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The Hartford republican: November 24, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921112401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 24, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. ' iriE I B03 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN .Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1921. Subscription $1.50 per Yeuv NUMBER 22 Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV JAPAN OBJECTS TO proposals ns effective against them KY. LIGHT AND POWER treated depends solely on them. Our FRANCE OPPOSES Is evidenced With tho alacrity Avlth feeling Is like thnt of your soldiers, DROP IN ARRESTS CO. CHANGES HANDS which they stood with all the other who felt thnt thoy were making war SUBMARINE EURO not on tho German people but on the FOR DRUNKENNESS RATIO OF NAVY CUT Powers represented at tho conference Japan Tallt.s Generalities. Germany ot the Hohcnzoltcrns, of milAnd Water Plant To' lie In All along tho Japanese havo been Unlit itarism and of Imperialism. What wo New Hniid- - Dec. 1., W. C. contending for genorat declarations Battleships Hold No Inter- aro guarding ourselves againstus,Is i Haynes Predicts , More Rigid Logan New Owner. Anglo-Ja- p Pact Up Again; Instead of specific enactments on the recrudescence, catastropho to of est For Briand; Wants that kind of Germany." definite Chlneso problems. The reso; t British-Paon 5-- 5 WarEnforcement Of lutlons nro right In their lino, parLighter Craft Tho Kentucky Light and Power ship's Ratio. . The Law. MltS. SMITH F1KST ticularly ns they do not refer back to Company, nperntlng tho local light WOMAN AMIS. COM'R. anything done In tho past. If Japan and water plant, cpinpluted u deal could get tho conference to date Chl- Tuesday by which ownership of tho Washington, Nov. 22. "Tho great Hy Charles Jllchclson 5lr. Chsrlle Smith was elected, or Washington, Nov. 22 Roy A. neso history Trom today sho- - would property wns acquired by Mr. W. C. fori chosen County Alms Commissioner Haynes, Federal prohibition commisInUho Courier-Journa- l. bo glad to join the othors in promis- Logan, of Pralrlo, Miss.", adjacent to battleship holds tio Interest France. What we want are subma- and keeper of the poor farm, by the sioner, In an Interview today predictWashington, Nov. 21, The Arms ing any and all things to hlna for West Point. rines, and light swift craft for coast l'snl Court last Friday Jut pr'or to ed that the passage ot tho bill prohibhns reached a Btagp tho future. properTransfer of tho Company's adjournment of that body. iting prescription of beer as modlclna big fight will cqmo when' ty here was mado for rcalcsiatc lo- defense. to everybody who has followort The first Mrs. Smith Is the first woman to together with the recent arrangeth- - course of International ronim-na-osThus Premier Arlstlde Briand sumtho attempt Is mado to resolve the cated near West Point, Miss., conhave been given this position in Ohio ments toEverything Is In tho nlr and being gqneral principles, tho obvious start sisting of 400 acres, 80 acres of which marized for The Courier-JournCanadian authorities to "kept there with a view to compro- of which process is the. delimitation night his Government's definition of county and In m far ns o.i- - knowl- prevent smuggling over tho Northern Is bearing alfalfa. edge goes, the first Jn this section ot boundary of tho United States and a mises later on. of tho boundaries ofChlna. Mr. Logan will assume charge of the French naval rolo. He added that Japan has never In any of tho It does not mean thnt every qjips-"tlo- n plant December tho limitation of submarines rfro the state to be entrusted with a simi- slmllnr tentatlvo arrangement relathe Light and Water wilt not bo satlsfacorlly Bottled, admitted that 51nncliurla,' or, the 1st., and will ruoye hP. family to Psed by Great Britain was unaccepta lar position. There wero twelve or tive to tho Jloxlcan border, would ov?rtnkon tho Mongolia ,woro Chlneso territory. It fifteen applicants for tho .position, make posslblo a moro rigid enforco-me- nt or thnt confusion hns this place about tho first of the com blc to France, first, because it depriv of tho Eighteenth Araondnicnt conference. Tho various d legations Japanls given a look Jn anywhere I ing year. ed that country bf her best means of but Mrs. Smith, tho lone woman, won ' know their way through tho appar- will be in Manchuria. , by which the properties safeguard at sea and, second, becauso out. Without speaking disparaging- nnd the Volstad act. The deal At the samo tlme-5Ir- . Alliance llobs Up Again. Haynes doent maze. Tho lntanglb'o, viscous was lousumated other nations possibly desirous of ly of any of the other aspirants It chanuo ownership e nlllance bob through Mr. S. A. Powell, building submerslbles were not repro-tat- e goes without saying that the Court clared that police statistics upheld tho fltato of the various qunstloii" 13 Tho simply llko tho dough, tlmt in tho i,od up nKaln today. A few days ago sentcd at Washington and thereforo could not havo made a moro suitable contention that enforcement ot proagent, of West Point .Miss. - thls vas regarded as maked, for the baking becomes firm 'jread. would not ue uounu by any agreement selection, ns this good lady Is, in ev- hibition has been efficiently conduct- consent Qf the British ery particular, suited and well quali- ed ever since the national law wont This llttlo explanation lb necesrnry jgcrap ,cnp j,jreached here. 51 KS. U. S. CARSON lest a recital of tho complication? that certainly, and tho Japanese probably. "There are several European Pow- fied for the Important" duty of caring Into effect. YIELDS TO 5IALADY dovcloped today should convey tho Now, wo nro back to tho policy of "Then has been a decrease of ers which regard tho submarines as 'for the Countv's unforttin-ttnmt about 60 per cent in tho numlor of idea that everything had .gone to pot Promlor David Lloyd Georgo at' tho Edesslc Carson, wife ot U. S. their bedt naval weapon," tho PreMra. TO GIVE BAZAAR arrests for drunkenness under nation Tho striking and plct;ircBquo fca- - Imperlnl Council, whore ho oxplaln- - Carson, died at their home In 'Hart- mier- observed. "Norway, Sweden, day was Premier Arlstldo ' ed that whuc no was not wedded to ford, Wednesday afternoon nt one Denmark and Holland all shared .this al prohibition,'.' ;safd 5Ir. Haynes. In turo of tho Ladies of the Hartford Methodist fifty-nin- e cities of tho United States, Briand's eloquent explanation ofjtho aninnco ho did not wish to o'clock, a,ftcr nn Illness of several view. Moreover, if our submarine Bazaar, having a population of 300,000 or perils and tho reductions In fcnd Japan; llkowlse "England Is months of cancer of tho stomach. Mrs. strength is limited as tho British de- Church will glvo a ono-da- y Tuesday, over, and a 'combined population ot nt the church basement, iagaln honing for a throe-natio- n agree- tho army she Intends to make Carson had Just turned Into tho 53rd sire, what Is to prevent Germany getsubstantial, nro not nonsn- - mont, the United States to bo the year of her lite. Sh was a consistent ting U boats built in the shipyards Nov. 29. Many handsomovnnd useful 20,000,000 the official figures show though a decrease in arrests for drunkenness tional, and the implication that tho third n the Asiatic concert, or even membqr of tho 51. E. Church South, of those; countries, whose output articles will bo on sale on this articles appropriate for every-- " from 316,842 in 1917 to 260,169 in other countries would stand by her if an understanding the five Great Pow and In health 'was useful to her would not be limited since they would 1918, to 172,659 in 1919 and to 109,-76- 3. ors represented at tho conference, to church and the community, always not Tie Jlartles to decisions --arrived day use, and for Xmas presents. her perils materialized into nttack. As has boen their custom for many guarantee tho peace ot tho Orient. .liipan Now Says "No." in 1920. bearing a part In work tor the uplift at by this conference?" years, a splendid dinner will be serv Outside tho conferonco oratory "Detroit reduced, the arrests for Tho British say there has been no of thos about her. She was origi Aims. . Denies Big Naval ed at noon, and all who partake have drunkenness from 19,309 In 1917 to were a number ot matters of greater change in thoir attitude. If that nally Miss Edcsslo Duke, M. Briand .flatly denied the. exist assurance in advance that tho service 5,244 in 1920. scs- - statement is correct there is not a cor- importance to tho success of tho Besides her husband sho Is surviv ''The Boston pollco department rerespondent In Washington compc- - ed by two young sons, Joseph and ence, in tho official sense, ot any such will b up to the high standard set.slon than land disarmament. propogUlons as those published In a A cordial Invitation to all Is extend ported 5,287 fewer arrests for all vQur nnval proposals, which were ' to interview a British statesman William, and numerous other rein New York morning paper today, to ed. Rocelpts .are to accrue to the causes in. 1920 than from drunkentho other without an Interpreter. "accepted In principle" tlves. the effect thnt France demanded na- benefit ot the church, and the ad ness in 1919. For the State ot mixing pot. Wo day, ar.e fairly In tho So, all along the lino, the conferAt the time of writing this article, by our capital ship proportion ence concert Is out ot tune. Tho on- - complete funeral arrangements had val parity with Japan plus tho right vancement ot Its work. at largo the arrests for stand to construct capital ships to be begun nnd nowhere lookers are not even agreed as to drunkenness in 1920 were 32,580 of will in 1926 "but .not put In commission 1,805 XBS. OF WEED not been made, although burial as against 77,925 in 1919. ' aldng tho American line Is thero any what M. Briand got. SOLD FROM ONE ACRE take place at Oakwood, after Ihe until the "naval holiday" ends In weakening. suggestion of "In 1917 the arrests for drunken- From a diplomatic point of view conduct of funeral services, at the 1931 and as many submarines as England Is with us as far ns "five-five- " today's plenary session of the arms church. ness in New York were 14,182'; in Mr. Watt Stevens of the Dundee Britain or the United States would goes, but Is silent about the conference was a vast success. M. 1920 the number had dropped to possess under tho Hughes plan. The country delivrred the tobacco grown js ablo.to return to Franco TWO MEN SLAIN "three." In other words, she Premier declared that no such thesis upon one Here, last Saturday which copts the plan ot ultimate equality In. with what sounds llko a pledge that "Louisville Ky. reports 3,624 arIN BLOODY DUEL had been advanced or adopted' by the wolghed 1,805 lbs., receiving there- our navy and hers, says no moro in tho ovent of her being again atrests for drunkenness for the fiscal French delegation, which he added, fore $18.00, $10.00 and $2.00 for about tho Interruption of ten-yetacked by Gormnny she will have the Prestonsburg, Ky., Nov. 22. In a was Rtin Btndvintr tho nuestlnn of . the three classes, ine total amount year ended June 30, 1919 nnd only naval holiday, and will fight it , out support ot England and tho United bitter and bloody duel on tho streets 412 arrests for the same cause for received being $239.30 for the one France'3 naval requirements. with us In commltteo about subina- - states the year, ended June 30, 1920. Prestonburg 5Ionday afternoon, H. ot Iu another quarter I learn that tho i aero. i . rines nnd cruisers, but sh& declined to j jn tho American case particularly, D. Conway, 45 years old, mine operaa. "The numfier of cases of intoxicastory In question from ) Mr. Stevens ha cultivated tobacco tion in Cincinnati decreased emanated express nn opinion as to tho merit tlio pledge Is vaguo enough so that from 36 years old, A. J. Clark, tor, and upon this particular lot durlngthe 1920." of our proposal for Japan's navy. the people who always have heart-Japa- n private detective, both of Garrett, French nnval officers who merely ' years. A few years. ago 1,470 in 1918 to 335 in voiced their own inspirations to seo Past several has braced up. and tonight failure at tho suggestjon of "entaug-l- et . this county, killed each other. Both grew hurley upon the same plat LOUISVILLE MARKETS it bo known that bIio will never, iig alliances" cannot point their men were married and had families. U.elr country equipped with strung ho which he received $35.00 pel for never agree to hold her capital ships alarmed fingers at Mr. Hughes, for What precipitated the quarrel, which sea forces. As regards capital shirs, up. to 60 per cent of the number allowed taken out of the atmosphere ot tho was the result of bad feeling of. long itjs an oldsaying in Paris that the cwt. from the ground Cattle Supply fairly good for tho icusuu tum-- c uc;ub mum is iu to tho United States and to England, French Premier's speech, anu"dlvest-convoyin- g standing, was not known. After a day's trading. Little activity noted SNOWFALL IN provide residences for her adnilrals, the .Intention that, regard- - 0j 0f the embracing gesture that , IDAHO FOLLOWED BY RAIN and prices about on a parity with shot from Conway's, repeating shot-i- n many of whom are now homeless as of what happens, she. must have C0mpanled It, there Is nothing In first day's low tlmo. Prime light torn away most or Clark's tar as fitting naval accommodation Is had 70 per cent and thinks sho ought to wnat tho head of the American dele- - right shoulijer, I Uolso. Idaho, Nov. 22. Snowful of butchers, as well as medium kinds. the latter grappled havo 75 per cent. gallon said to bring the sllghteH j th hls artversary ln attempting to concerned last forty-eighours has alrea-liina- ii In light demand. Cow trade slowj. 51. Briand Is no more Inclined to Chinese Phase Still Knnilml. to the cheek nfthn most timid disarm him. .Breaking r away, J. Undertone weak in the heavy ste.cr Conapprovo whnt one FrenChman today . d' caused considerable inconvenient division, especially Tho Chinese questions are ns weh irreconcilable. on lnbetween way snoi v.iUr UBuu.. urK, 6"' way 0l "eiuy?u irains unci termed "our naval pipe dream" than'1 lno . snarled as ever. They did, It is true Good call continues for tho to the core, pursued Conway, who fled 8W0lleu streams, railroad and forest grades. Arthur J Balfour- was to sanction four 5MN LOSES EYE-Iadopt a resolution ombraclng across the street to a poolroom and 'ho Br,Ugh nnvy mena advocacv of service officials report, but the vpIuk best quality stockers and light feed.general principles for tho discussion HUNTING ACCIDENT locked himself in. Clark forced-thcommon prices; ers at prevailing th(? C0Mtrnct,on ot one capltai snIp to the dry farming and grazing inlef. of Chlneso uffalrs at the meeting ot trashy kinds slow and uneven. Best urn., uaniK m8 i.,oiui nun ;nnnuauy during the ten-yebuild- - eaiH "eil " w ,UB B"--a- i tho commltteo on Far Eastern and Messrs. James Floncr, John ICeown miur. At Idaho City vhere was a snowfall milch cows solfl about steady. . ,. Padlflc questions but tonight overy and Rny Dunn of Cromwell, we're out ie nunu, snui uunway uirougn i'0,!,.-- . fi Quotations: Prlmq heavy steers Ig lot twenty-thre- e Inches Saturday, but v delegation and Its stntelltes is quar- hunting Wednesday ot Inst week, heart. Building Iji Alwyann fi.C0; heavy shipping steers ,$5.50 ' reling over what Elihu lloot, who In- whon separated by a short distance, HARTFOHD ROY MAKING It was made cleur at French head G"; medium $5G.Q0; tat heifers.. since, leaving about ten Inches of tho resolutions, really the Intervening' spneo being obscurtroduced GOOD IN UNIVERSITY quarters that while the 1912 building $4.506; fat cows 34g4.50; meV meant. programme interrupted bv the War snow. ed by vegetation Mr. Dunn dischargdlllm $3(34; cutters $2 83; cannors Every convention of the myriads ed his gun In direct range with Fle- still exists, there Is no tendency to LOL Hj ijLSINEs"sSCH0OL Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. John Al $1.00 2j bulls $2.50 4; feeders that havo been about" tho Far East ner and Keown. Tho former re len Wilson, son of John B. Wilson, carry It out, except ln tho case of TO CLQgE NOV. 20 $GC: fitockerfl $3,50 G.Gd. provision for respect- - jcolvod .onionK Qther woumls B shotl has carried a f Htford ,8 a sophomoro in he those submarines and light defensive Calves: Markei steady, Best vcala Japan ,n ono or hl8 eyea, lt ,)eCame neces- Chinese soverelgnty-a- nd CoeBd of Engineerlng at the Unlver-an- d vessels for which France has always Tho ))ranch of the 0wensboro $7.50 down; medium $4 6; com- -' , Powers havo helped snry lo convey tho wounded man to Uy the other and which Britain has always slness gchoo)i beng conducted at of Kentucky. He graduated from thu mon $22.50. themselves just tho same. Tho second Louisville ulijre tho eyo was remov-.th- e Hartford High School in tho opposed, since the first Hague con-,.,Hogs: Trndo fairly active, with ,3.t0 c,., ' thQ Mx at t,e might mean that every- - cd by a;Weclallst. declaration, . nnJ u. kU Ho Is doing nice- - class of 1920 and entered tho Unlvor-bod- y fntinnna ... H..U,..D. Ttri linitlnaliln c.,u nf tlirt present month. ,, values steady to 25c off. Top hogs. was pledged to get out of China ljr and 'other than tho loss of the s,ty,the following September, where programme is far too costly to be np- -. Quite a number of young peopio ot ,165 pounds down, sold at $7.25; 165 i..r w.w. uu ... bu.uk lo - opMc ,,, Barlon. dam nga will result. I h0 has been making an extremely Piled at this time this vlolnltv have availed thomsnlvps pounds and up $6.75; throwouts ' - ueown aiso receiveu " some oi me good record. 