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NUMBER 35 FEBRUARY 24, 1922. patents and processes," ho said, "wa possible, and that tho attitude of the NEW SHOALS BID flamo that rescuers wore drlvon back SINN FEIN OARS the right to buy the properties If tho delegates surprised them. t. DEATH They watchbefore Its teiVlflc-heagovernment decided to sell after tho So strong wa3 the sentiment for ed helplessly as the great eighty-foo- t UP TO CONGRESS emergency. That was a necessary SPLIT ON PACT unity that a priest, who suggested TOLL IN AIR WRECK bag shriveled In tho flerco blaze of protection to ask, as they represented, that tho party leaders should be. detho liberated gas. The Roma was a our greatest assets and wo wero posed If necessary to keop the orwall of flamo a city block long and anxious they should not bo mado ganization intact, received applause. of gallons of until tho thousands Alabama Power Company's available to a competitor." Airship Roma In Flames As chemicals, and water had checked tho Year Delay In Election BOOM IS OX 01 L Offer Barrier In Proposed ;To Await holocast It was Impossible to reach It Crashes To Earth, LOCAL SCHOOL PAPER THE ItOAD AGAIN tho comrades mangled and dead In Ford's Way Developments. MAKES FIHST APPEARANCE Prevents Rescue. that fiery fumlce. Operations havo been commenced beThe. ship left no passenger list The H. H. S. (meaning Hartford by Scott & Hlckey, oil operators of hind her when she set out for a brief Toledo, Ohio, on tho farm of James An- High School) Wizard a paper edit20. WASHINGTON, Feb. Dublin, Feb. 21. There is a posNorfolk,, Va., Feb. 21. Thirty-fou- r trial run from Langloy. She Is of Harted and managed by the high school Patton, five miles north-eatomen wore killed, eight were In- known to havo carried many officers sibility that a split in tho Sinn Fein ford. The excitement has started In nouncement by Secretary Weeks Congress students, made Its Initial appearance day that ho would submit to treaty will be jured seriously r.nd three wero un and men as passongers, however, In over tho Anglo-Iris- h last week. The Journal Is a credit our little city. The oil men aro comAs avoided. Tho Ard Fhois, national mencing to como in from different tomorrow for acceptance or rejec- to thoso responsible for Its make-up- , injured or only slightly bruised when niiiiitlnn to her operating crew. commandtion the Alabama Power Company's Sinn Fein convention, which met at the giant army airship Iloma, with alio roso from the. field her had the mansion house today to define fields and aro hustling to secure offer to purchase and lease the Mus-cl- o and should prove a big boost for tho her crew and a number of civilians, er leaned out to' signal that heIs It Is planned to issue it leases. Shoals nitrate and waterpower school. pejsons aboard. It In all, aboard, forty-tou- r the attitude of tho Sinn Fein clubs totaling forty-fiv- e The shallow well owned by projects submitted to him Tuesday, monthly during the remainder of tho not Include ono civilian on tho treaty, whether for a free ho did plung d today from a thousand feet present semester. & Co., which was drilled to tho car-- 1 stato or a republic, adjourned until depth of 402 feet over four month3 added to the possibilities of further or moro In tho air to the ground at on tho ship and that sho actually delay In Congress of consideration forty-fivrlcd tomorrow with Instructions to the ago has been cleaned out and parkthe Hampton Roads naval base. KESUJENCE BURNED of Henry Ford's offer. was Officers who knew personally leaders of tho two parties to come presumably Tho accident ed and Is said to be doing eight barThe Alnbama company's offer, It and enlisted many of the officers y.n..oo,l l,v i. Iirnknn rllllller nild as tllO and devlso a plan to keep tho Tho residence of Mr. John Chaprels per day. Tho deep wells on the was said, would be addressed tomor " Sinn Fein organization united. huge dirigible plunged to earth It men woro uname io luenuiy u Carter farm which were drilled in row to the speaker of the House and man, near McIIenry, was destroyed victims so badly charred n olec ono of tho Tho unexpected outcome was due moro than twelve years ago capsized across a and president of tho Senate and be re- by fire Friday morning of last week. to death trie line, bursting Into a roaring fur- was each virtually cooked when the to tho direct Initiative of the meeting which have produced thousands of ferred bylhem probably to the Mili- A portion of the household articles; of wreckage by In tho mass In general and was not prompted nace of blazing hydrogon gas. Tho barrels of oil aro still a paying pro- tary Affairs Committee of the House wero saved from tho flames. encompassed ue the leaders. After Eamonn Long after dark tonight, many explosion and flames position. The people here are ex- and Agricultural Committee of the loss Is partly covered by Insurance. Vnlcra had presented a resolution pecting a big boom within tho next hours after her fall, tho ship was thoiu. Mr. Chapman suffered painful Senate, both of which aro investithe formal part of still a mass of flames from end to . Only those Incompartment of tho pledging ndhorence to tho constitu- few weeks. gating the Ford proposal. Chairman burns ln attempting to extinguish tho. in mass. The fire tho operating mi nf lmr 410-fotion adopted by tho Ard Fhels . lives. 1917, looking to "International reKahn announced tonight that the fire. r...i on tho million cubic feet of gas ship had a chanco for their t House body would Include its study were Injured severely by cognition of Ireland as an indepen- IF UNITED STATES which distended tho great bag for Several practl-toscu- o out of the Ford offer before undertak- LOCAL GIRLS' AGAIN the flight nnd made all nttompts at Jumping but three came discharged dent republic." and stated his objecDISTRICT ATTORNEY ing hearings on the now proposal, cally unhurt and woro tions to the treaty on republican prinwork futllo. HUMBLE GREENVILLE but would not report them separate Barely n dozen of thoso nboard from tho hospital within a fow hours ciples, the debate, unlike tha discusset- Is To Be From" Tho Fourth District ly to the House. ,....,. irU-oun alive, nnd ono of after tho disastor. sion Hi tho Dall'Elreann, did not High Takes Second Garnet "Why Not Make' It An Ohio The plan In recommending accept- Hartford Lieutenant Burt, who, with Cap- - tle down into an examination of the .H. .1 nit tho way to the hos-- l i,n Couch Middle's From County Man? ance or rejection of tho offers to the was tho principal pilot of merits and demerits of tho treaty. All of those who survived tho tain Uecd, Vital. Quintette. Ho full membership of the House, the Arthur Griffith, president of the fire escaped by Jumping as tho ship tho Homa, was ono of these. a few Until tho last few, weeks, the peronly be to prepare struck. The others, penned In tho jumped when tho ship was civilian. DalL Eireann, replying, to Mr. De sonal of the e successor of W. V. chairman said, would proposals ConThe Hartford High School girls, a Joint report on all bag, woro burned yards from tho ground. A that the 'treaty Valera, reasserted hull of tho fallen by a member of the klan of also escaped unhurt, as mvA Troinnd the opportunity It Gregory, United States District At- gress might receive. In this man coached JRoy Hurley, t0 drnti, torney for tho Western District of ner, it was explained, the Ford of equalrlghters that was not, but now did Master Sergeant Peek. needed. Tl.lrty-ti.re- e Bodies Found. Kentucky, had been apparently set- fer would remain ln the committee's Is, Miss Florence Nelson, took coach tho Of the or y- - ivo who finally were brought ln-- 1 Cheers from both sides greeted tled. It seemed a forgone conclusion The flames , preventing action, by tho Ed Dlddle's High School Girls of hands, u.r -- "'- - -- " to submission by three fire depart- - Langie neiu tue SUBEe8tlon of Father Gaynor, an that Judge McKihzie Moss, of Bow- House until all proposals the war Greenville Into camp for tho second j survived the fought them with cheml- - "oon, only eleven Influential member of the standing ling Green, would succeed Mr. Gre- secretary might submit were Investi- time by the score of 8 to 7. This riLtits. ' who .. . .lent. Some of tnese, moro .. Inmmittpo. - . ii. enmnosed of bothe sup- - gory, D time It was on the local court and It .iniu iiisii ......- caia. but these plans were foiled a gated. cots at .we opponent8 of the treaty, wreckage, which consist- - than alive, lay on their and lng un tho happened Wednesday night, the 22- --- weeks ago when, unannounced, few Weeks Sees Setter Offer." nt.au.. ,! f amrrnlv more thunvthe aluml- - United htaies i umic th .year.; Postponement ..of Judge Moss accepted the position of The gamo was fast and full of ., . ... . .... . i n. , . .. Mr. Kahn said fie expected to conHnsnimi wiin . burned and broken . proveu mm. i..c anu u.u uiucn; num rramoworit cm the elections ana Commissioner of Internal clude the hearings on Mr. Ford's of- thrills. No game was ever played Assistant swnu.eu ... ""'"" of the convention was for Revenue. motors of the once proud ship of the Umi.s better ' Since the announcement fer this week and would immediate on the local court wherein w 1th cream aentiment wreckage lay the bad their aces smeared organUaUon ln vlew of tt Within tho appointment to, and his accept ly begin an examination of that from guarding was witnessed, at least that of his r '"' " bodies, practically all charred beyond to "ll6Ve)U!ra( possible eventualities and that it ance of this position many possible Company which is the general verdict of the fans and lajr , before the night ferlng, dlffIcuU or Mr Da candidates for the position of Dis- the Alabama Power But recognition. old- ba Secretary Weeks Indicated today .fanettes. Neither was It an atbodies had unconscious with only and Mr Grl,mh t0 reach an trict Attorney have been mentioned ln Had passed thirty-thre- e son. oi uu w awe to offer" ln some time motnernuDoara All who eyes visible ent avoldns disruption of Ithfl nubile press of the State. But considered a "better of Henry Ford, tain No sir! they mixed it up, it been removed accounting for the last respects than that "e' tak- - talk .were of thoso who wero known to havo tho organization on which Ireland, none, so far mentioned have seemed merits of each offer he transmits was a rub and it looked to us like thej Re ard on v. ho wa s MaJ. J- the qr en flight on tho fatal voyage. to meet with general approval. The will be made known to Congress by best team won. Almost , every atcabin athotme of ho Accounts of survivors and of eye- - the control mlnlster8 and Ireiand, might general trend of press comment, tempt at passing and team play was said that the work 0f tho letters of transmission accepting the broken-u- p tQ re,y witnesses as to what had happened accident, early ln the effort. Harry seems to indicate that the appointee proposals. appeared to agree tonight that 7 nearly said was the eleventh. If De Valera argued that elections at should be a Fourth District man. Burt House committee today lnter- - May (we The "Lieutenant structure of the stern huge klte-lik- o the present would be unfair because the he is to be a Fourth District man rogated J. O. Hammitt, vice president man on the floor) was the eleventh" Mabry wero at their wheels, - on rudder. Itself as largo as a bomb- - Major said, "the ship gave a duck Irish people would have only the why not make it an Ohio County-othe floor, making the decl-ma- n? the Mr NUratea corporation, a lng plane, had slipped to one side as vaguest Idea of what they were of throughout the game. Harrr LiMiiirv of the American Cvanamid I saw Lieutenant Burt pull with ba Ron,; drove along a thousand. and exchange for the republic We have a man In our midst that A, ,Tnln1 whn HoffimlPl calls a good game, there has not all his mlght.on the elevator lever fered in army base. ' feet above the did his best to meet requirements of from' any II. yelled out 'she won't ' respond Michael Collinsand indicated that he measures -up to the of qualification, the rights of the former concern to been a kick onorhis work during tne She was making a trial flight with coach One b this objection the office- ln point motors 2 at visiting team plant No. and then 'cut the elections be training, and adaptability, ln the per- purchase nitrate a new battery of Liberty motors. was an off I heard the motors shut off and did not Ieslre that the Muscles Shoals upon as favorable whole season. If there given the-They were installed to replace Ital-'onto give a son of Attorney, side decision it was not acIf the motors had rushed but was unable wo struck. government might elections. He C. E. Smith. It is certain that the terms as tho ian engines bought with her In Italy.; then enterprises. home team, and we are not saying been shut off we would have, hit guarantee against long as the elec- Incumbent will be called upon to un- - cept from other private but wheh have not proved sat.sfac-.n, any. pointed out that so Hd submitted a contract signed by there were' p tory. Installation was completed at i"o eruu.m uu.. was as follows: tions were delayed it was open to aenaKe a mors The line-ul0m ., e"'u'-- , tho corporation and War Department wpnks flCO. t ....im. flnl.l turn Greenville the supporters of De Valera to de- ment of the prohibition laws of the NOTI1KBK REWATi unde date of June 8m8i Hartford It was just before 2 o'clock when. 7 Has not Mr.J 3 .. P Tlnsley feat the provisional government In Federal Government. r..v tQ buUd the p,ant Barnett those below at tho army base at 0 2 the D'all Eireann and that defeat by Smith fully demonstrated his capahH- P Doxter ex- - Clark wh,fch contalned a Bect,qn Hampton Roads, their attention 0 meetings I oyen one vote on. a mluor .point would ltles for such a task by his splendid, C Clemmon3 3 Tho carina nf rnvlv.il ....v prlvlIeges t0 the alr Carter .... Ml .. caught by tho approaching thunder --- . xTrt .Tin c.nvnrmYpriL io resiKU. At-- , 0 0 G Head services, while Commonwealth prop- - King , tp "commence ,"ubBldlary to buy the of the six motors, Jooked the same torney? It is the concensus of opln-- ; IT- -, 0 G Ford g0,d by tUe govern. Kirk be was Ion of people, who aro familiar with j the Roma dip down ,Subs for Hartford Howard and ' ' gress ;rmUch good is being done points and charged De Valera flight. They agreed tl a Yesteruays ro, , trying to avoid a dneHrton by the the facts, that tho State prohibition jmT;ila constltuted a solomn and Henry; for Greenville, Smith and In that communis. seemed to havo slipped bodily down resented this and laws were more strictly enforced Brooks. No changes woro made la ,.. aCTOem0nt." nnd to one sldo. .. Mr. - Hammitt players during the game, thoso startmeeting the objection of Collins nnd the Sixth Judicial District, man in general revival of spiritual Interest viito,i . ...v auu.i.j, i,mmv guaran-Mls- s Mlssrd Safely By Few Yards. thoy most any section of tho Stato. This Bdiu, acceptance ing going the whole routo. Three of " The ship nosed steeply down. As in tho church. Tho preaching by Griffith that Lloyd could not George would not result was brought about, in a great by tho government thru Is tee that Mr. Alpha Cochran. Evangelist, proposal, the corporation the points made by Tlnsley for Greenthat u measure at loast, by tho efforts of of the Ford she camo closer It was seen ....... her , . ...'iirinirim. rasiiiu nmi is much com- - . force elections, conienueu mut would reluctantly Instruct Its attor ville wero on free throws. . held wl:naur the crew was hurling ousanuiromiuo ceu,d Something went wrong with tho Mr. Smith. The other duties of the neys to resist such action In the -!.ports in tuo irasuo launu sanction of tho Dall Eireann and tlia office are in lino with the training, timekeeper's waterbury according, to . .. -- I.. nt ilin cm en lmtu'eoil Vices. courts. He asserted that a decision CU UlU cuvuii.it, " "" i army. practice and experience of our fellow kept tab on the by tho government to disregard tho several fans who also keel and back, the living and op- her Suosequent speakers reinforced tho Countyman. Aside from the training agreement would reduce the standard time and If the time noted by said BEBECOA MARKS, MltS. eratlng quariurs ui mu d...i. Tho scores made by LONG ILL, SUCUUMHS plea that the. leaders should endea- which especially befits Mr. Smith for of business morality to a lower do- -. fans was correct three hlunt nose of tho bag did not diPPlne vor to avoid a split, the most nota the position, he Is yet a young man, gree than over had been approachod tho visiting girls wero landed in tho rrsnond. On the ishlp camo, un ox- active and vigorous overtime played. If there was an erMrs. Rebeca Barnott Mark wld- - ble bolng priests, who, without checked In her glldo earthward, head mnttor' Wo d0 not know whether Mr. by a private concern. ror In tho tlmo It was no fault of of the, late J. W. Marks )l Louis- - ceptlon took'lhls lino. Tho ov Claim Trior BlRht. first. Her commander coiuu nnt apGreenvlllo's however, as tho Prophet that.vllle. died at her home In Crestwood finally was settled by the lntervenof Smith will bo an applicant lor feel feet fore; ho fow He declared the proposal to "give kept tho time and If thero was an erpointment to the position, but v m0 Tues ay February tlon of Richard Mulcahy, minister the wat-- 1 near dropped her n man who did nothing ror In tlmo we do not suppose. It -- defense and head of the army. Mr. sure he would not decline the position the plant to - -- i.. "give ers of tho bay and comparative sate- duration. " as the fellow whoso first Mulcahy framed a resolution direct- should it be offered him. Ohio is to develop It," and In addition, ! meet tonight and tho largest Republican county ln the him the cheapest water power on the name Is Elijah and the next Thomas Mr- -. Marks was a daughter of the ing that tho leadors the'hlgh double .wires Sfov continent," would bo a would not, on purpose, pull that sort IghUver electric line. They, lato Lowry Barnett, bom and seek a basis of agreement for sub Western part of the State, and Is cer American of lie to substantial recognl violation of tho government's pledge of stunt. tainly entitled od In Ohio County, near Beda. and mission tomorrow a 2 300 .volt current. The corporation which resld-?Z- d Several loading members of both tlon ln the soleclon of Federal ap to the air nitrates Homa'a oso shed with its aluminum .has many relatives and friends ho declared, had placed Its every fa- MOOBMAN LADY TAKES County. sides, questioned later, expressed pointees. 'In In various parts Of tho thrust into the wires, broke WOOD ALCOHOL, DIES If the appointment Is to come- to cility at tho disposal of the country to Mrs. T. S. doubt as to tho possibility of accom. MP flattened to earth She was a sister-in-lahowever, the Fourth District, and It Is logically when the war needs, were greatest,, Mr. Collins, modation. ind roied over, and the next moment , Marks of this olty. corpoMrs. Ruby Allen, wife of Chester Burial of the x remains will take" was strongly of tho opinion, which and politically, entitled to It, no bet He explained that the nitrates as of an explosion and company Allen, died at her home nt Moorman, came tie noise Louis-- 1 ho voiced forcibly, that the situation . tor man can be found therein than ration and the cyanamld In Cave Hill Cemetery, monoy on government con Inia Iklnntlnv nvanlni nf uffwl nlrnlinl flames burst out along tie hull pjae. would so Improvo that throe months our townsman, III fact wo are of the had lost I spaco. Impossible opinion that no more suitable man tracts, nnd denied statements pre .poisoning, deliberately administered " -hence unltod decisions to tho There was a rush of men can be found In tho Western part of viously mado before the committee-tha- by her own hand, so it Is said, early now. mlcht then be reached. FiKTKKX POUNDS OF COIN --. rescue innu.i the ten men who created the ln tho day. Mrs. Allen was about 22 n out and ar-- the State, Despite the FOUND IN MAN'S POCKETS vv lmHo beyond formor concern had mado profits ag- years of age and an attractive woman. .limn. soRslnn ln tho cold and draught wire3 gregating $2. 