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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, PAN-AMEHICA- Subscription $1.50 per .YwuU FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1922. NUMBER 18 f V f , 7 V It Is credited In Washington, how-evo- r, nny payment bejond her capacity. (BRITAIN MAKES U. S. TO with Having prevented at least WILL THE TOBACCO "And what Is within hor capacl- QUP rAnDV nPAWrYVI I DIVtt.nJ-1. two Central American revolutions, tin ni1ilt. h ahnulil nav. I MEET IN CONFERENCE and with other Important contribu POOL GO do not stand (or any policy that TOP? AT CONSERVATIVES would say Qrent Britain must pay American Unci Forced To Take On tions toward peace. Liquor To Obtain Clearoc America all her debt, but that she ance INipers. WAKIl HAIll'KH oxnet nothing (rom Germany, mutt May Be Step Toward Close! Only Few More Days Before from France or from 'any body else. Attack Leaves No Way Out I am for fair piny, but we must have Wnshlngton,, Oct. 24. In requirAssociation Of WestMies Lena Oma tyard, of tho , Doors Are Closed To ing Captain Pendlebury of the Amercommunity nnd Mr. Odle D. It for our own citizens too." But "To Spread The People. ern Opportunity. President Adams to ican m Harper, near Hartford, surprised War," He Says tako on boad fivo gallons of brandy GIVEN IN 'POSSUM HUNT their ninny friends by going to HONOR OK MISS COOKE In order to got clearance from the Saturday October Ind Washington, Oct. 24. Wide pos- 21st, and getting Port of Plymouth, tho British Hoard Midnight, October 28 and tho married. A 'possum hunt was given by n of Trade fired the first direct shot sibilities affecting relations between The bride Is a daughter of Mr. and doors of opportunity for entorlne th London. Oct. 25. Formor Prime way of retaliation for tho en- all countries on tho American con- Mrt, E. C. Ward, and Is an estimable Dark Tobacco Minister Lloyd George opened hi number of tho young folks of Hart- by Growers Cooperatives -ford, Wednesday night In honor of forcement of the Volstead act against tinents may be Involved In the Cen- and popular young lady. The groom Association .will havo been closed, campaign In London today with a - foreign ships in American ports. American conference called to Is the son of Rev. and Mrs. R. T. for the present tral fighting speech to pii enthusiastic Miss Margaret Estha Cooke, of Vlcksyear.. Will they ba December 4 Harper, an Industrious and populr sealed with This view was expressed today by meet In Washington 'meeting of tho coalition Llberr.i burg, Miss., who Is the guest of hor something llko united among Shipping for tho discussion other young man. Ho graduated with the effort, with tho aid member of parliament, throwing !tor..Mw, John P. Taylor and Mr. operating officials of the of hnnds willingonloynblo lunch was Board. It was predicted that many things of a plan for limitation of ar- - class of 1921 from the Hartford High ly loaned by you? down tho gauntlet to tho conserva Tnvlor. An Tobacco growers ! served In ttu woods by the ladles. similar shots will be fired as time maments. school, and Is now engaged In teach- ns well as business man? We saw tion whoso ntnek on the Into governdig up old In Latin American circles hero to- ing at Alexander. Olr.' and Mrs. a report two or ment, ho declared, left no nlterna- -' Thoso to enjoy the occasion were: passes and other nations three days ago from, Misses Amelia Plrtlo, Florence NcW laws nnd insist that they be enforc- day the opinion was expressed that Harper will for the present resldo at a school district In the extreme uplive but to "spread th,o war." I Har- ed. tho conference might prove a stop to- - tho homo of the grctams parents. per end of the County wherein thee , Tho Welshman stood by his Man- son, Anna Rhea Carson, Amelln Shipping Board officials expressed ward tho formation of a nett, Mildred Stevenson and MargaWe extend our heartiest congratu- total acreage wa3 given as 52,; chester speech of Saturday, relating C'. 'Association of Nations. no surprlso over tho reported action his Intention to support any party ret Cooke, Mr. and Mm. W. lations and best wishes to tho newly-wed- s. wlthonly two acres signed up with Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Ileavrln, of the British Board of Trade,- - taking I It was pointed out that the agenda the organization. .or povernmen' .JUMiiIng a policy of Evldeutly that has the same as outlined In Secthnt district had not been worked to a Tace, economy u:nl teidy prograM, Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Riley, Messrs. the groundenforceBritain laws as the of the conference, retary Hughes' Invitation' to the Cen- htr 'neither revohi'l.m.iry nor renctlon-.tir- Parke Taylor, lllrkhead Barnes, J right to WILLIAMS vory large exttnt, as wo can't bclievo WHIMMOUSE tralo American Powers, Is of such Glenn Barnes, James Glenn, Elijah United States. that all of those growers would .have Chnlrman Lasker up to a late hour scopo as to permit discussion of any Miss Louise Whltehouse and Mr. still been out. 