5Ir. Wilson has recent- . .. lurTho Premlor loi It bo understood ' : nf Mi.,in u. $5.75 down. government? ftltrti .n ou,.uu il n n n 00u0-.,- y BUUl ltifft ,.u rtnmmtmtit uu.uubo t4anVr " pencil puo ; lor me. nxauon .stenographic and business courses uecn mutated Into tho Trlanglo 1a1 Sheep anl lambs: 5Iarket generalThe third proposal is simply n parv , i4Taiornuy ana no is nipn a. mnm har.ui uiu mum bwub ui nuutw uuu iia- - UllVIVU in the branch school, just ly steady. Best lambs around $7; aphrase of tho "open door" policy, """" Floner, tho Injured mrfn, is a ot Mr. the Sophomoro Engineering Socio- ly eventually would be roduced, but ciogiB seconds $4.50 5. Best fat sheop-$2.5which is no older than tho violation brother of Mra. Luther Leach ' ty nnd of tho American Association ouiy wnen tne conierence reii tnat down; bucks $1.50 down. ' of the prlnclplo it enunciated. Hartford, ot Engineers, which has ono of the the moment had arrived to talc up SCIIUOPSHIRE PRODUCE Limning Agreement Junked. largest memberships of any student this matter, left In obopance nt tho Buying prices net. to shlppors, tho Tho last jof tho proposals that the SKCHKT WEDDING OUT Willie, son ot Mr. ai'd Mrs. George shipper paying freight and drayago activity on the University Campus. opening sitting. Powers abstain from taking advant-ng- e. Profound satisfaction was express- - Shropshire died at the homo of his charges, aro: He is planning to graduato from, tho of China's present condition for Announcement ot tho marriage ot ed In French circles at the recoption parents, at McIIenry, Oct. 23, 1921, iCollego ot Engineering with the-claEggs: Candled 53c dozen. their special Interests, etc., would 5IIs,s 51urlel Wilson, Hnrttord. to Mr. of 1924. accorded 51. Brlnnd's speech yester- - after nn Illness of flvo weeks and Poultry: Hens largo 19c lb.; bar tho Japanese, for example, from Hugh TIchenor, of Centertown, has day by tho American press. Echoing throe days, of a complication ot o small 15c lb.; largo spring chickens mixing In tho existing political tur- ueou rormnlly made. The young 'omLS" BASKET halt. same sentiments, tho Premlor pneumonia. Young 15c lb.; small springers"' 20c lb.; nnd moil In China, or Intervening If tho people motored to Calhoun, October TEA5I IS SELECTED formed me tonight that he consldor- -' Shropshire was born Dec. 17, 1908. roosters 8c lb.; ducks 20a lb.: younff fighting hocomes general, except, of ,30th, eluding all friends nnd rola-- i ed the reaction to his Utterances In , The remains were conveyed to Av- - turkoys No. 1, lb. 28 30c; geese 12 course, uim jupnn u sue um mix uves, wnore mey woro jomea in mar-- 1 The girls' baskot ball team --of the the papers as well as In tho confer-- , senbaugh Cemetery, near Dawson 16c' lb.; guineas, old $3 dozenr would never admit a selfish motive, rluge. .Each of the newly married Hartford High School was selected ence hall of the greatest importance Springs, where frneral services werq young $7. The" Chlneso accusation is thnt Japan 'people returned to their respective 'iaat Friday afternoon, The first In tho maintenance of Europenn conducted bv the Rov. Lamb and hu- Country Butter: Pound 21c. fomonted a lot of tho discord for her homes and kept tho secret until a fow'team j8 composed of the following lal took place on October 24th. Be- Rabbits: No. 1 grade, dozen $l!s0 days ago. The bridols a daughtor center. Mvrtla Carter; running for. Peace. own profit. "Whnt has hnppened is even moro ( sides his parents tho deceased Is 2. Ulenernl as nro 5Ir. Root's four of 51r. and Sirs- - J. W. Wilson of ward, Helen Barnett; standing forthan a general programme vlvcd by two small sisters, ipeclflcntlons, thoy seem to nccom-.- ! Hartford, and one of Ohio cduuty'u ward, Geneva Howard; guards, Anna- covering land armamonts," he went m BAltUAl.N'S IN BOOKS pllsh qne definite result; thoy Junk . popular teachers. She is held in high bel King, and Clara Kirk. Subs: on, "because lt demonstrates to Gorr! I have Installed a new and agreoment recog- - estoom by all who know, her. tho Lanslng-Ish- ii 5Ir. Uetfile Clark and Lena Henry. tho continuance or moral data Hemstitching 51nchlno. Am We havo several hundred boohs of Interests in. TIchenor is a son ot Mr. Warren ntzlng Japan's special The girls have done some hard dnrltyamong the Allied and Assoclat- -' prepared .to do your Hemstitching and fiction in our library. We are going Industrious . and we'!- - practice and are In fine shape for a ed Powers. China and make a Joke of Japan's, TIchenor, Il'ecot Edging. Bring or mall your to close these out at 25c each. Come-earlinougni oi oy ins many irienas nnd i game. There will probably be a "ionua uocinne or Asia. "It must be apparent to the Ger- - work to me. 5Irs. W. J. nEAN, Hart-maand get your choice.5" I Tb; the Japanese do not regard the acquaintances. Thanksgiving game played here. that the way in which they are lord, Ky. 2St2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOU. al u-lAnglo-Japaness tet ," I -- 5,-8- 13. ar . ... -- ui II ac-le- ss i .'the ht , N e ar l.-- Wm-sliip- s M lu,, a m ui .. ss ':':" ..-.- nn,H V - 0 ty-th- y ns RW ILLINOIS PRISON Modern Construction And Sanitation Marks Great Plant At Statesville. ' stay In tho otflco, I ought to. ho "tjncpD,Q DDflQDPrTQ rustling for news 1( I ruatlo for iULLlVU IIlUOrLuiiJ hcwh, I am not attending to business KILLED BY SENATE IS MODEL at the office. If I wear old clothes, I nm sloven If I wear now clothes, thuntloratlnn Is a poor editor to do they aro not paid for. What In anyhow? ""Like ns not, someone will nay I swiped this from nn exchange. And I 'did!" Conference Report Adopted - By 56 to 22 After Prolonged Fight. Itcgulato tho bowols when they fall to movo properly. Hcrbino Is nn adOnly n Cold Washington, Nov. CongresJoliet, 111.. Nov. ID. Tho new II- - mirable bowel regulator. It helps tho 18. linols state penitentiary, a walled j llvw and stomach nnd restores a fine sional action on legislation to prohibAro you :!1? is often tmswored city of concrete nnd brick Is on tho .feeling of strength and buoyancy. it the medical prescription of beer and "Oh! it's only a cold," as If a cold final lap of construction, and those In I'rlco COc. Sold by Ohio County other malt liquors wasycompletcd to- was a matter of llttlo conscqucnco etfargo now figure that within flvo Drug Co. m day through adoption by the Senate, but pcoplo nro beginning to learn !G to 22, of tho couforenco report. cars the penal Instltulon will bo enthat a common cold Is a matter not MONKKY KINDS PAL tirely completed. The legislation, which would also to bo trifled with, that Romo of tho The new prison Is located at StatesIX PARK 8QUIRHKL put additional "teeth" In the nation's moat serious dltcisce olnrt with a prohibition enforcement code, now cold. As ooon ns thd first Indication of ville, near Joliet. nnd has been view10. Tho mon- goes to the President, the House hav- a cold appears tako Chamberlain's San Francisco,-Nov- . ed by officials of soven European nations, as well as governors nnd war. key at tbc children's playgrounds In ing acted Inst August. Cough Remedy. Remember that tho tlcns from practically every state in Golden. Gate Tark, Charlotte, by Despite the action of the Scnato sooner yqii get rid of your cold tho namo, has annexed a pal. tho Union. medical beer still has h few days of less tho danger, mid thfs remedy will ui Tho prison wall Incloses sixty-fou- r Charlotte's new friend Is a brown grove In tho opinion of treasury of- help you to throw it off. ' acres. Tho walls, nn' innovation in squirrel, the typo that runs wild ficials. cement construction loom up thirty-thre- e about tho park and eats nuts' and Until Hardtng.nlgns tho SAVK IIKLP RIGHT THI3 and n halt feet In height and crackers from tho visitors. bill prohibiting the use of beer for WOULD SAYS HARDING Tho squirrel, being curious, enter- medical purposes, officials explained, extend into tho ground from ten to twenty feet. They can not be scaled, ed Cunrlotto's cage thru a hole in trie tho treasury regulations now existIn a recent letter to Karl R. Oborn, It is figured, ns there aro no ledges at wire netting. Charlotte Immediate- ing would remain In effect and brew- of Chicago, President Harding goes the top where hooks or ropes can be ly closed up tho hob by twisting the ers may continue to operate under on record ns an enthusiastic advocate wire "into- - place. , fastened. The smooth, gently-sloo-Inthm. However, officials added, of the practice of saving monoy. Ho ;. Tho two strange pals "seem per- from the moment of tho President's declares that saving Is the only means sides afford no chances fcr fectly contented and snuggle up close signature upon tho anti-bebill ex- to reestablish the world's stores of When completed there will be eight to each other on cold nights nnd isting regulations automatically be- working capital, and expresses tho circular In construction. during tho day share their food come void. hopo that the public may tako this Charlotte has been lonely a will bo for the "less" Two It was suggested In some quarters lesson to heart. Tho President's criminal" and four inr those who an long time. She refued to take kind- that President Harding might delay letter follows: , ly to SuorintemUnl Taylor's vfiort? action uon the anti-beuoJor regular prison discipline. bill pendask mo for nn expression to glv0 hor jj mate, A honoy bear ing an opinion by Attorney General regarding Uilso 1 trick ami Concrete the subject of saving-'nion-evV'iny M. Tonillnson, supprlntfn-- l was ii'uccd In her cage. Churlotto U.uighorty upon the constitutionality clen: of construction, was confronted kept hiin nwako all tho time by pull oftho measure. While it has not yet "I have for many years been preti viitLs: unique problem when h start- ing hi ears. She tormented n pup- been determined whether the Presi- ty well convinced that saving money py until the dog was removed. Sho dent or Secretary Mellon 'would .nsk ed the Jiainlng of the sero'id Is largely a matter of hnbltaml peoTap (pecifii.ntlons n.i'.'od f r killed a bird that had been placed in for nn opinion on this point high ple who make a good beginning nt brick ra'j?, with wiilto brick facing. her cage as an experiment. declared .hat where ths con- It presently discover thnt It is by no But peaceful days have now'dc-sconde- d stitutionality of an act was raised tho means Impossible, Cost of materials and labor has adand it, is alto upon Charlotte's domicile. vanced so lar beyond th? stato allot-President usually asked tho advice of gether' n good thing to do. Just at o roent for the work that after considthe Attorney General, before taking this juncturo in the world's and our SAYS VtYmtS AUK IGNORANT. action. erable experimentation it was decountry's affairs it Is certainly one ckled to pour concrete between two Twelve Republicans and ten D mo- most useful contributions that opinion of Dr. Katherlne B crata voted against the conference re- cf the wills ot brick. This saved 2,000,-60- ? In the people could possibly make to putting brick, and, altogether, coat ono-ba- Davis of Vassar college tho average port. tho world right. I do not believe were "there Is any other way to straighten tho amount figured for solid voter knows very Httle'about the gov The Republican opponents brick construction. All of the other ernment and instruction in national Senators nrandegee, Dupont, Kdge, out tho tangle of financial nnd econare being built along tho affairs should be included in the cur Johnson, La Follctte, Lodge, "McLean, omic concerns into which tho world riculum of every college. The mis- Penrose, Phlpps, Shortridge, Wnds-wort- h concrete-bric- k plans. ihas been precipitated by .the war, ex The prison building proper Is In the sion of colleges for women, she said. and Weller. Tho Democrats cept to produce n good deal moro Gerry, than we consume which means to and is laid Is to prepare women for life Inside were Senators Broussard, center or tho prison-yar- d out In a circular fashion, with tho nd outsido tho home, and thfs mls-?Io- n King, Pomerene, Randsde!, Shields. save and by our savings to reestabfails if it does not also prepare Stanley, Underwood, Walsh (Massadtaing room in the center and tho lish tho world's stores of working circling around it. The eight for national life. Dr. Davis Is work- chusetts) and. Watson (Georgia.) capital. Two others, senators Ileed, Democell houses will be conncted to tho ing for a fund to pay higher salaries "I have no more earnest hope than rIip the teachers at Vassar. whn . . crat, Missouri and Moses, Republican. central dining room by means of one- that tho public may take this lesKM pam less tnan a mechanic. Now Hampshire, were paired against mak-,s- is story corridors, son to heart and learn to save ns In the bill. Ins the plans resemble a petaled view of our great national good forThirty-thre- e Republicans nnd twenty-t- tune, they'could be able to do." Clourcr, with the dining hall as its hree Democrats supported tho center, om that Tho cells surpass In appointments Irregular bowel movements lead to I measure, while It was announced Okla rSenators yarmld, Republican, the roins of many hotels, each having chronic constipation and n constipata lavatory, with hot and cold running homa; Kellogg, Republican, Minne- ed habit fills tho system with impuwater, a toilet, an outside window, a sota; Lenroot, Republican, Wiscon-ain- rities. Herbine Is a great bowel McCormlck, Republican, Illi regulator. It purifies tho sstem, vihed, with ample clean bdding, By JONATHAN BRACE steel XXXV. W. VIRGINIA a. fable and enameled walls. nois; Sutherland, Republican, West talizes the blood and puts the di' ( THE Virginia, and Fletcher, Democrat, gestive organs in fine vigorous conlookout Tower. ASname imFlorida, who were absent and paired, dition. Price In the renter of the prison yard is GOc. Sold by Ohio plies. 7 e a t fa voted tho bill. a- - lower with an underground enCounty Drug Co. m Virginia was The bill will set aside the ruling trance. 'From the platform in tho originally n Attorney torecr the j;uard can look into everv portion of by former days before General Palmer, COLLKGK GIULK AND XKWS he retired, adwho two cell. He can open a single cell-doVirginia, the vised the prohibition enforcement ofor all of them from .his station Old Dominion A questlonnlre submitted to GOO Colony. While Its history Is nnt ficials thutnhere was nothing In tho students at, Radcliffe college showed and can switch on one light or all urally yoked up with that of the Volstead Aet to prohibit the. pr scr'ft- - that 9G per cent of the girls read the lights from the same switchboard. Mother State, there are mahy tlon of beer and light wines for me- papers regularly but that tho silly It the Inmate is suspected of any points In which the two sections dicinal purposes. his cell can be illuminated "women's pages" published by most of Virginia were divergent and has been before papers made little appeal to them. The legislation totantly from the contral tower, and it wus for this reason that West Congress since last Juno. The House Only four placed the women's pages if sumo of the prisoners get in posVirginia finally became a separataccepted the compromise reached by first, compared to 14 wlio preferred e-state. session of firearms and open fire on the conferees in August, but there the sporting pages. . Six voted for the Tho first white man who probthtvgnnrd a steel shutter can be ably penetrated the wilderness controversy in the followed dropped. comjc section ono for poeof this Western region was John Senate, waged by a small, but deter- try and one for the puzzle page. The prison has its own water sysTho Ladercr, a German surgeon, who mined group, who contended that the editorial pages are read by 62 per tem, supplied by two artesian we,lls. went on a tour of exploration In bill struck a fatul blow at personal cent of- - the girls whllo 23 per cent a hospital at present Workshops and 1CC9. In the same year, Lu Salle rights, becaiiio it permitted search aro attracted by the general news of areonder ronstructlnn. noforo plans sailed up tho Ohio and landed The he day. Nearly 40 per cent confessed and fclzure without wanants were finally drawn W. Carina Zimat several-point- s in the present first draft of tho measure authorized that tho headlines usually satisfied stnte. There was little colonizamerman, former Btato architest, made tion until 1732,- - when Scotch and the search of private homes without them. an extonslvo tour of Europe, visiting Irish adventurers begcu to All warrants, but this feature was elimimm ancient and modem prisons. Western- - Virginia. They were nated in conference. Th& "solitary" known in the oLl LAUDS MOTIItill OF 1IKHO encouraged but little, and, In Tho bill limits physicians to 100 prison as Jhe black hole " Is entirefact, tho King In 1783 declared preset Iptlons for vinous and spiritUieaklng her "flved policy" not to ly different in design and object of part of the colony wa that this uous' liquor each three mont'u3 anil mi,ke any speeches this winter outpast endeavors. Silence Is tho Indian country nnd could not specifies that "not moro than a quart sido of congress to address the Wometed out for Infractions of rightfully be settled. Colonizaof spirituous or vinous liquor, con man's National Foundation, Repretion continued, however, and bitrules, attempts to escape and other ter warfare was waged against taining in the aggregate not more sentative Alice Rohertbon declared deviations from rules which draw the Indians nnd tho French who pint vt alcohol, may bu that being a congnsswoman than one-haLvtAteaces for the convicts. In the "does had come down from the North. prescribed fortmo person In ten days. not compare with tho honor of being new Military thore Is ventilation, but In 1774 the battle of I't. Pleasant Importation of liquors Is barred by a mother who gnve a son in the tint walls Inside and out are absowas fought, which was ono of the bill until tho supply on hand In late war." Sho also said sh1 was lutely soundproof. Not a sound can tho bloodiest of Indlnn conflicts. the United States shall no longer be pleased that the soldier burl.d it Arbe heard within that Htle building. Tho backwoodsmen V'bo setsufficient to meet the current need lington on Armistice dny is na.ni dess, tled In the Western part of VirThoro 1b a cork lluoloum floor, cork ginia were ' entirely different for nonboverage uses. It also gives "becauso every mother will think of walls and an ingenious window shuttypes of men from the wealthy tho courts of Hnwall and the Virgin blm as her son." ter which 'tctps out nolso. slnvo owners along the const. Is'.unds jurisdiction In tho enforceo Jealousies between tho two secNeuralgia of tho faco, shoulder, ment of the national prohibition act FISCAL CONCESSIONS tions arose und tho Western ns well as the bill passed today. hands, or feet requites a poworful TO KUKXCII FI.VAXtTKRS countries felt great dlssntlsfac- renmly that will penetrate the flesh. tion nt the way Virginia wns Rallurd's Snow Liniment possesses governing them. The most concession - to Paris, Nov. 19. As a have mado that power. Rubbed in where tho marked point of disagreement French financiers, who FLETCHER'S was over tho slavery question, pain Is felt Is all that is necessary to FOR ropeated protests regarding his fisnnd It was because of this that, rr.llovo buffering and roatoro normal cal policies, Finance Minister Dou-mwhen Virginia seceded from tho conditions. Price 30c, GOc and $1.20 has consented to render tho mar Union in 1801, West Virginia WOMK.VS. KKI3T GKTTING jer bottle. Sold by Ohio Co. Drug ket freo for tho quotation nnd look matters In Its own bunds. SMALLKK KVKItY VKAIl? Company, m of French government loans Delegates met nt Wheeling, drew up a separato constitution, and termed "routes.' TUB 11ARKAKKKI) KDITOH Los Angeles. Nov. 19. Women's declared their The reform is likely to come In Do- -, Independence. feet aro getting smallor overy year, comber nnd will bo the beginning Their application for admission of "Octlng ont a high-clas- s family Into tho Union was nccepted by according California a now freedom of values on" tho to Southern stock Lincoln, nnd In 1803 West Viro. JucraaV said the editor, "is no merchants who sell shoes and they market, heavily rentricted slnco the ginia became tho thirty-flftI f I print jokes, folks say I am ought to know. "war. state. Hilly If I don't they say I am too seA Santa Ilarbara dealer sponsored o It is often called tho rious. If I publish original matter, He What an- - enchantlnc nlcM the first announcement of this InterState" on account of Its thqy ay I lack vuriuly If I publish esting revelation. Los Angeles shoe my love! What do tho stars mako shape. Its area is 24,170 square you think of? thlDKt Irom other papers, they say I merchants say he's right. miles, and it has