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Subscription $1.50 per Year; NUMBER 2o ML HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, them, nnd, becauso attempts havo been mndo hero to put all the. blamo on the plenipotentiaries, when thd blamo Is actually vltlt tho wholo cabinet, and becauso, also, I know Mick FRIDAY, ' DECEMBER 23, 1921. spteche or trips to various parts of tho country. It was Indicated nt tho Whlto Houso today that this policy would bo followed nt least until March because of tho pressure of bu slnesa In connection with tho nrma-meconference nnd tho Tegular ses sion ot Congress. nt LONE BANDIT IN DARING HOLD-U- P V1KW COXFIilCT OX 1MCIFIO TACT II onin niTin .Jliii ilil!U I f' 'U . Washington, Doc. 20 President Harding, it was said today nt tho Abonril It. & O. Obscrvn- and where ho stands,. I am Inclined I'nsiH'nRcrs Whlto House, does not regard tho . tlon Cnr Hobber In 'Heart four-powPacific treaty A3 covet Tug to agree. of Chicago. Griffith Bests De Valera "In any event I havo.moro respect tho principal Islands of tho Japanese t Empire. for 'Collins nnd Griffith thnn for these In Heated Tilt, Fealty qulbblcrs and tricksters horo." This view, which is contrary to MANY RAILROAD MEN Dec. 21. Police today InChicago, Pledge Assailed. THROWN OUT OF WORK . Siting down close to Do Valera, that voiced repeatedly by Official vestigated a report that n spokesmen ot- - the Americnn delegaMcCarton pointed a shaking finger bandit with exquisite manners, tion, was described nt tho Bedford, Ind., Dec. 20. Following nt the president, nnd said: Whlto hold up observawho single-hande- d Dublin, Dec! 20. T"ho stormiest "Rejection moans war there Is no House as the President's personnl the posting of a notice yestfirday by passengers on tho Daltlmoro opinion.-no- t session that tbo Hull has yet held nltcrnativo England's capacity for tion car based on consultation the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul & Ohio night flyer fo'r Washington amo to at 7 o'clock tonight making blunders mny cave us yet, with other members of his Adminis- Railroad Company by Master Me Chicago's South Sldo chanic Miller, 'tho locomotive depart with Indications thnt the decision to but If happily It.sp transpires, It will In the heart of tration. last night, had escaped In an automoxctlfy or roject tho peaco treaty mny not be duo to any statesmanship Mr. Harding was said to believe ment of their shops hero wore clos bile driven by n WQinnn companion-Childrenot bo reached before tiro adjourn-I- n shown here." thnt the treaty no more applies to tho ed down this morning, throwing skating on a pond at Every one of on t over Christmas. Mn)oi-- ' Wife Speaks. Islnnds constituting Japan proper mnqy men out of work. The notice Street say tho robber mndo the 123 members hnH announced tho' At tho mprnlng session tho strongthan It does to the mainland of tho states thedcpnrtmont will be closed getaway In a car whjch had been r nor Neither Jntcntlon to make u speech. United States. In view It was said, indefinitely. est Bpeech was mndo by Mrs. O'Calla-gha- his tho railroad viaduct. Late llils nftertioon after n agreement only covers island any other officials here know when of the murdered mayor parked beneath widow the The bandit bbarded tho observa- possessions In Hesston, Sean Mllroy, of Limerick, who ltko all tho "black Pacific, w'iIIp the work will be resumed, It is said. Slxty-thlr- d Street stat- main Japanesethe one womon" blttorly opposed nny. associa- tion car at tho TOpresentIng two constituencies .group occupies tho passengers to Sho ion1 and forced tho north nnd ono south took tho floor. tion with tho Hrltlsh cmplr position of a party to tho treaty rath- RAG PICKER, CHARITY M. D, Taylor, a Balby her stand In line. CHARGE, HAD $45,000 For1 an hour ho assailed Do Volera made a Btrong Impression agent, was er than n possession. timore & Ohio passenger and his supporters unmercifully, end-lti- B qulot manner nnd convincing gave up his pocket-booSeatle, Dec. 18. Petition for promr.klntr evon nolnt In n logi first In line. Ho his speech amidst roars of niln-.glHEAR HAYS WILL ACCEPT . Threo other men contributed nngor. Ho cal 'and dispassionate manner..' cheers and shouts of MOVIK MAGNATES OFFEK bate of the will uf Albert Llchtblau, t robber reached Mr. and Mrs. who died December 15, has disclosread the Bubslltulo oath ot ulloglnnco Sho Insisted that she represented then tho H'rbeft'L. Stnnaburg, ot Tucumcarl, TY: P.lnqn ed that instead of being a penniless myster90 Trnelitnirlnn which U De Valerti's fnmous the wlslfos of her constltutentrf nnd Mexico, nnd ther threo small ious "Document Number Two," which that they knew her unalterable vlowo New friends iff WIJ1 H. Hays, Postmaster old man, ho possessed $15,000 In chlldre'n. kept secret nt the when they elected her. cash nnd property valued at $30,000. General, were unablo to verify until now has been "Madam," he said, "will you please A Bister, Mrs. Martna Ramp, ot .president's request. "The treaty will put, Irolnnd defithat ho had decided to accept end of "Now tbo cut Is out of tho bag," nitely Into tho empire," she said". take the children to the other In nny an offorl that would virtually make Wntorbury, Conn., was named as tho car. I am not Interested Mllroy shouted nbovo tho din. him hen ot the motion picture In principal beneficiary.' "That belng,so, what has the strugVnVra wa3 on his feet Instant- gle ot all these hundreds, of years vnluablco a woman mny havo, nnd I dustry in tho United States. They A policeman, found Llchtblau in tlte Do If ly, palo with race, and Insisting that hp?n for? Evon If I fonnd the terms, do not want to frighten children. said the: knew the heads ot several street December 7, weak from Illness, ".tho 'deputy's nctlon'ln disclosing tho of tho treaty satisfactory and con- you please. large in tlon picture concerns had Ho died Thursday. Ho hnd gather Aa Mrs. Stansbury and the chilcontents of document number two sistent with national honor, tho Joy made lilm a. definite offer of a large ed rags and paper for years. request he'relleved salary,-suppos& was unfair. to bo $100,000 a ot tho British press would mako me dren oboyed his Mr. Stansbury of bis pocketbook. LOUISVILLE MARKETS year, wlt.lt a contract to run two and arltfllh sprang tip and .shook his suspicious. "Not much, but you look ns It you lyears. Thoy said they unfist at Do Valera, and shouted loud"It 13 a mean thing to try to patcl cculd well afford t lose It. else I one-ha- lf Cattle Receipts 100 head. Market ly: up tho rottenness of the empire by derstood tho picture magnates bad "Mllroy Btatod tbo exact truth a pretended gift of freedom to Ire- wouldn't take It, "the robber told, F. deposited half the total salary in a ruled dull and draggy, with practicalthat tho Issue land, It Is more than moan It Is W. Williamson another Baltimore & bank n's.evidenco of good faith In ly no outlet for tho small number of when ho declared confronting us Is not tho 'republic n crime for It leaves England's hands Ohio ticket iTgent. cattle that arrived for the day's making the offer. As ho Continued down the lino ot versus tho treaty,; but tbo 'treaty free for places like-- Egypt nnd Indln, Mr. Hays is absent from Washing- trading. Butcher stock of all kinds passengers tho conductor appeared at versus document number two."- are hardly wanted. Narrow trade In In the name, I suppose, of our comton. Ills office here refuse, to tho front end of the car ready to hia whereabouts, saying that stockers and feeders; common trashy Only "Shadow." IHfrerriK-mon citizenship." collect tickets. The bandit regard- he is at the home ot friends for a kinds almost unsalable. Weaker trade Griffith "Wins Apology. Mllroy beg.in by saying that ho coolly. What looked for a time like a ed him quite possible," he told his few days before going to his home at continues In heavy steers; In fact, wus going to tuke off hlsN gloves. "It's con between do Valera and market i3 in a Sullivan; Ind. ",We have Jjeen throttled by tho serious clash conductor is arm"that mm dition, with a.11 primary points floodprttklent's request that wo keep Griffith came Just botoro the lunch victims ho isnjttho can call men who he ed. Tf ed with cattle. HEALTH EXHIBIT document number two secret," ho eon nnjournmeni wnen uie umur are. That would mean shooting and Quotations: Prime heavy s.teers I Intend to let the Irish 'posed n motion to go Into secret "Hut some of you might get hurt. I don't All educational spaco in tho Na- 6.507; heavy r 'pplng steers $5.75 know In tho President's own slon. so I will leave "It seems qulto apparent." said do want tha to happrn tional Health Exposition to be held In 06.50; medium to good $55.75; words that the difference between Valera, "that the delegation brought you." Louisville, February 1 to 9, has been fat heifers $4.50 6; fa.t cows $4 his counter proposals nnd this treat) Covering tho passengers with his 4.50; medium to good $34; cutback something more from Downing contracted for and by this are- 'only n shadow.' boll gun ho Jerked the emergency canners $1.502; bulls street than the treaty." health nnd welfare or- ters of the "Aro we going to send tbo men nnd rope backed thru tho observation ganizations feeders $4.5005,50; When tho public session reopened from nil parts of tho $2(013.75; women ot Ireland to tho shambles for,, platform door and as the train slowed Is assured nearly 400 of the J stockers $3 05.25. do Valora withdrew tho remark and .a shadow? dis- world. accoptod down, leaped over tho tall and' Calves Market weak and demand most Interesting shows ever group-- j "That Is the responsibility of ovory apologized to Griffith, who npplaud-treat- y appeared down tho embankment. Rejecting tho the upology while the Dall cd under tho roof ot the Jefferson , very limited. Hold back1 all shipments member ot this Dall. County- Armory, This announcement until after holidays. Prices $1 lowfor personnl aggrandizement of ed. In this Incident, as turnout the CARTER COOK acceptance of It whole day, Griffith emerged the was made today by tho organlzatipns er. Be9t veals $J down; medium $3 nny mnn, when the 4; common $2 3. in charge of the exposition, composthe smashing down of tho bar- - tor. Miss Anna Carter and Judge Mnck Hogs Maiket active at steady States Public Health havo rlers of Beven centuries that week ed of tho United. ' Cook eluded their friends last Service, the State Board ot Health, prices. Best hogs, all weights, VIRGINIA IjKACII kept the Irish people from freedom j and went to .Dawson Springs, where brought $7; throwouts $5.75 down. city, and county health depart-nieutstatesmanship or criminal!-- . Is this they wero joined In marriage, the the I Sheep and Lambs Trade' slow and the Women's City Club nnd ty? Miss VIrglnta'Leach, aged 15 years, Rev. E. G. SIsk, a Baptist minister, barely steady. Best lambs quotaUniversity of Louisville. have said that It Is daughter of Mr. nnd Mrs. Charlfe the "Womon here of that place, performing tho cereble nf $S??9, according to quality; tho women who will suffer most If Leach of Hartford, notice of" whoso mony. seconds $5G, beat fat sheep. $2.50 TEACHERS AT VAX LEAR the rejection Is followed by war, yet pri0us Illness ot appendicitis, at tho MUs Carter has been ono of the TO SPEND XMAS AT HOME down. ', to rej ct tho owonsboto City Hospital, appeared In thoy ure propured public In tho foremost teachers Produce i these columns last week, died at that treaty. , Ohio County for soveral schools of Buying prices,, net to shipper, the Misses Lenora Lindley of near LIv- "We all know that It is th,e women place Thursday of last week nt nine years and is held In high esteem bya ermore, Loubel Williams, Hcflln, Mnt- - ahlppor paying, freight nnddrayage most In war, but aro we" o'clock p. m. Tho remains wero who suffer, wide clrele of frlondp. Judge Cook going to send this nation downward 'brought to Hartford o"h the. late train Is tho present Judge of the Ohio tye Duke, Hartrord and Kittle Bess charges, are: j Friday.. Eggs Candled 45c dozen. Funeral services wero held Couuty Court, soon retiring from n Dodson of Sunnydale, members of the for Do Valorn'n shadow?" Poultry Hens, large 19c lb.; It was at this point that Mllroy t, the Uaptlst Church, conducted by term of four years' faithful serUce. faculty ot .the Van Lear High School oaths contained In, tho trea- - the nev. Russell Walker, Saturday He Is widely known und holds the arc expected to return to tbelr homed small 14c lb.; largo spring, chickens read the 14c lb.; small springers 20c lb.; turtv, following It with a dramatic pause afternoon, at 2:30, after which In- - respect and confidence of those who today to spend the holidays. Those young Jadles ore making keys No. 1 40c per lb.; roosters 8c terment' tool: place In "" Oakwood know him best. Ubororo ho questioned the deputies; good In their chosen profession and lb.;, ducks 17c lb.; guineas $3 doz-e"If this oath Is unacceptable to yon Cemetery. The pallbearers were stu-ca- n We Join the many friends of "Judge Ithe young $G. folks at homo will gladly wel tho one that I am about to read $cttiB 0f the High School, and Mrs. Cook In congratulations, and Country Butter Pound 19c J The young girl was a student In our test wisher go with them always. come theju hack for this short vlsw. be Momached any Vaslor? m ; Mlssea Duke, Williams and Dodson Then ho read an almost Identic tno Hartford Graded and High School graduates ot the local High SEVKN-YEAaccompaniment ot ungry rogulur In attendance of Church nnd are TERM oath to the MRS. TAPPAN ENTERTAINS School. AGENT FOR Sunday School services nnd beloved shouts of "No, no, no." . 7 out of tho bag, uy au 0f her associates. S. O. Mrs. Tho cat was Indeed nan entertained tho Mrs. J. II. Tan Milwaukee, Dec. 20. Bert P. Her-zofor tho people had generally been con- - Keown, her teacher, and tho pupils "Ladles Social Club' at her .homo, STAGE HOLD-U- P that-thpresident was holding 0f j,er rootu attended tho tunoral In a Thursday IN STREET OAH former federal prohibition envlncod of last wek, A afternoon ,. nf tU& r tmtililfi li..).. c1iia1 ' .unlaa nml nlhnrfl forcement officer, recently convicted number of games of progressive St' LouK pec. 20. Threo' bandits of accepting bribes aggregating $1G De Valera did ndt even make a do- -, brought many beautiful floral offer-- j rook were enjoyed aftor which a most ' ulul of MIlroy'H cbargo that ho had'ng3- held up Edward .Edwards, G5 years 500 in connection wlth an alleged ilnllrlmiu twn.rnftrRn luncheon was negro messenger for tho Choteau whisky ring, todiy was denied a new declared In the socret sessions thatj Resides her parents tho deceased served. -- Members of tho clubpresenC old, - js I there wan only n shudow or differaurvved by three sisters and four wore: Trust Company, whllo tho negro wus trial afid sentenced to serve seven 'brothers: Mrs, Leet Ashlt-y- , of Ow- - Mesdnmes J. S. Glenn, It. TT" Col- on a Market Street car today, and es- years at Fort Leavenworth, prison and 6iico In the two oaths. movemoTit onsboro, Mrs. Illauton Ellis and llttlo I 0 also to pay u flno ot $16,000. containing Tho most sensational lins, E. E, Blrkhend. Belle Cooper, caped with a satchel o t. Dr. McCarton nnnounced that ho jinrtha Louise Leach. Hartford: Ar-- i W. C. Blunkcnshlp. A. D. Kirk, E. G. of the company's funds. u.u tliur Leach, lternn, tu., ueonnra, u. MARRIAGE LICENSE canio jusi uoioro uiijouniiuuiu Barrnss, C. O. Hunter, Hookor Wila. anil Henry Floyd Leach. lrlhh republic was dead. liams, W. S. Tinsley, Rowan Holbrook HARTFORD LOSES ' said,' "not i TO MAD1SONVILLK ,"It was betrayed," he John R. McCoy, Hurtford, to Darrell Sullongor and Mlssea Lo'ttlo In London, bul n Dublin; not by tho Wall, Beaver Dam. M()Si, MATT1N0IiV I)KA) and Margaret Marks. Guests presnot ot tu Irish republic, who, If thoy The Hartford High school Flvo Erwln Geary, Horso Branch, to ent were: Mesdames L. T. Riley, . Wednesday, Grade Smith, Whlto Run. Drltlsh government hut by tho cabl- rpceive,i hero of tho Oscar Bishop, John P. Taylor, Otto went to Madlsonvllle N h resigned Mnttlngiy,l Had the decency would havo whore thoy lost to tho city basket Arthur E'dge, Hartford, Route 6, loath of JameB Moaes : C. Martlu, Harold Holbrook nnd Miss I it ball team of that place. Tho score-bein- to Eva Mldkiff, Fordvlllo Routo 1 I wnich uoioro hub. took pla.co In Albuquerque. Wlnnlo Sim merman; fe'portod as 29 to 10 In favor Milliard Hoover, Hartford Routo "Republic Is Dentl," ruenn. i ow Mexico on tho 8th of tho proaent 5, to Mao Buughn, Hartford Route of the Hopkins County boys, MOZART CLUII Uepcattng over nnd over again, j month. 'His remains, wore conveyed Crowe, llartlott, Sliults, Likens and 6.- "the republic Is dead," despite en- - to Cnnipboll Hill. 111., the plnco of his David Brlstow, Rumsey, to Ollle tho'resldenco, whore burial took place BoaYer Dennett, accompanied by Ithoads and Thq Mozart Club of tho raged negatives from all parts of ... -- ...i. Nottlo Poole, Hartford Rotfo 1. rt.. . Arnnnvtmi .mv.. Mint tin ,in tlin ...... Tliirlnl rllfn wprji rnn. Dam High School hold Its second Curtis Maples made the trip, l.ltli . ..... , ,.,.w,v.. .wlil oil w.. .., ,v, UI1UI1IUUI, mm Hubert White, Fordsvllle, to Elsie would not voto for the- treaty and ducted by tho M. W. X. Camp of that meeting with Miss Nora V. Jnckson Huff, Narrows. December the fourteenth, A delight PRESIDENT CANCELING ALL , voto ogajnsi u, uecaumj piuce. would not ?. TENTATIVE ENGAG K.MENTS Mr, Mattln'gly formerly resided In ful program which Included readings ono' way meant n dishonorable viola-- 1 k has boen appointed curoath to tho republic and Hartford whero ho has many friends and piano boIos was enjoyed by nil, tlon of his Washington, .Dec. 20 President rier on a rural rpute out of Olaton, regret to hear ot his death The remulnder of tho evening was who will th other would mean chaos. Hardlug Is 'disposed to romaln close- Mr. Cook and family will move to "I realize." said Mr. "McCarton, Mr. Mattlngly the surviving widow spent In playing gamps. ly In Washington for the next threo o'laton before the first of tho new arej is as daughter of Mr. C.F. Scliap-nilrwere Bervcd, nt-t- fio Refreshments "'that many people in Ireland say what is good'onougli forjDf Hartford and besides the widow close of tho meeting. , Everyone pres-e- months and Is canceling all tentative year and assume his duties on Jansqlng to engagements which ho has had tor uary 3rd. for three cilljjran survive Mr. "Mattlngly. reported a, nice time, 2Hlck ColllnB is good enough er well-dressan-enSixty-seventh n, Mr.