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XXXIV MINERS WILL FIGHT Subscription $1.50 per Yeafe NUMBER 3Q- FRIDAY. JANUARY 20, '1922. - Lsonght to have the measure include a the mine SIDE LIGHTS ON THE FARMERS TO.BE provision fixing a maximum redis- HIGH SCHOOL workers responsible for (he' price of . count rate of five per cent on all coal and the mlno worker is not re FARMERS' CONFERENCE ON RESERVE BOARD transactions. His motion was deTO KEEP WAGES UP sponsible for the price that the BEATCENTRAL CITf The mlno Agriculturists' I 'r obi emu To He Solvpublic pays, for coal. feated by a vivo voce- vote, as was a ed At Capital; Wallace proposition by Senator Kenneth workers In both the bituminous .and Enlisting Aid, Democrat, anthracite fields receives but a relato Senate Passes Bill Enlarge have defined notes, ot Tennessee, ot Local. Boys, Fall Victims Te drafts and bills Xewis Tells , Miners' Meet- tively small portion of what the factors' making advances exclusively Fast Quintette In The public Is forced to pay." Washington, Jan. 19. ''We aro . inf Board From Five ing To Prepare F!pr to farmers on products In their raw The mlno worker,, be said, should .drawing upon everybody who can Mid-Wa-y To Six. Place. '"' Conflict. , state. This class, of paper"prev!ous-l- y not bo persuaded to accept any wage contribute to the general solution of to enable tho consumer to the farming problem," says Secreta has been bold Ineligible for reduction got relief from the excessive charges ry of Agriculture Wallace, discussing by resorvo banks t through On last Friday evening the BbysT Washington, Jan. 17. The first an opinion of the reserve board's and Olrls' Basket Ball teams of which are made by tho railroads and tho representatives of various1 lines the step to bring about farmer represenShamokln,' Pn., Jan. 17. John L. the middlemen. local High School Journeyed to Cenof activity Invited to partlclpatp In tation on the Federal Reserve" Board counsel. Lewis, International president at the mm tral City, where they played a the National Agricultural Conference was taken by the. Senate late today united Mlno Workers, today told A REVIVAL AT THE MRS. 8 ALIA' ANN BELL to bo opened by President Harding In the passage ot the Kellogg-SrultWhllo eabh team made the. Wage Coriven'tho Anthracite Miners' METHODIST CIIUHCH ln;Vashlngton January 23, "becausg samo namber of points, the. gtrls compromise bill increasing tho tlon that there must be no backward Mrs. Sallle Ann Bell, aged 88 wcre more fortunate In holding down It Is tho biggest problem we have." board's appointive membership from step Iri thefr nttltudo toward tho deThere will bo a series of rovlval Bankers, packers, railroad execu- flvo'to six nnd providing that the ag- years, 6 months and 17 days, died at the score ot their' opponents". Ther mand of coal companies to roduce services hold nt tho Methodist church, manu"" wages. ricultural Interests shall have a the home of her son, Ernie Bell, with score In the girls game being 11 to Delivering what tho dole- -' In Hartford, beginning on Monday tives, automobile and tractor whom she resided, Tuesday after- 0 in favor of Hartford and In the facturers, highway engineers, and ex- spokesman among them. .gates In tho convention regnrded as. night, tho 30th of January. Don't noon, of cancer, and other ailments boys' gamo It waa" 22 to 11 wIth.Cen-- ' perts In many other lines have been The vote by which, tho bill passed n keynote speech for the organized forgot tho date Monday nTght after to come as delegates, and was 63 to 9. Seven ot those who op- due to her advanced age, Mrs. Bell tral City on tho winning end. -- , y miners of tho countryjMr, Lewis tho 5th Sunday in this month. Dro. asked Both games, while hotly contested, havo accepted. The general feeling posed the proposition, were Republi- was the widow of the late John D. declared: Turner, pastor of the church atjCal-hou- ot legislators at the Capital Is that Bell, who preceded her In death sev- wero fast and played !n true sportsmacans and two Democrats. "When I Bay we will take no Ky., will do the preaching. good must cqmo of so stylo. eral years. She was a uiembor of n-like Btey I say It with an ap- This is our first revival effort in the much 'that is backward Limit to Building Cost. the Walton's Creek Baptist church. The line-uGirls' game: Hartcatholic a council as will sit upon preciation of what that policy means Hartford church for two years, and By the hill, which constitutes an many problems confronting the Funeral services were conducted ford Helen Barnett and Bessie, If It requires an Industrial con' I am suro we all can got great, good the and the nation. Many amendmen.t, to the Federal reserve from the home by"the Rev. John Clark, forwards; Myrtle Carter, Cenfllct to avoid taking n backward step out of the meeting by putting much farmor, and thus go. so far as to believe that the con act, the limit ul designation ot the Bennett and the remains laid to rest ter; Geneva Howard and Annabel. then the Industrial conflict Into U. Everybody in town is cor- ference will form and promulgate a present law Is wiped out, and Instead Hn the West Point cemetery, Wed King, guards. Control City Sabr- . dially invited to attend all services. definite natlonnl policy which will in of tho specific provision for the nam nesday afternoon. berg and Blacklock, forwards; Mnfr Mr, Lewis U presiding 'at the Hard The following will be the arrangeThe deceased lady la survived by center; Morgan nnd Pollock, guards. largo measure decide whether In the ing of jwo bankers to the board tho. Coal Miners' Convention, which will ment for some services preparatory Boys, Hartford Crowe nnd Shults, future the United States Is to bo well statute, if agreed to by the House, three sons, Worth and Ernfo Bell formulate wage and other demands to the meeting: will direct the President In making who reside near Matanzas and John forwards;' Bartlett, center; Bennetts balancd between farming and to be presented fo the coal opera- - 1, On the two Wednesday evenor whether appointments to the board, fo have Bell of Hartford. production with nnd Likens, guards, Balrdr tors before March 31, when the pres- ings between now and the date for this nation "will to a large extent for- "due regard to a, fair representation sub. Wage agreeent contract expires. Industhe meeting thoro will be held in the go Into the factory, of tho. financial, agricultural, Central City Eads and Frost, tor- HARTFORD COUNCIL ments in the soft coal fields expire church devotional meetings In which, sake the land to depending upon tenant farming and trial and' commercial Interests and COMPLETES ORGANIZATION wnrds; Sharpt center; Wallace andt nt tho same time for the first time the rovival will bo tho main subject. geographical divisions of the counGreen, guards. Imports for sustenance. In many .years. also provides .2. At 7 P. M. on the evening ot The local teams were accompanied, A new note In the general thought try." The .measure The local City Council, after Predictions, havo been made by tho fourth Sunday In this month that hbreafter no Federal reserve soundInvestigation and some de- by MISs Florence Nelson, member or thnt Instead. of thore will bo held in the basonjent of aid for the fanner has been Illinois bank may enter Into a contract for hard coalmlners High School Faculty, and coach.-olay, due thereto, finally decided Jn a agreeing to a wage reduction the nn- - of the church a men's dovotlonal ed by former Governor of banking homes If their cost Is to exthe girls' team and Profs. O. L. men will demand Increases, meeting conducted by W. H.. Barnes. Frank O. Lowdcn, who believes that ceed $250,000 unless the consent of session held Monday night, to employ thraclto tho greatest singlo facto which will a Marshal for the ensuing year who Shultz and W. P,Rhoads, also among other things. And on tho same dnte and at the High School, and Miss Mildred, to farming prosperity Is Congress, Is first given. would agree and contract to furnish After the convention adjourned same hour thoro will be held In tho contribute There were many attempts to a team, wagon, plow, scraper, &c, Stevenson and Mr. Harr'y, May. the' provision of sufficient warehousuntil tomorrow, a representative of main auditorium of tho church a to make a change the compromise, but all save for streef work and to perform a cerAfter the games the Hertford' vis- -. tho general committee of anthracite women's meeting conducted by Mrs. es to enable the farmer fat year provide for the, lean ones, the amendment restricting construc tain' number of hours each day when ltors repalred'Uo' the home ot TWri operators gave out a statement that D. B. Mclntler. stabilize prices by holding t,oq plenti- tion, b- Senator William J. Harris, practicable to work, for ,n certain, and Mrs. Fred Wallace, where they- "full time operations of tho anthra-- i 3. On. the fifth Sunday evening ful crops against Uie ,day of sparse Democrat of Georgia, were killed. definite sum. D. - Bennett was em- were royally entertained By the two cite mines on the scale heretofore at 7 P. M., there will be a mass meetpreventing any such dis- The agreement on the 'compromise, ployed and contracted with, for the teams, teachers and others of I maintained will not bo possible in the ing of nil who will attend in the crops, nnd. City." astrous economic catastrophes as which bor.e the approval not only ot sum of $90.00 per month. By the coming year without adjustments main auditorium conducted by the havo been Been In the prosperity all the agricultural, bloc leaders In of a Marshal who has a wlJich will permit reducing the price pastor. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. ,' which came to cotton raisers as a the Senate.but that.ot President War team.it was thought that considerato the consumer;'1" 4. The hours .for the regular ser- result ot destruction ot ren G. 'Harding as well, held fast ble work could be done for the Says 200,000 Miners Idle. Best butcher stock as well as med vices of the meeting will be decided cotton,, and the need for corn farm- throughout. amount of money expended, as It will Word From Harding. "Tho conclusion Js, unavoidable," when Bro. Turner arrives and 'an- ers to burn their grain as fuel. only the team to be paid for, ium kinds were slightly off. Cow leave .Senator Ellison D. Smith, Demo- as the Marshal is to drive said team trade was weak and lower prlcesHot the sctatement said, "that full time nounced at tbe first service. prevent your for- LADY MACCABEES Carolina, who first of- 8 mafntalned production can not bo crat of South Now, reader, to hours per day, and ot 'course he ed. Good- call continues for the unless wages are reduced." stockers and feeders at steady getting tho above arrangements Just INSTALL OFFICERS fered the specific provision as to far- being employed by the town", does V his pot Undertone-slomer representation, withdrew rates; others slow sale. After stating that there are more cut this out and pin It on the wall to be paid an extra sum. have than two hundred thousand .men in where you can refer to It any time. in heavy steer.dlvlslon, with by the amendment and, called upon his DemAt the regular session held Miss, Margaret Marks was elected. Milch cow trade steady. the bituminous mining industry who .We are going to expect you. Lady Maccabees, at Lodge Hall, ocratic collegues to support the sub- City Treasurer and W. C Blanken-shlT". T. FRAZIER, Pastor. I are entirely deprived of the oppor Thursday, Jan 12th, the following stitute, which, he declared to be, adeMayor, was. delegated to have Fairly good clearance noted. tunity of employment, and that the Quotations: PrlmeRte8ra6.50iir ' officers were Installed for tho ensuing quate and to meet all demands. general supervision over street re great majority qt tho remainder in I ROCKPORT COAL COMPANY While the Senate was moving slow- pairs in connection with the Mar- 6.75; heavy shipping steers $5.75 year; SUFFERS I.OSS BY FIRE 6.50; medium ?5.255.75; fat heifthe bituminous Industry are working iMlss "Sue Yelser, Comf; Mrs. Geor- ly toward passage ot the measure, shal. broken time,, Mr. Lewis Saldino talk gia Casebler, ,Lt. Com.; Mrss Inez word was received by Senators that The Council will continue to meet ers $5 6.50; fat cows $5 5.50 r Mr.Hnrdlng would observe the intent and havo headquarters in' the rooms, medluni to good $3. 50 5 ; cutters' of reducing the wages of men In the The engine arid, boiler rooms of Crabtree, Past Com. ' Mrs. "Mary Coal Company, industry who are "now enduring the the Rockport Fulker- - Of the legislation and would name oyer the Bank oft Hartford, these $2.50 3.50 ;canners $1.502; bulls"' R. K.; Mrs. "Flaudle .'privations of poverty and destitution He had pre rooms" will also continue to be wore destroyed by fire 8on, Collector; Mrs. Ess'e Davidson, tho farmer member the ?3,505; feeders $50)6; stockers. Is Idle. Sunday mornlng about 3 o'clock. The Chaplain; Mrs. Ollle Barnett, Lady viously indicated disapproval ot the office and headquarters for cows tha City 43,505.75; milchsteady.. ?2070. Best veals "The minds of the business men boiler was considerably damaged and of. A.; Mrs. Calves Market "" Sgtv; Mrs. original proposal and the compro Judge. $9.50 down,; medium $4.lO0.58-and statesmen of America," Presi- almost entirely covered by bricks and Frankle Tate, Sent.,; Mrs- - Latira mlse measure resulted. -" Practically all ot the Ford,. Picket: ; and Mrs. Laura Carcommon $23.50. dent Lewis continued, "must, devise other debris. Prior to tho vote, there were sev WESTERFIELD TAYLOR. The son, Musician, "Hogs Trade brisk and prices some other methods of correcting the othor machinery was ruined. eral hours ot heated debate, in which mostly 50c higher; extreme, heavy oTlls. in tho bituminous Industry. loss which Is quite heavy, was only Mrs. Ollle Barnett and Mrs. A. K. Senator Carter Glass, Democrat, ot We Anderson entertalned-lnlionoMr, Protus Taylor and Miss Addle hogs, alone holding steady. ' Beef "Anthracite miners have been, to partly covered by Insurance. of the Virginia, former Secretary ot the some degree, more fortunate than were not, apprised as to the origin retiring- and new officers. Altogeth- Treasury and one of the authors of Westerfleld', of the, Taffy neighbor- hogs, 250 pounds down, $8.50; 250 . ' er it. waa an lnterestlng'and enjoya, the Reserve Act, defended the system hood, were married at the Court pounds up $8; throwoiits $6.50r ' their bituminous brothers, , In that of the. Are. " '' . they have had a greater opportunity " ; and the board arid criticised Senator House, Hartford, Tuesday, the. 17. stags $5.50 down. ble meeting..f Sheep and Lambs Trade general J.Thomas Heflln of Alabama, also a Judge R. Rv Wedding said the words LINCOLN PROTECTIVE for employment. Democrat, for . tho latter's frequent tnat made tne two hearts neat as ly steady. Best lambs $910 sec- CLUB BANQUET FEB, 11 LOCAI MASONS HOLD, "Nevertheless the schedules they one. Mr, Taylor Is' tho son of "Mr, onds $67. Best fat sheep $3 down.are paid are less, and they aro com- SESSION attacks on the board. INTERESTING - jWled to perform a vastly greater ' Heflln Sharply Critical. and Mrs. Allle Taylor, and Is an in bucks $2 do.wn. The eighth n'nnual banquet of the, -' will be hold amount of work for the same ratio ot Lincoln Protective-CluProduce. i Hartford Lodge N.o; 675, F & A. , Senator George P. McLean, Repub- dustrious and prosperous""young farm- compensation. The acuto 'indu'artlal at the Seelbach Hotel, Loulsvlllo,- M., held a largely, attended, session lican, of Connecticutchairman of, the en While his bride is the daughter Buying prices, net to shipper, the and financial depression has. not af- Saturday evening, Feb, Uth, at 6:30 Monday night, when Master Mason's Senate Banking and Currency Com. of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Westerfleld, shipper paying freight and drayaga', fected the anthracite region to .such degree was conferred upon David Or mlttee, which was overridden by the bright and well liked by all her charges are: ;, a degree as the bituminous regions, Eggs Candled 27c dozen. In addition to an8ntertalnlng pro Miller, of Central City. Mr. Miller acceptance of, tho substitute bill, also friends and associates. Mr. and Airs. Taylor will reside opportunity . for steadier gram' of music, a number of fine was born and reared in Hartford defended the board, but assailed exPoultry Hens, large 20c lb.-- :' 'work," Mr. Lewis sold "should not speeches, including one. by a .speaks and by proper arrangements with the. tensively those who, he said, were go- at Taffy, where Mr. Taylor recently. small 17c. lb.; large spring chlckena-15mitigate against the anthracite mine er of National reputation Is being ar Masonic lodge" of Centrajj-Cltlb,; small spripgera 20c ft.;, was ing ahead 'deliberately to "foof the purchased a homq. The writer wlshos for them a hap- - roosters iOc 'lb. their ranged for. ducks 20c lb.: workers Booking to improve permitted to become a member of. farmer." He' declared that the solu Admission to tho banquet will be the lodge ot his. old homo, ot which tion ot the.present economic situation py and prosperous future, as- they young turkeys, No.. 1, lb. 35c; geese-condition." journey along, life's pathway togeth- 15c lb,; guineas, old, $3 dozen; "Ono thing' must be sure, not only by ticket, the price ot which will be his deceased father was. an honored lay not In "class legislation," but return ol the people to wprklng and er. In the ' bituminous coal fields or $2.50. Only a limited number- can member. f young $6. m Country Butter Pound 15c.; America, but in the anthracite coal be admitted and thosa who desire, to' "Several of the" brethren of Cen- saving. t n, a board which Mr. SAMUEL A. REYNOLDS. Grnln, fields as weH in this day there must make reservations should do so at tral City came up Jo bepresent and Current approximate buyingiprlceaii be no backword stop by tho mine nee, sending check to Lilburn Phelps In a very- capable, manner assisted would permit .rders to go1 out for the Building? in the work of, tho evening. aged 62 carload lots quoted by mills. .'((.- - ? Quite" construction of. a bank building like . Samuel- A. Reynolds, workers of this country, It makes no Secretary, 305 Republic to the organized mine Louisville, Ky: Wheat New, No! 2 red $1.23.' difference a number of other visitors were also that proposed;'for the. New York Fed- years, died at his home'ln'McHenry, ' eral Reserve Bank, which Is to cost Sunday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock, ot Wagon wheat $1.18. thnt wage reductions have upon thisoccaslon, ' workers present i'.. TIE-Ufollowing nrlcea are Quoted" was "covered nil pneumonia after an illness of 'only -around $20,000000, The . taken place In other Industries and I. O. HAS TRAFFIC j He six days, He Is survived by his wid- In car lots In bulk, track, Louisville: pver with suspicion of graft." DUE TO FREIGHT WRECK SUCCESSFUL SCHOOL CLOSES. U makes no difference; tO tho organdeclared the American people were ow and, seven children) four sons, ized ml"8 workers, that the men emno humor to fool with those fel- and three daughters, Mrs. J. A. Blane; yellow" 55c; No. 2 mixed 54:c.' Wednesday of this week marked Eleven cars loaded with coal wore sections' of ployed In, tho Oats No. 2 white 40c;'No. this country In the coal industry doralled and wrecked In the South- the olosoj a most successful school lows" making, up the Reserve Board, Hnrrlsburg, 111., Mrs. Foster Smith, ' be a great and. Mrs, Calvin Craddock, ot . 38,c. ' Thave accepted wage reductions, wq ard cut, on the I, C, Railroad, near at Noereek, 'trfught, by. Capt. C. B. adding that it would o Reynolds, West our stand- -' Slmrapns, Monday nlgfil, at near 8 Shown.; .The pup'll. entertained by blessing It they would "get out so 011e J. have, do not propose-t' ards of living gauged, by the stand- o'clock. None, of. the train crew ri.dering",a. nice 'program consisting ,we could jmt others .In who are not Frankfbrt, 111,; Walter S. and Wil- GEN. ALLEN DECORATED BY THE KING vF TSAMX liam Reynolds, McHenry and John ards of livng which 'obtains among sustained- - Injuries ot a serious na- o songs',- reoItatfKf &c. The P. T. dominated by Wall Street." Other Motions Defeated. A, supplied, .a' bouRtlful noonday II. Reynolds, well known in mining " benighted, unfortunate people; ture. 