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Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER 36 tho HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, yesrs, ..-- I FRIDAY, MARCH 3, 1922. tho f state, contending r. montliB and 4 days er. Before her marrlago to Mr. Mil- .......... mm. IVflaa " "" ina icr ilinu years ueu, nlin wtm-- n .mou To Change Hlckcy, daughter of Sir. and Mrs. G First Attempt H. Itlckcy of DukehursU She was t i nrms raricy much beloved by nil who knew her. Voted Down In addition to her grief stricken husband and parents, the deceased Is, survived by three small children, Blanche, Washington. Mar. 1Dlvldlng Kobort Ho.tston.S; Martha Tlr'nally on party lines, the Senate !; Vera Catherine, f, months, and one "-o- r Mrs. Golden Shown, and host refused to amend the Yap treaty yes- "" rcInltve3, nn(1 . strength onV ten'ay In the first test of I"-tlonal any question affecting the Interna- - Mend., to mourn Funeral during covenants negotlaod Chape , Monday "ernoon the Washington conferee. The Intt Marvin. by Hcv. Wilcox of Dun- 1 o'clock, te Wfc" r' '" dee. after which the remains were .! two Republicans, Ilorah. of n((1 (j rogt (n th(j Sunnyiln,0 cemo. . Id. '.o, and France, of Maryland, sup- nbrtcil the proposal and only four ,),'. lloarlfeit sympathy goes out to Alabama; Dcr. ocr.ts. Underwood, llBrenvei, famlly. Von.crene, Ohio; Williams, of Mls-- j n , al smpl, and Myers, of Montana, vot-- MKTriODlSTS'MAKK COLLKCTIOX DRIVE ed "gilnst It. It had been offered by i Senator PittniHii, Democrat, Nevada,' nr ' wculil have amplified the pro- a conference of Ministers ami Cen- vl Kii that existing treaty rights of teimry Treasurers of tho M. E. tin 1 nited States shall apply to the church S Owonsboro district, was m i ated Inlands of the Pacific. noI(1 j owonsboro, Monday, for the bv a vote of 52 to 11, the 1M,n,ose for the f adopting plans proposed collection of centenary subscriptions a Senate aho rejected ar erdiuent b Senator Franco t( pnst due. It appoars that payments pr nt m.inufacturo or export of In- - 1RVe fauen gevoral millions short of toxi.itug liquors on tho mandated subscription nnd It is Imperative that ' 1 'iKht Iemocrats Joined tills lhcj. 1)e ,.vened-up- . iU'i w 1M1 tin- Republicans opposed to After considerable discussion it the iinundimiit. whlfe not a slngla wnR decided that a dnlve be made to o ' r senator of life own party cast jrol,,i ul, nn ,iue subscription on or h. vote with Mr. France. hoforo tho fourth Sunday In March, S nntors diirereu over iiie signui- - !U,j worj- - (0 tj,at tl(i & to be pushed , CHI t" he two roll rails as tnoy, h ir on the general situation of j1"'! PROPOSED RAISE CUT but erence treaties nril BY TAX COMMISSION Sp" e leaders declared the result h.. 1 ufcii to strengthen their oxpec County Attorney Otto C. Majtln tatlan that all the covenants, would Vr. i, rnttttn, liv nfn- innrilns nVGll thn nml P.Pnnnv Pnurt Hlork ..- - C. -- or .w.... v w. MW ituitivu "j ' might be a consldelrablo oppo- - Ulankdnslilp achieved quite a bit of there success In their efforts on behalf of sltlon on the Democratic side. before adjournment another Ohio County In their appearance be J'lst amendment was presented by Sena foro the State Tax Commission In tor Plttman, stipulating that under Frankfort last week, In protesting the the trenty the Untied States should tentative Increase In the County's The Stato Uoard had be sole Judge whether Japan Is main- assessment. taining sufficient wireless facilities signified its Intention to boost the on Yap Island, or whether the" Am- assessment in the sum of $1,350,-00?50,000 of which was n town erican right to install a wireless station there should be exorcised. This lots, $50,000 on tangible personalty and several other amendments and and tho remainder on lands, mineral reservations are expected to come to rights and mineral leases. Upon the under an evidence offered, tho Board cut tho n vnto tomorrow, nnd agreement reached yesterday, a roll j increaso upon town lots to $2500 call on ratification is to be taken not upon personalty to $25,000 and"upon later than 2 o'clock Thursday after- lands, mineral rights and mineral noon. leases io $450,000, making a total During today's debate further at- reduction of $850,000 In the propostacks wero made on the treaty by ed raise. The Taxpayers of Ohio County are Senators France, Plttman, Horah and Keed, Democrat, Missouri, Mr. Itced to be congratulated for the good efagain charging that tho Republican forts la their behalf by Messrs. Marleaders were attempting to "forco" tin and Dlankenshlp. mm Sennte action before tho country arms confer- MILS. IlliAXKKXSinP could realize what the KXTKUTAIXS CIA7I1 ence agreements really embody. The passed virtually y onslaught Mrs. W. C. Dlankenshlp entertain without reply from the treaty's sup ed the Ladies' Social Club at the porters I ... ... .. As6nMli oi new vsuiuiui-ruiu-rti h a n jraiciuu AffrnvnnAn It was to tno accompaniment At the conclu-th- e of laughter, which at progressive rook. repeated bursts presiding officer made no effort slon of a number of games delicious Y heck, that tho France prohibition refreshments wero ser'ed. Decides tho club members tho fol-e- d amendment was presonted and reject-- 1 Franco protested that lowing guests wero present: Senator Guy Mesdamos H. T. Ilolbrook. the Senato was not giving serious con- to his proposal, and Son-- . Ilaiiney. J. 1. Goodman, Henry Leach, sideration Slm-.guator Reed, nlso lecturing his collea- - Isaac Foster and Miss Winnie mirth, caused new con-- 1 nwmian, for their vulslpns of merriment on the floor and In tho galleries by pleading that IIItJH .schuoij c.ihi. IX H. 1. TOl'KXAMUXT the provision bo accepted, "so that Japanese Volstead can exercise some Tho Hartford High School Girls' his genius In the Pacific." by Lodgo declared tho amend- - llasket Hall team accompanied Senator .. .....a ,fi.. .liv imiinpesR.Trv. nuot- - I. coach.. Vlfss Florence Nelson, will go .v. . UlUMl HIW ., ....rf y to participate lng from tho treaty a provision that to Owonsboro ba "supplied to in the elimination tournament for intoxicants are not to tho natives" of tho mandated Islands. this district. Tho winning team will t.i (hi Senator Heed replied that a- represent tho district in a tournament more complete prohibition was pro- to take place lcrtor at tho University .i,id inpiiniiiic fnrolcuers as well o'f Kentucky. j Tho members of the team who will ns natives, so that the world would spectacle of n "total go to Owensboro aro as follows: Myr not behold tho ly sober population bossed uy Japau-cs- o tle Carter.Annabel Klng.Beasle Clark, Helen Barnett, Genova Howard, Clara officials loaded to the guards." Plttman amendment regard- Kirk and Lockett Ford. The ing existing treaty rights also was 'Miss Mary Marks, Miss Loreno declared by Senator Lodge to be en- Westerfleld, Prof. W. II. Ithoads and tirely superfluous and It was Indi- C. O. Hunter will also accompany tho cated that other amendments and res- party to Owensboro. 4 ervations to bo proposed tomorrow HARTFORD GIRL HOXORUD would likewise bo opposed by the Re, publican leader. . Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, daugh4 ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pate, city, MRS. OIiADYS MIM'KU YIKIjDS TO JIAIiAWY a sophomore In tho College of Home Economics, University of Kentucky, Miller, loving wife of was recently chosen sponsor for tho Mrs. Gladys University Band and will have tho Mr. J. Diamond Mlllor, died at their Run neighborhood, rank of captain. Miss Pate Is a memliome in tho Clear c,,n,inv mnrnlnu at 7:40 o'clock, of a ber of the Alpha Gamma Delta iwo weeks' Illness 6f pneumonia. She at tho time she was called ...... -- .I .I...1 away ... ine uuiiumm 1. v"""' CI.,. "" of tho Methodist b a member chtirch nnd n (lovotea wf0 Bnd nioth. of nf?e u STATE BIDS TO LOSE MILLION FROM U. S. WASHHOUSEACT estate that EGYPT HELD FREE "vacant" one as IS HELD INVALID was a wero living. On no legitimate lulrs dismissal of his suit in tho district court he appealed to the supremo court, which upheld the lower court. Llllle Taylor wns declared by the supremo court, reiterating a former opinion decreolng the land hers, to be tho acknowledged daughter of Lona McGee, wife of the former owner of the land. TWO EAGLKS WHIP LION IX FIGHT IX ROCKIES A Colorado Springs, Feb. 2S. mountain Hon, which had dropped down the eastern slopes of Mount Ualdy Into North Cheyenne Canyon, Colorado Sprlnks Park, was attacked today by a pair of bald eagles. The fight was seen by Pearl Turner, and Ella Taylor. The eagles would both swoop down at once, using claws and beaks. JThe Hon tried all the time to escape. When close pressed it would leap at its antagonists, snapping and striking with Its paws. The cagle3 used their wings effectively to escape these onslaughts. The lion finally ran to shelter in brush. nwrn.su informed j 't If House Ariviro In Followed Muny Court of Appeals Holds Act of 1022 In Violation of 'I ho Stnlo Projects Would He Wiped Out. Constitution, ri.. d. rati " 1?" '" L.r, s 0, all-da- . .. 1 u'i"" es to-da- Frankfort, Ky., Fob. 28. Tho Frankfort, Ky Feb. 23. Kentucky would lose more than $1,000,000 washhouse act of 1920 .today was now received from the Federal Gov- held unconstitutional by the Court of ernment under appropriation acts to Appeals. It was helih In violation help tho nrlous States If Congress of Section 60 of the Kentucky Conshould take tho advice of the Kentuc- stitution, holding that tho Legislaky House of Representatives, voiced ture can not delegate Its power. Tho In a resolution adopted Monday con- decision was rendered In the case of demning the practice of appropriating the Beaver t)am Coal Company vs. money on condition States also ap- the Commonwealth. Tho washhouse law requires that propriate money for tho same cause. Since the resolution condemns' all every owner or operator of a coal appropriations except those for roads mine, foundry, machine shop "or any other like business," working thirty the State would lose tho $S5,000f-"- f training; or morei persons shall provide a suitfor vocational received $125,000 for the university experi- able nnd sanitary washroom within ment station, nnd the Stato University six months after 30 per cent or more would lose a sum estimated as equal of said employes decide by a vote of to one third of Its Income, money ap- the men affected to ask and notify propriated under the operation of the the employer to erect a washroom at a convenient place." old land grant. Among other funds received by The co"urt hdd that the hill deleKentucky from tho Federal Govern- gated legislative authority to emment undor the conditions condemn- ployes of the Industries affected and ed in the resolution, according to Dr. that because of this it violated the A. T. McCormack, secretary of the section of the constitution prohibiting delegation of legislative minorState Uoard of Health are: ity. After reviewing tho caso and a Physical educations, $35,000.' Homo economics- - demonstrations, number of opinions from other states $20,000. the court said: Through the Shoppard Towner ma"We are forced to hold that the taking effsct upon the approval of ternity hill, $31,000;, In return for the lattor the State any other authority than the General puts up only $21,000. Congressman Assembly in Section 60 of our conA. W. Barkley of tho First 'District stitution means the final approval was active In favoring this measure, which Is made necessary to vitalize ' and received a vote of commendation the act such as a vote or petition of from the League of Women Voters the people to ba affected thereby. for his work. The Stato also gets To hold otherwise would not only be $20,000 a year for work in the pre- 111 IUU 1UIC JL UU. ClttJ ..w.wv. ww... of tho section but would render It envention of venereal diseases. Gets $52,000 For- Trachoma Fight tirely meaningless." For $13,500 appropriated KentucPORTER JiAWS ky receives $52,000 for tho prevention and treatment of trachoma. This Mr) A. J. Porter of Horton, and sum is greater than the total received by all other States for that purpose, j Miss Minerva M. Laws, of near Bea since the total federal approprlalon ver 'Dam, were quietly married in Is $100,000. Hartford at the Methodist Parsonage In Its work against diseased cattle Thursday at twelve o'clock. The the Department of Agrlculturo of the Rev. T. T. Frazler said the words Federal Government, that made the hearU of the happy with the State, pays to farmers one-ha- lt twobeat as one. The bride is the tho value of cattle killed because youngest 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Laws, deceased, while the of disease. Another work carried on with the groom Is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Both Mr. and Mrs. aid of the Federal funds Is the re- Hardin Porter. habilitation of industrial Injuries, for Porter are very popular with the which the Fcdoral Government appro younger se,t, of which they were mempriates a largo sum. Tho depart bers. The Republican Joins their ment of Geological Survey also re many friends in congratulating and wishing them a long and happy marcelves a large sum. The resolution was. adopted by a ried life. vote of 46 to 30 after protests by Re h EXTERTAIXEI) BY DUKES publican Floor Leader J. F. Bosworth of Bell County and G. C. Waggoner, Democrat, Scott County. It was In Mrs. R. E. Duke gave Mr. Duke troduced by I. D. Green of Hart Coun quite a surprise at their home yesterty and G. L. Drury of Union County day on his arrival at the noon hour. spoke in favor of it. The day being the fourteenth anniverm sary of their marriage and Saturday birthbeing Mr. Duke's thirty-eight- h LLOYD GEORGE TO day, the occasion was made to serve RESIGN, FORECAST a two-pl- y purpose. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Duke and Mrs. Prudle Moore London, March 1. Tho probable and daughter, Miss Boulah; and the early resignation of Premier Lloyd wrltiir had been invited by Mrs. Duke George Is foreshadowed by tho Dally to bojircsent to enjoy the happy ocTelegraph, which says that Mr. Lloyd casion. .t A most delightful dinner', one pre-George Is much dissatisfied with the present position and that he feels pared to a queen's taste, was served he Is not receiving tho loyal support by the hostess. May these occasions to which ho Is entitled as head of come during a long, long time, and would suit us better. tho government and that his InfluHouse of Commons Is ence In the AT THE METHODIST CHURCH seriously weakened. nro Intrigues against him There Services will be held at tho local personally, continues tho Telegraph, aUempt being Methodist Church next Sunday, at and the deliberate mado to rupture tho coalition has the following hours: Sunday School made his position extremely difficult at 0:45 a. in.; preaching at 11 a. in.. and. furthermore, there aro no pres and 7 p. m.. and Epworth League at ent signs of the party being healed. 6:15 p. in. Tho subject for the mornThe Telegraph Parliament corre- ing sermon will bo "Baptism as a A special apspondent believes that the prime Mothodlst Doctrine." minister has written to Austen peal is made for all members to be Chamberlain as leader of tho Union- present, and a cordial Invitation Is ists, plainly expressing his feollngs given to the public. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastof. and intimating tuafhe can not continue to submit to these humiliating $20,000,000 IN OIL conditions. LANDS GIVEN NEGRO Tho Telegraph edltorally thinks tho prlmo minister Is completely Jus Now Orleans, Feb. 28. Oil lands tified, and adds: "Continuance of such treatment as he has recolved in Claiborne parish, said to be worth must render his resignation Inevita- nearly $20,000,000 wero declared today by the Louisiana supreme court ble." to bo the proporty of Llllle G. Taylor, a negro woman, when the court deniRILL RKLIEVIXG WOMEX TAX, SIGNED ed a request for the appointment of OF POLL a curator for tho estato of Lona mother, Frankfort. Ky Fob. 28 Governor J. Russ Wlmberly, district attorney Morrow today signed the hill of Representative Leo Clark, of Calloway of Claiborne parish, brought action In tho district court of that parish County, tin purpo. of which Is to to have himself named curator for wome.i from paying poll (fx. semi-annual- ly Land Of Nile To Shape Own Destiny Lloyd George Announces. London, Feb. 28. Prlmo Mlnlslor-Lloy- d Georgo announced In tho House of Commons this afternoon that the. British protectorate over Egypt haa been terminated and that Egypt was free to work out such national Institutions as might be suited to tho aspirations of her people ' At the same time Mr. Lloyd Georgo gave the terms upon which tho British government will give Egypt th9 opportunity of working out her own salvation. He said a government white paper would show the House what had taken place since the declaration of the policy of the British government last December after tho failure of tho Egyptian mission to London led by Adly Yeghen Pasha. The paper also would' contain, ho added, the declaration of policy on which tho government, In accordance with the prin ciples Inid down, in December, now propdscd to proceed. Martial law will bo abolhilicd in Egypt ab scon a3 an act or indemnity has been passed, the premier announced. He explained that martial law has been used, not to enforce tho British policy upon Egypt, but as a main instrument of government in the hands of the Egyptian ministers for certain Important measures arising out of war conditions. An act ot Indemnity therefore, would be necessary before any government could dispense with martial law. To Act For Self. Mr. Lloyd George said it was for the Egyptian government to pass the necessary legislation in the way of which "we undertake to place no obstacle, provide the final clause ot tho government's declaration is duly observed." The final clause defines the special relations between the British government and Egypt and declares that the foreign matters are reservof the British ed to the discretion government. ;Flrst, security ot the communications of the British Empire In Egypt.. "Second, defense of Egypt against all foreign aggression or Interference, direct or indirect. "Third, protection of tho foreign Interests of Egypt and protection of. minorities. "Fourth, we aro prepared to make an agreement with the Egyptian government in a spirit of mutual when a favorable opportunity arises for the conclusion But until of such an agreement. such an agreement satisfactory and to the Egyptian government has been concluded, tho status quo will remain Intact. Allenby Proclaims To Egypt EiulNir Control. Paris, Feb. 28. A Carlo dispatch today states that Field Marshal Allenby, British high commission in Egypt, has Issued a proclamation abolishing tho British protectorate ot Egypt and declaring her a sovereign and Independent stato with a provisional status quo for the defense ot Egypt, tho security of tho ompiro's