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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaf NUMBER 31 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, : FRIDAY, JANUARY 27, 1922. A Saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock, alons directly as n result of the de- ELLIS BISHOP GOES 'STATE BONUS BILL by Rov. J. W. Phillips. velopments of tho last few days. Interment I' AIMING CHAMPIONS j BACK TO COMMITTEE was In tho church cemetery. DOWN IN ICY POND Senate Stands Aloof Young Lanham was n nephew of Meantime 'offorts to bring senatoSPEEDING TO END FARMERS' INTERESTS rial sentiment to hear to hasten tho Centertown Young Mnn Ijoosps Llfo Proposed Soldiers' Act Rof used Head- Mrs. O. A. Ralph, of this city. ing After Heated Debate While HkntliiR On Thin Ico Shantung negotiations failed after a WHITESVILLE EASY Near It. It. Depot. In House. short session of debate on tho subject Long Credits Siberia Question Passed; on the Senate floor. Without a record FOR HARTFORD FIVE vote, tho Senate rejected the resoluFrnnkfort, Ky Jan. 25. The Sol- Differ- Ellis Dlshop, ngtd about 27, eon Indorsed, Problems NaFortifications The Whltesvllle basketball team " tion of Senator Walsh, Domocrat, of Mr. E. E. Dlshop, of Centertown, dlers' Bonus bill, pending for the sub- tions' Concern. ences Fixed. Montana, asking President Harding' lost his life Wednesday morning at mission of a 510,000,000 bond issue, camo down last Saturday for a game to the progress of js o'clock, while skating oirtho pond wont back to tho Committee on Ap-th- e with the local high school quintette, for information as exchanges taking place between of tho Rockporr Coal Company, ad- -' proprlatlons this morning after a which resulted in a onesided victory Washington, Jan. '23. President y Swinging the Japanese and Chinese as a slde.jncont to Its mine, and near the L. heated debate, In order to allow tho for Hartford, the final score being 49 Washington, Jan .24. Harding, speaking at ,the opening: & N.iR. R. station, Centertown. Tho American Legion to complete a poll to 11. Tho gamo was really-bettissue of the conference.. Into high speed again, tho arms conthan the score would Indicate. The session of the National Agricultural Tonight President Harding, Secre- young man, had gone out on the pond of Its members In the Sfato. ference today tnado quick work of tary Hughes and Republican loaders where tho water was of considerable C. D. Minor moved that the rules Whltesvllle boys fought to the finish, Conference, today delivered an adthe Siberia question, virtually agreed dress that was as pleasing as It was a on tho solo remaining Issue of tho of tho Senate and House committees depth, probably 10 or 12 feet, and be suspended and tho bill bo left with but fell bit short on team work and that concorn themselves with foreign where- the Ico was naturally thin, tht committee. This precipitated a organization, enough to mako their amazing to the 325 delegates, reprenaval reduction plan, completed n discussion of parliament-H- e chances of scoring scarce and giving sentatives of every element of ngrl- redefinition of the scope of tho four-pow- relations had a long conference at whon it gave way, and ho plunged In. was very warln at the time, due ary law at the Speakers' desk, in the opposition too many openings. culture and allied Interests, who havo on the White House, and altho the purPacific treaty, and pushed asto the physical exercise, making his which Speaker Thompson, Mr. Minor, Proffessors O. M. Edwards, of Whltes- gathered for a flvo days' study toward, a solution of the Shantung pose was not announced, it was sumed that plans were talked over for chances for rescuo even more mea- - Harry Meyers, Mr. Lawrence,' O. C. vllle, and O. L. Shultz, of Hartford, of the problems which confront tho tangle and various lesser problems. officiated to the entire satisfaction of farmer. ' So sweeping was tho day's prog- congressional action to complete tho gro. Others present attempted to Waggoner and Clerk C. J. Howes They wero pleased with the proAmerican cdmltmcnts figuring In the aid the doomed man, but to no avail, took part. The matter was finally both fan and player. deress that little save perfunctory Taylor, the midget sub. for Whltes- gressive and constructive suggesprogram. The Ho struggled a short time In attempt- - ecttled to the satisfaction of all by tail rcmnlned tonight to bring all tho arms conference and amazed that a President has announced that ho in- Ing to get back upon the ice but it having Mr. Minor withdraw his mo- - vllle went In during the latter part of, tions diverse tasks of the conference to a game and was the court busy President could possess such a simultaneous conclusion. Some of the tends to send all tho conference kept giving way under his weight and Hon and Mr. Lawrence h(s objection the treaties to the Senate for ratification he soon disappeared In the Icy tomb.' and Representative C. A. Nelson's'111 le?8 tt,ne than lt takes to wr,to ot broad understanding of their probmore optimistic among tho delegates j a " 'Anose wno followed him were lem's. They cheered him to the echo The body of the young man was- motion that the bill be refused were predicting that tho flnnl wlndup soon after the negotiations end, nnd as he drove home his points. it has been Indicated that the admin,- - ot recovered until some three reading into the House calendar then much anVused by his work. "would como within a week. The President walked the four Tue Hne-uWhltesvllle: Jones for a vote of .hours thereafter, it being necessary stood and was passed. Incursion Into tho Istration might also ask In Ms two-da- y approval by tho House. to procure n boat from Rough River I Tho bill had been passed without nnd Jones, forwards; Greer center; blocks between the White House and Com-mlttSiberian field, the Far Eastern "expression of oolnlon bv tho Commlt-- I WatKIns and Martin Guards; Taylor Wlllard Hotel In going to and comSecretnry Hughes' presentation of SOme two or three miles distant. contented Itself with listening the American attitude toward Siberia The young man was of excellent teo on Appropriations. This was done, Sub. Hartford Crowe and Shultz, ing from the conference. to and spreading on tho conference Following the President's address record, detailed statements of the re- "was In a prepared statement read to .habits and bore the reputation of be- - according to Mr. Nelson, the chalr- - Forwards; Dartlett, Center; Likens came short speeches from delegates the Far Eastern Committee at the be- - ing one of the best young men in mnn, because members of the com- - and Bennett, Guards, Balrd Sub. spective; vIowb of tho Japanese and my representing the corn belt, the cotton : today's session. It ex- hls community. 'mlttee were unwilling to take the? 'reAmerlcnn governments. Japan's dec- ginning of belt, the .wheat regions, the ranch ARCHIE I). HOOVER Funeral services will be held today gponslblllty for killing It. laration disclaimed territorial designs pressed "special gratification" with ' ARRIVES IN U. S. A. country, the Implement manufacturpledge, presented yes- at 10 o'clock, conducted by the Rev. ' Impassioned pleas for and against in Russia, but set forth the reasons the Japanese er, the fertilizer industry, the miltthe that Impel her to keep troops In East- terday against Infringement on Re- F. A. Sanders from the family resl- - the bill were made by E. L. Frazler Word has been received of the ar- ing Industry and tho packers. These Russia. dence, after which the burial of the and Harry Miller, former service ern Siberia nnd tho reply of the territorial Integrity ot addresses rival of Archie D. Hoover In the U. S. several served to InUnited States reiterated tho desire citing the language of an American remains will take place at Center- men. Mr. Miller pleaded .not to May, in which town who'A- Ha had been with the army of oc- - form the conference of the situation. "cheapen the service of those that there would result no permanent noto sent to Japan last cupatlon In Germany since 1919. Ho as lt exists in different parts of the The deceased young man la survlv- - died anjl fought." infringement upon Russian Integrity. It was declared that continued Japan-- 1 ' arrived in New York City, on board country and in allied Industries. , eso occupation of Eastern Siberia' ej by his father and one sister, Mrs.i "Don't let us supplant patriotism HilKTlllijUChtiOll CIOMMl . ' The president's unqualified Hatcher. "tends rather to Increase than to al with Mammon." said Mr. Miller. He 'the U. S. S. Crook, the 14th. of Janu exlegislation to legalize ,' Except for tho French, who and will be stationed for the cnM, iho former Rnrvicfi men have! ary, lay the unrest and disorder in that . .. pressed confidence In the Japanese region," the secretary continued, that ROCKPORT MARSHAL i marketing associations oe me nuouc present at Camp Benntr.g, Ga. The. sunk in the estimation pledgo to withdraw from Siberian his government desired to reiterate this bill will be KILLED, UNWARNED from heroe3 to "despollers of the vessel on which ho came encountered gives assurance soil as soon as Stable conditions will the hope that Jap'aii will flndlt possivery rough weather, and waa dis- adopted by the Senate where it Is treasury." permit,, no other delegation Joined in ble to carry out within tho near fuRepresentative Ira D. Smith, an- - abled by springing a leak J300 miles now pending- - Ho even suggested; to Lee W. Pberson, marshal of the Secretary Hughes ture hor expressed Intention ot ter- - town of Rockport, this county, was delight of the delegates, that the discussions. other forme service man, said he from New York, and delayed the trip the resolu'proposed the readily-accepte- d expedi- - Sh0t dead without warning. In the was opposed to the bill, but that he to 17 days from Antwerp to New farmers may well combine for both initiating finally the Siberian off marketing and acreage limitation, tho tion The j wanted" the American" Legion to com- - York City. n tlpn and of restoring Sakhalin to the oarly afternoon of yesterday. the conference program, to appear' no Ruseian people." I Mr. Hoover is a son of Mrs. Mary purposes to bring about a proper bal- Sublett, 'piote Its poll before final action was shooting was done by Jeff production. more until the pronouncements of the Extern ObnrrvcrV Protest 0f Martwlck. Sublet came to Rock- - taken. For that reason he sought E. Hoover, of near Beda, and his anclng of agricultural -. two governments are formally entered and Ameilca-- i port yesterday and requested the ar- - to have It recommitted. rul- - many friends will be glad to learn of Such marketing associations, he sueHo was In both Japanese yrupeuy uuviau memIn tho minutes of the next plenary quartcrs satisfaction was expressed gesieu, cuuiu rest 0f another party and the Marshal eu out of order, and Mr. Nelson said his return to America. session. bers as to the probable demand for tonight over the outcome.but the ob- - went wth Sublett to the office of the ho would withdraw his motion and staples and propose measures for'' The last difference over principle servers sent to Washington by the un- - police Judge, entering the office first, 'niinw it to be recommitted. MOZKOWSKI TRIBUTE Here proper limitation of acreage in parIn tho naval treaty, elating to the rccoenized Far Eastern republic of It is said, ublett closely following Representative Lawrence objected ago tho "Mozart Club" ticular crops. fortifications status quo In tho Paci- Chita, Siberia, took another fling at andwhen entering the onice buuieu ana the argument went on. Several days A scientific distribution of producfic, was swept away In Informal con- jhe Japapese by issuing a formal suddenly pulled his pistol and fired' Beryl Boyd spoke In favor of the of the Beaver Dam High School re- sultations among the chief delegates statement declaring there could be no without warning. One shot probab-- ( uni, saying lt Is wanted by former n!ior1 n nnrtrnl nf thn fninnMa nlnn. tion, he said, would strengthen the after it had held up completion of stable governments in the occupied ly mlssed.altogether four shots were pervlce men as "adjusted compensa- - 1st and composer, Morlzt Mozkowskl, ' credit of agriculture and Increase the the treaty text for many days. Un- territory until Japan had withdrawn. flred, one or more being through the tlon." with his personal signature written security on which financial, advancer ajso would be der tho settlement the Drltlsh plan If any disorders now nre taking place, head entering from behind. No reasRepresentative D. A. O'Donovan, below, The Mozart Club sometime are made. The effect of defining a latitude and longitude the statement said they are due to the on for the shooting la known or as- author of the bill, made a plea that ago sent a check to the Mozkowskl to prevent over production in one crop and a shortage In others. He boundary for the status quo zone Is "presence of the Japanese troops nnd signed, as no words had passed beIt be read up to the orders of 'the day Tribute to afd the great master, who would, replaced by the Japanese suggestion their cruel and selfish policy." tween the men. The dead marshal when he would nresent arguments'. Is very 111 In Paris. As a compliment! believes such associations re. to the. Tribute, the club received the work to the advantage ot the that instead there be a list, by name, of the Far Kast- - was accompanying Sublett to police t por every former soldier as prosperAt today's session ' sumer as well as the producer in that of the Islands which must not be fur- ern committee the topic of "man headquarters, purely on a mUslon of ou3 as the- gentleman from Fayette ther fortified. Tho Japanese agreed dated Islands" also was wiped oft tho assistance, so the report goes. Each (Mr. Miller) I can show ninety-nin- e The members of the Mozart Club j they would help to wipe out specu-hnl- ,l Japanese Bonln'group should conference agenda, Secretary Hughes of the men were near 35 years of age, In poverty," ,he said. thplr rneulnr inpetlne with their latlon which works a hardship on. that the be included under tho prohibition. teacher. Miss Nora F. Jackson. An farmer and consumer. subject was married and have families. explaining that when the The delegates also cheered. when A further cause for delay develop- listed, the Yap controversy between enjoyable program was given and the m BEATRICE GRIFFIN plenied, however, when tho Jnpanesi WEDDED IN CALIF. remainder of the evening was spent the President declared for long-tim- e, Japan had not LEACH DEVER. the United States, and potentiaries declared their desire tc in playing games and other amuse- credits to the farmer that will give nettled. In ex- ieen him a turnover capital Instead of submit tho fortifications article mm Dam, In a communication received some ments. Mrs. Ella Leach, of Beaver short loans which often force him to act phraseology to Toklo for approv- SPECIAL SESSION OF and Mr. R. L. Dover, of Hartford, days ago from Los Angelfis, Calif., wo sell his live stock before it Is ready al. The Toklo officials already hnvj THE COMING REVIVAL. CIRCUIT COURT SHORT went to Louisville Wednesday of last were apprised of the marriage of agreed to all but the minor details' of tor tho market. week, where they were Joined In Miss Beatrice Griffin to Lieut Jack wording and a favorable reply Is exThe President digressing from On next. Sunday evening at 7 p. of the U. S. Air Service. session of the. Ohio marriage. Both Mr. and Mrs. Dov-o- i; The special pected within a few days. Miss Griffin is the daughter of Mr. m., In the main auditorium there will his prepared address, declared the are of splendid character, IndusCircuit Court, previously called for Exempt " Jap Major last Monday, to dispose of tho crim- trious and held In high esteem by a Z. Wayne Griffin, deceased, and. Mrs. be a mass meeting conducted by, the present plight of agriculture "Is truly Redefinition of the geographical inal docket, was of short duration, wide circle of friends and acquain- Qrlffin, who formerly resided in Hart- pastor, preparatory to the revival a national Interest and not entitled Pacific treaty, adjourning that afternoon. Several tances. Mr. DeveT- - Is the hustling ford, where the now, Mrs. O'Loughlln which begins Monday' night follow- to be regarded as primarily the conscope of tho four-powalready signed, took the form of a fines were levied upon pleas of guilt, transfer man. operating"' between Is well known. Lieutenant O'Lough- ing. Next Monday night, Jan. 30th, cern of olther class, or a section or lln is a native of North Dakota, but Rev. L. W. Turner, of Calhoun, Ky., a bloc." The President considers series of notes which have beer, com - and still other defendants who were Hartford and Beaver Dam. Congratulations and best wishes has been- ltr; Los Angeles for some will preach his opening sermon. Bro. tho, whole nation has a. concern pleted and mutually approved by tno jndlcted during the last session or veteran, an Turner Is a well known member of about the plight of the farmer .and four powers and will be formally" ex the grand Jury were not before- the of a host of friends will follow the time. He'ls a world-welectrical engineer and 28 years of the Louisville conference, and is a took a timely dig at a few . changed for the record before the Court, duo In the main to change of newly married couple. Congress of members having close student ot humanity, age. Washington conference ends. They officers and lack of time for "proper agricultural The bride resided with her mother, been for some years e teacher prior comprising a REV. SNELL CLOSES reverse tho previous informal agree- organization. He is a bljQC, who would have tho farmers MEETING ATROSINE Mrs. Attye Grlfiln, and two brothers, to entering the mlnlstery. Judge-- George S. Wilson was upon ment, of the delegates and provide Larkln and Z. Wayne, Jr. They have successful revivalist and will, no believe they are his only friends In in constructing the treaty hore- - the bench for his first time here, and that Ho would havo the Glover Attorney Rev. Morrio O, Snell who has re- been making their homo In Los doubt, Interest you. Don't miss the Washington. after tho major Japanese Islands, In Commonwealth's coun- eluding the Bqnln group,, slnUl not .Cary was likewise making his first cently been called tothe pastorate ot Angeles for several years and Miss first service. This revival effort Is farmers know that tho whole among the ""Insular pos- - j appearance In the role of prosecutor, the Rolne Baptist Church, closed a Beatrice had been connected with the for the benefit of the whole town of try. rather than a lew inumuuais, he classed sessions and dominions," to which the while County Attorney Otto C. Mar successful revival meeting nt Roslne, photo plays of that place, for some Hartford and community and we cor- has their interests at heart. William Black, of Lgulrfvllle, Ky., . ' tin was doing his first' act in his new a few days ago. Much Interest was time, having attained quite a bit of dially Invite all people of all churchInstrument applies. with us In this ef- was nametl chairman of the confer-- " es to manifested and the community spir- success. In tho Shantung negotiations be- - capacity. .. Tn.innnfld ni! Phlnoqn It llO- Tho marriage of the young couple' fort; Reader, are you satisfied with ence committee on foreign conrpeti-tio- n itually strengthened as a result of HVEBIl UIO ju;uihm.i..t- -. .... - , ... 