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The Hartford republican: February 10, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922021001_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: February 10, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. J Thp Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIV NAVY CUT MAY SAVE HARTFORD HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, mb - JmaJ Jn ta HLi JKaf J&L. Hi" L. .Jsn. J fievoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. FRIDAY, Subscription $1.50 per Yeaft, NUMBER 33 FEBRUARY 10, 1922. -- . 1. 7 & pact which he Is now negotiating by whlchtho girls' game was ommlt-te- d INDIAN AGED 137 IRISH KIDNAPING CARDINALS MAY with Premier Poincaro, saying: from the report. PNEUMONIA VICTIM o-- t .given tho feeling "Franco must be IMPERILS PEACE SCHOOL ATTENDANCE S. 200 MILLIONS that she Iwnot Isolated, Thcro Is nothPOSTPONE VOTE Vnr Of 1812 Never Saw Fought ing more dangerous than tho fear of OFFICER HAS HETIItEl) White Man, nnil Hnd Mnr- a gallant, bravo nation. Franco rlcd Eight Times needs to be given confidence and Mr. C. W. Wedding of Fordsvllle, Other Powers To Also Gain calmness of Judgment In her present Adverse Effect On Dealing who has boen serving Ohio County Prolongation Of Time For-Bene- fit Cnss Lake, Minn., Feb. 7. Ga-bFeared From Raids disturbed state. The world pact will Rural Schools In the capacity of By Limitations In uf Of America To also known as John truant or attendance officer Mnco glvo Franco that confidence, If she In Ulster. Be Discussed. Armaments. Smith, a Chlppewah Indian, reported the first of July, of last year has re knows that if she is Invaded without to be 137 years ojd, died here today tired from that position, his term havprovocation Britain with her whole f after a week's Illness of pneumonia. strength will desire to support her. ing vxplred. Smith, whoso Indian name meant Washington, Kcb. 7. A saving of Ttome, Feb. 7. Prolongation Mr. WcduYix "Ono of the grave dangers - to , London, Feb. 8. Tho Irish situaoC reunit shows tint inbout $200,000,000 for the United France is that the next generation of tion took a Btartllng turn today with "wrinkled meat" had been very ac- he has done sood nnd consistent work the time now ten days between, States on tiio present building, pro- Germans will bo brought up with the news of wholesale and organiz- tive in late years. A year ago he be- having vlsi'.ed every rural school the- demlso of tho Pope nnd tho dato-- of ed kidnaping raids against prominent came totally blind, but hid mind re (123) gram of the navy will result from thoughts of vengeance." convening tho Sacred College for within the County making the Ulster Unionists In the early hours of mained clear to the last, and he of- second visit to 17 of them. H ul3? tho election of a new Popo to a peagreements reached at the limitation m the morning. The numerous victims, ten recalled tho days when ho was a made 138 lectures, or talks and suc- riod not yet definitely decided upon, of arms conference, tho Federal IlIIIIiK INSTITUTE TO including many special constables, Hoard declared in a statement west point who were dispatched to aid in stop- - scout for the Chlppewah In the wars ceeded In placing 450 trunn. children but which will permit not only tho in: held with the Sioux. He also rmomber-e- d within school. United States but Canada and South. ton ght. High naval officials, howevents of the war of 1812 One America to be represented, is tho first Commencing Sunday, March 5th,,l:,G tho ri,,(l9' wero "PMted to ever, vero of the opinion thnt the The capture of of his boasts was that he had never i question which will bo discussed at. a Blblo Institute, continuing jknown destinations. A. LOSE SPELLING board's estimates were to high, as, a 8Coro of raIderB 8howcd that they fought against the white man. AND CIPHKHINfl TF.ST the first consistory called by Plus XL It was explained, tho scrapping of over four days, will bo held at tho Up to four years ago ho had never Cardinal Lucon, Archbishop oC ships now under construction would West Point Baptist Church. Thejwere attached to the Irish Republican Tn the contest In snelllne- nml ol Rholms, is sponsor for tho proposal. Visited a'Ulg city. His first trip of involve the payment of claims to the pastor, Ilov. E. D. Maddox will bojnrn,'- Tho northern" government was so that henceforth thero shall bo no this .kind was to the Twin Cities. phering held by the P. T. A. of builders which might offset a con- present and probably will preside 'able to Invoke the aid ot tho military he visited the automobile; creek and the as greeted of that such disappointment the meetings which ara to siderable portion of tho savings rennd ha(l t0 ,lePnd Pn tho sPecIaI Show at Chlcagq. school district, last Friday night to Cardinal O'Connell upon his arrival sulting from halting the building pro- held both afternoon and at nlglit. gram Baptist ministers nnd speaker at forces- - whlch, apparently were not break a tie resulting from the con- in Rome yesterday. Tho Sacred ColFMicd Year Ago. note are oxpected to be present to strong enough to prevent the kld- Three Countries Cut Expense. A year and a half ago he returned test theretofore held, the Association lege, in general, has felt deeply that naplngs. The northern government Limitation of armaments decided addross the gathering. to tho north woods of Minnesota to vent down, victims of the outsiders. the announcement of the election ot, appealed to the Imperial government, the Pope beford the nrrlval of the--. o, upon at the conference will effect spend his time fishing for sturgeon In which took prompt steps to meet the American cardinals might be InterDRAINAGE BOARD MEETS BEAVER DAM WINS AGAIN im n dlntcly, the board declared, savLake of the Wood3, in the soma watsituation, authorizing the Delfast preted in the United States as the ings only In the three countries ers thnt he fished more than a ' Government to employ unusu troops Tho Beaver Dam basket ball team Tho Ohio County Drainage Board, Vnlted States, England and Japan centuryago. guarding the boundaries, at tho whose finances arc already In a rela-tlv- o composed.of S. T. Harnett Chairman, Sister Expected Action. lnd been which has not tasted defeat for six a message to v Bellamy nnd V. C. Hock, with ' samo llme sending Savings iu J. A. sound condition. Almost immediately after his elemarried eight times. He had no chil years kept this unbroken record by England and Japan, tho board esti- McDowell A. logic, secretary met Michael Collins, the, provisional p'resl Jdren. and the only survivor Is Tom defeating tho Owensboro American vation to the Pontificate, Plus XL ,hnf " -moil -'" 0 on sent a message to his sister Camilla be approximately in iiamoru tuesuay in tne main, tor would mated 7" " Smith, an adopted son. with whom he Legion basket ball team . last Saturday night. At tho beginning in Milan, saying: "My fiist apostolic the purpose V checking tho work of eurcs'be Initiated for tho release of equivalent to those of tills country ul In Frnncb and Italy. , however, the ' construction and passing upon claims l"u Funeral snrvlces will be lield here of the game the two teams seomed to benediction to you and all the family-an- d outrnges board explained, no Increase In naval; against tho Roy Muffett, et al... drain- - repetition of the Thursday at the local Catholic'08 eveni" matched but tho visitors .. relatives." i ill Winston spencer ntnurcniu, secre-- , armaments had been contemplated ace district. Tho Board has procur- When she learned that the Popo jvuuiuui njiiuu lie juiucu ei&ui' jcaia soon showed they wero Inferior to the tar-for tho colonies, was able to problems ed and will float bonds against said so that their immediate ago. There will ue no tribal cere- home team. The feature of the game late tonight monies, according to present plans. was the team work of tho Beaver had bestowed tho benediction from In the sum of $ 17,000.00. The niince to Parliament would not be affected. Any savings outside of St. Peters, the sister said, In England and France resulting bonds are issued In ten series of ten that a response had been received, The "Old Indian" as ho was gen- Dam players. that she knew he could not do anyCollins explaining that raids were r. ... j.w- - ,.... Beaver Dam thing else because ot his profound w....ry ir nor rent from decreased expenditures during lmn.ia nM, f linnrin uwtauu erally known among the white peo- Owensborot0 apprehensions over tho fate 5 patriotic 'th next year, It was declared, prob- - pons, payable annually. Series No.,11"6 Pt Davis , ple, was active until six months ago, Bell sentiments. prisoners 17 F. Render ' aby would have to he applied to 1 Is duo Jan. 2, 1923 and so on each OI lno uerr government ami wiai mo since which time he had not been Wilklns. "In a delicate situation," sho was taking Provisional 8 C. P. Barne3 24 added, "he has done a marvelous debt reduction, while In Germany any year thereafter until the last series' house. Turley seen outside his adopted-son-'s necessary steps for their Release. 2 G. Alford Crowe 2 thing, truly worthy of him; but those balancing of the budget was compli- Jg ,jue Worker For Movies. It was announced that the men mm G. K. Barnes 2 who knew him and his patriotism cated by the fluctuations of the mark ' Before that time he had made it Stevens captured In Sligo already bad re; for will not Substitutes for Owon3boro ,and large Increases In taxation plan- T.Tt. Tn ltK mvKV KOIt a practice to meet all trains entering marvel." .imm turned to their homes, but whether the village and offer postal cars tor Beaver Dam, Roblson, Baker. ivrmn." Italy, It was added, was finding ned Comment on the personal llfo of. tas. a result of the imperlar"governm Plus XI makes particular illusion to Ho claimed to have met the it difficult to incrense government action Is not known. No news salo. fs LOUISVILLE MARKETS Examlnations for nudlton and Exploration to meet expenditures. his Alpine climbing as his chief hob- Tevenues Schoolcraft and Cass re-spectors for tho Income tax division,0.' releases elsewhere has been by. As a boy he traversed the Alps, party, which passed thru here about Need of Economy Shown. the office oi Internal roveuue will celved. Cattle iuarKet quiet with few so often that It was said in Lom100 years ago and recalled the changIs particularly important In the "It SIr Jau,e3 Cra,B. Ulster premier, bo !.eld in Louisville March 8, slm-- l present situation," the board said, u.weouslywlth examination thru-- , who Is tn London for the purpose of ing of the name of the lake, then changes compared to the opening day bard he knew every inch of the-'- ' to Cass of the week. Demand for the best mountains, and that his companions "'not only that government budgets out the country. O. A. Bcckmann. spurring the imperial government to known as Red Cedar Lake Lake, in honor of one of the leaders light butchers was fair; medium and felt sate in his company in the Alshould bo balanced so that short time s:cretary of the local Civil Sorvlco action, has sent a stirring manifesto inferior graces ruled slow and unev- pine passes, but hesitated at begin- - ' borrowing by the government may be Commission, announced Saturday. ulstor neP' charging the of the expedition. I0 Two years ago he took a leading en. A good, active call was evident nlng a' climb with him because of his sum discontinued, but also that the government with responslblll-mnHn- r The positions call for salaries 'British part In moving pictures taken of In- for the best quality stockers and feed- daring, his untiring tenacity an of government expenditures should frnn, $1,800 to S3.000. with ty for the outrages, and declaring dians, called tho "Recollections of ers at prevailing prices; medium and skill; he never tired, leaving all be decreased In order to reduce the promise of advancement wucr efti-- J ulstei"s determination not to yield nnd which plainer kinds less active. Milch cow behind. business comitax burden of the c.nfcy Is demonstrated, Persons p.iss- - anything. Discoverer of Pass. have been exhibited, all over the trade dull; choice kinds up to $50 munity. In most countries, however, ing examinations will be given six! Annur uniiiin, presiaum oi iu United States. 55. Few prime heavy steers offered; His discovery of a route to . . . rtntl TloAnnn nthnn a nark tn TnnAfn seems highly weeks' training lu the curtailment of taxes " technicalities,""" of Monte Rosa thru only' To Illustrate his vitality, it is re- undertone slow. problematical at present. Only In of the Income tax law with pay dur- -, tonight, confirmed the view already Quotations: Prime heavy steers Italian territory was advantageous years ago, when 130 been' attempt- ing training. Information may bo Given by Mr, Collls that-4h- e raids lated that seven the United States has It years of age, the "Old Indian" was $6.50 7; heavy shipping steers $C because, all other previous routes , ed " nhtnini.il nf Mr. lleckmann at tho!wore reprisals for the treatment of knocked down by a switch engine '6.50; medium to good $5.25 G; fat went thru foreign territory, resulting" it Derry prisoners. tho Iiiuids Anns Parley. Federal Building, Louisville. crossing a railroad track. His heifers $4.50 6.25; fat cows $4.50 in great inconvenience to the climbThe Incident created quite a sen while London, Feb. 7. Tho results of 5; medium to good cows $3 4.50; ers. Atjils birthplace, Deslo, where to a hospital of Parliament injuries confined him sation In tho lobbies were nAnTFORD GIRLS' TEAM conference the Washington for only three weeks after which he cutters $2Q3; canners $1.502; he lived until 12 years old, lie tonight, where it was feared it would criticized In the House or commons bulls $34.50; feeders $56; stockWINS, BOYS DEFEATED for his prowess In athletics, no have an adverse effect on tho Irish suffered today during tho debate following mm ers $3 5.50; milk cows $20 60. Jumping especially, so much so that make difficult the , H the speech from flie throne. Calves Market 50c lower. Best when they saw him capering they ball. negotiations and S. T). WALLACE The ocal High School negotiations be- P J, R. Clynes, Labor leader, declar- teams, boys and girls, went to Green-- 1 medium $5 7; nicknamed him "the Jumping boy." venls $10 down; Craig and Mr. Collins. ed : His, father died In 1870 at Milan, Samuel D. Wallace, aged 77, died common $2 3.50. "f majority obtained by the small a! was largely Thi conference Hogs Market strong and prices to which city he had removed. The . ,. UU ill IIIV1U1UK luuio.a mi.. w. .- -, T.nr,la at his home near Sulphur Springs, ...b" ' jw. uw I CI IllllVtlbt J n f L . st Ia Im iiiou w. IMU "wmv u 'TVl ft hOVfl Kn IllUUcr VI UrillllUULlii Jil tnotfiimnnta ' Tl.tH n L1I11L tilnAQ (1 Saturday, February 3, of a compli- 25c higher on all grades. Top hogs, pontiff's crest consists of a shield ln UJ UU UUJU InClf II IIIULUl .. MllhlnnIierirGrs hv tho scor ' t tonight on an amendment in connec- ar. Nothing was done to reduc, of cation of ailments w'th which ho had 120 pounds and up at $10, the high- two parts horizontally, the upper " regaruea to . . , . land armies or air forces. But peace-ca- II il, WU1IU lllU uumu uisstcs v;uiiiuu Hon with Irish aitatrs is a considerable est since August, 1921; pigs, 120 lbs. showing a black eagle with outeffect of been afflicted for ho brought to tho world by by 9 to 7, In as hard fought battle as some extont as the moral not length of time. Burial of the re down $9.25; throwouts $8; stags $7 stretched wings, the lower threo dots, the raids. There was even specula- mains took place Sunday afternoon at down. mere reduction of forces." with the motto. "It passes quickly," witnessed on tho Greenville court in tion on the possibility of the affair reply Premier Lloyd George de- - ii :l imiir Liiut. Sheep and Lambs Trade general- signifying the rapid passing 'St life. , In Sandrock Hill Cemetery, following . leading to dissolution, unless matters 11 acly steady. clared that tho Washington result is T,,Q j,oys. team wns mlnus us st(ji. The Pope has confirmed the apsatisfactorily set- funeral services conducted by the cording to Best lambs $10 $6 9. of the finest achievements ever ,ar C6ntari Bartlett, who was unablo wero quickly and quality; seconds one pointment ot Cardinal Gasparrb as Rev. Wilcox, in the presence of a registered In the history of the world tQ nlay on account 0f niness. Whllo tled. Best fat sheep $3.50 down; bucks papal secretary ot state, and the prelargo gathering of friends. $2.5Q down. and that tho thanks of Britain are Mr. Wallace was a quiet, unassumnresonco would. undoubtedly lates forming the pontifical court ot ing man, but a splendid citizen and due to Balfour for the distinction havo ,nade tho gcoTo different, yet lt4 MARRIAGE LICENSE Benedict XV. Produce. RECENTLY ISSUED highly-respect- ed . js figured by all who knew ; that tho Greenville with which ho served his country. Buying prices net to shipper, tho him. He had novor been marrlod, shipper paying fright and drayage FKEE DOG BILL IS and guns and everything totte would have triumphed. The loIra Allen, Renfrow, to Dollle was born, and lived his whole life PASSED BY LOWER HOUSE' ot that kind must ho dealt with by' Cals were accompanied by Mlsa charges are: in the Immediate vicinity in which ho tho premier. once Nelson, coach of the girls' team, BratcheY, Renfrow. declared Eggs Candled 30c doz, Mag- Charlie Owen, Glendean, to .. died, haying resided during the past Frankfort, Ky Feb. 8. Kentuc.,,.!