communications and the protection of foreigners and of the Sudan. IiAST CALL! SPEAKER URGES PARTING OF BRIGHT AND DULL PUPILS Chicago, Feb. 28. High school' children showing a special aptitude for study should ho segregated so that they may pursue their courses without the handicap of dulled pupils Henry W. Holmes of Harvard University, said today in a speech before the National Educational Association. OF ALLIES, BRITAIN AL'ONE ABLE TO PAY Washington, Feb. 2S. Great Britain alone of the Allied Governments is in a position Immediately to pay Interest on its share of war debts. France is not now and for five years may not bo in position to make payment on either interest 'or principal account. In tho case of Italy it may lie ten years before such payments can be reasonably expected. This view is held by American experts In Europe after discussing the Allied debt questlonswlth financiers and economists. The discussion arose In connection with the plan for refunding the war debts advanced by B. F. Yoakum. The main idea of the Yoakum plan por is to refund the debts at 4 cent for fifty years with a 2 per cent sinking fund for purposes of amortization. American experts In Europe feel that this plan would meet with general'approval here and In debtor countries, provided it were made sufficiently elastic to give France and Italy a few years In which to begin payments. men In A good many financial London believe according to advices received here, that even Great Britain will not begin payments In a United States takes hurry unless-th- o a firm stand. L. & N. VICTOR IN TELEGRAPH SUIT Washington, Fob. 27 Tho condemnation suit of tho Western Union Company to acquire a Telegraph N Railright of way along the L road which has beo.i pawling for nine years, was finally disposed of by the Supreme Court today in u decision In favor of tho contention of the railroad company. An injunction granted tho telegraph company by the Federal Court remained in forco oisht yer.rs.nnd up on bolug dissolved by tho Federal Cir cuit Ccurt of Appeals was renewed by a Stato court of Kentucky. A now trial was granted when the railroad company pleaded that the Contucky Loglslaturo hid repealed the otatuto under which tho telegraph company has cs.iertod :ts rl;ht tc condemn, and prohibited such proceedings. The Supreme Court tojlay held that the grant of power to tho telegraph company was subject to legislative qbntrol, and the act of tho Leglsla-tur- e o complained of was not an by the Legislature with Judicial proceedings in court nnd not inter-ferenq- t This is tile last call of Hartford Baptist Church to tho Christians ot Hartford, to the gospel feast of her, revival services, beginning Monday-nightMarch 6th. You will miss a real soul feast it you fall to hear Bro. C. C. Daves or Beaver Dam, at EACH of these services. Everything will bo donoln these services to magnify tho Book, the Blod and tho Body. Evory pos- Bible effort will be put forth to lead men and women to the Faith, to transformed lives and to reasonable ' service for hlra. We cordtallysoltclt tho presence, prayers and of all who love and follow our Savior, Jesus unconstitutional. Christ. m We earnestly invito every lost inMARRIAGE LICENSES dividual In our city to give the gospel Denver Foreman, Fordsvlllo, ,to a fair hearing and to give the Holy Spirit right of way In their lives durJessie Paulino Mldklff, Fordsvlllo. A. J. Porter, Horton, to Minerva ing these services. RUSSELL WALKER, Pastor. 21. Laws, Beaver Dam. "Sl'TTVi "v " jy" fZr:"mJ. r JV.T" ." - ... JU.!K. ;,:t;:uDists plan ' I'flli WflllLB SUNDAY To Make Effort On March 2Gih to Collect Cente- ly w.h hidden to (mother Island. Oocoz Island, a lion t 5R0 miles south-cof l'an.imx is mild to have been the original Iocntlon of the hoard. m MASONS TO ERECT COSTLY MEMORIAL! Itullillm; Arllnftoii Virginia Honor Of WiMiington To Cost S15,00,0() At In 1 Taste a mutter of tobacco quality is nary Pledges. Several companies have basn form- ed In the past five yearn In different parts of the world to recover the gnld. llver. Jewel, diamonds anil ottaor precious stonts. One or two expenditures are mid to have found the Inland hut to have had no success In the search for the trenmire. 1 Another significant step In progress of Southern Mothodlsm la I'rlco COc. Sold by Ohio County tho nppolntmont of a day to ho known Drug Company. m ns "World Sunday" throughout Its eno tire connection. This decision was in: wanted proof of it. conferreached at tho church-wld- o ence on world program and mission"Have I been a good boy lately?" ary advance recently hold In Mum-phi- s, queried little Hobby of his mother, -Tenn., nnd came as a climax to after a whole week of obedienco. Is said to he tho most notable you have," answered what "Of course meeting of Methodists ever assembl mother, who had been ' extremely pleased to note the change for the ed. "World Sunday," as adopted by butter In him. country." tho 400 and more Methodist leaders "And do you trust mo now?" he Thj proposed menu.! in.', with Its in Memphis, proposes to secure for continued. collection of Washington heirlooms "Of course, mother trusts her little nnd memoro'ln, is to be the result of tho church as brilliant a record in the matter of payment of pledges as man." a movement bog an more than twelve It has already attained In subscrib"I mean really, really ever so mnch years ago by tho Mw.m c Lodge at ing to the centenary movement which trust me, you know," ho said. Alexandria, of vM-dWashington at "Yes. I really, really do. Hut why one time was muster. Tlit lodge, now has claimed tho attention of that denomination for the past three yeara do you ask?" known as Ale.rjuidrlvWashlngton "Well," began Hobby, looking his Lodgo No. 22, A. P. and A. M., was and through which something like of Turkish and Domestic tobaccos blended - mother squarely In the face, "If you $50,000,000 was subscribed for misday Lodge 39 In Washington's Lower Prices slons and other causes of the church, trust me so much as you sny you do. Among Its souvenirs of the first PresIn a review of the work of tho why do you go on locking the jam ident Is a letter ho wrote :; .Mount 20 now loc church through centenary channels 'up In the cupboard?" Edinburgh 'Vernon. 10 now 9c It was shown that CO per cent of tho Scotsman, Plr.uucil On Aiiclrn, I, lues. (Two io'- s- 18c) mn entire amount pledged is now due,) Primarily, tho building Is to be a whoreas, only 40 per cent has been WHAT'S MOST WORTH WHILE? the memorial to George Washing, paid, and that unless church members man and the Mason. The plan of pay-- 1 It would seem as If to many length Its form was inspired by the grent in arrears come up with their monts before the meeting of the gen- - of days was the onethlng most to be memorial monuments built in the an- distance between the starting point r.itiwdy to publish a iiotu. in eral conference in May, tho church desired. If only we can prolong cient days of Greece and Koine at and the point of destination prohb THE MAN WHO the riuitit p.ipera furbiildlnj; htmf.rj In carrying on the man's life a year or two, or throe, will be hindered tntrances, and from whose data for uisily computing the rat. to ".hunt iiunIN on tlu-lpniui gained by harbor enlarged program as planned under by a wider knowledge summits burning flares pointed the of flight. Such computation five an LOOKS VIGOROUS This luii been done Mirce-.-luP,n breaking through the veil behind way to Incoming centenary movement. the mariners. average m 00 miles per how scleral Msourl communities i In order that at least $4,000,000 which nature has hidden so many of It will be 100 feet in width by 230 papers air ;idy are rtiun dStances. Until recentlj . .. . .... oil rill .... 1.1 tn.1iiiA Itn n tnllf Ytat ciaflfnla t .. . . ti'n -- .... lint lini.-- 1tlml oiuniMiu ce.ue.rn.. "', "(feet , ,,epth exclusive ot 8epg ter. the speed of other birds has not been MHh notices properly drawn up in a ad within the next three months in vain, say the men of science. But Md approacheg. The heIghth determined with any degree of urru-rac- Good red blood is the only hiwycr and kopt utanding in :li ... oeeu niuue'iu cm. imuiv ...- - u ..ii. b ...c i.u iuu.c pinna nave to the Summit of Ml-- covered obserIt has been varlouslv estlitat throughout the hunting ,i foundation of Per. sure to action all of the forces of the length of days than In the abundance vation platform will be 200 teet. od-- i usually far too high. For exam In such r.iei tho publisher . i,i Health an effort to bring the pay- - of the things he potsesseth. church In manent health and vigor the name of any furitur in th'- . v In the center, is to be an atrium, pie, 1 rs have reportf 1 so- - 'i.e of body is a wonderful good to seek, "0 by 100 ment of pledges up to date. ftet, to form a memorlnl wild ducks flying at the rate of 120 ty and keep it there for. say .".n i ir , Is of Sunday, March 2G, has been dosig- - but the health ot the Inner-se- lf hull, In which will be set a statue of miles an hour; it is now known that the season. ..... . forj.roter, nated as "World Sunday," when from vastly greater Importance; and while Washington. uoou coior. Dngni. eyos. sonn riesn, This hull sixty-fou- r it tholr very best 'Ley can't fl lhe tl,y w, ,IL,h. Is often dragged down every church and charge in tho en- - the inner-sel- f erect wiring are flepun.ieut upon riciij vollr ,MIR feet in height will rise by a elerlstory than half that fn?t. flir .u, tire connection, payment of overdue and defeated by a falling and If your blood Is not ui) , above the surrounding portion of the A British ornithologist who in the red blood. r Its is not always .so. building. Environing pledges will b? the theme, en outer-selit will be a war was assigned the duty of in- to tho mark jour genertl health can During the week that follows, local and need not be so. Scores of the number of rooms dedicated to the late structing aviators in the use of In not be. Late hours, eating the wrung TREATY PEN IMtESEBVEH out the bounds of that denomination world's best men and women who use of Masonic Interests wherein ev- struments for observation purpose .'oods, working indoors, fatigue, afganlzod and all subscribers who aro have accomplished mo3t for huinanl- - ery Masonic organization In the reports somo interesting results of fect the blood. So many people ent The penholder used by Secretary b 111 arrears Will ue iiursuiiuuy unci- - i uavu uceu auucicis ..... ....... .,,.. ,,(.,. ,,,,. ,.,,. wt'uu practice observation of tho flight of well and take exercise, yet never Hughes in signing five treaties result, pay-- ( physical ills, and died while compara-men- ts ..vv.it...' viewtcl and urged to bring their . In Museum. Heirloom-birds. According to these observe seem to Improve In health. Glide's ing from tho disarmament conference up to date. j tlvely young. n hall tions which were all carefully (.hockRising above the memorial taken regularly for a lias been presented to tho Daughters To be so eager for a few extra The Idea of a "World Sunday" for will be a museum room forming the ed up. the speed of most of the small- while gives the blood that richness of tho Amerlrnn Revolution In whoo Southern Methodists, when through- - days, or even years, as to win them conrtfwl cnrv nf tllo tnwor. Tfl thp er birds ranges from 20 to 10 miles and redness that produces bounding building at Washington tho delegates out the bounds of the denomination at the cost of dulling our finer na-- J wl be tranaforred somo ot per hour while that of the waders health and vigor. It is a simple, namet. It Is made of native wood from .. a simultaneous effort will be made tures, sacrificing any of our fellows of , ranges from 40 to 50. These figures tural way to get well and strong. 2S states nnd territories and is defor collection of centenary dues, orlg- - that through their toll or pain or suC-- 1 nndrlaWaIHnBton Masonic Lodge. In each case represent steady flight. Gude's n comes In liquid corated with miniature flags of 2S lnated with Dr. Charles C. Selecman, fering we may sleep and wake a few j Among these are washlngt old When a bird Is pursued by an enemy or tablets at your druggists. nations Including the nine representpastor oi me r.rsi iueuiuuisi uu.U( ...ura U.O.U .s .t wu.i.. ,i. iu, ...c bed chambor clock. other relics ln- - or when It Is darting after Its proy ed at the conference. Selecman has al- - is good. It is sweet to most of us; clude an o,d hour g,ass tbe cha,r oc. Dallas. Texas. Dr. Is able to accelerate its speed conm second cupled by Washington as worshipful it ready demonstrated the practicability! but that man is putting WH.Tj WED iwift Is For AVOMKN SOLVE TIP EVIL , efficiency ot this plan, using things first to whom length of days Is . siderably.of about Instance theper hour ,. nf Mln and w,,,ph wtt. 100 miles capable Easter Sunday of last year as "World . the chief end of his being. We don't for 122 years and the Williams pic- - over a short distance if It sees any Mrs. Sarah McDannold, founder The Grace Dodge hotel, a .Y. W. of which he t know much about Methuselah, but rnrp nr wns nnrnn wmrn nie cen- Sunday" for the church and of the Women's C. A. hostelry In reason for speeding up. Washington, has a . Is the pastor, with tho result that the, for all we do know of him, he might i Press Club, New York, and her " rule. However, guests missionary offering for that Sun-- bo living yet and the world no better George Uthe, have announced presented to Young A knife, A pain in the side or back that cause embarrassment by slipping day amounted to between f 5,000 and for it. Our Dumb Animals. by his mother catches you when you straighten up their Intention to get married. The George Washington coins under their plates for wait?G,000. shortly after his eleventh birthday as calls for a rubbing application of latter's wife died about a year ago. resses to COUKTSHU TICKIiEKS find. The problem has "The real result of the movement" a reward for submission to her will In Ballard's Snow- Liniment. It relaxes Mrs. McDannold explains: "I know been solved by contributing all unsaid Dr. Selecman, "could not be esgiving up a coveted appointment to the contracted muscles and permits I am old enough to be his mother but welcome tips They had just become engaged. "I to a colored Y. W. C A. timated In cash. Many who had been Annapolis, is another article. Wash- ordinary bodily motion without suf- I havo been at the head of the house center. payments were re- shall love," she cooed, "to share all ington, it Is recorded, carried this fering or Inconvenience. backward In their Price 30c, hold for a good many years. In a minded of the sacrcdness of the claim your griefs and troubles." token thru life as a reminder of his COc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by way we wero business partners nnd A well known admiral stopped op"But, darling," he purred, "I havo and camo forward In a few weeks m were interested in the same things. posite a Ohio County Drug Co. mother's command. portly sailor whose medal with their money, whllo the zeal of none." There Isn't any reason to make a fuss ribbon was a an Inch or so too low "No," she agreed; "but I mean quickthe church for missions was over It." Surgeons agree that In cases of A .lAHHKItWOCKV MIXTURE down. "Did you get that medal for when we are married.' Dallas News by the campaign." ened mm tits, bums, bruises and wounds, the eating, my man?" !" Take Herblne for indigestion. It important. Charles L. Hombeck, of Sacramen "No, sir." You don't know how nervous first treatment is most He ho'arsenefes, inflamed lungs or i For When an efficient antiseptic is su- to. Cal.. makes the following contri-- J relieves tho pain In a few minutes I was when I proposed to you. "Then why the dickens 'do you Hore-houn- d irr!fMfng coughs, Mallard's a,1(l forces tho fermented matter wear It on your stomach?" London She You don't know how nervous pplied promptly, there Is no danger of bution to the poetry of lSth amend- - whlcli causes Syrup Is a healing balm. It tho misery Into the Infection and the wound begins to mentallsm. He hastens to say that . s. 1 was until you did. does its work quickly and thoroughheal .at once. For use on man or he has "never tasted a drop of liquor bowels' whero It Is oxpslled. Price per COc and $1.20 ly. Price 30c, beast, Dorozone Is the Ideal antisep- In his lifo," so that this poem is whol- GOc. Sold by Ohio County Drug Ho I would die for you. Company. . bottle. Sod by Ohio County Drug MRS. I. REARSON m you waiting tic and healing agent. Buy It now ly inspirational and born of a pure She Well, what aro m . o Company. for an emergency. Imagination. and be ready The reader must take for? Price 30c, GOc, and 11.20. Sold by It "as Is," If at all; no guaranty goes REKOltMER IS OUT; m with It and no money will bo returnWOMAN WANTS CONGKKSS SKAT RARE KNEES REMAIN! nouerta You Interest me strange-l- Ohio County Drug Co. ed or anything else bo given In exbefore. as no man ever has KI'KKl) OK miSn.S IMGHT change for it on any pretlxt. Flvo dElslo Hill, daughter of tho lato fore tho oxplratlon ot Robert You sprang that on me THK Hill of South Koprosentatlvo E. J. Josoph Haulier's term as a member Editors. last night. Norwalk, Conn., announced her canDoubtless the flight of birds in- Twas early morn I wont to bed, tho of the Newark, N. J board ot educaRoberta Oh, was that you congress from tho fourth spired the wonder and admiration didacy for tion ho started a drlvo to cover up clock was chiming two; Day. Topics of tho of primitive man just as It inspires And what I saw when I laid my head every baro feminine knoe In the clty Connecticut dlRtiict (nor fathers disW i tlckst but trict) on the Farmer-Labo- r in rest I'll tell to you; Thoro was gome little Hilly Shall I havo to give up my wonder nnd admiration in all of us now thinks bIio won't run. Though club when we arc marrlod, love? in modern times. In all probability A beast most horrible to see stood agitation but Mr. Haulier passed out easy and and the baro kneos still persist, soj squatting like a frog;. tha wife of Prof. Albort Levitt of tho a little club at It was tho flight of a bird, Lulu Oh, I'll havo graceful through the tenuous alr.that I knew at lust what fear can be It ho says. Tho University ot North Dakota, sho Klrls. hov- homo for you, doar. e machine over, indignantly deny the charge wns a wackorzog! on retaln'.ug lior maiden name. first suggested a In to navigate tho same element. of itnmodosty in their dross. In 1920 she polled nearly 2000 votes Mllo We'll havo to hurry, dear. as candidate for Becrtury of state Do you mind bolng pressed for time? the past docude or so, after many It wabled 'round In garthlng swove3, Stomach Trouble? years of study and oxperlment, this ticket. it warb and mackled bly; on the Farmer-Labo- r RUG DESTROYER Milllcent For tlmo? Oh, no nor Are You Nervous? rehas become a What scared me most was when Its ovon for eternity. Cornell Widow. ambitious droam Why Not Tnjoy Perfect Ilcaltl ? ality. Modorn flying machines aro Evory shot flrod this season at the brovos would glick and swarblo IN mm $0,000,000 IIIDDKV Winton-Snle- ni, d N. O. sly. greatly suporlod to birds so far us "I TP.KASUHR CACHK that aro wintering In your HKSTKICT GIKLS' SMOKING I cruchod in torror when speed of flight is concerned; it blob, fields is a shot at your pockotbook, nervous for about eight inoiiMci v it i indigestion, and Imd sevcr.il suys Farm and Ranch. Quails dostroy doctors to seo mo but found no itln-machlnos are capable, ot going but that was not the worst: Augusta, Mo.. Feb. 2.1. Mapa and Two girls expolled in the fnll hurti uf an Uolated inland In the aPinoater for violating tho "no snuk-iuu- " throoor four Union as fast as the It finally gorb nnd whumbled slob, millions of hibernating bugs that until a friend fctiggeMed Dr. l"ierco'- e r and then It went and burst! would otherwlso nwako noxt spring Medicines. 