'these Opponents .of. the measure.- headed circles In Western Kentucky, two sisRome, Jan. 18, King Victor EmIt required near 18 hours to clear lunch for, "everybody present; "We dp not expset to foUcwthe oh traffic. This 'i" Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason by Senator McLean made an atttempt ters! Mrs, Thomas Alexander, Herrln, manuel today conferred the Grand mine workers down the Jad-td- and repair the' traok-founion of wage reductions to (he morass same out has betn the scene ot like was present, tt belng'tha nrst school to. stave off Its vpassage just, before III., and Mrs. Bllzabetn. Larmoutb, Cross and Cordon pf'the Crown or years ago a visited by her slues her Induction in- the flnalyote by moving to send, it Madlsonyllle. He Is also, an uncle of Italy upon Maj. dea. Henry T? Allen, tjf poverty and degradation,, which' accidents; Several wreck occurred at tnte point,"' due to to ofttee. Sria'deJivered an address back to the committee, but, this was Albert Larmoutb, city editor of the commander of, the American force--"prevails below. a collision, caused the death ot sev which was very Instructive.' County defeated;; B2 to 17. Madtsonvtlle Hustler. Funeral ser- In Germany. .. , ,. "We see thruout the country X; General Allan Game here with a. da Senator Harris, In ddl,t'on to the vices, were conducted at the resion organizedpropaganda being eral person! and the deetruotjon of Agent B. B. Mclntler was also presana the 'reserve dence, by, Rev. Hurst Monday after tachment ot troops to, attend eompieie ue-u-p ent and addressed the school. In ad- amendment compelling m 'carried on, particularly, in the bit, of property of a system In hnnni tt Tts lu'a part the' " for ap- dition talks were Made by others banks to ask Congressional consent noon, and interment In the McHenry vura anuoipauug a regions, tumlnous ' -" unknown soldier. far flODstrukloa of banking houses, cemetery, within the district. wage reduction," said Mr. Lewis' proximately 2Q hours; redls-counti- ; double-head- er. h. n, -- p, : may-come- ." -- cm t of-th- e - S- . boll-wee- best-qualit- . few-offere- -- p, . -- . Hol-broo- k, -- Mollie-Hudso- r . 7 . r - - " r - ' . Z- - - i"'The o y, . -, la - Heflln-declare- d - . -- P 1 ,, non-unio- n "' ' -- - er j' -- ' - to--- - n to-ar- -- th-ll-, r ' - 'T .V' M V t ,, V W 4, according to an QTTC nouncehidht by T). V. Ternll. chair-jhill j I ftLL 0 I A I L limn of the committee In Charge of NOW IN jBPEIATIDll was UttlNET ANNOUNCED tho event. Thobyptfstponument sev. Taste 13 a matter of the fact that made necessary tobacco quality ' Of. tho U. S..Dnrau eral mombert S: could not appear on the program Jan Wc state it ai our honest Provisional Government EsiPostinasier General Has 24 and 25. belief that the tobaccos used lit Chesterfield ore of finer Plans for the meeting, which promtablished, 'Dc Valera Consent' of Harding quality (and hence of better ises to be one of thft most Important Ab'seht. Jn Leaving. recently held in tho. State, are extaitc) than in any other cigarette at the price. pected to go forward rapidly now, County according to tr. Terrell. LJggtlt tt Mjtn Tobacco Dublin, Jan. 14. The provision"WaHlflnston, Jan. 14. Intention road officials, road contractors and or Po.fm8tor General Hays to rttjro all persons In road construction and al governments tho frlsh Frco State "tjront ftlio cabinet In the near future upkeep will be given a special Invi- Is now a functioning body. .'to bijeomo the directing head of an tation to attend the meeting, Mr. Pinal forniaRtles of approving the treaty with England were carried -- sarsotlafion of motion picture produc--vr- a Terrell said.. out ldte this afternoon when, after .nnd distributors was announced n historic meeting in the Manst6n Vtotlay tit tho White House at tho Lamo back may coma from -- Jclaslojiflf a conference between Prescold settled In tho muscles 6f House of representatives of the who ident ainrdlng and the postmaster ho back, or from disease. Un tho two Southern Irish constituencies, ngeueral. former cases the right remedy Is formally ratified tho treaty, Eamon The Tresldent persdnnlly gave out I3ALRARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It J. Dugan took to Dublin Castle a Hhe following statement: Bhould be rubbed In thoroughly over copy of the treaty signed by the and I tho affected part, tho relief will bo members of the new government, as "Tire postmaster general "Tiavn'-heediscussing at considerable prompt and satisfactory. Price 30c, provided for In the terms of the "length tho proposal which has been GOc and $1.30. Sold by Ohio County peace pact. Fifty-fiv- e meinbors elected to sit m inado 'to him to become the head of Drug Company. in the House of Commons in South national association of motion ern Irela'nd attended tho morning plclaro producers and distributors. TIXIKST RADIO CATCHES 'If "flie arrangement proves to be, FROM AlYK meeting. No women representatives, MESSAGES nor any other adherents to Eamon wiBii the details are worked out, Wash., Jan. 14. C. H. de Valera, former Republican presiwhat It seems to bo I can not well Seattle, Jintwpose any objections to Mr. Hays Shlpton, not satisfied with being the dent, were present. Eirst on the list of eight men ap:rctlrlns from the cabinet to tako up lnvpntor of the smallest radio Instru"of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended so. work so Important. ment, vant8 now to make onethat peared as constituting the pro Lower Prices "It Is too great an opportunity for can be worn on the watchchaln as 'a visional government is tho name ot " 20 now 18c Michael Collins, and it is assumed ,ia1ielpful public service for hm to charm. 10 now 9c "nilnso. I shall be more than sorry working out another Idea too he will be .made the nominal head. He's "tai "have him retire from the cabinet, a wireless that will fit inside a As a matter of fact, however, the (Two 10's 18c) correspondent Is authoritatively in TfOiure ho already has made so fine fountain penholder. . si- - record, but we have 'agreed to Shlpton's smallest radio fits Into formed that Arthur GrliTIth, as TIooTc upon the situation from- - tho a box of copper an Inch and a half president ot the Dall Eireann and "ornailest viewpoint and seek the high-i- st long, of an Inch wide chairman ot the delegation that ne gotiated the treaty, will be looked to 'three-quartepublic good." of an Inch deep. and t during the time that they were test- HOW TO .MAKE BOILED STARCH also was hold on the The pocoii'iuraJ With this Instrument, he says, he ,as Its supremo authority. Sllrnt on Saint y. ed, 38 Kentucky dairy cows including THAT WON'T STICK TO IRONS charge. The hearing was enluencl has received messages from vessels sition of Mr. Griffith is one of pe- 14 Jerseys and 24 Holstelns owned air. Hays made this statement: by frequent clashes botw en couih difficulty. by 18 dairymen in 12 different coun"With the President's consent I far at sea, from Victoria, D. C, and culiar anu iiriusn vice consul Donald Mar Vulera'.s Position. In Dc Xmvo decided to undertake tho work even from Ketchikan, Alaska. ties won a place on the December Clothes are starched to stiffen The "Insides" of the Instrument As, president df the Dall that is, Honor Roll of the State, according them, lo givo them the gloss ot new Kan. who made an effort to cro ygiijssested by the motion-pictur- e inline each witness. .he occupies the to No co- are as delicately constructed as n tho Irish republic and distributors. an announcement by J. J. Hooper, material, and to make them 'keep In tho midst of a motion by ' ' ns ladies' wrist watclu It contains 400 same position as djd Mr de Valera, head of the dairy department of the clean longer. The following 4s n ntract lias been executed as jet. I am counsel to have tho charges ntr f-SO magnet and during the debates on the, treaty College ot assuming, of course, that a satisfa- turns of No. good general recipe for making. cook- Thunpsou nnd Graham dtiii-iAgriculture. ctory contract will be possible and wire, and there are 600 turns of No. In the- Dall Miss Mary MacSwiney Washington county had eight cows ed starch, recommended by tho Unit- Mr. Mncllao attempted to preM and Eraklne Childers demanded that on tho list, Oldham, Nelson, Mason ed States Department ot Agriculture: ene which will malce certain the car- 40 on the primary coll. gunient on n technical point and a Tho stopping condenser is somo- - he keep his two officers of Republi- and Boono four each, Shelby and Jef1 to 4 tablespoons starch, accordoling out of tho high purposes ordered to remain alloht thrititfiiuu vhat smaller than a postage stamp. It can president and head of the new ferson three ench and Fayette, Scatt ing to stiffness desired. "by this great Industry." the hearing. consists of two strips of tinfoil, half administration perfectly distinct, 1 cup Hi pint) cold water. and Campbell two each. Kenton and air. Hays in further discussing the At tito close of the hearing Mr MacSwiney, Mr. Childers and Miss an inch wide and ten Inches long, V& . Htroposltlon informally expressed teaspoon borax. Gallatin counties each had one cow Macltao mndo another effort to obi others of the Republican party also on tho list. drawn between rice paper. 'li teaspoon paraffin or white fat. tain the Moor and tho commissioner .that satisfactory arrange-- On. top are two contacts, a Crystal stressed tho necessity of keeping the 1 quart of boiling water. kwhUs could bo worked out with m; Instructed a deputy United Vat Republican Parliament under " Surgeons agree Make a paste of the starch and the otion picture Interests. He said that detector and a silver "cat wjilsker" Irish that In cases of the latter so small that it ought to the authority only "of the Dall Mits, burns, bruises and wounds, the cold water; add tho borax, the par- iunrsnai to remoro mm uniesi ! re soon as possible he would confer, 5is mained silent. EJreann. It Is regarded as significant, first be called a kitten whisker. prohaWy In New York, with treatment is most Important. affin or fat, and tho boiling water. m The binding posts, made from flash' therefore, that neither Mr. Griffith When an efficient antiseptic Is pp- - Boil the mixture stirring lt thoroughmotion picture Inof the light' rivets, nre so small that it was nor Richard Mulcahy, the Dall's new plied promptly, there Is no danger of ly, until It is clear, or for about 20 There It mora Catarrh in thli section dustry who have been negotiating for necessary of the country than alt other vl to file off the phone, tips minister of defence, has a nomlnaf Infection and the wound begins to minutes. "tils services. Removo any scum that put together, ana for yean it d'e upi ji place In the newadmlnistratlon. The heal at .once. For use on man or forms and are Inserted In them. tx Incurablo. Docton tnhcrlbel to 'Air. Hays refused to discuss the that strain the starch while nosed remedial, and by constantly falllmi local ; ministers appointed to administer the beast, Borozono is tho ideal antisep- hot. , salary which he would receive In his to euro Willi local treatment, pronounced Mrs. Scrapp I've talked and talk- provisional government include,wlth tic and healing agent. Buy it now It Incurable. Catarrh la a local disease! new position, but it has been report--?- d Tho borax may be omitted, but It greatly Influenced by constitutional cotil ed to you until I am 'worn to a fraz- two or three exceptions, all the mem- and be ready for an emergency. helps upwards of $150,000 a year. as whiten the clothes and lt, as dltloni and therefore requires constltul Republican Price 30c, 60c, bers of Mr. Griffith's .treatment. Jlnnmg men mentioned in capital zle. and $1.20. Sold by well as tho paraffin or tho fat, makes tlonal manufactured Hall T. Catarrh Jled by cine, J. Cheney In the Ohio County Drug Co. Scrapp Well, why not shut up for cabinet. There Is no room ' 7gbsslp in connection with the post-- , m the starch smoother In Ironing. Alum Co., Toledo. Ohio, la a constitutions! repairs? Boston Transcript. provisional government for the minremedy. Is taken Internally and muster generalship were William Is sometimes ndded (from 1 teaspoon thru the Blood on the Mucoui Surfaccl ister ot foreign affairs, George Gavan TOMATO JUICE NOW "HttycB Thompson, New York banker to 1 tablcspoou to 1 quart of water) of the Syitem. One Hundred Dollars rd are Duffy, because foreign affairs ward is RECOMMENDED FOR BABIES and is useful In making the starch Catarrh oliered for anytocase that mil sand Republican leader, and Charles cure. Send fJ Medicine falls scope. But Mr. Collins, outside its D. Hills, also of New York, former and testimonials. penetrate the fiber. It apparently circularsCHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Cos- F. J. Mr. Dugan1 and William T. One of the easiest ways to us sura thins the paste but does not decrease cha'trman of tho Republican -ooia aj isrurcisis, ,sc gave, as well as other departmental of getting sufficient amounts of liall'a Family Fills for constipation. ittee. Its stiffening: property. govern) heads In the Republican g C, the sub ""Nt'W likely To Run Again. C It Is impossible to give definite di"I see a Chicago professor has dl ment, will head the departments in stance, Is to eat tomatoes rather reg Friends of Senator New discount-- r rections tor amounts of cooked starch '(ho nrnvts1nn.il Administration. By JONATHAN BRACE ularly, perhaps every day, or to make. to be used, because all depends up- dared Bctelgeuse is not the greatel eA any possibility of his glylng up his star" remarked the man interest! William Derolsite (Lfam R,olsite), It a practice to put tomato juice In on XLIIL WYOMING Seat 'in tho Senate to enter the cabthe fabric and tho 'degreo of stiff- In astronomy. chairman of the meeting which rati- some of the dlshe3 that we are pre- ness IS to Wyinet, stating that having turned down desired. However, the ta56 GjSS IToming that fied the treaty, made It plain that paring for the family, says .the Unit- blespoons ot starch havoifbeen 4used "Hnh; I should say not. Whrl r? what was understood to have "been an have never seen liqr name on tl of Acrlcul- - to falls the lion- - I the assembly had no existance'as a ed Stntes Denartment "offer to become a member of Presl--'d-a- it of water, a cup of this screen," replied the movie fan parliament- - He pointed out that it ture or or oemg may bo diluted with abont 3 quarts Harding's official family at the the first state had never met before and would L Jn many home3 lt la a comparatlve-neve- r ' 'ontsct of the administration he would Accordingly, as , ,y asy mattcr t0 .can laMy Iarge of water for starching such articles to grnnt equal meet again. Mrs. Qroen Surely you are wrol as petticoats and gingham dresses. not likely accept a post at this time. p o lltlcal there will be . no future meeting to- i " t tomatoes. r anii to have Garments should be starched wrong n thinking the birds a nuisance. Tlj tm , Senator Now has announced he rights to which the minutes ot tno proceeu- - theso on hand for use when fresh todovour tho irfsocts,nnd caterpillars women. In fact when congress, Would be a candidate for side out and left so untlf (hoy nre ings could be submitted, the minutes matoes are unattainable or exepnslve. Mr. Gardner I'm glad you tl : jnd 3'rcsldent" Harding has been said In 1SG8, created the Territory of sprinkled. For whlto clothes the me. were prepared on the spot, read to The remarkable part about the toIt's a prpnt consolation to knl Wyoming fiom parts of Dakota, V to feel that his continued membestarch "should bo as hot as tho hands the meeting and adopted. Utah nnd Idaho, a constitution mato with relation to. this particular can stand, because lt penetrates bel- that thoy eat my fruit merely rship of the Senate was highly desirTo Suppress Dall. was adopted which gave women vltamlne is that it still seems to be ter, and thin enough not to leavo a dessert. able from an administration viewst the right to vote. The speech made by Mr. .Griffith efficient In preventing scurvy aftert glazed surface when Ironed. point. . the lt has been heated or dried, which Is There were rumors of early Do you know what tl Teacher at the meeting contemplated If many clothes nre to be starch'Representatives of motion picture Spanish explorations In Wyoming of tre Dall not true of all foods Which possess It Order of tho Bath Is? complete suppression reproducers and distributors have been but they seem unfounded by state In the raw state. This Is probably ed It Is wise to keep a part ot the Mickey Sure, ma'am. In -- fl upon the election of aree Taoffotlating for the services of the cooked starch hot and add lt to the fact. Probably tho first white parliament. t due to the fact that the tomato con- used starch as the latter becomes house it's Katy, then mo bruciM men to visit this part of the postmaster general for some tlmo and then me. Butler Collegian. The drafting of a constitution will tains such large amounts ot vltamlne country were Sleur do la Veren-dcztoo cool and thin. The garments aio understood to have outlined bo the most Important tusk ot the C that part of It survives the heating and his hons who passed that are to be stlffest should be tclearly to Mr Hays what they wish Constituprovisional government. through this region in 17411 In procjss. thorough starchec After Within a few MRS. RUTH WILLIAMSON Win to undertake. tional lawyers here and perhaps In search of locations for trading So valuable is the tomato as a 'days ho expects to confer agajn with called In to source ot this mysterious and impor- squeezing- and dipping tho surplus posts. In 1804 the Yellowstone England probably will be starch should be wrung out and the nhem. probably In New York, and was first visited by hunters, al- assist. Dublin Castle authorities say tant Ingredient of the diet, that phys- garments either rubbed or patted. something unforeseen devethough the fume' of Its scenic will be glad icians now rcaomnvend lt for babies tile British government Garments wrung very dry before lops it la 'expected thai a.(Contract will beauty wus not given much ere- to lend Its exports to help In framing fed on pasteurized milk, Just a3 they 3tarchlng will be stlffcr than wotter "few signed at the "meeting. donee until 1870 and It was set the instrument. The feeling in Dub- have foromo time prescribed orange ones. Stiff bosomed shirts should aside us a federal reserve In Tho date pf his retirement from Is highly optimistic and cheerful. Juice. lin ' ' 1672. not be starched too, far down nor the cabinet, Mr. Hays said, would This was evidenced today in tho attl- It tomato Juice Is to be given to a pleated bosoms too stiff, else Uioy will Tho first permnnent fort In depond largsly on tho wishes of his Itudo ot the auxiliaries, who drove child it should bo carefully strained ,nunch up ,u Wjomlng wus erected In 18114 ar look clum8yi nnd prospective employers. He declared, simrinir and waving. i,vii Tnn where the Lurumlu river flows in oruer 10 e....u..ul9 u.. bubu. uuu- uncomfortnbIe. , If ono s starch. would not give up his however, ho vPedestrIans generally half tablespoon of fresh tomato Juice fed Into the Platte. Later wheu tho fltlutrhaiB. (,own tho ,OWOf It fiovernnvsnt duties until the Presl- in.i t.r ii.mi nmiiaprnpnt. and or ono tablespoon of canned tomato ed t0Q faf stream of Immlginnts passed ,)& motateloa enougU tq rondcr ,t dent has had time to select his suc- thiough this region on their way any sign of resentment. Juice, dally, is a sate allowance I without pliable.. cessor. to the California gold fields a are now m The lorries the cadets A solution (of borax water (about string of forts wcro erected ' It was said at tho White Houso A using are the same as those In which v'io mo JJjspcpiic. 