-Mlllc- BAIL'S SESSION ACCEPTED BY FRENCH Object To Correspondinar; Cuts On Light Craft Ask More 'Subs' Washington, Dec. 20. In" the ex- pcctntlon of nn early completion oC matters of Immediate Importance, before the Washington Conference, members of the Japanese delegation" and their various staffs havo tentatively booked tho enllro capacity oC the steamer Shlnyo Maru, sailing-froSan Francisco January 24, for tholr return to Japan. Washington, Dec. 20. Franco today accepted the American proposal that sho be accorded a capita! ship tonnago of 175,000 under tho naval ' nln-rerlt- v. k. od 1 ed the comriiluci' meeting, declared however, ihnt aa io the "det i 'i 1:.m cruisers t, ipedobji 1 uijd It bo imp.isjlblc for the French Government to accept "reductions corresponding . to thoso which wo accept for capital shlps"-wltbou- t contradicting tho vote of tho limitation agreement. The acceptance of tho French was given at a meeting of tho conference! ihjval subcommittee" ot fifteen at' which the correspondence between. Chairman Hughes and Premier Briand on tho question of capital ship tonnage of Franco was presented. The Fronch Premier In his rcply t. I'r Kughr.!,. as mad public after French Parliament. the correspondence -- cd uj.-pnl- d. lo - $23; -- . - vlc-mea- ns ' ; , s, nr H EX-DH- Y g, e $S,-18- Lo-ret- ta -- "- -- - , . Ray-Coo- nt Tho officials communique in which, was made said, that n meeting of the full committee on limitation of armament had been called for tomorrow, but did not state-th- e subjects to bo taken up. Tho French Frontier's reply to Mr. Hughes emphasizes that capital ships wero essentially "attacking ships" and that the preoccupation of Franca Is not tho offensive point of view, but uniquely defensive point ot view." Washington, Doc. 20. The British, delegation has formally asked that a plenary session of the Washington conference be held tomorrow or Thursday in order that Great Britain may present Its case for the abolition of the submarine. The British spokesman who announced the request said no information was forthcoming as to whether the meeting had or would be granted. Tho British spokesman, in discussing the submarine tonnage question, declared that, unless an agreement was reached on that phase of tho question, all Chat had been accomplished toward naval limitation might be upset. It was expected, however, that tho 3C3slon would bo held Thursday. Lord Lee It was understood, as head oC the British Admiralty, would present tho British case In a carefully prepared statementdoallng largely with technical features. Arthur J. Balfour, head of the British delgatlon, probably will follow, discussing general phases of the submarine warfare. Whether there would bo genoral discussion of the submarine question by other delegates did not develop-- .. today, but it was expected that tho other delegates would agk for time, to, consider the British. In other quarters close to tho British delegation it was suggested that two plenary sessions might bo sought, the first of which would bo devoted to a complete statement of submathe British case rpgardlng rines. The British stnnd as to submarines. It was Indicated today, has been after most careful consideration both before nnd since the conference opened "and may bo expected to have the tenacious support of the delegation In tho discussion td"bo glvon tho subject. If total abolition of tho arm Is generally opposed. It was said. Great Britain will then movo for substantial curtailment in" the form ot decreased Bubmnrno ratios -- an compared with those allowed tiuder tho orlglnnl American plan. M. Sarr'aut.'head of tho Fronch delegation, was understood to hnvo said with much emphasis at the meet ing ot the Naval Committee today that France accepted "the American figures of 175,000 tons ot capital.- ships, provided we havo the agree ment ot tho other members of the ' conference to a sufficient number ot submarines and other .light defensive sub-mersl- vestels." ' I saw bis country dopic'ted In every HARDING HAS WON which wna Imnrnnprlv elnrnrt. newspaper in mo unuou maies'A a. experiment, 400 ears wero In tho NATION, SAYS FESS divided Into two equal lots, ono lot 3 dangerously militaristic power, mereLEVER ON FRANCE ly on Ibo showing presented by Sar- being well cared for and tho otffer His Ability For Flnnl and Correct De- plnccd in n barn wjioro corn is ordl rauC to tho naval committee. cision Now Recognized And nnrlly cribbed. The seed which wns Fuinco Rlnmr Britain. Applauded. properly stored produced yloldg 12 cable, to Parts has been flood Insistance On Large Navy ml Tho mMnncps from Washington. per cont higher on poor soil than did with Washington, Dec. 19. That Pres- tho seed which was stored In tho barn IS IN TUNE WITH THE May Bring Demand To liopo xas been expressed that and ident Harding has morlted and won n while the yields from tho proptTly when tho committee meets on MonRc;pay Loans. ', greator measuro of populnr approval stored seed wero 27 per cent hlghor day morning Sarraut will abate, his than nny of his predecessors in tho on good soil than werct ho30 of tho domnmU. Improperly stored seed. These ro- see' In the publicity same length of time, is Tho French By Robert J. Prew, of Chairman Simeon D. Fcss, of tho sults wero obtained In spite of the given to their naval plans a plot to Ropubllcnn Congressional fact that both lots of seed had ger(In Louisville Herald.) discredit thorn in the eyes of Ameri- National Washington, Dec. 17. Prance's Committee Ho says: minated equally well. ca. The revelation?- - coming from and ready to assist you in every way. K41 fni n lilir nniAi ftntltinil lit Itn "Tho country, fully allvo to tho and furnlco Tho farm kitchen 'V ' V British sources was explained that most unusual problems of readjust tkafehsatlon of the conference today. as Franco was asking for trouble, sho room probably aro tho best places to Senator Sarraut entered a protest must not complain becauso sho got ment, is applauding the efforts of tho storo small amounts of seed whllo It A wonderful assortment of Xmas, Handkerchiefs agalnoftho. publicity given by tho It. administration. It does not mini Is being dried out. An attic, which is in readiness to meet all of the demands of holiday mize the seriousness of the situation. can bo ventilated, which has a British to his demand's. .In th& com- shoppers. We are prepared to offer you Irish Linen, Financial difficulties continued to Harding In less than nine months of chimney passing through tt or which ' mittce on nnvnl nrmnmonts ho con- delay a Klachow settlement of tho HandkerColored Linen or Imported Hand-mad- e presidency has reached a levol is located directly over a hoated case. tho tinued to defend tho French Railroad question In the Shnntung of general good will and approval not room, so that it can bo kept at n chiefs at 50c and $1.00. At the same tlmo ho stood pat on Hanihnra, for Japan, reached by any of his predecessors. fairly uniform temperature, is a good the pi nn to build a fleet of 370,000 conference. Also other values from 5c to 75c. Many of these proposed that China's payments for His genius to command the maximum places tons within tho next fifteen years. place to Curo corn. Other may be purchased in fancy gift boxes. the railroad bo spread over a period ability of 'he nation is well recogniz- which can be used to advantago are From tho American delcgatlpn It twenty-thre- e years, the terms menIn addition to our Handkerchief line we have was learned nfter the meeting that of ed and unreservedly approved by all a special corn curing house, a heated In the original many attractive articles that will make handsome Is now awaiting "ad- tioned His ability for final and sparo rom, the tool or wagon shed classes. Senator Sarraut agreement. This was rojected wheregifts. Below we suggest a few articles which we are correct declsldn Is uow well under- or any dry and buildvices" from Paris. upon tho Japanese delegate proposed n Tonight tho situation remains tho stood and widely applauded. His ing. By using some of tho simple sure will please the most fastideous : period of twenty years. sympathy for the unfortunate, hanging devices, farmors should have r gravest that has yet arisen hore be- a round Dr. Wang declined to accede to tho cause nothing leas than the complete and his deep desire to forward such little difficulty In properly curing the BLANKETS All Wool or Cotton amended proposal and insisted that remedial measures as will meet with breakdown of the conference effort seed for their next year's crop, tho payments to Japan must not BEDROOM SLIPPERS srmnd policy, his keen specialists say. prevent limitation of arnuments is China's the approval to spread over a longer term than three comprehension of economic .law as it one of Its possibilities. After it has remained in one ,of SILK PARASOLS years. ( What the Chinese are seeknave tho suggested places for about two naval commutot met toaffects industrial problems, Before the ing to avoid is retention by Japan of . STAMPED GOODS appxoval. months, tho seed should bo "dry as day, Secretary Hughes. Arthur Balmarked him with general financial control over tho ralffoad. "No ono better understood the ne- bono" and contain less than 10 per Baron Schanzor met In prl- four and STATIONARY continue the dls " cessity of international composure cent of moisture. vato conversation. In this condition, Schanr was The conference will HAND, BAGS cussion Monday. asked what ho proposed to do about nor more fully sensed the wisdom of is free from nny dnneer or being x ' " Meanwhile the eight Chinese "peo selecting a sound diplomat for this it SILK UNDERWEAR damaged by freezing during the retho French position. He replied that ple's delegates" here havo sent a re In these months w? havo,seen mainder of the winter. Tho seed ho intended to fight it vigorously, SCISSORS solution to Dr. Koo insisting that he work. may be allowed to remain In these it would Involve It.tly in tho fight on behalf of the Chinese govern- our international relations, sorely FANCY PINS by tho .war rapidly clear places or It can bo stored In mouse- expenditure of nearly half ft blliion ment, all Japanese proposals designed and jus- - proof barrels, boxes or crates until KID GLOVES with honor to ourselves dollars In o'.ler to bullil up to tho to spfead the redemption over a num- ed French strength and Ibid his coun- ber of years, and calling upon the Ico to all concerned. The troatment of time for planting. The important SILK HOSIERY Rlc dispute, the point to remember Is that the seed try is neither willing nor aole to do Chinese delegation to withdraw from tho Panftma-Cost- a SILK SHIRTS tho Mesopotamia cm- - will bo Injured If It Is exposed to n Hughes then requested him to reVan episode, the discussion and take the whole frain froL. M.klng until other efforts Shantung problem back to tho main brogllo, the Mexican problem, and damp atmosphere In which it absorbs BEADS proposal has marked Mr. had been made to vwork out a satis i'- Japanose accept the Russian among tho greatest of our moisture. TIES conference unless the mm Hughes as factory settlemet. Immediate payment for the railroaad. SCARFS country's diplomats, post or present. War Debt Counter-Proposa- l. .Should Be Quarantined. provoked Out of tho controversy This reflects credit upon tho man reLEATHER GOODS Do You Enjoy Your Mc'uls? sponsible for Mr. Hughes "and bis by France there now arises in offiMany, physicians believe that anycial American minds tho question of one who has a bad cold should be If you do not enjoy your meals Cabinet. Prompt attention is given to all Mail Orders. We "While Congress was at work on completely Isolated to prevent other war debts. your digestion is. faulty. Eat modersuggest that you do your Christmas shopping early. cla-relieve- - unemployto readjustment to' If Francis persists in her ately, especially of meats, masticate members of the family and associates ment, the President summoned to from contracting the disease, ns colds a fleet stronger than tbnt of Japan, your You'll be welcome any time. food thoroughly. Let flvo on the the Unlted.States administration will hours elapse between meats and take Washington the best talent are about as catching as measles. One Yours, veiy truly,. . taiee subject, organized tho machinery, and thlpg sure the sooner ono rids himpropose that she immediately one of Chamberlain's Tablets this probput It in motion to reduce under consideration the payment of danger, self of a cold tho less the after supper and you will interest on her war indebtedness, it aoon find your meals- - to bo a real lem to the minimum. In the mean- and you will look a good while were conpeace negotiations was learned today. That much lies pleasure. you find a better medlcln than m time, To state posiducted to enable us to resume proper Chamberlnln'S Cough Remedy to aid in the background. thereby In you In diplomatic relations and tively that It had yet been put Id ibo curing n cold. in as tho method sure the most rapid readjustment of French delegation ' whereby to a more nor- - ACCUSED OF TIIKFT FROM abnormal conditions' the United States would jii.il basis. counter Franco's naval ambitions j OFFICK IX OWENSBORO -- L. would be to misrepresent the spirit "During tneso months the Presito com.plete the. Owcnsboro, Ky Dec. 13. Clarin which Secretary Hughos Is con- i dent was taken in, to operate the road and tho ducting tho present negotiations. His plans for a world conference in the ence Donneliyi 35, who claims Iowa HEALTHFUL VIGOR net operating Income was only $70, By JONATHAN BRACE position Is that he wants to be entire643 Interest of peace in the world. This as his home, is under arrest today on less than whon Mr. Ford acly fair and give the Freneh delegaIN STRONG BLOOD quired the road. Where was tha conferece has now been in, session for a charge of housebreaking. The XXXIX DAKOTAS such warrant was sworn to by Bon D. tion a reasonable opportunity to show about two weeks. Already touch of tho railroad wizard in AuNORTH and causo why France should again start progress has been made as to thrill Ringo, attorney, who says Donnelly Dagust? How did It happen that Intho great powers off on another tho oniirn r. viuzcu worm, iuo inc entered his office and removed valu kota formed By creased wages failed - to lncroase prorace. the northern, ident's was the 'commanding voice of able papeTs from the safe. Other at- Richr Red Blood Built Up fits with constantly- swelling gTos section of the Feplo-Manga- n But there is enough talk going on Liqa conscious civilization' speaking tor torneys In Owensboro reported today earnings? Where was tho wizard, Louisiana privately among the visiting clulega-tion- s our 100,000,000 people demanding the loss of bonds and vnluable pathus wickedly foiled in his magnaniuid oc Tablet. Purchase bv Secretary Hughes to show that 'less of armament and none of war.' pers recently, mous role as Profit Master General sgJiaSs tlie acquisi Donnelly Is said to- - be a drug adwill not hesitate to play the Ameri by the rules of arithmetic? Down ut Mr. Hughes was the; spokesman of tion of which from France the plan, and In 40 mln-ute- dict, having a permit to purchase trump card of war Indebtedness if can the President's Musclo Shonls, maybe! United States nearly doubled Its plood Is strong and full of of time ho disclosed what ap- - drugs to rel6ve palnv Donnelly and Senator Sarraut does not drop tho Chicago Journal of Commerco. size. vigor when there are plenty navy scheme jointly outlined by leared the most audacious program of hfs wife havo resided" in Owcnsboro big The Dakotns were the last himself and Admiral De Bon. limitation of armament ever conceiv- for a year. His wife's home Is in of red colls In it. Anemic people HARDING EAT. SPOILS OK stales which were made up wholpositively is that ly from this purchase, to What" is known ed by a responsible head. During that New York. They live in a handsome- havo little strength because thoro arV CHA.SK AT STAG DI.WKH. u part of the Union. Shortfcuropean indebtedness js now very 40 minutes while the Secretary of ly furnished apartment in Owensboro. not. enough red cells in tho blood. It ly after Its acquisition, the LewState, 'speaking for the American del- At ono time Donnelly sold automobile is thin and watery. Weak blood much in tho minds of officials of the Washington, Dec. 17. While Mrs. is and Clark expedition Was sent makes faces pale- puBu down tho Harding dined elsewhere, President egation, acting under the direction tires. administration. This week tho Amout to explore It und they spent mm fltrcnEth and leavea the body tired, Harding slipped out to Senator. Harry of the President of tho United States' erican ambassadors In London, Paris Deop.-seate-d their first winter In 1601 near coughs that resist or- weak and sickly. S. New's home, on Wyoming avcjiue, this nation grew more than It bad and Rome reported on- - the financial Mnudun. The British hud ninny dinary, romedies require both extern A course In Gudo's ever grown In any 25 years of Its situation of each of tho countries to fur posts in this region, .and us you restores weak blood to Its normal this evening and enjoyed a game din nal and internal treatment. If history. It reachod a level no which they are respectively accreditner with "the boys." Besides tho they considered It part of Brit Horo-houn- d Talcon regularly for a host, who nerved venison t could have believed he would buy a dollar bottle of Ballard's reme- strength. ish territory, they built a fort, ed. which camo Syrup you get tho two whllo it adds red cells to the blood. from tho wodti of Michigan, In 1810 near Pembina. British see tt reach, Col. George Harvey went to David whora ho dies you need for the price of ons Then with good blood, tbo strength rights, however, were withdrawn "In my Judgment the conference recently enjoyed his annual hunt, tho Lloyd George and asked him what Por-ou- s in this. Treaty of ISIS, which eswould Thero is a Horrick's Red Pepper might and vigor of health retnrn. Thero Is "boys" included Attorney General can not fall now. No nation interest payments American Plaster for tho chest, frco with pleusure In Ilvlngv with good blood Dnughorty tablished the formal boundary daro to throw herself athwart the expect in the ensuing fiscal year. The and threo or four each bottle. Sold by Ohio County running through the veins. Gudo's between tho United states and huopeuVay ofso gre.at a cause for cronies of tho President. It AV British, premier replied that tho Cuuudu. Drug Co. n is put up in liquid and was n wholly manity. Already all tho nations question was a difficult one to anstag affulr. Mrs. Ed in tablet form. They ore tho same ward B. McLean THE d Sionx have shown a most favorable attitude 2 HKLD IN $580 TIIKKT swer, but indicated that thero is not 1 uns, cam? to the "resproPhysicians havo medicinally. toward tho magnanimous proposal of cue" of Mrs. 