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Subscription $1.50 per YmuV HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, slro exists to havo tho American ernment call such a conference. LEAVE FOIl OWENSBORO gov- FRIDAY, DECEMBER ?, 1921. shaped ns a palm leaf fan and perhaps slightly larger than a silver This fungus growth upon the decaying snag was radiating the light, strong enough to bo noticed upon the wall of the house boat at the last tlmo Inspected, 3:30 a. m. Tho snag was apparently round upon the outer sides, In fact, rather hard and no rotten wood could have been exposed, and therefore no fox fire could havo but the light was given off solely by the small fungus growths which in daylight had tho appearance in color and fiber of the common toadstool, only slightly more bleached, although very hard and tough. half-dollar. boon-detecte- NUMBER 25 NAVAL STAND OF U. S. GAINS WITH BRITAIN SUBMITS CIRCUIT COURT IN NEW IRISH PLANS REGULAR SESSION n. NATIONS Lust Term To Ho Held Ily Present Sinn Fein GrtH Proposal Which If 'Approved By Ball, frill Bo (Jcrtrudo Officials. Misses Amelia Plrtlo, Put To Ulster. Schlemmor, Margaret King, HorN The Ohio Circuit Court convenod America Firm In .Bankers Of America and Al ford( Vlnltn Barnard, Dundco and ElRaLondon, Nov. 20. An anxious day lis Lloyd of Nnrrows, who wcro tak- nt Court hall Monday with Judgo II. tio Despite Japan's Plea. lied Countries To Ating tho business courso offered at W. Slack at the holm and Common- 'in' tho negotiations designed for the For Increase tend Conference this placo undor the auspices of the wealth Attorney C. E. Smith and pacification of Ireland ended tonight Owcnsboro Business school, owing County "Attornoy A. D. Kirk repre- with tho hopo that a completo of the parleys might bo averted. to tho abandonment of tho project senting tho State and County, A. C. "Sir James Craig, Premier of Ulster, Washington, Nvo. 29. As thor Washington, Nov. 29. The federal hero, left for Owcnsboro Wednesday, Porter presiding nt the clerk's desk, to bo conduct as was expected, declare before the arms conference approaches the searescrvo board probably will designate to complete their Btudles to the point in this, the last session officials during their Northern Parliament In Belfast that ed by these graduation. son of its momentous decisions then, irn unofficial adviser to take part In of m present term of office, in Ohio Coun- Ulster had refused absolutely to acaro indications of constantly growing; dls- a conference of aJJIcd bankers to HAKTFOItl) GIRL GOES cept an ty. Parliament, de support for the principles suggested cii8B means of preventing exchange TO ALBANY, ALABAMA Tho following petit Jury was em- manded a a solution by tho Sinn Fein ' nt tho toutset by tho American govfluctuations upon tho paymont of paneled: A. E. Pate, John It. Daniel, delegation. But he announced Ulster's LADY MACCABEES HOLD ernment. German idcmnlty Installment, high Miss Kennedy Collins, daughter of C. D. Benn, W. W. Daugherty, J. E. willingness to discuss other proposals . SUCCESSFUL MEETING treasury officials said today. Tho Behind the ratio of naval Hart- Benn, J. A. Duke, C. II. Farmer, J. for nn Irish settlement If they were Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Collins, of strength the American delegates are conference is expected to bo called ford, has accepted a position with T. Helton, E. W. JackBon. - A. S. submitted by next Tuesday Tho Woman's Benefit Association In London, or Paris, shortly. Pennoy and Whitman, a firm of Al- Chlnn, W. L. McKornon, John W. Premier David Lloyd George Imme- of the Maccabees, gave a measuring mustering Increasing pressure, with, every conDdenco of success, despite An iuvltiitlon to participate In the bany, Ala., engaged In tho Insurance Thomas, J. J. Jarnagin, E. P. Bar- diately summoned the Sinn Fein del- party at the Fraternity hall thanksconference was tendered this govern- - and realcstato buslnoss. Miss Collins' nard, Fred Boone, J. C. Ralph, James egates to consult with hiin mfd his giving night which was voted a suc the effort of Japan to secure a mod , , incut by the banks of Issue of Engduties with tho Alabama firm will be Gray, M. F. Faught, R. P. McDow Ministers and submitted to them new cess. The ladies had for their guests ification In her favor. Similarly-- in Italy and other allied land, Franco, the far eastern negotiations, tho AmShe cj( will Chick, Stonewall Cook, R proposals which, if they meet with stenography and countries. Tho United Stntes probn-bl- y takes tho position recently mndo va- - Hy. Maddox, M. D. King, and A. It tho approval of tho Sinn Fein will be their brothers, members of -- Hartford erican "four points" aro becoming-mor, Knights of tho Macca Tent would not bo officially roprescrft-cand mors a real pharfcr ot promotion of Miss Gusslo Carson. Tho Jury, after being em presented to the Ulster officials be- bees. Each Knight present was re they'sald, but the preaenco of an cant by the was Bennett, who transferred to tho paneled was dismissed until Friday. fore next Tuesday The nature of quired to be theasured and according rights for China, guiding tho poller of thc conference as it begins discusadvisor of tho reservo" board would general office at Montgomery, Ala The following named citizens were the alternative proposals "will not be to notice- - theretofore given, via the sion of permit tho presentation of the Amethe presence of foreign troop.i Miss Colllus will leave Tuesday. sworn in as members of the grand divulged ponding their consideration invitations cent out, the total length on Chinese rican viewpoint. soil. , by the Sinn Felners. y John B. Jury: Gorge T. Tinsley, of the Sir Knights present netted the Officials hero Indicated that it was Tho Amorican determination to Thc situation still Is very critical Sister lodge $25.00 and In addition Brown, It. C. Tichenor, J. P. Cam-bro- n, ROADS GIVE LEASES more than probablo that Rolnnd T. naO. It. Tinsley, owing to the double deadlock Ulster the brethren donated the sum of $15. stand solidly behind the C. A. Crowo ON REPAIR SHOPS J. W. Allen, Walden Hayncs, Clay- refusing to enter an Uoyden, observer for this government val ratio was reiterated with even Par- -j A much enjoyed program of recita boforc tho reparations commission, ton Bozarth, E. O. Barrass, O. M. llament and tho Sinn Fein refusing tions, songs and music was rendered. greater emphasis today as a reflex; would bo asked to servo as unofficial To Avoid U. S. Jurisdiction Line Bishop and R. H. Gillespie. E. G. steadily to yie.ld on the question of from the statement of Vice Admiral l.i-- l representative of the 'reserve, board Out Plants Kato that Japan must have a larger Barrass was designated as foreman, allegiance to the Crown. The nego MR. AND SIRS. R. B. nt tho exchango dUcusslons, whllo proportionate strength If her nationtiations, however, have not been and O. R. Tinsley Sheriff. MARTIN' ENTERTAIN continuing in his present capacity. Reports that Now York, No.' 28. al neds are to bo adequately served. 44 broken off nnd may be continued on Tho Grand Jury had returned Exchango discussion at tho coming several of the largo Eastern railroads The American position Is that if up to 3 o'clock yester-,1n- v a new basis. Mr, and Mrs. R. B. Martin enterJndlctments copfcrcnco, officials declared, would hrfd leased their repair shops to out- wore for do Valera has left Dublin tained nt six o'clock dinner, at their national needs are to be the basis of nflprnnnn. 43 of which ,Epmon of sido companies or were considering bo confined to dovlslng means discussions--, any change in tho the for a tour of his constituencies; of thc iiq,10r laws, home on Cl'ay Street, Tuesday ev- the exchango ra-l- plans to conclude such leases were vJl)Intlon avoiding disturbance of In his address, before.tho Northern ening. An elegant and well arrang- .ratio probably would be adverse to carrying conpealed other being for by the payment on the Gorman confirmed today by railroad execuParliament today Sir James Craig in- ed repast was enjoyed by the fol- Japan, rather than In hor favor. deadly weapons. , and tives. indemnity In January and Inter of existing strength, which It was explained" that the decivil actions wore formed the members as he had told lowing guests: Nearly nil of tho Judge Robert W. would not Include any proposals for sire to effect greater economies In op- continued or'set forward, some going the British Prime Minister the first QTi rtlr Tiiilrrn Hfo rtl the American plan has sought to ap- Pnm vt ffrr ' ' International exchange stabilization, eration together with the recent con- over for trial today. The criminal day he met him which heydescrlbed ... ply, is declared by the American dole- wealth's Attorney C. E. T.2J.V... gates to show beyond doubt that tho settlement of tho foreign debt propo- - troversies over rules and working actions were continued to Tuesday, as "black Saturday" that such a ucaaio. r. r, uuuaoo, o. rt 4Vf;uiTfi, f o. w. iw it. '"sltioiiR or other world economic prob- conditions had prompted the roads Is "liberal" as it apparliament W. S. Tinsley nnd Mr. and Mrs. Otto of next week, when it is presumed scheme as an lems. plies to the Japanese navy. To what to relinquish control of their shops, , the'Grand Jury will havo completed was "Impossible, utterly impossible." C. Martin and children. The effect upon American. exchange thus removing repair work from Ju - iH -- i.nrs. m extent the Japanese insistence might Those present appeared to be In a it was said, hud bosn carefully noted risdlction of tho rnllroad labor board i Tho Court ,g certnjn to be In ses-nn- d LOCAL SCHOOL'S PUPILS bo carried was uncertain tonight, but reminiscent mood and the time, until by the administration the established wage siiale which 'g,on ,Uirjng lUe 1rst halt of next week Prince Tokaguwa of the Japanese-delegate- s " GET PHYSICAL ONCE-OVE9 o'clock was pleasantly spent in lis ) While the possibility of any Imme- the-IattInsists shall bo paid. softened the 'expressions or am, pcrhaps longer. tenlng to conversations of that char diate discussion of international ecoVice Admiral Kato by pointing out. It was announced that the Erlej The Grami jury has In all pr'oba-ha- d On the initiative of the Hartford acter. Judge Slack being tho chief nomic questions tending to world ro- ratio leased Its operating freight bta- - olI-jsot ft record for work, having Parent-TeachAssociation, Dr. D. of those heard, as due to his years that in asking for .n'djustment was discounted both In of- tlons at Elmlrn, Buffalo and Blng- - returncd moro than 14 Indictments W. had been speaking merely-hi- s eye of wide and varied experience and ev Griffith of Owensboro, throat, ficial circles and among the delegates hamton, N. Y., to a Blnghamton com- - por day during tn0 three days report- - ear and nose specialist, made an ex own personal convictions. er ready wit, few who gather In his of armaments con- pany, and that It was- - preparing to of the limitation Because of uncertainty over the amination of all the pupils In bpth company entertain as does he. strpngly lease its shops at Youngstown, O., ed. ference. It was indicated Japanese position a mectlug or the. . i the graded and high schools Monday some such International confer- to a prlvato firm for ropalr work. that, International subcommittee of naval MRS. LUCY KliEIN DEAD of this week. Mrs. E. B. Pendleton of PRISONERS MAKE FUTILE ence may be held Inter. exports was adjourned without The Now York Central also has REMAINS BURIED HERE Hartford, assisted in the work. FOR LIBERTY ATTEMPT Spokesmen for both the British and leased its repair shops at Toledo, O., and another meeting waa Comparatively few of the students Italian nrmumont delegations today and East Buffalo, N. Y., to a private called for tomorrow, Meantime thcra Mrs. Lucy Klein, widow of the late were found to be In Immediate need Henry Daugherty and Roy Hlnes, declnrcd their governments had no company, and is reported to be con- John M. Klein, died at her home in a plenary sesof treatment on account of affection who aro in confinement in the County were gujrgest'ons that deslro to go beyond tho agenda of the sidering a plan to make similar ar Vlnconncs, Ind , Tuesday. The sion ,ofthe conference might be held, Of the organs examined the general charges, of violating the lipresent conference, but Indicated a rangements in connection with its wore conveyed to Hartford arearly next week to receive the suba later passenger, repair shops at West Al- riving at 2:20 yesterday afternoon standard being given a high rating by quor. laws made an unsuccessful at- committee report, but no formal call towards favorable attitude tho Doctor. tempt for liberty late in the aftercjcrlinugc of views on tho war debts. bany. was Is3ued and burial took place immediately noon Wednesday of last week. JailTho attitude of the American govthereafter, at Oakwood. In any event, ii is expected that. RARE PHENOMENON er Tichenor, accompanied by Mrs. I1AZAA1 A SUCCESS ernment towards an International Mrs Klcn was originally a Mlsj Tichenor, had gone into the jail to the real Issue will be decided in tuft was thut some economic conference Lawton, daughter of Judge Charles J. proceedTho writer in company with Dr. release a prisoner. The Jailer turn- Individual conferences now The BazaUr given by the Ladies at Lawton and was born and reared in effort must be made to solvo he J. R. Pirtle went 'to Grassy last week ed the bolt which locks the doors of ing between the delegates pf tho s but not tho Methodist church was a success Hartford, having angle of world difficulties, resided at this for ii' short outing, mooring our boat the entire tle of colls in which the United States, Great Britain and Ja- during the present arms conference. from every standpoint." The gross BomotUrcc after the death of her pun, In American quarters thero was asserted receipts being $150,00 or approxiTho administration, it until near 20 years ago, nnd on the banks of that little body of prisoners who attempted to escape The occasion band, when, she, together with her water where we remained during tho were, but they had pushed them open was optimism 'that the ugreement takos the opinion that tho nations mately thut amount. torrential rain which fell during tho slightly or had done something to pre would bo reachei within a few days, should first determine whethor una- was enjoyed by all who took a part children, removed to Indiana. bevent their locking and when the door but no one would mako a definite nimity of uctlon could be obtained, therein. The event is' worth whlo, Mrs. 'Klein hns a number of friends entire night of last Friday. Not prediction. Internationally through the present as It brings together members of the amongst the older generation in this ing able to sleep very much, due to of the cell in whlcji tho prisoner e On the side of actual progress tho conference before attempting to ex- various churches of tho community community who will regret to learn the downpour upon the roof near,our released was opened Daugherty and. beads and the thin wallsiof the craft, Hlnes ran out at the same tlmo, day's developments were confined tend tho field for concerted action by and the social intercourse Is bound of the good woman's passing avay. wo got out of our bunk at low twelve, knocking the jailer down and pushing far eastorn neotiations, the reto result to tho good of the neigh: the leading countries of the world. going to an open window where we-- Mrs. Tichenor aside, made their es- presentatives of the nine participatborhood. . (.Vrnianj s Future Payment SURPRISE BIRTHDAY DINNER m were attracted by a light that pene- cape thru tho rear door. Pursuit was ing nations agreeing to a declaration dcrmnny is required. to pay L. G. GANDV DIES darkness. Wo immediately given and each fleeing for abolition of their extra territorial , marks of gold on Jnn. 1, - On last Monday morning In tho trated the inky-blac- k 1922. and ubou,t 8C.000.000 marks on little town of Sulphur Springs a were stricken dumb, almost, by what prisoner caught before they reached rights in China. Tho acceptance of L. G. Gundy, mine superintendent crowd of neighbors and frlonds gath- we first beltoved to be an unusually th3 outskirts, of town, and returned that principle through application of Fobruary 15, the latter payment being tho quarterly Installment of tho for the Broadway Coal Mining Co'., ered at the home of Mrs. Alex Har bright .comet, but how, In nil, rea- to the awaiting colls where they now tho American "four points" was regarded genernlly ns a long step tobe seen through repose. 2C per cuit on tho estimated value at Slnlmons, this County, died at his rison with, loaded baskets for a sur-- 1 son could a comet ward tho llborat,ion of China frpm forof German exports during tn last homo In Broadway , Tuesday morning prise dinner. Mrs. Harrison going to such Impenetrable gloom, us sureign administration, although tho CAUCUS quarter of U'21. Theso payments at 10 o'clock, Death was due to se- the Btore, did not 'return until late, rounded everything on this night? OFFICERS-ELECON OWENSBORO BERTHS oxact date of withdrawn! s to be 'when she came In tho table was But the stream of greatly elongated nro due uuaor tho reparations agree vere Injuries received from an by each of tho nations for slate fall, June 17, last, his bountifully spread and tho dtnlng light was before us, that fact was as ment between tho allies and Germany j Owensboro Ky., Nov. 29. LeVegn Itself after an International commisof last March, of which France Is to body being so' crushed that complete room was crowded to Us utmost ca- plain ins any ever presented to tho receive 52 per cent, Cheat Britain 20 paralysis of tho lower portion of his pacity with friends and neighbors human eye. For the time being we Clements' will bo the next city Attor- sion has investigated the facilities of per cent,, Italy 10 "pej; cent, tho re- body resulted. with many presents awaiting her. So gave ii up and crawled between our ney of Owensboro It was decided to- tho Chineso Judicial system. Washington, 'ov. 29. The purgoing to the smaller allied Mr. Qandy although a comparative wo all cried nil d laughed and spent a blankets again, but Jiot to sleep, as day at a caucus of (ho Mayor-elemainder ly young man, murpheus was as elusive as tljo rain- and the. cQmmlssIoners-clect- . had been superin- real pleasant day. Mr. pose of tho American delegation to and associated states. . Tho Gorman treasury, accordlng.to tendent for tho Company for some We were entertained with music bow itself.