eight" presidena am too lazj- - to wrlto. If I don't go It's the ubiquitial clectoij. She (dreamily) They romlnd mo And tho reason? (byMcClurt Nwpipr Sjrndlctt.) As tho purring of all the diamonds I want so badly tous automobile. fci.chnrch they say I nm a heathen U?1 do bo, I am a hypocrite ! cars multiply lu number woman tako I Milan Secolo, It I ! .. .. fewer nnd fewer stops. Their footsies no longei are subjected to the strain of pounding tho grnvcl all day long. "Tho length of a woman's foot Is a mnttor of heredity," said ono dealer. Tho width of her foot doptnds upon It is natural, oxerclso, howovor. therofore, thntthc tendency for several years has been for womon's feet Is, nnrrowor." to got smallcr-'-th-at Rilliketffl piwmMive-Hoom- j - & Pre-sldc- j? foot-bold- er efc31-hons- cell-hous- es fr er rell-Tion- ils -- 1 U cell-hous- es OUR JDNLY REGRET is that we have never been able to satisfy the growing demand of our cus tomers for Billiken Shoes. Through many years of experiment and combined effort, BiHjken Shoes have been brought to sucli a state of perfection that we are able to give them our unqualified guarantee. These Shoes are of solid leather, flexible soles and double welt. jFor boys and girls the prices range from $2.75 v to $6.50. If you are not familiar with our line of shoes, come in and let us show you. cjII-Jions- Carson L Hartford, Kentucky. Co. The Story of Our States -- o: STOVES And Ranges We have a full line of Cook Stoves, Ranges, Coal and Wood Heaters which we can furnish you at a or money saving price. Look our line over before buying. pun-frhnm- nt ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, - lf KENTUCKY TICHENOR-LEAC- H MOTOR CO. Dealer in j Children Cry Successors to Itroun & Jariingin CAS TO R m er Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND CYLINDER. OIL. Main Street. plc-ul- h "Pan-haudl- L HARTFORD, KY. uit;. Call?n w um iTtve ueuverea Promptly. Haord Republican for Fine Job PrinU CIVILIANS WILL ' DICTATE POLICY Hughes And Associates, Not Naval Experts, Have Final Say in Matter. Washington. Nov.' 19. Secretary Hughes ami lih nssoclntcs of tlio American delegation have no Intention of surrendering to the nnvnl expert? tho formulation ot any policies to guide American action In naval or other iiuuslloii'i pertaining to tho ccnforcnco. It was made plain lodny.that tho function o( tli operts was strictly Deterthat of ilcveldpinB mination of policies upon theso facts 1b reserved right of tho civilians who lnuko up the American delegation. Emphasis In this connection was laid todny on the undcslrnblllty of diverting nttontlon from tho main of the American naval proposals tho capital ship ratio plnn. All quesot auxllllury tions of proportions craft, the place of sulniarlr.es In the. scheme of curtailment am' similar Items are looked upon by tho American delegation as of secondary Importance. For 'this reason tho American attitude of rosnlutejidhcronco to tlu At f.n-- fivc-thv- o r.itlo" ot the i tier a can capital sb', plan hat Iceu tfd. It Is this main isu'. which I, Hill to ho me', together with the ten : enr bulldin ; holiday and n substantial immedlato reduction on tonnage already utloat. Th announced indention of tho Japan delegation " to scok nn alteration of tho ratio, however, is tho only known stumbling block to this first vital agrcemont, so far ns can bo seen. How far the work of tho experts has cleared the wny for that understanding, it is difficult to say at-t-ho end of tho first full week of confer-- Tho workings enco deliberations. experts romnlns a mysterious of tho llttlo known process to tho world at the-.facttu em-tih- &;- - In connection with tho Japanese attitude, the Impression appeared to , gala ground today that Admiral Iln ron Knto, In announcing his purpose to soeh n slightly higher tonnage ra- tlo for Japan was prompted to sonn oxtent by considerations in)lving homo politics. It was hardly to be officers said in com-'expsctod, Imont. that he could accept out ot ffrjhnnd a dofinito relegation of 'Japan short end of tho 'Vtotheratio" proposal without a fight. 3apan wan said always to havo look-'- to cd toward' a ratio of seventy-fiv- e 100 per cent In naval strength as com-par- d to tho United States. How far Ilaron Knto Is prepared to pre.a that fight, however, and whether he does not already stand commuted to tho American program of maintaining a nnval status quo between tho two - powors on a reduced scale, remains to be seen. There is nothing to Indicate that succeoa of tho conference has In any way been Jeopardized oy any action yet taken by tho Japanese dolegates. V "tivo-flve-'tTir- large. r , 'Vto s i - for Children Mrs. J. W. Phillips, nedon, Ga., phoned to J. M. Floyd, tho morchant there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's " cough Remedy and said she had bought a bottle of it at his "store recently and that it was doing hor children so much good that sho wanted keep up the treatment. You will and find nothing better colds In children or for yourself. It keeps the cough loose, expectoration easy and soon frees tho system from ni the cold. llOOZK SQUAD AS "17.Y" IS SHINING LIGHT for-coughs . A Good Cough Medicine, -- 1?' f Now York, Nov. 19. When the nnclent and 6ecret order of Hooch d Guzzlers convenes In solemn, conclave Its members may feol safo from tho. prying eyes ot who might attempt Xo spoil the party by unceremoniously seizing tho liquid refreshments and dragging jhoae present off to the othor cities, where ortlnnry prohibition officers onforco tho "eighteenth commandment" this feeling ot safety might beJustlfted; not so horo. For Izzy Eelnstoln .the one-ma- n cjinmeleon-llk- o boozo squad ot the dry forces may be expected to drop In anywhere from an exclusive party In a Fltth avenuo millionaire's resldenco to a private gathering of East Side ward heelers. N,o amount of caution no nmount of secrecy can Insuro the prohibition lawbreaker ugajnst the sudden and draot this dry matic announcement ho Is Izzy Einstein and sleuth that that thoso present can propare for a heavy Nno or durance vile. When a group ot convlvlnl souls got together at tho most oxcluslvo of clubs for actors to tmblbo a nip synthetic Johnny Walker, Scotch or nobody can say- for a certainty that not bo among them, dressed Izzy may oath-boun"rum-hounds" mas-querad- or Most laxatives and cathartics af&&'. ford onlylouipoiary relict and should Exsct Copy of Wrapper. be used only for that purpose. When THC CCNTMIB eOMfANV, NtW YO" CrTT you want .permanent relief take irwmiMifa fl Chamberlain's Tablets and b careful to observe the directions with . These tablets not each package. only move the bowols, but imrove the .SHERLOCK appetite and strengthen tho diges" ni tion. When Postmaster Muggins unlock om -T ed his general store which also housPEACE-TIM- E PATRIOTISM 14 ed tho Stonewall West Va , postof-flc- o Etato of Ohio, City of Toledo, PLEA POSTMASTER- GENERAL ono morning that Lucas County,, ss. frank J Clichey makes oath that he the place had been burgled some la senior rnrtner of the firm of F. J. In ai address before tho twenty-thir- d time In the night. A hasty examinaCheney & Co., doing business City of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, annual convention ot the tion disclosed that the pustofflec till The Hartford Republican has made a special and that said firm will pay tho sum of Association of Letter Carriers had been rifled nnd that the mall ONK RUKDRUD DOLLAHS for each and every cuso of Catnrrh that cannot bo in St. Louis rostmastor General Will clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial had been tampered with. Several arcured by the use of HALL'S CATAUItU MKDICINC. FIIANIC J. CIIUKEY. Hays said: H. one ticles wero missing from th stok of Appeal by which we will furmsmboth papers Sworn to before nic nnd subscribed In "To you all, as fellow citizens of goods in tho store. , While engaged my pretence, this 6th day of December, low year for the A D ItfG. A W. OLEASON, our common countryr I plead for a In a quick Inventory Nugglns found Notary Public. (Seal), is talien Ilnlt'i Cilfirrl JVi'r-iapatriotism In pbace as well as in war. a piece of cheese from, which the inanil ncis U rouph tho Blood on tho Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send I Insist that wo have not meroly that truder hid take na generous bite lie for testimonials, free. putilotfsm born ot extremities, which laid this bit of evidence carefullj P. J. CIIKKCY fe CO., Toledo, O. Sold by all drurvlsts 75c. burns in the souls of men oiiTy when away and called In the officers of th Hall's Family Pills for constipation. - their country la in danger, not the law. 30 patriotism which Is stirred only by Various bits of, circumstantial- - eviThe Commercail Appeal is one of the largest DENIED EROIVLANES, martial music, but a patriotism which dence were placed together, all tendGERMANS USE GLIDERS aiid'best papers in the South and we hope to receive movesVmen to mako their country's ing to show that the Job had bejen everyown business nnd many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and done by a local character nanfed London, Nov. 19.' Germany Is for- welfnro' their wo owe to the Taylor. Accordingly he wjj arrested seventy-fiv- e to fly so she Li learning to day to realize that cents cash for both papers. Send bidden w live and which The authorities were at a loss as tc Tho ban on tho Installation of coulitry In which iriltie. your subscription now. Don't 'delay. discharge that debt by how the crime could be definitely engines In airplanes. Imposed by the moves us to way we can to make charged against him until Postmasovory peace terms, has produced a new type aiding in and keep conditions right In this ter Nugglns came forward with his of locomotion. piece of cheese. At hla suggestion news country' This Is tho astonishing The Postniaster General has on sev- the prisoner was made to take a genbrought homo by Mr. Handley.Page, THE PRESIDENT. occasions urged the American erous bite. Tho marks of his front RAIL WORKING RULES who has been paying n visit to Gars-fiel- d eral 'JO BE 0UXV1J DEO. 1 people to support the Government's teeth were then comared with the on tho'Bavarlin border. In the report of tha. tmcmiilajTRent program by put- marks left by the teeth of the burairplane constructors peace time savings "German conference it was stated that ysitesL 1"8. The United Chicago, Nov. ting their savings in Treasury Savings glar- and everybody agreed tltat Tayhave turned their attention to the dede lor and tho burglar wee on? and lnvestment-an- d States Railroad Labor Board an- President Harding entered tliela-- ha with no engine Securities as an velopment of aircraft was .given an ovatln. A prerfsit surplus funds in Pos Ho was convicted and punish- nounced tonight that new working propelling power," said Mr. Handley positing their croct-- 1 rules-- f or the six "shopcraf ts probably is always accorded a handsome Savings. ed as provided by law. Page, "and they are producing sub- tnl lng, whether by an audience in acn- will be completed and Issued in time stantial results. The gliders are of nient with him or not. It fa oue etthe to become effective Decembr 1. TWO MEN ARE SHOT types. One called the Mun-Ic- li various t signs ot our Institutions. Iks rea reIssuance of the rules, under BY MAIL GUARDS . hap.madothe longest flight ot five ' - FOR FLETCHER'S cent Decision of the board, paves tho presented authority nt tho top, ad miles. It has no engine, propellor, I of requests the people salute not only Idea Smt wny for consideration under-carrlagwheels, atlerons or Chicago, Nov. 18. Two men have which may be filed by the roads for hla position. elovators. It possesses simply the CANCELATION OF RRITISU been shot during the past six days by devlslon of the shopcraft wage scheIn ,Mr. Harding's case, uowweri fuselage and movable wings, operated RY JAPS marines guarding malls sent from dules. thore Is always truo heart In seek ALLVNCE FAVORED ' ' by tho pilot. Chicago, Arthur S. Brauer, superin It shows ItacK 3a f The new shopcraft rules will affect demonstrations. "Another mnchlne, called the Hanthe railway mall service, approximately E0O.00O men on. all the manner as welfas In thessra-- eC ot the lead- tendent-o- f Tokio, Nov. 18. Somo over, has given the best performance ing Japanese newspapers would not announced today. One of the men Class railroads In the country. Only tho assembly. The nolso bos mere In turning In the air and is peculiar look with disfavor on the cancellation was shot, at Sioux City, la., and the jilnety-four railroads are directly than a conventional ring- to It. 111. In .that It lands on two footballs and of tho Both were train concerned In the present 'case, the The reason Is that tho people alliance, pro other at Gerard, has pnumatlc shock absorbers at- vided there are general assurances ot riders. Neither was seriously hurt. in him. Jhey recognize. la Ka others not having their' submissions tached to the wings. Tho Aachen a continuation of friendly relationBoth the men shot wero wounded in proper shape when the case was a man in everyday sympathy trrtfe type lands on skids Instead of wheels. ship, according to many editorials after they persisted in riding on bagftcaar-otaken up, but board members antici- their best aspirations; who Li Shock" absorbers are fitted, but the published today on the Far Eastern gage and mall cars after being warnot putting his office to their bast pated that aH the CIass--1 railroads landing speed ot the glider can bo re- question. ed to Btay away by tho mall guards, probably will carry out tho decision service; who does not hold klace$t duced to little more than a fast walk, aloof and play mystery man; tk4o fjdrqmcnt on this phase ot the Mr. Brauer said. The guards have fir- without further hearings. and wheels become unnecessary. comes among them because lio beWashington conference todny begun ed on several other occasions without Tho board's statement Issued to "The method of launching ma to overshndow discussion of the Am wounding any one, he added. longs among them, and trustta to night said. "Such satisfactory flight is very Interesting. chines for a proposal for the limitation of b3en know from them how thoy feel attest erican during thepnst week has Tho machlno is placed, on a suitably nuial armament. MOB SEIZES, JULLS mado In tho consideration of rules things. piece of sloping ground. A selected NEGRO; BURNS BODY and working conditions for tho six . This Is an important asot, nnd vfll The NichI Nichl Shlmbun, In disrubber cord Is attached to a rope, cussing the alliance, shopcrafts, that It Is altogether prob- stand Mr. Harding well fn harrf ia which Is passed round the chassis i declared it had outrun its objectives Holena, Ark., Nov. 18. Will Tur-no- r, able that these rules will be complet- all his official undertakings wkHa ! legs. Three men strain the rubber and that If anything could bo said n a negro, charged with assault ed, and will bocome effective Decem-b- ei remains lit- - tho White House. II" cord, which when it roaches the nec- fat or of, its further maintenance this upon a young white woman-todagives a human touch to his performth first." essary tension, la released, and the should take the form of a general was taken by a mob.from a sheriff's ances, and both strengthens apflranaJ a, ' machine Is shot away as from """ cata- guarantee for the furthoranco ot posso whllo being removed to Marian-u- a BATTLESHIP TO TAKE WATER and softens criticism. McKfnlcr au ' pult." friendship. for safekeeping. After being1 shot TALK DISARM president inspired the same nort rf AS STATl-AMEmm feeling, undmuch ot his success ia "If America and Grent Brltt.In to death his body was brought back EFFICIENCY. Washington, Nov. 1$. With tho office issued from the confidence tin really want to cancol the pact," the here and burned In the city park. ! slt'Ing In Judg- pcoplo reposed In his sincerity, 11s Nlchl Nlchl doclared. "Japan under world's statesmen It ain't a senseless hoardin ment on her unborn sisters, Ameri- 'sympathy and his capacltyj "Washthe present circumstances should see FREIGHT PLANE WILL BE need, Nor stinting of our ABLE TO CARRY8 TONS ca's great fighting-- battleship, the ington Star. no necessity for Insisting on its furBut offlcienpy in spendin' West Virginia, will bo launched at That should become our creed ther maintenance." BOURTS BARV IS HERS. London, Nov, 19. Tho first pan- Newport News tomorrow." Tho Jill Shlmpo expressed the opin baby tfieML When her new-bor- n ion that tho American attitude was technicon of tho skies is shortly to The Wett Virginia, a sister ship money sot aside It ain't some Designed solely for tho! of tho Maryland is of 33,590 tons Mrs. Ada Rabbins ot Cedar more for a stricter application .of tho be launched, On Impulse once awhile. She will carry n consulted a spirit medium trlto tcM "open door" In China than for tho purpose of freight carrying, it has an dlsplocement. Hut steady savin' day by day guns, her. that tho baby could bo rostirafl h destruction of tho spheres of infllt-onc- o especially rpaclous fuselage cabin, main battery of eight That builds ho steady pile, established by somo .of nnd It will bo capnhle ot carrying and n secondary battery of fourteen thru faith. Ono night a flve-drr- -i hitherto rS. V, Porlman. 