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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Ralph, Mnrtyno McDanlolB, Frank IC. Cniehlor, Albert Shultz. 11th Grade Evelyn Hunloy, Ltl-ll- e Chlnn, Ruby Taylor. 12th Grade Corrlno Taylor, FlorLiza Taylor, ence Taylor, Clydo Rains, Iva Render. Tho Seniors of Heaver Dam High School presented their piny "Hashful Monday Mr. Hobbs" nt Rockport evening, before nn unusually largo nnd appreciative nudlencc. Tho play was given nt Heavor Dam during the Xmns holldnys nnd met with great success. The proceeds aro to bo used for tho benefit of tho school. mm FRIDAY, JANUARY 13, 1922. tho boys In making nn effort to extract said bunny uncovered about 4 NUMBER 29 MILLER DIES WATT RANNEY SLAIN AFTER OPERATION Secretary ('umiiillti-e- r t National HcniiltUc-ii, Dies In SI. l'mil Hospital. Of BY MARVIN SHIELDS gallons of perfectly good shine. Yes, says he's crazy for a rabbit dorg Ed of tho breed that will tree things by Jealousy nnd Distrust Cause Of Hommoonshine. icide Xonr Cromwell. BUI II in oa Is an obliging sort of a guy. At the end of the month which closed with the starting of the month containing Christmas he made our light meter say we had used 24 kilowatts, and nlong came Bill nfter Xmas was over, and we had refused to give our wife any Christmas presents on account of having that tarnation big November light bill to pay, nnd said the old meter Just measured 1 kilowatt. We've had considerable trouble In trying to protect BUI from what we consider the unjust accusations of our wife. Incldently, has a notion that Mrs. McFluke somehow or other we wore In collusion with tho Meter Reading Bill, nnd that makes the argument more unpleasant and harder to sustain. I anit former congressman, died nt hospital here late toilny. Ho was operated on for appendicitis January 2 and his condition became critical due to heart trouble. Mr. Miller became 111 while visiting In Duluth, during the Christmas holidays and when ho was taken to the liospltal hero It was necessary to post pone an operation for n day on account of his weak heart. For several days nftor the operation for appendicitis Mr. Miller's condition was declarod very critical, hut on Sunday It was said ho had shown groat Improvement. Last night, however, complications developed and he w akened rapidly, the, end coming at i 1 St. Paul, Minn., Jan. 10. Claronco I). Mlllor, i)f Duluth Minn., secretary of the Republican National Commit-toi- - LITERARY CLL'II MKETIXG Tho Womans Club met with Mrs. Rowan Holbrook Saturday nfternoon January 7, 1922, with tho following President, Mrs. members present. Jno. II. Wilson, Secy. Mrs. S. O. Keown, Mosdames J. II. IJ. Carson, J. It. Plrtle, Joe Miller, W. S. Tlnsley, Sidney Williams Rowan Holbrook; Mlsees Mnggle Nail, Florence Logan, and Lcttle Marks, with Mrs. Mellon-r- y Holbrook nnd little son, John Rowan, as guests of honor. The program which consisted of Impromptu duties wns very unique, and enjoyed by all, after which tho ladies wore highly entertained by Mrs. Mcllenry Holbrook, who displayed a beautiful lino of hand-worlinens brought from the Oriental Countrlos. The ladles then ropalrod to the tractlvo dining room, where a doll- clous repast was partaken, after which tho Club adjourned and the ladle took their departure with many kind wishes for the hostess and her k, 35 p in. Mr. Miller was born In Goodhue County, Minnesota In 1S72. Ho was giaduated from the University of Minnesota law school ir. 1909 Establishing a law practice in "Duluth, Mr. Miller win elected state representative In 1907 and the ear was elected to Congress, where lie served ten year. In 1919 Mr. Miller was chosen assistant secretary jf the National Commlt'eo and at the of the Republican campaign In the spring of 1920 ho was inado secietury r tho campaign. C. .A. in- - committee Aftc UUUI11CU Uilllfcl'"-'-'- " Mr. Miller carried Ills law practlco In Washington, on Henry Holbrook. D. "" " '" Claude E. Smith, of whom the likeness, foregoing Is n splendid quitted public office on January 2, 1922, after having, for twelve years f metl two as Important offices and as Jfflcim q BUCCBMf1, aljmlnUslratlon comeg wUWn tfce of tfce 1IAUVI SHEFFIELD PAINFULLY BURNED Harvo Sheffield, who operates a and billiard room In Hartford, suffered a painful burn to ono of his hnnd Monda; evening when starting the lights in his pool room. It seems that he had forgotten to close some valves governing the flow of gasoline In the system and upon striking a match and applying to the jet or burner tho fluid overflowed and fell In considerable quantity to tho table underneath, followed of course by tho blaze. In tho attempt to extinguish tho burning gaaolno hlsl right hand was burned to such an extent as will causo tho loss of use of It during two or three weeks. pool c. porter ACCEPTS PLACE IX LOUISVILLE A. C. Porter, former clerk of Ohio- - Circuit Court has accepted of Louisville. This concern is ono among the largpst of the many wholesale houses operated by what is now ltuown as "Tho Creasey Corporation." doing a wholesale business In almost all of the States. Tho Crensoy Corporation has Just recently acquired a business in Louisville, by which It will manufacture and distribute cigars and tobacco upon a large scale, supplying, perhaps, tho entire string of wholesale houses from the Falls City plant. J. Addison Howard, formerly of Rockport nnd Hartford, who has been occupying tho position taken by Mr. Porter, has beon placed In charge of tho tobacco manufacturing establishment, which Is a splendid ncknowledgement of tho worth of, and confidence reposed in Ad Howard. We congratulate both Mr. Porter and Mr. Howard on their good for- the the position of assistant manager of tho Merchants' Wholesale Grocery Co., PEDAGOGY TEXTS FOR THE YEAR AXXOUXCED The following notice has been received by Mrs. I. S. Meson, Superin- . ..... n,r,n.i to the offlc6 of County Attorney of Ohio County In 1909 and reelected In 1913, elected to tho office of Commonwealth's Attorney in 1915, resigning the office of County Attorney to assume tho duties of tho higher, more Important and responsible position. Mr. Smith made a splendid record as County Attorney, having ably as sisted1 In handling one of tho gravest situations, Involving numerous and as serious prosecutlos as ever confronted a public official or as ever occur When he was in a given community. Inducted Into the office of Commonwealth Attorney there was among his critics, and those who had no knowledge of his true worth and qualification, somo misgiving its to his adaptability and capability of successfully filling the office. Observation of the splendid manner In which he met and discharged tho duties of the office very soon removed -- nlo all doubt, even of his crtlics, of the wisdom of the people In elevating hlii) to the responsible office. He quits the office without a spot or blemish on his official record, and Every with universal approbation. one says Claude Smith has made nn honest, conscientious, faithful nnd efficient public servant and many say that he has made tho best Common wealth Attorney the district has ever had. But for the urgent request of his friends, he would have retired at the end of his term without having been He, on a candidate for numerous occasions, before and dur ing tho recent campaign, confided to his friends the fact that he would gladly quit official life, and looked forward, In pleasant anticipation of the tim-- when ho could devote bjs entire time ard attention to private law praciic- -, wfclc.i bis law 'Ir.n has, during his official career, maintained. Notwithstanding he ha3 met, in the trial of cases, tho nbles lawyers of the District and measured ability with them, it Is pointed cn. that uily two cases of conviction have been reversed by the Court of Appeals during the six ytyxrs he has filled tho office. Our wife sent a box of homo-mad- e candy down town by us Just before Xmas with instructions to give it to n certain gentleman to be, by him, delivered to his good wife. It occurred to us that wo could help a frlen'd a bit, and so we wrote on a from Mr. card to Mr. and Mrs. Perand Mrs. (giving our names.) sonally we've beon repaid, but somehow I imagine from look3 of the two ladles as since observed, we have a hunch that the matter is to come Up for some sort of review, and I think I know who's going to bo the object-in-chiwhen it comes to eassins in review. m ef AX OMISSIOX our last Issue, we omitted mention of Ira Jones, chosen in the recent election as Rpresentatlve of Ohio County, who Is now on the Job at Ftank- fort and may be trusted to look after the Interests of his constituents. teacher Mr. Jones Is a farmer and by occupation and much interested In school improvement. Of the recently elected and quail- fled local City Officers, we also inadvertently omitted the name of Mr. J. D. Holbrook our newly elected police Judge. Judge Holbrook has assumed the duties of the office and will sit-i- n as Judge In tho case of evil doers and violators of City ordinances and statutes. Judge Holbrook is well qualified for the position. - In speaking of the new officers in Marvin Shields shot and Instantly killed Watt Ranney Friday morning of last week, at or adjacent to tho home of the former. Tho weapon used was said to have been n shot gun. loaded with rifle bullets or similar missiles. By some who viewed tho dead man it Is thought he was perhaps shot twice, In the face and upper portion of the body and In the back of tho head. We have been Informed that Shields claims to have- - had information in some manner, that the slain man was in the neighborhood .of his home and upon his leaving his placo of work, which was somo distance from tho residence, he, Shields, having procured the gun, and that Ranney was approaching his house and probably entering tho yard, stooping somewhat in order to pass under a wlro, when h fired upon him altho witnesses viewing tho remains where first discovered stated that ho was some 9 steps further- - away, or out In the public road. If the statement said to havo been made by Shields, is correct, that the man was coming into his promises, he must have turned In an effort to flee and walked the 27 feet after being shot. Each of the men aro near the ago ot 25 years. The trouble grew out of jealousy and distrust of tho relations of tho slain man and Shields' wife, dating back some time In the past, having previously had trouble, due thereto. Shields was on his way to Hartford to surrender to tho authorities when met somo 5 miles from his home by Sheriff G. A. Ralph, who had been apprized ol the killing and. was enroute to Shields homo to make the arrest. Shields' examining trial was set for Monday of this week, but was waived and the Court fixed the. bond for his appearance, in Court,., pending action ot the grand jury, at $3,500, which bond was promptly executed. WASHINGTON Rev. Gaggard filled his regular appointment here Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Patton and sons, Ellis and Lyman Renfrow of Taffy,' pent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Nowcomb. Henry, the little grandson ot Mra. Bell Gott of ttais neighborhood Is very ill. Mr. and Mrs itcsal Lake have moved Into the property of T. W. "Lowe, recontly vacated by Mr. and Mrs. .' Aubry Newcomb. Mrs. Georgia Wallace ot this vicinity, is on the sick list. Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Newcomb ot near Taffy were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Newcomb. Mr.t and Mrs. George P. Jones are preparing to move to Hartford, where they purchased a home on Clay street of Mr. J. F. Park. We nre sorry to loose Mr. and Mrs. Jones, 'but wo feel that they won't desert us entirely, so wo wish for them good luck, and that they may be pleased with their now home. -- i INFANT DIES ld tune. UKAVKIl DAM 1IOXOR 'i ROLL Wll- - ur. GraCO !... Marguerite Williams, Jewell Sande-lu- r, T.nn S.inilfif i.i n.mAn T.nwln Morton nitnr,l , Lucllo Martin, Virgil Stewart. 2nd GraSo Dorothy Dexter, Thel- ma Coopor, S. W. Ford Berry. Vlr- i;lnla McKennoy. Conrad Glllstrap, Ir- vln Kelloy, Martha Sandefur, Wllma Taylor. 3rd Grade Charles Sandefur, Av- ery Hill. Armott Williams, Wavy Taylor, Kenneth Rurgess, Ilasll Keown. Clarence Daves, John King. Nolen Dockery. 4th Grade Tiny Mao Daniel, Virginia Sandefur, Madeline, Leisure. Rum-inag- e, Thelma Faught, Katherlno Cooper. Ruby Stowart, Glenna Esther Sandefur, Estolla Ralph, Lillian Taylor. 5th Grade Edith Aruckle, Judith T)eIInrt, Ray Pierce, Genoveive Leach Herniln Floner. 6th Grade Hiram Chapman. Oscar W. Stevens, Dolora Raize, Etta Gladys Mao Harrell. Paulino Austin. Ilisoy Trpcy Stewart, Murri'il Taylor, Rachenl Hays McKcnney, Lois Taylor, Merlo Hockor. Floyd 7th Grado Roy Taylor, Newton, Lucy C. Jackson, Tommle Phelps, Hazel Dennett. 8th Grado Virgil Couch, Charles Winona Stovons, Malcolm Barnes, Beulah Couch, Coleman, Lucille Alton Chlnn, Carrol George Ramos, Mnry Roach, Veller, Bryant Shultz, Arthur Plrtle. Jose-phln- e 10th Grado Aaron Roach, Plrtle, Tena Wallace, AVondall Kane. 9th Grado Floyd Augustus, the child of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred ElDENTAL SOCIETY HAS more, died at their home in Browder, STRAY STREAKS Tuesday, of cerebrospinal meningi MEET IN OWENSBORO tendent: State tis. The remains of tho little boy As required by law the (By Fluke McFluke.) selected the were conveyed to Beaver Dam and Uoard of Education has -- 1" deposited In Sunny3ldo Cemetery, ,mm "'r"- following, texts upon which the ques- Largo Xiimbcr Of Dentists Attend, Meeting of Interest pedagogy for the coming tions on We saw J. I. Goodman the other Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 o'clock. morning .and barely recognized the The mother of the deceased child year will bo based: Elementary Teacher's was unable to attend the burial on (1) For old scout, his face was all Society heretofore The Dental Certificate. "Tho Classroom Teachwith innumerable scratches, re- account of being herself, seriously ill. m and Engelhardt, pub- known as the Daviess Couuty Dental minding ub somewhat of the map of er," by Strayer lished by tho American Hook Com- Association, now composed of the Europe under the latter day dispen- SANTA CLAUS AT COURT HOUSE Publishers' price Counties of Henderson, McLean, Da- sation. Wo Inquired tho reason of pany, Cincinnati. viess, Ohio. Breckenrldge, Hancock the whyforentss of tho spectacle and Tho employes ot the county f. o. b. Cincinnati $1.11. Certificate, State and Mead, held an interesting ses- ho told us that somebody threw a cou- clerk's and county treasurer's office (2) For State Diploma, and High School Certifi- sion in Owensboro, Tuesday of this ple of Tom Cats In his face and tho enacted tho roll ot Santa to their cate, "Methods of Teaching In High week. Dr. J. It. Plrtle, of Hartford, Impact floored him, and beforo he "Chiefs"" at Christmas time and preby President of the Association presided could separate himself fiom the an- sented them with beautiful watch Schools" by Parker, published Company, Columbus, Ohio. over the meeting and also at the ela- gry carnivorous qundrapeds,. they chains ot artistic designs and sub Gtnn & stantial quality. Mr. Hastings, coun Publishers' price f. o. b. Columbus, borate banquet following the session nearly spoiled his beauty. nt night. ty clerk, and Mr. G. W. Lowellen. $1.50." The ontlre State Is being organized All questions for teachors' examiClem Moxley was in the office ono county treasurer, are sporting their nations on tho subject of Theory and Into districts similar to this Associa- morning this week and ho gave us to gifts on their broad chests nnd aro Practlco for tho year 1922 will be tion. understand that ho never again want- proclaiming to all their friends that In the public hoalth exhibition to ed to hear of our using his name In they havo a bunch of real "goodtel-lows- " upon these texts, tho Coiirso of based Clipping as office- - deputies. bo staged In Louisville, Feb. 1 to 8, connection with John Henry In any Study, nnd School Law. ' Kentucky Dental Surgery Will have sort of comparison of good looks or from a Sequoyah County, Okla. paj A'cry truly, attract- per. WARREN PEYTON, its full share and this district a full handsomeness nnd Mr. Lowellen, ono of tho officers, State Examiner of Teachers. part In the display, showing the won- iveness.