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The Hartford republican: December 9, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921120901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 9, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. " SV1 Fine-Qualit- The Hartford republican y Job Printing. Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Qhio County. Subscription $1.50 per Ym NUMBER 24 VOL. XXXIV HARTFORD,, OHIO' COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1921. ADVENTURES OP OHIO lng car, belonging to said member successfully from what nppcaro'd to MRS. STEVENS HIVES COUNTIANS-I- N VAN LEAH of School Hoard, and set forth once 7 SHOT DURING ACCOUNT OP VISIT lio n eomplcto Iinposso. The general ag"aln on that night's ride. i How- belief, howevor, s that Chapter I. cwr, tho rldo was very short, an After spending four weeks at Birkenhead, who camo to tho PACKING RIOTS PEACE INSIGHT. On or about Soptomber 2 when (ho they were stopped at tho Secretary's Government's rcscuo when tho ques" Breckenrldgc, Tex., with my eon, L. D. Slovens and family I went to Kaw, first rosy tints of aurora were to bo pome, supper where a delicious Hon of renewal of the treaty had reached a critical stage, Okla., to visit my brother, Elmer seen In tho far Eastern sky there de- awaited them and, also "No. 5" Struggle Of Ages Appears Is this time responsible for the for - Bernard, and found ho and family parted from tho llllo town of Beaver No. G wnB even more unsophisticat- Score Or More Injured At Chicago; Injunctions inula overcoming the ajhjglanco diffi well. Ills daughter, Miss Consouela Dam"four ambitious young ladles, ed and Inexperienced than No. 3 and .Ended; Dominion GovBarnard, is teaching in tho Wnshunga bound for the Mountains of Eastern No. 4. She-- possessed a vary undigculty. Beinr Sought ernment Result. Austen Chamberlain, who Is leader school and from appearances, Is mak- - Kentucky. There it was their inton-tlo- n nified disposition, and In after days to seek fun, happiness, novelty. proved to bo "a Jolly lot of fun " of the government in tho Houso of lng qulto n success, Kaw Is on n boom, having ljullt up1 adventure and romance however, no Sho was- - a last year's student of U. Commons and of the Unionist party, Chicago, Dec. 7. Legal proceed- -' past den ono had tho slightest Idea of their of Ky. Having found tho work too BtinnWne at IllrmlnKham tonlcht. ox- - wonderfully within tho Dublin, Dec. 0. The most with regard to tho rocop- - pressed tho conviction that boforo years, all the.roads are full of trucks, Intentions for they were all fjafely distressing and also possessing a very ings to restrain tho striking packing would bo hauling piping and other necessary tuckqd fawny and hidden under tho roving nature, she, too, desired to houso workers from Interfering with tlon of tho iiowa of tho Irish settle- Xmns peace and good-wi- ll Wo dignified covering of being "school seek her. fortune in tho evorlastlng the operation of packing planta by ment hero has been tho total obsence established between tho "parent races things for tho oil fields near-bpicketing-o- r molesting hills of Kentucky. employes, of any sort of popular demonstration of tho British Commonwealth," and could sit In brother's house and see njanns'. After supper and tho usual "get wore either pending or In effect In expression of satisfac- ho nppoalejT with emotion to North- - tho rigs Jn the surrounding country. dor outward Perhaps before I go further with The wheat and alfalfa fields are my stoTy I should givo the reader a acquainted" discourse, tho Big. Five five cities in tho Middle West tonight. tion. Not n single flag has been. cm Ireland to Join tho new Free, As tho third day of tho strike camo-tgreen and stock looking fine, but hasty description of these four adven- as It must now'be- expressed, were flown iror any other symbol of ro State. a close, qnlet prevailed, at most Jolclng displayed to signalize what Is the prices on stock and coni aro turers. As I do not profer using any again loaded Into the car and hurKpcclnl Train Takes Message. '- -. packing houso centers, but in Chica.generally regarded as tho gu Thcatrlcnl effect was added to tho very low. names in this story I will merely call ried on to the final ondof their After spending n week near Kaw, thorn No. 1, No. 2, No, 3 and No. 4, Journey. Up some sixty steps they go tho first sorlous disorders in conpolitical event affecting Irish history great dramn staged In Downing, scrambled and landed in a lonoly nection with tho striko occurcd toyears. Immediately after tho signing I went to Tulsa, stopping there two respectively.' -- . jin 700 Street dwelling houso, new- night when several persons "Billy" Sunday little '.London, Dec, C. Tho conturlcs-ol- d wero of the treaty, which took place at 'days, and nights. No. 1 was, from tho fcrtllo farm ly' furnished, nnd proriounced "per- shot and sluggod In clashes between, England and Iroland 2:30 o'clock In the morning. When it was proachlng In Tulsa at tho time .iuarrcl .between near Llvermore, Ky. A land, fectly darling" by the charming now striko sympathizers, stockyard work"was ended, as had boon hoped fer became apparent that an agreement' I saw some fine farming country and. person, with a kind and genI'fivM'RJ11 ers arid pollco patrolling the stock vently, In tho smnll hours this morn- - might bo reached the Prime Minister pretty homes and soveral oil fields, ial character, eternally willing that member, No. 6 lug by tho slgnatiiro In. the Prime caused Instructions to bo Issued for a between Kaw and Tuba. The latter herself may suffer rather than her The Community Nurse graced their yards. Soven men are known to havo been, 'Mlhlnicr's .Cabinet room of special train to bo lield In readiness 'is the most beautiful place I saw follow comrades. One who bears ac- little home the first night to protect during the six weeks I was away from quaintance well and Hy. between Great Britain and Ire to tako vf messenger to Belfast, and mother tho tired travelers. Afr shot and a score of men and one is always suro land," consisting of eighteen, articles This was nocessnry as Mr, Lloyd home. Mr. J, D: Render showed us to mako friends wherever oho may tor much arguing and conglomera- woman Injured in the clashes. Tho Itlght Way" Laundry go. tion, bed rooms wero decided upon trouble started when strike sympa.and giving to Ireland tho title of tho Gorge Tuid promised Sir James Craig, through "The and though there was n wild desire thizers accosted tho workmon as Irish Free State and tho same con- the Ulster Premier, thru either now ' which does more than $1,000 worth No. 2 was a resident of the little to stitutional stalua as Canada, Austra- proposals would be In tho laltors of work every day. Tho employees talk talk continually, sleep soon they left the packing plants.' Misvery Jolly, perby today or the negotiations all woro smiling faces and' everyone town of Hnrtford, a supplied and other ovarsons dominions. became 'master and not until "Old sies wero throwiTand pollcomon used hands lia with was bustling. When I compliment- son, yet fairly-- "well i The question of nllcglnnco, which would be finished. Sol" was high up in what No. 4 de- their clubs and guns in an effort to and up to tho last moment threatened to Immediately after the, ngrecment ed them for seeming to bo such a hap- - dignity powerpossessing 'that clared was tho Western sky did tho disperse, tho crowds. Police resorvp of making people like Big Five awake .to behold what? wero called out before the troublo was sur- was signed one of tho Premier's sccre- - py family one of tho women snld "It's wreck the negotiations, want to or not. A very modern llttlo mining cam'p ended.. mounted by permitting tho mombers taris. rushed to the station and tho'becauso we have such a good boss, her, whether they the rich blowing of AH Will Recover. train" sped towards Holyhead on a don't you know he paid our car fare Endowed with of about three thousand inhabitants, of tho Irish Parliament to swear hear "Billy" Sunday preach last dark brown eyes andhalr darker fctill stretching Itself over a territory of Three of thoso shot were roported. to. tho Constitution of tho non-sto- p run. At Holyhead n de-'t- o especially curml and some five linear miles, the width can to be union workmen, Irish Free State and "bo faithful to stroyer was waiting and It conveyed night, and let us off early so wo and a smile twd woro primed for each new occasion coutd got front seats?" scarcely bo considered, bordered on striko sympathizers, Ills Majesty tho,Klng." tho secrotary to Belfast. another was may eaai'.j a No. 3 and No. 4. Mrs A. K. Miller took mo to hoar the- north, east, south and west by employed In a packing plant and the Tho treaty yet has to run the The signing occurred in tho hlsto- together. Both being veiy Ulster Government rlc room, the Prime Minister and Sunday preach in, the nftomoon, then .gauntlet of-t- ho what the Big Flvo termed mountains, seventh was said to be a strike symchangeable. and and unsophisticated jind of tho Imperial Parliament. Tho Arthur Griffith being the first to sign j Mr. Clarron Bender, (but what in reality are only ver pathizer and a member of another Imperial Parliament has been sum for cither side, after which all tho Mrs. E. P. Ncal mefusat the taber-memb- Having developed, due to close and large hills.) union. All will recover, It' wast a similar moned to meet December 14, and will shook hands nil around with naclo and took us to seo somo of the constant companionship, In the very heart of tho tamp taste for all things, always desiring if an absolute oblong can have a thought by doctors tonight. Four bgiopencd In state by tho king, who tho greatest cordinlity, .At 3 o'clock city. We 'saw many magnificent policemen were among those injured. creating has taken tho closest personal inter- in tho morning tho Premier sent a churches and more fine sch6ol bulld- - the new and unheard of, heart stands the general store, carsomething different and all in all rying nn assortment of everything The woman was hurt when struck by est In the Irish negotiations since he sneclal me'ssago to tho King at Sand- - ings- than I over saw before. They ' .t a brick. practically instigated thorn when ho rlngham and also a coy of the agree- - also took us to Bee tho" business amounting to very little. However, needed in a mining camp, from a Officials of tho Amalgamated' Meat there is rdouble mesh "hair net to seven-inc- h opened tho Ulster Parliament. men's club houso and grounds, Lake as to personal apearanccs ment. quite,a'contrastj In describing them stove pipes. Across the street from Cutters and Butcher Workmen ot Owen Park and some of the flne-'ro- JkPprouI IfrRiinlctl As Certain Cheer, Iteptacc! Gloom. North America, which called tho In thm way I will not take space to tho city, . ,Ia n.i, nf.nl. nrji n. Dnt'tiltffr sldontlal districts of monument. and go Into detail but. merely state tho this w$ find the meat shop, Post Of- strike after a wage decrease averagApproval of the Imperial ParliaIrving s We fice (regularly visited) and tho ing 10 per cent had been put in efment la a foregone conclusion, as the Street was most cheerful eompareS hashing ton often used between the "Billy'; Sunday again. building, containing tho offices 'overwhelming) with (ho gloom of the precox Government has an two, but never no! neverl! mention of ail men connected with tho Van fect toplght agreed with spokesmen, saw more "Old Ken- ?, for the "big five" packers' that there majority ln tho House bf Commons Everyone was smiling and shoals of ed to another living soul "Squab" and rLear Consolidated Coal Company, was little change in tho situation. A.w.m. .vrr - .,nr.tucky" friends, Mr. and Mrs. Gor- - "Slim." policy, and tho ac- VUUDtUtUIHlVI favoring Its Irlsh. ...i..w v,'vo man and little son. . Thursday mornAbout fifty yarda from tho office Union officials asserted that workers tion "of the British representatives in lng In. After an eternity of waiting the building rises the lofty structure otl!n ftll,ed erafta , the nackine Dlanta ing Mrs. Neal and Mrs. Miller took agreement already has reaching tho The Irish delegates are returning "Sand Spring" road td train thundered into Beaver -- Dam, the Recreation Hall. This contains jhild wa,u d whq tnJ pacJ;6ra been Indorsed unanimously by tho home fully satisfied with the result me out the tho park, the hospital an,d or- farewells wore quickly spoken and the office ot the Community Nurse. Bad Cabinet.- -. of the negotiations. They expept somo see that new workmen were belag and also the Gordon soon the fair adventurers were on the parlor, pool rbom on employed that strlkcrs woro MltIlI The position of Ulster la less cer- opposition In the Dail EIreann, but phan's homo their way to tho howling wilderncs;. me ur8l uour anu Iteflnery of West Tulsa- -u uwr be reInEtated and that p,ants here comes from Belfast with tho Influence of Mr. Griffith, tain. Evidence they composes the theatre. I can only, give you a faint view of To their sad disappointment tonight that tho treaty will bo sub-- f and Michael Collins, as well as tho W(J operatlnB from 85 to, 100 per were unable to procure seats together , , Tho pride of Yon Lear is tho won-- 1 most searching examina- other delegates, they have little Ap- all I Saw in Tulsa, but I catf well Jectcd to tho what my brother told me when and all through tho Journey to Louta-ertClub House situated on a and prehension aslo tho outcome. In the" tion before receiving assent, It waB adnjltted br the packer seen Southern, hUe0 b' tW0 hn- -' that their plants in other c ties wera NorCriflf doubtless mauy modifications will be flr8t pinco thelr "Saor statf (Irish he suld "You have Oklahoma; Centjral and Northern but I ,S Wden 8t6P8' Ifor Free State, there being no word proposed. barder'hlt and a number ot indo- you have not seen Oklahoma until " fcS??.5 !y . wit tomrnco and .till , pondent plants heVe were elther Tho King hast.encd'to send a tele- - In Qaoj0 tor Itepubllc) Is acknowl- 11 !i" " r00m Ior gram to the Prime minister congra- - edKia by tho government, which will you hao seen Tul'a. But whtn I a evolPraienl standstill or handicapped Kentucky looked over this expanse V territory ,r" - ,il0las and wlerd are the atores told tuallyat-Mnny him on tho success of tho B0 a iong way wi(n the rank and file reached . homo "OH tulatlng b th waikout ... me." Wlfti gtc.d wuhr for v.... v ,,v...0-.-- , ...u. concerning us originaiiun-unnegotiations and --declaring: "I am'am0ng tho Sinn Felnors, Injunctions Aro Asked. "k car, overlaid with green (thi once Some thirty yards from the '11 ovorjoyed to hear tho splendid-new- s. place, Mr". Lloyd l"u """'.'' In the next seats were). , .. The Independent plants and sSwIft , .., MICS. 'AK1K U. .... ! ..,111 T.nn,1nn nilf- -- ,..,. l. building stands a'tree'troiii under ml. . , wwimu -.. -v ijL'urgu, iur. iuuiiitf uuu iur. uiiiiiiui nits xvuib No incident of particular Interest whose captivating shadow (it is & Co. today requested an Injunction Prentiss, Ky. posoly tomorrow io presiue over mo aro.giVen the greatest credit for the no coup,e over- emorged with-lan- (restraining the butcher workiien's. approve the procia- - auccess 0f tho conference, though the "Note The above communication occured between Louisville and Ash-!saTrlvy Council to save No. 1 treated the bunch to out weido-- hoarts. Of course, there unlon and its offipois and official was received, last week but we failed. matlonjsuramonlng Parliament, as the Premir hud the loyal support of Mr. a bulky package of real, suro mm, ,s not a word o( ,. true for the.Blg .from interfering with the operation ou account of space, to publish It. constitution requires a six days! Cliamlmrlulif and Lord Birkonbead. s home-mad- e candy, . plants thru picketing. Five and even No e.vho wa3 added of twenty-tw- o by Royal proclamation. chief Sinn Fein, negotiaThe two At last after hours of rattlliig and later, feasted on roasted 'wlnnios' one LADIES AID HAS At South St. Paul five hundred-nationa- l ' ' All Sign Trrnty tors came here with tho reputation of UNIQUE MEETING rolling of wheels tlje train 'steamed night. under that same tree and but guardsmen patrolled 'th'j packThe treaty was signed by all tho being opposed bitterly to any agreeinto Ashland. Her the Big Four thaUbelongii to qnother chnptor. ing plants todn.v after tho i'lcns redel- - ment with England, but they turned picketing. j., members of tho British and Irish The Ladles' Aid Society of tho M. bought fresh tickets and boarded the In any one part of Van Lqar It Is fused to " be more modenite than thejr. cgatlou participating "lu tho negptla-jout.t- o E. Church mot with Mrs. Itowan Hol- - Big Sand Creeper for Van Lear i impossible to see more than a very At Fort Worth an lnjunc'.'oii resigning colleagues, Ilobert Barton, who Is nn tlons. the Irish delegates T. W. Sharer and Miss their destination. Then things .be small portion ot tho camp, duo to straining picketing of the packiugr Englishman, and George Gavan Duff brook Mrs. their Gaelic namos. "Mary Row?, at t,ho home of the form gan to happen. In place of the vast the endless, curving and twlstlpg of plants was granted today, while at Ireland Is trented as a slnglo en- iy, wlio nus practiced at tne EngliHii er Mondny afternoon In n meeting of stretches of blub grass, roso hill, af valleys which form exquisite sites for Omaha an opinion was rendered by ' tity In tho provisions of tho treaty, bar. unusual Interest. Mrs. Rowan and ter hill, and finally the Big Four ( re8ldonce sections. In wandering the olty attorney that the.anti-plck.i- u clauses' providing against with special McIIenry Holbrook and Miss Winnie pruimuiiceu mem fountains in - ,over thIg terrltory ono wouid De 8Hr. iug law passed by the lust Nebraska. MJrriibnisT riiuitcii re-the. possibility that Ulster should Slimnennan being dressed in Japa- stead of mngniflcont dwelling places j prged t0 pee ln aimost every vaiIoy .Legislature was as yst Inoperative, fuse acquiescence In tho settlement, nese fashion, served teMn true orien- along tho way stood little mountain ,a conUnUal row ot houses and in the At Kansas City strike sympathizers rttiv. T. T. Fruzler, Pastors In which caso tho Government of Iralways to grow L,aln valIoy trverslng the entrio wero restrained from picketing plants tal stylo, giving tho meeting a touch cabins,, seeming eland Act ot 1920 will ropinln In, Preaching ovory First and Third of llto as displayed In tho Far East. smaller and smaller as the Jillls grew . ,ength orVall Leaf ows a iQVtIy m. by the threat that troops 'would bo p. m. force so far as the northern parlia- Sundays, at 11 a. m. and X McIIenry Holbrook, who to- larKer. rue Jiearia oi mo navon-'jjmountain stream which affords called out If the practice continued. Sunday School every Sunday at Mrs. Is concerned, but with tho stipument gether with her husband, had Hirers would almost stand 'still as fun und frolic to the children in both Oninliu Has Street Riot. 3 J 5 a. in. lation that a special commission returned from the Orient tho train would swing around n summer nnd winter. Tho main. fork Omaha, Neb, uoc. 7. 