1 teaspooiror borax to 1 quart along the Orqgon Trail to proof "xhut nothing would bo dono toward wore conj their repressive operations Would you not like tp feel that tect the travelers from attacks, water) may be used tor stiffening selecting a new postmaster genoral lasi winter, and which used your stomach troubles are. over, that very ducted by the hostile Sioux Indians. thin fabrics, such as lacesvollos until Mr. Hays formally tendered his to bristle with revolvers, rifles and you can eat any kind of food that you Through Wyoming went not resignation. A Mother's Advice once uicauuv. crave? Consldor then the fact that organdies, and dimities, lt gives guns, inis machine only tho Oregon Trail, which o from all Chamberlain's, Tablets fiave cured body and crispness, similar to the Health is Vital to You, MothersI corps 13 being collected was opened up by Lieutenant TJie, liver loses Its activity at times Birmingham, Ala." After becon Into Beggar's others why not you. There are many original dressing. Fremont and his guide, Kit Car-soi parts of tho country mmhI needs help. Herblne is an a momcr iny Health gavo way. (he Suit In lint also barracks, which for tho' next who have been restored to health by I Bush ferod unvprnlv vviMi n nnin low d ' liver stimulant. It ulso 'MESSAGE OF PEACE" LaLo Trull. Along theso routes ' week will servo as a clearing depot, taking these tablets and can now eat . CAUSES COURT ROW In my right side. My sister-i- n ca ' rflustlie bowels, strengthens digestion many truclcrs crossed Wyo- ! to Eng any kind ot food (bat thoy crave.' m nayuiR been cured ot a uau from which thoy will ba sent : rndTertorcs ming, but few stopped and d strength, vigor and feminine trouble by taking Dr. Pier land. there us tho country was Bplrlts. Price 60c. Sold by eheurrul Wilmington, N. C, Jan. 14. A. K, Favorite Prescription, advised nu A young lady was Critically exam. et tho most arid of all our states. tako m lOh!o".County Drug Co. ining n palr.ot shoe? which tho clerk Colman, owner and BonJamln Thomp- ing it, which I did. I nm now i on my third bottle and the The discovery of gold in 1607 1 had Jiipt fitted on. She carefully son, master of the British schooner lias all left me. Mv husunnu .eaf led to. tho founding of South r.STATH ROAD MEET PATHS FOR FLETCHER'S scrutinized first ono foot, then tho Message ot Peace, liquor-lade- n ship me the other day, That Favorite Puss City nnd In the sanu? year " CHANGED TO JAN. Ul, FEB. 1 other. Finally, she said slowly: held here, were bo'und over to the Bcriptlon must be a wonderful" Cheyenne wus" laid out by tho compb1 Don't you think ono ot my feet is May term of Federal Court today on cine. I don't hn.ir .vnti Willi.'."'! Union Pacific Railroad company. , nnv more.' Mrs. ltuth Lexington, Ky..Jan. 16. Tho Kon- Wyoming beenmo tho forty-fourt- h charges of violating tho Federal pro- 4010 First Avenue. larger than the other?" JS RECORD COWS PLACED nucky conferenco for the study of stuto of tho Union In 181)0 "No, indeed, madam!" replied the hibition law and conspiracy to violate You should obtain this fa"' ON DECEMBER HONOR ROLL 'highway economics and transport and Is eighth In size with uu wouldbe diplomatic clerk. "Op the the laws ot the United States through Proscription now at your nearest d scheduled to be held at urea of 07,014 square miles. wtiinii wm store, in laoiets or uquiu, or wnm j Lexlugton, Ky Jan. 14. By pro- contrary, I think ono Is smaller" than tho Importation ot liquor. ( by llcCIure Newspaper Syndicate.) Pierce. President Invalids' Hotel the "University of Kentucky Jan. 21 i C. Graham, steward of tho ship, ' Buffalo, N. ot butterfat the other. umouat Y., for free medical adv - 4f ducing record ijand 25 has been postponed until Jan, .uiPiTUOUIT 31. and Feb. porn L ' is. .?! -- 'J n CK esterfield CIGARETTES $M 'M 4 three-quarte- rs rs rs J -- silk-cover- d ed con-Bdnn- co repro--si'ntatlv- es National-Comm- The Story of Our States scurvy-preventin- ... the-qua- rt XljX ..... . ... - c, f-- st. - ' j j i nit-net- s vir- r u, 18-1- bet-tie- Children Ory A OASTORI-- - A. l. J field of sand is slowly traveling eastward. Tho march of this sand Is Ir4 resistible, nnd Its progress has noces'-- j MENACE' TO PEACE sltrted' a number of changes In the roadH In tho southern part of Llttlo Humboldt Valley during recent years. AH Must Work For Harmony In some. places In this region the telegraph poles have been burled so deep Warns Catholic Laity that they have had to bo sjillced In order to keep tho wires abovo the , Leader. crests of tho sand dunes. Tho sand is of a light creamy-yellocolor and farms beautifully curved rldges.nnd London, Jnn. 14. Tho Earl of that are covered with an artis- Denbigh, lender of the Catholic laity waives fretwork of wind ripples. In England, sees n grim struggle ahead In Irplnnd nnd belloves that "Do you .know that I start'd life this Is not the, time for thanksgiving as a barefoot boy?' said. the merfor an apparent victory, but tor fer-vochant who had been rather successprayer for tho future. ful. In n roseato world of expressed "Well," Answered tho clerk, "I hope nnd voiced confidence that nil wasn't born with shoes on, either." la now over but tho shouting, Lord peyblgh strikes n notd of ALASKA OXCK HUHTROPIOAL IRISH FACTIONS PARTY IDEALS MRS. HARDING'S THEME LVrch tor tho meal It wns discovered that n spoon- - used in mixing the pancake Training, Teaching I'ln'n In Letter To National (3. O. I. Women's Clu?. New York, Jan. 14. Flftea hundred women attended the anniversary luncheon of tho Women's National vrn- -x m ra Republican Clulf, received n letter, fro,n Mrs- - Warren 0. Harding today , Elng "effective and unremitting The Kind You Have Always BouRht, and which has bcein forl at organization, education and in use for over over 30 years, has borne the Bi'gnaturo off civic training among women." and has been made tinder his per s-J-? Mrs. Hardlngwas to havo bepn the s.4aaL supervision since its infascy. guest pf honor but she was preventcucsuis. Ai'w no one t0 deccive you ln ed from attending by exhaustion folAll 'Counterfetis, Imitations and "Just-as-goonre uuL. lowing the diplomatic reception, a letExperiments that trifle with nnd endanger the health oF- ter from tho President explained. Her m Infants and Children Experience against Experiment- - placo was taken by Mrs. Calvin Cool-idg- c, Don't You Forget It. I wife of tho Vice President. Heffr In mind that Cha'mberlalns' Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil,- - Pareporic. , "Women," Mrs. Harding' wroto, Tablets not only movo the.bowols but Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains ,' "have como suddenly Into n mighty Improve tho appetite and strengthen neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substapce. Itsa Sinn Fein, In his opinion, has yet responsibility for the national In- Iho digestion. They contain no pepTho ancient vegetntlon of tho Arcnge is ita guarantee. For more than thirty years it to make tho lasting p?arc by Its tic region, as is shown by a, study of terest. has" sin or other digestive ferment but been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency methods of government and by tho Its fossil plants, Indicates that Its "It Is a responsibility which must strengthen the stomach and. enable it Wind Colic nnd Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishnes3 arising- - ," c)enr vision It displays In dealing climatic was onco very unlike that bo discharged in n larger than mere- to perform Its functions natural- therefrom, nnd by regulating the Stomach and Bowel3,aida; .v' wjh Its own population nnd with the which prevails thero now. Instead ly partisan way, and yet I feel very iy. m the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural steftDi, ' ' nation. England. of consisting of a handful of small sure is best to be dealt with thru the "associated" mother Iho Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. "Wo havo now to consider the fu- plants struggling for lifo amid snow instruments of party, loynl to convicPUT TOKKNS IX STOCKING fcol Bays, "and let us, If wo can, nnd Ice la a scant, almost perpotuully tion and emotion. ture," ho If I did not . bury tho past. Let Irish tenchord frozen soil, its vegetation wns abund- that the nation could and, in the long The farfamed. hoarding tendency of va cease, If possible, to feed their pupils, ant nnd luxuriant and IncludCiCferns run, must bo served tho best thru the French people was responsible on reminiscence of Queen Elizabeth' and palmlllce plants that grow only in partlcsI would ben partisan Repub- for the disappearance after the war Bears the Sifjnature nntl Oliver Cromwell. "Lot Catholics a mild nnd probably froetles? climate. lican, b,ut I do feel this, and.there-for- o of all silver money. In order to retry to forget tho cruel nnd bitter re- This vegetation flourished in the Arcam convinced the maintenance lievo, tho situation the government ligious persecutions and tho disabili- tic region from at least late Pnlezolc of offectlve party organization and had mintttl "Jctons," styfr3 4 or ties under which they suffered until to middle Conozolc geologic time, mil- unremitting working Is a duty sectokens, which were practicomparatively recent times. cally worthless but which served to lions of years ago, .before man exist- ond to none. "Lit Orangomcn realize that- - thero ed. Although these, lands aro now ''These are times when the ten- mako change. But It has been disIs llttlo or no sympathy In England so Inhospitable nnd nrd rarely flsltod dency to disintegration of qldMnstl-tution- s covered that the "woolen stocking" wnrns us on nil sides of tho of tho piasants in absorbing thorn nt with their ono political cry of "To the United States aeologlcal Survoy . hell with tho ropel" qr with their ab- has" gathered n largo amount of Infor- need to "hold fast to thosi who have thento of 800,000 a day, or pra'cti-call- y Kimd You Aiwayc Eough surd fears regarding religious perse- mation concerning' their fossil floras. established thomselves f'S sound, rens fast ns they 'aro issued. It cbnlldface-lnsplrlngw K c ,TV- - " cution aUlio hands of a Dublin l'ar-- , .A study of the coal beds of' tho liable For was the'savlngs of the peasants, most-llaincnt " incidentally!I these, things the Republican party has Uy kept , 0I(1 gtockngf which paid Cape .Llsburne region has . ,! nunr (nu start's. These I always stood and stnndstoday. " For the German indemnity after the war "Wrll. Itln unssiuilliy 01 mamni settlement a success will enliro! co,i udH are oxtenslvo and aro thoith women of America to make sure of 1S70! anrt it was from the same this depend on tho Irish tnonUolyoi. First only known "commercially valuable fbat their full participation In public source that the funds were raised in not bieonte responsible tho 14th contury tdransom the naof nil, is it powlhlc to. get 'nay rVer mineral .resources of that region. zzsassxsGR&iTttrvrnv&xv erp- -. hlon of public opinion In Ireuuig coal is occasionally mined-fo- r fc ?ny departure frdjn the high ? tional hero, Du Guesclin, who drove If it is not, arc they a people fvesaela that are slrort of fuel, wjilcb., Poses of'the past, and the mainta- tbo' English out of France. n If It LB tlier& is no harbor, lie off shore, nanco of thoe purposs?, reo.Hirs that in for . 's. then I fc-- confident that cvonts and porioualy load on, a""few sacks 0f we Republican woman shall devote CLAIM TO UK ODEST MAN ALIVK J our utmost energy to that, woik of will how tbnt a large majority ofjco.j j,y met,ns of lighters, i hi oiganizotion, education and advance-m.Ktrhlc- li f.Bp9 Ligburno is the bold A' Turk named Djottro has started the Irish arc neither Dolshovists nor- op- typifled in your th" statisticians on a search for the jj A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Is so well that they are u poople iamI whlch ifjarks thq northwest end poxed to the extremists who bavo terJ0. a lan(I nia8. tnat projocts.intp the aggressive and efticie.nl club." person holding tho longevity record. H ' M n apeBKers ii. uie mnrneon incmaeu , Djouro;'Whp camo into Prance carrv-- 1 rorlzed them and whoe final ueront Arctic Ocean from lha. western coast AIice nobcmon.eongreeswoman from in(i hjg bagcrge on' his shoulders, ' they vould. view with reilotw ' of. Alaska about MO.nMos north of -Iini told that Sinn Keln wlajsas jtj,e Arctic Ctrola and about 300 miles Oklahoma; .Ah-- . Eleanor Franklin(j ciaims ,tb be 14C years old and pro- -' ths Ameilcan a'dvlsory tt ruin tho respect of tho world and 'directly north of Nom,o.' Even CapolE8a"' a uJrtji certificate to prove that j intend to show; that, after nil those ngburne is Uy r.o meins the northern Jmittco to tho arms conference; Mrs. le was born n 1775 at Ditlis. No McCormlck and Mrs. Arthur older claimant who can produce any years of demand for nmit 0f nio fossil plants of this nsar-pi11'Largest Morning Circulation? they aro capable or carrjing it out iy tronlcal "vegetation, for they havo kivermoro, tno ciuu presiaent. proof Jins' been found. A great con'and ))CCn fouml n ti,e rocks ISO tulles Roth Mrs. McCormlck and Repre- test of the' sort was held in 18SG Justly; that all tho corner-boy- s of Any Kentucky Newspaper .. sentative Robertson assailed the when 1S4 persons claimed to havei farmers' sons who havo fought o"J nortneast of ca'p Llsburne. League of Women Voters. Sinn I'eln In tho belief that victory passed the 100 mark. When the will mean their acquiring their neigh "The parties are open to us and government-Investigated- i Heartburn, indigestion or, distress most of bor's property (especially that of the of the stomach is instantly relieved by It is incumbent upon us to prove them were found to have no proof. loyalists .In the south and west) for Hcrblne. It forces the badly digest- that we do no lack decision as Indi- Tho oldest man then was shown to be Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation- - It'.is next to nothing will experience tho ed food out of the body and restores viduals and .that we are steadfast a Spaniard 116 years old. handa tone In the stomach and bowels. Price enough to stand by the party of our essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news surprise of their lives at the and efficient 60c por bottle. Sold byOhlo County choice," said Mrs McCormlck. MUST MEET FARM PRICES 'of a very hcavy-flsto- d matter first consideration. Miss Robertson told the women Sinn Fein police. Well, wo shall Drug Company. m -that 1; any of them belong to the The "prosperity" of the war boom m see. Maintains its, own news bureaus Washington: HJ League of Women Voters, "the was' all fictitious. It sowed the wind "if that comes about It will go far COIiUMlIUS WAS HOItN Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. IN PORTUGAL., CLAIM quicker you get out of It the better." and now tho world reaps tho whirltoward reconciling the North and removing tho at present wind. Dollar wheat means that othI? With important legislation coming before Congress No Groat Act of Heroism Required er prices, wages, salaries', freights. Lisbon, Jan. 14. Christopher Col fears of Ulster as regards mlsgov-ernme- nt especially oppressive umb'us, discoverer of 'America, wns Interest and services must comedown and and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-JoIf some great act of heroism was to relatively the same basis. No other taxation by a Dublin Parliament. It born in Portugal, tho Portuguese urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. will tend in tho near future to the Academy of Science was told yester- necessary to protect a child from result is possible. Our people are inunification of Ireland, for the con- day by Patroclnlo Ulbclro, a mem- croup, no mother would hesitnto to terdependent Just ns this and other protect her offspring, but when it. Js nations aro interdependent. Upon tinued division Into two govern- ber. '. It had bee.i an historically acceptonly necessary 'to keep at hand a bot- agriculture rests all dther industry, ments, I venture to say, is as unBy special arrangements we are now able to offer ' natural as I am suro it will bo found ed fact that Columbus waB born at tle of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy If It suffers, nil suffer banker, mer- -' Genoa, Italy. exasperatingly inconvenient." THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L The statement of and give it as soon as the first indica- chant, manufacturer, laborer, teach-- 1 B Senhor Rlbelro comes, on the heels tion of croup appears, there are-- many er, everybody. High wages and big ' 'AND fy of an announcement by the IM. Rev. who neglect It. Chamberlain's Cough profits are possible only when farm- -' Tho licit Cough Mcdlcliic. ' Mgr. Roy Soto upon his arrival in Remedy is within the reach of all and ers not sufficiently liberal returns 'to i: THE REPUBLICAN r ni warrant liberal buying by farmers. When a druggist finds that his cus- New York recently that Columbus Is prompt and effectual. Jew. The prelate said that Farm and Home. tomers all speak well of a certain pre- wns Both one year, by mall, for only $5.75. SEEK TRADE WITH WORLD paration, he forms n good opinion at this was proved by documents disi ' STANDARD OIL INVADES This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, 'Bat it and when ln need of such a medi covered at the home of ancestors of A commercial treaty has been signPARIS HIGH SOCIETV cine Is almost certain to uso it him- Columbus in Spain. He said Columonly to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subself nnd In his family. This is why bus hid the fact that ho was a Jew ed between Russia and Austria, and scriptions may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals, will The Standard Oil Co. at Paris so many druggists uso and recom- because of the deportation of that attempts have been made by the bol' ' date from expiration of present ones. mend Chamberlain's Cough Itemody. race from Spain by Ferdinand and shevik government to negotiate sim- sneaked Into the fashionable and ex- -t you prefer an evening newrfaper, you may substitute Tho It ilar treaties with other powers. Es- elusive Champs Elysees, but Jt could J. 15. Jones, a well known druggist of Isabella. ' timates by tho department of com- not stay. The Prince de Moscowa Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. 1 Auburn, Ky., says, "I have used " merce in the United States prpvided rented his mansion to the Paris man- -' I (Wiambcrlaln's Cough Remedy In my 110 METHODISTS IN Send or bring your orders to the office of NATIONS CONGRLSS for two V. S. trade commissioners to ager of the company with the under-- , family for tho past soven yearal and Russia, but action of congress Will standing that ho was to live there have, found it to be the best cough Chicago, Jan. 7. More members be necessary before they can be sent. "bourgeoisoment," meaning in good m Medicine I havo over known." of Congress are Methodists than any A Bovlet delegation was sent to Ar style. mt Rut desks, telephones and other religious creed or denomina gentina to reopen relations, and es stenographers began to appear gradA 1U(J LOST LAKK IX NEVADA il tion, It is revealed by a survey Just pecially to secure grain. Italy re- ually, and In a short time the place -ii. completed by the board of temper- jected proposals of a trade pact on' was an office building doing nn acDuring comparatively rccont EAGLE"MIKAD0"-MS. . time a great lako flooded a num- ance, prohibition and public morals the ground that the Russians sought tive business. Tho prlnco thereupon to include political questions. Tho brought suit to eject tho company ber of the valleys in northwestern of the Mothodist Episcopal church. Out of 4.3 S members of tbo Houso ruble has become practically worth-les- s from the promises. Tho- - prince Nevadar- - This lake has now almost it wrn mrmrCTcsTTHM but geolo- 24 nro andi tho circulation of counter- -' claimed that Standard Oil was neithcompletely disappeared, The church affiliation of ninety- - felt American dollars in Russia is er bourgeois nor respectable. entirety, awe at your Uenler ror gists havo named it, In Us , Mds In fivo ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Members of tbo American o Lako Lahontan, In honor of Daron La eight could not be "ascertained.. In reported, senators relief committee found EAGLE MIKADO that the AL JENNINGS SOUGHT Ilbntan, one of ths early explorers of tho Sennto out of ninety-si- x At tho church affiliations of twenty-thre- e houses furnished them by tho Rusof ON ASSAULT CHARGE the headwaters EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK are unknown. Only four wero sian government were supplied, with the time of Its greatest expansion, ac loot tnken from the ljoines of tho St. Louis, Jan, 14. Police today cording to the United States Geologi Here is tho lineup: wealthy class at tho outbreak of the wero searching for Al Jennings, forcal Survey, Department of tho InterTho Houso Methodist, 00; 'Pres-- i revolution. Tho red government evi- mer outlaw, but now an evangelist, lad? Why did you bolt and quit tho misty cloud of theories, and eliaw ' ior, this ancient lake' covored 8,400 deepest, part of byterlans, 50; Baptists, 29; Eplsco-pal- s, dently wont through such houses sys- following tho issuanco of a warrant your dad? Why did you beat It off you whor tbo troilble lies. I lesct square miles. Tho 35; Congregational, 23; Catho tematically. charging assault. Tho warrant was to town, and turn your poor old fath- - my dad, his farm, his plow, beeaaeep Lako Lahontan, which wns 88Q feet issued on complaint of Harry Kerr, er down? Thinkers of platform, pul- - my calf became his caw. I left v&y deep, was the site of tho present Py- lics, IS; Christians, 11; Lutherans, of Kansas City,, who assorted Jen- Tit, press, aro wallowing in deep dls- - dad 'twas wrong, of course fcw, Lake, ono of Its remnants, so 10; Disciples, 10; Unitarians C; Jew- FOREST RANGER EAT ramid ChuFch, 3; Quaker Church, 3; T. N. T. WITH PANCAKES nings had. induced hfs wife to ac- tress; they seek to know the hidden causo my colt becamo his UexseL Bthat ltssurfaco stood about G00 feet ish company him on a tour of Kansas ecause why farmer boys desert their 'left nty dad to sow and reap, tecnaso-pas- . tho surfaco of Pyramid' Lake. United Urothren,. Mormon, Indepenabovo Los Angeles, Jan. 14. Edward D. and Missouri as his secretary, ,nnd Some say they long to get a my lamb became his sheep. I dr The ancient lako had no outlet except dent, Mennonle, Dutch Roformod and ranger, stationed that January 2 Jennings threatened taste of fastoj life and social wasto;ped ;ny hoe and Btuck my forfc&- ono that led straight up, its wat- Evangelical havo ono member each. Hamilton, a forest the In the Santa Barbara Reservo, recentaro two Untvtrsallsts, causo my pig becuroo his poi. uim wjm revolver when bo round somo suy ino amy unto cnumps ers being dissipated entirely by eva- Thero s, ly had tho unique experience of par17 J The in his wife's room at a talt0 tlie su,t cards for tho trumps, truck that I made rnu- -. poration. 