'Harding and Mrs. Now, who had been much Ukllhood of Groat Britain I.V OWKN8BORO .STORE n for entertaining scribed Gudo's our country on behalf of lifting the very hostile a party them her obligations In full for the years. The tnrjo "Gudo's Pepto- - at her homo. Mr. at dinner dintoward white war burdens. These burdens I J? ambassador has just Harding, in present. The 18. Two Owensboro, Ky., Dec, Navy In appropriations In men, Robert Herman andCtoy Short, Mangan," Is on tho package. Adv. to tho invasion flfinl-l- y ing In n private home, broke nil soloported this conversation ceded u In 1S16 were about $250,000,000. Department. cial precedents for a Prosldont. Stato are held In jnll today on n charge of AVKD BROTHERS' WIDOWS portion tt tho present fiscal year they aro about robbing C. W. Terrlll nt bis grocery Ambassador Herrick obtained and J their hind to the government In CROWX-BORKan oven clearer, state$717 000.000. Our problem Is'to In tho east ond of Owonsboro last CIRCULAR has reported 1801. This was opened up to London, Dec. 17. STnce tho passsave at lenst ?400,000,000 on those night of $580. Two masked men IS RKADV 1.THI FARMERS ment from Paris to the effect that it bcttlcmcut ami thus immigration July of tho law legalizing ing last Lexington. ICy.. Dec. Items aloue, a tangible result of the, 17. With is hopeless for America to expect the was started In this part of the tho storo late. last nlgbt and at conference It it succoeds,. as It will the point of a pistol forced Mr. Tor-ri- ll marriago between n man and his the growth of the strawborry Induspayment of any interost or principal country. In 1851 tho section widow, it is estimated more try lit IContucky brother's succeed." west of tho Missouri river bt and a corresponding-Increas,in tlio ensuing fiscal year. to produce the day's receipts- - of than G.OOO persons huvo been wed came u part of Nebrafeku terriin tho spread and multipliAt Rome Ambassador Chllds found of the men fired n his store. One under It. tory, while the portion to tho' cation of the strawberry corn-bore- r, the Italian government totally unable Wheezing In the lungs Indicates shot nt Mr. Terrill as he loft Hie East was attuched to Mluuesotu. thjs-- pest hns coma to be a serious ono to mnko any payments whatBoover, of Is n brother Herman obstructing tho air storo. that nhlegm la RAILROADING IIKNRY However, In 1SQ1, tho separate In tho Stnte, according to Circular Ter-rlll- 's was turniBhed with a hint that but he passages. Ballard's Horehouud Sy- Charles G." Herman ,a clerk In Territory of Dakota was organNo. 27 which hns Just com off tha Italy ought to be gvon nlnoty-nlnstoro, nml who was present rup loosens tho phlegm so that t can ized. Population did not lucrcuso Tho Dotrqlt, Toledo and Ironton yonrs in which to Uquldato her debts. Price when tho masked mon entered. It Railroad, mado famous by Its posses- press at-- tho Collego of Agriculture rapidly, until 160(3, duo to the be coughed up and ejected. o Sarraut's contention In tho warlike demonstrations of the 30c, GOc und $1.20. Sold by Ohio wns on his" Information that tl'.n po- sion by Henry Ford, tho wizard of In- und which Is belug distributed to interested persons Tho publication conon Naval Armaments Is that Indians. m lice arrested his brother. Herman litt-County Drug Co. dustrial economics. If not of history, tains u discussion of tho. damage done It is from these Indians that because Franco Is' one of the great In his pocket when arrested. $8 has been lMng up Instructive figures by the insect togothor with suggesthe name Dakotu comes. pnvors she can not havo a small fleet. sltico Mr, Ford got hold of It and tions for ts control demon-strat- o But it was not until 1830 that STORKI) SKKD PROl'KltliY and eradication. He statos that in order to OW ORAY MARK" HOLD modestly confessed his superiority The new tho Dakota territory was divided HOOST8 VIHIiD OV CORN' circular may bo obtained that kho Is a great force in BV PKDKRAL OFKICKRS managers. To und formed Into two btutes. To over nil other railroad free by writing tho Experiment Staworld affairs France must maintain avoid any feeling of Jealousy us make 'money with a railroad, raisu tion, Lexington. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 17. Proper historical position as a great in-vDec. 17. her New Bedford, Mass., , to which was made a stato first, storage of fall selected corn is of "Moonshine," a horso that had cost wages and banish stockholders nnd power. Such a view, however, the two bills were signed by Surgeons agroo that hi cases of greator Importance In boosting the tho government $672, viflt sold at bondholders, was tho Ford plan that no sympathy from any ono win President Hurrl.sou ufter they went into operation on tho D. T. & cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, tha French yields on Kentucky farms than auction today for $2G. corn bud been shuttled up und wero here. Even in the I. Inst March, when tho road, with first trentmjnt Is most Important. so It Is not the careful selection of It in the field then dregatlo Itself thero Is n wide diThe old gray mare, which was seizwisdom known which was signed first. specialists on the crop say. Experi- ed by government prohibition agonts a net operating Income of $78,000 for When an efficient antiseptic Is f vergence of opinion as to the Their areas are about tbu same, mental rosults cited byRalph Ken-no- fifteen months ago In a raid at Matta-polsot- t. tho month, wait known as a financial pliod promptly, there is no dangor ot, of iho step taken by Senator Sarruut wreck. North Dakota contulnlng 70,837 Infection nnd the wound beglns,"li f' crops extension specialist at the undoubtedly at the Insti"mbimI taken had plied up tho $672 board squure miles, while South DaIn April net operating income Ijoal at onco. For use on man or CoIIego of Agriculture. In pointing out gation of Brland and Vlvlanl. Aul bill since then. kota has 77.015 squure miles. hoared to $276,452. Tho touch of tho beast, Dorozone is the Ideal antisepalways very tho value of proper storage, show s bastador Jussorand. Tho population Is ulso about wizard was thero. In Juno 52.7 cents tic nnd healing agent, Buy It now that seed which was given proper Jealous of the reputatlo of France In equul und each Is entitled to live paid operating expenses for every and bo ready o;illghtcnod, progressfor an emergency. caro during tbu winter months proAinjrlcu us an presidential electors. FOR FLETCHER'S dollur earned. But In August it, re Price-- 30c, 60c. and $1.20. "Seld (Q by UcClur Ntwtppr Sndlcatt.) duced yields whjch woro from 12 to nntlon, la extromely wroth at tho ive quired 71,8 cents out of every foliar County Drug Co. m 27 per cent higher than did seed turn, events have taken. Today he fi II. S. MAY USE DEBT ;Sh Carson & Co. ( . Christmas Spirit .""i ' ' Slno-Germa- "well-ventilat- well-know- ' sa ' bo-fo- re Carson Co. Hartford, Kentucky. (&. The Story of Our States Sh, B lifo-glvi- Ix.'-co- Pepto-Manga- one-livin- fcena-torl- a Pepto-Manga- mee-t-In- g Pepto-Manga- Ar-mya- nd OjsJ' R en-tor- ol Co"m-mltte- al dole-gntl- on y, Children Ory CASIORIA illH.liiiiiaMtaunit. f -- iim- -- ''1'J"8"iMlr- 'OPINIONS DIFFER UN DAIL MEETING W. C. Lasseter, Tennessee INct Contents 15TluidJrachni Tho third annual convention of the cDebates-Ma- y American Farm Bureau Federation Extend Over was held In Atlanta, November 21-2- 3. Week WithRatif ication. For Infants nnd Childron. More than 600 fnrmors from 4G dolo-gatBeing Predicted. Btates attended. Accredited from 39 states participated in the voting. Tho sessions wero long, and lastDublin, Dec. 18. When tho secret ed lato Into each night. But tho delsession 'of the- Dall Elronnn terminatXrZl egates stuck to tho Job, sorlously In.. .,nro mra nr.NT. hour Saturday ed near tho tent upon the business of tho conA iTTTQTTa AMpfnMflFrcnamtioafofAJm tho newspaponncn out si do heard a m vention. -;... -- A, krV.A4 Ktfl?M$llljl- - j-i-j. vr u.y k burst jnl npplaitso Insido the council Spaco Is too. limited to permit of a jB iinplhcSlonachsandlkMclirf D in iri.1 XT.. Desmond Fitzgerald, tho chambers. v m u imr full report. We have had to content Sinn Fein minister of propaganda, ourselves with Just a few of tho high Was asked by them If tho npplauso points. ,nicrcbyrromoiln6Dto ' meant that the treaty was to bo ratiTho greatest servlco of tho AmeriCheerfulness nndRestCoatiaf, fied. nelUicr Opium.Worphlncnw; morning, can Farm Bureau Federation Is thru "Thirty years ago thl.s ffiMHb-f"It only meant," replied Mr. FitzEvery organization. Mineral. notxxahw7 Dad poked an unwilling foot out of tho county gerald, "that everybody was Rind to county farm bureau must havo a jetfouisMXumm v be through with the private sessions." bed. Hack it en mo with a Jerk. Then With an effort, hq plunged Into the constructive program of work covcontraToday Dublin was full of Stnntt ering a period of years. President JtmhL'ibltt dictory rumors concerning tho result chilly atmosphere. JUtUe&t ' With numb fingers he searched Howard. of the meetings of tho Dull EIreann, KsJffi Tho wool marketing committee In for a match. It sputterod out. Again lfxitSird nil of thorn based on Information !iS?l ho tried and this tlmo ho got the Its Investigation of wool markSt probhavo been obtained from lems found that the distribution of members of tho Parliament. The. lamp lighted. A helpful Remedy for wool has boon Shivering, he pattered down to the American "produced "however, up to tho present I members, ConslipnlionandDiarrhoM, 1 mado through about GOO major wool fel havo maintained their usual strict kitchen and fixed up tho firo In the speculating-concerns- , each of which rr.l?ST.l?EP proceedings range. Then, while Mother fried rn, S secrecy ns regards tho i f .Sr Lrcstfllinv nif fcfjoinjnWanty. through his has been served by many individual J which have been held behind closed eggs. Dad struggled shnvo with lukc warm water. A slice speculators and collectors who havo doors. f4iSt racSintoStfnnwep rt out of his chin wbb charged to tho each collected their commission nnd May Extend over Christinas. PCoflt, which has meant In tho ordiI - "$ A leading member from Cork city unsteady flame of thd lamp. out on nary courso of marketing, tho com.Breakfast over, he started - ' when asked today by tho Associated modity being handled by approxit::i.S frigid hike to work. , NEWxy public session of his Tress, whether tho good old mately flvo middlemen between tho And then wo tall: of tho tho Dall tomorrow would bo likely to dayBl producer andthe mill consumer. " of tho total wool end tho situation declared: About H BULSIBHHBSSSM mako Most of tho comforts that P-- y "No It Is more likely to last oyer Hfo nnnlnr nowadays aro sup output of the United States was this , Christmas." tho wool pools for yea" nut plied by those big common srvants Other mombcrs of tho Dall, In- tho Public Utilities. Tho light that feratlve marketing. Eighteen btates Exuct Copy of Wrapper. THE CKNTAU COMPANY, NEW VORR CrTf, cluding Mr. Fitzgerald, said they ex- -' pooling a large part of their BsB6jPp?-- v shines t a touch, the street car that are- now ported prolonged public sittings of gas that Instant-- y wool clip. As a Tesult of this form general belief seems stives chilblains, tho nrp wool growers tho Dall. Tho obeys the match, tho telephone that of . to prevail that Arthur Griffith will eliminates tho miles of walking, the learning to take better care of tboir move and Michael Collins will second telegraph away with days prduct. And It is said that this Imthat docs ratification of tho treaty with Great of uncertainty thoso are our most proved condition Is rapidly overcom will bo opposed by preference for foreign ' Ilrltaln which usoful and our cheapest conven- ing the usual do Valera and Ersklno'Chllders, wools. In fact, It Is reported that " iences. no apd thai each member of tho ParliaIn tho (buyers are saying they know of So ovifry citizen Is Interested Public Board and'CommlsslonS ment In turn will stato tho roason for prosperity of tho Public Utilities. For bettor lines of wolo in tho United We" urge that appointments on all amwi .Li., flir.an offered In run , hit. porsonol decision on the quostfon. , ... ...... unions these Industries aro successful .ItUlCO 1...... v..u T "no commiueo. buuu.u u Will Jlo Small Majority. pools. The American Farm Bureau' the quality of their service suffers tha,1 the Interests of agrlcu wool Tho concensus of opinion Is. howl and so do we. Federation ha, a ' marketing committeepermanent mem- - "l "Jy V ectod and conserved The Hartford Republican has made a special of flvo ever, that tho treaty will bo ratified . m "i ask Congress In Fabrlc-- Wo ,... ..... ,..!..... rp..l.ln,a .. , by a small majority. Ah expert has been employed clubbing rafe witli the Memphis Weekly Commercial & i bers. iii.iii.il'. i:iiii iiimtiD. , .i . $ no.vn.il.yit tntia 'r .... iu in me iiuunsi uv iiuuuu One persistent rumor current Is Ti,..,. i.hlti. nrr. IntPJiilod esnee ftl - 'l" aid me Y.iriuuu main u.b.....w..o y "enact legislation. Appeal by which we williurnishboth papers for one litis been reached development of their wool that an ngrecpient" constipation, in the V. FJlled Milk In order to prevent of y for indigestion and price o'f" year for the-lov bctwo.n the contending sections lone up the stomach and enable feting work. filled milk or modified milk products This Is to tho effect !Kuc parliament. steps lh Ono or tho perform' its functions naturally. U to from destroying the American dajry 1 that Richard Mukhay, chief of staff net gently on tho liver and vance of tho times taken by tho Farm Industry and injuring the health of Republican army, wl" of tho Irish bowels, thereby restoring tho sionv Bureau was tho adoption of a reso public, wo insist that liiovo ratification of tho treaty, and or a - ach and bowels to a healthy condl lution asking tho appointment ..tho manufacure " and sale of filled will" bo 'seconded by Comthat this i . , .tlon. When ypu.fcel dull, stupiu anu national commiuca d be lorbulden- - by law. TTnandant John Joseph McKcown, who constipated, glvo them a trial. You ers.bankers and representatives oi , yn, de. (A) TransporjatIon ." The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest rtcohtly wns released from prison. , 'tines of business, looking to a tfce prlnc)j)j0 o EUarantee,ng sontonco of are certain to bo plqasedwlth their other "whore ho was under and best papers in the Southland we hope to receive m complete, revision of "nanclal arid Incomjj upon effect. flxed va,uatlon to the death, imposed by a British court nanuing iawa.01 uio luo ' lIHUO ,1 ,u ,Ti,a,i cfnfno and many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and L " W....H.V. . martial. tho end that all Interests may. have ask tho repeal of the SPJtVICK AND ITS VALUES seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both 'papers. Send in to Explain Compromise, leaders' equal credit facilities and that Iho law. The leaders on each side, It is .,i "your subscription now. Don't delay. courtesy; tho farmer may havo credit facilities Service Is applied (B) Since the Adamson Law prodoclared, will follow, explaining tho bread of business; tho adapted to his needs.. compromlso. This could butter on tho nature of tho money raised and numbers of duces conditions in tho conduct of Inter "In oil pn tho wheels of .Industrial not bo corroborated from Inquiries course; the recognition of tho mu- members, the American Farm Bureau tho rallroa.ds which operate against of tho Dall Elrc- tho intehests of tho public, we ask Its among tho members dependonco of the milts of In- Federation Is tho strongest organicountry has eV-- repeal orv modification as speedilyas and Us representatives at the Arms METAL this evening, hut It perhaps Is tual ann dustry, and tho value to each of zation of farmers tho FATIGUE - .. f noteworthy that a meeting' of tb Limitation Conference our utmost seen," said Secretary Wallace. possible. held frank and 'friendly relntlons. g . RESEARCH STUDY (C) We object to tho carriers Dall chiefs of both sections was support, to the end that armed conService Is not a dole; ltIs on In- "This organization," ho continued, granted" thijirlvilego of charging: flict between nations may be-- forever tonight In Mansion House. do for farmers what other In"must vestment. This afteroon Michael Collins, terests baVo done for themselves more for short haul than for long abolished from tho" face of tho earth. Engineers No business enterprise Is an Seek To Find Cnuso For concerning the . m when asked Many farm organizations havo fail- hattl in rati freight rates, Institution; no' corBreaking Sickly children need White's Cream (D) We urge the development o of a. public debate, said to tho . ed because they failed to recognize man will accept phllahthro-phyrespondents: It not only destroys very" practical that their problems wero economic the St. Lawrence Deep Waterway and Vermifuge. Servlco Is a "Personally, I hope tho dobato will branch of evory business, which pays and not political." other Interior waterway projects tc worms, If there be any, but It acts New York, Doc. 17, Tho question Monday. But others'thlnk It will as a strengthening tonic In tho sto- "do metals got tired?" which has puzend To turn over the marketing of tho many of our Inland sections. employee In betWeek," dividends to ovory go on for the remainder of the (E) We urge the restoration ot mach and bowels. Price 35c per bot ter understandings, tKo elimination farmer's products to other Interests full powers to the state railway com- tie. Sold by Ohio County " Drug zled scientists for hundreds of years, is being studied here by a commltfea a wiser would bo Just about as reasonable as of Rjisplcioji and Jealousy, m of the National Research Council , Company. prohimissions. Splendid Cough Mcdlclno with confldonco, a willingness towork to- putting the enforcement of tho m the aid of tho Board of Engineering "As I feel that evory frxilly. should gether for a conuubn good, and a bition laws Into tho hands of tho Public Resources We urge Coni- medicine Foundation. know what a splendid knowledge that tho help given is brewers. This- - is tho sense of tho gressional action to the end that pub- SUXKEX U. BOATS OF Tho scientists long hafo known, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, 1 mutually useful and profitable. GEKMAX& SEARCHED statement made by Secretary Wallace lic resources of all kinds be conserved without Understanding precisely why, and reserved to tho endthat special am only too pleased to relato my exwith reference to the reported moveof perience and only wish that I had Interests may not exploit them for Portsmouth,. Eng., Dec. 17. Com that every onco in a while a piece of" Heartburn is a symptom of indi ment to transfer the Bureau vnnwn nt its merits years ngo," gestion. Take a doso of Herblno in private gain, but that tho public re modore , Sir Frederick Young, sal- tempered steel or stout forging Will tho Department of Agrie, ceive tho full benefit ot their develop- vage engineer who was technical head break down without apparent reason. writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Forguson Sta- such cases. The pain disappears In- culture to tho Department of convention went on rec- ment. Mo. "I glvo It to my children stantly. The bowels oporato speediThe The solution of this question, tho tin, naval salvage service of tho " . when they show tlio slightest symp- ly and you feel fine, vigorous and ord as being unalterably opposed to Substitutes and Containers In pre during British in a lecture hore, engineers say, is awaited with eager- tho wnr, venting nbus.es In the sale ot substi- told now German submarines which ness by American aviation exports toms of being croupy, and when I choerfUl, Prlco COc. Sold by OhlaJ such, a change. 