( nf thn nrlMiniellc In tlllsinml Prnf. O. L.. Shultz. Poultry Hens, largo 20c lb.; forty years or more with a brother, small 17c lb.; largo spring chickens ky's House of Representatives spent Those making the pilgrimage wero.Bio 0ven, Glendean. country will be saved mll-- i case this nson L Ivermore tho entlro afternoon in consideration, B. W. Walbce and n nephew, John Misses Carte, King. Baruett. How-- ! ?F lons on armament this yea,". Owen, Llvermoro Route Ragsdale, each of whom survive and 15c lb.; small springers 20c lb.; of the bill ot Representative J. B. statement wasrd, Clark and Kirk. Tho boys, )., to Dorma roosters 10c lb.; ducks 20o lb.; young Tho premlro's Shultz, Likens, Bnlrd, Bon-caare also bacheIors turkeys No. 1, por lb. 35c; goese 12c Wicker to allow one free dog to each greeted with cheers. It is signifl-'Crowa J. T. Cox, McIIenry, to M. J. Ingle a speech dealt first nett and Rhoads. lb.; guineas, old $3 dozen; young $6. family, which waS finally passed by-that the king's praise by, Beavor Dam. vote of 57 to 28 at 3:30,o'clock. THE WRIST TWISTS The locals were high In their treaty, showing Country Butter Pound 15c. with the four-powNorvel Faught, McHonry, to Otha Governor Morrow declared tho Grain. that Great Britain attaches more iiuijOf the Greenvlllo peoplo and tho F,lonor, Island. By a slip of the wrist, or a hit jand to tho Pacific pact than to teel treatment received atjhelr hands. Current approximate buying prices present license law is harrasslng. mm useless and an unenforced ono that miss of tho pen, tho Greenville re- carload lots quoted by mills: rnese same loams win uuiuu ukuui' tho arms agreement reHart- REVIVAL MAKES porter for the Courler-Journal'l- n No. 2 red $1.37. produces practically no revenue, and Pointing out that the four power tdmorrow night, Feb. Jl, on tho Wheat New, GOOD PROGRESS porting the result of tho basket ball Wagon wheat $1.32. that it should be repealed. Maintainford qourt. agreement replaces tho games between, the, Greenvlllo and The following prices are quoted In ing the best humo, ho spoht about iallianco, the king read tho foltwenty minutes telling the RepresenThe revival meeting bolng held at Hartford High School teams at the carlots in bulk, track Louisville: NOTICE FAItMEHS lowing ministerial pronouncement! tho local M. E. Church is, as it ap- foimer place last Friday night, said: Corn No. 2 white 59c; No. 2 yel- tatives to go back home and pat "Old "I am happy to feel that the longj Ring" on the head when ho ran out Mr. Virgil M. Chapman, of the proaches tho end of tho second week's "Greonvllle Boys Win," and then low 59c; No. 2 mixed 58 c. standing concorn between tho two durat!ont accomplishing quito a bit of proceeded to roport the game, not Oats No, 2 white, 42c; No. 3 to meet them nnd say, "Ring, old countries will remain as cordial as Burley Tobacco Growers I thought about you when I was spiritual good In the community.' To once making mention of tho tact that whito 40c. under the arrangements thustlyo Association, will uddress the up at Frankfort,". was played and that At tho same tlmo our bacco Growers of Ohio County, at date 20 or more conversions havo a double-heado ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE relations with the United States en- - the Court House in Hartford, Ky., been noted in addition to a renewal of tho Hartford girls, coached by Miss religious interest In tho church and Florence Nelson, triumphed over the ASH TIMBER WANTED tor a new and even? closer phase on Monday February 13th, 1922 at 10 o'clock n. tn., under the auspices the community In general. Greenvlllo girls, handled by the All porsons having claims against of friendship." Pay highest price for second It has been announced that the "Wonder Coach, Ed A. Diddle. the estate of Mrs. E. J. Moore, deceas After dealing with tho Washington of the Ohio County Farm Bureau, no Not that we care especially for the ed, 'are hereby notified to present growth, white ash and bottom ash ho premier warned Ger- - farmer cau afford to miss this meet-man- y services will continue at tho least, to conference nelgli-agaln- st next Sunday night, and probably publicity for our girls and their ef- samo to me, properly proven on or for base ball bats, Ship from Dundee) that Its policy of vongeanco Ing, so come a.ud bring your longer. Tho Rev. Turner Is deliver- ficient," coach, Miss Nelson, though beforo March 25, 1922, or they will and Hartford. FranceSvould not pay. Amid bors with you. ing a line of strong and logical ser- they be entitled thereto, but we wore be forever barred. J. P. WHITTINGHILL, labor cries of "another war" Lloyd .I OHIO COUNTY FARM BUREAU, 332tp , J. L. MOORE, Admr. Just wondering at the "wrist twists" 34t3p By.W. C. Blankenshlp, Secretary. mons. Qlendean, Ky. the Anglo-Frenc- h iCeorge defended (, e- - Ito-er- at un-ne- xt. I t. i li un-ov- or No-Lat- er r3 I , fr -- ,,,, """" - " GS-1- i"' I v i .. mi-'M- tay of s ";"". "" "" tho-sum- mit !1H was-note- d ba-k- i t C"iThe W M ...........- ... ,, I quln-"Tonna- ge c," ! o. nt er ce Anglo-Japane- se fel--lo- w, er ' V : it i'1 i 4. Itl . ::;.7ies doomed ut ruWERS' APPROVAL 000 tons; Italy, I "5 ft"n tons; Tupnn, ,115 000 tons, wlilca aggregates tho power's agreo not to exceed. Artlclo G Successful Termination Of Conference On Arms Limitations Washington, Fob. 2. Under tho inavnl trusty, approved, Amorlcn IS capital .ships with a tonnage .of POO.GTiO tons. Great Britain 22 capital ships with a tonnage f rS0,4rU tons. Japan retains 10 capital ships with .a lonnnpo of 301,320. The United States agrees, under the. treaty, to scrap 15 ships now un-dOLD. PRICE construction, with a total of 618,-O0- 0 ions, nnd to scrap all tho older itjaltlcshlps up to hut not Including Limiting Smaller Craft. , Dakota. North Klie Delaware and Thpjsn old ships number 16, with a Article 11 provides that no ship exof 227,740 tons. Thus, Am ceeding 19,000 tons displacement othHonnaso Arica Agrees to scrap a total of 845, er than capital ship or aircraft carrier shall be built or acquired within 40lons, and 30 ships. Twearty British ships and 10 Japan tho Jurisdiction of the contracting ese vessels are to he scrapped when powers. Article 12 provides that no war the treaty Is formally ratified by tho vessel hereafter laid down other than various governments. Tao draft treaty contains only the a capital ship shall carry guns in excaliber, and article 13 if allowing preamble In explanation of cess of Kli'e purposes of the five contracting provides that no vessel designated to governments In reaching tho agree- bo scrapped may bo reconverted into a war vessel. ments set forth: to contribute to tho Articles 14 to IS, both Inclusive, "Deslrins maintenance of the general peace, comprise regulations to prevent conamfl to reduco tho burdens of compe- version of commercial vessels Into months." war craft and the transfer of war tition in armament; Replacement. "Have resolved, with a view to ac ships to other than contracting pow Part three of chapter two, which complishing these purposes, to con ers. gives the replacement provision in delmle a treaty to limit their respec Article 19 provides that "the Unit- tail, provides the general rule that tive naval nrmament and to that end ed States, the British Empire and Ja- capital ships may he replaced 20 .lave appointed as their plenipotenti- pan agree that the status quo at the years from the date of tlielr complearies v" time of the signing of tho present tion, with the declaration that no The names of tho delegates of the treaty, with regard to fortifications capital ship tonnage "shall bo laid liownrs follow. and naval bases, shall be maintained down until 10 years from Nov. 12, , The treaty Is, divided into three In their respective territories and 1921." With the exception of the haplers. Chapter one contains the possessions specified hereunder." two British craft already mention d ajennral laughage of the agreements, A subhead under this agreement among tho replacement charts on tempered in 20 separate articles. names for the United States insular capital ships for each nation that for SI two contains the detailed, possessions now held or hereafter acChapter the United States has a provision persjicclflc agreements on naval matters, quired in the Pacific, except those mitting retention of the old ba'tle-ship- s. jrn&ny of them in complicated tabular adjacent to the coast of the United Oregon and Illinois "for Harm, which amplify and complete the States, Alaska and the Panama Canal purposes." .Meaning of the general agreements of zone, not Including the Aleutian No capital ship replacement build chapter one. Islands and the Hawaiian Islands, ing could be undertaken by the UnitChanter three Is devoted to "mis Hong Kong and Pacific insular pos- ed States until 1931, when, under the cellaneous provisions," and contains sessions now held or hereafter ac- chart, two keels would be laid, folJomr additional articles of the treaty. quired by Great Britain east of 110 lowed by two in 1932, one in 1933. Chapter one is headed: degrees cast longitude, except those two in 1934, one In 1935, two In -General provisions relating to the adjacent to the coasts of Canada, Aus 193G, one In 1937, two in 193S and limitation of naval armament." tralia, and Its territories, and New two in 1939. All of these ships would Article one thereunder is merely Zealand, and as Japanese insular ter- be completed in 1942. the agreement to limit naval arma-.wio- nt ritories and possession, the Kurile, This replacement program wonid as provided In the treaty. Bonin and Loochoo Islands, Amami-Oshim- call for the scrapping of the Florida, The French let It bo .Ships Which "Will Not Bo Junked Formosa, the Pescadores, Utah and Wyoming in 1934, and car once "as soon as possible after the Article 2 provides that the con- "and any insular territories or pos- ry on the replacement and scrapping-- expiration of eight years" ot the com- known tonight, however, that they directly with China tracting powers may retain respe- sessions in the Pacific Ocean which work up to 1942 when the two West ing into force of the treaty) A further oxpected to provision. Is that should a contracting: "over possible retirement from thoir ctively capital ships specified In part Virginia class ships to bo added to power become engaged "In a war loased territory at Kwang-ChoWan. XotEnjitET 2- - Tho ships thus named the fleet this year would be replaced which in its opinion affects tho naval a decision which appeared to becloud U.""t-""'ll""t"""- 't' In pan 1 are as follows: at the end of 20 years active service. defense ot its national security," It tho prospect of any general conferUNITED STATES. t The chart shows the American fleet may suspend its treaty obligations ence agreement regarding; the Chinese and throe on notlco foe "Maryland, California, Tennessee, to contain 15 the period of the war, .leased territories. d vessels. It would not other than those of article 13, proTilaho, New Mexico, Mississippi, AriTwo other conference projects, ono New or 15 zona, Pennsylvania, Oklahoma, reach the full strength viding that vessels designated to be regarding the Chlneso Eastern RailFlorida, ships until 1941 with the scrap- scrapped may not be reconverted in- road York, Texas, Wyoming, By JONATHAN BRACE and the other the prohibition of ping of the California and the Mary- to war vossels, and 17, providing that importation Ctah, North Dakota, Delaware; total 'of arms into China, also XLVI. NEW MEXICO tonnage 500, C50. land. no war vessel under construction, encountered serious obstacles when ITS AS name vDREAT BRITAIN. The British Chart. within Jurisdiction of tho contract- the committee hearing was resumed ing powers on foreign account may be- lato today. Tho Japanese, made somo New Tho British chart provides for Sovereign, Royal Oak, Itoyal Mexico's hisof the Colossus and Colling-woo- d taken for war use." Resolution, Ramillie3, Malaya, technical objections to. the Chlneso tory Is closeEastern, proposal, which- - coupled with for noncombatant purposes and IteiitnJus in Folic Until. Mail. "Valiant, Barham, Queen Elizabeth, ly allied with order of the replacement building That the treaty Is to "remain In. Chlneso and French opposition to War Spite, Benbow, Emperor of "IOld Mexico. Marlborough, Hood, gives Great Britain her full ultimate force until Dec. 31, 1936, and itf' case some features, resulted In appointndia, Iron Duke, was the It strength of 15" posUJutland ships- In none of the contracting parties shall ment ot a ttenown, Repulse, Tiger. Thuv.deror, Spanish who were Its first ex 1941. Ajax, Centurion; have given notice two years before to consider a comproKink George V. plorers, Do Vaca visiting this The French chart shows a provi- that date ot its Intention to terminate mise. tonnage 580, 4C0. region in 1030 and Coronndo ships ta be the treaty, it shall continue In force sion for five 35,000-to- n four years later.. The natives Italians and Japanese presented FJIANCE were the Pueblo Indians, allaid down between 1927 and 1U33, until the expiration of two years. such pertinent reservations to the BretagneLurrine, Province, Paris. though they are somtimes erroneall to be completed by 1936, anitthe from the date on which notice of ter- arms. Importation resolution that It France. Jean Bart, Courbet, Diderct, ously reputed to have been AzItalian chart Is similar to the French mination shall be given by one of the was virtually decided not to press it tecs as they were well advanced Voltaire; total tonnage 221,170. building contracting powers, whereupon except that replacement tho for adoption. In the arts and had 11 comparaITALY. would ba completed in 1937. treaty shall terminate as regards all tively high civilization. Those anl IJiiiitalion Treaty. Duillo, Couto Andrea Dorla, Calo Provision The Japanese chart, beginning re- the contracting powers." The Indians were conquered In 1003 naval limitation Gulllo Cesare, Leonardo da til Cavour, placement building in 1931, would is made that notlco of termination treaty, whoso text was made public by Juun de Onate and became Roma, Papoll, "Vinci. Dante. Alighlorl, subject to Spanish rule, being provide one ship each year until 1939 shall be in writing to the United for tho first time with Its submis Vlltorto Emmanuello, Reglna Elena; lorced to work the mines und and Japan would reach her full ulti States, which shall notify the other sion to today's plenary session, con pay tribute. Missions were estabtotal tonnage, 182,800. mate strength of nine post 'utland powers the date of cecelpt ot notice inineu no und wa3 approve lished and Santa Fe was founded JAPAN. ships In J940, A provision is made by the United States being the ef- - ed by the conference without genera! 1005. . about 1 for retention by Japan of the Salklshi ICIJUIVU UUIU Ul lilt,' IlUlMIlilLIUll. 'Mutsu Nagato, Hluga, Ise, Yama-whirdiscussion. ltd terms, which had Except for u period of ten l, Klrishima, Haruna, Fu-SAn agreement to meet in confer- been completely forecast by publishfin a and the Ash! tor noncombatant years when the Indluu's revolted Kongo; total tonnage. 