIHILKCAL INJUNCTIONS Because straight WnlkvS(ralj;ht is the- gate, and narrow Is tho way, which leadoth into life, and few thcro he that find It. Matt. 7:14. Imagine Not Evil Tlilngi And let none of you Imagine evil In your henrts gainst his neighbor; and love no false' oath; for these are things I hate, salth tho Lord. Zech. 8:17. Not Judge not, and ye .liicl shall not be Judged; condemn not, and yo shall not be condemned, for give and ye shall be forgiven. Luke - m iii?..ra SZZZSZES. ncimcrOpium,Morphmcn Sema jixiitoSdtt Mnernl.KoTNAncoTic, &m? SZtP of QAr teM at. i 11 iy i in SJ 1 M ilailSKtSimf V$!tnrittaFUnT i.fnfiil Ck.nSlipnb-onanaDlarr2ca- Remedy fof V imd s f i " Alt Use For Over ircsulUnilherefronvjiumai., facsimile Sijnatcrcc1 J.U3J " . 6:37. Trust In tho Lonl The Lord the son of his servants; and none of them that trust in him shall Psalm 34:22. bo desolate. Fot'Miko Wiutli Cease from an- WcMt. r r"- - iu toicnrniCr.HP.B J TijflfM Thirty Years ger and forsake; fret not thyself In any wise to do evil. Pslm 37:8. Yet they obeyed Obey tlu Lord not, nor Inclined their ear, butwallv GASTORIA Which Daily Paper? The Courier Journal road-builde- rs ono-thlr- d road-bulldl- ns Federal-ald-road-buildi- bu-ro- au How's This? m Star-Couri- er road-bulldln- g, it' t J ; feMMflMM & yrywmrwfttirifim irfazSm ' HBim,fm s. and Sunday wltlTVery good attendance. Mr. Clay Leach and Miss Martyne Published Weekly by .URTKOUD PKJNTINfJ COMPANY Taylor wtro united In marrlago by. Incorporated Ilcv. IHgRj, at tho homo of Mr. Nute Havens, Saturdny afternoon. W. 8. TINSLE', Editor and Mr. John Harlcn Ratloy and Business Mnnimer. family visited Mr. Jako Leach and family Sunday. Bnterod according to law at the Miss Nellie Daugherty vIsItcdMIss .rostoftice, Hartford, Ky, as wall Bessie Leach, Saturday night. matter of tho socond class. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Havens and to children were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Address all communications Norval Leach Sunday. Toe Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUnSCUIDERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent 'xy x new address must give the olil Mdresa in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c er line, and 8c per lUe for each Insertion. nd Cards Ohltuarles. Ilesolntions At Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head lino and slgnautro, money la advance. Church Notices for services freo, "JThe Hartford Republican polntmcnt at this church Saturday STRAY STREAKS (DyFluko McFluke.) If Columbus wero to come back now could ho discover America? How do thoy txpect to operato ocean liners on a dry basis? Auction Sale Pure Bred Chickens! More than Five Hundred Showy Pure Bred Jlggs overlooked a bad thing when ho allowed rolllngplns to bo packed with their other equipage when ho nnd Maggie sailed for tho celestial lands. ex-Ki- OLATON, HOUTE 1 If Greece's comes to this Mrs. Leta Faught, of Olaton, made a trip to Beaver Dam Monday return- Country will he. operate a parlor, or a restaurant? ing in tho afternoon. " An automobllo Is reported to have It's an easy matter for a star- been stolon from 'the premises of Mr. Oscar Allen In the Horton country, athlete to get Into colloge and stay Sunday night. The car was recover- there. ed in tho forenoon of Monday on the Most of tho marcs that nvmey used highway near Taylor Mines. at other advertisements, lc per Mrs. Frances E.' Allen of Itoslne, to make go have been" converted into word. will left last Saturday for an extended gas and repairs to .keep tho auto Anonymous communications visit with her daughter, Mrs. Lula speeding. racolve no attention. Cook, in Louisville. TELEPHONE .Who wants to paddle three miles Mr. E. D. Oldham of Elizabeth-tow- n, 69 'Farmers Mutual who formerly resided at Hea out Into the ocean to buy a drink? ver Dam, has just returned from a Blrkhead, tho Undertaker, says as .OCTOHEK 20 visit In the latter city to his son, Mr. FlUMY, how It's a long time between deparLatna Oldham. Mr. Walter Burden, Chief of Po- tures Tho divorce evil between man and lice, of Fordsvllle, was In Beaver wife bids fair to be lessened by the We didn't see a single married Dam Monday, on business. murder of one or the. other,- - by the Alfred Woolen and Dewey Woolen man at the entertainment given byi other. of Hopewell, Grayson County, who the Sunday School Ladles at the havo bcn working at Taylor Mines, church Saturday night who had a We note In the Times, "Prom Mills Point to the Big Sandy", that wero tho guests of their parents chance to match the pleco of paper ho drew with that drawn by his wife, j Singing Conventions are re- from Saturday until Sunday o Rev. which determined partnerships for Mr. John Goodman and accounts of con turning and also tho evening. Everybody, especially ventions down In tho Purchase and Jackson Allen of the Roslne country, I of wero In Hartford and Beaver Dam the husbands, had an awfully good in Barren County. The Editor time. It will always be somewhat or business trip. that column has failed to keep track last Friday, on a of .Mrs. Mary Goff Neafus, was the ji mystery as to just how the women of the doings in Ohio county, for, past sevoral years each guest of relatives at Rosine, several succeeded in their plans. during the a fifth Sunday is devoted to singing days 'recently. ADMIMSTItATOIVS SALE Mr. and Mrs. ,J. F. Allen and litlarge conventions and dua to the On Monday, Nov. 6, at about 1 number of choirs taking part In tle daughter, Miss Eva Allen, drove o'clock p. m atthe Courthouse door to Williams Mines, from their home theso commendable occasions. It is In .Hartford, Ky., I will offer for infrequently that ' as many as in Beaver Dam, last Sunday, and I jjot to the highest bidder, for cash I three, conventions are held on the visited Mr. Allen's sister, Mrs. Tom said, In hand, all notes nnd accounts due Peach and Mr. Peach. County. sam& date within the Mr. Jo& L. Smith, of Olaton, vMio the estate .of J. B. Swain, deceased Tho social gathering recently giv- for some months has been working and also all notes and accounts due en at a local church, under the aus- in Louisville, was in Hartford and the partnership of J. B. Swain and pices of a section of the Sunday Beaver Dam last Monday, executing O, M. Swain. "Witness my hand, this Oct, 17, School, composed entirely of ladles, some business matters. 17t3 Halle; of Olaton, has 1922. strong evidence as to the Mr. Wilbcrt afforded U. S. CARSON. Adair. beneficent results of good natured recently recovered his cottage near t intercourse and mingling of the peo tho old water Mill In E. Main and BELLS RUN ple, even though it was really upon Stone street. Mr. and' Mrs. Roy Greer and litThe recent rains have been gena small scale in this instance. There tle danghtcr, of ntar Whitesvlllc, is nothing better for a community erally welcomed thruout tho county wero guests of Mrs. Grcer's.parents, than general good will and fellow- where the drought was materially Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mltckel, Sunday. bringing the people felt in the lack of sufficient drink' ship and without Mrs. Ada, Taylor, of this community, Laurcne. ' together occasionally, complete good ing and stock water. was the guest of herrdnughter, Mr. Rufus Chapman of Bells Run, An examination was held at Central will bus but small chance to exist. Mrs. Rommie Taylor and Mr! 'Taylor, left last week for Payson, 111., where When we speak of bringing he peo- City, October 14th, for the purposei near Union Grove, Sunday. he will bo employed during tho win- ple together, "w do not mean a S. of filling a vacancy In the post office The revival meeting being conduct- - ter, S. class, no, not even the members at Beaver Dam. Seven candidates Operators commenced the sinking ed by Rev. Wm. Savago, at Union They were: of any one church, but the entire took the examlntlon. 