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The Hartford republican: December 16, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921121601_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 16, 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. .1" rrxtv 1 The Hartford Republican . Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV IRISH DELEGATES Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1921. Subscription $1.50 per YmuG. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, should hnvo full plennry powers, but that whatever arrangement was ronchod would be BUbmltted to tho Dall for ratification, Tho cabinet, ho declared, would not have sent any five men to negotiate 'n treaty which would bind tho nation without some Inrger body represchtlng the nation having, nn opportunity of criticising and reviewing It. .Mr. de Vnlera said life Idea was thnt when the plenipotentiaries had' arrlvcd at an ngrecmont In principle-anhad n rough copy of tho document they wcro prepared to sign they should havo sent It to tho cabinet. Ho could only say that when ho did see tho final text he could not soe his way to sfgn or recommend It. This was a caso of a difference of opinion between two bodies which would naturally arlso, and h was anxious that tho difference of opinion should not Intorfcro with tho discussion of the NUMBER 25 took charge of the proceedings. If there were nny doubtful votes In the BRITAIN MAY ACT Dall they will go to Collins, because BEFORE PARLIAMENT a moment later gave an Indication STOP WOMEN'S RIOT EXCEEDED POWER ON WORLD DEBTS as to how the Dall will vote upon tho ratification vt tho treaty. May Be Pro- Boy Statesman Knocks De "I nm at.cuaod of being a traitor " Call For Economic ConferMine Workers Pact Should Have Been Sub he shouted "t .tm accusal of tected By 2,000 Valera Out In Dail tlg the causo down, but (addressing Signed mitted Before ence By British, Predo Vnlera) I do not acknowledge yoif Guardsmen. Eireann Says de Valera mier Predicted. as my master, nor do I acknowledge the Dall members as the final court, but I will bow to the Irish people. Topcka, Knns., Dec. 14. Notices London ,Dcc. 14 In a scene which Washington Dec. 13. Some of Dublin, Dec. II. The question of "Will thoy say that I am n traitor? were sent today to all National Guard Is likely to provo a landmark In diplomats In attendance, at ho demanded, his eyes flashing fire. ratification or rejection of tho Anglo organizations In the State, compris- English hl3tory, the Irish treaty was tho arms conference have received "Am I a traitor?" Irish agreement by the Dail Elrennn ing about ?,O00 men, to put them- today presented In the Imperial Par word which they lntorpret-n- s IndicatBedlam Breaks Loose. hy been postponed until Thursday, selves In readiness to entrain for the liament for-- ratification, whllo the wfcvn a public session will be held and Then a regular bedlam broko loose ing that David Lloyd George British Pittsburg coal field. Dall Elrcnnn at Dublin Indulged In tho tho deputies will dobato tho matter members plainly Indicating Prime Minister, Is preparing to take-thCol. Milton II. McLain, In charge heated debate, turning on Eimion de initiative in worW economic matami come to a decision. This was where they stood. Even Dick Mul- of the Adjutant General's office dur- Valera's charge that tho Irish pleni fcahey, upon nt today'H meeting)) of tho Sinn Fein nrmy chief, shout ters, having become convlnctd by, in ing tho nbsonco of Adjt. Gen, Charles potentiaries exceeded their powers Sail, called to consider the agreeed "no" with tho great chorus of the quiry hero that the American GovI. Martin said orders will go out to- In signing the treaty without further ment members of tho demand of Collins for ornment does not intend to call an day for a movement of flvo or six reference to Dublin. International economic meeting, at Meanwhile, tffd Dall In secret sesan answer to his question. companies to the coal field. No orNeither tho Commons nor the Dall sion', was this afternoon discussing treaty. From then on Collins was the hero least not In tho near future. isEireann, however, has yet come to of tho hour. He read the' original Mr. Lloyd George's plan, accordAfter Mr. de A'alera had concluded der for movement had yet been the disputes between th6 delegates sued. Colonel McLain said Tit 9 a. m. grips on the actual decision respect- document reciting tho London tonforenco, who wcro Arthur Griffith, head of the delegathe instructions to ing to the information in the hands of Pittsburg, Kans., Dec. 14. Three ing ratification, which has been posttion to London, who with Cichael the London delegates and kept up the these dlplomnts, contemplates tho signers of tho agreement, and companies of tho Kansas National poned until tomorrow. of nil war debts owlnpto do Vnlera, tho Itopullcan Pros- - Collins and the other plenipotentiafighting and the ' worrying of the being mobilized for WestA feature Britain by Itnly, France, Jdent, and his adherents on this Is- ries signed tho peace agreement, roso Guard are ' in minister was ofn tho debates in on the President of the republic until de Oreat RussIh rind tho smaller Balkan.m, to Pittsburg for duty bitter nttack sue, as to whethor tho delegates had to ask whether It was "alleged that Valera gave upand sat down, beaten. govornment by Lord Carson In tho Allies, amounting with Interest to uppowor to conclude tho agreement. the plenipotentiaries hud exceeded tho coal field. the Orders for tho mobilization of the Houso of Lards, and Captain Charles ward of 2,000,000,000 pounds sterltheir instructions. TUItXEK HOLBIIOOK Iti'venl Acuto Dlffcreiu-o- . companies followed a call from Craig, Ir'lsh Unlpnlst In the House ing. ... , Instructions Not Followed. In tho public session of tho Dail Sheriff Gould to the Governor this of Commons. Lord Carson especially Mr. do Valera explained that tho today public so far as the press nnd Miss Kathleen Turner and Mr. Won't Itciiew Plea to V. S. 'showed not tho slightest diminution Harold Holbrook Rave their friodds a few selected persons were concern- treaty was .signed In tho small hours' morning. Mr. Lloyd Georg'e', it is recalled, Wljllo the State military authori- Jn his e denunciation of ny quite a surprise Wednesday of last proposed to President Woodrow Wil ed this point was raised by Mr.de of tho morning attar alterations had bcon made which the cabinet had not ties were mobilizing compales of the accommodation with nationalist Ire- week, when the announcement Valora. It revealed tho acuto of son that all Inter-Allie- d debts, includ " existing between tho Hepub- - seen. To that oxtcnt, ho said, tho in- National Guard,, tho militant women land. He dared the goverment to do their marriage was made, as taking ing those owing to the United States, of tho Kansas mining field adherents anything to stir Ulstor against tho pUicoMn llcan President on tho ono sldo and structions hud not been followed. CalhonnMr. and Mrs. Hol- should bo 'canceled-- , but his present' Michael Collins then asked that tho of Alexander Hownt, were engaged empire, and exclnlmed; "Because Ul brook havo returned to Hartford, design, according to tho understandArthur Griffith und Michael Collins, In most ambitious campaign they ster Is loyal you think you can kick where they ing, does not include tho renewal of are to make their home. the leaders of tho plenipotentiaries, final document agreed to In Dublin by hadthe so far attempted In their proput Tho Republican extends congratu- that suggestion to the United States. on the other. In tho argument, dur- tho united Dall cabinet should be her as. you like." gramme by stopping, by violent acing tho hour's public session, Mr. do sldo' by sldo with the document sign- -) He Is said to Intend to annul the-ho continued, lations nnd best wishes for their suc"I promise you," ed in London by tho plenipotentiaries. tivities, the operation of coal mines "that sho will keep out of this agree- cess throughout life." debts of ether countries duo Great Valera asserted tho delegates had not obeyed tho instructions of tho cabinet Thoy did not sign that document as by men who responded to the call of ment. You have tried to make her Britain subject to conditions, one, to INFANT'S TItAGIC END a char go which both Collins and a treaty, he said, but on the under- the international union for men it is understood, being that Franco position impossible. I bolieve you standing that all tho signatories man the mines, delegates to do so. should forgive the debts of tho Allied 'Griffith resented Following Insistent reports that a told tho Sinn Fein Inez, three-yea- r obi daughter of countries to it. amounting tn nhnut It wan a question of whether the would recommend it to the Dall for mob of women Why haa the Sinn Fein in this treaty marchers was headed kiie equivalent of $2,000,000,000. and delegates bn.d failed to report to tho acceptance. been given an army, if np to invade Mr. and Mrs. Rush Mldklff, of Dr. White then moved V private toward Pittsburg and that the seizure Ulster? Was it to invade America, or agreement. died nt 10:30 last Saturday another being a reduction of German Cabinet before signing tho Mr,, do Valera paid ho of Van A. Blttner, representative of the Channel Islands?" The tono of night, of burns sustained Mr. do Valera insisted this was an session. to France by 13,511,-0Q0.0at 3 reparations-duthought tho general question must the international minors' union. here, his whole speech was one of unre- o'clock In the afternoon of that daV. important point, but Mr. Griffith of francs. was planned, a squad of former serv-- J The child's mother had been renderclaimed it was not n material ono. be debated In public, but that tho This is the amoupt the French lenting hostility to a settlement. Ice men was hastily formed for duty ing lard adjacent to the dwelling, Government borrowed from England Tor wJlo he nnd colleagues had pow- - matter refercd to ought to bo ills- George, Defends Treaty. which is headquarters for and leaving thespot for a few min- during tho war, and ia about as largre-- a cr to sign an agreement they had no (cusse'd In private. Statements had at a hotel In the lobby was a stack just bcon niadd by delegates which Blttner. authority to conclude ono. Premier Lloyd George's- speech, In utes to attend to other duties was resum as that loan'ed to France by the of rifles. wore not facts, he said. the Commons was less of an oratori- called by screams of the little girl, United States, which was 15,285,-000,0Called Traitor, Snjs Collins. Sheriff Gould was beselged by Other mombers argued that the cal display in defense of the treaty. to find her cfothing'ln a mass of The representatives of the Dall nnd francs at the exchange .then miners who wanted to work and who which had been expected, than a care of the British Cabinet were In an whole proceeding with tho exception sought protection flames and her body burned to such used of G.4C francs to the dollar. from tho hordes of identical position, ho pointed out, of those touching upon military or ful exposition of theagroement and an extent that medical attention givContinent Facing Crisis. of nnd they had each to refer the Inanclal secrets, should be made pub- women relatives arpl friendstwo strik- its Implications, with a view to put- en w,as of no avail. Tho Idea of the British Govern- ing coal minors who for days ting treaty to their respective legislatures lic. tho house in possession of the Funeral services were conducted by ment acting Independently of the U. have overwhelmed workers and peace complete mind of the government on Head Original Credentials. for ratification. tho Ilev. Wilcor at Marvin's Chapel S. in the cancellation of debts, Mr. Collins protested against what officers about mine shafts, prevent the settlement. He forestalled at and the remains buried at Sunnydalo This question was to form tho subto foreign officials here, charaptorized as tho unfairness ing men from going Into the mines tacks by the argument that the treaty Monday. ject for the secret session, but It ap- he appears to have originated with Ausand beating sorao miners. The Sheriff had received "unstinted praise from peared from remarks that wero drop- thnt lay in submitting one document ten Chamberlain when he- was Cha- nped that certain of tho doputies de- without submitting the original cre himself was pummeled with bread the king and the British dominions, YOUNG GIIIL SAID cellor of the Exchequer. and butter yesterday. and could not bo regarded as Inimisired to learn something- about the dentials. Ho read tho credentials of TO BE NEAR DEATH When Sir Robert Home succeeded Tho women again wore active this cal to the country"s Interests. Sinn Fein's financial and lilt'tary himself and his colleagues, Bigned by to tho Chancellorship her objected-t- o morning. .More than 1,000 of them ability to resume warfare before cast- de Valors, authorizing them to nego Ulster's official reply has also been MIsa Virginia, 15 years old daughing their votes, and thoy (talced tor tlate and conclude on behalf of the marched up to mine No. 49 of tho delayed until tomorrow, but It Is ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Leach, striking off from among the .British assets, so large a sum as tho 1,800,-000.0republic of Ireland with representa Central Coal &. Coke company. Ex- known that' it rejects the Invitation of Hartford," was suddenly stricken reports In private on thtsi: points pounds sterling d.uo with actlves of His Britannic Majesty a trea cept for beating one man, there was to euter the Irish free state. One of the tt.'iscst mou'onts of the with appendicitis at her home Satur- crued interest. little violence, however. The string Mich Collins de- ty or treaties of settlement, associa 'lo'onte wns wh Dublin. Dec. 'l4, Michael Qollins, day. She was reported to be near Mr. Lloyd George is understood to boy., youngest mem- death's door yesterday evening tion or accommodation between Ire- of motor cars bearing the women to clared emotionally: at have been allowing the matter to rest . tho mine shaft was more than a mile "I have been called a traitor. Let land and the community of nations ber of the Dall Eireann, dominated the time of going to press. long. until tho present, but the approachtlicfwliQle proceedings at the meeting the Irish people decide whether I am known ns the British Commonwealth. The young girl wns conveyed to ing crisis in the finances of several Sheriff Gould fvas nt the 49 mine today to consider the treaty which The Dall, he continued, had full or not." the Owensboro City hospital Tuesday partlcularty-Gormany- , countries, rejection nnd could rclfove but, with his small force of. deputies, ho and Arthur Griffith and the other where an operation" was performed continental only sign of hostility In the power-- of The has led to tho preparation, wns powerless. vicinity of University College, whore him of responsibility. delegates signed with Lloyd George but It developed that tho appendix of a. plan by Workington Evans and The three National Guard compaPresident de Valern in responding today's meeting' was held, was a and the British cabinet. had provl6usly ruptured, making her others which, It is expected by nies to bo sent to Pittsburg will total the Sinn Fein flag draped with crepe said the credentials quoted by Collins Collins flashed up when Do Valora recovery extremely doubtful ?rom thi foreign diplomats, Mr. Lloyd George ono had hoisted on a tel- hnd not, he befloved, been accepted. about 400 men. attack upon the pleni- first. 'which Bomo launched an would present at an ecopomic conThe mines of the Sheridan Compa- potentiaries. He was sitting' with ephone polo In front of the collego. He would bo glad to hoar, he said, mm ny at Mulberry did not work today. ariffltjTtalklng ference if one should be called on hU quietly. Suddenly CHANGE IN BUSINESS AT iTho proceedings wore opened by that tho Prime Minister had received Those mines had beon selected for ata COOL SPIUNGS AND WYSOX initiative. JSanionn do Valcrn after tho roll had the acceptance. he Jumped to his feet and made ' President do Valera argued that tack today by the women imarchors. spotterlng reply that squelched tho called. He spoke a few words been 1 W. D. GKAY DEAD Ilnlllo Elliott, who has been a president. in duello nnd then broke Into Eng- the treaty should not hnvo beon signpartner with .loo Shultz, In the merlish, lie said tho proceedings would ed without Its haying been referred to LADIKS TO GIVE The effect on the Irish parliament William D. Gray died nt his place BAZAAR AT BEDA' bo conducted in English, as some of Dublin. One reason why ho bad not Collins was in one cantile business at Cool Springs tor of resldenco In Owensboro, .Sunday, electrical. some tlmo, has purchased the Interthe momirers did not understand been a delegate himself ho explain corner of tho room and de Valera. Dec. 11. Mr. Gray was a civil war Alluding to the agrcoment ed, was that an opportunity for de"Irish. Tho Ladles' . Aid of the Beulah In tho opposite corner. It might have est of Mr. Shultz, and the latter has veteran, near the age of 80 years and pending before tho Dall, ho said that lay might bo afforded, lie did not Cumberland Presbyterian Church, beon Donipsoy and Carpentier. Biit purchased tho real proporty and a highly respected citizen. His re'division of opinion in the Cabinet was sr.y that If they had scon tho final Beda.'wlll glvo a bazaar at the church Collins wns Demps,oy und tho battle merchandise business of Walter P mains were brought to this County document It woul.l have mattered. j tomorrow, tho 17thr A lot of usoful went Just as it did In Jersey city on Bennett at Wysox. not extraordinary. to and buried In tho Cemetery at Union Mr, Bonnett and family-move- d Pact Not Submitted (o Ciiblnt. and attractive articles will be on dis- July 2. Grove church,, near Taffy, In the comPresident de Valera explained at QUILT TO UK SOLD Everybody thought tint de Valera Owensboro during the present week, munity where play for sale, the proceeds of which the larger portion of contemplates enAT PU1IUO AUCTION' are to accrue to tho benefit of .the would win tho combat, and tha where Mr, Bennott soma length the circumstances undor his lite was spent. Funeral s&rvlcu I which the plenipotentiaries of the training- - he would knonk terlng business in the near fnturo". was with his church. conducted by tho Itov, Savage of Mr. Bennott is n good citizen and a Tho Ladles' Aid of tho Wesley Dall who met the Illicit representaA program will be rendered and Collins out in tho first few rounds. tho Christian church and pastor of tives for tlu negotiations In London Chapel, M. K. Church, Nocroek, has the Deda String Band "will furnish Griffith was In tho corner with Col (llgtlnct loss to tho community from tho Hartford Christian church. had been appointed On October 7, he pieced and completed a nlce quilt music for the occasion. All are In- - Uns, u"t did not speak thruout the which he goes. bad re- which Is td bo Bold nt pnblic outcry vlted to attend. said, the plenipotentiaries for a proceedings Collins listened MOONSHINE MAKES A BOUNTIFUL FEAST door tomorrow, ceived Instructions, tho most Impor- - at the Courthouse ew minutes without flinching. MomTHE HOT DOG WILD K tant of which was that, tho contplnto Saturday, afternoon nt 2 o'clock. The back of the hall began bers in tho In life's mad ruslr for fame and treaty should bo submitted names of 537 parties, who donated to HAHTFOItl) JUNIOUS