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Subscription $1.50 per YmjC NUMBER 20 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, ' , of temperament of tradiH. Glllosple nnd P. H. Taylor, at Mrs. THE BODY OF MRS. JAS. I differences ILLEGAL PERMITS IRISH PEACE HOPES tion and of Interests. In order to do Taylor's homo on Mill street Monday LYONS BURIED HERE tnnt n" partle3must bo propared to Liquor To After liuslnoss manors nftcrnoon. Value of $2.0,0l)n,0oa - take." NOJABLY BRIGHTER had been attended to an hour was Illegally Withdrawn. Ho repeatedly emphasized tho no- spont socially and much onjoyed by Tho rcmnlns of Mrs. Lyons, notlco ccsslty of peace, saying that It was all. Luncheon was served to about of whose death appeared In these colPhltndclhla, Nov. 9. Liquor valInoodcd for welfare- of tho Empire, as t , thirty guests. umns last week, wore brought homo . . ued r.t $250,000,000 has been withLloyd Ueorge bays Chance won n8 for the good relations of tho for burial, arriving hero early Satdrawn from federal British Isles. Tho worst aspect of a houses in Now York bonded wareBarrass Loses By 200, Bal- - RLPLBLH. AN TO COME EARLY urday morning, accompanied by her Better Now Than In tn tho last OUT ONE DAY family quarrel, ho added, was not husband, son, Dr. Lyons, daughter. Many Years. ance Of Ticket Wins only that It caused unhapplness with- month on counterfeit permits bearg ing names of PhiladelW Kntilnuinliiln (aniline tho Ro'iub Miss Dorcas and sister, Mrs. JefferBy 200 to 1000 in tho family, but attracted the attenAfter funeral sor- phia drug stores, It waa declared to date'8011 Wnttoraon llcan one day earlier, or under neighbors. tion of ' vices which were conducted from the by S. F. Rutter, nssoclate direcof Thursday Instead of Friday, durDeclaring that there could bo no night London, Nov. 9. Tho lord mnyor's homo of Mr, and Mrs. J. If. D. Caring ihu vek of thanksgiving, vhl:i peace and that a great opportunity tor of prohibition" for Pennsylvania. son nt 3o'clock, Saturday aftcrnopn, banquet this evening at Guild Hall, Tho fraud was revealed, LOSE IN THE DISTRICT wilt nccnsf'iplo putting it to Ratter T."Frazlor, tho body wns assumed moro than national Import-- would be lost If each party approach-anc- o said when tho counterfeit permits "Wednesday evening. Our reason for by RoV. T. prime Minister David Loyd cd the tangled problem determined when In Onkwood Cemetery In were returned to the Philadelphia of- doing this Is to g'lvo our force the deposited GeorgQ,-replyinto tho Mayor's toast, not to budgo an inch, ho exclaimed: J tho presence of a large gathering of Carey Defeat benefit of the holiday something not frlonds and relatives. Tho lavish dls- - lo tho cabinet mlnlolcrs, followed the "Wo who are in the conference In flee. The names ot tho permits were of "Wilson And eight firms, which, according to Otto liAmrAfArn Ail Invnri of gatherings the his- -, behalf ot the British Government ot natur0' fnlrest tlowa Slack And Smith By B" custom such of speakingathis mind people regard ourselves there as and Krause,' secretary of the PhiladelThose who contemplate carrying , P"V the to the high esteem In which the torlc Guild Hall phia advortlsemonts with us In that I., I token Safe Margins trustees of tho Empiro, the guardians not Association ot Pharmacists, do regarding foreign affairs. .(Aannlin.1 .n Iml.l .., liA M felt . exist. " sue will confer a favor upon uia.by of Its honor and "security. It is a The tradition has been that the Arrest Two Women getting their, orders and copies to us vlvlng frlonds. only on high trust; wo promlso you we will Some of thoso from a distance who Prime Minister must touch ' New York, Nov. 9. Miss Helen foreign policies In his annual Guild not betray It" Tuesday, as by not Inter than Tuosday, and corThe election results of 3mall, former clork In the offico ot kindly time their attended tho funeral wero: Mr. Jas. Hall speech, but In response to tho dlrmonstrntcd by unofficial returns, respondents will the collector ot internal revenue hero--, Ions and daughter. Miss Dorcas of lord mayor's suggestion that the CITIZENS' TICKET of crossed communications to reach us earlier shows tho greatest number Orlando, Fla., Mrs. Jefferson Watter- Nellie O'AourXo were arWINS LOCAL RACE and Mrs. ballots over beforejlep'osltod by tho than usual. Ashley. III'. Dr. and Mrs. Elvis guests anxiously awaited news ot the I raigned today before- - Unltod State Wo fwl that the proposed advance'0"' Irish conforenco,. Mr, Lloyd George Counlyi.in ahy olec voters of Ohio (Zoinmlssioncr S. II. Hitchcock and. press with Carson uml Dr. Willis Lyons of Cor Quickly expanded the statement, made! The Hartford Citizens' ticket lor tlon. Tho breeches niado In Repub by ono day In golny to held In $2,500 ball each for trial on any bin, Ky., Mrs. Annie Lyons of Louis early in hto speech that "the Wash-Mayand councllmen won in Tues-Ingt- charges lican ranks by tho bitterly contested this Issue need not inconvenience Hodgcnvllle, of trafficking in forgod majorities-ranginour patrons nnd at tho samo tlmo ville, Mr. Olllo Lyons of conference Is like- a rlnbow day's election by primary, to a great oxtcnt wero nev-- of Mr and Mrs. Lafo Knott, Mr. and withdrawal permits. Scaled Much trading resulted It will bo the meamj of giving thoso in tho sky," and then passed to the from 11 to 24. Mr. J. D. Holbrook, It was alleged that tho women, Repub- Mrs. Arthur Phillips and Mrs. S. L. question with Dmocratlc of Ireland. candidate for police accepted $3,000 in marked bills in therefrom on election day, ns evi who afo connected holiday,tho by Phillips, of Haynesvllle. which .He declared that there was a bet- - Judgo was elected without opposition, exchange for a paper purporting to denced by tho vote In tho race for lican a day off, a mm The CItiznes' ticket was composed ler. prospect of Great Britain's pro- County Court Clerk, Mr. E. O. Bnr-- .right they ought to have. MISS LKLIA GLENN allow withdrawal of 250 cases ot 9 posals to Ireland being heeded today as follows: Republican candidate los- rass, tho . GIVES THEATRE PAHTf MAYOR OF ST. PAUL Invlta"--K Blankenshlp; Coun-tio- n whiskey from a bonded Warehouse-Mayor, WC. and of Ireland accepting the' 1nK to his opponent, Mr. Ouy Ranney Their customer was Federal Agent KJ KITED FROM CAR to mtcr tho British common- - oilmen, S. O. Keown, L. Sr Igleheart, by approximately 200, whllo majori Miss Leila Glenn gave a theatre Harold B. Dobbs. wealth as an equal thnn fdr years. A. E. Pato, W. S. Tinsley, W. J. ties for tho romnlndor of tho Repub Mayor C. paity Saturday night In honor of her st. Paul. Nov. 9. but that the conference was still In Dean, and Jno. B. Wilson, lican ticket ranged from 200 to METHODIST EDUCATIONAL ifn,i,.on f"s vnnl. wns forcibly ' guests. Misses Carmen Bird and a critical stage. I " 1,000. er PLEDGES ARE NOW DUE today Clyde Boulton of Central City. hero CLAUDE SMITH TIIAXKS FRIEND Ono of tho most surprising results ejected from a street car Silent ... Possibilities. ss Gloen and her house guests refusing to pay an extra faro si''" ,of the election was tho small majori or the first Installment Beyond this ho carefully refrained the party wns composed of the fol- I wnnt to avail myself of this op- . ty given Judge It. W. Slack, as It for riding ono extra block. Jiving: Misses Florence Nelson, Win-me- from divulgingf, tho results or the pos- - 'portuulty of thanking my loyal of the educational fund of tho M. Ki Tlio mayor announced in a state- -' wns figured that ho would perhaps. Steven-mattChurch, S Is now due. Mr. A. D. , . , slbllitles of tho conferences which ' tonight that he will bring tho nlo D Slmmerman. Mildred irieuus wuu Builuieu iuu m wic Kirk has been authorized as collecor at least run well lead tho ticket, Mary Marks and Messrs Harold are now being held with the Irish re (election before the city council to- - s". Tuesday. While I was de- .up with It. But Instead his majori fund for the Hartrord tor of - "olbropk. Paul SIsk. Parke Taylor, presentatives. . -- j .., 1. uu TJ.. lnnnl T cnir Tirfth nil olnnafAV ttint Church. thoAll subscribers' are reques" ty fell to nbout 220. No one could" morrow and demand a complete un- -, Wilbur P: Rhonda, Berry D Walker, T ...w...j l.l ui I'lilUH idiiaiiis, - CJU lie- I had rather have the. respect of. my l.l uirt cur comhatft been found on" Monduy who demanding with the street Curtis Maples, James Glesn and Ly- - nilor alluded to tho economic troubles homo people than the office I be- ted to call at Mr. Kirk's office where . yould-ha- vo boon willing to wager on any regarding- 'loop' terminals. he will receive and" receipt for 'tho. man Taylor. At tflQ conclusion -- of afflicting the world, such as followed r with came a candidate for his majority being- loss than 800. SOCIAL CLU11 MEETS I Ho express amount now due. the show tho party 'repaired to the tho N?polconlc wars. great reluctance, and only after I Mr. C. E. Smith llko Judgo Slack, Mrs. T. O. Baker is collectorfor AVITH MRS. J. S. GLENN homo of Miss Glenn, where variousH ed the conviction that the torco ot do so by a vast was figured to carry tho County by I enjoyed, and the cyclone was alrady spent, and fol- had been urged to the Goshen charge and Mrs. Dudley social diversions wero d number ot friends both Democrats Westerfield for Mt. Hermon. SOlXnnd up. Unexpected things Mrs. J. S. Glenn entertained the La- - a luncheon, marking the close of an lowed .with a recital ot numerous unci Republicans. , on election day which very ma.: pleasantly spent, was symptoms indicating that a revival dies' Social Club In a most charming ecnlng most As I view tho result ot the election '; LOUESVILLE MARKETS terially changed tho reault In tho con- manner at her home Wednesday af- - served was coming, particularly the fact were two main and paramount tests Tor Circuit Judgo nnd Com- ternoon. Each member present wore every land the slackness that there that "in causes contributing to my defeat, viz: Csttle Midweek market brought monwealth Attorney. seemed to overcomo labor is passing ndded interest to tho meeting. lethargy on the part of many voters cut a moderate number. Demand for Wilson's majority over Slack, In G. O. P. MOPS UP away.' At the conclusion of several games of my own party and buccessful detho district, is around 625, whllo Ca- - of rook a delicious two'course lunchIN LOUISVILLE "The world Is sottllng down to ceptive influences omployed"resultlng the best light butcher stock was brisk: by ry appears tho winner over Smith and prices full steady; some sales on work," said Mr. Lloyd George "and eon was served. In tho alienation from my support i strongor basis. Medium and' innear 2,500. It Is work alone that will fill the members present wero: Tho Th Republicans wro victorious in of a vas$ number ot voters belonging ferior- kinds unchanged. Trado In Tho returns will not bo tabulated tills which will enable pur E. E. Birkliead, W. 8. Tinsley, city of until today, commencing at 10 o'clock T. H. Black, Lyman Darrett. Rowan Tuesday's election In the County, chasers to come to the markets. The to labor unions. These Influences heavy steers rather slow, although. fnv alinW nf ttin Intpnrinri mir. i all Loulsvlllo and Jefferson and wo could not therefore give tho io change noted In values from first Belle Cooper, E. G. Dar-city and Coun-ras- s, blue sky is beginning to. emerge; the cqu fflr notwlthstan(1. ot the week. Fairly good clearance , official result, but tho figures given Holbrook.. Collins, Hooker Will Jams, eicctJng their entire Wash.ngton conference-summoned R. T. ty Tckets by majorities ranging from the,r omployment In raost undcr. reported. below show tho approximate result by President Warren G. Harding, is Darrell Sullenger, A. C. Porter, W.5000 t0 700p hand manner a vast number ot union . Quotations: Prime heavy stce'rs, In each race within the County, by For, with "laborers C. Diankenshlp, and Misses Lettloj The RepubiCans had Indorsed like a rainbow In, . sto.od valiantly by me. How $6.507; heavy shipping steers,, fB majorities: -- . .,. m.. -. Marks, Sophia Woerner and Wlnnlo lJmlges Fieid an(i Gordon, Democrats ,n McLenn and Daviess Coun- 6.50; medium, fat heifers, Circuit Judge. D. Slmmerman. Mrs. John Bennett of 'ror clrcult jmjge3, who were without tion of business is impossible. jtles. those, Influences seem to have $4.506; fat cows $404.50; me213 Housto "Texas, was also present It. W. Slack.. "Disarming, Only Sare. Road." 'accomplished fully their Intended end. asoppoaU,o:l and 0iectod an or thcir dium $304.50; cutters $2.5003; Com'th. Attrney. a guest, miss Bimraermun aasisiea other canddates for circuit Judges, "Disarmament is tho only road to ( 1 do not regret in any way having canners, $2 2.25; bulls $2.50 ". .?'. 4S5 C. E, Smith anu enter- being the first Urn in th history of safety for the human race. Suspl- the hostess in receiving made the race. In doing so I feeders, $56.25i stockers Representative taining. fears, misunderstandings, even mitted to the will of my friends, whj the city that all ot the circuit Judges milch cows $2060. 685 mm- Ira Jones to serve will do so wttout being elect- quarrels nro as inevitable among na- - i am certain had only my welfare and Calves Market active and steady. Circuit Cleric TWO COUPLES WED HERE tlon.H as among Individuals and, if a! what they thought the desire of the ed as Democrats and by. that party. 69G Dest veals $10 down; medium $4G;-conlmo- n Frank Illack In the election of Judge Qulnn as uuuuiy weuiiuu 10 reuuj ui uuuu, uiic . people in noari anu minu. iaoy as 3, County Judge Forest M. Hoover of Route mayor, Loulsvlllo bids fair to have day they will strike. The American well as myself conscientiously bellev- Hogs Market active with steady 877 Hartford, and Miss Millie Jolley of n. R. Wedding one of the cleanest able men at the conferenco has the future of civill- - ed that faithful pufilic service would prices in vogue. All weights sold at " a marCounty, Clerk Route 4, Hartford, procured ever occupied that import atlon In Its charge, therefor I earnest be rewarded but alas, not so. $7.50 with throwouts $"5.75 down. 189 riage license Wednesday, and were helm who .Ouy Itanney (Democrat) position. ly Pray for Its success After the close of my terra of of Sheep and Lambs prices generally law office of ant Sheriff united in jnarrlae nfthe m "Twenty-fiv- e years ago Lord Sails fice, on January 1, 1922; I will con steady. Dest lambs at $7 down; sec20G County Attorney, A. D. Kirk. O. A. Ralph HEAVER DAM HONOR ROLL bury in this room expressed the sntls-- J tlnuo the general practice ot law as onds $4.50 5; best, fat sheep $3 County Attorney Owen Wade, and Edyth N. Dowel!, MONTH OF OCTOBER faction whic hthe people ot this coun-- j j, member of "the present firm of down; bucks $2 down. .68'9l both of Fordsvllle, also secured the . TMto C. Martin try fell'at tho peaceful solution which i Barnes & Smith, in which capacity Produce necessary prmlt and were made as. Tax Commissioner lbt Grade Lucile Martin, Jewell had Just teeu reached of our last my being relieved of the duties of the. Buyln? prices net to shippers, tin 568 ono In the County Clerk's office. 3toy F. Keown Sandefur, Richard Sandefur. Borious difference with the United Atty., we will be dray.-.Jailor Judgo Mack Cook performed each of - 2nd grade June Davos, Grace States of Amorlca Every man who ) offico ot Com'th to serve our clien shipper paying freight better prepared chnrgCH, aie: '. Hudson the ceremonies. Nat James, Martha Sandefur, Virginia ts a. man of British blood has been tago than ever before. Eggs Candled 48c down. W. A. Illmes and O. S. Moxley woro All of tho young people are popu McKonney, Naomi Mad.dox, Samuol taught to regard a serious quarrel Sincerely, Poultry Hens, large l'Jc lb-- small; Sected ns coroner and County Sur- lar and well thought of in their re- Leach. with America as unthinkable. That CLAUDE E. SMITH. "l5c It..; largo spring chUkons IZa' veyor respectively, without opposU spective communities. m--m 3rd Grade Lillian Taylor, Tiny attitude ot mind is in itgelf a guar1 lb. small springers 19c lb.; roosters-8- c m tlon. Mao Daniel, Ruby Mao Stewart, KatU-orln- e antee bf peace between tho two counLEGION TO CELEBRATE lb.; ducks 20c lb.; young turkoys, TWO MKX INJURED Republican candidates for Justice Rummaee. Glena Coopor. Vlr- - tries. 28c lb.; geese 12 lb 16c lb.; gufneaa IX AUTO ACCIDENT of the l'eaco were returned winners igfnla Sandefur, Thelma Faught. "But this conference held under the The American Legion, old $3 dozen young $7. In 5 of the 7 districts, as follows: J. 4th Gradt" Churles Sandefur, Av- auspices of America ought to curry of Rockort, will celebrate ArGouutry Butter Pound 20c. Cool A parly of six men from McCoy, district 1; Q. D. Drown, ery Hill, Wavy Taylor. Kenneth Bur- us a stage further; It Is tho Inculca- mistice day today at Rockport The mm Murphy, district 4; Srngs wore coming Into Hartford district 3; J. R. gess, nasi! .Keown, John W. King, tion of a similar attitude toward and exercises will consist of a parade, MARRIAGE LICENSES. Jlack Martin, district 6; J. W. Tay- Tuesday night to get tho election re Nolon Dockory, Clarence C. Daves. between all other peoples. If that Is decoration of graves, speeches and lor, district 7, whllo Democrats were turns, whon their nutomobllo skid T. E. Rogers.. Vlrgle.. to, Era Ren5th Grade Judith DoIIart, Myrtlo achieved at this asBombly, the Wash- other Intercstlpg features. successful in two districts Clinton ded on a curve, near town, throwing Leo Daugherty, Joe Taylor, Ray1 ington conference will he the groutoet mm der, Logansport. 2 and "Sum Holbrook some of thorn out, among whom were Igelhcart In No. . of" the last 1.9C0 yarn' . FAIR VIEW, Reynolds-Marti- n, Hartford, Routo severo Pierce, donevTevo Leach, Alsln Hill, event sustained Ed Dortch,-vh- o in No. G. 2 to Huz61 Austin, Reaver DamL Ot 'hu Irish negotiations he said in. Pnrvon Knight. vote upon- tho con- bruises and Burfaco scratches upon Reports of tho , Mrs. Joe Acton has been on the sick Layton RossDrakesboro, to Mary Paulino Austin, Gladys co:wli sion: Cth Grade were not tho faco and body, and Lea Nelson stitutional amendments '" "I cannot reveal any secrelj of tho list for some time, but is slowly im- E. Casobier, Paradise. Hosoy, Rachlel Hays McKonney, Lois broken ribs woro giv- who suffered sovoral made when other returns way to proving. Forest Hoover, Hartford Routo 3, Injurod Taylor, Grothel Martin, Dolora Balse, confeio.'ipi room; that Is tho en but it Is known that each ,lost and other bruises. The two The meeting to be? held here Sat- to Mllllo Jolly, Hartford Routo 4.;Taylor, Tracy Stewart, Merle brim; a conforenco to nought. All I heavily In the County, perhaps or men were, brought on to Hartford, Murrell can Bay Is that there is a better pros urday night was called off, on acOwen Wade, Fordsvllle, to Edyth Hocker. where their wounds received modlcal C to 1 . 7th Grade Floyd Newton, Roy pect of our invitation to the people count of the preacher being unable N. Doweii, FordBvllle. election of two attention. They wore still in HartTho result In the of Irelnnd to como Into free partner- to till his appointment. Taylor, Frclda Pierce. '' C'am" iiicmbors of tho County Hoard of Edu- ford yesterday morning. ASSESSMENT NOTICE Farmers of this community havo Sth grads Malcolm Dames, Vir- ship in tho British Empire as equals, mm cation, llko that upon tho amendgil Couch, Aubrey Martin, Winona being heeded today'than at any tlmo been selling their tobacco and report CHILDREN'S SPECIAL by ments was not reported nnd-koTo the taxpayers of Centortown, good prices. Lucille for years. Kane, AT METHODIST CHURCH Coleman, Beulah thoso who received the telephonic re Smallhous and Point Pleasant preMr. and Mrs. John Ford of "Wo nro now at tho most critical Couch. ports of the election, henco. wo arc unMrs. Louana Rowan and chil- cincts, I. or ono of my deputies will 9th Qrado George Barnes, Carrol stage of the conference. There have for Arrangements have been-maable to give tho result, as It cannot been many faults not all on one dren ot Cedar Orove, Mr, aud Mrs. be. at Centortown Saturday tho 5th, presenting a special program for tho Voller. 1)eKlven until the official tabulMloti lQth Orada Frayk Kelley Case-bte- r, sjdu., Dut I shall say nothing that Chester Bolton of Mcllenry, Routo mid Monday and Tuesday the 7th and at the local Methodist children Js made. Messrs. Will Ford, Sam Ford.i 8th, to complete the assessment ot Lena Wallace, Marflne McDan-e- l, would inak It difficult for us to ar Church Sunday evenfng .next at 6:15. my . Please meet uu There are Robert Carepn Jr nnd Davo Ford, said precincts. Aaron Rpach, Josephine Plrtle, rive at an agreement. Young People's Union will be In The LADIES' AID ENTERTAINED threo parties to tho conference, all were gueats ot Mrs, Louis.