3treot fightPrayer ineeting evory Wednesday shali determine now boundaries for whore they had spent sevpral years. curve and disclose a still more appall- of the Big Sandy also borders tho ing; followed by a dozen evening at T o'colck. arrests. InNorthern Ireland. gave an Interesting anil instructive ing secrctot the mountnlns'or plunge west " side ot the camp. In all It Is cluding Two women, marked tho closto nil services Evry ono lnvitod also aro made for the co1ltch-blac- k Provision on mannors, customs and gen- into a which a very plcturesquo little mountain ing hours of the afternoon hero In .tunnel Tho report fur last Sunday is us fol talk operation of tho two parliaments jn eral llfo of tho Ntpponeso. A number-o- t seemed alwayu to be a little longer town, and well liked by all tho the packing houso dlstrlot, where a providing certain safeguards in the lows: Officers and teachers nresont Japaneso articles of much interest than the ono" previous. And on top bunch, present 01; totnl colstriko of butcher vprkmen and meat event of Ulster remaining out of tho wore exhibited by Mrs. Holbrook. of all, .the Jolly old conductor re ' WILLIAMS, cutters Is in force. $G.S9; largqst collection, W. new Free State, Nolthcr parliament, lection, An Interesting Christmas story was peated tale after talo of wild 'and ' Following it conferenco-o- f city and howover, will bo permitted under the IL Barnes class; now scholar.Mlss toll by Mrs. Mclnteer. It was a wooly nature, concerning the future KNIG11T8 OK PYTHIAS overy police officials late today, Miss Amelia treaty to make laws endowing any Litcilo Wcsterfleld.ln "Roll Call" meeting and the whole home of the Big Four, and It was HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION North Side policeman, detecMvo ,aud impose any Barnctt's class, particular religion or to program had to do with ChrlstinasT with yo,ry uncertain Ireud tho 'bunch' traffic officer was sent toSouth Omareligious disability. large stopped from tho Southern Bound, and was much enjoyed- - by-tOWKNSIIOKO WEED At the regular convention ot Rough ha. Thiity riot guns, 'Willi bayoto the charcoal platform of Van Lear River Lodge No. Dcfrnsa Vorce Is Hecognl?cil. SALES' ABE STHONG number present. 110K. of P.. held nets, aud iqaded with buckBbot, also Junction. The treaty leaves to Ireland In tho at the castle bull Tuesday evening ot wero sent,to the. south side. Scarcely had" they heard the crack this week, the following IIAKTPOKD BOY HAS The fighting, which was betwoen luturo undertaking Its own coastal officors Owensboro, Ky., Pec. 7. The TJtAOIKUIA OPERATION of the platform beneath their feet wero elected for the ensuing term: and provides that Ireland In defense and workmen, striko sympathizers tobacco market continues to Roecpe, the eleven years .old son when they espied their Suporinten. Otto C, Martin, C.C.; W. II, Gilles- was confined to fists and bricks, ami time ot war shall give the British grow In strength notwithstanding the ."forces necessary harbor and other rush ot tobacco. There was a sale of Mr, and Mrs. J. T, Moorniaa re- dent and a member of the School pie, V, C.. W. P. RhoadB, K. of R. & nothing of a serious nature had been was Board awaiting them. Introductions S.; A- - I. Nail, M. of W.; J. R. PIrtle, reported- tonight. , facllltloa. It further, by providing today of 613,215 pounds. ot dark to- siding adjaeent to Hartford', " '. against international limitation ot bacco for which the growers received conveyed to the) Trachcw Hospital were made to the .member 'of the M. ot F.;..W. S. Tlnsley, M. ot E.; J. recognlm the Irish Free' $lQ7,313.f7 Greeuvllle a few days ago and un- School Board by the Superintendent, P Casebler, M, ot A.; John B. Wll-su- - Largest Furniture storo in' tbe iu rfrmaments, u average ot U7-50- . State's right to maintain Us own mili- ThlB was one of. the best averages of derwent an. operation for trachoma. who hailed from the same country P.; A, R. Carson',- I. G.;. Noah County. Mako your Xmas selections tary defease force. the season, und U at least 1Q per The operation was Buecewtul so the of the Big Four, and who Is probably Uowa, Ov G.; A. M. Burnett Trustee, earlyv Wo will hold and deliver , .S4t2 . Premier DavUT Lloyd .Qeorge is.tne hundred lniiml tlmn ttwt report state, and young Moorman is well known to moit of (ho residents Dr, J. R,. PIrtle was Indorsed and Xmos ove. an early of Ohio CouHty,. expeeted to return.-hoiue- t Teclplmttf universal congratulations prJCeg a, tng (Ute UlUyMft J. D WILLIAMS .&rSONS. recemtuettded as Deputy Grand, Chan Here the.were la&ded'lnto a walt - 'cellor. date. - f ' . ,BxepjEJrtfKy- . for having rescued ,the negotiations ( SilTIHSH - Anglo-Japanef- lo ! ( I y, k six,-roo- m good-natur- ed "n-trca- ,- g ed - his-mot- era .fi-lm- of-fl- daysnt, "; nic-nam- es 0t Ice-crea- m tuo-acuu- be-llc- uI ZlTJLL 1 onZVn FL eSe AllilVlZ6'' "' d roM , " .".. l.t u exisi-pullm- ij!,i0. d) d. -- no-"tl- discr-n'iiiu- e Q ho ro - n, - lile-tio- r " lJu ' "N h i. PROPOSED GENERAL RATE CUT PROPOSER of tho conn-Itlassociations of tho .western district, In lordor that thoy may examine, dlag j noaa and prosfcrlbo treatment for the ovldonco of ense of poroonB-ahowInnervous or mcntni dornngement", and oxorclso n moro thorough supervision of patients who hnro boon dlemtosod as cured from tho hospital. c.il ! . U s WHAT'S In INSIDE YOl'R HEAD? Or the End You Will Succeed Fall Because of Its Contents. Voluntary Rail Offer On Farm Products O. K'd By I. C. C. 3. Voluntary WaahlnBton, Dec. i f r.is;i!iity; In the caso of tho railroad proposals for Inauguration of a 10 per cont decrease In freight r individual, tho insanity or toss of rates on practically all farm, rango moutal or nervous poise Is discovered tn inclpiency, nnd thorofore, Just and orchard products In the Unltod States, outside of New England, wero as In abnormal physical conditions, accepted today hy the Interstate Com- stands a much better Chance of being merce Commission. Orders wore Is- cured, It It is at nil curablo, without sued allowing the railroads to dlsre-gnr- d the necessity of residence in tho hos- all usual restriction In malting pltal while in the case of patients who up the new rato schedules, ns well as LhavObeen dismissed, such supervl-ountil thoy have given satlsfac-- i such violations of clauso of the Intcrstato com- tory proof that their nervous resist-- I merce net ns might bo brought about anco Is sufficient for contact' with Tho or- j tho outer world, will decreaso tho by percentage reductions, ders also permit tho rates to bo put lumber returned to the hospital for lato effect on ono dny's notice "on as a second or third period of treatment. From tho viewpoint of the State, early a dato and In as Inexpensive a Mr. Dyers pointed Out, leaving out manner as possible," for a of account the benefit of maintaining experimental period. At tho same time tho coif mission its institutions according to the most , left standing Its order of October 1!0, adianccd standards set by research and experirequiring an approximate ifix. per ont rato decrease on grain, grain ment, the advantage is ono that can products and hay thruout tho oittlr-- bo measured by dollars nnd cents; district, which tha with tho greatly overcrowded condirailroads were later Instructed to put tions at most of the' Institutions as 27. Tho the basis for an estimate 'even a into effect by December railroad executives In applying tc tho casual' observer would calculate tno commission Inst week, suggested that saving In thousands of dollars. As the general 10 per cent decrease on an aid to scientific research, such a agricultural products, which they department makes possible the colcontemplated should apply to the lection of more accurate histories of Western grains and hay as well f& to patients, and more thorough investithe other commodities, and become a gations of .the causes of Insanity, and per cenU No wftl be of inestimable value lp spreadsubstitute for tho 16 of this point in the railroad ing throughout tho country districts mention procedure was made by the commis- a knowledge of the laws of mental sion today, except that grain" grain hysteric. products and hay in Western terrid coughs that resist ortory were omitted from the- - pennls-sor- y orders nccepting tho general dinary remedies require both external and Internal treatment. If you decrease ' Reductions in New England terri- buy a dollar bottle of ttallnrd's Iloro. tory, where ,the financial status of hound Syrup ypu get the two remecarriers Is held not to Justify n full dies you need for tho price ot 0112 13 a Horr'ick's Red Pepper Por4.0 per cent decrease, were also con- Thcro templated in the voluntary applica- ous Plaster for the chest, free with Sold by Ohio County tion" last week, and in the commi- each bottle. ni ssion's ordtrs today, the roads con- Drug Co. o to cerned wore given permission In a large park in one of the Eastmake such decreases as they found ern cities there are seats about tho possible, effective after a five-da- y bandstand with this notice posted on - notice period. the commission swept away thein: "fhe seats In the vicinity of While nil administrate barriers to the 10 the bandstand are for the use of laper, cent decrease, It was polntod out dles. Gentlemen should make use "that further steps would have to bo of them only after the .former are . L, taken by the rRllcoad managements seated." actually It before the lower rate basis comes Into effect. The commission's failure to consider the 10 per cent ' djcreaseon grains and hay .as a substitute for the greater reduction It ! prelously had ordered, "It was said, mlht bring about proceedings and conferences. f. By JONATHAN BRACE At the' same time the commission's 'investigation into the reasonableness XXXVIL NEBRASKA of the general level of transportation THE Indian rates' in the United States will begin for are next week, and if tho railroads the Platte disponed to withdraw their voluntary river was Nebraska, meanoffer, the tariffs on. the agricultural ing "shallow products may be" left to adjudication water," and in that proceedings. n, thotong-and-short-haul th scientific-InvestigationtJuns-Misstsslp- pi Deep-seate- stated that th.o at this work la throofold accord Ing to whether tho view point Is that of tho Individual, the State- or th ' advancement of the sclontfllo treat Mr. Dycro advan-la- g - In the end yon Mill nepred or fall because of wlint I. lnlih of your" bond. nor nnv other deUut nc'thpr Jhe vice over .Invented or . ver likely to bo Invqnled, will cnnlitp a prospective employer to look Into your lirnln. Even Ihe questionnaires nnd psychological tests show but little. And many n boy who stands nt the head of his clnss fn school or college never mnkes good In. after life. You carry qomewhorc behind your forehead Ihe ability Hint will enable you to win. Hut that ability ban got tn bo tried out. got to persunde KoiiielxHly that you are worth employing before you can use even the best of nblllty. Till Is the nge of advertising. You must have some kind of an "nd" to sell yourself with, nqd the best one avail;-nlflIs n good appearonre. If you look prosperous, If you arc well dressed nnd alert and cheerful you are well adverllsed. In any line of applicants, you aro likely to Tie picked out ns one of the most promising. Your clothes nnd your general appearance nttrnct attention. Appearance Is not nil, of course. Jinny men look Ilkp a million dollar who arc not worth 10 cents. Hut they gc--t found out very speedily. If you are ivully uble nnd competent, ail you need, nil you ought to have. Is n clinnre. You will npver get tlmt chnnre If you wear seedy clothes nnd neglect your tooth nn'l need a shnve. Your only "ml" Is the Impression employers nnd others get of you nt the start. Make that a good one. Don't i be nfrnld to spend money on It. All good advertising Is expensive, yet It Is the best Investment thnt h business mnn can possibly make. y efliEHHIiHHiH-IHHH.V- IS if ISL ML 'J ' I JX C f 4?r.kiSll M f Pi fPl MHHHHBHHIHBHHHilHBSHHHHHBSHHBBlHBiUMiHHEBHSB How Many Objects In This.Picture. Begin With the Letter 'C'? The above picture contains a number of MbIe objects bcglnnlm; with the letter "C." .Fust lake n good look nt It there nru all miiLs of "C" words. Nothing Is. hidden; ou don't bate tn turn the picobjects In Hie picture, the iinines of which begin with ture- upside down. .Mnl.o n list of nil the1 Fifteen splendid ensh prizes famll.v Join in -- co who can Unit the mo-- t. ll" l"tter "C" lfme the wliole bcj-- t will be nwnrdc1 for the llftcen submitted. The misuer liming tlic largest nnd nearet correct 11. list of objects shown In the picture staitlnsr with the letter "C" will be awarded UiH prl.ej mcuiiiI be!, M"comI .irlze, etc. . I Tll Louisville HKRAL1) announces a most IntcrcsMtur nnd ntiuirlng put. Fvnrvlinrli UVCI yUUUy uUItl In zi0 Runic n pusle tbat'H "different" ami u game In which ccryoim from III grandpa nnd grandma to tho little folkn can take part. It's t willy not a. ptiszlc nt all. becttuso all of tho objects hnve been ninde perfect!) plain with no attempt to 1I.ii;uIfo tbom; It's JU4t a plain of your skill. Your ability to find "C" words determines the priro )ou win. Oct tho follts In your family busy. s GKo each of them pencil and paper nnd sec the most. We know you'll enjoy It, becnuso " everyone loyes a puzzle. . FIND SECRET OF FINE T0NE' Ohio Man Discovers That Yolks Eggs aid Beeswax Were Ustd fn Filler of Violins. of Inin musical Instrument maker of Nnrwalk, O., helloes he M mailing rapid advances In his efforts to discover the secret of the fine mellow tone of the Cremona violins. Musicians for years; have wondered why. many old "Italian violins apparently made lie n slipshod manner -- bould produce such clear sounds, snys Cleveland Plain Heale'r. Holcomb believes that the lost secret bad to do mainly with 'the tiller and varnMi. ' Not long ago he was Informed thar.n careful chemical analysis had been made of some of the rlnKh on an old violin owned In Hat-ti- e N. C. Holcomb. Creek. Mich trt who-find- Open To All Cosls Nothing To Try Th HKItALD Invites YOU. and )our family, to Join in tills fascinating puzzle game, It doesn't make u speck of difference whether you aro 6 or 60 years old. Here's your chance to have some dandy fun! Walt until you havo tried our puzzlo and you will say "GItnAT! The most fun I've had In n long-- , Ions time." Write down tho "C" words you hayo in mind RIGHT NOW! Then study tho picture for MO UK nnd when your list la made up send it to The Louisville HERALD and try for the THE PRIZES Mlnnlin Answer Villi ItrrriTV Trlzes As Follow- - t l'rlze If No Prize If One Prlf e If Tvvo Snbwrliittons bntnerlptlon Sulrrlpt Ions Am Sent. I.Vrnt, 4 ArrHrnt. 1st Prize 330.00 JSJ.00 tl.COO.OO 2d Prize ZSO.OO 30.00 '.lO.OO 11000 vriio r.ioa .tr wio.oo tO.(K) 4th Prize 100.00 300.00 Kill Prize 13.00 60.nO 1M.00 Dili Prize 7J10 40OO 100.03 COO HO 00 lll Prize ....... 30 00 81 It Prize ., "IfM! r" Z0.no 3.00 utli Prize 1.100 40 00 10th Prize S.00 1000 30.00 T.00 tit Prize 10 00 30.04 2.00. iu.00 30.0C mil Prize 3ili Prize 10.00 3U.VO 2.00 .1M Nth Prize .. ., iu.o . .. Z.OO I3tl Prlzo 10 00 30.00 11 big cash prizes. i The Story of Uur states ing by this Information. Holcomb rubbed these snbstnnces Into the of a new violin before applying the varnish. The results were the Instrument producing a tone thnt Is usually associated with age. that before the vnrnljih was applied the wood was filled evidently with the yolk of.apxegs and beeswax. Profit- This examination' disclosed the fnct Observe These Rules Flnrt Any man, woman, boy or tfrl who la not In tho employ of Tho I.oulatlllo Herald, or n mfmtipr of 'nn cnip!oe' family, mny ulinll an answer. It cost nulling to try Scrnnd All nn-must ho mntlul l,y December 17, 1921. to llyles W. Ntlloon, l'lcture I'unU SIimk-iT-, cr ..j raw-woo- d l.onHvllle Iternlit. ; Splendid Cough Medicine "As I feel that evcry,frmlly should medicine know what a splendid 'Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I am only too pleased to relate my perlence and only wish that I had known of its merits , years ago," writes Mrs. Clay Pry, Ferguson Statin, Mo. "I give it to my children when they show tho slightest symptoms of being croupy, and when I have a cough or cold, on tho lungs a very few doses will relieve me, and "by taklnu It for a few d?ys I soon m gut rid of tho cold." t PLAN NEW WEIWUTMHNT KOIt STATE HOSPITAL The Hoard of Charities and Correction has authorized tho establishment ot an department in State connection with tho Western Hospital of HopkinsvIUo which marks another advanced measure undertaken under tho reglmo of the preS-iHoard for tho care ot tho lusano and the prevention ot Insanity. Work of tin. Board has undergono growth nn extensive in recent months and many plans tor future, betterment havo been laid. In to assure tho success ot the work planned, an Increased appropriation Is to bo sought before tho noxt legislature, a movement which has the Strong support of numerous Influential organizations In an address botoro the Woman's Club of Paducnh, Joseph P. Dyers. "'Commissioner of Institutions for Kentucky, btnted that an. Increase In the sta.ff at thp western Stute Hospital 'Will permit Dr Wnllure Hurniini, tho Superintendent, and Dr. Edwurd his csslslrnt. both of whom are trained phychlutiJBts, to hold nnd clinics In conjunctions ilth individual physlclnns and nrudl- out-patie- nt or-d- or 1)?,-'vl- s,' came tlieMine oflhe state. A nickname for tho fctate is tlic niuckwuter Stnte. Of the early Spanish explorations little Is known, except that Coromulo probably reached the gieut plain of tills region in 1!41. More than one hundred and twenly-flv- e years later Father Muniuette noted tho PJutte river on his trip up the Missouri. In the beginning of the Nineteenth ccutury the Lewis und Clark skirted the boundaries of the present stute and In 80T, Manuel Lisa established the llrht known settlement which was u fur trading post at Hcllcvue. This was Just nfter the Louls!ana Purchase had brought" Ncbrubka Into United States territory. Omnlm was established ns a post of the Anicrlcun Fur company la 1825 and Nebraska City tho following year. With the California gold rusli In 1S10 many plOhecrs passed through Nebraska and some stopped- and settled there although 41iere was n law forbidding settlements among the Indians. The real colonization boom, however, started with the a passing of the net In 1851, which arranged thnt these two sections should become frco or slave states at the" dictate of their Inhabitants. The Nebraska territory was then organized und reached from tho paralf6rtleth to tho forty-nintlel. In 1801, the region north of IM was mado Into Dakota territory. .The Idaho territory was also created, which reduced Nebraska to its present size of 77,520 square jniles, except fur a slight addition in the Northwest which was ade In Kaiisas-Nebrilsk- from this Lavender, Sweet Lavender. The cry of "Sweet Lavender" Is once more heard In the London streets, as It lias been since the Huguenots first grew the sweet nnd cleanly plant on Lavender hill, near w'nere the Claphnm Junction railway station now stands. It carries a very fragrance across the centuries, recalling the days when London was a little town, and "even Cliarlni; Crow wns a somewhat distant village. A. the bricks und mortar spread, the luvender retreated up the valley of the little Itler Wuiidle. Mitcbuin iHvender became famous, nnd the lMtor to Mitchniu fair wandered tiirou;b the fields to see the lavender reaped with a sickle and tied up Into little bunches. NW Mltcham Is threatened and the. hist grower Is retiring Hut London must from business. have Ho beautiful, blue, scented flower. Cluistlan Science Monitor. Temptation to Sheriffs. take along bloodhounds In '."Did the old diijH. when yon toured the country with nu 'Kncle Tom's Cabin' show?" "No," said the veteran actor. "We carried Oreat Panps or mastiffs, ns they. were large and tierce looking Resides, It wouldn't hnve animals. been good policy to have real bloodhounds that might lmva been useful to a sheriff If he attached them." ,u Third Answera muM to written on- one Ride of tho paper only and cuch "( word nuinbt-ivI : 3. 