text of tho speaking. WHIP CENTEUTOWN Now York, Dec, 14. The secret or to Dublin and a reply awaited. That, the quilt fund are Inscribed on the Collins finally jumped up, accusing fortune, wo are oftimes so busy we he said, had not been done. It was quilt. Proceeds of tho salo to be de Vnlera of not giving the full in- pass unnoticed many of our dear old what makes tho hot dog wild is out. people until wo are told that death New York's frankfurter-tnt- a The Hartford School team, Junior structions, always always understood also, he declared, devoted to tho extenblon of church five, played the Centertown School that ratification by the Dall was os- - work by the society, "Why don't you read our original has claimed theip, but,pn December has been strong, but recently pel tea mm quintette on the local court Tuesday Instructions," he demanded. "I havo nm iiih many iriunua ui .vir. name on duty nt Madison Square" Garden sentlal. y night of this week and got away on hero the original, I will read them ' Barrett, who on that day had reach- during the bicycle race wero "SOME" TOBACCO question with regard THIS lie Invited a ed the 77th milestone on her Jour- unable to .understand why certain the long end of a score of 36 to 20. .to the conductvpt thejiegotlutlons. He Do Vnlera Loses Temper. AV. S. Brown of Itoute 1, Center-towney through life, met t pay her vendors had no trouble In disposing" The local bays, while not having had "ald tho question must be considerDe homage. of their entire kennels at 30 cents a, reported to this office that he any games this season, showed the Then he proceeded to 'read. ed on its merits and should not be It was u pleasant surpris.0 when 72. dog without even serving the convenInfluenced by the mere acclddut of a grew one, acre of tobacco during the result of good eoaehlng and eonild-erabl- a Valera, losing his temper, interruptd praetiee, The visiting aggre- ed. Collins listened to de Valera of her friends with baskets tional mustard. .difference of opinion In tUw Cabinet past season that made the total The authorities were considering weight of 2,400 pounds, for which gation was much heavier than the lo for a moment, and then appealed to tiled In, and the table fairly 'groaned' extraneous matters. or Buy otljer beneath its load of good things to eat: some means of stamping oat thkt ho received the sum 'of f 4fip. An av- cals, but have net had the praetlw th'e speaker, Cannot IteoowHCHrt Trent y. A most enjoyable day was spent profiteering, when one blue-ea- t pur"I did not Interrupt Mr, de Valora. Itevlewiug.the circumstances lead- erage slightly better than $16.66 per necewry to develop team work and' by all present and many happy re. chased a hound and. puactured.lt. goal shooting. All I ask I some hearing." ing up to the appointment of the cwt. played yesterday Krein (hat newest, after the turns of the day were wished for Pure moonshine! There were 1,070 sticks of th to The Mine 2lenlpotentlarle, Mr. de Valera said Now the eoppera are casting a mean after being cut. or 4,280 evening at CeatertewB, but too late speaker, Professer MeWelll. bad rul- Mrs. Barrfrtt. Tie luut made It clear at the meeting bacco MUS, HOUACK TAYLOH. eye at every hot deg In town. to report the result herein. ed de Valera eut of order, Colli is plenipotentiaries JV1hU. oXTOa Dall that the KANSAS TROOPS TO IRISH TREATY LAID the-Forei- o 'to Ea-mo- nn Bel-glu- old-tim- co Sun-nyda- le, e 00 - 00 ' - ' - -- 00 devil-may-ca- re . . - r -- six-da- n, well-tille- tm 4L n to the right of any of the high con that hereafter the official designation "BIG" FOUR POWERS tractlng parties to terminate It Upon i thu capital Will I) a "the City of SIGN PACIFIC PACT twelve months' notice. Atihington" and that these words IN WORLD'S TRADE shall be toed en every document "Article IV This agreement shall requiring any reference Foreign Delegate Approve Covenant be ratified in soon as possible In acWashington. Heretofore, proclama-Jon- J cordance with the constitutional Which Itcqirires Itatlf teal Ion and other legal papers hare remethods of the high contracting parBy Senate X Sinn Fein Peace Program To ferred variously to the "District of ties and shall take effect on the deColumbia," "the city of Washington" IS IN TUNE WITH THE posit of ratifications, which shall Fully Develop InWashington, Dec. 10. A new or simply "Washington." The presitake place at Washington, and theredustries to preserve upon dent's recent Thanksgiving proclama-tlo- a quadruple agreomont agreement between poaceln the waters of tho Pacific Britaintho Japan, which whs Groat was "done in the capital of the conand Was announced to the world today by United States," and' this peculiar cluded at London on July in, 1911, Washington, Deo. 10. An admoni- phrace raised the question ag to what the-- United States, Great Britain, Ja- shall terminate." pan and France. tion (o nil offlcora and members of tho official term should he. In presenting tho treaty Senntor As a consideration of the Inter- Lodge said tho American Association for the Bo- had been accepted by ., and ready to assist you in eveiy way. realignment, Great Britain, tho.ly'aUed it Bognmon 01 ma in.B iMipuuuu Whaea,BS , the ,unB3 iIld,cate3 national plates subject to,a satisfrom public utterances on the that phIegm g oWny:Ung tho ar and Japan agreed to consign to the factory conclusion of the negotiation fraln alscrap heap the uuu ... paMagefl( nallart,.s Horehound terms of tno agreeraeni. now proceeding over the Island of A wonderful assortment of Xmas Handkerchiefs been Issued by Thomas fup iooaim tho phlcgnl s0 that ,t can liance, long viewed with apprehend Tap, and also with reservations rela. has is in readiness to meet all of the demands of holiday s'.ori In both America and Asia. , Lyons, secretary of the association. bQ coughc(, up and eJected. Prlc8 five to the mandated Islands south of siioppers. JVe are prepared to offer you Irish Linen, Tho provisions of the agrooment, In telegrams sent out today Mr. Lyons goJd b 0h,o df the equator. It was explained by Is In tho form of a - County Drug Co. Colored' Linen or Imported Hand-mad- e Handkergam me amcrence. m which American spokesmen later that tho treaty, aro confined "to the region of attitude of the by tno camnei niinui Dressed chiefs at 50c and .$1.00. American government the Pacific Ocean." Under them In respect to mandates hair been in Dull Elreann on tho proposed agree INDIANS MUST PAY ON ItOAD Also other values from 5c to 75c. Many of these the four powers are to respect each no way modified by tho treaty. bo respected by Irish, went should may be purchased in fancy gift boxes. th.e posseselohs.and to meet other's island sympathizers In. America until Tho. law requiring the secretary of Art on Chinese Problems. In addition to'our Handkerchief line we" have matter Is finally dlsposod of by the the interior to pay to Osage county, in consultation if a dispute arises or . At Its open session today the arms If the rights of any of the four are many attractive articles that will make handsome Irish people. Okln., one per cent. of the amount reby any other power. An- conference also gave formal approvnl gifts. Belpw we suggest a few articles which we are ceived by the Osage trlbo of Indians threatened reanouncement of tho treaty terms was to several of the resolutions on ChiLoudon, Dec. 10. The real as royalties from oil tind gas produc sure will please the most fastideous: nese problems adopted by the Far son why tho Dall Elreann will ratify tion, the payment of which was pro- mado at a plenary session of the arms overwhelmconference by. Senator Loitge, of the Eastern com'mlttco of tho whole. Tho the peace terms by an tested by the Indians, has been held delegation, and was fol- "four points" of Ellhu Hoot, the decBLANKETS All Wool or Cotton ing majority In tho Mansion House valid by the Mr.J American and terms Daugherty held that the lowed by expressions of approval by laration on next Wednesday Is that the BEDROOM SLIPPERS mineral agreements relative' to China's permit" th'o Immediate putting into rights were reserved to tho tribes and the plenipotentiaries of Great Bri tho SILK PARASOLS comprenen-- . tain, France, Japan, Italy, China and neutrality nnd future treaties affectaction of an nmazlngly not to individuals and that congress STAMPED GOODS 6Chcnie"lo make Ireland one of iad the right, to provide ns It might Belgium, tho IfcthcrlandTand Portu- ing her were Included In the resoluslve tions thus spread formally on the regal. seem best for tho tribes. the most prosperous and importa STATIONARY To be binding n tho United Stales cords of tho conference. 1 wofla traders In Europe. Altho tho plenary session occupied HAND BAGS was the treaty must bo ratified i) tho Tills statoment In Bubstanco Do You Knjoy Your McaLs? Senate, sovoral of whose members the attention of the elgats until af night by one of tho five SILK UNDERWEAR made last prowithheld comment tonight pending a ter noon, tly Japanese and. Chinese, Irish plenipotentiaries who has ImIf you do not enjoy your meals SCISSORS In harmony with the purpose to press i study of the text. Open war mised to accept Us authorship your digestion is faulty. Eat moder- furthor was declared on, it by some of the collateral Issupo a conclusion, held FANCY PINS session of tho mediately following the ft ately, especially ofmeats, masticate meeting Into in the day and repott"Irreconcilable group" of the VerDail. KID GLOVES your food thoroughly. Let five sailles treaty fight, but Itepubllcau ed considerable progress In the net From sources other than govern- hours elapse between meals and take SILK HOSIERY x leaders and some Democrats declar-d- c gotiations over Shantung. Next week chieftains, evidence has been ono of Chamberlain's ment Tablets im the Far Eastern committee will re years, ratification was certain. SILK SHIRTS obtained that for tho last three mediately after supper and you will lume Its consideration of the Chinese Confident of Approval. in spito of unimaginable difficulties, soon find your meals to be a real vr" BEADS situation, und it Is possible that anthe Sinn Fein authorities have been pleasure. The signatures of the representam plena ry session will bo held' other TIES preparing for poace by organizing the tives of the powers have not yet been agreedevelopment of natural resources anu STItKNGTU OP NATIONAL GUARD affixed to tho documents, and there early next wcolefo record tho SCARFS ment on naval ratio. nlannlng the rovlval of old time in is an intimation that they may be LEATHER GOODS The hour devoted by tho confqrenco comprehensive dustries on the most j According to the war department withhold until the intention of naval treaty constituted to the scale. the present strength of tho national ratio has been sottled definitely. Tho a memorable chapter In tho history Prompt attention is given to air Mail Orders. We It Is not generally known la a guard which has re- naval situation remains unchanged l suggest that you do your Christmas shopping early. single year Great Britain's trade cognition, Is 132,000. All thejtates pending word from Toklo, but thore of diplomacy. Assembled about the big green tablo in Continental Hall, with. Ireland exceeded a billion and vith tlie exception of Nevada nro or- Is general confidence that approval flanked by their advisers and by You'll be welcome any time. a half dollars more: than tho com- ganising their guard under, the samo of tho American plan will be packed with tho potahlt-- of Yours, very truly, bined trade of all Europe. Business conditions as before tho war. Now made unanimous in the very ne.jr funinny nations, the plenipotentiaries men, too, havo pointed out that for fork" stato has the largest with" near- ture. expressed in couinenance and b.'mlng tho last six." years all emigration has ly 18,000 and Pennsylvania is secIn llemf signatures the principal well as in spoke words thulr reali stopped absolutely. ond with nearly 12,000. A guard delegates have put their Initials on zation of tho Import of the new InVirgin. Mineral unit must have a strength of 50 be- the official, copy of the treaty, and ternational alignment they had efWith only 45,000,000 of population fore federal recognition Is extended. Souator Lodge said tonight this net fected, Ireland can ciuadruple this number of affirmation was to be Interpreted 1 Senator Lodge's address of prefen-tatiowithout exhausting her means of ns meaning, that the document had wlfh a delibeia-- i deposits J supporting them. Her coal been approved to all Intepts and puri.....-..Vn and an f.nphasis which kept are. accurately blocked out and her poses, i ufvgatos and spiilntors hanging on A depgat beds are yet untouched. j The treaty agreement is expected his every word, ncne Vlvtanl, war confined themselves to simple IT'S WONDERFUL tailed, plan to harness tho tromon- In itself to hasten a decision not only premier of France, voicing the of approval except in the dQUs power"ot Ireland's rivers has on tho naval ratio, but on oil the oth- SAYS MISS BYERS of us g'JV'irnimir. to ptiice case of China, Minister Sze adding Sinn a'lijo been worked out under er Issues before the arms conference. ,.d concord rose to passai,'- - s.i for the Chinese delegation that It was By JONATHAN BRACE ,. The delegates believe they are ovor x Fein auspices and this within the thatr altho he spoke in his na- to be supposed the treaty would be Akron Voubk ijiy DecUrm Sue-'- . la3t year. ' In this respect power for the top of the hill and a British tive tongue, the hall was swept XXXVIII. COLORADO "supplemented by a further convenIn Just SplrauJd Health country can tho entire needs of the spokesman went so "far touight as to by applause. In tho clear, tion to which all the powers, includSlice TukJa Tadtc. COLORADO bi; supplied. praccharacterize today's session as "' direct style so strongly characteris- ing China, would bo parties." industry which tically the break-umost precious of the conference tic of British oratory, Arthur J. BalThe In outlining the scopo of the four- "Tanlac was Just exactly what I of our states, so far as major considerations aro four related why Great Britain was power agroemont the spokesman ofj has been dead for several years will needed, to got ma.'to feeling right," for In the boVeVivcd under a government subconcerned. ready to lay aBlde her alliance with nil the participating nations empha said Miss Kathleen Byers, a poular mining of sidy as will also the working of rich Ono of the first Impulses of aome Japan to accept a placo in a broader sized that it Is to apply only ,to the young lady of Akron, O., livlnc at gold .and silof the senators was to compare and circle of friendly nations, and Prlnco Pacific Islands and in no way to Chimineral deposits including zinc. Iron, ver It sur copper and silver. contrast the treaty with tho League Toku Gawa, speaking for Japan, na or any other part of the Asiatic 205 Allies Court. passes all other States, produc "All during the past year I was Every steamer to London from of Nations covenant, which so lately summed In a few sentences of tersely mainland. ing about In thcrlew of some of not in good of the total health by any means. I Thursday has a bitter Senate spoken English the gratification of tho American Kingstown slnco last was the center of output of the entire country. In delegates, it applies fight. By an official spokesman of his country at the turn of affairs In not only to Hawaii which American ato very little and even that llttlo been packed with Irish traders rushfact, its real history, starts In gave me Indigestion. Almost any 1858, when gold was first disdelegation It was ing toward their former British trade tho American naval authorities always have regard- the Washington negotiations. unusual noise or excitement would co veicd. pointed out tonight that a feature of associates to resume active negotiai f tho American main"Great Kxperlnicnt." luuko me so nervous I couldn't keep Prior to that time there had tho covenant on which attack was tions and establish new connections. Applause from delegates and gal- land because it Is a vertex of the still and at night I was as restless lb been but lltlre settling in this concentrated is onvmitted from tho ' From jaunting car drivers, from Islands which make up tho Japanese I greeted Senator Lodge's "region. Spanish explorers had could be. 1 imagined alt kinds of peace agreement. In Ar- leries alike "republicans, priests and lawyers . traversed tho country In the delineation of the new treaty as an emplret things happening and Just could not ticle V of tho league the members comes tho new common thought, A British spokesman said tonight part of the Eighteenth cenbased on good faith, wlth sleep. I very jnuc hrun down agreed to "respect'' and preserve each" agreement "Dublin will havo a million populatury, and laid cluim to it. As a that altho the Japanese group waj and felt becamet Ustler.s all n military or naval .sanction" dull and the time. part of the Louisiana Purchase other's territorial integrity, but in "no to bo regarded as within the provistion by 1925.". Itepeatedly the background. "Both my father nd mother had spirtreaty tiro pledga Is to "recame Into the possession of it Overnight It seems the whole the new applauded as he went on to ions of the treaty those belonglng'to taken Tanlac with splendid results, the United States lu JS0U. Olll-- . spect" territorial rights in tho Pa- he was it of Ireland has changed It is more that a new day of Internation- tho Netherlands were not to bo con- so I decided to try It. I began to declare cers of the United States army cific, . California boom like a al understanding had made' "this sidered rs coming under tho aggrce-men- Improve at once and haven't had a were sent out to explore this Important Ommlsioii town than anything else. At the because'that government was (ouch of Indigestion great experiment" possible, and to ap- wilderness among whom wero sinee I began on The omission of the guarantee to smart hotels, sporting men and Lieutenant Pike In 1S0G, and it peal "to the men and women of the not a party to It. In .the some way. Tanlac. My appetlte'has come back, "preserve" the integrity or foreign freely predict that next skopesman said, the minor leaders was after him that Pikes Peak my nerves have quieted down and nations to help us sustain It in spirit this see Ireland as the nations Is declared by the Anierlrnn and truth." When he finished the lands 'under Chinese sovereignty "Bumtmer will was named. In 1810 Colonel sleep over so much better. I hav delegates to constitute an Long made extensive exploraworld's super Monte Carlo with the treaty stipulations. for moro continued handclapplng .gained a number of pounds In weight an alliance tion's und he was followed In distinction between and "licensed gambling and with than a minute, many of his colleaand am In splendid health. I think 1812 by Fremont, whoso activiand n compact for. peaceful solution gues of the Senate Joining with othovcry attraction conceivable to bring Slioi:!il i: Quarantined. Tanlac is truly a wonderful medities In the Mexican war brought of future controversies. world to tho Island. the, . Many physicians bellevo that any- cine." him into much prominence. At treaty er "spectators in the demonstration. Tho text of tlio'four-powc- r Tho feature of this scheme is a M.' Vlvlnni recounted in animated one who has a bad cold should be Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. . tho close of the Mexican "wur, follows:proposed