--, Wright promptly. .vr charge. All parents are urged to Albert'shullz, Wendell Ralph; D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. O, Co. Sunday. Mrr." Wright' has" toon In 11th Qrade Eldred Young, Eye-ly- n with their owa susceptibilities. f,The members of the Methodist come and bring the little .folks, as IyL. T BARNARD, Dept.Tax, "Success depends on the extent.you ill health for some time, hut U ljunley, Hlllard Willis. delightfully enter-raliJ- this special service promises enjoyT,(JIW' Aid were corar. , can reconVile'and accommodate those 12th Grade Iva Render. by Maadames J. R. Plrtle, W. ment for them, 9' RETURNS SHOW MLCHJCROSSING .p-r.- ... ...., - or on g cr -- Do-aft- j One-fifth- at er , . ... -!-- "" - - hap-jpene- Mes-dam- es ; ....... the-aky- " ..r 66; 4.-2- G; sub-clou- s, $3.-255- .50 $23. I u'l ? f r, - ! - -- ... do t, ' ed -- . - 4ft - .vfr KMT WURie r 'nMMMMI .W.W iummM mWMWg? s !. Uorlln business circlos. Tho man from Hrtalau with a factory to , 'Mil, llie promoter irom naumuii RIARMAMFNTlwIth a banking project, the spccula- .uidHiiJianiLiii tor from MunIch wlth an ulca an,, - ithe harraMOd director of a hard- all of thoie prcsted steel works Tfitcouril Kano Sayo That have only ono object In coming to Uorlln. and that Is to see Hugo IHia Country Wants To Sllnne8, the mystery man of finance, .Discard Guns tho Mlnmardk of commerce, the dic- llnlnr nf rinrninnr. Hero In Derlln. In a dingy, unnro-tentloE&xnnnnKiVnt Is more urgently office, sits the Jji .'Japan than In any other winrd the greatest money Juggler .jTVry,c;nru'lng to Viscount Kan,, slnco the days of Ernest Terah- - Hoo-le- y jrojnr-xmit- s lll'dressed that nation on the vJ taciturn, sombre-yed- , Council. and without that personal charm on 4&fn??na of .Nations granted Interna-xttba- which so many financiers depend for n an riorvlco Viscount Kano success. ."News JHoilir, .al the feelings, hopes and Hcrr Stlnnes Is a busy man who of his p. mid a follows: does not appear to be busy. Yet ho -iipan Js often blamed a3 being a 13 a tremendous worker, a - jrtuM.riiUlc and Jlngolst country. But inscrutable almost sinister .MncFsjfeody who la familiar with her looking glutton for work. that she has beon His N the Will. menace of foreign Invasion He controls something over 130 jf9jrn!mirlP3 The invasion by tho public companies. They all have JMftiwiols was the first. Then, In tho board of directors, but his Is the will eSgMttcn'th. and nineteenth centuries, that moves the boards, his the policy Bu3na.ims obliged to close her coun- - that Is pursued. Ho relies, on his fary-o-r fear of conquest by European own Judgment, and not on that of nations. Tho oycr of Brlt - othora ue doe3 n0 nsj advlco, nor jaPBtcnilod thru India and Slnga-3i- does ho give it. He gives orders In lions Kong". The French came stead. Cochin, China. The Dutch! ns.-rTiHo Is a tremendous listener, too; iiaStslho Portuguese tool: tho Sbuth sits for interminable minutes at his jSias 5alatul3. Russia was stretching shabby desk listening and scrutinisSttwrwnjK Him Siberia to Manchurky. ing meanwhile with his tiSTjitax Jnpnn, saw -- that neighboring eyes the man who Is anxious t sell tcunastrles were passing ohe by ono to or please. . rftaacn domination It was Inevitable Herr Stlnnes, with his dark beard, d hair and 'tti.shn should feel apprehensive and pallid face, feelings of the people tho figure of n black-cla- d mtespai-nQi- : small dealscrap iron, gives er iu second-han- d iwtro 'OTorwnglily aroused. .arming was Necessary. you no Indication of strength by his realization of her peril pro- - utternesis. They are few and to tho AausCQy-'&irrbher Imagination, and point Hut ono can not be In his presxesttlwd upon taking drastic ence a minute without feeling that Hence atsSWJarli'ir there is a man of power and nerve from feudalism to and imagination. 13 Jt ships? He msfinansm. Such a step was knows all about'them for he controls, opulatlon In them to tho extent of many millions. the tsr'xilflst to he her only salvation. Is It mines? He is the greatest coal " army ..... ..w... .... ......... The reconstruction at our Hut W..irnni- - n llio pnnilnpnt. Tq It- mills. varai ZHvy inevitably followed. or papel.? ucre, too, ho is mas- during the fifteen years that ;'r. Is it dyeworKS or eieriuruy: wraa-oaldftSuwad the Hussian war that the He cMitrls. It it inks? H eith political BafiKrarlstic party grasped er owns them or rmlnates. Wher- and propagated among the you turn In Germany. Ir.i i any fCtias-jtle the necessity of territorial o the main aventru or the ! yways Iancnuria and Siberia. of finance, jdi n.unter t'i shadow for Japan the fall-'- b of tiiis slmngo : pn of mi' sw; , ottno Prussian militarism in the Is Also Politician. "UJir was a striking lesson, and Unlike Mr Hooley, however, Herr KKuine tjmo my people found Stinnfs keeps in touch witli other t "harden of expense for the army things besides mere company-makin- g ' irwoJ-iHB'- y to he intolerable. and tho development of German In "Disarmament is more urgently dustry. He is a politician as well, vImmiwl In Japan than In any oth- for he sits in the Itclchstag' as an M. . daxo-mrilry'She Is poor In natural P., and tho he has little faith in the Her transport Is not yet efficacy of parllmentary procedure, and houses arc scarce. Thes& ho retains his .seat: for you neror "sEmSs 3mve had a great effect on her know what may happen and how nec Kisfinal Jeelings. her imperlllstic essary; it may be, in the interest of amsr.2ia.Te In consequence been groat-- 140tho 140 companies.- - that their modified. chief should have a voice on the floor ..Populaco Peaceful. f tho House. ""Let me give you three pictures of Ho has another voles, too. a giganat tho present "time: tic, strident votco if he care3 to use 'First Several months iu advance it, in tho form of seventy newspapers uE the proposal by tho United States with enormous circulations. Imag.jjusTErnment to hold tha conference In ine the power of such a voice. Washington, Mr. Ozaki, loCjasticp. made a disarmament tour Neuralgia of the face, shoulder, K2unuial Japan and took a postcard hands, or feet requires a powerful Ninety percenL of the popula-fii- it remedy that will penetrate the flesh. vtffcv fieclared Itself In favor of Ballard's Snow Liniment' possesses that powor. Rubbed in where the v Tiia second picture is one that will nnl.1 la 1MVf fa W t ll fl t f2 Mww-- PSJirV tn nil . rf " OP I'll,, 101 fftl apr-a1tall American :and British r'eliovu suffering and reatore normal conditions. Price 30c, GOc nnd $1.20 :"ztn Japan- - wo .have conscription per bottle. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug : ai-'tm at the' age of twenty e,.ry boy- Company. V niv-iiresent himself for medical inVatesi with a view to undergoing tXmiUiKHS nno ttZiszs or acval training. 5IADF: SHOES FOK 02i s2 fZviT mothers worships al ths praying that her son may be Cambridge, Nov. 5. Miss ElizatTaatcil medically unfit lo Join the beth Mcllyar has a daybook which araiy. was, kept by her grandfather. Thomas W'V.en the 'Third picture operated a shoe ar very stroi.g tho Mellyar, who feeling was bootmakers' shop on the lot where and r all tho uulvi-vsltlcthcfainily residence stands. He c.uno wavKes in Toklo decided at a hero In 1812. that tho would not flfiht The book for 1S23, shows that 25 nation. Acttnst America or any other cents was charged, for soling a pair sansf wnr helped the capitalist tnd of shooyind 62 cents, for making nhf 'njKTfnlacturer alone, and all the a pair of fine sliois. In return for vix ul tho community tuffeied. c .such work payment consisted of 25 --It ailght woll bo h pounds of flour, valued at 5V cents; ispnndlnB 50 p&r con', of her 5 Vi navy U U 10U pounds of beef, va'.ued at 26 tho army and cents; ui pint of peach brandy, wdrth thorougli-i-t- r Ibwatifco Japan Is not us yot l2Vi cents and a gallon of whisky flwnocratlc and nover.wlll be un-i- il 37 V cents. SlFiH PAYORS Istantly I HEIRS WAR FQR SOUTH SEA ISLE of the "seventh generation" from tho a Prlncosi Unnckn, who rellnquUh'-throne f.ir love. MILLIONS IN GOLD Plnt'i Legal-Conte- Descendants Of Disinherited Princess After Fortune And Lands Arvada, Col., Nov. G. A vigorous legal battle for a port of the huge- estate which Includes tho cannibal Island of Ogau, ono of tho Flfl group, will be waged by Mrs. E. P. Nolle, of this village, beforo It pj 23 Into tho posiOMlou of Mrs. Louis Landrock, of Omaha, Nob., who, It Is claimed, has already left for tho South Sea island to establish her claim to tho estate. Tho estate, Burrounded by romance and handed down by Princo Wolfcrt Wobuert, of Hollnnd, nearly threo centuries ago, Is finding new claimants in various sections of tho country, and International complications 'may develop beforo an agreement Is roached that will result In a satisfactory and equitable dcstrlbutlon of which Is esthe legacy, tho value-otimated to exceed $10,000,000. In addition to tho money iiivolvcd tho title of "Queen of 4ho Cannibal IsU" hangs In tho balance, awaltlnr settlement of the vast estate. Clulin.s Equal Share. Mrs. Isolte, wlfo of a prosperous rancher here, declares that she has equal claims with Mrs. Landrock to tho Island, with Its great groves of cocoanut, pineapple nnd breadfruit pink palms, coral reefs gleaming along the shores, and plantations of sugar and rubber trees, all within the princely domain. A romance that shows princesses revolted at parental decrees long before tho days of tho modern suffra-gl- st Is responsible for tho contest that threatens now to break all records in the for claims and counter-claim- s annals of disputed inheritances. The story of the origin of the estato as related by Mrs. Nolle, tails how Prince Wolfert Wob-ber- t, angered because his daughter Anneka persisted In her love affair and married out of royalty, bequeathed her share of his island possession to tho "seventh generation of her descent." that was in 1GC4. Mrs. Landrock. who, with her husband. Is reported to have left her Omuha home and started for the Island of Ogau, despite rumors that cannibals inTest the South Sea Island, is said to be of the "seventh generaf wel-rttan- nl -- -- dark-visage- d, D deep-thinki- close-croppe- J. desm-MnaSy-j- g -- -- ,... "jour -- SAt -- Tj f 3 71 w A OI.D-T1M- ai.tl-"a"fic- s ron-fiEcr- B -- asd Ja--33- 'waaaen nit In addition to these credit items the book shows that coffee sold at "Ecnnomlc needs caused America 371: cents or about what.lt soils at wvjlII illsarmament conforonco at now. prob-hlu"WafiilnKton to htilve the Pacific bo discussed uiiu which should IIUKI.NKSS XAMK y tin nations 'of tho whole world, TllOTSKV POOH ropresont- t the working classes Declaring that "over slnco that fool in Europo started things," his nnmo had beeu connected with the 'Ctguiatn tho- bowels when they fall Ilussiau distutor in such a way that ad-- xscxtB properly. Herblne Is an his business, was nearly rulnod. BenttrfTritfreluowel regulator. It helps the jamin Trotsky of Passaic, N. J., a nrtffar-inaimu- ch aud restores a fine iiutchor, asked te courts to give him nnd buoyancy. pnother of strength fitiolins uanie. The Judg ngro'l 'TRnvu Cue. Sold by Olilo County ?.(l said that "Trotsky (3 a nanm no American should bo compelled to la ,. bor under." So Trotsky of New Jer-be- y Is now Travers, AiTKKMAN IiUSlNESS X.EADEH .. MANY INnUSTMKS & political franchise Is oxtend-n- l at t"vwnin. -- u, ru-ttl- - ru Berlin, "Nov'.-- 'jKtime "Go and see you seen Stlnnes?" are tne- words you hear con-- J 6. - CASTOR 'A Ohildren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S deal of soreness. 1 was pjjgj nervous and easily lip- Conceal Billies and Flv. According to the romantic story handed down frofn generation to gen Irregular bowel movements lead to TAKE o Spanish chronic constipation and a constipat- eratlon In this region, hunters, harrass'od by savage Ined habit fills, tho system with Impusecured rities. Herblne is a groat bowel dians, after the former had large quantities of gold and sliver by viregulator. It purifies tho system, In the talizes the blood and puts tho di- placing mining operations mountain streams, concealed their gestive organs lii flno vigorous conPoak dition. Prico' 60c. Sold by Qhlo riches in tho heart of Treasure and fled. m County Drug Co. Numerous unsuccessful attempts m have been made to locato the hidden Mrs. Johnson nnd 'gone away from Tonic now home leaving Mr. Johnson lamenting. fortune, but Leo and Barker leading to that the mine-shaOn arriving nt her destination she "1 licard of Cmlul and WTJ missed her gold brooch and sent n tho cache used by the Spaniards has Ey decided to use it," con- - Vrf- post card to her servant asking the been discovered. tinucs Mrs. Simpson. "1 JW a "At the bottom of this shaft. ' Leo girl to let her know If sho found any saw shortly it was bene- said, "we found a stone tablet which thing on tho dining room floor when filing me, so I kept It up guvo a complete description of the loweeping It next morning. Tho descripand it did wonders for Vvjj cation of tho treasure. The servant duly replied: "Dear mc. And since lhea I fe Madam You ask mo to let you know tion Is In Spanish and states that have been glad to praise tunnels and two walls must bo if I found "anything when sweeping ihreo Cardui. It is the best S dining room floor this morning. ptnrcad before the treasure Is found the woman's tonic made." fB J. It gives tho distance of each of the I Ucg to report that I found 30 Weak women need a 5 matches, thrco corks and a pack of tunnols nnd the thickness of the tonic. Thousands and B&M walls. In addition. It asserts that a cards." thousands, like Mrs. f&jjt descriptions Mrs. Johnson returned by tho next bottle containing further Simpson, have found fckj Chronicle-Telegrapof tho location, will he found at tho Pittsburg train. r t..!.ii. ...i:ii it.. base nf one of the walls. -0 m Try Cardui for your Uou-,.Itnri ill All. amount of "Tho tablet places tho $60,000 GIVEN FOR tho treasure secreted at 3. 316 bars. It gold STRAY CATS' RELIEF Uocs not say whether thoy arerepreor silver but we believe thoy valuable metals. DRUGGISTS Eccentric Woman Milken Weird Be sent both of these size of the bars is also given. The In Will. qiu-Leo con-4 "Because of a tinued, "tho treasure, according to New York', Nov. C. The cat world given in tho tnblet, will was agpg recently over the gift of the directions be two hundred ftct below the origi$60,000 obtained nt an auction sale of tion." which was given as home'stead in Suyten Duy-vi- l. nal location, Is also the Ewen Mrs. Jolto declares that she many feet under ground. Thus the dream of Misi Caroto tho original deposit made Tor "Tho tablet also mentions fcomc ded by Keoughan. line Ewen Is about to be realized and death-trapthem s In tho shaft and we are the conclusion Is written of as tangl-At Christmas 1922, Keoughan says X using- every -- precaution In digging ed and weird a story as tho records he will double his prizes of 1921. for tho treasure. We have already An claborato card system has been j of the Surrogate's Court can show. consuming found one of tlm tunnels, hut noth- dovlsed to porfect the arrangement Cynics scoffed at the j would Indicate passion of this queer old woman's life, ing was revealed that nnd scores of "newsies" are hustling; to the exact location of tho up tho savincs ncoounts esher desire to house stray cats and mentioned In tho to build provide them with every comfort. However, the bottle BRACE By JONATHAN tablished for them by tho oil man. description on tho tablct Is not mm During- her life she and her sisters XXXIILOREGON to be nt the base of tho wall nt established sanitariums for cats, con WAS tno but Is THE WAYRACK SCHOOUroCHE of tho first tunnel, ITS pnnlsli tributed to organizations that provide the end to be An educational report Issued by at the baso of tho wall for stray cats, thought of and lived believed who laid tunnel. Columbia university shows thnt at the end or tho second for cats. claim to the tho rapidly and chlldren or'one-hnl- f "We are-- progre.-sli'discovery of When sho died her will provided reaching school population of the United organi- expect to spend two months I'ucltlc that all but $500 be given to bur small the const. In zations opposed to vivisection aud to tho location mentioned inono tablet. States are being- educated In of tho buildings of tho one or two-roo1513 Ferrelo r sanitariums,, homes and societies for Wo aro confident that 'rraitimrMiTifan trM9TirPS 111 tllfi WOflll "deestrlct" type. Of this number .. posslldy sailed as far North as cats. Her two sisters, who Hgurea. ,, Is screened in Treasuro Peak, and the nbout 1,500,000 have some work to the Oregon boundary. In 15t ,.- .. .... Sir Francis Drake explored for finding of the tablet In tho shaft con- do. so that tho average daily attend-anct- ? tso Ewen because she hud married the Encland the coast considerably is only nbout 65 per cent of tho vinces us' that wo aro on the right north of this. Other Spaniards ? bogus Baron Otto von Koenltz, a Ger- tracft." enrollment, compared to' the1 averago man made further explorations and city attendance of 80 per cent. Tha v Despite this, Louise Ewen carried Captain Cook, the English naviFUIIMER -- ItED" PRISONHI BACK report also shows thnt gator, In 1783 landed at Nootka on the work of allovlatlng tho miscity school jear has 187 dnys while iu Sound and gave It Its name. eries of tho stray' cat. She too, was After months spent as a prisoner rural districts It 13 only 13T days. Spain nnd England Thus both known by the; children of the neigh- or tho bolsheviks in Itussla, Capt. A3 ono result of thfs condition Illiter laid claim to this region. borhood in which she lived as one The Atncrleun rights to this t Emmet Kilpatrlck of tho American acy is twlco as great In the coimjfi who would give all of ten cents for territory were based on me Tied Cross has returned to this coun- as In the city. each feline wanderer In the streets -of tho Columbia river In try. Soon after his arrest Kilpatrlck 1702 by Captain Robert Gray. I a source of profitable Income. If he would State or Ohio, City ot Toledo, was offered freedom who suilell from Boston in tno Later Louise died and sho left agree to Lucas County, ss. a "red" agent In tho I Frank J. Cheney makes oath that tta ship Columbia to open i.; fur most of her mpney to her sister, Eli On refusing he was Is ncnljur partner oi tha Ann- ot t J. Many American tur trade. he- - pets United States. Chtnuy &. zabeth, with n provision for business In. tho Cur kept In prison until reloused through ot Toledo, Co., ilolncand State atoreaiW. traders followed iind In lbll . County wills' were contested by John the American relief and that said nrm will pay the sum c John OKE HUNDRED DOLLARS for fcteh Ken, the nephew. Louise's will was tho iutluenco of the committee In Russia. He says tho und every easo ot Catauli tliut cannot l - t J upheld and the contest over Caro CATAttllll llslicd a settlement called Astorgovernment Is now very strong cured by tho Ueu oC 1IAL.V8 CUKNCY soviet MEDICINE. FRANK J. line's was.sottled out of court. In at the mouth of 'the Columbia. Hworn to before mo uad nuhfitrlUcJ la because "It doesn't caro whom It I tny prentnce, this Ctli dij-- of Dv'cemtier, Various personalities figured In tho The real opening of tho NorthD. IStA K1K. r losu "I'l'UKii "" ' A. Scal) !, A. W. GLEASON. I...... ...Ill west was the result of tho fam"' "iovlet regime aro cast Into prison. Hall's Catarrh MedklnaNotary Xubllo ous Lewis nnd Clark expedi......... Is tiiken .w L , IUJub.