1.MI1..M , and demand. t Mr. Black wass was rather romantic, they having your spiritual standing? Mothers the services. .came apparent that dutsldo. pressure iuv.mi muuj iiiur,i. KNOCKED UNDER WAGON with to havo addressed tho conferenco,-glvln- g Is in the eloped, not because there was objec- and fathers, are you satisfied was Increasing as tho Rev, Snell, whose home for a settlement Information on the problems Central Orove country, has blon call- tion to tho match, howover, but due the spiritual standing of your boys two groups met to clear away various Madisonvllle.Ky., Jan. 24. Mary ed by the Baptist congregation nt to the age ofthe brlde.'she being un- and girls? Aro you satisfied with of the Implement Industry, but he points on which minor details of the Mr, and Mrs. Nowtonsvlllo, Ind., where ho will der the age ot 21 years. the spiritual achievements of our gave way to another. they already have agreed. Tho cues- - Frances, 10, daughter of Thomas P. Cooper, dean of Rail-- , Dan M. Kelly, was killed here today preach tho second Saturday and. Sunmm town? There are better things In Tsingtao-Tslonnnf- u tlon of tho ot Agriculture at Lexington, DKLUS.P. LANHAM. sho was run down by a wagon day during the present year. Btoro for us. So. let us give some now vlrtuully tho only unde-,whe- n road with tobacco. Hor father carlittle tlmo'ncxt week to the atten- Ky., was appointed a member ot tho was not touched termlned issue, Dolus P. Lanham', son of James I, tion of this all Important matter. committee on market movements and to tho hospital, where she BEAVER DAM HIGH et, at the meeting, but It was actively , rled her stocks, ot which Homer Price, ot The Kelly" TRIMS WHITESVIlJlE Lanham, 1519 Twentieth St., Owt T. T. FRAZIER. PnsW. In American and, died "soon after nrrlving. under consideration E. L. Harrison, ' (ensborot died at the home of his Ohio, is chairman, together with a namber of play-cls- o British quarters because of the exer- child, also ot Lexington, vice president of The Beaver Dam High School net 'grandparents, Mr, and Mrs. I, N. MARRIAGE LICENSES by Secretary mates, were rWIng bicycles on the of "good offices" RECENTLY ISSUED the Kentucky Farmers' Union, was al pneu- road when one of them bumped Into tossers defeated tho High School Five' Lanham near Fordsvllle, Hughes and Arthur J. Balfour. appointed a member of tho coiumlt-te- e Tho , horses became ot Whltesvllle, at Beaver Dam, last taonla Frlduy morning, about 2:00 officials In close the team. By conference on price, fixing In tho marketing Audrey Westerfleld, Fordsvllle, R. frightened, reared and knocked Mary Friday night in what was a close rub o'clock, He is survived by his fathtouch with the progress ortof the Amorlunder the wheels of tho at the close of the first period. But er, and '.two sisters, Mrs. Levi Grif- 1, to Hattlo Maypus White, Hartford system, and Robert W. Bingham, or It was Frances comp.romlse-eftLoulsvlllo, and J. C. Stone, a Lexingduring the latter half the Beavers fith, Deanflehl. Harriet, Qwensboro. R, 6. was wagon. , said tonight that a 'settlement Cicero Bratchor. McHenry, to Ruth ton tpbacco grower, aro both mem''very near." B0th,the Japanese and , Mrs, Kelly, mother of the little drew away from the Daviess County- - His mother, Tilda Lanham, preceded bers of the committee on costs, girl was formerly Miss Besslo Barnes quintette, t'he wind-u- p finding th&liim to the grave about a year ago. Pryor, Horse Branch. Chinese refused to tfako predictions, Ivo Howard, Whltesvllle, to Alice prices and readjustments, as they evidence" of a. will- and'reslded'in Beaver Dam, where Whltesvllle team on the low end of a The funeral was conducted from hnv showed - they have many friends'and relatives. score ot 23 to 35. 'Pleasant Hill Baptist church, Magan, Finloy, Reynolds Station. relate to tho tobacco districts. Jngnesa to resume the railroad discusn, er -er ten-minu- te all-ov- er p, -( I ch ' iHLfyJ11 ' ( con-pictu- - - o er ar ed ..-.- .,.., , the-Collc- ed can-Briti- sh w M 'j '.-- 2 """'I ySP W -- $,!Wi-l&W- t' l " " I ' t - VP-- ' if b:; I :m active - - ' 3iN WOULD AFFAIRS I Benedict 3V Sought Polit- ical Relations With All Nations. Washington, Jan. 21. Benedict XV from Uio very beginning of his pontificate showed that he would aboic nil bo a political Pope, following tho policy of Itls early friend and counsellor, Cardinal Rampolla, and of Loo XIII. Plus X died of grief for not having been able to prevent the World War and Benedict XV expended .Rich energy In trying to stop or mitigate the- conflict that including several many people, and bishops American archbishops who approach him aftorwnrd, "think that tho efforts nmdo in this endeavor seriously affected his constitution. Like Leo XIII, he was most anxious to establish diplomatic relations with all tho countries, whether Catholic or not, and ho succeeded in Home representatives of tho enllro world, with the exception of the Scandinavian States in Europe and the United States -- In tho American continent. While negotiations were proceeding for the establishment of a papal nuncio at Toklo, Benedict XV failed o appointed at to havu an Pckln thru the opposition of tho French government, which, it Is said, feared that a papal representative in China might affect their right. of protecting the Catholics In the Far East. Franco was helped on that occasion, it is said here, by the United States, which objected to the- appointment o of Consignor Peprelll as in China on account of his alleged feelings as shown while apostolic delegate- to tho Inter-nunciInter-nuncinnti-Amcrlc- an - I- trusted with tho direction, of tho holy see during tho Interregnum from tho death of tho Popo lo tho election of his successor. Another member of the racrod who Is considered an a probable choice ls Cardinal do Lat, secretary congregation, of tho concMtorlal which dcnl.i chiefly with tho selection and appointment of archbishops and bishops thrnout tllo world, cx- Uept tho countries still under the jurisdiction of Propaganda FIdcx. do Lai Tho election of Cardinal of tho would gratify tho desire aacrtid collego to have again, ns under Plus X, a Popo above air- religious, that Is, who wouU not play such a prominent part In world politics as Benedict XV and Leo XIII. Among tho Cardinals living In Rome there Is another who has a considerable following and whose election would bo a departure, since for several conturles there has sot been a foreign Pope on the chair of St. Peter's, namely, Cardinal Merry del Val, who was secretary of state under Plus X. Cardinal Merry del Val's parents were Spanish and his brother is Spanish ambassador to tho court of St. James, but he has resided almost his entire life in Italy, whero his father was Spanish ambassador to tho Vatican. He speaks fluently six languages and his election ns Pope would not hurt the. of the Italian cardinals, who form tho majority of the-- sacred college. col-le- venwatlon of tho faithful. Meanwhile, tho preparation for tho conclavo Is carried on by nil tho per sonnel of tho apostolic palace. Apart ments must bo arranged Inside tho Vatican to receive all tho cardinals who will nssemblo In Itomo with their secretaries and servants. This In will form n secludul precinct, which tho members of the sacred collego will be walled In and tho safety of their voluntary Imprison ment will be guarded by the marshal of the conclavo, who Is responsible for the- freedom nnd Independence of the princes, of the church. Their seclusion will be so strict that communication with the outside will be possible only thru n small window equipped with whnt. might be described as n revolving door, similar to those used In hotels nnd largo buildljigs In America In tho winter. Use of this will be restricted to the sending out of laundry and the receiving of food and medicine. HEALTH EXHIBIT TO COVER WIDE SCOPE S.ss Philippines. With L S. On Lusltanla. -- ' Benedict XV always showed a Kroat desire for the closest relations with America nnd left nothing to show his sympathy In anything affecting the United States. This was" shown on the occasion of the sinking of tho Lusltanla, when the Pope, notwithstanding his strict neutrality in the war he preferred to call it "impartiality" telegraphed to lbs kaiser his abhorrence of the action which had shocked the civilized world. Tic Pope always regarded the United States as a country which would play an important part in bringing tho pacification of Europe, and thru Monsignor Bonzano, the apostolic delegate In Washington, he sent on several occasions during the recent war messages to President Wilson expressing the feeling that America might assist In conciliating the belligerent countries. Ills most Important effort In favor of the conclusion of peace was the nolo he sent on August 1, 1917, to all tbb powers, which was forwarded to President Wilson thru England, as there are no diplomatic relations between the holy see and the United States. Benedict XV always maintained that his note was the first step toward the present Washington conference on limitation of armament. Indeed, he went much fur-- ! ther by suggesting the suppression of conscriptions as the only means lo Induce tho European countries to disarm. Notwithstanding his .ardent desire diplomatic relations Benedict XV all countries. with never pressed any such course with regard to America, as even tho Catholic episcopacy in the United States did not favor any such plan for fear that it might Injure the situation of Catholicism, which, ft is felt, has prospered inder tho complete free- 1 H& dom of American rule. Tno Likely At Successor. . When former President Wilson went to Rome In January, 1919, and decided to visit the Pope, tlje naces-sar- y negotiations hud to bo cnrrled ?, thru the American ecclesiastical there not being an accredited representative of the United States to the Vatican. It was arranged that tho American President would go from tho Qulrlual Palace, whore ho king, to tho gti03t of t lived as Embassy tho from there and American drlvo to the Vatican, Thomas Nelson Page, tho American ambassador to Italy, accompanied Mr. Wilson as far ns tho entrance gato to tho Vatican, but went no further, as ho was accredited to a ruler who does not entertain any official relation with tho holy bcu. la tho speculation as to who will tho 1)3 thB successor of Benedict, .most prominently mentioned Is tho secretary of state, Cardinal Gasparrl, whoso election would represent an indorsement of tho policy pursued by lilm and by Benedict In the lust seven years during tho grave period of tho World War. Cnrdlnal who also bus the position of chamberlain of tho church, Is en col-IcgOas-parrl, V.--.'--"---- Health, so long neglected as a vital domestic problem to bo dealt with at the Innermost councils of tho family circle, Is to be brought forcefully before eVory man. woman and child In tho vast crowds who aro expected to visit the National Health Exposition In Louisville. February 1 to 9. There will bo tho llvo exhibits, the clinics, tho free examinations; all so attractive to the public that none can pass without learning some littlo part of health conservation or sanitation that will prove so usoful long after tho blazing lights of tho Expoflhmc sition have been doused and tho busy hnmJncrs of tho workmen have obFriendly literated all sign of this wonderful Gentlemen array of exhibits. It Is tho purpose of those great health organizations, headed by tho United States Public Health Service Onco the cardinals are In conWe hve for yeir catered to the dgtrelte and the State Board of Health, who clave, besides many prayers and are conducting the Exposition, to smokers of America. functions established by the, consti- promote better health In every homo, With this experience, we created One Eleven tution of the conclave, they must go to eliminate tho tremendous yearly I II" "Made to Suit Your Tite," of the two ballots a day until one can- toll from preventable diseases and to thru world's three greatest cigarette tobaccos didate receives more than Instill Into the minds nnd hearts of I -T- URKISH, for Aroma of the votes. After each ballot, when the laymen the need for right living, I VIRGINIA, for Mildness no election takes place, the bulletins right eating and right exercise. I BURLEY, for Mellowness are burned and .the smoke ,they move Is unselfish and to which Tho Is seen from tho square below them One Eleven the address of oar We named the medical profession has given uncoming out from a chimney above stinted service. None can. say the home office. We are proud of their success. the dome of the Slstlne Chapel. present generation will "receive but Large crowds gather twice a day In f little reward for the care of tho Have You the square of St. Peter to watch forjmlnd genera, tfce ,)ody an& When the smoke ls,heaUht tho smoke. AU wn benenti ntl(, cstt. missing the crowd understands that mateiIf Succession Lonjr Process. onl, t,mate3 can bo glv-th- e new polntlff Is elected and rushes, p,ace th(J f)eneu ,n co,(, calculat. living outside Of the cardinals . Inside the basilica to wait for the . n,UiBA .. ....... VPnr tn the of the arch(tome, the selection 0..wn '"O nirM newly-electe- d average Ufa of each of 'those who at- bishop of Pisa, Cardinal Maffi, an appearance of the neau oi vaiuuucwiu on a bal- - t . ,. PTn,i,inl, istronomer and a pious man, Is probable should the cony of the church and Impart his,. Th(j medIca, profoa3ton, surgery, most faltH-- 1 cIeillfstrjr. and all tho allied sciences, rjVJ 3acred college decide to select the first apostolic blessing on the Iff FIFTH AVE. temporal ,mve ma(,e 8UCh wonderful Btrldc3 Pope among tho cardinals; not ful. Before the. fall of the icw . ., , . . . . ., power In 1870 the newly-electe- d , eslding In the eternal city . .. . ont- ,3 fp9 that mis progress snouiu ue "The king Is dead; long live the pPe geared on the balcony sld the bas,1Ica of St' Pet,er' "J1 visualized to tho public In such a king," was the cry uttered by the House- or Com- - being planuml by tho university Ini manner as to be readily understood prime minister, In saving French nobility at tho deathbed of tn8re nave ueen nsiac" with the Highway and duit will as many as zuu.vuu peupie jiuc by the most unlearned layman as mons: "The only, '.heir sovereigns. With regard to tho help the Govornmeni.substanJJally Is Highway Transport Education Com- ope, the succession of tha occupant gathered In tho square. mo3t skillful surgeon or well as the tho savings of tho peoplo themselves ml t tee and thn Kentucky State Highphysician. )f tho chair-o- f St. Peter does 'not the saving of Individuals, tho sav- way Dopnrtnient. Xo Groat Act of Heroism Required GJOOO persons will par- alto place so suddenly nor so meMore than ' Prominent speakers among thoso ing of families, tlie saving of tho chanically. After the Popei Is dead, tlclpate In tho program, displays nnd If some great act of heroism was (lemonstratlona which will bo carried man who had an Income In anyshapo who will make addresses, at the mect- 'overal gorgeous ceremonies must or form. Tho savings of the people Inifwlll bo E. T. Jordan, president of .ake place. Including a solemn necessary to protect a child from Qnt flg th(J regnIt of oIabaratc pian. would, hesitate to arc at the present moment vital to the. Jordan Motor Car Company, of "uneral in tho Basilica of St. Peter, croup, no mother ui tho success of this country, niul the Cleveland, O., Thomas II. McDonald, n,3pjayg at tne Rxpoaition will There tho body of the late pontiff protect ner otispring, um wnen u is of tho Banian oC Public Roads a t- - lc,nirescIenUflo anJ C0inmercial cxhlb-tl- e man who cuts down unnecessary necessary to keep at hand ies In state and is exposed to the of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Ug howlng the work of the medicnl, pendlture is contributing something- of tho United Slates Department of and Importantito the success Agrtculturo; Joo S- - Boggs, Stato, and give It as soon as the first Indlca- dentnlf pharniaceutlcaL hosprtal and material highway engineer for Kentucky: W, ' Hon appears, there are many nurgIng of the country." , , , lt ,, ti t ti Novelties, proresslons. E.'F. Mack, Central Trust Co., Chi- ST. Rosier, nsslsttmt State highway who neglect it. Chamberlain's Cough t8clentinc wonders and mechanical Remedy Is within the reach of all and (disp,ays wl play a bIg part ln 'at-i- s cago: "A man whoi has children engineer; J. J. TIgert, United State logacythan commissioner of'education arid W ICj m prompt and effectual. tracttn tu6 iarmen to the- - Exposi- - can leave them no better " tho savings habit, formed through Halt; of the National Research Coun tlon a all:. FARM MEET PROMISES -ni of national authority In years of actual practice, for such ' By JONATHAN BRACE TO ESTAIHJSII RECORD medlcal and allIed profeSslonal lines habit, coupled wiUi honesty, Indus- ,. The liver loses ns actlTfty at times try, and courtesy will Insure- - tho XLIV. UTAH will address tho United States Pnbllc n of.-- : any child; later.- and needs help. Herblne is an .. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23. With ev- rnBtl,te whIch win b8 heid business success HE first ?S?S5sv fectlvo liver stlmurant. It also purl- life." readiness, for the opening . LouIsvle ,n conjunction wil& the erything in K&grisgiS 1 white ex Col. William Boyco Thompson, for- - Oo the bowels, strengthens digestion of the tenth annual Farm and Home Exposition, among them being Dr. cursion into held at the College M. J. Rosenau, Dean of the Harvard mer director of the Now VOrK; Kid- - and restores strength, vigor and Convention to bo dates 3 r4sSt"3?S1 5 Utah or Agriculture, January 31, and Feb- School or Public Health"? Dr. Georgo eral "Reserve Bank and member of clluerful splrltai Prfco 80c. Sold'br m when a party swSSaff ruary 1, 2 and 3, fndtcatlons-ar- e that T. Pateer, President of the RTfnois the Advisory Committee of the Con- - Wo County Dnuj; Co. wc X?BWvHvy yj of Spaniards the 1922 gathering- - of the State's Tuberculosis' Association; Dr. John ference on the Limitation of Atmar ioogs sent out by farm men and women will be one of H. Stokes of the Mayo Clinic r Miss mont: "Young man. if you have a OZRMAN IMWRT5 Coronado succeeded in penetratthe most successful held In the his- Flancfir Brink, Director of? tfie Na cramp In. your, pocketbook, there" IS MilKES INCREASES ing to the Colorado river. There you and you' tory of the event, according to an an- tional Organization for Public Health something wrong-wit- h Is no uutheutlc record of furnouncement from the college. Be- Nursing; and Reginald C: Augustine, should see a good doctor. I know Gradually ail. sorts of products of ther explorations until over liOO years had elapsed. In 1770 two ginning: Tuesday morning, January President Emeritus of the American of no better oiw than tho Treasury (xerman Industry nro gaining an of the United States Gov- - taranco Into tin American markets, Franciscan friars. In their at31, and continuing until the close of Optometrlc Association. tempt to find the shortest way ernment. If you have his prescrin- - arnny articles or common necessity, Friday afternoon, Feb. tho coventlon The Importance and wfue scope of to the PacIIlc, went from Santn 3, the program of the conclave will the Interest arousjd- - throughout tho tlon forTreasnry Savings Securities anch as cutlery and other, small'hard-fileKe to Utah Lake. The Great and takw them regularly, yom waro.now bertaeold famlllarlegcnd offer the farmers and their wives an Uhlted States by the-- Exposition is Salt Luke, however, was not ' opportunity to talk over the-- most Mado ,n aermatiy." These Imports by the granting of reduc- will soon find; yourself cured." evidenced discovered until 1824, when ' Charles M. Galloway, former Pres- - aro havlnK a Important problems of their farm and' ed' railroad Cirest ont all" raitejads encffpcl ng hey ar0 James Bridges, a trapper, In home business with authorities and tering Louisville for the period of tho Ident of tho United Stat-t- Civil" Str- forcing the dealers to cut their prices wandering through this region vice Commission, says: "I know of to a halt or experts who have been brought hero Exposition. came upon this huge, Inland, salt tn(rd of vUat they sea. for the meeting. already drawn no greater service- - the Government were. In a single day recently $10,-cou- ld This Exposition has But the real history of Utah render the public- than tho one 000,000 worth or German goods wore Features of the 1922 conclave will commercial and educational exhibitbegins with the rl&c of Honuoa be the Rural Life Conference, which ors from all parts of America, with the Treasury Department Is undertak- - impprted nt New York this being power there. Discouraged by tho will continue throughout the. four the possibility that nearly half of lng. I regard Treasury Savjngs- SB-- tho iarsest. nmQUnt slnew pre.war agitation In Illinois and Misa tho safest and therefore, day8 days, the special program for Ttivso snlpnient8 ,ncluded ma. the 200,000 visitors expected will curltles souri, tho Mormons decided to and the evening meetings. come from other-- Statoa than Ken- tho best possible menus qf Investing chinerv. , hides, , r.iro r.Virv. f tovs !emigrate to tho great West. In .WVBB ..wf money. While there are other In- and notions. These wilt supplement the general tucky. largo curavnns they traveled a larger rnto of program which will be designed esact oss the plains and in 1847 Many of these visitors will be mem- vestment that offer pecially for farmers. cume to Salt Lnko City whqre profession, but Interest there is also a greater- risk. bers of the medical There ts no exporlment In- putting they settled. Here they nourchurch, home, school and the majority will be laymen MBS, C. C. OLDHAM The rural to ished, Increasing llielr numbers community wilt receive special at whom the message of health Is of money Into any United Sttttvs; Govand by 1832 they reuched a total tention In the rural life conference first moment und upon whose shoul- ernment secmltj? tho elemeutoi risk in this vicinity a f over 15.000. while the evening- - meetings will be ders rests the responsibility of build- disappears because everything there Meanwhile, In , by the terms taLfi given over to an address1 by Aaron ing up future generations free from Is Us this land? Is behind' it ttovern-nito- n of the treaty of peace with Mexsecurity.,' Saplro, California marketing expert the diseases that have fottered this ico, a huge western tract, of a livestock show under auspices of and past generations since the beginwhich Utuh was a part, was Thu HeU Cough MVitfelne. the agricultural college students and ning of human life. ceded to the United States. As no definite government was ara banquet for farmers and their wives It Is the. exp;rlenco of tho medical' ranged for, the control of affairs When a druggist flmls-tha-t his cus-- . at a downtown hotel. profession that such an object les locally was for n number of years sheep, poultry, dairy and po- son as the Natlonnl Health Exposi- tomers all jieak well iHTa certain preHogs, i entirely In tho hands of the offopinion ot tato problems will receive special at- tion wilt Hve In tho minds of the paration, he forms icers of tho Mormon church. tention In tho general program of the peoplo for months, even years, und tt and wlrtn In need? of such a medi They, accordingly, made up a convention. that such permanent good will result cine is utmost certain to use It him - y constitution and organized una that none can gainsay Its importance solf and: ln his faintly. This Ik why der tho name of tho Stuto of ' "so man-- druggist use and recom Rou't Vim Forgot It. Descrct. This Is a word taken or benefits. mend Chamberlain's Cough Stomedy. t Bear In mind that Chamberlains' from the Book of Mormon, and blgnlfles, "Industry." Application Lamo back may como ttm over- J. n. Joucs, a well known druggist of i A Healtby Woman is Tablets not only move the bowels but was made for admission to the Improve'the. appetite and strengthen work, cold settled In the muscles of Aulrn, Ky., says, "I Imvo usodi Always BeautifuJ Union, but this was refused uutl They contain no .pop-si- n he back, or from dlseose. In the two Chamberlain'! Cough Remedy ln my ! tho digestion. the federal government Instead other, digestive, ferment but former cases tho right remedy Is family for tho past seven years, and or The Eyes of Man organized the Territory of Utuh strengthen the stomach and enable It BALLARD'S SNOW fclNIMENT. It have found lt to bo the best cough ' Lexington. Kv "FVorlnr, tlm'tlmn In 1850. Tho first governor wus m o mlddlo life I used Doctor Pierce's to perform Its functions natural should be rubbed In thoroughly pveri medicine lhavo ever known." Brlghnm Young, the successor e m. tho affected nart. tho relief will be, iy. t'rescrlptlou nnd I. cannot of Joseph Smith and president praise it too liljjlily for tho good it Prlco 30.;., STATE ROAD MEET prompt and satlufnctory. t of the Mormon church. lno' ! oeHva tlm Favorite Pro- WiANS COM! Sold by Ohio County COo and $1.20. SPRING liKDUXVKXTOIt DIES. The attempt to do away with BCriptioil is bound tobiwnmn n fnvnrltn m polygamy met with little supcess Drug Company. fenedy with each woman yho gives until In 1890 the Mormon church Lexington, Ky., Jan. 23. What Is ,& 'air trial. I Imvo also used Dr. James 'E. LIddy, of Wotortown, N. Jinally ugrecd not to countenance L1TTLK SERMONS ON THRIFT expected to be one of the most lm- - f,i0rce ? Gojdt-i- j Medioal Discovery for Y., Inventor of tho spring bed, died ,,t.roub f?r colds, eto., t lt. Meanwhile, growing antag nortant road meeting ever nlannn.1 recentjy at tho age of 93 years.-Thonism between the Mormons nud A W.Atwood.ln tho Saturday Ev-- ;, Kentucky will be hold here Jan. tonio tliat caV bo had' came from hln Idea of his spring bed verged neatly on "If ull tho employees. 31 nm Feb. 1, when county road of- - Oldhnm, 053 Ureckenrid'go Street ijuckboard enlng Post: experience In building civil war. Finally u general of the. United- - Statos Steel Corpora flclals, road contractors, and nil per- - p1"8,11?0 of Dr ""erco's Favorito wagons. amnesty was declureil und after lion should save $2 per week and put sons interested in road construction im fcni.?LTde i,ua,tf w,ne,l piuny requests Utah wus act Into stock of the company, they and upkeep gather for tho regional forty-fiftcepted as tho btute of would own controlling Interest with- conference on highway economics and eltljofliquid or tablet form. VVrito tho Union In 1890. FOR FLETCHER'S ' t (byMcCluro Newipapor SynJlcaU.) transport to be. held1 nt the Uplvor- President 'inyalids Hotel in 10 years." f"r tm' wnfldealal tDavid Lloyd-Georg"i the British slty ot Kentucky. Tho meetInS u one eleven 1 - cigarettes Made to SuitYourTaste riF m two-thir- pro-duc- ei Tried Them? , ", i con-ddor- ed fift.20 -af - , , ly - .fr.--..-- ... The Story of Our States T ef-I- d, s - j , - farm-wome- -- - 18-13- " fp In ! iftfu ?'c J?. 'JnQQ. h Children Cry -- OASTORIA i A- e, MlS ScI" ?l$lJft - J 12,000 FACES' IN , ROGUES GALLERY Ht. Loulg llnnsta Mmlol unci Complete rato ofabout ed soml-nnnuall- y. 3, per cent,' compound Outfit; St. "Rog-uc- Aro In Hook Form. Picture Louis, Mo., Jan. 21. Tho anllcry," abolished by Sam-n- el . Allcnder, former chief of detectives, six yearn ago, has been at police-- hendqunrtors. The board decided that a regular gallery fa part of a pollco department and tho ono for the St. Louis department Is onq of the largest and tho best In tho country. In nbollshlng the "gallery" when he was chief, Allcnder said it was filled up with tho pictures of men, some of them never convicted, serv-In- g as an Influence against reformation. Old "Gullrry" Alrallslictl. Tho "galloty" was abolished and the photographs filed In cabinets. Tho now 1922 model "gallory" or- dored for tho present system Is In enlarged, rigid book form, hung on hinges. Tho frames form leaves which can bo turned from left to right so that pictures can bo placed back to back and exhibited on both sides. Thorci nre now 90,000 or more of photographs and descriptions n known crooks In the files of tho Hureau at headquarters. The board decided to have these gone over by experts nnd of these a selection of 12,000 faces rflado. Thesft 12.000 will Include tho most notorious crooks and tho ones who have come to tho attention of the of lato years. Men who would now be too decrepit or Infirm tg lead n criminal life will not bo shown. This 12,000 will ho augmented from time to time by photographs' from tho locaF gallory. taken hero, nnd by pictures and descriptions flont here from tho National Bureau of Identification. Der-tlllo- Any person, firm, or corporation, or every member of a may family, Arm, or corporation hold $5,000 maturity value of certi ficates Issued In any calendar year. "This Investment," says the Providence (It. I.) Journal, "Is tho only absolutely Ono which Is secured depreciation. against The certificates are nbt negotiable, and tho Treasury always stands ready to redeem them at cost and accrued Interest. Tho Treasury wUl have early use for the money derived from this offering, since some $600,000,000 worth of outstanding saving stamps fall due on tho 1st of January, 1923. "With a refunding operation In view, tho old stamps will be accepted In exchange for tho new Issue. And the latter's Increased Interest rate Is an Invitation to carry tho previous Investment along." REDS GRIP SLIPS . -.fr, 11 ioimivuv I I w'ln P'UBS a 'no ont's Irlsertod Surgeons ngreo that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the first treatment is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic Is replied promptly, thero Is no danger of Infectlonnnd tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Bnrozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now nnd bo ready for an emergency. Prlco 30c, 60c, and $1.20. -- Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. -- m PLANK ROUTE TO CONSTANTINOPLE Two flyers made round trips from Paris to tho Turkish capital in the inauguration of a regular service of airplanes between those cities. Landing places were, arranged for all along tilt route. The planes took 17 hours to reach Constantinople and 18 hours to return, but with experience and well established routes it Is expected that tho tlnio will bo much lowered. Journey the planes stopped at Strasburg. Prague, Budapest, Belgrado and Bucharest. On the- eastward - There is more Catnrrh in this section of the country than alt other diseases put together, and'for years It was supposed to be Incurable. Doctors prescribed local remedies, and by constantly falling to euro nlth local trcutment. pronounced It Incurable. Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly Influenced by constitutional conditions and therefore requires constituHall's Catarrh Wcdl-cltional treatment. manufactured by F. J. Cheney & Is a constitutional Ohio, Co.. Toledo, remedy. Is taken Internally and acts thru tho Dlood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System. 'One Hundred Dollars Is offered for any caso that Hall's' Catarrh Medicine falls to cure. Send for Circulars niirt tctlmonlnl9. K. J. CHI3NKY . CO., Toledo, Ohio. Hnltl by DrUKBlMs, i.'.r. Hall's ramily I'llls for 'constipation. -- n, Succor of Turks ARninst Greek Ann- - couple of people hung up their phones I I. Ics BUrs MusNiilninn Under mu ma una ... m.TU.I uui ui .I.' iiuhzu- it.. juu iiuiieu ..! wrong wire nnd cut two people off Moscow. from talking, would you think it j Baqu, Azerbaijan, Soviet Republic, fair If either of the victims swore a I Jnn. 21. Tho success of Turkish little and asked if you were out late arms against tho Greeks is stirring last night? tho Mussulman world, nnd may In If you were at tho switchboard and effect on some-ontimo havo a asked tor a. connection nnd tho tho person desired did not answer the Russian Influonco throughout nnitfnattD. TitrUnofnn nnrl Pprflfn. telephone, nnd if the party calling V...UVUUUB, u....v... H - -- There is a tendency on tho part ofrattied the receiver rapidly, Instead Moscow, tired of settling ImI arm Inn. I ot slowly, as he should, and the ratble disputes, to let these various out- tling of the phono hook did not regislying republics, sovietlzed by forco of ter In the office, and if afteer a while circumstances and Red Army greed, ho did get into communication with to go their own way, temporarily, and you, would you llko hlm to ask you certainly" the republics have not been If you thought you were enjoying a slow to reassert their old local pow- "pink tea?" er. ' It would, no doubt, do us all good May Revive Old Form. m to put ourselves In the other person's Imperial Russia formerly had a place whenover we are Inclined to Pleurisy pains are located Just beLumbago affects Bortof blanket rule, called a vice-- find fault with public sorvice. The low tho short ribs. tho same region but toward the back. royalty, functioning In tho- - Caucasus, employees generally do" ttfeir work Ballard's Snow Liniment is tho reme- consisting of seven provinces nnd flvo as well as they: can. Manchester by. (N. H.) Dally Union and American. dy in cither case. If rubbed in thor- territories, for a region populated m pain, relaxes tho mus- 12,000,000 persons, three times the oughly It eases cles and tho patient can move about size of New England arfd three- JUNIOR CLUB ntODUCTS VALUE ABOVE $150,000 Price 30c, fourths as large as Texas. freely and comfortably. Moscow lately has proposed to re Sold by 60c and-- f 1.20 per bottlo. m vive this old central form of govern Ohio County Drue Co. Lexington, Jan. 23. Farm prod ment, In order to eradicate the bound ucts valued at $167,203.17 were pro ary, commercial and customs dis- duced durinE 1921 per cent POLICE-CHIEORDERED TO republics of Azer- of the 19.543 Kentucky farm boys LID IX HENDERSON putes among the CLAMP baijan, Georgia, DQghcstan and Ar and girls enrolled in Junior agricul side-lin- e disKy., Jnn. 21. In spe menla, including lively tural clubs who complete the year's Henderson. putes with Turkey and Persia. report on their work, according to an cial session today the city commisBut it there Is any union It may announcement by C. W. Buckler, fade-rechief of police to the sioners be" rather against than for Moscow. stuto leader of junior agricultural enforce the Sunday closing law to tho February 1. Tha chief Outside of Georgia, it even not there, club work from the College of Agrilottor after generally speaklng.the culture. was especially or'dered to close tho the Turk and, Of the total number enrolled, that datfi. Islam Influence is stronger than that moving picture shows after were farm girls who carried on Tho action was a surprise. Last Sun-iln- v of Russia. IMnm In Saddle u.t IlaUu. canning nnd sewing projects. Three drug Stores remained all tho Islam is certainly once more in tho thousand, six hundred, eighteen of clpse'd and owners signed an agree of closed on Sun- saddle at Baku. Even the coachmen theso reported the production ment to keop them speak the Russian language. $15,347 worth or canned or dried days for,nt least a year. This action refuse to Enver Pasha, former Turkish War products. was taken when it became known Minister, who was sentenced to death Poultry proved to be, the most popthat tho grand Jury was investigating hv a Turkish court martial for plung ular project, according to the report, violations. the Sunday law ing that country into the World War, 4,628 youngsters having"been engagO has been hero lately apparently try- ed In It. Of this number 2,390 reJAILER" OF FREE "JAILED respect to Mosported the production of products CHARGE OF 1HUHERY ing to show that due His plan cow should bo continued. worth $5,100. on for a Of the 20 or more projects outlinWhitesburg, Ky., Jan. 21. A ver-Ul- ct of campaign is now to hold He says was "reached by a while longer with Russia. ed for the children, corn growing of acquittal can be cleared was the one which produced prodJury brought from" Perry county In ' h ririiioii influence commonwealth out of alof Turkey, Persia and the ucts having the highest total value. the case of the peoples of Turkestan and In-,- n Of the 1,947 who were enrolledln this against Ffss Whlttaker, former coun Islamic wnrk-ini-r n hv with the Russians. project, 1,133 reported the produc ty Judge, the "Jailed Jailer," on a. j He argues that when Britain has tion of corn worth $33,534.53. charge of accepting a bribe from and Turkey is once William J.Bates ,who was confined been defeated more politically independent, Russia MARRIED AT LAST. in Jail on a charge of murder last with, the Soviet rule year. Whlttaker was tried on a can be dealt this overthrown here and in Turkestan, After a courtship begun 63 years whisky transporting charge thirty days in and the old order ago, Mrs. Mary woous anu wuiium week, fined nnd given T ' Communism, backed up by tho Coburn, of Los Angeles are now hapjail. ' ! Eleventh Red Army, Is still inclined pily married.