'Won are confronted" ald Lloyd Thomas, and Edward Duke. had received no report from Captain subject of mutual Interest to the na- Rufus Williams were Joined In mnr-rlaGforge, "avlth a very Important Believing with all our r.ilnd that Pendlebury and did not care to dis- tions participating. In view of this, not merely the future BIG FEES ALLOWED In Owensboro, Saturday, Octo- the affectne association 13 the. cuss the incident for quotation until and because of the recent suggestion of thoao here and those who support IN STILLMAN SUIT in possession of all the facts. From of Chile for a South American treaty ber 21, Judge R. L. McFarland per- salvation of the growers, their only forming the marriage rites. The bride chance nnd prospect for securing a tho country but a decision which afbrandy mentioned by on limitation of armament, and the fects tho Intentions of country llfeolf Baby Guj's Gunrdtiin Gr.mted $25, the quantity of Is a daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Ed fair price for their toil, it Is certainly gallon to movement In Uruguay for a the American skipper one Mr. discouraging to see so many remain"That Is a more Important matWhltehouse of lower Heflin. 000 mid Referee 922,'JOO Lasleague as a peace treasure, each 100 steerage passengers ter, for us nil. 'Ono chapter in tho Williams was formerly a successful ing out of the society, notwithstandBy Justice. re- It would cause- little surprise in govker assumed that tho British law Talstory of the politics of this counfarmer, but for some time he has ing the, fact tnat It Is conceded by evquires this quantity ou board vessels ernment circles here If the Central try Is for the moment closed. A s, been engaged In the general mer- erybody tho required Plains, N. Y Oct. H5. Whlto 'American conference made at least chandise business at Heflln. Ho Is aud morethat safely within for possible medicinal use. new ono U opened. Whnt Is print- Supremo Is the pool. It Court Justice Morschauser to say whether he tentative suggestions for a later genLasker declined ed on that page will dopend largely yesterdny awarded John E. Mack, one of Ohio County's most substanwould be so much stronger and so all Latin will Issue any additional Instructions eral agreement among on tho attitude wo adopt." much safer to have all within tho-folguardian of Buby Guy Stlllmnn, $25,-00- 0, In view of tho experience of the Pres- American countries. Naturally such tial citizens. -- . lie counseled calmness and courA few scattering purchase's, of defending ident Adams, for his services in Apparently he agrees a step would be dependent Upon the age. the 1922 crop have been made hero- nfflnlnla ttiftt success of the Central Amotlcnn con PROBE COMPLETED if i tho Infant against tho charge of 1- Willi inO OpUIHllllB ..!. ram uill.iaio "I havo seen parties destroyed by legitimacy brought by James A Still- and there and very good prices fravo tho right to eu- - ference which la confidently expected Great nritaln has ... BY HERRIN JURY been offered. Of course tho blindest personal resentments," continued tho , . ... man, millionaire banker, In his suit force her .lows on mm suujeci. lii government nnddlplomatlc circles former premier. I have- seen parties Tor divorce from Mrs. Anno U. Still-ma- n. and most stupid whether he opposed Incidentally, a limited quantity of In Washington. Impotent by personal rerendered t Return Final Indictment Xctalng or favored tho organization can Mr. Mack He also allowed To Detil Willi Land Armament. liquor Is still carried on American sentments. I have seen their Judg48 As Slayer; 134 True those buyers In opposition have which the guardian reported ships for medicinal purposes, but The Control American conference Bills Reported. ment deflected, and for that reason ho In mind whon they go out and offer had expended In Guy's behalf. presumably tho President Adams will deal only with land armament, they nro not making tho contribu ,1 fair figures for scattering crops ""V,being The court allowed Referee Daniel lacked the required fivo gallons of since none ot the five countries Marlon, 111., Oct. 23. The special tlon they ought to tho well Had the pool not been on-fGlcason, who heard the evidence has a navy. Treaties resulting grand Jury, which todar resumed Its the people for whose prosperity wo 'J. tho cas0, colnPcnsat,on at tne ra,e good brandy. it is safe to s&y- - that the sales ,n wlno from the conference might well proThe Italian laws require that We will not Investigation of tho Herrln. mine kill already made, would not have averare deeply concerned of $150 a day ror us nays uuvoiou be served to steerage passengers. It vide, however, It was suggested, that ings after a month's recess, late this aged more than 40 or 50 per cent of make that mistake, whatever hap- . nf was suggested In one quarter