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XXXIII BRITISH BREAK WITH Subscription $1.50 per Ye& NUMBER 33 FEBRUARY 11, 1921. ejitlno; that a Palestlnn nationality should bo established, granting tho Jew and tho Arab tho samo standing. HEDJAZ KING, CLAIM Wo Arabs have always lived In peace with you. wo havo noveruopnveu you of your rights.' What we thero-tor- o ask of you Is: 'Do not demand Mandates For Mesopotamia domlnanco today whon you aro only a handful In Palestine. " And Palestine Bring ' HARDING DECLARED ' ELECTED PRESIDENT Joint Session Places 'Finish-inTouch To Re-- . cord. J. g predated solos, the assistance ot each being gratuitously rondered. Alto- SAYS JAPAN IS gether, tho show was' well rendered AFRICA DEFEATED and met with tho most general apFOR DISARMING proval of anything of that character put on hero In a long time. The proceeds amounting to approximately Smuts Victory Lifts Load Of $117.00, are to bo devoted to educa Opposition Leader To Intro--"du- ce tional advancement In the local Worrey From British Measure In SECESSIONISTS Protests. London, Feb. 8. I'rlnco Emir elsal, fonnor King of Syria, In bo- half df his father, King HuBseln, of tho Hedjaz, has protested to tho British government against tho mandates ior Mesopotamia and Palestine, contending they aro not Jn accordanco by with tho pledges given s-- tho" Drltlsh government. The Arabs, ho adds, do not object to Help from Great Britain and doslro tho continuance of tho alllanco oxlstlng during tho war. Ho suggests that the groat expenditure Great Britain is making might bo saved ''by helping the Arabs to form a government of tholr own under British advisors for territories in question." Such a solution, ho urges, .would roalizo tho Arab aspirations, meet tho approval of tho British taxpayer and redeem tho pledges of the Drltlsh .government. "Tho Arabs, in return, do not ex--" poet a subsidy," says tho prince, "but merely a government loan guaranteed by tho riches of Mesopotamia which soon will becomo a second Egypt." STOKE AT ASKINS DESTROYED BY' HUE Mind. i school. Diet. Toklo, Feb. 8. .N T. II. BLACK ENTERS RACE FOR SHERIFF Tho gonoral store owned and op-- J orated by Mr. George Clark at Asklns, was destroyed by flro last Saturday night. The building and ontlre stock was consumed by tho blazo. The loss sustained uy Mr. Clail: will not bo very heavy us Insurance was carried on the burned property. BARN XBAll SIHtEVK A good consumed' by" Fine barn belonging to Mr. C. Wnlkor, of Shrcvo, togethor with 5,000 pounds of tobacco sovoral bushels of oats, a lot of harness, baled straw nnd hay was destroyed by flro ono day last week. Tho blazo started from a flro used- - by four men whllo stripping tobacco In the barn at tho time, about 11 o'clock In tho N. V. Friends of Candidates Present forenoon. The recording of the votes was attended by all the formality nnd solHARTFORD TRIMS emnity" prescribed by the ConstituCANEYVILLE HIGH tion and thero not only were present he members of tho Senate and House, Locnl Bojs Add Ninth Vcltory To but many relatives anil friends ot the String; IIno Lost But Two successful candidates. Arabs Vlndlclho lltxco Clashes To Dntc. mahogany London, Fob. 8. Emir Folsal, tho Two highly polished boxes, Inlaid with rosewood and holmost prominent leader of tho Arabs, Hartford High School's Quintette ly wood, wero dumb actors In this uttered a wnrnllng to tho world today and particularly to thoso interested defeated tho Cancyville Federal High drama ot democratic government. 'ln tho Near East, that thero will bo Goal fllngors on tho latter's court Resting on tho Vice President's desk no pcaco in tho Near East until tho last Friday night in what was por-ha- they contained the official ballots ot tho hest and cleanest game play- the electors of tho forty-eigStates, Arab aspirations arc fully realized. Of tho present Situation In Pales- ed during the season, as will be seen Irialphabetlcal order, beginning with from tho score, 29 to 23. Caneyvlllo Alabama's vote, the returns, in large tine, ho said: "The Arabic world is in a stato of not only has n good, clean bunch, envelopes blazing with sealswore Ilssatlstactlon and omblttcrment. Not but a clever and shifty team. It is, to opened by the VIco President, hand Hartford has play ed to tho Senate and "Houso tellers one of tho Arab aspirations, not ono go up against. of the pledges mado to tho Arabs in ed eleven H. S. games and has como ono Republiean and one Democrat Palestine has up to the present been out victorious in nine. Clarkson de- representing each "body and read to redeemed. It la only natural that feated her by one point, and Shep- - tho assemblage and recorded. At the conclusion of the announcetho Arabs In Palestine today aro as herdsville making tho other dark dissatisfied as their brothrcn overy-Arho- spot on her horizon, and U was a ments nnd taly, Vice President Marbig black spot at that. It flashed by shall declared formally that Mr. Har, else. "Two years ago I said to tho In just about ten minutes of time, ding had been chosen President and Zionist leader, Dr. Wolzmann: "Only whon tho greator portion of a 44 to Mr. Coolldgo Vice President In ofIf tho Arab claims aro fulfilled will 24 score was registered against tho ficial language that tho announcequiet and ordor reign in tho East local boys who had apparently fallen ment should "be doemed a sufficient and peace and harmony prevail be- asleep, not nt .the switch but In the declaratjonof the persons elected tween tho Jews and tho Arabs. Oth- goal's shadow President and 'Vice President ot the Gottlng away, or trying to, from United States, each for a term erwise, if tho Arabs do not receive 4, 1921. what they consider they are rightfully that sad beating: The Hartford lads The Joint session today Kvas orderentitled to In the way of independ- havo mado tho total of 279 points in ence and national freedom, the Zion- tho 11 contests staged, to tho opposi- ed by resolution of both Senate and ists also will be unablo to retain tion's 191. In tho nlno games won House. At 1 o'clock led by two Sontheir peace If the Arabs obtain the locals made an average ot 25 3 ata pages carrying tho ballot boxes, for tho losers, yet thoy scor- tho Senate, following the Vice Presit Jhoy rightly demand, then It to will bo to their Interest to work ed slightly ubovo tho 25 average in dent and escorted by its sergeant-at-arm- s, the two games lost, and In no battlq secretary and other officials, ,'hand in hand with your people.' has the homo team scored In excess proceeded to tho Houso chamber, Vindictive Knee. "Remember wall! Wo Arabs are a of 33 points, nor has any defeated where they were announced with cervindictive race. Wo aro true and team made more than 23 points. Tho emony, tho House membership' rising faithful to our friends. But when the lowest score made during tho season as the senatorial party entered. As Arabs discover that their friend has was 12, tho first game played, altho prescribed by law, the Vice President sho won that fracas by been disloyal to them, they must with took charge ot the session, Let's go back to Caneyvlllo again?' Sp'eaker Gillett seated at his left anil themselves. "You may bo sure that if tho Jews Crowe was tho shining light for Hart tho Senators at her right of tho cham .aro loyal and faithful to us, they will ford in points registered, having gar- Tini. never havo reason to complain, of nered 1G, all from field tosses. Ellis In opening the ceremonies Mr. Mar Arab disloyalty and animosity. If found the hoop five times from the shall gave the usual warning against tho Zionists think we Arabs have lost field and mado it 11 points by ono demonstrations by tho spectators, a our political future, It they think wo freo throw, .Robertson caging the oth warning which always has been hon" are lost forever and deem us to bo no er field goal. Milan tor Caneyvljle, ored In the breach until the galleries more, ono day they will awaken and sunk the sphere of hide and air lost their enthusiasm under the verthrough the circle from tho difficult bal procession of formal announcerl find that we have returned. "Somo day we shall achieve our na- territory 8 times and throw once on ments by the four tellers. Tho votes' canvassod today were tional alms. What I aks of tho a foul, Embry making the other 6 and support points. Tho lineup was as follows: cast last January 10 by the electors Zionists Is Caneyvlllo meeting In their respective States and at this fateful moment. This will he Hartford ' Byen have since been arriving almost dally F. of no harm to the Zionists and the Crowb r Milan at tho Vlco President's office. Dupli F. Zionists cause. If tho Arabs achieve Ellis Embry cate returns also have been sent by C. which they demand, friendship Robertson that, Qlvjons m HanadaalJ O. and peace will bo securod between Bartlett Taylor mail and the law requires that a third G. these two peoples. That is why I Williams Subs: For Hartford Shultz; Ca set be filed with the Federal District speak so plainly to you. I want to Impress upon your people that there neyvlllo Burdon and Hlggs. Reforeo Court of each State. Anrongthe perand umpire Foreman, of Hartford nnd sonal messengers who brought the will bo trouble It our hopes fall." "Would It not make tt easier to Bratcher, ot Caneyvlllo, alternating. ballots to Washington wore women Canoyville will be hero tomorrow serving as such tor the first time in jot tho Jows in gain the tho Arab cause lt'any misunderstand- night on a revenge seeking expedi- tho nation's history. ing wore removed by a pjaln and tion. COUNTY'S ACCOUNTS frank statement that the Arabs will ARE BEING AUDITED support the establishment of a Jew- SQUIRE '11. C. RHOADS ANNOUNCES FOR S. O. O. . ish Palostino?" Emir Felsal was ask Squire J. L- - Patton, ot Rockport, . s ed. Butler C. Rhoads has shied his hat and Mr. John 11. Wood, ot Ceralvo, "Do not speak at this moment of a Jowish Palestlno," ho ropllod. "Do In the ring for tho Republican nomi- iivo beon hard nt wprk since Tuesday not anticipate, the future. Today In nation for Sheriff ot Ohio County. going over the receipts and expendiX'al'&Uno you are not moro than from Squire Rhoads has boon a member of tures ot tho County during the period, to 10 per cent of tho population. the FlscaJ Court during tho past embraced in the past calendar year. ' Vqu can not come to the Arab, who three years and has boen brought into County Clork Blankenshlp is nss,lst-In- g in tho work. Tho Fiscal Court has llvod thero for centuries and sujf contact with public affairs that tend to him :"Qo. away. Leave your "land, to ,add to his fitness for tho office has appointed thoso gentlemen to audit tho County's hecause wo Jows want to establish he seoks. Squire Rhoads is by occu. patlon a 'farmer and resjdes In the books and accounts durfng tho n,ast ourselves hero." v "What I agreed upon with Dr. Bartlett precinct, at Taffy, and is throe years and'thoy havo becomo Tho repoit-wil- l "Wolzmann was that tho Arab and tho well known on (he North side ot the adopts lntho business. be completed today. would have equal rights lu Pal- - River, Jow 11. ps -ht Washington, Feb. 9. Warren Ga maliel Harding ot Ohio and Calvin Coolldgo of Massachusetts was formally declared today by Congress to bo elected President and Vice President of tho United States for four years, beginning next March 4. Thus was written the final chapter in tho history ot tho 1920 Presidential elections. The sceno was laid in tho chamber ot the House of Representatives with tho Democratic Vice President Marshall presiding, Tho occasion was tho canvassing ot the olectoral votes- - cast by tho electors chosen on November 2 404 for the Republican candidates and 127 for the Democratic candidates, former Governor Jam M. Cox, of Ohio and Franklin D. Roosevelt, of Hyde Park, ' ro 1-- it 1- -9 -- -- s , - Carl M. Taylor, ot Beaver Dam, has urging separation, representatives of "lost cause" of the Boors. Hert- Joined In the race for the Republithe zog heads the "Nationalists," while can nomination ,or hcrift ot Ohio tho third party, known as the La- - County. Mr. Taylor has 'been a borltes, is led by Colonel Crosswell. farmer and for some years engaged By playing the two opposing par- In the lumber business, a man of wide ties against each other With his con- experience and wU fitted for the of political summate skill, General fice for which he asks his party to Smuts has managed to remain In pow indorse him in the comtntr nrlmarv er while actually In a minority. It election. Mr. Taylor has a personal! this issue in which is declared, however, that the out- letter elsewhere-ilook was favorable for the return of ,he states his cause to tho voters ot his parly by a small majority, insur Itlm County. ing a continuance of the present gov-- . G. A. RALPH ASKS PLACE eminent and further realization of ON TICKET FOR SHERIFF the dreams of Cecil Rhodes, who g6vern-mefounded the British colonial G. A., (Lon) Ralph, makes public in South Africa. his announcement In this, issue, asa . m candidate tor the Republican nomiLANDIS SINGING ORCHESTRA HERE FEBRUARY 22 nation" for Sheriff of Ohio County. Jlr. Ralph was the runner-u- p contend The Landis Singing Orchestra com er for this honor In the primary ot posed ot six real artists, will till an 1917, and in his former campaigns an engagement at tho College Audi- has made acquaintance with voters torium February 22. This Com- In all portions of the County. Mr. pany has been given In substitution Ralph has resided in Hartford durfor the Dunbar Quartette, which ing the past few years and, has been failed to reach this place on account engaged In the timber, stock business and farming. His wide range ot exot missing train connection at perience eminently qualifies him for Is the position he seeks. The Landis Singing Orchestra ono of the highest priced numbers in GEORGE P. JONES SEEKING the wholo Redpath course and perNOMINATION FOR SHERIFF haps will bo the most entertaining ot all the numbers shown here. Georgo P. Jones, ot the Washing ton country, Is betoro the Republi CICERO CROWDER SEEKING NOMINATION FOR SHERIFF cans ot Ohio County asking tor the nomination at their hands, for by public sheriff. Mr. Jones was a candidate H. C. (Cicero) Crowder, announcement, in this issue, enters for this position four years ago and tho contest for tho Republican nomi- whllo not successful he. made many nation tor Sheriff ot Ohio County. friends and became well acquainted Mr. Crowder has been engaged in with a large number ot the citizens. farming, and teaching in tho public Mr. Jones Is a prosperous farmer and schools until three years ago. He qualified for the position he desires, has been office deputy for Sheriff having had considerable experience Bratcher during the fall nnd win- as a deputy sheriff. a ter months, thereby acquiring CAL P. KEOWN IN working knowledge of the duties SHERIFF'S RACE to tho office to which he asSepires. Mr. Crowder resides in In the proper place In another col lect, whero he has lived all ot bis life. umn of this Issue, wo publish tho e of Cal P. Keown ot HartMINSTREL A HIT. Tho minstrel given nt tho Collogo ford, as a candidate for the RepubliAuditorium Thursday of last woek can nomination for Sheriff ot Ohio County. Mr. Keown, wo feof, needs under auspices of tho local Association, was a decided nothing in tho way ot an introducsuccess from all stand points. Tho tion from us, having had fitting exCompauv was made up o( homo tal- perience in the office for which he ent, with two exceptions, Mr. Roy asks to bo nominated at tho hands Ilafnhlll, of MadlsonVlllo, who pulled ot his party, in tho coming primary n nt Madi-sonvlll- London, Feb. 8. The issue of adhesion to the Drltlsh Empire has won In tho elections in South Africa, according to reports received in London early this morning. The results as so far declared point to Premier Jan Smuts winning the congest which was waged on the direct issue of adhesion or separation from tho empire. Two at tho most prominent lahor-lte- s are declared to have been defeated, one ot them being the leader of tho laborlte wing. Colonel Crosswell, leading laborlte candidate, together with another labor candidate Kent Ridge, wertf the first whose defeat was announced. The elections occurred in 134 conv stituencies. Hud Britain Worried. Tho election ot a new legislative assembly In the Union of South Africa, where tho fate of Premier Jan Smuts Is In the balance, has been worrying the government of Great Britain since the war. The question of setting up as an independent republic the Va3t territories of South Africa, including the Transvaal, Cape of Good Hope, Orange Free State nnd tho Natal, with a total population of more than 5,000,000, involves the overthrow of the administration ot General' Smuts, now prime minister of tho Union of South Africa. Only'iby his political strength has General Smuts been able to keep control foT1 tho Parliament lor. .the past two years. During all that time he has had the violent opposition of General Hertzog, who Is also a former Eoer general and leader ot the forces His Mr. for. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, City, received a letter written by Mrs; Holbrook January 5, which bore tho Information that McHenry was doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Holbrook had Intended to return to their home here In the spring, for quite a lengthy vacation, as by the rules of the concern with vhlch he Is connected, he had earned a full year off, but owing to arrangements which Mr. Holbrook has accepted, he will go to Manila, Philippine Islands, at an early date, where he will remain for another year. CARL M. TAYLOR ASKS FOR NOMINATION FOR SHERIFF his former leader of the Kense Kai, or announcement for the Republican, Opposition party, told the Associated. nomination tor Sheriff of Ohio Coun- Press this morning ho would' today ty. Mr. Black has heretofore served lQtroduco Independently before tho tho County in this capacity and has Diet a resolution proposing curtailbeen prominent in County politics ment of naval armament. diirlngtho past several years, arfd His resolution, he said, would aslc therefore so wftlcly known that Japan to communicate with tho nothing that wo could add wduld the United States and England, and to debotter acquaint our readers with his cide on tho best wa yto restrict naval fitness and ability to serve the peoplo programmes in conjunction with, as tax gatherer and chief peace offi- thoso nations. M. Ozakl wns expellcer. Mr. Black has been engaged in ed from the Kenfeel Kal last Friday farming during tho past several years because he had not supported a sufand is now following that avocation. frage bill urged by that organization. Tho dramatic expulsion of M. Oka-- ki McHENRY' HOLBROOK from the Kensei Kal following his UNDERGOES OPERATION determined stand for reduction la armaments and his Insistence on McHenry Holbrook, with the strict constitutional procedure Banking Corporation, now with the suffrage question located in Kobe, Japan, was forced has madeira a striking national figto undergo an operation, January 5, ure, The newspapers are devoting; parents, appendicitis, columns to him. The correspondent today found M. Ozakl at his homo in tho suburbs, where ho was surrounded by politicians with whom ho was eagerly discussing the situation in Japan. "My resolution," said M. Osakf, "already has been filed with the Secretary of the Diet. Briefly it follows the lino of the resolution of Senator Borah. It provides .that Japan should, communicate with the United States and Great Britain on naval reduction. My idea Is that an international agreement on this should be reached. "As for army expense, I will propose that expenditures should bo reduced as far as possible and that army projects should be In accordanco with the Covenant of the League or Nations." The morning newspapers announced that M. Osaki's armament reduction resolution will bo.drqpped by tho Kensef-Ka- i, because he has been expelled from that party. Simultaneously comes tho news that progressive leaders like Saburo Shimada, President of the House ot Representatives, and otHers, havo decided to join M. Osakl in an independent armament curtailment campaign, in the belief that the world situation and Japan's own future make an International agreement impratiye. Defends Motives. M. Osakl said today fhat ho always-haacted in the Merest of tho State, which would remain the basis for his future political activities. Net party spirit had guided vhls policies, (but he was convinced the time had arrived in Japan for the formation; of a new and better party which', event tho small, would include young and progressive spirit? The conservative newspaper, Jijl Shlmpo, amending tho viewpoint expressed on January 26, thinks that Japan has a golden opporunlt'y to restrict armaments and take advantage ot the world tendency to observe a naval holiday. It calls attention to' the tact that while nearly halt tho budget is to armament, Premier Hara-tell-s tho Diet that the nation's finances forbid further expenditures on education. "This disproportionate utilization of theState's Income," adds the paper, "Is largely the cause of tho present financial difficulties. Despite the necessity for the completion ot the country's defenses, it can- not be again said that there Is room. for retrenchment In military expendi-do-vo- ted T. H. Black has formally mado Yukio Ozakl, a s d e. .. per-talnt- ng Paionf-Teach- er a number of good acrobatic ptunts, and Mr. W. E, Fowlor, Jr., of Contra) City, who assisted In tho music and also rendered a couple ot much ap- - Snys U. S. Should Lend. The Asahi Shlmbun considers that says, eventually Amorica, which, will be master ot the seas, holds the key to tho armament problem. It thinks that Japan and Great Britain would accept an Invitation to study curtailment of armaments if Issued by America In the right spirit, and hopos that Mr. Harding will glvo prompt attention to tho proposal of Senator ' Borah. The Hochl is glad that a man ot Ozaki's high principles Is behind a Imporproject of such world-wld- o oloctlon. Mr. Keown Is known of, tance and trusts that ho will work and by a great majorily of the people tor the diffusion ot political training of tho County he would sorvo. Ills among tho youngor men ot the em pire. abilities are unquestionable. t tures." It r i r v-rjC- -j M Illinois, one of tho Democratic mem- would cnuso n doflclt of $70,000,000 bers of tho Cominltteo on Ways and becauso his determination was against JjB Means for finding how to get enough tho will of Congress, composed of the EjP AH AID OF FAMILIES rovonuo for meeting tho expenses of representatives of tho pooplo, which HI IN tho government, has Ella M. Ralnoy had appropriated for only 175,000. linker Is At Fault. Ilstod for $1C3.34. "Secretary Bakor'a action In mainRoprcsontntlvo Lonnldas D. RobinEj 3Jut Republicans Go On Sav- son, of North Carolina, pays his taining nn army of 225,000 is a violation ot tho will of per month. brother $153.34 ing Millions For Tax Ropresentntlvo Milton A. Romjur, Congress nnd rovcals n spirit of plquo Payers. of Missouri, gives his wife, M. N. in not having his way when tho committee brought in tho last bill," Romjur $120 por month. Representative Frank Mondoll, Ropresentntlvo Ehotus W. Sims, of THE UNIVERSAL CAR IBy Snoll Smith) Tennessee, gives his niece, Miss Etila majority loader of tho House. "Tho Washington, Fob. 7. Constern- McDonnld, $153.34 per month, and Secretary of War, llko everyone elso lc ation Jios been caused among tho his daughter, Miss Enid Sims $153.34. who was informed at all on tho subGenuine Ford Service and Parts . .members of tho House of And bo on through a long list of ject, understood tho will, intent and by dlsclosuro of tho fact Domocrats bent on getting while ithe purpose of Congross to limit tho army Insist on gonuhm Ford parts for your Ford car. Mall order houses, stores and cthat .many of their number havo been gottln' Is good. Tammany wades In to 175,000 men for the current year. carrying their wives and other near In approved Wigwam style. Repre- Instead of abiding by and following many garages soil Imitation countorfolt parts which havo "not tho qunllty of tho -- rolatlves on the rolls for clerk hlro. sentative David J. O'Connor pays M. that will and purposo, as every other genulno Ford parts, but thoAuthorlzod Ford Dealers as well as tho Authorised Sales Most of thoso guilty of this prac-Jtlc- o H. Zlnner $186 per month and Frank Socrotary ot War has dono slnco tho Ford parts. You aro snfo with nnd Scrvlco Dealers soil only tho genulno Ford-mad- e are from the Southern States, Rlzzo $120 per month. "Neither" foundation ot tho government, In a thorn, while your car is mighty unsafo If repaired with imitation parts. Tho real In control of .the House says tho Now York World, a Demo spirit of wllfullness and In detinnce which when in tho Ford parts aro mndo from tho samo properly hented steel ns their countor-pnrt- s jprior lo the present Congress held cratlc paper, "has been seen in Wash of tho will of Congress, tho Secrotnry .chairmanship of nearly every im- ington since tho member was induct has at great exponso recruited 'the according to its uso. Depending upon tho sor-vld .tho Ford car. Every part is portant committee in both branches.of ed Into office." Representative Dan- army to 225,000." Tho Secretary has they porform, Ford parts aro temporcd to insuro tho longest life. Tcst6d after national legislature, fixed tho iel J. Riordan carries two men on the fDeen trying to Justify tho Judgment almost overy operation while being manufactured, theso parts present a vast dltferonco prlcD of Northern wheat at $2.26 per oil In the samo way. Representative of tho American peoplo at tho last Counterfeit parts rango from from those hot manufactured under Ford supervision. ibushel nnd refused to place any lim- Thomas P. Smith, secretary of the election. It was not necessary. They soventy-flv- o por cent below tho qunllty of tho Ford standard. Don't tako thirty to itation upon Southern cotton, spent "Hall," pays Charles J. Ackerson Woro fully Justified before ho dflant-l- y chances; demnnd Ford parts, thoy'ro snfor. Bring your Ford to us and thus mnko 5490,000,000 for army camps In tho $1S6.67 per month and he, too, has violated the law and flaunted the -- South nnd $200,000,000 in the four--tee- n never been seen here. will ot Congress." "assurance doubly sure." If you want a Ford car, truck or Fordson tractor, loavo states of the North and taxed the Cut Off Employes. Republicans Save On Totnl. your order without dolay, as now wo can mako fairly prompt dolivory Touring Cars, samo Southern states $201,000,000 The third great piece pf legislative Meanwhile tho Republican Congress Why not drop In and talk Coupes, Sedans, Runabouts, Trucks and Fordson Tractors. 18 compared to $2,190,000,000 for the has been continuing its record of sav economy enacted by the House durover your wants? same fourteen Northern states. ing money fori the tax payers. Dur- ing tho past few days was tho elimi ing the past few years It has enact- nation of many thousands of superPut In Tockcts. "Likewise when the Democrats were ed throe measures which will have a fluous government employes in tho 3n power in the House they abused wide effect in this direction. One of legislative, judicial and executive ap Xh: .clerk hire allowance voted by tho most important of these Is the de- propriatlon bill. Tho Committee on Sham In the House to such an extent termination on the part of the House Appropriations had warned each cabBEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY Jth&t they gave themselves $2,000 each to cut out tho added expence of In- inet member that no increases in salacreasing Its membership from 4 5 as ries for any employes would bo givis, ithey year for clerk hire; that that the amount should be now to 483 as recommended by the en and so none should bo asked. As :poid to themselves as members and Census Committee In accordance with the result of this Republican advice custom of each ten every Democratic cabinet member, 'not to tho clerks by name. This gave the to their sal-ai- yean incieasing the membership on without exception, appeared before thomtopportunlty to add of $7,500 a year by paying a the same numerical basis as tho pre- the committee and asked for an insmall amount to the clerk and retain- vious decennial peried In 1911 the crease in salary of all employes In the ing the remainder. In, the GBth Co- number of people in each district departments from top to bottom. lived by hunting and tho tasto-fo- r chocolate and cocoa has OFFICERS LIVING ngress, when still in full power, they was 211,877. So .that in the" same None wero granted. grown npaco in America nnd other fishing. creased this amount for clerk hire, proportion of growth of population, IN EASE; BEGGING Chronic Constipation. Prof. H. O. Beyer, ot tho anthropo- countries. Of lato consumption ot .paynblo to tfatunalves to $3,200. So in 1921 the committee fixed the numlogical department of tho University theso products has attained such proThere are peoplo who never havo pointed out was jjreat did the scandal become that ber at 218, 9S6. It Seigel, of tho Philippines, who has tho skulls portions tbnt planters in Central and chairman a movement of the bowels without it British when .tho Republican majority came by Representative Men, Masked, Arc and other-- relics brought from tho South America aro putting out ImSnto control in the House almost tho of the Census Committee, that France is produced by a cathartic. Most of Plying Trndo Of Common cave, expressed the beHef that they mense new plantations to supply tho pass a joint has 680 members in its popular as- them have brought that condition on tficst thing it did was to Street Bcggurs. bolonged to tho early Indonesian peo- world's demands. resolution declaring that the $3,200 sembly, that In tho British House of themselves by the us of mineral ples who emigrated to tho Phillip-pine- s Commons ther are 707 members and waters and strong cathartics that take ffor clerk hire should be paid to the In prehistoric times. Somo ot A scald, burn, or sovoro cut hr . London, Feb. 5. The scandal of clerks themselves; that each member that In Italy there are 50S members. too much water out of tho system and tho skulls also wero found to bo ar- slowly, If neglected. Tho family tAut It was figured by the members of aggravate the disease they are meant pensioned who are said to ishunld be entitled to one or two a custom of declerks at a total of not more than that the Census, Committee who favored to relieve. A mild laxative tonic bo makinc a luxurious llvlnc by na- - tificially deformed, artificially having keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Llnf-me,n tho LomJon forming tho head majority roport that in the House like Chamberlain's Tablets affords a anm; that if only one clerk should the barrcl organ8 on hand Is always prepared for Office gentie movement 01 tne uoweis mat streets is being investigated by the prevailed in somo parts of Etiropo In 2io employed at ?2,000 the remaining chamber and In the House such accidents. Price 25c, 50c and vory early times. 33,200 should not accrue to tho mem-"Sjb- t, Building. there is now sufficient room you hardly.reallze has been produced pollco authorities and the Officers' $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by Ohio Coun by a medicine, and their uso Is not Association, Grosvenor Square. and that tho amount not used for the increase to 483 members. r .m ty urug t'o.. so likely to be followed by constipasnonid not become cumulative. CHOCOLATE CONSUMPTION Million n Year Saved. "Public sympathy and generosity Is " tion, m rossly abused," said an official ot tho This put a stop to the possibility of But a-- minority, of Republicans on COLLEGE GIRL IS m. hn simple transfer of the pay fund the committee, led by Representative association. Tho cacao tree, on which grows the HOTEL DIETITIAN GRAVE OF LINCOLN'S member's salary purposes, as each Fairfield, of Indiana, and a majority "There is no heed for any "GIRL" IS HONORED whose distress is genuine to adopt chocolate beans from which tho famclerk was compelled to sign the roll of Republicans on tho floor of the iliar chocolate and cocoa azo obtainMiss Pauline Konnot, graduate of Sn order to receive the amount, but House decided that the added memthe barrel organ game. ed, is a native of Central and South the Kansas stato agricultural college, At Petersburg, 111., friends of tho money and .at did not stqpahe Democrats from bership would cost more "Our Inquiries show that some of America. Tho seeds or beans grow receives $5000 n year for preparing have putting dear and needy relatives to that therefore the total of 435 should great emancipator grave erected a these men havo collected as much as in molonshaped pods, 20 to 40 in each menus, furnishing recipes, tasting all e, of Ann ct1 at tho public crib, as Indicated remain as It Is. It was pointed out monument on tho $100 a week, and are able to live at who is said to have boen nearer expensive hotels. They start early in pod. Tho plant was cultivated in food and hiring and firing somo 40- Vby tho following facts: mileage alone of .the addithat tho Mexico and Peru centuries before tho odd employees, in her position ot die and dearer to Lincoln than anyone Wives nnd Daughters On tional membership would cost $240,-00- 0 the morning and then make a tour of discovery of tho New World by Eu- titian at a hotol In Columbus, Ohio. else in his younger days. Tho stone fashionable shopping centers. 'Representative William Kettner, of per year, that the increase in ropeans. Chocolato was first made Tho management says sho has saved Ruth-ledge- ," Caarornla, carries his wife, M. M. members' salaries would bo $360,000 Is Inscribed with a poem, "Ann "Tho public, particularly women, In the Unitqd States moro than a cen- 20 per cent of by E. L. Masters. tho cost ft serving tho . Kettner, on tho clerk roll at $120 per per year, and that It would cost $4,- -, are drawn to tho.masked victims, and tury and a naif ago, Slnco that time 400 dally meals. - month. genthe present 000,000 to duplicate demonstrate their sympathy by Representative Lacilas Lazaro, of House Office Building in order to SMILES COME erous donations. "Louisiana, carries Elaino Lazaro at house them. Both majority and "Somo ot the barrel organ AGAIN TO minority of the Census Committee when Interrogated have given $120 per month. PRETTY FACES falso addresses, and It was ascertainRepresentative James V. McClintic, agreed that the clerk hlro amount or Oklahoma, carries his wife, Mrs. under tho new arrangement would ed that others had previously been May McClintic, at $120 per month. cost $155,000 a year and EhUt the Tho Charm of Good Health Hus Its assisted by the association." Source In Rich Itcd Blood. 'Representative James McAndrews, total further expense might run up to Tho Officers' Association has found Nothing On Earth So Ncc- positions for a considerable number ' or Illinois, carries George McAndrews a million dollars per annum. And so cssary for Beauty. of pensioned men, nndjit the sarno it was decided to give each membc at $1 30. 07 per month. Representative Thomas D. more to do during the next ten years time has given financial aid to enable l'cpto-Mnnga- n I Builds Red Blood Oklahoma, has his wife 11st-.- by Increasing the size of his constituency, them to set fop in business. Many complaints have recently been I as A. J. McKeown and pays her and during that time save the tax payers something like $10,000,-00- 0. Restores The Quality of Your Blood, received by the police, and during tho '4120 a month. Brings Back Your Color nnd street , week-en- d the Marlborough Representative Isaac D. McPherson The Great Paperof the Southland Renews Vitality magistrate sentenced a'barrel organ ot Missouri, overdoes it. Ho pays Under the new arrangement the mendicant to one month's ImprisonJoe F. McPherson $220 per month total number of constituents each Personal charm is like a light. It ment. member Is to serve will be 242,415. sind Jcsslo P. McPherson $86.67. .'Representative Joseph J. Mansfield, This will bo 23,529 more than would sheds Its rays everywhere. Is the It was during the hearing of the The Courier-Journ- al is ably edited; it insane and or Texas, carries his daughter, Mls3 havo been tho caso had 583 been de- light of your personal charm hidden case that the allegation was made re In- garding tho large incomes obtained by .Margaret Mansfield, at $120 per cided upon as the proper number. under the bushel of bad blood? dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet ununttu Under this apportionment California stead of habitual smiles do you wear masked men In the West End. fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be ' Representative James H. Mays, ot will gain three new members; Michi- a tired look almost a scowl? Do When the bowels become Irregular tound tne champion of clean government. gan, two; Ohio, two and Connecticut, you tire easily? Are you palo and Utah, pays Arthur J. Mays M Representative Daniel P. Mlnahan, Now Jersey, North Carolina, Texas lacking In vital energy and ambition? you are uncomfortable and tho longer You aro not really 111. Your blood this condition exists tbn worse you The Courier-Journ- al surpasses all its competitors or Now Jersey, pays Llna Mlnahan and Washington, one each. has become weak and sluggish. It Is feel. You can get rid of thl3 misery Army Is Cut Down. in equipment for getting the news of the day, because 52?.Jt i.er month and Martha V. half starved. What you need is the quickly by using Herbin'e. Take a Anothor act in the direction Nlnnhan $78.31 per moa j see how fine it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but g qualities ot that splen- c'loao on going to bed and Repru'cntatlve Samuel J on tho part of Congress Is you you feel next day. Price &0c. Sold ty Aftor the full wire service of the New York Times. In adol South Carolina, pays E. C. Nlcholls tho reduction, of tho army from its did tonic, m n a llttlo Ohio County Drug Company. present basis of 225,00"0, where it has havo taken $120 Ter month. dition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort Uoiiesentatlvo James O'Connor, of been kept by. tho arbitrary action of vhlle you will feel a big Improvement. and at Washington. Xoulrlana, certifies Florewo O'Cou-ai- Secretary Baker, 'to a total of 175,-00- 0. The smiles will come back. People FINDS RELICS OF EARLY FILIPINOS In one day both houses voted will see a difference In you. You will at ?1 80.67 and James O'Ronuor. No Kentucky Home Is, Complete Without It. to compel tho Secretary to stop all make friends again. You wliLhavo Jr., at $120 per month. Manila, P. I. Feb., 5. Nearly fifty Representative William A. Oldfleld, recruiting for the service until the plenty of rich, red blood and fool skulls .believed to have belonged to ot Arkansas, pays his wife, Mrs. Pearl total reaches tho smaller total. Gen- - stronger. n has been building people who Inhabited tho Island of vOliUlold, ?120 per u onth. crni Pershing nnd Secretary Baker By special arrangements wo are now ablo to offer Masbato, one of the Philippine group Representative James W Over-- . botli stated that sixteen months would red blood for years, Physicians Ov- -j uo required to bring tho army down Just south of the Island ot Luzon, at it right along. It has just tho iitreut, of Arkansas, pays Dloto N. The Daily Courier-Journ- al pres i to such a figure. Tho House vote on Ingredients that starved blood needs. k much earlier period than the .rstroet $120 per month. AND THE Ropresentntlvo L. P. Padgett, of the question was almost unanlmitis, Sold In liquid and tablet form. Both ent Filipino race, were found in a pays his wife, Mrs. Ida 285 to 4, Republicans ridiculed the havo the samp effect. But bo suro cavo recently on that Island by Dr. TTannesseo. Hartford Republican ' W. D. Smith, chief of tho mines diPaHKett $120 por month, and h's idea of any immediate danger to tho you get tho genulno Both ono year, by mall, for only 5.75 ot tho Mrs. Frances 0. j United States through trouble with Ask for "Gude's" and bo sure that vision of tho Bureau ot Science dantiler-ln-laPhlllpplno Government. I Japan or any other nation, and irrg- - .the full namo, "Glide's .Padgett. $180.67. This offor applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions, but It is the bolle! of Dr. Smith that Is on tho package AdvertiseRopresontutlvo Frank Park. ol.od that with tho nucleus of 175,000 only to peoplo living in Kentucky, Tonnossoe, or Jndlnna. Now subtho location of tltb cavo was not (Qjrula, glvos E. B. Park $153.34 In the army, tho navy could hold oft ment. scriptions may, it desired, start-- at a later date, and ronowata will known to tho natives of the island, any foreign po'or until a much greatmltr month. ' Number of electoral votes that Wil- being far from nny habitation. date from oxplratlon ot present ones. Representative Edward W. Poa, ot er land force took tho tlold. , 1916 namely 277 Besides tho skulls many primitive Chairman Julius Kahn, ot tho son recolvod-l- n fcJijrtn Carpllnn, glvos GeorgQ R. Pou It you prefer nn evening newspaper, you may substitute T&e House Commlttoo'Qii Military Affairs, added to number that Cox received implements of carpentry nnd warfaro 4J1"J0 p.or month Louisville Times tor the Courler-Jpurna- l. exactly woro collected and brought to Manila. Porcy E. Qulnn, of who put through tho draft law dur- - In 1920 namely Representative Send or bring your orders to tho ottlco ot ftflBslaslppI. one of the Domooratio jBB tho war when tho Domocratlc tho number that Harding received In Those consisted of stone hatchets, ot the Tronsury, gives his chairman of the committee, Represon- - 1920 namely 404. Hore Is a mys- axes, scrapers, pipes, pots and strange waUli dojis THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Deer teeth and shells were tatlvo Dent, opposed it, declared that tic coincidence, but we confess we nmuletwlfe, A. B. Qulnn $120 per month. found In tho cavo, leading Dr. Smith ( l0 maintenance of tho 225,000 stand- - don't know Just how to Interpret It. And Means. Kound Wujs to tho conclusion that the primitive UBpresontatlvo Hrury T Rainey, of (1g army desired by Secretary Bak r (Pathfinder.) tir,m.."riTS GRAB PAY us cd Dcm-ocrat- heat-treate- co BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY time-honor- ry cavo-dwellc- rs nt r i 'or Rut-ledg- -- The Louisville al -- ' Mc-Keo- ! Courier-Journ- ed '' Nl.