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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 37 GRAVES COUNTY SHERIFF KILLED HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, preFMuro to bear on tho operators agree to u conference. . FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1922. Muscle Shoals this summer. Mr. Kahn said he favored quick action by Congross, hut believed that i desplto whatever action wns taken, there could be no assurance that the legal .problonis could bo solved for years. METHODIST All) AND SEWING CTUCLK MEET The Ladles' Aid Society nnd the Sewing Circle of the Hartford M. E. Church, South, met with Mrs. J. S. Glenn, Mrs. Step Sosh and Mrs. Joe Westerfleld, at the home of the former, Monday afternoon, in a most interesting session. The contest for Increasing the ipembershlp, which has been on for several months, brought out a large and enthusiastic attendance. The program consisted of a roll call on "Home." Special music was also an enjoyablo feature. At the close of the Aid Session the Sowing Circle held a session for the purpose of reorganization, when Mrs. T. H. Black was chosen to succeed herself as President, Mrs. J. A. Duke and Mrs. J. H. B. Carson secretary-treasure- r. Thirty-thre- o members and guests were present to enjoy the good meeting and delicious refreshments served at the conclusion of same. THE B. 1$. TOURNAMENT nt to THREATENED CIRCUIT COURT CONVENER MONDAY LEGAL TURNS BLOCK FORD r Will "Cut Wnges to I Join." A Kansas, City, Mo., March RANKS IN MINERS' general coal strlko In the southwestern fields seemed certnin today when operators announced open deflanco .Illinois Union To Deal Sep- to the threat by miners to strike on April 1 If wages are reduced. arately If No ConferTho Southwestern Interstate Coal ence Is Held. Operators' Association announced that not enly would wages he reduced but would be "cut to the bone." The new scale, It was stated, would Tho union coat St Louis, Mar. 8. present miners of Illinois will outer into in- be $3.4S" for day work. The negotiations with the real union scalo 13 $7.81. dependent The "check off system" will ho operators of tho State, unless an Inis arranged of abolished, It was further stated. terstate conferonce in prospect liy April 1. This defiance to the edict of the United Mine Work- Sl'LPIIUK SPRINGS YOUTH IS VICTIM OF PNEUMONIA ers of America was decided upon at executive a meeting of the State old sen Harlan, tho eleven-yea- r lioard of the Illinois miners' union, of Sulphur of Mr. Henry Hlnton, licld here today. home, Sunday A tremendous hreach in tho ranks Springs, died at their with re- afternoon at ono o'clock, of pneumoof tho international union an attack of sultant weakening In tho strike that nia, which resulted from Funeral services were Pennsylvania Influenza. Imminent In the conducted at the family residence nd Ohio fields Is now threatened. dofl to the flat Monday morning, by the Itev. Wilcox, The Illinois miners' church, Dunof the International union was em- pastor of the Methodist took lengthy telegram sent by dee. Burial or tho reranins bodied In a following, at New Franu Karrington, State president, to place the afternoon few miles below Secrttjry-TreasurWilliam C.reen llethel cemetery, a that some of of the Untied Mine Workers at In- Hartford. It is said Mr; Hlnton aro Karrington told C.reen the other children of dianapolis. condition, suffering v ry plainly that the Illinois union In a precarious from tho dreadful malady. w ill not agree to any "drifting" poli--- cy, calculated only to produce "a on Ap'll 1." He had HARTFORD GIRLS of work prewouxly assured Green that "we S so long shall continue to as there Is any hope of bringing 1,o- - Championship Runic by Tlire-about an interstate conference." Point.--, Onlj Content Lost. Karrington Informed Gre-- n that, in the opinion of the Illinois Miners' ExTho local High School Girl's basket ecutive Hoard, the action of the In- ball team, in tho Oreen River district ternal lonnl Executive Hoard In tele- tournament, staged in Owcnsboro graphing him that the Illinois miners Friday and Saturday of lust week could not negotiate a separate agree- lost the rubber game to West Louisment was "presumptuous and Imper- ville and thereby failed to cop tho tinent." championship by the narrow margin Karrington denied the authority of of 4 points, that is, it would have rethe International body to make rul- quired four more points to have landings In tho matter.) ed first. The score being 11 to 8 Little Hope Of Alerting Strike". against the home damsels. Their reOfficials cord during the tournament and tho Indianapolis, March S. are season Is enough though, to he proud of the United Mine Workers "hopeful" today that a strike of of, this last contest being the only bituminous coal workers April 1 may ono lost. yet be averted. But in tho same In tho tournament, Hartford debreath they admit thero Is little feated Calhoun 10 to 8 and Utica by ground for hope that suspension of 12 to 4. operations will not ensue upon exOwcnsboro High, Boys' basketeers piration of the present wage agree- were easy winners for tho championment three weeks hence. ship and will represent the district In "Tho whole thing rests with tho op- tho tournament at Lexington for the erators," ono union officlnl said to- State championship as will the West day, explaining that if the mlno own- Loulsvlllo Team. If our own team ers, now divided by tho refusal of could not be in this tournament wo certain powerful groups to enter In- sincerely hope that each of the Green to negotiations with tho miners, once Hiver Championship teams may cop Ket Into conference with tho inten- tho coveted laurels In the contests to Here's to tion of consummating an agreement, bo staged In Lexington. speedy adjustment can bo mado and both of them for victory for our discessation of mining operations avoid- trict. ed. Thus far, howovor, thero has not been tho slightest indication of MIL ELMER E. TINKLEY DIES OF PNEUMONIA any Intention of tho operators to recede from their "stand pat" attitude. Mr. Elmer E. TInsley, a prominent no agreement "No conference; vicinity-then astrlke," was the way Presi- citizen of tho Alexandria L. Lewis of the mine work- died at his homo at 11 p. m., Mondent John day. He lir.d b2cn ill of pneumonia ers summed up tho situation. but unofficially report- and eoemingly had recovered Strike ballots ed almost unanimously favoring a suffered a relarso which resulted In walkout In April in tho event a wage his death. He was tho con of Woodcontract Is not affected continued bury and Matilda (Barnctt) TInsloy, pouring into union headquarters, but and was 57 years of ago last Nov. a canvass will not bo made until Frl-la- y 28th. In early manhood he married Miss Fidelia Ward, who survives him. if even then. executive Surviving children are: three daughMeanwhllo the union i)oard continues in session. Today, In ters. Mrs. Hartley Park, of the homo addition to discussing strike plans, vicinity, and Misses Isabel and Zola, it considered international diffi- at home, six sous: Harlan E., in the culties, bred of Frank Farrlngton's U. S. Army, now stationed at Chicanttltude regarding n possible sepa- go, Clarence, 'of this city, Harnett, Wendell, Yorkes and nradloy, of the rate wage agrcoment In Illinois. homo community; one sister, Mrs. "It is utterly impossible for to make a separate contract, S. E. Hennett, of Decatur, Ala.; two said a high union official in dispos- brothors, Wllburn S., of Hartford, ing of tho factional strife. "Tho Il- and O. It., of tho Washington neighlinois minors and operators may borhood. Ho is also survived by his meet, but thoy cannot make a sopa-rat- o mother. agreement that will 'stick.' After funeral services' conducted by Hev. H. T. Harper at Alexandria Hopes Te Hrlng About Parley. Washington, March 8. With tho schoolhouse at 2 p. in. Tuesday, tho atrlko vote o( tho bituminous coal body was laid to rest in tho nearby minors rising higher and higher, tho cemetery in tho presence of a largo administration today renewed Its ef- congregation of his friends. Mr. Tinsloy was devoted to his forts to bring about a conference be tween tho operators and miners to I family and faithful to his friends. avert tho threatened strike on April J He wa3 a useful citizen and his loss ii will be keenly felt by tho community. 1. Secretary of Labor Davis his many other Murine the day with his aids. Wo Join with ' who aro famailiar with tho soft coal friends In expressing to his bereaved family our most heartfolt sympathy. situation. Hartford Herald. Ileyond saying that he hoped to bring about tho desired conference, Mr. Oliver Willis of Narrows has Secretary Davis was silent regarding steps that are being taken. The bcon very ill of Influenza for some tlie thought to bo some bettor menace of a soft coal strike, which time but is i .iniiv irrnwinir creator, la causing now. His sons Emuiett, of Texas and Whiting, Intl., havo been concern In official circles and Secre- - Roscoe, of at his bedside. -- ....o is oil""tary ae-in- s er sus-pen-.NEAR-CHAMPIONe ! ' Far-rlngt- on con-fnrm- 3H0ALS PLANS New Officials Perform In Years Of Litigation Need- ed To Clear Title, First Regular Court Kahn Says. Session. Tho Ohio Circuit Court convened in Washington, March 7. Shot To Death By Deputy In Quarrel Over Salary. quiet in Mayfield tonight after an Pad u can, Ky., March 6. All Is af- Chairman regular session Monday, with the new Kahn, of the House Military Comofficials, Judge George S. Wilson, pre- mittee, today told W. B. Mayo, chief siding, ami Commonwealth Attorney engineer for Henry Ford, that1 It Glover II. Gary and County Attorney would require years to thresh out leO. C. Martin In charge of the Com- gal entanglements, and It was doubt with Frank ful even then that the government monwealth's Interests, by deputies Leon would be able to accept the Detroit Hlack, assisted Hlshop and Oscar Bishop, doing tho manufacturer's proposed contract for clerical work, and O. A. Halph.sheriff purchase and lease of the nitrate and and Mack Cook, G. P. Jones and Iris power projects at Muscle Shoals. adjourned After tho committee Render, deputies executing various processes and performing other ser- other committee members said that vices in connection with the Sheriff's the legal harriers to acceptance of tho duties. Jailer Nat Hudson was also Ford proposal appeared Inescapable much in evidence In looking after the hecauso of the contracts held by the comfort of tho court In tho matter Alabama Power Company and tho Air Nitrate Corporation, which, those of furnishing heat, light and the of various other duties as concerns claim, give them exclusive rights to purchase the Warrior steam jailer. Du? to so much Illness throughout plant and nitrate plant No. 2, retho County proceedings of the court spectively. Both units would be delivered to Mr. Ford with free titles have been- seriously handicapped. should his proposal be accepted and and colds nre prevalent in section of the Court's jurisdiction, could not bo freed from the contract ce - ev-o- ry in nddltion to many cases of pneumonia, thereby preventing the attendance of litigants, witnesses, Jurors and in some cases attorneys, which necessarily is forcing the continuance of a large number of actions. The following citizens were em-na- n el ml unon the crnnd Jury: Earl Haycraft, H. S. Jackson, C.C. Raymer, Chester Tlchenor, Willie Johnson, J. W. Foster, W. F. Hudson, A. L. Martin, C. B. Shown, Tice Baker, W. C. Bullock, and T. H. Black, the latter was designated foreman. Appointment of the following officers was announced by Judge Wilson: I). Howard Ellis, Master Commissioner; L. B. Tlchenor, Trusteo of the Jury Fund; H. C. Acton, E. E. Birkhead and S. L. Stevens Jury Commissioners. The grand Jury has returned indictments as follows: Jesse Sublett, murder, whose trial has been set for Monday, March 13th, and tho accused remanded to jail without bond. M. D. Shields, murder, trial set for Wednesday, tho 15th. , and released Each on bond In the sum of $3,500. of tho parties had previously been arrested and were In custody of the court. Other Indictments havo been found, some returned Into court and others had not been reported It is conditions without prolonged litigation. Ford Amends Offer. Discussion of the legal difficulties developed after Mr. Mayo and Gray Silver, Washington representative of the American Farm Bureau Federation, had presented threo alterations which they said Mr. Ford had agreed to make in his original offer. The first alteration provided for a fixed capitalization of not less than Mr. ? 10,000,000 for tho company Ford-woul- d creatj to operate tho enterprise. Tho amendment was suggested by Mr. Weeks to safeguard the (Contributed.) Tho girls basket ball team of Hartford High School made rather an exciting trip to Owensboro last Friday aftermorning, returning Sunday noon. The team consisted of Besslo Clark, Helen Barnett, Myrtle Carter, Annabel King, Clara Kirk, Geneva Howard and Lockett Ford. Otheri who accompanied them were Miss Florence Nelson, coach, and Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter. Their first game In tho tournament was Friday afternoon, with. Calhoun High School. This game was not as thrilling as some, as tho teams were under the disadvantage of a new court and referee, however, our girls won with the score of 10 to 6. Their next game was played with Utlca, whom they bad already defeated earlier in Our tho season, Saturday morning. girls picked up considerably in this game, their goal shooting was better, and their pass work astonished the Utica Misses until they were able to make only 4 points, all on foul goals, during the entire game which made the score 12 to 4, in our favor again. Their last and fatal game") was played Saturday evening, against West Louisville, West Louisville our girls to the tune of 11 to S. Our team, however, did not altogether prove to be the weaker of the two, as It was declared by several of the spectators that our team's pass work and general playing was more skillful and certainly their attitude In the game and the sportsmanlike way in which they took their defeat, more commendable than tho action of the opposing team. The yelling and encouragement of Owensboro in the game, and West Louisville-Hartfor- d especially the Owensboro girls team, whom W. Louisville had also defeated in tho tournament by their gobd luck and not by their skill, for tho Owensboro team by far the W. Louisville team. Owensboro by tho will not soon be forgotten girls, also the hospitality Hartford shown our girls by Owensboro and the Owensboro team will long linger In their minds and the teams feel that they aro friends In all athletics. Our girls have won seven out of eight games this season, and was he only team that went to tho tournament with tho record of a victory over every team which they had played up to tho time of tho tournament, this being the best record yet made for tho old Blue and Gold Several of the encouraging faces which appeared to tho girls on the out-classI. government's interests against failure of the operating company to carry out the contract In good faith for the 100 years it would he effective. Another amendment offered iyas a stated. The petit jury was empaneled Tuesday and dismissed to report Wednesday. Tho first Jury trial was had In tho forenoon of that day: SI Elder vs. E. L. Bennett, which resulted In a .verdict for the defendant. The case of tho Commonwealth vs. Dr. I. L. Denton was on trial late yesterday. Tho latter action brought out a crowd of spectators that filled the courthouse, and an unusually largo number of witnesses, who almost all available space adjacent thereto, they not being permitted to remain In the Court hall. ItOHEItT IIICKEY Mr. Robert Hlckoy, better known to a host of frionds as "Uncle Bob" died at the homo of his daughter, Mrs. Katlu Hays, Lebanon, Ind., last Sunday, at tho ago of 75 years. The cause of death being afflictions duo to his advanced age. Tho body was convoyed to Boll's Ituu, adjacent to Mr. Hlckoy's old homo, and after funeral services conducted by tho Rev. Everett GUI, laid to rest In the cemetery at that place. The deceased man was'well known throughout tho Northern portion of the County, and that part of Daviess County adjoining. lie was a splendid neighbor, a good citizen and as faithful a friend as man ever had. It wns tho writer's pleasure to know him intimately for a period of many years, and wo sincerely extend our sympathy to his sorrowing children, six In number, nnd to other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ulankenshlp, Mr. and Mrs, C. O. Hunter, Miss Mildred Stevenson, Messrs. Howard Ellis, Ross Taylor, Virgil Crowe, Ellis King, Harry Mny and Arnold Likens attended tho Basket Ball game between Hartford and West Louisville girls, played at Owensboro last Saturday night. uaris ....0 from factory to consumer, making It impossible for intermediary agents to handle the products and increase the price to the farmers above the 8 per cent profit charged by tho manufacturing company. These amendments were welcomed by the committee, altho some members expressed regret that Mr. Ford had refused to accept a fifty-yealeaso. "Wants Clear Title. Mr. Mayo was asked if Mr. Ford would further modify his offer, eliminating provisions requiring tho government to give him clear titles to the Warrior steam plant and plant No. 2 and whether Mr. Ford would agree to adjust the legal disputes qver tho rights claimed by the Alabama Power Company and the Air Nitrates Corporation defraying tho litigation expenses as well. Mr. Mayo replied that the legal situation was tho government's business and Mr. Ford would not be willing to pay the costs. Ho also insisted that tho Warrior plant was essential to Mr. Ford's plans for Musclo Shoals development. Mr. Kahn said attorneys for the power company and tho nltrato corporation advised him they would insist that tho government discharge the obligations It had assumed whon contiacts'for tho construction of tho two units were executed with War Department officials and options given tholr clients for exclusive of tho two plants In th-- i event the government ovor deckled to sell them. AVIll Demand Itijthtri. Under their separate warnings that thoy would refuse to submit to the disposition of tho properties to Mr. Ford nnd would battle for their rights from tho lowest to tho highest courts. Mr. Kahn said ho was unable to seo how tho government could enter Into the agreement proposed by Mr. Ford to the extent of delivering tho plants to him for Immediate development or of future oporatlon it the court upheld tho power company in tho nnd the nitrate corporation final decision. Mr, Mayo revealed that It was Mr. Ford's Intention to begin work at rs pur-ihpro guarantee to manufacture "commercial fertilizers" rather than nitrates and "other compounds," while the third proposed to give authority to the company's directing board to regulate delivery of the fertilizers direct ternoon filled with excitement following the murder of Sheriff John T. Roach in the sheriffs' office of tho Graves county courthouse by Deputy Sheriff Sam Galloway. There is unrest in some sections of the town, but mob violence Is not feared as tho general public does not appear to know that Galloway was rushed to Paducah late this afternoon. Galloway declined tonight to discuss tho killing or events leading up to it. Salary Difference Roach was killed because of a quarrel between the two men over salary differences, Galloway was laid off February 1, but had worked since that time. Today ho consulted an attorney regarding his contract for employment, and later conferred with Sheriff Roach in the court room, where the Graves county court convened today. Shortly before noon Galloway walk ed into the sheriff's office and went to a cabinet where the pistols vere kept. Ho removed a 45 calibre automatic and advanced upon Sheriff Roach, stating that he had .not been treated fairly. As he advanced ho fired threo shots into the sheriff's body. Arthur Roach, brother of the' sheriff seized a revolver, but Galloway quickly covered him and demanded that he drop tho weapon. Several men wero in the sheriff's office but the developments wero so quick that Galloway turned and walked out of the office before he was. stopped. He handed the pistol to Deputy Sheriff Grundy Thomas and was taken into the office of County Judge Monroe. Sheriff Roach was one of the most popular men In Graves county. He had served two terms in the legisla-tur- e, and was elected sheriff by a large majority. He served in the army and was promoted to captain while overseas. He was captain of the Mayfield state guards. The funeral and burial services will be held Tuesday afternoon. Galloway also is a former service man, having served with the marines. MASTER BRYCE WESTERFIELD GOES DOWN IN WATERY GRAVE Bryce, the nine year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Veachel Westerfleld, who reside on the farm of Mr. J. P. Taylor, near Rough River Locks, was drowned near his homo Monday morning at about 10 o'clock, when he fell from a "dinky" boat in which he, with a neighbor, Isaac Sykes, nnd a small step son of Sykes, Wayno Sanders, wero taking some hay out of the backwater. Tho hay was stacked rather high on the boat and the two boys were sitting on top, as they were crossing a slough the little Westerfleld boy fell .off and pulled the little Sanders boy with him. M,r. Sykes could not swim, and as ho was deaf and dumb he could not call for help. He throw an oar to the boys, but Bryco was so far away that it Was impossible to reach him. The Sanders boy held to the oar and was taken safely to shore but Bryco's life was lost. As soon as tho sad news was broken to the parents, neighbors wero called and an soarch for tho body began, but was not discovered until lato In n B to u In addlt " . A l.tt. nnna ...... f ,,,,,. survived by ono brother, Mnsti..