that If none of these countries should at any afternoon returned an .Indictment pens. Wo will consider the land to . '" "" the sums contracted for. Still ther ' Justice Morschauser also signed tho Ship Subsidy Bill passes and re- time plan naval expenditures, except pernaming forty-eigwhich wo are deeply attached first , vn.otrnlav say the are doing very well and refinal order In Still quired that 50 per cant ot Incoming for necessary police work In their for murder, the sons, announced It had completed Its maining out. Yes, they are, maybe, Great Britain first; any party, even mnn'a Hlvnrrn null.r llftnvlllST him a ...mum Immigrants bo transported In Amor- - waters. own, second, and oven last. our ,. t Involved In the work, and was adjourning. This but who is making it possible? Had . .ittfAMi, nn.l ... f 1fmlnc- a Iho IntHtlnincv . f -- . !. 1 owira ...111 Ih. The land forces mil 111uiu,.; un" who Stlllman had al- - ican snips, ino milieu makes 434 Indictments the grand you thought ot that? And is thero-no- t For National Unity. of Baby Guy, are afoul ot the Italian Central Amyrlcan discussion motuatoiy a duty, somewhere to be perour policy. Wo InfTOf! In lift thQ SOU Of Frederick. K, . ..... CM.!,.. An,l.n ulilntl ... u u small compared to those maintained Jury has returned In connection e with "Now that is nm,l 111V , VII 1. :,v. ...n... . twenty-threIn which formed and kept? Shall I profit by have stood for national unity, that I ueauvu-- , Indian gulde,t who was fierve v.,ne tq Itallan steerage pas-i- s In South America. The largest au- tho rioting my neighbors' work and actions,, or The order (fonKers or not trnnsport them. Just thorized regular army strength Is men were killed. unity of all men, all creeds, all j nanieii as corespondent. Those indicted today wero charg- rather should wo not profit by unitparties and sections for the purposo hold that stlllman hdd Tailed to how the 50 per cont required by tho that of Salvador, with 7,500 men, with the death of Ignace Kublns, ed action? To us tho path of of all, of wlnnjng thwar, nnd Mrs. stlllman guilty ot adul-- j ghippjg uin to be transported on backed by a Torco of 23.000 trained ed the last victim of the rioting to explain. Wo havo no quarrel, , forwards extricating the. country i teryt but that Stlllman himself had ) , h,J)s woui,j reaca this reserves and 170,000 untrained re- pire, who died since tho grand Jury .. Urn nMuKII-Hfl- l (llf fttltfntt ' t as a matter of course, with those nr1l1ntr ltVl country under that condition Is lis serves. ..I1. took a temporary adjournment thir"It wns not their fault." declared piorencc'Leeds, former show girl. hnj an authorized ty days ago. Only n few wltnseses who sec differently. But what a Guatemala clear as mud. complete union of tobacco Mr. Lloyd Georgo to'hU hearers, "lf counsel for Stlllman had fought In tho opinion of Shipping Board standing army of 6,000 nnd aproxl-mate- ly wero hoard today, nnd they are said . ., II. . .. .. .!.,. I. n .1 nvtciAn nnd ,,1I,V .. . growers would most certaluly prove-- , ( An n r1ann f ... .. ft II11 ttra.r11v a party mcuuii wu aunt" mm u.n.j jj,0 graiuini; Ol comjJeuoaiiuu iu 86,000 untrained reserves; to havo told of wounds Inflicted on the way to success and stability had been tor tho moment broken. Mack, contending thnt he was entlt-b- e s0 extrGino as t0 demand the wlth-le- d Honduras 2.900 regulars, with about Kublns, and which aro said to havo would thereby be completely paved. counTh& war had been won and tho only to his taxable costs in tho .drawal oI a our ajpa frora the 43,000 trained reserves and 21,500 .,. ., , resulted In his death. nA Put It up to your neighbor, don't fall rnntAntlPfM trans-Atian-try was getting through Its troubles CUBU, rriu... .Inn xuki uiou irane raiuer man cum- untrained; Nicaragua 2,000 regulars before to see all of them, It Is a duty yon. Circuit Judge Hartw?U in poaco gradually and throughout otoason's fees were "exorbitant.'' w with thn nriuh lnw rpnulrtne and IIS, 000 reserves trained and unwas returned, owe no lcsb than the duty tUey worm reesiaoiisumuni ami out- oojecnona shins clearing from British ports to trained; Costa Rica 500 regulars as whom the Indictment jn disposing ol tuese tno lth .financial dlf- - justlce Morschnuser recalled that'lt have on board a gallon ot brandy to the maximum number In poace time, cxressed tho opinion that the true ought to perform.. It may bo uncessful grappling bill Is Illegal becauso It was returned pleasant, but battles are- nover won flcnlties was being accomplished. jiiad been shown Stlllman was willing every 100 stoerage passengers. but which may be Increased to 5,000 a the September term of court by a w without fighting nnd good things "It is vital that wo should not 10 8pen,i money to "purchase- In case of war or Internal disorder, grand Jury Impinelled by the July rarely ever secured except by persisof tho Eastern trans- - u0nce(" rfif errlug to