magnlflclent casino at phrase the sufferings of his people completely isolated tff prevent other L. B. Bean, and by all leading drug- Mexico ceded her rights to this ,. "Article I The high contracting great War to emphasize tho na- members of the family and associates gists everywhere, territory to the United States, parties agree ns between themselves in the devotion to Instruments of from contracting tho disease, as cplds With half of the world, including but It was considered u barren tional . ! to respect their rights In relation to peace. America, staggering under tho burwaste aud unattractive for set- coughs, that resist orFrance, he added, would be are ab5ut as catching as measles. pijov dens of an Income tax it is tho hope-otheir Insular possessions and Insular ready, always, to keep her word, and thing sure the sooner ono rids hlm- - dinary remedies requlr both extertiers. Then In 185S camo the dls- dominions in tho roglons of the Pa- altho she knew tho price of conflict 'Belf of a cold the losi, the danger. nal and internal treatment. If you the sponsors of this part of tho covery of gold in tho bed of Dry cific Ocean. rehabilitation" hchomo to attract not with j and you will look a good while be- - buy a dollar bottle otUnllard's Hoio- would not hepltnto to "seal Creek, a few miles south of only rich men of Irish extraction, but J'lf there should- develop between blood," any agreement Into which sho iore you una a oeiier meaicin jtonn houud Syrup you get the two remewhere Denver now s'tunds; Tho any of the high contracting parties n permanent citizens from among mon Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to aid dies you need for the prjee of ona entered. following spring "tens of thou- controversy arising out of any Pa of other nationalities. you In curing a cold m There Is a Ilerrlck's Ited Pepper PorTurning to tho snnds of men flocked Into what cific question and involving their This coming summer it is planned ous Plasjer for the chest, free with was then called the Pikes Peak at the outset of his address to hold an "Irolnd home" month. Tho said rights which is not satisfactorily Mr Balfour declared Great Britain country. In 1809 Denver became jlvxv OFFicnns i. AltMY each bottle. Sold by Ohio County srgalzatlon for this schome Is already n town of ono thousand Inhnbl- - ' settled by diplomacy and is likely to was well aware of the suspicion In Drug Co. , m , tants-- and by the next year hud uffect the harmonious accord now America because the two power arin existence, anil It' Is proparod to . Actording to figures of the war grown Into a big city with news- happily subsisting between them, they rangement had been .continued after reach Irlslunon the world ovor to there Is now one officer to MAP WASHINGTON FHOM AIU papers, theaters, und u govern- oome homo to seo what a "free- - state" shall Jnvlto tho high contracting par- the causes for it had disappeared in every seven enlisted1 men In the U. S inent mint. Is actually going to mean to Ireland. ties to a joint conference, to which the collapse of- Germany and Ilussla. army. This high proportion of ofA large map of Washington, comIn 1801 the Territory of Col- Ih the words of tho former Sinn the whole aubjoct will be referred for Jut tho associations of twenty years, ficers s due to tho present policy of posed of carefully fitted photographs orado was created and In 187U Fgln consuls at New York, who now consideration aud adjustment. . Colorado was udmltted at thu ho continued, were not easily broken maintaining an army capable" of is under way by the.photographic sec"Article. II If the said rights are i'ajid that break was compensated only quick expansion In time of war The tion of the army air nervlee. . has the only contract with the United The of the. UnUni. ..States Shipping Board that Is threatened by the aggressive action by the merging of the old relation-Uil- p actual army today numbers 138,000 completed map will show every street Its area Is 103,018 square miles of any other power the,hlgh contractto tlie United Status. "Now building and tree aud while Intended and Its population entitles the Into one of Jiroadtr Iniport that of which 18,000 are officers. state to six presidential elec- ing parties shall conymuulcate' with would bring satisfaction to every part that, peace has come it onlyremalns . primarily for the use of the city en", tors. gineer for planning purposes, will turinako Queeustown a moro Imporonennother fully and frankly In or- of the empire. The name Is taken from the prove adaptable to a vnrjaty of u tant1 port of call for der to arrive at an understanding us FOR FLETCHER'S Colorado river, und Is a Spanish , Jr.rJ"-- Tlt'jolro to the most efficient measures to.be ineludlag .traffic and parlttag regullnors than la Llvorpool." adjective meaning "colored red." Prince Tvqugawn "AH Japan," lation, Picture for the map The Indications are that this plan laken Jointly and separately, to meet Colorado Is often called the said would likewise rejoice over the takeji from airplane thr bo ftilfille dat an early date. the exigencies. ' vlll mum Vp Centennial State, us It was ad- Tommy-rW- hat after a by experleC4l flyers ajid Btjyra-pher"Article III This agreement shall new arrangement, altho he added inlttcd to the Union Just ono KINKS' NAMK OP CAPITOL remain In force for ten years from that the Japanese reciprocated the man' name mean7 a special twliwaepic army hundred yours after tho Dcclaru. Jimmy I guess It "weans that he's amera Is'uaed that of appreciation the time it shall take effect, and af- British expressions tlon of Indejivudcnce. Uks Ulum-ef- . ( by MeClur Nwijpr Syn4lct.) ter 'the exDlratlon of said nerie'd it over results of the old alliance. The a lung and liver doctor.' New York ehjete iHvlrtk-- t the jwknl eye at In an executive order Issued re'shall continue to be in force subject representatives of the other nations Mail. cently, President Harding directed it that dlrtanett. ' " ,u2 V, ERINTO BE STRONG cd t- - Carson & Co. T '' Christmas Spirit - Anglo-Japane- se ton-ye- ar atorney-genera- l. . y, ' & ., v four-pow- er received-federa- gni-lerl- cs "5-5-- s Carson n. Co. Hartford, Kentucky, (& d -. The Story of Our btates 'HB glass-maki- ng x?0v one-thir- d p four-pow- er Int-t- er lurk-Ing.i- fnst-grpwl- t, yt Is-- J e op-a- n, sport-lovin- g y. - neep-"eate- d f j - j j Arlo-Japanes- o co ; - lo trans-Atlanl- c Children Cry doee-LL- ' o ' CASTORIA s, ; . -- " , - """J"5WlttSJK?'3v .- - .... r jmmBaxzJzx JSJfaJ3BJlMfe, M-- rr W v --r y"rrer7 r ST" V 4 ,1 Alt KNOX RELATED fr 14 . "JOKE" ON HIMSELF Little Rock, Ark., Dec. 10: Any doubt that the body of a man found deed In the weods twenty-nin- e miles from UefttonV Ark., this morning, Is '' "WashlntonDec. 10, Only a lew kthat of Tom Slaughter, outlaw, who Ibe- - Kind You Have Always Bought, and which-has escaped In a sensational manner from heurs before he was fatally Btrleken beca '" in ue for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of state-priso- n the, late Senator Philander these the here Friday morning, i and has been made tinder his pefl Knox sat with the writer in (rent of was removed'late tojlay. FARM UOYH TO HAVE v a cheerful log fire la his comfy of- LL&&ztfjfcfalj- - sonal supervision since Its infancr. A positive Identlflcatlorrwaa made BEKK FEEDING CLUBS ' ' flee at the capltol, A1(ow a ne t0 decejvc you In Denton by Kdward Dempsey, ot Ml Counterfeits, Imitations and " Roten-berry- -, he de- are but He appeared tired, altho the penitentiary, and Burl C, Lexington Ky., Dee, 10. Training Experiment that trifle with and endanger the health of . ;. , clared the visit he Just paid to Eng Little Rock chief ot police In feeding beef calves for the market Infants and ChildrenExperience against Experiment. land had afforded him much needed Doth of thent recognized the dead will be given Kentucky farm boya by an as Slaughter and Chief Uoten- - mean's of a new reel and relaxation. He had no pre- I projoetbelng planned , . berry further added to the Identifi- for monition of he fate that awaited Castoria Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, the State by the Junior agricul ' him upon his return to his residence. cation by means of fingerprints, ' Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains tural club department of the College " The body Is being held at Benton of Agriculture, according lie ehatted Intimately und lnfor- neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its, to an an by Saline County authorities. The nouncement by . mally, as was his wont with those he age Is iht guarantee. For more thaa thirty years It has M. Hall, assistant Inquest Is set for Monday afternoon. a knew and trusted, and he looked for. been in constant use for the relief of Caastipatlon, Flatulency, state Jeader of junior agricultural ," ' During the late afternoon the corpe ward with undlgiifsed anticipation to wind Colic and Diarrhoea; aUayJagFveri6hness arising club work. Boys who enroll In tho was placed on exhibition on a wagon project j r the Washington conferencej at which therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach1 and Bowels, u'ds will tbecome .members of "baon one ot the principal streets of the by the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. it hadbeen suggested he might he a beef" clubs In their respsctive own, and was'vlewed by large crowds. The Children's Panacca-Th- e i member of the American delegation. Mother's Frtead. counties. The position of the body indicated y, There was much that he said that Boyle, Lincoln, Warren, Washing1 Hhnf tho fata) shot even his sudden taking off can not had struck ton,': Crittenden;, Wayno, and .Marion '' Slaughter while ho was reclining be- - counties are reinoye the seal of confidence from, the first ones to report foro tho camp fire he and his six fel but there Vas one ua'rratlvo ho unthat they will form clubs under the 'Bears the Signature of folded which he later repeated to sev lows had built In the woods. now plan, reports having been receivVis Republican colleagues as According to Howard's story the eral of Bf j jt & county agents in these coun group of seven men, two white and ed from Jt in the light of tho lie ties to the effect that they had en I1a good regarded himself, and whicha Joke on Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured flvo negroes, after abandoning the rolled a total of more than 100 boys ea thty cannot reach, automobile "In which they escaped he Intimated "he thought was too hu- by local application. of tha nr, &&& .up tb the present time. Membership th llarar portion Thera la kept together-al- l inly one way to cure catarrhal dearncaa. morous to keep to himself. 0 yesterday and on In the clubs already vary from and that U by a remedy. several occasions heard members of 2S In Washington started "While I was In England," Senator Catarrhal UtatntM conatltutlonal an la cauted by county to 20 In mucoua eonilltiuti of mado up my mind tha buaucliUn Tuba.the Whra tlilalltilnr of tno posse searching for them. They .Marlon, Knox told me, "I tuba la Lincoln and Boyle counties. you lia a or that I would refuse all Invitations to Inflamtd hitrlnr andrumbling Itaound entirely eluded all officers, however, and late Membership In the remaining cluos la nlun Mrs. Knox closed. Deafness Is tho rriulL. Unlta tha lu the afternoon came to tho secludwlno and dine, and that Kind You (Inflammation can b reduced and thla tuba has not been determined I'lnis are ireatoraa to lla hearlna and I should spend nearly all of our Tvl" b dcatroyed normal comlltlun. caaea of ed spot whero they camped. Howard being made to extend the work to a THg CNTUw OOMKMV, NRW VOXK CITY. Jinny foroier. tlnle motoring thru tho lianittlful dtafn, ur auaed by catarrh, which la- gald that Slaughter was slightly paler fiumber of counties and enroll qs mi Inflamed condition- of tha mucoua KurKagllsh countrjside.. facea Italia Catarrh Medicine acts thru than usual, but betraypd no sign-o- f nnnyboys ns posslblo during Iho coin on ", mucou "" of ll" emotion. He occasionally warned the ing month "But I. made ono exception lo the j & . i On We Will Dollars for members oNtfie party that Jie Under present plans, each county rule I laiQ OOWn. Oooree Harvey, our i, nr'ciitatrlial Hundred that cahnot- - other Deafness wo uJTl kill thenf If they "slackened" Haifa Catarrh Medicine. Cir astute ambassador, wheedled me lute fce cured ly aii uruKciats. 70c. wiU'feed a carload of 'calves, this car culars tree, Howard said ho watched his r. J. CHENEY A CO, Toledo, O. first dining and then into spending load" to be 111 udc up ot one or two "chance and got tho promise of Jim ? two days with him. Ho told mo that palycawhich will befed byjndlvlduiy WoIIsyand Cllftcoi Taylor, two of the Llod George and Lord Curzon were JEWISR PIONEERS ine.rabers of tha club. PureTirert, grade negroes, (0 "frame up" on Slaughter Insistent thnt 1 dine with .them, but bred animals will be used. In PILL HOLY LAND and the olhor uegroes. Tho' plan was oncrxjss - I had adhered to my rule and declined-ttyo frtject which will continue for carried out ns arranged. Tho negroes, til",;t,'. invitation, with the usual heir i.'iit months before tn-- r mlve watching tholr-chan' disarmed th? nrn pAnilv fnr mnrknf South Hadley, Mass., Doc-- ,. 10. . thanks. negroes fr "I found that In England they re - Archaeological research In Palestine Other sliouteil ,is thiy lept Hriwajrd The Hartford Republican has maftie a spe.cial and ns '..aughter start Dingo I'm, going to bring my wife sticking up for Am- Ib likely to bo curtailed considerably then sort a man for ed to rlc j nw Net, shot hint llirle around call on yoii tonight, v- clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial erica when he is aif American, as: by the, influx of tfltTnew population V tlmesr Tho negroes who wefe not In "WirHerby- - That's right;' bpt do somo of us stuck up for. America in anf Industrial quickening Incld.ont-t-o Appeal by which we will furnish'both papers for one. tho.plot fled and Howard saltt. he and post-wtho Holy Land's new status, tho Versailles treaty" fight. me. av favor, old man. Don't let her year for the low price of . "Vp1i. Harvey told ute. ns wo 63.1 III the- oplhlon of Dr. Mary J. Hus Wells and Taylor attempted unsuc- war.her new fur cloak I .don't w.mt ftfe"' talking oer tho possibilities of thOjsey, profCBaoc j)f nibllcatliterature cessfully to capture them. He then' liny wife to see It justnow."". Holyoko College, who Is, now returned to the flro, he and tiro netJlearmament Bingo (grimly) Why, that's wBat groes' gatherfd all tho pistols "they T tir-I told him franklyl was distrust op leave of 'absence. wo are coming for. 1 pr. Hussey', who recently wis elect could find and weift to "the farm and he had U$ otOiat Weyd George offhe Ameri- ed field secretary of tho fund for. house where" ihoy surrendered last Teckr Why do you raise objections tllscuscti'the. make-u- p " ulbjlcal ami Oriental Itescarci, siys nijjht. , can delegation.". . to 'oiir wife going to the seashore The Commercail Appeal is one of tfie largest End Like Jesso James' that Jewish pioneers, largely from Senator Knox laughed. this summer? 'St. Joseph, Mo., Dec. .10, Tho too funny far Poland and Southern Russia, are best papers in the South and we hope to receive , "It was really and I object ue?au.&. 1 Beck SlaughteV by .words," he continued. "It seems- that purlng Into Palestine al the rato of shooting of tho bandit want, lo go. Boston Transcript. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar'and-.seventy-fiv- e " Howard, the man to whom'SIaughter 1 Lloyd aeorge had heard from "Wash- 1,000 a month. Jf ; cen.ts cash papers. "With the '.uflus. ( f this population had given a chance for liberty, par "Thlsals a lovely bathing suit." ington that I was not to be appoint. delegate to .the eon- - comeeMhe Introt'uctlon of the rall- - allels somewhat tho death of- - Jesse Is, madam." your subscription now. Don't delay. "It ed an American, and Jame the Southwtst's tmost famous "But a trifle er daring in ,de- Terence and that neuner w,s acnuu. jroad, good automobile roads He had htstrtl about who modern Industrial methods'," she outlaw, James, however, was "Shot sign." dele-,t!nrelative and old friend, while says, "."plans for utilizing tho Jor- by "Ah, madam, a woman without "awere, to compose the American Harvey h had' dan for power and Irrigation purposes Howaif, It Is understood, was not a perfect flguie couldn't wear thU and he told necessity ot suit." reached tho name conclusion thai th6 have been prepared by PInhas Rotcn-bur- former associate of Slaughter. KENTJUCKY LEAF CROP farm, .to ellmlnate-t-he was With the gradual scattering of. the purchasing t commercial fonnerJy chief ot police In the fertilizer, "Of course not. I'll take it." White House had that 'Knox MAKES HEAVY DRAIN which must be brought to the farm. boys' band thru relentless ac- - Birmingham too plg'headed and Borah was too Kernseky government and an eminent Janus Is worthy of consideration from every -.I Jewish engineer. They Involvo the thjtles of police and ntato authorities much of a fanatic to suit -.Soil To Value of $0,000,000 Impov. farmer In the statel"" Harding or Downing street." construction of a dam at tho south Jesse Janlos retired to hjs home at TO SCIMI' F1VK " WOODEN VESSELS mend of the Sea of Galilee! as the main St. Joseh, where for a time he reerlhod By Removal Of Senator Knox laughed again. NEW OUTBREAKS pursuers mained undisturbed, his llacli Tobacco Crop. wasn't news to me that' the storage for the Jordan Powerhouse "It "AGAINST HEBREWS fearing to follow hlnu In an effort to ascertain the recov and tho drainage of Lake ifuleh. White House .considered Tne "too Bob Ford, cousin ot Jesse and one erable ttuue of the U. S. shipping ' A linnet; e changing conditions arj and'l regarded it as ft fur Lexington, TCy,, Dec 10. ApproxiAs a result of the failure of the ther comnllment that the English. fraught with great significance for et the band apd most Intimate of the board's fleet of 280 woden ships, a mately J 6,000,000 worth of Tlant the Ukraine government should sharp the same tho archaeologist; Inhabited cities can feared leader, was persuaded by the contract will be let for scrapping five" food is removed from Kentucky farms Petlura Insurrectloa-J- n It no: be excavated ana the establish-mo- authorities, it Is said, foV the promise ot the vessels. An accurate account when" the 500,000,000 pourfds of to- new pogroms have sent the Jews fleebeing view. For by dt roads and factories monnk ot Immunity and .the large rewards will be kept of the salvage cost? and bacco, which the State produces as ing by thousands to" the Rumanian was ot 'curse, meant that I was not the return from the machinery, lum- an average annual croprJs placed on banks ot the Dniester since 'passage of enough to be twisted Into the ' m or destruction of the hlddoa offered. pliable the river waB refused them by tha Whllo In apparent friendly" con- ber, equipment, etc., to see whether It altering what I considered best for tiragures ot the past, unless new the market, according to R. E. Steviewpoint of stepa are taken at once to renrve versation with the outlaw leader, would pay to scrap the whole fleet. phenson, soils specialist at the Cof- - Rumanian and Polish governments. my country to meeUhe Ford sho Jeeee In the- - back as the r These ships have become a "white ge of Agriculture. This is proba- Tho 40,000 Jews who have entered areas which may contain