-ihr with "-- . nnd acts throiiRli the IlloJd oil tion. IIHlil "l""J " .1... l.......n I..,,, nn.l ntlinra Dm Kurfacts o( the System. Send JJy 1813 a decided flow of out trial. Justice is administered for testlmuntHl3. free. court to her because of her wealth K. .1. OHKNnV CO, emigrants from the East travunder revolutionary law" which, Mie Solil by all rirucKlMs,& lie Toledo, O. and eccentricities. elled over tho Oregon Trull from captain says, depends on tho vihtin Hall's Family Villa for constipation. Kansas City to the Columbia of tho Judge. PAPEU MADE 1'UO.M COTTON' river, und thus Into Oregon. Ttie r Claruiice, tfc footman called his trip over this route occupied master on tha telephone. "I regret to making papor NOVEL (TIIUIET I'LAX about three months nnd the setA how process for AIDS DENVER NEWSBOYS Inform you, air, that your house Is on tlers generally travelled In large from cotton "llnters" has boon perparlies to withstand any posthe, came tho voice over tho phone fected by Mercer Reynolds; a cap' sible attacks from Indians. Donvor, Nov, 5. A novel thrift "What a terrible misfortune. IluA italist and Inventor of Chattanogoa, American settlers beenme so Tm,. flntton llntorn nro tho hulls. Plan lor me uenoni oi uenver now my wlfo is she sate?" queried Ms numerous that the United Stutes ' urn ,tinn tiPkini? tn thorn, boys has heen evolved by Stdnoy uinster. k uctlvely laid clulni to tills reMQUosafo, Hlr; aho got'out among 'left ufter tho oil has been extracted. Keoughnn. local oil magnate, who gion. Spain had been forced to announces that he will give 800 odd tho. first." withdraw any rights sho may and they have no commercial value. ' 16 years of age Jiavo had when Florida was rnni,i - hn smithom Cot - "neivBtea" undernpenlng n savings acu "And my duughtors aro they all tt o. wcj-tiu right?" ceded In 1810. This left Engpaper "head start" by ton Pnper Co., to manufacture land and America quarrelling count for thum In a local bank. "Ali right sir; they wore with their new process. by the over thlH section of the country. At Christmas, this year, Keoughan mothor." -- 'with deflnlto Final settlement, "And what nbout my mothor-ln-law?- " Doctor I have made a wonderful will add amounts to the accounts of boundaries between tho United ' . medicine I can boys us follows: . discovery. With this States and Canada, was made Twenty dollars to each of the five "Thnt Is what I wanted to speak in 1810. turn old men into young. The Oregon territory was caller Why don't you try It on ( boys making, the heat record for ndd- - to you about, Blr. Your mothor-in-la,nK ' tno original account; $15 each Is usloep on tho third floor and formed In 1818 and tho State of yourself?" Oregon was taken Into the UnTi. HM ....i .Ia.Iav tn Ihn nrYt t flvn! Sin anrh In IIia knowing your regitrd for hor com- ion In 1650 with an area of 00 5 each to tho next five fort, I wasn't sure whether I ought A doctor spendEh nlf his life trying to noxt flvo; COO squaro miles. to ooys wno navu to uisturu ner or not, Sir. enough to bo regarded, as unu ivu look old n'S" by UcClurt Ntwaptptr Sjrndlcit.) taken hdvontnge of his offer and ad- - nam, -. highly reaonslble and experienced. Cor tho millions left by Princo uert. Wob- SI.,Ashcvllle,N.C. "I it." hoard of gold and silver estimated to finally got lo the place Threads of descent fpm Prlnccis upward of $30,000,000. where it wa3 an effort for Anneka have been followed with great be valued at mctogo. I would have William Barker and Charles Lee, gigantic persistence because of tho Colorado, bollevo bearing-dow- n pains In prize that wi.l fall to the "seventh both of Lako City long-lomine cs- my side and back War that they have discovered a generation." Tho World Mti11vav,r;t nrmea mr shaft thnt will lead to tho unearthing upset even Holland postponed some hidden by n HkH back, and down In tny of tho legal flreworki that will be of an enormous trcasuro side there was a great band of Spaniards several centuries contest displayed In tho st When Mrs. Nolle lenrnod that Mrs. Landrock was leaving tho , United Ktrttos for Ogau to claim tho estate alio announced her Intention of Immediately beginning a legal contest for tho fortune. "By what right does she go to tnko possession of this Island whoa tlioro nro others who aro aflo of the generation from tho Dutch princess?" Mrs, Nolto demanded. "I do not understand how Mrs. Landrock, of' all of us, Is 'to bo the only ono to receive a share of this estato," Mrs. Nolle said. "I m of the 'seventh generation' and can prove ifv-on- ih Old Mine lo Scene f&SSMSSR Why Shaft Spaniards Of bSS isffer? y pectation and AND SILVER SOUGHT of Much ExHope. , veiitablo "Captain Kldd" treasure as resitheir objective, two dents of tho "San Juan country" hate started operations near Treasure Peak, in tho Snn Junn mountain miles northeast rango, thirty-fiv- e of this city, In an effort to locato n old-tim- Durango, Col., No. 5. e With n Cardui "Did Wonders for Mc," Declares This Lady. "I Buflcrcd for a long time witli womanly weakness," says Mrs. J. 1 Simpson, of 57 Spruce m m many-side- d rtt1 kPj ngo. for-tun- H be-Icl- The Woman's ft goa fU $10,-000,0- 00 h. !5' fM rock-slide- ," H 2 5 gBHl -- -- -- -- - The Story of Our States I sup-po?- - g .... ffi.. -.-..-- - S"lTLZl r:i" u. ,' Tla4n "w "'... ,,,., ..... lal n,,l,l Miu-mi- s . I w i,.. ;. hf-fl- , ISA u mm wi'T "" IIHWI" Asserts France will show hand Briand Say$. Nation Ready To Outline Stand On Land Forces. On Hoard tho SloaniRMp Lafayette, Nov. 5. Tho French government Is to deal not only with the Taclflc question, nnd nnvnl armao ments but to exposo In n moat manner tho .considerations which requlro Frnnco to mnlntnln sufficient forces for her security. to'This attitude was day !) Premier Briand, 'head of the French delegation to the Washington conference on limitation of armaments nnd Far Eastern probloms, which Is now on tho way to particicom-pUt- prepared pate can government, ho said today, may have been to deal with Pacific questions that Is, to come to n clear understanding over tho polltlcal.aspects of tho Pacific probloms and, when these wuro satisfactorily defined, to arrive at a corresponding formula for tho limitation of naval armaments. But with regard to tho American jjovernmcnfs later suggestion that nd armaments bo Included on tho agenda, tho French premier added that It must bo remombored "that In order to nrrlvo at a solution of that question the political problems of Europe, which decides tho strength of military establishments, must also be examined ntontlvcly." Tho members fo the French dele occasion! tion, be said, would ns order to present every fact In nvoso glvo a complete- - presentation of the that gathering. Tho primary purposo of tho In Ameri- great, Steel Corporation, 8evcrai companies were in Intense rivalry for tho market, each with Its cxponslvo organizations for defenso nnd expansion, when Air. J. P. Morgan Invited tho heads of these companies to meet him. He said', in effect: "You all deslro to produce on a great scale and to mako largo diviI will show you n plan dends. whoroby you mny Increase your production, lower your costs, reduce your prices to tho public and yet make great dividends." Mr Morgan lndlcntcd that by each Of tho companies accepting tho principles of association that Is, nn association for for a community of Interests, the things he suggested woro possible, nnd they were ultimately realized. -I should llko to assist In finding a farm of cooperation among tho great powers who will attend the conference) at Washington, n that will romovo rivalries and yet satisfy more fully thnn now nil their Ideas of na1 think It can bo tional Interests. done, and I am grateful to tho United Stales governmont for hnvlng undertaken to call us together to nsslst In accomplishing It. Personally, I look forward to what,I know will be an ntorestlng experience In meeting your statesmen And In finding out for myself something from tho United Stutos." , a Htop coughing! you rack tho lungs nnd worry the body. Daltard's llore-houn- d Syrup checks irrigation, heals the lungs nnd restores comfortablo broalhlng. I'rico 30c, COc and $1.20 per bottle. Hold by Ohio County Drug CO. m . TO TAKE ARMY - lotto Is tho American secretary of the Ithodcs scholarship trust. This Means You. When you get up with a bad taste In your mouth, a dull tired 'feeling, ro relish for food nnd aro constipat ed ,you may know that, you newl a OUT OF POLITICS Mexican Government Plans To Dismiss All Offenders Of New Rule Mexico CAST0R1 For Infants nnd Childranf. sis IHM IT SEEMED LIKE I COULDN'T LIVE Kill-pris- Hit Ilccovrry After Three Yours Of Suffering Whs Great Can't Praise elt nougli. situation. Has Pacific Intel csl. . i M. Briand romarkcd that Franco "Tanlac went right after my trouon had a groat possession bordering bles at once, and now after taking ' the Pacific. only three bottles I am a well woOur magnlflclent colony of Indo- man," said Mrs. Maud H. Miller, 641 of prosperity. china." ho said, "is full coast Dempster St., New South Memphis, Its coast lino Is ns long as tho Tonn. to Seattlo. If lino from San Diego "About three years ago I began exdrawn in n straight line, It would stomach trouble Chicago to New suffering from tend ns far ns from which continued to 'grow woreo until nrlpans." at times it seemed like I could not Jjcsldes, ho sajd, Franco hod hor, live. I had Indigestion so bad I coTbnles on the mainland 01 aiu, Caledonia, with couldn't cat a hlr.gio thing without Its Inlands. New Pinea hurting me and my llyer was very inits dependencies, tho Islo of tho Islamic, active. After every ineal I would Loyalty Islands. Chesterfield I In the bloat up with' gas until could hardly more than one. hundred Islands breathe, and my heart acted so queer- tho Marquesas In Soty group and cmphnslzid that ly thaj I was actually .frightened. I He Archlpellgos. on was extremely nervous and It was every aspect of tho Pacific quest for movto get a good night's which was of deep IntoroU for France, I felt tired and worn out and Sleep. even was developing her colonies was badly constipated. yet recovered from tho had not "Some of my friends and relatives to her north nnnrmous Injuries done had taken Tanlac with such fine, rewar. ern departments during the sults I decided to try It myself, arid uh-h- u Tho Pacific problem, as m. varying my Improvement was a great surunderstands it, Includes tho prise to mo. I now havo n splendid conceptions of interests among the appetite, and eat Just anything I In great powers who have possessions coun- uant and never havo a sign of indithat part ot tbo world or whose said gestion. My liver Is active, my nerves tries border on that ocean. He in that In flno shapo, I sleep well and havo tho purpose of tho conferenco regained my strength so that I can respect was to find a conception largo do my housework With greater ease enough to include tho Interests of nil than In years." find a tho nations concerned, and to Tanlac is sold lii Hartford by Dr. would be acceptable definition that 'leading' drug for L. n. Uean and by all as a permanent principle of policy Advertisement. gists everywhere. th-ah- from tho service, according 10 rnnounccment from '.he War DepL.tmcnt. A study of political rontli' 011s hrcughou Mexico has been made and a list hat been prepaid ot orncor lii nt'c leen mlxln ' li p lltlcs. T'toin nr 10 loso the) commissions If they per .. 11 ijlvlug 'hel support '.n aspirants lo office. This warning will probably draw nearly all of tho offending officers from political contests ns commissions aro not ns easy to get as they Many ofu'ero a year or so ngo. ficers hnve been retired to civil life and others aro id follow and there aro few who wish to give up military life and the connection it gives with tho government payroll. Include All Hunks. Privates who meddle In politics will also be discharged from tLo army. It is believed that withdrawal of military men from all part in po h litical contests will huvo a ing good effect. In tho past ono of tho chief causes of complaint was that soldiers could be moved about in such n way as to decido elections, 'and this complaint, It .is admitted, " was often true. Another danger was the unwillingness of military men to accept defeat at the poll-- . If worsted at the ballot, their tendency was to try the sword. That is why there havo been numbers ot nrmer struggles between factions In tho states. General Cnftro, who is accused of lotting to tako armed possession ot the government of the state of Mexico, was supported by urmy officers who were favorable to hlm but tho conspiracy was defeated becauso thero was a more vigilant and vigor- ous sroun back ot General Gome, who nnd (letcated General uastro at tno polls at tho election nt which both were candidates for governor ot the bo dismissed far-reac- Cltjl Mcx., Nov. C. officers who refuio to obey the order ; ot Gen. Enrique Estrada, secretary VILLA TELLS OlIKEGON ot war, to keep out of politics Will THAT HE IS doso of Chamborlaln's Tablets. They not only causo an ngrccablo movement of tho bowcJfl, but clcanso nnd Invigorate tho stomach and lmprovo Army tho digestion. tn LOYAL m 1 iS ;ator ALCOIIOL-- 3 Mothers Genuine J Mm M: Castons W Ml l J v- PCn CENT. , 1 Mexico City, Nov. 5 "Gen." Francisco VIII has sent his brother, Hlpolito Villa, nnd Col, Jesus Trillo Villa's chief ot staf when ho was In tho field with hto rebel band, to as- suro President Obregon that thero Is no revolutionary movement thought of at Villa's hacienda, Canutillo in tho stnto of Durango. Theso envoys were received by General Obregon at tho National Palaco. They assured him that Villa and tho men at Canutillo were loyal to tho present government. Villa, who was recently very Insistent that the Mexican government give him money with which to pay ris bodyguard and other old folldw-er- s. has apparently been appeased His urgent deiiiind to op ui en expre3i"i: hero. Indicates thi: he Jh not making a success of his 200,000-acr- e farm. simi(nlin'41hcroi tflhcStomachsandBcwclstfj Aecc aurcin-jiuiuu""'- Always til Thnmtiv Promoting Cheerfulness ana iresw""0" nether nniiim.Momhlnc nor KPflrR UU.W WU1.M t.ho Digestion iSiVnfl.fvnrA 1 1 fv B A t1 - & Kft mm MS !?5S SEosw fi Mineral. Not Narcotic 1 jhcptcfowrsivszuncm JiotklMUU i 1 ui fi cSfeAHJ ft If n s S.ig CltnMSr JiTiftijTMifitr'f AhdpfulRcmcdyfof Gonslipauonanuuiu...---ftn- him Ska d ft J. iRft'Sa? I f t. !S3 rm rcAxrishncss T.nsSOi-OH- I resalUncfffroraSli?' p,.5Ji C'.C; 56! L- - FaVsiroJiTsiinatoreoC ( jr ui m For OVar Ye - I'SC"1- - :J5!tS, sS55 sfLvi KEWjun -- Thirty m mm, - m CHICAGO CONFERS DEGREE " ' O.V EOCII state. Few successful politicians In Mexico are without military records. Nearly every governor of a state Is a general and almost all holders of high governmental positions have had that military dignity. Each of these 'generals, or has some sort of following in the army. The withdrawal from political activity of tho soldiery will compel these distinguished military men to look solely to civilians for futuro political honors. The proposed n,ew election laws will still Xurther remove the army from politics, as they will be, according to plans, similar to tho election laws ot the United 'States. It is "predicted that under the new system there will bo fewer generals holding high elective and offices. ". Chicago, Nov 5. Hnlled by cheering thousands, recipient of the city's official uelcomo and an honorary de cree from tho University ot Chicago, Ferdinand Foch, Marshal of Franco and Genoraltssimo of the Allied armies, held the center of attention here throughout a day of ceremony todnv Tho allied leader was greeted by a 3alute of nineteen guns dn his arrival, and was escorted by trops to Grant Park where Mayor William Thompson and Governor Lbn Small extended tho official welcome of the city and the State. At the University of Chicago, the commander was met by University former service men and received in solemn,convocation, the honorary de gree of Doctor o& Laws. President ii m a iwvrl; Ef w w.riiit 1 Vnil1uwur,Ul&iacrll. of mgmmmmm bmmm,,MMUMm a mmt a, m r pjjc nn satiHiHiu : USZ3 5. 3A wi h m Exact Copy Wrapper. nK ntub w Ntv. von er-- r B&ivx&vf, ypawMjHBJHBinffiHiitffffiBjiH The Hartford Republican has made a spedsaJ clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly CommercraS Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for cos year for the low price of - iVf- - M Judson, In tho diploma, hailed the Marshal as tho "greatest leader of men In the world's greatest conflict, professor of strategy and tact, and ono of two Frencamen whose names will always r b Lo ch?ivi,hed In the annals ic, I.a'ayetto and Foch." A military parade wound thrnign the loop at luoii, after wliich Mi) Murihal was yhrn opportunity to iv.t before" thp tcremony ot placing a wreath on I.ir,'." r.'s status this ot-oure-tu- Harry Pratt CJIJl ' -- . ' The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hopetQ-recem many new subscribers on this oner. One dollar ausa seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send s your subscription now. Don't delay. s J m I - WEAK BLOOD IS A CASTOR I A For Infants and .Children REAL BARRIER dug under i pig pen. Entrance iwaty made through a two-foo-t, hold ltSASu was covered, with leaves, . dirt. A large quantity of ItqtsrjrTvAc? ; confiscated and Thomas, was seefi In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of each ot them. ' Growing Children Often Need Glide's Pepto-Manga- "What's the most attractiw: of fa'rm llfo?" asked. tEa flc-tu- ro oct$j.-dwell- er. Surgeons agree that in cases "of to "goes to Washington with a deslro nits, burns, bruises and wounds, tho A Good Cough Mcdlcluo for Children assist wholeheartedly In finding this first treatment is most important. Mrs. J. W. Phillips, Kedon, Ga., It Is When an efficient antiseptic Is reuuless conception; because phoned to J. M. Floyd, tho merchant disturbfound, hopes aro likely to bo plied promptly, there Is no danger of there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's ed by tho recurrence ot controversies Infection and, tho wound begins to cough Remedy nd said she had and differences ot Views susceptible 0 heal at once. For uso on man or bought a bottle of It at his store re loading to grave conflicts. beast, Uorozono is tho Idoal antisep cently und that It was doing her chil tic and healing agent. Duy It now dren so much good that she wanted Interests With United States said tho roniler, and bo roady for an emergency. to keep up tho treatment. Vou will 1 It wa3 evident, tVat unless this common understnnd-Jn- g Price 30c, COc, and $1.20. Sold by find nothing better for coughs and m colds tn Ohio County Drug Co. could bo foundno country children or for yourself. It would bo Willing to limit Its keeps tho cough loose, expectoration Uo MOST POWERFUL WIRELESS easy und soon frees the system from means of protection on tho soa. said Fratico had identical trado InV m STATION IN WOULD OPENS the cold. terests with thoso .of tho United HOPING FOR ANOTHER WAR fkatos, nnd a need for marlno secuWashington, Nov. 5. Tho hope of rities Tht French government, he tho American people "that poaco Perkins, at the club, was talking to added, desires Its delegates to dis- which blesses our own land may cuss with the utmost frankness ovory presently bocomo tho fortune of all n World War veteran;- e, "Yes, sir, I tried and tried to get question which "cornea up in tho lands and peoples" was expressed In Including questions that may n message by President Warren G. acrobs," tho veteran, related. "But concorn either tho Pacific or tho re- Harding broadcasted to tho world to- when the armistice was signed I was lations of Fr.ice In Europe. day by Itudlo Central, tho most pow- still at Camp Dodge. Eighteen months "I want to avoid the reiteration of erful wireless stutlou in the world, In the army, nnd never got out of "as tlo old fibroses," ho declared, signi which was opened formally on Long camp. Ot course, it I had gotten into tho thing on tho jump I might well ns tho placing of too much Island. have gotton across. When I got out I upon past relationships. Hut ficance - Constipation, sworo that when we had another war wo know in Franco, as you think you I would jump in the first week and In America, that no rivalries know Most laxatives and cathartics af realhy see some of the fun. Hut" now or real differences of opinion could nrlso between our people In tho fu- ford only tempotcry relict and Bhould I'm marrld and deep lu business ture any more than they have in tho bo used only for that purpose. When carjs so " relief tako , "No I'd go tho first day Instead past, and that tho two nations can you want pormanont week." Kansas City work together for the future. Wo Chamberlain's Tablets nnd b care- of tho,"tlrst in so leaving, ful to observe tho directions with Star. need your -Theso tnblets not our special problems, nnd wo accept- each package. NEW COLLEGE SYSTEM; ed Immediately tho invitation of your only niovo the, bowels, but Imrovo the URGES. take, part In tho coun- nppetlto nnd strengthen the digesgovernment tp As a moans of olovating tho acam cil to deal with the probloms in which tion. 4 demic standard in Amorlcan colleges paramount interest. you havo n Frank Aydelotte, now president' ot AT THE BOARDING-HOL'S"If I havo alludod to -r Swarthmoro college, suggests that bo largo ouough-t- o thfr. would the Asiatic, American and Eu- Landlady Hood gracious!"