'Grove, has been a great success and of an oil well on tho farm of Mr. T. Dlssentlon, divisions Dick Arbuckle, Morton Williams, C. community. accomplished much good. It will E. McQuary, near Bells Run, last and bickerings that mar, dwarf and P. Hodges, John F. Allen, J. A. probably close tonight. week. hinder progress and make us nar Leach, Jesse Blankensbip and Miss Miss Floronce Wells, who has been Mrs. A. W. Mills, Misses Gustine row and selfish can't live long in a Edith Porter, all residing within the M111& and Ella Mae, McQuary, of employed ns clerk in McAfees' store, community where all the people have delivery of that office. A young ,lady Hartford, spent the week-en- d with Owensboro, has returned to her home frequent and wholesome social In- by the name of Paris, who had not Miss McQuary's parents, Mr. and hero. tercourse through neighborly gath- nuit certain requirements! fajr (ad- Mrs. Tom McQuary, Mr. Barnlo Taylor 13 making pro-M- r. at this place. erings. In the right sort of spirit, mission to the examination was not and Mrs. Rob Ambrose, of paratlon to begin erecting a house by the proper sort of understanding, permitted to enter. Bells Run, are tho parents of a baby on Tils farm a few miles south of upon ono with another, divisions Several persons from this section girl, born October 11, and christened Bells Run. questions as to local public welfare will attend the School Fair at Fords would rarely over exist. How about vllle. Heretofore- tho day has been engaging mere In pure social life In ono of much educational moment, this community? and looked forward to withuinferest . by young and old of this part of tho "Jones", who happens to be the county. American Farmer, is playing the role Tho building fever is on everyof the goat for almost every other where; country and city alike underclass of worklngman and producer in go a reconstruction. Tho rural secJthe United States, according to Gov- tions are dotted here and there with ernment statistics compiled and re- bungalow, cottage, granary or houscently released. During Septemhsr, ing quarters that all indicate a spirit just, tho prlco of general farm pro- of activity and prosperity not seen LX Comparison S ducts decreased 2 per cent. The In many years. In the. villages and average prlco of all farm products on larger towns more modern structures A Perfect Companion Oct. 1 was 45.5 per cent below that are in evidence Mr. Lewis Martin for Work or Play of the same, date. Jn 1D20 and 30.1 is rebuilding a very pretty home two per cent below tho average for the miles west of Olaton, on the site of The 1923 Six Cylinder past 10 years as of date, Oct. 1. The tho old homestead of his father, the Sport Touring $1675 meat producing animals: hogs, cat- late Anderson Martin! Three new Equally iqlted to th rigori or everytle, sheep and chickens suffered less buildings in Beaver Dam are ncarlng day bucinasi driving and to car.fre. outing tour a and sodal motoring, th. in price slump, being on the wholo completion in North Central Avenue, new Ax cylinder sport touring comfi.l per cent higher than a year ago, Tho Baptist church under construc bine th. well known Buick sturdi-nes- a but 37.1 per cent lower than two tion In Beaver Dam Is a modern and dependability with a ULr WhSr Z and sparkling beauty that years ago and 2M ,per cent lower structure, and will be a land mark in mark it as a distinctively smart Iliad the- average of the past 10 this section. In South Main street motor car. 7ears as of September 15. If there several blocks away Is a couple of Rlcli, contrasting solors, set off with Ntr Dtlco Is any class of factory, mill or otbqr new residences, as is also brightly polished nickel radiator and Generator the fact hawing productions that shows anything like on North Main, near the Intersection fittinfs heighten the sweeping lines improved of the long whtelbasa and body. Th jsuch a slump In prlco we can't figure of Horton road. The Commercial tmbticetlon roomy seats are nphoUtered In fins out Just what it is. In fact, all oth- Hotel, destroyed In the big fire of embossed leather, and every riding comfort and facility ars er classes of .labor, freight rates and February 1921, is being rebuilt by The Buick Unt for 1923 Comprint Clock, speedometer, cigar every thing that has to do with the J. T. Vinson. It' has tho appearance, Fourteen ModeUt Srovlded. and oil gauges, Four Put. Roditcr, $145 5 Pm. farmer's dally llfo, Including coal, of an up to date affair, and is Bald lighting and ignition switches and Touriac, SS83; S Put. Coupe, $U75 wnicn an must nave, will snow a to b& a three-storS Pm. Scdo, SI 395; 3 containing 20 Pu Touring ammeter, long, nickeled gear shift lever, windshield wiper and rear itinrkdl lnprpnsn nvor Ida ten min' 8dn, $1335. SUtr 2 Fui, Road, vision mirror ars among the conter. $1175; 5 Put. Toorinf, $11951 S period, yet thoy all object to being I Mpre recently a very pretty stono venient details that ars staadaid PttiTourlns Stdio, J1M5) S Pan. level-stribrought to tho gonoral equipment. church was orccto.i on En- -i Fourth Sedan, $19U; 4 Pan. Coupe, $1I9S; 7 tind, close up shop when tho matter aild Church sticots by New rear spring suspension, and Put. Touring, $1435) 7 Put. Sedan, tho colored snubbers on tbs front springs bavs J195 Sport Roadttcr, $163 Sport Is mentioned. Eventually prices for people. Tho pastor is J, W. Pinksney. brought greater tiding esse while the Tourinc. $1675. Prices f. o. b. Bulek products and remuneration for lae engine famous Buick lactorica. Atk about the O. M. A. C. . 1III(I Tr? . W.....W nuiyllTO nl....l Ul bor of. every description must be has been so refined as to increass it Purchait Plan, which provide! for traditional power and dependability. Deferred Payment. equalized with thosa obtained by tho. 10 a. m. Friday November 3, I will class foedlng tho Nation and tho date. "'for for sale at public auction tho P of loqunllzation must ijot bo far following property of the late Mrs. ' away In order to avort bankruptcy Mario Wells, in .Fordsvlllo, Ky.: and ruin of the greatost class In the ' House and lot, ndjolulng June ' rCountry. Lltsey pr.opertyjhousehold and kltch- en furniture. Reserve right to roject HARTFORD, KY. I1AL1) K.N0IJ unsatisfactory bids on house. 1,1 ' ' ."Rev. Rlggs 'filled his regular ap- When better automobiles are built, Buick will build them J. B. WELLS shoe-shinial here-oMato. ' , Old-llm! -a-- Barred Rocks and White Wyandottes 4 Will be offered for sale to the highest bidders at CANEYVILLE, KY. Saturday, October 28 This will be the biggest sale of its kind ever held in western Kentucky and will furnish you the opportunity of a life time to get a pen of your favorite chickens at a reasonable price. A few pens of White and Brown Leghorns, Black Minorcas and Buff Rocks will also be sold. Sale begins at 1 Show opens 10 o'clock a. m. p. m BANK OF CANEYVILLE. ' ft? 1 1 . v SJjmfl We have Howard's Slender-Lin- e Suits for Fall ready to show. v These suits are especially designed and correct-l-y proportioned for the stouter women who find difficulty m being properly fitted. They are made of double sponged trcotine of fine 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 before our mirrors. anap-pine- aa - y, ke Valve-Tn-He- .....t.- ZM-N- - ACTON BROS. Carson I Co. Hartford, Kentucky. , I -- ) Attorney and In Louisville Mrs. A. I). Kirk aro thle week. y ARE YOU INTERESTED? If you are interested in a New Fall Cloak or Coat Suit, you should see the greatest line now on display in our Ready-to-wear Mr. Hurtled Brown, Cashier-ele- ct of tho Rough Rlve'BBank, Dundee, was In Hartford, on bjulness, Mon day. s & :f Ford Motor Co. Announces Mr. Jones. J. "H. Tappau, city. foent Thursday in Madlsqnvlllf-- , tho guest of her nelce, Mrs. It. F, Joucsand Mrs.' I t Department. Garments are all absolutely new, and prices. guaranteedfto be the veiy lowest to be found anywhere, .workmanship and quality considered. Mr. Harry Hoover, of Central City, spent Sunday In this city, as tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, It T. Hoover. Mr. John Allen Wilson, Vicksburg, Miss., spent the week-en- d In Hartford with his parents, Judge and Mrs. Jno. B. Wilson. Mrs. W. C. Blankenship, city, left (of- Paris, Tcnn.', to spend a week as tho guest of Mr. and Mrs, M. L. McCrackcn, Reduction ON Ford Cars and Trucks Effective October 17, 1922. OLD PRICES' h O. B. Saturday - Priced $7.50, $10.00 $15.00, $20.00 to $50.00 wR7urrrB For a real good time attend 4he Hallowten party, given by tho Homo Economics Class, at tho High school building, October 31. Miss Annetta Gillespie, city, will go to Rockport tonight, to be tho guest of her aunt, Mrs. Nettle M. Itcld, until Monday. Miss Elizabeth Marks, of Louisville arrived Thursday, to make an extended visit In this city with Mrs. T. S. Marks and family. Mr. F, L. Felix has returned to Hartford, after spending a week In Louisville, Factory. NEW PRICES P. O. II. Pnctorj. NEW MILLINERY Every week adds to our 1 te "& fiRteK Millinery Department the very newest that designers bring out. If interested, don't make your purchase until you see our big stock. The Price depends on the quality. daughtor, Mrs. with Mrs. Felix and C. B. Knlskern. Touring Roadster Chassis Coupe Sedan Truck On Roadster and Touring: $348 $319 $285 $580 $645 $430 $298 $269 $235 $530 $595 $380 Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Slovens, of Uticu, are expected to arrive In Hartford today, to spend the week-en- d with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett. Mrs. Molllo HcrrlnrrT of Beaver Dam, Is spending this week In Hartford, as tho guest of her niece. Mrs. J. P. Caseblor and Mr. Casebier. Miss Kennedy CollIn3, who Is employed as stenographer In Greenville, spent the week-en- d Vlth her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Randnll T. Collins, city, Mrs. MelvlnC. Browning returned to her home in Russellvllle Thursday, after spending several days in Hartford with friends and relatives. H. Barnes and A. D. Demountable Rims, $25; Electric Starter, $70. These prices are lower than ever quoted by the Ford Motor Co. You are no doubt aware of the shortage of Ford Cars and Trucks that exists evers" spring; you can avo'id this by taking advantage of these extremely low prices! Buy your Ford now. We carry all qualities, therefore prices vary. Jkz&l!