1. ete . nn listed. Write. youi full namo nnd address tn tae upper conur of cacli sheet. If you desire tu nrtto an) thing elsa, uso a separate sheet. fourth Only uords found In tho L"niiHK dictionary will ho coune,lw lo not use hyphenated, compound or obsolete Horde. IVo either engulnr or plural hero the nlitsular Is usi-- tc denato a "O" word, the plural con not he counted ns another word and vice versa. Fifth Wopia of tho same nj.'nir cim to usid only once, even though "Used tn dcslKiintc different objects. Tho name nhjeer can he named only once. However, any part of an olijict tuny also lie irtimcd. Sixth The answer hasttiic the largest and nearest correct list of xtslbla objects shown Ir. the picture with tho letter "C" will ha aaidtd first pilie, etc Neatness, style or handwriting will havo no beaitni; hi dicldlne the winners. Participants may co'opernte In ansncrlnir Seventh the pnszle, but only un prlio will bu nwnrdtd to any one household: nur vvlll pilzjs be awarded to more than olio- of any croup outside of the fatally Elgh'ti In the event of u tie for any prlzo offered, equal anouulH will bo awapled. Xlnllt- - Sub'crlptlons. lioth new nnd renewal by mall carrier or neua arent. will bo accepted. However In unllf Inij for the Jl "00 otid'other mnvlinum nn arris, nt least cno new suhstilptlou must lie scr In. A suliscitbcr Is ono who has not hem rcetvlnir Th or mall since November ?9 llarald Tenth All nw smbscrlptloiis will I carefully veriI'artlclp.intit innrldni; old fied by tb.e I'uxzle Miiuacel sulxcrliitloiis a new will furfelt the credit of such In qviallfyliif for the mnxlmuni awards. Eleventh All answers will Iccelve the same consideration, regardless qf wbcthor or not subscriptions are sint lu. Twelfth Three Louisville buslnvu mrn. IiqMiik lu connection with The Herald, will bo Hlccted to net ns Judge and decldx tho winners. I'ttrtk'IpAiits agree to accept tho decision of theLe jirtues as final snd con. Hcht-U'ind iu-- wwfKITS5!S! It coiitii nothlnir tu tako part. This lan'l m. subscription Bnme. Yen don't have to nend In a eub, rrlption unless you want to. Our Bonus Rewards for UoostcxH, however, make the much lareor when subscriptions; are sent. If your puzzlo answer Is awarded Klrst rrlzo by the Judges )0u will win 136.00. BUT. If you would like to win MOJIR than JSB.00 we. aro mnlclns; tho following special offer durlnp; this Boosters' CampolBn whereby you can yvln some eland) big rash prizes by sending ONE or TWO (maximum two) sub. scrlptlons to Tho Loujsvflla HKRALD: s IIKIMPS HOW If Hie Jtnlte nwunl yonr antvver to C" Word Plrtnre Puzzle I'lllST PIltZK nd you hnve sent In tINi: MiUcrlptlon to. TIIK HKItAI.n (dally only by mill for one enr nt M) )ou will win M0 Inateud of $311 eecond prize, tt.V); third prize (sre second column In prize llsl). Oil. If the Judrre nvvnnrj-ou- r nnnrr to the "C-Won- l Picture Puzzle I IltST PItlw: ond yon have ent In TWO MilmerlptloiiH llher one-un- v nnd one renewal or tvvo new) (dull) only. by mall for one year each) to THi: IlI'.HAi -- or $10 In nil. lou will ntu JI.UOO Intrud of SU Second prize, :wi third prize. 300. etc. (He third column In prize IUI.) ltrnieiubert It take but TWO subscriptions (either one new und one renewnl or tvvo new) to ipuillfy for the 111(1 1,000 A!tSOI.lTi:i. I You run .cure these with Utile effort. Your own order (new or renewnl) will count ns one. And some friend will he slnil to, sir's ou- - the -- the rltlr.l --. t.ther. tiet Inuyl Sl'i:( 1A1. MlllCHI llvtnc In town where Till: HF.It.M.l) U ilrllvrreit hy news ncent or carrier mny qualify h srndl'ig O.NK or TIKI subscription h to Ihe Hall) mid Sunday Herald under Ihe above of iiuillf)lni, ut V3,t0 for ench order. Condi-tkni- . elusive, The Judcea will meet Immediately tho close- - of .the I'ictutu luxile Game and ; win-nooflhe cornet list ofHurald words, nnd irl-lwill bo published lllTlie Just as ni thereafter ns possible, Any. Inquiries lHjurtcenth regarding the Puzzlo to tho Clamo must be -- cither written or telephoned Tuzzle Manager. Tlilitcentb i:vntA I'i'zLi: Myles W. Neilson, IuzzIo Slannger i iikk on m:qi'kst. " v ' MlItsritlPTIONS PAYAIII.IC IN ADVANCU. Dally, one jcar, by United State llnll . In Kentucky, lndlnnai and Tenneueo ,15 00 i:iewhtre J5i50 Dally and Sunday, six months x In I.ouluvllle nnd towns whole THC HIIItAl.D has news agent or carrier 11.20 Make all remittances payable to The Louisville Herald not to Individuals. Hlr'mlnghnin The Louisville Herald Copyrighted 1821 Louisville, Age-Heral- Kentucky j Overheard at a Party. Why. who' "That gill engaged I enuld love Mich an ley rrnnture?" "Jack says she Is till the world to 1 Mm." "Well, Jack's vrld seems to lie the glacial period.-- , that's all Vq got to say." Dost on Transcript. still In Too Much. , i, 'What eared Charlie of hIuiuiIuk the' , canl table?" fad." "The wrist-watc- h "Ilehr tals," "lie (lilt after breaking three Leulhvllle rouritr-Jouinal. crys- - but they llne. belter control over llolr (onfhies than men 'have. lie You are right. Men have no Women's tongue. control ulintever-ave- r A KnleU She Agreed With Her. Women may gossip sometimes, ' c . (0 by Nehrabku was admit-te- d us tho H7tli sluto over tho picsldcul'x veto. It has eight presidential electors. In' 1807 McClut Nawspaqor -- -- lm. Practical Physician. Is t.he doctor's nructlfo Im- Syoillcat.) ' proving?'' Knnrk Ve, but Ids putlents ' are not gelling any bettor. New York Sun. """' "JtMt"t ' nnd Indlanu In the Rlel rebellion, had sent his runners thru the Indian villages to stir up war against tho whites. Many of tho tilbes were roa-d- y to strike. It remained for CrowUntil Recently, lloro Title of Indian foot to say the word nnd tho West Cbjef, -- Steadfast VrlentU would havo been deluged with blood Of Whites. and the scattered settlements wiped off tho map. Old Edmonton. Alberta, Dec. great naThe United States wns-timers in the Canadian West regreti change of tho naino of n tion 1885 but Western Canada wns (the recent Bitiall towi in Ainorta rroni crow- lltlo better than a wlldorncss; Thp foot Crossing to Gleichen. The orl Hudson's Hay Company hauV. surrenglnal'nunio was a tributo 1o ono of dered to Canada its old empire. The tiib great Indian leadors of tho West. Crowfoot, chief of hto Hlackfect and Canadian Pacific Railway had not head Qf the powerful confederacy of yet reached tho Pacific Coast, but Hlucltfoet, Bloods, Piegans, Sarcces settlers were beginning to swarm in nnd other allied tribes. Ills Jurisdic- along lUi unfinished line. Tho transformation of tliu prulrica tion extended over 10,000 warriors. was tho whlto man's steadfast into onp'of tho greatest farming reHe glons In tho world has taken ir.aco friend in critical years. years. Ho held at ono time tho fate ot tho within the Inst forty time w,as psychologically, rlpo .The West Ja his hands. That was In 1885, tor an Indian uprising. It"b rfd Louis Rlel, lender ojt the i LrmiNVaiiNij OF TOWN'S NAME mon had torn up tho now railway and mado a determined .itind the development of tUo West wouIJ !avi been 'held 4mck a half century. Crowfoot- gave niel's ominlssailes a r Hlit'ctfui'tiunlenco, but rofused..to Jolu the rebellion. His decision saved tho West a long and bloody war. Sickly children need White's Cream Vermifuge. It not only destroys worms, If thore. be any, but it ucts an u strengthening tonic in tho stomach nnd bowels. Price 35c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m -- -- - mnr-volu- .. nfnr'ni.nilnf, ! 1 t..vwiUll,IUf T KUU.13 Jllll HopJiV Planning on buying n barrel of tl&ur today. Deerlng Whats. niukea you, thluk 6o? .McCormlck--- a truck load, morning. half-bree- went to town with. wheat early tito Successful farming. Ho of LEGION TO MAKE LEA FOR HALEY Will V Ak On llinitiiiK To Wipe Out Hlulii .rri)iiut of Sacrifices Man Made. r- ' Springfield, . lo., Doc. 3. President Harding wllfiio petitioned Theso tablets are Intended especially for indigestion and constipation. They tone up thq.stomach nnd enablo it to perforin Its functions naturally." They act gently on tho liver and bowels, thereby restoring tho stomach and bowels to a healthy condition. Whon you feel dull, stupid and constipated, give them a trial. You battlefield. Icjt In NoMan's are certain to bo pleased with their Wounded nnd m Land, Hnley was slowly dying from effect. was picked up loss of blood when ha ODD STROKE Oh' LIGHTNING by Prlvato Thonias G. Jones, an AmSTRIPS HEX TO 'SKELETON 'taking his buddy, to erican. After Hack in safety,' Jones disappeared. Winchester, Va., Dec. 3. A martho linos again, Haley was captured velous frenk was reported by Mre. of jy the Germans and lost all trnce. Coloman Lyne, who declared that aflita rescuer. ter lightning had struck a small pear On May 20, 1021, Haloy arrived at In a tree nenr her chicken yard sho went tho homo of his sweetheart out to looTt after a hen whose eggs Canadian city. His wedding was to and the guest were wero soon to hatch. Sho found tho occur, at 8 o'clock Ifchtnlng hnd run down the fence a assembled. Jones reappeared. He short dlstanco to tho nest, nnd there Then Private was tho skelolou of tho hen In the had deserted from the army nt Fort "exact position In which sho had been they were goSlocum, N. V., becauso s:t upon tho nest. ing to send him back to Oormnny, he suffering from mus- 1 Tho boiifcs wore as clean as If they said. He was i! been scraped, and tho meat and tard ga burns and had a wlfo and "eathurs lay nearby not even scorchdependent upon him. two children ' Haloy acted quickly. Telling Jones ed None of tho ess had been cracked, but oh closo. Inspection a smafl to return to hla wife and keep quiet, hole waa found in tho end ho Informed his flnnco of hla Inten- and the inside ottho'sholl burned nut tion." Sho declined to "wait while ho x as cl$an n3 n now pin. served tho term Jones would have qa An hour-befo- ro to spend In prison "The great troulllo with Gabley Is tlmo of the wedding, Haloy look Mi tho ha tnllfu' tf.fi nmrli ' Paul. Minn, doing up n tralif for St. "Thal'a strnnco. When M has beon deto the1 first policeman ho met, lie with mo ho has scarcely said a word." clared ho was Prlvato Thomas O. "Well, he.is too much of a gentle- arJones, wanted by the American man to Internum" my for desertion. --- n nt rorr In a trial by You havo no iden how Author n '. VTol. llnlnv nltlok tn'llls StOrV ny stamps I 1.1.0 posting my manu- the name of Jonos was sen- - ,1 -- . t rt nnllnlld Afliinra fenced to bo dishonorably dlscharg- Critic Very likely. I think thero cd and to servo six months In Lea- B" to be excursion tickets for man When he lacked rortb prison rates. days of serving tho uecrlpts a,t reduced ot-ea- ch. court-lnarlio- from tho United States army glyen to Harry W. Haley, who served In buddy, prison for his Tho slory of Haley's sacrlflco U unique In the nnnnls of tho World War. Twice wounded while-- serving with the Canadians In France und later prisoner In Oermnny, ho had returned to Canada after tho war to On tho ovo of pnjoy his comfort. his wedding ho sacrificed his sweetheart and his liberty for tho com-rad- o who had saved his life on tho far-tlm- 'o by tho American Legion of Missouri to wlpo out tho stnln of n dlshonornblo dlschargo years. This visual condition, which to most people would bo a misfortune, was accepted by tho actor na tho heavenly mannn. While putting over a bit of slapstick comedy ho was unlucky or lucky enough to bump his head with such shock thnt his oyea wero loft bb they appear today. He capitalized his affliction. Now his eyes will become ho'a afraid straight again. Tho policy taken out by Turpln covers a ported of ono yean ' The premium, plus taxes and revenue stamp, totals flOC.18. ; .. MINE BOSS SAYS HE WAS HELPLESS .y,'w STRAP-HANGING IN 'ENGLAND Arizona Sinn Wtw Simply Down nnd Out nnd Couldn't Even Move Himself Vcclt Kino Now. n mln Harry K. Scott, a Is I) ox 683 bofs, whoso address Tombstone, Arizona, writes: "I wan down nnd out nearly al tho tlmo with rheumatism nnd final ly got to whoro I couldn't movo, even to feed mysoir. My wlfo thought would nover got "well again, and shi knew my condition bettor than an) ' ono olse. "I was absolutely helpless whon m) wife started giving mo Tanlnc fine In four days I nto a hearty meal fo. tho first tlmo In many months. Tan lac put mo on my feet and I'm bacK on tho Job working hard'and feeling Just fine. I havo gained eighteen pound lu weight too." Tnnlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. II. Beany and by all leading druggists overy where. Advertisement. well-know- Congestion Permlitlble In War Timet Hat Deen Stopped by Commit-loner of Police. Clmnibcrlulii'M 0 TublctH. Do Yiii Enjoy Your Meals? ' s If you do not enjoy yourv meals your digestion is faulty. Eat moderately, especially of meats, mnstlcato Let flvo' your food thoroughly. hours elapse between meals and tako Tablets imono of Chamberlain's mediately after supper' and you will soon find your meals to be a real m pleasure. WlfHit There Is no fury like a woman scorned. I'oof You ought to gaze, old fellow, upon n wnlter who hns failed to get tr'llp! v . "Nevermore," snys London, according (o the Iloston Herald, Our American Institution of "strnphnnglng" was Imported there while the city was enormously overcrowded luring the war, and the people have had more than enough of It. The practice wax n brench of traffic laws nnd' police' regulations, but It was winked nt ns a mntter of necessity, because the proprietors of the underground railways, electric cars nnd omnibuses were nppnrenlly unable to And the labor or provide the vehicles thnt might have kept their systems In operation under ordinary conditions. Now, the wnr hnvlng been officially declared at nn end, the London com missioner of police hns decided that the the time hns come to regulations for the public comfort. Knch passenger shall have a sent. None shall stapil In vestibule or on platform. Any conductor ndmlttlng more persons than the vehicle Is li censed to enrry will be prosecuted, and'JIned. Such nn offense In n car owned by n municipality will entail dlsmlssnl. The people arc1 to be no more like "driven cattle," whether dumb or not I Comfortnble travel comes imnln, and the trnvelcrs re joice. They will tell us, no doubt, thnt we Americans nre Joined to our Idols, anil In loo greftt a hurry to. gomeiiow tne most cwinge. remap-- . of Us"scem to hnve no tlmc'to think of it. And yet we survive! VARIOUS TONGUES IN BAGDAD Pupils- - at Je"w' School Are Taught English, French, Arabic and i MpfanSa lBTluid Drachm Hal l Mnhnr "'uu,c I IKjU Th Iwi'Vli"1''' , For Infanta nnd Children. Brft.ir.uj mwhrnumi Wmp'- mOSmirimi'mm-miv- Genuine Clastena nrn "im ilkSi I't'lnAUiistiQil UKifTU .'3 . ." -- ti WSkzxs .!! iircryiTOJuu""s--- Bears the SJi rnr-- i O watiJ-iauu-L- o t-- n nrt F m&L 'fcC if1 neither Opldm,Morphuicnr ,r' IV . I II I f, U r Senna S?a JSKct. -- Kssai (7.l,'j Msti 7iir.W .. Tinif'Vr . fiEE3ra I I If ti i s?8S!f 111 . feliig ;?ci4u: , - andFrfehncssana f suuin4tuCTajtotyi Facsimile S!natSlLot a "Tft Ift 1 n-- a b Q In IS . Y i . VslSc', W 'AJTS-- stumtaw. IwIT ffV M Fnr Owpr WH " inirty fears AHaVaKNb IB ! S-- .. C laaaaFnl ffH I T TTiI'rlP SsaOTsnTsaaaW STH tt Persian Languages. ' Ockcr I think glrlsaro.like street " cars. Docker Llko street cars! How? "Why they're not worth running after. Another one Is sure to be. along Iii a minute' ( " . J i , :Z biu: I',, Tho piagjclan was producing eggs from a hat. Ho addressed a boy In tho front row.'Ybur mother can't got eggs without lions, can sno.' no asked. "Oh. yes." said the boy. "How's that?" asked the astonished performer '.'Sho kdp duqks," answered the boy.. Mlnistor happy. today. '.Minister I Most of the public scribes In Bagdad wero either Armenians or Jews, both of whom nro jiaturni linguists. Many that I ran ncross nenr As Sernl moquc nnd In Znztin Pashn street, j close lo the government buildings and the law courts know nt Uast a half' dozen' languages, writes Roland Gorb-olIn Exua Copy of Wrapper. TMt Jf NT,UR eowT. Ntwo-toiT- r j i Is not (Hfllcult to acquire that number-I- n Bagdad Itself. When I visited the Jews' school, the-- masters put their pupils through their paces by having them -- recite their- - lecsons In English', French, Arabic and Perslnn. French has been much used In the city for snclni nnd even business purposes. Tho tickets to the Germnn Bagdad rnlhvny were printed In Arabic With the npd French not Germnn. AIu. It made seven hearts , tlghtoon term, tho authorities learned of tho Customer (emerging from the bar-- i substitution by checking fingerprints gala counter crush) Help! My leg and descriptions. Haley was dis- Is 'broken. ' charged penniless, but was tnkeajn Floorwalker You 'will find tho charge by It. P. Dickerson, of this crutch department sir, on tho fourth city, and given a 'home. Haley Is 24 years old and a native floor. In tho rear. of Now- - York City, where his mother "Yes, I'm u college graduate." and sister still livo. ' "Do you think you could qualify as an office boy with me?" Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured "Let's see your list of test quesby local application, aa they cannot reach tho diseased portion Lt tho tar. Thcrt Is tions." Louisville anly one way to cure catarrhal Oeufntss. ' How was that? Married three couples Parishioner, That only jnnke six. Minister Well, you don't think I did it tor nothing. Parishioner -- WOMKX' WI1jL lll-- l DEACONS' Courier-Journa- l. . sa and that la by a constitutional remedy. Catarrhal Deafneaa la caused by an "You tello me where railroad con'dltlon of the mucoua lining of the Eustachian Tuba. When tlila tubo Im-la asked tho puzzled Chinaman. Inflamed you have a rutnbllnr. sound or perfect hearing, and nhin It l 4itlrely "Whal's the, niajter,' John; lost?" doted, Deafness Is th4 result Unless the Inflammation can ba reduced and thla tube roplled tho friendly" citizen. hearintr restored to Its normal condition, cases Many of "No. Me here. Depot lost," was will be destroyed forever. deofneia are caused by catarrh, whichsur-Is the terse answer of John Chinaman. an Inflamed condition of the mucoua faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru ; t the blood on the mucoua surfaces of the J system. DUY-LAAUTIIOK LOSKS SKAT We will give One Hundred Dollars for any case of Catarrhsl Deafness that cannot be cured by Ilall'a Catarrh Medicine. CirIn tho recent New Jersoy elections culars free. All Druftists. 