-Mart- : , . i o PHUHHHJ IJWUItBIJUlU UUUIl l.t Ewan, and ono small sister F.urova. woro: Misses Mildred Stevenson, MaFunoral services wore conducted by Marks,1 Mr. and Mrs. W. C. ry Rev. Lashbrooks, at Bells Run BapMr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter, Church, Tuesday afternoon at' May, Harvo Sheffield, tist Messrs. Harry 2:30 o'clock, after which the remains Virgil Crowe, Ellis Ross Taylor, wore doposlted In the burying King, and Arnold Likens. Thepres-- i frpmiTifla nnr.hv W in1n Mia ninni ' once of the boys who "waded" ovon" friends of the bereaved family game was especially appre other to the in extending our most heartfelt symciated by the girls. pathy. Mr. and Mrs. Westerflold fcrmorly lived in this city. HEROINE I ' i.u... .,. Blan-kenshl- FOUR-YEAR.OL- D " four, saved tho lives of two children when her parents' homo at Babcock, Va., was destroyed by fire. The tot brother to safeled her ty and then dragged out her baby sister on u pillow. Tho parents were away at the time. ld Little Trythoner Robertson, aged CARD OF THANKS Wo vish to tnunk our many frionds fo rtlio kind assistance shown us during the Illness and death of our dear husband and father. May God's richest blessings be with each one of them Is tho prayer of Mrs. E. E. TINSLEY and CHILDREN.- - -- -, pay for vrork not done. Neither coat and production will demand f A 11f n Tr"ir. JL.AW KUUINUS JiWMBBBKK.fcilll.tWI 0BtBBCnjStMKBBWMm3!AS2MMI i533jntltyM67',aiHCU.HHasa It domain! the oiuplojrmunt of creased activity of the textile Indus-fir- e ' vM, try. The depreaalon can not HIT YEAST MAKERS mn where throo can do the All such ruloa dorango the tinuo Indefinitely. Our great need Uc, Simon I). K"w Opposed To Pres- law of production and thus lncrcnso now Is the wisdom to connect Washington, March 3. Ordora reeffect ent Participation of U. S. the con to the public of which labor back to cause, avoid quack legislation voking the industrial alcohol permits tit Genoa Conference. constitutes a groat body. Labor and bo willing to nMlst tho work of of the Flelachmann Compnny, Inc., upon leadership has entered upon, a policy readjustment fundamental of New York, nnd Its eln'cn branch WctiinRtnn, March, 4. America of maintaining tho high level of cost principles. Theso facts should dis- agencies, wore lasuod tonight by ProSubscribe For Your Home Paper till not participate In the Genoa con- ss an advantage to labor. It argued pel unnecoasary pessimism and op.n hibition Commissioner Haynes. ference or any European economic If n man can (jet for two day's work tho wny for team work In avoiding At the same tlmo prohibition offiTHE , until Htlrope sots It $11 he would be foolish to work three the rocks upon which Kuropo is cials In tlio cltlos whoro agencies of In order. In the declaration of days for $15. Hut the real question breaking." luae the company are located w.ro ordered -.RtprMentnt! e Simon D. Few, of hero la not so much how much wero to seize supplies of Industrial alcohol A pain In tho sido or back Oklo, clmlrninn of tlio National wo paid as how much will our work that In the plants. Besides Now York, tho Congressional Committee. buy of our necessities. The farmer cnlones vou w'cn you strnlghten up company has branches nt Peoksklll, In a review of the country's financial says If I can got ng much for ten 'calls for .a rubbing appllcatloa of N. V.; Brooklyn, N. Y.; Scranton, Pa. aKMUnti, bo says: It relaxes Philadelphia, Jersey City Cincinnati, acre's of corn why should I plant Ballard's Snow Liniment. -- ANDThe frightful dislocation of the twenty acres. The railroad manage- ' the contracted muscles and permits Bridgeport,, Conn.; Cambridge-- Mass., ordinary bodily motion without suf- and Langdon, D. C. "world's business will take time for ment says If we can secure as much" ' 2dntruH!it. Price 30c, Tlio modern business for a half train load, why a wliolo fering or Inconvenience. Whether the revocation of tho InKihrtn is so Intlnintcly articulated that load. Tlio viciotisnws here is wo COc and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by dustrial alcohol permits of tho Flels- County Drug Co. m chmnnn Company would Interfere interruption In ona part of tlio world keep up tho co3t by reducing produc-!ol- ll U felt la nlmo.U nil other pirts. This Mon. While labor gets more money with the manufacture of yeast, pro Is the European dislocation Is so for his day's work he gets les3 goods ALLEGED hibition officials tonight were unKentucky's Greatest Newspaper. COP PIUKST IS TAKKKI) aotflly fait here at home. So 'long as for his ne(1s. Our duty Is not to Inable to say. It was thought, howItarope refuses to balance her bud-za- l. crease production but Increase conever, that alcohol manufactured Amarillo, Texas, March G. J. G. but continues to Increase her sumption. along with yeast could be allowed to Keller, Catholic priest nt Slaton, deficits, abandoning all laws of econ"Tho President, fully awaro of the evaporate Instead of being convened omic readjustment, so long will we certainty of tho economfe force, with who was seized by masked men nt as heretofore. Joel it more or less hero in our loss Its enevltablc suffering, has urged 'the thai town Saturday night and beat Revocation of tho company perof International trade. The disposal better method of bringing together en, tarred and feathered, authoriz- mit was regarded by Commissioner rt our surplus largely governs our the leaders of employers and employ ed the statement here today that the Haynes as "one of the things jrica current at home. This at once ees with representatives of 'tho larger Incident was the climax of sentiment dono by the prohibition bureau " accusations The actl m was raises the question of what wo can factor, the public, in the hope that by due to A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comtaken on tho recomia for Europe. mutual agreement for a mutual un against him during the World war. mendation of S.F. Hutt.T, former plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. The masked hand Is reported to "Our agreement to attend the pro- derstanding with duo regard to all, a associate federal prolilbPIou director State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenhave comprised both Catholics and moted economic conference must de- fair level of cost be agreed upon. before whom hearfor Pnnj-ylvanla- , tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news pend upon Europe's good faith to set This would avoid the drasil" and un-- 1 protestants of Slaton. A mass meet- ings wero held In Philadelphia upon 3tir own house in order by taking economic methods of lockout and Ing held at Slaton yesterday adopted charges of misuse of their lndustrla.1 of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Mar.step to reduce her useless standing strike which involve great (utlorlns! rMO,utlon8 llecIarIS the attack an alcohol permits by the Flelsrhmnnn ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaarmies which in every country out-- , of all, including the innocent public, lno pn91 wns n01 lrecte " agencies. ble authorities on these special subjects. .?Me of the central powers are larger He has said. 'Never was such an op- noiic cnurcn as an institution, uut Grounds for the revocation of the Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with tkan before the war. Little countries portunlty afforded for a reil service.' ' V Ule pnesi a3 an lm,muual- permits were given by Mr. Havnes m --- like Greece maintain an army twice His unemployment conferences have a daily newspaper that interests every member of follows: the size of our own country. We been in session. Bccoinuu'iidatiaiu ' alcohol the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you "Diversion of auty bo able to help If Europe opens have been made. Machinery ha-of FOR FLETCHER'S for beverage purposes; dtspo-wwant in addition to your local paper. the way. been sot up. If it docs not result alcohol on forg-- l por- ' y. "The one unfailing solution of in a better method of adjustment, our If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to mlts and without permits to purchas JCorope's condition Is the same as lu civilization is not a great success. It your remittance. kent and maintained false rrcords TEACIIEltS MIST XOT SMOKE alt the other continents, viz., work is left for rospouslblo parties, both' and nt times lto records wha'ver i.f Order your subscription through save. No other remedy will be of capital and labor, to see whether and receipts and. disposition of NeThe board of education of the Mccesaful. liar urgoncy for more they are willing to do what public in- - braska transalcohol; failed to file state nori"p schools will not THE REPUBLICAN, Joans can not be heeded so long as tere.--t demands. cript the collector of rnit loaves of absque for its teach- Intcr'-a- lo! records with otherwise acted ill pleads inability to pay Interest on Hartford, Ky. revenue and "The government has attemptod ers to t;kt courses at Columbia, loams already made. Her debased to taith with respoct to Chicago or Northwestern universities in utmost capital for investment. It E&Zn&Z3X3?m3S2KQ2a22! icraarassasap . credits can never bo restored so long 'nowfree remains to se? whether leader because cigarette smoking is said to conforming with the national prohishe pleads for cancellation of her ship in production it low-h- ? common among women In thoe bition acts and the regulations of rar; js capable of S(IK 1'ltArriCAI. POl.VTKICS obligations to this nation, thereby nt all?" I asked cautiouxly. ryinq on business under Its several ering the cost level without resort to institutions " 'Well, Admiral, ' the chick- n dealrepudiating the most solemn interna--permits.' ' economic command. Just a word on y Several thicknesses of newspaper er confessed, "one fault she has, and tional duties. Her demoralized U'hy CoTd-- , Are Dangerous. they had no InOfficials declared what has been done. The tax revi can never bo brought back to formation as to the amount of in- between the nmttres and priniff of there ain't no ue rieiiyin' it gho sion bill, just passed, reduced the; a bed make the bed decidedly warm- will lay eKR on the Sabbath. " Tho fes or anywhere approaching It so taxes JSIS.000,000. The expenses' You are often told to "beware of dustrial alcohol now on hand in the ork as she continues to attempt to of the Government have been stea-- n cold,"'biit why? We will tell you: FleUchniaun agencies which have er. In emergencies newspapers plac- Gentlewoman. l reate wealth by running the govern-sien- t dlly decreasing coId weakens the lungs, low-- . been ordered seized, but it was be- ed between the covers over a s'ecp-e- r as the figures are equivalent to a good woolen printing presses. Her broken viously given WOMAN'S DVKO CAT IHKI). lieved the quantity was con3ldarablo ule "' ana pties me indicate. The three iu,s comfortor for retaining warmth. fortnees can only bo rebuilt by the serious bills already present- - ftr'.he If painted woodwork has been marKt unfailing rule of every man and Margaret Owen, a singer of New Surgeons agree that In cases ol ed to the House this season make a who contract Pneumonia first tak? val-i- e at work, to capitalize the coI(1, T&e loneT a coI1 hangs on, cuts, burns, bruises and wounds, the red by marks of matches rub the dis- York, dyed n pet cat to harmonize further reduction of ?4S, 000,000. coloration with a piece of lemon. with hqr house draperies. Poor pusof labor rather than to practlco Since 1919 we have reduced the pub- -' tIle Breater the diiiigc- especially from first treatment is most important.ilie averslon'to 'work and save.' diseases, as a cold prepares When an efficient antiseptic is rp- Then go over It with a damp cloth sy licked herself and also died. The ,1 'the germ iin fnnio,i ioiit it,r,t ii nnn nnn is both danger of springied with whiting and rinse with woman was charged with cruelty to "Our domestic problem further reduced the floating debt byitlle s'stem for the reception and de- - P"ed promptly, there Is no govgovernmental and economic. The " f,"" '" clear cold water, Finally wipe dry animals but was released on her ot tne germs of consump- "" "" nearly $700, 000,000. This is a sug- ve'fPment ernment's duty is to reduce promise never to do It again. the gestion ot the practical operation -' "" "'Phtheria, scarlet fever and heal at once. For use on man or with a soft Jlotli. of frightful cost of government induced Soak mildewed articles In a whooping cough. The quicker you beast, Borozone is the ideal antiseptho budget system recently inaugu- -' ly" the convulsions of war. We have of four tablesponfuls dry roM'Miirs a .iew? get ria ot your coia, tne less the dan- tic and healing agent. Buy it now rated. jhown progress in this program. We of lime- in a half pint of water. emergency. "Some of the enormous Items ot ger of contracting one of these di- and bo ready for an by After 1C minutes squeezo out and hu (Mgr. d? Soto declared nt M.irirM reduced the cost which In 1919 was cost can not be cut, such as Interest seases. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Price SOc, 60c, and" $1.20. Sold 19 billion dollars; 1920, 7V billion; m merso in a solution ot one? part mu- -' that Columbus was really a Spanish has a great reputation as a cure for Ohio Coanty Drug Co. on liberty bonds' and disabled sol3921 C billion and the present year riatic acid to lour parts water. For Jew who passed himself off as Gen-lacdiers' care. We can and will con colds and can be depended upon. It 3& t billion with the promise of but and other delicate fabrics tho ooso to avoid an adverse psychology Is pleasant to take. m T15IES TO KILIj SELF TWH'H tinue to cut on (1) railroad contri ' trillion next 'year. IX OXE HOl'U, KA1US lime chloride solution should be more In tho court of Ferdinand and butions, (2) Shipping Board expendi' say three tablespoonfuls of hollo. Nows.) "The nest step is to avoid all un ture, (3) further dismantling "HEAItS" 15V FIXGEK TIPS of the the powder to a half pint of water. We seo It, now wo have the clow. necessary outlay for whatever pur- war LoulsTitle, Mar. 7, Twice vlthln machine and (4) Army and Nan And grasp his strategy. In toto;' Helen Keller, pose. This means that much good vy. deaf and an hour last night, Thomas Ne.il, 60, After removing the articles from tho1 : lecturer-autho- r, recently con- a steamboat engineer, tried to stran- acid solution they should be rinsed Columbus was a Spanish Jew legislation must wait. The rigid "Tho latter prospect is good as is blind As says Monslgnor Bey de Soto, versed with Wllette Hugglns, Wis- gle himself to death In a cell at the thoroughly and alloweil to dry In the of the budget system in- seen in the wonderful work of the "super-girl.