'guns She will carry also baby was placed In her a nits vifh the Powers. This attitude, In the nearly three tons of freight at a cost guns, and sho slept, and sho accepted ft us cents n mile. four event ot u settlement of the Far East- of. less than forty-olg"I'm afraid I'm catching' cold," own. Mrs. Robblna now doanfu U Appropriately enough the machlno Is equipped with two submerged Klosomnu, trying to get somo ern problem, could not Wo attended said story of tlto "spirit baby" and torpedo tubes. by much difficulty, as some critics Is to bo called tho Tramp and tu a medical ndvlco free. "Every once in r. that tho child was obtained fitted with four Rear Admiral Philip Andrew, comI feel an ttchlngTn my nose, feared, the newspaper declared. a while developing a total ot 9C0 mandant" of the Norfolk Navy Yards, from somo hospital by tho- - medfem-Sh- o you IlochI SJilmbun evinced considThe and then I sneeze. What would Is anxious to find tho;babV The machlno will be wae doslgnntod by Secretary Donby erable interest, fil the reported pro- houppowor. do Ina case like that, do.ctor?'' thja speed vjlrioh today to represent the Navy Departmother and get her conaint ' d3 posals 'iSVhe, Chlnue dLgate ftt alay In re,tyti' "J "Weil." io.rlUd It. publish the- - secret aircraft, usually ttalu.' ment nt the, launching1. s ,! Wus'hlngton, to guess I'd sne'ezp too." wiii-know- formotglnd rags and chattering ot props nnd scenery nnd "tho profeeh." - Or It mny bo an undertakers' convention. In this en s $ Izzy will hour-raye- d In all tho combro habiliments of that morbid trade, and few, indeed, would rccognlzo in this solemn young man as nnythlng' tiit a business-like mortician. In pursuit of When Jzzy fares-forttho Demon Hum nnd D. H. must do some to dodge this super-dctcctot tho prohibition forces. Ills latest stunt was to appear On tho big football field in Van Courtland of a Park disguised as football tarn. The soiled and grlm-facc- d wnrrlors, with headgear tilted back and noso guards hanging from their bolts, wero none other than tho famous Izzy Einstein squad. At a llttlo cafe near tho park tho four men roughly ordered tho waiter to bring whisky nnd to hurry it u. Others nt the bar wero "convinced their order sounded almost llko a college yell and that these. woro Indeed nnd truly veterans of the gridiron. . Highball KtniH Eddie, the waiter, saw too late that those wero highball and not football stnrs. As It wor ho went unsuaect-Ingl- y to his doom somowhero In the back room and returned with three small glasses. One of tho gridiron heroe3 handed Eddie $ 2. GO to pay tho $2.25 bill and waited patiently for his quarter back. shouted one of the men, nnd at the signal tha team got Into action like n perfectly-ollmachine, desplto the fact none had touched tho lubrication In tho glasses bofore them. the evidence, nnd Eddlo was turned over to the police on a charge of n Volstead vV tho net. brief career In his comparatively Tzzy has Impersonated a policeman, a politician, a movie actor, a newspaper reporter, a flroman, a truck drivar His nxt may and a longshoreman bo a fomalo Impersonation. In h tall-gointc four-eloventnl DESPAIR LURKS agreements previously concluded China nnd the Powers. "It la true," Bald tho newspaper, wore IN WEAK BLOOD "that somo such agreements concluded with Great Urltaln Rbout Tlbo land with Japan about military supplies during tho Into war1; hut the Glide's Pepto-Mangar- i, most ot them were Intentlonnlly published or el80 their contents leaked The Blood-Builde- r, out, so that the Chinese suggestion Arouses Dull Faculties would In no wise embarrass the Pow- rzgs RMmmbmbi ".'j'j illf'-W.'n-I f iKct,Concnts lBEluid DraohrM GASTORIA For Infants and CWldnwri. MHMaMMMMMMMMMHMmiMl '"" ''fHj mi- ers." .Many a man and many n woman feels all out of sorts from thin, weakened blood. The least llttlo thing gono wrong throws them Into a wild form ot dospondoncy. Instead ot bracing up nnd meeting ordinary difficulties, they are downed. Nervo3 are on edge. Appetite lags. Sleep They are weak and tired is restless. and dull. Toor blood works its havoc till tho will loses its power. Few people Who fall into habits ot VTCirry md despondency retllzc that most of tholr troubles are duo to Inck ot ondurnnce to blood thnt has bcomo weakened by overwork or straining. Henlthy men and women "with rich cd blood see things brlglftly. They tackle llfo with zeafnnd go along smilingly, Jull of eagerness and endurance. n taken steadl-Gude a restores tho blood to Its natural s, ,'c.hnca It actually makes red tho tiny particles In blood vhlch make it red. Druggists havo n In liquid and Glide's .ablet form. Advertisement. Popto-Mnngay Pepto-Mnngn- r Constipation. Shimbun In discussTho Yomt-U- rl ing the Shnntung question, declared Japan has done everything possible and that there was little room for elaborate discussion of the quest lor Tho Nlchl Nichl claimed thnt It had learned that at tho latest cabinet meeting Japan had resolved to Insist on her Shnntung policy already defined, and declared the burden ot negotiations on tho subject now rested with China. expressed the The Kohumin-T- o opinion that tho question ot abolition spheres of Influence would not develop so rapidly nt the conference ns that ot limitation ot armnments, because It involved serious considerations bearing on tho national development of the Powers concerned. The editor of the newspaper said he-- believed there was.more possibility of n clash of interests between Great Britain and America in China than between Great Britain, and Japan. "Perhaps Japan nnd Great Britain will not hesitate to adjust the question If It does not lead to the replacement of the existing spheres by that of America," he remarked. e Mothers Know Always Bears the Signature JM w 31 W ' AtCOHOL-- 0 "' .ni- TER Ub . Genuine (iastofia '( AVcicIabfclYcpafalionEirAs 1jsimilniiminciooui7" Minoinc:iinmftUiuiiu"v"-"-- i ESEiasi 1 nt4.VMIl r4. ..n.rtmiinoim:c5uv jiirerciw.. --- "" Jfc.i.fci ri.nA4iiiArtccniiiiiL3kwu"i I .. - -- jr - - neither Opium,MoTph!jicnor ! JhchUtSMt Sen"1 Clanrrd&Mir ft . ICirmrrnlanT J(v 7 4!. ' In . AhClWUIn-tfJ-.- amtWrishncssanil 1 I " m ir IIP resulltn8ineretl . ..J'?S?3nhftntKt . racStaifcSinawr- P - jp mm tiVJ'Sw' IB OLttfTJacto." jheCcstawiCohp. NEW Xt rur uvttf Thirty Years Stop coughing! you rack the lungs nnd worry the body.""Ballard's Hore-houn- d Syrup checks Irritation, hen)s the lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Pricei 30c, COc and f 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Co. - e Na-tlon- nl 1 pjiceof ior Cpi '3 in T th-sa- Children Ory e, CASTOR Anglo-Japane- A Je-lie- vo us pro-gro- ss Anglo-Japane- se y, Anglo-J- apanese Tfcs. lC-lnc- ht anti-aircra- ft ter 21-In- ch fce-lle- ves threo-deofce- -- nri & m v grit mxyjrm&'M. jaww- - wss .tWti. rThe Hartford Republican Published Weekly by jiAiiTFonD printinc! company Incorporated ' W. S. TIN8LEY, Editor nnd Dullness Manager. Entered according to law at tuu Fostoffice, Hartford, Ky., as uail utter ot tho second class. Address all, communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS " Duslncss Locals ard Notices 10c line, and 8c per llje tor each ad Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions, nd Cnrds of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head lino and signautre, money a advance. Church Notices for services freo, fcnt other ndvcrtlsomcnts, lc per Subcrlbcrs desiring tho paper sent lo & new address must glvo tho old iidrcss In making the request. Ier growers of this section ought to havo a bit more than they aro receiving. Lapt season money conditions wero blamed for sending tho prlco of tho weed to fnr below tho cost of production, and as monex Is considerably easier, and not nearly so hard to procure thero .should not be much trou-bl- o in financing tho crop this year, which should also help In maintaining tho present market valuo of tobacco and mnybo send it higher. Undor the present system of growing and marketing tobacco in this country tho farmer nover knows just when to'scll. If ho elects to hold a month or two, ho may get an appreciable advance, or ho may bo forced to stand a drop In price. It is similar to throwing up wet and dry. One never know whether ho is to lose or gain. So' it would seem a tolerably fair plan to sell when real money can bo Bccurod When a good profit Ih for his labor procurable it Is, ns a general rule, about the right tlmo to let the other party havo your product. THE LEAGUE OF NATIONS COOPER BROS. Will give you some Special Prices on some things this week. Moosier Sheeting 12c per yard Simpson Prints 10c per yard Outing Cloth 1 5c to 20c per yard We have a large stock of goods on hand, and we carry all the best advertised lines, such as Hart Schaffncr & Marx Clothing, for our higher grade; and Curtis Clothes for medium price. Florsheim Shoes for our higher-grad- e shoe; Shoes, vfor children; Queen Quality Shoes, for ladies the very best lines that arc made. Bil-lik- in if .ER M I MM L Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual irord. will dil m if By V. Drent Cook .Tho Democratic statc- B9 rights doctrine has always been, up to 1919, when the proposed League of THURSDAY,. ...NOVEMBER 24 Nations was laid beforo tho Senate, that duties for raising revenue only Ready-to-We- ar must bo imposed, or that all power paper not expressly granted to tho general Thls thing of getting out a one day earlier, or in advance of the government in the constitution of the are the latest styles, best quality, regular date of issue makes one's UnitedSt ates, is reserved to the peo- and the price is right. work come to fast, as tho missing pie in the states, or that the constidnto comes off of the latter end of tution must be strictly construed. tho week. In tha Democratic national platform of 189"? can bo found this tar"f we nie not offering thanks at iff plank. "It i3 a fundamental of this season that all Is well with us the Democratic party that the gen we are at least thankful that things eral government has no constitution aro no worse than tney are, because al power to Impose prfltectlvo duties.' there might have been somo war of In othor words, because the world making 'matters a bit "worser." For "Protection" is not found in section 8, Article 1 of the constltutln it was instance; the lalo election. construed strictly not to give the genMen's-Suit- s The day of thanksgiving, as orlgi- - eral government the right or power to Copyright 1921 Hart Schaffncr & Maw bo a Impose protective duties. nallyet apart was intended to Conceding this states' rights docdate for returning thanks, offering adoration to Deity, the Ruler of the trine to bo literally true or sound 'universe, for blessings lecelved in for the sake of nrgument alono and store and otherwise. As we believe for no other purpose whatever, these wo have heretofore said, the grent leaders are forced to concede that C majority rather consider and take the pioposed League of Nations i3 "tho occasion to be a time for frolic, equally unconstitutional for precisely a day to bo spent in the pursuit of the same reason, that is, because the How many, second section of tho second article individual pleasure. Come in and get acquainted with our stock and us. You'll be welcome, and the acquaintance-mawhat per centage of tho people, een of the constitution does not grant to j, x prove helpful. moderately pious in- the general government the express of tho prais- power and right to make the United clined, give much attention to ing and offering thanks to the God States a member of or a party to a ot the Harvest, tho Lord of all cre League of Nations, or In othor words ation? It is true that we all observe a League of Nations is not mentioned the holiday, at least those who can In tlia or any other section or arNow, as' it has always been, when you buy from us, we have the recommendation of our store behind every pur- -' arrange to do so, by resting from our ticle of the costitution. This is cer' devoting tainly the logical conclusion. .daily avocations, but for chase. Don't fail to see our big line of 40 any portion of the day to real thanksMT. PLEASANT giving Is something the great majori' . ty usually forgot, or if thought of, Rev. C. I. Kelly closed a successlightly, in. the hurry to passed over place a few seek Individual pleasure and to be ful revival at this nights ago, with nine additions to care-fre- e for tho time being. We-d- o that we will have on display for your inspection in a few days. So come early, that you. may get choice of not, as some think, believe that tho the church and several professions. ' our stock airs. J. F. Beck Is visiting hor , people are growing Indifferent, or that failure to observe the day with daughter, Mrs, George Taylor, of n manifestation of thanks, with long Brownie, who has been ill for some and solemn faces spells forgetfulness time. Mr. and Mrs. Asa Wllloby of , but rather of the Great Creatpr, marks a change In the minds of the are visiting relatives In this and oth, and th'eir no- er neighborhoods. people toward the-daMr. and Mrs. George Wright of' as to how it beat suits them to tion take the holiday as it is most gen- Horton, visited thejv sister, Mrs. erally considered. No, there is not Charles Leach, Sunday. Mr. A. T. Stewart' spent a few1 necessarily a desire for, or a spirit Robin of forgetfulntiss of the giver of the days last week with Mrs. seedtime and harvest, but a noticea- son, of Dravier. apologies. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis McCoy of Rock-por- t, SUU'JIUIl SPRINGS ble tendency to convert the day and for tho next year. visited relatives at thas place 'occasion to absolute abandonment of Mrs. Delia Bratcher and son, Har-le- n, STRAY STREAKS We again, and for the lasjt time all duties connected with the dally last week. returned homo Sunday after People of ihls neighborhood aro Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Leisure and remind the thousands who read this grind, a getting away from everything (By Fluke McFIuko.) very busy stripping tobacco this week spending the week with her mothor of except it bo pleasure giving to the children visited Mrs. Leisure's mothhere col. that every thing herein conGrayson. tained is original, new. and true it it's They have a very flno season and aro individual as he elects to see It, or as er, Mrs, W. G. Stewart, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Armel Orey of Taffy, We don't want any making good uso of it. spent from Wednesday until Saturday it may suit his fancy. Thanksgiving Mrs. Stewart is quite ill. As the first Monday in January not otherwise. People aro pretty well done gatherMiss Rhea Miller is ill with pneu- draws nearer our respect, or rather mistake about It. is generally thought of In terms of with Mrs. Grey's parents, Mr. and ing corn. 'fun, entertainment, pleasure and In monia. our fear, of Aus Bratcher seems to be Mr. Parvin Johnson has moved to Mrs. Nado Travis of this place. Mr. Lesli eDuke made a business dwindling and for somo uneif'.alna-bl- e so far as may be possible the abanMuskor Heavrln town. He is rontlng tho Mrs. HamilEd Barrass and donment for tho day ot responsibili- trip to Bravler last week. reason vwo seem to bo transferring havo returned homo from Louisville ton's property. SHERIFF'S SALE . Mr. Wm. Stewart "has recently lost said they may be." ties, whatever1 fear arid respect to Lon Ralph. and otifer places and both dro mad-der- n Mr. Robert E. Leo of near here is good low anil horse. By V r,tue 0f eeu,t,on ,N,- a wet 4ien at J. Henry Thomas very ill with appendicitis. O-- fr Tobacco, ono of tho chief agriculWedding don't appoint us did In that rotten what he If Judge ,? Mr. and Mrs. James Fitzhugh and r TAFFY tural products of this Section, in fact, on his board of supervisors next year column ot hlsn last week. They little daughter. Jean, of this place.-th? C,erk,of hro0.h, ot the whole state in so far as a monCo,r " or tho year thereafter or do some- claim that they never seen no girls ey producing crop on tho move at this Hunters are busy now. The old thing else as good or bettor, we are and didn't even see John Henry and willlea.ve Tuesday for Boone, Iowa l!8"1"'1 '1' ' ,eAtc' to visit their son, Charlie. season of the year la concerned, has fields seem nliyo with rabbits but positively not going to support him If they had they would Jiot havo paid tho 10' 1921' '" Mr. Paul Murpny happened to d start on most birds seem to be scarce, ,mndo a tolerably-gooH" 'J yer n- - attention to him no how, or anyin the election of 19S0. ry painful accident this week, ,Cm: Quite a large corn crop Is reportot the markets' In Kentucky. -- Sales, ny " ways. ??ntuckySat cranklng a Ford ho broko his arw.1 according to dellvcrlesmade to hand- ed, but the corn seonis to bo badly U e J h"r, of ne. c'ock1 f'm'' Mrs. cullle Harrison visited her loft the local Harold Holbrook lers of tho weed in thl3 immediate damaged by worms. highest sa' 0XP0S0. Wo saw Uncle Andy Williams leav naront.. at r,,.v!(lRnn R.n.lnn ihi. nnd lino l.lil.1 wharf with bis new boat, the XYZ37 Horses and cattle are on the sick section rango from $12.00 to $13.00 .1Alt mm ucnv uiuuer, 11.. luuuwing uusuriu- inu .1I (am not certain as to exact name) for ing Wednesday, embarking frpu this week per hundred pounds. Not a had prlco list, somo few havo died and quite a ed personal property viz: or so much -- Miss Paulino Mngan spent the Evansvlllo, it being s.aid boat's maid- port with a fleet of timber for . when compared to othor crops grown number of others are sick. s. en trip to said city and all with Miss Corinno Cole, thoreof as may bo necessary to make markets. Ho told un that week-en- d by our 'anuers, In fact, 'Liter by far, Mr. Aubrey Nowcomb 'and" wlfo plalntlffu said debt interest and cost: couple doz- he did not know JMst how long ho of Cedar Grove. , when compared with tho price of moved to Roscoe Baird's farm last Brookslo had on board a Ton bank cars. Mr, Wilbur Johnston and Otis Duff en gasolluo drums, besides some othor would bo gono and axed us to not. say corn, hogs, cattle and some of tho week. Ono steam engine. stuff, several boys, 8 or ten men. ,a nothing about Jt in tho paper a a caught a very largo gray fox ono n A series of revival services will other products ot tho agricultural Levied on as tho property of tho qoWf pui Mldkff and Wudo B,a,ze. Ye3,'ot of people, especially the ladles, night this week. bMst at Clear Run Baptist church Monclasses. Ono foaturo and located at thoir mines A revival meeting began at Dundee would have thoir thanksgiving spoll- thought of may be aiding somewhat day night. Bro. Albert Maddox will' Footney flozarth was also on board, led on account of learning ot his nb- - Sunday conducted by tho Revs. Wil- at Old Render, Kentucky. in procuring better prices throughout conduct the services. Tho abovo sale to be mado upon a. Somebody told us that Joo linger- - "once. Ho also requested that wp cox and Rlppy. James A. Kirk and wlfo visited Althe entire Green River district and crcUit of three months. Tho purm say nothing about what ho said ubout " man claimed" to havo found $500.00 In Jn all ot tho dark growing territory, va Kirk and family Sunday. chaser vill bo required to execute It-- for fear Mrs. Williams wouid nay WASHINGTON Roscoo Baird, wife and daughter, a'carload ot wheat he and that other is tho marketing plan adopted by the j bond with npprovod security to havo 'miller John Bell bought and unload- - something about what he said to us "hurley growers. Naturally, If the Mary Etholcrie, spent Sunday with luo ,orce un(1 eueci ot a Judgment. Farmers are busy with their fall ed a few days ago, Wo don't doubt about tho matter, when, ho returns, plan's adopted by tho burloy produ- Ira D. Funk and wlfo. The amount of deM A aml scoop work sucl, as gathering corn etc. 'cost to be Mr. Ira Gray and son ot Palo, but what that pair ot birds win cers are to aid very materially in raised on day of sahUal Mr, L. L. Newcom of this vie nltv t. tine aa ASSESSMENT NOTICE boosting their roturns it would necos-farlal- spent Sunday with J. W. Gray and up inoren a thousand alnmleans out , mado a business trip to Owensboro, ... ,.,,, . of that car of wheat beforo it is fl- -; reflect in prices in this sec- family. Glven umlpr 1V Only a few tumo days now Jn which Mday nally consumed by tho laymen of day of November, 1021. tion. If the shortogo in the 1921 , Mr. and Mrs. Holland Grey of near i . . r, . "Hello Jim, lend mo a dollar will this section, and If sawdust Can bo to comply with the law requiring you crop a3 great as reported and tho procured they'll probably sell not less to fllo your assessment, list with tho Taffy, spent Saturday night with Mrs. 22t3 quality hs high as it is thought to be, you?" of Ohio Co at bran and snip county tax commissioner, i'loaio.at,- - afeya' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac "Sorry Al, I haven't got a dollar than two car-loafollowing tho unusually poor grade ot Shown, of this place. to boot. Tlils is not an advor- - tend to this matter ai onco. year tho prices being but I can lend you a quarter." Mr. W. M. Smith of Route 1, Ola- atuff the crop of laBt ours respectfully, Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Newcom, of ton, was a visitor at this office whlla "Well, Just lend mo the qunrter tlsement and If wo'vo goj our est!