- - In heir youth they in Baku the "kept company" in a Minnesota town, Heartburn, indigestion or distress 'to Joy ride in Tints, but enough instantly relieivedby 'worm Is turning. It has had but later separated and both mar of tho stomach is of digest-e'- d 'of the Cheka nnd the slaughter ried someone else. About 20 years Herblne. It forces the ba'dly Its. minisbody and restores Its business men. Andriev, aco when Mrs. Woods' husband and food out of the affairs. Is a Commun- Mr. Coburn's wife died both drifted tone in the stcmach and bowels. Price ter of foreign name only and Moscow Is obeyed-in- to California where the wooing was 60c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County ist in sofar as Moscqw's mandates suit renewed. She is'pnly 89 and he is m Tniir ftnmnnnv. iBaku. a barely 90 years old. Dr. Nariman Narimanov, InstaUed mm UNIVERSITY HAS NO FUNDS. as president of the Azerbaijan Re.FIND BIGGEST GAS 'FIELD. becAuse ot his ComIt is reported that the University public by Moscowall a Mussulman and According to the U. S. bureau of to close its munism, is after of Vienna Is preparing not side with strangers against mines, the largest natural gas field doors on account of a lack of money can people.- - There are not only in the world has been discovered in to pay the protestors. If, has been his own bread lines, but oil lines In Bahu, the Louisiana. It is located "near the carefully calculated that n family of region ot the East. city of Munroe and covers over 135,-00- 0 three requires a minimum of 1,000,-00- 0 richest oil For theso and other reasons, if acres. It is estimated there are crowps a year to live in Vienna. cloOO crowns, nnd a success crowns, definitely the long about. 32 cubic miles of gas In tho A shirt cijsts fight ot Mustapha Kemnr Pasha, In reservoir.- - At the rate of 20O".0O0,-00- 0 suit of clothe3 100,000, Fare for a be- shuffled daily the supply would last flvo erowns. The Turkey, the cards will' rido oft a street car is 30 anew hera nnd the Caucasus moun- leading Southern cities 32 years. highest paid professors nt the" univerbecome "political sity wer found to be facing 'starva tains again - .will headllnors. ' CHEAPER TO SUIJSCRIIU!.. tion. 1 .I e - ci tjix were talk, "Jin seven people to close and thereand a' of theso together a eighteen connections in to enablo thir- - j fwt.tr.rtnfrMalSFluidDracti fTMHK CASTOR! For Infants and Childre. rwv3 Mothers Know TEM Genuine Castofia J- - JJ Ifi tiiJS riF.NT. ! SSIfe'SKSta., i tiniilhcStomachsaftlBq're: Always Bears the r.hpprfulncssMdRestC8BtiJ irnHin(nori .tacotic; iu iinenu. .7. ...... Signature ftvAff of Senna m . : J&tmMltror " ;i ..' ti7.?Z t T j ij.vfiH i E MSS31 "YoSS OF SLEEP v. -- : . in 1 j,,rr 1 1 -? in Use 4l For Over Thirty Years JvT K )l CTTTiraJTi 'VMamm CAST THteiNTiimeovpANy, new tonn Ex&:t Copy of Wrapper. err Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. i,l n The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning "Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper prestige and reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving, news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated.Press. With important legislation coming before Congrdss and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, TheCour-.ier-Joum- al is the daily newspaper you will need. . By special arrangements we are now able to offer " THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND - THE REPUBLICAN , v r Both one year, byjnnll, fjir only ?5.7S. T "DIRECTING PLANES" i INFOGf ' i & PORTRAIT OF GEORGE , WASHINGTON IS FOUND GUburt painter- - f enrly days. Ho ttt'q three, boat known por- Stuart was tho most famous American painted After traits of George Washington. painting the orjglnnls, ho made over It is believed, and sold them when ho was n.noed of funds. Most of theso pictures have disaps, Tlip Iioth sysrenVof directing "ait nl7.n1nnn whOn thfl llHnt'sf' VlglOH. 48 obscured by n fog itaB ben foupd 'to bo vei.y practical nnu naa miruciuu h. great xlenf of 'Interest , A, ground cable charged wrlthn' alternating current indicates the direction toj a device on tho wireless receiving plane. Tho pilot wears- - tf receiver on one ear, leaviiTj; tho other free to listen totho nglne. It Js intehdedjo use tho system on the London-Pari- s lino, whero fogs aro frequent and peared from vlow, but ono of them has Just turnod up in Now York. It had been tusumed that thl3 old picture was' u copy that some other artist had made, but when it was 'cleaned, up It proved to bo Stuart's Is valued at $150,000, work. thick. ,- - COLUMBUS'S ItACK.IMMATEItlATi .lt m x THE NEW TREASURY SAVINGS CERTIFICATES Tho now Issue of Treasury Savings Certificates, which was placed on sale on December IB Inst,' has arquspd much favorable comment. Theso certificates which mature in' flvp'years and sell at the rate of $80 for $100 maturity vnluo, aro pffored in three bus," he"adds., 0 $25, $100. and denominations every certificate is regisand tered in the namo of tho purchaser as a protection against loss In case For Infants and Chlldrea of fire, theft, or other unavoidable certificates are held In agency.. It tho Years to maturity they yield Interest at.ihe Always bears compounded the Tate of 4V4 per ceut If redeemed before Signature of maturity, they yield interest at the $1,-00- noted, Mgr, Soto (a Spanish prelate) declares that the Columbus was n records vshow-tha- t Jew. James A. Flaherty, head of tho Knlghttf oft5oluinbus, says that this revelation wjll havo no effect on the attitude of that .organization. The two. pertinent facts are that Colum-- . bus discovered America and that he was n Cathplic, and it is for that reason that the Knights pay homage to, him, he says. "The first pope , St. .Peter was a Jew; it is religion-not race, that wo honor In Colum- " A8we recently CASTOR UsForOvr 30 A Boml-annuull- atf&&sr "Coma hither" honif to' summon a friend or . WILL ACCEPT LEGACIE- Sa spin must stop, declnr-- d Jpdgo Cobb of New York, as he - Quite a sensation wns causedabout fined a driver' $5 for each an offense. a year ago when it was announced "Courting by bonking keeps people that Charles and Hamilton Garland awake," the magistrate declared, had refused to tako.the million-dolla- r "and all honkers will be' brougV inlegaci3 left them by their father. to court to get their deserts," m They are IdeaRsts and they- - thought It was wrong for such big fortunes LOVE'S FATAL HURRY. . to be passed on to those who had But dono nothing to earn tJjem. Speaking with the authority acthey have "weakened and now It is quired in 25 years of service as pasdeclared they w,M accept the" mon- tor of Jhe famous Little Church ey. Around"the Corner In New York, Dr. ) G. C, Houghton declares that 85 ,per cont ot runaway marriages are failTHE TELEPHONE GIRL, ures On the Btrongth of his belief open marriage h but he If you w'ere b telephone girl and 'hat. the -b iur board -- In. a rush Btood at a switch a monm. r.rww.uMjaM fiour. and If some dhe took the tele- - tuples ! not always mean parental tyran- Phone off the hook when there were ny," he says. forty other people doing the same thing witnin a mmuie, una u wii DR. LOREN. GETS LICENSE. person having watted ten seconds' you were asleep? how should ask It After tho New York Stat authorl- would, you 1IM) It? girl and tles had '"declared positively that no If you were a telephone you bad eighteen . telephone wires I license could be issued fnHl Atlolph , the 25cont Thrift Stomp and, tho $5 War Savings Stamp, have been discontinued, but tho Thrift Stamps outstanding --will bo accepted at face value forthe new Treasury, Savings Certificates, or will bo redeemed nt face value lii cash at Post offices. Postal Savings th Stamps will continue to bo offered in Ton ot these danomlnatlonb. ctnmntt .itt:irhed to a Postal SaVlllfTS card may bo converted" Into an. inter est .bearing Postal Sayings account -10-ce- nt Tho small war-tim- e Treasury ing fnvthe postofflce box next to his, -r M. A'. AVallace, a barbc- - of Mt. ui . wim flnpil SG0. Wallace saldh'q took the paper during the world series bo that customers coma koep jpostetl on tho results of tlr& games,' "But I'll subscribe In the future,'' he declared. "It's cheaper In tho end." Stc-iine- For taking Jho newspaper belong- Thls offer applies to renewals, as well as new subscriptions, tut New only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. may, It desired, start at a latter dato, and renewals wRl dat.e from expiration of present ones, If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute. Tho Louisville Tunes fo? The Courler-Jourpa- l. Send or bring your orders to the office of i M xi M i si - NO MORE "HONKING" FOR GIRLS " honks on an auto swe"et-heartf- ' '' or EAGLE "MIKADO' IMfllTnTTilHl'l'HtrBFCT For Sale at your Dealer SSk "t"? i 'imCi tf Pencil Mo. 174 it -- - "r tire it-- Mado in EAGLE MIKAD'O ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BANO EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK- Lorenz. the famous Austrian "blood less surgery" specialist, to practice, the license was Issued. Thero has been much controversy over Dr. Lorenz. who is eulogized by many as a great worker for the cause of suffer ing humanity but who is opposed by some as being a foreign schemer whoso main purpose Is to draw American dollars" Mayor Hylan, of New York Issued a public tribute to Dr. Lorenz and called him. "an ambassador of humanity," - "Ho has shown that there is something wrong with our system when out of every 1,000 ot our Inhabitants, six are cripples," h6 said. AFTER ELECTRIC TRUST. It was brought out in tha adk-wo- od n . Investigation hi New YocEi tfeal despite the warnings of tha government, tho big electrical ecmetuss. controlled mainly by tho Ceuctart Electric Co., havo been lnalntaJsets arcomblno and monopoly and "ni 3w dictating prices for electric Uui bulbs, etc, they oxact "an extorlfi-at- o tribute of $100,000,000 a ytmr consumers." p tfur from American instance, it was stated, a " bulb for an" auto costs only " to make but dealers are required sell iLfor 52 cents. 9 V V yhe Hartford Republican 4 Whole weck'c work, besides the f S'"l , . : tNotlce Is hereby given that I( or one of my deputies will on Monday, February 6, 1922 between tho hours of 10' o'clock' a. m. and 2 o'clock p. m., at tho Court House door In Hartford, Ohio County, Ky., expo'so to public sale for cash In hand, the folso lowing 'described property, or much thereof" as may bo necossary to pay State,' County and School tax due thereon and unpaldr and tho Interest penalty and costs thereon. No. 1 East Hartford amt. tax By whom listed No. acres Mfss Virginia Hlnes, 40 a 2.80 No. 4 Sulphur Springs $.82 Mrs. Mary Bratcher, 66 a 13.40 Pal Coots, 46 a '. R; O. Flolden, 20 a l.is W. T. Wright, 50 a IMS . . "0.04 .Tas. H. Wright, 124 a. ; il,32 Jno H. Wright. 88 n. . " No. 5 Mognn 4.57 D. A. Hendrix, 57 a. No. fl Cromwell 31.06 Guy Faught, 80 a '. . 8.65 G. W. Poole. 44 a No. 7 Cool Springs Leslie and Lester Davenport, 36.50 176 n 5.11 Everett Green, 30 a No. 8 North Hockport. Mrs. Mary Hoops, I town lot 6.07 Nannie P. Heck, 1 towji lot . . . 6.07 Mrs. Josephine Layton, 2 town 23.04 lota Emory Tllford, 1 town lot... 8.05 No. 0 South Rockport 12.21 Jerry Dawson, 6 a 24.38 W. P. Graves, 125 a mMrs. R. P. Her, 1 town lot' . . . 7.39 The "Marlon Vacationist" we, . My yards are full of the best I Mrs. Salllo B. Jackson, 165 a., HARTFORD ROUTE . 54.68 and one town lot Mrs. Turner Hlmes, who has been laying things that Mr. Wilson did while ever had In size, color and . 13.12 ill for the past few days, Is much Jno. Murphy, 1 a Propensities. serving as the Nation's chief execu- 9.54 Mrs. Eliza Robinson, 80 a. pulat this writing. better Some extra fine cockerels and tlve officer, yet we always recognlz- No. 10 Select Mr. and Mrs. Archie D. Hoover " ' ae" ed and acknowledged him as Presl- 5.10 have moved on Mr. Gabbert's farm re Park Daugherty, 12 n .. 3.85 dent. per 15. Prices on large quantities cently purchased from Arvln Hoov Mrs. Florence Flener, 25 a. C. H. White, 78 a 12.88. "? t ,., er. the Jfor incubators on application. W. J. Bryan In addressing No. 11 Horse Branch Mesdames Chester Stewart and JOHN B. WILSON, Parley In Washington Monday 10,91 Parm Byers, 30 a were In Hartford Mon J.-Ellis Hoover Hartford, Ky. said that the present Congress had 7.17 J. H. Crowe, 20 a day. mm done most for the farmers, but that 18.33 attended the William Underhlll, 69 a Several from here WASHINGTON. V Tfo. 12 Rosln6 It was probably because the present party at Mr. Ansel Patton's, near Hef- - , I,, Saturday Congress was the worst scared. Even L. J. Allen, 7 a 5.11 lipon miirh stirrinr lln. nlcht Thero hasn't 14.-8W" ," .,'. on. "WWW b.V. Llltle Ml.. Leah My Mo,W.y Is Frank Arnold, 30 aa trad " , , .ft, 1356 Albert Austin, 89 9.01 Ermine CrpWder, 27 a m .on. ,.r ...poor, ',-iSSK5.11 . J. H. Goodwlne, 20 a retotned 9.01 C. H. Haven,' 27 a trodden tuier 01 tne sou. home nere Sunday after spending children spent Monday with Mr. and 6.51 Pearlle Log'sdon, 40 a .. . Mnmnr. a week with relatives in urayson .Mrs. uuaiey uaniei, ai ueua. ,nMi. ... 7.7.61 A .S. Monroe, 500 a . .,. , county. Ing for lower "taxes and complaining '4.37 Jno.. Probus, 3 a T-- l .. . Mrs. Delia Bratcher, of this place, . ... . t,to ...- L. Renfrow, 6 acres' 10.32 ' to her.hoine Monday, after STRAY STREAKS' E; T. Schroeder, 35 a S.80 thing, that, and the other, some ...of returned - epvprnl cnonHlnptiava ..in - Owen.i- 7.94 T. J. Watson Jr., 20 a the rest of .us are advocating me (By Fluke McFluke. wiping out ot the "I. O. Us" execut- - bro. No. 15 Mvlfcnry. Mr. and Mrs. Holland Gray, of 11.47 ed by the Allies to Uncle Sam for J. S. Smith, 3 acres : were the guests o( Mrs Gray s George Jones, the new deputy good money borrowed during the re- - Taffy, No. 10 Contcrtown "cent war. Generosity Is most always parents,' Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown, sheriff pulled a scaly trick On us M. L. Ashby, 50 a. 11.75 Sunday, when he slipped Into his new hpme in M. M. Hoover 60 a.. commendable, and it may be more Saturday night and 13.50 kittle Edna Newcomb, daustater ot the square just bjyond our house. N. E. Martin, 45-SLOS1. blessed to give than to receive. But .." L. Newcomb, who has He came In after, night and had been ...... . i Mr. and Mrs. L. i i,o 1 18.43 Mrs. Lena White 29 a. to wipe me tfuic uivau n m.csc 111 for some time, Is very much lllvlng there for about a week before No. 17 Smalllious stances means that the money andean George knew very A. H. Boyd, .86 a we; heard of it. 49.60 , equivalents furnished the various Na- - j well that It was an unbroken policy No. 18 East Fordsvillo tlpps must be replaced by Individuals I.OL1SMLLE MARKETS. tof our's to spend two or three days Otis Craig, 40 a 9.38 within America. Money and other with all newcomers as soon as they Mrs. G. M. Craig. 62 a 12.55 things of value does not grow upon Cattle-Mid- week trade brought get. set up, hence the quietness pt his Walter Mariow, 80 a ,.. 12.52 A..(re -even for our Undo Samuel, he supply. Demand foi the comng. Ho may be a candidate again, C. H. Pierce, 1 town lot 6.53 onl; hv tak- - 0ut a Bnt procures his exchequer was active, but sometime hence and it will be our Mrs. Charlie Spencer, 75 a. .. 7.31 In addition , hest B ht butChers his subjects. ing.it from aim to get even svlth him unless he Mrs. May Whither, 1 town lot 5.82 makes the proper amends. No. 10 West Fordsvillo ' T.' A. Evans, 70 a. 17.19 one loan to pay interej Jailer Nat Hudson Is authority for I Jasper Gre.e'r, 1 town lot . . . '.". 5.49' f on and redeem other ity . me uuuum 1"1"stockers and feeders; plainer the statement that Adam Kesslnger Arlena kirk, 53 a. . .. ... .. 2.42 ueuiors oi .u. ,..ni less active. Common stockers of MoHenry, who is both deaf and No. 20 Actnavillo us like a I " them looks to , ? d dra y at ,QW prlces dumb bought himself a graphonola a Louisa Payne, 75 a.. . . ."?. . . 6.35. ob .. case, of simply transferring the Prime heavy steers few days ago. Nat is accounted a Quotations! ""'No. 22 Olaton ,, ligation to the shoulders of the indheavy shipping steers $6 tolerably apt storyteller, arid it Is said Miss Hilary J. Miller, 50 a. . ,. 11.10 compose our own gov- $6.50S 7; ividuals who ge.50;medlum to. good $5.503 6.50; when he made" the statement above io. : jsarucu - -' ernment. 8.73 fat hejfers $5Q.?5; fat cows ?5 mention he crossed- his lower ex- D, P. King, 50 a. . . .. , J16.76 5.50;. medium to :good ?3.5Upt; cui- - tremities and swore to It. J. A. Ralph, 67 a . The wages of farm lauorers nave No. 25 Hcflln nnR bvbooS: dropped, and st(jckra Heen. 13.63 The deaf man who recently bought J. E. Kirk," 66 a wages pahl to any proportion than No. 20 Ralph n graphanola will probably get as ' as other class in the entire Nation '5.27 350 neadi j,ar. much, If not very much more enjoy- Sarah B. Magan, 15 a ' lk. rfaown by reports No. 30 Prentiss and 50c higher. Best ment out.of his machine than a. lot of Es he Bureau ot Markets and 7.91 & us-dJoe F. Barnes, 10 a who have ears and can hear. timates. 'The male farm laborer in ;8.n Addlo Mae Wallace, 100 a. . 95 Kentucky, received an averse wage, 0ead; Market When we go to Louisville we'are No.' .11 Herbert . 0, during the year 1921, 6.67 going to put ourself under the pro- W. H. Hasklns, 45 a , . . . . so'pounds.brought including board 26.00 13.24 s 12Q6 Henry, as he If Mrs. Mary Pleasant, 55 acres tecting Wing of John Xoard the average was $37 and p,g3 holding down a position with the s No. 32 Arnold averages were J36.40 an 1920 the thwV(jut3 sheriff of Jefferson County. We are Tobe Allen iheirs) 50 a. j .4.57 for The average 8.11 W down: willing to svager a good, round sum J. W. Allen, 100 a. ..,.-...- . farm labor during the year Just 50 9.49 a It B'. H. Burden, 2 that John is a regular ferret when passed '5.10 steady. Best comes to locating places where lids Bui Cotton, 20 a liibs-?- ! 