- " To whom all reverence Is due; jures wise economy and an end for all Arms Conference, an outstanding consin's blind-deMiss New Albany jail, where ho is held sun- Stir hair an ounce ot powdered Wo have no better guido to go to, by resting her fin- prisoner. His determination to die time of all porkbarrol legislation. achievement eclipsed only by the in- Keller "heard" "We must just as rapidly as pos- auguration of the federal govern- gers on the other's lips while the lat is believed to have been caused: by his pumlc stone Into halt a pint of. par- - We see It now In light nil new Our prejudice It Is a blow to; ter placed her finger-tip- s on3Hss Kel- - repeated failure tu find employment. affln oil. Use the mfxturu on a soft sible' do away with war time taxation ment and tho preservation of the ljr's chest. Careful study of up Industries, and substi- union in Yesterday he camti to Louisville chith for scouring bathtubs, sinks, A thought so manifestly true hich dries n enThat even Ford would not say 'no' and Ho labatories etc. Finally wash with tutes a peace time system simplified in a last effort .to get worl. "Based on the present situation abled the two to chat. to; an- - enterprising citizen can failed. When ho returned to New warm water and soap. 30 'that what are the prospects of tho future? Celluloid articles can usually be Columns was a Spanish Jew 4 Albany he was intoxicated aud police 3?ly. conduct a legitimate business Wo have present all the basic elewhltemid by rubWng with a woolen As claims .Monslgnor Ilev iln Sntn Has Had Stomach Trouble For Sov-o- n there arrested lura. without running the risk ongoing to ments of a great prosperity. Our Wars. Brooyklyn Eagle. About 8 o'clock last nlgllt he un- cloth and a little trlpoll, or rotten-- j all. Efforts should bo put forth to agricultural ability, first class, Theodore Sanford ot Fenmore, loose aed his necktie, fastened one stone, afterward polishing with a produce a better feeling toward the awaiting only better marketing facilrag. If coloring does mau who succeeds, so that success Is ities and easier credits. Our trans- Mich., has had stomach trouble for end of it to a projection near the top clean woolen seven years and could not eat vegetaho knotted not disappear, spots are permanent. of his cell and the other Jint the subject of suspicion. All portation facilities, badly crippled by Old. casks and barrels can bo handicap, which drive capi- the war, aro gradually resuming ef- bles or fruit without pain in the tightly about Ills throat. Then ho stomach and restless nights. By tak- swung himself free from the cot. At- cleaned out by putting a fow pounds tal out of industry Into ficient service. Bates aro too high ing Chamberlain's Tablets ho is now-abl- tracted by a nutse, Otto Welch, police- of unslaked Hmo In the barrol, addchannels should be removed just but will bo lowered In tho process of to eat vegetables or fruit with man, ran to the cell. With the aid ing water and covorlng. In a short Our manufacturla i soon us possible so thntlnoney will readjustment. mo-- ? water and roll tho raulily Invest in the employment of aj,inty Is well oreanized awaiting the out causing pain or sleeplessness. If of Police Serseant William Helm, he time add was cut down. The man soon regain- barrel about. I..iue out wljh clean ue readjustment by a lowering cost level troubled with Indigestion or constilalior. Our slogan now should pation give these tablets a trial. They ed consciousness. As soon as the po water. Tceep the homestacks burning so as to insure a market. Our fis. aro certain to prove beneficial. $ m lice again left him alone In the cell ' $J Every effort should be put forth by cal system is first class. Our mana. For hoarseness, inflamed lungs or lie tied one end of a blanket about fco'.tt labor and capital to reduce tho gerial ability In business organiza HKh OF 13 A rKKACHKK bis cot and tho other about Ills neck Irritating coughs, Ballard's Euro- Ifgh cost level of production. If at tion and our skilled labor aro of tho hound Syrup is a healing balm. It and dropped to tho floor. possible, atop. should be taken by highest type all These basic conditions The Nortkeaetern Oklahoma conWhile making his rounds a few doos Hi work quickly and thorough kotli leaders, employer and employee. (lll resent could not prevent tho inference of the Methodist Episcopal minutes, later Sergeant Helm sawi ly. Price 30c, COo and $1.20 per to agree to a program of Increased , .vitable depression in tho war church has Issued n license to preach the prlfconor halt laying on the floor. bottle. Sold by Ohio Couuty Drug and decreased co3t, the law ,m,ti,. n, ,..,., lno 11HJO ......... . w Ills head wns suspended a fow Inchos Company. . .11 B5HUIUC ni.!,!.,!.. if It u nnt ....... ..... i.... " -- -jjUi um uuiiuiu inits curuiiuiy noon ,,,.,. "' n,;, t.,ut,.v si. She Is In th? sovontft above the floor by the blanket nnd ' .uiiwm, vjiiiu. ie ion by agreement, It will be done by reached A bettor spirit exists grado at school and began preaching he was noar strangulation. Keal has ASKS WO.MEX TO a AllliMin tl.. I operation of tin force of economic tweon labor and capital as Is evidonc-Ih- In i "'" ""inoie ntoiessioncl nun the mining district near her home. been out of employment for a year HACK THL'ATIES , ot.'7i tins country n)0 nc!iic.-- cv at; Th latter ia sure but slow and i,y a wllllngneaa to aareo upon a, hos-plEUCCCIS nloilK Etnctlv Wr,,,, .t,. V. v:rr hurtful. Where thore is but low.r cost level rather than to await MUST TAKE WIFE TO MOVIKS nnd his wife has been In tho city was Dr. IS. y. ilm,.. Vvot,., , Some 2,000,000 mouthers of tho for the &amo length of tlmo. due Job 'and two or throo men ready uie operation of economic law is re-- " attention the ipednltv of women s women's clubs nro urged to torco of economic law assuring. .Money Is onsler and rondy mi take it. the uiseates, ho bccnino ii iccognlsed A domoatlc quarrol landed Joseph promote senate ratification of dls- -' mi horny lu that HrtU Industry. Tho di- No wick In a Chicago police court. "If oice the wage to Its lownst for productive line. armamont conferonco troatlos, hi an years nE6 this noted ',"v;ef FOR FLETCHER'S stant. Capitul should guard against cutint rato is gradually reaching an you don't take your wife to the mve to tho world n appeal mailo by Mrs. T. G. Winter,' totting advantage of this situation to easy lovol. Liberty bonds as wall as moving ovorv Saturday nicht nml In which has no vor boon president of the Federation ot Wo- -' wages, for the tendency .substantial Industrials aro steadily church every Sunday I'll fine vou 6attr.dowuI ... .q.U,Uoilnfr weaknesses ol m ' ... . 1 .. .. mon's Clubs. Dr. P.crco, of Buffalo, X. Y., J omen. it iu uiunu i. ii 1 n is to gu ion iu . It Ill i....ln suuvi- - mcruas'iig 10 normal values, item- $2r.O," bald Judge Haas. It didn't DlllVK fou wo.mex vm'Kiis "co foimd out what ia iiatu' ing, lu the midst of plenty, which will vestiiionta point In the same direction, tako Is'owick long to make up, his r.in f A I'OKOIVAULK FAULT beat fur v.omou's diseases. IIu jjrodnco outbreaks Basic Industries, like steel, oil und mind ho 'and his wife are now movin.',1,!1."0',1 !t al1 thP tenting thou-l- u Women Vo urged to neglect their Tho result of hii caat'9' aal feed tho radical sentiment too rubber, aro Increasing In activity. ia ie fans. homes, husbands nnd children, if An ndmlral said at a recent dina "'iciiio cnlled Doctor In many iiuurtars already, oinploymont is much better than It iinl. f necessary, to answer nn oppoal of ner: "Thero aro too many peoplo in Prescription. This Tho IJi'ht Iuativc. 't'alio want to warn labor t - was feared It would bo at this sea-- a the N. Y. League of Women Voters our country who can't boar tho truth. ?, I0 ,3 ,,,uil. of vegetable growths a restrict- son or the yoar. Production Is rea-e- d leadorahlp that r. for C0.000 now members. Wo must pretend to theso people that nnfm tor back-fn- r ?,lrc,r ''"t'"1' ,'L'lw,uc1'". "fakening pains, and "My sedentary habits have necesproduction lu the Interest of keep-- 1 Uy so soon as lowor cogt of construc-Jiieverything American is porfect. If i i,,,,:!!,y common to Take Herblno for Indigestion. l tho high cosj levol, by lucreus-- ( tfuii work can tako the product. The sitated the use of an occasional laxaIt wo criticize, it must bo criticism ns wnn ,d." 1" Td,of tit0' Women who ed cost and decreased efficiency, a ro- - demands for railroad construction tive. I have tried many but found rolloves the pain In a few minutes mild as the chicken dealer's. ?ii' i..B,ni,.l,Btf rc",L',1 k'o' tlmt , voml of the law- - of progress. La-- and. home building nro growing aud nothing better than Chamberlain's niul forces tho fermented matter ' 'Do you guuranteo this hen?' I h, day's work will compel an Increase of needs of Tablets" writes George F. Daniels, which causes tho misery Into tho once asked &S,.R6,.,,VB " ?af0 wmwh' tonlo Sor must see that n full a chicken dealer. do- - constructive iiM.,ttd.n,SBfct ewn-ivhcrft sell Industry. The steady Hurdwlck, Vt. Mr. Daniels Is pro bowels where It Is expelled. Price Is Kiven where a full duy's pay is i " 'You hot I do, Admiral,' said tho Labor must bo well paid absorption of tho surplus goods left prietor of the tlardwlck Inn, one of 00c, Sold by Ohio County Drug man. judhded. Invalids llotf. n,.1M,,t? DS' ' " 'Has she got uo fuults no faults Writ m jar what It does but can not demand over from tho high levels of both the model hotels of Now England, m Company. i""1'10' N.'Y." for "M lb'' for uieaical advlco. 'E UNPREPARED ECONOMIC HELP Uil .... f con-wor- k. $5.. 7 5 Pays For Both i The Hartford Republican Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald blt-'gi- I ! i j i Children Cry OA3T O R . i d - cur-Mse- pre-!Evc- ry df-MV- e ""' - es Isa-dllu- well-know- af -- 18G1-18C- 5. sound-vibratio- e WaP' after-ffleiea- cy . , i "' be-tt- I A Successful Man ..il j j j Children Cry a ...i... CASTORIA "y tlo. --- nt j f,SB K j "ra 1 liQ'a J A Now York grand Jury is Investigating wholesale charges of fraud in London, March 3. Tho revoluIMI'OHT EGGS KHOM CHINA connection with recent failures of 25 tionary el metit nt Klumo hns occuInvestors, Wnll street brokers. pied the town nnd established a govIn two weeks time nearly 300,000 mctly of smoll mean", !iit about ernment, nccordliiK to n Central Nowb dozen eggs were received hero from 100,000,000. They claim th y wsro dispatch from Komc. President Chlnn and sold to cheaper class re- fleeced in bucket-shoopc.utlons. Znnr-lland his family ore reported tail stores and bakeries. After five to have fled to lluccari, six miles weeks on tho way they were received GEAR HY8TEM KOlt AlUSIIIPS from Flume. in fairly good condition, though their contents were somewhat shrunken. Tho first dirigible In this country Home, March 3. Fasclstl, headed They ore smnller than tho domestic to fcaturo a gear transmission sysby Deputy Glunta, today attacked the variety. tem was successfully tried out at Akgovernment Palace In Flume. They ron, Ohio. It is ono of a fleet of tiii: MAititiAdi: pkohm:.u fired twenty ennnon shots Into tho five being built for tho army and nabuilding, whereupon thoso bcselgtd vy. In the test flight a speed of C5 Edith Why didn't you marry miles an hour1 wns attained. lrt the Palace hoisted the flag of surrender. They offered to give them- him? Everybody says he hns reform CONSTITUTION STUDY UltGKD selves into the hands of the Italian ed. Marie Yes, but he reformed too authorities, but Glunta dicllned the Lenguo Security The National offer and gave them three minutes In late. Ills money wns all gone. New hopes to havo every state requlro which to surrender unconditionally. York Globe. school study courses in tho U. S. conPresident Zanclll was then obliged "Henry" exclaimed his wife, "I stitution. Illinois, Iowa, Michigan, to yield. hater Kanolll Issued the following see In the paper that Lum Bago has and Vermont, tho league points out, already have such legislation. Just got married I" declaration: "Just got married?" gasped poor events, today's "As u result of "Well," reported the now saleswhich have compelled line to surren- Henry, making rsady for a swift exit. man swinging Jauntily Into the homo revolutionary forces, I "Ain't tint enough?" der to the office, "got two orders from Hard- have transferred by forces to the Wifoy You never take anybody's nut & Co. today." of DeNational Clltzens' Committee "Fine, fine!" exclaimed the sales fense, which stirred up this move- advice. Hubby If I had you would havo manager enthusiastically. ment." I "Yup. Ono to get out and the Former loglonalros from Flume, been an old mnld. other to stay out." Palnzzoll, have teleled by Captain Nervous Bridegroom (at hotel) graphed Gabrllle IVAnnunzIo to come ClIILDKEN YET BOUND OUT participate in n Eh ah! I'd like a room with a wife, to Home Sunday to will for myself nnd bath! Tho procession processoln. Maryland hns laws to prevent par m.irch to tho tomb of Italy's unknown "But, Fred, we could very well ents from hiring out children and of tli (i nnnuxtlon .n.- - ...I..- -, marry on your present salary. Why, ' laws to make children go to school Klumo to Italy is to bo proclai my clothing doesn't cost more than hut :i 17S9 statuto permitting little FlorerT lUly.Ma.h P.- .-A thou-- ! that," declared his sweetheart tr.um-onn- .i ones to be Indentured to strangers Under this still stands unchanged. in .1 demonstration phantly. Fnscbrti "Ilut there are a few other things, antiquated act about 300 children are the members today on behalf of Flume, stoned the darlinK." he meekly reminded her. bound out. f their cunllate. smashed the win- - "Kor Instance, we'd have to cat.' " STANDS UOOTI.EG "Oh. Frml! Are you jnst like other So s and demolished the coat of, men. always thinking of your stem- meanwhile shout- -' nr, s over the door, Boston authorities "uncovered evi......... uuyui ..." niuiiv, lng viva T.i........ vivn itnivi dence showing that illicit liquor was the mob. Kuards finally dispersed LACU. sold at many city fruit stands. Age Laco, Ifl t io to look its loveliest, and sexWas not discriminated against TOllUM roHM student Pressing h... tho tuff was of such vile quality should not be starched. In! while ills damp makes it about that ,nnny imbibers requlreil hospital exhibited AS a resllii of interest io needed a .mail treatment conference by 'stu- - right If s.ffcn.ng "- - """ ....i!.. n national ?emB. "" so that the necessary. nua uT.-- i lorum and 300.000 students It I 300 colleges First Poet Do you take any inter- keep up wim represents For Infants and Children "charles Den- - est In free verse? the only kind I In Use For Over 'neph w of the , Second Poet-- No; Years ny Jr. Tf 1 miction. in have any enthusiasm for is the kind Always bears Secretary of Navy, is prominent I en sell. . the new organization. Slgnawreof "When a woman Is In love she acts IIKKi: ALIENS SMUGGLED lik'j a fool." I'ATHKi: OF 17 AT 70. "Maybe, but when a man is in is a con- It is reported that Cuba It isn't altogether actln,"Le- aliens who r center John Dysenbprry, 70 years old, Sre to e smuggled into this coun- - glon Weekly. of Stnr City, W. Va., recently celesystem is said try. A irunes When do you actors brated the birth of his 17th child. Gulf He is a carpenter and works eight to secretly land them on our eacn. at the theater draw y ir , an actor at the hours a day. The mother; his sec, aH) , coast' nt a charge of , D to -0 Thousands are theater, madam. V prompter there. ond wife, is over 50. BinucEled thru and It Is said there you'll have to Mrs. HOOVUIt BIG JOB nre 75,000 Colestlnls and 100,000 be prompter here, too, or find anothwaiting to other allons In Cuba still house. Kansas" City er boarding Secretary of Commerce Hoover has be spirited here. Journal. been invited to become director of 0 expoLADIES MUST NOT HF.AD Dugald M'Tavish, the the proposed athlete and sportsman In tho village, sition to be held at Philadelphia In events In. tho 192G"nt a salary of $150,000 a year puoti jau uo puuift o) pU oa n entered his name for all ' p.ou recent local Highland gamos. Tho for five years. ouh o. 1 'Mouotuoa 3- -fr mood sim first race scheduled was the half-mil- e, :pB8.t .pnaai bu eii 5lDtl MILL WOIIKKIW DIVIDEND ad of eight runners Dugald ..,. . m jafli.w 1I.A ao.S! finished eighth. aiuaa "Dugald, Duald." said a fellow- The Dan Biver Mills at Dam Hie, siaS SU8 JI Scout. ."why do you not run fastor?" Va., receutly paid a dividend of 11 jo pujst iswai oin uoiiB no.i jnn nun faster!" he said scornfully. per cent to its omployoes, tho highAoiisiuoi )io i pU u.oiisiaq concern's history. To date eu auiinauios a.u "au- me rworvin' maiol for tho bag- - est in Svoun oj tou juano it has distributed nearly ti000,000 n seuJOA auiuiA Lampoon. pipe competition uuuiom Harvard In this manu.r. o-- -it w;i a dark niKht. aud the own- $ One person was killed every 35 er of th chicken coop, gun In hand. PIN IN LUNG KKMOVKD. during inveatieatinK certain suaplcloua mluutes In auto accidents j ae u hajl heard. "W ho a in 1921. The National Safety Council A pin In the left lung of wfn- - estimate,' the total number of deaths old Louise Hotfenstoln of Wichita, there?" he called at the open jeuereun d0W at from that cause to be 15,000. Kans.. was removed o-Brastus, Inside, replied softly and hospital, Philadelphia. A tube was ANOTHKK Vlll'M BOV1NK girl's mouth to reaasurlngly: "Ain't nobody lieah Inserted through the d her lung and a pair of forceps lowor-o- ceptiug us chlokcna.." Princesai Aggie Porljndot do Kll, No aneathetic f .to grasp the pin. "I muat have lost it," ho expluluad. a Holsteln cow owned by Dr. II. P. used. . was after making u thorough hearoh of his Fischer of Shakopee, Minn., in ono year gave 31,600 pounds of milk and HATS KILL C5IA'KS liuckots. "But you couldn't havo lost your 105 2 pouids of butter-fa- t. tlckot," protested tho ticket taker. Four calves owned by It. C. someJEWISH ItHLIKK CAMPAIGN of Stanfleld. Ore., wore kill- "It must bo. In your pockets rodents, where." .1 ed by wharf rats. The Jews in this country and In Eu"You don't know me," was the re- working In bands, chasod tho anirope aro trying to raise $14,000,000 nnd ply, "I lost n bass drum once. mals to a point of exhaustion to aid starving and destitute victims then gnawed at their hoofs until Boston Post. These includo 400,-00- 0 In tho Ukraine they bled to death. James, I have not seen Hebrew and other Minister children of you at church for some months. Does faiths. The quota is being secured A GOOD TUUN by tag-daand contributions sonot the voice of duty call to you? Tho Inner sldo of every cloud James May bo it do, sir; but licited in other ways. shining; Is' bright and slnco I had the influenzy last winter And so I turn my clouds about "How did you get on with spelling? them inside out I've been ub deaf as a post. And always wear Harry's mother asked him after his . To show tho lining. "Son, wJiat did you learn In school first day at school. "You look so c . j today?" pleased that I'm sure you did well." WASHING PHKFKIt HI8 "I learned that the arithmetic "No. I couldn't spell much of anywash, dishes problems you worked for ino last thing," admitted Harry, "and I "Wo would rathor woro wrong." Farn Life. couldn't remember the arithmetic than arguo over a paving contract," night very well, nor the geography." Maudo Arnold and explained Mrs. G1HLS OPUKATING The mother showed her disappointMrs. Holen Ludko in resigning from 1IOTKL FOIl CHA1UTY ment, but Harry had cousolatlou in Oaks, Mich. thj city council at Three .. . ..... Von. .,,.. Vni-l- .1 olintrint pr forono uav I, ...... mars no mauer, mouiur, .. t. -- T -... i. iiu Mm AMUWOANS LIVING 1X1NGB1I. operated tho Baltimore hotel to ralso.,,,. tho boys admIre mQ. tliey say ,, cam-.t th b,KKest fleet ln tno cjass. According to figures of the 1920 funds for an Chicago News. women of today aro palgn. They served as waitresses census, men and and presided over cigar living longer than Jtliey did In,tho und clerks, "Is pants singular or plural?" . 42G7 contenarlans counters, newsstands and tea tables, past-In 1920. they wouldn.'t operate elevators wears 'om It's plural." "If woro enumerated, an Increase of 712 but "Well, if ho doesn't?" this number 270oLr work In tho kitchen. Newspapers It, 10 vnnra. Of sold for a dollar nploce aud dinner "It's singular." National RepubIn eacn oi wio wero women. ' S. lican. wero gains tips ranged as high ago classes thcro FIUME SEIZED BY REVOLUTIONITS of many thousands over the preceding census figure, and In each class the women outnumbered themen. hiitwam,hti:kktkaim'ihm j CAN'T LAUGH Investigation Woman's AT SMALL BOY . Shows That Modem Pockets Contain Won. derful Variety of Objects. biUA. 1 r.nKWV '7r".l-g...v jixjJmrtu 3V SSiiVttJf r -. IMHHHMMHKE, fk. r K?" p nre certain similarities. The small boy cnrrled uunlly n supply of fishing tackle, some string nnd n book dr two nnd often n dead angle- number of thlnjrs which n stnnll bo curried In his pocket was onte n subject exciting comment.' Tedny n girl of nriy nge usunlly exceeds the qimtn of the most ncqulsltlve of small boys. The articles which fill the feminine hnndbng or emclope purse nre of course vnstly different and yet there Tin- - &, Net ConUnts 15Flutd Draolrot' 111 .. nnoi ;fuftM i.ii va An, A-- U- - WBW For i u 1 n( Q V&WWL bn A " Infanta rrifl Children tmm I Mothers Know TL: Genuine Castorlo Always Bears the Signature A of wk W AtCOIIOL-- 3 TER CENT. worm. The woman's fishing tackle Is different her bug holds powder, rouge, mirror, n comb nnd sometimes nn addi tional pair of eyelashes to stick on when she wnnts to dazzle. The siniill boy cnrrled mills. The woman enrries n null file. The sninll boy cnrrled two coins with holes ln them nnd n Canadian penny. The woman cnrrles enrfnre usually nnd her husband's telephone number nnd ofllce address. The sninll boy cnrrled n bunch of Jokes cut from the papers. The womnn cnrrles nt least a couple of 'love letters. The small boy cnrrled a secret missive In which the nnnounccment of h neighborhood cock flfiht wns mysteriously indicated In rubbed red chnlk. The womnn cnrrles n bargain sale AVcielablcrTcparalicnforAs simiinumjuiciuuu"; "v7 lin!JlhcStomadsandDwjjsiL KrcbyPromoUnSDKcston UlGCnU mess mm ncilhcOpJm,Mopllulcnor lincral. Not Narcotic iw"r-- - M )r jBrisdDtSiXMnrcaa '.