301,320. ence within ono year of the sccelpt or ed accounts oC tho negotiations, propurposes. nnd maintained their IndepenArticle 2 then provides that. on tho A general note attached to tho sec- a notice ot termination by any power vide for a Now Mexico remained undence, capital ship coming into force of the treaty all der Spanish control until In 1821 tion says that the order of scrapping also Is provided. ratio for the Unltod States, Gireat building' Mexico gained Its Independence Tho twenty-fourt- h and last article Britain, Japan, Franco and Itnly, reships to be replaced may be varied as other capital ships "built or from Spain nnd New Mexico by the five powers shall be disposed uucu Iiuwur UIIUUSl'B, inunucu hid of the treaty provides for Its ratifica- spectively, fmposo various restric-tlon- n became u province of Mexico. or as proscribed In chaptar 2, part ', 'number of ships scrapped each year tion under the constitutional methods on tho slzo and armament of Thus It remained until the outbeing to tho extensive complies with the provisions of the of each power, place ot deposit ot rat- othor types of war craft, and estabthe reference break of the Mexican war, when ifications to be at Washington in the lish a fortifications "status quo" in chart. "rnles for scrapping vessels of war," in IS 10 Colonul Kearny marched arrlod In the part 2 mentioned. Part 4 of chapter 2 contains defin- archlws of the government, authen- tho Pacific. hl.s from Fort Leavenworth with itions of "capital shops, carriers," etc., ticated copies to be transmitted by New Ships To lie Built. s troops, occupied Santa Fe und In the separato submarine and poithe United States to tho other pow- son gas troaty an attempt U made to ifor clarification of the treaty. declared this region a part of the In addition to tho specified capital United States. By the Treaty Chapter 3 is headed "miscellaneous ers. whips, it Is provided that "tho Unit-- 1 outlaw submarines as commorce deSliaiiliiuj; Agreement. with Mexico in ISIS, the upper 'provisions," and contains four addistroyers nnd to proh'blt chemical States may complete and retain ud part of the state was formally At the same session the far eastern warfare altogether. The language tional artlclos of tho treaty dealing ;t.vb whips of tho West Virginia class coded to the United States mid with its application should any con- wng of tho conference moved for- of the convention follows almost exundor construction and on their ninw tho Territory of Mexico was orta tracting power he threatened with or ward toward completion of its tasks actly tho terms of the Hoot resolucompletion dlspenso of tho North ganized in 1851, which reached beconio ongnged In naval warfare, by announcing officially tJio terms of tions adopted by tho armamont comnnd Delaware under tho scrap-pi- n from Texns to California. 'and nlso with the duration of tho tho Shan'ung sTHtleniont and by giv- mittee several weeks ugo. Arizona wur set off from New mlo. while Great Britain may Mexico In 180.) und u few years (agreomont and the requirement for ing final approval to nine of the resSecretary Hughes presented .conttiwct 2 now capital ships not to tho later u portion wus contributed its ratification. It provides that If olutions adopted In regard to Chlnose naval limitation treaty to the con-f- o exceed ME.OOO tons standard displaceto Colorado. Application for adTho agreement on Shan"tho requirements of the national se- problems. renco and, in a speech of 40 minment each and dispose of tho Thun-- ', mission us u state started In curity of any contracting power In re- tung already has been put into a draft utes, explained Us provisions and dedurur, King Cleorgo V. AJux and Con-1850, but it was not until 1010 spect of naval defeuso are, In tho the other far jnstem settlements are jpjtion under tho scrapping rules. that New Mexico became tho (opinion or that power, materially nf-- 1 to bo embodied In at least two con- clared It preserved without vital agreement of tho change tho American limitation pro'".Article 3 is the h state. new fectod by any chango of circum- ventions which will come before tho posal laid before the opening meetNew, Mexico ranks fourth la VP.wrs to build or acqulro no stances," such power may request s Senate shortly- ing of the conference by him on Nov. otipltal ships except as replacement size among the states with tin nnd As soon ns Japan's Intention to 12. Ho was followed by Albert conference for reconsideration 1122,01! 1 square miles', but iorinase. , t, iireu of amendment of tho troaty. It provides withdraw from Shantung had beon Is sparsely populated und accord-InglArtliilu 4 Is tho naval ratio nvor- head of tho French delegation, lui.s only three electoral furthor that "In view of possible tech- definitely stated, the British an- who disclaimed for his country tho agu allowing toiinugo aggregates for votes for President. nical and scientific developments, the nounced formally for the first tlmo militaristic purposes ho said had boon tmiiitul ships replacemet ns follows: ( by McCluro Newapaper Syndlcato.) United States, after consultation, that thoir government was ready to attributed to it during tho WashingUnited Stalls, 52C,006.ltonB; British' shall arrango for a further confer- - baud back to China the leasehold of ton negotiations, uud theu the roll of Sniplro, 525,000 tons; 'France, 175,- or fixes a limit of 35,000 tons nnd Gn limit of 16 Inches on guns carried. by newly constructed ships Article 7 fixes tho totnl tonnage of aircraft carriers nt: United States, 135,000; 135,000; British Empire. Prance, 00,000; Italy, G0,000; Japan, 81,000, and artlclo S covers replacements. Artlclo 9X fixes n limit of 27,000 tons for this class of ships except that each power mny construct two car riers of a maximum of 33,000 tons each, or may convert craft otherwlso to bo scrapped into such carriers. Article 10 provides that no car rier shall carry a gun heavier than caliber and for a total of 10 guns per ship, or If no guns excoedtng cnllbor are carried, for no limitation on tho numbar of guns per ship. nr-tlc- lo mnv horooftor irmtlrp " lor Uivn.t en" nt ioiiiiiihc. Article 20 provides for a uniform rulo of dotaru.iii.ug displacement tdnnngo. Chapter two Is headed, "Ilul s Re- lntlng to tho Execution of the Treaty, Definition of Terms." Part one nuikoa tho tonnage r tlo agroemont effective for tho United State on completion of tho two West Virginia clats ships and tho strapping of the North Dakota and Delaware; nnd for Grent Britain on crmpKtlon of tho two now ships previously provided for and tho scrapping of tho Provifour ships they will replace sion is made for Franco to lay down now capital ship tonnage e t'tc years 1327. 1929 and 1931 as proViticd foi" in tho replacement n'grcoment, and with a similar provision for Italy. Part two sets out four rules for scrapping vessels or war. Rule one provides that such vessels must bo so treated thut the ' cannot he put to combatant use.", Rulo two provides that this may be effected by sinking tho ships, breaking them up, converting them into targets, In which caso not more than ono capital ship at a time could be retained for targU use. Rulo two of part three provides that vessels due for scrapping must he rondered Immediately Incapable of warlike service. Rulo four provides that ve sAs to he scrapped under rulo three shall bo rendered Incapablo of warlike service within six months from the coming Into forco of tho treaty and tho scrap18 ping "finally affected within tnn-,1- 1.1.1c Uwu Mnmm jxz: UjU v rotiisen Tractor Prices EDUCED NEW PRICE $661.00 $431.00 With this reduction of $230.00 a Fordson Tractor should be on every farm in the county. Place your order early to insure prompt delivery. We also have a substantial reduction on Oliver Plows, used with the Fordson. 20-Ye- nr -- Beaver Dam Auto Co. Beaver Dam, Ky. Wel-IIal-Wt a, tho five oowers was called and unanl- -' mous npproval of the treaty gli-- by tho nods of the head all around thti n table. w The Story of Our States s, pre-Jutla- post-Jutlan- post-Xat-la- nd Japaneso-French-Chlne- to-X- al five-pow- er s I'oUou Gas Treaty The submarine and poison gas treaty was rend by Elllm Itoot, author of the proposals on which It wa baed. Tho covenant, he said, must rest for fulfillment upon tho humanq public opinion, or the world, which ho trusted to overthrow tho prediction of the cynical that tho ruins luld. down would bo violated whenever any power in tho future found itself with its back against tho wnl". The only other speech before the formal voto of approval was made by Sen. Schan-ze- r fur Itnly and voiced general approval of the two treaties. It was with even hrlofcr discission that the Far Eastern resolutions were adopted, and tho big crowd that had Jammed Into Continental Hall to seo tho first plenary session since Dec. 10, showed many signs of inattention ong before tho three and a half hour occupied By tho meeting Imit elapsed. By tho hour of adjournment largo patches of empty seats had appeared in the gallorios and many of thoso who remained wero engaged In conversation among themselves as tho (Continued on Soventtt Pago.) 'W o. III--e- o, lisp w J Sunshine Da-fcu- I forty-sevent- Sar-ruu- y in your home happiness and good cheer for all the household, when Columbia Records hold their merry revel! Banish dull evenings with a Graforiola and the records that will give you just the kind of music you like best. Any style Grafonola delivered to your home for a very small first payment. The Ohio County Drug Co., (Incorporated) Hartford, Ky. -, J net Income was $2,000 or more, nnd by every person single or married 8 whose gross Income was $5,000 or moro. Army Of Idle .Shunning Marriage IJ. The requirement to filo a return Cmia, of INncrty Haj of gross lncomo of $5,000 or more reggpKJftftt flnntf nts lBPluid Drachm Noted Holm. gardless of net Income Is a new provision. Net income is gross Income ' , There less certain specified deductions for San Frnnclsco, Jan. 23. For Infants nnd Childvf nro today in tho United States .jigs? business expenses, losses, bad debts, ordinary, everyday men who etc., which are fully explained on tho iforO "" enn not marry. forms. Kbiow . And because they can not follow Returns must bo filtd by married m t, m nua tiu tho nnturnl laws laid out for the couples whose combined net Income development of tho species they for 1921, Including that of dependent lb in health when youth has minor children, equaled or exceeded ; .AixoiioL-arERocK- T. 1 years $2,000, or If the combined gross Inbarely passed. They die ten AVcicfaWcrVcparalioafo: . r v ! sooner than most men. Theyaro re- come equaled or exceeded $5,000. r" Si :,:ioi.'nrtihcFood bvKC2Uia' t wvX r L. f i '1 I'lfll l ' ilnPihcStcrnachsandOcivreljrfj IM l.'t i moved from normal humnn contacts tt-v-m The period for filing returns Is 7W W vw nnd, If they mingle with average so- from January 1 to March 15, 1922. I ill '"' ciety, they court arrest. They breed Heavy penalties are provided for fail!' . t a sullon bttorncss against mankind. ure or "willful refusal" to file a reMl VJ J Tlicrctrrfomoiin Digestion' . Such is tho Interesting picture turn on time. '"!i:aa Cheerfulness ana KtJH . drawn by Jnmes Eads Howe, the Forms 1040A for Incomes of $G,-01111111(1111 91 MnemLNoTNAncoTic "millionaire hobo," of a cross section nnd less and 1040 for Incomes in 3 5c of tho army of unemployed who de- excess of $5,000 may bo obtained etiadnrSAxminm generate Into tramps. Jhmplm M"i from the offices of collectors of InRill Senna Howe, ono time physician and ternal revenue and branch offices. -be Wt Sat1 oesiAf member of a wealthy family who The tax may be paid in full at the forsook tWlap of luxury to mingle timo of filing (he return, or in four (IffflJW and to study equal Installments, due on or beforo with tho nt March 15, June 1C, September 15, the problems of unemployment a nnd December 15. A helpful Remedy for first hand, has Just completed natlon-wld- o tour and Is nt present Changes In tho revenue law are andFcYcrishncssond engaged In organizing the workless of material benefit to the average You mny bring your prescription hrrc with the ' ur . men of the Pacific Coast. family man. Under the revenue act that it will be properly AIK-resullinS thcrcftomnlnfanty-lie declares C.000,000 men are out of r921 a married person, living with BttSIntoSijnatottot Wc that life itself, may der nd npA , of work thruout the nation, altho wifd or husband, whoso net incomo WZcK puts It nt corrpounding your prescription exactly cccDrd-ir- g the Department of Labor was $5,000 or less, Is allow' for 1921 half that figure. about I to your physician's instructions. Wc have, TDicraTAW'CoMPfi:: I ed a personal exemption of $2,500. Griming IJUteniCHH. Under the revenue net of 1918 the the drupes and the skill to give you c::cily what "'There Is the growing bitterness I exemption allowed a married person e orders, have notod, particularly among the was $2,000, regardless of the amount r rui inifm n. mbi sk ihk iu m usi rssi ." here for p.t;iicr: medisines. Our stock is ccr.i- - men who fought overseas, and now of net Income. flr: all but starve," says Howe, who, The normal tax rate Is the same, 4 a- -within the past few years has en- per cont on the, first $4,000 of net IE v& 7c sell, rccorr.rr.cru c:.l rcuarantce Dr. Miks' dowed and established three "hobo Income above tho exemptions, and S Exact Copy of Wrapper. iw your cm- TMt etNTAUR COMMN. universities." , per cent on the remaining net income. "The number of suicides among Ghen his personal exemption of THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO., (Incorporated) thoso men has been particularly plus $400 for each dependent, a llarmlng. I have been engaged In married man with three children Hartford, Ky. the workless so that the. average American family will argaplzing 'hoy may protest against conditions pay this yoar on a not Income of $4,-0lieving tho J to be capablo of op- by which u great hungry, distressed a tax of $12. On the same inALASKAN RAILWAY eration only In summer," said Gerlg mass Is allowed to undermine a na- como for 1921 ho would have paid a proposition Six feet tion's social fabric, altho the wealth tax of $56. "It is an FORMALLY OPENED of snow is tho greatest obstacle to be of that nation Is the greatest of any Every citizen and resident of the overcome duiing the winter, but that in tho world. United States must determine for Organizing Hoboes. Is not Insurmountable in railroad ophimself whether his income for 1921 A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered, "Wo organize constantly to bring was sufficient to require that a reSix Years Effort Complete eration." our condition to the attention of tho turn be filed. Full instructions for Opens Vast Ilfsourcoi. Wo maintain a 'hobo making out a return are contained on Gerlg Is enthusiastic over the pus-e- ll government. Line 467 Miles In illties whicn tho new rn'uroad vill lobby' in Washington that isn't gen- - tfco fomS( R copy of wh,ch w,n be -Length. open up, citing a variety of natural erniiy Known, we re not iryu.B to sejt tQ taxpayers wno nled a return upset things; we're trylg to straight- ,Mt year i resources heretofore practically Fallure to receive a re. which will bo available en them out. turllj j,0Wever, does not relieve a tax- , Portland, Oro , Fob. 4. Aftor six thru the operati.m of the railroad "This Is not Just a trouble of hard Largest Morning Circulation of h,8 obllgatIon to nIe a re. years spout In construction, the Alasplacer fields adja- times; there's always this class. "The nn nr hforo Mnrch 15 nn , Is "now ready for use, cent to Fairbanks can now be work of Any Kentucky Newspaper kan Itallroad can'j, marry and have children j1922.-Formmay bo obtained from from sea level at Seward, on Resur- ed at a profit, duo to the railroad" Ge- and family lire and comrorts. anaicoector Qf lntcrnnI reVenue nnd rection Bny, northward to Fairbanks, rlg stated. "It is estimated that tlmlr hnnlHi Is nnn lindoruiined and .orancn omces. a distance of 1C7 miles. gold Is includ- tney die young. ? 