41.20 with board, 5 11. apcordihg.to.quallty; dre cracked or the least bit tilted, Frank Cummlngs, 50 a. .. . . $1.00, a against 29,11 w. on is . being the case, he would B. Ej Crabb. 1.4.0, a and that 1920. The average .wage paid In ,15.99 . have ho trouble in keeping us stear- - Perry Morris. 100 a. , i 4.56 Ohio county, with board, in.1921 was produce Mrs.'-P- , SwIhjBrt. .68 a...... a'way from such places of abomina ed $1:31, being 11 cents a.bovo the, 5.84 H C. Smith, 114 af.,,... .. t S. tion and contamination. Jjrtag State average. The lowest average No. 34 Simmons. B wage was paid In Clinton county, bea 5.82 Albert Cox says that he Is golniTto Mrs. Mltchel EWor.12 ' ing 60e. Next to th. low scale w a4 f2.39, something on I. D. Claire that. J, L. Miller, 41a. Casey county, large' 20c .ft.; spring Jiook No. 33 v Addition POULTRY-H- ens, will make him "dummern" a ox for at counties made 7.91 .0 m all quite- a lonff spell, Mrs. Ora Allen, 90 a sgprlngPor829.q lb!: the very leasthlle Harlan's report Is given as 3 Rebecca-Brown- , 95 a. , . . 15.22 . We've been wondering, what it could Mrs. 9.64 .; y.oung D. Chaj)pcdJ,40va. the re- - roosters 1.0c lb.; ducks 20e lfec lb.; .be. Albert shorely knows ot some J, Robert Decker,,! town lot . 5.82 ; Bee8e body Claire has killed or something Mrs. .qrts: 'A comparison 01 me r ; 6. Dawson,a79,a;, ,,,,,, - ... J19.08 any of the borers" wage with tbota-lDUTTai Found' ?.6c,. like that. 23.06 WlUlo, Graves, 100, a.. VH"11 other occupations will eUsily and a. tJ. 10.96 Y.-- Hagertnan, one, of ,Mrs. Lydia Hazellp, 25 . Wo saw J. -very readily Blve one a good picture Millers, carrying B.. M. Smiley, 50 a. ...,...,. 5.13 cause of tho stringency of the . Current approximate buying prices the JMke- Street of the 'peared to us like, a bag J. S. Sheldon, 37 a. .. H.... 8.11 times and explain, to a great extent, carload lots quoted by mills: Wagon home what other day from, up own. MJke tierney, 1 town lot f 12.21 2 red $1.25. the o'meal WHEATNo. the reason'for so much unrest. Farm but spect Earl Tolbert, 1 town lpt . . . 4.03 Wo don't know for sartln, labor usually extends over a period of svbea't $1.2p. U.. )V.. Taylor,177 a. . . . , , . . . 49.77 The following- prlceaare, quoted In itoa ineaked into somo grocery and to 11 hours each day, whereas 10 . . good, phi fashioned. trackyUoulsvllle: found some. real lota'In 10.25 the majority of othor'Iaborers nut In carCORN bulk, 2 whiteAllen, 72 a. t 2 mini made by some good, honest Bunk No; 55c;iNo. 21.87 about 8 hdurtf per day ond many ot a. It to ta,Ke Mrs. country miller' and- grabbed day1, and yellow 55HcrNo. 2 mlxed,55c-.3.87 them receive as niuch Inbue Camp,-town, lot could- - bavo some;goofi Jno. OATS-Nb- . 2 white 4ic;. No; 3 homo-.so's'hmore 0f'th5mMn2:days a: the wany 8.11 J. W. Dunn, 50 a cornbread at bla bouse. i aborer upon tbe farm receives for a white 39c. k In longer when measured tf worked. The present price of. farm Weekly by Published products will not stand an advance Present Strength of 150,000 Proper pARTPORD PRINTING COMPAOT Example, To World President ' In wages. It Is even doubtful wheth-e- r Incorporated " "' - ' Keels It pays to hire at all, that la continuous labor. mm W. 8. TlJfSLEY, Editor , Although Washington, Jon. 24. and Business Manager. President Harding bellevga that the WALLACE AND SECRETARY BRYAN ADDRESS FARMERS work of tho Washington Conference eventually, will lead to reduction of Catered acco'fdlng to law at tho JPwtoMco, Hatfford, Ky., as wall Washington, Jan. 23. Secretary both naval and Jand armaments, he tatter ot tbo second class. Wallace, as head of tho Department Is not prepared now to recommend of Agriculture, outlined tho purpos- any radical reduction In the land Hiroii nil'' communications to es of tho agricultural conference' to- forces of tho United, Statos. The Hartford Republican. It was said today at the White day after President Harding had delivered his address and Representa- House that Congress might, with the tive Anderson, of Minnesota, was President's approval, make some SOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Ij'wh.Ue I'modest reductions'" below the prespaper sent then madepermanent chairman Subscribers desiring the ent 160,000 limit of the American argive the-- old twelve, major committees were, ''to a new address must .shirty various nroblems my, but that the Administration request. in iidresa In making the Business Locals and Notices 10c .with the view of submitting recom wfiuld not give its approval to any reper IDA Tor tsr line, and 8c duction which would bring the army mendations. ; m Insertion. The delegates and their farolllda below the point of absolute national nd Cards Obituaries, Resolutions 6c for of President lo tt Thanks, line per word, and money tonight were; guests reception and safety.adopting that attitude, Mr. Harand slgnautre, In, Meh head ot the Mrs. Harding at a ,. U advance. ding Is" said to recognize that the ,forsexvlces free, White House. Church Notices lc per William J. Bryan, who was In the world still Is In a state ot unrest, hav Bt other ndvertlsom'eifts, '.' ' word. audience, was called to the platform ing fallen far short of complete re will Anonymous communications late In the afternoon and described covery from the effect of tha war. He rtcelve no attention. tho mnfnrencA ns one of thcirtlOSt also is said to feel that If the nations Important held In this country in a of Europe were to reduce their war TELEPHONE long time. Agriculture, ho said, was armies to the same degree, as has' al69 Farmers Mutual In the worst condition in thirty years ready been dpne by this Government, and he could not see how there fcould the world situation would be greatly any general prosperity until" the changed. JANUARY .27 be TRIDAV An army approximately the prescondition of the farmer was Im ent strength of 150,000, the Presii proved. on other questions no dent Is said to believe, represents a Touching" No brother we were not much per ,lA.ln.fl.l ... Ytn Vio nfaeont ilnnirrftQR nroner example to the world. He -- '"" turbed over the "Adamson Act." we had done more than, previous ones. Jetls, It Is said, that Russia, with her were merely speaking of a fac. .It effectlves( does not 500,000 -; . representor more example, but rather waB a nice, smobthe piece of political j such an and jthan other Congresses." work, pulled off at the right time represents n poor picture .of what a handsomely ssrved its purpose great democracy should do. BARRED ROCKS. farmJHARDlNG OPPOSES .RADICAL ARMY CUT hours SHERIFF'S SALE For State,. County And School for 1021 Tn, i i THE UNIVERSAL CA.R Prices Reduced and TRUCKS are in price than ever in the history o! the Ford Motor Company. When prices were higher there was a great scarcity of Fords every .spring. Now, with these reduced prices, and more prospective buy-er- s than ever before, we contemplate a shortage. If you are a prospective buyer we ask you to place your order early to insure prompt delivery. .... IJ0RD CARS ...... .... "mi 'v"". '"" , ... ' '"J? "' ts 'Jr .. . ,f , "" 6 Beaver Dam Auto Col Beaver Dam, Ky. 10IT,S'tHsTvW,UI,.r . . ... , '"vv rr- . ..,... .. Clean-U- p WE HAVE DECIDED TO- - ', Sale CLEAN UP OUR k01' STOCK OF i-- z ... ii crd rrcsoiZoS -, ' V f jt ..... 1 ?ned ...;..:.. STOVES AND RANGES Aid have slashed the sale prices to bedrock. If you need a first class Stove or Range we can SAVE YOU MONEY, while you mayget the best to' be had. We are going to move the stock. Come" early and get your pick. - mwvvx- ' Jf .1 7$Lk nlch-cowS-$206- . -- Lie "fj 'iim '"""J YS J" , J W Qts? ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, ... ,' I KENTUCKY -- '"J"" h,CblnrhuUnf ,,, , I . 1.45 Jim Rice, (heirs) mineral 77 J, JI. Dunn, 2 a acres 8.11 3.62 Bedford Embry, 30 a. bal. This Dec. 30, 1921. ,,-Mrs. J. J. Fisher, 40 a. . . . . . 8.69 N '33.07 S. A. BRATCHER?,? R. Karnes,' 70 a." 7.41. Olilen Lake, 50 a. Shorirt of Ohio County. Mrs. QeorgO D. Mattlngly, 250 - - .,.,..,, ,- , uulp"r JJ. - Noii.-Wue- -- - Julla-CqqkT- - O ny mutual consent ot each "of Dalley Puckett, 1 town lot. . . 3.85 ' T. itoafs, 1 town lot . . 1.21 parties hereto the law firm pfHeav-Ezkl- el 2.78 rln & .Martin is dissolved to take; Rice, 1 town lot. ? .... T. Smith, 1 a.; 1 tow nlot 1.30 feet January 1st, 1922. 7.7.7 Witness our signatures this C. T. Taylor, 19 a. 6.27 conibnr 31, 1921 Thoinas, 20 a 2.42 M. L. HEAVRIN,". Alna Thomas, 1 town lot-town lot . 1.34 QTTO C. MARTIN. Adrane Tlchenor, Colored. . . CARD OK' THANKS. Mrs. Nannie Brlggs, 1 town lot 1.30 3.14 Minnie Chlnn, 1 town lot We wish to .express our sincereOeorge W. Cook, 1 town lot. . . 3,86 4.84 thanks to our many friends who Dud Mauzey, 1 a Charlie Davis, 1" town lot ; .V." .5:82; assisted us during the jjlness, and 5.82ideuth.-o-f Ray Eldson, l'town our d.ear hjisban.d and fath-',;,. ; W. Eldson, 1 towrt lot .';.' Y 3.14 er; C. B. Bauhn, MRS. P. D, BAUQHN AND Nattle. Park, 1 toWri Jot .".'. .N' I 4.5ff . ( Mrs. wary j. nice, vs a. .gjIIDJlENV - acres izi.uo: auTicu .'.... ni, ...;...... De-Em- ma .... ... lot.?.;', .... - -- 4 ... ,- -! .'Mpcr--- v- a .4 Are you attending our Big Clearance, Sale? v If .not yqujare the loser. it's.the.talk of the.town. Everybody is wondering )ori't be a "doubting' 'Thomas," how we do it. come and see us and we will explain to you how we can sell. '' " ,' ; " j. . $40.00 $30.00 $25.00 $35.00 $30.00 $15.00 '; Ladies' Cloaks Ladies' Cloaks. . . .'. Ladies' CloaksMen's Overcoats Men's Overcoats Men's Overcoats. - .......:. 20.95 ..:..;.........$24.9$ ,.-- T , . .-... ......... 15.95 v . 24.95 .,,. . .,. .,. ,." 19.95 :. . . . . .". :t 8.95 WE WILL EXPLAIN TO YOU 'How we can sell to you thousands of yards of and Short Lengths below manufacturer's : price. 20c 35c Ginghams, 32 inches wide, per yd 25c Ginghams, 27 inches wide, per yd. . ; . . . ..s19b i ...... rt r l trt !J. 1UC zi zuc Vjingnams, rn mcnes wiae, per yu "Good Prints, dark or light, per yo . . , . . ?.& . .8c 15c Best Outing, per yd j ,35c Best Bed Ticking, per yd ; . . .69c $1.25 White Table Linen, per yd ; .:. .19c 35c Fancy Suitings, per yd 10c Domestic, per yd 15c .; Bleech, ner yd Good $11.95 $20.00 and $25.00 Ladies' Furs .20c Percales, veiy best, per yd 35c yar-wi. $4.9S $6.00 Ladies' Waists Mill-En- ds - '''" 1 t -- ..... 36-in- ch 36-in- ch de . -- $8.00 Ladies'-Waist- s A.- - $6.95 V The Hartford . Republican 1 HlBlistcHsh 'prrcV'pafd foteggs ana poultry every uay in me year. W. B. ELLIS & DUO. Rev, John A. Dennett, of Utica, was the euest Sundaynlght of his broth er, Mr. James C., Bennett! and. Mrs. Bennett, this city. Come In and see us; you'll see something good to eat you nave oeen looking fof. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR, Anything In 'the fancy line to eat. Ask us for It. If, wa don't have ft, ; we will get It for you. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. FRIDAY, JAXUAUV 27 ' LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Carl Stalsworth, of Cenjral City, Is visiting relatives In this city, SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. S2, Jf it u rV ! We are getting mixed carj Oats, ' Get,1 our Shorts, and Shlpstuff. Hemstitching and PIcot. Edging. prices on five, ten and twenty bag MRS. V. J. BEAty Hartford, Ky. lots. W. E. ELLIS & BJtO, y ' Mrs. D. ir. Ba'rnes went to OwensMrs. Helen IgWheart has returned boro, Tnesday to "take medical treat- to her home, near townYafter spendment ing several weeks with relatives In Owensboro and Daviess" "county Double et of good buggy harness -- i ,.. and jmjIo for sale. Price right. Miss Lurene Collins, of Greenville, E. E. birkhead. stenographer with the Wlckllffe Coal Company of that . city, spent the If It Is anything to eat, we have week-en- d In Hartford with her parIt. Clean, fresh stock of Groceries. ents WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ,'Mr.t'A. C. Aclon, city, returned Wo are headquarters for Red top Wednesday fromLoulSYMe, where ho grass and Red Clover Seed, and other had been In attendance of the. Ken W. E. ELLIS & BRO. seed tucky Retail Hardware Dealers' As sociation. daughters, Mrs." Step Sosh and Bonnie and Lena .RTiea, spent . last SALESMEN WANTED TV) soffit .week-en- d with relatives In Drakes-bororders for lubricating oils, greases and. paints. Salary or. CommlsMon. Red Top' Address THE RARVB.Y Qlk CO., Wo aro headquarters for Cleveland, Ohio. and Red Clover Seed', and other grass o. ' ' --A '. i ' pjay and two black laced comedies will be given at Central School House, Saturday rilghf, Mrs. Haivey W. Powell returned to Grove go Ky., Sunday, Jan. 28. Admission 25c, Receipts -her home at DeKoven the benefit of the school. atter spending a week In Hartford for 'the gueal of her sister,'. Mrs. Herbert Earl Franklin, the small son of Chlnn, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs.. Otto C. Martin, feli In. their home yesa stair-wa- y Mrs. Henderson Murphree return- down morning, .sustaining Injury to Wed- - terday ed to her home jn Owensboro He waa one-- of his hands and arms. nesday morning'," after spending a machine yesterday guest of taken to an y few days Irf'THartford, the afternoon for- exaralMypq. j. - - . her parents, Mr. 'and' Mre. Rowan 4 Holbrook. nr-- a (nlvln f. lt'rnwnlni?. who v .'. nvas .mnl n uronk In UnSsellvllfe Willi her ;'Mrs.' B. E. Richardson, who . husband, who has a position, with the VseHt"'to the Western. Kentucky. Hoi.-piagy re L. & N. It. Kt.i;p., ai. ib H'Sttal f6rtBe'insaneMhe'laterlar.t!of yoaerday .accomjjiuileld Tiy, her home. Id turned, , December, arrived-a- t ''upper' east Hartford, yesterday Very Mr. Browning, ho win. prouwiiy; jer main In. Hrtf.pri several days. ' . Seeds. ', ' ' 29-- 4 w: B. ELLIS & BRO. 'a western X-ra- Vu'chl,niproyed. Mr. John W. Taylor and two chll MUSCLE SHOALS dren, of Stpn, Ky epont last week' DRAET FINISHED end In this city, the guests of ;Mr.. Taylor's parents, Dr. andMrs J. w. ' Taylor. , Contract To Be Sent Ford, Then Ind".' ented Td CongrcoS. Mr. Wells C. Logan took his son Washington, Jan, 23. Legal offi Wells C Jr., to "Danville, Sunday to LET TAYLOR 00 YOUR TAILORING of the War Department completI cers place him In the schoo) fur the deaf ed today the final draft of the con and dumb at that, place. Mr. Logan tract which Secretary Weeks will returned to Hartford Tuesday. send to Congress with "comments" WOOL V attached, covering the proposal of I have Installed a now and Henry Ford for purchase and lease Hemstitching Machine, ym pre- of the government properties at pared to do your Hemstitching and. Muscle Shoals, Ala. Plcot Edging. Bring or mail your Final touches were given the docuMRS. W. J. BEAN, work to me, ment after it had been carefully Hartford, Ky. studied by Mr. Ford's representa tives here nnd said by them to be a Mr. James F. Gillespie, sister, Miss very satisfactory presentation of the Annctta, and nephew, Master James offer. B Carlisle Gillespie,, spent Sunday In It is expected that Secretary Lltchfleld, the guesfs of their ulster', Weoks may receive the uocument to and aunt, Mrs. D. B. Hancock,- - and morrow and forward it immediately Mr. Hancock. to Detroit for Mr. Ford's approval and signature. Secretary Weeks said ho would Mr. A,. C. Porter, former Circuit Court Clerk of Ohio County, but now not make the contract public until it with the Merchants Wholesale Gro- was submitted to Congress for final cery Co., Louisville, spent the week decision. He planned to send It to with his wife here and was present Cbngress, hd added, as soon as it was at the special term of Circuit Court. returned to the War Department by Mr. Ford. The contract was described as con Mr. and Mrs. McHenry Holbrook of son, John Rowan, will leave taining as accurate description and little Sunday for New York, where Mrs. the property Involved and making Holbrook and .son will remain two the proposal sufficiently clear, defiweeks, while Mr. Holbrook will re- nite and complete in its terms as to main a month, in the home office become a binding agreement upon Its purpose, of the International Banking Corpor- approval by Congress. ' .by which concern he is employ- it was explained, was to express Ination, tention of Mr. Ford and not to Ined. corporate the views of the War De Mr. and Mrs. George Bennett, "who partment which will be given to have been visiting Mrs. Bennett's Congress by Mr. Weeks in another at report at the same time the Contract mother, Mrs. W. P. Robertson, to Hartford. ls8ubm!tted. ' ' Moorman, have returned m Mr. Bennett went to Central City MIDWAY Wednesday, wfi.ere he went on a business errand, and his wife remained - in with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Jan. 24. Mr.'.Otha Hosklns, of C. Bennett, for a few days. Wlllams Mines, visited his mother, Mrs. Ellen Hoskfns, who has been NOTICE. confined to her robin for the past month, Sunday. She Is Improving To my friend and pntrqnsu slowly. 'ir;-1 havu completed the course in tlio Mr. L. BLoney, Who has bein 111 Chiaigo Kyi,', Ear, Nose and Throat for the past three months, Is not Hospital, und linvo resumed my prac- much improved. ' tice. Office over the OWo County Miss Eunice Lbney spent last week Drug Co.'s Store. with Mrs. Willie Heflln, of BroadA. II. 1ULEY, M. D. 3U3 way. "Mr. Farrls.'of near Beech Grove, is JOIINIE STEWART IS visiting his brother, Mr. Veachel Far-rl- s, SERIOUSLY INJURED of this place. ' Mr. J. M. Shoulders Is on the sick' " Johnle Stewart, son of L. L. .Stew- list. art, who formerly resided In McHen "Miss Lllile Payton has been ry, and a native of Ohio county, but from a', bone felon.c now of Central City, suffered serious jandny School vihaV been ODDLY STRUNG Debby were sweethearts, Debts sav(" " Injuries at His hoino Tuesday. Ho ' wjtbf Mr. 3j!'. F- - Faught BEADS to carry no'tes for them. (By I. D. Claire.) was examining his automobile ' for Supt.', Miss Violet Loney Secretary ed on one farm and I on anotfier: carburetor trouble and upon striking and,Mrs. Beulah Bishop assistant Sethe Judge's he was not a jadeat a match' an cretary. father's farm was sandwiches, aa. paragraphs ever had any .If these resulted in his being so badly burnI explain all this teSchool, at this place, taught by element of interest for Republican between. ed as to necessitate-- ' the immedla'to Mrs. Alice Faught closed Jan. 13, readers it was. ,due to their local count for Debby's freedom fa removal ofc ona of "his eyes.