'havo a cough or cold on tho lungs a County Drug Co, Justlco towards all Is the founda- tutes and the use of decoj)tlve con- had been sunk, were located aud ex- seeking, through tho strengthening m ' very of all materials that go Into tho make few dosos will rollovo me, anu tion on which tho prlnciplesof taxa- tainers, wo ask tho passago of such amined. m by taking It for a tew day's I uoon BX.KrAXS.VILIiK DKNTIST tion' as adopted by, the conventtcm legislation ns will correct theso evils. Each submarine carried codes, ope- up of airplanes, to ?sake military flym -- ) Wo urge the rations, orders apd other valuable ing, as sate as possible. Bovlno Tuberculosis '.MAN WITHOUT COUXTUY" are laid. - Tho declaration of the cbn- get rid or thu cold." "Tho Air Service of tho United vontlon on taxation for tno support Immediate passage of federal legisla material. Special salvage men wore Indianapolis, Dec. 17 Max Hans of the .national government is as fol- tion appropriating sufflcleat funds for sent whero tho submarine had boon States Army is negotiating for an exHIIltVANTS OF THU I'KOl'I.E tho continuation ot tho work of era- sunk, divers went ddwn and "cut tension ot tho research and it Is posMartin," formerly a dentist at Evans-vlll- lows: second only to apparently a man withFirst, the measure of a man's dicating boylno tuberculosis. Ind., is their way" Into the Interior after sible that certain, industries will supPublic sorvlcos aro Muscle Shoals (A resolution was which they thoroughly examined it. port additional. experiments In "other postngo stamp as tho out h. country. His- - American citi- ability to pay taxes for the support two-cothe cheapest commodity purchasablo by zenship has been canceled by Fed-or- of tho national government Is his net nassod urging Secretary of War to Much Information that proved ot the kinds ot metal," says an announcement of tho Engineering Foundation, lucome and tho taxes should- - be levied take Immediate steps to place. tho greatest value In. combating the Judge, A. B. Anderson.nnd-Jany man, woman or child. describing results obtained from tho In tho homo. Germany, his birthplace and residence and collected on that,basls. Muscle Shoal? nroject in ttyo hands offensive was obtained, , They, aro "servants" Second, tho ratos should bo pro- of Henry Ford on such terms as will r The Dally Mall nddst "It was this study of fatigue in metals. i ' They light tho lumps, furnish tho for tho last fourteen years, Martin dlshos? fill tho bath said ho was regarded as an alien, Metal experiments havo peon mado gressive, that Is, tho larger the In- promote the public welfare. ) submarlno Intelligence branch whjcli heat. was. tho Foreign Finnflce rWo urge Con- also unearthed tho secret ot tho Gor- at tho. engineering exporlmont sta- ' tub, fun "errands, call the doctor, or Martin, howovor, returned from come tho higher tho rate. Third, as this Is a country of all gress, without delay, to enact Into law man magnetic torpedo (although Sir tlon of the University of Illinois by Uio firo- - department, do the washing Germany tocontest tjie Government's other suit to cancel his naturalization, and tho people all the people should havo tho export credit featurb-o- f the Frederick Young did not (ell his au- Prof. If. P. Mqoro and a complete rennd Ironing and countless ' . declarod ho had nover dpne anything some part In supporting the govern" ''Farmers' Relief Bill", pro- dience this and thus-lus Into the port of tho researches Is to be pubJobs. Corpora.-tlo- n socret of n, gravo new monaco to our lished koon, dealing with tho limits To industry they are a "sllont luciniHlatont with his allegiance to the' nient and ( certain part of the taxes viding that the War Finance may therefore Justly be raised by ha empowered to make ad- shipping." of enduranco of various metals urnlt.r partner." Theyaro simply depart- United States. many repetitions of stress. He came- - to Amorica from Gor- means of tho tariff and other con vances to foreign purchasers ot our ments of all business, whether It bo surplus agricultural products no jfcws AUK KKTURXIXO Manufacturers contributed test' grocery store or" a stcol mill. They man 5 In 1SS8, was naturalized in sumption taxes. ' a FJtOJI RUSSIA, REPORT specimens of steel to tho experiment Fourth, whllo recognizing that the money so ndvancod to be expended bring Jn th trado, handle tho em- 1905, and retifrncd to Qormany In evand under knowa conditions they ar ployes, make machinery go. provide 1907 because, ho said, ho believed flist consideration In any tax meqaur') outside of tho United States and New York, Dec. 17 Jews t who being subjected to millions ot repetiraising of revenue its collator ery qucli ndvancy to bo securod by messenger servlco, tnko ordors, turn ho could earn more mouey lu his na Is the fled from Llthunla, Lativla and Po- tions of changes ot stressvKnovledgo al effects must not be lost sight of adequate security, raw ninterliU Into finished products tive land. Us land to the Interior' of Russia In of great practical utility, according to Organization prod and in so far ab Is practicable tho permit production of ,Wo Invite all other form organiza1914 uro returning pjowly after their the foundation, has emerged from thu taxes should bo so levlod as t6 tend ducts 'tlinu economical and efficient THH) HUM) NOT OUU.T1 exile, according to rablo records of thousands ot theso obconserve to the distribution of wealth amolig tions to cooperate - with us to (ho soven-yepowxr, Irrigate farm land, t tho many and not to Us concentration-I- fullest, extent in our efforts to guard messages received by the American servations. and oil aud savo endless hours of oal " ... AVelc!', W Va, Dec. 3 7.U, E. farm interests. Jewish relief committee today from the Wands of tho few. t . .'abor. " Kesttlutlonw. Arms Reduction Offering a JauiHo M. Rosenberg, "Havo you "forgotten that you ow ''Blister'' l'traand Euroean di' They ate- - tljo jnost domocratle of Lively, . Among tho resolutions adopted that tho peop.lo. of the rector for the Jolnt'distrlbutlng com- 'me 5? All vmiB"i ni ers tvrr'rouni iron.jjuu .s "all commercial Institutions. "By no moans, Didn't you so mo .. In Criminal Omrj. here wero. me tallowing. earth uiiy nqver again engage in war mittee Most of them however, aro are, served, with the samo pjo- - "i'y U Jt classes urgi or ft:. tha Woi'roi attendant ilijding only burned rutm; ot their try to lp0j$lnUv UuU'doorw.1 '-Th tonlsht of kMijig. Si1 HaKi-lsrienJtuM Dejwrtment--W- o tin 5 J duct and on the samo tmlt ljoiiton Trjluierlt August 1, thcrto, e pledgo tq our Government former homes, tie said. ' Is supplied Ed Chambi-rt- , la tha contemplated- widowed'' 'washerwoman es - Tnld-nig- with gas of the samo heating value as that dollvorcd to tho wife of the banker; electricity of equal voltage and price is delivered to tho mansion or the cottage; all faros look alike .to tho atrcct car conductor and tho telcphono operator responds with cqunl celerity to tho volco of tho clergyman or the bootblack. The whale scheme of things In this country our plan of living and doing and carrying on, as Individuals or Is now built upon as communities cxlstenco of these utilities and their efficient operation. Were tho services of any ono of them electricity, telcphono, telegraph, gas or transportation cut oft for any period, the wholo nation would bo thrown out of gear and actual disaster would occur. mo THE GOOD OIiD DAYS THE AMERICAN FARM BUREAU CONVENTION J , one-nin- th tn-llv- o co-o- v Da-ru- of tho Federal Departments at Washington, that tho present nnd torvlccs of tho.- - Dopartmont of Agriculttiro bo In no wiso lesscnodi Wo ask, on tho other hand, that tho department bo further dovolopcd. Tariff and Taxation Wo request . of Congress tho enactment of tariff legislation at onco, which will glvo to tho farmers of America that mcasurd of protection that may, bo necessary to equalize tho dlffcronco betweftn tho cost of production oPfarm products In this country and In competing nations, whero land is cheap and living conditions aro far below the standards which prevail In tho United States. Wo aro opposed to tho issuing of any tax frco securities, and request that Congress submit a constitutional amendment to tho several states to euro this defect In our tax system. We dlsapprovo tho repeal of the Excess Profits Tax. Wo aro opposed to tho principle of a General Sales Tax, or any similar plan such as the GentTal Manufacturers Tax. Finance Wo aek: (A) A proper credit for farmers Including the extension of tho benefits of the Federal Farm Loan Act payments and tho subfor long-tim- e stitution of short time credits of from six to 30 months Instead of tho short term credit now available. (B; The proper authorization for commodity financing based upon receipts from loading warehouse points to the warehouse. .(C) Live stock financing baert upon a proper pledge. (Dl Personal rural credits, secured by proper insurance features of machinery and. tho creation whererfy such funds can bo received associations. direct by "(E) That the Federal Reserve Board direct Us policies so thDt primary production, may bo given the consideration which It merits. Alarketlng Wo insist upon tho early enactment of laws clearly defining tho right of farmers o market their products GASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria w m CkV EJS3Sr aignaiure f . if fn': fttidrCT-crishncssan- d -a -" I Fnr llwBir - jotCompw Thirty Year; iR.Mi'WjiiLiissyi 3. jj c- -- ni-iiui- , truth-In-fabr- ic mar-Tlro- far-slght- nd-Th- wrau uuu , $1.75 m ..;,. Esch-Cumml- Uv, er bo-'In- a prc-spect- Mar-ketstro- m Com-raorc- o, nt al n at -- ed et -- low-priec- ar n Oor. ' heart-felt'-jiray- er d fv ; add to tho fund that which is necessary without voting additional taxes upon ourselves. It's a question of whether tho peoplo wish to tako adPublished Weekly by vantage of tho opportunltols offorod, AnTF01lD P1UNTING COMPANY nt about the rato of 40 or BO cents Incorporated of our own money for approximately two dollars to bo glvon us by others W. S. TIN8LEY, Editor Thmk tho question over, figure on and Business Manager. cost plus results and if- - th tlmo comes in tho near futuro when wo Entered according to law at the nre called upon to officially decide OPoatofflco, Hartford, Ky., aa wall tho matter let us do so with some Matter of tbo second class. degree of intelligence. TTJic Hartford Republican i2? It has created happinessIt has taken men's lives-- It has mistif ied thousands -- -- "The Fatal Sign" Who can solve it? i WATCH and WAIT 'Addross all communications :tTha Hartford Republican. to NATIONAL THRIFT AVEEK 17-25- 1, JANUARY 1022 and move onto the fnrm which ho Jit certainly suggested a new homo. purchnsed from his uncle, Herbert you see. Mr. John Davis or Taffy was seizPark Everett Chapman pnsscd thru this ed yesterday, while nt work, with an place Monday with a flno looking load attack ot heart fntluro, and came near of furniture. Everett is tho young dying, but by tho assistance of Virgil mall carrier on Rotito 6 nnd folks Kissinger, who was working with him couldn't help wondering, as thoy saw ho rovlvcd, nnd Is getting along very his driving thru with tho goods, for well now. PERSONAL NEWS. WHAT IS IT: . NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS STRAY STREAKS movement fostered by A national Subscribers desiring tho paper Bont Cecil Felix, with tho N. C. State a new nddrcss must glvo tbo old tho National Thrift Week Commltteo (By Fluko McFluko.) of tho Y. M. C. A., and In coopera at Highway Commission, idrosa In making tbo request. located Buulness Locals and Notices 10c tion with over 30 Civic, Commercial, Mockvllle, nrrlvcd In Hartford Sunper lfje tor each sr line, and 8c Educational, and Religious National Xmas Is not what It was before day to spend two weeks with his insertion. nd Cards Organizations. Resolutions Obituaries, Volstead horned In and slipped tho mother nnd family. THE PURPOSE: ef Thanks, lc por word, nna tic ror dimmers on Yulotldo spirits and evach head lino and slgnautroi money To stimulate the Individual to think ery thing. Mr. Arthur Leach ot llerrln, 111 , advance. I a wisely In .regard to came homo last Friday to ho presChurch Notices for services free, straight and act but other advertisements, lc por personal money matters in tho realm Writers and merchants nro telling ent at tho'funoral ot his sister, Mls3 of earning, spending saving, Investing us that our Christmas money goes Virginia Leach, which took placo Satword. will and giving. Anonymous communications farther this year than urday. He returned to the Illinois recolvo no attention. THE PROSPERITY PLATFORM: during the past several. Wo get no city Monday. 1. Work and Earn. consolation out ot that information, TELEPHONE 2. Make a Budget. Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Martin went because we know it Is going to bo 59 Expenditures. 3. Record Farmers Mutual to Owonsboro Monday. Mrs. Martin longer In returning. 4. Have a Bank Account. returned that afternoon, while Mr. 5. Carry Life Insurance. DECEMBER 23 A fellow suro does hate to write iMnrtln remained In tho Daviess Coun tflUDAY, 6. Own Your Home. a friend when ho has some money he ty City until Wednesday, attending to 7. Make a Will. knows he ought to send said friend legal business. 8. Invest in Safe Securities. "Wo read one big dally paper this when ho docs write. If our afore 9. Pay Rills Promptly. week, from cover to cover, without Damon E. Tlnslcy, of Gllman, III., mentioned friend chnnces, to read this 10. Share with Others. concerning finding n slnglo lino In it PROGRAM: squib he will know that we aro Is spending soveral weeks with his TJ.IE DAILY FEATURE tho Centre Football team. thlnklnc of him. and what do you fathor, Mr. O. R. TInsley and Mrs. Jan. 17th., National Thrift Day. say to letting It go at tha for a let- Tinsley nnd family, of the WashingIJudget Day. Jan. 18th, "Vo wish to convoy to nil our ton country. Ho arrived homo Friter? Jan. 10th, Life Insurance Day. and Mends ur very oest wishes day of last week, Own Your Homo Day. Jan. 20th, on this, tho eve of another Christmas. tho Wo had about as much fun Jan.'21st, Pay Bills Promptly. and pknty bo 5Iay peace, good-wi- ll Mr. D. D. Felix of Washington, D.C. Jan..22nd, Share with Others Day. other day watching Bob Walker and burs not only thru the coming year 3 playing checkers as wo spent Monday night and Tuesday In Mayor Bean Jan. 23rd, Make a Will Day. "but until the end. could have had at a circus during tho Hartford calling on friends. Mr. FeTHE KENTUCKY BUDGET CLUB: y TMe U n iinrt of the National Bud same length of time. Not that tha lix was enrouto to Miami, Florida, We hear some talk in favor of get League. The Kentucky State Y. j .moving of the checkers furnished any where he will spend tho winter with attain submitting to the voters of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Felix. nf n M. C. A. will furnish free of charge nmusement to u3, but It was tho ti. nrntmoit'nn ,i.t - an Individual or Family Budget Book Mayor and Bob nnd their line of .chatliond issue for tho creation ot a spennd hlR Nat Hudson, Jailor-eleanyone who will ter that caught our ear, both of 'em. clal road fund, or a proposition for good for one year to family of Mcllcnry, moved to this about uv u.