12; Presbyterians, 11; taking heartily of pancakes containlocal hotel, in wagering fresh nnd .gormless air 'twas his to sell, but mine ta note to" A larg: area a few miles north of .. t vuv Congregatlonnllsfs, 2 7; Baptists, C; ing TNT, wlthoi)t suffering any ser&. .... against tho smoky thoroughfare w, illik amnion In imu n 4 nnnl. a Diuvnu iu uiuiuajjuuiu, aori Wlnnomucca, Nev Is covored with WHY ROYS LEAVE THE FARM agreed the farm's tho the taste for 'Hfo' that brought since Catholics, C. There Is ono Protestant ious, effects. We're all sand dunes that wero formed . jl. " . place; so freo your mind and state nere. rjoasa ten tno piauorn? Ly ..tn i.nimntan disappeared. These; Episcopal and ono Christian. The Hamilton was visiting friends on a ai! lie, press, no fear of to(l or ! thick, and Lutherans, Dutch Reformed, Unitar mining claim near Acton, Cal. Ono (J. Edward Tufft In American Co your case!" Junes' aro fully 75 feet panOperative Journal.) prepared all have two mem- of his "WelL stronger, sluco you've been dress is driving off tho farmer If their steeper slopes are on the oast ians and Vormons "Why did you leave tho farm, my so frank, I'll roll aside my hazy bank, but Just tho methods of their dudifi. cakes in honor of the occasion. Af- vnst bers each. side, indicating that tho whole w nt flour had been taken from a can of deadlyTNT. The spoon had conted with tho explosive. ' "I did not experience any ill or Untoward result1) from the ounce or more of TNT, mixed with the pancake dough," said Hamilton, "but I decided right awny rather sudden like, too that I "would be mighty careful In avoiding sudden knocks and jars, .nnd for the first time In my life I made up my mind I would back away from a fight. "Dut now I am ready to meet anyone if the occasion arises, and it might also bo mentioned that I'm smoking again after a little vaca- tipn in that lino." beerr-thickl- Children Cry for Fletcher' I Ipk4 ii) illmt vfl mi -- , 4vwy. -- -- What s. w v vz: d" iiu Es CASTOR A '! m -- BNUINE CASTORS A M.WAVK of m bronze-aluminu- m K & 4&&' Is Use Far Over 1 Have T The fears ". r -- 4 Ji.-lnu- .. -- a!"""'!'" jur-lsnd- 1 Which Daily Paper? C. Mirier head-Sorlalif- s. .- ... . i .". com-,luC9- The Journal 1! , i at and well-found- i v geo-log- ls . si&mjd -- r PPimrWKn rs. tri Senato--Methodlst- Epls-capalea- Vi ..... M V -- v V'rThe Hartford ' Republican - . PaMiiifced Weekly by- . JURTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S., TIN8LKY, Editor sad BitsInrM Malinger. iV . tMttter of tho second class. Address,, all - Entered according to law at tho Yestoftlco, Hartford, Ky., as mall communications to The Hartford Republican. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Babscrlbera desiring tho paper sent 'to & new address muBt give the old Mdress in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lUe for each additional word. Anonymous communications jMeelve no attention. TELEPHONE H Thanks, lc per' word, and 6c- for ach head line and slgnautro, money fa sdvance. Church Notices for services free,' fmt other advertisements, lo per - Obituaries, insertion. Resolutions 4nd Cards will tlon with tho business men of that placa has employed "Loo W. Phersdnj STRAY STREAKS former sheriff of Breathitt countyas marshal. The new "Cop" la "riafd to (By Fluke McFluke.) be a terror to "vvhlto' mulo vendors" and promises to make them llvo bard Wo see a lot In the papers- - about In that community. . women's dress and tho lack of It and etc. A man from away up in HarHOY YS KILLED din county wants to forbid tho dear BY SCHOOLMATE things appearing upon tho streets In ' I costumes about so high or so low, (of Fourteen- - course you can't seo Clevoland. Jan. 18. where our hands year-ol- d Alfred Krantz, Kcnnard are). While we aro a member of Junior High school pupil, was stab- the City Council wo are serving nobed and killed in tho school yard tice on ono and all that wo aint here lato today In an encounter agoln to fool with nobody's skirts or which, police say, began with the nothin. It the ladles want to dress . nB to shnw thB, Mmtiiwtiaf. teasing or a gin pupn oy a old schoolmate, who Is charged with. ,t ,0 ug? Itg ,helr d,mples besI(jcs delinquency. we don't have to look at them if The girl appealed to Krantz, ac- wo don't want to and we won't, cording to the police, when the if our wife's along. If all the ladles other boy passed n bantering re- in this placo want to come down mark. The encounter followed, dur- town in bathing suits or without ing which Krantz was slashed in the them, by tho latter statement - we left thigh. mean dressed In the ordinary sort of Tho boy under arrest denied' he way, let 'em como on. We'll slip Instabbed Krantz. Ho told the police to the basement whllo they are pass Krantz, who, he said, was .the ag- ing nnd tHlre tend our own business j gressor, was accidentally cut during as every gentleman ought to do, and j the scuffle. stop mcddlln' with things of no con- Krantz died in a hospital less than cern to the male sex. ' an hour later. ' . mm : ! r f r . ? i 7 THE UNIVERSAL CAR PRICES REDUCED! . THE FOLLOWING PRICES ARE F. O. B. DETROIT... i EFFECTIVE JANUARY 15J 1922. , . i 5 Touring, Regular Runabout, Regular Chassis . ..... Coupe S. S. and D. R Sedan S. S. arid D. R. Truck Chassis . ". $348.00 $319.00 $285.00 $580.00 $645.00 $430.00 ' tax.--" .$355.00 $325.00 $295.00 $595.00 $660.00 $445.00' , . - Farmers Mutual FWDAY, 59 MOHHOW SEEKING TO END NEWPORT STRIKE ; . . JANUARY 20 "There Is one thing we will have to give the Harding Administration credit for. His brand of prosperity 4ias mado beans taste as good as strawberries" (Lottchfleld Gazette.) Yes, and during the Wilson Administration we ate crfrn bread until It lasted "llk,e ell to us, and sugar In our coffee was a Scarce as honey- Jew In the same place. The Kentucky State Senate passes resolutions condemning the U. S. Senate for seating Newberry In that 'body and at the same time the other "branch of tho Kentucky Legislature is laying plans for taking the seat .away from Preacher Johnson, who happened to be elected to a place in the lower bouse as a Republican. The unseating of Johnson and giving it . T '" iy ioiq mm tnai i was formerly at.1 He lows as how he has-rucompleted? .the "Bar. but not now. through something like "10 or 12 Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 17. Reprto his opponent, a Democrat, whom weeks during the two the Missus was Of thirteen thousand physicians inCARD OF THANKS. . Johnson defeated In the election, if esentative II. C. Duffy, Harrison cnin-t- y away." terviewed by the American Medfcal Wo wish" to thank our many -' filed the majority report of tn done, and it Is most certain to be, $31,700,817 DEFICIT Society 6,600 say 'whisky has no friends nnd relatives for the kind Cundlff-Johnso- n FOR ARMOUR IN 1021 Contest Committee will be upon, what all admit to be Bat Nail has just about dried up theraputic value and 6,400 say it ness and sympathy shown us at the In the.Housa today.an'd T. O. Holder. lho merest of technicalities. You never see his name In print anydoes. I do not know Which. Kroun'ileath ' ilp.lr fnthnrnm! tiirnhnn,! of Russell county, tho minority reChicago, Jan. 18. Armour & Co., more and people rarely ever speak, The Kentucky General Assembly lost $31,709,817.52 last year, according to him when they pass him on the Is right, but it does occur to ino'that's. A. Reynolds. port. Especially do we thank tho Rev. is working upon a bill which is liketo the annual report read to the streets. In fact, it looks jas though If the good doctors know no morel Mr. Duffy's report recommending about the medicinal value of pllls. ly to pass, by which a proposition to stockholders today by J. Ogden Ar Bat was a gone gosling, the,. World lnso far as and powders than they do about 1 Hurst and kind Woodmen of tho "w'oVifi! thejunseating of JjsgHjJjhnson and I issue road bonds to' the amount ,of mour. and" conVolinc , publicity is concerned. for their a& 'the Tea ting offlryce Cumflff, quids the poor patient is in a '1 of a Also the donors of tho many beauti- signed by The net income in 1920 was $5,- $50,000,000 wiil be submitted to the tho six Democrats of 'ho fix. people for approval.. Whether It sur- 319,975.44, equaling 2.4 per cent, on ful flowers. committee and Mr. Holder's by the .While enforcing the ordinance apvives remains to bo seen. If the pro the net capital investment. MRS. S. A. REYNOLDS AND cut-outhroe Republicans. exon automobile plying to ject meets with the approval of the During 1921 total sales were ap hausts, we are moving to amend by Five thousand members of the Na FAMILY. With the minority report. were film voters the roads provided for, or proximately $600,000,009 as compar- requiring every old grouch In this tlonal Canners Association are hold ed receipts from tho Olrcult Court rerather those planned for by the last ed to $900,000,000 in 1920. The town to put a muffler on his or her a convention In Louisville this week, MARRIAGE LICENSES ceived by Johnson to show that he RECENTLY ISSUED had been discharged for money col Legislature can probably be pushed tonnage output-i- n 1521, however, was old rusty hammer. but there is no evidence of rushing tho can. lo completion, but should the pro- only seven per cent less than in 1920, lected. This was In answer to the John Anderson Porter, Broughton, "Quietus" claim of tho majority reposed bond Issue fail there is no the largest part of the $300,000,0j00 . Advance your timer, put your foot -chance for road Improvement, that Is decrease being attributed to lowe on When I observe the physical struc pill., to Catherine Young", Olaton. port. Tho hearing of the case w.-the gas and let's go some. What's Flavins Davenport, Echols, to turo of the dog I am struck with his general ImprovCmentj within the pear prices. majle a special order for Friday at 11 the good In poking when added Hunsaker, Wysox. future, marvelous fashion after myself. He Dividends on the preferred stqck o'clock on motion of Minority Leader makes the going easier. Ottwell Uennett Llvla, to Myrtlo J. F. Bosworth. The motion to lie &.- - has a vertebrate body, four articujat-e- d and on the common were paid from i ma limbs, two ears, ewo eyes, two nos- TStinnett, Hartford, Route 4. For three pounds of sugar to the the surplus, which has still $65,000,-00- 0 LOOSE LEAF DARK discussed at that time is to substitute Virgil Stevens, Fordsvllle, Route 1. tho minority one dollar, twelve to twenty dollars TOBACCO MARKETS trils, a mouth, tongue and teeth, all in that fund. for tho majority report. per pair for shoes and many other resembling very closely my own phys- to Mary Bowon, Echols. Smith Prepared Majority Report. Protls Taylor. Hartford, Route 5, Items accordingly, ofa short time BAPTISTS TO BEGIN WORK Sales 75,800 pounds ical organs, to say nothing of his The majority report,, prepared hv Henderson back, the Democratic Press will InON S500.000 HOSPITAL at an average of $13.92. Prices heart, his lungs and other internal to Addie Westerfleld, Hartford, R. G. Reprcsontntlvo Ira Smith of Chrl-tla- n Fred Robinson, Narrows, to Oak variably lay blame upon the war and county, recommends tho unImproved, except on .leaf, organs all functioning' Josely after slightly ' conditions, but in compar- -' Lexington. Ky., Jan. 17. Con which continues to decline. Buyers mine. But It is a pleasing reflection ley Hondrlx, Fordsvllle. seating of Mr. Johnson and the w conditions, conditions struction of a $500,000 hospital' will say-thJng present-da- y crop Is larger than they ex- that he excels me In only a single parof his seat to Bryco Cundlff. -that .everybody admitted were bound be begun In Louisville in ninety days pected. Three-fourth- s whllo tho minority report, signed by of the crop ticular faithfulness to his friends. NO NEED TO FEAR tho three Republican m'embirs of th Jp come a lot. of thesg game Demo- by the Baptis'ts of Kentucky, accord-jn- g jn Henderson, Union and Vebster ARTIFICIAL GOLD comlnittee, recommends the retention Prohibition' enforcement officers to Dr. J. W. Porter, chairman of Counties has been sold. cratic papers point with pride to the -' complain that one of the greatest of Mr. Johnson. unequaled prosperity attained under the Executive Committee of the Bapds ' Modern chemistry has shown that Tlo majority report Is based "ii tho Woodrow Wilson era. They can-- " tist State Board of Missions, who was at an average, of $16.45. Market handicaps in crystalizing enforcement not bo Induced to go as far back, home today from Louisville, "where strong. Lower grades higher. De- sentiment comes of jho newspapers at least some of the supposed ele- Section 45 of tho Statj.Cori"stlt'uti..u. persisting in making a Jake of prohi- mental substances of tho chemist. which states that "No collector "f ,'howevcr. as 1913 find 1914, neither ho attended a meeting of the board. , liveries unusually heavy. which a wngglsh editor re- what he calls elements, ace. In fact taxes or public money" shall be t . was you get ono of them to mention Owensboro Sales 491,000 pounds bition,. The site for tho hospital "can In nil ordinary chemi member of tho Legislature until he - Sales plies, the newspapers will quit mak- compounds. cer- Wight some time ago, and the Bap at an average of $13.50. the Adamsou Act, under Which a processes theso compounds ihall Itavo received a quietus six class continue to receive nug- tists have been raising money for the for the season to date 18,541,405 ing a joke of prohibition when prohi- cal tain like elements, but It is never mouths before tho electron, and a bition ciascs to be a joke. building for soveral years. Before pounds. gets of prosperity. '' " theless possible by Bpectnl chemical uftlon of tho Stntu.tQR which makes 25,000 Bowling Green the hospital is completed over $400,-00- 0 x Sales Tho present Oencral Assembly operations to show that - they are he office of Magistrate 'incompatible will be in the treasury to pay for pounds. Quality poor. Leafrang-e- d If there Is any one thing that Hen'. more simplo substances. with a seat in the Cenoral from $6 to $25, lugs from" $2.50 glvos promise of being ono of tho divisible into ry Ford, of "Tin Lizzie" fame, likes It, Dr. Porter said. v best In recent Kentucky history. So This discovery has revived M some 'ily. to $10.50. trash from $1.80 to. $2.50. helter than selling F.ords for a profit The minority report calls ntton: Friday's sales will be the last-- of the far it has done nothing,' and present extent popular belief In alchen'iy.anf BETHEL. It is publicity. He is said to be worth J Indications are that It will continue there have been of late man sug .o the fact that tht word.'-'quletuseason. jj billion dollars, and seema to have press that gold maj I occurs but onco In the Qonstitutl' Tenn. Approximate- to do so. Bad reputatipnsof Ken- gestions In the Clarksville, The farmers of this community aro gotten the notion Into his head that , tucky legislatures comes usually by bo mado artificially and becomo so and once in tho Statutes- - In .the St.i ly 250,000 pounds were readyfor ho is just about the biggest thing .In very busy burning tobacco beds. destroy completely tutes it requires that a Sheriff slu" Rev. Wilcox filled his regular ap- sale whon tho market reopened for what they do, not by what they leave abundant ub to the wldoTJ. S. A. He criticises the such utility it may have as a meas- receive a quietus from tho" State Auundone, Government for failure to rtish Into pointment at Bethel "church, Satur theweek. Prices Jlttlo changed from ure of value and a basis for curren ditor or the Fiscal Court. Mus- - day night and Sunday. last week, ranging from $3 to 8.25 his proposition to take over-thThe report contends that, a' writing I shall be very glad whon the cy. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Plckerell were n?i lues. S9.50 to $19 on common leaf , .cle Shoals project, and occasionally It has even been staled that the which Is a "quietus" can bo given guests of Mrs. Plckeroll's parents, and $20 to $29.50 on good leaf. An spring fishing season arrives-- not that .you seo some Inference in print that the may go uamae, uui iur uio iuu ui Into S. F. Emmons, of the United only by theso officials and, that t,p money is being used to defeat him In Mr. and Mrs. Dick McDowell, Satur- occasional lot of cood leaf brings , at spendlug a week on tho old sheet States Geological Survey.. Depart-- constitutional provldon applies only property. day night and Sunday. from $30 to $31.50. Deliveries securing possession of the ment of the Interior, clnlmed to have to Sheriff's and other tax, collectors while Fluke makes his semi-annuMrs. Charlie Smith, who has been the rehandllng houses have been VVbllo upon the other hand wo seo mado synthetic gold from diver doMit pqlnts out that, as a" Magistrate heglra to tho Mouth of Grassy. figures, purporting to bo correct.that ill for some time, Is Improving nice- heavy. . lars many years ago.' Mr. Emmons' settles with the Circuit Court and not Sales 70,000 lbs. Madlsonvllle. in event the Government turns the ly, Buddy McFeag, an old. friend of never made any such claim, and the with tho Auditor or the F.jscal Court Mrs. David Thomas, who has been Top price $35,50. Market stronger property over tc Ford upon tho No ono has that It Is Impossible for hlinto reHo statement. Is absurd. , mine, Is a confllrmod.op'tomist. has than at any previous time during the' tonus ho seeks to hurry through, In New York for the past-yearQ' Is trying to borrow money with a yet succeeded In making gold or in ceive a quietus. , paid returned to her home here. last two weeks. lhat the Goverment will have Snips 400.000 nnunds promise ta pay It out of his "Old obtaining it from any other chemical Pmlnrnh Mr. arid Mrs. Frank Maples spent out approximately one billion dollars clement. The feat can noThe safetorn tne more .than it will have taken in at Saturday and Sunday with Mrs. Ma- at an average of $18.52. Leaf rang- - j Age" pension, and wn.en smilingly law ly called Impossible, but It is fairly re- NOTICE not yet been passed tho date of tho expiration of the ples' brother, Mr. Chester Stewart, ed from $13.75 to $25.75 and lugs ''.had any chemjst should Lugs strong. Piled that ne was sure u woum ue certain that It from $2.90 to $3.50 lease, 100 years from now. In other and Mrs. Stewart, of Centertown. To PaiintH, Teachers, andTupH' by the time bo was oiu enougn to succeed In transforming into gold Mrs. Charlie Smith has purchased Leaf firm, words, the proposition,!! put through, somo substance that has hitherto of Ohio County Our second semes- draw It. buggy. 