! found tho brilliant students bo eeparatod ropean Interests for their maximum threo big rats In the pantry, how from thoso in tho mediocre class. I'gefrld of them? Such a system wll, produce better good, I do not consider this nt all Im In tho world Grouchy Boardcr"-Clo- so. tho door students, he declares and It Is being having In mind tho descrlp possible, adopte.d In many of tho mora advancHon by' ono of my American callers ,011 'em nnd lot 'eiu btirve to death. ed colleges In America. Mr. Ayde- origin of the United States'ashvlllo Tenaesseau. IH'tba con-corn- ed con-erenc- "The French delegation" said no m fc n CORNELL 1LS NEW HEAD Amid impressive ceremonies, Dr. Livingstone Farrand, for two years chairman ot Ntho American Red Cross and formerly president of Colorado university, was inaugurated president of Cornell university at the opening of the school year. It was announced that tho benefactor who gavo the university $1,500',0Q,0 for a new laboratory was G. F. Baker of New York. -- - Japanese "boy" came to tho home of a minister in Los Angeles recently and applied for a position. Now it happened that the household was already well supplied with servants so the minister's wife said, "I am Borry, but wo really haven't enough work to keep another boy A busy." po- "Madam," said tho. Oriental lltely, "I am sure that you must have You may not know what a llttlo bit of York it takes to keep :u3 employ- 31I." Christian Register. 1IOSTO.Y GOVERNMENT COSTLY ' K -- do According to tho National Security League, tho per capita cost of government in Boston of $36.00 Is the highest ot this country's 10 largest $.16.96 is cities. Baltimore with lowest. The cost in tho other eight cities is: Pittsburg $29.81 ;'Los Ange-lo- s $26.62; Philadelphia $24. G5; St. Louis $23.37; Chicago, $22.52; De. trolt $21.13; and' Cleveland $20.96. . ' "Sonator Smugg Is terribly hideJ bound, Isn't he?" "He was until the newspapers ripped him up the back." Kansas City Star Th playwright made a grateCabg bow and answered: "In that "Yes" said tho specialist, as he madam, wo are gaing'to sail cnnftCpr stood at the bedside " ot the sick 100,000,000 tlckctB." man, "I can euro you." Rosj They say that radltoee 3fe "What will it cost?" asked the sick constantly giving off particles etttt-sel- f, man, faintly. yet it never gets any less;. "NInety-tlv- o dollars" Budd That's tho kind Qtr"iAsC "You'll have to shade your price a llttlo," replied tho patient. "1 have a they ought to make money aC better bid from tho undertaker." Arou't you going to Invito. Kress. Success. Blank to your dinner party? "Certainly not; I entertalirrttUaic-onc- e STILL UNDER PIG PEN before and sho never rccupm every foot of ed." London Opinion. After searching ' ground on tho farm of Joss Thomas Dingus Back in thi cttyagjilnJrX of Concord, N. C, for a still which thty knew was somewhere on tljo thought you were a farmer. Paymore tho place, prohibition of fleers located It in a room about eight feet square nilbtalu! that I did. Some children grow too quickly It saps their strength. - They lapse Into careless desultory habits, or deTheir velop a shrinking attitude. faces look pinched. Tho blood becomes overtaxed by top rapid growth; and poisons from tho system take tho plaee of strength-givin- g red corpuscles in the bload. Red corpuscles aro those little red. particles that swim in blood and glvo It Its color. Gradually that ..child loses interest in its play. Poor blood needs the building that n the iron in Gudo's "Gude's gives to weakened blopd. n enriches tho blood by increasing the number of red corpuscles, and restores tho blood by driving ou' the poisons. When the revived blood gets to work, the appetite what a growing child's should be Your druggUt has Gude's Popto-MangIn liquid or tablet form. The Is on naine "Gude's every package.- - Advertisement. Pepto-MangaPepto-Mangaes an Pepto-Manga- "Knocking off work on StierS- -' and going to town In the IHwBKir"" said the truthful agriculturist! SBv mingham Age-Heral- d. "Would you advise me to, tora&n&r my health?" . "No," replied thedoctor. "ALaam. wants to be In first-claplijsteil condition before he takes on UteiK'-ri- ps ot travel nowadadys. TbfeB&c-posif- or. ss Willis What makes you tftiisSi.at-Ieasier for a rich man to laewl lw society than for an immigrant ta'terij" in America? Hu-er- acy Glllis In the former case-tiltest isn't as strict. Lite. s t' ; visit to Harding attended the first: purtoau ance of a new play. At tho cni. cr tho play the young playwright presented to her and she snidi: "IS lko your comedy very much. and I shall send all my f rlcnda tfi3&r On a recent lnaw. it." nt. You-mado- 1 rx. The JLMITI'-OIU- Harlford ) Republican COMPANY tho.throat, nnd Immediately sccuro the services or a physician, it is urged that not less than 10,000 units In DEMOCRATS CAPTURE I, HOUSE AND SENATE m I . ' Jlepublicandown to 200 Democratic, Republicans and forty- had fifty-fiv- e Muhlcnburg Democratic and Logan DIG BARGAINS SATURDAY I fivn TloninprnrO AT WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S County Republican, compose a trio of This year, Kentucky will hnv? its freaks not heretofore unearthed In first woman legislator, returns in.2oc dicated, Mrs Mary E. Flanery, Demo Ihcso parts, at least politically Table Peaches Superior Kraut 15c crat, Cattlettsburg, having defeated spiaking, Shop Peg Corn ; 10c Don Vose, Republican In Boyd counr J Tho election just behind us did not Country Qentloman Corn l"r ly, a normally Republican district. 1.1c Kink Salmon - result exactly as, wo would have had .. 7c CHRISTIAN MEETING to us for decision, but to Navy Beans It, ft the volcu of tho majority as express- Navy Beans, per lb ..;.,. AT LOCAL CHURCH TJjjc ed by ballot, or otherwise, wo not on-J- y Pinto Beans l)c humbly but can In truth say we Lima Beans ...,...-'-; A series of Interesting meetings, -- 7c conducted by the pastor, cheerfully, If not gleefully, submit. Arbuckle Coffee Mr. Wil7udgo Slack, Mr. Smith and Mr. Bnr-- Good loose Coffee 17J liam Savage, is. in progress nt the He Hartford Christian church. Tho ser v , rass were and are, If wo may bo par- - 1 lb, Argo Starch SMc vices were commenced Monday night Kloncd, our personal friends--. By this 3 lb. "Argo Starch . : -. . . l()c and according tie, in addition to that of party and 3 lb. Argo Starch .. r to present plans are , politics we were bound. Naturally, Good Prunes 12ijc to be closed evening. from our viewpoint their defeat was WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. The services are held dally, at 7 consequently made a bit more re- om o'clock each evening. Mrs. Savage, grctable. Judge Slack has been test PUBLIC SALE wife of tho Pastor, Is choir leader ed and his ability and willingness to and her work Is enjoyed by all, her fearlessly and fairly perform the duOn Saturday November 5, 1921, at solos being especially npprecfated. ties of the office of circuit Judge Is about 2 o'clock p. m. I will offer for 'without question. Mr. Smith like sale at Baltimore tho following deScientist, glnnclng toward tho sky Judge Slack, has gone through all of scribed household goods all in first Meteorological observations, I in tho ordeals and six years of service class condition: Wash stand, dres- fer from those aggregations of cumu tlvos and friends. BARNETTS CREEK as Commonwealths Atornoy in this ser, sideboard, three beds, dishes, lus, betoken precipitation! Mr. Jennie White nnd family, STRAY STREAKS A largo crowd attended tho fun-ordistrict bring3 on many that have table, library and Sllvertone electro you mean, boss, it's gpln to "Does spent Sunday with Mrs. White's fathor Mrs. Alrabello Brooks at been heaped upon him, and thus far with eighty records, two stoves. rain?" Farm and Home. (By Fluko McFluke.) er, Mr. Wiley Cook. crock Tuesday, Nov. 8. Itev IStlpd ho has escaped with the least adverse Terms cash. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Sandetur of R. E. Fuq.ua conducted tho services, Eyes tested and frames fitted by C. W. MOORMAN, criticism, perhaps of all those who Well! we are home again and Cromwell, are the proud parents of after which tho ladles clrclo took Hartford, outo 2. the latest method. Wo havo a life have served before him, and words rfharge. Many flornl tributes wero , certificate .from tho Stato Board of whether the folks want to see us or another baby girl. of just commendation are heard upon every hand. Tho previous experience Health which authorizes .us to test not, wo are glad to be, as dude PetDISCRETION. Miss Mao Sandefur visited wltrrher offered by friends of tho deceased. your eyes. Get your glasses now for ty would say, right around here all sister, Connie Lench, Sunday. Mr. Molvln Bartlott Is conducting of Mr. Barrass, with his well known the time. ability, both natural and acquired, "Prisoner at the bar," said the your winter rending. Miss Erthle Davis visited with her n singing nt Union Grove. J. B. TAPPAN, Optometrist, added to his industry, abundantly Judge, "will you have trial by judge Protractc.d meeting closed Saturcousin, Miss Veltna Leach, Sunday. ' We are in the market for, not a Hartford, Ky. day night at Bells Run with four equip him for performance of the du- or jury?" A successful meeting, wnlch had good bulldog, but a snarling, vicious, "By jury, your honor," said, the candidates for baptism. ties In an exacting manner, of tho churn-heade- d STAINS sort of a dorg that will been In session .at Mt. Pleasant position to which ho aspired. But in defendant. "I'll take no chance on Mr. Archlo Moseley and family vis church, closed Sunday night. Stains on knifo blades can be ro bite 'em a comln' nnd a gwln. each case, fate, or tho will of the you!" ited Mr. Clcoro Wnde and wife SatMr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bnlifi nnd urday voters, decreed that others should "What!" roared the judge. "Do you moved by rubbing with raw potato and Sunday. llttlo daughter", Dorothy Dalton, "of This will also kill the scent of on BUI Himes, the new coroner-elec- t, " Judge-slee- t, mean to say that I would serve instead Mr. J. B. Dodson has his now houso The Circuit Mr. George Wilson, we barely "I don't mean t say nothing" said ions on a knife which has been used says he's going to put Lem Into the Broadway, and Mr. R.'. P. Sorrels of almost comploted. dry well down at the light plant nnd Beaver Dam, visited with Mr. and Icnow, having met him only once and the prisoner, stoutly, A scries of meetings'., closed last "but I ain't for cutting onions. m practice at holding Inquests about Mrs. Norval Leach this week. Wednesday night nt Union Grove. then in his company but a few mo- takin' no chances. I done some ASSESSMENT NOTICE Don't forgot we "have a new preach- Large crowds wero generally in atthree nights In each week from now ments. We have never met Mr. Ca-r- plumbin 'workj for you last winter!" Only a few th'.ig days now In which until January the first. er at the local church, Rev. Rlggs. tendance and good order prevailed exRichmond Dispatch. and with Mr. Ranney we have to comply with the law requiring you Next appointment will be the third cepting Tuesday night, when two lap only a speaking acquaintance. While o Ale youj assessment list with the The fellow who has a big night Saturday night nnd Sunday. Come, robes nnd ono side curtain to a bugLIBERTY BOND PRICES these three men as above stated, county tax commissioner. you are sure to like him. Please at- mt, over soused .with this modern-da- y gy wero stolen. our three personal and much white mule, usually awakens the appreciated friends, we take It, that Liberty 3 s 95.10 tend to this matter nt once. Yours respectfully, morning after wlfh something like a 94.76 each is endowed with ample ability, Liberty First 4s ...-.'- . D. E. WARD, Tax Com'r. Ohio Co. power desire for Volstead 94. 62 in fact wo believe and have full con- Liberty Secon 4s enforcement. fidence that each is endowed with Liberty First Us ......94.58 i GENEROUS BOY. ample ability, In fact wo believe and Liberty Second 4 Ma .9444 96.2"o r After taking my best girl to din-no- r, John Bell and that other fellow J. 4 Us Jiave'full confidence that each is Liberty Third theater, supper and a ta'xl V. Hagerman, the millers, got our equipped with all of the necessary Liberty Fourth 4 i s 94.63 homo, should I kiss her good night?" nannlo some days ago. They had an Victory 3 s 99.70 qualifications mental, physical and No, you did enough for her. advertisement in their window which .... 99.64 of honor, to justly perform tho many Victory i read about as follows: Rye for sale, duties of tho offices to which they Jiavo been chosen, regardless of whom TOY BALLOON CAUSES THIS LAMP SHOWS "BRAINS" also grass seed. Wo went In and LITTLE GIRL'S DEATH axed the one who has tho rattling "service Is to be-- rendered. They are, Stay Lighted for One Minute After name to fix us up a gallon of rye and or will be, our officials. Wo acknowla half pint of just any sort of grass (Owensboro Messenger) Ono Turns the. Electric edge our weakness and to our full Seed, thinking maybe wo had to buy Switch, Within fifteen minutes after a nib may be, wo capacity, limited tho It aomo grass .seed to get tho rye. John extend our best wishes to each of the ber balloon with which sho was playNew York. A light that stays light- says wo didn't havo to tako anything lug had lodged in her throat Winnie three victors and promise horo and ed after it Is turned out Is Ono of now, that by whatover of power wo Alice Davis, six, year old daughter of electricity's most recent developments with tho rye If we didn't want to, says so much the better. He an ay possess to uphold them, to ren- Mr. and Mrs. Calllo C. Davles, 410 that Is shown for the first time at the and wo started to measure up stm rye, but der aid to tho limit and perform our West Eleventh street, was dead. Tho electricul shov at the Sevcuty-flrs- t It wasn't what wo thought i: wus. ' duty as a good citizen always, as we death resulted from strangulation, regiment armory Thoso doggou fellows had left the despite the' efforts of three physiThe light stays on for ono minute are given light so to do. cians, Drs. Burr, Rash and Walker after one turns the switch. That brief word "seed" off tho front end of rye. to extract tho rubber from tho throat. Illumination gives nmplo opportunity, STATE BOARD ISSUES Lem, or somebody, whoever held They made an Incision in the child's It Is argued, to leave tho cellar withDIPHTHERIA WARNING out barking your thing or do any forth at tho light plant night before ' throat, but, their old Was too late. Tho child was playing with her number of things that darkness makes last, went to sleep on tho Job. I nearly I Whereas, diphthoria, a highly In- brothers and sister in tho house .hazardous. know he did, 'causo wo worked at tho ' Pulling a switch establishes a con- offico fectious disease, especially dangerous when tho tragic accident occurred. until ,3 minutes before mid-- ! to children, is reported as prevalent Her mother immediately summoned tact which keeps tho light burning night when wo got up and hustled period, in almost every section of tho Stato; tho physicians but nothing could be for n brief nets, Thep a thermostattho circuit In broken for homo, and It was seven minutes ic control and, done to save the child. automatically and the light goes out past low twelve as wo were slipping Whereas, the prompt administrathe last sock off ns the julco went The funoral will probably be held Meantime you are on your way. tion of antitoxin early enough in Friday. Mr. Davis was formerly an dead. So wo reckon the watchman ' 9 ach case gives prompt and practi- employ.ee of tho city, but now works Most Gold From Alapka. was asleep or olge, tho lights would cally certain relief: Dawson, Alaska, Alaska yielded havo been jerked promptly at a dozfor tho American Railway express tho State company. the greatest amount of gold In the en. Coronr Bill Hlnies Is liable to .NOW, THEREFORE StntlRtlcs Yukon valley this year. Board of Health, acting within au. ball somebody out if be sqes this made public recently by Superintenthority conferred upon it by law, IIARGAINS IN HOOKS! give-awaso keep mum. j ot the northern comTJieroby requests parents and others Wo havo several hundred books of dent Richard In Alnskn, mercial posts showed that 1JALD KNOI1, .having chargo of children to prompt fiction In our library. Wo are going of tho valley's total yield of $1,000,-00- 0 'ly Isolate iu a well ventllatod room, to closo thoso out nt 2Gc each. Come Alaska's output was $2,078,000. any child having a t'oro .throat sarly and t,el your choice. Mr. and Mrs. Jobp Loach of Tcrre 1 'Yukon wus $1,200,000, and Atllu, Cum, lllauto, Ind., arb horo, visiting rela- --fMipcclally if there are white patcuw $70,000. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. diphtheria Is suspected, and repeat- legislature 'Jo Jlo Democratic Hy 3 Mnjorlty In Upper And ill . ed In larger doses when necessary. Incorporated In Lower House. Tho attention of tho parents Is called to tho provision of law that no W. 8. TIN8LKY, Editor child can bo released from quarnn-tln- o Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 0. Roth and Business Manager. for diphthoria until two nega- houses of tho Kentucky stato legislaKatorcd according to law at llio tive reports have beon received from ture Will bo organized by tho DemoPostoffico, Hartford, Ky., as mail specimens sent In to tho Stato La crats at tho session which will nnnn t .natter of tho second class. As soon as tho boratory. Jnnuarv. nccordlnir tn iinnffl. comply with this law, thoro will bojclal rcturna recoivod horo tonight to no sickness or death from diphtheria Address all communications from tho Thirty-fourtsenatorial '.The Hartford Republican. Tho altontlon of tho loss progres- district on which control of tho stato tho Stato is called sennto hinged. This district, accordsive counties of to tho caso with which such epidem- ing to official majorities from four notice: to subscribers Subscribers desiring tho paper stmt ics aro managed, and tho efficiency out of tho fivo counties and unoffi In V ft new address must glvo tho old with which they aro controlled cial figures from tho fifth has ro- 11 dress In making tho request. o Health 0,ectcd Dr Jf D WUlttakor, tho counties having Business Locals and Notices 10c with enough public' pnt - rnnn.n rMv , ,1V ,nlm.u line, and 8c por lluo for each ,rf VU....U.. V.. a..JU.a.rf health nurses and tho county offi- of between 300 nnd 400 votes over Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards cials and tho peoplo from tho other tf Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for counties are urged to study tho moth-od- s Mitch S. Crain, Ropubiicnn, Jackson. Returns from Casey county in tho ch head line and stgunutro, money used In Fulton, Muhlenberg, Eighteenth senatorial district, which Jh advance. Church Notices for services free, Daviess, Jofferson, Scott, Mason, was one of tho two districts left in but other advertisements, lc por Doyd nnd Harlan Counties, and tho doubt last night, today gave Dr. J word. City of Lexington, to seo how tho S. Hnseldon, Republican, Lancaster, Anonymous communications will health and lives of their children a safe majority over J. E. Robinsoil, receive no attention. may bo preserved nt far less exponse Democrat. Tho vote in Casey counthan this nnd other epidemics nro ty was 3.35S for Hascldon to 2,430 TELEPHONE constantly costing. It Is urged that G9 Farmers Mutual for Robinson, a lead which easily school boards and others In authori- overcamo any load Robinson hay ty arrange to havo children under any other county, I'RIDAY NOVEMBER 11 their control tested for susceptibility gained in Unofficial, returns compiled today of diphtheria, and immunized where give tho Dcmocrnts twenty members ' this is necessary. "VVo notlco by the papers that four of the stale benato to eighteen for Given under our hands and tho earthquakes were felt in Peru last n memtho Ropubllcansjmd Saturday. Yes, and wo also had ono Seal of tho Board at Louisville, this bers cf tho house to thirty-threRe-- 1 November 1, 1921. hero Tuesday. publlcqus. (n tho 1920 legislature, JOHN G. SOUTH .President. tho stnato was tied, each side having A. T. CORMACK, Secretary. Ohio County from ono thousand nineteen members, while the house PRINTING People-'nCxh All-Tlm. al Published Weekly by of antitoxin bo given as soon as RE? rrTr'mTfemSL, '"P9. Hr S! ., ts W j The Nationally Famous 100 Per Cent Pure Wool, Velvet Finish, Blue and Brown sixty-seve- o SERGE SUITS with many other colors and stripes We never have been able to supply the demand for it-le- ... ,....,. .