&Cb, lThe Hartford Republican. OCTOBER 20 BEAVER DAM AUTO CQ. Both 'phones Beaver Dam, Ky. m Fifty Dafgaln Attorneys W. McnSult3 at a Kirk and Miss -- "" ' at 'LIKENS.' ictf court examiner! All-Wo- ol Bu-for- d, FKIDAY, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Rhoads, of aro tho parents of a baby girl, born last Saturday. Mr. John T. King, who Is employed In Louisville, spent tho week-en- d here, with Mrs. King. Best quality Rye and Timothy seed. Turnip seed In bulk. W. E. ELLIS & LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS That good Home-Mad- SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. BRO.. lOtf Hartford, Ky. e Candy at HEa'S." Grapes, Oranges, Celery at IIEG'S . Uananas and Mr. William. Potts, of the Olaton community, left yesterday for Buffalo, New York, where ho will spend tho winter. Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, city, spent Tuesday and Wednesday In Owens-bortho gueot of Mrs. J. F. VIckers, and Mr. VIckers, o, J 3 I t ' t Bo sure and seo our home boys i Llmo, Plaster snd Cement go and girls as tho performers in tho For Big School Circus at tho Fair to W. E. ELLIS & 'BRO. Grounds, Saturday. Don't fail to attend tho blg.School A Hallowo'en party will bo givCircus at the- Fair Grounds Saturday. en by tho Homo Economics Class at the See ELLIS ICE CO. boforo putting tho High school building, Tuesday they In your winter supply of coal. 14t4 evening October 31. Mr. and Mrs. Mrvln Black, of OwBoo whtit you Ret. Fill your pw ensboro, motored to this city Sunday Attorney C. E. Smith, city, was In Calhoun Wednesday, on legal busi- tank with Good Gulf GuMriino at our afternoon, where they were guests Visible Pump. lfltf of. Mn Black's sister, 'Mrs. F. L. ness. & MORRIS. Lnuterwasser and family. WALLACK, TAYLOR Bale-tie- s, Barbed Wire and Field Rev. Russell Walker, cltyj return Miss Margaret King, city, spent W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Fence. ,In Owensboro, tho ed saturuay nignt irom uwensuoro, 10tf tho week-en- d Hartford, Ky. aunt, Mra. L. K. Robin- where be had been asslstnfj tho guest of ' pastor of Seven Hills Baptist-church- , Cures' Malaria, Chills, ' Fev- son, and Mr. Robinson. . during a two weeks' revival, t Bilious Fever, Colds nnd er Attorneys A? D. Klrkland W. ir. BOtSOt LaGrlpue. 'Mr. and Mrs. RlloyMcDawoTI, and Barnes and Miss Mildred Stevenson, Mrs. Jno. B. Wilson, city, was con- court examiner, woro In Rockport little grandchildren, 'Julia Mao and John, city, spent Saturday with Mr. fined to hor room a few days this Monday, taking depositions. McDowell's brothor, Mr. Dick Mcwook, with Illness. Don't forget tho Hallowo'en par- Dowell and family, of tho Bethel Hon. Ben Johnson, of Bardstown, ty given by the Homo Economics country. Representative In Congress, was in Class, at the High School buildings, Judge and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook Tutsday evening October 31. Hartford Wednesday. nnd Misses Helen and Ruby Westerguosts of Miss Leila Glenn, Central City, and fleld, city were woek-on- tl Judge R. R. Wedding, city, wont Judge Holbrook's daughter, Mrs. F. Miss Margaret Williamson, Centor-towtoDawson Springs, Wednesday, for spent the week-en- d hero with L. Compton, and -- Mr. Compton, a several days' sojourn. paronts, Judge nnd Mrs. Whttesvllle. Miss Glenn's Go to M. T. LIKENS to got your J. S. Glenn. Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin and litalMeathtir ItED GOOSE SHOES. tle Gwyndolln Martlnclty.and Mrs. Miss Goneva Travis, who has lBtf They are tho best made. Chester Wilson and lltjli daughtor, i In Chicago, 111., during tho past 'four . undergoing treatment; re- Francis D., of near Cromwell, spoilt Mr. J; E. Bean Is acting as drug-- " mouths.S absence of Mr. James turned Sunday to the homo of, her Saturday and Sunday In Llvermbre, uiBt. durlnc-thWilliams, who Is In St. Louis, paronts, Mr. 'and Mrs. Jeff Travis, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, fi. GenII. , p try;1 WvA 40ok 'near'towui"'' , -' '- Mr. V. C. Heal, city, was In ensboro, last wek-ond. Ow- Mr.-- R. B. Culley, of Stanley, en C. H. Attorney M. L. Heavrln, city, left Heavrln, and Mrd. Hoarxfa. Mildred Stevenson, Wednesday for NashvJUe, Tcnn., route from a two weeks hunting, trip and brother and 3lster, Mr arid 2fas city, went to Evnns-vill- e, where he. went on legal business. He In Northern Nebraska, stopped In M. L. Heavrln. Dr. Heavrln ret want Ind today, to take depositions. will probably go. to Prairie-- , Miss., this city, and spent Friday night of home Saturday, while Mrs. Hefarrinl last week with his daughter, Mrs. L. remained tp Mjnday. returning. Mr. J, of the First G. Barrett, and Mr. Barrett. spent National Dank, Owensboro, Misses Minerva and Cesna JohnNOTICE We are Installing a tipMonday night in Hartford, as the son have moved to the city to spend Mr. and Mrs, James Bell, es ple and hoist on our yards to nnlewA. guest of his father, Judge J, D. Gilbert Westerfleld, Hubert coal from barges and VIII tho winter. They have taken rooms -ot ia in tho home which Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Sandefur and Everett Milfigan, and eratlon by October 15. Caa. sapglr Johnson are occupying, on Mulberry Mr. Rollle Bell, of Nocreekj were you with any kind of coal, ia. Mrs. Eliiabctn Taylor, city, is the Street. aniong those who attended the fun-er- a quantity, any day In the yean Priaas guest of her son, H. B. Taylor, and and burial of Mrs. Sam Rhoads, reasonable. t daughter, Mrs. B. F. Zimmerman, Mr. and Mrs. HInton Leach, city, at Mt. Carmel, Monday afternoon. ELLIS ICE. CO. and their respective families, motored to Central City Sunday, Dr. and Mrs. C. M. Heavrin, of "Senator, do you keep' your tr fc they were guests of Mrs. where , Leach's partnts, Mr. and Mrs. James Hawcsville, 'arrived in this city Fri- the ground?" Mrs. James A. Tate, city has been Caskoy Bennett, until Wednesday day of last week, to visit their son, "Not now. r got a, radio oaUaL- at the bedside of her mother, Airs. J. afternoon. H. Kuykendoll, who is 111, at her COMING COMING COMING COMING COMING homo in Centcrtown during the past COMEME Mrs. F. L. Lauterwasser and s'on, few days. John" D and Miss Susie May, city, will go to Owensboro today, whore ex When jou buy Gasoline, ilo jou John D.J.wlll undergot an operation K't what j ou p.iy for? Wo have far-th- e removal of his tonsils at tho IsibIo pump. Yon fco what jou City Hospital. buy. WALLACK, TAYLOR & MORat ' " RIS, Hartford, Ky. lOtf ' Mr. and Mrs. Vlrg.il P. Stateler, Mr. andJMrs. Ed Johnson, Llvermore, at Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Goodman, HI JINKS' GREAT AMERICAN CIRCUS Nashville, and Mr, Guy Statoler, Messrs. McDowell A. Foglo, H, D. Tcnn., aro among those who were at Estes nnd Elijah Thomas, city, moand ex the.edsjde of Mrs. Cbarlotto Taylor, tored to Owcnsboro Sunday, where during I her last Illness.: spent day. be-fo- ro Mes-dam- sr - The Great Combined Circuses g o ' i a THE MARVELLOUS TOM THUMB CIRCUS S."T. Barnett, city, who recently spent ten days at Dawson Springs, will roturn to .that place Monday. Mrs. Barnett ,wlll accompany him as far as St. Charles, whore sho will Spend several days with her brothor, T. W. DeMoss, whp Is quite 111. Tho noxt tlmo you need nan, drive to our tislblo pump, fill 'with Good Gulf Gus un( sco that you get what jou pay for. Tho Viklblo Pump measures tho giihollno before you. VAIiLACK, 1 I I Saturday, Oct. 21, 1922 a Ohio County Fair Grounds m hr Hartford, Kentucky. Talent furnished by the High and Graded School under the auspices of the p Parentt Teachers Association. TAYLOR & MORRIS, Hurt ford, Ky. lfltf n, Mr, James H, Williams and son, Barbour, city, left Sunday for St. Louis, Mo., to attend the Christian Church Congress, which convered thorn Monday, and will continue In session until tonight. They will ro- turu tomorrow. n n u-- n o "-- f . Have Jenny Silo Flllor and Husk-er- s 8 in stock. This machine will fill' your silo either putting your com 0 In the silo, or husking It oft or ltwlll your corn. It Is a combinashred tion silo filler and a shredder. Tho prlco 13 right. ICtf . W. E. ELLI3 & BRO., COJHNG See Hi Jinks! See Tom Thumb! n-- Big Cow Boy and Indian tight. COMING , COMLNQ g o. COMINQ. CJ- - COJIING CQHIprj $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. for tho course, Sadl Lecolntc, a leading French pilot, MSWi made n record of 200 miles an hour In a Jap, but as he started A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comon the second lap n spark plug explete telegraph and cable service covering the world. ploded with tho nolso of a cannon State news from correspondents in all parts of KenXi'W Treatment Prevents Mold in shot and tho racer had to como ipcal service gives all the news tucky. The Herald's Socil Distributed in Hawaii Tubs of lttittor. GucceeJ wnen everjnhlcj; else falls. down. Ho planed close to tho During the past year see'd of ImIn nervov prostration and female of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, MarThe growth of mold on butter in ground, but tho landing spied was