- - It v?as with an '.entertainment consisting of character, but I have now been so menting on my appetite. that It rccjtntions, dialogues, ' pantomimes lnmr awav- - from Ohio county that I reported here became necessary to remove the oth and songs. feel myself out of touch with the In a conversation with former Secer optic Stewart is 16,oril7 years ' Miss. Minnie Mclntyre, of Evans-vll'le- ,. people, and sometimes suggest to tne retary of State Charles Elnley. a Ciw of age. Is visiting Misses Violet and editor that I discontinue, them? How- -, days ago, he made a' philqsopfcfir re' ' Vetra Heflln. ever, he insists on having an occa- mark that occurred to me at Bfeer KOSINE TMr. Otto Rdwe, wlio received In- sional string. Whether he does this time should be passed on to NBswt. juries while working In the mines to please my vanity or for the pleas- Tlnsley. In discussing traits E. T. Lang who for sometlme Mrs. several days ago, Is. able to resume ure of seeing mcexpose my ignorance man character, he commented: Halt. has been ill with a severe throat and his work again. ,. I do not know, but when a goodly laziness was no more a-- fault to ber lung trouble is slowly Improving. bunch of his subscribers give stop censured than (the color of one's ' Quite a number of men from this . itEEcii .Valley orders for the paper he will take that It was just plain uatureL neighborhood have gone. to Texas to the, hint .from whence the trouble work In the Oil fields. ji now having ifae coldest, comes, and politely send me' a flule- We are Out of'the. mouths of babes sawn Rev. Wilcox delivered an excellent tus. times conies the voice of sageV. 'Wn u sermon at the Methodist church Sat weather ot the season. Quite a large crowd attended the attof the grownups who regular urday night. of Mr. and Mrs. So ephemeral a thing is mortal end church service will not Mr. andIrs, Ira Smith formerly of dance at the home night. fajtie. Only a ll'ttlo while ago Bat acknowledge that they find' stiefe Mfc Horton, have moyed to Shelbyvlllo, Archie White Saturday Mr. and Mrs. J. C Magan were Najl was one of the best known citi- some, but a little LouIsvIJIe fioyswe-m- ed where Mr, Smith haa a position, with Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, zens of Harfforci. Now few people the matter up tersely a fewr the Electric Light Plant at that place. tho guests Jesse Wes.terfeld, of Ralph. know whether he Is living or dead. days ago'. "The' JBmb Tha dwelling of .Mr. Harry Monroe Misses A"rzella and Lou Dell Mq He is a living example of what a ily nre Catholics, and when .ho was destroyed by firo Saturday night wb week-en- d guests of Miss change la editors may do to a felPractically every thing In the house gan were tho told that the Pope was dead, icgftpt-ed- ly Cambron, at Adaburg. Franklo low's fortune. commented, "Well then, was lost. ' . Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller and little have to go' to church' anymore." Mr, and. Mrs. Dowey Alton! and lit Ldaughtor, WJllye Mildred,. Mr., and Then there Is, or rather was, the tie son, Dewey Jr., have moved onto Mrs: Lee P. Miller, and Mrs. M. E. "Kaiser". Il is truehe was a Fluke their farm adjacent to town. If any of the readers of tfils stsJBT spent Sunday with R. A. Duke creation, but his name was known If Rev. Snell filled his regular ap Miller don't like it as It appears, I'll be ttfuit Sunnydale. not honored wherever the Republican to hear any suggestions as to kwr H pointment at this place, Saturday and and family, at Air. Dolus Lanham, son of Mr.Jas. circulated, yet'today he Is a dead'un, Sunday. So, therei. L'anham, of Owensboro, was buried' at and all because of a capricious edl-- might improve it. ' r .The r.eport is that Rjav. Willis Car- t Magan Saturday afternoon, fcev. Phil- tor. Truly editors make and unpreach at Salem next Satur den will c! B. I1AUGHN.. lips, of Deujifield, conducted the fun- make fame, day night. eral services. Mrs. T. S. Miller entertained a Now, the third' member of this Mr.'C.iB. Baughn died at the beast? CENTRAL GROVE. Alfew close relatives at dinner Tuesday, trio of famous Ohio countians, of his 'daughter, Mrs. Clabo WarMr Edmund Scott, of Toledo, O., tho 24th, in honor of her husband's bert Cox, shall not perish from the ding, Adaburgr Wednosday night . birthday. Those pres- aimalV of time so long as I jive and 11 o'clock, January 11, of a ceeefK-cati- on assUted by Mr:J. W. Roeder, of this thirty-sevent- h of turberculosis of the-- r.yte place, Is taking up leases for oil ent wefe Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller can get a ntch In the dear oftl sheet. llt'tfe daughter. Wlllye Mildred, It is possible, of '.course, that If cir- and tumor of the stomach. Ha fauC nnd throughout this community. Rev. W.- - D. Taylor flllell his regu- Mr. J. L. Patton. M; and Mrs. Leo cumstances Induced me tp tell that been in bad health since March. fe bear story I might then write Al- was confined to his beil only a lar appointment at this place Sun- P. MHlerand Mrs. M. E, Miller. ng Mr. J.'l. Patton, Ralph, made a bert's elegy, but so long as that He had been rapidly day. for several days, when air &wffcB Mr. J. S. Ford, who Is under treat business irlp to Hnrtford Tuesday story Is untold Albert shall live In hemorrhage put an end to ks these columns. ment of Dr, Jackson, at Dawson returning Wednesday. . suffering. Ho bore his safiw-In- g Mr, .and Mrs. Protus. Taylor, of Springs,, is sowly improving. bravely to.the end, and said fct And then there is Fonza Midklff, A. O. Stevens, of Prentiss, Is Taffy, spent Thursday with' Mr. J. C. Mrs. on Magan and family, who Is not' getting the publicity his was ready to go,, which Is a great at the bedside of her sister-in-la' 7to. his. family,) Ho Bensetaai ... deserve. Besides, I eccentricities .'. Is very low of paralysis. here, who feel sort 'of sense of gratitude to- wlfo and six children, five Has mbC' MT. PLEASANT. Misses Beatrice dh6 tocket Ford Of their1 friends ward Fonza; I shall not soon forget one daughter,- - twogranddansBten. entertained anumber nwmt-b- or ye brothers and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Beck are quite tfiat scarcely a year ago Fonza Saturday 'night with a' 'musical. of friends' Uj mourn h(s lpssi. Wits brought dowh a dozen squirrels to Glyndean Chlnn, of" Beaver lit at'thHrwritlng. ' Miss v was sixty-on- e years, nine inon" I Joined the The social given at Mr. Leonard Judge Wedding. Dam, was the guest of Mss Nellye at dinner. The Judge had eleven days old. He had beea a--i Wallace's Saturday night was largely-atteSunday; Roeder about a pint left. over from tile good ber of the Baptist Church aTuaa-- l BfcfcJ- and enjoyed by all, Mr. kenr'y Wright spent the week nded Mr. J. W.Tay- - old days, and with my natural ana age of sixteen, WttW relatives; Our end here bquirrels, I had " 16r, "h'as'''been quite busy with th ted upvappetite-foA Dlav. entitled ''Lltfle Buck'-efao- t' is hard to. give. you. up, dear fHar ber g1venvalvthl3 place Saturday In 'this and other vicinities a rear feast. 1 recall Debby said she will. ' . never saw anybody eat so much squir- - .Why did you leave, ug Bosf" nloht .Inn 8.' AltM'tVnfviliniAl4s.. lately. Colored'HdWymodn." and ("The 4 Mr. Charlie Leach made robustness rel'as I did on that occasion. You But we .are going to. try to'meet'jw&t t'The "' In that beautiful, home,' ,J trip to CaueyWUe one day last week. I see when I. was a little boy Leel and Batchelorrs Baby." :i ; There's nothing so FINE as a Tailor MadeSuiL And there's nothingCso KEEN - as their Prides. Carson (El Co, Hartford, Kentucky; and explosion-.occurred,whic- - ...' eft ' iar. etAf rsaf. ft-week- 8r-,l- ' w -- - hk-solatl- ,1 one-sister- , l com-nnn- . .; r ' It K A A DAY IS A DAY. 'A 1JEFENDS THE "DIME NOVEL" I flattered AGE. youth; .I'd .mrH 'thftt.world kept my ice, In could do anybody any harm. The dime novel, It will have to bo nald, tended the young shoots of tho Imagination In many a creaky wood-bho- d loft and In many a sheltered spot behind the cedar fence. - As we remember the dime novel, we ore unable to recall one bedroom ncene, one neglected wife, one young "heroine sobbing In her pink boudoir because she Is not understood, otfe nasty sex problem. Which may lead Eonie of us to think .that the dime novel hnd nothing to fear In comparison with the ?2 novel. Manitoba .Tree Press. PRIMITIVE LAND quick And lithe aa they ever were; me of This Is not n plcn for tlio return of nut a maiden ahe twenty glanced atclearly glanced I could the dime novel. In fact, we fenr that And tho way eee the dime novel enn never come bnckj That In aplte of my pep and my youththey don't sell anything for n dime ful itep 1 didn't look young to htrl .any more. All In nil, however, tl only thing nbout the dime novel that Oh, you may deny that you're on the was as Imd as It wns pointed was the ahelf, Most of us remember much And autte successfully kid yourself, caver. that wns pleasant about the old "pa-pe- r But you .won't deceive the daughter of Eve cover" that flourished In the '80s Whose youth Is youth Indeed; '00s. Under Diamond Dick wo 8he will let you Jolly her at a dance, .and all sorts of thugs and bnd But, oh, the tolerance of "her glance, As her young eyes gauge your probable jnen; with Old King Brady we deage tected the bank robber with our deIn spite of your zest and tpeedl tectors hitting on nil six; we rodo put the Indian Oh, there may be youth In your Inmost with Buffalo Bill as he heart. Ign on Indians, that were at least Sometimes It And your outward semblance be young supposed to be bad. and amart, wns rough stuff, but at that It was But youUV.woo't fall for your bluff at all a Though bravely enougn you try, rarely that more than one throat ic day wns cut or moro than n p,lnt of wnen ine gins armies' eajr-- m juu your fling d gore left clinging to .the "Oh, Isn't he simply a spry old thing!" scalp. Wo remember thnt In Why, tt should be plain (though It brings you jialn) the end Virtue (spell with a capital V, That you've bidden your youth please) always triumphed nnd that eoodby I lioncsty, If not the best policy, didn't Berton Uraley In Leslie's. much-busc- d ,Eang-fouglit deftly-remove- Canadian Writer Point Out That at That m 'far as the truth, .Least It Shunned the "Sex Stuff' My hair was thick and my movement New Common. flay for you and a day for HIS OLD COUNTRY Sunshine, flowers and brceto What, at dusk, shall the answer Wrought from the blend of these: His Own Health Itootored, Rochester A dreary look, or a cheery smile Man Ships Supply To Ills Horn of the thoughts that are worth one's while. Father In England The voices of nature lure and call, quickly Tanlnc had mo back on the And beauties rare abound. But ono man whimpers and stops to sigh, job fooling fine, and slnco It has While another climbs, on toward the sky. dono mo so much good I'm going to seijd a supply of tho medicine to my A day Is a day 'for you, for me, father In England, as I'm sure It's And we can make or mar It; It holds great possibility just what ho needs for his stomach For all who do hot scar It; trouble," Bald Harold Lack, well-knoIt may be gold or It may be gray-T- hat rests with us, for a day's a day. cmployo at tho Now York Grace K. Hall, In Portland Oregonlan. It. It., residing at 645 Cluver r?li SENDS TANLAC TO ' A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of A day Is a day the same for all, The whole' wide wbrld around, "It was really surprising how LET EGGS TIME THEMSELVES Really Ingenious Contrivance Assures the Perfect Cooking of the Staple Breakfast Dish. Since very ancient times sandglasses have been used for timing tho boiling of egps. Even nowadays they nre In common use for this purpose In hotels and restaurants. A new twist Is given to the Idea by William A. Corbett of Winnipeg, .Mini. He makes tho eggs time themHOW TO MAp A PENTAGON selves and, when they arc cooked, lift themselves out of the boiling water I Simple Manner by Which Almost Per. with the help of u modification of the fundglnss Idea. I feet Geometrical Specimen May The device for the purpose" Is a tube Be Constructed. containing a number of lead bulls. It An almost perfect geometrical can be made from a II , pentagon strip of paper whose sides nre parallel nnd a little narrower than the length of one side of the desired pen- I ! OF ALBANIA Lifts Eggs From Water. l Central Road, Rochester, N. Y. "Several months ago I had an I operation which loft he In a terrl- n nnd weak condition. blo My stbmach was out of order and my annetlto wns very slack. I suffer- ed from gas and pains after every t meal. I knew I needed something 10 ouid mo up, and having heard so m..h hml, Taniac i decided. to try it. "Well, - began to Improvo right at onceJ my appetlto became keen and my stomach got In such good condition I picked up ten pounds In weight In Just a little while. I soon went back to work feeling Just ns well, If not better than I ever did In my life. Tnnlnc Is n great medicine. My father, In the Old Country, has been suffering terribly from Indlges- tlon for years; but I feel sure ho will be In fine shnpe ngaln-i- n a little while 'after he gets started on Taniac I'm sending him." Taniac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. n. Bean, and Iry all leading drugAdvertisement. gists everywhere. e run-dow1. $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. J - Every Woman Wiuiis .a- -. 'Jffir. 1 i,TO K a2k sorethroatandsorooye Economical. riM rimotauuif aactma and nemndiJal rower. by SariaieTrM. SOc. a'l chtnuu, rf tmil. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dusolved In water for douches slope pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation.! Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. A healing wonder for natal catarrh, ThPitTnTJ.tCc1pnr. :BR r Is I tric old Succeed whrn fvtrytfcSr;? ! Culs. It) rcrvous prosttAtlo-- ) and fsmsle tcfclnec'.e Ihey ate the suprm? remedy, u thousands have ttillfieX FOR KiUNSY, LIVER AMD STOMACH TROUBLE is the fct.! nttdiclns ever over i. uxuggi-- . 'a counter. n.ra Bort. Mm. J iwnmw .Conditions TheVe Today Much as They Vcre at the Beginning of Civilization. Albania belongs to a time as far back as the nnunls of the world can reach and Is as primitive ns If It were In central Chlnn, almost as dlQlcult to penetrate as 1'lbet Itself. It Is ji land unfamiliar to the traveler and ehunncd by the tourist of today. If the three or four centers of population In southern Albania nro a Utile disappointing us cities, this Is not true of the country or of the picturesque villages which gather like ?jray splashes upon the grayer hills, where they appear to have nestled .slnco the beginning of time. Rough stone huts they are for the most part, with flat stone roofs. For purposes jof defense, they nre usually situated Jmlf way up the lower hills, and the houses nnd outbuildings are often surrounded by strong stone walls." The valleys are rich and well -cultl-"rate- PKIH'ETl'.lIi MOTION DIRECTORY Ohio County lWII.Kn TO MOTE Proper Formation. tagon nnd seven or eight times ns long as wide, says Science nnd Invention, New York, by tying the strip Into an ordinary overhand knot, flattening the knot ns It Is being drawn tight. Veteran Oddly Wounded. pliotngrnphs taken In Boston prove that there Is an passageway through the cranium of a wounded-veteran of the Canadian expeditionary forces, who was under treatment nt the Massachusetts clinic, according to attending surgeons. Six shoe buttons, whlfh he attempted to pass from one side of his head to the other, became clogged, the photographs taken for record clear y show them. Three of the buttons have been dls- u..i i...u..h.. ... .uufceu. vui; imroi-ear nnd two through his nasal passages. The wounded man's condition wns considered to be serious because of the danger that hooks on the re- innining buttons might rupture n blood vessel; The phenomenon was caused, the veteran said, by the concussion of an exploding shell In France. y ear-to-e- chiefly by Treasury SavThe small war-tim- e ings Securities, comprising the Thrift Stamp and the $5 War ,,. mnrlior ,lnr tvnnf tn KiirL-llior Savings Stamp, were discontinued, young, they reluctantly approached hec 31, 1921. Thrift one by one. When' the hen would find, effective December stanvps outstanding will be accepted herself deserted she would go and Secret Gold Field. hover over the dog and pups. The at face value on account of' the purTli ere Is no doubt thnt there is gold' dog, a medium-sizemongrel, raised chase price of Treasury Savings CerIn the Soudan, nnd the French govno objection but wriggled away from tificates, new issue, or Treasury Sav- 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons ernment Is taking steps to get it out. under her .as soon ns possible. ings Stamps, or will be redeemed at 1th District J. R. Murphy, Fords- Concessions are being given to com'; face value in cash at authorized post panies which will endeavor to operate villo. Australian Sheep's High Jump. offices or at any Federal Reserve 5th District gold mines in that country, nnd tho Followed Leader to Death. Sam H. Holbrbok, Hartg A blieep wnsdlscoered natives will be rewarded for revealing Seventeen pedlgiee sheep, tho prop in Sydney, Australia. ford, R. F. D. No. 4. He had been Bank. Medham Priory, Norfolk, J picked out for the butcher, the places where nuggets have been erty of Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows and was found. Twenty years" ago some na- England, man have followed each oth- in a horseyard when a couple R. F. DNo. 2. of kelpie tives brought In a rock, er to death. Pastuied in a llchl where him. started chasing ,.,.,, The sheep 7th District J. Walter Taylor, BeaFOR FLETCHER'S ti kli1 lixl which was found to be IX) per cent ttiniMi i ilO Ull Ulll . j11 ittli t jtli tlUU immi imps .,.,.! -, ,, , Ell ..IllVil ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. rt f ...... l.,m rl..,l "'"' J" ... .!... ,l. :i .gold,, nnd recently there have been lotuti-- i u.vi, ., ..lie ... tl. O....J. ....- ' fci.li.ftlH!. tl, I.iivvi.1 llnrt'nf tlu f........ . ..... avaivu ..w .w... ... HOARD OF EDUCATION iound a number of smaller nuggets to make a meal of the leaves of a where1 the top rnll had been knocked m 1 Convenes First Mphday In even which were almost ns rich. The Sou- tree which hung over the well. It out, he. took n short run and cleaved HOY .SL.I.VI.V FIOHT. month. Mrs. I. S. Mason. S. S. O. C. danese ileitis are at present very dlill-cn- lt Mopped on the. covering, which gave It. The correspondent measured the A fist fight between two school boys and Secretary-Treasurer. to reach, but the announced fact way, und fell into the nelj. With fence, and It was that a colonial railroad project is to their curious passion for following The Jumper was six feet Itthree inches. in Brooklyn, N. Y., resulted in the Jt. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford put at ' again, but death of Harold Clspey when ho Was 1h) completed in a few years makes each other, the remaining 111 sheep each time lie touched. -j RF. I). No. c tho W. It. Curon, Vice Chainsan, Hart- felled by a blow on the chin. them were the outlook very hopeful, and the pre- followed It, and all-odiction is made by some that the Sou- killed. fall fractured his skull. Theodore ford, 'It. F. D. No. 3. as Mother. Turkey Gobbler-Actdan will some day outrival the Klon14 years old, Is being A turkey gobbler In Manitoba nil.ipt- - Friedman, Jr., Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1 dike. Heretofore, the natives have Circumstantial Evidence. held by tho Children's Society and Otis Stevens. Beaver Dam. n.t n ll'llikt.i ......... tP ...... .... . v .I'i.Vfl ". vnllnc. fni!... ii'c . been clever enough to ijuard- as a so-- : Tho Itingvlllo board pf selectmen' " tutii.intu ueen iiatcueii ny non. ue, has been charged with homicide. Claud itenfrow, Dundo. tret the source of their gold Hudlug?. hud held many sessions and Dually t took good care of tho brood, follow lug" Evnminutinns formulated a set of auto laws that rtlieiu around nil day nnd .attending to' I hear Brownsmlth ia. Optimist "fVir Common School Diplomat was the pride nf the county. So tho their feeding Origin of Lunar Features. going to be married. as woulil their natural Fourth Friday nnd Saturday in Jan Mr. Walter (ioodncre discussing the constable felt no worrlmerit whonhu mother. If the hens dared to InterPessimist Servos him right, 1hotogrnphs of the moon tukun at t stopped a motorist. nary, and Second Friday and Satur-- . fere with the turkey brood he cultl, never did like tha fellow. ' "Yo'ro pinched furVloIatlu' the auto tight 'Mmmt WlUfiti with tlio TTnnWm tit!,.- day in Mny. To.be held hi ForcU-villthem. Tho jotuigsters made quite scope, says tlmt ' the hypothesis as- laws," he pronounced. Beaver Dam and Hartford. a lloek'for tho.gobblor to cover with' '"Which one?" Itifltilred the traveler. cribing tho foi million f lunar craters his wings nnd it was funny to watch For Temhc'i-h- ' Certllleute-A-Thir"Darned If I know, but yo certainly to tho impact of meteors Is now gen him try, hut ho does his best. Friday and Saturday iu May, June erally discredited, but if additional hain't come nil the way down Main Except notlco is and September. j tjtreet without bustln' ouo of thorn." jirgumcuts against It were necessary Woman's Life Saved by Dog. to tho contrury the latter ex- Ihey would be found In n careful American Legion Weekly. Joe, n shepherd dog, saved his misaininntions will bo hold In Harfturd. .tudy of the superb photographs above j tress from probable death, when her ' Magistrate's Comment Timely. OTHER OFFICERS mentioned. lie states that a dress caught lire the other day, In Hlrds of a feather Hocked together of the line lie. nil found In R. F. Keown Tnv Coininlsslouei Dunn, N. C. When IW woman thet.e pictures, especially In lelatlon In the London How Street police court Fordsvillo. to stnrt a flre with gasoline to the many crater chains ami clefts, when Messrs, Ilyrd, Peacock, Jay, supposing It to lie kerosene her dress Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsville suggests that their existence" can only Wren, Swallow, Cock und Itobln apblarA... She run screaming to lU'pmiontiitiu'- - Ira Jones, White peared before n magistrate charged started to bo accounted for on tho supposition ' Run. disorderly con- the'back porch. The dog leaped to bar tlmt they are .duo to volcanic agency with drunkenness nnd nld, tearing the burning garment HARTFORD Tho magistrate reviewed the In the early days of tho moon's history. duct. body. Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. list and removing his spectacles said: from her Sclcntlllc American. Mil) or W. C. Blankonship. brunch of justice would be less "Tills Grandmother's "Kindness" Fatal encumbered If such prisoners as fuce Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. Denmark's Motor Car Census. me now would do less flying by night." .At an Inquest held nt Newport, Kng., ROCKPORT A Danish motor vehicle census wns NOT HIS FAULT baby, tho grandon a Jield on September 1, 1020, nnd showed Robert L. Green, Judge. "A thoroughbred gentleman puts mother stated she gave the child some Squirrels Stole Golf Balls. that on that dato thorp were In the Leo W, Pherson; Marshall. on his clothes and then forgets food. A doctor said he found biscuit Golf enthusiasts at the links at Carl-etocountry 11,501 private passenger cars, them." Edd Cooper, Chairman. " plate, Out., observed tlmt squir- crumbs all round the Infant's mouth, 2270 motor cabs and omnibuses, 3,787 "That's what I tried to do, but my W.'II. Blackburn, Clerk. .motortrucks nnd 12,18'.! motorcycles. rels on the course were eyeing them nnd he thought It was suffocated by tailor won't let me." Stilll Mason, Treasurer. A meulher them. The coroner said no doubt the The rapid Increase" lu .die number of lu ft peculiar manner. cars nid trucks In Denmark during, thol stalked ono of the squirrels to u hol- child drew In thesu crumbs und died - Music Accompanied Operation. Ills own music so soothes n South past three years Is noteworthy. The low tree and found n cache of 41 golf from suffocation. hiding places Boston man ihat ho preferred It to 2,100 In MOSCOW HAVE Increase was especially great In the balls. Search of similar CO Ti:PHt8,-ltIGUKPORTH more lost ether recently' while hospltnMmrfeqons country districts. Scientific American. on tho cotirso revealed Nature In a Freakish Mood? ( bullet- In hhjthfgh. balls, be said. A bullfrog with the ears of a rat were probing for u put v Riga, Jan. 21. Typhus Is npnead-In- g Seeds. has been caught at I'ackevllle, Cotjii. When the doctors smarted to" of. the Joke on Thief Catcher. In Moscow, according to Novyput, Joe Welch, ului lias caught bullfrogs Kelsey juicier the Influence , A morning glory seed, reputed 0,000 strenuously, A New York detective strolled Into of all colors nnd sizes, captured It, n'llesthetic he objected years old, Iiuh been planted lu the official. Bolshevik Government organ his linrmonjcu,, TJien here. Six hundred cases of spotted Burden 'of Mrs. V, Champlln Robin-m- .the Montreal court house lust week according to reports. Why nature en- Junipedho called fox tifion tile operating table and and discovered 6n reaching tho street dowed It with two rot eurs he leaves, in n Maryland village. The seed typhus and 1,500- - of the recurrent ' ''" played gully' while" Uia.bullet. was ia ono of twelvo found In tho hand of ugain tlmt his pocket had been picked for others to determine. type have been registered to date, of $33 and other valuables. mummy of a young Egyptian girl. a b -- except In the daylight working hours. Not n farmhouse nor a stable Is to bo seen nmldst all tho fertile ncres. Tho crops cannot be stolen; no bandit would think of destroying them, and so tiiey are left unguarded. National Geographic Society Bulletin. sent n desolate, deserted appearance, the vom6n, but pre- attached by a little bracket to the in two cities recently ' men whb edge of a snucepniiv and from tho end 'claimed to have Invented a motor I f It is suspended a wire basket to ,vMch. wou(l rlIn on nothing and to revolutionize 1 .. which wns destined "1 "L en...i..i i.. ...i i.i .i. .i... the world's sources of power have 'n'1 upper bulb of the latter keeps the lead been forced h? tl,e Ccl,rts ,0 balls In place. Hut this upper bulb Is 'to a showdown. In both cas?s they made of rubber and, when thousand failed utterjy of course. Jt was hu run out of It, It collnpcs, allowing charged that they had induced dupes the balls to run down Into the hollow to advance money to them on the handle of the tube. The transfer of ci,nlrih nt tboir ntisurd clnlnm. their weight to the handle causes the e end of the tube to nnd lift the CITY OAVXS OIL WKLL. . basket out of tho water. An oil well on cU" ground, own Philadelphia Ledger. ed by tho municipality and viewed Chicken Cares for Pups. as a possible tax eradlcator, Is the A big Huff Orpington hen thnt adopt- latest Stum in jouuiuruiu. nuns ed a litter of six pups Is owned by n tieach gets 40 per cent and the priSaskatchewan farmer. Early fn the vate operating company GO per cent season she hatched nnd reared a brooti produced on the property. of ten chicks. After she left them to of all oil s'old.15.000 barrels shift for themselves she laid u few The city has Just more eggs and was ready to set again of oil at ?1.21 a barrel. The well Is when, her attention was attracted to producing 400' barrels a day. i wH&ItSJKEx HHvr' i IBEAiMH "T f'. J I ri-- -- CIRCUIT COURT Mcots first Monday in Mnrch, May and July; third Monday In Soptombcr and fourth Monday In Novembor: Judge George S. Wilson, Owansboro Glover, II. Cary, Com'lli. Attorney Calhoun. s. Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis. Master Conunlvdoiicr Trustee Jury Fund L.-- B. TIchenor. COUNTY COURT Convenes first Monday In each month: Judge ) R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Clerk Guy Ranney. Sheriff Q. A. Ralph; Deputies: B Tk Mothers ! USQ n,,c .,, ., ,.., , .,, ., T , I nbout 25-ce- nt i ' Mack Cook, Iris Render, George P. Jones. .Superintendent Mrs.. I. S. Mason. Jailer Nat Hudson. QUARTERLY COURT 'onvenes first Monday in each month. FISCAL COURT Convenes Tuesday after first Monday In Jantiary; first Tuesday In April and October, R. R. Wedding County Judge, presiding. 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford W. C. Knott, Center-town- . Snd District "' it Yeif!tSl ue L&JZ twfs I M. k FortheCmdreirL monisl FREY'S VERMIFUGE esn offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the Utile One healthy and happy. 30eabotlle atyour dmciirt'a or general atore; or if your dealer can't tuppljryou.ecnd Kit nam and 30c in a'ampa and we'll cod you a botile promptly. FRET, Billiaeri. MS. Fashioned Remedy for Worms Seventy. fivereirs continuous use it tbebeitftesti. A Safe Old d 53 S3 ... .. -.- """""" ,.,, i Children Cry C AS "TO PU' Hi m YOU. -- VVJLL TAKE OUR f s . .. j Mm REMEDY fflmmz? tf?wYi$fas3K A GERMINAL Trealrren) aS-l'- 4 (Of WEAK LUNGS or tt CONSUMPTION (celiac A elicit rrllcl (or tbit tired, hemor couchi, nalni jo elicit, nleht sue-iti- . tfaasri. weak luoji or consumption." If II doe not help you II coat FORGONE MONTH -- you notMod. c UocK BOX 616 OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS n il1 USE LIV-VER-L- AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles oE Constipation. all tbo time. Don't lay oft from wofk for days by taking calomel when pleasant Liv- - Ver-Lkeeps yo en your feet, while rellovine your trdub lei Safer too, and easy to take. t)oa take any thinp; else. You can't afford iU Eiiminatea poisons, cleanses By tem and" relieves constipation. A Bat' ural remedy, natural tn its actions, in its effect and certain in results. 1 won't bo long before will completely displace calomel m every home.; Children cart take it freely a4 ' with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Notts genuine without the likeness and Blfrs' lure of L. K. Grlcsby, For Bale by f I. , WILLIAMM, . BwtfwiM reel-rlch- t r d V u ft I' i , ,$ A 5,000-Year-Ol- d tii. Vt il y l N. ric- - HAS ADDED TO VOCABULARY H !"e beauty not yet known. CLEVSTII More SYSTEM OF SIGNALS-- 1 Aii-4.- . - Gabrlele D'Anmn.1. I..Credited With! Making Addition to How did lis learn tha Iniutcnt elnnionts Or th.it which w as lleauty deem we the ItalUi Language lir-art- ant "XZloTr 'LZ know? Ingenious Scheme Than That Contemplated by Germans Prob-abl- y Never Was Devised. P on below 'Commander Onbrlele d'AnnunzIo Iim Whit slffn In heaven or ana forth his bIub- First plcrred with Joy. pain 'bceonio n colnor of words. Aside Rarl sene: Spring's uooImriioss or Autumn's opufrom lmvlng n speclpL rAniutii7.lo lence dictionary conipllcil imtl published by NlRht'H itnrry flash or unit vast sunsonic enterprising Itnllnn publishers set's Blow? to nsslst his IciulcrH In knowing tliu inclining of words not found In llio Wlut tint awakened him? Now, who ' hall say? ordinary dictionaries, tho premier Hut still, for asea onward (mm that Itnllnn poet mid ifdventurcr lets ery hour, few weeks pass without promulgating With Blow access of sight tie bold his way. some new nddltlon to the Italian He saw tho mountaln's'fcapphtre, but Its flower, Tliu fonner dictator of Finnic In In Ktherlnl, hidden from his yei, stilt lay. Do we sco al) that yet shall It man's 41 quiet retreat. Various pilgrimages dower? Are ninde to him hy men who were Edith M. Thomas, In New York Times. ndventurers with him In tho Qiinniero enterprise. Somo of them asked him for n now namo for cognac... He said: MATCH WILL LIGHT OM GLASS ii c "There Is hut one nntuo for and that Is 'nrrente,' which signi- Practice, However, Will Find Little Favor With the Average Housefies that It Is tho very force of the wife, We Should Think. wine." . Ho Inquired how tho people of FlorTo light n safety match without Its ence were taking his suggestion that tho name of Florence he changed from boxr It should be rubbed with n long tho present Itnllnn name of Flreur.o to quick sweep on n smooth window To. do this successfully the Florenzn, meaning "a city of flowers." glnss. The pilgrims stated the people of tho nioveiiioit must be a long nnd rapid town welcomed the Idea nnd may ono and tho mutch so held between the thumb and lingers that the head ndopt his proposal. The poet Is doing a little literary will not break off, Tho smoothness of the glasq prework while there arc no more Fluiuo vents the bend of the match from rub- fields to conquer. cog-nn- BUSY STREET CORNER SAFEST Logical Reason Why There. Are Few Accidents Where the Traffic Is the Heaviest 1 I S."- "You must have lols of uccldcnts liere," suld u frlqu'd of Tm (lie Commissioner Ilurrlss the other day as they were passing one of the mo-jcongested corners of the city, "I'm not surprised either," bo added as ho huw n large touring car come suddenly to u halt lew than half u foot from a passing pedestrian. . The commissioner shook his bead. Safety Matches Can Be Ignited by) "That's where you're wrong," he re- Friction on Glass, but.. Needless to piled. "Not only are there not more Say, the Glass Is Not Improved by SECRETED HIS LITTLE HOARD ' but there ore actually les-- .accidents It liorn In iirmmrtloit to tin- - iitnount nf Man Evidently Had Little off, as Is the case when It Is Indiana any ironic that goes by than, almost Confidence in the Wearers .. ... -.- .". otuer pince in cw ioru. it youn INCOItPOBATED of the Cloth. think n mlimtn vou'll seu tho reuson Hon of the rapid motion generates for It, too. Where tliu street is more enougu neat to mime it. After" much persuasion, Mrs. Houseor les unlet noil deserted ti Person t It Is not advisable to light matches wife, in Connersvllle, Anally prevailed by rubbing them against mirrors or crossing the road Is less upt to look j ministers plate gln,ss; nat- on Iter husband to let two during a for iipproitcblng vehicles. Where they other use their tnare bedroom ure always piuslng, however, he Is al- - i urally It mars them. Popular Science church conference. ways on the lookout. The theory Monthly. A w tttiA Intrn Mia falatklmnA ' dn ' works both ways. While the pedesrang In the ofllce of the factory where-hMan of Many Colors. trian keeps a close watch ou the worked and Mrs. Housewife insistA man of three colors, black, brown stream of trafllc, the automohllu 6n talking to Mm. Sho was ins and white Is the latest human freak ed Call ob The Republican for Fine 0l Iresh eBgs green ve8etab,es or driver also keeps tab on tho tb at he could be called to the "SAVING WAGE" FOR a United States circus. This formed file of pedestrians In bis way. to Join . -dried roots, waiting for customers. Job Prlatiag, sick. telephone only on matters of r One-haOn u comparatively quiet Btreet both man wns found in Canada. L.A.OUK, UJWIO rl-iE- j Kellar sauntered up to one. lnky- ness or death or of the gravest impedestrians and cars are exceptions of bis body Is covered with a large portance. She said It was all three black old negress, who had an array taud accidents nre bound to" occur." color band, the lower and upper-pnits--of .combined, or words to that effect, and Stop Warfare In Industry; Urge's Cab-lnc- 't of fresh eggs before her, IgoHed. at brown, while the center which are New York Sun. ho was summoned. Officer In Milwaukee them and Inquired the price. Is black. His anas and legs are com- - i Having dlillcuTty In hearing on tho , "Twenty-fiv- e cents a dozen, sah. Address. nieteiy covered wim uiuck or uiunu ' tc,cTbone, the superintendent repent- Still Powerful Ruler. algs; spots which number 17 In all. Ills dese yeah algs is fust-rat- e An' With an nren of 243,000 square face nnd bands are white. lie -- . eu me message. Urging a disarmament of Industrial day.Ts," answered mammy. 13 .I.. says it is gone,".. ehiu it.. sui uie miles, Afghanistan is, next to Tibet, nearly six feet six Inches tall aud Is "sue strife, "better work and more of it," "I should think so," said he, and the largest jcountry In the world that ' nbout twenty.slx yenni nl.l. For 23 perintendent. I to the citizens of l . "What's gone?" asked the puzzled and a "saving wage" rather than a as he picked up one and cracked It, .., wlth th Imllan8 i.. tlie is virtually closed he living wage for workers,. James J. out came a quarter. other nations. Hut political life at ,h but ,9 we cullcn,ed. Ho Is I husband. says the poneys gone," "She Davis, Secretary of Labor, asked emwarv. alert Kabul is lu fciiurn con- - writing a story of his life at present, Mammy's Jaw dropped, and her the superintendent, after in ployer and employee in an address at plps with it. trast to the meditative secluslou aud says our correspondent, who Is managquiring of the woman. classic aloofness of the pious lamas ing the freak's business affairs. Milwaukee to "drop their grouches "And this ons aril llils oua seems "Afler the birth of my "What money?" Inquired the puzzled and go to it," In an address before pretty-good,at Lhasa. Amir Amauulliin Khan, carelessly remarked the husband. through his agents-I-n India aid elsebaby I had x back-se- t' the Milwaukee Association of Com- man, cracking two more, out, of which Bull Sampled "Moonshine." Why the money In the spare bedwhere, Is In close touch with the A bull's overindulgence In the conwriles Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, pieces tumbled. Het crackroom,'7 IHe explained, through the su- merce. world's current events; nnd, as the tents of a mash barrel, according to perintendent. 