1 wa3 not able to unlvorslty swiftest bird. Howqver, rulo at Columbia South Sea on which treasuro worth i night more clumsy Oh, friend of mlno, I warn you much; to fall hungrily upon the product of fineet and could not eat, in.-- t livoi I machines are vastly wild to have been bu- teachers' collogo Now York, have W0.000.000 milk and bread. I began o touch not a drop of grog field and garden. "Tho girls hcro than birds and consequently moro Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical W" ried in 1S20 aro In tho po.ae.ilon of boon j covery to disastrous accidents. More- While reading "While you fight tho clinch-bu"Jabberwock" and and took otw bottle of Dr. Mrs. James Brown, widow of an aged smoko we all do," explained Marsuch or you'll see a wackorzog, redouble your efforts to incroaso bob-- 1 Pierce's Favorito Prescription, vw'h retired ea captain, who died here garet Kllpatrfck, president nf the over, rising Into tho air and descendnuuuiTiiii reitci. i am now ia.i a white quails," says A. C. Burlll of tho but feel just as thre years ago. Thoao are tho pa- student body, "but wo do not do it In ing to torra flrma for them are moro I did at 11). I nM a' newsMissouri Collego of Agriculture. gave-- tho Discovery to my clilldien, tho rooms because they are too dltllcult and require more tlmo than pers which Frederick Maaon, taking oft nnd alighting in tho casJ and now I am giving it to my grand- "They aro said to oat from 000 to paper corroipondont has offered to sniull." FOR FLETCHER'S ot birds. oo chinches at u meal, and their kuiu.ruii. obtain for Prof. Hoinor It. 1)111, of "You will always find bottio oi 'J Tho speed of birds' flight has been stomachs crave another meal evory Dr. Picrco'a Golden Medicala Discovery tha Unlvur.lty of Iowa, who 1. to WOMAN HAS MARHIAGK 1IAIIIT a subject of no Httlo conjecturo tho two hours. At least this is the usual in y homo, anil I will recommend is orulge tho South Sons noxt yoar in Mr. Baggs 1 hear that you " havo rato of digestion In most Insect-eat- Determining tho Though S:i yoars old, Mrs Julia and misconception. to,n"yone suffeiing from nervousnesV search of museum material. Captain Drown Is claimed to bo tho Hull ot Itollauti, Mich . has married speod ot homing pigeons is a simple become ongaged to my son, Miss ing birds. Quails aro tho only wlldi y& V!" "'""ft"' 2,u Ik'8 B,V U? only man in tho world who hold the for tho seventh time. liar newest matter uecauso they steer a direct Smytho. I think you might havo birds which specialize on chinch 'ii'Uer-linIs heujumln Wuldou, 7S, course mid fly continuously until they seen mo first bugs In tho winter season." cist nnd obtaining l)r. Piorce'a Golden key to tho location of tho treasuro. His Stonographor I did roach their objective. Tho tlmo conBut I To protect tho Ho said ho helped transfor It In 18C0 who has only been married twlco tho most Iedical Discovery, In tablets or liquid, sumed in any given flight nnd tho pioforrod Harold. Duluth' Herald. effective plan is for several fanners island on which It orlflnal- trom the Ilerblno cures constipation and retho establishes regular bowel movements. Winhlngton. Feb. 21. Approrl of final plans for n tnagnlflrlent finllU Ing to George Washington, to bo trected by the Mawma of the I'nltod States at Arlington, Vn seven miles from here, on a ridge commanding a view of the capital, wag given tonight at the annual meeting of the George Washington National Memorial As sociation. The structure and surrounding grounds will cost approximately $2,000,000. Rising two hun dred feet above the ground, the memorial building will be In plain view of the National Capital, and will bo passed by all who mako the pilgrimage from Washington to Mount Ver non, the home of "the father of his Wc t.ite it ai our honeK belief r!ut the tobaccos ued in Chesterfield are of finer qinlitv (and hence of lictttr taste) than in any other cigarette at the price. LijS'lt ttMjrtn Tobacco Co, J i Cheteriield CIGARETTES '1H j ' co-o- r , , ,..u.h-- ..,. ... - i .l..t'-coiii't.- i ,M-p- in-r- ..... - i lirok-contena- ry ,,,,, ,,.,.,,,., f. iiic-iuii- iui Pepto-Manga- :..,,,,...,, ,,, Pepto-Manga- SON-IN-LA- ; ..,, nt son-in-la- w, "no-tiping- Tit-Bit- y 3 -y hlgh-school- s. In-Is- ta high-scho- man-mad- ROR-W1HT- bob-whit- ff-fere- t man-mad- sl.-e- o-- Iia-bl- g. Children Cry CASTO R ,Pt lt bob-whi- fioffllJ&gW'SS "r competition for huge flcetn of costly it shall omluro for 15, years but that liritlsh are a commercial race, nnd Is a matter of form. A time mnstory of lea B PEACE CONFERENCE dreadnaughts. (o estimate, however, periodmerealways spooifled In trentlcs, keystone ofthetheir ovor has haon th Is empire. It is possible They g and with rensonablo accuracy, tho Im- but treaties may be renowed. In fact, flnunt their fljg o'ei the Mm It In AiiiiimicnlH lly Cutting lint mediate snving to tho taxpayers of It Is the customary thing. The seven sens, and proudly boast that Ijfti (J S llolilp Com.) ruction To tho United States through tho inauAlliance, for example, tho sun nver sets upon the Union l aBBfcWftt Contents 15?luidPracrfmj 1 Eft guration of tho Hughes naval limita- has been renow'd several It.m. V'io Jack, Is it i nmnll thing ier the Jlrli Tax jiii) crs. ' , I Since the memorable can drfubt then, that tho Powon will liritlsh to give up their chorished sea tion program. n WK7 CMHki 41 V Is it likely th-day when that program was cast up- bo eager to renew an inttnment mnsjery? I Ik fill w 1 if liLLni would acWashington, Full. 2G. Declaring For Infants and Childron. tlmt five billions of dollars will bo on the world llko n bombshell, ex- which represents such n savings as cord equality upon ihi ocean. volun1. tarily to an; tmttnn fill .r in the saved tho taxpayers of the. United perts havo bcoil giving their atten- does this Navnl Treaty. Assuming thnt It will bo renewed It liltort StntP.1.' States ns the ronult of cutting down tion to this mntter. They cstlmato England, the heart of the British battleship construction, Senator J. S. that approximately fivo billions of at tho end of tho fifteen year period, - WW...... ..J.W.. n ..w...... Frellnghuysen, of Now Jersey, sums dollars will bo saved to tho taxpayers 1 leave to those of you who havo well-oile- d ilnmtnlonR. . Ik Inrntn.l unnn u umnll ' tho fifteen adding machines nt your dis- crowded Island. England, Scotland up the accomplishments of the Con- of this nation during ai mnnt.-- .l PER CENT. ference on Limitation of Armaments years of the llfo of the now naval posal, to figure tho eventual saving and Wnles do not, canno, ralso treaty. to the United States, and to the oth- within the limits of that Island the ns of Incalculable advantage to civilii ? Let us see how this saving Is to bo er nations, by renson of this Treaty. food necessary to sustain the life of OE1 zation lingwcStomAchsandUgrejigL its inhabitants. Never, nt any seaaccomplished. Under tho Hughes All this does not take into account llo enumerates these- accomplish!" plan, which has been accepted by tho tho enormous expenditure which son Of the year, Is there a reserve ments as follows: five great navul powers, the United would havo been occasioned If the food supply thero sufficient for more 1. It lias brought about an agreeThereby PromoilnDKwUon weeks. England Is a slzo e of battleships than seven A- States scraps 30 capital ships. Tho ment to scrap tho Cheerfulness ana islvu--iihnor lliance long regarded In many quar- cost of maintaining a capital ship Is should havo rendered tho Pannma great Industrial nation; supplies of 5r;3 raw materials without which her Inters as a menace to the United States. placed by naval authorities at threo Canal practically useless for military Ilji..i3 jJMncral.NoTNAncoTic, Upon tho purposes. There probably are not dustries would languish. Germany 2. It has removed for all time the million dollars n year. 3ififl JlaofadDcSSXMtUi phut off theso raw mawar cloud which for years has dark- Item of maintenance alone, thcreforo, many among you who know that the sought to terials, sought to shut off these food there Is an nnnunl saving of $90,000,-00- great Senna which were iir11", ened our western horizon by proving HorhUiSatti In tho caso of the oldor capital under construction for the American supplies, and although Inferior In nato the American people that suspiAnittSrt MEs&! gavo tho British a scaro w... cious of the motives and Intentions of ships the cost of maintenance Is reck- navy would havo had scarcely more val strength, .4;i1ri rv oned at something less than three than two feet of leeway in passing which they cannot forget soon, if evJapan were unjustified. ;;sss' millions of dollars, but naval author- through the locks of the Pannma Ca- er. Valtrrntnnanr 3. It has brought about an agreeSo wo can understand that the a t,ntnfnl Remedy for ment of the five leading naval pow- ities assert that general overhead nal. This physical fact constituted a inn Constipation and Diarrhoea. charges, which must bo added, make very real problem for the American dominating policy of British states.05; " ers to limit naval armament the most .HKfll costly of the modem engines of war. ninety million dollars a year a con- navy of the'iuturc. Hlgger guns men must be either tho retonlon of and Fcvcrisnnraa-absolue naval supremacy in tho world servative figure. must have bigger ships to float them I By providing In the Four Powrcsultinhercftoinjnp10 Extended over a period of fifteen and If other nations started produc- or tho sharing of that supremacy with er treaty n simple and effective years, the duration of tho nnval trea- ing guns of longer range than ours, the one power which can be trusted ry for tho friendly discussion of IacSffilcSWnot b Is It not not to us it aggressively. differences that may arle In the ty, and compounded at G per cent, we would havo l.r.d to follow suit. even to those who do not love Pacific It has Inaugurated a now era this amount reaches the impressive The Panama Canal is necessary to tho clear Ifci citato Comp.cK "may bo called "The Ago of total of $2,089,4 90,548. American scheme of naval defense. England that she has, by participatwhich well NEVyyuiv to the naval ing in this treaty,' not only made a Reason" thus reducing to the abso- Under thp same plan, tho United It is not so essential givdanger of serious, state scraps 1 capital ships now strategy of other nations either in the very great sacrifice, but has also luto minimum the implicit confien expression to misunderstandings In that region under construction. Tho approxi- Atlantic or tho Pacific. Should the' dence In the good her and good will faith u 5. If has brought about the capital ship Panama Canal have become Impasmate cost of the modorn of the nation which now shares it? f the submarine as n ruth-le-- s is $40,000,000. making he total cost sable to modern fighting craft, the q oyer of commerce and of these 1" new ships, if completed United States might have been forcd l"!t: Esaa Copy of Wrapper. rAt etruR coiw.nt, iw yo citt things either to mainHow's This? branded as pirates thoao who nro $.r.20,noo,000. Air. Ungues ha tnt- - to one of two c.j,jLWMm t pi iiwiariwrWHirHnBMiiTrniTriBiiiinriin We offer One gujlty o? nirh practices as character - cd that the United States already has tain huge fleets both In the Atlantic for any case of Hundred Dollars Reward Cutarrh thnt cannot be 'expended approximately $330,000,- - and in the Pacific, or to construct an- cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. lzed the lat war. other canal. Either alternative would Hall's Catarrh Mediclno hns been taken C. It has brought about tho formal 000 on the ships under construction. by catarrh sufferers for the past thlrty-fl- e rnnileiunntinn bv the nations nssom-- ! which, compared with the cost of have cost the taxpayers of the Unityears, and has become known as the ed States other hundreds of millions most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's a difference of bl d of the doatlly poison gas which completing, shows Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on wrought such havoc among our gal $190,000,000, or the amount saved of dollars. It Is gratifying indeed, the Mucous surfaces, expelling the n by tho decision to scrap tlics2 (hips. to reflect that under tho Hughes profrom the Blofid and healing the dis lant soldiers In France. ..... .. .. , gram the size of capital ships Is lim- eased portions. t.f...t .1... 1n. tt T?i,nf1c tnw tiiAAttnr tlila nliltfrnf'nn After you have taken Kali's Catarrh tons. Medicine for a short time you will pee a tho troublesome Yap controversy ajbably would not be required Imme-so- ited to 35,000 Kreat Improvement In your Reneral Five billions of dollars saved to the health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh MediParis j dlatoly, and therefore tha stutisM-Peac- e of hangover from the nt onrc nnd Ret A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Conference which for a time clans compound tho amount at six people of the United States by the in- cine testimonials, free. rid of catarrh. Send genuity of her statesmen! Think for for J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. us with all the ! r nt over a period at twelve P. threatened to embroil what that means. It Sold by all Druggists, 75c. !i stead of fifteen, giving a total ol a moment Allied Powers. means that our taxes will be reduced $i57,0S4,790. ,8. It has brought about an agreeFOR MXOLEM. The existing yard, d;.:ks and oth-- - by that amount. Or It means, if you -ment between the United States, If you would keep the linoleum shore establishments of tho United so desire, that this vast sum could be looking like new put a few drops of ilteat Ilrltain. Japan. France, Italy, , as somiwhat made available for the building of kerosene into the water with which add Holland for the distribution and States are regard-'cables low adequate for th" i.ivy at .ts pres-i:- i roads, the draining of swamps, or the you wash it. It brightens while it of tho former German x Largest Morning Circulation ont strength. They are however, reclamation of tho vast tracts of arid cleans. tho Pacific. ,..- ...... lliAttnlil tr Yin eii f f Iplmi t fnr tlm . - lands In the west, which need only .. .. v .. nronoseu iNiuu ....... -. .... rn. o.... u. ii tne of Any Kentucky Newspaper treaty respecting China, It has, (V. ted navy contemplated und.T tho water to make them blossom like the LIVED ON MILK e. Furthermore, and now I speak brought about the acceptance' of the Hughes program. Naval citrts AND TOAST FOR Resolutions, calculated to pre- - ure that at a normal rat" of expan- - to those of you young men who were Root vent Injustice to China and friction sion of the American nnv, such ase J on tho aiarne, at St. Mlhiel, and in MANY MONTHS Argonne it might possibly among the powers ns a result of might have been expected if ::i liml-.thprestige and reputation. It is Enjoys avnation-vid- e i had been rfhriied, tain the solution of tho soldier bonus of Interest In China; and by,t-jtloSirs. McDanlc Sajs, V One Evei - question. essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news tho specific terms of that agreement the appropriation for shore establishHad a More Stubborn Case Of A hundred years from now, when It has guaranteed the Opon Door, re- - meats would have to bo Increased at. matter first consideration. Did. Stomach Trouble Than She With the students of history look backward up- S ninvo.l the evils of special privilege, least $10,000,000 a year. Xow In Perfect Health and Eats troops, foreign, Hughes plan in operation, this $10,- - on that series of International events rld China of foreign Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Anything On Table. nostofflc s. and foreign leaseholders, 000,000 annually will be saved, anil, beginning in 1914 It Is likely they Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. ' and put her in a fair way to work out computed over a period of 16 years, win accord to tho Conference on the "I am In better health than I have destiny as a svereign and Inde and compounded as before, becomes' Limitation of Armaments a far high- - been nt any time in tho last ten years her With important legislation coming before Congress $200,000,000, approximately. er place than do wo who scan each re- pendent nation. nnd 1 am convinced Tanlac is the Now conies another tremendous port .so suspiciously, looking for Jok-itoand Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Johas virtually brought about 10. It very best medicine man over made," Under tho old conditions ofjors, hidden motives, entangling the settlement of the difficult Shanurnal ' Mrs. J. A. McDaniol, 1C14 South is the daily newspaper you will need. in annamont, American llances and surrenders of sovereign-nav- said tung question, as a direct rosult of experts believed the United ty, Historians who view with calm High St., Columbus, Ohio. tho good offices of Mr. Hughos and "I don't believe anybody over had of civilizaStates, in order to maintain a posl- - dlgpasslon the progress Jlr. llalfour. a more stubborn caso of stomach bring tion tif naval strength commensurate jtion, Its alternate advance and retro-wlt- h will By special arrangements we are now able to offer 11. It undoubtedly than I did. When I began her size, wsalth, population and1 gresslon, will havo tho opportunity trouble Tanlac I was living entirely of principles, about a taking THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L pledging the nations to respect the territorial interest, should build at which is denied to us of seeing this on milk and toast and was growing of Siberia and to make no least two capital ships a year. With .conference In Its proper relationship weaker and thinnor every day. I integrity AND g war which ldd the new building program previous-- , to tho encroachments upon hor territory was so nervous I got little rest either or at least ' l" It has inaugurated a new era ly contemplated by Great Britain,- to It, and that era of peace bunions of day or night and I Just had a feeling THE REPUBLICAN navy assum- 0f partial rollef from tho of open diplomacy, thoroughly dU- - and with the Japanese all the time that something dreadful Both ono year, by mall, for only 3.7.".' proving the theories of the old school lug alarming proportions under the war which should result from It. They was going to happen. Why, I was program, exports doubtlose will see thnt tho Conforence so - called eight-eigdiplomats and demonstrating that even afraid to cross the street by mylni- This offer applies to renewals as welt as new subscriptions, but dolleato international negotiations declare that nothing short of, a two called by President Harding has capital ship a year program wouui tlatei what I havo referred to as "mo self. may be curried on successfully with only to people living in Kentucky. Tennessee or Indiana. New sub"I had no Idea nny medicine have been adequate for the safety of Age of Reason." the full knowledge of the people, scriptions may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will' could make such a difference In a ., No clearer evidence of the fact United States. 