000,000 from a capital Juit ns the Homa nearoJ the hlch Funeral services wore conducted Boston, Feb. 21. Coins weighing hall, the general tona of the conven DISABLED OFKICEH AID men wero "seen to leap from two from tho home Wednesday moraine, BILL PASSES SENATE of $1,000 or $100 each. pounds were found today ln tion was unexpectedly harmonious. tho flfteon up in her slanting hull. As Tho witness explained that their after which Jhe remains wore convoylining of the cloth- It Is unquestioned that the rank and flaming monster writhed In tho pockets nnd Washlngton, Feb. 12. Tho Bur-su- nitrates subsidiary was formed in ed to Equality, this County, whoro stricken, ing of Solon R. Handy. 92 years old, file are earnestly desirous to prevent agony ten moro drop-po- d bill, giving disabled emergency order that the holders o! cyunuintd Interment took pluco shortly attor her first death peddler, by attendants In tho hospital a split and every movo toward the doors or ports . or thru company stock might be protected In noon. from whero he was treated after being continuation of unity was' heartily officers of the American expeditionfabric sides Mrs. Allen was tho daughter or holes they tore in tho money, in applauded. adjournment ary forces tho same retirement privi- failed to be carried out, but added Just before leaped struck by a taxlcab. The that enclosed them. Some onglnos nlckles, dimes, quarters . and half both Mr. Do Vnlora and Mr. Collins leges as regular army officers was that ln each case the contracts were Mr. and Mrs. Clarke Igloheart anil V from tho platform where the besides her husband Is survived by dollars, as well us a fow foreign admitted thoy had entered the meet passed today by the Senate, 50 to 14, filled 100 per cent. stood, far out from the hull. "All we asked for the use of the ono child. lng bellovIiiK a compromise was Im- - and transmitted to the House. pieces, amounting to $184. of the. gas So swift was the flare st Hol-broe. high-tensioot ,i to-bI It .,..' J j w ... ' '" Jw . lo-e- d. '""?"" J tnei """ ", n'in f -- ,,,, P'- ss o, ot "i';; C' - - .i Z fZ: J i"i I SSdtar. iL ""' " ttZ w - to-da- y. t .- long-draw- m S V tic fowl In 1912. Sho has now minot deductible. grated nnd rotumed to mo each WASHINGTON COMMENT Farmors, rangon, herders, dairyspring and ha raited four families men, truck gardeners, vineyard and hilli: IS DISCOVERED In five summers two eights nnd two orchard owners, and other food pronines. ducers must ciMnputo their net nnd "I haven't cried yet I" "My friend, to soe my pets return gross Incomes for 1021 nnd ascertain 1 Tlrnvn ivnrila frnni to mo year after year for food mill L0,,,. whether tin lncomo tax return, or it L pshaw, Carolyn Wild Fowl Flock To Home protection nftor they have evidently victim of the. Knickerbocker Thoator tax, or both, aro due. All gains, proshlod around and outwitted thousands Of Man Who Treats disaster. Miss Upsliaw made a plucky fits, and Income derived from tho Subscribe For Your Home Paper of hunters who hid In nmbuih for fight for her life, hut her Injuries snlo or oxchnnge of farm products, Their Woundo thorn, and to seo'wlld geese como stronger than her body, and whothor produced on the farm or THE timna Itlarwltur nttrl itltli Inns ImnV. t wore purchasod nnd resold, must be Insho has passed on. ,. ,, - ., ., . vji, iiiuivi'n iiiu ii'ui nun iity wurit ia Tho heritage of true courage Bhe cluded In gross Income. When n Newborn. N. C, Feb. 18. A tag really worth while." leaves should ho more than an In- farmer exchnngos his products for during a number of verso, from the spiration both to her contemporaries grocorlos, clothing, or other merchan-- i scriptures and tho namo of James For Tho Children. and those older. They should be n dlse, tho fnlr market valu of such JMinor, ICIngsvlllo, Ontarla, found tied battle-cr- y to the city fathers of every goods must be Included. Profit re4o tha les of a wild duck killed by Too much care cannot ho exorcised -- ANDGlydo Keener Jones in scfecting n cough medicine for chil- municipality, urging them on to ade- ceived from tho salo of farm land, or of Trenton, County, nonr hero has brought to dren. It should be pleasant to take, quate inspection ot all places ot pub rent rccelvd for the uso thorof, must light the oxlstenco of a havon for contain no harmful drug and most ef- lie assembly nnd to ruthless con be included. In determining Income, upon which lilld foul on tho north shore of Lake fectual In curing their coughs and demnation of all structures which tho tax Is assessed, the farmer may to which tho foathered tribes colds. Long experience has shown cannot be demonstrated safe beXrie deduct from gross Income all necesyond n doubt. flock lu huge numbers. Mr. Keener that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Three hundred persons In tho sary expenses Incurred In the operawrote. Mr. Miner advising him of the meets theso conditions. It is a faKentucky's Greatest Newspaper. Knickerbocker, 97 crushed to death, tion of his farm during the year 1921. finding of tho tag. vorite with many mothers. m 130 badly Injured; suppose tho Those Include cost of cultivation, harTin; latter In nu answering letter m Knickerbocker had been filled to Its vesting, and marketing of his crops, stated that wild ducks and geese stop BRITISH 1021 LABOR LOSS capacity of nearly 2,000? Suppose and cost of feed nnd fertilizer used. his farm during the course of at IS 80,000,000 DAYS the moving picture house which you their migratory journeys nnd that ho attend has a beam that Is creeping, Chronic Constipation. birds ara the best friends. and the London, Feb. IS. About SG.O00,-00- 0 creeping away from Its support? Thero nro people who novcr havo a He said ho had built a pond for tho working day were lost as tho and that ho feeds result of labii.' iliEpufes In tho Unit- Suppose your child Is nightly sitting movement of the bowels without It Is leathered tourists them 500 bushels of corn each year ed Kingdom last ytnr. says the L ibor beneath a sword of Damocles In the produced by a cathartic. Most ot form of a concrete roof and a steel them have brought that condition during1 their two months stay at his Gazette today. A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comtruss, which may any moment drop on themselves by the use of mineral ?lacs- This is tho Arotust loss of workplete telegraph and cable service covering the world. Its victims beyond recog water.- and strong cathartics that take Itit-c- l 'ng tine from t'iaf cause ever re- and crush Pander's Letter. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentoo much water out of tho sstem nnd nition? Air. Miner's letter, In part, follows: corded In tho B'ltl.'h Isles and h tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news The world has been told how they aggravate tho disease thev aro meant "Ttiunk you for having reported it.ore than thr'e Mines that of of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marfinding the tag. I now have tags re ear. Tin number cf workers in- - died, theso victims of some one's er- to relieve. A mild laxative tonic like ror, but not In what shape the falling Chamberlain's Tablets affordb i gene and vo'vod was about 1.800 000. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most relialumed to mo off compares with a loss of 2V masses left them; nor can It ever be tle movement of the bowels th'.t you ducks from North Carolina to HudThis ble authorities on these special subjects. hardly realize has been preauetd by son Bay. In several1 Instances tho 000,000 working bonis in 1320 wh:i told. It Is too horrible to tell. a med'eine, and their uses 's iut so Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with You, Mr. Citizen; you, Mrs. Moth tags have been found by Indians In aiif.it 2,000 000 w;rker? we,-- involver, are directly concerned. a daily newspaper that interests every member of It Is likely to bo followed by constipa tha Far North after shooting th ed in laboi dilutes. m your business. It Is your child who tion. 5Irds and they havo taken thorn to the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you, may be tho next victim; If not, It is Periodic Bilious Attacks. Hudson Bay agents, who forwarded want in addition to your local paper. your friend, your relative, your husthem ta inc. DEPARTMENTS GIVE Persons subject to periodic bilious band or wife. With the memory of If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to "I have had tags returned from LIVING COST FACTS twenty-thrc- o your remittance. different States and attacks will observe that their appe- those pitifully brave words In your Vrovlnces, tho farthest South being tite falls them Just before an attack. ears, of tho little heroine who, with Order your subscription through Cuydun, La., and tho farthest West That is, they do not really crave food legs crushed so badly that she died, StntNtirx I'nne We Have "Turned but eat because It Is meal time. If smiled in her agony and said, "I The Corner" In Return 3eing Englefield, Saskatchewan. THE REPUBLICAN, To .Voiinalcj. "I try to tag all tho birds that they will eat only a light meal and haven't cried yet," do you cry, with no meat, then take two of Chamber n loud voice, to those in authority, Hartford, Ky. spend somo t,ime at my place. Forty Washington. Feb. 17 Julius H. per wnt of those that I tag In the lain's Tablets tho attack may be and see to it that they allow you and m yours to assemble only In safe halls Barnes, former wheat director, call tall return to mo the following avoided. & so shall Mis? Upshaw and 93 oth ing attention to the rise of wheat 12 spring. Others stay hero all tho lne ktoM concern to the Immigrants' Um, In spite of the fact that tho Mamma What did you learn at ers not have been crushed to death cents and corn 2 conts in a week's BORING MAY END period, says: "It is time to quit tellIn vain. grows very cold. As I am cooking school today? cFr,D''eIat,ves'',n, ..,..-- . Vni PAIMn viVlVU 1 t CnHniid ..I... t0) t,,e Public . " May There wasn't any session to- ing the farmer that he is bankrupt. writing you there are about seventy- uri- - iiiauo against uw.iub nuii-r.-tho Hungarian Emigration Bureau It takes nil kinds of legislators to It is time to quit telling Industry that Sivo wild geese and forty ducks feed- uay; leacner was sick. Mamma The grip, I suppose? make a government, and it would be thero is no farm market. All farm KlhuiKi To Be Plercetl; Trj'ToSoUe for permitting tho emigrants to go to ing within fifty feet of in. They May No ma'am, Indigestion.-Catholl- c a sad world If everyone Amorica In tho face of tho facta that-- , thought selling prices are on the keeping a small hole open In the iro Heat, Sterna Mineral and they know tho quota had been ejJJ The department of labor reports Standard and Times. alike. David Harum said "a certain jtond and they are depending on me Other Riddles ceeded. number of fleas is good for a dog; that returns from 1.12S facortles, food. lor Tho relatives of these emigrants keep3 him from broodln' on beln' a. employing more than COO persons Honking Heard For Mile. ls.tww dog," and perhaps A certain number each. Indicate that an almost 5 per Honolulu, T. H., Feb. IS (Asso- are preparing an appeal for help to "If took mo sovoral years to get of legislators with curious notions of cent gain in employment has been ciated Press). Extensive drillings President Warren O. Harding. Hie birds coming. At last, however, constructive legislation are good for made since the first of the year. Into the great active volcano & small ot bunch camo and they apparNearly all industries, outside of steel, Kllauen, on tho Island ot Hawaii, will a government! ently told others, until their little A bill has been introduced in the textiles and railroads, increased their bo undertaken during 1922 In an Jlock grew Into a small cloud. In I National Legislature which, should labor forces. In Detroit, center of endeavor to determine the heat of iaet, I have seen the wild gesso rlso By JONATHAN BRACE It be passed (which It won't) would the automobile Industry, tho increase tho volcano, thu quanity of steam For Infants and Children up; so. thick that, you could scarcely XLVIII. TERRITORIES prohibit the flying of kites in the was 89.9 per cent; In Sioux City, underneath the mineral constituents In sea through them, and their honking Use Years HE Story Iowa, 21 per cent and in San Fran and. to solvo othnr related questions. District of Columbia. cnuld he heard a mile away. 1 of our entreating cisco, 14.8 per cent. Chicago was Prof. T. A. Jaggar, Jr., Government Always bears A Harvard professor is "During tho last six or seven years the Stntes" would the legislature oCthe old Bay State Xo listed with a 4 per cent Improvement Volcanologlst at Hawaii, announced Signature of vf&fe&U not be comI havo fed them In tho months of pass a bill which will deny to children among 40 cities reporting increases. hero today. of plete without March and April 500 bushels The bureau ot labor statistics reunder 13 years of age the privilege n brief menA fund of $S,000 has been raised ecrtt- - When the birds stop off hero of going to the: drugstore and buying ports that In tlhi past' 18 months there to defray tho expense or the- experi- V. S. TROOPS IX HAWAII tion of the Ih'cy seem to .leave nl fear behind a stick ot candy without written per- has been a 1915 per cent cost of liv- ments, $3,000 having been contribother terri COST $11, 720,182 YEAR them. Even strange birds, visiting tory of mo United Stntes, which ing drop. A further fact comes to uted by John Brooks Henderson, mission from their parents. my placo for tho first time, let mo Is not included In the actual Now it only remains for some one light through reports of automobile scientist, of Washington, D. C, and come within a few feet of them. They Honululu. T. H., Feb. 18. Uncle ight states. The biggest ot to introduce a measure requiring a license offices, the purchasing of now the remainder having been given by! Sam spent I11.729.1S2.71 evidently havei been told by the to maln-tnl- n these territories la Alaska, with federal license for all children who cars being Justly regarded as a baro- IIllo and Honolulu business men. his khakl-cla- d that there is no danger. an area of 500,88-- square miles. nephews In tho wish to play marbles, and the dignity meter of good times. Maryland rehuge region "Tho places of most Interest aro Hawaiian Islands during ,1921, i "It la a great sight to see all these This domination was under Ruslegislative ports a 14 per cent increase in Jan and seriousness of our 1807 whvn sian until tho ground Is hot from recent cording to the disbursement reports People for miles birds together. processes will be upheld to all the uary tag sale for 1922 over the to or ancient volcanic activity,' Profes- - of the' Hawaiian the United States purchased it Department of tho around havo heard of what I am dofor $7,200,000, or less than two tal of 1921. world! sor Jaggar said In explaining the pro- Army, which wero mado public to ing and thousands havo come to see cents an acre. There wns some m posed drillings. day. the sight. Even theso strangers can grumbling at tho time by a few VIEWS ON WOMEN A scald burn, prsevere cut heals "Borings. tvtIII bo undertaken at the Of tho total expenditures, $1,200,-00- 0 courts within forty or fifty feet of the congressmen over "adding a reslowly If neglected. The family that sulphur banks, at several places In went to answer the peronnlal wild birds without causing them any frigerator to the United States." The movement for lower heels on the bottom keeps a bottle, ot Ballard's Snow Lini ' ot KHauea crater and In cry ot the soldier: 'When do we cat?' But the refrigerator has been frfeht. Not ii single bird ever has ment on hand. Is always prepared for women's shoes is making progress as tho region of recent lava flows at Kau found to be well stocked with Tho largest item of food exponso Witfrshor on my premises and tho Price 30c, 60c and anyone who walks about and ob- desert. gold, coal, forests and fisheries, T such accidents. was for frozen beef, which cost leffft&jrwtl tourists seom to know, that A so that Alaska has proven a I $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- - serves at all much realize. "It is aimed to penetrate tho sur-fac- o when thoy stop dff hero they are on young woman walking on ty Drug Co. m profitable Investment whore tho lava flows aro ot neutral ground. heels ot reasonable height is no long- known date, Huwull, like Alaska, Is a reg- - I so to learn what Doctors. Wounded Birds. ulur territory. In 1803 thero 4 er the odd exception. A girl mincing changes MRS. . W. TIDWEIJi INCOME TAX FACTS. of temperature underground "Of course this Is not so with was a successful revolution j along tho street In d shoes have taken placo with the passago of surrounding territory, to tho against tho Hawaiian queen, and The new requirement ot the In looks like a cripple, a travesty of her- time. it provisional government wns 4 uver which I have- no Jurisdiction. I come tax law that returns shall be self, an awkward, helpless, rM.culous "This is tho most important scienformed under American proteo havo seen men shoot and wound a made of gross Income of 5,000 or creature, who has exchanged - her tific and practical problem Involved tlon. In 189S, ut tho request of dock or a gooso and I havo seen the tho population, Hawaii was an-- J more regarding less ot the ar'.ount birthright of grace and beauty- and In the borir- -i how hot Is tho volbird make a desperate effort to reach nexed to tho United States. of net Income upon which the tax Is womanly strength for a silly notion. cano and what aro tho steam and my placo. Sometimes they succeed Ohioi State Journal. Porto Rico, Guam and the Philassessed, necessitates careful compuwator conditions undor an active voland permit mo to doctor thorn. At ippines were ceded to the United on tho part o fthe taxpayer. tation cano? times thoy fall to tho ground 1S09 ns u result of the 'W-Jinoother States In are much like grand opera. "Gross income" Includes practical"Tho practical side of tho knowl Spanish-America- n war. Porto tfore they can reach tho safety ly every dollar received by the tax- You con't han to undorstartd 'cm in edge of underground tomnoraturo Rico and the Philippines are dezone. payer during the year 1921 in sala- ordor to enjoy 'em. Baltimore Sun. which the borings will clve. denends pendencies nnd not territories. "Lam opposed to deliberate slaughries, wages, commissions, rents, royTheir local affairs nro administer ot ducks and geese just for thu "Why Isn't a woman put at tho on whnt is learned as to chemical ac tered by a legislature of two alties, Interest on bank deposits, cash tivity which maintains tho high jaka of shooting thorn. Wo've gut houbes nnd they tire repic-cMe- d dividends on stock, "or Income from head of the Weather Bureau? Reguin such a boring after tho to liu careful und'call a halt to this u woniau In the United States by resident any so"urce whatsoever." "Net in lating the weather i. a ground Is opened to air. It high Jvwtructlon, for unless wo are caro-fu- l enjoy. KansM City Star. legcommissioners elected by the come is gross lncomo less certain unld temporaturea aro maintained so, pos It will not bo maii7 years before islatures. Ciiiaiu is under the deductions provided for by the act, sibly at red heat, for years It would to ftnd. 1 ji'Ofo and ducks nro hard control of naval olllcers In comMen soon become accustomed 19 Including al business expenses InDoes Your Head Ache? bo possible to utilize tho boat for mand of naval stations. Under im trying my host to glvo tho birds any kind of fomlnlno style. They curred in the conduct of a business, power." My system of hhullar naval control are tho Arc You Dizzy? Despondent? protection I can. first endure, then pity, then embrace. trade, profession, or vocatlo.n Kilauoa now la unusually quiet but group aud Samoa, Tutulhi tagging- them la part ot this plan. I Chicago Blade. Wonderful Relief m IIpw Tnt.i which were ceded lu 1S!)!I by Certain expenditures, however, aro a "llvontng up In March, at tho equl- letters from many fcuve received Great Britain and Germany. as a business expense uox, Is expected." Professor Jaggar was K-"'0!1!..- 11 not deductible J'ear. PR0.1 hunter who have written mo that Tho woman who once spankei'. Iw Then there Is the Puuama Cau'.V bt-ewhen made for the purchase of arsaid. Ho salil lin lmmxl tl.lc ifiuuii;- - (lio, lllld M '' " lu.Ku " " ..rr..r...