- -. sN tho Kentucky Budect Club They are -i.i.no.i proviumg lur a siu:iui mnu Mr. Tlchonor. power and most generally run place Wednesday. a period of a few years for the .same 'Agreement and mail It to the Club present Jailer, released a part of tho ... v "j; AccnMntlnn nlrle . In high gear when notCornered. ....... " purpose., The Uepumican w-s-, in a """'i""""-resident to Mr. Hudson In order that Ky. Below Is a repro-t- o mild manner, always given support Louisville, Our good friend, Albert Cox was the new Jailer could move during the Please of the Agreement. any sort of proposition whiieln 'ductlon some days ago and ho gave period of good weather. icntalned a prospect for fill in all the Information requested:, In town Inside of there me the that "BAR" story. BUDGET CLUB KENTUCKY the betterment ot our pubKc JUpU, Mr. nnd Mrs. Clarence Igleheart, I hereby enroll as a member of j That is, he gave mo" his version of IL tho owner or an ways We ar not who have been. In Louisville during the Ronim&y Budget Club and would but If there be no more than he, gnyo" ' automobile, neither do W posbess out, I. D. Claire "hain't" got much on the past two week's with their little any sort of vehicle to bo moved over be glad to receive free, "one of tho Black, under treatBooks. In accepting the Mr. Cox. I know several things on daughter, Helen the roads, and would pay our propor- - Budget agree specialist, returned to their ef- -, I. D. Claire a heap sight worsern the ment of a ., to make an honest . book I .......... " f wtmtovpr tho sum UUUUiU fl Tho Infant But I ain't a goln home, hero yesterday. my Cox Be'ar tale. might be. If approved by tho voters fort to keep a careful record of to tell none of 'cm so long as Claire has almost regained her normal conof the Countj. But believmg that expenditures. keeps stringing a bead or two. A dition. o profit, direct ano undername, womu City word to the wise etc., ought to bo .,: Tcsult from "the wise and judicious , Street No. sufficient? GIVE JEWELRY spending of a moderate sized load county wo have therefore Individual or Family Book?. . . . r. . fund in our Wo fully Intended to give a few The Gifts That Last been inclined to give the propositions Date Please give all information request-me- folks a few Xmas pVesents, but' wo Govom- Don't fail to see our line of Xmas ur support. Tho Federal iong we feel will be sent to have procrastinated s.o has appropriated an immense ed and Budget Book 345 Association fearful that the said folks would not Gifts: free. Mall to to heap-'yo- u IVORY GOODS WATCHES fund, for road improvement, ample and sufficient tlmo In MANICURE SETS PEARLS among the various states. BIdg.. Louisville. Ky. For further have portioned communicate with your which to reciprocate and further, NECKLACES LAVALIERES We do not recall and have not the Information Y. M. C. A. Secretary. fearing that- the recipients of th Famous W. W. W. Set Rings, sets figures at hand, but remember that local or district presents wo thought of'glvlng might replaced , coming to or write ueurBu i. im.au.., free of charge. rtlnn of the Lund Associa- feel mortified and chagrinied for Prices much lower than last Xmas. "Kentucky is to bo somewhere near Thrift Week Secretary, 345 thf-l-r apparent unthQjightfulness toBldg.. Louisville, Ky, You will miss .a bargain If you buy $l,500,000s and that the state Is to tion ward us, we, ourselves, have decided, m . bofore seeing my lino ot gifts. appropriate a like sum maybe, the to not after mature deliberation, HARNETT'S CREEK It. W. KING, Jeweler, total amount to be, by the state, apgive said presents. Beaver Dam, Ky. portioned amongst the various CounMr. and Mrs. Ernest Patton spent e ties, contingent of course upon the ' We've got a letter tucked away In Mrs. Lon and CLEAR RUN County putting up a certain sum out Sunday with Mr. received of Judge Cook 'of its own treasury. If we be right, Hoover. Mrs. Charlie Baxley spent our files, was in Dawson on his honwhile he Mr. Mr. Sherman Park was quite sick and -- we feel reasonably certain that Sunday and night with, their daughter, eymoon, wherein he told us of hav- for a few days last week, but is ' -wo are not far in the wrong, if Ohio sight-seein- g and Mr. Bart-let- t. ing just returned from a about well now. County Is to have any of this money Mrs. Bennle Bartlett trip out on the Government reserva-tio- - Mr. and Mrs. Leonls Smith and Imspent within her confines for the being where the hospitals are Is slowly Master Estill Bozarth Mr. and Mrs. L. I4. Trogdon went to provement of her roads she must orected etc., In company with a one- Hartford Tuesday. to improving. raise the requlrod sum in order Mr. Sherman Gray has moved onto time old maid and a prety widow, and Shelby Trogdon and wlfo were In obtain it. From a selfish standpoint, If tho Judge don't always treat us Owens'boro Monday, 'shopping. the farm of Mrs. Meek Taylor. Ravine out to a great extent, the us Mrs. Cloah Wade returned home just right and come across with Mr. Emmett Park, who has boen good to bo derived from road 1m- had on the square wo aro going to show In the grocery business (Sunday from Hartford where-sh-e hero for jirovement, the amount we invest Wade that letter to someone. about a year ,1s going to sell out, might bo fairly well spent, been visiting her son, Mr. Oscar would, or and Mrs. Wade. because our peoplo who need work, That follow whoso front name Is Mr. and Mrs. R? E. Hussey made a with teams and hundreds tho farmers the same as that of the famous and business" trip to Hartford Tuesday. of others would naturally, sharo In spent Tues- trusted old prophet who was fed by MISs Eula Mao tho distribution of tho funds by giv- day night with Mr. nnd Mrs. Cicero the ;aens, Lut whose latter end fining of their labor etc. For every Wade, ishes with the name of a biblical " ' jrti ra. $250.00 spent amongst us and for doubter, says he's so bashful that the Mrs. R. E. Hussey and Miss Eula our benefit, taxpayers of Ohio County Mae fey A to enjoy his compax Hoover went to Buford Monday girls don't scorn would perhaps not be called upon to Ho Rev. William Savage held a pro- ny as ho woulcf llko for 'om to. to 50.00. put up more than ?25.00 tracted meeting from Monday until says ho overheard a couple of fair An Ohio County citizen who would Friday, of last week, at Anttoch. Janes talking about his being somenot tako from his own pocket $50 to what Hmlled in arms action, but he 5100 to bo spoilt for Improving his could not quite get what they were, , CARD OF TILYNKS dwelling, barns, fencing etc. when will Wo tako this method of express driving at, and ho thinks ho citizens of s6mo other County wero ing wrlto Cynthia Ofay about the matter. our most sincere thanks to the offering to augment tho sum by many friends and neighbors who wero S400 or $500. even if he did possess MISSION HOARD NOTICE ..-- bad us i uu. borne sort of improvements that heso kidu io by tho death of our been making answer his purposes mont, occasioned Tho Mission Board of the Ohio ar, vmini or more, would bo tho Beloved daughter and sister, irginin County Baptist Association will meet especially grateful talk of his neighborhood and In all Leach. Wo are at thq IIartfo.nl Baptist Church", Monbarely cscapa being tho to Mrs. S. O. Keown and pupils. probability is tho most appreciated glto day, December 27 at 10 o'clock, A. THE FAMILY, subject of an Inquest. Wo nro It is so usofui and lasts so M. .All who know themselves to be " prono to talk about and grumblo nt much longer than. airy other gift. members of said bonrd aro urged to COMING! what we term high taxes and being Wo have Increased the quality bo present. overburdened, but money already R. E. FUQUA. Clerk. andx quantity of gifts each year The now sorlal the different so- spent for permanent Improvement of and this year Is no exception. uur roads, especially when so much 'rinl the mystery serial supremond- We can ploase you In n preseut ia t... n.ifal.lik umirfnQ nnii tha unrlnl with now thrills, new PUBLIC SALE ni for anyone. bo a burden on the poo-- j ventures," new stunts, new exploits not possibly .We have anything usually kopt On Saturday December 31, nt 1:30 ... v -- ti , Im. ilnnlit-- l tlin HRrlnl thnt solves tho nuestlons of f .ut.nl. ilmro in tutu,';, nt.tw JNtJ U In a first class jowelry storo and p. m., I will sell to tho highest bidlens would be u few exceptions how- - hypnotism, that reveals the workings prices are reduced this year. residences, oach sirungo gangs, niuuuu injsiunua, der two new ever. It Is a notorious anu Como early for wo nro laying lighting, located near tho 'thorn back now, ldest fact thnt Ohio County cannot. underground secrets, fascinating ad- - wired for Sale will take place on tho iHlld roads, under tho present tax ventures It's "THE FATAL SIGN" College. u mo innuing new id episouo senni property. Positively no vaiuutious. THto -- upon existing Improve-- , with tho grout Harry Carter and, If the highest bid Is rejected the bid- wo aro to have permanent ' nro der wlllbo given 510. Terms, onemont it must ho by outside aid and beautiful ClAlra Andomm . Jeweler nnd Optetnt.tUt. sua ovory oplsudtf. Watch and half coali, biilniioe on may payment!. wo cannot lmvo outside aid without to Hartford, Ky. I JOHN UEIX, Hartford. jiddlnB to JUat offerod us.aud wo cuu't wait. ! al ever-so-mu- cver-so-mu- MAGAZINES! BY THE I -- COPY MONTH AT THE3 -- - YEAR ; . v Ohio County Drag Co. HARTFORD, KY. 1 ... ..,.. m ct ), self-starter- s, TICHENOR-LEAC- H MOTOR lo.llroun & CO. ' U.,l.lni. Successors Jiirunlu Dealer in j t., Automobiles' and .. Accessories I" -- V- - "'lorn .ti7 Kjt3KJL.ll'iH, Mn UNL" ywri t.trM-- r rrn V I LI1NUCK U1L.. .CA -- P - Main Street. HARTFORD, KY. nt ' "FOOT-FITTERS- " - .. p. "FOOT-FITTER- " Ma- SPECIFICATIONS U (- A 11 Full Grnln Calfskin Rich hogany Shade. First Quality Ten Iron Oak Out-Sol- e. C D He-ove-r tti $& l-- :- E F G II I J K Seven or Eight , Iron-Oa- k (Shoulder Channel) Insole. Full Length Vamp. Sole Leather Box. amp ReinCalfskin Inside forcement. Calfskin Inside- Counter Pocket. Solo Leather Counter. Extra Long Rubber Heels inch longer thnn. standard. Nino cord Linen InsoAm Thread Lapped Quarters, no Back Stay. s" -- Four Rows Tip Stitching. Calfskin Eyelet Stay. Q Best Quality Braid Lock Stitch Solo" Thread. P Silk Bluclior Bar. PCalfskln Top Facing." T Felt Bottom Flllo'r. U Fast Color Hooks and Eyelets. V Felt Llntd Tongue. Slnglo Needle W Two Jtows Vniiiplng. X Full Grain Solo Leather Whole Lift Heel Base. Y Eight Nail Heel. 7. 7 Moro Live Rubber than Aeiugo Rubber Heel. O - -- Caltskin Heoi Pad. N S oz, Duck Lining. P Nineteen Gauge Steel Shank. ik ! ...,. are the only shoes in the world which " hnve all the above specifications . "Foot-Fitter-- "" , , JEWELRY We mako this statement without fear of contradiction. leather substitution. In tho construction ot "Foot-Fitters." Positively no ,. ' se -- We Guarantee to be made of Solid Leather al through. No paper fibre or substitutions used in "Foot-Fitters" "Foot-Fitter- s" Wo have Just beon appointed Excluslvo agonts for these wonderful shoos. Come to" our storo and le fitted with a pair of "Foot-FittersNothing like It in this city. "Foot-Fitterare tho best shoo construction oyer attempted. All shapes, sizes and widths ." s" , $7.00 PER PAIR j soii-ut-,- . . :. . . Jr L4 j -- J. B. TAPPAN CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. - 'J Q The Hartford Republican J DKCKMBKIt 2!J 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. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Squire J. L. I'atton ot Ralph" was la town yesterday, on business. All Lines Complete iBSESPvflMBiHMBiBBcv Oct your BARREL SALT at " 23U W. E. ELLIS & BRO. urday AIlss Bessie Clark spent In Owensboro. last Sat ' Dolls, Vases and Toys for the ACTON DUOS. Oranges ns low ns 30c n dozen. WILLIAMS & TAYLOIt. Don't fall to seo tho Bargains in Hnrdwnro nt WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. Tho right candy; tho right kinds; the right price at WILLIAMS & Mrs. J. I. Goodman will spend the holidays with her 'daughters In Messrs. J. E. Miller and K. C By rs of Olaton, were callers at this office Monday. A fine line of Whitman's packngo and box candies at J. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT. Miss Mattle Tlnsley of - I.f A Toy Department A veritable Wonderland, all kinds, all prices Bring the children where they can see exactly what they want Santa Clause to bring them. Gifts for the Older Folks Cut Glass, Ivory Goods, Necklaces, Jewelry, Toilet Sets, Combs, Brushes, Ribbons, Fancy Elastic, Camisoles, Letter Paper etc. FLORSHEIM SHOES When so many men wear FLORSHEIM SHOES there's ae reason for it. Nothing less than absolute satisfaction would sustain such a constant demand, satisfy men who wear them they will fell you so. This will be your last opportunity to select from our large Xmas Stock. You can now select a present suitable for each member of the family. Now, in addition to this we are going to close out our entire stock of near Beda, went to Owensboro Tuesday, returning Wednesday.. Carl Brown of Llvormorc has ac cepted employment In the barber shop of Fred Belcher. Make our Store your shopping headquarters. Come in for a day. Take your time. Courteous sales Lpeople to show you every attention. E. Y. Park, of Central City, will como up Sunday to spend a few days with" the home folks. prices on candies, as ldw cents per pound. as II! WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Be-wa- r MILLINERY I AT HALF PRICE . , 9 We have a' beautiful line of Ladie s Hats at prices from $3.50 to $18.00 ' - J. Walter Taylor, magistrate elect in the Cromwell dlstrlct'was In Hart- t ford Monday, on business. .'A St t. TLiA nt bai H rqmimff mmwmwmxm9mB"JK'rlsX M f m-- r. Sfi (WTT-- rJ 3 6et your Christmas Candles, Nuts, Fruits, Cranberries and Celery nt ACTON BROS. i " Our stock is complete in every department. We cav nsupply your wants in nearly every line,sq come in and give us a look. w.. - ?i ' : uZaSCKBSB Buy her n box of that good Johnsonvs Milwaukee, at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. 1 Everything for cnii yo'ur Christmas & le bought t WILLIAMS COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky.- HulTWortham of Louisville, travelOur old friend, Morris Chumley, a. representative of the Louisville delegate to tho U. M. W. District Herald, was In Hartford yesterday. convention recently held in Central City, was chosen as a. member of the Miss Louise Phlpps, of Detroit, scalo committee. Mich., arrived in Hartford Tuesday to spend tho holldnys with her Mrs. J. O. McKlnney and daughparontsi MrT and Mrs. J. R, Phlpps. ters, Virginia and Rachel Hays of Beaver Damspent Saturday and Sun-dn- y Miss Annetta Gillesplo went to In Hartford, the guests of Judga Leitchfleld, yesterday whero sho will and Mrs. J. P. Sanderfur. -be the guest of her sister, Mrs. D. i B. Hancock and Mr. Hancock until Miss Martha Pdte, John Allen WJ1-soSunday. Glenn Tinsley aniV Powell TJche-no- r, students In tho University of Mrs. Maggie Griffin left yesterday Kentucky, havo returned to their forOwensboro. Sho will spend, soveral homes here for tho holidays. weeks thero. and with her bod, Mr. Hpnry Griffin and Mrs. Oriffin of Gayle Taylor, with the I. c. R. R. Company," Chicago, 111., la expected near Thruston. to arrive in Hartford today, to spend Miss Leila Glenn, teacher in the the holidays with his mother, Mrs. s Central City High School, will ar-- J V. M. IJudson, and Mr. Hudson. rivo in town today, to spend the holidays with her parents, Judga and Edward Duke, who has been In Mrs. J. S. Glenn. Norman. Tenn., during tho past two months arrived in Hartford. WednesMiss Emllle Pendleton, who has day to spend tho holidays with his a position in Drakosboro, will arrive parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duke. this everting to spend tho holidays Mr. and Mrs. Alvln Porter and with her father, Dr. E. B. Pendleton, bnby of Herrfn, 111., arrived here Satand Mrs.' Pendleton. urday to spond soveral days wjth Mr. and Mrs. .A. D. Kirk went to Mrs. Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louisville yesterday to visit relatives Frank Black, and Mother relatives. and friends until Monday. They will bo accompanied homo by Mrs. Kirk's Misses Amelia Pirtlo, Margaret King andGeurudo Schlommer, who sister, Miss Artlo May- aro attending the Owensboro' Business Erwln Caaebler of Denver Dam School, will return to their ho. jea and R. P. Brown of Rockport(students here this evening, to spend the In the Georgetown College, returned this week to their homes to remnln Marshall at)d Blrkhead Barnc3 ot during the holiday season. Beaver Dam, William Maddox and Chairs robottomd for 35c each. Wallace Smith of McHenry, students I also do repairing, make baskets and In the University of Kentucky, have work them aver. Bring me your work, arrived nt their homes to spend the Xmas holidays. prices nro reahonable. STEVE HINBS. (Haytl)' Hartford. Mrs. James K. Beochum and IU- Mr,s. Virgil SU'Vons of Llttliton, tlo daughter, Paulino, ot Eldoraro. Col., is visiting her Bister, Mis. John Illinois, arrived la Hartford Saturday Llndley and .family ot ncur Liver-mor- e. to spend soveral weeks with Mrs. Mrs. Stovc;iu will 'visit hor Beechum's parents, Mr.' Had Mrs.- - M. brother, Mr. S. T. Burnett nud other 0. Murray and Other relatives In Q'llo cobiUvcs In Hartford iyul adjoining County. They will also visit rijla. u.try bptoM roturnlnglo hor liomt tlves In O'wensboio before re' nt-Ihomo, uo West. ing" ij, ng TAYLOR'S. THE UNIVERSAL CAR Get your Christmas Candles box or bulk, fresh and pure, at DEVER BROS.' Come In and see. our line of Xmas Candles and Fruits before buying V elsewhere. . WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mrs. M. U. Heavrin spent In Owensboro, shopping. ;iiiii ,'SharpIes Cream Separators No. 2 165.00, No.,,3 $70.00. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mrs. M. McCormlck of Route 2, is spending this weok with her daughter, Mrs, L. T. Riley, and Mr. Riley, If you need any dishes don't mlss ' City. our counter for it Is full of all kinds. ACTON BROS. Miss Sudle Allen wen to Madlson-vlll- o yesterday to spend- a week with A nice basket of fruit will please her aunt, Mrs. Rolund Jones hnd Mr. them all. Any kind you want. Jones. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. '' - Bojis! If you want your girl to Box and bulk candles, grapes and look sweet and he sweet during Xmas nil nthnr klnilft nf fruit, n Hnfi fresh get her a box ot candy at ACTON and complete at ACTON BROS. BROS.' " E22z Fully eovlpned rith etrctnc atsricr. nm; extra rim, And notX'uktd tire 9 mU around. dimoutuebfo Prices Lowest in History of Ford Motor Co. ' Today, with many commodities still priced basis, you can buy a above the pre-wa- r Ford car for less money than ever before in the history of the Ford Motor Company. The Fot;d Sedan at $660, equipped with electric starter, demountable rims, extra rim and non-ski- d tires all around, is without doubt tje greatest value ever offered in a motor car. And you get the same quality, dependability and economy for which Fordcars are notedwith all the comforts and conveniences that go along with an enclosed job. Let ua have your order now for reasonV ably prompt delivery. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY Beaver Dam, Ky. ' i- - ,il David G. Mtller and Messrs. Mrs. Jennie T. Miller, clty.wlll City, spend Christmas with her son, Mr. "Chuck" Mason ot Central spent Monday nlgHt in Hartford. David Mlller'aud Mrs. Miller In Central City. Make your good wife a real Xmas Miss Margaret .Williamson, who is present get one of our Kltchei CabACTON BROS. teaching In Eastern Kentucky will be inets for her. guest ot Miss Leila Glenn during the Everything In the hardwaro line tho holidays. must go. Come In and get a real WILLfcVMS & TAYLOR. Misses Hettle and Ruth' Riley of Bargain: Owensboro, wjll arrive In Hartford A big line ot fresh fruits of all tomorrow, to spend two or three days kinds from which to make your with relatives. Xmas purchases at DEVER BROS.' Robert Mason, a student In the Uni Go to J. A. TATE'S RESTAURANT versity ot Kentucky, Lexington, Is spending the-- holidays with his fain- for nil kinds of now and fresh Xmas candles, mixed nuts, fruits of 'alt tly, near Butord. kinds and fancy baskets for Miss Lurene Collins of areenvllle, will spend tho Xmns holidays in Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett, city, Hartford, with nor parents, Mr. and will loave tomorrow for n short visit Mrs. R. T. Collins. with Mr, Barnett's sister, Mrs. John Earl Barnes ot SteubonvtlloOhlo, Llndley and family of near Llvor-morarrived In the city yesterday, to spend soveral days with his parents, Mr. and Miss Mary Warren Collins, who has Mrs. D. H. Barnes. a position tn Louisville, will arrivo In Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Riley and this city tomorrow, to spend a fev" little daughter of Union City, Tenn., days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. will return to Hartford today, to It. T. Collins. spend Christmas vvltk relatives. Go to J. A. TATE'S foj chocolate Brass Beds, I rem Beds, Davonotte! and other hot drinks served over tho suits, tancy KOCKers, uui.urou s niga fountain from tho hot chocolate urn. Useful articles He also serves oysters ai)d nil other C'hnlrs mid Hockerrf. kinds of luneifl nad would npwwre splendid Xmat gifts, at and a call for service ACTON BROS, T e. UJW, FARM DEPARTMENT. JVlfAlfct Tea Xet Ifccommendcd i.VMlinir Youne Animals , Now York, Dec. 17. 