13. It has demonstrated the force the person In so short a time as Tandate from expiration of present ones. public The estimated cost of a modern that the liritlsh do not rogard the Indignant or n righteously has mado in me. My appetite Is If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The capital ship today is $40,000,000. If 'Four Power Pact ns an alliance could lac opinion when applied to a recalcitrant splendid, my digestion couldn't Louisville Times lor The Courier-Journa- l. In the case of France's at wo are to Judgo by tho way In which i,0 given than that furnished by tholr nation, as proved upon and I am gaining In has insistence upon a provision In the Send or bring your orders to tho office of titude toward the reduction of laiul tho cost of these weight every day. My nerves have, in the past ton yonrs. tho Val treaty for a readjustment of naval armaments and the limitation of sub quited down, too, and in fact, I am necessary for laying ratio In case of an attack upon ono expenditure marines. esse In Just li'te a different person." but not loast, It htjs down the modern capital ship of tho of tho parties to tho agreemont. ' 14. And last, Tanlac Is sold in Hartford by Dr. would have been much great- such an event tho treaty provides that to tho futuro contributed Immeasurably L. B. Bean and by all leading druggood will and good understanding of er had thoro been no limitation on tho nation attacked shall havo tho gists everywhere. building. Those who ought to know right to servo notice of its intention tho peoples of tho world, by fostering nearly-correc- t to increase its quota of ships beyond what tho President likes to call "The say that $50,000,000 Is more EAGLE"MIKAD0" tho former figure, nnd that provided for In tho treaty and than PencUNo.174 Conference Spirit" tho willingness part of men of all nationali In fact Is a, conservative estimate of tho other powers llkowiso havo tho on tho ties to get around a table and discuss what the battleship of tho future right to make such adjustments as For Infants and Children unnjjjM.i.a their differences before a disastrous would havo cost. Two battleslilijs a they deem proper. Provision is al- In Use For Over Years year, over a period of 15 years, they so made for consultation and read balo at your Dealer Mado in five grades war has taken place, rather than at cost-thjustment In case of difficulties be- Always bears ASK FOR THE YELLOW PENCIL WITH THE RED DAND tho pcaco table after millions of lives therefore assert, would havo xji.-Tthe i'" EAGLE MIKADO havo been lost nnd billions of trea- United States, Including compound tween nations parties to tho agree Signatuic of ment. Interest $2,322,419,035. been spent. sures havo EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK Totaling the various Iteiiis main"Wo Insisted upon this arrangeThese, briefly nro tho achievements ment," a member of the British dele "Is your doctor only allowed a cer Washington conforence called tenance, halting construction on of the shore establishments, and tho gation explained, "becauso wo under tain number of prescriptions under by President Harding, and directed so estimated saving through tho abolish- stood perfectly well that tho Four the new dry rules?" of breaking through the ice, skated men were in danger of being tipped ably by Secretary Hughes. "Yes. But I hold an option on out and helped the deer to the oyer and sucked under tho Ice. When It Is humanly Impossible to est- ment of competition wo havo the Power Pact Is in no sense an alliance, of shore. It was found necessary to tho deer was reached a rope was tied and that imateand I might add, to overesti- tremendous sum tho $4,958,994,374, agreementthe other parties to tho them all." Judge. grand total of could not bo expected to to him and held to the boat while destroy the animal. benefits to tho as representing mate tho moral HESCUIXG DEEK FKO.U 1'EIUI In tho other Instance two deer the men cut their way back by anothworld arising from this conference. saving to the taxpayers of tho United come to our assistance In caso of difwere chased upon the Mcrrimac Itlv-c- r er route. Tho deer struggled and By moral benefits I mean Its contri- States in fifteen years through tho ficulty. Though wo are not expectof President ing war, It Is but thopart of wisdom wisdom by two dogs. They broke thru nearly upset tiio boat but after two From Charles F, Ulchardson, agent to a better understanding butions close among tho nations, and Its conse- Harding and Mr. Hughes, as exem- to take precautions against any even- of tho Humane Society of Lowell, tho ico, but one of the deer escaped hour's work was brought Mass., we learn of the heroic rescue by climbing on his mate's back to tho enough to enable Agent Rlchardsoo. quent Inhibitions upon tho possibili- plified In tho "Washington Confer tuality." ence. Britannia no longer rules the of two deer In the suburbs of that lco. The other was struggling hard and others to throw a lino and pull ties of another world war. Thus it is seen there Is In plain waves! The British Eraplro, by its city last December: to keep from under tho ice when two the deer from tho water, where he likewise difficult to estimate-accuratelIt is A wounded deer, evidently shot at I). & M. R. It. section hands, Alfred was taken to a railroad shanty. He the material benefits view for anyone who knows elemen own consent, has admitted tho United which will accruo from tho labors of tary arithmetic a saving of five States to a position of equality, a po- by some hunter, was chased upon Culpert, 41 Totman Road, and D. was found to be exhausted, and could this distinguished body of statesman. - thousand millions of dollars. This sition denied to any other sliico the tho ice of a lako in Dracut, where It Love'ring, 90 Corey Street, Lowell, se- not move, but was given a scow, warmed up and fed. Tho next mornIt Is difficult becauso no ono can tore- sum, tremendous as it is, only part defeat of the Spanish Armada. Here- broke through Into the water and cured an old tippy toll to what extromes tho nations ly tells the story. It is for the period tofore, to rival tho navy of Great was unable to get out. After It had and chopped through the lco with a ing he was placed in the caboose of Britain meant to court destruction floundered around a long time n boy shovel for some thrco hundred feet a train and taken to some woods, mluht havo been led if a halt had not of fifteen years only. g Now the Naval Treaty specifies that at the hands of that navy for the named Leo Champagne, at the peril j to reach tho deer. All the time tho whore ho wbb given his llborty, j been called In the far-flun' FIVE BILLIONS SAVED 'v 4lP rm l1il A I I Hi IN W III 1 1 m .., CASTORIA Mothers Know That Genuine (iastoria teisai pr Onlum-Morphinc Always EE32SISISII3 Bears the Anglo-Japanes- mature of $ In ' 4lir 0. ts Jrv nui-chl- m U Yjjf Use For Over Thirty Years ostra-cizatlo- Pol-so- tii-n- - Which Daily Paper? rt i- - The Courier Journal I n. uu.'hi .- fig-jros- con-clash- n ngre-nncn- al world-shakin- j i ht ' C ASTORIA 30 'r afrtrcXcAit w e new-ship- far-sight- y rub-dow- n, flat-botto- m heart-breakin- I -- "V S tion we bco tho passing of tho crossroads blacksmith, tho village rolling (ny I. D. Claire.) mill and tho country doctor, but the bootlegger nnd tho political demas Published AVcckly by Tho author of tho song "A Charge gogue remain as eternal ns tho arctic QUAKE KILLS VIVE JUUITPORD-PRINTINCOMPANY To Keep I have," had just discovered snows. IN PHILIPPINES Incorponitcil a "Foundling" on his door step. There is n very slmplo rule to Mnnlln, P. I., March 1. Five perSome facts not generally .known: W. S. TINSLEY, Editor tho moral value of one's acsons were killed and many Injured by Only about four thousand stars are tions. It is, that if I may indulge and Business Mnnnuer. a sovcro earthquake that shook the vlslblo to the single observer, even on this act I must concede tho right of city of Cebu and vicinity yesterday. tho clearest night J one married cou- every one to Indulge It, nnd if every .Entered according to law nt the Tho property damage was heavy. ple out of every ten has no children; ono Indulges It what will bo the efHartford, Ky as uail con- Potoffice, Advices from Cebu said tho every seventh ndult person one meets fect on society? To Illustrate, If I of the second class. aatter crcto walls and corrugated Iron roofs Is in some way a cripple; the phoen-eclnn- s may Indulge tho passion of lust then of a number of buildings were shakdid not Invent the alphabet; every ono mny do so ,and If every onn to en down. Among tho structures badAddress all communications of the human form tho masculine is does so the home, the basis of society, Republican, ly damaged were tho palace of the Sle Hartford more perfectly developed than the lc destroyed. If I may Jie then every Catholic bishop and the Catholic conMil OlMllllllll feminine. may lie, and confidence would one vent of Rocoletos. It is believed most VfOTJCE TO SUBSCRIBERS disappear from the earth. If I ma;' of tho death wpro in tho convent Who can estimate the riches of steal then every ono mny steal, and Subscribers desiring the paper sent and that the dead wenj H native? 'to & now address must givo the old which death has robbed the human if ail steal there Is nq security of Tho city of Cebu, ritunteil in the I Mdress in making the request. Sup! race In tlie taking of its young? property. " Locals and Notices 10c nrnvlnrn nf f'nlm. ll.na n Ai..ll t i f . fie" 'or, each nd- - of about 75.000. It is tho nrlnclnal pose the measles had taken off JuJler iar line, and year, or , - lius Caesar In his third llWUDUt 1UBCIUVU. Reason can not grasp the Idea of ni.lliiii.lni llunllnnL Jttcl GftTUS I hemp shipping point in tho Phlllp- whooping cough Plutarch, or fettlithe immortality of the soul, but there c forjplnos jBf Thanks, lc per word, and ng Napoleon, or scarlet fever Shakes- is something in tho bird's song, tlr mQ lj. I.I jcn neau line nnu siguuuue, iuvucj; peare? How poor might the race bo budding flower, the murmur of the S V. S. HAS In the annals of war, of history, of rivulet, the grandeur of tho mounChurch Notices for services free, OF WORLD'S TELEPHONES literature. Sbnt other advertisements, lc per tain and the ocean, In tho sunshine word. and the shower a beauty In all nawill Now York, March 1. The AmeriAnonymous communications It Is a curious fact that multiplied ture that discounts the mortall'y of ' receive no attention. can people exceed all others in the mechanical inventions Iiavo added use of modern appliances, it Is de- Immeasurably to man's necessity to man. , TELEPHONE monstrated in tho annual report of labor, until only tho nomads and pasthe American Telephone & Telegraph toral people aro left the happy priviFOR SALE 59 Farmers Mutual Company, issued today. lege of leisure. years after the Inven"Forty-fiv- e John Deere One 10-1- 6 MARCH 3 tion of the telephone," says President FRIDAY Buddy McPheag aays future reH. P.. Thnyer, "Europe has only one wards are an absolute necessity to Disc Harrow, One Oliver tho populabody can pass telephone to each 100 of complete the scheme of uniM'nl jus- Cultivator with disc and Most any legislative, tion, while the United States, with tice, for how else might the poorly shovel attachment. a bonus bill, but raising the funds of the population only be recompensed for with which to pay is another, and a of the paid preachers of tho world, has E. E. BIRKHEAD, their labors? different problem. J"he Hartford Republican pendou's sum looked too hip to bo touched by hands less hallowed than thoso of partisan Democrats. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG ' III v J'e I TWO-THIRD- The Geo. Delker Boggy 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 Geo. Delker Buggy, ; two-thir- .. '-- J ' The chief objection to the bonus is Net earnings in 1921 aggregated In tho fact that It can't be paid without $72,G2;i,S13 against $70,CSC,904 no class the previous year, and assets of taxing somebody and so far exceeded those of 1920 has come forward, volunteering to is, by $110,4G2,417. shoulder the burden. The trouble . the most of us are willing, provided LOUISVILLE MARKETS bo made to dig-u- p tho otehr fellow can tho wherewithal. Cattle Midweek supply was of fully If Movie actors and actresses don't moderate volume and prices Best steady on the desirable kinds. circumscribe their nctlons sufficient to keep them within t the bounds of handyweight butchers found a good tho camera, more particularly for call; others unchanged. Brisk for tho bst quality stockers legitimate screen purposes, a rates; at prevailing weary public should, and feeders and cow and probably will, take a hand by plainer kinds less active. Milch Undertone steady of their productions. trade unchanged. boycotting some prime Decent people will not, for long, pa- in the heavy steer division; few actions before ripe kinds offered. Good clearance Is tronize and pander to the screen of one who is a cultivated noted. Prime heavy steers, Quotations: moral degenerate behind the screen. $7 7.30; heavy shipping steers, $6.-r0medium to good $C(g"G.50; Vacationist, Wobble, "Wiggle, wanton campaign of selfishness and tat heifers, $5C75; fat cows, $5 falsehood etc." Please turn back to 03.75; medium to good cows, $3.50 5; cutters, SSQ'S.SO; feeders, $6 the "Too proud to fight, He Kept us 7; stockers $43G.50; milch cows fiasco. By a majority out of War" t)f seven million votes the reign of 520gGO. Calves Market steady. Best veals simon-pur- e patriotism by none but common patriots was cast $10 down; medium, reign of the selfish $23.50; light calves dull. adrift anilthe Hogs Best hogs 120 pounds up, The Counfalsebooders turned In. surely must bo in the last throes brought 511: Pigs 120 pounds down. try of civilization, on her very last and $9.25; throwoius, $S; stags, $6.75 wobllest 'of wiggling pins. With down. Sheep and Lambs Trade generally Eome, nothing good can come except it be from one's, own household. steady. Best lambs $11 13, accordThe other fellow's motives are ever ing to quality; seconds. $G10; best fat sheep, $5G; bucks $3.50 down. impure, for selfish purposes only. Produce and Grain. The following prices aro today beof the blandest and tho Politics have been played by the Kentucky ing bid track LouUvIllo in car lots i ncriciiitnrn nnw sitHiiir. No General in bulk: AsEombly in recant years has been as New No. 2 red wheat $1.17. Wagon rotten as (he present. Fool measure-- , wheat uc per uu&nei tower. No. 2 white corn GGc; No. 2 yel of various descriptions have been In in both House and Senate. low corn GGc; No 2 mixed corn GGc trc Only a few days ago the lower housa No. 2 white oats 43 .c; No. 3 white passed a resolution by . almon a oats 41 c. POULTRY strict party vote, and everybody liens, 22c; springers, small to mo knows about the political complcxioa 17lSc;-ol- d ,pf tho prose nt Legislature, condom'!- - dlum 2535c; stag in roostors 9c; ducks 20c; Turkeys 35 sorts of appropHat'on.i, Ing.nll xiact every own. now cjtni.ig to Kt- 40c; Geete luc; Guineas $4 per doz Egg? Candled 21c per doz. il.nt- for road aid, lr-.!,'".' (Shippers pay frMght and dray- the Fodorai Governnr at. The State u million c'ollars if the logo charges.) vimiil lose n.iy The following uro iho prices resolution should be followed by tlia The University for hay and straw ns they are soiling National Congr.-ss- . of Kentucky would bo wiped out horo on arrival In carloads. On wnan nmmiP ntllHr EOOd tlllllES WO WOllUl prices are 50c to 75c pur ton low lose. We presume that tho appro- Quotations by Roa & Zeita local priation for highway aga'stance would dealers. 21; No. 2 No. 1 timothy $20.50 condemned also, had the "''have Demotrat.' not had It in their minds timothy $1S.5019; No. 3 timothy to control and sjionil all of the- mon- $1717.50; low grades ?1315; ey upon tho roads and Democratic No. 1 clover mixed $18 19; No. 2 commissions. The Senate, early Wed- clover mixed ?1G17; No. 1 clover nesday mornlne, put over an act au- $2021; No. 2 clover $1S.5019. thorizing and directing what they termed a reorganization of tho State BIRTH CONTROL HEAD SEES OVER POPULATION OF U. S. Highway Commission, in which act ALL DEMO . 'the four commissioners, Honululu, Feb. 2S. Margarot CRATS, tried and truo were named. Tho Republicans had It In their power Sanger, birth control advocate, lecto do the same thing two years ago, turing hero last night, said tho Unit-pi- I Rintos would be overnonulated hut, Instead selected a Democrat to lipnii th commission, to bo chlef-lu- within two centuries unless it accept- charge, and as overybody knows havojed birth control. lept tho road management out of pol-- J she Is on her way to Toklo. Japanese authorities have announc itfes. If the lower House approves tno Sennto measure, and there Is not a bit ed slio would bo permitted to land, of doubt as to what It will do, but not to advocate her doctrine. tho $50,000,000 bond issue, proposed will bo handled strictly by Demo- SAN FRANCISCO BUSINESS BODY Oil PCT. FOR BEER crats. A man, bo ho ever bo competent, If ho chances to bo a RepubFeb. 28. More San Francisco, lican, will stand no more-- bhow of getting on In nny sort of responsible than 93 per cent of tho members of position with tho Stato Road Depart- tho San Francisco Chnmbqr of ComIn the lower merce favored tho modification of the ment than n snow-ba- ll Teglons. Tho opportunity to build up Volstead Act to permit the uso of a powerful political machine was a beer and light wines, in responses re trmator temptation than the "self- - ceived today to a postcard referon- nbegnationers" could stand. $00,000, duin About 2.G00 replies were re- 000 or a hare prospect of that emand long-sufreri7; - world's telephones." HORhE AND .IAC1C SALE Millions of Russians have died of more are starvation and millions At auction March 6, 1922, on 12 dying In a foolish effort to demonStallion of the months time, one high-br.