10,000,000 worth of Fifty-tw- o millions of dollars Is the ed In this depotd'.. Gas In the stomach or bowels is a A child that has Intestinal worms disagreeable symptom Enjoys, a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. ' It fe "It'6 mlnlnj reiiulres fuel, and total sum which has been expended of a torpid s to dato on tho northern line, and an prior to the coming of the railroad is handicapped In its growth. A get rid of It quickly take liver. To essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving- news of White's Cream Vermifuge Herblne. additional 54,000,000 will bo needed wood cost from $1G to $30 a cord at It Is a marvelous liver expels worms; the child matter first consideration. ' for brldgos and other costructlon not Fairbanks. That made mining un- Jestrojs nnd stimulant and bowel purlfer. Price essential to the Initial oporatlon. ac- profitable. By means of the railroaad Immedaitely Improves and thrives COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington! and Price 35c per bottle. Company. cording to William Gerlg, quo of the coal from the Matnnuska field can wonderfully. m m engineers, who has Just be delivered for $G a tow at Fair- Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. construction Frankfort. Member of the1 Associated Eress. o banks, and one ton of coal is equal returned from Alaska. She I saved the money to buy this IXCOJH3 TAX IX XUTSHEIih were employ- to two cords of wood. Fonr thousand men Jumper with, darling. With important legislation coming before Congress "In earlier days supplies had to ed on tho railroad during tho past He How did you manage it, my and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922) The Cornier-Jo- K WHO? Single persons who had dear? Beason, completing tho laying of 100 be brought into Fairbanks" by boat urnal more, or is the daily newspaper you will neecL miles of track and eighty miles of during tho summer season. Trans- net incomo of $1,000 or She I bought it wlh the money or more. you gavo rue for my hat, and had the of $5,000 Me- tfross Income In winter. Gerlg. stated that many of portation ceased grading. theso mon will remain In Alaska to rchant were compelled to stock up Married couples who had not Incomo nat down to your acC0Unt.Gen engage In mining and follow other to last a yoar. Thus it was that ir sz.uuu or more, or gross incomo oi tlewoman By special arrangements we are now able to offer flour sold for ?25 a barrel and oats ;o,uuu pr more, pursuits. ( WHEN? March 15. 1922, Is final rjng- - I was afraid of being kicked coming of "When tho government undortook U $140 a ton. Since the THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L for filing returns and making by a horse That's why 1 got this tho project of building n railroad Mm railroad theso have been gut in date payments. -- ANDfirst auto. thru the agricultural and mining half." Collector of lntornal WHERE? Ding I'll rldo a ways with you. a regionB of Alaska, as a means of THE REPUBLICAN ung All right. Where are you revenue for the district In which, tho For Tho Clilldicii, tho rich resources of that Too much care cannot bo exercised person lives, or has his principal going? existing liuo of tho territory, tho Roth one J ear, by mall, for only 95.75. place of business. Ding Down, .to seo my friend Alaska Northorn Railroad, which ex- In selecting a cough medicine for childirections' on Form '.Green. He broke his arm trying to HOW? Full tended seventy miles northwaid from dren. It should bo pleasant to tako. This offer applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions. Uwt 1040; also tho law crank Jiis car yesterday Farm and Seward, wns tnkon over and rebuilt. contain no harmful drug nnd most ef- 1010A and Form only to peoplo living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana,- - Now sufe- .Home. line was con- fectual In curing thuir coughs nnd and regulations. Then a broad-gaug- e scriptions may, if dogirod. start at a latter date, and renewnl AVI! AT? Four percent noiiuali colds. Long experience has shown structed thru Anohorage, on Cook Qltatth Cannot Be Cured Cough Remedy tax on balanca of taxablo Incomo. date from expiration okprosent onos. that Chamberlain's into the Interior as far as with LOCAt, APPLICATIONS, as they It Is a fa- Surtax , from' 1 par cent to C5 If you prefer anj evening newspaper, you may substitute Tha meets these conditions. 114 miles from Seward. .,. , . .. tr. nnn (.. cannot reach tlio.eeat of the dleuse. m wit u not i tv.wvw ' Catarrh Is a local disease, greatly in miles to Fair- vorite with many mothers. remaining fifty-thre- e Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. fliienred bv consiltuUonal condition, anil the- year 1921 9 ou must take an banks is coverod by a narrow-gaug- e In order to uie it Sond or bring your orders to tho office of Incmno Tav Facts, AAf f l,ON'GRR SKIRTS FOR WOHHN Internal remedy. Hairs catarrn .ueuiline It will lator be converted Into ,a taken inteinuiy anJ acts thru ' IiIh incomo tax in maKing-ou- i the bl00(1 on the ,BUC0US Burrucc of the road. From Ilpiy a broad-gaug- e Medicine was Hy order of the denn of wonitfii at turn for 1921, tho nverago taxpayor system. Hujj'8, Catarrh best phi alclans Station, near Fairbanks, n thirty- prescribed by or9 cf the saung will find a considerable In this country for years. It is com- Muryvlllo college, Tgnn., the fair seven mile extension was built tiji WWiiTnMrTBtlMflJ iiiniiiiiw rwiMfunti r iiiimit in n niinnai wiitiiiiiIIi "ill' . . t, tonics , known, ilJiwitMiMrau. ,. will havo to lengthen their skirts comparison wwi thn nniniint nf lax P"eJ. of soma of the best bl00c. b Chatanika, and another branch line purifiers. Tho combination of 13 inches from the ground. paid on tho same Incomo for 1920 wbh constructed from Hitauuiktr to to nt least tl, e ingredients In Hall's Catarrh MediThe exemptions provided by tho cine Is what produces suoh wonderful The brevity of th girls' skirts extho coal fields results In catarrhal conditions Send for of decoucy In the revenue act' of 1921 aro $1,000 for ivRtimonlalH. free , "Do not" make the mlRtake of be ceeded tho bounds EAGLE "MIKADO". (tho term Including F J CHBNI-- ; f A CO., Preps., Toledo. O. opinion of tho male students and they single persons i t'ucuno. j. u DrucRlsts, 5c constipation. backing the dean's edict to the widows, widowers, divorcees, nnd tier-soare Hau'a Family Tills for s separated from husband and limit. Somo even carry to measure uny sklit that appears too wife by mutual agreement), $2,500 WHY BE SICK? tor fcolo at your Dealer Made In firo EWI for married persons whoso not long. ASK TOR THE YELLOW rCiNClL WJTH THE BED BAND wnp $5,000 or les and $2,000 Albany," N. V., a mother wrote At Thousands of peoplo have found net Gov Miller to have a law passed lim- for nn; ie1 persons vhon Undf" STONES SPECIFIC the medicino w..s $5,000 or more height from iting to five Inches the EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK tho ground that a girl may wear her the revonit net of 1913 the nerxonal ,thoy needed for Rheumatism, allowed a married person inch, Liver, Kidneys, Chills, Colds, La seldom fail to dress. Sho says women with bobbed HUUtMtUIMW hair and dresses reaching only to the was $2,000, regardless of tho amount Gilppe, Constipation, Weak and Runto police pro- of net incomo. Tho personal exemp- down Systems. A Blood Purifier PRINCETON PROFESSOR longor Is a theory. It is n.fact. knees nro not entitled legislators tection and that mon need more pro- tion allowed a married person ap- - and System Builder, mnde of herbs. DERIDES DARWIN BILL to "The the use might aa weli txs prevent of tho'mulUfficu-tlo- n women than vice versa. plied also to tho head of n family, and Iron. To Introduce Stones' Spo- tection from table. No one need Yiunrss. aas Her object In such a law would bo nian or woman who supports In one clfio wo will give a full slzo $1.00 Princeton, N. J Feb. 4. "Tho tho bill is fit only for huruocua to safeguard tho .morals of her son household ono or more relatives by, box free. With your order for ono when you talro If the bill 1b pasro t--u box of Stones Specific. Wo make 2 State of Kentucky will bo tho laughadoption. who was arrested for accosting a wo- blood, marrlago, or peoplo wll rescind It within Rjsu medicines- - nnd wo want you to know ing stock of the world If Its LegislaThe exemptions for dependents In a station with her man who sat a person who receives his chief sup- - Stones Specific will keep you well, ture passes the law against toaching years. I must decline to take mtaj knees 'showing. ' matter sorlously." port from the taxpayer and who Is send check or money order for $1.00. Grant Conklln here tonight. ic,y' The Dally Princeton cacriW: Irregular under 18 yonrs of age or Incapable Your money hack If not satisfied, Dr. Conklln, Is a professor in the When tho bowels become r 10, Department of Biology of Prlncoton editorial today denounclrjc tltot you aro uncomfortable and tho long- of selfsupport hecauso mentally or, This Offpr will oxplre March and a nationally known authority on posed measuro as havlne cuuia. trinint er this condition exists the worss you physically defective Ih Increased 1922, So order this big Bargain It builds you up various aspects of biology, chlofly ignoranco. freo. dav. tool. You can got rid of this misery from $200 to $400. and helps you reI). xv; ktonu MninciNi: co. Tako a by using Herblno. a return bo eolutlonund tho Darwin theory. quickly Tho act requires that gain your normnl Chemists In Paris are mak'u MfVoA: "Kentucky, Intact, 'ho continued, Minion, Ky. dose on going to bed and see how fUed by every slnglo person whoso weight. References Marlon Bank, Marlon. "would win the reputation of thq thty claim are real rubles and aa.v-phlr- es, fine you feel next day. Price COc net Income for 1921 was $1,000 or in their own laboratories 33U mobt humorous State. Evolution uo in moro, every married person whoso 'Kyt So)d by Ohio County Drug Co. druggists SAYS MLLIONS MUST GO UNWEt) ISBIHHHKsl mi Iff I fsa 1 w msibmESEO yiimrpm c l. K. Lk ms9 u Mothers Genuine H Castor VI Always ! V rS. vii wMFliiSB I fmmBmm. Bears the i fN& kt d Signature s7 Jr wv' Up down-and-ou- ts Ue Can Fill Thai Prescription c fl'i j For Over Thirty Year k C-rr- sr sfsi iiaiac m $2,-50- 0, 00 id all-ye- ar Which Daily Paper? i , The Courier Journal low-grrc- le h-hc- s few-dose- - i m 1 M' a ln-l- ot, No-nan- a, to """" pr .. i r. - co-o- ,' .1 l1-''ii- pe-fe- ct "7 uti I yard-stick- ff TOHACH Stom-exempti- DISAPPEAR ENTIRELY IS lantac i I y r-- ' , Sold by all good ? ! h fit !i .'3 .'. R. m m m. y. common-sens- o leadership and a firm it a dead If successful, will mnk 'fTJie Hartford Republican thing, whatever its material resources WASHINGTON COMMENT determination to cut under secret diplomacy and the old regime's idoa may be, President Frank L. McVoy I of International relations get to work, told studonts and faculty at tho semiPublished Weekly by chapel tovictim at least it Is possible to wheedle, perThe last Knickerbocker pARTFOKD PniNTING COMPANY annual "between us" day day. body shipped suade or force nations to make agreeburied, tho last maimed Incorporated "Any restriction on the freedom of away to sorrowing relatives In tho ments, which Is a huge step In ad- education is a blow at democracy," homo town, official Washington turns VRnc?t Eight treaties: Pacific, Arms TV. S. TINSM2Y, Editor Dr. McVey said. "Bills which have y to the task of "hold Limitation, Submarine nnd Poison and Business Mnnngcr. been introduced in the General As- - fne Investigations." "fixlnc the Gii?, German Cable Allocation, Chisembly would distinctly limit tho,b,amo., nnd of utterinB portentous nese Tariff, Chinese Questions, Yap, Chlncse-Japanes- o Shantung treaEntered according to law at tho right of tho university to teach what (, voluminous remarks designed to nnd Fostoffice, Hartford, Ky., as uall it thinks should be taught. Nothing show the folks at homo how much on ty; they mark real milestones In tho tter of tho second class. world's progress, and they nro so Is more dangerous to an educatlonnl the job the uttcror isi many monuments to Warren G. Hard Institution than loss of its spirit and After a battle the buzzards gather; to freedom, which would result In a Address all communications after a holocaust the authorities who ing and Charles Evans Hughes, ex "Tho Hartford Republican. breakdown of authority and conse- did nothing to prevent it gather to poncnts of American common-sens- o quent evils. By its spirit we mean discuss whose fault It wasl freedom to think, to exercise religious All very necessary, doubtless, but NOTICE TO SUBSCIUBEKS freedom to research.study and liberty Regardless of the STRAY STREAKS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent of mind the greatest things which rather Ineffectual. cause of tho disaster, whether it was ' y a new address must give tho old make a university." w.elght of snow or weakness, of steel j tddress in making the request. (By Fluko McFluko.) Business Locals and Notices 10c or Inefficiency of engineering or lax-- 1 r lino, and 8c per llje for each KIRK BREAKS OUT ness of building inspection, or vibra insertion. Roy Darnhlll, the Swift represenON TREASURY ROOF tion caused by street cars on a crossObituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards tative, we mean he is Swift & Co's. pi Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ing, the undoubted fact remains that traveling man, told us as how U. 0. ach head line and slgnautro, money "Washington, Feb. 8. Fire broke it Is not nearly so important to "fix "Lis" Ragland of Enstview, which Is advance. Treasury Build the blame" and "punish tho guilty" Church Notices for services free, out on the roof of the , Pi" ,s e" White Mills, says he Is at other advertisements, lc par ing late this afternoon, but, after n as i i. vi.niw imr.nn( ( ,umcr "rl,"?I,t do word. both in Rolns whether other few minutes of effort by all the some place other than White Mills, Anonymous communications will apparatus in the downtown the National Capital nnd In other ci receive no attention. since it seems that pcoplo would not portion of the Capitol, tho blaze was ties, are now in process of getting lift rrtt"ii If t nii tr nntiair tn t o nlnin ' believed to have been brought under ready to Barbed In bathing suits. Lis says TELEPHONE ima. ...m. -i. control. there' no fig leaves in that county 59 Farmers Mutual The fire was caused by the over and what's one going to do? ap- who initiates something concrete and turning of some sort of heating by workmen who have tangible, looking to the prevention of FEBRUARY 10 paratus used DA V Till Wo have been to,tl that C3nt- - c- been engaged in repairing and raising such dreadful calamities in the future' on those who seek an ephemeral Shown has missed his appetite, and, the roof of the building, which holds you want t0 seo th Captain Grand larceny, petit millions upon millions of dollars in local notoriety by proposals to make a tl,at lt Evolution about lt. Though .' memorial park on the site or. to deco- - s,""e ust disorderly conduct stealing currency. larceny, rescuers, or to hang, draw, we are not (JOIN to do it. NosirrcoJ Employes, numbering several thou rate heroic o used Ford. sand, were released from their work and quarter the committee of stock- - B"t we've been trying to "pursuade" holders of the steel mill which hired Dlllls Wnr' to do so. g peo- and left the building without disorThose good and the manager who employed the super-- 1 y der. trying to induce the ple who are ,We notlcd in a newspaper where Firemen announced at 4:15 o'clock Intcndent who paid the workman who Legislature to help God by special legislation might turn their that the blaze finally was under con- rolled the steel which went Into the an Indian lived 137 years and during that time had married S different efforts to better effect if trol and said that the damage would truss which gave away! time f squaws. We. don't seo how in thun- "they were to endeavor to have God consist largely in Injury done by wa"Yes, they are meeting, but what der he did it, we mean live all that ter, the burned portion of the roof behelp the Legislature. Such has spell, even If he was a hardy redskin, ing only a few square yards in area. are they accomplishing?" been the question on the lips of many . The two trials of "Fatty" Arbuckle thoughtful c(tlzens nnent the confer- Rol Riley says that the lower developed the fact that the Jurors NOTICE. ence on limitation of armaments at branch of the Kentucky Legislature bearing the evidence stood fifty-fift- y Washington. has passed the only law he was par- on his guilt and innocence, but if the To my friends nnd patrons: The wisest heads can never tell in ticalar or cared a durn about, that is Idea of guilt makes p'rogress in the I have completed the course in the next trial approaching that shown in Cliicugo Eye, Eur, Nose anil Throat advance what the result of a law, an the one knocking out the dog tax. He the second it will take the Jury about Hospitcil, nnd Imvo resumed my prac- igreement. a treaty, may be. The says that if the legislature had treaty was to do one thing; ed that law the first day it met nd- 30 minutes to return a verdict of tice. Office over the Ohio County it did another. The Volstead law Journment on tho next day would ""We, the Jury find the defendant Dnif Co.'s Store. was to decrease crime; It created a have suited him O. K. , guilty, as charged in the indictment." 