- Ho allowed that It was a mm derful advantages to accrue to gen- - sort of reproach nnd very repulsive above referred to, was formerly a oral health from a clean mouth nnd 10 hm. resident of Ohio County, having been CERALVO woll kept and properly treated teoth. reared In the Magan country. Ho Dr. E. B. Hardin, ot Madisonvlllo, ard thinking of taking out nn taught In the public schools several We Mrs. James Trunnel and daughter, AssoInjunction against Rol Rlleyto pre- years before removing to Oklahoma. Miss Susie, of Utlca, wera guests of President of tho State Dental ciation and Dr. T. M. Crutchor, of vent his stopping oft at this office He has many friends In Ohio County. P. L. Wood and family recently. ad- ns he Is on his way to work mornMr Robert Casehler visited rela- Louisville, delivered tho chelf dresses nt the mooting in Owensboro. ings and afternoons, and If tho In- EXAMINATION FOR COMMON tives here last week. SCHOOL DIPLOMAS 27-2- 8 junction jdon't sorve our purpose we Miss Minnie Mclntlro, of Evans-vlllaro going to try a mandamus on him, COMPLETED ASSESSMENT spent last week with Mrs. P. for Ohio County, Examinations Wo bet by-J- o that keeps him moving. Jones. D. E. Ward has Tho reason for our objection Is that Common School Graduates, for diploTax Commissioner Misses Ama Wood and Mary Ethel Fordsville, Everley havo roturned to Bowling completed tho assessment rolls for ho Is always springing a new story on mas, are to be held at as of July first 1921. us and we are gQttlng sore on Btorles, Beaver Dam and. Hartford on tho Groen, after spending the holidays the year 1922, January fourth Friday and'St-turday- , The report shows a total assessment ns our mind runs to higher things. hero. All common school stu27 nnd 28. $ll,23l',825 compared with Mr. Ellis Morris and wife of Rock- mont ot Ed Barrass has beon trying mighty dents who have completed tho .otirso port, visited relatives hero, last week. a total of $11,870,644 for tho year opa loss of $635,819. hard to buy himself a rabbit dog, should avail themselves of the A baby boy arrived at tho homo ot previous, and portunity to take some ono of these Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Elders, Jan. 5th. This showing Is Indeed very good, as one that will tree hares in hojlow they contem Ml, nnd Mrs. J. II. Wood and lit- there has been a considerable shrink- logs by moonshine. You know some examinations, whether S plate entering high school or not. It tle daughtor, Viola May, visited their age In values during- the past twelve boys were hunUng down toward and aunt, Miss Amanda Wade of Center-tow- n, months. The report shows 2,363 Carrollton, a few days ago when will be well worth tho trouble and1 time. dogs, 181 ot which are females, their dog ran a rabbit Into a log Tuesday. I 'd all-rouo, 1 TAFFY nev. Maddox filled his regular appointment at the Baptist church here Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Funk and Mrs. Knte Funk have returned to their home In Bowling Green, after spending tho holidays hero. I Mr. Harve Smith moved onto tho farm of Mr. Dave Smith and the property vacated by tho former wa3 purchased from Harden Ashley by Olllo Taylor. Lennlo Bartlett purchased n farm from Leslie Burtlott and moved in- -t to our midst, while Mr. Leslie moved to Clear Run, to ongago in store business, in tho property recently vacated by Emmett Park. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owen spent Sat urday night and Sunday with Mrs. Owen's sister, Mrs. Ira D. Funk. Mr. Roscoo Baird and sister, Mrs. Flora Stewart mado a business trip to ' Heflln Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Seth Rhoads nnd little daughter, Oma Dean, spent Saturday with tho former's parents. Esq. and Mrs. B. C. Rhoades. B. O. Rhoads spent Sunday , the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk. Evorette Chapman has purchased? tho farm of Lnenio Bartlett, and will move there at an early date. . ? rr. oino of thn del gates had expected I got IiPliIn' th man n orter wunk'QAINS R SEARCH REPORTED Prince Tokagawa, of the Japanoso nt Tobe, but ho on'y smiled 'bout tr jv "FINDS OLD FORT BY BUSINESS MAN delegation, carried nut bis orlg'nal M i's nice l'x ef somebody had let down ) OUTLAW POISON GAS plans and loft for Japan todny, but. th bars 'n turned th' cows In th' llcoldcnt of Suit Luke City Adds Tm it wni lndlcnted that Mr. Bnlfour Lu Salle's Historic Illinois Klwr clover. Itendezvous Marked After wns considering canceling his steamI'oiiimN While Wife Guilts Stiddottfly Tobo started t' git up. ColltlOVPR). 128 rounds in Weight ship reservations .for next Saturday. "Set'stlll," soz th mnn, "It's nil Ah-craf- t Limitation And If n plonnry session In called for rlgt, oxceptln' yug face; yuh p'slBhuns noxt week, It Is not unlikely that Springfield, III., Jan. John L. Perry, 370 Quince St., 7. More porfec' of yuh'll only look pleasant." "War Rules Only Is-- w among other timings It will see an- than twenty years of InvwUgatlon has n 8ait Luke City, Utah., An Tobo sez, "All right, suit, sues Left. nouncement of n definite agreement been ended by liiislniM man, .In reporting remarkahero Job's yuh say." for clarification of tlie four-powthat the historic site of Fort Creve But Tobo wns sick. I could see ble khIiib In weight both by himself Pacific treaty so as to mako It In Coour, on a bluff across the Illinois, that. I hndn' never seen 'lm In that nnd his wife, says: Washington, Jnn. 7. Tho Wash- applicable to the major islands of the' Hlvor from Peoria, has been definite- humor befo," I "My wife gained twenty-- '' ght d 'roun about completed Jnpancso empire. Negotiations for ly decided. Fifteen acres surround- th' nidge o' th room, tryln' t' git pounds and I gained ten pounds in a ington rnnft-rencIts armament limitation program to- such a formal agreement, either thru ing tho site has been given to the 'lm persentnbl,' but twarn' no use, he few weeks by taking Tanlac The n reservation or by nn exchange of State, and an Imposing marker has got worse. Fln'lly I got mad 'n sez, change In Mrs. Perry Is all th- - mure i day by rutins poison gas Into the notes, are understood to have been been mnde ready for the formal cere- "Hang It all, Tobe, yuh nln' goln' V remarkable, as she had been going What This Buffalo Physician discard. virtually completed. mony of designation. yuh own funrel, git yuhsclf In shape, down hill steadily for four or five Has Done For Humanity ' As In 13m case of the now rules to m years. She got no nourishment Announcement of tho decision by 'n have It struck off." The picture winch npiu-nlifr if submarines, tho prohibition fiovcrn Surgeons ngree that In cases of tlie Illinois State Historical Society Tobe kinder groaned 'n scd, "All from her food nnd I don't bellow she j r)r, Pierce of Buffalo, N. v., wis ink of use f nas in future wars wns tits, burns, bruises and wounds, the was made by the State Department of right, Hiram, "I'll do my best, but averaged three hours sleep out of in iiiiu. .s a young innti ur. iVn nt adopted Ilv the five great powers as first treatment is most Important. Public Works and Buildings. The practiced uiedicino In Pcmi'tltan this thing o' havln' yuh plctyuh took tho twenty-fouand was known far nnd wule'f .r M applicable among themselves, with When an efficient antiseptic Is re- report of the Historical Society will Is "Whllo my condition was not as seawful." An' he braced hlsself, nn' success in nlleviatiug ditcat aa Invitation to tho rest of the plied promptly, there Is no ganger of be made public later. moved to Buffalo nml put up th photograf man pulled th' string rious as hers, I had be?n ilnder the frrat wotIJ la Join In tho agrement. ap- in ready - to - use form, Ids (loldni infection and tho wound begins to Contentions Are Many. weather for some time, had no 'n sez, "It's all over, sub." on the armament waiting heal Discovery, ifio Medical Tinlleft at once. For use on man or Contentions have been bom, and Then Tobo ra'red up n sed: "I'm petite and was bothered a good deal l ho This Btrengtli. list of the conference only two topics beast, Doroaone Is the Ideal antisep- have lived and died, while this contro- glad It Is, fer I couldn't 'a' sot on that by Indigestion. Tnnluc has certain- tunic for mndeblood. a formula wln.-Ifrom builder is of aircraft and general tic and healing agent. Buy it now versy limitation gradually Increased In In- ar tack two mlnlts longer." Tho ly proved nil and more than Is claim- Dr. Pierce found imst effective m has revision itf tho rules of warfare and and be ready for an emergency. terest and warmth. All actual re- Pathfinder. dieenscftuf (lie blood. It contains u. ed for It with us." likely tonight to be pass- Price 30c, 60c, and f 1.20. Sold by mains of tho nlcolml nml is an, extract of natn,i both seemed fort, built 241 years Is sold In Hartford by Dr. o Tanlnc roots with tlie iiwrudiciits pl.uiilv ed OJV.T without definite action. Ohio County Drug Co. La in ago by the French chevalier, ,! (rood fated oh the wrapper, Lame back may come from over L. II. Bean and by all leading drug subcommittee has An air warfare mm blood, vim. vigor and vitality are sun Salle, had been lost long ago. The work, cold settled in the muscles of gists everywhere. i reported after weeks of study that to follow it vim iui;o tins .Utcratu Historical Society weighed all argu- he back, or from disease. In the two -' Extract. Dr. Pierce's Guillen limitation of airplanes appears Im- KKI'OIIT O.V ments and decided. But even now former cases the right remedy Is CUPID KKKPS UP ING DKMONSTKATIOXS Discovery clears away pimiii-- an ' Historical practicable until a conference of widthat the Illinois State WATCH O.V thi: mu.vi iinuoyitig eruptions nml tends t k p BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It i er scope lias been convensd, altho It Society has spoken, the doubt has not should be rubbed In thoroughly over the complexinii fricli aiul clear. Tim was KUKsested that some restriction The County Agent has the follow downed. Discovery corrects the ditdcrcd r i Coblenz, Jan. 2 Winsome German ditions iii a eicl; otomnrli, niili di, s. tho affected part, tho relief will be craft might ing report for the' egg laying demonon nsr-- of llghter-than-aOwners of the land on which the prompt and satisfactory. Price 30c, girls continue to make Inroads In tlie 'inn, ar's in a tonic and purities tin' strations in Ohio County, for the murker will bo nlaccd are Mr. and he isrpTih attempting. GOc and $1.20. Sold by Ohio County. American forces In Germany, despite blind. Write Dr. Pierces Itivaluls A faturo world conference for con- month or December, 1921. The re-- 1 Mra c, H. Wagner of Fond Du Lac II fel iii Buffalo, N.Y., nnd recmu m tho standing order Issued twi v.n Drug Company. n. mil I'll tiWkilinnl ftilt'imt !... sideration of tho rules of war also port is of the 29 women who are in . . , .. .W , mnniv. Thev ...,,. men who married . char(,tli ...(', no that enlisted ul (iru8BiMB ,,,. Discovery, has been suggested and sentiment this demonstration work; have deeded tho land to the State. TWO STAIIT WOULD Tltll lure would bo returned v;ii tlielr tablets or liquid. Send lUc for trial pkg', among the delegates saems to favor Group 1 (Under 50 hens.) j Among their most energetic, contendIN A SCllOONKIt w'vet on the next army irotpott however, hopes to see the 1st. Mrs. M. B. Barnard, owner. ers was the city of Peorln, which dc- it. Italy, , Every transport with returning . . i i . . ... present negotiations develop some wjunuones; Average io. ,r(l that ,e-- marker 1)0 put on thc eeii. Los Angeles, Jan 7. Steve Daniels troops carries its quota of newly-- 1 agreement against bombarding of un- hens, 47.5; Average No. eggs, C.99 Peoria side of the river. Some ar- and George A. Johnson, mariners and weds, and whenever a troop-trai- n 2nd. Mrs. S. T. Rhoads, owner; gument for the Fort Creve Coeur on fortified cities. explorers, have started from Los leaves Coblenz for Antwerp, the port breed, H. I. Reds; Avr. No. hens 45.5; Peoria's I'liTinrj Se.sslon Kxpeetcd.. side was adduced, but It Angeles harbor In a little schooner of embarkation, the flower sli.ipi do .a. - Avr. No. eggs, 6.79. So far luivo the armament discuswas too weak. on the first .leg of a trip around the a splendid business, their custoi.icr sions proweiled that some delega- - Group - (50 to 19,9 hens) Ficncli Mnps Arc Used. world. The voyage Is expected to being chiefly Germans, who delre ist. .Airs, uia Wilson, owner; tions are looking forward to a pie Maps from officials archives of the to bestow flowers upon the depart nary spswIoii of the conference by breed. It. I. Beds; Avr. No. Hens, 50; French Government at Paris put the last two years. The little schooner has an adequate Ins brides, full of anticipation ami "Wednesday or Thursday of next Avr. No. eggs, lp.2. fort on the Tazewell side. With tlm' jnrpad of sail for ordinary voyaging, hope for a wonderful exHt'iice Hi 2nd. Mrs. J. S. Hughes, owner; decided the controversy week to publish to tho world the was. still entheir new homes across the Atl.itit r compk'ti'd limitation treaty and to breed. White Rocks; Avr.. No. hens, warm'. Land owners up and down bur Is equipped with a gasoline gine for lite in cnlniR and In enterMore than 1.000 American steps that have G0;vr. No. eggs, 10.1". record the further t the river laid their claim. ports. The vessel :ir- ing and Ieavi-have married In German 3rd. Mrs. J. R. Wilson, owner; been taken in regard to the Far Rend how Mrs. Albert The search for the truth as to the Is called Los Amlgos. H hig the last two years and ten Aw M hf.an.1 'Wl.lffi TTrtnl-o- . l.nne. UK..U, Grccory, of I. F. U. No. ,llll.7 IIUI,"", XT.,!. TU, 11CUO, U.tl-- site." says an announcement lJLS-la ' nccordlng to estimates of American E3 resolution went thru 130; Avr. No. egfcs, 7.5 The anti-ga- s '. Uluford, III., got rid of B by tho Department of Public Works ' WOt'lil) SKI, I j officials and Gorman civil offici'.-Mos- t iter ins. "uuring . . . i The report by the different breeds and Buildings, "was pursued over CANADA as. drawn by Ellhu Root, of the was awfully weak . . . SCKl'LUS ISl'FFALOKS of tho men and their wive-- al 'nre as follows: It reads: AniBrifnn delegation. My pains were terrific. 1 fg many years. v ready havo beon sent to the United No. eggs per hen. war of asphyxiating, Breeds Avr. thought ! would die. The "The use in I "An examination of all the Illinois Walnwrfght, Alia.. Jan. 7. With States. j bcanng-do'v- n pains were 6.1G histories, poisonous or other gase3 and all oth- 1st, R. I. Reds both translations nnd origi- the buffalo in the government park actually so severe 1 could Many soldiers who desired to mar-- 1 er analogous liquids, materials or 2n.d, White Plymouth Rocks ...4.47 nals of French writers on the subject at Walnwright numbering more than ry and remain In the service on this I & not stand thc pressure of I my hands on thc lower devices having been justly condemn- 3rd, Barred Plymouth Rocks . . .4.28 and many other books have been 17,000 and with prospects of the herd, side, took great pains, officers say, part ol my stomach . . . 4.03 ed by the general opinion of the civ- 4th, White Wyandottes In order to make tho collec- now the largest In tho world, evenIP v;le. to keep the, facts from becoming ( I simply felt as if life was . 3.1G ilized world and a prohibition of 5th, Whlte'Leghorns tion of opinions as complete as pos- tually outraging the 10,000 acre park known generally. Officers say soine-o-t for but a short time. My in Cth, Mixed 1.93 sible. snch nse having been declared husband was worried . . . the Canadian government Is seeking the soldiers took their prospective One cveninR. while readtreaties to which a majority of the "Tho Illinois State Historical So- ways to commercialize the surplus brides Into unoccupied Gerr(iny, and ing the Birthday Almacivilized power are parties. ciety finally selected as the actual lo- animals. nac, he came across a ' wore married there, most of these "Xbit to the end that this prohibicase similar lo mine, and cation of the fort a spot situated on There Is an excellent market for events having taken place when Amaccepted as went straight for some tion shall be universally the i a beautiful bluff overlookingTown buffalo meat. All the buffalo the erica and Germany, technically, wera Cardui forme to try. a part of International law binding j Illinois River in Fond du Lac government cares th kill can be sold still at war. alixc the conscience and the practice ship, Tazewell County, south andlat rlne prlces ln both Canada and the r D3lirTE, the signatory powers deTAKE . east of Peoria. This Is the site se United,States. Some of the surplus OIL STRIKE OI'X'NK NKW clare their assent to such prohibition, lected some years ago by the Peoria bulls. It is said, will be killed this By JONATHAN BRACE FIKLD IN ILLINOIS agree to be bound thereby between Chapter of the Daughters of the Am- winter for the market. Centralla; III., Jan 7. Great exXLIL IDAHO themsiives and invito all other civiliz erican Revolution.'" citement was caused today when an year nations to adhere thereto." ed THK saw oil well producing 300 barrels a day Ttit Kast Problems Unsolved. at times The liver loses was brought In at depth two the slurs In I ', In aiu .Far .Eastern discussions toand needs help. Herblne Is an ef- I miles south of Centralla. The strike mim i")! .our Hag In no day's (lellverattona contributed fectlve liver stimulant. It also puri- For Infants and Children crease from opens a new field. thirty-eigh- t surface indication of progress, defles the bowels, strengthens digestion In to m Use Years forty-twspite an appeal by the Chinese to for and restores strength, vigor and Tonic Gentleman The great disadvanfour Secretary Hughes and Arthur J. Bal-fostates I cheerful spirits. Price GOc. Sold by Always boars tage Is that tho houso is so damp. the were added to the Union In that I i Ohio County Drug Co. m Signature of to suggest a way out of the House-AgeDisadvantage, sir? "Mookitfaillifullyand year. In 1890 two more states i CMaesp-Japanes- e deadlock on Shan-tunf- f. r Advantage. I