-hol- ls, blood-makin- Pepto-Manga- n. Pepto-Manga- cr Popto-Mangn- pre-scrl- bo Pepto-Manga- n. w, Pepto-Mnn-gan- ," 127-Miia- kes s - , wwW - DECISION TO RESIST REPARATION FINAL fFirm In Stand To Reject lied Demands Simmons Says. Al- Dy Karl H. Von Wiegand. Borlln, Fob. B. Will Gormany firm In her rofUsal to nccopt ln tho Paris reparations agreement of tha allies? Tho answer to this question Is cans. Ing much speculation and no little uneasiness within Gormnny ns well as abroad. I put this question to Foreign Minister Walter Von Simons today, saying: "Your oxcolloncy knows thnt dor-maropontedly has said "no" and Just as often Inter said "yes" and that there Is a strong Impression abroc nnd in Germany too, that whon tho says "no" It Gorman .government means It." Dr, Von Simons replied to mo as follows: "All I wish to say Is that If Germany's government deviates oven ono f$-l- i from tho declaration mado In the Rolchstag that tho Paris reparations decisions will not bo accopted by Germany ns the basis for negotiations, I will no longor bo in offico and I will do what I can to lnsuro (hat my successor will follow tho samo policy." "And If tho allies should use force and compulsory measures?" I again queried. "Then wo will have to suffer for a tlmo nnd try to bear it," replied tho ny ' slsto of a duck, had n long rod beak nnd such short legs that It waddled Its feet wcro webwith difficulty. bed, and In fighting it used Its bill llko a rapier. Superior agility won for tho rooster, Hunting Hog Hits Collapsed. Natchez, Miss., Feb. B. Tho fag hog owned by mous Tuckef Gibson, w'idoly known Louisiana huntsman, has suffered "norv-ou- s prostration," and Is in n serious condition, according to its owner, who recently brought tho hog horo from Louisiana to train for tho Springfield trials. According to Mr. Gibson, after tho field trials In which ho felt assured his porcine phenomenon would mako good in competition with tho dogs ho had intended exhibiting tho hog in vnudovlllc, and with this end in view had obtained a numbor of birds to bo employed In tho net. Mr. Gibson loft homo for soveral days, leaving tho birds in a cago. On his return ho found" tho porker had located tho birds juid had boen "pointing" them continuously for 3 days and nights. Tho Intonso mental strain, together with tho fact that tho hog had not oaten during that time, ho said, brought on a "general collapse." Frog Ousted From Pickerel, Boston, Fob. C. A frog which had taken up residence in n pickerel's stomach was dispossessed by Harry Fairbanks of this city, who hooked tho fish thru tho ico at Mill Pond, N. bird-huntind, HOUSE GVEnnlOES PRESIDENT'S 'permit senators nnd representatives to sin ok o In their offices nnd in tho Capitol, but would prohibit the President, VETO cablnot officers and diplomatic dorks from smoking. Tho Smoot amendmont drew flro from all sldts. Senator Smith, Democrat, Arizona, protested thaf It was "an entering wedgo for a most contemptible and restraining bluo law." Protesting genornlly against such laws, Senator Smith said that tho "blue law" movement would ralso a of dudes nnd nincom generation poops.' smoko Senator Smoot, who does-no- t and Chairman Warren, of the Committee which brought In the amendment and who Is a smoker, defendBoth said It was ed tho amendment. designed to provent fires in govern ment buildings. Mr. Smoot also said It would stop government clerks from wasting their tlmo. Senator Shields, Domocrat, Tennessee, suggested that tho amendment should apply to the cntlro District of Columbia. Ho said smoking In any building might start a "flro which would endanger government buildings and their records. Senator Robinson, who doe3 not smoke, drow verbal pictures of tho President and his dinner guests being required to leave the White Hous to enjoy their cigars or cigarettes. A child that has intestinal worms Is handicapped In .Us growth. A of White's TCream Vermifuge destroys and expels worms; tho child Immediately Improves and thrives wonderfully. Price 30c per bottle. -m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. few-dos- Children Cry for Fieicfeer'i b Repass Bill To Cut Army In Record Time By 217 To 16. Washington, Feb. 5. Tho House ovorrodo Prcsldont Wilson's veto on the Joint resolution reducing tho army to 175,000 with a sw f tness and scant consideration tonight that havo seldom marked consideration of a President's vlows. Tho vote of 271 to 1C one of tho most overwhelming majorities ever came with recorded against a veto less tt.hR an hour nfto- - tho. inoasuro was laid Lcforo tho IIou ; Thoro was no debate. Republican Leader' Mondell declared the President had raised "no new question or argument" nnd moved an lmmediato voto. The Democrats offered no opposition. Representative Klngo, Democrat, of Arkansas, moved to adjourn but tho few "yeas' on the minority side were drowned kln Republican i? Tho Kind You Havo Always Bought, and which hat in use for over over 30 years, has borno the slgrmli. jf and has been made under hfs oer CJL&yTWTlZfas conal supervision since Its infW All Counterfeits, Imitations and nru Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health uutt Infants and Children Experiences against Experiment... "Just-as-good- Sif . Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Pareswfc--- . Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its-agIs its guarantee. For more than thirty years it hast been In constant use fdr the relief of Constipation, Flatulency wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Fevcrishncss arlslugr therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids, toe assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural (sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A e "nays." All of tho sixteen members voting to sustain the President were Democrats, ten of them "lame ducks." Those who stood by Mr. Wilson, with members whoso term expire March 4 given first, were: Bee, Texas; Clea-r- y, Now Tork; Coady, Maryland; Eagan, New Jersey; Igoe, Missouri; Now McAndrows, Ill!nols;Mlnahan, Jersey; Pell, Now York; Sims, Tennessee; Welling, Utah; Bland, Vir ginia; Campbell, Pennsylvania; Fish-TagMassachusetts; Weaver, North Carolina. Representative Lee, of Georgia, voted "present."Tho vote measure now goes to tho Senate whero It is expected it will be overridden with the samo result. Passages of tho resolution In tho Senate was unanimous. Hon so Leador Sinter Interpreted the President's reasons for opposing tho bill to cut down the army to 175,000 as Indicating he will veto the pending army appropriation which further reduces the enlisted strength to 150,000. u, GENUINE CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature ALWAYS II. A few minutes nftor eviction tho minister. Appeal Made To Labor. Tho advisory council of tho trades uulon exccutlvo councils today, thru Vorwacrts, organ of tho Social Democratic party, Issued tho following appeal to tho worklngmon of tho world. "Tho slavery to which an end was put In Africa is again to be introduced great in Europo. Tho Eurppean powers, who ostensibly wanted and created a Leaguo of Nations, havo determined to reintroduce slavery for half a century. "Dlnck soldiers brought from Africa to 'Europo are to see that these slaves do their duty. . "This slavery is Introduced in th unio of freedom and justice nnd In honor of God and humanity. "Four yoars have tho pcoplo of Europe suffered, under war. For forty years shall tho" people who were under the rule of those upon whom our foes attompt to placo the. guilt of th war suffer for this. "Their children and their children's children sjiall decay and dio. "They themselves are to be kept nllvo like animals of burden In order thnt they may work for tho victors. "A right to Joy and happiness of theirs. lifo shall no moro-b- o Iluln Is Predicted. "What was approximately tho en-tiGerman national wealth before tho war shall bo produced la the years by the Gercourse of forty-tw- o man working men and delivered to tho victors yes, producod In their own country upon which already tremendous burdens havo boon laid produced lo a largo extent from Us natural resources then. And obstacles aro to bo placed In the way of tho export of tho products produced by tho country's work and Industry. "Tho Gorman people havo declared themselves ready to mako reparations for tho actual damages dono within tho limits of tho possibilities, but Gormany is not ready to go toruin for tho advantago of lnternntIonal capitalism. "Hato and bitterness will cat Into tho hearts of tho peoples yes, even fcito Hho hearts of thoso who, for their entire life, havo fought for International agreement and for tho brotherhood of all peoples. "Worklngmon of"tho world, you havo tho floor!" l Besides tho abovo mentioned, tho appeal also Is signed by the league of German trades unions. ro firmistcrnlal tailless amphibian shook off winter torpor and hopped lan guidly to now quarters behind a stovo. Tho frog's "pickerel houseboat" was fifteen inches long. DATO CABINET RESIGNS The Kind You Have Always Bought THK C5NTUH COMI-AH- In Use For Over 30 fears NKW VOWK OITV. W3?Ji&f ASKS' CHINESE ",f U. S. COAST GUNS AIMED FROM AIR Artillery Scores World Record In Air Directed Testa At San Francisco. Feb. 5. Big gun coast defenses of San Francisco recently took world leadership when, .official sorvico reports said, for tho rifles .first tlmo in history, twelvo-lnc- h were fired entirely by directions from tho air. Experiments havo been conducted since last April on between tho army air service balloons and the various coast artillery and heavy nrtlllory posts along tho Pacific Coast. Tho Fourteenth nnd Twenty-fourt- h Balloon companies sent here from Fort Omaha, Nebraska, enndueted So far as known, these experiments. according to official reports, the only previous experiments of this kind, undertaken in 1919 at Sandy Hoqk, resulted In failure Special Instruments woro devised in tho Pacific Coast experiments, which finally In success. Battory Mendell, one of San Francisco's big coast defoiiBP disappearing riflo batteries, claims tho honor of the 'first battory functioning accurately from aerial control. Twenty-two shots at a pyramidlcal target, moving at a rang"o of 14,000 yards, Includod flvo direct "ship" hits. This demonstrated that fog or haze malting low visibility hereafter will not crlpplo San Francisco's coast defenses. Balloons at an altitude of 15,000 to 20.0QO feet get over the fog, locate tho enemy objoct at sen, battery's and direct tho deadly work against tho attacker. Following tho big rlflo experiments tho balloon companies from tho air as well as night firing by fktres and tests of now Instruments. Tho balloon companies will bo permanently stationed at Roos Field, Arcadia, California, as a part of tho Pacific Coast SanFrnnclsco, As a result of tho recent strike of government officials, beginning In tho ministry of finance and spreading to other departments, the chamber of deputies refused a vote of confidence to tho cabinet. Only 154 members voted, the others leaving the chamber. Tho finance minister was All subjected to severe criticism. mombers of the cablnot Immediately resigned,' but King Alfonso Insisted that Premier Dato remain and form another cabinet. JUST RIGHT. PRESIDENT AID JOR Wilson Calls On Kentuckians to Save 40,000,000 Starvation E. Y. MULLINS IS CHAIRMAN the "Whistling Parson." The pastor so far has proved him? self the champion whistler of his com gregation. At a recent service ho invited all who could no sing to Join In whistling the tunes of tho .hymns. As first thero was a feeble response, but n second trial showed that a majority of tho audlenco w.ero expert whistlers and a great volume of, melody and harmony was hoard nbovo tho orchestral and'vocal music. Boss: "How was that whl3ky, "CONGREGATION WILL Rastus?" WHISTLE HYMNS," ETC. Rastus: "Just right." Boss: "Howdye get that just Portland, Ore., Feb. 5. Congrega- right?"" tional whistling has been Introduced Rastus: "Ef It ' had a'been any Into the service of the First Baptist bettah you wouldn't a' "giv it to me Church by tho Rev. John II. Thomp- an' if It had a'been any wuss it would son, who has become known hero as a' klile(fme." COAL OUTPUT LARGE. been within 2S0O miles of Washington city. Tho Argentina earthquake-wafirst believed to bo the cause but: a week later news from China indicated an earthquake there at tho timer-thInstruments recorded. Tho diss aster in China, however, was distant in a direct line thrtt tho. earth. Possibly several quak3 ee currod at tho samo time or It aaj-- , have been an undersea disturbance-'- At any rate scientists aro busy trying: to explain tho cause of natures pranfc t is not often that an earthquake getst. lost. s GO0O-mile- The production of coal in 1920 was the greatest In the history of the country, excepting 1917 and 1918 when war demands were feverishly met. It amounted to GlG.000,000 tons, yhlch Includes both anhracito and bituminous coal. Production in 1918 was 078,000,000 tons. Opportunity does not "knock." Opportunity is not a "knocker." They have even removed, the old-tiknocker from tho front door. You must push now 4o get in. Opportunity is but a date on tho calendar to tell you when to wake up. United Labor Union. x Forty million Chlneso face starvation and although relief be sent Immediately, many millions will die before It an arrive. This Is the summary of President Wilson's proclamation asking the Nation to help the Chinese and whlclfTippeal the Rev. Dr. E. Y. Mul-llnpresident of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary; Louisville, Ky., answered by accepting the chairmanship for Kentucky of the China Famine Fund. . Dr. Mulllns In making public the President's proclamtlon, said no campaign, in the sense of a personally canvass, would be held, but early In Fubruaty the people of Kentucky would be asked to sen.l voluntary contributions to the State Headquarters in Louisville. . President Wilson's proclamation fols, -- Dollars nnd Cents. Counting It only In dollars and? cents, how much did 'that last cold cost you? A man may not always, stop work when he has a c!i, SrS. perhaps it would bo better It ho did. It takes about ten days to get completely rid of a cold under tli'q rpaal treatment. That time can be macJt shortened by taking ChamberlafzOu Cough Remedy and proper caro of yourself, in fact, aN bottle of thfcj remedy in tho house is a mighty EOodv investment during tho winter and' spring months. xe . SHOOT OIL . -- c O.V WATER TO CALM AXGRY WAVES' lows : fog-hldd- Periodic Bilious Attacks. Persons subject to periodic bilious attacks will obsorvo that their appetite fails them Just before an attack. That is, they do not really crave food but eat because It is meal time. If they will cat only a light meal and no meat, then take two of Chamberlain's Tablets' tho attack may bo avoided, m MADE' LIVING SLIPPING ON BANANA PEELS Camden, N. J Feb. 5. Frank Smith, of Philadelphia, Is listed by tho police here as a "professional banana peel slipper." He made a living, It Is alleged by doing plain and fancy falls, attor skidding on banana peels dropped in his path by a Thoy would always occonfederate. cur on railroad or street cars, and after the fall Smith would present a' claim for damages to tho company and recelvo a fat check In settlement. But he skidded once too often, for when ho entered th Public Service Railway Company hero asking for damages for a fall In one of their street cars he wob placed unlcr arrest. Tho police say he-- admitted this newest of "skin games" and the court sentenced him to six months In Jail. ANTI-SMOKIN- 4 STUDENTS LOCATE U. S. CAPITAL SITE defense who carried Tho Pennsylvanlan dynamite in his hip pocket would havo boen all right It the mule hadn't supplied the kick. Capper's Weekly. FRESH-WATER EEL MYSTERY For a long tlmo scientific men have young eols. "olovors" Elovors carried to tho coast by ocean curronts, HOG AND HOUSED FROG ascend tho rivers In great numbers In tho spring. No ono has over found Cornwall, Vt., Feb. C Ornitholoaspawnlng eel. It Is bellovcd there-tor- e that all cols aro hatched In tho gists aro endeavoring to dotormlno tho fpoclcs of a strango bird that soa. mm doscendod in tho barnyard of, Mra F D Manchester, wooirt a Plymouth Rock hen and waa shun in. a jjuol FOR FLETCHER'S . with a Jealous rooster. The intruder was gray, about tho FREAK been trying to loam where fresh Btate of Ohio, City of Toledo, Lucas County, ss. water eels are born. It Is known that Frank J. Cheney tnakts oath that bo Is senior partner of the firm of F. J. those of lakes and rivers of Europo Cheney 4 Co., doing builnen In the City after years of Immaturity and apparof Toledo, County and Btate aforeiatd. and that aaid ttrm will pay the sum of ently without reproduction find their ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Lately and every case of Catarrh that cannot be way to tho sea and disappear. cured by the uo of HALL'S CATARRH It has been dotormlned that tho FRANK J, CHENEY. MEDICINE. of the deop sea is a larval Sworn to before me and subscribed In my presence, tbla 6th day of December, form "of the fresh-watG oelj spool-me- SENATE SLAMS W. QLEABON, J8M. A. A. D. Notary Public. RESOLUTION Seal) d of an inch less than Hall's Catarrh Medicine Is tal'en Internally and acts through the lllood on in length havo been found at a depth VobT Washington, 5. the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send of 2000 fathoms oft tho Azores. InSonator ror