- d strate the pleasing fiction and Jack. Will sell privately If de equality of men. sired. DR. V B. BEAN. Hartford Along with the industrial evolu o is the best one on the market for the purchase money. ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, KY. Financial Statement of Ohio County. Cmtit of Ohio County, Kentucky: Tii tin- - Fl-cGENTLEMEN: We, your Commissioners heretofore appointed to invelgat e the reyear 1921, and to ascertaln ceipts and disbursements of Ohio County for the the County's financial condition as of January 1st, 1922. beg leave to report that we have performed said services to the best of our ability, and find. and report as follows, RECEIPTS. Amount received by C. O. Hunter. Treasurer, as follows: 2.55 ' Dynamite sold 1.000.00 Loan from E. P. Barnard 5.00 Cement sold 7,500 00 Bank Loan from Citizens' S.Oi Sand and Gravel sold ; 69 SI for taxes. County Clork . . . .' From Land Sales 22 50 From Plow Sold . 2." 00 HInes Fine from S 50 Donation to Road Fund 5.00 to Road Fund Donation 58,474 98 From S. A. Bratcher, Sheriff, taxes 10.000.00 Loan Bank of Whitesvllle 5,000.00 Loan Island Deposit Bank . . . . 5.3S4.17 taxes due by S. A. Bratcher Estimated Balance on hands as per report, of Commissioners January 1st, 13.703 S4 1921 al to-wi- t: $57; Grand Total amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount Amount du-fc- $101,20S.95 t received DISBCRSEMENTS $ 11,6 10 S9 allowed by FKcal Court, Road and Bridge Fund 9.159.2.'. paid by S. A. Bratcher, for teams etc.. on roads S, 712.55 allowed by Fiscal Conrt. general Expense Fund 2.4S7.S allowed by Fiscal 'Court, Charity Fund 2,441. GS allowed by Fiscal Court, Sinking Fund 5.246.09 allowed by Fiscal Court, Salary Fund 2, 109. 9S allowed by Fiscal Court, State Aid Fund allowed by Ohio County Court, road and bridge Fund. . 1.G34.14 711.13 allowed by Ohio County Court. General Fund 263.67 allowed by Ohio 'County Court, Charity Fund . ' 533.25 paid for Vital Statistics 2,403.00 paid by C. O. Hunter, interest on indebtedness 14,000.00 paid Hsnk of Hartford on loans 5,000.00 paid Island Deposit Bank, on loan 5,000.00 jiatd Bank of Whltosvllle, on loan are specially designed to lit snug in the instep and heel and easy across the toit l i ill ana11uan: .ao pmcningi rr matswiiy tney noiui nu foot in correct and easy position without retarding the circulation. 'TOOT-FITTERS - 8 B X i 1 i 1 You men who want lots of wear, fine appearance and comfortable fit will like the TUr. Kn.4 j. nv; uci3i 4 "FOOT-FITTER- !" I ; I b'n - $103,74G.70 Total expenditures From the above you will find that there have boen warrants Issued aland claims allowed for $103,746.76. and there has been paid, on claims lowed and Indebtedness the sum of $101,208.95. which amount when deducted fiom the amount of claims allowed would leave tho sum of $2,537.81, , claims allowed and unpaid. Wo further report that wo find the County indebted as follows: ? 1,000.00 , E."P. Barnard, borrowed money 5,000.00 Bank of Hartford, borrowed money : 2,500.00 Edgar Barnard, borrowod money 7,500.00 Citizens' Bank, borrowed mon.ey 4,000.00 L. Stevens, borrowed money Sam 5,000.00 Bank of Whitesvllle, borrowed money 125.00 E. Medcalfe, borrowed money i Martha 48,000. 00" Funding Bonds, treated as Interest bearing warrants Amount duo tho State of Kentucky, on Hartford and Owens- 14,000.00 boro Road 2,537.81 Amount of claims allowed and unpaid ?89,6G2.81 " Total 3,775.26 Less cash on hands In Bank $85,887.55 Making total of County's indebtedness . . .. Most respectfully submitted, this 17th day of February 1922. C. M. CROWE, W. C BLANKENSHIP. Commissioners. Subscribed and sworn to before mo by C. Mi Crowe nnd V. C. Blanken-shlas being true and correct, this l'7th day of February, 1922. " G. G. CROWE, Examiner Ohio County Ky. ,i ,.;,i j;uui ..i.. :.. uu.yiiij; wuj value in iw cjvuivi .. i : S" ohuc !,V5r is to come to this store and let us sell you good shoes. "FOOT-FITTER- FIT ALL FEET Price $7.00 CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. is thought by oil men here that It at fine oil as thore Is in tho state. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burdetjo vere Miss Elizabeth House spent Satur (he guests of Mr. and Mis. Guy llln- - day with Miss Eula Barker. ton Sunday. Mr. Kitty Heal of Owensboro H Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mldklff spent visiting her sister, MrB. Amana Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. M. MIL Stewart, this week. ler. A new oil well has been opened oif Miss Nina Burdotte and Mr. Dewey tho Amanda Stewart farm. Huff wero the guests of Miss Myrtle mm Reynolds Saturday and Sunday. ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICI5 COURT OHIO COUNTY FISCAIi Mrs. Amnnda Stewart and son, REGULAR TERM 20th day of February, 1922. Frank, of Whitesvllle, have moved to All persons having claims ngalnst Wedding, J. O. C. C, Presiding: Hon. R. R. farm, at this place. tho estate of Mrs. E. J. Moore, defeasOn motion of Brbwn.lt is ordered that tho Financial statement of their Miss Daisy Belle Hobbs of Hayncs-vlllo- , ed, are hereby notified to PBnJW? 6. Blankenshlp and C. M.Crowe bo accepted, Ohio County made by was tho gueb't oilier sister, Mrs adopted and ordered published in both loc,al papers. Homer Corley, Sunday. before March 25, 1922, or they lf Motion eo ordered. Oil has beon found on Embert Bar ho forever barjed. Copy Attest: low's farm at a depth of 700 feet It 34t3p GUY RANNEY, Clerk. J. L. MOORE, Adiur. 1 p, - HERBERT i i ? CI 1 III Mr. and Mrs. James P. Park aro Mrs. E. C. Hubbard, who has bcon the parents of another baby girl, born days, Is convalescent. sevcrnl Sunday afternoon. WANTED A gentlemanly sals-ma- n who can furnish a team or light - car to canvass Ohio County with an Miss Minnie Lou Camp of Owens- old established Hue of Proprietary boro was tho gu.st of her cousin, Mrs. Medicines, Extracts, Toilet Articles, Howard Ellis, and Mr. EHIs last Sat Soaps, Spices etc. Experience unurday and Sunday. necessary but not objectionable. For full particulars address THE, II. C. Mr. Russell Coopor, principal of WH1TMER COMPANY, Columbus, High Hie Drnkesboro Graded and 3Ct3p Ind. guest Bphool,wn tho recent week-en- d of relatives at Fordsvllle. BARRED HOCKS. - Misses Mlnorvn and Cesna John son are recovering from tho measles. I a fr . M '' " WWW WW a I ' I iv MflRvucrrc w firwiMi & COATS and COAT SUITS. interest vou in our New Spring Coats and Coat Suits, Dresses and Wajsts? They are here. Styles are beautiful; qualities trie very oest; prices are much lower. Call and see them. dm we. Mr. J. S. Hendricks has returned My yards are- full of tho best I to his homo In Bremen, Ky., after a ever had In size, color and laying few toys visit with his sister, Mrs. propensities. Sadio Williams, of this city. Some extra fine cockerels and pul lets at a real bargain If taken at Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Likens have re- once. Selected eggs $1.50 and $2.00 turned from Louisville wher'o they per 15. Prices on largo quantities had been a few -- days, purchasing for Incubators on application. . JOHN B. WILSON, m'erchandlso for their store. Hartford, Ky. Morris, of near town Miss Dessio CLEAR HUN was tho guest of her cousins, Mrs. M. C. Drowning and Minerva Johnson, Tho flu continued to spread In this Saturday and Sunday of last week. and other adjoining neighborhoods Get your Seeds, Fertilizer and until almost every family had the 1 Fnrniing Implements, from disease. Mrs. Diamond Miller, whoso name D. L. D. SANDEFUR, Dam, Ky., S. Main St; was among those reported In our last Beaver U6t9 writing as being HI of tin, developed U. Tappan left Tuesday for nneumonia. and after suffering sever Mrs. J. Memphis, Tenn., where sho will be al days, passed quietly away Sunday the guest of her cousin, Mrs. G. W. morning between" seven and eight o'clock. Her husband, who Is ill of Urunton for a week or ten days. the dreadful disease, is In a very crlti ' David Bishop, who is attending cal condition." Mr. A. E. Stewart of Owensboro, school at Bethel College, Itussellvllle, spent last week end here with his Is visiting relatives here and in Hart parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oscar Bishop. ford, this week. IMC .. J . . WSVW s ''MM I I 3 WWmTit.- - H FALL COATS. Our final appeal to you. Here it : Regardless of cost, any Coat from $20.00 $15.95 price , to S35.00: final close-ofrom $10 to $15 in the fall. Buy now and save These prices, are for Friday and Saturday only. ? Messrs. L. L. Nowcomb and A. S. Smith have gone to Llvermore with a PavTiona unii nvA nnw 0- - . 0 fhmiPht to VOU1 ai)-.. .. J. j. uimjJU o - - u- v." raft of logs. Holland Gray, orTaf ut for Spring ana summer, .uaiest suyit; lenuen-cie- s,p parel Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Helen Igfehart has returned guests of Mrs. week-en- d new and novelty materials and careful world-manshito her home near town, after spend-ln- c fv. were the nr-vnorpnis. iir. and Mrs. Isaac Gamients. characterize our Ready-To-We- ar n week In the city with her son, Mrs. Iglehart. Shown. Mr. L. S. Iglehart and Let us show you some 01 tne ciengnuui creations m L. L. Newcomb lost a fine milk cow Lyman G. Barrett Inst week. Coatsuits, Capes and Coats, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. O. B. Tlnsley and son Prentis and little son Lynn Culley, spent last on Prices range from $10.00 to $35.00. week-en- d with Mr.. Barrett's mother, wniuirn of this community ard Mrs. Fllurn Barrett, at Barrett's Fer- - L tlic sick list. Master Ellis and Lyman Renfrow "'. with nf Tnffv sDent the week-en- d Hopkinsvllle, filled their aunt Mrs. L. L. Newcomb anil Itev. Savage, of at the Christian fnmilv of this place. his appointment Miss Versia Newcomb spent from church here Sunday., He was accom- i,v Mrs Snvmre. who conduct- - Wednesday until Saturday with her 6 cd the song services. cousin, Mrs. Thelma Morris ana Jir g Morris, of near town. -- -t M. V. Johnson and T. H. Mossrs. I ...., Saturday night and Sunday witu :ir til LAKE ONTARIO UNBROKEN T.milavllln Tnesriav. i. CATOMA COMMUNITY Mr8, Marv,n FaTk ,S con"ned to be present at the sale of two carloads ' ICE SHEET FOK 05 MILES and Mrs. Roy Stewart. The Harttord Remiblican CLUB HOLDS MEETING wJth Miss Velma Leach was. tho guest or ot stock. shipped by them. They re- Miss Gladys Kitchens Saturday night. Kingston, Ont. . Fob. 28. Only, Wednesday night. returned MARCH ii Mrs. Altha Smith and daughter. FRIDAY,. twice In the last ixty years have tha Mrs. EIkIii Entertains Club at Her Little Miss Lucy Johnson Is rccov-- Miss Marie, of this place, spenUSat-urda- y Beautiful Huiifjalow Home; chiUed plows, tho best records shown such an extensive field erlng from the measles. Vulcan night with Mr. George Le.iclu We of. solid ice as coats Lalyj Ontario toForrt Offer Discussed. chilled plow on the market. the at Select. Fordsvllle; was also have a few Oliver chilled plows day. The Ice is unbroken' from Dr. I. L. Denton of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haven were The Catoma Community Club held Main Duck Islands to Pigeon Light on business. and can save you money on them. , in town yesterday sixty-fiv- e (ta roimlnr meetinc Wednesday after guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Taylor 4 and thence to Oswego which is .W. E. ELLIS & BKO. 35U EL PERBO 10 cents. miles from here by direct water noon at tho homo of Mrs. V. C. Elgin, Sunday Mr. Ilarvo Sheffield went t.o Owjjr. j, c. Leach spent Sunday with, The attractive bungalow was profuse- A hustling Sales Agent route. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. W.VNTKI) ensboro last Saturday, to take mediCounly decorated with spring flowers in nig brothor, Mr. Sep Leach, for Studebaker Cars in Ohio At The Best Stands. cal treatment. TAX NOTICE pretty holders with a background of j jirs. olive Taylor and son Darrell, ty. Will pay nice commission. Write rV VINCENT, (who havo been on the sick list for ferns and palms. R. L. Mrs. Alvlg Carter and daughter," Dnrine the business bession an In- - BOme time, aro better. The 1922 taxes aro now due the of Planters' Hotel, Care Miss Eva. of Boute 2, Beaver Dam, PERSONAL NEWS 36tlP City of Hartford and must be paid terestlng letter from Senator Oscad jjr ami Mrs. Ezra Crowder were Kentucky. orworo visitors at this office Saturday. guests oi relatives ac mi. iu " Underwood m regaru before tho first day of April in SOCIAL EVENTS AND is able to der to.avo'id tho penalty that attaches Shoals was read by the president, fol- - Saturday night. B. B. Martin has been assist Miss Amelia Pirtle ,i01 U lowed by an animated discussion of . .. ,...,- late. w im niinnt town .acain after having nn tlmt- ..- - SULPHUR SPRINGS. The family of Mr.. Lorenzo Acton Iiik in special clerical work at tho D. S. BENNETT, Collector. Ford's great project. sevoral to his home Hartford Herald office ior several been confined -- O-tt have tho moasles. meeting, a mu After the- business attack dnvs on account of a near-ugl- y days. Mr.Jlack Martin and family spen sical nrogram was rondorod. by the. CAR RUNS (HID FEET of erysipelas or blood poisoning. with Mr. Martin'afath-er- , WITHOUT RAILS hiembers. of tho music committee of the week-en- d Owen Lea and children are 111 Mrs. ' ON SWEET Dean of, n Jack Riley near Hartford. of flu and measles. the club. During the social hour da Mr. nnd Mrs. M. L. Duvall have wore guests of friends In iIbk Ora Dav left yesterday for Montclalr, N. J., Feb. 2S. The few llghtful refreshments, consisting of) their homo In Akron, rttHiued-ttonight chicken salad, dates, and olive sand- - Bowling Green, whoro she will visit Hartford and Dundeethe first of tho Mr. Tony Johnson it ill with an Ohio, after (spending sovoral nays pedestrians on Valley Road waok. eyes and stared In wichei. with tea and coffeo. were her.urotner, uev. tra uay of "flu." . with tholr parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. rubbed' their Mr. 'Alex Harrison and wife a trolley car which served, Mrs. C. A. Llndley presiding Aid wiliiH: Thomas and Mrs. J. R. Miller at amazement at Mnii,n,iiBt Ladles' Tho Gillespie Is through tho appointed tea tablo, Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Kato ,. at:tho prettily camo careening Master James Carl?lo -ujeun i linVThnnfAP rinll mnat. with MT8. J. 5. V. "' nnd Mrs. Elcin at tho coffeo urn. ill with inoaslos. .Monuay homo on Walnut Street Mrs. Jim Magan entertained Fri Tho next meeting of the club-w- in There are no trolley tracus on vay Mrs. Wayne Pirtle, who has been ternoon. 600 be held at th Exchange Hotel, with-Mrs- . day ovenlng In honor of Miss Mary j O. D. Carson", Mrs. Carson, of measles anu Ipv road. The car traveled 111 for a few weeks Prof. Fltzhugh. Tho ovenlng was spent 111 of Frank Richardson as hostess. thought to be bettor. roet with no tracks to guide It. and two of their children are Sir. Ed Johnson of Llvermore was pneumonia is playing games after which refresh type, had Montgomery, (Ala.)' Advertiser. In The car, of tho one-ma- n flu. 0 guost or his sister. Somo of Mrs. Plrtle's children aro tho weok-on- d down-grad- o ments wero served and music rendertrack. Riley, or recovering from the meables while bounced from tho Mrs. A. B. Riley nnd Dr. UAIiD KNOH. ed. Those present wero Misses Mary mt . taking it. E. Tinsloy, of noar town, Mr. E. tho others are Just this city. Fltzhugh, Elizabeth Renfrow, Clara. PROPOSES NAVY is who has had pneumonia, CUT COMPROMISE of this community aro Harrison, Mary Baker, Paulino Ma-ga- n, The farmers Word has been received by Mr. Miss Cllffle Felix, who is teaching Jessie Magan; Messrs. Byron very busy trying to get their early spent last week- and Mrs. L. P. Dabney of Route 2. school at Mcllenry, Baker, Edgar Fltzhugh, John Magan, Feb. 22, Thq sug- plowing done, between showers. Washington, Mr. Marvin Parks has purchased end with her mother, Mrs. Ola Felix, Hartford, of tho arrival ot a baby girl on A number ot friends and relatives Cullle Harrison, Miller Renfrow, Diagestion that tho navy bo reduced to In tho homo of Mr. and Mrs. AVavIe tho homo' of Mr. A. K. Anderson, .. .,!....! ,..xt.nnl nf 7R.O00 Was of Mr. Henry Havens surprised him mond Westerfield and Beacher Wos- of this city. 14th. TJniniov of Bevler. FebrWy Clay Street. made today by Chairman Butler of .wltn a birthday dinner last week. Mr. torfleld. christened Fredla. .Tiwirfl J. D. Holbrook was the guest The little lady wa3 musiMiss Mary Fltzhugh left yesterday the House Naval Affairs Committee, Havens In return gave them a PURE BRED White Rock eggs for of his son. Morton' J. Holbrook and morning for Jackson ,Mich., to take V. W. GOFF, went to n a. eomnromlso between the 90,000 cal, Saturday night. Rr.shpriff S. A. Bratcher writlne. Co ach. Whltesvllle, Thursday night by Secretary of the Navy 3Gtlp family at Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stewart were up her work again after a few w"k Routo 1, McHonry. Frankfort last week and completed asked for week. of last . Denby and the 60,000 previously de guests of Mr. Jim Smith Wednesday. vacation. bis final settlement with tho fatate Misses Nellie and Ella Daugherty u,. T.vmnn Barrett, of the Herald, taxes due from Ohio manded by tho committee. maue uur- OLATON .Tiidces W. H. "Barnes and c. w. Auditor for all 9 nntipr's suKcestlon was were guests of MIsb Bessie Leach a few He has also made his final has been CQnflned to his homo Crowe and Miss Mildred Stevenson County. Thursday. hearing on tho naval bill. Fiscal Court for lng the days on account or mness. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Miller have Just were In Horse Branch Tuesday, tak settlement with the Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Shields and Mr. County taxes. eggs ing depositions. LIBERTY HONDS. Mrs. Tom Johnson spent Satur- returned from, Oklahoma. and Highest cash price paid for Mr. Marlon Stone was tho guest ot day with Mr. Bud Fulton and family. year. of DavidMr. Molvln Browning, of thq L. Is very 111 of and poultry ovory day in the BRO. 97'00 Miss Beulah Mtnton irR. John While and children are his uncle Mr. Henry Stone, i Russellvllle, spent First W. E. ELLIS & ,. 97.00 ! visiting Mrs. White's' father, Mr. Joe son, Hunday. measles at the home of her & N. Railroad Po., flu and here. They f liSi aj 97-3Mr Charles Grant is on tho stele parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loney Mlnton, the week with 1U wife JBaizo at this place. Mr. Ba'zo has Buchannon, of Parago to Evansvllle tomorrow, shop- First 4&s will Mrs Oscar - list. ' s,0,!'0 been quite in tor some umt, on Union Street. of her sisping, after which Mr, Br6wnlng will Second 4s dise, Ky., Is at tho bedside Miss Hattle May spent Saturday .Uu'lv tmnrnvlntr work, while Mrs. Brown Second 4Kb Wayno Pirtle, city. J8-lter, Mrs. JUST RECEIVED Shipment, of return to his Renfrow anu iicssie and Sunday with Mrs. Ernest TruMisses Clara Third 4s Hartford. genuine Edison Mazda light bulbs, ing will return to Leach were guests of Misses Ova and man. Fourth sisJ. D. Duke, city, at- 40 and BO W., 40c; 60's, 45c; lOO's, Mrs. M. C. Stono Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. 