call It. In caso of fire the results were immedwere admitted, the first of which TOBK PUNKIN HAD ThtvoThlnese delegates saw the It wouldn't be so likely to burn. was Idaho, so that during these iate," adds Mrs. Gregory. respective heads of tho American HIS lilKKXESS TOOK OHIO .VUT FARMER two years the manufacturer "I continued, to get bet GROWS ALL KINDS I and Urltish delegations separately, THK OWLS IN THK ATTIC must have been kept busy turnter, all my ills left me, afterward My ol frlen', Tobe Punkln, come and Pininicm was. divided ing out new lings with the propand I went, through . . . Amherst, O., Jan. T. Practically as, to the prospects. er number of stars. t mo 'bout a week ago, 'n sed he was George Ballard Bowers with no further trouble. Idaho Is very montalnous nnd .Facing a situation that both goln' have his likeness took. "Well, every kind of nut that grows upon A California gentleman from the My baby was fat and faco of the earth can be found the name Is derived from the sez I, "Tobe, et It's a good likeness the as delicate, It was apparent city purchased a big country home strong, audmysclf thank acre nut Shoshone Indian word meaning yuh'll never have 'nother one took." growing on the fifty-seve- n the two parties to the controversy God am once mote hale that had been vacant several years. "gem of mountains." even agree on a method by Tobe said he wanted It t hand down farm of O. F. White near here. could not and hearty', can walk After spending a largo sum for imThe first white explorers were On this farm, devoted exclusively t' prosperity, an' I guess tlutr's lots miles, do mv work. which mediation could bo attempted. provements, ho movedln to find that undoubtedly Lewis nnd Clark on wanted to avail thom-snlvworse things handed down t pros- to the raising- of nuts, are giant the rats made his nights hideous and though 44 years old, feel The Chinese their memorable trip in 1804-0- . chestnuts, English walnuts, Japanese perity than Tobe's pictyuh. of Hie offer of "good offices" like a new person. All I Idaho was a part of Oregon pecans, Jnpancso heart nuts, the gophers destroyed his lawn, garSo we got ourselves In shape 'n walnuts, tuna-showe. to CarduL" Messrs. Balfour and Hughes, territory, which was jointly ocFor den and trees as soon as they were cupied by British nnd Americans went down t th' photographers; Tobe hickory nuts, black walnuts and nu- planted. To add to his discomfort, a many years Cardui has hut the Japanese took the opsltlon merous other kinds of nuts. until the Treaty of 1810 definitewas ln fine form f prosperity t' gaze been found helpful in n that snch a step would bo valueless barn owls chose his houso Mr. White, who is 74 years of age, ly turned over to the United on 'lm; had on th' flyaway duster he building up the system willows China was prepared to make for a meetlr-.plac- e. They flapped, fifty-flv- e States the country south of the was married In, 'n a tall choker that has been growing nuts for when run down by cifarosirtuiis she hitherto has refused stamped, fcug.it and hissed on the 40th parallel. years. In ISO.'!. Idaho l, peculiar to women. struck Mm Jes 'bovo th Adams' jroof, and In the attic, whllo tho rats, to consider. was orgunlzed as a territory, la so doing- he has defied all laws. In Increasing hi so'sev'y time he- A solution hinges on tho metluid of numbers, with uu'area three times the size scurried, eye balls 1 hang out. Didn't shine of n n tu re, seemingly. He grows nuts squealed, and fought In his bedroom payment to ho arranged for China's of the present state, as it Inhis shoes, 'cause ho sed he didn't that thrive in Florida and Callfornlm and kitchen. One night tho ut tho Tslngton-Tslnant- u cluded Montana nnd part of IwAso Wyoming. want them took In th' likeness; but by cultivating- and grafting them so The noxt year ilon railroad, and both sides say they man went out with his gun to tuna wns set off for a territory I tol Tobo he'd aughter throw 'em that they withstand tho hard winter firo at an object In the moonlight, gone as far as .they can toward have In Northern by itself, and In 1SG8 Wyoming In, 'cause It's be a long tlmo 'fore months experienced a compromise In American quariurs, and with dull thud a heavy body was organized so tlmt in 18!)0 prosperity 11 gaze upon th like o' Ohio. opinion- - Is expressed howLver, tho fell on tho viiniiulii mor. when Idaho was admitted as thorn feet o' Tobo's agin. Tobt's Trll-by- s Wnon morning came, ho clFmbod that tho dltforenco Is so small as to Nellie, who had served her mistress the forty-thirstate of the UnK-W-M Is rare. disagreement uuthinka- mlje a final faithfully for some months, suddenly Into tho attic to find an open window ion, Its urea was reduced to 8 Tobe's wife suggested that he havo leading out to tho vijranda, where ho lllB. square miles. Even so It announced her Intention of leaving. th' plctyuh took u settin' down with "Why, Nelllo," said tho laity. "I found the big owl' he had killed, but, It Is considered certain that Mr. ranks' us the eleventh state In th Columbyun Cook Book In his han thought you wero pleased with your o the floor under tho rafters of size. IJalfonr and Secretary Hughos, In , ses; tlie noisy shrieks had gono with like "s ef ho was some sorter perfea-shun- al position. I'm perfectly The rapid settlement of Idaho their voIub as mediators, will use anothor blinked her big eyes tho satlstted with squealing and scurrying rats. was duo to tho discovery of gold, man, er member o' Congress. you. ovory rixiBonablo means to bring tho to sec what dangor was near. Sho lert .What can bo tho trouhlo?" Fearing that his friends had gono. the fcame cuuse which so rapidly Th' photographer was a mighty together, for thoro has two urdups "Well, ma'am I tell yo how 'tis. her nest with two whlto eggs to he returned to the built up the adjacent states. It attic ono .,evonlng porllte sorter feller; ho seom'd t They's too lmim a tendency in .many .quarters . much movement o' the crowd Into a corner. Tho eggs nnd in Mtwl 1. ...1 was in ISSU thutold wus found ln gettln' be pertlcurly, Inter'sted ! Kunru,ne"u of tho to rexard Hettlemeut dishes fo' do fewness ov do vlttlea." the bird did not Interest tho man so t, u ut Coeur d'AIene In tho northern cottony Intc-jjr- al Toll comf't'liil. Arfter some trouble Shantung problem as an much as tho materials of the nest ! !",WUl,h Bray Harpors Magazine. part of the state, and miners Im"' W,tU hokod ,,euks and ""' ho got things ln a row, 'n sot Tobo In ulumont ' tu0 solution of tho built of bits of fur mediately Hocked to tho state bones o lis, ' ?. th80 f "! .b,B I noticed a pained" expresn cheer. Tumalslng quustloiui of tho Far East. ?"! In great numbers. Mrs. Tabby Aren't yo uglnd Mrs. enemy, the rat. The wa w " "" niiiuu, UIH rUIIIIUUIIlft run over Tobe's faco when he Towsor. that the aro to como In for sion There was serious labor trousea- - strewn with bits of dried rat skins Thoss qutlons him of two tiny white monkeys hud was posed thar, but I thought It's alllBon js J)a8t,7 ble In tho Coeur d'AIene secand bones. Ho now understood and intensive discussion during tho com-ln- s dled jn n corner for warmth. . ir tion In l8'J2 and agulu In lS'Jl), right delegates ull kuk, ami tho Mrs. T. Well, I don't know. The Btroked the hissing, frightened bird Ho snapped out his light to wntch. when murtlul law was estabThen th' man sez: "Set up atral't sausage season Is upon us now. to hulluvo that tho air would bo I nffoctlonntely. That night a n Noiselessly an owl friend lished until penlo betweeu the entered 'n look pleasant." clwaort appreciably If Shantung wore owls celebrated don't see much difference between a for hours, with suppor for miners and initio owners was the llttlo family. The But ol' Tobo tuk th' sickly grins. dog pound and a pound of dog. flapping, hissing and stamping, but otu I tho way. effected. meal wus a big gopher. Sez I, "Tobe, look like yuh did when ;"V)uiniiiifiit In Two Weeks t the disturbed sleeper only smiled. He Idaho Is fifth from the end In The man watched nn hour whllo Smith I met a man today who was glatj his friends wero having a yuh beat ol' man Ben Glmpklns on Tao smural belief Is that with tho the list of fetutes uccordlng to owl friends brought Into the nttlc six horse trade." An' Tobo he told me I looked like, you. negotiations ondod, tho that good time. armament population, and accordingly has gophers, n rnf nn.l .. ,i.u ...,. Jones (flercoly) Who was It? If brl'ten'd up buo ho soon icokod Kusfiem Bido of the conference but four presidential electors. After another woek tho noises of, Mm. u. .... ,... Far . ' I can find him. I'll knock him down. the houso ceased, not a But the state Is developing 'n a Judge agin. conld lm wound up In anothor week "J 1 .. l'8 "av. ., f," f.wl1 rat or a u ' Really, (calmly) Smith Then th1 plctyuh man sez: Don't trouble mouse was to bo seen, tho oniv ., or ten dny&.That would seem to fore... 7"" . "" B"",os nnu Wlsnes ( by McClur Nswipaptr SyndlcaU.) suh, you won't bo pleased with th' yourself. I knocked h.m down at heard In the night was cast a final adjournment about two jL plctyuh ef yuh don' beat that.' An oncer hence, but not so soou as 41 -" ov'"v"1 '4U0 """ u'i'tka iswisu oi wings mingled with low Uls- - mico. e.. -.- cAT POWERS 20-YEA- 1 JfFr$ well-know- er cake-walke- r. well-kno- i j KGG-LAY- lr Tnu-i,ni,i- n .. ., HHHWH Pains X V Were v & V Terrific t.- I I . JJ k X The Story of Our States V I :: I r'fi CASTO R ForOver 30 A SOO-fo- CARDUI The Woman's ar fak nt s f half-doze- ap-pu- I dis-ord- crs exits-porat- it Take Cardui ' d 83,-8S- the-tittle- long-de-liat- id it ddir-catchl- w 'y "" f, hnlf-doze- '. er rup-Idl- -- . "" . ' wtfc'T uT Jl'' Z S Kentucky Taxation and Representation A creat clcnl of complaint Is going up.over tin State because of the pres- i tatf vnluntlons of property In tho State, the fnrmors claiming that their tax hns been Increased out of proportion with the Increase upon coal lands. Soino of the newspapers aro clnimlng that tax valuations upon lands lins Increased three and four hundred per cent In the last four years, without a llko Increase upon coal lands, and coal lands and coal producing lands. I hold no brief for tho coal lands In Kentucky, nor do 1 nttempt to set myself up agalntt th farmer, but I want to give Rome official figures that fchould at least be Interesting to the unbiased mind. It Is truo thnt tho tax valuations of farm lands have Increased during the last four years the market value of farm lands havo likowlso enjoyed, n tremendous Increase, In many Instances selling for'three or four times what they sold for five anil six years ago. Hut Jho trouble with the farmer nnd every other class for thnt matter. Is not the Increased amount of taxes for State purposes, but their burden has been Increased to agreat extent by the taxing autorltles of tho respective county. Just how he money rccolved by such taxation has been expended Is a mnttcr for those affected to Investigate, but the revenue accruing to tho State Trasur shows nn averago Increase since 1917 of 47.5 per ratification, seemed to have a macent, and that Increase has been more pcrcptlblo In coal producing counties WATTS MUST DIE jority in their following. The church than In the farming sections. Tako for example flvo typical coal producing FOR JAIL KILLNG officials of Southern Ireland, from counties, aijd five typical farming counties, and examine the per cent of InCardinal League down, were practicrease In revenue going, Into the Stnto Troasury since 1917: of Increase since 1917 Doatli .Sentence Inipxcd On Itrentliltt cally unanimous for the treaty. The Coal Producing county v County Man Comes 53.4 labor party in each country was enUsll An Surprise. y thusiastic from the first announce177.7i Harlan 28.4 ment of an understanding. Clay Jackson, Ky Jan. 7. William G.C In Ulster .Premier Sir James Craig Whitley Penn Watts today was condemned to has had little to say, but on one oc .' 136.4 Perry die In tne electric chair by ,t Jury caslon he declared his belief that trying llm as a member of the band peace would soon be achieved. He 80.5 Average Increase per cdnnty . 1917 which att.icko:' thn Hreathltt County had several long conferences with Farming counties of Increase since iail and Kllle.l Mfi.t Maggie Allen, Premier Lloyd George In regard to the 4o.7 ,., Hoiirbou the Jailer's "daughter, und Oscar treaty terms, after which he declar49.5 . "Clark Kohcr.t, the Jailer's son. . .... 31.7 ed at a public meeting at Belfast that Woodford .Tho sentence which caiuo alter a the British premier had violated the .' Shelby 33.1 was a sur pledge given to Ulster. The meeting deliberation, 42.3 Fayette , prise. failed to decide whether Ulster would TluV evidence against Watts was Join Southern Ireland. Sir Edward 40.5 Averag Increase per county as strong as that against Tom Carson, tho former Ulster leader, If tho Increases In taxos as reported through the pros and otherwise aro not Porter, who was convicted last week came out strongly against the treathe" County IUto, and not tht State Kato. accurate, tho trouble Is with and sentenced to llfo imprisonment. ty. "I never thought that ,1 should Hut the thing 1 starred out to ay U that based upon reorientation, and living In the coal producing counties have Ju the' Jailer A. A. Alien identified Porter live," he said, "to see a day of such 'tho voice of the people of the band, but no one Legislature of Kentucky, they are paying two and threo tlme-- j the amount as a memberseeing Watts in Jackson. abject humiliation for Great Britain.' at An Ulster clergyman speaking The duty of paying tax testified to by the farming sections of in? State. of taxes paid, Watt? accepted' tho verdict with London called Lloyd George'"a son, is supposed to carry tho privilege of a voice fa shaping the affairs of the Mtiulloh He Is a young trfan, of Ananias and a grandson of Judas State, jet wo find that the dry nectlon of the State from whence cornea the little ' the .on of Lewis Watts, mountain Iscarlot." , coal, is disfranchised, and denied nn equal voice in saying what shall, and In the British parliament a large shall not, be a law In Kentucky. In order tu clnrlfy this assertion, I am farmer. Watts' defense Was practically the majority placed themselves behind giving herewith twenty-on- e typical Democratic Legislative Districts, with Watts, Porter and the premier, who was assured In adtof each as reported by tho 1920 Census, aa woll aa the In- - same ab Porter's. the population Httrgls Joble testified JJhoy were to- vance of sufficient support. Friends Increaee in tax valuation and revenue received since 1917. gether the night of tho Jail murders of peace In both countries and In the ' Democratic DMiirt hut never wsre closer to Jackson United States have worked for ratifiPopulation in Increase in State than Quickfeand, two miles from town. Composed of the No. of cation, and in general they feel sure Tax since 1917 H They attempted to establish an ali1920 Counties of District success. Many demanded that 49.4 bi by a mountain family at whose of 0,SS2 Anderson County to Do Valera resign the leadership of 45.7 houso they warmed, at 1 o'clock, . 1S.41S Hourbon County 73 Sinn Fein and return' to his pro" r- 6G.2 about half an hour after tho attack tho Boyle County 14.99S 43 fessorship In Maynooth college. 57.1 on tho Jail. 17,113 33 Ilnllitt and Sponcor 30.1 13,010 Carroll nnd Gallatin 60 The fact that Porter Is only 17 UNION COUNTY OIL STRIKE " 49.5 years old weighed with the Jurors In 17,901 , r Clark County 77 MAY REVEAL RICH FIELD 42.6 not giving him tho death penalty, of15,G14 Fleming County 72 37.5 ficials say. 19,357 Franklin County 49 Henderson, Ky., Jan. 7. Finding '' ,71.1 15.79S Harrison County 71 Authorities expressed the hope that oil, which has tested a Al grade, at 12,205 41.3 tho conviction of Watts would result Jessamine County 47 020 feet on the George Proctor farm ' ' J 21.0 '16,481 . Lincoln County 12 In the capture of Hud" Noble and his In the edge of Union County, leads 9.5 9,442 .' Meade County 32 two sons, Soldier and Beach, alleged drillers to believe that they have lo25.5 leaders o the band '"16.51S Morgan County 100 f cated one of the best oil fields in the 13.765 Nicholas and Hobertson 70 ,t. , 58.6 The Watts family, it was pointed State. 38.9 out, probably will help capture the 13,700 C9 Oldham and Trimble Oil has risen 500 feet in tho well . 47.2 Nobles. 16,318 Scott County 74 and today two barrels were dipped . 