78c. CO., Toledo. O. F. J. CHENEY Mrs. Jennie C-- Van Ness, Uepubll-ca- n -- ?" Detroit, Dec. 3. Tho followers' of Mohammed here took part In a doume of ble colobrntlon, tho. dedication He-L- .1 am my wife's sixth husband.,; their now mosque, the only one In She You're not a lytsband, you're tho United States, and tho observawhich a habit. tion of the feast of ;: last. marks tho ond of a thirty-da- y It Hugs wero strewn over the earth Seon in nn Arkansas paper rained 10 days hero last weok. Bos- floor and o'n these Detroit's Moslems, wlth'uhoes removed, knelt In prayer. ton Transcript. s hn the line of march, that boro tho DKI'KATS impTHBIl FOIt MAYOIt banners of America, Arabia, Syria and Turkey, were tho Sheiks Kallel ono In the race for the mayoralty of Blzzy Bachelor Well, old .man, Karoub and tho thing I notice about you- - since you've S.allno, Utah, Miss Stena.Schorup, n special missionary to America, Dr. liQr defeated toacber, been married J you always have but-- . high-schoMuttl Muhnmmed Sadlq, lately como brother, P. S. Schorup, a merchant. tons on your clothes. from India. Bedouins in native cos-tuDonodlct Yos; Dolly taught mo followed the sheiks. THE "NEW KKMINISM.'M'EHUi -- w how to sow 'em on before we'd been coach careened toward As married a week. At tho national conference of tho tho edgo of tho cliff tho timid tourist Methodist Episcopal church, hem nt gazed anxiously down at tho brawling $25,000 IXSL'IIANCK OX MOVIK CnOSS-EYKDotrolt' recently, Uev. F. W. Adams, stream 300 feet below. "Do people of Springfield. Mass., "declared tho fall over this precipice often?" sho , Los Angelos, Dec 3. Babo Ruth : American homo is disintegrating' uu- - asked. on his bat- dor tho Influences of "tho now femln . carries heavy Insurance Tho driver clucked to his horses. Ism." "Tho now feminism," ho said, "No, mndani," he returned, "never ting arm, Mlscha Elnian on hla and Chnrllo Chaplin on his feet. "Is drawing tho bast of our woman- but onco." , funny hood from marriage and motherhood Now comes Ben Turpln, permanence cross-eye- d man of tho screen to take while loose ideals on tho "How do you know that Perkins jnttrrlago nro being Imported by didn't go to college?" out n policy for $2G,000 on his crlss-lo- f ' Tho "Why, ho snld he know Babe Ruth Russian barofoot dancers." cross orbs. church was challenged to assume tho when sho was a chorus girj." Fort This is tho first tlmo, so represenfor leadership fn tho homo and in public Mason Marking Pot. tatives of tho Underwriters m ' IAtVyll'a London, say that a person has Jlfo In order to correuc this banoful Lawyer If you expect to be ac' 'ttDen out a policy iusurlng cross Influence-quitted your will ' W oyea against any accident or act oi Pollcoman (to loiterer) , Como, littlo "during wife trial have, to weep' a tio . Cod, which might straighten them, The Aroused That's ea?yv- Just thereby blessing them with perfect movo on there. 'If everybody stood still In the one placq, hw wuld tho (ell herd.'m going to bo acquitted.- . orbs. Legion' Weekly. for'many others get' past?- - Sydney Bullatln. ". has. been cross-eye- d ' Ben -s v ll n -1tho-stng- e HUMOUS OK VKDDKD BUSS "Oh, Henry!" exclaimed the wife as she throw her arms rapturously- round his neck, "I do lovo you so! Don't forgot to leavo me a couple of fives when you go to town this morning, will you, dear?" "And this," muttered Henry, as ho gently disengaged himself from her fond embrace "this is what 'I call be- pressed for money." Houston 1'ost. --' t . Mrs. here, Smart Now, listen John. I will not stand your stuyinp"out so late. ,..jlr. Smart Really, my dear, you "Sro unreasonable. You know vory-wo1 acquired the habit whilo-court- .Ing you. author of the stringent dry that bears het name, Tho was defeate'd for Democrats, campaigning on an issue to roreal the Van Ness act, gained somo seats, but tho - Republicans, standing for strict law enforcement, still have control of tho legislature. Two women, Mrs. Laird; Ropubllcan, nnd Mrs. Drown, Democrat, elected to the house. wore position to ordain women camel up assembly last before Uhe general summer It was voted'down by the But the reform could not be stayed. The matter was appealed back tp the Individual presbyteries, nnd they have voted In favor of ordaining women. This Is regardvictory for" tho ed as a cause of woman. It has always been a rule of tho Presbyterians not to allow mere women to be .ordained as deacons and help In running the church, though it was tho women whd did the huiic of the church work and attended services most'faithfully. When the pro- advent of the British espedltmnnry force, signs In English ns well n Hr.cnch began to appear .over the shops in New street. I laughed at some of these absurd legends nlid sighed over them were" ns Incongruous ns the ,clnema4toues nnd the watering enrt lnbeled "Bagdad Municipality." I never really liked New street. Though lt was a necessary and ndmlrnfile achievement, lt did not appeal to the Imagination. -- The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate, with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we willfumislftboth papers for one year for the low price of VaPJL The Oammercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive-- , many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. i3 DKDIOATH CASTORIA ta ' Children Cry FLETCHER'S FOR OXLV MOSQUE OV .MOHAMMED IX U. S. ' S fln-"'ge- - ' ( cigarettes to women and calling for SATIRE IX CARTOONS BRINGS LIBEL SUITS a better standard of, dress. "Ona t, sees Jbeautlful young women In ao- ! nonchalantly light-on- e Paris, Dec, 3. More than mt.tej dining-room- s libel suits threaten to' develop from ing cigarettes and aa nonchalantly the publication at Paris of "The Pearl! haling," said Mrs. Prances E. "Burns Trust" a book of satiric cartoons "It Is a most .deplorable condition August, by which detracts from womanly appeal sketcneti at) Deauvllle-l- n and is, in addition, injurious to tho the famous cartoonist, Chastel. .1 II um. m.Aaumft nliA ItlllllllilllMI I lias " Prominent society women are de- health." ana tnet' ter bats tied a scanty clothing all wear-aboremainder of the trip s slow. It tnkes Pleted in ' HAY "PHTlIOLOaNV'RRir." the trip. In the ing gigantic ropes of pearls In near-ol- d a day to make quenched ly every case accompanying not their days, , when saioousWith? a chilly sort of thirsts, there wasn't the demand for husbands. lie walked up to the hotel register water that there is now. and signed his name with a flourish, cleverness aided by a faculty of minute observation of the "E. K. PhthoJognyrrh." v Analyzing a London Fog. oa mannerisms of society Chastel has At the recent conference of the perpUrate-- l a work whiuh ;s hidden Smlff Do you think young Impo-cuBritish Royal Sanitary Institute Dr. J. nway in eveiy boudoir in Paris and is thinking of Miss Banks as his S. Owens, In nn anulybls of a London wlurh has n. ready been roporloJ to fiancee? fog, snld thnt to reproduce a dense up three hointholds. . Dingus I think ho is thinking of smoke fog about four milligrams of have brokon nv her more as hlsvflnancce. cubic meter of air was all noot to the f TourUt A danerous drop off here that wns required. One milligram proThe following recently appeared In duced the ordinary winter hare. If a If someone drives recklessly. Wonder denize smoke extended over tho whole they wouldn't put up a warning. a Chicago newspaper's advertising of London nnd up to n height of 400 Quldo They had dno up for ovsr columns' "If Wilbur Blank, who "dfeet a trifle under 200 tons of soot a year, but e was ever hurt, to eserted his wife and babo 20 yoars ago would be present. The domestic Ores they took lt down." Science and In- will return, said babo will knock his of London from six iir the morning till block off." Legion Weekly. nine at night produced over HOO tons vention. oa Bufllclent to produce one of of soot, : "What relation does a"stork- - bear "All the lower berths are taken, the densest fo.es. to mankind?" , sin" "Either a bob or a daughter.',' Trees Know Winter "That's all right," roplto'l the stout Tho great buds of 'the passenger, "give mo an uppar berth Yalo Record. " jinve a most elnbornte arrange- over some thin, nervous man. When Altco Why don't you wear your" ment for the winter protection of the ho sees mo he'll bo glad to oxoharigo! delicate ports within, snys tho Amerinow silk stockings? The baby can Forestry Magazine. Virginia I'm saving them for-- a "Your Honor," said tho prisoner, ' K Jlower cluster Is covered by the downy rainy day. Leglcm Weekly growth of the. undeveloped leaves, "havo I tq bo tried by a Jury of Tho latter are surrounded by the tough L women?" HAVE T1IE51 "Bo quiet," whispered his counsel. hard scales and 'these 'are varnished over to keep out the wnter. "I won't bo quiet! Your Honor, I Save the little bags In, which your, can't even docelvo my own wife, let salt, sugar and pastry flour come. One Drawback. alone 12 women! I plead guilty!" Rip them' open, wash them and uso "Thero nro all kinds of ways to them as dust cloths. They nre very make u living," said the elderly capi"Ylst'day," says Undo Zeko, "Ah ' soft and absorbent. talist. s as quite true," replied the club drapped foah cents on the floih, an' "That's dey Had loafer, "but the trouble Is that nearly dey made a big racket. Ef nit of them require somo effort that Is cr bin foah "foliar bills nobody would FOR FLETCHER'S Incompatible with sitting In an chsj have heard 'em drop, People is Jest ' wutchlng tho. procession go like money; dem dat makes tho most chair und 9l by." Birmingham noise ain't alius of de mos' account." Ritz Spoat two most delightful i g Experienced. WOMEN AflAINST C'HMUKTJ'KS hours this aftornoon, old thing, paws-sli:Ryder One never knows what wll' the Latin quarter. v - 'K please a woman. Congratulations', old Carlton At a recent gathering tf the Na Thomas Oh, I wouldn't say that. In Council of Women ln"P.UI a chiip. I've beon trying all tiy to the ense of my wife, unylhlug beyond tional pawss a Canadian dime anu mu'l our means is sure to, lonuou lolnhia. resolutions wero adontod urc ling legislation prohibiting thebaic of sot rid.of.Jt yet. Success Answers. . .J1, ....... ! cx-T- he Water at 30. Cents a Gallon. At Cow Cnmp, the dryest point on the Silver. Peak range, near ToiiypnlC Kev., water Isn't quite up to the price of llnuor. but It Is almost there. They are paylng30 cents n gallon for lt, and residents agree that It Is cheap at tne Thorn Isn't linV eomnctltlOll. nrlno The wnter man hns a monopoly and no envies him bis Job. nearest, watering place Is eleven miles nwny. For five miles tne water Is carried In a buckbonrd uruwn ny hordes. Then "the road narrows to n r. . ... ","";"- - " - i ut cold-blood- ,- nt J no-on- ' horse-chestn- , Age-Heral- Ohildren Ory CAS T.Q R A .. 'JLiti.i 1 ...iM?Ji jiE- - ; JT HarttqrU Renublican ' wcr0 a ,cw ycar8 Tfhe so broad a concession ed nB- wh0 lhought! would bo grant- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire ) t $9, with general fun of lambs at tf$. 3s; Published Wccklyby fUUtTFORD-HUNTIN- GOMTANX Incorporated W. 8. TINSLICY", Kdltor and Business Manager. Matter ot the second class. Address tJTae Katered lertoffice, Hartford, Ky., as wall nil communications according to law at tho to Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSClUUEHS ' ' i i Business Locals and Notices 10c lino, and 8c per lUe for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions xnd Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 60 for ch head line and slgnautro, money Tho Hartford High School Quin The old toper has no hope. This s advance. do-- 4 Church Notices tor sorvlccs freo, tette took n bit of delight In tho country will never again, become lekat other advertisements, lc por feat administered to the Clarkson gally wet.. There are already enough Saturday Ball aggregation moonshiners and bootleggers to roll will Basket Anonymous communications night, on the local court at the rink. up an overwhelming majority for the attention. rcelvo.no In ns pretty and as fast a gamo as drys. Tho loono would wish to witness. TELEPHONE with blood, good red cal team started Bcllevn me or not that God lends 69 Farmers Mutual blood, In their eyes, smarting undur a listening ear' to the appeals ot mor the, drubbing given them recently by tal man prayer works wonders In .DECEMBER 0 the Clarkaon'team played or. an open ZFRIDAY,. the lives of some. While living on n court, at Clarkson. many years ago, I gave, as was pace farm, Tho came started at a 2:10 the custom ot rural communities have congress back with us and We there was no let up until tno u-- i, fjjp th(J n,ght tQ a 8tr(inger again and In nddltlon are soon to haVe nal whistle sounded the end. rowe , The manner of the njan excited my Kentucky General Assembly. Wo the for Hartford was tho chief palm g t nnxlotyand I came to suspect him In " .scarcely get any rest "a tall ter, having garnered 23, while Uart-le- t Some way that ho was an undesirable. ' was next In line wjth 10, Ulceus After .lighting him to his room, I By tho burning pt-- corn for fuel in loand the mild weath- getting 3. Failure of the other itepped out in tho yard and observ-- , the North-wewas due After detoward and throughout cals to get into the scoring ed his action when alone. er prevailing theirs," ns they were liberately undressing he knelt at the the South, tho Coal men are having to no fault of every minute of tho 40 play- bedside and "bowed his head In an outing. A short time ago It was working ed, each doing his part in splendid prayer. 1 returned to my room "Inning." fashion. and told "the good. Madam- to retire ' Whilo the trial Jury failed to arrive Dnrbln for tho visitors made 11 of ( land sleep In peace; that harm could at a verdict In the "Fatty" Arlmcl.le tho 1G points earned by them, 'all not come from a man who prayed J 11 ase, and they may never bo able to playing a good game. the secrecy of his chamber. The. game being so unusually fast convict .him, yet he will havo a steep iand long hill to Climb before he naturally produced more fouls than Another Incident of evening prayer succeeds in clearing himself in the .otherwise would have been called in the family at a farm hduse, apnlnds of a host of former "Fatty" As evidence of the good decisions pealing to the hearts of mon, was made by Harry May, who called the reported to mo many years ago. The ians. ontire game, not a single objection late Cortes X. Bean, wellknown to ono As to the woman elected .as alms was made by any ulayer.r the older citizens ot Hartford and The we stand corrected. connected with either teaiii. commlssjoner,t Ohio county, told me that. When he. Jit the time we wrote tho article we Visiting boys showed themselves to was a boy he, In company 'With two could not call to mind tho election of be good sportsmen and a fine bunchr other young men, went Into the gar..rmnn nravtnlta in ATrS- - Smith. and Hartford will welcome them back den of Jeff Stevens, who then lived '' "We now very .well remember when at any time, whera. Nelson Cole now fives near and score: Mrs. Tanner served In the capacity of - The line-u- p Dundee, to s'toal watermelons. 'liut fceeper of the poor farm, but as alore Clarkson before they had accomplished their Hurl ford 4 depredation they obServedsjMr. Stestated did not recall tho matter when Crowe Embrcy F F 23 writing the little article concerning Shulta F 11 vens- with his wife and children .Durbln F Mrs. Smith. 1 grouped about him, engaged in the McCluro C Bartlett C 10 holy office of rendering up" their G 3 Jlulhall G Likens yi r. Ira Jones, representative-elec- t "I was not a Chrls-tio- n evening prayers. G Sanders G Bennett of Ohio County, announces to the then," said Mr. Bean, "but there The local boys will have tho Caney- public that he will spend two days, vllle Yellowjackets tomorrow night, was something In mo that forbade, 7 in Hartford for the pur--po- at 7:15 on the local court. Dec. The forbade stronger than the law, robof meeting his constitupjey with "Jackets" are said to be fast fliers bing a man who was kneeling in earthe view of getting a line upon the and pack a stinger with a kick. - nest "worship of his God." desires of those who may have 'ideas r-- r-' I This manifesof needed" legislation. IIEAVRIN MR. AND MRS. tation of the wish, upon Mr. Jones' i ADMIT PART IN ENTERTAIN AT DINNER PROCTER ROBBERY jiart, to take the people into his confidence, to be their servant and to Mr. and Mrs. M. L, Heavrln enterCincinnati, Dec. 7. Four men arconsider their wishes, Is high! comIf people who have ques- rested late yesterday in connection tained at 6 o'clock dinner at their mendable. tions worth while, matters of real im- - with the robbery of Jewelry valued apartments on Main Street, Wednesanortance to discuss, caro to confer at from $50,000 to $100,000 at tho day, In honor of Judge Robert W. with our representative in the next home of Col. William Cooper Proc Slack. A sumptous dinner was ele .general assembly, considerable good ter, at Glendale, on November 28, gantly served, and tho occasoln highmay result from the proposed confer- last, wore taken before Mayor Ralph ly enjoyed by all present. Besides Rogan of Glendale today and arraign- Judge Slack tho Hollowing guests ences. Acting were present' ed on a charge of robbery. Commonwealth's Attorney Claude The pace set by the present term oa Information given by ono of the meeting out pun- accused men, detectives today arrest- E. Smith, Messrs. S. O. Keown. ii..G. of Circuit Court in ishment, by way of money fines and ed Eliza Crow, a negro woman, at Barrass, R. B Martin, Otto C Mar, x. jail sentences, is most certain to her homo here, and recovered twp tin and W. P. Tliuley. . mjt . make tho vendor of moonshine, white-mul- e Jeweled pins. 'WASHINGTON. etc. scarce and extremely hard The police say each of the four to do business with, on the outside. men made statements of their part In Rev. G. Gaggard will fill his reguFines aggregating hundreds and hun- tho robbery before being taken to dreds of dollars, and we believe In Glendale. Two of the men, Peter lar appointment hero on Sunday, every caso carrying a jail sentence Velker, alias Voelker, and Victor December 11th. Mr. Delbort Newcomb, who has havo been assessed against many Ballou, white, were arrested In Dayof the law pertain- ton, Ohio and Jonas Shropshire and been in Indiana for ome time, rewayward violators ing to Intoxicants. Proceedings have Will Lee, negroes, were taken into turned to hia homo Sunday. Miss Violet Allen of this vicinity, Approximate come thick nnd fast, ns we stated custody in Cincinnati. nefetofore, as a result of an ly $50,000 worth ot the stolen Jew spent several days in Hartford last week, visiting friends and relatives. ot a general sentiment of revolt and elry has been recovered police say. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Mahanoy and When arraigned before Mayor Raa resolution to crush the business. much and lasting tion tho men waived examination. children spent .Friday ft last week Ono cannot havo at .success in tho violation ot the rules Velker, Ballou and Shropshire, who with Mr. nnd Mrs. John Hahaney, , when a respectablo are charged with burglary, were held Hartford. of law and order Masters Ellis and Lyman Renfrow number of respectablo men In the af- in $75,000 bond each, and Lee, charg week-en- d with make up thejr ed with receiving stolen goods, was of. Taffy, spent the fected community their aunt, Mrs. L. L. Newcomb and minds that one can't do It and 'get held in the same amount. Tjy" with It. Tho Grand Jury of this Eliza Crow is charged with receiv- Mr. Newcomb, at this place, 4 last term of court has done more real ing stolon goods, Sho was held in LOUISVILLE! .MARKETS like Juries of a long $10,000 bond. work than all Tho police are continuing their time past. It has been a process of CaUle Receipts. 