- ... io ' these popular suits. We have Young Men's Suits running from $15.00, $16.50, $20.00, $25.00, $30:00, $35.00 to $45.00. However, there's a limit to our stock". Therefore give us a look, and pick your color and size while our stock is unbroken. ..... COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. gSIBHBHHHanBHBiHBBBnBHMHBiBaiXSSBiiHBK al 15ar-net- ts -- y, de-fat- ed J ....".... 4s STOVES And Ranges We have a full line of Cook Stoves, Ranges, Coal and Wood Heaters I which we can furnish you at a money saving price. Look our line over before buying. y, ACTON BROS. - HARTFORD, KENTUCKY -- I -- - , mB mm ji i I 4 & . Attention, Men! 7 Marvin Ulnck of Owonsboro, Deputy Intfrnal Revenue Collector, spent last week end In anil near Hartford with relatives. Mr DOCTOR QUITS AT 145 New SEEK SIGNERS' WILLS His- WOMAN MkMm Birmesr Jersey Physician Old In modish shapes 1 of dignified' appearance plCifsuro trip In New Orlcetu and .Father other points In tha S.out!i. but' Mr, oneYMrs. A. I), Kirk left night for n fw days He's Thinks Enough to Retire. Society PJans Collection of toric Old Testaments. LARGEST RANCK Mrs. Adair, "Ranger One of Rothschild j, , : $.. iftW .; !.The choice of discriminating 2.50 Star Hats .....58.00 II The Hnrtford Ilnskct Hall team will Journey to Grconvlllo today, whora they will piny the American' Legion team of that place. tonight. Mr. V. O. Dennett nnd daughter, Miss Ksther, left Tuesday afternoon for Fort Laudordnle, Florida, where they will upend the winter. Mrs. Honda Lake nnd two children neighborhood Is of th'o Washington unending the week here, the guest of Air. James llalrd and family. Mrs. C. I. Mahurln and snlnll son, of Dixon, Ky., wcroj;ucsts of Mrs. Inhurln's parents, Mr. jiml Mrs. Peter Shown, of near town, last week. Mr, and Mrs. Jeff Watorson of Ashley, III., who canto to Hartford to the lnirlnl"of Mrs. James Lyons, returned to their home Monday. nt-te- Advise Him Not to Smoke, Say He Thinks He Hat Reached HI Full Stature by Thlt Time. Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence Need Four More Documents to Complete Collection. Phllndelphla.--T- hc Society of the Descendants of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence Is to collect copies of the wills of the 60 signers. According to a report made to John Calvert, secretary and registrar of the society, the wills of Samuel Chase, Maryland; Gcorgo Wythe, Virginia; Wllllnm Hooper, North Carolina'; Wllllnm Lynch, Jr., South Carolina,- - and George Walton, Georgia, arc still missing from the society's collection. , Wills In possession of the descend ants include those of Joslnh Bnrtlctt, New Hampshire; John Adams, Samuel Adams, Robert Trout Pnlne, MasStcpfTcn Hopkins and sachusetts; Wllllnm Ellery, Rhode Mnnd; William Williams, Samuel Huntington, Oliver Wolcott and Roger Sherman, Connecticut; Francis Lewis, William Aoyd, Lewis Morris nnd Philip Lltng-ston- , New York ; Abraham Clark, John n Hart, John Wltherspoon, Francis and Richard Stockton, New Jersey; Robert Morris, Benjamin Rush, Benjamin Franklin, John Morton, Jnmes Smith, George Taylor atd George Ross, Fennsjlvnnln; Cnesnr Rodney nnd Thomas McKenn, Delaware; Charles Carroll nnd Thomas Stone, Maryland ; Thomas Jefferson, FruuclH Llghtfoot Lee, Richard Henry Lee anil Benjamin Harrison, Virginia; Joseph Hcwcs and Jcilin Pcun, North CaroJImi; Edwnrd Rutledgc, South Cnrollnn ; Button Gwinnett, Georgia. The following signers died Intestate, according to tho report: William Whipple and Matthew Thornton, New llumpshlrc ; BIbrldgc Gerry and John Hancock, Miissuchu&ctts ; George Jnnics Wilson, I'enii!ylvanln; George Read, Deawnre; William Pncn. Mnrylund: Arthur Mlddlcton. Hop-klnso- Soulhwesl's S5Ji- ino Personalities. ACRES' OF gentlemen since. ?859. t Hftts Hats S8.50-S4.- 00 CT-v- jfctsliadcs. frZw llIjifB, All mjl n to p i , l v' g mMmmKmmw mfmmKmmBmmaWmWSSmlSm Kllln Loyd, a student In tho locnl business schobl spent last week ond i with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. MH- iton Loyd of tho Narrows country. Mr. Gregory Wedding returned to Loulsvlllo Tuesday, after spending a few days herd with his father, Judge It It. Wedding and Mrs. Wedding. . Philadelphia. Dr. Chnrlcs Smith of Harbor, is'. .!., who snys he his one hundred and forty-fiftbirthday the other rtjiy, lint) dccldedjo retire nnd take u rest. "When n man linn worked ns hnrd ns I lime nnd Is getting on In years," wild Dr. Smith, "It's about time for him to quit working nnd begin to enjoy hlnieclf." Doctor Smith's nsscrtlon regarding his nge Is supported by old resident 'of V.fsg Harbor, some of whom ure over ninety. Kvcn the mosj skeptical townsfolk admit he Is wedl oer one hundred. When he became n resident of Kgi Harbor 25 jenrs ago ho nserted he was one hundred nnd twenty. Doctor .Smith wns keenly Interested In tho world's series, for he lived fn New York for ninny years. He recently took up smoking., "My father always told mo thut It wag an Injurious practice nnd stunts the giowth," he said. "I guess I have reached my full stature by this time, fn I don't suppose a couplo of cigars n day will hurt me." Doctor Smith snys ho was born on September 20, 1770, so Ire is about ten weeks younger thnn the United Stntes. Ills grandfather, he snys, lived tobe one hundred nod twenty-fou- r nnd his father wits killed when he wns quite n joung mail, com pa ru lively .speaking, nt the nge of seventy, by the falling of n tree. Kgg cele-brnth 1 HAS 500,000 Her Nephew Senator Jamesri" worth of New York, One 9tttt- aoed Her Vast Cattle- - teccr. etts Pioneer In SpuUivKsee. Fort Worth. With Mrs. vCornclla titer- - efcwfti Adair In Tutrzchm America lost one or Sta sanst striking feminine nereonnlltfesi. ! not only owned one-- ot to 3nrcet ranches In tho world but tHreK'ga active mnnngement and' busiiwiiKjr Jmt-slg- ht mnde hi' ranch jeijnc In the United Stntesi A pioneer of the Southwest xstrJl im the hardships and rough. fcrnfcSsr Ttte, c yet Mrs. Adnlr spent mue& a In close association. vtSSSi !ii nobility of England, and: fnrfftfaly entertnlned nobility at Ulo- - "a. JUT ranch In Donley county, ctr!rtJ3fi: C00.000 acres nnd more- W;W8 bond of cattle. Only a-- Sfcw vMtim ngo Mrs. Adnlr was host to nyerrtj-tEnglish, nobility nt the-- "JV L"innrf. nnd returned, a Ith them te TJnzt&dB Intending to return te T6i:as ivxig 3a Ula-bca- c 3na-tlm- tC ttt Mrs, Ed Johnson and Mr. Garland were guests WHAT THE Stofcr of Llvornuwe," .Sunday of Miss Mamlo Ilennett nnd Mrs Charlotte Taylor of Hartford. Mr. J Lcsllo Hagorman of Louisville, has returned to that city after 'spending a. few days here with his 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Hagorman t CRYSTAL-REVEA-LS 4 m&S:: :-a"j i5.ittiifHK XH-Hm- d VvaSfalKMIMHHHHIIH niH . ' CJ.....I. ..uiIIhii TJic records of Thomas Nelson, Jr., Virginia, were defrayed by lire In 1S6T, f Mrs. Gladys Ilennett yesterday morning for .Illinois, where she went parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Leach loft Springfield, to visit her Cnskey Den and nett. LOST Black and white spotted setter, about two inches of tall cut off Answers to name of. Charlie Reward for return. DR. J. A. DUFF, Dundee, Ky. Mr.-an- ginia, during the Civil wur. The .records of Tlioinuslleywnrtl, South Cnrollnn, were nlto destroyed during the Civil war, nnd thoseof Lyman Hall, Georgia, were' lost in a lira In 1850. thoe of Carter Braxton, Vir- THEY WORSHIP j The Hartford FRIDAY Republican NOVK.MJtKR 1 1 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS . Rye and Grass Seed for Bale by W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. and Mrs, C. M. Crowe wore In Owcnsboro yesterday. V" ItOO.MS FOIt KENT-M-RS. S. J. WEDDING. 1 1500 clapboards. Wanted ,ROLL RILEY, Hartford, Ky. - Dr. J. B. Tappan niado a business trip to Loulsvlllo last week. Mr. L. B. Canon of Olaton was a visitor at this office Monday, V J fs fcT V L' Miss Lettlo Marks will entertain tho Woman's Club tomorrow aftcr- noon.; r. j a Mrs. John Phlpps and Miss Sybel 0ray wont to Utlca yesterday, to vis- If Mr.- - Estil Park of Central City, was the guest of his sister, Airs. J. II. Tappan and Mr. Tappan, Tuesday. T frlon.la nnil rnlnllvoa n " fV ilnVH. ' V, u ' 'Owensboro, after an oxtenttod visit '"'with relatives in and near Hartford. ' :Mlss Jna BJack returned Monday to Mrs. J03I0 Duko, of Dundee Is spe'nding this weok with hor daughter, Mrs, U. S. Carson and Mr. son: LOST T.lhnrn'l rownrd for O'vTnnrB.' ""' White bird dog, has brown return to SCHROADER. McIInnry. Ky. :i7t3p t t! w . 01' "Leonard and iy. Margaret, children of u"i f Route rla. lir. oiiu iuisi 2, aro seriously ill of m.i.i.i. dlphtho- -, yJV3drs! Roy Haley and children of V, Frankfort, nro visiting their mother tV ?!. UUKW11UWIIUI"UI, 1Ta Tl H Mills of -- II.... 4',. " JM-.- T 1 ---- 'thiclty. " suritii.... AAn et "'? . . 11Tn,1iinai1n w arrived,, in iiarupm n Stlgnt to bo the guesl of her sister, Mrs. 11. S. Ellis and Mr, Ellis, ror a Vivnna1inin. . , ' 'low day 3. i y' z. . 4fce uoLl Kt'fsiD Kijti J Mrs. E. A. White and Mrs. WlfTrynf Walkef. Myrtle of Horse Branch, weru Mrs. William Everett Mines has For uges eryMal gazing Jius been a Monday." Mrs. Myrtle accepted a position with the Repub- In Hartford recreotlon and pastime of qualified as .executrix of her lato psychics, lican. and mnny marvelous tales husband's cetato whllo here. of whut the ball r,evenled to them hns been told to more or less Incredulous Wo will bo closed from 9 o'clock Hon. Alvls S, Bennett, chairman of clients. Few photographs to substana. in. Friday November the 11th. tho workmen's compensation board, tiate these crystal gazlngs have, howWILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Louisville, spent from Saturday to ever, been made. High up In the Canadian mountains Tussday with his father, Mr. W .G. " TURKEYS WANTED For thnnks-glvln- g. Bennett and other relatives of this near Lake Louise, Albertn, one of those huge crystal halls has been Wo pay. cash. 20t2 plade. erected for ornumentni purposes, and W. E. ELLIS &. DRO. a cameraman wns recently successful Mr. Gilmore Keown. a student In In making this remarkable photograph Wo will have a car of Fertilizer tho University of Kentucky, Lexing- of the picture revealed In it. Strangewithin the next" few days. ton, came home Monday to spend a ly enough, the photographer and his W. E. ELLIS & BRO. day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. outfit are also shown In the foreO. Keown and to be present at the ground of the crystnl ball picture. Now da you believe In crystal gazing? Ttnsley, a senior In the election Tuesday. Mr. Glenn University of Kentucky, returned to NO MORE "FAKE" RAT TAILS his home here Sunday, to spend a few Wo contemlate putting the Repubdays. press on Wednesday of lican to Parj3 Authorities Now Pay Hunters a thanksgiving week instead of Thurs ounty on the Heads of Destruc. Mrs, M. J. Ross,-afte- r an extended day evening, as usual. Advertiser, tive Rodents Only, visit with her daughter, rMs. John T. and correspondents will please ge t Moore and Mr. Mooro of Loulivllle, their orders and communications to Paris, France. More than 1570,114 rats have been killed in Paris since has returned to her homo In Hart- U3 by not later than Tuesday. the drive against them was started a ford. Mrs. C. B. Howard of this city, year ago. .Bonuses have been paid nt Miss Pearl Doan Welch has re- accompanied Mr. Howard to Gates, the rate of a few centimes a bend. The month of the turned- to her homo at Magan after Tenn., where Mr. Howard Is foreman campaign the first bonus was paid on visiting her aunt Mrs. J. D. on their plantation, delivery by with Bond Bros., the rat hunter of the " the first of last week. They return- tall of the animal, but n sewer cleanv to Hartford Monday, and after er beenme an expert" In tho manufacted Mrs. U. S. Carson, who went to voting Tuesday, Mr. Howard left for ure) of rat tails ou,t of .leather und Loulsvlllo Monday, to consult i. spe- Ills place of employment. other material nt tho rate of sevdrnl hundreds n day, und since then" the cialist, teturned to her home hero, ' MJss Leila Glenn, moniber of the bonus hns been "per bend" Instead of Tuesday. Central City High- - School faculty, "per tall." Dr, and Mrs. A. E. Carson of Cor-bl- spent last wcok-on- d hero, with hor Bandits Picked on Wrong Man. buparents, Judge and Mrs. J. S, Glenn. who.camo hero'to attond-ih- o Toledo. Four amateur highwaymen Mrs. James Lyons, returned Miss Glenn was accompanied by Missrial of Rum-WTes 'Clyde Bolton and Carmen Bird attempted to hold up Sergeant homo Tuesday. Toledo, a member of tho New Lyman Taylor, who wero York Central railroad police. They and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Russelb nnd guests in tho home of the Glenns. were too slow on the draw and Rum-se- y dnughtor, Miss Lillian, left Wednesheld them at tho point of his day for Tampa, Flo., whore they will Mr. Jarncs Lyons and son, pr, Wil- revolver until olllcers came and took spend the winter. lis liyons, and daughter Miss Dorcas them to jail. Lyons' will return here tomorrow, We are In the market for eggs and from'Haynesvlllo, whoro they have SSSsAVSNNSAVNSsVViSSVsS vrfvwvsNNrvvyNvvvv,svss' poultry every day in tfie year. High been spending n few days with rela Sends Parson Dollar tives. Mr. Lyons will roturn tomorest cash prices paid, W, E. ELLIS & BRO. row to "his homo In OrlandoFJorida, for Each Married Year iii nnd Dr. .Lyons to bis home in Corbln, Itcv. II. N. McKnlg of Mlnnc- Mr. and Mm. B. S. Chamberlain of Ky., while Miss. Dorcas will remain - upollff. Minn,, recently received ' Owensioro, spent Sunday, with Mrs. hero with' relaUvoa. a letter nnd $20 from a man '' Chamberlain' father,' Mr. James Avhom lie nnd man led 20 years M, L. MeCracken, formerly Mrs. Balrd. . Mr, Bntrd and before. .He had forgotten all County Agont for, Ohio County, but about 'the couple until he Mojvln Browning, who had by tho L. & N. R. R. Mrs. the letter. been vlstlng relatives In'Russollvllle Company, returnod, to Hartford last The letter oald, that niter 20 years of enduing on the uen of and Rochester for,tha past two weeks. wek and was accompanied to Loulsvlllo on liU return by Mrs. MeCrackmatrimony, the writer found returnod Monday night. that his wife" is more w6iulerful en und their two children. Mr. than ho ever dreamed tbe could completed arrangements Mr. Parke Tappan and sister, Miss be. For this the writer wus Mary Loulse, entortalned the follow for the shipment of. their ef(c!- - to thankful und therefore tie ecu ing at lupch yesterday, Misses Mary thatr.t'i'y-- . Mr. MeCracken has boon tlie preacher one dollar for each il Duke, nnd Martyno Snrouro, tuslgucr headquarters in Xuslwllle, Ellen year of his happily wejldod life, j) Messrs. GUffith Mitchell of :ili,-an- Tcnu , to. which point they w.ll JH'.e IS it I resfeabf!As-NsJ''sr. ' i ly nov; at ,au early date. Tim McCoy of Hartford, Bossed Big Property. yeanr. eSQ. stnB She was eighty-liv- e Rlnce 188.1, when her JltrAmtn tfefl. she porsonnlly superlntendfctlf tfl-- i property. She wns to trata tm empress. of the ranges, hniV &re import with the lasso, rodo v'.t!i Cicr cowbpy.s, put through Sn Sro stock nnd Improved tho- - "J. J57 IwrCt until It has become known- - asefiaeSH? In Texas. At all big- stocfc tCuwtj her cattle have won first prfixsj. Jlrs. Adnlr was a nntlvw pflT VCzmr York, the daughter of Mn. Gtoxx.3uatS3t S. Wodsworth of Genosco. ?T. seti-rleJohn Adnlr, an Jrlfchmes?. du ttip early '70s nnd went with hite !m "TiiJo-rnd- il. Mrs. Adnlr, her hirsfianit; "Sirs. Mnry Goodnight, wife oC Dc3- pnr.tner, and a? scocv oiT rmv-boj s mnde tho Journey froro Jrui?trv Colo., to the Texas ranch tfCKfaafl. driving a herd of cattle tTmttisii m country mennced both by ?&& otiv wlli nnlinnls nnd where water sit-in- : were few. When withinof th.elr destlnatlorr Ti trsxs si gamble whellicr the entire- - jwstj- - awrtl nnlmnls would die from thirst. The horses the men nnt? wwowt - 122. i?es d K Am llol-broo- k. their meeting: Our ancestors out In the woods with the sky for a canopy. Even now we, have evangelistic services In, tents, and who knows where congregations have not worshiped but not many people would imagine this old landmark, a windmill on Relgnte Heath, Surry 'Hill, England, was being used for a place of worship. It has u beautiful little altar nnd Is lighted by a candelabrum fitted on tlie oaken beams. Photo thows the exterior of the little mill church. held 5 HBMH rode shambled nlnng- - cxhscsittJ 3k1 the cattle were dropping- - owt a&sast every minute. A smull" sVratnu twbs foun In the nick of rime; iBiiavrn jg tlie party reacning it one- almost gone. They rcachctT & nQe of the "J. A." ranch nest ettyr; Xhm u bnrren tract of land. TW eish8c5c were built In which Mrs: fiftfe- smil M.rs. Goodnight lived for yvrtn. The ranch nt first totaled? 3LWHr acres nnd about a year after- - sasrtine there Adair bought out Goe6ki,tiV Interest. Wadsworth Once Manager; After Adnlr's death Mrs. Aft&r rtn plojed Richard Walli to hrr3QSMB-ngeme- nt nnd he was nssotfttwCTKitfj her until ten years ago, wHein-Tre:i- t: to Rhodesia, Africa, and1 awssnril mnnngement of n 0,000,000' tmrtmsmeJi. seva Wnlsh AS'lien died In Africa- - BWratftri. h Wnlsh letr, James A. TKift-wortof 'New York, her neplvxaaso 2 DSl ceeded hhn, but he retie when elected Untied Stares SteaftHr from New York. J. II. IIoTTe I itmv managing the ranch. Tt & s?cM&rfl that the Wadsworth family- - fW me-tln-ue to own and operate ase Mrc. Adnlr. dejspltc her the-pr?9- -- JAPS ARE CRUEL TO ANIMALS Tokyo Police Official Declares' 1,944 Men Were Punished Last Year In to charity, helped duHIbT tftelC-M- . A. at Clnrendon, tofiri o hospltnl at Clarendon for Jiia- - awHrrj hands und tho public nnr. ftrwtHl largely In Liberty liundlr dtmfcic; l&e . war. C. took deepjnterest In art; Xtrntrn nnd mublc, devoting mncft ttas tr study when nlono on her rnivei & Rhe mnde IlberaT rt&friSbtt-tlo- ns St . That City. MACHINE GUN BACK' IM. n, Tokyo, The Japanese nre the most cruel people In the world In their 17352 treatment of animals, according to n metropolitan iipllce official, quoted In the JMI. The Tokyo police laBt year admonished several thousand drivers for cruelly treating their animals, und 1, 044 men were punished. OUiclals and private societies arc endeavoring to inculcato the idea of kind treatment of animals. Rejected by Young Louis XVS France as Too Murderous, cording to Story.. f - Unln I Iwnrl n lAqfnr in Well Four Weeks jii Foyr weeks ago, -- 11. T, Stew- art of Pelscr, S. C, placed a JI1UII7 III U now-employ- ed disappeared. An advertisement was placed In the papers, after V a vnln senrrlt had been made, but to no mull, A few daju ago the niulu was c found In an old well In tho where he hud been four weeks and .four days. A block and lutkle' was brought Into play and tho mule wns brought to the surface, still alive but a HtUo thin on Its diet' of water. ii pas-tur- IJUBllHC 1 Ml? II1U1U Paris. A controversy as- - ft ia!e first Invented machlne-guit- s Is e nitT the war's aftermaths In Krsaws. Lyon puts forth the claim ctrm IK. du Perron, who, in 1775, Is sstftf ttt have submitted to tho yome KSitcr Louis XVI a military "orgue-,srtattv worj.ed on a crunk system rsm wtKtS. fire 14 bullets "almost slmultaaceu v and consequently could nnttUi- - & whole regiment In a few lulaute.