tlieitu" others," latter was standing on a .chair to elephant" to the shipping board bly one reason for the exhausted Rumania south ot Galatz, the only told the $tory wun Senator Knox, part they are allowed to occupy. Tie adjust a plcutre on Ihe wall, which, so far, has ben unable to dissoils and low average crop yields in evident relish. Before he left the 11KTTHR UO.VUS CONFKRENCK A -pose of them In any way. houses or accommodations wer prethe DBIN'G PlitVNNED VOIl STATE nn thnt fiUal day for many sections of the State. Further niti m at pared lor them, destruction of the State's soil fertil- season beginning and with the,a winter last time he told it to several ot BIUTir KATE INCREASES their fate eras, t, Dec. 10. Tentacolleague, who have Lexington, K . his Republican The puolfc. healftj sorvleo has an ity without considerable expense for hard, one. tive plans for a twtvday conference fertilisers can bo presince told It to several of theirs. nounced, that the'bfrths recorded In commercial sto-- . of For Infants aad Children , Kentucklanj, Interested in high"Poor Knox appreciated, that registration area'! .during vented largely by careful use ot the Surgeons agree that In eases of the "birth be scatry because he knew that we all knew way economics and transport'?) be In Us For Over Years ' 1920 exoided the deaths by 672,00'd tobaccq stalks which should specialist cuts, burns, bruisa and "wounds, the. "held here 'by the University ot Ken Always that he was. IndeKt, tpo This is a relative Increase of 7.6 per tered ovr the tlejds, the first treatment Is most important. ' to agree) te anything savoring ot 'en- tucky In cooperation with the State the csnt over T9 19. The registration area declares. When an efficient antlseptle Is ' "The average ylojds, of tobacco in tangling foreign aillnees," was the Highway Transport Committee dur- Signature Includes 23 tatee,'.compriing 58 pe; promptly, there Is no danger ol ? ing the latter, part ot January haye. Kentucky, which la about 800 pounds Infection and the wound beclas "to comment of one of them cent 'of the entire population. tJ been announced by Dr. Frank'L; Mc- dfr aero, contains $0.10 worth of ni- uesl at once. For use on was Or Vey, president of the University- - Jan. KLKQTUIO VS. THE ChRmbcrlHin'ti TMbleti. trogen, $3.2"v wqrth of potassium beast,- - Borozone ! Cough 3fed)clRO Sflewlld the idaal antiaeti-tl- e STEAM LOCMOT1VK S3 and 24 have "ljeen sot as tentative "As ! feel thrt every frmlly should anu'about 25 cents vorth of phosphoatfd hoallng agent. Buy It now especialdatee for the, meeting, which vjll be The marketable leaf, therefThese tablets are Intended medicine rous know what a splendid Tbe electric locoiuotlve Is a better Cliambertsia's Cough Remely Is, 1 ore" removes nearly $10 worth of and be roady tor an emergency. ly for Indigestion and constipation, ope ot a scries to be held in the UnitPrice 30c, 80c, and $1.20.' Spld by machine then the steam loeomc-tlv- e ivlant food from each acre ef soil, Objo County Drug Co. They tone up the stomach and enable ed States. am only- - teo pleased to relate my n. Subjects pertaining to the value for the following, among othr , It to perform Us funetloaa naturally. aad enly wish that I had From four to fire tens ot farm y tllO liver Bnd ot good roads In Increasing land valIt has no boilers nor firebox; known "of its merits years ago," nure wouM be required to replace the . rrt,v ant efilltlv CHI Orace met her'unele on the stFeet - - bowels, thereby restoring the stom-r- r ues, types of roads for dflterent kinds It has a shorter rigid 'wheel baee; It writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Sta- plant food removed from an, acre ot one day. ft whether sh . eond.-Vel vehicles, safety first, mountain carries no tender; K ha a greater tin, Mo. "I give it jo my children soil by an average tobacco crop. More was going IIeuske4Jtsr plestV party ash and bowels U a, healthy out' with a stupid and rowd development, highwy engineer- ratio ot we!ght on drivers to total ention. When you when they ttow the slightest symp- than this amount would be required from her school. " ing research and the future ot high gine welghtr it ha less, weight oonstlpated, give tnem 9 tin- -' belHg eroupy, toms I if the stalks were not returned. "No," replied "r ala't ginr - way transportation are to. be discuss-- . driving axle aad a greater proportion have aefcough or .eold on and when a "In many eases, the average farm- lng," are certain to u pwmi wi the lungs . 1, m 4i during the conference which has ot Ittv, weight Is spring home; It ba very fw itoa "My dear,'' eor rented her vianl-!- , effect. , and er either tails to spread the stalks will rIje.ve Meen dsfgrred for the purpose ot uniform torque, and therefore a by taking ft fot; a fw days I soon on the fields or they are spread too "Yea must net mvI ala't getvg,' you of sdhiltm; t M get rid wording out soute of the fundamental higher SUPKKI'Wint lIi.N WOULD m thickly with the result that there Is must say, 'I am t giBg.-"rAH- il f the sold." he e. can We bHllt for ay pwrv OVJ.KCOMK 1MWH WASTK prohrn of road building and -piueh Waste of plant "fpod, partlcular- - proeeeded to gh btr a Httie lesso , fer'nltregen., la order to get the moet la gfaauiari."You arenot telag. He r by Jnet easing the number of driving - "What are you doing, James?' m axles and. Is therefore, tree from U R5cent tHvesrlgatloa by the Uni- gooat from them, they should be us- Is not "going' We ar?eaotglBg. They "flaMtrpening a pen ell." Ainu of length: its iaiaxliaium ls "Yon'U have the union after yot), ed at the raVe of not more than 600 ar not going. " Now, eanv you say rvfIsQfH- - twraehute toWill ,yu guarnt"" " this ted Stat laUntly? ;at muefa Mhw iy hoy. That's a oarpeatw's Job." to 1,890 pounds m acr. available aii tWtr ' WU ot the InttnierJlH whatthe known pwk. te an sdhwlou of 20 Salesman Absolutely. If H.d a ne east "Wit thw stalks fr&w one sere LiHUleB PHBSh. "Cttrs Ivaa,M m the superpower oBdl0rae. not, ewnu buck ail we wltl , VmU f4 ae4; tM lt4MalUv MB worth about efceertly, "Tkr ala't aebody going.'" iVlrtdustrlal rettHm tialaui plsat t ol your aaonerr work to an tUM(ota 6f M Sickly bttalreii meet! WhlU'a Cmw i:i.7, the total value of the stalks a wm eiit ' ton MU'liaMiMi p, to OBir Wot 11 miles an hwtr, at ,MWW' ' Mrs. VtrtuUiM. It not awly TeM - used la th rw yretlHC! ht the 9ttat reaches a val- - Young G - (Jut w I, wkaju U 1h thta ro4froiri! InownMyw en worw, U tkmn In any, bat it ery ept her of more than 1,$ML8S or m Laatword, - Tbiy say in. maliutrial wpiMtof, If tlwt fat oM itfrt t wlly veHi to ths ( best 011 y U SO pa'JTPM kfr baek. W as a ireiiMiBK tonle la the the value of .husband makee-sb-e mont equal to oae-fcaseqe l the. year 1H W the awUMt '" ' Mrt with m? miii m howt'r Its I otKer wed, . Old Hogle Pottfiiiiawl H nsi. Price 31c per hot-t- l. fertilizers pwehasel i ow year by ,ivr niaeh mtf of 13.W3.100 tow lljr Tooled 1 can Spld hi Ohio Cpunty tssv vf l&fi triy Oii to i00 jw eeai' energy ftveoped hy tVw e3ab- Dig Kentucky farmers. CarofuJ ufla of have been nut of v?k wb." thai ' . x "' itahuieuts by the buralu, of 19,115! MIJf ; she Is my varies 4aly a fw eemt and is Cprnpaty; on, (he guwu was made.--Hout. tfceuo stalky which aro , er at Senator Told How H Wa ' Considered Too Pig- Headed " 4' 900 tone of eoal could have been developed in large central power'plants V the burning 'of S, 623, $00 tOM. TJil was a wart through Inefficient Independent power production ot 71 per Cent la coal oonsumptien. The Industry using the largest amount ot coal Jn the region is anthracite mining, and in this industry a coal saving ot more than. 76 per tent could be made it the mines were supplied from an efficient eentrM ekctrie power system. Many Industries, It Is Mated, could save coat by boilers. Froba-bl- y the use of waste-hethe greatest saving by this means could be made In the cement Industry. It Is estimated that If waste-he- at boilers had been In use in 1919 in all the cement plants' In the superpower zone 540,000 tons of coal would have been saved .In that jingle Industry. There arc many blast furnncesJn tho superpower zone which are isolated from any steel plants or rolling mills, and approximately half their gases are wasted. These wasted gases would produce sufficient heat for boilers to generate 500, 000,000 kilowatt-hour- s a year. In certain plants the steam requirements greatly exceed the power requirements, and there Is no reason why such plants should not generate power and sell It to the electrlcal'dlstrlbutlng com panics. re eHtnt throughout Us life, whereas OFFICERS IDENTIFY the efficiency of steam locomoBODY OF SLAUGHTER tive varies over athe wide- range with - Corpso of H4epeil Bandit And Hxhihltetl To Crowd " In Ik'HtoH, Ark, Con-lc- t ami use a modern superheated tem locomotive requires 60 per cent iore steam per horsepower-hou- r at full load than at half load. A steam ieeenotlvo must burn eoal In descending 8 grade on which an electric will generate eneTgy, To sum up the electric locomotive is mueh the best transportation tool. (From a Super-powSystem for the Region Between Boston and Washington, U. S. Geological Survey.) a Children Cry for Fletcher's Just-as-go- od What is CASTOR A v SENUINE CASTOrllA ALWAtS la fs Use For Over M. The t4 fears Have Always Bought - ce, A CASH OFFER i ar - confereco--possibllt-Jct,Mou- nt a -- ' $1.75 foiboth h! hr Sendin -- nh n. - g, Age-Heral- d. elther-Pres-lde- nt ,- -- - plg-v.ait- ii.' 'pig-heade- nt -- . CASTOR TA "pig-heade- rafggiS 30 ??-pil- ed V sr & ' feel-dull- ir. pr Gr.. -- wata-tenaae- dard llw-lUtiotor-que-- aogm ett rTw, tbtslioi rw 'rf th' pr yr --- -- f4 U awulaiii) W -- et emtiy 9r y -- swk. t. aldy Ha h II' ?u l Come Join The Eager Xmas Throng Who throng the store where the hest stock of Christmas Goods is to be found in town making ready Ttor a great Christmas. Our stock in Ivory Goods is complete Mirrors, Nail Files, Buffers, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brush.es, Box and Roll-u- p Manicure Sets from $1.50 to $15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror 'Sets from' $3.50 to $25.00 Shaving Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Shaving Mugs, Xmas Cards and Seals, Xmas Books for old and young. Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Dolls The Best Assortment in Town. ' Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in abundance. Our Christmas assortment of TOILET WATERS and PERFUMER in all the superior odors, was never more complete. We are headquarters for Box Papers at prices from 15 cents to $5.d0. A fine assortment of Fountain Pens. Cigars, Cigarettes and Smoking Tobaccos almost any kind. ' ' Lbwney's Box Candies finest quality. '. We have a New Line of -- Jewelrycome in and see it. We have many other appropriate Xmas Gifts, too numerous to mention. Our prices are all right. We invite your inspection and patronage. The largest and most complete line of Dolls ever exhibited in this market, from 50c to $8.00. Rubber Dolls and Toys in large numbers. The most complete Toy assortment ever brought to town. Sleeping Dolls4 Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported Japanese d , hand-tainte- China. Hand-painte- - - . French importations pf d Wares. The Ohio County D rug ompany - lNCOKlJOKATlCn HARTFORD, KENTUCKY.. fiie Hartford Republican COMPANY lnnd wo.u,,d d0 wel1 "- -' B'"eulvo tho HARTFORD HIGH FIVE "'" the Courier-Journ- al Published Wcelcly by IUlRTFOUD PRINTING Wo notice headlines in Incorporated W. S. T1NSLEY, Editor and Business Manager. Entered according to law at tho JPostoffice, . Hartford, Ky., as mail anatter of the second class. Address all communications tc Tho Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent Ip a neiv address must give the old Jldress In making the request. "Business Locals 'and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lUe for each insertion, md Cards 6c for ach head line and slgnautre, money la advance. Church Notices for services free, st other advertisements, lc per word. Anonymous communications will ncalvo no attention. al at Thanks, lc por word, and Obituaries, Resolutions of Wednesday reading about as follows: (fn regard to the Pacific Pact) "Wilson View Sought Democratic Supporters Now Become Non- commital Pending Instructions." Oh! Yo of short memories, Is it to be a sqnate of opposition? Most everybody but Borah, although we have il nothing, as, we remember the matter, from Hiram Johnson, has stated In first one way or another .at some time during tho proceedings,, that the adoption of 'tho proposalr would prove of inestimable value to this Nation and tho rest of the world. And to be told now that Democratic supporters, Senators actually for ap proval of the conference proceedings under the Idea that. determinations arrived at wers good for America and the other parties thereto, had grown pending Instructions from somebody is too much for us, we can't believe it, or at least it was hard to bellevo, but wo guess that we must accept the report as being true, because wo saw It In thq Courier-Journal. ' J TELEPHONE Tanners Mutual 'eg I'RIDAY .DECEMBER 10 Wo believe wo ought to organize some sort of a publicity club or society and invito somo of tho ."poor fish" who reside in California and Florida to como to Kentucky, better still, to Ohio County, where they may enjoy '.a real climate. Tho temperature goes low enough to make frost during the nights and high enough during the day to mako coats and wraps unnecessary. What more could a person ask or desire? Tho apparent head of affairs Ireland, do Valera, Booms to against ratification of tho treaty In be agreed upon by represen- tatives of both Ireland and the BritWo view tho situaish government. distance of groat length, but wo full,,utterly, to see reasonable grounds 'for rejection of tho pact by the Sinn Fein, Folluro of the agreements Is most certain to bring a return of blodshed probably hitherto unseen In Erin. The Irish President says tho commissioners exceeded Ubolr authority lu signing the Pact, .althoifgh they wore appointed to uuako ouq. It looks as though Ire- tion from ii We hear it-- said since the shake-u- p given "shlhe" dispensers, during tho lato term of Court that .tho white liquor does not flow as freely as before. And we have no doubt of tho truthfulness of tho statement. Another round by tho Incoming Com' monwealth and County Attornles Largest .Furniture store In the such as administered .at tho term re cently closed and a few fellows wllli Cdunty. Make your Xmas selections come to tho conclusion that tho bu- early. Wo will hold and deliver 24t2 siness cannot bo mado to bear fruit- Xmas ovo. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, ful dividends, and will seek other and Beaver Dam, Ky. less hazardous occupations. Parties convicted of a second offense of vlof ALIBI hit ion of somo of the liquor laws may be sentenced to from one to five yenrs Mr. Prather and tho Boys Basket in tho penitentiary. This possibility and probability of a term In the State ball team went to Hartford Saturday, penitentiary will likely havo n deter- to play Jhat high school on Its own ring effect on the would-b- e repeater. floor. Thero was great optimism on To tho efforts of Commowncalth's tho part of our school because of tho Attorney Claude E. Snilth and County great victory fcver Hartford. HartAttorney, A. D. Kirk should go much ford had oven written us asking that credit for bringing a halt In illicit wo cancel the date in order, to give traffic in liquor in these parts. To bo thorn ttmo to practice but wo Insisted, suro It has not stopped altogether, or oven demanded tho date or a reand It may not in our day, but the fund of some of .tho cxponse paid lessoning of tho evil will have, splen- them. They reluctantly consented did results. Oiir Incoming officials thnt we come, and to our groat sur should huve tho hearty support of the prise took a victory from us with a citizens of the County,, scpr of 36 to 18. Wo assure that and If given this, tho nearly conlete we havo a better team with .an. oven broaklng up of thp evil will have been break on floor, lights and goaW, but almost accomplished. Without truo tlio bad lights, undersized . goals, support but little may bo lgoked for mid small playing space resolved the game Into a wrestling mutch that put or expected. our boys ton grqat disadvantage. Vio WALLOPS CANEYVILLE received the, best of treatment from the Hartford people and we are anxThe Hartford Qulntette,otherwlso iously awaiting the chance to play the known as, tho "Pikers" too ktho Ca- "rub" which has not yet boon arrangneyville Yellowjackets o the operat- ed for. (Tho above was taken from ing room, Dr. Beans rink, last Satur- "Clarkson Schoolt Notes" Leitchfleld day night and In a display of skill, Gazette. The statement as to bad lights, speed and determination, without ad ministering ether or other aneasthe--tic- s, undersized court and small goals Is (we don't entirely erroneous, as tho court and removed or clipped know which) tho aforesaid Yellow-jacket- s' goals are of 'regulation size and tho stingers. The J.ackets say lights bright enough for any but the blind. Tho Author of the school notes tho stingers will grow, back, tho. The game was Intensely fast from nbove quoted, could have very well the start, although the Caneyville given five other Allbies, viz: Tho boys appeared to show first In the Hartford Quintette. m slowlng-u- p In the last period. It was truly all that goes to make up a' good GERMAN ENVOY TO game, lightning fast, free from rough U. S. IS ELECTED stuff as a fast game could well bo and showing nice team work clear thru, i'arls; Dec. 14. A dUpilcM from by both fives. May, of Hartford and Uoilln today quotes the Zcllung Am-m- l Holman of1 Canoyvllle, called the as saying It understands thr nam plays to tho entire satisfaction of ing of Dr. Andreas Herins the Minisboth Fan and Player. ter of Food, as German Ambassador J Tho first period of 20 minutes end at Washington, has been decided up- ed wlth the Boys from upper Canoy onv Tho American Govornmon:, It at the top 0d of a scoro of 9 to 8, nsserts, has already agreed Lo ncccpt but when the final whistle sounded Mm as Germany's representative. ho homo quintette .had tho Jackets downed by .34 to 25, The line-uCaneyville Hartford 2 G. Corloy, ' o' Bennett 0 4 C. Hlggs Bartlett ' 13 14 Crowe Milam F. , C 13 Taylor F-.Shults C 0 Young G. Likens ' p: I I! 1 1 yMftntSflSSEuV'HEiSBHHISflR9MEt''t JA iWI "wr jM , I I ' ill ff; JEWELRY ywiin 1 I ww r"f '"T Xmas Present For Wife Buy New Monarch Range! It's graceful lines will appeal to you it is exceptionally attractive. Buf the MONARCH is more than good looking it is built for service and economy. Is the most appreciated glfe be- law-abidi- cause it J3 BO USOflll jQIUl laStS SO much longer than any'other gift. Wo havo Increased tho quality and. quantity of gifts each year and this year Is no exception. Wo can please you in a present for anyone. Wo have anything usually kopt In a first class Jowolry store and prices nrd reduced this year. Come oarly for wo are laying, them back now, Malleable 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 Monarch Malleable The "Stay Satisfactory" Range. J. B. TAPPAN Jewclor and Optometrist, Hartford, Ky. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, - J KENTUCKY -- 4gghyL Rft--"- 'f - &-- . QS3M 'M A REAL XMAS STORE Avoid your Christmas worries by coming direct to our Xmas Store for your wants. Remember we carry a complete line of gifts for all ages, and your wants can be fully supplied by giving-us a look. Miss Amelia Barnett spent Inst attending a Sun (wtek In Owensboro, School Convention. Make your good wlfo n real Xmas present get one of our Kitchen CabACTON BROS. inets for her. Mrn. II T. Holbrook have tnken rooms at .the homo of Mrs. S. Jlr. and Vinson's "The Place Where Your Dollar Buys Most" All odd lots and short lots of Men's and Women's Ready-to-We- ar J. Wedding, on Clay Street, nox and bulk candles, grapes and all other kinds of fruit, a lino fresh nnd completo at ACTON DUOS, Fuqua, nfter being confined to his liojfio during the past several days, Is ablo to bo out again. Ttov, It. 13. have been put into a slashing the Sir. S. B. Lee, local manager for Tobacco Co., spent week end with his family in Inst Itoss-Vnug- December Sale AT COST AND LESS. ; - Owner FOUND Fur neck-plecmay have same by catling at this office, describing the fur and paying for this ad. o. Toy Department A veritable Wonderland, all kinds, all pTices. Bring the children where they can see exactly what they want Santa Clause to bring them. The Ladles' Aid Of the Beulah, Presbyterian Church, Cumberland Bcda, will give a bazaar.' at the church tomorrow. v These prices good until Christmas. Biggest stock of Holiday Goods in the county. If you pay more than ' our prices you are simply throwing money away. Mrs. Anthony Robertson o(Hetlin, spent a few days recently, with her daughter, Mrs. A. C. Porter, and Mr. Porter, city. and Mrs. Mnrtln Parks and son, Hugh, and Mrs. Timer Wester ned and little son spent Tuesday In Owensboro, shopping. Mr. Mr. Wayne Leach of Rob Hoy, has lf J. T. VINSON & SON Beaver Dam, Ky. t Gifts for the Older Folks Cut Glass, Ivory Goods, Necklaces, Jewelry, Toilet Sets, CombsBrushes, Ribbons, Fancy Elastic, Camisoles, Letter Paper etc. .Make our Store your 'shopping headquarters. Come in for a day. Take your time. Courteous safes people to show you every attention. v For Seven Years The, Low Rrice Leaders, .; 1 - rrr , , , m,lf j'tmt ' '-l- .. The, Hartford FRIDAY, - Republican DECEMBER 1U ' and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook were Owensboro yesterday, shopping. Mr A In Hartford Wednesday, on business. j Davenport of Wysox, was V r.K3JlNncvr.3 EVENTS SOCIAL AND I ,. .. . an, 8lste, MlM susye, spent Tuesday in Owmsb'oro. : Mrs. O. T, Burns wctnt to Owcnsbo- Mr w s Brown of Route 1, Cen-p'r- o I yesterday. tertawn, was In Hartford Wednesday. E. Ambrose- - was In Owensboro yesterday. "Mrs.-M- . line pf Whitman's package box candles at J. A. TATE'S and RESTAURANT. A fino "Mrs..W. H. Gillespie spent day In Owensboro. Tues- "'' ''MlssAnna Rhea Carson spent last weokvln Loulsvlllo. r -- er Get your Christmas Candles, eithbox or bulk, fresh nnd pure, at DEVER BROS.' Sharpies Cream Separators No. 3 $70.00. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. o. Judge, Honorable R. W. Slack. Mrs. W. C. Schlemmer and little OFFICERS SOON RETIRING SUBJECT OF RESOLUTIONS 2nd. ,The retiring Commonwealth's Elma nnd Wilhelmena Interest In tho went to Cannelton, Ind. Tuesday to purchased one-haAttorney, Honorable C .E. Smith, and. business of L. L, Leach, formerly be at the bedside of Mrs. Schlemmer's At a" call meeting ,of the Hartford retiring County Atty. A. D. Kirk, tho known as Likens & Leach.. Jacob Fehr, who is Bur In the Court Room on December Circuit Court Clerk, Mr. A. C. Pormother, Mrs. critically ill. 8th, 1921, tho undersigned having ter, and S. A. Bratcher, Sheriff, Schlemmer, who Is Miss Gertrude been appointed a committee to draft Worth Tlchenor Jailer and tho offiIn bchool at OWensboro, spent the Miss Mildred Stevenson, stenogra- suitable resolutions of respect and cial stenographer, Mrs A. K. Anderof Inst week In Cnnnelton pher with the firm of Barnes & confidence to our retiring Circuit son, have each performed tho various Ind., with her grandmother. Smith, will leave next Thursday for Court officers, do respectfully report and trying official duties appertaining to their respective offices with, La Center, whore she will spend the as follows; Mr. nnd Mrs. McHehry Holbrook holidays with her parents and other 1st. Wo commend tha ability, In- - honesty, efficiency and consideration .1 ....4 n .1 wi rn mt n co nfi infi for their follow officers and havo aro spending several days in Fords- - relatives. x ville, the guests of Mrs. Holbrook a Honorabla R. W. Slack the retiring, each rendered a distinct public ser vice.. . parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T.' Smith, Mr. Walter H. Parks, city, left That Jr. Monday for points In McLean, Hop performed the duties of his high of- - j tie" It, therefore, resolved: Muhlenburg and fice in keeping, witn tno pasi traui-tlo- n the Hartford Bar formally extend to kins. Webster, Go to J. A. TATE'S ItESTAURANT Warren Counties, to appraise land of our profession, and whose ad- these retiring officers, and each of with applica ministration has not only mot with them, Its appreciation of their perfor nil kinds ofnew and frosh Xmas alues In connection candies, mixed nuts, fruits of all tions for Fedoral farm loans. tho approval of this Bar, but has. sonal courtesy and offlclent. service .kinds nnd fancy baskets for Christ lawlessness in- fact, reduced and; and that. acopy of these resolutions mas. Mr. Guy Ranney, recently elected strengthened the publlcsentiment fa- be spread upon the records of the to the offlco tf County Court Clerk vorably to tho Just and fair enforce- Court, and copies furnished to tho Mrs. Katharine McGraytl, who has has moved into the residence of Mr. ment of tho lav; he has so pcrform: newspapers for publication. . R. R. WEDDING, Chairman, been at tho head of the millinery de- .W. C. Blankensbip, on' Main Street. ed the duties of his high office as to JNO. B. WILSON, partment, Pair & Co., diving tho past Mr. and Mrs. Blankonshlp are at tha discourage useless and trlval litigaC. M. CROWE. season has returned to her homo III rcommerclal hotel for the present; t tion and to insure to every litigant -s a. Cincinnati, Ohio. a fair determination of his controver-- MARRIAGE LICENSE sy, ahd his personal courtesy and Arthur Balrd, Hartford, Route 4, Make your Xmas presents useful. 'fll rom kindness have been unfailing. We do Something they will enjoy every day not believe that any man who'has ev- to Flora Tatton, Hartford, Route 4. actory TO YOU x Barnard Martin, Whtesvllle, to Furniture, Rugs and Savo the middle man's profit at our er held' the offlco of Circuit Judge of the year. 24t2 Store Stoves. in this district has ever possessed a Ada Farmer Whltesvllle. higher degree of moral courage and J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Call on TliO Republican for Fino Beaver Dam, Ky. devotion to duty and justice than la 24t2 nosseYsed by our retiring Circuit Job Printing. Miss Florence NeUon, member of At the recent November term of the th Hartford High School faculty, will go to Henderson the latter part Ohio Circuit Court In suit of Naomi of next weok to spend the holidays Vinson vs. Chas. B. Vinson the plaintiff was awarded temporary alimony with her parents. In the sum of $150.00 to December Pre-Christr- aas Misses Elizabeth Davidson and Sal- - 15th, 1921. And tho further sum of of the Beaver Dam High $30.00 per month thereafter, pending lye Coleman school faculty, spent last week end tho trial, of tho case. with Miss Carrie Southard, In the Poml Run country. daughters, -1 ' ' My Sale 4 GIVE JEWELRY The Gifts That Last Is in Full Blast! ft r.t Glydean Misses Jessie Mercer, Chlnn and Nellie D. Blair of Beaver Dam High school were the week-en- d guests of Misses Winnie and Norah , Mr. and Mrs. John T. King went to B. Wilson of this place. Mr. James Tate, of Rockport, Is In Hartford this week, visiting relatives. Louisville' fast Saturday, where they will reside durhig tjio winter. Mrs. Hlnton Leach, who has been making an extended visit with her ', Mr. .Cecil Street of Whltesvllle, Everything In tho hardware line parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Caskey Benwaa In Hartford Tuesday. . must go. Como In find get n real nett, in Springfield, III.,' will return V" V '" - Mrs. J. C. Hill spont the Week-en- d WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. to her home here Sunday. Bargain. 1, .wit'h, her parents at Kruno. ' YV A big lino of fresh frulls of all . Mrs. T. E. McQuary, of Bell's Run. kinds from which to make your accompanied, by her husband, wetit to' i. ' Get your BARREL SALT at " . ... u. TTIt T TCI os Til)" . ft. Xmas purchases at DEVER BROS.' Owensboro Tuesday, where she. unw. Ktuuia 23t4at tho derwent a minor operation ? city hospital, yesterday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Pen Dexter, of your favorlto Maga-- 1 'Subscrlbo for returned Tuesday from Owat tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG 'ensboro, where they had spent a few Miss Mary Rowe and Mrs, Rachel K Co: " days. Shultz will leavei Mondayfor Houston , Texasi where they will spend the win-to- r. ' Mr. Marshall Mills, Hartford, R. 3, A. Johnson, with Bond on Mlsa Rowo will be the guest of Mr. John -- spont Wednesday In Central City, Brothers, Decatur, Ala., spent Sun- relatives In the Texas City. '' ,a? business. day and Monday In Hartford with his ' ,. Dr. E. G. Rhoads of Sheffield, Ala., nil Magazlnos family. Subscriptions for has been, spending several days with 24ta, , T taken at ' Barrett, his brother W. II. Rhoada, and famMiss Mut.tte- - Bonner '"THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. V vJ roU Barrett Ferry. Is the guest this ily, of the Goshen country, and othLyman O. Bar- er relatives In Beaver Dam. X Many moihers would like a Hoosler week of Mr. and Mrs. . 24t2 rett; city. Xmas. Cabinet Mossrs. Arthur Miller, Cecil Tlch-euJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira I). Bean and Ht- and Ben Johnson left Wednesday ' ' Holbrook Returned. tlo daughter, Alice Paxton, left Sun- for Arcada, Florida, where they exg. Mrs. Rowan day for Loulsvlllo, where they will pect to spend tho winter. They are T- - Tuesday from Owensboro, whore she making 'the trip in automobiles. make their future homo. days. has been for a few r 2 ,Mr. Christmas In Loulsvlllo. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk will spend C5.00,-N- Don't fall to see our lite of Xmas Gifts: IVORY GOODS WATCHES MANICURE SETS PEARLS LAVALIERES NECKLACES Famous W. W. W. Sit Rings, sets replaced free of charge. Prices muchjower than last XmaB. You will mls.a bargain If you buy before seeing my line of gifts. K. W. KING, Jeweler, v Beaver ,Dam, K. - . - uu. ' - PUBLIC SALE Cen-tortow- nf .jfrv 22 On Dec. 21st, 1921, I will sell nt Dubllc outcry, at my place adjacent fc' r to Cottfortown, Housohold and kitch en furnlturo, fanning Implements, Ford Car, 3 thoroughbred poland china hogs, --etc. Sale will be at 1 o'clock p. m. Terms announced at 25tlp eale. ALBERT TAYLOR, Contortown, Ky. ' Having recently opened this establishment, it is my sincere desire to give my Friends and the Public in general a chance to buy real quality merchandise at prices in keping with the downward trend to Normalcy. Below are just a few prices of merchandise I have recently received. I invite your compansoni of these prices and defy anyone in or around Hart; . , ford to meet them. .$1.50 TTo'o fino chivfe vprmlnr fRS.nfl nnalitv 125 Men's heavy union suits ...... . o.w ... v v pants Men's 65 Men's blue cheviot shirts "......-3.00 blankets ., Extra iheavy '..... . 2.50 Large cotton blankets, per pair c i... -- 20 Extra heavy dress ginghams, per yard '. .10 . . .' Apron ginghams, per yard 125 Overall Jackets 50 Mente silk hose, per pair 10 good cotton hose, per pair Men's Extra 50c to $1.00 per pair Ladies' silk hose, 1.25 Men's Arctic overshoes, per pair all-wo- ol all-wo- ol Boys' Overshoes Ladies' Overshoes . ' DOG TAGS FOR 1022 ""' fr or Get your dog tags on or before tho first day of January, If you do not want to vlolato the law, and pay the Send by mall, $1.02 for the first male dog, and $2.00 for And male dog; eachN additional $2.02 for tho first female dog, nnd female $4.00 for each 'additional dog, also glyo tho following Information, viz; Your Post Office address. .Your Voting Precinct. Breed or kind of dog. Male or Female. Age of Dug. C3lor of Dog. B C. BLANKENPHIP, County Court. Clerk Ohio penalty. "" ' I M f ' 'Mrs. A. D. Duncan and little son, guests "of 'Moorman, 'wore week-'en- d ' of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. C. Riley. Li -- ." Miss Mary Marks and Mrs. I. S. Brass Beds, Iron Beds, Davonette suits, fancy Rockera. Children's high Mason will return today from FrankChairs, and Rockers. Useful articles fort, where they have been In attendance of tho conference of Superinand splendid Xinaa gifts, at ACTON BROS. tendents of Kentucky high schools'. see tho Bargains In Don't fall to Hardware at Go to J. A. TATE'S for chocolate Mr. Georgej Johnson, who" recently r WILLIAMS & TAXLOR'S. sold, his residence to Mr. Wayne and othpr hot drinks served over tho . i ti.n nnnnlnor- of our Leach of Rob Roy, togother with Mrs. fountain. from tho hot chocolate urn. Johnson le,ft for' Florida yesterday, Ho alfco serve? oysters and all othor -- Furniture, .Store. Mr. Johnson will probably "loeaio fw kind of lunchoo and would appreciate & PONS. J. D. WILLIAM? a call for sorvlce. ' Beuvor Dam, Ky. the Southern State. 24t2 - Men's best leather gloves, per. pair One lot silk camisoles, each One lot Ladies' underwear, guaranteed 50 per cent under market price. Skirts, Waists One lot of Ladies' and Coats also guaranteed 50 per cent under present market price. I have Men's, Women's and Children's Shoes at a "Real Honest to Goodness Value.' Tinware, Queensware and Notions, with Price low enough to give you a real Surprise. ready-to-Nvear 75 75 1.00 50 At the Baize Stand, between Bank of Hartford and Hartford Herald Office M. T. LIKENS 1 iU. tw ganlzcd and tho subway cars wcro 110; Oklahoma, 47; Orogon, 682; AMERICAN LEGION South Dakota, 75; Texas, 563; Utah, crowded to suffocation. Numerous nr WEEKLY HAPPENINGS chic ills occurred, On such occasion 1,422; Washington, 462; and Wyoming 1,000. In Texas 58 wolves thlovos am In their glory and initny pur- - woro killed; ln Wyoming 27; nnd in If President Harding grants a Jar-do- n robberies aro committed' almott withtho department for Must Hino Warehouses to Thomas G. Jones of out dangor. Morchants usually keep Everybody Is thinking nnd talking poses, tho only chorgo being tho nc- - Arizona 14. the A. E. F., Harry Haloy, Canadian their markotlng. Cooperative tual cost otdrylng packing and covuted'and barmarketing will be tho salvation of tho freight. Tho following aro a few of Seed Loans To Fnrmcrs In North- - who served Jones' sontenco for army red whllo maintaining n strict watch desertion ln Leavenworth prison, will on tho fnsldo. AVcst IlciiiK Itcpatd farmer when he learns tho value of tho comments: ' "Jt Is the best stuff on pine stumps In tho fnco of another unfavorablo deliver the pardon to his buddy "In cradlng, Insuring and warehousing , ; "A boon to farm- - crop year farmers of tho Northwest tho wilds of Cannda," according to MIlXH'AXS TAKE AND Tho following clipping that 'i havo his produce 11KLKASE AMKIUCANS Springfield, Mo., from tho Southern Agriculturist hits rra f llmltM vfcans who are sirug aro gradually repaying;" Jthe Govern- It. 1'. DIckerson, gng to clear up land." ment tho loans for seed advanced Haley's benefactor, who has enlisted on tho head: tho nails There still remain 676,000 pounds thorn early this year as an emergen- the aid of tho Amorlcan Legion to obBandits captured four Americans Tho presldont of tho New York la quoted as say- - of picric acid at Sparta, Wis., and 8.- - cy measure mado necessary by three tain executive clemoncy, Jones is hid- nt Santa Eulnllc near Chihuahua and Bankers''Associatlon 600,000 pounds nt Fort Wlngate, N. years of total or partial crop falluro ing out in Canada, DIckerson has In- demanded ransom, but none forth-coinijng: pos- at the ond of four hours the areas. Total col- formed tho Legion, but Haley will in drought-stricke- n Ou rcredlt man is having an Inter- - Mor., to bo distributed. Whore to see slblo, distribution la made through lections up to November 15 amounted take hlln .and his lltlo fnnilly to n prisoners wero released, A Mexican csting time educating farmers tho difference between loaning on po- - some cooporatlng agency In each to $2S6,000 according to returns re- "small Canadian town" to his aged minor captured soon after paid 6,-acCGSSOHGS. feflth- tatocs In tho farmer's cellar which Stato. Shipments are made In car- - ported by representatives of tho tilt- mother if tho president grants the 000 for his freedom. BlkCS, MC . At the close of tho first year of tho enveigllt Motor ed States Department of Agriculture pardon. -- Indianapolis, Intl. aro ungraded, uninsured, subject to load lots to groups of farmer's. on ap- prosldency of bbregon statements toiS 01 bicycles, Telephone who aro handling tho work at tho frost and other hazards, and Charges of negligence ln tho treat- wero widely ptitiiisncii rotative to tno temporary field otflco established for Don't Gel Discouraged, pies graded by a third party and stor- and Supplies, Line Construced In a warehouse with warehouse re- Mnny f(,rmora jn this and every tho purposo at Grand Forks, "N. Dak. ment of montnlly deranged veterans accomplishments of the administra in other county m thoi gtat0 aro discouraged ceopt Issued to tho bank. About 14,000 farmers received of tho world war nro to bo Investigat- tion nnd tho progress mado in a poli tion Material, Electrical Supnnd educational plies, Shoe and General Rewords, we aro showing to tho farm- - bccause ot tno prces ti,ey aro getting Government nid in the form-o- f loans ed soon by the United States Sonato, tical, commercial era that If they would handle their for nvestock, prices are from tho $2,000,000 made available General George A. Wingate has in- way. Newspapers at Moxlco City in0f course, produco in the way tho best business lowuut jjero j3 What E. E. Miller by Congress for their relief, As a re formed tho American Legion of New formed their renders that tho United pair Shop. States was nbout to recognize tho "houses jib, their loans would be ns hag ,0 say on thls timely topic In a sult ot three successive bad crop years York City. New York, N. Y. If it's fixable we fix it. gqvornment, but no verification of tho welcome as those of Jho business late lggue of lhe Southcrn Agricultur-house- s. financial conditions among the farmo reports could bo secured from tho Both telephones. One blissfully trustful former ers In the stricken regions have been jst; staple farm pro- man has- written the American American charge d'affaires. Tho re- Not until all our j heard the olhcr (,ay of a farmer very serious; many of them had ex1FFE1TS BEPAIRISHOP ducts aro standardized, graded, in- - wh) hnd two yeara, woo, cllp ?n hand hausted their credit and were "unablo Legion Weekly asking that tho pub- revolt'ln Lower California was ro put on tho market ln aml who cou,d get noxt t0 nothing at to purchase seed for planting crops lication "be sent to my now address ported put down by tho Kovcrntricnt. ptted and Beaver Dam, Ky. Esplanade St., Now Orleans, Thank Tho Mormon church of Salt Lako City nhapa to meet tho demands of pur-- aU for h,s 8hocp this year. Tho Federal Government He roported own guar- - se) dlsgusted- - with the sheep busl-ant- came to