- Later, the rahi increas- Clements took an active part In the the arms confVcnce to accept no mod ification of Secretary Hughe' proin Berlin tlino." authoritative statement and some recitations. Thoso p'reseut ed and the darkness could almost be Democratic campaign this fall. ratio' of naval strength The remains of tho deceased were wore ns follows: felt, excont for the light given off John Lyons, for seventeen years nn posed 3 feels itself able to cover these payMr. and Mr.,'G. ments, but doubts whotlrer Its started from Broadway early yester- Day, Mr. nnd Mrs. Jim Mngan, Mr. from towardvthe east, the cause of Owensboro patrolman, will bo Chief as tho fundamental basis of any limitation agreement was authoritatively Wo of Police. will bo sufficient to meet In- day morning for Morgantown, W. Va. and Mrs, Charles Duff, Mr. and Mrs. which was yet unexplalnablo. Josoph E. Jack.son, IJeputy Unit- reiterated today. The statemout stallments of the same amount com- his former home, where burial will Otis Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hunt, again got out of bed to make further by disclosure of the fait as ing due April 1 and Mny 10, 1022.Au-thorltatl- v take placo. Mrs. Kate Foreman, Mrs. R. J. Duff, Inspection, jtho light having grown ed Stntes Marshal, will bo night Chief to existing naval strength. ' This opinion In tho French arMr. Oandyjs survived by his wifo Mrs, Byron Truman, Mrs. Romney more perceptible. It '.Might have of Polled.' Edwnfrd Cureton will be retoined showed Japan to have; loss than tho mament delegation Is that whllo the and two small children. Acton, Mrs. 8. S. ?Vcton, Mrs. Fanny been millions of miles away, as all meeting of representatives of tho Pou'ers, Mrs. Annlo Mldklff, Mrs. comets are, from tho vision wo had ns Chief of the Fire Department, nud 60 per cent status to which the Paul Murphy, Mr. and Mrs. Cully which was Just about the suute dlrec- - William Watson will reinnlu as head plan would entitle her, no mutter bauks of issue may glvo temporary LECTURE AT BAPTIST Cllimcil THLS EVENING Harrison, Miss Ora Day, and Mr, tlon or location of tho sun at 8:30 of tho municipal plants. James Rlch- - what method of calculation was asslstanco to Germany on tho quesmore It showed also that tho Amln the spring time. The stream oflnrdson will be City Clerk and 13. B tion of exchango, something Buck Mldklff. erican delegates had been over tho light was, according to our best esti- Shirley City Engineer. .comprehenslvo must bo dono oarty In j At tjio local Baptist church this evening at 7 o'clock, tho Rov. W. W. whole "field before offering the plan mate, it vlowcd at close range, 9 MISS GLENN ENTERTAINS the new year to retoro me vuiuu ui y Williams of Owcnsboro, will deliver and that their figures wero correct. abroad or feet in length. We, for some reaMRS. BIRKHEAI) ENTERTAINS the Oorman marks Miss Leila Glenn entertained the son decided t,o cast the rays from a Mrs. Ernest E. Birkhend entertainmay not be able to meet sub- his lecture "Tho Alms of Life." Rev. Williams Is pastor of the Eaton Mem- Black Cat Club at the home of her good flash-ligIn the direction of ed the Ladies' Social Club at her DAUGAINS IN BOOKS sequent Installments. orial Baptist .Church of Owcnsboro, parents, Judge and Mrs, J, S. Glenn, that bothering us so much, and to homo Friday afternoon of last week The only solution, It Is felt, that and a good and Instructive speaker. one Saturday afternoon, nt, progressive our utter surprise a dead snag wos'in honor pf her 'sister, Mrs. A. V. We have several hundred books of might be adequate would-b- e The invitation to be present is ex five hundred. 7 Quito a number of revealed upon the "bank nbgj(end Goodln pf Charleston, Mb. A number fiction In our library. We nre going-tat by an international confertended to all. No admittance foe I guests were present 'to enjoy the not more than 15 or 1C feet distant, Jot games of Progressive Rook wore close, theso out at 25c each. Com-earlence In which to assure success tho finan- will be charged but a freewill offer games nnd the delicious luncheon upon one sldo of which was a row bt played, after which the many guests and got your cholco. United States as the dominant ing is to bo taken. fungus at almost regularjntcrvals, were served with ?, dainty luncheon. J 2St2 served at their conclusion. WILLIAMS-TAYLOR. cial power, must take art. The de 5-5- -3 col-lap-All-Irela"G-5-book-keeping. o d, No-99"5-5--os k I R er 10-10- -7 er ( I Jail-undhtir-placto-bto-th- e J 500,-000,0- 00 '' -T -ct was-bucke- d ap-plliGor-mannr-rlyy & mms. un used number of Kastern Kentucky counties have passed tho western counties. coughs that rosist or dlnary remedies requlro both external nnd Intornal trcatmont. If you buy a dollar bottlo of "Ballard's Deep-seated POPE AND KING TU END 'STRIFE? .COAL YEARS AGO Iloio-hriun- d jtlSscovered By Indians, But fJfo.Record Of It Being UseH by Them. &. Jtllspatch from Loulavlllo sftyB fCted! vwanllrst dlscovored nnd used Vj7".rrhtmjnpn Jn Kentucky in 1750, uUnni.o.Tinl production has during most of tho 172 years, Dr. W. Ilouso .QUCp director nnd geologist of "t'jaJcKr Geological Survey, asserted ror&3n reading a history of tho coal TfctTfcKstry.ln "Kentucky before tho Fil- eifitCtiib. That the Indians and their tftoMirsaindonbtedly know of coal. . TCtttiMBRh thero Is no record of their ttwrJmg -- burned it, Dr. Thomas Wal- TnK,.'creaitc'd with being tho first 'fieajBian to traverse the wilderness saaQjtvcbnse survey was the basis on e?ich ' the boundary line between SbxSEefey nnd Tennssoo was finally TistaCTiiiied, was tho first whlto man "bniStuJ nnd use conl and record tho rscst'tn Kentucky. Dr. Walker' ly tho Fllson Club, - rsaotTaxMuh was quoted by Dr. Jlllson, Jon April 13, 1750, mentions tho finding ruecssnrete "lnnvps tf coal In Cumbor-isaa- h tsxp, then called Cave Gap, and 5 "lor camp fires. iHis diary, cwMorJUa; to, "Dr. JUlson, shows fro- Tjocpt mention of coal thereafter. "S3r 3'IHson, after giving credit to aanXnatens for first saelng and using jxtl'toj??ely for tho carving of orna- -ssrsrx,'si-pressed the opinion that It sens Jbtnuige that they did not- - dls- iiaar-.pu"b1ishod tera.T.-a'n'Kntiy Syrup you got tho two rcmo-die- s you need for tho prlco of ono Thoro Is a Horrlck's Rod Pepper Porous Plaster for tho chest, freo With each bottlo. Sold by Ohio County " m Drug Co. VKTIOKAN RAILROAD KN- - Papal Secretary Said To Be Ready To Talk ed nv; cwrwr'its burning properties, Inas- jaosaifi'as ihey were always putting i3unor;;into fires for cooking purposes. -- , moo I.10.1HI eco.ou . THseattirrliost known white man to tO.nn 100.00 300.04 13.01) vsew,"iij Kentucky coal fields was La Stll PrlM SO.O0 1M.00 1..M) Ctll l'llp 40.00 100.00 X3jl5k, according to Dr. Jlllson. Ho K.00 :tlt Prlr IMI.O0 30.00 r- Slli I'rlir 3 00 in no 3ie Trot, Itowevcr, apparently Mill l'rlp 1 3.00 40.00 his trip down the Ohio 10th Prlrp 00 10.00 30.00 Ittti l'rlc lu.OO 100 30.04 aawsap-jOi- u month of the Allegheny in ISth I'rlic Observu These Rules X.00 1O.00 30.0( Z.O0 Prlte lU.tW :tS-3r- . M.IM. nor did other explorers who Any nun. woman, hoy or clrl vrhu la nnt In "' . ... Iltli I'rlie 3.01 lh rmiitoy of Tho !.cula I !. ItriaM. or a nirmlfr of . 13th I'rlio &&! on'lho liorders of the state 10 00 r.00 30.00 nn iinp'ojr'ii.raiiillr. eiay Hubmlt nil nujw.-rIt i" thins to ir. I Mv?recu lain and 1700. ' "TESw? exact dato of the smarting of riuat - nuitlot tir Drrrmtirt ST, 1931 to Styles W. NcHion. 1'icturi. IuaI Manaictr I fiiSsjTproduction of coal for intra-stat- o HornlX TliltJ Aiianrrn inuit lo wrlllin on no 'lti of the zzew$pnrt .Is uncertain," Dr. Jillflon wont numlwivil 1. t. 3. A. rw ji.tor only nl.il r,tch e : an luted. Willo yoi pi1 aiMicss In ike xiiXVirJi It is certain that the ox- poiui c.f rnoli hert. If you desirt uilM the coal fields and many of lo v tilo niotliln? rUf. u a mimr.ito Mct. It roitn nothlni; lo lako part This liin't fourth Onl) wnfils fennd In the Unellsli dlollonary i icllir"Jfsl veins were known in 1810." inn RtimeYou don't havo to send In n will In- - oim'.-i- l to not i. Iiyiiln iiutrU. comiounrt or S2&2J.20 "William D. McLean open-.-r- f; nnleyn yon want to. Our Uontia Howard hMiiia wniilx. L" rlihiT r'nn nr n plurnl. Wbrrr llir K'ngu'iir n L.1.1I ir i). note n ( word, tho iilurol for noo.Ufis. however, mnhv the prices much mine on Green River, the first mi nut In; tvunlcd n unoth'r onl. nnd "Mco ciki KKI4I KKLKJIOX OUT OF POLITICS l.irccr whn auliKcrlptlons nru Rent ir. your puzzlo ouoimiMTclal operation In tho Western Ik oad I'l'th Wont of ilio aiif h;,i. n.: A treasure chest containing gold, uly ntmwer :.i Klrst I'rlze by tho JudRe you ncf. titourh urnt in ll':natc flirriint objtcm. will win J35.00. fields. Production for sale HUT. .If you would like to win jewels worth $5,000,000 Vh,' hiniu olijot ntt h. h:imI only nnf However. not meddle in silver and The church must MORI: tlin't IJR.OO we nro making tho followlnir I.1.J l'('t of "II ntij,rt llrfy alao hi mined. was recently unearthed In the marshaaKlitIS waa 328 short tons. Prior to civil affairs, warns former npfclat offer ilurlnir this Hoostoiii' Campnlcn nixih Till- 4jiiIiik Hie lnri-- t and whereby 'on ran win nomc dandy tb; rash prlsr--j fciuawwil seems to have figured llttlo es near Cuxhnven, Germany. The 'nirect tlt 'f lll! ohjirl Rhonn Ir. tho Uturi- - Ir, Marshall, the by wn-llnONK oi TWO (tnnxtmtim 'two) "' vtll, !. uKi(iii II, m i.itx. ii'ii.iu nl'h tho lc tn tata.v calculations of writers and ex- - best Interests or who says it istotokeep metal is said to be the finest gold r to TIip Louisville HHItALU. tjl 01 Ii.unlMilthic win htvc no lionrlns the country his 1:1 dicldlns the winner. ,. czs. he said, as Fillaon, Inmen- - church and stuto separate. While un- J and silver and to have an art value Srven'h r.ir'iolnnntu nmy pi.oirtate lu nni'verlni; ' In 1784 falls to considerably In excess ot its metal you I'lt'K "'""r '."","' ""'.' .W! . anUrrlpl'on to Till". Ili:it.l.l and(,l0ij hie tlic ihiiz hut mi mi- - prlie will ls.nwnidid lo nri) OM-rnt, only Mining, however, has been convinced that any church or any race value. The treasure Is believed to.be flic hii'xho't- nor ll irlris nwnntrd to mnni ih.m hv ni.ill Tor onp jmr ill K) )ou will win mm lnilr.l of Innny uron oumidi- - ol the f:ni 1'j nil- n' v."ii mm. I tiir, tSW: tlilnl nrlrt- - lv. mhiuI .,i, ...... i ssKWsaBraHy carried on from 1792 Is seeking to exercize an ulterior part of the hidden hoard of a pirate Iim) I riftnicli'h In tin virtu of it l l.i fur nny ptliw offurd fluence, over he the government, Mjual iijiotiU'a v 111 Ih. numled. ;tfctatrlnE the latter- - part of tho maintains that churches should steer named Stoertebockor for which GerOlt. If Hip Jiut-- e n inn nnr to VhUh- - SulkCiliitloiiK. I'liliirp I'liiflp I li:T riil.l. unitnnvtrrtime the (" Ward IkiiIi yen i.ow century was used to forge rrfir',! hy rut In TWO mans have been hunting since 1390. Il pfcnt. iiin'l crniilfr o: ne one neiv nml one rrnrnnl or two urn) u!nrrif!timi4 rrrrile,. 'llrmeirr ck'iir of politics. Allegiance to this iaaxsjnelied in the first Iron furnnce jn ii.n'lftliis ro- fin- i "sfiiul ntlicr muxlr.ium nnn .1 lo Till: lli:i:.t tilnl'i only hy mnll tur'onp-jrn- r Stoertebecker and the Vltalien brothnull) t irniit flic iikw muIim iliitlcn i it at tip government renunciation In A m-or SID in nil. jph Mill win Sl.tlpQ Imtrml of .l.'l1 w,m who hi' hot auhaoilhfr In wcsAr the'JWlegheules, which was of allegiance must meanforeign prince, ers were the most notorious of Europrlre. ?;.VI lli.nl iUe. fft;; ,c Ihlnt column In tie. to every hy pnrrlcr or mnll ftttu--! N'otTihcr CO prlr lll.) pean pirates. After a long and suct Ztsaaila sit Owlngsville. new potentate and power, the former will he r.irefullv Tenth II tnhr- - hut TWO vihvrlpMon (either one ISrniemher! eil v. cessful career as robbers on the high j I'u: 'li'd hv the rii7zl- Mrimct-r3iase 1S28 the coal production of iipk nnd one irnenul or tun urn) to iinullfy for the mil iiihiIIiut o'd declared. "It would be well .. r lli foifilt ti iitwciltlir SU.no I'lltKH! AUstll t TI5I.Y8 You run Mcurr II.mm- - ulih ridlt r auth put,. VUcsuie has grown steadily with a for ull Americans to remember that seas they wore finally defeated In a m:. IihI.t.h in inl t rliu for the Innxlinuni oHnnK little- - elfort. Ymir own older Ineir or mien-tilwill rumit uiip. ' ISIrtrntli All Ami wini- - (rlriiil will be clad to til )ou I he v. Ill ucelve Hid aamo con- - J latsadT .Stall after and during tho Civil battle near Helgoland and Inter when this republic was founded and its they w in ntlicr. Urt hu I ii. oi hut or net nxasTHwhinftproductlon fell from moro attacked Hamburg. In the lat.no suit In. sri'.t'l.ll. ..(llt I'.! liinlelpnrit llilnj In onn nlirrr made by Catholics and TUT. IiritAI.1) l ilrlliereil hy nrn nrnt or carrier mny xtiaa; SJ.OD0 tons to aproxlmately constitution and men of every phase ter battle Stoertebecker was capturTwoiftli Tliu-l.oulalllv IiiikIikbk men. Imxlnit n. Himllfy hy krndlni; ONK or TWO Protestants romiet-tloi- i iil.j;rl'tlii' . with The llomhl n tit ho R'lflnl to net n ed. He was hanged Jn Hambul-glo Ihr Kiil'.v u:id Sun. 1) llenihl under Hie uUxe conill-t'.oSJVi ions. It regained its .hutiia mid drcldu tilt- - wliiurii, rnlllilpniiii aKivl of religious thought," he said. "They i.l fUiillf)lnic, ut fl.SO for nitli order, tin- dec. ton if tlneo nci'ctit im fnnl nnd the" Civil War, however, Under German law the finders aro were Impressed with the Idea that In fhe development was compar- - n government guaranteeing religious entitled to 10 per cent of tho treasure; Thlrtrentli Tho Judcn will nift liiiiiinllatcly M l!:Clttl'UONS I'AYAIII.K I.N AIHAt'K. IMii'e flume Hint thi close of llin alow until 1013 when the owner of the property on which it of the roncet Hit of "C" Imlly. one yc.ir.-h- ) l'nltp.t etntea Mnll ord nnd ,7"1 l,e I'uh'lnliid In Tho Herald JU4t h ini'-'-ito tho hend-sjx- c freedom, churches as organizations wns found getting tho remainder. Twure extended .". mid Tenneaae lu Kentucky. 15.00 Miere-ftshould keep tholr hands off purely i'0aILler '. of mountain streams and the Tho owners hope to have, Uio trea ,...J5 60 Lilly and Hjiulay. r.U tnonlha ruurtccntli Any lniilrlea irKaidhiR the I'ikmIi civil affairs. A large majority of wrwitivllon grow In leaps and bounds. rinnie iiumi he either rlttin or telephcuid tu th III .oulfville and towna whero Till: llnitAI.I) sure remain, in. Germany rather , than tfuv nlM'ono attll 1in1!nn In tlita vu.- - . . .,. . . nuc-nFuiilo Milliliter. t or canlcr Inn ne Mifaiia gun uuiiiv ,.,S.:0 ttui 1rv 72fceini4-.i- l airoductiou of the state as Mako nil renilttancea (inyubU to TUo LouUvllU V:iiia fizzii: ox muicnsT. . and they will make It odious k. ,, ikki: ov Herald not to ludUIduali, .from 1828 to 1920 inclu trlno 3M.ma3 -nr church which tries, as an om, 4i,M.r,3B.nsi tons, ho said. v,mnn. ' 215,023,557 tons were produc- - organization, to control the currents, CHBttfe ,l,lti0"nl Uf0- Myles W. Neilson, -, Louisville, "!'r "" 10" to 1920 fc3ixlus m Heartburn Is n symptom. of lndl- "No iiiun has u right to complain Piuzlc Mnnnger Kentucky . tfte only 188,512,024 tons CopyrlKhted till n dose of He n and ( Tvnnr.li? iai".l. Tho production from ' TT auch cases. The pain disappears In- -! 8C11 ,s B'-11)20 inclusive was 100,457,- - ,elual aalrs " " sftiiitlir Tho lirwvnlu nnnrntn annnill. ... ...o .....,. , ww.-- .. K" .,! ' I" SKS tons valued at $32730,755. -lou'i" l 'bUUD uuu H"u - . All ..... ll o yet undeveloped, "'Its countless " HAltMKHS KAIIN MOKH "" cheerful.'""Price COc; Sold by Ohio this has beon nccompllsbed In legislation affecting tho yenrs with only ' sures of natural resources yet un- ul Counly Drug Co " " .sn&tediibtry was the creation of the m of tho fertile lands yet under culti- plumbod, Its primeval forests yet unHigher education has Its advanWtmtey Geological Survey In 1854 complete separation of U8state, and , corrc. U.10,000 ASIKRIl'ANS- vation." chartered, offers a homo of content- tages In farming as well K3 in other '" ivniBrifa " .:s3m. in 1SS4 tho office of mtno.ln- Whatever of good morals and high ment nnd Independence to the sons pursuits. Sir. Fostc'r referred to the new UVINU IN CANADA The government iMWr was created and In 188C a- ,l,ea,s liureuu - man " havo bee" JnPlnteil In me hyrdoolectric havplant being nnd daughters of your pioneering', euucaUoa reportB teaJ.asod requiring mines the ,abor tho I'nciples of the Presbyterian built on Winnipeg lllver which will forefathers. kisVT.VMty employes or more to have ! Syracuse, N. Y.,'Nov. 26. Of income of n farmr with a ltlgh- appointed by the cliurc l 'ave sought to use In tho Inhabitants of Canada west make Winnipeg one of the mantifac- nvorages $521 a year chargo of my duties as a citizen. 3n 1S87 tho law renulr- of the Great Lakes G50,00tt are from .turjng metropolises of tho continent; more than that of tho farnu'r with l'IKIlKltMAX HOOKKI) 1'UIISK ut l havo s0UBht to use them as an ' t"0 "'c conl "olds of the Kocky xmitiintlnn was miss, . , only a common school training. Tho the United States. This wan stuted In r . nrea, iho tar sands .of th" szcviju1tuu; mlno owners to pay 'HvIduul in the interests of my ,, reccrit nd,iress hero by DoWItt The best catch made Jn years by ngrlculturlHt with a college educutlon before the sixteenth of the f,ouu,tl"jr aml ''ot as ,a c"hiuan In . fornier member of the Canadian i'Athabasca and tho bonanza oil fields Ralph Oreonspom. of Now York, was i earns on au nverauo I4B3moro than , , ... . .. my church." i. rrexziihtollDwlhK that in which sur the Interest of Parliament and now superintendent. oi, uiu niuuHuuziu uamii anti to "ine a purse which he hooked while fish-- ; tho high-schograduate or fi79 billions of dollars in gold that' He ing in a lako tho other day. In tho nioro than the grammar school num. 1002 the ago vSwvii-irwU'reilIn Sleepy father to Fred, who was dis- of tho industrial and resourco departsis Inches beneath tho surface in tht purso ho found t? 11.9 8 and a powder alior was set at 14 T:4J!3tiJt'.:'Iiii"illTl turbing his luto Sunday morning nap; ment of a great railroad. rsstr and In 190C Was raised to 10 "Now, sou, let's go to sleep, and sleep "They have attained Independence. wheat fields of the Western pro- puff. Detectives declare that tho Those who own books and who aroN purso must havo been the property too and'ln 1,SS a bill was passed about 10 minutes." said Mr. Fostor. "Tfiey have built vinces." not tp lond them will "We-d- o taa-inloremen stand an exumiun- not say to you: "Leave of a woman. schol8 aml colleBea seconi1 t0 "01,e- uppreclute the action of the man who Fred You go on to sleep and I'll .caJroiiorn the fitnto mine inspector. Slav awake nnd toll vtm whn tlin ln mo nisi beeu you .laonuionewuu your homes and come to Canada," according to tho Iloston Herald, put Eastern coal field first pass- - 10 minutes aro up. lhiffolo Kxpress. 1,as bu,,t 4'400 8CUOl8 at the rato I Mr. Foster continued. "But if you KINDS $100 IX .CJOL1) onhls bookplates this quotation from - a cbe .Western In production In 1912 have made up your minds in obedl- o( oui) a day. Clovornmont John Hrnzoll, employed as a fhnn Sir Walter Scott: . .... xu- - ... Hopkins county led tho ..wl ll. l..l . Itvu truuiuuiics unu iiiiui iiuaiuiuii . enwu iu ..l....- -l 4Jiuui'viinn iuaiiiii;i ur lllu Uc- - hand near Lansing 'o.va, found $1,- "And ploase return t! For I And havo been established. Dominion and sire for now worlds to conquer, then ?00 in fold liisUn a .o&ss J A which that, although most of my friends ara "scJtt Mna.9 13' Muhlenberg, another FOR FLETCHER'S provincial governments are spendlns wo say thnt Western Canada, with his plow turned up. Itather protitn poor mathematicians, they are good ss:tTU 'rKUncky county, became jecuntly Pike county nnd a millions iu good roads campaigns. All Its millions ot acres ot virgin prairie bio plowing! fJlzssv iui bookkeepers!" Youth's CoiupanldnT -- ' :ErvHiidlaiis of tho SouUiwe.4. ho JtaAtL nspB x:oal for flriiu: pottorv. 3S5i-thctlealt with tho formation "i&rsiTHi ,1n which he said the newly iW3!rS''aana-wacovered w'to fi"is.'. 