100.6 Nova Leach Saturday night. Diamond WANTEH Salesman to sell direct Liberty 36t2 tho funeral it Mrs. Saturday ter, Miss Pauline White, ot Indiana-poll- s, tended si.00. Mr E, P. Sandefur left to tho farmer Acme winerai,"i; Ind. make an MlUor, at Sunnydale iMonuaj. KY. LIGHT & POWER CO. "Oh yes," said Uio pilot on tho fnr sohree. where he will cupplles the min ' prowB the bone and Mr. C. B. Lyonawas tho guest ot Is steamboat, "I haVe been on this extended visit with his daughter, Mrs. of Nocreek. Acme Pig Meal equal river his sister, Mrs. J. W. Miller, ot Dans, Miss Marllssa Foster, Hon. G. B. Likens returned to his eral elements. O. river so long I know where every Wlldlo Wobstcr and Mr. Webster. caring for her sister. Mrs. Washington, D. C, Wednes-da- y to milk.Acme Calf Meal and Acme stump Is." M. Sandefur Sunday. here, home In Messrs. A. A. and E. Sales are who aro 111. pppiI for chickens . Norval D Carson and family, after spending Monday and Miiir Just then, with , a Jar, tho boat wero guests of Mr. and Mrs. Praguo lavontor nasi designed fc looking after large. A paying business. Hartford struck a stump. "There; that's oao ,Leach Thursday. field fence Tuesday In ACME MINERAL COMPANY, spent typewriter lorjmusic. Barbed wire. American matters and visiting ,reia- Mr. and Mrs. Everett Taylor fonrn loW Cash business Wheatoa.UHnols ot them now," ho continued. i.... Mis Ludlo Ve3terfleld and broth er, John, of Dundee, who are attending school here. have taken rooms at tho home of Mrs. Margaret Phlpps. WASHINGTON j ii -- JUGa " SMOKE and-Joh- Carson (&L Co. iio,i Hartford, Kentucky. i i j ri-usa- - o bi-t- viV' i- i 3.' 0 '" 6 4b .,. 4s 97-3- lr sn."sa.M,,H- - V r-- mimm .J0m i4mWfHHi9l'nm1 dour and tho "Boston dip" waist. . ... . .1 .T ... ....... modern Rlrl,"' sho continued. "She will bo n much more intoltlRunt needs of carbon black er than was her own mother for many products are resulting In "Tho modern girl has developed Kentucky's storehouse being looted initiative. Her surplus en rgy wc-an Irreplacable natural ponds Itself In radical opinions, Its gas Dr. Harry Llmbach, City tremo dress and restlessness. She Is The Hartford Republican has made a special Subscribe For Your Home Paper Inspector of Gas and Electricity at'n uttle puzzled about what to do clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Louisville, said. wltli what sho learns In college, hut THE Carbon black, he explained, is man we art striving to train hor, not so Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one ufactured by erecting gas Jets which, much for leadership as for service." year for the low price of when lighted, deposit soot on Iron mm plates. This soot Is scraped oft and (Ul'TAI.V ZIGZACiS WAV .Is sold as carbon black. IN SCHOOL OF WHAM'S ' There were approximately 2,7G0 000,000 cubic feet of gas consumed Portland, Me., Feb. 5.2 Tho -- ANDby this method in 1919, nnd the schooner Pilot, captained by Fred State's gas fields now are being Hlckford, was virtually driven from The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest drawn on more extensively for car- the Jeff cry s fishing banks by n and best papers in the South and we hope to receive A school of whales. bon manufacture, he explained. This was the dethousand cubic feet of the average claration of Captain Hlckford on armany new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and natural gas contains nbout forty rival in port here. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in pounds of carbon, but tho methods of Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. Tho captain said he had never your subscription now. Don't delay. making the black are so wasteful, he seen so many whales In one time In explained, that only 11.4 pounds nru all his life. He said he was actually obtained from 1,000 cubic feet. afraid that they might capsize some The black Is sold for approximate- of his men in their dories. When the ly 11 cents a pound, according to es- school closed in on his vessel, the . timates and replaces other products captain explained, he started a zigzag for Introduction In state legislatures. worth 15 cents a pound. The gas course thru them and after picking It specifically gives women the right I vcroira &b B && iTfWS! used In 1919 for tho carbon black up his crew from the various dories of "choice of domicile, residence nnd manufacture, it was explained, would started back for port. name," and provides that the fair sex 1 A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comhave supplied 30,000 average famishall have the same rights, privileges i A good book is the precious life- - and immunities under tho law as nro lies for one year. The three compaplete telegraph and cable service covering the world. embalmed now enjoyed by men, abrogating in nies In the State making the product blood of a master-spiri- t, o& news from correspondents in all parts of KenState nnd treasured up on purpose to a life every respect the common law disademploy twenty men. Succeed when everything else fails. tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news HILTON. in ncrvoui vantages of women. Dr. Llmbach pointed out tho neces beyond life. and female I of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Mar-- o . cm:neise tnev are the suon-msity for preserving tho gas from l remedy, ai thousands have testified. 5 For three years "Molly," a hugo "NO MISSING LINK" SAYS ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliawaste if the city is to obtain a steady FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND i SAVANT HITTING IIAKU'IN ble authorities on these special subjects. supply of the natural product. Ar- polar bear in the Woodland Park STOMACH TR0U3LE J Zoo, Seattle, has destroyed her offtificial gas will he necessary should ' It Is the best medicine ever cold a Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with London, Feb. 23. This Is had the supply in the State fall. Artificial spring within a few hours after givover a druggls 's counter. a daily newspaper that interests every member of of th,e heat- ing birth to them. A writer in the news for the circus and Idehov fcas has about one-hacity claims, men. the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you ing units and costs approximately Post Intelligencer of that Dr. A. T. Sohofleld. a British sclen-- . three times as much as natural gas. that this is not nil accident but that want in addition to your local paper. I iiiironvBr t una nnint-- .i nut Hint ''the mother bear crushed the llfo out tist, declnres that there Is no such "Woman WnniiTl If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to the carbon plants deplete not only the w lint Imltfon tt arm fa t limn tlui tiir- - thing as a "iuImIiik link " , I.V.. .',, tn tw "''V ..WI Kl U'l "Life enn only produce life afur your remittance. gas fields to which they are connect- inents she suffers, the misery of cap, ed, but also adjoining fields. Other tivity. Who knows whether this may Its own kind," declared Dr. Scho-Order your subscription through States have forbidden manufacture if not be the true explanation of this ap- field. Grass can not produce a tree parently unnatural act? and It would he Impossible for oiii THE REPUBLICAN, the product, Dr. Llmbach said. human Icing to produce a human beOffic als of th? Louisville Gas and i A Bellboy passed Hartford, Ky. thru the hall of ing of another type. FOR PERSONAL IIVniFNF that the hotel, whistling loudly. Electric Company explained Dissolved In vater for douches slopr u miii j nicy .ire urging uiu imas.mt: pelvic catnrrh, ulceration nnd inflamui "Young man." said the manager mation pending in the General Assembly and sternly, Recommended by Lydia E. "you know it's against the Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. and W. A. Rlckman by his wife and 'intended to curtail the carbon black rules to whistle whllo on duty." A liealinir wonder for rutin! rarnrrl,. DEATH LETTER' Ohio County sore throat and tore oy cf Economical two daughters. Jlrs. W. A. Rlck- activities. "I'm not whistling Ht vttMonLuty rlcacnna and r?mirM n. WRITER IS FREED man is in a dying condition from Depleted gas fields, they said, will boy; "I'm paging Mrs.sir." replied the Jone's dog." Strain Fraa. 50t. all diusristh M r,x.J mean that Louisville will have to deman. lhrttunTnMCi..nn pneumonia. The brothers will be ;..;: n.t.ti ;' pend on artificial gas. The company CIRCUIT COURT Father, will you give me five cents At Itequist Of Women To "Whom hurled tomorrow morning in the it was said, has only a casual Interest for a poor man who is outside, cry- Meets first Monday in March, May same grave in Riverside Cemetery. Throats Were Sent, Cleil; Will in the matter, as it will be ready to ing?" mo and July; third Monday In September Not Be Held. supply artificial gas should the fields Father "Yes, son, here it is. You I and fourth Monday in November: GI'HM.IN SOCIALISTS soon. Kentucky gas are a charitable boy. What Is he cry- Judge George S. Wilson, Owsnshoro. Washington, Feb. 25. George E. BECOMING BELIGIOUS be depleted fields are known as shallow fields. ing ahottt?" Glover II. Cary, Com'tli. Attorney Long, Government employe confessed (tf" .1 Calhoun. "He's crying 'Fresh roasted peaauthor of letters tajVashington soBerlin, Feb. 25 A religious move- They will not withstand constant Clerk Frank Black. ciety women, threatening their deatlv ment within the ranks of the German drainage, hut as long as the carbon nuts, five cents a bag'!" . B. II. Ellis. Muster Commissioner unless given large sums of money, Socialist party is a recent manifesta- plants are using the products they are depriving Louisville of gas, it was STOLE WIFE'S TEETH, Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchonor. will not be prosecuted. tion which will come as a surprise to CALLED .MEANEST MAN COUNTY COURT Long was released last night fol- the world at large. The world is pointed out. The gas consumed in Convenes first Monday In each lowing his arrest and today is back accustomed to thinking of the ad- the plants each year would supply Kansas City, Mo., Feb. 25. James month: at his desk in the Bureau of Insular herents of this particular political Louisville for' approximately nine Kelsey, a laborer, is the "meanest Judge R. R. Wedding. - months. Affairs. creed as wedded to atheistic prlnclman" of 1922, according to Judge EdCounty Att'y Otto C. Martin. Cllfford Grant, chief inspector of pies rather than to tho tenets of the ward J. Fleming, of Municipal Court. Clerk Guy Ranney. the police force; William J. Burns, Christian faith, WHY BE SICK? Children Kelsey, according to the court, not ' Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: head of the Bureau of Investigation This gradual change of heart cul- A Safe Old Fashioned only refused to support lus wife, hut Mack Cook, Iris Render, George f the department ot Justice, ana initiated in a congress composed of Thousands of people have found Remedy for Worms P. Jones. Itush D. Simmons, chief postoffice in- - delegates from all parts of Germany 'STONES SPECIFIC the medicine also took her wedding rings. Then Seventy. five vearscontin. Jiillei- - Nat Hudson. spector, each announced that no fur- - and all walks of life. There were they needed for Rheumatism, Stom- to Increase ills spouse's troubles lis uoui use ia the bett testi. titer action would he taken against men and women, young and old, the-Lo- ach, Liver, Kidneys, Chills, Colds. La threw away her only set of false QUARTERLY COURT monial TREY'S VERBIFUCE as the women to whom he wrote ologians and laity, academicians and Grippe, Constipation, Weak and Run- teeth. Convenes first Monday In each month can offer you. When Kelsey appeared before the Keep a bottle always on the letters requeted that he be re- -' work'ngmen, who on this occasion down Systems. A Blood Purifier Visual- court hand. It will help keep (organized themselves into a "Union and System Builder, made of herbs Judge he admitted taking his wife's leased. Convenes Tuesday after first Monthe little one healthy Long Is said to have written "fit- -j of Religious Socialists" under whose and iron. To introduce Stones' Spe- teeth. truD day In January; and happy. first Tuesday In "You undoubtedly are the meanest 30cabottleiyourdnifgirt'ior to Mrs. Thomas F. Walsh, Mrs., auspices a journal of propaganda will cific we will give a full size $1.00 ters April and October, R. R. Wedding general itore; or if your dealer man for 1922", shouted Judge Flem"Mary Scott Townsend, Mine. Christian! be published. un'iiupplyou,endliiname box free. With your order for one County Judge, presiding. ing. nd 30c in itaront and we'll Ilaug?, formerly of Louisville, and Altho displaying wide differences box of Stones Specific. Wo make 2 1st l)Mriw J. p. McCoy, Hartford end you a botile ororoDtlr. "Your fine is $50." E. & S. FREY. Mrs. Henry F. White. He confessed of opinion as to the fundamental medicines and we want you to know Ca!u'mnc, Hi. ynd District W. C. Knott, Center-towit w nfter being promised Immunity and truths of Christianity and Socialism, Stonos Specific will koep you well, The Rest Laxative. hHAMjuowaafi when he returned to his homo whore they wore, agreed as to tho necessity sond check or money order for $1.00. "My sedentary habits have neces- :tid District Q. B. Brown, Simmons ltis wife Is seriously 111. ho declared of reconciling those differences,' of Your money back If not satisfied. llh District J. R. Murphy, Fcirdi- sitated the use of un occasional laxathat "I don't know why I did it. I vivifying and strengthening thoir po- This offer will expire March 10, tive. I have tried many but found vllle. 71111st htiv by an Injection of been crazy." litical doctrines 1922. So order this big. Bargain to- nothing better than Chamltorlaln'b .!t!i District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart WILL Brigadier General Walkor, acting lit day. Samplos free. truths, and of ford, It. F. D. No. 1. TAKE Tablets" writes George V. Daniels. chief of the Insular Bureau, .said to- the establishment of a church more I). W. STONE MEDICINE CO. Htirdwick, Vt. Mr. Danlols Is pro- (Itli District Mack Martin, Narrows day that Long has rendered twenty nearly representative of tho mossos Marion, Ky. R. F. I) .No. 2. prietor of the Hardwlek Inn, one 'of years faithful service in the bureau, of the people. References Marion Bank, Marlon, the model hotels of Now Englanfi, In Tilt. District J. Walter Talo' R rising front mHenger to clerk Ky. 33tl Dam, R. F. 1). No. 3 A Treafment Long also strved two enlistments DAWSON SPRINGS M HOSPITALS FOR INSANE BOARD OF EDUCATION for WEAK an the army, served asltiuerary clerk St'KNK OF TRAGEDY PHILIPPINE POPULATION IS AVAR VETERANS I'LANNI 01) Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Manm KS&SBMaslSy EQUAL MEN AND WOMEN with Pre?!dnt Woodrow "WIUou'h In every Convenes First Monday LUNGS oi party at th Paee Conference and Dawmn Springs, Ky., Fob. 21. Washlngton, Feb. 25. Hobpitnl month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S O 0 , CONSUMPTION Manila, P. I., Feb. 25 The native for insnno EliliTi Root on the latter' Rub-cla- n John Allen shot and fatally wounded with Secretary-Treasurmen will be es and Okl! Poe here late this afternoon. male and female population of tho tablished In each of the fourteen dis- R. A. Owen, Chairman, tour. Hartford, Phlllippine Islands is almost equal in tricts of tho country and approxiPostal authorities became interesi-t- d Allen claims to have shot In A H"!c!c relict fdr Hut tired, rundown feelinc R. F. D. No. C. i -in the ra:t',,r lx aus th letters when Poe aimed a shotgun at numbers, there being only l.'ti more mately $10,000,000 will ho spent up- W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- cousin, pains In chest, niulit sweats. Iirmor rhacci, weak lunzs or consumption. If it doc were sent thru the malls. him. According to witnesses, Allen, native women than men, according on them. Colonel Cliarlos P. Forbos sot help you it costs you nothing. ford, It. F. D. No. 3. g s who was a deputy had approached a to a bulletin issued by the census bu- director of the Veterans' Bureau, said Nat LIndley, Centertown, R. F D. 1. Lock box 016 OHIO MEDICAL GO. young man by the name of Ashby to reau and just made public. COLUMEllin o bUJllblll, Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. The men number 4.715.4S5 and the nrro&t him. Ashby had n pistol in The balance of a $10,000,000 ap- Claud Renfrow, Dttndfo. FOR FLETCHER'S his possession nnd Allen made him women 4,715,619. propriation which the Veteran's BuExaminations. According to the census bureau reau anticipates will bo made avail put up his hands. For Common School Diplomas relieving Ashby of his wea- there are 2.89G.336 bachelors and 2,- - able shortly for hospital construction, When V-VlUtOTJIKRS, COMRADES ER pon, Allen states he turned in tlnio to 690,901 unmarried native women lit will bo spent in the erection of ad Fourth Friday nnd Saturday In January, and Second Friday and SaturIN LIKE, DIE SAME DAY see Poe raising a shotgun aimed at the Islands. ditional tuberculosis snnlttrlums. day In May. To bo held In Fords- , him. Allen then shot Poe in the . Ky., Feb. 24. W, A. , Hopkinsville, "HILL OF RIGHTS" FOR WOMEN vllle, Beaver Dam and Hartford. temple. He died a few hours later. FLAPPERS LIVED nnd J. M. Rlckman, CS, Rlckman, Fur Teachers' Certificates Third IN OLDEN DAYS It is stated that difbrothers who had been Inseparable ferences between there had been The right of married women to n Friday and Saturday Jn May, June Allen and Poo in throughout their lives, died today regard to Chicago, Fob. 25. Mother was a their maiden names Is Incor- and September. Except notlco is the use of an alley hohlnd , within a few hours of caclt other, of their property. Poe was flapper, too, except that that modern porated in the "bill of rights" drawn given to tho contrary tho latter exmarried pneumonia. in Born and reared appellation hadn't been imported up by the National Woman's party aminations will bo hold in Hartford. and leaves a wife and several 'i this county the brothers had remainOTHER OFFICERS from England In her 'day and the Thy Commissioner ed together, married sisters nnd alR. F. Keown, campus customs ot twenty-fiv- e years ways tho two families occupied the Fordsvlllo. ago didn't have the heneflt ot 1922 Pcclirteht all tho time. Don't lay oft A Timely Suggestion. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo from work for days by taking calome same house and the brothers wero Tho next tlnio you have a cough publicity methods. That is the rean.iv.i (Mtusam, un. Representative Ira Jones, Whlto on your feet, while rcT'i-a- x Keeps yos for years engaged in public hauling or cold try Chamberlain's Cough son Miss Eleanor Alnms, president ot relievingyour troub Run. nnd worked togother. Several years Remedy. It is pleasant to take and Oxford College for women, defends le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Doth ago they bought a farm on which you are sure to be pleased with the the galosh-floppinbobbed-haire??korany,thin& cls? You can't afford d HARTFORD N it. JUirninatea poisons, cleanses By they had slnco lived. h Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. skirts of today. relief which it affords. This toniedy wearer of tem and relieves constipatioan, A cat On the streots they wore nearly al- - has a wide reputation for its cures "The socially grotesque features of Major W. C. Blnnkcnshlp. ural remedy, natural In its actions, sure wnys together nnd all their business of coughs and colds. in its effect and certain in results. Ii Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. in today are no worse than thoso of othwon't bo lonp beforo was dono as Rlckman Brothers. er times" said Miss Adams, one of tho win ROOKPORT completely displaco calomel in eyers Mr. Smith I would like to try on delegates to the conference of deans About the only difference was J. M. Robert L. Green, Judge. nome., Children tan tako it freely ana Hickman was member of Christian that suit In tho window. of women, which closed today. Rewith perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. Clerk Sorry, but you'll have to member, sho said the "Merry Widow" anteed. EOcand fi in bottles. ?Jon Church and W. A. Beckmnn of Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without the likeness andsfena Both were Odd Fellows. J. change your clothes in the hat, "balloon" sleeves, tho wire W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. "rat" of the former famous pompa- fd. Itickmnn Is survived by his wifo Still! Mason, Treasurer. c . grirj.TtMn, HiriXcs Mp GAS MAN POINTS 1 U O1A.1E.0 LUoa $5.75 Pays For Both r ! of A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald .,- -. ,.rT-r1r- s5saS' sffvcL KB atfj; raw simrs r i 1 lf I i r" nSvery i mMmMMmm l. I DIRECTORY sj AiC s Mothers use FreyS VpfMi For ike u fL - N n. YOU. OUR GERMINAL REMEDY 'mtvVP; USE LI SiVi er FOR.OiME MONTH Children Cry R CASTO 'A LAX ro-tal- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation, knee-lengt- ax Pros-hyterla- n. FARM DEPARTMENT. IjmiliH WORKERS SPURN STOCK IN KRUPP'S authorl-fjiM.in. $ .i ings, and were to receive certain aden-lgrains which the nnlmnls will' The button In e bsiuIi ministrative privileges looking toahlf to make, according to sheep fiitioled one !m- "m the word, management of tho Agricul- - turky Junior Agricultural Clulu," In ward nt the College of plnuts, according to tho Krupp an ture. While It I uminllr best to n blue bordor. In the center, tho nouncement. clover lent, signifying tho crack tho groin for young lambs, "four-H- " The resolution in which tho plan aro five or six wooks oldjplnlglng of heail, heart, hands and those that sovto bottor efforts through club wa3 rejected by the Krupp shop prefer to do the grinding thonuolves. health iet declares that tho Krupp manago-moThis system of feeding may bo itnrt-- ; work, Is shown In grcn. Intended to "unload" stock on m1 when the lnmbs are from 10 to 10; gar- - tho workmen, nnd by creating "capPlan to leave n place In tho 1(yg !, 'don this year for sweet corn. There italists" among tho laborors destroy A good grain ration niny be made variety the solidarity of the working classes from two parts of ground com, two Is no comparison between this Tho labor lenders believed partici lln- - nnd the common field corn for table imrts of ground oats, ono part of of tho pation In the management oil meal nnd one part of wheat use. plants, as stock owners, could in no liran. according to tho specialists Community breeding by means of manner lead to better economic relaClover or nlfnlfa hay makes a good would entho cooperative sire association of- tions with employers and supplement for the grain ration. way to danger the status of the manual laten Is tho best nnd cheapest ." lm- - borer In relation to tho mako outstanding permanent c.,..M.,nil Tliw l'nr Gardners Planting tomato seeds In a small provoment In the dairy herd Radical, Socialist and labor news. la illll ... luin Hum nf Mm vnnr In tho ilk uiiiv . '" papers give the Krupp firm credit Com will continue king of farm t,, nrranclnc for early to-- 1 ,ir., tho "soIt will continue king of for an attempt to alleviate A box about four Indies products, nintoes. great cial problem" by promotion of n big feeding grains, hut t" get tho deon will fill the purpose. Tho bot employers, of meat pounds In re family of employes and tom should be covered with :i one- - est numbor ..., iw.mwlu foil It must 1i but nevertheless generally npprovo .,.. i ...... hnlf-lnc- h ' layer or cinuers or Kra' ," Is the action of tho Essen labor unions, It then the box filled with rich,' supplemented, hot because and and express tho hope that German protein dirt. The soli should be forlor to other grains In In Its will stand together against any d thoroughly and then al-- , tent but because It Is low "schemes to capitalize the working Jones, H. to dry on top after which tho oral content. Nell men and women, or destroy their resulting crust should bo pulverized class solidarity." A warm; Viispriil Huns tut Inilt lleld. and tho seeds planted. Lexington. Ky.. Mnrch 25. Fall- ....... nf lirht- - a i.i r" iiidpii iiiliiv HAIJV, THREE WEEKS OLD iiniik "i tire of farmers to spray their fruit store the box. good ono In 'which to HAS ITS TOOTH PCLLHD trees at the proper time of the year ...... mo -- i..i,. feimi nf- una 'to control usect pests, is one oi iiie London. Feb. 25. A baby, throe npitruiiiiH .i. " causes for the low a eod sometimes means tho difference several main weeks old, has had a tooth removed In hav- - ornge production of peach and apple at a London dpntal hospital. between success and failure ' i t.. ii.t. voui.i'nliln. trees In Kentucky, experienced fruit The doctor who removed the tooth tho round, men say. The West census Rives the declared it was the youngest patient kinds, There are two bearing apple and the wrinkled average production of smooth-seede- d ho had over had. . of icadi tree, as .lightly more than one nnd o ediHl. ThWormtr jype peck, and that of bearing There was a young lady from Lincoln, should be planted first a. they aro a i.ardier and will stand more cold peach trees as a little more than Who showed signs of very deep think-in- ', perk. San Jose Scale and peach leaf than the wrinkled kind. weather curl are the particular pests demand- - For she said with 'a smile, this tlmo of the year. "To keep up with the style Those who wish early vegetables ing attention at Apple treos should bo sprayed with 1 buy clothes that always are shrink-I- n onions, peas, an 'plant leaf lettuce, spray of commercial ltmo ". potatoes, radishes and spinach about a dormant " sulphur using ono part of tho materii March 15. ial to eight or ton of water In order An Irishman had a face that was San Jose scale, according "an offense to the landscape." Next The use of proven varieties of l.to control -- l,n..,llcfu Acrl- ..v ..." .llil. l.0k nt Mm Knntuckv to his homeliness his poverty was the vegetables means ns much to success- llf Since most conspicuous thing about him. of puro lyd cultural Experiment Station. ful gardeners as tho use important that this pest be Henco the unsympathetic comment of sires does to tho successful livestock-ma- it is boforo the leaves begin to ap- a neighbor. "How are ye Pat?" ha Station Experiment Ask the pear. It is essential that tho spray asked. at Lexington for Circular No. C7 and be applied as soon as tho weather "Mighty bad" was the reply; "sure which gives the best varieties conditions permit. 'tis Ftarvatlon that's starln' me In the dates for Kentucky. planting d Spraying peach trees with face." lime sulphur composed of 15 "Is that so?" rejoined his friend. Gfmd ivir Crop Fertility. sulphur pounds of lime, 15 pounds of "Sure It can't be very pleasant for Lexington. Ky.. March 25. With and 50 gallons of water controls both yez." .an Increase of 33,000 acres of cover the San Jose scalo and peach leaf ayther of 1...1 t "crops aeuiit-- I.. il.o- Ctntn Inst -fall. .-I DISCOVERS MIXTUIIE TO . much soil fertility has been saved by "" STAItT FROZEN ENGINES g and leacn-In'tho prevention of erosion during tho Why Colds Are Dangerous. on Kentucky farms You aro often told to "beware of Edmonton, Alta, Feb. 25. Prof. winter months, according to a report a cold," but why? We will tell you: Charles A. Robb, of the University of by R. E. which has Just been made Every cold weakens the lungs, low- Alberta, It Is announced, has discovStephenson, soils specialist of tho ers tho vitality and pacs fho way ered an ether mixture which solves Crops used Collego of Arglculturo. f.r tho a ore serious dinh'i. lVop'e tho problem of starting motor entho fields during the win- who contract pneumonia first take gines In Intensely cold weather. to protect ter Including rye. wheat, barley, cold. The longer a cold hang3 on, Opportunity for a final test of the vetch, winter oats and crimson and the greater the danger especially from preparation came during a recent sweet clover. the germ diseases, as a cold prepares cold spell, when tho, mercury fell far reportOut of the 20 counties that motor of the system for the reception and de- below zero. A Llberty-1- 2 ed on the drlvo conducted to encour- velopment of the germs of consump- 400 horsepower was left outdoors all age tho projection of fields, tho 20 tion, diphtheria, scarlet fever and night and was- Immovably frozen by having the largest acreage Of rye re- whooping cough. Tho quicker you morning. The actual time taken to ported a total of more than 44,000 cet rid of your cold, tho less the dan start tho engine with the new mixncres seeded. This was three and cer of contracting one of theso di ture was seven minutes. When the one-half times tho acreage seeded In seases. Chamberlain's Cough Itemed' experiments were begun last year It 1918. 'has a. .great reputation as a cure for took an hour and a half to start the . A few counties used consiuerauiu .,0,,n,i,.i nnon. it same engine, with the mercury only hav- -, crimson clover, tho five counties take five degrees below. lng tho largest acreage, which wero,' Kentucky, roport- . --- .,southern located in .. WORK OF GIRh SCOUTS . "'--', Mnlv'n lng more man im "'"'sweet..., --- ,j SCYTHES FOlt GKAIX CHOI' closmall acreage of vetch and There aro nearly 90,000 Girl reported by county agents vor was Moscow. Feb. 25. Soviet Russia Scouts In 1400 cities and local counwho cooperated with farmers and tho manufactured 1,307,000 scythes and cils In 1G2 placos, Including all tho collego extension division in further- .Imported 4,300,000 last year. Grain-raisin- g states, Hawaii, Porto Rico and Alasing tho movement. is carried on In such a prlmi- - ka, according to a roport of the orTho object of tho moveway by tho majority of peasants ganization. ... tlvo m "0,000 Junior FaniM-the 8Cytno ,8 , Benera, UBe for ment Is to bring to all girls the" op. , ., . riuli ItatluoH. harvesting, especially since uio Hiiori- - portunity for group experience and ,,. . .. ,r ; -I.UXII1MOH. machinery began. outdoor life and to teach them thru ago of labor-savin- g loys and girls who aro niombers of ., work-an- d play to be of service to tho junior agricultural clubs In Kentucky KV KLUX QUIZZED AHOUT country and community. hereafter can bo recognized by n m DEATH NOTE TO XEGItO standard badge, according to an an- Has Had Stomach Trouble For Sev-- i , oivYeai'S. District Attorney Denver-- Feb. 25 of Fonmore, Theodore Sanford Phillln S. Van Clso today called on officers of the Denver branch of tho Mich., lias hud stomach troublo for Ku Klux Klan to oxplain a lottor, pur- - seven years and,could not eat vegetal'ortlng to ho from that organization, bles or fruit without pain in the tllrcatelllnB th0 fe ot Wnni cash, stonmch and restless nights.- By tak' negro, unless ho left the city. Gash ing Chamborlnln's Tablets ho is now in able to eat vegetables or fruit withTwenty Years 1 Uwe nea to oedon, uwu out causing pain or sleeplessness. If to GIHL MADE troubled with Indigestion or constipation give theso tablets a trial. They m Tho first woman to hold tho posi- aro certain to prove beneficial. . in Henry county, tion ot Ohio, is Miss Grace Yarnoll. Tho MOTHERS WILL TAKE GIIU.S young woman's title Is "humane HOME FROM DANCES AT 151 man It has made a newexpeagent." out of me. This . Hendorson, Ky., Fob. 27. A move-merience, related ky E. C. Mrs. niackstono Is your husband Is on foot hero to stop oil danco3 Bayne, contractor, or fond of homo cooking? at midnight. Society dances atart 124 South Honore St., Mrs. Wobster Oh, yes; wo havo and continue too lato, a number of Chicago, may be your dinner ovory night In a restaurant mothers have protested. The action experience also if that makes a speciality of It. Now taken by Owensboro mothers In York Sun. agreeing to chnperon dancos and tako you take Tanlac, the world's their daughters homo at midnight has Old Darby (vory deaf,) to Old met with favor hero. most famous system builder. intends Joan (ditto), as auto speeds up Feel fine, as nature him I hain't sp deaf as yow you to feel. Get Tanlac today. makes out. I can distinctly hear a At all good druggists. FOR FLETCHER'S London wasp a buzzln' somewhere. I Passing Show. Kssen, Germany, Feb. 8. Union nf Agriculture. Complete phlp;unts of the new hut- -' labor has rejected tho plan proposSheep Lexington, Ky., Feb 25 Krunp work", under which owner who give tlii-l- r Iamb n lit- - ton nave nrnvcfl ami wilt im inin-tl- f ed by the were to have purchased a year buted to tho more Mihii 20 000 inmn- - workmen txtro feed at till tlni. of the future. special lsue of stock with th'lr savprofit from tint cheaper mul hem In the State In the hi I Gain I'nwlor When (!Imi nnunr ment today tip nt tin- Ity club Colleen fl ii(r fnter ie nt For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we "brain-workers- .i.. ..... iiv i- - ln-b- or Ac, If You 1ST STOCK. mln-lowe- j 1 have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. -- one-fourt- li . Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED ( ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY i VJ con-troll- n. self-boile- DAWSON HOSPITAL DAMAGED BY FIRE "Dawson Springs, Ky., Feb. 24. Free-mo- factory and reassuring. Casualties In Belfast Firings. Belfast, safe for the Prince of Wales to pay a visit here. -.- nt Fire originating in the office of P. Ward, government superintendent of construction for tho erection of the United States Veterans' Hospital unit which was dedicated here Wednesday, destroyed the office building and gutted tho senior officers' quarters No. 1 of the hospital unit. The latter building was of stuccoed tile construction, but the damage to the Interior was practi- (Associated 27 Feb. There was heavy firing by civalians In tho Short Strand District at 8 o'clock this evening. Several persons were wounded badly. The firing followed a terrific bomb explosion at 5 o'clock this afternoon at the corner of Vulcan and Seaford Streets and Nowtownards Road. There also was shooting. In which there wore casualties, on Quenns Bridge and Albert Bridge, two of the principal crossings of tho River Lagan. Press). MWH Pains Were . Terrific Read how Mrs. Albert Gregory, of R. F. D. No. 1, BTuford, ill., got rid of I her ills. ''During was awfully weak . . . Aty pains were terrific. I thought 1 would die. The beanng-dow- n pains were actually so severe 1 could not stand the pressure of my hands on the lower of my stomach . . . Fart felt as if life was for but a short time. Aly husband was worried . . . One evening, while reading the Birthday Almanac, he came across a case similar to mine, and went straight for some Cardui for me to try, - Superintendent Ward's office was MEXICAN OIL WELLS YIELD a temporary frame structure locat5,005,453 BARRELS DAY ed adjacent to the officers' quarters. The fire started about 3 o'clock in Mexlco City, Feb. 25. Mexico has the morning and Is believed to be of 225 producing oil wells with a daily conincendiary origin. The office tained many records and blue prints which ot the hospital construction were destroyed. The local flrg department was called to the government reservation, three miles from town, and would have" been able to save the of floors' quarters had It not been for tho fact departthat the firo hose used by the from the ment wns threaded different The flro plugs on the reservation. hospital unit maintains a fire fighting system of Its own, but the wator had not been turned into all of the mains. cally complete. ... ..... capacity of 5,905,453 barrels, according to a statement today by the of Commerce and Industry. More than 575,000,000 barrels of oil were produced in Mexico In the year i 1921, the department reports. "You say that you often find your work rnnfnslnir?" Weather forecaster I do. I frequently find that when my scientific calculations point to fine weather my. corns tell me that It Is going to rain. j Boston Post. J"L M .. M .... i. iV -- TAKE I ",, ""'"' ., I ... Hokus I don't bolleve I havo a thinking ot friend In the whole world. "When is your sister Pokus Hero's a chanco to make gotttng married?" one. Lond me $10 New York Sun.' I CARDUI The Woman's Tonic "I took it faithfully and the results were immediate' adds Airs. Gregory. "1 continued to get better, all my ills left me, and 1 went through . . . with no furtlter trouble. Aly baby was fat and strong, and my self thank God am once more hale and hearty, can walk miles, do my work, though, 44 years old, feel like a new person. AH I owe lo Cardui." For many years Cardui has been found helpful in building up the system when run down by disorders peculiar to women. "Constantly." Th I Eat, bleep, wotr rrnJ Feel Better Than This Entirely It TANLAC dog-catch- er ds , Children Cry C A STQ R A He why did sho marry Dick? I "I knowed do job wasn't golnta last thought sho valued her freedom. long." said Undo Ebon, "when I She She did. But sho couldn't B found out I was expected to assist a bear to think ot Dick having any. man to help a man dat was passln' do Detroit Saturday Night. , do-I- n' tools to another man dat wasn't much work in tho fust place." "Johnny." said the boy's mother,"I Washington Star. hope you have been a nice, quiet boy at school this afternoon." TH'l'HRARV IRISH . "That's what I was," tansworod SEIZE BARRACKS Johnny. "I wont to sleep right afmen raided ter lunch, and tho teacher said sho'd London, Fob.27-Arm- ed police barracks at Clonmel, County whip any boy In tho room who woke Tippcrary, says a Central News dis- mo up." Bostoii Sunday Post. , patch tonlgbt, avid solzed seven motor London has two colored fish from 3 machine guns, cars.nbout 300 rifles, mm tho Amazon, valued at $100. 