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The Hartford republican: December 30, 1921 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 hao1921123001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 30, 1921 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1921 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. . s The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV MASONIC LODGES ELECT OFFICERS Subscription $1.50 per Yeuf4 NUMBER 27 ' HARTFORD. OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, tho folLivlng officers: W. J. Mason, M.; Leo Gray S. W.J Joo Bozarth, J. W.; Ray Harrel, Secy.; Robert Tur-Ie- y, Tress.; Cecil Dunn, Tyler; Emory Tllford, S. D.; 'J. C. Williams, J. D.; Dyron Mason, Chaplain. Others to bo supplied. Mntnnznrt Mntanzns Lodge, No. 811 will have tho following officers for the ensuing year: Alfred James, M.; II. D. Martin, S. W.; J. J. Smiley, J. W.J T. H. Taylor, Tress.; E. A. Carter, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1921. frnflllnnt ftinn (hn.a nt .tin i.r.,.tr1-I.talker, who Is not Infrequently a mere sponge, a parasite upon the ' line. . Wo had occasion to use almost ev-otelephone exchange within Ohio County during the? present week, 8om& of them many tlmei during one day, and we wish to say that each and evey- - operator did his and her best, seemingly, to assist us toward getting good service. The Operators at tho local Board and Centertown were extremely nice to us. Our calls were difficult and hard to get. Tho Operators at these two points found out why we were calling so often and very materially aided us. Without their giving us more attention and assistance tfian they are usually given credit for, it would have been Impossible for us to havo secured the Information wo sought. It was Important to us, and In slncerety, wo thank them for doing more than, their part. Nothing' can be too good for a pnlns-takln- g and much nagged-a- t operator of the. average switch board. Here's a special wish that tho. belt of the better things may be yours during the times Just ahead. . ry IRISH SENTIMENT IN FAVOR OF PACT MOVIES GOME AT A INGERSOLUIELD BILLION A YEAR $1,000,000 SifORT Bankruptcy Petition Against Watch Concern Lists $3,- 000,000 Liabilities. All Lodges Of Ohio County Hold Annual Meetings Tuesday. De Valera May Cancel position Is Rumor In London. Op- Public Pays Enormous Sum For Its Screen Entertainment. London, Dec. 27. All Lodges F. & A. M of Ohio Secy.; Herman Hosklns, Tyler. Oth- Sentiment .Washington, Dec. 27. Tho AmeriNew York, Dec27.--AInvolunCounty, flftoon. In numbor, throughout Ireland, as reflected In can people spend from seven hundred hold qrs to be supplied. tary petition In bankruptcy was fildispatches to London newspapers, to- nnd fifty million dollars to ono bil .their annual meottngg Tuesday ot tho s Ccralvo ed ln Fedoral Court today against present week, nt which tha election Ceralvo Lodge No. 263, elected tho day, is overwhelmingly In favor ot lion dollars a year to seo motion picRobert H. Ingersoll & Brother, manuill' officers for tho ensuing" year oc- - following offlcors to sorve during the the Irish peace treaty. Reports from tures, the Senato Finance Committee facturers of Ingersoll watches, of this curred. In some cases the incoming coming year: Vol. Garrett, M.j WIllIo various provinces indicate that fully was told today In tho course ot argucity. Liabilities were set forth aa Master had not announced tho com-- 1 Williams, S. W.; G. M. Darnard, J 90 por cent of the people In the twenty-- ments, for and against a high tariff on $3,000,000 and assets, oxclusive 'ot plcte list of appointive officers atlw.: J. B. Evorly. Secretary; E. A six counties ot Southern Ireland foreign-mad- e pictures, 'the Investgood will, a3 $2,000,000. tho tlmo wo mndo our Inquiries. Fol- - Barnard, Trees.; W. II. Stearsmnn, want the pact ratified. ment in tho industry totals about Tho concern admitted Its inability- lowing Is tho list ot lodges and of Tyler; W. II. Balls, S. D.; Sherman This confirms predictions made 5250,000,000 and employment la giv to pay its debts and expressed willing riB gathered by Green, J. D.; Ed Danks and Sam when the Dail Elreanh adjourned Us en to abc-u-t 260,000 persons. fleers selected, ness to bo adjudged bankrupt. phon and otherwise: debato on tho treaty last Thursday Oroves, Stewards. Paul M. Turner, of New York, The proceedings wore brought by I Iiirt fortl Lodo No. 075. until January 3 that the recess would speaking for tho Actors' Equity As the Natioual City Bank of New York, Mcwuint Grovo Russell Walker, M.; J. A. Westor-flel- d, Chase National Bank of Now Yoi-lPleasant Grovo Lodge, No. 803, bring doflnlte expression of the peo- sociation,' testified that th,e idea that S.,W.; Lyman G. Darrett, Jr. W; choso the following for It's offlcors ple's will, and tho. view Is now put overybody connected with tho Indusand. Hathaway, Smith, Foldc & Comforward-tha- t C. M. Crowo, Secretary; J. H. Patton, during the. ensuing yJar: when tho Dail reassem- try made "big money" was erroneous; pany, with combined claims of $450,-00- 0, - Treasurer; J. V. Hagerman, Tyler; Milam, M.; Jack Wilson, S. bles the treaty will bo approved by a that 96 pe1" cent of thoso engaged in Jeff O. D. Caijson, Member F.Com.; A. C. B." Petty, W.; II. H. majority. which will make an appeal making Alms, received only "a living Edward H. Chllds was appointed m .' Porter, member D. ot C; E. II. Shef- W.; Jesse D.; Robert J. wage." Shreve, J. p.; to the country unnecessary. receiver under bond of $25,000. Grnnt, S. field, S. D.; J: T. Miller, Jr. D.; Alec Walter Wnlkor, Treas.; Everette Tho Morning Post's correspondent Tho company has plants ln TrenMr. Turner and John Emerson, an BIG FIGHT ON Bozarth and R. E. Duko Stewards. Secretary; A. B. Grant, Ty- Bays a rumor is afoot of a "posslblo Independent producer of Now York, ' INKUKLUXKLAN ton, N. J., Waterbu'ry, Conn., and Chicago. Heaver Dam. ler; Charles Pollard and Arthur Dal-to- again, this being taken to mean that speaking for himself and for D. W. Beaver Dam Lodgo No. 420, elected Tho petition for receiver, which set Stewards nnd Jack Petty, Chap- Eamon de Valor intends to announce .Griffith, urged a duty on Ilnported sensation' uorore tne uau meets fiim- - f frnm ko tn fin nnr rent art 170 Member Sign nnd appointed the following: T. E. lain. forth" that the concern had agencies Petition For Rc- -I McHenry withdrawal of his opposition In vIewVnlorem ln place t the 30 por cent Cooper, M.; J. M. Williams, S. W.; all over the United States and concelver In Atlanta Court; for the ,n th, p0rdney bill. They said thff Lodgo No. 800, solected of tho weight of opinion Mcllenry Ernest Martin, Jr. V.; C. P. Austin, trolled the Ingersoll Watch Company, Ticd-UFunds Treas.; Frank Barnes, Secretary; the following officers: Frank Allen, treaty, Ltd., of London, asserted that a comindustry was In bad shape with ma.iy Tho TIme3 sent a special correspon studios and a large numbor of the Cicero Rogers, Tyler; J. P. Williams, Jm.j Archlo Carnes, S. W.; Morris mittee of creditors appointed last May Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 28 Receiver- bad been supervising the busjness. S, D.; II. L. Rummage, Jr. D.; J. C. Reynolds, J. W.; Sam James, Secy.; dent to County Clare, tho Council of 18000' motion picture theaters over ship of all property, funds, documents which appealed to Mr. de Valera to tn0 country closed. McKlnney nnd Henry F. Hnzelrlgg, m. Chumley, Treas.; B. Y. The petition asserted also that and records of the Ku Klux Klan is claims totalling J. A. Leach, Latna Oldham ' son? Tyler; Walter Brown, S. D.; abandon Ills opposition. According $2,320,469 had been declaring that only a high-tarif- f sought in a petition filed today in the deposited and J. H.'Thomas Finance- - Committee. Jesse, Torrence, J. D. Others to bo to the correspondent, tho Council's lstood uetwen the industry and exwith this committee and action is Indorsed with prldo by a termination, Mr. Turner' declared Fulton Superior Court by 170 per- that a plan for reorganization ot the supplied. I'riednlitnd. sons describing themselves as "bona company vasfinajorlty of the people. Clare Is that at thIfJ tIme (itty-foGerman-know- n would be submitted to the Frlcdaland Lodgo, No. 8C3, choso county" from made plclureg were being exhibited ln fide members" of tho Klan. Tho pe- creditors. as "tho banner ' the following otticers: J. k. .Miner, Mjrxr TROOPS TO are headed by Harry B, Its having been tho traditional homo thJs colintry ami that four or five ot titioners Robert H. Ingersoll was tho ortgi- iti., i. n. ruiu, o. iv, u, i. uumuuii, political movements, among thea0 jjad yieided tho exhibitors' $2,- - Terrell Lloyd BHoopar F. W. At- Rccent tho dollar watch GO TO NEWPORT of Irish J.V.; W. R. Hoover, Treas.; G. J. ' thorn Daniel O'Connell's emunclpa-- l 500,000. American producers can Km ana a j. rauon, or., . V rovoHa ebovei ihal elnce i fa. Hoover, Secretary; II. D. Eldson, S." grand Soulins. of the famous cheap time- D.; J. H. Goff, J. D.; Claude Ford, Two More Compunles Will Be Sent To Hon campaign and Charles Stewart! not compet? with the Germans, he TTnAM flllrtf rW till nntlllnn -TttHnAl facturer ""BO.nl--. Darnell's land league struggle, and aM aUdtng that pictures which cost "U6 "' " 4i ,0 lV IIUfcVIUMI J "'VU TylC?; Claude Ford and K. C. Bycrs, 'l,WO nilUHlt U3 .ho Wonrh,.rv .V.IkI. .Scene Of .Mill Strike. John T. Pendleton, granted a its people regard the Council as hav-'.rojoqo.OOO to.$300.000 to produce down to the present time almost Flnanco Committee. ' injunction against the Klan, ' Newport, Ky., Dec. 27. rTwo moro ,nS Jived up to traditions. Centertown ln tnU 'country COuld bo made in rs3tralnlng the organization from dis- 100,000,000 had been sold. flfanuefiprl thn'flflAfl- -l , . TMirt rmnrlR .1 ., aaaa .iu ji.,- . ... Since its manufacture was startpd, uorraany lor koiu txv,vvv National Centortown Lodgo, No. 714, select- - companies of Kentucky posing" of any of Its property and however, the price of the dollar C. D. James, M.; Guards aro to bo ordered to Newport tlon with all ranks and classes ot 000. ed the following: from disbursing any moneys except "watch increased materially. people from the highest ecclesiastics with tho W. C. Evorly, S. W.J Will Vance, J. for duty, in connection Saul F Rogers of New York, for ordinary expense1', which It Is No reasons were ascribed for tho W.; T. H. Benton, Treas.; H. A. Ash- - slrlko at tho Newport Rolling Mills, to the lowest, menials and says that, 8peftklng f0r"the National Association , whllo he heard nothlnc ln disparage-- ! Ui. UlUilUU iU.UlO Tnjgre nnnnkaA stipulated, must not Include salaries company's financial difficulties. Ed- - Cal. H. H. Dejnhardt, commanding the by, Seoy.; Roscoe Bishop, S. m.j wrww. of officers and employes. Howard C. Smith, chairman of tho .gar Tooley, J. D.; E. M. Davis ana troops hero, announced late today, pent of Mr. de Valera, ho was assur - thQ duty Jn the Fordney bill, urging The petition further seeks the retelephone ed that from 70 to 80 por cent of tnat the present rate of three cents a Clyde Roark, Stewards; L. W. Igle-hea- following a creditors' committee, Issued tho folT of Edward Young Clarke, Im- lowing" statement: Tyler; J. A. Lawrence, T. H. conference With Gov. Edwin P Mor- - the country ravors tne treaty, 'ine f0Qt be retalned. He declared lhat moval kleagle of the Klan, and Mrs. minority he believed to bo mostly Lnlv.af W foreign films and those de perial The creditors' committee has apBenton and H. A. Ashby members Fi- row at Frankfort. Elizabeth Tyler, head of the propoga-tio- n plied nance Committee; L. D. Jackson, and Colonel Deuhart, in making the an- members of the Irish Republican ar- plctjng great spectacles had been suc-r- a for.thls bankruptcy for tho prodepartment,- both of whom are r Icossful ln this country. American nouncement, quoted Governor .Mortection of creditors and with view to J. A. Ashby, Marshal. to the suit. Tho Dublin correspondent ot tho producers ho testified, export films made reorganization. row as boinc "greatly surprised at Equality An additional feature ot the reTimes cites as evidence of the public iof many ot thelr productions. He Equality Lodge, No. 891, selected the lawless condition that exists ln support ot the-- treaty tho fact that a feared that a higher duty than that straining order is that the defendant the following officers: M. J. Ful- -, Newport," and as saying that ho LOUISVILLE MARKETS corporation and the two officers nampropo3ed would bring retaliatory II. D. Brown, S. W.; Ross tended to exhaust nil of the resources long letter fcpm Ersklne Chllders, ed ars prohibited from banishing, susnewspapers Satur-.'g-j, Morton, J. W.; Sion Kaylor, Secy.; of tho stato of Kentucky, it neces- published In the and damage th"e Industry pending, expelling or prosecuting midweek trado Tho Cattle the Clinton Iglehoart. Treas.; John Mor- sary, "to put an end to the reign df day, explaining and supporting the her0 brought out a moderate number. klan members whose names appear Some-llttleallegiance ascrlb-- l alternative oath of ton, S. D.; W. T. Lawrence, J. D.; terror that exists." An attack on the Eastman Kodak i activity was shown on tho ed to Mr. de Valera, attracted little Company featured the hearings. Mr. on tho petition as plaintiffs. Colonel Denhardt said: Marvin Wlthrow, Tyler; D. C. Olddesirable kinds and prices fully as wlz-zavvilll-.m feels very Interest. Moreover, It was regarded Governor Morrow ham nnd O. T. Klttlnger Stewards; Ado Ford, ot New WiHIam J. Simmons, imperial noti- good as Tuesday's trade, which of the Klan, was Informally s a breach of the agreement made York C0Unsel forHhe International up over tho Incidents much wrought Sam Wlthrow, Chaplain. ot the signing of the court or- showed advances over last week. with the before the'Dall rising that none ot pn cervice Company, Inc., Fred- - fied of Monday In connection Dundee heavy 'steers offered; medium today. Accompanied by several members would issue controver-'erJc- k n Codertrof New York, coun - der deposed, grand goblins, W. H. to good kinds sold steady. Best Dundoo Lodgo No. 733 selected strike, the attack on defenseless of tho W. D. j men who wore coming from the mills slal statements during tho recess and el f(jr pathe grange, inc., and oth- handy-weigfollowing officers: tho butchers found a good attorney for tho plaintiffs, S. W.; C A. on a peaceful mission that onded ln was interpreted as an Indication tnat er wttnessts charged that this com-d- e Terrell, Sproulo, M.; Joe Barret, call at full steady prices; medium and Valera's party is increasingly in monopoly, of the "raw" visited "Klaukrest," the home of .thei plainer kinds unchanged. t Uabors, J, W.; Foster Thomas S. D.; tho wounding of Capt. Roy Easle7 Good outwizard. Mr. Simmons .product, would bo able to con- imperial Mitchell, and tho cowardly assault on William fear ot defeat. Harry Woddlng, J. D.; J E. film let noted tor stockers and feeders of greeted the party affably and smiled Ono Killed in Belfast. g foreman at tho :Secy.; Claude Renfrow, 'freas.; trol tho motion picture industry it good quality; common traBhy. kinds Belfast, Dec. 27. One man was imnorts were shutr out. They conse- - when informed that the restraining less G. Barnard and E. F. Andrews Stoel Plant more than two son Cole, Tylor; active. squares away from the rolling mill.'' kllled and several wounded In a clash Luc:.Uy. oppo3cd the" 20 per cent ad order had' been granted. Formal Duke, Stewards. Calves Market active and values service of the court order was to be "Tho Stato ot Kentucky is prepar between a contabulary patrol and a vaiorem auty on "raw" films pro- VokNvIUo & 50c up. Best veals $10 down; memade later ln the day. Fordsvlllo Lodgo No, GOO, will havo ed to lake over the policing ot the en- - number or men in tne aiarrowuone posed ,n tha Fordney bill, common $24. January 28 was set as the date for dium county If It Is found necessary area today. Mr. do Ford asked the committee to .the following officers, to servo dur-jtlr- o Hogs Prices steady on all weights Investigate an agreement which he a hearing to determine whether the with a brisk demand from nil sources yeur: , e uuit ; 111 uiuor 10 urius uuuui ine rigni cuu ing tne ensuing temporary injunction shall be made J. AV. DUVALL DEAD said he believed the Eastman ComM.; Walter Burden, S. W.; II dltlon ot government," Colonel Don Smith, at $8.25; permanent, and whether tho receiver- Best hogs, all weights, pany 'had made with representatives J. Cooper, J. W.; J. D. Coopr, Secy.; hardt declared. throwouts $6.50 down. ship for the Klan shall be granted. Mr. J. W. Duvall, aged 60 He chargFilm Laboratories. me to "Tho governor directed Sheep and Lambs Trade generalJ3. G. Lanum, Treas.; H. P. Hart, S. i. and ,.10 months C, 3 days, died at hli of the ly steady. 9; D.; Ed Dunn, J. D.; Junius Lltsey, mnko his position clear to the people home in McHonry, at 9 o'clock a. m. ed, that, after tho laboratories had Best lambs at $8 . Jt W. FORD ENTERTAINS Tyler; C. P, Kesslnger and Sam Kirk, Lt .ivnjiutv, He is chagrined to Saturday, December 24, of h.'art opposedithe proposed duty on the Im ui v Seconds $5Q6; best fat sheep $2.50 ported films, the Eastman Company Other officers to bo sup- learn that local government has brokStewards. down; bucks $1.50 down. troublo, after an apparent Ulno.is of bought several laboratories as Mr. J. W. Ford entertained at his a plied. Tho Fordsvllle Lodg&onfer-ye- d en down(untll it has ceased to funcProduce. only a'few minutes. "club" to keep tho others in lino. home on Union Street, Tuesday evtho first degree and served supper tion. He intends to enforce respect Buying prices net to shipper, tho. ' Brlot services were held at tho Threatened with an iavasion of their onlng with an Informal dinner In hon- shipper paying freight, and drayago for law and order In Newport If It to its membprs.- home, after which tho remalus. wero flold, the witness said tho representa- or ot Mr.and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook, 1 Jell's Hun. tho entire military force of tho convoyed Tocharges aro: Cemetery, ljnlrvlew tives of the laboratories entered In- recently returned from Kobo, Japan. ' Eggs Candled 43c dozen. Joo Ellis Lodge choso the follow- stato to accomplish this result. was hold where'another short-servicto a written agreement among them- The guests Included Mr. and Mrs. Mc"Gunmou racing about the city of ing officers, others to be supplied: Poultry Hens, large 19c lb.; and burial tookplaca' on Monday. selves on last September 9 to use Henry Holbrook and llttlo son John small 14c lb.; large spring chickens cars shootUarl Norrls, M.; Rex King, S. W.; Newport In Mr. Duvall was knownto.th'ej.most only Amorlcan-mad- e Rowan, Mr. and Mrs. Henderson 14c lb.; small springers 2t)o lb.:, films, Ben Sharp. J. W-- ; J. L. Masslo, Treas. ing up the city are going to learn ot acquaintances as his Murphree, Owensboro; Mr. Leo King, roosters 8c lb,; ducks 17c lb.; young a. II. Patton, Secretary; Claude Jack- that they are out of commission and L"Buck" friends, and and was highly esteemed by Henderson; Miss Margaret" William- turkiys No. 1 35c lb.; geese 16c lb,; son, Tyler; Buck Sharp, S. D,; T. A. ropltltlons ot the outrages of MonTELEPHONE OPERATORS all with whom ho came In. contact. son, Earlington; Mr.' and Mrs. Rowan guineas, old $3 dozen; young $6. day will not be permitted. Taylor, J. D. Ho Is survived" by his widow, who was operator Holbrook. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. L. Cromwell "Soldiers ot tho state of Ken- formerly a Miss Cox, and ono son and Country Butter--Poun- d The nverngo telephone 19c Misses Leila Glenn and Wln-nl- o . Cromwell Lodge, No. 692,. choso tucky will bo sent to Nowportnnd two daughters, Luther Duvall of Mc- certainly has. our sympathy. They Grain Davis SImmerman, city. They and caRed-dowthe following officers: Charles W. very street will be patrolled lt lt is llenry and Mrs. E. G. Allen and Mrs. are called-u- p Current approximate buying nrlcos 11 get tho latter call too frequently nnd carload lots quoted by flour mills Porter, M.; Elmer Eldson, S. W.; j found necessary. Martini law may A. W. Llles, ot East St. Louis, III. MRS. HOLBROOK RECEIVES upon the least provocation. Stevens, J. W.; C. H. Rogers, bo declared at any tlmo now, for at times, Charles here: Is Tyler; R. C. Raines, Secy,; O. C. , thugs nnd outlaws nro not going to The girl nt the switch board Wheat New No. 2 rod $1.27. WaA CORRECTION gon wheat $1.22. from Amos, Trcag.; Roscoo Etnorey, s. u.; ,bo pormlttod to operate blamed for most everything, Mrs. Howan Holbrook gave a O. A. Shultz, J. D.; Warren Shields, The following prices ara quoted- In at her homo Wednesday afIn our issue of iast week we 'stated bad connection, due to worn attachCHRISTMAS TREES Chaplain. that the local High School B. B. ments, weak batterjes and' a haV-doz- ternoon, from three to four o'clock, carlots, ln bulk, track, Loulsvlllo. Roslno LARGELY ATTENDED team played a Madlsonvlllo Basket and Corn No. 2 white 56c; No. 2 yelother parties hanging on the ln honor of her daughters-in-laRoslne Lodge., No. 550, choso tho Ball team ln the latter place, etc W.e line you m.ay bo trying to use. Not daughter: Mrs. McHenry Holbrook, low 66c; No. 2 .mixed 55c, ' Each ot the local churches wero have been Informed that tho team was all oporators, always display a saint- recently returned from Kobe, Japan, Oats No. 2 white 41c; No. 3 following officers, several appointive Officers are yet to bo supplied: L. L. the scenes ot old fashioned Christmas in no wise representing tho local ly and angelic tomper, lt they did wo and Mrs. Harold T. Holbrook, whose white 39c. Embroy M.; Thomas Nix, S, W,; trees last Saturday evonlng. Excel- school and was not accompanied by certainly would suggest that they bo roarrlag'o .to Mr. Holbrook moro reMiss Cesna Shults who is teachGeorgo Wright, J. W.; Nathan Crow-do- r, lent programs were rendered by the any of the teachers or any represen- closely watched, because something cently occurred, and Mrs. Henderson ing in the schools of Straight Creek, Secretary; George W. Arm- llttlo ones and many presents were In tative of the faculty, although the would most certainly' be radically Murphree'of Owensboro. strong, Treasurer. Misses Mary Marks, Leila Glenn, Boll County, spent the holidays wlth-he- r v. . evldenco.' Santa had a big evening boys who played In the Madlsonvlllo wrong vIth themr They have tor parents. Prof. and. Mrs. Ozna., nnd was pronounced a "Good Fellow" game compose- - tho Hartford Hlh much to contend with, their provoca. Winnie Slmmermnn and Lureno ColIlockport Shults, near town, tlons are by far, greater and more! lins assisted the hostess. Jtockport Lodge No. 3i2, selected by all who attended. School quintette." v c Clo-mon, p. J, John-Slownr- ur '.oI m "f" ."'" .temporary !,., . .,.... I; . ,,,, ni,,.. rt, locg-dlstan- lw f-- ..,, rd Few-prim- e ht pipe-fittin- " $67; -- - e high-power- Slm-merm- , n. - en w -- rj - X r ' 'iI ..... . BRITISH KING IS POOR MAN nmnn In If . '- - "- -' - $?. Hulfl.at i 1! Forced To Sell Private Properties To Meet House hold Costs. - mnxo it tits mtstnoas." "Well," said Cannon, "that's too bad. I always liked Vail. Hubbard triod to sell mo name of that stock. I'm sorry ho got hold of a niro fellow llko Vnll." Lnter developments proved thai, tor onco in his long and plcfuresqu career "Unclo Joo" bad guessed wrong. " uiiiit BIG MAJORITY 3 v Females Of White Race Now Outnumber Men By Eleven Million?. London, Dcc.24. King George V. "Is a poor man and suffers moro from the severe economic conditions now prevailing than la generally realized. - Moft of the king's 'Income comes from crowiTlands and grants mado from the privy purse, In nil about $250,-00- 0 n year. Before the. war, despite the heavy demands on the royal purse, this income moro than sufficed; In fact, Queen Victoria, notorious now " for her parsimony, saved a fortune out of It and died leaving close on a million sterling. Since tho war, however, tho costs attached to the royal household hnvo quadrupled, and the Income from tho crown lands has been halved. The king can not let nny of his estate to American millionaires as hunting boxes; he must live In them and thus provide employment for tho few thousands of A rich man doslrous of cutting ex penses fires a few retainers and saves on the board and wages. Not so tho royal servants. For generations their families have served the rulers of Great Britain, and their children In generations to come will be expected to servo similarly, therefore any act depriving them of that Inherita thing unheard of. Royal ance-" servants are born, not made. Scotland; In Holyrood Palace, and Windsor Castle, Sandringham Buckingham Palace aro all establishments which carry a retinuo of servants and cost far moro than tho collective palaces of any millionaire. Yet none of these can bo disposed of. Then there are the costs of the members of his own family. Tho prince of Wales Is provided for, also the duke of York and Princess Mary. The duke gets $40,000 a year, but half of that goes in income tax, from which, unlike tho king and the prlnc of Wales, he has no exemption. So the royal clad has to unloosen a bit to his second son now and again. and Tho other two sons, Henry George, have practically to rub along on their own army and navy pay, respectively, helped along, no doubt, by a frequent remittance-- from the queen. The next big assault on the royal bankroll will be Princess Mary's dowry. Happily, she Is marrying' a very rich man, and the "dot' will ' therefore bs considerably smaller than would have been tho case had she selected some young Continental princeling as a spouse Nevertheless, the fortunate young bridegroom will not have a penniless bride, but one richly endowed and well Jeweled; all this, of course, means more Inroads into the klngs's already sadly overtaxed banking account. Undoubtedly tho king's expenses exceed his Income. Last year there was a big deficit, and the royal household was seriously exercised. Unliko tho kings of Great Britain, in tho past, who in such circumstances went to parliament for an extra grant from tho treasury. King George realized that the assessable qualities of his subjects were strain-d-tthe very utmo.t and decided to make ends meet by rigid household economies. Tho few private estates owned by the king which have been bequeathed to fc'.ni from purely private .sources have all been disposed of privately; the last of all, his estate in the Isle 'of Wight, is now in the hands of a real estate agent for sale by private treaty and has been for two months, but up to now there-habeen no offer. ... fr Should Bo Quarantined. o. i i I Many physicians believe that anyone who has a bad cold should bo .completely isolated to prevent other members of the family and associates from contracting the disease, as colds aro about as catching ns measles. One thing sure tho sooner one rids himself of a cold tho less tho dangor, and you will look a good while you find a better medicln than Chamborlaln'a Cough Remedy to aid you In curing a cold. in bo-fo- ro 'UNCLE JOE' SORRY WHEN TELEPHONE 'GOT' VAIL " When, at the ago of thirty-thro- e, Washington friends stood aghast, nmotig them "Unclo Joe" Cannon, according to Albort Blgelow Pnine in his now book "In Ono Man's Life." "Vail resigned his place"! he when told about his young friend's decision. "Wlml for?" "Why ho is going into that thing invented by Bell tho telephone that talks over a wire. He tins Invented rjteodore N. Vail loft tho Hallway Mall Servico to become manager of tho new Boll Telephone Company, his Condon, Dec. 24. Thero are approximately 11,000,000 moro femnles i of tho white race than males today, as compard with an excess of 4,000,-00- 0 boforo tho war, according to stai tistics Just made public here.' Tho All our skill, facilities, and lifelong knowledge of tho 4,000,000 excess was swollen by the war to nearly .three times Its former finest tobaccos arc concentrated on this one cigarette dimensions, and the greatest propor .CAMEL. tional Increase was In women i Into this ONE BRAND, wo put the utmost quality. tho ages of 20 and GO years. In another twenty years or so this Nothing is too good for Camels. They are as good as Breathless Visitor Doctor, can excess should practically disappear possible to make a cigarette. you help me? My name Is Jones by the action ot naturnl sex inDoctor No, I'm sorry; I simply crease o Camel QUALITY is always maintained at the same high, disturbing factor should can't do anything for that. Sydney occur. exclusive standard. You can always depend on the same Bulletin. Th problem then will not be" the mellow-mil- d refreshing smoothness the taste and rich. want of balance of tho sexes, but the flavor of choicest tobaccos vaud entiro freedom from pressure of population In the Old RAPS ANTI-SALOO- N cigaretty aftertaste. World, where, unless emigration LEAGUE AND KLAN takes on a more even sex flow, there And remember this! Camels como in 'one size package will still bo an excess of females, only 20 cigarettes just the right size to make the greatest Strikers Also Attacked By Columbus while in the New World tho opposite saving in production and packing. This saving goes condition will still prevail. Minister For Taking Law 3 straight into Camel Quality. That's one reason why you Ten years ago the only parts of Into Own Hands. Europe In which males were in a can get Camel Quality at so moderate a price. majority were the Balkan States, Columbus, O., Dec. 24. "The Bulgaria, Greece, Rumania, Serhla, Here's another. We put no useless fundamental secret of democracy is (and frills on the Camel package. No "extra, 1 an,d Luxr ii-- CT that no one is abovo the law," de- emburg. wrappers!" Nothing just for show! clared the Rev. Charles A. Alden, pasRussia and Great Britain. tor of the First Unlversallst Church Such things do not improve the smoko Every other country showed a here, recently In a sermon marked any more than premiums or coupons. And greater or lesser execs of femalesv n by an atack upon the Numerically It was greatest In Rustheir added cost must go onto the price League and the assailing of the Ku sia and In Great Britain, proportionor come out of tho quality. Klux Klan, striking miners and other Portugnl and Not way. organizations for trying to ''take the ately In One thing, and only one, is responsible Iceland,. Germany, Finland, Swelaw into their own hands." i for Camels great and" growing popularity den aTid Switzerland all showed a "The quotation: 'All men are cre persistent decline in the ratio of fe1 m mwm i i A'3IL'Zi!ti bs iSJBH that is CAMEL QUALITY. ated equal,' means that no man is i excess. allowed to take the law Into his ownl male .Austria-Hungar- y and 'he Neth-- J In hands," continued the Rev. Dr. Alerland3 a sharp itse from 13K0 to den. to 'IjIU ' Yoiaaif n L'eague has 1890 was followed by a fall "Even' the 1 while in Scotland u market fall in no such authority," he asserted, comwas followed period lSSl-tS0- l mending the Supreme Court for re- the by a less marked rls-- j o in J '. fusing to recognize tho right of ofEncland am i.rs Belgium Den-ficers to unwarranted searching of mark. France. Italy. Norway, Portuhomes in the attempt to enforce tho Spii-- i all showed howover. a Eighteenth Amendment to the United gal Tind persistent rise in the proportion of States constitution. population. . R.J.REYNOLDSTOBACCOCO,Wlatcm-SUm,N.C"It is idle to .talk of enforcing the i females in the Disproportionate Increase. Eighteenth Amendment by breaking Practically all tho countries which the fourth amndment. If the Eighhad. an excess in 1911 will show nn teenth Amendment can not be enexcess in 1321, and erate in Russia until the government SACCO DENIFD forced without breaking personal Increase of that DOUBLE POWER IS in many cases, notably Germany, stops me activities ot me uncica, or and property rights already guaranAustria-Hungar- y and BelSEEN IN RUSSIA secret service, which he insists is ANOTHER TRIAL teed, then there is conflict between France, gium, this increase will be in consestronger than the central governthe amendment and the constitution. quence of the war, an entirely dis- Secret "As it stood the Supreme Court de Sen Ice Is Declared More ment, with which concessions arc ne- Companion Given Similar DccWon, one. Italyjuay not be gotiated. clined to recognizo It. Most ot us are proportionate Powerful Than Central . Get Death .Sentence as Would (.therm's?: The Chcka always has had an Imglad ot this decision. It is unwise so much affected Government. many Italians reportant part In directing foreign leadership that reopens the debate." be the case, as so Dcdbam, Mass., Dec. 24. Motions turned from America to enroll, but trade arrangements. Many commisMoscow, Dec. 24. Nineteen hunpresuma-ol- y even then the Increase will for a now trial ot Nicola Sacco-an- d sioners selected by tho Foreign Trade dred and twenty-on- e has been a year Council have not been permitted be a very large one. to Bartolomco Vanzctti on grounds ot ex-cof diplomatic and economic battling Further, it is probable tha' tho leave Russia. Foreigners are unablo Insufficient evidence and on techniot males in the Balkan States for soviet Russia. It brought tho to understand tho relations between calities ot law wcra denied today by abandonment ot the government mo- the Cheka, which operates under Judge Wester Thayer. Tho. court will have completely disappeared. Altogether the figures show an ex- nopoly of domestic trading and grad- Umsllcht, and the central announced tho ruling at a hearing on cess of females among tho white ual reversion to capitalistic methods, government. It is not clear whether a supplementary motion for a now races of some 11,000,000 at the pres- tempered in such a way as to prevent there is a dual government, or trial based on alleged improprieties By JONATHAN BRACE ent time and make it clear that the dangerous splits in tho small Com- whether tho men who aro generally in tho jury room. XL. MONTANA emigration of women can not br'ng munistic group which dominates tho recognized as heads of the govern Judge Thayer went into a lengthy about a balance of the aexts ae far as government. But the trade for-19THE o n ot circumstances ot tho ment use tho Cheka and thus avoid rehearsal e gp2 has been many times what it was in those races are concerned. direct blame for acts which meet with crime, tha killing ot a paymaster and hisMontana It is true that in" Europe a largo 1920, and the reopening of .shops on public disapproval. his guard for which the men wero tory immediproportion of the excels "of women the old capitalistic basis has afforded Official figures for the foreign found guilty of murder in .the first ately brings shown, at agps over an opportunity to sell in a legal way trade ot Russia during tho first nino degree. He said no jury had ever was, as. to mind the manufactured articles which are in months of this year show that tho beei selected with greater care and 60 and that in America the preponMasCuster i sacre as ono derance of males obtains thruout life. great demand. exports totaled roughly 100,000 that it had been carefully safeguarded Hampered by the triple desire to of the most drnmutlc incidents But the proportion In Europo has Ho detons. These exports were chlofly raw from all outside influences. In Indian warfare. It occurred materially fallen thru the war, and it "establish trade relations with Impor materials or partly manufactured ar clared tho function of tho court was 1870, the Centennial year, powers, to protect the in is doubtful whether of the estimated tant foreign ticles, such as timber, railway ties. to preside at the trial, to rulo on tho when special emphasis was be5,000,000 excess males in America Third Internationale, whose head- leathor, fur, tar, bristles, hair, as- admissibility of evidence and to ing laid on tho cause of peaco quarters are in Russia, and to hold millions moro than four and one-haThlrty-thrc- o charge the "jury, declaring that Inbestos and grnphlto. throughout the world. Tho are between the ages of 20 and0 CO, the Communistic party in Russia In- per cent of the- exports went to Eng- stances on whjch a Judgo was JustiSioux Indians had been driven tact, Lenlne and his associates were as an offset against the 13,000-00per cent, chiefly fied in disturbing a Jury' verdict were gold miners, land. Forty-si- x into Montann by the ' women at those ages in Eu in a precarious situation even boforo wood and ax, went to Latvia for ex- rare. excess und the United States go emwidespread portation to the drought produced rope. inent took steps to force them Tho various countries. Taking up the questions of Idci.tl back Into their reservations. GenNature, we are" told, will right the famine 1 ntho Volga area. value of goods oxportcd from abroad flcatlon of Sacco and VanzettI, ot Country Is Bare. - but this, e,von if 300 eral Custer, with less than balance In time,from January 1 until August 31 was whether tho bullot in the body of men, set out to round up tho, Krassine managed to negotiate about $1."10 000. true, does not help to solve the pres Alessandro Berardcdo, the paymastribes; which were on the warent problem. And it Is worth uhlln trade agreements with England, Gerter's gttnrd, was fired from the pispath, and nt the Little Bighorn many and several minor powers, but asking: Is it true? river, was ambushed by Slttiug Wheezing In the lungs indicates tol of Sacco, of tho Identification o( foreign trade commissions which the Bull and 3,000 warriors. Custer came to Russia failed to find the that phlegm Is obstructing tho air tho touring car in which the pay-ro- ll , and all his troopers were killed. large supplies which Bolshevist lead- passages. Ballard's Horehound Sy- bandits escaped, nnd several Soon after this maSsacre the Intho court said theso wore rup loo3e:i3 tho phlegm so that It can ers had heralded thruout tho world. FOR FLETCHER'S dians were defeated and many JuThe concession plan which Kr.iss'.no bo coughed up and ejected. Trlco matters of evidence on which the of them lied to Canada. I 30c, GOc and $1.20. Sold by Ohio' ry alono was capable of passing. and his associates had dovibcd uid Mot Gold was discovered In MonOn tho question ot consciousness of in Confi- County Drug Co. appeal to foreign Investors. d tann ns early as 1852 by the guilt, thd court said such consideralackfng.Old'owners had no Francois Flnlay near Hell GIANT CABLE SPANS dence was tions wero always odmlssable. Gate rler. This, however, creRIVER AT DKTRQIT desire to Invest moro Wnoyn facto-ri- WOLV IS KILLED ON In this connection, ho said, thsated Uftlo stir and It wasn't unwhich had beeft taken away from LOS ANGELES STREETS til five years later when John had contended that Sacco and A now telephone cable across tho (hem ana other foreigners could not SUvcrthom discovered gold In VnnzottI, bolng radicals, wero afraid connecting that city be Induced to tnko factories whose Detroit River, Los Angelas, liec. 2J. A big game of 'deportation quautitlcs, that mining settleand that their conduct with Windsor, Ont recently put in title was clouded. ments sprang up In tho" mounhunt within tho city limits ot Los was traccablo to this fact. operation, Is said to be tho largest in' government lucked AnpolPH wa-- j remiltJ when Albert The Bolshovist tains. This region bad been part "Wercjthe defendants consclcously tho world. It contains 40& pairs of tho gold necessary to buy bread and Barral made nppiliatlon to tne counof Nebraska territory, which In wires, Is three and govern- ty, game warden Lir a bount;" on a guilty of tho murdor"of tho 1803 was subdivided and became could not find creditors. Tho and his guard, or wero thoy u portioned! Idaho territory. Tho inches In diameter, 3,000 feet long ment announced it would make im- wild wolf ho shot and killed while the next year It was organized us and weighs 50,870 pounds. . port and export business possible for animal was prowling in the vicinity afraid of borng deported," ho said. tho separate Territory of MonThe use of this cable will permit Individuals and corporations, under ot tho new Los Angeles High School "Thatvwas n matterof evidence- for tana. direct trunk lino connection, between government control. This belated building. Tho wolf measured four tho Jury alone to decide." Virginia City was tho capital i sixteen contral offices. It will also statement camo in October. Com- and a halt feet from Iho tip ot its und here In 1805 was Issued tho carry 600 conversations simultane- missions aro working out customs noso to the end of its tail and weighChamberlain's Tablets. Montuna Post, tho tlrst newspaously. tariffs, and 1922 probably will soo a ed approximately 1C0 pouuds. per of the state. In 1874 tho The laying of the cable is In antici- far larger export trade if Those tablets are intended especialcapitul was changed to Helena The disappearance oi chickens, pation ot Detroit's tolophono needs tho govornmont makes good its pro- dogs and "other small nnlmulri-froly for Indigestion and constipation. und ten years later a state conup to 2,000,000 population. stitution was udop.ed. The state mise to release its grip on foreign bu- homes in the vicinity led to tho pur- They tone up thetomach and onabio was not taken into tho Union, siness. It to perform Its functions naturally. wolf. suit and killing ot-thowever, until 1889. Cbekn Poweiful. Jones (freshman) For a change They act gontly on tha liver and mm Montana comes from the SpanI studied a little last night, I think LeSU Uerquhart, a Brltls'h mining has had an bowols, thereby restoring tho stomish adjectlvo meaning "moungrowth removed from his ach and bowols to a healthy condl-tfo- n. it's a good Idoa for a follow to study man, who attempted to obtain conW0,O90 tainous." Its area Is once In a while, don't you? cessions to work the mining proper- head. - Whon you feel dull, stupid and squaro miles, making it tho third Smith ntnn frnnMVAa T An' T ties which ho controlled in Russia bo- Jinks Poor follow; was it constipated, give them a trial. Ypu largest state of the Union. couldn't got a date last night, either, yore the Bolshevist regime, said it ( by McClur Newippr Syndicate) are cortaln to be pleased with thMr Syracuse Herald. would be impossible fpr him to op- Ha Binks No; only a hair-cu- t. effect. rp-plie- Surgeons ngreo that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the first treatment Is most Important. d When an efficient antiseptic is promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal nt once. For use on man or beast, Borozono Is the Ideal antiseptic nn'd healing agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Prico 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold "by m Ohio County Drug Co. ONE BRAND ONE QUALITY One Size Package it's i if-n- Bos,nla-Herzegovln- a) Anti-saloo- WkJA i in i m&?virm iS&Ser Anti-Saloo- H T5 ss The Story of Our States ' of-th- has-bee- n lf i j. -- ' Children Cry other-questions- CASTO RA half-bree- ej so five-eight- pay-mast- -- and-impo- m Blnks-t-nillfu- zz s? but tho following list of lengths of Phalsbourg." Bolo, it will bo . tho principal rivers of tho World has BEFORE HEALTH was executed as a traitor been compiled by tho United States on April 17 1918. WAY PREPARE!" Geological Survey, Department of tho BREAKS DOWN Aftor tho usual Interval Interior, from varloua'sourccs and is required to get a tclephono connecprobably ns. nearly accurate as any tion in .Paris, or to find out why it other to be had, Tho United Htatcs cannot bo obtained, roquest for this Don't Ccaso Manufacture Of has tho distinction of containing Wise People Take number brings a response the truthPepto-Mangan- ,. Poison Fumes, British -within Us borders the longest river fulness of which the calling sub-- . system In tho world tho Mississippi-.Missour- i. Bcrlbcr Is nover disposed to doubt. Expert Warns. the Blood Builder "Ho Distances given In oven doesn't answer," the operator hundreds of miles aro approximate: solemnly reports. Miles London, Dec. 24. Instead of The prevention of sickness Is one' Mississippi (United Stntes from THIS IS RATHER UPSETTING xlbo Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been their war chemical plants, extreme source 2,486 of the greatest works of tho public, in use lor over over 30 years, has borne tho signature of tho world powers should devdlop to Missouri (United Stntos from. , health authorities. People aro beA fnrmor was sawing, wood when It ana nas oeea made under hi3 pcr- .tho greatest extent their ability to ing tnught how to' take care of their cxtrome sourcp 4... 2, 945 occurred to him that he ought to Ijavo sonai supervision since Its infancy.- pPr produce dyestuffs and poison gas. bodies so that they can avoid sickMIsslsslppl-MlEsou(XT. 8.). ..4,221 the help of one or more of his five If they do not they face extermi- Nllo (Africa 4,000 ness. In schools children are being boys. Lifting up his voice, he callAll Counterfeits, Imitations and " are but nation In tho gas clouds of another Amazon "(Brazil) . taught hygiene. Serious Illness can . .3,900 Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of boy appeared. At dln- ed; but not a grent war In which poison gas will he Ob (Siberia) 3,200 bo avoided by proper caro of the. ,ncr, of course, .they all appeared; and Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. tho most important medium of of- Yangtzo-Klnn- g (Ch'lna) . . . . ;.3,100 health. Palo faces, sickly bodies, loss It was hot necessnry to call them. fense. I .2,000 of uppetlta and sleop, headaches and Amur (China) "Where wero you all about two That's tho belief of MaJ. Victor of Castona is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Kongo (Africa) 2,900 nervousness are usually signs hourso ago when' I wnnted you and expressed in n book ho has Vcnlscl (Siberia) Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains 2,800 wenk blood. With poor blood, tho shouted for you?" just brought out. neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Hwang (Yellow) (China) .,..2,700 body has no resistance. was In the shop settln' tho saw," "I Lefobur& is England's greatest au- Lena (Siberia) age Is ita guarantee. For more than thirty years it baa Dlsense germs have nn easy tlmo 2. COO said one. thority on chomlcal warfare He Murray-Dnrlln- g teen In constant use for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, (Australia) . .2.310 of it. People are learning the ne"And I was In the barn settln' n "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fcverishness arising served with a gas unit on tho British Yukon, Alaskasand Canada ( 2.300 cessity of keeping blood In good conhen," sa(d tho second. front In Franco. Later he was Brittherefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids dition. They tnlfo Gude's Pepto-Mangt "I was in grandma's room settln' ish chomlcal warfnro lalson officer. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. when they feel run down. Deep-seate- d coughs that resist orThe Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. Ills statement is directly oposed dinary remedies require both exter- That kecp3 blood normal so that It tho clock," said tho third. "I- - was In the garret settln tho to tho recommendation of the Ameri- nal and treatment. If you can resist disease. It is sold In both ,trap," said the fourth. internal can advisory commlttoo at the "Wash- buy a dollar Tjottlo of Ballard's Hoio-houn- liquid and tablet form at drug stores. "You"-ara wonderful set," re la ENUEME H' Mfc ington arms conference that tho manAdvertisement. 'Syrup you get the two rememarked the farmer. "And where were at ufacture of. poison gns bo prohibited. dies yoti need for tho prlco of on 2 fBcars the Signatui you?" he continued, turning to the "National safety demands strong There Is n Herrlck's Red Pepper Por- KANSAS FARMERS ENGAGE youngest. , Lefe-bur- e AYOLFTHUNT IX OLD-TIM- E organic chomlcal Industries," ous Plaster for the chest, frca with "I was on the doorstep, settln' says. each bottle, gold by Ohio County "V Parsons, Kan., Dec. 24. For tho L811'"'" Cnn't Bo Prohibited. m Drug Co. years farm-sr- s first tlmo in twenty-fiv- e "No convention, guarantee or dis"Why do you occupy two seats?" of Southeastern Kansas are planarmament safeguard will prevent an ning to hold an wolf asked the stranger. unschupulous enemy from uslnK poi- BRITAIN ORDERS "To even things up," answered tho son gn. - SHIPS TJD EGYPT hunt. A mobilization call for Christmas grumpy man. "Half the time I don't "Especially if that enemy has dis get nny seat at all." Toledo Blade. covered some now powerful agent or XtitloiinlM I.ndcr Refuses To Leave Day haft gone out among the farmers Kind You Have : ' a of Labette County-- , and it Is expected possesses a rend jiiisuim uf producFond Mamma Here's a photo Cnlro, ItlotH Follow. I CENTAUW COMPANV, NKW VOMK CITY. that upward of 100'men Will take graph of my little boy when ho was a ing such chemical nt a moment's part In the hunt. notice. baby, and I want you to make one of Manila, Dec. 23. Two .British For some tlmo past Jho wolves "Our cheinicul lndu'stry should bo warships have received orders, to hhn as- - he is now. d emergency have boon making way with lots of developed so that when an Photographer But haven't you 'Other live stock and fowls In this vicinity. to Egypt immediately. develops wc shall havo the necessary unlfF of tho British' Mediterranean' Tho farmers declare that It Is high brought him with you? facilities for supply nt hand." Fond 'Mamma No, I thought you fleet are under ordcra to lcavo at time to call. a halt on the' depredations Lofobure points to gas ns tho logicould make an enlargement fr6ir? , tho shortest, notice. of ll030 night marauders. SoveralJ cal offensive medium of future wars. Galrq, Egypt, Doc. 23. Carlo farmers havo reported that they havo this. ' y Gao almost' had superceded urlstltd .vlth piTUce and trops to- seon gray timber wolves .stalking tho closcof ths World War, Mother What arc you dohig Jim? says. In 19 IS German gun! night, and airplanes circled over the around. Lafobure mother. delta of tho Nile, following-disturbanc- es Traps have been use"d extensively wero firing 50 per cent gas and 5,0 Mother My, Jiut you: are getting In connection with tho forcible to cijtcli the beasts, but without any per cent high explosives, like your father. removal to Suez early today of Said marked results. The Hartford Republican has made a special Tho disarmament of Ocrmony has Zagloul Pasha, a nationalist lender, The new maid was entirely make Iron a Joke, the British espert. de- by ths authorities. His removal came clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Catarrhal Deafness Cannot Be Cured shift, nnd the mistress bore with clares. Germany has been deprived as a result of his rofusal to obey. an by local application!, as they cannot reach her patiently at first. But on tho third Appeal by which we will furnisWboth papers for one only of. her small arms and artillery tho car. Tljcre order issued by tho military ajithori-tie- -' the 4lea8oY portion of catarrhal deafness,la day sho placed a very unclean dinner-plat- e snly one way to cure year for the low price of her gas facilities remain. followers and that It by a constitutional remedy. on, tho tableland patlenc? broke an firman gas during tho World War cease all ho nndhfe chief pnd leave Catarrhal Deafness Is caused bylining In' named condition of the mucous of political activity i,v tin intercssonco- ...- "Really, Mary," you might at the eustachian Tube. ii.i When this tube la. down. Inflamed you have a rumbllnc sound or 'melxjchaft, a vast combine Df chemical Cnlro. licarlnc. and when It Is uitlrelv least see that the plates are clean." destruction closed. Deafness Is the result. Unless Ihe Altho much wanton Well, mum," Mary rejoined, "I factories. Inflammation can be reduced and the rtttored t0 ltg norntal condition, this tube hearlnit war that combine still occurred UUring IU? Uisiuruaiicu, Inco tho will be destroyed forever. Many cases of owns to"them thumb prints, but that oxbV and its ability to produce gas authorities claim tnat tno incident deafness are caused byor catarrh, whichsur-Is dried mustard was there when I and that an innamea condition tno mucous past. The lis .rolotlvely-unimporta- nt The Commereail Appeal is one of the largest faces. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru come." Is ns great ns It was in theflourishing the situation need n'ot bo regardod the blood on the mucous surfaces of tho ) system. factories themselves" are and best papers in the South and-w- e hope to receive with 'particular anxiety. The disWe will give One Hundred" Dollars for PARTY'S AIM TO off peaco time, dye trade. case appear to have been con- any cured of Catarrhal Deafness that cannot turbances many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Cirbe. OVEUTHHOW GOVERNMENT 70c - fined to Cairo and reports tonight culars free. J. All Druggists. CO.. Toledo, O. Splendid Cough Medicineseventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in F. CHENET & were that everything was quiet" In the Now York, Dec. 24. With a poyour subscription now. Don't delay. PATH Bit SHOOK HAND liceman's billy doing, duty as the "As I feel that every frnily should neighboring provinces. Six of Zagloul's supportors were medicine OP SON'S SLAYKIl chairman's gavel, the Workers' Par-- , know what a splendid charge-o- f refusing to ty of America was born here today Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, I arrested on the s, Chicago, " Dec 23. Clyde. am only too pleased to relnto my ex- obey the same order to return to and dedicated to the overthrow of, the of Hammond, Ind., who with a present government and the substiporienco and only wish that I had their home villages. Two demonlike the poor you will always 'have years ago," strarorsvcro killed during the dis companion last night kidnapped Mrs, tution of the "American-worker- s' PUSSYFOOT SAYS reknown of its merits with you." James J.Callahanf wife of the for- public." Clay Fry, Ferguson Sta- - turbances by rifle shots. . writes Mrs. HE LOVES LIQUOR "Merry Xmas Pussyfoot," said the mer manager of the White Sox club, Self-styl-- tln, Mo. revolutionary radicals "I give it to my children reporters as they arose in a body? 1 and other members of an auto'mobila from all. parts of the United States when they show the slightest symp AT 10 .MAN STARTS "Merry Xmas to you," said PusDry Advocate, Qualifies By Citing OUT TO SKE WOULD party, was today partly Identified as toms of being croupy, nnd when I attended the organization massmeet-ln- g syfoot dryly. Biblical Phrase "Love tho masked bandit who last Tuesday cough or col.l on tho lungs a havo a and then opened the party's first Ypur Enemies." Paris, Dec. C. A modern Methu- night robbed passengers on a Baltivery few do3os wlU relieve me, and Sickly children need. White's Cream A """"""' -- """ a few days I soon selah, reputed to be the oldest man more and Ohio passenger train as it they by taking it for The 146 delegates anounced 'New York, Dec. 23. Wiiluun E. Vermifuge. It - not only destroys on earth, has started out to see the was leaving Chicago. m get rid of the cold." would commence being revolutionary world before ho gets "too old to trav("Pussyfoot") Johnson Ibreezed Into worms, if there be any, but it acts Tlmmons' companion, .Earl Tlm-mo- by working all day tomorrow as a strengthening tonic in the stotown today on the Adriatic and took el." "Zora Mohmed, 14 G years old, of of Chicago, a cousin, was shot Christmas and scheduled committee GERMS PASS THROUGH mach and bowels. Price 35c per botParis, ?.nd killed by a policeman after a meetings CISTERN FILTERS Constantinople, has arrived in for the morning and for the a bucking taxi to the offices of the tle. Sold by Ohio County Drug" n League, where, along toZora," who has been working protty chanso after the Callahan car. afternoon, the second session of .the Company. m years, Is in exward the dusk hour ho acted as host Alfred Tfmraons, a Chicago veteri convention. Cistern water that Is used for consistently for 140 mm flock of dry reporters, recount "PERSHING CAP" GETS with cellent health and boasts of being nary surgeon, at the Inquest today- drinking should be gathered, Aftor preliminary organization was toa weight. d dlontlfled the dead man ns his son. effected, Jjames P. Cannon, of Kan- - lug snappy stories of India, picked up groat care, Proporly constructed cis- able to carry n WAR CHIEF'S APPROVAL paZora produces Identification As he stepped from tho witness chair sas City, wielding the billy as pre- In his recent four months' tour In terns that receive rain water from prove he was born In 1775, after testifying, he walked to the po- siding officer, said tho- - party should behalf, of the gospel of suppression pers' to Dec, Washington, 24. A new Toofs generally afford good drinkto his closest competi- liceman who had shot his son, begin by fighting more and talking of navy blue jim jams and the face stylo in headgear for army officers, ing water, but water of doubtful qu- and he refers Sioux Inonthe barroom floor. his hand and said: "I never less. designed by tho quartermaster generality that Is stored In cisterns Is .of tor for longevity honors, a aged 137 red During the course a use. Ac- dian in the United States, thought I would shako the hand of Almost Immediately several deleal and known In the. army as the courso not snfe for domestic. has a tho map who killed- - my son," he said, gates cording to the United States Geologi- yerfrs, as a "mere boy". Zora acted upon tho suggestion. They porter with nn inquiring mind asked Fershing cap," has been approved In son 95 years old and he has so many "but if ever a killing was justified were ejected from the convention hall "Pussyfoot" If he liked hooch. by Secretary Weeks. cal Survey, Department of the - "Sure I like it," said Pussyfoot, ago lost this one was. You merely did your Specifications for the manufacture after a verbal and .fistic exchange. terior, niost of tho filters that are us descendants that he long duty and, after all, it is better for iny Mr. Cannon then declared he would smacking his lips, remlhlscehtly. of he cap 'issued today shows It to cisterns do not count. ed In conectlon-wit- h Tho aged Turk is a skeptlc'qn the boy." listen to "no one who talkfid anything "Why not? I love it. But that in conform in color and material to the "remove thauerras of disease, though Having tried m the paper; say that Pussyfoot Johnson- style now in use, but to be of con clear, and subject of matrimony. but unity." they mny mako the water times, he says he. Threads of gold, used- In India for he loves whisky for does siderables difference In size and sUnpe.t A group of six men at a tabja la -says npparontly safe. Many cisterns aro the experience four compartments by speaks with-- a certain amount of au- making laca a'ro so fine that 1,000 one corner of the hall made all the not the Holy Scripture place on us The visor Is longer and? extends divided Into two yards wolgh onlyt one ounce nominations for committees "on be tho Injunction, 'Love thy enemy?" further from tho forehead with a a brick wall, the water being admit- thority. shaking his "Women," said Zora, On Wagon For Fifteen Year slope of 55 degrees from tho vortical. half of tho American Labor Alliance ted into one compartment and pumpbitterly, "women, they may BOLO VACUA IN DIHEOTOKY "Does loving your enemy consist In The top is an inch broader with tho and the Workers' Council." Of the ed or drawn from the other .after It head BUT.DO ES NOT ANSWEIl CALL rosy dawn but o seom as sweet hs tho represented trying to put him out of business?" slack cloth crown and is slightly 146 delegntes ninety-fou- r has passed through the wall. Tho verily they are more often like higher than that of the cap now bethe former organization and thirteen Pussyfoot was askQd. of tho water through the brick "evParis nover takes anything short the only by a rosy exHe flared his famous low-cu- t, ing worn. latter. Their slatea.were acceptimproves it In clearness and color thorns, hidden of a world war with absolute seriousening dress emlle, and went on to exed without discussion. bat not generally In sanitary quality, terior." , .. ness,- and even the epochal appear, plain that he "went on the wagon" ., Heartburn Is a symptom of Indi ance of a new telophono directory has SLAYER OF TWO MEN GKHMAN HUNTING IUKLER . fifteen years ago. gestion. Take a dose of Herblno'ln given the wags of tho French capltol ..CONFISCATED BY AM-IES- J In the last decade and a half,-hKKNTENGEU TO DEATH such cases. The pain disappears In FLETCHER'S a cue to poko a little harmless fun at FOR says, he hasn't tasted liquor. Ho stantly. The bowels operate speodl- - ' Berlln, Dec. 23. Nine thousand tho keepers of,telophone archives. Chicago, Dec, 23. Harvey Church, says he cannot remember the name ly and you feel fine, vigorous and j hunting rifles, valued at 7,000,0,00 Tho French learned" many things charged with the murder of two au- of the town where ho bad his last cheerful. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio GREATEST RIVERS THE marks .said to havo been purchased by frqm their American associates dur- tomobile salesmen, was found guilty drink nor whether he took a high- County Drug Ca. m an American, wero confiscated 'at ing the war," but efficiency in com- - this mqrnlng and sentenced to death. ball or a whisky straight. "If you went back to that town THOUSAND CHRISTMAS Church "killed Carl Asmus and Berla tho 'development of a ne.w Munich by the Entenlo disarmament Piling tole'phono directories was ,on tho .arrival, of thejparently not onei of thorn. A verlta- - nard Daugherty, when thoy delivered and. tok another drink there today." country tho early settlers invariably TURKEYS BURN UP e blo army of subscribers, no a car which he had arranged to buy. said the reporter, "you'd never recog- Lowell, Mass., Dejc7. 23, Turkeys follow the rivers from tho' coast. are of- - tho were shipped frqm Holland, altho longer available by telephone, appears nlzo tho old stuff." for a thousand families wre ron'sted The inland waterways Tho new maid, under the direc It in the "revised" edition whlch has importance to the welfare of the sale wa3 not consummated, Prohibition Is Llko Prior. highest prematurely by n fire in the cellar of tion' of her mistress, was washing a . "They tell mo tho quality is pretty the Lowell Public Market today. The a country, for they aid In the de- Is stated that the American, whose Just been distributed. Some of the "subscribers" aro not valuable pitcher. Once it low," said Pussyfoot. velopment of unsettlod areas and ma- name has not been given, intends .to loss was estimated at 550,000. '' "That's your fault," said the newsterially reduce the expense for trans- demand the property thru tho Amer- only beyond reach of tho Paris cen- slipped out of her hands, but, fortutral operators, but cannot be" located nately, did not- smash. The second paper man. "Henh, conductah,"-yelle- d the Inportation of the necessities of Hfo. ican consular authorities. by any other known moans of com- time It was shattered Into bits. "Dear may not bo navl-oi- ,i "I did "the best I could," replied furiated Southerner, "that was my Even tho a stream "Is your .husband having any luck munication, with the possible excep- mo," exclaimed the owner station, suhl Why didn't you stop 'and he. fnr nnv craft -- larger than a tion uf tho faithful oulja board. guiding lino with his garden?" that's twlco you dropped It in tlvo "Do you think Prohibition will theah, suh?" canoo.'it may servo ns a Purls, ftiuiuakers have been calling minutes.' "01. ,CB. he ot a sunstroke and I "We .hi first exnloror. don't stop thero no more,-'- ' ever return to the Unlted;SlateS?'' V. i nwiiu mauiuuyv.. I unuie Jiunioor wnicu corrosponua to "I kuov it, mum," said tho maid, - ''Prohibition' said Pussyfoot, in a said tho conductor. "The Unglneah's Thore aro comparatively few rivers cohobh uTrcthscrlpt. to the listnlns Vllplo Pacha, Itue de;"but it 4!du''j uf'eak the first tlmo.'' lachrymose tromulq, "prohibition,. mad with the ttattoa agdn..",' uoso exact lengths nro knowu, Denton t WAR IS ON ten-minu- te 'm Children Cry for Fletcher's - ri ... Just-us-go- od o, ..... What Is CASTOR A ' d iT ALWAYS -- , la Use For Over 30 .Years The Always Bought pro-coe- nrtil-lcryb- Jlm-Nothl- ng, . t't -- I 4JL.j& - NEAV-BOIt- N - ' ' Tlm-mon- ' '' -- ns Anti-saloo- 200-poun- ed thin-legge- ' - - pas-sag- -- r- Ohildren Cry OASTO R A "" one-tim- -- -- cut-gla- ss - r. tv . ' . - 1 u,, ... J, publication ought to bo. Wo need tho help of every friend upon our list. Wo need and desire more n-friends. Our supreme desiro Is I'ubllshcd Weekly by to live, nnd while living do alt JLARTFOIID PltlNTlNG COJIPANY we can all the ttmo for all the Incorporated people of Ohio County. Again, please accept our thanks for whatover you W.1 8. TINSLKY, Editor ma havo dono for the advancement and BusIucm Malinger. of tho Interest of the Republican during the past and our sincere wishes Entered According to law at tha that tho year 1922 may bring to all Postoffico, Hartford, Ky., as uall a full measure in health, happiness SMttor of tbo second class. and store. e Hartford Republican --6 The Serial SupremeIn 15 enthralling,blood tingling episodes of sensational mysteries exposed patro- the-goo- ' Shown every week at STAR THEATRE, Hartford, Ky. COAL-MIN- E "The Fatal Sign" WAGE -- Address 'The all communications Hartford Republican. to KENTUCKY OIIj RESERVE 01,00.1,000 UAHKKL3 Dec. 28. Kentuc ky's known reserves, of crude petro- tj ' ' erty' spcnl Xmas ovo w,th Mrs stov- of the Belknap Hardwaro Co'., of SAYS ROADS TRY Louisville, spent tho holidays with en8' Parents Mr. C. E. Crowder and MEETING IS OFF his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Jones. TO WIN FARMERS ' family. leum total approximately 94,963,000 Miss Gnrnett Young, who is teachMr. Q. W. Hohclmer has purchasbarrels, according to estimates prepared by Dr. Wlllard Jiouso Jlllson, Southern Ohio Operators Havo Re- ing In the schools nt Iluntsvllle, Ala., LaFollette Alleges Great Special In ed a new car. fined To Confer With spent the holidays with her mother, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. 11. Thomas and director of the Kentucky Geo'ogical teret Aro In Move To Union Officers, Mrs. C. L. Young. Survey for the Geological Society of little daughter, Ituth Magdalene, Slop Agitation. Miss Pauline Beard of Owensboro, spent Suturday night and America, which opened ltd annual Sunda Columbus, O., Dec. 27. Notice spent the holidays with her grand meeting at Amherst, Mass., today. Washington, Dec. 27. Senator La with Mrs. Thomas' father, Mr. Van The society Is ondeavorlng to ascer- that members of the Southern Ohio parents, Mr. and Mrs.-J- . T. Smith. Follette, Republican, Wisconsin, in a May and family. Ills Magglo Austin is on tfte sick tain the oil reserves of the United Coal Exchange, comprising soventy formal statoment Issued today chargcoal operators and operating compaStates. ed that high railroad officials and re- list. PUBLIC SALE mm Dr. Jlllson In announcing the esti- nies, will ,not hold further meetings presentative of tho coal, steel and only the with officials of tho miners' union to Mrs. Carlisle Render and llttl mate said that ho considered injerefcts at a secret imettng On Saturday Decembor 31, at 1:30 lumber daughter, known oil pools and attempted no negotiate new wago scales and work p. m., I will sell to the highest bid- held 2n Washington December 0, at- Mrs. W. B. Caroline, accompanied b TELEPHONE pools, ing agreements was served upon John forecast of tho finding of other Render went to Owcnsut, tempted to c'ltuin from repre3iii,i-tlvc- s der two new residences, each C9 Tho llttlo glrl'yill The known pools in the State at thelL. Lewis, president of tho United wired for lighting, located near tho Farmers Mutual an ro Wednesday, of farmers' organizatldns present rato of production, ho said, Mine Workers of America, after a College. Sale will tako placa on for ttonsil agreement to cease agitation for re. undeigo an operation tho hieetlng of the organization here late should run out about 19S0. peal of the section o( the translocat- trouble while In the city. property. Positively no .DECEJIBER 30 lmiDAY,. The production Of oil In the State, today. it, highest bid Is rejected the bid- ion act relating to railroad valua The word sent Lewis by t,he South- If tho MAItHIAGH LICKXSR the estimates show since 18S3 when der will be given $10. Terms, one- - tion and for restoration of State con operators was said to havo JtKCEXTIA' ISSlI.j, At the date and hour of writing the first records Were kept, up to the ern Ohio halt cash, balance on easy payments. trol over State rates. present time totals 44,355,300 bar- been in answer to a letter sent out by we are still beating Florida and CalAdvising thi fnrmers o' tho counJOHN DELL, Hartford. Lewis from Indianapolis on December Russell Mattlngly, Fordsvilie to try to aware of tho leadership in any ifornia, when you speak of weather. rels. Addle Greer, Hartford, Routo 6. Dr. Jlllson said that the reaching 16 suggesting a meeting of two opia Too cool fbr the Ice Man and too of the gitnt farm organisation Wildlo W. Wobstor, Sebreo, to Ella. of the total estimated rmenca of the tors and two miners from eah of the warm for the Coal Mah. in that would STRAY STREAKS Mao Sandcfur, Beaver Dam, R. 3. State was a hard task, because of the. four states in the centra! competitive flncMu thorn ln combination with Pittsburg next held Ivan Wright, Marissa, III,, to' Maiitilroad rfrut!us and with tho greiit Senator La Follette says the Rail-Toa- fact that production is now so near field to be agree in (By Fluko McFluko.) upon a tlnie and rio Daugherty, Horso Branch. the peak. The largest production Tuesday to un-try, aro trying to make friends of crii.l'inationa r.r.d trusts of the place for tho next conference. Byron Heflln, McHcnry, to Cllffio tho farmers. We know how they ever reached was In 1919 when the Wisconsin Senator further due tlmo Announcement that "in barrels were produced, while The biggest thing in most restau- charged that the "groat special inter- Mae Wallace, McIIenry. could make friends of the Newspapers Claudo B. Bratcher, Boivcr Uam, due the operators of Southern Ohio will rant's soup is profit and about the ests" at the December 9 meeting were and a lot of other people, that is, by ln 1920 the production making a long haul on their freight to a drop in the production of the Ills propose a new scale for their em biggest thing we've ever seen in shoos successful In obtaining the consent of to'Goldlo Mario Park, Heaver Dam. include the check- Is Walk Kahn's Charlos R. Boche, Pinevllle, t Tates in short time. We received a Sinking field to 8,546,027 barrels. ployes that wiU'not fet. cortnin of the farm representatives inMary Cbnso Her, Beaver Dam. agreement. smpment irom iirookiyn, ;v. v., a This year however," the production off nnd whicn will eliminate tho ,to the equalities 'placed upon this district," t0 8,781.000 barrels, due to Our idea of a fellow with unfal-torlnfew days'ago, of stuff absolutely non-jroDenied Ily Farm Federation o. simple and trustir-fnith in Chicago, Dec 2 7. "We havo never Indestructible, except "eases in tho production of tho John- - was niGimi breakable and,..., , ... 4. amy ,ue nieutm oj a nui lire, .... isnn.M.nirnffin nnd Warren Countv ' dicating a possibly serious ureacn in the rpturn of the "gouit old timos" ii ontered Into nn ngreoment with, the ' me, it min- a gay who still retains weight of which .was 280 pounds; He""- - Discovery of a new pool might) relations between operators and the .cork- - railroads to cease agitating anything" act jumping to a ere. and occupying a total space of lGxlBx result ln Production n"tws and bottle opener accumu the American Farm Buroau FederaOPTOMETRIST li Eh figure for a year or two. ne said. a lewcr scat wmi icu.uk late through tho span of a couple or tion said today'in reply to the statec VG U 4Alllt7f Uli ,,.v.i, H V II JllVII tClJUltU he expressed th.- opinion that hlsjtbe decision to discontinue, meetings i thrC(J :wa(leSi ment Issued by Senator Robert M to nay a freicht charge of S5.28. or. but no- ,,, slightly better, or rath'or worse, than estimates would not be fur from with tho miners' representatives l(A Follette at Washington. "We are scale-fixin- g rigui u una uuiuu leviBtt ti'riu :il uiu clared that "tho plan of Jt J, w,d that the gouth gea Jg. committedi to repeal of Section 15A 2 cents per pound. employed in the past has, sfiouly laad end of the period ending 1a I.iSO. ea sU Bown tQ d"nce ni, of the railroad act and will continue contributed .to the existing state oimere, the,r Mn9t yvbo , u; The death of Henry Watterson w? extreme poverty ana oufinegs nopre NOTICE TO SETTLE f fh 90th vonnif mond. which occurred at his Florida home iMnn nt .nm t mining districts t.around Hartford that would ears to! To our patrons a"nd customers who slon hrout tbo Thursday of last week, marks the end the powers of State rateraaklng com- have a sot-t- o with one of those bullet mlsslonB." ceptions, who has graced editorial are indebted to us: Please call and Southern Ohio.' "To reach our natural mhrkets, to iii that manner? There was never any secret about writers who has ever wielded the pen rpHIo- vnnr nnrnunt nn nr hflfnrn the Public nndently and eco on a Kentucky Newspaper, perhaps January 10, 1922. as there will be the Washington conferenco of Dccetij-lie- r -- H1t..n nAn.lUlnnfl 9, the Farm Bureau Federation We passed through Christmas just the most noted, with a ry few ox- - some change? made in.our business nomicwiy, unu io n.,,.e,i r,,iifri,i, n i,n ,tat. niavin- - ft flint l which are !.-destroying mining com- like tho Israelites did the river Jor said. Tho" meeting was one of a A.i t ,.o, 1,0c, O ' J ... - t.Wnlni tlirf ttCttlV HU Will examine eyes tor VHKJ f lllUIliLlOS. i lllliittib ..i of nil rho nlrl hiiclnpca lift ptMpfl held to discuss lower freight don us dry as a chip. chairs within . earning power of tho mines," the "thanks for past favors glasses at Tom Taylor's Drug- With many rates on farm products. this Nation. Other writers there letter concluded, the operators of the price of Cadlllas We note-thhavo been, to bie sure, but none with and business given us, we are, Store, Beaver Dam, on Satur lucum- SOUlliern Ullio leei uwi i Vnnrc T?nppffntlv IIOHTOX automobiles has been sliced all the the style of "Marse" Henry. There notify you now way l,ent uPon them to day and Monday of each & VIN'CEN'T DEXTFR was no such thing as 'No Man's.Land' from 640 toN?040. They will that they can not meet with you as have to shove a lot more inducement Cientertown, Ky. Business Is again on. a boom at the week. for Mr. Watterson. He was to be 26t2 heretofore." to us before we can drive n Cadillac Horton coal mines with Mr. J. B. found upon one side or the other. Call and have him to test Gordon Savage, secretary of the of our own. Uazelup as Superintendent. WASHINGTON JHis pen carried a sting. His argu- tonight Ohio Mineral Association, " Mr. and Mrs. Jess Stevens of Lib' your eyes Free. ments were strong and frequently nothing to Christmas services were hold at said his organization had Bill Him'es, manager of the light itriolic, but always Wattersonian. operators action. plant, says as how It they have a One could select them from scores of the local ChurclTon Christmas eve, say regarding the Refusal of the Southern Ohio Coal danc?, or basket ball 'game ln town,1 Jry7VVy(tV'i?TytV'V-Jlttlttl'HtWWlWTarticles written by others. In short, with a large crowd In attendance. wage con' or some sort of a lodge meeting he Miss Versla Newcomb acompanlad Operators to hold further his pen, in the field he ranged, was ferences with the miners' union, W. gits about, well say anywhere from to the calling as "T. N. T." to high by Miss Vina Hamlet spent last weekMcKInney, secretary of the South- 10 to 25 calls, by interested people explosives. While the Veteran or a end with Miss Newcomb's parents, D. said to: ern Ohio Coal Exchange, wanting td know'if tho lights will bs thousand battles had retired from Mr. Jind "Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, here. unionHartford, night, is not a blow aimed at merely on tonight, but narry a call does he Mr. Ed Bowles of near thB field of newspaperdom. yet tho is or preaching git on prayer-meetin- g Country, especially Kentucky, sees in was the guest of Delbert Newcomb ized labor. The action ' J1 IJttM withdrawal from tno "four state nights. Sunday. the death of Henry Watterson the end Saturday and GET agreement," under which coal operaAT 'OUR PLAGE Misses Vina Hamlet and Versla of the King of the Old Tribe, and IndiaSome smokers like the pipe that looks well. Newcomb tors of Western Pennsylvania, Elijah Thomas, says a Newcomb, Messrs. Delbert Our friend, onourns him as such. Ohio hnve been ne good many folks in this burg have Some like a pipe that has the taste of satisand Cecil Brlstow spent Sunday with na, Illinois and wage scales. Ohio operagotiating faction. But most men like bolh looks and ' was befin tolling him that thero With this Issue of the Republican Ml3r,Edyth Tn.Mi'y vfl by the agreement until something taste at n fair price. We have chosen our in this column last week Miss A'iolot Al.cn was the guest tors are bound the year A. D. 19-2- closes. This year, McKInney said, and are forc- Labout him, line of pipes and smokers articles after but he save he has read like all that have gone before has of Miss Edyth Tmsley during Xms. April 1, Independentyears of experience in dealing with smokers and children were ed to withdraw and deal Mrs. Elds her through from end to end, some had its good spots, its sunshine and men because of econo- and we believe that you will be readily three or four times and so far.hns. its shadows, its seasons of joy and of guests of Mr and Mrs. Eifss Hud ly with their 4 ' i r7 : surprised with the prices of our line. sorrow, yet, upon the whole wa feel son, of JJ'iiia. .Monday au i luisuay. not been able to sae his namo anywhere therein. that it has been at least up to the Little Uuy Newcomb who has nverago, perhaps DOG TAGS FOR. 1022 iO a3y LINE it has measured been ill, Is ';e r. THE above. - The country has been free CLEAR RUN. ' 'l HAItTFOltD ROUTE 51. Irom pestillenco. Strife and disconGet your dog tags on or before the AllSliajiayy AU Styles January, If you do not as as prevalent tent havo not been first day of Armlt Greer, who has a position Just stop" in some time and ask us to "show Miss Nettle Bartlett was in Hart- want to violate tho law, and pay the with the Bond Tie Company ln Alapredicted during the year preceding von the "world's most popular pipe." Also btandpoint wo ford Monday, having dentist work penalty. Send by .mall, ?1.02 for bama, spent the holidays here and at and from a National ' have a look at the pipe with a removable feel that we havo made progress, al- dono. the first male dog, and ?2.00 for other points in Ohio County. uluminum tube. And Mr. Charlie Hoover and family each additional male dog; though general conditions are not Mr. Sam Snavely of Flro, Ohio, is ,. 383& Besides unusual things in pipes, wo also luncmanr "just what wo would have them be. and Mr. Ellis Hoover and family of '$2.02 for the- - first female dog, and making an extended i'iMt with his interesting and unusual things in other necessities grad- East View, and Mr. Aryln Hoover and $4.00 for each additional female mother,"31rs. Elizabeth Snavely, and Balances have not been i truck -- lor smoker.. In other words, wo have, studied ing to tho proper level is riulte a long family of Sunnydale, spent Sunday dog, also give the following Informa- with his sister, Mrs. Emmlt Park. our needs and, tolitllurjou buy or notfwe would be glad to lmo jou look over our line. from completion but we confi- night with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hoover. tion, viz; Santa Claus visited tho Taylor dently look forward Jo the data when Mr. and Mrs. Cicero Wado spent Your Post Office-addresschool Monday and' brought severnl OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. Your Voting Precinct. tho rough peaks, will be made more Sunday night with Mr. and Mrs. S. presents for tho teacher, Mrs. Qer-tre- y Incorporated nearly level with low places. AVhen Bleed or kind of dog.' Funk, and a flno treat for tho Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoover spent or Femalo." have come to pass, and not Male that shall Hartford, Ky. pupils, and promised to come again N Age of Dog. until then, will the. general going be Sunday with the hitter's mother, Mrs. AA&&AAAAAAAAAAjLAAAAAf lf fliV next Xmas. Bartlett, of Union Grove. Color of Dog. made easier. This Paper has had a At the meeting of tho Stock-hol- d Mr. Leo Whlttaker and family of W. 0. BLANKENSHIP, fnir share of patronage and support, lo- ers In tho Taffy Division of the Clerk OhU County Court. phone Co., Mr. Clifton Hoover, of tho linanclal and otherwise, during tho Burnett's Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. year just closing. Like individuals, Delbert Whlttaker, of Mt. Marlah, Barnett's Creel neighborhood, was most every vocation, It ha made spent Sundaywlth Mr's. Clarence Rld- in . FORDS VILLE NOTES". TICHENOR-LEAC- H appointed oneftif tho directors. urorb, could have been better had die. Mr. John Davis, whoso Illness was has returned those responsible for Its appearance! Mr. Ona Hoover Mr. H. B. Lloyd who Is teaching mont0ned last week, Is able to be Successors to Brown & Juriinglii and the things appearing ln its col- - from a week's stay in Owensboro, In .the high school at Ellzabethtown out ngan. fath-- , , Mr an(j Mrs Monroe Smith enter-e- r, limits worked a bit harder, yet wo Is spending a few days .with his Dealer in feel that reasonable and faithful ef- Sonio species of shrimp aro said to Mr. II. D. Lloyd. Jtalned the younger set, at their forts have been made by all connect- - have particles of sand ln their ariten- Miss Edna McDanlel of Olatan, was l0me Saturday night, with an old-- a cd with It. Wo thank each Individ-- , nae to enable them to hear. guest of Miss Garnott Young' dur- - tJnle pay pacty. mil who has contributed a news item, lng tho holidays. , "Walter Trogdon visited relatives ln who has given It business for which CARD OK THANKS Mr. Carson Ford of Owensboro, rjockport, Ind Monday and Tuesday thoro was financial remunerctiou, for Wo wish to take this opportunity spent the holidays will his parents, ot jast we0fc, words of encouragement; whllo the to thank our many friends who j Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ford. charlo, spiall son of Thurman Pat- latter does not purchaso stock, or wllllnely rendered assistance ln vMr. and Mrs. R. o. Noel nnu rneir t0U( who wag run ovei. by n wagon jiay bills, yet they are prUud more death nnd burial of our beloved hits- - son Hoover, have gono to F lorlda, to B0Veral weeks ago, is able to bi, out juKiuy uiuii ovorjuimi, uwy. hand nnd father, J. W. Duvall. Your spend tho winter. agaln. GASOLINE AND CYLINDER OIL. S ' shall start the new year with u deter- - kindness shall always bo cherished '. . -- . , Mr. Leonard young, who is tqach- pnlnatlon to. do qur btt to glo th jn our ,nem0ry, Dick Williamson of Greenville. Is ,ing in Oklahoma, spent tho holidays Main Street. HARTFORD, KY. to ' Mrs. J. D. DUVALL AND County news and happening1?, with hs Mothtr, Mrs. C. L. Young, spending the week in Hartford, the .jnuke the paper what such a weekly j employe guest of John Allen 'Wilson. Mr. Murl Jones, who is an NOTICE TO 8UnSCRIHERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent ) a. new address must give the old ldress In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lUe tor each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ef Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head line and slgnautre, money fa advance. Church Notices for services free, fcat other advertisements, J.c per word. Anonymous communications will receive no attention. al Frankfort, Ky - -- 1 -- so ,.. ,....., ,.. g, .- I W. M. DEMPSET t.c ., ,i,,i I . -- ,! Lmif.i 1 -- ninn vmj nl so-ri- ' at r wmmm if A Pipe for Every Face IT I K -- .un M , ,vf li-b ? w i s. x 'Wft! MOTOR CO. I -- Automobiles and Accessories 4f. - ji'tlo daughter, r, ' We Thank You! .N Mrs. Harry Hoover returned to hor her llt- Kathorlno, to OwenB- - homo In Central City, Tuesday, after boro Wednesday to hayo nor tonsils spending a fow days In Hartford with removed. her parents, Mr, and Mrs. B. D, Col Mrs. A. K. Anderson took Una. ri This week brings to a 'close another year's business a year laden with blessings, that all of us should be profoundly thankful for. Whatever success the year has brought us has been made possible only by your and loyal patronage. We want to express to our friends and customers our deepest gratitude to you for your business. We have tried earnest-l- y and faithfully to meet your requirements, and to maintain the highest quality of merchandise at the very lowest possible price. May the year 1922 bring to each of you happiness, peace and prosperity. on ! Logan Combs of Hlggerson, Art; , arrived In JIartford Tuendoy to ?penl Little Miss Laura D., daughter of two weeks with relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Hoover of spent from Monday until In Ohio County. Wednesday In Hartford, with her An enjoyablo danco was given at grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. the Rink Friday night. Sloamer's or Hoover. chestra of Lexington, furnished mus- Mr. M. C. Murray and family, who ic'for tho occasion. have been occupying tho Hunger res.Nlrs. B. B. Brown and son, Con- idence on Clay Street, near tho railway, of Llvormoro, are theguests of road, moved yesterday to the J. W. Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. Ellis Foster Ford residence abutting the bridge, across tho river. and Mr. Foster, city. Madl-sonvlllo, To Our Friends And Patrons: til M ft m t .1 u: jk i '. TV. JLWC5bs r 1 Br 'MB iill3Kgr(liByi affWBTiyltfriH ii j?35 TiMammMtfT .T Tff.-wmi7itf6i- i The Hartford Republican . Miss Lurene Collins returned to Greenville Wednesday." Are you going to see "Babe" Ruth rnnuv,. .DECEMI1KK 30 at the Star Theatre' Tuesday night? Dr. W. M. Warden of Centertown, was In Hartford on business -- PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS " toVn Wednesday. J. M. Duncan of Cernlvo.'was In Inhllartford, Wednesday. Er , '2f; jSqutre Mrs. Maud Stone is making an tended visit with relatives in- ex- D. F. nice of FordBvIllo was ' f E; D. Flnley of Select, was In Wednesday.. Don't. fall to see "BABE" RUTH Tuesday, Jan. 3rd. Where? At the town Star Theater. Prof. Wilbur Rhoads went to Miss Gladys Bennett who has a Tuesday to have his tonsils position in the Citizens' Union, removed and also to have a .minor Fourth Street Bank, In Louisville, nasal operation performed. spent from Saturday to Monday in Hartford with her parents, Mr. nnd '.Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hoover of Cin- Mrs. D. S. Bennett. cinnati, Ohio, will return home today, after spending the holidays with Prof, and Mrs. Roy Foreman and relatives (n tho Deda country. little son, Roy V., of Rockport, visiting relawho had been Dr. J. D. Durkes of Norma, Tenn., tives and friends, in and near Hart arrived in Hartford Wednesday and ford since last woek end, went to Ow-- J will bo the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J". ensboro Wednesday. D. Duke and family a few days. Mr. C.E. Smith, accompanied by Mr. J. T. Casebler of Central City, Mrs. Smith, returned Wednesday afspent Sunday and Monday In Hart- ternoon from Louisvillo, where Mr. ford, tho guest of his mother, Mrs. Smith had been In attendance of James Casebler and other relatles. . meeting of the Kentucky Common wealth Attorneys Association.. Mrs..E. Crabtree and Mrs. Emma Hudson, city, went to OwenBboro Gayle Tcyldr who is eniploytll by Wednesday, to be at tho bedside of the I. C. R. Rx Company, Jickson, Mr. A. P. King, who Is dangerously Miss., after spending a few days hero 111. with his mother,. Mrs. W. M. Hudsqn and Mr. Hudson, accompanied by h'h Mrs. Marvin Dean of Akron, Ohio, brother, Parke Taylor, returned tc arrived In Hartford Tuesday to spsnd Jackson Tuesday. several days with her parents, Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox and other rela Mrs. J. W.. O'Bannon of Russell-vlll- e tlves. spent from Friday to Thursday In Hartford arid Cromwell, visitMisses Paulino, Myrtle and Mabel ing her sister, Mrs. R. E. Duke and Ashley of Evanavllle, lud., spent the Mr. Duke and her parents, Mr. and week In Hartford, guests of their Jjrs. B. W. Stewart: Mr. O'Bannon father, Mr. Elmore Ashley and Mrs jollied Mrs. O'Bannon Sunday. Ashley. 'lisses Aleene Leach and Carrie .Mrs. S. O. Keown wUl return to Park, aftejr spending the) holidays morrow, from Lexington,, where She wfth their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Jhas been spending several days with A," Leach and Mr. J. A. C. Park and hcr'soii, Mr. Gllmore Keown and Mrs. fariilles, of Beaver Dam, will return Monday to Bowling Green to resume Keown.' ' their studies In the State Normal. 3 Mr. and iMrs. Dowey Ward and lit tie son of Owensboro, spent Chrlst-- . .. A quilt ,majje by the Ladles' Aid mas in Hartford, guestsjof. Mr. Ward's Society of No Creek M. E. Church. mother, Mrs. E. Crabtree and-- Mr. upon which are Inscribed the names of all donorso tho society, will be Crnbtreo. sold a't public auction on the .'court square, next Monday afternoon, . J. Leslie Hageruirfn, who Is em- house January 2, at 2 o'clock, the proceeds ployed by the Masonic Home Journal, to be added to the society's funds. Louisville, "speSt Xmas In Hartford Mrs.' J. Y, with his parents, Mr. and Mr! and Mrs. John Lindley an' Hagerman. daughter, Miss Lenora, of near Liver-moraccompanied by Mr3. Vlrg'" Miss Tlnlta Barnard, who Ig at- Stevens of Littleton, Colo., will artending the Owensborcf Business rive In Hartford Saturday to visit Mr. wltc and Mrs. S. T. Barnett. Miss Lind School, Is spending her parents, Mr. arfd Mrs. Garf ielc' ley will go from Hartford to V.an Barnard, Dundee. Lear, where she. Is engaged. In teach ing In the high school. Prof. H. B. Lloyd, of Fordsvllle. teacher of English and history In the Ellzabethtown High School, spent yesterday with Wednesday and Millions friends in Hartford. ro a-N e, s Once more we are in the midst of the Season.of Santa Claus, Good Cheer and such like and we. want to take this opportunity to wish you a Happy New v Year. We are always glad when Christmas Time comes 'round It gives us an opportunity to present the 'good wishes we've been storing up for 364 days, and to say "thank you" for the many favors you have bestowed upon us thruout the year. We have tried mighty hard to merit your good-wi- ll and confidence, and are sincerely grateful for your patronage. With the coming of another year we look forward to jigain numbering you as a friend and customer. - So here's hoping this has been the "mostJoyous and Happy Christmas you haveever spent and our sincerest wish will not come true unless 1922' brings . happiness to you. k . Cordially yours, Garsoh M.MHM. (El UlUVllJI w ?& HarfSnrir! TTonf ir!rv 11V1 V, MAGAZINES BY TH&-1-- COPY - MONTH " YEAR AT THE !k 3 Miss Lillian Schapmire, city, Is visMlss?Mary Marks spent yesterday iting her uncle, Mr. J. T. Casebler Mr. F. T. Belcher and family mov', in Owensboro. and famjly of Central City. ed yesterday from the Welnshelmer ). property on Clay Street to tho resiMr.'Jofin.A. Johnson, Decatur, Ala. Miss Cleo BInkley of Nashville, dence of Mr. J. W. Ford near tho family. spent Christmas here with his Tenn,, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. old Water' Mill slte n. .... tills Ross Taylor and Mr. Taylor. ! SUSS LiOrene ttl..l..llXJ jjjiciii. .uo wesierwuiu Miss Eva Taylor will leave Saturweek with relatives in Dundee. Joseph Peyton, is thename of the day for Louisville where she will ba ' new baby boy, born to the new Jailer, the guest of her brother, Mr. H. B. : Taylor, and sUter, Mrs. B. F. Zim Mr. W. M. Fair of Fair & Co., was Mr. and Mrs. Nat Hudson, Dec. 23. V merman, for several days- ''in St. Louis, Mo., this woek ou busl- Ray Fortney of Central City,- was .,tness. Earlo Maxwell Heavrln returned the guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Tap-pai- r; Monday and Tuesday of this to his homo in Hawesvlilo Saturday, King is' spending the JiMlss Annnbell after spending a few days in Hartwith Miss Emllio Bell, at week. 'ftweck-en- d ford, tho guest of his uncle and aunt, " . FCBuford. : h, ;: Miss Louise Frost of Central City,, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln. m In Hartford, the ftHoh. J. A.LeaCh'df Frankfort ami spent the week-en- d Pendteton, and after guest of Dr E. B. Pendletqn Miss Emllio Dam, was In Hartford R'- - Beaver. '. family. spending a few daya in Hartford with " her father, Dr. E. B. Pendleton and . Mrs, Lcsllo Stewart, of Central family, returned Monday to Drakes- Henderson visited, of tfV.'Mr. this city, the week, "friends In. Hartford from Monday to Grove, spent" hor mother, inSWra. C. B (boro, where she hao a position the guest of V '. jjjfidnesdny. David Bishop who has Howard. the holltlaya here with his par",vMrs- - Noel y1?1" of Ice- - Ky" U Messrs. D. Barnes, Beaver Dam and ents, Mr. and Mrs-- . Oscar Bishop, will 'tn"tfguwst of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ola Porter, Louisville, wore guests return Jan. 3, to Russollvlllo, to re' Baltzell, city. of Judge and Mrc. W. H. Barnes, sume his studies In Bethel College. " O. J. Hoover ond I. N. Tubodny. Messrs. Mrs. William R. Wydlck returned 'jfSgord'of Frlednland wore In Hartford, slugger, "Babe" to her home In Earllngton, Monday ; The Homo-ru- n SVednesday on business. ' Ruth will be shown at the Star Thea- afier spending several days in HartWoodward Anderson is vi- tre, Tuesday night, Jan. 3. Don't ford, the guest of her parents, Mr. &Erno6t and Mrs. E. P. Foreman and other siting his aunt. Mrs. Arthur Petty and miss this. ' relatvies. iMiiir: Petty in Henderson. Mr. Emory G, Schroeter, who lsl Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wedding and Park of Detroit, Mich., Is' ongaged in Photography in Lebanonrl Ohio, Is spending two weeks here with Miss Daisy Wedding of Indianapolis, Mrs. vf 'vlslUng his parents, Mr. and his fanilly. Ind.,' have returned to their homo of Central Grove. after spending a few days wRh their Vp!W. J. A. Howard of Louisville, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Kirk, Livla R. father, Judge R. R. Wedding and week-en- d guests of Mrs. airs. Wedding. spenti from Saturday until Tuesady 2, wore the - Kirk's mother, Mrs, B. Crabtree and "' iVim'IT.enus iu Mr, and Mrs. Ed Johnson dfJLlver-mor- e Mr. Crabtree. (tjHL'ryir and Mrs. Henderson Ashby and Mr. and Mrs. R, B, Martin are son Everett, of Centertown", have reMurphree Mr. ond Mrs. Henderson tor spending ,rt tmi lfrbweusboro, spent Chrhtmas .in spending a few days with thelrdaugh- turned to helr homes af otjMrs. Mufphreo.'s., ter, Mrs. Qhester A. Wilson and Mr. a fow days in Hartford, the guests of lltartfordT guests Char-lott- o Hi tho parents, Mr. and Mrs; Uowan oi- - Wilson and other relativescountry. Miss Maymo Bennett and Mrs. Taylor. ' Qreen River and Cromwell . weu-nesday. Leo-King been-spendin- of People . ' v - Ohio County Drug Co. HARTFORD, KY. believe in signs Do you? Do ARE you superstitious? you bcllcvo in signs? Sign Iiavo been many' and' soino mlKhty mysterious,; yet nono liavo ever surpassed for intrl- Rue, .wild adventure, roimuicc, thrills nerve racking exploits - "THE To Our Friends and Patrons: Come in and see us in our i FATAL SIGN" the photoplay sorinl supreme, . i . l f ii'M Unit brlngH you tho 'maximum of 15 weeks continuous entertainment in n breathless story of n fatuous gang of crooks' far too clever for tho average; police. If you revel in thrilling udvcnture,bCo every eplsodo of "THE FATAL SIGN" played by a brilliant cast headed by tho Ki'fwt. Harry Carter and beautiful Clalro Anderson. 15 weeks beginning on new building, (the R. L Dever stand). At home to our friends after Saturday, Dec. 30. i Friday, January 6th STAR THEATRE Hartford, Ky. This night will be FREE to nil. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR HARTFORD, KY. f MMj2Mg7 Wrqpk. s tfs . KZuZinZZr-Z- - r- v"v,, VvW 7VX7tJ - 'FELT LIKE AN IRON , DiMn AOAIlMn ucah QUEEN'S DEGREE BASIS FOR SUIT k Atlanta, Oa., Dec, 24. A dnrk This Is How Lynchburg, Vn., Woman room filled with Btrnngo people, n. By VERAT. ROGERS white-clothe- d I KJI uuuiac bunminii. altar, on which groDeclares Her Headaches Ofdb By MnS. MARY POWER. g tesquely and weirdly glimmered n ten .Affected Her. mystic sword, n womnn stooping to Q Mil, by McClura Nwpptr Syndic!. 1131, by MeClur Ncwipapar Syndicate. 9, 111. by McClura NwpPr Syndicate. O. kiss tho nltnr cloth, a smack, an exofllco "I say, pnter, can you let me have Everybody will road with Interest plosion, tho mclt of burning cloth Avis turned the leaves of the brll- - j They were discussing the new Lillian ?D0 on account?" There wns the usual llautly illustrated uuokicis hsuussij. vianagcr that Is, lllda and portion solicitous expression on Will lain Syl- tho statonicnt of Msla M. E. Wood- and a Bhrlek In the night. mountains were. Knlh was the listening The scenic glory of tlie All.thls proved to bo material for bright sun- vester's young face as he mnde his fa- ford, 1808 Fllmoro St., Lynchburg, lured her, so did the snndcil benches. of the trio. She sat In the n $20,000 suit filed against tho Modthrough the broad miliar request. Old John l'ennynlcklc Vn., who says: Jlut thu prices exorbitant. One must light streaming a blink of her heavy-lidde- d dropped lila copy of the Evening Ga"I don't bellevo anybody ever suf-for- ern Order of Praetorians by Mrs. needs be a millionaire to put up at window, without alfrom headaches like I did. Tho Mcxla Osborn, 20, and pretty-wh- o eyes. Her dim- zette and his mild gray eyes looked cither place. stunning pled Angers played a lazy tattoo on out troublously at the boy from behind pains felt like an iron band wns be- leges sho sustained permanent InAnyway she would need n she a barricade of shabby, misshapen spec- ing drawn around my head and my juries from what would havo been new wurdrobc she would go shopping. the typewriter before her. Once sun- tacles. n languid temples would throb until I was driv- n nerfcctlv Rood Initiation had not Tires and accessories, feath--erwei- ght She bowed coldly to the little woman turned her head, like "You haven't spent all of your alon the stairs. flower, toward the twittering pair, and en almost distracted. I 'shudder tho "slnpperltls," n paddlo-llk- o instru lodger she had passed Motor Bikes, Molowance this enrly, Will?" he demand- when I think of those awful head.Miss Miller, with n shy, timid smile, that was all. ment, been applied tho wrong way. new man 'had disappeared for a ed. "Why, when I wns your ngc an The wished .pathetically she was .as youuc tors for bicycles, Telephones Exploded Wrong Way. he was like that would keep me In aches. I had no appetite either. and pretty as the other, as she turned fow moments. In the meantime "I owe Tanlac an everlasting debt But It wns npplled tho wrong way and Supplies, Line Construcfunds for a yenr." from the offlcc. t to watch Avis tripping lightly over tho "catching It"you "But, pnter, this Is tho Twentieth of gratitude for entirely ridding mo Mrs. Osborn nllegcs, and, being thus think of him, Knth?" "What do dingy stairs. Miss Miller couldn't have My npplled, a blank cartrldgo was ex tion Material, Electrical Supmustache, century I" William Sylvester's stock of those terrible headaches. "Nifty tittle goldle-brow- n although been u day over thirty-fivwall was delivered with tho open exas- stomach has been toned up too, niu ploded Into tho person of tho young plies, Shoe nnd General Re- -, Bhe looked fifty. Avis herself was Just eh, Knth?" "Let Knth alone, Can't you sec she's peration of seventeen. "Besides, lir a everything I eat agrees with mo now. woman, who sustained powder burns, turning thirty. e town like Meeds, $.r0 n Tnnlac certainly brought mo health splno affection nnd shock to say pair Shop. nsleep like a sweet 1'erslan tabby In Avis reDusk had settled when month Is barely enough to get by on Unthe sun?" If it's fixable we fix it." and happiness." turned, her arms full of bundles. nothing of n ruined dress and a "A peach An Adonols, Isn't he, and keep up appearances, I mcnnl" like most women, her shopping exTanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. of humiliation. Both telephones. The boy In concluding shot an appealpedition had held for her no thrills. Knth?" by all leading drugTho secret workings of tho Modern "Adenoids? You've sntd Itl" shouted ing sidelong glance nt his mother. L: U. Bean and the There came n timid knock nt Praetorians will soon bo revealed In And that lady, whose ruling ambition gists everywhere. "Sour Grapes" from his his" stool. MUFFETT'S REPAIRTSHOP f door, the handle turned, and Miss Mimt court, nnd the damuglng "slapper- you Just love the way ho wns to see her children firmly nnd "Didn't ller entered shyly. coat and safely established "In the right class," "Does It not throw a shaTio of bit- Itls" will bo brought Into plain view Beaver Dam, Ky "Oh, Miss Burroughs. I want you to romped In with his raccoon rallied to his defense. terness Into your heart," sho said, "to for the eyes of all. my sister Dellle. motor goggles?" gurgled Lillian. read this letter from "Sylvester Is right," she declared In sco the trees all leafless, and to hear Kath spoke for the first time that Tho oanors In- the suit allege that Here's a letter for you, too, came lit the Judicial tone of one used to hand- tho wind sighing forover In mournful tho "slapperltls" Is nn Instrument us my mnll by mistake. Dellle's goln' day : ing down final decisions; 'it" Is only monotony7 Does It not make you "Wolf's clothing 1" Her tapping to be a June bride," she gasped. "I'm ed in tho initiation which Mrs. Osreasonable to expect that the son of Its stendy, lazy rhythm. 1 suppose It sounds silly all feel that there is too much that Is born wns taking on tho night, pf "Woof I Woof I" Another "high stool" one of Meeds' lending citizens should that I should feel so queerly, only bleak in the world?" ' 9, known ns tho "Queen's keep up n decent front " Dellle's the only sister I ever had and took up the cry. "No" ho answered, "it renlly does nnd that it is a paddle-llk- e u wolf It's n bear!" thinking of the store," said "That's not "I wns the baby of the family." She looked weapon heavily padded on one side, "He's n bear lie's a bear," danced "pater," offering n feeble defense. not." up suddenly, her face aglow, her tired "Why?" Itltla toward the water tank. which Is supposed to be tho side np"I've hnd to sell thot last lot of hard-- 1 eyes sparkling. Pucceed. when everything else falK "What did you mean by 'wolf's clothware at a loss. Business is pretty dull "Bocause my papa Is in the conl plled to the person when tho "Queen" Avis listened politely. Mis Miller li nerve,:: postiatlor nnd frmate ing', Knth?" now, you know " Just business leans over to kiss tho altar or the was such n bore. What did she care wolf's cloth"She meant a sheep In remedy, w thousaHCj have testified. "Business ncnln 1" Mrs. John PennyBword, and tho other side Is arrangabout June brides a. sheep." "I haven't seeiv Dellle since she wns ing. He's a sheep he'ssaving Kath n Icicle's crisp voice pounced upon the ' Mrs. Blunder hns Just received n ed with n. board fitted to hinges nnd woijl scornfully. , "Do you consider telegram from India. "What an V n baby. My mother died and we were warbled "Sour Grapes," STOMACH TROUBLE .Ahintnini. ii lilnnb rnrirlden. which ; more important thnn your ft ij ths be-.- t I've kept track of her an nnswer. separated. invention the telegram Is!" explodes when tho "Queon" Is amnck-- , :i.6cins ever sold g swivel creaked children's future? I must sny,' John m,raU0 Every high stool nnd fl over a druggU '3 counter, though. She wants I should come and j she excIameUi "when you come to ed, hut, ot course, tho other way. in rwMJavnnrMWkFi see her married," Miss Miller's voice under Its weight of usslduous attention rennynlclcle- -" person consider that this message ha3 come Tho suit nlleges that tho to business when Authority returned. "01. nl right mother, oil right" shook n trifle. "Oh, Miss Avis" thousands of miles, and. whose office Is to apply tho , Sentiment The detail ran smoothly, for the force, capitulated the old man hnstilyr Any- - ' ""'" ,wo r Avis looked surprised. overhigh, wns a com- thing, he told himself, to escape .an- - tho gum on tho envelope Isn t drj ' which weighs, four pounds. 1 In that drab little soul of all thlugs! In spite of spirits' petent one. Sylvester Itand made vig- other of Carrie's tongue-Inshlngwhy not?" she said. "You yet." negllgntly applied the wrong sldo to "Well, and orous use of his handkerchief when he come nround tp the store In the morn the "Oh, my dear, It's out of the quesmy Mrs. Osborn. with the result thnt wfcre dancadmire Moat people Sho ing. Will, and I'll fix you up." tion," Miss Miller said In ft shocked entered. Ills keen gray eyes ciplodid Into Mrs. Osborn. they sought the floor. As n matnnfr-r"Tlmnl.-s- . Wllllnm Kvlvosfpr mouth. Do you 7 voice. "ItM cost heaps she lives out ing as hor clothing caught use- is alleKod-thccry word I think It It He (absent-mindedlKansas way, and I couldn't ever "get ter of fact he had heard flashed a look of triumph In Jits c::ploMon..inJurlnB her ilro from tho enough money. I could write and ask learned In the space of three minutes mother's direction. Then he turned is simply immense was a Greek god norson. damaging her dT'ss and caus Dellle to send mo the account In the Hint he grew on trefs. back to'hls father with nil apologetic nnd wns that most pitiful of objects lipwfcpapers," her Voice broke sudWorth hfcd Just learned that ing hor much humiliation. grin. Mrs. signified a sheep In wolf's clothing. He stepped The Praetorians havo denly. "I wouldn't hnve nslced you for this," hor colored workwoman, Aunt Dlan-h- e -tug inside of to Ka til's desk. Avis felt a funny little explained, "If It wasn't for the fact ail( mui at tho ago of 70 married for tiwir Intention of fighting the suit "Miss Horry, will you reinalnlifter 5 lier. that Norry and Christine nre coming tho .fourth time. "Why, ' Aunt and'hflvo omployod attorneys for that some"Miss Miller," she found herself say- this evening. I want to discuss to a home next week. Thoy declare thnt Mrs. On. They'll probably Dianah," she exclaimed, "you sure- piTvpoy. listened thing." And tho olllce M H" ing, nnd experienced a 'throb of happibring along sonte of their swell friends bom showed no effect of injuries at ness that almost took her breath man. Kath raided lnnguld eyes, which nnd well, you know what that means, ly haven't married again!" she danced until a "nodded. Children ' "Yassum, honey, I has," was Aunt tho time and that nwny, "suppose someone should olTcr had grown n lifle wider, nnd pnter." r to hour that night and walked to At 0:13 the company's outer ofllce Dinah's smiling reply. "Jes' as often la A Safe Old Fashioned you enough money to take you there "Yes," Pater knew what It meant, home, nearly n mile away from tall, slender her and back, and furnish you with the door opened nnd 'a Each time the as de Lawd takes 'em, so will I.' well enough.' Money Remedy for Worms tho hall. necessary frills, nnd even a beautiful brunette, enveloped In furs, entered. children came home from college he i Ladles Home Journal. Seventy. fivoyearacontin-uou- t Her deep blue eyes, in contrast taber " present for Dellle --tre . made feverish trips to the bank. He uie 11 the bei I tcti "Oh, my grnclous," Miss Miller dnrk hair, were alive and searching. would do so again. monUl FRET'S VEBX1FUCE The head of one ot the government upon the waiting Kath, flopped Into n chair with it nervous Her glance' fell can offer you. Norrls wns the first to tap the pa scientific bureaus at Washington felt v0 street, was seated Keep a bottle alwoyi on little laugh. "I suppose It does seem who, dressed for the" up typewriter. " rental resources. He and a college somewhat flattered nt, receiving one before her co ercd hand. It will help keep like a joke, but Dellle you see wns a For Infants and Children the little ones healthy "Is Mr. Hand heiei" asked the bru- chum were'plnnnlng to establish a sum- day a letter from a gentleman In the baby, and nnd " She wns crying (rnl mer restaurant. and happy. asking him to sond n copy of En Use For Over Years West, nette sweetly. quietly Into a thin little lnce handJ0ctxtt!etyoutdrurtft'or "Mints of money In It, pater," he his report. languid replied Always bears The scientist The disgruntled one moved a Stneral (lore; or if your dealer kerchief. confided earnestly. "All I need to promptly, asking to which particular can't upplyyou.tendhii name the Avis hnnd toward the Inner olllce, the door grandmother l" jke-you- r and 30c m atanms and we'll You could stnrt In with Is about 5500. Signature of of which wns slightly ajar. aend you A bonis promptly. report his correspondent referred. Bald roughly. moment the new- let me have that much, couliln't you?" E. k S. FREY, Bakotrt, Mi. After a hesitant 9 "See," she pointed to the nrray of Tho answer came: "Am not partl- ' Pater let him have It. No sooner was L upon the bed., "Some comer seated herself. dainty things nlnr whloh nnn vnu send. I want it InHils affair concluded than Christine reThen Hand hurried out from the Sharpley There's Dogberry; he's of those I Intended to give "away," .nnl.n1r ' Pnunlrv npntln- straight to Kath,, vealed her plan for on elaborate black slept only two hours a day for the ehe fibbed deliberately, "and If you ner ofllce and walked at , man. the newcomer. jnd white frolic. won't accept the money for your fare," without once glancing last five years. chair, ."" "Just a little welcome home party,'1 WILL It to you, until "Ahem I" He drew nnother desk tactfully, "I'll lend Snoddy How remarkable. Loveslck'daughter Papa, nichard do to the one which she told her father sweetly. "Please TAKE OUR1 you're able to pay It back. There's as close ns possible Sharpley Yes, ho takes most of held the sullen one, reached out and 'this for me, pater, darling 1" And of and I are truly two souls with but a n train at midnight." his rest at night, you know. seized one of her chubby hands In n ' course' "pater darling" did. single thought. Miss Miller was speechless. m don't be disChristine's little pnrty was a pic--' "Well, to pack and get firm grip. "You've two hours " lie be- turesque affair that cost several hun couraged; that's one more than your WENT OX HONEYMOON "Ahem! Now, my denr do the terminal," Avis reminded. Miss A Tnalmenl heavy-liddeeyes, widened dred dollars. Meeds flocked to It and TOOIf HIS WIFB WITH HIM Miller found herself being escorted gan. Knth'-mother and I had when we were marhis for WEAR. across the hall, gray suede pumps to their fullest nnd traveled past wns enjoyed Itself hugely. ried, " Boston Transcript. i The day after the black and white A writer to a London dally paper, lutched In one thin hand, a gray shoulder to the other woman who " LUNGS or slowly rising from her seat. Then frolic pater was knocked down by nn 'frock flung across a shaky arm. "There should be In every family Joining In the "widespread chorus of Hand also turned nnd looked. Releas- outomblle on South Main street. His n strong, dominating personality." :Mis8 Miller never could tell you CONSUMPTION. public complaints against the inefho rose to his what really took place In the next ing the hnnd he held Knth and faced family was deeply shocked. "Trut, but we can't all afford to ficiency of the government telopliono feet, turned his back to '"But I didn't suppose anything could liour or so. service, relates tho following per-frothe tall, slender one with a copious ' ever happen to pnter I" Christine keep a cook." Toledo Blade. fee'io. A Quick relief for thai llred, What she never knew, however, was wink. w his honeymon ho was greatly coucof, paina in cnrii. mim iwn In true "movie" fnshlon he moaned to Doctor Stnnton when they that as soon as she was out of sight, registered his confession nnd guilt. t I take the place, mister, kin I astonished to receive a statement rhaiea, weak tungi or contumpllon. It It "If went to visit Pennynlckle In the HillAvis flew up the stnlrs to her room help you H coala yo aatalat. "Ah er how do you do? Hnd no side hospital. eat with tho family?" from tho Post Offlco requiring payand threw herself Into a chair with Won Lock bok " c "Eat with the family?" exclaim- ment for calls made from his tele- OHIO MEDICAL CO. a hysterical moan. She felt fright"Oh, yes," he responded with thinly Then he turned: "Ah some other woman, phone during his absence. Ho de"My good fully old and alone. "You know even the ed Mr. Suburbs. " Hut Knth's veiled sarcasm. time, Miss Horry evclared that the house had been clos"A home, n bister nful a June wed-din- s chair was empty. On the street floor best innchlne made Is subject to wear wp'll give a dinner In your honor ed and even confided why he had all for Miss Miller fancy 1" l'ldn nnd Lllllun'wnlted. They pounced uiiil tear. In pater's ward the clill-dre-d ery week." lingered about uncomfortably and been away, whereupon the official "asaid Avis, to nobody In particular, upon Knth as she emerged from the Ttich Uncle The simplest joys are fter due xnnd then her eyes fell on the letter "elevator. suggested; blamed themselves' mercilessly for the deliberation, Once outside they blamed the best. The" pleasantest way to "Could It not be your wife who had Miss Miller hnd brought along with "Tell us what did he want to see .calamity. ench other. Only Carrie seemed genu- spend a Saturday night is sitting In been using the phono in your abDellle's. Deftly she broke the henl. you about?" by the nccldent. "Avis, my love," the letter ran, "we with the water up to your sence?" It wns only after tho writa bath-tu- b one wns no inely nffected "Girrs" the shaken are leaving for Ulverwny Court on longer chary of speech "take It from Tin ashamed of mj'self, John," she chin, thinking about the money you er had carefully explained that ho Friday, Uncle Mart anil me. Would me whispered to the bnndnged figure on havo in tho bank. that town's n wolf clenr through had taken tho precaution to have you care to accompany us, as you did " the hospltnl cot. We've all been drivIf his wife hadn't happened In Poor Nlppr Well, I have got the his wife with him on his honeymoon s " years ago? We'll come to the four ing you like nn old workhorse bathtjib, tho chin, nnd the water, so that the calls were finally canceled. Up In the ofllce n pnr of young city after you Wednesday. And, oh. Pater reached up and patted her all I lack is tho money. Avis, I almost forgot to tell you that people hnd fallen Into swivel chairs, hand. " Dee Kennedy, whom weak from laughter. that "It's nil right, mother," he mumbled ; ..j beHe.ve." said the cheery phlloso-weaklPeelirfght all tho time. Don't lay 6& "A 'peach' nn 'Adonis' Is one thing, you played those wonderful tennis "We-- wc . , avorv alnplB thflltr vml -had to think of the ,,,. from work for days by taking calomel summer reinem-lier- ? Cousin Sue; but a 'sheep' Is u bird of t, fjavoaj '"Of" matches with that keeps yo-cwhen pleasant children's future, you know.. Don't I'ilUl VtlUl has returned from bPrvlce nnd another complexion. That girl doesn't worry. I'll be out of here In a week." give away two come back to you." your feet, whilarolievingyour troubIs going with us. It may plejibe you tnlk much, which nmkes her a sort of But he wns wrong. It was a whole le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl "That's myexpsrience," agreed toko anything else. You can't afford' to know (Avis drew u long breath be- oracle around the olllce. I mtiy hae month before he wns able to leave the Phnmbley. "Last March I gave nway It, Eliminates poisons, cleanses Bye fore she continued greedily) that he to spend the rest of my life here and hospltnl. At home he found two d my daughter, and she and her tem and relieves constipation. A nat lias asked for you any number of I'm not going to begin ns. a shcei In nwnltlng him. came back In August." ural remedy, natural in its actions, sunt. times. He beems awfully interested wolf's clothing so I staged the little FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE mm in its effect and certain in results. , h One, containing a bill, was from In your whereabouts, and acts ns if nffiilr on the spur of the moment, Ditiolved in water for douches stop wiR bo long beforo Uv- - Vc-La- x who was in the White moun"Thai inflam-matiowere walking on pins and needles knowing you would be nloug to help Christine, lie and completely displaco calomel in everj nervous ed feller going by on the other side pelvic catarrh, ulceration by Lydia E. tains, "recuperating from me out. Tomorrow, I'll be an you. Recommended until c hear from home. Children can take it freely an of tha street'liae a collection of 8927 F'inkham Med. Co. for ten year. wolf." The mild Sylvester threw breakdown." The other was from with perfect Baf ety. Every bottle guar"Suspicious I If I thought then. but- - A healing wonder for rural catarrh, ,1lffrinr nnnclmnns of moths and in bottles. Noni antee!. 50c and was any hope I'd encourage him. Oh, out his chest, flung on the raccoon restaurant is coming along terfUea and u .adding to It right toro throat and sore ejre Economical. The genuine without tho likeness and signtyj to leap savagely do you know, dear, he was real peeved coat and pretended rtu axtraonbntry rlcariMiia and gcnradCAJ power. lure of L. K. Grigsby. For Bale by Bald the landlord ISassia. Free. 50c all dniiaUu. or u.rkl by concerning that story about Jils pay- at his cousin . . . X.mjul. inePaiiunToiletConipapy. Portou. Mm. . VnUAAUM. - Haittor C They went out to dinner together. ing close attention to that little French mo 1 enuiiu iuiuju. 01 cousin of see the thing through?" 1'uter showed Suld, grullly, he saw Sue nnd this dyspeptic Blrl over there. "Indeed, returned tha the two letters to Doctor Stnnton, who any Amount of pretty girls but Isn't hers. In the soft glow of the tnWo had accompanied him. looking guesU "And what does his very gentle, warm lamp her eyes were that like Dee? Lovingly, "Well," commented the cyTilcnl doc- wife do to support tha family?" and mnterual uh she studied him; COUSIN LOUTA. tor, "I guefes they'll never learn. They Kansas City Star, unmercihe EAGLE "MIKADO". "I. S. Uncle Mart says I'm to d fully by the would be sconled company. tliould bo nshnnied of themselves " PencaNo.1,74 employees of the tho Inclosed check. You might (to small son) "What for?" Tutor's head shot up as nothing to being Mrs. Nowrlch need to purchase 4.1 few frills for the Hut that was light Hooded ETOCT-33- 1 trip, Presume the city hns furnished thought n Mieep men were like that aggressively- - A tender wus elected James, havo yqu whispered today, :JV .. He looked up then and held her, his gruy eyes. "Christine permission? thrills." plenty of Wellesley without president of her class nt For Sale at your Dealer blushing gaze with masterful eyes. Made ia flvo trade James Only wunst. Avis Kiiiih'il. She'd had oi.?, any-wa"This time, Sue, you're going to last term. Will made the high school ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH-TUNewrlch-7-(t- o RED BAND Jane, nurs.Q) Miss Mlller'n pinched fate htarejl too. And Norrls wjiat a. head i. Mrs. eleven, accept me EAGLE MIKADO ..Tl Tmnoo Vinvn until wunst?' ut her from the shadowy re essi of - Anyhow, boy hasl Ashamed? Sylfor business that that's how modest Thrills nnd frill Home the hall. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Jnne Ko, ma'am, ' lje should have It myself, Not 11 bit of t I If I of the com, vester, nowMcu-pivsldun- t coiiibitifltlouj And. Avis grlnjpl U " ' pany became a wfllf In Statu street. they're a right smart set of children " sait 'twkt ' u jjtrl In her teens. g K 2f THRILLS g 4 WOLF'S CLOTHING M pS SMART CHILDREN t Liberty Bicycles 0n Sale ' rlltl cd sepla-brow- n - e, one-hors- 1 - pre-serv- Sep-tsmb- er !trie! :rs "-- . '1 3 i "slnp-neritis- ." . s. e at y) 1 iP jll For die &T Mothers r Vemfmie -- ji 1 CASTOR TA 30 &6k $'. ' S I j I 'A -- YOU. I my-chl- ld, GERMINAL REMEDY s d i9BfeJKy J m FORIONE MONTH dot-no- USE LI V-VER- oh . . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation, ax f good-lookin- g -- I. y. . Every Woman Wants n let-ter- hus-ban- long-haire- round-should- er nj 11 SrtmXslZlvr I ' w for-war- 'I m fefl . y. ..." do-sa- . -- v i j. (I .j- - raTir't r'OtttaaTn'Vcp'O BAf.Tii 200 font n Rhown by n'n "' ",M town, bolng tho same property to tho Farmers Mercantile Ohio t","ulf f,i,", Conipnny of Equality. Ky., by W. A. (' 10, floyr Klrtloy and Mary S. Klrtley, as ,. vs. Notice .''anions I'lUMiurtc MnnMon, Once shown by deed of record In the Ohio V. F. Westorflcld, otot salo. Dof6nflsnk.. & at., County Clerk'fl office. Khonplnro May I to Sold to a Judgment nnd orrtor Pursuant Also tho following described tract of salo In tho nbovoBtyIcil or parcel of land, situated nt Equality action atentirod -1 It? r lt tho S.ptoi Tlttsburg, Pn Dec. 24. Tho Ohio County,' Ky nnd described as tho above styled nun i ' -mansion tho most olnbornto follows: " i ' Beginning at a stono, corner In tho to sell tho he"'-- pii .show-plnc- o castlo over built by n of iiwiUmc estate, for tho of stroet or public road and run .the proceeds of sum 4,"j I'lttBburg mllllonnlrc la dragging Its Jlne ning with the lino of said road in a parties ontltlCd thrctn uino:.g tl' ftrr feathers In ho dust. Abandoned by iiuriiiuu.icrir uirvcuun u lew w "payment Of tho CObU Its family, which has gono to New WMlnir ".'."r; aad the cost of th.s sale, I wilt yne "nViTj 2n. W. Hll llw York, and denuded of its strango and HVII VV itfc- - t UIO ! public outciy lu tho luglu Balo thenco with tho line Qf said alley, for and at best blddor at tho Court .tc-ji- " splendid collection of furniture, tapes-- l southeast 60 feet to the lino of said est KyT, on Alort-da- y door In tries nnd art objects, npeculntlon Is street or public rond; thence with tho House January Hartford, 2nd, 1922, nt about rifle hero ns to what will become of lino of said road 200 feet to tho place tho hour of one o'clock P. M. (It beof beginning. ing tho first day of the regular torm tho houso that was built to outrivnl This being a part of lot No. 8 as all other millionaires' homos by-- tho shown on the plat ot said town and a of the Ohio County Court) on a credit followman who" got Into tho good graces of part of tho property convoyccLto first of six and twelvo months, tho ing described real estate, lying; and Andrew Carncglo In his dny by sell- parties by W. M. Klrtley which deed bolng in Ohio County Kentucky and Is of record in deed book, 42, page Being three described as follows: ing him historic plaids. 52 Ohio County Clerk's office. of land on the waters of South was when Aloxnndcr It. Peacock It Tho purchaser will be required to tracts Panther Creek, and bounded as folsteel stock, execute bonds Immediately after sole, lows: cashed his Carncglo which tho canny Ironmaster In gen- In equal Installments, bearing inter1st tract: Beginning about 4 feet tho rato of G per cent per anest erous mood hnd bestowed upon him, numatfrom date until paid. Said bonds N. E. of a chestnut stump on the west and Fordsvillo 'Corey nnd Schwnb, prior to tho for- to have tho force and effect of a Judg- sldo.of Hamilton Ford N. 3BV4 W. 50 road; thence running mation of tho United States Stcol ment. A lien will bo retained on the 3 poles to a stako; thenco N. 73 W, Corporation, that Peacock found him- property sold to furthor securo the IS poles to a stako; thonco Nl 14 E. payment ot said bonds. 136 poles to a atone; thenco N. C8 W. self with $20,000,000. Given undor my hand this the J4tn 45 pole3 to a stone; thence N. 10 E. l'cncock Sets Record. day of December, 1021. 13 Vi poles to a stone and beech OTTO C. MAItTIN, M. C. O. C. stump on Tho accoptcd manner In those days the south side of tho old Atty, M. L. Hoavrln, bed of Panther Crook;, thence down lor a new Pittsburg millionaire rethere woro somo forty of them to MASTKK COMMISSIONER'S SALE said creek as It meandersN. when W. 55 duced to a straight line, show his standing in tho community f W. 108 poles; S. 20 poles; N. 82 Peacock W. II. Itonfrow, Plaintiff. was by building n Iioubo. 26 W. 24 poles S. 13 E. 862-- 3 poles, S. vs. Notice of sale. 54 E. 12 poles" to a stone Tom Royoutdid custom. Ho set n al's N. W. comer; thence with said building record. He Mnry E. Sutton, et nl., Defendants. By virtue ot a Judgment and order Royal's and I. bought a couple of city blocks and up- - of salo entered in the abovo styled Tom S. 76 E. 66 polesC.toWesterflold's a stone said line proceeded to erect a, action at tho Novomberl921 term Westerfleld's corner on a farm road; on ono of them " thence with said farm road as It House mat nan an me vagaries uii"' ' J1 t the hereinafter described meanders when reduced to a straight architecture from the classical elprop0rtJr8ll paying the line S. 4 E. 30 pole3 S. 20 W. 15 poles forlho purp08eof to tho Queen Anno nnd comprised all judgment of the plaintiff against tho S. 10 W. 15 poles S. 6 W. 28 poles. S. mar-- , dofondnnts, amounting to 527.50, 35 E. 52 poles to said Wosterfjeld's building materials from Carrara With interest thereon at tho rate ot corner on tho west sldo of Humllton lilo to American brick. 6 por cent per annum from April 16, Ford and Fordsvillo road thence wlth-salPittsburg marveled. A hundred 1918, until paid, together with the E. 53 road as It meanders 5 horses woro kept. Everything was cost of tho above styled action and 3 poles N. 10 E, G poles to the be scale tho cost of this salo, I will offer tor ginning, containing 130 acres morel concluded on' an elnborato to n-salo v iw ,n wiin in noiiinir land nt public outcry the the highest or ices. bidder, at court houso o' 2nd tract: Beginning at a stone plrflds to Carnegie, j (,oor best historic Scotch n HartfdrUi Kentucky, on Mon- - in Piaster's lino at a point where the mndo such nn Impression that Came-- 1 (iay January 2, 1022. (It bolng the old Hamilton Ford and Fordsvllle jtfe put him to work selling steeU did j first day of the regular term' of tho road mnde n short turn; thenco running with the aforesaid road as it not lack for Ideas lie adopted the Ohio straight one going forth grandl,Bx monlhs tho foiOWing described meanders S.whenW.reduced to S. 10 W. peacock 80 Pole3, 44 lines are with a strutting tall on a field vertical estate, in Ohio County, Ky and 5 poles S. 75 W. 53 3 poles, 8. 50 s. Tho Plttsburg-mad- o bounded as follows: W. 17 5 poles to a stdne, Tom Royas his Beginning nt a largo Spanish, oak al's corner; thenco with said Royal's otares forth from Dab-noy- 's INCORPORATED and sugar treo, N. W. corner of E. 17 5 poles to "a linp.S. 20 over part of tho houso It Is set In thenco stone; thence S. 13 W. 13 poles; acre survey; 1000 mosaic, carved on tho furniture that south 89 E. 128 poles passing An- thence N. 62 E. 112 poles to a Tmt recently was auctlonod off, paint- drew Crowe at 70 poles to a whito stone nnd white oak; thence S. 68 E. oak and hickory tree, Leo Wimsatt's poles to a white oak; thence S. ed in windows and set off In balus- corner: thence with said Wimsatt's 28 55 E. 97 poles to a hickory; thpneo trades. lino S. 1 W. 122 poles to a hickory N. 32 E. 13 poles to a stone on tho ' Tim mansion Is now for sals. It Is and ash on the bank of a small drain; N. B. corner of a small bridge near said a price of less thnn a fifth of i thenco N. 89 w. 128 poles to two tho old roadbed; thenco with said k i VMl'DkUUlD Ullll UttH 111 IUU UUIOIUH Ub old roadbed as it meanders, N. about l!a,orlgInnI cost would taKO tno Dabney's lino; Ufenco N. 1 E. 128 79 W 91 poles to the beginning, conand all. A public containing taining 70 poles to the beginning, acres, more or less. acres more or loss, and excepttho houso ot most of its 100 Call on Tho Republican for Fine Tho two above tracts are a part The purchaser will be required to poles and 16 links to a stone; thence this poles to a stone on the job Printing. tuffilshtngs. And most ot the trln-"ke- S ing from this boundary 50 acresMary of a larger tract of land conveyed to execute bonds Immediately after sale, N. 1 E. 12 cTay sold by Virgil Sutton and . thence N. 83 costly of their original owner E. Sutton to John 11. Wright, also ex- W. W. Roynl and Mary F. Royal and payable In equal installments, bearing south side of the road; poles and 16 owned by them at the time ot their interest at the rate of 6 per cent per E. with said road 6 5 went for n song. 8 cepting from this boundary death. annum from date until paid. Said links to the beginning, containing J. W. Wright. v'.rCnb local report sayB tho mansion acres heretofore sold-t, 3rd tract: Beginning at a white bonds to have the force and effect ot one half acre. Ohio CounThe purchaser will be required to oak ia the Joshua Bellamy and S. S. A lien will bo retain- may bo converted into an apartment This land is recorded in " Judgment. ty Clerk's office In deed book 17, Brown lino; thenco running about a on the property sold to further se- execute bond immediately after sale, ' house. ed page 140. "bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per jouth 52 poles to a beech; thence cure tho payment of said bonds. At any rate gone Is tho glory of The purchaser will bo required to about S. E. 36 poles to a stone corGiven undor my hand this the 14th cent per annum from date until pald.; pride pf execute bond immediately after sale, ner to S. S. Brown; then 67 E. 84 day ot December, 1921. Said bonds to have the force and ef.the Peacock palace, the bearing infor the A Hen will be reOTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C. fect of a Judgment. Pittsburg during her pristine growth terest at purchaso price, per cent per poles to four hickory saplings, rate of 6 the tained on the property Bold to furcorner ot S. S. Brown; then N. Kirk & Bartlett, Attys. of millionaires! date, until paid. Said 30 W. 24 poles to a large whito oak annum from ther secure the payment of said bonds to have the force and effect of In Crow's line, then about N. W. to MASTER COMMISSIONER'S "SAXjE bonds. ySk a judgment. A Hen will "be retained the beginning, containing 40 acres, Given under my hand this the 14th FINGERPRINTS TO on tho property sold to further se- more or less. ' day of December, 1921. Ohio Circuit Court. THAI BOOTLEGGERS cure the payment-t- o said bond. OTTO C. MARTIN M. C. O. C. Being the same land conveyed to Alfonzo Decker, et nl., Plaintiffs. Given undor my hand this tho 14 tho decedents W. W. Royal and Mary C, M, Crpwe apd J, S. Glenn, Atty, vs. Notlco of salo. December. 1921. CarWDH Huntington, W. Va., Dec. 24, It fs day of OTTO C. SIAIITIN, M. C. O. C. F. Royal by P. F. Westerfleld and Arthur Oiler, et al., Defendants. ylfe on October 29, 1903, and which By virtue ot a Judgment and ordor WcflderiforMc," Just ono thing after another for the M. U Heavrln, Atty. is of record in deed book 25, page of sale ot tho Ohio Circuit Court di- MASTER COMMISSIONER'S "SAIiE "bootleggers. It seems that those of 487 Ohio County Clerk's office. Declares This Lady. rected to me In the above styled, ac- Ohio Circuit Court. Huntington nnd Its vicinity will have JIASTEH COMMISSIONER'S SALE The purchaser will bo required to tion, at fhe November 1921 term of execute bonds for tho purchase price said court, directing me to sell the Daisy L. Miller et al. Plaintiffs. to put in stocks ot gloves "and wear " "I suffered for a long of said land Immediately after sale, hereinafter doscrlbed property for tho vs. Notice of sale. them at all stages of the game as .C. C. Raymer, Plaintiff. Ume wllh womanly weakJ with security to be approved by the purpose of paying the cost of this ac- Kate Dawsofi, et al., Defendants. vs. Notice, of sale. M, R. the result ot the activity of payable in six and tion and tho cost of this sale and di commissioner, By virtue of a Judgment and order' ness," says Mrs. J. R W. F. Keown, et al., Defendants. Itose, Bertllon, Inspector of-- tho local Simpson, of 57 Spruce By virtue of a Judgment and or- twelvo months, bearing Interest at the viding the remainder ot the proceeds ot sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, dl- 6 per cent per annum from' among the parties entitled thereto, I 11 meeting ll to me In the above styled pollco department," who der of salo entered In tho above rato of St.lAsheville,N.C. "I styled action at the November, 1921 date, until paid. Said bonds to have offer for sale at public outcry jtion, at the November, 1921 torm of witn great suecqjiiv ruuuiuB finally got to the place . ovatnm. term of the Ohio Circuit Court, dt- - the force and effect of a Judgment. to the highest and best bidder at the. said court, directing me to sell the in,nrin where it was an effort for .niniuui rectlng mo to sell tho hereinafter A Hen will be retained on the land court house 'door In Hartford, Ken- -, hereinafter described property for the Thesystem has proved so successful )dcacrlbed property for the purpose sold to further secure tho payment of tucky, on Monday January-- , 1922, purposoot paying the cost of thoi me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n (It being tno first uay oi me regu- above styled action and the cost of pains in that It Is to bo usod in running down 0f paying tho Judgment of the piain- - 3ald bonds. my hand this the 14 lar term of the Ohio- - County Court) this sale, and the debt ot tho Bea" .Given under 'tho botloggers ns well. A toll-tal- e tiff. C, C. Rnymer, agalnBt tho de- - da'y ot December, 1921. esmy side and back M., on Dam Deposit Bank amounting to with at about the hour of 12:30 P. femlant, amounting to pecially severe across my lirlnt left on a bottle of booze may Interest at tho rato of. 6 $400.00 per OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. a credit of six and twelve months, the per cent with interest thereon at the! M. It. Heavrln, Atty. now lead tho owner of the print "Qannum (rom September 24,1920, un- back, and down in my following described real estate, being rate of 6 per cent per annum from Ky., con- February 22, 1921, until paid, also A fond clasp til paid, and to further pay the Judg- In Rockporf Ohio County, side there was a great tho hands of tho law. sisting of a'hfluso.and lot. the debt ot Kate Dawson in tho sum ' on a quart of real red liquor or still ment of the cross petitioner, waiter deal of soreness. I was Tho nurchaser will be Tcaulred tO - nf S600.0D. clth fKoronn ot a leap ; nervous and easily upimmediately after sale, the rate of 6'per cent per annum fToni I f, moonshine will now constitute 7, imV until execute bonds FOR FLETCHER'S Jb-set. s in the dark toward a prison cell. Its pa!d and for Jj,g purposo 0f paying nnvnliln In aniinl Installments, bear - August 18 1921, until paid, and a R-- r J worse. ing interest at the rate of 6 per cent distribution of the balance of tho the cost of this action and the costot i . -V alhard' life per annum from date until paid. Said1 proceeds among the plaintiffs and deo-- fr TAKE this sale. I will offer for sale at pub force and effect fendants, as their interests may ap- lie outcry to the highest and best bid- .MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE bonds to .have Do You Enjoy Your Jlenls? ot a Judgment. A Hon will be retaln-eU-o- n pear, I will offer for sale at public der, at the courthouse door In HartOhio Circuit Court. the property sold to furthor se- outcry to the highest and best bidlord, ivy., on munuiiy, juuuurj a, j. --1 onjoy your meals 1922 (It bolng tho first day of tho II. T. Holbrook and W. II. Parks, cure tho payment of said bonds. :?vht you do not der at the court houo .jloor in Hart" partners trading and doln bu Glvan under my nana tuts tno ford, Ky., on Monday, January 2, digestion Is faulty. Eat r..n,lol regular, term of the Ohio Colintv siness undor tho firm name and 'day of December, ,1921 of 12:30 .bont th. hour 1922 (It bolng the first day of the of meats, masticate Court rIy nnd twolvA style ot Holbrook & Parks, OTTO C. MARTIN. M. C. O. O. regular term of the Ohio County .et iivo months, tho following described real Plaintiffs. food thorouKtuy. J. S, Glenn, Attorney. court) at about the hour ot 12:30 . Notice P. M., on a credit of six and twelve jJh'our8 elapso between meals and take estate, In Ohio County, Ky bound- Pottus&.Davis and ot sale.Slsk, partners h. P. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE months, tho following described, real as follows; Tablots Im- ed n&oiie ot Chnmborlaln's trail Incr and rinlntr litifilnnss nn-- l Beginning at a poplar and hickory estate: mediately after supper and you will courses to tho lands of Altord and S, dor tho firm name of West HarU Ohio Circuit Court, A certain tract ot land lying near ' soon find your meals to bo a real ford Coal Company, Defendants, w. P. Taylor, Admr. etc., Plaintiffs. to and Just north ot tho town of BeaII. Keown; thonco running S, 59 J. ii y virtue ot a judgment and orut-- r ; vs. Notice of sale. m E. 22 5 poles to a stake corner to ver Dam, Ky together with all tho pleasure. improvements thereon hounded and the lands of Embry; thence S. about of sale of. the Ohio Circuit Court, en- Lelah Haynes and fiee Haynes, ' "I heard of Cardui and Defendants. poles to a v 3 W. 195 stake tered at the November, 1321, term, described as follows: Beginning on By virtue of a Judgment and order the west Bide of the Beaver Dam and decided to use it," conV3IASTER COMSnSSIOXnil'S SALE Swift's corner; thence N. 88 W. 129 In tho above styled action, directing poles to a chestnut snag; thence N. 9 me to sell tho hereinafter described of jsale of tho Ohio Circuit Court en - jartford road on a white oak. Mrs tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I .L v. 87 polos to a chestnut stump; property for tho purpose, of paying lartu m. ma nuiBuiucf lomi, nil In Circuit Court. ueiia Harrods northeast corner: saw shortly it was beneaction rnd tho abovo styled action, directing me thence-l- n s a northernly course with KM fiting Bullock, Ouardlan, ot al. Plain" - tjienco N. 70 E. 182-- 3 polos to a tho.cdst of tho above-styieJohn me, so I kept it up " snln nnrl ,...,,. ..a whito oak snag; thenco N. 32 W. 48 Hin rnat w thla. v.w, ...... nnvlncr thn to sell the hereinafter described prop said Beaver Dam and Hartford road) wv nf & tiffs. and it did wonders for poles to a stone; thence E. 86 polos Judgment of tho plaintiffs against the erty for tho purpose of paying the 59 . vs. Notice of Balo. poles to a stake; thence S. 87 uuuvu siviuii OI 21 A defendants amounting to thenco N. II. me. And since then I J. L. Addington, et al., Defendants. to a stono;stono; thenCe"8 N. W. E. 36 with interest thereon $15,000,00 coal cost U1B this sale, and umiuu uuu W. to D. in Barnes' oast line, a stono j paying the planted at the tho of 86 . . By virtue of a Judgment and order poles to a the line and In this cor-- i have been glad to praise 6 sum of cent per annum ' ot sale entered In the nbovo styled poles to n stono; thence N. 11 W.13 j rato ot 18thper of Juno, 1921, un- - debt of W. P. Taylor in theper cent nor; thence south with said D, H.I Cardui. It is the best day $220.00 with Interest at 6 Barnes' and Frank Render's lino to tho Novombor 1921, torm poles to a stone in branch; thence'ltrom tho action nt woman's tonic made' Ohio Circuit Court, directing down said urancii. wnen reduced to a5.tu pam, crouuea oy me sum oi iiu from November 23, 1918, until paid, a stono In It. R. McLean's north line; .of the Weak women need a - me to soil the hereinafter described straight line N. abput 64 E. 36 polos 87 paid August 15. 1921, I will of- credited by $100.00 paid September thence N. 60 E. 140 poles to the be di- property for tho purposo of paying to tho beginning, containing 135 Vi fer for sale at public outcry to the 21. 1918, unci the balance to be de- ginning, containing 70 acres, more or tonic. Thousands and among the plaintiffs and . highest and bidder at less. the cost of tho abovo styled action acres. the following pereoanl prop- houso door best Hartford, the court vided thousands, like Mrs. may apKy., on fendants as their interests in Also The purchaser will be required to and 'the cost of this salo, and diviSimpson, have found at ding tho balanc eot the proceds among- erty: Two black mare mules six Moqday January 2, 1922, (It being pear herein, I will otter for salebest execute bonds immediately after sale, publln outcry to the highest and Cardui of benefit tffllieni. the first day of the regular term ot bonds to be made payable to the Beathereto, as their Inter- years old, those entitled The purchaser wjll be required to tho Ohio County Court, at about tho bidder ut lie caurt house door in ver Dam Deposit Try Cardui for your trouBank for the eats may appear, I will offer for sale credit of; public outcry to the jilghest and execute bonds Immediately after sale- hour of 12:30 P. M.t on a following Hartford. Ky.. on Monday, January amount ot its Indebtedness and to ble. at 2, 1922 (It being the first day ot the Kato Dawson tor the amount of her i.i,i,inr a the court house, door payable In equal Installments, bear- six and twelve months, the regular loan ot tne oiuo cunty Indebtedness and to the commissionIn Hartford, Ky., on Monday, January ting Interest at the rate of 6 per ceut described property, Tiz: of the West Court) nt about the. hour ot 12:30 er for the balance ot the purchase n .nnn fT. liafniv tho.nrRr liar lUL llHT H11UU111 lruiii UHLH ALL All the coal properties UUlll lHLlll. ot six. months price. Said bonds to have the force "' bonds to have the reKular term of the Ohioot County . Said of a Judgmoat. the force and be Hartford Coal Company consisting of P. H., on a credit property: and effect ot a Judgment, and a Hen covering the coal underlying the following described A lien will lease 12:30jfect at about the hour 'i the farm called the Smith farm on the A certain parcel ot land situa- will be retained on the property sold DRUGGISTS payment ot i,VM. ho fnilowlntr described real.ther secure the said L. & N,, railroad below Harjfrod, Ohio ted in Haynesvllle, Ohio County, Ky. to further secure the payment ot said Coun- - bonds. Ky together with all min- and"houndel as follows: County, bonds. ' HWate lying and being in Ohio Beglnnlngat a stono N. E. corner Given under my hand this the 14th m ing equipment, coal cars, traeks, rails 4V9I( nounueu anu umuiu """ "'' " Nay of December. 1921. niules, machinery and all to IlayneevlU'e thurch lot; thence day of December 1921. tipples, IVfnllows" iSl. in h town Df quality, OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. wining equipment and appurtenances witty llo of said church lot 8. 1 W. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. O. C. 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M4Z Ef nMrji n inm9jmq9mmMBmmm, kwJmmnv -- r arr tho French cabinet, had mndo a doflnlto dccloion nn tho po'nt and indlcnted that further attempts to recession would bo futile. Under thoso estimates Franco would havo a submarine tonnage of 90,000 an against 31,000 which sho now possesses apt! which It was pro posed thnt sho rotaln unchanged tm-dtho status quo plan of tho American compromise. Tho United Stntes has only 95,000 tons nnd Groat Hrltaln 82.000 tons, and each had offered under the compromise proposals to reduco to 60,000. Disappointed with France All the poworB expressed their disappointment1 over tho French decision, even the Jnpancso, who had' themselves declined to accpt tho compromise plan, declaring they had hoped until today that an ngreement could Ijo worked out along the linos of tho earlier American roductlon plan. Tho most extended reply to M Snrraut, however, was delivered by Mr. Hnlfour. France, declared Mr. Balfour, already had insisted on retaining the Inrgest army in tho world nnd had been allotted a capital ship strength which, instead of reducing her pres-ostanding as n naval powor, nctu-nll- y elevntod It. In these circumstances, he continued, It wns difficult to believe thnt the proposed increase la submarine and auxiliary tonnage was designed as a defensive moje lie charged that tho purpose of so largo a submarine fleet was to mako in Illegitimate attack on merchnnt shipping in wnr-tim- o and added that the whole proposition must be viewed with "anxiety and disappointment," when It was seen thnt tho new building program was to be carr'.ed out at the very door of Great" Hrltaln. In a speech replying In turn to the British stntcsman, M. Sarraut declared tho French government was free from any militaristic desires ar.l had no desire to carry on Illegitimate warfare. Tho French, ho wiri, were merely presenting a program baaed on their national needs, where as the other powers had sought to "authorItatIvely"determlno" an allotment for her without consulting ltnr Just requirements. e or -nt viym wiwi 4 TREBLED FLEET IS DEMAND OF FRANCE well-n- s y '? 't'l j.-T' Delegates Lose POLLY'S ADVENT UIIC POLLY PAItllOT listened ng swims In her cngo, for Mr. ' Dog nnil Mistress l'uss wero telling of tliclr adventures. Mr. Dog told nbout being chitted liy n big bear wlicn lie wns out hunting unco with tits master, "utitlti tlio end,'1 said lie, "wo enptured that boar nndjhe big nig In the linll whs Hindu from' Its skin." "I guess yilii were pro'tty scared tlmt time" giggled Mistress IMiss. "Why did you go hunting bears, anyway? You pro too sninll for tlmt, I would any." "We didn't ko after n lcnr," snld Mr. Dog; "wo wore hunting other gnmc ntid the bear must lutve been lost, or ho would not havo wiindcred Hope In MISS ' a I ft so fnr from his home. "Ho wds pretty huiiRry, Master snld, ond I think he wns, too, by the wny he chased mo, but I guess he wns pretty oorry when he found my Muster had a gun." "Well, that Is come adventure, to bo sure," snld I'ust, "but If you ever caught your foot In a trnp you would think that wns far worse than belli),' chased by n bear. "Once When I wns chasing n mousa stepped on n trap and I nearly lost I ' LTgj Hut Mr. Dog and Puss did not etnp longer to hear what l'olly had to say. That Is Soms Adventure," Said Puss. "I never did cure for that bird," said Mr. Dog. aiy foot and I was so lame for u long "Xor I," said Puss. "I am hure she time I could not run nt nil." would be tough eating." "You lost the mouse, too, I "Oh, I don't mean In that way," said said Mr. Dog, with a laugh. Mr. Dog. "Oh, I did hot cure anything about "I am sure I do nut know what you Mint," said l'uss with n twitch of her mean, then," snld Puss. "There Is only mil. "There are plenty more mice, ono wny to enro for n bird," and bebut If I had lot that foot where could fore Mr. Dog could explnln. Puss ran, X haVa found another, I should like to for her saucer of milk she saw under 'JmowT' the table. "You and I have had s.mio very ex (Copyright) sup-joe." 3lW citing adventures," wild Mr. Dog, "and how nnyono can live shut up In n cage us l'olly does, I urn sure I cannot understand. Kho never had an udventuro In her whole life, poor thing." ' 'How-wow,- " said l'olly so plainly tlmt Mr. Dog dropped his tnll nnd walked out of tho room, for more- thun once l'olly had fooled him and made him think there was nnother dog around tho house. Mistress l'uss hegnn to laugh, hut l'olly called, "Come puis, puss," and (iff ran l'uss, for she, too, had been fooled miiny times by thinking her mistress wns calling her to eat hci dinner when It wns l'olly Just fooling her. Hut the love for adventure wns planted In folly's mind and the next day when the cage door was opened nnd she wns nllowed to tilt nbout the room, herkeen eyes looked nbout for un open window. Hive did not sou one In" tlmt rooni, but when some one opened tho door, l'olly, who was perched Just over It, quick ns n flash slipped out before she wns noticed and then out she How through the open window In tho next room. Up to tho top of a tree Hew Polly, while everybody called and coaxed her to Hy Into her cage, which was hung on thu tree. Mr. Dog bnrkcil nnd Mistress l'uss sat on the ground looking with envious eyes ut l'olly us sho mimicked them both and then laughed loudly. When some one at last climbed the tree l'olly flew uwny to the very top of a tnll telegraph pole and laughed us though she cujojed thu Joke she had played. Hy nid by, with the help of a fireman mid his ladder, l'olly let herself be captured and put In her cage, but after that when Mr. Dug und Mistress Puss were talking of adventures Polly did not sit quietly and listen. "Hu, ha, ha," tlu would laugh, "It took the lire department to rescue me. Talk of adventure, you two do not kno.w n thing about Hhat word. When I had one I made eery one talk about Me-oI It. How-woCome Puss, - Limit On Diving Craft Forces. iffii THE UNIVIRSAL CAR V- s Washington, Dec. 28. Efforts to limit the naval strength of the powers in submarines and auxiliary warships came to nn abrupt end today after they had drawn tho French and British arms conference- delegates In n to a exchange ovor tho possibilities of n future, war between Franca and the Urltlsh empire . The French, nctlng under ronowed Instructions from their government, told tho conference naval commltteo with an air of finality that Frnnci must remain free to build a submarine flotilla nearly three times ns great ns that sho now possesses and to construct, In addition, cruisers, destroyers and othsr auxiliary crnft up to n tonnage of 330,000. To tho proposnL tho Americans, lapnncso nnd Italians replied with expressions of surprise and regret, while tho British charged openly that such n building program must be regarded as n menaco to Urltlsh shores. Arthur J. Balfour added that ho had no doubt, It occasion arose, flrat Hrltaln would be equal to It, but only it she reserved complete freedom of action ns to tho construction of nil types of auxiliaries which might be useful against underwater plaln-spoko- A Sound Investment TXTHEREScan you spend . 'A warfare your dollar will go as far as in the purchase of a Ford Touring car? W in motor transportation $355 Where i'u-.- THE HIGHT THING at the RIGHT TIME By MARY MARSHALL DUFFEB -- A dinner Stowell. LUNCHEON FOR TWO at tftiA avy ,, . lubricates business. Lord "miooth running of her business YOUNG woman In business asks know whether. It Is ever In good form for a young woman to take luncheon alone In a restaurant with a man with whom she Is associated In business. To he sure there are times when It would be distinctly unwise for her to do so, und other times when It would not only be In perfectly good form but almost necessary to the A to these unless she hus.soino reusonnble objection to them. If no suggestion Is made, then she should not suggest the most expensive hotel In town. When n young man has tnken a young woman to luncheon with him ho sjiould always remember thnt it Is up to him to thnnk her for hnvlmririvpn hluCher socIeTy for the time. A young womnn should hardly thank her escort, but sho'uld uwuro the man thnt she has hud an enjoyable time nnd convey by her manner tho feeling that she is eiljojlug the "treat." (Copyright.) N cooking Is good. The gracious young woman will always decide on one of "What's in a Name?" Dy MILDRED MARSHALL rein-'(ton- For more and more men and women In business meet on n basis of good fellowship und with none of the consciousness of sex that characterized the trentmrnt of young women In business somo flfty years ago. Though the over prudish one might my that an unmarried woman ought never to take a meal nlone In a public place with a jnun to whom sho was not closely acquainted without a no sane person can feel that this applies to (ho woman who Is earning her living, liiiuglue asking thu busl, uess associate to permit you to,cend for your married aunt oi mother when obviously the object In lunching with you was to snve tlmo by tnlKlng business ut the sumo tlmo that you hnve luncheon und to better jindertnnd ouch other's business methods under thu fuvorublu Intluence of some hotel's chup-crone, Fcti tbouc Tour mnif j ltihbtom mean- inii wnencc it wi dttlvrdj tlnlficnc Tout lucky dy and lucky jewel. PEARL -- N good cookery. lu general, having luncheon with a business associate is something that utmost every business girl of any experience would ut times consent to do, while having dinner Is quite nnother matter. Thu young business woman cun always excu.o herself on th,e ground that sho does not wibh to remain uway from home ut dinner time or that shu never lets business concerns Intrude on tho evening hours, but she has no excuse for luncheon und, In truth, no one misjudges u woman now-udiwho goes, to lunch alone with the men she knows hi business. II you uek u joung woman to hue luncheon with you. always defer to her In tho mutter of choosing the pluce. If you kuovv of some Interesting plnco you may muko tho Invitation to go to (Copyright.) that place. If It Is not mentioned In O the. Invitation, then the' young man The Not Impossible She.' always nsk the woiuun whether should "I am going SOUtll on inv vnpuHnn there Is'soww plnce that she would pre- to seo my Uancee." fer! If lIw weitlei.s nom and has no "Who is she?" preferences, thw lie wight suggest a "How do I know?" Cornell Widow, ptaew Wb9TO lis, ku&0 tlMt ,ouptti of pie-serv- Muryaiid, menulng "child of light." Their legend o"f the origin of the pearl, u charming nnd beautiful fancy, Is In accordunce with the ancient Idea that the oysters, rlslnjj to tho surface of the water at night and opening their shells In udoratlon, received hitq their mouths drops of dew, congealed by tho moonbeams Into tho lustrous gems which resemble tho moon Itself. The pearl has always been associated with purity and sanctity. IVnrls were chosen ns the Jewels to adorn tho gates of tho Celestial city aud tho gem has had countless uses us a symbol In tho religions of all countries. Pearl Is enormously populur In Hug-lanLll.o Muriel and Molly mid Vivian and Sibyl, It may almost hu said to bo one of tho national feminine niimcs. In this country likewise, a widespread vogue. Wo havo even gone further und mudo a diminutive, Peniiey, which Is populnr In some sections, though a trllto provincial. I'cuiTs tullMiuinlc stone Is, of course, her own gum, the pearl. II promises her grcut charm and uffnblllty, und inni)' friends. It will always guard her from dangers und evil aud o her purity, Thursday Is her lucky day und 2 her lucky, number. The marguerite, or daisy. Is her llower. d. Is undoubtedly nnme of PKAHL price I Not only Isa it nuislcal in sound, but It honors the exquisite translucent gem which Is tho symbol of purity tho world over. The Persian term for (ho Jewel Is SngucMs .Submarine Holes Agreeing that further argumont would bo useless, tho committee turned Its nttontlon to collateral subjects, Including regulations for future ue of submarines, proposals for Unit' tatlon of tho size nnd armament of Individual Auxiliary vessels, and" details of tho agreement already sealregarding capital ed In principle " ships. " For tho American delegation, "Ell-h- u Hoot proposed n Joint declaration m o reaffirming tho obligation of & Taylor Williams arc moving commanders to warn mertheir stock of groceries otc. Into the chant ships before" attack, to refrain building formerly occupied by Dever from sinking vessels, whose crows Co., which they recently pur nnd passengers could not first be Transfer chased. placed In safety nnd to conform In mm general to all the established pracMr. and Mrs. E. G. Allen and Mr. tices of International law. In addi- and Mrs. A. W. Llles of K. St. Louis. a III., wore tion, Mr. Hoot also suggested summoned to McHenry San-da- y change in existing usage to prohibit on account of the death .1 J. W. attacks on merchant vessels al to- Duvall. Mr. Llles has- - returned to his gether and to make submarine com home, whllo Mrs. Llles will remain a manders who violate the regulation month Mr. and THrsj. Alliable to trial as pirates. len will return Sunday. Guns Limited To Sixteen Inches, x General sympathy tor tho purposes IIOVAI. AHC1I MASONS of these proposals wns expressed by CONFER ALL DEGREES tho representatives of all the power but dotlnlto action was deferred. Keystono Ohnptcr, No. 110, R A.i Should an agreement ho reached It M by previous order of adjournment, Is to bo submitted to nil civilized na met Monday afternoon at '2:30 o'- -, tions with an invitation for world- clock) in a session, except for ono . wide adherence. hour tnken for supper, which wns Under a further proposal present prolonged to 10:30. Candidates wore ed by tho American delegation and present for all of the degrees conferglveu general but not final approval red In capitular masonry and a douplenipotentiaries, no ble class for tho Royal Arch degreb. by tho other auxiliary vessel of more than 10,000 Provious arrangements had been tons could be constructed by any of mado for the .reception of a class the powers, and no airplane cnrrlei from Fordsville, but unexpected and could havo a tonnage of more than last minute conditions made It Im27.000 tons. A maximum airplane possible for tho Fordsville Comcarrier tonnage of 80,000 for' thf panions to be present with their vicGrant tims. Ualted States. 80,000 for Hrltaln, 48,000 for Japan, 28,000 fpf , Nouityjre enjoyablo Convocation of Franco and. 2.S,000rfor Italy also v$Rs the local chapter was perhaps overl suggested by the Americans and will held. Fruits and cigars were relish bo further discussed tomorrow. The ed after final adjournment. net result of tho day's deliberations, v I1AL1) KNOB fo fnr us actual, progress Is concerned, was an agreement Jhat In future tall-tie- r no gun of moro than slxteen-Inc- h Mrs. Sue Taylor was tho guest of shall be mounted on a capital ship Mrs. Charlie Smith Sunday. and none of moro than eight-Inc- h The Xmns services and tree hold caliber shall bo Included In the nrma-me- at Rob Hoy school houoe, were well of any auxiliary vessel or air- attended. plane carrier. Mr. nnd Mrs. Ezra Crowdor and French Want to Huild la 1027. son, Kenneth, visited Mr. Crowder's Along with tholr demand for In- uncle, Henry naize, of Balzotown, creased submarine and auxiliary ton- Sunday. nage the Fronch delegation presentod Mr. nnd Mrs. Porry Westorflold of to tho commltteo In doflnlto form, Wysox, spent last Wednesday with butwlth a reservation attached their their daughter, Mrs. Ona Cook, at acceptance of tho capital ship ratio this place. under which Franco Is to hnvo a first-lin- e Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Taylor wore the battloshlp ftoet oM75,000 tons. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Black, Tho reservation- - provides that tho Christmas day. French ha pormlttod to break In 'on Mrs. Ella Taylor, Mr. Leo Sandefur naval holiday so As o and Mr. nnd M,rs. Norvnl Leach were tho ten-yeof replacement visitors of Mr. ond Mrs. Wlldle Wo'bs- begin construction tonnngo In 1927, four years before ter nnd Mr. E. P. Sandefur, Sunday, t- the holiday ends. Miss Ovjo Leols Leach visited her quarters this exception sousln, Miss Bessie Kathorlne Leach, In most wan not rogarded as likely to endan- Friday night.-- . ger lu any way tho capital ship agrge-inon- t, Miss Ella Mao Sandefur of this but It was characterized by Mr. plnco and Mr. Wlldle Webster of Balfour In the conunlttee session as a. Sebrec, surprised tholr many friends sorlous Interference with the holiday' by going to Hartford Xmns eve, and plan. Tho proposal is under consid- getting married. Thoy left Tuesday eration by tho navaj experts of the for their homo in Sebroe. other jiowers and an effort to reach a Wo were so sorry to hear of the decision regarding it probably will be death of Miss Virginia Leach, of Hart mndo In the near future. ford. We remember well the sweet Albert Sarraut, head of tho French llttlo golden-haire- d girl who used to delegation, presented tho submarine live near our home. 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