veaunesse they are the suprcsn? proved pigeon peas, grown by tubs Is a cause of great annoyance so great that his ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaremedy, at thousands have testifier!. farmers from seed stocks dis- to dealers and a common source of Nleuport turned completely over ble authorities on these special subjects. FOR KIDNY,UVEaAND tributed by the Federal agricultural loss to . creameries. Preventive stopping. Sadl Lccolnto was STOMACH TROUBLE Does mean anything to you to be supplied with experiment station of Hawaii, were treatments designed to do away with It is the bctt medicine eer odd lifted out unhurt and (imiflng. distributed to desponsible growers. this trouble have been devised by vadaily newspaper that interests every member of over a drugglj"9 counter. It Is reported to the United States De rious people, and theso havo been PRACTICAL conservation. the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you partment of Agriculture, In suffi carefully studied by the U. S. De want in addition to your local paper. cient quantities to plant 1,000 acres. partment of Agriculture. Tho treatHe Buy a cow? Why, how would you also desire the Sunday Herald add S2.50 to Experiments by tho Hawaiian experi- ment that has been found most sucwe feed it? ment station have shown the value cessful consists In soaking the tub3 your remittance. She It could Iivo on my last of the pigeon pea as a good pasture la cold water, steaming them for 30 year's straw hats. Legion Order your subscription through crop which. It has been found, under seconds with llv steam, paraffining favorable conditions, will support the inner surface and then rubbing THE REPUBLICAN, throughout the r from one and a over the paraffin with salt. In nd- Hartford, Ky. half to three head of mature cattlc'i ditlon the liners for the tubs are PERSONAL HYGIENE in prime condition. From 3 to 5 soaked for 30 minutes in n saturated Ditiolvcd In water for douche stop Ohio County acres of native pasture grass on the solution of boiling brine. Under pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd Inflamsame land would be required per the supervision of the department mation. Recommended by Lydi E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten head of cattle. several million pounds of butter AhealiDgMonder for naaa.1 catarrh, CIRCUIT COURT have been packed in tubs and liners pre throat and lore ere Economical. ru rimK&unr leurai and .renni-iI . County Meets first Monday In March, May Work in Louisiana treated In this manner and no cases VmJ. TUP.tM,TJCna,p..T. (Woo. X W and July; third Monday In Soptembcr Successful extension work In a sec- - of mold have been reported. The 15,000 negro farm boys en-- ! breeders. Each of the 215 former k clubs in ' members were asked the question: t,on where the plantation system of A number of methods of treating and fourth Monday In November: rolled in crop and "What is tho most important thing ' farming prevails Is reported to tho tubs and liners have been tried out ndge Gcorgo S. Wilson, Owsnshoro 1321, under the direction of workers raised you nave gotten out of club work?" United States Department of Agrl in comparison with the ono Just de- - Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, Calhoun. case of Madison Parish scribed, but no other has been equal- - I products valued at $230,000, accord--in- g The two most popular answers were: culture In-treports to tho United States "It kept me on the farm," and "It Louisiana. There are approximate- ly successful. Some tubs and liners Clerk Frank Black. to B. H. Ellis. got me Interested in good live stock." ly 100 plantations in tho parish, wore merely soaked in cold water, Master Commissioner Department of Agriculture. practically all of which tho county and in these the mold made an abun- Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Ticbenor. USQ extension agent vsits in the course of dant growth. When the tubs and COUNTY COURT WJn Swine Judging Honors. Both feed and care of l.GOO.OOO Farm boys and girls of Tripp a year. Last year 35 per cent of liners were soaked in a saturated liens giving no returns were saved In Convenes first Monday In each JL921, reports to the United States County, S. Dak., recently demonstrat- - these plantations were aided in their solution of cold brine the growth of month: I 3)epartment of Agricultura show, ed the value of their extension traln--arhe- n pecan work 15 per cent carried 'on tho mold was somewhat reduced. Vi StJ Judge R. R. Wedding. demonstrations in soil improvement, Butter In tubs that were soaked In farm women, practicing for lng In a contest held by the inteCounty Att'y. Otto C. Martin. rne first time the methods of Identi-- j county swine breeders' association in and 8 per cent received help in live- water and steamed for 30 seconds Clerk Guy Ranney. stock sanitation. In carrying on with live steam, and lined with linlying nonlayers demonstrated by ag- -j judging four pens of hogs of Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: agents, ; ent breeds by easily winninc culled extension Mack Cook, Iris Ronder, Georgo the first these demonstrations the farm man ers thnt had been dipped In a saturatand ed solution of boiling brine, develop 32 places In the contest, according ager acts as the local leader, P. Jones. 41icsc "loafers" from their flocks. to a report received by the United through him practically all tho ten- ed very little mold, but results wer Jailer Nat Hudson. I jJL A Safe 01J FasbiogeJ ants benefit from the extension still better when paraffin and salt ' 1...1. .Mnn, Over 350,000 farmers, according , Stntna w.t..j ui tui .tuciii. nf iKiiutuiuru. agent's QUARTERLY COURT Remedy far Worm were used as described above. activities. 'Jo reports to tho United States De- - Four counties were represented by Seventy, fiveyearacontia. The treatment found most satis- Convenes first Monday in each month. jpartroent of Agriculture, Introduced the 90 youngsters competing, but the a out u to it tbebeitteati. s, FISCAL COURT young farmers from Tripp County, Wiiither legumes, principally soy beans, Save Fruit Grow- factory Is inexpensive and meets tho nonud FEET'S TEIMFUCE a needs of creamorles of any typo and can offer you. ers Much Money. velvet beans, and alfalfa into who were all members 'of the county Convenes Tuesday after first Mon Keep a bottle alwaja on in any part of the country. Special weather forecasts furnishtheir cropping system as a result sow and litter club, had been the day in January; band. It will help keep first Tuesday in aa only competitors the b'tde onea healtLy of demonstrations In the use of systematically ed by the United States Department April and October, R. R. Wedding THOSE MUSICIANS. and happy. in soil Improvement given In trained in k Judging by an of Agriculture, thru county extension County Judgo, presiding. 30cabottla.iyouf!niifi'or agricultural-extensio- n agents In seven New York counties by H921 extension agent. ncnl .lore: or il your d.al.r can ltupp!)fyou.,cndhiinm. Sho (dreamily) I just love to pick 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford were of direct servico to over 2,500" agents. aad 30c In lamp and We'll 2nd District W. C. Knott, on a banjo. ad you a Lotil. promptly. I Wyoming Hopes To Sccuro Grass fruit growers In that State In guid$. FRIT, BiIioMn. He (unsympathetlcally) So I no ing their spraying operations and U Hopper Law N'ext Year. Tanners In Independence County, 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons I 3 tice, nut why torture the poor saved them several thousands of being made in .jVrk., have shipped cooperatively this Efforts are 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords-- . In the management of thoir thing? Froth. to sccuro a grasshoppor law simi dollars villo. Tear 15 carloads of hogs fer and nth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart.standardized for shipment according lar to those of North Dakota and fruit crop, according to reports to Miss Thumper That old gentleford, R. F. D. No. 4. do methods advocated by extension South Dakota, according to a repre tho New York State College of AgriWILL culture. In four of these counties a man cried when I played the noc- Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, workers. ,A report to the United sentative of tho United States De TAKE turne. Ho said It reminded him of R. F. D .No. 2. States Department of Agriculture partment of Agriculture who recent telephone relay system was developed, by means of which It wa possi- his past life. Is ho a great player? 