33ny?sWi anil then by a sle3ir.i-arns 1 woTed into th: 'ftrncd into a hj"! xhnt later solidified into coal. n s -- - s-- n. -- na.ir London, Nov. 24. A Central Nows dispatch from Romo saya the newsGINK 72 YKARS OLD paper Tempo publishes nn Interview with Cardinal Gaspnrrl, tho papal People of todiy who are. so used secretary of state, who is quoted as to locomotives that tower as high as having nsserted that Porte Benedict a houso, weigh as much as a sky- - h'feady for a reconciliation with Ita- scrapor and could pull Mt. Everest b". The liberation of the pope from his out by tho roots can hardly realize, how small and crude tho engines 'virtual Imprisonment" in tho Vactl- wero during tho early days of rail- - can since tho occupation of Romo-broadlng in this country. As we re- Itallan troops of King- - Victor Emanucently related. Now York has been el In 1870, which tho long attempted b reconciliation with Italy would efproudly exhibiting Its famous locomotive named the Do Wtll fect, is believed In diplomatic nnd Clinton, And now Chicago has church circles to have been the prime factor In tho convocation of the secret trotted out hor oldest engine This engine- - was built in Philadel- consistory by Pope Benedict XV last phia and It made Its first run in 1848. week. For more than sixty years tho It was a great Improvement over tho Clinton, which dntcd back to- - 1831. heads of the Catholic Church have The Clinton was little moro than a not left the precincts of tho Vatican. boiler and engine assembled on Pope. Bonedlct recently announced his wish to attend tho translation of wheels, with an ordinary stove-pip- e for a smokestack'. The Chicago lo- - the body of Popo Loo XIII, which comotivo is really quite- a rcspectablo would entail leaving the church pro- ancestor of tho present. great colos-susc- clitcls. Couatcr-proposamade by It has the flaring typo of the royal family of Italy, In considsmokestack which was used on near- eration of the church's fight against ly all railroads down to about GO communism, wero tho offering of a years ngo, and It has a well develop- "corridor to the sea," with a port at ed cab for tho onglneer and fireman. Anzlo, which would permit the pope m to trnv,el abroad, without making himself liable to captive by Italian LIVED YEARS ON troops. Popo Benedict, howover, BREAD AND MILK whoso diplomacy and statesmanship aro known to bo very keen, imme For Moro TIiiiii Decade Malady Of diately intimated that he 'could not AlaUumi Woman Whs Continualaccept this proposal as a step toward ly Kiippliix Her Strength. the solution of the political strife existing between the papacy and tho Mrs. II. P. Barrett, of Republic, Italian government. suburb of Birmingham, Ala., gives Since his accession to the papal tho facts of her remarkable experi- sea, following tho death of Popo ence with Tanlac as follows: Pius X, in the early stagss of the "During tho past fourteen years I WoTld War, Cardinal Delia Chlesa have spent more than one thousand has never left tho Vatican grounds. dollars trying to get rid of a com- Recent visitors at tho Vatican say plaint that was gradually sapping that the confinement, together with my strength, but until I got hold of the heavy duty of his offico have Tanlnc nothing helped me. For the aged him,, and that ho would soon past four years I have lived almost seek to open negotiations with the entirely on milk and bread, and fi- king, which would lead to a settlenally even thnt went against me, ment of the situation, arising out ot "Before I hud finished the first the government's taking possession bottlo of Tanlac I got so I could eat of the papal territory in 1870. anything, and I certainly bless the . day I firat got this medicine for I Sickly children need White's Cream believe it has added years to my life. Vermifuge. It not only destroys The 'people in my neighborhood were worms, it there be any, but It acts so surprised at the change In me as a strengthening tonic In the sto that fourteen of them by actual count mach and bowels. Price 35c per bot are now taking Tanlac." Drug tle. Sold by Ohio County Tanlnc is sold in Hartford by Dr. Company. m L. D. Ucan, and by all leading druggists everywhere.1 Advt. DL'CJ UP 95,000,000 TREASURE old-tlms. ls Open To Ah Hie nJxne plottu-- (onlnlus a uiiiiiIht of tllblp lJi'(l IickIiiiiIiik with the h'ttn- "C." .lunt jnl.o e.n ilon'l I.af (o turn flip plr gxn! look at tt tlii-iare nil miiih of "('" wuid.s. Nuilifus i liltld.-n- ; , Itli ulilcli bnt'ii nU xl'lblo ilnwii. Sialic tin upsido ,t'i. inM. nn-- n 1M offnmllithoJoin l:i iilijin'ts In the (lie wi)tin iiiiiiioi of iilcnilitl rns.li irlr ,,, hole; I'ml I. FifJifii xi' ul'ii l'.sth wilimltttil. "I In aiMicr IimIii tin Iniu-ri-t inn? noniit iiirirt-ill be nunrilt'd for the llfttvn l.s: f r object. sliimn In the plctttiv stait.ng with the letter "t"' will be nuitrriei! Ilrst prle; miimI tn-- t. e. ir, I jir.7e, ele. '"nc LouIbvIIIo HEltALM nnnoiinccH ti niott IntorpMlIng nnd amusing pin- EVnt'ulmr utLiyUUdy uUIU In jjc p,ulie a mzzlu that's "dlncrent" anil n .tamo in wlilch ovcroiic from til Kiondpii and Brandtra to tho lltt'o folls ran tnlto part. It's ronll not a pti3ztr at nil. bemune nil of tho objects have l'nn nindc perfectly plain with no attempt to llsftul.o thorn; K Just n plain tflt of your Mil. Your nMlity to ilml- "C" wonls (!ft?rmlncs the prUo you jvln. Oet tho'foHcs In your tniully Itunv rivp otHi oCthem pencil and, paper atnTtte who Hints tlni most. Wo know you'll enjoy It, bcennso ce one loves a puzzle. . . Mia. ii .i aa.f - ttow Many Objects In 1 ins Picture Bein With the Letter 'C? c , u n lrt t Ti Cosis'NolhinoToTry . The HERALD Imltcn YOU, and jour family, to Join In thl3 fascinating puzzle Kame. It doesn't make a epoch of dl.Tironcc whether you nro G or CO )rars old. Hero's your chance to have some dandy fun! Walt until you havo tried our puzzlo and you will say "GREAT! Tho most fun I've hnil In a Ions, long time." Write down tho "C" words you have In mind RIGHT NOW! Then study tho picture for JIOUE and when your list Is in rule tip send It to The I.ouisvlllo HERALD and try for tho bis cash prizes. THE PRIZES Wlnntnc Anwer xl Prlie st I'riio Jill l'rlrc It I'rln- - Mill Itrrrltp rrle A I'ollun-- t TrtiplfNo frhclrOne 1'rlroIfTwn .Sulrriilluii Su'rrlpllon Siihrrlillou 'ArpSrnt. N Snil. Are Sent. WJ.00 so.oo $XVI.tM 1 30.00 $1,000.00 ;no.oo ' ."1.1X1 . incr i ct ... h- r- . rleht-linn- d sub-scri- oi rdoil Vice-Preside- nt , c nj . - '" - italjtb - - nf vice-presid- - . fl.'li-pn-- ) ana-.c- u - auhtt.-rltltn- s impe--ruad&- ir 1 - a A, rail-jrca- & cr 1 irS rr '.,,,. ,,,,. t ,.,,. y The Louisville Herald tnr. ... '"7"'"" ","',. l''' cas..r.t ,.... ....,- "' ". ' " -- "'" 1 twen-ty-flv- one-twelf- tpt T school-educatlo- n w. -- .- - twn . 1 ,..... . I! qkh c soft-henrt- Xo Ohildren Cry o 1 1 I l..l.. CASTOR i the city authorities whereby tho act ns tiro deDIVES INTO SEA partment and tho municipalturn fur- M tho city In MOON MENACE duction?" nishes n clubhouse) and overhead exC. M. Schwab says this can only penses for tho Legion men. Tho scr-vlbe dono by "such concessions in price Ctloncl AVho Told Germans To "Go men already have had several n8"wlll induce largo consumers to unTo Hell" baptisms of fire. Dcs Moines. Ity UnObservatory Director Scouts dertake the expense" and suffer the known Piinrrnl. Idea Satellite Will Strike deterioration of heat values incident An has requested tho to storage and to pay tho Interest on Oklahoma American Lglon to canEarth. V Speaking of tho the investment." New York, Nov. 28. His mind ap- vass tho country for Ollle Kenrall, coa) Industry recently Mr. Schwab parently unbalanced as a result of former doughboy of tho 10th Inft., denied that there Is a monopoly in bis having been a pnll bdarer at tho 35th Division. V He wob my buddy lly Abba Th. Mqrcux. tho business saying: "llellevo me, a In France. I borrowed a bunch of Iho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has- - TJ&r of Iho Observatory Hourgen. monopoly hns altogether too much burial of America's unknown soldier Director u uao iur uvcr over ou years, nas Dome the slEnaturcw in Arlington, Charles W. Whittlesey, francs from him once. Winter Is .'Pnrls, Nov 26. A rccont sjato-inc- sense to spread Itself In this fashion." famous as tho leader of tho "lostbat-tallon- " coming nnd ho Is married" and has ana nas oeen mace under life pcx- rby tho English aatronomor Tho fnultlness of the present sysI know ho will need of tho 308th Infantry, ended two children. &M sonal supervision since its fflf&irr-- ? Urominclln socitir to have caused con- tem was never so apparent as during - .. Z w Mlnur Tin nna in his life by Jumping Into the sea from the. money this winter nnd I want to siderable emotion In tho public mind. tho war Production Increases treAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " ' are the United Fruit liner Tolon, which pay him, wherever her Is," tho serThe lost ecllpso of tho moon, ha be- mendously during tho fall and 'winthat trifle with and endanger the bcflltrt. vice man said. Oklahoma City. lieves, proves sgmo of our theories ter, and falls nway to almost nothing is- bound for Havana and duo there 2nd Children Experience against Experimpjit. Into tomorrow. false Our satellite, ho Bays, Is dis- In tho sum in or. As a result, miners Chauncey M. Depew shocked tho The suicide evidently was carefulobeying tho universal laws of gravita- are subjected to irregular employly thought out. Colonel Whlttlesjjy American Legion of New York the tion, and if tho phenomenon contin- ment and tho fn (I us try suffers per Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareGorfir-Drop- s sailed without letting nny of his rel- other day by appearing to ask for ues wc shall bo condemned some dny iods Of depression. and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. Besides, durlngj aaiak his war service medal. Ho was but to have tho moon fall on our heads. tho riiBh Beastin the railroads aro ov- atives or friends know ho was going neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ibs, name'sakp of tho world's greatest to do so, or divulging his identity to a proage Is ita guarantee. For more man thirty years, Tho fears Inspired by such n erburdened with traffic n't a tlmo nfter-dlnnspeaker, however, who it &e&- - . been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulent nouncement bavo caused many of my when th'ey aro least able to handle the stcrfmshlp company. The.Tooa was a supply .sergeant In the A. E. Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arfcita-demand my It, and in tho event of nn emergency left here at noon Saturday. friends to write and Captain J F. Now York. A wireless caino from herefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowefe.aisS I Ylowi. ' uch as a general coal strike or break the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural, "dam. In tho first place, I must reassure down of transportation facilities the Grant, the Toloa's master, tho mornColorado and Texas led the lists ing that C. W. Whittlesey, a pass' The Children's Panacea The Brother's Friend. them. .The problem Is not new public would suffer, Tho coal men new posts chartered by the Amby nnd congress appreciate the value of enger had been missed when tho ship of it was "raised very clearly hours out on tho way erican Legion during the week endiliillov llin rtlnrnvprpr nf HuIIcv'h the executive's suggestion and hnv was twenty-fou- r ed November 18, nccordtng to nationt-astron-j- j expressed n readiness to aid In sblv-In- g down the coast. comet) In 1C93. At that time al headquarters. ElCven posts gainColonel on Passenger 1.1st. - iimy showed thn,t tho moon possessed ' the problem. jp pBears the Sienature of A check of those who sailed show- ed during the week raised the total n movement quiio diiicrcni irom mni ed that C. W. Whlftlesey had booked to 10,671. Other stales to add posts - of other celcstlnl bodies In the. senso Do Von Knjoy Your Meals? passage through tho American Ex- were Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, that Its movement was not uniform If you do not enjoy your meals press Company. Through. tho addieh-- Minnesota, Mississippi, Oregon and "Jmt nccelorntcd. That was learned your digestion is faulty. Eat moder- gllvcn in the hooking, 14 Wall Street, Pennsylvania. Indianapolis. 2,- In by examining ancient eclipses. ately, especially of merits, ihnstlcatc , the identlty-- of tho musing passenger 000 years the moon seemed to have your food thoroughly. Let "five More applications for membership Cotunil becamo known, for thero two times hours elapse between meals nnd-tnk- e advanced in space Whittlesey had bsin engage I a short in Kansas City American Legion posts Tablets imits diameter; that is to say' that It one or Chamberlain's time in law practice with tho firm of have been received since the national ponltlon mediately after supper and-yowill was far from occupying tho convention than In the precedlng'12 Whlto & Case.. Assigned to It by tho law formulated soon find your meals to be ji real Kind You Bought: Those In the efflec could not be- months. Tho Increase In the number ' ' pleasure. m by Newton. , THE CCNTAUn COh Legionnaires in Kansas City as a lieve It Mhon (hey wcro coniroiuc!. 4 Laws Of Moilimilrs. with the. facts. Colonel Whittle?, y "result.of tho convention has been esDIAMOND HAHUINfl FOUND At first it seemed simple enough hundred. when he kf. the"off(cc Saturda told timated at twenty-fiv- e' ON .MOUSE'S that tho nccolerntlon would continue poiro oi, his friends that ho v.as .going Kansas" City. and that one day tho moon really " . A Woman who had called at the tr. visit Ills mother, Mrs Frank H would fall upon tho earth. But such More- than 3,000 unemployed ex- It offlco oOIlss, Oenevlevo AIlen- - a at" V.'li'. urey, of Plttsflei'i, Mas.i a problem tempted tho genius or attorneys offlco .! uns i incd that he told otliis servtcg. men of Chicago will 'eat Xmas Laplace, and that skilled mathema- tacho of th district that hf was going awaj for the week-- f dinner on "Lithtnln" this year. With In New York, returned to usk If tician proved In 17S7 that tho pheearring which was misalntr, .ml but '..A not know o'lHo wlnio Fred Stone actlng-a- s stage manag?r nomenon explained Itself easily by tho dlnniond Mon- -' nnd the veteran Frank Baco'n as his had been lost there. A search of uie To -all ho said, he would be homo laws of celestial, mechnnlcs. nsslstant, the American Legion or M-promisee fn:ied io reveal tho trinket . . Wo know that tho earth describes . Tt.U Ii1nnHt.t nf -- ..... t f M nu nv nliloqrrn la ,..,..... ...- - nrjinnplni. tlio tlip.ltrfpnl "- " ftnnr day or two later iuiss Amm saw n nrmiml the MItl in tho course of a something on 'aa wirelessed to Captain urant on beneiit. Lnicago. tho yrnr not a circle, but an elliptical. uhousc Inih.i room with qi,o ci.in.t n tho Toloa and ho sent-uacuetaus. if Minr,i The Hartford Republican has made a , demonstrated that this Laplaco To' advertise an American Legion mouse which ran off, 'After Colonel Whittlesey wns missed, tho same book at tho ciUDDinc rate witn tnc Memnhis Wfiekiv ecllpso docs not always hnvo having tho glittering object .on thPan officer r the 8,l,P went to thc rummage salo for uneriiplpyed form. Wo can compare It to a hoop Appeal by which we will furnisltiboth paperaioEeajs? & It proved to bo the missing state room and found a note for the d!ers,.Mrs. Harry H. Hewiltt, wife of a lateral ' 'upon which, of Seattle, v captain nsklng hi in to notify Frank a prominent physician 6arrlng. year for the low price of pressure, and which In consequence, . k. Whittlesey, the Colonel's father donned Charlie Chaplin raiment and Isinttcned a little. Mr. Whittlesey's paraded the streets with AVhcczIng in tho lungs Indicates of his son's-JeatAt prosent this ecllpso becomes that, phlegm is obstructing tho air address In Plttsfleld was given. .board; Clothing Irom the rummage year by year more circular, . and in pns?Bges. Uallard's HorehoundSy- AVnnd'il C'lussmute Notified, sali Counterti comprised her attire 24,000 years it will bo nearly circu run loosens tho phlegm so that it caul Tho 'note requested that John B Seattle, Wash. Jar. After this It will tend to bo .coughed ejected. Price ,1'ruyn of Now York, ulso bo notified. elliptical again for more than 30c, GOc and $1.20. Sold .by Ohio (.Mr. Prnyn was of CoJonelJ "With national prohibition an tHe-lair- ge The Commercail Appeal is one "40,000 yoara." . . Drug Co. , m AVhlttleser in Williams College and .cpinpllshed fnt, the W. C. T. U. aiRi uesfc papers in me ooum ana we nopa'io.reesssse .Solution Offered. 'tiio fnnimr law partner here. A third has Mirned over to the"American Le- . Now, slnco the moon turns nround many new subscribers on this offer. 0ne.:dblfer.3aw3 rnniiost In tlm liotd to tMo Captain gion tho romalnJer of a wartime fund - jwushat the baggage left In the state-- ' totalling $4,000. The Legion will' tho earth, nt the same time being seventy-fiv- e, cents cash for both papers- - Se&etiaBi '.' susceptible to tho influence of tho ' room.-b- o destroyed. " use tjie money for the Immediate re- evyour subscnptipn now. Don't delay. sun, ona can readily conceive that survico In the transmission of jthfese details lief of s'cl. and wounded ery change In tho distance of our by wireless, Captain GraritddedJo men. Indianapolis. , " globo from tho sun would huvo Us ,.J " his message: effect' upon the position of tho moon "Go tu Hell" Wins Fume. 'fho United States ufnry haI b.on By JONATHAN BRACE In other w;ords, according to whether that when the The crisp, laconic reply; ",Yoii go. co iC'lir.'ud :n numb XXXVI. NEVADA other, manied.'woman with. s. rriiniTir wo nro nearer or farther from the to hell," hurled in the teeth jit a American" Legion requeatsd a" firing QUEEN MARIE TO Is of kids. N1 a Spanish sun, our'nttractlon on the moon in who called on hfm and squad from Ross aviation field. Cal.. German officer VISIT AMERICA Will Seek AitlT " creases or decreases, and consequenta djcctlve his men to ourrender, wns tho rhe- the commanding officer had to haul diminHer mission In. Amcrfcat KantShcu' m e a n 1ng ly tho moon must Incraese or torical battlefield classic which down a balloon to get the number f mainly to Interest Yankees: fc.JMiia "snowy," nnd ish its .speed of movement. brought Colonol Whittlesey Into fame nion required. The. shortage of per- Hoynl llcciuty Planning Trip In Cross, and other charity- - vsefciat Is taken from At present, and slnco a long tlmo, overnight. sonnel Is .so ncuto that men must Quest ' of Alii For Rumania. the Sierra The country. hieis&&zi3BU3 tho moon has been increasing its Surrounded In the Argonno with be" tn"ken oft duty to fill such reN e v .a d a b, "how-ove- r, means' recovered from the? frnnptiifr Itouinnnin. average speed. Tho" increase, La3- Angeles. commend, the Flr3t Dattalllon of quests his those Iorty mountains which seps of the war and tho powers douatSttis-wa- nt Is Insignificant, for in one hun-- . tHe 308th Infantry, Seventy-sevent- h arate the State from California. outside helpj hardly advancHer Ihiii'Tihl, dred yenrs tho moon Most of the history of the stato Tho American Legion has begun a Division, .Colonel Whittlesey had Ptatacswi-JSai-anLondon Nov. 20. Some time in companion will centers In this Western 'fecctlon, ed In Uh trajectory more than ten been cut off for four days without natfon wide canvass to determine one of her youngejc rTriTnniii. near the Sierras, and It Is here miles. food or fresh water. All but eighty-seve- n who was the last soldier killed in December America may be visited bs-- thes. WwebsjtrfeC that all of Nevada's principal' All this, we must admit is men had been killed or wound action.' The French government will by one of the most beautiful women who bids fair to cities are located. the family. means absolutely and by no ed. At dusk" October 7, 191S, n erect a monument to tho last to fall.' in Europe Queen Marie Alexandra The first white man to cross The Rumanian eniUassy; h.ic-tSBexact. Whon wo have greatly Imflag crossed the llna. .He bore a A Legion "post at New Haven, Conn., Victoria of Rumania. the present stato was the Fran, proved our tables on tho moon nnd message asklng"the Americans to sur- has put forward tho name of Thomas - In story books for children and in that there Is only ona- yotax. 