letters alleged our vlow reserves and 35,000 term df court. Stato's Attorney Do7,000 first-lin- e POOL IS DISCUSSED tent and arduous labor. jl(lve nuen written to Boauvls by actions to weigh against the coun-t- o untrained reservists. . ty expressed an oppoilto opinion, and try's Interests. This Is tho thing jIrs stlllmnn, for which Stlllman V. S. May Av,Ume Liability. ho would appeal to the State EDUCATIONAL BOARD stated While WalthiR for Grave To Bo Dug tnat mniiers ui ..mo uckiuuiuk, ui i I pgid jib.oou ,, , . As sponsor for the Central Ameri- Suprsme Court If the Indictment was CANDIDATES QUALIIY In Caldwell County. me inuu. M enu, nuu an .t. .1 can conference It Is regarded as pos- declared Illegal by tho lower court. expressed doubt as to whether. AUTO CltASHKS INTO Ho The In- sible In some quarters that tho UnitIlopklnsvllle. Ky Oct. BUGGY NKAUrOWN Petitions hnve been filed in tho the conservatives alono could wp office or the County Court Clerk, terest lu tho Dark Tobacco Growers ed States may ultimately bo asked to SUltPRlSK BIRTHDAY GIVEN fabric, the Institutions and fend the MRS. MOLLIK O. TICHENOH nominating the following citizens, as Association' is so groat assume somo liability In connection tttv. and Mrs. W. C. Wado of Mc tho principles of tho co.untry for . candidate s'f or places on tho. Ohio iiun.v nnrrnwiv nscane'd serious Iu now that it has penetrated nearly nil with any pact that might result, cal-faced death. which millions had Mrs. Molllo O. TIchenor, who re- County Board of Educaton: Otis Jury Sunday afternoon when tho bug- -. kinds of meetings ami boen tho tonic ciliated to ninlntaln peace. Natural Can't 1'Iiul Differences George said he was irv hi which they were riding was f,. illartnonlnii ivh.fnvni liellllli pnllin ly, the moral Influence of the- - Unit sides, with her son, L, B. TIchenor Stevens, Beaver Dam; Robert Goff7 Mr. Llovd ed States would be brought to bear j and Mrs. Tlcbonor, 'of near this city, Roslne; Dudley Westerfleld, Beda; unable- to explain the reasons for struck from tho i;ear by tho uutomo together. Hut probably Caldwoll county Is should any power signatory to such was given quite n surprise Friday, and Will Langford, Select. Ford, son of Joe Ford tho breakdown that ho was perplex bile of lUchnrd ucct-doTh ve .Tr two vacancies to bo filltho first county to joully report un a pact bo Inclined to disregard it. Oct. 20, when a nunjber of friends ed when he tried to find what the of lower West Hartford. The on the Centertown association meeting at a funeral. Iu It Is suggested further that the con- and relatives gathered qt the TIche- ed, Mr. Stevens, above mentioned, happened differences wero. Its nor homr for a reunion, In honor ot and W. R. Carson, of Beda, having-bee"They nro not to be found lu tho pike n'short distance from Hartford. an Isolated section of that county re- ference might proposo to make without Injury cently the crowd, tho corpso and tho dfdsions as to armament limitation her 81st birthday anniversary. Thoso appointed by the Board after Rev. Wade escaped decisions of tho cabinet," ho continudegree upon tho to enjoy the occasion were: Mr. and tho last election to serve until tha contingent in at the but Mrs. Wado received a rather undertaker nil arrlvtu sometime I havo' looked ed, "and Mrs, E. C. Balrd, of Shtnkle Chapelt next election In room of two mora-be- rs tho grave was completed: So nssurances from the United Btates speeches delivered ns an Indication painful out near ono of her oyes. and who had resigned. Those who government and perhaps slight body bruises. Ono while they were standing about dis- first, that no nggresslvo move against Mr. and Mrs. Hoscoi Bnlrd and lit of the policy of new wheel of tho buggy was torn off, tho cussing matters of interest, thu sub- any members of tho Central Ameri- tie daughter, Mary Ktholene, of Clear are to bo elected at the coming NoI am Btlll inoro perplexed." Wudo ject of tho proposed tobacco growers can group by any outside country Run, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Rowan and vember election will only serve out , Jle thought It hardly, worth while vehicle turned over atid Mrs. organization was brought up. Speak- could go unchallenged by tho United daughtor, Violet, ot Shlnkle Chapel, the unexpired terms of tho two who lirenklng up the great national com- was thrown lulo the ditch below, i ers had not boen lu that section and States, and, second, that American Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllo Bishop, of Cen- resigned. bination that had achieved so much KILLKB MY no one soumed to kuow tho detailed good offlcos at least would be used tertown, Mrs. Oma Turner and Mrs. 4 In p;ace In order merely MINER IS In, war and PRKMATUUK KXTLOS10X plan to any great extent until thfrun- - to support the pact within Central II. T. Hnlbrook, of Concord, Mrs. CIRCUIT COURT IN to, substitute Lord Salisbury for Lord I 1nM4nlf.H tlifc 1WII0 flAltt