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bea- .says they received $300 a carload ov-- ly inspected the districts seriously Mr. Chumper No; ho used to be quickly ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. infested with grasshoppers this year. ble to warn tna growers the local price offered. piano tuner. Cleveland Leader. Wyoming suffered moro than any when It waa time to apply tho spray. a HOARD OF EDUCATION A TrealBie.il This system wa3 used thruuiu the That many farm boys who enroll other State. It Is probable that tho season Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason laHaaaaaaBarVLV "How is your daughter getting on A'hcnuvcr occasion demanded. JXSr for WEAK Injury will be continued next year. as .club members In the production Convenes First Monday In everj At other counties with hor music lessons?" of live stock and crops become suc- An egg survey now being made by whore this times and in was LUNGS Of "Splendidly. It's nearly two weeks month. Mrs. I. S. Mnson', S. S. O. C relay system not Federal entomologists, cooperating cessful farmers is demonstrated in Secretary-Treasureand r. CONSUMPTION used circular letters and post cards sine? any of tho neighbors complainthe case of eight young men living with the Stnto agricultural college, R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, ed." Country Gentleman. in Itaska County, Minn., who carried will determine to what extent and carried the information. R. F. D. No. C. A quick rellel for on club demonstrations from three to where Infestation ismost Ikely to ocMrs. Murphy Only think, Mrs. W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- - COUghi, Dalai In that tlted, rundown feellne. Destructive Wolf Is Caught. chrtt. nlrhl ,ul,. h.mn.. 'Sour years. According to a report cur next season. fhcei, weak lunci or coniumplloo. II it doo V rord. R. F. D. No. 3. "Hunter Dud Webley has trapped Brady, that great pianist down our net b!p you It cstla you nolhlol. Tho situation at present appears a United States Department Ho tli m of street has practiced so bard during Nat LIndley, Contertown, R. F. D. 1 Agriculture four of them are now to be discouraging as the grasshop the Hanford wolf." That was tho the Lock box 01 o OHIO MEDICAL C8. last six months that he has par- Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. message received one day in COLUMBUS a. engaged In general farming, three of pers attack alfalfa and other Import- welcome Claud Renfrow,- - Dundee. September by the predatory anijnal alyzed two fingers! whom are growing certified potato ant crops, and tho cost and trouble Examinations. Mrs. Brady (proudly) That's inspector of the U. S. Department eed, one Is a dairy farmer, two aro of Incessant poisoning Is a heavy bur-do- n For Common School Diplomas of Agriculture at Olympia, Wash. nothln. Me daughter Bridget has on the farmer. Tho population students at Minnesota college of two and a half years this elu- practiced so hard for the last six Fourth Friday and Saturday in Janwidely For and ono Is studying for of Wyoming Is small and sive marauder had preyed on tho months that she's paralyzed two pi- uary, and Second Friday and Satur scattered, but it Is believed that It tho ministry. day in May. To bo held in Fords-villanos. j will ho possible In tho near futuro herds and flocks for miles around, Beaver Dam and Hartford. ,0,n a law Providing funds for and for months tho canny hunter had 4,'lubJJojsAio Successful Farmers. t0 For Teachers' Certificates Third Mrs. FItz FIJJIt Who was that' lnid traps for him. From statements protection. In North Thnt farm boys who havo been Rras3-nPP- r made by stockmen it is probable that snored In tho choir this morning Friday and Saturday In May, Juno enrolled for throo or moro years In uuKoia, on petition of 10 per cent this single wolf has killed ut least during a pause lu the singing? and September. Except notice Is given to the contrary tho latter exclub work, since Its Inception 10 of tho farmers In n district, tho $5,000 worth of live Mr. FIJJIt Snore! Oroat stock. years ago, developed into successful county commissioners are empower woman, that was my bass solo. aminations will bo hold; In Hartford. The trap that finally closed on tho ed to levy a tax and set aside a suf1 larmcrs und community leaders wus Ohio State Journal. OTHER OFFICERS killer was cartfuly concealer In a -- shown In a recent survey made by ficient sum for a grasshopper camTiiv Commissioner R. F. Keown trail. Tho wolf dragged trap and the extension service of the Iowa paign. Th United States. Depart- chain neary 7 miles beforo tho hun Fordsvillo. Feelirfeht nil tho time. Don'tfoy oft ment of Agriculture has promised to Stato College of Agriculture, in Hen- do from work for days by taking calomet Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle ter overtook and shot him. Tho FOR FLETCHER'S what It can to aid Wyoming ry, Hlackhawk, Marshall, Clinton, keeps Representative Ira Jones, " White When pleasant tapo lino showed hint to bo 5 feet on your feet, while roliovrngyour troubl Scott and Jackson counties. In Run. 8 Inches from tip to tip. Tho skin S1"1,00! ard easy to take. Donft making tho survey 215 former club take anythlne else. You can't affori HARTFORD and skull will bo sont to tho Illolo- - MAKE AIRPLANE u. ii,limlnatoa poisons, cleanses iv Pollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. members wero visited who are farm- Experiments Shed New Jjlglit On glcal Survey at Washington, D. C. SPEED RECORDS Major tern and relieves constipation.. A nit. Causes of Rots of Corn. ing or attending an agricultural coW. C. Blankenshlp. ural remedy, natural In Its actions, sure Tho severity of the root, stalk and County Live-Stoc- k Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. ' llage. Eighteen of them uro already . i.i. in its effect and rorfnln in Sales Improves In the annual airplane races held won't bo lone; before, UvVm-Laprominent in community organiza- ear rots of corn, diseases found to ROCKPORT win Older .Methods. at Ktampes the main contest was completely displace calomel in evert tions. Twelve are attending the bo more, or loss widely distributed Robert L. Green,, Judgo. A method that should bo found ef- bitweou M. Lasno of France and borne.; Children can take it freely Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. Stnto collego of agriculture. In Back- - throughout tho corn belt, can be fective In Improving live stock In all Herbert James of England. with perfect safety. Every bottle an Tho i of 17 former members greatly reduced by properly balance parts of tho country Wo and $1 in bottles. Nori Edd Cooper, Chairman. Lawk County, has bqen tried prize was won by the Frenchman cenuino without tho likencsa and BfeakJ W. II. Blackburn, Clerk, work, 11 are now swine lng tho fertilizing elements in tho out with much success Jn lure of L. K. GrUtaby. For sale by r recently lu with a record of 181 miles an hour StiJU Mason, Treasurer. J. H. WILLIAMS, r Hartford, Kjr. 65-ml- le You Should Read The Louisville Herald soli and by planting selected strains Tennessee, says a report to of corn. These concuslons aro tho States Department of Agriculture result of Investigations carried on by It consists of a series of county Agriculture, in copcratlon with a sales of pure-bre- d sires of all kinds. number of Stato experiment stations The sales havo consisted largely I In tho Middle West. of beef bulls, dairy bulls, and boars, I In tho past It was not thoucht that although a few rams nlso have been tho corn plant was particularly sensN Included, Tho sales are advertised tlvo to the balance of tho various ole- - Intensively In tho counties In which monts In the soli, but now the dnnn they nro held. Small advertisements-anago caused by these rots la believed posters are used, and for somo upon these condl-- ( time before the sale tho local papers i to dopend largely tlons and upon climatic factors. Al- - run articles on tho value of pure-bre- d ' SO tllft nntllrA nf trt nlnMt ltBnl sires. what plant breeders call tho genetic In that State it has been found composition has much to da with its that better results are obtnlned from susceptibility or reslstanco to these the county sale than from sales covrots. In the experimental fields ering a larger section or from State strains of corn of many sales. Farmers aro mora opt-tdifferent varieties aro showing pe- - attend these sales where they can ns hnul tho purchases home or shin on cunaniics rormeriy regarded symptoms of root, stalk, and ear rots,' ly a short distance. At anumber and many strains nro being Isolated of these sales the tnumber of sires for many generations, show resls- sold has varied from 20 to 60, One tanco to tho organisms associated of the big advantages Is that good with tho rots. blood produced In tho county reReducing the losses from these mains there and Improves the gen rots Is a complex problem, requiring eral run of live stock Instead 6t bemuch moro Investigation. At pres- ing scattered far and wide. ent the department can go little The department looks upon this farther than to say that primarily it plan ns nn important aid in the betInvolves n careful consideration of ter sires better stock movement. It environment, soil fertility, and the is an excellent supplement to other nature of the particular strain of method now in use. corn. the-Unite-d I I o A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. Srf'iiak! nsi.i Offers bo-fo- re a it If Every Woman Wants DIRECTORY FARM DEPARTMENT. live-stoc- yri. Ant J he r Mothers i 'Lm YerMrafce &A frejfe ErmeCtrildreir nnit A cow--pea- I3 live-stoc- t IF -- YOU. OUR cr GERMINAL REMEDY , lo wmmts -- FORGONE MONTH USE LI V-VER-- e, -- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, Lw-Vr-L- Children Cry C A S T O R fA x euap-antee- j)j-cl- r 4 P.OADS SIGN WITH NEW SHOP UNIONS Sixteen ('airier Agrro Not To Mm Will Not Walkout. fc'ltl-unto; ,, Chicago, Oct. 14. Sixteen railroads have completed agreements with new organizations of thtlr shop men by which, In effect, the men waive tnc rigtu to sinxo ami tno companies plcdgo tlumselvos not to litigate, both parties ngrtolng to abide by the decisions of the Hall-roa- d Labor Board, It became knowii today. Notice of completion of the agreements has been filed with tut Labor Hoard. The sixteen roads which have signed agreements with nw organizations of the employes arc! Southern Pacific (Pacific System); Kansas &. Texas; Southern lines; Pacific,; Texas & Louisiana NashvIlL, Chattanooga & St. Louis; Central of Georgia; New York, Now Haven & Hartford Chicago, Burlington & (Julncy; Colorado Southern; Great Northern; Lehigh Valloy; International & Great Northern: Union Pacific Syitom; Illinois Central; Florida East Coast; Trinity & Brazos Valley,, and San Antonio, Waldo & Oulf. Tho mileage represented by theso MIs-Hou- rl, docs a great work" said tho Director. "It offers tho pooplo a high class Investment In tho Treasury Saving Certificate, a security that Is within tho roach of all, nnd at tho same tlmo It Is carrying on an education al campaign to tell tho people to avoid tho swindlers. Speakingof New York as tho best flold of the sharpers I am reminded 'that only rcccntlyt right here In the National cnpltnl r under tho shadow of tho Washington monument, as It wcro, tho business men found It expedient to organize to protect the psople against fako stock selling concerns. Hankers, merchants and professional mon, ns well as tho moro humble citizens aro bolng caught by tho shrowd oparators. It was estimated that 100 concerns wore selling worth-los- s stock and other fako securities In tho city of Washington. It is amazing that these swindlers can succeed In tho face of all the warn ings which havo been given them against such persons." - Has Never Felt Better in All His Life peo- everywhere , convalescents havo testified to the remarkable powor of Tanlac In bringing back their health, strength, and working-efficiencyIt seems to quickly In ; ! Thousands of frail, nervous GALLON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we plo and . vigorate the constitution ana Is a-- An Agreeable Surprise. "About three years ago when I was suffering from a severe cold on my lungs and coughed most tot the tlmo night and day, I tried a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Hemedy nnd was surprised at the promptness with which it gayo mo relief," writes Mrs. James Brown, Clark Mills, N. Y. Many another has been surprised nnd pleased with ths prompt re m lief afforded by this remedy. powerful foe of woakness. Harry W. Mlllor, 338 S. Malnt St., Akron, Ohio, says: "My whole system was out of or der. My annotlto failed mo, I waa so nervous I couldn't sleep, I lost weight, and felt wornout all the tlmo. Tanlac cortnlnly mado quick work of I galnod nearly ten my troubles. pounds In, weight, and was soon feel ing flno In evory way" There Is not a single portion of tho body that Is not benefited by tho helpful action of Tanlac. It enables the stomach to turn the food Into healthy blood, bono and muscl , purifies tho system and builds you back to normal weight. Got a bottle today at any good druggist. f BL A2TK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, If i V ' ? x You-hav- e Navigation on tho Ohio river from Galllpolls, Ohio, to Cairo, III., a dis, employes. FARM AND HOME NEWS tance or GOO miles, was recently KHOM OVER KENTUCKY With tho organization of company suspended as tho result of low unions on the sixteen roads, Ihe wutor. It Is said that tho Ohio railway shop crafts, whoso ofCurtis Montijomory, B. D. Parker. roached tho lowest watermark it has ficial nanus is tho Hallway Employes' Guy Hulctt atid A. L. Gex, Carroll reached for 15 years. Department of the American Federa- county furmers, are carrying on deRED MEN TO BUILD HOME. monstrations with County Aent G. tion of Labor, which directed the n-wideshopmen's strike which C. Routt and the extension division The great council of the Improvstarted July 1, aro without reiognl- - of the Collego of Agriculture at Lex tlon or representation so far as ington to show farmers in that p.ut ed Order of Red Men has decided to of tho state the value of llmcitr.no erect a $1,000,000 homo in Washingtheso roads aro concerned. for boosting ton. Tho groat incohannee, tho sunnd acid phosphato , premo officer of tho order, will visit wheat yields. the capital to confer with the local Nelson county farmers aro paying committee respecting a site for the moro attention to better houses for building and other details of the For Infants and Children poultry, County Years their says. Throe new Agent C. L. projet. In Use For Over a houses have Hill Always bears Constipation. been built recently and plans made the t&Z&x for several others. The beglnnlug of almost every Signature of serious disorder Is constipation. If keep More than 200 Jefferson county you want to enjoy good health FAYETTE HOY STAUTS UNCUS and their wives havo been 'vcir bowels regular. This is best farmcrs IN 1'L'IIK BRED IIOK BUSINESS taught tho method of separating tho exorcise, but sometimes a medicine laying and loafing hens In their is needle" and when that is tho case gsSIs Lexington, Ky., Oct. 14. A good flocks this tall by means of 18 poul- you will find Chamberlain's Tablets QUESTIONS oxamplo of how Junior agricultural try culling demonstrations put on by are excellent. They aro mild and a club work cetB adult farmers, gentle In their action, easy and pleasand Bible Answers County Agent F. E. Morrlman. in well as country boys, Interested ant to take. Give them a trial. They If Parents will sneoarsM children to look tip mnd mnnorite th Uibls Answer, it will pro? m puro bred llvo stock and better mpth-od- s only cost a quarter. , a priceless bentaffa to wem u aiier rears. The work of wiping out tubercuirmrtrnhftygg of doing things on tho farm is losis in McLean county cattle herds PLAN ATTACK ON HOOTCH. to be found in tho experiences of Is going on with steady progress. Fayette County Agent Robert H. Ford says. Clifton Ware, an Why is Jesus called the burden county boy, who Is one of tho charter Three hundred cows recently were Following the death of 22 peoplo 11:28-3of a pig club organized In tested In two weeks and seven reac- within 24 hours from drinking wood bearor? Matt. members Who did Christ say was his .broththo spring of 1921 by County Agent tors found. alcohol liquor the district attorney Matt. er, and sister, and mother? "W. R. Gabbert and tho extension diand police force of New York aro 12:46-50- . vision of the Collego of Agriculture More thnn 30 Union county poul- planning simultaneous raids on the What did Jesus say about little Tho pig bought for $20 from Tom try flocks already have beon enter- promises of all distillers and venders Matt. 19: Towers, Crittenden, by Clifton at tho ed In tho wlntir ogg laying project of poisonous liquors. Operations children? What answer did Jesus give the tho tlmo ho became a member of which will be carried on over tho will bo specially directed against the lawyer when ho asked, "Master, club already has returned him 70 state this coming winter by the ex- Red Hook district of Brooklyn where which is the great commandment in and In addition he has the original tension division of tho Collego of most of tho poisonous liquor Is said t.he law?" Matt. 22:37-4- 0. His Agriculture. County Agent JL. C. o be located. ono sow. gilt, four boars and What, were the eight woes which incle, Lester Darnaby, with whom he. Brewer says. Tho project will bo Christ, denounced against tho scribe? and designed KXTRACTS CIVIL WAR SHOT. lives, who Is now an enthusiastic to show farmers how they and Pharisees? Matt. 23:13-2successful pure bred hog raiser says, can gut more oggs from their hens What description did Christ give I never G. M. Evanston, Confederate veter"If It hadn't been for Clifton. by feeding them tho right feeds and Matt. 25:31-4- 6. of tho last Judgment? an living ut Senatobla, Miss., recentwould have thought of being a Poland glvfng them, good care. ly hnri extracted from his mouth a China Breeder." What did Jesus say about the wobullet which ho received in tho bat-tlSELECT SITE KOIt man who anointed his head with preSurgeons agree that in cases of For GO of Gettysburg. NEGRO SCHOOL cious ointment? Matt. 26:6-1- 3. and Wounds surgeons were unable to locato the Cuts, Bums, Bruises tho first treatment is most important. Two hundred acres of land near ball. It was found by hs dentist pro- TWELVE BRACKEN FARMERS When an efficient antiseptic Is Ridge, Mil., was seloqted by the trus-.te- truding from the gum from which a FORM JERSEY CATTLE CLUB promptly, there Is no danger of of the Cardinal Dibbons insti- tooth had been extracted a fow days i i wound