their relief with a credit of you for same, (signed) Mexico $94,500 In payrecolved from an dcarrying their There were only 4,000,000 ment for lands confiscated during the of quality with them, can wo ncgg nnd wag goIng t0 et ri,i 0f his $2,000,000 to be applied by the Unitat the last count. Indianapolis, revolution. get tho full market value of thesa wi,oIe, xiocte. ed States Department ot Agriculture. I ata products; and not until mere is a Within 20 days after the passage Ind. In a caao ,,ko tnatand itg 0f bonded ware- - farmerg aro ln j(ko casc I wouldn't of the act tho department had perUATTIiKSHII'S l'OU H.U.K BuMclent number of houses to receive, grade, and certify do j nlJght ,et g0 ot surpiU3 fected an organization nnd began to After having thoroughly InvestiIf anyono wants to buy an old warto tho quality of our products will gtock evcn at silncriflco; Dut i cer- - make loans to tho farmers. ln re- gated Polyclinic government hospital. thoy be fully available to us as col- - (alniy wou,d not cjoge out the wnoj0 turn the farmers gavo promissory In tho heart of New York city, and ship to use on fishing trips or to set Succeed when everything else falls. lateral, or be sufficiently under our ,JlIsnes9 al a heavy ioss as iong aa t notes on tho crops to be grown from found l "not condticlvo to the con- - up In his front yard he need not watt In nsrvcu prostration and female ,,,,, ,. bntrol for us to market them to the nmn, ahnad of tha tho seed, payablo November 1. Ear- valesence of tubercular war veterans" until the world has disarmed, for tho twn c;.nct js tbvy rue the suprvuir navy has s'oven or eight "bebt advantage. remedy, at thousands have testified. sheriff. If there is any lime not to ly In October repayments began com- the Americnn Legion of Now York Amorlcan FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND go out ot business, P. is when you lose ing in, nnd the work ot collecting has announced Its Intention of buy battleships which Jt Is ready to sell powers Ship STOMACH TROUBLE what you have in the business by go- the loans has gone steadily forward ing n hospital site in the Adirondack for Junk rlgUt now. If tho s, 13 the shipping association Is ing out. If there is any market not since. In spite of the fact that the . Mountains whero tho ngreo to scrap large parts of their k ben indltlnc cvet V. Id A ever a druggTs a countir. sorlims offers to purchaso ships may bo treated properly. a very slmplo matter. Mr. F. D. to sell on, It is the unduly depresses" aro In but lltlo better The "Wllford, of Ballard County, tells tho market. tlon now than they we're Iasjt year. J sanitarium will bo supported by prl- - to bo Junked will bo ronslderod, na lollowing story of an association in r The crops have boon only tair this vato muivuiuais who nave already val officials say. Experts declaro it Keep tho herds and s the eDcuuber 1st Issue of the South at least, keep seed stock. It will year,' and as a result tho borrowers pledged themselves. New Yot'k, N.Y. would bo Impossible to convert any other use. Attempts to to cm Agriculturist: come In handy one. of these days, are In financial straits again. About the 10th of November last when times are better and when you c A lasting tie between the Amorlcan nniniUI tl.n aitrrnnflnrnrl f!frmnn " ' year our farmors met for tho urpose decjdo t0 stock up'agaln mothers whose sons worv killed In I shins failed. ItWOllT e of organizing a shipping association. France and the gold star mothors of USQ JOllLESS I am a farmer-an- d .England has been established with NEAV ROADS EMPLOY ray- DearI met with them. hog Hunters Who Violnte I.mr ThQ report for the Winter Egr; federnl highway As n result of the dealer at this .have been the local tho entrance Into tiro American Lely For Their "Sport." Laying Project In Ohio County, for years. Our bankplace for thirty-fiv- e gion Auxiliary of Mrs. Amelia Mc- - net, passed on the recommendation Activity of Federal game wardens the month of November lUai.s ab unemployment er, who is a farmer as well, suggested Cuddon, British official gold star of tho conference on ' v. as an emergency measuro to supply move in hand and try in enforcing the provisions of the follows: that I take tho mother. Mrs. McCuddon was sent to treaty in Jobless, 30 ij; Jt oyt. I did so and we have made a migratory bird dtfrlng.act resultedand Group 1 (under 50.) America to represent tho English work for the nation's October 57 convictions 1st. Mrs. S. T. Ilhoadsr.Jjr.eed. states are to begin tho construction success of It. complete war mothers at Arlington nnd Jolnod of fines upon offend- Ithodo Island Reds;"Average No. hons ot $7G,000,-00- 0 We have shipped something like the Imposition tho Legion women's auxiliary before of highways to tho valuo according to re- 10; "uerage ?Jp. eggs 8.09. y covorlng G300 talles and employseventy carloads up to this time." ers totaling $1,2S2, aaWMAM ffm Ai N. Y. she sailed back for England. ports to tho Biological Survey," U. S. Mrs. AV. 'H. Ithoads, breed 2nd. ing directly nnd Indirectly probably "When 1 receive stock for shipment I In ad- White Wyandottos; average No boas, A Safe Old Fashioned of Department ot Agriculture. Tceep in a large book tho names More than 2 9,000 war voterna 200,000. It Is estimated that the dition, In many instances costs great- 45; nverage No. eggs 4.S4. Remedy for Worms tho parties shipping, tho numbre ot will bo Insane by December ,19 C cost will nvorago "about $40,000 were imposed by a SeTentj.fireyeari conlin-uostock and tho weight. 1 fill out .. er than .the finesmiA niCO t ll fl f f tho .3rd. Mrs. Ps, D. Tweddell, breed unless something constructive ln men mil. "Vhon the roads arc completed ( tl nnaawtn niirl lit "- use it the bett .l "" " " " "" Whlto Leghorns; average No hens. tal hygleno is begun immediately, the state will receive back from the descriptlce sheet of same and mall FRET'S VERMIFUCE ave-ig- e No. eggs 2.48, government about $20,000 a mile. my commission man .at the mar uueiiucr wnv uiiuiuii lwu wmu uuuua It to C. W. Chamberlain, director of the can offer you. Carolina a jail Group 2 (50-10in I Keep a bottle alwaya on ket. The different commission mer for s.alo of 3 South Sioux City. la , Institution ot Patho- GOVERNMENT LOANS I months w.13 meted out sentence 1st. Mrv Ola Wilson, breed U 'hand. It will help keep chants, furnish me with theseblanks. logy, has declared. "Tho national MADE TO FARMERS 1. Reds; average No. hens, 50; averthe little onea healthy scissors and a fine of $200 imposed. 3 use a pair of medium-size- d Cnol commlttco for mental hygiene?' Mr. and happy. In addition to the foregoing, 10S age No. rggs 10.60. . marking stock. I find that they 30caboltl9lyoi)tdru(ciM'ior for Chamberlain said, "estimates thai,' fiAccording to figures of the war general dote: or il your dealer cases of alleged violation of the law 2nd. Mrs.' J. S. Hughes, breed. are better than clippers. men go Insane every nance corporation, rabro than can't uppljryou.iendhianarna were roported by Fedoral game war White Plymouth Hocks, nverage No 3t000 and 30c in tianipa and we'll subabout seventy-fiv- e Wo had month. There are probably 1G6.00CN end you a botila promptly. In credit has been extended to the authorities for" prosecu hens 60; average No. eggs, 5.15. scribers to begin with. Now I think dens E. S. FREY. BiMmc KJ. Insane veterans in tho country now." to farmers and stockmen since conm tions. 3rd. Mrs. J. R. WJlson, breed. We we have doubled tho number. gress authorized tho corporation Offenses against the law dealt with White Plymouth Rocks; averago No, havo a chairman and secretary and President Obregon of Mexico is This amount has been credited to varied greatly. A hotel hens 130; average No. eggs, 4.93. come other officers, hut we have met in October considering two Invitations lo visit about 80 financial Institutions locatul Missouri who sold ducks to Report by Breeds, giving positions hut onco since we began. I havo not 'eePer 'n and, average number of eggs per hen Texas this month. One .is from the In 19 states for the purpbso ot making WILL "e3la wu" ""B. ""' .required all who havo shipped to sign American Legion post at San Antonio loans to farmers. The largest ad aigrettes in Irglnia was fined $25; for November: TAKE OUR up. I told our farmers that we would nnd the other from Governor Patrick vanco was ono ot $15,000,000 to a cotw- hunters ,n North Carolina who Rhode Island Reds 4.89 Lave to show the people by shipping Neff of Texas. Tho Presld'ent was operative association in Minnesota to rrom a 'torboat were 4.21 their stock, that it would b to their shot 4 fl A on nil nnd svnett ilil1oi 4Tiwnt White Plymouth Rocks asked to atend the festivities in Hous- assist in marketing grain. 1111 c"v-White Wyandottes 2.74 ton """ "" Interest. The farmers seem to be i,"" "v nnd San Antonio m connection 2.53 tuunticu ui mu Mixed Breeds A Treaixenl ' well pleased. I buy some stock i,iu,Jria" with the visit to those cities of Mara,.eu w.. i.ut 01 White Leghorns L88 Jrom parties who will not ship co- - ""B shal Foch. San Antonio, Tex. HHIBaaTlaV S72l for WEAR 1.26 Are You a Weak operatlvely. In the beginning there f ? oacll5 a lnan ln llllnols wh ca.P" Barred Plymouth R6cks was fIned 10 These figures wero obtained from LUNGS or was quite a number that would not tureU wlIl ducks allve No reinstatements of government and Ailing Woman? 4 -......o ..ww.v. thoroports of 29 poultry women who hip. Now there are only a few that ' "" 7""0 " CONSUMPTION insurance can bo made after Dec. 31 Beauty and Health Go Hand in Hand I havo each farmer's man in the same Stato convicted ot are keeping dally records of their according to word received at nation do not ship. sea-- I flocks. j hunting cbucks during the cosled stock welV'ed separately. Fort "Thomas, Ky. "Several years "" al headquarters ot the American Leson, paid $25 of $44.77 m felloe, ago I liad becomo so poor and weak from A quick relief for that tired, I feel tluM I am doing my neigh- I for his Illegal fine and costsMississippi gion. All exservlco men can rein, sport. Seven troublo of a feminine' character that I coughs, palncin cbctt. nlfht iweala. PUT OX FARMS appreciate, bors a service that they weak lungi or contumptloa. II ll data state their government insurance excould not walk around in my room withhunters sought to bag ducks after yoa it coata you nolbloj. cept those who havo a 'dlsabl'ltv not out holding to tho furniture ,or having Bl balp and I liko the work. My commission dark and were nssessed fines or $10 Lock box eick some one to nist me. I was so nervous Canada has spent $8,3,000,000 In traceable to service. The ycurly reIs one per cent of the net sales at tho OHIO MEDICAL GO, tfqUUMBU O at times I could liardly enduro any ono mnrkut nml wn Iffon niinfnurth of Olio ' and coats of $27 each. Twenty sports- putting former soldiers on farms, and newable Jerm Insurance may bo rewalking across tho floor. Finally I began n,0 ln aorV went after (ioves dur- - 27,000 have been per cent for aslnking fund to bo used benefited by the instated by the payment of two taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ing the closed season, and were rellev- state's generosltyin this respect. One monthly premiums. Tho applicant to pay for any dead or crippled hogs. and in three months' lune I gained 20 V-Vot $20 apiece ER objet was to After the hogs aro sold tho returns ;ed & tho urt the disabled, must state that he is In goud hrtlth pounds. I continued taking tho medicine until I was entirely well. Dr. Pierce's but 30 per cent of tho physically fit and provide a report of full medical aro handled by our bank. The bank Favorite Prescription certainly saved my can afford to handle tho business for (lowmmcnt Hunters Destroy Many also went to tho farms. Farm loans examination substantiating that state life." Mrs. Laura KIrpfcr, 15 Oak St. Stock-Killin- g AnliunU are made to them up to $7,500. Tho" ment. Indianapolis, Ind tho oxtia deposits gained by so doing. Health is most important to you. Do it. Obtain this Pnscrintioii Tho current fiscal year promises to recent breaking of the world's record t of Dr. Pierce's now, in liquid or tablet, I be a banner one for the Government ln tho length of a grain train was Daiiiiizo S."5,00(),00O. symptom of Indi Heartburn is a from your druggist, or wnd IOf for trial ' -Hero Is Just one ot tho little jhlngs hunters whoso work is ridding ,the probably due totho now blod on tha gestion. Take n doso ot Herbino in nkg. of tablets to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel ui Buffalo, N. Y., or writo for fret which run Into big sums of money. western ranges of predatory animals farms. In Saskatchewan ono engine such cases. Tho pain disappears In medical advice. ' This Is taken from tho December 1st that prey upon the ranchmen's herds pulled a train of 110 cars fully load- stantly. Tho bowels operate speediflocks, according to reports ed with wheat and extending nlno-tent- ly and you feel fine, vigorous and number of the oSuthorn Agrlcul-jan- d lerlng tho 3 months ending with Sep- ot n mile In length. Another cheerful. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio Peel right all tho time. Don't lay efl Tho comm oncattlo grub or "war-- 1 tomber 30, last to tho Ulologlcal riur-Iil- o recent event allowing tho spirit ot tho County Drug Co. jn 1 from work for days by taking calomei dnmage'voy, United States Department of Ag- - workers was tho defeat in the British doos an estimated nnnunl when pleasant Liu- - Vtr-La- x keeps yotf on your feet, while reliovlngyourtrou.lx Corn m bia legislature of a bill to es ot $50,000,000 to hides, beet and riculture. Stranger Healthy place this, I le. Safer too, and cosy to talco DoiTl working day as suppose? milk production. So serious Is tho-- J During that porlod Govornmont and tablish an olght-hotako anything else. You can't allow daroago to hides that tho National State cooperative hunters killed tho legal maximum. Tho vote was Native Sure, when I first camff it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bv Council is takin.gstop3 In 31G boars, bobcats, lynxes, coyotes, 21 to 13. tern and relieves constipation. x A n"at here I was too weak to walk. ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure , te cooperntion with tho U. S. Depart- - mountain lions and wolves. That Strangor Really? rOR PERSONAL NVftlPH" in its effect and certain in resultu. If mont ot Agriculture, to work out a flgitio roproscnts tho numbor wltose Ho When I married you I thought Dissolved In water for douche itop Native Yes", I was .born horo. won't bo long before, iu-V- e Lax win pelvic catarrh, ulceration and fnflam-matlomethod of eradicating tho pest. At scalps wero taken; some also which you were an angel. Stnnford Chaparral. completely displaco calomel in ever Recommended by Lydia E. only plan that offers ro- - u era poisoned died in spots whero present the She I oxpect you did. You seemhome. Children can take it freely ani) Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yeata. with perfect safety. Every bottle guar ed to think I could manage without suits Is tho systematic removal ot the their bodies wero not found. $50,000 I'AINTIXO "J,OST" A healing wonder for naml catarrh, antced. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona from tho backs of cattlo as tailed, tho Government's game bag clothes or hats. yore thrcmt and oro ey ct Economlcn L genuine without the likeness and signs.' .. .ml .. cJeanitDt bears, ,8 soon as they are noticed. It is be- - during tho 3 months held-7Paris, Dee. 10. Tho lost property rui vifrinrauiary 50c. .11 drussiiu. or...i.J. I SuutoJW. cn.l I.. Iwre of L. K. Grimsby. . For sale by r j. " PtUonTofe I Cxapta. Iltntoa. Kim. DOGS AXD DKlVEIt UNDER ICE- - office contains an Italian painting ot llcvcd that If cattlo owpors generally 7- -0 bobcats and lynxos, 7,375 M, JVIIiLIaVMI. lUrtforaT, KM do this during the winter and otes, 2Q mountain lions, and 118 tho Sixteenth Contury whlth is ntlll Searching parties ln ques.t ot Wal- unclaimed. spring the warble would soon becomo wolves. In some sections, notubiy Tho valuo of $50,000 Idnho and Nevada, tho kill por man ter Goyne, tho fniuouj American dog has been placed on tho canvas. practically oxtlnct. r was remarkably high, averaging al dorby racer, who had disappeared In EAGLE "MIKADO". DRX.SK FOG II I DISS CITY fanners Sny TJcrle Acid Docs Very most one anlmnl per day. One hun- tho region of Moosu lako, were rePencUNo.174 ' ter took 78 animals In a single month. warded with 11 gruesome discovery. Efficient AYui-k- . ' II)' Stutes the number of predatory Through tho clear Ico the body was London, famous for its fogs, has Mnny favorable reports aro being a.,a. mi .m . ii received by the Hureau of Public animals thus accounted for during seen in eight feet of, water seated In just suffered one of tho worst for 20 For Sale at your Dealer lloads of the United Statea DrparU t'10 Quarter was ns follower Arizona, the sled In a natural position while In years, The misty pall hovered over Made in fiva a;rnJia ment of Agriculture from farmors us- - 1C; Arkansas, 4; Ca'lf rnK ISC; front of him In their regular ordsr the groat city for four dajv limiting ASK TOR T1IE YUXOW TENClt WITH THE BED BAND lug tho picric acid which was recely Colnradu. agQ; Idaho, 042; .Montana, woro the nine dogs that ho drove. TI19. it difficult to see more tliu.11 a, tow tftm.E rVllrCADO - (where. 1,96 ooyoU 3'"; Transportation whole outfit had gon,o through tho cd fiom thy War Department as u PCILCOMPANY, NEW YORK systems on the surface were disor- jilus war matorlal und dlstrlbutwl by ware klllod), 2,203; Now Moxlco, leu several days before. FARM DEPARTMENT. land-cleari- : Liberty Bicycles On Sale show-windo- ,tj h.-.j- ng j f V sor-vlc- hlm-chase- rs ee Bitters Mothers leofrioi I live-stoc- na-vlo- posi-.tlcn- ts flocks-tosrcthe- wnr-shlp- "?" EGG-LAYIX- G --- - J TCJfS -- VerMi jM ue ui iV 11 ". tetti-mom- 9) 'S ivw Ihl m $25,-000,0- YOU. "us ". "iii, " GERMINAL REMEDY ., SSBmUKS FOReONE MONTH hemor-rbaret- -- USE Ll LAX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, t 14, qov-turl- hs Every Womnn Vuiis Hi ur 5 . a. f coy-wou- ld 1 J . t-- "ZTTaZ 3B3F n 'i v Jg. . 33KrrBr-- - JAPAN AGREES TO U.