- -. paid aro rather low. If these state- """ D. B. WARD, TaxCora'r. Ohio Co. this place, havo, moved near Taffy, in town Tuesday. wo hereby offer our uenis bo truo it would seem that' then. You can owo mo the 76 cents." mates too low .. Our Ladies' pt Good allwool Tricoiine Dresses, ''lf from $20.00 to $35.00 Good alkwool Tricotine Coat Suits, from $25.00 to $75.00 from $15.00 to $45.00 ANYTHING YOU ARE IN NEED OF IN GENERAL MERCHANDISE, WE HAVE IT. y -- QUALITY FIRST m CHRISTMAS GOODS - y, COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. -- 8 fer-sayl- " " Il -mI''? l?r'& TVJ111 n"' ... whll.H""0' J"1 . f down-tho-rlv- er way-point- bo-gi- ps-hn- ps ly J ,,. ,., ,,," i liiP IWIB Jfr I W. T. Sanders of ntnr was In town Monday, on n bu- V Ladies' and Children's Coats The cold weather is a reminder to us that a Coat or Coat that a Coat or Coat son. siness errand. Mrs. JlcIIonry Holbrook Is visiting Mr and Mrs., HcndersonJIiirphro'?, at Owensboro. Mr. H. V. Tnylor Is rpsidln'j the week In Macco nnd Owensboro, visiting rolatlvos. I want your Hides. I pay cash. D. L. D. SANDEFUR, S. WEIKEL, President. ' ROWAN HOLBROOK, Secretary. Farmers Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse Co. c 21t3 Denver Dam,Ky. Messrs. J. Kdwnrd Clark and Leo King of Henderson spent the week-en- d here.-amofriends. ng OWENSBORO, KY. Opening Sales, Monday, were very satisfactory to the i fyjtmvuEpij tV Our stock is large and varied in quality and price, in fact, we can fit the smallest and the largest folks. JIlssEmlllo Pendleton went to Ccn tral City Wednesday, to spend scl eral days with her olster, Mrs, Dor- nice Frost and Mr. Frost. Jllss Lurcno Collins, of Greenville, arrived In Hartford Wednesdny, to spond tho holidays with her parents, Jlr. mid Mm. R. T. Collins. Miss Artie May of Louisville arrived In Hartford yesterday to be tho guest of her, sister, Mrs. "A. D. Kirk, nnd Mr. Kirk, until Sunday. Company and Farmers. Over 300,000 pounds sold for an average of $17.00. Mr. T. L. Hickey, who cultivates the' ion Smith farm, near Hartford, sold 2,000 pounds for $540.00, an average of $27. His best leaf brought $42. t junior Coats ..$25:00 Ladies' $3r.OO Plush Cloaks . . . . Ladies' $45.00 Velour Cloaks $27.50 Ladies' Bolivia Cloth Coats $30.00 Ladies' Broad Cloth Coats $9.00, $15.00, $25.00 Children's Cloaks, 2 to 7 years, $3, 3.50, $4.00, $5.00 Sheriff-elec- t Itnlph O. A. loft Monday night for Cannlou, Jlo., where ho went to visit relatives and friends for about two weeks. Top Price J. Davis, $55. Your tobacco, delivered to this house, will receive personal attention, and we will appreciate your' $5.00, $7.50, $9.00, $12.50 Intermediate, 15 to 19 years, $9.00, $12.50, $15, $20 LADIES' DRESSES An exceptionally fine line of Dresses in Silk and Serges in the new shades. Sizes 16 to 40, $12.50 to $35.00. NEW BLOUSES . H A wonderful assortment of new Blouses just received, in Tricol&tte, ongee, Georgette and Crepe de Chine. Prices from $3.50, $5.00, $6.00 to $8.00. readv-to-weand vou will an- predate their value. e ' Mr. Clevo .Burgess of Cromwell lost two horss Saturday night, both dying within a few minutes of each other. Cause of death is unknown. Prof, and Jlrs. O. D. Carson nnd children, will spend tho week-en- d with Mrs. Carson's mother, Mrs. J. P. Foster, of lower Nocreek. t. Mr. and Mrs. Molvlu C. Browning Mr, aro spending this week with Browning's sister, Mrs. J. IJ. Hoag and Mr. Hoag, at "Greenville." . patronage. rV r .c CEKALVO planting senson saw the organisation of three forestry stations, the estabMrs. Ida Barnard and chfUlKn lishment of three nurseries with plans for two more for the following se- have returned homo after speadinc several weeks with her parents, He FLOO ason, over 550.000 trees planted. See-thesHarvard Man Aids Work. ar and Airs. Levis Lambert oC Homo Mr. T. F, Black and nephew, John "Threo government ralhvaj-- nre enBranch. Berry Likens, have returned from P In reforestation work looking gaged i Mr. Owen Jones, pildt Herrln, 111., wher thpy spent-levErart tho Dean of Nankin University Tells forwurd to supplying their own tics nnd steamer Plazel Rice, spenClast weak days with Sir. and Mrs. Alva Porter. other timbers used In railroad of Reforestation in ofjJeed Suvcinl other railways are at his home here. contemplating similar developments. - Jlrs. Emma Pulkerson d'nd Joseph 'Mrs. William R. Wydlck returned Exhaustive Report. The budgets are voted by the various Sverly, are visiting Mrs. Fulkerson' to her home at Earllngton Saturday, railway administrations interested. brother, W. N. Everlyand Mrs. -after visiting her parents, Mr. and tile Lung-Ha- l The forestry work-o- f of Uockport;' 'Mrs. E. P. Foreman for n few days"! PROVINCE DEVASTATED IS railway, which Is financed by Belgian f flJkVD ft m 9WiW UK ftlnl ts W Hut Urn Br H k Mr. P. Y. Wood-wa- s in FTnrifnW, Cffl 3 bv W "W -- P "S -- 2 2-- M Interests, Is under the direction of J. 1 4V. ? Sir. James TVSaridefur, manage.' Hers. The reforestlng'hns beei most- last week. Mr. andi Mrs. "'fcecll Fulkerson oC ly along both sides of the railway (of tho Creasey Corporation, Hunting- - Area Affected Is Twice Size of Massawhere 4,000,000 trees have been set Nelson, spent Sunday .with Mr. spent from Saturday un- ton, W. Va chusetts, Containing 5,500,000 out. parents, Mr. and. Mrs. L. P. jtll Tuesday with his praonts. Judg Persons Many Rail Con"The Ticntsln-Pukorailway for- - Fulkerson. Sandefur, ot this city. nections 'Are Cut. Mr-J- Logdon ot South jtosine, and Mrs. J. P. esiry worn is in ennrge or a. graau- Mr. Claud Bennett, of LIvoxmc The Hartford Republican i was in town Tuesday, on business. y V,8lted "Mr- - John Chancellory uaS. Washington. China's "grent '. flood 1 i Mr. Mcllenry Holbrook went to 850,000 trees have been planted. The cnHnv Lexington AVednesday to witness the disaster in AnJiwe! province her third NOVEMBER 21 THURSDAY, Mrs. J. I. Goodman is spending tho .turkey day, foot ball game between of the current year should' be u I sse3 Mabel and BssIe Russell, is under the direction of Ngan Han, lesson (o week In Owensboro the guest of the Unlver3fty ot what maythe United States, showing n graduate of the forestry department o HPeweJl spent last Saturday and: AVa Cat follow Indiscriminate de at Ives Sunday with their sister, Miss label, Tennessee. ) PERSONAL NEWS forestation, says Dean llelsner of the of Jliclilgan Stale university. "The outstanding forestry develop- - vno ! hce and College of Agriculture und Forestry AND SOCIAL EVENTS City, Central Mr. Isaac Foster, ment continues to be that of the with Jlr. and Jlrs. J. H. Wood: Mrs. V. ,P. Liggon and little son. at of Nankin, In a de' spent the weekend hero with his who have been with Dr. and Mrs. J. tailed .repprt to "jllsso r0ia. Ora, nnd Lorene Kter-stnrt- cd the American Fores- Klangsu In provincial forestry station,1010 located near the fa- iy attended the Miss Helen Westorfleld is ill at this! family, quarterly meeKac It. Pirtl'e during the past twj weeks, try association. In Nankin, writing. "China, with her floods, Is nn ex- metis Jllng tmubs Somg Sing-Mo- at the at opew(n Sund returned to their home in Frank- head of which Is i a , r.? Special Thanksgiving services werej fort-- Thursdny o the need of reample to the world . " - T!, forestation," he says. "A conservative graduate of flic Philippine school of i HlnS.ua The race is .not always Don't overlook the Bazaar at the uuuuucieu ui uio xiuruuiu xiuimai. forestry. , expenditure for enMethodist Church next Tuesday. ' Church. Miss Harriet Flener and Mrs. Ches- terprises, nmlnly various forestry "Anhwel province is no.w teaching t0 the nursery work and : Z Dingus Oh, no; the hare gets la In four of her five agrlcultur- ter Wilson, of near Cromwell, are forest plnnting, is from $200,000 to a Mr. J. W. Miller of Route 1, Horso spondtngji few days In Hartford, the quarter million nl schools. Cheklang province has a ,tho soup as often as tho turtle! Mr. "Wntt Stevens ofDundeo was dollars, the production ' Branch, was in Hartford Monday, on guests of Jlr. and Mrs. R. b'. Martin of 100,000,000 trees In over 1,000 nur- secondary forestry school with a largo lit Hartford, Monday, on business. J ' POSTPONING TIIE DAY business. series, and the planting of 25,000,000 enrollment. Arbor day in China tea' and other .relatives. . to SO.OOO.'OOO trees pn 100,000 acres of national holiday now and It is ob- Mr. GiT. Tlnsley of Simmons, .was . rfeat l. se0'tho dentl served In schools and by high Dam, Mr. William Flenr of Beaver I)lcture of despair. . . Mrs A. M. Barnett and son, land. This may seem small when .com- Uclnls:" I in Hartford Wednesday, on business. made an appreciated call at this of- Robert, left Monday for St. Cloud, pared with some other countries! but nut came back snyllng.proadly large one fice Tuesday. Florida, were they will spend the groundwhen the considers the back- The dentist wasn't, therpt Paris Women Outnumber Men. Mr. Clarence Patton of Routo 6 and fuct that China's In- nn winter. Enroute they will vsft rel- tcrest In forestry Is only n few yenrs women, greutly outwas a visitor at this office Tuesday. Miss Leila Glenn, member vof the atives in Arkansas. number the men. There are 05,047 Attorney old." Describe your.fiht te women In one urroidIsement alone, the court ns briefly as possible. high school faculty, Centray City, is "The magnitude of the devastation Messrs. John Llndley and Auburn spending the holidays at her 'home Jlr. Hlnton Leach left Sunday for In the Anhwel province," snys Charles where the nien number only 47,418. . Battered One I swung at hisa au3 Tichonpr, went to Llvermoro Wednes- here. Springfield. 111. where he went to Join Luthrop Puck, president of the as- This preponderance Is especially mani- I inisse'd. He swung at mc and lie I dny. his wife, who has been visiting her sociation, in giving out the report fest among persons between twenty didn't miss. New York Sun. thirty-nin- e years of age, where the 1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Tate have moved parents, Jlr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, of Dean Itelsner, "may be seen when nnd m we consider that the flooded nrcu is wnr made such gaps in the ranks of Chumley of Mcllenry. into their home recently purchased of during the past week. , JIAItiUAGE; LICRNSB twice the area of Massachusetts, or the jnpn. was "a .visitor at this office Wednes- .Jir.'C. B. Carden, on North Liberty ItGCKNTLY 1SSCE1 APPlEAL TO KING INDIANS TO about 15,000 bquore miles. day. ? ' Mr. L. P. Loney of Owensboro, who Street. Many Rail Connections Cut. 1 jm. has been visiting friends and rela"The population of the Bny state Is "cruert Ferguson, 2Z, Neafoa, to n, points, nround 4,000,000 people1, which Is 1,. Deleoatee'From Six Nations Represent Lullo Evans, 16, tives in Centertown and other Messrs. W. F. Hudson, Frank Mrs. 11. A. Rpjvan or Heflln 'visited Beaver" Dam. One of Oldest Confederacies In and Woodie Gowor of lower in ;tho County, slues last Saturday 000,000 less than the sufferers In the Mr? and Mrs. Foster Bennett Jlonduy-- ' J Elvis Grant 26, Olaton to. Vasal the World. flooded areas. The crowded condiHeflln, were visitors at this office will return home today. night. Smith,, 25 01at,onw tions will at once be seen. Monday. The delegates from the Six. Nations Wllbcrt Baizo 21, Simmons, " t between Shanghai nnd Tientwho are to make a personal-appea- l to Belra Mr"; A. J. Williams left. Hartford Mrs. F. L. Compton and son Otto.-o-f rret, 15 SrralnauS. sin nnd Pekln were soon cut by tho In respect of their ancient Whltesvillo, spent from Thursday Miss Jessie .Nail, who lias been con'Wednesday for Llyormore, . with a wp 44 H K Hung-tz- e fined, to her haom for the past threo until Saturday In Hartford, tho guests Anhwel floods caused when the fleet'of timber for that market lake and Its tributaries overflowed most famous confederacies in the lo.Ma.ry StlBworth. 3C. Hartfo- rwooks, with an'Attack of pleurisy, is of Mrs Comptou's father, Mr. J. D. about sixty miles to tho north of Nnn-kiWalter Fulkerson, 20, Echols to world, certainly the most famous in Holbrook and Mrb. Holbrook. slowly improving. A, plo supper will bo given at Agnes Grubbs, 15, Wysor. The deforested condition of Chlnn the history of "snvuge" tuitions. Is the causa not only of the floods School House, Saturday, Nov. The Five Nations confederacy, the Mr. Walter Wedding who has beon but of most of her famines in Hint eastern branch of the Iroquois, goes Mrs. Howard Ellis and llttlo son, 26... All are. Invited to attend. Wulters The atom Is the aumll. John Hill, went to Owensboro Tues- attending tho Bowling Green Busi- country'." back before the discovery by Colum- est thing In the world. Dun Yang Lin, n graduate of the spend the thanksgiving holi- ness school for some time, has combus. It was fctrengthened In 1712 by Mrs. H. S. Sanders, who came hero day to Honpeck Poor thing! Some- pleted his work and arrived at his Vale forestry school, Is one of Ihe the admission of the Tuscnroras from "to' seo Mrs. U. S. Carson, returned to days with relatives. leaders in the forestry work in China. week-enNorth Carolina, and consisted then of tlmes m wlfe makea nlQ roa11'0. home in Hartford last her, homo In Covington, Monday. Tic got into Tientsin after one of the the Mohawks, Oneldas, Cayugas, Onon- - now ." musi Ieel- Mr. Walton Petiy, of Harrlsburg, floods. ditgas and Senecns, with the Tusca - . ' Mr. and Mrs. Frr.nk Foreman and is spending the thanksgiving x I passports Mrs. Molllo Herrln of Boavor Dam, Ark., Officer (examining "While in Tientsin," Mr. Lin reroms spent Tuesday with hor niece, Mrs. holidays with Judge and Mrs.R. R. Mttlo son, Robert Peyton, of Hazard, ported, "I had the opportunity of The Treaty of Utreclrt hnd declared Where are your proofa that Eke's? Woddlng, in Hartford, to g6Ing through the flooded sections. tho Five Nations to be British sub- - your wife? arrived in Hartford last week-en- d J. P. Caseblor and Mr. Caobior, spend several days with Mr. Fore It was a terrible sight. The bontuieu jects, and hi the long sTrugglo between Henpeck I htiven't any; bat IE Mr.'Russell PJrtle-'b- f Detroit, Mich., man's .parents, Mr, nnd Mrs. L. P. pointed out the. high water marks, France and England In Amerfca the you can prpve she's not my wife, Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Riley, vlty, we;it J week-en- d us of the millions rendered hometo Foreman. told British government based Its claim to nre a made. man. Charleston Nems to Owensboro Monday afternoon to arrived in Hartford last less nnd the thousands that had largo tracts of country sometimes on and Courier. with his parents, spond sevorul-duy- s .make a short visit with relatives. Collins could be seen floating the crou ikI of the subjection Tho annual Bazaar will bo given In In Dr. nrtd Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo. ' " m tho street. The country was under of the Five Nations, sometimes on the the basement of the Methodist Church crop when Surgepns, ugrco that In cases uX. County Attorney A. D. Kirk made the flood came and the lost) rrrrmml nf triuHra run, in ivltli llionl Itv Mrs. A. W. LoB'an entertained at Tuesday of next week. A good din cannot bo imagined."' j'j b.urnsi brulses and vrounds. a! business trip to Owensboro, MonHip middle of the Eighteenth century cai iport-inhor home ou Union Street, Wednesday ner will 'bo served and lots of things "Tho neweBt provincial developday afternoon, returning- Tuesday. "v un orator of tho Five Nations declnred "ial- nfiernobn, In honor-o- f Mrs. Frank hvjll bs on display for sale. All aro ment," enyB Dean Itclsner'a report, lu conference: "Wo don't know what When an efficient antiseptic to rp- Invited to attend. "lias been In Shuntung province, you Ghrlstlnue, English nujl French, plied proniptly.'.thoro is no danger e Crabtfeehavo Foreman, of Hazard, Ky.. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred which has como Into world promiintend. We are so hemmed in by you infection ami tho wound bckIbb to into tholr now resldonco on moved Bring me your Shoeing, Wagon nence through tho Shantung award, both that we have hardly n hunting, heal at once. For uso on maa er Jlr. A. Pe,Jer Thomas und grandtown. tho L. & N. R. ItJWust south of daughters, Lucilo and Sarah "Scbroe-ter- ;- nnd buggy repairing. Cheapest and of tho Paris pence conference. This place left. In n little while, If wo Hud btast, Borozone is the Ideal nntlstp-tl- c Mr, Lin. was organized left Tuesday, for Cadiz, where best. Forty years experlenco. Quick 'work provincial forestbyservice has been a bear In n tree, there will Immediate. ' "Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kirk of near and healing agent. Bny it iiuhp "A Iy appear an owner of the land to claim for -.an cuicrjwjr .. and be ready are tho parents of a fine they will visit; Mr. Thoma8''daughtor, service.' Plain Shoos ?1.C0, Toed established, with a chief forester and 1 mo propeny. . nuford. e ure so pcrpiexvu ui-' ,.,A ". C22t2p eleven nsslstauts. Work was prosei -- iv Kjrl7A,llco Joan, born Sunday, Nov? Mrs. W. J. Pursloy, and Jlr. Pursley, Sbpes $2.00. mJ ,"," '(",, twiciivyou Unit we lirfrdly know what ' ' A. B. ROW, Centertown. . , Ohjo County Drug Co. M a fow days. I, cuted' so. vigorously, thai thfi.' flrut to say or thluk." - SEES LESSON IN CHINA'S al ZmC5o Mf main-t.ennnc- e. K--e- rly, r r) ?& Ful-kerso- n's ' .', ',,, rMM . hiuii I swlIt-forestr- y 1 of-,J- Ie Puris.--IarlBl- " -- -- Mr."-M..- Ath-crto- . n Klng-Georg- . n. d. per-Isiic- d. -- ' - iii t . "lOf A- .- - L- -i- . ... . LJ -'-- 4 . j "i t.i - M " if FUR COAT FARM- - IS'ON "At-th- o tlmo I began taking Tan- lnc I was bo bad off I was not oxpect- n dlvlno relates an cd to llvo much longer, but since A Interesting Incident of mistaken piety ' then I havo actually galned twenty In a small Western town In which ho pounds In weight nnd nm now ablo to Winnipeg, NoV. 19. Listen, girls! stopped. Owing to a scarcity of help do my housework for tho first tlmo a im 'lvo hundred potential fur coats aro most of tho housekeepers In tho town In many years," said Mrs. Maud WRECK NHWSPAPKH PLANT did their own work. Early In tho Menne, 332 West Jefferson St.; Husband Ethel, when I looked at walking around up hore. my nccount? Inst night I nearly died They're silver black foxes, being morning his godly soul was nwa'kenod Louisville, Ky. Masked men broko Into the office "Fifteen years ago," she continu- of fright. Our auto is costing us ov(-- of tli e-- Twin City Sentinel, published reared for their fur on tho" Canndn In delight to hear coming up from $1000 a year!" "West Silver' Black Fox llanch'near below tho old familiar tune of "Near- ed, "I suffered a general breakdown. at East Chicago, Ind., nnd nftor ov Tiros tfnd accessories, feather, My Ood, to Thee," and ho ponder- My stomach was so badly upset I Wife Well, Jack, don't blame mo! erpowering tho watchman, smashed licrc. , And here'? a tip: Tho ranch pro- ed on the happiness that ought to could ljnrdly cat a bite without being I advised you not to keep an ac- up tho printing press, llnotypo ma- erweight Motor Bikes, Moprietors say their fox farming has bless a household where the matron In misery nftorwards nnd would count!" chines and other equipment with tors for bicycles, Telephones m liccn so successful that beforo long could go about her morning duties bloat up with gas until 1 felt simply sledgo hammers. Tho damage dono My heart would palpitate, myj "I wouldn't marry him If he were wns estimated at about $20,000. Poli and Supplies, Line Construc ,fox fur will bo ho cheap that every with this prayerful hymn on her lips. awful. When ho went down to breakfast nerves were so shattered It wns im- the Inst man on earth!" body will have fur coats. tics Is said to bo the cause of the tion Material, Electrical Sup "Of courso you wouldn't! Nobody vandalism. Meanwhile hero's how tho ranch- - ho could not refrain from comment- possible for mo to sleep good, I lost plies, Shoe and General Recrs treat tho fur coats while they're ing upon tho pleasure It gavo him to about fifty pounds and was'so weak would marry tho last man on earth. .; seo (ho housewife so pious. "Law, I couldn't raise my hands to my head. Why that wouldn't leave anybody to "Are you willing to work for $30 pair Shop. still nllvc: n month and your board?" asked Mr. Every for family has two houses now," said tho good matron, "tha't I was almost n perfect wreck nnd fi- flirt with." Legion Weekly. If it's fixable we fix it. ' Cobbles. to live In, despite tho house short my hymn for boiling egga. Three nally I was told that an operation was my only hope.