America. Plummer Bennett, Mrs. Eugene Alswim A nn SPECLMi SESSIOX Ualfour as lord president of the No hint baa been given as yot as len, nnd children, Martha Joan and posted. Ho The "premature oxplosion of u Springs and well council, resulted in tho death of ' bogan diking and was most convinc to what plan ot action Mr, Hughes Blllie Waldon, of Washington, Mrs. Circuit Judge, George S. Wilson, Ho said Hut In order to follow the Inc "shot" E. Jarvls, at Nebo, a mining town ing; practically every man present might havo to suggest shouW be, ns Flora Stowurt, of Boda, Mr. G. V. has ordered a special session ot the policy of tho country, "we E. traditional City, late Tuesday af- expected, ' open tho conference Dellruler, of Central Orove, Mr. Ohio Circuit Court for( Monday, Oct., must stund for moderation In the ktar Central Minn tn tills section expressing himself as convinced that 1....,,., If,, the association was a good thing for when It meols in December. There James K. Shaver, of Llvermore, Mr. 30, for the purpose ot hearings in foreign affairs and work treatment ot rrom Eldorado, 111., with his wife tho farmcrs qny the lack of cou Is some fueling however, that a natu- Clayton Bozarth and utco, Mary actions of equity only. Two or with our allien to tho best of our hlin. trac!t wn Laura, of Hartford, Mr. John Mar- thro? days will probably see the end prevented a large sign- - ral aud direct outcome ot tho tho grent and six children, who survlvo power, but not abandon woll might be a proposal to vin Bishop, of Centertown. Mr. Os- of the special session. Relatives of tho deceased from El up on tho uput. British pollcy for .which this counyes th'b Central American car Bishop of Owensboro, Mr, Chesmust not dorado passed thru Oiyensboro try hos always stood. We Mrs. Blantou f Ellld and little Court ot Justice to weigh disputes ter Bishop nnd daughter, and little Mrs. B. M. Tanner aud infant child terday, to atttnd tho funeral which, , bo tied bohlnd the chariot of any othcity, between tho fivo nations and aid In Miss Ann Acton, of Winchester, Mrs. of Portsmouth, Ohio, arrived in tool; .p'acu yesterday afternoon, In- - daughter, Vlrglula Bradfleld er land." ...... l.nt,., In Ihn ftftHial phllrrh ennnt ffnm Catuvflnv until Xfinrlriv peaceful . This court Leon Bishop of Hartford and M,r. and Hartford last Sunday to visit .Mrs. settlements. fin the nuestlon of reparations Mr. near that p.olnt, Oweiuboro Mes- -' in Taylor Mines, as guests of Mr. nnd lapsed" by time limitation ot the Mrs, L. B. TIchenor and son, Erton Tanner's parenta, Mr. and Mrs. T, Lloyd George said thora should be agreement creating It some time ago, tU., ot Hartford. rt. Bean and other relatives. Oct SCtb. M. Ed HuChe3. impose ou STRIKES 1 anlr WItt. I 0VR No-Cre- ek Blan-kenshl- p. y. . on ge an - two-third- 1- - 11 seo-wha- ," ed. ed ooi ... -- ht .... -- -r. ... -.- 1- rn & .,. duty-appear- s lite-sav- er .ull.n ... 1 A ... i - evl-alo- o . 1 nt bo-fo- re i'o i Bo attemptto a.rr !". ii? 4M 'ii-wni- fit himself a committee of ono to see FLOATING MINES Bundle Of Slick 3BHHBiHHfc that no coal Is delayed for oven ono """ ot smaii sucus were in:unnecessary hour. III1 f,rst known, mean of actually kecpIJIvJCJ VI IMPERIL SHIPS This is tho substanco of a message lug track of tho pasage of day, and to th6 public recontly announced by ' oven today somo . American Indiana President 0. II. Mnrkhnm, of tho Ilkop flvo bundles of thirty sticks, Death-Dealin- g linois C ntral Syr to in, Explosives rojScillsl Advance Theory pulling out one stick each day. Tho Tho ttntoment points out that the Yet Afloat In Baltic Inst bundlo Is prated In each half OF Egypt's -- Also railroads nro confronted with the Vn rt wiuu UHf)a u(,, uu liiu Illiuyi..r km nvttn ftllt,a ,,n nn.l t ...l.l Trade Routes task of moving this winter's Bupnly Pyramids. dle bundle Is jplft In two -t equal jof coal to consumers in nbout five groups to determine tho approach of months loss tlmo than in normal midsummer and midwinter days. In years. In addition tho demand for By Harry L. Rogers. the FUJI Iilands tu "moon stick" V2PtsSCitiRtnn, Oat. 21.- - The Washington, D. C Oct. 21. Ex transportation of coal comes nt the was used, on which a notch marked You Th: calendar, from the day3 cept for the taxes, the war Is over for time of the heavy movement of farm the waning of each moon. vaUMWannri wouldn't count ooly from mos-of the people of America and crops. Tho Hebrews evolved a Ordinarily, tho transportation of Mfea' so&tay, thru the tlmo when tho Recently a man traveled 3000 miles, asking yosr when Jacob set out stakes from Europe. For the crews of ships ""sdT'.tV.iUo present tlmo of an plying In tho Baltic Sea..howover, It coal is partly accomplished during this question of "dirt" fanners in many n central position In a lino to the tho summer months, ahead of the was reckoned as a month states: "What Makes You the Most horizon to murk whre the sun rose might