- - .. to ..u my work. .,..uwx4 .,.. tihoy uphold mo In n,l Hospital son tor smoking cigarettes now nal Zone, which was purchased in ticles more or less pormanent tlon on statistics of former activities. In B"fferedBfrom fascination "Chora Is always d,"T " spanks her grandson for stealing her from Panama in 1001 for $10, Ten years ago the volcano was In tho character, or for pormanent Improve cigarettes. dlsTiko. urvrccmlng prejudice and 000,000. This is governed by tho Johnstown Democrat B,i tho tlme- ment ot property. For example, a tried same condition as now, ho said. uniiv Isthmian Canal commission Wild birds, of conrso, consider al' remedies and got no Then there was a lava rising In Sepwould not bo allowed to enemies. It The year 1017 saw the purmeu to bo thtlr natural t0 n dri'S Btoro 0,, dy Gas In tho stomach or bowels Is a ft deduct the amount expended In tho disagreeable symptom n chase from Denmark of the ,wVaSiit7,k,nto tho druRglst about ot a torpid tember aud one In March. as boen mighty hard for me to contlon. "Wo had tho rise last Soptomber, 11 y Islands, for !?25,OO0.0OO. erection ot a new store, or a. farmer liver. To get rid ot It quickly take handed friend. n bottle vince them that I am their Theso aggregate only 150 hquure -- However, mo cost of a new tractor or thrash- Horblne. It is a marvelous nnd I bellovo It likely that it will re- End mm m? a. f aVrito Prescription. that conviction now liver I1 V'l"1? ,lmt Wil1 IP yob.'' miles and aro temporarily goving machine, since such Investments stimulant and bowel purlfcr. Price occur In March," he said. xccrtfltf to he spreading among them Lmu, taken aI1 of one erned by a naval olllcer. n nro held to be capital Investments. G0c , n new woman. Now Sold by Ohio Couuty Drug miififly. Hundreds of now birds como I r, Velt Finally, thero is the District !, y' nlcmi ulth thousands or The law expressly prohibits the de- Company. I cun always tell m HUNGARIAN BtltEAU HIT AS othnr Hem every yar. of Columbia, which wus organduction ot family or living expenses, U. K. TURNS ALIENS BACK Fawrlfn T"' V'0? D0Ct0r IierC0'a ized In 1701, us tho seat of our when u stiango bird arrives. Urs. vIrC,riplon curea such as rent for a dwelling, repairs U. What was the ground federal government. The resivery shy. Not so with tho Tidwell, 07 Hampton St. to a dwelling, cost of food and cloth divorce? Budapest, Fob. 18 The fato nf PrescHnHn,,0 dents huvo no vote for either Dr Vicrco'8 however. Ho comos sailing In as avorlto ing for tho family, education of chillocul or national officials, nor Carrlngton Incompatibility; she Hungarian Immigrants wo aro Im- TA0'1 ,'a8 ,u.aa "'an Women Gist us ho can, honking a welcomo ",em 1,eal'y. Get nro they represented In Vmki"s dren, servant's wages, and similar was n daylight saver and he got homo ing turned back nt Ellis istm.i and proceeds to stuff himself on corn. Items. Amounts spint during the nights on standard time. Now York causo thoy exceed the nuota nnrmi.i in elthriilr0.m or tnl nearert druggist, inrm "I havo one mallard duck, which year 1921 tor any ot these Items are Sun. by tho American Government Is glv- - Nvle,,I"vali(1V.IIote1 I" Buffalo, xaa hatched aud raised by a domes free medical advice. m tmuu nuwiuiot lilt $5.75 Pays For Both I The Hartford Republican ' Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald - li: wild-gees- vl The Story of Our States -- CASTOR ForOver30 A v T forty-e- old-time- rs ; ro well-dress- ro-ga- rd high-heele- - n tk KiS dHf-'ro'- ,t Vlr-Ki- bote tt ."-J- r, w attt J" . W- - 3HWfcjHMflk-- ' ""li 'A , "t -- Tr .1 constructed tho Niagara Kails tunnel, LENINE SEEKS BIG MUTUAL MARKET PI AM Mnur A t xiir ,"" unexpectedly at nis nom nere ELECTRIC PLANTS today, J I i i Clement was a member of a family Scliemo For Hlertrificatlon Of Huh Philadelphia nii Would Oiuie ,1am In and had a summer homo In Hehu-steaHi'llliijr ItlKlH.H. fellSHI Y.t Contents 15 Fluid uraohmj Hwrillsh Shop. Long Island. Tho funeral will bo held in Phila(Dy Ulrlc Hell In Courier-Journa- l) delphia. Stockhold, Feb. 18. Promler iS For Infants and Children Washington, Fob, IS. Ceremony a d of scheme for the mnrked tho sinning by President KOItl) KIVAIj I'Olt SHOALS of Russia appears t'o bo electrification CULLED CLIPPINGS IfrtAiis TJi OKITJKS 1'OWKIl TO PUIIIAC crystallzlng Into action and if tho Warren G. Harding of tho I tlvo innrketliiB bill, latest triumph of present plans announced by oftlclnls Denver Poet Ray. Chapman, 27 Washington, Feb. 18 Supply of of the Soviet Government i:o through (ho agricultural bloc In Congress,! po'wcr for municipal Sweden will bo engaged in turning yoars old, negro, was shot through hailed by Its advocates as "tho salva hydro-electri- c tion of tho country." and Industrial purposes throughout out high-powturbines and other tho stomach and probably wounded, At rntmT.-.- T PCn GENT. Tho act recognizes definitely tho tho region within transmission dis- electrification materials and machin- by officer Rogers Monday night. AVcielablcPrcparalionDrAs' tance of Musclo Shoals, estimated by ery for soveral years to come. right of fr.rmera to engage In Salem News Miss Ressle Roberts R ling ihcStomchs and ftWstf ntlvo projects and exempts legally engineer experts at 400 miles, was In order tp fill the contracts, said oporatod marketing associations from promised tonight by Thomas W. to havo been enteret' Into by tho big- returned to her school at Cuba SuniiSrK the tho provisions of tho Sherman anti- Martin, president of the Alabama gest electrical works of Sweden, tho day morning, after spending Power Company, should Congress ac- Swedish manufacturers will have to Thanksgiving vacation at home. net. trust Thereby Promb'iin Digestion 1 ChccriaIncssonoMC5i.w-Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas cept tho offer of that company for purchase enormous quantities Oi raw 1'ZTA' noifhPrnniiim.Morpnlncnor Helena Times Owing to the IllUoprosontntlvo Andrew J. Vol purchnse and lease of the Bhoals pro- materials from tho United States, and ' S&8? - TT.'j !..'of Miss Mary Ann Abel tho MrieraLNoTKAncoTic Ky.ZK stoad of Minnesota, Its authors, wore jects. whore thqy already aro buying a ness i TmmsmannsR'l In tho Whlto Mouse assemblage, Mr grent deal of copper for Sweden's own Times has been omitting the weekly A child that has lntostlnal worms health letter written by her. Volstead taking away the pen usod projects. elcctrificatibn hSssl Senva. by tho President. present Is handicapped In Its growth. A few Others JtxM'tSalti Huge Contracts Involved. doses of White's Cream Vermifuge Harrison Times Mrs. W. W. Ab wero: Senators Chnrlos McNnry of Professor Crastlo, head of tho RusOregon: Irvine L. Lcnroot of Wis- destroys and expels worms; tho child sian Department of Electrification, bey lost a good cow last week In a Mm Sml thrives consin and Frank IJ. Kellogg of Min- Immodnltoly Improves and In sudden way. per bottle. recently arrived at Trollhaettan, Price 3fic nesota ;Charles Ilarrett, president of wonderfully. and began negotiaa ,MnfiilRcmcdyfor m central Sweden, Drug Co. John Eureka Springs Times-Ech- o tho National Farmers' Union and oth- Sold by Ohio Countytions with Ounnar W. Anderson, 11 4? Constipation nnuDiarcoea. er farm leadors. head of tho large industrial combine Shadox of Marble has moved Into thaw: imjAkh kliks ovkr which now is delivering locomotives our midst. We welcome such a citiu""t'. p sleep 1'nsscil With on' Amriiilnii'iit. MOUNTAIN l.'.OOO-KOO- T I r ; J ixsaUin4rcrcffomjnW"anty- to tho Soviet Government, for tho zen as Mr. Shadox for he Is a wide measure, prior to its recent Tho awake fox hunter and has a bunch passago by tho Oenatc, and subseLondon. Feb. 18. For the first purchase and delivery of turbines and- ot blooded hounds. racSmilcSttnatoTM'' has other needed machinery for tho Rus- j quent acceptance by tho House, had time, a commercial airplane vrnzv. power stations to be constructed nasscd through a turbulent period flown over tho Atlas Mountains in sian Canary Corners Clarlbn Dr. Johnwithin the next fow years. Trollhaet covering many months. Farm, load- Morocco, according to a message 4U ' tan is one of Sweden's largest manu- son Is among us for n brief season. ers had insisted that it be passed In at the London Air Station a a i lil I TiiH Ho says and does exactly as he thinks facturing centers. adopted originally by the the form I'lsE3 MailLrjiaiiiMntTxjrTi ftnl ad pfalnP'vwH,vn While tho (lotails of tho Russian right, without regard to the opinions mi oral u H 1EEH ic m in H m h M HJ House, but the Senate Judiciary ComI Tho Atlas range ii 15.000 foet high IMl - ., or beliefs of anyone else. His wife I:'ste" rW I ! lMOUUUIUV IWHIH" A Ml "" HI HI W"-- IB HISBimaiWI Kt Wt H !! j mittee, in roportlnsc It, struck out mil the pilot who guided the plane ordor cannot be given at tills time, k--a fti larg-s- t Is not with him. most of Its original provisions and jorons It was Alan J. Cobliam, an .t is naid that three of Swedon's mechanical works will have to bo amendWalsh added tho EiiKllsh aviator Kokomo Tribune Going west; Esatt Copy of Wrapper. pressed Into service to meet the Rus. tw . citt thcc.wt.uk ment, which the farm spokesman bungalow, Crastlo will sell my five-roocontract Professor sian d would nullify Its effect. or unfurnished; also three LENDS aid the Ruvilan electrification plan However, only one Senator voted COLLEGE graves In Crown STUDENT FUNDS invohes the building boforo 1930 of part". Immediate Point cemetery, old Its against. tho bloc when it renewed possession. ibout ten large power stations with The bill wont original programme. slight clarifying None in 2." Years Wilfully I'tiils To i total of 1,000,000 horse-powethrough with only a Jamestown Alert As I need more One or the largest of these powor amendment, in which the House conllcpay Advances. itatlons Is to be located at Wolchow, room for the poultry business I have measure curred quickly, tending tho seventy miles south of Petro-ra- moved my barber shop lo tho rear to Mr. Harding. Ann Arbor, Mich., Fob. IS. For about room, but am still doing business in Two stations aro to be years the by tho more than twenty-fiv-e Tho act will bo administered , on the Swlr River between the barber line. Secretary of Agriculturo, instead of University of Michigan has been lendwa ing money to needy students and Onega and Lndoga lakos. tho Federal Trade Commission as A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Salina Union Fire destroyed anThe Russian electrification plan proposed by the Walgh amendment. over that span of years haB never Hapa other beautiful Salina home. The secrotary Is charged with certify- lost a cent through wilful failure of contemplates also tho erection of was away 'arge number of steam power cen- pened while husband ing to tho courts ,for action the re- tho borrower to repay. caused, from soot In the chimney trals. praccord of any alleged improper Several funds now are available -Should this ambitious scheme of Why take the chance, think of your tices by organizations formed undor under tho plan that had its Inception Have the Russian Soviet Government go wife and babies at home. X the act's provisions, after duo notice with the class of 1S94, which estabto doslst In such practices has been lished n fund from which the incomo 'hru as scheduled it Is likely that them inspected, repaired and cleanmechanical ed. t'lven. Profits are limited to 8 per was "to be' uoed as a loan fund for Swedish electrical and Largest Morning Circulation cent, rogardles of how much stock tho benefit of needy and worthy un- engineers will be drafted to Install power Mrs. Sarah Aurora Beacon-New- s of Any Kentucky Newspaper they may hold. dergraduates in tho literary depart- the machinery in the Russian McGowan has returned to her home stations. ment." Means National Stability. j with the addition of a new back AfUrwards, surpluses from various Tho act, according to Mr. Capper, "Move on" said the policeman. porch. were diverted to tho "moans n newer and stronger nation- class treasuries m "I'm just watching the world go fund, and although In general, the by." said tho tramp. al stability resting on' a genuino and . ."Who's the swell guy you was just prestige and reputation. is Enjoys a nation-wid- e students of tho general prosperity, such as we have loans were llmitedjo "You can't do that on a street corasked Tony, the bootliterary college, a good portion of ner. Get an Income and a club talkin' to?" essentially a newspaper, intent uponlgiving news never bofore enjoyed and In which black. made available nil who labor will participate more the money has heon window." Birmingham "Aw, him and me's worked togethmatter first consideration. m fairly and equitably than over be- to students in other branches of tho er for years," answered Mickey, the university. Said tho newly arrived missionary newsboy. He's the editor of one of fore." Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and 1 Tho money is disbursed by It. A. to King Oola Boola of the Cannibal It Is Mr. Capper's view that a farLegion Weekly. of the university, IsUs; "I have come among you as a me papers." Campbell, treasurer Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. mer's monopoly is impossible, . marketing and the collective fund now approxi- missionary, ready to serve." "If tho' 1,300 MENNONITKS TO aro subject With important legislation coming before Congress tSald King Oola, who was accounted association makes its price too high, mates $2,000. All loans LKAVI3 FOR MEXICO SOON to approval by tho dean of the col something of a wag, as he survoyed tho result Is inevitable and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jis enrolled, the lanky figure: "No, you're not reatlon by overproduction in tho follow- lege in which tho student ournal IS. ApWinnipeg. Man., Feb. is the daily newspaper you will need. universidy to serve not yet." ing yoars." He holds that no othr and by the presldsnt of the proximately 1,50,0 Mennonites from except agriculture has au- ty. Industry tho Wymark You Southern Manitoba and Iloricmct Generally Toller.. Parker What's wrong?' tomatic safeguard. district", Saskatchewan, will leave of the loans, Hook worried. The recommendation! It Is pointed out by the Kansas By special arrangements we aro now able to offer 1 to lpcato on land purIt is explained, are based principally notes about March Stroetor I am. I wrote two Senator that the act "authorizes and chased at Durango, Mexico, it was degree of ono to my broker asking him If ho THE DAILY .COURIER-JOURNA- L associations of on scholarship, and tho v validates . officials here As a general rule, it, Is stated, took me for a fool, undone other to loarnod from railway producers regardless of toclmlcnl need. AND obtalnlhg' loans ave earning Miss Goldlngsklng nor If sho would today. students form, limited only by oertalu test tae greater part of their expanses by marry me. While I waa out someas to -- , THE REPUBLICAN AUTO BANDIT GETS body telephoned "Yes," and 1 don't permits them to de- outside work. that "it $22,000 IN CASK College authorities havo noticed know which one It was! Both one Kari by mail, for only S5.75. velop their activities to a natural .c m a tendency to- that loans are sought til practically which involves New York, Feb. 20 William A. oy men and superintendent's The htsh-acuowards great commodity organiza- the same proportion This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but 'Green- littlo daughter met her father with Russell, 'messenger for tho safeguards the, women. tions," and that "it only to pqople living in Kentucky. Tennessee or Indiana. Now subIwich Bauk, was robbed of $22,000 In The maximum loan which a ttud-o- Ills face covered with lather, going public against any poasiblo abuse by currency today by three automobile scriptions may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will may make at on tlwo is fl00, through tho hall tp answer an by associations such bandltsS who held up the truck In t on oh. date from expiration of telopoue call. Said she, "You'd general within a year after to and notion 'by the Depart- and Jn mon graduation, with Intere3tjit 5 per hotter go back and erase your face, which ho was transporting the If you prefer an" ovonlng newspaper, you may substitute Tho Agriculture." ment of oy to a downtown bank. The robbery cent. In oaiea wnere sucu auuuu Unddy." School News. q Louisville Times for Tho' Courier-Journa- l. oe'eurrod on NInetoonth Street near in U deemed advisable howerer, th I'lOXKKlt ItAHiUOAIl Send or bring your orders to tho office of Seventh Avonu?. "Madam." said a man standing in ItUILDUU IS. DHA11 terest is. waived. The hold up was witnessed by a the street oar, "why dp you persist lAHKHTY BHIjL--, Wfl gaMiTMTinMtlTrriMlTMllBinaM II 11 n imi n In punching mo with your umbrella?" woniap, who later said she believed ii MaiiiMalMWnallal aWMBTlangnnBnMT West Palm lionch, Fla.. Fob. 18 LITHUANIA'S want to make you look round so she was witnessing tho making of a AMHHICA'S GUT, IS UUNG "I Frank H. Clement, internationally It was only after tho I can thank you for giving mo your motion picture. known engineer who assisted In the a, seat. Now, Blr, don't go off and say bandits had dlsnppoared and tho woKovrto, Lithuania, Fob. 18. location of tho Northern Pacific and llko America, now has its that women haven't nny manners." man turned around to look "for the Mexican . .ational Railroads, tho first m camera man" that she realized tho "Liberty Hell," the gift to tho mothEAGLE "MIKADO"- rallronds In tho Amazon Itlvor disPencUNo.174 A newspaper reports tho case of a hold-u- p was real., erland from Lithuanians in America. trict In South America, and who arrived somo time ago, but was waiter who rofused a tip. It Is said It rung tho first time today on tho oc- that tho man who offered It la mak- MARRIED FIVE YEARS HAVE 12 JATTLE ONES casion of the opening of tho Lithu- ing a slow recovory. and may be able r &ale at your Dealer to tako a littlo fish thi3 week. Mado in fivo tradct anian National University. ma ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED BAND Willie Poteet, of Bee Spring, EdToday is tho third anniversary of monocled monson County, has been married "And now," said the EAGLE MIKADO Lithuanian Independence. The Liba ty Hell will ring on all national gentleman who had borrowed five years and has twelve children. EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK el cop, "I sup- Browning's holidays and important historical an match from the traffic Ho married William noso yon would like to know who I daughter and their first eight chilnlvoreariefl. of thin, run am." dren wero four pairs of twins. Last down peospeaking In tho interests of the un"Sure." "Have you any complaint to make? week his wlfo gavo birth to four ba- iiisiiop DiccLAitics have DKV LAW 'MISTAKE' derworld, but in tho Interests of in"I am Sir T. Willy Rockinghouso, bies. All the babies are normal prison visitor. asked the tho telligent, upstanding men." "Yes, I have," replied the life Knight of the Bath, Knight of tho healthy children and are doing well. joys of splenm Chicago, Feb. 20. DUhop Thomas convjet. "There ain't nearly enough Garter, Knight of tho Double Eaglo, mm did health T1IKEL5 OFriCKUH AVOUXDKI F. Gailor, president of the National York' and Knight of the Golden Cross." oxlts from this place."