& Sennit JlKhUtSitlt JUttstStr li'orm m$ . ;? CltmrmtSitjM' hpiftmrfu hnr '. SrJ l 'rcsu11in6lhcreftomJ!!llfan Con2ry fr m MirrP lac Simile Sinatore,01 IiCnJTAOTGop.car. .f..cil.vrnr iF la Use For Over announcement. In addition the womnn cnrrles three poMnge stamps shriveled up nnd damaged, ono broken glove clnsp, one milk bottle return check, four memorandum slips, four house keys, two Families and several varieties of pins. The email boy cnrrled n pnqk of cigarettes. So does the womnn. Exchange. BRINGING SANTA UP TO DATE Modern Child Considered Him Much T09 Old to Be Riding Around in an Airplane. NEwjxyiu L iJ Thirty Year?; ,.mm. NtwroeiTY Enut Copy of "Wrapper. -- 52EU ' ." J -- ' IM ,'"'", .i,i biuu','i'"j '""; CASTOR j0 30 A k (&axZ6gfol rin Story hour In the Prospect branch library Is. an important occasion for the many youngsters of the neighborhood. As it was Christinas week, the usunl yuletide stories were being told to the eagnr group. Santa, ns is the custom, was described to whirl through the sky nnd even past the handle of the dipper with his sleigh and reindeers., One little precocious miss doubted his mentis of travel very much and didn't hesltnte to criticize. "Snntn ues nn airplane now," was the more modern version. St. Nick seems to betaken for granted, but a querulous youngster asked: "How old is Santa'i He brought my mother toys and tiling' when she wns n little, girl, so he ninst be nn old mnn now, nnd too olu to ride in an airplane." Indianapolis News. Ask Dad He Knowsl Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. ' The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper $- " I,,aw 6-- x all-rou- Sesqui-Centenni- la .o lu-yo- r- te . It was little Ethers first visit to the post exchange, Her father, a marine corps captain, had dropped In to buy some necessary articles and had taken along his daughter for company. The businesslike private drew n pencil from behind his ear, Jotted down the sum torfil of the captain' purchases, wrapped up the articles In n parcel, gae the enptnin lus change, ami proceeded to straighten up his temporarily disordered stock-Littl-e Ethel watched the brisk movements of the post exchange cleik with thy keenest interest, but said nothing until her father was ready to leiue Then she clutched at his coat sleei nnd asked, just loud enough for the embarrassed private to hear: 'Say, daddy, U be n merchant marine?" The" Leatherneck. Wheat Hictory Was Made. Among the ceremonies to celebrate Armistice day In France was the of the tlrst ifl the com memoratlvo boundary stones which the Touring club of France is going tu place at the points on nil rojuls gl Franco where they cruis the lines ol the battle front of 1018. These stones are In the form of a four-side- d truncated pyramid with a poilu's helmet, on top, crowned with On the side lire grenudes laurels. from which more laurel-- , spring, and tlnr'piluclpiil side, facing the road bears the Inscription, In French, "Heie the liiMider was driven back, 1018." This tlrst commemorative stone wu Inaugurated at Chateau Thierry, by n representative of the ministry of war, In the presence of the military attaches of nil allied countries. , prestige andf reputation. It is Enjoys a nation-wid- e essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Me'mber of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo. i By special arrangements we aro now able to offer COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY. AND THE REPUBLICAN Both one J ear, by mail, for only $S."5. ! ! -- I This offer 'applies to renqwala. as well as new subjcriptions.but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. Now may, if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals wall, date from expiration of present ones." If you prefer an evening' newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for The Ccjurler-Journa- l, Send or bring your orders to tho office of sub-sciipt- ios N Ras-mus- EAGLE "MIKADO". "7 PencUN9.174 Made jn EAGLE MIKADO o . for sale at your Dealer Notorious Prison. Belem piison, Mexico City, formerl) , known as one of the plague spots oi Mexico, lias been renovated and mndr Into n model house of detention by the Mexican government. Schools for the teaching of manual training nnd the rudiments of education are main tnlned for the women, nnd schools foi slmllur training Wr the men will be Installed shortly. Shower baths! nnd fountains have been Installed nnd the meals aro wholesome nnd surllclent Heretofore, Belem had been notorl bus for its unhygienic condition niu7 tho worst fate Imaginable to be meted out to a criminal wns a sentence tn this prison. Denrborn Independent. Easily Settled. "Last week Cholly wus In a dilemma In love wllh two girls." "Tho matter was easily settled." ASK TOR THE YELLOW PENQLVfTH THE RED I1AHD jdca EAGLE PENCIL COMPANY, NEW YORK and so don't have nny trouble in remembering 'em. .Ho don't road the "An old gentleman sitting on the papers, newr goes to political speakporch of the thinly house down tho ings, nnd Hain't got no omenick. So road entertained us with a number what In thunder is there to peeler of reminiscences of this neighbor- him?" Country Gentleman. hood" said one member of a party WOMEN I'UIM.IO EMPLOYEES of motor tourists. "We were impressed by his contented appearance Of tho 500,000 persons emjiO)tx! and amiable maimer." "No reason In tho world why he in federal, statu and local governd aro woshouldn't bo thataway," roplted a ments mora than prominont resident of tho Possum men. They fill nearly ono-haot Trot region, away up among tho the 70,000 government jobs In WashCensus returns iuUcale "As ho knows his ington. I'uckacheo Hills. can lick htm ho hain't got that tlie fair sex is invndtnr; many no uncertainty on that p'int to wor responsible positions formerly bald ry about. Ho makes up his own facts by men. yt one-thirlf son-in-la- -- WiraitE IGNOKANCE IS IWJSS .... r --- e- "Ehr 'Neither would have him." Courier-Journal. Louis-vlll- o as-$7- f"ii ft" A. I I tho hospital at Louisville, for two' when the proceeds nro to be handled iniJT I kV political IlLU LIUIll Lrt IT weeks, returned to his homo hero by appointees of any ono Saturdny. narty It wo know It. whether that IS HELD VALID Miss Goldla Austin Is nt tho bedparty be Republican, Democrat or Weekly by PublUlicd side of hor nunt, Mrs. Luther Collins, not. It breeds suspicion at tho JUBTFOKD rniNTING'COMTANY what of Centertown. j start and if tho four men designatIncorporated Mrs. Charlie Vinson, of Chicago,! ed, (and they were chosen because Appelate Court Decides III., Is visiting friends In town this thoy were Democrats) play ono half W. S. TIN9LEY, Editor Trial By Jury week. Is as much politics as the Legislature and Business Manager. Mr. J. Pnxton Cnsebicr and Mack has played, suspicion at tho outset Unnecessary. rorter mndo a business trip to Hartwould be tolerably well founded. ford, Monday. Entered according to law at the JtoBtofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall OHIO COUNTIANS AT Mr. C H. Aliafln fltlrl f1n1frMa ' Vaatter of the second class. Frankfort, Ky., March 7. The red ,ssos , npM. ntlil rllm WESTERN NORMAL ' light nuisance abatement law, pass- - Hartfnni T,,Hn to Address all communications Dr. AIlen, of CromwclI( nccompanl. Tho Ohio Countlans at Western ed by the Legislature in 1918, which (The Hartford Republican. Normal organized the Ohio County Is now Section 3941 of the Kentucky ed Ja8Der Lp,ph fn , Club, electing Mr. James A. Barnes, statutes, was held to be constitution- - .i... u.ilpro ,, Chairman and Miss Carrie Southard nl today by he Court of Appeals. Tho t omftch NOTICE TO SUnSCIUBEKS secretary. With the exception of War- validity of the law was attacked by Mr j. , nS8Ctt( Mffl r or th0 Subscribers desiring tho paper sent ren County, Ohio County has the J. D. king, of Owensboro on an ap- Cumberland Telephone Co, at this V a new address must give tho old C,rCU,t CT,1 P,acc' largest representation in the school. ?C , Tuesday for Greenville, to Udrcss in making tho request. C. E. Smith, commonwealth rMUme n,g (,uUeg Business Locals and Notices 10c Beaver Dam has the largest repre- jn nt ,hat plac0i equi-- 1 line, and 80 per lUe for each of cloven attorney, had filed an action in sentation in the county 11 insertion. ty to abate tho nuisance of the opera- RECLAMATION BILL .'. Obituaries, Resolutions md Cards students and Hartford comes second, lllill UI U JIUMBt' Ui. Ill UUUUUIH pt (Thanks, lc per word, and Gc for with rt representation of eight. IS BEFORE SENATE head line and slgnautre, money County ed in a house owned by King b Jos ten The students from Ohio The proceeding 'va sie Westerfield. Ui advance. are: Messrs James and Carl Barnes, Church Notices for services free, Washington, March 8. Chairman Instituted during the summer of tmt other advertisements, lc per R. P. Brown, Freeman Chlnn, D. D. 1919. McNary, of the Senate Committee on Green, Em- Moseley, R. E. Price, word. Among the many reasons and the Irrigation and Reclamation, formally Anonymous communications will mctt Taylor, Charles Rhoads St. receive no attention. most important reason set forth by presented to the Senate today the new Clair, M. J. Kelly, Beb McConnell, King In his attack on the validity of federal cVoporatlve reclamation act, Eveertt Bratcher, Goebel Shultz, the law is that It violated the section proposing a revolving fund of $350,- Park, Hugh Price, Taylor Skinner, TELEPHONE 000,000 for loans, with a report from Day, Beck, Pierce, of the constitution which provides, a Maden, 59 the committee which described the Farmers Mutual Mcpaniel, Elvis Funk, Dewey nnd trial by jury. The court held that Berry; Misses the abatement of a nuisance is mere-- measure as having been designed ns Liter Barnes nnd In h!cli"a constructive policy on reclama Imogene Plummer, Ruth Godsey, No-v- ly an equity proceeding MARCH 10 FRIDAY there is no trial by jury, nor is one tion." Ross, Norma Ross, Pansy Wilson, Under the program outlined by the Ernestine Ralph, Kathleen Tlclienor, required as no fine is assessed or bill, it ia provided that reclamation punishment provided, so that th act of note Ruth Mercer, Fannye Paris, Sallye A University Professor districts may be formed and, upon predicts that not later than the year Shultz, Carrie Park, Alenne Leach, Is not invalid. Prior to the Institution of the ult approval of the project, uny Issue 1977 women will transact the busi- Ora Mac Gentry, Carrie Southard. bonds against the assets thereby to ness now handled by the men and Bessie Graham, Loyce Hudson, Mabel for an injunction, tho Westerfield , woman had been convicted on num-- be created. Such bonds are deposit-erou- s house-wor- k Russell, Ethel Everly, Amy Woods, the men will be doing occasions, of operating an im- - ed with tho federal farm loan board, For our Daniel, St. Clair, Iva Kelley, and caring for the children. moral house and the judgments of which holds them until tho property Henry, Lindley, Renfrow, part, we don't care so very much. If were used as evidence In against which they were issued has we are here at that date we will like- Irene O'Dell, Mary Frances Skinner, conviction the case. This is the first case un- - twice the value of tho securities, dishWedWallace, Alma Burdette, ly not be fit for anything but may then be sold, the money washing and rocking the baby. So ding', Mr. and Mrs. George Hunter der the injunction act pf 191S that-' They ha:, ever reached the Court of Ap- being turned over to the treasury for and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carson Jr. why should we worry? peals, and the decision of the Court use in financing further projects. is of great importance, as under the This arrangement, it was claimed, proHARNETT'S CREEK Quite a number of articles and by makes the fund practically a perpeprovisions of the law construed are, or have recently been, very ducts the Court in this ase the operators tual means of financing the reclamaMr. and Mrs. Clifton Hoover, who low upon the market, simply because of immoral resorts may be perpetual- tion. 'those who produced ee not able to have had the "flu", are better. so doing. It is proposed to baso the new Messrs. Bud Crowe and Cicero ly enjoined from bold production cost up to the high Attorney, C. E. reclamation projects on a farm unit point scaled during the war. As a Wade were in Buford Tuesday on buSmith, instituted this and numerous ranging from 20 to 1G0 acres, dependresult, those who have been hardest siness. Circuit ing upon the productivity of the soil. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sinnett, of other suits in the Daviess have not been able or willing hit Court and on final hearing Judge All parties within a district owning to purchase, if at all, very sparingly near Whltesville, are at the bedside judgment in con- - lands in excess of the unit must place and as a result those who by organi- of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Whlttaker, who Slack rendered formlty to the one appealed from in j such excess acreage under authority zation and other methods have been are ill of the flu, Mrs. Whlttaker has the secretary of the interior to be this case. The Appelate Court deci-io- f able to hold production cost up to pneumonia also. sion has the effect of perpetuating disposed of nt prices and under conMr. Cicero Wade spent last Saturthe high water mark are finding it Judgments of the Daviess ditions which are fixed in the conhard to dispose of their wares. When day night with Mr. and Mrs. Joshua each of the tract which the district acting as a Circuit Court. the two extremes hit a level, wheels Patton of near Adaburg. corporation makes with the governMr. Hermnn Shown, of Boil a, was again commence to go round and will SMITH LYONS. ment. Some the guest of his grandmother, Mrs. everything move as before. not handle as large a Racheal Rhoades, Tuesday night. classes will Mr. Halden Lyons and Miss Lizzie Mr. Lou Hoover, who has been very-Il-l Smith, both of Livia, came to Hart- i volume of cash as they did a few I STRAY STREAKS is some better at this writing. months ago, but it will purchase very ford last Saturday, procured a mar I Mr. Ernest Patton and two sons, riage license and were married in much more and when things are (By Fluke McFluke.) equalized' all may be employed and Everett and Clyde, are 111 with "flu." the afternoon by Rev. Russell Walker Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mason and baby, pastor of the Baptist church, at his all may, and will be purchasers and everybody happy once more. All will and Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hoover and residence on Mulberry Street. The We notice where a woman has a be well when the level has been children spent Sunday with Mr. L. Republican joins the many friends of Hoover and Mrs. Hoover. struck, and not till then. newly weds in wishing them a radiophone strapped to her ankle. If the Mr. Orvel and Morral Hoover are happy and prosperous married life. it's for commercial or public uso the "' A portion' of the work of the ill with measles and influenza. chances are, ns a general proposition, present General Assembly may be, In the line'l be blzzy. CLEAR RUN. BARRED ROCKS. fact is commendable, but the larger My yards are full of the best I The days are getting longer at part of the time put in in Frankfort Messrs. Wm. Smiley and Leonis both ends but Albert Rial says midcould as well have been spent by that ever had in size, color and laying Smith were in Hartford Tuesday. bodv on a vacation in Florida. The propensities. Mr. Clinton Park and wife attend- night comes in the same place and he saved Some extra fine cockerels and Stato would have probably ed the funeral of Master Bryce Wes- expects to do as much sleeping on each side as he ever did. at a real bargain if taken at terfield, at Bell's Run, Tuesday. money by paying transportation and botel bills and then be gainer, finan- once. Selected eggs $1.30 and $2.50 Mrs. Fidelia Stewart of Owensboro, AVo've bought us a lot of records! cially, to say nothing of some of the per 13. Prices on large quantities is the guest of her father this week. worst legislation enacted during re- for Incubators on application. Mrs. Viola Trogdon, who has been some cj Under oil, a drum of gasoJOHN B. WILSON, In playing politics for cent history. very ill of congestion of the lungs for line and a few repairs and as soon they as we get the money or can secure imagined partisan advantage Hartford, Ky. two weoks, is able to bo out again. have turned our steps backward to a Mrs. Florence Baitlett, who has credit, we are going to buy a phonograph,' nnd an automobile. LOIl'SVJLLE MARKETS degree not dreamed of by the averbeen very 111, is imprpving. age voter. Legislation adopted for The subscribers on No. 9, Taffy Howard Ellis says indications foreCattle. Market ruled active and Division, of the Telephone Co., will the management of the State's highways, the placing of almost all pow- prices stronger on account of the meet Wewnesday afternoon at the casted by condition and shape of the er within one political party is not limited supply and brisk demand. home of C. C. Hoover, for the pur- present moon, taken In connection butwith the grand Jury's activities tell approved by any very large number Active call for bst handy-weigpose of electing a secretary and him there is to be a protracted dry of the Democratic party and disap- chers at stronger prices; others fulproval by the Independents and Re- ly teady. Tho undertone proved Master Henry Trogdon is quite spell, and a great wavo of quietness with a tendency to depression and sopublicans is absolutely as near unan steady In heavy steers, with one load sick, at this time. Mllcli .'ow trado ruled steaas possible to be upon any at $7 Mr. and Mrs. Stlnson Park were berness. imous ''question that could be raised. The dy. The best heavy cows found a guosts of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Park Doc Plrtle, the dentist, says he majority party in control of tho Leg good outlet, while canners and cut- Tuesday. knows flshin time is not far honce as islature was really opposed to allow- ters were ready sale; couriers at $2.30 he has observed for 20 odd years that slow, Bull trado continues ing the