0. A. Chckro-zFor man and horso labor used to haul It Albanian commissioner ttr- the ,U. from tho station to tho farm, tho ft. today issued a statement denying Alfalfa ten, made by pouring boll - .nppralsai should bo mado at tho rato that hla country was "In tho market It to of 46 a ton.' 3nB water on hay and allowlnu for a king" or that tho throno hnd tocp for a few hours, or by stirring to Jeromo Napoleon boon offered and It's Knslcr to Trcvcnt Than To Cnro cool wnter Alfalfa meal Into iionaparte, of this city. . Itnd Habits. straining tho mlxturo after sovernl Referring to reports published hon Is a bolshevik An hours, has been highly rccommondod yesterday, that tho offor had been Irora tlmo to time for .feeding young that Is liable to corrupt the rest of of mado to tho' animals, but tho evldenco reviewed by tho flock with her uneconomic noNapoloon by "commissioners jot tho tho V. S. Department of Agrlculturo tions regarding rations. She should Albanlnn government," Mr Ohokrozl docs not show any groat advantage. bo romovod to a place wnoro her ex"J request to. the department at Wash- said: to bo gained through tho uso of this ample will havo no effect on hor "Doing the only commlss&ner of stations or sho should have her head cut ington, D. C. Some, experiment liquor. government ?n thi tho Albanian Tires and accessories, f eath- hare found that pigs made bettor ' off, for tho habit Is practically ln- United States, I wish to stato most To Improve Herds. when corn meal and middlings curable. Poultrymon of tho United rclns vejflrht Motor Bikes, Mo-t- he Members of tho Chapel Hill com- emphatically that neither I nor , ,. wore mixed with alfalfa tea rather states Department of Agrlculturo suy , m i as far as I know, has over boon tors ior Dicycies, j. eiepnonesthan water, but tho additional ijalns it can be prevented by taking proper munity club of Crittenden county, commissioned by tho government 6f TWO .MOItlJ HKIiT) . pay for tho precautions. coope'rating with County Agent John wore hardly enough to ana supplies, Lane uonsiracIN' RH'V AFFAIR increased expense. Calves Idd alfal- - j Eating eggs beglnB UBually when nn R. Spencer, intend to devoto consid- Albania, or by Its regency council or tion Material, Electrical Supby Its parliament or by any party to la tea mado poor gains and suffered cgg has been broken In tho nest, or erable attention during tho, coming Lexington, Ky Dec. 17. Fedoral plies, Shoe and General Retheir dairy opiii any negotiations or make an ofmuch from scours. On the whole, tho when It has' been cracked by frcez- - "Winter to Improving" live jng nntl then thawed out. Keeping tho herds. Three member of tho club fer of Jho crown of Albania to any officers today scrjred warrants on jrractlco of making this tea for Tom llnrnes and. Walter Orlffy, a pair Shop, will keep records on their cows to one. Ttock should be discouraged, says tho nests well supplied with straw or "Tho further report that the swift fnrmer, wlio lives nenr Tyrone, chargIf it's fixable we fix ler nesting mnterlal will reduce tho demonstrate how. tho low producers election of a king Is deslrablcin or- ing thtm with complicity In the rob'danger of breakage, and darkening and boarders can be. eliminated. . telephones. der to prevent tho Impending return bery of tho T. H. Rlpy distillery on Consider Farm Features In Summing them will reduce tho chances of brok- nlrplano of the former the night of December tho eighth, Carroll county farmers nro con- to Albania by en eggs being found by the hons.It Up' Uuslncss MUFFETT'S REPAfRSHQP good Idea to gather the eggs tinuing their efforts to eliminate ruler of tho country, Prlnco William bringing the total nrrcsts of thoso acbo avoid- Hasty conclusions should equally basoless, as also cused of complicity In the big liquor day In cold weather so that scrub breeding animals from flocks of Wfed, Is Beaver Dam, Ky ed in making uso of tho result of tho twice a and herds of the county, a, report from is tho report that the Albanian par- theft to eight. Improving none wm do irozen year's cost accounts for on a to proclaim AlBarnes Is now under bond aro not properly fed will County Agent G. C. Routt states liament hnd decided Hens ii tho organization of tho farm, warns. nave a that , charge of having stolon 100 cases of ii ii mm iisiiii. iiiiLiw. iiniMUmu ravenous nppeiuu lor eSa, Eight additional farmers wero re- bania a kingdom. .. c.oa nnnnrtmsnt of Ae- fact that the pres- whisky from the Southeastern Ex"Aside from the the shells rind the contents, so cently enrolled In the better sires rlculturc. All good farmers know both providing a The ration better slock movement. They will ent parliament has nover mnde any press Company offices hero. positive decrease in that that sometimes a to some Insurance against the dove, uso nothing but purebred animals In such decision, It Iras, moreover, no robb;ry took plnco several months ' proms-maensue If an enterprise bo authority to deal with tho question ago and forty .cases of tho whisky breeding work. dropped because, taken alone, It has ophient of tho habit. In winter there all their of changing tho presont form of gov- wero Inter found In tho homo of is particular danger that some lack In failed to pay. Cows, for Instance, ernment, which Is loft to the decision Harnes' brother. ua r Succeed when evemhintr else falls. TOay not show a net profit, but If all tne leeu win uee.ui of tho constituent assembly, which Federal officers appetite, so plenty of animal matter, $ n...l r....1 netvou r. ....... n.vw.. will nrol. confident that '3' Incukncsj ' they ate tho -supreme " the cows were sold there might be no such as meat scraps, and Hmo In tho rlfoMnenH nf ". ..... "" .....,.. will draw tho constitution of the coun BtusiuiiK " .,.., ,,r nsinr tho rouchnce. try. Rut even tho convocation of this tnf preliminary iriai x uuauuy. um- rcmeny, ai wousmjS pavo tcsitllcA For Infants and Children La- - form of oyster shells or bone, should. i,i wnm n .lead loss. .t,i..i. cors believe that they nro about to 3 FOFJ KIWrikAYjLIVEr? AMD provide It. En Use For.QverSO Years assembly Is uncortaln at present. or devoted night Jnd morning to he taken to In conclusion, T will say that the round un an organized band of ban - S STOMACH THOUOLE Another bad habit enjoyed by these Always milking and feeding cows, and chargpluck-th- o whole report Is a 'canard Amojlcaln, tilts- - whose operations havo Included i It la the bcit nxijicins ever cold the would bo entirely lost If "luetic bolshevists Is feather ever n dtuggbi 'a counter. cd to them, Signature intended to boost n cortaln reporter, robbing distilleries, cracking safes, f. rnnl,t. n... cows were sold and nothing sup- - ng from themselves or from other ' whose Identity Is known to me, a stealing autai.iobllos and Improper feed-e- d of tho flock. Tiled to fill in the time. Thus an add- - members endowed with a very morbid Im mnii pests, and. too close burden for tho maintenance of la- - lB. Insect agination, and I would not care to RATE CUT HEARING TO causes for have to bo borne by tho Hneinent are the usual would CONFIDENCE GAME 3IEET AGAIN ON JAN. boost him by naming him. starting this habit. But it is not so other enterprise. p CHARGE IS DROPPED r egg eating. A Tho fact that the hogs or the corn hard to euro as "Washington. Dtc. 17. Upon comA linADF.ItS' GAMI3. a ? bring In the most nnt money dur- - tlfnl supply of anlnial and green .feed ."0 pletion by tho railroads tonight of ssK? Waitkegan, 111., Dec. 17. With a range or plenty of exercise season Is no reason for osaum- - and sood inB tho preliminary, rtntistloal argument free-IBy S. E. KISER. declaration by the court that ana Cl? ing that all tho activities of the'fnrm hy feeding in a deep litter, nnd agahist any rate reductions, the In(In Louisvlllo Herald ) pets will usually charge against Governor I.on Small tho future should be devoted sole- - dom from Insect , Tho nations are such funny things, terstate Commerce Commission ad, u normal o and yernon Curtis, Grant Parlcbank-erly to hogs or corn: It may be that brine tha fowls liack Investigation Into the reaThe weak and atrong.lho shiall and journed 1U that of operaltng a confjdence keeping of cows is partly resbonsl- - petite, sonableness of transportation ravs at greaij game1, in connection with a 'alleged ble for making tho hogs so proflta- Kings presont levols until January 9. Altho growing of wheat, Tlreediiin l)urKJ- Should Be l'lclc Of cosplracy to defraud the atwe, was They havo tholr Presidents and ble, or that of faulty and would Hot be sustained, And cling to jealousy and hate; . fred P. Thorn, of tho Aisocitalou 'flic Flock, clover, or other crops in rotation with Rnllwav Executives, gave nulro that arguments on tho defense motfciis to Thoy go towar, not knowing wlfy, corn makes tho latter crop much more Ducks aro usually mated In. flocks president of lh AmChildren Tho women weep an'd wring their R. N. Alshton, profitable than it Would have been if 0i about 30 females with 5 or G quash all the indictments against the erican Railway Assoclntion, would ", hands, ended this afternoon. f Rl A Safe Old Fashioned grown alone. males, as' the drakes do not fight one two then be called 16 glvo testimony as to Judge Clalro C. Edwards is ex Dut.proudly give their sons to die Similar conditions will be met with another. The number of males may economy ot or- Remedy for Worms ou the While fighting for their nntivo- the efficiency' nnd on all farms and, therefore, no sud- - j)0 reduced to" 1 for every 7 females pected to render his decision Seventy. fivcyeara rcnt carrier operation. Shipy-- .' relandsv,i la tbe best testiand motions late next week. fj Ien changes should bo made on the about the tlrst of March presentatives nnd stao municipal ex- -' The court revealed t);nt he hnd al- monial FRETS VERMIFUGE year's accounts again changed a month later to 1. basis of what perts also will be given an opportunican offer you. rendy'decided to qiTush the confidence The nations are mado up of men may Indicate. "All angles of the en- - i,laie for 8 to 10 females. ty to witnesses. Keep a bottle always on wRen he. interrupted C. And women and. the broods-thhealthy females of medium game charge . terpriso should bo taken into con- hand. It will help keep Actie, Si S3 raise. the little ones healthy . size .should be used for breeding; that C. Lo Forgee, chief counsel .for the Mrs. Drown There Is not a boy In sldcration. (JvO ' defense, to tell him that he "fully And leaders bob up now and then and happy. 8 pounds when Is, weighing nbout this town who is as clover as our Tom. 30cabotlleatrouiInist!l'aor agreed" with his contention that the To claim the honors and the praise. (nrr.t stoic; or if rout Jllating Most Hffccthe AVlien Soil Is mature. Only mature birds should state had failed to allege commis- The leaders lock their doors and . Mrs. Black How Is that? can't uppljrruu.tend hitnams Mrs. Brown Look fit these two be used as breeders. Select ducks with sad 30c in stamps and we'll AWt r Stiff. 'felsion of a felony because the word sand you a bottla promptly. framo chairs. Tom made them out of his in i.winir Btumns tho nature of' short necks, medium long bodies. oniously" was,omited from the inL k J. FRET, Bthkart. Hi. The nation's policy and task; own head, and ho has enough woods backs, and of good depth to the. i, cn nnn nf thn Imnortant fac- - flat Tho peoplo meekly play the game, aro dictment. Watery left to make an tors that must be considered in fix- - heel Wes.weakness ees usually Tho The confidence tame charge was And pay tho price the' leaders ask sign of in ducks. dng the size of the charge. The more a the thirteenth and last count in an COD. O. E. STANTON, the soil offers to tho force drake Is coarser and more masculine indictment against Mr. SmalU Mr. Tho nations let themselves be swayed AVAR HERO, RETURNS WILL YOUw appearance than the duck, and ol the explosion the greater will be in By sentiments tho leaders rouse; Curtis and Lieut. Governor Fre'd E. TAKE OUR: cxe'rtcd agalnsfthe stump, hns a distinct curl In his tail feathers. Sterling, jointly,' the other twelve The peoplo fall in and parade tho force San Francisco. Dec. 17. Col. Chas. Hence, tho United States Department Ducks should be sold, usually, after charging them with conspiracy. The As orderly as drovesiit cows; E. Stanton, veteran army officer, wh' the old, t Agrlculturo points out, stumps in they are 2 yearslayers although kept decision on them wllj be made next The people, too, wear certain brands, sprang Into fame when, during tho may be or lose, sandy soils must be more heavi- - best breeders Tho defendants aro named They don't know why, and seldom" World War, he uttered at tho tomb of spe- - weok. A Treaficenl ly loaded than those in firm, stiff, over their third year, say poultry Ag- - separately In embezzlement indictcare Lafayette in Paris, the words, "Lain the U. S. Department of osoilB. It Is generally agreed that socialists Vam Is to be For each who thinks and understands fayette, we are here," today became HsaaHsaaT 7S for WEAK. ments the fata of which also called high speed explosives give bet-- . riculture. next week. A thousand love tho brands they Commissioner of the Board of PubLUNGS or handling ducks pick them up by determined In ter results In sandy soils than do low wear. lic Works of San Francisco. their necks, as their legs are very CONSUMPTION' ner centage dynamites or stumping Colonel Stanton retired from active ' easily broken. Ducks lay their eggs Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured powders service In the army recently after by local applications, as they cannot retch One nation damns another for morning, and should be th diseased pgrtlon of the ear. There la Since water can not be compressed early in the Its patriotic prido and zeal, being In tho unlforpi for nearly Iffllnr A quick relict for that tired, jnly one way to cure catarrhal deafness, presence In the pores or open confined to the house or pn until and that Is by a constitutional remedy. And then goes eagerly to war, its couehi. pains In chett. olfhl sweats, hemor years. ive something1 3:30 or later in the morning. U al- - Catarrhal Deafness Is caused by an Inweak luaes or consumption. It II doss spaces in loose soils adds Urged by tho "native land" appes.1. flamed condition of. the mucous llnlnc of Several years wero spent with Gen. ihsf e, you it costs you astalal. g as! Bslp When this tube Is the Eustachian , rki.nrn that Is offered to lowed to roam early Inorthe morning Inflamed hearing, Tube.rumbling Itsound entirely Tho leaders order, thus and so, ou have a or ImJohn J. Pershing In tho Philippines OHIO MEDICAL GO. lock box eiostream and perfect they ay lay In a pond and when U' COLUMBUS O From selfish hopes their purpose a'nd the explosive force and thus makes Pershing wont to closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless the eggs may be lost. Inflammation can ht reduced and this tube springs; the explosion somewhat more effec tho France he tok With him Colonel to Its normal condition, lirarlne; restored Many cants of The peoplo merely come and go; will be destroyed forever tive. It follows that, especially In Stanton as disbursing officer. which Is caused by will be ob- The Arrangement of Farm Buildings deafness are condition of catarrh, LIV-VER-Lan Inflamed the mucous sursandy soils, better results The nations are such funny things! For his excellence In handling tho Hall's Catarrh Medicine acta thru faces a Labor Factor. tained In blasting stumps when the financial affairs of the American Exthe blood on th mucous surfaces of the In choosing a farm, an Ideal ar- system. will give One Hundred Dollars for RliUK GRASS POULTRY SHOW ground Is wet then when 'It, Is dry. It peditionary Forces, Colonel Stanton We m case ATTRACTS WIW3 ATTENTION received the Distinguished Servico should be remomborcd. howover, that rangement of buildings and fields is any cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cirbe In this connection refers to F!uom fo'in.-l- , and a farm taut may culars free. All Druggists. 76c. "highest decoration tho na' moist soil Medal, tho F J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. Lexington, Ky., Dec.l 17 Inquiries tion gives tho men In Its servico. soil near the charge 2 or 3 feet un- bo very desirable In many othor parderground and not surface soil. ticulars may bo undesirable In nnd entrios bolng received from many Army offlcrs horo described Cologun dis- Kentucky New electric' machine tho Eastern In this respect. farmers and poultrymon as nel Stanton as "the most celebrated charges bullets at tho rate of 20,000 well as from thoso in other state? I He In tho servico." In Farm Imcntory 1.1st Many Items States the buildings nnd fields laid a mlnuto. out and arranged Jn tho day when that tho first annual wlntor went onto the retired list as a colonel As Supplies. show to be held horo, Dec 27 On every farm at Inventory time la'bor was comparatively cheun and Canada has a larger railway mlle- - poultry there v.im littlo thought nf saving It. ; to 31 by the RIUo Grass Poultry Asbe" found fl miscellaneous Pee! right all tho time. Don't lay eft there will ine ,n Prl)ort,on to population than sociation will be a highly succchsful pS.vcry Woman saving from work for days by taking calomel i collection of all kinds of supplies, At present, howover, th tor', thJany othor country-- . x kecpa yo when pleasant Lio- a. d ono, according to an announcement by such as purchased feeds, sect, fer- 'abor It, in important on your feet, whilorclievingyourtroub' ! a farm m.w be such Chfipln, poultry extension speand lumber. Tiaugenwnt tilizer, twine, nails, Only flvo per cent of the women A. S. le. Safer too, and easv to take. Don't cialist at tho College of Agriculture, These, tocethor with tha amount of that much labor expense is entallcl of India aro educated, take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses and president of tho association. manure on hand, nro nil listed under bqcauso oMrregularlty In the shape . oe and relieves constipation, & A natJudges nnnounced fqr the show In tho headlm; "Supplies,", according to. or neius,- or iiecaupe imporuiui neius U. S. RISUUR.SKMENTS ural remedy, natural in its actions, sura by he are far from tho buildings. been Issued OX DKUTS FALLING OFF a catalog which has Just FOIl .PERSONAL. HYGIENE dnventory methods worked out in its effect and certain in results. Ir Dissolved In water iti ) Thonmson, .In tho Eastern States three factors Include W. Clayton won't te long beforo United States Department of Agrpelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam. completely displace calomel in ever Washington, Dec. 17. Ordinary Georgetown; Len Rawnsley, Louisiculture. Nails, bolts, screws and the have determined, inorj or loss, the msllon. Recommended hy Lydia C, "llko can woll bo listed as one lttim, re- location of the buiidluga. 