31t3 A. B. RILEY, M. D. brand-ne. crime and a lot of it. The h pact is a cat' no one ' When our former friend, ,but now "Vacationist Harding and some of BARRED ROCKS. goes to knows which way will Jump, and the arch enemy, , Albert Cox, the other best minds" including Senlccomplishments of the Washington talking about a league composed of ator Underwood, seems to have given My yards are full of the best I conference may work and may not! himself and Bat Nail, we give up. A the great, world powers a long step ever had in size, color and laying But the Washington conference has combination of the "Chink an toward lasting peace and lightened results, if treaties be re- - brew Junk Dealer" would get the s. the burden placed upon all in the propensities. So far eight treaties hatfa erage fellow's nanney before it ever Some extra fine cockerels and mul- stupencostly struggle for the most you dous navy. The successful conclu- lets at a real bargain If taken at come out of the conference, in seven "rech the blatln' stage." No! Selected eggs 51.50 and ?2.5U of which the United States Is a party, can't goad us Into betraying you, wo Confer-toic- e once. sion of the Arms Limitation per 15. Prices on large quantities Whether they work or don't work, are going to keep that bear story and the other disturbing quesfor incubators on application. whether thev aid or hinder the cause clothed, hidden from the eyes of the tions settled therein is accounted by of peace, no one can say. JOHN B. WILSON, curious, locked securely within our .many pf all political parties as a real ' But they do demonstrate that when own breast. Hartford, Ky. signboard, pointing out the path lead ing toward peace for the world. whole-heartedl. al ! l mBKBdHt mUK vLfWO BsS 4 B A SAMSON TRACTOR FOR i,w fire-fighti- such-acciden- ts, ,..Z.:m;Z" "'''";..: i- ...'.,..n n $445 The lowest price in the history of the Model M. Tractor. With the many improvements over the old models, this brings this machine within the ,buying reach of all farmers, and enables them to secure for their money the most power on the market. As we have no promise of this LOW PRICE for any future time by the Samson Tractor Co., as you will so note in advertisement on the fourth page in this paper and if you intend to buy a Samson Tractor this year give us your order now, so we can place your order at this exceedingly low price for early spring delivery. Price f. o. b. factoiy. farm-tractor -- Ken-luck- , o - w Irish-Britis- ACTON BROTHERS Dealer- - av-sult- HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY Some people are born with an ingrown grouch, made perfect by long yeara of patient and continuous cultivation. Not long ago we were taken to task, criticised very severely, Jor failure to gather and publish a cortain incident as a good piece of uiews. The omission ol mention of the incident of which tho Grouch grouched was, however, due to our Jailure to get hold of It. But this same complainant had previously grouched because the paper had carried mention of another incident, wherein publicity was given when he desired that It be kept quiet. Some people will grouch if you do and grouch if you don't. So if we appear to be a bit grouchy at the grouch please excuse us under the jdea that we think it is our turn. fcCdWe have been mailing out state- f kan Win STE TS Styledfor TfotmqJfen H'ATS ty ments to our friends who are in arrears for subscription, Just as other concerns and people do who have un- paid accounts due them. We have Jiud folks take exceptions when we stopped their paper on or near date, some Mo so seemingly lr & under the idea that wo were afraid 1o trust them to pay the trifle of $1.50 per year. Still others occasionally say that we should have dis- n promptly. ir. .. continued when they failed to renew So after all it is a difficult proposition to solve. We never send tho papor to any party, if we are aware of the fact that they do not desire it. It is not nitr desire or in tention to thrust lt upon :my person, "We feel safe in making the statement s of those subthat near scribing, when asked about the matter tell us to send tho paper until they order it stopped and upon their first trip to town they will drop in and settle. Hence it is that wo often fall to discontinue the paper on expiration date. If the reader of this article happens to receive a state ment they may rest assured that we have simply continued to send 11 for a. time thinking they probably desired that we do bo. There has bocu no Intention to "poke" on anybody. three-fourth- .y"1 -- The New Stetsons Are Here y7 yJwj) ;ibl mm .J J-- - jjr '' 1ft Be entertained at your fireside . Let the oreat artists of the music world come to your home to entertain and amuse your family and friends. Columbia Records bring to you all the music of the world. Come in today or tomorrow. Listen to some of the new Columbia Records dances, song hits, comics, orchestrations, band music. No home need be without Columbia music now. A small first payment puts any model Grafonola ia, your home at once. f. it" , That's all we need to tell you. New Spring Styles with the distinctive mark, and the good, old JStetson quality. If you're a regular Stetson custo'mer, of course you'll want one of the new Spring Styles. If not, let us urge you at least to come and try them on. You can judge for yourself wjiat this Stetson "feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about. You find the Stetson quality mark on every Stetson Hat. rock-botto- m ' ',.'" . I V.ol K. HEAD SAYS FREEDOM AT STAKE Unl--vcrti- ty OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) Carson , L Lexington. Ky., Fob. 7. Tho of Kentucky faces nn attack .on Its freedom and its spirit, which, Hartford, Kentucky. Co. JK HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. 'iM f HWWt ) W . basket Don't fall to seo tho two-pl- y ball game on the local court tomorrow night. 0 fv i iw ? iy r Mr. - Earl Smith, assistant for the Broadway Coal book-keen- er LET'S GO TO Co., Simmons, was In town Wednesday, on business. Mr. J. C. Her, manager of tho Merchants Wholesalo Grocer Co., Louisville, spent Saturday and Sunday In Hartford. Miss Leila Glenn of the Central City High school faculty, Central City spent lost week-en- d with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Glenn, of thla city. Tho many friends of Mrs. Racheal Shultz, who recently underwent an operation in a hospital at Houston, Texas, will bo glad to learn of her be ing very much improved. Mrs. Finis Leach, of Beaver Dam, who spent this week In Hartford the guest of her son, Chester Leach and family, and other relative!), returned to her homo yesterday. 'The Microbe of Love A Musical Comedy Treat by HOME TALENT Each Character Makes a Hit. TIME: 4 - LAST CALL! We have a limited number of Men's, Young Men's and Boys' Overcoats, yet in stock. If you mean to buy for immediate use, or even for next winter, it will pay you to investigate our stock it will mean a saving to you from $5.00 to $7.50 on i Mr. W. G. Ward of Nocreek, and daughter, Mrs. Godfrey Bennett, of near Beda, went to Owensboro, Tuesday to spend two or three days with Mrs. Sarah Bennett and family. Mrs. H. E. Bishop, of Centertown, is spending a few days with her son Leon Bishop and Mrs. Bishop, of this city. The latter Is confined to her, room with a severe cold. Miss Mae Hunloy returned to her home in Beaver Dam la9t Friday af-r, spending two months with her Mis. Isaac Y. Sandefur and Mr. Sandefur in Huntington, W, Va siB-to- Tuesday Evening, Feb. 14th 7:30 o'clock. PLACE: Hartford High School Auditorium Laugh and Forget. losses as the aftermath of war. But neither the farmer, the dealer nor tho manufacturer wants sympathy. They simply want action, and the situation calls for earnest between the thrjee." "Regardless of Its own tremendous sacrifice by this reduction, the Samson Tracer Company brings the pricei of Its tractor within easy reach of farmers in spite of their past reverses. It enables farmers to secure profit making units by the uso of which their purchasing power can be Increased for the stabilizing of all industry and for hastening normal prosperity for the American public of which the farmer composes a large part."- - Advertisement. a Coat. $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $18.00 $15.00 Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats -- . .' '. $24.95 $20.00 $18.95 $10.00 $8.95 Jett, Extension Department the College of Agriculture, Lexington, was in Hartford and Beaver Dam C. U. of 'V jmuCfa The Hartford I'HIDAV Republican FEIIIU7AHY 3214 Mine, Plaster and Cement at W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 10 Wems. Park or the Horse Branch country was In town yesterday. Hemstitching MRS. W. SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. and Plcot Edging. J. BEAN, Hartford, 'Ky. Squire B. F Rice and "Toog" anS Frog Richards (of Fordsvlllo, Hollow, were In town Monday. The "MICROBE OF LOVE" afevening of refined enterand hilarious amusement. , fords an PERSONAL NEWS , tainment AND SOCIAL EVENTS Rev. T. T. Frazier is able to be out T. E. .Maiden of Sunnydale, was in again, after being confined to his town yesterday. room" for several days with illness. . BASKET BALL Double header. Tomorrow night. Rev. II. C. Truman of Fordsville, spent Wednesday and Thursday of this week with friends In Hartford. Mrs. Goobel Crowe is at the bedside of a small sister, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maddos, at, McIIenry. Mr. W. It. Bean of Dund'ee, was in Hartford Monday. bite In ."THE CROBE OF LOVE." 1 Seo tho bug MI- Word has been received in Jrlart-for- d farmers' perseverance, he Is going to of the arrival of a baby girl wcrk this Spring with courage unMonday and Tuesday conducting one-da- y In the home of Mr.and Mrs. Hoyt Tay- daunted and with renewed determifarm management schools. lor of Loulsvile, Feb. 3rd. Mr. and nation to carry on his business with He knows that from CO to Mrs. Taylor formerly lived In this profit. 80 per cent of the pperatlng expense M1S3 Sallyo Shultz who Is a student city. of his business Is composed of man In, tho Western Ky., State Normal, and horse labor costs. He knows Green, spent from last FriBowling. Dr. O. W. Overhultz of Cedaredge, day until Monday with her parents. Colo., who has been ill of scldtica that these costs are the most vulnerProf, and MrsOzna Shultz, of near since last October, Is no better, ac- able points for attack In his endeavproductown. cording to latest Information receiv- ors to secure a lower cost of tion, and that power farming Is the ed by relatives In Hartford., It Is fearweapon for that attack. x But In I have Installed a new and ed that Dr. Overhultz may be In a. equipping themselves now for InHemstitching Machine. Am pre- rather precarious condition. creased profits, many farmers must pared to do your Hemstitching and now buy equipment in the face of rePlcot Edging. Bring or mail your The home girls have won one game cent reverses. MRS. W. J. BEAN, work to me. The home boys "Implement dealers and Implement Hartford, Ky, from Greenville. have lost one to the Greenville quin- manufacturers have suffered serious tette. Come out tomorrow night and Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton Leach, who witness the battle between these same have" been occupying rooms in the teams. Bartlett, Hartford's center Is residence of Mr. John Thomas on expected to be In the line-uWashington St., moved yesterday Into rooms in the home of Mrs. W. F. AcMr. and Mrs. John A. Duke returnton, on Clay St. Mich , ed Tuesday from Jackson, where they had spent three weeks, Mr. K. J. McKlnney of Louisville, the guests of Mrs. Duke's sister, Mrs representing the Carleton Dry Goods Robert D. Nelson and Mr. Nelson. On Co., of St. Louis, Mo., was In Hart- their return they stopped off In Lex Mr. McKlnney has ington, where they spent three days ford yesterday. many friends in this place who are with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. PIrtle. always appreciative of .his visits. MVs. C. E. Smith left Tuesday Dr. J. A. Duff, Messrs. C. C. King, moraine for the home of her sister, of Dundee, Jas. T. Davis, Sunnydale, Mrs. Mabel Evans, aUMoberly. Mo , to Joe Fordsville, C. W. Wedding. attend her nephew. Leonard Page, Miller, Horse Branch, Kenneth Ben- - who is dangerously 111 of tuberculosa, T TT .a nnnnAtt "nf Pfmtor- at the home of his mother, Mrs. among the callers at this town, were Young Page contracted tuberoffice, Monday. culosis while In the Navy during the , world war and after continuous treatMrs. Marvin Bean, who for some ment in Government hospitals at va time has been visiting relatives In rious points over the country, nas Hartford and other points, left Wed gradually declined in health. nesday for her home In Akron, Ohio. Enroute she win sponu a tew uuys m Louisville and Lexington, with rela- SAMSON PRICE DROP; tives. p. 1 I r THE EDMONDS ' your subscription Hartford Republican. nenow to Tho Don't forget tho "MICROBE OF LOVE.'' Laugh and forget. Look at the date on your Republifor can. Renew your subscription another year. Houses wired at reduced prices during Feb. W. C. LOGAN. See, WILL HIMES jr 34t3 Miss Helen Westerfleld spent last week end with Miss Mary Louiso Mitchell at Dundee. .Messrs. of J. L. Moore and J. N. near Rochester were - Ber-rym- an in Hartford, Wednesday. cash prico paid for eggs and poultry every day In the year. W. B. ELLIS & BRO. Highest ' Mrs. J. B. Tappan and son Park, spent, yesterday In Madlsonville, tho guests of Mr, and Mrs. R. F. Jone. Top We are headquarters for Red Seed, andother grass and RecTCJover Seeds. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ' of Mr. and Sirs. Ernest Brown in HartEqualltyspoiit the week-tn- d Noah ford, the guests of Mr. airtl Mrs. Ii. Rowe. A BENEFITS Mrs. Daisy Mosoley who spent a daughMrs. R. T. Hoover Is at the few days last week with her Mrs; ter, Mrs. Ray Cook, and Mr. Cook, at of her daughter-in-laTo assist further in stabilizing inHarry Hoover, who Is very HI at her Olaton .returned home Friday. She City. accompanied by Mrs. Cook and dustry thru these last weeks of readwas home in Central ComHttlo daughter, Dorothy Dean, who justment, the Samson Tractor pany announces a further reduction and Mrs. John T. King, who spent tho Mr. In tho price of their famous Model M havd been sojourning In Louisville, tho again returned to Hartford to A. C. Porter went to Louis- tractor to $445.00. This makes have Mrs. days price, including platform and fenders, make their future home. ville Saturday, to spend a few governor with Mr. Porter. She will make an belt pulley assembly and reMrs, control, $555.00. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Pendleton extended visit with her sisters, This Is by far the lowest prlca at turned Wednesday from Louisville, C. n. McCalllster, Columbus, and Mrs. Georgia, be which tho Samson Tractor has ever where they had been a'tondlng the N. J. Baxter of Griffin, sold and is especially significant beNational Health Exhibition. fore returning to Hartford cause It Includes the many valuable rv.. T milevlllo Uvpntm. Times of Improvements made upon tho tractor VOll SALK Pure bred, . S. C. Black Minorca Cockerels, $2.00 each, Wednesday reproduced a group pic since It first came upon the market prepaid to any address. ture of the Kentucky Press Associa- three years ago. The reduction Is considered a temM. D. HEFLIN, Centertown. tion of the year 1880 In which ap 32tf likeness porary one only with the price subject pears a Mrs. B. B. Collins Is at the bed side of L. (Curg) Barrett, who was then to be raised without notice. In making this temporary reducof her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hoover, connected with the Hartford Herald. tion, the Company states further: peritoniwho la dangerously ill with "As soon as farmers can enter the WANTED Young women and men tis, at her home In Central City. 'stenography or salesmanship market again with normal purchasto learn fundamentally INTERNATIONAL (Osborne) Disk at home. Big demand. Typewriter ing power based on gives sat- furnished. Free Employment Service. sound profits from their business, all Harrows, the barrow that Write for free lltoraturo on Course Industry can settlo down to normal isfaction to man and team. See & BRO. you prefer. FEDERAL EXTENSION stability and happiness. This condiW. E. ELLIS 32t4 UNIVERSITY. Champaign, Illinois. tion, to bo permanent and healthy, cannot be brought about by merely Gillespie reMr. and Mrs. W. II. production, Tuesday ffom Louisville, Mrs. Albert Oiler of Browder, Ky., increasing or curtailing turned lit- Is seriously 111 at tho Owensboro City by Inflating market prlcts, or by the where they had been with their It Hospital. Little hopo Is entertained artificial means of legislation. s Ray, for treatment. tle recovery. Mr. Oiler formerly-reside- can bo hastened, however, by any for her producin Hartford and is a brother means that lowers the cost of Mr. John A. Johnson came up from engaged to Mrs. J. W. Ford of near Center-tow- n tion thereby Increasing tho farmers' Decatur, Ala., whore ho is .and Mrs. Jas. T. Davis" of Sun; profits. In the timber business, last week-en- d "Characteristic of the American to spend a few days with his family. nydalo. bed-sid- o week-ond-her- e, readily-recognizable son.'-Marcu- fARMERS FootF liter One Leather rf r" has been a real popular shoe since our display A great many in one of our large windows men who are lovers of comfort are buying this shoe Ask them, they know. One Shoe Men with One Last and One Price hard-toit feet breathe a sigh of relief as Such slip on their feet; our Edmonds "Foot-fitteinstaneous ease is a revelation to them. If you "want ." genuine shoe-jo- y wear is made by America's Specialty The "Foot-fitter- " Shoe Manufacturers, in a factory in which only this one shoe is made. It stands up because it is DURABLE, and it looks up because it is DRESSY! Serviceable! Practical Genteel! Comfortable! BETTER fitting and NEATER appearing than any other shoe of its price ! It has DIGNIFIED style and 'will always take a good shine." Our definite purpose is to give you satisfaction always, and if you really want good shoes and real values your interest will bring you here to this store. "foot-fitters- H Price $7.00 CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. nvjsf . !- SHOALS HEARING IS DECIDED UPON - $5.75 Pays For Both The Hartford Republican Home To Study Offer Of Kord To The Goyi'rnmcnt. i immtm TOBRme wirixziL'.v A CASH OFFER J Washington, Feb. 4. Arrange ments for House hearings on the ofThe Hartford Republican lias made a special Subscribe For Your Home Paper , fer of Henry Ford for tho Muscle clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial power plants Shoals, Ala., nitrate and jwere mndo today and indlcatIonsde Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one ivcloped that the Senato also may year for the low price of hold hearings. The House Military Committee, which has Secretary Weeks' report on the Ford offer pending beforo It, BANDIT STICALS PANTS decided at a meeting today to begin AND 1MIKVKNT PURSUIT -- ANDhearings about the middle of next week with Secretary Weeks and nrmy! Kansa9 cltyi Mo( Pcb 4.shnmo The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest engineers as the first witnesses and on 8Uch a bamlttho robbcd Morrl8 and best papers in the South and we hope to receive representatives of the Detroit man- -, iueatoIn nm, thcn gloIo hl8 ant8 l0 uiaciurcr 10 oe caneu inter. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and prevent pursuit. Southern Senators, lead by Senator "It was awful, terrible, something Seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in Harris, Democrat, Georgia, who have fierce." Ufutstcln told the police. Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. regret that Secretary expressed your subscription now. Don't delay. "There I stdod, in my stocking Weeks did not also send his report to feet, garbed In my shirt tail." the Senate, said today that dcsplto j The bandit held up Dluesteln In his this they would attempt to obtain im- toggery shop, where the stock of Senator goods does not include trousers. mediate Senate hearings. Harris announced that when the Pointing to the snow outside, the manned by crews, with .UiCUMA VrtfmJMMH JUtKY TITTi Its' WWKE'JI Senate meets Monday, he would pre- bandit opined that a man would have tho shore establishments equally M rjb.n sent and ask Immediate action on a to be dressed warm to go out there." representative of the United States. MS resolution directing the Senate Agri Then he made Dluesteln take off A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comculture Committee to proceed with his shoes and trousers and tucking "What a beautiful ring!" the consideration of tho roport sent Ui em under ills arm departed. plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. "Yes," said the girl. "It was an jto the House. Senator Harris stated engagement ring but the engagement State news from correspondents in all parts of Kensuch action would permit all neces-- j l.OBSTKR IIAI'Ij IW., BUT Succeed ween everything die fails. Is broken." local service gives all the news tucky. The Herald's sary preliminary work in the form of In nervous prost.atio's m:d female "Aren't yon going to send It back?" I'ltlCK KAILS TO imop Society, Financial, Mar.veukneue they are tho scon-mof Louisville and suburbs. hearings to be conducted while the "Of course But I want to keep It temedy, ai thousands have testified. S House Is acting so that there would ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most relialong enough to let the next 'gentleSan Diego, Cal., Feb. 4. Dy the KiU.MvTV. T Arm ') be no delay in the Senato in disposing right of 'the law of "supply ble authorities on these special subjects. and de- man see what ho Is expected to live STOMAfiM Tfnonm r? of any bill or resolution the House mand" lobsters should be cheap .. .. . .. . up to." Boston Transcript. 'i iu 'i. Rictucmc ever soia Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with passes on the subject, or enable the over a dt Jgju 's counter. fl oa emphatically asserts an official J a daily newspaper that interests eveiy member of Senate to he in the position to initiate statement from the California gamo nniMii i i w t one nun me uuuti or iiuiiik iuu congressional should the and Fish Commission. action the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you keeping appointments. Well, that's House not do so within a reasonable to your local paper. want in addition War on lobster profiteers has been nothing; so have othor women. This time. proclaimed, declares the announce- particular day tho appointment was rJEvery WoimmjWnnt mm If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to ment, pointing out that there Is no with lpr husband. At last .she did In eighteen years Luther Burbank reason why lobsters should be retail- put In an appearance. your remittance. produced a perfect ear of corn thru ed by "Oh, are you waiting for me, restaurants at from CO cents to Order your subscription through culture of teoslnts, a wild grass. $2 per portion. The present season dear?" she asked. THE REPUBLICAN, No; sojourning!" "Waiting? along the Pacific Coast, It is Jcclarod, FIRM CONSTRUCTS Vonkors Statesman. is the largest in years. Hartford, Ky. FOR PERSDMAl HvntriiF Dissolved in water for douche atop? REMARKABLE WATCH Despite the groat Influx of sholl pelvic catarrh, ulecrntion and inflam. fish, the commission the mutton Recommended by Lydia E. price to the consumer has not drop FinSchnm Med. Co. for ten yenr. London, Jan. 22 A remarkable ped a single penny. A healing wonJcr for naml catarrh, Ohio County watch has just been completed by a loro throntand toro eyes Economical leading British firm. The front dial Has lumty tln,m an I ferutU,! .. How do you llktl Mrs. Albertson .In,..,.!. iOc jare.n ,.n.. I i watch, upon which ordinary of the M.I. Tn Potion Train Ciiany. !(,., hi... ; Sufficient To Knclr- - the year for building roads, yet dur-ci- e time is indicated, carries four small the new vacuum cleanser you got for Improved Roads CIRCUIT COURT I Ing last December there were complet- - dials. One of these shows the days Christmas? the Earth. a s s Meets first Monday In March, May f Mrs. Seaton It's all right, but It !iinl Jnlv; third Mondav In Sentombcr What the new Federal highway ap- - ed 1,155 miles of Federal highways of the week and the date of the ,....,. C propriation to be expeded under tho under the supervision of the Bureau month. The other forms a perpetual causes a lot of trouble in the IlllIU. 1UUU11 11U11M1IJ , vD.,.i,,. J .w. OIHMVI home. The members of the family of Public of Public Roads, United States direction of the Bureau calendar. Indicating' tho first, secJiitlse George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. are always disputing' over which one United States Department of partment of Agriculture. The Glover II. Cury, j Com'th. Attorney ond, third and leap years. No. 3 dial tho country j age is represented in roadways that indicates the passes of tho moon and is to have the fun of running it. will mean to Calhoun. I o- zLgy as winter No Clerk Frank Black. .4 acts as a recording chronograph is accurately gauged In a synopsis wero nearing completion during showing the started and were finished the showing hours and minutes, seconds B. II. Ellis. prepared by the bureau, Maxtor Coiiunls-.loiUuse to which the $275,000,000 pre- - month. FOR FLETCHER'S Trustee .Jury Ktiinl L. B. Tlchenor. and fifths of seconds. There is also viously appropriated by Congress has' In addition, according to a compila- - UIl MllUlUlur U11U liumtci lln-- i aminfl F COUXTV COUKT -, been put. Up to December 31, $212,- tlon just completed by the depart- nt any ,lmlt t0 whnt oxtent the watch Convenes first Monday in each progress was work in pro- - ment, considerable 077 246 had been put to Is wound up. The main dial also Gillet Aren't your remarks to jects either entirely complete or un- made toward the completion of 15, carries a further hand distinguished your wlfo rather sharp and pointed, month: Judfjo B, R. Wedding. S34 more miles of highways still under construction. To match that by a small sun near IJs outer end. old man? County Att'y. Otto C Martin. amount the States appropriated der construction. At the end of No- This hand shows the position of the Perry That's because I can only Clerk Guy Ranney. of vember these roadways were 68 per sun before or after clock time. Children 285,379,312, making a total get a word In edgeways. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: cent complete; at the end of Decem$497,45G.55S. JCm A Safe Old Fashioned The watch strikes the hours and Render, Gcorgo Mack Cook, Iris ber they were 70' per cent finished. 'the quarters and repeats the hours, A masculine-lookin- g woman enter If placed end to end the roads to Remedy for Worms P. Jones. Work on tho uncompleted projects Is Tie paid for by this money would enand minutes, at any time ed a shop .and approached an asSeventy. five yean conlin. Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. going on as fast as weather condi- quarters uom uie ia the beat On the back of the watch sistant. '"I want something out of at the Equator and desired. circle the earth Juliet- Nat Hudson. tions and other factors permit. On FRET'S VERMIFUCE extend as far as from Now York to there is a dial showing tho sidereal the ordinary, something that none of QUARTKHLY COURT can offer you. He In the on the second lap. Tho some of tho roads, which hours. It also tho other women are wearing." day of twenty-tfouSan Francisco Keep a bottle alwaya on Convenes first Monday In eacli month. pro States, considerable "Certainly, madam. hand. It will help keep Mon's cloth total mileage of roads under con- Southernbeing made. Others, situatod-- i 'carrios a star chart or planisphere. S3 is sress FISCAL COURT the little onea healthy struction and completed, the depart- in more rigorous climates, show les,s Tho point on the chart correspond ing, third floor." and happy. Convenos Tuesday after first Moning to the North Polo Is set at tho om ment's records show, was approxi30cbottleMyourniiiifit'ior Higgs That college certainly day In January; first Tuosday In (rnrcalaloic; or it your Jf lei mately 27,000 miles. Of this mile-ag- o advancement. contcr of this dial and the exposed Up to the first of tho,year there '"Pl'tw ou.Kndhii nuia April and October, It. R. Wedding "n, 30c 9,555 miles was in projects enportion of the chart reveals the por turns out flue men. nd in ilunui and wc'U had been completed, uudor tho suend you a bottle promptly. you fCounty Judge, presiding. Biggs Why, when did in the latitudo completed. The balance of tirely tion of tho sky visible E. t S. TREY. Batiwin. lii. pervision of the department,. 12,907 ' 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford Thp graduate? In which the watch Is used. miles was in projects which were . highways during Higgs Oh, I didn't graduato; thoy Uml District W. C. Knott, Center-townreported miles of Federal-ai- d aro arrangmovoments of tho watch still under construction but the five years that the work has been C9 per cant complete October 31. In ed In three tiers and aro fitted thru- - turned mo rfut. in progress. Tho total estimated cost :$rl District Q. 11. Brown, Simmons o--o thos projects thore was the equivaout with diamond and ruby jewels. of tho 12,907 miles of completed Why are you all lilt District J. R. Murphy, Fords- Mrs. Sklnnum lent of 12,000 miles of' oompletoc.7 hlghwas was $221'.739,710 of which Tho watch runs for thirty hours with WILL vlllc. hiding from Tommy? complete 1 roajl to roads, so that the one winding. It was constructed to $95,054.1 S4 was Federal-mifunds, TAKE Little Lizie We are playing .1th District Sam H. Holhrook, Hartdate wag more than 21,00(j miles or tho order and cost one thousand guineas remainder of the expense being ford, U. P. D. No. 4. "grown-ups- " and Tommy la tho n limit $4 r,nn. nearly enough to encircle tn globe. borne by Oth District Mack Mnrtin, Narrows. o-o- butcher come with' his bill. Prior to 5 years ago the Federal cost of the States. Theof estimated d Fedoral-aiR. V. I) .No. 2. the 15.S34 miles o- An Englishman walked into a Berpart iu Government took uo active BMhtSl' roads under construction January lin hank, laid down a golden sover7th District J. Walter' Taylor, A London newspaper, hearing that A Trsafaienl Hie road construction of the country. 1 is $275,052,104, of which the Fed- eign, and ailced- - "How much can 1 R. FVD. No. 3. To-da- y of all road unh clot had taken place in u small about one-ha- lf for WEAK eral Government will pay BOARD OF KDL'CATIOX get for tale?" Irtsh town, telegraphed to its corder construction" are being aided fiLUNGS Ot Convenes First Monday in every "HI!" cried the( manager, address, respondent: "Send 300 word riot." aoverrunaiit, nancially by the Federal ing his staff, "clear out, the lot of The correspondent wired back: "No month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C and the construction lb tubject to in CONSUMPTION Secretary-Treasuryou! This fellow's bought tho hank." (tot: will arrange one this afternoon." and en spection and approval of Federal ,., It. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford. gineora. a A quick rela'Hor (hit lircd, Hoke Does yuh roally love roe or Ifflln; "'Are you ready, dear?" John (wilR. F. D. No. C. couchs, piilm In chest, nlclit twtuts. For Infants and Children do s yuh just think yuh do? ed. W. R. Carson, Vleo Chairman, Hart- rhacei, weik lunzi or cnniumptlou. II Iirmor ., , II doer Piiicbrcilg Ileal Oitll-nur- y Itoriucre Say '.'yea. I'll he down in a rnlnuto; Moke Yas, lndeedy. Honey, I Bn Use For Over not help you it costs you nothing. ford, U. F. D. No. 3. Yearc c Stock. lly loves yuh; I alnt done any thiuk- - I'vonly my hat to put on." Nat Lindley, Contertown. R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO. Lock Dox Old Always bears COLUMDIIR n It Is the concensus of oplulou of In yet. Black and Blue Jay.' to I Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. the 'All right. I'll have time 500 grower of purebred mid grade Signature of Ca&ffi&ZcS&ZL o-shave boforo wo go." Claud Ronfrow, Dundee. livo stock who wore questioned by the 'DKCK.MISKU 11)21 Oil; KxumlimtloiiH. -AgriUnited States Department of THAIXKl) TAX IS .?t0,727.1i:l I for Common School BIplonms Hlrshklnd Und. vat may bo tho that tho purebrod sire is from culture TO OPKItATK VKSSKLS Fourth Friday and Saturday ih Jan- KUV-VER-W 10 to 400 per cont bettor thai; tho price of this wutoh? Frankfort, Ky.. Feb. 4. State uary, and Second Friday and SaturJeweler 10 pounds. ordinary sire. This applies to all Washington, Feb. 4. The goal of taxos amounting to ?1C,727.87 were Fords-villHe aska collected durlug DecouTber on a total a merchant marine, mauiiod by exclu- day in Vay. To bo held In Hlrshklnd (to himself) classes of live stock. Many of the Beaver Dam nnd Hartford. men who replied to tho department's 10; ho means eight; ho'll duko six; oil production of 728,209.23 barrels sively American seamon Is drawing Certlilealos. Third For IVm-hers- ' questionnaire gave figures and spe- It's vorth four; I'll offer two. Lon- for tho month, tho value of which was near, according to reports on the sub Friday nnd Saturday In May, Juno s. to back up what they don cific Instancos $1,072,785.69, according to oil pro- Ject recontly compiled. and Soptember. Except notlco Is During the past few months more had to say rogardlng the romarkablo duction reports filed with tho stato "What wore thoso bloodcurdling tax commission. The total produc- than 95 per cont of tho seamen plac- given to tho contrary tho lattor exeffected in u relatively Improvement aminations will be hold in Hartford. ' yells I heard last night?" short time. tion of Novembor amounted to 710,- - ed on American vessels by tho ShipOTHER OFFICERS "That was Jamison trying to quiet .157.31 barrels, the value of which ping Board's Sea Service Recruiting to the question us to tho In reply llfll nl ltnlltP 1'iiy R. F. Keown, Commissioner ,. . rl nrwi 1. n nniillt biuk D, ,1D .a,, ! value of their example In inducing ... .... $1(780,653.22 and tho state tax Bureau wero Americans, it was stat Peelirfcht nil tho time. Don't lay otl Fordsvllle. community to take up a note, and so ho gives his college L. others in tho $17,806.57. Altho tho production ed today. When tho bureau first be Surveyor- - C. S. Moxley, Fordsvillo from work for days by taking calomel yolls as a substitute." Cloveland improved live stock most of these c keeps yos for Decomber was 18,051.92 barrels gan to function less than 10 per cent Representative Ira Jones, Whlto when pleasant Liu- on your feet, whilorelioving-you- r troulv farmers and breeders said that tnoy Plain Dealer. moro than for November production of tho men placed wero Americans. lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Dorrt Run. "had been the means of starting at was $107,867.53 less than for ahe As time passed and the idea of havJ?kor.ny.thinff els0, ou can't nfforrj HARTFORD Periodic Bilious Attacks. ing crews aboard ships least two or throe and 'one man who iu iiliminatca poisons, cleanses sys. previous month tern and relieves constlnatioa A nat Poisons subject to periodic bilious Tiafl been raising purebreds for 40 flying tho United States flag grew Police Jiidsc J. D. Holhrook. Loo County, as usual, led In pro-- 1 urol remedy, naturnlin ita actions, uur Mayor W. C. niankenshlp. years suid he hud Influenced every nttacks will observe that tholr appe- auction with 313,756.79 barrels for tho number increased gradually, in Its ciTect nnd certain Jn results. If II. A. I. tite falls thorn Just beforo an attack. Last fiscal year 68.8 per cent of Council L H. Bishop, Kocy. jnan in the neighborhood. tho month, tho value of which wus won't bo lone; beforo vriti is, thoy do not really cravo food $795,976.14, or nearly ono-haThat ROOKPORT completely displace calomel in evorj Edltorlnl. of, tho men placed wero Americans, home., Children can tako It freely an? but oat because it Is meal time. If the value of tho total production of , From July to Novomber 1921, tho Robert I'. Green, Judge. With perfect eafetv. Ew inmnnn, lllRliwiiy IIhIIiIIiik ConipleUMl In thoy will oat only a light meal and tho state. Lee W. Pherson, Marshall, Jlui-I- i number' Increased, so that now there anteed. BOcand $1 In bottles. Ww no ment, then take two of Chamber- Dc'iTiubcr. Kdd Coopor, Chairman. ships which havo 100 per cont m I Renuino without tho 'are l,lkenctS3 and slgnav 's snows and Tablets tho attack tuny bo , tura of L. K. Grijcsby, W. II. Blrckburn, Clork. Silkworm moth has been cultivut- - Amorlcan crows aboard, Dccombor with Its For ealo by r m cd tor moro than 4,000 years. Stillt Mason, Treasurer. The final goal Is to havo every ship 1 . Wirj.TA.VU.'i. HuttfiCa Mft ktry weather Is not tho best mouth of avoided. $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald 'v s 'STB Hifiws e Rt'S.! M . fen ivep J sen-foo- d, p-- ' m ' j sj -- FARM DEPARTMENT. ' DIRECTORY re. !1 f 1 ,.., Mothers use ( -- Children Cry CAST O R A 1 M- - Veraufue For the tesli-moni- al - r fhl Ml v 17,--1- 45 YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY V"u r-- Ika-vrDa- WSLWte'W ,, er FORGONE MONTH M . 30 ra o- o, Tit-Bit- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Ver-Lw- I j ax lf wln-jinln- ) f 4 X woro silly nneflnlpd bv elvlllrd nation for 'v nt tun lives oi neutrals tho two delegates inn pioiL-ciioi- i outride tho arms conference propor, and mid to tho end collateral phases of tho Shantung slt- - Hint tho prohibition of tho use of sub(Contlnu Q,l from Second Pago.) ro not without Important marines as co in lire re c dsHtroyers shall nation on tho gonornl quostlon returning tlio bo universally accepted a a part of confarciioe wont through the motion lM1,e.hl)I(1 t0 Chlnn. ARreemMll on tho law of nstlons th.-- now accept of formally ratifying and "annouc thP( wh,ch was mohed ,,- mt that prohibition os honcefjfrth' bindlng' decisions inndo known through ,)f ,Ilc rniiWBy, in nl, wore llc. ing ss lielwean, themselves, und thoy cn.09 the newspapers many day before. ,)0..(lont on n satisfactory outcomo of lnlto all other naflons to adhcro Secretary Hughes, ns chairman of tno railway questions thortto. tho conforenco, rend In tho record tho "Section C Tho use In war of asDisposal of the Itnilroml. hurrying nine Chlneso resolutions, phyxiating, poisonous or othor gases, . ... .. Tho railway will ho turned ov r to i. .....I ... mi ir uiruiiK" .i..iiijimiivihi iirunuuiugy III and all analogous liquids, materials 'n, Chinese managing director within or devices having Justly boen a monotono Ilko that of rending six months of tho signing of tho trea clerk1) In logmiitlva hodlos. In ev-r- y by tho public opinion of the caso, when lie had finished ono ty, tho last dnto for tho fulfillment civilized world and a prohibition of by Japan jat details of the transfer of the resolutions, ho announced tho having been declared In tho of tho ontlro lease-holTho treaty such use fluent of tho United States and then probably majority of the will bo completed finally at treaties to which a called In order tho mimes of tho oth-civilized powers nro parties. powers about the tabic. Each another meeting tomorrow morning "The signatory powers, to tho end 'delegation chairman responded with of tho Chlneso and Japanese dele- that this prohibition shall bo unigates. When It will bo signed Is una nod of tho head, and then nftor tho certain. versally accepted as a part of interannouncement, "unanimously adopt-ed,- " national law, binding alike tho conAlthough tho qualifications Interdet,ho chairman went on to the ntxt posed by the Italians and Japanese science and practlco of nations, page of the voluminous bundle of clare their assent to such prohibition, were sntd tonight to have resulted In resolutions before hm. agree to be bound thereby as between a virtual nbandonmnt of tho Chinese themselves and Invito all other civilizThe nine resolutions thus ndoptcd arms Importation resolution, both ' cover a wide range of subjects. delegations sought to escape blame ed nations toG adhere thereto. present treaty "Section The Briefly, they provide for with- for the hitch. The Italians Bald they drawal of foreign postofflces from merely bad requested, on Instruction shall bo ratified as Boon as possible In China on Jan. 1, 1023 maintenance from their government, tho sumo re- accordance with the constitutional of the open door policy; development servation which was a feature of the methods of the signatory powers and of tho Chlneso railways on a basis of agreement at Peking' In 1919on the shall tako effect on tho deposit of all cqultnblo troatment to nil nationali- same subject, namely, that contracts tho ratifications, which shall take ties; publication of all International already entered Into by Itnllans with at Washington. Other Powers Invited. commitments affecting China's Inter-oat- China bo regarded as binding. Upon of the United "The government delivery to China of nil radio this, Japanese said tho Italian rewithin her bor servation meant that Japan could States of America will transmit to all stations established n mni ders without her consent and consul- - .wtt llf,l L'U tIU tlir. rnatilittlnti linnnlian the signatory powers a certified copy n illC I CHUI 1IU11 uv.V,uuau Mill of the deposit tntlon among the powers regarding sl0 w ,,, ,)0 ol)llBC(1 t0 ln8st upon of the process-verbof ratifications. withdrawal of foreign troops which a similar reservation "The present treaty, In French and are In China without treaty sanction. Tho Italian delegates rejoined that in One to which China Is not a party they were qulto disposed to ask for In English, shall rcmnlh deposited the archives "of the government of the other pow now Instructions, but Arthur J. r, oxnresscs tho hope of the United States of America, and duly ers that tho Chinese armed forces will author of the resolution, sug- certified copies thereof will bo trnns-mlttE- d lie reduced. gested that as tho conference was by that government to each of drawing to an end thero was scarceChllirsi' Tariff Delayed. the signatory powers. Tho resolution for revision of the ly sufficient time to again refer the "Section 7 The government of tho It Chinese tariff was not brought for- - matter to homo governments. United States of America will further wnrd at the plenary session, but will was then tentatively agreed that the transmit to each of the be embodied In n soparata treaty to he resolution bo withdrawn and that the powers a duly certified copy of tho presented later. Work nlroady has matter which It treats will bo left present treaty and Invito Its adherof iinm nn ihu trnntv as well as tho1 for futuro consideration usualthe vn- -- ence thereto. dlploonc dealing with tho other agree-- rlous governments by the power may ad"Any on Chinese questions reached jinatlc channels. intuits here to tho present treaty by comINCORPORATED iiv iiin fnr eastern committee. Drafts !ii,iM,ii cmh Outlawed: Hiilmiailnes municating an Instrument of adher-cc-e Restricted. of tho two treaties will be considered to the government of tho United tomorrow morning by the delegations "Tho United States of America, the States of America, which will theremeeting separately, and they may bo Hrltish Empire, France. Italy and Ja- upon transmit to each of the signadiscussed later In the day by tho far pan, hereinafter referred to as the tory and adhering powers a certified eastern committee. signatory powers, desiring to make copy of each instrument of adherAnnouncement today of the terms more effective the rules adopted by ence. of settlement of the Shantung civilized nations, for tho protection "In faith whereof, the above nambringing to a close tho long of the lives or neutrals and ed plenipotentiaries have signed the filsnuto between China and Japan, Is at sea In time of war, and to present treaty. Call on Tho Republican for Fine age. She expects to be a practicing VIEWS ON WOMEN expected to hasten action on all tho I prever.i the use In war of noxious "Done at tho City of Washington, Betty entered Job Printing. physician at 20. eastern questions, be- pending far eg nml cnemicai8 have determined tb- - first day of February, one thou.. . ... !, . .. i A woman sheriff ln Iowa is slated school when six years old but finish w... nlAui cnuso u removes uu A rt ".v.-- Milnf - - tQ conciUUo a treaty to mis eiitci aim sand nine hundred and twenty two." Ini Just KSJ?i 'have appointed as their plenlpotento hang a criminal, and says she will ed both grade and high-schoments of discord. not refuse the job. No reason why six years, taking four for the former Under tho settlement Shantung l,arIe3t Bollars and Cents. women shouldn't be good execution- and two for the latter. One of hef within flvo years will become Chinese j (nero are inserted the names of ns th(J dciegatea of territory governmentally as well the signatory pow- and ers. There was Jael, and Judith, and sisters was a noted painter while still Counting It only ln dollars ; a child; a brother entered college ai t.i.ii. "" oh, several very efficient ones. cents, how much did that last cold JjeOBul"ul;""'' nnH' h,a nrtor mnnins ers. the age of 14 and another eister was . of agitation In China and Japan the "Who, having communicated their cost you? A man may not always Cleveland Leader. Representative Alice Robertson of a great violinist. Jnpaneso government definitely and full powers found In good order and stop work when he has a cold, but finally hns set a time for the fulfill- in good form, have agreed as folows-- : perhaps It would be better If ho, did. Oklahoma likes Washington so well ment of Us promise. Within full view "Section 1 Tho signatory powers It takes about ten days to get com- that sh.e is already planning her next of tho great powers, ns China dcslr- - declare that among tho rules adopted pletely rid of a cold under the usual campaign. Politics affects both sexes FOR FLETCHER'S 1 cd, Japan has agreed to restore by civilized nations for the protection treatment. That time can be much alike once it gets In the blood. Buffalo Express. Chlneso ownership tho Tslng Tao- of th(J llvcg of ncutrals and shortened by taking Chamberlain's "Black-DraueIs. in Fu Railroad, the heart of the j batant3 at 8ea ln tmo 0r. war, tho Cough Remedy and proper care of Nothing seems less Important to a FOREWARNED OP my opinion, theoest liver controversy, at the end of six months f0jowing are to be deemed an estab-nn- d yourself, ln fact, a bottle of this woman who wants her husband to do medicine on the market," HOUSE BURNING. states Mrs. R. H. White- full control after flvo or 15 years 18ne(1 part of international law. remedy In the houso Is a mighty good a little Job of work around the house one S5S: aiuc.uj rwcuia.uKia. a pain at China's option, upon payment of injection of Mcrchunt Vessels, Investment during the winter and than his regular work. Ohio State While autolng ln a nearby town, J continues: "l had m Journal. merchant vessel must bo the equivalent of 53,000,000 gold spring months. Mrs. Mary Cummings of Fostorla,gg mm marks. dered to submit to visit and search It's hard to understand why women Ohio, had a premonition that her inc and this was verv agreed that dur- - t0 detennno jts character before It China on her part l'KAISKS ORIENTAL WOMEN are trying to lower their standards by nouse was Durning. un me strengtn A disagreeable And brought Ing tho period of payment a Japan-ca- n sejzed In,- ,u be demanding e'quallty with men. un iicauatue. i waa tun- of her presentiment, .she hastened cso nntlonal should occupy tho posl- Speaklng of the educated women of dlanapolts News. A merchant vessel must not be at- stipated and knew it was back to find her home a mass of M Indigestion and inactive tlon of traffic manager of tho road, 'tacJe(j unieSB it refuses to submit to China and Japan, Miss Mary E. The bridegroom is never of as (jW; liver. I began the use of together with a Jnpaneso to fill Joint visit and search after warning, or to Wooley, president of Mt. Holyoke col- much importapce as the bride, and smoldering ruins. night and ly with a Chinese the post of chief proceed ns directed after seizure. lege, says that progressive Japanese she is of less Importance than her morning, and it sure is Chronic Constipation. .accountant. A merchant vessel must not be de- - women speak English well and from dress. snlendlu and certainly Chicago News. rP1.A.A m nnnnli. l.,1.n nmrnM 1. r. ..a n ' u iiiciQ Afi gives relief." Theso officials, however, will bo a social and educational standpoint With most men their clothes are ln movement of 1'cufit; wuir uo.ui units is the bowels without it under tho direct authority of a Chi- - gers havo beeu fjrst piaced in safety, "are as like a similar group In Am style as long as they are wearable; and could boi nose manager-directare not erica as peas from the same pod." whereas with the women their clothes produced by a cathartic. Most of (o Bolllgorent submarines : : .. them havo brought that condition discharged by him for cause 'under any circumstances exempt irom Of the educated Chlneso women. Miss are wearable only as long as they are on themselves by the use of mineral While the question of control of IIlUUlUVl. lB.il rules above stated; and Wooley says they seem more like the In style. Now Haven Register. waters and strong cnthart(:3 that take the railway has occupied the center of 8Uuranrjno cannot capture a mer same typo of Americans than any A real dlpldmat Is a man who can mesu other Eastern women she has seen. persuade his wife that she looks well too much water out of tho system and chant vessel in coniornmy wiin aggravate the disease they are meant j rules, tho existing law of nations re- Their sense of humor, quick percep- In cotton stockings. Lincoln Star. A mild laxative tonic like to relieve. MRS. NANNIE KELLEY quires It to desist from attack and tion and directness are very likeable, Tlmo has yet to decide whether Chamberlain's Tablets affords a genfrom seizure and to porinlt tho mer- she says. women have Improved politics or poltle movement of the bowels th.t you proceed unmolested. chant vessel to itics has advanced women. produced by Wnshlngton Star. hardly realize has been "Section 2 Tho signatory powers Surgeons agree that ln cases ol a medicine, and. their uses is lut so powers to uts, burns, bruises and wounds, the invite all other civilized Women will make their greatest likely to bo followed by constipaexnress their assent to the foregoing first treatment Is most important. hit and perform their greatest serml tion; d statement of established law so that When an efficient antiseptic Is vice politically, If they will go along For over seventy years JrVKflf rttCSt promptly, there Is no danger of with and a Httlo ahead of the men there may bo a clear public underJakey I took Rachel by do y-i-v jjuttiy vtjiciaoio world of the Infection nnd the wound begins to ln the general direction of ideals standing throughout tho night and we almost had a taxicle UM preparation has been standnrd of conduct by which tho heal at once. 