testimonials, free. vestigators havo traced tho develop- Smoot's proposal to prohibit smoking' P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Or Bold by all Unionists, 75c. buildings in ment of thoso tiny creatures Into in most government Hall's Family Mils for conttlpatton. lepto-cophaler ono-tlilr- niltl), HUNTING Washington met sudden death today In the Senato, but out of it grow a substitute by Senator Wadswor'-- Re publican, Now York, requiring 'heads' to prohibit smoking whon it would endanger public proph erty. Senator Sinoot'q.ameinnuenjt to tho sundry olvll bill wont .out on a point rf order by Sauato'r RQblnson Domo. rrat, Aikauaas, a uonsmokor, who declared it was unfair becauso It would Children Ory R CAST.O 'A Students of the Washington, D. C. business high school voting on a new sito for tho natlona capital in connection with a courso they wero working on, selected Kansas City by an Washingoverwhelming majority. ton stood thlrd""on tho list. Seattlo was second, Chicago fourth, Tampa fifth, Los Angeles sixth and New OrA student was asleans seventh. "Tho caso of China, I regard as essigned to present thb claims of itho pecially worthy of the earnest attendifferent cities, somewhat as in a de- tion of our citizens. To an unusual degree the Chlneso people look to us for bate. counsel and for effective friendship. One churches, through their religious For Children. tholr missionaries, medical Too much caro cannot be oxerclsed and in selecting a cough medicine for! schools and colleges nnd our phichildren. It should bo pleasant to lanthropic foundations have rendered Incalculable benefit, which take, contain no harmful drug and China an recognize with gratlture and her peoplo most effectual in curing their coughs devotion to the United States. Thereand colds. Long experience has fore not only In the nunio of humanity Cough but In that of friendliness which we shown that Chamberlain's Remedy meets thoso conditions. It feel for a great people In distress, I Is a favorite with many mothers. m venture to nsk our citizens shall, even though the task of giving Is not today a light one, respond as they, can to this MH8. HANDING CHEERED cry for help." BY 1,000 AT MATINEE distant but appealing sending his procI'rcsldent Wilson In lamation to Dr. Mulllns and through New York, Fob. 4. Spotlights; iiiiif to bo mado public, called on tho wero thrown upon Mrs. Warren O. I seminary president to take charge of iiuiuuiQ, who oi mo rresiuem-eicc- i the campaign In Kentucky. In her box at a theater horo this afNorman II. Davis, Under Secretary ternoon as Bho rccolvod-- a hygo bou of State, Is houorury treasurer, and quot of Ecarlrt caranatlons and was Yornon Munroo is treasurer for tho Ilurge, of cheered by 4,000 matinee, spectators. nntloiml campaign. Joseph Peasleo Gaulbert Company, Is The tribute representing toe offi- tho treasurer for Kentucky. cial flower" or tho State of Ohio, was tho gift of forty Ohio glrl, members EARTHQUAKE IXKJATION of a pageant sceno. IS BTILLi UNKNOWN Mrs. Edward li. MoLTinn, of Washington ajyl Mr3. Harry S. New wlfo A few weeks ago soslmographs in of the SSnnfc-- from Indiana, Mrs this country and Canada recordod Harding's companions, were with Her. earthquake shpeka" supposed to ha.vo dls-trep1 ent distress, which Is great, Is likely, before winter has run Its course, to become nppalllng. In fact, our diplomatic and consulnr agencies In China, inform me that tho loss resulting from death in distressing form may run Into millions of souls. It Is certain thnt the local Government aud established agencies of relief nre unable to cope with the magnitude oC the disaster which faces them. "Under the circumstances, relief to be effective should bo granted quickly. Once more an opportunity Is offered to tho American people to show that prompt and generous responso with Invariably met tho which they-ha- ve call of theirTirother nations In Boston, FebtJ5. Shells filled vritUir ."A famine, alarming In Its proportions, today holds in Its grip several a gallon of oil and fired at ansry s Important provinces In China. The waves by the United States crop failure Is,complete, and tho preswill calm them, accordingLife-Guard- tests made by II. S. Parker, ot to Conas-so- t. He says: "These shells filled wiU a gallon of oil fired at low force powder rhargc would scatter tho oil ta the surface of tho water. A,' barrage of such shells to the wfndv-anof a wreck would produce a strttl- -r cltntly smooth sea to enable, a lifeboat io make a safe approach frcra the shore to the wreck. Thesu cdt" shells are now being tested." -E RE WAS AVISE. J Smith, a country resident had been-aske- d by his wife to purchase m. blouse for her, "These arevery pretty," said t&av shopgirl as she displayed a number-o- n tho counter. "What color do yoa prefer?" "It doesn't make any differencaj- -, . was the unexpected reply. "Doesn't make any difference!"" exclaimed tho salcoglrl. "Why doneT you think your wlfo would Ilka a certain color?" "No, It mtlkes no difference wbafc-oloI get, or what size. I shall haver-tr o come back tomorrow changed." to havo. It DETROIT PITCHER HELD ON RURQIiARY CIL1RGESS San Francisco, Calif., Fob. 4. Qudr (Dabo) Soiling, pitcher for tho 6u Inland team ot tho. Pacific Coast Kaso ball Loaguo last year, and who Ixidf In his pockot n Detroit Araepteua League contract for 1921, was arrets od hero today on n charge, ftf, bursa-- VTHEY DOMINATH "Why do ywi wonf such 11 socks?" that ' Economy. Nobody eve' I uoed a shin?." n.i i I ir J fThc Hartford Republican COMPANY b" luck" """' thoy i -- . STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING Incorporated W. 8. TINSLEY, Editor mid Business Manager. natter Entered according to law at tho Postotrico, Hartford, Ky., as uaH of tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give tho old Address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lino for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ot Thanks, lc por word, nnd Cc fpr each head lino and signautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, bnt other advertisements, lc por al notice to subscribers Tho vllo oaths uttered nnd tho big "cuss' words let loose by Brig. Gen Dawes whllo giving testimony before tho Congressional Committee, invnsticmiinir wnr exncndlturcs seems li have met with tho npproval of quite a number of newspapers nere nnu there. Had Dawes beon of tho laity a buck prlvato bo doubtless would have been put in Jail or in Borne manner reprimanded as ho cortainly merited It. We venturo tho assertion that you can't guess In two guesso as to tho political charactor of tho approving papors, because you don't know who it Is thnt so much desplso pitiless publicity now? of Good tasto In short skirts dopends altogether upon tho appearance ot Just what the exposed portions of tho Great Reduction Sale $10,000 Stock' of Implements, Harness and Hardware v At From 10 to 40 Per Cent Reduction. hose contain. " In about nlno cases out of ten, wherein a man Is ashamed of his son, tho son has a grandfather who was ashamed of his son. v Moonlight on a .dark night or oth erwise, is welcomed and enjoyed by both saint nnd sinnor, but moonshine ' in cither day or night is liable tjrj Ja.il tho enjoyer' thereof. Our good friend "Blllio" Schroador n couple of nice twists ot flno old tobacco yestordny, nnd bless goodness ho didn't say a word about us giving ono to nobody, neither. International Harvester and Oliver Lines Road Wagons Buggies Harness, Etc. 20 Sets Wagon Breeching 250 Horse Collars 150 Collar Pads 20 Men's Saddles "" our As tho greator mnjorlty readers have moro than likely noted, wo havo departed from tho oldtlmo custom of saying that "we nro authorized to announce tho candidacy of so and so for the Republican nomination for so and bo, subject to tho action etc 6tc," In connection with will each individual's name In the anAnonymous communications tocoIvo no attention. nouncement column. We havo not abandoned the old form so much to TELEPHONES savo space, but simply for the,reason 59 Farmers Mutual that we llkt It best, sodo the candi123 Cumberland dates and ovory reader who has mentioned tho matter In any way prefers FEBRUARY 11 tho form now In use, as the names FRIDAY of tho various candidates may bo found and the list from top to botof tho time tom read in ANNOUNCEMENTS formerly required. one-four- th brought us If somo man could, nnd would Invent a rootless hog and a flylcss chlckon ho would undoubtedly bo blessed by a host of pestered neighbors of chicken raisers and pig growers. This game wo aro trying to play Is Interesting, many-side- d and. loaded with work. It is simply a question of how much one can and Is willing to stand. The hours ono keeps may bo clearly noted 'twixt tho column rules of tho pages sent out. We've been feeling, sort o queer hero of lato and our Doctor diagnosed our case as being ah affliction of It's a malady that candiclateltls. bores In, jinking the patient wish tho germs vero all extlnct,or bound up with his worst enemy, or something or other. " Grain Drills Manure Spreaders Gas Engines Corn Cultivators Corn Plows Tractor Disc Harrows Tractor Plows Riding PlowsBreaking Plows j j 30 Pail's Check Lines 20 Pairs Woi'k Bridles Buggy Harness ' , A ' ' jsr Back Bands, eBlly Bands Choke Straps All Kinds Harness Strap Work Buggy Whips Plow Gear Double Shovels Peg Tooth Harrows Disc Harrows Wagon Whips Army Harness Army Bridles, Bags, Robes, etc. Auto Tow Chains if v ... 1UU1- - j him as to pled cause we corrected ' what ho alleged Father Adam said Now, about man being nlono etc. JOHNSON STEWART listen, come up close Claire, I'm go- - j For Sheriff. BEAVER DAM, KY. RACE XX JAILER'S ing to make a solemn confession: I GEORGE P. JONES Beda. Hartford. G. A. RALPH didn't know a thing about that buJohnson Stewart, of Route 1, Mc- siness, the Devil told me how It was, B. C. RHOADS Bartlett. 9HH Henry Is a starter this week, In tho so blame him, for. this too. CAL P. KEOWN Hartford. Republican nomination CARL M. TAYLOR Beaver Dam. race for the for Jailer ot Ohio County. Fonza MIdklff-- , of Sunnydale, vows say to yourself: "One of tho best, If BEADS ODDLY STRUNG CICERO CROWDER Select. Mr. Stewart Is a farmor, a good ho believes every thing ho 'sees In not the very best paper I've ever ' T. H. BLACK Hartford. citizen and well qualified to fill the this sheet since John Henry severed made," and you call yourself a fool (By I. D. Claire.) position he seeks with credit to all his connection 'with it, and, as FonFor County Clerk: for thinking of throwing up the game concerned. His announcement may za reposes so much confidence In us at tho end of the week previous. ROY II. FOREMAN West Beaver From tho way Fluko abbreviates be found in another column of this at present wo wish to call his attenThen, you meet the friend who paid Dam. ' ot enndidntos he issue. tion to an article In anothercolumn the compliment on tho Issue of tho tho announcements ISOM MITCHELL Bell's Run. , you havo must bo expecting a sight of 'em. bird, Hunthereof, entitled "Freak previous week, and ho and SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. o oo ing Hog and Housed Frog," that ho changed places, you say to him, 1 MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. TO THE VOTERS What is tho matjor with tho dear OF OHIO COUNTY nay tell itto his Sunday School Class. think I've got a dandy paper this J. E. MITCHELL Dundee. In Ohio County, that We also wish to assure Kiff ofour morning, probably tho best I havo ov. women over JE. G. BARRASS Hartford. CHUMLEJy by many ot deep appreciation of tho Justly plac- er put out, what do you think of It? none of them announce for office? McHenry. After being solicited M. F. get in. The running my friends thruout tho various pre- ed trust reposed in us. The friend yawns as ho replies, Get In, ladles, JAMES A. TATE Hartford. . to it, Is fine. County, I havo decided cincts ot the M. A. EMBRY Baizetown. haven't paid much attention ooo ' ''Undo Bill Keene, of Shrove, fotch-e- d and plainly shows that he Is utterly to become a candidate for tie nomiI havo been sick for a month nnd of Ohio County. In mighty nice looking disgusted with tho sheet "and would us four nation for Sheriff For Jniler: gained twelvo pounds of flesh. CHARLIE SMITH Hartford, R. 2 submitting my claim to you for your twists otHobacco last Monday, but ho like to maul you for asking a question havo This really Isn't a Joke, and I am not I want to state here, nearly brbko our heart, for the ilmo it truthfully answorcd would be: consideration WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. get woll right that I have no sore spots to heal,. no being, when ho axed us to send n It Isn't worth a Tinker's damn. sure whether I want to JOHN T. KING Hartford. I waB de- brace of them to John Henry. We Psychological state of tho mind pro- oft or not. old scores to settle because S. A. LEE Sunnydale. ooo Hart- - feated six years ago, neither do I hid our grief as best we could an duced the difference In views. In BARNETT L. TINSLEY Walking down tho street yesterday party owes me this nomi- told him Ave would gladly comply tho flrs case you probably workqd claim tho ford R. F. D. No. 5. nation because I was once defeatea. with his request, we took It as a re- harder than In tho latter, the differ-onc- e I mot Tom Stevens and Dave JOHNSON STEWART-McHen- ry, Tom stopped mo nnd ask' was, in the first, you were deAs I see it the Republican party has quest instead of a demand, but J Route 1. this gift to bestow on some ono of its spects as how that tobacco will bo pressed, an unwilling laborer, drafted lU if I knew what would happen Just loyal members. right smartly aged afore Thomas' In a sense working simply because then It there were saloons In town, For Tuy Commissioner I don't belong to any "Click or Jams any of It In his old cob. To start you had It to do In tho latter In- and I told him I did. . X. E. WARD Hartford, Route 3. ooo ' G. WILL BROWN, Beaver Dam. Clan,"I am not slated with any other out with, I'm not a goln to say noth-I- n stance jou wero at peoce with the I am not going to hurt the chances candidates, I am independent to the about gettin the backer and if J. world, belloved In yourself, a willing coro so far as party "Bosses" aro Henry don't know nothln about it laboror, a volunteer, spending a lot of any oftho candidates ot my old For Magistrate, If nominated I pledge ho won't havo no reason to feel hurt of time on little th.ugs In which you homo county by being for thorn, but concerned. (Roslne District): myself to do everything that is in my and llko he has been laid down on. saw much of Interest but wholl es- I am going to send a pint of MuhlenJ. WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. power that Is honorable, to roll up a caping the friend whoso good opinion berg uroonshino to tho fellow who Roslne. N. LOGSDON J. beats Worth Tlchenor for the nomiwo believe, often has a you coveted so much big republican victory. It elected to Psychology, nation. for Jailer. m this responsible office I pledge my lot to do with newspaper making, ooo That bunch of bandits who blew self to give each and every ono a perhaps gloomy, depressing elements ONE PERMIT TO MARRY I caught Claud Smith faco to faco .a Florida bank that had failed and square deal. Ever believing in tho sends one into a state far below norclosed months before must havo felt prlnclpls of tho Republican party, mal. It's true that for days but litOnly ono marriage license has been Sunday and confronted him with his 31ke there was nobody at homo. and striving for Its ultimate victory tle seems to happen for tho inows Issued from the County Clork's of- otfenso of giving tho boy at my during past week, that being boarding houso that dog. He pload and success, I come before you to bo gatherer, and there aro other days If eggs get much cheaper In price Judged by tho voters, before tho prl when much may happen and the self- ficeMr. Z. T. the of McHenry, to Mrs. forgettulness, of my antipathy for Her, to wo may lay away a dozen or two In mary election, August C, 1921, for same news gathoror can't, for the of McHenry. The dogs, but I bellove still he harbors a good, warm place to usev on can- my ability to discharge tho duttos and lifo ot him, whip It into shape so as Nacy Miller, also bridegroom Is a "young" man of 72 somo imaginary grievance. -didates, when they, tho eggs, are responsibilities of tho one who be- to . ooo Wo have periods years of ago, whllo the bride has be readable. thoroughly ripened. Something awful must be going to comes tho standardbearer for the when nothing seems to appeal to us, passed station 67. happen at Washington, from tho way Republicans of Ohio County. There everything Js commonplaco and with4 If tho follow who is suing Henry fore hoping and trusting that my out Interest. We may turn out a Oabrlel Is sounding his born ot warnAVRS. WARRINER DEAD. Ford for about $5,000,000 recovers humble claim may have your due con paper and feel heartily ashamed of ing. Gabriel knows what Is going no moro than Henry did in his suit of sidora'tlon, I am to happen to him pretty soon, and It, almost feel like throwing up the Word has been received here of llko character he will stilt be shy of Respectfully yours,. whole business, bidding the game tho death of Mrs. Laura Warrlnger, Imagines tho entlro country will be y trip to court. car faro for a CARL M. TAYLOR. good byo forover, then, when' you which recently occurred in Newark, Involved In tho catastrophe, But Beavor Dam, Ky. Feb 8, 1921 meet a friend, ono whose Judgment N. J. Mrs. Warrlner was tho moth- maybe It won't. Thoso who cheer a ooo you tako pleasure in relying upon, er of Njs. D. Ellis Thomas and reAdvertisement. crooked crook such as d It Is mighty hard to keep a secret, not strew roses sided with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, at a follow who does Jtobert P, Brlndell, the Building when lemons would moro aptly ap- this place a number of years, and had a Joke when ono knows a real good Trades' Council's president, of New G. WILL I1KOWN IX RACE one, but I am not going to cheap FOR TAX COMMISSIONER ply, says to you "That's a darn good many appreciative friends hero. York, appears to be, and do so In the what I know about Judgo Cook and -- .. paper you put out this week, old namo of labor, most assuredly do that widow down at Dawson Springs. again, ou may be full OHIO'S FIRST LAWYER JURY And In Jhis Issuo wo announce G. Will scout." honest labor, whether organized or HEARS AUTO CRASH SUIT Tho Judgo Is a candidate and a lot Brown as an applicant Tor the Re- of vinegar, so to speak, otherwise, a very gravo and irreparaof Ohio county old maids and widows In love with your business ot publican nomination for County Tax ble injury. havo votes, and they might feel llko Mr. Brown has here- making a paper, you pick up a little - Akron, O., Fob. 8. For the first Commissioner. and more else- time in the history of Ohio, as far as the Judgo should patronlzo homo InUttlo thera Wo have with us this morning tofore 'been boforo tho pooplo ot tho hore, a You make It nil look go'od, ltls known, a Jury composed exclu- dustries. .another batch of announcements for County and Is quite well known, and where.Is, to your mind. Your own sively of ntrbraeys was impaneled In ooo y Republican nominations In tho Au- has had experience as a deputy, as- that It was pretty mean ot Fluke y sessor, which materially adds to his productions ot thought, thoso articles Municipal Court here for an automo-bil- e gust primary seven for Shorlff, two damage suit. Bots wero being to pick a flaw In my wide acquaintqualifications for performing' tho du- you feol especially proud of, In fact Xor Tax Commissioner, one for Counance with tho Scriptures by correcting ties ot tho office to which he aspires. you rovlew the sheet after finish-i- n wagered around the courtroom" that ty Attorney and ono additional for nress work and feel Inclined tho legally trained Jury would never that It was tho Lord and not Adnin, thn JalUr all good iiAjii, Republicans, Mr. Brown is a farmer, residing near who said it was not good for man to to pat yourself "on J.he baclc, asv you j arrlvo at a vordlct. compotent. We wish every ono, Boaver Dam. jiand Conferences aro soon to be held In London, to which the Germans have t In. The Allies been invited to announce havo made their levy upon Germany Wo aro authorized tho candidacy of the following citi- for reparations, andt it is tolerably zens, subject to tho action of the Re- wpII n creed, and Gorman Statesmen publican party in the primary election appear to sharo In that belief, that. August 6, 1921: tho allied powers stand solid on the demands made. On the other hand representatives of tho Former EmFor Circuit Clerk: R. 2. pire declare that Germany can't and FRANK BLACK Hartford will not meet the price fixed to reV. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. pair tho damages which tho Allies Beaver Dam. O. N. STEWART sav tho German Nation wantonly heaped upon them. Somebody is go-For County Judge: ling to have to take water. It re MACK COOK Hartford. mains to bo seen as to who it must WINSON SMITH Select. be, and, If they don't what then? W. S. DEAN Dundee. Maybe they each havo some "plugs" to trade and London may be tho For County Attorney. Jockey ground. OTTO C. MARTIN Hartford. a r For County nnd District Offices. v Sale begins February 10th, and continues 30 days, or until everything is sold; 1 ; and note in If wo make our personal columns that Mr. so and so was in town on snch a date, and it finally turns out that the, aforesaid Mr. So and So was Just one of the many candidates, "wo hereby and in advance humbly ask that wo bo pardoned for the error. Harness, etc., cash. Suitable terms will be made on Machinery, Wagons and Buggies, if desired. TERMS: n 1. U. UIIUVH - ... Jl'iUS ... A.. 1U 1... il 1.1 UtJ Mil These goods are offered at less than wholesale cost. Come in and get what you need for your spring work. . LUTHER CHINN . f bo alone. He should look a lectio out before criticising the parts of spocity of an old nowspapor hum. I didn't quote Fathor Adam, I Just vontured to express his thoughts. m BEAVER DAM QUINTETTE WHIPS ROWLING GRIX.Y Beaver Dam's bunch ot five lha wires Journeyed to Bowling Green last Saturday, whero they played tho Park City's Y. M. C. A. star aggregaTho Beavor 'Cuss tion to a stand-stil- l. bojs capturing tho fracas by tho scoro of 3G to 28. Tho Bowling Green team will play Beaver Dam a roturn gamo Saturday night on tho lntter's court. Bloody oiono ought to be In evidence tor tha fans on this occasion. GO TO CHICAGO. Mr., and Mrs. Jacob T. Shaver, of Route 2, nccompanlea by Attorney for M. L. Heavrln, loft yesterday Chicago, 111., whore thoy go on business connected with tho claim ot Mr. Suavor, filed for compensation on account of the Injury and, death of Mr. and Mrs. Shaver's son, Everett, some tlmo ago. x Kuy-kendo- ll. KING HAS RIG HUNT King Alfonso and his guest, Arch-duk- o Frederick, of Austria, killed many wildcats, wild boars and door In a great hunting expedition near San Lucar. They bagged 7G big anl-- 4 mals, tho king killing mord than half ot thorn. arred B red to Rock and Lay Weigh one-wa- black-hearte- d, high-hande- ls ta-tr- I am In better position to pleaso my customers than over before. For twenty .years I havo 'Culled and mated until I now have a yard ot Barred Rocks that is the peer otany. This year I havo mated my flno cock that produced such tine, birds last year as a, cockerel, with tho best hons and pullets and am ready to furnish eggs at $3.00 for 15 or $5.00 for 30. I havo also mated three extra heavy o and tlnely barred cockerels with a cholco lot of hens and pullets and am ready to furnish eggs at 11.50 for 15. A few oxtra' fine cockerels and pullets'at a bargain if takon at once.t Eggs for incubator for 100, prices on application. sotr JNO. D. WILSON woll-mad- m T V .V 5 v. A r Half Price Beginning Monday morning we place on sale our entire line of Ladies Cloaks at half price. The open winter has left us with more to carry over ,hence this tremendous rethan we care duction. Come, look them over, see the price ticket, divide by two, then you will have the price they will cost you. This means our air, nnd Mrs. Byron Bean, of DunJanus' S. C. Whlto Leghorns tho by dee, attended tho burial of John R. egg machines. Flock headed Anderson, nt Oakwood, Monday. 'Fearrls" strain cocks. Eggs $2.00 per 15; $6.00 por 50; $10.00 per 100. aiRS. O. B. JAaiES' Poultry Farm, Miss Nannlo Donnott, of OwonsboCentertown, Ky. ro, has boon tho guest this woek', of Miss Electra Carson and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. T. L. Anderson, who hns been U. S. Carson. In tho Hazelwood Sanatorium,-Loulsvillo- , for treatment, during tho'pnst W. S. Tlnsloy, of the Republican, will go to Louisville, this afternoon three weeks, canio homo Saturday to and will atend tho Lincoln Club Ban- attond the funeral and burial of his son; John R. Mr. Anderson has requet whllo there. turned to tho Sanatorium, whoro ho air. J. T. Iglehcart, of Natacata-chau- s, is to remain for soma time. La., was the guest Monday Mr. T. A. Craln, who had been visnight of his ncphow, Mr. L. S. Igle-hea- rt iting airs. Crnln's parents, air. and and airs. Iglehcart, city. airs. M. B. Barnard, .of Tomnolln, Walter Wedding, a student of the ailss., stopped .off hero, enroute to Bowling Green Business University, his homo In Detroit, Mich., and spent Is making an oxtended visit hero with from Friday to aionday with friends and relatives In the Nocrcek country. his mother, Mrs. Minnie W. Lee. Mrs. Craln also visited her parents 280-eg- g but remained, over In tho Mississippi S. C. Whlto Leghorns, strain. Cockerels $2.50 and $4.00 town and was Joined by her husband at Beaver Dam, aionday afternoon on each. Eggs $1.50 per fifteen. A. B. AMOS, Cromwell. the homeward trip. 33t3 i MtWB 1? i DEAR BUYERS: ' . L We continue to place our advertising before y.om in order to keep the name of our store constantly Iie- fore you. We want you to become so familial witlh our store and our merchandise and to feel such satis- faction with our methods of doing business-- , tlisS whenever you have a need in our line you will urn- -; mediately think of our store as the place where, your ' wants can be supplied. Here we are quoting yoix a: few of our priceswhich will help you remember this, v as the store of big values. ' r '" j s ; Hope Bleach, 15c per yard. Yard-wid- e County Attorney nnd ais. A. D. O. C. .MARTIN FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY to Kirk will go to Louisville today romaln until Sunday. They will attend tho Lincoln Club Banquet whllo Brown Sheeting, 12 l2c there. Coats for . . T. . . . $25.00 ; $17.50 $35.00 Coats for $30.00 Coats for........ $15.00 $12.50 $25.00 Coats for $ 7.50 $15.00 Coats for... $50.00 air. R. B. Martin, 'of Cromwell, went to Loulsvillo yesterdny, whore ho will romaln until Sundny, attend ing tho Lincoln Club Banquet Satur day evening. airl. Clarence B. Shown, of Beda, whose illness wo mentioned last w.eek, Is thought to be slightly Improved, or at least sho Is doing as well as ..could be expected. TON BHOS. In this Issue will be found the announcement of Otto C. Martin as a candidate for tho Republican .nomination for County Attorney. air. Martin Is, comparatively speaking, a young man, yet with considerable experience, having graduated from tho Law Department, Kentucky State University, clas3 of 1911, since which date he has been actively engaged In tho practlco of his profession, and to distherefore amply qualified charge every duty pertaining to tho position to which ho aspires. '. -- t- Ets. Etc. Sure : We lose ; you win. fail to buy, you lose. See If you need a cloak and ZEkz&Gb Emaramsairawnarre " K Havo your corn meal made at AC JOHN R. ANDERSON. own corn Got your ground on Tuesdays and Fridays. Exold John R. Anderson, tho change meal 'for corn any day. jjon of Mr. and airs. T. L, Anderson, H. D. ESTES, ailllor. died at the homo of his parents on 33tf Route 2 Saturday, of tuberculosis. and M3e Funeral services were conducted by aHss63 Beulah aiooro Smith. City, left thoflrsf of this Rev. T. T. Frazler and burial of the d. week for Bowling Green, wheror they remains took place aiotfday at will take special courses in tho State sNormal School. The deceased youth was the only child of air. and airs. Anderson, and The Womanrs Club met last Satur- had been in poor health since early day afternoon with Mrs. J. H. B. childhood, having never. fully recovCarson, at her home. v The Club will ered a robust condition since having meet with Mrs. Mnggje Griffin tomor- an unusually violent attack of whooprow afternoon. ing, cough at the age of four years. 17-ye- ar Oak-woo-- and 15c per yard. Best Prints 15c"per yard. Apron Ginghams 15c per yard. Dress Ginghams 20c to 30c yard 4 Brown Sheeting 55c. 104 Brown Sheeting 60c. 94 Bleach Sheeting 55c. 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting 65c. 9-- mt -- Yours for good values, Carson HOUSE VOTES FOR , FURTHER ARMY CUT Washington, Feb. 8. The army appropriation bill, carrying approxi329,000,000 and pr&vidlng mately a force of only 150,0,00 men In for 1922, was passed today by the House and sent to the Senate. The measure was passed practical ly as it came from the Appropriations Committee. A last minute move to cut the number of officers from 14,-0to 9,000 was blo'cked by a vote of 271 to 58. Tho House also refused by a vot of 219 to 110 to Insert a specific provision that tho army be reudced to 150000 men during the year, but the funds appropriated for enlisted men's pay Is sufficient only for a force of that size. Under a measure finally passed yesterday by tho Senate over President Wilson's veto, recruiting must be stopped Immediately until the present force is reduced to 176,000 men, and further reductions next year will be necessary if tho Senate approves tho House provision of the appropriation bill setting aside money for the pay ofvenl!sted men. 00 (Ei Co, Hartford, Kentucky. Phelps, Lucy Clyde Jackson, rrccaa Pierce. Seventh Grade. Beulah Kane, Lucile Couch, Beluar Knight, Wingna Coleman, AufiCrear aiartin, Malcom Barnes, Georsa TK. Barnes, Virgil Couch. Eighth Gnitlc. Alton Chlnn, George- Taylor. SEua-nys- on Peyton, Virginia McKmmat. Bonnie Baize, Katherlne Hex, fltty' r Crowder. HIGH SCHOOL Ninth Grade. Lena Wallace, Aaron Roach, FSyer Ralns,ailldred Taylor, WacuittSlH: Bonta, Wendell Ralph, Fraofe Jiw bier, Josephine Plrtle, Eva Cacus. - The Hartford FRIDAY Republican i" f feiiruar V 11 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. W. C. Koeno, of Shrevc, was In town Holiday. Tho Owensboro Wagons can bo had at ACTON BnOS. Col. R. E. Loo Slmmennan.was In Owonsboro aionday. Mr. A. Jt Williams made a business trip" to Llvermoro Tuesdny. i?Irs. SI. L. Heavrln and Mrs. H. Chlnn, wont to Owonsboro Tuesday, shopplqg. ' - Highest Cash Frlces paid .for eggs nnd paultry. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mrs. Joe Wcsterfleld, who has been 111 at her Homo hore, Is rapidly recovering. quite V. ' y will entertain The Sophomores with a valentine party at tho Collego Hall Monday night. ," V i Soo ua for all kinds of grass and field seeds. Quality first. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. FOR SALE Pair of Mules, Wagon and Harness, priced right. R. B. MARTIN, Cromwoll. Henderson, ar,rs. Arthur Potty, hero with .her the week-en- d parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wood- Bpont ward. Mr, R. T. Collins, traveling salesman, with tho Dupont Powder Co., hero with bis spent tho wook-on- d I i family. , ' four-ye- ar FOR SAIiK Ono pair of , good, ( old Mulos.- CHARLEY SMITH, Hartford, Ky. R. 2. Ooobol Wilson, who had been with S. Army for some time, Iibb . ' tho-jU- been discharged and has returned to his homo hero. Mrs, S. T. Bamott, who has been Buffering with head trouble, went to Madlsonvlllo Monday to bo examined by H specialist, Tho Ladies' Aid met with airs. D. E. AVARD OUT FOR Minnie W. Lee and Mrs. John A. TAX. COMMISSIONER Duke .Monday afternoon at the homo of tlio former. A good attendance D. E. Ward is announcing his canwas noted and n nice program ren- didacy for the Republican nominaranges at a For Cook Stoves and dered. tion for Tax Commissioner of Ohio ACTON DUOS. bargain seo County. Mr, Ward is rounding put When in need of mattresses, mat- the last of his first term in office and T. E. Hunloy was In Hartford tings, rugs, beds, dressers, tables, Mrs. seeks an indorsement at the hands of Monday, on a business mission. chairs, kitchen cabinets or anything his party, and the people. In tho perIn the furniture line seo formance of his duty, as servant for ACTON BROS. Judge and Mrs. C. M. Crowo, City, tho County and State, it may truly week-enworo in Owonsboro last be said that Jlr. Ward has, without Tho Caneyville IL S. Basket Ball fear or favor, regardless of friend or Seo ACTON BRQS,, Special Price Quintette Is to clash with tho horn enemy, done very nearly what he was ad on local page. They havo somo boys on tho local court tomorrow elected to do, instead of permitting ' night. Game will be called at G:30 the most of us to escape with just pro,-vprices. In order to bo over before tho hour such a valuation as we felt inclined Messrs. Rowan Holbrook and Dar-re- ll for tho show. to place upon our property for taxaSullongcr were In Owonsboro, ble purposes. He stands upon tho a John Allen Wilson,'- of Hartford, Tuesday, on business. record of' his three years service. No student of K. S. U., Lexington, was more, no less may be said. "v Wo havo field fenco, rabbit and operated on in that city Saturday, for poultry fenco, and barbed wire fenco. noso and throat trouble. Ho Is do- TO THE VOTERS ing nicely and. was abta to leave tho W. E. ELLIS & BRO. '' OF OHIO COUNTY hospital aionday. Clancy Harrison, of near town, I hereby announce my candidacy Mr. and airs. Oscar Bishop will wont to Broadway Tuesday, whore he for the Republican nomination for will bo employed by the Broadway leave within the next few days for County Attorney of Ohio County in Corbin', where arrs.. Bishop will spend Coal Co. to' be held on a month with her parents, air, and tho primary election Hocker. air. 'Bishop the 6th day of August, 1921, and air. Byron Foster, of Nashville, airs.DavId H. respectfully solicit the support of evTonn., arrived hero Sunday to spend will remain in Corbin only a short ery RopubJIcan voter in tho county tho woek with his parents, Mr. and time. I feel that the for this nomination. Mrs. iBaac Foster. we'll E. G. Barrass and Republicans of this county are Mr. and Mrs. acquainted wjth my record as a ReMr. J. D. Holbrook went to Daw- ailss aiargaret aiarks, City, went to publican, as I havo actively particison Springs last Friday, where he Louisville Wednesday, whero they pated In" every campaign that has been will visit relatives and attend" the will remain somo ten days for-thcounty (or tho past ten Lincoln Banquet to be given Satur- waged In the i boneftt of his health. years.' I have served as chairman of day evening. They will return home tho County Executive Committee aa alessrs. HInton Leach and Powell Sunday. campaign chairman, on the stump Tichenor, students of K, S. U LexmonAlva Kirk, of Taffy, and contributed boti time and air. and Mrs. ington, spent from, Friday to Tuesey to the party. and air. and Mrs. Ellis Hoover, of day with their home folks. I havo practiced law at the HartBarnett's Creek, were rthe week-en- d ford bar for ten years, having beon ailss Leila Glenn, of the. Central guests of air. nnd airs. E. Crabtree. Honorable M. L. City High School faculty, spent tho (The above item was among sever-- associated with the Heavrln for tho past five years. I others left out last week In the week-en- d hero with hor parents, promise that if I succeed in winning shuffle.) Judge and Mrs. J.'S. Glenn. the nomination and winning In the County Judge Mack Cook and Hon, final election that I will discharge Jlrs. Ira Wallace returned to her aion-day'tho duties of this office to tho very home near Fordsvllle Tuesday, aftor I. S. araBon will go to Frankfort guest' meet with the State Highway best of my ability. spending soveral days here, the The support of each and every Reof her daughter, airs. Leslie Carden Commission in an effort to havo asgreat' given In order to complete publican in the primary will bo sistance , and Mr. Carden. appreciated. the grading and improvement of tho ly Ypurs sincerely, road. Mr. H. C. Graham, formerly of Nar- Hartf OTTQ C. MARTIN. rows, who has been In Terro Haute, AdYortlsomcnU Make your arrangements to bo Ind., for somo time, has returned to mm V Ohio County and for tho present Is present when the Landls Singing shows at the Auditorium, FISOAli COURT TO Orchestra residing In Fordsvllle. MEET MONDAY, 11 School Building, February 22. This comes to us as one of the hlGhost BTIIAYKI) From Simmons, Rod The Ohio County Fiscal Court will Milk Cow, 6 years old, whlto roar class and highest priced numbers In moot (Monday, tho 14th. for tho purbody. the entire Redpath course. legs and whlto on othor parts of pose of completing settlement with Notify R. O. FIELDEN, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Paris, who havo Shorfff Bratcher for tho 1920 lovy. Simmons, 33tlp been resldlng,ln Texas for some tlmo, Tho Auditing jCommlttoe will also William Alford, son of Mr. and, vjslted relatives hero)anu at ueua, fllejj report of the County's financial Mrs. J. E. Davjdson, City, Is con- recently,. Mr. and .airs. Paris will condition for the Court's consideraany other business fined with a badly sprained anklo, not return to tho Lone Star Stato, tion, Llttlo, If and porhaps a broken bone-- , sustained but will likely resldd in Owonsboro, will Itksly bo before the Court for Transaction. where they aro at present. whllo playing a fow days ago, " d. ar 4 Tenth Grade. ' Lucy Chick, Ruby Taylor &aeSsec Hunley, aiartyne aicDanief, Ansa Xjsso aiaddox. Eleventh Grade Leonard Baker, Iva rfendcrv 3?5hc-en- ce Taylor, Corinne Taylor, ru.ait-BarnarTwelfth Grade. d. Era Render, Lummie. Taylor, Svhb neth Barnes, Gladys Likens. Kaik Stevens, Erwin Casebler, R. P. Brtma Sallye aiaddox." t COURTC IN COUNTY m e HONOR ROLIi. Ilonver Biun Graded and High School For Month Ending January 28 An' average class standing of 90 per cent admits pupils to the Honor Roll: First Grade. Grace James, Martha Ola Sande-fu- r, Mary Virginia McKlnney, Doris Likens, Wilma Taylor, Samuel Leach. Second Grade. Alta Gray Fuqua, Kenneth Kane, Paul Chlnn, John H. Veller, Oletta Chapman, Billy Taylor., Third Grade. Estella Lee Ralph, Madeline Leli sure, Tiny aiae Daniel, Lillian Taylor, Ruby Stewart, Katherlne Rumage, Oreeva Stowart, Glona Cooper, aiar-th- a Sandefur, Avery Hill, Kenneth Burgess, Arnett WUUans, Charles Sandefur. Fourth Grade. Edith Arbuckle, Esther Dockory, Judith DoIIart, Myrtle Lee, Parvon Knight, Joe Taylor, Aisle Hill, Ray Pierce, William Owen Smith. Fifth Grade. Paulino Austin, HlrsunW, Chapman, Tracy Stewart, Rachel Hays Mc: Kinney, Lois Taylor, Delora Baize, i .Gladys Hoscy. - Sixth Grade. Floyd Nowton, Roy Taylor, Tommlo nl to Quite a lot of business was dispIn County Court, which ovk vened Monday. Amone other Utss-SK- . Lis Pitman, who was under chaTgriruatff breaking into tho postoffice at Kcewiar waived examining trial and waHL-leas- ed on bond to await action- - eCMfe.? grand Jury. Nathan Monroe, dsssarsEi with a like offenso, was glvcn.a'beeerv. lng and discharged. Enos Dennis chargedwith arrewttc and battery, on a preliminary ft"-- '" was held over to await the acUciC aa the grand Jury nnd was release bond. Clarence Hnes was fined" ?5!St-plu- s cost, on a charge of dlstarfcwsK; rellglbus worship. Roy aiuffeU et al., on mirtrorr. constructing publlo ditch or drufct exceptions. rir.tea was contlnued-fo- r action styled S. T. Burns et asT,. oes motion to reconstruct the pubfiJrdAl near Hartford, on tho North sfdtar & tho River, tho demur and motion Br quash vjowers report was sustnteMtJ., Tho will of A. J. Carter, diiacaa-o- d, was probated and ordered t'x re cord. By tho terms of tho will, tto-widow rocolves tho gfeator purt t the property, left. The will of Mary T. Smith, deceased was also pruvcrz and ordered to record. Thu ivoirr ty Involved Is to rovert to hor twe surviving children. osed of r s r - V 1,019 PHYSICIANS PRESCRIBE Less d Than State Have Permits It Is Said. One-thir- is pfobably Identical with tho period BOOZE of tho planet's rovolutlou about tho sun and astronomers are asking thom- solvcs if tho sunspot poriod doosn t havo something to do with tho pheIn nomenon. T1LK years that this chango occurs at in- PENROSE FAVORS tervals of about 11.95 years. This SOLDIER BONUS STKKNGTH OV TIM IKIS1I Doubts, However, Whether Act Can Pass At This Session. Costa Ricn signed the tinnl pact, but wlthdrow tho Nlcaraugan dolegatc on orders from tholr government, which did not npprovo of some of the terms. Tho United States resorvod tho power to roviow tho torms of tho now league anil mako sure that they do not infringe on tho rights of out side nations. INNUENDO. Thoro woro two convicts, ono In for stealing n watch, tho othor for steal Ing a cow. They disliked each othor and their conversation was full ot In nuendo. Thus tho man who had stolon tho cow said to tho mnn who had stolon tho watch: "Jim, what tlmo Is it?" "Milking time, Joo." . a WOMAN JUDGE BEGINS WORK DIRECTORY. Judge CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owenibore. C. B. Smith, Hart Ooui'tu. Attorney Ch'm'n, Board ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto O. Master Commissioner Mar- BEAVER DAM. W. T, MoKenntr. Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F, Stevens. FORDSVILLK. Ky., Fob. 5. Fowor d of tho physicians of than tho stato of Kentucky hold permits to proscribe whisky nnd 75 por cent of tho physicians of tho United States do not prescrlbo either whisky cr brandy in their practice, according to a statement given out at tho offlco of Federal Prohibition Director Paul M. In twenty-fou- r "Williams Saturday. states, whore. 40,389 physicians aro practicing nnd scattered over tho country in such a way that their practlco must of necessity take In tho same classes of people and practically tho same conditions as In tho other Btatcs, not a slnglo permit to prescrlbo Is held. In the sfates which were dry previous to national prohibition and in which folks generally had gotten out of tho habit of having colds, bronchitis and sprained ankles, there aro 33,883 physicians. Of the.se, 4,167 Jiold pormlts to prescribe, whisky, 87 per cent of tho physinnd one-ha- lf cians not holding permits. In the states which were wot before national prohibition went into effect there are 78,355 physicians. Of this number 29,222 hold whisky prescriptions, 02 per cent of thorn declining to prescribe whisky In their practice These states are California, Connecticut, Maryland, District of Columbia, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Missouri, Now Jjrsoy, New York, Pennsylvania, Ithodo Island, Vermont and Wisconsin. In Kentucky there are 3.4S3 Of ths numoor licensed physicians. 1,019 hold permits to prescribe whisky, fewer than a third. Lexington, one-thir- tho A young lady wa3 crossing ocean once and having boon 111 hor-8ol- f, started to syrupathleo with an Irishman In tho second cabin, who apparently was having a very active time. Laying her hand on tho Irishman's shoulder, sho gently said "I nm sorry you aro so 111, my good man. Your somach is only weak, that's all." ' "Wako stummick nawthln,' " ans"Ol'm throw-Iwered tho Irishman. as fur as anny man on this sldo of tho ship, mum." n' tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Cal P. Koown, ARKANSAS TO IIAK ALIENS? A bill prohibiting aliens from owning land In Arkansas has been Intro- duced Into the stato legislature. Ac cording to tho provisions of the bill, It the buyer of property Is proved to bo an alien tho land shall be sold and after payment of necessray costs ono half shall bo turned over to tho alien purchnser and the other halt to tho school fund of tho county In which tho property Is located. NEW SAYS HAWAIIAN AID WILL NOT BE intGED NOW Washington, Feb. 5. Senator Harry S. Now, chairman of the Senate Territories Committee, announced today after a meeting of that committee that no effort would bo made at this session to pass tho Hawaiian rehabilitation bill. Mr. Now said tho committee had been unable- to agrco on tho Houso bill proposing distripublic lands bution of Hawaiian among Hawallans of full or part blood. m t -- a- L ? Mexico City, Feb. 5. Mount Popocatepetl seemed yesterday to havo -- been roused Into more vigorous volLAllOK UNIONS DISSOLVED canic activity by tho earthquake which Thursday night shook tho IsthTho highest court in France has mus of Tehauntepec, destroying much issued a decree requiring tho just property and probably causing tho Trench federation of labor to disband. of many persons. was found that tho labor unions death It had ben plotting with tho Russian "DLUE SUNDAY" HILL reds for the purpose of bringing IS KILLED IJY DUTCH about a revolution in France and es- .b lauiisiung u sowoi Th Hague Fel) 2An indictment number of teachers in the schools had of mw Sumlay.. advocates was unionized and drawn into this turne(, m tho roport Qf a commlttee of movement. 'tho Second Chamber of tho Dutch Tho court says that as long as the ParlIanient on a bm proposms t0 for. unions keep within the legitimate b,d amuaements curtnU traln serTlco sphere they will bo allowed to go on et(J Sundaya . Sa'bbath was mado for man but that when they Interfere In po- litical matters and ally themselves nQt man jor th(J SaWmthi.. saitl tho with tho enemies of tho republic, reporti k,mng t,je bn, The c,og. thus "attacking the profound prlnci- - ing of the theaters and the prohibi upon which modern life and so- - Uon o gameg W0U,Q ,ead many tQ clcty depend." they will have to be see,. amusement in a less inn0Cent curbed with a scvoro hand way. "The reduction of passenger trafTIGER OF FRANCE FINDS Sundays would prevent persons REAL TIGERS EASY PREY fic who were shut up In close home and Paris, Fob. 5. Former Premier narrow streets all the week from fresh air and nature on tho Clomenceau, the "Tiger of Franca" tigers of India easy game. Sabbath." found the a-- e Writing to a friend about tho two UNITED STATES WEARING AWAY. of the Himalie bagged at tho foot layas in Northern India Clemenceau Tho geological survey announces said: that tho United States Is losing "These tigers did not put up much tons of soil, pebbles and loose of a fight. I shall refrain from kill- rock every year. These materials ing any moro lest I run afoul of tho are carried by .the rivers Into tho Society of Prevention of Cruelty to ocean. This process of erosion or Tamo Animals." wearing away has been going on on o the earth from the earliest times. In HOUSES FOR WHISKY. time the surface of the globe would bo reduced to one level and It might Butte, Mont., Feb. 5. Uncle Sam entirely with water. gone Into the real estate bualuaaa. bo then covered has The wearing process has continued houses for sale. .Ho has much longer In tho eastern part of the wore formerly tho propwestern. erty of i0'iicf,gors. Places In which United States than in the though Tho Appalachian mountains, aro sold at pulllc .stills are ound not so high as tho Rockies, aro much .auction no ess all penalties av paid. older. The Rockies havo not had a average $300, exTho penalties chanco to wear down so much as tho clusive of fines. Thus tho govern- Appalachians. ment usually gets tho property on its bid for the amount of Its claim. STATE RETAINS DEATH PENALTY CASTORI4 Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR QUAKE JAItS MEXICAN VOLCANO INTO ACTIVITY Washington, Feb. G. An American Legion delegation was told by Senator Penroso, of Pennsylvania, Senate Flnanco Commltteo chairman today that ho would favor Increases In fed-or- al taxation, if necessary, to provide for the proposed cash bonus for war veterans. Ho oppressed doubt, however, whether the legislation could be put thru during tho present session of Congress. Senator Penrose nnd Senator Republican, North Dakota, Miss Florence Allon, tho first wo-mwho has charge ot tho bonus bill, common pleas Judge in Ohio, if wero Interviewed by the American not In tho country, recently heard her Legion representatives Including F. first case. This was tho stato vs. W. Galbraith, of Cincinnati, national Louis Bolton, accused ot obtaining commander and Gilbert W. Bottman. money under fnlso pretonscs. Ho ct Cincinnati, chalrmnn of the legion's was acquitted after only a tow minThe oxecutlvo utes' deliberation by tho Jury. executive committee. committee of the legion will moot lire Monday to discuss tho situation. CAPTURES TWO BANDITS Tho opinion that tho American people favor "adequate and satisfactory After an unsuccessful attempt to provision for soldiers, their widows rob tho railroad station nt Hasbrouck and relatives" was expressed by Son- - Heights, N. J., two bold bad mon loft ator Penroso to the Legion represen- a note promising to return later. Mrs. tatives. II. B. Merrltt, stntlon agent, took Hip "I further told tho commltteo," tip and waited for them. Two nigh'ts said Senator Penrose, "that tho coun later tho robbers returned and the try was In a very bad financial situa heroine fired a-- shot to scaro them; tion and hardly nblo to meet Its re- they threw up their hands and marchtirements, and that revenue un ed peaceably to tho police station. doubtedly would fall off to n very oo marked degree in the next fiscal year. HARLAN SHERIFF IS time I conceded that o PARDONED BY MOItHOW "At it was tho duty of the government to provide tho revenue for this paFrankfort, Ky., Fob. 5. Boyd Kol-ledeputy sheriff of Harlan County triotic purpos, and wero It necessary that an added tax bo levied I wTfuld who was convicted In tho Rock-cas-tfavor these taxes at this short ses Circuit Court for killing Luther sion, but It was obvious that this is and Grant Shlpman nnd sentenced to Impossible." ten years in the penitentiary, was parSenator Penrose- - said he found tne doned by Governor Morrow. Recentlegion's spokesmen "in a reasonable ly tho Court of Appeals reversed the and patriotic frame of mind." scntonco on tho grounds that the Hone for action on tho bonus dm verdict was flagrantly against the evi at tha present si slon was expressed dence. During the mine trouble at to the legion delegation by Senator Coxton, Harlan County, Kelley was McCumli i' If no agreement can bo sent out with a posso to arrest tho reached regarding" taxation necessary miners, who had guards out. A batfor the bonus provisions, Senator tle followed, during which Luther and said, the question could be Grant Shlpman were killed and Kelleft opon by deferring operat'on of ley was accused of the crimo. the bill until the subsequent Congress could enact necessary legislation. cr, tho-samy, lo Ch'm'n. Board W. R. JonesT 1st Monday in March 11 dsya Clerk Olla Cobb. t Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judge C. P. Kcsslngor. Monday in May 12 days Civil. 1st .Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July 1J dys Com'th. and Civil. 11 day OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAIC Civil. 4th Mondny In Novembor 11 days County Board of Education E. 8, Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. Uoets first Monday In each month. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. O. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunS. A. Bratchor. SlicrlfT dee. Superintendent B. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Stovbns, Beavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor' C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. 0 Nat Llndloy, Ccntor-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. 9 FISCAL COURT. County Board ot Examiners: E.-Moots first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldkiff and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Instltuto, Sopt. 13 th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. ' EXAMINATIONS 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Ith District G. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District, W. C. Daucherty.BaUo-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Uth District W. 8. Donn, Dundee. Examination nt Hartford, (Whlto). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. May 28 and 20 County Teachers Hth District B. C. Rhoados, Hart- Examlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). ford," Route 5. June IS and nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo. HARTFORD. (Wliito). , Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 and 20 County.nnd Stnto Clerk J. A. Howard. Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P. Cosoblcr. Sopt. 17 and IS County and Stato ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination at Hartford. (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. llor. Sopt. 2 1 and 25 County nnd Stato Clerk N. H. Bratchor. Teachers' Examination at Hartford. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkorson. (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratchor. ' Every Woman Wants 1 X Mothers 71aKBMHHHH I o- icb.. SENATE VOTES MONEY TOR GUARDING LIQUOR . re-be- en -- ts Washington, Feb. 5. An Item for $200,000 in the sundry civil appropriation bill to pay the cost of g'uarU-in- g liquor, automobiles and other property seized by tho government in enforcing prohibition, was adopted today by the Senate. Tho amendment was inserted after Wayne B. leaguo counsel, Wheeler, anti-salothat more than 250,-00- 0 hajl testified gallons of liquor and $1,000,000 worth of automobiles had been seized. . -- m For "Black-Draught m Sir! Torpid" Liver IPinkham wonder for natal catarrh, and tore eye Economical. H ilonnuy clcamina nd KennicuUl ww. (SaEls Free. 30c. all dniraiiu. cr m.mkj by VmaJ. Th. I'.ltooToiM Com MET. Baton. Mm. FOR PERSONAL HYGIEHE Dissolved in water for douche stopf pcWic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Med. Co. for ten year. rPT Remedy mimosa -fl-Uv'pl For the Children A Safe Old . :T5 Fashioned for Worms yearacontin-uouuiei Seventy. five e SAYS BROTHER DIED ng OVER 125 YEARS AGO Brussels, Feb. G. When a man, aced 83. applied to tho courtfor re lief tho "magistrate asked him wheth er he had no friends or relations who could help him. Tho old man said he had none, for his only brother died 125 years ago. After tho usual warning that the court was not .to be turned Into a theater, tho old man explained that his father was married in 1792 and had a son who died three years later. The father married a second tlmo in 183G, at tho ago of 62 and the applicant was born the year aftor. of Washington, is, In my opinion, thcocst liver medicine on the market," states Mrs. R. H. White-sidet- of Keota.Okla. She continues: "I had a pain in my chest after eating-tig- ht, uncomfortable feelingand this was very disagreeable and brought on headache. I was constipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive Vest liver. 1 began the use of night and morning, and it sure is splendid and certainly gives relief." Black-Draug- Hi PSN BE ta Succeed when everything else falls. in ncrvoui prostration and temale '.vcalcnesse S?i& ri monial FRIT'S YEKHIFUCE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little one healthy and happy. JOcabtfiieatrourdruffgift'aor general .tore; or It your uaaler can't upplyyou.tendhUname and 30c tn tampa and we'll aend you m bottle promptly. E. & S. FREY, Bil&aor,, Ha. thebeittesti. M Ss) (pn) they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. 6 m 9 YOU-TAK- I FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL 293,-000,0- 00 TMford's BLACK-DRAUGH- iffL T ' GERMINAL, REMEDY A OUR E Treafmonl mkW''9 A quick relief for (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION The-house- 3 C, will bo unusually heavy aftor tho fourth ot D. It Is predicted Jthat thd traffic m out For over seventy years this purely vegetable preparation has been found beneficial by thousands of persons suffering from effects of a torpid, or Blow-actiliver. Indigestion, biliousness, colic, coated tongue, dizziness, constipation, bitter taste, sleeplessness, lack of energy, pain in back, puffiness under the eyes any or all of these symptoms oflen indicate that there Is something (he mailer with your liver. You can't be loo careful about the medicine you take. De sure that the name, "Thcd-ford's is on the package. At all druggists. ng -Black-Draught," couchi, pain la cheil. ntfcht iweati. hemor. thacei. weak lungi or coniurnptloo. II II do sol btlp you II coata ytu notblni. .OHIO MEDICAL CO. FORGONEHred.MONTH ieellnc. tht March. Shapokee Argus. r,f - - Disarmament of bandits would bo a good thing. Wo already have disarmament of honest men. Toledo Blade, - ! A young fellow remarked to us not By a voto ot 20 to soven tho braska senate has refused to abolish long slnco that he feared he had been 300 When tho police charged capital punishment at this time, "be "stung" In his footwear. When he -workmen who woro making a demon- cause of tho present national crime. told us ho had paid $18 for them, stration In a park In Vnloncia, five wave." wo concluded he had boen stung in lions broko out of tholr cages and McAlester Guardian. his head-war- e. .. m caused a" panic. Many women and HUNDREDS DIE IN FLOODS PRINT PRICE ON R. R. TICKET children woro Injured, and the tamer, a Fronchman, was badly hurt la In the big mining ccntor ot Pachu-c- a Tounding up his animals. Tho work-me- n The Pennsylvania railroad has antwo dams burst simultaneously and woro protesting against tho kill- quickly flooded tho lower part of tho nounced that the prico will bo printing of syndicalist strikers by the city, resulting In tho death ot 100 ed on tho faco ot all railroad tickets In a recent riot in Barcelona. and Injury ot many moro. Several Issued by that Company. This will o mines wero also flooded,, and tho to- sorvo as a protection to tho .passenger JUPITER'S COLOR CHANGES tal numbor of deaths and tho eztont ns well as tho ticket agent. Tho pracot damngo could not bo ascertained. tice has long been In uso in Eurppo. At intervals of sovornl years the The water was stored for tho chemical NICARAGUA LEFT OUT equatorial zone of Jupiter changes treatment of orq-an- d many of tho orange color; 'deaths from whits to a sort ot lesultod from poisoning. A ut) I on has been formed ot foifr this chango was quite consplouoiu a ot the Ave states of G&ntrsl Amerlci W3U few months ago. Usually the orange -as a rosult ot a long'ouferenoe at rolo, Is r oi treble for uboue three! FOR FLETCHER'S Brnl-- h San Joe, Coata Uloa. DelQgats of years. astronomer finds! I Honduras, Guatemala, Salvador and row n . Is covering the past 1C0 Nepo-ll- co i LIONS .MINGLE IN RIOT. is h Accept Only the Genuine. j.w 1 Children. Ory CASIO R A Over fifty yeara ago a young physician practiced widely in a rural district and becamo famous USELIV-VER-LA- X for his uniform success in tho curing of cHdmum. This wiw Dr. estabPierce, who afterwards lished himself in Buffalo, N. Y., and placed one of his prescriptions, which 1k called "Golden Medical o Discovery," in tho drug stores of 1 the United States bo that the public could eaeily obtain this very remarkable tonic, corrective and Peel rlcht all tho tlmo. Don't lay oS Dr. Pierce manublood maker. days by taking calomel factured this "Discovery" from from work for keeps yo when pleasant roota and barks a corrective on your feet, whiioreliovingyour troub of which le. Sufcr too, and easy to tuko. Don remedy, tako anything nature had put in tho fioldsCand it. Eliminates else. You can't aiToro poisons, cleanses ,By keeping us hoalthy. tcm and relieves constipation, A nut forests, for t Few folks, or families now 'living ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur or other used in its cilecc and cprtaln in results. It have not nt sometime will won't bo long beforo ZJw- thi3 "Golden Medical Discovery" completely disjiluco calomel In ever nnd heart. home Children can tako it freely an3 for tho stomach, liver Over twenty four million, bottlos with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. f0c and $1 in bottles Nonf of this tonic nnd blood remedy genuine without the likeness nnd Blj:n, bten sold" iu tills country. bave turo of L, K. Grigtjby, For Biilo by f .'. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles Constipation. -- Vc-La- x -- t M. WILLIAMS, . llartfor. ,$U K v!"!UriA Jv &.' pr 4M "vv-- v it H - "8pPOllJy flflorttod to h5 purposo, nnd following packing, trans - . "ortatlon, and storngo methods which I, tiava been worked out by tho dtp3rt- "tVliUcwiuthliiR licit. Homo Helps To I In tho feeds used or In the nmoui.i . am! -.,- .-. "" """"" given. It It becomes necessary to "" nitf mnrlrnfa piti tin- eimnllnrl ( Keep Down Disease. grapes or r.ign w.tli Amorlcsn-g'ooffectivo J,n killing chango feeds from, say, clover to alWhltowash Is quality for at least two months later mltcs nnd othor vormln and may bo falfa hay, food part clover and part 1 tho winter than Is now tho caao. freely In spraying tlio poultry alfalfa for a few days' QmdiM-lused iv houses, brood coops, and roosts, duco tho amount of clovor and nt tho If Money Sir ftl Moro Thim scientists In tho United States Depart- samo tlmo Incroaso tho alfalfa. Ut Ilopay 3. Do not ovorfoed tho calf. Feed ment of Agrlculturo say. In badly Farm credit Is a good ugency in tho infested plncos It Is advlsablo to clean as much grain as it will clean up In ands of those farnuis who know how And Bpray with a strongor disinfectant 30 minutes and wish It had Just a Food left In tho trough 4o to uso it, but It Is a dangerous eleAnd In about 48 hours follow with a good spray or coating of whitewash. bo breathed ovor Is worse than wast- ment of farm business if its naturo' and purposo is not fully understood. An cffectlvo whltowash for this pur- ed. If any remains It should bo and loss given tho noxt time. An unproductive enterprise Is not a pose Is mado as follows: Slako halt a peck of lime and dlluto Dlgestlvo disorders occur from feed- safe basis on which to borrow money under any conditions. It Is moro It with 20 gallons of water; add 1 ing too much .rather than too little. 4. Do not urtderfoed tho calf. It Important that tho enterprlso shall dissolved In pound of water; to this mixture add 2 quarts should mako a continuous gain. If It bo productlvo than that tho rato of of crudo carbolic acid. Apply with a does not grow each day tho food giv- Interest at which ono can borrow .spray pnnrp or brush. This, If pro- en It is about tho samo as wasted. It monoy bo high or low. Farm-cred- it perly put on, not only kills tho mites never pays to stnrvo a calf. In fact, specialists of tho United States Debut destroys all their eggs nnd makes the calf does not begin to pay for partment of Agrlculturqjay down ono tho houso or any building whero It Is' food until it is given moro than ossontlal rulo to be followed by tho farmer who proposes to borrow monenough to mako somo gain. used fresh and clean. 5. Do not annoy or disturb tho calf ey: Mako sure that the. purposo for Cleanllnoss Is of tho greatest ImIt requires moro toed which tho borrowed money Is to bo portance In keeping lice, mites, fleas unnecessarily. ' to kcop It growing while standing or used., will produce a return greater nnd other Insects under control. Tho pay tho debt. poultry houses, roosts, dropping board moving nbout than whllo lying down than is needed .to and all othor places that tho fowls at rest. A diary is well adapted to C. Do not foed moldy, musty, or occupy should bo kept clean. An records when Information is nbundanco of light and fresh nlr spollod feeds. To do so may cause bo provided. Whllo theso sorious dlgestlvo disorders. All hays wanted on only a few farm entershould and frco prises, say specialists ot the United things can not bo depended on to kcop should bo bright, awny llco and mites they make It ea- from weeds. Tho grain also should bo States Dcpartmont ot Agriculture. If 'is written up each day It tho sier to determine when tho pests aro frco from dirt, mold and mustlncss. Tikes diary moment but a to enter tho hours holp to kcop tho fowls If ground feeds got wot they aro likepresent nnd and minutes spent In working the healthy, vigorous and hotter ablo to ly to mold. 7. Do not wasto tlmo in feeding the crop, and tho necessary notes regardwithstand nn attack of lice and mites. calf, or in preparing feed, since wast- ing tho cost of seed, fertilizer and Sick or diseased fowls aro always .tho equipment. The common form of daifirst victims of theso parc'tes which ed tlmo needlessly Increases the cost ry Is a book containing a blank page makes It important that tho fowls bo of gains. Grain should bo fed whole f except when teaching tho calf to eat for each day's record nnd with space kept healthy. and possibly also near thoend of tho In tho back for financial accounts. fatting or finishing period. Whole Another form has a page for each day Threo Principal Factors In Standard-Hro- tl grain as a rule Is more palatablo than divided to give space to tho records Poultry. ground feeds. Ear corn may be shell- of two years. A similar type furStandard-bre- d poultry, as tho ed, broken or chopped up In tho feed nishes space for a flvo-yeporiod. phrase is commonly used In Amorlca, box rather than ground. Husks on is poultry bred to the standards es- snapped corn need not be removed The health and appearance ot chiltablished by tho American Poultry for this purpose It. rarely flays to dren aro a good test of the .Association. Tho principal points shred stover or to cut or chaff hay of ithelr diet. If they are consldored aro size, shape, and color, for the calf. It need not bo fed three strong, well developed for their ages, say poultry specialists In tho U. S. itlmes a day when twice a day will do free from ailments, and full of Department of Agriculture. and ambition, ono may safely as well. Do not go to tho expense Size and shape aro breed characters of buying prepared "stock feeds" or say their food agrees with them. But and largoly detormlno tho practical "romcdles." Homo-mixe- d feeds nro if they aro listless and ailing, or not values of poultry. Many standard cheaper and equally, It not more, sat- so well developed either physically or breeds nrodlvlded Into varltles dif- isfactory. A healthy calf does not mentally no thoy should bo, and If a fering In color, but Identical In every need condition powders. competent physician flnd3 that ithero other respect. Color Is not a primary is no special di3ea30 to account for utility point, but as a secondary point Finds Nicotine Dusting Costs Less theso bad symptoms, a mother may often comes in for special considerawell ask herself If tho food is rlnht, Than Spray. tion. For oxamplo, a whlto variety and if not, how sho can make It so- To the sorrow ot somo of tho innnd a black variety of tho samo breed THOUGHT HIS TIME nro nctually Identical In table quali- sect posts which feed on tho uudor sldo of plant leaves and so escape tho FARM AND HOME ty, bu becauso somo black birds do HAD GOME, HE SAYS not dress for tho market as cloan and effeol ot polscn sprays, tho Bureau CONCLAVE ENDS "f Entomology, United Statrs Departnlco looking as whlto ones, It often happons that thoy aro not as salable. ment of Agriculture, has been conLexington, Ky., Feb. with nicotino Good atWhen a flock of fowls Is kept for ducting experiments Springfield Man Says His egg production only, uniformity In sulphate applied in dust term. Mixed tendance at all meetings and the speCondition Was Alarmcolor is much less Important than ap- with kaolin to" give the poison bulk, cial program which had been prepartypo, 40 per cent strength nicotino sulphato ed marked the Ninth Annual Farm proximate uniformity In size and ing Before He Began yet tho moro attractive appearanco of did remarkablo work in controlling and Homo Convention which has Just Taking Tanlac. a flock of birds of tho samo color melon, cabbage and pea aphis, onion closed at tho Stato College ot Agrithrlps and western cucumber beetles. culture as one of the best held in the Justifies selection for color as far as It can be followed without sacrific- All theso nsect pests aro hard to history of the affair, according to au. "I have Just finished my third botreach with ordinary sprays, but the thorlties at Lexington. State-wid- e ing any material point. floating dust "settles upon tho under features ot the meeting wero tle of Tanlac and have already been grows-hl- 3 When a poultry keeper the sesown sStock year after year, ho should sldo ot the leaves as well as on the sions of many ot the Important agri- relieved of a condition that was getsurface. Tho experiments show that cultural organizations of the Stato ting to bo alarming," declared A. J. by nil means uso stock of a popular standard breed. Dy much" larger areas can bo treated in and tho addresses delivered by special Klllls, a carpenter, living at 27 N. doing so and by selecting as breeders less tlmo than is required by spraying. speakers together with William Street, Springfield, Ohio, the only as many of tho best specimens Moreover, tho equipment necessaryito the discussions of farm and home other day. of tho flock as aro needed to produce apply tho dust is much less expensive problems, by local workers. "For two years previous to taking the chickens reared each year then? Is than a spray outfit and Its cost ot Officers elected by members of tho Tanlac I had never been able to work maintained a highly desirable uni- applies. Ion is loss than by the older Kentucky Sheep Breeders' Association moro than four or five days at a time. formity of excellence in every practi- method. It weighs less than the spray for tho comlnlf year were Dr. Richard I had no appetlto and actually dreadcal quality and a pleasing uniformity and is moro conveniently handled. It Stovonson, Lexington, Pres.; Alfred ed to cat, for even tho little I managcan bo mixed with arsenate of lead Blastock, Lexington, in color. first ed to force down bloated mo up with or sulphur for uso against insects and Perry B. Gaines, Carrollton, gas and made me sick at the stomach fungous diseases. second and E. C. Good, and so short of breath I sometimes Hutch Early To Insure "Winter Egg Loxlngton, Secretary-treasure- r. ,, Production. thought my tlmo had come. I had flock How To Muko Table Grapes Available W. H. Stltes, Henderson, was re- spells pt dizziness and was so norvous .With tho avorage small-farwill Year Round. elected president of the Kentucky at times I couldn't hold a nail long whore hens of a general-purpoNow varieties ot fruit differing State Horticultural Society at Its an- enough to drlvo it, and felt dull and Is most satisfactory breed aro kept, It to let tho hens do tho hatching. It from those usually found on the mar- nual meeting. Other officers elect- languid all the time. During the tho hens aro ot a nonbroody breed, ket are always of Interest. New va- ed were Allen Reid, Owensboro, first winter of 1918 I was unable to hit a Louis C. HUlnmeyer, lick of work, and tho following winter however, it is necessary to uso incu- rieties of table grapes broimhtjby tho of Agricul- Lexington, second H. it was not much bettor. bators or to purchase baby chicks. United Whatever. tho method of hatching, It ture from Europe recently formed the Van Antwrp, Farmers, third "But, it's a fact, I haven-'- t had a demonstration and Ben E. Nlles, Hender- touch of digestion since I finished is most important that It be dono at b.wls ot a ot cLc keeping qualities ot theso va- son, secretary-treasure- r. my first bottle of Tanlac. I have a the right time ot year. hatching varies luable sorts, new to the American Charles E. Marvin, Paynes Depot, corking big appetite and eat things I The proper time ot will bo the 1921 president of the Ken- never dared touch before and everywith different localities, being earlier Inoyard Industry. Tho varieties used in this test were tucky Beef. Cattlo Breeders' Associa- thing agrees with me perfectly. My In .the South and latest In the extremo North. Tho aim should be to hatch Introduced by the Department ot Ag- tion. E. S. Good, Lexington was elect- nerves are steady as a clock, I feel the chicks at such a time as will al- riculture; grown in the vineyards un- ed secretary troasurer in the annual fine all the time and never lose a day low the pullets to reach their full de- der Its direction near Fresno, Oak-Ylll- e, meeting. from work on account of sickness. Ev and Colfax.'Callt., packed by its velopment and begin laying in Octoerybody I meet these days wants tp ber or Novombor, poultry specialists Investigators; transported to Its exknow what has got me to looking so .plant at tho in tho United States Department ot perimental much better, and I am always moro Agrlculturo say, as these earlier ma- Arlington Farm, near "Washington; than glad to tell them, Tanlac.' For Infants and Children turing pullets must bo depended upon and held until midwinter, long after Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. very largely for tho fall and winter tho holiday season, with the result In Us For Over R. Years L. B. Bean; In BeaverX)am by by T. chicks that at least six now varieties ot poS. egg production. Taylor, Jr.; and In McHenry Always bears fall tential commercial valuo have been do not mature In time J. Tlchonor. Advertisement. the Signature of nnd winter eggs, nor do they llvo or demonstrated to possess koeplng quat CLEAR RUN. grow so well during the hot weather. lities beyond any hope which tho Iny FARM DEPARTMENT. lvnrllog MmWWWwmH,.w'tmmwHmHWHH GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything, you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we - For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ; well-cure- d, BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' ar whole-somene- ss Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED en-or- gy HARTFORD, ' out-of-sta- te nt m se States-Departme- nt vice-presid- mid-wint- er cold-stora- ge CASTOR rA 30 Gia&ffflfe&L THE TRUTH OUT. A nogress "Late-hatch- ed vestigators at the department enter- When the boys now at the Boarding Gymnasium at Sanok, Poland, go forth to itake their places In life, they will carry with them a great love for America. Wor while they wero ( starving, they were fed by the Euforgot to say that Clear Run also has ropean Relief Council. Their gratia string band, about as good as can be tude for the food, some $200.00 found anywhere, and musicales aro worth, has been forwarded by tho Gymnasium manager, Dr. Brozd to all tho rage. tho Council. "We havo received 4 "B" packSurgeons agree that in cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds, ages of food and have no words for tho first treatment is most important. expressing our gratitude to you and; When an efficient antiseptic Is ap- to all the noble donors." "For two years, America has givplied promptly, there is no danger ot lnfoctlon and tho wound begins to en us liberally of food and clothing, heal at once. For use on man or has taknn care of our children and of beast, Borozono is the ideal Antisep- our sick people, has fed our Infants tic and healing agent. Buy It now with milk and has spread her benefiand be ready for an emergency. Price cent activity .over many other fields. S5c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by Great and noble America has proved m to be a generous and liberal magnate Tho Ohio County Drug Co. Who does not keep his wealth but has a munificent hand for his fellows BEST SLEEPING FOSTURES across the ocean. "Tho school children living In our reports that 23.5 .An investigator per cent of the human family sleep Gymnasium under my guidance who on the right side, 22 per cent sleep will profit by these gifts are well on the left side and 14.5 sleep on the awaro ot these tacts and will keop la back. As a rule, ho says, unusual their hearts the feeling ot truo gratipositions in sleeping, particularly ly- tude to the European Relief Council ing flat on the belly, indicate somo and will pray for tho charitable dondisease or other abnormal condition. ors." It has been announced by Herbert The probable reason given for tho pre valence of the habit ot sleeping on the Hoover that the child feeding fund right sldo Is that this position is most Is far from complete. Thousands oC favorable to tho emptying ot the dollars must come from Kentuckians stomach, as well as aiding tho heart to help teed these 3,600,000 pitiful action. Sleeping habitually on one children ot Eastern and Central Euside tends to destroy the body's rope. A check to Richard Bean, Kentucky symmetry. Barbers testify, wo are told, that the growth of the hair on Treasurer, or deposIteJ with any the head and chin Is retarded some- Bank In Kentucky, will help In this what on (he sleeping side. This, It is great humanitarian cause " conjectured, may be duo to pressure. : Gas in tho stomach or bowels is a - disagreeable symptom of a torpid livTHE GOODS. "Daughter, who was hero with er. To get rid ot it quickly tako Horblne. It is a marvelous liver stimyou last night?". ulant and bowel purifier. Price 60 "Only Myrtle, father." y Drug "Well, tejl Myrtle that she loft cents. Sold by m Company. her pipe on the piano." visiting-relative- s Onlo-Count- her parents, and other relatives. Since our last report a fine boy made his arrival at the home ot Mr. and Mrs. Lonije Wade's. They havo given him the name of Alva Jean. Mrs. Fannie Murry is in the Washington country for a few days. In our last report wo mentioned the improvement in our little hamlet, but "f? KENTUCKY GIVE AID TO THE STARVING CHILDREN Ituk's For Feeding Calves Feeding Is nn important factor In r ' frx EN developing a good brooding animal, or n favorite in tho show ring. Thero are many points to bo romomberod. These polnst may bo called rules of feeding, among which specialists ot tho United States Department ot Ae Tlculture glvo tho following; 1. Provldo a variety of foods at times, if possible. It Is oa3lor to all supply tho proper amourito of the desired nutrients which the calf neods If aoveral different feeds aro used. Tho ration will also bo moro palgtablo. 2. Do not make sudden changos tained. Whllo repeated seasonal tests will be nocossary fully to detormlno tho value of theso varieties under American conditions, tho prospect ot their Droving superior in dessert and keeping quality to tho varieties now gen-ally grown appoars excollent. In view ot the profound changos which tho vitlcuimral industry is now undergoing, tho lengthening ot the consuming season tor American-grow- n table grapes Is highly desirable to both, producers and consumers. Tho experiments under way Indicate tho strong probability that by growing oi camq,to St. Louis city tho weed. A fine tobacco season Is hero and the farmers are very busy stripping Is visiting his mm . MISUSE OF KLU KLUX KLAN As a Jesuit of the Intimidation ot people In various sections ot tho coun try by persons posing as members of tho Klu Klux Klan, Col. Simmons, Jtho Imperial Wizard ot the Klan, has offered a reward for the arrest and conviction ot any porson anywhere who uses the name "Klu Klux Klan" with any purpose not sanctioned by Klux Klan does not law. '"Tho-K- lu sanction lawlessness In any form," says Col Simmons, "and is not to be used as an agency tor wrongdoing. dispensary with a badly broken Jaw', Tho doctor questioned hor as to how sho got It. Sho gavo eyaslvo answers, Filially she admitted she was "hit with n object." "Was ft a largo object?" asked the physician. "Tol'ablo large." "Was it a hard object or a soft object?' "Tol'ablo liard.Y "Was it comlug rapidly or slowly?'' "Tol'ablo fast." Then her patience exhausted, she exclaimed: "To toll de trut, doctor, I was Jest nach'ly kick In de face by a gemman friend." Mr. Sherman Park of Owensboro, brother, Clinton Park, this week, and assisting In assembling a raft of logs. Mr. James Crowo, Jr., and wlfo, vlsltod Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Murry, one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Enunott Park visited Mr Joseph Park and family Monday. Nora Leo, Mr. and Mrs, C. C Hoovor's daughter, returned to hor home In Owensboro one day last week Ylsltlug attor spendlug a fort-ulght DAIRY DAY FEATURES FARM AM) HOME MEET' Loxlngton, Feb. A $45,000 exhibit ot dairy cows from the Coldstream Farm, Lexington, together with by dairymen of national reputation contributed toward making "dairy day" at the recent Farm and Homo Convention one ot thq biggest features of (ho event. Business sesHolstoln sions ot tho Kentucky Club, Kentucky Jersey Club nnd tho Creamery and Ice Cream Manufactur ers Association were also hold as- vin,.f nt M- i- nrnppnm. r i'Uii wfc .. 