almost n3 well bo In full blast. heavy 'aswaawiTltersally used time counting and traffic occasioned by tho moveIn omo respects,' Indeed, these sot on the longest, shortest and Money?" The answers, just as they vcrc anarrn, it? u romnnco of tho history sailors would be better off If the al nt' nt of farm crops, but tho coal median day of the year. given, will be published in a ecric3 cf articles "aZamai "Piecing together the few treme ages given to earlyTho ex- lied armies were still at grips with miners' strike from April 1 to August Bible beginning in nc;:t week's bsuc cf "ftlrawm :intts of the calendar' life tlie Germans on the western front, 22 this year caused tho sidetracks worthies wero "tfiso, scientists have 'found dlffer- - ing "moons" as attributed to count- for in thoso days, they received fat of tho railroads to bo crowded with years and later five voniSvittirrctnllons uses for and bonuses for braving the dangers of thousands of Idle coal cars. The and six months as full years. mvtfftrnowii facts and Yemalns of torpedoes and floating mines. To movement of the coal that should Ona of the means used by the ear have bom transported during tho fWAvrWa. ly priesthoods, to impress the masse?, day they drivo their ships thru fields 3SWr Instance, according to Moses of drifting mines and nro glad of summer months and the heavy trafit was explained, was the secrecy atfic occasioned by the harvest of T3i..'iEitnwnrth, writing In a recent tending the determining of the sea- the opportunity to get a berth oven year's farm crops probably will this 7HiSMs:Uion nt the tax wages. sons and years. Sacred rods used at ordinary 3fe&fta. UTn- - tv the facilities of tho railroads during Egyptian Treaty Not IWIlInl. to measure the shadows by which the the next few months. 5yGTr.c1.MaK wsre not erected by early No mail-ordstatistics these, but downThe Treaty of Versailles time of year was determined, wer To help meot tho hea"y demand, varrautrilh vif that realm as monu- lengthy and complicated provi right tested facts that should help you Jealously guarded, ajid when on tho . itnt&ttxii fhelr greatness nor as tombs the Illinois Central System has purmake money, too. set date, the priests measured out on sions for ridding the seas of the chased worth of new but were huge sun tho ground of floating mines planted the lengths of the shad- thousands teresting poultry article, by And because the marketing equipment since tho first of this year eb3!Kr f )i tho aid of which tho situation is still acute, thu Harry R. Lewis, which will ows, the ceremony was accompanied during tho war, and to n certain exe statement declares that with of tho equinoxes was captivate every owner of a same issue will contain a study tent these provisions fare ben carby great show. flock. I've mentioned only of perishable vegetables, unlu load and the calendar devised. ried out. Reports just received heie 100 per cent Today, In .Borneo, expert calendar der the heading "Cabbaccs three of more than a dozen ing and unloading cars no ono who TO."h Torainlils wore construction features In this one issue. Let and Kings." makers among tho Dyaks have secret from American consular representa Is depeudent upon SaivinnixliiTiiatldnns and astronomers, tho Illinois Cenme have your order for a year I Then, there's o mighty in measuring poles. They travel over tives in the great ports of Northern tral System JXfcr. V.olnwirlb for transportation serholds. Thy size, tho country setting up measuring Europe Indica'?, however, that in vice should suffer for lack of coal VtJitAfA arid .slopes of each being de-particularly the soma localities, 52 Such Issues are Only $1.00 rods and setting In the ground pegs . tii uld astronomy. Each of smaller bodies- oT wVsr tD the. rnrth this winter. at certain distances by the secret rtSJ jfjfli 3n lower Egypt was built The prompt movement of coal cars rods. They tell tho farmers to the danger from mines is practically has WATT TAYLOR never lit en so necessary as at period until the last . as great as at any time during the plant, cultivate or reap when the N n. k. i). v 1. wratViiEcRiriHUo be the more nearly this time. The Illinois Central Sjf-te- rn H pole's shadow touches certain peg3 war. In certain) parts of the Baltic, is moving as many tons of coal jjtudying tho sun and stars in Centertowrr, Ky. tor example, no attempt whatever the middle of tho day. At the l cacaSUjrnkffrfdlan of Egypt. Not until from the mines to Industries, dealI end of tho harvest they return and has been made to remove them. An AutlicriirU Subscription Rcpmrntattve of M B as is possible w2. wras abandoned for a better, he gather Reporting from Hamburg, Consul ers and consumers the tithes of the crops which THE COUNTRY CBULMAN TLE UDIES' HOME JOURMAL with Its facilities. A prompt unload efiOna,TOas a pyramid given over to are "Maurice Walk quotes the Hansa, their fees. (SZUjn-11- 00) (I2ka-J1.