'iktur clscan Monk, Father Gores, who 'newspapers of.maKes them doubtful nuuwlLtlfc'jwfiyfc the royalty-lovin- g Its various positions, we shall still bo niado his way across tho deserts render "in the name of humanity" J, Walpole. Jr., klllecj on the morning Europe queens are always beautiful, .of the queen's visit ta. Am eiot3cts-where- as Incapable of predicting for a long to Cullfomin In, 1775. In 18'J5 A few hours after the messenger of Armistice Day fs an outpost Peter S."Ogden of, the Hudson's In fact most of them I have J '"IT December; for vurlous atataCifs-see- n tlmo In advnnco what place the moon Cofbnel Indianapolis. hail, been sent back with Hay company discovered tho over here are very plain per-- 1 sons the king and queen te?s. raKSc will occupy .in tho heavens. Tho erWhittlesey's reply, an American, adHumboldt river, which Is some-tine- s rors will bo very email, but they exIn 'the cook's absence the youlig sonages with some very dowdy yet Dee,n crowned and' thfsr trmtnnmr vance, took place and nil were' rescucalled Ogden river after Jiriay. not Hake place until rxxdatXi proof is the fact that at ist, nnd tho mistress of tho jious'e undertook, with clothes. ed. . him. i event the queen- But Queen. Marie"isn't in that cat- each ecllpso. of tho sun wo notice by Presi- the help of an inexperionced waitress, Tho next mcmqrablo trip His exploit w;as rewarded egory. She- is really gopd. to Idok Poneher visit until nexty,eac. error of some ceconds In some small, luncheon: The across tho state was that by dent Woodrow Wilson with the Con- to get tho Sunday Fremont in 1813, when he went the tlmo calculated and Jho tlmo acgressional Medal of Honor, the most flurried maid, who had been strug- qpon. In fact It is a sort of tradi-- j to California at the tlmo of the Clinnlbcrlnln's TcibrctK. tionnL plecq of luck Tor Rumania tually observed., . cherished 'American wartime decora gling In the kitchen with outbreak of tho Mexican war-These tablets are intended: which refused to work, that most of tho queens of that glvortJiily for vnlooutsldo tho tion. It was this war which In 1818 frt" Indigestion and coussStecj country and most of the princesses regular line of duty. Some months confessed that she had forgotten to resulted in Mexico ceding u large Should Ho Quarantined. nro very pretty. tu"" umtiie sinmaca ana.xwM t 1c after the armistice tho German of- - wash the lettuce. area to ilio United States, of Many physicians believe .that any- Cousin Of King George-- , " to perform its functlons-rwrrwaifa- i f'Vell, never mind, Marie," said which Nevada' was a part Wiien 1)0. )in A ll.lll Cold Should ior who demanded Colonol Whitnnn whn The late king's consort, famous in They act gently on tho: UxaszntoakZ "Go .on tlds was orgnnlzed Into territlesey's surrender added to his lau- tho considerate mistress. completely Isolated to prevent other . Whera literature aB "Carmen Sylva," was a bowels, thereby restoring; tnni.Tinm Territory of Utah extories, the rels by publishing a statement extol- with the coffee ami I'll do It., mouthers of the family and associates good looking woman. The present ach and bowels to a healttijj nrm-Wtended to pallfornla. The "Westling tho American's courage and de- do you keep the soap7"' Harpers. from contracting tho disease, ns .colds ern Inhabitants, however, were queen Is tho beauty of the royal tfon. W hen you feel dull; &to9i&3aia&:. m f termination. nro about as catching as moasles. One ' left to their own resource! and "lletter send nn Inspector down-t- o family of England. She Is an Eng- - constipated, glvo, them a. trial, "ahsnar thing suro the sooner ono rids himaccordingly organized their own look at Jones's metor," the cashier lish princess. Her father was Duko are certain tobo p(eaael witljttteiBE- -government. Itescutlng tho self o"f n cold tho less tho danger, s of tho gaa company suggested. nau of Edinburgh, so that she is a grand- effect. of Utah they petitioned good white and you will look FOR FLETCHER'S " "Oh," ejaculated tho superjnten-den- f. daughter of Queen Victoria, a niece to be annexed to California. a better medlcln thnn you flirt LOST 18 YKAKS: "I thought you understood wo of King Edward and u cousin of In 1809 the Comstqck Louo Chamberlain's Cough Remedy tq aid simply throw' complaints into the " King George, She was born in 187G wns discovered and Novnda had m1 . vnn In purine: a cold. AMUKIOAN IjHGION NKW8 While feeding corn Ur soma; riiilim Its own mining boom. Popula 'But .ths Isn't a complaint. Jones und married when she was 18. s . . tion Immediately grew by leaps eyes 18 years ago, Mrs. D. A. Yarfesa&UG-do- n, sends a, check for his bill and comd with blue-gra- An escaped leopard which ter- pliments us on giving such good and bounds and In 1801 NeVadn Mo., lost ber diamond' mjIB11KMANI KOIl COAL o and a democratic manner, she Is be ' was formed into a separate terrorized Kansas City and IndependSHOULD UK JHSTKinyTKn for so little money." Legion loved by nil her adopted country for'contly sho wns digging- ritory. Later, pontons of Utah ence', Mo., v.1s reported headed for Weokly. uetl when she found tha rftiKi XEi;rf hor charity. were added and the tower part' Parsons. American Legion .men of greatest need of tho eoal InTho Whon Rumania, a number of years, now worth considerably inocactiWtecT of the state was taken from Aritho city assembled In their clubrooms,. FOUND $10,000 NKCKLACE dustry at tho prosont tlmo Is means ago, had a cholera plaguo,. sho was when she lost It, owing talncnstsietaaCsr zona. Petitions for statehood cloahed up tho old army Springflelds demand pver all tho to distribute the were made but It was not until foremost In tho labor of providing diamond values. .,' used 'by the' firing sljund and prepar ' A U. S. customs guard.ln New York hospitals, year, Instead of having tho heavy Ijuj 1801 that Nevada became the Whon her country went thirty-sixted for dofense of tho town. It waw picked up on tho plor a pearl neck- Into tho great war and -- was almost state of the Union.--' r'siness in the. full and winter months LIQUOR CACI1K LV OLD 1KM.13W;; 'Though Nevada ranker1-sixtlearned then, however, that a re- lace with platinum clasp. Tna neck- wiped out by tho Gorman hosts, sho as now. President Harding recently In slzo with Its urea vof 110,01)0 to the ward of$B0 was offered for tho cap-tu- lace, "estimated to be worth $ IO.O0V, worked night nnd day as a Rlid addrossed n conimunicntlon Workmen found D5 bottle squaro miles, It hns the smallest of tho ledpard alive. The guns was found shortly nftcr tho steamer Cross riurso. As such sho came In .industry which reads In part as tol liquor hidden behlndi wssntei nppulntlon of nnj of the IS wero slnckpd anil a. Toxasrangar of Aquitanla', froni Europe, had docked. contact with thousands of, the soldier, door In a hquse built 200,tcarantrt , lows': x states. Between 1800 and tOOtr post sot out to ropo tho animal. As tho Jewols did not "appear on tho sons of the nation. tho Long Island. Tho owner fa ccrrv.fu- -''Is there no way of regulating the thero wns a inarkeddecrease In ship's manifest It was assumed lhat He la still after demand so as' ip'djstrjbutOLjt- moro Whenover Bhp coines to Londpn, cd that someono must hava niiUoajtfc- t- tho population due to the falling ,v Is a smugler had lof them or thrown she usually slips out of tho kingly ed nation-wid- e uniformly over th?,12 months?off of mining Industry. prohibition loiter U- -v The Amorlcaji Region post of Kap thorn nway.vuU if-t- . t) slip by the pulse ofhoc cousins and goes shop.-- advuhce for iho liquor Anyifjit Newijapr Sfidleatt.) , 3 ty IXcClvr posplblo to luovldo storage re- it not ler, Iu has completed a trade with customs of floors. , servolrs iilch 'Will 'enable rho large ping In Uond street,' Just llko any bQ at least a ceutur,v old. f - HBBE DERIDES ' consumers and large producers to accommodate their conditions to the need for n more constant rnto of pro- HERO OF ARGONNE co Children Cry for Fletcher's; i ijf1 Ivl ill i i S c&&m& -- nt A.t Just-as-go- fc'cfc-Expcrlm- cnts t&-Infa2- ;t What is CASTOR! M It er " bo-cai- 5 ENUINE ' i u Io Use For Over 30 YearsThe Have Always t tf sXc of CASTORIA ALWJBBS Tl! - : hr ' ,.....w ...--t,- A CASH OFF tii K i nd spesSS nmmcies?! I h. no-ct- iir up-an- The Story of Our States t be-th- theo-rntlc- ul sr 1 In-th- at raas-iiprfW- - a"cof-fee-muchl- . es6f3- j ! be-fo- Children Cry CA'STO R IA Fair-halro- y- ser-vic- j h re " fci. x t Tfhc Hartford Republican Published Weekly by jUUVn'OlU) PIUNXINO COMPANY. Incorporated IV. 8. TINSLEY, Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to law nt tho .Fostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uall aittter of tho second class. Address nil communications .Tho Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO 8UUSCRIBEI13 Subscribers desiring tho paper sont Nyj & new address must give tho old lldress In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c lino, and 8c per lue for each nl Obituaries, Resolutions md Cards f Thanks, lc por word, nnd 6c for ach head line and slgnautre, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONE insertion. Farmers Mutual " C9 TOii DAY DECEMBER 2 " Like squirrel and qilul! hunting. "Fatty" Arbuckie, we hope, Will soon -- be out of season. Why not confine arms limitations to wnr clubs, battering rams nnd the jawbones of asses? The country Is full of the latter Implements of warfare, and If thero be any who do not wish to use products of the jaw he can easily, go out and cut himself a club. ; h- - Tho German mows oa'paylng his v war. Indemnity, not saying enough ASK HUGE CJIED1TS high taxes for about hard times nnd ' OIl CO UN GKOWEKS to get out, while the rest of the It making, a fuss world is engaged In Indianapolis, Nov. 29 Extension concerning exorbitant taxes, unemagriculof com- -' of at least $200,000,000 of ployment and' the failure tural credit's by the Government's jnerce to move. War Finance Corporation In the ten1 principal States of the - Reports have It that Kuth, the .Middle West Is necessary for the orhome-ru- n swat Czar, has demanded a derly marketing of this year's big ' salary of $50,000 per year from the corn crop, Gov. Warren T. McCray of Kew York Americans and $5,000 from Indiana, estimated today after a each of the other seven association meeting of the corporation's Advisory clubs before he signs a 1922 con- Committee, of which he is chairman. tract. Looks like "Ilabe" might just mo as well Issue Association, Victory J.OUISV1LE MARKETS Bonds and have it all over with on short notice. Cattle Midweek trade brought out Few changes a moderate number. on To this date the conference were recorded in values" on any class arms llmitatiftis has served as a good of stock. Undertone slow in the hea vehicle for airing tho conditions po- - vy steer division; few offered and no lltical aaul otherwise umUr which Mmntrn nntml in nripp. fSnnfl Call China la laboring brought on In the continues for the belt quality stock- jnaln by the most highly civilized and ers and light feeders-n- t steady prices cultured of the other great nations. but on the medium and 'plainer kinds The sleeping giant is at least awaken- It Is a slow and draggy markt. ing tho conscience of pthes or else Quotations: Prime heavy steers $G there Is considerable and unnecessary C50; heavy shipping steers'$5.75 .shuffling manifest amongst the auC; medium $5 5.75; fat heifers ditors addressed by the representafat cows $44.75; medium tives of the Orient. cannefs 3; $3 4; cutters $"2.50 2; bulls $2.503.75; feed-- , $1.50 Law enforcement is what a com- ers $56; stockers $3.505.50; gets when tho community munity milch cows $2Q4p70. we desires it, by community Calves Trade steady.- - Best veals mean the greater, majority residing $9.50 down; medium $5J8.50; com set their mon $2 4. When peorle therein. Jicads and hearts on putting the lawHogs Market fairly active, but less element to flight, or behind bars the light end suffered a quarter loss, where the willful violator can do no balance steady. Best hogs, all weights harm, then, and then only, has the sold at $7; throwouts $5.50 down. 31wt-te- p been made by which society-TrilSheep and Lambs Receipts 50 be protected from the vicious head. Trade generally steady. Best '.clement. The road to perfect protec- lambs $7 down; seconds- - $4.50 5. tion is unattainable, 'or virtually so. Best fat sheep $2.50 uown; uucks The recent, or apparent recent, epl- - $1.50 down.. denilc In the making and dispensing . pnonucE or Illicit intoxicants has been, brought Buying prices, net to shippers, the -to light by recent revolt of the peoplo shipper paying freight and drayage It Is perhaps no worse todny than up-t- charges, are: tho same date of last year, only Eggs Candled, 53c dozen. the people nro aroused and Imbued Poultry Hens, large 19c; small with a determination to break li up, 14c tb.: large spring chickens 14c lb. throttle it. It can't bo obliterated small springers 20c lb.; roosters 8c entirely, but the business can be tb.; ducks 18c lb.; young turkeys, made so dangerous for those who par- No. 1 lb.; 28 30c; geeso 12 16c ticipate that tho resultant harm will lb.; guineas old $3 dozen, young $7. be barely notlcable. Then laxity In Country Butter- Pound 21c enrorosment Is likely to result, and No. 1 grado, dozen $1.50 Rabbits In a short period tho whole thing I? 01.75, more than certain to have to be dono m over again. We havo always main- MARRIAGE LICENSE tained that as a people we were enRECENTLY ISSUED tirely too good to tho willful violator of the criminal statutes we have A. E. Ford, McIIenry Route 1, to Tjeen censured our Dorothy Ellen Blanchard, McIIenry for expressing views but we again repeat: make Route 1. the habitual violator of whatever catDarroll Ashby, McIIenry, to Thelma egory It may bo, live hard. Make the Maddox,-McIIenry- . punishment a terror, a thing to bo Everetto Wright, Horse Branch to evadtd and dreaded. A few 'misguid- Mario Ford, Horse Branch. ed sympathetic people can do more Edward Phelps, McIIenry to Katlo for freeing a vicious criminal than a Johnson, McIIenry. whole community can do toward asRoy Bean, Fordsvlllo Route 1, to sisting In conviction. Not in one Colleen Smith, Fordsvlllo, Route- 1. case, out of each twsnty, except the party giving testimony has personal JOHN T. HP1NKS i feeling against the accused being tried, do the witness's tell everything John T. Spinks aged 78 .years 3 they knqw that would damage and do months and 11 days, n respected citiso in Htioli a manner as to make their zen residing In upper East Hartford, testimony more Impressive. As a died at his homo Monday tho 26th., jjiner3l proposition, tho vlliuoo of bronchial pneumonia after-- a short must' be Dimmed from the witnesses. Illness. Wo do not insinuate or Imply that tho Burial of the remains took plnco vltno Is untruthful or even moans Wednesday iUtornoou nt 2 o'clock, at lo b? so, but it is the desire, .un 'the SUleler burying grounds. corn-growi-- conscious' however In most cases, not to hurt tho accused If It can bo avoidIn view of the ed without perjury. foregoing, It is hardly neoessnry to discuss tho attltudo of witnesses upon tho stnnd who havo boon summoned by tho accused or at his request for the special purposo of helping him. Their attltudo Is known of by all. As a rulo It is tholr business, thlr duty as they view the matter, to tell only of such facts as may bo dragged from them, that Is facts as calculated to damage. On the other hand they leave out no little detail In their evidence that might tend to aid tho defense.' Frequently more Is sworn to People will not tell an untruth or givo misleading evidence for conviction, but for clearing nn accused, tho ho be of tho class of willful and habitual violators of tho law and established rules of good society, that Is another matter nltogcthox. Thoso whoso duty it is to suppress crfine by conducting prosecutions leading to punishment of the offender havo all the odds against them, In almost every case they havo obstacles to surmount not found by those who lead In defense fights. Good citizens ought to lend more of aid, assist In bringing all of tho facts before trial juries to the end that Jdstlce may prevail, society bo properly and adequately pro tected as Intended by those who shapo our rules, nnd regulations. It seems to be in the nature of us all though to tako another view, wo don't give damaging evidenco If we can avoid doing so and If w8 happen to know something damaging wo keep it locked securely within our own breast, except sdmo ona interested upon the protecting side of society happens to havo knowledge of our knowing something. We need our consciences scoured up a bit, need to ask ourselves a few plain questions as to matters of duty. But aro we willing to do It and. obey the answer? COOPER BROS, Will give you some Special Prices on some things thi3 week. ' Hoosier Sheeting 12c per yard Simpson Prints 10c per yard Outing Cloth 15c to 20c per yard We have a large stock of goods on hand, and we carry, all the best advertised lines, such as Hart Schaffner & Marx Clothing, for our higher grade; and Curtis Clothes for me- dium price. Florsheim Shoes for our highergrade shoe; Shoes, for children; Queen Quality Shoes, for ladies the very best lines that are made. Bil-lik- in ' ! Our Ladies' Good Good all-wo- ol Ready-to-We- ar & are the latest styles, best quality, and the price is right. all-wo- ol Tricofine Dresses, from $20.00 to $35.00 Tricotine Coat Suits, from $25.00 to $75.00 Copyright 1921 MenVSuits from$15.Q0to $45.00' Hut Schaffner & Marx ANYTHING. YOU. ARE IN NEED OF IN GENERAL ERCHANDISE, WE HAVE IT. Come in anH get acquainted with our stock and us. '- - " 7:- niTAUTYTTOQT You'll be welcome, and the acquaintance may prove helpful. '"" V Now, as it hasalways been, when you buy from us, we'havc the recommendation of our store behind every pur- ' '' """ chase. Don't fail to see our big line of 1 ' , CHRISTMAS GOODS - tlat we will have on display for .your inspection in a few days." ..." So come early, that you may get choice of - - our stock $46; re-jil- ly COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluke McFluke of boat, as he approached the craft, ' PANAMA CANAL EQUAL (the water being almost up to his TO 80,000 TONS SHIP buggy bed) he discovered that what he first thought to be a boat wasa "Lizzy Ford" and the man rowing her was Ray Cook, enroute to his Anu'ilnm AViilcruiiy No Considered In I!ugliV Propositi school, ship of such ; partment said that to build a single overwhelming, .would o to scrap nil the existing naval strength of nil countries and compel a now naval race. l power m - - -- -- A man recently found dead In a, BOAT SERVICE Lexington hotel was said to havo had ex JUDGE PHELPS FOHMEll many wives. Wo hear but fow Washington, Nov. 29. Investlga-tlojl- The Boat, Hartford, has pressions of 'wonder at the unfortuDEAD IIUTLKH COUNT-IAchows that tho kIzo of the lacks .. . n'.t.'n nf luu T UUU1I1U - r..n1 ..t..H.t UI1 JIUll t nate man's "yielding up the ghost. VstllJUl 1MUJCU n ui l,n been put in service between J Morgantown, Ky., .Nov. 29. Judge In Secretary Hughes' proposal to tho Hartford and Evansville, InAfter having partaken of that G. II. Phelps, 68 years old, former arms conference that the size of capi noon-da- y lunch spread by tho Ladles postmaster of Morgantown and Mas- tal ships In future bo limited to a diana. Departures 'will be of tho M. B. Church, and tho 6 o'clock ter Commissioner and County Attor-n- maximum of 35,000 tons. As a mat- made from Hartford on of Butler, died today at the home ter of fact, a battleship ' of 80,000 dinner with a friend on tho snmo Thursday and of his sister, Mrs. Quint Jlamniell, at tons, armed nnd armored to an ex- Monday date this stuff is coming under County,' Ken- tent never as yet projected for any In short, we are Clarkston, Grayson difficulties. mornings of each week at 7 navy, could pass thru the lcok. Tho too tight ( in our bearings to work tucky. Judgo Phelps, who was born and Navy Department Is prepared to o'clock. Special preparation free and easily, besides our cylinders reared hero, wont West some years, build toddy up to 50,000'tons, and 12 has been made for brandling appear to bo choked. ago, for his health. H6 served two of the 15 ships the United States has all kinds of live stock. Your If the dark cells In Worth Tlche-nor'- s terms as County Judge of Cado Coun- offered to scrap are of 43,000 tons Ho recently returned to or more. patronage is earnestly solicout, and many ty, Okla. bastlle- hold In tho naval appropriation bill of ited moro dlspensors of .moonshine aro Kentucky aftyr ho despaired of refor everything you have chucked therein, it "hain't agolito gaining his health. Ho was a He 191G Congress directed that the Navy to ship, either in or. out- Department prepare flguresas to the do It In theso parts much longer and nubltcan. Ho leuves his mother, Irs. Polly maximum size for a battleship (n view Freight rates are reasonable. so' frequently, t Phelps, Morgantown, and a daughter, of size limitation of tho cannl locks HARTFORD BOAT CO., Fu- and of the dockage and harbor depth predict 1922 bathing ..suits Mrs. J. P, IJrown, Virginia. "We bo held at Clark- restrictions. H. T. Holbrook, Mgr. Aft.cr a full study the will be bolts and suspenders" Tom neral services will department leported that H ship of Sims In Smile A While, Louisville. ston. tho following" characteristics was UKItGDOLL, KUINO, SEEKS Herald. As appendant to the abovo practicable: FAHM AGENTS TO MEET wo would. add: .and knee cas. SEIZED I1V V. S- " IN LEXINGTON DEC. MO Displacement, 80,000 toim; length. 