begins to Infection and tho tute for the sltq of an agricultural before. Lexington, Ky Oct. 14. Organionce. For uso on man or and Industrial training school for m heal at Bracken County Jersey beast, Borozone is tho Ideal antisepI zation of the Gladys But you will admit th& education of colored boys. Cnttlo Club with 12 charter memagent. Buy It now and tic Among the sponsors of tho school are have u pretty face? bers marks the flrst step which farmand bo ready for an emergency. Price such prominent men a Admiral Hen-soHorace Rvon a barn looks t good ers" in that part of tho tta'e have 60c and $1.20. sow oy me 30c, ' Archbishop Curloy and Senator when It's painted. m taken to build up tho dairy buslnejj Ohio County Drug Co. Walsh. of their community, according to E. . Dink Have any luck In tho poker M. Prewitt, dairy extension special SWINDLE-SHARgamo last night? HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS 1st of tho College of Agriculture, FIND "EASY MAHKS" Wink Yes, there was a doctor In George S. Welmor, Augusta, Is pres ;" tho gamo and I won eight prescrip- ident. Ray Fagln, Brooksvl'.le, vlcei Washington, Oct. 14. It has often MENJFOLKS TALKS BOUT tions. Lowe's Wookly. shurp- president, and James Server, Brooka-vlll- o, been assorted that when tho oDE LADIES PAINT PEY secretary-treasurer. want to do busiers and swindlers "Was tho bruto who atruck his ' FACE . BUT SHUCKS .' on a largo scale they flock to ness wifo punished by the court?" more "easy INTEREST VIEWS OF AIM &E MEN-FOLNow York City and find "No; when It canto to the trial tho TO THE WOMEN marks", "good things," nnd "come woman wouldn't acknowledge herself ALLUZ TRYIN' FUH T i" than thoy can find in any s. beaten." London No Homo: A PEY-SEF- ? WHITE-WAS- H Rochester Times-Unio- n . other section of tho country. Is place whoro some woman works 11 that la truo for New York doubt "Dill you roally call this gentleman a day. tbo'c'enUr'of tho most populous regan old fool lust night?" asked the boiiM No stntlsBrooklyn Eagle Tho Ladles of United States ion of tho Judge. Invisible Eye, who have bctn tics huvbbeen prepared on tho subTho prisoner tried hard to collect tho at Hogging women In Texas, can never Information ject, but tho host his thoughts. "Well, tho more I "suckhopo to rival tho masculine Ku Klux Tiand shows that tho crop of look at him, th& moro likely It seems Klau. American women will not ers" average abdut tho samo all pvor I did." he replied. tint tolerate Invisible Eye lashes. tho country. Tho vender of fako Capper's Weekly Ono lono worn victims ovory BICYCLE PRICKS DROP. stocks seem? to find an, a widow, has captured tho kalsor, proportion to tho populaWhere Jn It is reported that a 40 per cent thoroby beating tho entire A. E. F. tion.. on this subject, Low Commenting cut in prlco3 of bicycles was decided from Arkansas which went to Ettropo on by the convention of bicyclo man- In 1917 to get him. Wallace, Jr., Director of tho GovernLlttlo Rock Democrat Auto sugment Savlugs System. ays that tho ufacturers at Atlantic City, N. J. gestion as tho wifo undoistands it: gambling spirit among tho poople.tho Jack I had proposed and been "Honey, I belleva we should have desire of tho aVoraga American - to ' accepted When tho lights suddenly a car' "tn'ko a chanco," Is responsible- for went out. San Francisco Chronicle We do tho success of the fakers, swindler, money not care if she is a woman, Congress-woma- n Dick What did sho do? ud sharpers who nro taking Alice Robertson of "Oklahoma, Jack Suggested that we keep it away from tho pooplo. "Hero Is steps in and Is an honor to apy state- - She Is the dark. tm McCfurv Nppr Syndtc! CorrtM. 1M vhcre tho Government en-tlr- ey fed-trat- ed natio- roads aggregates GC.91G. In addition to these roads, numerous others are negotiating agreements with associations of their own nr stock. SUSPEND OHIO NAVIGATION. something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. CASTOR TA 30 Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY -- ijl- - 0. 13-1- 6. embodiment of common sens?, which is the one particular quality more useful than any other in a moinber of congress. Eliminating Boston Transcript tho word "obey" from the marriage service removes a reservation from the mind of the bride. Chicago Indianapolis News A man will marry tho woman he says his dead wife's spirit designated, but it might bo well to wait n day or two and have the message repeated. Minneapolis Tribune Many a girl who has money to burn doesn't seem to care for a match. THAT ULTERIOR MOTIVE. Sniff Why Is your wife snuggling up so close to that plump Miss Harris? I I suspect Bjones Between us sho Is trying to get rid of hf r fle- aThe Pathfinder. OHIO TO VOTE, ON BEER. j STILLS CAUSE FOREST FIRES. It is reported that moonshine stills-ar-o responsible for at least 25 per. cent of the fires which occur la tho forests of the Pacific Northwest- - Taw. stilTs are usually located in tho midst of thick timber where fire will readily start fro mi the smallest spark and get beyond control before tho smoker-idiscovered by the s flre-fighti- nc forces. --- observe roosevelt's birthday: A proclamation was Issued by Gar; Miller, of New York, urging tho pc'o-p- le i . - . 9. of the- state to observe in public manner October 27, the birthday? or Theodoro Roosevelt. In the proclamation tho former president was re ferred to as one who "will remain for Americans and for people" beyond, the boundaries of our country an. upright and Inspiring figure." - o, ap-pt- ed cs son of Dean Wardten-baug- h, sale of wine and beer to a referenPen Mar, Md., was awarded dum In the November elections. Tho in the prettiest baby contest at secretary of state held that it would Pen Mnr he was stricken with Infanbe futile to revive tho Issue Inas- tile" paralysis. The chld later died In the hospital at Hagerstown. much as It is already settled. result of the Association Op- posed to prohibit the Ohio supremo court has decided that it will bo necessary to submit the question of the As a PRIZE BABY DIES. -. L li. Only a few hours after the . u, lMginT7 ID JfcMHM mrF-inrrrfqw- i n t KS f n Ml rmrKSmSi - M "Built Me Up" 'T strengthened me an as 'twas recommended to do, it regulated and built me up till I was like another woman.". n If you are weak, and feel that you need a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic, the tonic about which you have always heard, the tonic that helps weak women regain their strength. Cardui acts on the womanly system and helps relieve pain and discomfort due to female ailments. Try Cardui. today, for vour trouble. run-dow- - KS Tit-Hit- v USED Cardui for years and it did me more good than any medicine I ever m used," writes Mrs. M. C Ra'gsdale, of Fort Towson, fidt Okla. "I used to suffer with :a womanly trouble that weakS3 ened me until I was a mere shadow, nervous, and could not sleep. I did not feel like I could live. "It seemed that nothing helped me till I heard of Cardui and began to use it. It g a o n CARDUI The Woman's Tonic SOP paLiigfligDiaa ft an oi fi fi1 g rf" WASHINGTON COMMENT A msutulimi railing upon president SftmMnj; Jo ord r discontinuance of .panics as not being "In harmony wb ihr ajiirlt which promotes good iIL was iidojiteil hy the Pennsylvania branch of the Women's International Jjcague (or I'eace. T)?r Jadles. why? Can ynur .servant use a vacuum unar It --she ho not trained In Its JuwHUlnE- Can you cook a good aural iMfhiU practice to learn how? lu yinj make n homo without tt Efcwr ran an army ho worth o a couutry If It bo not traln-ifJi- uny-aiirt- s: ? which cirrlfd the first announcement of the r nd'ng of nioro distant boundary for tin "Universe as we know It a fact to make any thinking man get upon hi knees was an Interview with n clergynuu who shall namoloss, gravely sotting h roz-hconforth his carefully thought-ou- t clusions that while short skirts were all right, rougo on a woman's face was'wroitgl Oh, preacher, for what did your God glvo you eyes and ears and a lralnV For what ar. ynu Ilia minister? Men ory to you for the bread of understanding, tho food of ti'.tcn-In- g of the wonders of Qod; and you glvo thorn Judsmonts as to tho relative worth or two grains of sand on the shores of tho human seal e PERSONAL NEWS. C. 0. Hunter, city, went to Dawson Springs, Sunday, retumllng Tuesday, accompanied by1 Mrs. Hunter, who had been at the health resort during the past two wcoks. The New 1923 Superior P. L. Compton, Mr. and Mrs. Whltesvllle, Mrs. Yelser Ldshbrooks, M&aonville, and Mrs. J. D, Holbrook, city, will roturn today from Louis-vil- e, where thoy have been slnco Monday. Mr. Compton went as a representative of Whitcsvlllo Lodge P. & A M., in the Grand Lodge, which convened in Louisville, Tu.s-da- y morning. CHEVROLET a rmimm. rfflfeV WfcuGfil Urn ' - 'f'A'JiVJ should scrap every gun, put - soltller to making Mrs. Hub Myers, and Mr. and Mrs. roads or r tho 'fields, there aro none who Lawrence. Stevens were guests of Mr. vill ijn&Trcl with your righ,t to offer and Mrs. It. J. Stevens Sunday. Mrs. Baker Rhoadea spent Saturjxjrdi rosolutlons In your meetings, will bemany who will day and Sunday nt Simmons. 