250 head, Supply the hardest pumping imaginable, but search for a fifth man said to bo lm- fnr tffn midweek trade was of moder when once tho evidence got fairly wel plicated lu the robbery, ate volume and few changes noted In started there was a continuous values compared to first of the week. stream of it, so we are told, Uko HEW J. J I. EMBREV Prime light butchers sold at steady breaking thick Ice, once a good sized (prices; medium and plainer kinds hole Is made tho shattering comes Rev. J. H. Embroy an aged and 'oinw. and unchanged. Trade full stoa- with comparative ease. respected citizen died at his homo In'dy In tho heavy steer division, with kinds ne- The signing ot agreements by Irish Cromwell Monday morning, after "a few offered; Rev glected. Good outlet noted for the illness ot pneumonia. .ana British representatives, by which short feedbest It loks as though permanent peace 'Embrey woa a minister, inembar ot ers atquality stackers and light kinds full steady rates; plainer tno si. is. unurcn, uui lor a niimoer may prevail, breaking a quarrel and easing strained conditions thnt have of ye"ars past had dono only local less active. Calvos Trade woak and $1 lower. run through centuries, is perhaps preaching, being beyond tho age of Best veals $9 down; medium 1 4. S 6; .,... -v .i. ...... tmtmrtinf nml fftr rnnohlncr 78 . ears. IUQ Jtuai ,miw.... Rev. Embrey was a civil war vote- - common $203.50; common calves event taking place since tho late war creation of tin Irish Free State, ran und well thought ot by a host ot are dull at prevailing low prices. The Hogs and prices a dominion form ot government, ac ' people who know him best. Ills re steady o'n Market activeBest hogs, all all grades. .knowlcdglng allegiance to the British mains woro convoyed to Anton, whoro Australia burial took placo Wednesday. Be-a- weights, sold at $7,25; throwouts Crown, ns does Canada, jr. nn down.' other British Provinces, ought 8ldmhls widow tlm doooascd Js sur-t-o Sheep and 'Lambs Trade generally and thfc lvid by threo ""daughters and four be satisfactory to Ireland steady. Bost lambs continue around Few there sons. of the world, ad-Itlo. -st --nt or-an--2C-2se , g, nd Subscribers desiring tho paper sent V) a now address must give the old Vldreaa In making tho request. at this date.. Tho treaty has yet I to pass tho Imperial Parliament and I havo. guzzled some pretty nasty tho Dall Elreann, but having been stuff, as a result ot which I have' signed, nndunanlmousy approved by seen double, and stars wlie-rthere both British and Irish representa- were none, but I'll be 'darned if I tives, ns well as having mot with over drank anything mean enough to unanimous approval ot tho Drltlsh causo mo to seo such miraculous cabinet, final ratification ought to lights ns Fluke reports seeing while come easily, ffhe only stumbling nn his fishing trip to the mouth ot block or hitch may come from North- Grassy. , ern Ireland, tho'lsland being consid as a unit, ered In the negotiations Mother Evo may havo been criti whereas Ulster may not accedo to the cised In her day for wearing n treaty. Stlll provision was made for suit, but sho at least escaped a contingency of that naturo by pro- the modern woman's dread at the apviding means for (ho application of a proach of wash day. .Ip 'different form of government for tho halt dozen or so Counties that are Another big drop in prices Is In antl Sinn Fein. prospect. If tho disarmament program goes through membership fees HARTFORD HIGH TAKES Union will be In the Shipbuilders CLARKSON INTO CAMP reduced to tho vanishing point. one-Pie- ce Ilcst fat sheep $2.50 down; $1.50 down, Buying . bucks shipper pylnfcrf relghf jihd drayago , charges, are: Eggs11 Candled S3c,docn. Poultry Hens, Jargo 19c" lb.; small 14c lb.; large spring chickens 14c lb.; small "Springers 206 lb.; roosters Sc lb.; ducks 18c lb.; young tur- prleenot (u'shlppers, the rrodiicc3t ip Carson & Go, IS IN TUNE WITH THE A . v, r. keys No, 1, '33c lb.f goeso 12016c lb.j guineas old $3 dozen, young $7 doz. Country Butter Pound Jlo. - Christmas Spirit and ready to assist you in every way. ' , NOTICE ' To tho Citizens of Ohio County: I will bo In Hartford on Decombor 2G and 27 for tho purposo of discuss-in- ? with tiio citizens 0: Bald County, any legislation In which they may bo severally nnd collectively Interested. As th& servant of all I desire to discuss fully any proposed legislation and recelvo any assistance or sugges tlons that may bo hejpful to me in tho faithful discharge of my duties as your Representative, IRA JONES, Representative-elec- t Ohio Co many attractive articles that Will make handsome gifts. Below we suggest a few articles which we are sure will please the most fastideous : ., BLANKETS All Wool or Cotton BEDROOM SLIPPERS "' SILK PARASOLS STAMPED GOODS A wonderful assortment of Xmas Handkerchiefs is in readiness to meet all of the demands of holiday shoppers. We are prepared to offeryou Irish Linen, HandkerColored" Linen or Imported Hand-mad- e chiefs at 50c and $1.00. Also other values from 5c to 75c. Many of these may be purchased in fancy gift boxes. In addition to our Handkerchief line we have I ; OHIO CIRCUIT COURT FINALLY ADJOURNED Farewells Finally Snlil; Iawro Num ber Of Indictments Turned In By Jury. The Ohio Circuit Court was fi nally adjourned yesterday afternoon when several talks were made by members o'f tho Bar and also by the retiring Judge, Robort W. Slack. Tho grand Jury returned 115 In- dlctnients during the term Just- - clos ed, 82 of which are for violations ot the law pertnlning tolntoxlcants. The remainder, or 33, covor various sorts ot offonses against the law. Trials on indictments in a number ot liquor law violations were had some or 7erha"ps all of which result ed as follows: Henry Daugherty 4 cases, $1,000 ands Jn Jail; Tom Hines $300 and 30 days In Jail; Clarence Hines, $300 and 30 days in Jail; Clarence White $450 and CO days in Jail; Wel-b- y Daugherty $100; Pony McDanlel $100; Kit Dodson $300 and 30 days in jail; Mrs. L. E. Daugherty $100. STATIONARY HAND BAGS SILK UNDERWEAR SCISSORS FANCY PINS KID GLOVES SILK HOSIERY ' SJLK SHIRTS BEADS . TIES ' SCARFS -.-- : LEATHER "GOODS 4" ;". m ." ' - - 150-day- Prompt attention is given to allMail Orders. We suggest that you do your Christmas shopping early. You'll be welcome any time. Yours, very truly, Carson CLEAR RUN Mrs. Fanny Murry Js at present,, at who the bedside of her slster-In-lnrecently underwent an operation in Owensboro. Mr. Clint Park spent a few daya last week near Livermore, with his sou, Stinson Park.' Mrs. Nancy Yates Is on the sick list, at the home of her 'daughter, Mrs. Joe Park. Tho Clear Run meeting closed Wednesday of last week, with 4 candidates for baptism.' Charlie Trogdon, who was.'qulte ill Sunday, is better. , mm Co Hartford,' Kentucky. (Ei NOTRE DAME MAY MEET CENTRE BOYS i Danville, Ky., Dec. 7. Centi;& College football team will make the Pa ciflc Coast trp regardless ot the Un verslty ot California's recusal to ac cept the East versus West tournament date. Ten days ago, tho San Diego management deposited $16,000 In a Danville bank as a guarantee, It is probable that in the event a strong Western team cannot be obtained to meet Centre, a formidable opponent from the East will be Invited. Tho names of Nofro, Dame been suggested as and Cornell-hav- e possible choices. issHBTSflfi ssBiinv Hl M' HcLa MAUSABI5 J II I I i mi 4 ' jflllP Come In And See The New Monarch Range! JEWELRY Is tho most appreciated gite bo. .cause It is so useful and lasts so much longer than any, other gift. my. It's graceful lines will appeal to you it is exceptionally attractive. But the MONARCH is. more than good looking it is built for service and econoMalleable Iron as used in the MONARCH insures lasting satisfaction and reduced fuel bills. We are offering some wonderful values so come in and see the We have lncreasod tho quality and quantity of gifts each year and this year is no exception. Wo can please you In a present for anyone. Wo havo anything usually kept in a first class Jewelry store and prices aro roduced this year. Come earlyi for we are laying " them back now, ' Monarch Malleable The "Stay Satisfactory" Range. , J. B. TAPPAN qptometris-t- , , ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, - Jeweler and KENTUCKY ( Hartford, Ky. mm- tr- - 'Srrtr"'"T' BIG REMOVAL SALE! i I-.. 11 i - . . t . BEGINNING1 r-- Saturday, December - 10, 1921 $2.50, Sale price 2.00 And Continuing Until All Hardware, Etc., is Disposed of. V Regular price Aluminum Tea Kettles , 1.95 $2.25, Sale price 1.25 Sauce Pans, Regular price $1.50, Sale price Aluminum Miners' Buckets, Regular price 5-q- Aluminum Perculators, Regular price $1.75, Sale 'price $1.50 ... Preserving Kettles, with lid, Aluminum. 10-q- t. Regular price $4.25, Sale price 3.00 t., 10-q- t. 17-in- ch Galvanized Pails, Regular price 25c, Sale r--. . . . price .20 Galvanized Coal Hods, Regular price 70c,-- Universal Food Chopper, No. 1, Regular price Bread Pans, (large) Regular price 25c, Sale price 20 Tin Churns, (gal.), Regular price $1.35, Sale price 1.00 Lamps, (large), Regular price $1.10, Sale price 85 Simmons Leader Range, Regular price $45.00, ; Sale price $37.00 Simmons Hot Blast Heater, Regular price- $35.00, Sale price 31.00 Simmons Hot Blast Heater, Regular price , $30.00, Sale price 27.00 Simmons Hot Blast Heater, Regular price ', .t $25.00, Sate price 22.00 Cream Can, Regular price $6.00, Sale price ,. 4.50 Ten per cent off on Sharpies Cream Separators. Other things too numerous to me'ntion. .- Sale price .' 55 $3.00, Sale price 10-q- t. ; 2.00 - , 70 85c, Sale price r Slop Jars, Regular price $1.7.5, Sale price . . . ". . 1.50 Lunch Boxes, Regular price 20c, Sale price . . . ." .15 Regular price $1.00, Onyx Water Pails, ., .... Sale price . : .85 Regular pricfc $1.35, Onyx Water Pails, ., 1.10 Sale price . . . . 10-q- t. Daily Pails, Regular price 50c, Sale price .40 12-q- t. Galvanized Pails, Regular price 30c, Sale 10-qt-- PreservingKettles, granite, Regular price Galvanized Col Hods, Regular price ' . . .60 80c, Sale price . .' Keen Kutter'Ax, guaranteed, Regular price 2.10 $2.50, Sale price Keen Kutter Manure Forks, 5 and 6 prong, Reg. ular price $2.00, Sale price 1.65 Ax Handles, Regular price 50c, Sale Hickory 18-inch -- Spades, Regular price $1.50, Sale price ....'.. Post Hole Diggers, Regular price $2.75, Sale price Stone Jars, per gallon 1-I- prjCQ . .f 35 1.25 .- -,. 12-qt- :...". price . . ."25 Savory Turkey Roaster, Regular 1.90 - Sale price Coffee Mill, Regular price 90c, Sale price .65 price-$2.2- 5, " 2.25 18 8-g- al. b. After January v 1, we will be in the building now occupied by Hartford Transfer Company 1 y WILLIAMS M TAYLOR HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. The Hartford VJtII)AVt . Republican DECESIBER O PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS 'Attorney L. P. Tanner of was In town Monday. Got Owens-bor- o your BARREL SALT at W. e'." ELLIS & BRO. 23t4 Subscribe for your favorite Magazine at the OHIO COUNTY DRUG 24t2 Co. Subscriptions' for all Magazines 24t2 takon at , THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. -- l Mrs. Olivia 'Cecil of Owensboro Is spending the week with Mrs. Minnie Wedding. Mrs. Emnfa Schroeter " spent the week-en- d .with Mf and Mrs. Kyler, at Mogg. Mrs.' Sidney Williams daughtorspont thd week-qn- d parents, at Luzerne. " and little with her Mrs. Foster Beilnetfand llttlo von, William .foster, spent Saturday, "with relatives In Cenfertown.. T There is warmth and plenty of it in a y woolens of the genuine Curlee.ov-ercoatfdueto good-qualit- Many mother would like a Hoosler 24t2 Cabinet for Xmas. . Jr Dv WILLIAMS & SONS. Mr. H. Y. Taylor returned to HarU Saturday night from a few days 'visit with relatives In Maceo. opd .which itis made.- - , ' - ., i . Ydu also get without additional cost a superior quality of tailoring, y. swagger style. All in all, a ' high grade, good fitting, lasting overcoat at,a reasonable price. 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. .Mrs. B. Crabtrea went to Owensboro Sunday, to be at the bedside of Mrs. John Bell went to Owensboro her father, Mr. Andrew King, who Is yesterday, where she will spend tho seriously 111 at the home of another rest of the weak With friends and daughter, Mrs. Homer Blansford. BASKET HALL Caneyvllle vs. Hartford Pikers, tomorrow evening at 7:15, at Bean's opera house. Miss Susie May who has been employed as a. nurse in a hospital at Jenkins Ky., has returned to her homejn Hartford, on account of tho hospital being closed for some time. . Announcing1 "the opening of our new Furniture Store. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky, 24t2 TURKEYS WANTED Ain Attractive candies at attractive to pay the highest market price. prices. That describes our Xmas STRAY STREAKS -t-TjUlk; candies. K. E. niRKIIEAD, 23t? Hartford, Ky BEAVER DAM DRUG. CO. (By, Fluke McFluko.) (Next to Post Office.) Mrs. B. Pedlgo of Hopklnsvllle, an Since "that Grand Jury did all of Don't fall to" see the Caneyvllle experienced employe of the L. & N, High school Yellowjackcts tie up those things we observe that the R. R. Co., has been assigned as aswith the Hartford High School "Pike glowing cbeoks and scarlet noses of sistant agent at the local depot. Street" quintette, Saturday Dae. 10, some of our friends have takenon a sorf--of dull gray, mortified expres Mr. Russell Pirtle, after spending at tho'opera house court. Game call sion. C some two weeks here with his par- ed at 7:15. ents, left early yesterday morning for Bill Schlemmer was up fo town Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Shaving Detroit, Mich., "to resume his work. Sets, Chinese Baskets, Dolls, Kew-pie- s, one day last week; Think h&.canie Kodaks, Candies, Phonographs to get his mall, -- or something. .Make your Xmas presents useful. . s Something they will enjoy every day and Records at the The backwater has been ud so BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. ofjthe .year. Furniture, Rugs and (Next to tha Post Office.) much of late that Fred' Robertson 24t2 .. Stoves. could not find enough dry ground to ' J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. - Capt, J. G, Keown of Evansville, run a fox on. t Mrs. Ellis Hoover and little daugh- Ind., traveling salesman with tho ago we advertised for Some ter Mma Helen, of Buford, spent M. C. Bowser Co., at Ft. Wayne, Ind., a vicious time bulldog. A few days back from Saturday until Wednesday with spent a fel days last week in Hart- we thought we. wanted to sell him, her. mother, Mrs, Eldred Crabtree and ford and Ohio County, In the inter- then we changed our notion thinking est of his Company and visiting Mr. Crabtree. we really had use for Jilm, then we didn't. I'll be doggoned if we know WANTED Every, man, woman what we want, nor when. and child" In Ohio' county to see our urulturo rom line of Xmas goods, , Albert Cox, alias Hebrew Junk ' actory TO YOU BEAVER DAM DRUG CO. Dealer, was in town a few days ago (Next to Post Office.) Save the middle man's profit at our and every time we see him we are . Store x romluded of that dread threat I. D. J, D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Black wont to Claire has continuously hanging ov, Beaver Dam, Ky. er Owensboro Saturday Mm. Black re- 2 it2 him, that is something about a maining for a few days' visit with bear story, We'd certair.y like to relatUs--s Mr. J. Pendletpn Holbrook of Orhlle Mr. Black returned know something of tho history, the lando, Florida, arrJvpdMn Hartford insido of Saturday night that story, 'ciun every Wednesday morning to spend a' few time Claire mentions It Cox closes up some- days with his father, Mr. J. D.JIol-brbo- k Our Holiday line Includes like a clam, lapses into absolute sithing suitable for every momber of and Mrs. Holbrook. He will lence. also visit relatives Jn Whltesville the family. -. and. Owensboro, before roturnlng to BEAVER DAM DRUG CO, If we had been called upon to jnakci (Next to Post Office.)- - his home in ttio Southland, the moon wq certainly would have mado a better job of it, In that we baby, left Mrs. Harry Bennett and BOAT SERVICE would have made one that would yesterday for their home in Houston, mid-ntgpast few The Boat, Hartford, has have shone, fromwould have to Just Texas, after spending the bofore day. It been se days with Mr. and Mrs. Jamea O. been put in service between much handler for a lot of fellows in Bennett. Hartford and Evansville, In- going-hom- " P . ht diana. ; keroMr, and Mrs. S, M. Maddot, and "FOH SALK sene engine; grinding bulirs cruBh- - daughters, Miss Maud and Mm.. Chesbltlngall comw ter LeachMr- - Leach and IHtle son, line shafts, William, of Bonvor Dam,' were guobts pletej and In first cla. condition. '! Mrs, W. CBlan- Sunday of Mr j. b; ,york, """ kenshlp. , liartford, Ky. 2St2 ad Departures will from Hartford on Thursday Monday and mornings of each week at 7 oclbck. Special preparation has been made for handling all kinds of live stock. Your patronage is earnestly solicited for everything you have to ship, either in or out. Freight rates are reasonable. HARTFORD BOAT CO., H. T. Holbrook, Mgr. be-mad- e Wo don't exactly know whether In the moon, the stage and position of the moon, or what it is, but at any rate this light moon of tho present week has certainly been tough, on tho Dispensers of "shine' in Ohio it's Couu,ty. Passenger Say, does this car always make this noise? Driver No, only when it's running. Tennessee Mugwuia. Unwln Some women. can sing x baby to sleep la two minutes. Bates Yes, and then talk a husband awake all night. ir - .n SOLVES IDLE PROBLEM 'Italian Government Puts Unem-- i ployed Men to Work. .Development of Natural Resources of the Country Under Comprehensive, Plan Gives Work to Many 'Hundreds of Idte.- " GRAPEFRUIT IS SQUIRTLESS THINGS' ARE CHEAP IN HAITI SIIIPH KOl'GH OX Tanoelo Is Cross Between Orange Tangerine and Grapefruit Delicious When Ripe. Although a Solid Mahogany Dinner Table Costa Only $6 Island Has Disadvantages. MMb Katherine Spencer 4? am HKKKPIXG 3,-i--To WHALKH Liberty Bicycles On .Sale Ttomc. The Italian government I jnectlng Its problem of unemployment liy setting the Idle men to work to de- velnp to the utmost the natural resources of the country. The sum of 700,000,000 lire, equivalent to nhotit $28,000,000, has been devoted to public works nuil about another 100.000,000 lire ($4,000,000), lias been Designed to Innd rcclnmntlon. 