'can have, we must havfi ed half a dozen In all, and mammy's "We of Glade Spring, last remaining Independent ruler of a of orcburdlsts of the Under"Oh," he said, his face clearing, more peace In Industry," the Secreta store of silver was increased every Moslem country, now that the power stories (Wash.) Va. "J was very ill; district, led to the dis- "don't worry about that. I took the wood of the caliph at Stamboul Is broken, covery by officers "Let us stop tha bat- time. As he walked off, followed of two stills near money out of there aud put It In the ry declared. thought I was going to Influence he wields n Let by a dozen pairs of beady black eyes Ues and warfare in Industry. attracting atten- cowshed. 1 took no chances with die. ! was so weak I throughout tho Mohammedan world; Stevensoh. The bull, stagger to emp,oyer and employee with nothing but the whites showing, us nnd belbis drunken Indianapolis fellers." two also, becuuse his land happens to lie tion by maundcrlngs, evidently was them couldn't raise my head to Disarm' I In the past the strike has somebody came up and asked tho lowed Just as It does on the map of the pleased with the effects of the moon- News. get a drink of water. I been the only means to gain right n the old marketwoman world, It Is plain thnt for n long time shine makings. Ofllcers followed him wages and working conditions. . Now price of her eggs., took . . .'medicine, yet I to come bo will be nn nctlvc force lu Largest Generator Built -course pursued nn tho strike is becoming a back numthree-phas- e "Dese aigs aln fur sale," she an 7,000-vol- r, 'the political destinies of middle Asia. as he the underbrush.crrntlc goal of A CO,O0O-kvdidn't get any better. I The through -nnd the swered, and she gathered them up in Like Menellk of Abyssinia, Queen LU toper was n barrel half full J generator, rated at 1,000 r.p.m., but ber. I hate both tho strike was constipated and very tho bovine sep - lher aDron ana waddled off In the dl- of the Iluwallan islands, or the Inst In a hidden cabin, nbout designed to wlthstnnd 50 per j:ent lockout. Both are always the of weak, getting worse and of the FIJI kings, this Amir, remote 100 mash. awny, was discovered a still, increase In speeu, nas Deen compieteu arator, never the rectlon of home. yards and obscure' as ids kingdom is, stands worse. 1 sent for Cardul." I uy mu wuins in Conciliation, the Secretary said, out in his tbuo as a picturesque orld I Germany, according to the Electrical was the greatest need of American To tho Dyspeptic. Bird ' Eggs. Tree Grew Over figure. The largest rating provided dustry today. h0 urged every work sawn Um-hTAKE Would you not like to feel that Wbllo nn elm tree was , , ,nerease hl8 your stomach troubles are over, that up in a tlmbdr yard at Wokingham, M "V generator Previously built .by -Scots "Fish" With Swimmers. Berkshire, England, four unbroken ' In competition .with tho you can.eat any kind of food that ycii .,.,.....,..... -- ., "" Over In canny Scotland they "fish" birds' eggs were uiseovereu burled a r quality and crave? Consider then the fact that uuu flit eAiJi'iiuuii;. xiiu uuiui lu world, "by Improving the with swimmers, that Is with students foot deep In the trunk. The eggs, be withstand such overspeedlng wns also increasing the quantity of our out- Chamberlalnte Tablets have cured wh ure learning to swim. lieved to be those of a woodpecker, had others why ribt you. There are many Swimming Instructors huvc various evidently been laid In a hole' which a severe requirement, owing to the put." e nickel steel "Instead of finding fault with our who have been restored to health by methods 'or teaching their pupils, but wns afterward closed by growth, of utter lack of none Is more novel than thnt used by tho timber. From the nppearance of ut the time the unit was ordered. employer, let us find a means of help-- . I taking these tablets and can now eat . uomo of tho Scotch. These Instructors the wood It was plain thnt they must Owing to the size ot the generator, Ing him to put tno prouucis oi uur.any kiiiu ui ioou wuu iubj uiuyo. m have ti rope and pulley arrangement have been In the tree for ut least 80 special cars bad Co be built for the own ennntrv into the markets of tho i rotor and stator. The rotor gondola .by which the pupil Is suspended ut tho years. Secretary Davis said. "Tho Sl'ENIJlNQ LESS trucks.- - Scleu- world.". car had two end of the rope lu the wuter. Tho THAN ONE EAKXS more goods we' turn out the more tlflc American. instructor holds the other end of the Peculiar Human Frealc. The truth of this wonlMi wo rrnnta. .rope uud can raise or lower the pupil "I found after one botAt n Shor'edltcb (London) Inquest mmn hnmn to evorv worker and l Thriftthe spending of less than In the water. First Canadian Marriage. tle of Cardui I was Im upon a still-borchild, the medical ' one earns, tho putting aside each In the pocket- In his other hand the Instructor has witness stated thnt on each hand It Accojillng to Jolmson'.s "First hit him squarely proving," adds .Mrs. week or as mucti as can do spareu .a long polo with which he prods tho hud five llugcrs and two thumbs. Ou Things In Cahudn," the first marriage l)0ol a basic ele- Crosswhile. "Six bot- .pupil ut vurlous times to correct the the rlghL-foo-t But for generous production, Sec- - 'rm one's income is every celebrated lu Canada " was. that of there were five toes nnd j man or en- - "wont in the career of movements of .the onus nnd leg ties of Cardul and I three extra long big toes, the extra Ktfenne Coulllard and Marie Hebcit, ' rtnrv nnvU sni.i. the worker is Should the Instructor lose his grip" on toes being Joined together. On the the ceremony being performed at iitled to a cenerous wage "not mer woman wno nus, uy ms ui iici unu was cured, yes, I can say rope whnt weald happen lo the left foot ther.o were four toes and Quebec ou August 20, 1017. The three ,e,y n j,vJng wag0 i,ut a saving wage," efforts, attained success in lifer they were a God-sen- d to pupil at n be Imagined. Hut suppoj- - j three big toes, umklug seven on thls hundred mid fourth nnnlverMiry of Doing thrifty, a most commendahe add-tht progresslve employe ing, with that pole lu ills hand, tho i root,me. I believe I would Quebec event was celebrated at or io toes in mi. u wus uie n w?g" ble' attribute, the problem of Investpay'nB s,ch ! Tho eleventh child of the mother. Instructor loses bis temper? on August 20 last. Many'descendnnts od' have been have died, had it not been ing one's savings wisely and profitathe workmen have beep Held of conjecture Is open. Cleveland of' the eoupfo took' part In the cele-4n- d bly arises. To those versed in busv for Cardui." Cardul has ' jit. ' brntlon. Lightning Left Its Mark. "Wlinn tilA WOrklUnn SaVeS. tllB iness and finance tho matter Is a -. Tim W. UU Ut llinl Rrct ll.UUtltK ivne been found beneficial in of l.lftfc Utah ... w IIO J. ..w. An electric stor. i In Saskatchewan, I u daughter of Louis Hebert upon country also saves," Mr. Davis con- - simple one," but to many others the many thousands of other Beginnings. Improbable Story Albertn. struck down und killed u possession of means, however slight, Ileckveulcker had been In tho dimco team of horses. The driver wus so ' whom history confers tho honor of eluded. cases of womanly trouexposes them to the insinuating adplace, for over three hours, but still, stunned that be was unable to start having been the first Canadian farmer. bles. If you feel the need vances of unscrupulous promoters of lie had not tired of the Jazz music. for home before night, nnd then lie of a good, strengthenUnanswerable. crooked Investments. r When Lnndeck presented his check could only make progress on his hands Mrs. Dooluu's pastjlon for fighting FOR FLETCHER'S We are. all units In tho most staing tonic, why not try Jit the paying teller's window, tho mail and knees. He bad recoVeied from ble, the most honest, Government on .In the cago Hid not count the money tho shock, except for his wrist, which policemen ninke her his majesty's Cardul? It may be just at regular Intervals. mm ariore than once, 'earth, and nothing Is more safe, for has been stiff ever since the accident. guest what vou need. "Hallon," said the prison visitor, .LITEltALLY, MONEY IN EGGS I on Investment, than our own Govern- Svensku objected to her boy friends resignedly, "yon hero nguln?" .spending money on her. nnd bonds ernment's certificates Canadian Moose In New England. Mrs. Doolan gazed ut him with Itocquefort md Just returned from I Once, when Kellar, the great magi- - Treasury Savings Certificates. All President lloosevelt in lOOi) present dignity. .the dentist, who refused to accept the ed New Zealand with ten Canadian L "And wot of It?" she demanded. clan,, was in Washington he visited would counsel the small Investor to xegulac fee because bo hud Indicted moose, four bulls and tlx cows. These "Wot I says to them coppers nnd the tho Center Market, one of the sights buy of these securities as many as so much paiit upon his patient. pow "reported to bo thriving and rest of 'em I .says to yon, If it wasn't of the city. There1 was a row of old he can afford, to hold thorn once they "No," said tho Insurance ugent, "I are multiplying well on the other side of for the likes of me wot would you all darkey mammies, sitting on the walk nro nurchased. and thereby to feel was not 'Just' In the neighbourhood, but and sportsmen ore permit- be doln ,for a llvlu'?" London Tit- - J outside the the building, laughing, chat- - secure in receiving reasonable re I camo uptown especially to see you." ted world,season to huut thorn. i this "Its. New York Sun. Melvlti Luue and smoking over, their baskets turns on hto money. tin? t German wnf secrets are now being disclosed In scientific literature. At the close of the conflict the (leniinns In tbolr laboratories weie working ( oil gecrci-S'gua- i nxius in Biieviui observer clniructeiv To nothing would be present to Indicate signals. that tho light was sending-ou-t but changes would be going on which would Imj nppnrent to nti observer equipped to tIcw It with a wiltnblo ojitlcnt device. Different principles were employed In one of for accomplishing this. them polarised light was to be sent out by the signal, the character of which would change In accordanco with the dots and dashes of the code. Wlion viewed through properly fitted blnoculurs, tho color would no longer be white but would nlternnto between red and green. In another method, n glnss screen containing compounds of tho rare element dldymlum was arranged to nlternate In tho beam of light with another Bcrecn of suitable shade. When the resulting light was viewed with" binoculars equipped with prisms, n black line would appear In the yellow region of the spectrum formed whenever the dldymlum glass was Interposed, permitting the signals to he rend. Another method consisted In first breaking up the light at the source Into u spectrum across which was placed one or more wires cutting out narrow regions of color, and these were arranged to be moved bnck nnd nlong the specforth n e trum In signaling. Tho colors were then recomblned Into white light and transmitted. Willi blnoculnrs provided the with suitable prisms to spectrum, tho signal was perceived In the motion of dark bands back nnd foith nlong the spectrum, corresponding to the movement of the wires at One" Imtho transmitting station. portant application of this method of signaling would be at s'ea. Popular Mechanics Magazine. short-distanc- wniy In fact, we m us For Letter Heads,' Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE . If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Ii ? Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY highly-polishe- d e lf ,.,. r. I B Was Very Weak " 50-ce- nt -- 1 . awe-stricke- a. oieiuuiis-acuuu&v- ri , ng J' I --- JlhviMeu ..,. -- ; high-grad- CARDUI TheWomans Tonic ten-whe- el u-i- n ) ... at - News-Lende- n ' Ohildren Ory tCASTO R 'A g Druggists g ui-tl- io N - i iwuiurawmejn1 TICHENOR'S Jan. Cash Clearance Sale From January 30, to February 1 4. In almost every department our stock is much heavier than it should be at this season. The prices quoted below represent an absolute loss to us, but our stock must he reduced We invite comparison with other prices to which you have had access, and imay we say that we have no' doubt that your decision will bring you to this sale many ' ' times. COATS AND SUITS MIDDIES. $5.50 $2.75 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 HATS AND CAPS. WHITE GOODS. 4.50 .1 $49.50 Ladies' Suits 53SL75 Ladies' Suits $36.50 Ladies' Suits S32.25 Ladies' Suits 19.75 Ladies' Suits $27.75 Ladies' Coats 326.75 Ladies' Coats 16.75 Ladies' Coats $13.50 Ladies' Coats 31Qi75 Misses' Coats 13.00 Misses' Coats $ 9.75 $ 6.50 $ 5.75 $ 5.50 $ 4.50 $ 3.75 4.00 $ 3.00 $ 3.75 $37.75 . . 27.75 24.75 21.75 14.75 17.75 16.75 10.75 9.00 13.75 8.00 Misses' Coats 6.50 Misses' Coats 4.25 ,. 3.75 Misses' Coats Misses' Coats 3.75 Misses' Coats. .' 2.75 Misses' Coats 2.50 Infants' Short Coats. . . . 2.75 Infants' Long Coats 2.00 Infants' Long Coats. . . . 2.25 LADIES' DRESSES. Middies Middies Middies Middies Middies Middies .... .$3.75 .... 1:75 1.50 l.?5 .'. 1.00 " .75 LADIES' UNDERWEAR. $3.75 Crepe Teddies $3.50 Crepe Teddies $3.50 Silk Vests $2.00 Corset Covers $1.00 Corset Covers $ .50 CorseLGovers .'$2.50 2.25 2.25 1.25 .75 35 1.10 2.00 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 ,. 4.25 4.00 3.25 3.00 1.75 1.00 2.75 1.50 85 1.50 1.25 1.10 1.00 85 75 90 Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps $ .75 Caps $ .50 Caps $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $1.50 $1.00 Hats Hats $4.00 Hats Hats Hats ....'...: .... '."..... f '. ! ..... :...... -- 3.00 2.50 2.00 2.75 2.50 2.00 1.00 75 50 35 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT. $1.50Silk Brassiers. $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.25 $2.00 $6.50 $6.00 $5.00 $4.00 $2.75 $1.50 $4.00 $2.25 $1.25 $2.00 $1.75 $1.60 $1.50 $1.10 $1.00 $1.20 $1.00 . ., Outing Gowns Muslin Muslin Muslin Muslin Gowns Gowns Gowns Gowns Everything from this department in the way of headwear at HALF PRICE. MEN'S UNDERWEAR. $3.00 $2.25 $2.00 $1.50 $1.25 $ I Silk Underskirts Silk Underskirts Silk Underskirts Silk Underskirts Satteen Underskirts Satteen Underskirts $38.75 Ladies' Dresses $26.00 Ladies' Dresses -- 524.00 Ladies' Dresses $19.00 Ladies' Dresses $16.75 Ladies' Dresses 15.75 Ladies' Dresses $14.00 Ladies' Dresses $12.50 Ladies' Dresses $11.75 Ladies' Dresses $ 7.75 Ladies' Dresses i '2 $24.75 16.00 15.75 10.00 Crepe Kimonos 9.75 Crepe Kimonos 9.50 Crepe Kimonos 9.00 Ladies' Union Suits 8.50 Ladies' Union Suits 8.00 Ladies' Union Suits 5.00 Ladies' Union Suits $ 3.50 Ladies' Gingham Dresses 2.25 Ladies' Union Suits Gingham Dresses 1.60 $ 2.50 Ladies' Ladies' Union Suits $ 2.00 Ladies' Gingham Dresses 1.40 Misses' Union Suits 85 $ 1.25 Ladies' Aprons .75 Misses' Union Suits. 45 $ .60 Ladies' Aprons 70 40 $ .95 Misses' Union Suits $ .50 Ladies' Aprons 35 .50 Misses' Union Suits $ 4.00 Misses' Gingham Dresses 2.50 $ ? 0.50 Misses' Gingham Dresses 2.25 BLANKETS AND COMFORTS. 5 3.00 Misses' Gingham Dresses 2.00 $7.50 $ 2.75 Misses' Gingham Dresses 1.75 $11.00 Blankets '. . . . 6.50 '$10.00 Blankets $ 2.25 Misses' Gingham Dresses 1.25 6.00 $ 2.00 Misses Gingham Dresses 1.15 $9.00 Blankets '. 2.50 .. $"1.75 Misses' 'Gingham Dresses 1.00 $4.00 Blankets 2.00 .85 $3.50 Blankets 3 1.25 Misses' Gingham Dresses 1.75 $2.75 Blankets MIDDY SUITS. 2.50 $3.75 Comforts 1.75 15.00 Middy Suits $9.75 $2.75 Comforts $ 9.50 Middy Suits 6.00 TRUNKS, SUIT CASES, &c. $ 6.00 Middy Suits 3.75 $12.50 5 5.75 Middy Suits 3.50 $19.00 Trunks 5.00 Middy Suits 12.00 $ 3.25 $18.00 Trunks '. . . 7.50 ; . 3.00 $ 4.50 Middy Suits $11.00 Trunks ' 6.50 ...: $9.50 Suit Cases. LADIES' WAISTS. 3.00 $4.00 Suit Cases ' 2.75 Georgette Waists Cases. . , . $5.75 $4.00 $3.75 Suit 1.50 .$5.00 Georgette Waists 3.75 $2.50 Suit Cases 1.10 Crepe de Chine Waists Suit Cases 4.00 $1.50 : 1.25 12.00 2.00 Voile Waists $18.00 Bags , 8.00 Voile Waists Bags $1.50 1.00 $11.00 6.00 .$10.00 Silk Sweaters 4.75 $ 8.00 Bags Union Suits Union Suits . . . v Union Suits Union Suits Union Suits .90 Boys' Union Suits $2.00 1.50 1.40 1.00 90 60 $3.75 3.25 3.00 2.50 2.25 2.00 1.50 1.40 1.00 70 1.50 1.00 60c yard Cotton Crepe 50c yard Cotton Crepe 60c yard. Nainsook 50c yard Nainsook 25c yard Middy Goods 40c yard Nurses' Linen $1.50 yard Irish Linen . . : 60c yard Soiesette 50c yard Canton Crepe 75c yard Canton Crepe 60c yard Cotton Poplin 30c yard India Linen 50c yard Dimity 40c yard Dimity 30c yard Dimity 75c yard Indian Head 50c yard Organdy 80c yard Flaxon 65c yard Flaxon 30c yard Flaxon 75c yard Waisting 60c yard Waisting $1.00 yard Voile. ..... .' 75c yard Voile 60c yard Batiste 35c yard Long Cloth $1.35 yard Skirt Goods .- - ,. . . '. 40c 35c 40c 35c 15c 25c $1.00 40c 35c 50c 40c 20c 35c 25c 20c 50c 35c 50c 45c 20c 50c 40c 75c 50c 40c 25c 90c $3.75 2.50 1.50 1.25 1.00 75c 60c 50c 45c k SHIRTS AND TIES. $5.00 Shirts ' . $4.50 Shirts . $4.00 Shirts ......" $3.50 $3.25 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $1.00 $2.00 $1.50 SKirts . Shirts Shirts Shirts . . Shirts Shirts Work Shirts Ties Ties . : LADIES' HOSE. $5.00 Hose $3.50 Hose $2.50 Hose $2.00 Hose . $1.50 Hose $1.00 Hose r 85c Hose 75c Hose ' 60c Hose 50c Hose ...'. 40c Hose ". ". 30c Hose 20c Hose MEN'S HOSE. $1.50 Hose $1.25 Hose ". 75c Hose 60c Hose 35c Hose" . 7. . . ." 20q Hose ....'..." 50c Wool Hose 25c Wool Hose 75c 70c 60c 50c 45c 40c 35c '. . . .40c 30c 20c 15c '. , ...... ....:: .'". .v $ .65 Ties $ .50 Ties $ .40 Ties 40 30 25 . ". WOOL DRESS GOODS. $4.50 yard Dress Goods. .'. $3.23 $3.25 yard Dress Goods 2.50 $2:75 yard Dress Goods 1.80 1.75 $2.50 yard Dress Goods 1.25 $1.75 yard Dress Goods 1.00 $L5dyard Dress Goods. 90 $1.25. yard Dress Goods 75 $1.00 yard Dress Goods 50 yard Dress Goods $ 35 $,.50 yard Dress Goods. 85 $1.25 yard White Serge SILKS, CREPES, &c. $5.00 $2.00 $2.00 $2.00 $1.65 $1.00 $2.50 $1.75 $1.20 1.00 50c 45c 25c 15c 35c 20c 55c 50c 45c BOYS' AND MISSES' HOSE. yard' Embroidered Crepe.. $4.00 1.50 yard Tricolette .....; yard Crepe de Chine 1.50 1.50 yard. Georgette Crepe yard Silk ...... 1.40 ;:... .75 yard Silk 1.75 Shirting Silk yard 1.25 yard Shirting Silk 50 .75 yard Shirting Silk $ 75 yard Silk Poplin $1.00 25cand 30c Hose 20c Hose 15c Hose : Hose Hose and 65c Hose and 55c Hose Hose Hose Hose -. .- ; .40c ''. s .- . .- . 35c 30c 25c 20c 15c 10c Q SPECIALS. f Best Overalls ... V? Bleached Domestic Brown Domestic 25c Gingham 20c Gingham Best Outing . .,. . .$1."25 T .. ' 12c 20c .15c. 15C isc fl I S. J. TICHENOR, 'Til. V i McHenry, Ky. i3ff"T