33.1 18,532 Shelby County 50 The trial of Hagan Noble, the third 63.7 defendant, will begin the first of next out and tested. , 11,150 "" Simpson County 27 y The drillers have gone through 51.7 week. 15,694 Todd County 15 five feet of oil sand and will cease 27.7 14,208 .Trigg County 9 from the I. C. j drilling until, a switch ' 11,784 V. 31.7 . Woodford County 40 To the Dyspeptic. Railroad is constructed to the well Would, you not llko to feel that and tanks erected, Total Population 21 Dem. Districts,. . .311.185 your stomach troubles are over, that j William Epperson, oil driller from 14,813 Average Population per district you can eat any kind of food that you Lawrencevllle, 111 ,, fields., did the 42.3 crave? Consider then tho fact that ,the Average increase In revenue per district since 1917 .drilling. Democratic Districts, lets make a com- Chamberlain's Tablets have cured Compared with these Twenty-on- e He predicts the well will producp Of course, no coal Is others parison of a llko number of Hepubllcan Districts. why not yon. There are many daily. may be treated who have been restored to health by 200 barrels produced In a great many of the following districts, but they as safely Republclan. taking these tablets and can now eat U. S. MONEY HELOW PAR Population Increase In State any kind of food that they crave, m Composed of tho " No of Tax since 1917 In 1920 , . e Counties of District .There Is one place In Europe, and G3.2 LONG LOST PORTRAIT OF 21,463 DC Bath and Rowan only one, where the American dollar 53.4 33,988 WASHINGTON FOUND Is below par, and that Is in the little Bell County 84 ' 68.6 32,532 Breathitt and Lee 79 mountain republic of Switzerland. 17.3 26,597 Breckenrldgo nnd Hancock 22 New York, Jan. 7. Discovery of war the dollar was worth 23.9 the long lost ninth portrait of Gener- Before the 26,091 . Butler and Edmonson 24 normally 5 francs and 15 centimes; ' 34.2 al Washington by tho American mas22,474 Carter County 87 recently the quotation was 5 francs 38.4 ter, Gilbert Stuart, was announced to29,067 Casey and Russell , 39 j 12 centimes for tho dollar. The . 18.9 day bV Hammond Smith, art restor27,615 ' Clay and Owsley 85 highest ratg the dollar reached after 25.3 er. Tho picture, formerly supposed 19.239 Clinton and Cumberland 3S was t irancs aa centnone to be n copy by Vanderlln, is the the armistice 27,256 Estill and Jackson 80 is now worth G8.9 property of Walter Jennings, of this imes. Tho Swiss franc ' 41,643 . Harlan and Leslie 98 more than twice as much as the ; 18.1 city. 27,276 Johnson nnd Martin 91 ' French tranc. '. 22.8 24,172 , Knox County 83 s Mr. Smith, upon removing several 26.0 layers of varnish and over painting, 35,220 ' Laurel and Rockcastle 81 VOICES GRATITUDE TO AMERICA 102,5 said he discovered unmistakable evi50,509 , , 97 Letcher and Perry 11.6 dence of the work of tho master nnd 15,829 Lewis County S6 Dr. of Austria, ,Tho president 21.2 art experts concur in his opinion. . 27.SS4 McCrenry and Wayne 40 Michael iHalnlsch, wrote a letter for 49.9. 26,473 Ohio County 21 The portrait Is an almost exact re"i which he expressed the 74.1 plica of the one by Stuart .which publication in V, 49,477 , Plko County 92 "heartfelt gratitude' of the Austrian S.9 hangs In the New Public Libra34,010.. Pulaski County 41 aid in alleviating ' , 0.6 ry. It was originally sold to Mr. people for American 27,749 , Whl(ley County 82 sufforlng in that country. The let-tJennings as one of two copies paintwas addressed to the American 626,654 Another Vander- representative, Arthur Fraslnr and ed by Vanderlln. Total population 21 Rep. Districts 29,840 Average population per district lln, executed by order of Congress of Austria children 36.2 hangs In tho Houso of Representa- stated that the Average Increase in revenuo per district since 1917 had been mado happier over two It Will bo seen froml these tables, that the average population of tho Re- tives In Washington. Christmasses by American generosity .- . publican Legislative Districts exceed those of'the Dmocrats by 15,027, or and tho president thought It might an excess of moro than tho entire population of ten of the Domocrntic Dis- PARLIAMENTS CONSIDER PEACE make the Americans' Christmas mertricts enumerated here, and many others not given In this tabulation. It rier to know of tho happiness they Both Ireland nnd England were will also bo observed that the Increase In State Revenuo from the Democratic had given. breathless with excitement, districts exceeds that of tho Republican district by only 6 per cent. me Tho Stato Tax Commission may, or may not, have dealt fairly with the hope and fear as tho two parliaments various Interests of the State, but since the Democratic Districts have more met at London and Dublin to eratify FOR FLETCHER'S than 100 per cent tho, bettor of tho power in tho General Assembly, when or reject tho peace ngreemenf-maddistrict by district, they shouldyiot grumble at paying 6 per cent of the by tho delegates of the two countries. taken m The great majority of people and of taxes of tho Statp. ESKIMOS KILL FOR LOVE the Stato is the biggest problem before- - the ficials of both countries havo pro Tho question of people It affects every home In Kentucky. It adds shame to every Ken- nounced) emphatically for peace, but Wooing in the ley regions north, tucklan, that such grossly unjusfapportlonmont should longer prevail. some leadors havo expressed a deslro Assembly convenes at Frankfort, Its members aro sworn to continue the stfuggle. Thejirst of Hudson bay sometimes has its When the General to support tljo Constitution of Kentucky, They aro not sworn to support was De Valera, the Sinn Fein presi tragedies, as revealed by a story that Canadian cither political party, yet on tho face of official figures, tho Constitution Is dent, who repudiated tho treaty. "Wo recently reached tho absolutely ignored, and those responsible for the making of lnwoponly vlo-lat- o want an Irish Ireland," ho said, "In mounted police. A trader, Otto which Irishmen can work out their Binder .became attracted to a mar tho law every day they sit In the General Assembly. have published many figures similar to those given in these tables, and own destinies a Guellc Ireland, a ried Eskimo woman. Tho woman8 I to I havo never yet seen tho man who has dented that I was right, nor has a freo Ireland." Ono or two other husband and father undertook Blnglo newspaper In the State dared to say that tho apportionment was Just. members of the Sinn Fein cabinet clear' up the situation by finding him I bollovo In every Kentucklan sharing his burden of the Stato's obliga came out against tho agreement, but another woman equally attractive. was also married tion. I bollova In tho Coal counties 4olng,,as muclifor the advancement I Arthur Griffith nnd Michael Collins, The woman selected objected they of tho Commowealth ns tho farming counties, buT I believe with equal the London delegates, leading for and when her husband ent -- sincerity that every county In tho State should hnve nn equal volco in tho administration of the laws of the State. Tnxes of different kinds may bo levied nnd collected. A section of tho State that Is disfranchised may continue to contribute to the welfaro of thoso who aro enfranchised, but that old feeling of "TAXATION WITHOUT nEPItESENTATION" win leave a feeling of being wronged In the breast of he who lives mc':r huc'j conditions, and the love of tho Old Kentucky Home, the glery f tho pat cndi tho hopes of tho futuro will hold no for him. Ho has been, nnd Is bolng wronged by the very State thnt demands his help nnd Influence, nnd sooner or Inter the feeling of security that comes with a knowledgo of a free country will be stifled, and the disfranchised Kcntucklan will forget' that ho owes any allegiance to tho State that refuses to tako him into partnership as n citizen. If tho General Assembly of 1922 wants' to render a servlco to Kentucky, If It wants to live true id It's oath, and serve KENTUCKY, then let it at once correct this ovll, that Is sapping tho very vitals of the State. Let it give Kentucky such a ns that every Kentucklan will feel that he Is a free man, given equal liberty and opportunity to help advance the causo of the Commonwealth. G. J. 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A relative of the slain clared the Japs wero uxaspentCw ty man then came lntothe quarrel with the treatment they had received an his gun and succeeded in killing both the Upited States and wero znrirtirt the invaders, after which ho killed to movo to avoid international trouthe woman who" had attracted Binder. ble. He said If a suitable place caaXQ. girl was thus bo found tlln Pnllfnrr.tr. Inn.n. Since a left fatherless and motherless she was j would move to it for the sake. aC 3w- sstrangled by one of the "head men" mg mentally satisfied. It is noc likely, however, Uutt such an exad.ua. nSl of the dlfctrlct. really come to pass. four-year-o- ld Children Cry CASTOR' Purchaser Havo you a copy c the words of Shelley? Martlnsburg, W. Va., Jan. 7. Bookseller Yes, sir. Woafi yua Thomas L. Dunn, president of the j like it bound in calf? Dunn Woolen Mill Company, denies Oh, no, thanks! I'mi vegetaDisair a widely circulated report that Heny Ford, wealthy Detroit manufacturer, Bricklayer Go 'way csat had purchased tlio company's mills hafo you that tnretSMit Tho rumor probably had Its round here. hero. origin, Mr. Dunne stated, In tho fact Boy Scout Why? that tho mills aro preparing to fill a saro-j-yw- a Bricklayer "Tjiln't for largo order for uuto;nobllo cloth know wot happened to tho v4n rrT tho Ford factories. Jcrico, don't you? London TiMMri. DENIES llUMOK OP FOKD I'UHCHASH to ( CAIiU'OKNIA JAI'S TO MOVE the secretary of the Agricultural' Association of California announced a tour of Manchuria to find a new Hold for the Ja He de- panese farmers of California. At Tokyo so make There is a postofflco fu AmDam; or tho name, of "Shorter." The typewriter wrote it "Short." Strannu lo say, whfn she mado tho co ieet she had to make tho uumo lann to It "Shorter." i fThe Hartford Republican Published Weekly by ARTFORI) PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor mid Business Manager. Fostofflcc, natter Entered according to law at the Hartford, Ky., as wall of tlio second clasa. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUItSCimiEKS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent y a new address must give tho old Iddress In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lUe (or each insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for, ftrii head line and siguautro, money in advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per word. will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual FRIDAY S9 JANUARY HI In the current Issue of the Russell-vlll- c Messenger, we note tho likeness of our friend and former fellow citizen, J. U. Wade, who with a fusion ticket composed of Republicans and in tho Antirlthea Democrats won-ou- t Logan County election last November. Mr. Wade having been the nominee for County Judge. We extend our congratulations and best wishes to our former neighbor who for a time resided in Fordsville, the metropolis of the Northeastern section of Ohio County. Judge Wade is a Republican. The replacing of de Valera by Arthur Griffith as tho chief executive officer in Erin and the selection of a new Cabinet, for the present at lea3t. looks good. Tho Dall by a decided vote having upheld the agreements made and signed by UrMKn and his colleagues, all of whom were duly appointed for that very one thing, with England, left de Valera upon thin Ice. as he had so violently opposed ratification and had threatened to resign in event the Dall approved the treaty. It is practically certain that the question of approval will finally go to the people and If news reports can ever be trusted to forecast an event of such a character a large majority for approval of tho treaty and making of "Old" Erin a free State is most certain to be recorded. Vast of rcvenu as they should. wealth in coal lands hold by many Individuals and corporations are appraised for taxation nt a redlctilously But In the matter of low valuation. taxing production tho lovy In so far Is concerned as homo consumption would most likely bo simply passed on to tho consumer, na is tho case In most examples of that character, but with outside when in competition markets tho burden would bo shouldered by the producer and simply serve as that much handicap placed In Kentucky, upon coal produced provided our sister States collect nothing In tho wny of a production tax. Of that though, we are not very well advised. Some of tho mines within Ohio County have closed down altogether, due to tho fact, so officials state, that tho present cost of production and mnrketing is considerably below the market price. To add a tax on production at this time could only serve as a further limitaTho Louistion to mine operations. ville Gas and Electric Company, we believe it K until recently, was operating a Mine on the I. C. R. R. in Ohio County, in tho main, or perhaps altogether for Its own use and benefit, that is the concern was using the entire output of the mine In its business in Louisville, such is our information, at least. But several months ago the mine was shut down and the concern Is purchasing the coal necessary to the operation of its business for figures actually below what it cost to produce and deliver from its own mine some 112 miles out of Louisville. The cost of producing and transporting a carload of coal must surely come down before the business can be revived, or else the price of coal on the markets must be advanced. If the latter happens.the price of coal will most assuredly be out of proportion with "markets, of many .other products, especially everything produced by the agricultural classes, unless it be tobacco. Under present conditions it scems that a tax upon coal production in Kentucky would be detrimental rather than helpful to the State's interests. SOLDIERS" SHOOT UP OFFICE nounce on February First, 1922, a substantial reduc-th- e prices of their tion in cars effective from January First, 1922. 0 :0 Dodge Brothers will an- f A do eb ier & BEAVER DAM, KY. "The House Behind the Car" s on, Three discharged soldiers shot up Coundourlotls, former reg.nt, and others. The soldiers complained that the funds collected and sent from the United States for their relief were not allowed to reach them. , ing Admiral the pension office at Athens, wound- o , CLEAR RUN T. C. ment of the ownership, management etc., of tlu aforesaid publication for the date shown In the above caption, toms of grippe. required by the Act of August 24, movEmmett Park and family have 1912, embodied in section 443 Postal ed on the farm recently purchased pose quietly in his closet. So long Laws and Regulations. from Herbert Park. Mr. L. H. Bartlett who formerly as Esquire A. S. Aull, formerly of Laws and Regulations, to:wit: The proposal of some of the memSulphur Springs, but now of Auburn, 1. That the names and addresses bers of the Kentucky General As- lived at Taffy, has purchased the Ky., lives, Albert will not forget I of the publisher .editor, managing stock of groceries belonging to Mr. sembly to make the County Superina witness. Should the Squire editor, and business managers are: elective by the Emmett Park and, with his wife, has have tendents of Schools die first, it would then be a question Publisher Hartford Printing Compeople instead of by a Board of Edu- moved Into the rooms adjoining the of Albert's word or mine, and of pany (Inc.), Hartford, Kentucky. composed of 6 individuals has store. cation Editor, W. S. Tinsley, Hartford, Edwin Mason suffered the loss of a course everybody would still know many supporters in Ohio County, in .rKentucky. Kentucky appears to fa- fine mare quite recently, it was at- who to believe. lact Western Managing Editor, Same. vor such a change. We do not wish tacked with a disease of tho head, Sheriff Lon Ralph has appointed Business Managers, same. and died shortly after taking aick. to Bee future Superintendents forced Kirk, who has for several a splendid trio of men for his depuRobert 2. That tho owners are: Hartford to secure a partisan nomination and years resided on his father's old ties. In fact I know of no sheriff in Printing Co. (Inc.), I. S. Mason, C. then in addition make a campaign, appointed a better E. Smith, M. L. Heavrin, E. G Bar partisan in nature for final election. homestead between here and Bar-nett- 's the state who had deputy than Lon, except bnemi uray ragg T H Black, w. C. Blankenshlp, Creek, Is now moving to But we do In fact, rather hold to the of Jefferson county. s. A. Bratcher, C. O. Hunter, W. S. opinion that it would be better to : Charlie, small son of Mr. and Mrs. Tinsley, Mack Cook, A. 1). Kirk, J. have our Superintendents elected by I'll bet if Battle Nail had known A j0hnson, O. C. Martin, W. Tiche-h- e Popular vote of the people. If that Thurman Patton, Is very sick. would have received no more nor MrfJ c M Barnett, all of method is objectionable it might be publicity after he married ford. Ci M Tayior( j. a. Leach of LRHIAGE LICENSE for all, or most any of the other ofJimmie Moseley, 23 McIIenry, to he would not have gone and' married, j Beaver Dam; z, Harrel, Rockport; C. ficers, Including U. S. Senators. We Levia Maddox, IS, McIIenry. E. Crowder, Horton; H. C. Crowder, Tecently placed the election of the G. A. Atchison, 50, McIIenry, to In appropriating only nine mil- Select, and J. A. Bellamy, Whites-vill- e, latter within the hands of the elec- Racheal Midkiff, 4S, McIIenry. Ky. lions to finance prohibition enforcetorate.