people to vote upon the ques- down WASHINGTON. tho odor of greens, Jowl and young tion of issuing road improvement but about steady; tops $4 4.25. Fair bonds but was finally smoked out by outlet for the best quality stockers Several from here attended tho onions Is soon followed by biting fish. the people led by practically all of and feeders; common kinds slow and funeral and burial of My. Elmer E. If we have to have our stuff sold Satisfactory clearance Tlntley, which took place at Alextho Democratic press of tho State. If uneven. ander cemetery last Tuesday after- at tho courthouse door by a master the bond issue ever had a chance of made early in tho day. Calves Trade steady. Best veals noon. Tho bereaved family have the commissioner ana it no must bo a being approved by vote of the people it is bow lost. "We do not believe $9.00 down; medium $4.fiog6 50; sympathy of the entire neighborhood. Democrat we'd as leaf It bo Howard j Mr. L. L. Newcorab of this vicinity cms as unyonu we can inuiK ui ngoi that an individual who happens to bo common $2 3; light calves continue labeled "Republican'1 is, for that rea- dull at prevailing Ion' prices. spent last Friday night with his cou- now. Hogs -- Prices advanced 25ip35c on sin, Mrs. W. L. Warren and Mr. Warson, more, than 'his ,iieigbbor The social editor of this sheet overwho is a Democrat, bit we do believe most grades. Top hogs at $11 60 was ren, of Island Station. Republicans and two within 5c of last year',: high point. Hartford, looked mentioning the wedding of that 'where1 two Mr. Ed Bowlds, of near working Best hoy:' 1C5 to 209 pounds $11.60; spent from Thursday night until Sat- Princess Mary Inst week and got herDemocrats are for the whole State, handling a little 250 pounds and up $11 2b; 120 to urday with Mr. Delbert N. Newcomb, self bawled out by the main squoeze. turn like ,$40,000,000 their nets need 1C5 pounds $11; pigs 120 pounds of this neighborhood. Fifty more days until tho spring down, $9.25; throw-out- s $8.25 down; not be watched ,so closely. A fishing trin. Wo mention this fact BEAVER DAM. commission linndling the peo- stags $6.7fi down. Shcfep and Lambs Demand active in order to advise Doc, John and Ed ple's funds nets as a break within Tho meeting nt tho iMethodlst to begin now to prepare our bait. Let ' Itself. What Domocrat would, un- and prices fully steady. Best lambs der llko'cireumstances, bo for rais- brought $11(5)13, according to qual- Church here Is progressing nicely. the worms bo plentiful and fat, tegu- -' ing any sor.t, tof( fund to place wholly ity, seconds $S5!0. The best fat Rev. Lear of Marion, Ky., is doing Inr fish entlcers. tho preaching. within the hands of partisan Repub- sheep $5 6, uucks $3.50 down. Mrs. Boen Bell of Akron, Ohio, Is MAllKIAGE LICENSES 1'roduco In fact, what Democrat is licans? RECENTLY ISSUED nuying prices net to shipper tlie tho guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tbero who deep down in his heart lione8tly approves turning over so shipper paying freight ami drayago William Flener. to LIzzlo Huyden Lyons, Livia, Miss Nora F. Jackson, who has largo a sum to- four members of his dairies, .iro: of her parents, In Smith, Livia. Eggs Candled 18c dozen. been at tho bed-sld- o own party, leaving out all others en to Lula Nick Felkor, Fordsvllle, Poultry Hens, 22c lb.; largo Eastern, Ky., for the past two weoks, tirely? We serlpusly doubt if any Robinson, Louisville. bo found who would not rather spring chickens 17c lb.; roosters 10c has returned to her work here. can Willie Mooro, McHenry to Myrtle Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McCoy were co the Road! Commission mixed, po- - lb.; ducks, 20c lb.; young turkeys, McHenry. litlcaliy. We are for , good roads (No. 1, 38c; geese 12c lb.; guineas guests of Mr. and Mrs. John McCoy, Allen, Mooro, Simmons to Delia Ann Dan Sunday, wo .$2.60 dozen. the best are noije too good but Ccuutry Butter Pound 14c. Mr. Tom Taylor, who has been in J Burden, Simmons. vote for a road bond issuo will Beyer fThe Hartford Republican nrn ANNOUNCEMENT Following is a list of Pictures to be shown at the ., ,,,,, ,.,, c. ,,, Majestic Theater McHenry, Kentucky .TVf ?!!!" Saturday, March PRODUCTION 11 I CECIL B. De MILLE'S "Male and Female" I Tuesday, March 14 CECIL B. De MILLED PRODUCTION j 1 I la "Why Change Your Wife" Saturday, March 18 CHARLES RAY - j "Homer Comes Home" Tuesday, March 21 Mae Murray and David Powell -- IV- "On With The Dance" Saturday, March 25 "Treasure Island" Monday, March 27 Violet Heming, Theodore Roberts and Wanda Hawley IV "Every Woman" Tuesday, March 28 GEORGE H. MELFORD'S PRODI ( TION "The Sea Wolf" Saturday, ApriFl Wm. S.HART -- IV- "The Toll Gate" Tuesday, April 4 HOBART BOSWORTH -- IV- ht "Below The Surface" Saturday, April 8 CHARLES RAY -- IN- "Paris Green" f Monday, April 10 WALLACE REID -- l.V- hnst "Sick-a-Be- d" Tuesday, April 11 LIONEL BARRYMORE -- IN- "The Copperhead" Saturday, April 15 "Miracle Man" I'lio above - are nil Paramount Pictures. R. O. HOOKER, W. D. MAD DON, Managers. 1i Hon L. L. Embry of Roslne, was FItANK TICHENOH nnd his Ford will get you there and get you back. In Hartford yesterday, on business. I Messrs. W. C. and Jno. W. Myers, Alias I ".1.1 Logan is 111 oi i na&'es ot the in me of her parents, Mr nnd of Route 1, Olaton, wero visitors at Mrs. W. C. Logan, on Union Street this office yesterday. The firm of Acton Bros, received Mrs. E. E. Brown, of Livermorc, the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. H. n car load of Samson tractors at tho local station Wednesday. Foster, and Mr. Foster, of this city. Is j M '-' Tho Woman's Literary Club will Dr. D. II. Godsey of Narrows wns a caller at this office whllo In town, meet with Mrs. J. R. Plrtle Saturday afternoon, at her home on Union St. on a business mission, yesterday. Among thoso who have measles Wo have mount's Steel Plow's and Oliver Chilled Plows. None better are masters Fred Westerfleld Joseph nnd Beverly Miller, Earl Franklin ACTON DUOS, Hartford. made. Martin, W. H. Gillespie and little Mr. E11U Mitchell of Dundee, was Miss Lula D. Martin. an apprcclaed caller at this office, Mr. John W. Myers of the Olaton while In town, on business, Monday. country has been appointed carrier on Highest cash price paid for eggs Route 1 from the Olaton postotflce and will assume his duties on March and poultry every day In the year. 20th. W. E. ELLIS & 13110. Mrs. L. G. Barrett and little son, of Deaver Mrs. Luther Render Dam, wns the guest of her nelce, Mrs. Lynn Culley, will be at home within Ellis Foster and Mr. Foster, last week a few days, from n visit with relatives near Narrows. Lynn Culley has had end. the measles, but is recovering. Mr. John Taylor has entered school Buy a No. 11 Oliver Riding Plow, at the Western Ky. State Normal, Bowling Green, to take up vocational and you will have a better seed bed, ride Instead of walking and have training. more corn In the crib next year. ACTON BROS, Hartford. Mr. Boss Taylor, was In Hopkins-vlll- c Monday and Tuesdpy, being exMiss Sarah Lee Hudson, of Buford, amined by the U. S. Hoard of Army who is attending school here, Is conSurgeons. fined to her room with measles, at of Central the home of County Attorney Otto C. Mrs. Leslie Stewart Grovo spent last week end with her Martin and Mrs. Martin, with whom parents Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Howard she is rooming. of this city. Miss Emllle Henderson Pendleton Mr. Joe White, who Is engaged in left last Friday for Bowling Green, the sawmill business at White Plains, where she will enter the Business Ky., was the guest of his family at University, enroute she stopped off at Central City to spend a few days with Narrows, last week. her fclster, Mrs. Bernlce Frost and Mr. Rufus Chapman, of Payson, Mr. Frost. Illinois, is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Ada Taylor and Mr. We have OLIVER'S Horsfc Drawn , Taylor, nt Bells Run. Disc Harrows, Corn" Planters, Cultivators, Grain(Drills, Cultipackers and Get your Seeds, Fertilizer and Tandem Harrows for your Tractors. Farming Implements, from See our emplements and prices, beD. L. D. SANDEFUR, fore you buy. We can save you monBeaver Dam, Ky., S. Main St. ey. 36t9 ACTON BROS, Hartford. 11 -- '1 Bo 'T-1- ' . Spring Millinery J Our early Spring Millinery is now on display. Your early demands can be supplied at once. Our trimmer is here ready to look after your The styles are beautiful and the interests. prices much lower. Call and see them. New Blouses, New Coats, and Coatsuits These new things will add to your spring apBlouses in all the leading styles pearance. and new fabrics. Coats in Polo Cloth, Tweeds, etc. Coatsuits in Tweeds, Poplins, Serges, Tricotine, etc. Call and see them. Our styles, fabrics and prices will convince you that they are real values. Perhaps you are now giving thought to your apparel for Spring and Summer. Latest style tendencies, new and novelty materials and careful work- -' Garments. manship characterize our Let us show you some of the delightful creations in Ready-To-Wear 7kz&l&(2a The Hartford l'lllUAY Coatsuits, Capes and Coats, Prices range from $10.00 to $35.00. Republican MAHCII 10 Mr. Alfred Duke is recovering from a several days' illness of Influenza. Miss Dorcas Lyons was the guest of friends In Deaver Dam Sunday. SMOKE EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS at Mrs. A. D. White Is 111 of paralysis her home on Main Street. Mr. W. 11. Henfrow, of Dundee, was a caller at this office Wednesday. Mr. John Locsdon. ot South sine, was a visitor at this office terday. Uo- yes- Miss Elizabeth Cook, daughter ot Judge Mack Cook, has the measles. Mr. W. C. Logan made a business trip to Louisville Wednesday, return; Ing Thursday. uliiMU v )J Miss Cllfflo Austin ot Beaver Dam, Mr. Ersel Dennett is very ill of was a caller at this office, while in pneumonia at his homo bore. town Monday. Logan is confined to his Mr. A. W. Mr. Tony Johnson Is very 111 of room with an attack of lagrlppe. pneumonia at tho home of his parMr. Oscar Patty, of Whiting, Ind., ents, on Main St Is tho guest of relatives at Narrows. Mrs. Dlanton Ellis roturned Wed i Lloyd of Narrows, was nesday from n week's visit with Mr. Ellis . guest of frlonda in this friends in Graham. tho week-en- d city. Mr. C. W. Morgan of Route 3 Hartand son, Haivey ford, wiis a caller at this office while Mr. James I. Clark Wednesday. of Itockport, wero In Hartford Mon- In town, day. Mr. B. E. Richardson ot near town, confined to her was In Hopkins county a few days Mrs. U. S. Ellis is on business. room with a Bevere case of rheu- this week, Mr. C. B. Howard, who is In the Mrs. S. E. Bennett of Decatur Ala., employe of the Bond Bros., Tie Co., arrived here Tuesday to be present at Gates, Tenn., spent a few days recent- the funeral and burial of her brothly, with his family here. er, E. E. Tinsley. Mrs. pennett will remain several days, visiting her Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Foster, are the mother, Mrs. M. E. Tinsley and other parents of a baby boy, born Sunday, relatives before returning home. March 5th. The little fellow has been christened Samuel Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Don C. Culley of Stanley are making an extended stay Mr J. A. Johnson, who is employed in this city. Mr. Culley is the specinl by Bond Bros. Co., Decatur Ala., Is Deputy for the Modern Woodmen of at the bedside of his son, Tony, who America, and will reorganize the local Is ill of pneumonin, here. camp. They will be guests of Mr. Culley's sister, Mrs. L. G. Barret and Miss Martlne Taylor of Cromwell, Mr. Barrett, while here. is at tho bedside of her aunt, Mrs. Lucy Hubbard, who Is 111 of pneu Pvt. Harlan E. Tinsley, rated as monia, at her home here. expert mechanic, assigned to the U. S. Garage, Chicago, HI., came home Mrs. O. T. Burns loft Sunday for Tuesday to attend the burial of his Hickman, Ky., to bo at the bedside father, Mr. E. E. Tinsley. He pro of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. A. S. cured a ten day's furlough on ms departure and will likely spend that Petty, who are HI of Influenza. time with his mother and family. Mr. J. II. B. Carson accompanied WANTED Salesman to sell direct bv Mrs. Carson. Is expected to return r tVin fnrmnr Aprils 'Minerals.which today, from a five days' busi home ness trip to Louisville and Cincinnati. grows tho bone and cupplles the minAcme Pig Meal equal eral elements. town, to mllk.Acme Calf Meal and Acme Mr. W. A. Morris, of near Sales are went to Belleville, 111., Tuesday to be Milk Feed for chickens a witness for the I. C. R. R. Co., In large. A paying business. ACME MINERAL COMPANY, a case growing out of a railway acciWheaton.llllnols. dent. Carson Subscribe for (St.Louis) Globe-Democra- t- (El Co. i Hartford, Kentucky. theTwicE-A-WEEK the greatest mme-wQUQ, newspaper vaiue Published on each Monday and Thursday, and read by over 230,000 families, each issue contains: Accurate Acsoualol l'icsa ITcws Reports, ccauecscd from all ocr tho world. Special CcjrCEpordcut'c News, cover:::? if5 II' v .iVl) vev Uio central wcit. Latent Grain anil L'nc Block Market Quotations. Stato cad National Tara Bureau News. Department of Answers to Farci Problems, conducted by authorities. Splendid Wo ai a a 'a rcclpca cud pattcrcs.' continued Grippinc Ltorica. Pae, with matism. Mr. J. E. Keown, of White Run, ofof Whltesvllle, was an appreciated cnller at this Mr. J. J. Mldklff fice while In town Tuesday. was in Hartford a fsw days this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie JIcKlnley, ot baby and two Bells Run, are the parents of a Mrs. F. L. Lauterwasser boy, born Tuesday, March 7th. of her children are confined to their bed, with flu. Rock-por- t, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Reld ot guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. were tho , rrir.UP'Vnn.AIlLLEn MOTOR Gillespie, last Friday night. Taxi Service day, night or R. H. Co., for any old time. Before purchasing your MonumenRUNNER, Bowfamily moved Wed- tal work write C W. J. F. Hicks nnd ling Green, Ky. Agents Wanted. nesday to their farm in the Washing ton neighborhood. relaIs making nn extended visit with For quick Taxi Service, any time, Owensboro, any place that a "Liz" will go, call Mrs. Sarah Dennett, of MOTOR CO. TICHENOR-MILLER tives In nnd near Hartford. Bnrbed wire, American field fence, low ensh Dennott and Rabbit nnd poultry fence Mr. and Mrs. Weaver price at W. E. ELLIS & BltO'S. 34t4 guests children of Owensboro, are tho vicinity. of relatives In this city and Mr. Henry Barnott of Llvermoro. guest of his spent was the recent week-en- d Little Miss Leona Ilea Leach uncle, Mr. S. T. Barnctt and Mrs. with her grandmothlastf week-en- d Harnett of this city. Finis Leach, at Beaver Dam. er, in. living with them, all of whom have Rocks, Rhode Island Reds, on unlim Strong vitality. We had severe attacks of Influenza, are ited range. guarantee 12 fertile eggs out of every convalescent. per 15. Special price 15. Eggs of Route G, on 100 or more. Call Williams & Mr. J. C. Westerfleld Hartford, spent a few days this week Taylor's Store. A. J. WILLIAMS, Hartford. the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. and noices, MUses Helen and Miss Maggie Austin of Route 2, Ruby Westorfi-UI- . Hartford, returned Monday from Ow Mr. and Mrs. Warren Tlchenor of ensboro, where she had been visit Centertown were the guests of their ing her aunt, Mrs. Babe Bean, for son, Mr. Hugh Tlchenor and Mrs; two weeks. She was accompanied Tlchenor, of this city, from last Fri- home by her cousin, Miss Bernlce Bean, who will spend a few days with day until Sunday. friends and relatives In and near chilled plows, tho best Hartford. Vulcan Wo chilled plow on the market. WANTED A gentlemanly sales also havo a fow Oliver chilled plows man who can furnish a team or light and can save you money on them. car to canvass Ohio County with an W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 35t4 old established lino of Proprietary Shipment, of Medicines, Extracts, Toilet Articles, RECEIVED JUST genuine Edison Mazda light bulbs, Soaps, Spices etc. Experience unFor JO and 50 W., 40c; 60's, 45c; 100's, necessary but not objectionable. 36t2 full particulars address THE H. C. J1.00. WHITMER COMPANY, Columbus, KY. LIGHT & POWER CO. 30t3p Ind. many friends of Mrs. Harry The Mrs. C. E. Smith, who had been In Hoover will be glad to learn that she recently underwent a successful Moberly, Mo., at the bedside of her operation for appendlcltls.nt the St. nephew, Leonard Page, at the homo of the former's sister. Mrs. C. W. Ev Josephs Hospital, Louisville. ans, since the 7th of February, re Mrs. Catherine McGrayel of Cin- turned to her home hore last Fri cinnati) Ohio, has arrfved In Hartford day, on account of the Illness of Mr. to take up her duties ns milliner for Smith, who. however. Is now recover Fair and Co., This Is the third year ed. Young Mr. Page la very low of tuberculosis. Mrs. McGrayel has been with them. $1-0- 0 Hol-broo- k, tle Mr. and Mrs. S. O. Keown and lit noico Cora Mao Southard who Is Ejsrs for HiiUiiiiiKt tor sale, Barrd Plymouth Rocks, White Plymouth Edgar Guest 'a I;:ni3. Dr. Evans' Health editorials, gam Jordan, V Sliepard and A Macy philosop. Talks. Constructive l. W . Bicgcr and Dinp Cartoons. The Hartford Republican and both one year, for $1.85. The Republican, Hartford, Ky. NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY Twice-A-Wee- k Globe-Democr- at, Send all orders to. shade trees In the District Court of the United States for the Western District of Kentucky, In the Matter of Otho Dexter, Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. To tho Creditors of Otho Dexter of Beavor Dam, in the County of Ohio and district aforesaid, bankrupt. Notice Is hereby given that on the 9th day of February A. D. 1922, the said Dexter was duly adjudicated bankrupt, and that the first meeting of creditors will be held at the law office of A. D. Kirk in Hartford, Kentucky, on the 14th day of March A, D. 1922,. at 1 o'clock P. M., at which time tho said creditors may attend, prove their claims, appoint a trustee, examine the Bankrupt nnd transact such other business as may properly come before said meeting. Petition filed January 23rd, 1022. Owensboro, Ky., March 3rd, 1922. A. DEAN, Befcrce In Bankruptcy. ornametal trees flowering shrubs hedge plants bedding plants vegetable plants BULBS Everything in Flowers From Seeds-to fruit trees plants flowers Trees And seeds TAPSC0TT i' J. OWENSBORO, KY. Write for- Catalogue. - KO909MM3yS BLUE OR YELLOW? By AGNES Q. JJSjiJJ8 I & yyys-AA-Ai BEST PEOPLE By Copyright, rur inn , on oiAH II :; BROGAN Union MILDRED .WHITE By GRACE O. WEATHERCBY x Sleep, Work I Eat,Rofrnv Thnrt inand Taal T out of mc. This expe"Now, Jnney," he remarked, "You Winters. rience, related by E. C. Kay had come back to the small have decided, upon everything In our town Bayne, contractor, of after an absence since young prospective home, without giving me girlhood, and Philip, the admired new 124 South Honore St., a look In. I kept quiet, whlfe you attorney, snw her first momentarily, cli'iireHo. gometlifna wltUIfl hlni nifiiio Chicago, may be your the thing room In fancy, nnd long for n vague something Mint experience also if fitted out your dining room; nor did then with a lingering glance as she him The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest came through JJie lighted doorway of he csjjjd not define. Ho wns Jonely, I sny a word when jou left no place tile town's test store. cty lonely', and still he had no need and best papers in the South and we hope to receive for my hobbles or Studio. Hut my "Perhaps, after all," said his man's to be, for with his money, position, you take Tanlac, the world's mother will come to visit us too, nnd many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and most famous system builder. she happens to have r preference for hopeful heatf, "tills happy young nnd good looks he lind a host of intends woman may not be nil that the townsseventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in friends. But tonight he kept away Feel fine, as nature yellow. today. "It's been almost an obsession with people sny." For l.cr return had long from them, strangely disturbed. (Say you to feel. Get Tanlac 1 your subscription now. Don't delay. figures llltted pnst the open door of At all good druggists.. lief ft cheery sunshiny room. I'e been heralded. "Pay Winters coming back!" Phil the clubhouse, swnjlng gracefully to heard her dream over It often, and ivuir ilnil In linr illfllflmif inv tnr. n ' ip's landladyT snld. "Well, what pos the music. MlffrVaWM KrMiCf.fl . hnr - iwiiulnr , In nnmrt tn thn -- ...,..., ...