'would virtually amount to a subsidy a new Iiaaii i.afraflo.1 no n otmnla nlnmatit I low nf n.kn.l ....... T.... .. . 1 it Wfl and .family have Mr. CARD OF THANKS. to Ford and his successors, of near moved JohnMr.lllburn Tatum's farm. Tho philosophy of some, philoso- the process would be so difficult nnd are continuing our regular Classical on Tom ?1,000,000,000. If tho acceptance of costly as to make tho gold far moro and Vocational courles, and also In a recent a proposition, by tho Government, Is Mrs. Luulo Maples, who has been Wo take this opportunity lo thank phers isinInscrutable Herafil I note than the natura) ' metal, ganlzlng new classes In Agriculture, the Hartford neighbors for their likely to produce a billion dollar defi- confined to her room with Illness for our friends and story Is probably Domestic Science, Public Speaking, tho, declaration that Deb.s Is not a The silver-dollkindly assistance during the Illness, cit It looks like making haste very some time is very much improved. McDowour father, criminal, and the comment that bo based on the fact that the silver and Expression and Music, and aro wells Messrs. Tom Tatum, Dick death and burial of slowly may be a good policy to copper of which our silver prepared to tako care of any students-coinell, T. Plckerell, John Brown, and John M. Graham, who departed this should, by reason of his. prominence, are iflade do contain exceeding- - who may wish 1o enter either tirade have been kept In the penitentiary Mrs. Cassle McDowell have had new life January 9, 1922. nbldo aa a salutary example to protentlal ly minute quantities of gold quantl- - or High BchpoJ work, Mm-- tVin rlohent lilpeolnf-telephones put in their homes. ' 3TARSHAL FOR ItOCKl'ORT. E. E. ALLISON. Supt., I criminals, ine unpuiie i whimm. ties too small to bo of any practical pro- - with each of you,- Prayer meeting at Bethel Is Beaver Dam Graded and High .School. , our political opponents sometimes lniportunce. THE CHILDREN. connec- - grossing nicely. trho town of Rockport, in ri'A Newport, Ky., Jan. 17. Gov, Edwin P. Morrow, who announced upon his arrival Monday night that he had como to stay until the strike was settled, met union and company representatives this forenoon at tho ofat fice of the Master Commissioner the Newport Court House in an effort to bring about an amicable set tlement of the strike at the Newport Rolling Mill. The strike has been in progress for more than n month, marked with such strife and disorder that State troops have been on duty several weeks. Gov. Morrow declared tho State cannot stand the expense of keeping troops here longer and that he meant to do all In his power to settle the differences between the employes and employers. He said he had canceled all other business and would not return to Frankfort until the trouble was ended. were somewhat surprised last week at the things we did not say about them and their trip to the "Yallor Ranks," although they don't 'pear to be out of humor. There- - lyis been a lot of canning going on In Louisville this week. With four or five thousand attending a convention or mat oraer there nas doubtless been n lot of stuff put on the inside. ! - Starters are $70.00, plus tax, and Demountable Rims are $25.00, plus Mhen supplied Avith open models. Tractors remain the same. ' . '- ; - ' , j BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KY. About the only exceedingly large body of men following ono and the same occupation or calling who have not had or have not nnnounced a National convention for 'the nenr future is tho amalgamated association of bootleggers. V I BEADS ODDLY STRUNG ,eads (By I. D. Clalro.) . us ,nt0 " ft t v taneM webs. ! j spell. A Kentucky Solon says women have enougn in the matter ness. flnnlly remarking, grow old fast Is aavanced lar world for a fellow to nf Ittlilvaao lia afi4 .mc.rupi mem you were practicing law for one's wife to leave him for a , i" a laoiv nicy uuve now nimosi . Cap't. Cox says ,the best way in ' flflt'd the n ". " buuuuiutcui linjuil" "; 6wt wtlnrnnnilniitiitimllii lunula ' ed ntter the progress of my busl- - Tio,n.-- .. I met a casual acquaintance a few "I COMMITTEE REPORT UNSEATS REPUBLICAN iw. fn..A -. ..... .... thought I evasive- - , j. h. j,AtnHnn i:.n- - ni.i . ,.. r.. o.,w n.t.i ('un-inr- . nr -- r II-- ts r -- - t. e Hopklnsville-Sales'670,000poun- n "- ' As-e- - -- e -- al ' ar V 4 ifH TOWN GOSSIP! J- Are you attending our Big Clearance 'Sale? - u If not you are the loser. It's the talk of the town. Everybody is wondering how we do it. Don't be a "doubting Thomas," come and see us" and we will explain to you how we can sell. $40.00 $30.00 $26.00 $35.00 $30.00 $15.00 k t' f C, Mrs. James Nance and son, Wil.CLEAIt RUN. liam, of Owensboro, spent from Friday until Monday with Mrs. Nanco's Charllo Patton, who is HI of pneuparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wood ,24.95 monia, Is better. ward. 19.95 Mrs. Monroe Smith is suffering con ,. 8.95 siderably as a result of the extraction S. T. Darnett returnMr. and Mrs. an infected tooth. ed homo Wednesday from a few days of WE WILL EXPLAIN TO YOU James, youngest son of Mr. and to tho family of Tom Stevens, visit Mrs. Clarence Funk, is thought to be at Utfca, and Will Spurrier, How we can sell to you thousands of yards of taking pneumonia. Mill-Enand Short Lengths below manufacturer's Mrs. Iva Keown, Mr. and Mrs. Ohio County Distributors ;. Cicero Patton and a few friends were price. reMr. Herbert Park, of Route G, 35c Ginghams, 32 inches wide, per yd. . . .20c cently butchered two hogs of tho Red at the bedside of little Charlie Patton Sunday. 25c Ginghams, 27 inches wide, per yd,-- . '' .'19c Duroo type, aged about 15 or 16 Mr. Clint Park, who has hpen quite " months, which nettell tho "tiny" total 20c Ginghams, 27 inches wide, per yd 10c sick, Is able to be up again. of 770 pounds. Good Prints, dark or light, per yd 8c Misses Ella and Georgia Smith, Best Outing, per yd 15c Cpva Kirk and Mr. Herman Park Miss Clarice Ward, of Detroit, visited Mr. and Mrs. Lconls Smith ,35c Best Bed Ticking, per yd. Mich., arrived at the home of her a few days last week. 69c $1.25 White Table Linen, per yd parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Ward, Tho party at Mr. John Smiley's 19c 35c Fancy Suitings, per yd of Nocreek, the first of this week) for Saturday night was well attended 36-inan extended visit. Domestic, per .yd.- '. . . : 10c and all report a pleasant time. Good 36-In15c Bleech, per yd. . . . . Taylor school closed Friday with Mrs. II. C. Schapmlre and daugh- several patrons present who consid $20.00 and $25.00 Ladies' Purs $11.95 ter left Wednesday for their home ered themselves delightfully enter35c yar-wi-de 20c Percales, very best, per yd in Bloomington, III., after several tained by the teacher and her d . .$4.95 $6.00 Ladies' Waists days visit to relatives in Hartford, pupils. -: : $6.95 g and Ohio county. $8.00 Ladies' Waists Little Antha Ann Taylor, of Taffy, was the guest of her aunt, Tina Gray, Mrs. A. . Anderson and son, Er- at Union Grove lastweek." ' nest Woodward Anderson, will go to today, where Ernest Owensboro BEECH VALLEY. Anderson will receive further treat . ment for ear trouble. Mr. Charllo Banghn, died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Clabe Don't fail to come out to the bis Wedding, nt Adaburg, last' Wednesketball game tomorrow night, root January 11, of a complication of ing by home' rooters for the home day, diseases. He had been a consistent team is most always worth a few member of the Baptist church since points In, a good game. the age of sixteen. Funeral service? Bap OHIO COUNTY FARM BUREAU. Mrs. Chester Wilson and were conducted at Pleasant Hill Mr. and tist church, Magan, Friday, 13, by Rev. and Mrs. Russell WaDreT are The Hartford Republican .host and hostess to a line boy baby, little daughter, of the Green Hlver Rev, Wlllcox, of Dundee. After Ky. country, visited Mrs. Wilson's parwhich Ihe remains were deposited In born Wednesday, Jan. IS. ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, tlty, JANUARY UO PIUnAX, tho burying ground near by. He is Tuesday and Wednesday. survived by his wife, and six- The local High School Bas'keteers Clabe Wedding, Odes, Ver-- . will engage the Whltesville High Five al concernejl. It would have freer Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Porter and litFORD. COMPLAINT PERSONAL NEWS on the local's court tomorrow night. tle son, Allison Brcnton, returned to non, Willard, Cully, and Mnypus easy for him to have so, as no IS UNWARRANTED had been talking with done AND SOCIAL EVENTS me within, loir home In Herrin, 111., Saturday, Baughn, and a number of other relatheir nn hour and had not suggested any- Wo nro headquarters for Red top after making an extended vfslt to rel- tives and friends to mourn hl& loss. Ho was formerly a resident of this Weeks Itescnts Assertion That Action such thought; and Red Clover Seed, and other grass atives inHartford and McHenry. either has ho. nor kis Air. V. L. Fulkerson was In neighborhood, but for the, past two On SJioais Plans Is Dclnj- representatives, ever made any comW. E. ELLIS & BRO. seed lost week on business. Vf years had been residing at Adaburg. cd Unnecessarily. plaint to me tha,t I was unduly deMrs, Berta Pedlgo, operator and MI6S Ruth Foreman, of Dundee, laying action. If tliey had done sou Mr. William Johnson Is Able to be assistant agent with the "L. & N. R. spent the week-en- d Mr. and Mrs, S. O. Keown, city, with Mrs. Lee i. epont Satufday and Sunday In Washington, Jan. 17. Secretary I could easily have demonstrated taaS. out on the streets1 again, after being R. Company nt the local depot, spent P. Miller and Mr. Mlllen with heT sister, Mrs l"ensboro. I weens in a lormn siaiomem xouay there was no basis for the charge." confined to hid room 'since Christ last week-en- d Mrs. Abe White, of Bells Run, isl(described a The Secretary explained that fce B. P. Ferguson, in HopTdnsvlIle. as "unwarranted criticism" mas. the guest of .her son, Mr. Archie the assertions' of Henry Ford that ac had no intention of entering: fate r. . Mr. Freeman Schapmlre was tho Dr. A. B. Riley, of whoso return White and Mrs. White. tlon on the proposal of tho Detroit controversy with Mr. Ford, hut Ute Mrs., Anthony Robertson, of Hef-llweek-en- d jrncst of. relatives In The farmers d"f this vicinity are from Chicago wo made 'mention In manufacturer for purchase and lease statement of last Saturday "was lai spent last week-en- d in Hartford, very busy burning plant beds, raw to let it pass unnoticed." of the Muscle Shoals, Alabama, tho guest of hordnughter, .Mra. A. C. these columns last weeTc, nas openMr. .and Mrs. H. H. Westerflold, ed offices on tho second floor of the and power projects had been Mrs. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, Pnrter. Narrows, J. D, Miller and family, of Ohio Qounty Drug Company unnecessarily delayed by the War SECOND TRIAL OF vlth relatives in last week-en- d DukehurstNand R. A. Duke and fam- Department. OUlo Barnett spent tho .Mrs. ARBUCKLE STAflTEU A.V. .Jlarlford. ily, Sunnyilale, were guests of Mrs. The War Secretary In his stateJn Owensboro, tho guest of her . Borryman, of near Hart- M, E. Miller, Sunday. Mrs. Anna added that Mr. Ford during lr. W.'.II. Phillips, "bf near, Rey- slfctjr, Mrs. Luther Norrjs, null Mr. ford, left last Monday for; L.os ilr. apd Mrs. Alva Magan, of Ada- ment conference nere last Saturday San Francisco, Jan. 17. Taklns&C their nolds", was Jn Hartford Wednesday Korrls. Calif., where she will spend burg, spent Saturday night and Sun- made no complaint as to delay and ttstimohy in tho second ter trial of Roscoo Arbuclda got htbJI day with MrrMagan's father, Mr. J. on business. v tho remainder of tho whiter wllh-hgave tho Secretary to understand that Come in and see us; you'll see -- .??' under way here today, three v'wiuss-e- s daughter, Mrs. Homer Drlsklll, and C. Magan, and Mrs. Magan. . , he would jnnkt no public statement something good to eat you have beon being examined at the slnglo sesMr. and Mrs. J. L, Patton, of Route Mr. Nat ConClt, of was a family. on the conference, Mr. Weeks' sion of court held, looking for. Ralph, were guests Sunday of their " visitor at this tofflco Wednesday, statement- - was brought forth by WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. -Leo Friedman, assistant district atwIjHo In town.- Mr. Charles? Reynolds, of tho Bow- daughter; Mrs. T, S. Miller, and Mr. charges of 'unnecessary delay in f' .torney, made tho opening stateatcHt ling Grten Business University, waa MUIjgrmade by Mr." Ford prior to for the outlinluK eviHighest cash p,rce paid fpr eggs -- Mr. 'W. T. Woodward, who has in Hartford tho first of this' week " his departure from Washington after dence whereby It hopes to prove been cmflned to his bed with Illness, In tho Interest gf tho schooll "and ISat .'" and poultry eyoryday intho year. HERBERT. the conference Miss Virginia Rappe died of fnjuij , W. E.BLLIS &,BRO. for tho vast few weeks, is very much was the guest of Mr. Walter Wed- . The statement issuej by Secretary received at Ajbuckle's Improved. hands. Mrs.-Joh.trfag while here. 4 Stinnett died January 10 Weeks follows: The outstanding fcaturo of todxyTs County Attorney Otto C, Martin and was buried at' Panther Creek,' "Yes I have noticed the comments proceedings was Mr. M. P. Maddox, of Equality, is the submission la Burnjng'soot started a blaze upon was In Frankfort a few laa last Born to Mr, and Mrs. Myrtle Floyd, nada by Mr. Fqrd and sent out 45 the court of a report prepared spending a few days In Hartford, lho the soot of the dwelling of Mr. R. D. a boy, January 8. week on Imslness. through the press associations relat.doctors. This report was guest of hia daughter, Mrs; Olll'o Walker, Mondny evening about 6:30. Misses Daisy Belle Hobbs and Pearl ing to his offer for tho Muscle Slioab HIM and family Tho alarm was given and the small Joe "Burdette, were the guests of planf. Tho fncts aro that after Mr, at the first trial of Arbuckle, rfrfck Double set of Root! bMRgy luirncss conflagration quickly" extinguished Mr, and Mrs. H. Corley, Saturday Ford left my office he sont his sec resulted In a Jury disagreement Tie mm1.io1c for ;sale, l'rlcn right. ck doctors, named by Judge Harold will not hold by Hartford's expert , buclcet bri and"Sunday. IJ." BLKlUIEAI). K'. Tho Lady Maccabees fc , . retary tQ me to say that he did .not for tho purpose, exanriHafl &. a session Thnrsflny, Jan. 20, but wlj! gade. N Abo Howe spent Sun- - wish to make any statement to the Mr.'and Mrs. organs of Miss Rappo to dctcrmf-ccit day with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mid; press nnd asked that I make what- JMr. Hlnton l.each is spending the meet Friday afternoon, Jan. '27, "at 74-- . therovwas any evidence of wc V-- .a week-end Mr. Clarence. Bartlett, of the law genmed- necessary- re-- '. Ja Llver-.Sjno- 2:0 o'clock lnsteil. with relatives fiVAr Rtntnment- -- i jn them Tho report said there was ..nnn,ol'Kirk ana uartiett, nas purLea Payne, son of Mr, Bill .lating to our interview, inis i uu none, and Owensboro. and following Its reading-(- o Um v Mrs. Jefferson Whtterson, of Ash- chased tho new bungalow on Union Payne, has pneumonia. repre within a very few minutes as new jury the doctors substantiate it Mr. M-- . Miss Nina Burdette was tho guest sentatives of the press were waiting U it 1b anything; to eat, we Jrave ley, III., will arrive In Hartford next street of 'Mr. C. B. Carden. Monday to spend tea days or two Bartlett to'gether with hia family of. Mrs. II. Corley Sunday. it.- - Clean, frosh stock of Qrocwles statement, In ef with verbal testimony. in my office. The &fF. X. Latulip, diagram expert a weeks with relatives. moved info .tfielr new homo Miss Mabel Reardon was the guest fect, was that I proposed to transmit f ha (?i t UViti rtnA nnlliif, rT...r WILLIAMS & TAYLOU. " -,.,.,. iknnli"'v ""' '" !""" uoariHi a. of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. ',, Ford1 who made maps and took plat- gottlng mixed car, Oats, We are au Solomon Barker, Sunday. Moesrs. John T. Smith, Jr actlon I could take, as even Mr. 'K"Phs of the Arbuckle suite fn T k . uet our Gnstlne Milts; t Mr. and Mrs. John McDanlel wero TJako Holdsrman of Fordsvllle, were fihorts. onaud Shlpstuff. twenty bag torMiss The RepublicanLinotype opera', .lHolel st- - Francis, was on thevrltMW - ... fire, ten and prices has beon con- tho guests of Mr. and Mrs.,' James for Jn Hartford yeeterday. ' adjoumed . .Yf. B. ELLIS & BRO. lets. fined, to her home during the past Kellems, Sunday. "H? tuui HUIU1U5 wuiu vuu.o u& uka u,4, morrow. a severe cold and week on account of Miss Virgle Mae Burdette closed Involving an appropriation as it does, Mr." W. H. Selbert, of Owensboro, Mr, Henry Lach, of the Ohio slight fever. The young lady was a successful school hero Friday. was the-- gueat of Mr. and Mrs. R. II. without the action 'of Congress. NOTICE County Drug Co., returned Saturday thought to be somewhat improved Word has Just been received here "Apparently by the time Mr. Ford ' GUloeplo Monday night. from Louisville, where ho had spent yesterday afternoon. of the death of Mrs. Ella Mllligan, or cached his hotel he had forgotten the By mutual consent or eair oTHta Owensboro, Sunday, She has many message he had sent me through his Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. nelcher are a few days on business. glrj, , Mrs. W. O. Woodrlng, accompanied relatives and friends In this iocretary and, I correctly quoted, In parties hereto the law ffrar of Hwp-rl- n tho, parents of a flno Mrs. L. O. Barrett and little son, by- - her children, who had been in dulged In unjust and unwarranted & Martin is dissolved io t "born Sunday the 15th, lust. afLynn Culley, have returned to their Terra Haute, Ind., attending the bed- I regret that Mr. Ford, by fect January 1st, 1922. criticism. ' spending side of Mrs. Woodrlng'a sister, Miss ; Optimist I hear Brownsmlth Is this action, seems to have put himself -v Wlnesa our signatures We are headquarters for lied Top home In Hartford, after In tha ring nt (hnno who en in IhA comber 31, 1921 grasa ten days tho guests of Mrs. .Bar- - Beulah Ileffington, have returned to going to he married. and Red Clover Seed, andothor parents, Mr, and Mrs, R. B. their home here. Miss Hetflngton Serves him right. 29-- 4 j rett's press with that kind of sentiment j PewlmUt M L. HEAVRIN, $eeds. never did like the fellow. died prior to their return. CilHey, at fttaniey, rather than saying it to the Indlvldu-- j OTl'O C. MArTirc. W. B, ELLIS & DUO, -- Ladies' Cloaks ... . . 7. Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Cloaks ? Men's Overcoats .....?. Men's Overcoats Men's Overcoats? $24.95 20.95 15.95 Attorney M. L. Ilcavrln. U, expect-c- d Mr, and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook, to return tomorrowTrom Abor-dee- n, jtWd baby, and Mrs Rowan Holl(rook Mlis., where ho wont 3a bu si- went to Llvtrmore Tuesday, w.here new the first of this week. they remained ..to .Wednesday, the 'guests of relatives, going from there Anything In tlio fancy line to eat. to, Owensboro to visit Mr. and Mrs Ask us for it. If w don't 'hate It, Htnderson Murphreo. wo will get it for you. WILLIAMS & TAYLPII. Mrs. of Littleton, Col., who has been visiting in and Mrs. Maggie Griffin has returned nenr Hartford for some time, left to her home in Hartford, after this city Saturday for Utlca, where spending a month with relatives In she will be the guest of her brother-in-law, Mr. Tom Stevens, and Mrs. Owensboro and Daviess county. Stevorrs, for n few days beforo reMrs. W. C. Blankenshlp left Mon- turning to her home. day for Herrin, 111., where she will Mrs. Morris McCracken and chilvisit her sister, Mrs. Noblo Taylor, dren, little Miss Nancy and Jessie and Mr. Taylor, for several days. ' McCracken, who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke left Mrs, McCrackcn's parents, Mr. and Saturday for Jackson, Mich., to be Mrs. E. S. Miller, will leave this the guests of Mrs. Duko's slBter, Mrs. week for Paris, Tenn., where they R. D. Nelson and family for, several will join Mr. McCracken and make their homo In tho future. (Louisdays. ville Herald of Sunday.) Virgil-Stevens, Big Reductions on . :l Buick Automobiles ' Prices have been slashed on these good1 automobiles although the superlative hfgh grade in workmanship, material used in all its parts and' general beauty is fully maintained. In fact, the 1922 models are even better than those heretofore put o.n the market. Our prices F. O. B. Hartford are : No. 34, Roadster $ 960 No. 35, Touring, 5 passenger. L.02O No. 36, Coupe, 3 passenger 1,395 No. 37, 4 Cylinder Sedan, 5 passenger 1,495 No. 44, Roadster, I,45 No. 45, Touring, 5 passenger. 1,485 No. 46, Coupe, 3 passenger 2,025 No. 47, Sedan, 5 passenger 2,325 No. 48, Coupe 4 passenger , . Zfl2S , .... . . . .7 .... '..,,..;, -- ACTON BROTHERS ds ,-- l ;.. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ..... ch ch Farmers, Notice! - Annual Meeting well-traln- ". jKw6o January 23rd Election of Directors and Officers, WideAwake Speakers. t" Come and Boost Agriculture. Hartford i rs. -- -- n, vnl-frate s,. man-fllaoE- er ' pros-cutlo- n, Z n '" e -- .? Tat-derba- a re --- -- &l,l' -- tV -- - f- rvoffo, . " Mi J" l ::t.:t:: v... .. .,. .,, ... , ?zhL;:::: ., - . -- J V ( t a pot at n tlmo as wanted. After being thawed by tho lira: of tho houso KENTUCKY'SWEST, INCREASING the pips will at oncef begin to grow dainty and will send forth their bells within a Portland, Ore., Jan. 14. Within white, sweet-scente- d NATION CONTRIBUTION TO n few years buffalo meat ought to bo remarkably short time1. Thoso flou'ers are not often grown fairly plentiful Jn the markets of the Indoors in winter but as they can bo United States nnd Canatja. Pari-Mutu- al Sytem the Kentucky Jockey Club , The, Hartford Republican has made a special With the decision of tho Canadian started and handled so easily every Under the kill a certain per- living room ought to have n few to Example government to Has Lifted Racing to the Highest Plane-A- n clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial centage of the bulls In the buffalo ndd cheer and sprlghtllness nnd to to the Whole Counlry$3,479, 675.00 Distributed Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one In Albortn, remind tho occupants, of th coming "herd at- - Walnwright, Asld'o from their beauIn Three Year comes the announcement thnt Wenns springtime. year for the low price of range, if wild, nnfenced tract of 25r ty and their decorative valuo flow(From the New York Rider and Driver), 000 acres in Washington, between ers in tho houso aro beneficial In that Whcnecr the thoroughbred is men- ed, It has set an example to the world tho Yakima nnd Columbia Rivers, Is they help to keep the air pure by exto bo turned Into n buffalo ranch, tracting carbon dioxide from it and tioned, Kentucky, the home of Man In point of high class contests, cloHn, o'Wnr, nnd for a hundred years the racing generous stakes and purses. Unwith young Indian bucks employed liberating oxygen in its stead. center of the breeding Industry In der tho old order, the meetings were, as herd riders. to comes will form the "Whpm does tho baby resemblo?" this country, always- ooncolve to mind. dragged In out year an Interminable The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest The .buffalo thnt one one hundred and of rac- length, aleyes nnd It Is not possible to ' and best papers in the South and we hope to receive "Well, he has my wife's Tiuclejis of the proposed herd are fifty-fiv- e days, and In another jenr ing In America without the yonrly I ready orv tho range and are a selcct- - my nose, but I can't imagine where contribution of thoroughbreds from ono hundred and seventy-four- . many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Under the Stato Huclng Cominis-- ' ed lot from tho herd of the "Scotty" ho got his voice, unless it was from the Dluegrass State. There hre great Plqrre, S. D. Tte my auto horn." breeding farms In New' York, Virginia, slon, created by an" Act of the I.eglslu- seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in 1'hlllp estate at m California nnd elsewhere, but the tare, the number of days on which Thlllp herd Is the largest privately-owne- d your subscription now. Don't delay. Willis I see' by tho paper that It very life blood of the thoroughbred racing Is permitted has been cut to' herd In the world. O. D. Gibcause pourd from Kentucky's over- one hundred nnd eighth Thero is son will be In charge of the Wenas is raining oil la China. flowing fountain. In this favored strict supervision of all turf mutters, Well, 1 shouldn't wonderl Olllls range buffalo ranch. State, with its fertile Holds tlcei- - In with the result thnt beginning with ' a Thnt's probably the bottom falling bltiograss throughout the winter, the the Kentucky Derby, with 530,000 t The Wainwrlght herd roams pasture; of more than10Q,- - odt"o ono of those Texas oil wells horse reaches perfection. which added, fenced-i- n has been run nt aWC&c years, The Rider nnd Driver docs not Churchill Downs for forty-seve000 acres In the heart of the pioneer that I bought stock In. Floral Herald. .. know of any greater cnlumlty that the quality of racing in Kontucky seta i of the Hudson Day trapping grounds New socks and stockings will Wear could happen to the horse Industry the standard for the whole country. Company. Formerly turfmen raced for $400 Kentucky to turn against the It numbers 5,000 and Is the largest much better if washed in warm wa; than for thoroughbred, and destroy the gre.it purses, null the amount distributed herd In tho world. It has demon- ter and a little soap before taken Into breeding Industry, which lini not only j curly ran 'from ?300,000 to JOOO.OOO. strated tho fact that buffalo, under use. Hindu tho State but Since the organization of the Kenconditions, will Increase present-da- y has aided every fanner in America tucky Jockey Club, three years ago, "uctcfd when everything lse rails. FOR PERSONAL dally In Diftolvcd in water for HYGIENEttopp Humorous Man in .street car Has by Improving tho breed of horses. tho auromit distributed nt a rate far greater than Is neces in rnvout r'osuatio'? m:d ftmale dsuche T.'.rnci.se they nro the supronr sary for the preseratlon of th spe- anyono dropped a wad of notes with The War Department has repeatedly stakes and "purses averaged over pelvic catnrrh, ulccrction end Inflam-mntiogone on recoul In favor of the thor- $ll,o00, and tho jenrly total was as .tsuy, m ihfusands have testified. Recommended by Lydia E. cies. So also has the Philip herd, x rubber band round them? rinkham Med. Co. for ten yrara. fOU K'DNEYtL.JVERANO numerous Man Well, I'vo Just oughbred, without which tho Army fallows: which grew from Ave calves cap1!)10 A hcalinft ivonJcr for ; caturth, ? no7,itw.oo would not hue suitable remounts. i fGjKACH TROUBLE Dakota plains. found the rubber band. tured wild on the jMW)OiJO tore throat and oro eyr Economical. ".. 1920 In charge of Vllie Remount Son Ice, io b it - idictoc ever sold " rl40tiaj Hi .iUaonnu7 CH .11 J tnj - croiK! pnwrr, The Philip herd is now being broken 1021 l,2Sl,OSJ00 I I vaa S.-.United States Army officers, has esr.fufc,'li 'a counter. outgrown young husband) A flno tablished Iw ceding farms with thorlioila- -. M'n. 1 Nurse (to up and sold because it has ywil TPaynn ? 'ji1 p" tv"l 00 baby, sir. Total ...., oughbred stallions at their hrhid, Its range. The Kentucky .locket Clnb pay (getting things horses that hae luul their speed, Young husband courage and ohdiirnncce tried in con- oer $210,000 .each year Into Hie Glorious! mHed in tho excitement THE HOY WK LIKE tests on the turf. These great nur- st.ite Treasury in HoeiiM- - fees m.U or a mother Life. Am I a father Ohio County Additional in Suite, City " series will provlih the tjpe of Riv- l.i.s m who never mttkfcs fun of The l) alry lioto thnt the Armj needsj nnd .i:,.l County taxee. Customer Have you good musical every farmer in this country wtrjrjfot old ir With millions tf dollars ImoMeil I;, The v who does not cheat In instruments? only nhl the cause send ne 'IHtj fun lands deputed exelush'elv to t!, .CIUCCIT COURT e. Hng of IhoroUKhhnKN, ami otl,Pi Dealer Ye lude.d, our aro the , inniefl to thorough bied simla, lmt;Cgn woik Meet flrai Monday lii March Ml.iv nlio never call's anybody oest hi the town; can't be beat. The be 'r.murel of reupiwr a s.uhatanjtliil i i nii fmesied In Iiokch ihut imvt and July; third Monday xncerior In tho woild, Th KkI.m profit, ns the Wur Pcikirtnient is Customer Very sorry indeed. I ao matter wh.it anybody had n nl Priver bWIpi that the Ken- - and fourth Monday in November Good-daIn the maiket fur horsaj' of H H? n ted a drum. cnlls George 8. Wilson, Owsnshoro Lescfalatiiro, nijjde up "f leet Jurist; thb character. c ii "1 to i uo .5 rvei Tnf men, Com'tlu Attorney 91ovr H.' Cm ami lnis!ii-'od farmers .Jtiuins In Kentucky wnfer thovdl-ratio- n d yott think Air". Groot What-di' lefoae to distroy thfe valnablQ' of the Kentiuki Jitf'.py'.Crcb Calhoun. " ' up and saw the h,wi you woke ' The h who never lip- - Hwa white iMit fp'.v a crcd'' to (ho .Mute, 4Ht Is 'ti ulixh it him i'aretofore snnc- - Clerk Prank Blaok. puts on the charac- - jiirfllar going through your lms: I with the II. , lc uni.er.uiir..goii. sjsieu yorfecbit'n B. II. BI1U. Mauler Commissioner baud's clothes? ter Trustee Jury I'lintl L. B. Tlchenor. Jfrs Coots It trnck me that he io nver makrfl fun of a The COUNT V COURT i he could vss very amateurish about it. r something CO'lipit 16 men (luring tha lat three years ' SUE DECLAitfS iT ... Convenes first Monday In oacli i not holp. to obtain the government allotment , She J ruppose you never tVought The boy who gays "No" when asked for the wlfd of a man In the service. month: eriously of marrying?. Juriac R. R. Wedding. to do a wrong hlng. !S SIMPLY GRAND She lived with each victim Just long County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. He Sure I did. So I didn't. Tho boy who is always courteous enough to get the money signed over Clerk Guy Uanney. Homo News. to women nnd girls. to her. Her income amounted to 0-" Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: ' Tho boy who would "rather be $500 a month. Anyone who does not believe" that Charlottsville Woman Says Mack Cook, Iris Render, Goorgo right than be President. perpetual motion is possible should P. Jones'. Her Strength and Energy-Returne- d THE "TALK" OV A 11UXXV. Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason PRINCESS SUED BY JEWELER take 3 day's trip on the cars with a After Taking boy. Jiillei Nnt "Hudson. Little Susie, aged 6, walking along mr sf A Tanlac. QUARTERLY COURT Princess Fatima Sultana of When a country road with her .mother-suddenl1JL.UIES MBX l'OIl STVLES Afghanistan, who was received by Convenes first Monday In, each month. a "Oh! exclaimed: President Harding on her recent visbunny-rabb- it run down there!" FISCAL COURT The responsibility for it to this country, bought jewelry of gowns, short skirts and gauzy .stock"Nonsense, child; imagination," "It used to leave me so exhausted Convenes Tuesday after flrst MonMagan S. Dave.of New Yorkhe gave 1 ings rests on the men, declares Bish- to walk up stairs I Just had to He said her mother. day in January; v fl first Tuesday In A Safe Old Fashioned n promissory note. The nofe has not Susie was silent for n few mo- April and October, R. It. Wedding op Alma White of New York, head of down for an hour or two to rest and paid so the jeweler has brought been Remedy fer Worms the Elllar of Fire nomination. Wo- get my breath back; but since tak- ments; then: "Mother, is Paginat- County Judge, presiding. Seven ty.fiveyearacontin. suit for $2000. immodesty in dress is due to ing Tanlac I can climb the steps two ions white behind?" 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. man's ' ... 4 mm uou use It tbe best testim . man's cupidity, she says, and It is for or three times without having to stop 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towmonial FKEY'S TERMIFUCE RUCTIONS COMING mercenary purposes that woman has to rest," said Mrs. Henry Elliott, 21 GIAXT RADIO STATION' can offer you. Keep m bottle alwaya on NOW COMPLETE Q. B. Brown, Simmons. been forced before the public to be- Earley Building, Charlottsville, Va. rd District " hand. It vrill help keep A Southerner and a Northerner come tho object of criticism. "My stomach got out of order The J. R. Murphy, 4th District tho little onea healthy were discussing the remoteness of cerfive months ago, and at and happy. bare neck and chest is a trick to give about four or Buenos Aires now has ono of the backwoods districts In their re- tain 30eboll7ouidruxfK'or Sam H. Holbrook, Hart Jewelers a greater demand for their the time I got Tanlac I was In such most powtfrful radio stations in the 5th District tcncnl tote, or li your dealer spective sections. "Why,," said the wares, can't Kipplyjpou.wndhiiaam ford, R. F. D. No. 4. she declares, and every part of an awful fix I could hardly do my world. It consists of six towers each v atd 30c in alunpt and wa'U are towns in the Northerner, "there and you bottU promptly. her dress Is regulated so as to bring housework. I gave up eating first C30 feet In height, and in the first Oth District Mack Martin, 'Narrows, Berkshires that don't know to this In the most money. Women Is never one thing and then another because It S. FRET, fcltiaatt. L U. Rv F. D .No. 2. tests messages were received from day how the battle of Manila bay consulted about any of the details of hurt me so bad until finally I was Taylor, Beastations 15,000 kilometers distant. A 7th District J. Walter came out." ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. message being sent from San her cjothlng; she claims to be in hardly eating anything, but eVen "That's nothing," countered the dependent, but she wears Just what then I suffered great pain in my codo Francisco to Japan was picked up. HOARD OF EDUCATION Southerner, "there are hill regions tho male stomach for hours after eating. I It Is claimed that the station, which tell her to. Convenes First Monday In every my way where they don't know down m got so dizzy many times I couldn't la German bulU will be able to re- month.- Mrs, I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C WILL the Revolution is over." filUL WEDS GIllIi AS I'RAXK stand up. Nights I Just lay awake ceive messages from all over the and Secretary-Treasure- r. TAKE H'm," mused the Northerner. most 'of the time so nervous I world. R. A, Owen, Chairman, Hartford, "Then there'll.sure be something do In Boston, where 'they do "some- couldn't close my eyes, and often the R, F. D. No. G. ing when Jhey get word that the CIvllJ thing different" now and th,en, Ethel sound of running water upset me so "What were tho mulo driver's last W R. Carson, Ylce Chairman, Hnrt- war Is on." National T.Iju.tj. M. Kimball masqueraded as a man 1 had to cut It off before it ran words?" ford, R. F. D. No. 3. A Treatrcenl and married Louise Margaret. Eth- enough for mo to wash thq dishes. "He said, 'Stand still, Jenny, whllo Nat LIndloy, Centortown, R. F D. 1. (or WEAK T. Hath- Tan I curry your heels." Boys'' Magazine. Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam el gave her name as James "But the first three doses of way. When arrested and charged lac helped mo so much noticed 1 LUN6S 01 FOR FLETCHER'S Claud Renfrow, Dundee. with falsfying the court record she was ueuur, aim i jubi nein iiui'iuv- t Examinations'. CONSUMPTION pleading guilty; It was "only a Joke" Ing right on until now I'm so mngry School Diplomas , lor Common she said. about my meal I can hardly wcit unFourth Friday and Saturday In January, AMKItlCAN COXSUIi A IIEKO a til I get it on tho table. Everything feelinc LLatHlH fliLalH iiHialH and Second Friday and Satur- A QuIcL relief forlhit tired, SHOUT SKIRT IS night iwcatl. heinor couchs, paint in agrees with mo, too, and.niy stitngth day in May. To bo held In Fords-vlli- rhacei, weak lunu cbcit. or comumptlon. It jt data French papers reported the heroic 1JOOX TO GIRLS and energy have come back to me m sol help you it cost you nothing. Beaver Dam and Hartford. one eleven act of a man who was seen to leap My nerves never bother me a bit, and Lock, box 61 Cigarettes For Toachert.' Third OHIO MEDICAL 00. from the'cliffs into tho sea near Boua gioup of high-schoIn an address to COLUMBIIR a I sleep right on all night without (Friday and Saturday In May, Juno logne and rescue a drowning boy, but girls in Philadelphia, Mrs. E. waking up.. Tanlac Is simply grand." Except notice Is and September. as ho would not glVe his namo ho was O. Mlddleton of Kansas City declarTanlac is sbld. in Hartford by Dr given to the contrary tho latter exreferred' to. as a "handsome English- ed that tho short dress Is "hyglent, If L. B. Bean, and by all leading drugaminations will be held In Hartford. man." Later the American consul at nothing else can bb said In its favor." gists everywhere. Advertisement. LIV-VlR-L- AX OTHER OFFICERS Boulogno, W. W. Corcoran of Wash- She bald it was only natural that i R. F. Keown, Tn Commissioner ington, wab confined to his bed ill girls should want their dresses short An old hotel In Switzerland bears .Fordsvillo. , from exposure,, ami it was learned but that the length should be a "hapm over tho door tho ancient Roman Sun cj or C, S. Moxloy, Ford-vill- o thaf he was the handsome English- py medium." Modern women aro a White ISflii'PHciitnlltc Ira Jones, and llttlo lax, In hor estimation; smoking salutlon, "Hospes Salve," welcome man" in question. He Is uthletlc stranger. A Yankee tourist last Run. nn expert swimmer. and drinking got a flying start dur- summer,- - seeing the legend, cxclalm-od- : ' HARTFORD mm ing the war and things have not re 1 IIAV.Z Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. turned to normal. 'ihree TURKISH "Why theso here Swiss toilers beat Biankonshlp. OF THK VALLKV Friendly VIRGINIA Miijoi- W. C. Bishop, Secy. Sloan's Liniment for advertising. Council L. II. In a crowded street car afomalo got his salve-sig- n Gentlemen BURLEV ROCKPORT Lilies of the valley which are uni- strap-hangwas loudly complaining These Hospes has right over tho door of this here Robert L Green, Judge. versally admired may easily be added at the back of gallantry of tho men Peel right all the time. Don't lay of The perfect blend of the three ( hotel." from work for days by taking? calomel Lee W. Phorson, Marshall. to one's list of potted plants and occupying seats. Finally ono of them high-tone- d perfect cigarette tobaccos when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x kecpa yo Edd Cooper, Chairman. their blooms can be enjoyed in the looked up. "Do you believe in woon your feet, whiloroliovingyourtroubi in one perfect cigarette yacht King Georgo declares his W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. tho winter. Here's man's rights, madam?" ho inquired. -- house throughout le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dort one-eleve- n" Still! Mason, Treasurer. tako anything- else. You can't afford how to turn tho trick according to "Certainly I do," she flared back. will have to go to pacht, because sho gacht'. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ay takes a lacht of coin he hasn't the national garden bureau service: ".Thon stand tip like a man," he . tern an.d relieves constipation. A natWheeling-NewsJJefore the ground freezes too hard Tommy nnd Billy had been fight- ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure up from the Illly bed In the gardig rpsults. II ing on their way homo from school. in its effect and certain in Vc-La- x HAS OXLY 10 HUSHAXDS won't bo long beforo Liu- Old' gentleman (to street urchin) win den or lawn a number of the pips, The next day tho teacher received a completely displace calomel in over ones How old aro you, llttlo' boy? choosing only tho plumpest Children can tako it freely an? home., note to this effect; "Dear Madam Declaring herself to be n "nut on Urchin Fivo years. which contain flower buds. Transfor As ono of your scholars hit my boy with perfect safety. Every bottle guar, 'flower-pots- , a dozen or Old gentleman .You must be mis- - soldiers and sailors," Mrs. Helen Tay- half anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nnrii them to In tho eyo with a stono, ho can't see 'genuine without & Ku-nthe likeness and siprna. OidLceu&' pot. Leavo takon. You couldn't get that dirty so to ea'ch olght-lnc- h Bo will you please sos In-t- o of 22 years old, admitted tho Hi V.ST.H AVE. outIt?" It. them outdoors until thoroughly froz- - In flvo yeirs. Copenhagen Klod Drexler, In Chicago of having pinrrled L . WILLIAM, - Hftrtforil mj charge a. Then brJngrthein into the house, 'Hans BUFFALO HERDS OF TH0R0SIGH8RED IE A CASH OFFER v t $1.75 n Every Woman Wants ttr" world-famou- Hitters (o t?cnc -- n. -- nal t-- -- DIRECTORY 1 1 1 i i jwn-atuntl- y 1 - y! , iy s i Mothers use ld IreyS N -- aw low-neck- FortaeCMdreirL verttui ue S3 w I II ., n. m style-monge- rs i - lo YOU. OUR -- GERMINAL REMEDY rc Ohildren Cry OASTO R A KuflillPm MT FORGONE MONTH e, s ol USE WIXTKH-HLOOMIX- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. II r, )( a - cigarettes t. 10 'e- - 15fc20 o, is n- lr. inl e, u HT Punctured tiro could not piu n nntrti "QllMr'iT on a nuncturcil nalr of'trousors to END? SESSIONS! WT0 hor Young Springfield Ilopubllean , TllO COlMCl! 01' GUnOVa, Jnn. 11 t '" i.. !.,. --Tfv Inn 1A1a. 'Inlicnnmn gu III rnllnirn nntf un juiiiih ' vuiiuku : im- .. ." nu us . tho LcnKU0 ot Nntlonr, which has, inen do. norrenounclne marring, but I ... former years, uairying in 1inn alititn t Ant UFA ft If l. "' " l4.r .! 'j",u " '" nortnnt phases l to linvo a liroml putting It ofT to It proper time, so ndjourncul tonight until April -- G. ncnt placo on tho program of tho farfrom casting tnarrluge out of their The next meotlng will bo held at tenth annual Farm and Homo Con- reckoning, Vassar women proparo for t)onoVa w,,cn' ordlns to rcso vention to bo hold hero Jan. 31 and It In their study of tho problems of maternity and tho care of "ons ndoptdd today, the plan of 2. nntl 3, according to plans Feb. 1, " nB num,c sessions will bo followed, being mnde for tho ovont Exhibits being Toledo Blade Women nro said to otcept v;hon personalities nro Inootlngs of varol fine dairy cattle, maka Do discussed or other reasons ious dairy organizations and discus- be rapidly Increasing In height. ... 'I. snn,iinK closed sessions necessary. management ot sions relative to tho ts? Ur. Gactoa do Cunha, of IJrnzl, thelr-rlghtho herd wlirtaka up a large part of up for Inquirer A smart, was chosen president of Philadelphia the program. succoec Paul Hymanti, of Bel-an- y Among tho organUatonswhlch woman may bo ableto make a fool of,t Blum. mnn, but more often she doesn't. will hold meeting In connection with ,ii. ..N.i nn.i Today's session was taken up Iarge- part of tho convention program this woman J with discussions of tho minorities are the Kentucky Jersoy Cattle Club, kind of herolno- Is nn educated house- - n Clllcla and with dhmoiln of cur- -. own Kentucky Holsteln Cattle Club and who.. Is willing- to do her " rent business. Kentucky Manufacturers of Dairy The council created a permanent general a Galveston News-- As "Products.' advisory commission to take up the you get used to seeing a A number of prominent dairy au- thing, after question of the white save traffic already have been engag- woman In her now 'spring hat you thorities -- invite Great Britain, France, funny she looks. their ts ed to address the farmers and dairy- forget how Sun A woman never ,".! Japan, Spain, Denmark, Italy. Baltimore wives who are Interested In land, Rumania and Uruguay to name so stout but tho salesgirl who ing, according to the announcement. ' Inspection delegates. Include W. W. Fltzpatrlck, holds up a frock for her 'These will The council decided to send a secretary ot tho Amerlcnn Guernsey will 'say: "This is a sweet little metlcal com'mlsslon to tho Blnck ... Cattlo Club: C. 0. Vnhlkamp. parts to Common sense Sea and Mediterranean Toledo Blade Kentucky president of tho -- quarantine school-- , study the subjects of A- - Missouri pre- ."Dairy Cattlo Club; J. C. McDowell, scores again. re- - and disinfection, with a view to from tho United ma'am won a beauty contest but senl.or Malryman .paratlon ot a new imernauonn. Km- fused to go Into tho movies. Staters Department of Agriculture; Farm Jourtial You never catch tary code. Harry Hartke, Covington; W. B. The council did not act upon me ,,h nn,i fault with hli wife's ...- Skinner, secretary of the National U, IIIHII " nnnolntment of Dr. William Whee hand at U Dairy Show; C. Oscnr Ewlng, Louls--vlll- cooking trying his lock Peot, director of the American Howie, Anchorage, 'Clnr- - He knows better. J. M. as -. tir..l...nH It nrtv wnrnTin Tilliln Sncletv at Constantinople, ;tvu Smith. LnOrance- and Mrs. i,., """T"" o wnmcu m In,ft- ienffUO'. commissioner In Tur ", IIIO cioinsu T Honnlnc. Shelbyvllle. J.J. Itnnn- - hnil all tho women would nave to go T? lnMllnli fha Tvtiltn slavn or, head of thfe college dairy depart- rest of of traffic as well as the condition barrels ment also will tnke part In tho pro- n Lincoln' Star-W- hen Christian girls In Turkish harems the brlda gram. which Dr. Peet agreed to accept It Fltzpatrlck will tell of tho promises to obey, she waives- her Blven adequate authority. Mr. Isn,'t a permanent Guernsey breed of dairy cattle, Mr. richts- but it jclljvrote him asking if he would, in- explain how It Is posMcDowell will many.yestlgate tho charges of atrocities and Youth's .Companion How .. sible for fanners tJ start with the . Ills re- i i,ann ' ovrospa In the Near East. ... c" men " farms and herds already ply Is expected to bo favorable. mnln liw lliolr- wlVOS? liulld a high producing one while Mr. 1.I..UU " .....- News The trouUlo Ttnrllncton qt needed dairy legTHEFT-PROO- F Hartko will tell HOUSES a lot of wives is that, If given islation In tho State. Mr. Skinner with I'Uti J..iyuun IB Ultur.ll , they skip siin u. rope enough, will discuss he relation of dalrylur em Enquirer Glvo Cincinnati to present day farming. Washington, Jan. suspenders and anything National tlon in a fewhett-proo- f warsbbusss will satisfy the opPat was shaving himself In tho party. Might as veil clear of 38.000,000 gallons of en air, when his landlord came Woman's now so widely scattered thru-hav- e the slate of all demands, for w.o31 whly. country, again was urged by along. to do it sooner or later. God out'tho "Do you always shave outsldo?" International roveuuo officials' .wno ii the latter Inquired. before a House Com- a man TImes-W- hen Wathenn "Faith, I do," replied Pat. "Do eve'r i mltteo comes famous every girl who yez think I'm The committee was told that such. snubbed him as a youth looks upon m a concentration would result In the herself as having been his sweet reduction of what was described as ,innrn'leakaE0" as well as a saving of JLa i;nnnesiuu uuuv of cost women ruled the world 2.- - ?500,000 anually In the For Infants and Children ...; rhriBt- niinrdlne the stocks. Members of the .u. 1.1..1, -- .. mo bou Years Theyyears ueiuro ruled It 1321 years " In Us For Over committee suggested that the also havji. enue officials draft lglslatlon en- . Always bears , 8 the 'Cleveland Plain Dealer Whether, bodying their Ideas and forward It Z&Z&K Signature of or not you agree wfth the Hon. Alice, to the bureau. , Robertson. M. C ?u are compeUed A pessimist Is a man who, thinks " , : MAKES THE WORK GO BETTER I the world is against him. And ho is liuiu iiifcb.t.b "." " "t probably right. London Punch. does noUhn a fight and who toadies Are sink, stove, worktablo, and . The French sarlastlng peace comes to other Important parts of your kitchwith security. Everyone who Is reaen well lighted? Every kitchen lasting sesonable must admit that Pleurisy pains are located Just needs good artificial lighting as well curity hinges on peace. Louisville tho short ribs. Lumbago affects as plenty of daylight, and sun during Courier-Journa- l. the same region but toward tho back. some nart ot tho day. Dark, gloomy SO bilThe soviet has paid Poland In Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the remelion marks. This is nearly enough, dy In either case. If rubbed In thor- kitchens may often be transformed an cheerful workrooms by cutting "to buy a fairly to In tho Unlte.il States, oughly It eases pain, relaxes tho mus- additional window or even by paint-ln- c good outfielder. patient can move about ' As wo understand It, Russia's main cles and tho walls and woodwork a color that Price 30c, fre6ly and comfortably. reflects rather than absorbs light. Re- -r are statesmen with brains and needs 60c and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by nectors behind wall lanips and lights foreigners with capital. Galveston m Ohio County Drug Cq. help In throwing light where It Is N&Js. . 4 most-needthe United States De!.i reply to v"What Is tho world EARLY HATCHED PULLETS partment of Agriculture finds. coming to?" we say "Amerlcn." BOOST POULTRY PROFITS Wltchla" Beacon. .Gough We all have our upi and Bovlet leaders 'say they Russian 14. Kan downs. -. t l..inn Vv Tan LKMuiB'u", "''i are remodeling the, governmen.1 after have an opportunity j Eagar Yes; even a footpad will the western pattern. When they ar- tucky farmers range to give every man and woman to realize greater profits fropi their knoclt you down before he holds you !,..,. flnr.1 if thiv will hatch their'... -- 1 Up, of voting ago a vote, and guarantee' I""""' - ..w. to as" cast, they will have pullets- early In order for thorn to count It winter made a good beginning. Toledo start lavinc next fall and accordBurn That grocer certainly gives when eggs are high priced, Blade. light weight. I bet he was a profibeing' made by the English is the official language ing to suggestions during th war. College of Agriculture. The first teer conat tho Washington disarmament Stern Oh, no, he was mess ser- nhould be out by March 1 and , ference, but Interpreters are provid- hatcn 0tttut.Leglon Weekly, Jn May l m.a ed for those who can only srJeak Am- tho last,pne not later than order for farmers to take advan London Evo. erican, "How many halves in a football tags ot the opportunity to have wln- - game?" Tho farmers may bo tho backbone I , Ifti. atrtra of the country,. as so often has ueeu." "There are seven ;Two halves ot the Fr,esh eggs are highest In the late game, the right arid left half oneach claimed, but nobody Is denying that . ii. ,i.. n i.n. ihn fall and winter because hens stop- eleven, and the quarter on each team." poultrymen say. HowevJawbone ot the country Cincinnati , laying, tho Chicago Trlbun. Rock, Wyandotte and ' er- - Plymouth Enaulror lay- pullets begin y Patience Is a great virtue, especial-- , nhode Island .Red A STRIKING EXAMPLE "ly to those who Invested heavily lit Mng wnen nooui seven monms om aim A man with cowardice Imbued eggs af- 1' , Grjrman marks when they were '!.. hatched . early, iwill supply Would eyen .strike nn attitude, . nn-ucsuuiuo, ier nens Slop lupine. t Ai.nvno 'i- around 4 cents. And feel quite safe in the attack, . Columbus Dispatch. norcas and jiens ot the lighter breeds Since an altitude can't strlko back. six months Duluth Herald. Boston Herald Begun your men- begin' laying when about tal training for tho Impending income old. tax returns? Green What, did poor old Steve Matty Hfllo, Joe! Golnv to th' ,. i. m leave his son? doctor's again? I thought he had Keen Oht he left him the capaciVIKWB.AHOUT .WO.MEN. curod you of your old complaint. ty for hard work which he hlmselj Joe fie did, but I've got another as Inherited from his father. It was Toleilo Blade Somebody has found ono now. quits as good as new;" Stove didn't that women voters are a puzzle. EviMntty What's" the matter with In use It much, dently they are as mystifying you now, Joe? politics ns In their lovo affaire. I j0e why, I Jes got his bill this WIl-'- OF MAX'OK course, Providence- - Bullqtln-- Of morning. v ON PARK BOARD President McCracken of Vnasar was women :Joklng when ho declared that Doctor Blunt Hang that teleLew' Shank. ReDublican.was again Is DO years ahead of man. Every- phone I was too Into. elected n)ayor qf Indianapolis. ,Hls Is far too body knows that woman Wife What, was the patient dead, wife, Sarah, a Democrat, held him to fond of man to separate hersolf from darling? promise and Is now his him by all that distance: "Dead? No, he was all. right, holding down a seat on the park Waterbury Republican Men wear again' London Opinion. board, where sho will tell the adminclothes according to weather. Glrla istration where to get off. Tho huv also wear clothes according to required the mayor to appoint a Demor not. whether they're In style FOR FLETCHER'S ocrat on board, and he decided that Cincinnati Enquirer Msmy a modhis wife would bo the best selection. f a a, patch on ern girl who can put CONVENTION TO DEAL WITH DAIRY PROBLEMS . "-"- 1fJp ; i :'""" .'::.; ." ..".: "-- i I hold-childre- n. ' ,, ...,. j For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale. Bills," Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire invthe way of Paper and Printed-Matter- . ' In fact, we Po-ge- J i Pa-lilc- , BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, cSso., IK" STOCK. " ' " -- ,.-- o; .,. wiii .- "-.- -- ' y ..."b something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE ' ' HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. :. If You-have on.-the- ir sBir-ma- .iu., "-- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED prar W HARTFORD, KENTUCKY r CASTOR TA 30 !". lT" no-on- e. " . ... .... WOULD BE "! v- ITS, -- bo-lo- w ed', --- JUST:,. Then give hon - j pounds of milk. The previous state i "WOXDER CHILD" MARRIES : record was neia or xseijie wayne gn or to whom honor Is due. I Ullkje, a Holsteln cow of the same I ' Dr. Winifred Sackvllle Stoner, au . .. LiCl uiu wuiiiiuwHu wMpli pnmnlpfprl .n vfljir's Yiavrl tnr. IprturAr nnrl nrlfrlnntnr fit thn Rees Pogue's verses In the Indiana this month with a record ot 16,863 "natural education method for Farmer, dedicated to "The women on of milk. The previous rec- - drem" has Just made public tho mar- the farm." nrA TOno kotrl hv n Wpst Virginia Tin!- - rlnca nt hnr dniitrhtpr. Vlnlfrflrt Rack. pro- You can talk about your acres and verslty Holsteln, with a milk iAn vllle, Jr., to Charlesa Phillip do Bruco, -n ii .a i j.,vuv ' gi rans lusi Augu. liml.l,..J o.. tviuuicu auction recora Ul huuui ," your lands of growln' grain ond," ns she is known In literary clr-sheep and cattle, , '.Bout the hogs and ' ' ' cles,is the youngest person to apeear and the way they turn you gain; POCKETS in "Who's Who" and although but 19, We will grant you've made a fortune WOMEN CAN SEARCH v years old has scored many notabl- Jes at tlllln' of the soil, SumIn nn opinion handed down by achievements as an author, suffrage' And you've filled' the bank at with the sheckles of your toll. jAtrc. n at Tiriicn of Mniden. Mass.. worker, lecturer and historian, Hec mit I nnVillo nnnMmnrn ria nf ttm Jlftpr i -- r- -- j, uciyius wupvomen are jubiiiibu iiu t.HtKlM il.nm - flraf to money from their husband's of .four when she delivered a speech. All your land is fenced, and dotted selves m Pittsburg on "Natural Education." with the buildings you have from - . pockets. The decision was reached Alphonso Dlesco.f ound She Is famous as the "wonder child, in the case of ed Dlesco of a wonderful mother." At least You've "an auto and a tractor, and a guilty of assault on his wife. r mumcr u, BU. I said he found his wire going mru nis thousand things unnamed. ! .a . .t . I H it 99 me ask you, Mr. Farmer, pockets ana punisnea ner ior u. iou But, let She What could be more useless (were wronjr." the Judge declared: ,.,ii,., o,..n um. ninrm. spent Just making mon- th nickena vou'd have maSe It. "from the beginning of time it has (than a life ttw right of, women ey? heen the Inalienable thout the women on the farm?He A life spent Just trying to to take money from tneir nusoana s make money, my dear. Legion " Them 'at cooks, and scrapes tho kit pockets." Weekly. ties, i a v5-1Passenger Say Captain; Is there tn snowy loaves, bakes the bread Physician, looking Into his anteno hope no hope whatever? Makes the butter, does the washln,' shin Nnno room where a number ot patients are Pnninln nt tha olnt-ln-t and ironln' of the blothes, waiting Who has been waiting the-t all, sir no hope at all! Stirs the feather beds of mornings, i I longest? passenger Just my iucki una house to dust and sweep, Tailor, who has called to presejit eat any cucumbers for oMa i thl nnnnin- - tn its season of the wo""--- ' a bill I have doctor. I delivered ner for fear I'd have Indigestion! , fruits for Winters keep. vears aeo. thn clothes to vou three v v- -t v IVashlngton Post. I tit chll-poun- ds M A act-poun- .,i.j -"- . 'j, n- w ; , Then- - 'at tends to flocks of chickens, '. go pa,ssln on. been hoastln,' Mr, Farmer, on your arm there Do you think that you'd have made It, 'thout the wonen on the farm? . i hoes Does a days You've the garden, mows the lawn, thousand' other items as the THE "OLD RELIABLE" THEDFOBDS BLACK OHAUGHT White Haired Alabama Lady Says She -, There are women tha.t will grumble say, "the, men from sun to sun Do . i -- their work In field .an,d furrow, but a woman's nevordone' With the tasks that gather 'bout her,". and somo men will pout and swear "That the women have It easy, and their days aro free of care." But I guess It's" flfty-- f lfty so when hoastln' ot your gain Try to give the women credit, who have worked with might and1 main. For remember, Mr. Farmer, though successes 'round you swarm, You'd havo never made It 'thout the women on tho'farm. mm Has Seen Medicines Coa Black-Draught and Go But The "Old Reliable" Tfcdfcrd's Came and Stayed. Sour stomach an4 ht to her frjends and sick headache can be relieved by taking ford's It aids digestion, also neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Jackson County lady, said: "I am sslsts the liver In throwing olf ImpuriDullon, Ala. Black-Draugwell-known Black-Draug- In recommending Thed- - feeling after meals. gelling up In years; "my head Is prelty ties. 1 I am glad to recommendBlack V, tl . PRIZE MILCH COW HAS RECORD OF 10,200 LBS. have seen medicines.and reme- Draught, and do, to my friends and while. dies come an go but the old reliable neighbors." Thgdford's Is a atari- came and stayed. 1 am talking oi a liver medicine we have.used ard household remedy with a record el Black-Draught, Black-Draught for years-j-on- e that can.be depended up- over seventy years of sucGMeful mm. Every one occasionally need something to help cleanse the syster ot ImpOritiM. Insist upon Thod- Try Black-Draug- pre-electi- Children Ory C AS T O R A 'Morgantown, W, Vn., Jan 14. on and one that will do the work. West Virginia's' record milch cow Is will relieve Indigectlon Johan Potter Belle, a prlzo Holsteln, of tho herd of L. V. Harner, a dairy- and constipation It taken right, and I know man, ot near Sabraton, which has or I tiled it. It Isllie best thing I have Just completed a year's regjstry test lot iH VU, uncomfortable with a record ot more than 19,200 "Black-Draug- ht lord's, the genuine. At all druggists. a ' 4 V J"" , I il The ON i THE MAKING OF MATCHES Trie The Scrap Book 1RILLIANT, DON'T YOU KNOW! fchlnese Factories Now Are Producing Thousands of Tons, to the Great Alarm of Japan. ift W Therp Is n Joy In considering tile olfl NO WORK FOR TUNER THERE PROBABLY SORRY HE SPOKE verse which told of lions having other lions iipim their hncks to bite 'cm, the i Really Very Simple Reason Why Shop Proprietor's Statement Naturally EnjjKah Schoolboy'. Humor Not Exprocess continuing nd Infinitum. Caller Was Unable to See Piano Original, But 'Many Think comes the out of the Fnr East Appealed, to Customer's Seme actly In That House1. Interesting Intelligence that the Chof Humor. He Is Right. inee have gone Into the manufacturyour plnno?" nsked the "Can I tune The proprietor of a certain shop is The temper nt the leaclicr who was ing of mntches, nnd are so diligent and mnn nt the door. presiding hwt JJie drowsy class was skillful In the business, that the' for ever scolding his employees for It will be a great big chunk off "No!" replied niipronclilnB the trade Is becoming fearful of the mistress of - In the matter of nul of Its tether. .their progress, ns competitors, Hie the regular prices bn Men's -n ho possible snlcs. T ho youngsters Cincinnati Enquirer states. and Boys' Suits and Overcoats. shnrply, , were so exaiper-ntlncl- y Ono day, hearNot so long ago the American mar, ' "Indeed, inn'nm I ing nn assistant nmicy flint kets were Hooded with cheaper ImitaAlso Ladies' and Misses' Coats Perhaps Mt has sny ton customer: their Instructress tions of the cheap Swedish matches, and Coat Suits. been tune il 'No, wo hnve not trembled with which coinpcto with the sturdier and lately?" s righteous anger. hnd any .for n more dependable turned "No, It hasn't l" long time," the The lesion was out ns profusely in America. It was snapped the proprietor, unnble hout the history not thought that ..there could be mnde woman. to of machine. Tlicy nnythlng worse than the Scandinavian, countenance Men's Suits, regular price $13.50, now "Then shouldn't it be attended, to fit such an admission, began to work himbnd teadred upon Edison unit Ills product, hut when the Jnpnnese fraud $10.00 once?" self Into the; uunl rnge. Fixing a The hoys, however, arrived, this view was revised sharpJIen s u.lts regular Pnce $18.50, now. . . . 