- AVhy not School Superin' ment, Congress raises up only a 3. That the known bondholders, tendents? We would rather prefer gnats to annoy an elephant. mortgages, and other security holdthese officers be elected and BEADS ODDLY STRUNG swarm of that (By I. D. Claire ) ers owning or holding 1 per cent or then give the Superintendent the NOTICE of bonds, more of total amount right and power to appoint his or 1 wuo mighty sorry to see Alex mortgages, or other securities are: her Board of six citizens to compose , and 1'nplN Bank of Hartford, Hartford, Ky. To Parents 'IVnclii'i-.the Educational Board A Cabinet if Porter movo to Louisville. Tho genuyou may please to call It such. It ine aged in wood stuff was already of Ohio County Our second semes 4. That tho two paragraphs next is an absolute fact that nothing has getting awfully scarce nnd, now that ter of school opens January 16. We above, giving the names of tho ownoccurred that would or could lead Alex is- here, it will soon bo moon- are continuing our regular Classical ers, stockholders, and security holdnny port'on to look with suspicion on shine or nothing. and Vocational courses, and also or ers, If any, contain not only the list w any act of the prosent or past Board ganizing new classes in Agriculture, of stockholders and security holders Yielding to'wlflsli tyranny, I went I DomesUc sdonc0i public Speaking, as they appear upon tho books of tho of Education, or Superintendent, past or present, of Ohio County. But wo to see a plcturatlon of the Queen of .ExI,res!.on am, Muslc, und aro well company, hut also, in cases where the , would much prefer trying to manipu oueuu imsiuiuB, una was Having wiu to take caro ol any students stockholder or security holder apHIIIU UI 111 illL- - II III II HIV .UiUUIIll WUAU late and put ovur something or a who may wish to enter either Grade pears upon the books of the company questionable nature with a half dozen me up. as trustee or in any other fiduciary , or High School work. average Individuals than with the E. E. ALLISON, Supt., relation, tho name of the person or But I evened up with tho Madam Beaver Dam Graded and High" School corporation for whom such trustee voters of Ohio County. No, we have jio complaint whatever to make of tho Sunday evening. I hook her out to is nctlng, is given; also that the said County Superintendent or with the the Auditorium, where she had to two paragraphs' - contain statements STATEMENT Board of Education, wo rather think bit two hours listening to Dr. Walsh, embracing affiant's full knowledge County very fortunate In having the great New York psychologist, detho Ownership, Management, and belief as to the circumstances and Of the the splendid officers it has. What liver a lecture on Dante and his Di- Circulation, etc., required by the Act conditions under which stockholders we fear Is, that sooner or later 'wires' vine Comedy. nr .nnirrnss. AllEUSt 24. 1U1Z. 01 uiu and security holders who do not apway be handled in such a manner as I u .. 1.1I..I. a,1 nrtLf -- pear upon tho books of tho company it Speaking of the Queen of Sheba iHnrtforU uepuuucun, iuuuuu may result in tho selection of offiKentucky for October as trustees, hold stock and securities ' Hartford, cers not up to the high standard of reminds me that many successes do-l- " in a capacity ether than that of a now serving at tho head of the pend upon being at tho right place 1st, 1021. those bona fide owjier; and this affiant has at tho right time. Whon I saw tho State of Kentucky) Common Schools of the County. no reason to believe that any other )ss luxuriant beard of tho impersonator person, association, or corporation We note the proposition, backed by of King David it occurred to mo that County of Ohio) any Interest direct or Indirect In Before, uie, n Notary Public, In and has people) for had my old friend, Joo Thomassnn, a considerable nunibor of county aforesaid, tho said stock, bonds, or other secu.n tux on coal production within tho been on tho spot when the story was for tho State and us so stated by him. personally appeared W. S. Tinsley, rities than State. We aro not, by any means, an being filmed ho might have earned w. s. tinslrv. sworn acwho, hnvlng been- duly expert on tax questions, nnd whllo a handsomo sunt playing David. Sworn to and subscribed before mo cording to law, deposes and says that there is but llttlo question In our - this 9 day of January, 1922. of tho coal indusFluko's recent recital that ho did ho is tho Editor and Genornl Mannmind of the failuro ' R. R. RILEY, Republican, anil try, or perhaps it would bo better not seo much in my boar story on gor of the Hartford Of My commission expires January 15, of coal lands to Albeit Cnx. from the wnv Albert tnbl thnf tho following is, to tho best Muted, of tho failure state- - 1922 a bear a3 largo a share- in the matter It to him, did not fool me as ho his knowledgo and belief, truo Park has been in bed for sev- eral days with a bad cold and symp- thought it would. F'uke Is f.'tious to hear the bear story and was only attempting to goad me into telling It, but so long as Albert Is on his good behavior that skeleton Is going to re- 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. ' Bu-for- d. I Men's Suits Men's Suits, regular price $13.50, now . Men's Suits, regular price $18.50, now. Men's Suits, regular price $25.00, now . Men's Suits, regular price $30.00, now . Men's Suits, regular price $35.00, now . .$10.00 . . . . I Hart-newspap- er 14,50 19.25 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 I Regular Regular Regular Regular Regular price $5.00, now price $8.00, now price $12.50, now price $22.50, now price $25.00, now $ 3.75 6.00 10.00 18.00 19.75 . Ladies' Coat Suits Regular price $25.00, now $19.75 Regular price $30.00, now ; 24.00 Regular price $40.00, now 30.00 If you are in need of anything in this, line you can't afford to miss this opportunity. Very truly yours, ." -- I - Carson i Co. u Hartford, Kentucky. (&. Jh - v y 27.83 Mr J. H. I. Carson mado a busl- - W. K. Hardin, 49 a 2.80 ticsrt trip to Loulsvlllo tho first of Miss Virginia Hlncs, No. 1 Sulphur Springs this week. 8.82 Mrs. Mary Hratchor, 66 a 13.40 Mrs. Anna J. Bennett took her Pal Coots, 46 a 13.92 liiuu sun, niiuriiui uuss, ui, iu uuum- - M. L. Dover, 65 a 6.18 vlllo this week to havo his tonells R. O. Flelden, 20 n ' ...... riflnnnMa rnmnvnil. W. T. Wright, GO a ntiil 10.73 VMtO Jas. II. Wright, 124 a. . .. 20.04 19.32 Is at tho Jno H. Wright, 88 a Mrs. Q. A. Ralph, bedsldo of her nephew, Delos Lan-haNo. 5 MuRiin Just what you have been waiting for. Sales at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. I. J. W. Babbit, 27 a 8.51 Tho D. A. Hendrlx, 57 a begin Friday, January 13th, and continue N. Lanham, near Fordsvlllo 4.57 Prices have been slashed on these good automoyoung man has a very malignant case Leo Medcalf, 70 a 16.48 throughout the entire month. Wait for the biles although the superlative high grade in workof pneunmnla and his recovery de- H. W.. Ralph, 44 a. 6.25 BIG CIRCULAR, which will be mailed out to manship, material used in all its parts and general spaired of. No. fl Cromwell you. Read it carefully, for every item will be Guy Faught, 80 a 31.05 beauty is fully maintained. In fact, the 1922 models Mr. A. E. Pate, manager of the G. V. Poole, 44 a 8.65 a bargain. Big specials in Short Lengths and are even better than those heretofore put on the marvery Hartford Motor Co., suffered, a No. 7 Cool Springs Mill-En- d Saturday, while remnants all new, fresh and clean painful accident ket. Our prices F. O. B. Hartford are : Leslie and Lester Davenport, cranking a "Lizzie." Tho machine Ginghams, Percals, Madras Cloth, White 36. GC 175 a No. 34, 4-Under Roadster "kicked" and broke a bono of the Everett Green, 30 a $ 980 5.11 Goods, Tickings, Draperies, Outing Flannels, right arm of Mr. Pate, and badly Eskcl Kitchens, 200 a No. 35, 42.73 Touring, 5 passenger 1,020 bruised his wrist. Satteens, Table Linens, etc. Exactly what No. H North Rockport. No. 36, Coupe, 3 passenger 1,395 you will need for spring. 1 town lot 7 89 Mr, Lyman C. Scott, of Toledo. 0., Green B. Bratcher, No. 37, 4 Cylinder Sedan, 5 passenger 1,495 1 town lot 12.32 Is planning to begin within a short A. L. Fulkerson, No. 44, y Under Roadster, Mrs. Mary Hoops, 1 town lot 5.07 1,465 time, drilling for oil upon th lnnds 5.07 P. Heck, 1 town lot . . . No. 45, Touring, 5 passenger ho recently ie.ned a few mlics alovo Nannie 1,495 1 C.54 Hartford. He, together with Mrs. .Mrs. Fred Landrum, town lot No. 46, Coupe, 3 passenger 2,025 2 town Scott, son and daughter, are stopping Mrs. Josephine Layton, 23.04 lots No. 47, Sedan, 5 passenger 2,325 New Commercial Hotel. Former prices not considered ; they must at the 7.89 J. C. Turley, 1 town lot No. 48, Coupe 4 passenger clean-u- p 2,025 move and move quickly. An entire Emory Tllford, 1 town lot. . . 8.05 Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Williams who ' is what we want, and what we will get, if No. O South Rockport have been occupying rooms In the 12.21 resldenco of Mrs. Maggie Griffin havo Jerry Dawson, 6 a prices are any inducement. moved Into rooms over tho store of Joo P. Graves, 4 a. and 2 town 19.59 lots Williams & Taylor nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. 24.38 Ohio County Distributors L. H. Bishop have taken the rooms W. P. Graves, 125 a 17.47 Charlie Grant, 5 a vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Williams. 10.08 J. C. Hunt, 1 town lot 7.39 Mr. A. R. Carson who wns sum- Mrs. R. P. Her, 1 town lot money. Our winAn opportunity to save moned to Fayette, Ala., tho first of Mrs. Sallle B. Jackson, 165 a., 54. 68 and one town lot ter is before us, and your chance for a barthis week on account of tho serious 16.20 Illnofs of his little nephew and Willie Mlnton, 10 a chance for a gain is before you: No possible 13.12 namesake, Amos Carson Thompson, Jno. Murphy, 1 a 7.41 reduction next winter. ; expected homo today, as the little Mrs. Nannie Qulnn, 13 a. . . 9.51 Is Mrs. Eliza Robinson, 80 a. patient, who bad appendicitis, No. 10 Select rapidly improving. We are in dur new building now and ready to serve 13.69 F. A. Baize, 75 acres Come in and let us give you some real bargains. 5.10 you. on Route 5, Park Daugherty, 12 a James F. Park, carrier 3.85 16 lb . Granulated Sugar $1.00 be on hand has sold his resideuc? on Clay street Mrs. Florence Flenor, 25 a. . See big circulars next week, and 12. SS Canned Corn . .. .10 to Deputy Sheriff George P. Jones. C. H. White. 7S a No. 1 1 Horso Branch Mr. Park and family will occupy the Country Gentleman Corn .. .15 10.91 property known as tho Hunger resi- J. A. Bycr.s 30 a Corn Flakes , 10 18.47 dence, near the railroad. Mr. Jones J. S. Crowe. S2 a ; 10 7.17 Oats new J. H. Crowe, 20 a md family will move to their I 6.51 3 pounds Navy Beans 20 G. F. Stewart, 30 a "iome as soon as It is vacated. .' 1S.33 P. & G. Soap, 7 for . : William Underbill, 69 a 45 No. 12 ltosino Lenox Soap, per cake 04 Mrs. S. K. Cox. city, and daughter 7a 5.11 Luna Soap, per cake Mrs. Marvin Bean. Akron. Ohio, the L. J. Allen. 04 v , 14.86 30 a latter who has been making an ex- Frank Arnold, 89 a 25 13.56 Palm Olive Soap, 3 for Albert Austin, tended visit with relatives In Hart' Ivory Soap, 2 for 15 5.82 13 a Jl ford, left Wednesday for Elkton, to G. M.' Bailey. 9.01 1 pound Can Cocoa Ermine Crowder, 27 a 20 spend a few days with their daughter 5.11 Heinz Baked Beans, per can ,. Goodwlne, 20 a : --: 10 and 15c and slater. Mrs. C. E. Rogers, and J. H. 9.01 1 C. II. Haven, 27 a pound Good Loose Coffee Mrs. Bean will go from z-Mr. Rogers. 15 6.51 Logsdon, 40 a Elkton to Charleston, Mo., to visit Pearlie A fresh line of Groceries at all times. The above prices 77.61 A .S. Monroe. 500 a her sister, Mrs. A. V. Goodln before Free delivery service to ' 1 mile of 4.37 are for cash only. Jno. Probus, 3 a returning to her home. 10.32 town. -- ... L. Renfrow, 6 acres Tue Ladles' Social Club will meet S 80 E. T. Schroeder, 35 a WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, The Hartford Republican with Mrs W S. Tlnsley, at her home IJAUXETT'S CREEIC 4.53 Floyd Wilson, 12 a Hartford, Ky. at 2 o'clock. this afternoon 7.94 T. J. Watson Jr., 20 a ..JANUARY la FRIDAY Mrs. J. T. Patton who has been veNo. 13 East Reaver Dam We are headquarters for Red Top ry 111 Is slowly Improving. 3.09 Leslie Taylor, 1 town lot Mr. Frank Bartlett spent Tuesday and Red Clover Seed, nnd other grass No. 15 MvHcnry. PERSONAL NEWS 29-- 4 with her brother, Mr. Clarence Bart- Martin JohnsoH, 1 town lot.. 5.45 Seeds. lett, and Mrs. Bartlett. AND SOCIAL EVENTS W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Mrs. Mary C. Likens IS a. . . 4.21 Mr. ,0. H. Rhoads has moved on A. J. Moore, 1 town lot 4.21 Judge W. IL Dames was in Central 9.33 W. T. Rock, 1 town lot Prof. I. S . Mason, superintendent Mr. J. B. Dodson's farm. Mi;. Sherman Gray wa3 in OwensCity Monday, on business. 11.47 of the Cromwell Consolidate school J. S. Smith, 3 acres spent the week-enwith his family, boro Monday, on business. No. 10 Centertown Mr, Everette Chapman, Rural car- M. L. Ashby, 50 a Mr. J. C. Westerfleld, Hartford, in Hartford. 11.75 rier on Route 6, has moved on his Joe E. Bishop, 2 a. . . . Route C, was in this city Monday. 5.03 . farm, near Union Grove. f E. K. Bishop, 33 a 8.31 former Mr. M. L. McCracken, Bcd.i, Mr. Herman Shown, of near 29.93 L. M. Hatcher, 100 a Mr. Jeff Curtis, of Rockport, was county Farm Agent, of Ohio County pent Saturday night and Sunday with M. M. Hoover 60 a 13.50 in Hartford Wednesday, on business. but now with the L. & N. R. R. Co., Mrs. ,Racheal Mrs. M. A. Hill 1 his grandmother, a 1.44 in Paris, Tenn., was In Hartford a Rhoadcs. 31.05 a N. E. Martin, 45 Mr. V. L. Fulkerson spent Tuesday few days thlB week. InMr. Herman Crowe has moved 18.43 Mrs. Lena White 29 a mid Monday of this week on tho road to our neighborhood. No. 17 SmaUhous Owensboro. and in Dr. A. B. Riley, who has been in 49.60 Chicago, during the past few months METHODIST CHURCH SERVICES A. H. Boyd, 86 a No. 18 East Fordsvillc Dr. W. M. Warden, of Centertown, taking Post Graduate Work, to Mrs. Hannah Awbry, 150 a.. . 17.49 was in Hartford Wednesday on a gether with his family, returned to Rev. T. T. Frazler Pastor! 9.38 Otis Craig, 40 a business errand. Hartford Tuesday. Sunday School 9:45 a. m. 12.55 Mrs. G. M. Craig, 62 a Preaching 11:00 a. m and 7:00 Walter Marlow, 80 a 12.52 Hen and Archie C. Johnson returnThe Girls' and toys' hUh school p. m. 6.53 C. H. Pierce, 1 town lot Tuesday from Florida where they basket U 11 teiraa will Journey to ed Mrs. Charlie Spencer, 75 a. . . 7.31 Central City thbi afternoon to had spent a few weeks. OHIO COUNTY FARM BUREAU, NOTICE Mrs. May Whither, 1 town lot 5.82 the high sclu.ol teams of that Ky. No. 10 West Fordsvlllo Russell, Ora and Co- I'laco in a .ioubU Leader. By mutual consent of each of the ! Misses Ethel John Ceaser, 1 town lot.. . 6.56. night and ra Everley spent Saturday parties hereto the law firm of Heav-ri- n T. A. Evans. 70 a 17.19 Mrs. W. O. Woodrlng, accompanied Sunday with' Miss Margaret Card-wel- l. & Martin Is dissolved to take efJasper Greer, 1 town lot . . . . 5.49 by her children went to Terre Haute, fect Janunry 1st, 1922. 2.42 Arlena Kirk, 53 a Ind., a few days ago to be at the bed5.10 J. M. Dunn, 2 a Sul Cotton, 20 a 1.45 Witness our jignaturos this DeNo. UO Antiuivlllo side of Mrs. Woodrlng's sister, Miss cember 31. 192V . 17.65 Bedford Embry, 30 a. bal. . . . Prank Cummlngs, 50 a. l. 3.62 Mrs. Melvln C. Drowning and Miss 6.35 Louisa Tayno, 75 a dangerBoulah Hofflngton, who is 140 a 29.11 Mrs. J. J. Plshcr, 40 a M. ,L. HBAVRIN, 8.09 Amelia Barnett spent tho week-en- d 10.16 E. E. Crabb, J. T. Strange, 1 town lot ously ill. 7,95 Elmer Harrison, ,45 a H. B. Green, 25 a. . . ., OTTO C. MARTIN. 8.11 In Centertown, tho guests of Mr. and No. ill S!irevoN .. a 15.99 II. Karnes, 70 a m 33.07 Mrs. S. M. Dexter. 12.59 Perry .Morris, 100 W. Whtttem, 90 a Rev. T. T. Frnzier will fill his 4.5C Olden Lake, 50 a. , Mrs. P. Swlhart, 68 a 7.41 "How did the Order of the Bath , S. C. Smith, 114 a No. iili Olaton local at the regular appointment 15.84 Mrs. George D. MattinRly, 250 originate?" Mrs. A. C. Foster, of Owensboro, is 11.104 n. Miss Mnrv J. Miller. 50 Church Sunday at 11:00 acres In "You see .It is very ancient. 121.06 spending a fow days In Hartford, the Methodlbt No. H l Simmons. Charlie Qulsenberry, 127 a. . . 20.12 a. m., nnd 7:00 p. in. Sunday ochool a bath 3.85 guest of Sir. and Mrs. Isaac Foster 5.82 Dalley Puckett, 1 town lot... those days a man never took Mrs. Mltchel Elder, 12 n No. u:j llufonl at the usual hour 9:45 a. m. Every except by order of the king." Chi12.39 j Richard T. Boss, 1 town lot . . 1 iX and other relatives. W. E. Hinton, bal. 196 a.. . . 17.51 J. L. Miller, 41 a cordially Invited to attend. one Is 1 cago Herald, 2.78 16.45 Graves Southard, 1 town lot. . 9.3 C Ezklel Rico, town lot James Mayfield, 61 a mm Sam T. Smith, 1 a.; 1 tow nlot 1.30 Book No. J15 Additional Dr. J. R. Plrtlo went to Owensboro 32.19 S. M. Reagan, 1 town lot to Ow Miss Amelia Plrtle returned 7 77 7.91 C. T. Taylor, 19 a Tuesday to attend a meeting of the Mrs. Ora Allen, 90 n SHERIFF'S SALE No. iM Bartlett Sunday to resume her stu 5.27 County Dental Association, of ensboro Rebecca Brown, 95 a. . . . 15.22 'Emma Thomns, 20 a Daviess 8.73 Mrs. D. P. King, 50 a dies In the Owensboro UusineBa Col2.42 9.54 Alna Thomas, 1 town lot which ho Is President. 