4. wo """" f es u ""W imnr p '" a r yprr '1 'r . IPiesiflerit tclusion After His Retirement. eating that the drlvo for Southern BERLIN TO TAKE a "Itert representation is really PART IN PARLEY drive." Rcprennlatlvo John W. Langloy, PERIOD OF REST Kentucky, mid today that he had re- Sees Tlint Entente Is UniiulmouS In MaliliiR Present, Dcmnmli ceived information "from the lnsldo" For Reparations. bo named a lumthat Mr. Hurt will Will Go Into Se- -' ber of tho Cablnot. Mr. Langloy Berlin, Feb. 8. Tho Gorman Gov to discuss what position would bo offered Mr. Hort. Ho said that as ernment has accopted tho Invitation far as ho Vnows no Cabinet post has, to participate In the Allied conference . r Xte"' S on reparations in London, March 1, It was announced here today. Tynshlngton, Tho government, in sending Its acFeb. 7. President SELECT. ceptance, sets forth Its supposition "WJlron jilans to go into virtual secluinclude disMiss Lagrada Allen and Miss Flos-sl- that the negotiations-wil- l sion Tor n Jimo after March 4. cussion of tho German countor profrom the responsibilities of Laugford were guests of Miss posals. Hosoy, Wednesday. aID! .which liavo weighed heavily Allies .Solidly Aligned. Mr. Sam James, of this place, loft iS6n tilra .during his convalescence, 3ir. "Wilson, his friends say, will shut Thursday for Texarkana, Texas, to be Charles Laurent, French AmbassaBlmrcltiin for a period of "Intensive at the bedside of his brother, Lafo dor to Germany, had n long conversa tion with Premier Briand last even and quiet in the now homo ho James, who Is seriously HI. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Eldson' visit- ing newspapers declare they discuss 3er pnrchnsed hero. UmrtJll tieay himself to all alters ed Mr. L. Eldson and family, Satur- ed tho situation created in Germany by the decisions of tho Supremo Al "faaept lramedlato members of his day night and Sunday. rtnculr. It Is said, and a very few Intl- - Mr. Wade Martin, of Cool Springs, lied Council) and L'Oeuvre underBrilliant editorials, accurate market, reports,' com an-l- n .friends with whom thruout his was tho guest of C. F. Miller's fami- stands M. Laurent believes that the plete sport news, society news, faction, comedy, more moderate minds of the Berlin liUaissOiB las kept in contact. ly Wednesday night. JMj formal engagements ot i any W. S. Langford and family visit- Cabinet will eventually prevail. tragedy, poetry) produced by talented 'men and .t13u.Br are expected hi be mado by ed Mrs. Longford's parents, Mr. and The possibility that an answer to 53i5 President until ho shall havo Mrs. J. M. Baize, Sunday. the Allied note has already been sent women, all combine with The Louisville Herald to iftaraushly adjusted himself to prl- - Mr. J. II. Stewart nnd family spent to Paris is mentioned by somo news pub-li- e Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Eld papers, and It Is declared tho Ger ale UIo after some ten years in give instruction and entertainment to eveiy memmans havo ien able to seu In the adjumlce. Even the writing which son Sunday. ber of your family. .Jks Tuts planned to do upon his retlre-oeitlroMrs. C. P. Miller and Mrs. Price dresses of Premier Lloyd George ot the White House will be Jliller were tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. Great Britain and Foreign Minister Sforza of Italy that the Allle? are solpas;ponod for several months, his J. D. Clark Sunday. Miss Mattie Dutler and Miss Ethel idly aligned in making their present .riKrrls say. "Wilson Is understood to havo Adams, of Gtlstrap, visited their aunt demands upon Germany. Premiers Urgo Refusnl. rwaived a number of Invitations to Mrs. J. D. Clark Friday. UpToThe-Minut- e Premiers of tho various Gorman upcnil part of the summer out of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Miller and llttlo g "Wsu-ilnEtTrat because of his son John Wesley, visited Mrs. Miller's States have agreed to urge the BerHappily-Organize- d with Ilio pleasant weather here uncle, R. D. Douglass " Saturday night. lin Government to refuse compliance which he had m with the Allied demands as formulatSssl snmmor, the first ed by the Supreme Council In Paris syta In -- his city, it Is, regarded as READING MATTER two weeks ago. This be.'ame known 'uaHSrclythothe will accept any of the ' here today when Doclor Von Kahr, T&Zlons. FBTTJOsslbly six months, friends of We can furnish you the Premier of Bavaria, returned from Berlin,, where he took part in ISvcEmsldEnt believe, his time will be Daily Herald, The conference of Federal Premiers tho on csywljy;ta"ken up with recreation. His Louisville Allwarslon since his Illness has Daily Courier Journal, or the Germany.! altitude regarding the AliiC DAILY-S-BYMAI-L ieta Tending. He Is said to ofhave Louisville Evening Times lied note. MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND AD. sracliiyilly exhausted the field any postofflco In KenTo DRESS GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. of which he always has vvith the Hartford RepubliADMINISTRATOR'S SALE. tucky, Indiana and ..IbtCT. especially fond, and more can for $5.75.. These rates On February 12, 1921, at about 10 Name 3ias talcen up novels and light subscrip- o'clock, a. m., I will sell at public O Mos. 1 Ycnr T.jjfr He also has given some time apply to both new Bring or outcry, to the highest bidder, one set Address : $5.00 $2.60 ot blacksmith's tools and appliances in xending political and historical tions and renewals. iuid poetry. of- and a lot of open accounts. Salo will wafts 1 Mo. R. F. D. No. ..: 3 Mos. send your orders to this iSnco 2iis resumption last week of take place at tho shop of Swain & . 50c $1.40 fice. Kudosed Find State Term Hero t bIU custom of attending the Swain, Centertown, Ky. Check For Mail following coupon with ?. U. S. CARSON, Admr., the President is expected to CERALVO. remittance at onco. Don't bo 1 Year.. cojtinac, as his health improves", to ii Mos. , . J. B. Swain, deceased Pobtofflcc Order. . . ,9. without The Herald for a JiniX cwrasion more and more to avail Violet, the little daughter of Mr. HARDING IS EXPECTED single day: Express Order O Mos iaiaBSfciI.or this form of recreation. He 9. l Mo. daily and Mrs. Odija Allen, who has been .oZsuls expected to continue his TO AJD SOLDIER BONUS quite lck of diphtheria Is better at jTcaiwmohllo rides. ' this writing. Washington, Feb. 8. President- Ama Wood has returned homo elect Warren G. Harding has assured Miss , TOKXHLYX JtEEPS LIONS ON GARAGE; FIXED $25 after spending several days with her the American Legion that one of the sister, Mrs. R. A. Danks, of Nelson, first acts of his administration will throw outs $7 down. "JSew York, Fob. S. After several and visiting relatives at Central City. be to "remedy conditions affecting NITRO BLAST KILLS BEECH VALLEY. Sheep and Lambs Trado generalMrs. L. P. Fulkerson Is quite sick the Government's case of the Nation's testified they had heard the 8 AT SCHOOLHOUSE ly steady, with a fair call for tho Tho S&zzas xoar and agents of the Society at the home of her son, Mr. C. R. disabled war veterans." farmers aro busy now stripF. W. best offerings. Best sheep at $3 ping and delivering ari;P"fyention of Cruelty to Ani- - Fulkerson, of Nelson. national commander of the tobacco. Lawrenceville, 111., Feb. 8. Inves- down; bucks $2 down. Best lambs roa-sx-Mr. Eldridge Milliner is visiting legion, declared in ah address here testimony that showed five Mrs. Nannlo Lclsuro, tigation into the deaths of a school ranged from ?710; seconds ?4.S. Is visiting Mrs. M. E. of Kirk, Ky., - his sister, Mrs. John Chancellor. 32os 2iad been treated cruelly, Matonight at a meeting arranged by the Miller. Produce. Misses Ora and Cora Everley and legion post of tho national Press teacher and seven pupils here yesterf dxm Adglen Castillo, 21 years old, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Calloway are tho Egg prices quoted today aro as parents of a baby boy, day, caused by the explosion of a can - Hazel Brown were the guests of Miss Club. living at the Hotel Chur.aZ bora Saturday aBiH. was fined $25 In West Side Mary Staples last week, and attended Mr. Harding Informed him In a re- of nltroglyserine, today centered In a much as 40 cents a dozen below tho February 5 th. ot the Martwick cent conference of his intention to seo search for thieves who last Sunday high level ot tho early winter season the closing exercises i Mrs. Bert Roach spent Saturday ni- ! top of CS cents a dozen net to tho night 3h petf., five of them, are lions school. that the "Country's obligation to its obtained a quantity of tho explosive a and Sunday visiting relatives country shipper having been attained at Magan. Mason, of Beaver Dam, disabled war heroes" was fully dis- from a nltro plant near this city. Mrs. and. uwre been caged In transportaThe can was found in a creek near on December 15. was In our midst ono day last week. charged, Mr. Galbralth announced. tion lxes In a garage. Mr. Wm. Taylor, who has been on Tho retail price continues to sag tho sick Miss Lorene Everley Is visiting her "U make my living with those dear General Pershing, who also spoke the schoolhouso and, exploded jn'tho list Is'somo better. bald the madame, "and why brother, Mr. Vernon Everly, of Kim-ble- y at the meeting, urged an adequate hands of one ot the school children. following closely upon tho wholesale Mets." Mr.' and Mrs. J. L. Patton and son, jbo-lMines. I mako them suffer? I Just programme of legislation to Insure Tho teachor and seven children were trend. Wlllio, of Ralph, wero tho guests of d "Eggs 2832c dozen. Mr. and Mrs. Chalk, of Tennessee, proper treatment and hospitalization blown to bits. BsSshrai un engagement In this city in Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller, Sunday. Poultry Hens 24 26c lb.; large Lester Groves, 7, whoso, brother, .a theater and was resting. The poor visited Mrs. Chalk's aunt, Mrs. P. for tho 12,000 disabled veterans now Miss Combyo Evans has returned in Government or private hospitals, Raymond Groves, was killed, was still spring chickens 20 24c lb.; small toiler homo at Seven Hills, In Owens-bor- o, little animals needed a home and I Jones, recently. Misses Mary and Grade Staples, and for tho 20,000 others, who, he alive this morning, but was not ex- 24 32c lb.; old roosters 12 13c jjzsi awn In tho garage. I did not after an extended visit with her ,1b.; stags 20clb.; young ducks 24c sisters, of Nelson, visited friends hero Satur- said, aro asking for hospital atten- pected to survive. poor, dear lions." . &na-itliur-t the Mrs. Lesllo Holm and Mrs. lb.; No. 1 turkeys 36c lb.; gcesa 18 Ilbbart Ralph. Pupfls said today the can of Madame Castillo said thoj lions day night and Sunday. tion whclh they cannot get. 20c lb.; guineas 30c each; young flrsLwas seen early in the were harmless and offered 'to take . Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller, Mr. nnd day in the, creek. It was fished out guineas 50c. 1IEFLIX. th-- xs to court. LEAGUE'S ARMY IN WAR Mrs. Almon Duko, Mr. G. fa. HIckoy and Miss Mattyo Brown, of Sunny-dal- e, PAINT BUT CAN'T START ',nd handled for some tlmo before it COOL SPRINGS. exploded. Tho scene ot tho explosion SELECT." , Rev. J. A. Bennett filled, his reguwero gupsts of Mr. and Mrs. M. lar appointment at Woodward's ValE. Miller Sunday. Paris, Feb. 8. "All dressed up Is In the heart of the Illinois oil fields, where-muc-h nitroglycerine is used to "Sir. and Mrs. J. II. Stewart and ley Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Thomas Tate left tho first of with a place to go, but-n- o Mr and Mrs. J. C. Magan visited way to shoot wells. dined with Mr. and Mrs. L. D. tho. month for Cincinnati, Ohio, whoro Mr. and Mrs. Alva Magan, Mr. Clay Balrd and Mls3 Ethel, get there." of Ada-buA verdict of accident was returned he will attend tho Raho Automobllo K5iiim, Sunday. Rlcheson visited Mrs. Bottle Rlche-so- n Sunday. This represents the position today Sunday. Hie and Mrs. Will Langford vlslt-v- ii of the League of Nations army com- today by a Coroner's Jury" which in- and Tractor school. Mr. Gilbert Roach spent Saturday Mr. nnd Mrs. J. m Baize, ot Miss Clara Ellis visited her mother, prising battalions from Spain, Hol- vestigated tho deaths. Walter and James, sons ot Mr. night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Wilson, are serlously ill ot John Roach, of Jingo. .Baisstown, Sunday. Mrs. Molllo Ellis Saturday and Sun- land, Sweden, France and Great Bri.When all of us once' moro adopt pneumonia. fi. J. S. James is spending some day. Miss Arzella Magan spent Saturday tain. The army has been refused Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wilson loft Sun night and Sunday visiting rolatlvos his brother, who is very ill, ith Miss Eva Thomasson is visiting permission to cross Swiss tenitory the always beneficent policy of strivn. Texarkana, Texas. friends and relatives near South because it would be a "violation of ing to give! all we can for a dollar day for Daviess County whore they at Magan. Instead of trjlng to seo how little wo will mako their future home. There are numerous' cases of News has been received horo of tho neutrality." cough in tills country. Miss Deulah Wilson returned home death of Mr. George M,!dklff, ot Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Patton and League heads hero are most indig- can give, then nnd not until then will e prosperity and content- Monday after spending two weeka at Washington. He was tho son of T&ra. Winson Smith Is on the sick children, of Carrier Mills, 111., arrived nant. They declare this action by a the Zfcst- Graham, visiting rolailves. In this neighborhood Monday, where fellow member of the league effectually ment prevail. Mrs. Lucretla Mldkff, deceased, of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ferguson vis- this place, and was hero visiting rolathoy will make their future home. Mr. S. F. Babbit Is very sick. j prevents tho International force LOUISVIXLE MARKETS. ited Mrs. Ferguson's mother, at Bea- tlvos last May, but was In falling Air. and Mrs. J. L. MllleT visited The little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ffom reaching Vllna, since It can not it- - T). Douglass Sunday. ver Dam Tuesday and Wednesday. aipsiey Kiggs, died Monday, alter a cress Germany. health at that time, having been lc Cattle Midweek trade brought out Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Allen vlslt-- s lingering Illness of pneumonia. oporatod on for cancer of tho stomach . t a small number and prices as a rule LIOXESS IL1S TOOTH PULLED --dr. and Mrs. B. F. Alloa WedneCARD OF THANKS. Just before coming here. sday and Thursday. Wo aro deeply grateful to those were fully steady compared to open$180,800 STOLEN FROM There aro several cases of whoopIn the Brooklyn, N. Y., zoo Queenlo. ing cough hero. BAXIC IN PENXSYLVAXIA who so kindly assisted us during tho ing day. Prime light butchers found .313BT AS SOUTII'S BET Illness and death of our dear son, a fairly good outlet; medium kinds tho lioness was roped to her cage Mr. Charlie Farmer, of near Jingo, FOR CA1JIXET POSITION while a dental veterinary pulled, out passed thru here last Thursday with Roadlng, Penn., Feb. 8. The Poo-plo- 's John Reuben Anderson, and for the slow and uneven. Quotations: Prime heavy steers an aching tusk. Iod'lno, cotton bat- tho remains of his 'llttlo Trust Company, Wyomlsslng, many words of sympathy. v'ashlnBton, Feb. 8. Senator-4- ct which was robbed last Friday by auMR. and MRS. T. L. AN.DERSON. $7.G08; heayy shipping steers $7 ting and cocaine wero used as on us old baby, who had died of whooping John W. Harrcld, Oklahoma, a to bandits, Issued a statement today 7,G0; medium steers comma smaller animals, and while keepers cough. It was laid to rest In tho mon steers ?5 6; tat heifers $6.50 hold Queonle's Jaws apart and out of Adaburg Cemetory. raslfro Kentucklan, ono ot tho leaders stating the robbers obtained In monJIT. PLEASANT. ' 7,25; fat cows $5 6; medium to mischief with a huge crowbar the vet iai Iha now drive to havo President-e!x- t ey, Liberty bonds nnd other securities m name ono Southern a total of $1807800. There is no clow --Harding cutters $3 4; cannors navigated, giant foiceps into the Mrs. Mary Davla, who has been good MULEOLOGY. amx. in t'10 uoxl Cablne, axprvsuru to tho thieves. Hi for somo tlmo. Is Improving. 12.50 0)3; bulls $45,B0; feeders yawning chasm. Tho mule Is patient, fond ot work, trday that "It M-- . Hard-.aistockers Mrs J. C. Leach is thought to bo ?5. 5007. 25; ?4G,50; o tho uu His virtues will boar sifting; t .(Soclfl'iS iliiit It is ndviabU to RALTI.MORE LEADS DUT NOT THE UNIVERSITY -- lowly Improving. cholco milch cows ?GD7G; medium Besides, the business end of him rath-j'j- x ct IN TEACHERS' RAISE jiinat' rioai tho 'Old South Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raferty and to good ?35GG; common to medium Is always so uplifting! Mrs. Edwin was showing Selma, than from Oklahoma, Alvln T. children havo returned. to their home $253D. A survey ot tho educational situati- In Evnnsvlllo, aftor nn extended visit Best tho now Swedish maid, "tho ropes." Hert, of Leulsvlllo, ia tho logical and Calvts Prices unchanged. Tho union tho supremo court is on-by jrt'hablo choice." tho Aiuerlcan Federation of with tholr mother. veals $10.50 11; medium to good "This," sho said, "is my son's room. sworn to protect Is, according to Mr, common to medium ?3 5. Ho is in Yale." Mr Harreld has been urging John Toachois shows that Ilaltlmoro with Master Vanemark Amos, ot CromGompors, a labor union. Washing-Ilogs Demand fairly good, but '"Ya?" Solma's face lit up with ton Post. S1dl(l, Oklahoma, for. Secretary of an liibrease ot ?G0(Fa year per toaoh-or- , well, is vUltlng his. grand parents, laads tho list In amount of salary Mr. and Mrs,. John Beak, ot this pricos showed uneven declines In Bympathotlc understanding. "My .Arrlculturj), but It 1b generally uuder-ttoo- il sympathy with other points. Best bnyldor ban there, too." Speaking of panics, nobody over thaMhla post already has been advance granted to sohool woikera place. ' durlng the past year. Philadelphia Tho Rtnrlr vlaHpil tlin linmn nf Mr hog? 200 pounds and up $9.25; 120 hoard of ono being producod by ev- "Is that so? What year?" Mtfl "Ach, ho b"in got no year, da yudgo I orybody bolng at work. Knoxvlllo For thai reason his coujmgnt con brings up tho reir, its increase being Rob Miller one day last week and left to 200 pounds $0 75; pigs. 90 to 120 i pounds i'j; iiu pounds sixty days In yall." Journal and Tribune. down $8;yust say, you vbeui a flue boy. ,. --. nrts Mr nort z regarded us tadl- - only from ?C0 to ?120. yot been tendered him. o F-rsod Lo-ret- ta Does It Mean Anything To You To Know The .First, The Last, The Best News From All Parts of The World? Then It Is The Louisville Herald YoirWaiit xat" -- S m !. on, Read a Thoroughly Newspaper. Fam- de-3I- Join The WeMnforined And ily Of Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. THE LOUISVILLE HERALD. A 5s the-itiz- x, i 1 Gal-brai- th, To ra-ttt- ' lS. , ;f-n- Xtr rg c Vis-atT- at Car-rollto- "tuii;ng old-tim- r- ' ?07; ?45; .4;-a- yj sol-a- JG8; -- -- ,M A-e- N S!f . 1 v. fr. S. ot r-JL