-N- ew by. taking HOUSE VOTES TO Church, "And I," said tho cop, "am James Sun, EXTEND ALIEN BAN Council of the Episcopal Ardmore, Okla., Feb. 20. Fonnw said in an address here last night that Murphy, tonight, last night, tomorwon't let his row night and every othor night." Matty Heinbuck he believed "the eighteenth amend- Uoputy Sheriff liud Unllow, rlsS&-hanWashington. Feb. 20. The House man of Duck Garrett, wbm vii. wife wear short skirts. Loudon Answers. today passed and sent to tho Sennto ment was a mistake." m He also said that ho believed In tho ousted as Sheriff of Curte-- coantj-FridaBob Why? a resolution extending until Juno 30, and Deputy Shorlffs lllcbardU "Doesn't want to exposo the fami- T1I1KF RETURNS PART 1023, tho 3 percent restrictive immi- modification of tho Volstead law. OK LOOT TO VICTIM "I am in favor of morality," he son and Cowlco wore wounded In u ly skoleton." susgration law. Tho rules wero shooting affray this afternoon in the i IT BUILDS YOU UP pended to permit action at this time. said, "and I personally observe tho Deputy sherwe criticize short skirts, Detroit, Feb. 11. "Tho more Volstead law, but I am, opposed to office of the County Attorney at tho m iffs are seeking to learn who returnthe shorter thoy become." putting sumptuary laws of so dras- Court Hoube'uero, following a perand helps you regain Lei's ed by mail to George Stlmson a 0 "I never thought of that. tic a character In the constitution. It sona) encounter botween EfnR"G, your normal weight FOR FLETCHER'S keep right on knocking them." diamond ring, part of the loot partakes of tho old philosophy that London, temporary Sheriff, aai Judge. taken from him when held up by Sold by all good druggist matter In Inherently evil. I am not "Skeet" Martin, an Inspector. J'rrslili'iit HIriis (JranlliiK PaniHTs Kiitml mil Mr widely-know- n d, Lo-nln- three nutomobllo bandits. Two men under arrest have been Identified as two of the bandjts, police say, but tho third Is still sought. Police aro working on the theory that tho third membor of the gang "lost his nerve" and finding the, name of his victim in the newspapers decided to return his sharo of the loot. RSCTRRIfi a Genuine Castooa w$ i long-talke- Eastorm MnHinrrt iuuuigio imiuw co-op- Always Bears the Signature of IaTISP ' i mm i Use For Over BE to-'a- y. v new YomjJ iik-uwiI aci -- Thirty Years i SHU ura ... s ijjifli I V de-cl- ar co-m- nt. m fur-nlsh- r. I d. con-'ruct- ed ... WhicR Daily Paper? I The Courier Journal ... It Age-Heral- d. i so l solf-destru- c- - ehnr-actor- :" ox-to- o! ot np-po- al pro-sen- i Lith-ua,nl- K ILLIOHS ple re-fou- II -- lanlac i d y $1,-00- Children Ory CASTORtA V V IJThe Hartford Republican COMTANY Published Weekly by pARTFORD PRINTING Incorporated W. S. TINSLEY, Editor and lluslncss Mnnngcr. TEntered gutter Postofflco, of to law nt the Hartford, Ky., as wail the second class. according to Address all communications The Hartford Republican. - NOTICE TO SUBSCRU1ERS Subscribers desiring the paper sent V) a new 'address must give the old Mdress in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per llje for each Insertion. nd Cards Obituaries, Resolutions et Thanks, lc per word, nnd Cc for MCb head line and signautre, money la advance. Church Notices for services free, lc per. at pther advertisements, jrord. 'Anonymous communications will celvo no attention. , al TELEPHONE JT Farmers rJUDAY Mutual....? 59 FEBRUARY 21 Just to be in fashion we will allow as how there Is a lot of fallen Btars this year, and the year is yet joung. "Women are doing most everything, taking the place of man in this, that and the other, so we have just about made up our mind to send our petition In to the Ladies Sewing Circle lor membership. If one black ball Tejects we don't figure that we will he admitted, though. -- To be sure there are some tolera-bright lights in the Kentucky Legislature, but when it's acts are viewed as a whole how is one to and the theory of evolution slow at that? Should it enact that bill, or whatever it is, dt might help some if the Legislature would recommend scourging as a penalty for all, who In any way coun- a .l 1n 111CU1J Ul ciuiut.w.A v ICUUIICUU lilt .V.aa.. nt ATtnlnttnti nT in public, or at home for talked it the matter of that. It might be a good thing to revive the old law against witches and witchcraft. Burning at the stake would perhaps be about the right sort of penalty for that class, as our forefathers at one time meted out that brand of punishV anti-evoluti- ve I ( ment. The issual'of summonses for parties who have, or who had failed to procure license for keeping or harboring dogs, on or before January the first, as provided by law, has discussion local more created amongst dog owners and others than .anything happening recently. No citizen, or one who de, should sires to see the law Yet wo censure law enforcement. hear some criticism of the officers for endeavoring to have the law carried out as intended and still others, many others and quite a few are to be round among those who had summons served upon them, have been "heard to approve the officials' action. Tho party who paid his money and procured the dog tag has, by a large majority, the right of complaint, or would have had, If the officers quietly sat still and permitted so many to escape, especially when the facts were known to the officers. One Instance came under our observation: A reliable young man stated In our procured his dog presence that-h- o tag as tho law directs, but to his cerThomas Holbrook, son of M.r- - and tain knowledge nono of his adjoining neighbors paid any attention to Mrs. Burch Holbrook, of South died in a Hospital at Detroit, the matter and were not complying Cases of this Mich., last Sunday, as a result of an with tho law at all. character were being addressed to the accident in a train wreck. He had attention of the officials almost dal- been an engineer on a train running ly. It has been decided that the from Detroit to Chicago for about County, or Quarterly Court Is with- five years. Tho body arrived In his former home, Wednesout jurisdiction in so far as final dis posal of tho cases are concerned, but i day, where funeral services wore held he County Court does have the right yesterday afternoon 'at 2:00, at the to hold each individual over to await home of his uncle Mr. R. R. Holiho action of tho grand jury, about brook, with interment in Rose Hill Each In- cemetery. He was nboiijt thirty years that there Is no question. dividual who fails to comply with of age, and is survived by his parents this special act Is subject to indict-anen- t, and one brother, Owen, of Indiana, and in so far as the constitu- and a number of other relatives. He tionality the act Is concerned, with was a nephew of Mr. J. D. Holbrook, referenco to construction .placed upon of this city. mm It by tjio higher Court, tho law is: AVASHINGTON enforceable, but to indict by grand Jury and tho tedious methods of trial Miss Comie Lake, daughter of Mr. by Circuit Court Is much more objectionable than by County Court, If and Mrs. Win. Lake, of this vicinity, jurisdiction were given tho latter. has entered high school, at Hartford. Lowell and Edna Nowcomb, chilCases of this character show the idiotic turn of the mind of some of our dren of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Newcomb, Tho County aro very sick at this writing. former legislators. Mrs. C. C. Coyle is on the sick list. Court has been shorn of jurisdiction Announcement has been recoived in almost all sorts of prosecutions, other than broach of tho peace and in this neighborhood, of the marriage wo think that it would be well to turn of Mr. Martin' L. Foster, Wo don't that offense over to the circuit courts know Mrs. Foster's name, but wo Ior prosecution, so that County wish for them a long and happy life. Mr. Dolmar NeWcomb attended the Courts and County Attorneys would rnt havo any thine whatever to do spelling match at Nocreek recently. e, law-abidiup-helCar-rollto- n, with keeping law and order for and WASHINGTON COMMENT All of this delay in tho community. nnd lack of speedy trial goes further toward bringing the law into bill When the Towner-Sterlin- g disregard and disrespect than anyconfronting us. Some- passes tho United States will havo a thing wo havo body Is to blame for these delays and Department of Education, with a Secmiscarriages In Justice. Who Is it? retary In the Cabinet. One of tho first tasks such a Department of EducaWASHINGTON'S DIARY FOUND tion must undertake Is tho review and of textbooks. The classification York, Pa., Feb. 21. Discovery of necessity for national Information national afn lost diary kept by George Washing- on books which teach ton during the last year of his life fairs Is constantly being brought bewas announced tonight by George R. fore tho public, tho most recent caso Prowcli, curator and librarian of the being In the National Capital, where Historical Society of York County. a certain textbook on history Is un"While searching thru unclassified der fire from citizens' associations as documents in tho library of tho De- being historically Inaccurate nnd sopartment of State, at Washington," he cialistic In its tendencies. Whether tho book Is good or bad said, "another gentleman and myself found the 'lost diary' of Washington, is hardly a matter for determination written during the tjme he wa3 Presi- by citizens' associations, no matter how patriotic. Only authority should dent nnd until his death." The story of the diary, he declar- be permitted to say what Is, and what Is not In a good school book. ed, never hns been made public. One of the first entries quoted Is The trouble with the average school-boo- k selection authority is that it is that written by Washington on his birthday, rind in this connection a lit biased by location and environment, without a national viewpoint. lo known fact is brought to light A Federal Department of Educathat in the last year of Washington's life the people of Virginia observed tion would not be biased, and would February 11 Instead of February 22 either have a national viewpoint or be a complete failure. A list of adequate ns the anniversary of his birth. Mr. Powell explains this by point- school books which had been careing out that Washington was born In fully reviewed and classified by the 1732, and it wns' not until twenty national government would go far years later that the Gregorian calen toward securing that uniformity in dar was acceped in England and the education and accuracy in the teachUnited States. Washington's birth- ing of history which are In themday ns a result, was recorded In the selves a national bond and would be family Bible as February 11, 1732 eagerly welcomed by local school (old style) and February 11 contlnu-- i boards everywhere. Obviously no such list of books ed to be observed In Virginia until would be Issued ns anything else 1S10. On July 4, 1799, he celebrated In- than suggestions. When the Departdependence Day by attending a ban ment of Agriculture tells farmers of quet at Kemps Tavern in Alexandria, a good fertilizer It does not require given in his honor by the citizens. them to uso It only their brains nnt' July 9 was spent In writing his last free choice! So it would be with will, which consisted of twenty-nin- e the list of books, and, indeed, all the pages, all of which he wrote himself acts of the Department of Education they would be advisory only, and affixing his signature at the bottom valuable in proportion to their eduof each page. promm cation, not their mandatory, nouncements. ROMA THIRD BIG SHIP TO WRECK IN 13 MONTHS It has been demonstrated impossible New York, Feb. 21. The dirigible to make an omelette without breakRoma, which blew up today over ing eggs. As an aftermath of the Hampton Roads, was the third big disarmament conference come wholeairship to be destroyed in a spectacu- sale "furloughs" from navy yards, lar mishap in the last thirteen and many a workman wonders where months. his next pay day is coming from. On August 24, 1921, the ZR-No one, not even the navy-yar- d built by the British for purchase by worker, quarrels with the necessity of the United States at a cost of $2,000,-00- 0 reduction of labor forces on guns exploded over Hull, England, and ship equipment to keep faith including sixteen With our part in the disarmament killing forty-twAmericans. nrosram. But Is there any need to 4, On January 1, 1921, tho be inhuman about it? ''Furlough" whiclf flew from England to Long is euphemistic, but it is as effective Island and back in the summer of as a discharge as far as the pay en1919, the first airship to cross the velope is concerned. Had the "furin a gale lough" been given with a warning, Atlantic, was wrecked while tied outside her airdrome in or had the men been "furloughed" by Howden, England. fifties, or hundreds, rather than Before the ZR-- 2 disaster, the thousands at once much hardship and greatest number .killed in an airship even actual suffering might have accident in peace times was twenty-nin- been saved. the toll of the explosion oft the This Is a great and glorious counGerman Zeppelin L-- 2 over the try. But our government is not peraerodrome on October 17, fect, and when it is guilty of a cal1913. lous disregard of the welfare of thou9m sands of faithful servants it not only TO PROTEST INCREASE condemnaBY STATE COMMISSION recelves but deserves the inherently tion of all just and patriotic citizens. W. C. Blankenshlp and County AtA mayor who turned the worn-ou- t torney Otto C. Martin, accompanied fire horse out to starvo when the moby Sirs. Martin went to Frankfort bo run yesterday whore the former two will tor truck was bought would out of town and office. appear before the State Tax CommisYet faithful navy yard workers are sion In protesting the proposed in"furloughed" God save tho mark! crease of $1,350,000 on Ohio Counwith no notice, and by thousands. ty's taxable property returned by tho machinDuring the war navy-yar- d County Tax Commissioner. was a patriotic duty D. E. Ward was un- ists were told it Commissioner wags In industry nnd able to accompany other parties on to refuse high "stick by Uncle Sam." account of illness. Is there no ono to tell Uncle Sam that his name stands before the FATAL DISASTER IN TRAIN WRECK world as meaning fair play? 2, o, R-3right-thinking, top end with pigs and throwouts unchanged, Best hogs 120 pounds up brought $10.50; pigs 120 pounds down $8.75; throwouts $7.60; stags $6 down. Sheep nnd Lambs Trader unchanged. Best sheep $6 5; bucks $4.50 down. Best lambs $11(0)13, according to quality; seconds $8 010. Produce Buying prices net to shipper the shipper paying freight nnd drayage charges, are: Eggs Candled 24c dozen. Poultry Hens 20c lb,; largo spring chldkens 17c lb.; roosters 10c lb.; ducks 20c lb.;young turkeys No. 1, per lb. 3Sc; geese 12c lb.; guineas $3.60 dozen. Country Butter Pound 14c. Field Seeds CAlfnlfa '$22 per 100 lbs.; clover $26.50 cwt.; bluegrass $50 cwt.; orchard grass $20 cwt.; red-to- p $27.50 cwt.; seed rye $1.40 per bu. Corn Products Comment. $1.60 100 lbs. sacked; hominy $1.70; hominy meal 100 lbs. $1.60; cracked corn feed 100 100 lbs. $1.66; scratch lbs. $1.70. Hay Following are the prlcbs of new hay as selling on its arrival in carload lots to dealers: No. 1 timothy $19 ton; No. 2 $18; No. 3, $15; No. 1 clover mixed $1S; No. 2 $16; No. 1 cllovor $18, wheat straw $12; oat straw $12; ryo straw $13, Hams sugar cured, Provisions light and medium 28c; sides 13 c; breakfast bacon 21c; sugar-cure- d shoulders 16 c; bellies light 17c. Lard Pure, in tubs 13c in tins 13 U cents. m) The Geo. Delker Buggy For Style, Beauty, Durability and Service is the one to buy. We have the Spring Price now, which is lower, and we feel safe to say that the t Geo. Delker Buggy is the best one on the market for the purchase money. m COURT HOUSE CHIT CHAT NOTICE All persons having claims against the estate of Mrs. E. J. Moore, deceased, are hereby notified to present same to me, properly proven on or before March 25,. 1922, or they will be forever barred. J. L. MOORE, Admr. 34t3p LOUISVILLE MARKETS Cattle Supply was of small volume and prices steady with first of tho week. Active call noted for the butchers: medium best handy-weigUnand plainer kinds unchanged. steady In the heavy steer didertone Milch vision; hardly any offered. cow trade steady. Brisk demand noted for tho best quality stockors nnd feeders at prevailing firm rates; plain and common kinds less active. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $6.7G7.25; heavy shipping steers $6.50 6.75; medium to good $5.75 fat (0)6.50; fat heifers $5 6.50; medium to good cows $5(0)5.50; cows $3.50S5; cutters $2.5053.GO; canners $2 2.50; bulls $3 4.75; feeders $5.50(0)7; stockers $4(0)6.25; milch cows $20 60. Calves Mnrket actlvo at steady prices. Best veals $10.50 down; medium $5.507.50; common $23.50 light common calves dull. Hogs Prices 15c higher on the ht t ADMINISTRATOR'S Last Friday afternoon a deputy sheriff of Muhlenberg County brought Eskel Kitchens, a former citizen of this County over from Central City dn a warrant from the Ohio Quarterly Court, which accuses him of obtaining the signnturo of a number of citizens of the Cool Springs neighborHARTFORD, KY. hood to a note with fraudulent intent. Eskel's bond was fixed in the warrant at $750.00, but after it was apparent that ho could not give such bond, he waived examining trial and Eck. The aforesaid old resldcnter was permitted to go on his own bnid he dldift know Eck and asked STRAY STREAKS for his appearance at the J the 4th or 5th citizens whom he met contends next grand jury. Eskel Itlnntifled. .iEekbeforo Rlnl wits (By Fluke McFluko.) that he only promised to pay the note W'rti. Vni.t nnarntna tl.n liAmn IntCiilvii. out of the profits he should make on .which may account for everything but a job of cutting and hauling a cerAgain, wo ask our readers to for- -' ,tho shave. tain body of timber, and that he was ever keep In mind that everything In. unable to pay the note because he this column is original, new and Speaking of Eck Rial nutf one-- I made no profit on the job. true If not otherwise. thing nnd another reminds as ofr'the -. Ifact that we see Ellis Baize helping. The Fiscal Court was In session a It's nigh on time for tho kids to handlo the freight this week days the first of tho weekfor tho rake their peas together, 'cnuse we Eck (tin few MftlnHiti mnVna TinaalniUtlv nnrl purpose of making a settlement with smellcd green onions on Lee Simmer- . our former optlmlBtic views- with S. A. Bratcher. The final man's breath 'tother day. That's a to the probability of tho settlement was effected to. the sat- sure sign spring Is Just around the reference reduction In rates In isfaction of Mr. Bratcher as well as this burg In the near future. That's ,, the Court. Other business of rou'all. tine nature was transacted. Moot Felix says Kelley Riley, Bob a Walker and John Lindley are going ' j;.; ijcBNSB Some little excitement was caused to start on their vacation next week 1CKCBNTLY ISSUED among people about" tho Sheriff's or tho week thereafter, and that they office Monday, when It was learned havo agreed that one of the trio is to that Will Daughcrty who was recent- buy the tobacco and cigarettes and u nckner Flencr( artfordi to Annie Dldwet Hartford. ly tried for lunacy and sent to the the others will bum him. so's they'll! j c noynl Kordavni0f to Annle n. Hopklnsville Asylum, and who is un- feel natural whUe vacationing. Uoach, Fordsvillc. In Circuit Court der xlndlctment Frank Taylor, Prentiss, to Katie II. charged with tho offonso of selling There Is a vast difference 'twlxt intoxicating liquors, had been at "fleo and flea." When the latter Mosc,ey Uouto 2 neaver Dain. u Moscloy nout0 2i Deaver home for a week or more and had gets after you the former Is what '6u I)aHIf to,Lola Auglln( McIIenry'. ostensibly to return to tho Asy- Wailt 10 UO, left, t !,..