1. n tho expenditures of the government dur- - ville; A. W. Hnller. Louisville, and J. Flnkhara Med. Co. for ten years. ' home. Children can take it freely ani with perfect safety. Every bottlo A beating wonder for nasal catarrh, water supply, tho roads, and 'ho area nB November Increased by about R. Smith, extension specialist In poulgardless of varying sizes and kinds. 60c and $1 in bottles. NoH sore throat and sore eyes Economical. genuine without the likeness and sigHavj as comparod with Octo- - try from tho college giving tho approximate number ot( of good arable land near by In Hm ntisonliTMO'.'luoiiiitr and ftrnicUtl mrf, . ture of L. K. .Grigsby. For sals by . tiarsjte whllo disbursements on the pub- 50j drussUi. " (Ufetxtl by pounds Whero a definite system of glons where spring wnter Is gu'itral-tbemJ. TUPjilonToariConipaor.Balou. Mm, 1 U. JVUJilAMI. . VxtlxA K carrying such shop supplies Is in use, ly used tho buildings wori placed so $ debt fell off by approximately IIOMK MIXKI) FEEDS SAVE FARMER MONEY that the water could bo piped or.cir-rle- d $500 000,000 according to the month- as is the caeo on soma of tho to thoni. Thus wato- - eupply hud ly statomont Issued today by the large farms, the quanti Lexington, Ky., Dec 17. By buy. ties of tho different Items of this nn- - n greater weight in determining tijo Treasury. The decrease In publlc'dobl expen- tho Ingredients and mixing the feods aro easily counted or wolghod location of tho building. than caso of lure EAGLEMIKADO"- PencUNq.174 jroachlng tho fields or .the highway. ditures was accounted fof mainly by thomselves ln.steud'of purchasing and appralaed accurately. or balanced feeds, KenThis kind of proporty, like ma- - It is, not uncommon to find tho best redemption of certificates of Indebtchlnory nnd tools, has been bought by fields distant from tho farm build-th- o edness, which amounted to about tucky farmers nlfd dairymen who are SHiTM ?30..T0'fr.O0O In November, as com- close enough to market to soil wliplo furmer nnd should therefore bo lugs, or to find the hutldlnea fur For Sale at your DeaUr M,dq ,B f We cost, plus any espouse moved from tho highway, J 158,000,000 In Oc- milk can savo about $10 on each pared with about nt Again tho nrraiig:iniit of tho tober. Approximately $80,500,000' ton of foed they use, animal hus' AK FOR THE YKUOW PENC11. WITH TIE RED BAND In getting It to the farm.1 incurred at EAGLE MIKADO For example, if a ton of bran U building thomgelveg, us rcKrd:f$ni!0 wna oxponded In Interest on the pub bandry specialists On tho' Golleso of say. the othor hand, .u dhar' ur at i,. war abjuut lie dtbt in NQvemlmr na campnrdil Asriiiultur bought for Js4, nnd ?1,25 spwit EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY. NEW YORK ! " farmers who aro selling cram on tho '""Mi'"T ' " " '' .for frtlght on it, '7C cont worth of ilw. iiupurtaut. Olton the build- - with $130,000,000 In October. " l, cgg-oatlsis-tor- for one typo of farming, and tnnt having been dis continued and another taken up, they are riot suited to tho particular kind Frequentof farming now practiced. ly, however, alterations can be mado that will Improve the arrangement in many respects, but then, again, conditions may bo such that this can not bo done. Additional faqtors to bo considered In buying a farm aro discussed l.t Farmers' Bulletin 10SS, Selecting a Farm, Issued by tho United Stated Department of Agriculture. Copies may be had frco upon addressing a lng3 wero planned SAYS KINGSHIP NOT OFFERED BONAPARTE butterfat basis cannot nfford to buy grain and In order to feed cows economically, must uso those raised on their farms. t A ration which has glv.on good refeeding trials and on that sults in can bo mixed easily at homo Is composed of GOO pounds of hlp stuff, COO pounds of hominy meal, corn meal or cracked corn and 200 pounds of cottonseed hioal, Oil meat can bo substituted for tho cottonseed meal or 100 pounds of each may be used, Many successful feeders ellmlnato (ho difficulty pf" mixing tho feeds by emptying n few bags of each Into separato feed boxes nnd then using a. measure holdlne about two nounds of feed, in this way, tho quantity of each Ingredient can bo measured as cow Is fed. ' Liberty Bicycles On Sale n r s, -- j any-on- o, - - , 'Jk it-B- oth 1 -- iT.t y i well-balanc- n- - v CASTOR A -- I Elect rip Bitters nm-t,ail- , r -- " con-b- or TWS j I hold-up- s. !. 1 plen-cro- Mothers use an n - rs jdA ap-th- -- - ' For the Vprmif u Re conlin-uousu- mp -- crow-examin- e oy r dIl arm-chai- r. -- Jew GERMINAL REMEDY mmCiS -- j twenty-f- FOR.ONE MONTH - when-Gener- USE AX A x -- t For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Vtr-La- toast-mast- er Wants -- j eye-te- rn - for-douc- I guar-antce- r, il-r- U I ' -- "P -- i p hm,- - J4 ,t i 200 feet ns shown by plal of said MASTER COMMISSIONER'S- - SAIiB i town, being tho same property con- Farmers HIS EXPERIENCE veyed to thoEquality, Ky.,Mcrcsintllo Ohio Circuit Court. . Company of by W. A. al., Plaintiffs. " Klrtley anil Mary B. Klrtloy, as C. K. Royal, it of sale. Notlco W JTnuiiKlOMn Man Khjh It Only Took shown by deod of record In t"'o Ohio P. F. v?. Westorflold, ot al., Dofondnnls. County Clerk's office, T '' - 'three IlotttoH f ThiiIhc To ...v.. 1'ursunni 10 a jua.Kmoni una uruur . ..".:ri... ....... , ..i. ...' ... i'liiu oi . "n'o ontsred In tho nbovo styled niinin-J'llt, lilt" III T m al 8tptoinbor 1021 term of Ohio County, Ky., nnd described as j tho nbovolh0 Dtylcd court( aitocllng mo iicihftknoW what It Is but thero real Beginning at a stono, corner , n the, to sell tho hereinafter described tf?SdmethlnKraboiU Tnnlac which cerUl0 ,iurp080 0f dividing lino of street or public road nnd run- - Mlatc for i .1.. tainly docs tho work, for It only took SA.-ilLw" " roa? to a Partios entitled thereto, after tho. ? tliroo bottles to put me In first-clas- s direction BO payracnt 0f tho costs of this action 1 had suffered for ov-- jr condition after d'rec; offer tho J TLP?n?t ,n. ntlwe9t"1y "V,J i and sale cost of this sale, to will high- thb at public outcry 'or two carp," said John P. Evans, L" JL00with tho t 464, Joseph St., Youngstown, Ohio, a southeast 50 feet to tho lln& of said est and best bidder atKy., on Courty Mon-daHouso door In Hartford, musician. n street or public road; thenco with tho January 2nd, 1922, at about '"My stomach was nil out of ordor, line of said road 200 feet to tho place tho hour of ono o'clock r. m. tit ir beginning. jlhail no .appotlto nnd never enjoy- of This belnc a part of lot No. 8 as ho first day ot tho regular torm of tho Ohio County Court) on a credits I ed a good meal. For a long time pint of said town and a f of six and twelve months, tho follow shown on the had to diet myself on toast, milk nnd part of the property conveyed to first mg described real estate, tying ami Klrtloy which by W. other light foods, and If I vonturcd to partiesrecord InM.deed book, 42, deed beinK In -Ohio County Kentucky and pngo described- as follows: Doing three jT meat or other heavy food I Is ot oat'nny G2 Ohio County Clork's office. 01 lanu on iuu wuiura ui oumu Jiisl suffered ngony. t Tho nurchascr will bo rcnulrod to tracts Punthor .Crook, and bounded as fol, "1 had awful headaches whlcli last- I execute bonds Immcdlatoly after sale, bearing inter- lows: tract: Beginning nbout 4 feet 1st ed for hours nt a time, and some- In cqunl Installments,psr cent per anest nt tho rato of 6 times I Rot so weak and short of num from date until paid. Said bonds N. E. of a chestnut stump oa the wost Hamilton Ford and Fordsvillo breath I could hardly go. I was very to hnvo tho forco and effect of a judg- side ofthenco running N. 35 W. 50 any nnd ment. A lien will bo retained on tho rond; nervous, slept scarcoly 3 polos to a stako; thonco N. 73 W. property sold to further secure tho 18 poles to a stake; thonco N. 14 E. comwould got up mornings feeling payment of said' bonds. 136 poles to a otono; thenco N. 68 W. pletely tired out. Given under my hand this tho 14th 46 poles to a stono; thenco N. 10 E. , Iiread a lot about Tanlac day ot Dccombor, 1921. 13 V4 poles to a .stono and beech OTTO O. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. stump op (ho south sldo of the old ,and finally Tot n bottlo, nnd In my M. L. Heavrln, Atty. up to all bed of Panther Creek; thenct down case It certainly has como re rtho good thjngs thoy said nbout It. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE said creeka as it meandersN. when W. 55 duced to Btraight line, M appetite was novor better and I poles, S. V. 108 20 poles; N. 82 26 W. 24 poles S. 13 E. 862-- 3 poles, S. cat anything even meat, without suf- W. H. nenfrow, Plaintiff. vs. Notlco of salo. 54 E. 12 poles to a stono Tom Roy-al- 's fering, and the headaches and weak E. Sutton, N. W. corner; thenco with said' ipolls .nro things of tho past. My Mary virtue of n ct nt., Defendants. judgment nnd ordor Tom Royal's nnd I. C. Wcstorflold's By ciiervcs aroiso steady that I Just sleep nf snip, entered In tho nbovo styled lino S. 76 E. 66 poles to a stono said 'tlio wholo night . through nnd .get.- up.ncton- nt the November, i 1921 term Westerfleld's corner on a farm road; .,., .. .. II- -.. . -. .11 i, r, mu every morning reeling nno. in mciiui ii. umu rifmuu wun, uuraims thenco with said farm road as it jno to 8o11 tho hereinafter described meanders when reduced to a straight Jnt-vc- r folt bettor in my property for tho purposr of paying the lino S. 4 E. 30 poles S. 20 W. 15 poles certainly prnlso Tanlac ovcrj cnanco. ju,Bmenl of the plaintiff against the S. 10 V. 15 poles 8. 6 W. 28 poles, 8. amounting to $27.50, 35 B. 52 poles to Bald Weotorfleld's defendants, 3.,get." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. with Interest thereon at tho rato of corner on the west side of Hamilton C por cent per annum from April 10, Ford and Fordsvillo road thenco with '.f' .: Iioan nnu, ... i, -- ,, i.y m ..u."b "'.,- - ,,,,, ..,,, L., 1J. ioefiihor With tho said road as It meanders N. 75 E. 53 jjlsts everywhere. cost of tho above styled action nnd 3 poles N. 10 E. 5 poles to the bethe cost of this salo, I will offor for ginning, containing 130 acres mora VlIUfiAVAVK SWKEPtf ISI.Kj sale at public outcry to tho highest or less. Beginning a stono S.10 NATIVES DROWNED and hest bidder, at the court houso- ' 2nd tract: - doorln Hartford, Kentucky, on Mon- in Phlster'a lino at a point at where the day January 2, 1922. (It being tho old Hamilton Ford nnd Fordsville i .. uuy ui hip ri'KUiur ivriii ui nic road mado a short turn; thence run".v. iu.uiini. ?fjirnntlvus were drowned by the tl- - Ohio County- - Court) at about tho ning with tho aforesaid road as It the! hour of 12:30 P.M.. on a credit of meundors when reduced to Btraight """ wavo that overwhelmed Island I innMtlm , ,. t fnl Inlnln i i nan. hnH Hues aro S. 44 W. 80 Poles, S. 10 W. of Ibajay nnd Macato, towns roal estate, In Ohio County, Ky., and 5 poles S. 75 W. 53 3 poles, S. 50 or Negros, November 26, according to bounded as follows W. 17 5 poles to a stono, Tom Roybeginning at a large Spanish oak al's corner; thence with said Royal's lotallB rocelved at Coustabulary head- INCORPORATED N. V. corner of Dab- - Una 8. 20 nnd sugar E. 17 5 poles to a nuartefs hern. Thousands of head neys 1000tree, aero survey; thenco stono; thenco S. 13 W. 13 poles; . n. o thence of livestock were urowncti nnu inesouth 89 E. 128 poles passing E. 112 poles to a N. 62 oron of 11 largo region virtually drew Crowe at 70 poles to a white stono nnd white oak; thenco S. 68 E. j oak and hickory tree, Lee W'lmsatt's poles to a white oak; thence S. 2S vas uestroycu. corner; thenco with said wimsatt's 55 E. 97 poles to a hickory; thence lino S. 1 W. 122 poles to a hickory N. 32 E. 13 poles to a stone on the and nsh on the bank of drain: N. E. corner of a small bridge near thence N. 89 W. 128 poles to two tho old roadbed; thence with said $ FOR FLETCHER'S chestnuts and oak In tho division nt old roadbed as It meanders, N. about Dabncy's lino; thenco N. 128 79 W 91 poles to tho beginning, concontaining taining 70 poles to tho beginning, acres, moro Call on Tho Republican for Flae thenco ' ''lllgglns My wife induced mo to 100 94 acres moro or less, and P The two above tracts are a part Tho purchaser will be r'eaulred to poles and 16 links to a stone; on the j0b prlBting. poles to a stone 1 E. 12 tract of land convoyed, to nrpriitn hnnifs Immediately after sale, N. ,..i Envn mv dear mon-- : 'ns from this boundary 50 acres this of " dav iinlrt hv Vircll Sutton nnd Mnrv W. V. Royal and Mary F. Roval and payable in equal Installments, bearing soutn. side 01 tno roaa; mence n. on ''I""""" ' John H. ,r. ." Wright, also ex- owned by them at tho time of their interest at tho rate of 6 per cent per v.. Willi natri road 6 noles and 16 .X.Wtf" E. Sutton to And havo you saved rcptlng from this boundnrr 5 8 death. annum from date until paid. Said links to the beginning, containing jfcSPi acres heretofore sold to J. V. 3rd tract: Deglnnlng at a white bonds to havo the forco and effect of one half acre. , The purchaser will be required to rY1&.iSAmr.&Z3Amr. ... ,Aft . w mv. .vif nnir - This land Is recorded In Ohio Coun- - oak in tho Joshua Uellamy and S. S. a Judgment. A lien will bo retainn -.. ..., ..v. ...Bh.u execute bond Immediately after sale, CIerk.s ofnce n ueed, Dook 17, HroWn liner thenco running nbout ed on the property sold to further bearing Interest at the rate ot 6 per If. and bought herself a gold cigar10t south 52 poles to a beech; thonce the payment ot said bonds. ' Honolulu The purchaser will bo required TBI about S. E. 36 polos to a stone corGiven under my hand this the 14th cent per annum from 'date Until paid. '; . Said bonds to have the force and efexecuto bond Immediately after salo, ner to S. S. Drown;-the- n 67 E. 84 day of December, 1921. . tearing" in- - poles to four hickory saplings, anOTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C. fect of a Judc&ient. A Hen will be re- for the purchase price, per 11KICHSTAG nEJKCTS o'hD 6 cent per other corner of S. S. Brown; then N. tained on the property sold to furf9Hjr Kirk & Bartlett, Attys. MKKCHAIkT HHII COLOlto terest at tho rate of ther secure the payment of said nnum from date unt pa,di Sa,d 30 W. 24 poles to a largo whlto oak I bonds to force and effect of in Crow's line, then about N. W. to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE bonds. havo the Given under my hand this tho 14th ! A Ilea will be retained the boglnning, containing 40 acres, Berlin, Dec. 19. Tno itcicnsiag a judjjment. I on tho flay of December, 1921. property sold to further se more or loss. . Ohio Circuit Court. today rejected by n decisive majority OTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C. . . .. r- - .... w Being the samo land conveyed to Alfonzo Decker, et al., Plaintiffs. - .... -- ttiA mntlnn nf IhA PC.1 1 Intl DllM! fl tlTttt mft C. M. Crowe and J. S. GHnn, Atty, Given under my'hand this the 14 tho decedents W. W. Royal and Mary vs. Notice ot sale. "Black-Drauc- ht Is. fif reoolfr's party to havo tho black, day of December. 1921. F. RoyaI by P. F. Westerfield and Arthur Oiler, et al.. Defendants. my opinion, thebCSt liver OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. wife on October 29, 1903, and which white and red restored as tho colors By virtue of a Judgment and order medicine en the marketr" M. L. Heavrln, Atty. Is ot record In deed book 25, page of sale ot the Ohio Circuit Court di- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE for Germany's merchant marine. Tho states Mrs. R. H. White- 487 Ohio County Clerk's office. rected to me In the abovo styled acwas tho Initial attempt to efmotion siae.oi neota.uKia. ane The purchaser will be required to tion, at tho "November 1921 term of Ohio Circuit Court. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE Gi! continues: "I had a naia fect a constitutional change which execute bonds tor the purchase price said court, directing mo to sell tho Daisy h. Miller ot al. Plaintiffs. tfiiS: in piy cest alter eating vs. Notice of sale. thb Government declined to under- C. C. Raymer, Plaintiff. of said land Immediately after sale, hereinafter described property for the &5S5 ifnht. (iricomlortabie leel- with security to. be approved by the nurnose of payfhg the cost ot this ac Kate .Dawson, et al., Defendants. vs. Notice of sale. take unless a majority In the this WA3 Very payable in six and tion and tho cost of this sale and di commissioner, uy virtue or a judgment and order fgl ing-- and W. F. Keown, et al., Defendants. It. jj disagreeable find brought ' Ry virtue of a Judgmont and or twelve months, bearing interest nt tho viding the remainder or the procoeus of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court, di6 per uii iicduutuc. 1 was luu- per annum from among the parties entitled thereto, I rected to ma In the above styled ac-, In "the sale ,e """ ""'"" .. m it,nonnvo.'lef ot action entered November, above rato of paid.cent stlpated and knew it was at-lSaid bonds to have will offer for sale at public outcry tion, at the November, 1921 term, of 1921 date until ,styled indigestion and Inactive man ot the delegation, 'to ask ypu term of the 0n0 Circuit Court, dl- - the-- force and effect ot a judgment. to the highest and best bidder at the said court, directing me to sell the liver. I t:gan the use of to permit the use of your name at tho rectlng mo to soil the hereinafter A lien will be retained on the land court houso door In Hartford, Ken- - hereinafter described property for the night and purpose ot convention we expect to hold next described property for the purpose- sold to further secure the payment of tucky, on Monday January 2, 1922, abovp styled paying the cost or tho morning, and it sure is regupaying the Judgment of the plain- said bonds. offf" action and the cost of (It being the first day of-tsplendid and certainly week to nominate a candldato lori,. ,Glven under my hand this the 14 lar terra of the Ohio County Court) this sale, and the debf of the Jieayor C. C. nntr,, against the de gives relief." nlderman fendnnt, nmountlnc to $100.00 with day of December, 1921. at about the hour of 12:30 P. M., on Dam Deposit Bank amounting to OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O c. a credit of six and twelve months, the with interest thereon at the "You aro welcome to use my name, Interest nt tho rato of 6 ftper cent per p a nri un- M. L. Heavrln, Atty. folio-win, described real estate, being rato of 6 per cent per annum from irom aepiumuer .gentlemen," replied Mr. Pzhchtourn-innnu-- -in uockport unio uoumy, ivy., con- February 22. 