300.000 rounds of ammunition for small arms and 100 retolvers. Yli; press association says the PRINCE OF WALKS GIVEN WARM WELCOME IN LABOR, ralo was mado by lntinb.irs of tho Republican Army Sunday itght. IH'h Labor, British India, Fob. 25. Tin barracks had not yet been oac-uatoAfter tho raid tho llopub-llca- n The Prlnco of Wales arrived hero this a cordial Ho received aftornoon. Army men held tho barracks. welcome from largo crowds, notwithIs declared that elnboratp preparaIt standing that Labor has been contions had been mado for the raid. Winston Spencer Churchill, Co- sidered a storm center of unrest. For lonial Secretary, today told tho House weeks past a hartal has been vigorconference ously nroclalmed and the city closed ot Commons tho week-en- d with representatives of tho Irish Pro- to Europeans as unsafe Tho ques- visional Government had beon satls- - Hon ovou was asked whether It was - - I d. F, JJX Take Cardui .82 HW m Ti, M - Z? """"CT WOOD PRESERVING PLANT BEG 2S555y??yyyy? JZ STRAY STREAKS piwc'iijgg;flwtmiMffa& 5SSSK5iS? A l PRINCE OF PACE I t. (By Fluko M'cFluko.) r.nuKvlilo To llnii' Ijtii'Krtt Conrern Of Klml In South. (Louisville Times.) Work on the $61)0,000 plant of the l , By GRACE R. OLIN Iiy Illinois Central System Says Service Is Prodticars' Wood Preserving Compa- ny which. It was Camp Grounds Lane and tho Ohio river, will begin Thursday, according of tho to O. S. Bond, president Uond Urothurs, one of tho two firms which have been active In organizing the new concern. The Ayer. and Lord TIo Company Chlcigo, Is the other. At n meeting to be hold next week the officers of the new company will be chosen from the executives of the two companies that have financed tho wood preserving company. The officers of Bond Brothers are: President, O. S. Bond; vlco president, J. U. Bond; second vice president Clarence Bond; third and vice president, O. A. Savage, secretary and treasurer, L. It. Brooks The officials of tho Lord company are- - Chairman of tho Board of Director?, John U. Lord; president and general manager, Russell Lord; vice A. Carpenter, president, Augustus and secretary and treasurer, Arthur All the officials of Vf Armstrong. the latter company live in Chicago. The site of tho new company covers approximately 200 acres which have been acquired in the last twelve Reek.-'- , and purchased In Louisville in prt'trence to Nashville, Birmingham, C hattanooga and other Southern cit-tfaccording to Jlr. Bond, if the excellent location and termi--s.acilltles of this city. The plnnt will treat cross ties, bridge timbers, arii,- -, cross arms, pitting and other RO'M products used by railroads, and c 111 manufacture havdvvood floorlug, acg head heading and staves. It Is M eted to begin operations In Au-gwhen, It is sulrt, 500 men will Le employed. o, s, ul -u- nould construct the lnrgett cross tic jirecrvlng plant In tho United States Fair on land south nf th'o Stnto Ground, between Hell's Lane and anounred Monday, Little Mrs. Burton pinned u stray white curl bnck of her ear securely. "I decline," she whispered, pulling her shawl nroiind her shoulders with nn ?xclted little gestuie, "If Mls Taylor, alnft outdone herself this year In decorating her winders." ".Merry Christmas, Mrs. Burton," .Mrs. Tucker, the landlady, advanced In"Ain't It , cleared ff to the room. right pleasant now? Did you ever see so many stars, or, such a moon?" Her round face beamed with Joy, for little Mrs". Burton was n favorite with her. I9S2. McClurr Nennpuper Syndicate Albert Hlnl offered us a package of some sort of mititard stcd said to he ospeclnlly good for greens. But Itlal said thnt a bed had to be prepared for the seed. If wo can get our wlfo to prepare the, bed wo are gonna Inke the seed. Keynote in Handling Freight Tho freight service of tho Illinois Central System Is foundpd upon prompt and regular movement of freight and the consldorato treatment of patrons' wnnta by an organisation which strives to r nder n service of satisfaction. We hold thoso to bo tho requisite elements of freight service. Tho Illinois Central System Is among tho leading railroads ot tho country in handling pcrlshablo freight. Fruits from tho tropics nrrlvlng by steanuhlps nro moved north from the port of New Orl nns In solid tralnloads for distribution to marketing centers throughout the country. Domestic fruits nnd vegetables produced in Lqulslnna, Mississippi nnd Tennessee nre loaded nt stations on our lines and shipped to principal points throughout tho United States and Cnnada, moving largely In solid tralnloads. Vegetables from tho Illo Grande valley of Texas move In substantial voliimo through the Baton Itougo gateway and nre handled by tho Illinois Central System from Baton Rouge to principal points in the North and East. Solid tralnloads of meat and packinghouse products nre handled between Omaha, Sioux City and Chicago. Through trains from Council Bluffs to Chicago carry California vegetables and fruits. , g Transportation of quality and quantity Is an essential for tho and development of trade In commodities commonly classed as perishable freight. Without rapid nnd dependable transportation servlco consuming centers would have to depend on supplies from relatively nearby points of production, and trade generally would be contracted. Tho accurate maintenance of schedules Is important In handling perishable freight. As an o.ca.uplo of the kind" of service rendered by the Illinois Central System, It Is worthy to note that during the past six months our fast freight trains handling perishable and other high-clas- s freight long distances have made scheduled early morning deliveries 99 per cent on time. A bureau In the office of our car accountant at Chicago receives telegraphic adflces of the movement of cars loaded with perishable freight and Is nblo at nny time to furnish shippers of such cars or consignees the oxact location and probable time of arrival or delivery to connecting line. Fast merchandise trains are, operated out of all the principal cities on tho Illinois Central System on schedules which enable specialization In forwarding the freight the samu day received. The Illinois Central Systom nlso ranks among tho leaders of the railroads in originating coal and lumber traffic. This class of traffic does not require such rapid movement as porlshablo freight and merchandise, but doos require rogular and dependable service, which we aro enabled to glvo through transportation plant and special attention to tho freight movement. To a large exa commodities aro classified Into solid trains and handled long distances Intact, thus minitent these mizing d tention at terminals. Not all cars aro handled without delay. Delays occur from oausos beyond our control rthers from causes under our control. Tho delays, however, nre extremely small, taking Into consideration the thousands of cars handled dally. A loaded car found delayed Is immediately placed In a preferred . through special carding and notation on waybill, and handled in fast freight trains to avoid fur-tiu- -i '':.iy and. if pofslble, to ovoreome thnt alroady sustained. Wt are continually adding to our equipment in tho offort to keep nliroat of traffic demands. Wo 'own 1,700 locomotives and 6&.127 freight cars. Since the return from fed oral control wo have and received 150 locomotives, 1,000 refrigerator cars, :t00 stock cam, and 20(1 flat cars 'o have recently placed orders for 2,000 additional gondoln carg and vl.tfoo addltlina! refrinerator.s We nro striving constantly xto porfoct all departments of our servlcr. We realize that our wor'h to the public Is measured by the sorvlcu. wo give, and wo Invito tho public to call upon us for any service, small or large. Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. well-beinwell-equippil-s- men It looks like the efforts ot some run only to (area, cheat nnd i wild outs. Howard Ellis sa"s when he went to the mill that ground out knowledge the buhrs must have been dull. man, Ches Leach, the shoo-repasold his cow Tuesday and was com- -i to do without plaining at having mlfk, when nn obliging friend told the sorrowing dies that ho would loan him a cow until ho had an opportunity to buy another. Allrlght, ' pygolly, says Leach, bring her down, and that afternoon the man drove the cow to Leach's barn, which Is only j a little distance of some four or five miles. A couplo of Leach's neigh-- 1 bors told us yesterday that he had used their phones two or three times, In calling the owner of the cow, in ' order to get him bring down a wag-- j d of corn and hay. Won't some fellow please shake a manna,, ' bush for Leach? lr j on-loaj tCROWN NO LONGER A SYMBOL Germany's New Stamp Issues Bear Pictures ot Workingmen Instead of Royalty. n Tho substitution of figure's nf for crowned heads on the new jiostnge stamps being smert by the German government have considerable political slgnltlcanee, In tho opinion of the Boston News Bureau. They 'Speak emphntlcnlly for the radical change In public opinion." and "argue rather convincingly of n continued strengthening of democratic sentiment." As the Boston dully explains: The stamps are In three series of six designs, Vne having the figure of a smith, the other a miner, nml the third of a farmer. The first series, with a value- of CO pfennig (dark violet) nnd SO pfennig (red), show smiths of different ages at the anvil ; the next In value 100 pfennig (green) and 120 pfennig (ultramarine), show miners with pick, chisel or hnndciir; the last In value 150 pfennig (orange) and ICO pfennig carrying farmers mowfng grain nnd binding sheaves. ,, The 120; pfennig slump will be the anft for foreign postage. The CO nnd 1120 pfennig stumps have now been Tile other stamps will not be Issued immediately, ".is the government has ic supply of old stamps to be exhausted. Is 'Interesting tlint the government takes nfllclal cognizance of the depreciated mark, since the 120 pfennig stump eqimls HO cents gold, pnrlty. That a larger depreciation Is not recognized Is undoubtedly due to the gi enter alue of the mark in Germany than outside. In any case the stumps are noteworthy as ludlcatli.g the passing of ti crowned head ns a symbol of work-"ncine(blue-green), . pre--K.- tr Ger-imm- Burton," she continued, lower"Mr. Burton don't suspect nothing, nnd I thought I'd take this chance, before he conies In, to tell you 1 sent .loo up with wood and coal, and he'll have n lire going so us It will he warm when you get there. "And the pies nnd things you baked yesterday, along with the groceries you ordered. I had him take along. Ain't Miss Taylor's winders gorgeous?" "I was Just ndnilrlng 'em when you enmo In, .Mrs. Tucker," answered little Mrs. Burton hnpplly. "And I wish you n .Merry Christmas, too," she added. "I don't know how I can ever begin to thank you for all your kindness to me." The wrinkled old hand patted the other woman's shoulder tenderly. ".Making It possible for me to spend Christinas In my old home, and sending .loeo get It ready for me. Why, I don't know whnt to say, Mrs. Tucker, I don't. Seems as if everything is going to come out nil right after all, don't it. If," (little Mrs. Burton's chin trembled for n moment) "if only the Prince of Pence can come Into David's heart. "Theie, there, now," Mrs. Tucker drew the slender little form close to her for a moment. She knew as well as the whole town knew the sorrow that filled the gentle soul of little Mrs. Burton. She knew that Marv, the shy. sweet little daughter of David Burton, hud slept this inuny a year 'neath the inn pie trees, and Tom, gay. laughing Tom, had run away supposedly to war, nnd that nothing hnd been heard of lilm for nearly two years. Humor had It that Tom us In prison and finally that report had spread all over town. ".Mother," the llrey old man had told his wife, "Tom Is dead to us forever. Let us never mention him ngaln." And the mother, knowing his wounded pride, hud kept her silence, hard though It was. When the winter days had come, David Burton,' alarmed at her frailness, had closed the little white house on the hill, and, taken her to the friendly shelter of Mrs. Tucker's home. He had hoped the rest and companionship of others would help her forget, hut David Burton did not reckon the depths of ,a mother's love. She wanted her own little kitchen, all the dear familiar things thut were hers. So at last, when the glad season of Christmas wns come, she could stand It no longer. David would never consent she knew, so with the encouragement and aid of Mrs. Tucker, to so planned the event that was she satisfy the longing of her heart; would spend Christmas nt home. She was almost happy as she baked her pies In Mrs. Tucker's spacious kitchen. "There, there, now." Mrs. Tucker wiped u tear from her own eye. "We ain't got no time to feel sad, honey. Mr. Burtgn is likely to be here ".Mrs. ing her voke, J i We've just pickled 50 lbs. ot hog for when porkers sides contracted were selling for about "ViC We are not a producer, but this is one occasion when and where we feel that we made a bit of money on the advance of swine. ' Nail has Just about petered Bat out (n so far as publicity goes. Bat nearly offered us 15 cents to say something about him this week, and as tight as that old bird is, you know-liftels the lack of notoriety to even thick ot turning loose from that much coin for space in print. He couldn't shake himself down tho, and as a result we shall not mention his name this week. e ' m IV, pur-phas- ed , uny-tlm- e. NOT AS BAD AS IT SOUNDED "I'm sorry, Ellen," he told her, but with n glad little A Columbus woman In n trip on nn ear recently sat behind laugh. interurban "We're going home, David," she retwo women who were holding nil . minded him, "and we mustn't bo sorry the Iudliiminolls News relates. She paid no attention for nnv thing." Little Mrs. Burton stood quite still, to the talk until n part of n sentence through the noise of her hand reaching out for David's. For reached her ear, little the cur "in nn awful IN. with both suddenly, every window of the legs disjointed." The woman was im- white house was ablaze with light. "David," she said, aind her voice pressed with this tnle of suffering "see, nnd while she was considering It an- sounded stiange to her own ears, other hit of the conversation was in Tom'b room, tho three cundles burn." of viifted to her ears over 'the roar of And out of tho glory two pairs out off." dim eves saw a door open, nnd ly wheels "and one the young This was positively distressing, and of It came the trim figure of a n khaki, the woman moved uneasily In her seat, man a oiing mini In sleeve, with a and stretching both feet to assure her- strlpo or two on his self they were In proper condition. medal on Ills brcust. "Merry Christinas, mother," cried u Blizs. buzz, went the voices, and then "a hand all mashed." By this time glad joung volie us little Mrs. Burton the-- woman was having horrllled was swept Into His arms. "A "Merry Christmas, dad." Ho wrung visions of n mungled body. wreck," she said to herself, and to the old mini's hand. "You see, I was urtd to her horror the train made r i In prison, but It was u Gorman prison, widen terrible Jolt which sent her- und they Just let mo out." With un !...,.. tr in.r month. Ilcuratlvely speakurin about each ho passed with them enfnf, A smooth place In the road through the merry cheering group Into abled her to hour the Inst of the grue- the little white house. some tnle: "It would cost us much to Out on the midnight ulr rung tho Fend It to n doll hospital ns It would holy, glad bells of Christmas. The to get u now one, so I'm Just going Prince of Peuco hud couiol Jto buy her a now one' she stopped hlni 'iiiii'i-sntl(iiifoot-nearI Woman Was Unduly Alarmed at Grue-som- e Story Which She Overhear In the Street Car. "Dearest David." said this note, "I can't stnnd it any longer. I am going homo to spend Christmas with the memories of my children, nnd you, my husband, von will come, too?" Qavld Burton hnd slipped Into his great coat, his tierce old eyes wet. "I didn't know It was as bad as that, dear," he said under his breath. Ilulf way up tho hill he overtook her. "Lou won't be needing my compnnyi Mrs. Burton," she said, and for a moment a strange light shone? on the ruddy features of Mrs. Tucker. "And Mrs. Burton," she added, "It's going to be the happiest Christmas you have ever known." By the table David Burton stood, his wife's note In his hand. .Ex Mavor John Bean and A. U. Carson borrowed a horse and buggy of Joe Westerfield and drove out to Nocreek one night last week to hear the lady preach. When they landed they tied old Molly toa post and after the services were over, on going to said post they found only the hitch rein. Thsy searched in vain for tho remainder ot their means of transportation and finally started for town using the shanks method of locomotion and to their disappointment ot horse and buggy on the way or at the barn of the owner. They procured horses and started out in search of the lost horse and veni-clgoing all the way back to This trip. was also unfruitful and they returned to town, thinking perhaps that some obliging knight had appropriated of the highways horse and buggy to his own use and benefit. It is likely that visions of reimbursing, the owner spoiled the good effects of the splendid sermon listened to earlier In the night, hu.t on Iqoklng around the barn where and Molly obtains her corn, hay shucks, they discovered both buggy and horse, altho the good old nag had succeeded in separating herself from too the former by taking a foot-pat- h narrow for the buggy from which she had pulled loose. 20 cents from each repaired all damago to horse, buggy, and harness.' What wo want to know-ishow the nag with tho buggy attaof both ched, eluded the hawk'-eye- s Carson and Bean. If it had been two other fellows we know of, who 'ost the traveling outfit we c lid have very easily given an explana tion, or at hast wo would have had an Idea, altho wo would not have likCar-soed very much to publish It. But Wo confess we aro and Bean? stumped for an alibi. Suppose How-ar- d Ellis nnd Louis Fulkerson had boon In placo of Bean und Carson? g e, k. u President, Illinois Central SyMem. C. H. MARKHAM, I.TKST ANNUAL BIBLE INSTITUTE "How much did those seats at tho 7:15 p. in. "What God does with theater last night cost you.?" Jones Two and a half each for West Point Baptist Church Ohio the Christian Who Sins" C. D. Stevens. the seats, and $15 for a new hat for 11122. County, Ky., March Speakers will be met with convey- my wife. Bostoa Post. PROGRAM. Sunday. 10:00 a. m. Btbtc School Raymond Nail, Superintendent. 11:00 a. in. "Some of the FundaJ. n. Colo-mamentals of Orthodoxy" ances Slovens. at Centertowu. m m Mr. (our name) Hartford, Ky. Bear Sir: We aro In the, market for some WhU-klo- " "Eastern Byes" and, "Bourbon BOND at the distillery. If IN you have any Distillery warehouse receipts to offer, will you kindly lut us hear from you by return mall, and oblige? Yours truly, (Signed by tho Company.) Tho abovo is a copy of a letter brokerage written on a'ovvport. 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