- 5)) M ing of the conl and return of tin .!3Siai83 xI a royal tomb. best-knoli nautical So accurato v.'oro the measure , cars of tho mines means that more 3&rvisd to Otst Shallow. n: THESATCRDArEtENttGrOST ' "CStBWyrcinldal form, In conjunc-SUimnrJ- ments of the early Egyptian astrono(S2 imn-Uk "Evru during tho war i: was coal can be transported. mers, according to the writer, that C) The Illinois Central System owns the xibelisk, wag devised to that long aftor its cessarct'0sni7ed icmsEahadow of sufficient sharpnesi they were able to determine to the tion He danger fror.. mines wou'.d .10,667 open top cars suitable .for loading. To 3i3 tiivasnn'd and analyzed day by third decimal point the exact length continue for many years," cays the coal this number year, which thuyset at 365. ,j&ik Washington of the rhe wonderful periodical. "This has turned out to should be added 5,000 now coal tsxirajeenz, sit Washington, IV C, 242 days. be the case at least so far as con cars which have been purchased reSecret of tli .Sphinx. cently. Two tllousand of thoso cars nditSv' shallow measurements round Varjraroignacm i. YX'trrrTTjiyi:ix"jinccxTi and that tho aviators had no lunliie.-cerns the Baltic and the Bay of are now being rtollvered, and delivery Tho famous Egyptian Sphinx is perfectly from base In flying thru Grubo's air, and that In these frequently navigated Hi AimnmsMtn of the remaining 3.0001 has been :ttafc3PsaK. while following the form of neither a monument nor a tomb, Mr. waters larco fields of mines are UtllUiS5 by doing so tho aviators trespassed obelisk, Is too high, he Cotsworth declares, but was design- Ivlnir untouched: mines' have been ' Promised for Nbvombor. in time to and Bible Answers Just ns. much, under the law. as thA tl! If Famit will MMVXirmir rhikf iin f n twtfr tttnSS .to cast a shadow useful for ed and built primarily as another as- torn, lose from their anchors and are tako I)art ' the heavy coal traffic. they had marched across I1I9 place. uulmrtnonu lh UibU A Aawen, f t will prove .see-terIn addition, slxty-fiv- o prvcricu nenuLgv ioiuon u aiur ymf. new locomo measurements. The blending tronomical Instrument by which the a constant menace to shipping;. Counrel for Grube insisted that tho tlves which were ordereJ-fas- t saif'b rajs around the top, at sunrise and setting points of spring Jnly gefe aiulii u'mi immaat iTTTt JtmnS? gnmn law had been violated and InSomo Kiclilt ITlcaivri. are now being delivered. tftorx STi.tanee, blurs the shadow. summer and winter were fixed. That sisted on n conviction. work of cleaning up these "The Sniwspsta-- , 0i declared The statement points out tho many the shadow measurement was not so accurate a3 mines has been pursued lndutri-JU!)-lThat was a rowr for the rural Jus'urrav.-isetho observation To whom and for what sum did tice, a brand new ono on him. Boi lor certain measurements of tho noonday along the coast oC Finland, but obstacles that confront the railroads. & ;prove that September 2?. and shadow, so was abandoned fn favor ho played safe and fined Nevln and only tho northern part of the Hay of and asks the patrons of tho Illinois Judas sell his Lord and Master? &e 21st Is the day of the fall of the latter. ntral System to consider them Matt. 26:14-1Smith jr each. Colo was dischargFinland up to Hogland may tie rcn carefully before framing an opinion I How did Judas deliver Jesus into ed. According to Mr. Cotsworth's- - jeered free of mines. wsniaf3x. j to why tho capacity of the the bands of the chief priests? 'EA jjyramia was- the result of tho theory, tho early Egyptians were fac- - ing also has been undertaken n tho An appeal was Immediately taken ""RftKJrtnjrs ertnrt to get a sufficiently ed with the need of maintaining and to Juilps Corbctt In Common Pleas Galf of Bothanla. and. tho Finnish railroads is sometimes not equal to Matt. 2C:17-n- fi irjCTjAihatlow to measure tlie months increasing their population to ward coast U practically frosi The work tfiu demands mado upon thorn, What did Judas. cro with, tho mon- Court. ! ey which ho received, for betraying .asiWrtrfijirs mnre accurately, and ' off invasion by the Assyrians on the wiU be continued In the Gulf of THIo action raises tho unusual I ; stUar.r; iis aide his Lord, and what was tho cud of quobtinit of whether tho old legal the early astronomer J north and tho Ethiopians on the Bothnia, between the coasts of FinConstipation. Judas? Matt. 27:3-5- v the. movements of tho south. To do so they had to increaso land and Sweden, this fall." principle that "tho tail goes with tho I ssts33;'aVil planets. How was Jesus crucified? their food supplies. As no more Matt. hldo" still holds good as to whether ino Deginning 01 almost every If Finland has done excellent work q lifcUnuihenge, an ancient monolithic I tillable land was available it was up In eliminating the mlno danger, how- - serious disorder Is constipation. the man who owns n farm also owns If 27:2C-3Where and by whom was tho body