- - Tr,,rt Vorma-lum, but had not reached tho Instituto Hazel D. Coghlll, Route 1, Harttion when communlcalon was estabper With tho common, ovary-da- y lished therewith. It is understood son it certain kind of musician Is call ford. Um'itn that Daugherty reported In the vicini- ed a fiddler, with another class hi ls'(o Alvah Evans. .. , 1. Fnrdsvillo. Pori,.vm. Eva paty of his home that ho had been a viuiuiibi, inu ior uur pun kivu us Wavy Burden. Bunver Dam. to LI- Ifrom tho Asylum for ton days, the good old melodious fiddler, roled tjio Butler, Beavor Dam. but when officers of thB institution suits us best. Theodore Howard, Fordsville, to with, It was were communicated Eva Evans. Fonlsvllln. . .. . . ... uon i Know learned that he had been parolee, for we tonzn wneinor a period of six montlw. Mldkltt is mad at us about something BARRED ROOKS. or not, maybe he has taken up with Tho week has brought a few de- Albert Cox and has decided to cut us My yards are full of tho best I velopments in tho dog owner de- out. At any rate ho has not been . linquent license payment prosecu- nuoui mieiy. ... uon i care, now-- 1 ever hail In size,, nnlnr and laving wo tions. It has been discovered that over, which it Is,' just so It isnt' the propensities. Some extra fine cockerels and pul the Quarterly Court Is without Juris- latter. t lets" at a real bargain If taken diction to give a final trial of tho ones. Selected eggs $1.50 and $2.tS cases, and that it Is necessary before I. D. Clalru and A. Cox seem to bo per 15. Prices on largo quantities a final trial can bo had that the of- perlodicaliets. Sometimes they write for Incubators on application. fending ones be indicted by the grand and moretlmes they dont. The boss JOHN B. WILSON, jury in Circuit Court. Tho County saves space for them, frequently to Hartford, Ky. Clerk hns been uncertain as to wheththe last minute, and their stuff don't er he should issue license and has come in and then he has to git up HARTFORD SECOND K1VH communicated with the. State dog some real news to put in the columns DEFEATS CENTRAL CITY license department, but ,hns receiv- they have spoken for. ed instructions from the Attorney Te Hartford High School second. General to Issue license to anyone Frank Lowe, mall carrier on tho team defeated a like aggregation at who applies for them. The Court Happy Hollow route, makes his basket ball tossers from Central City, house has been well filled each day rounds a whole lot quicker on bad, Ion tho local court Saturday night in with people for whom summons has rainy days than on pretty days. The a close and woll pluyed contest. Tho been Issued, and tho dog license quesreason for this is on rainy days thB teams were fairly well matched and tion has been discussed from every women on the route do not meet him exhibited some neat team work, tho angle. at their mall boxes, but on pretty Hartford boys getting away with a mm days they ? shade on the Mublenburg outfit. MRS. T. G. HUNTER ACTON BROTHERS I , -- .1. - freight-rustlin- g " juk, , I T ,,,. I i ... -- M ML .. .... ... ! . - i I We'vo used up the last tobacco Bill Mrs. T. G. Hunter died at her Keeno brought us and also the same homo in tho Central Grove community, Sunday, as a result, of a paralytic I that Will Brown fotched us and Er stroke suffered ten days previous nest Btrkhead, and have made a right thereto. She was a member of tho smart bole In that that Pud Stevens Baptist church and had been since carried in. The first thing our friends know wo nro going to be out of her early girlhood. and begging, it something don't Funeral services wero held at Cen- happen. tral Grove where Interment of the remains took place Tuesday afterAn old resldenter told us the othnoon. er day that ho saw Eck Rial shaved-u- p The deceased lady is survived by and apparently frosh from tho her husband and one 8. on, Charles bath, and all dolled out in a new suit, at least It 'peared new-lik- e Hunter, of Centertown. for Thd line-u- p: Hartford E. Rhoads, 1 Caseblor White- '6 F. F. Central Lawton City 9' 4 Karnes , tho-wee- d 2 C. Hill Walker 7 G. Wallace Estes 0 G. Greenwood Subs nartford, Baize; Central ty, SolBburg. mm 0V 0 Ci- 0 sired, HORSE AND JACK SALE At auction March 6, 1922, on 1?' StalllSp months time, one high-bre- d and Jack. Will sell nrlvately if de- DR. L. B. DEAN, W? Hartford. v. JUmikM j;njr..?r t..r "V f .$ W. ,j "W -- rr j,. t ! 1 v Dale, son of Mr. and Mrs. .Marvin Several from Grcenvlllo came to' : Hnrtford Wednesday afternoon to wltmss the basket ball gamo between Mrs. II. II. Pendleton was tho guest the high school girls ot that placo and Hartford. of relatives at Centertown Parks, hns measles'. , ft f Try a sack ot URMA Flour for a Illnck Jack Asbestos Hoc! g:nent. dollar and If you are not satisfied your money will b cheerfully reAny bIzo package you want. i funded. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, W. E, ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 34t2 "Tho quality Btore", J. Iloss Taylor of the firm of Wil"WANTED Man with car to sell liams' and Taylor, Is able to be out again after a few days Illness of In- the REST Ford Oil Gauge made. $100.00 per week and extra .commisfluenza. sions. BENTON HARBOR ACCESMrs. II. 1. Collins Is spending the SORIES CO., Benton Harbor, Mich reninlndor oftho winter with her daughter, Miss Mary Warren, at Att'y. A. D. Kirk went to Indiana Louisville. polls today,x on a b'uslntss mission. 1 Mrs. Kirk accompanied him as far as Mr. and Mrs. Leon Dishop spent Louisville, where she will remain Sunday In Centertown, tho guests of with relatives until Mr. Kirk's reMr. Bishop's parents, Mr. and Mrs. turn. O. M. Dishop. Misses Mnggio Austin and Artie Hoovor of Routo 2, Hartford, were the guests of Mrs. Cornelia Tatunf Wednesday night. They went to Owensboro yesterday morning to visit relatives for about a week or ten U. It. M. A. means quality and can days. only be bought In Hartford at WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, Mrs. Anna J. Bennett has purchas"Tho quality store." 34t2 ed the residence of Mr. J. A. Westeron Walnut Street. Mr. Wester-fiel- d INTERNATIONAL (Osborne) Disk fleld and family will move In tho Harrows, tho harrow that gives satresidence on their farm just across isfaction to man and team. See Rough River bridge, within tho next W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 32t4 two months. Mr. Robert Burns of Owensboro, E. E. Tlnsley who resides two and will nrrlve In this city tonight, to be one-ha- lt miles north of town Is contho guest of his brother, Mr. O. T. fined to his bed with pneumonia. He Burns and Mrs. Burns until Monday. was reported as doing as well as could be expected or hoped for yesMessrs. Charlie Wallace, Charlie afRogers and A. E. Sandefur of Crom- terday afternoon. He has been flicted about flvo days.' well, were visitors at this office Saturday while In town, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranney enterSunday, in honor All UUMA products are guaran- tained at dinner money of Mr. W. C. Blankenship's 42nd teed. If not satisfied, your birthday. Those present were Mr. will bo refunded. Sold only at and Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp, Miss WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S, "The quality store." Myrtle Maddox, and Mr. and Mrs. 34t2 Guy Ranney and children. Tho oil Company of Scott, HIckey Mr. William. S. Hamlet, who had & Co., has rented the building adjaoccupation In cent to the Hartford Herald office, been with the army of Germany, for more than two years, formerly the Ladles' rest room, of and returned to the U. S. A. about a Judgo J. S. Glenn. month ago, with regiments at Camp Pure Bred Dark Rhode Island Bennlng, Ga., is spending a T. Reds, good laying strain, ?1.50 per furlough with his mother, Mrs. J. Hamlet and other relatives in this setting of 15 eggs. Call or write city. Mrs. OSCAR PETTY, Narrows, Ky., R. R. 1. 34t2 Joe Wilson moved his stock of Acton are goods yesterday from the building Mr. and Mrs. Lorenza the proud parents of another little' on Main Street, which he has been , and which daughter, born Sunday the 19th at occupying for some-timewas recently purchased by Taylor about 5 P. M. the little lady has Morris & Co., into Dr. L. B. Bean's been christened Maxlne. building until he can erect a buildpurchased Wo have the B. P. Rock eggs from ing on the lot he recently per 15. of Mrs.,T. L. Griffin on Center Street. a pen of picked bens at ?1.00 Range run at 75c per 15 nt farm. WANTED Salesman to sell direct MRS. B. L. TAYLOR, to the farmer Acme Mlnerals.whlch' McHenry, Route 1. 35t2p grows the bone and supplies Che minAcme Pig Meal equal Mr. Charles Lee, who for the past eral elements. to ,mllk,Acme Calf Meal and Acme employed in few years has been Sales are Ind., recently moved his Milk Feed for chickens Sulphur large. A paying business. family from their home at ACME MINERAL COMPANY, Springs, to tho Indiana city. Wheaton.lllinols. '& For a dollar you can buy a 24-l- b MRS. E. G. 11AKIIASS sack of URMA Flour and for $1.95 ENTERTAINS CLUB sack of URMA. you can buy a 4S-l& TAYLOR'S, WILLIAMS Mrs. E. G. Bacrass entertained the "The quality store." Ladles Social Club at her home Mon34t2 day afternoon in a most delightful Mrs. James E. Long returned to manner. Reminders of Washington's her homo In Nashville, Tenn., Mon- birthday were muoh in evidence. day, after being tho guest of her In addition to the club membors aunts, Mrs. Lydla Potter and Mrs. several guests were present to enjoy Sadie Williams, for several days. entertainment. At tho hospitable the conclusion of a number of games plows, tho best Vulcan chilled delicious refreshWe of progressive rook chilled plow on tho market. ments were served. , also have a few Oliver chilled plows c and can savo you money on them. 110SIXI3 ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 . The farmers of this community are getting busy preparing for a crop, Mr, and M,rs. Ira Allen and children sowing oats, and clearing ground. of Chicago, 111., are visiting relatives Mr. John Pierce, who had been in In and near Hartford. Mr. Allen will the oil fields in Louisiana, returned romaln only a short time, but Mrs. to his homo at Beaver Dam, and took Allen will make an extended visit hs wife to Hot Springs, Ark.to be returning. treated for rheumatism. The Stork visited Roslne a few Messrs. A. C. Acton and Louis days ago and left a flno boy at tho went to Owensboro yesterday home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wester to unload a carload of automobiles fleld. Grandfater Crowder says he. The autos will bo don't feel one bit older but is thankfor Acton Bros. driven through when tho roads dry ful that he has one more to caro for up. him in his, old age. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hatler are the Mrs. L. A. Welch and Maude Ste- proud parents ot n fine baby girl. phens ,of Fordsvllle Routo 1, are at Mr. Bennio Johnson Is In a Louis-vill- a tho bedside of their neice, little Miss Hospital, being treated for lung Ruby Westerfleld, who is ill of trouble. measles, at the home ot her mother, Rev. Randall preached an InterestMrs. J. D. Holbrook. ing sermon at Salem Church last Sunday, ' Mr, J. D. Holbrook went to Owensboro yesterday to attend the funeral The long suffering family man of his nephew, Thomas Holbrook, gazed, thoughtfully at his wife's new n who died In a Detroit, Mich., hospiskirt. "Well, what do tal, Sunday, from injuries recoived you think of it? she inquired. In a train accident lost week. "At least," he replied, "we won't have to have It cut down when our WANTED Young women and men daughter Is old enough to go to to learn stenography or salesmanship school." Legion Weekly. m at home. Big demand. Typewriter "I shall wear my new evening furnished. Free Employment Service. Wrlto for free literature on Course dress tonight Isn't It a poem?" "Judging from Its shortness, I you prefer. FEDERAL EXTENSION UNIVERSITY. Champaign, Illinois. should call it an epigram." Everetto Illmes Is' 111 at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs., W. A. Illmes. It is thought that he has a cuse of tho flu. 30-d- ay b. bo-fo- ro Ful-kers- on ultra-moder- t'1 K. NO MATTER WHAT YOUR FOOT 4 COATS and COAT SUITS. Can we interest you in our New Spring Coats and Coat Suits, Dresses and Waists? They are here. Styles are beautiful; qualities the very best; prices are much lower. Call and see them. TROUBLES-WHET- HER IT BE FLAT F00T,RHEUMATISM, BROKEN ARCH -T- HIS SHOE WILL RELIEVE YOU. Designed and made by the most highly specialized and fastest growing shoe factory in the world. Ask for the genuine Edmonds "FOOT-FITTENo. shoe with the arch support made into the shoe. R" lthe FALL COATS. Our final appeal to you. Here it: Regardless of cost, any Coat from $20.00 d 1 C AC ylo.VO price to $35.00; final close-oBuy now and save from $10 to $15 in the fall. These prices are for Friday and Saturday only. ut At This Store, You'll Be Served In The Way That Heljis You To Get The Shoes You Want And Our Edmonds Will Serve You In A Highly Satisfactory' Manner. "FOOT-FITTERS" Price $7.00 CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG the yet D. Claire.) (By I. mine workers will hope they may recognize that tho natural Iaw.at industry can not be cheated. I J? 2tea&Ck The Hartford Republican kihuay. SUUUAHYSt Several cases of "flu" and measles ,A are being reported In Hartford. Ro-Eln- Mr. Frank Wallace of South was In Hartford Tuesday. e, EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. SMOKE Wayne MIdklff of Sulphur Springs was a visitor at this office Monday. L. T. Riley, city, went to LouisHe will likely reville, yesterday. turn to-da- y. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS prices Houses wired at reduced during Feb. See WILL HIMES or 34t3 W. C. LOGAN. Wems Parks, of Horse Branch, has Miss Irene Leo Is confined to her been appointed carrier on Route 1, room with illness. for tho Horse Branch office. Mrs. Blanton Ellis Is confined to i Mr. Ansel Hoover who lost his home by fire recently, Is planning to her bed with Illness. erect another within the-- near future. Lime, Plastr and Cement at R. R. Riley, cashier of tho CitiW. E. ELLIS & BRO. . 32t4 zen's Bank made a business trip to Judgo J. P. "Sandefur was in Ow- Louisville, Monday returning Tues. day. ensboro Monday, on business-Mr. R. II. McDowell of Route Is seriously 111 of lung trouble. 2, 5. Dr. J. B. Tappan went to Central City Tuesday, to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. W. D. West of Dayton, Ohio, visiting her father, Mr. D. N. Cooper and family, on Route 2, Hartford. Is Miss Lettlo Marks left yesterday for Louisville, to attend the burial Mrs. Rebecca Barnett Mrs. J. C. RUey spent last week of her aunt, ' Marks. In Owensboro, visiting relatives and ' friends. Miss Mary Fitzhugh of Jackson, guest of her parents, Mr. Mary Render of Centertown, Mich., is the Miss Mad-doand Mrs. James Fitzhugh, of Sulphur J, B. is visiting her aunt,-Mr- s. Springs. nt Owensboro. x, Highest cash price paid for eggs and poultry every day in the year, W. E. ELLIS & A new, BRO. party telephone line tap-pl- n tho country out on the Leltch-fiel- d road, has recently been put In operation. week-en- d Mr. and Mrs. Pum Shreve of Centertown, are the. parents of a baby boy, born February 18th. of DunMr. Griffith Mitchell, Mcdee, was tho guest of Mr. Tim Sunday. Coy, of near town Mrs. Melvin. C. Browning was the guest of ber cousin, Mrs. Hubert Hlghtower and Mr. High-towe- r, at Nocreek. Mrs. J. Allen Deane of Owensboro, in Louisville and the Commercial Hotel. days, shopping. Owensboro a few Mrs. Mary Ellis of Alexandria, Is visit with her American field fence, making an extended Barbed wire, cash sons, Messrs. Stove, W. E. and B. H. Rabbit and poultry fence low LeHIs and families, of this city. price at W. E. ELLIS & BRO'S. 34t4 Mrs. O. T. Burns returned Is visiting her home J. I. Goodman parents, Mr. and Mrs. at tholr apartments In Sunday after being Mr. Trlmblo Pendleton of Kuttawa, guest spent Monday and Tuesduy In HartSunnydalo, was tho ford, the guest of his father, Dr. E. of her aunt, Mrs. J. D. Holbrookand B. Pendleton and Mrs. Pendleton. , family. Little Miss Mary Louise 'Helton of week-en- d Perhaps no human being has exMRS. CHAIILOTTE CARTER perienced In life such a preponderance of happiness that he would, Mrs. Charlotte M. Carter, aged 81 when advanced in age, elect to live years, 7 months and 3 days, died thea same life Over again. Thursday of last week at the home, of her sons, James and Henry CarThe Lord will no doubt shower un- ter, near Narrows. The deceased usual blessings on the members of the lady was the widow of the late AVm. Kentucky Legislature for coming to H. Carter, who was a union voteraa of the war of His rescue in time of need. Mrs. Carter was a devoted memmen," remarked ber of the Baptist church, a splendid "If the a distinguished citizen to me this typo of' woman and greatly respectedL morning, "persist in rating them- by all of her many friends. Burial selves as hirelings, I favor granting of the remains took place on the day them a bonus and then we can regard following her death at the Smith buour debt to them finally discharged." rying. .grounds in the pr'esenca of & large crowd. She is survived by of theorlgln of three sons, Messrs. Charlie, Jamo The circumstance man upon the earth Is unknown, and and Henry Carter. in the present state of knowledge unEI) JACKSON DIES knowable. But these facts are known. man's existence The historian traces Ed Jackson, aged 40, died at his back to the. time when he first recorded in crude symbols a record of home near Equality, Friday morning his progress, and then the palcpnto-logls- t, of last week. Mr. Jackson awoke, delving Into caverns and earth at three o'clock suffering with a sedeposits, traces him farther back to vere palp in his left arm. He called that remote period when hs first ad- his wife who applied liniment and vanced to the stage, of manufacturing suoh remedies as were In the home for a, crude bono and stone Implements. and immediately telephoned Beyond this to the scientific student physician. Tho pain shifted to the. Evolution heart and ho died at 4 o'clock, all is simple conjecture. can not go behind tho record of facts. short tlmo before the arrival of the physician. Mr. Jackson had worked peace and prohibition aro upon his farm tho day prior to hU Universal objects worthy to strive for, but only death and was In apparent sood. the pitifully Ignorant of human his- health. Burial of tho remains took placo tory will hope to achieve either In on Saturday, at Equality. largo measure. Mr Jackson "was n good citizen arill who scorns to Join in tho well beliked by a)l who knew hlra. The man universal scramble , for material Besides his wlf, he is survived. by age-wealth that ho may have leisure to one son, about n'lno years ot m reread and observe and think and MRS. SARAH JANE SMITH flect upon his. relation to the great whole, ot which he is a part, becomes Daughter of S. M. and Elizabeth. an outcast to all but a small company December 5, 1860. of his fellows but be finds himself in James. Born died February 11, 1922, baptized an! company of kings. the annexed to the Church of Christ at Religion founded on authority is Select, November 1882, of whlcU rapidly losing Its hold on the minds church she was a. member until her WInson. of men and religion founded on rea- death. She was married to 23, 1886, ant son and understanding must bo of- Smith, December one son, Earl stead. Not indeed, a now leaves n husband, fered in its religion, but the old religion brought Smith, bookkeeper for The Broadway up to tho measure of man's mental Coal Co., three daughters, Mrs. Bessie Martin, Mrs. Qoldle Leach, anfl. advancement. Mrs. Olga Ranney; two brothers, X. S. and L. M. James, tho latter ot TexIf the Dhysically strong man as saults a woman, a child or a cripple, as; one sister, Mrs. Bettle Miller. Mourn not the dend who calmly He public Indignation clamors for By God's own hand composed t nf thn offender, but all about rest. ex us tho intellectually strong are ploiting tho intellectually weak and For Hnrkf A volco from yonder iVr Proclaims tbuiu blest supremely not a voice of protest is hoard. It b!st. not be always so. will With them the toll and strife Is o'er? Their labors end, their sorrows It the United Mine Workers of Amcease; erica porsist in their announced purpose of an Increased wage tho great- For thoy havo gained tho "''"itut shore est struggle In the history of the coal ' Wbero dwells scrcuo.oternal peace, will roault. Real friends of industry Gl-G- r pun-lohmn- nt V y FARM DEPARTMENT. IRISH CURRENCY DON'T LET LANDIS ISSUE DISCUSSED QUIT, FOE URGES nt! Ing good era?, m on stvernl million Srnxonn! Tips For Gardener. Inipenclunrnt Impossible If HeMgna- - Hunkers Oppovo Free Stnto Proposal February nnd early lot acres of ppor soil at n season of During late Would Hamper Trade. Uon Is Accepted, Welty year mii pastarw are likely f starch Is the time to start the war the Writes Harding. up and burning he short IJeli't n legume, It is a on insects by raking Dublin, Feb. 18. Proposals for a Jinny se- good soli builder. Nc soils are too all trash In tho garden. Washington, Feb. 20. President new Irish currency and Irish postage The Hartford Republican has made a special in this poor or too sour fr the clover, the rious insects nre harbored Harding was asked today by former stamps ar being discussed by tho provtrash during the winter nnd early specialists say. nnd It also hos clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Congressman Hcnjamln F. Welty of Free Stato authorities. spring. If it is not cleaned up un- ed Us usefulness on some ot the bet Ohio, not to accept the resignation of Hanking circles hero are said to Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one of the State. til later in tho season, they are al- tert soils r.o,ifi niriv In inn stirlnc Kenshnw Mountnln Landls ns Judge bo strongly opposed to any alteration ia year for the low price of ready nctlve and cannot be destroyed jln tho currency on tho ground that being the best of the Federal court at Chicago. March or April by this method. fori If Judge Landls should bo permit-- 1 It will hampor trado and cause com-po'Those who have not made out their months. A good combination r0,lre nt th,s tlm0' Welty do-- 1 plications by the establishment of yet land is five pounds of reelean- - ten orders for garden seeds already will v" l"u .u.K,h.. '. profit by doing so at once. Enough ed Red Top nnd 10 pounds of Japan- It would" be Impossible to impeach change,' but national sentiment may acre, according to tho spe.seeds should bo ordeiod from some clover an him for accepting tho position as high sweep theso objections aside. Some reliable seed houso to last Inrough-ou- t clallsts. commissioner of baseball should Con- - predict that before (he end ot the The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest tho season. Tho best seeds are gross pass a law making it necessary year Irish printing presses will be Catarrh Cannot Be Cured cheapest In the end. and best papers in the South and we hope to receive acturning out Irish treasury notes. APPLICATIONS, as they for a Federal.Judgo to confine his notations of crops Is ns Important With LOCAL fhn K.lt nt thfl fllSAflHe. tivities to his Judicial duties. Mnnnl rnntl Reckoning by pounds, shillings nnd many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and is in the use of Catarrh Is a local disease, creatly the garden as It will contlnuo for Although Welty's efforts during pence doubtless nnced byo conMltutlona conAtloni. and n,. seventy-fiv- e r.lnn this ,n QQej. cents cash for both papers. Send in n cure u yvu musi rfM. liuiu uiuiio. x tho last'session df Congress to secure some timo, nnd English silver nnd remedy. Hall's Catarrh year so hat you will not have the Internal taken lnternnlly and acts Medi. tlle impeachment of Landls for ac- - copper will contlnuo to circulnte; but your subscription now. Don't delay. thru cmo s tho samo vegetable growing on the same the blood on tho mucous surfaces of was ceptlng n 50,000 a year Job ns base- - It is anticipated that the Fre State system. Hairs Catarrh Medicine year, ground that it did last system of will adopt tho decimal Pn con" "all arbiter were futile, It was this country for years !? The most useful garden is the one of some of tho best tonics knprtn. catC(i by his letter to the President coinage as soon as practicable and that has a succession of crops thru-ocSmbfnatlonl0nftI.at he Intended to push his fight that Irish dollars and cents, or whatthe season. This plan will neces- the Ingredients in Hall's Catarrh Medl- ,ti0 ,ienttn lila retlronnnt ever their equivalent Gaelic names tilers. -t hi uniiinniimin ti ntinfMii'nwiuiwinuii. ."sitate several plantings of early vege- clno Is Inwhat produces such wonderful f rom Congress. may bo, ultimately will take tho William Dawes McKlnley, wan I catarrhal conditions Send for results n tables such as radishes, onions anJ testimonials, rree. CO., Props., Toledo, O. place of tho sterling money. son of Col. James F. McKlnley, a W7S g "If you should accept tho F. J. CHENEY & peas. Ail DrUKsrtsts, 75c. As for postage stamps, tho propo- nephew of the Into President nnd now of Judge Landls," Welty wrote Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Save time nnd lnbor and keep down President, "you will take away sal is that Ireland shall content her- - stationed at Fort McPherson, dedicatthe mt the weeds easier this year by planting tho impeachment jurisdiction from; self for tho present with making an ed the tree. garden seeds in long rows This RED EMMA GIVES the The Senate held In the' arrangement with Great Britain for It was planted under tho nusplcs Congress. allows the use of a wheel cultivator FEAR TO WEDEN Illount and Belknap cases that per- - printing n surcharge inscription, of organizations of the Daughters Succeed when everything etse fails. or even a horse cultivator In some In nervous p'osttatloa ur.d female sons cannot be Impeached after they probably consltstng of a shamrock, and Sons of tho Confederacy here. vrakneise they are the supreme cases. Beds of lettuce, cnlons and Nation Unable To Get Hid' of Umvel- - cease to be civil officers of the Unlt- - or harp, combined with the word i remedy, ai thousands have testified. radishes are .out of date. "Erin" in Irish characters on th ed States. coinc Plotters May He An"What's all thnt noise gwlne on FOn ECIUNCY.LIVERANO Leave a place in the garden th's Congress face of tho stamps now In use. h "If tho archist Center. ovab at yon' house last night?" asked STOMACH TROUBLE year for spinach as It is one of the Later on, tho Free Stats will makes this character of employment i: is the best medicine ever sold an old colorad woman of another. most healthful vegetables that can . nV.F ft .1,1,1.1. 'n wuii.W. its own stamps, and they are not "Sounded like a' lot ot catamounts Jj Stockholm, Feb. IS. Swedon is unlawful it necessarily follows that UUj.. .. ... ' .t i J 'mtu i JJMMWW7 wum bo grown. It is a qttlcl- - maturing be Impeached un- likely to bear the English, kins' facing a curious dilemma as tho re- Judge Landls will done broke loose." crop and will funish n large amount hospitality In less clemency Is extended in ,hts Image. "Dm? Why dat was nothin' only, groens. For early greens, plant sult of Its of e granting temporary asylum to Em case. de ojen'man from the furniture store t the last of March. Gardeners et the WHY BE SICK? Bul"Tho American game of baseball collecting his easy payments." Berkman College of Agriculture say the Vic- ilia Goldman, Alexander Shapiro, deported sport cannot continue as a national and Alexander lock Way. toria, Bloomsdale or New Zealand originally n .i to Russia from the United sport if those making millions, by Thousands of people have found nre good varieties for Kentucky. mfjztwwmvw i States. Since this trio arrived sev- - legal methods are protected while the STONES SPECIFIC the medicine nrn The man who says style A few minutes, spent In the jarden eral other Hussinn anarchists have ' baseball players are punished for they needed for Rheumatism, Stom- shocking Is- always ready to be a each day is better than three hours throwing tho game. ach, Liver, Kidneys, Chills, Colds. La come Into the country. r. Chainbersbtirg Pub-- 1 once a week. "Congress has made It unlawful Grippe. Constipation, AVeak and RunAs matters now stand Sweden may FOR PERSONAL HYRIENF. or employe down Systems. A Blood Purifier lie Opinion. have to deport the anarchists for a Government official Dissolved In water for dcuciie ttopr Doubled Acreage Of Soybeans Pre- either pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamor cope with a movement said to be to receive 'any salary In connection and System Builder, made of herbs dicted. mation, necommesded by Lydia E. on foot, of making Stockholm an in- with his services as such official or and iron. To Introduce Stone's' Spe FinUham Med. Co, for ten ytars. Lexington, Ky., Feb. IS. Kentucemploye from any sourco other tnnnCjic Wo will give a full size $1.00 A healing wonder for naral catarrh. ky will grow about twice as many ternational anarchist center. Ohio County United State ioox free. with your order for one sore throat and torn eye Economical. But to what country can these the Government of the soybeans in 1922 as were grown in . Mil ltllPn!in.rv rlMS.ina .ml ,.n..L..I government make an excep- - box of Stones Specific. We make 2 (bueaiaFrr. 5V. ll dwrnM. or r.r" W according to In- anarchists be reported? Nobody Can the the State in 19?1. a Federal medicines and we want you to 'know- Dctou. Mm. .DiJ. wants them. Since their arrival in tion to this law in case of dications being cited by crops speoth-- j Judge who besmlrchos the Judicial stones Specific will keep you well. CIUCL'IT COUHT College of Agriculture. Stockholm Emma Goldman and cialists at the Meets first Mondny in March, May er anarchists from Russia have so'! ermine by selling his birthright for send check or money order for ?1. 00. The IncreaaeJ popularity of this leroundly denounced the Soviet Gov-- ! a mess of pottage?" (Your money back If not satisfied, and July; third Monday In September gume crop as a soil builder end feed 10, and fourth Monday in November: eminent that if they aro returned to' Fifteen Words In Landls' Letter Of .This offer will expire March for livestock together villi a CO per Russia the Bolshevik authorities, 1922. So order this big Bargain to- .fudge George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. ItosiKuation of seed cent reduction in the price Glover II. Cary, Washington, Feb. 20. The resig- day. Samples free. leniency, may Com'th. Attorney never noted for are held responsible for the probable send them all to their or deal with nation of Federal Judge Landls,. an1). W. STONE MEDICINE CO. Calhoun. Jail acreage. Last year with increase in ', Clerk Frank Black. nounced Saturday In Chicago, was Marion, Ky. them in a more summary fashion. seed as high as from four to six doB. IV. Ellis. References Marion Bank, Marion, Master Commissioner Germany already has put up the received today at the White House: llars a bushel, there was an Increase was It was written in Judge Landls' own Ky. 33tl Tiusteo Jury Fund L. B. TIchcnor. per cent over the 1920 acre- bars against these agitators, as COUNTY COURT shown recently when JIIss Goldman handwriting .was dated Chicago, Feb. producing sections age in the main Flubb Gladys is causing a riot Convenes first Monday In each tried to enter Germany for tho pur- IS, and read as follows: of the State, according to the special pose "Dear Mr. President: I resign as with her extra short skirt. month: of attending the international ists. ' Dubb Her skirt isn't extra short. Jtidse R. R. Wedding. anarchist congress In llorlln. Fre-un- District Judge for the Northern Dls The Mammoth Yellow variety gives County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. representative to this trlct of Illinois, effective March 1, Her legs aro extra long. New York Austria's the greatest hay yield In Kentucky conclave was arrested on the border 1922. Very respectfully, Sun. Clerk Guy Ranney. while the Haberlandt and Lexington by tho German police. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: "KENSHAW MOUNTAIN LANDIS." A Safe Old Fashioned "One never hears a breath of are at present most largely used for m Mack Cook, Iris Render, George fcnii Now the Stockholm press states planting in the same row and at the Remedy for Worms When the bowels become Irregular scandal about her." Pi Jones. was adopted at tho that a resolution "Why? Hasn't she rfny friends?" same time with corn. The supply of Seventy. fire years contin. Tuiler Nat Hudson. Berlin anarchist congress to estab- you are uncomfortable and the longuous use is the best testiseed In the State Is large enough to bu- er this condition exists the worse you QUARTERLY' COURT lish an International anarchist monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE The convert who recently got up at supply all Kentucky growers this reau In the Swedish Capital .presuma- feel. You can get rid of thhj misery can offer you. a prayer meeting and thanked the Convenes first Monday In each month. year, the specialists say. Aboift six bly Keep a bottle always on Take a because Stockholm is now the quickly by using Herblne. FISCAL CO Lord that he had three wives in pounds of seed are required for an temporary abiding place hand. It will help keep of so many dose on going to bed and se how heaven was (so it Is rumored) subseTuesday after first MonConvenes the little ones healthy trcre. fine you feel next day. Price COo. quently loading anarchists. i and happy. first Tuosdny In obsorved paying $2 nt a day in January; m Drug Co. 30catxilelrouit!ruKgiat'sor Tho press emphasizes that It would Sold by Ohio County bookstore for a copy of "How to Pro April and October, It. It. Wedding tenetalitoic: or il your dealer Ili'tidci-MIn Produc- bo most Flock Lends aa un l.upplyyou.arndhiin.mn unfortunate if Swedon's County Judge,, presiding. long Life." Eve. duce d 30c in ilimni and we'll tion of Kjigs1 PltiEST THRASHES THIEF. hospitality should be abused by thus eau you a bottle promptly. J. P. McCoy, Hartford 1st District t Lexington, Ky., Fob. IS. A flock E. A S. FREY. conmaking Stockholm an .anarchist hllimut. Mi. Wife They say the new packing- 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towSeeing a man breaking open tho of 179 White Wyandotte hens owned fer and tho same papers assert that house Is to be In the colonial style. Corydon, lead the by J. T. Wilson, in his church, Father Sherienergetic steps will be taken aguinst poor-bo- x' Husband I'll bet It won't smell Sw! District Q. B. Brown, Simmons State's demonstration flocks In Jan- any attempts of this character. dan of St. Vincent's church, Buffalo, colognelal, all tho same. ltli District J. R. Murphy, Fords-vlllnverage uary egg production with an didn't wait for the police but proceedurn production of 12.1 eggs a hen, aced to give the man a sound thrash- IMMIGRANTS EARN HUGE WILL ."Hi District Sam II, Holbrook, Hartcording to an announcement by J. ing. ' When the officers'arrlved thay FORTUNES IN ARGENTINA Trs) ford, R. F. D. No. 4. SUE LOOKS SO TAKE OUR Era H. Martin, In charge of poultry work found the thief much the wor&e for (ltli Dlhtrict Mack Martin, Narrows, wear. Father Sheridan was formerat tho College of Agriculutre. This Buenos Aires, Feb. 18. The UnitIt. F. D .No. 2. WELL AND HAPPY ly u football player on the Niagara ed States may be the "land of promflock, which has produced an aver7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beaage of. 28. 0 eggs a hen since Nov. 1, university team. ise" for European Immigrants but It ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. o-- e A Treatment 1021, also is the leading one to date. is not the only land hi he Western HOARD OK EDUCATION A flock of 100 Ithode Island Heds Hemisphere where promises of riches See the rich, red blood, the Stipoilntcndijnt Mrs. I. S. Mason. SEMB&&AW S.'-'- TfJ lOr YYtAK e owned by J. W. Muster, Lyons, S i ii ioe for tho humble who labor have been FOR FLETCHER'S m LUI1UO Convenes First Monday In over ffiit&n&JKfrm-county, was second' among the sign of health, showing " fulfilled. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C, ra'iTvShiWa v Ci'if ii month. . CONSUMPTION January high producers with a record A local newspaper has Just 'pub tsr2XK&ntcivMmM in her lovely cheeks. Secretary-Treasurer. and of 10.2 eggs a hen. J. U. Wilson, lished a list of immigrants or de- it. A. Owen, Chnlrmnn, Hartford t() FEET WIDE .SPRITE LOG, owned Olaton, Ohio county, the A quick iclicl for lhat tired, run down feeling II. F. D. No. G. BREAKS .MILL'S MACHINERY scendants of immigrants from Italy coughs, pains in chi'tl. night sweat J, tieroor third flock in the list, his 12S White numbering 111. Vico Chairman, Hart rhigci, weak lungs or consumption. women have naturally beau W. R. Carson, Some If it dots Plymouth Rocks having producod an Tholr combined fortunes gained In not belp you It costs you ootbioi. tiful comploxlous that tell you there ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Iloqualm, Wash., Feb. IS. An average ot 10.1 eggs a lion. Argentina are estimated to oxeeed Nat.Llndloy, Centortown. R. F. D. 1 Lock box et& Is plenty of richness in their blood. enormous spruce log, ten feet In diaOHIO MEDICAL CO. Other owners among the first ton COLUMBIA o neavor Dam Their figures bocomo well formed, meter, bolloved tho largest ever cut 1.000.000.000 pesos, or 5424.500.00 ma who had high producing flocks for supple', rounded, nnd graceful. Those In this section, recently wag sawed In Amorican money. Claud Renfrew, Dundee. tho month were: Sue Allen Quick, Eviimlimtlons. Llvlii, 3IcLoan county; Mrs. .1. A. aro 'the results of rich, red blood, midg Into 10,000 board feet of lumber, ATLANTA HONORS McKINLEY plenty of it. There Is no need of here. For Common School Dlplomus counKern, Jeffersontown, Jofforson FOR CONFEDERATE TRIBU'l LIV-VER-Lthin and scrawny from poor When first put on the saw, tho big AX Fourth Friday nnd Saturday In Janty; Mrs. J. W. Pope, Shephordsville, blood. Get a few bottlos of Gude's log broke tho mill machinery and was uary, and Second Friday and SaturHullltt county; Mrs. Eugono Cultou, Atlnntn, Feb, IS. A tree was take It with your not cut 'until repairs woro made. ' planted In Ga., May. To bo held in Fords- Parksville, Hoyle county; William Piedmont Park today In day in meals for a few weeks. It will give Somo time ngo a larger log was memory ville, Beaver Dam and Hartford. Cooms, Kirk, Hrcckenrldgo county; of the lato President Wilyou plonty of red blood. By building brought here but ,no mill would For Teachers' Certificates Third TMrs. M. 11. Bamnrd, Ohio County and liam McKlnley, who, in a speech de n up tho blood, you give tho entire tackle It and it was placed in a Ho- - livered hero shortly Friday and Saturday In May, June S. J. Howard, Henderson, Henderson after the a chance to restore itself na- quaim park for exhibition purposes, Spanish-America- n Except notlco Is September. county. War, advocated and e v, turally, and that brings natural given to tho contrary the latter exsharo in the Myrtle My dear, 1'vo Just visit- that tho Government beauty f effects aminations will be held in Hartford. Juji Cloier Proves Worth As Soil bloom and good and all the Gude's ed n fortune-telle- r, nnd she told me care of graves of Confederate sol- and Joys of health. Get OFFICERS OTHER Builder and Feed. n at your druggist's In where to find my future husband. R. F. Keown, Tav Commissioner Lexington, Ky., Feb. 18, Having liquid Gladys Give me her address. or tablet form. Advertise Peelrfcht all tho time. Don't lay oft Fordsvlllo. demonstrated Its usefulness both as ment. . am Whims .1 VvinA Tvvtn ' Maybe I'll be able to find my present vy vui At! iui uujfa ! Survejor C. 8. Moxlcy, Fordsvlllo when pleasant Lio- - Vtr-La- x lUMng CUIOmet pasture crop and ns a soil buildet, jt keeps yotl one. ot Ira Jones, Whito pn your feet, while roliovlngyour troujb Japan clover, frequency calloJ Jap Lady, to salosmun who had unlo. Safor too, and easy to take. Donl Run. Lespedeza, Is proving ta be a rolled all tho linoleum Thank you, or Kate Did she marry for love or tako anything else. You can't afford HARTFORD m'oro valuable legume crop in Ken- so much, my llttlo boy has enjoyed It. money? it. Eliminates poisons, clennsca bvb , Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constinatioa A nat tucky than most ot tho old I'll bring b n tomorrow to see tho Roks Love, of course Ho's a colural remedy, natural in its actions, bum legumes, according to soils carpets. Sucrnxt s,ini0r w. C. Blankonshlp. Judgo. lege professor. in its effect and certain in results. II Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. nnd crops specialists at the College . won't bo long beforo t win She (as they dance) ROCKPORT Whore havo Apple Did you find that corn cure of Agriculture, who aro advocating completely displaco calomel in overj home. Children can take it freely unij of tho I mot you before? There is some- was good for your corn?. tho uso of this crop to farmers Robert L. Green, Judgo. with perfect safety. Every bottle truar. thing vory familiar in tho way you I should Bodwoll Good for it! Stato Lee W, Phorson, Marshall. anteed. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nona f.TtiVT 7M fffby put your arm around my waist. say so. After only one application The crop nlroady is spreading Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without tho likeness nnd eiirwd turo of L. K, Grfcsby, For sale by r lle Why, don't you remombor? I the corn had grown till It was so big W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. its own efforts ovor much of tho "laid S. X. SIIdMAMI, I couldn't get my shoo on, . Htrtfox. Bb ..out" land in the State and furnish-- ', was your very first husband Stllll Mason, Treasurer. A GASH OFFER ' or "" ""' -"""" ""..".. $1.75 tn-:?