975 feet; beam, 108 feet; full load Washington, "Nov. , 29, Drover 'Tedostrlans don't' make very good - Lexington, Ky., Nov. 29. Agricu- draft, 'M feet; main bnttory, 15 Cleveland' llorgdoll, convicted draft shock 'absorbers." Same author, as guns--, In five triple turrests; sec- evader, through above. No, but they beat a teloplioho ltural exteuslou workers from sixty-eighis mother, Mrs. Emcounties nnd in pre than thirty ondary battery, 21 h guns; ma C llcrgdoll, of Phllad'lp'hla.o-dn- y polo n block or moro. " extension specialists In addition to four torpedo tubes; main aro filed suit Supremo c'Hj'ik Qf tho District of Columbia Frank, .Wallaco of ItosInsT was In homo demonstration agents will meet mor. 10 Inches: sneed "r, Icruislng rndlust 12,000 mills at turn 'of property valued town Monday following tho big' rain hero Decern bor G to 10 for nu annual at $750,0u0 , and h authority for tho statement conference. T. R.llryan, assistant di- cruising speed. In addition this ship seized by tho Qoyor'iu'ubnt. Thoma. that as ho was coming through rector of extension work In the Col- would have carried the most com- W-- . Miller, Allen Ioporty Custodian near Sanderfur's lege V)f Agriculture' of tho Universi- plete system of underwater protection and Frank White, rensurr of Muddy bottoms, crossing, ho saw, at some distance, a ty of Kentucky, is arranging tho pro. against submarines. Cnlted Stutea, woro named as defend In submitting this report th. C ants. ' parly paddling a curious looking sort grain mo. y. ej ox-tro- & J - 1 00 $7.-10,0- 18-In- ht six-Inc- 21-ln- in-th- forlp lhi -- .; r I Mr S. L Stevens, Route 3, Beaver Dam, was In town yesterday. Get your BARREL SALT nt 23t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Clarence Pmy of Forrtivtl'oi mado n business trip ta L.jlav'.'.Io, Monday, Mrs. Wm. Evorette Hlmcs and Miss Gustlne Mills wiy apehd tomorrow In Owensboro. Mr. Dj:er Davis and small son of Route 3, llcaer Dam, were visitors ht this office Wednesday. A pie cupper Mil bo given 1 Illinois Central System Points to Its Leadership in Passenger Service The existence of a railway system is justified by its ability to serve the public with transportation. The measure of its service is tho measure of Its worth. As one example of Its high Btandlng, the Illinois Central System Invites the attention of the public to thogo things which are indicative of its capacity fn efficient passenger transportation service. .Much depends Upon personnel. As an organization the Illinois Central System Is composed of a body of 00,000 faithful and efficient workers. Its officers havo advanced through tho ranks of the service, thus Acquiring tho practical experlenc for intelligent supervision. Thoeffortsof tho organization arc concentrated on making tho Illinois Central System, in point of service, tho outstanding railway, system In the United States; and that menns in the world, for American rallroaads havo long held, and continue to hold, the leadership of the world inefficient transportation service. Much depends upon equipment. and welmalntalncd equipment Is tho first essential to passenger service of the high type which tho Illinois Cf ntral System strives to give at nil times. Far years the Illinois Central System has been a leadox among the railway systems 'in adding to Its equipment, keeping Its equipment well maintained and developing its roadway facilities. Tho Illinois Central KyMrni is a leader in the amount of Mrcl passenger, equipment In use. . Hlxly pi-- r cent of the pussonner curs on tho Illinois CVntrnl or nrc of Steel curs nrc expensive,- - but they nrc a Rcnei-nllrecognlrvd factor for tins safety anil com, fort of passengoi' The Intest figures available show the percentage of jnd cars In service on the railroads of the country a a whole to bo less than 39 per cent. The passenger on the Illinois Central System Is assured of a safe, comfortable trip In a car of good k construction" and modern convenience, over a of heavy rail and ties, fully ballasted and well maintained, hauled by a locomotive oMufficient power and In such a condition of maintenance as" to give every reasonable assurance of scheduled movement. For the most part, each locomotive is regularly nsslgned to tho same engineer, who'takes a personal pride in its condition. This Is believed to be one of the reasons for the small number of engine failures on the Illinois Central System, a record which Is outstanding among tho railroads of the country. The regularity with w,hich Illinois Central System passenger trains. maintain their schedules indicates tho high order of poor passenger service. The percentage of . passenger trains maintaining schedule by months, for 1920 and'tho current year to November 1st, follows! i Schoolhouso tomorrow All aro Invited to attend, at night No-cro- Mrs. S. A. Flndley and daughter of Beaver Dam, spont the thanksgiving holidays with friends In Owensboro. Mr. W. C. Everly, Contortown and L. M. Smltlu Route 2, Beaver Dam, were nmqng our business visitors Wednesday. .Mr Ssln nil-ste- el i all-ste- el k Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Smith of East Hartford, aro the parents of a baby girl, born'Monday of this week. The little ladys namojs Frccda Nell. Misses Elizabeth Davidson and Sal- In the Beaver Dam high school, spent last week-en- d with Miss Coleman's parents, near smooth-rhllnglrac- lye Coleman, teachers Thereis warmth and plenty of it in a Curlee ercoat, due to the genuine which it is made. good-qualit- ov- Paradise. Attractive candles prices. That describes nt- - y ' woolens of ' attractive our Xmas You also get without additional cost a superior quality of tailoring, a swagger style. All in all, a high grade, good fitting, lasting overcoat at a reason- -' ' able price. " bulk candles. BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. (Next to Post Office.) A revival meeting Is in progress at Mt Carmel Baptist Church. The pastor, Rev. Birch Shields, Is being by Rev. W. W. Williams, of as-lt- January February '. Match April May . . ...i .. , ... t ......:. r 020 .. .1)3.4 '.... 00.4 Of.O 1021 07.8 08.5 !)8.:i 08.51 , ,J)3.4 ',01.2 oil. Juno July ... . I .". .Ofl.o 6 Let us show you the new Curlee overcoats. We have the style you want in a fabric you like at the price you want to pay, No trouble to show you. Owensboro. Miss Elizabeth Davidson, member of tlys leaver Dam high school faculin Hartty, will spend this week-en- d ford, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson. August Ketcinbrr October .'...... November December . '.'... .00.7 .'. 07.0 03.8 00.8. OT.tl 00.2 00.1 00.1 00.1 08. 08.1 ' k. Average .05.5 08.0 JS&&a wsasMfMSSMsm w- uha members Cuurt and the Mrs. A. K. Anderson cnteiUlne'i of the Ohio Cl.v.iill local Bai .it lui rhini given by the Ladles at the MethoJist 'hurc'i Tuesday. Mr. andMrs. Melvln C. The patrons of tho Illinois Central System fi'rd courteous and sympathetic attention In every de- partinent. 'Employes take, great prld In our 'reputation for courtesy. Service Is now: the only basis of competition among the railroads.' Since rates, are standardized, the Illinois Central System cannot offer rate bargains to command patronage' bpt it can offer ami it is constantly developing the Organizationequlpment and'facilitie3 for. unusual service. Constructive criticism and suggestions are Invited. C. H. MARKHAM. President, Illinois Cpatral System. Browning Roches- up The Hartford Republican ,a FRIDAY,. DKCKMltr.U 3 vIsRor at this office Tuesday. '"" ' ll0t0 2 wa-- ter, where they will make an extended visit with the former's parents, s lift Wednesday morning for Rev. and Mrs. S. .Judgo i II. Barnes was In Friday on legal business. "W. Marshall Barnes, Lexington, who Is Mr. Henry Daniel" of Bell's Run, a Student In the University there. was n byslness caller nt this office I Tuesday. kero1'OR SALE FrankfortuTy., Nov. B9. If Mam.Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk wore In sene engine, grinding buhrs, crushbe1 made a national Mis Beulah Moore spent last weekOwensboro Tuesdny. and belting' all com- moth Cave is to er, line shnfts, park, the project will have to be inend In Louisville the guest of Miss plete; and In first class condition. ', itiated In Kentucky ond the property Mr, C. K. Wallace'ot South noslno, Ruth Woller. . , J. B. YORK. deeded to the Government, Albert Tuesday. wus In Hnrtford Hartford, Ky'. 23t2 mTss Etta Holder spent the thanksFall, Secretary of the Interior, inGeologist, Miss Annie Rhea Carson was In giving holidays with Miss Martlne Mrs. A. V. Goodln and llttlo.daugh- - formed W. R Jlllson, State WashTaylor of Crolnwell. Owensboro Friday of last wook. will leave Monday for Elkton, who has Just Returned from ter ington. . where she will visit her sister, Mr. Fall decla'rcd himself-intereste- d Mr. I. D. Bean of Louisville, spent Mrs. C. E. Rogers and Mr. Rogors Mrs. Lennlo Everly and Miss Mary In the project, and won d favor hero with his family, for'a few dnys, before returning to Centertown, were In town the week-en- d Render of mm and other" relatives.' - & kt,(but )ie explained that most of tho Tuesday. lin- - Imino In nhnrlestnn. Mo. Government parks are in the? West TUBERCULOSIS SEALS "Goerrin,2nl-- j Mrs. J. C. Her and sons, J, C. and . Manicure Sets. Toilet Sets, Shaving on land owned by the Lowe spent last weok-on- d . Miss Ruth NOW ON SALE IN KY. "bpent the week Sets, Chinese Baskets, Dolls, Kew-ples- ," and '.if policy .s .uot been to nir Wester-fielNorman, of Louisville, as the guest of Miss Ena f.htpo land fo- - serves Moreover. ond with relatives Ifere. Kodaks, Candies. Phonographs of Deda. tho GovCTimentl eitereu:e ho OO Ta T mainiilllA ttnitnl and Records" at the with a .few paiks w.thln tho bonnO- "',, " ' of '", ' "." seals to Mr. 11. T. Collins, traveling salesBEAVER DAM DRUG CO. ,.. O. tuberculosis -. .Messrs. Rowau Hclbrook and C. Co., spent the (Next to the Post Office.) r os of whlca private ownerrmp o;(- be used .on Christmas present, pack-sniHaunter mado n.buslness trip to Ow- man with tho tracts I'ilMH. has waruel the, thanksgiving holidays liere with his ensboro Monday. family. Shoeing,. Wagon department against a Bring me your i. A and buggy repairing. Cheapest and throughout the Sato undvrtaL. 'Vno Government I want your Hides. I pay cash. 'lo ' Messrs. Victor Willis and William best. ' Fortv venrs experience. QUlck rusplces of ho Kentucky J u- . D. h. D. SANDEFUR, leUing conces,lons tta.it ud.- - fer t in .Hopkins,' of Louisville, .speitf thanks service. . 'Plain Shqes J1.50, Toed osls Association. The irtfno "2lt3 Beavor Dam, Ky. 22t2p qiuite hotel accommodntlo:-.r- dim s nr 'derived from tho sale of these seals giving with Dr. and Mrs. P. Tf Willis, Shoes $2.00. ' . . fireproof hotels, san guides r ,s vice in A. B. ROW, Centertown. -UMia It ,'- Mr. M. L. Hcavrln mado a business at Beaver Dam. tbf BUppor; ' l.he null B .K bus lines are oi atcd $f trip to West Point, Mississippi, the ar.? a",nR, agairst proflte'r-- , ' ora"1f,al,""ft l Mr. Ernest Wllloughby and sister The Clnrkson High School (boys) protect the public the ox- .. . "tf r, first of the wook. diead "white plague" - -- .i ..iii,. Oma Wllloughby, of Beaver team will play tho local High School Miss penswof tho State association and th. and ins's3 on It- ' with Mr. (boys) team on the lafters court, Dam, spent thp week-en- d Boa-ve- r V.y ?. "Mr. ami Mrs. D. F. Burden of establishes a , National Tuberculosis Association. ' callejl at 7:15, full control, Mrs. A. I. Naif, Saturday night. Game tto two of which the fight It direct1, wore pleasant call- and Dam Route Admission 26c. Picture show Im- park. ed ers at this oftlco lust Saturday. If it should establish a !ark at Mrs. Allen MeV and Miss Grace mediately after the game. Theo seals will .be distributee" spent the Mammoth Cave, he assured Dr Jill-so- throughout Kentucky Helton of Madisonvllle, by women's Mr. George Lowallon of Hartford, week-en- d imlld would tho Government In Hartford, guests of Mr. , Misses Ida Pearle Paris who Is clubs and welfaro organizations, acC, was In town Saturday and pail: Route Stove May and family. teaching, near Echols and Fannye flno roads, make a beautiful, cording to Dr. 4. S. Lock, executive paid us a business call while here. who" Is teaching near Rey- of the grounds, light and police them secretary of the Kentucky association. Mae Paris ns Mrs. J. B, Tuppsn, left Wednosday nolds, spent tho thanksgiving holi- nhd proylde ns good hotel In this city their salo will be- - under Mr. and Mrst Berry L- Taylor of morning for Mudlsonvlllo, where she with thel- - parents, Mr. and Mrs. r.wnd at any "tsort and he behaved tho dlrectlou of the Welfaro League, days West Hartford, aro host and hostess it ...n..i.i i,rir mtuinnn of revenues thanksgiving day, will visit her niece, Mrs. R. F.' Jones E--. S. Paris of near Boaor Dam. ufilni llof tlio neanplntfnn as nnft nf ' ', to a lltjlo girl,. born i . T. 'annually to fhu State. He ponuca """"- and Mr. Jones, until Friday. ""' " Sheriff-eleG. A. Ralph returned out that unlike most Governmir.t und son Thom- - tributes. Mr, T. E. McQuary Our Holiday lino includes some tJ his home jiore Tuesday from Canu-lo- narks, CavJ ett only seasonal, Mamof This distribution in Kentucky will . as Jr!, of Hell's Ruu, wore guests coUd be open th, year every member of visiting mr thing suitable for Mo., where he had been .!., The temperature in the cave ? simultnneoua with simllnr efforts Mrs. Will" Gillespie Tuesday. Mr.nd tho family. since Inst week. He was accompanied round. country, and Dr. Lock i i nimimnr nnd winter, nil over tho BBAVEIH DAM DRUq CO. home by his nephew, Mr. Opal Ralph. - TUIUCKYS WANTKI Am prepar- (Next to Post Office.) who will probnuly uo hero tor some will make the same comparative good ol to pay tho holiest market price. i time ns ho contemplate, going" to as day. . IIUliviuwiw, record in 1921 that It bus made in is. E. Ttpnilflr. nnil " "t "nn.l Mm T.nMinr llnrlfortl, Ky, school here for a while. r 23ti PRIZES other years. STATE WINS 20 . son, Hampton, Mrs. Dav Taylor and AT LIVE STOCK EXH I BIT . Senators Stanley and Ernst "both KAIJj GAME BASKET Ifioti nTnrv win-raCollins of Louis daughter Ulllun, of Heaver Dam, have sent Dr. Lock telegrams here with were guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Carlisle - wcok-ou- d Ky., Nov. 29. Twenty gratulatlng him on tho work of tho vIllQ. spent the' The Clarkson High School (boys) Render, city, Sunday. R. T. Ken- - Stato Association, arid expressing .the her parents, Mr. and Mrs. team will domo to. Hartford Saturday, prizes won by animals from the ' bo Hartford tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta- - hop that this year's seaUnle will '. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert' Fuqua of where they will play the International Wvehtock a greater bucccsb than 'ever before. High' School team, Saturday night, tlon at the man." woman Louisville, arrived In Hartford last tho President Harding also has Indorsed WANTED Evcy Game called at Exposition contributed toward to scp our Saturfla'y to spend 15 days with Mr. at the opera house. ini)bt Impressive showing the insOtu- - the peal kale as a nutionalniovement, landr child n Ohio county Admission 25c. . parents, Rev. and lira. R. E. i u'3 nt Ymim coodB. DRUO CO. Fuifua's and other relatives' In tho 7:15, sSow starts Immodlntol. ! tton.- - has made in tbree, years at, the. aa has Samuel Oompers, presldem; of Picture Fuqua,, ' 'BEAVER DAM Chicago 'event, 'according to a report the Amei lean Federation ter tho eame. County. (Next to Post Office) vd, ti-j- d T A -Du-Po- PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Miss Anna Barnes has returned to her home In Deavor Dam, from n ten days'"" visit with 'her brother, Mr. MAMMOTH CAVE MUST COME AS GIFT TO U. S. "Will Xot Buy Lund For I'arks. Says Secretary of Interim. recefved here today by Director Thos. P. Cooper. on a The grand championship Hampshire wether and the first prize oux ;i pen of three Junior yearling Berkshire barrows headed the list of awards given the animals. The list of prizes won included the following ones: Eighth on senior yearling shorthorn steers; third and fourth on Junior yearling Berkshire barrows, first on a pen of three Junior yearling Berkshire barrows; second and sixth' on'septor Berkshire pigs;. second and seventh on tho offspring of one sire; first, fifth and eighth on Hampshire lambs; third on a pen of Hampshire lambs, tjhamplori Hampshire wether and seventh on Cheviot wethers. SENATE COMMITTEE s ARRIVES AT HAITI To InvetitiRUtc Republic Occupation of Island By United. States Troops. Port Au Prince, Haiti. Nov. 29 Tho American army transport arrived here today from Philadelphia, bringing the special United Statss Senate committee investigating the occupation of Haiti aud the Dominion Republic by Amerlj-ca- n troops. ' , Senator Medlll McCormlcJc of Illinois, chairman of the coranitttae. said In a speech regarding, tiio vis-- It Ar-gon- nc ... ut , 'L,,,,,,,,, un-IrisJ a.. f fr Sly ..'.. " ?lJ,'u n, . - ... ;" "" ct - "We have come as impartial ami lynl friends animated , by a spirit of collaboration to seek, an economic and political basis for tins futuro progress .of Haiti and to discart'r and assure means for maintaining in your midst social and administrative order, peace, Justice, education aad ' prosperity "This work, always difficult, mst bo carried out. now In the face) of a financial crisis, lowered prices for agricultural and Industrial products In Asia, Europe and tho two Ameri' cas. . "Wo wish to examine Into the wxs following which our peoples and their representatives can find that airfi of security and right, and duty tltey have been seeking. Diplomatic conventions alone do not suffice. Wo need not only these but an accord ot purpose, strengthened by a symiJatliB-ti- c . mutual understanding-- Let us seek them together," president General d'Artlguenavo of tho republic, replied to tho spoeck of Mr. McComick, Tho committee beard the testiniaRJ of several witnesses during Jhe 'afternoon. i u, GO TO SCHOOL WEKIC Xhe week of December the Gth to A,u 1041 . fa da! ntinrt l.v IMA l2jr- -- ., ,.