- Suddenly the slouching figure of the new rug or a set or curtains, aim lie, rending and smoking over his paper, tOWH thnt W BSIl't gOOd CllOUgll for lier boy stllTcncd ns n girl whisked by the door on the nrm of a tall joung man. can ui:(J om: in rntmMn. viBs&jxxx ;numrn imrii put nil her drenms to flight with a j ears ngo?" OX THI3 INSTALLMENT PLAN "Kay Winters coming back to Who wns she? Surely he had never ensual refusal. 'Old rug good enough !' He hurried Inside he'd sny, or 'What do we want with Kldrldgel" exclaimed Philip's house seen her before. Beggars in Hazelton, Pa., aro liThe Slilloh colored church had a "Well, think of that, after the dnnce hall, nnd looked in vain for now flTtiirns vvlipn .Tim Is Ipnvlnir for keeper, pastor who inscribed after his name censed to bttj one day a month. They favel am, college training. her. She wns gone. Kor over nn horn' n hnm of hi nirn'; mid mother unnl.l a" " rival enn select any day they prefer but bo nobody good enough for her he searched, until ut last he found the degree of "D. I).". The i Wont smlllnclv submit. Pisgah church had a pastor who had will bo nrrested If they solicit alms i j her, standing by the porch rail In the "Poor mother, putting nlwnys my t0 associate with. I remember her; nny other time. wishes before her own. Fo I made a p'ie wns nothing but a proud, pretty j ery spot he bad occupied n little no such "handle", and this greatly Cucceed v;sen tverythtr.g the f,"l) ot n Kr1, IIer rlt1' nunt brouglit while before. Her gown wns of some mortified the members thereof. So little plan, it was the very night that in iici'uu-- j p: uwaiio'? ana i.rua.e k Teacher asked nor scholars for vou said Voi .Tnnev. mill I wo", swing- - rnJ un when s,,e wns ,cft nn orphan; soft, sheer white stuff the skirt full one of the flock wrote off to a semi veukneese they nre the sujirnr fj Jng along under the fctur, and glory-- , "nil now she's left her nil her money." and Huffy, her white shoulders and !ary al)(l inre(1 now lnUch i. Wnuld some very long bontonces. One boy tcr.ody, ni thousands have tru firj. m " ' '""P i.muuivv lormcu nis lin.ig- - anus were mire, uer sinning uruii cost to procure u "D. D." degree for wrot : "Imprisonment for llf." over our home, and I nId to my- In TOR KIUNCY, LIVER AAiO innry picture of the newcomer's char- - hair piled high. Never had he seen Belf. mother will have her vellow ' STOr.f ACK TKOUDLK i no i their tdiepherd. ncter. She was a mob, no doubt, and such loveliness. Ills longing wns cheer-roo, it iu ths medietas ever sold ft ...., . ... there, tusd she can come ' ,.nf " .,.,. .!.,,.,.,.. . . .. How's "Ill ..I11SWVI .l . l"iU H MUUi'l ..! r.. ...... i to u ns onen n sne wiini. bo. uiu; ' ''" on wimiiuiiiu! m l. - iimiuiuu. iunh- - .,'- Ji' ever a ciiU Ri:; 's counter. unWe offer Ono Hundred Dollnrs ItcwaM lnere was Indy " big Jim moved closer and Uut after liN second Ilngeilng gaz8 Later he mnnngrd to dance with for nny ot Catnrili that cannot be "nVrf into the oung woman's sweetly at-- 1 her, anil his he.irt thumped nindlj us uato as to the wisdom of inviting cured by cac placed his hand ocr Jnney', ''jou'll Ilnll's Catnrrli Medicine. such n sum In a mere empty title, es Hall's Cntarrli Medlilno has been tnlirn give In on thi. won't nn. nnd come tincme countenaiiCP, l'lilllp luid mar- - the brown e.es smiled up Into hl by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty That s.inie week he learned she w.ii pecially as the treasury wns more five cnn, uml has become known as the out to cboop n jellow rug?" The girl xelou.y changed his opinion. Hither the gill had altered with an artlM, and to ills unspeakable do- than empty. At last It wis decided most nllnblo remedy for Catarrh Hull's withdrew her hand. I ' "My mother." Mie returned evenly. jear-- . or her former neighbors slan- - light she wUljcd to make u sketch of t0 Wrlte to the seminnry and propose Cntnrrh Medicine acts thru tho Illood on surfaces, cxpclllnf- - the Poi"has nlva.s l!ed blue. And she nl- - tiered her; nnd nfter repeated eve-- his head. The afternoon wns one a comjiromIse namely tli.U fiey the Mucous healing the dls- wajs had to iiuv lurni'iiings wnicii nings In Inj' ple.isant society, the never to tie forgotten, ue was nn an- - sj10UjtJ .ay ?25 at once and have one son from tho Illood and . cased portions. , in- - iiiiiuimi: iiiuui-'i- , .uui uiiult uvi jiu)liuiifjii iu After Catirrh imiiiifi ut uii? linn-- injn' in. inmriage eaine jojousiy, llilltl- ' "D" added to the preacher's lnin. Mo'llclnejou hnve taken Ilnli'awill sen n n short time pu for or more serviceable, so her own ingly at last to Philip. clever lingers the sketch took mIb 1 1 and net jear they would get the ;rent Improvement In vour Kenernl II e room Is a conglomeration. features, his dark, Here was the woman of whom he '''s clear-cu- t health Start tnklnc ITnll's Catarrh MpiII- one. other s rlne at nnv nnd cet rid of cntnrrh. Send managed, and scrimped, the way i,ai dreamed, and despaired of find- - 'nK 'lnlr almost uiiienl in its vcT prpcnuti for testimonials free Disrolvcd In water for douche utopc 4fr do. to make my room rose K, And secretly , earning, ns months j tiou. T .1 CIIFSI'.V & CO. Toledo, Ohio nelvie CAtArrli. nn.l tflMr... my rose passed by, Philip decided, almost, to ' Sold by all Orugelstr, 75c. And I'm brin-.-'ncolored. "You have a wonderful face," she ACTHOHirV ON WOMKN'S W'V.Ml mat ion Recommended by Lydut E. entered nuiliognny tn our own house. niai;0 nq piPn Tllen cnme hg Rrent sau dreamily, whep It was finished. i inKnnm ileu. v,o. lor ten yrars. Jimmy. After ou left me tlint nlglit, dlv.ippolntmeiit. In her cliaun for ' "Don't let mij thing ever mar It I Keep neaung onJcr tor nam! catarrh, When it conies to what girls should did some planning of' my own. It hlni, anil her ginUousiiess, Philip over- - those e.ves us dear as they are now, I ore throat nnfl intf ftvi. rrnnmri.il and bhould not wear Justice of the Mat vltiftonifiary clrAn,iQ0 and iimtKjJfJ wmt. wns n blue room that I planned, for looked the IndNniitnhle fact of Knv's that chin ns tlrni that niouth as Ohio County Peace Wltkovver of a small Illinois momer 10 revei in. mien sue cniiiu aloofness from others her superlor- - sweet I" ynni. ThPllm rcJrt Crmptny. BIjo Sl. consieni away ior a ume irom miner aim jjyf so openly tleplou!. through town gives the best advice. "Let All the rest of thnt .vear science be their guide," lis says: 'they his exactions, nnd I will go with ou," It wns his housekeeper who forced the winter, till the spring they were CIHCUIT COL'HT ended .Taney firmly, "to choose a blue the subject upon him. Inseiinrnlile. He loved her with all know best what they want to wear Her comMonday in March, May rug tomorrow." plainings, he discovered, were now Ills joung heart, nnd still he never and nobody should interfere. It's, Meets first and July; third Monday in September Jim turned fiom his fiancee without echoed on all sides. business i told iter so. now couiu ncr lie iiiiiu i their own " and fourth Monday in November: kissing her. he gold ab-"Miss Winters hasn't got any use dream she cared for hlni I There were was, g.ine. ruptly, nnd Jmlgi' George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro for Kltlrldge folks," the old vvonnn so many, and while she was nlua.va ALMOST Ki:.LIZKI) AMItlTIO.N ) Kebelllously, Jnney went to her told him, "except jou, because you've kind to hlni, still she wns nlways kind Coiu'th. Attornej Glover II. Cary, mother. been to college nnd hnve money. She to everbodI Then, In the midst of Calhoun. Dr. J. M. Pcebles.w ho wrote a book "Sometimes," she said, nnger flush- don't call on the tegular people here, their happiness came the war! The Clerk Frank Illack. ing her iheeks. "I feel as if I do not or ask 'em to mil on her. Not even bo's young blood was hot with nnger, on "How to Live a Century" and IT. II. Ellis. want to marry Jim. lie's so teirlhly Mrs. Dr. Wells, or the banker's wife, and be was one ot the first to go.In made himself an example of his the- - Master Conunlssionei Trustee Jury l'liml L. 11. Tichcnor. flomlnatlng; if I allow him to rule me An(1 fon.s ,, S1J they non,or w0 on h(s trln lmfotm lie was unspeakably ' ories. died at Los Angeles, lackingCOl'NTY COUP.T I now, mother, I shan't have the life of n eartli would lie good enough to be T VViSL a hnndsome, nijd the slim girl In white 40 days being 100. He urged seekConvenes first Monday in eacli mouse." friend of hers; trembled as she nw him go.. There ers nf long life not to worry and to month: The woman bending patiently over ISrusnuely, becnuse his heart was had been no word no promise only liher mending smiled. "How does Jim full, Philip put the nintter before Tay that they would write. She had 'kissed abstain from meat, tobacco and Judge H. H. Wedding. quor. try to rule you, dear?" she enquired. thnt veiy evening. Though ho had not his cheek very softly when he snld Count Att'y. Otto C. Martin. T hrtr 4hn nylrlyrtrt "About our house," Jnney ecltully openly voiced his love for her, he good-by- , Clerk Guy Hanney. nnd thnt was nil. :$ ih:i:h avi'ih oni: shot replied. "I want a blue guest room; knew that the knowledge A Safe Old Fashioned must he- - Christinas, 1021! The little club- Sheriff G. A. Italph; Deputies: . you know you also like blue, mother Remedy for Worms house was ga.vly decoiated with ever- Mack Cook, Iris Render, George end Jim la obstinately determined on While hunting in Charles county. "Why," he regretted, "do .vou make greens and holly. Little twigs of mis Seventy. five yerconlin-uoutus- e P. Jones. yellow." Via., J. L. Parsojis rodo up on the no friends among women here, tletoe weie hung In ii the beat .Taller Xat Hudson. Mrs. Wilfred turned a seam, "Yellow Pay? Is it because the " the bltterne-- s IREY'S VERMIFUGE plnces sanies clever leevvaid side of a group of three deer, j for pnt.y, OCAItrr.ltLY COL'P.T Is bright nnd pleasing," she nonconijt-tlngl- y of disappointment brought contempt can offer you. mnldens. High on n steplailder perched Firing at the nearest ono, ho saw it returned. Keep a bottle always on to hK tones "because there Is no ono the girl a little older a little wisor fall. Then tho second and third f'll 'onvones first Monday lit each month hand, lt will help keep Jim found his mother reading. FISCAL COUKT S3 good enough even among the best on alul a moment later he felt the horse lovelier than ever. IWoro her the little ones healthy "How Is our little Jnney tonight?" , Convenes Tuesday after first Monhoy In ,,,,-the w nil Iiuiib n pit tunv-t- lii. PiI!or and happy. "Janey," her she asked brightly. day Januarj ; first 'Tuesday in In Miiptlse. 30calKttleAt7ourdniirEiattaor uvmded hlni. When Ids uniform. gaIng steadfast! at her oIwhehh0M replied, "has ex- she leplled. shevoire comber faced that the April inand October, It. It. Wodding cenrrfil atore; or if your dealer ,,18 plained her sounded coldly, with solemn, pleading e.ves. sho felt K "" "' can'ltupplyyou aendliianame hibited tills evening n new phnse of "You me light." ,,nrt from the first County Judge, presiding. and 30c in aiampa nnd vre U Imr '"'llet agreed, "one she tightening about her lu.ut. and end you a bunV proroptly. chnracter. And I don't like It. She should be Vino that n ionl (,eer t0 the others and from them tilend Is ' straight shoulders surged a little. J. P. McCoy, Hartford 1st District E. 4 S. IREV. Bilti'aoie. HI. has showed me that I nm to have no good enough one of ..,. n,,.. .!...n,i.,i.i'r the best neonle." 11 l''1 a foe and spun back to fill ni! Illstrlit W. C. Knott, Center-towa word In the planning of my own home. Her insinuation angeied him; he win now'. We've far too mm h to do!" the mount. wci..fcrl....rawn Mrs. Orny lookul distressed. took his bar and left. It was liuiiilH- - rf,, ,, lU tll0 flKlt ,)f thl! sti plodder "Olrls usually like to plan their atlng :inl District Q. D. Brown. Simmons the town folk I'f TlKPl.'hKUOCLIUX houst," she defended, "pel Imps there lonect that their judgment of shouldw ...i- - ' was verv piactimllt' Kli DlMiict J. U. Murphy, Fords- in the ..j ca,.t ,,,,, CITIKN'sj COAT Is just one ceitnln thing that Janey nn- Mulvil0 WIl, rlllo. he loveil-th- ey. the eruell, ciltl- - ,,opr,.tt! Wij did It have to bo the WILL has s, t her limit on." nth District Sam II. Holbrook, Hart- ml and sinning. She did not send r lPHl , tll0 Mm,y. In bis suflerlng When Jim. stubborn TAKE OUR As a result of standing too close ' for him, and because he felt that he ,, foid. It. V. D. No. 4. determination riot to unonder to owed l ut ,,u:..K"1 !,t ' ' .f ' ".t " ". " ' to a chfcrulcal engine at a fire a Wash- Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, her an which he could . what he oonHldered Jnney's whim, m.,1. ,.-.- , .. " 11.111.. I........,,, "" ington citizen wa spaMered with ...i . .....j, ,i.ll. "lll.HII Sill- - lenuiB. mil- - a wns. miw D JN'o. 2. U. jilwentoil himself from her piesence liuiti' heJI. 'llien she uiud chemicals and water Huiry-in- g ferhrgl nvury. Ills ofllce assistant liumrlnii of 7th District J, Walter Taylor, U In too. suffeied for weeks, June hurileil out. It was late nfieruoon. later voliiiiloeicd liifornintlon. h.Miro he w rote to tho District A T'eaHer.! fcilenee. The Utile house iu Aieady wns Dam, It. F. D. No. 3. l..i.s w,,e eare-a- t "The dames a.e chattering ngnln," '"'"J "'I' neither xouuht out, nor tenanted; e,e rtW,y commissioner dmnndlng that hi J,IU ll""S ItOAltl) OF KDCCATlON ',,utcJ' .voung man said. "Thev a.e hoi- Icont be cleaned t the city's expense ",,;, " T.lt "t fcr WEAK while blue room or .vellow room, wore wi Superintendent- - Mrs. I. S. Maso-- i .. now over MNs Winters' now ' " " vrti .HHI.P Ul Although an unusual letter it wont not to bo thouuht of bearably at all. tilled LUltUO m!XS&yMliS-S- r . "I'omlng. Jennie? Or are voir go- i.... -- ... ...i...ii.i.. i. Convene First Monday in ev rv tkrvc contU- - usual red tane until it Jnnej'b inofhi r and Jim's mother ffifflggSggSg" B to sit there on the ladder nmoi, luT GOHSUMPTIOK C sulted tiwther, (INmaved. corporation euunsul. who month. Mr I. S. Mason, S. S. O. , or her sewing. Day after clay the two n" mPr r""' a" n,",,,? ,'"or t!,A("! roac1"'11 Spcrolary-Treasui- or and "M.v deal." said Jane.v's mother to on .voung women are scon together. He'd give his life ugalii to seu jou declared no legal liability It. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, A r('ulcU relict tor that tired, ruadov.n feelinc her one dii.v. "I wiuit ou to go down thus!" And they weie gone. The the city. Such n continst, jou know, Mr. Laid-lo, 1o Iledstiom's and select a blue nig. coulIis, pains In clutl. nlclit hi mot It. F. D. No. C. set, cast a last glory of so stunningly unexpected. Hut sun. almost rlutcf, weak lungs or con.umplion. If it doer .Fnther s(.(s hlsvvn.v now for us to re- I window, WOULD UlbOULsi: Ll.rilSLATOP.S W. H Cnron, Vico Chairman, Hart- Bolbelp you 11 coils you DOlbinG. pale sunshine through the don't blame Miss Winters.; the ace furnish m.v upper ft out loom." ford, R. F. D. No. 3. setting all the boIJy beirles glowing. Lock Dox 616 And "Jim," begged Mrs. Gray dif- cepted set of L'ljliidge aie a nnnow, The girl on the ladder sobbed unheeded. Nat Lindley, CQntertown.'R. F. D. 1. OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMDU" O A bill Las be n introduced in the fidently, "would jou mind stopping at speculating lot; taken together or An Virginia legislature which would Suddenly her figure stiffened. o Otla Stevens, Heaver Dam. onr singly. I know 'em." Tledstrom's this noon during , Wondering unavoidably, Philip was uncanny feeling Ibat she was not "a luxurious sot ot artificial Claud Henfrow, Dundee. lunch hour' There Is n .vellow riM alone crept over her, and she lifted Kuiiulnntlnus. member in order that I have arranged tn buy. on his feet. there whiskers" for each "Tell me." he demanded, "where does her face lroni her hands. There nt to prevent holdups by lobbyists. For Common School Diplomas The salesman will show It to oii. I'd USELSV-VER-LA- X the foot of the ladder was a mail. Ills tills Wortli girl live?" Fourth Friday and Saturday In Janlike jour Judgment before having the t the And the clerk told him. Philip had ! face borc a hrr",,tJ st'r rug sent to the house," uary, and Second Friday and SaturAND KOUGR HAH HOLL-TOl'- S "eok-a uiri.i cnmson scar: nut The salesman at Hedstrom's wns dllliculty finding his way there, the ,lic et'-- w,"' tne M,l" cU'ar p'es School girls using powder or paint day in May. To be held in Fords-Yjll- e, becoming Impatient with Ills apathetic house was so small and unobtrusive; Beaver Dam and Hartford. ,,,u '""" s sweei or wearing "rolled hoso" will bo discustomer. Jnney, listless, pale, view id for hick of paint, so hidden by twist- - lnu c,lm "s "rl,, For Teacher h' Certificates Third ed old trees from the roachvaj'. "Jennie 1" lie whispered, brokenly to missed from tho Central high-schoHut one IndirTeiently blue rug after May, Juno nnother; she was wondering how Jim Tay Winters iwns with Jier chosen the staring girl. "I Just couldn't help at Lonnconing, Md. Principal Smith Friday and Saturday in Except notlco is coming. They wiinted to wait until says that only two classes ot women and September. friend. , could so persistently avoid her and The filend sat a neatly shabby lit- tonight, but I couldn't. I wanted to uso paint or powder extr ruely ugly ! glvon to tho contrary the latter ex If he had known this queer longing ;i In nn Inexpensive gnly see. jou so!" Ills hand crept to bis girls and old maids! aminations will be held in Hartford. ache, which constantly possessed her. tle creature "I'm horrible to' look nt. A gruff voice nearby caused the snle-mn- n covered chair. The cheery light from cheek. OTIIKK OFITCHHS nn open stove shone on the two girls' Jennie . . " to turn with a start. R. F. Keown, Tnv Commissioner Pccltrlcht nil tho time. Don't lay oS The girl crept down the ladder, nnd "Something In .vellow," demanded faces. What had been the topic of Fordsvillo. from work for days by taking calorae Jim. His eager e.ves met Jnne.v's "In their conversation, Philip Laldlow giusped thu mun by. ids shoulders. Survcjor C. St Moxley, Fordsvillo when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x keeps yofl could not know; but It was evident "Where hnvo j'ou been all this t!mo7 In blue I menu," be nmended breathllepiesentatite Ira Jones, Whltu on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtroubi that neither ungenerous criticism nor Way back In the fall of 1017 jou were only In blue lessly. I'm Interested le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl Run. rugf, understand ; I hnve no wish unkindly suuulse had left that soft reported missing. Where did jou go? tako anything else. You can't afford HARTFORD glow of sympathy In the young worn-en'- s Why didn't you como back to me? I've it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sytv to ever see n jellow rug ngnln." The Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. ejus or touched their lips, with waited so long!" tern and relieves constipation. $ A nat fcnlesrnan stnied: His llslless cusural remedy, naturalln its actions, sura Major W. C. ITlankenshlp. tomer was suddenly doe ut this queer gentleness. Hut the sad story of the German in us eitecc ana certain tn results. 