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Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. hartford; ohio county, Kentucky, Friday, February NUMBER 34 twenty-fou- r grand and thirty-si- x petit MONDAY'S SPEAKING resided all her .life In the community, 50 MILLION RuAD BOND Jurors, and nro composed of well CIRCUIT COURT TO In which she died. In early child known men throughout the County. HITS NEW OBSTACLES hood sho united with tho Christian HILL PASSES HOUSE LARGELY ATTENDED . BEGIN MARCH GTH Church at Select, of which sho reThore Is being Issued In Quarterly mained a devoted member throughCourt summonses against a largo life. number of people, requiring them to Agent Tells House Commit- outMrs. Smith Is survived by her hus- If Senate Concurs Issue Up Marketing Re- answer and show causo why they 68 Cases On Set Docket; band, and four children, Karl Smith tee No Alterations To People Next ceives Big Boost By should not be punished for failure Petit And Grand Juand Airs. Olga Hanncy of Simmons to procure license for dogs owned by . Considered. November." Able Speech. and Mrs. Bessie Martin and Mrs. Gol-dries Summoned. thorn. It Is reported that less than Lcnch, of Select, In addition to ono half of those shown by tho Assessor's sister and two brothers: Mrs. Joo Frankfort, Ky., Fob. 15. Ono of Quite a large crowd gathered In returns as owning dogs, havo proWashington, Fob. 13. Efforts of Miller, Cromwell, J. S. James, Select, cured license. The Ohio Circuit Court will contho most nssldirdttsly-wage- d legisla- Hartford Mondny to attend tho spe'ak-ingHomo TVIIIitnry Committeemen to and Lafo James fof San Antonio, Tex. vene hero In regular session, tive battles In the history of the Genexact n pledge for the manufacture the courthouse In tho Interest Burfal of the remains took place Mondar March 8, t of fertilizers during the 100-yecases upon. Ufa 'at the Smith Burying grounds on the eral Assembly of Kentucky ended at of the proposed marketing associa- Board of ' , .. Examiners have cnmnlntp,! tha aat -" ""v ,.!,.. dairying me court up-of tho proposed contract by Henry day following, after funeral services. 5:13 o'clock this afternoon when the tion for Western Kentucky. Tho tho grading ; "'"Jii of papers of applicants to tho eighth day of House of Representatives, by a vote Court hall was well filled by a repre Ford, for tho purchase nmf loans of I tho' terra Offer Common School graduation cor- -, the cases on the ndvanco of G3 to 34, chose to submit the the government's properties nt Mus- - REVIVAL AT NOCREKIC; docket sentative gathering from various' tlflcates, resulting In ono hundred ar& criminal and thirty civil" good roads bonds issue bill porta of the County. In fact the lo Shoals failed today. LADY DOING I'KEACIIIXG W. 11. ...... o..v uiiui.tiii.B uuiiib uwurueu actions. to tho will of tho people nt tho meeting by far, surpassed the expec Mn)o, appearing before tho commit- certificates with sixty-flv- o failing to Tho docket as made-u- n Is n fni too as tho personnl representative of election. For two full days tations of those In charge, coming as A series of revival meetings Is In attain the required grade. rt li 0 r u tta Mr Kurd, declared that tho Detroit progress at Nocreek, Wesley Chapel tho House wrestled with tho ques- It did In the forenoon when It Is usuCliil Actions. manufacturer was not willing to, Church, In chargo of tho pastor, Rev. tion, with sentiment seeming to sway ally difficult to get many to attend. Tho Assessor Is diligently at work 2nd Day. modify his offer In any of Its pcovl- - Granvlllo Jaggers with tho preach- - first to one sido and then to the oth- The speaker for tho occasidn, Mr. on his records preparatory to action Brenard Mfg. Co. vs. Ohio County-Dru.stons unless It was to clarify lan'iugo Ing being done by Miss Alpha. or- - Tll count, 63 to 34, would hull Virgil Chapman of Paris, Ky., al- by the State Tax Commission and tho Co.; American only and not altor the plan. Cochran, D. D., Kansas State Confer- cato an easy victory for the bill, bitt though a young, man, handled tho County Board of Supervisors. Assn. vs. E. Mitchell &c; Samo vs. Committeemen also failed In their ence Evangelist, nsslsted by Miss F. the bill had anything but a comforta subject of marketing In Ollle Huff &c; Same vs. J. G. With'- -, a splondk' manner, making the work- nttfmpt during examination of MnJ. D. Hendricks of Cincinnati, Ohio. ble victory. Deputy Court Clork, Leon 'Bishop, era &c; Same vs. To gain tho goal "the bill was com- Ing3of tho association as plain- - as John C. Seaton;' J. II Burns, chief of tho ammunition It Is said that tho discourses. being Is again on duty after nn absence Samo vs. H. H. Westorfleld; Same y t A nj a wm A 4 TT dIMsion of tho army's ordnance do- -' delivered by Miss Cochran are tho pelled to run the gauntlet of amend- Oil flOffrl:, .11 ' , "".from the office for a few days on ac W. D. Kirk; , u Same vs. I. II. Coppago; pirtment, to adjust dlffereucos of clearest and most convincing evor ment after amendment and to shake cuunijll l.K' u IU UU UUriVUO IJOUUUIB n off motion after motion to Impede, explaining In detail vevery phase of count of sickness. Ho and his chief Same VS. XV. A. Wol.afnr. t op'nion between ordnnnco officers heard in that section and a vast havo noted tho filing of nine Equity ter vs. If. L. Tucker; Louisville' Gro-- " and those In tho Judge ndvocutn gen- - amount of good Is resulting from her postpone and kill. Four motions thoMiuesjtlon. and two Ordinary suits since our last eery Co. vs. Ensley Haymer Mr. (jhapman is an exceedingly &c; Lon. ornls department wJUi regard to the. offorts. Tho services wore begun aimed at tho life of the measure were riport- Boiler vs. P. S. Coleman &c; Natlon- Warrior powor plant. Majoi Burns 'last Sunday and will probably con- - made today and four moves for "a- forceful speaker, versatile, thorough( djournment were offerad bofore tho ly familiar with his subject !al Un,on rire Ins- - Co- - V3- - c'cero Insist d turnout an oxtonded interro-BalloUntie ten days or two woeks. and rogerx; T. W. Wallace vs. American possesses the attainment of pleasant main issue was decided. that tho government was obRa,lwy Express Co., Charla Luns- Harry Mayers, oil. Covington, au-- ( dollry. Upon a given subject and ligated to sell that property to tho LOSS $7,000,00 U. S. HOLDS LIEN ON ioru vs. ueorge Kirkwood &c; J. L. o thor of the bill and Democratic nedds of tho linnr It has nnt innn Alabama Powor Company or romove vs- - Harold Holbrobk. GERMAN PROPERTY .rc.entatlvo of Kenton County, dex- - ounrpleaBure to hear a better speech Amounts Bui rowed Of It from their grounds. Su Day. terously guided teh measure around In a long, long time. Much good Is He declared It could not h$ sold A erased 5200. Walter Campbell vs. C. P. Turner r to Mr Ford as a part of the Musclo' Hiuding To Enforce Itiynu'nt On pitfalls and traps and led Its plunge bound" tp result from tho meet'ng .,. MM,MMl,mM( MJir 11S11IILS i,c thru tho wnlls of opposition that re- - held herb Monday morning. Chicago, Feb. 14. Investigation &c: J- - W- - Foster &c- - vs. H. E. MI1-- of Shonls project Unless the government .. peateoiy were thrown .into its path. violated a contract with tho company. tho operations of Bayniond J. Usa6 &c; M- - M- - Smith &c. vs. Joyco fore Releasing. ' c-L- - S. AValker &c. : vs. Frank Strange, of Warren County, MBS. SALLIE MILLS. Previously officers of the Judge Bischoff, promoter, to- - WatkIns Loonard Randall; W. E. Hicks, Admr. John Brown of Shelby County, and ; doy revealed that moro than ?7,- ui.rlc;n general's department Wash'nglon, Feb. 13. had i Mrs. same Mills, ago 71 years, 000.000 had been "borrowed" from vs- - ioyal Protection Ins. Co.; Louan- said tho contract was iiiilms .ic:nliit Ge;iniy .viiiuiiiln;; .ucien urury, oi union uounty, with all the zeal ever shown 'widow of Lloyd Mills, deceased, died poor persons, mostly of foreign ex- - na Rowaa &c. vs. Beaver Dam Coal to 400 OdO.1'00, upciusii nt l.iss iif (worked "ble at wa from German "y opponents or any measure to de- - at her home near Beda, last Thursday traction, during the last two years by Co,; enther Hardware Co. vs. J. M. Statomcnts by Major Burns that life and Hovcr &c; SI Elder vs. E. L. Ben-ri- ch the Warrior plant was not essential submarlno attacks will be protected 'eat the road bond bill. They fought at 9:00 a. m of illness Incident to three men who held out the'lure of nett; nDert Burden vs. Farmers Mu- to tho last dollar before the United vigorously, astutely and relentlessly old age. She had been a. devoted returns. to tho Ford plan weru countered The'amount of "borrowings" rang- - tual Tele- - Co-elater by Mr. Mayo who declared tho States will agreo to return property and they did not quit fighting with christian since early childhood, hav4tl1 D'iy from a few dollars up to one ..power developed there was needed seized from German subjects during the. passage of the bill. After that ing professed and united with 'the B- - L- - Calvert vs. L. & N. R. R. Co.; endeavored to prevent Mr. Baptist church at the age of thirteen. "loan" of $8,000. The average was - they and Mr. Ford would detnand a clear tho war, It was learned authoritativeJ. W. Decker vs. John Decker &c.; tjgflfc. . J Meyers from amending the title of She Is survived by two title to that unit as specified In his ly today. Ad- - the measure after Its acceptance. Of the $7,000,000 total Bischoff Same vs. Willie MInton &c; Lewollen This der'ilon, reached by tho and Alfred Mills, with whom she re offer. This situation was regarded vs- - Broadway Coal' Mlnlnir by several committee members as In ministration, will be embodied In Ino. The Issue when first broached was sided, ono daughter, Mrs. James was declared to have obtained ap- - Prancls s, proximately $4,500,000, while Leslie Co; Robert Francis vs. Broadwar urged on Con- - not considered ono of politics, but Greer, of Whltesvllle, three terposing a difficult obstruction to bo Islatlon soon to bo Mrs. Warren Mills, Owensboro, Harrlncton and H. P. West, whnm i oal Mining 1,0. Tho several Democrats sought to make It overcomo beforo they could return gross by President Harding. a party Issue and one of the final Criminal Actions. Mrs. Alice Hoagland, Springfield, 111., Bischoff accused of imitating his the Ford plan to tho Houso for dis- President and his Cabinet are anxious Congress enact a law without de- - pealswas that Democrats should put and Mrs. A. W. Mills, Hartford; three pnethods of buslness.were said to 4th Duy. position whllo others declared they Commonwealth of Kentucky vs. L. Thos. Cain.Whltesvillc, have obtained the remainder. could see no solution unless tho con- lay to govern the disposition of tho party first and vote for the bill's holdings In the custody feat. Altho, without apparent polltl-o- f Alfred Cain, Owensboro and William Warrants charging Bischoff and L- - Denton; Jackson Allen; John. tract with tho company was violated cal significance, It Is noteworthy that Cain, of Missouri. er two of his aids with obtaining money. Culberson; Wyman Patterson; Property Custodian. the Allen Whllo the committee worked on representatives who false pretenses were Isued yes- - way Beck &c; Same; Same; Same;: Funeral services were conducted Tho problem Is now tho basis of o the thirty-fou- r offer, Secretary Weeks the Ford between Secretary of voted against submission of tho bond by Rev. R. T. Harper, Friday after- terday and the police are searching Same; John Johnson; Estll White; continued study of tho other offers discussions are noon at 2:00 o'clock, after which the( for Harrington, who was declared to Samo. General Issue to the people, thirty-thre- e on Muscle Shoals. Ho noti- State Hughes, Attorney he has Cth Day. fied Frcdorlck Engstrum of Wilming- Daugherty and Col. Thomas W. Mil- - Democrats, Representative Park, of remains were deposited In the Alex- have left the city. West was taken M. B. Faught &c; Charlie Peters Madison County, being the only Re- - andria burying rounds. today in a raid on the offices of the ton, N. C, that ho would give him lor, Allen Property Custodian. Western Land Operators' Company Joe Mathews; Everett Kitchens; HerPresldent Harding has been In- - publican who cast a negative ballot, n hearing Wednesday after which he Bischoff said that he frequently man Park; Same; Anthony Chinn; COURT HOUSE CHIT CHAT would submit his offer to Congress. formed by his advisers on the ques- called his creditors together and told Same; C- - V. Wedding. The secretary has, stated that tho tlon that provisions of the peace re- - COUXTY ASSESSMENT 7th Day. Engstrum proposal as amended ap Buiuuuus give suuicium. uuiuunzu-- , BOOSTED SI 350 OOO County Court has been In almost them what he expected to make. He Ira Daugherty; Sam Cook; J. W. declared he lost $2,000,000 In "wild" peared "io uo ueuer man as origi- lion tor tnis uovernmeni io noui continuous session since the first Wilson; Paul Baize &c; Clifford. oil deals In the South. tho seized property until provision nally submitted. Local Authorities have received Monday In Fobruary, and has hjrd of Bischoff remarked that if there Is Rogers &c; Lem Coomes. Mr. Mayo told tho committee Mr. has been made for tho satisfaction ji'veral cases thus far this , veek. notlco from the State Tax Commis any guilt he alone Is guilty and he '8th Day. Ford Intended to manufacture fer- all claims against Germany: sion of a tentative increase upon the Thn Snlnn nhlnn rnnil ran? rlnlmrt'1 Floyd Mldklff ; Alfred Wlieeler &c; finds It neces- County's property Thb Administration tilizers in their finished forms and attent.on of the court Monday 'a,one ahouUl bear the gullt totaling the sum tre BIschoft's method of operating, It Leonard Staples &c; Everett Underwould not produce "exclusively their sary however, to work out some of $1,350,000. The Increase, in the tlTnoon, the court having given system that will make that plan ef- - lYlflln la give promissory bill &c; Beaver Dam Coal Co.; nitrate Ingredients." Ho also declarlntnria m tnornl vtntira Wiy to the speaking of Mr. Chapman, was declared, was to liTinri " . notes In return for cash with prom- - Samo; Render Coal Co.; Rockport ed that not moro than 8 per cent pro- fectlve nosslbly a system that will anu. ramernl leases. wltn ?iuo.oo up- - v hr addrened a good crowd on Ihe Coal Co.; Samo; Broadway Coal ol lroul A lo 10 fit would bo Imposed and that it was aid In restoring trade relations on on town lots and tangible personal plan of marketing farm lbeu Mr Ford's Intention to deliver tho n larger scale between the United property. Tho proposed Increase Is products in the forenoon. The C. R. I cent Per month' Harrington was Mining Co.; Holt Bros. Mining Co. Tho petit Jury list as drawn for States and the Central Powers. completed product direct to the apportioned as follows: Lands, min- Lee road case claimed the attention said to have raised upward of $1.money for, whom summons has been Is3ued 000,000 by borrowing It Is understood that ono of the Jrr. nroventlnc their nurchaso bv nucli of tho Court Tuesday. The Barnard eral rights and mineral leases which he gave as security stock in to appear on Tuesday, the second day des which might buy them and pos- recommendations which, may bo made Jown lots $50,000 and tangi- ditch cass- was heard by special Judge the United States Nocacullte Com- of ttio term, Is as follows: sibly fix tho prices beforo they reach- to Congress will provide that the vast ble personality $50,000. Kirk Wednesday. A largo array of pany. C. T. Maddox, J. F. Smith, C. nmount of capital now oa deposit ed tho farmer's hands. Tho dato fixed by the notlco for a witnesses wore In attendance on each Bird Arnold, Robt. L. Questions by several committee- In tho United States Treasury bo used hearing West Is alleged to havo offered an before tho State Tux Com- of these hearings. men developed that It was Mr. 'o". to Improvo economic relations with mission is February Investment which would return $100 Vance, W. H. Renfrow, J. L. Mnssle, 4 lo20, but rf Intention to use all tho power devel- Europe by some plan that wilt pro cal authorities havo requestedthethat Constable, John Mitchell, of Dun In six months. He is alleged to havo James Keown, Ed Elslqr, J.W. Cheok, tect, rather than endanger, American J. W, Neighbors; A. B, oped by tho water projects and other W. F. taken In another date be given for appearance dee, brought Ernest Hurt Into the August moro than $1,000,000 since Howard, Elvis Render; Grant; Coots, plants for his own purposes at Muscle claims. J. K. thru his operations Jn the of witness to testify in opposition to Sheriff's office Thursday- - morning m Shoals. It was not tho intention, JS. O. Keown. J. A. Furgerson, W. A. Immediately after the arrival of tha Western Land Operators Company. tho raise. REVIVAL SERVICES . Mr Mayo stated, to establish Hlmes, J, F. Cooper. Ltithor Chi- -.