- -.. m, v Qol-11ns- ,-' ' school w'eok for tho patrons. Everybody Is very cordially fnvIUsl to como and vi3lf tho school and wsa what" we are doing and how wo toll. School will go on as usual and tho visitors will bo seated la Cftu class room and stay as lone as they wish. Come at any Mmo any school day and sea un at woik. O. L. SHl'LTSr. W. P RH( f r-- n feu ' "'o. or n result of tho Washington conprevloualy In various positions for ference was described by Dr. Fraser THERE IS VIGOR moro than ono term have mado rens wonderful, nnd Instead cause every quests thru, their friends for reapono to be thankful, ho said, IN RICH BLOOD pointment. Prcsldont Harding told "Tho conferenco for the limitaSenator Ernst and tho othor Kention of armnmonts," said Dr. iFrascr, tucky respercntatives who wore In tho In r mil fUtvlnHnn livnal.lnnl to 1n1 conferenco that In fairness to a host in challenged by tho frank statements Pepto-Manga- n of rtepubllcans who had never held in and uncompromising justlco of our Liquid or Tablets office, somo consideration should be Christian secretary of state, Is hold when tho question of apa Blood Builder given them was discussed. Sonator ing at this momont tho cantor of pointments tho Interests of civilized humnnlty, Ernst told tho president that his In every respect nnd prospect tho views coincided with thoso .express Vigor nnd strength hnvo as their THOROUGHBRED YEARLINGS INCREASE IN VALUE. most wonderful thing that has hapcd by the chief executive. pened since Jesus came among men. base rich red blood Blood Is 7ich " whem there nro plenty of rd corptisKliNt World Leadership. Juno Drldo I would liko to buy Tnov nro tho tlny red cell an ca-i- y chajr for my husband. . "This is not a gathering of vlcto-S-C- J8' From the Lexington (Ky.) Thoroughbred Unreel' rlous owers for the allotment of which swim In blood and glvo It its Salesman Morris? T will be of particular Interest to the breeders of thoroughbreds In this territories nnd division of tho spoils color. Without red corpuscles blood "No; Clarence." f iTires and accessories, feathWhen overwork, or State, and to those poisons everywhere who own nnd men, horses to review of war. It Is tho coming together would be white. In Kentucky nnd to show the progress that lino been nind'i weakens the of the nations for the purposo of straining, or illness , tho umcautiiki) tiikasukk erweiglit Motor Uikes, Mo-iimn- K.v nbrOKnting the causo of war. ' Th blood, It diminishes tho number of In the last seventeen years. A tho value of stallions utid broodnmres sinck i87o jtora for biCyCieS) Telephones. on the quality of their prpditcu and the fibllltr of tlmt prodilco to win limitation of armament confronts ev- -' "d cells. Without a sufficient ntim-cr- y Workmen excavating for n collar Un(l Supplies, Lille CoilstrU- CBtnkes and purses, it" comparison uf the piecnt puperofiR councilor In that conferenca vlth'l'er of red cells the blood l.tcomos of tht turf with other days when pi Ices were low arid breeders and turfmen every- tho problems that cause tho building watery, iho body weak. Vlscr and on property of Col J. W. Homan on tioil Material, Electrical Sup-Stnt- en Island found n hoard of gold ' of nrmnments. It has been well said strength fall off, so that pnyslen! where luid cause for complnlnt Mill be of value. at this time. Phes shoe and General ReNever In the history of the turf h:te thoroughbreds Jieen o valuable as that the culling of this conferenco Is Hfo diminishes like a fading plant, and diamonds. At the timo of tho physical pleasures of eatlm; and Hevolutlonarjwar Homan's grand--, pail' SllOl). they are right now. The beat barometer N the public i:iaik'f and the auc- the first real act of leadership in hid father, fivnViln wo fiv if Tf :, tion sales at .Saratoga Inst August showed that, despite the general pi ost ra- tern'ational affairs over taken by the, sleeping and exerclscMose all tuf re- fnnrtnfr It is said, tnlivlittho valuables,) .. v w ft fnll Intn tlin Ihnt tlinv united States, that wo have parti- - tlon. There Is no zest in living. tion of business, well bred horees with Individuality biought the livhtnvcrnge n has hands of tho British. Ho died with- - Both telephones. After Gudo's cinated In International entornrises in many jears. The highest price of tln sorMin at Saratoga was .$21,0(10 for before, but have novor Initiated. out disclosing tho hiding place Tho been takon for awhile taj Hood Several others were cold for more than .$10,001 the brother to The l'orter. MUFFETT'S BfPAIR SHOP Roosevelt took tho , In- - comes rich with red cells. Thoy value of tho find will not bo known each nnd a number of likely locking colts and fillies brought from'jo.OOO tlntive in bringing Russia aid Japan help to nourish the entire 3ystem. until tho diamonds have been ap to $7,000 each. The market gouer.illy was steady and unspotted, which Is to Beaver Dam, Ky. together In a penco counsel, but that With good blood at work there Is ,o praised by experts. fay it was stable. great difference In living. Eating, called for almost no action on the The prices were based on the probable enr'dng power of these colti part of our government. President ..sleeping nnd exercise are enjoyed. All WAlt HKLICS ITXDKK and tulles', and If organizations like the Kentucky Jockey Cleb did not Wilson took a position of leadership druggists sell Guile's STKKKT HUail' offer generous slakes niil pluses, I; would not lit- - prwbio 10. li e. In making the Versailles treaty, but Advertisement. i aimrkct their , callings advantageously. Neither would It have been posslblo our government repudiated that. Workmen cutting down a hump In ' x Winchester,. Va., street found a far H. C. lllldretb to have paid $rj.,0u for the brother to Man ' War, IK n 3200 l'KAUL I.V Simi.L "It remained for President Hard- -' f, great many relics of the Civil war, In-- 1 SUiU.OOO for Inchcaie, or for IU'iiJanilu I'.lofk to li.iu paid on a .$","1,000 valua- - Ing, ! who was elected to'kcep us out Hon tor the mighty Morvleh, or for a number of others to have paid tho of foreign entanglements ns Wilson Adam Hose, tender of a canal Jock eluding' numerous mlnlc balls, a can3arge prices given for horses with capacity to hohl their own In contests on was elected to keep us out of war, at Defiance, Ohio, was gathering but-t- o teen nnd buttons from the uniforms Gosceed when cvcrythlnff tlw falK ' ' " In nervous prosttatloo ur.d ftmale tho turf. be the first President to Initiate, ton shells in the Maumee river when of both Union nnd Confedcrato sol- vcaxnesse iliey ore the sunn-in1 Fifteen years ago It was no uncommon filing In Kentucky for turfmen a great "international undertaking, he brgught out one containing n fine dlers. No oife knows how so many remedy, ci thousands have testlfie-J-. C relics enmo to be burled In ono placet purses. to run their hoises for This year the Kentucky .Toekoy Club urged on by certain senators .who pearl. Tho jewel, which wlghed 4J FOR KIDNEY, LSVEH AND C but old soldiers dcclaro that tho (lis- distributed In at. ikes and purses an average of .?1J2,000 a day to tho turfmen; have viewed eiitanclemauts with na- trajns, brought Rose $200. STOMACH TflOUDLE covery Is not extraordinary at all, o no purse at Cliuirlilll Downs or Latnnlu was under $1,300, and many of them tions across the sea as if stricken It fa the.Sicst nifcdJcIns ever cold t aeelng that Winchester was thb scono. over a druggis'Vi counter. reaching si ,400 ami Sl.fiOO each. Jn IIIOj the Kentucky Dciby was wort'i with hydrophobia. B found s:ir,ooo i.v fikld of mnuy hotly contested battles, benanvvtf "Who knows but this may be the Since the existence of the Kentucky Jockey Club, which was organing tnken and retaken no less than SO CharlesVnderson was workliiK on ized throe years iigo, the Kentuck Derby was worth. In 101!) over $!0,0G0; dawning of a now day of thanksgiv time! In the courso of the war. tho nation of mankind?" his farm neat N'orniKl, III., whm he lu lSKM over s.'JU.OOO, and In 1021 the Kentucky Jockey Club added S.0,000 ing for-ae" paper cumnoy .nut cn'iis!, a royal 1o the fo'iud All the other stakes on the iorer of tho Kentucky Illngus Is your typist a good bends tota':r.,; .l.".r,,roo In va'i:: I.OCATKS ?7JI,000,000 IX "JOLI). Jockey Club at Lexington, Churchill Downs and Latonin have been proporspoiler? , wre IJuitlflcd as part cf the tionately Increased. Dingus Yes; but she also has her I I Guided by Information supplfed loot taken by robbers from a bank at bad spells. In the thrie years of Its existence the Kentucky Jockey Club has distrib- uuuui u ur uauic tited to the turfmen S3.47S.665. , the nreater. n.nt of which sum war ,nnlH to n"" u a l"enu wno ai one ume was .. , -i ( .v il. T,..r captive of Mexican bandits Adam citizens of Kentucky who own r.nd breed race horses. (,'OLir KKO.M S , 0 Surgeons agree that In cases ol Fischer of San Antonio went Into the T Hiiclng Since the Kentucky Legislature in MM created the T'tnte wilds of Mexico where, after a 10- -' uts, burns, bruises and wounds, the While digging" post-holwe have bad cleaner mid better lacing than eei before, and slnco Bernard .Y 1 year search, he' has found, ho claims, first treatment Is mdst Important. Smith, an Kmmctsburg, Iowa, farm.m m js" "Uie orniiitzatloii of the Keiituik Jockey Club we h:v.vg brl an era of prosi m M a cave In which $73,000,000 In gold When an efficient antiseptic Is ro- er, brought to the surface with bor uiieqicilled Iiithe turf hlsti.vy of thK. State. perity for biteders &nd lsvi3t-i-f- i h m of ings jahd silver bullion and Spanish octn-- l plied promptly, there is m m ibhbbw of earth gold and silver which, Is bidden. He has sought Infection and the wound begins to j onnl dollars Here are the official figures for the 1914 It ls declared, assayed S20 to S40 tier Total number of racing da.V3 ..104 a concession from tno Mexican gov- -, heal at once. paj-- t seventeen years, front l'.iOo.to I . or uso on man l ..r m.....l ton. Children . . f 3021, lnclusher. beast, Borozone is the Ideal antisepth to idis;ibu;ed.:::::r.?4:5ooloo A Safe Old Fashioned tic and healing agent. Buy it now ls believed that bandits 1905 Purses averaged over 000 each, j11 "WhatMs tho plural of forgqt-mi-notcoin-anTotal number of racing days.. 155 1915 . bullion from agents of the and be ready far an emergency. Remedy for Worms U.Y,tal amount of money Total number of nuing days. ..102 old Spanlsh government while tha Price 30c. 60c, and $1.20. Sold by . Seven! j .five year contin. "Why, forget-us-no- t, of course." ?ji:oI:KiO.O') distributed Total iinioiint of money nous use ! tho best t latter were trying to protect 1JL from m St. Louis Ohio County Drug Co. . t. The highest purse gleli ii3 .730 FREYS VERMIFUGE falling into tho hands of revolutionrrJind the lowest ?:;00, and the arem?3 j Purses u "raged over !G(K) each. can offer yoa. Mother You had better tiot have ists and the secret of the hiding placa was. a little more than jjMOO each. 1916 Keeb a bottle always on He Girls are hotter looking thnn 906-T otal number of racing days . .10' ;.-...!- .. ' ' hand. It will help keep tiled with thorn. another piece of chicken: Ycfu must men. t the litde onea healthy ' Total amount of money vj- - Ttitnl number of racing days.. 174 leave room for tho cake., 4 She Why, naturally. and happy. Total amount of iiionoy .r.S9,400.00 distributed 'Nancy Oh, the chicken can moye Ho No, artificially. JOcabotlicatyotird'rut'fta'aor ."?.")17,S00.O0 Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured dlstrlbuti'd Pm.e aver.iged about ?050 cadi, general stoic: or i( your dealer Toledo Blade. by local applications, as they cannot reach over a little s igi7 , Piirsesi averaged about each. can t lupptyyou, send his name the diseased portion of the ear. There ls l s ci and 30c in stamps and we'll Mother Thoso little plny?nates of 907 to total number of racing (lays ..10il anly one way by acure catarrhal drafness. send you a bonis promptly, and constitutional remedy. hat ls Total number of raclng,d.iys..ll0i Totnl iniuiiint of llli.uiy "Dolt't you wish you was a bird,. yours look rather tough, Bobble. I E. A S. FEET. Bahwart. Hi. Deafness ls caused by an ln- ..Catarrhal Total limount of money (J.k(,150.0,l named condition of the mucous lining of Jimmy, and could fly away up In hope none of them swear. Ulbirihllted tne Eustachian Tube. When this t .s5G2,:(."0.00 distributed luisfi aLial.(l niHHlt S.7'11 caul. 1 lnflamed you nave,a rumbllnc sound tubals- tho sky?" mused little Jean dreamor 1mBobble Oh, some of 'cm try to, I perfect " 1918 Tures n erased about ?J50 each. hearlnr. and when It Is entirely mother, but they ain't much good at j Tntiil niiinlw.r i.f m.-Inilnva .101 .closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the ily. 3908 Inflammation can be reduced and this tube Total number-o- f racing days. .11!"' "Naw!" scorned Jimmy ."I'd ruth-e- r it. Life. I restored to Its normal condition, hearing total amount ol money Many cases of l w'll b destroyed forever. WILL Total amount of money 4-- fr be a elephant and squirt water deafness are caused by catarrh, which Is distributed' plir-siHlngus Tho race Is not always lan Inflamed condition of the mucous sur- - through my nose." . TAKE meraged about i?S50 earli: nana catarrn Aieaicine acts Vurbc averaged about $150 each. . I.lllonla, Park ailjl ChurcIijIK tne Wooi on the mucous surfaces of tnru to thq swift. the 1909 T")mv-nlimtiV ,if tin, nvur. srstem. Dingus Oh, no; thoiiaro gets In Wife, at tho breakfast tablcr-O- hd we will aire One Hundred Dollars for Total number of racing .lays . .112 llin.si,s S1(H)0 eilpIl- any case of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot Henry. I dropped my diamond ring tho soup as often ns tho turtle! I111MJUI11 Ul lUUIIfY 1Q1- 0be cured by iiairs catarrh Medicine, cir7Cc. distributed .?240.000.0tl off my finger, and I can't find it Total Dumber of racing days . . .03 culars free. J. All Druraista. CO., Toledo, O. A Tnalineni CIIE.NET A F. rnrses averaged about fL.O each, nl-M)i7,100.00 distributed ' -- ; BBBBBBBBBBBBr though this year purses at Lexington ' for WE A It 7 Hubby (triumphantly) It's all Girls and Women T1o Kentucky Jockey Club was or- xaii ,13 inn- as .7 to, -- SHERIFF'S SALE ' ganlzed till- - year and took over tbu my right' my dear I found it In LUNGS or mo" By virtue of execution No. 1153, trousers pocket. Who Are Ailing. " ,m'"' "' " UI,H Total number of racing days ..112 'f'"1-1"- " , CONSUMPTIOK- , directed to me, which Issued from the Total amount of money What tyis Woman Says is of Vital purses ut offico of the Clerk of the Ohio Circuit S.'110 550 (H) a"l1,,nt k'ich inotid;es and distributed "Yon handle large sums of money Importance to You " tne seven Court, in favor of W. J. Mercer-- , In T.iwliif?tini niii-snran fia lmv n SCtOO. "" lrillKS ,v:,b this play a million' or moro In A quick relief for that tired, run down (eellnc (1',y avei ?1,4,,: eac,!.-ml the average for the whole circuit JS Ludlow, Ky. 11 had suffered every couEht, pains in chest, nltht sweats, heroor on gvery act," explained tho director. against .S. B, Huff, etc. ill wii8? 150 each. T. number of racing days ..107 Saturday, December 10, 1921, at the - "I see," said tho actor. month for a long timo with hcadncbo and iliirti, weak lungs or consumption. II It dose Total l51.) at help yoa It coats yoa nothing. backaihe, until recently 1 began taking $ ' T,1,' "i"0"",1 ,,f uwn VI ,200,800.01 mines of Huff, Colyer Coal Com"And you must handle it as if you Dr. Picrco's Favorit? Prescription and I Total number of racing days . .110 Lock box 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO, pany, near Old Render, Kentucky, at were used to It." COLUMBUi n Total amount of money am astonished at the way it has helped ' The average dally amount In tulves about the hour of one o'clock p. in., distributed me. I liavo no mora headache or back?:i1s850 00 "Could you let me have $5' to repurses nt all tracks was $11,211, I'm-rctuul uvci-ageache, and I have taken only u lialf dozen about .5000 each. nverageu, expose to public salo to the highest hearse with?" races cam bottles. My daughUr also has had about unit 1 ue 1912 LIV-VEnd best bidder, the following describthis same cxjicricnco with tho 'Favorite Total number of racing dajs ..100 $1,Ctvj each. R 1921 Prescifption'." Mrs. Herman Blackar. ed 'personal property viz: or. so much Total timount of money 'Can I have the $5 1 lent you?" 10 Ash St.v Total number of racing days . .103 thereof as may bo necessary to make $:147,20Q.O' distributed "You can have It next week." A beautiful woman is always a well Total amniint of money l'ur.scs averaged about $500 each. plaintiff's said debt interest and cost: "You told me that last week!" woman. "Get this Prescription of Df. dlst rlhuted $1,281,075.00 ' 1913 Ten bank cars. Pierce's in liquid or tablets from your "Yes; do yon think I'm a man to Total number of racing dnjs ..103 The average" dally amount in slake-- ) One steam engine. say one thing one day and another druggist and see how quickly you will Total amount of money nnd purses nt ifll treks was $11,807, liavo tparkliiig eyes, a clear skin and vim, $41 1,000.00 niul the seven races each day averaged distributed of the Lovied on as the next?" Christiana Karlkaturen vigor, vitality-- or send lOo to Dr. furies averaged over $000 each. $1,005.00 each. : , and located at their mines a Pierce's InvaLdV Heel in Buffalo, N. Y., for n trial pkg. of tablets nnd write for "You look ns If you had Just stepat Old Render, Kentucky. ' free confidential medical advice. The above sale to bo made upon a ped out of a fashion plato." gathered, at the conference and suc- credit of threo months. The pur"Sir, I'll 'have you know that I PASTOR SEES cess of their efforts wore offered by chaser will be .required to execute am a respectablo lady!" Home Life. Feel rlcht all tho time. Don't lay M DAWNING ERA tho congregation led by Dr. John It. bond with approved security to have m . from work for days by taking calomel Sampey, professor in the Southern tho force and effect of a Judgment. when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x keeps yos Marlon Is your husband mean, on your feet, whHorelievingyourtrouJu Parley Slay ltilog New TluiiilcglV' Baptist Theological Seminary. Tho amount of debt, 'interest and then?"- le. Safer too, and cosy to take. Don't lag, Says Dr. J. l' Martha Mean? - Yejr ho dellber-atel- y cost to be raised on day of said sale tako anything else. You can't afford Spcakn Of Future Days. Kruser. says things in, his sleep for tho it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay Is $105.00. Taking for his subject,' "Thankstern and relieves constipation. A nut. Given tinder my hand thlsthe 16th purpose of keeping mo awake when ural remedy, natural in iw actions, sufe bo knows I'm tired. Drawing a contrast between tho giving Day," Dr. Fraser reviewed the day of November, 1921. FOR PERSONAL, HYGIENE in its effect arid certain in results. , Unsolved in water for douches stop? conference for limitation of arma- scenes attending tho first ThanksS A. BRATCHER, bo long beforo win giving colcbratlon, tracing customs pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamHARDINO FAVORS NKW completely clisplaco calomel in eyerj ment now on In Washington and the 22t3 Sheriff of Ohio Co. of the day from that tlmo.untll tho BLOOD FOR FI2DICRAL I'OSTS mation.; Recommended by Lydia E. home. Cnildron can tako it freely an peace conforcijco at Vorsalllos followPinkhnrn Med. 'Co. for ten year. with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ing the war the Rev. Dr. John Fal- present. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottler Noo4 Cincinnati, N(ov 26. A dispatch sore throat and lore eyes Economical. "I am not going to preach to you coner Fraser, pastor of Fourth Aveeenulno without tho likeness and Biga- Hal tfXtlAQtifinatV rlMnunu nA .n.iM.I FOR FLETCHER'S to tho Cincinnati Times-Sta- r from l Sarsa)eFre. 50k .11 dnigjMti. m pot.niid i ture of L. K. Griesby. For sale nue Uaptlst Church, described the today," he said, "In the sense that I Washington says: , VpuJ. ThslVitonToatlCoiiniaay. Dortcu. Ma," L M. CTIULUIU, prosent conferenco as tho "most won- am going to base my' words In a Harttortl m President Harding In'a conference derful thing that has hapiiuad since single text of Scripture. I dm elm , ' $30,000 IX STRAW STACK wlth.Rlchard P. Ernst, of Covlngtou, Jesus camo among men," in a. ser- ply going to talk to you- - about congressional; While removing straw from a stack and "the Republican Thanksgiving ser- Thanksgiving Day, ns a day of mon at the union memories, of spiritual on his farm near Renan, Va., W. W. delegation declared he favored tho vices of Baptist churches of Louis--vlll- e EAGLE"MIKAD0". Baptist Significance,' a day burdened with our Edmunds found $20,000 worth of re- injection of "new blood" In making at tho Walnut Street The ProsJdont said gistered Liberty bonds, and $30,000 appointments. future concern." Church. ' riaaaaaaaaWaaaaaaTfTrli Thanksgiving Day'ls peculiarly an worth of other securities', as well as he was opposed to the custom of reIt lb pawing Aondorful," declared JJC.T?1 : I niMiTi Dr Fraser, "that at this moment American Institution, Dr. Frasor several wills and n quantity of valu- appointing those who hnvo served For Sal) at your Dealer city said, tho custom hnvlng first been able comiiTercJul papers of various several terms In offico and that conMade in five trradea there is gathered In bur capital ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE JtED SAND th most conspicuous company of established by somo of tho early set- kinds.. Tho bonds and other papers. sideration would bo given the submls- -' EACLE MIKADO men this world avecv Has witness- - tlers "ho camo her from their It "was established, were part of tho slciu of applicants who have not here' loot taken by bandits from 11 bank of tofore hold offlcfs.'Instances were cjt- ' iiipjhur uuntry across tho sea. t'l . EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY,. NEW YORK Special prayers for Jtho leadors - The placo Uild by America today Houston, )'a., a few mpnthsjjeforo, lodywJiure officials whci have served " KENTUCKY TURFS GREAT PROGRESS Liberty Bicycles On Sale the Last Three Years the Kentucky Jockey Club Has Distributed Stakes and Purses $3,479,655.00. 1 J, ' - r - in-T- he - Pepto-.Manga- . Peptfi-Manga- n. leofric liters - n A- - ! I ll s bbbbbV .w&ir Mothers use S?JLJtJ m m-nii- - -- POST-HOLK- Coni-liilsslo- n, vTr5iMi4, jwrivv bbt am ! ." rient d ,)rin.t i"rre; For the use ?" - Globe-Democra- tatti-moni- al S. j -- J ' , i m ilihti-ihutf'i- ' ",'-"',- u-"" ?2iK),-IO0.0- 0 ,, 1 '" YOU. OUR fKIff ....... GERMINAL REMEDY fS . uny-wher- e! 1 . KiBP1 m '.''. FOR.OIME MONTH s n USE LAX i, N ; For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation; ! Every Woman Wants -- ' iv-Ver-I- ax Children Cry CASTOR! A .'.. by pro-clo- ay x9aenRnnBnBaianaBnai -- t 3 KILLED: 125 HURT AS THEATER BLAZES Miiny " llittrnny of Nrw Haven The- nter lcnp On IloitiN of .StiiiR- glliiK Crowd Now Hnvon, Conn., Nov. 28. All threo bodies of victims nf the Rlalto Theater fire of Inst night had Irecn Ono of Identified thin nfternoon. those burned Is II. II. I'errlgoj aged - U f Uncle Eb; It will make the meadow IX JAPAN as black as you are.'" .with evil. strut "Don't worry 'bout dat, sah," reIt may bo commonly thought that Wo are human; but within each sponded Uncle Eb. "Dat grass will one of us there burns the spark of belief in lucky-anunlucky numbers Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 26. A histo- grow out an' be as green as you Is." is chiefly the failing of Western na. divinity, and not until this spark shall ' tions, but it appears that, tho Japabe fanned by our own" hand lut ry of the State Highway Commission "John I hear burglars." flame, nnd kept burning by .simple and legislative needs are contained in nese are quite as superstitious In thi The dutiful husband arose and tip- respect as prajer and faith shall our hunger be letters which Joe S. Bogga state highare we. In Tokio for exfully satisfied. way engineer. Is sending to all of the toed bravely out. After an undue ample, there Is a telephone number (Copyright) members-elec- t delay he returned. holdover senators and which sells annually at a high figure, O "Oh John," said tho wife, "what because f of the 1922 General Assembly. the character represented you so long? I was afraid they After reviewing the work of tho kept spreads downward and suggests-growt- h FRIENDLY PATH THE commission, Mr. Boggs concludes his had overpowered you." and prosperity. This numbor stealing "No, no, dearie, they wero letter by saying: Is 8. By WALTER I. ROBINSON. "It is hoped that the General As the Vlctrola from the people across Number 357 is regarded as luck sembly at 1922 will be constructive ! the hall and I just made sure that because children OFTEN stood beside are presented at Life. In and that It will give the they got all the records." his gate. Shinto shrines on their third, fifth, proper regard to the Improvement of honest-face- d An old and seventh birthdays. On the other the trunk lino roads of this state man." Mabel (at the picnic) 01), there's hand, the numbers 42 and 49 are reThe unknown author of these which are beneficial to ench nnd ev- ;nn ant in my coffee! Will It hurt garded as of evil import because tho lines Introduces n diameter ery cltjzen. it? former mny be pronounced "shlni" known to everyone nnd gf nentlly Eight recommendations- - fo road. ' Jack Hurt It? Goodness, woman which' means "to die," and the latter loved. In every community Improvement are made by Mr. Boggs. It'll ikll it. Legion Weekly. may be pronounced "shlku," which, there may be found the aged man, First Adequate revenue legisla means "death" and "suffering." with the happy, smiling face. tion either by levying of some form "Our frlond has left everything to Theso and other unlucky telephone The world Jins not showered a of direct taxation thnt will Increase tho orphan nssylum." great amount of wealth upon numbers are avoided by Individuals; him. "How much a lnrge fortune?" the annual road levenues or the call He hns gAne through usually they are taken for governing of nn election for a popular vote trouble and sickness. He leans "No; flvo boys and a girl." ment offices, police stations, schools upon his worn cmie before the mm on a state bond Issue which appears and other Institutions. humble dyvelllug and he smiles to bo the host method In view of tho "Professor Wonderful la It not, and chats in his quaint fashion Nlckelpliicii If you spend so much fact that tho taxpayers of Kentucky sir, how Nature provides for the needs one passes the gate. whenever are not financially able at this 'time of mankind? time at golf you won't havo anything Many who are more fortuto hen radditional direct taxes. Foolish Fjdend Oh, rather! What, laid aside for'a'ralny day. nate than he feel more cheerful Second It will require a half mil- for Instance, could bo more" convenStymie Won't eh? My desk Is when they receive hts. greeting. n lion dollars per annum for the They understand that he has ient than ears to hook one's specta- crowded with work that I've put asldo come to the evening of his life of. the state aid debt created cles on? for a rainy day. Columbia Stata. without piling up riches and between the years of 1914 and 1920 without winning wjde honor. Unul as It i also Imperative that all i They are battling unceasingly state highways be properly maintain to win iiotli. They cannot nnd ed some revenuo provision must bo the cause for the peaceful look-omade for such purposos. It is theretho old nmu'H face., They fore recommended that a limited cannot Imagine anyone being sales, tax be provided happy lit his declining years now consumed In the state so without accomplishing much that they aim to gain. that a fund of at least $2,000,000 pjr If one usked this familiar annum could be secured, out of which - African belles surpass American Qen. H. T. Allen and Roland W. ;; character to explain the cause fund the state aid debt could be takwomen In boauty. declares Fredorlck Hoyden, unofficial representative .on i; for apparent- - content, he lils en care of and the remainder placed Wbile Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seea Medickes Ci anthropology at; tho reparations commission, fold tho !; probably could not comply with 'Starr, professor of in the fund for maintenance purposes. Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draugthe request. The reason Is bo tho Unlvorslty of Chicago. He furth' Interallied conference that the Amrecommendations include Other beauty erican army on the" Rhine would be s simple thitt even he does not or suys Oiat .there, is "no real Came and Stayed. railroad of dangerous elimination In tho United States" and It Is only reducted to.C200 officers and men by crossings In tho reconstruction of priJIo has acquired what neither call Jprlng. The conference expressed ,our goodnature thut lnakesus money Tior honor cun buy, He mary roads; load limit law; tonnage ,our women folk pretty, "A hand-- ! the hope that American troops would pulton, Ala. In recommending Thed- feeling alter meals. - Sour stomach and bus lived uu honest life nnd j tux for transportation trucks instead Is" tho rarest of jiome man or woman remain on the IUilne as long as those, looks the world squarely In the ht to her friends and sick headache can be .relieved by taking of lcenso feo based on horse power; ford's "all creatures," he adds, and he ex of the other allies. It was agroed face. Countless persons are his employes of the department of state neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a It aids digestion, also plains mat Aliiuricua "ip i" hi4 that America should receive special trustful friends. Lacking much roads and hlgfiwnys to be made trafthat others possess, he nevertheto be beautiful, "Our standard of consideration In the payment of fuJackson County lady, said: "I dm ssists the liver in throwing off impurific pollco; legislation vK force tracless has a clear conscience nnd beauty would bo denied by nny Eu- ture expenses by Germany but tho tors, traction engines and other en- getting upjn years; my head Is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend his mind Is nt rest. The smiles ropean nation," ho asserts. "Only matter of arrears will have to bo seti gines using sharp cleats tp be equiphe receives .from among Liberian and kindred races Is tled by the diplomats of the two 1 and do, to uiy friends and medicines and remeare the blessings which his own t ped so as pot to Injure road; and an whjlc. have seen renl.beiuty to be found. The Korean countries, friendliness hns I amendment tp the status to permit dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." yellow race qulto frequently surpass i brought him to bring sunliiue ! counties to isttuo road bqnds nt a came and stayed. 1 am talking of ht Thedford's Is a standA fashionable woman who to hhvo of beauty. Tho us In specimens Into his tewremnlnljig days or higher rate than 5 per cent., Igorrote . at the world's fair wero expenses collected her owii runts, ' years. i a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a record ot The world needs to CHtch tho i marveled at for' the physical attrl-but- found one of her tenants In bad hu? mor. She thought It wtae to forestall I Mother This letter, from Charlie for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful use. spirit of his kindly old soul. ; hor-sel- f. Oue s poor Indeed, regardless of j Is very short. Every one occasionally needs something on and one that will do the work. What Dr. Starr meant and should his complaints by making ono his accumulation of gold or his ; "And the kitchen, Mr. Holt, a mixture of Flhor "Yes, so is Charlie, or he "Black-Draugliave explained is that will relieve Indlgeettofl to help cleanse the, system of impurities. poverty, If he approaches the ' wouldn't have written. race' such as we have In America she said, "Is in a terrible condition." end of the path without sincere . 1 .' . Insist upon Thed and constipation If taken right, and I know Try "Yes, ma'am, It Is," agreed Mr. of body and fealacks that regularity friend. . 'Ah old colored man was burjilnp It ks the beet thing I lave ford's, the genuine. ture whteh true beauty call for. We Holt, ''an' you'd look tho same way orlkfcdlt. (Copyrlcht.) dead gram when a wise guy stopped find, for iHil'incn n preen nrse, a ( If you hadn't had any paint on you ' At all drufgists. rr-trrlor J S4L, uncomfortable u. h ' 4 Norsk for six years?' UotSn Transcript. Te'utoa-J:Celtic eyoo ai-.and said, "Vouro foolish to do that, 48. of 11GU Unulevard nnd the other Mrs. Marcclln Qownn of Chnel Street. The third victim wna Timothy Han-Io- n B8, n watch man In a local factory, who died from a broken neck. Tho flromen nnd pollco nro cor-tnl- n there nro no other bodies In tho ruins of tho motion plcturo house. The numbor of persons who recolv ed Injuries has boon greatly lncreas- ed, some fifty or moro rcelvlng mir- attention for burns. Tho list of Injured now exceeds 125, but at noon the numbor in critical condition Hptcndlri rough Medicine remained nt five. Inquiry Into DNnster IIcruii. "As I feel that every frr.iliy should Coroner Mix began an official In- - know what inedlcino a splendid qniry Into tho disaster early today, j Chamberlain's Cough Iloniedy Is, I "Wo nro Inclined to (ho belief," hoam only too plonsed to relate my ex- sald, "that tne lire migni nave uecn porlenco and only wish that I Unci during known of its merits years ago." kindled by Incense burned tlw photoplay being shown at tho writes Mrs. clay Fry, Ferguson This play, 'The Hhelk' was tin, Mo. ','1 glvo It to my children being given on Oriental acting nnd when they show tho slightest symp-Inivnwas being burned on throms of bolng croupy, nnd when I stage. It may bo that tho flumes have a cough or cold on tho lungs a caught some draperies nnd dropped very few doses will relievo me, and . onto tho stngo or the theater." by taking It for. a few days I soon Lawronco W. Carroll, manager of sot rld of the cold." in 4ho theater, and James carter ins as slstant, who were det ilnrd by thf I'KKMATUHH PAYMENT ut'ar- tho llro, wero Inter released upon tholr own recognizance An automobile dashod along tho country road.' Turning a curve, It to appear nt tho Coroner'H hearing. "The playhouso was crowded at 7:30' camjj suddenly upon a mnn with a - o'clock, and preliminary features cf BUn on his shoulder and a weak, slck-th- V n.- belni com- - looking dog- - bcsldo him. Mil"- - ulnment Tho dog plcted when tho fire was discovered was directly Jn tho path of tho motor-fcpar".ire seen diopnlni; down In car. The chauffeur sounded his front of tlii silver jcreen upon which horn, but tho'dog did not move un-tpicture was to bo rrojoetod. m j,o was struck. After that he did ' Thcro was n shout of "fire" and p'aulp not move. I seized tho crowd. The uutomobllo stopped nnd ono of In an Instant theit was u ntidi for tho men got out and came forward, tho open air but It nppcarcd thi. most I He had once paid n farmer $10 for of the people tried to rM cut tho killing n calf that belonged to another main entrance, Instead of iiBlng" the farmer. This tlmo he, was wan. omorgency exits nt mo siues oi tnc 'Was that your dog theater. Many cool headed persons at"Yes." tempted to restrain tho crowd, shout"Looks as If we'd killed him." ing there was no danger, but tholr "Certainly looks so." work was futile as was thaUof tho "Very valuable dog?" orchestra, which continued to play "Well, not so very." for some minutes after tho first alarm "Will ?5 satisfy you?" was given. Those who tried to stem "Yes." tho human tide wore swept n'wn- In He "Well, then, here you are." way to- handed n $5 bill to the man with the thc crowu which crushed ward tho doors. gun, nnd ndded, pleasantly, "I'm sorMany who had seats In the balcony ry to have broken up your hunt." of tho theater leaped over the rails "I wasn't going hunting, replied and fell on (ho heads of tho strug- tho other, ns he pocketed tho bill. gling pu'jylo below. "Not going hunting? Then what Several children In the wowd pour were you doing with tho dog nnd the d townrd tho exits of the theater, fiUji? and their parents were in many cases "Going down to tho woods to Injured while trying to lift them Bhoot tho dog." Yojith's Companion. nbovo the press about thorn. The. theater building was a frame TIIKATY ItATIFICATIONH strucluro, which burned like match- wood. Yale students w.cra active In n took Just five minutes to effect tho work fo rescue, dnsiiing Into tho tno exchange of tho ratifications of burning structuro and assisting between tho United States and pic tc safety. Germany.whlch meant the resumption of friendly relations between the two The ceremony took place countries. In the foreign office at Berlin, and and the officials wero Prpmler-Wlrt- h For Infants and Children Ellis Lorlng Dresel, tho American . Years commissioner. lln Us For There has been considerable speculation In Germnny as to who will bo &Z7&Zc&K the next ambassador to tho. United Sgnature of States, but the post Is not sought with tj,a Pnko.nr.tfir nn.l his ladv friend uch enthusiasm. Neither does the un had Just encountered a bulldog that government look forward with the-i"d pleasure to Hooked as It he might shake a mean I embassy at Washington; It has been . lower Jaw "Why, Percy," alio exclaimed as ho 'ilRured that Its cost, owing to tho started a strategic retreat. "You nl- - prevailing exchange rates, will about .. "way swore you would face death for .equal tho whole oxpenss of govern-,,Tho government has I ment at Berlin. ' "I would-,-" he flung back over h'ls already- sent word to tho allies that rope". that blamed dog ain't .Germany Is at the end of her nnd that she cannot pay Uio next Indead." Legion Weekly, stallment of 5O0.0Q0.00O gold marks due January 1G. IJUJt ON HEAUTY i OF AMEWCAN WOMEN AMF.HICAN ARMY TO REMAIN lot-.glc( Sta-IUalt- o. si ( ks he -- hair nil nsnombl-u- l In tho snaic Individual, nnd they don't go together. Uncial mhturt'.i rroduco Irregular teeth, nnd Irregular features generally. Dr. Starr took a slam at tho blonds by wlng that brunottos approach nearer lc being beautiful. He said: "Ben i v In a blond race U nest to Impoji'l'T. t: lr moro difficult for a blo.i lo to itottirp np to beauty fltandu ! than ii I" for h bntnotte." - These undiplomatic remarks arc attributed to Dr. Starr while addressing n class of "coeds" at tho university. Tho class gncpsd and it was not long before tho professor's views wero the subject for discussion at indignation meetings. Hy this time Dr. Starr probably regrets having given uttcranco to such an unkind compari son, as tho women of tho country nro greatly Incensed and nro fairly dolug al ng tho eminent educator with ters of protest. Nolo Dm Starr is not married. - - Something to Think About 1 Bj F. A. WALKER NOT ON 1U&12AD ALONE appetite which craves substantial nourishment for the soul. with A sumptuous table henped palatable delicacies falls utterly to satisfy this hunger.. With all our cnrnnl gluttony we find ourselves nt certain periods of our existence yearning for spiritual - GALLON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you my desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter In . TIIEHE Is within nil of us nn nnd luxury leavo but an emptiness; poverty nnd sorrow distress nnd harden our henrts; the world Is n cheat n bauble that eludes us and leaves us In vagueness. , Wo may be talebearers, Hnrs. and