1) "I wnnt .vou to meet my friend, Muy prison camp and hospital, and the young man's elbow. "Andjis for me." Council L. H. nishop, Secy. won't bo long before Lio. Vc-La- x will to shatter the girl's Ideal of tshe laughed back softly, ".vou nn roll Worth," Pny snld pioudly. To him, ROCKPORT completely displaco calomel in everl up nil your blue rugs. Mother may alone, she udderl, "and she Is u good himself were not told then but Injer home, Cliildren can take it freely an3 Robort L. Green, Judge when the sun had entirely set, and those her own. Why, nil the things friend one of the best people." with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guar Leo W. Phorson, Mnrshall. As Philip Latdlaw clasped the hand the Inst sunbeam bad departed, leavanteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Non I've been making during the past Edd Cooper, Chairman. of the woman he loved, as Ids ejes met ing the two by the ladder close genuino without tho likeness nnd BigrW weeks nre jellow," she told Jim, hapturo of L. K. Grigsby, For isulo bj " W. H. ninckhurn, Clerk." pily "the sunniest, cheeriest Kind ot hers, true understanding came to htm. the gill's lips ngulnst the bear I ! And disappointment Stilll" Mason, Treasurer. vanished forever, yellow." iocesKKMaoraMMceMMMMKMMKaa 122, Western Newspaper Union. I'hlllp Laldlnw was bitterly disap"And we will hnve n blue rug In the pointed In a woman be whom women finest room," snld Janey, "liecaue mother loves blue, nnd elie will be had heretofore failed o Interest. Almost, lie had given, up t,nc shy hope of coming to visit us n lot." young ninn opposite moved un- marriage, nnd a mate who would satThe isfy his heart, when he beheld 1'uy ' comfortably In Ills chair. CopTUhl, 122, Western Newspaper :I3)oa8C8aa)Macoaxcaa8' iil 1122, toy McClure Newspaper iwenxy icars- r. J. rrf . V T nsimv .- A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of y Syndicate It all started that beautiful suiihikt night in 11H0, when the little clubhouse wns tilled to oerflowlng with merry, Inughlng joung people whose minds hud not jet adJuFteil themselves to. the dark shadow of the war that whl looming oer them. The music was throbbing plaintively, nnd it strangely alTccted the tall jouth leaning npnlnst the porch rail, pulling n I fits entirely 10 TANLAC It has made a new man $1.75 " -- --, iav :. lEIeetri Bitters I ! J j 1 . l,,.. !'" i 'ong-coniimi- .... V This? , . Every Woman IVanls t j I ' form-parti- cular I 1 w:i-Sh- perfec-mother- li ji a g tilrf-rnltri- n DIRECTORY , "Good-night,- s Mothers mr" use fijb X f &evls rM Yeriraiue tenti-mon- Ml ' ' , i " i m -C- ,,, YOU. ,l, ,.ol., .. , '" r Mm , REMEDY i "WW.S hI ! tl.n.h a.w3?f V ed FOR.OiME MONTH kui-als- pro-vld- ''" s ol For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation, , Ii " I ' ; Bunipus Dy CLARA 1 XL ' JULIA Sam Wa HAD AID" SOMETHING LirCURGUS DID NOT "BELONG" Old Gentleman Wrong In Classing Him as One of Ssven Wise Men of Greece. aeiier Halt "Chatted About Oem Clothes." Forced to Adjnit That Hli tt) t,,,.,, "" f:.9. - C. HOLMES NrwuiwitxT SrnrtlrKtr J9J2. by MfCltire E iicres to the eastward. Idyllic her upon the windowslll, purred I5uiiiiu. Slie stroked Idtn mid cmillded to lilm her troubles. "It might Imvu been very different with us, Humpil, f .someone lind nut ericd so fearfully." tho irord"?, "To err VI Is huinnn," flitted Into her mind. Her face brightened. "I'll do it, Humpuil Anything Is better tliniK living ii useless existence because )m hates omehotly. Hjit oil, Dumpus, Anno did wrong me so spite-fullShe tuny not have Indented the unreasonable falsehoods; hut she fdieN persuaded Cnrlton Hums Into believing them. Because I was MMiltlve, I wns hurt terribly; r, 1 ran nway to free Carlton yes, ItuinpiH, I rnn nwny from lilm," slie concluded, bursting Into sobs. "Anyuny I'll send Anne a Christmas Erecting," she continued, rllnulng to 3ior purpose, "but I can't buy anything out here. Vhn nm I to do, Itiunpiis?" A moment after Martha bad asked tho question, the cat Jumped down from the wlndowslll and ran for the loft stairs mid Martha followed lilm. Ilumpus stationed hliflself vigilantly t the eaves. As Martha glanced iiroiind, her nttentlon was caught by n trunk which lind not beep opened since ber sister had died, more tlinn Stephen Hunter I.ove of Salt Lake n J car before. City, prominent in the beet sugar In-- 1 VAST TREASURE WAITS FINDER "Poor Unit's gowns ued to fit Anne dustry of, I,'tnh and n member of the Grant. Anne has heeonie lini'iver-I.shefood administration during the war, Hidden Somewhere In the Sudan Desert Is Osman Digna's Store : It seems as ff he Is being was In WtishiuKtoii for the sugar of Cold and Ivory. punKhed for her, Jealous Intriguing," hearings before the llniince committee of the senate. Mr. I.ove has a great rcnsoneil unsopblsthated Mnrtba. . In my travels, when a young glri "I c.ui't hear to near thee pretty gift for story telling, nnd "Is particuthlnss; I wonder If I can wriiiiile my- larly fond of Swedish 'stories, his I till- -' In Ilgypt nnd Inter In the Sudan, in self to five Anne this lllc kimono," tat Ion of the Scandium inn dialect be- IsmailJn, I met with n woman who bail lied from the .Sudan during, the die faltered, lifting u beautiful gown ing well-nigperfect. It seems thnt recently n picturesque war with the r.iltiib. She was related from Us place. Then she Mit down to write a note, old Swede employed In one of the to the once famous 0111:111 Dlgua. the tint her hum) trembled and teardrops sugar mills thought to himself that liinhiH'.s general and most trusted She related jhe following, he would not mind having a little drink friend. fell on the srrlpt. translate: Icir Anne (Jrant Tho Baiikvllle or two nfter a particularly hard day's- which I year Omali Dlgnn used to Kcry III luck. So he bled himself to a bootI work. News says you line-hatake CO Sudanese men und load tliein want jim to know that I am sorry. I legger of his acquaintance. up with h ory, gold und precious stones "You got nny that squirrel whisky, nm mulling you n Christinas rcmenb which the uiulidl obtained from traders Iirance the kimono Una never was Yohn?" he nsked. "No, I haven't Sen," replied the from the Congo. He led these men In able to wear. Linn wns fond of you. "I presuino jou guessed why I liquor merchant, "but I can give you n march which lasted three days Into the wilds of Khartoum, to a mounturned cynic I tried to be kind to n little old crow. How 'bout that?" THOSH KISSIXG BUGS. Sven thought for a moment ; then he tain where was his cache. When everygrandmother It crushed me com7 thing was put In safely, they started pletely when folks gossiped, nfter she shook, his bend. "Nay-da,- " he said. "Ay don't want oft" to return, but halfway another lind gone, saying that I had abused "What would you say If I kissed trusted man, named Mahouioud, met you?" to fly Ay yust want to hop a little." her. I suppose I wns Oman Dlgua .with a hundred men, too, In regard to Carlton; but I assert Washington Post. "I wouldn't be la a position to who killed everyone of the men used now, ns I did then, that I liked Cnrlton speak." Topics of the Day. When that to carry the valuables. for himself nlone and not for his heirHealth Habits for Children. ship to the mill property, ns Cnrlton Health Instruction und its result in deed was done they returned to the The plaintiff yas decidedly fair, wns Jed to believe wns true. I nm the formation of habits, Is the sub- mnhdl, wultlug' for the next year's plump and alluring. The jury bad staying on my blueberry fnrra. In ject of a dally record of health habits caruviiu. Osman Dlgna consequently was tho been out for half n hour when tho memory of I.Inn and Christmas and for every child In the schools of Washour own early friendship, I nm truly ington, D. C, according to the' United only mun who knew the cache. When foreman asked a word with the Judge. wishing you, nnd all the old friends, States bureau of education. Hlanks arc taken prisoner he was dffered a large "Your honor," ho said, "the lady is marked nfter the morning dally lni sum of money to conduct a party to the suing the gentleman tor $10,000 for a happy Christmas-tide- . spectlon by the teacher. Each school place but he absolutely refused to a stolen "Your once confidante, kiss?" day a mark Is given for the pupil's speak. The last I board of him he was "Martha IJrndwell." "Correct," answered the Judge. still lingering in prison In Cairo nearly Martha courageously went out Into observance of such habits as brushing are to decide It It was worth It.' the storm to carry her letter and the tcetb, currying a handkerchief, blind und Insane. Montreal Family "You Herald. "That's just the point, your honor. keeping a good posture, tuklng thirparcel to her mail box, which was Tho jury believe they need samples ty minutes physical exercise. Thirteen nearly n mlje nwny. When she Washington Post. For Twenty-Sevehcnlth hnblts are noted. At the end to decide." Cents. she passed long hours In of n montl a rating is given to cor An unforeseen interruption of travel wondering how Anno would the gift. Ky noon the postman respond with the daily record, and tlm occurred on the West side elevated "And when I kissed her I smelled cnnie, hnvlng put himself out of his sheet is sent home folded around the railroad one morning lust week. A tobacco." report curd, to be signed by the pa- short, somewhat stout, middle-age- d wny In ortfer to deliver n letter. The "Youobjecttoawomanwhosmt'Uhra rent und returned. It Is expected thus woman nniblln; her way to thedown-tow- n message was from Anne. "You object to a woman who of the home plJtform nt Ninety-thirso'glnd to secure the street ".My dear old chum We nre smokes?" to hrtir from you no one knew In Inculcating health habit. Children dropped her purse, as well as her "No, but she doesn't smoke." showing extreme neglect ure referred ticket, In the box. whether you were living or dend. You to the school nurse. The son of Krln whose special duty Sydney Bulletin. some gossip. Will you kindly mention It Is to see that tickets are dropped rolled that there were others amIt Sounded Excessive. in the bos trldd to extricate the bitious for Carlton's frlendsMp ns well Harriet Some terrible things can An Indianapolis accountant, who U pur.se with a wire. 'He fulled and as myself? We nre sorry, you were so be caught from kissing. deeply hurt. Do you mind If we plan of English birth, snys that when he then the woman wanted to try. The Frances Yes; you ought to see arrived In the United States several ticket .seller vcus called out. n sleighing party, and drive over when yenrs ngo, he did not propose to per passengers were held up. tho poor worm my sister caught! Potential the road gets good? ' A crowd collected. Variegated re, "I nm sure you never will regret mit himself to be Imposed on. gave his hand marks enlivened the occasion. FinalWhen he Innded he having shown so genuine a' Christmas H5 If I should kiss you would spirit. Tluit this may he your happiest, hacgage to a porter to carry to a ly ii mechanic wus summoned. He you scream?" hotel. When he reached the hotel, he took the top o.f tho box nnd recov-eremerriest Christmas, Is the wish of She Yes, but please don't mind nsked tho porter what the charge wus the purse. It contained 27 cents. Grant." "Anne. that. Legion Weekly. carrying the baggage. Travel bud delayed almost un "Happiest Christmas 1" Martha's eyes for 'Two bits, sir," wns the porter's hour. New York Sun. filled with bitter tears; the words Boy to his Dad Dad, can you sing reply. were tilled with hollow mockery. "Now look here," said the traveler, your namo with your eyes shut? Church Treasure Recovered. anger, Suppressing her Marthn "I'm not u green Englishman like you Hi's Dad Certainly. An Italian ice cream dealer In atwatched the snow begin to fall. When think I am., I kuow your tricksv I'm Boy Well, then, shut your oyes Christmas morning dawned, Marthn going to give you 50 cents nnd you'll tempting to dispose of a solid silver cross for ?G0,000 in Glasgow disclosed and sign my report card. ' wept again n loneliness. have to be satlslled with that. It's the whereabouts of n Thirteenth ceno Suddenly she sprang up. Someone nil you get." tury church ornament worth $500,000 was knocking loudly, and she dnre HISTORIC BOX CAR PASSKS which disappeared several years-ng- o not open the door to n stranger. Tho Emotional Old Flahter. from tho Chuicn of Hurgo Collefa-gato- , came to the window. Intruder The first steel freight car Intio-duce- d Tex lllcknrd told the other day of a near Auulln, Italy. The evl. "Don't be nfrnld, Martha; for Jupiin the South, used by Shormuii was given to old 15oh deuce presented In court wns to tho dinner that' ter's sake, let me In 1" ho commanded. Kltzslnitiions at a cafe hi Fourteenth effect thnt tho cross was one of the as an ammunition car in his advance She was sootliPd by the familiar street. The bunch got together nnd most valuable antiquities of Italy, und on Atlaata, was destroyed at Hollow voice; mechanically sho opened tho bought the warrior n huge, wus thought to have been smuggled Bock, Tenn., by tho accidental explo door loving cup. Johnny out of the country by tin art collector. It takes something more than n Pollock presented It. After about the The ice cream vendor's effort to sell sion of a case ot dynamite. to. deter n Yankee. northeast blizzard they drunk them It at u $00,000 llgure uroused the suspitenth whlbky Herbino cures constipation and re"Hullo, Martha," ho greeted, "aren't straight those days Pollack flashed cions of an nntlqtiurmu because of regular bowel movements. you going to welcoino n fellow who the cup on the emotional old fellow. Its greater Intrinsic worth. The Ital- establishes lias wallowed miles to get to you?" Fits stared, at tho big and gleaming ian contended thnt It has been In tho PrlcoCOc. Sold by Ohio County m She let him seize her almost iniinl-mat- e thing. Then he glowered at Pollock possesion of his family for genera- Drug Company. hands. and yelled: "Now, dnnindt, you've tions, that It hnd been lost In the t "Mntthn," he bantered to dispel her gone and mndo me cry 1" New York earthquake nt Messina and hnd been 7 KILLED, 0 INJURED bewilderment, "honest, I am real nnd Correspondence ot tho Kunsns City recovered by him from the ruins. IN POWDER EXPLOSION human, even If I am covered with IciStar. cles. Anne sent for mo to tell mo you "Perfect 36" Is No Morev Birmingham, England, March C. were here. ,She was trying to tell me Tho perfect U0 bust Is no more, writes Find Pure Amber Deposit were killed and thirty something about somebody's grandWhat wus formeily considered dross a sartorial correspondent. In the days Seven girls mother, tho great Jupiter knows what, In the mines ot the Coalmont col- of her prim, before flappers owned severoly injured today in an oxplo-blo- n I don't." of powder, which they wero relieries, Nicola, 11. C, bus been dis- their own cigarettes, she flourished. Martha, forced back a flow of tears covered to bo pure amber, the llrst Now she Is gone, forever. In her place moving from cartridges at Tipton, a .nnd Hashed Carlton one of her windeposit of the kind ever found on the Is tho willowy creuturo with a llgure bhort distance Northwest of Birmingsome smiles. She thought Just then North American continent. Tho dis- like u boy und dresses ham. The faces of ths Injured girls about her memory gem: und, looking covery Is credited to M. S. Oliver of that ure suspended from sharp shoulby the powder bedown to the furry bundle on the Hoor, the Oliver chemical process syndicate. ders. Tho fashionable llgure now, Is were blackened, yond recognition. ho effused: It was formerly believed to be reslnlte. smuller than the HO, more undeveloped. at the Tho disaster occurred "Bumpus, Isn't Anno Grant Tho stylish girl accentuates this thin, There ate lurge quantities of Knowles factory, which recently pur wisp,) appearance. chased 160 tons of cartridges from stood nt Ilic window of Iter "hltieberrj" enbln, watching Hip skeletons of iiu trees being sdinttcrod In the fircuiiilicr pile. It wn only four days before ChrNtmns, jet .Miutha'a heart wns us desolate 11s Hint forbidding wateland stretching Mnrllin CotirtellllV Dlliwllldliv nviTHtlvo nt The 'seven w1m men of Greece, the Nntlbiinl Child Health council, told whtwe mime nnd sayings have conio the following story at the meeting down to ns from iinthpilty, have been or the Monday evening club. It belongs distinctly scrondnry In renown re to (be great fund of I'amllv stories of c'Ktly to the several score wise men which each home has its share. f '"' nntlons gathered here in the i Ills fatll llv llllil ii colored woman conference on the limitation of ninia- of the mime or .Tiilln. wlm did the luent. wiikIi, Hut the ancient wise men nre not according to Mr. Dinwiddle, ber husband transporting tlte clotheJ forgotten. Here nnd there are men h" "d front lionit'. One night be stnrt- - vho treasure the sajlngs which those ed with-- n big htindle of freshly washed worthies handed down to us. They clothing. It lind been raining nnd nre kivn on the proper pronunciation there were puddles along the street. of their mimes, unit know to a deThe unfortunate man slipped, the gree In which Grecian state they lived. One" of these scholars enme In lust bundle hit the street, opened up, and Its contents went Into n mud puddle. week to settle it dispute, says the Needless to sny, he couldn't deliver Washington Star. Several of his the wash, und he bated to take It friends, In whom the (Iiip flower of back home. But he was forced to 'earning hnd not withered any more than It bad In him, were disputing "face the music." A week Inter the colored man nhont those seven wlo men of Greece. "They could only think of six." deshowed up nt the Dinwiddle home with the clothes spick and span. The clared the gentleman, nodding his family, of course, had found out what white bead. "I said the seventh wns had delnjed their wash and were pre- I.ycurgus. Am I right?" The seven wise men of Greece, jiot pared for Sam. That worthy, however, did not say hating figured In the news for n few yenrs, It was no easy task to locate a word about his mishap. '.hem. Hut a fat volume llnnlly gave "Sum," ns!;ed u member of the family, "didn't .Iiilln have anything to say them up and I,jcurgus was not In the nbout the clothes when you had to list. Hilts. Chllo, Cleobulos. Plttacos, take them back?" Thnles nnd Perliinder were the Sam grinned. "Julia she done chatted nulte a seven wise men. Kvcrybody remembers Solon ns the man who got off while about deni clothes," he that really tremendous saying "Know Star. thyself." Cleobulos Is credited with a good one too. "Avoid extremes." This AVIATION NOT HIS OBJECT latter Is the famous "golden mean" of Kplcurns. Swede Hnd His Own Reason for Re-- j "And to think I would have put Jectlng Offer of That Partieu- Lycurgus In that list t" exclaimed the lar Brand of Liquor. old gentleman. So-Io- rI fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. blank: deeds, mortgages, cfia, IK STOCK. You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try .an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. If d h artf ord Print! og Cofipey -.INCORPORATED j d HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 4 sus-pensnc-cc- n d if explosion blew off the roof of tUc down Systems. A Blood Purifier building. , and System Builder, made ot herbs and Iron. To introduce Stones' Specific we will give a full size $1.00 box free. With your order for one FOR FLETCHER'S Wo - box of Stones Specific. you make 2 to Icnow. medicines and we Want Stones Specific will keep you weil. Willis What is the solution of our send check or money order for $1.00. present industrial chaos? Your money back If not satisfied. GIUIs Labor must come down, This offer will expire March 10. capital must come, across, efficiency 1922. So order this blE Bargain to- must come up, and taxes must come (jaj. Samples free. off. Judge. D. XV. STONE 3IEDICINE CO. Marlon, Ky. "I thought you had broken your References Marlon Bank, Marlon. engagement with Charlie." ' Ky. 33ki "I did, but you see his father sent him $5000 Teddy What time does the tide, "I sea." Houston Post. come In, Mr. Fisherman? "Why, you young rascal, I've told AVOMEX WATCH LEGISLATION Voit'four tlmeb 'already. At 5:55. Teddy Yes, I know; but I like Tho women's Joint congressional to se your whiskers wobble when, committee is scrutinizing all bills In you say "5:55." congress. However,1 It can take no . Sport Jenks bet his wife $2 that action ejther way without indorsement by organizations "back homo" he could hold his breath longer than which tho members represent. she could hold her tongue. He won. the government. The factory employWHY BE SICfc? ed more than fifty gtrl3, who were engaged in the task of removing the Thousands of people have found metal portions of the cartridges prior STONES SPECIFIC the medicine to the melting of tho metal into in- they needed for Rheumatism, Stomgots. Tho explosive contents were ach, Liver, Kidneys, Chills, Colds, La The Grippe, Constipation, Weak and Runplaced in separate receptacles. Children Ory CASTOR A " and" bi-e- THE, "OLD RELIABLE" - THEDFOROS BLilCK-iUMMIBH- T Wiile Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Com and Go But The "Old Reliable" Tliedford's Black-Draught Came and Stayed. Sour stomach and to her friends and sick headache can be relieved by taking neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks,-It aids digestion, also Jackson County lady, said: "I am sslsls the liver In throwing off Impurigetting up In years; my head is pretty ties. I am glad to recommend Black ford's Black-Draught well-knoBlack-Draug- Dutton, Ala. In recommending Tlied- feeling after meals. and do, to my friends and dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." came and stayed. I am talking of ht Tliedford's Is a stand white. I have seen medicines and reme- Draught, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- a liver medicine we have used ard household remedy for years one that can be depended ht up- on and one that will do the work. "Black-Draug- twelve-year-ol- d will relieve Indigestion witii a record ot over seventy years of successful use. Every one occasionally needs something to help cleanse the system of Impuritjes. Black-Draught. and constipation If taken right, and I know Try Insist upon Thed- - or I tried it. It Is the best thing I have ford's, the genuine. (ound far te U, uncomfortable At all druggists. v I HS QUEER "HUMOR" AT WEDDINGS Ii , BLUE SLIPPERS By MILDRED Uapjtlttlu, PII Willi Ordeals Undergone by Bridegrooms Some Parts of Scotland and In Old Austria. ) grrT7 if ! In 1 N WHITE I iH. II xoioooAO VVwtem Nrwemnr nivn Jiltujhmi-j J. Cnrlton Siuinder.s came to ills feta WUllC. llu Klll'VV from till' 0110 of sister's voice thtit slu- - Mini spoken 1 sum, nn ijiiJiiirui " i Itcforv, uml li.iil boon Isnoi ml. "You asked, my ilwti' lio ques- tempted to live, woik, and worst of all, to got about, n shoit time nco. The possibility of reaching one's destination was ascertained only by the laws of probability and chance. Pile engines called by duty went thiougli the pilch-blacstreets pre- u'ded by u mun on foot with n Ian- torn. Hushes adopted tile lesson of the wagorl trains that crossed the Western plains during the gold ru-- li nml trav- Bled hi convojs of nine or ten, also led by a man on foot with a light. The busy trallic centers wore marked by from four to ten huge acet.vlene torches which pierced the surround- atftse.s? lug darkness for not more than fifteen A tap on the door. Carlton turned feet. Accidents were Innumerable. guiltily. A woman's face was raised Prince Henry attempted to motor from Jo hlb her eyes were as blue as the , London to Whlttlebury for a hunting illroy cloud on the hanger, hut they engagement, and after narrowly es-- 1 were not the ejes of a joung girl nor railing two collisions then decided to jet the calm gazing eyes that Eliz- ' spend the night nt n halfway house. abeth would have recommended. A freakish Incident occurred when "l am nfrnid I left some of my be- two women, lost within two squares of longings In this room," the sweet-- 1 home, were directed by a blind veteran laced, woman said. "I had decided to whose misfortune made him imperrcaupy It when the clerk discovered vious to fogs in a district he knew by that the one I prefer wns vacates!, ' heart. h so uiey carneu my grip in mere, i am sorry " she paused, mid then at Nigerian Products. lils bow of permission, gathered up A Nigerian trade review shows that way! ' Arr nppnrel and Weill oiT he? In making the llnest SVidSPtJfealll of springtlufe remained. goatskins used boots, go inulnly to the American Ylien J. C.irTTon went Into tiie dining market. Piilm kernels from the south, aldl nt evening, lie saw the young worn-iYorubalnnd, are extricated seated alone nt a secluded table. especially by band. Before the ffv liked the plainness of her blue from the shells to Gerserge in ess, which was such a different war most of the kernels went Client consequence nlnlnriiiic frnm Tiilln Willi's nr Ills sits. many, whence In ......., ' to import n large proporler's; and he liked the piquant lint j llrllnln hml oil required for making tion of the As He that she becomingly woie. kerparsed" down the coirldor to his room, I margarine. The oMoit of palm is over JOO.OOt) tons, while that W him nil unaccountable feeling nels oil is over 100,000 tons. The of relief, to hoar the woman at the' of palm oil supplies woik for men, us the keriull desk address the lady of the blue . women. It enters Into the loud .is "Miss IXuby." Miss, then nels lor of soap and candles. The was not married. He speculated maiiiifactuie she tho tin oie production Is behe bent over his wilting. value of Wiut her, tween one and two millions sterling. .lohn CarlTho usually miiUor-of-fne- t The dlstniice of the tin Holds from the fora could not wilte; ho'could not take is a handicap to the tiade. Hall0.1 work; he decided to retire. waystexpansion iold of his has iiiade things easier, feet, lay j And there on the lloor nt his the light lallway to H.ikura, built for ;i pair of timill blue slippers, quilted the purpose, having pioved most sittln slippers wllh ridiculous Huffy upon either toe, So, she had lornpons iirgottcn these, they were the sort Old Man's Marital Philosophy. of slippers a Clml'Veila of past dream- brldcgiooiu started A ni? mfi'lit have ilosen to slip on 111 the firelight. The following morning bis sixth honeymoon walking p.ut way fiom Winona, Teiin., to Cluchi-u.il- i, no sank Into a chair In an adear-ol- d Ohio, witli his twenty-sK-- j and opened joining "coffee lls paper. Spiiii'line iloated provoc-Vlvel- y bride, ns an example for other young "Ninety is a lot in.irileil couples. nriHind lili, lilac and spilngtl.tie. To very blue more sensible ago to get married at young like res smiled over I coffee cup, oppo- than nineteen, said. a lot of themnian U "When a snip" do," he site. "(iood inoinlng," Rreeted the liuly r( ninety ho has good sense, so lie don't make mistakes. 1 stinted marrylu' llu- - blue cloud, "think you for return-liwhen I was tw out) three. I'm suit J my slippers." getting used to It by now. When ou Ml travel," she O'd him upon their ll.inl clinnco lile.iU.ist together, "tot haven't had mine thuii one wife vou Imported linens. don't know anything." Mary June, u linen company. his wife, said it was love nt first sight. My knowledge In that lino was m.v after ir.y "He met and married me In nn hour," Hie clinnco lor rather died, it's a good business, hut she said. "He wanted some one to do That's thu housework and 1 said I would take it U'HVes me honu-Ie.sThen he asked me If I the Job. draw buck." "I liuve a hom; " CarUoii said wouldn't marry him." iiiusuigly, "an old place, with bushes Sharing Honors. mound It." -Not," asked tha woman eagerly. tieorgu hml long the huge American ling which iiit INue liHsliesV" was illsplu.M'd across the street on the Cnrlton noddeil. "How 1 would lovo It," she different gala occasions. Ills father had now made him happy with one just like It and It Iloated "I am old," he answered her Irielo-tttutl"1 was iiioiiinlug over my out splendidly. Mild bend this morning." Out on nn early morning call Miss -Soiiiuch " asked the ludy oppoS of tho house ncross the street site, "tlmt you quite missed the clear was nskod by George w bother she did outh of jour eycsV" nut think his new Hag wonderful. When Kllzulieth and Katheiino . "Ho "Yes, Indeed," said Miss S u telegiiun some days later, they you know why your Hag Is up this Mured at each other In speechless week?" (It vvn O. A. II. week.) amazement. Very earnestly, ho leplled: "You "Slurried," read tho brief message et, because yours Is." Iidlnnapolls 'rom their brother, "bringing "y Ku News. bguip with ue." j j k ' n I . I . tioned. "When yon nre going nvvny," Elizabeth retorted, "Isn't It about time for one of jour trips?" Cm Hon unswoii'd, "1 ought to be In Now York this week." lie frowned; It wuh diplomacy to pretend tlu") business trips a bore Mid u bother. Olhcrwl'io, the two elderly uud dominating MhUth who .vero his housekeepers mill iviiipiinlous, would feel themselves tiiciilod of thu participation of ii pleasure. As a matter of fnet, Carlton Sunn-dorIn the urnsy rouhne of his small town homo, lookoil forward to llioso escapes Into nn outer world with seand enjoj incut, cret anticipation ftllzaboth mid Katherlno weie good oistcrs, minojlngly anxious conueriilii his wilfnre. solici.7. Cnrlton nppieclatotl tlu-l- r tude, while he fi cited under tho constant surveillance, there woie those who insisted tlmt the kindly limn might lout; :i;o have rejoiced In u home of his own with n wlfo to share It, had It not been for Elizabeth's ami Xutherlne's rule. Hut the brother In his heart refuted this. Were his sisters not bringing before him constantly possible applicants for aintrliiiony? "Yes-he nnsweioil Ellnihetli again, "i must be In Now York this week." "Wo will paik your valise," ICutlioriiic wild, "and don't forget to wear your lubbers." But when in: walked Into the New lork hotel u few ilu.vs later, he had left, unconsciously, his habitual dllll- deuce at home. Ills name on the regis- ter was signed ineiely Jack Saunders, The clerk bow id In greeting. "Can't give you your usual room," ,ie explained apologetically, "we are filled up." Tiie room tho bellboj usboied him "rto was comfortable enough. Hut as ie turned to place coat and hat on the ftanwr, J. Saunders stared ; a Winy riuo cloud of .something had forestalled Jnm theie. While all about the small room was the Indollnable fragrance of that mjstlcnl roinanco, whle'i he had jnlssi'd. LUiie, or lily of the valley or just sweet spiiuKtiiue what was the allndlng odor which enchanted his. "s," s. I In parts of the Scottish highlands there bus long been In practice a icroiuoiiy called "creeling the bride groom." After a niiiiiiiue friends In h.ind. Tliev take the luiilo-rnctie on his buck a creel or basket and llll It with stones. Then ho Is forced to walk will) his heavy burden through the entire eonitiiunlly, followed by men to see tlmt he does not drop the creel, even for an Instant. The bride e.ui ransom him by coming out on the street and kissing him In public, hut If she Is a shy person the bridegroom must make the full rounds with his basket of stones. The ordeal Is made worse for (ho muii because the con ductor of the ceremony Is the last person previously married, and he naturally takes revenge by making the creeling severe. IA widely followed custom Is to make the bridegroom light for his bilde In a battle sometimes mimic, nut ns often ipiite stern. In parts of old Austria this was dramatic. Im mediately after the couple appeared from the service they were surrounded by young men in masks who tried to separate them. Once separated, tho husband had to tight to regain his wife. If he was unsuccessful he had to pay ransom. Then to make matters i worse for the brldu as well ns tho bridegroom the wedding "feast" In cluded enke nppetlzingly mixed with cow iinlr, egg shells and hog bristles. Man mid wife must e.it of this cake to bring good luck to their cattle mid poultry. i CM JUW i'0Ki!rw.--Ws.Sif- IjSKHiUKy - niy &" OSv "v 'rjiiTnliiv i '--;! 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TkW-- wmmig&'w n s iwmifA Saw wmMX&y?A mj w a dms&S5H&2&t- - 1 j - 5hp i DELIGHTS OF LIFE Fog IN LONDON Frequently So Thick That the Strongest Artificial Light Cannot Pierce It. 'JO We will Receive a Car of Samson J i The worst fog In hi mosphi-r- years wns when In fWO.000 London tons of soot woie suspended j the nt- -' In which 7,000,000 people at- - Tractors This Week You that are ' ' interested in purchasing a farm Tractor should look the i Samson over before buying. This New Samson has many improvements over the first models, and we think when you see this machine you will find that we have the best farm Tractor on the market for the money. ' ACTON BROS., , HARTFORD, DEALER - KENTUCKY re I I ! J nlnoty-year-ol- g a magazine article entitled, "Rome stepping on a nail, which went deep-- 1 lowing day in the Lone Star cemetery, i Wo extend Mr. ly In his foot. our deepest sympathy to Heads the American Legion." Arthur, tho 17 year old sou of Mr. the bereaved family. In giving up tho McNIder said religion is of no conChurlle Curtis, died March 2nd, of dear boy, just lu tho bloom of sideration In Legion membership. pneumonia. He was burled the fol- Legion Washington, D. C. On March 4, American membership was 10S.OO0 more than Armed with fenco pickets, doughty on .March 4, 1921. New members staged a bloodless bullhave Joined at the rate of 6,600 a day since January 1. These figures fight in the Jersey City stockyards to have been given out from Legion raise funds for the American Legion. headquarters to refute the statement The nimble matadors had to Jump that the organization is losing mem- the fence on several occasions. Jerbers because of Its stand on adjust- sey City, N. J. Indianapolis, Ind. ed compensation. Disabled emergency officers of tho The American Legion has won the World War would bo retired on an, first suit In Its history, brought to de- equal basis with regular army offl-- 1 fend its name. Judgment by default cers by the terms of tho Bursum bill, and damages were awarded the Le- sponsored by the American Legion. gion against Fiancis H. Shoemaker, The bill has already passed tho Senalleged radical worker, for statements ate. Washington, D. C. made In a speech last December, TAX NOTICE Shoemaker was quoted as saying that The 1922 taxes aro now duo tho Legion is "subsidized by big Inthe Bs terests," and "opposed to organized City of Hartford and must be paid before the first clay of April in orlabor." der to avoid tho penalty that attaches 36t2 sunset of the first day, 500,-00- 0 on that date. Before D. S. BENNETT, Collector. daisies were sold In tho American Legion's "Daisy Day" drive thruout Foot-Fitte- r IIOKSK AND JACIv SALE Massachusetts for funds to 1. Ip unFour daisies employed At auction March G, 1922, on 12 brought ?125. Boston, Mass. Stallion months time, one high-bre- d Three Sensible Styles and Jack. Will sell privately if "It will bo blovved up!" the police received this at Centralla, Wash., ENGLISH--MEDIUM-F00TF0- RM DR. L. B. BEAN, Hartford. SHAPE threat against the erection of tho Am-- Legion memorial building, to erican FOR SALE bo dedicated to men shot down by alAll in Mahogany Calf W. W. mouthers in 1919. leged I. 10-1- 6 John Deere One Centralla, Wash. AMERICAN LEGION NEWS HAPPENINGS V Edfflond's Shoes for Men d. it To attend an American Legion Initiation, an Oregon rancher tredded 35 mllos, 18 of them on .snovvshoes. Wounds reculvod In Franco did not check his determination to "arrive". Bend, Oro. Disc Harrow, One Oliver Cultivator with disc and shovel attachment. E. E. BIRKHEAD, CKIlAIiVO. much as $10.00. Edmonds " SHOES for Men compare most favorably with shoes that sell for as "FOOT-FITTER- Tliree-year-ol- il d y. Making expenses by selling chew-In- c Mr. Frank Tlchenor of Evansvllle, ii walking cum. an Chicago to Los Angeles to got was tho recont guest of his brother, from Mr. Lee Tlchonor unci Mrs. Tlchenor. "It's a Job promised him there. aro scarce." ho ' Miss Ora Everly Is spending several miles, but Jobs days with her cousins, Mr, and Mrs. says. Emporia, Kan. Cecil Fulkersou, at Nelson. Mr. Isom Landrum has bought and Tho longest wireless Jump ever was recorded when tho moved to tho farm recontly vacated mado at sea by Mr. Wink Combs. Mr. Combs lias hteamer American Legion, entering picked up a message 'moved to Paradise. Buenos Aires, Rev. F. A. Sanilors failed to fill from a ihip off Honolulu, 7.000 miles his apnolntmont nt this place SunAires, S. A. Buenos distant. ' day, on account of tho serious Illness worships Ooil is his ot his baby. "How a man sutfored a Mr. John Chancellor own business," wrote Hanford commander, auavverlng 'very painful accident Saturday, by Legion 1,-5- 00 The praetcal shape, sturdy build and general makeup of this particular line of shoes, and their moderate price, makes this an idea man's shoe for any kind of wear. SEE WINDOW . ' ," Price $7.00 , CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. I