1921,-- until paid, also ' oTs peUtlonelte'r kl. tho influential Polish cltUe."lf sisting of a house and lot. tho debt of Kate Dawson in .the sum you think you can." Raymer, amounting to $150.00, with Tho purchaser will be roqulred to of $600.00. with interest thereon at Immediately aftor sale, the rate of 6 per cent per annum from 7, 1921, until execute bonds Interest from January FOR FLETCHER'S - Mount' I.asson. payable fn equal installments, bear- AugUBt 18 1921, until paid, and a Culltornln, Is tho paid nnd for the purposo ot paying cost of ing interest at the rate of 6 per" cent distribution of tho balance of the only actlvo volcanic crater In the 'p est of this action and the per annum from date until paid. Said proceeds anioue the plaintiffs nnd de this sale, I will offer tor sale nt pub- .United States. COMMISSIONER'S SALE bonds' to havn tbn force and effect fendants, an their Interests may ap-- i lie outcry to the highest and best A lion will be retain-e- c pear, I will offer for sale at public dor, at tho court house door In Hart of a Judgment. ,1'IiYlNG HOAT RKSCUKS 12 Ohio Circuit Court. ford, Ky., on Monday, January 2, op the property sold to further se- outcry to the highest and best bidH. Parks, cure the payment of said bonds. ON REEF FOR FIVE DAYS 1922 (It being the first day of tho H, T. Holbrook and der at the court house door in Hartpartners trading and dolus buGiven under my hand this the 14 ford, Ky., on Monday, January 2, Miami, F.a Dec. a effiou0 siness under the firm name and day of December. 1921. 1922 (It being tho first day ql the , .. , ,, ,r 0 1ng five days stylo ot Holbrook & Parks, twnlvn OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C, O, C. regular term of the Ohio County I m n'reofof the Ilahama Islands, 12, months, the following doscrlbod roal Plaintiffs. S. Glenn, Attorney. Court) at about the hour of 12:30 J. . . as. Notice P. M., on a credit of six and twelve WffOi For over seventy years inen aboard the strnnueil uritisn mo.; estate, in unio uouniy, ivy., oouna- - Pottus Davis and of salo.Slsk, partners ; h. P. e(,J18 .foliows COMMISSIONER'S SALE mouths, the followinE described real SJrSS this MASTER torboat Priscllla have been rescued , Beginning at a poplar and hickory purely vegetable g trading and doing business un-- j Ui : natnro.1 Ijy n hydrpplano of tho Aoromarino c orcparation has beea der the firm namo ot West Hart- - j t0 th , nU t M(orA and s Ohio Circuit Court. A certain tract of land lying near font-Coa- l Airways Company, uccording to woru. j, ,h, Keown; thenco running S. 59 found beneficial by tliou- Company, Defendants. P. Taylor,' Admr. etc., plaintiffs. to nnd Just north of the town of BeaBy virtue ot a judgmont and ordtr E. 22 5 poles to a stake corner to vs. Notice ot sale, ver Dam, Ky., together with all the received here today. sands.of persons suffertho lands of Embry; thenco S, nbout of sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court, en- Lelah Hnyncs and Deo Hayucs, Improvements thereon bounded and ing from effects of a tor3 't 195 5 polos to a stake tered at the November, 1J21, term, Defendants. described as follows: Beginning on pid, SALE- Swift's, corner; thenco N. 88 W. 129 In the abovo styled action, directing By virtue of a Judgment and ordor tho west sldo of tho Beaver Dam and MASTER COruTuISSlONKR'S ' I poles to a chestnut snag; thence N, 9 me to sell the hereinafter described ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court en Indigestion, biliousness, ;, ' , Hartford road on a white oak, Mrs. . property polcj In Celia of paying tared at Ohio Circuit Court. colic, coated tongue, dizi .nnllock, Guardian, et al. Plain- - W. 87 N. 70 to a18chestuut stump; the cost offor the purpose notion end tho abovotho November 1921 term,mo thejico Harrods northeast corner; 3 thencQ polos to a styled action, directing E. the above styicd John In a n6rthernly course with ziness, constipation, bitwhito oak snag; thenco N. 32 W. 48 the cost of this salo, and paying the to sell the hereinafter described prop- - SM,i nravor Dam and Hartford road tiffs. '' ter taste, sleeplessness, Poles to a stouo; thoncs- E. 80 poles Judgment ot the plaintiffs against the lerty for tho purpose of paying thfr ZOVi poles to a stuko: thenco S. 8714 iv's. Notice of salo. lack of energy, pain In et nl.. J. LT Addlngton, JudgmentDefendants. to a stone; thonco N. SVfe W. 2H4 defendants amounting to ? 15,000.00 (cost ot the above styled action nnd W. to D. II. Barnes' east line, n Btono and order poles to a stone: thence N. 86 E. 36 with ,at tho J the cost ot this salo, and paying the nlnntnil In tlin linn nnd In Hila rnr. nv vlrttm of a thereon luterest back, pufUness under the of snlo entered in tho abovo styled poles to a stone; thence N. 11 W.13 rate of 6 per, cent per annum debt of W, P. Taylor In the sum of nor; thence south with said D. II. s eyes any or all of action at thq November 1921, term (poles to a stone In branch; thehea'from the 18th day of Juno, 1921, un- - $220.00 with interest at 6 per cent Barnes' and Prank Render's line to often Indicate ot the Ohio Circuit court, directing, uo wn sum urancn. wnon reduced to a 'til paid, credited by the sum ot f riy.- - from November 23, l'Jib, until paid. a stono In R, R. McLean's north line; , (hat theie is something ano to sell the hereinafter described j straight line N nbout 54 E. 36 poles 87 paid August 15. 1921, I will of- - i credited by $100.00 paid Septembor thence N. 60 W. 140 poles to tho be property for tho purposo of paying I to tho boglnning, containing 135 Vi for for sale at public outcry to tins 2 1 1Q1X, and the balance to be the matter wilh y0ur ginning, containing 70 acres, moro or and best bidder at the court.! vided among the plaintiffs and . less. tho cost pt the abovo styled actlou acres. liver."" You can't be too Also the following persoanl prop-'in- g door In Hartford. Ky., on fendants us their interests may Tho purchaser will bo required to .and the cost of this salo, and dlvld- careful about the medi-,clJanuary 2, 1922, (It being 'pear herein, I will offer for sale at execute bonds Immediately after sale, tho Ijalano eof the proceda among jcrty; Two black mare mulea six you take. Be sure tho first day ot the regular term ot ' public outcry to the highest and boat bonds to be made payable to the Beathose 'entitled thereto, as their inter- - years old. Tho purchaser will be required to the Ohio County Court, at about tno (bidder at 'he court house door in ver Dam Deposit that (he 'name, ' 'Thed.ests may appear, 1 will offer for sale Bank for the at public oufcry to the highest and execute bonds Immediately after sale hour of 12:30 P, M., on a credit of. Hartford. Ry. on Monday, January amount ot its indebtedness nnd to ford's Is 'best bidder at the court house door payable In equal Installments, bear-jl- u alx and twelve months, the following 2, 1922 (It being the first day of the Kato Dawson for the umount or her cm the package. At all Hartford', Ky on Monday, January lag JuteresUu the rate of 6 per cent described property, viz: 'regular iouu of the Ohio O'umy Indebtedness and to the commissiondrugg'wt6. e coal properties ot-- the West Court) at about .the hour of 12:30 er for tho balance of the purchase until paid, 2, 1922, (It being the first day of ppr annum from" date Hartford Coal Company consisting ot P. H., oa a credit of six months price. Said bonds to have the force rthe regular term ot the Ohio County Said bonds to have the force and Accept Only at about the hour ot 12:30 feet ot a Judgment. A lien will bq lease covering the coal underlying the following described property and effect ot a Judgment, and a lien P,-on a credit ot six and .twelve retained on the property sold to the frm called the Smith, farmoa the A certain parcel ot land situa- will be retained en the property sold the Genuine. Ky. to further secure the payment ot said the following described real ther secure the payment of said L, & N. railroad below Hartfrod, Ohio ted Jn Haynfiville, Ohio Comity, County, Ky., together with all min and bounded as follows: J.W 3JJKS tRtt. lvlne and beng In unto uoun- - bonus bonds. Beftlanlrig at a stone N. E. corner Given under my hand this the 14th ing equipment, coal cars, traeks, rails Glveu under my hand this the 14th tyf Ky and bounded and aescriuea day of December, 1921. to Hayneevllle 'church lot; thence day ot December 1921. tipples, mules, machinery and all as follows; OTTO 0. MARTIN, M. C. O, C. mlniHg equipment and appurtenances I with line at said church lot S. 1 W OTTO O. MARTIN, M, C. O, C. Four lots la the town ot Reality, by M. L. Heavrln, Atty. Kentucky, Nos. 5, 6, 7, and 8, 100 how leeated and situate on said farm. 12 ol to a stone; thence 8. 39 W. 6 Baraes & Smith, Attorneys. f,T ' - iMliSICIAN TELLS n,.nii-- ".. .- -.. li I '.,. ,. t t GALLON US MPJ'LIU well-know- no-In- , 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. In fact, we '"k'-Well- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I1T STOCK. If ' '""'1' 1. -- -- i.ji a,. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. --- -- ,ii Hartford Printing Company. 3-- ..... 3-- An-r(o- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY dhildreii Cry VrC AST ORVA A .- -- IE. or-les- oxcept-.iA.mbin- i'.. 7-- tns&WrS&tll so-cu- re Q-case. Star-nullcli- n. For Torpid -- liver -- ed .- ;""" he a , Black-Draug- ht, J he, m iu, Children Ory Thedford's 1 CA5TORU BLACK- - r ""r.pjjd. , ..,.fiUJ DRAUGHT orslow-acting-Uv- I 2-- 3-- Vj-W- S 2-- these-symptom- 1 se ay ne Black-Draugh- t," AU-th- . lis i. i'S i Come Join The Eager Xmas Throng Who throng the store where the best sfock of Christ-.- . " r . mas Goods is to be found in town making ready for a great Christmas. r -- - $25.00 Our stock in Ivoiy Goods is complete Mirrors, Nail Files, Buffers, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brushes, Box and Roll-u- p Manicure Sets from $1.50 to $15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets from $3.50 to $2.50". .Shaving Sets. $1.50 to Books for- old and young. - Shaving Mugs, Xmas Cards and. Seals, Xmas 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-o- f TOILET WATERS and PERFUMES in all the superior odors, was never more complete. We are headquarters for Box Papers 4 prices from 15 cents to $5.00. A fine assortment of Fountain Pens." . Cigars, Cigarettes and Smoking Tobaccos almost any kind. Lowney's Box Candies finest quality. " ' ' We have a New Line of Jewelrycome in and see it. - iFfe"v i4fl?P3s& wSfi 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 The most complete Toy assortment ever brouglit to town. Sleeping Dolls, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported Japanese large-number- s. hand-paint--e- d' w""!.! VS! . China. H'l r f- $ i - ...... hm II rlt- vM... L. ro-M-- ... " itft-- r- c- French importations of Hand-painte- d Wares. . , ? vVi The O AMERICAN LEGION WEEKLY HAPPENINGS American Education Wcok will bo with programs observed annually, similar to those of- - December according to tho Americanism of the American Legioii The commission, with the National Educational As sociation, directed the Initial Ind. 0, Kio-Count- y . INCOKI'OKATUO Drug Company so HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. tf tant, Catholic or Jew who endeavor to force religious issues should be fectively squelched. ' ef- AVASIIINGTON Th.e Ladles Aid gave a successful bazaar at tho Methodist church here NOTICE TO SETTLE on Tne3dayafternoon of this week. To our patrons and customers, who Ruby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. are indebted to us: Please call and W. F. Newcomb of this place Is 111 settle your account on or before of pneumonia at this writing. January 10, 1922, as there will be Versia Newcomb of this neighborioaie changes made In our business hood, who is in Hartford and Miss u u that date, making it necessary that Vina Hamlett spent from Wednesday all the old business be settled. until Sunday with friends at With many thanks for past favors Roused over the report of relaand business given us, we are Mr. and Mrs. Holland Gray, of tives that a soldiorjs body had been Yours Respectfully, Clear Run, were guests of Mrs. jammed Into a cheap casket that DEXTER & VINCENT, Gray's aunt, Mrs. L. L. Newcomb and it was with difficulty removed for 2012 Ccntertown, Ky. family here, Sunday. proper burial, the American Legion mm Yates Everllng, of this placo who of New Jersey is making a thorough CKHALVO has been ill of pneumonia, is recov-r- or such practice. investigation ering. Trenton, N. J. Mr. Will Cundiff and family have moved to Nelson. A' hero ypst'-nl.ibroke and job-- I, Several from this place attended SHE TOOK. THE QUEEN'S MEAT hs today, Sgt. Carl Naef, who made tho Baptizing at Uockportthe Second atCulinary Expert Tells How Victoria but unsuccessful n sensntlonal Sunday of this month. of Great Britain Was Delight. DOG TAGS roil H22 tempt to capture Grover Bergdoll. AlMrs. Ira Leach and lltle son fully Deceived. evader, In Germany, has been bert, of Kir by Arkansas visited Mlsi draft Get our dog tags on or before the 'taken In charge by the American Le- Margaret Hunter and Mrs. P. L. Wood New York. "Queen Victoria loved J flrat day ot January, if you do not gion of Now York. His only assets, last week. W the queen's lie mutton chop.-,,y the vJo,ato the , nnd upon returning from Germany conEverly and w,1Mm' at Misses Mary Ethel : XnJi:;:-dJSv.Asisted of a police dog. New York. Anna Wood, wo aro attending school tty "The doctois had a terrible time I tH0 tlrst ",al ? nnd $3.00 for at Bowling Green, will arrive Frimate hoe, Anu making her cut down the amount of eacli aaquiQnai of the day, to spend the holidays. Moro thf.n 3000 veterans I Miu ate. Her chef, under the $2.02 for tho firbt female dog, and World War now .suffering from tuR. Hunter and lit- meat Mr. and Mrs. J. of the doctors, would wrvp her $4.00 for each additional female berculoids are without proper caro or tle grandson Austin Hunter, of orders hospitalization In tho state of Now Equality spent Thursday and Fri- a thin slice of chop or steak and then dog, also glyo tho following Informahe'd get llred. When I went to be her tion, viz; , York, according to William P. day with Mr. P. L. Wood and family. private chef I cooked her u great, ! Your Post Office address. commander of the Now York Dewpo little boy arrived at the thick chop Just the way she liked It, A I Your Voting Precinct. partment of the Amorican Legion, home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Everly, Then I scraped the meat out of tho Brerd or kind of dog. who has just completed a survey thru December" 17. inside and stuffed It ultli savory Malo or Female. Legion posts of the state. New York who has heibs. Mr. George Whobrey, " " Ago of Dog. . "She was delighted with this new boon in Ohio for some time, has re' J Dog. Color of way of serving her chop and .while The first American Legion building turned home. j w. c. 'dlaNkenship, slie gazed on it with satisfaction and financed Exclusively through tho sale Tho school 'children will present a ute It with enjoyineqt Mio neer Clerk Ohio County Court, of municipal bonds is that now un-- piny, ut this placo, on December 23. I had stolen half her construction at fioutli Pasadena, Miss Ethel Uussel hasthmbtaJllonhm realized that I meat." Calif. Tho building, which is to bo BOAT SERVICE of tho bungalow type, will stand in TAFFY. &. The Boat, Hartford, has American Loglon Park, n public park Income Tax Four Cents; of South Patadenn. Lou, Angeles. A telephone meeting was hold ut been pul in service between He Pays in Installments P. Taylor's store Saturday morning. Hartford and Evansville, In-- X There is not one jobless Now directors wore elected and quite taxpayer Augusta, Ga. A man In Louisiana." the American a lot of businoss transacted. diana.' Departures will be whose totnl tax Is 4 cents and Legion Employment Bureau of that Hov. Savage preached at the Chrismade from Hartford on who Insists on his right to pay state having found work for ovary tian church hero Saturday night and In four Installments nnd who Monday and veturun beoklng employment. Thursday Sunday. money order for bought a Mr. Vn&coo Baird, wife and sou, which he paid 3 cents was mornings of each week at 7 Religions factions In American J. C, of Shlukjo Chapel, spoilt Sathere today. Tho (tikpay-e- r, o'clock. Special preparation-haLegion ppsts havo been severely con- urday night with Koscoo Balrd and a tall, lanky farmer, who by Hanford MaeNlder, Iowa, Sunday with Mrs. Flora Stewart. gave his address us Lincoln coun-tdemned been made for handling! but whose mime was1 not dl- national commander of tho OrganiMr. and Mrs. J. A. Raymond spent all kinds of live stock. Your zation. Speaking at Portland, Uro., Saturduy with their dnughter, Mrs. t vulged, personally submitted his to inn neputy collector or leturn patronage is earnestly solic- -' Mr. MaeNlder declared that religion Ira D. Funk, of this place. Internal revenue, ufiJng the ' Is between a man and his God," and Miss Gladys Taylor of Pleasant f money order to pay the tliK in- ited for everything you have that the person who would bring Ridge, spout tho week-en- d with her t htalluH'iit. to ship, either in or out. Into Ljglon acti- parents, Mr. and Mrs. F, Taylor. ' inferences i vities "It not worthy of menibenrhip." Mra. Fred Lake, who has been 'very Freight rates are reasonable. .. . r.i This country was fqur.vl'il Ik'rmisu III, Is thought to bo better. westerner camo on 10 spenunis a ... , " if rollgloiiB Intolerance. In others." Mis. America Perdue and Mrs. W. vncatlpn ut Loblolly Cove, near Hock- - ,. "ARTrORD BOAT CO., H. T. Holbrook, Mgr. the Legion head said. ,;Tho 1'iotoi- - 0. Fuuk, were In Hartford Friday port. He had never seen the oj;ean sea-watery. o sea-wat- er y before. The first morning of his arrival he appeared at the little flsh-houand general store kept by a nntlve named Hasklns, and announced that be wanted, two palls full of r, which 'the storekeeper obligingly dipped up for him from his wharf, It being high tide. "How much?" the Westerner asked. Hasklns. who nevur overloked .a bargain, replied. "Ton cents." The new arrival paid It chesrfully, he turned up and that afternoon again with his pails. "My doctor out homo told mo to twice a day," ho bathe In explained; then, observing the distant beach-lin- e at low tide, " ho added: You've hn'd a big business "Gosh! today; haven't you, mister'" Slipped. k i I nrn Ei Hk I'll ."fu,W-- tea ) j -- 4 jl ' II ibJ. I Balk ? - ma L Jkjwfi ;EnpT J B Q v Deo-gan, Xmas Present For Wife Buy New Monarch Range! my. , It's graceful lines will appeal to you it is exceptionally attractive. But the MONARCH is more than good looking it is built for service and econo- 1t , J i ' Malleable Iron as used in the MONARCH insures lasting satisfaction and reduced fuel bills. We are offering some wonderful'-value-s so come in and see the s v. Monarch Malleable The "Stay Satisfactory" Range. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY '