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Kcown has been qualified FRIDAY, JANUARY 6, 1922. I ' NUMBER 28. them cheerfully but announcing that TOKIIi ACCEP1-- S ROUT she was "ready t6'go home." , IN REGULAR SESSION The White House reception was FOR HARDING JAN. I not tho only ono held In Washington RULES ON SUA CRAFT FQRMACLY QUALIFY first, next, that being tho beginning today. When the Prosldenfrecclvod cf tho new tax year. Mr. Kcown has I Fnlled to Qualify; the public, the Vice President and hndi considerable experlenco ns depu- Ono .lustlco-ElrTo Em- Court Refuses J,Its. Coolldge were at home to severa. ty assessor and: Tax Commissioner, Throng Visits Mansion As hundred guests, whllo cabinet of- Italy's Assent Alone Lackploy County Audit. with n New Faces Seen In Place Of and comes to tho offlcb .may bo knowlcountficials were at 'home to their offiedge of tho duties, and ing To Ban- - Raids On ' Doors Open First Time ' Old; Two Remain cial associates and friends. Secretary ed upon to dlschargo them properly In 9 Years. Trade Ships. nnd Mrs. Hughes .gave a breakfast to and In a manner as to meet with tho Court, Tho Ohio County Fiscal In Harnes3.,,,, the diplomatic corps at the approval of those who know what the com nosed of tho nowly elected mem- Union Dulldlng at 12:30 o'- duMes Imposed upon a County TaXjUera Wtn ono exseptlon, met in Its Washington. Janr 2 Washington, Jan. 4. After a five-da- y P.rosIdent clock, whllo Secretaries Weeks, Den- Commissioner are. regular January Session Tuesday. I Tho new County Officials wero forNew Year's breathing spice, tho C. S. Moxley, the County Surveyor, Mr, Clinton Iglehcart, who was and Mrs. Harding threw the White (by, Wallace and Hoover received at mally Inducted Into office Monday, who succeeded himself, seems to 0iccled from tho district formerly Houso doors open 'o the public today! their homes. arms negotiations were resumed to' day with ari impetus the 2nd., the chango hardly being have a monopoly on ihnt offlco, ns known ns tho Centertown, but now for tho first New Year's recoptlon that swept as the outgoing officials re- he has been filling that position district No. 2, failed to qualify, duo held thero for nine years. The num-slnc- o, NEW CITY OFFICERS somo of the most troublesome probmained around their former posts, TOOK CHARGE MONDAY lems of the conference almost to the well, tho memory of 'tho old-j- to the fact that ho Is postmnstor at ber responding to the goneral lnvltn- acting In the capacity of aids for est Inhabitant runneth not to the con- - Equality and tho officers being in- - tlon was officially estimated at 6,500 point of decision. those assuming charge. A final cgrectnent wa3 in Bight on The recently elected City Officers! trary. It Is said that his vote camo compatible. His acceptapco of tho many of, whom stood for hours in a Sheriff, O. A Ralph mado his first largely from the females of tho spe- - office of Justice of "the Peaco would biting wjnd and In a slowly mpvlng formally took charge of tho local gov- - the question of a revised Chinese' arre.n Monday when a visitor at the cles, presumably on ace iitnl of 'his navo necessitated hla resigning the column of fours which extended for ornment Monday evening, by being tariff. After a long argument the Sheriff's offlco displayed more liquor handsome appearance, as toe prides postmnsfcrahip, which he at the last, blocks from tho Pennsylvania avenue sworn in and holding n brief session tarlfr subcommittee camo together than discretion. Ilnlph has had the hniself upon Icing of the Council. The Doard Is made on n proposal To increaso China's decided not to do. Squire W. C. porticos. .following Deputies sworn In as hM mi excelling John Henry Thomas in nno( who was lormernlly magistrate i The President and Mrs. Harding up of the following citizens: Mayor tariff schedules under an interna' present assistants: Former County that respect." from tho district by appointment, Is met aad shook hands with all, a W. C. Dlankenshlp, members of the tional coimraisslon plan, and tho Far Judge, Mack Cook, George P. Jones, did continuing In tho position and will 'physical feat of no mean magnitude Council: John D. Wilson, W. J. Dean, Eastern committee of 'the whole'Is Hill HImes tho coroner-elec- t, of Beda and Iris Render of Pt. Pleas not take kindly to holding Inquests remain n member of tho Court, so and one from which they showed more A. E. Pate, L. S. Iglehcart, S. O. expected to ratify Jhe decision 'to' ant. The latter has been serving in nnd thercforo failed to qualify. So . nro inTbrnjod .until his successor thnn a few nigns of strain at 4 o'clock Keown and W. S. Tlnsley. morrow. person in tno line nau Judge Wilson was elected temporaAmong the naval oxperts so much, capacity ot uepuiy ror some time, that office at present is ie.ii vacant. il8 appointed nnd qualified. tno iwhen the lait ry secretary, pending Investigation progress was mado with technical defor the former sheriff, S. A. Dratch-- j Judges Wilson and Cary, who aro' Tj0 court as now constituted Is ' passed. ' or, while Jones has had considerable to servo this district in the-- capacity composed of tho following members, i The official section was received and election of a suitable person to tails of the naval limitation plan that experience, having served some three of Judge and Commonwealth's county Judge II. R. Wedding from 11 to 1 o'clock and there were permanently fill tho position. A In some quarters it was declared fiyears as deputy. Everybody concedes tornoy, respectively, aro moderately ' presitliug: District No. 1, J. P. Mc- - approximately 2,000 participating In committee wa3 also appointed to nal disposition of the subject was that the new Shorlff has made a good young men, said to bo woll versed In coy; district No. 2, W. C. Knott; it, hoadod by the Cabinet, tho dlplo-sta- rt make Investigation as to the advisa- only a question' of hour's. Precise In tho selection of his deputies tho law, and ns a matter of course district No. 3, Q. D. Drown; district matlc' corps, members of Congress, bility of electing a marshnll and plans regulations for scrapping ships and-detnnd n successful tidmlnlstration of .ambitious to make for themselves a jo. 4, J. R. Murphy; district No. 5, army nnd navy offlcors, and the hlgh-th- e and arrangements under which the of replacement wero number's "Marshal should be required to work. affairs In connection with the'pinco In public estimation, and we Sam jj. Holbrook; district Nq. G, er otflclals of the government ed amongjhojday'n agreements in the ' The Board will meet again Monday navel subcommittee. Chief Peace Officer Is prac- - have no doubt will render capablo and Mack Martin: district-N- o. Tho brlllllant uniforms 7, J. Wnl- - llshments. tlcally assured. On tho qupstion, of submarine regClerk, Guy nnd gall dress kept tho big state night, that being the date for regit .faithful service. While practically tor Taylor: Judgo Wedding is no novice whon 'strangors to us personally, ono of nanney; Otto C Martin, County At- - rooms o'f tho White House full ot lar session as designated by.ordlnance ulations, which has waited on further advices from the foreign capiit comes to administering the duties, them wo know only by nennng mm( torney has also been In attendance. color while the curving driveways of the former' Council. tals, Japan contributed another step Tne court has transcactcd a co- - were Jammed with automobiles. The of the office of County Judge, having spoken of, yet we, Jointly with the-MRS. WILIIELMENA FEIIR by accepting toward decision in previously served In that capacity. I other Ohio Countlans, lay claim to a sdcrablo volume of business, nmong3t numbers wero swelled by the delownership of tho new wj,-cj- , principle the Root resolutions, proegability, knowledge of tho law and Was tho rejection of tho pro- - gates nnd attendants upon the arms Mrs. Wllhelmena Fohr, widow of posing to outlaw the use of subma experience mentioned, give him the-- ! Circuit Judge nnd Conrconwealth position to continue tho employment conference, all resplendent In orders Mr. Jacob Fehr, and mother of Mrs. rines against' merchant vessels and. ("Sledge, In fitness, beyond all but a very Attorney. of a County Agent or Farm Demon- - and decorations, W. C. Schlemmer of Hartford, died at t0 mako violations of submarine reg-Two Hotiws For Moving. strator. The motion for the nppro- few. who have heretofore filled this House nui uuuie ui vuuuciuui 4iu., ..lit. 'uianons acis 01 piracy, iijiiy mono Tho gates of the White important position. prlatlon or employment naving iusi ' NEW COUNTY DOARD e back at 2 being ill several months of hard-n- remains to accept the propositions lnclosure were swung vote of 2 to 5. Next in line, up the hall, Is Frank OF EDUCATION MEETS I' ... " Court has been doing quite a o'clock for the public to enter, and lng of the arteries and disorders usu- and a, discussion fay the full naval Black who succeeds A. C, Porter, as Tho discussing ways lod by the inevitable small boy the ally accompanying such trouble. committee may take place late toCircuit Court Clerk. Mr. Black Is County Board of Educa- - bit of thinking and Mrs. Fehr was slightly beyond the morrow. L- V- v- -i man or atniity, aunougn wunoui Suner,nJnnd means by which the Public roadstead of a long column which had .. th. nff.ee of woman In somo quarters considerable disVxpcjlence In that particular lino of ltendont of gchools, In the Courthouse and J'ritaes are to be maintained and dured tho January breeze swept lor- aga of 73 years, a splendid esteem by all who cussion Is believed likely before thers -- . .. and. held. ....- -. v wuru i .... wor , uum is expecieu inums win, nn,t trniineted caieu ior, uut ui inesa mmi urV., TCI n .1 lllVlHOri ' nP.tl,,.,i a taM MArr. on. In Geron theRoot'' ,.u..uu by dllllgence and painstaking service, i - C..ln..n Un niAat lm..B10n OH y('ri3ailuuuUll0U6BUiSU a ti , .f AnlnA innflnn u. ...t... , -- ...ui. In two sections, srf lff htfby alterant knew her. She. was born Country is a deflnlto decision France has inmany, having come to this ' that submarine proposals. .,., , not been announced. fully measure up to the records "of 1 "r" V.. WUIWU WUB ' ......u UL UlltHllMUb .l.v n, Ing continuous music could be main- with her family and settled at dicated a desire to see some of the Black has secur- - llUriUIll statement mado by Com past incumbents. flnnnclal at the age of 16, where sho terms of th? resolutions fully distained, began Its program as tho pro- ed the services of Leon II. Bishop, of mhsloner C. M. Crowe, of the former LADIES' AID MEETS The big doors had ever sinco resided. "WITH ,MRS. FltAZIER- - cession moved up, cussed and clearly defined, and altho Mr. Bishop is a young County Superintendent E. S. Howard Centertown. The deceased lady has visited her tho French said tonight they did not wero propped back and for two hours man, bright, and educated for work and the School Board. of just such a character as he will be ' Tho Board, as now constituted is The Ladles" Aid Society of tho the moving mass moved thru the mas-- daughter, Mrs? Schlemmer, of this propose to press tho point, it was in? ' B. Church held a most interesting slve entrance, its individual units, place, regularly during the past sev- dkated that some .troublesome points called upon as Deputy Circuit Court composed of the following persons: Mrs. T. T. Frazler, at Jigging under the combined stlmu-th- e eral years an was quite well known probably would be injjeted into tae Clerk. R. A. Owen, Chairman; W. R. Car- session with by a' number of Hertford citi- conversations sooner or later, by parsonage, Monday afternoon. A'lus of tho music and tho cold. ' Across "tho hall, in the County son, Claud Renfrow, ' ' some ot the foreign powers. Secret service men, ushers nnd zens. Court Clork's office, tho face of Guy Nat Llndley, Otis Slovens nnd Mrs. I. large t attendance was noted, there Funeral services and burial of the military aides cut the Meantime, the American advlsorjf Ranney is seen where that of Claud being 21 members present. S. Mason, County Superintendent, by Blankenship'H formerly was beheld. The following program was ren- - quadruple lino down to single fllo rama'lns took place at St. Michaels, committee met and canvassed , opinSecretary-Treasure- r. virtue of her 'position, Ad- - once it was within the entrance, In Cannelton, Monday afternon. Mr. Ranney has had considerable exions on the submarine question Avltb. Otis Stevens was elect- dered: Roll Call, Resolutions, perience in corporation clerical work the result that the committee's predress by the President Mrs. Rowan Under tholr Insistent Instructions of ed by tho Board somo time ago to HAYS TO TAKE $180,000 vious position for retention of underand bookkeeping, which, together fill the unexpired term of Mrs. W. Holbrook; Parody Mrs. John B. ' "keep your hands in sight" many MOVIE JOB, SAYS PAPER water craft within strict Regulations Coming Events Cast Their velopod a tendency to put both hands with his natural ability unci general O. Reed, resigned. W. R. Carson was experience well qualifies him tor rewas reaffirmed. Members Baldx a. out In front above the waistline and Shadows Before Them, Prophesy chosen to fill the vacancy made by New York, Jan. 4. Postmaster suryey of editorial connmeni and pub- - ' j hold them cording your deeds, mortgages, Isthere. Uniformed police Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. resignation of W. S. Hill. Hays ha? signed a con lie op'lnlon in general convinced them suing your license and keeping tho tho At the close of the meeting light 'meanwhile ombed the column out- - General Will, reliev- tract to become director general .of that the Araerlcan p00plo strongly records straight on the hundred and refreshments were served by the hos- side for cameras, relentlessly mo- one other things he must do as Coun- MRS. MASON HEADS de3ired that submarine operations be ing thoir bearers or taking the boxes tno national Association 01 mo tess. tlon Picture Industry, at a salar yof brought wUnln the considerations ot ty Court Clerk. He has retained OUR COUNTY SCHOOLS away for deposit, Ell ,1,1,1 A ..AA.. A A A A.M.. . W . .Hi. the services of Miss Myrtle Maddox Tho presidential party stood In the ?i.uufuuu u ycai, uuiuiumb iu tuu human warfare. U. S. SENATOR PENROSE New York World. The contract, "at who has held the position of chief DIES IN WASHINGTON oval Blue rodnl Jiist out of hearing Mrs. I. S. Mason was formally Inthe for Jhree years, tho ducted Into the office of Superinten deputy with Mr. Blankenshlp, LOUISVILLE MARKETS of tho orchestra and the visitors pass1-- ' which run? signed more outgoing Clerk for several years. Her dent of County Schools Monday. Sho Boise Penrose, U. S. Senator from ed at the rate of thirty or forty a newspaper says', was wide experience will serve tho office bears the dlstlnct;on of being tho llrst. Pennsylvania, died at his apartments minute. than a week ago, 0a(tle-MidwThis speed was attained market ruled a"K well. Mr. Hays, the World added, hail tlve woman to fill this most important in Washington, D. C, Dec. 31, of thru the Insistent pressure ot aides and jdesfrable kinds fully steady. Of Mrs. Mason, the newly inductTho Senior ad attaches, and the President and arranged a conference with the na- Best han'dywelght butchers sbldrrea- -' position within the history of Ohio pulmonary thrombosis. Superintendent of Common County. ed Senator from Pennsylvania, belonged Mrs. Harding rose to the ocqaslon, tional leaders of the motion pic- dily; medium and Interior kinds Un, Schools, wo have elsewhere spoken Mrs. Mason is a lady of splendid to what is commonly spoken of asmoetlnir the nlnslcal test without ture Industry in Washington January changed. Good call was noted for since Monday, j quaiinCatlons, being well educated, "The Old Guard" of the conservation flagging. The crowd was thoroughly!14' at which time he will make, j.ub Otto C. Martin, tho best quality stockers and feeders County Attorney, whllo a young man, of S0V6rai year8 experlonco In both , order. He figured Btrongly In the ' cosmopolitan, representative ot many lie on his own account his decision to at prevailing prices; common trashy '. "" comparatively speaking, Is a lawyer common and graded school work and memorable campaign botwen Taft races and nationalities. The cltil- - accept tho post. Best milch cows kinds, less active. ot several years experience and comes hereforo familiar with the netds ot land Roosovolt, during the division dren , of whom thero wero many, were sold very well. Good clearance notOWENSBORO QUINTETTE to his new duties with a thorough the schools of our County, asldo from) of the Republican party In 1912, and given spoclal attention. '' BOWS TO BEAVER DAM: ed. knowledge ns to what may bo expect- being onergetlc and thoroughly in , to him more, perhaps, than any oth- "Hollo, dearie," the President Quotations: Prime heavy, steers A I vl rl .. I .1 L'Iinla vw...a. ...Ua HUB aaaIh Vll ed of one who serves as County At- "trinA.ii. ... I, h Mia m tmVH.t IVIn nt I iwiiwwII O lirfilltn f ll u .. ..w.u fmi TI -- ' fcum ,n UUU LUb .WWW ...a n JUDQIil& ah lug tUU a m a.i t r C BO iifc iu nH 7; heavy shipping steero DJ"i'W i.v.. On Saturday night, Dec. 31, wit- $6. torney in both prosecutions and 'an better education. try, wentjtho credit of Tnft's nomlna- - a paternal shoulder, 6.50; medium $55.75; fat I nessed by a crowded h,ouse, the may expect advisory capacity. We tlou. Penroso raroly over delivered The next moment the flickering cow's ?4.58 Basket Ball team lost to' holfers J4.50C.25; tat good service from Mr. Martin, in negroes addresses while In the Senate, but Hue disclosed four small 5; medium to good $3 4.50; cut- Tlftuvfii. MRS. M. P. MADDOX ft Rffirn flf IK 4:1. Tho lv fact, with his equipment he should rather made himself famous by his marshalled ahead ot their mother. lM defeated only once'tora 5anne fully measure up to the high standwork, by the things he was nble to "Why. look who's here." the Pre. visiting team WH ers ?1.50(fG; stockers ?3f5.50; Mrs. Samantha Maddux, wife f do. His tonuro In the chief house ident exclaimed as hn bent over and last season and that ,was by Beaver ard set by a long list of predecessors. v , Dam, They came this time with a, milk cows $2d 65. Nnt Hudson, while f having no Mr. M. Pender Maddox; died at their 0f tho legislative department dated 'smiled into the flashing teeth nnd stronger team Calves Market slow and Epc offv knowledge of the inside work ng of home near Equality, Tuesday morn- - back to the year 1897, having been 'rolling eyeballs than last year, but the that were sweeping splendid Beat veals $10 down; medium ?5f7; ... -- uuuu.j-o, .- .team work ot the home team con-- 1 w,o -- .., ui mi luniks m by. "How are you youngsters?" first elected In that year. .... . common ?2 3.50. !., ,... .U I. -J .. -- - !... . . completely rattled the visitors. uu.uwuu. uv.be ueu u sm- .r. senator Penrose was an ardent i.u..... ,..Mrs. Harding smiled and added' a Hogs Trade active and a brisk Tho Line-up- : supporter of protective tariff poll- pleasant word here and .there while '" , , """ ,. tZ .uno, """ V, demand' noted for the beat hoga. . ... Denver Dttm .w.. ywuuya, wows mo mrem dos and his main houuv was said to she quickly doveloped an efficient Ouciishoro i,uo"lu" " and deslrouof making as cause of her. death Davis Prices on a steady basis. Top hogs, F havo been tho tariff, swing to her right arm and shoulder, Chamberlain pp. Render 165 pounds down, $8.25; 165 pounds F Mrs. Maddox was 73 yoars 11 god a recbrd as the'best hung The. deceased Senator was a man ot which stood the strain as well as the Brower a B. Barnes up $7.75; throwouts $6 down. Bondmant and we predict in advance that his months and 15 days ot nge and had enormous size, wolghlng approxl- - President's muscles, Sheep and Lambs Trade generalG K. .Barnes" keeping watch over th public prop- - been a consistenrmembor of the 300 pounds, he was a baOh The people passed quickly and in Clements Beat lamba quotable G Alford ly unchanged. .oriy anu guaru Ui u.b uu.u, UHBU. , .8t cnurcn since ner eariy lire, hav-- , eior and a man ot considerable perfect order Jhru the east room and Truman Shivlley and at $8 9 j seconds $6 6. RasCfaC as to lng professed faith in the Savior wealth. Subs for Owensboro, will bo- done in such a manner thence to the street, there being M. Barnee sheep $2.50 dowa; bucks $1.50dowH, win commendation from all. and united with the church at the age never an interruption or a moment Leach; for Reaver Dam, Produce Last, but by nowse least down the of 13. Funeral services were' con and Baker. Mrs. W, C. Schlemmer and little ot confusion. Buyiajr prioaa' net to shipper,; tka hall, Is D, E. Ward, tho only raeirtber ducted by her pastor, Rev, R. E. Fu dnuKhters. Elma Fehr and Wilhel. Only occasionally did the President TAX AHSHSMHNT DKOPS alilpaar paying fisalght aad arayaga qua, at the Smallhous Baptist church mena, vho had been in Cannelton, of the former sextette of discover a personal acquaintance in , DAVIHW8 COUNTY chargaa are: IN wno sun w, ua uuuci mo w wwwyuu me remains aepositea in the Ind.,' during the past three weks. the throng, one being Urbaln Ledoux, Bgga CandUd Mc doaaa. ' I .. Alan n narvanlt AM .... .K .1 11 .1 sa (tin lfAOW . 1n4ai,li cornfield mo uoocomntmi iui ma j;m ruuiine (jruuuus Ul UIUI place. and Mr. Schlemmer and daughter whose activities in eonn&ctlon with Poultry Haas, large. 19c Owaasboro, Ky., Jan. 2. Tax ;5 1922, made as ot July the 1st, 1921, j Beside? her husband the deceased Mtae Gertrude who want to the India- unemployment and other aotlvltlets Waaterfiald Has eemplatad aiaall l4e &.; large arlag ahMcMts" Is survived) by one son which cannot be done until after the and twq na city Sunday to be present at the have been notadfraa.uantly. To him a tha awnaumawt at tha aPBrty la Jfe.: sjimc&r tic R,; gmall sprlnaara whole business has been, 'reviewed daughters; Dr, M. D. Maddox ot funeral and burial of Mrs. Wilhal- - tha, Praaidest gave a ohaary graatlng Coaaty rooataaa 8 Th$ total valuatian-o dwiljg 17& 'SafcUm- upon by the County Board Louisville, and Mrs. Ollle, Hill ot and passed Fehr, 'mother at Mm. As tha Una. ran out to axtiaetlaa ?1(3S,6S8. 1 daaraaM at mw p.; g ttwmja, rw. H MWiw ot Tax Supervisors, which win not , Hartford and Mrs. Jewe Klrtley, at r, whteh oMrrl Maaday, rain 11 Mr. HurdiDg aaakaaad forward the 49f as Mfiart with the aaaaaamMt HUim gld tf aotaa: mnp yet. Mr. uoy wquauty, be done for some nine ed to thalr how kare Tuafday, nawspapar aerrMpaadast. $raaUc J far 1929 Coaairy laita l?ri r,. E.."' ni''rT T unci NEW FISCAL COURT e.dOQlANir-SIIAKE- S ' rt ' At-'W- th atls estab-Coucty- , one-four- th f by-"th- ;,,,. , ,JL Ml i I' 1I ll ........ )ii-hl- gh t igu-vum- tu Can-nelto- n; gold-cord- A. -- J Z., cek d ' -- ' 1 O, I $5.-75- (g) ro D-i- -- J?,3' $: , , -- r i v.. ..., -- ..-- 1.- 1 .... T """'",ib uH.i N "n"uuiu.i ene-rgotl- ed -- has-ibee- ( .... ar JT "-" 1 Da-via- aa km f..l; MPT a-i.. w V w "iTil -- H t h, rt -- """V, K. ( - : ;.t. . iu r .4T -- wfi JfcviJ'-ffwJli '&. Sr2ir?F P i;l." ;ax.schedule 13 x ished fountain sirups and carbolic acid gas. Taxes Imposed under existing' Haw Fountain, Train Fnrl), Freight Ami Which Will bo retained nro: Those on . Medlrluo Lcvliv Among telegraph, telephone, cablo and radio Those Alwllshcil. messages; tobacco, cigars, cigarettes Land snuff, ndmlsslons and dues; es Washington, Dtc. 31. Changes In tates; automobile trucks and wagons, . Federal taxes voted by Congress last other automobiles and motorcycles, month will como Into full force to- and parts and accessories therefor; Hero's how they will af- cameras, photographic morrow. films Tind you:" fect plates (other than moving picture When you rido on a railroad train fiimfc.) Firearms, shells and caror nn inland or coastwise steamer you tridges, hunting and bowle knives, no longer will have to pay the Gov- dirk knives and daggers, sword canes, ernment 8 per cent of the amount of stlllettoos and brass and! metallic your faro and 8 per cent of the cost knuckles; smoking articles and autoof your seat, berth or stateroom. vending machines matic When you ship freight you will nd weighing machines; articles made not bo assessed an extra per cent ofl f precIou9 mcta,( and jeWelry, tii mat. Likewise you can sendr! Spoclal taxes retained are those on packages by express or parcel post brokers, pawnbrokers, ,shlp brokers, without having to give up n custom house brokers, proprietors of tax." halls, thoatcro, museums, concert When you visit' the corner drug circuses, bowling alloys and billiard store for n bottle of w ipr slary medi- rooms, shooting galleries, riding acacine, a tube of totoh paste, n toilet demies; manufacturers of tobacco, cU preparation or tho like you" will es- gars and cigarettes; persons renting cape tho vexations stamp taxes. automobiles for hire; cm the usa of When you go to a soda fountain boats, nnd on the employment Of you no longer will find. Uncle Sam child labor. holding out his hand for a penny on Stamp taxes retained are thoso imeach 10 cents or fraction that you posed upon bonds of indebtedness, pay the clerk foria. drink or a plate capital stock Issues; capital stock of Ice cream. salos or transfer; produce, sales of or If you want to sport a pair of shoes exchange! drafts or checks (payable costing more than'$10 or a shirt cost- otherwise than on sight or demand; ing more than $3 you will not have promissory notes, conveyances; entry to pay out a tax. These and all of ofgoods at the custom house; entry luxury taxes on for withdrawal of goods from the custhe other clothing, as well as those on umbrel- toms house; passage tickets, powers picture of attorney; playing cards and. forsun shades, las, parasols, trunks, valises, pocketbooks, eign Insurance policies. frames, e etc., go Into tho discard tomorrow. SurEeons agree that in cases of you live in a place that still can If uts, burns, bruises and wounds, the movie show or othboast of a place of amusement you will not bo first treatment la most Important. er assessed n penny tax. If the chargo When an efficient antlsoptlc is promptly, there is no danger of exceeds 10 cents, however, you will levy at the Infection and tho wound begins to continue to pay a war present rates of a cent for each 10 heal at once. For use on man or beast, Dorozono is tho Ideal antisepcents or fraction. heads of families with depend; tic and healing agent.. Buy It now All for an emergency. ents will got a slight reduction In and bo ready 0. Sold by tax during tho new year, Prico 30c, 60c, their income m Ohio County Drug Co. the extent being $8 for ach t as n result of the increase from U. dent S. ASTRONOMERS WILL $200 to $400 In the exemption on acAID RUSSIAN SCIENTISTS count of dependents. your net If you are married and Swarthmore, Penna., Dec. 3,1. An incomo in, 1921 was $5,000 or less, J appeal for relief for Russian astrono got a. still further however, you will mers read at today's session of the taxes r the normal ex reuu"u, In marriedasmen In this class American Astronomical Society for isulted in tho appointment of a corn- has been Increased from $2,000 to Ynitteo to raise funds for the Rus given no ad 2,500 Single men are The appeal said assian scientists. ditional exemption and can deduct tronomers in Russia were without only $l,000'from their net icome. proper clothing and food and were Whether you are single or married. ecelying no salary. sale of If you made a gain front the eapital assets, such as a building or stbeks or bonds, youv:an pay the tax on this gain at tho corporation Incomo rate of 12 " per cent, instead of at the surtax rate If you so elect. put If yourlncome is such as-t- o you in the surtax paying class you By JONATHAN BRACE will pay in 1922 at the old war rates but In 1923 you will pay at the new XLL WASHINGTON rates which become effective touior story THE Washrow, and which provides for some reduction all along tho line with the ington, the maximum at 50 per cent on $200,000 for state of tho I instead of G5 per cent on $1, 000, 000 Union, is tied gr more. up with two I Some classes of business, . big and of our presi new-talittle, get some relief under the dents. The first Is obvious, for bill, but other classes will have it was in honor of our first presi Corporations their taxes increased. dent, George Washington, that 7 Which did not fall within tho excess the state was named, as a last- - I tng memorial to this great profit making class during the war But 'the actual (vlll have their taxes advanced thru fate of this region was due to t per cent in the tho increase of 2 Piesldcnt Folk, nnd formed the f corporation Income tax. Corporations main Issue in his campaign for falling within this class Include tho election In 1844. and public utilities, tho inrailroads Previous to that time, tho I comes of which are regulated by Fedcountry north of California and eral or Stato commissions through extending to Alaska, which was tjien owned by Russia, was called tho control over rato- the Orecon territory. Claim was The excess pro'flts tax Is repealed, fold to Oils region by both Great j but the result effective tomorrow, Britain and tho United States ni bo reflected In Federal rewill not has been seen In the story of venues until the calondar year 1923 Oregon. In 1818, when the boun year this tax will bo paid on as next dary between Canada and tho f tho basis of tho profits made In 1921. United States was settled, this corporations will not begin Llkowlso lino was definitely placed from f Inpaying at tho Increased normal the Atlantic const to tho Rocky come tax rate until 1923. mountains. But no agreement or oxclse Many of tho special could be reached west of that, I and it was left under nn arrange- - t taxes imposed on manufacturers In ment wnercuy tins territory was many lines of business also go by tho to be Jointly occupied by tho t tomorrow. Tho framors of boards British and Americans. tho new tax law believe this Will Settlers from the United lighten the burden of the public genStates began to come Into the erally as they hold that those taxes, Northwest In such numbers that with but few exception, havo boon the United Status felt that they passed on. Manufacturers who havo should own this section, which Included the present states of their taxes repealed aro thoso turnOregon und Washington, and ing out chewing gum, articles mado of British Columbia, through tho fur, musical Instruments, sporting right of possession. Agitation goods including billiard and pool taIn favor of actively pushing our ploaauro boats and bles nnd ball, claims became so strong that canoes costing loss than $100 each; when Polk was nominated by tho bottles and electric fans nnd thermos Democrats in 184 1, one of tho Jugs. main planks In tho party platform was tho famous ono popuOther taxes which como off Include .... ,....... ... it. larly culled, "Fifty-fou- r m. ..nlttia ntifl nn forty or UlUftU UIl 1IIBUIUUIU Ifivttljuu'u light." bonds of indemnity and surety, while ( sliary reductions aro mauo in ma h In 1810 n peaceful settlement was muue witn England on a taxes on cereal and carbonated-bovor-cgo- a compromise basis. sold In closed containers; on, In 1853 Washington territory I worka of art. candy nnd on was separated from Oregon. It Some now taxes are put on mnnu-- l did not, however, become a stato until 18S9, und then only after joturers, the rate being 5 per contj thirteen years petitioning for adamount by which tho salo price mission. slven sums In the cases of (bjrUeClut Nawfpaptr Syndicate.) knd rugs, trunks, valises, cases, pocketbooks, porta- ," -10-ce- nt ??-piland-$1.2-- now operative Me lamps anil fans. Other new taxes hro imposed on manufacturers of fin i"JAP" NEWSPAPERS STIR-U- P CHINESE Sus- Try To Urectl Trouble For ami picion of V. 8. Shanghai, Illinois Central System Ready mmtu .. a sa aaaaaassa as sea eaaeaaasaaaaaaajspeeaaaajeaaaaeaeai saesa a The Story of Our States China, Dec. 31. PorSam ha a militaristic aggressor, always b6nt oa promoting hl3 own selfish interests, nro being newspapainted by Japanese-owne- d pers, printed in Chinese, which are devoted more or less to the work of propaganda. Insists on A part of thelf program a ceaseless attempt to minimize the friendship by value" of suspecting the motives of tho United States. "Amerlcan-Japanes- o Relations in Their Truo Light" .Is the subject of an artlclo appearing' In tho Tslnan paper Jlh Pao, a Japanose-owne- d published in Tsinanfur Shantung. Extracts from the editorial aro as follows: j "Since the end of the World War and the establishment of the League of Nations many havo imagined that tho woria was steeped In an atmosphere of peace and thaC wars were to be no more. Thei world's greatest problem today Is the question of the relations between the United States and Japan. "From the point of view of Japan tho most important question between Japan and the United States is the immigration problem. When this immigration began the Japanese wero more or less welcoma in the United States but in recent years they have been repelled and discouraged from , becoming citizens. 'Moreover, Japanese children have not been welcome in American schools and the United States does not allow the- - Japanese, to found their own schools. It Is no wonder that such treatment has enraged the Japanese. This difficult question should have been speedily settled but-I- t was allowed to drag along with he result that It gavo birth to the Yap controversy, . "The origin of the Yap difficulty is the cable landing on the island There are three cables ono running to Guam one to Shanghai and a third to the Dutch Indies. By right the cables should be controlled by the Japanese and the United States, but tho United States refused to be satisfied with anything but full control. Japan, of course, could'not agree to such an unjust solution, especially since the Paris treaty had conferred the right of control on Japan. "Somet Americans say that Japan is militaristic, but these Critics see the motes In their brother's eye,' but fail to think, of 'the beam' in their own eye. Since the! very beginning of her history the United States has extended her naval westward. First she occupied the Mississippi Valley; after crossing the Mississippi she reached the Rocky Mountains; next she occupied Guam and the Philip I pines. J traits of Uncle- - for the Tasks of 1922 Tho beginning of a now year Is n tlmo when we pauso to rf view whnt has transpired in the' year Just ended, seeking to gain from our reflection something which will be of vnluo In deciding our "' , future course. Tho eventful year through which wo have Just passed has been particularly marked by restrlctlvo Wo entered the year full of hope that the business dopres-slo- n economic demands upon tho railroads. which had set in would soon spend Its force and that business would again go along normally, but that hope failed to materialize. As a result of tho falling off In buslnoss, tho railroads ns a wholo during the first nlno months of the year earned a net return equivalent to approximately 2.9 per ce.nt a return barely sufficient to pay Interest on outstanding bonds, with no allowupon their valuation ance for compensation to tho owners. The Improvement in net earnings during tho latter part of the year has been slow, and in many Instances It was brought about only at the sacrlflco of badly-nectlc- d A demand for reduced railway rates, In tho face of tho failure of tho mnlntenanco expenditures. railroads, as a whole, to earn a net return sufficient to their needs, niso was restrictive In tho uncer- . talnty It created. however, tho railroads havo given ndequato service at all times. Wo In spite of theso Influences, should not bo discouraged by the present situation, unfavorable as somo of Its aspects may be. We should like to give you In this rovlow a statement of how tho Illinois Central SyBtem has accounted for Itself during 1921, but at this tlmo wo havo compteto Information covering only tho ten K Slno-Amerlc- ' months to November 1. During the first ten months of the yoartho Illinois Central System performed a freight servlco equivalent to carrying 10,2S6,290,822 tons of freight ono mile, ns compared with' 13,200,197,416 net ton miles In the first ten months of 1920. During tho first ten months of 1921, we performed n service equlvnleiH. to carrying 642,365,024 passengers one mile, as compared with 859,526,161 passenger miles In tho first tonnonths of 1920. This decrease In business is reflected In the gross earnings. For the first tcnmonths of 1921 wo had a gross Incomo of $135,926,186 which was les3 than the gross Incomo of tho corresponding period of 1920. or 74 In our expenditures, wo ended, tho first ten months of 1921 with a Approximately $6,375,600 was required to pay dividends on stock for tho net income of $7,772,154. ten months period, leaving a balance of $1,396,654 for Improvements In our properties. However, during the ten months of this year covered In this report we spent a total of $16,2S4,809 for new equipment, over and above amounts spent In tho repair and maintenance of equipment, and a total of for permanent Improvements to roadway, ovor and abovo expenditures for maintenance. This total new investment of $22,899,591 oxceeded the amount wo had left over after paying expenses nnd-- a return on Investment by $21,503,047, which had to bo borrowed. We entered the year with 57,081 employes, but tho drastic reductions in force made nccessary Since that lime there has by tho great decllna In business cut tho number to 4S.049 in February. been a steady gain In the number of employes: When it became known that a reduced scale at wages would become effective July 1st through the ruling of tho Railroad" Labor Board, wo Immediately laid plans for large Increases In our forces, with the roeult that by October we had a total of 00.3SS employes In all departments. In spite of tho depression, the Illinois Central has made a creditable showing. Ono reason for this has been that our" employes have striven at all times to perform their service to tho public In that To them belongs much of tho credft efficient and courteous manner which marks our organization. for what we have accomplished. We take the position that wo are but the trustees of a groat Investment which has been mtufe In this agency of transportation, and that we aro rojponslblo to tho public for our stewardship. We call the public's attention to the events of the year, and glye our pledge that wo shall strive trf our utmost to make of 1922 a year of ctlll greater successes. To that end. we seek your confldonco and" goed .will. Constructive criticism and' suggestions are invited. Through drastic reductions -- 1 - NATIONS SEEK US. RECOGNITION i recognized by tho I'nlted States, they -- ffiSlk CASTOR Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S' I A PLANS FOR BETTER ROADS MEETING BEING COMPLETED Lexington Ky., Jan. 2. Plana are being completed rapidly for the re gional conference on highway trans port and highway economics to be held January 24 and 25 by the University of Kentucky in cooperation with the national committee on high way and highway transport education, according to an announcement by D. V. Terrell, a member of tho university civil engineering staff who is in chargo of tho program. Many phases of road building and maintenance already have been scheduled for discussion In connection with tie program. Included among the prominent speakers who will addreso those attending the meeting will be J. J. Tigert, UnlUid States commissioner of education;' Roy D. Chaplrt, of tho National Automobile Chamber of Commerce; W. K. Hntt, Council; of the National Research Thomas H., McDonald chief of tho Bureau of Public Roads of tho IJnlted nt soldier-- statesman. States Department of Agriculture; Representative John Robibon, Joe S. Boggs, state highway engineer; Miss Harriett Beard, supervisor of safety education, Detroit Mich., and J. C. McCay'of tho University of Wisconsin, ,a THE PEANUT The peanut is a m'ino of riches, containing more protein, or lean meat value, than any other nut known and nn fmmonse store of fat, so that as a food It is a rich treasure.but It should bo recognized and used as a solid food and not as a between meal o tidbit, for It is anything but a or light food. This, however, may be said of all nuts, and one should avoid overloading the system with them, for by this Indigestion formed and undeserved reproach to nuts as foods, dell-cat- J Pleurisy pains are located Just beWashington Thronged With Would- Be Envoys "Who Havo low the short ribs. Lumbago affects Camped a Year. the same region but toward the back. Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the remeWashington, Dec. 31. The clo?e dy in either case. It rubbed in thorof the year 1921 finds rn Washington oughly It eases pain, relaxes the musa host of diplomatic representatives cles and the patient can move about Price 30c. who are looking with pensive eyes freely and comfortably. down the vista of the last twelve 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by m months and Indulging in soliloquies Ohio County Drug Co. over the Immediate future. They are APPROVE WOMEN'S AMBND5IENT In tho United States as plenipotenwhich this tiaries of governments An amendment to the U. S. consticountry has not get stamped with Its official approval as members of tution declaring that no "political, lethe family of nntlons and their "to be gal or cvll IntTjualltles of any kind or not to be" Is concerned with the unless applying to both sexes shall exist In the United States," has been matter of recognition. proposed by the women's party. Le. Inquiry at the State Department gal authorities have approved it and today developed that there Is now in declare "an be no question of or have been In the Washington, Its constitutionality. F. P. Walsh, the United States within the last year, representatives of thirteen govern- labor and Ijjsh leader, says that such an amendment is tho only way to ments which this country bo far has "approximate Justlco as affecting the recognize. refused to sexe3" and that without It the woProminent among those govern- man .suffrage nmendraent amounts to ments aud Soviet Rus- littlo. sia. The form or government maintains In Washington an Ambassador The liver loses Its activity at times and a complete embassy" staff and has nnd needs help, Herblno Is nn efmaintained them oyer since the Unit- fective liver stimulant. It also puried States withdrew Its recognition fies the bowels, strengthens digestion from the Mexican Government. Rusand restores strength, vigor and sia has not been officially represented cheerful spirits. PrJco 00c, Sold by In this country for some time but Ohio County Drug Co. m has made repeated although futile efforts to obtain recognition In tho A CHINESE PUZZLE last year. The other governments who havo In Pekln, where tho telephone sys-tehad representatives here and which is operated by the Chlneso Govstill are unrocognlzed are E&thonla, Latvia, Lithuania, Ukralnla, Albania, ernment, the directories aro all printthe Irish "Republic," Afghanistan,. ed in Chlneso characters. As those the Far Eastern republic, Gautumala, aro not listed alphabetically, but by of Vladivostok and tho number of strokes In the Initial the republic character ono can readily Imagine Greece. The caso of Qauteronla is the most that the search for a name Is often, recent und extends back over a period In a very literal senses a "Chinese of only a fow weeks following the re- - puzzle." Foreigners are usually comvolution which, overthrew the. rec- pelled to hire a Chinaman to find a ognized government at Guatemala number. City Decembor 6, and brought into being a de facto government. In addition to the above there- are FOR FLETCHER'S at the close of 1921 four other nations which have not sought to be f are-Mex- ico m .. C.H.MARKHAM. President, Illinois Control System. SPENT $2,000 BUT . ' FOUND NO RELIEF Virginia Woninn Restored By After Three Hospital Failed To Help Her. Tan-la- c "I was sick for two years, had one operation, was treated in three hospitals and it all cost my husband two thousand dollars; but I never got well until I took Tnnlac," said Mrs. V T. Alexander, P, O. Box 17, McDowell, Va. "After I had the operation nnd got homo I commenced havlnc terrlblo nervous spells that almost set ma .. .u. t I.UUIUU k IUIUO IliySCU HI m! onough to build un my strength Twlco again It was thougnt that a hospital trcatmont might help me, and after I left tho hospital tho 3rd time I only weighed a hundred and twelve nounds nn."l hmi tuun so bat) Off for flva wenka I illdn'f Vnniv ho the time what was going on around mo. "Soon after I got home in" husband brought mo a bottlo of Tanlac and It helped mo so much that I was soon nblo to sit up, I've taken threa bottles now, have gained soventeen pounds and am now strong nnd well Many people aro now taking Tanlac on my advice nnd thoy'ro all getting good results. I wish I could build a big hospital, fill it up.wlth patients and glvo thorn all Tnnlac; for I feel that I could help suffering humanity moro In that way than any other " Tanlac s sold n Hartford by Dr. L. 11. Bean- - and by all leading druggists everywhere. . Ther Is mor Catarrh In this ittlion of the country than all other disease put together, and for years.lt was to be Inourable. Doctors prescrloea local remedial, and by cosatantly failing to cure with local treatment, pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, Kreatly Innuenced by constitutional con dltlons and therefore requires constitutional treatment. Hall'a Catarrh Meoi cine, manufactured by T. 3, Cheney Co., Toledo, Ohio, la a. eonatMutlonsi Ohildxen Ory CASTO R A thru the Blood on tho Mucous Burfat.e of the. Syitem. On iinmirarf Dollars ward Is offered for any case that Hah a Catarrh Medicine ralle to oure. Send for circulars and teetlmonlals. P. J. CIIKNEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Bold by Druirglita, 7Sc. Hall'a Family Pills for COBltlpMlOtu omeuy, u lauen internally ao ";: rr , '1 w ? 'sfj- 3 - 1 the lato Mr. Fahronhelt. who went or Herschcl Island; LONDON IS NOW tMo In Au""st lho inrluk was caught c a nriPMcn rL.AV& "pon ag jt fhoory thnt zero was nol'ns A C0)a A aAUUtilN XLU oi gmed, so he left spaco be In tho Icb floes. She drifted with 5 low It for tho mercury to sit down the Ice, and during tho following Prices RIno Rapidly AIichiI of Pay winter sho was carried across th e City Goch to Bed nt 11; Influence Of The centigrade thermometer begins CauiCNHaiUNlitp. counting at zero; consequently Jt is ArMli HpAan. Defence Of Realm Act KCt flnntentglSTluidtoOfal much warmer thermometer than tho Continue In tho following January tho vesVienna, Dec. 12, A dscp unrest, sel was crushed by the Fahrenheit variety. and lifTTTl iTvtTTTT The thermometer fells you how hot preceded tlio furious rioting which sunk sixty miles north of Herald For InfantB nnd Children. London, Dec. 31, Th.s ono time IttTfUVIW raged In this city when hotels unujinnu. At Orot time the sun bad not metropoI,8 of the. world baa forgottf it is. In this It has nothing on every stores worn mined nnci- nersons woro -- nnnnnrmi nimvn tim iinriznn. nnd tun .now to .oe gay; u nao iosi us capaci-, - one of your friends. Your own ther- -- " ....,.,.. . . dracKcd from automobiles and bent- - absence of lleht made traveliricVn tho ... . t. mometer Is a source of pride to you ., .....,.., .. ..... Ior onJymnw miuuiBiii. .."...:.:... -nuu. iiazuruuus. uii iijr iiiuus, no tuuivu ui. tnui. num. ica uiiucuii supper parties aro things of th lf It registers higher than tho one and next door. unicago rost. With tho tremendous fall In the ox- Tho majority of tho members do past. cbango valuo of tho crown bb com- - tormlned to camp on tho Ice floes un report Kyu Restaurants and railroads i iilNT POTS SHOW V ALConoL-orEncnN- T. ,. ,... onn tin ml wltli ulnmlnril vnlnpa them hfld ll Iho Ml... rsnnnraroil. lint- nn- Poll an extraordinary slump In patronage ..w...- - .. ..,.... .( VANITYOF OLD EGYPT or rUary 5 Dr. Mackey with threo others accompaniment como the usual AVcic ablcrrcparationwrwLondon hatf beon demor. nnd dcc,are panlckyjirlces In the effort to keep took provisions nnd supplies and set allzed, hypnotized nnd broken-spir- lIngtbcSlQfiachi7ndbgtorfJ 1 London. Dec Gl. A conslcnment cur out to make for land, up with tho dropping valuo of The of Eastern vanity bottles 2,000 years restrictions. Ited by war-tlm- o renev. tho merchants, as a rulo ad Seen two clays later by other mem- - lty now deliberately chooses to go old reached London today. Some were vancod their prices more rapidly than uers, Dr. Mackey did not nppear to o bed at eleven.. ' ThcrcbylTOmounBiiK""" found with mummies of Egyptian advance In the wages. It was evi- - be In good condition, but ho and his the go the night llfo of Lon r. ChccrfataessmWMesw-women of fashion; others came from facing ono companions refused all offers of as dent that tho country was don Its suppers, entertainments and a Roman tomb In Nazareth. neither Opium.McrpMncner Atrtans If- 1im1 rnn t.A ....v.ai.. - .... slstance and transportation back to dances was ono of tho prlnclpnl fea..j.-- . TJl IIIU UUIUGtUUO MncnI.NoTlAncp,c They are stibium pots from the Trcntod In Its brief history rs a re tho main camp. tures. From eleven at nrght to four tolletlnbles of vanished beauty. Sti n..7Z7Z?:mnimMDr. Mackey and his companions In tho morning wns tho gayest period public bium Is a preparation of finely pow could- - were never seen or heard of again I 1'eopla complain oil that they Jrtn 1 1 of the day. People camo from afar no longer buy cvon cnbbags or pota though' four relief vessels wore sent for tho pleasuro of a few nights In the ereu antimony, wun wnicn tne igypt, wonen darkencd thelr eye.llds w , toes. Meat wus prohibitive and fats out. I city Il and penciled their eyebrows. H'nrtl Sid Lord Ashmoro. held that tho rea- $oth nnlmnl nnd vegetable, had die And then, Just six years ago, camo "" I Times have made these little vanity Dr. Mac protest Inferenco was that rippcared. Meetings ot fTpw lit"-- ' ut tho heavy hand of what was known very thin and lrredescent. ... i..( . all sorts of organlzn key (iled on or nbout February 15 as "Dora," otherwlso tho Defense of bottles Tiel.i unllv-b- v .um ap r They shine with beautiful prismatic 'riTiriiTw.. ... ..t'-ConpaUandDlarrhoM tlons and tho mutterlngs grew louder 1917. was made Illegal tho Realm act. It, " tints of rich gold, green, blue, purple, .. t Observers predicted serious disturb' to obtain a drink after nlne-tfilrtand red. came. Don't You Forget It. ances when the cold Weather LossofsPT Dancing was practically ruled out enWhen they arrived they were full :':& n....- - I Tho automatic wilding scale, or ni .!. v ...... .v..m.m" Even restaurants of desert sand. Held against the iJVUl III n.l..1 4Ut rhntrt1inr1nfna' tirely after dark. iiliuu lir rt i IZi'TSn' . "'. .."!-- '' J I..IT of Zeppelins light, they show lowances In nearly nil public and Tal)iot3 not on)y m0ve the bowels but had to shut at .. that a dark deposit ymotit met the situation jmpr0Vn the appetite rind strengthen and, economy killed London's nrlvntn gay k.HU JXUCAW has eaten Jts way into the glass; if to Knmn extent, but it was only tho dlcestlon. They contain no pep- - evenings. Is centuries old eye 'paint. tbmporary alleviation, because read ctn nr ntlir (Hpptlvf ferment but Two months ngofter three years . mm , Justnunts did not keep pace with ad strengthen tho stomach nnd enable It of4poaco, tho restrictions wero lifted. MARKETING A NEW PRODUCT natural- - It Is now posslblo tc got a drink In in nrleos and thero was ab to perform. Its functions m London until twelve-thirt- y folutelj- - no attempt at government k and even from Mrs. Dexter, somewhere - .i.lll. iinnmnlnvrnGIlt -- ...r.up to four In the morning In places "dpwn-state.- " in nuinnum Control was enjoying her flret incosts production Shampagne can rlda lu a crowded street car in Chl- HOW HOWKLLS SAW IT sP5daIly favored. l Increased as prevented creased to an extent that now bo drunk openly Instead of 'out I cago. It happenedithnt a health of Exa Copy Of Wrapper. crrr meetTMl ctNT,u, company, ncw o tho Austrian producer frdin A reporter onoe nske'd' William D. of cup, and It Is no longer necessary ficer, In th performance 6f his regor Siech competitor. Howells shy 11 was that-hi- s novels to carry a pocket flask Of whisky. It ular duties, was taking a sample cf ing his Oermnn make It is virtually impossible to did not sail nearly as well as seemed as tho nothing stood in the thenlr fn the car. Mrs. Dexter saw contracts Involving future delivery tho'sft of . and here tho reporter wny or Londoners reverting to their his niantpu.laflons, but could not for exof any article A shoemaker, hhlf dozen well-knoformer habits. mentioned thrm; so she turned lo a customer that n names. ample will tell a At any rate, tho restaurant, (hea-er- s policeman v1jo waa sitting next to "approximate-- i -pair of shoos will cost and dancing places thought so. her. , Mr. Howella replied: "A certain That may mean n'uaok stood one afternoon before the Thcy-lalok nan crowns.'' all their plans for an orgy "f be.g your parclpn," she said ..".;,- from ao.ood to 40.000 - door of his rich' niansjon when a phy- - of enjoyment and expected nt big "but can you ulmeT"what thnt man ...,,. ,tiirireil two or throe wseks s uu,uv boom. ,The "tubes" tho subways" of Is doing?" clan '- V iariiiiic passed. Tho two men fell into talk London, agreed with, them, and in later. the of- -- pern physician, a stead, of stopping ineir service ai Lflcer. "Ilo's bottling the atmos A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. dTatreas and the tndfcestlOn or son, said rathdrMjItterh' to the quack: midnight, ran trains until 'y' phere." ' relUvod by i' of tho stomach is Instantly , "How comes It that you, wlthont They had visions of a heavy exclaimed "For merer 's "'sake!" It forces Uie uiuuy u.bi-...Hcrbhie. traffic. duration,' skill or tho least knowl "What won't they do body and restores .i nn i nt th Courier-Journ- al All woro wrong alike. Londoners next! edge df medicine, aro"ablo to live in Jo thev can the air and sell In the stcmach and bowels. Price the style you do? You keep your bad forgoten that there were such Youth's Companion nowadays? it per bottle. Sold by Ohiojuouniy town boue, your carriage your motor things as suppers after the theators i ft m Company. GARY-SEE- S They-coulDrug not realize that late trains NEED ind ynlir romtry ruse, while I, --"'-. FOR MORE WORK Largest Morning Circulation v to possess some knowledge, were permitted or that It was really .. t.vvi fllNfiS IX " hnv none of theso things, nnd. In legal to danco after midnight. .The ' ; of Any Kentucky Newspaper v. s. nniuxa vi:ah deed, enn little more than pick up a early-to-be- d habit had grown too New York, Dec731 More work, x economy and enforcement of law and strong. bare subsistence?" New York nee. Regretfully the tubes have had to order aro the prime essentials of the I The quack laughed good nnturedly. worn lvnched In the "United They have, even day in the opinion or Eiuert Ht uary, "Look hero." said he. "How many admit tho fact. States this year tts compared with is people do you think havo passed us counted tho passengefa leaving Pic- Chalrmnn of tho United States Steel tn 1920. said a statement prestige and reputation.'. is Enjoys a nation-wid- e you asked mo that question?" cadilly Circus the heart of London Corporation, who today issued tha for the since sued today by tho Association "Well, said the other "about one. on four trains leaving. In various following statement; essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news Advancement of Colored reopitr. "Readjustments and reconstrucdirection at 12:C0 nm. On ono there hundred." burned nllve,; matter first consideration. Four wero publicly people, on another tions aro not complete. Difficulties "And out of that hundred how jvere twenty-tw- o wero burned after death; two ma'ny do you think possess good, com-mo- thirty-fou- r, five on the thlrd.thlrteen and still embarrass and Industrial disone Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and lynching victims were women sense?" the fourth eleven, Antleach of these turbances threaten. Misslsslp-p- i as deorgla and tho other in peoin 'Extravagance and Indolence Frankfort. Member of tha Associated Press. the reply. "Possibly one.'-wtrains Is scheduled to carry 800 and six victims of mobs were Crimes and misdemean"Well." said the quack, "that one ple. No wonder that transportation white men, the statement said. With important legislation coming before Congress comes to you, and I take care of the authorities aro debating whether late ors are common. Profiteering still thirteen lynching? ninety-nine..- " U attributed Washington Herald exists. traffic Is worth "while. and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The TJqur-ier-Journ-al ... each to Georgia and Mississippi; six . "Thero Is urgent need for more It may bo that under crushing-taxatio- n five each is the daily newspaper you will need. each to Texas nnd Arkansas; everyone Is hard up. Perhaps work, economy ana saving. &incierj NO SMOKING FOR to Florida, Louisiana and South CaroGIRL STUDENTS war horrors and bureaucratic re- observance 'and enforcement of law) lina; four to North Carolina; two to strictions have knocked the gayety are. demanded.-Alabama and one each to Kentucky, "Even though tho present period womon's dormlto out of London's heart. Whatever the Smokinc in the By special arrangements we are now able to offer Missouri Tennessee and Virginia. rlea of the University of Chicago has cause, London Is now a sadder place is somewhat critical, It is certain the was assigned as tho cause peace, Murder provincial opportunity --for established . by President H. P. than many a second-rat- e THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L lynch-ing- s, been prohllteTl for olghtcen of the reported progress and prosperity Is better than JudsonJ It was explained that the city. AND and nineteen were attributed to , ever before dean of women" nnd cher officials V alleged assaults on women. commercial, financial social and. pohad protested against what they con EMPLOYEES OF TELEPHONE THE REPUBLICAN SYSTEM NUMBER 225,000 litical are Improving and will bo excessive smoking by women sidered Tho Dost Cough Medicine. more satisfactory during the present Both ono year, by mall, for only $5.75. a druggist finds that his cus- students. When mm are overJ225.000 employees year than they wero during 1921. Of There a certain" pretomers all speak well of System, of course, the situation may be changed In tho Bell Telephone To the This offer applies, to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but paration, ho forniB a good opinion of you' not like to feel that whom 15S.000 are women. ' More. by failure of the Washington ConferWould , only to people living In Kentucky, Tonnessee or Indiana. New subof such a mediIt and when In need per cent of the wo ence, by unfavorable legislation or by - your stomach troubles are over, that than etishtj'-tw- o scriptions may,. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewalswlll cine is almost certain to use it hlm- you can eat any kjnd of food that you men nro tnlhnhnno onorators neglect to thoroughly and contlnuous- date from expiration of present ones. felt nnd in his family.- 'ims is wuy cravo? Consider then tho fact that oii-tiinpii Tfelnnhona Svstem b' maintain law and order. We have it kll( ' bo many druggists use and- - rscom- If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tha Chamberlain's Tablets have cured employees wero to stand side by side no present reason for exacting either mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. others why not you. There are many grasping pach other's hands this Rye of them." Louisville Times for The Courier-JournaJ. D. Jones, a well known druggist of who havo been restored to health by telephone lino would extend irom Send or bring your orders to tho office of Lame back may come from over1 Auburn. Ky., saS'S, "1 have used taking these tablets and can now eat uosion to xsowxorK. Cough Remedy in my work, cold settledI In tho muscles of Chamberlain's Suppose that, a message of three any kind of food that they crave, in he back, pr from disease. In the two fumily fpr tho pasV seven years, and words wore given to tho first em- found it to be the best cough have hnV?m,ffiJy Ployeo located In New York with-th- e i"7Ter.nc" m medicine I have ever known.- v averting Its head when a powerful request that" this message be relayed B,ALA,nD S WORRIED WIVES-RE- AD TRANSPLANTING In light was directed straight at it. through the'ehalu of employees to be co-kd- s EYES A SUCCESS l ie the f want: shout The two professors are now turnthe THIS Boston. , Even It,,.., employees wero prompt cctef satisfactory. Price 30c, , .,.. ing thoir attention to monkoys and" .! COc and and n Although the Federation of LI. .".1 1 "'uu... ,: .v.,u.. H.20. Sold by Ohio County Vienna Scientist To Turn Attention if they achieve success, they will . .w uH inaiuniB --m at Chicago university voted to To Experiment With then come to the crucial teat tho " ' speed the last employee m Monkeys q. , -place silks, laces chiffon and ela-- 1 human experiment. ,f Hiubindi i. nn.in th. thru vard WORKERS ON STILTS i borate dresses and hats under Uie oan Dr. Koppanl believed that mondaya-a- f 1 than two and one-hnWill Be Helped Jy Gude's morethey wero uttered In New York for campus wear, tho mooting near London, Dec 31. A step further key's eyes could bo grafted on Laman ter Qt nien , Eugland earn ThoU8ands Pepto-Mnnga- n ly broke up In disorder when It was whereas It tho messago were. sent lne,r UvJng dur,ng a conslderabie has been taken in the science of trans- belugs.. suggested that shirts should reach When he Is able to collect suffione living thing uoa bojjav euoqusiai Bqi jo im juao portion oi tne year dj tneir ammy 10 planting the eye from v. within eight Inchoo of the ground. A cient funds monkeys will be bought . . .. .. . or to another blind one. ectlng these, two cltle Jt would pass aiK anu worK on tau stilts, .mosi compromlse.was reached placing the Dr. Theodore Koppanl, a young and the experiments will be carried Is he "cross as a bear" when he practically Instanteously. them are employed in the hop fields height from tha ground ,..... uuu n . I . authorized n m ..! Vienna scientist, who- - haa already out on them, So far the doctor has comes pome i is uu ubivuuo of Kent and other districts, wher frogs and only one monkey, the gift of a man at 10. Inches. A regulation dress bit pale and always jtlred? You can THE THERMOMETER they have displaced the hlglf steplad-der- s grafted eyes on blind fish,higher suc- In a'dopted which all college wowas Vienna. rata, has now achieved a with Gude'a help him back to health formerly In use. DuriuK the a Dr, Koppanl was asked whence he men wilt bo urged to wear. The, thermometer is a clever little pole stringing season, the stilt walk cess. This time the animal is and Ho Is would got humnn eyes with which to the wonderful blood Instrument composed of a scale on orgi tWeivei feet Irom the ground, per rabbit. ....tviin xis AtmTin A correspondent was Introduced to supply blind men and women. i and withou1 - TRIP TKlili OF HARDSHIPS tonic with the right kind of iron in it. w hlch numbers are printed al various form lha work wlth an equally famous The correspondent; waa shown a will build him up. Help your hus-- j Intervals and to which Is atached a ,OBB of tJmo or mot0, A trained Wr. W. Kolmer, aiding Dr. Koppanl letter from an English woman llvlnt: band get plenty of red blod and hollnnc piece of glass which has a bulb stutman will do the work of four or scientist, who is Edinburgh. Deo. 31, A thrilling ... .. and the two men showed him all Jn Jersoy who offers one of her eyae .... w. again a II.A Itnllnni d If.w w 111 be well and ni. i,u uu..iu.... T.lfro nthur lmltintia, uve men worKing wun siepiauaers story of one of the survivors of the as a gift to a mau blinded in the war Its their collection of animals. ... a ...tin , nmariltlnn of and stronger to. Good blood, good plants, the thermometer attains. r .- ....... ,, .,., She slgsM hcreelf f,V. A. D," A rabbit was bro'iehL from a hutch SiewauwuH ,i ..- - , .greatest height tn thasuimer time. I . Two other offers have been made, 1913 was recently unfoiaed in me Dr, W. Kqlmer, an equally famous mercury. When, is the way it ft you don Inside the bulb is He had ono from a Cuban and one from a Court of Sessions at Ktllnburg In cor,- that weeks ago it was blind. mercury Is warmed It expands. When petition to prume the Kve him some kind of a tonlo he will a grafted the yea of another rabbit oh Hungarian, who Is willing to sell w begins expandi.ey For IafAmts aad Childrea ususllr do a man gets warm he ' Burgeon Dr. Allster probably get wors.r-tlIt, and he claimed that the experi- of his eyes, Go to the drug store and ask for ng" also. If .you sit next a fat man In In Us Edinburgh. Over Mackey, of Pathetic letters from blind MMPM ment was entirely successful. you will notice thte, He or the Glide's Pepto-JiangaS w McKlnley. the magnetlclan, - tablet form. n It is pie. in liquid take will street car until he crushes you Always The rabbit showed every sign tlit all over the, world are MMiMmPprZ spread out jant to the su7-aJuly, 1913, the northIn the-sidOF, Tne Fah- - Signature of J W It could see jwfectly. recoillsg. frey nopjiani am a i(m a?n of the wm w wrwmw-raity of the expedition sailed and works wonders if Ukw dally fqr aealnst n $290,000 as the iiriee at a stick placed near its heed rembelt thermometer wsfavented by, few we?k. Adv. on me partus from Nome, Alaska, VIENNA IN GRIP rtF rtFPP ITMDCCTi , . V, .. . aop 4 I.aJI1Aa. CASTOR!? Genuine Castoria Ice-pa- ck ....... .....,..W " Mothers Know That Always .. ....,.,..., Bears the Signature of &Atp - II ff 4 In ffT M Use y. andFcN-crishncssot- For Ovei ton-thirt- y. f'-S- .,.j Mil 3te,ssrs Thirty Y.ears ' M d Which Daily Paper? Tt..,rn plain-spoke- one-thirt- y. -- - pbst-mldnlg- ht i.rA Mrs.-Doxte- r. The d ,.. - ' A It t. -- u Ml t A I I I .L. Tr l. -- - - hf skirts "Wo-mn- .;... r :.. ..., ...-..- ..,, -- p and-accura- ... hir n, J'" "" lf . V 1 Pepto-Manga- run-dow- n, Pepto-Manga- .". ... ra 4 good-nature- ei ...... ..-,- go. SoMfi Jbe CASTORTA 30 Yr Ffr bw S M ' 1 . Ml' , ?- e4 mum X X .fc..fr-rM- i '' (l, rf.Jf---- t' f iiritiMcltn ,..inni uHfPpP x; th mtg'ff ",.-.- , -- " -. ."sT . X. TJhe Hartford pARTFOIlD Republican Published Weekly by Incorporated stltute an attempted evasion of the draft so as to deprive the service man of a bonus claim under the Minnesota Kfport Or Audit statute, the Minnesota supreme court hart ruled. AUDITOR'S REPORT Of Supt. K. S. Howard's 'Account 1, 11)21 to Jnnunry J, 1022 for Period From .Tuly f . Hnrtford, Ky., Dec. aisO. 102t Farents or wives of Americans who Having been appointed to audit thd accounts of Supl. E. S. Howard, died overseas during the world war from July 1st, 1921 to Jan, 1st, 1922, beg leavo to report that I hove W. S. TINSIilSY, "Editor and whose bodies' have not been re- completed tho work and would submit tho following report. and Business Manager. turned would have an opportunity to Receipts visit tho graves of their deceased nt 1921 ttlO government expense In a resolution lEntnrml according to law at $297.42 July 23, L. H. & St. L. R. R T. & F. Tax, Pnafnfflcn. Hartford. Ky.. as inalll Introduced into Congress by" Rep. 239.72 August 2, L. H. & St. L. R. R., Fran. Tax fewtter of the second class. Hamilton Fish, New York, n member, August 2, T. P, Williams, Salo of lot 25.00 Legion. The resolu100.56 to bf the American August 2, L. H. & St. L. R. R., Tang. Tax Address nil communications tion directs the Secretary of War to August 23, I. C. R. R., T. & F. Tax, Beaver Dam, . . . 422.69 "lThe Hartford Republican. provide transportation to American 298i36 ugust 23, I. C. R. R., T. & F. Tax, Rcckport VTashington. cemeteries overseas. August 23, I. C. R. R., T. & F. Tax, C. Park, ....... 475.47 NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent y a new address must give the old Vidrcss in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per Uje for each Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions. md Cards fit Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for Mb. head line and slgnautro, money Ca advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per fcut other advertisements, word. will Anonymous communications jrecolvo no attention. TELEPHONE A request that the Untied States government bo asked to negotiate an agreement with Great Britain for reciprocal treatment of disabled Avar veterane, traveling or residing In either country, will bo considered at the next meeting of tho legislative committee of the American Legion. Such an agreement is In effect between this country and Canadu. Washington. pu-ius- t PRINTING COMPANY St. Paul, Minn. Something is Going to Drop! It will be a great big chunk off the regular prices on Men's and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. Also Ladies' and Misses' Coats and Coat Suits. 23, I. C. August 23, R.R., T. & F. Tax, Fordsvllle I. C. R. R., T. & F. Tax, al V members are American Legion urged to pay poll taxes, register and $10291.72 $10291.72 make no attempt to dodge Jury duty Adg; st 2, S. A. Bratcher, S. O. C. 59 .$ 17,6.46 Farmers Mutual for 1D22 In Sept. as part of the activities . 109C.75 6, S. A. Bratcher, S. O. O. . Instructions prepared by. Alvin M. OC. ,. 2233.80 S. A Bratcher,-tS- . .JANUARY 0 Owsley, director of the Legion's Am- Kov. FRIDAY, . S693:01 S. A. Bratcher, S. ericanism commission. The Legion . ., S. A;. Bratcher, S. 0,-25994.00 full use of men are urged to make miscarThe proposition ot the continuance the franchise and prevent . . .. ' 3S194.02 53S194.02 of the employment of a County Farm riage? of Justice under the jury trial August 2, . 7200.00 Borrowed from Citizens Bank, : Agent which was rejected by tho Fis- system. Sept. C, Supt. GPorge Colvin, Check 7631.0S cal Court during the session of this 7G31.0S Mis- Nov. 21, Supt. George Colvin, Warrant No. 24S, . . week seems to us to be a step backA11 American Legion posts In ward. We do' not have any personal souri have been called upon by Br. Bee. 6, Supt. George Colvin, Warrant; less , C., , 7592.93 DIsct. $38.15 ....;.' interest In tho proposition or any in- Harry F. Parker, state commander, to 7631.0S dividual who may haveNor In so far back a $60,000,000 bond issue for Dee. 10, Supt. George Colvin, Check, as we know, who may hereafter be the construction of hard road. $304S6.17 J304SC.17 an applicant for the position. We men will have preperence in have no deslrcto offer any criticism, employment. St. Louis, Mo. Jan. 2', Intaicst onWarrant Ncj. 2 IS, from NBv. 21. 1921 to being unadvised as to the exnet Jan. 2, 1922, ...,.- 44.51 rejection of the proposition, QUAKE IN PANAMA CANAL SAFE "but we do have a very declded'oplnion LEAVES $S6216.42 ns to the very great good that might result, that ought to result from the Panama, Jan. 2. An .earthquake Amount on hands Juljll'921, as per office records, shown by e report of John H Wood and-M. Crowe, Commlttpo, . 352 help of a good, lasting about a minute occurred nt 1 ' ' helper of the farming 'class within o'clock this morning, shaking up the T. : Grand Total, ?. ?S97-11.1our County. It' Is an evident fact, city somewhat but' doing no damage . DKlmr.-i'iiK'ti- ts 'j-- . the services of one who knows, either Here or along the Panama that .v one who has scientific knowledge of Canal. The center of the shock was 1. Salaries of Tenchgrs,' $2972S.SO Salaries' and Expenses of Administrative Officers, the needs of the tiller of the soil, about sixty miles distant. ' 145.00 Postage and other Administrative, expenses provided his advise, be followed, .95 A heavy flood was registered fn I. New Buildings an'd Grounds, would prove of Inestimable value to Gatun Lake betwen 3 o'clock yes 12940. S' :.. our agriculturists. His treatment of terday afternoon and 8:30 o clock 5. Repairs and Improvement's 56 57 diseases of both plant and animal this morning. Ralph Z. Klrkpatrick, C, Furniture and Equipment '. . . 1223.9S ".": life, testing of soils and prescribing in charge of, the meterological and 7. Supplies Incidentals , 1541.46 .' the character and kind of fertilizers, livdrographlc "bureau or ths canal, S. Fuel and Janitor service 1775.16 in fact the help to be afforded from -- onrtp,i tnrtnv. This made it nec9. Transportation of Pupils, . . . .. 1638.50 ,... n onen seven of the spillway 10. Payment of Borrowed'Money the services of a real County Agent '. ; 7"... 7200.00 f There is no gates t0 jet the water out, despite the 11. Interest on borrowed money, is almost invaluable. .. .. .' 300.00 way by which an estimate may bo fact tnat four gates had been kept 12. Paid to Graded schools, .". 3S51.12 ' placed upon the services of a Unclassified all other Items, Ir Klrkpatrick added that .'. , 438. SO icientious and experienced County tllls hag i,een the heaviest pressure - is a very Agent. We realize that itof water experienced since the open- $62139.14 very good time to practice economy, lng ot the canai Note init in some cases tne practice oi too j The extraordinary volume of water state Supt. George Colvin requires the County 'Sup't, mnnli i.uM!j . v, a... ouubu onnnnmv mav (nrlonrl TirnVO attributed to the disturbed weath- - t0 rieduct the sum of $1553.45 from each monthly . 1. ! be a waste, we oeueve XL- - m we mui condltlons that have prevaueu in warrant or check, and deposit It In bank senarate case of employing a CountyAgent, or the northern part or tne western and apart from othor fundg t0 be pald tho Gra(led at least In Ohio County, the local gov- Hemisphere In the last three weeks. igcll0tls of the Countv. which Sunt. v. s ernment Is called upon to put up Panama now feeling the effects of the hcB done and between July lst 1921 an( Jan 2m or $600.00 and that sum Is floods and storms that have occur-!l92- 2 has deposited in Citizens Bank, of Hartford, supplemented by the Federal and red to the north. There have been Kyf Jn the name of E s Howard Supt the foow State Governments In the amount heavy, continuous rams au uver m Jng amounts ot sa,ijund. The matter of saving or ex- territory surrounuing tne canui um- - Septi . 10.1921 $1553.45 pending, In so far as We are- - locally 'inn the past five days, such condl-i- .. 6,1921 1553.45, rnnrprnfw1. ...... n..nl juot-a- .n (ho rlnpa nnt ftTYinilTlt tfl ' . 4c-- t -w w mv Dec. 10, 1921, ,UH,w....t iTions DeinE very uuuouai '; 1553.45 so very much after an, ana dry season Is about to begin. there are many ways by which Total, $4660.35 a County Agent could, and doubtless 1020 WARRANTS "would, be worth many times Has paid out "of said'' this ARE CALLED IN G&gii. amount to Ohio County Farmers. We fund, as follows: -treely allow that those who do not Frankfort, Ky. Jan. .2. Interest-bearin- g Warrant rlavor the employment of a County state warrants- aggregating 1. A. J. Wakeland, ..$551.03 2. W. D. Royal 230.78 Agent have their reasons, we' concede $1,500,000 were called, In for payevery Individual, whether acting ment today by Mr. Wallace. The 3. Ellis Foster. that 1890 i 209?43 Jor himself or for the whole people warrants bear date from January, 4. C. P. Austin 140.'30 las tho right to do aa ho deems best. 1920, to May 1920. Interest on, them 5. Alvin Rowe 6. R. C. Reid Their opinion has been expressed and ceases January 13. 232.81 ' we likewise take unti ouselves the war. W. D. Royal, . 23078 Outstanding interest-bearin- g ' Tight f expression. If the action of rants against the state amounted' to S. C. P. Austin, 209s43 tho Fiscal Court in rejecting the pro- $0,407,255.34 at tho beginning of the J. Claude Myers, . . . . 551.03 position of employing a County New Year, according to an announce- 10. It. C. Reid '.. 232.81 ' Agent is to be taken as evidence of ment made today by State Auditor 11. Alvin Rowe, ., 140.-3, v' jpollcy to dispense with that service, Craig. On December 1 tho total out- 12. Ellis Foster I 1S9.10 then we believe that the Court made standing indebtedness had grown to 13. EUIs.Foeter 189,10,. a very great mistake and are inclined $7,115,056.43, but was reduced over 14. C. P. Austin 209.43 to the opinion that It will be discov- $1,000,000 during tho month, State 15. W. D. Royal 230.t78 . ered at aw early date. Treasurer James A. "Vallaco having .6. Claude L. Myers, . . 551'sp3 called In state warrants approximat- 17. R. C. Reid 232.81 AMKHICAN LKGIOX NEWS ing $1,000,000 for payment. Of the IS. Alvin Rowe, 140".30 total indebtedness January 1, 1922, 4660.35 4660.35 Total, $4660:35 American soldiors and, marines $1,038,641.21 was in school warrants Congressional and tho remainder general expendiwho won the coveted $66799.49 .Tqtal, ..-Medal of Honor during the. war will ture warrants. ? Balances on hand January 1 were: 1'ital receipts from nil sources, . . 89741.44 cross, offrecelvo the Italian war .'otul disbursements 66J99.49 icials of tho American Legion havo Generl expense fund, $1,777,738.23; been Informed, by the Italian embas- school fund, $1,747,506.80; .school sy. Gen. Vac'carl, chief of staff of fund, $57,227.53; State University A.aount due County Board of Education $22941.95 C. M. CROWE, Committee. the embassy, already has begun dis- fund, $215,326,09. State road fund, $50,974,86; Easttribution of jlie medal. Steps have Legion to also ob- ern Stato Normal, $76,902.17; West been taken by the mother, Mrs. Nora Chambers, has reHERBERT tain the cross for nnval men who re- em State Normal, $26,902.17; balturned to Illinois, where he is studyance Hi treasury $3,358,577.85. Congressional medal. ceived the Miss Nina Burdette Visited Misses ing tp be, an Evangelist Singer. Mr. and Mrs. Wither Rearden of Thelma and Anna Tom Hdrrlson SatNOTICE service More than 10,000 fromer Missouri, spent the holidays with his urday night. jnen are suffering from tuberculosis Mr. and Mrs. Deal McDanlel were parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Rearden. By mutual consent ot each of the In Oenvor, according to C. J. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Kale Neel entertainparties hereto the law firm of Heav-rl- u the guests of Mrs. McDanlel'a sister, director of the Amorlcan Legion's Adkins, of Patesvllle, Satur- ed with a "tacky party" -- at their, & Martin Is dissolved to take ef- Mrs. Is making an Inservice division who ' homo last Saturday night. . day and Sunday. vestigation, of the care of these men. fect January 1st, 1922. Mr. Rollie Spurrier has rented Mr. Witness our signatures this DeIs getting beyond the The situation move KXl'KUl' OPINION Will Tyler's farm and will control of clvloiuthorltles and ade- cember 31, 1921 Mrs, Muggins I hear your husM L. HEAVIUN, there soon. quate hospital facilities are n pressOTTO C. MARTIN. Miss Mattle Barnett Is spending band is speculating la stocks. Is he ing need, Mr. Harris reports. Dm-ve- r, tho week with her sister, Mrs. Sam a bull or a bear? Colo. Mrs. Bugglns Judging from re- French scientist has taken an X- - Hawkins of Whltesvllle. Mr. Maxwell Chambers, who has, suits I should think be was a Jack- Marriage aftor the entrance of Am- - ray photograph of a bone thru been spending the past week with his. ass erlqa Into tho world war did not con- - brick wall 250 yards away. , Vugust 23, J. T. Snell, Pump August 23, L. & N. R. R., T. & F. Tax Sept. 6, Dr. Oscar Allen, Subscriptions, Sept. 28, Amr. R. R. Ex. Co., Fran. . . . , Sept. IS, L. & N. R. R Fran . Sept. !S, L. & N. II. R., Tang Sept. !8, L. & N. R. It., Fran., Centertown Sit. !8, L. & N. R. R., Tang., Centertown Oct. 3, Postal Tel. Co., Oct. 7, E. H. Foster, Sale ot desks Oct. 12, Cumberland Tel. & Tel. Co '. . ". .. 347.33 3479.70 . 6.00 . 336.13 1239.08, . 66.46 1157,91 1069.52 297.59 279.90 9.67 5.00 138.21 Men's Suits Men's Men's Men's Men's Men's Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, regular price $13.50, now regular price .$18.50, now regular price $25.00, now regular price $30.00, now . regular price $35.00, now . $10.00 14.50 19,25 ; .' -.. .- r i . 24.00 27.50 Boys' Suits Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, regular price $5.00, now regular price 8.00, now regular price $10.00, now regular price $12.00, now regular'price $15.00, now $ ' 3.75 6.00 8.00 10.00 11.25 . . Ladies' and Children's Coats Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular price $5.00, now price $S.00, now price $12.50, now price "$22.50, now price $25.00, now $ 3.75 ,l,...' ,... -- -- 6.00 .... ...... . 10.00 18.00 19.75 ce Ladies' Coat Suits ..T ". i wide-awak- v, C. 4 .' . .$19.75 Regular price $25.00, now 24.00 Regular price $30.00, now 30.00 Regular price $40.00, now If you are in need of anything in this line you can't afford to miss this opportunity. Very truly yours, '..,.". .- Carson g M Co. Hartford, Kentucky. . J i W ." con-jllou- ra '. I 4 t'is ..... ', I one-fourt- h, itm w- a ;' I " - v .... ' Loudell Magan Saturday night nod Sunday. STRAY STREAKS Mr, and Mrs. Lee P. Miller spea Saturday (Dy Fluke McFJuko.) with Mrs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wni In so far as we know the electric Smith, of near Fordsville Mr. Chester Wade of Dukehurst lights ot this burg remained on during all of Wednesday night. The was the guest of Mr. C. D. Tnul Sajuice was still flowing at 7 minutes turday night. The dance given at th'o home ol past low twelve when wo hit the straw, and when our wife yanked us, Mr. and Mrs. Harve BowloV Saturout at 4.:30 thereafter, the said lights day night, was largely atended. Mr. J. W. Patton of Ralph, spent were still on. Monday night with his sister, Mrs T S. Miller and "Mr. Miller.-Mr- . We usually make it a rule to visit and Mrs. Erbert Greer, and newcomers to our town, taking our children of Ralph, Bpent Saturdaj whole family and remaining over with-Mr- . and Mrs. night, but somehow we have not night and Sunday i J. C. Magan. been uble to make up our mind to Mr. H. A. Mdlklff of near Hartpay a visit to Nat Hudson, as Nat Is ford, spent Sunday night with his parmaking his living reents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mldklff. leasing and dieting visitors. Messrs. L. P. Miller and C. D. Tail! trip to Hartford ' We are going to file suit In Squire made a business Murphy's Court for full nnd complete Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rush Mldkttt and separation from Albert Cox and I. D. children of Sunnydale, spent SaturClaire, as neither havo contributed In anywise toward our support for the day night with Mr. MIdklff's parent". Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mldklff. longest time! and-SundaMll-ler'- fc '' -- '...i "Say .Aladelon, this liver's someWe know of a family lately mov' thing awful. to Hartford, whose automobile ed "I ver' sorry mon cherl.V answer- stalled, and as is frequently the case, the Lady was curefully transporting pn hfa KVoiikIi lirtrln 'T aolnt-- 'tnTrtflf zo llYcrynian."Le&lon. tho family time-piecThey unload- row wiz ed from the Ford and for couvonierice Weekly. tho clock was placed upon a stump. They finally got the Llzzfe unstuck, Old Cushley (handlng,hla son n $1 climbed In and drove on to town, bill) Now, bo careful, Charley: releaving the clock upon tho stump, member, "A fool and hlsmoney aro where It took a big rainfall before soon parted." being rescued on the day following. , Charley Yes, sir; and "thank jou for obliging me so promptly. No we're not calling no names, nohow not Just yet. "I havo my troubles.'' "Why, you are rich, healthy, reRoll Riley, stogther with Dudo " spected." Potty perambulated into qpr morning this week andthe "Still, I havo my troublesvI ha first thing wo did was grab our gun to listen to pother people's." Pittsand tho next thing we dill was to burg Post. stand guard over our liquor. J- j.x - Tho tp.ephone becomes n universal When a man gets too dead to housohflld necessity as sooa ns the servo as coroner Its time to hold an boys and girls become old enough to Inquest over .htm. We move that make dates. Roino Sentinel. Clom Moxloy, tho County Survoyor, Nervous old lady Will tills train perform that service over tho remains '" stop at tho terminal? of Bill il!mes. Conductor I hope so; there'll be BKKCH VALLEY nn awful sinasli If she doesn't. e. A l V V r v . " Mr. C. D. Taul purchased the tract ot land ot Virgil Sutton, deceased, that was sold at tho Court house door In Hartford' Monday. Misses Clara Ralph, Pearl Dean Welch and Dimple Greer of Ralph, and Franklo Cnmbron of Adaburg, wero guests of Misses Arzellu and j after waiting In a confectionery store for nbout,10 min utes, grew grossly ImpatlenUat W tnck of service. Finally she,rappeAr Is sharply on tho counter. "Hero;fp young lady," ah.e catted, "who wait on the nuts'?" Everybody's An old womun, r llA ?M& -. L X and mother, tie Fulkerson, of Hartford, attended tho funeral Wednesday, of Ms, Pender Maddox, at Smallhous. Mr. Louis Fulkerson Dpi Mrs. OUR AND THEIR SERVICES 4 fear. a Last Monday, tho 2nd. Inst, markMiss Mary Ikb Mason, a student in ths local high school, will return Sun- ed the retirement from office of all day from Crestwood, Ky., whsre aho ormer County officials, with the hag been the guest tof her gmsdmoth- -' of D, E. Ward, who hangs or. over until the 1921 assessment 1 disposed of, and, byrthe-way- , Just what you have been waiting for. Sales "Aunt" Mary Hlnes, an aged and while speaking of Dlllis Ward, wo respected colored woman died at her begin Friday, January 13th, and- - continue f would pause to remark that quite a homo In Haytl yesterday, and will he throughout the entire month. Wait for the few of us havo been speaking of Mr. hurled today at tho Haytl burying Wnrd during the past year or two, BIG CIRCULAR, which will be mailed out to ground. some, In fnct tho greater number you. Read carefully, for every item will be spending simply because Ward has "seen his Miss Qorlfi Flener, after 'duty a bargain. Big specials in Short Lengths and is the long the holidays with her parents, Mr. and and dono it." That as a m alshort of the matter and all new, fresh and clean nnd Mrs. D. P. Flenor and other of courso wo too often fall to relatives In the Green Illver country, ter Ginghams, Percals, Madras. Cloth, White Saturday give the strict performer of duty our nnd In Hartford, returned hearty approval, especially If It hap Goods, Tickings, Draperies, Outing Flannels, to Harrlsburg, Ark., where uho Is enHigh School. pens to cost us a bit. Mr. Ward has, gaged In teaching In tho Satteens, Table Linens, etc. Exactly what we think, consclenclously tried, withyou will need for spring. his High School Basket Ball out fear or favor to perform The Girls' sworn duty, to an extent beyond that Team will play tho Utlca Girls on the any of his predecessors have vlocal court tonight. This will b to which gone, and we say that with no desire tho first gamo for our girls and ev erybody should turn out and give or Intention to detract In tho least tlurn a good send off on this, their from some mighty good men who have previously filled the position first appearance. Former prices not considered ; they must formerly designated ag "County Asmove and move quickly. An entire clean-u- p lot con- sessor." In the years to come, Ward FOR BALK House and will be spoken of as a real, sure- is what we want, and what we will get, if taining 1 acre, good The man young fruit trees and enough Tax Commissioner. nice lot of prices are any inducement. who assessed property and did not well located, iiear Graded School taxpayer to 27t2 permit the Individual Building. get off with Just any sort, of a meas-le- y JESSE H, TORRENCE. valuation he saw fit to pla'ce upM'cHcnry, Ky. on It. Hence quite a few of us havo Mr. and Mrs. Charllo Bell of Pleas- bien talking about Ward, but In tho and An opportunity to save money? Our winant Kldgo were tho guests Sunday of years to come, for the otherreferbarsister, Mrs. J. P. Casebler much better reason we will be Mr. Bell's ter is before us, and your chance for a of Ohio and Mr. Casebler, city. Tho Bells', ring to Ward as tho pioneer possible chance for a gain is before you. together with Mrs. Casebler, visited County Tax Commissioners. Claud Blankeifshlp has finished 8 reduction next winter. their aunt, Mrs. Millie Herring, of e as Clerk of th years of Dam, Monday. Beaver bounty Court, and nil, who have had ' Misses Jessie- - Lse and Willa B. busings to .tnfrisact In that office J Blankenship ha Holbrook alter spending the Xmas can freely say that holidays with their parents, Mr. and made a good and efficient officer, , Sfe big circulars next week, and be on hand pe'uplo have business with Mrs. M. J. Holbrook at Whltesvllle, and more spent Monday la Hartford as the tho County Clerfkand have It more frequently than with any of the oth j gue3ts of their grandfather, Mr. J. D. Holbrook and Mrs. Holbrook, before er County officials, perhaps we have returning to Hopkiusvillo Tuesday, more dealing with that officer than be ,to resume their studies at Betlicl all the others combined. 'There pub ing but Httlo'ln the nature of College. lic business that the County Clerk o-does not hajidlo in some way. Mr. OWENSBORO WILL HAVE NEW HOTEL THIS YEAH Blankenship has not yet decided as to what hn will iTn. but for the or .ent Owensboro, Ky., Jan. 2. 0yens- - ho will . remain in Hartford, being boro, whoso hotel facilities nave ueen recently elected as Mayor of tins "j? T.n WaX T the object of concern of civic bodies City, which will occupy but little of and cdntaerclal v organizations for his time, "he Is more than likely to years, is to havo a modern hotel in engage in some business in the near 1922. It Is not to take the form of future. A. C. Porter, the retiring Circuit a much agitate stock proposition for a new building. The owner of the Court Clerk, and 'the only Democrat and care of the Courthouse and Coun DENIES GIRL SMELLS COLORS Mr. Prank Black was- - in Owens-bor- o historic old Rudd House has announc of the "Old Bunch" has made a splen ty Bastlle Worth made a Mgh The Hartford Republican Dr. J. K, Jastrow, head psycholoSaturday of last week. plans for the erection of a $100,-00- 0 did officer and a record up to stand- score for the new jailer and those ed remodeling of the ard. He is well bellked by all who uho come after,' to shoot at, If they gist at the University of Wisconsin, annex and the .JANUARY 0 kjuday,... Misses Beatrice Bean and Dorcas old building, .the now part to be mod- havo dealt with him and the Court make "no lower score satisfaction is 'declared, after a test and( examination that there is no mystery about WI1-leLyons are spending the week-en- d ern In every respect and to contain of which he has been clerk during apsured. Higgins, Ilof. TVTo.T1 dining room and lobby. the Janesvllle, Wis., ...1.1. .uissa YlnAMtno luifore Mr. Tichenor, some months WIWJ lllnn uuaii the past 6 years. uuui, mico .ub PERSONALNEWS ... Ferguson, nt Sunnydalc present Mr. Porter has not de- the expiration of his term acquired an girl who although blind and deaf gle At HARTFORD ROUTE 3. AND SOCIAL EVENTS cided' upon his future, line of activi- Intorcsjt in a local garage and bar claims to be able to smell colors and ties, or at least has nidde no .an- beer, doing a first class business dur- to hear by touch. Articles about tho Mr. Guy Statler of Nashville, girl have appeared fu many papers Mrs. S. L. Whlttaker and Mrs. Clif nouncement as to what he will be ing the period. In Hart Shreve, Tenn., spent the week-qn- d Squlro Grant Pollard of and magazines. After the, test, Dr. ton Hoover spent Tuesday with Mrs, engaged in. While not in a smct sente of the was In Hartford Monday. ford, the guest of Miss Mamie BenClarence Riddle. The County Judge that was, Mack word a County Officer, yet we feel Jastro'w declared thero was no indinett and Mrs. Charlotte Taylor. Mr. N. Tyler has moved on Mr. Cook, lost no tlma Jn engaging In that this article would be incomplete cation of anything unusual about Mrs. A. D. Kirk went to Owensboro Jcsso Whlttakcr's place. other work, he having accepted a po- If short of some mention of air. C. E. the girl, that she is neither totally Mrs. R. K. Hopkins of Effingham, yesterday and will return thia evenMr. Delbert Whlttaker made a bus- sition in the office of Sheriff G." A. Smith, our fellow citizen and towns blind nor deaf and that she gets her 111., and Mips Artie May of Louisville, ing. iness trip to Evansville Monday. Ralph. Judge Cook ha? labored! man, who during the pot six years knowledge of color and hearing by who bad been guests of Mrs. A. D. i Miss Nettie Bartlett spent the faithfully to serve the people In the so ably performed the duties of Com such portions of theso senses as re . Mr. E. A. Barnard of Ceralvo, was Kirk and Mr. Kirk during the holi- holidays with refatlves at Utlca. She His regime main. capacity of Judge of the County Court monwealth Attorney ..a visitor at this office while In town days, have returned to their homes. was accompanied homo by her cousin and has, at all times, obeyed the was profitable to tin County and dis Monday. MUSIC" Miss Audra Duncan. dictates of a, clear conscience In his trict, In that the evil doer generally Mr. nnd Mrs. Arthur Bell have.re-turneMr. James French of Llvla Route decisions. Nc higher compliment received Just punishment due to the to their home in Louisville, If' Mr. and Irs. B. H. Bennett and "Are there an musicians In your 2 spent Saturday and Sunday wjth could be paid anyone. untlrinE efforts of Mr. Smith to pro McHenry, were In after spending the holidays with Mr) his sister irs. Jesse Whlttaker, and children of near sheriff tect society and retard crirolual acts family?" "Rather! Why, my father A, Bratcher the tS. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Hartford Monday. Mr. Whlttaker. will be employed during the next few generally. Perhaps the highest in- Is an adept at blowing his own trumBell, of the Buford' country. expert . months rounding up his business. As dorsement and one illustrating his pet, mother is equally mother-in-la- at AS THE TWIG WAS BENT Miss Sadlo Mlntonr operator- - for harping on one string, my to Just what he will follow we are fealty to duty was that coming from Mr. W. H. Coombs, who waB the local telephone Company, was In has to play second flddlo, and not advised, Mr. Bratcher has the Owensboro Ministerial Associaand general manager editor Centertown, Wednesday. There's a dear, .wee qlnk li;i ba,by measured up to expectations In harfdl-In- g tion in the nature of a resolution Aunt Tabltha leads a hundrum exof the Hartford Herald, but now on this train, A few mluutes ago grandpa give's a solo the duties of the' sheriff's office, commending his acts In clearing Ow- istence, whileorgan every night with Courier-JournJob Print- nn elderly man stoppod to peok-a- CutU1 seems to be taking a long with the on his nasal and has rendered worthy' service" to ensboro of gambling dives and houses holldny vacation, as not one marriage ing Co., LoulBvillo, was In Hartford Ink fit If out stops, uncle Bpends his tlfho wet- tho County and State during his of ill repute. Monday, on a business errand. . "A flno youngster." ho said to its license has been Issued during the his whistle. Harry Is fond of his four years of service aa Mr. Smith Is a good lawyer and a tine ringing past week. utmure mother "1 hope jpu will and peace officer. Barnes & pipe, and Gertie Is forever member of the firm of Dr. M. D. Maddox of, Louisville, bring him up to be a uprlgjt, con the changes on her lovers!" Arthur D. Kirk, who has been Smith of this city, with a splendid days at the scientious man " Mrs. A. C. Porter entertained quite recently spent several County Attorney during poctlco, hence here. Is not much amiipil the vouncr mama. serving as bedside of his mother Mrs. M. P. Joka n number of lady friends at Five Hun"va" Samuels The mother-in-latho past four. years, and more, nas. time permitted for a vacation follow present' Equality, being Kf "but I'm afrald'tt will be a bit dim- - in a creditable manner performed the ing his retirement from the office of Is mighty old. dred at her home Thursday afternoon Maddox of at the time of her death and burial, cult." Thompson of last week. But It canTba traced. many and varied dutle3 for tho pub Attorney. he latter taking placo Wednesday. 'Phsaw! "bald he. " 'As the twig lic, many of which the average lay State's Judge Robert W. Slack, how back to Adam's time. And Is bent so Is the tree inclined.' " The Executive Board of the Ohio man can have but little if any knowl could anyone close an article of this A dinner was given" Sunday In honknow It," agreed mama. "But edge of. Bureau has been called County Farm "I K...MH. His administration, or uaiUlU ...I. birthn.wiuuw I.vlnf. onma anrt nf ujut v...w w. Martin's to meet In Hartford tomorrow morn: or ,of Mrs. R. B.next-dothis twig Js bent on being a girl, and 'WF&Z&i neighbors we are Inclined to let It go at that." rather execution of the duties of the lciajin up0n th? Judga and an expros day. (Wo are 10 o'clock. ing at The Piper's office has been nlbng Intelligent lines slon of regret at failure to soe his Only a' few near of the Martins) and faithfully performed. His ser- familiar face and figure upon tho Retreat enjoy tho HKH, DATES MEAN MONEY Mr, It. H. GJllespIe, city, spent sev- relatives were present to ? vices can bo truly commended. Mr. Bench durlriE the sessions of Circuit occasion with Mr. and Mrs. Marllu, - daughW YOUR CITY eral days recently, with hisAttorney for both tho Court' boo to be held in our midst? When It comes to dates Mrs. Carl Kirk is local B. Hancock andMr. Hanter, Mrs. D. If you enjoy a good A Companies, His friendly visits be'fore and after Monday being the first day of the Woodhouso of California, takes the 1. C. and L. & N. R. R.. yc .. f1'w cinuKG cock, hi Leltchfield. private cigar, or cigaretle January term of tho Ohio County nrlze. On "four acres of land she aside from having a largaAttorney Court hours will bo missed most of So the )OU can bring your all. His service was truly as unbiasinduction raised nearly ?5000 worth. Aside practice. Miss Beatrice Bean entertained Court, and the date for the troubles to us and Is to be as busily engaged as ever. ed, unselfish and as conscientious as new Officers into tlrolr parlous from being a record jleld the dates (Vol turn that OU . several of her friends with a watch of the E. S. Howard who relinquished tho any ever rendered by any great Juwill be put on the 4 'J&.KH party at her homo hero Saturday positions dreV quite a large crowd are of such size and qilullty that they position Monday, of County Super rist to which class he unquestionably maul una iu nwuwi from various sections of the County. won first prize In several rrult shows night, December 31st. intendent of Schools has been an ef- belongs. Judge Slack commanded a on tho Pacific coact. the wntw LINE jfl ficient Officer, always doing that for splendid practice before he was called a Miss Willye LIndley returned last Morton Holbrook dnd Mr. and Mrs. conceived) to bo to the. best jt0 tho Bench In this district and Is Sunday to Scott County where she "So you won't take children In which ho MISijUs V-- AU Piica Uttlo sons M. J. and Woodrow, of inieresi oi ouuvmiuu m uuiu uumj. certain to urop uuun mm mo muiu large consolidated your apartment house?" ' Whltesvllle, spent Monday with Mr. has charge of a Is 6ald that his stewardship In the made by nis ascension six years ni;u. Don't pass our store. school, near Georgetown, after spend"Couldn't think of It," said tho It and Mrs, J. D. Holbrook. final nwitlintltcaminjl handling of the thousands and thousing the holidays wlth'her parents.'Mr. landlord. in. We won't ask you ii LIBERTY' BOND PRICES of dollars that came to his hands ands Llndloy and family of "Why do you dislike children? " to buy. We impiy a Miss Harriet Flener and Mrs. and Mrs. Nat cent. Prof. want to know all ttie "I don't. J' so fni1 ot t,,om wns accounted for to tho attorney of Liberty A. .Vilson of the Green River Pt. Pleasant. 9S.00 Chester emokers in our ") guests, of that I don't "want to takea chance on Howard is nn admittedhang out his Liberty First 4s tv 96.40 country, wore, the Week-en- d and have them kaow Marlon, Anna Louise, and their .boing kept awake by, people tho loca.1 Bar and may Misses .96.20 us. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Martin. "shlnglo" and Join the profession of Liberty Second Master J, Carl Hill attended, the fu- who play the piano till midnight' .96.94 Liberty First 4li. I practicing attorneys. Ohio County Drug. grandmother, Mrs. M, Washington gtar. 96 30 Mlsa Ella Bell, after spending the neral of their Worth Tichenor, one of the best Liberty Second 4 tf s .'. . Company parents Mr. and P, Maddox nt Smallhous' Wednesday. holfdaya wltli her 07.44 ?& 4 Us Incorporated Q. Hill had preIlls friends say, "What a. breezy Jailors, tho County ever had. Is an- Liberty Third 4 ., 06.80 Bell, Duford, has returned Their mother, Mrs. J. Mrs. S. W. Ureter other of tho "has boons," having de- Liberty Fourth Us J Hartford, Kj viously gone to tho bedside of Mrs. personality." r100.00 . to Buffalo, Ky to,rosumo her duties r, being present-a- t His. enemies" say, "What au awful livered j,nto the custody o hls'suc-cecso- Victory the time of MiiitiiMirfy-- tAWj ,'. fu the High School at that Maddox, 100.04 as teacher poise!on, of tho residence Victory 49is 1 mow." her death. placo. OLD FASHION CLEARANCE SALE. IB 4c it LUNA Per bar this week at Mill-End-remna- The New P. & G. White Laundry Soap only s Ladies' Cloaks. Overcoats. ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY Io good-servic- . Strike Now, and Strike Quickly. v THE Old Year is gone. It , Friday, January 13th. r kmGb, i !' i r filled with great events. The New Year is here and will have its share oi great events. Vhatever your share in these o events the OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., wishes you success and prosperity. wm 1 ... ta - d' extraordinary out-goi- -- w ly al w ?' !. or 4t m 3s M ..... T 3s 11 -- K FARM DEPARTMENT -- HUGO STINNES WILL PROBABLY VISIT U. S. my hotel or to tho placo of spoaklng. "Why, I rode around for years In Re ) In the world. Reports come to German Financier Seeking lloMimp Kcsults being obtained by Calllo tlstlcs (Ion of Trmlo With Sodepartment from every townfand Strong, n Crittenden county farmer the POMONA .MAYOR'S WIT viet ltutln. Is not a county In the country with County there Is cooperating who KEEPS PEOPLE HAPPY, not havo Its reporter. A Agent J. R. Spencer In keeping milk thnt does Berlin, Dec. 31. Hugo Stlnnes, trained statistician or field agont is The Hartford Republican has made a special production and feed records on his Pomona, Cal., Dec. 31. Pomona every state or group of sim- Germany's foremost financier nnd indairy cows, have Increased the Inttr-cs- t placed in to supervise tho work In clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial recently, but states dustrial leader, plans to visit the all but lost a citizen being shown by farmers In that ilar good Appeal by which we will furnislftboth papers f Or one feeding and the territory under his charge. Local United States In tho near future for the quick wit nnd county in the better reporters send their observations to the purpose of conferring with Am- naturo of Mn'or Thomns R. Ovlng-to- n year for the low price of management of their herds, accordsaved tho day. erican bankers regarding his plane ing to a report from the county. Sev him. mayor's tolcphono tlhgled comTho Reports are made for about 60 for resumption of eral additional" farmers nre planning crops, and they cover the acreage, merce hot en Germany mc Soviet sharply. ' records early In 1922. to start similar "I live out on West Pearl Street," condition, yield, total production, Russia, n:ord'ng to. persistent snapped an Irritated female voice, stock on farms, progress of farm circulated here. Better methods of dairy cattle work, wages and suggly of farm la The purpose of Stlnnes' recent visit "and If my street isn't cleaned imin lccdingind an increased Interest Theso reports are kept sealed to London has never been definitely mediately I'm going to move to Now The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest improved dairying methods among bor. until the meeting of the board, and learned, altho it was generally under York. This street hnsn't been cleanfollowCampbell county farmers has and best papers in the South and we hope to receive they nre opened behind the locked stood he discussed, a proposed loan ed In four years." ed a recent dairy cattle feeding school Realizing tho need of tho utmost many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar, and County Agent H. doors. With nil the Information be to Germany and his own plnns for conducted thero by each member makes his In trade with Russia. It is extremely In, diplomatic speech, Mayor Ovlng-to- n fore him seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in F. Link and the College of AgriculImmediately entered Into dischairman lists difficult to ascertain any facts in con ture), according to a report from the dividual estimate. The your subscription now. Don't delay. these In parallel columns and reads nection with the financier's plnns, as course' on the bad weather of " "county. , at this time of year. them, after which they nre discussed he Is very secretive an.il only conildes as "And besides," continued the mayn single adjusted report adopted. In his most Intimate business l'orkcrs To Ovt Attention At Tenth and general es- sociates, who are pledged to utmost or, "I'm Just going to Instruct the rule the individual As a Fanners' Meeting. engineer to clean up that street toare very near the same. Ex- - secrecy. ivrinirinn .Kv.. Jan. 3. In order timates rtntl- - morrow. 'The wind has made him put the figures Russians adhering to the to help farmers of the State solve pert computers rapidly get tho to Bolshevist factions havo warned Ger- terribly busy, but he'll do your Job for ach their pork production problems, an in order averages state and EAGLE "MIKADO"for tho whole coun man political leaders that they w6uld first, ns wo can't lose you." Pencil No. 174 cntlre day will be set aside in the tal and mm repudiate any negotiations instituted try. The Pathfinder. general program of the tenth annual MAY REWARD AMERICAN with the Soviet authorities, but these Farm and Home Convention, to be MlliWl-MMM a a ti.. .Xl BUFFALO UriXSTATES threcrts have not deterred Stlnnes, held here January 31 to Feb. 3, for Paris, Dec. 31. Tho French govSUSPENDED TEACHERS who goes right ahead with his own your Dealer of subjects relative to For Sale at Made In firo trades the discussion scemes for rehabilitation of German ernment mny off (dally rewnrd. WilASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND this phase of farming, according to an quarter of the liam W. Corcoran, American vice possible An organization of teachers of Buf- trade EACLE MIKADO announcement by those In chnrge of at Boulogne, who rescued a falo known as the Teachers' Educa- world. the program. J. P. Phillips, EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK French boy from the sea. Reports persist that nn and treasurer of the Birm- tional League Issued n pamphlet trade arrangement with the" Mosclaiming credit for "all the Improveingham Packing Company, offerlng.but J. IWNESK SCHOOLGIRL WI NS be the principal speak- ments of real worth obtained In the cow govemraen tls In the Ala., will Buffalo schools in 10 years" and con- no confirmation of theso rumors wa -er on this part of the program. To the surprise and chagrin of tlv !TrTOtfraLCteMBeM!3eEBStiwacJ of tho obtainable In political quarters, jvhich give a demonstra- demning the "bourbonlsm" Mr. Phillips will .pupils of the Oakland, Cal. high j Woman "Vimts "flunkeyism refer all inquiries to the Industrial other z tion and lecture which will follow schooPofflclals and the R rhooi Yukl Furuta, a Japanese girl leaders. ri, hi been chosen for" the "address ol tho life of the pig from the time he of the timid and From sources close to Stlnnesfthe is one month old through the feed lot teachers who refused to Join In de- honor" nt her clnsa. graduation Fcl r5Wi The Buffalo impression" was gained he was markR" f fWBr reforms. house, the cutting mantling I mnxket. slauehter rii. " S' WiM$ objected to, a Japanese valr i. 3 ing time, while negotiating the Upst low pupils and cuilng procss and finally to the board susponded several of tho lead Si; w la possible terms for a loan to Germh'ny edictorian and Yukl said she would JWiiiaiiMi lifli I aW i Sacceea Wjietl CVtryUauj t'.K fjtls. ers of the League. These leaner, consume j. The teachers how ver withdraw. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE or- - on collateral, consisting of Ills 'holdito the state authoritles.who Nell Jones, a swine specialist of j In rcr '0ji p'ostrAuo" n.:d Dfjtolvedln water for douches ttopr wMe aid she had been selected for her SecaVn'sst tb.y- mo th auprti..- - S pelric catarrh, ulceration nnd inflam"Washlngton Court House, 0., George dered them reinstated, but with loss ngs of foreign bonds and otlKfr,, high scholarship and the objection-wer" mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Itouerts head of the ngronomy de- - of pay. The decision says that while curities. overruled. PinUiam Mel. Co, Tor ten yrari. e The Deutsche Allgemeine Zqjfpng. FOnKIUi4fY,LIVSnANt c College of Aqrlcul- - teachers are at liberty to :orm partmenfof the A healing wonder for nae! catarrh, GTOPrfACH TROUDL& f for oignn of Stlnuas, recently carried and H. O. Sellnrds, 'swine field clatlons from mutual benefit and soro throat and lore eye Economical. CUPID AT THE TUCK STAIK Ij the be it rti:.Jc)r.e evei jold 3 Hu flitnaidjiry tleantma nJ trcrmidcUl pm.tr. agent of the college, will be other 'the betterment of the schools, they repented statements that the German a Siussle Free. 50c all druiiuU. cr fm.TMid It i cern urut'jr'Ji '3 countir. Til. Th;Pi;nn i o3n Cmpaar. Boaon. Mm. speakers on the program. They will inii"t not abuse nr coerce tno3e wno people should Jiae no fears with On the back of tho maid's regula" to pending business dealsBfj&he weekly discuss the relation of livestock pro- do not wish to join. loiter front her admirer thert German Industrialist, who alw'ayh'ni invariably appeared some mysterious duction to the maintenance of soil country at heart the welfare of his fertility, the feeding of pigs for pork hkiofjlyphic. After a fw weeks th. oldest inhabitant has Just been slain and was workln'g to rejuvenate Ger- - mistress, being filled with a htghh on High To Mountain, near hero, by productlop and general swine condiFOR FLETCHER'S imnn finance and business. fpmlnlno and quite laudable curloh' J. D. Lelth, of Hloomery, this countions. situation here is ty, inquired, "Jane, what are those ty. It uas nearly four feet long and The political Tho program for swine feeders will at vj gradually becoming settled as the msterIous letters on the back of th weighed 42 pounds, be concluded with a meeting of the XEW "PEACE DOLLAR" IS COINED people resume normal activity: The envelopes Kentucky Swine Breeders Associajou get?" "Why, ma'am rate of exchange constitutes one of I thought every one who courted MISSOURI BARS WOMEN JURORS, tion in the afternoon at which Wil For the first time in morei than 30 the most serious problems with which knew that "S W A K FOWL Y' liam Collins, of North Mlddletown the design of the silver dollar the government still has to deal, but Although the Missouri constitution and president of the organization will means 'sealed with n kiss from one ft Is felt that, with conditions Im- who loves you.' " permits women to hold offlco in the 'hae already been placed in proving generally thruout the world, state, they nre not eligible for Jury tola. The new coin, which Is known tills question will work Itself ont sat- RHINE RAIL STRIKE CHIEF service according to a recent ruling AthNe.l To Plow Less And ,1n11nK n " iluelmiod s luo 4iAnMA. uu"'"' isfactorily. ' It was "ral JAILED BY U. S. OFFICERS of the state attorney-generaGrow More Grass. c held that the law governing Juries of by Anthony De Francisci, a New York Lexington, Ky., Jan. design was .elected No Groat Act of HcrolMii Required Coblenz, Dec. 31. The American would havo to bo amended before woth e soil In the 5.000,000 acres that sculptor, whose Childrenoy tne line arts coiumiuu i.u... If some great act of heroism was authorities In the area of occupation men can serve. are Twin ninwo,! Pnch rear in the A Safe Old Fashioned protect a child from have arrested Secretary Kalt. of the eight submitted designs. necessary to State to produce cultivated crops is un ine uacit ui me turn io uu cubic croup, no mother would hesitate to railroad men's organization In the Remedy for Worms AS THEY SEE US IN ENGLAND too poor to. produce paying yields, top. Near by protect her offspring, but when It Is Rhlneland, on a charge of violating Severity. fivoyeirecontin. of tho soils and crops de- standing on a mountain members disar- only necessary to keep at hand a botuoutuio ! the Beit tetti. the order of the Allied High Commispartment of the College of Agricu- Is a broken swords signifying Political ritts in America are carmonlal FREY3 VERMIFUGE mament, and an olive branch of tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy sion forbidding a railroad strike. ried out in a thoroughgoing fashion. can offer you. lture havo declared in thelir recom' Notwithstanding peace. Back of the mountain ave and give It as soon as tho first IndicaKeep a bottle alway on the ord6r the Lord Rosebery tells a story of a mendations to farmers of the State. rays of a bursting sun tion of croup appears, there are many strike was proclaimed yesterday. hand. It vr ill help keep S3 They have suggested that farmers re- seen the first of his who visited Baltimore '.friend the little one healthy of a new era. On the front Is a new who neglect It. Chamberlain's Cough Resumption of work by tho rail- when an election for congress was in duce the acreage of cultivated crops and happy. Liberty and Remedy Is within the reach of all and road men has been ordered. JOcabotliotjrourdniKgta'aor d progress. Turning in for a shave, and Increase the head of the Goddess of about general toie; or il jrouf dealet : m '' the words 'Liberty" and "Iti God We Is prompt and effectual. acreages of grasses- and legumes a can't uppljrou,endbiiname he complained to the negro barber aad 30c in alaropa and we'll U. S. RESUMES DIPLOMATIC corresponding amount during the Trust. that his razor was very blunt. "Vurrr and you a botile promptly. RELATIONS WITH GERMANY likely ,slr," was the reply. "I was out AUSTRALIAN LABOR FIGHTS coming year as a means of icreas--e- d LAS. FHEY. Biltkort. Mi. SERVICE IN ARMY W FORCED HELP AVANTED! profits. last night at an election meeting." Washington, Dec. 31. Diplomatic Or the 5,000,000 acres being plowLondon Chronicle. ""Sydney Dec. 31. The Australian relations between Germany and tr ed each year, 4,360,000 acres are util- Round and round the rugged rocks officially plowed. Tho stubborn farmer ized for cefreals, corh being the prinLabor Party In Its new Federal Con- United States were resumed Charge SCHOLARSHIP FOR ' Karl Lang, cipal one with an acreage of 3,250,-00- 0 He dragged a bit and seeded It TURKISH GIRLS stitution takes the stand that com- late today when Berlin Government "acres. On the other hand, only pulsory naval and military service d'Affalres of the And then, "By jinks," ho vowed, WILL YOU. presented his letters of credence and .about 2,000,000 acres of hay and for- "I've done a pile of work round here, shall be abolished, that no forces TAKE OUR Mrs. Henry Morganthau, wife of Evby Secretary Charles age crops are being grown each year, shall be raised to serve outside Aus- was received But now I guess I'll stop; the former ambassador to Turkey, has ans Hughes. And if the weather holds out good1 tralia and that tho Commonwealth the specialists declara. created n $10,000 scholarship for m shall take no part In overseas wars I'll bet I make a crop." REMEDY the Constantinople women's college, BIG CAT KILLED except by decision of the people. WORK UNDER LOCKED an American Institution. The fund A Trtalmgn! AND GUARDED DOORS And then it rained, and then It blew. Romney, W. Va., Dec. 31 The 'provides two annual scholarships to for 'WEAK BANS SHORT WEDDING DRESS largest catanlount ever killed in this be awarded to a senior and a Junior And then dried up a spoil. It seems strange that any govern- - The bugs camo In and took their LUNGS or memory of tho studying to be teachers. section within tho Rev. W, C. Robertson, a Chattashare, ment officials should have to work In CONSUMPTION well, Episcopalian minister, nooga, Teiut., rooms whero all doors uiu locked, all And smut und rust as telephones disconnected and armed When harvest time camo boiling has Issued a set of rules for the guidance of prospective brides which round, guards pace before tho dors; but that j A quick relief or Ibat lircJ, run dovm (etltos couchi, palm In chest, nlcbt tweali, hemor they must follow if they expect him He put the grain In sadts, liappens once a month in IU dopart- ibatrci, weak lungt or coniumptlon. II It doe ment of agriculture at Washington. And found that there was just emough to perform the cermony. No evening Bomeip you ii coaia you notBinf. g diess will be allowed; there must be This little group of men, consisting j to pay his incline tax. LOCK BOX 616 OHIO MEDICAL GO. j Gentleman. a "complete back and front," Skirts Country COLUMBUft O usually of about half a dozen, who must bo long and wide enough to alare cut off from the world one day a B "For years wj have used in our family, low kneeling without exposing tho month from the crop reporting board. CAN TALK TO 'EM ALL and I have never found any medicine that could take its B calf of tho leg, "much less tho knee." At 2:15 sharp the doors are opened place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville.Tenn. Mr. Sta- B and the roport given to the lopresen-- ! The average person Is content with Sleeves must come to the elbow and LIV-VEcy, who is a Rutherford Cou.ity farmer, recommends -R B tatives of the press who are waiting a vocabulary of from 1000 to 5000 the head must be covered with a hat as a medicine that should be kept in every houseIs Words. Even Shakespeare knew, only or veil. If tho wedding gown is Jor it, and a moment later the news hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- B flying to every part of tho country. 25,000 and Milton less than half that made of transparcnta material, It B vent them from developing Into serious troubles. must bo well lined. TO get that news a little In advance i,t jtrs ros0 nelter of Chicago be worth thousands of dollars rjea iso.OOO words In her head. This Hi FL1VVERUS DEMOCRATS To try to give it out means that she could tnlk contlifuous-aheato some men. B of time is punishable by a fine y for j,if a ,ay an,j not repeat a sln-William Jennlugs Bryan speaking $10,000 'or imprisonment for 10 gie WOrd. The secret is that she can years or both. Only once was it at- - Bpeak 1C languages fluently. Somoj In Washington recently was dlscuss- -tempted, and tho guilty employee was Women would be great talkers if they s.lnB si of the great achievements of enprosecuted. had so many words but Mrs. Relter man. "Just taKa tne gasoune Pccl.rleht all tho time. Don't la? oH Shortly before1 the time to issue the &ays tne more 8ne Jtnrna the less she gine," he said. "Look at th emilllons "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy from work for days by taking calomel Teport the secretary of agriculture Is when pleaBant Talking bores mo," of autos, trucks, tractors, motorboats, es t0 ia kcopa yo declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a on your feet, whilorellovlngyour troubi admitted into tho room to approve It, 8a 8ays. i nm happiest when si airplanes and other things run by the cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dolvi gasoline engine, and yet tho gaspllne family if it wasn't for after reviewing tho work of the lent." It has saved us many tako anything else. You can't afford engine was developed since I began board. It Is ho who sets the time for I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bvb I know that WHAT EVERY WOMAN AVANTS to run for president. torn and relieves constipation.. A nat out it I know it js a reliable and splendid medicine to keep tho release. An hour later the Jiral remedy, natural in its actions, bum well, for In my first campaign dele; goes over to tho government highly and am in the house. I recommend in its effect nnd certain in results. It After spending seven months on gatlons of Democrats in the various printing office for publication In tho never without it." won't bo long beforo UcVcLax vW coral strands' of a South sen Jslo towns I visited would meet me at tho tho Monthly Crop Reporter. At all druggists. completely displaco calomel in over exnome.v Children can take it freely an4 At tho last meeting of the general for tho 'sako of sclenco,' Mr, and Mrs. station with a hack. They would with perfoct safety. Every bottle guarassembly of tho International Iintl- - William Meng of New York havo re- - plain thut not a Democrat In town anteed. 50c and ?1 in bottles.. Nori Only Republifuto of Agriculture at Romo It was turned from their Adam and Evo had an. automobile. genuine without tho likeness and BiKBV lure of L. K. Grigsby. For sale by r "" agreed without dispute that tho Unit- - existence to clvlllzatlo'n. Mrs. Meng's cans could afford .thorn then. Someautomonaturally was, times they would borrow an ed States has tho most complete nnd exlsfirst question I. WL iWITJ.UMt1, . Hajtfort, bile from a Republican to take me to accurate svstem of agricultural ata- - "What are women wearing?" ever-present publican Automobiles, until finally along came Henry Ford and made n Democratic one!" A CASH OFFER Inrge-sc.tl- o re-rrr- ts -- $1.75 '""V New-Yor- k . '(1 '. . - yj . con-M- il nt Anglo-Germa- n pEvery moan-splrlto- raii'5?tis?&H Aiyhasiti m f-- m 1 M " - asso-tur- egard - J Children Cry CASTO R A i. -- J Mothers use '?f i l. 2.-- Much VeriMfii& Fertile - I one-thir- - - -- fSSn GERMINAL j Qnf annaH9DBflnnDDNDDDnnnDannnBD FORGONE MONTH g v Colds 6c Headache Black-Draught s S i a a a n Black-Draug- ht USE LAX car-wou- ld d ot THEDFORD'S For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, BLACK DRAUGHT ... Black-Draught. nian-iiscrl- pt Black-Draug- ht a OBflaBOBBBDflBDMDflBDBfllJaBDnaB aa Accept No Imitations X-- , 4 H tr- - Xf . or fatal disease, and nothing like ' pita from touching tholr ekln, and sniAl.1i VOX, VACCINK, , 4V ' lltJAl.TH HOAIUW AND lOCTOIW smallpox, and there wero many, Iihtthnft aamo doctors, and at tho saRlO claimed A3 an explanation, that it tlmo (If the opportunity afforded It) your M. War- -' wns not coWpox, but somo other dis- nuts tho pub from tho cow into (Copyright 1021 Uy Wm. - ease ha had transferee! from the cow; skin and claims this pus of the cow den M. I). All fights Reserved.) ,., n miM ixiin nf. nr nrnvnnM j In tho case of one boy who died, Jcn-n- r kUUQUS H A..,.. .nv. w. w ,...- smnllnox altogether. Tho doctors! I think It Is of vast Importance fover," In said It Was "tho ovexywljcro, to ho said It was "tho contagious claim that this cow pus Is made puro for all tho people more about smallpox and fover," and In one vory grave caso, by chemicals in tho laboratories of know than they now know; or at but not fatal, ho said It was erysipe- tho vaccine fnrnifl, nnd that this least, "know moro than Is generally las; but.whon a porson who he had "pure" pus, is put Into the skin of known. Smallpox Is a gravo dlsoasej vaccinated, successfully, had a severe tho healthy person a give a dlseaso. o or fatal case of smallpox, then Jen oftn putting out tho eyes, and Judgment, thou art fled to brult- leaving tho person crippled for ner had no explanation; ono of "Oh lah beast, life, or ends In death, after great suf- tSeso was Lord Grosvenor's children, And men have lost their reasonl fering. The laws of quarantining who took smallpox severely, after Bear with me." nnd clcanllntsa should bo strictly and having been vaccinated by Jenner. Of rigidly enforced, as this Is the only all of Jonner'a Work In vaccination It I have not read anything against remedy known, that will provent a Beems ho was able to exhibit only vaccination ond all tho writing that, I person from catching smallpox, and one case, --James Phlpps, 'who was have' road, was written by doctors I bellove that It the enforcement of vaccinated by Jenner nnd afterwards who wero very much In favor of vac these Inws of quarantine nnd cleanlU pus was taken from a smallpox pus- clnatlon and recommend It; but these ncs Is dono, then this dread dlseaso tule and inserted Into the boy and no same doctors say that vaccination disease followed, nnd this was tak- may cause ono of tho diseases in the would ho finally eradicated nnd extinct. Smallpox Is a dlseaso en- as proof conclusive, that cowpox following list: erysipelas, Jaundice, of tho human, nnd Is not a. disease of vacclnutlon waB protection against syphilis, vaccinal ulcors, gangrene, the animal, and has no conectlon with smallpox, when It should have been tuberculosis, scptlcaomla and akin the disease of animals as was thought known nnd remembered that from eruptions, also leprosy; they claim, It had been the however, that this happens only when by gome of the ancients of tho dark time Immemorial, peoplo to Impure Is occldently obtain ..nges, nnd as Is claimed by some doc- practice of tho common tors of the present time. Who first vaccinate persons with cowpox pus ed and used. My own opinion Is, that described smallpox Is unknown, but and with pus from the puBtule of a when this rotten cow flesh, common It Is known to have existed In India porson with smallpox ond that, In ly callot' pus, or matter, Is Inserted mnny centuries before tho Christian cither case, It often happened thnt no Into the healthy flesh of a t.orson, era, and on each epidemic outbreak disease followed. Jenner's doctrlno and It "takes," It almost always of tho dlsoaso tho natives congregaieu was not different from the peasants causes blood poisoning of more or less and called on tho Brahmin priest to of his country. It seemsthat nothing roverlty: that If Jt cpuuus smallpox;assist in prayer while the people wore was done to clean up tho stables syphilis, leprorfy, or any other ulswhern .cows and horses wore kept M.-then that dlssasj 13 In Its orTjelng Inoculated for smallpox; tembullded and these cere- and It appears that In Jenner's time iginality and most violent form. It Is ples had been monies and Inoculations had been cleanllnees was thought to bo unim a fact, conceded by all doctors, that practiced from tho remotest antiqui- portant or unknown; In fact from the all diseases have their origin In deor ty, nnd from "this orlglnnl mat the place picked on tho cow to get tho pus caying, or decayed vegetable, the practice of inocula- It seems to jne the more filthy the animal product,. particularly of the disease, nnd tion, appears to have had a diffusion hotter they thought It to ho. Before animal, and an pus Is tho last process Into Africa. Asia. China, Turkey and Jenner's time the peasants' methods In decaying, It is the most infectious, now extending thruout the civilized of Inserting tho pus was" by rubbing and wh,en put into tho skin and flesh world. From the tlmo of the discov- It on with their hands, with a lan of people it is likely to cause any of ery of smnllpox until tho present cet or knife or by putting It in tho tho many known diseases, and a com plication of diseases, or ft likely to time, It was believed thit animals noso; Jenner used a lancet and it afrecord In cauge'a lingering,, loathsome, painful thnt there Is no aiul fowls, of all kind, that wore dlevldonco of his knowing any thing amj fawi disease before unknown. flicted with sores, had tho same or th nature of Of the many reported fatal cases of seaso as smallpox In the human, ond of that I hayo pus was taken from tho smallpox and ho made no Improve- - smallpox vaccination that If the sore of an animal, or the fowl and put meut, whatever, over the doctrlno of ead. I will only mention a few "Death of tho Sunllllc child: De- In the skin of a. person. It produced the common peasants of his day etc.; he mado ropeated and extra efforts position of tho Mother: My Mother j shceppox. cowpox, chickenpox, depending on what animal, or fowl to get tne muorsomeni 01 imjraiuiuim, nart my ntue gin, aiargarei, iwo anu . nl.l vnnMnntnrt liv Dr. A. rnmnlMplv! lr.lt It Seems i.i tho pus was taken from, and that this t.i.t fnllu.l person from n futuro thnt from JenneT's popularity the nn March 1.1th at 10 o'clocka. m.. protected tho excopt the child was strong and robust. That comattack of the smallpox;Mn thomostly 'nhvslclans remained silent, rono. Dr. Ingonhousz, a celebrated same evening at about 7 o'clock, she belief was mencement this with the poor and unlearned people physician and man of science, who a3ked mo to take her on nly knees,was sayinB that she was tired. Almost Imof tho east, called peasants;. but this said publicly, that vaccination uellef, and practice, was not confined a uaelws and dangerous practice; but mA1iiatelv she beitan to vomit, at .. 4.h.k.almillnAn s .v.fcMiv in tho onlnlon of tho Illiterate, jenner was mosi jioimiur mm ic uau first somo bread and after that glai as tho Duchess of Cleveland, In the one advocate In the House of Parlia- ry matter. During the night she was given the vaccinated. year A. D. 1GG0, said that she was ment, which enabled him to obtain very restless and had considerable The original doctrine of vaccinanot fearful of smalljox disfiguring grants, amounting In the aggregate, diarrhoea. Tho little one died at 9 tion was to vaccinate only against a qum o'clock In the morning, and there contagious disease In which one atand Injuring her beauty, because she to 40,000 pound sterling, a im,l hn.l cownox. Until 1S4MC" lfad equnl to J193,C00 of U, S. coin; he were purpule "spots on the neck, arms tack was a protection against a secand and legs." Death of the Gradcop ond attack, and of whldh smallpox been the practice to Inoculate persons claimed to havo studied medicine with tho pus from people wno nan a. had tho Oxford University to confer child: depo'sltlon of tho mother: 'I was the most dreaded; but now they mild case o fsmallpox, In tho belief tho degree of M. D. In 1313; believ- had my lltle boy vaccinated by Dr. recommend to vaccinate against a hnt mieh would cause a like mild ing this would enable him to obtain A. tho day they vaccinated children, disease In which one attack is not a I fall he was three and a half years old and protection against a second attack, rnRPi with the person inoculated, but some practice, but this failed; was found that this Inoculation of- - to find nny record of his attendance l very strong child; during the night and resulting in leaving the patient it ten caused a severe and ratal case, of any medical school and ho refused ho suffered greatly with diarrhoea in precisely the same position as beD. and was much exhausted tn the morn- fore vaccinated and as likely to take and often failed to "take," and rare- to be examined for a degree of M. case, as intended, Parliament refused to recommend ing, had some convulsions during tho the same disease for which the perly caused a mild nmi in each case, where It was known his doctrine and this so mortified day.; his little body, witn the excep- son was vaccinated against as before. to "take," It spread smallpox and this Jenner that he went home to Berke- tion of his face and arms became About 400 years before'Christ an antirnrtlee was Drohlblted by Engllsn ley, where he was elected magistrate, black, and he died at 4 p. m." Death cient physician, Hipp'ocrajtes, describlaw in 1840. There has been, and which position ho hold tlithls death of B. F Olowine. age 23;' was in ex- ed a disease commonly known as "a From this so called, "Dr. cellent health until vaccinated in the bad cold," and In the year A. D. 1173 a now. beintr written, a great deal In 1823. of advocating the practice Edward Jenner's Great Discovery," arm near" .the shoulder, suffered with Hlrsch discovered an epidemic of literature, extho arm and shoulder from time of this disease and at Irregular interof vaccination, and all the writers the practice of vaccination, has hnt r have read, refer to Dr. Edward tended, I suppose, over the entire vaccination till a cancer had formed vals, it has occurred until 1918 which on this arm and shoulder the Blze of I think was the last epidemic, and Jenner of London, England .who they world. inim madn the discovery of vaccina In 1800 vaccination was first In- a largo water bucket when he died the modern physicians have reforred tlon on May 14th 1796. Xrt Edward troduced In the United States at two and a half years after being vac- to this disease, so well known as "a Jenner was the son of riev. Stephen Cambridge, Mass. By DrT Waterhouso cinated. Death of Lucille, age 6 bad cold," a3 Influenza, Catarrhal Rockhampton anu years, daughter of H. F. Sturdevant; fever and Contagious catarrh, and in Jenner. rector-o- f Baltimore, Md. by Dr. James virnr nf norkeley: the Jonners pos nnd at the child and parents objected, but 1839 they adopted the French name, these and other do'ctors took was forced to submit by a doctor and sessed considerable landed property Smith; "La Grippe" and in 1918 the Spanish advocating tho The morbid nnj worn nonular. Edward, who was an active Interest" In it, with only two policemen; blood poison Imme- name, "The Flu." doctrine and' practicing diately set in, resulting in death after anatomy and symptoms in this disborn May 17 1749, was carefully cases and all went rea, orinrntnd and after the death of his a few fatal according to the mildness or severity thirteen days of suffering. sonably well until In 1836 at One writer says he was called to ease are the same, and varying only went from Berkeley, where he father Mass. when about BO per- Investigate ono case In which forty-tw- o and rwded Wna iinm. to Sodbury of each case and having only the same sons wore vaccinated and it led to chlldron had been vaccinated varltlon as all other diseases, and a Burgobn, Dr. Ludlow, and nt .with was an epidemic hii imrt Sarah Nelines. a young pen disaster; the aresult and the suspen- the evening before and at 9 o'clock why the modern doctors say'La panic of smallpox, the following niornlng found 5 dead Grippe." or "The Flu,'" Is a different sant woman, said to Jenner that she uccpuro sion of business; this was a great set- and the balance very JU with vomiting . was not afraid of small.).-and more severe disease than what back to the doctrine and practice of and diarrhoea; later this same wrltor la known thruout the country as "a bad had cowpox. At tin age of she and it. was considerable reports a like case, except 6 were .01 nr mnrn nronerlv. lti hss twenty- - vaccination bad cold," I wilt not say; I am not tlmo before it survived the blow. The dead the morning after vaccination. going to say that it la for tho puryear, ho proceeded to London I think, was ui pnuse of tho disaster, - In nlrtJhose severe and fatal cases the pose to frighten tho people and cause nnd resided two years in ir.o " thnsB deluded' people woro lead todoctors of the present tlmo, explains them to buy moro medicine, vaccinate Hunter and during this Dr. John depeud on a false security (vaccina fine he r aimed to be a naturalist tion) In tho place of depending, on that the wrong disease was transfer- and call tho doctor more often. They In that red from the cow, which is the same have a vacclno for "the flu", they , and was employed Jo do wcrk isolation nnd quarantine, and explanation Jenner gave. 150 yoars claim was made from the coughed up capacity. ago, great favorite in gon- spit and lung's from patients at the Jenner was a distribution of This wholosalo "s-society, from his agreean-- anu The modern doctor has made no hospitals, and they recommend that dis,anil the smallpox and other "loathsome Improvement over Jenner and tho the whole people be vaccinated with Instructive eases, resulting" Jn the cause jot many peasants, of a century and a half ago, this vaccine so made, and claim that , nnv nccom?!Uhiornt8 he pii4"ssed. fcreatly retarded the lingering it prevents "tne flu," or causes It to He waB a fair musician, both as a progress deatV business, but the and can't, because pus. Is pus. of the a be more mild if you lake It, but they -- nw.aini.nr nmi fiddler, and also It Is, and rotbing more." "This It back soy for you to burn up the spit of a natural hUtury, busy doctors finally worked luccesa'ni w.ieron for The 'business of vaccinating into popularity and the demand for person who has respiratory disease. geology and signs of the weatnor from the cow, be- smallpox Is paying, and this originat- During the epidemic of "the flu" a t i7oa t.a mnrrlfiil Catherlno Kings.- pus and matter and increasing and ed the idea with the modern pharma come vory great charged iote. In 1792 he reso.ved to conflno causing vaccine farms to bo establlsh-.- i cists and doctors, to make a vacclno woman told me tb,e doctor as a physician, her $E6.00 for vaccinating her daughli'inself to practicing, they went to diseases ,!,. mwi nm collected and koi)t- for otherconcernt, and now have one, ter against the flu. imd obtained authority from Saint and on the cows' bol- work, in and sores aro mado Bad colds now called "The Flu," Andrew. Eluding bl and vulvas, and from Mr more vaccines lor every uiseuso are with us all the time, and any Berkdy, would not support a physi- lies, udders pus Is taken and sold by known oththese sores porson golhg where there are fifty or cian, he visited Cheltenham and The Intn ,thn RVIn of i. .. ,i... ,n kn nut ... towns, and advocated hU doctrine uiu uuoo, " "" Doctors, everywhere, and mildness of smallpox, if such is more people congregated, wjll hear er healthy people. of horsepox and cowpox vaccination; t tho ronnt tima. mv 'that nus Js the case, as claimed by the advocates more or less coughing; this Is partia diamong tho peasants there was brought about by cularly demonstrative when the conan- yery dangerous, causing blood pol- - of vaccination, are gregating Is continued, especially in vision of belief as to what kind of - uisbubb, uuu qumn.uiu0, wui,um 10...... son, or some oiner sevenepiwas best to get the pus from, and imal oo eivou the ttampness of the night; the when they treat a icose where there treatment now jernea Jenner could not decide between the i. ... n,Q ,,n.tn.intct iinrtni- - is exl each case, also this variation is not demic of this disease is. sometimes very extensive, often extendlngover cpw and horse, and used the pus from tremely careful to have every thing different from the variations In the the entire world, and is much more finally one. and then the other, but sores of any other dlsease,and nBinir nntlsentlcs enldemlca ii.iv during epidemics gave preference to pus front the Loncareful not to tlte lew number of deaths claimed to violent and most work in gome years ago a man aged 67, on eows; he did trot nn thRr nVin! hn with the vaccinated, than is with nnd n,., nnv ni,Q tn don, getting pus from the Udder per- some dactoV wear rubber clothing, the unvacclnated, are probably more called me to see him, his physician, when the .. . . . .. vac : vulva of the cow and nu..uAi.A.H T.. ruooer gloves 10 Keep we iaau i..i miuvu "f " "" wool tii etit who was advising him to take a vaccinated bad a grave especially son he bad I or vaccl-untlo- n, CALL ON US -- othor-wls- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. In fact, we bo-co- are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. cow-,pu- 8 BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. something to SELL or .anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad":,in THE 7If You have e, HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Vl blood-poisonin- g, I I' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY - Attlo-boroug- h, . Xi-- rt clean-llnes- s. nl ..ru-iratlon- s - n, noietf-tow- -- .,. Ola.-.,- , 'belng-extrem- ely a -- cine treatment,, accompanied mo; I says the question is yet not settled. found the man had1 Brlght's disease I began the study of medicine about and rheumatism and each disease In 40 years ago' and received a diploma-frothe Medical Department of the? their chronic stage; the man asked me If I thought the vaccine, proposed University of Louisville March 1st for him to take would" cure or help 1888, after having cpmplled' with all him; I told him it was impossible for laws of that institution. I am the vaccine to do either. I saw the the not a specialist, but having suffered man no more, and some months later I was creditably Informed that his more or less from tho effects of vacvacdoctor had continued his visits and cination and from the tlmo I was advice-t- o vaccine, that he cinated at the age of about eight take tlie had taken it and his doctor had col- years, until the present time, and., lected $286.00 from the poor wid- having this reminder, all along, I ow. Recently a man said to me that give (he subject considerable atten- a doctor had) proposed giving him ' tlon and from the time of my graduaseven vaccines for J21.00, which the. tion nearly 34 years ago, I have as physician, treated many doctor said; was a permanent cure many for biliousness und asked If I thought cases of blood poison, and' no, and he did 'cases of "vaccination," and' often it would do It, I said not take the vaccine. Tho business ' one of each at the same time, and I any thing in of vaccination has become a great am certain as I am of commercial and paying business. It connection with medicine, that the., Is important that all the peploe know 'two diseases; or conditions, are thtv ' what tho vaccines have got to do, to one and the same thing. Doctors, 'and authors appear to depend, wholdo what the doctors claim; as in the case of Bright's disease and rheuma- ly, upon the size, color and shapo of tism, the vaccine would have had to the vesicle, or vesicles caused by the to tell restored tho kidneys and muscular 'pus applied In vaccination, tissue of all the muscles and cause ' whether It Is smallpox, or something a normal action of nil the organs of ' else the pus has caused; now, as it is the system; tho same thing would ' a fact that vesicle or vesicles, are a have to be dono In all other diseases. blister, or blisters and as there is abWith the numerous families of.peo-pl- e, solutely no certainty, or uniformity nature has fixed some to have in the size, color and shape of bliswhether black eyes, some blue, some big ters or their formation, noses, some small and some families caused by pus, a burn, or the mashhave weak heart, others strong, oth- ing of .an old fashioned potato' bug, ers have weak kidneys "or stomach dr other Insect, of the application, pt and some families have weak lungs 'one of tho many irritating "fluids; ! and other families strong mngs e:c; therefore nothing can be learned exfrom the blister, alone, to enable tho now the vaccine that is used so tensively to vaccinate against tuber- doctor to tell what disease, or comculosis, would, If It did what Is plication of diseases tho deluded porthe entire son has obtained by having tho pus claimed1 for It, change course of nature, and make all fam inserted. 11 18 u cuuceuttu 1UUI. U UK llOHUUO, Hies to have, alike, strong lungs, and further It would havo to provide them that there is nothing yet known, that 'with proper food and clothing, and call be put into a person, that will be prevent their being crowded togeth- a certain cdre, or a certain prevener. . Vaccines against contagtous dis- tive of nny dlseaso; honce I say- do eases would havo to do the same not force any thing onto a person. I havo no faith, whatever, In any thing the dlseaso Itself would do, to claimed; thus of the vaccines,, .and think they aro accomplish the result In the vaccination against smallpox dangerous and hazardous to health the cow pus Inserted; would have to and life, especially those made from that ' animal product, and more especially do something In the system changed back or rein- those that have been made for a long' would not be I stated and If It don't do this, then time, as they undergo decomposition protection, and If It and become more poisonous. I think It can not be a does this, then It would follow that the health boards and doctors are not. vaccination with cow pus is a protec- 'fair with the people. I think that ' tion agalnst.ltselt and a person could ' every person should petition their revnc'clnated. Kentucky has a representatives to repeal the compulnot be law, by which all persons are com- sory law, set you free and give you the pelled to submit to be vaccinated one J same right the law of our courts of Justlco give to tho worst criminal time, with the cowpox pus. seems to me to be a doubt i the benefit of a doubt. There WM. M. WARDBN, M. D. with authors as to whether cowpox J smallp'ox' are related7, and Sir centertown, Ky., Dec. 22nd.. 1921. and WHHam 'Osier, who Is conceded',' by Call ob TIe Repabbcaa for Fi most physicians to be the best authority on the practice of medicine, Job Printing. -- J -- j S3 i- - - iat'HJMi ii .- 'iwttwww&wwto!;wK,!W'WWM;yss$'s Uncommon Sense By JOHN BLAKE , CLOTHES, CONFIDENCE MARK TWAIN could nfTord to Ills delight In unusual choc to walk clown Broadway In a suit of lilnc Jeans It would not affect Ids financial Btnndlng, although It might create surprise, for Ids custom Is to dress himself rather neatly, Kuweit Sugo wore the same straw hat for 1C years, nnd was alile nt the same time to get more Interest Investment thnn on a thousand-dolla- r nlniost nnyhody else In Wall street. Hut Sage wns nn exception. And when he wns Just out of Troy, begin-nln- g his long climb In New York, ho dressed more varefully. The Importance of good clothes Is the confidence they Inspire, riot only In the wenrerliut In those with whom ' he comes Into contact. mnn Impresses The others with a hellef In Ills competence. The mnn In rusty coat and haggy trousers Is viewed with an eye of suspicion. "If ho Is nhle, why doesn't he dress well?" nsks the world. To the Joli seeker nothing Is so much of an asset as n prosperous appearance. He need not he dressed ns the colwriter of the fashlons-for-me- n umns would dlctntc, hut his clothes should he whole and clean, nnd not three or four yenrs hehfnd the style One reason for this Is that competent men usually take a prldu In their personal appearnnce and dress well. And the world takes lt? Impressions from custom. It is not customary for n bookkeeper or clerk to ho shnhhy. Therefore a shnhhy bookkeeper or clerk is looked upon a8 lacking In ability. Of course dressing too well Is as had as dressing too poorly. The flnsli-ll- y clad youth who wears cheap Imitagarments Is i' tions of gnm-bleusually set down nsa follower, and or n horse-racostn'nds'a small chance of getting any well-dresse- d -ultrn-stylisttin-hor"' nnd fnntnstlc dollies. n genius. If Jolin D. Rockefeller lie was good Job. But the youth who Is careful about buying nnd keeping his clotlve", nnd who looks as well as ho can, will get After that, nt least consideration. provided there Is any Job to got, whether he gets It or not, depends upon his manner. And his manner Is surely to be more Impressive If he Is well dressed than If he Is shabbily clad. (Copyright.) -- O- Molp L This Is the eotpel of the kirk The Lord of Love to live with the roae Thli 1 thorn-curse- ggr-f- ri oBook ring It, y belli o( labor came down from abore, the men who work. He planted here In the soli-He- aven d Is blest with perfect rest, but the Messing of earth Is toll. IIBNHY VAN DYKB. CHILDREN'S LUNCHEONS luncheon problem affects a per cent o tho American 11 ,i to v, iiuuiujj mi. iiiuuier .wiaiiea a xijy fdrnlsh to her child a large amount of nourishment with the least tax upon the digestive system, ns study comes so soon after the luncheon Is euten. For the little kindergarten child the ten o'clock lunch fctiotild be very light, usually composed of fruit. Asandwlch with date and apple filling, or banana nnd chopped nut meals Is delicious. A bunch of grapes with a sandwich, fig and walnuts chopped ns sandwich filling, nnd a pear or apple, these are, nil good and suggestive of other good copjblnatlons. fiy- - using sweet sandwiches with fruit or sweet dried fruits the child will not have such a craving for sweets. A little candy Is good properly eaten nt the proper time, but In tho lunch baskets, usually thnt goes first and tho appetite Is spoiled for more substantial foods. THE i. . I Copyright, nuuuU 1921, Western nUnxtfL Newspaper Union. LYRICS OF LIFE Dy DOUGLAS MALLOCH CHRISTMAS, EVERYONEI MERRY Merry Christmas, Everyone! Rich in love and Rich In fun, Young and old, and aire and sonl Cnstlo hall or " Humble cot, wealth, Rich in .r . In wealth forgot, Share the joy The star foretold, Make tho day A day of gold, Sire nnd son, and young and oldJ . '1 ' Everyone by Vale or hill, Everyone Rejoicing still Young and old, what land ''jl 'jOr tonjjue, Never old and Ever young , , 1 ""'.r j, - ' ' , i ., . . ,, J Mrs. Hannah Awbry, 150 n . 17.49 Oils Craig, 10 a. 9.33 I'of Stnto, County And .School Thy, "Mrs. 0. M. Craig, 62 n, 12.55 for 1021' iW. S. Henr, 1 town I&t 10.3.1 I Walter Mnrlow, SO n,. f 12.52 Notlco Is hereby glvon thnt I, or,.C. H. Pierce, 1 town lot 0.C3 ' -- . ft t .vt feutkti 5t M. BBH I one of my deputies will on Monday, ("Mrs. JCharMe Spencer, 75 n. .. 7.31 oh fey . IV T aCTBTB i A.l dKr. February C, 1922 between the hours Mrs. May Whither, 1 ttfwn lot 5. 82 U .,M , tot, . .1 tM7- - so it Httk viu & rwtk ot iu 0 ciocK a. m. and 2 0 clock p j A". H West Fordsvlltc Nat Dtckott; 61 n. in , at the Court House door In Hart18.77 exposo to John Ceaser, 1 town. lot.... ford, Ohio County, 0.56 , y it, public salo for cash In hand, tho fol - T. A. Evans, 70 n 17,19 so Jasper Oner, l,town lot lowing described property, or G.49 j much thereof as may be necessary to G. W. Huff, 30 a 7.25 pay State, County and School tax due Arlena Kirk, C3 a. . . . .' 2,42 , thereon nnd unpaid, and the Intorest Nn. j penalty and costs thereon. Frank McKlaley,60 a 9.35 No. 1 East Hartford Louisa Payne, 75 n , 6.35 nmt, tax J.1 T. Strange, 1 town lot Dy whom listed No. acres 10.10 8.65 Jas. 2. Gray, 50 a. . . No. a 1 Shrove Mrs.Mnrgarot Gray, 70 a. , . . ' 6.71 J. D. Algood, 80 a, 12.83 G. W. Hohntmer 45 a. 2 T. L.. 27."58 W, Whlttom, 90 a 12.59 27.83 W. K. Hardin, 49 n. . . No. tin Olaton 2.80 Miss Mary Miss Virginia HInes, 4p; a J. Miller, 50 a. 11.10 14.47 Mrs. Mattto Laws, 100 a. Charlie Qulsenberry, 127 a. 20.12 Mnymo E. Richardson, 30 n. . . 5.02 No. M lluford 6.82 W. B. Thomas, 25 a. . . . i W. E. Hlnton, baj. 196 a.... 17.51 No. 4 Sulphur Springs Jean Paige, one of the most handMayfleld, .61 n 16.45 some "movie" stars, spent practically 8.82 James Mrs. Mary Uratcher, GG a S. M. Rtagnn, 1 town lot 32.19 her entire life on her father's model 13.40 1'al Coots, 46 a No. St Hurt let t farm at Paris, III. She never dreamed Elimer Dalton, 80 a. . , D. P. King, 50 a 8.73 of a motion picture career, but uncon,. . , 13.92 J. A. Ralph, 67 a M. L. Dever, G5 a sciously was preparing herself for It, 15.76 6.18 K. O. Fielden, 20 a spending her after-schohours at No. 23 Ilefllii '. 25.55 Henry Hlntou, 89 a Jf Loll . Tio Scfiool j . horseback riding and ether healthful I . 13.63 J. E. Kirk, 66 a 10.73 W. T. Wright, .GO a and daring sports. It vas not until No. 20 Cornlvo J0.04 .Tas. H. Wright, 124 a. . after she went East to school that she 13.S6 W. S. Hill. 8 town lots 10.32 received an offer from a producer, iJuo H. Wright, 38 a. .1. No. 29 Ralph " which she accepted. Her splendid work No. 5 Mugnu THE FRIENDLY PATH G.27 Sarah B. Magan, 15 n Is known to millions. This Is one of 8.R1 C. B. Martin, bal. 1 town J. W. Babbit, 27 a lot . . . 7.93 pictures. her latest 4.57 N. S. Sutton, mineral By WALTER I. ROBINSON D. A. Heudrlx, 57 a 9.72 O 16. 4S Leo Modcalf,' 70 a ,TDmDK K00th ,)cforo n fn,t-- " No. .10 Prentiss Everyone knows this J H. W. Ralph, 44 a 6.25 Joo F. Barnes, 10 n. J . 17.91 prowerb, but too ninny ' Bj F. A. WALKER .Jfo. fl Cromwell D C. Lake, 117 a 15.40 forget It. Their own hnpplness 31.0C Addlo Mao Wnllr.co, 100 a. .. 8.11 Quy Faught, 80 a nnd the happiness of others Is '. 8.65 NowtMVllloughby, SO a 13.GS- G. W. Poole, 44 a endangered thereby. X CRY FOR CAPTAINS Xo. 7 Cool Springs No. HI Herbert During the selfish period following the end of fighting in Le3lle and Lester Davenport, W. H. Ihnklns, 45 n 6.67 nre you doing to Improve 36.56 Mrs. Mary Pleasant, 55 acres. . 13.24 France nnd Belgium ther6 was 175 a WHAT mind, to sharpen your plenty of evidence thnt there 5.11 vision and so equip yourseif No. ifi Arnold Everett Oreen. 30 a was a wide Inclination among 42.73 !,, W. Anen 60 a. '. thnt you may press onwnrd and take 10.S9 Eskel Kitchens, 200 a both men nnd women to be your place among th& leaders? 'o. 8 Xortli Kockporl, 4.57 Tone Allen (heirs) 50 a proud. Not proud of nnything The whole world keeps cnllln:; for '8.11 Green B. Bratcher, 1 town lot 7.S9 J. W. Alloa, 100 a they had done to contribute to men and women who are qutilliled by George Devlne, 1 town l't. . . . 3.85 B. H. Burden, 2& a .. 9.49 the grand victory of the allied patience, alertness mid ability, to acA. L. Fulkerson, 1 town lot . . 12.32 Sul Cotton, 20 ivr 5.10 "forces, but proud because they cept responsibilities where rewards are 17.65 Mrs. JIary Hoops, 1 town lot 5.07 Frank Cummlngs, 50 n. t hud been privileged for a time to large and opportunities are unlimited. handle more money, due to high Nannie P. Heck, 1 town lot . . . 5.07 E. E. Crabb, 140 a. .."... 29.11" Everywhere the cry goes up for tree, four niont I try fe'eguro wnges and profltc, nnd because LASSA wot's Idee for linvn da cops more captains I Mrs. Fred Landruiu, 1 town lot .6.51 H. B. Green, 25 a 7.05 they were able, In many Ineen every town. I nska my frlen The, ranks of privates are filled to 13.29 Mrs. Josephine Layton, 2 town Jesse Maiden, 112 a stances to wear better clothes nnd lie suy poleecenuin ees for keepu repletion with grumblers, who pinch 23.04 Perry Morris. 100 a. lota 15.99 and drive more attractive motor, da peace. "You know', Pietro," Ire say, their envelope on pay day and scowl 7.39 Mrs. F. Swlhart, 63 a. ........ 4.56 J. C; Turley, 1 town lot curs than they had before. "eef we no gotta cops nobody kcep'a du enviously and mnllgnnntly upon those 15.S4 Emory Tllford, f town lot... S.05 S. C. Smith, 114 a This was unfortunnte for tho peace." energetic souls who, with seemingly No. O South Itockport No. 34 Simmons. r. j, Individuals who had 'become afWell, inebbe ees right, I duiino, but small effort, earn ns much In a week 12.21 Mrs. Mltchel Elder, 12 a Jerry Dawson, 6 a. flicted. But It wns even more I gottu deefrenco idee. 1'lenta times us the grumblers earn In a month 4.56 J. L. Miller, 41a .." 12.33 Mrs. Nancy Fulkerson, 5 a. unfortunate for the world nt een du paper I read'a where ees league These privates nre becalmed In'thc large, for tho reason that there Joe P. Graves, 4 a. and 2 town Graves Southard, 1 town lotv'.?-3for enforce da peace. And nother plive sea of life with burning hearts. They 1 can be little charity cmnnntlng It 1. - "m, MNI 19.59 lots een samn paper ees tellu bouta Pres-deluck stamina nnd resolution. In nine from proud sources, nnd no one 24.38 Mrs. Ora Allen, 90 a Harding innka da peace. 7.91 W. P. Graves, 125 a. cases out of ten they have no one to needs to be told what must ultiCharlie-Grant- , I gotta Idee when everybody try blame for their lowly estate but them5 a. 17.47 Mrs. Rebecca Brown, 95 a. 15.22 mately result when love dies good. worku on da suma Job ees r 15.97 Dr. C. D. Baxter, 60 a selves. 24.91 Ira Hartley, 37 a. . down. I'resdcnt Harding maka da peace, othThey waste their leisure hours and 10.08 J. D. Chappell, 40,a 9.54. j ,. J. C. Hunt, 1 town lot It Is, consequently, a good er bunch ees force da peace, cops keepa holidays In frivolous amusements In 7.39 Mrs. Robert Decker, 1 town lot 5.82 Mrs. R. P. Her, 1 town lot thing thnt people as n rule no da peace and eef I flndn guy whosa stead of giving sober thought to the Mrs.' Sallle B. Jackson, 165 a., Mrs. Louise Deweese, 60 a... 9.54 longer find pride In having much trow rocks at my cat lasa night you future. 54.68 L. J. Dawson, 70 a 19.08 money to spend. Instead they and one town lot can bettn your life I breaka da peace. Everything that tends to their eleva16.26 Willie Graves, 100 a nre more generally found to be 23.06 Willie Minton, 10 a But too moocha peace putta "country tion' and betterment is studiously proud when they can tell of. .13.12 Q. W. Hoover, 120 a. 29.46 on da bum. Jusa Ilka da lleever when Jno. Murphy, 1 a. shunned. Their aspirations, if they money saved, or wort well done ees broka down. I try fcesa mine other have any, are smothered at birth. 10.96 Mrs. Nannie Qulnn, 13 a. . . 7.41 Mrs. Lydia Hazellp, 25 a. . and economies effected. Pride day and I gotta seexnteen piece left 9.54 B. F. McCormlck, 196 a. 91.01 Mrs. Eliza Robinson, 80 a. In moments of depression, when a of this character is not likely over nnd he ees no worka yet. Meb-b- c steady, trustworthy; clear vislonetl 15.22 R. D. Robinson, bal. on 86 a. Horace McCormlck:, 36" a. o do anyone any harm. gotta taka more piece out for muku 6.66 Lee Nelson, 30 a. ...... 5.09 worker at their elbow Is promoted; and one town lot It is well to remember what heem run, I dunno. 9.34 J. T. Park, 130 a. 22.34 their lump of hope flares out and leaves-theWallace Rowe, 1 town lot our old philosophers thought of ees secmu to me Ilka evcrytlng Hut In utter darkness. lcct 5.13 No. B. M. Smiley, 50 a. . . i . pride If nnyone feels any reees no worku right yet. Ever seence The years roll on, but the light never grets that he cannot find as 8.11 F. A. Baize, 75 acres....... 13.69 J. S. Sheldon, 37 a du war ees queet wo try maka league brightens, and they march in darkness-dow5.10 Mike TIerney. 1 town fat ninny causes for pride- - aa he 12.21 Park Daugherty, 12 a for da peace. Ainl we no gotta more the hills to the valley of despair. , once could. 3.85 Earl Tolbert, 1 .town lot 4.03 Mrs. Florence Flener, 25 ns a piece of it league yet. Beecher once declared: "A .' 12.88 49.77 So I tink niebbe ees gooda Idee we C. H. White. 78 a." It. W. Taylor, 177 a proud man Is seldom a 'grateful As for this innumerable army of no hava da cops any more een deesa No. If Horse Branch man, for he never thinks he country. I no can feegure out how da "ne'er do wells," It is palpably absurd . 10.91 Bunk Allen. 72 a 10.25" J. A. Byers, 30 a. .. gets ns much ns he deserves." to offer them advice. devil Unlteedu State cops gonna keepa 9.45 George W. Curry, 76 a 57,82 W. Bradley, 5 a J. Admitting this, do we need Perhaps, In the evolution of things, du peace. Hut I dunno eef I am rlghta . 18.47 Mrs. Julia Cook. 70 a 21.8T J. S. Crowe, 82 a anything further to .bring us to they are Intended ns warning signals' Idee 7.17 Jno. Campt 1 town lot 3. 37 a definite conclusion thnt pride H. Crowe, 20 a tie- J. to the thoughtful, who, seeing their Wot you tlnk7 is n dangerous thing? It is our 8.11 are spurred to greater Mrs. Amanda Fulkerson, 130 a 16.22 J. W. Dunn. 50 a t - llnquencles, (Copyright) opinion thnt no other proof is 6.51 J. M. Dunn. 2 a r.45" achievements. O. F. Stewart, 30 a. , O required for the reason that un18.33 Bedford Embry, 30 a. bal. . . . ' 3.62 Q Q At any rate, the" world" Is crowded William Underbill, 69 a less one Is grateful one cannot with privates; column on column in the 8.69 No. 12 Roslno Mrs. J. J. Fisher, 40 a. A LINE 0' CHEER be huppy. . dolly newspapers bear testimony to, : 5.11 Elinor Harrison, 45" a 8'.rt L. J. Allen, 7 a (Copyrlght)i their helpless plight, while the sten14.86 R. Karnes, 70 a , . . . . 33.07 Frank-- Arnold', 30 a By John Kendrlck Bangs. rings louder- -' torian voice of the world 1356" Olden Lake, GO a 7.41 Albert Austin, 89 a and louder In Its cry for captains, move 5.82 Mrs. George D, Mattlngly, 250 O. M. Bailey, 13 a captains MY CREED When Radicalism Cools. 18.21 acres 'Rerry Coleman, 80 a iyr.au (Copyright) "Adolescence Is tho truo day .. ot 9.01 Dalloy Puckctt, 1' town- lot. . HAVE a creed a creed that a 3.85 ' Ermine Cyiwder, 27 a. O revolt. . . . but ouc cannot re- good and truo 6.11 Richard T. Ross, 1 town lot . . 1.21 a. main forever adolescent, and long be. J. II. Goodwlne, 26 That serves me in mv need In nil 9.01 Ezklel Rice. 1 town lot alth I 2.78 fore a man's arteries begin to harden C. If. Haven. 27 a. In my God and Ills eternal 6.51, Sam T. Smith, la,; 1 tow nlofc 1.30 he sees things more ns his futhor and Fearlte Lc,7'o-i- . 40 a Plpn; 77.61 C. T. Taylor, 19 a grandfather saw them. Once he be- - A .S. Monroe, 500 a." 7.7T Faith in tho good He's placed In comes an ancestor ho Imbibes respect jn0i probutf, 3 a every man; How to Read Your Characteristics 43T Emma Thomas, 20 a 5.2T Faith In the land that bore me, andTendencies the Capabilities or for ancestors and for what they'L 31.01 Alna Thomas, 1 town lot 2.42' ' parks 157 a ' nnd the Light Weaknesses That Make for Success young radicals grow old-- j thought. As 1.n 7.94 Adrane Tlchenor, r"town lot . 1.34- t,, It holds aloft for lovers of the of Failure as Shown in Your Palm. er they marry pleasant wives, beget! lllght. 30.31 Mike Woodward, 1 town lot.,. 1.3fr l.ifnMi.ttnn vm.u.Mi, tiuu mgi iu uuuuj'.ti. Renfrow, 6 acres (Copyright.) juicii.ak.iito nlil1i1on Anil Knrrlt. t K.ill.1 , 3.80 V. Wootfward, 1 town lot 1.36 homes In the country, and their zenljE- - T . Schrooder, a 35 a. .. VL1 ' THE HAND OF A DOCTOR I U Route No. T TInvrt WllSOn. 1- - a Additional ?u n,ia Tlru tlwi, na... i,tir i., -- O7.94 Amanita Barry 1 town lot 3.14 hand of n successful physician, than reform or revolution. There ore T. J. Watson Jr., 20 a . .. .. . Defiance of Custom. Airs, nannie uriggs, l town lot 1..36 No. 13 Eivst Reaver Dam the lilies of the field, ns sweet to rod- one who nmy become, u suc"I can n sMi re you of one thing," 12.23 J. W. Clilnn, 2 town lots . , v . 5.82 . . Life ji. L. Duvall, 16 town lots cessful' physlcluu, should be Icals as to conservatives. said tho newcomer. "I never cheat nt supplo nnd smooth. The following uro Is old and tenaciously conservative, j ji 17.89 Minute Chlnn, 1 town lot 3.14 Spencor, 36 a cards." . . What Is thelxrLhio nnd so Is nature. 22 32 George W. Cook, town lot. . some of the traits of a good doctor, 3.86 fnvinr 8 a replied Cactus Joe. "In that us Indicated In the hands; "Well." use of tlipse endless efforts to budge 3.09 Jno, Carson, 1 a , . . . 5.82 Leslie Taylor, 1 town lot . . case I'd advi.se you to get out of CrimTuct, showii by u thumb that ls'x th Immovable earth?" Walter Weyl, 4.84 Dud Mauzty, 1 a. No. 14 West Reaver Dam son Gulch, Anybody that thinks lie Well "wulsted?' that is, Indented or4" lr "Tired Radicals," 6.45 Charlie Davis, 1 town lot 5.82 kin hold his own In this game without Frank Craln, 1 town lot ." 5.82 cheatln to the best of his ability Is marked nt the Joint. a Mount Mrs. II. L. Leach, 1 town lot . 19.20 Ray Eidson, 1 town lot ' Veby Kindness, shown of " G. W. Eidson, 1 town lot liable to be regnrded us puttln' on ulrd nus, or No. 15 Mcllenry. 3.14 ball of the thumb, which Is x of superiority." I Stanley Gilstrap, 1 town lot., C93 Mrs. Annlo .Griffin, 1 town THE CHEERFUL CHEW moderate In size. ' O lot 3.14 Mnrtlnvlohnsoa, 1 town lot. . 5.45 the Lino of Life anil ' 4.21 18 Park, toAvn 4.56 the Line of tho Head well apart. to ride Mi's. Mary C. 1Llkons lot a. .. 4.21 NattieMary J. 1Rice, lotn tet.s&s.me Mrs. town Trustworthiness, it Line of the Heart ' 1.72 A. J. Mporo. 9.33 Jim Rice, (heirs) mineral 77 that Is forked ut the bcglunliu;. W. T. Rock, 1 town lot t little,,' J.'s. Smith, 3 acres IVKtrv p-o11.47 Popularity Is Indicated by n Line of acres 8.11 towns we apted, Fate which rises on tho Mount of ' Mrs. Oltle Stevens, 1 town lot 5.95 Sarah Stevens," 1 town lot ... 7.41. Luna (ut the side of the hand) und LiUe looking irvto story Alex Thomas, 1 town lot 4.38 No. 10 Centcrtown runs into the Mount of Saturn, ut 11.75" This Deo. '30, 1921. M. L. Ashby, 50 a dooks tho base of tho second linger. This 6.03 S. A. BRATCHER, Joe fl. Bishop, 2 a I hnov I sliovs unusual popularity, but ulso de. S.31 Sheriff of Ohio County. IE. R. Bishop, 33 a,. .. pendence on public caprice for sucktvervt time, 29.93 L. M. Hatcher, 100 a. . cess. to 13.50 Mrs. Kelly Does yer husband get (Copyright) M. M. Hoover 60 a. 1.44 good pay, .Mrs. Ro'oney? O Mrs. M. A. Hill Ite a 1V1 31,05 Mrs. Rooney Well, he would, Mrs. a Her Only Chance. N. E. Martin. 45 18.43 Kelly, If it wasn't for strlkln' so ofInconsL Does sho dance badly? Mrs. Lena White 29 a ten for better pay. Boston Quentlul Yes, if tho chuperones No. 17 Smullhous ' ntvu't looking. Pelican. W.W t A. H. Boyd, 86 a, Jean laige I SCHOOL DAYS S f5f i SHERIFF'S SALE Xn. 1 East I'ordsvlllo ..... . -- -- &. ( jm&- j&'& - JBS1 mnawH msssEsm kpft i??m:jAiJ6i?9'&BBmmm - .i u - FwtmmmE& K, j .... .... .... ... ... i BgWWSKyA Something to Think About f ..... ....... ........ .r .... ...'... ........ ... ' no-fo- " ... ..... lO-rSc- a... .... ... ,-- ...... 1 I - . do-F- ' YOUR HAND " .... ... ...., THE t. t ... ....;... .' .... .... ... e, It .... I the ................. .... retd. 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