15.76 J. D. Chappell, 40 a lege, after spending tho holidays here For State, County And School Tav, J. A. Ralph, 67 a Mrs. Robert Decker, 1 town lot 5.82 Adrane Tlchenor, 1 town lot . 1.34 No. 25 Hefllii for 1021 shelving with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. J. n. 19.08 I Colored. It. D. Martin has had the 13.63 L. J. Dawson, 70 a 66 a J. E. Kirk, Plrtle. 23.06 Mrs. Nannlo Brlggs, 1 town lot 1.36 Willie Graves, 100 a and all inside parts of tho building No. 20 Ceralvo Notice is hereby given that I, or 29.46 Minnie Chlnn, 1 town lot recently.vacatod by Williams & Tay3.14 13.86 C. W. Hoover, 120 a Mr. Wells C. Logan, who recently one of my deputies will on Monday, W. S. Hill, 8 town lots 10.96 George W. Cook, 1 town lot. .. 3.8C Mrs. Lydla Hazellp, 25 a. lor repainted and rohalled. No. 20 Ralph property known aa tho February 6, 1922 between tho hours acquired the 4.84 p Sarah B. Magan, 15 a 5.27 B. P. McCormlck, 196 a. . . . 91.01 Dud Mauzey, 1 a ' Master Ferdinand Plrtle, who had Kentucky Light & Power Co., togeth- of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock 36 a. 15.22 Charlie Davis, 1 town lot 5.82 family, are occupying tho m at tho Court House door In Hart- O. D. Martin, bal. 1 town lot. v 7.93 Horace McCormlck, er with his 5.09 Ray Eldson, 1 town lot 5.83 beon visiting relatives In Loulsvlllo, resldenco on Union Street, recently ford, Ohio County, Ky., expose to N. S. Sutton, mineral 9.72 Leo Nelson, 30 a 22.34 G. W. Eldson, 1 rawn lot 3.14 J. T. Park, 130 a Frankfort and Winchester, returned vacated by Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ben- public sale for cash in hand, the folNo. 30 Prentiss 5.13 Mrs. Annlo Griffin, 1 town to his homo hero Saturday. so Joe F. Barnes, 10 a , , , . 17.91 B. M. Smiloy, 50 a property, or lowing described nett. 8.11 lot 15.40 J. S. Sheldon, 37 a much thereof as may be necessary to D C. Lake, 117 a 12i21 Nattle Park, 1 town lot Is spending 4.CG Mrs. O. T. Hums, city, due Addlo Mae Wallrco. 100 a. . . 8.11 Mlko Tlerney, 1 town lot Mrs. A. D. Kirk went to Louisville pay State, County and School tax 4.03 Mrs. Mary J. Bice, a Earl Tolbert, 1 town lot .73 tho week in Owensboro, with Mrs. E. yesterday to bo present at tho mar- thereon and unpaid, and the interest No. !M Herbert 40.77 Jim Bice, (heirs) mineral 77 6.67 It. W. Taylor, 177 a L. Hums tho latter having beon seri- riage of Miss Lola E Fields and Mr. penalty and costs thereon. W. H. Hasklns. 45 a , acres $ 11 ously 111, but now convalescent. Mrs. Mary Pleasant, 55 acres . 13.24 No. 1 Easit Hartford Carl J. Couch. Tho wedding will 10.25 Alex Thomas, 1 town lot . 4 38 Bunk Allen. 72 a amt. tax No. ill! Arnold afternoon at By whom listed No. acres take place 21.87 This Dec. 30, 1921. Mrs. A. R. Rial and little daughter, 4.57 Mrs. Julia Cook, 70 n $ S.(J5 Tobo Allon (heirs) 50 a o'clock, at tho Deer Park llap- - Jas. 55. Gray, 50 a week-en- d 3.87. S. A. BnATCHER. 8.11 Jno. Camp, 1 town lot Annlo Laura, spent tho C.71 J. W. Allon, 100 a tlst Church. Mrs. Kirk will be Mrs. Mnrgaret Gray, 70 a. 8.11 Sheriff of Ohio Counfr. 9.49 J. W. Dunn, 50 a with Mrs. Rial's parents, Mr. and matron of honor. G. W. Iloholmer 4C a, 2 T. L,. 27.58 B. II. Burden, 2Vi a. ..' Mrs. W. I. Wimsatt. at Dukehurst. I I 40a,... i OLD FASHION CLEARANCE SALE. Big Reductions on .... cl. Buick Automobiles '. 4 6-C- Ladies' Cloaks. ... ACTON BROTHERS Overcoats. ... HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ... OUR PRICES. Strike Now, and Strike Quickly. Friday, January 13th'. . .- -r 2Mi& .'... Aki, V'V Farmers, Notice! Annual Meeting Election o! Directors and Officers, d January 23rd WideAwake Speakers. Come and Boost Agriculture. Hartford ; .1 on-ga- if ... ... ... ... , .... ... ... ... .... .... ... .... ... ssm ... 2:-0- ... X J V ( FARM DEPARTMENT. 1ich Corn and More Pasture earthquake shocks and periodically renewed when destroyed by tho frequent nnd expected fires, a peoplo When You Feel a Little who do most things backward, according to the American view, and only it Will bring You Back The Hartford Republican has made a special lately emerged from a stato of civiTo Health clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial lization almost as remote and unusual one might find on tho moon hero as Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one" are facts enough to form a basis for year for the low price of Some people never neod any medl-cin- o that "Asiatic Mystery" of which the at all. They arc, ns the saying Western world has heard so much. goes, "strong as a bull." They arc the crust of Getting down beneath mighty lucky. Most peoplo need n convention, however, "Whore is tho good tonic once In a while. Thoy take 'Asiatic Mystery?" asks Joseph I. C. cold, or through overwork or social Clarke, author of one of the most reactivity do not get enough sleep; cent and highly considered volumes The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest many ent improper food and thus on the Japanese people ("Japan nt ed: and best papers in the South and we hope to receive hurt tho digestion. It is mighty wise First Hand," Dodd, Mead). "I had " 'How old are you?' n with bjen warned that I would never be many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and " 'Five and six,' she answered, to take dude's able to understand the Japanese," he Then she added, by way of expla- - tho meals for a few weeks and build seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in writes, "that, behind all appearances, nation, that five was her 'American up. One cannot havo too much good ' gives you your subscription now. Don't delay. n health. was tho mystery of the East, Impene- age' and six her 'Japanese age.' " plenty of red blood, and everybody trable to Western eyes and underMr. Street Joins other travelers In standing." He demurs: testifying the Japanese, like the Eng- knows that red blood means fellng "My observation leads me to the lish, are persistent bathers, but good and looking good all the time. reverse conclusion. The Japanese whereas the English take cold baths Sqld by druggists In liquid and tabid Advertisement. people are flui of all Intensely hu- the Japanese bathe In water so hot form. man as we understand the word, with that we could hardly stand It. And In order to eliminate LOSES THKU EAGLE"MIKADO". Pencil No. 174 cows and produce milk at a low- virtues and frailties like our own, when they have bathed they dry them- llVi:il.SlTY CLK1UCAL OVKIISIG1IT county with our motives of action and direc- selves with a small, damp towel.whlch er cost, a number of Fayette ' 39VT farmers are planning to keep re- tions of Interest. They laugh hearti they use as a sort of mop. Also Cheyenne. Wyo., Jan. 7. Tho Unibal- ly: you can hear It all around you. cords on their herds and feed a "Like the English they drive to the versity of Wyoming will have to "get For Sate at your Dealer anced ration during the coming year They weep, too, but It is a point of loft of the road. There is much to by" next year with $102,000 less than Made in fire zradca according to County Agent W. It. honor or custom or etiquette to do It be said about that, but some of their ASK FOR THE YELLOW FENC1L WITH THE RED BAND budget calls for due to an over secretly when they can. Sometimes, other customs of the road surprize its Babbert. EAGLE MIKADO sight by someone on the Stato Board alas, they must out with it. one. Wherever they have not been of Equalization. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK An emergency orDuring the coming year, six Knox "I was at a marionette show at Osa- 'civilized' out of their native courtey der passed in 191i diret'ed the equacounty farmers who are owners of ka. The marionettes are d you will find that one chauffeur dislization board to make an annual asrepresentative farm orchards will co- size and very life-likbut they are likes to overtake and pass another sessment against each county in Wy May-heoperate with County Agent Earl manipulated by men standing behind Surely to an American this Is an In- oming of three-eight- s of a mill for 5 in conducting demonstrations them In full sight of the audience. It version! When a procession of aum ".arcj ki maintenance of the university the with their fruit trees to show was a medieval play of Masaoka, a tomobiles is going along a road and year "forgot" to The board this ?EE3SJ0332 value of proper orchard manage- mother of Spartan quality who. out one of them is for some reason relevy. As a result, court! s ment. They will use prescribed of loyalty to her prince, felt obliged quired to stop, the cars which follow make the computed their lev!" a:ul - a methods in demonstrating to farm- to stand dumb and stoical while her do not blow their horns and dath by have I. 91. K- A- JK IC. out notices' to taxpayers without yield of ers of that district how the babe "was muidered before her eyes. !n delight and a cloud of dust, but 11 three-eightin. the fruit may be increased. Soon the murderer departed, leaving draw up behind the stationary car; J R.nen vtrytoiug FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE. necessary for th-Dianolvo In water for dowhe aton and if it becomes her alone. Yon Pol-po- t It. Don't hogs, poultry, clover an)l pcliic catarrh, ulceration and n .ft in. Corn, 'e ti.e sj,ir n- "The mother wise warily, looked to go on, the chauffeurs who do o. Bear lu mind that Chamlvr'.iin-- ' Recommended by Ljdia E. dairying will be the lines of farm ac- about stealthily, then sprang sudden apologize for passing This customt move the owels, buf , : mKntun rtleu. to. tor ten yean tivity to receive special attention from ly upon the body oi ner ciuut ami nug-ce- which is dying out. comes. I fancy. Tablets not only Improve the apnetlte and strengthen A hcnling vionJcr for nae! cn'nrrh, YOMAC,tTr.ouB:..i: cdmmunlty , ore throat and oreoye Economics!. farmers in the Tied Tern who never ; ; j i.ij ! it to her breast. The crowded from that of ricksha-meni asl.l the digestion. They contain no pep-- 1 Has rtlraonitiMrir cteaojtatr an.J iwtoickJaI rww'. ) ' county ' "' -r "" of Taylor Alienee, men and women, burst into overtake and pa, each other on the sin or other dlgestivp ferment but j Cioi-iee50 all' JiiaviMf, ,r f i ,' s ccnmicr. a " . Tim P.t!fc.u T tM Ccno0itty. Ikl j.. N . . ' year, according to plans uuwiueu In J ou1. biu always, fall in behind Sol)J were heard on all sid s "trengthei the stomach and enable It raTlSt Sutjand the group of geishas, twenty , lowest runner, getting their par to perforin natural-- ' its functions LTompl o e I more, seated near the stage and look' from him. protecting him against the ly. m Varcinrs may be prep.ir--.- 1 harmless. County Agent J. L. Miller. ing like a great b:d of chryianthe- - complaints which his passenger would from either pathological materi.il continually commums, "oubed the loudtft of all. Xev-lU- n make If others were CO.VGKKSS IX XKW POLICY Topics To He ',,,,., One, At I drained from tho patient's body or er was there more weeping at 'Madam ing up behind and going by."virulent cultures of the organism iso Farmers' t r The chan.; of economic policy in lated from other cases ot III40 uacto-riAmong v Lexington, Ky., Jan. 9. No Groat Act of Heroism Itcqulml "Yes, they we-soviet rovernmont, tviiirh hits the origin. Usually vaccines and the subjects scheduled to receive "They love and toll, toil unremit- termed ' back to capitalism," are both introduced by means special attention at the tenth annual If some great act of heroism was been approved by the ninth soviet They honor their paten s. necessary to protect of a hypodermic fringe. and Home Convention to be tingly. a child from was Farm family is a living unit, with quite croup, no mother would hesitate to congress. A large Section opposed In short the substance which coin-bi- ts held at tho College of Agriculture, the arranging expressed their haa domestic government t h. f disease In tho case of serums Is protect her offspring, but when It Is the change and January 31 and February 1, 2, and bet- - things In an orderly way. They are only necessary to keep at hand a bot tred for the terms "money," "capi- produced outside tho body of the hu3 are those connected with the They are mark- - intensely patriotic. '"trusts." but they could tal." ter housing, feeding and manage- edly polite and hospitable. They are tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy offer and other alternative. Premier man subject. In the blood of a horse no according to present or other animal. In the case of vacand give It as soon as the first Indicament of poultry, A part of scrupulously clean; every Japanese tion of croup appears, there are many Lenlnc scored those opposing his re- cines It is produced by tho patient's for the program. 1.7 Ju y7 r fbe general program has been set takes a hot bath daily. They dress who neglect it. Chamberlain's Cough commended change and declared that own blood within his body. As a rule who decently. They are thrifty; they are Remedy is within the reach of all and men who had shown no ability to vaccines produce a higher degree of aside for farmers and their wives A Safe Old Fashioned retraders. They are imbued with Immunity than serums do although m man 130 industries wished to be are especially Interested in poultry, keen spirit of progress. They learn Is prompt and effectual. Remedy for Worms control and run things. He tho dosage of the latter averages tained in 4 included among the speakers who the Seven ty five year contintold them they must learn to trade from 10 to 50 times as great as that I1IGGKST IH.STILLEUY to address tho quickly and study with avidity. lave been scheduled Manwaring, a uous uae lathe beat Nevertheless, oujkihs -- m.a,. itrvmp are C. L. in ohio stat:; found and do business as well as to make of the former. FIEY'S VERHIFUCE speeches and write resolutions. of Mentone, the magazine writer and Journalistic can offer you. commercial poultryman In general, the JaKeep at bottle always on The premier announced that the Elyrla, O., Jan. 7. The l.irgrst ilIndiana, who has a record for ob- observer of things The Host Cough Mi'illi-ine- . hand. It will help keep S3 $10,000 profit panese are full of "reversed ideas." legal distillery in Ohio was confiscat- $20,000,000 worth of grain donated taining approximately the little onea healthy Wil-.BoThere is a good deal more to the ed and four men, foreigners, arret- by America would be accepted on the his flock each year; J. T. and happy. from When a druggist finds that his cusannounces in ed hen Sheriff N. D Ilackus raid- condition laid down that Russia JOe boo l l jrour druifix'i or Corydon, whose flock has been "Asiatic Mystery," he pregeneral atore; or it your dealer volume, "Mysterious Ja- ed a farmhouse at Brownhelm Sta- would buy $10,000,000 more in Am- tomers all speak well of a certain can'l uppljryou.cndhinane of the leading ones among the 47 his current one aad 30c in eUropa and we'll would paration, he forms a good opinion of the tion, five miles west of Lorain. pan" (Doubleday.Page), than erica. He said that amount tad you a boule promptly, being conducted in the State as in need of such a medibarrier" which Mr. Clarke greatly help the famine in the Yolga it and when L A S. FIEY. bl&aart. Hi. The house contained six stills, two J. H. Martin, in charge "language day of of which were found in operation, district, but that efforts must be con- cine Is almost certain to use It him"On the ot the college poultry work; J. H. finds so important. self and in his family. This is why writes: twenty-seve- n barrels of mash of ill tinued to collect the full grain levy. Smyth, poultry extension specialist of my arrival in Japan," he which, varieties, and approximately 10o gal-l- o The American relief commission was so many druggists use and recom"I started a list of things the Institution and Aaron Sa'prlo, according to our ideas the Japanese Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Tli mentioned as doing more than any mend marketing expert is of tho finU'ied product California according plant has a capacity ot from 100 to other foreign agency. Some of the J. B. Jones, a well known druggist of or which ii.. on nhnnns of commer- - do backwards Ky., says, "I have used awful conditions .. - we -i... i" win lio I r. hoir iiionsevery do backwards. I 200 gallons of hootch daily and Is be- deputies told of thewhero people are Auburn, ana. iarm liuumj WILL cial Chamberlain's Cough Remedy in my Japan lieved to have been tho main source in their districts traveler in i..,io,i with n meetlnc of the suppose that TAKE family for tho past seven years, and has kept some such record. Jiy list, of illicit liquor supply for the foreign dying like flies from starvation and Kentucky Poultry Association. have found It to be tho best cough I typhus. beginning with the observation that settlement at South Lorain. m medicine I have ever known." a t Time To .their books commenco at what we call Thirty gallons of the finished proSeason Donnunt type run duct was found buried in the haythe lines of i tho back, .that Prune Trees, AM CKICAXS KOOLKD A Treatment Ky;, Jan. 9. Fruit down the page instead of across, and mow. It Is believed It was secreted Lexington IX WINDOWS OK ART FOR FLETCHER'S are printed at the for tha purpose of