3Tunds for theso enterprises nre obtained from banks. Another inO,00O,000 lire, about will be spent on Improving the telegraph and telephone systems, mid to addition, the government bus authorized the laying of n submarine cable so us to obtain direct communication with Spain, Greece, lirnxll, "Uruguay and Argentina, thus rendering Italy Independent of foreign cable companies. The development of Italy's wnter-j)owIs proceeding rapidly, llefore the war ehe obtained nbout horsepower from that source. Since has hern then the total horse-powIncreased to l,7r000. To mhke this possible, flfty-nln- e reservoirs and artificial lakes have been constructed. Another Important Industrial project Is the reclamation 'of the Pontine marshes, which cover about 150,000 acres between Home nnd Naples. This land heretofore has been submerged for five months each year by torrents w'hlcli poured down from the neighboring momitnlns and, stagnating on the land, converted that .area Into a dangerous fever trap. The compnny organized with a cnpltnl of GO.000,000 lire to reclaim -- this section " has been In operation about one year and has reclaimed about 7,7fi0 acres and made them Into fertile wlTcnt lands or farms for growing tomatoes, -- Snulrtless grapefruit Is a novelty umier the attention of tiie Department of Agriculture. It Is called Jhe a cross between the orange tun-- , gerine and the grapefruit. Walker T. Swingle, physiologist In charge, and T. Italpb Itoblnson, crop physlolofflst of (lie department, state in a bulletin that these resemble round oranges more than either of their parents. There are two varieties, the .Sampson and the Thornton. The Tornier has disappointed those who tasted It because they mistook its ripe appearance and ate It .before It was mature. It Is delicious when fully ripe, "with a rather acid, sprightly flavored, aro matic, soft and Juicy deep orange colored pulp." The Thornton has "very pale orange colored juice and sprightly flavored pulp. It has little acidity and resembles a tender, orange more thnn a grnperrult of tangerine. It may be eaten out of hand, like n tangerine, but is douht!es better when halved and eaten like grapefruit. It requires no sugar, and the pulp Is so tender It can be removed with a spoon without cutting the segments; moreover, there is little or no tendency for the Juice to squirt when the spoon is Inserted in the segment." good-flavore- d Ian-gel- o, EAGLE SWIFTEST OF BIRDS "King of Sky" Had No Trouble In Keeping Pace With Airplane in Novel Contest. SPEECH RESTORED AT TRIAL Dumb for Five Months After Injury hi Tugboat Crash, Skipper An- swers Court's Question. Ttutherford, N. J. "Right here," said Walter Boas, skipper of the barge Danaga, when asked by Judge Fake to point out on n model of his boat Just where ho was standing when a Xhigh Valley tug ht It. ilrs. Boas fell In a fnint. Court proceedings came to a stop. Every ono stared In nmazement at the barge skipper. Since May 0, when his barge was In the collision, he has been speechless because of an Injury to his spine which for weeks deprived him also of the use of his limbs. The words he uttered In reply to the court's, question were the first ha had "spoken in more thnn five months. All' the preceding questions put to Mm In the course of his suit against the Lehigh Valley railroad had been Dr. Howard answered In writing. Cooper, his physician, Is of the opinion that Boas's vocal power had been returning gradually and In tho excitement of seeing the model boats at the point of collision the restoration became complete. COCKNEY ACCENT DEFENDED Be- The eagle, according to aeronaut", remains not merely the klng of birds, but in flying quality the swiftest of nil birds. A French "Ilyer" from the French naval station at Salonlcn In February, 1010, had n match with ah eagle near Mount Olympus. The- - eagle competed of his vfree will, says the New York Herald. "I. wns followed' by the eagle," writes Cnnihinndcr I.arrowy, "at a distance of about 100 feet. Our machine was making her full measure CO nautical miles nn hour. In comparison with us the bird seemed so perfectly at a standstill that I was able to photograph it with nn exposure of a half pcnnd, as the sky was cloudy and the pinto gave an absolutely neat reproduction. "For two minutes the bird prac- Ltlr-nlldid not move its wing. and to glide, except every ten or twelve second, when It jnnde a very slight hml careless sort of rowing motion ns If to keep fit. "When tho bird abandoned all thought of attacking Its strange rival It went full siecd ahead, nnd, covering much more than sixty miles-a- n hour, soon disappeared." Remarkable Volcanic Islands. Volcanoes often break loos'o on the floor of the ocean, and sometimes they build up considerable mountains. If such n mountain be tnll enough, It the customary price," says the Detroit News. Alligator pears sell In at the rate of five for 52 cents. The picture has Its reverse side. The teacher even of ldgher or "college" grade receives only .$0 n month nnd the average length of his life after taking up. the teaching profession Is 12 years. He tenches eight hours every day. The course-ostudy Is by no means narrow. It Includes the subjects usually "taught ' In the United States, with n few additional courses thrown In for the special benefit of the backward. The majority of Haiti- mis excel In penmanship nnd freehand drnwlng. One of Mr. Kuser's chapter Is on voodoolsm. Tiie creed Is of African origin nnd was Introduced Into the Island when the slaves were hronght over by the Spanish nnd French. the deity. Is represented by n venomless serpent. The rites Include all manner of sacrifices and sclf-ln- dieted punishment. To the rhythm of , voodoo the worshipers dnucc themselves into excited, pas slons until all but the strongest fall ! prostrate. During the dunce the men eat pieces of glass and, dancing on redhot coals, place burning pieces or charcoal In' their mouths. Knter In the ceremony liquor Is passed around. , The priests wield nn Indescribable, secret. Influence over the" so that it is merely necess a sary for them to bent the few times and a whole brigade will rush out from nowhere armed to the teeth. f Van-doutom-tomtom-tom- In "Haiti" .1. Drydcn Ktiser tells that on his visit to that supposedly unln villus Island he purchased a solid 'nm Logrtny dinner table for $0, "which Is 1 Wit zmBJB' s. I 1 &V' i One new film star Who Is rapidly coming to the fore Is Katherine Spen- cer. Miss Spencer Is a New York glrl.f Her father, Alvln W. Spencer, formerly of Cincinnati, O. at one time was United States consul to the West Indies. Katherine enjoys the dlstlnc-- , tion also of being the niece of John Robinson, the circus man. o ' I Los Angeles, Dec. sleep well sleep on the ocean. Tho whales do, and 'sleep well after sunrlso sometimes. Capt, F. J. 'Holland, of the Pacific mall liner Cuba, thinks n officer should fe placed on duty off Point Arguello. Ho hates to have to! bump whnles from tho midst of their fniryland of dreams with his ship In order to clear a passage from San FrnnclBco to Los Angeles. Captain Holland, on a visit to Los Atigeles harbor, told n story of lrow ho rang the breakfast bell for sevon husky whales In, tho Pacific Ocean. Tires and accessories, feathThey wore big fellows, ranglnu Mo- -, from sixty to ninety foot In length. erweight Motor Bikes, Tho seven whnles wero "snoozing" tors for bicycles,. Telephones peacefully on top of the wntor as tho and Supplies, Line Construe- -. Cuba boro dovyn upon them. Tho tion Material, Electrical SupCaptain said he didn't hoar thoin snoring, but ho know they woro plies, Shoe and General He-pa- ir sleeping because when whales sleep Shop. they rido high In the water. Evidently, however, ono whalo was If it's fixable we fix it. afflicted with insomnia, for as tha Both telephones. vessel drew near Kb shook himself Into fiction nnd procieded to pour REPAIR SHOP water on tho others. Aroused from their slumbers under" Beaver Dam, Ky. the rays of tho early morning surt, tho sevon whales scampered nway, frothing" the wntor with their rushes and seeming to bo protesting against tho rude steamship that had so suddenly brokon thtlr beauty naps. sea-traff- MOFFira k Sectrio nf frfl ffPSwkllll llllllilllllll ll llllilim1 Wife Mrs. Jones has another new if she wero as atare my dear sho depend so much up London Opinion. hat. Well tractive as you wouldn't have to on HiQ milliner. '- Hubby when everything eH,e rails. In iictvouj prostration and female tfiknessc Uiey ate tho supninr remedy, nt thousands have testified. tters Mothers use ,i GREAT MOUNTAIN COLLAPSES Aussie Sanding In - rORKIDr4iEY,L!VERAND STOMACH TROUBLE Mountainous Dlslntegrat-in- g Re- gions Near. Vienna CASTOR I A For Infants and Children -- ' is tha Jx&t medicine ever Mid ever a drufew a counter. - Quite Rapidly. The geological freak of a grent mountain disintegrating so fast that It to iltarwrntfiln Always bears iatuereof In Use For Over 30 Years (ftvP 1 1 that ordinarily takes thousands of T ASA ueek tWIa my boss wuntu years Is occurring in tho mountain- - JL viicnsh. And du boss telln me ho nua KUllim uiiui c.llllil llllp. ou ous regions near Vienna we decldu for mimi da expense we go The Aussre Sanding, rising over 5,000 fcet. Is simply collapsing.- - Its sanity time." You know I tella you ono" fhne great cones a;ul pliinncjes of rock are ees boutu slmngn pipe wot da boss gotta? Well, he tnka dut pipe on crashing nnd tumbling- a if underby gnomes; the forests tfmt da Vivnsh, too. mined We go ecu da lleevcr to da ocean clothed the slopes He flat or move slowly nnd t"adlly downward, piling for (hvneash. I diiimo for sure, but Into the valleys, nnd the furf carpet for way dat pipe binella now I tink Over three nnd eet liuvii lectio ones on da, ruad' soma-placmoves with them. pipe ecs so st,ronga now thrpe-nuartmiles of territory are In- kvolved In the movement and hundreds he breaku da prohlbish law. I try flvn, seuxu time losa dat pipe of sightseers view the convulslohs on da road but no can do. I trow from opposite slopes. The phenomenon has been in prog-- - outside one time .nnd den I raaka dat. e. ilnvll thlllf? QZa&&Zc&M --e- y0 Author Says It Shows Speaker longs to Great and Good-Humor- Town. London. "I like the Cockney accent," declares William Pett Itldge, author. "Kept within bounds It is a symbol thnt the owner belongs to a d great and town." Cheerfully approving It, Mr. Hldge CIscussed the London nccent.recentiy before a sympathetic audience of London head teachers. "Many people regnrd the Cockney ncccnt with genuine despair," said Mr. 3tldge. "Even those who become when they prophesy the disappearance of old country dialects long to see Londoners educated out of their distinctive accents. But London hns a right to nn accent of its own, although we all know that Its most prosperous speak with n Scottish accent and I have heard that ambitious young politicians cultivate n Welsh In' flection." emo-tlonnl appears above the surface and forms an Island. The Hawaiian islands were themselves created in thnt way. Sometimes these volcanic islands rise up, only to disappear later. Here and there In the Pacific Unit very thing hns happened within historic times. Mariners often have come across a new island, or they have discovered to their surprise the absence of a charted bit of terra flrmn. In the neighborhood of the Aleutian chain two mountains lifted themselves out of the ocean a while ago, with much fire, steam and gmoke. They are called Boglslof and Grewingk. Having slowly grown to great size, they now are disappearing gradually. Kansas City Stnr. From Chlorine to Aspirin. Chlorine nnd n lot poisonous gnses are produced from coal-ta- r products. From, chlorine is developed l, nnd from chlorbenzol, acetic unhydride of asplrlu. Aspirin Is also a coal-ta- r product made from sallcyllc-acld- . Chlorine was llrst made in Germany, but the war compelled us to make our own, and a plant was established at Niagara Falls. This little Illustration of how aspirin Is mude shows what American chemists can do If given opportunity to work out these chemical problems. Aspirin, heretofore manufactured exclusively by Germans, is now made In America. chlor-benzo- of I rvAt 'jS.aAU . KIIKMKF'S SALT! I By virtue of execution No. 11C3, 3 2 rJSJL directed to me, which Issued from tho J office of tho Clerk of the Ohlp Circuit T Court, In favor of W. J. Mercer, ' against S. B. Huff, etc. I will on' Saturday, December 10, 1021, at tho mines of Huff, Colyer Coal Conr' 9 rpany, near Old Render, Kentucky, at A Safe Old FasLioned lat in..1 about tho hour of one o'clock p. Remedy for Worms expose to public sale to tho highest Seventj.fiveyercontin. descrlb-c- d nd best bidder, the following uouauje is the best testi. personal property viz: or so much raotil.1 FXEY'S VERU1FUCE flcever go so fnsja he can.' Preety thereof as may be necessary to make caneuer you. ess for nearly a year with gradually Keep a bottle always on Increasing acceleration. One scientific queeck da nlr was begin getta fresh J plaintiff's said debt interest and cos.: hand. It will help keep explanation Is the presence of nn ab- an was no mooclw smell. But when Ten bank cars. the liql one healthy normal quqiitlty of wuter In the chalky we reaclin tree four mile down da Ono steam engine. and happy, road and was no nioocha smell only causlimestone core of the mountain, 30c abottle alyour drortiat'a or Levied on as tho property of the general etore; or it your dealer leetle bit da boss know hees pipe was ing the collapse of great caverns and can'l upplyyou.tendhUname and located at their mines go back and gojie. So lie iiuikn me the slipping of strata. and 30c in atatnpa and we'll geeva look. I not gotta nioochn trou- nt Old Bender, Kentucky. aend you a boula promptly. ble for locate Jusa follow da smell L4S. FRET. BiWe, ML The above sale to be mado upon a New Uses for Airplanes. Bathing from alrpjanes Is going to nnd when almosta knockn mo down credit of three months. Tho purbe the correct thing for those that can dat was da pipe. chaser will be required to execute When we reach da sen we afford It. People at Cavallnre, n sebond with approved security to havo lect little seaside place on 'the Med- some frlen. Da boss llghtn hees pipe. the force and- - effect of n Judgment. WILL iterranean, gather on the beach every een (In house and everybody go out. The amount of debt, interest and TAKE QUF morning to see the coming of a young I no Hkn dat way so I telja heem eef cost to bo raised on day of; said sale couple in their airplane. The man Is wnnta smoka da pipe gojlown by dn Is $105.00; his own pilot. Iloth are dressed In ocean where ees open place and plcntn Given under my hand this the 16th bathing costume with peignoir. The weend. machine alights gently on the very So nexn day he taka my Idee and day of November, 1921. A Trealirent S. A. BBATCHEn, edge of the surf nnd then the occugo down by dn ocean. 1 feegure noaSBBBBBBBBBBslar 7Z pants jump straight In for their swim. body gotta go out eef he" smoka on fla 22t3 Co for WEA. Sheriff of Ohio Sometimes they fly right out to sen beach. But I am meestnke een dat LUNGS Of and dive In, Ienving their airplane In place llkn other one. Da boss and charge of a professional pilot. .Anbees pipe was been no more as coopla CONSUMPTION How's Your Stomach ? other development of ale traffic may hours by da ocean wlienjjti tide could no stnndn smell and he go out, too. be "airlifts," says nn exchange. Speand Your Liver ? A quick relief for that tired, ' Wot-yocial machines are to be built for takfrrllnc tlnk? couthi, pains la elicit, night iweali. hrmor (Copyright.) ing up people to the mountain tops. is Most Vital to You . Health rharei, weak luot or coniumpllon. It It doea-as-t O- Tills is the'result of a Swiss aviator's help you It .cost you nothing. a) Durham, N. C. "Aa for Dr. Tierce's exploit In lauding on the summit of Lock box etc Golden Medical Discovery which I uso OHIO MEDICAL CO, Mont Blanc. Tourists will step Into COLUMBtift r constantly, I don't believe thcro is a betthe plane nt the door of their hotel ter liver medicine made. I use it for headand reach the mountain peak in --10 ache, stomach disorders and torpid liver. minutes. It is not unpleasant to take ant does not V-V-ER leave condition as so many of tho liver pills and medicines do. It Stingy. does its work and leaves one feeling like Mayor Hylan at a dinner- - was dea n new person." Howard Holdcn. 1300 fending New' York. Glenn St. ' You can qujckly put yourself in A- -l "New York," he said, "is a big tarcondition by going to your druggist and get, so she's easy to hit, and everybody obtaining this Discovery of Dr. Pierce's takes n shy' at her. in tablets or linuidor write D,r. Pierce, ', "A Chicago man canle home one evepresident Invalids' Hotel, in Buffalo, ning and said to his wife: ' N. Y., for free medical advice. "That new butler of ours he's no In, butler. He's a crook. He's wanted -- vy V w T VerMtne Fortlia'Clrildren S3 3L m v s YOU. A GERMINAL REMEDY. mUL$ m FOR.ONE MONTH USE LI LAX Xi For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oi Constipation, .1 Has Five Sets of Twins In Eight Yeara. Weston, la. Mrs. Hose McCombs, wife of a fanner living near here, Is the mother of the fifth pair of twins rubber-tippeIn eight years. All tho ten children Four round-end- , mallets are well. A sisttfr of Mrs. McCombs, uud four bulls of distinctive colors, six Mrs. Annie Forbes of Sioux City, re- numbered aluminum pockets to be set cently became tho mother of her sec- on the lawn at specified places, and ond fcet of triplets. Another sister of two end stakes constitute the outfit for. two or four players. The pockets are Mrs. McCombs, who lives lu Sacra-incutarranged li) a rectangle, which my be Cal., bus two pair of twins. of considerable size, nnd each player-I- s allowed three mallet strokes to 4 pocket his ball, junking many Interesting situations.-Popula- r Mechanics. "Stung" by d o, New Lawn Game. A new lawn game of unusual Interest has been devlsed.'wiggestlng some of the features of golf, table pool uud croquet, but Imitating none of them. New York." "My goodness," said the man's wife, "haven't they got enougji crooks In New York? What on earth do they want anyraore for?" &. cwjjy a -- EvoryVomnnWanls riikiMaaifa:iu7gi3.:i -inilam-motion- i - Making a Motion Picture. Usually 150,000 to 200,000 feet are l, run through tho enmeras to get u six-ree- $50 Fine for "Harboring Vicious Bee" Kansas City, Mo. Tho Missouri Supremo court will be called upon to decldu a citizen's tight to keep bees, If plans of the National Apiary association nre carried out In the case of Lee Coojey, who was fined $50 In the municipal court hero on complaint of neighbors that he harbored "a vicious bee." He Knew Where, All night. "You say your father wus wounded in thenvar?" "Yes, sir; very bad," "Was he ihot In the ranks?" "Nosslr; in the stummlck." or 0,000-foo- t motion picture. The director stntions three, four or iivo cameras to take the same scene. Ho has one camera close beside the struggling villain and hero, another grinding from nn elevation, still another at this angle, oue more at that angle. When nil of these negatives are developed, parts of euch enter Into the composition of the completed reel. Indianapolis News. Memory Fifty-fift- Hdw ItjiSfcirf Ei THE JURY. nfter the Norman Curia Regis, or King's curt, appointed twelve Krilghts to inquire Into uud examine various mattery which might come before it. Suitors at tho Curia Regis begun to summon these twelve to Inquire Into and judge their suits. Thus, originally, the Jury (Latin, Juiire. to sweor) wero twelve men sworn to Investigate and Jitdco evidence. During tho reign of Henry IV the Jury was restricted to Its present function as Judge oi fitcjs SHORTLY FOR PEHSrVrMA! . HVr.lKMP Di.aolved for douches itoprl ..peivic caumi, ulceration and Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh. sore throat and sore eye Economical., nu nmoMirury rhaDunz and gcrmicSJal power. Sae9laFrM5Qc, all Jrutgiu, er potiaid by lnu3. ThePaiiooTo3elCoaipaay.Dortoo.Maii. j Feci right all tho time Don't lay ol from work for days by taking calomet when pleasant LiO'Vtr-Lo- x kecpa yos on your feet, whilorclievingyourtroujb' lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl take anythfng else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tcm and relieves constipation. A nat Ural remedy, natural in its actions, sum in its effect nnd certain in results. Ir yiiJi won't bo long beforo completely displace calomel in evert home.. Children can take it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, antccti. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nor genuine without the likeness and signsv-tur- e of I K Grigsby. For Bale by . IVTULilAlU. . Hartfet-4-. R ax ;: t ' y EAGLE "MIKADO". As r-- tobacco." i "You object to a woman who smokes?'1 "No, buj jfce doesn't smoke." , Sherlock Holmes In Love. "And when I kissed her I smeled "Do you remember the time when your father drove a donkey curt?" The parliamentary candidate ilxed his eyegla-nnd gnzed thoughtfully at the Interrupter. Then ho replied: "As a mutter of fact, I had.qulte forgotten the car. But I am thankful to see the donkey is still alive." London Tit-Bit- 'JHPencil IHJiMXH No. 174 A . for J . 2UO at your Uealer ASK FOR TIIE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAUD ' I S Mado Ia fWe Eradea only. , - - EAGLE MIKADO . (Copyilfbt.) ri; : EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK FAKM DEPARTMENT. TSUiiinllnx the Vi'itrly lurrpjt. ' from perflclally Is by moans of naphtha-Hlicclone crystals thoroughly rubbed Into yiohls of lambs, and wool dopoud It. 4'ho pulorlzcd crysfals and the ho Jnrgely upon tho breed Of sheep so- - dirt which has been dislodged-malpclrd. With owes of any ono of tho romovod by whipping, brushing with medium-size- d mutton breds tho Unit-- , n wlsk broom or by n vacuum cleanDepartment of Agriculture or. ed 8tntes '- points out that 115 per cent fo Jambs bo raised, nnd 150 per Sent Is ran Promptly After not Infrequently reached. Tho wool Hcniovnl clln varies from "1 to 11 pounds per After country fides nnd skins have ..i i owe. The larger muttoubrords ye, bc(m 8ecu ,oro as do also he fine wen 1. hut ftndtagRed,hlp them tftmBrket wlth. erj the value pnr pound of tho ed gtfltcs In rormnl time been less on account Do not lment of AgrIcuIture. groasv. o tho greater proper In tho bu in coupar son With cattle and swine rug of or .l.rc can bo made to yldd , Promptness In ly tho same not returns on tho a1uo n,w ad ml If fo of the land If weU carod particularly to ll aaPt- M.t on lahds reasonably kml Thoy hcat- rapld,y a(tcr cd for sheep raising ,)()ng undIed nnd not weatHer especially must reach their destlna- CoJop of Eggshell Mnkrg No Differ- - tl'on quickly. Hides nnd sklnrf should bo shipped ciicc In Qiinllly. ' oggshell M directly as U practicable and ee"oiirh tho n,..0r of an onomlcal to reliable dealers who sell ls no ndlcatlon oi the chemlcilVom- People In dlf- - direct to tanners thus eliminating post;, I. of Itir content, . . necessary middlemen or agents. RocCllos and .n dlfferonr rathe- - decided PeaUd handling tends to reduce tho of Mip .ountry have and skins. For most preferences for either white or brbwn Quality of hides farhiors, ranchers, nnd small butch-th- e Tho wlso troducor K "8 It would bo desirable If thcy-coul- d Un"' i. and dla.i'ies of though they may dispose of their hides, and skins live customers , oven . A mediately after removal, without salt-notion. mistaken ...,., tie based on a ...... Is gen- . un " In nnd curlnc them, but this brown Cgg IB jubi ns nuiniiuHB egg and a white one Is Just orally Impracticable, since only a few white .. , .. . ..r., npnr pnmifrh tn tanneries or deat Z hs full ot jneai as a iiruwii ors equipped 7 7 handle their to Bays the 'United States one, a ducts. of Agriculture, If Whenever thus favorably situated, person's color Idiosyncrasy is satis- may get a little producers find It both profitable and Ilcd, however, ho practicable to sell tho hides and skins more good out or tho egg ho eats. egg Is largely, or In tho greon, unsajted condition. In Tho color ot an case, however, should thjs jnothod almost entirely, dependent upon the no lffld It. In gen- - bo considered unless tho producer Is breed of tho bird that tho green hides and erul the American breeds Plymouth certain that delivered promptly. As a Reds and Wyan- - skins will bo Kocks lthodo Island 24 hours after skinning Is the dottes lay brown eggs. As all these rule. ear lobes, it may be maximum time ' advisable, breeds have red said that red lobes mean brown eggs. Tho brown egg Is popular In New Gooa Fo0, CoillWlllllons And Fuel Kngland npd brings a premium on yw lh(J JJo(,JV , . . . .... jjuBivi, n.wi Prnvinniico markets. ,r m nauiuon 10 an unuersimiuni ui nits Duinn Although tho content ot this egg la th(J fJvo food ,groupS( u j8 Well to I the same as that.ot a white ono, Jhore knQW what proportion8 to use of tho ' is u difference In tho covering, me food8 ,n each group tne United Statea shells ot brown eggs are harder and jepartmont of Agriculture pdints oui. tho skin underneath tho shell Is Ag R nUe tho d)et w b0 8ufI1clcntly tougher. In hatching, tho chicks bu)ky and fIavorful and wll ur. havo a little harder work getting out n,gh th(j rght j,ro,,ortlon8 ot 8tarch, nm, gugaji ff)J. Uj0 tMle of mogt than thoso thstt happened to develop In shells or ngnicr imw people If tho vegetables and fruits In Now York tho white egg brings furnlsU ubout v,0 pirv. cent ot tue fuei; a premium of 7 to 10 conts a dozen at . k mcat egK3 and similar some seasons, but It Is probable that foods 20 per cent: the cereal foods l tho Now Yorker gets no moro nour 30 per cent; sweets', 10 per cent: .. cenn A ishment nor enjoyment out oi ms t fm)(l 2Q breakfast than tho Uostonlan, who. diet made up on thoso proportions. nnvH a" similar premium, for brown wjlf also furnish satisfactory kinds eggs. Owners of poultry farms aro and amounts of protein, mineral sub" well aware of thU prcferonco In tho stances, and vltamlnes. metropolis, and as" a result the poultry farms in New York, Formula For Making Shoes WaterNew Jersey. Delaware, and Pennsylproof lu nil Seasons. vania ktcp fowls, mostly Leghorns, Waterproofed leather bpots and that produce white eggs. f.The white snucs aro very suusiuciur; lur pro- ....j... 9 .u ..1.11. Inn ihll T. Clival " egg'.Koreeosj in uuumuu itectlng tho feet during rain or snow Spanish, tho i storms. Thoy 'also keep hprnH, "aro tho Black the porsplr- Mlhorca, and all tho Mediterranean i n nro not ng obJectlonable lirolids. All of these breeds bavo rubbei Jn thl8 respcct I ....1. nnM l.tllO. In summer the grease used for g In Philadelphia tho prcforenco Is shoes and boots largely for whlto eggs and this should bo harder than that used in largely from the same ter- winter. S.nce hoavlly greased shoes as Now York for IU highest .have a tendency to cause the feet to ritory grade eggs. Chicago gets, farm eggs perspire and swell Ini hot weather. from all parts of the Middle West that and thero is also less need, for waterare sorted and graded by thoso wno rC8gtant 8h068 , BUmmer tnan , pack- - thorn. Thoro is no pronouiiMU wmter)flnd sprJnB( ,t ,a rare,y -- d vlsa. preference in that city. Tho 1 acipo Wo tQ put ag n)uch groa8Q m th(j coa'Bt prefers whlto eggs, and 'Krt0M at that'tim of (he year. In .. for which fv...v. Hie i luib" ..n,.lrv nlants Leghorns., summer the tiuantlty of urease used ' California Is famous, keep shou!tifiot e.veed tho amount that . Tho Asiatic fowW. meat breeds tha i tp leather will ul.e up w'tlruu numbers, have eu'ving its r, 4iro kept only In small sur.tic" greasy. In brown especially If it Is desired to sered lobos and lay. good-size- d and 1ho cure eggs. the maximum water resistance, rulo huld goqd a mixture ot greaso and oils whlcb is whltclobo-whlto-eg- g ot Department in nil casqa until the not too hard when cold L$.re'iuli"d, AkrlcultuVo developed a new uroeii. ,ilt mcro of ,1$s gt;Mi jin . notf breed, the Lajnoua, is largo lQnUier AVlu bsorh mar bo used An 'This 'sntlnfv tho farmer, tho excess will do no ha nil and will mako . " viiuunw in r, backyard poultrymnn, and tho pack-"o- the leather jnoro wafer reslsnn', attractlvp to tho egg umV still is For water proofing nothing bettor producer. Ono of Its, most striking than tho following dimple- - formulas j , pocurialltltB is lhat It has a- red ear Is nown to tho United Sia'oa inhn find lava a whlto egg. With so Vnllo tho of Agriculture many big markots preferring tho department believes that tlieso for nddl- whlto egg this breed, with tho mulas da not Infringe on any exist" tional advantage of size, good quality ing patents, or pending applications . if, meat, yellow skin and legs, ought for,imtent, it can asbumo no respon' . "Io bo popular. sibility In the matter. . . FORMULA yi rcWH& . - llruiii-Neutral Wool greaso, 8 ounces J How To PeuirFurA r Furs may "bo cleaned by. vashlng dark fbtrolatum, 4 ounces; paraffin In gasoline or in bujb niado with wax, 4 ounces. FORMULA 2, r castllo Bonp and 'a llttlo borax, folPetrolatum 1 pound; boe3vix 2 lowed -- by several rinsings In clear water, Is a helpful suggestion iroru ounces, FORMULA 3. the Biological Survoy.Unlteds States It U Petrolatum, 8 ounces; Paraffin Department of Agriculture. boflt'to hapg them out of'doortf to dfy. wax, 4 ounces: Wool grease. 4 ounces -When dry or nearly so. they require and crude, turpentine gum, 2 ounces, FORMULA 4 and rubbed on tho to bo stretched 12 ounces, Cod oil, 4 Tallow, flesh ajdo to make thjm pliable again. may be brightened ounces. ,, Fur garments "by sponging them with gasoline and Wheeling In the lungs Indicates . then rubbing corn meal Into the fnr up the that phlegm Ib obstructing the air while It la still damp to lake ' particles of dirt that haY been loos- - passages. Ballard s Horehound' loocens the Dhlecni so that It can us- " -enod. Gasoline should never be up and ejected,, Price wbera Its fumw cam be coughed ed; of course, . 30c, 60c and $1,20. Sold by Ohio came In contact with fire. ' m Wlher wa.y af cleaning 'fur su- - County Drug Co. p. FADS ARE OLD AS PYRAMIDS r . Mute Story Told by Mummies of Doth ,' Egypt and Peru In Field Mu. seUm n Chicago. llnbhod heir, concealed cars, short skirts nnd all tlio other fails and' foibles associated with modern women's stylos nre us old ns (ho pjrumldrf, according (o the inuto .story lohPby tlio mumm.'cs of both l'2pt nnd 1'cru In the Klutd muspum In Chlcngo. . Wrapped In their yltclied shrouds, itnd t'licased In xnrcoplmgl covered wllh curious paintings nnd hieroglyphs In colors still bright nftcr !, WW jours or more, tlieso mummies, nil that was mortnl of human beings of" nges ngo, today link the present to n civilization longjtlucc dead. Tho dally center oT thouwnds of curious oyes, for the mummies seem to hold i strnngo fascination for everj' visitor to the museum, they are silent spectators o( the passing throngs, but the paintings which adorn their rest- -' Ing pfnecs tell niore plainly than words o'f styles, customs nnd manners of n forgotten nge. "Why, mn, the) 're drcsicd Just like the girls we see on Michigan boule-turdexclaimed nn nged visitor to (ill wife as they gazed nt the strnnge figures adorning the sarcophagi. "It appears like they did not wenr a Mt moro thnn they do now," the womnn answered ns the pair moved ," ., GALLON US fact, we are prepared. to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In sr . ra.-tux.- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ' ,- ot nwny. con-rider- s ' fur cry from the 'Nile of Cleopatra's clay to the Pacific coast of I'cru In South Amcllcu, but mummies from both regions, lying njinnst within i en eh ot encii other now, but In life Ignorant of each other's existence, bear graphic evidence of the greatest similarity and- - proficiency In funny nrts at u time when the Norsemen Were ravaging Europe nnd tho Old World had almost sunk Into barbarism. It Is n I I BLANK DEEDS, MORTC ACES, , ftc, I1T STOCK. - have something to SEL,L or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad"-- in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. IT IS SPORTING French Writer Explains Vhy Divorces Are-Mor- vi PROPOSITION In America Common Than Elsewhere. The Hportlng' spirit expresses Itself every phaso of America's nationnj lift'. Marrlago In thp United States is ii very different thing from whnt It Is In France. It Is a rare for happiness If you wish; but" each one races for himself alone. Sex competition supplants sex cooperation. Kach parrj. prcscn-e-s his or her ImliWdtmt Interest nnd freedom of opinion. There Is little or no real Intimacy, though much luxury supplied, It Is always understood, by the hushnnd, writes Georges Lechnrtlcr, In T.a Itevuo de Pnrls. But no matter how liberal the latter may be. his wife usually thinks, nnd often says, that he might be more so. Taming n husband has the same sporting Interest for nn American girl us taming a hor3e, hunting In the Rockies, or trout Ashing in Canada. However, when once the conquest Is made and the fish hooked, there Is less Interest. This explains why divorces are more cornraon In the United Slater than anywhere else in the world. In Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED i. I. HARTFORD, Vive-- KENTUCKY TUE BuuR SLAMS ON HAPPINESS Call on Tlio Republican lying here in bod, mother, apd wondering wrhat became ot my union Job Printing. for Fine -- t suit." Heartburn Is a symptom of indi gestion. Take a dose ot Herbine in such cases. The pain disappears Instantly. The. bowels operate speedily and you feolflne, vigorous and cheerful. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio' m County Drug Co. 'J-- com--merc- Poor Blood Makes Bad Health Then Gme$ the "Blues" I Giant Searchlight. Crossing the bay from Snn Francisco In the direction of Sausalito, one roes in the distance the most enormous piece of sculpture In tho world, the figure of a beautiful woman, wonderfully on the summit of which Is being Installed a searchlight of riOO.OOO.OOO candlepower. Kqulpped with a lens five feet In diameter, Its light, in the clear California atmosphere, Is expected to, be lsible from Mount Shasta, 175 mile distant. Occupying n position 2,87." feet above xea linel, the beam 'of tho searchlight will shine out over the top of summer fogs that ofttimes cover the bay ot Snn Francisco. But the fog banks nre to be made to furnish Interesting colot pictures when the light Is thrown upon .them thrqugh color screens. New Use for Banana Fiber. Samples of hnnd.woveu cloth made In Hnxt Africa froln bnnauii, liber hnvi bftpn brought to Austmlla by Captnbi Hydohl, nnd growerson the northern livers of thlH Mute have become in terested In the possibilities ot utlllzlnj of the bnimna Industry the Several gradeS of bnnaita fiber havi been prepared and Captan Hydahl be llevcs that portions can he used hi tin manufacture of artificial silk. Kxpvrt ments nre being nindo to nscertnln tin comuuTflul mvIuc of banana ucts In tho manufacture of cloth, silk rope, twlif and paper. liy-pni- d Once the vigor, of red .blood be BOY'S SACIUPICE . FURTHEnS TEACE comes sappod ot Us strength, the door to, happiness is literally slammed. Was Very Weak 5 realistic It is Mount Tamalpals, waTcr-proofln- Vln-te?- ,,.h Weariness of body follows and It unof Berkeley, Cal to.ok his toy depressed engenders failingly thoughts. To be, reserved and cheer- cannon to tho police and surrcudoved less becomes a habit. After a time tho "wea'pon" in the interesta of disthere is an almost filmy dimness in armament ho acted purely on avchild-is- h Impulse. But when. Mrs. C L. tho expression of tho eyes and a pallor to the skin. Days seem dulland KIoss, wife of an Oakland pastor, dark and difficult. A sense of Insuf heard of it she got the Ideaot using propa- th"e incident as natlon-wld- o ferable gloom prevades the spirit t:ipti i in thnt Gude'a Pento - Man - ' ganda to carry tho message of Ain- gan Is tho great help. It Is a red j orlcan women to tho conference del- iinn,i hulldbr. It nuts red into tho , egates. Uhce again we see tno rui- blood Increases tte number of - cor - ffillment of, tho biblical saying, . .. aU tl J nlinll tnnil 4Yn " "" puscles which make nioou ncn ami ItWln I o,i . Whon tho Mnnil . mstnred to . ..W ..w .ww. I VU, Should Jio Quarantined. its natural healthy stn.te, the sensa Many physicians believe that any- g returns. Instead ot tion of shuffllnc along carelessly, thero Is one who has a bad cold should bo tho firm and snrlngy stop, tho bright completoly isolated to .prevent other liftterful eyes, tho clear complexion, members of the family and associates Identified with the strength and vigor from contracting tho disease, as colds The druggist has are about as catching as .measles. One of, good henlth. n In both' liquid thing sure the sooner one rids hlmGudo'g rself oi a cold the less tho danger, and tablet form. Advertisement. and you will look n good while bem fore you fjnd a better medlcln than Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy to aid FOR FLETCHER'S yoUJn curing a cold. " in n. 1 When foir-year-o- ld Ralph Waisen-e- 'i", "" "" "After the birth of myil baby I had x back-set- ," writes Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, of Glade Spring, Va. "I was" very ill; thought 1 was going to die. I was so weak I couldn't rafse my head to get a drink of water! I look . . . medicine, yet I didn't get-an- y bcfler. I was constipated and very weak, getting worse and worse. IsentforCardul." well-bein- TAKE Pepto-Mangn- OMldren Cry - CM "I found after one bottle of Cardul I was Improving," adds Mrs. Crosswhite. "Six botI tles of Cardul and was cured, yes, I can say they were a God-seto me. I believe I would have d(ed, had it not been for Cardul." Cardul has been found beneficial in many thousands of other cases of womanly troubles. It you feei the need of X good, strengthen ing 'tonic, why iwt try Cardul? Itmaybeut ' what you ned. The Woman's Tonic - I t- Australian Gems In Prance. Australian gems are finding u rendj w elcome lu Krnnco and tho rough opn from Queensland and elsewhere has i good Kfllej. Ono French lapidary re cently told the Now South Wales com mJssloner to the Lyons exhibition tha' ho was 'willing to spend 300.000 franci In equipping a factory .with nil tin latest devices solely .for tho cutting o, the, Australian rouah opal. The genu shown In France by l'ercy Marks, tin commissioner, citused lutense Interes In the gem trade and the effect on thi Australlau. miner may be far reaching Would Never Do. -- - "The butler go." Is, Incompetent and mus Sy,-ru- D -- "I canXlet the butler go, ( He'll glv. away family secret." "Thero is no skeleton lu our faiully.1 "I know that, wife. Mut I can't af ford to hnve my frKnda know hov much hootch I got' In the cellar. -- Lautevllle Courier-Journa- l. -- i Ho I can hold my breath twp minutes! 4 WOMK.V I.OSK OUT IX N. Y. i She You don't say! And it's pretty strong tonight too! Wayside For tho first time since wonioivi j Tales. were granted suffrage In Now York state, the next asembly will bo minus Surgeons agree that In cases of a woman member, owing to the dej cuts, burns, bruise? and wounds, the feat of Miss Margaret Smith, former first treatment is most Important. member from New York, and tho When an efficient antiseptic is refailure ot the women candidates to plied promptly, there is no danger of win at the recent election. Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or A MYHTKIUOUS DLSAl'l'BAHAXCn beast, Borozone Is tho ideal antlsep- 'tic and healing agent. Buy It now -" A girl nan gono 10 a uinuer. ine antj be reany for an emergency youijg man who sat beside her noticed Price 30c, 60c, and J1.20. Sold by a'speck of what appeared to be lint ( Ohio County Drug Co. m ' on her shoulder, When she wasn't j looking he attempted to knock it off) a farmer came to the city to visit with bis finger. Aftr several futile ' 80me relatives. He remained until attemptsvhe took hold ot the lint and patience on the part of his hosts had started to pull It off. He Unraveled ceased to be a virtue. several yards of the tleec'y stuff and Don't you think," he was asked, when be seemed to hae all ot it, "that your, wife and children must threw the wad under the table. B)M you?" That night the iglrl told hor ni'th- "TnaCs so. I hadn't thought ot er, that she had had a perfectly lerely that. I'll send fer them immediate- tiipe. "Butv'1 she added, "I have bees y," -7. OASTO R fM m ... nd .- - .1 All uni Dnjxut r rr- - v -- ? r' m I! '4 w to r? Your Xmas Gifts KODAKS AND BROWNIES No. 0 Brownie Camera Nd. 2 Brownie Select Them From The Largest And ' Most Complete Line in Ohio County DOLLS Watorman ?2.00 JWJO Ideal Fountain Pons $2.50 Up. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES Camera Erorshnrp Pencils, Enameled, Sllvor plated and gold filled 05c to 93.00 Chinese Baskets, well made and beautifully ornamontod 75c 0 Mahogany Jewel Boxes and Chinese Baskots filled with Whitmans and CnseR, Decorated Jjlii.OO Leather No. 2a Brownie Camera 3.50 to $12.00 Choc5 Gonulno Slcoplng Beauties " 05c to $5.00 .. .,,, Others ,a.V to (rl.00 Kowples . . . ; $1.00 to $;l.0:) BOX. PAPERS JWc Folding , Autographic Brownies 80.00 to plG.OO Regular packages of Whitman's olates Eastman Autographic Kodaks $8.00 lo 927.00 . 'H to pounds t. to $.1.75' 75c to $8.00 Largo assortment pt burio Candies., nt lowest prices. ,v Kodak Albums, Carrying cases and Developing Outfits. can supply round boxes of Whitman's Chocolates to fill these. TOILET sets' $5.00 to $15.00 MANICURE SETS $2.00 to J?iO.O(L , PATI1E PHONOORAPIfH $05.00 to $185.00 easy terms Sapphire and steel needle .Records, tho Jatcst 85c SPECIAL XMAS BOXES of IITgh Oradd Cigars, 5 to 2(i cigars '" In box 50c to $it.50. - PI PBS . 35c to $0.00 Cigar and cigarette holders and. cases, all price. Safety Razors andyShavlsg Sets.,. , "THE DARK-EYE- D ONIY-Ai- I Beaver Dam Drug Company STOIRJE" SDES.lL'VIESZl ID-A-il ' ff f SUSAN g' By PAULINE BARNETT. by McClure , 1921, Newspaper Sjrmltcata i f r i As Sue sat knitting. ttu. the enimln of the fashionable Jiotcl. the favorite winter resort of the wenfthy, the bull of pink yarn rolled off her lap and down the veranda steps. With u cry of dismay Sue rushed to capture It It would neer do to Imvo It hulled, for the wrap Was for Nora, nnd Nora wus so "partlculnr." Sue looked off, at the distant tennis court -- where hci sister . and some friends weic playing, ami. a little sigh escaped her. $j. "I do hope Nora finally lands that young inhtu" she thought. "She bus been angling for him all beacon. We really ought not to' be here at all it's so very expensle but Nora neier worries where the money conies from, eo I suppose I'll have to. give up the Idea of home ntiw dresses for myself. Oh, dear J I um So sick of making over ami trying to look presentable I Rut 'there, that's what must be expected when one Is the homely elder bister of n beauty." But "Sue was really not a homely girl nt all nor old, either, being barely three years the senior of the spoiled hnd petted "baby, ulster" left lu her cure when their mother died. "The taller of those men Is very Sue thought, as the four from the courts sauntered tpwnrd the hotel, "but I like the other man's face better. Nora said he was an artist well, I guess he won't waste a look on me I'm hardly a sight for artistic -cast-offsgood-looking- never knew these things before. No ono wns ever Interested enongh to tell me. Indeed I nm not angry. I shall profit by your advice." "Some day I shall paint youns you looked today," said Cartwrlght. "I'll poso you with a great bunch of 'Rlaek-cyeSusans' In your arms. Will you be my model?" Rut Sue shook her head shyly and sped away her heart singing as she went. Nora was already dressed and waiting for the dinner bell. The meal had reached tlif second course when Alan, looking toward the e ulr, door, paused, fork poised with a muttered exclamation. "I say, Rex, will you look who's beret What a beauty!" Rex looked und smiled, for straight towurl them came Sue, looking like n Her radiant vlsloi) as she .walked. dainty yellow frock (that Nora had dlscardi-because the color was not becoming) was caught up here and there wlfli little knots of, brown and yellow rlbbojis, while n brown and yellow girdle encircled her slender waist. She had to pass the two men to reach Nora, and as she did so Cart wrlght rose and whispered: "I see my model Is ready for me I shall call the picture 'MY Dark-cjeSusan'" with emphasis on the first word. Sue did not nnswer, but when she had seated herself, enjoying to the full her sister's utter .astonishment, she let-hgaze rest folr a moment upon her companion of tlie.nfternoon, nnd over the libuds of the others their, eyes met in a look of complete understanding. In-thd er 8 fg . MB, MOTLEY By 1921. NINA-RAMSA- yes. ! fig jnust get out Nora's things for "I'd better go In," she decided. "I by McCture Newipaper Syndicate. M i if "My Dear Miss Landers You will She turned hastily to leave the porch 'no doubt think me very bold for adwhen, for the second time that day, the dressing you without jin Introduction, truant bull of yarn slipped from her 'you I um absolutely In grasp and rolled merrily down to the but I assure green lawn. With a sharp exclamation earnest. I have seen jou many times in the neighborhood of your college, of dismay Sue sturted to the rescue, ami my sincere admiration has nt lust but too late. The young nmii whom overcome discretion. Can you will hhe decided wns tfie artist leaped foryou meet me at the Plaza hotel next ward and caught It up almost before Friday etenlng, for dinner? I "will It had time to touch the ground. , ' wear a white carnation, aud, If you ! -a ;r. wish, my mother can accompany us, , Several days later Cartwrlght way"Please find It lu your heart to do J5ue Just as she was lealng the laid this, Miss Landers, and my everlastdining room the lust to go. ing gratitude and devotion will be "t'ome for n little walk," he begged. yours. ' "I feel so restless toduy, Do come and "Most sincerely, your""frlend, help me tianip It off." . "GEORGE SI10TOVER." She raided startled eyes to his, for A short silence followed the drano one In the hotel had ever asked Ifer matic reading of this curlnis letter, before. then a shrill.chorus. of excited feminine U'II go," she said, "but we'll have "air: to hurry off before Nora sees us," and voices rent the "Kate'l" shrieked Wag, her roomwithout any more ceremony tho young perman grasped her liand und, like truant mate and bosom friend, "how children, the two sped over the lawn fectly "My denr, don't you Imnslne he'll bo and on and on to u little hidden path In that led to- - the river, where, Anally, j a poet or something?" "Or'inabo knows Hushed nnd breathless, Sue sank down i the movies." "I wonder if he you will upon the soft bank of moss at the nny more nice men?" "Kate, Keep the date, won't you, dear?" edge. Her color wns glorious, water's Kate spoke for the first time. "I'm her.Ualr, loosened, lay In damp tetnlrlls not so sure," she said, thoughtfully. upon her forehead, and as she looked "Kntherlnu Evangeline Landers I" up at him laughing, Rex Cartwrlgl't protested four angry joung voice., was umazed to Und that his compuhloii "Why not?" was u very pretty girl. "Kate!" Indignantly, "Just what Is Cartwrlght, wealthy, traveled, artis tic, set himself out to entertain the the matter with that lovely letter?" "Well, If you must know, It sounds girl, talking us only a man can tulk who has known all the advantages that fishy lo me too good to be true. Ah, money win gle. And the girl listened ha, RlUy Williams, what are joti snigfascinated and then was drawn on gering at are you ullas Itr. George to talk of herself, and so Cartwrlght Shotoer?" "Better get n table at the Plaza Frl-da- y learned for the Unit time that she ulglit and watch the fun, kids. no wotd of was Nora's sister. But complaint did she utter, "She's a. I'a changed my mind." suld Kate. "Now what." Inquired a rueful Billy, brick," thought the muti. "I must go back," nnnounced Sue, nfter she had gone, "do you suppose as the dinner hour approached, "to alio meant by that?" A few minutes later Kate's slim, I help Nora to dress." "Will you allow me an artist's priv- boyish figure could, bo seen hurrying the corner ilege" asked' Cartwrlght, as they down Eeretf street. At uncertainly, drug store she slopped aeured the house. Sue nodded. MVell.youug lady, you should weur then tinned nnd walked boldly, In und yellows, or reds or rose shades In up to the telephone booth. Hello, may I ".Main. 000, please our frocks. With your clear, dark skin and dark eye, those colors would speak with Mr Motley. Oh, Is this ou speaking. Hugh,? Tills Is Knle. hnriuonl7e beautifully. And jjear your No, no, not that. I merely wanted t luilr loose Just as It was hisqfter-nooIt Is such prolty hulr,"sroll-- ' usk you to help me out of itinera pe. Ob, Hugh, thanks, Just oodles" , lug. Sue Hushed. Friday evening arrived itt lust. The angry," ho pleaded. "You are not dining-rooof tho Plant "Yon see, I can't help being an artist." luxurious sparkled lu (he glow of softly shaded Oh,uo," said the girl, qujckjy. "" 7 Oft- n. lights, nnd the subdued laughter of a plensure-seekhiclientele. In one corner n group of four fiimly clad girls seemed In tho best of spirits. Dinner was progtessing leisurely and a continuous llow of small talk covered their eager sunclllance of the scene. "Kate Is pretty sharp," suggested Billy, "What If she suspects that we wrote the letter great gnus, kids, don't you 'hope, sire comes?" "Methlnks she will look for the wJilte carnntlon." tittered another. "Ah-lii- : cried Billy, rapturously,. will be sweet. Oh, mercy, here she comes now I" Sure enough, a stately nnd nonchalant Knto sauntered easily beyond them to a small table next the wall which had evidently been reserved. "The plot thickens," muttered Wag In a stage whisper. A mnu approached Kate's table, and not one of .the astounded girls was' so astounded thnt she fulled to notlco the sureness'of his step or the way women on all sides turned to watch his powerful figure as he bowed courteously, almost too formally, oev Kate's extended hnnd. But the eyes of all four, girls were riveted on a single white carnntlon in the coat lapel of the . handsome stranger 'In fascinated silence they watched the tableau before them. The mini seated himself opposite Kate and Immediately there ensued a conversation so engrossing that nn obsequious waiter nearly coughed himself Iftmrse trying to attract their nttentlon. Kate smiled and dimpled hew I tellingly and the man's absorption Increased by leaps and bounds, even to the" agonized eyes sl the girls nearby. "Help l" moaned Billy faintly- - "Let's get out of this. I don't quite know what the matter Is I think I've been bewitched.'' 'silence being the easiest means ,of consent, four ery sheepish-lookingirls stealthily gathered up their wraps und were about to hllp silently away when n waiter touched Billy on the arm. "From tlie gen'l'man, mls." Billy automatically .trrtched out her hand to receive a slnglewiilfe carnation, attached to a enrd. The girls crowded close to read In stony silence : "To Miss Billy anil her pals, with the sincere compliments of Hugh Motley, alias Mr. George Shotover." B "re-cng- e -g The Charm of Sound. "It cannot bo denied thnt the audiyour opponent's ence applauded speech." "You must bear In mind," replied Senator, Sorghum, "thnt a speaker, like a muxlclau, may be applauded for Ids. technique, regardless of nnj Ideas he may be attempting to express."- - 0 Youno BY HAIR TONIC NO MORE Men With Small Wanes Find Do Not Demand Aroma Barbers Complain. Girls Hniic to the plnlut of the barbers, enjoins the Milwaukee Journal. Days when youths were "wont to stroll jri, seat themehes and murmur nonchalantly, "Ohe me cverjthlng." nre now history. Modern Lochlunrs buyc discovered that they citn step about with the huly of their choice without surrounding themselves with the nroma of hair tonic. Barbers complain that since the business depression begHn nnd wages have come down, the Beau Bruihmel of wartime prosperity who used to Rpend ?2.fi0 every t'ew'tliiys In Improving his personal appearance Is a thing of the past. "In the days. that are done the boys, would order all the frills known to the tonsorlal artist," snld one- - bnrber. "Now they shhve themselves pntt about once In six weeks get n plain haircut." Another barber admitted thnt he Is forced to use n high type of salesmanship to convince the customer that he ueeds a "massage. The porter, .counting his nlckles when the day's business Is over, lamentswhen he rewas calls the times when "two-bits- " the usual tip. The manicurist admits men nren't susceptible to being vamped. try tho holders of theso securities may seo the lowest go to par within the spac eof n short tlino. Tho latest Wo had a lot of rain during tho quotations, or thoso roportod yester- paRt few Jpys. Tho river Is rising Idny, shewed tho 3&s bringing 96.18 rapidly an Is.alrea'dy higher thnnlt whllo tho Victory .Ifts closed at was fromSJho rains of Nov. 100.00 nnd Victory hit tho mark nut mo tanners- aro about through of 100.02. Other" Issues ranging gathering corn and are ready for the from 37.38 to 97.S4. ' ralni season. Tho steady riso ot theso GovernMrs", Oma Southard, who hns beon ment bonds, as well as Industrial and til for several days, Is better. other bonds nnd stocks is' good "Jim'.' llttlo son of Rex Brown, hns that fatli in conditions U recovered from an attack Qt scarlet growing stronger, or that a money-ma- d fever nnd diphtheria. Country has turned fro lit, a nirs. Cora Brown t; lsltlng her purely speculativo'chnnncl to. one ot mother, 'Mrs. McCrocklln, ot safe nnd solid Investment. PREXTISS 17-l- b, -- 4's 5 orl-don- Little-Bend- . Jl Mr. and Mrs. Alton Yutes. who have been residing In Owensboro, have moved onto the farm of Mrs. Yates' father, Mr. E. L. Brooks. Several from .hero are, delivering tobacco to. OWeneburo this week. Mr. Clyde Bartlett Is 111 with typhoid. Mrs. Bell Brooks and children are spending this week with Mr. E. L. Brooks. T Mrs. Edwin Mason upont Suturday with' Mrs. Cicero Wndo. UfTLADY WELCOMES 'EM ALL Mr. Edwin Mason was in Hurtford Saturday on business. .Dab 'ogt and Cats All Provided l Apartment House In WESTEI1N- - uv. nor WINS New York. ' RIIOADS .SCHOLARSHIP New Yr r. Alt the conveniences for, wives, children, cuts, dugs or other Wllllniu Hugh Peal, 23 years of household pets are lu tho construc- age, a senior In tho University ot Kention of an apartment house to be erect tucky, college of arts und sciences, cd by Mrs, Edgar Saltus, wife of the Center,' Bnllard novelist, Edgar Saltus, whose home Is in La late County, has been awarded tho 1922 at Giles place, here. .Tho accommodations for Mm cats Rhoads Bchgjnrshlp, Oxford Univerand dogs will Include drinking foun- sity Jn Englaild. Mr Peal has made tains and ample spaces for husking In an enviable record In, tho University the sunlight. The plans, as drawn up upd was awarded, the scholarship In and filed with tho city building u. competntlve cqntost over uovoral do not specify whether spo-clapplicants., The scholarship carrljs desigareas and fountains will be an annuity ot SCO pounds rterllng. nated for canines and felines, respec which under the present ratQ fit ex- tively, to avert strife, approxlmately Amule spaces wltliln the patio alsoTlchae. amounto to open air playrooms for are.set off as yqung as a classmate In thefchtldren of the neighborhood. Con-'- k .vcnlence for the wives who occupy, klgfoschool, ot Miss MUdred.SteyoM'-- ! the apartments will Include a pergola son, of La Qtnte.r, the lattor'for some'' " on the roof, time past, stenographer with Barne. & Smith or uarttera. V? J" : Advancing Arts of Peace. But thwe remains to us a great duty of defense ami preNerntion; and there Is opened" to jts, also, a noble pursuit, to which the spirit of the tlmps strongly Invites us. Our proper business Is Improvement. Let our age be the age of Improvement. Xa a day of peace, let us advance, the arts of peace and the works of peace. "Let us develop the re.source of our land, call forth Its poworu. build up Its Institutions, promote nil Its great Interests", and see whether wo also, In our day and generation, may not perform something worthy to be remembered. Let us cultlvute n true spirit of union and harmony. Daniel Web-str- ic To Give Timber "a Shot." The best method of applying preservatives to timber is by the pressure process which is used by practically LIBERTY "BONDS CONTINUE STRONG all large commercial companies, says tho American Forestry Magazine of Washington. By this means, the oil The liberty bond market continor mineral snlj Is forced deeply Into unfor-qee- n wood, thus giving a ues strong and unless some the tissues of the financial adverscs hit the coun- - Ruth. thoroughness and permanence not otherwise attainable. Tliere nre various processes, but all use large and expensive apparatus by which vacuums nnd heavy pressure may be applied In large treating cylinders, which arc usually six feet or more and a hundred feet or more In length, CLEAR RUN Mr Ilnllis Brown, wtfe and llttlo son of Centcrtown, were the guests of Mr. ""t1 Mrs. JJ B. Southard, Nov, ?" and 23. Mr nnd :Mrs. Archlo Saaln and dnughtor of Daniel Roone, Ky,--, were the guests of Mr. P. A. Swnln and family from Wednesday qntil duv Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burgess went (n, Llttlo Bend Sunday to visit Mr. Charlie Elliott and family. (Mr. Otis. Taylor is visiting his father, of "Shults Town." Mr. Clarenco.Pirtlc has bought the CanUins Taylor farm, in the Rob Roy country, of Earl Haycrnft. Considera tion $3,000. xIIc will move on the farm about the first of tho new year. Miss Sarah Barnard, who has boon visiting, her nephews, R. I. Barnard, of Rob Roy and E. P. and Thad Barnard and families of near Beaver Dam, Is now visiting a great-niecMrs, C. Plrtlo and MW Pirtle of Beaver Dam, Route 1. was re(Above communication, ceived last week but betnp late, wo failed to get It In.) -e, ' pardon jiniiirxos " . ARE DISCONTINUED Frankfort, Ky.. Dec. 7. No more hearings on pardon applications will beicrnnted until nfter tho I.ptrtalnliirn noxt. xrnrchp Governor Mor- row announced today, and tho regu lar pardon day, the first Monday in each month, will bo discontinued Iromw' now on. The Governor said that he will bo busy meeting with the budget com- - . mission and working on his niessago until tho session convenes. . His time will bo fully occupied " during the session. 'BIO BAnE" RUTH GETS BIG FINK vr 4& For willfully Ignoring the baseball laws forbidding players who tak part in world's series games, enter-lu-g barnstorming campaigns "Babe" Ruth was given a flno which wfped out his share ot the last fall's. World's sorics money, amounting to, wo be- Heve, approximately $3,200, and in addition was suspended from the game until aonio date In next May. Ju'dge Landls, tho "Lord Hlgh.'Cora-mlsslonof organized' base ball, imposed tho penalty on the refractory . er MAGAZINES COPY , BY THE z 3iJ -- --r- MONTH,--- YEAR AT THE - v. J Ohio County Drug Co. HARTFORD, KY ' , y; TICHENOR-iEACH- : Dealer in MOTOR .CO. well-know- n Bucccsbors (d Hrown & Marnngla ul Automobiles and Accessories GASOLINE AND; CYLINDER OIL. -- ft i,u. A Pil it Street '. ' HARTFORD, KY. fc- - f i .J.H.4WM ....ai."-