- v.r 0... iie . IncH-pos- ut inLdhl "&' ii0, Bitters wtu 4Eh&WSriJPmal imjf Sixty-sevent- do-sl- gn well-mea- nt Every Woman Wanis 11- dnwtswi! - shock-absorbe- DIRECTORY . . 1hPll-nTlCrnpin- A r Mothers use FreyS V, V N d, For the Children YerMfme JlrC aw i e. YOU. Mm, GERMINAL REMEDY Ln-ru- Children Cry OAST Q R A i lo FORiONE MONTH ' M bo-In- USE Popto-Manga- ft sys-tor- ,For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Popto-Manga- well-kno- ax W ita X J 'v ,' dOOD TIMES RETURN wnwmw - SJi ' v- !;, ity "t'4, .N-- v ."' 'rv n"mifi"t3y9!r k T'(p wry;' - vr-rq- y.i., ijuniyffiy; m, V th construction of a now railway ns relief to tho shipper. "Hut tho circumstances being ns from Now York to Snn Franolsco. HOOVER'S FORECAST Wo must add nl lonit 120,000 cars they are, confldeiiro being at a low and 2,r,00 locomotives annually to ebb, we do not havo tho equipment ' Wo nro our equipment. Hlnco wo entered necosnary for our business. Ijiiw Freight HnU's I'wd For Farmer, the war In 1917 we havo constructed driving headlong for a ctbndlc to our It. V. Iinlior Hoard I'ralxril nt loast 10,000 mllos of rnllwny loss wholo cominurco tho vory moment Hy ('(imiiicicc lliinl. than our Increasing population and thnt wo begin to get on our foot. "In theso circumstances it seems economic developing' chlled fat, and we nre. behind In rol'lng stock by to mo vltnl thnt tho rnllways as our Washington, Fob. IS Predicting about 1,000 locomotives and 200,000 grentest Industry should propose n of grant proaporlty, cars. I wish tn nmti!iiitttzn th.it un courageous program of broad vision-c- d a resumption btttormonts, and If necessary tho limiting the Republican. Congress for less wo can have an Immediate resumption of construction and equip- - Government should consider giving the establishment of tho Railway Labor Hoard for tho peaceful adjust- inent of our commercial community the uso ot Its superior crqdlt.. It taxpayer a cent to ment of disputes, and urging means j will pay ttoVi the cot of iho whole would not cost tho providing work for 000,000 men of them In tholr losi'.-f- oil a Maple give tho Government guaranty to of upon the primary now unemployed, Herbert Hoover, season. Tho very moment, that wo equipment trusts railways, tho proIn an address reach nnythl ig like normal business responsibility of the Secretary of Commerce, wo shall sco h repetition of car short- ceeds dovoted entirely to Improve-- , to the Interstate Commerce CommisThis is no proment and equipment. sion, asks for now development of age, followed by an lncrcasj In tho of coal to the consumer fiom $1 posal to take money from the taxcost American railways. payer. It Is a proposal to save him In what Is regnrded as ono of tho to $3 n ton; wo shall again see pre20 cents n bushel tor the from paying treble the amount of his v most Important economic .statements miums of guaranty In profiteering and losses. of tho Harding Administration ho use of.car for moving grain; we shall, In fact, seo a shortage of cam'isodltlts It will render n reduction of rates aays: earlier, for unless something is done "In responding to the Invitation to to tho consumer: and wo shall sec glut upoi the hands of 'the pro- the Improvements will have to bo discuss some of tho problems present ducers. Wo shall seo factories fill- paid over years out of Increased J In your general railroad lnvestlga- for lack rates. Nor would wo lose n cent uped with 't tlons, I shnll devote myself to throe of caro; orders again closed Intermlt-tenc- y on tho guaranty, for If Amorlcan railwo shall see large of the railway topics which especially in employment; and wo shall ways can not earn Interest upon their arlso from tho present economic seo the usual profiteering In commo-'dltle- s borrowings let us throw up our hands . situation. duo to a stricture between tho nnd prepare for a second Russia. "I do not need to review at length producer nnd consumer. . of construction "A real program thnt wo are recoverying from the ramifications "There would bo no dlff.culty would In Its various of tho destruction and Inflation grentest wnr In history, that wo are whatever, by basing such los3e3 on give relief to flvo or six hundred It already thousand of our unemployed. wo have tho experiences suffering from the waste, tho numbers to tho Ameri- would enable even ndded and overcxpnnslon of tho had to calculato a loss to Incrcaso their standard of living, postwar boom, and that tho war has can people of a billion dollars for periodic transpor- and thus give Increased market to brought about groat shifts In tho each one of these tho produce of our farmers. Our movemont and prlve levels of com- tation shortages. "Furthermore, thero is nothing farmers who look to foreign markets modities between nations. surplus should stop to con"I would, however, suggest that it that Is so irrecovorablo a loss to tho for their our homo consumption of sider that might bo profitable for our people 'nation as Idle shops and Idle men. meat decreased nearly 7 pounds per to get a somewhat clearor porspectlve Today wo have both. There Is nothcapita In i:21, mostly owlntj to unof our own and tho world's troubles ing that will so quickly start tho employment, rnd that If thl3 decrease Evon a superficial springs of business and employment and problems. bo overcome it would bj wcrth survey must bring us' out of an at- ns an immediate resumption of con- - could more than a 35i per cent Increase In mosphere of gloomy Introspection In- jstruction and equipment of the rail-- 1 oxports. to an assuring realization that, great ways, when business does resume "Wo talk glibly of giving billions capacity we wo shnll need may soem, all of our ns our dislocations relatively aro In an enviable position. for the production of consumable of credits to foreign countries to Inand as u coods. Wo shall not only find it crease our farm exports. I wish to Our nation Is unshnkon, are gotting our hearings In strangled for lack of transportation, say, with all responslblty for tho pople we spent a world of porploxlng economic ad- but will' find ourselves plunging in- statement, that' a bllllo ndollars glvo thore la unemployto tho manufacture of this verr rail- upon American railways will justments. 'Whilo people more ment and lack of profit taking, we way equipment and construction in more employment to our panic. Wo nre compara- - competition with consumable goods advance to our industry, moro asare froe of tlvely moro restless than Injured. for materials and labor. Herein llos sistance to our farmers, than twice For Instauce, as heavy as our tax ' the basic cause of destructive price that sum expended outside the Inflation nnd booms, with all their frontiers of the United States, and lmrden Is It is still less than one-ha- lf In times thero will bo greater security for the our nation-a- l ' waste nnd ovcrexpanslon. to 1 .is great In proportion productivity as tho other states In of depression we should prepare for investor. j trie future, and by doing so we can "Finally, I want to refer to the tho war. veritable witches' caldron being tod readjustment, cure tho depression itself. "The violence of our j tho fundamental constantly with hates distilled from "It however. Is without parallel, and we treasonswo examine for failure to resume equlp- - the misdeeds ot railway promoters in our measometimes tend to color in tlie loss of i sures for tho future by the depression meut wo will find them as an Invest-- j the past, from tho conflicts between wo must confidence in railways the railways and their workmen. we aro In. Tho fnct Is that e of predicate all plans for the future on ment and tho competition passed tne j From all the confusion that arises and the ultlmnto return of the American ! securities. Wo have In this depres- - from It we destroy our railways comdestroy ourselves. With this people to a normal economic activity tmrlod of credit strain capital Is pouring by mission, on ono hand, assuring honwith our annual progress In the ex- slon. Surplus millions monthly into esty In finance, justice to the shipper pansion of our production, of our j hundreds of e securities and foreign loans and the railway Investor, with the plant and equipment, of our skill and to Railway Labor Board assuring justice efficiency. There can bo no land yet our railways are unable our ' of con to workers, and above all, with a tako finnnr tho most moderate question that this return will Tho confidence great spirit ot public service in our place, and no responsible body will struction programs. railway Investments generation of railway managers, It approach our problems on any other of the public In the war is time to call oft the witches and ono of us would submit to was at so low an ebb before basis. Not prepar- that flnanco by tho issue of common take some vision of our national sitthe charge that wo were not had b6como Imed to bet against any odds upon the and preferred stocks expansion was uation If we are to pull ourselves out possible and railway of this depression. future of tho United States. Our confi"If I were to discuss the' rates expedite this recovery living on bond issues. The problem Is to assurance and continuicharged today I should say at once to speed up employment of our dence of and power to cover this bur- that a decrease In passenger rates Is workers, and thereby find market for ty In earning of bonds has been oven lowered not nearly so vital to the community den our farmers. passenger rates war began becauso of un"If we look at tho national eco- since tho of both rising nnd falling as freight rates, for certainties do not enter Into the 'spread' In pronomics situation as a Wholo.the great .t0ir.r nnd fnlHni? wuires. of portion to the relative volume ot est Impulse thnt can bo given to re- 'rising and falling rates, preventing earnings. It I were examining the covery from any source whatever Is of earnings upon which freight rates I should at once say that a reduction of rates on primary com- all regularity an Investor could be covlnced, evon coal, metals, wood and agricultural the Imwith modities combined factors entered difficult goods should be mediate resumption of railway con- If other problem. I see no occasion and other producers' tho reduced to .the bottom before l.c.l. and equipment. Tho first into struction of past rail- and class rates are touched. of operating to go Into tho labyrinth n depends way finance, Its propriety or lack of "I would bo willing to go even costs, tho second upon restoration of propriety, .Its foolishness or Its skill. further nnd say that I am convinced credit for our railways. generation is gono by. This that even It tho commission cannot "Ono thing Is absolute Our trans- That tho commission approaches the financial . thi present moment Justifiably re- portation facilities aro below problems of the railways upon the acrailway Incomes' a single dolneeds of our country, nnd unless wo tual value not upon their Issues of lar It Is warranted In Investigating construchave a quick resumption of securities, and I tako It wo are liv- the possibility of some relief to the tion tho wholo community agriculing for the future, not tho past. We more distressed commodities by a tural, commercial nnd industrial want transportation nnd we want rovislon of some rates upward. Thero will bo gasping from a strangulation tho values of private Initiative is perhaps no groat field for changes caused by Insufficient transportation public service. Is worth intho moment that our business activi- and clean lbok to tho immediate fu- in this direction, but it "If wa quiry. As mentioned above, an ecoyears ties resume. For tho past fivo with Its completo necessity of nomic analysis of our Industry will we havo had no consequential expan- ture, paring tho railway earnings down to show that 1. c. 1. and class rates are sion to our railway transportation moro than bond interest, until far too low compared to the rates on machine. With but ono Interval of little we glvo relief to tho shipper (and primary commodities. nine months In 1918 and 1919 wo had primary foundation to bu"Determination of nnythlng in tho a car shortago throughout tho wholo thus the siness recovery,) I can see littlo like- nature of permanent rate basis is In of tho years 191C, 1917, 1918, 1919, lihood of convincing tho investor ns my own view Impossible nt tho presand 1920. This shortago roso to as margins of safety. Thero Is ent time because: high aa 1C0. 000 cars, with a corres- to his atmosphere that our railways will "Tho Inst flvo years of changing ponding shortage of motive power. an novor again earn profits, and that administration, Irregular traffic, and ""Wo paid tremendous sums in comthoy aro not us an Industry worthy wldoly fluctuating wngos and prices mercial losses and unomploymnt In investment, and that because pri- of materials glvo us but little reliaconsequence We laid i mtQ tho of vate Investors will not conio to their ble historical criteria upon which to war. Wo should lay . It onto our assistance nobody can do anything. base tho future. Wo are In tho lack of foresight and antagonism to "Far from it being Impossible for midst ot violent economic readjustrailroads. our railways again to rotum to a ments, of a profound Industrial 'de"Fow peoplo seem to realize the profitable footing, 1 believe It is pos- pression. No ono can determine to n amount of oxpanalon In our trnnsppr-tatlosible o demonstrate that on an av- what plane the reduction in operatmachine necessary to keep erage thoy will become vory profi- ing costs will settle No ono can espace with tho growth of th; country. we assume that the reduc- timate the volume of traffics that are seem to havo any table. It And an oqual fow tion ot prices and wage levels will probable for any particular period notion of the" price wo pay for not settle at a piano no lower than 50 ahead. It appears to mo, therefore, having It. Our country Is moro de- por cent over prewar, and it we that the commission will noed ot pendent upon railway trausport than thnt the nresent rates aro to temporize the situation for some have compare any other. All others maintain, nnd it we assume restored time and thnt Its conclusion may well tlvely greater coast lines and Internal fall Into threo periods: traiuc, iubu iuo caw....- waterways. Tho ox'porlonce'of the 20 ways would exceed IB per cent on "First. The immediate present. that years before the war has shown commission's tenta"Socond. During the early period extension of linos, the whole of theSurely wo must build ,an thero is room of decreasing costs and increasing tive valuation. additionIncluding terminal facilities, recovering to hero for safety to Investment as well efflcloncy and slowly al sidings etc., overy year equal I I ' tax-fretax-fre-upon-reductioas-n.- - M0 444444 n CALL In fact, we ns . ;'( are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. !h BLAUK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You VJHk '"W HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. A 'V ,T; Hartford Printing Company V INCORPORATED , :m w ?v:sf .j HARTFORD, KENTUCKY "Art -- f :.M m mised and a more strict enforcement traffics. WHITE HOUSE IS of the law proposed. "Third. Normal operations. RADIO EQUIPPED Secretary Wallace, of the Departwe survey the results of the "If ment ot Agriculture, yesterday prepast year In the application of prescosts and rates wo find many Wireless Tulk And Music Get Govern- dicted that It would be only 'a short ent time before "Individual fariners evrailways failing to earn interest upments Attention erywhere can install receiving sets at borrowed capital; we find on their Washington . ,Feb .17. A recent small expense and get frequent dally some others more fortunately situatmeeting resulted in the reports from the principal grain and. on cabinet ed who have earned dividends two ex- President directing Secretary ot Com- live stock markets, weather forecasts-an- d their share capital. One or important news." ceptions of low bonded Indebtedness merce Hoover to call a conference bf experts of the army and navy and The chief engineer Of the Signal havo done extraordinarily well on situation by districts, In order that from commercial life, with scientitfc Corps research laboratory has perconsider their share capital. If we survey tho authorities to governmenthow far the fected a 'wired wireless suporphone' should go which may be attached to any existing-telephonsingle Instances do not mislead us, United States of wave lengths in line without interference of the In the control we will find that the whole telephony. with It, and by means of which a. con1, southern rodds, barely cover- wireless telegraphy and class Plans are under conslderalon by versation entirely separate from ed bond interest, while the most fortelephone conversation, may-group, the western roads, which the White House will be tunate cent equipped with a complete wireless be carried on with perfect secrecy, show an earning of only 4 per Presi- no operator or "central" not provid In 1921 upon tentative valuation. telephone outfit, by which the dent may "listen In" direct to the ed with the new apparatus being abler Moreover, It Is obvious that maintenwireless news which Is sent through to "listen in" to the "superphone" ance has been held to a low level. conversation, ""The present earnings in their the air. The department of Commerce has perilous closeness to bond obligaInauguSurgeons agree that In cases oC tions seem to me to dispose of the just prohibited tho recently Important rated process of "broadcasting" by cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, tha-flrquestion of Immediate treatment Is most Important. rate relief If we do not wish wide- which wireless telephone concerts, lspp-plle- d' spread receivership and shocks to sermons, dally news, stock market When an efficient antiseptic promptly, there Is no danger o sporting reports are sent out. and our whole commercial fabric." prohibition resulted from failure Infection nnd the wound begins to i The T tuning of heal at once. Por use ott man, or j of amateurs to confine the Dollars and Cents, their Instruments to the legal wave beast, Borozone is tho Ideal antfsep Buy it now pro- tic and healing agent. Counting it only in dollars and length of 300 meters, which has duced much confusion and interrup- and be ready for an emergency. cents, how much did that last cold' government Price 30c, 60c, and $1.20. Sold by cost you? A man may not always tion to commercial and m wireless. New regulations are pro Ohio County Drug Co. stop work when ho has a cold, but It would bo better If ho did. perhaps It takes about ten- - days to get completely rid of a cold under the usual treatment. That time can bo much! shortened by taking Chnraberlaln.'s i Cough Remedy and proper care of yourself, in fact, a bottle ot thlst remedy In the houso Is a mighty good in our family, "For years wa have used Black-Draug- ht Investment during the winter and, and I have never found any medicine that could take its m spring months. place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville,Tenn. Mr. Stas cy, who is a Rutherford Cou..ty farmer, recommends Black-Draug- ht Dingus Did you follow the advice as a medicine that should be kept in every houseand do given in the nowspapors hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- your Christmas shopping early? ' vent them from developing Into serious troubles. Podunk No; I was the man who every-- , started tho movement. I got body else to hustlo around and' got their shopping done, and then I went In and did mine op the. day before Xmas, without bolng hurried or BLACK-DRAUGH- T Jostled, tor tho stores were almost empty. e -st m $' ',. BBBoyannDanDDiDDDDniiDDaDRaB J s Colds 5c Headache s j. . r'i 'v, ir I :i L m q W "' THEDFORD'S S g g D. "FVirmnr ninnt." asked tho col- lege student who was working as a farm-han- d during his vacation, "doi you think I'll ever becomo a successful agriculturist?" "We-e-1you may," doubtfully Farmer Dlunt, "but you'll never be a farmer J" Country Gentleman. 