&, Wp.t linunri TinftSfinirpr trnln liautnn selling company to compota with comli night T0 COMMENCE OIL ,man; v. & Martin, ii. A IW-ird-iarrested him at his home tho MARRY AT COURTHOUSE The Hnrtford Baptist' Church will mercial companies. WELL IMMEDIATELY .Dudley Westerfiold, J. R. beforo, on a warrant charging him Milhurn. of tho power created, It was begin a series of revival services, on A part W. S. Likens, Dorrls Martin, William Mr. Frank Taylor of Prentiss and with assaulting his wife. This was explained, would bo consumed In the Monday evening March Cth, 1922, Scott, Hlckey & Company unldaded Fleener; F. M. Baize; T. H Chlnn life of "automobllo parfs from raw at 7:00 p. in. with Rev. C. O. Daves, Miss Kotlo 5). Moseloy of Route 2, Constable Mitchell's maiden effort In nn oil well drilling outfit at the local j. s. Cecil, George M. Shropshire w! tho arresting business and he tells materials." This statement by tho pastor of the Baptist Church at Boa- -' Beavor Dam, camo to Hartford Wed- R. R. Station yesterday and same is p. Hoagland, Isaac Cooper, Georgo nesday, procured a marriage permit an Interesting story of tho transac to bo moved to and put in operation witness revealed for tho first tlino vor Dam, assisting. Baltzell. Jcssio Bennett, Alex Bcl'l. In this series mail's depravity and a"d were Jolnod In wedlock In tho tion. that it was the intention to oporato on the farm of James Patton, former- The list from which the grand JuAlabama, plants In connection sinfulness, his lost and condemned County Clerk's office by Judge R. R. tho ly known ns the Frank Sullenger ry is t0 be made-up- , to bo summoned On the second hearing of tho case The contracting parties with Mr, Ford's automobllo business condition will bo forcefully present-.Weddin- g. farm, adjacent to tho Carter well No. for Mondav. tho first dnv nf the ,'m . ... ...VI v.u.v are highly respected In their conv against Anthony Chlnn last week as implying tho ed. Genuine .repentance, saving and was construed Is as follows: tho Jury found him guilty. But productlon of light metals possibly of faith, salvation by graco and tho munltles It Is authoritatively stated that J. W. Paxton, Earl Haycraft, R. s. Anthony Is not satisfied with their aluminum which would enter into tho mighty keeping power of God will b other rlggs are to bo shipped In at Jackson, C. C. Raymor, Chester Tlch- verdict, so It Is ropprted, and will construction of automobiles at Do- -. presented as they are set forth on ARRESTED ON ASSAULT ones and put in operation at other enor, Jodie R. Duvall. T. A. Evans l carry his case to a higher Court, if ono of wnlcl ,a to bo used on James Browning. Wlllio AND BATTERY OILIIIQE' .dioij I'utsu ui wio iiuiy woru. iron. Johnson..!. eivn nnw ,r,i i ih n ... IMlO VnvMl cfiln fP w.u tmo In t Tho church which Christ set up.for ThexFord offer was scheduled for ... oiud u. ji. if in hid T iioover, j. w. Foster. E. J. Tli- Court. It tnnlf nlinnt tun liniiro tn i tomorrow by tho Sen which ho died and which he promised consideration ford. w. F. Hudson. A. L. Marti... n. arnest C. Hurt of Olaton was ar- hear tho case on tho first trial, but Washington country. to keep In the world till his return, rested and lirnn tr hf tn ate Agriculture Committee. l Tiieso peopio nave teased quite a B. Shown, TIco Baker, T. II. Black, voo v.u iiiu ntvuiiu iiui.iiuuii u wiiuiu uay will bo duly magnified. It's ordl- - toninv. hv nnnni,i ..,. ..mvucu was consumed. Thus demonstrating lot of acreage and developments are W. C. Bullock. Estll Arnold, R. A. ....... .,.u .. nances which were delivered to.lt n th?, charge of SARAH .1. SMITH assault and battery that more dollverato action in court, to be proceeded with at a rapid rate. Nantz, T. C. Plrtlo. J. S. Huff. "Carl will bo duly honored. M. Taylor, Sam W. Edge. wherofn his wlfo wn fh sometimes produces differ All ili nlftjrA4l,n.4jatl. ... ,,..u MRS. ELMORE DEAD Mrs. Sarah J., wife of Squire Win-so- n u wuu uuiu, .11 ...L nnt. Tn0 d0fen(lant executed bond ent from superficial orresults hurried moro Mrs. Albert Elmoro of whoso illSmith departed this Ufo Saturday ovo lost souls n I who want to know fqr nppearanco on examining "Tho Mlcrouo of Lovo" staged at trial action. ness wo mado mention a short time the college hall Tuesday night afternoon of last week at their home, tho truth and all who nro lost and which was .! fnr n of ir ogo, died yesterday In the Owensboro this week under auspices .14n.tniit In Qalopt nftni onf t nvliifr 111 long to be saved nro cordially arfd h,8 troubles added to by service of of the Tho Circuit Clerk has certified to City Hospital. Her remains were Parent-TeachTiealth during tho past several years. ntreated to attend all of per8 upon nlm , d,vorce Association, was well tho list of these services. She was near sixty years of age. '.. the Sheriff ,..w nnitiln grand nnd petit conveyed to Beaver Dam and burial attended and much enjoyed by, all. i, ,,i ,., nu, UUIUIU ... got tnrnra .... . -- . nrnMMu .........vu vj uia US ...w.H fnr vuiiiiuf, iuuibu term Ui will tnko nlnrn In Runnvaliln Pumo. Tho net proceeds RUSSELL WALKER, Paslor. Mrs. Smith was a daughter of the amounted to' $35.00 out of town. Circuit Court. Tho lists consist of tery this nteruoon. r for tho Association. v Co-operati- ve lo $50,-000,0- I er 1 g r 1 1 A t n CiarlUri aA.Ii ren-!th- Iiull-.hlim- ls , nt-vert- ' sons,-$Iarsh- a)l half-sister- np-th- at J half-brothe- Con-und- ! I .. " - f ,it -- ,Plnts' .,.... ir nii w ITm-lfin- ,. t,, .,. I ,miln. wi, isu,i ,., fncd er ta V , c V I limt tiniLj nlillL UNION PARLEY John Oleiart. who served In tin ca- ' pnclty of I or fifth and giso her third I foro ii 1 hail obtained i dlvorco from CONGRESS' ECONOMY PROVEN BY MONDELL r husband. Taste is a matter of Limit Of Ky- "I wns happy when I mnrrlcd tho Figures Show Prc-Wi- ir tobacco quality Wnr-Cospfiuliturc "first time, back in 1874,' she said. Wc KJtc it as our ltoncst Itcln Itcnchrtl. "I was 15 years old then, hut I lived belief that the tobccoJ ulcd 35 Rail Bodies Accept Invi-Jntio- n with my first husband nltnost in Chesterfield arc of finer Althirty yars. Thon I married again, Washington. Fob. 11 That tho To "Defensive 'quality (and hence of better and four months lator my second pros:nt Republican Congress has liance" Meeting. tie)nhan in any other husband. was accidentally drowned. I brought tho expenditures dt tho govcigarette at the price. X had him, too." was happy whllo ernment, outside of those arising out Usgett O Mjtri Tobacco Co. It was nt this point In Mrs. Dlc- - of tho wnr, to within a quarter of a Indlanapnlis, Feb. 11 Acceptance sorl.g ifo tnat j0hn DIcsert entered. billion dollars of what tluy wero Siy tho railroad union chiefs of an In- - After living with him a short time tho conflict began, Is stated by vltatlon for n meeting with officers sno wag divorced. Later she married Representative Frank W. Mondell, of the United Mlno Workers of Am - jagajn nn(j wa9 divorced once more, majority leader of the II01131, in an erica to discuss n proposed alliance of sho thon marled j0hn for tho sec- - intervlow. Ho says: 3,000,000 workers to fight against ond tlnie. Tney separated, a few "The Republicans first secured an 'fiA any ivago reductlong, was announc- months later, nnd after seven years opportunity to begin to check extraved horo loday by President John L. sho married Grimm. agance of tho Wilson administration X.cwls, of tho miners' union, who sit when President Wilson was compellthe meeting for February 21 at ChiA scald hum, or severe cut heals ed to call tho Republican CGtli Concago. slowly if neglected. The family that gress In extraordinary session May Tho meeting will follow closely on keeps a bottlo.of Dallard's Snow Lini- 19, 1910, for tho purpose of passing -- ?he hnEls of the minors' special con- ment on hand is always prepared for tho seven great supply bills which the exvention hero next week, which is Price 30c, 60c and Democratic House of the former Consuch accidents. pected to declare against taking any $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- gress had passed, but which had failcut in wages when present agreements ty Drug Co. m ed In the Democratic Senate. In 40 with operators expire on March 31 days we passed tho bills tho Demo4 and possibly asking for an Increase. KILL BOBCAT AND cratic Congrss had fntlcd to pass In ' air. Lewis' announcement of the six WOLF WITH ILVNDS tho session of approximately Chicago meeting to discuss tho promonths, nnd In doing so saved posed "defensive alliance" said that below what the bills carried While climbing a mountain trail 15 ol tho 16 major rail unions, InIn the Shcohan and Arthur Conner of when they were considered Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended clining all the big brotherhoods, had John former Congressr Ludlow, Vt encountered a bobcat answered accepting tho Invitation for "The next session of that Republi which disputed the right of way with the meeting. Tho one.not answering them. As the animal sprang at them can Congress in making Its appropria the Invitation was not named, but was Sheehan managed to grab it by the tions reduced tho estimates of the apparently regarueu among tneiesr 'wiicnn administration In the sum of u raii organizations, but Mr. total saving in two sessions of ,8.414.000.000. "n unUl i .PProTe n Id , spss on there was a savlnc neapous, Arinur lienor ........a large in thp nPit Kiueu on,i ii of more than ,909.000.000 below he timber wolf within the city limits. 'estimates, or a total saving during these problems c5n be achieved with- 1m"? I Okla. r or- -i . When the animal attacked him he -, IT SURE IS GREAT iiiiiuuiiiiii() .i....0 caught it by the hind legs and crash tho Wilson administration by reason out trained administrative personnel red lo tho Chicago gathering as "the of tho serving as county, district and stato control of the Republican TO FEEL SO FINE an iron railing Found wiping his auto with nn AmInitial meeting," Indicating that sev- ed Its head against Congress of ?3,323.000.600. highway officials, and erican flag, a man In Tampa, Fla., eral gatherings were possible before a "It was this saving that made pos- "Whereas the Improvement or tho I'hllmlclpliljf Man After Suffering wn9 Questioned by the American Le final decision Is reached. A formal sible the reduction of Federal taxes In rUral educational facilities of the gion anu pronounced "simply ignorSewn Years Has Health statement by Mr. Lewis however, FOR FLETCHER'S the sum of approximately $900,000,- - state Is dependent largely upon tho ant," nnd given Instruction In how by Tunlac. was his "firm conviction that said It 1 000 a year through the tax bill which avenues of communication between to treat tho colors. Hearing of tho .. n .1 .1nnl InU" tho Chicago meeting will be fruitful Thrt tmmPTl- KAnnnih linimn Incident, the man's employer present- ol results." "Thoro's no doubt about this Tan- - pit (he T.ni?lnn u'ltli i largo flag dous economies effected can he c'nr- "Thereforo be It resolved ......... r. .... ly unaerstooa wuon one compares ine, "That It Is the sense or this con- - ,nc Keopmg me on mo jod, lor 1 was Tnm,,a( vla Dollurs and Cents. rerence that tho study or highway figures or cxpenuuures. " '" anu reauy 10 lurow up tho Pat Mahoney went to a funeral and "The fiscal year 1918, all of which economics, h.'shway transport, hlgh - .sponge nnd quit when I started tak- complete. French village, with a Counting It only in dollars and was very depressed. I wish lWag n the war period, our total e- - war engineering and safety educa - 'ing It." said Krnost F. Himsworth,(..Hote, d(J Villo.. accomodating 1,000 much did that last cold know wlifirp OI was goln' to die," he ctnls, how pondltiire was approximately $21.- - ton should be given special cmpha - 2718 South Eighth St. Philadelphia, w .. . bo plnutcrt nt Medicine Park, cost you? A man may not always f I. "Why?" asked the 50o,000,000. The fiscal year or 1919, si3 i the educational system or the I'a. .. 1. - u.t. . V.nn n AftLI lltlf Okla., ns a recreation center for tho 1': ,'.,,., . 'mend - h'Mb Oi'd never go near,over hnU ot whch Was attcr the Statc, and - I "I had been going down hill stea- - Amoj'Can Legion. Touts will build purnujis 11 uuiu ucl4 the pace signing or tho armistice, but with the "That recognizing tho lnterrela - 'dily for nbout seven years, and It cottngca where members may spend ly It laKes auout ten uays 10 get Democrats in full control, the expen- - ton between eHlclent rural cduca - 'seemed to mo I was losing vitality tner Vacation. Lawton, Okla. rid of a cold under the usual Ex- - tion'and Improved highways, tho edu- - every day. I was bothered a lot with i Jlother always kept little Tommy dltures were 134,750,000,000. treatment. That time can be much ac- . ... un to tho scratch in the matter or pe"ndltures In the riscal year 1920 cators, press, and public oHiclals or f Indigestion and got to whero I n ii ,.i.. John J. Pnyno, released two years ,23,100,000.000. Kentucky should bend every energy! tually dreaded to eat. My nerves nco from n Rrman nrlsnn. Is helnir , T?nraP1iv nnd nronor care of grace berore meals, and she made no were approximately expenditures in tho riscal year toward the proper upbuilding or thto unaiiy uecamo an unsirung anu my ,ooked for .... tho Amcrlc..n Lc0,, In ract, a bottle or this diHerence when she took hlmto tea j Total ap- hands trembled iiko a man nrith the , state highway system, and motucr, nt Nowburg, N. Y.. hn remedy In the house is a mighty good! with her ono arternoon at a restau- - 1921. when for the first time the . rant. She said to Tommy after the . proprlations wero in tne nanas oi ino "That these resolutions ho dlstri- - paisy. I was restless at night and chrlatmns. 1920. Rfi.n hI investment during the winter nnd ,, $5,- - iuted to tho press of the State." slept so llttlo that when I got up In i m waitress naa served the tea: "Now, Republicans, was approximately spring months Total expenditures for. The resolution was signed yby n the morning I wasn't tit for work. say grace, please Tommy." 00,000,000. Holding alort a tin can labelled "But, mamma," objected her sev- - the present riscal year, which will committee composed or H. Greeri Gar - ' "Tanlac was Just what I needed, p Er.soidfors " .i mnn rained 19- 1021 ROAD PROJECTS y k Htreotg Tho Am. chairman or tho State highway and I feel rin now. I am eating 000 , .. little son, "we're paying end June 30, are estimated at JCXOUGH TO GIRDLE EARTH 900,000,000, and the total expenui- - commission, C. Frank Dunn, secre- - anything I want and sleeping like a cr,can Lcg,on ,enrned thQt ex.goluleri, Tor this, aren't we?"-TlmLos Angeles iture tor the coming riscal year, when tary or the Lexington Board or Com- - log. I spring out or bed In tho got about $co of man got a "Eleven thousand nine hundred and ror the first time we shall be free merce; and Edward Wlest, D. V. Tcr- - morning orinifui oi energy anu reauy Ja sentcnco. New York City, . roads fkirtv miles or Federal-ai- d ' from the overhang obligation of the reu ana w. E. Freeman, all of the lur num. its diiuaj btcav iu ic. . jwerc constructed under the Joint sulike I do now. My llttlo war period, our expenditures will be University or Kentucky. '" For Tho Children. pervision ot the Federal Government i i.n.. vi ciiii iiiiii iiiiii boy was weak and sickly so I gave and tho States during 1321, accoroing , t! "When we take Into consideration to reports or tho Bureau or public fra fcV dbWI.lU.M V UU.V.d M mm laniac, nnu u iram mm up rigm To0 much carc cannot bo exorcised .. X0 In tYin otnmnftTi ftf Tintvnla fo ft me imcic&i n mc ui me xaci. imai II I.ak.& un ,1in ...nW.I disagreeable symptom or a torpid away. It certainly is good for chil- - , selcctne a C0U6h medlclno for chilDepart. r-- t . 7 Roads or the United States V . n. ment or Agriculture. Federal money """'I liter. To get rid of it quickly take dren Just like It is lOfor grown folks. jdren It shou,d bQ plenBant t0 tako t.aeui. 1 ? payments on account ot disalbed laiK lumau l",Pnntf.ln nn linrmfnl rtrnir ml mnl ft. was allot amounting to $94,057,089 iHerbino. It is a mar'elous liver mane ll a point. Ti. By JONATHAN BRACE dlers compensation, hospltallzaion, stimulant and bowel purlfor. Prlco my friends and many of them have fectual In curing their coughs and to these roads, tho total cost or ted t and rehabilitation altogether will tried it, and it has invariably helped colds, Long oxperlcnco has shown XLVII. ARIZONA In this) which was $231,963,082. ' amount to about $2,000,000,000, one,(Company. STO that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy m them." mileage thero is included S.595 miles j I HI Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. meets theso conditions. cart.realizo how tremendously our ex- -. It Is a fa1b projects wnoiiy compieieu anu iub L. B. Bean nnd by all leading drug- vorite with many mothers. Arizona 1s penses are scaieu auwu in uriiiB"B STATE BOUNDARY m jcqnivalent or 3,335 miles or work gists everywhere. Advertisement. both the the expenditures, other than those DISPUTE SETTLED done on projects which are not whoyoungest and j; arising out of th war, to $1,500,000,-probabl- y ma Clark,- - tho amateur Every State shared In artist (to lly completed. the I'qoo as compared with $1,250,000,000 AMERICAN LEGION Wlfey) Have you seen anything or The boundary dispute between the benerits or this work. oiuesc oi 'ir t before the war." NEW,S OF INTEREST that now tubo or white paint I Georgia and South Carolina has been states. While ! Tho projects under way during tho brought home and put on tho clock it Is the last of the states to be I settled by the U. S. Supreme Court, year amounted to 31,228 miles, which Chronic Constipation. District schools In Moffat County, shelf a couplo or weeks ngo? or all tho road admitted to the Union nnd ns ! which has ruled that where thero are Van about one-haViott There are people who never have a no Islands In tho Savannah river tho fr1ft linrl flttntrtml t r nlnan such dates Its existence only h Wlfey Gracious! Was It paint? I work carried on In the United States ror a per , od or weeks, due to thought that wastooth-past- o movement ot the bowels without it is from 1910, Its history before the and I've midway between tho 'doors daring the year. A fair Idea, ot mo At nnA ! ftf lino shall be ft nn tkniHrt fnet iwn advent of white men dates buck T liiuuuicu iv a. uiwuHtiv,, ,1 lliauiiiuicilt .iwo. ui luiiua. a lie 4iuui iuuu been using It to clean my teoth. Ugh! !.., or the road work done un-- ( UUU IIHU DIULC3 Ut UU1U1U1 ilUM OlUfiO, ,. xnannltnde Into the dim past. Here were Legion succeeded In raising $91G to .,, them have brought that condition DepArtment that where thero arc dtr tho supervision of themay be gain-- 1 located those Interesting people, them going, taking tho stand on themselves by tho use ot mineral j Mr. Whltetle Won't you give mo i shall be midway between tho ot Agriculture last year the Cliff Dwellers, and the ruins f .. . that "a shortening of the school term a kiss, my llttlo man? . .. t. the to- - j i. of their cities high up in inac- - J waters and strong.cathartt.