- A farmer was asked by a tramp age, 'mat's nccause moy hko xo versc3 for soft and five for hard.-- ' "Yes. sir," replied tho applicant Both telephones. e "However, I decided to try Tanlne how far It was to the next town. for a Job as a farm hand, "But if you two houses are set move often. Tho ""Hey you," bellowod a policeman first and wns astonished at the wny "'There's "a milestone round the cor- occasionally sue mo pauso III my task MUFFETT'S REPAIR SHOP Jn an Individual pen ,25 by 40 feet. eyes on you for a long It began to build mo up. My appetlto of manicuring the pigs to brush nwny he replied. cats! Their menu Is changed "I've had my ner," And Beaver Dam, Ky. every day. For breakfast they have time. What aro you following that returned and my lost weight nnd "But I qan't read," said the tramp a tear, think- - nothing of It. I was n lost pup for?" strength began to come back. I havo "Well, It's Just suit you, 'co9 puld'$10 a day during the war, and or oatmeal or rice lady around llko shredded wheat 'It's the only way I can," said (ho now finished my third bottle of Tan-la- c there's nothln' on It," replied the It wasn't, much of a day at that.'' with cream. For dinner pigeons or meek little man. "She's my wife." nnd I nm cnting anything I please farmer. Birmingham or eggs. chickens Weekly. , a and am novqr troubled afterwards. And If they hanker for their old Legion Wlffln Wo wero told thnt after Ruth Only n foolish woman Already I have gained back almost smsi life, the keepers give them a bit wild FINDS SOI.ONS UNLEARNED tho war wo should have mi enduring for compliments. half of my lost weight, nnd I am still tT5? of raw meat with warm blood on It. Jane Yes, a wise one depends Jflncc. gaining every day.- - My nerves aro a llfkle meat with tho hide- on to Or an address beforo tho ConnectiIn m&&. Poof Wfll. it has endurod n lot keep them from biting off tho tips cut League of Women Voters, Prof. calm and steady and I sleep like a more upon curves. & don't you think? rubied wsea evsrything cUo fills. tails, as they do sometimes. Allen Johnson declared that on tho child." of their Mollle Mother, 'do you know what in nerrous prostr.tlo nnd ftmala "Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr And every fox has an .individual avrnge only 15 per cent of our state A restaurant In Butlor Mo., (lis- .urcsic icy ate the tam-tindishes and drinking utensils. legislators have had a college educa L. B. Bean, and by nil leading" drug- teacher said this afternoon? sot of .nietly.ni thousai "j have testified. Mother No, my dear, What did plays this sign: gists everywhere. Advertisement Thtfy're washed after every meal or rORKIDWCY,LU'EaANO tion, while not 50 per cent havo fin"Don't divorce your wlfo becnust slio say? ; the fox refuses to eat from them. The ished the grades. Farmers, he said, i UfrtACH 7 ROUQLc Mollle She pointed at me. and she can't cook. Eat hero and keoe A I.II1KKTY 1J:jFS same men aro sent around to feed constitute t a the brtt mt'dicina ever o?5 d of the state legher forji pt " LIfo. IN LIBERTY. SOU tkl tho rest of the class that that o'.sr a tuuf gia 'i counter. tho foxes every day, because they're islatures, lawyers and buthnt'that that girls used in her com-- ! nanawxsatHvvJrc afraid of strangers. Visitors arerare-l- y siness men a fifth. XOT UP TO EXPECTATIONS A"Hbcrty tree" was planted on position last night was superfluous." admitted. avo Client , bought nnd paid for two oa Armistice day at Mllledgevlllo, Ga., A lot of fuss to make over a bunch (S1KL LEAVES MILLION dozon glass decantors that wero ml- in soil from tho historic ValleyForge . "Sd Maud broko hor engagement of foxes, isn't it? But $G a dozon f. o. 1 and trPtA' tt .1 '1 camp grounds Jn Pennsylvania. The with Jak because the doctor said ho vortlsAt at There isn't a fox on the farm who Although only 10 years old, little when they w'cro delivered thoy wore tVJrtf&iOTo i himself to tho tune of Jean Stewart, daughter of tho found- state was asked for tho soil bv tho hud a tobacco heart." couldn't'skln empty. Georgia authorities, to "remind the "Yes, and I don't blamo hor. Who - Lawyer Well, 1,000 or more. Sometimes n sin- er of tho Stewart-WarnSpeedomewhat did .you ex no longer .wants a husband that's damaged by pect?" gle animal sells" for $12,000. One lit- ter Co., was prepared for death, nnd youth that sectionalism ' Boston Transcript. ter of cubs at tho ranch Is worth ?20,-00- when she died not long ago a will exists." smoke?" Client Full of bdozo. of course a was found leaving her entire million-dolla- r What else does f. o. b. mean? Hous an 'A tew ACCORDING TO EINSTEIN Young man from tho country ton Tost. Hlght here, girls, let the ranch 3t estate, which she had Inherited JL1LJ (pointing to an Item In French on proprietors toll you how to guard from her father, to her sister, .Marian. The world's by no means wm fltbat it tho menu) against being bunkoed in buying sila 'w I'll have some of that, DENY PERMIT TO WILSON nw seems; ver black fox furs. They say: 0 please. MEMENTO PRESERVED I Old mathematics is vain dreams; (compassionately) WaltoV I'm application "Tho silver in tho fur Isn't white An by Straight lines are curves circles sorry sir, but tho orchestra Is playing Woodrow Wilson to add another lairs. All the hairs are black at the A spectacle case and a roll of manChildren . . .W complete tip, then a band of silver, then black uscript was all, that saved the lfel of j story to his garage was disapproved that Just at present. A Safe Old Fashioned ; to the roots. This silver band makes Roosevelt when he was shot by an And parallels are lines thatmeet. by tho inspector of buildings of the Remedy for Worms Whon Jones's rich grandmother District of Columbia, who rul'd that imitation Impossible." anarchist during a speech at Milwau- Not any single thing is whero passed away, all his poverty-stricke- n Seventy. fiveyeartcontin-uouiui- e Mr. Wilson's desires conflicted with kee In 1912. The bullet, striking the is the be it test!, Surgeons agree that In cases of friends rallied about him with words regultuions which prohibit two-slopower. It s, for while you think It's there. metal case, lost most of moni.l TREY'S VERMIFUGE cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the Though seriously wounded, its Colo- - The earth-an- d all havo swiftly spun of cheer and comfort; but Jones re garogwS (it r.sldentlcl section? of the tho am offer you. llrst treatment is most important. nel finished, his speech. The case Miles nnd miles about the sun. mained sad and dejected. city. Keep a bottle alwaya on IVhen an efficient nntlseptic is reHand. It will help keep "She left a Inst will and testament, papers, punctured by the nsijis the little ones healthy plied promptly, there Is no danger of and She (sharply) I trust you're I suppose?" murmured Jenkins careby Mrs Roose- When Euclid wrote geometry. sin's bullet, were kept and happy. Lcomlng homo tonight promptly at infection and the wound begins to velt, who has Just given them to the He figured In dimensions three lessly. JOcabottleatyoutdnirifa'tor 3ieal at once. For use on man or antral .tore: ot if your dealer guessed his scientific crlmo Nor "Oh, yes," said Jones, "she left a nlno o'clock. can tiuppljryou.tetulluinania Roosevelt Memorial Association. beast, Borozone is the ideal antisepHe (hesitatingly-- ) In leaving out the fourth one, time. will and testament."- and 30c in alarnps and we'll I had thought end you a bottle) prompt. tic and healing agent. Buy it' now TESTING GASOLINE FOR WATER They hung expectnnt while sobs about 10 LIS, FRET, Btlikart. M. e Sho (Interrupting very sharply) ana oe reany lor an emergency. The cube is scarce more than a choked back his words. ' Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sgld by shade, "I", he declared at last, "am ' to What did you say? In one respect unscrupulous gasoOhio County Drug Co. He (quickly) About 10 minutes space is havo the testament." Argonaut. . m line dealers and milk dealers compare Since to nine. . made a. thoy both "water" their stock. WILL TAKE NEEDLE FROM HEART A NKAVSY NOSE ALMOST Many autoists are being cheated by Clear to the. minds select and fine "I don't seo why 'you haggled sa TAKE COST REPORTER BRIDE having watered "gas" passed off on That grasp the doctrine of Einstein. Modern science triumphed over wlth.that tailor about tho price. You inspectors oil thorn. Minnesota's Topeka, Kans., Ndv. 19. Here's have devised a simple test for dis Confining limits cast behind what once would have been a fatal will never pay him." "Oh, but,-yo- u . see, I nm consciena. new member for the "most forgetcovering- - water in gasoline. On the The eyes are opened that were blind accident, when a small sewing needle tious. I don't want the poor fellow was removed from the heart of A' vaster universe to see- -, ful man's club. aaaaaavawaaHHam theory that water is heavier than gasA Tnaloteoi V. .E. Bundy, Topeka newspaper- oline and will sink to the bottom it Whero man may soar, untranimeled, Dawson Sardles of Minnea- to lose more than Is necessary." aaBaaaaaaaaV ri&r for WEAK. polis. The youngster is expected to Boston Transcript. man, was to be married. He had the naturally follows that a plain pine free. LUNGS or Slrl, the ring and eVer'thing. Primary Education. recover. daubed in cheap molasses will stick As he journeyed toward the church glide through gasoline without hav CONSUMPTION Judge You havo been found guil where the ceremony was to be per- ing anyeffect on the sticky substance CHARLES AND ZITA ty of petty larcency. What do you Are You Frail ? formed he witnessed an automobile but on encountering waetr the molasREACH EXILE HOME want, 10 days or $10? relief accident. Ho stopped, "obtained the ses will come off. By dipping such How's Your Appetite ? A quick palm for that tired, iweatt. feellnr. . cougbi, la cbctt. night brmor. Guilty Party I'll take the money. details, rushed to the office and a prepared stick In a tank supposed rbatei, weak lungi or cooiumpllon. If It doct Funchnl, Mareira, Nov. 19. For-- r This Advice is Vital to You Denison Flamingo. not bt!p you It ceata yon nalhlai. startd to write tho story. to contain only gasoline the exact Emperor Charles, of Austra-Hungty- y, mm Covington, Ky. "I was n in OHIO MEDICAL CO, Almost "too lnte, Bundy suddenly amount of water in tho bottom of the lock box 016- and hlswlfe, Zlta, arrived Mr. Podsnap Do you read the health, MifTercd with backache, headCOLUMBUA o departed post-hasin the direction container will bo revealed. hero this morning on board the Brit- Nautilus monthly? ache, poor appetite, etc, and Dr. Pierce's of the church. He reached there Golden Medical Discovery cured mo 4 ish' battle cruiser Cardiff, to begin Miss Prim Certainly not; I nevsound and wIL I luul not fini.shcd takjust In time for the wedding march. their life of exile recentlly decrcd by er read nnythlng naughty. ing all of the first lxittlo when 1 . to i a. the allied council of ambassadors. feel much better. Nmv Jafcep a little of a FOR FLETCHER'S .LAWYERS GO ON STRIKE m mthe 'Golden Medical "Has your husband a good ear for all the time." Mrs. Discovery' on hand "Walter," said a traveler In a rail. . E. Hughes, 113 music?" y am Of the ninny strange strikes in Court Piaco. road restaurant, "did you say I had Start on tho road to health at onco by "I'm afraid not. He seems to think AVOMAN RAN FOR GOVERNOR the world sinco'strlklng became popu20 minutes to wait or that it was 20 that everything he hears played In .(obtaining this"Dwcovcry"of Dr.l'icrco's lar, ono .of the most peculiar was Custls of Kellor, Va., minutes to lght?" from your neighborhood drugsibt in tub-le- ts church Is a lullaby." tho strike of the lawyers at Placen-z- a, was defeated In her candidacy for "Nayther. Oi said yo had twlnty or liquid, or bend 10c to Dr. Picrco's a Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N Y, for a city near Milan. The attorneys governor of Virginia on an inde- minutes to ate, an' thot's all ye did A Chicago teacher gavo a pupil a trial pkg., aud wiito for free advice. united and refused to plead any more pendent socialist ticket. She was th'e have. Yer train's Just gono." sum for home study which was In . cases. It was no't n demand for first woman In that state to aspire to' substance: How long would It take, wages, since they did not receive tho governorship. Judge Did the prisoner offer any a certain number of men working Feel right nil tho time. Don't lay wages, but a protest against tho govresistance? 10 hours a day to complete a stated work for days by taking calome ernment for reducing the number of Jim When you propose don't tell Copper Only n dollar, yer honor, job? when pleasant Liv- - VerJLa keeps yos judges until the courts wero Miss Research thnt you cannot live and I wouldn't tako It. Sing Sing -on your feet, while reliovingyourtrouh. The next morning ono pupil hnntU Jo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. Dotil and cases had to be post- without her. Bulletin. ed the teacher a noto written by the tako anything else. You can't afford poned indefinitely. Bob Why not? It was ono I it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy Arthur Brisbane says that we boy's father saying: "Dear Sir. strike that could bo readily settled Jinx She's so dreadfully scientific tern and relieves const mntinn.. A not. refooso let my son James do hU s ly Judges. , that she would refuse you just for should not practice thrift so that we sum youtogave ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure ru. l'KHsniMAi him last night as It aa in Its effect and certain in results. Ijh will not go to the poorhouso, but to the sake of tho experiment. Duaolved In water for douche alopp to me like a slur on the won't be long beforo io-Increase our earning powor by mak looks pelvic catarrh, ulceration and influn. SUES TO RECOVER TIPS lax will completely dlsplaco calomel in ever ing our saved-u- p money work for us. slstom. Any sum not more than 8 niauon.. itecoromeaded-b- y Lydia E. PAYS BILL hours he is welcum to do but not: Pinkham Med. Co. for ten year.! home. Children can tako it freely an Charging that she had been unlawwith perfect safety. Every bottlo guarA beahng wonder for naml catarrh, mure " Ronton Transcript. fully deprived of $4000, given her in INSURES FOR SNOWSTOlttt anteed. 60c and $1 in bottle. Nona) After worrying ovor an unpaid bill eoro throat and 'aore eye Econo.rJcal. 11 penuino without the likenesa and signer' Maa oibaonlinanr deaBiuiii ami ,t,H.I -. tho form of tips by grateful patrons, of. $1.50, contracted 49 years ago HUMORS OF IIENPEOKERY lure of L. K. Grhjaby. For silo by r " .maa. Th.P.itanTlelCoii..T. Baton. Ktus. JTelen Mllroy a check girl at a D. W. Griffith, famous movie prowith a Morgantown W. Va firm Mr. Pest I havo hero for sale- - n 1 M. IVILLIaUU. -- HartfoN. m hotel, entered suit against when she was a schoolgirl In that ducer, who Is now filming "Tho Two little lnvontloir to make- the voice tho management to recover thq mon- city, Mrs. 11. M. Farroll of Pittsburg Orphans' In northern Now York state carry farther. has settled tho account, which slier took out a $25,000 insurance policy Mr. Henpeck For goodness' sake, said she could not dismiss from her to insure against the loss that fail- don't tell my wife. Sclorice nnd InCHLOROFORMING OF CAPITAL mind. ure to snow beforo Nov. 20 would vention. MGLE "MIKADO"- w alaEiPanBBk t ! If -no. entail. Most of tho contracts of tho say few men ever Thrift consists of making wlso use actors expire on that date and unless Johnny Did Moses havo dyspepIn somo cases tho ly make monoy boforo they aro 40. I It snows nowveontracts will havo to sia like what you've got? ono's savings. MEMm wUceI uso of such earnings Is spoad- - w'onder why? ha mndo or tho picture filmed all oyDad How on earth do I know? For Sala at vn 11.. I Mall Probably it takes them to er again by another cast. To, sub- Why do you ask such a question? lug them. In others It Includes sav ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH TE ing and Investing a portion of them j that age to discover the folly of th stitute paper for real biiow would Johnny 'Our Sundnyjschool teach EAGLE MIKADO - in oil atooks, mines and othqr. ruin Hio pleture. ho sa)s. Treasury Savings Securities. Mcro-jvoe- t.. in This in er -tBa Lord gnye Moats two taU EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW vnvxr isn't schomesr 4y saving without inventing 1 ,lts :Each "Employe" Guarded For He's Worth a Thousand Or So thrift.' It la sort of chloroforming of canjtnl, putting It to sloop when it shoulcPbo working. It la Just that A BOOM kind of savings that Postmaster den-ora- l' Hays Is trying to bring out of tho socks nnd HUgar bowls In liberalizing tho Postal Savings. CAUSB OP SUFFERING ENDS AFTER 15 YEARS Ioulslllo Woinnn Hays Condition llnd Itccomo Almost Dcspcrnto I When Slio ot Tnnlnc. cy has been written for a storm of MAN I'OitiiuJN' nou.v nny kind. ROOKS MADE ItY.ONK HKIt riKTiT well-know- Thd only hooks ever produced from start to finish, by one man, havo been placed on exhibition at Washington. Thoy nro the work of Dard Hunter of Chllltcotho, Ohio, who wrote tho books, cast tho type( sot It, printed tho pages on n hnnd press nnd bound them. Ho also mado tho pa- por that was used. According to tho census bureau, . nn ..no i, uiery were it,Ji,iVt jiursuus hi mi- elgn birth in this country, on January 1, 1920, an Increase of thrco per cent over 1910. OI this number ovar nro Btlll nllcns. . Tho largest porccnlago of nllcns In tho total population of any one stato Is 7S:7, In Arizona. Tho largest percentage naturalized Is 73.3, for North Dakota. Liberty Bicycles ..' On Sale i V r; Wmftwh er Age-IIoral- d. nn-gl- r& ?n3&! Mora trie one-thir- one-four- th .... ft.V er f& ths. use 0. o 'i u For die mcr S3 y X m WW OUR GERMINAL REMEDY YOU. two-year-o- ld A feyrc FOR.ONE MONTH run-dow- te Oh.ild.ren Cry ln-gu- USE LI V-VER-- X CASTO Mrs.-Geor- RA For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation, oft-fro- Every Woman Wants over-.crowd- ed ,un.iiiiii'M.y uvi-Mrwir .