-c-cordl- ng to a contemporary rejord, Tho new weapon appealed tIv-murderous that the king and" Kite iter, inters rejected it, and Its In.vecfp w held up us nu enemy vf bwansilrj The powers hostile to Frwvn tot to fecuro tho Invention, but 1A Au Perron refused their offers from rnuj-otl- c molles and died In poverty. a Firemen Start Fires to Teat Affpanri. Columbia, Pa. Seven- ftremon Hk recently pleaded guilty of cnuigsrs siEr setting fire to buildings to rrjc Mix their new motor engine- - fluve- - Nxii Bontenct'd to n term' in the- - rKortMj - l . .. ,.11. w ,IUA .M.. ... .. U ff(fryvmr,rrw'rrrrrrmv y several years. I .r - ,". sldered good averngo height. Experi- HAVE OLD CAVEMAN 1NSTJNCT SUFFER WHILE ON SITFpWARD ment until you find tho best height j for your tabic, ironing board, nnd Lovers, In the Orient, Primitive In Many People Really1 In Aoony During Their Methods of Demon- The tnbl can bo raised Trip Made on Comparatively lino. In tho Southern States tho en- washtubs. Ford ltcqulrcd To Slake Berf On I stratlng Affection. Calm Waters. post should then bo submerged on blocks hollowed out to fit tho Corn-Hotire Farms nnd with n llttlo Ingenuity you gathered by tho United States Into oil, at SO degrees to 100 degrees, legs, adjust tho Ironing board nnd port of wnys oV exThere are nil Data Sir Oeorpe Trevelyiln telN of cros-- , can pressing nfforllon. The Mnlnlchl, n Ing the English vhiiimcl once In bad Department of Agrlculturo regarding F. for 1 to 2 hours, or for such a tubs. ft. -ypeno-rationecessary to got god Japanese Journal, reports the cne of weather and that idurlng the wholo tho dally gnln nnd tho amount of4 lino as Is by a pollcenmtf nt Hiroshima, w1k Ml passage his companion stood on deck In tho North, where decay feed and pasture consumed Hot Cornn for Cold Dujs Is Food Aw In low with n restaurant maid, nnd Is less rapid, tho hot treatment Is slowly reciting poetry with einphnsli steers fattened on Corn-Be- lt Well As Drink. when she seemed cold endeavored to nnd gesticulation. two winters, applied only to tho butts, which aro Ilia companion farms during tho last In cold weather It is good for tho coin luce her of Ms pnsilon, nnd may- had explained that this singular prac2 or 3 hours an aro of valuo to beef producers as re- allowed to remain for younger children to hnve a hot drink hap light nn answering Hume by tice had been recommended to him as beIn tho cooling process, the tops Indication of how much feed Is thrusting her In the cnlf of her leg a preventive against seuslckness. dipping In before starting for school in tho morn on tho nverago Corn Belt form ing treated by painting or quired ing. Cocoa mado with milk Is both with his ofllclnl sword. Up might go When they renehed Franco ho told gain. creosote. further nnd Issue n innnuat on how .to produce 100 pounds of he hod nearly got Further Information on creosotlng a food and uIt beverage, and most chil- to make love, suggests our contempo- Trevelynn that English poetry, 'nnd to average weight of nil the catTho tho end of his If The U. rary. The case enjoy for breakfast. feeding period fenco osts will bo found In Farmers' dren In of tho iiollccmnu the crossing hud been longer he would tle at tho start of tho S. Department of Agriculture recomquestion Is doubtless a survival of have had tho final Bulletin 744, Preservative Treatment begin on other languages. rpj was 786 pounds, whtlo d aCCGSSOneS, fcathupon re- mends cocoa as a suitable addition to ntnvlsm, being n relic of the good old Darwin to gain suffered terribly from seasick-- , weight was 1,070 pounds, tho per- of Farm Timbers, avallnblo Agricul- the hot school lunch. When it Is days In the pnleollthle age, 'when the ness during the whole of his early erWOlght MotOl' BlKGS, MO-voy- age a amounting to 5S4 pounds In quantl-l- y quest from tho Deartmeut of not posslblo for tho children tov ob- cave innn wns wont to demonstrate average on the Ileagle. nnd never qulto ture. of 174 days. Tho blCVcle" TeiGl)honeS iod tain It at school the mother may his affection for his affinity by ocen- - recovered from the evil effects or this lols,-ltpounds consumed for 100 or feed get home Mnnnl rnps on tho damsel's bend with experience. Ills bad health during and Supplies, Line CoilStrUC-t- he -. Seldom serve It when the children t of gain wa8 G8U pounus concentra.es. SM'clnl Seed Storage Homo In tho afternoon, or as part of the n bludgeon, says the Slinnghnl Tlmo. rest of his life hns been attributed i Kcccssnry on commercial MibinnglMrnto of Chowgliat In to Tho pounds of the shocks thus caused to his .n- - -- on Material, Electncal Supevening me.ll. Fow ndults will re roughage such as Indln bus Jut disponed of nn unusual I'n'esn a farmer wished to ingngd 391 pounds of dry Shno Inline WW. nnrl fJnnnrjil T?r o extensively in tho business of seed fuse an appetizing cup of cocoa for ly Interesting cnp In which two Nnlr stltutlon. " pounds W.W..W.... Another distinguished victim of sea- !'"-hry and cron fodder. 863 of 20 days dropping In to women of Gurnvuyur, mother nnd probably would not pay lunch or supper, when production, It sickness was. General Gordon. Dur- pair Shop. cllage, and tho equivalent call, or when returning lato at night daughter, charged three Nnlr youths ing n royago to Capetown from Mauhln to erect a special seed nous?, from a cold trip. qf pasturage. If it's fixable we fix it. with having removed n portion of the ritius 111 1SS! lin iI.w.mM.iwI lile ulllYi.r. cooperatt e States Departstudies by the United addition to those la Mnke cocoa with whole or skim roof of the complainants' hnue nnd Ing and misery as "far more (.event Both telephones. Ind., ment of Agrlculturo havo shown. Ustrials with cattlemen In dropped n enrenss of n crocodile innn lie lniil ever during his milk if posslblo. Allow 2 level lifetime Iowa. Nebraska and Miss.ur ually there are ono or more buildof cocoa nnd about - level through the nperturp Into the room In experienced, cither at homo or JMUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP Department of Agrleulturo ings on the farm which are biiltablt the U. S. to each half which the younger woman slept. The ubrond." Very often he repealed his teaspoonsfull of In south- for storing seed. A dry. motive nlJcped wns revenge, becauc is conducting investigations pint of milk. While bringing the overtures of the acrucri had been re determination n go on shore .at the the lnted placo such as a granary should Bcnver Dam, Ky. very first port the vessel reached, nnd western Wisconsin to determine .: scalding point mix the jected. milk to the An occidental would have one morning, be chosen, and the soed, if in bulk, and amounts oi ieuu ,u,-.n sleepUs night m.1. after with nnd should not bo piled too deep.In most cocoa nnd suv.f to a paste w.i ;i ill-ti- n taken Inudauum or n njiiineie swain of sickness, lie called the captain to to fatten cattle on grass, Add t" tin; would have committed hnraklri. The cold lr.ilk oi water. and of tho Instances it probably is advisable to without a supplement, boiling point, Indlnn, however, showed nn original- uiu sine or ins iiertli, anil oiTered him breedC0 If he would bags piled neatly with hot mllk( bring to the feed required to maintain a. year, store seed In ity of conception worthy of n better nil possible speed. make for laud with n minute. i' pio-veand bull fur one ing herd of beef cattle for weaning the lowermost layer raised off theImagine your feeling .Tut scup. j i.iu rising, beat brU'.ly object. 8 ,lr hv strlng of wood. I'recautlonJSsSitn and to raise calves irom Some persons were you "to see the dainty form of lib an egg beater. ,r ra be taken against nr measures should a hippopotamus Issuing from your MYSTERY" FOR MANY YEARS tlmo to yearlings. like the ndduiiM' of a few droprn,i'rnt. niul if ninny weevil or other celling I inserts are working In 111.. ,.P1 it VUIUIHl. Fascination In Stories Told of the vfcen evcrrthicj; lUi fjtis. A Show Without Parallel. 1 with In ncrvoui prosttAtio'r ai:d female "Lost" Son of the Unfortunate Aif nrevious entries havo been ex. may be advisable to fumigate AND SHE DIDN'T SAY G00DBY nay n.o tne suentn? Only a Cold iiUiesse Marie Antoinette. cecdod this season by aspirants for,cari,0'n dlBiilliIde. oi thoucanJj Imve tcstifiv-i Aro you lift is often aaswercd 1921 International ivo Naturally Aviator Was a Little Astonhonors at the OH UDNuY, LIVER AMD personages who v Ono of tlicf-cteruished at Way His Passenger Itiillimo Give Greater "Oh! it's only a cold," as If a cold Stock Exposition to be held at tiTOrvJACrJ TROUBLE cropped up to claim the French matter" of little consequence wns a Had Left Him. cago November 2Gth to December 3rd. KR yu.11 h li the bc nicdicino cwt CrM throne as the lost dauphin after the dls- but people are beginning to learn ' a Every person who keeps poultry is ovr -- itruffrrh 'a cannter. At ,a period of depression and guillotining of Louis XVI and Mnrle cold .is a matter not An iilrmau had been taking up J- iuiwj.wiu. couragement in this, as other Indus- - suroito j,e Impressed soonor or Inter that a common Antoinette, was an American, ono for short trips, and by tho T.ln-.- .- ltfllll to be trifled with, that some of the . I... tries, such a response by tho western ,,y tll0 importanco of foedlng nisionury among t serlcus, t'.Uer.ses 3iart with a time his last trip came was absolute- mo-iand feeders of cattle, swino i,amnCii rations, especially for the cold. As soon as the first indication of ly fed up by being asked silly qilos- produced nlleged evidence nnd sheep is distinctly and gratify- production of eggs. Ordinarily .t take Chamberlain's ,!, H.. t.il.l ht "V "" encouraging, demonstrating not nnc0,i ration means a rati6n that has a cold appears "TO urouglll " imsm.iiL'ors. txv.i Imllpq. -'- ""'" Cough Hemedy. i Remember that the as m clillil of 10 vears of carbohyd.-ates- , that on no account were they to speali from only confldenco In tho stability of tne proportions and placed In the keeping of nn Indian sooner you get "rid of your cold tho ) B- ythe Industry, but that progress has p,0tpin, and fat that have been foaml loss the danger, and this remedy will to him; that he could not tnllcand give hulfhreed at TIcoiideiiiga, N. Y. his atteiitloii to his niaehlnc and that not been Interrupted even by the most uy experience to produce he best Tho American "dauphin" never atm tlipy must keei Mlent. set of conditions that sits. but rw thing3 are be: is i"s-lia- s help you to throwo It off --I'p they went, and the nlrman quite tempted to gain olllclal recognition, covered that need to be Ivcn consld- ever involved the Industry. enjoyed himself. He looped the loop but his followers put out a Hood of XOTII1NG M3W. Not only are the entries larger In ciaMon In lalanclng a ration. For 'n-- J Seveial new books on and practiced all suit of stunts to Ids literature. numerical sense, but the galaxy of. ftam., it now thought thai It may own -- iittafiiction with no Interruption Williams and his claims hate been generaAn old physician of tho last published quite recently. exhibitors has Increased Such medl- - r well 'o hif.o a balauco between tho was noted for his brusque man- from his passengers until he felt a The question of the lost dauphin ocrlty as was Inseparable from early acid and alkaline feeds and that there tion touch on his arm. methods. On ner and has bad France guessing for more "Whnt Is It?" he said Impatiently. Exposition has now been eliminated, "is a possibility that the continued uo 1(H) years, or from that day In one occasion a woman called hln "I'm so sorry to trouble you," said than tho 1921 display In every department of an ae.dformlng diet may lead to a to treat hor first-borChildren who wa3 n voice behind, "and I know I oughtn't 170." when the mutilated body of a and greater susceptibility to certain having tho assurance of quality A Safe Old Fashioned slightly ailing. The doctor prescrib to spenk. I dn apologize sincerely, but boy, 10, ostensibly tho dauphin, was ' rro.-- merit in me supuw-w- .oln, "" I can't help It. I thought perhaps you tnfccn fromalf the Temple prison In Remedy for Worms "' ,i The pram mixtures tnat arc coisi-j'-- " I'aris. Hut-hThp 1901 International Live btocic of France refused ought to know Annie's gone." "IJut- - doctor." protested Sevenljr.fiveyeiiracontin. most compro- - ln0nly used by, poultrymen are add. to believe. So etery so often. In after will be the uoua use is the beat testi. yonrs, when a claimant nrosc styling tensive and meritorious aggregation Mash mixture containing 8ufflclonf"or. "castor oil is 'such au old- moni.l FREY'S YERMIFUCt Genius and Success. . . mo cr.ii nv(r nathered minntltlfs nf illtrpstprl tankace. meat fashioned remedy." himself the heir to the throne, there t, -- i. can offer you. " oi "nroaucis ui Genius Is only the power of making were nlwnys plenty to welcome lilin. "aiiam. repiieu me uociur, Keep a bottle "olwaya on and bone meal, dried milk, or dried 1n a display arena. continuous viTorts. The line between There are said to have been about 10 things." hand. It will help keep ) The acid in Wcs aro will be alkaline. failure and successes so fine that we "lost dauphins" hi the 50 years folthe little ones healthy ca,n bo overcomo Uy scarcely know when we pnss It; so lowing the death of Louis and Marie of Temperature wiui vuu- feed happy. and Changes KILLS FAUMElt l' these feeds Just mentioned and by fine that we are often on the line and Antoinette. 30catxttletlrourdnirtt'or crcto Roads. central .tote; or if root dealer oyster shell. do not know It. How many a man can't upplyyou.tendhitnamtt That the edges of concrete roads ground limestone and Js'owton Woods, an Oklahoma. has thrown up his bauds nt a tlmo and 30c in ilampt and we'll response to This further emphasizes the necessity! aena you a bold promptly. curl up and down in Kept Young by Love of Music. a charge when a little more enort. a little more temperature Is the discov- of feeding a mash containing meat mountaineer was arrested on LtS. ntEY. Baliktri, Mi. changes in Francois Gossec, peer of any of the of murder for setting a shotgun trap patience, would have ncliloed success I V '"" ery recently made by the Bureau of scray or some feed of this kind. by which a neighboring As the tide goes dear out. so It comes Eighteenth century French composers, Green feed and fresh milk also help of tho United States vigorously' nnd enthusiasticalV Public Koads was killed. Woods had been ctenr In. In business sometimes pros- worked farmer, in the to overcome acidity. ly at his music to the time of his of Agrlculturo missing provisions and he arranged pects may seem darkest when really death. Even at seventy-eigh- t, he had experiments at the departhls-gu' course of WILL a string tied to the trig- they are on the turn. A little more the freshness of youth not only in his with Kafir and Itollcd Oats Good For ger so that when the door was open- persistence, a little more effort, nnd ment's experimental farm at ArlingTAKE OUFfc In the music which ' whnt seemed liopeless failure may habits, but ulso liens. ton. Va. ed the gun woul dshoot. A few days turn to glorious success. There Is no he wrote. unequal The seed of kafir, one of the Curling is caused by the As nn Instance of how tenaciously later a .report from the shotgun was except In no longer trying. expansion and contraction of the up- grain sorghums, has been used as a heard and upon Investigation Sor failure Is no There defeat except from with- ' he treasured life and the Juvenile concrete substitute for com in the scritch per and lower sides of the rens was found dead on the threshold in; no really Insurmountable barrier spirit, when asked to attend the fuA Trialicenl y Blab under the influence of heat. It mixture used by the Poultry save our own Inherent weakness of neral of his friend, Mehul, his Jocoso t r VL Division of the United Stato't JZ for WEAK- reply wns: "No, excuse me; I should j purpose. Elbert Hubbard. has been observed during tho middle IIAX I1AKKKY CATS be giving Death a hint to take me." of the day when tho surface of the Dopartmenof Agriculture with good LUNGS 01 When he wns well past four-scor-e more results, which indicate about siml-la- r Toad becomes hot it expands Used Noah's Ark Plans. I The Boston health department has .vears. he dallv hobbled to the Onern CONSUMPTION- feeding value for these two proXo secret seems to hnve been mnde than tho cooler underside and causes ordered all city bakors to get rid of Comlque. One day he fainted In the the sides to move downward. At night ducts. Rolled oats were found pre- any cats they may have In tho bakery, of the method nf construction adopted street. when the surface is cool the contrac- ferable to ground oats for use in a rats and mlco can be kept away with- by Xonh In building his ark. On the feeling "Where do you wish to be tnken?" A quick reliel tor that tired, tion cauaes the edges to riso slightly poultry niih, and resulted in suffi- out cats, the health officials declar- contrary, the specifications nre given somcono asked, as his consciousness cougha, paloa In cheit. nlrhl iweaU. hemor rbaget, weak lunct or coniurapllon. fl It dot Tho extreme movement may bo as ciently greater egg production to Jus- ed, by proper construction of the In detail In the Bible. Imitations of returned. not ht!p yoo it coata you nothtnf. It hnve been attempted now nnd then tify Jho additional expense associath of an inch. much as Quickly recovering his usual spirits, plant, so they have put tho ban on In recent times. Thus, In the year t)H!0 MEDICAL GO, SSfuKTm'!? While the warping of the concrete ed with using this costlier feed The all animals. linkers must refrain 1C00, a Dutch merchant named Peter he naively replied, "To .tho Opera Is .not in itself detrimental to tho hens ate the mash more freely, and, from smoking and chewing tobacco Pansen built nt Hoorn a ship on tho Comlque." road, It may lead to failure of the although they consumed more feed, In their establishments and must remodel, though not of correspond.surface under tho wheels of vehicles thlr egg yield was nough larger to port any suspicion of contagious dis- ing size. It wns 120 feet long, 20 fet broad and 12 feet deep. Tho vessel which travel over It 'when arts of It produce greater profit. ease, among their employes FOR FLETCHER'S was found to be remarkably are not resting on the ground. " . m for frelglituge, and it is said Is The Outlook Attractive From Your METHODIST S. S. IIAMjY would bold more lading than Kitchen AVlndow? Creosotlng Fence frists Is Generally .MAKES GOOD DEGIXXIXG other ships of like slr.Cv without reSon Father, what Is the board of Is the outlook from your kitchen Economical. quiring more linntls to work It. 5Ich education? If not, can you Although more expensive at tho windows pleasant? "fleu-ten,- " Tho Rally Day Service at the Meth- more recently several Father- - When I went to school, It outset, creosoted posts aro generally Improve It? Cleaning up tho back odist Sunday schol last Sunday was or flonts. were built nfter the was a pine shingle. Chicago Trimore economical to uso than many yard will often help, and a hedge or a great success. There were 150 model of the ark In Deinnnik. bune. woods, a trellis of vines can sometimes be lnds of untreated, short-live- d present as compared with 112 on the because of their much greater lasting used to screen undeslrablo features. Sunday previous. The school was dl- Not Realism. i fiualitics, the Forest Sorvlco of tho Also trim walks of concrete or brick, iviuea into two sections and a contest Feel right all tho time. Don't lay oft Hnwklns (an art critic) That picAgrld and a lawn about the (for "United States Department of from work for days by taking calorae" new members will be carried on ture of Itegent street Is n mnrveloucly when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x keeps yoi culturo has determined. The excep- kitchen door keeps much dust and until the first Sunday in January fine piece of work, Lnrklns on your feet, whilo relieving your trou,b Larking (who .knows nothing about tions would be In remote localities, mud from being carried Indors, the 1922, Judge John B. Wilson and Mr. lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dout with cheap wood and labor, nnd United States Department of Agri- Ellis Foster were chosen as captains art) I call It wretched. tako anything else. You can't afTora ob'Hawkins Wh.v? culture suggests. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysv where it would bo oxpenslvo to of the teams, or sections tem and rclicvca constipation. A nat Larklus As far its you enn see up tain creosote. Come out next Sunday and yet your the street there Isn't one woman lookural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Tho largo saving in the replace- Find the Uest Height For Tubs, TaFOR PERSONAL HYGIENE in its effect and certain in results. Ir button nnd receipt for your section. ing bnck to see vlmt another hns on. ' charges, ordinarily which ble And Stove. Dmoived In water for douches atopr ment won'tbolong before win The nrtlst'tiever lived In tho town. pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamyour permanent kitchen equipmalntlning a Is completely displace calomel in evert mount up so high in Edinburgh Scotsman. mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. home. Children can tako it freely an) fence, and tho uso of cheap and In- ment substantial, easy to keep in orPinkham Med. Co. for .ten year. tvith perfect safety. Every bottle zuar STOMACH TROUBLE? ferior kinds of woods in the first der, carefully grouped and set at A healimt wonder for tiaaal catarrh. anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non .Where They Differ. such height that you do not have to j ore throat and tore Economical. I genuino without tiie likeness and sign place, much more than offset the ? Distress ? Gushlugton Do you believe Hat axtrinrdlnarv deaouaaeye enuct vmvrr. Weakness Miss ana turo of L, K. Griaby. For Bale by cost of thorough treatment stoop or strain your muscles as you that when a man nnd woman are ISaeui FrM. 50e, all drowuu, of K..kl by Afliland, Ky. "Many years ago my I. a. TfWLUUt, - HarlfortV U creosote. Treated posts are a work? Sink, stove, and worktablo with married they have the same thoughts?" mother Used Dr. Picree'-- Golden Medical Bood investment, and their uso where should bo near together so as to save Discovery for her stomach. She had takMr. Hard fax Nope. The woman lasting woods aro scarce or exten- steps. Scattered equipment means en treatment from physicians nnd had always thinks she'd have dono better during tho never obtained godd results. After comIf she'd married someone else. 