1, Ohildren Ory n FOR FLETCHER'S Jf CASTO R A 2 B i n B Q H Sf "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our It has saved us many family if it wasn't for I don't see how any family can hardly go with- dollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend never without it" At ail druggists. ... Black-Draug- n Z H B g ht. Black-Draug- ht B p il f. n n Accept No Imitations r .v 1.81 flflBBnflflBnflflflBJfflflflflflflflflflflflBB v Uuiki c OOMS FOUK-PCVE- UN S PACT Administration Leaders To Confer With Harding . This Morning. Washington Feb. 22. Tho of the four-powPacific treaty In tho Sonato ngaln wa3 lnterrupt-o- d today while administration leaders conferred among themselves and prepared tn seek the ndvlce of President Harding whether to accept tholilan-le- t rcorvntlon proposed by those yibo avo. opposing unreserved pro-gross Mnrvlinfl nftnlAr1 If n of Republican platform pledges and a. part of a 'tongue of nations" plan which would lny tho foundation for a now world war. Tomorrow Senator Plttman, Democrat, Nevada, Is to addron the Senate, taking exception to somo of the treaty provisions. Tfinit1i1ftai4 ' a repudiation 5 AUNT GLORY'S TEST By MOLLIE MATHER NEWS OF AMERICAN LEGION HAPPFNTTVinQl "I think that I am 32 years of ago. am flvo feet nine, nnd weigh 130 pounds. My eyes aro gray nnd I have blond hair. I beliovo I was a soldier. If anyone enn tell mo who I am or anything nbout my past, please telephone tho police " This Is what h clean-cu- t oitng mnn told attendants In a l,os Angeles, Cal., hospital. Ho wore an American Legloi button, and Los Angeles posts of tho Legion aro" helping him find himself. I i'iyrln.. ma, aoaceamoassace wirn .Newippr Union sv.w vnmr "iri.tt" iiu,tiiu (mow: casks ikcih:asij m NEW YORK. Feb. 20 -D- eath, In j this city from pneumonia and Inflii enja which totaled sevonty-thre- o Saturday, reached 152 today, accord"non," remarked that young man's ing to H:alth Commissioner Cope-lanmother, "what In the world do you Ho asserted that the increase llnd to admire In tliat Hlldegnrd Kane? Site doesn't move In your sister's wn3 due tctho fact that Sunday's reFalling In his attempt to commit port was Included with that of today. circle, you know, and both your fant New cases of the diseases showed ther and I would be pleased, lf you'd suicldo by freezing In snow-driconfine your attentions there." Emporia, Kans., Chester Hngermnn, i decrease today, with 184 pneumo So the trouble began: Hlldegnnl Jobless war veteran, Is being sought Contrary to tho expectation of sen- nia as compared with 316 Saturday iint! Denny, seated on a mosy green by the American Legion. A woman ators who had sponsored tho reser- and 121 of influenza as compared mnkf dtacusiJed cortlIully thc,c'd of Medlclno Lodge says her son, who objectlons, vation administration acceptance of with 161. boro that nnmo, was report d "killThis was the smallest number, of session of it was withheld at "What mother wants," said Ren, "Is ed In nctlon," and a body, supposed cases to bo reported In any for me to marry a social success. I Styledfor TfounqJIen the Foreign Relations Coiumltteo and Influenza to havo been his, brought from Senator Lodge of Massachusetts tho day since February 1. Dr. Copeland hnven't 'been blind to my sister Franco for burial hore Emporia, Republican leader and committee predicted that by the tnd of this .Tune's game, either. This Is the third Kans. tomor- week, tho number of deaths from in- time she's had that It.irlow girl to ' olininnnn arranged to confer visit us, and I'm supposed to chauffeur fluenza would bo down to normal. row morning with tho Presldpnt. Lined up patiently for hours in her nil over every time she comes. Hut Lodge Is At the Whl to House Air. I'll marry the girl I want, nnd Hint's advance, hundreds at tattered expected to describo in detail Uio sit IRRESPONSIBLE you, Hlldah." LAW received shoes, overcoats, uation In tho committal a majority Ills nodded CAUSE OF TROUBLE "And companion evinces pleasantly. and chlldrens' garments from tho of whose members arc said to havo mother American Legion distributing corn- Indicated they would support the reIdeas about manly 'ambition, and be- - Iniittee in New York. New York City i servation regardless of tho stand tak-s- n evident Radicalism Illaui'cd On So lng settled In business," she remarked, by the administration. What tho "I know all the time that .she is fairly .Much Ftinatirnl LegislaA 8nWl SM jvlll be staged throwing .Tnc Ralcome rtt my bend; Senate leader's own opjniou may ho U. S. tion In York, by Just because his mother happens to ln Mat',son regarding tho proposal has not been That's all we need to tell you. New Spring Styles be my mother's best friend, nnd .Tnck j nn Amer.,can Legion post. Ono sildefinitely revealed but Republican Washington Fob. 28 (Capital News ls doing well In his uncle's law oilier, lllllatlon Is that the bull shall not bo supporting It. committee members with the distinctive mark, and the good, old rock-botto- m Hen If you have no particular ambl- - hurt. New York City. still predicted tonight that both air. Service). Commenting on the need tl6n nt present, Renny Stetson quality. dear, you do Lodge and Mr. Harding eventually to combat radical ideas in American mnke n Jolly companion, and you don't Possessing all the requisites for a would decide not to Interpose serious jlvlc life, prominent lawmakers at have to worry about making money If you're a"regular Stetson customer, of course dance except music, American Legion tho Capitol say that much disrespect for some time, do you?" ot position. you'll want one of the new Spring Styles. men In Lincoln, Nehr., called on nn not, let for law can be traced to tho enact Harding May Agree, Relic. "Not while dad has his pile," Ren b for help. He' rigged up a us urge you at least to come and try them on. Iierolofore officials close to the ment of foolish, unnecessary and comfortably replied. Then he bent radiophone and turned In on an or- -, statues. President have declared he held hopelessly over nnd kissed Hlldegnnl. chestra 1,000 miles away. Lincoln You can judge for yourself wjiat this Stetson "feelIn Kentucky a bill has been Intro no to the opinion "Strqngly that "I don't quite wnnt you to do that Ntbr. v 7oservatlons were necessary, nltho at duced in the legislature making It il- yet," she said doubtfully. ing for style" is, that the young men talk about. "Rut we are engaged, aren't we?" the same, time It has been said tnat legal to teach Darwinism In the pubThe Star Spangled Banner, renderhe nsked In an Injiiied tone. You find the Stetson quality mark on every Stet- be did not desire to become a lic schools. The girl considered. "Well, maybe ed ou a handorgnn with a monkey ac acceptance of the In Massachusetts a cripple has stickler for Senate son nac. treaty .vlthout tho lotting of an "1" been arrested and fined for playing we'll call It that," she agreed, "be- companist, is taboo with the Amerl-- j can Legion in New York. A bill be- or the prosslng ofa "t". His deci- a game of checkers outdoors on Sun- tween ourselves." "In the meantime," the young mnn fore tho legislature would prohibit ,, sion Is expected to hinge on whether day. began eagerly, "you will let me take collections being taken for playing A Kansas City school official bethe proposed reservation, which proyou around occasionally, you the national anthem. Albany, N. Y. vides that every adjustment reached lieves that jazz music has a similar Hlldah? And perhaps we won't might go treaty shall be subject to effect upon young people to strong for our week ends, out to your Aunt Tinder tho A cemetery in Fairmont, W. Va., iho review of Congress, Impairs or Jrink and urges a Jazz prohibition Glory's farm." where Civil War soldiers were buried purposes of the four- - movement. embarrasses the Hlldegnnl beamed admiringly Says the Philadelphia Public Led- You do think of the nicest things." had become a thicket of briers. Tho power arrangement. unlikely that ger: "Such sunernrudcry and bynerhv-- i she said. "Always I have told Aunt American Legion cleaned It up to do It Is not considered tha Glory all my secrets, and slio doesn't .reverence to tho dead, heroes. the whole Senate situation will also nocrlsv Is p.nip.nintnri tn .itr-na-f Fairmont, W. Va. morality, and boss or Irritate me like mother." Tie taken by average Into consideration . President Harding and Senator Lodge does not tend to stabilize that gov- - ,,H" youn& lover nrose a,ul Rive her j Nans for-- Connecticut state hos- , before' adopting a course of action. eminent by the consent of the , r men have been With administration acceptance of ornedVhlch makes for public decea-',- p It will I.. he.Snl11 .h0,,y' endorsed by Governor Lake. It Is cy and civic morality." tho blanket reservation assured, i jiuuii.-iuijjeuiiiig win cmiy miiKe me he named for Frederick W. Gnlbralth Mrs. Margot Asquith, famous Eng-'se- e conceded that the committee will be more of you than ever. We will tteTwicE-A-WEE- K In a position to vote promptly and al- llsh political leader, says "Americans surprise them all, sweetheart, one of late commander of the American Legion. Hartford, Conn. most unanimously a favorable report aro not free you overdo your pro- -' these duys." Globe-Democra- ton the treaty itself. But with that hlbltive laws and then do not enforce1 "We will," smiled Hlldegard demure- A federal" appropriation of m ly. She walked on, smiling, hl.s arm: accepanco withheld, It Is tho apparent them." jj n for hospitals for wounded Loelslnllon wlilrh ntlomnta In fnlat . nboilt her, purpose of the reservatlonlsts to Bras been askef by tho Ammajority the to put thru the commiteo a upon a erican Legion In New York, where Published on each Monday moro specific qualifications, ijursonai prejuuico or me ianaucai 3Crfes of "Of course. If you are both sure limb leading to considerable debate and a deas of some Isolated reformer In you love each other, nil will come continued investigation has revealed and Thursday, and read by Inadequate facilities. Now York variably does more harm than good, right," she said. "Rut sometimes 16ng delay. i over 230,000 families, each Ono; at these supplemental reser brings the body enacting mistakes. There was a young, City. issue contains: m vations, attempting to define in de men statutes Into dlsreputt and, by man that I know In my youth, and 1 "These firemen must be a frivolous Accurate Associated l'ress News Reports, tail the term "rights" as used ln making the source of law ridiculous, hud not kuown him long, when I was t set," said Mrs. Dumpling-- . condensed from all out tlio world. the treaty, was put Into tho commit- decreases respect for other laws well quite certain that I could not hlui. So I cast aside a falthr "Why?" asked her husband. Sjccial Correspondent's News, covcrhic tee hopper today by Senator Johnson, conceived and thoughtfully passed. ful love of years and afterwardi tho Central West. 'T read fn tho paper that after the-Republican, California. Like the found that my new fancy had been fire was under control" the firemen La!c:rf Grain end Live Stock Markot blanket reservation offered by Senaan Illusion. to be with peo played Fear Extinction of Chamois. air night on tiro ruins. Why Quotations tor Drandegee, Republican, ConnectiExtinction of chamois in the moun ple a good deal, sometimes," slgbedi didn't they go home and go to bed Stato and National farm Bureau News. cut, it went over without action pend- tains of Savoy In Italy and Switzer- Aunt Glory, "lu order to know, not ing Mr, Lodge's visit to the White land, Is threatened, just as the buffalo only them, but ourselves. Do jou like sensiDIe men. Instead of rompDepartment of Answers to Farm Problems, conducted by authorities. House. Should a negative reply bo disappeared from the westem Amerl-en- n think that your mother would allow ing about like children?" m urougfit back to the capltol tomorrow prairies, and animal lovers there you and Mr. Travers to spend a week. with me on the farm?" Splendid W o ai a n 'a by the committeo chairman, It Is con- - are preparing to petition their govern KORT WITHSTOOD IXRIAXS, "I am certain she would not." ments, demanding tho protection of I'agc, with recipes RUT PALLS TO ECONOMY sukred likely that several other promourned Hlldegard; "she thinks I see end patterns. posed reservations will be placed be- the chamois. An Investigation of the too much of 'Reuuy now." Grenoble district showed that the war Grippinp; continued San Antonio, Tox Feb. 20. Fort! fore tho committee with the support was responsible for the new devasta"I'erbaps," considered Aunt Glory, btorics. of Republicans, as well tion of the chamois. Before the war "she might be In favor, of the Idea If Apache, a romanio frontier military of a number "Rdcar Guest 'a Tocnis. as Democratic senators. only a few mountaineers took out I made a house pjity of It, and Invito post and center of the Indian fightDr. Evana' Health (n the background of tho commithunting licenses. In fact, compara- your friend Jack, an well. And why ing In tho early dnys of Arizona, Is Talks. teo situation, on tho other hand, Is tively few of them could bear the ex- not have the desired Miss Rarlow to bo abandoned fcroon, it was anup the tour?" Constructive In tho Senate Itself, pense of buying n good rllle. After to make nounced at headquarters of the the situation Hlldegard laughed. "You are the LMitorioh. Glghtlr Corps area today. where the administration senators be- the urmlstlce, however, thousands of wisest thing!" she exclaimed. Sara Jordan, II. R. no reservation, regardless veterans returning to the Savoy moun- course mother will be fairly eager"Of Tho famous fort, which Is located lieve that Shopard and A. W If r I lies and good tains tool; In the- - mountains in the center of the bether it bears tho approval of a supplies of with them which proved Jack Is to be there." , Jfacy philosophy. , nmmuultlon, n'ajorlty of tho committee members, useful in combating the Increasing Aunt Glory's farmhouse was a pic- hunting grounds pf tho once fierce Bieger and Ding Cartoons. will evor bo adopted. It 13 possible cost of living. So, general has hunting turesque place, aud Its amusements tribe of Apacho Indians, has lost Its strategic value and, sixty mlle3 from tit it tho administration forces will now become in the mountains that were many. Globe-Democr"Regular country club entertainat, tl.LMto to acquUsco passively In a re-- s departmental olllclnls say that unless tho railroad, Irs upkeep Is too ex- The Hartford Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k program In tho committeo these iilinble nnlmuls are protected for ment," Renny 'descilbed It; while the pensive for tho War Department's Tration both one year, for $1.85. Send all orders to As without actually approving it, and at least two years they will become ex- Intolerant Miss Rarlow wanned Into plan of economy, it was stated. The Republican, Hartford, Ky. good nature. Hlldegard, from her acthen make a fight on the Senato floor tinct Inside of 20 years. cepted placu at "lien's side In the soon as the supplies at the fort can U have it defeated. cruhilu or garden, watched with unac be hauled to tho railroad the troops Holds Blue Ribbon of Atlantic. Within tho committee tho fight HORSE lUtA.VCU countable Impatience, Hetty Harlow's will be withdrawn. of Louisville, wore guests of Mrs. Is stjll tho greatest The Mnuretiinla against reservations Is being led by of all Atlnntlc llyers, and she still enjoyment of Jack Dealing's play. Fort Apacho was established in Arnold's sister, Mrs. Joe Stewart, Senator Kellogg Republican Mlnnoso-i- a holds the blue ribbon. She lias made They made a good pair tit tennis,, 1 1877 when the Apache Indians bo- Sunday. Reu-froMr. Rirt Leach and Audio who predicted tonight that nolther the North Atlantic crossing (west- and one eeulng, as sheplnjeil absent- camo troublesome. Miss Halllo Tabor has Just returnhavo Just returned from Tex- ed home from the Prosldont nor Senator Lodgo over bound) in four iIii.n.s, ten hours, 41 ly upon the piano, for Ren's amuseOwonsboro. average speed of 20.00 ment, she was piqued to llnd that he as, would content to tho Brandeges pro- minutes, nt an CERALVO Mr. Ellis Petty is still making his posal. Senators Now, Indiana, and knots per hour. During the war she had fallen asleep In Ills clmlr. Uro. Embry of Canoyvlllo, filled regular calls at Hershell Ulldegnnl's mother at the end of Sandlfur's. McCumber, North Dakota, Republi- averaged U7.01 knots per hour In a Mrs. L. P. Fulkorson Is visiting his regular appointment at tha Mr. Rulo, of Martwlck, visited the week received a letter ; nf ter readcans, and Williams, Democrat, Miss., day's run of 070 knots, and has iilso, ing son, Mr. Cecil Fulkorson and Mrs. Christian Church here Sunday. Frank Crahan Sunday. the llrst senUncu she turned, her n voyage, averaged the for part Mr. Dowey Jones, who has been were snld to shnro tho views of Sen- high speedofof 27.47 knots. A few days white-faceFulkorson, of Nelson, to her husband. Mr. Rill Riod of Dawson Springs ator Kellogg, whllo Senator' Lodge ago the Cinmnl liner Aqultuulu made Mrs. R. E., Eudaley and children confined to his bed during the past visited friends hcTo last "It's from Hlldah," she said weakly; week. ' attended tho surprise birthday din- mouth, with' typhoid, Is slowly Im reserved Judgment and all tho othor tho passage In live days, 10 hours and "she Is engaged." Mr. Edgar Ford of Dans hiado his cried, "Why, the child ner given her mother, MrD. Splcer, proving. ele(ven Ropublloan and Domocratlc 57 minutes, which Is the best time Then she call at .Ino Wilson's Saturday night. Mr. Curtis McCormick, who has steamer says that shu loves Jack, that they of Nelson, the 12th of this month. muni bora gave indications that they made by uny Mrs. Walkor Myrtlo Is still on tho wpr favorably disposed toward tho since the war, while tho White Star only found out how much they caied Mr. and Mrs. Owen Jonos havo re- been quite sick with the flu, is get- sick list. steamer Olympic made the trip In for each other away out there In the turned home after spending somo ting along nicely. bluiiket reservation. Mrs. John McDaniol Is no better. country. AVhllo tho commlttoe continued Its five days, 18 hours and 18 minutes. Mrs. Joe Stewart, who has been Evnnsvllle. Mr. Lon Danlol has his new houso "'We were always happy Just to bo time at H Wood and four-powpact deliberations ou tho Mrs. J. llttlo daugh- confined to her bed with rheumatism, about completed. near each other,' llllduh says." Not Wholly Unselfish. today tho Sonato began dobato on the Mr. Joy Jamison of Oluton, visited "What." father asked succinctly, ter .Viola May, spent Several days is able to be out again. She Does the fact that I have M- - Ernla RobertMr. and Mrs. John Petty havo mov- his uncle, Mr. Ed s paiato treaty betwoen tho United money Jamison at Contral make uny dlft'eivnco to you, "about that Travers fellow she was with her brother, Stntos and Japan rolutiug to Yap and den rest? son and family of McLoin county, ed back to their farm near Dans. so fond of?" City, Friday. Mr. Ed Taber received a telegram 'ji'll read you Hlldah's own words," last woei othor former Gorman Islands of tho Mr. Joe Stewart of Horse Branch, lie Of course It does, my own. It Pacific, Mr. Lodgo explained tho Is such a comfort to know that If I the mother said: "'As for Ren mid Mr, Li'tber Faught t.i ou the sick today announcing tho death of bla was the guost of Mr. W. Tilford, of brother, Will Tabor, of Loutsvllld. trei ty at length, characterizing It as should die you would be provided for. me, we bored each other to death; I list. Beaver Dam, Sunday.. She lint suppose I should die first? never knew that his society was so securing all tho rights tho United and Mrs. Rube Goff visited ln son of Mr. and Mr. Knrrol, tbe little Anjwny, Hetty Rarlow is .Mrs. John Rarnard, who has been Neafus yesterday. He Then I would be provided for. tiresome. Call on The Republican for Finn States ever deslrod In tho former Germore Ben's klnd.'" Mrs. Wlllard Arnold and children Job Printing. man possessions and Senator Franco, -- "Uoston Transcript. quite sick, la better, at this writing d. ft "My dear," said Hlldognrd's mother. "Renny Tnuora M u like bov. but lf, '.'? CVVT ,1",Tls, !" "mkn '"'.vtlilnj? 1)01111 i ...M..li, lit; null (IV. And If I yore you, I'd wnlt, before he- (M Mmvlll, . .n iijhii ino snowed some promise of mak ' ing tnut start. Anil" STETSON to-da- HATS I The New Stetsons Are Here If J" j t ' ex-go- out-of-da- te I I Carson (L Co. i law-abidi- Hartford, Kentucky. ; , I SlI.f .. .J,' I a Subscribe for (SfcLoufs) $16,-400,0- pt long-sufferi- J SSST "M newspaper value m me world the greatest law-maki- We-ha- M . w trans-Atlanti- c er Yk 43