sale. be' pruned with safety dur- -' that 'foot-note- s' BraBHal'aaa. for WEAR trees may o--t any part of the dormant season top of the page, soon grew to every French peoplo became alarming The LUNGS or . Almost proportions. Heartburn, indigestion or distress freezing weather and ed over a report that some of tho faVACCINES AX , I.,.. .,...i , aVda&jiiJEMMl CONSUMPTION' nble to add an item of the stomuch is Instantly relieved by SKItOlS into wintnr and iinv I had been mous stained glass windows of the n!,rivRnrlnc. according to recommen-- . or two, and every time I did so I Herbine. It forces the badly digestold cathedrals of that country had We hear a good deal nowadays been stolen and sold to rich Ameri- A quick relict (or that llrrd, run down frrlloc to Kentucky found mvselt playing with the fancy ed food out of the body and restores ii.iHntis helms made specialists, at the that such contrarieties ought in some tone in the stomach and bowels. Price about serums and vaccines used for cans. One 13th century window was couchi, paint in chrtt. nlcht iutuU. bemor farmers by orchard Young trees way to lie associated with tho fact COc per bottle. Sold by Ohio County preventing and curing various dis- said to havo been taken from a ibagef, wrak lunga or consumption. It It dock rnilpce of Agriculture. not belp you it coata you aothini. (p m eases. Yet there aro few laymen with the Drug Company. bo pruned best that we stand planted in fall can church In Ileauco and sold to a New Lock dox air m upon wiu K.u..e. tho difference between Yorker for $20,000 but tho ministry OHIO MEDICAL CO. who 'can tell .Japanese COLUMBIJR n in the spring. j a serum and a vaccine. Indeed a good of fine ' arts published a report 'of xhe Japanese method of beckon-Stat- o FLEA NOT NAT UltALTA' In order to help farmers ot the Is any Hl.OOD TlllKSTY many aro not awaro that thero one of Its experts proving that tho with their fruit tree pruning ng would, to us, signify 'go aw$y; difference and use the terms inter- window taken out of tho country depart- - boats are beached stern foromost; problems, the horticultural ' nntl-toxg flea changeably. In preparing an jnent of tho college Is distributing a horses aro backed into their stalls; Paris, Jan. 7. A could not havo beeu tho original. scrum filtered cultures of spe- Careful measurements showed that USELIV-VERLA- X principles to be sawlng and planing are accomplished has been produced in a scientific circular outlining the cific germs such as those of diphthe- the American had been laboratory here. followed. It Is No. 92 and may bo Wtn a pulling instead of a driving lockjaw aro made nnd InExperl- - tJon; keys turn in their locks in a , free by writing tho A scientist confined a pair of fleas ria and j verso direction from that customary In a glass case and fed them on milk. jected Into the veins of somo animal, FORD'S MUSCLE SHOALS Station, Lexington. . UIU MOST FAVOHKI) ONE with us. In tho Japanese game of The fourth generation of this Hen often a healthy horso. The animal's exclusively on blood combats the germs by creating AMI WAYS IN JAPAN Go. played on assort of checkerboard, family, nourished 01)1 1'OLKS Serum conWashington, Jan. 7 Secretary ot the pieces are placed not within the sweetened milk, were flnnlly intro- antibodies orantl-toxl- n , Is taken from War, John W. Weeks, after a conferCuto," is the American squares but over the points of linear duced to the scientist's naked arm, taining this "Queer, nut During the day Japan-in- g hut they declined to use It ns pastur tho animal's blood and Injected into ence today with C. C. Tlnklor of San verdict, delivered by an overwhelm- - intersection. tho veins of another animal, usually Francisco, whoso construction complain American clti- - eso houses, with their sliding walls age and treated It merely as a majority of a rabbit. If It is found to bo effec- pany has submitted an offer for the tsree-day- s' Japan- - of wood and paper, aro wide open, Even after a sens, on Japan and all things Fcclirtght all tha time. Don't lay oA numerous explor- - but nt night they aro enclosed with fast the Insets refused to take ad tive in preventing inoculation with aiuscln Shoals, Ala., nltratg nnd pow- from work for days by taking calomel cse. So nt least peoplo sleep vantage of tho arms ot a woman la- active disease germs in the rabbit It er projects, stated that the bid made when pleasant Liu- - Vtr-La- x keeps vol ing Journalists, traveling observers, solid board shutters and At boratory assistant which was hero- Is regarded as safe for human sub- by Henry Ford was tho only com- on your feet, whilo relieving your troujbi students and philosophers assure us practically without ventilation. serums such as prehensive proposition before him lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! jects. that in the various volumes on Japan part tho door of n theater or restaurant ically offered them. tako anything else. You can't aiforn and which included both tho construction a largo entromalogist deduces that the the Japanese check their shoes In-The Eliminates poisons, cleanses By have lately constituted aro prepared In tho same way ex- nt the project and tho manufacture of it. and relieves constipation. A natsweets, If flea Is not blood-thirst- y by nature, tern publishers' lists. This feeling, of stead of their hats; their cept that tho germ cultures aro not fertilizers." ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure course, is not quite the same along they como nt all, aro sorved early In but only by force of clrcumstances.l in its effect and certain in results. 1 filtered beforo being injected into tho Pacific coast, whero tho Jap is tho meal Instead of toward the end; our Suitor I want to ask for tho hand won't bo long beforo calomel m wifl tho sea, animal's veins. Doesn't Lady (poetic) and where, It is men do their sako drinking beforo completely displace seen at close hand ever) A vacclno Is a suspension of killed of your daughter. Are you willing home.'. Children can tako it freely an) captain, with its mutability of temcomplulned, ho Is so much out of rather than nttor the meal and is In- wo should marry? u 'disease germ. with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, It and caprlcs, cultures of that ho loses most of the appeal stead of Icing tho national beverage, per, Its Infinite moods antecd. COc and $1 in bottle3. Noc jected directly Into tho veins nnd nets Father Yes, take her my boy may havo in his proper environ- - thoy heat It in a kettle. Action In remind you of n woman? genuina without tho likeness and signai ho on the condition that you elope by stimulating the production of but Honpeck Eggzackloy two- - the theater Is modolod not on llfo but Captain iuro oX L. K. GrteBby, For ealo xuent. An Island kingdom of in tho blood so tha tthe germs with her; the cost ot a. wedding Is t. m. why, confound tho thing! 1 desp.so a country of mlnlaturo on the movements of dolls In :vii,lumi. . lurtfor. k cro farms, therein are destroyed or rendered prohibitive. y er houses made to withstand ette shows and in classic "No" drama It! Life. Should Ihj UmmL Leoclngton, Ky., Jan. 9 Much poor noil in Kentucky which Is being used for corn production nt the present tlmo would return farmers of tho State n greater profit If seeded to Brass and used for pasture, according to members of the soils nndi crops department at the College of Agriculture. Use of this poor land for corn is one of the principal reasons for the low average corn yield, of tho State, they declare. In 1919, tho average corn yield for the State was only 22 bushels an acre. period it is slightly Over a ten-yehigher, being about 2S bushels an acre. Tho average yield in the poorer counties Is less than 15 bushels an acre, this yield being to low to bo profitable, the specialist say. The better corn counties produce an average of about 40 bushels of the Brain an acre, a yield high enough to bt profitable. ar ng tho possibility of showing emotion bifacial expression Is eliminated by the me of carved wooden niauks. "Instead of slipping her thread throiigh the eye of her needle u Japanese woman slips tno eyo of her needle over the point of her thread; he reckons her child one year old on tho day It Is born .i.icl two yenrs oil en the following Kt'v Years' Day Thus, whon an American child born la counted on December thirty-firs- t one dny old, a Japanese child born on the same day Is counted two years old. "Once when I was dining at the house of n Japanese family who hnd if sided for rears in New York, "their little daughter came into the room. Hearing her speaking English, I ask- THE TIME TO TAKE PEPTO-HANGAN 'Off A CASH OFFER $1.75 Pepto-Manga- y Pepto-Manga- 5V one-thir- e, w Every Woman Wans L".-J?a-& i ,? tli0: f- infl.itn-mntio- 1 fl J , rrr .. -- I! c-- al "75 Mothers use p. fl luriaeuwurm --teati-moni- al YerMi u&e VraiFrev's J &L Q m ,. n, i.in. I YOU. OUR IU-s- consld-exceptl- pre-erab- lo Children Cry C ASTO R 'A faSlf GERMINAL REMEDY y?i illigyfe'w . FORGONE MONTH j foot-to-fo- ot lc non-b'.tin- ed d. nt For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. antl-to.xln- s. piay-croun- d. Anti-bacterl- al of i nntl-bodi- by mY Lh I to diy. Do not wring tllom under PEACE ON EARTH piny circumstance. 0 Chrlittnns of 1921 should have To prevent hinges from crea'klng, Family Of T lrrfno( Xuturnllst rub on a llttlo snap, or, better still, been the luipplct In tho history of Cliiu-Jungle Willi make a mixture of equal parts of lard tho world. 8lnre tho advent of tho "Prinro of Peace" over 19 centuries "Tin M..le." black lend and soap, and apply. ngo his divine message, "Pcnco on 0 good-wi- ll toward mon," was' Oakland, Cnl., Jan. 7. The flivAn excellent first-ul- d treatment for earth ver has cowiuoroil tlio jungle. burns Is n light covering of paraffin nevsr before so oarnestly prized, so And all tho l)onnts of the Hast wax. Hold n lighted paraffin candle cIe,,rl' unddrstood, so hungrily hoped realization. African wilds nro taking tho rest euro sovon or eight Inches above tho burn ',0I s0 At no period of nny ago were the tddty. For the fleet and tlroloss and nllow two or threo drops of tho "monster"' thnt vrhuozed und sputter- liquid wax to fall on It. Don't get horrors of war moro repellent or the ed, lint always managed to outrun too much on or the heat of tho wax blessings of peace mora appreciated. world-wid- e them, hits gone. will Intensify tho pain. Spread a Thero. has grown up a IiIh wife, his son, Sydi small picco of cloth over the wax, will for peare and the abolition of II. A. Snow, ney, and daughter, Norma, press down, lightly nnd then allow' a war, and the ablest leaders of thoso up a strange tenderfoot few drops of wax to fall on top of nations whose decisions count most who mndo in this gravest mntter touching huexpedition for tho Oakland Public tho cloth. ' manity aro devoting not only their way home with Museum, nro on their O many their two-yeTurpentine and black varnish, put will hut their Intellect, their time and away with "fltvver hunt" at an end. with any good stovo polish Is tho all tholr industry to do blacking used by many hardware war and make peace permanent. And Jliiv'o Thrills Guloro they are backed as no group of states In thoso years they have packed a dealers for polishing hentlng stoves. men ever wero by tho nrdent wishes and If gives them thnt storo-colo- r lifetime of thrills and hairbreadth It ns they sit of a suffering world escapes, la which tho mother and pruunr.y put on shoii'd la.it thruuut nroitnd tha conference table at Washt!i mron. child figured prominently. ington. They nro also swayed by the 0 Snow, who knew nothing of tr,T new-mni- lo Sunlight Is ono of tho best germi- mute appeal from millions of Knst African wilderness, figured that graves, silent but not voiceless orwith n stripped down and antiquated cides known. It kills harmful under tho winter's snows. car ho could make the lions and leo- ganisms without Injury to anything In tho British Isles another great pards have proper respect for spark else. Don't bo nfrald to let tho sun conference has Just closed, and Ireshln Into your house. It may fade plugs and carburetors and when tho groaned and writhand draperies aorao but land, which has wild things we're fatigued snnp them tho years under the blighting, Is nothing in comparison with ed for 700 thnt with n c.imern or rifle at will. paralyzing curse of almost continual chase of a herd of tho ;ood It will do in ileMroylng war, now hears the rustle of an anA twenty-mil- e gtrms nnd making your rooms bright Klraffes was but one of tho many exgel's wing, tho nngel of peace, nnd t and cheerful. Seo also that ample periences. healing breath. provision Is made for letting light In- feels her cooling, "Finally," he ridtes, "tho giraffes etc., It's For century after century the bravo gave up, hut showed .an nmazlng to barns, chicken houses Emerald Isle, have lieen essential to the hoalth of fowl and people of the curiosity In tho thing that had outthe slaves of the war god, who has boas) as well as man. run them. One of them bent his rewarded their services with suffergreat neck and peered at us In tho ing, poverty and death. After this seat They gathered around In an exlong period peaco has shown her FOR FLETCHER'S cited group and stared." benign face, and thero Is genuine reTho flivver was covered with a joicing on account of it oven in the heavy wire notwork to keep lions and far corners of the earth. leopards from leaping aboard. U. S. TARS ADOPT To advocate peace, except In a genNative politics were turned upside eral nnd Indirect way, has not always ARMENIAN BOY down in .order to get a permit to been popular or oven safe. Beautiwhlto tailed gnu. This nnlmal, shoot ful statues have been raised to peace 7. After losing Washington, Jan. It appears. Is used for ceremonial oven by the ancients, but the victorparents In one of tho numerous purposes by natives and Is wor-lhhas always been the and ious warrior Turkish massacres In Armenia shipped by somo tribes. popular hero, no matter whether he having as his only habitation an over- Ity Hliliio. t'liarp-was right or wrong. Statesmen who .laughter, whll, turned small boat on tho shore of the have been responsible for successful Sirs Snow nnd her ack Se' of conquest have always been ..tun in their tent at dusk, uar-- ! boy was rcscped by 0,d, r,"e! sailors war rowly escaped doath shortly beforo considered the greatest statesmen of juid liked tho navy so well he has the expedition broke up when a herd now adopted tho name of the ship nil, oven though they wero liars, hyrocrlts and traitors. It took a of black rhinoceroses charged thorn. n shots, at tho critical mo- ns his own. man In the old days to declaim A refugee now goes by bold Tho youthful ment, veered them from their course. against war and preach tho blessings name of Harry Overton, after the The party has covored 80.000 the of peaco. They usually suffered for U. S. S. Overton, members of whoso miles and has secured specimens of daring to disagree with the big maIcrew rescued him from starvation. lmpala, African buffalo, leopards, jority. Tho Quakers with their docexpense uf another results In loss tho Overton, where lions, hartcbeests, black rhlnoi, giant Hie Is now aboard trine of peaco found out what a hard the world In general ho constitutes an exceedingly active road gnzillcs, giraffes, elephants, hyennns, was to travel; but they had to both and to the that member of tho "gang" performing for it Is to grab portions of the blazand wild dogs. the courage to stick to It. sickly jungles and nil sorts of sailor jobs about the Nobody needs to be told that war is ing deserts, the to the (ship. It the frozen rlalns remaining There Is more Catarrh In this section I Ho was first found by the crew of hateful and peaco desirable'. But backward peoples Is to incur bloodrtf thA nllntrv fhnn all nfhor rilaaitfM Is well to Impress the fact by referput together, and for years It was sup- - j the Overton's motor launch, which suffering, continual trouble, ence to otlr recent budget estimate shed and posed to bo Incurable. Doctors prescribed cruising otf Ilatoum, on tho j was and the hatred of the other great nalocal remedies, and by constantly falllnc where, out of tho total expenses of to cure with local treatment, pronounced Black Sea, who picked him up oft the hundred tions. incuruDie. luiarrn is a iucui unease. beach and', after feeding him, return three billions and somo it Besides, we have-- learned enough irreatly Influenced by constitutional conmillions shown, the three billions ditions and therefore requires constitu- ed to their ship with their mascot to know that other peoples are very nere war expenses past, present and tional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Medi cine, manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Ho spoke Russian, Greek, Armenian futuro wars. And wo know they much like ourselves; that they have Ohio, Is a constitutional .Turkish and French, but no English Co.. Toledo. could have been avoided; We know tho same aspirations and desires and remedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces Ho soon learnpd enough English to that nations could live In peace Just the same capacity for suturing. Not Following the aeatn of the System. One Hundred Dollars re- tell his story. as we have .lived In peace 100 years to know them was to hate them; to ward 4b offered for any case that Hall's' 'Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for of his parents ho had come to tho with Canada without a gun or a fort know them Is to love them. Anoth- .circulars anil testimonials. beach and had existed more than a between us; just as neighbors hae cr thing we have learned Is that we F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. .Bold by Druggists, 75c. year under the boat, feeding himself lived in peace for generations with- can gain more by being friends than Hall's Family Pills for constipation. with scraps washed ashoro from pas- out ever having to buy revolvers or by remaining enemies. The progress sing vessels. He had to be turned daggers. of the world has been made In tho WHAT THE COW GAVE over to another ship when tho Over- Possibly war In the past was un- times of peace, and largely by nations "Want ad" In tho Fichlta Falls I.ton was orciereu to v.ou8iun..uiuu, avoidable. Tho desirable parts of the assoclatlng together and learning . . 