-- that take ed when It is understood that or athletics would I, T mat. t.fitlnm lin nkftillM too much water out ot tho Bjitem and ttt.tn.t uvuim.. Chattanooga river' wero or a curtailment uuuia iiiuiiib uaatiiuiij tal mileage is considerably more than I cesslble places have caused much aggravate the disease thy are meant be a backward step, depriving chil- mamma's chair You do It-- , Mother. Qeo ThQ boundary earth, that'lt Is f speculation as to these ancient PTinnsh to encirclo tho , . .. .. ' dren or rightful advantages." Craig, to relieve. A mild laxative tonic like vtiual to more than 10 per cent of all j people. It Is supposed that these Chamberlain's Tablets. affords, , gon-- , Cliff Dwellers were the nnces years. Cola previously exist . . has raged for more than 100 the Improved roads ., tors of the Pueblo Indians and . lit; mmuiuuiu ui mo uuncia in- - i .u ., n tivii ii j ui U'i'un vi UUU utultJ uvuic ,fc inn in tho United States, and that it i men In Calcutta, Ind., wero dftrtdedly more advanced has been prfeiuctd by hardly realize of the sites wore injected Into it. iSfUSrK is equal to nearly 8 per cent In civilization than their neighhave applied to the American Legion a mcd'clne, and their uses ii nit so iifffSf?irentuo road system of France. At this j bors. They were probably of Indianapolis, Ind. a charter. followed by constipalikely to bo for wyzg--Y tho v Periodic Dillons Attacks. rate wo would bo ablo to build the same race as the Aztecs of m tion, Persons subject to periodic bilious Mexico and understood Irrigaequivalent of Franco's entire road Now Gathered at the call of radical tion, agriculture nnd trie buildattacks will observe that their appe York system In 12 years. labor leaders, COO unemployed GOOD ROADS BY MEANS ing urts. tite falls them just beforo an attack attack on OF EDUCATION IS AIM food,men throatenert a tear-ga- s It was rumors of the grent dQ fi Surgeons ngreo that in cases or rally cravo nc tan. The Amori- Pueblos that instigated the lirst cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the If ,F,fth M;onuo ' ut cat because It is meal time. ll.-- Mpre can condemned as a "tool Lexington. Ky., Feb visit of tho white men. Padre wm o first treatment Is most Important. and ' . NIzau In 1539 explored this terpres- of capitalism." and ,. than 300 county road officials from) nW nf .. ... WW. When an erilclont antiseptic Is apWW "" ritory and ho wus followed by Kentucky togothor with road connt,weAr told "3r 8Iiouia have kept plied promptly, thero is no danger of Iain's Tablets the attack may bo r Coronado In search of the mythmi V mitia tn ufAfift inn tirwr- tractors nud other persons Interested avoided. infection nnd tho wound begins to m ical wealth of t!.e Indian cities. ornment to give them Jobs." Now In road building and upkeep, who once. For uso on man or hool at Coronado, though failing to find City. recently attended the regional conthe reputed gold, did discover of 73, York beast, Borozono Is tho Ideal antlsop- An Irnsclblo bridegroom ference on highway economics nnd marrying his third wife,- - went. Into tho Grund Canon of tho Colo-indhealing agent. Buy it now "tlc and Brooding ov6r war horrors con Your correspondents jmle ransport hold nt tho University of the vestry to sign the register. After with Its wonderful scenic nnd bo ready for an omorgoncy. lKentucky, adopted resolutions before. beauty, which bus become one of you by the stationery-yot- , frultlt8SP attompt8 t0 inako a Unues to wreck tho minds ot 30c, 00c, and $1.20. Sold by Prlco lors. The American Legion nt Tam- tho great nshets of the state. t tho adjournment or their meeting ad- -' mark Qn tho ra use. Why not have ,1Q turned tQ tll0 Ohio County Drug Co. This region wus considered pa, Fla., reports twolvo cases of ex- vocattng that tho study or highway. . k flnd BaU ..TuU ,g fto fiecond goo J? It costs very little 0f l service men pronounced "Incurably jmrt of Spanish territory and .., transport, highway engineering, high- - L111I f.1 . .. . 1VKDRKD SIX TIMES, more than the poor, You'll IIIO HUB. illllU Ull V 1MUJ6U when Mexico declared Its Indeinsane" slnco ThanksglvingTam- way economic and safety education tr,ck WOMAN CALLS HALT Next Ume j 8hn br(nB find good stationery here. pendence It became u Mexican pa, Ma. bo given special attention lu the edu- -' own pen. province. After tho Icxlcun cational system ot tho state and that war the section north of th Qllu '. Milwaukee, Wis., Fob 11. Mrs. a Good standing In tho American Leriver-waeducators, tho press nnd public ofAugusta Dlosort Grimm, su times "My wife has lost tho power of ceded to the United You'll find everything here gion will bo tho only security requirficials of Kentucky bend overy ener- speoch." States ami tho southern portion man led nnd five times a "widow," that you'd look for in a was ucqiilred through tho Gads-digy toward the upbuilding ot tho state "Well, Just see that she doesn't re- ed to float a loan from tho Legion's lias taken a pledgo never to "proruiso drug store, Patent MediIn 1853. In 1S(KJ Purchase rotating fund for disabled and needy highway system. ceive any sudden fright." lo obey and love" again. Arizona wua hepurated from cines? Yes, a full line. men. Indianapolis, Ind. Grimm murresolution follows: Tho "Would that make her disability "Noer again!" Mrs. Now Mexico and made a terriConic here for Dr. Mile3' "Whoreastho solution ot tho prob- permanent?" mured as ebo walked from Jndgo A. tory. Remedies. Literature "on tho wing" is the- Our stock 3 lems of highway engineering, high"No; it might rostoro her voice." C. Backus' conitroom rollowlnr her Tho derivation of tho name la.test conveuionco provided American way transport and highway economcomplete. jtcuulttnl on n chargo or bigamy. Arizona is uncertain, but It pos,,.. ... urn i ..! ics aro deemed vital to tho proper desibly cuiuo from the Spanish, -"Six times la sufficient." Uhl bounty Drug t.O.- rles" are being loaned to posts or the1 inclining "dry belt." velopment of tho Commonwealth. of Mrs. Grimm had been chargod by FOR FLETCHER'S (Incorporated) Legion by tho Oklahoma State L1 - ! ( by McClur. Nowiptper Syndicate.) Kentucky, and, ficr Blxih and latest husband Pet.r brary commission. Oklahoma City,1 "Whereas no adequate solution ot Hartford, Ky. with having married him bo- CrJinm, Ls bo-fo- re j "J y& $939,-000,0- Chesterfield CIGARETTES of Sl5; STIkTS S 11m; ..-- VTlZ VKn, l Oliilclren Cry CA3TO R A SIDE-STEPPINt I ?H W bmhmm V. i........ --- "::"": ,.'.;;,, I cum-plctc- .. i.-- r-v- ... I I es. ... ... ..i utho .....,..-.-...- -., nThP SH"OfV uur states K nf !.... .'.- iii ..i ' o U I , .i ,.,., f .,.ij'keep I . ! ,.. ,, e- -- 3 .ffisa?MBfe , I .. W ,,,. ic,i.-ja.M7-ji.,.in:aWM- Correct Stationery o 1, ',.... ex-so- .,,... ,.l s A real drug store m Children Ory lhe OASTORIA V XQ J 1 FESS FOR AMRNnMF.NT. that ho PROTECT PRESIDENCY!"":"1 was not In mental or physical I.0 . was BLIII the llCDIUtllWl I In a recently published volume of fnnd no ono could act for him. Tho t Would Recurrence Or Total situation at tho time was so delicate hn enter In Birthday Talk Dcclnron memoirs, Prince Ludwlg tells how, on Inability In Times Of Itoonctelt Wan Greatest the day ol the emperor's abdication, that for explanation of tho torms, J, N'ntlciinl Need. Sinn He Knr.v. he and a friend Walked Into tho royal might sny,vthcro was no public dispalace at Vienna, to find It ns open , cussion of his disability. as n public building. In their pro- " 'Inability' Is the term used In the i "West Orange, N. J., Feb. 11. Washington, Feb. 11 In order to Drnvont tho rrnrrnnrn nt Ihn ltnltn.l Constitution which refers to tho A. Edison, Inventor and elec gress to the royal apartments cot a Spates being without a responsible' ter to bo established by proof, andjtrIcai wizard, has Just fifteen years servant was encountered. They found head of tho government becauso of 'disability' is tho term used in tho, mor0 ot service for humanity In hlra. unanes anu ;iia stanuing ai me leie- prolonged Incapacity of tho President, same paragraph to refer to tho mat-- j Tna Wns perhaps the most lm- - Phone, evidently greatly perturbed. "l "" speaking to Budapest," said Itepresentatlvo Simeon D. Fcss, of ter when once It Is established by ' portant etatcment he made In his an- She Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beat HT 1. ol...... I .ltl, rkt.ln cnuirman 01 mo National lie- - lirnnf tlnfriro hla ilnflth ntlll. (llirlntr nuai interview wun nwimi)ui mnn j thO Cmperor tO PrinCO Llldwlg. "I am In. her for nver w . W. 30 venrs. hna lmrnft hn rlirnn-n- w. s& -- iu ma uwi w w uuwu& mui ww j vjiuu, V.w www w. i"uu JkrH 1.1.. wa.s. nAn O..! tlllA 1.J.A. the Hungarian publican Congressional on tno occasion of his seventy asked to renounce Committee,, the weeks of susptnso, there was throne." Later In the telephone con...... ....... sonal supervision since its infancy. w. f nCVAD U wUIIDillUlIUUtlt UlUUIIUlllwUl. ".owi".w.. lliwi Ulimuu. AWtvm nn nnft in AprrtvA vnn In ih)e disability to porform tho. duties of I smilingly facing a little army of versation, he was urged to abdicate lie says: g and, after asking the advlco of a few " are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " his office; but as soon as the end reporters and news and movie "Tho forco of tho Constitution Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health t tho question of vacancies In came general discussion of the subject' gmphers who waylaid him on his way friends, did so, by wire. Crowns wore crashing with dlscon Among from his homo to his laboratory, ho ' was taken up In tho House. Iniants and Children Experience against Experiment- tlio Executive Offlco Is as follows: In caso of the removal of the Presl-- J the number wero five of tho greatest 'answered volley after volley of ques- - certlng regularity during tho&i stirtlons on every subject the reporters ring days, but nowhere with less for Castorin is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoricv mality than in Hungary. Some lead slgnatlon, or innblllty to discharge Sanator Trumbull, of Illinois who dis could think of Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains-neith- er question v win hflVA BAvnmi mnro er of tho people simply called Charles it of- - cussed tho constitutional the powers and duties of the said Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its-ngup and told him ho was through. The flpn., Jim iminn shall devolve on tho from tho standpoint of a legislator birthdays," said ono of the reporters is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it bate telephone had done another good and constitutional lawyer. as they wero leaving. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency. o-day's work. "I shall havo fifteen more," said "That has occurred In our history Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss aEising: Tt first iircn rr rwl In tho Catarrh Cannot Be Cured flim llmni Mr. Edison simply. He did not elabor therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids LOCAL. APPLICATIONS, as they ate on the process by which ho arriv EAKIA' ASSYRIANS HAI limn nf lyier, then Fillmore then of With the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sl&is-T- hc ctnnot reach tha fCat of the disease.I.AAV STRICT MARRIAGE InJohnson, then of Arthur, and lastly Catarrh Is a local disease, cryatly and ed at this conclusion. . Cblldrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. fluenced ty con.lltutlonal conditions, A moment before he had answered of Roosevelt. 1 nm mentioning the ,n ordcr ;0 rllre u you must take an . rela. Marriage .. Derlln, Feb. 11 .M...I.. Hall's lillCliltll wno succoeucu 10 oi- - 1. 1.-- )g .nlin mtemailjr Catarrh Medl- - a question as to whether ho Intended c,ne ana acts inru tions among the early Assyrians were tlio Instead of the Presidents who the blood on tho mucous surfaces of was to retire, with "never." fice , ,, . . , subject to a strict code of laws, it Is Hall's Catarrh Mcdlclno. . Ambitious - system. TIiIiiUy Ford ;, .. men. mere is uu uibijulo by one of tho hest pnysicians jBears the Signature of , nn at now learned from a valuable docu- wno wnrkinir be- - f"ogS'oferyofyb0e"AonVc.fKnorn; ai,.i cept whether the . .. ..- - - SPtpntlftCbuyI present Mr. KUison ne uaui .... - ninnt mmlA nn.naotli1o- in thfl Pros- - rnmblned ".". .uC saiu lth noma of the best pmn!t Actlnc President or tho 'eral "red hot Irons ln tho fire" but world In a German translation of them dSf. fnfSl1..Mcfn,0a ident . It was decided President In- -, me Asia-thoIs h.t produce, . wch wonderful that he wasn't ready to talk about cuneiform text prcserveu inEthnogra- stcau Of Acting President. In catVrhaTcondltTons j tic division of the Berlin as none was completed. . further n"-- , "Tho Constitution rrops.. Toledo, O, placed Theadore phlcal Museum. " --aThe Inventor I Ail Drucrist. t?c vldes: The early Assyrian lawmakers had of Hall's Tamlly Pills for constipation. Roosevelt at the head of a list . of clay And the Concress may by law pro-- i r great men he had met altho he "said this cods Inscribed on a set excava-onc.-' vide for tho case ot removal. ea'''T4I7AT TH tablets, unearthed during the he had met the former President but resignation or inability both of the. j tlons of tho German Asiatic Society declar Boug n Kind You Have TO REPEAT IN 1923 "I liked Teddy," ho said warmly, in Mesopotamia. ' By comparing this President and VOWK CITY. officer shall then act as lng what THE CENTAUR COMPANY, picked Sarah Bernhardt as "the find wlth.other prehistoric documents He mtmm&2ZM:M President, and Huch officer shall act Louisville, Ky. Feb. 13. The Nat- greatest woman," declaring she was-l- he dato of these tablets has been accordingly until the disability be re- ional Health Exposition which was tablished around 111)0 B. P., which of pepper." full reign ot moved or a President shall be elected. given here from February 2 to 9, In- He thought his friend Henry Ford would coincide with the will note by n plain worumg .inniiiA it111 lick vonnritarl nnrf VPnr "You I. rf "O lfwwwM wlUBIVw, make, a poor President, as that of the Constitution tnat u covers oniy and every effort win bo ma(e t0 havo was "not In his line," but declared The rights and duties of married the cases where both Presldont and thJ gtnte as a wnoje take an even vote twice for Ford , It women and the punishments Imposed ho would are Incapacitated, and t ln th0 cspositlon than was were an election for tho posl- - for the Infringements of these laws authority to tho Congress to tho caso in tho one Jtict ended. Dr. A thereof "director of manufacturers." form the chief content of the book gives tion relations fill tho vacancy. We had tho law of T. McCormack, State Health He said he would give Ford his ot laws, and as the marital regard- cover this situation and which declared here today. 1792 to support if the automobile manu- - of a nation have always been full nrovldcd that If the President and The Health Exposition Just ended, facturer obtained Muscle snoais ed as a rename oaromeier uj. us S. ...no wtlflt m both died or a vacancy "ur, iucijuriiin; .nlJ I.I. buiu, o ....v from the government. ture, tne discovery inros . ....- A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. occurred because of removal or other- - .iayor nuston Qulnn of Louisville go Into csting light upon early Assyrian so "I do not think he should wise, the President pro tempore of temed lt( .tne greatest thing that ft " he added. "He Is too ambitious clal conditions. ... r. ...... .t.l nut no Trnclrlpnt . If . ever happened at Louisville,' but next and wants to help the farmer. ine oenuiu wumu - nuvu MnM iiiui .... -he should die or be removed or re- - year we want. iu ........ una lUn ...111 ha Blgn, then tne bpeancr ui uio nuUac (ho greatest tnjng that ever happened Rhmili! take the office. This stood as to K niucky. We uelelve wo maue the law until 188,6, but was never ccod our promise that a year would Thpn. lit 1886 that was be added to the life of everyone who Largest Morning Circulation . imnrml ,..w.m. Mr. Edison as miny is prouu ul B.a, uu.. a,C" subject for observation, according to IS changed, omitting the President pro- - attcnd;tJ tne exposition, and la the ueuer .... L'.fin.n n.B.i ..i. . ... of Any Kentucky Newspaper ... wv Tumnnro oi inu ouiiiiwu, tecond annual exposition wo want to hut he declared In favor of continuing Judge Samuel HTrude. Constltu-In- g Callery was befdre the Miss Delta There is no provision In the do as much for the people of Kentuc- naval preparations "experimentally.". charge of disorderly eon- the members of tho Cabinet, suc- ky as has been don? for the people ot shou,d experiment with the judge on a "We Secretacessively, beginning with the Louisville. .."hflair-Sth- at didn't swear," she testified; "I ry of State. But this does not apply We have two things In particular didn t is prestige and reputation. disability of tho that we wan to put across to mako IVer Enjoys a nation-wid- e in the case of tho hut so that tol, 1 Miss J.nto Brennan I make use of them, his duties. the second exposition In 1923 mean to perform President essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving There Is no provision In the Constlu-tlo- n more to the State as a whole. In the matter first consideration. giving power to Congress to pro-vl- first place we aro going to make an If the In- especial for filling the offlco effort tlfget moro Interests bj Maintains its ow.n news bureaus at Washington and hair," retorted the defendant. ability of tho President to perform out In Kentucky to have exhibits prvpuicu game Is up. the ;. that . I u- Is to tne psycnouaiui , . "Send her Frankfort". Member of the Associated Press. his duties should occur. Neither ,,! wn here. Then we want more of the peop-l- a development "of the boratory," ordered the judge. there, as I se& It, any authority anyof tho State to attend the exposi- greatest With important legislation coming before Congress where to define the disability. There tion. That will naturally follow nnH voar. with the amplifier, demon- ,,- -, n,,,IT is no provision ln tho Constitution If there are numerous State exhibits, -- . ..i . knrinl nf Americas un-- 1 and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The" Courier-JoFOOT AFTER 20 VEAS that I see for either defining disabili- and wo hope to help to bring it known soldier at Arlington National urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. ty or providing for It when djfmed about by persuading tho railroads to Cemetery as a close second Jollet, 111., Feb. 11. Twenty-on- e When President give even more advantageous rates. and established. congratulations from) Receipt of nianck. wlfo of ' ., Garfield was lying nt tho P'jlnt of "In 1922 roughly 100,000 per- his family, reading a sheaf of tele-near nere( step.l H It was death for months, although sons, mainly Louisvillians, attended grams of felicitation from Fresmeni By special arrangements wo aro now able to offer needle. ghe got only a known his condition incapacitated tho exposition; In 1923 we want Harding. Sir Thomas Llpton, -- naries veA on a q Qut Q hef nee, of tho na- more than 100,000 LouIsvllllansTbut him to function as the head THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L M. Schwab and many others on the a fragment . .lsint tion, under the law as It stands he we also want and Intend to have sev- passing or his seveniy-un- u flf.l. uiibdi- rtrtn . skin ot some bright metal under the AND was tho President. I think it 1s eral .thousands of people fromout nnii the interview with newspaper. of her left knee. generally conceded, and this can bo in the State." men about ended tho day's celebra THE REPUBLICAN It was the rest of the needle. " said with no discredit to his greatness n: tlon for Mr. Edison r ,, . WOMEN IN NEW EHA; he Both ono year, by mail, for only $5.7S. "Itastus," said tho judge sternly. As thei newspaper men left, MUST imOI WOKD "OBEY" plunged into his laboratory to work ..youtre" pajn and shiftless This offer applies to renewals as well as now subscriptions, bni on his "rea-no- i irou.. and for this fight I'm going to send Rhlcaco. Feb. 11 The only foun w. for a year at hard labor." only to people living ln Kentucky, Tonnessoe or Indiana. Now dation of a successful marriage Is a "Please Jedge," Interrupted Mrs. may, If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals rfn WHY BE SICK? partnership founded on love and Rastus from the rear of tho court date from expiration of present, ones. spirituality and the elimination ot Irnnm "win vn' Honnah les' kinder1 tho word "obey" in all marriage cere Thousands of peoplo havo found' ? If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tit Don't send him monies. STONES SPECIFIC tho medicine-the- away from home, out let uai nam Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. ot Prof. Such Is the a'ssertlon needed fdr Rheumatism, Stomr labor stand " Send or bring your orders to tho office of Oeorgo E. O'Dcll, of the ethical cul nch. Liver, Kidneys, Chills, Colds, La Rua.-dow-n ture movement In America. Grippe, Constipation, Weak and igmmmmmmmmmmmmmmammmmaammmmmmmmmmmiammafsm He believes that tho old idea of Systems. A Blood Purifier absolute obedlenc3 to the husband's and System Builder, made of herbs authority will not hold ln present- - and iron. To introduce Stones' SpeFor Infants and Children day civilization, slne women have cific wo will give a full size S1.00 Years - In Use For Over come Into n new era oox irew. With your order for onea nirtnorohln nnlv where the WO-- .. Wn mnko 2 Always bears crnniri AIJS"MIKAD0". Pencil No. 174 the .medicines and wo want you to know Signature of you well, own can be sonallty ot her stones specific will keep PBim after a hard day's work afiy.-r-- i ful." Professor O'Dell said. "Freedom .nmi ,,hecv 0r money order for $1.00. a good dinner and your marriage, as well as Your money back If not satisfied NEW NATIONAL MONUMENT ot democracy ln Made- in fire t-- -For Sale at your Dealer PROCLAIMED nV PRESIDENT favorite smoke We have iu, other world problems, must prevail This offer will expire March ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND "all the leading brands of no longer recognized 1922. So order this big Dargaln to"Coercion Is EAGLE MIKADO of President By a proclamation ln the marriage state. It Is only day. Samples free. cigars and cigarettes-Th- e Harding, signed January 24, a C93-acCO. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK obey Is eliminated when the word D. W. STONE SIEDICINE man who likes to load tract in the Nevada National Marlon, Ky. from the marriage vows and taken his old "Jimmy Pipe" is up Marlon, Forest was set aside as tho Lehman we will find happiness literally that References Marlon Dank, sure to get what he wants Caves National Monument. For 25 3t among the masses and a minimum ln iKy. years these caves have been known 190C, authorizes the President, in his fqrmatlon on the eastern slouo c lbs if he comes iiere for it. divorce," locally and for some time Individuals discretion, to declare by public pro- mountain. They contain stalactite, CHARLES GAVE UP HIS "We're as careful to have the I .... .. w. .........rnncil antn control of clamatlon to ba national monuments and stalagmites, columns and tn THRONE BY TELEPHONE hv. i..n right kind of tobacco as we arc of rare beauty that hava them, but the action of the Chief Exe- - historic landmarks, historic and 11AUHED FROM DANCES the right drugs and to sell you the people ot the localltr to ape-- V historic structures, and other objects retains them salfely for all the Everybody who has read the blsAlbany. Feb. 11. Girls wearing medicines. of historic or scientific .Interest that to tho various parts ot the camsr 6bc "knickers" have been barred from I.tory.. of . the . World War knows that, people and prevents tho destruction that -- . .l- es nf of tho many objects ot sclenle and are situated upon the lands owned or fanciful names as Tho Pearly GSbbi. If you l.ll. dances at Albany's most exclusive so in tne nanas 01 me -- uiuoLiberty Column, Tho Pnrac&Ui, have real merit, this is the tho telephone played an, scientific value. The area remains a 'controlled by th - Government. The ctal organization, the Auranla Club. . .. .... ...1 ...n Washington's Column, Palacct -- T tfcs. co"me for them. place to This fact was gently but firmly im- indirect part In toppling moro than part of tne nanonni loresi, uu. in. csiauiiBnineni ui u hiuuuiuoih any objects of Gods, Angol'n Wlna and NIaHRsrst We carry Dr. Miles Rempressed on a ypung woman who ap- ono monarch from his throne. It has monument can be used for no pur vents the removal of except under the authority: Falls. preservaInterest They have been peared In tho dance ball attired In roraalned for Prince Ludwlg Windls poses that interfere with Us edies. reTnrr. Residents of the near-b- y chgratz, Intimate friend of Emperor tion as a national monument. It is the of tho Secretary ot Agriculture. making good for more than tho "KnicKers. -esblasted out an entrance and eleventh national monument to bo The Lehman caves aro 6 miles west , Is said that so many of the Charles and Empress Zlta, whose It 40 years. --a to reclaim their tablished in a national forest and tho ot Raker, White Pino County, Nev.. stairways. Tho aovornment attempt 'yunK men wanted to unnce wnn me -- recently caused a brief flurry first one in Nevada. at tlio base of Mount Wheeler and at make - such Improvements: as. COUNTY DRUG CO.'gin jn "knickers" that some married ... throne OHIO -... xWu.,. iu, vu.. The act providing for the prcaer nn elevation of 7,-teet. rnoy are oMurjim-Bwomen comnlalncd to tho cluu s ID t. rji .... iu veil t.A... tUa tnlmilinnn Incorporated u" mo .v.vr... played a direct part Jn tho oxlt ot the, vatlon of suou areas, that ot Juqe 8,'ja a ueht gray and white limestone who wish to visit tho president. CIlllLICBB "JL?1.0."6 HIT 'JTA pniqnN impeior from tho stage upon which TO W"fRK bcon prncUc,nB through h,S ' 15 MORE HE S AYS " 7K ! I L'.r I Children Cry for Fletcher' mat-:njom- I r. no'ty i.i..l.. 1 w 1 . tffiji-- photo-touchin- Just-as-go- od What is CASTORIA i,a e Vice-Preside- e- -1 ts ... ,. 3ENUSNE Vice-Preside- nt ,w 0cr CASTOR1 A ALWAYS .... .- f,' Six i'-c0.- &4Z&XJ64ci &&& a 3D Always N-- W &. pvpoqiTinN k Use For Over The Years lll , Tlg-wou- ld ar Ot-!ce- r, Which Daily Paper? Vice-Preside- nt .- The Courier Journal no'aT' f w?S ""I It 1 nevs do -- -- Xtrc.l h; ,. r a. -- I , ' you-awa- y ' J CASTORI A 30 'M&fa, Solid Com.or. c,... " j -- iin - ro les pro-cutl- want-medicin- . ... ... ... -i ...... iu t .ti 00 a. . -- -- - Hartford, Ky. ir ...;. . rjThe Hartford Republican CO.SlPANY wards, Robertson Center, Glenn and Itartlctt guards. QUAUTKULY CONI-'KKKNC- STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFluko.) We certainly no nope there'll be lots o early works this spring, and that they will bo close to the surface, 'causa wo know ofin old bird or two who are sure goin to use 'cm. Published Weekly by PARTFOUD I'ltlNTING 9 1 i Peggy, tho Llnotyplst was llnotyp lng a patent medicine ad a day or twn ncrn wlinrnln It ntntrrl fhof tnV. lng the stuff made a person feel like springing out of bed the mlnllto they awoke. She lowed as how It would pay the noss to buy a gallon or two for the office force, We nllowed as, NOTICE TO SUnSCKIBEItS N. Travis of WashMr. nnd Mrs. TAMi. desiring tho paper sent ington, visited their daughter, Mrs. how Peggy lowed about right. Subscribers a, new address must give the old To Armll Gray, Saturday night, return nov' A,bort M"ddox of Uoavcr lldress In making tho request. John King says when ho landed Business Locals and Notices 10c lng home Sunday morning. appointment back In tho old town nfur Wine n. DaiH' fllle 1,ls line, and 8c per lUe (or each Mr, and Mrs, Jesse-- Dnrtlett, of Journed In the big city, neath tho al tho Baptlst church SiUur,,!y nnd Insertion. with Mr. and nnu spent sauirany nigm Obituaries, Resolutions ind Cards Harnett's Creek, visited l.rirM Htm. whom ovorvihin, nn.i per word, and 6c for Mrs. L. F. Johnson Sunday. tt Thanks, lc everybody was all astir and Just 'with Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk. ttch head lino and slgnautre, money Mr. Moseley Hoover, of Owensbo-ro- , about Sovernl cases of "flu" are re- nil tho nprmlp hn met nn thn to advanco. was the guest of his father, Mr. ,)ortel ,n thls neighborhood, streets was going In tho opposite ill- Church Notices for services freo, A Tho ,nfant auB"t" f Mr- jut other advertisements, lc per Clifton Hoover, one night last week. rcctlon from that in which he, was Clarence Messrs. Jesse Taylor, J,r9' Ira 0ray- - of Pnl' was b,,r,ed word. trying to navigate, most any old Hart- Anonymous communications will Hoover, James Handley, Tom Murry, n,m Cemetery Monday ford dog looked good enough to get ln tno Clear receive no attention. Glenn Stewart nnd Leslie Uartlett arc a hug n"000"- and kiss from him. putting up a new compnny line in ,,, Squire II. C. Rhoades Is at the beds the Taffy Division of the Farmers' TELEPHONE nv n,o nf ,i,o ,. f ha kw'sMo of his son. Cecil, of Owensboro, Telephone Co. ,s dangerously 111 of pneumonia, tucky Gene Assembly we are 59 Farmers Mutual . . . .' The "flu" seems to have hit this most bnunil J,n Lonnl Wade nnd fam,,y ")ov- to agree with the Bar- -' section of the country. The follow wlnlnn thonr. Althmnrh wo l,v cA trom Mlss Lf2zI Hoaglaild's fnrm 2WIDAY,. .FEimUAKY 17 ing families have the disease at pres doubts as to whether evolution has onto tho Clarence Patton farm, last ent: Herbert Park, Diamond MilThursday. evoluted very many times. Tom ler, Joe Park, Ula Hennlng, Master Clinton Stewart Is very sick at this writing. "Uncle Joe" Cannon, the Methuse- Handley, Mrs. Anna Mnry Hoover, Kaiser Rial and his outfit now Ml8-" Katl ""ee Patlon of AdiuurR, lah of the American Congress, has Hardin Hoover, Mrs. Ella Smith and hauls the freight and does the faml-- l Everllng. vIsltc1 M,OT Thelma VMon 8evo,al- formally announced that he will re- Vntes iy washing and soon after he -' Ford, of this place, wns the barks In the popcorn and peanut Mrs. ,ast ee? tire to private life at the expiration Mrs. Ira D. Funk spent Thursday of his present term, having served guest of her daughter, Mrs. Herman siness we look for n visit from other with her father. J. A. Raymond of forty-si- x years In the lower House of Crowe, and Mr. Crowe, of the Har- holdup bandits in this town. Adaburg, who is suffering from the Nation's legislative body. During nett's Creek country, Sunday. Mr. Lonnle Wade has moved onto his service he was four times chosWe see where somefellow is mak- ruptured blood vessels of thp knee. en as Speaker of the House. His .Mr. Clarence Patton's farm, near ing strange of the fact that women Miss Gertrude Schlemmer will go first election as Representative in Taffy. are sitting as judges. The fact is to Central City tomprrow, to bo at Congress from the Eighth Illinois Disonp In our ennimiinltv for! u'fi'vi! had tho bedside of her cousin, Miss Nel! LOUISVILLE MARKETS trict took place fifty years ago. He many, many years. She not only Tweddell, who Is III. was twice defeated for election, being sits but stands if she happens to m Cattle Market active, with prices prefer so to do, in judgment, and sixty-absent from the forty-secon- d and' HARTFORD, ROUTE . handy-weigBest third congresses. Congressman fully steady. most generally produces all of the arThere are several cases of "flu" Cannon has lived a useful and long butchers ready sale; others unchang- gument, at least she makes the clos- in this community. life, although he has been censured ed. Cow trade continues active, ing speech and rarely ever takes a Mesdnmes Dudley Daniel nnd Cur-re- y vith canners and cutters firm. Bull many times for being "too conserva'ase under advisement before render- Wallace spent Monday with Mrs. top bolognas $4 tive." Our wish is that his remain- values steady; lng a decision. In about 99 times out Flora Wtittnker. 