- o. Chnt-tnnoog- t). r Pnll-r-The- y wmZ pencil i4 .. RnT' '" i - - iWnimiiiiHu t 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. 3'iirmrr') Kuy I'lcrlo Arid Docs Very Efficient Work. Many favorablo rtports nro being of Public TecMvcd by tho Bureau Road of tho United States Dopnrt-meof Agrlculturo from farmers using tbo picric ncld wh'lch was recolv-,e- it rom thp Wnr Department as surplus wftT material ami distributed by the department for lnndclearlng purposes, tbo only charge being tho al cost of drying, packing, and fn'ght. Tho following aro a few of the comments? "It Is tho best stuff on pine stumps that I hnvo seen;" "A boon to farmers of llriiltod means who arc struggling to clear up land' There still remain GfC.OOO pounds of picric ncld at Sparta, Wis., and poundB at Fort Wlngato, N. Mex , to bo distributed. Where possible, distribution Is mndo through agency In each somo cooperating State Shipments are mado In carload lots to groups of farmers. nt ac-tu- groat deal Full llnul)iR In (JikmI Practice In of damago to the seedlings nnd often damage- trees several foot in height, When driven out of tho swamps by high, water In tho lato winter and early sprlgn they root up tho long-loplno seedlings and devour tho heavy roots. Observations carried on In Louisiana have shown stands of several thousand long-lea- f plno seed lings por aero whcro protected against areas which were unprotected. aro-known thy to do n - af ods, and tho man himself that comes from having birds that arc ihovo tho ordjnnry. A man who hns well-bro- d stock talks about It nnd shows it to hii neighbors. Naturally, he want tho surroundings of his flocl; lo look shipshape and he. f takes prirto In showing a knowledge of feeds nnd tho methods of feeding1. High-clas- s stock of any kind has a tendency to bring other purebred animals to tbo farm. A good purebred animal continues Ito work of improve- in en t indefinitely not only within Its own class but ovorywhero on tho farm from tho field to tho llornry Hlght Locution of Kitchen, In Tho Steps. House Sa-o- s Is your kitchen conveniently placed with respect to tho rest of tho house, especially pantry, dining room, cellar, and storeroom Tho United Stntqs Department of Agriculture recommends that tho distances between these rooms bo as short as posslblo so ns to save steps. Differences between floor level of kitchen and dining room nnd kitchen, and pantry, aro sometimes necessary, but tboy waste time nnd strength and often cause serious accidents. 44 GALLON US I A "T, V To Www Sheep HiiInIiik On Annual Knriigo Crops. t In tho Unltod States sheep raising and has been largely a business h conducted on the largo ranges of tho I "West or on farm"! In the, East nnd For Infants and Children Itliddle West thnt contain considera0 In Use For Over Years ble p rmanent pasture. It has been Intensive, but Always bears extensive rathor than jtf men who havo boon Investigating Signature of tihcepgrowlng problems for tho Unltod Department of Agriculture be- In tb,o spring". States Fail plowing serves other valualieve that tho tlmo has come when RAUV HAS SIX MOTHERS where ble purposes. It permits the ground In many localities, fnnncrs or to sforo up moisture from winter Tho home economics class at the Krass does not grow In abundance for some other reason land snows nnd rains, and often "dislodges Oklahoma agricultural and mechaniwhcro must bo handled more intonslvcly, eggs and larvao of Insect pests which cal college, now has a real live baby can ubo temporary forage, to advan- had found snug winter quarters in to practice with. The Infant was bortage In raising sheep. This problem tho soli, exposing thorn so they will rowed from nn Oklnhoma City orof producing sheep on annual crops b killed by the cold. Stubble and phanage for ono year to enable tho Mill be given considerable attention other vegetable matter loft from the Instructors to give practical demonby tho department In n special sheop harvest. If turned under In the fall, strations David is tho name of the .Tiithit at tho bay and grain show to has'nfnny more months to rot and college baby. Ho Is lodged in a cottage nnd a half a dozen senior girls bo held vflth tho International Mve become incorporated with the soil. Stock Exposition at Chicago, Novom- ' Whether to plow in the fnll Is of for six weeks at a strotch will look a question of local after him, cooking all meals, making , course largely Ler 26 to Decembor 3. crops conditions and Individual judgment, clothes and taking care of the house A great variety of forago have been used In testB, and It Is now" Sandy soils, for Instance, may be and baby In nil particulars. Of to mnko comparisons so thnt dered liable to blowing If plowed ant' course, an exerlenced matron will farmers In dlfferont localities may left unseeded all winter, lloavy soils keep an cyo on David to see that his pick out tho crop or crops that should nro usually benefitted by fall polwlng. six "mothers" do not spoil him. give the best results. Tho crops USE CORN FOR COAIi that have boon used aro rape, soy Rake U;j The Garden And Hum Tbo v 1ieans. oats and peas, wheat, cowpens, Trn-l- i. Much of tho success of next year's alfalfa, barley, and rye. This sjatem On account of the low marketabil from putting on gains at a garden depends on cleaning up tho ity of corn Secretary of Agriculture nslde profit and ennbllng fnrmors to pro- - trash left from this year's crops, say Wallace predicts that in districts U. S. MUST ACT TO duco more mutton and wool on a llm- - the" United States Department of Ag-t- where corn Is plentiful and cheap and RENEW FORESTS ited acrenco. lessens 'the. danger of rlculture. Insects and disease spores coal la scarce and high, large quan I live over tho winter In stalks, vines. 'low from diseases and parasites. tities of corn will be burned this win nnd stubble. Weeds and velgotable ter Instead of coal unless prices .More Idle Tlmbcrland In America Thnn Forests In All of should bo raked Into piles and should advance Corn at 32 conts a Poison ItaltH Kffccthe Ktcn for Wis I debris "Western Europe. burned or carried off ns toon as it 13 bushel Is equal in fuel value to coal Old Wohci. .4 .. .1 Ttf..n.. . :mci.i m "i .!. nt ? 16 a ton, ho says. wolf win ran tor Evon the wise old age. carrots, potatoes, nnd the temptation of poison If tho bait vegetables which have been other "The United States produces more left on nlaced. Such u nrnnorlv nrenared and FLINGS MONEY IN STREETS than half of the entire lumber cut of ground lu tho harvest should be Is tho conclusion proved, In the face Jho the world," says Col. W. B. Greeley, ueuer. 10 mu tUn- - --- of longstanding Residents of Omaha wore treated Chief, ot tho Forest Service, United trnry by predatory animal Inspectors trading Insects and rabbits. The re-- S to a money shower recently, when States Beparment ot Agriculture, by the Biological Survey, U.jhlts tempted by these titbits may Harry M. Phillips, once a Chicago "and uses 95 per cent ot that amount main to bark the fruit trees and dam- - newsboy, now a millionaire mine ownDepartment of Agriculture. right here at home. The exhaustion range one even- - ago bushes. Tlmo given to'thls work er in Mexico, dashed through the of our timber supply Is coming on the d Ing.'Weads a recent Arizona report,! at a period of year when other mat-"a- streets lu a taxi for an hour throw- about, not because we have used our pressing will be well re-n- s llled a yearling colt to be used ters aro not ing silver coins right and left.'From 'orests freely, but because we have, imW in the spring and summer, That night wo scattered n drug. his hotel window he rained silver on land. The problem, in a nutshell, is porhaps 1C0 poison baits. Tho next the crowds below. He passed out $5, the enormous area of forest land Best Returns From 1 10 nnd 1 20 bills to waiters, boot- which has been so logged and burned day wo made another drag with an How To Wootllnnd Products, automobile, nnd along this drag Hue blacks, bellboys and even strangers. that It is producing little or nothHere aro 10 holps Sn marketing Ho gave a dinner to nil the newsboys ing. put out obout 300 baits. That night suggested by the explaining he was often cold and hun"We have more than 80,000,000 tho wolves came in nnd killed n flnovrodlnnd, they cpntlnucd over their Forest Service of tho United States gry as a newsboy In Chicago. Phillips acres, an area greater than all the colt; but says ho has so much money he Is forests of France, Belgium, Holland, regular routo of travel until they Department of Agrlculturo: Get prices for various wood Switzerland, Germany, and gives Denmark, crossed tho drag line, whore each "tired of looking at uu a poison" bait. Tho pair, ducts from as many sawmills and oth- - it away to see peoplo smile. He gave Spain, and Portugal .which have b?un plants as possible. both old animals, were found about a or wood-usin- g a "shower" to Los Angeles some denuded to tho point of absolute IdleBefore selling, consult neighbors tlmo ago. (Other millionaires please ness so far as the production ot any mile from whero they picked up the who have sold timber and benefit copy.) bait. timbr ot commercial value Is concerned. We have other enormous areas "Ono of them had lost a front foot from their experiences. Advertise in nowspapeis and oth SIOUX CONFER NAME r' In n trap, perhaps two or threo years land now growing but a of ) " BRAVE EAGLE ON PERSHING fraction of tho amount ot timber previously, Stockmen of that range erwise secure outside competition. Investigate local timber requirewhich they might produce. And we aro now thoroughly convinced that wo ments and prices. The products may "Washington, Nov. 19. General are adding to these areas of idle or poison will do tho work. When first arrived there nnd proposed to 'be worth more locally because of tho Pershing hereafter will bo known to largely Idle land from 10,OPO,000 to members of tho Sioux Indiun tribe as 15,000,000 acres every year as depoison tho wolves tho stockmen wore saving In transportation costs, skeptical; In fact, I afterward heard -- Secure bids if practicable both by "Urave Eagle. The name" was given structive logging a'nd still more demeasure. him at a council of Sloui Indians at structive burning progress. that one man said 'Let tho tenderfoot the lump and by Be sure that tho product Is bolng tho'Rosobud Reservation on Armis Reforest Ciit-Otand Ruined Lands. try It out and then he'll "be convlne- tice day and wa communicated ford that wolves can not be poisoned.' " sold to responsible 'purchasers. "This situation," tho Forester estimate "of tho mally today to General Pershfng's of- points oul 'can not long continue with Got a rellablo In nddltlou to tho two Instances clt- bo- fice in the War" Department by Com- out gravo consequences. It wo aro to od nbovo Jwo more wolves were killed amount and value of tho material missioner I3urk, of Indian nffulrs. remain a Nation ot wood users wo by polBon recently, on tho range fore selling. Market the higher grades of tlm- The Indian commissioner present- must becoma a Nation of wood growsouth of Nelson, Ariz., and similar ., nViAnntr fnr.frirm fitir- - ed a telegram from nmma uoi, uatm. Foster Thunder ers. By some means or other we must cases have occurreu in outer Din.. i.r.. oni, ft... ....., operations poses. Neb., -- which see to It that forest lands not needed Hawk, at Valentino, governmental whore Use a written contract in soiling said: for- - agriculture are not allowed to wolves are lu pi ogress. against timber, especially If cutting Is done "On Armlstico Day the Indians of lie idle but aro kept at work growing Rosebud agency gave Genorcl Persh timber. Woodlots'Xot Good by tho purchaser. J'ufcfurliiK Remember that standing timber ing an Indian name. Ills name, will "Where Americnns need moro forPorcht Pmctlce wait over a period of low pricosl bo Eagle on account or his ests," states Col. Greeley, "Is largely woods Heavy pasturing of farm 1. bravery. He will be known as Bravo on these 80,000,000 timber-denude- d uuienuruuou. .. ,. " UIIU "ir ,,.. rhlf onuses of WUlOUl rapiu .lulnrlnrntlnn. "U -- -JlllB UCBJ1 Kaglo among the Sioux from now acres, which could bo made producboon found their deterioration, It has tive agajn with proper attention nnd Puiebrcd Stock Induces Ilct- - on." Service, Unitd States 1y the Forest tt-- r protection against fires.". Some ot seIxihiiIiik. Department of Agriculture, 'ino OPKy WOMEN'S VOVK1, the chief reasons why these forests Tho first fundamental of sucessful verity of tho damage depends largely are needed are as follows: the poultry keeping, whether on the upon tho number of stock nnd A hotel for "women, only" In which "Our manufacturing centers aro woous. In heavily farm, in a city yard, or in tho largo nnake-u- p ortho usually al- - plant, is good stock. It Is true that all .employees are women, with tho drawing nt an enormous rate upon pastured VNQods there is . . . -. . frof An.i rnmoio euu mm .....-.-- .. n n rtHtnra- oc- oxcoption of porters, hns beon open- our timber supply from two to four most no young growth oi mo vuiuume by tho V. W. C A. times ns fast per capita as the coun fa,r,y B00d re8U,ts ,ron Wdln"Jr ed tree species No horrid mwljpu'gors will be allow- try at large. horses, sheep or goats eat; stock, but It tho same caro and Cattle, , ed, Th'o hotel can .care for 100 guest3 to birds "Our railroads requlro 125,000.-00- 0 seedlings particularly the hard-- tentlon were devoted annually to wooden crosstles breeding moro satisfactory nnd Is thoroughly modem. woods, trample them out, or break ter "mm maintain their roadbeds in tit condikinds of seed turns would be mado. tt ir niB ' ., Judge And for the levity you tion and tako caro ot new construcThoro is another benefit from keep-- J from ..." . 1 seedlings out Ing good stock that Is not easily mea- - have shown during the trial I shall tion, XtlnTor root young "Our averago American uses 125 "f the ground and sometimes eat the'sured but, nevertheless, Is recognized give ymUau additional fine of $i0. pounds ot paper a year made large as i,aving a big money value In the How does that suit youT TO.0t8 .. .... . Prisoner That's what I would ly from wood and the growing cir- 'lnm mm That benefit Is the gen- -- .. . In thoso parts oi me culation ot our newspapers and mag call extra tine. wuu Seat pine region where hogs run Many Sections. For various spring-sow- n crops, especially grain, the United States Department of Agrlculturo has .found fall plowing a profitable operation In many sections. As nn economic measure, It prevents tho piling up of work at a critical poriod. Spring grain usually can bo sown to advantage as son as tbo frst Is out and tho ground Is dry enough to work, and It Is to tho fnrmor's ndvantago lo havo practicaIt in the ground as early-n- s ble Tho greatest obstacle to early planting is getting the ground In shape. On largo operations, where cither plowing or seeding takes a month, waiting for tho man and horuopower to finish plowing before It enn be used in seeding often means a delay that Is disastrous. If the ground Is plowed In the fall, when other work Is not pressing, only disking, or harrowing will bo required fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, I Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, i ' Business and other Cards! X CASTOR 30 -- A BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in 3THE If You waSjff&Zc4tf HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED ( lo HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 4 J "i ....... uu-.u- " appose, but keeps rightside up until azines Is increasing that very generous per capita allowance. the instant of lighting. farms us"Our average well-keing tho upper iUlsslssippl Valley as an require 2,000 board feet instance of lumber annually for repairs and improvements. "Our Florida cltriis crop alone, tof pt marketing, takes 1,000,000 boxesot 5Vi board'feet each, every year." a. -.- ---- Carries for education As a result of her offer to marry any man who would glvo her $3000 for an. education, Catherine Peterson of "Jollet, 111., was married to J. E. Miller, wealthy oil man of Shreveport. La. Sillier offered to loan her the money without restriction, but-- when sho refused, ho "became Interested, went to see her, fell In love Innne-dlutand then married her. Just before the ceremony she got her check ' for the f3000. ly Pains Were Terrific 'We-arrive- nr e J pro-nock- If T. Rs DAUGHTER IN SENATE? cut-ove- It is unofficially stated that Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, formerly Alice Roosevelt, has ambitions to run for the U. S. senate In Ohio in opposition to Senator Pomy5ne, who is expected to be renominated by tho Demois a dally crats. Mrs. Longworth spectator In the senate gallery and has shown great Interest In senate proseedlngs for tho last two years. mm ji Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, BTuford, 111., got rid of her ills. ''During...! was awfully weak . . . My pains were terrific. I thought ! would die. The bearing-dow- n pains were actually so'severe 1 could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower of my stomach . . . simply felt as if liic was for but a short time. My husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went eiraigni ror some Cardui for me to try. TAKE log-soa- lo This Means You. When you got up with a bad tasto your mouth, a dull tired feeling, no relish for food and are constipat ed .you may know that you ned a doso of Chamberlain's Tablets. They not only cnuso an agreeablo move ment ot tho bowels, but cleanse and invigorato the stomach and improvo m tho digestion. In CARDUI The Woman's Tonic cr -- S . A Jury met to inquire into a case of suie'de. After sitting throughout th.e evidence, tho 12 men retired, and aflor deliberating returned with tho following verdict: "The Jury are all of ono mind temporarily Insane." Boys' Magazine. SPEED OF FLY ON THE WING Tho nvernge rate of opecd for a air Is dhout a quarter ot a mile an hour. Tho Jest hns been encountered as high as 1000 feet above the earth. These facts were ascertained by the depaitment of agricul-ir- e 234,000 flies, which trapped sprinkled their backs with red chalk ind released them. Traps were placed at Intervals with the results noted. It has also been found that In flying to tho celling a tly does not turn over in midair, as many people fly In tho 1 "Hook ittailhfully and the results were immediate," adds Airs. Gregory. "I continued to et bet- "ter, all my ills left me, and I went through . . . with no further trouble. My baby was fat and strong, andmyself thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though 44 years old, feel like a new person. All I owe to Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system wlien run down by women. v ng , of-be- t- re-m- ,i. " B ot Take Cardui J. 82 HH i. "., ...- ""nm. wiv.4..... .A ,.. V " ' Sotibicr's SwanSongT They're Coming Home By JOHN E. DOLSEN. The year are o long now nnd "FRIEND MEETS WITH FRIEND" X ..JiiiiW THE TURKEY'S LAST LAMENT" dreary sHHBal and lonoly Since the children have gone into hornet of their own. The house. looms deierlod, forJolin and I only Aro left Sn it now, and we live all alone. It often teem strange, even yet, to be tilting With no one but John through the evening! long, And I liiten at timet for the quick, eager flitting .Of footsteps o'orhead or for natchet of song. While the children were little our work wai much harder. 'Twai often an almoit impossible task To pay all the bill and keep food in tho larder, To watch them and answer what-e'e- r thoy might ask. , Still t Gobble-gobbl- e, Of That Spirit It Born the Hospitality Which Should Go With Thanks- ulvlng Day, IMchest of nil tho uplrltif of, Thnnks-giving UjTLClc Birds' Ante. Mortem Statement Dwells Pathetically on the Ingratitude Displayed by Mankind, It's n R.iy life. And I liinen't weak. ened ye!. The boss feeder Isn't ns mean ns I til- think lilnu Ho restricts my liberty, 'tis true, hut tho eats ari) great. A double portion of shelled corn for .hrertkfast. Twice as much for illnucr. Hot innsli for supper. I'm getting fnt, positively; I hnd to let out my wulst feathers two notches this morning. (Iriitltude well becomes tho boss. il -- r dny hospitality, i the spirit of friendly Prencli nhout prosperity nnd inllllona nil you like, but certain It Is Hint n man nnd woman without real friends Is poverty &ie JRabHi: v AThank$4ivm S blory Told by fV Uncle Raje ' 11 stricken. iZJdlWPW i 1 &&MU.Arem0 j Money wjll not buy friend's. I &Q i' V'iTTt 1 JMr UTrnICiKJilKCr4Mtl CiIetyrfeMbrtyKet ff Mngl. ' uttruct beggars anil parasites. Ihu sincere, honest heart mnkes friends wlio will stnml by one In the hour of need, nnd wnnn one to hope nnd cour-- n se In the time of tronlile. They inny not lmve n penny to their names, but they have the richer treasure friendship. And now, when you nro thinking of Thanksgiving day, remember the old friends, those wjio live nlone, whoso families nre gone. Tho turkey may ho too high priced, but a table spro'nd In the spirit of a feast will have mer- rlmeht and Joy nnd turkey will not bo missed. It V. does Only .... r vn , Copyrlsht, 1011. Wostern Nowrpsper Union When t think of my poor fate:. Every day the tlmo prows nenror l"br the old TlianUpRlvinK plate. Gobble-RObhl- haw t wobble how I wobble , "With the things I cot to, cat, , Just to fret me plump niul tender oftentimes think, though I've grown o much older And more nearly disabled than ever before, That all of the caret I would willing- ly (houlder If they wore all with u and children once more. V I M'' NATION'S DEBT TO PILGRIMS ' ) K Three hundred years ago a pilgrim band gave thanks for the prospect of I a home In the wilderness, where they might worship nccordlng to the die-- j tiites of their conscience. Today millions of people give thanks for the . . Sms-&Jimi begin preparation next week to l.l t.., """ iu," It.... k mrouRii , 5 receive them, Intervening years, blessings tnnde i rr&ttttS&X&ZfCZ&h&HZt"1 i And, though they've nil grown to possible by' the fortitude of that little J be women and men band. TercenTennry celebrations we,ro w ttxr OU If we are wissr than our fa.- - X. And havo homes of their own, too, I'll given I Can HaVC YOUr TUPKCy. to commemorate their coining' J), ?J thers In our philosophy of the ' almost believe them nnd brought to the mind vivid con-- 1 if relation of special providence w To'be just my own little children trasts of the nge in which wo llvo Jj to the contlnQencles of human ',')' j again. in comparison wim mose pioneer tunes v. life, are we better than they In .j of frugality und danger. If they could Jj ii our estimate of public fasts and I am going to have tho bett dinner give thanks for what seems to us such p thanksgivings and our base K we over . ! meager blessings, whnt n depth of .)', (ball) methods of their observ. jji Yet had in tho family Thanksgivgratitude Should be ours, who Iiuto In-- ! ) ances? ing day, v herlted ease nnd the modern opportuft And I know it i well, too, for maybe nities because of their persevering we never und conscientious effort. Vili all get together again in this Where the wilderness spread over THANKSGIVING IN WAR TIMES , way. the land huge buildings and cities now stand. Where our Soldiers in the Field Made Merry on John says I am foolish .and that foiefathers plodded In tangled Pork and Hard Tack, Washed 'twould bo better paths and unblazed trails, the nlr--, Down With Coffee. To have just a plain dinner, with! plane wings its swift wnyT eliminatout frills or pies, "After the battle of Missionary But I toll you last night when he ing time and distance hi Its flight. Yet, with all this progress, we hold Itldgc," said Lieut. Col. J. A. Wnt-rou- s, read Ethel's letter In reverence the traditions, estabV. S. A., retlredr "the work of I noticed that he, too, had tears in lished by this band, ns we annually getting rations and dialling to the hit eyes. ' m repeat our "Hymn of Thnnk'sglving." needy army began CopyrlRht, 1921, Western Newspaper Union. i l'hyslcally we change, but tho "As the commander rode 'along 6ur ' heart echoes today as truly the nieJ- line there was a lull for a. moment a With Antic:patory Joys. snge of love that has rung down cessation of the cheers that greeted through the ages. Physically the his approach nnd he said : world has changed yes. Humanly "Tomorrow Is Thanksgiving. You we nre the same. Wo look forward ryat,.T.I.F .11.1. " sliall have a feast.' through the months to the day "By daylight the rations began to arwhen we may stop from the rush rive. There were great piles of hard "You can have your turkey," says of dally demands and take time to this little fellow. "Give me your goose bread, rows of pork, cottco and sugar show our love nnd loyalty nnd np- - every barrels. time. Here's the big fellow preclation for the gifts of friend- - we're gonna have for Thanksgiving." "We had a thanksgiving breakfast. nnd freedom and family ties. , ship It was the first full meal we had had k""1K v f3&m& rt Hn 9LH i We haven't forgotten. We are not for over a month. How vo ground up indifferent. We nre not ungrateful. ' DUAL SOURCES OF BLESSING that hardtack and those chunks of raw J So we keep the day and Its cus- -' pork nnd poured down that good, black toms, and hold It In reverence, fully Thanksgiving Spirit, to Be Sincere, coffee ! .. . ' .. -- i. t ci..iiIj umh l . - c.,nn.. ...... it. ' jv.wu... uiiiieriiimiiiig nil inni it means "Hut the dinner was the great meal. tlon or sacrifice. .when we say "Thanksgiving Nine of us chipped In to prepare It. Other parties did very much as we Tho sources of blessing nre dual fegrf-a- s li did. The ground was our table. On a and the spirit of thanksgiving should plate made of leaves there was a plte of bo directed In two ways, for in the hardtack. A barrel head was the meat Christian theory, the Author of life plate, nnd it was idled high with fat chooses never to work singly, but ruth-e- r pork, well boiled. One of the boys had to honor the good will of men In "ficlyed n large 'tin pall from n colored Modern Thanksgiving. bringing to pass all' tilings for which ssssKv 9&cisssiwV-JSst- 9l cook's outfit nt a general's headquar-- , men are prompted (o be thankful. tens when tho cook was not looking. lHBPfc-- A f wiwiw iwifcrsT 1 (24 Scene Such a realization, on Thanksgiving 'sv p'-'3rjs?.'.This was full of hot coffee. We sat o h o u rs bet day must have u whojesomu Influence oniiww,rTin(iw Thanksgiving o'r s ''' r ("S down like Turks, and while lllll was ' sssaBm vwrny MkU -I Ftr) Day I .i.i.... ...in uii'ijiii ...wl .1... j...li.t...... Mj'i.ii uiit l...i...lif mil, iiiv caifiuijtma .reaching for n cracker Sergeant Web-ute- r Well our hero we forni toward future purposes. For said: is thankful. true gratitude Is more thuii an ex(NOTK: He has my old homo In New York "'Bojs, In pression; It is a prompting. no wife an' seven they always gave thanks for the year's We are grateful for pence, but we I I I nui:: tm&X children, an' he's blessings before beginning the feast. cannot better express that, gratitude. lonesome yesslr If.... SJ Vftf Shall we do so here today?' No one Ion osomo ) than by contributing with fine spoke. Hill laid down his cracker. O Wolf rn Ntwipaper Union nnd friendly offices to increase Read on. Webster bowed his 'head, and so did harmony wherever our Influence muy Here we have a proud little miss Sccno 2 (23 r?ttw.ti.)f the rest ous. I enn'r remember all with thj Thanksgiving dinner In her reach. We are grateful for political WH"f hours, an' 69 Min. IWIH f he tald, but he gave thanks for the arms. stability and elections without before Thanksgivlintin nt nil nnrll' tiilllltlfr it TUinnA nml ),. r ..:iA or turmoil ; our gratitude should im- -' "..J-" ing Day Seo th' flint our lives might be spared to see strengthen our purposes to achieve ' road 1n' MUST BE SHARED "De Rabbit Tt c! en Danced on de sink the country united and that, we might, HAPPINESS more nearly the Ideals of purity In what's coming Tombstone." return to our homes and loved ones, j politics nnd In government.. Wo are! from th' n o x t "Wo went on eating ulthbnt delay Thanksgiving the Most Appropriate of room over tho grateful that by contrast with unfor-- ' same ez ef lie had aim ter do It. It All Times to Remember the when Webster raised his head, but It i transom? (Note: jtunate peoples of other hinds our lines wuz a case of a human crcelur bentlu' Poor and Unfortunate. was some time before word was said. ' Ho lives in a furIn lmmy places. But 'huve been cast do bull-froown busiI at de Iilll was the fir.st to speak: nished room.) our gratltudu will be of poor fruition ness. "'Sergeant, that wtjs a iiIeeNvote of, :t is one of tho laws of life that we If It suggests no sucrlflces which we 'When d- - whlstlln' er do win' thanks you gae. It made me think cannot truly enjoy anything from 3 Sccno must make to relieve those in distress. died out, Mlem frogs raised u douo racket C3 Mln ' of Sue and the baby. Hut how, could w hlcli our brother is excluded. We do spirit of Tlianks There lies the true roun' dnt pon which Kph, at homo In you pray today when yesterday you ' not know how much of this sharing Is beforo Thanksgiv-giving. Detroit Free Tress. j ing) J M),umC bed under ki.ver, swo' wuz do graveSho's a degave Tom a puslf with your inuset going, on. Hut this Thanksgiving us yard rabbit belleiin'. Hadu' er been signing worn u n you; keejV In we gather about our board to enjoy nnd said: '"D (having .His Time studied fer his passln' dat placo atterward, one of the descendants of those 40- line." '" designing at a en seeln' de 'cltomcnt ho raised 'linings' cj.illlr.il isin.tjl '! .itlslo i lil.tl. ...ill.. c o r r espondenco ilem frogs he'd a bileved It wuz do past tho doares" It will warm our Each Day Thanksgiving Time. Sho school.) graveynrd rabbit tell jit. hearts to remember only this ono In- thinks our hero la ' "Heap er folks don bileve his tale, j htanco which will bo taking place, Ha- handsome. noway, 'cause dey sty dat nex day ZfpJriA hat ly Well, any lis usual, tins year. Tlio sceuo of It hjino boys fotin' Kph's gun In de grave-yarIs in a famous street In the heart of ic JJCH, how that's a leanln' gainst n tombstone, en compliment for New York's underworld. Outside tho ' a whisky bottle nunineil cork . end th' poor urtlsf great building early In the forenoon ! down'nrds in de muzzle, ez ef Kph hnd tho line begins to form until by mid. 4 Scono (23 been tryln' to load up his gun whl do dnv It Is thousands loin:, and when tin hours, 674 Min. I I olj &t0?&ZttMK fM.,iwiMK,i. i wrong machine. Dey say he wuz drunk ' nro dually thrown open, each doors beforo Thanksgiv dend drunk en dat 'uz nil dey wua man takes hU tray and Is served ing) First look I J? TK"jilaamTlAjLtfcAaaaW. 1 MI t sol to It." I with mliaaaHaaUaiHaVssisssssssssssssK I rouut turkey, mashed potato, at th' crocodile j hUTHSV.to MM?kC 9 I LaLtf7sVssssssssssssssssssssssssssLisssssVVaA. f Ur tears. Well drawn cranberry sauce and mince pie and THE THANKS OFFERING. Y' gottu huh? coffee In exchange for a nickel! Tho glvo th' artist By Cora A. Matson Dolson. down und outer, the victim of adverd V credit (no one 1 sity whoever comes Is fed. The elso A llttje child with white and unmarred will), 8' all m Arc )n soul room, big us It Is, will nof accoinmo-dtitW) JM-t- r wrong, tho,' tho h Wmft' lias brought my life to seem one perfect them nil, but one crowd rapidly wayfeho'a strlngln' whole, gives place to another, ami so all are Here to the altar will I brlnjf my thilil.' niuu. taken euro of. This happens every Feet yet untaught to walk are undented. Here, while the sacred drops fall on his year because there is one muu of Reward for Cheerfulness. For the summer, for the spring, brow. wealth whose heart Is tilled with Always bo bright null cheerful on For 'autumn leaf and winter rime, Will I with lips and heart rcupond In vow Tu'key struttlu' In de ba'nya'4 Tluinkbglvlug. Thanksgiving day no matter what This is only ono That this the iholccst sift the year has these, and many another thing, For Nary step so proud ez his; You will "know of others. So your troubles nre, nnd you will have Given We make each day Thanksgiving Keep on struttln', Mlstah Tu'key, Bhal.l be by jne held as In trust from let us nil rejoice and give thanks for cnuso to rejoice thrice beforo tho year You do' know whut time It Isl time. heaven. Lj out, -)- 7AUI LAWnENCB DUNDAa the spirit which Is within us. Copyright, I'll, Westtrn Ntwsptpsr Union Bertha Ten Eyck James. j ' .And 'every year a it draw toward Thanksgiving Gobble-gobblnoon I'll hobble ., a . .1 .If mine mem an promise .to vine we TVj the execution plnce; us here, Then clone up In chestnut dressing The old Tlianksglvlng board I'll grace. And I sometimes tell John there'd be more joy in living. For me, if Thanksgiving came four timos a year. For (lie old Thanksgiving treat. e, Present Blessings Largely Made Possible Through the Devotion of That Heroic Band. .2&fs I I T,1 1 Thanksgiving day Is here. Let us try to revive Its spirit nnd hospitality nnd come together to cherish tho .lowers of friendship. Mnny there nre whoso souls aro dying In these days of unrest. .There ure no neighbors to turn to, few friendly congregations where everyone shares the Joys nnd sorrows of nil. The fires on the altar must be lighted afresh. Whatever the tnsk, let us do our parts gallantly, nnd forget not acquaintances who nre struggling ngnlnst the current and who hnve seen better days. Then tho Thanksgiving day will bo n "reality and a true festival in our broad land of Amerlcn, where with freoilnni tvn .... .,,..,... ..,...,... , ... nrn etrlvlnf in inn In t nit th0 blessings of pence nnd equal portunltles for all ' .." i j , ' : -- I mrir-velo- ... j hlJ:?-f- 383 ",l1 BmJm3vija JB- :3 "I've heard folks say It's all foolishness to say you cah't kill n grnveynrd rabbit; 'but I got ylt to see ono dnt's been kilt. Dey had It dno day dnt Harry .Tnckson kilt ono; but 'twur. nit u tnl. Harry had kilt n plain nlu' common rabbit; en when do neighbors heard 'bout It, some of 'em dropped In to see Horry 'bout dls en dut Jes' fo' dinner, Harry up en tol' 'cm 'twuz n grnve. ynrd rabbit; cu dey drapped back out widout wnltln' fer dinner. "01' Kpli Illdlow say when he wuz. young, ho let do white folks talk him Into b'llevln' dnt you could kill n graveynrd rabbit; en do day iiforo Thanksglvln' he tuck down his double-bur'- P muzzle loader, en went utter a rabbit what folks kep' seeln' In u certain graveyard. "Well, sir, not long ntter he got to de graveyard en wuz 'glnst a tree wntcliln' de leaves In de win' up a rabbit jumped, cu hopped on top of n tombstone, en grinned nt ltyh. Den Kph, heln' hongrey fer Thanks- glvln' dinner outer rnbhlt stew, tuck good nlm, en lammed nlooe. De rnb-bi- t jumped up, en let de load pass under him. Wid dat Kph took good nlm ngin, en lammed nwny whl deudder bar'l'. Ag'in de rnbblt Jumped up, en let de load pass Under him. Deu while Kph wuz stnrln' at tle rnbblt. dc'rnbblt tuck eh dnnced on de tombstone, en timit a somerset er two. "Den look like It change Its min', en got mad. It Jumped down on kicked up Its bchln legs 'twcl leaves wuz fallln' nil over de graveyard. Den It snorted at Kph. Tire tuck and shot out its eyes, en out Its nose, en out Its motif; en it kep' snortln' nt Kph; en ev'y time It sported de blnie would reach plum to Kph. Kph say he whirl roun to go,en dipped, en fell. He lit smnck on' top a grnve; en somp'n In de nlr growl' tur'ble nt him. Den Eph gld one Jump; en went plum oer do graveyard fence, en Inndeil In de middle er de big road. He bounce' back film de groun' like n rub ber ball shootln' off a brick' wall ; en when lie lit agin, up lie bounced agin; en so on, 'twel de fo'ce er do fus bounce had plajed out. Soon ez he could, he lit out. "Well, sir; de path he tuck wuz so full er creeks, en illti-linimi lm' dat It look like he had to Jump nil de ; wny home stlddcr runnln' 4t dnirJ Awny ho weut: 'Kerbllckety bTnnkfi blunkety bllckt bllckety blunk:' makln' time dat 'nd er made It Interest In' fer any rnbblt. "Ho hnd to pass bv n lion' whnr rlo s w.uz thlcker'n leaves In win- - j ter. When dey heard de win' a ro'Io', en de groun' dey looked out i Ptl KPOfl n Klfht fli.v nln' nitvnt iuiim t.k forgot. Dalr wuz n man rlkoshayln' along like a nark sklppln 'on water, en ylt a mlssuV all de bumps en log" bull-frog- chasp tho bugs out of the garden Inst summer? I have much to ba thankful for. Here conn's tin boss now. I'll glvo him the n.7.z. Hobble! (tobhlol Hut I have strange misgivings. Isn't Didn't I ?ffilissssssssil2; lT,, A l-. - !BLt.v.n that an nx ho is swinging nt Ida side? It was nil nx thnt orphaned me. For the love.of Mike, boss, use discretion ' Itcmembcr the bugs I Squawk i A THANKSOIV-1NO 111 ji'l EXPERIENCE. What nro your fowls, good Dcalor tell?1 Uut told, ho said, with glnrlng eye, eagles that you sell, No turkey evor o uoarcd high. must bo ' &3 1 ir A ens, n 1 c o and fnt, Would do,, ho said. Thoy named a land! ho ahrlokcd, a sum 1 1 k o Should purchase Dlrds of Paradise. pair of chick- - that &T IV hi. If a For that ha II veal Instead roast sought o t . ' ' ; , r1sur d would ba less; learned tb cost and said: From Aaron Golden Calt I guess. sighing aPaaWP In spirit crushed Esuam&rfwA'i 2 ho turned awny. Tolled o'er his cash with And" slghod, I've worrlod brow, self-contr- ol got enough to pay For cheese and crackers anyhow. Xv4 ' dls-ust- J .'M bull-frog- 's ! 0pm ft p .tt I I Signed Mayflower Compact passengers, The forty-oninalo heads of families, who signed tho compact 'on the Mnyowcrwere: John Onrver, William IJnulford, Kdwunl Wlnslow, Wllllniu: llrewster, Isauc Al-- p lerton, .Tojtn Alltrton, Myles StafidlshJ John Aldpnf Siiiuuel Fuller, riirlsto-Ph- or MlirJliM William Mulllns. Vllllum White, Itlrjiarrf Wnrreg, John How-lan- d, Stephen Hopkins, Kihvurd-TIII- y John Tilly, FninriH Cook, Thomas Itogers. Tlionms Tinker, John Ithlg-rtal- e, Edwnnl Fuller, John Turner. Kruncls Katotj, James Chilton, John Crnckston, John Hllllngton, Moses Fletclier, John OixMhnan, Degary Priest;Tliomas Williams, Gilbert Wlnslow, Kdwnnl Margeson, I'etor ltlchnril Hrltteiige, Georgo Soule, ltlchnril Soulo, ltlchnnl Clark, Itlcliaid fiardllier, tThoiuay Rnirllsh, Kdwunl Dotey nnd Kdwnnl Leister.. With the passengers came also flftoeni male servants. Thoy horo tho nniue.: of Carter, Coper, Kly, Holbisik, Hooko. Lnngnioro, I.nthnm, Mlnter. Moore,, 1 'rower, .Sampson, Story, Thompson, Trovoro nnd W.llder. e M A a l o 'u mmmSzm it WVMSiv?l&&ir mmr k wL M i Q JP ft'to KS HftVE i Be ' m.)THAMKFULJ 4 pr