1 - it,AiiA h rt rt Times: "For Sale A full blooded but wnen tno uvunou bui earth were distributed seemingly by from each other. Others have what boat returning from snore chance among primitive peoples of we need and we have wha they need; cow, giving milk, three tons of hay, a. first u.o "" lot of chickens and several stoves." young iiarry wno naa varying merit. There were no tradi- and by friendly Intercourse wo are friends across tho DlacK faea anu tions and no national codes of ethics. continually advancing matrlally and FOr.TU.NK l.N RADIUM was waiting there for them. Another thing has Nations made hard in mind as well Itellectunlly. IS UNPROTECTED What will eventually be done with as body by their rude life and climate been learned. Even the him Is uncertain, as thero aro no pro- proceeded to take tho lands and' ci- backward peoplo may become civilizParls, Jan. 7. Threo million visions for bringing him to this coun- - ties of those grown soft and pamper- ed and progressive by association All francs worth of radium, part of try ed through comparatively easy liv- with more advanced nations. which Is tho gift of America, to ing. Ono of tho first traditions creat- - they need Is a chance to learn. It Mailnmn Curie. Is nt tho mercv of .SENATE 110DY FOK has been found a great mistake to HUT 81 NEW JUDGES od was that the best things of the nny enterprising thief who considers belonged to tho superior peo- feel that they should bo conquered earth the precious element worth tho talcor exterminated. It Carthrage and Washington, Jan. 7. Tho Senate ple. And the superior Reoplo wore ing. Tho threo grams of radium in to take what they wanted. Greece and Rome had been allowed those able the Curio Institute are locked In al Judiciary Committee, considering The earth belonged to tho nation that to grow up side by sldo In peaco the night. This lead cas- means of receiving crowded federal could conquer It, nnd one after an world might have been much further lead box each " ket Is then locked In an ordinary safo. court dockets thru increase In the other succeeded In doing that. Na along tn progress. In tho Paris press suggest numbor of Judges virtually agreed; tions had Editorials Of late whert- wars were waged little to do with each other House bill t.i i.oD nuvv Mni.nr.,1 to ho nn that greater precautions should bo today to sidetrack thomore judge- except to fight and rob. twenty-on- e taken to safeguard ,tho treasuro, providing own ancestors got America for tho defensive. There is hypocrisy Our plan which has been gotten together with ships nnd substitute the Senate natives about that of course, but Ihe good for elghteon additional judges to bo uo by beating back the hostile difficulty. such every step. Wo havo had to com thing about it is that it shows tho named at lurgo Instead of by cir- at every period mlvnnrn nf international ethlos and cuits, ns proposed In the House mea- bat Indian fighters at SOMK PRACTICAL POINTERS ot our progress. On tho Atlantic the growing respect nations have for sure. Miles tho public opinion oi tno worm, i nai Whllo tho subject as a whole was coast wero John Smith and Saturate a Oil your dustcloth. roally indicates a slow but substanIn the Middle West to Standlsh; suitable pieco of cloTh with koroseno turned over to tho better-nnd Andrew tial growth of tlyi ability of tho was said to nnd lay it asldo until tho surplus oil work out the" committees among the peoplo of the In tho Far 'West Buffalo Rub on a wooden havo decjded on tho policy of provid-surfn- Jackson; lias evaporated. Kit Carson nnd Gen. Custor. earth to preserve peaco. until It no longor leaves a lug for Judges nt largo and to havo Bill,wero heroes They took tholand Just as tho aggressor claimed to be. so to All streak, thon It Is rendy for ubo. Shake Instructed tho so the big from savages who wore using It al- fighting In tho legislation , framo well after each uso, and ll solely for hunting grounds, and nations building navies and armies, most onco n month. turned it into the home of a great, give it out that tholr purposo is de-DRY AGENTS SET ItKCOUI) 0 STILLS IX A I). VY progressive and rich nation. The un- fense. It's hard to combat tho arHAG 0 Tho whlto coating wlUch so often told wealth of the forests, tho water gument of tho defense of tho country, disfigures brickwork can bo romov- veh though wo realize that In that Ky., Jan. 7. Tho re- power, tho minerals and soil fertiliLoxlngton, ecl by washing with dilute muriatic j the cord for tho larges't number of stills ty has been released for the benefit argument and movement Uo ttdd'. In building. It can bo preventgrowth and gofms of futuro wars. The man who mortar at tho destroyed In ono day since the reor- of mankind and for tho ed by adding oil to the really wants war doesn't usually ad ganization of tho Federal prohibition development of humanity. Tato of ono gallon to a barrol of llmo. Kentucky, goes to former Whothor thoso wars nnel' that ra- vocate It. Ho goes at It by advocat forces in Linseed oil will do. If cement Is us-e- Chief Agent U. O. McFnrland of Glas- pine were necessary or not is no long- ing "preparedness." If you really an extra gallon of oil must bo add- gow, and four other agents working er the question. If they over were want to work for war that Is by far ed. necessnry thoy havo ceased to be tho most efficient way to do It. On In the Western Division. j 0 conper stills with com so, The earth has been redistribut- the othor hand, the best way to fight Six largo In cleaning blankets put two largo plete outfits were bagged within 12 ed by force again and again so that against war Is to tight against the tnblespoonsful fo boraz nnd one tylnt hours one day during tho last week. far moro harm than good' results preparation for war. The baby Hon of soft soap In a tub of cold water. Louis Sproul and Albert and Ma- from every now attempt 6f this kind. is easily managed; but as he grows When dissolved, put in a pair ot rlon Scnggs were arrested, As a general rule the most highly de- he Increases not only in power but In blankets nnd let thorn remain over' veloped people now havo the best evil disposition. The officers made a thirty-six-minight. Next day rub and drain Nations have made a great mistake parts of the earth. The attempt ot circuit ot Green and Larue thoroughly In them out, and rinse one strong nation to extend Itself at in preparing so much for war.Of up two clean waters before hanging ! 7JSE FLIVVER TO COURSE BIG GAME W'VftVtit 4..t444 n,r s, are prepared to furnish you most anything yoju may desire in the way of Paper arid Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ca-pe- ts blank: deeds, mortgages, &c, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE .try an "ad" in THE If You Children Cry QA3TOR1 HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. A ls artford Printing Company INCORPORATED d "?'" HARTFORD, KENTUCKY & 4 half-doze- ' ? I . "" irau , ( ,- -i. e, Davy-Crocke- minded eo , self-defen- se ro-o- d, le course, It Is unsafe not tp prepare Doctor to patient Does that monwhile the others are doing lt It key blood transfusion make you any Is unsafe for all the others If only livelier? one goes on with preparations. The Patient Yes, but every time ray only way to disarm, and thus remove hand Itches I have to scratch my foot the threat of war and save billions to get relief. to the taxpayers of tho world, Is by mutual agreement. And that, move 19 now receiving the strongest efforts possible by some ot the leading Ohio County minds in tho world at the Washington conference. But what we need la the will for CIRCUIT COURT peace. Meets first Monday In March, May Here every citizen has Individual and July; third Monday In September work to do. Who ha not thrilled and fourth Monday In November: with pride at seeing a greaf warship Judge George S. VHIson, Owsnsboro. steaming by with Its basket towers, Com'th. Attorney Glover" H. Caryr guns bristling and the stars and Great Calhoun. stripes streaming at the top? But Clerk Frank Black. that ship costs us from 20 to 40 mll- - Master Commissioner B. H. Ellis. Hon dollars and It takeo about $50,- - Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. 000 a day out ot our treasury to COUNT!' COURT loaf proudly from one pprt to anoth- Convene first Monday In each. er. And' what Is It for? Simply to month destroy human lives and property. It jdK0R. R. Wedding. muuu uuu uiuiiuuweu ior nowinm County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. else. So the thoughtful citizen may Clerk Guy Ranney. well take less pride In seeing one Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: monsters, even though It does Mack Cook, Iris Render, George fly our flag. Its only claim to oun P. Jones. affection Is that It stands in our de- Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. tense, but It wo can remove the need ' Jailer Nat Hudson. of defense how gladly we should seo QUARTERLY COURT every death-dealin- g vessel that rides Convenes first Monday In each month. the waves sunk to the bottom of tho FISCAL COURT ocean. Convenes Tuesday after first MonThe world is stunned and giddy to- - day in January; first Tuesday In dw from the loss ot blood'. It has April nnd Octobor, R. R. Wedding st suffered Its most violent atack County Judge, presiding. ot its greatest piague war. uut mere 1st District J. P McCoy, Hartford. Is hope now that It mny bo perma2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-tow- n, nently cured; thnt wo may finally realize that divine blessing of "Peace ifrel District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. on earth, good-wi- ll toward men." 1th District J. R. Murphy, Fords- Pathfinder. vllle. '5th District Sam II. Holbrook, HartPleurisy pains are located Just beford, R. F. D. No. 4. low the short ribs. Lumbago affects 0th District Mack Martin, Narrows, the same region but toward the back. R. F. D .No. 2. Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the reme- 7th District J. Wnlter Taylor, Heady In either case. If rubbed In thorver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. oughly It eases pain, relaxes the musHOARD OI' KDUCATION cles and tho patient can "move about Convenes First Monday In every 30c, comfortably. freely and Price month. Mrs. I S. Mason, S. S. O. C, fiOc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by and Secretary-Treasure- r. m R. A. Ohio County Drug Co. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, R. F. D. No. C. Mistress Mary, how Is It tho.t the W. R. Carson; VIco Chairman, Harteggs for breakfast aro sometimes boilford, R. F. D. No. 3. ed soft and sometimes quite hard? Nat Llndloy, Contertown, R. F. D. I. Mary Well, mum, I'm sure I don't Otis Stevons, Deavor Dam. know. I puts them In regular as the Claud Renfrow, Dundee. clock strikes eight, and I takes them OTIIKU OFFICERS out without fall when I henrs the Tn.v Commissioner R. F. Keownv down train go by. London Punch. Fordsvlllo. " : Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo "Have you any nice light bread? Representative Ira Jones, Whltu Run. asked a prospective customer in a HARTFORD bake shop. t "Ves'm", replied the new boy, "we Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. have some nice pound loves that Mayor W. C. Dlanknshlp. weigh only 10 ounces." Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. DIRECTORY lo . n MMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMawwWMM"MMMMMMMMM-MMiMwMMMMMMM""- " hm 1 K A BB K fgjffj BEGINNING aturday, January 1 4th, 1 922 ENDING SATURDAY, JANUARY 28. We have an unusual stock of goods on hand that we are going to offer to you at a big reduction, just at the time of year I Our stock consists of Men's and Boys' Clothing, Ladies' Dry Goods and Notions, Millinery, Ladies' and Men's Shoes and a big line of Furniture. We have gone through our stock and gathered all odds and ends together, and these will be disposed of at special prices. Below you will find a few of the articles listed, but owing to space we will not be able to list many, but all goods in this store that are not listed will be subject to 10 per cent discount to the dollar. This Sale is for Cash or Produce Only. We will give you special prices on Groceries, something everybody has to have. that you will be in need of such merchandise. Ready-to-Wea- r, Men's and Boys' Clothing Big Selection $50.00 Suits, Sale Price $45.00 Suits, Sale Price $35.00 Suits, Sale Price $30.00 Suits, Sale Price $25.00 Suits, Sale Price 20.00 Suits, Sale Price $16.50 Suits, Sale Price $12.50 Suits, Sale Price $8.00 Suits, Sale Price $40.00 37.00 28.00 24.00 20.00 16.00 13.00 10.00 6.50 Men's and Boy's Shoes $10.00 Shoes, Sale Price $8.50 Shoes, Sale Price $7.50 Shoes, Sale Price $7.00 Shoes, Sale Price 5.00 Shoes, Sale Price $4.50 Shoes, Sale Price $4.00 Shoes, Sale Price $3.5 OShoes, Sale Price $2.75 Shoes, Sale Price $9.00 7.75 6.75 6.25 4.50 4.00 3.60 3.15 2.50 $65.00 $50.00 $45.00 $35.00 $30.00 Ladies' Coat Suits All New Suits Coat Suits, Sale Price. . .$48.00 Coat Suits, Sale Price . . 37.50 Coat Suits, Sale Price . . . 33.00 Coat Suits, Sale Price . . .25.00 Coat Suits, Sale Price . . . 22.50 $25.00 Coat Suits, Sale Price . . . 18.75 $12.50 Beds, Sale Price $10.00 Beds, Sale Price $8.00 Beds, Sale Price $55.00 Davenettes, Sale Price $50.00 Davenettes, Sale Price . .. . . 10.00 8.00 6.50 44.00 40.00 Groceries Where Can You Beat It? Sugar, per 100 lbs. . .' Lard, the best, 50 lb. can Navy Beansr per lb vjorn, dgsc Cora, good $5.75 6.75 : Ladies' Dresses $35.00 Dress, Sale Price $30.00 Dress, Sale Price $25.00 Dress, Sale Price $20.00 Dress, Sale Price $25.00 22.50 18.75 '.,. . Overcoats $28.00 20.00 12.00 $35.00 Coats, Sale Price $25.00 Coats, Sale Price $15.00 Coats, Sale Price $10.00 Pants, Sale Price $8.00 Pants, Sale Price $7.50 Pants, Sale Price $50 Pants, Sale Price $6.00 Pants, Sale Price $5.00 Pants, Sale Price $4.00 Pants, Sale Price $3.50 Pants, Sale Price $3.00 Pants, Sale Price $2.50 Pants, Sale Price Ladies' and Children's Shoes $11.50 Shoes, Sale Price $10.00 Shoes, Sale Price $9.00 Shoes, Sale Price $8.50 Shoes, Sale Price $8.00 Shoes, Sale Price $7.50 Shoes, Sale Price $7.00 $6.50 $6.00 $5.00 $4.50 Shoes, Sale Price Shoes, Sale Price Shoes, Sale Price Shoes, Sale Price Shoes, Sale Price $4.00 Shoes, Sale Price $3.50 Shoes, Sale Price $3.00 Shoes, Sale Price $2.50 Shoes, Sale Price $2.00 Shoes,Sale Price $1.50 Shoes, Sale Price $10.25 9.00 "8.00 06 ; .....i.... ,..'.-.-- . .15 .10 10 1500 Men's Shirts $7.50 $6.50 $5.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 Men's and Boys' Odd Pants $8.00 6.50 6.00 5.00 4.75 4.00 3.20 2.75 2.50 2.00 .... . .- . , Special Hope Bleach Hoosier Sheeting .' 17c 12c He LL Domestic 15c Good Quality Bleach We have one Bargain counter, consisting of Ladies' Skirts, Sweaters and Shoes, at special prices. Lien's Hats and Caps, 20 per cent off. 7.65 7.20 6.75 6.30 5.85 5.40 4.50 4.05 3.60 3.15 2.70 2.25 1.80 1.35 Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price Shirts, Sale Price $6.00 5.20 4.00 2.80 2.40 2.00 1.60 1.20 80 Salmon Best Peaberry Coffee, per lb Can Peaches, heavy syrup Evaporated Peaches, per lb Oats Post Toasties, 2 .for Cora Flakes, 2 for Syrup, White, per gal .- 25 30 15 .10 25 25 65 60 06 08 .18 .40 30 30 20 40 OS Syrup, Red, 'per gal P. & G. Soap, per cake All 10c Soap per cake , Furniture $50.00 Dresser Robes, Sale Price $40.00 $40.00 Dresser Robes, Sale Price 32.00 $25.00 Dressers, Sale Price . . : . 20.00 13.00 $16.50 Rockers, Sale Price 8.00 $10.00 Rockers, Sale Price 6.00 $7.50 Rockers, Sale Price 25.00 $35.00 Beds, Sale Price 20.00 $25.00 Beds, Sale Price Millinery Department We have a complete line of Millinery that we are going to close out at half price, 50c to the Dollar. Tomatoes, per can Apricots, heavy syrup Cherries, pitted Gooseberries, per can Sweet Pickles, bottlo Sweet Pickles, quart jar Bulk Sugar Bulk Lard This Stock is going to Move. that you get your part of it. - 16 See Come early, that you may supply your wants before the stock is broken. COOPER BROTHERS Beaver Dam, Ky. AK 'K,