-- S. Inland to Jnpan without recognizing tho claims of tho American INDIANA (JAS COMPANY WHEN NERVES ARE UNSTRUNG ' i YAP CABLE RIGHTS 8Ui:i) KOIt $1,7.10,000 lndlnnapolls, Doc. 10. A suit asking ?1,7GO,000 as damages from thef Indiana Coke and Gas Company of Privileges. Torre Hnuto, was filed today In Foderal Court here by tho Mississippi Valley Iron Company, of SL Louis vs1ilngton, Dec. 12. Tho Arms which charged that an alleged breach Conference renewed tho nttnek on Its of warranty and contract caused It problems today with nn Impetus that to closo Its plant October 25, 1920. scored lutvances all nlong tho line. The St. Louis company alleged that Atnong the dny's accomplishments It contracted with the Terro Hnuto was a now treaty agreement, by which company ill tho summer of 1920 for .tho United States and Japan finally blast furnace coko to bo supplied for settled tho Yap controversy on a bas- ope year at $7.10 a ton, with deliveris Insuring American cablo and wire- ies not Jo oxcecd 400 tons dally. The d suit alleges that deliveries woro sus less privileges on tho pended In October 1920, because of soil of tho Pacific Island. In tho nnval ratio negotiations, tho J objection as to tho quality of tho naval "big three" again came Into coko and becauso tho Terrd Haute consultation, with , growing indica- company Insisted on cash payment, plan which Is alleged to have been contions that tho American would bo accepted as soon as an ac- trary to contract. agreement could bo companying fortifications. on Pacific reached SLAUGHTER'S LOOT There wjll be another meeting tomor$102,500 IN TIRE row. ' By other conference officials tho Irenty for preserving OiiIIuu'n Body Surrounded Ily Iond- Jour-PowOf Flowers Viewed lly veaco In tho'Paclflc was put into fiThousands. plans wer mr.de nal official form and to have it signed at 11 o'clock tomorPins Uluff, Ark., Dec. 12. Hurled, row, morning, by tho delegates of tho United States, Groat Britain, Japan somewhere in an automobile tiro In Northern Texas Is 102,500 worth And France. tho group of securities, Torn Slaughter's share Meantime, In tho Senate of loot obtained by his band in nuopposing ratification of tho rjuadru-j)l- o merous bank robberios, according to first guns. agreement fired their A. Yv. Mills, agent for an Insurance .Senators William K. llorah, Repub- company. need, lican of Idaho, and James Mr, Mills said he had an appointDemocrat, of Missouri, led tho attack ment to meet Slaughter at tho penl- now, arrangement .characterizing tho Iftnltnw tnninnw nnrl fit flint Hmn s a military ulllancoperpetuaug the, o'aUons purposes of ttio Lea B go R Several other Senators defended the. could bo returned to the banks be 1 treaty. foro Slaughter went to tho electric In the Far Eastern discussions tho nine par- cnair. progress also was made, Slaughter's body was surrounded ticipating nations agreeing finally on by scores of floral tributes when foreign, postofflcos of withdrawal viewed by thousands of person's hero from China by January 1, 1923. Tho tonight. Tho casket arrived here problem of "sphere of Influence" lu this evening. China cumo into the day's discussions, None of the bouquets of flowers but was not pressed to a solntton. bore tho donor's cards. One anonyFinancial arrangements for a pos- mous order received bya florist callsible Japanese withdrawal from Klao-Cho- ed for $250 worth of roses and tho occupied attention In tho 8han-tun- c money was sent by messenger. nccotlations. tho Chinese ro- According to Slaughter's wjdow, , l virnatA " porting mat mo cot-u- u. tne ban(m was onl. 2B ycar8 oltU He taking a very promising direction. Jn Lontoan she adt nml j U. S. Get Cable Privileges. by hg m thfeo B,8. -, Tho American and Japanese Govthr0ftbrothcrB crnments in composing their differDe(, 12 jnmca n ences over Yap. aro preparing HoWBrd convcl who wed Tom -a treaty oy wmen juihih Slaughter, In a communication to minlstratlvc control over tho island, Gov. T. C. McRae today relieved tne ca- and tho United States obtains the Stato from any and nil obligations of ' Me ana w.nurss pmu V' paying him tho $500 reward offered which sho has contended since apprehcns,on and. klu!nB 0f Paris peaco conference. i (.Slaughter. In tho samo treaty, Japan's League Coincident with Howard's arrest ot Nntlons mandate over Yap and all on a murder charge for killing othor Northern Pacific Islands for- SJaughlor thero arose a controversy merly under German sovereignty is over tho payment to him of $500 reby the United recognition , given ward offored by Govornor McRae for States- - on certain stipulated condi- the capture of Slaughter "dead or long-debate"5-5-- 3" er i J w n Ends Long Dispute; Treaty Preserves American Glide's Ppto-Man.ga- u Builds ' Up Vigor And Strength. t; GALLON In fact, we .'4 US There are times when men and women cannot help losing strength. They try to do too much or they loso sleep or do not cat enough food that Dlod becomes sluggish nourishes. becauso poisons clog ft. Faces grow pale and pasty looking. It Is not long beforo norvos get unstrung. , Tho best way to start a change for tho bettor is to tako a courso of dude's It builds tho blood. Tho weakness from a lack of red cells in the blood Is overcomo. n sends a fresh dude's supply of red cells streaming through the blood, dood blood, puro and treo from poisons .starts building vigSleep is bettor, or and strength. appetlto keener so that the, body properly nourished. Druggists in both have dude's Pepto-Mangliquid and tablet form. .The name Is on tho "dude's package. Advertisement. Popto-Mangnn. Pepto-Mangaes an Pepto-Mangan" For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c If You Ohil&ren Ory FOR FLETCHER'S CASTO R "A mm MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Ohio Circuit Court. E. Royal, ct al., Plaintiffs. vs. Notice of sale. P. F. Wcsforfiold, et al., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale entered in the above styled action at tho Scptomber 1921 term of tho abovo styled court, directing me to sell tho hereinafter described real estate, tor tho purpose of dividing tho proceeds of said sale among the parties entitled thereto, after the payment of tho costs of this action and tho cost ot this sale, I will offer for sale at public outcry to tho highest and best bidder at tho Court House door in Hartford, Ky on Monday January 2nd, 1922, at about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M. (It being tho first day of the regular term of the Ohio County Court) on a credit of six and twelve months, tho follow ing described real estate, lying IihImw l niiln Om.n, Trinlnnlnr .nil described as follows: Being three tracts of land on tho waters of South Panther Creek, and bounded as fol. lows: 1st tract: Beginning about 4 feet N. K. of a chestnut stump on the west side of "Hamilton Ford and Fordsvlllo W. 50 road; thenco running N. 35 3 poles to n Btako; thence N. 73 W. 18 poles to a stake; thence N. 14 E. 130 pohs to a ctoae; thence N. 68 W. 45 pole? to a stone; thence N. 10 E. 13V. polcj to n stone and beech stump on the south side ot the old T)ed of Panther Creek; thence down said creek as it moanders when reduced to a straight line, N. 65 W. -20 poles; N. 82 W. 108 poles, S. 26 W. 24 poles S. 13 E. 862-- 3 poles, S. &4 t:. 12 poles to a stone Tom Royal's N. W. corner; thenco with said Tom Royal's and I. C. Westerfleld's line S. 76 E. 66 poles to a stone said Westcrficl4'a corner on a farm road; thence with said farm road as it meanders when reduced to a straight lino S. 4 E. 30 poles S. 20 W. 15 poles S. 10 W. 15 poles S. 6 W. 2S poles, S. 35 E. 52 poles to said Westerfleld's corner on the west sldo of Hamilton Ford and Fordsville road thence with said road as it meanders N, 75 E. 53 3 poles N. 10 E. 5 poles to the beginning, containing 130 acres more or less. 2nd trad. Beginning at a stone lu Phlster's line at a point where the old Hamilton Ford and Fordsville road made a short turn: thence run ning with the aforesaid road as it meataders when reduced to straicht lines are S. 44 W. 80 Poles, S. 10 W. !T poles S. 75 W. 53 poles, S. 50 W. 17 5 poles to a stone, Tom Royal's corner; thence with said Royal's lino S. 20 E. 17 5 poles to a stono; thence S. 13 W, 13 poles; thenco N. 62 E. 112 polos to a stone and white-oak- ; thence S. 68 E. poles to a white oak; thenco S. 28 55 E. 97 poles to a hickory; thenco N. 32 E. 13 poles to a stone on the N. E. corner ot a small bridge near the old roadbed; thence with said old roadbed as it moanders, N. about 79 W 91 poles to the beginning, containing 70 acres, moro or less. Tho two above tracts nre a part SI a larger tract of land conveyed to W. W. Royal and Mary F. Royal and I owned by thorn at the time of their C .3 3-3-- in stock:. - have something to SELL or. anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN: Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, i KENTUCKY andr MASTER COSIMISSIONER'S SALE poles and 16 links to a stone; thence pear, I will offer for sale at public poles to a. stone on tho outcry to the highest and best N. 1 E. 12 th sldo of the road; thence N. 83 der at tho court houso door in Uart-- E. Ohio Circuit Court. 6 poles and 16 ford, .Ky., on Monday, with said road January 2, Alfonzo Decker, et al., Plaintiffs. links to the beginning, containing 1922 (It being tho first day of tho vs. Notice of sale- - -regular term of the Ohio County- acre. one halt . Arthur Oiler, et al.. Defendants. Tho purchaser will m required to Court) at about the hour of 12:30 By virtue of a Judgment and order dioxecute bond immediately after sale, P. M.. on a credit of six and twolvo- ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court rected itf me In the above styled ac- bearing Interest at tho rate of 6 per months, the following described real tion, at the November ,1921 term of cent per annum from date until pajd. estate: A certain tract of land lying near said court, directing mo to sell the Said bonds to have the force and ef- feet of a judgment. A lien will be re- - to and Just north of tho town ol Bea- purpose of paying the cost of this ac- tained on the property sold to fur- - ver Dam, Ky., together with all tke- tion and the cost of this sale and di- ther secure the payment of said improvements thereon bounded and; described as follows: Beginning oa viding the remainder of the proceedi bonds. Given under my hand this tho 14th tho west side of the Beaver Dam aad among tho parties entitled, thereto, I Hartford road on a white oak. Km, will offer for sale At public "outcry day of December, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C, Cella Harrods northeast corner; best Didder at tho to 0. M. Crowe and J, S. Glenn, Atty. lionce Jo a. tiorthernly course wltlr court houso door la Hartford, Kensaid DuiYer Dam and Hartford road. tucky, on Monday January 2, 1922, (It being the first day of the regu- MASTKR COJDnSSIOXER'S SALE C9 poles to a stake; thence S. 87 U County Court) W. to D. H. Barnes' east line, a stooo lar term of the Ohio planted In the line and In this corOhio Circuit Court. at about the hour of 12:30 P. M., on months, the Daisy L. Miller et nl. Plaintiffs. ner; thence Bouth with said D. H. n credit of six and twelvo following described real estate, being vs. Notice ot.sale. Barnes' and Prank Render's line to a stone in R. R. McLean's north line.; in Jtockport Ohio County, Ky., con- Kato Duwson, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order thence N- - 60 E. 140 poles to the besisting ot a house and lot. ginning, containing 70 acres, moro or The purchaser will be required to of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, to me in the above styled ac- less. execute bonds immediately after sale, The purchaser will be required to payable In equal installments, bear- tion, at the November, 1921 term of ing interest at the rate of 6 per cent said court, directing me to sell the. execute bonds Immediately after sale. per annum from date until paid. Said hereinafter described property for the bonds to be made payable to the so bonds to have H'" force and effect ot paying tho cost of tho ver Dam Deposit Bank tor tho of a judgment. A lien will bo retain- above staled action and the cost of amount of its indebtedness and to ed on the property sold to further se- this sale, and the debt of tho Reaver Kato Dawson for the amount ot her cure tho payment of said bonds. Dam DeposiMiank amounting to $1,- - indebtedness and to the commlsslon-500.0- 0 Given under my hand this the 14 with interest thoreon at tho er tor the balance of the. purchase-ra-te day of December, 1921. of 6 per cent per annum from price Said bonds to have tho force OTTO MARTIN, M. C. O, C, February 22, 1921, until paid, 'also and effect of a judgment, and a Ilea J. S. Glenn, Attornoy. the debt of Kate Dawson In the sum , will bo retained on tho property sold Ml of J60Q.00, with interest thereon nt to further secure tho payment ot said , Ktuk "Party What are you crying the rate of 6 per cent per annum from I bonds. August 18 1921, until paid, and a Given tinder my hand this tho 14th that way for llttlo boy? of tho day ot December 1921. distribution of tho balauce Llttlo Boy 'Cause It's the onlj proceeds among tho plaintiffs and dc- -l OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. way I know how to cry. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. fendants, as their interests may ap-- j bid-soued -Bea-purpp- i" u ;" tions. . for frco and protection of American intorests in tho mandated territory and require that Japan shall rpport to tho Uulted States as well as to the ueaguo on details of her administration of alive." Thce conditions include provision Addition signed by nearly all of missionaries admission of the cttlzens of nenton was sent to tho Governor, protesting against the payment of the roward to Howard. VIND $.10,000 PROCTER LOOT UNDER COAL PILE Cincinnati, Doc 10. Fifty thousand dollars' worth of Jewelry, stolen from the homo of Col. William Cooper Procter, on November 28 last, was recovered toda,y In Dayton, Ohio, ac cording to a dispatch to the Clnclji natl Times Star, It was found under n pile of coal in tho cellar of the houso occupied by Peter Velkor, one of the men indicted in connection with the robbery, Velker and five Other men nnd ono woman Indicted on various charges in tho case, .loaded not guilty when arraigned In Criminal Court here today. John D. Stratton, negro, tho pleadother man ed guilty. Trial of tho cases will start in a few days. under-.lndlctme- nt, ; Tho Yap cable and wireless rights. regarded us highly Important becauso of tho island's advantageous position in the center of tho Pacific group to tho South of Japan are accorded by the treatv to tho American nnd Jap anese Governments and nationals, on terms of absolute equality. Americans Krco From Taxes. In the exercise of. these rights Am- rh, erlcun nationals arc to bo free from taxes, Hconslng, censorship and every form of dlscrimatory supervision, and He Jones Heaven bless him! lu addition are to bo aided by tho showed confidence in me when the Japanese Government in obtnlnlng clouds wore dark and threatening. ufceded properly and facilities. Robinson In What way? Tho Immediate valije of tno arf Jones Ho lent mo an umbrellu. rangement to tho United, States lies mm in'tbe concessions with regard to le . mm MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SAIJ-communication because they complete American control of Ohio Circuit Court. existing able uotweqn Yap and death. FOfr FLETCHER'S W. P. Jnylor, Admr. etc., Plaintiffs. tho 3rd tract: Beginning at a white vs. Notice ot sale. R-- f Iuam. Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That if Mara oak in tho Joshua Bellamy and S. S. Lelah Hayncs and Deo Haynes, Considerable, importance also Is atBrown line; thence running about Defendants, Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared Kindly old Woman You ire a vo- - south 52 poles to a beech; thence 4 By virtue of ii Judgment and order J tached by American officials to the privileges, nllho It Is to bo ry nice llttlo boy to give your candy about S. E. 36 poles to a stone cor- of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court enradio Much Sickness and Worry. ner to S. S. Brown; then 67 E. 84 tered at the November 1921 term, In treaty that wo Am6rlcan tp your llttlo friend. ngreed poles to four hickory saplings, an- tho aboye styled action, directing mo Youthful Hard Ouy Aw, ho ain't other corner of S. S. Brown; radio station will bo Installed so long then N. to soil the hereinafter described propNavasota, Texas. Mrs. W. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was . . . 30 W. 24 poles to a large white, oak erty for tho purpose of paying the as the present Japanese plant Is op- no friend uv mine. "why did i In Crow's line, then about N. V. in cost of tho above styled action and of this place, relates the folio wing interest- Just lifeless. Kindly Old Woman Then without discriminatory exaceratedthe beginning, containing 40 acres, tho cost ot this sale, and paying tho ing account of how she recovered her "I heard of Cardui and after reading I you glvo him the candyT tions. debt ot W. Ps Taylor in the sum of strength, having realized that she was decided 1 had some female trouble tlmt flips "asli """. ' c'0 Ouy- ex1OT Youthful Hard Signature of tho convention Is Heine thn snmo Inn," xnnvnvo.1 f $220.00 with interest at 6 per cent , was pulling me down. I sent for Cardui Tulv the decedents W, W, Royal arid Mary from Ndvomber 23, 1918. until paid, actually losing her health: days, erasing ono bothorln' mo. Youngstowu pected within a few "Health is the greatest thing In the and began it . . P. Royal by P. P. Westerflold and credited by 100.00 paid Septembor of. Urn principal causes for controver- gram, wife on Octobor 2D, 1903, and which, 21 1318, and the balance to bo di- world, and when you feel that gradually "Ina very short while alter I began the sy between Washington and Tokto record In "I do hope that you keep your cows ls0f Ohio Countydeed book 25, page vided among tho plaintiffs and de- dipping away from you, you certainly sit Cardui Home Treatment I saw an Ira 487 and bringing to an end negotiations Clerk's office, fendants as their Intorests may ap provementand it wasn't long until 1 was In a pasture," said Mrs. Newlywed, as sov-or- al The purchaser will to pear herein, I will offer for sale at iip and take notice. That is wliat I did which have covered a porod of an- she paid the milkman. execute bonds for the purchase price publlr outiry to tho highest and best iom time ago when I found myself In a all right good appetite, splendid rest, months. Tho agreement was "Yesfl'm," replied the milkman, J,'of ui sum ihuii iimueuiaieiy aner sale, uidiier at the rnurt hniiHn ilnnr in very nervous, run-docondition of and much stronger so tltat I easily did my nounced today to the commltteo of course, we keeps them In a pasture." witji security to be approved by the Hartford. Ky. on Monday. January health. I was so tired and felt so lifeless houso work. tho whole or Jhe arms conference .and "Later 1 took a bottle of Cardui as a .u,.mWvu, imuujo in six "I'm so glad," gushed Mrs. Newly-we- twelve months, bsarlng Interest at anu.j, lass .u Dejng me first uay or the 1 could hardly go at all. tho regular iwni of toe Ohio its terms later were mado public by "I have been told that pasteu- rate of 6 per cent per annum from Court) at about the hour ot 12:30 "I was ust no account for work. I tonic. I can recommend Cardui and gladthe State Department. date until paid. Said bonds to have P. It., on a credit of six months woutd get a bucket of water and would ly do so, for if more women knew, it rized milk is much the best." The American request, for a the force and effect" of a Judgment. the following described property: feel so weak I would have to set it down would save a great deal of worry and -- . was A lien will be retained on the land A certain parcel munlcallons base in .Yap first sickness." of land situa"I sometimes wonder It lite fs sold to further secure the payment of ted In Haynpsvllle. Ohio County, Ky. sefor e I felt like I could Hit it to the shelf. U ; laid beforo tho powers at Paris, and worth living," mused the pessimist. The enthusiastic praise of thousands ol (n this condition, c! course, to do even said bonds. and bounded as follows; Administration" later ,,the Wilson other wofneH who have found Cardui Given under my hand this the 14 ''It is," replied the optimist. "It's Beginning at a stone N. E. corner my housework was a task almost jr. " jnade a vigorous protest when the worth living much better .than motet day of December, 1921, helpful should convince, you that it is to HayneYllle church lot; to accomplish. OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. C. with line of said church lot thence ." ' League awarded a mandate over-t- he worth trying. All druggists sell it. S. 1 w, ot us live It." Fellowship Forum, M. L. HeavrTnt Atty. "I was . , , wtvoug u easily um. I W .t 12 polss to a stone; thence 8. 