14.50 "I don't think so," Returned the glassy ,.ye on his nsslstnnt, he said rtrsptte il lesion's Interesting theme, ly. Men s Suits, regular price $25.00, now 19.25 to the customer: were Ulnrglc and Inr.y. If It Is possible thnt the Chinese woman. Men s Suits, regular price $30.00, now "Will It not spoil?" ventured the "We have plenty In reserve, mn'am 24.(Kf TSir, tfen," the teacher asked, Im- hnve heen able to mnke.the matches plenty donnstnlrs!" patiently, "from whnt was the first at a lower .cost. than their Nipponese Men's Suits, regular price $35.00, now 27.50 "No I" Whereupon the customer looked v tnlkla. tmclilnu nmde?" rivals, then Indeed they hnve accom"Are you quite sure?" ' dazed ; and then, to the ninnromrnt of Ttie class pricked up Its ears. Here plished the miraculous, nnd the world "Perfectly I" answered the woman, the proprietor, burst Into hysterical was a ctyMicc to slilnc. For tWo will npplaud .them for the feat. Aplaughter nnd walked out of the shop. seconds forty minds sought forjsome-IMb- r parently success has come to them, growing Impatient. "Won't you let me see It?" persisted "Whnt did she sny to you?" debrnlny. Then n shuHlIng of feet four large factories at Tlen-tslBoys' Suits, regular price $5.00, now be$ 3.75 manded the proprietor of the assistant. nt tie hack, and n voice: "Please, ing needed to supply the demand, the man. Boys' Suits, regular price 8.00, now " 'We'hnven't had any rain lntely.' " "No, I won't let you see It J" 6.00 mfsR, a rlhl" Loudon which Is measured by the thousands of Boys' Suits, regular price $10.00, now "Uut why, ma'am?" continued (the 8.00 ions. If they are being shipped to ' He Says He Saw This. Kind of Dog Worth Owning. Boys Suits, regular price $12.00, now this country, as undoubtedly they will tuner. 10.00 "Because we hnven't got n piano," A Now South Wales correspondent A SJieltignn reader writes tlie Monbe, It Is to be hoped thnt the triumph, Boys' Suits, regular price $15.00, now replied the woman. . says, according to his experience with 11.25 treal Family Herald: "Some yenrs over the e Japanese imitation snakes that they do not burrow their ngtr I pinrtetl to raise chickens In an of the erratic and independable. SwedNo Affidavit Goes With Ths. own holes but simply take up the Incululor. I had n little ish splint has not been effected domic les of probably at the times ami she evinced the through the sncrlilce of efllcloncy lu A .correspondent sends the follow- ready-nindKTMicst Interest nil through the three striking tire nnd holding It. Nothing ing, which, he vouches for: "In July "outed" or certainly ousted mice, Regular price $5.00, now when I wns nt work near Hrockville, lizard, nnd other earth-borinOno- - night I xvrelcs of Inclination. ;$ 3.75 fnunn. could be worse. ' Fia., a farmer's wife called to me, lay- He also snys: "Last spring a 4 ft. Regular price $8.00, now awottc with Topsy's cold nose on my 6.00 ing n large gopher smike was robblnc crentn-blnglefemale check nnd on getting up I found the NEW WAY TO FOIL Regular price $12.50, now . '. . . . 10.OO ROBBERS her" hen's nest. I hurried to tirespot ' nnke wns wriggling nwny from me chicks had commenced to hntch. I Regular price $22.50, now nnd saw n snake which measured fi1 when she suddenly threw n twister, 18.00 had quite a time to keep Tojlsy from Regular price $25.00, jiow tearing the liicuhtitor off the bench, Hard to Get Away With Satchel That feet taking eggs from the nest of a formed eights nnd tried to tie hersr-J-f 19.75 Is Equipped Wth a Powerful common barnyard fowl. The nest was Into n brace of granny-knot- s and then where It sat Next ilny I took-- a chick Alarm Gong. along a hedge near the road. Quickly Just to the dog, who I walked and shaking my linger nt the picking up n hoe I struck the reptile spot, but fulled to ncertnln where vixus Jumping up to get It, I scolded . Holdup men who have been special Just ns it swallowed the last egg In she had gone, till finally I moved n her mid rticn put the hlrd on the " " izing in (he robbery of bank messen-- the nest and severed the head from siunll, dry and hard piece of bovine Regular price $25.00, now floor beside Iter. After n while she $19.75 carriers will not chlcl; and carried It to her gets, and pay-rothe body nnd then" picked the muti- manure nnd thus dNcloved a hole took the Regular price $30.00, now In the .Invention of the Iutest lated remains up by taking hold of After replacing the lid I noiselessly re24 00 hed and lay down with the chick Regular price $40.00, now 30.00 . smuggled tn her thrnnt. She often secmity satchel, designed, ns It is, to Its tall, nnd ns I did so six eggs, nil tired. Later 1 visited the spot ngaln, took a sick chicle to her bed. This prevent their silent getaway, says tha unbrotyeir, rolled out .on. the grass nnd nnd found tjmt the lid had boon moved If you are in need of anything in tliis Scientific American. The satchel Is soft sand. The grateful .woman who to one side: hut in the evening the ilop pue ivanilug of fire on throe different Dccnslons. The Inst time $:),000 ordinary enough la appearance, save cnlled to me gnthered tic eggs up" set door once again coven'd the' liole. . line you can't afford to miss this op- worth of tbulter, ready to linul, and that it Is of blecl. In the lid It car- them under nn old "hen.nud In due Vet day simitar' ninne,iivcrlng wns portunity. a set or camps that cost $1,200 would ries' ii mounter bell, Operated by two course or time all of these eggs ;ntrte.d out by both parties concerned Very truly yours, On the third day I mnde n call enrly, hav been destroyed If I hud heen ten dry cells, uhlch are capable of ringing hatched." the alarm continuously for six hours. met the lady in the grn'o', mid saw minutes Inter gvttlng there. Good little Tony.w He snys the dog wns his The switch Is hidden In the grip her hurriedly enter "the hole nnd No Partiality About This Judge. handle nnd has two buttons so nr- the lid with a final constant companion f or ten. j cars. Hillsborough County Judge J. I,. ranged that when the messenger dls- nMSMini arrested by a Tampa (Fin.) sweep of licr tall." cmers'thgt he Is being held up he cau motorcycle policeman, Who charged Height of Generosity. Fatal Dose for Swan. When the church In Newton, Mass., instantly push one of them. that he had operated nn automobile The alarm will go off nnd stay off, without proper licence, bound himself n 'attciKlfil u,v Darius Cobb, the Not content with crumbs thrown to It by a inciilc iinrty at Fresham pond, ,n tIm 11.fn, painter, was trying to raise nnd can be heard for n distance of ;.. rt Surrey, Kuglnnd, n covetous swan money tn lift the mortgage, n mass half a mile The .second button Is for ; JuilRa Ha,ard held a'prellndnnry adjustment and leads to a , meeting-.vro, held to solicit contribufoum, hn8elf d stole a piece ,pf Jam tart which had . , , , , , , been put nside'becnuse several wasps tions. It came Mr. Cobb's turn to tell delayed action thai holds the ringing , ,f up iur leu ur luumj- srcuiius vnuugu court, what he would give for the cause. nnd then ordered that he be re- hnd, settled. upon it. Apparently the and,-on54.68 Addio JIao Walircc, 100-a- . .. 8.11 "I haven't any money, but I'll give to enable the messenger to make his leased from custody on his own recog- wasps were still on the tart when the Jno. Murphy, tovyij lot 1 a. ' No. 31 13.12 getaway from the Immediate range of nizance, declaring' lie swan swallowed It, for u moment Inter picture," lie said. & ?3 Herbert felt reasonably .When all the contributions were In the holdup mail before the latter dis- certain he would be present in court the bird screeched in pnln, lashed the Mrs. Eliza Robinson, 80 a. . . . 9.54 W. H. Hask'lns 45 a 6.157 Is up against. No. 10 Select , water with hend and wings, nnd afMrs. Mary Pleasant, 55 acres . 1324 It was found there wns still a deficit, covers what-h- e when the case was called. We must agree with the inventor .. 5.10 nrk Daugherty, 12 o. ter flying wildly round the lalce, fell and the members of the congregation No. 32 Arnold dead. A flock of other swans watched Mrs. Florence Flener, 25 a.. . 3.S5 Tobe were asked to Increase their donations. that no crook is likely to march Allen (heirs) 50 a -through the streets carrying a ringing 4.57 the bird's death struggle In fright All right," said Cobb. "I'll do ray C. H. White, 78 a 12.88 J. W, Allen. 100 a .. 8.11 share. Til raise the price of ray pic satchel, or to get very far with It if No. 11 Horse. Urnnch B. H. Burden, 2.4 a An electric invalid chair has been hq attempts it. ture to $300," Legion Weekly. 949 J. A. Dyers, 30 a 10.91 Sul Cotton, 20 a i, ,i "i. W Certainly, until the stick-uartists Invented. , g1o .. J. H. Crowe, 20 a 7.17 Frank Curatnlngs, 50 a. L. . . . . 17.65 mm learn how to put the mufller on the cS-9f William Underhill, 09 a 18.33 E. E. Cfabb, 140 a bell Instantly and permanently, the 29.11 new trick ought to bo effective. And SHERIFFS SALE H. B. Green. 25 a No. 12 Rosin o t ok that Is all that could be asked, for the 5.11 1 Perry Morris, 100 a L.J. Allen, 7 a 15.99 who Is coping with a robber man For State, County Anil School Tax, Frank Arnold, 30 a v 14.86 Mrs. F. Swihart, 68 a 4.5 must expect to change Ids plan of camfor 1021 Albert Austin, 89 a. 13.56 S. C. Smith. 114 a. . . '. ig.84 paign as fast as the thief learns what Ermine Crowder, 27 a 9.)1 No. 34 Simmons. It is. Notice Is hereby gfven that I, or J. II. Goodwine, 26 a C.ll Mrs. Mitchel Eider, 12 a 5.82 one of mydeputies will on Monday, C. H. Haven, 27 a 9.01 J. L. Miller, 12,39 Trackless Trolley Abroad. February 6, 1922 between the hours Pearlle Logsdon, 40 a 6.51 Graves Southard. 1 town From a German periodical, lot.. 9.36 of 10 o'clock a. m. and 2 o'clock p' A ,S. Monroe, 500 a 77.61 Additional and Maschlnenbau, we Book No. 33 m., at tho Court House door In Hart- Jno. Probus, 3 a 4.37 Mrs. Ora Alien. 90 a buses lenru that electrically-drive7.91 ford, Ohio County, Ky., expose to L. Renfrow, 6 acres 10.32 Mrs. Rebecca Brown, 95 a. . . . 15.22 connect Vienna with a suburb a short piiblic sale for cash in hand, the fol- E.T. Schrooder, 35 a S.80 J. D. Chappell, 40 a distance away. These trackless trolMr. Quack: Yes, air, I was ter9.54 leys run on pneumatic tires and are ribly so Floyd Wilson, 12 a 4.53 Mrs. Robert Deckor, 1 town lot 5.82 but I find two lowing described property, or trolley line on which fed from a double much thereof as may be necessary to T. J. Watson Jr., 20 a 7.94 L.J. Dawson, 70 a. A HORRIBLE DREAM 19,08 carriage, pair of extra strong eyeglasses fixes pay State, County and School tax due rolls a small contact-makinNo. 13 Kast Ucnicr Dam Wlllio Graves, 100 a He: Haven't I seen your face, connected with a flexible cable to the me alright '23.06 thore'on and unpaid, and the Interost Leslie Taylor, 1 town lot w somewhere before? 3,09 Mrs. Lydia Harelip 25 a. 10.96 car. The length of this cable can be She; t don't know. I'm sure I penalty and costs thereon. Horse Remembered Friend. No. in Mcltcnry. Lee Nelson, 30 a wound around a 5,09 varied, ns Its end is saw yours, only after eating never About a. year ago a farmer residing No. 1 East Hartford J. S. Smith, 3 acres 11.47 B. M. Smiley, GO--a take-udrum. Approaching cars have 5.13 a welsh rarebit at night four miles from Springfield, III., took Dy whom listed No. acres amt. tax .No. 10 Crntcrtovwi J. S. Sheldon, 37 a to stop when passing each other, ex8.11 to-veterinary, when the $ 8.05 M. L. Ashby,"50 a change their cables and proceed ngain. his horse Jas. Z. Gray, 50 a 11.75 Mike Tlerney, 1 town lot Remarkable Coincidences. 12.21 by two motors, animal wns sick with colic. We are Mrs. Margaret Gray, 70 a. . . . The cars are driven ,.. 6.71 Joe E. Bishop, 2 a A case remnrknble for its coinci5.03 Earl Tolbert, l town lot 4.03 that the horse was sick again a built Into the rear wheels. They are told weeks ago and dences has been disclosed at the k... 8.31 R. W. Taylor. 177 a 49.77 the'fanuer called G. W. Hohelmer 45 a. 2 T. L.. 27.58 E. K. Bishop, 33 a few direct current multipolar, hospital, where Mrs. John N. V.. . . 27.83 L. M. Hatcar, 100 a W. K. Hardin, 40 a 29.03 Noifltodriciit. lt motors, transmitting their a veterinarian. When he arrived at Dates and Mrs. George Gates are paa Virginia HIne3, 40 a 2.80 M.M. Hoover-G13.50 Bunk Allen, 72 a niiy gears. The" the farm, the bnrn "door was found Miss 10.25 tients. They are lifelong friends, were power directly without N. E. Martin, 45 & a. .' 31.05 Mrs. JullaCook, 70 a. ,..-..- .. No. I (Sulphur Springs kicked down' and tho horse was gone. buses accommodate 24 passengers, Till) 31.87 born on the same day, stricken at the animal was found Inter standing Mrs. Mary Brafcher, 66 a 8.82 Mrs. Lena White 2? a 18.43 Jno: Camp', 1 town lot same Ume, operated upon the same but can carry ns ninny ns 40 Scien- nt the 3.87 door of the "horse hospital" in Pal Coots, 46 a No. 17 Smnlllious 13.40 J. W, Dunn, 50 a day for the same ailment and are both tific Anierlcnn. .'' 811 Springfield, where It wns treated last R. O. Fielden, 20 a A. H. Boyd, 86 a. 6.18 49.00 J. M. Dunn, 2 a Improving. Iiefore their marrluge Mrs. , 1.45 ) ear. No. 18 East Fordsvlllo W. T. Wright, 50 a. .....-- . 10.73' BeOtofa; Embry, 30 a. bal. ,v Bates was a Miss Kiniiiu Van Pelt and , Something to Fall Back On. 3.62- . wus n Miss Einmu Van Craig, 40 a .. .Tas. H. Wright, 124 a. 9.38 Mrs.-J'J0,.04 Otis Mr. Gates J. Sljsher, 40 a Little Owen lived near a southern 8.69 Sheep's Prank Costly. Zant. 19.32 Mrs. G. M. Craig, 62 a '.12.55 Elmor Harrison 5 a Juo H Wright, 88 a Indiana town where u hub factory' had 8,11' A flock of sheep was being driven S"0 a... . . ., . . 12.52 new Industry Walter Marlow, No. 5 Magna Just been built. Tho R. Karnes, 70 a '33,07 Hard to Kill This Snake. had Just caused n great deal of dis- along Upper street. Islington, England, J.'W. Dabblt, 27 a 6,53 O.lden Lake, 50 a 8.51 C. H. Pierce, 1 town lot '7.41 says thnt this cussion nmong his elders ns to In- when one of them suddenly oecnute An Australian lender 4.57 Mrs, Charlie Sponcor, 75 a. . '7.31 Mrs. George D. Mnttlngly, 250 by tlie tridlie and Jumped D. A. Hondrlx, 57 'a. summer when traveling lu u creased propei ty values, sale of tim- nlnrmed Mrs. May Whither, 1 town lot 5.82 acrea No. 0 Cromwell through Jhe plflte-gla's- s window of u 121,96 Duick, fully loaded, and ber nnd opportunities for employment. , -- No. 10 West Fordsvlllo 31.05 Daliey PucKett, 1 town-lot.- .. r 3.85 brakes partially applied, he went Owen one day went ncross the sunny costimier's shop. The window was Guy Faught, 80 a.w with 8.65 T.mA. Rvans, 70 a 17.19 Richard TrRoss, 1 town lot . . 1.21 tiger snake. Tho fields and up a hlU to the whl furm-hous- e slmttered and the sheep badly cut, G, W. "Poole, 41a right oteruu but the whole Hock followed their A Jasper Greer, 1 town lot 5.49 Ezklol Rico, 1 town lot No. 7 Cool Springs Miueczti didn't eu'ii stop him. The where his 2.78 Arle'na Kirk, 53 a7 2.42 Sam T. Smith, 1 a.; i tow nlot 1.30 total weight of (lie load, exclusive of was spending the summer uftcrnoon leader through the falling glass Into L03II0 and Lester Davenport, the shop. .'.", the car, was S00 pounds. Jfo., 20 Aetnnvillo 36.56 . on the wide porch. A short time aft C. T. Taylor, 19 a. . . . , 175 a, 7.77 . erward nn aunt, listening to tlie con- - j 5.11 Louisa Payne, 75 n EvtretfGreon, 3J a. Emma Thomas, 20 a. 6.27 Liverpool Claims Biggest Clock. Cow Well Supplied With Legs. versntlou between tno two, neurit titfl Strange, 1 towa lot 10.16' Alna Thomas, 1 town lot 42.73 J. T. Kitchens, 200 a Liverpool, England, claims to have Eakel farmer of Fuirlleld, In., has a cow following : A Noj 22 Olaton No. 8 'North Itoclcport. Adrane Tlchonor, 1 town lot . 1.34 "Ovvjmi, whnt are jou going to do the biggest clock In the world. Its dial tliat has live legs. Tho llftli leg grows " 11U0 Colored. Is 20 feet lu diameter, two feet more Green B. Bratchor, 1 tow;n lot 7,80 Miss. Mary J. Miller, 50 a. uut of tlie upper left shoulder, and Is when you'ru n man?" No. u:i lluford A. L.FUlkorson, 1 town lot . , 12,32 Mrs. Nannie Briggs",' 1 town lot 1.36 "Well, I guess I'll bo a preacher or tluiii that of "nig Hen," the funious fairly wvll developed, but of courso W. E. Hlnton, hal. 196 a.... 17.51 Minnie Chlnn, 1 town lot .. 3.14 twloss useless by her side. Aside from nui) be a teacher. When I'm not Westminster clock, its hands uru three Mrs Mary Hoops, 1 town Jot, 5.07 16.45 George W. Cook, 1 town lot. . . 5.07 James Mayficld, 61 a, feet longer and the size of Its numer- Nannie P..Heck, 1 town lot . . having tids extra leg tlie animal Is pleaching' or teaching I guess III 3,86 32.19 Dud Mauzey, 1 a, als are three feet us against nig lien's Mrs'. Fred Landruiri( 1 town lot 6.54 S. M. Reagan, 1 town lot outimt In all respects and is a good work nt the hub factory." 4,84 two feet. No. 24 Uartlctt Mrs. Josephine Layton, 2 town , nillkfr. unanie uavis, l town lot 5.82 2J5.04 D. P. King, 50 a 8.73 Ray Eidson, 1 town .Wanted the Best. lots lot 5.82 A Year of Housebuilding. 15.76 G. W. Eldsoq, l town lot . , . Prolific Cat. 7.89 J. A. Ralph. 67 a "I wunt you to teach my son a Jor-elg- u I. C. Turlcy, 1 town lot 3.14 It Is estimated that 417,287 houses Emory Tiiford, 1 .town lot.., '8.05 In St. "Johnsbury, Vt, lias a language," said a lady to a No. 25 Ilvflln A Nattle Park, 1 town lot ,',... 4;56 were erected In this country during .only a year and a half old , . . 13,63 Mrs. Mary J. teacher of languages. nit tint Is J. E. Kirk, 66 a. . . No. 1) South ltockport Rice. a, 1.72 nnd tuu liad four litters of kittens. "What shall It be, madam?" the last year. No. .20 Ralph Jim Rice, (heirs) mineral 77 12.21 Jerry Dawson, 6 a i, tMichcr replied. "Would you like . E.27 24.38 Sarah B. Magan, 15 a, acres W, P. ..Graves, IS 5 a. ... ,.,. Play Football In Bare Feet 8.11 CzecliQslovakinn, Armeiilun, or Boys Born Without Ears. 1 town lot . , . 7.93, Th'lsTbec. 30", 1921; 10.08 C. B."Martln.-bal- . Football Is very popular In Burma, J, C. Hunt, 1 town lot any perhaps even Arabic?" were born without Twin ta ''No. 30 Prentiss, ? "7.39 S- - A, BRATCHER, V? "Well," mused tlie ludy, "which is the plu or, wearing no footgear, a"bd Mrs. R. P. Her, 1. town lot W-- at Grand Muuan, N. 0. They, .'. . 17.91 kicking the ball with the bare feet . Mrs. Sallie B.TJaclcson, 165 it Joo F. Barnes. 10 Sheriff of Ohio County. the most foreign?" Houston Post lived only two days. .He-cau- Scrap Book Scrap Book Something is Oh Going to Drop! ' Jap-nne- se 1IS1 the use, flame-maker- Men's Sxts r. Boys' Suits n Tit-Bit- low-grad- fox-terri- o Ladies' and Children's' Coals , g Iilack-hnckc- d Ladies' Coat Suits H ll le-jol- scnil-clrcl- e -- Carson e well-know- fl'tz,. hear-previo- Co. 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