'The sive is a iiljfh of sound Judgment in walking many miles course of a year, 'tho United States mencing to take this remedy sho noticed man thinks he'd have been better off management farm nn improvement and I can say it 6iircly EAGLEMIKADO"- PencUNo.174 Tho best treatment is that which Department of Agriculture has esti- - hclKxl her wonderfully. I am pleased to If he hadn't married (it all. penetration mated. If the kitchen table is on wnto Uiis to let others know how this Jn tho deepest jesults medicine helped our family. ill aMPWig--JI! j, Unqualified. Juto the wood with tho least absorp- - eastern it can be easily moved where benefit by tho 'Discovery if Any one trv thev will KTETCra?- -The' butts of the needed, thus saving steps, Flubb How (lid Dudley manage to or creosote. tlon it." Mrs. M. A. lirown, G12 E. Carter eBcapo Jury duty? For SeJo at your Dealer Mado in five cradea liosts 'should be placed, for 2 hours. The various kitchen tasks can bo Ave. Uubb Ills wife was drawn on tho Obtain tho Discovery in tablets or liqto a tomperaturp done most comfortably at different ASK FOrt THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND In creosote heated uid at your nearest drug 6Uire, or tend nmo panel; and hu convinced the' -, EAGLE MIKADO of lfiO to 220 degrees F It Is lm- heights. Sinks especially aro often l()i for trial paekasc to Dr. t'wuf ft iiidi,'o wood'to a height, sot too low. 30 inches from tho hot-p- f vnlids' Hotel m HulTnlo; N. Y, and write thing. they coull poei a?nj on anyportant to treat tho EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK American Lcdoii Weekly. n foot above tho proposed ground torn of the sink to Iho floor' is con- - for free medical advice. FARM DEPARTMENT. lt Liberty Bicycles On Sale Rft n. &3 34.-83- -- - , .- - --- I SSL ; well-ventl-- H srr ' i rwrjstc-r-i.-rTrffrKJiw-a- gaJt nt iitea - X $ erne Iters Mothers use l n vyji well-breede- rs i ""''''. bal-ing- ly , ,',"" ' ' i- - vra&w J y i n, vermira For the ', ' the-youn- od M Nail MAX-TKA- ' John-Sorren- ' n YOU. l39r - ' Iius-bandr- iv9- GERMINAL REMEDY I bac,v "i 1 FOR.ONE MONTH H one-tent- Children. Cry USE LI V-VER-- f well-adapt- one-thir- d CASTORIA " For Lazy Liver and the Troubles q Constipation, well-seede- pEvery Woman Wants ' jy-Ve- -r ' T Pl"" .il vjltSH iajjaa a ( . . rt l N i - RAILROAD PLAN TO on nn nnnunl Jmitn. would brtvo noon lftrnoly In oxormfl of $3.000.000 nn In, cronso, slncn tlio government tool chargo of rnllroad wngoa In llio Adnn Ron net, of npproxlmutoly J2.45O.O0O,-00- ii&U crt fn 0 I1LU Uy GET BATES' . ,i .. OOI f i Propose to Reduce Wages and . . KetUrn 1 Soiiiebovv It nil reminded John Henry of the summer two yeurs ugo When he had beiiu Hnlesmuii for the In ,,, ,. nearly nil of the leading-railroad- s ...w.w Special wiD "" "" ".., j, n,rrnro. i. 1(1111111 J, .....i... itil. IlllllllUO tin itm i do not tho railroads tako tholr modi., lied Star bad tried Luwiiuuiner comUU illU tfltfc' pany und to Fell ti machine Cuylor, chairman of tho Association clno llko anybody el30? to a pietty girl in u sumll town up In of Hallway Ktecutlvcs, inado tho folanswor lie-- In soverat facts Tho Vhenocr John Henry Connecticut. lowing statement: 1. Tho railroads wero not per- "At n meeting of tho Association mlttcd, as were other Industries, to thought of her standing there lu the It of Hallway Executives 'charges during tho years of dooiwtiy of the little old farmhouse, 1 determined by tho rnllroads of tho' prosperity, making posslblo tho nccu with the sun In her hutr uud the blue United States, to seek to bring about mulatlon of n surplus to tldo them sky In fler eyes, he was conscious of a reduction In present railroad wages over tho present extreme, ndvorslty. a little Jump In 'his licait beats. which havo compelled maintenance According to the reports of tho Inter- - j lie doted his ejus uud the whole of tho present rates. stato Commorco Commission, the rate scene cmne buck to him. lie had An application will bo mado lm- on property Investment of spoken eloquently of the way u lied modlatoly to tho United States Hall of return tho r""Vua"" "L ,"'" r",lVi.States tor Star Special worked. VTn -- , Hoard for a reduction In road Labor 1 wouldn't buy "A luwti nuiWL-rf .?rnJ" .rV! follow'.. S? a luwn mower If I hud so much money SUIIIClOJIl IU IU1IIUVU HID iiaiimimui of tho Increases mado by tho Labor RATE OF RETURN EARNED that I luid to hire" u bunk to take BY RAILROADS OF THE cure of It. Look nt Unit one under the Board'B decision of July 20, 1020, tree there works u few minute which would Involve n further UNITED STATES ON a day und sleeps nil the rest of the Hon of approximately ten per cont THEIR PROPERTY time. Does nothing but cut grns.3 flow and for n reduction In tho wagos of INVESTMENT. I bate nil othor classes of railroad labor to one jenr's end to niiotlior. 4.S4C 1312 .. tho going rnto for such labor In sevgrtifS nnd trees and oh! very much 5 1T, 1913 eral territories whero tho carrlos opund Inunniowors. If jou were selling 4 llVe 1011 erate. , city puvenients and ciowded street ..4.20 loir. ...... (.art or something that really lived, To Reduce Rates as Wages Go Down. (Fiscal Year) G.909!v 1016 ...... Tho foregoing nctlon Is upon tho Mr. Agent, I'd buy. liut as It is, I'll 191C (Calendar Year) C 1C understanding that concurrently with mivo my money for cuifurorto u place .5 20 1917 -Bitch reduction In wages tho benefit grnss that needs to 3 rl7, . where there Is no 1918 of tlto reduction thus obtained shall, be cut." 1910 2 46 with tho concurrence of tbo Interstate She had turned on Her heel nnd :. 0 32 1920 . Commerce Commission, bo passed on In John Henry'- public In tho' reduction of exIt will thus bo noted that during slammed the door to tho rnllroad rates, except In so fac tho yearn when other Industries wero face. isting He gno a sigh as he remembered' as this reduction snaii umu bcon , making very largo profits, when tho .. . prlcos of farm products and tho wages the picture she hud made In her pink rondo in tho meantime cheeks Tho . . managements navo iiocmou 0( labor were soaring to unheard of gliighnni dress, her . . liinlp .. t m m upon mis course I.. .ilKHt nf ""; uoiguis, tuo earnings upon, rauroau Hushed with anger ut lawn mowers realization of the fact that tho whools Investment In tho United States wero uud life In general. He was wonderciusuu of Industrial activity navo ueen depres- held within very narrow limits nnd ing where she was now and If she down to a point which brings thnt they have during tho past four hud eer saved up enough money for entire public years progressively declined. sion and distress to tbo carfare, when u soft cxcliimutlou dono to and that something must bo Roads Handicapped More Than Other from the doorwaj made him turn start them again In operation. Business. quickly nrnunil. Tho sltuntlon which confronts tho "Ob, what beauties! What perfect aro responsible to 2. Tho Tho railroads Is extremely critical.oporat-in- g tho publicrailroadsproviding adequate beauties!" came lu tones of hushed for railroads In J920 renllzed a net upon transportation. Their charces aro fervor. income of nbout $62,000,000. limited by public authority, and they' There, but for the glnglmm dress "- property iiivesiinviii . . u .1nMnA I.. ....... .a.i,o -- nanis... lt.nlnl.1.. ... und tho angry discontent, stood Uie 000.000,000, and oven tills nmouni oi nnn nnn back mall pay fori for labor) compelled to spend money girl from- Connecticut I Her French ,.,VVV.V- - inrluiled -years received from the govern- on n basisxflxed by public authority. heeled slipper nnd blue georgette frock flrlor within which they aro ment of approximately $04,000,000. Tho margin earn a return upon their proclaimed her very much of the city, thu showing, when the operations permitted to to offer Inducements to cltllled but John Henry knew her In of that year nlono tiro considered, nn- investment .. or au Instant. .. i'.u " i""".u actual deficit licrore mawim uiij- divl-- , "How much nre they?" she went betterments Is extremely limited. Intorest or lownnco for either . . However much the railroads might on, while he continued. Inadequately ' to mop his brow. "1 do not know how to reduce therefore Tho year ended In serious deprcs- desire, In times of dopresslon, their I cun use one exuetly in an apart-- I and charges It will f nlon In all branches of Industry, I'd Just . i,.i rfunHnn nt iho market bo perceived that tho limitations sur- - ment but somehow I thinksuppose I one around I demand for and tho prices of basic. roundingtheir action do not permit love to hove ns a sort of hatrack efm uroau uuu could uso It cu commodities, resulting in a very sen-- uicm iu b Tory ens falling off in tho voume of traffic. ciuaiiu uuiicies wnicn niignc bus!-- fect. Painted black, with a rosebud properly govern otlfcr Hues of ' pattern on the handle, It might be quite Roads For To Defer Maintenance. ness not thus restricted effective." In Mi la nliuatioil. a policy of the It has been urged upon tho rail- She paused a moment In deep most rigid economy and of postponing In ..w,. stimulate traffic and that rates will i thought, and then suddenly Inquired: mo uuhu m anil culling io Increased "I don't suppose by any chance of the properties was adopted by tjio traffic will protect tho carriers from Specials?" ThW was nt the price the loss Incident to a reduction rallnnd". in. these are Ited Star time she looked defor-Tln- g Then for the first of neglecting and for tho time rates. Tho railroad managements work which must hereafter and cannot disguise from themsolvos that straight at John Henry. Illeecker at the near future be done nnd paid this suggestion Is, merely conjectural street outside wus beginning to wuke nr Thia u Illustrated - by tho fact and that an adverse result of tho ex- up, for from u block or so off enme the . . " ": that, m of Septomiier w, ,ment ,d bo dlsa8troU3 noti, softened Jungle of n hurdygurdy and . . . . ,. In number, or Tf, ner cent or 374.431 uiaaj lu iv tnuiuuuiii uut fcu iiio uuu- - n boy's voice singing so thnt they li'n frnlcht cars of the carriers wero He. whose supremo need Is adequate could bear the words quite plainly: in bad order and needing repairs, as transportation. I Against n normal of bad order cars of Consequent? tho railroad manage-- , ' "A veranda with some sort of cllnelne not more than 160.000; nnd ns li ments cannot feel Justified In placing And vine. a kitchen where the rambler roses the deferred these instrumentalities, so essential further Illustrated climb." other and Inadequate maintenance of struc-turo- to tbo public welfare, at the hazard "Oh I" said the girl. "It's you. Mr. equipment nnd of roadway and of such an experiment based solely Agent, Isn't It?"" upon such a conjecture. v.van imHnr those, conditions, ana "Yes," answered John Henry, rather Farmers Especially Need Lower Rates ,,roathl'L.bsly. ..j huu just becn wonder-th- e with this largo bill charged up against1 ( It Is evident, however, thnt oxlsting ug whether you ever saved up future which must spon bo pro-vldod for and paid It tho carriers ara- transportation charges bear In many cnol,gi,Curfnre, nnd then I looked up iui' to perform successiuuy, muir cases u uispropuruunnie reiauonsnip nn(j cr ..ou nreM ,, , , duties tho result of op"era- - ' to the prices at which commodities tTons for tho nrst eight inontha of can bo sold In tho market and that' ' Is a this year, tho latost avnllable figures, 0XlHtlns labor and other costs of trans. llet"e boi ' volce 0UteWe' "C!,rer has been at a rate of net railway ' portion thus Imposed upon Industry "l,s 'lmo- operating Income, bofore providing for and ngrlculturo generally n burden "When you saw me that day i or dividends, amounting to greater .than thoy should boar. This t interest only 2.6 per cent, per annum on tho js especially true of agriculture. Tho wouldn't even tnlk civilly to you about valuation of the currier propertlo3 raliroad managements aro fooling ' luwu mowers though wo really did they mado by tho Interstate Commorco sensitive to and sympathetic with tho need a new one Just because coun-jtCommission In tho recent rato ense, j distressing sltuntlon nnd desire to do stood for the grass nnd trees and nmount not sufficient to pay the everything to assist in relloving It that . try. I thought 1 was 'fed up.'" interest on their outstanding bonds. 13 compatible with their duty to fur- - j "Today," she continued, "when I I nisn mo transportation wuicu mo sav your green sign, I would give uoy RonHs Earnlnns Far Below public must navo. to bo nmulng one up thing I jioss-esReturns. Reasonable und down, up nnd down- -" u I, manifest, from this -showing. tHnCI. """ imIIIB l, IIWW, 1WI MI,' .. A illU Tv ""Here," sjIiI John Henry, throwing or u that tho rato ol return or u lni,or wi,ell is tbo h.mdle of his choicest grade A per cent or tho first two years after- JJJ CJ March 1. 1820, nxed In tho transporta- I 0JkB lya,b0,gb7aJIlllede them ttt 20(1 Into her hand. "Try It. I fen do" buck Quito solemnly they tatlon act as a minimum roasonnblo m hom Tho rnllroad8 0( tho coun. roturn upon raliroad Invostment, has t M (n 1!)20 a (otal ot conB,or. ' nnd forth over the dusty lioaiiis or much I OVCIl npproxlmated Henry's Illeecker street store, tho 1101 nCOIl ., ... ..!,,!. nn.l lint flin nrosont nM oyer ji(3oo.0OO.00O to unskilled John t jcmiiu-i- , or their iiiiiigmiiiioiis JI10H labor alone. However ldeslinblc It wlslilng-cnrpehigh rates accordingly nro not due may bo to pay this or that bchodule tiiklug them far uwny to home grass-o- f guarantee of earnto any Btntutory wages, It Is obvious that It cunnotl covered .lope lu Iho Connecticut hills. ings, for there Is no jmch guarantee. be pnld out of rnllroud earnings unless Then, suddenly, cntchlng ench other's nnalyzln'g tho expenses which In the industries which uso the railroads eye, they broke Into u gale of laughhavo largely brought nbout this sit- aro capable of meeting such charges. ter such ns Illeecker street had never by far uation. It becomes evident that The railroads, nnd throuKli (lie in tho hampered in heard before. tho, largest contributing cuuse Is the people Kcncrully. aro also by x a vchedulo their efforts to economize cozy and warm. a lubor cost. of work I tic rules and conditions now In "Just tho railroads pay out to force as a heritage from the period of Like a dolre rest don n on the farm" dolupheld by tho RailFederal control and from Just outside tho door ns labor approximately COc on the Hoard There conditions are cunie lar they receive for transportation road Lnbor uneconomic ami unnecessary the boy passed .byi expensive, services, whereas In 1916, 40c, on tho from the point of view of railroad opeia-tlo- n "'Cozy nnd warinl' Giuelous, what and extremely burdensome upon the dollar went to lnbor. public which, pays the bill. This schedule unholy sentiments on a day like this," On the first day of January, 1917, of wages nml of worklnir conditions predealing equltubly laughed the girl. when tho government took charge vents the railroads from acoountance with "The "down ou tho fiinn' part Is nil, with their labor costs In of wages through tho Adnmson net. rapidly chaiiKlne conditions and the ereat though. Isn't It?" ho ttsUed. Ills the labor cost of the railroads had variety of local considerations which right, were smiling, but there was u ouRht to control wages In different parts lips not exceeded the sum of about The annually. In 1920 when of the country. rules railroads are seeking determined something In Ids eyerf and and working; condito have tlie-jhis voice was perhaps not quite us governmental authority made tho last tions abrogated, The railroads will seek a reduction In steady as usual. wago Increase, the labor cost of the waees now proposed by Aral requesting Tho girl nodded, nnd a pretty blush railroads was about $3,698,000,000 the sanction of the Railroad Labor Hoard. or, If continued throughout The railroads will proceed with all pos- spread oer her cheeks. soon as the d as the year Instead of for the eight, sible dlsputch. and shall have clven Us Labor Hoard "'A love nesf thut's nn awfully-prettmonths during which tho wago nssent to the reduction of waees the hong," snld John Henry, rather reduction lu rates will be put Into wero In effect the labor cost, .. .. . breathlessly. effort, k V Thousands of Rate Already Reductd. Indeed, during tho paet year thoro ,,avo noon "otwoan four and fivo thou- fULL TEXT OF THE PROPOSAL snnd Individual reductions In freight , rates. On somo railroads tho reduc tions In rates havo amounted to mora Statement by Thomas De Witt Cuyler, than tho reductions In wages, so far mado, and on many other railroad Chairman of the Association of tho reductions In wnges allowed n Railway Executives, on the not roturn on operations, but merely Situation. provided against tho further accumulation (it a deficit. !. .f.lni In nfAii kA1a Ihnl frl Following n moating In Chicago. Oc ....' " """,l ",."!"," , "V:,"" ""!" ' All IIIO OaVintJ IIV UorinotinM In Pharonc ncUUbllUII III blldlfiUb. - annually. In tho light of thoso flgufoi, It li manifest Hint tho rorcnt reduction ot WdROfl nntliorltcd by tho Inbor board, osllmntod nt from Id lo 12 per com jn no ?ons? moots or sowot mo Prob. Cl.,iA. I.IMKY li.C.l-w i. ( .. ?o&atftu .MrClure Nw.pt (. ., j. 1911, by ,. f rnnlq nnil In nn wnv mnkoa It poaslblo for tho railroads to nffqnl n rrductlon In their revenues. fio nbovo John told an liidiuci-eti- i A lllllll IMUU.U C'IUImHI lilk p.lllltiMl Slgll Ullll llUil llll'l till mid set It NWliigiii guitiy lo tluiu-y- CALL ON US ! Httcet, torpid In the August bout, there wus not u sli;u of life; it might liuve bceil u ut'serled vllluge. '"Not a creature was stirring, not sun-bake- d Henry of iIA lawn mower. Up mid down the otd huaii. it world I bin luiiu llieucUor sticul vuld. even u mouse,"' Henry to himself. murmured John For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In Tln.. ,,. --- fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. wmai0 BLA2TZZ DEEDS, If You J" ro--d- MORTGAGES, Aon IN STOCK. N have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" ;in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. . Hartford Printing Company INCOItrOKATED d I HARTFORD, KENTUCKY, 4 i ! i i v. !.., .