89 W, 6 the mandate. a -- IS YOUR HEALTH ca-Ii- In-fu- ro Children Ory J GRADUALLY SLIPPING? CAS TO A In-th- e boj-equlre- d d, '' .mm ac r$mm 2Xj . t C v Vj W JT ms w. Waterman1 sM V. v " III $3.00 to $12.00 C h. Select Them From The Largest And Most Complete Line in Ohio County DOLLS Gcnulno Sleeping Beauties 03c to $5.00 Other Kowplos U3r to .yj.00 $1.00 to $U.0: HON PAPERS IMP. to $.1.73 KODAKS AND HROWNIES No. 0 Brownie C.unera No. 2 ...... .$2.00 2.B0 S.BO Ideal Fountain Pons 92.50 Up. WHITMAN'S CHOCOLATES Brownie Camera No. 2a Brownlo Camera Folding Autographic HO.OO Evorsharp Pencils, Enameled, Silver plated and gold filled 05c to $3.00 Chlncac Baskets, well made and ornamented 75c to $2.50 Wo can Bupply round beau-tifull- y Leather and Mahogany Jewel Cases, Decorated Boxes nmPChlncao " BasketB filled with Whitmans Regular packagps of Whitman's Choc olatcs V4 to 'pounds 75c to $8.00 Brownlos to 9t5.00 PATIIE I'HOXOORAPHS 903.00 to 9.IH3.00 easy terms .Sapphlro and stool needle Records, tho latent 83c , SPECIAL .XMA8 BOXES of High Grade Cigars, 5 to 25 clgari In box 50c to $:t.30. Eastman Autographic Kodak $8.00 to 97.00 Kodak Albums, Carrying cases and Developing Outfits. boxes of Whitman's Chocolates to fill those. Large assortment at lowest prices. of bulk Candles TOILET SETS " $3.00 to $13.00 MANICURE SETS $2.00 to $10.00 PIPES 25c to $0.00 pigar and clgarctto holdors and cases, nil prices. Safety Razors and Shaving Sets. M "the ixr"sr.A.i. Beaver Dam Drug Company DAM, stodfles vr IQESjA-VIESIEI. v 3-2-- 3E5L3E3TNrT,XI03E5L",Sr iMTimWiHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHgHHrHHHHHHHHl i NOVEMBER HONOR KOLL . ed as follows: nnd sugar tree, N. W. corner of Dab-ney- 's Company of Equality, Ky., by W. A. Tlpirlmilnf n n nnnlnr nml til.l.-n,1000 ncro survey; FOR BEAVEK DAM SCHOOI thenco Klrtioy and Mary S. Kirtloy, as courses to tho lands of Alford and S. south 59 E. 128 poles passing An- chown by deed ot record In tho Ohio J. H. Kcown; thonco running S. 59 drew Crowe nt 70 poles to a whlto County Clork's office. Mr. Cecil Bristow spent Saturday 1st Grade Virgil Stewart, Jewel E. 22 5 poles to a stako cornor to oak and hickory treo, Leo Wlmsatt's Also tho following doscrlbcd tract Clothing Co. nnd Meyer & with Mr. Delbort Newcomb. I'nitoil Sandefur, Itlchnrd Sandefur, Lewis the lnnds of Embry; thence S. about corner; thenco with said Wimsatt's or parcel of land, situated at Equality 3 W. 19B 5 poles to a stako lino S. 1 W. 122 polos to a hickory Ohio County, Ky., nnd described ns has Morton Williams, Hlnklo Store Cleaned. Miss Vorsla Newcdmb who Dorothy Dexter, Swift's corner; thenco N. 88 W. 129 on bank of small drain-- , been. lnHartford for some tlmo with Luetic Martin, Grace Marguerlto Wil- poles to n chestnut sung; thence N. 9 nnd nsh N. tho W. 128 apoles to two follows; 89 thenco Beginning nt n stono, corner In tho Lexington, Ky., Dec 14. Flames Mrs. spent from Thurs- liams. Leisure, W. S7 poles to n chestnut stump; chestnuts nnd oak In tho division at line ot street or public road nnd runwhich threatened to sweep i5 Main day until Tuesday, with her parents, Taylor, Grace thenco N. 70 E. IS 3 polos to n Dabney's lino; thence N. 1 E. 128 ning With tho lino of said road in n 2nd Grade Wllma Street nnd engulf the City Hall Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, at this James, Virginia McKenncy, Martha white oak snag; thenco N. 32 W. IS poles to tho beginning, containing northeasterly' direction 50 foot to a poles to a stone; thenco E. 86 poles J00 Exacres moro or less, nnd except- stono; thenco In n westorly direcbuilding, housing tho Adams place. Sandefur, Samuel Leach, E. W. Ford, to a stone; thenco N. 21 U ing from this boundary 50 ncros this 200 feet to tho lino ot an nlloy; press Company and Western Union Masters Jay, Lowell, and Earnest Tholma Cooper, Luclle Stevens, Glr-thl- poles to n stone; thenco N. 86 E. 36 day sold by Virgil Sutton unil Alary tion thence with tho lino of nnld alley, the Newcomb spent the week-en- d Telegraph Company offices, and poles to a stone; thence N. 11 W.13 e. suuon to John H. Wright, also ex southeast 50 foot to the lino of said with Mae Graves. Wolf-Wil- e poles to n stono In branch; thence Company's women's wear their cousfas, Ella and Lyman Ren-fro3rd Grade Ray Martin, Claudius down said branch, when reduced to a ceptlng from this boundary 5 8 street or public road; thenco with tho " acres heretofore sold to J. W. Wright, lino of said road 200 feet to tho placo municipal offices, store, besides the at Taffy. Maddox, Tom Barnes, Paul Chinn, straight line N. about 54 E. 36 polos This land Is recorded In Ohio Coun- of- - beginning. already had gutted the United Clothspent Saturday Hlrnra Patrick, Billy Taylor, Leonard to tho beginning, containing 135U ty Clerk's office In deed book 17, Miss Gola Crabtree This being n part of lot No. 8 as ing Company and Meyer & Hinkle's night with her cousin, Mrs. Audra Carson. ncres. page 140. shown on the plat of said, town nnd a AluO the following persoanl propbetween Nowcomb and Mr. Newcomb of this Tho women's store, causing 4th Grade Ghristino Young, Ru- erty: Two black mare mules six execute purchaser will bo required to part of the property conveyed to first bond Immediately after salo, parties by W. M. Kirtloy which deed $160,000 nnd $200,000 dnmaga at placo. by Martin. Leora Baize, Altha F,uqua, years .old lor me pinchaso prico, bearing In Is ot record in deed book, 42, pago 2:30 o'clock this nftorpnon. Thft mirrhiifipr will "-in rpniilrnil in ..VIMl ..v ttin .utv nf n ,a LVUl nn. 52 Ohio County Clork's office. Word has been received from Mr. Maud Leisure, Oletta Chapman, Ed-- tnmt nt h.m v ut M JUI nnM i'Vl " Every piece of firejZuparatus in nnd Mrs. HJ M. Downey, of Hudson, die Chinn, Elizabeth Patrick, Walter execute niter saio annum from date until paid. Said Tho purchnsor will be required to paable In equal installments, bear bonds to have the force and effect of execute bonds Immediately after sale. town was fighting tho flames which, 111., announcing tho arrlal of a baby Rlggs. Ing Interest at, the rate of 6 por cent n judgment.' A lien will bo retnlnod In equal Installments, bearing interunder a strong southeast wind, were boy in their home, December 7th. 5th Grade Asle Hill, Judith De- - per annun from date until paid. on tho property sold to further se- est nt the rato of 6 per cent per anbeing swept toward tho Pheoerclx Ho V. Lowe and chil Hart, Heriuia Flener, Joe Taylor. Par- - Said bonds 'to have the force ami ef- cure the payment fo said bond. Mr. 'and Mrs. T. num from dale until paid. Said bonds only by a twenty-fotel, separated Given under my hand this tho 11 to have tho force nnd ottcct of a judgdren of near Phllpot spent from Fri yen Knight, Edith Arbuckle, Gene- fect of n judgment. A lien will be alley from the threatened buildings. day until Monday with Mrs. Lowo's vieve Leach, Esther Dockery, Ray rotalncd on the property sold to fur- day of December, 1921. ment. A lion will bo retained on tho OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. property sold to further secure tho .Records, maps and books were mov parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lake. ' , ther secure tho payment of said Pierce. bonds. M. L. Heavrln, Atty. payment of said bond.8. ed out of tho City Hall by the city Mr. .and Mrs. Sylvester Clark and Given under my hand this tho 14th cth Grade Moorell Taylor, Oscar Given undor my hand this the 14th been forced to children spent Saturday and Sunday Wright Stevens, Merle Hocker, Dclo- - day ot December, 1921. employees, who had MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE day ot December, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. Jeave their desks by the heat aud with Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Trogdan of ria llalze, Rachel Hays Hart, Greth-e- l OTTO Q. MARTIN, M. C O. C. M. L. Heavrln, Atty. M. L. Heavrln, Atty. smoke. Ohio Circuit Court. this neighborhood. Martin, Etta Mae Norvell. Oil Bullock, Guardian, et al. PlainThe offices of the Superior Mr. Yates Everling Is very 111 of 7th Frieda Puree, Tommlo Phelp,s MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE John tiffs. BOAT SERVICE Corporation also were in the build- pneumonia. Lucy Klyde JacKson, Roy Taylor, vs. Notico ot sale. ing housing the two clothing stores Ohio Circuit Court. mm Floyd Newton. J. L. Addlngton, et al,, Defendants. The Boat, Hartford, has IL T. Holbrook and. W. H. Parks, whose stocks were destroyed or ruinBy virtue of judgment and order Sth Grade Helena Knight, Beulah WASHINGTON FLOOD partners trading and doin-- ; bu of salo entered a In tho abovo styled been put in service between ed by smoke and water. This building Audrey Martin, Winona Colo- siness under the firm name nnd nction at the November 1921, term belonged to tho Joseph Clark estate. DEATH TOLL IS 13 Kane. Luclllo Couch, Virgil Couch, style of Holbrook & Parks, of the Ohio Circuit Court, directing Hartford and Evansville, Inman, Plaintiffs, The estimated loss Includes both tho mo to sell tho hereinafter described Malcolm Barnes. diana. Departures will be damag. to the building and that sus- Pumat) Estlmutcd At $250,000; Farm is. Notice of sale. 9th Grade Arthur Plrtle, Alton Pettus Davis and L. P. Slsk, partners property for tho purpose of paying tho cost of tho abovo styled action made from Hartford on " tained by tho two companies. Lund, Stoc) Suffers. Chinn, Carrolf Veller, George Barnes. trading and doing buslnces un- and the cost of this sale, and dividP. ,M. Boone, Jr., Is proprietor of 10 th Grade Albert Shultz, Ray der tho firm name of West Hart- ing tho bainnc eot the proceds among Monday Thursday and the United Clothing Store, In whose ford Coal Company, Defendants. thnso entitled thereto, as their interThe mond Brown, Josephine Pirtlo, Lena Seattle, Wash., Dec. 13. By virtue of a Judgment nnd order ests may appear.,1 will offer for sale mornings of each week at 7 Its death list reached thirteen today as Wallace, Wendell Ralph, Martyne fire originated. basement the of salo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, en- at public outcry to tho highest and cause Is unknown. n the result of flood conditions In more McDanlol, Alma Crowder, Frank tered at the November, 1J21, term, best bidder at the court houso door o'clock. Special preparation Union Station adjoins the rear The r, Caron in the above styled action, directing in Hartford. Ky., on Monday, Jnnuary a dozen towns In Western ley Ca.sobler. mo to sell the hereinafter described 2, 1922, (It being the "first day of has been made for handling1 of the United Clo'thing Store on the Washington, partially Inundated Roach. property for the purpose bt paying tno reBUjar term of 'the Ohio County all kinds of live stock. Your west, but tho wind being in an oppo- since Sunday by incessant rains. The 11th Grade Edwyn Hunley, the cost of the above styied net on (itid at 12:30 site direction kept It from danger. Eidrod tho'cpst of this sale, and paying the Court) on aaboul tho hour of twojvo patronage is earnestly solicwas estimated at more thanlard Willis, iliie Chinn, P. M. credlt of Blx and Smoke forced many of the city of- $250,000. judgment .of the plaintiffs against tho ,nonti,s the following described real Young. ited for everything you havq ficials to abandon their offices at the Cotin-wit- h ate, lying and being in 12th Grade Corlnne Taylor, Flor-slow- defendants amounting to $15,000.00 Flood waters were reported to bo at tho ,y Ky and bounded nndOhio thereon interest City Hall and Commissioner of Pubdescribed to ship, either in or out. receding tonight. Moderate ence Taylor. rate of 6 per cent per annum ag fon0WW lic Works McCorklo ordered the block raln3 .tei predicted, b i: weather from the 18th day of June, 1921. un- -, Kour lots In the town of Equality, Freight rates are reasonable. maps, sewer maps and other valuable bureau c f.'.'clals hero viresspd the 111 a.t'l PaW. credited by the sum Iofwill of- - Kentucky, Nos. 5. 6, 7, and 8, 100 by HARNETT'S CREEK 87 paid August 15, 1921, records of the department removed. belief that tho height of the flood 200 feet as shown by plat of said HARTFORD BOAT CO., eg for for sale at public- - outcry to the- - town beInB tno samo property con. stage had been reached. H. T. Holbrook, Mgr. Farrner8 A largo crowd attended tho funer- highest and best bidder at th court veyt, to tho Morcantllo CENTRAL GItOVE . Traffic to tho east over the Chi- al of Mr. William D. Gray Tuesday house door In Hartford, Ky., on , Monday January z, luzz. tu peing cago, M!lwau'xe and St. Paul and Mr. J. S. Ford who has been under Northern Pacific Railroads was halt- afternoon, at Union Grove. Funeral the first day pf the regular term ot County treatment at Dawson Springs, seems ed tonjght and all trains on trans- sorvlccs were conductedby the Rev. tho Ohio 12:30 P.Court,onata about the M., credit 01 Savae ot Beaver Dam. Mr. Gray died hour of to be slowly Improving. continental lines were cither annulsix nnd twelve months, the following to led or were being detoured ove.r tho at sih emoh, described ptoparty, viz: Mlss Geneva Goft has returned In Owensboro, on the All the coal properties of the West hiw home after spending a week with Columbia River routes owing to at his home Hartford Coal Company consisting of 11th, Inst. her cousin' Miss Emma Ward, at washouts. the coal underlying Estll, small son of Mr. Ves Bozarth lease covering the Smith farm on the Centertown. Breaking of dykes near Mount the farm called Monday, L. & N. Central Grovo Basket Ball team Vernon flooded thousand of acres in received painful Injuries railroad below Hartfrod, Ohio County, Ky., together with all minBY THE met Contertown on tho lutter's court, tho Skngtt River Valley and render- whllo playing ball, at school. Mr. Clyde Bartlott, who has been ing equipment, coal cars, tracks, rails Saturday, resulting In a score of 11 ed scores temporarily homeless. Conmachinery nnd nil tipples, mules, 111, Is able to be out again. to 10 in favor of tho Centertown team siderable damage was reported to tho mining equipment nnd appurtenances Mr. Noel Patton's friends surpris- now located and situate on said farm. --- MONTH This was the first game for tho Cen- farm districts and heavy losses of ed him Sunday with a birthday dinTho purchaser will be required to Grove boys. tral livestock was feared. ner. All present report an enjoy- exocuto bonds immediately after salo, Mr. Otis Ashby, a student in Hart-lor- d payable In equal Installments, bearing " able time. AT THE i High School, spent the week-on- d HERBERT Interest nt tho rato or u per cent per Mr. Irn Hussey mado a business annum from dale until paid. Said Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Miller were ivlth htB parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale bonds to have tho force and effect of Ashby. the Guests ot Mr. and Mrs. R. M. trip to Owensboro, Tuertday, Mr. E. L. Brooks and daughter, Ida a judgment, a lien win no remin- Miss Nellie Roeder and Mr. Gilbert Miller Sunday. ed on tho property sold to further sewedDnlrd attended the Patton-Balr- d Word has just been received here, Bell, were In Hartford tho first of cure tho paymont of said bonds. Given under my hand this the 14th ding Sunday, which wa3 solemnized of tho death of Miss Myrl Crowe, this week. day of December, 1921. at the home of Rev. Gaggard, daughter ot Willie Crowo of Phllpot. HARTFORD, KY. - OTTO C. MARTIN M. C O. C. Tho'romalns will bo burled at Panth- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S S.LK Kirk & Bartlott, Attys. a Mrs. Everett Porter and Htlo son, er Creole, December 13. w C. C. Rnymer. Plaintiff, Mr. Bud Barker and son, Jesse, of Mcilenry, nro visiting her parents vs. Notice of s'ale. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S KALE W. F. Kcown, ot al., Defendants. spent Monday in Owonsboro. Mr and Mrs. It. II. Brown. W. H. Renfrow, Plaintiff. i " juukuiuih hiiu Miss Bessie Ashby is spondlng (ho Mr nnd Mrs Wllllo rtlclinrrisnn of ' vs. Notice of .salo. dor of sale entered In tho abovo week with Miss Uva Ashby, of Center-tow- PellvlllCj were guests of Mr. and Mrs ntyled action nt tho November, 1921 Mary E. Sutton, et nl., Defendants, By virtue ot a Judgment and order O. T. Burdette, Sunday afternoon. torin of the Ohio Circuit Court, dl- TICHENOR-LEAC- H Mrs. Mtzella Rowo is on tho sick Mr. Ed Baizo and family havo reeling mo to sell tho hereinafter of sale entered In 4 ho nbovo styled dos"lbel Property for the purpose nction at tho Novomber, 1921 term moved to Whltesvlllo and Mr Guv ,nK Ul0 Jut,Bmont ot tno KucccttMirs to llroirii & Jurnngin of the Ohio Circuit Court, directing of Mlnton has moved, with his family, tItf c. c. Riymor, against the de- - jne-- to sell the hereinafter described WASHINGTON i femlant, nimmnUng to f 400.00 with property for tho purpose' ot paying the into Mr. Baize's house. Dealer in Mr. aud Mrs. Adklns, or Pates- - Interest nt tho rate of 0 por cent per Judgment ot theplaintlff against tho on mi in from Septombor 24, 1920, defendants, amounting to $27.50, sor-r- t: wore th guebts ot Mr. and Mrs. . pnldi pn(, Quito iv largo crowd attended ,0 furlher pay , Jlflg with interest thereon at the rato ot Deal McDanlol, faundny. hero Sunday and Sunday n0fli f the cross potRlonor, Walter 6 por cent per annum from April 16, Mrs. Luclnda Crowe, who has been llaymer, amounting to $156.00, with 1918, Until paid, together with tho of abovo styled action until '"'"est from January 7. 1921.paying cost cost tho this snlo, I will otfor nnd Me. and Mrs. J. II. Travis aud son, ill for several weeks, is Improving. purpose of ' of for tho nnd Mr. and Mrs. S. v . Flowers spent Inltl C()st of for the Lowol.'bf Hartford spent tho weekth tI,iactlnn nnd tno cost ot sale at public outcry to tho highest nnu this sulo, I will offeofor salo nt pub and best bidder, at tho Court houso with friends and relatives in ouniiay wiin mr, ami airs. ui end lie outcry to thu highest and best bid- - door in Hartford, Kentucky, on MonJim Kollem. this community. der. at tho court house door In Hart day "January 2, 1922. (It being the Mr KniMi Hnnrrtnn nn,i mib Mr.-anMrs. Lovlt Bratcher of first day of the regular term of tho Mon- Huff wore married December C. at Bt. ?, wore guests Sundny and . GASOLINE nt about the Ohio County Court) r .regular term of tho Ohio County! hour of 12:30 P. M., ou a credit' ot day of Mr:. and Mrs. Monroe Smith. Marys, Whltesvlllo. Messrs. Adnni Richmond, Myrtlo Court) at about the hour of 12:30 six months, tho following descrlbod Smith. Main Street HARTFORD, KY. "?,1!" ?' "' ! IVJ real estate, In Ohio Coiftity, Ky nnd AIiSwCllffioHondrlx nnd son, Win. Floyd and Henry Chambers deliver-'L,'0- " .bounded ns follows: of ed tobacco In Owesboro Monday. I JUtoy . nad Miss vtoiet Alien, County. Kv.. bound. Beginning at a large Spanish oak estate, ., er this vicinity spent Monday and Tues LEXINGTON VISITED day with Mr. and Mrs. Estes Hudson, BY $200000 BLAZE of Beda. 8.W. w 7-- -- -.. ... .- oouas-lmmeainiei- ot I 2 Kel-tha- Eva-Carte- go ly ; I j MAGAZINES COPY - rds -- ., YEAR ! ir N Ohio County Drug Go. k. a-- "' '"u or-:..'- .'. n. ,,,,. MOTOR CO. i un-vlll- e, ry d Sffffi,. J" Automobiles and Accessories And cylinder oil. . - p "vrrar