thieves, but in our "serious moments there comesupon us nn overwhelming longing for something that will nppcnsu our appetite, besides bread alone. We wish for the" sustenance in which Truth nnd Mercy are blended, that our souls may be sutlnted, and our fever cooled. In ten thousand delectable forms It Is sprend out bc for us, but we rebel ngnlust accept Ing It. food. Weiilth For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards, BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You Though we may be stnrvlng nnd weak tp the point of fulling we re fuse to cat. In our misery nnd weariness Ve crave the everlasting Voice of Nature to lull in to sweet repose, yet In strange perversencss wo light to keep mvalce. From nil around us comes the call to the feast. Jt comes from the .silent starry nights; from the boisterous days; from the shimmering silver streams; front the dancing leaves if the forests'; from songs of birds nnd sigh ing winds. .but our eyes are heavy mid our curs arc dull. Itlght nt our elbows Is a dust tjpvered volume filled .with uplifting encouragement and fatherly love, intended for guidance to the very happiness we desire. Hut we let this great 'book, lie In n dark corner untouched while we continue. to stumble on and cry fol peace. We refuse to open our oyes when we ought tobe wide awake; we tie cllne to close them when we ought to be asleep; we are wilfully head strong and insistent upon having out own way. We see not the good, but stroll and -- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY STATE HIGHWAY AID IS SOUGHT LUCK-NUMBE- f'rrs "H , Its-wo- rk C ASTO R I A Ovr 30 llqui-dutlo- - n THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFORD'S " es BLACMAU6HT ht -- -- ud J Black-Draug- well-kno- Black-Draug- ht. Black-Draug- ht, -- open-hearte- d Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- er - ht Black-Draug- ht. t m4 man may be unnblo to practice his il BEADS ODDLY STRUNG celvcd S0I" of 01,r foremost farm- profoanfon boforo n certain orsti few years back nnd has now (By I. D. Clnlre ) -- x department in Washington very popular In nil of the groat To prnctlco before this department, fnrmlng ptates. All of'thom except Meaning no pergonal affront, I am one, South Carolina, hnvo fnrm bua prurcqtilslto for all nttorneys is that league of Notions To lie Undlsturli. thsy fllo wjth the department a cer- moved to say the" members of that reau 6rgnnlzatlons. Evory county In tified, copy of their admission to the Domocratlc court who rodlstrlcted Ohio, Indiana' nnd Iown Is organ. . oil by New liar. tho , county nnd 'was able to with only six counties out In Illinois. HiirdliiR'tt View. So far Mr. Harmon hasJiecn unable save only two out of the seven memTho whole of tho Now England statos. to locate any official record of his ad- - bers of that court nt the recent elec- are nenrly.completcly organized, and Washlngton, Nov. 29. President mission as ho wns ndmitted many tion, should be bored tor the simples. n good portion of most of tho Wostorn and Southern States. Harding's fliigRcstlon for continuing van ago through the old district I Vnrncd Newt Baize nnd Tom The organization principles of tho conference of nntlons Is expected by courts. The Stato Supremo Court today Administration officials to become advised himofficial-recor- that It was unable Tanner their Democratic brethren Farm Bureau nr every simple, ns comwere going to swap them off nt tho pared to Its present membership of the subject of formnl discussion be- to. find tho t recent election, and so It was. This 1,500,000 and ft Is still growing at n fore tho present conferonco ends. lv.-- . ?. vory" rapid rate. To b!gln nt tho makes twice the Democrats have IIKAVKK DAM. It was Indicated In official quarIs first-th- e Newt, and if I were he I bottom of the ladder, thero ters today that although the Presicounty Farm Bureau, which Is tho Miss Mildred Rice of Russellvllle, would dsert the rooster strappers It dent hnil no Intention of complicatsmallest working unit, composed of ing tho Far Eastern and Armament was tho guest of Miss Elolsa Austin, I had to Join the wild goose chase. the farmers of the county from which negotiations by bringing the subjects last wcok. before tho conference at present, ho Mr. P. P. Walker. died nt his home A Louisville business man with a number are elected thottsunl officers fully expected tint after these ques- - In South Heaver Dam Saturday after fine country homo Just north of New and an executive committee This Uons are out of the way thero will be a brief Illness of peumonln, funeral J Albany has disproved the old provorfi committee Is composed of 0110 mema sorlous effort for nn agreement lor services were conducted by Rev. E. of honesty being the best policy. Af- - ber from each magisterial district, future similar meetings. 'w. Conkley, former pastor of the Uea- - ter being happily married fbr'nlne- - and its duties nro briefly to otitllno As a Tcsultof foreign comment on vcr nnm uaptst church. Interment teen years he became enamored of an- the policy of the local organization, the President's suggestion it was al- tcuk placo nt the Baptist cemetery, other woman, hied nwny to New Al- to. employ n business ngent and to so declared by nn Administration Ho Is survived by three daughters. bany and married wife No. 2 while publish a news letter ut regular In.10 Snco.i-tlo- n spokcsn.ni' that thero wit Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Maddos of his sixteen years old daughter went tervals. Sp far tho membership of tii.it any "association of nations Brnndonburg, were called here by along to witness the ceremony, nnd the Ohio County Farm Bureau has resulting from these conferences tho death of Mr. Maddoz's grandfath- wife No. 1 stayed at homo to cook not bf on 'enough to provide sufficiIs n should become In any way a rival of er, Mr. P. P. Walker. tho wedding supper. Two days lat- ent funds for either, but thero tho League of Nations. Mr. Victor Wlflls, of the Louis- er the cops came, nnd now this 4ion-e- st membership drive in progress which The President's position wns said ville Dental College, accompanied by husband must go to the penltcn-Itentlar- y we hope wilt accomplish the desired to I'D Li.i the now "muiointlou" Mr. William Hopkins, of Boston, while numerous, lecherous end. Tho next step In the orgnnlbntlon should not have the attitude of an Mass., spent the holidays with Mr. scoundrels with two wives, one of unii'jruilutiiR agency" for the league. Willis' parents, Dr. and Mrs. P. whom they are too cautious to mar- scheme is the Stnto Farm Bureau Pftcii'slon of the plan for future Willis, ry no only keep out of Jail, but nre Federation, which Is made up of representatives from tho' county Farm conferences brought again to tile Mra. Betty Crowder died nt her able to hold their heads up In sociewith This body deals Bureaus. hunt today a sugKtitli.il that tho llome Sunday afternoon after a brief ty. problems that affect tho stato as n whole subject of world finance, par- - mness of pneumonia Funeral ser- whole. tlfcnlarly as It relates to war debts ivlcc3 were conducted by Rev. Buck- Busily hammering on my typeThen last Is the Amerclan Farm and rehabilitation, would bo one ofner nnd burial nt the Brlck-hous- o one' day while, nt Hartford, a writer the subjects to be discussed at future, cemetery. She Is survived by one pious old brother from tho country Bureau Federation which Is composed of representative from the vameetings. It has been indicated that son jtr Martin Crowder. OUR ONLY REGRET is that we have never asked mo if I believed ''We should rious states and they doil with the tho Administration does not desire to j jnss Alenne Leach, a rtudent of know each other there." Voicing tho r.atlcnal problems. Your nnnunl been able to satisfy the growing demand of our cushave tho question introduced Into the tho Western Normal, spent the camo Into my mind, membership ten automatically makes negotiations, but might fa- -' (layg wlth her parents, Mr. and Mm. first answer that tomers for Billiken Shoes. Through many years of I told him I believed 1 should, recogyou 3 member various of theso vor a thorough discussion of It lat-j- j, a. Leach. pronize "Uncle" JoeaThnmnsson, experiment and combined effort, Billiken Shoes have Mr. Iva Harrl3 of tho Loul3Vllle vided he had not shaved. Fluke, who branches. The Farm Bureau movement hns been brought to such a state of perfection that we are So fnr no foreign nation has sug- Dentnl College, spent the holidays was busy with a floater fom Mos nothing in Its make-u- p that tends gested that the finance question be with friends here. able to give them our unqualified guarantee. These Interrupted ' to bo socialistic, bolshevistic or an quito Branch precinct. r , ,, . ... brought before the conference now in .Mro. J. visited her wiin 1113 usual irreverence: uncie nrchial. It only stands for tho things Shoes are of solid leather, flexible soles and double approached son, Mr. Brwin Cnsebler, who is a session or has formally . Joe's beard will all be swinged off that are American Government with re- student ?r Georgetown College, last riht. It's alms wro best welt. For boys and girls the prices range from $2.75 the before you get there." expressed in the opening address of gard to a discussion tif that charac- week. to $6.50. tho national president Mr. J R. Miss Lttcllo Hays of Rochester, wa-th- o ter at some futur&cofffcrence. There "Because I am good xI am lone- Howard at meeting annual If you are not familiar with our line of shoes, sentiment has been considerable guest of Miss Elolse Austin, last some," plaintively said a young lady of the National Federation. In Atlanamong American officials for the pro- -' week. come in and let us show you. posal of a conforencie discussion of Messrs. Thompson Williams and on the stage a few nights ago, anil ta when he. said "that the Golden big audience laughed. But' men Itulo is tho only fundamental econtho subject in the future, and the In- - George Ray left the first of the week tho and women who make this world a omic law that will help the farmer" dications today were that theMi'sug- - for nerrin. 111. place fit to live In, hoard In that sen- in his present difficulties. , grstlons had been received favorably Mrs. Leslie Leach of Central City, t reaching j , Tho Farm Bureau 4s different from by President Harding and Mrs. Lizzie Taylor of Hopkins- - tence a' social truth of far most organizations of a similar Final decision It was said, might Ville, wero the guests of relatives Importance. character In that It docs not go Into Teht in some degree upon the result iltro iast week. Last week I urged thnt Republi- the retail trade and goes Into the of the present meeting. Should tho Mr. and Mrs. Morton Williams and armament and Far Eastern negotla- - 80n spent the week-en- d with relatives cans who for real or fancied rensons wholesale trade only In feeds, seeds, scratched at the. late election bo ab- fertilizers, and livestock with possit'.ons be successful, It is considered n Greenville. solved, but there were some other bly, farm machinery added, though 3 entirely possible that the next big In- Mr. Paxton Casebler was in scratchefs, that Is It there were such not at present. In this way the Farm conference would relate lngton last week. who should be .for- Bureau does not intend to go, against other to financial questions. Miss Carrie Park of Western given neither In this world nor. tho the home merchants but seeks to be spent the holidays with her world to come. I refer to those can- able to make the great goal of evACCUSED OF SCIIKMS TO Mr. J. A. C. Park. cost of ,. MULCT MAIL OltDEU HOUSE Messrs. Tolbert Arbuckle and Hay- - didates who ran through the priniao ery sound business man plus n very reasonable In and then kicked because, tnoy were production ward Stevens spent the week-en- d Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 29. Estll C. Centrnl City, the guests of Mr. Ar- - not nominated that Is If there were profit. W. P. RHOADS, Henry bucklo'sjiafpnts, air. nnd airs. John any. Any man who cast ins net in Ewing, 'Planter's, Station, pond and, because he Instructor In Agricultnre, Hartto the prima to- - Arbuckle. County, wns lodged In Jail here ford High School. made a waterhaul, sulked in the tent night on a Federal warrant charging ought to have his conduct catalogued him with using tho mails for intent MT. PLEASANT. MARRIED BY .1UDGE COOK now whllo the facts are obtainable, to defraud. Mr. Roy Beckham Bean and Miss and be forever barred from party preHave Reagan, Deputy United States Mr. Deden Her of this place will estab- Colleen Smith, both of Fordsvlllo, Marshal, who made tho arrest, says leava for Goose Creek Texas, Satur- ferment. Thero ough,t to be lished, once for all, a precedent R. 1, came to Hartford Wednesday Ewlng sent n $6.50 chock to Sears, day. against this contemptnblo means of afternoon," procured a marriage It- Roebuck & Co., but did not send an Messrs. Arvln and Harlan Leisure party wrecking, and there Js no bet- cense ijnd were married nt the courtorder. "When the canceled chock was and their families, of Beaver Dam, house In thejCounty Judge's office. returned, Ewlng raised It to $650, spent thanksElvltiK with their grand- - ter tlme'thun right now to do,, It. 1 Tudgo Cook performing tho ceremo wrote, in theT nnmo ,of another bank, njoUlert Mrs. Elizabeth Stewart, of v Lower cost of living is no longer a ny, then sent it toMhe'raail order house tj,8 naco. . I bought a cob prospect; It is hofe. demanding reimbursement, tho dep-- j Mr. GeorKO TayIor of Browne, l3 pipe at a drug store at Second and uty marshal said. Mujh Timber Decay. spending a few days with relatives in Bioadway the oth6r day for a nlckle. wing win 00 given a preliminary our neighborhood It Is estimated that eight trillion It was a real varnished col), and I was feet of untreated structural timbers hearing tomorrow morning. Mrs. As.i Willoughby and children a real vammbthmbthmbthmbhmbm every year, says the Aiuerlenn , spent last week-en- d of with so surprised that I asked the clork if decay Forestry Association of Washington. HERBERT Mis. Seth Davis, of this place. he had not made a mistake In giving If that whole amount were to be frontMiss Rhea Miller, whose Illness mo change, but ho said "A nlckle Is ed we would actually save about four Mrs. George McNew. and children was mentioned last week, is slowly right." With cob pipes off fifty per billion f'ot of lumber every yenr. Thnt of Illinois, are visiting Mrs. McNew's improving. cont the poor.man can begin to live is to wiy. It would rentier unnecessary' .Noble, the small son of Mr. T. again. Joking aside, the cost of liv- the nnnunl deforestation of some four mother, Mrs. Nora Chumbers. neres of land. There Mr. and Mrs. Jo& Clark wero tho Stewart, Is quite sick. ing In Louisville is markedly reduc- hundred thousand , could be no truer or more effective . guwits of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Payne ed, and more particularly so within forest conservation, nnd every home Sunday. KULIMIUU SPRINGS. tho past sixty days. A good "round" builder wlip, by the use of preservaMr. nnd Mrs. John McDanlc and stake thnt sold a year ago for 35 and tives, lengthen the life of his house daughter, Mnudio, Mr, and Mrs. Leon Mr. and Mrs. James Fltzhugh and 40 cents may bo bought now from or bnrn, performs nn effective bcrvlce Taylor of Detroit. Mich,, Mr. and Httlo daughter Joan, loft Tuesday for 18 to 20 cents. Other meats are firhe cuuse of forestry. r, Iown, to spend thanksgiving with ofr nearly half. Bread Is thirty por Mrs. Homer Corley and son, Leprosy In Indians Rare. Mrj. Dae Swope and daughter, their sun, Charles. cont cheaper nnd butter about tho The'meetlng at Dundee Is progress- same. Women's wearing apparei, inwero guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Dr. A. Da Matin writes In Brazil- ing nicely with pastor Wlcox and cluding hats nnd excepting shoes, Is Medico (Rio do Janeiro) that In his 2fi Burdette, Saturday. Rev. Chlhin wns on his way to fill Rev. Hippy of Tennessee, In charge. off, for middle clncs goods, from 100 years of practice In Amazonns provhis regular appointment nt Panther Peoplo of this vicinity are busy to 156 per cent. Most other things ince be hns seen but two of the Iny dians with leprosy. In prehistoric Creek Saturday when ho took sick strjpping and delivering tobacco, In proportion except shoes and men's figure? from Peru theie is 110 Thanksgiving waq a Httlo-tnnd had to return home. rainy clothing, which are off 25 to 40 per of nny deformity suggest-lo- g Mr. and Mrs. O. T, Burdette .were to gather much game. - But Into In cent. Tho present tendency In prices leprosy, iilthough rejiresentntlons tho guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. V. M. "the afternoon when it cleared up a Is decidedly downward. of other deformities are common nnd j bit, Miller Sunday afternoon. tho guns wero milking good re- liiiiie of tho enrly exploiera mention r Tho revival mooting closed at West ports. I have Just returned froui.the Inau leprosy among the nntlves. Suicehsors to Itrown Jl Janingla Point Thursday-- night. Mr. Jim Mngan has bought n tract gural ceremonies for Mayor Qulii, 111 of timber Chaulmoogra Tree In California. Mis. Luclnda Crowe, who Is from Mr. Will Bean, nnd which wpro elaborate and Impresslvo, Dealer in Is now cutting and hauling to his mill Steps imve been taken to grow tbp with. pneumonia, Is no bettor. and I am hoping Hartford will bo no cliuuliiioogrn tree In tho United States There Is an epidemic of severe at this placo. less generous In tho Inaugural of plant Introduction gniden, near Olilco, . colds In this community. Mayor Blakenshp. The tree's oil has proeil of great bene-ti- t Mr. O. T. Hiirdetto found a nsfit LIBERTY ROM) PRICES, to O In treating leprosy In Hawaii. It Is of brown English sparrows In tho WHAT IS THE FARM BUREAU? a native of India., Seeds Imve, also iave of his house last summer, among Liberty i'.Vis , 9C.4C been sent to Forhln mid Murylund. v.'hloh wan 0110 snow whlto ono. It Liberty FirsMs For Home time this question has Orovllle Correspondence, Los Angeles 97.38 scon ut his home. If Liberty Second 4s can now bo 97.24 been asked and Is still being asked Times. there Is any one elso who hns a Liberty Flrbt .'..97.24 iven more frequently than befo're In Woman Rul white English sparrow, pleuoo write. Liberty Second 4ViH Empire, 97.30 this part oJ the state. GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. -The artunl ruler of the Assjrlnn emLlboity Third I Us Literally speaking tho Farm Bu97.74 pire, which ciiinprlxeg the. new nation Liberty Fourth 4 'is H. MIKI) TAPE' .MAY . 97.50 reau Is an organization of the farm-cMain Street. HARTFORD, KY. Mosul, Is Ludy Surma. Shu Is the BAR NOTED LAWYER Victory 3Js ...T by the farmers mid for the of 99,9G leudlug member of tho Netoilan p.itrl I Victory 4 99.98 fanners, but not for them alone, for arch family, Is u brilliant, highly culevery ona knows thnt a prospeious tured woman, und Is governing her Tho above quotations do not (qlumbus, O., Nov. 29. Though u ulwuyd means country, under a British prolectorute, Attorney General of tho Unit, chide accrued fnterest which Is rural population Call on The Haftf&rd Republican for Fine Job Prints more prosperity for everybody. The during the minority of her nephew, the Stutc. and ono, of tho foremost oil from dato of previous coupon o'f iheMcpuntry, Judson liar-'mito date of sale. Idea of tho farm, bureau was con- - Mur Simoon. ing. yypi'k ueuvereu rrompuy. ASSOCIATION NOT RIVAL OF LEAGUE lo-d- nt '' Y" bo-cd- ' flim-flamm- ed RilliketiB J ! ' V holi-prese- nt Frank-Cassbtc- the-thlr- d - Carson Co. Hartford, Kentucky. 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