- .. .. """" - Schlleman in 187 C buried with their TAX COMMISSION FIND BATH IN WHICH treasures In tho famous shaft graves IS SUED BY BANK KING SLAIN, BELIEF of Mycenae. Below this again are tho tombs Taiik in Which Spouso Killed King of sUll earlier periods, going back to Question Kight To .Check Intangibles For Assessment. "Who Led Greeks Against Troy about 2000 B. C. In addition, the British archeolo-gist- s - FrinWoit, Ky r.'ov. f, Te right In Myccnn Ruins. new chamber of found several the State Tax Commission to go Athens, Oct. 18. Some very In- tombs In the Mycenae cemeteries. into banks and check up intangibles teresting discoveries have been made Tho two largest tombs Juat discover I held by the institutions as collateral by tho British School of Archeology ed have not yet heen cleared. In the la Invnlvml In n ?! ftlnri triAnv In (ha In this season's work at Mycenae, tho entrance to one were found palntd PrankUn circult Court by th6 Capttal ancl3ut Greek city which already has vases, gold and amethyst beads and Trust Company of this city against, yielded some of (he most iemarkable five splendid intaglio seal stones. On! the tax commission. The suit was" and findi bearing rn the epic i.eriirt two of these are standing lions god-do- brought by the local bank on behalf w'.'uh prtcedid the dawn of authen- tho figure of the great mother of all the banks of the state and seeks dressed In the elaboratly flounc- to enjoin the commission from checktic history. One of these discoveries Is of a ed and gathered gown worn by My- ing up the Intangibles held as colIn'the palace of .th.e Aero- - cenean women, tank bath lateral. The banks aro represented Ono of these big tombs has an polls at Mycenae which suggests the by T. Kennedy Helm, attorney, of that it may havo be'n tho ( trance passage nearly 100 feet long Louisville. legendary bath of Agamemnon In and six feet wide. The tomb chamber Circuit Judge It. L. Stout took the. feet squaro and lies case which he is reputed to have been j is twnty-on- o under advisement. Ho also has thirty feet below the level of tho under consideration the case of Pllo murdered by his wife Clytomnstra. At a'.l events, if Agamemnon wero ground. It is believed they contain Combs for a writ of mandamus to an historic person, he should have j articles of great historic value. compell H. V. Bastin, superintendent lived In this palace for It was built of the refroniatory, to release him TO TEACH COXSKKVATlON' about 1,400 years before Christ and J from the Institution. Combs, a prls''' was destroyed before the end of the. oner sent up from Letcher County Instill" hablts-o- f conIn an effort to Twelfth Century B. C. contends that If he had been given Mycenne was ono of the most lm servation In tho pupils of the public proper allowance for good behavior As- portant cities of ancient Greeks and j schools, the Pittsburg Teachers' he would be ellgiblo for release' from wus the fabled seat of Agamemnon, soclatlon has ndopted n plan wnicn the Institution. The case probably every comson of the king of that city and most might well be followed In will go to the Court of Appeajs for a The slogan ot the move- construction of tho law ruler In Greece It wasn munity. allowing Agnmeninon whom the Greok histo- ment is "We Don't Destroy." The prisoners time for good behavior. rians credit with having led the chief points urged will be careful Judge Stout previously has held unGreek expedition against Troy. On handling of textbooks nnd care nnd der habeas corpus proceedings that his return from that expedition, ho economy In tho uso of school equip- the State Board of Charities and Corwas slain. In tho trngedy of Aeschy- ment. rections Is without authority to gradlus, the scene of tho murder Is laid uate tho time allowed prisoners for s, in the' palaco of Agamemnon at Y. 51. C. A. rOIt ItUSSIA good behavior nnd that they must somo miles distant from Mybe nllowo dthe maximum of ton days cenae. As a memorlnl to Sir George Wil- a month. Tho board allows thorn Tho bath uncovered by British' In- liams, foundor of the Y: 51. C. A., seven days a month for the first year. vestigators is lined with red stucco John AVunamaker or Philadelphia has j cjght days a month for the second. nnd Its sides are composed of steps. donated funds to erect n V. M vj. . vear ami ten tiavs a inunin iur uiu The palace which was discovered In In Moscow, Hussln. Mr. Wannmnk-o- r third nnd succeeding years.- completely clear 1886 has now been said tho association was much ed an the result of this season's ef nooiiui tb urn tixlnv and its Influences "The doctor said he'd have mo . ,. . Th,s , Mlo walking again in two- - weeks." forts, One of tho most Interesting , n. "Well, didn't ho do It?" parts ot It Is tho great ha.l. or Mega - gxth y M Q A doated t0 f0rolgri ron. In which Is a raised dorenionlal Jnn flg by JIr Wanainaker. "lie did, indeed. 1 had to sell my auto to pay" his bill," circular hearth mane 01 jiuinn.-- onw-c- o 'and having floors of tho samo magypsum. "Dobson Is always bragging about terial edged with slabs of FOR FLETCHER'S "The walls of thehall wero covered his courage. Is he really cool In tho F face of danger?" with painted fresco which suffered Well, his feet are." New York much in the tire which dostroyed the Settlement Worker Is your hus- - s palace." Somo fragments of thess. mm decorations were found. They repre- band a stoady worker? 5Iandy Well, It's dls way. When Landlady What portion of the sent elaborately drssd womn with dat man nab nothln' to do ho shuro chicken would you like, 51r. Newcom- auburn hair. The domestic quarters of tho palace am steady, but whon ho done, got a 0r? Mr. Newcomer Oh, half of It will wero much destroyed, but In them job he am de most unstoadlest man bo ample, thank you. wero found a ow of Jars and a shrlno Ah knows. Legion Weekly. t with the remains, of painted stucco "Whon you 1oarded 'at my motu- She (after much turning and nltars. er's house why did you take a spoon-HusbaUnder the floors of tho palace have prlmplng) Do they show? ful of medicine every time you got What, your ankles? n yet been found scanty remains of She No, silly, I don't mind ray up from the table?" edifice, dating probably frora earlier ''The doctor told me always to take-I mean my oars, of course. 1G00 to 1400 B. C. Thore probably nnklos. the medicine on an empty stomach." Fellowship Forum. tho kings who wero found by lived bs nnu-prfi- it Ar-go- ( ( .- i.i, or -- - l' s. KaJSSf ff ii ' . ':::,'r aMrru s ,,. t ' u love-nes- t, To-da- y Olilldxen Cry CASTO R A e nd Hall-roa- y ... Ren-er- al ' wmfn-- ni r r "t js,.a(' 52s2a!C. 'ZH3: wj&ggi&mmzmjumwiMM.-- ?W5?WSi ta T SCHOOL DAYS ' VISING j ' BOaiMr KIT'S DltKAM. Insulted TAimY mooring when alio went Mllfl.tlie Irnrn nml found five traps fo foil highly wliero lrie.i." In- the mice said Mrs. ThWy ft" lmr four kittens. "Just ns If ow;Jtl tint anltcnd to this without tiH-irnr around. "Oillttran, 1 want yon to p.ty strict siTtralioi) to nlmt I any, for jou arc iiw tint vcnoucli 10 help, niul It niny Vti Shat tl flinve Riven more time to gjtnjrtes; .xttih you thnn to my work. Xow Tou miust lielp. I wnnt citeh iC tto watch nenr one of these nMnouso nins out of ftfcs, 3vnie 41on't let lilm Ket Into tho tarstfl BIitVL wear "holes "Tli? "very si ?? nrH-ttlip- trujn-K3iT- CII HIM." AXloritellliifr her children this, Mrs. 1W9? rat down to wntcli near tho fifltSs ttrap 1irself. nnd soon nil were set watching for n mouse tlmt Stirsot ench other. 'Cwnnry Kit, howcrcr, grew tired of tRmifcleg and after stnrlng hnrd a ty thj VC3- - f two fat mice-ruout of the set to watfli. Up Jumped "Kit and pounced upon thorn, n Con;; Sinus st Uie hole ho wns to wntcli Bicxjjeijw sleepy nnd, curling up on the ffmTC, xoh was fast nsleep. TSnsniy Kit lind the mouse on his enito?,. though, aihI so lie dreamed aifteoai nsiicc, and In 'TiN d renin he BtW'U-wns TSKHwy sacSil--i aw anrt n mouse In each paw. .none of the others will he nt I m," dreamed Tommy HE RIGHT THING AT THE RIGHT TIME . a3r&ARY MARSHALL DUFFEE BoCeojlBr Vj clii-plic- r is n minor In which every one Imape. Goethe. ".ffUJ? bousing j many of us nre eltfier rwjyxrsfor 'bdlldlng houses and we are erosinx up against unaccustomed probir-os- problem Is a bigger sck now limn it has ever been 'rwrore 'In this country. There-Dwv- - a i 3ViE first "thing whether 'jmvlinyn ''house to remember, stranger from a total lems- neighbor, is HjaT fljje tTJtnsaetlon Is purely one of Pwishhw. It should fie carried oil In tm. aJyvontey businesslike way. Just iKOttjow j, on 'know the man you are tnirinx tli boue from Is no reaon Tijw Jon should not have everything ahtnst: It jnit Jiwii In the legal form. tVjVC "because the man who Is BpjytR)?; tlip Jiouse from you Is a friend oKj?JT5rs1s no Teason why you should RtI amor wffense becausp be wants to lieTnjwIy liuslnessllke ahottt the transhk RrvM j-j- next-doo- r Jl act: nrv Either 'hand, tlie well-bret'jtQtivruiv-J)U- r of n house tries always courteous thing. If you nre wJftiyi: a house and know that - It vmn7iM.' .a gre.it enmentence to those 'It to titke possession a few iWrf tor n.Vad of the specified time, let d e ! fjx- - tiie 'iy j Kiwwwniner when jou sell a house, tBtf fjti garden goes with It. If you twnartr tm ;tranplmit any of your favort JCVwrers after the house Is sold It 4 tto vonrteons thing to .ask permls-- 1 the persons jou hnve sold It ripuiendjer tlmt once the deed everything about the house uk Ik-T-. sf not to you, who have sold It, vJVtva.- you are sllll living In It, trm ts the person vUn 'has bought It. Ati3 although you are entitled to live Tit, Ir. nxU the d.ite agreed upon, you n vmT entitled to tale anything itvsasr from It that goes with the house. buy a new homo It Is W?n syilfini 7(nihn1iU that your friends will It. The best way to avoid von te-Mn?fttsvrii Tooling and to innke mat-'ar- s nt.y Tor you Is to specify a tsJsTi flute when you will be nt home ft ire. Xiui now 'house. It Is even n good plan to give an iufiumnl w Tm to welcome your n your new houso and thus rw isfvo tln-- n clmncn to see It. Cppyrisht.) - 't; Xl vr. i)oif j j-- i some--frtix- vzzzz? J Kia ,ciiotovcrR uauiitr rpyste.ry. r3titfockVd: AWFUL Here.'ljuterrlbl T IS a good plan to have as much is the Underwear we recommend and stand back of Without a fear or care its posMble of the preparation for ' The ether ocean navigate, our feast d.iy done the day before. if you seek the higher quality of fabric and finish. Some things are belter done ahead of The muster of the nlr. if you're looking for perfect fit and underwear comWith sudden speed he mountcd'hlgh time, for example, cranberry jelly nnd '' : fort. ' In clouds afar to fade Mulling the turkey. A turkey which Is stulTed the day before It Is roasted, The easy sailor of the s,ky, if you believe in real economy. g Ail on t nnd tiuafrnld. Is of much better lluvor, ns the if you'want the biggest value for your money. has ti chance to work Into the. if you like to choose from a wide range of styles and And then he cainc returning, down fowl. Allncu nnd pumpkin pies may Within my vision's ken, bo made early so that on Tlntnks-givin- g fabrics. Above the field, nbove the town, day only the less Important j We know ye can sell you complete underwear satis- things nre left to be done. Above the sea again. ' faction in Munsingwear. yilh many n long nnd graceful sweep ' Celery may be unshed, wrapped In Cop right.) We especially invite you to give us a trial. a cloth and laid In a cool place. Nuts He circled near anil far, A happy ship upon the deep. may be cracked, and ninny little things I Ultie heavens like a star. which take time, can bo attended to I the dny before. A salad which will ho enjoyed by Yet there were' men who did not see in a Name?" oeryone may he all ready to serve. The wonder In the blue. By MILDRED MARSHALL Or look upon lilm lnnguldly, The lettuce washed, drained and Fact about rourmrar; its hlitory; meanAs mortals often do placed in a cool, airtight place to ing; wnencc it was df rlvf d; significance! things keep crisp. So busy with their your lucky dy and lucLy Jewel. They neither saw nor heard For the dressing, take two The music of his bentlng wings, of chopped green pepper, one tnhlcspoonftil of chopped red pepThe beauty of the bird. GEORGIA. per, one tnblespoouful of minced pars(Copyright.) ley, one small Spanish onion chopped, O has a deeply religious a teaspoonful of powdered sugar, a GKOItGIA Mining the Murlnlte tnblespoouful of salt, of ' Christians who have a tradition a cupful of vinegar and thrce-quar- HOW DO YOU SA IT? that Georgos was a Christian sentinel ters of a cupful of gobd olUc oil, or By C N. LUR1E ut Damascus who connived at the esauy sweet vegetnble oil may be used, ( cape of St. Paul when he was let but It will not have the delicious fla- - j Common Errors in English and down In the basket, and was therefore vor of the olle. Slinke nil together How to Avoid Them put to death. The next (5eorgo was a In n pint mnson Jar a at We have opened for business in the building forCappadoclan saint and martyr In Intervals, then place In h cool place. whose honor Kmperor Constantiiie"' This dressing will keep for two weeks, "EVERY ONE ARE." merly occupied by W. E. Ellis & Bro., on Clay Street, erected j church at llvzuntluui. J and Is called Sherry's dressing. This and will handle a complete" line of T!ir6ughout all early clutrcn (tlstory UEItE Is always a strong ten Is especially good with tender head letGeorgius appears as saint, martyr or dency among w titers or speakers tuce or Chinese cabbage. hero until, finally, the famous St. ' When milking the pumpkin pie, Just toinake a erb agree la number George of (lie Dragon legend became ' with the noun that Is nearest to the add a few drops of lemon extract with renowned In England I vprh In position In the sentence. For the gluger used in seasoning, and noCuriously enough, though George ' example, tnnny persons use such sen tice the Improvement iu ilnvoiv. penetrated every country of the west, tences ns the following: "Every one Cnmbero fnippe Is a delicious way being adopted by England, France, ' of these letters were signed by me," of" serving that berry. Strain the Hungary and Germany, the feminine Is without recognizing tho grnmnintlenl cooked berries, using two cup fills, a cupful of sugar and h pint of unter, quite a modernism. It wits not until error involved. comparatively recent years Hint Anne The subject (nominative) of the sen- two tnblespootifuls of lemon Juice to of Denmark was Instrumental in hav- tence is not "letters," but "one," modl-Jle- d set tile color, and freeze us usual. ing a godchild of hers christened Georby "every." One Is in the singular If the berries are 11 rich red, thq We will pay the highest market price for all kinds gia Annu. She was the tirst English number and requires, therefore, a frappe will, be a luscious watermelon obpink. Serve In tall glasses with the Georgia, though the name Is said to singular verb. "Letters" Is In the produce. "A SQUARE DEAL TO ALL" is our have existed previously on the contl-neu- t. ject le case, governed by the preposi- turkej'. moto. Give us a trial. It Is possible that this., sniuo tion "of." You cannot say, "Every If one has gathered the firm green Georgia Anna coupled her two mimes one were signed,'" nnd the use of tho tomatoes before the frost bus nipped, for the sake of euphony and Is re phrase "of tho letters" does not them and wrapped ench In a square of sponsible for the Georgmna which Is change the grammatical rule Involved. paper, plnclng them In it very cool now so popular In all English-speakinTherefore, Instead of saying "Every- cellar, they will be ripe nnd firm to one of these letters were signed by use for n salad for n Thanksgiving countries. Phone 89-- 2 HARTFORD, KY. Tbo French adopted Georirln. but me," say "Eery one of these letters dny supper. was signed by me." quickly changed her to Georglne and Cider Salad. Of course, thty same rule applies to Georgette. Gerinany liked Geprglna .To ono quart of sweet cider, ndd und took her oer, making her one of "each." Do not say, "Each of these f her most popular feminine names. letters are initio;" say, "Ench of these the julco of two lemons, ono nnd cnpfnls of boiling water, four tn- England has a form Georgluu mid letters is mine." '(Copyright) blespoonfuls, of gin mil a ted gelatin, ' I'ortugal Is responsible, for Georgetta. cupful of sugar, two cup-ful- s In America alone does (lie original TICHENOR-LEAC- H of seeded nnd skinned white Georgia seem to nourish. grnpes. Soften the gelatin In one-hnl-f Georgia's tnllsmanlc gem Is the Successors to Itrown & Jitrnagin cupful .of cold water; add the hot wibloodstone, which has strong therapeuttier, tlien the other Ingredients. Let tic powers nud not only preserves Its Dcdler in '"tiSil before adding the grapes. Turn DO WE BLUSH? wearer from dunger nnd disease but into small molds nnd chill. It Is said to be a curative In hemorA NY shock or emotion which makes rhages uml other disturbances of the M the heart pump an extra suppl blood. Tuesday is her lucky day and the arteries and i her lucky number. The violet, veins of blood Into the face will give which supply Cop) right, 1921, Western Ktwipjtptr Union. signifying modesty, Is her llower. rise to tho reaction which we cull (Copyright.) of course, : "blushing." The emotion, -- Omust 'be one of tho variety which the: causes the heart to beat faster than Excitement, embarrassment usual. GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. A LINE 0' CHEER proMetr.3 ir or anger will canse this, while rear, ' 5o which retards the nctlon of the heart. ' tKe. world Main Street. will cause the opposite effect, proBy John Kendrlck Bangs. HARTFORD, KY. .bovrt I never Une-j ducing u pale white look. teFore,, 11 ecu use the shock or emotion must j J Since. Ive. retct be one to which we are not accus-RESOLUTION. tomed, some persons blush far more t CLKAIt HUN. 3ocit.li3tia books Park, this week readily limn others. A peron, for dust am I, and unto Tho protracted meeting nt Union I see, ovjkt PURK dust example, who Is not In the habit ot A great many of the folks from Qrovo, In charge ot day, somewhere, return Rev. Win. Savago listening to certain language will ' more Worry fMIIAMN I I must, I Char Hun attended the funeral ot of Beaver Dam, closed last week. " blush from embarrassment when he tlut wlillu 1 htne the breath of lite J Mrs. Ara Hollo Hrooks, at Uarnetts Thero were twenty-fiv- e No bit of litutant windy atrlfe. lieurg It the first few times but, If the ' applicants for ' Or blast of wrong. Creek, Tuoeday. baptism. experience Is continued, he will be! Dust though I be. Warnel, small sou ot James Jlnnley Mrs. I)o '.Ilia Park has been' on conio "hardened" and lose the ability j Shall e'er blow me tho Along. to blush which Is the reason that ' Is vory 111, of diphtheria. sick list for 'some time, but n And Und me high uud dry blushing Is considered to by, one of Itev. Honda. Wstorflefd and family In 1101110 wayfarer'a eye. the attributes of InnticenriC : of Illinois,, are visiting Mrs. Wester-field- 's (Copyright.) . CtopyfUht.) parents, Mr. and Mrs. T, C, llnitfortl Republican ?1.30 per year . four traps. "Why did you let him get past you?" scolded his Inother. "Your brothers have ench caught one. I nm nshnmed Hint n child of mine should he so stupid." "Hut I did rntch two," snld Tom my Kit, not quite stnc he had dreamed It. "I hnd one In each paw when the trap clicked. I could not catch three, tnolher, now could I, for I have only two front paws?" "Two mice ut the sumc time!" exclaimed his mother. Tommy Kit wits now wide nwnke. "I I fitiess I dreamed It," lie said. "I dreamed I caught two mice, one in ench paw, and I was Just going to show them to you when the trap clicked." Mrs. Tnhby quickly boxed her son on Jho car. "You fell nsleep, did .von?" she said. 'Now you sit hero and catch two' mice before you get n drop of mjlk." Off trotted Sirs Tabby with her other children, while Tommy ant sad ly watching the hole. Out ran three mice and Tommy inn after them. He caught one nnd then Seeing the other hiding behind n barrel he quickly went after Unit, while a third wns so" frightened he ran, right Into the trap. "I could not help it mother." exclaimed Tommy Kit, as he proudly displayed the mice. "That Is nil Haps nre good for," nl'd Mrs. Tnbh.v"to catch the third mouso whlju oti are chasing two, and now you children must catch two mice nnd drive the third Into a trap". We will soon clear this pluce and he rid of these Insulting traps as well."- Hut It was not long before all the kittens were sprawled out In the stin fast tixleep, for they bad cleared the" mice from the barn; but Tommy, If he had any more dreams, did not tell them to bis mother. Kir "I'll run right off to mother and show her what It smnrt Ron alio lias." "Cl.ItlKI" Tommy Kit opened hit eyes nnd there In the trap wits' n mouse, and tit the sound his broth era nnd mother turned nnd looked Tommy felt very much nshnmed, for there was not n mouse In the other warn jwBSaKBLMLmL PWMqWffyS tTwft!ipsB3SlMllHi I w tfin sm 1 IBMMMJuiiiMJMiLJgBCLJiJillSSL53.K tu tr Hi V- -, LYRICS OF LIFE Dy DOUGLAS MALLOCH irlotnerjiooJiDooK i We all might do nioro than wo have done. And not bo u wlilt tho worse. It was not IoltiK that emptied tho heart Nor siting that emptied tho purse. Anon. fcse i THE MASTER AVIATOR. THANKSGIVING GOOD THINGS. MUNSINGWEAR I SAW an aviator great. I . -- sens-sonin- -- "What's Carson Go. Hartford, Kentucky. (i mnn-mad- e table-(poonfu- ls Tff one-quurt- New Store uwwxaimuwwwjm. linlf-hou- T Groceries, Fresh and Cured Meats, Notions and Dry Goods. of g J. B. YORK & SON, one-hal- one-fourt- h WHY? MOTOR CO. , tfiuJbU 7Wtvtl cheto cheerful v Automobiles and Accessories , mtry 1 , I to i V IVJ-y"- . mm : :