1.50. Milch cow trade steady on ing days may be many and pleasant. of 100 there has not been the best selections. Few heavy steers profit in trying for an appeal, itmuch, Mrs. clarence Riddle hns moved only on jjr. G. c Whlttaker's place and a good inquiry for the Democrats of Louisville, through offered, with adds to the cost and confusion. j 3Ir Bud Tnnner, of Beda will move prime ripe kinds. A good active call the aid of the Legislature, have disinto the house vacated by Mrs. Rld- also prevailed for the best stockers d rooster. Our wife Just loves gardening, we ,ue- carded their prices; plainer nave no tasio ior it personally ami A few short years ago h"5d one made and feeders at firm Lttie Miss Eula Mae" French, of a prophecy that In 1922 Louisville kinds less active. Good clearance was she has never had any luck In trying LVia. Route 2. is visiting her sister. to get us to cultivate it. We, have j,ra Jesse whlttaker and Mr. Whit- Democrats would be clamoring to noted at the finish. Calves Market active and steady. by taker. have the proud bird removed from read several good books, their ballots .the prophet would. In Best calves $9.50 down; medium many of the best authors, In fact. jirs rjen0 Brooks and children of common $2 3.50. we've read all sorts of garden stuff Vnlon Grove aro visiting relatives In all probability, have been stoned nigh $4.50; Hogs Prices steady on all grades, in an effort to become interested, stoned stone unto death, perhaps a from all sources but to no avail. The wife says a hoe tna vicinity. dead. They have been defeated with with keen demand j Mrs cilft'on Hoover and Ml.ss hogs, 120 pounds up, brought such persistent regularity within the Best pigs, 120 pounds down, $8.75; and garden plow are the things wo Frances Hoover are visiting' relatives City during the past few years they $10; need most to become familiar with. near Buford. down; stags $G somehow seem to lay the b'lame on throwouts $7.50 Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Hoover spent down. When Aus Bratcher's house caught Friday night with the poor old rooster, after service exMrs. Hoover's Sheep and Lambs Trade generally fire Sunday evening somebody tending over a period remote, in so said mother, Mrs... Bartlett, of Union 3teady. Best lambs $11 13, acknowledge goes. that somebody else told them that Grove. far as present-da- y cording to quality; seconds $6 8. they heard In some way Those Democrats who succeeded in that some throwed a big obliterating the emblem of Kentucky Best fat sheep $5 6; bucks $4 A CAItl) OF THANKS , Democracy, the pioud old cock, 4.50. bucket full of Auses" corn-memash Wo wish to express our sincere Produce. on the fire, but Aus swears it was thanks to"feach of our friends who so thought they were aiding Democrats Buying prices, net to shipper, tlw something he had mixed up for his graciously rendered assistance during in Kentucky's Metropolis when they shipper paying freight and drayage pig. If Mrs. Bratcher were to tell us the illness and in the death and did It, or else It had not been done. charges ar: that we'd believe it. burial of our departed wife and Eggs Candled, 30c doz. mother, Mrs. Sarah J. Smith. The lower branch of the LegislaPoultry Hens, large, 20c lb.; Albert Cox, of bear story fame, WINS ON SMITH AND CHILDREN-- , ture acted favorably, Wednesday, up- small 17c lb.; large spring chickens t on a measure by which the proposi- 15c lb.; small springers 20c lb.; tion of a $50,000,000 road bond is- roosters 10c lb.; ducks 20c lb.; young sue will be submitted to the voters turkeys, No, 1 35c lb.; guineas old, at the next November election, pro- $3 dozen; young $6. vided the Senate approves the meaCountry Butter Pound 15c. sure. The question of Indebtedness, nnd especially a bonded Indebtedness HERBERT at which a is generally a scare-crolot of people balk. It is a Miss Vlrgie Mae Burdette and Masfact that we cannot have road ter Howard Burdette are the guests Improvement without money, without of their sister, Mrs. O. II. Carter, of a bond Issue there is no prospect In Louisville. money. It is a plain busisight for Miss Eula Barker has returned to ness proposition, one that should re- her home after spending a few days every ceive the serious attention of with relatives near Patcsvllle. citizen, both male and female, within Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Lyons were the State. The Senate may not the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Toug the proposition to submit to Huff Saturday night. tho people, but we bellevo it will and Mr. Dewey Huff Is on the sick list acting under that impression we Mr. and Mrs. Otis Rearden were ought to get ready to intelligently S IM' Kid the guests of the former's mother, consider the matter. Wednesday. Mrs. Mary Roarden m Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lyons were tho 3IAUTFOIU) WALLOPS guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Staples OWKNSHORO TOSSEKS Sunday. Miss Dora Lee Newton and Mr. The Hartford town team took tho, Otis Rearden wero married at the measure of a bunch of big huskies home of the bride Sunday February Have you heard Charles Hackett, leadfrom Owensboro, on tho local court 5th, the Rev. F. M. C. Jolley officiatnight, by the score of ing. The brldo was attired In navy ing American tenor of the Metropolitan last Saturday 22 to 19. The Owensboro quintette blue taffeta with white satin trimOpera Company, sing "Could I ? " One are of the Settle Memorial M. E. mings. After tho ceremony a delightof the new Columbia Records for February. Church and came up at request of the ful luncheon was served to tho folmanager of the Town Team to fill In lowing: Rev. F. M. C. Jolle.y, Mr. and Once.you've heard this wonderful tenor in place of the Hartford-Greenvill- e Mrs. II. Btvens, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie on account Rearden and children, Mr. and Mrs. double header, canceled voice, you'll want to hear it again and of Illness. Floyd Newton, Mr. and Mrs. Willie again. Hackett makes records for ColumThe fray was tho roughest ev.er Macintosh and daughter, Misses Nibia exclusively come in and let us play staged In this burg, this is sinCe the na Burdette and Sue Phillips; Messrs. teams Corbtt Voyles and Marvin Burdttto. early days of evolution. Some for you any of his grand opera selections may have played rougher before, that or popular ballads. 1XCOMK TAX MAX COMING date, but not since. A fow more, games of the character of the last Any Grafonola and a selection of A Deputy Collector from the office two played on the local floor and Columbia Records delivered to your something may tuke place thnt will of the Collector of Internal Revenuo, sport In this Robert 11. Lucas, will bo In Hartford, put blinkers on tho good home for a small first payment enjoy Ky., on Fob.22nd.and Beaver Dam on town. ; them while you complete your payments. We have not been nblo to obtain Feb. 23rd. 1922, for the purposo of or see any record of tho assisting taxpayers ln preparing their tho line-u. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY. game, but from momory give tho list returns. Take your income tax (Incorporated). who wero at tho points for troubles to him, he will bo glad to of those for-- J help you. HARTFORD, KY. the locals Taylor and Crowe, ' Tho second quarterly conference of the Hartford charge, M. E. Church S. Hartford tho will bo held with W. S. TIXSLKY, Kdltor Church Sunday February 19. The mid Huslnres Manager. Presiding Elder, L. K. May will preach nt 11 o'clock a. m at the Entered according to law at tiio conclusion of which tho Lord's SupTostofflco, Hartford, Ky., ns mall per will bo administered, and tho .natter of tho Bccond class. church conference held. It Is urged that all strive to maintain tho preto vious record of good reports. 'Address all communications The Hartford Republican. CLEAK run. Incorporated was In tho office last Saturday whon Bat Nail happened to come in. We noticed that Hat did not speak to Mr. wo just Cox, nnd nt tho moment thought they wero unacquainted. Wo mentioned the incident to Hat nrd he said thnt ho would not speak to cox in public, because ho did know him, and neither would ho speak to anybody who Intimated (hat ho over offered to, thought of, or would over think of forming any sort of a league with said Cox, for any purposo whatsoever. Wo hated to henr" Hat mako hal ""Anient. b wo couldn't help nntl. "Incerclr hope Cox will not hca,r of " ns there mlght be troub,c them. k' rear "? A SAMSON TRACTOR FOR al-w- $445 farm-tractor '. -- re-em- bu-;,l- as i ht The lowest price in the history of the Model. M. Tractor. With yie 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. , time-honore- ACTON BROTHERS Dealer ' HARTFORD, d, KENTUCKY j. fire-fight- er al (Sill JnlMy' rfS'X w self-evide- nt STETSON Styledfor IjomxqMen ATS1 ve -- Let Hackett Sing for You in Your Home The New Stetsons Are Here That's all we need to tell you. New Spring Styles with the distinctive mark, and the good, old Stetson quality. If you're a regular Stetson customer, of course you'll want one of the new Spring Styles. If not, let us urge you at least to come and tiy them on. You can judge for yourself what this Stetson "feeling for style" is, that the young men talk about. You find the Stetson quality mark on every Stetson Hat. rock-bottom V, Carson (Ei p, Hartford, Kentucky. Co J . ' M J ) V H Mr. and Mrs. Pen Dexter, of were In" Hartford yesterday, 9 JD? We aro headquarters for Red Top and Red Clover Seed, and other grass 29-- 4 Seeds. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Highest cash price paid for eggs and poultry every day in tho year. W. E.'ELLIS & BRO. Miss Alma Crowdorr of Horton, spent last Week end here the guest of her cousln.Miss Beulah Baize. Grayson County News. H8 1 WSmikmwiWiMwmMir INTERNATIONAL (Osborne) Disk Harrows, tho harrow that gives satisfaction to man and team. See 32t4 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Geneva Goff will return to her homo nt Central Grove tomorrow. after spending several days hero as! HffiSH Iff?' lEMI .i' trSe?lS"'WB guest of Miss Gertrude Schlemmer. Mrs. R. K. Bca:i and little daughter, Mottyo Lou, of Narrows, spont last week end In Hartford, the guests f Mis. Bean'n slater, Mrs. J. R. Phlpps. I&mLJhhHHH Be entertained at your fireside Let the great artists of the music world come to your home to entertain and amuse your family and friends. 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 a Coat.- -' $35.00 $30.00 $25.00 $18.00 $15.00 i Dog Lost White and yellow spote ears, tall bobbed to ted Cur, .about C Inches. Will pay for trouble. Notify FEEGE MORRIS, Hartford, Ky. 34tlp fox-lik- Mrs. Chester Wilson and baby will return to their home near Cromwell, tomorrow, after spending the week with Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin. All URMA products are guaranteed. If not satisfied, your money viill be refunded. Sold only at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, 3412 m (. w Overcoats Overcoats Overcoats, '. Overcoats Overcoats ' V $24.95 $20.00 $18.95 $10.00 $8.95 "The quality store." Mrs. Edgar Barnard of Route 1. Hartford, was the guest Wednesday, of Mrs. Chester Wilson, at the home of tho latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, city. Mr Harry L. May, who spent the past few weeks as the guest of his 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 in your nome at once. JSy6b The Hartford FRIDAY", brother, Mr. John May, at Port Arthur, Texas, returned to his hbme here Wednesday. OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) J HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. er Republican FEBRUARY 17 Hemstitching and Picot edging. MRS. W. J. DEAN, Hartford, Ky. blisses Stella Bell and Louise Tur- ner of Buford, were the guests of Mr. S. L. King and family Tuesday. EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. SMOKE Mrs. John Carter, of Central City guest of her was the recent week-en- d parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luney Maples, At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Hartford, Route No. 2. Sirs.. H. S. Sanders and children, of Covington, will arrive here next Wednesday to spend the remainder of the winter with relatives. i Miss Fannye Mao Paris of Beaver Miss Helen Harnett, Is confined to Dam, has entered school at the Wesher room with an attack of "flu". tern Ky., State Normal, Bowling term. Green for the Lime; Plaster and Cement nt 3214 W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Berry IK Walker left Tuesday morning for Stone, Ky., where he prices goes to accept a position Injhe genHouses wired at reduced during Feb. Seo WILL HIMES or eral store of the Pond Creek Coal Co. U4t3 W. C. LOGAN. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Thompson of PL Mr. James" A. T.tte of Rockport, Simmons, spent last week-enthe was me guesi oi reiauves m mis guests of Mrs. Thompson's parents, city a few days this week. Mr. and Mrs. Luney Maples, of near town Mis. II. B. Culley of Stanley, is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. L. G. For a dollar you can buy a 24-l- b city. sack of URMA Flour and for $1.95 'ytyarrett and Mr. Barrett, of this sack of URMA. you can buy a 4S-lWILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, Jiftrbed wire, American fiold fence, "The quality btore." Utry fence low cash 34t2 Ra and pricov t W, E, ELLIS & DUO'S. 34t4 Mr and Mrs. Jim Greer and daughter, of Whltesvllle, attended Pure bred, mammoth bronze, eggs. the funeral of Mrs. Greer's mother, Mrs. Lloyd Mills, at Alexandria MRS. HOOKER WILLIAMS, Hartford, Ky. mid-winter d, b. Mr. G. G. Wedding, traveling SalesPure Bred Dark Rhode Island tobacco man for the Axton-Fishgood laying strain, $1.50 per Co., Louisville, spent Sunday night Reds, and Monday with his father, Judge setting of 15 eggs. Co.ll or write Mrs. OSCAR PETTY, R. R. and Mrs. Wedding. , Narrows, 34t2 Ky., R. R. 1. Try a sack of URMA FJour for a Mr. B. B. Mclntier, who for the dollar and if you are' not satisfied your money will be cheerfully re past year held the position of County funded. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, Farm Agent of Ohio County, together "The quality store' with Mrs. Mclntier and little son, will 34t2 leave tomorrow fpr Brandenburg, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Martin, who whereMr. Mclntier has the position have been residing In Hartford dur- of County Agent for Meade County. ing tho past several months, have moved to tho farm of Mr. S. O. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett and Keown, about two miles north-eason Oscar, who for the past five of town. months have been residing in Springfield, 111., an dwhere the former and I have Installed a new and latter held positions with the TennesHemstitching Machine. Am pre- see National Life Insurance Co, are pared to do your Hemstitching and expected to arrive in Hartford, toPicot Edging. Bring or mail your morrow where they will again make-thei- r MRS. W. J. BEAN, work to me. home. Hartford, Ky st te Couch, Charles Stevens, Audrey MarKane", Helen Knight, Lucille Couch, Winona Coleman. 9th Grade George Barnes. 10th Grade tLena Wallace, Josephine Pirth, Glenn Cook, Albert Shultz, Aaron Roach, Wendell Ralph, Frank Kelley Casebler, Conncll Crowder, Alma Crowder, Mirtyna McDaniels, Aleene Black, Raymond Brcwn. 11th Grade Evelyn Hunley, Hil-lar- d Willis, Llllle Chinn, Annie Lee Mnddox, Ruby Taylor. 12tii Grade Florence Taylor, tin, Beulah vCorrine Taylor, Iva Render, Kathrya Moorman. m BARRED ROCKS. My yards are full of the best I ever had In size, color and laying propensities. Some extra fine cockerels and pullets at a real bargain if taken at once-- . Selected eggs $1.50 and $2.50 per 15. Prices on largo quantities for incubators on application. JOHN B. WILSON, Hartford, Ky. I Mrs. Emnfa Hudson spent last weekend In Owensboro, the guest of her brotlier, Mr. Dan King and Mr. E. D. Duke of Route 1, Hartadvance ford, our furthest paid-up-l- n subscriber, was a caller at this office Monday. Miss Ruth Mercor.of Fordsville.left the sixth inst. for Bowling Green, where she will enter schooljor three terms work. Miss Mildred Stovenson, stenograof Barnes & Smith, is able to bo out after being ill sovcral ndys. pher with the firm !' j r 4 J U. It. M..A. means quality and can only be bought In Hartford at WILL IAMS & TAYLOR'S, 31t2 "The quality store.", Mrs. A. E. Pate and Miss Anna Rhea Carson went to Loulsyllle, Tuesday to visit friends andrelatlves. Miss Carson will remain In the city until Sunday, while Mrs. Pate will go to Lexington beforo returning to visit her daughter, Martha Carolyns, who Is n student In the University Mrs. S. T. Barnett left Tuesday for ofMventucky. Both Mrs. Pate and Central City, where she will visit her Miss Carson aro expected to arrive son Mr. Orion Wallace, and Mrs. home Sunday. Beforo Wallace forNseveral dajs. returning home she will also visit HONOR ROLL. BEAVER DAM: relatives in Hopkins County. GRADED AND HIGH SCHOOL WANTED Young women and men 1st Grade Ruby Gladys Dockery, to learn stenography or salesmanship at home. Blg demand. Typewriter Lucille Martin, Virgil Stewnrt, Jewell furnished. Free Employment Service. Sandefur, Grace M. Williams, RichWrite for free literature on Course ard Sandefur. 2nd Grade Lonnlo Embry, Jane you prefer. TEDERAL EXTENSION UNIVERSITY. Champaign, Illinois. Daves, Tholma Cooper, Virginia Paul Baize, Wilma Taylor, Naomi Maddox, Mrs. B. M. Tanner, who has been Conrad Gillstrap, spending several days with her par- Dorrls Likens,, Martha Sandefur. 3rd Grade Rey Martin, Tim ents, Mr, and- - Mrs. T. H. Bean, this city, will leave Sunday for Louisville, Barnes, McDonald Knight, John Vel-le- r, Kenneth Kane, Paul Chlnn, Hirwhere she will be the guest of her Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Boskett of were the guests of Mr. and brother, Mr. Ira Bean and Mrs. Bean am Patrick, Billy Taylor, Leonard Mrs. L. T. Riley Tuesday night, and before returning to her home In Carson. 4th Grade Ruby Martin, Chrisattended the play "The Microbe of Portsmouth, Ohio. tine Young, Leon Baize, Alta Gray Love" at the High School Miss Martha Stevenson, who taught Fuqua, Maud Leisure, Oletta Chap Elizabeth PatIn the local high school last year, but man, Eddie Chlnn, Ross, the little son of 'Mrs. for some time a student In tho State rick, Graco James, Ellen James, Mat-ti- e Charles Harrell. Anna J. Bennett, who has beqn con- Normal, Bowling Green, suffered a 5th Grade Hermla Flener, Par-ve- n ankle in fined to his room since last Friday, fractured and dislocated Knight, Aisle Hill, Henry Murwith a severe case of croup, Is much basket ball practice several days ago. DoIIart, Gonovleve Reports received here are to tho ef- phy, Judith better. fect that sho Is doing as well as could Leach, Ray Pierce, Esther Doekery, Era Lucille Austin, Randall Newton, Mr. G. Barnard of Dundee, will bo expected. 