'For uso on man or Inspiring rather than driving, en- last Y found benpfirinl hv fhnii- Wfe nubile opinion of tho world Is to pass beast, T3orozone Is tho Idonl antisep- couraging rather' than castigating, rldo home. sands of persons sufferIkey Vy? Vat happened? Judgment upon future belligerents. tic nnd healing agent, nuy It now holp'iftg rather than "regulating."' ing from effects of a torJakey Veil, I matched de drlfer signatory powers and bo ready for an emergency. 3 The 'Soctlon Buffalo Times. first vedder we should pay him dou-bl- o g pid, or liver. desiring to Insure tho enforcement of Prlco 30c, COc, nnd ?1.20. Sold by When the bride promises to obey, Indigestion, biliousness, fare or nodding. Ve von; so ve of existing law de Ohio County Drug Co. tho humnno rules in she waives her rights; but It Isn't a colic, coated tongue, diz. had to valk. New York News. o clared by them with respect to at permanent watvo. Lincoln Star. ziness, constipation, bitdeFirst Man You'ro a liar, sir. seizure nnd tacks upon ter taste, sleeplessness WOMEN OF MIDDLE AGE struction of and the ships, further Second Man. Say that again, and Woman leaves her husband because The Arlstcrat (returning to school) merchant Ills friends came Into the houso with lack of energy, pain in My ancestors enmo over with Wil any person ln tho ser- - I'll knock you down, sir. muddy feet. Somo neonle would Ilcro Is Good Advice For You! declare that power back, puffiness under the I First Man Concldor It said again, rather get a dlvorco than a doormat. liam the Conqueror. who shall violate vlco of any eyes any or all of these The new Girl That's nothing! My rules, whether or not sir. Lexington, Ky. "I linvo used Dr. any of thoso Cleveland Plain Dealer. symptoms often indicate ' Mau father canto over In tho same boat ' Consider yourself Second Pierce's Favorite Prescription and (no such person Is umlor orders of a I that there is something with Mary PIckford! Goldon Medical Diaoovory in my governmental superior, shall bo knocked down, sir. A scald burn, or ssvere cut heals fhe mailer with your family for years, and I cannot recomviolated tho laws of slowly If neglected. Tho family thnt liver- - You can't be too mend tlioni too highly. During the deemed to have Mrs. W. You don't never ntfi "Whoro Is tho pain?" asked tho keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Luil-mo- your husband, do you? period of middle lifo tlio Prescription war and shall bo llublo to punishment physician. careful about the mediand the Discovery were a wonderful as If for un act of piracy and may bo on hand Is always prepared for cine you take. Be sure a. Only when he Is beating Mrs. "Oh I don't know, doctor!" groanhelp to mo. No womnii should try brought to trial before the civil or such accidents. Price 30c, 60c and that the name, "Thedrugs. When ho' is thoroughly to do without them at that timo." military authorities of any power ed the patient. "It hurts so I can't '$l'.'20 p'er.bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- our ford's Is Mrs. Nannie Kulley, 731 Jackson St. tell where It Is!" Irritated he does a much bettor Job of ty Drug Co. m on the package. At all 'Wjik Vnnr lipnllli is mnst Imnortant to within the Jurisdiction of which ho It. Boston Globe. "Just so," sad tho doctor, proceedm" r." '" ". i m , druggists. " tuuu. jou. ii s easily niiproveu. n you ; suffer from heat flnshea, dizziness, or shall Not Violate International Law. ing to fill a small vial from a larger FOURTH 1'KODIOY IN FAMILY ADAMLES.S LOAN ASSOCIATION . . . AM1 Itlftlt one. "It's a wise acre who knows eiimninitia .- Ami nf ie o ...,.,.., v"........ tfi ' Accept Only ....j ui m.u "Section 4 Tlio signatory powers Articles of incorporation for the where ho aches." Although but 12 years of age, Bet- Betsy Ross Building and Loan As the Genuine. ty Jano Hamilton, n descendant of Al- soclatlon of Newark, N. J., havo been Prescription of Dr. Pierce's, In tablet of using submarines ns commerco de-1.73 liquid form. Send 10 cents to gtroyors without violating, as they 71 exander Hamilton, is working her Ik til Ctrl V lha QtnA It n til """ nmmloelnti - "' "" -- "" """" u FOR FLETCHER'S way through Westminister college by ers, In this association every official (8 the requirements uulver- tutoring students almost twice her Is a woman. Jor free, coufldcutial medical udvico. 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Mclntotr has the following roport for tho Egg Lay-l:- B Demonstrations, for tho month of Jnnunry 1322. fills report Is based upon the records of the 29 womon who nro keeping dally egg recordH of tho number of oggi produced by tlyslr hens. Group 1 (under 5 Ohcns) - 1st. Mrs. Celeste White, owner, JInrtford; breed, Whlto Rooks; Avr. No. hens 21.2; Avr. No. cgg9 14. 7. 2nd. Mrs. M. H. Barnard, owner; Hartford, Route 3; breed, Whlto Wyandotte; Avr. No. hens 30; Avr. No. eggs, 7.83. 3rd. Mrs. P. D.. Tweddill, owner; Hartford, Routo 4; breed, Whlto Leg horns, Avr. No. hcn3 41; Avr. No. eggs 7.22. Group 2 (50 to 199 hens) 1st. Mrs. Ola Wilson, owner; Ola-toRoute 1; breed U. I. Reds; Avr. No. hens 50; Avr. No. eggs 1G.6. 2nd. Mrs. J. S. Hughes, owner; Olaton Route 1; breed, Whlto Rocks; Avr. No. hens GO; Avr. No. eggs 15.83. 3rd. Mrs. A. C. Stevens, owner; rrentlss; breed, Barred Rocks; Avr. No. hens 80; Avr. No. eggs 10.38. The report for tho highest four breeds Is as follows: Avr. No. of Position breed eggs per hen. White Rocks 8.33 1st. 8.18 2nd Rhode Island Reds 7.S7 AVhite Wyandottes 3rd 4 th G.78 Darred Rocks SULPHUR SPRINGS The protracted meeting held at this place by Revs. Lahdrum, Wilcox and Hicks, accomplished a great deal of good and v.e trul) hope that it will last. If the summer crop of tobacco av erages up with the winter crop, the good year 1922 will long be remembered on account of the long tobacco crop and short feed crop. C. L. Hover is building a new tobacco barn on his farm, preparing to TaiEo a big crop of tho weed unless he gets cut so much that he lets the other kind of weeds take it. Mr. Sam Wallace, one of our oldest and best lespected citizens, died laEt Saturday and was buried at the Sand Rock Hill cemetery, Sunday, after funeral services conducted by Rev. Wilcox. A certain Strollop calling himself I. D. Claire, who used to write Beads Oddly Strung that were instructive and entertaining but lately they are neither, In fact they remind me of my old Quart Bottle that was very interesting befora Volsteadlsm came In vogue but now it is very very dry. He tries to appear funny by calling people names and making silly comparisons but In on? instant at least. he bit off more than he could chew and got the worst of It and then it was that a certain othey Bald Beaned Fighter of tho aforesaid Volsteadlsm, calling himself Fluke McFluke, or soniethlng-a-notho- r, decided to take sides with I. D. and help him out, and I. D. needed the help all right, but it always did make me mad to sec two jump on one so I decided to land on the two of them with both feet and Bat Nail said he would help If I needed him but I told him I didn't and as Bill Arp would say I "ruminated" ov r the matter a whllo and concluded that they had learned a few things that real smart people have known tf Jens time .one of which is that in any kind of controversy or contest that requires real brains to put over. It always takes two or more Republicans to hold their own with one Democrat, so I decided they were doing tho bebt they could In doubling up and so I concluded to let it go at that so now darn yo both, tell all of that Bear Story or shut up about it. 0:&1 igx wM? T rf i , IY c;7$& 11 I X it u ' la m - v4 mm 1 f?Jr? muck rnces fe January -- Effective 22-Four-- 34 22-Four-- 35 1st, 1922 $ Two Passenger Roadster, Five Passenger Touring, 22-Six-- 44 895 935 Three Passenger Roadster, 1 3 6 5S 22-Four-- 36 22-Fonr-- 37 22-Six-- 22-Six-- 22-Six-- 48 1295 22Six-4Five Passenger Touring, 1395 Five Passenger Sedan . . 1395 Seven Passenger Touring, 1585 Three Passenger Coupe, 1885 Four Passenger Coupe . . 2075 Three Passenger Coupe, 5 49 46 47 I i ' 4 r fl 22-Six-- Five Passenger Sedan 22-Six-S- .. O 1 Seven Passenger Sedan, flj 2165 2375 All I'ricca F. O. D. Flint, Mich. BUICK MOTOR COMPANY, FLINT, MICHIGAN Division of General Motor Corporation Pioneer Builders of ' Valve-In-He- Motor Cars Everyuhere Branchet In all Principal Cities-Dea- ler 1 ACTON BROS., - HARTFORD, KY. tl HIM Dealer .,t. r IKwMlHI Vhen better automobiles are built, Buick will build them x.-, & 11 Mrs. W. R. Wydick, of Moorman, is the guest of her parents here. Mrs. Henderson Murphreo of came ,up the first of tho COURT 1IOUSI0 CHIT CHAT week to visit her mother, Mis. Rowan Holbrook, who was quiet ill nt that Monday was rule duy with the Cirtime, but is now much improved. cuit Clerk and many wore the rules (pleadings) filed In this office. This CICRALVO Is one instance when tho Clerk real ly acts as Judge, oxcept thero is no Mrs. C. P. Morris visited her sis- one present as opposing Attorney to ter, Mrs. Dora 13iant, of Island, from object to the filing of pleadings. Thursday until Sunday. Missus Ada Houso and Elizabeth Only three suits have been filed In Hblsley, of Rockport, wero guests of Circuit Court during the week, two Misses Cora and Ora Everley, Sunday. equity and ono ordinary. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jones are visiting in EvunsCIllo. The Sheriff and his deputies are Littlo Miss Ircno Robortson has re- busy upprohondlug criminals (propturned to her homo at Pond Run.af- - erly speaking alleged criminals) and tor spending soveiul days with her executing subpoenas oii witnesses for aunt, Mrs. P. II. Wood. Chcult Court. So fur no moonshinMUiea Ora and Coru Everley wero ers liuvo been corralled this week, guests of friends in neithor havo thoro been any tut week-en- d bagged, since Judge Bob Mr. Verge Mori is, of Luzorno, has Green cooped three at Rockpoit. ught, and moved to tho Bob Morris 1 m. Monduy was tho regular term of The Stork visited tho homo of Mr. both County and Quarterly Court. nil Mrs. Ben Harris Sunday night Tho County Court docket vmis first nud loft a wee baby girl. called and settlements of fiduciaries Morris, of wero either confirmed and ordered Mr. mid Mrs. Ellis Rockport, spent last week with Mr, to rocon! or continued for exceptions, Morris' patents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. depending on whether they had laid Morris. over for a month or wore Just recent o, boot-leggors 1 v ML VlBBBBaiBMUUKKaB'HHBKaBk' mammmmmBlmmammmmmlmmamtlmm -- 1 imTTTrisT"vr''j-H'BfMVB'"- Vu,r. jr m - 11M .Mk-- r - ' !'- w - ly filed. Few cases of criminal ture wero set for trial. na- setting tho case, for the next day, A novel question arose In Quarter- ding, presides with dignity. He does would have been proven uro: n not appear, as ono might imagine, us, August 1921 Otis Beasley, an a beardless boy. employee of tho Broadway Coal Mining Company went to the store of "If j'ofU don't at first succeed, try, the Company and wanted to buy a try again," was exemplified In Quar- pair of shoes It was tho rule of the terly Court Wednesday, Anthony Company, with which Beasley was fa Chiun had been accused of breach of miliar, not to sell any goods to emthe peace, npd in the forenoon was ployees on crodlt. Beasley had a nl, resulting la tho jury hanging. clerk in the store show him a palr-o- t To Anthony's great surprise und cha- shoes, which after examination, he grin, no doubt, on tho convening of selected, put them on and went to Court In the afternoon, the caso was tho book-keepto get the money again called for trial, without giving with which to pay for the shoes. him a breathing spell. Some of An- Beasley was alroady behind with the thony's witnesses, thinking the case Company, and the book-keeprefuswas over, left for their homos und ed to let him havo the money. Where long drawnout argument ensued, as upon Beasley walked out of the store to whether or not Anthony should be with tho shoes. Clerks discovered again put upon trial the samo da tils departure, overhauled him, with his witnesses absent. Judge brought him back to tho storo and Wedding finally struck a balance b rled to Juduce him to surrender tho .some-tlm&Mer er Former County Attorney, A. D. ly Court Wednesday when the case Kirk, was appointed as County Judge of the Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. pro tern In the Barnard Ditch case by Otis Beasley was called for trial. The Judge Wedding, the hitter declining concrote question was whether or not to preside In this case on account of the facts that were to be given In relationship. Judge Kirk, whllo nut evidence amounted to proof of tho so Imposing in statue as Judge Wedofetlt larceny, Tho facts that be shoes, which 1iq declined to do, and left the storo declaring that he needed the shoes. Tho question was so novel 'and Impressed your scribe so much that ho hied himself to the ever accommodating lawyer's office for The lawyer readily information. turned to page 597 of Robinson's Kentucky Criminal Law and pointed to tho following: "Where property Is sold and delivered on condition of lm- -' Inedlate payment, and the purchaser, Instead of paying, carries tho proper ty away without the owner's consent, intending to appropriate it to his own use, ho is guilty of laiceny." I wa3 informed by my lawyer frlond that Robinson's Criminal Law Is consider ed standard authority In Kontucky. Mrs. Sidney Williams d and little' daughter, Mildred Elizabeth, spent with Mrs. Williams' last week-enparonts, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. HaU. at Luzerne. They wero accompanied home by little Miss Carrie Lee Slsk, who will spend a few days with thorn. WASHINGTON Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown and children, and Mrs. Delta Bratcher and Groy, near" Taffy, which was given In honor of Mr. Holland Grey, of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shown. Mr. Walter Allen of this vicinity, spent from Friday until Sunday at the homo of his slater, Mrs. Therein Balrd, of Taffy, who Is very 111. Mrs. Delia TInsloy. and son Bradley, of Alexandria, wore guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Nowcomb, Saturday night and Sunday Miss Edyth TInsley. who Is attending school In Hartford, spent Saturday and Sunduy with hor narontH Mr. and Mrs. O. R. TInsloy, of this placo. Mr. Tracy Nowcomb Is ill nf hu writing. o ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICK All persons having claims ugalnst the estato of Ida Shrove, decoasod, are hereby notified to present samo to me, properly proven, on or boforo March 10, 1922, or they will be forever barred. And thoso knowing themselves to be Indebted to said estato will please call and setti .,.. at once. This Feb. 1st, 1922. 32t3 u. S. CARSON, Adm'r! son-in-la- w children attended the birthday dinner at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.