33ntaKh thcra Mr. and Mrs. Jodie Duval, of tfsaEPDo "with your Tconclnsloiis' sent a few days last week, wo need an lint l admit that trod .yet xesolvo that wo should In this city. Miss Anna Lou Hazelrlgg, of skT train It; to agree that armed spent the week-en- d with her Gerties of men are required for lor police duty, for tho parents, this city. Miss Clltfic Austin made a busitkixtvirtK of thnt laantlo of law and Jilmut our citizenship, which ness trip to Greenville Saturday. She 53Ct was accompanied homo by her sister, "Ss t'e .guarantee of tho Government at Tis nil in tho enjoyment of life, Miss Lockie, who is teaching in Tilcrty, and Vhe pursuit of happiness Spring Ridge. xA inon to say that these who aro ' Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pate spent bun- rar cnardlans can not bo trained j day In Hartford. With their son, Mr. 37iOTit riolation of tho "spirit Addis Pate, and Mrs. Pate. rVrch promotes good will," Is not j Mr. Jessj; Chlnn has sold his resl-orapress tnoso who listen to you donee on Main Street to Mr. ob King, rwtatyonr-cooi- l 31". Elvis Smith spent the V.ok- senso or your vision.' TTusMtait fieorgo WaBhlngton, who end in Centrnl City, with her daugh-tw, "Hrst Vn peace," when peace was 'or. Mrs. Leslie Balrd. j Mr. and Mrs. Guy Muffett, were TsEslbK firtd:, mure 3s nothing so likely to pro- - In Uumloe. recently, Mr. Pet? Kendall and Miss Connie tjspcft prnce ns to bo well prepared to ' a.uct the enemy.' I think It would. ' Ralph "stole a march.;' on their 1 TicJt lor as to hold forth at least' friends Saturday by motoring over twsj appearance of preparation and ' to Oworssboro, where they wore unlt-pa- r, and Tcally to do what our ed in tho bonds of m,atr!mony. Mr Blanchard. of Contertown, has o&TTHIes and the curcumstances of almost Complet'd his residence in star finance may Well justify. Zjtit is nave peace, 'Indeed. But the Sowder's addition and will move 3rr s not have tho foolish peaco of into same in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Dlankenship SfamxancG and folly, but the mighty XnuKti ol n btrong people, protected 'and Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown wero t!flj trained men against the enemies In town Sunday. ii tratluty, of national security, of' Mr. and Mrs. Herchel Roach and children spent the latter part of the GiJ week at Bethel. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil TaIor have "From, the Lowell and, Harvard oh-- 5 come marvelous stories moved to Rapport, where Mr. Tay-stOTatarlrs r.xpnt stellar discoveries; of a lor employed. Mrs. T. A. Taylor, or Stanford, I1J. srfar i:lnster more distant than any IriaicTto known; of the extension of arrived Saturday, to visit her mother, ?.& &no?rn confines of the galatlc Mrs. J. D. Williams, Mr. RlberUShlvsly has purchased sjtupiu to 'tho inooncivablo flgufo st aSD.000 parsecs or light years (a tho building of the Home Plate ' 13 tho distance light can taurant. star The restaurant of Mr. Charlie Pet-JT,In a year, and light travels crs' has been pa.t.hasod by Mr. Joe per second.) miles XX .thsra Ka over an astronomer ICuunemoth.. tr1!) was not a Toverent and wholly Th, Stork visited the home of ' ArflovlnK worshipper of God, he has Rov. Dehart and left a boy, October eenewfled the fact successfully. Those 14th. Among those who took Civil u,Sn gaze thru nt the in- -' 'of tllstance, the marvola of vlco oxamlnatlon at Centr3j City and the miracles' of bal- - urday wero Miss Edith Porter, Dick :asttwl force which are everywhere in Arbucklo. Jess Dlankenship, Albert this, afey, have first-han- d evidence of Luicb and Morton Willams. C e mightiness of Him who mada ami ntles the universe. I'A-KliOANS STrery discovery of nature wo maOire, uvrry iiuhlng back of tho you nii liunndaries, overy now war-t- J When you need a loanpositionwant to I nm In we Bee, but make the wiwlom and it promptly. th? Almighty more muni- - loan you money at a low rate of in- !Gt4 torest on farm lands. I M. T. PARKS, Hartford. Side uy side, In the dally paper. "fit : ar-sn- y, J Z C 'inilned, your convictions aro 31iX tills 'country needs no soldiers, J1I2AVEK DAA!" John Cook left yesterday morning for Detroit, Mich., where they will spend aeveral days, Mr. and Mrs. n . Ul tvtj- as guests of Mr. Cook's son, Mr. Carmen Cook. On their return home Mr. and Mrs. Cook will visit relatives at Crofton, Ky. Miss Mary Dixon, of Henderson, is tilling the position as operator at tho local depot, during the absence of Mr. Cook. Rov. Russell Walker and E. II. Sheffield, city, went to Louisville Tuesday, tho former as the re presentative of Hartford Lodge No. C75 P. & A. M. In the Grand Lodge, which convened in that city, Tu a- day morning and tho lntter, as a delegate of Keystone Chapter, ro. HO R. A. M. to the Grand Chapter, which convened Tuesday evening. " o ROAD MKKTINU WAS SPAKSEIiY ATTKNI)KI . The road meeting held at the courthouse last Saturday was not very largely attended, although seventhusiasts wore on eral hand to take part In Uo discussion. good-roa- , An organization was perfected by election o' Dr A. D. Park as Chairman and McDowell A. Fogie. Secretary. The proposition of submitting a mad bond Issue in the sum of $300,0) Was discussed and the meeting adjourned to October 23, which time It Is planned to havt a large gathering of Oho County citizens. th $525.00 F. 0. B. Flint, Mich. -- '. ; 0 a-- t A glance at this car shows why it stands in a quality class of its own in-- , ' comparable. A Vacuum feed with gas tank on rear. The world's lowest priced quality car. Call at our Garage and sec the new Models. o ai t res-3s2- arel , Ser-dthl- fs OIjAfOX QuUenbirry and Miss' Hazel brother, Odle, visited friends and last relatives in this community, weok. Mrs. Ernest Truman is visiting relatives in Hardin County. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bean, c! B. Lyons and childron motortd to Sunday. Mr. Ray Cook was In Hartford ' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Armes of Louisville, are guests of C. B. Lyons, and family, this week. Deputy Sheriff G. P: Jones and Tax Commissioner, Roy Keown, were In town Wednesday. Mr. Fred Baizo, salesman for the Beaver D.m ,Auto Cir was In town Wednesday. The marriage of CI D. Bean as reported In this column on October Stll, as having taken place in Louis-vfH- e. should have been Indianapolis, Ind as they went from Louisville to Indianapolis for tho ceremony. Ow-ensb- WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS HARTFORD, KY. V 9he FLORSHEIM SHOE ma muAOi" racnxsKS Ray Sulser, McHenry. to Gladys ill Hn Jhe RIALTO - Obr the man Ivho cares 4 , Amtln. McHenry. Jno. L. Bennett, Llvla, to Helen Stinnftt, Hartford, R. P. D. Walter Wood, Beaver Dam, to Golda Goodall, Beaver Dam,. Clement Wilkerson, Whltesvllle, Route 1, to Zolnia Hawkins, Whltes-vill- f. Clay Leach, Beaver Dam, to Bot-ty- e Martyno Taylor, Cromwell. Delbeit Anthony, Fordsvlllc to 01-- le Whltten, Fordhvllle. Shopwnlkor She complains that you didn't show her common civility. Shop GUI I showed hor everything in my department, sir. The Beaver Dam Tin Company announces that the "MUSC MASTER" have all been tiie keys given out and the Lock is on display. Come in and trv your keys. There is only one key among the several thousand handed out that will unlock the lock. It might be yours, so don't fail to give them all a trial. The Lock and Talking Machine will be on display until the right key comes along, or for thirty days from October 1st. n case no one has claimed it before November 21st, it will bo given away as follows: When you try your keys, write your name and aridress'plainfy on slip of paper provided, and drop m a fcox provided and register your name in our record book, f the successful key does not come in, tiie tenth name drawn f ronr the box will be presented with the Music Master. Your name will be in the box but once. fr IMtACTIOATi I'OINTl'UH Oilcloth or linoleum painted over with shellac Ktvojj a brilliant polish without causing a slippery surface; it will wear longer, and the frequency of necessary cloanlug Is materially lessoned. Tainted wallB can bo cleaned bylo't-tln- g a kottlo of water boll In a ttsht-l- y closed room until U creator a molsturo all over the walls. Than dip a suft cloth in- a pall of hot suds containing a tahtcspoonful of ammonia mid go over the nails with It. Tu avoid burntng'ln tho process of baking a caku lino the pun with pil ed paper, pour tu tho batter and then set It tu tho orou Uiilile another pan containing n layer of sand. - ' A wide flat much- desired by younger men who wear shoes of, the different ,' tvne. Lilit "wpicvht Tan Grairi" leather i<f O O ' .''rTt V .. Srvlf rnmfnW . - with t 'V,.wi'-'- i 1 Sfw.-'- iW Beaver KI1 wry Dani, Ky. --- ,l s,'- - f , I BEAVER DAM TIN CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. "Well, Bloom," a physician nsked oung collongno who was Just starting In, "how's our practice?" "In the mornings practically uo-ocomeV' wus the reply, "and In the afternoons the rush falls off a 't Stockholm ICaspar n tl HT" W -- mmmm- M i 1