6th Grade Hiram Chapman.Merle accompany his daughter, Miss Vinlta, WANTED Salesman to sell direct Hockcr, Grethel Martin, Tracy StewGreen, tomorrow, where i nowlliiK Lois Taylor s'he will enter the Bowling Green Buh- - to the farmer Acme Mlnerals.whlch art, Murrell Taylor, grows the bone and "ciippUes the min- Paulino Austin, Oscar Stevens, Delo-r- a University. Inets Baize, Randall Chlnn, Gladys eral elements. Acme Pig Meal equal Miss Ella Mue McQuary, of Hart- - to milk.Acme Calf loal and Acmo Hosey. a i! ntiar tJUnp- tho nxnnil- - Milk Feed for chickens i Sales are 7th Gradp Tommle Phelps, Free-d- a Pierce, Floy do Newton, Roy Taycommon school diplomat i Inrgo. A paying business. nation for "' lor, ACME MINERAL COMPANY, and passing, entered High School at 8th Grade Malcom Barnes, Virgil Whltesvllle Monday. Misses Ruth Foreman of Dundee, and Imogene Plummer, of near Beaver Dam, went to Bowling Green last week, where they entered school at the Western Kentucky State Normal, term. for the mid-winter y, n, , HERE IS THE BIGGEST SELLING SINGLE STYE IN THE WORLD. IT'S OUR "FOOT-FITTER- " No. 1 KNOWN ALL OVER THE WORLD AS "TOM"! These shoes fit the feet all over like the paper on a wall. They fit roomily in the forepart and firmly over the instep and in the instep arch. Fit Snugly At The Heel Seat. They hug without) squeezing. No pinching! They give the foot a firm tread and the chance of f lexjng naturally in walking. They "support the foot in the arch like a doctor's bandage." "FOOT-FITTERS" I h ,. Price $7.00 HARTFORD, KY. i..i - CARSON & COMPANY ,M rM "l "'.""?r ."" "'',"'ff inn sssmssmmmmimmmmmm. tt ft-l. rri fir-Tayyj- yyt ft Hi" j33Bri'w'wiwS'w'Vw i $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper THE The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. InB Kontucky corn yields, according to corn specialists at tho Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station. This testing, which can bo done dur- Mng February aitd March before tho spring work begins, makes It possible for tho corn grower to discard 'weak germinating or dead ears and j thereby save from three to four dollars for each dead ear eliminated. Good Insurance against poor stands may be obtained by a general test made by taking one or two kernels of a representative number of tho ears to bo planted, tho specialists say. If these teats are not practically perfect or do not show a high percentago of germination for the entire lot of seed the specialists are commending ear tests to discover those which have low germinating power or are dead. Details of the "rag doll" method of testing, which Is said to be one of the most simple and practical, can bo obtained from county agents or by writing the Experiment Station at Lexing. ton. J good health OF FROM RICH BLOOD l CHILDREN A GASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of Health, Strength and Vigor Built Up By Glide's Pepto-Manga- n You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. of KenState news from correspondents m all partsthe news all tucky. The Herald's local service gives Marof "Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, reliamost ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the ble authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with of a daily newspaper that interests .every memberyou Louisville Herald the family? Then it is the want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add 2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. FARM DEPARTMENT liCgunies Artf Solution To Kentucky's Soil Problems. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 11. More legume crops to replace a portion of crops on Kentucky e the farms Is the one big hope In economically building up the State's soils to a higher state of fertility, according to recommendations being made by o olls and crops specialists at the Agriculture. Legumes, such of as clover, add to the fertility of the soil by drawing nitrogen from the crops such as air while and corn, draw ilmothy hay, wheat on the soil for all their plant food, The exaccording to the specialists. crops over pensive use of a long period of years has proved a y heavy drain on the fertility of they say. soils, In pointing out the importance of legumes In a system of crop Improveare showing ment, the specialists of farmers that more than the plant food contained in clover is talcen from the air. Every ton of this crop takes only 3.00 worth of plant food from the soil while the res, maining $8.00 worth, which it air. Is taken from the non-legumCol-legnon-legunon-leguKen-lucktwo-thircon--tain- co. This liking for the seed Is evi dently not restricted to the Orient, exfor some years ago a well-knoplorer reported an African tribe that sharpened the teeth In order to better strip the hulls from watermelon seeds. Within recent years a firms In Alabama has undertaken to manufac ture vinegar from the Juice, and from Russia come reports that dur ing the past few years of hardship concentrated watermelon Juice has been used in place of sugar to sweeten coffee. The production of watermelon seed is an industry by itself. In a single county In Florida approximately acres of watermelons are grown annually for seed purposes. This one section supplies a great proportion of the watermelon seed planted In the United States, and on occasion also ships to foreign planters. In recent years shipments of seed for plant ing have been made to Tarsus, Asia, counto China, and other 7,-0far-dista- nt tries. In our Industry have been severely cut, due to the effect of several destructive diseases. An- thracnose, a fungous disease of the foliage and fruit, means reduced yield melons that rot In and the field and in tho freight car. Stem-en- d rot is a trouble that occurs with In transit only, and originates infection of tile melon by the causal organism at tho cut stem. Anthrac-nos- e During past years profits southern watermelon Tanners Urged To Uuy Seed Spud ""Lexington, -- Livestock and dairy farming as a means of building up soils that have been worn out by continuous grain production Is receiving more attention from Carlisle county farmers, a ers. have a limited report from County Agent M. A. Kentucky will amount of certified seed for sale dur- Hensley states. A total of 700 farming tho coming season while Maine, ers and their wives recently attendTJ&w York, Vermont, Minnesota and ed a series of meetings held in con several other states will have their nectlon with the movement. usual quantity, according to the As a result of Increased Interest In better business methods among OldTVatmneloiis anil Seeds Used For ham county farmers, 1C of them will keep records and books during tho Many Purposes In Its studies of tho control of coming year, according to a report the United fronrCounty Agent G. B. Nance. They water-melo- n diseases Department of Agriculture has have started tho work by taking nn States found that thViro aro numberous uses Inventory of all equipment on their for watermelons outside of their con- farms. sumption as a popular fruit. Housewives have long been ranmiar Seed Corn Tent Wlo After Proper Curl iik. with pickles and preserves made from Lexington, Ky., Feb. 11 Although watermelon rind. In China and other oriental countries watermelon seed little or no damugo has been done to Is used as a table- - delicacy. Seedsmen seed corn during tho past winter by In this country not only ship seed for unfavorable weather conditions, gerthis purpose, but also find a market mination tests of the seed before It Is plunted this spring will be as Imfor their product In tho Chinese New York and San Francls- - portant as In former years In Increas- of ' --dls-Orlc- tB Stock Early. Ky., Feb. 11 In view or the small quantity of certified and carefully selected potato seed that is .Available each year, specialists on the crop at the College of Agriculture aro urging Kentucky farmers to get their supply of seed as early as. possible. Tho small amount of good seed that Is placed on tho market each year Is soon taken up by large potato growers with the reault that farmers who fall to order early are seed compelled to plant common which Is available In largo quantities later In the season, tho specialists Bay. Good seed that has been selected from certified stock Is one of tho best means of Insuring a big crop, tho specialises are pointing out to farm- pock-marke- d tho is controlled by spraying rot by the practice vines; stem-enof field sanitation and stem treatment. Plans are being made'by the Department of Agriculturo to nsslst growers, distributors, and cnrrlors In of disease-contrtho proper application measures during the coming season. d ol Nenrly always It's a difference In tho and best papers in the South and we hope to receive quality of tho blood. The strong many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and child has rich, red blood and plenty so seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in of It. You love to see him eat heartily. If your child is thin nnd your subscription now. Don't delay. weak, give him Gudo's to build up tho blood and seo the difference between a sickly, unhappy Spring Sprays Kill Injurious San childhood nnd a bouncing, nealthy T childhood. Jose." at your from Philadelphia, every truck must Thorough Get Glide's Pepto-MangLexington,' Ky. Feb. 11 have a chaueffeur and n helper, sprayings from both sides of tho treo druggist's In liquid or tnblet form, whllo In Philadelphia "you can during February and March with Do sure It's the genuine. Advertise- leave n wagon on the streets with ment. Is being recommended some security." by orchard men at the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station as SIGHT SMOULDERING 4? 4bitfy $if:'J 4r HULK mtlTISU SHU' the most effective method of conSucceed vihen evtrytlunjr the fails. TROUBLE? STOMACH trolling San Jose Scale which anneivojs prjc-stlcn- j uud female I in 11. The Fob. Fla., Miami, venzue they are ihe sujmnn? nually causes serious Injuries to ap.Weakness? Distress? triivJy, at thousands have testified. smouldering hulk of a ship sighted ple, plum, peach and pear trees. "Many years ago my Ashland, FQfl KJDNY,L!VEnAND off Miami Ueacn today was reports mother uicil Ky. Pierce's Golden Medical In preparing home-mad- e Dr. STOMACH TROUBLE 20 pounds of lime are slnckd tonight by the local wireless station Disco very for her stomach. She had tak: Is tw Jj- -t medicine: ever soli In a large kettle to which 1 1 pounds to ,t Hie Brlti.- Mulccr Coylet which en treatment from physicians and had over a 'a counter. never obtained good results. After of sulphur arc added slowly and took flro off osu.i Key Wrdnesnny to tnl; this remedy fhc noticed thoroughly stirred In with the mix- -, and was deserted by Its crow. Infor- nn improvement and I can say it surely ture. Twenty gallons of water are mation was received at tho wireless helped her wonderfully. I niu pleased to to let others know how added to this and the entire mixture station, it was said, which showed write tliUhelped our family. Any one thii will medicine "Wants ' boiled for an hour after which It Is that It was the Coylet. Tho hulk by tho 'Discovery if thev will try came Into sight early '.oduy and it." Airs. AU A. Brown, 012 E. Carter strained through burlap to remove Enough hot water making about three miles nn hour, Ave. coarse particles. Obtain the Discovery in tablets or liqIs added to make 40 gallons and the tonight wus directly off Mlunu IVoafh uid at your nearest drug store, or send about twenty mllcsout. spray Is ready for application. 10c for trial package to Dr. Pierce's InReports gained "credenco loduy valids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y. nnd writo tofor free medical advice. FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Prospects of raising and develop- that another ship was afire, but Dissolved la vater for douches slop night that theory was abandoned. ing a beef calf of their own has atpelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflam" mation. Recommended by Lydia E. tracted 35 Warren county farm boys When the bowels become Irregulnr Finkfinm MVd. Co. for ten year. who are now members of a baby beef A healing vionJsr for nMl catarrh, you aro uncomfortable and the longOhio County club organized In that county by toru throel and sore oye Economical. worsa you Has tt!nrain4ty rfcaaiiaa and tfrnrickUl rnwrf. County Agent W. II. Rogers and tho er this condition exists the w m.tnJ young feel. You can get rid of this misery OirrM. sue. !i ilmicttU. Italea.MtM. Lr I College of Agriculture. The I hai'.lkHi IdJ.IOo.kct. Take a will take their animals to a quickly by using Herbinc. sters CIHCUIT COUIIT on going to bed and seo how show to be held In Louisville thjs dose Meets first Monday In March, Mny you feel next day. Price COc. fall whero they will compete with fine m land July; third Monday In September Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Junior beef producers from other land fourth Monuay in riovoraucr: counties of the State. Judgt. George S. Vllson, Owsnshoro, MAX. Glover H. Cary, Coui'th. Attorney Calhoun. Antlrat Campaign In Utnh Results in Writing In the American Maga1MB Slaughter. zine, O. D. Itomelke, president of tho Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis. Dy using the school district as a g bureau In the Master Coimnltsloncr largest unit and employing the services of world, declares that Judging from tho Trustco Jury Funti-- L. B. Tichenor. COUNTY COUHT nearly all organizations Interested In asm Una Af ilmna ft let mnn(lnnA1 In e7 Convenes first Monday In each the public welfare a very successful newspapers, the .'the, . .,,,. A , .. antlrat campaign WilS ICWUHJI l'"W month: rv- .tll.u .11 i" i.i.u M.o nealetnnra nf I" w H. R. Wedding. JudRfj IS11G Ul WIG WOO.W......O on In Utah Henry Ford. Next to him In tho County Att'y. .Qtto C. Martin. the Biological Survey of the United number of times mentioned come Clerk Guy Itnnney. States Department of Agriculture re- John D. Rockefeller, C. M. Schwab, ports that 17,074 rats were caught In Sheriff G. A. Halph; Deputies: I 4Hl E. H. Gary and T. A. Edison. AnyA Safe (Hd Fashioned traps and killed by means other than thing Mack Cook, Iris Render, George .these men do or say Is publishRemedy for Worms poison. It was, of course, Impossible P. Jones. states ed broadcast. Mr. Itomelke Serenlj-fir- e years contin. to determine how many of the roSuperintendent Mrs. I.. S. Mason. that there Is no woman whose newsuoui uie ia tba belt testidents were poisoned, but altogether paper mention compares in any way Jailer Nat Hudson. monial FRET'S VERMIFUGE 1,250 pounds of barium carbonate QUARTERLY COURT can offer you. with these five men. Keep a bottle always on poison were used, and thousands of Convenes first Monday in each month. hand. It will help keep the pests must have been killed In FISCAL COURT A child that has Intestinal worms the little onea healthy this way. Dealers reported that Is handicapped In Its growth. A few and happy. Convenes Tuesday after first 5Ion- great numbers of traps were sold. JOcabottlettTourdnitrta'aor first Tuesday in doses of White's Cream Vermifuge day In January; general tore; or if your dealer Various phases of the riddance destroys and expels worms; tho child April nnd October, R. R. Wedding can'l upnljyou.iendhisnama aad 30c in atanipa and we'll work were brought out in the differ- lmmedaltely Improves and thrives County Judge, presiding. end you a bottle prompt!. classes in the schools, and repair- wonderfully. E. k S. FREY. Biliioari. UL ent 35c per bottle. Ut District J. P. McCoy, Hartford Price construcing buildings and m 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. work was taught to more than tion a) a town. 12,000 students in tho manual trainQ. B. Brown, Simmons A teacher had told a class of Ju- 3rtl District ing classes. Approximately 30,000 esvenile pupils that Milton, the poet, 1th District J. It. Murphy, Fords- says and 37,000 posters and drawings WILL villo. was blind. The next day she asked on rat eradication were submitted by TAKE Sam H. Holbrook, Hart any of them could remember what nth District If 61,238 school children. It Is esti- Milton's great a'ffllctlon was. ford, R. F. D. No. 4. mated that some 125,000 people were "Yes'm," replied ono little fellow, flth District Mack Mnrtln, Narrows, reached by demonstrations, bulletins, "ho was a poet." R. F. D .No. 2. circulars, etc. .. e 7th District J. AVnlter Taylor, Bea- r A Trealm-(oInvestigation, brought A follow-u- p 1XV1TK HAISM.NG OX ItHICK ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. tStwttHpsw y?jN WEAK Interesting fact3 concerning out some HOARD OF KIWCATIOX conditions that foster rata. For InAn Invitation inscribed on n brick LUNGS ot Convencs First Monday In every Lake was presented to Presld'cnt Harding stance, of tho residents of Salt months Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, CONSUMPTION City reporting rats on the premises, asking him to attend tho annual con- nnH nv.nfflpln Kpc.rnttirv-Treasuvo- r. CO per cent kept chickens. A high vention of tho National Drlck ManuNE R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford. porcentage of those reporting rats facturers at Indianapolis. In pre- A quick relief for that lircJ, rundown leellog R. F. D. No. C. I coucha, paint In chcsl. nlclit sweats, hrrnor lived either In poorly constructed iHpntlnp thn lnvltatlon."tllO assocla- - W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- j shares, weak lunis or consumption. If It dots-- ' houses, kept no garbago receptacles, t,on gaI(1 tho J(Ua was BUgg0sted by not help you It coats you nothing. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. or had piles of rubbish, boards, and the ancient custom of keeping records Lock box atft Nat Llndloy. Centertown, R. F. D. 1 OHIO MEDICAL 00, the on clay tablets. COLUMBlin n other material lying around (Otis Stevons, Beaver Dam. pla.ee. Such food supplies and shelClaud Renfrow, Dundee ter attract tho rodents and give them TWO 1IOUKS Al'ART, HUT Examinations, But a good opportunity to multiply. CHIME TOTAL DIFFERS For Common School Diplomas such concerted action as was taken In L1V-VER-LAX Fourth Friday and Saturday In JanUtnh demonstrates the practicability New York, Fob. 11. Because New uary, and Second Friday and Saturof eradication. York Is full of crlmo and Philadel- day In Mny, To bo hold in Fords-vlll.. phia is quiet and peaceful It costs 210 Beaver Dam nnd Hartford. Market Tliirtl of ludlnna'g Wool per cent more to operate a baggage For Touchers' Certificates Third Clip Cooperatively. delivery truck hero than It does In Saturday In May, June Ono million threo hundred thous tho Quaker City, according to Samuel Friday and Except notice Is and September. and pounds of wool were marketed w F Draper, president of tho Now-- j given to tho contrary the latter excooperatively by C2 counties In In York Transfer Company. aminations will be held In Hartford. dlana during tho year 1921. Tills In New York, two hours distant OTHER OFFICERS quantity represents more than one-thiR. F. Keown, Tax Commissioner of tho entire State clip, accordFeelirlcht all tho time. Don't lay e4 Fordsvlllo. ing to latest estimates of tho Bureau from work for days by taking caloaMr Surveyor C. 8. Moxloy, Fordsvlllo of Markets and Crop Estimates, UnitIra Jonos, White on your feet, whilo relieving y our troujbt Heincsontnllve ed States Department of Agriculturo le. Safer too, and cosy to take. DotiX Run. mf tou aujumn ciau. xuu can t nuura HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanse sy tern and. relieves constipation. A natPollco Judge J. D. Holbrook FOR FLETCHER'S ural remedy, natural in its actions, sur Mayor W. C. Dlankenshlp. F J.V in its effect and certain in results. It Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. won't be lone before Uv- - VvLax win ROCKPORT completely displace calomel in evert I1LOW, BLOW, HLOWI home... Children can tako it freely Robert L. Or.een, Judge. perfect safety. Every bottle gui". Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. Red roses blow tbrco times a year, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles Noni Cooper, Chairman. Edd genuine without tho likeness and s!gB! In April, Juno and May, ture of L. K, Grlf&by. For Bale by W. IF. Blackburn, Clerk. But those who have red noses Stllll Mason, Treasurer. t. M. lyjll.UAMa, . HatcjrV, MM Can blow them every day. Pepto-Mnn-gan You soo ono child strong and robust; another child pale nnd thin. One eats practically the samo foods and takes tho same exercise as tho other. What Is tho difference? $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest I an lime-sulph- ur !&iec$v:ric BhMk I a lime-sulphu- r, Every Woman , DIRECTORY J F- Mothers use hi press-clippin- .... ., most-talked-- ,,, 'J iretfs Verafflfiige iur we uuiurui Vjt"" S3 i m rat-pio- of YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY,,, m&Qmw FO R0 MONTrff fa ! USE o, For Lazy Liver and ihe Troubles of Constipation. m rd ! Children Cry CASTO R th W A I ffS(.."... ;u- - . .U jh&jCl. i. i,Jv- - J..i. &. ., C: HLtL J. WASHINGTON COMMENT iiuaiuuui iiii'iiuitin tuuiruy iiuuur, of Columbia University, advocate tho contlnunnco uf the "freo nnd natural system of education which hna grown Up among us" In n report In which ho o "ny. that Is criticizes and strenuously objects to 'cnrn" lhnl ,s " to him that n tho ostnblUhmont of a Federal woman cnn'1 o. Portland Express. partmont of Education. ' Ire,antl ls Vtomy tho first Tlu "freo nnd natural ayitom" thus 1,c thnl Vcr Im(1 nn has left us a nation of million reasonably educated pco- - foro u camo lnt0 existence. Boston pie nnd fifty million nlmost totnlly ,TranBcr,Ilt na,no of ,lum ln Mln educated. It has left us a nation Tho '8 1)0 chanBC1r,vcr Volstead, t0 ,l taught by of 1)"t, graders. The average American leaves W,U Whisky slough and Keg creek " hold attention In Iowa. school after the sixth grade, and tho a'verngo teacher has but two years' 0,ahn I,eoU Isn't necessary to fool all of tho high school training (Bureau of Edu- n11 Ul Umc' ,,u,t sorely dur-- . statistics for tho whole coun-- 1 feP' cation . Ing tho autumn campaigns. Colum- . 1 yyu uu uuk i. ...... ...- - unit .i...ni bla Record 4 llllr ncu -- .t iiuiumi Men's clothes aro to be sober this postal facilities, but a grcnt organlza year, tho tailors tell us. Good! AnyWo do not hnvo "freo and tlon. thing but a tight suit. Providence natural" agriculture but a great Dnot to de- - ' Journal. epartment of Agriculture should Impress on lnbo nmi their followers that without popular support no strlko can succeed, nnd thnt today thn ntlblln Innkn with nli. solute disfavor on strikes called to kc0,) nrlcn" (,f th, nocosslttos of Ilfo, Ncw York HorMd. j I On0 I'ortlnnd mnn hns rosolvcd to ' ra'80 a ful1 I,oanl "rms tho coming il c ii?ArctMfATcn li-- i I r v POWER Oi' WOKLO "' - ,)0. Forty por cont uf the difalnped water powtr of tho world Is In the Unltod Siatos, whoro water wheels having a rapnc.l.. of ,..,1,000 horso- pow.r r.ve a to n recent ifntomcnt of tho Un'tod 1 n ut ropub--champlun- slxth-grnder- s, tenth-!"cso- ta - , .1 " . American farms, but to help, aid, ... .. . Kngnsn ui8nops get irom szu.uuu Canterbury as- arch-bisho- arrtaa: , p of York and the bishop rnaiilia nmi iniike thn most money. of London getting $50,000 a year Why this objection from nn educntor each. Now wo understand the meanto n department which would do" for ing of "high church." American schools what tho DepartNational Tribune. ment of Agriculture does for AmeriWell. wn cuess the Idea of a can farms? quadruple alllanco has been pretty Columbia Unlvcr Cnn It be- because ....... all ov , ...i well received by everybody, as agalnst I y is a Puouc Mo ha .vMthstntomoney? Orcanltbo treacherous, treason- - .i. A,nr.MfnrmPrStoCetthebest.of " """ w " thoarrCnhl9P .... "' : , thoso who fear to have private MONKKV JACKETS AND BIG schools ventilated In ..the light of day BOTTOM SKIRTS, FASHION lias reachod nnd touched n responsive "eminent educator's chord in this Little Jocko, Now York, Feb. 11. heart? who helps the organ grinder earn his . ., ut,. 'uniiy enow, is aiso ugsiauut; mo iuau- one law lor nta is !aw that knows no exception b ' impersonal, above both reproach and Is he Idea Human Inter ference sue .must have Laid up to "Ihw-n- b I, ling pa,oplc. whnt 8ha R ,? Lot us hank Goc then, that e bo? Mkod the Mhlon ng and that are not all "law-abi- d franUc or can, oven some government servants ht - , 1 7 S'i Mrs. Dionslslo of Chicago, went to Poland on a visit. She took threo children with And tho "her and returned with four. Immigration authorities ln New York said mother nnd three could como In, The coat suit Is coming back, thoso who say what's wha,t in fashion have decreed, and the woman who wants to look smartly gowned must have one with a monkey Jacket. Paris Is already wearing the coat but Poland's quota under '..,, . monkev lacket and all. Bisque uo migration law was exhausted ana ' nnounced. will be the babcin-arm- s born In ,"nB s most fashionable colors. "Poland, would have to stay out! And now prepare for the worstlThe Whreupon Secretary Davis calmly latest communiques from the fashion and quietly, and. rightly, Wko tho front announce that the now skirts law to little pieces and told tho moth- are four yards around tho bottom. er to bring her baby with hor, quota, or no quota. STEVBNETUCK I'OOH Some day, too far In the future, FINDS WINTER WARM to vlsuallzo now, enforceTorhaps, to ment of all laws will bo subject Wlnnetkn, HI., Feb. 11. Poor the review of a humanitarian court. Steve Netuck! Meanwhile, let us be thankfiu that In spite of his straw hat and Palm making a man a Cabinet officer, Deach suit, he finds the winter doesn't sworn to upheld the laws weather here too warm for comfort. necessarily make hlin either cruel or Stevo, a strapping young Eskimo, a fool In the face of n law hlgher.than four feet tall, from Alaska, Is .'doing any Congress ever passed. chorea for tho police so ho can get nn nnc.ialnnnl rlfln in the motor COD'S If ten Tho world moves! i . a c00, ....1a Inu. it.ltn.l If riltlQ ,....-- . . of Jocko, the orgnn grinder's little counter to tho dictates of sweet aide. And lo! tho monkey Jacket. nnd the teachings of One who very thing tho monkey to como ' It Is tho said "Suffer little children unto me. nnd forbid them not, for of jjac"cl; exactly llko the tiny Jacket miMi in thn KlnRdom of Heaven." tho organ grinder's monkey wears. Zalcwaska, a resi-- v VIOUUO, ... n --- rnun-muu- u ltv lent -- "-"- threo-month- "'., . i ,ep, of their enemies, that a woman sheriff ia station house. on ferryboats In Now harbor were terrorized when J'ork the freighter Sioux, loaded with sugar, broke her steering gear and ran amuck In, tho midst of heavy shipping.' Several, collisions were narrowly averted. Sho was finally cap- HEAVY SIRUP POSSIBLE RV USE OF 1NVERTASE tured by tugboats Just as sho was about to crash Into tho sea wall. m:vspapek views - .i . sirup a Tho tendency of sugar-can- e to crvstallize or ferment, depending SHIP USES SUGAR FOR FUEL e' Wouldn't ono of our I .. on whether it Is mado thick or thin, " n.inntn tliaan imaged th 25 pa.sengers aboard. tho has caused a great deal of trouble to . days lugg.ng aroana ...,.,.,. arrlvcd at Capo sirup makers. If mado thin, it will ferment unless sterilized, but sterilization Is Impracticable unless the sirup Is put up in cans. If mado thick onough to materially lesson tho danger of fermentation, there Is trouble .. ..- -. "" .nmn nn nilletlV.lu i4 ... li una kui, i iiiu; v.ui.. from sugaring. Recently, howovor, that a lot of people will never notice FINGER TO REPLACE NOSE. tho Bureau ot Chemistry of tho Unlt It. Drattloboco Reformer. . .1 od States Department of Agriculture tl.tnci .!.... ntiomtm.np Folley ot aEerstown. has developed a new process which mansions in mo Jo who ,03t hll n08B In nn auto no- promises to do away with these dif W try to do wo thing they mtla flnger graft. ficulties. This new procoss cans ior na8 ad to mortgage them.-- Los the use of lnvertase, which ls an 1)re8S' i,av roach- - mefly was. 'When tho tjnger has enzyme mado from yeast. Already a . The European peopl fMt t0 tB, race H will be am-,e- d number ot manufacturers aro trying the issue expressed by an AmerlB r0n out the lnvertaste method on a largo who performed the. operation scale. SuKarcan sirup contains two kinds . separately. Chicago Tribune. -- ... --- thlrt. ot sugar, sucrose and Invert sugar, ... .a., . .invlsPl! n 11QCK110 Ul,"""" i iV KUH.IU3 e formor In much the larger amount "metallic fnbjlc." vhlch wll hold Approximately 6,000,000 persons but the degree of sweetness does not "pants its coloj and last forever. Jf depond at all upon the proportions of will paylncomo taxes In 1922. may be. made ...of this material, one of , these two kinds ot sugar Sucrose, antllpll for- ...III Ua , V Evary minute five persons meet however, crystallizes much more rea- Tnurna dlly than, the invert sugar. Dy adding death bj accident. The collapse- - of recent strikes Passengers tho General Federation of Women s riiihs advocates consular undersecro- taryshlps for women, and Mrs. Gunda JIartlndale, sheriff, says sho will not flinch when she springs the trap under a murderer condemned to bo hanged at Waukou. Iowa, in March. Women try Arbuckle; women formed an "army" and made coal miners ln Kansas very unhappy; what next? dally. of tho Uhlne.'hta 13 cents Soul? have "eiioveS It? Yet moraces of raw pork and three tallow .Inurrhlinva linVO mar- - CUUUICO i IIIUUDIUIII uJUB..- I HUH U .U. Ho eats a few ..! freight smr runs avtld States Geological Survey, DMiartmo.it of tho Interior. T'-- 1 cdlng Stito? In de"voloped wator power aro Now York, with 1,300,000 hoispower, and These." California, with 1,111,000. Stnte totals coniparo favorably with thoso for soniq of tho most progressive countries in watcrpowor devolop-- j ment ln Europe, whero Franco leads with 1,400,000 horsepower, Norway has 1,350,000 horsepower, Sweden 'horsepower, nnd SwitzerTho land 1,070,000 horsepower. largest percentage of power hae been developed in tho New England States, whero tho capactly of tho water wheels installed la 1,381,000 horsepower and tho estimated potential power ot low wator without storage Is 868,000 horsepower. In tho Pacific Oregon, Coast States Washington, and California tho capacity of water wheels Installed Is 1,893,000 horsepower and tho potential power at low water without storage Is 11,500,000 horsepower. The largest water-powdevelopment In the world is at Niagara Falls, whore the plants In operation havo a capacity of 870,000 horsepower, of which 385,500 horsepower Is on tho United States side. Tho capacity of the plants at Niagara is being Increased by 114,500 horsepower 300,000 In tho United States and horsepower In Canada. Other largo plants aro one of 170,000 hosepower on the Mississippi at Kokuk, Iown, from which power Is transmitted to St.Xouls, and two plants aggregating 208,500 horsepower on St. Maurice River in Canada, from which power Quebec, 13 transmitted to Montreal, and other cities. Canada ranks next to tho United States In water-powdevelopment, with 2,418,000 horsepower or over 10 per cent of the world's total. d of the devel-- . Europe has oped water power ln the world. Two plants at RJukan, In Norway, have a total capacity of 239,999 horsepower, and at Trollhattan Falls tho Swedish Government has Installed a plant of At Lake Fully, 156,000 horsepower. Switzerland, tho remarkably high ln head of 5,413 feet Is utilized. France Italy, Germany, Norway, Sweden and Switzerland havo each developed more than 1,000,000 horsepower. In Asia, Japan with 1,000,000 horsepower, and India, with only aro the fore150,000 horsepower, demost countries' ln water-powvelopment. New" Zealand has developed only 45,000 horsepower but Is rapidly increasing this amount. Australia has practically no developed water-powe- r. The island ot Java has 56,000 horsepower developed or to be developed by plants under construction. Africa possesses only 11,000 horsepower of developed water power. Tho total potential water power of the world is estimated at 439 million horsepower at low'water, ot which Is in North 62 million horsepower America and 28 million In the United States. Africa Is richest ln undeveloped water power with 19P million horsepower; Asia has 71 million horsepower, South America .54 million horsepower, and Europe 45 million horsepower. The World Atlas of Commercial Geology, Part II, Water Power of the World, which has Just been published by tho United States Geological present all Survey, summarizes knowledge of that subject, mentions briefly some of the world's largest water-powdevelopments, and gives estimates by countries and by continents of the doveloped nnd undeveloped water power. It Includes 37 pages of text and 10 maps and Is sold for $1 a copy. er er ono-thlrer er ON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything1 you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, J , Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , HARTFORD, $ a small amount of lnvertaste to the sirup In the process of manufacture, It is possible to change some, or even all, of the sucrose Into invert permits, then, a higher, concentration without danger of crystallization. The' thicker sirup which ls mado possible because of this Inversion will not readily ferment. The process la similar to that employes by sugar,-whic- KENTUCKY WORLD MINING SLUMP HITS ALASKAN FIELDS Feb. 11. Alaska's Washington, mineral output for 1921 had the lowest annual value since 1904, according toan announcement by the Geological Survey of the Interior De- Call on The Republican for Fine Job Printing. partment. - i old-tim- T" E w.. .uT ..... W,J; I M;in l.. The mineral output of Alaska for 0, bee3 ln changing tho sucrose In nec- 1921 was valued at about $16,109,-00sugar, and permits the as compared with $23,303,767 In tar Into invert The decrease was attributed "hee3 to concentrate tho honey so that 1920. It takes up les3 room and 'will not fer- to a decline in all fprrns of Jode mm- ment nor sugar so readily. Tho bees . ing, especially tnat or copper. The stagnation of mining in have an enzyme of their own. Tho inversion of the sucrose in 'Alaska, officials assert, ls but a re- -' depression cane sirup can be brought about by flection of the world-wid- e the use-o- f acids, but this affects .the of the Industry and Is not caused priflavor and color. Invertase Is abso- marily by local conditions. Minerals to the value of $478,000,-00- 0 lutely Invert, except for the effect It havo been produced In Alaska has of changing one kind ot BUgar to years of mining, the kind. It leaves no taste or during forty-tw- o another color, and has no efrect whatever on Interior Department's statistics show, persons eating sirup to which It Is added. Ono pound of It ls sufficient JAZZ MUSIC, DOOZE HAVE SAME EFFECT to causa the necessary inversion In about 800 gallons of sirup, and it Is KansasClty, Feb. 11. Jaaz music so highly standardized that Its activihas much the same effect on young j ty Is practically constant. With this new process It Is now people as liquor and should be legispossible to produce a very thick sirup lated against, I. I. Caramack, superwhich will not readily ferment ln intendent of schools here, asserted ln warm weather and one which will not a speech before one thousand publicThe lnver-- , school teachers today. .ordinarily crystallize. "The nation has been fighting tase process may also be of value to those manufacturers and packers of booze a long time." Mr, Cammack simple sirups, maple sirup, mixed or said. " lam Just wondering whether blended sirups, and sirups made es- this Jazz isn't going to havo to be trade, legislated against as well. It seems pecially for the especially whatever It Is dslred tor to me that when It gets into the blood any reason to market a heavier bodi- ot some of our young folks, and I ed sugar sirup than would otherwise might add oldor folk3, too, It serves be possible Thick sirups keep bet- them Just as about as good as a stiff ter and do not cost so much to ship. drink of booze .would do. "I think tho time has como when teachern should assume a militant atR.USULI ASKS TO SURRENDER titude toward all forms of this debasing and degrading music." Tho famous bandit, Ralsuli, who , has been fighting the Spanls with J. K. BANGS DIES. tho Moroccan tribesmen, asked permission to open negotiations for Ills John Kendrlclc Bangs, famous husurrender. The first thing ho wished morist and lecturer, died recently In was tho cessation ot tho bombard- New York at tho ago of CO years. ment which had been very active Mr. Bangs had uppeared on pratlcal-l- y since the Spanish advance. But the all lycoum and Chautauqua circuits Spanish officers havo no confidence In tho country and was much ln deln him and believe he is only trying to mand as a speaker. Ho was a progain time. He made similar propo- lific writer and at various times servsals last September, at which time ed as editor of Harper's Weekly, Metoo fat to tight. tropolitan ho announced Magazine Puck. and n Probably his work ls "A House Boat on the Styx." GREENS KILL SIX soda-founta- in he-wa- s best-know- H8 i E28 Suffer? & n:4 Buffered SJ WoadersforMe," for "I " tune with womanlya loner weakness," says Airs. J. R Simpson, of 57 Spruce f,Ji i S BPf K5I 3 S St.,AsheviUe,N.C. "I finally got to the place where it was an effort for me to go. I would have bearing-dow- n pains In es- my tide and back jbvuij swvuw nvtva i back, and down in my side there was a great deal of soreness. 1 was nervous and easily upset. S B TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "1 heard of Cardu! and decided to use it," con- RP tinues Mrs. Simpson. "I saw shortly it was bene- filing me, so 1 kept it up and it did wonders for me. And since then I iiave been glad to praise Cardu!. It is the best woman's tonic made." Weak women need a tonic. Thousands and H . fA " YX Kl rj kA Hl S S ." thousands, like Simpson, have Mrs'. found ik Try Cardui for your w trou- - mm -..- piivV C. W. Tutfle ot Cambridge Idaho, six members ot his family havo now succumbed to With the death ot BUITAIN GETS BIG DOCK ALL DRUGGISTS thBrT.rr,X Hamburg, Fob. 11. What is said the world's largest floating dry home preserved greens at a birth- dock has been towed out of this port day party. This poison develops for Southampton. It ls a part of the when vegetables are not heated suf- reparation tor sinking of tho Gorman ficiently at tho time) ot canning. fleet at Scapa Flow. botullnus poisoning caused by eating to be F3 SeHS .ic.;.4? awsaMaBa wt. -- . t .'. ilF M. E. MINISTER reel measurements hnv been mado proving that tho speed of oloctrlc curronU along wires Is cental to the DIES tptod of llghtt nnmoly 18(5.000 mile a iouotul. Tills conclusion Is reached on the bails of modern electrical theory which postulates that light Is This thory an dactrlo disturbance. has bfn tested. In many ways and fthoro Is evory reason to btllovo Hint It jrlv s the corroot result regarding the propagation of an oloctrlc current along tho w'ro. J. W. Petty, SO, Succumbs At Jeffcrsonville; Former Kcntuckian. (LouliTlllo Ilernlil Feb. 12) Jeffersouvlllo, Ind. CAXNOX Wlbli NOT J. W, Petty ,90, tiled at 0:30 SEEK ItlMSI.KCTlOX o'clock jostardny morning at tho homo of his son, tho Rev. F. M. PetWashlnRtnn, Feb. 1.1, (Associated ty, "nt Norton Memorial M. E. Church Pross). "Undo Joe" Cannon, oldest parsonage. Death was due to old member of tho House, announced toage, according to Coroner Froman M. day ho would not bo a canldnto for Coots, and Mr. Petty had not been as Representative from tho noticeably worse hut was able to be Eighteenth Illinois District. up and about on Friday. The former Speaker announced his Sir. Petty was born In Henderson Intention to retire from politics-ian County, Ky. Later he lived for a few cloven-wor- d statement which read: years In Texas but returned to Ken"I am not a canldato for election to tucky. The body will be taken Mon- itho Sixty-eighCongress." day nftornoon to Mt. Vernon Church, Reports had been current for somo Ohio County, Ky., hlsformer home, tlmo that ho would seek another for burial, after brief funeral services term, but In reply to Inquiries Mr. held nt parsonage at 10 o'clock. Cannon always declared he had not For tho past eighteen years Mr mado up his mind ns to his plans. Petty had lived with his son who The Illinois Representative, one of for stven years was pastor of Rivers tho most plcturesquo 'and widely Memorial M. E. Church In Louis- known figures In Congress, will bo ville, for three years at Davis Memo- SG years old next May 7. He Is serving rial, nnd later at Jctfersontown, Ky., his twenty-thir- d term as a member whence he was transferred to of tho House, during eight years of last September by tho which ho was speaker. Louisville Conference. Miss Edith While Mr. Cannon in his stntement Loulso Petty, of Jeffersonvllle, and gave no reason for his anounced in Dr. C. R. Petty, physician for the tention to retire from public life, United States Coal & Coko Company close friends declared that ho had nt Lynch,. Ky., are children of the made the decision in the belief that n Rev. F. M. Petty, and his health and ago made a less strenof the aged Kentucklan. Mr. Petty's uous life advisable. Ho la expected father, F. M. Pe'ty, was a mlnistor 'to ralro to his home in Danville, 111., In the Methodist Episcopal Church after serving out his p'resent-term- . one hundred years ago. tin th grarcd-childre- PRICES REDUCED & JfT3W jyWatofifi-mifwwi - - at i ;i I $395.00 f. o. b. Factory FIFTY DOLLARS . TELEPHONE SWIFT AS LIGHT WAVES Hut Onc-Fifiir-- ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE All persons having claims ag'alnst the estate of Mrs. E. J. Moore, deceas- y Below the price of any other make of farm tractor. t ed, are hereby notified to present same to me, properly proven on or before March 25, 1922, or they will bo forever barred. J. L.' MOORE, Admr. The quostlon is frequently naked 34t3p innd seldom answored correctly as to the speed at which telephone and telegraph messages travel over long 106 PASS, 65 FAILED circuits such as that between Niw FOR SCHOOL DIPLOMAS York and San Francisco or a subma rine cable crossing the Atlantic ocean. . Measurements made by the Bell In the recent examinations held telephone engineers show that on the for Common School Diplomas at average about of a second Is re- Fordsville, Beaver Dam and Hartquired for a telegraph sounder In San ford, 106 pupils made grades entitlFrancisco to operate after the key Is ing them to certificates of graduaclosed In New York although the In- tion while G5 fell below the "required itial electrlcdl Impulse travels across grade. The 65 failures was not a the continent at the rate of 186,000 result to create surprise the number miles a second, this being the speed passing is rather the surprising feaof light. The propagation of tele- ture of the examinations, as such a phone currents, on the other hand, largo proportion of the applicants is much more rapid. The transcon- wre very young In years. The pupil tinental circuits are open wire and in any one of the graded schools re contain no loading coils and the cur- ceives about as much schooling In rent builds up in them almost two years as the average pupil In the so that telephone messages common schools receives in three are transmitted across the continent years, perhaps more. But as to how of a second or the average ran between the two, age in about practically the speed of light. In considered, we are not advised. loaded circuits and especially in caFollowing is a list of those who ble circuits, the telephone current passed: builds jip much more slowly. For Fordsvlllo instance, a cable circuit 200 miles in Floy Vandiver, Glenn Rogers, Gtl-llength may be as long electrically as Oiler, Gola" Basham, Clifton tho circuit which Daniel, Henry W. Bean, Bertha Bee-del- l, is over 3,000 miles In length. Corlnne Cole, Henry Daniel, Tho electric currents carrying tele- Delena Magan, Stewart, Lorena phone or telegraph messages repre- Wilbur Stone, Daisy Pflster, Henry sent a case In which "coming events Boswell, Ernest Stone, Louanna cast their shadows before." Along Dowell, Christine Wedding, Avery tho surface of the conductor, whether Sapp, Ellen Boswell, Ezra Meador, it bo open wire lino or in a submarine Isom Lake, Elizabeth Renfrow, Velma travel Westerfield, Alma Smith. cable, the electric impulses with the spsed of light. The amount Heaver Dam Carlos Embry, of current, however, which Is con- ' Allie P. Miller, ducted by the surface layer of tho James Simpson, Mildred TJreer, Cora wlro is extremely minute and Is not Everloy, V. M. Robertson, Hayward sufficient to operate a receiving in- Stevens, Virginia Stewart, Kathleen I can come down and bring pint but I'll wsrr the servlco of a sub- bort Cox should happen to say somestrument, whether tills bo a telephone Hatler. Delphi Brltt, Winona CMe-ma- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG of moonshine I think I shall a be able poena agatat. u peck of chicken feed thing nico (By I. D. Claire.) Benabout mo, or If Joo Thom-asso- n Inez Amos, Marvin Luck, receiver or syphon recorder. to compose their differences. that Howard has turned tho last two shaves his patrarchicnl beard, After the Initial Impulse has trav- nett Cohron, Vlrgle Couch, Lucile Issues of the paper over a dozen times do not fail to eled over the surface of tho wire, Couch, Opal Stewart, Violet Hoover, mention It. EveryI met an outstato editor Saturday, I saw Ed Barrass and Ranso Mar-- , looking for tho bead string. body likes to bo mentioned nnd every current in the same direction as this Charlos Stevens, Jewell Faught, Au-dr- a who remarked, "I recognize your earreader, especially those away from impulse proceeds to build up both Martin, Susanna Crabbo, Helen marks In Bead3 Oddly Strung, but tin horo Sunday and they wore both sober ,but I saw them before the upon tho surface and within the wire, Knight, Justice Amos, Marshall H is remarkable how ono's best homo, likes to read about somebody who writes that other rotten stuff, ' friends may fall him when put to ho knows. This is not n crltiri..... its growth taking place toward the William Luce, Karl Brown, Stray StreakB7" With a true spirit ninth hour of the day. ....... . ""v tho ncld test. Now there Is Hob i,,,t " ii center of tho wire. Tho rate at which Mabel D. Black, Maurice Taylor, of loyalty to an old friend and fellow-labore- r, """ao io taKo llborties with Alex Porter, Ad Howard, Specks Blackburn, chief enforcement officer! toikS t0 make tno old sheet personal, tho growth of current occurs on the Dorothy Williams, Edward Barrass, I replied, "tho editor's washHer and myself hold n conference for the Louisville district. Bob and'Why' 0VeP tno womenfolks will not surface of tho wire depends upon tho Clcono Pirtlo, Nathan Monroe, Boyce woman." down at Speck's place Saturday morn mo had been tho best of friends for oojeci io a little publicity If dell- electrical characteristics of C. Taylor, Salom Taylor, Paulino tho circuit. It being murh slowor In Hurt. My lazy and languid friend, Bud- ing nnd passed unanimously a reso- - years, and when Bob was appointed I cately given. a submarine cablo with largo electrithe aspersions naturally thought my droughty sea-ca- st Hartford. dy McFoag, remarked to m- tho lutlon condemning MARH STOLKX upon us In a recent Issue of this sn was over. Bob has barrels and cal capacity than In an open wire lino Thelma E3tes, Isabella Hoover, other day that he was tired of liv'Nol-H- o Jugs of confiscated stuff, I which has a relatively small capacity. Lois Wilson, Audloy Langford, ing, nnd when I asked him wny ho slanderous sheet. We also plunned ''ottles, and oorroi, 7 years old. nlinnl 1 itA nanney red, white nnd nUiddycolored, but ho i.mi The growth on the surface aUo ocar Wallace Llnnlo Wright. Orbra did not go down to the river and to get Fluke's ' "us iiibii, small blaze face. When G. drown himself he drawled out mourn- when he conies to Louisville. curs loss rapidly in loaded open wlro King, Morton Wulker, Lola The. "over offers me a driiii. taken from Centertown whoro hitchd lines. Tho Black, Ella Mno McQuary, Anna fully, "I am afraid something really other boys are going to glvo him a linos than In ed, on night of Fob. 12. had a tan sadpint of moonshine to take, homo with up of current within the Hedges, Konucth building Blrkhead, Cecil interesting might yet turn up; for Say, Mr. Editor, give us more perm on wlro follows its growth on tlio sur-fa- Fiilkcrson, Robert Richcson, Martlne Instance, tho repeal of the Volstead ' h,m aml whon ho &ots t0 t,,e del'01 I sonal stuff about the native down Notify with roll on front and roar. REGGIE McKlNNEV, Centor- am to nppear and., arrest him for there. If tho people aro complaining c. by a short Interval of tlmo which Johnson, Byron Henry, Ada law." town- transporting liquor. Wo'll teach! that miller Hagerman Is not taking depends upon tho slzo of the wlro and 34tlp Amble Roan, Randall Sander-fu- r, Charles Whlttaker, Helen Westhe metal of which It Is made. I am mortified at the break In the him how to traduce good citizens. enough toll or thnt Dill Schlommer A 1 M I XI KTH ATO Iff NOTICE After tho current within the wlro terfield, . L'thylon Thomas, Margaret formor friendship of my two good and especially how to Insult tho only Is making his loaves over weight, tell us about It. .When Dill Keeno or has built up to a certain etfectlvo val- Carter, Ruth Vance, Anna Howard, friends, F. McFluke and A. Cox. Here public officer to whom he might persons having claims All against for protection In tlmo of need. Frank Wallace or Nat Lhiitley, or the estate ue It becomes largo enough to operate Moody Ralph. Clifford Duff, Kell are two men who aro tolerably Intelof Ida Shrove, deceased, do- - Carson. Tim McCoy, Wilbur Bennett, ligent, fairly respectable, and reasontho receiving Instrument. Tho Jim Dyer Taylor como to town toll aro hereby notified to present same lay, therefore, which occurs In tho Malcolm Haw, Irene Stono, Mary ably sober, since tho passage of tho I don't like to strike a fellow who ua something personal about thorn, fo mo, proporly proven, transmission of messages by electric Dover, Anton Chlnn. C. B. Carden. Volstead act, and It would better be- is already down, but It looks liko Bat oven I( you haVQ to Invent a little. March 10, in22, or they on or before will be forcurronts results not becuuse' the Inl- - Nellie G. Wilson, AJIco Henry, Rogor come them to units for the promotion Nail must bo swinging on n pretty low Why, you did npMell us If Dlllls ever barred. And those knowing tal curront travels at a low speed but'TwoddolI, Miigdaltme Rannov, Dur- of world-peuc- o and the suppression limb when A. Cox refuses to accept Ward raised a big crop last season, .hemse yes to be indebted to said esthough I nearly know because nn appreciable length of time wood Campbell, Mnrlo Westerfield, of bootleggers than to ho assaulting his help In a time of need, did. I tate win please call and settle same, would not have' known ArthuVsKlrk at once. is needed for It to build up to an ef- Lillian Ftiin, Ruth Tichenor, Grif- each other's already. nono too secure fith Mitchell, Ernest Anderson, Edyth reputations. If they can avoid acI note Hqward Ellis' suggestion as was growing a musiacno if I had nut fective vnluo? This Feb. 1st, 1922. It may be.pointed out that no dl- - Hollo King." tual violence toward each other until to how to Improve theso paragraphs, seen him up town recently. If Al- - 32U u. S. CARSON. Adm'r. Second Required To Tnmsjult Word Across Continent. ji or - 1- -5 They are more universally used than any other farm tractor. They are giving better service and at a lower operating cost than any ; other tractor. '..'--There is a Fordson Service Station in this county. V Istan-tanous- ly one-fiftiet- any other make of tractor? There are many reasons why you should prefer a Fordson. (ASK THE MAN WHO OWNS ONE) Is there a Service Station in this county for ls trans-continent- al BOTH PHONES BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. -- BOTH PHONES I V x n, ml I ( led - much-horald- ... . non-loade- co Law-lunc- np-pe- al - rii . x