the air abovo. to tho ' to them to Increase the yield of their ever. the ttutes bordering the south ymr want to enjoy good? lieaftft Tccep T3BW In Englan'd. ii'ttrlbuted CtasiCte. was another mechanical lands by iutenslve and careful farm em part of tho Gulf of" Finland and yonr bowels regular. This Is best f of Jesus buricd?i Xatt. 27:57-G- 0. m9 After the burial of Jesus what did WMBuj.si-1determining solar and lunar lug. It was then necessary to know the eastern and northern parts of exercise, but sometimes a nredfeine IndlgtMion, Itillounttss, Const Ipattoa it was said, as was tho Just exactly when to sow and when to the Baltic have done practically no is needed and when that is tho caso the chief priests and Pharisees say irawsaase also of sveral other similar reap, and such intensive crops could iniiuwsweeping on 6 large scale. Just you will find Chamberlain's Tablets to Pilate, and wllut answer did he Clrahcrlain's Tablets havo restoruraiunt .stnno constructions In va- -. only bo developed by locating the pre- west of the Important port of Reval, are excellent. They aro nriTrt and" give them? Matt.. 27rC2-'CC- . ed to health and happiness hundreds How did tho chief priests make cise points in the seasons. purls of Vhe world. In Esthoufa, for example, lfcs a great gentle In their action, easy ami pleaswho wero afflicted with indigestion, Precise knowledge depended up- mlno field entirely untouched. This ant to take. Give them a rrtal. They suro tho Sepulelini In which the blllotwness T& primary reason for tho calon- and constipation. If you nt body of Jesus was placed? Matt. 27, are troubled In ijrjfofmrft? days was the need of on study of tho sun, and as tho field extends northwest into tho ter- uniy cusi a quarter. this way givo tnom GO. vTiautclun'. when 10 sow and reap, how Egyptians had neither telescope nor ritorial waters of Finland and in a a trmt. You are certain to bo pleas-r- d Who was the- first to announce the VJtiiYtfcKMilo .cattle and to determine Jim glass observation of shadows was westerly direction to the Baltic. As OPINIONS OF AMKIIHU.V for they will benefit you. m STATESMEN OX 1'IMTCATIO.V resurrection of'Jiisua, and to whom To have better bhadows the- nath. .two or thre miles wido .Axai!ftT propitious 'days. All peoples, developed. : o was tno announcement made? Matt. SD1T pyramid was gradually evolved along tho cost of Ebtlionia, is too "iht-'i'- v Mi'i- supposed, used the periods of the I " 2S:1-S- . Tho good education of youth clptr.Maun as their longest time space, as a hugo sun dial, and tho nod was danKerous. it Is not used by Finnish l OX WAIl COXTIMOT esteemed by wise men In all After Jesus the Christ appeared! Three crops of certain ships, which keep to U10 north and Pwatlif was varied "and unequal thru fulfilled. grains are still harvested in Egypt. west, In the waters or Finland and ages as tho surest foundation of the to his disciples, what command did Saaifft'jir. .Noah, it was said, adopt Washington, Oct. 20. Suit fur tho happiness both of private ram'ilies he give thun? Matt. 28:10-2- 0 In Central and South America the Sweden, A large German j recovery or $451, 188.12 was filled by oittiBn isirly Egyptian calendar of a ' Benjamin fleet Is occupied in clear- and of commonwealths. 3vi. BMOJih year, thirty days to tho Aztecs Mayas and other early civiliitho government at Cleveland today When the chest feels on flro and weeks, as a zations also devised calendars, such ing this field at tho present time. Franklin. against tho and three ten-da- y Promote then, as an object of pri- tho throat burps, you havo Indiges- Nippur Alius, Clovoland Brass audi. - as the Aztec calendar stone now In Jmrow way to ration the tribal supTho Soviet government, with its Inc.. and Its sureties, ' at Mexico City. Being dream of developing a great foreign mary importance, institutions for the tion, and you noeil HBKBINE to got the Fidelity and Deiioilt Company. tho so much closed to tho equator than trade Is much disturbed over this general tftffUhlon qf knowledge. In rid of the dinagrfeable feeling. It' or Maryland, tho Department or Jus-ti- c drives one lntljy digested food', tho Egyptians, the latter's form of problem. In the near futine a. con proportion as the stnrcCard of a govannounced hero. ernment gives force to public opinion strengthens the stomach and puri-- t pyramid obborvatory was impossible ference wjll assemble in Tetrograd Tho suit Is Tor claims ngalnst the fles tho bowels. PWco GOc. Sold' because an increased auglo of slope to discuss ways anil means ot"cltar- - it is essential that public opinion Cluvoland concern In with s ' ...a. .1.1 I... wnoc..i,. nmt tlilt, bo enlightened. ln. George by Ohio County Drug Co. mjI war contracts for connection n ,.- - inir th mines from the inner pact of should ttuilju IJU u;.i.osn J HI1U w. metals supplied fi possible to build then. Their open tno oulf of Finland. Tho Bolshevist Washington. for ordnance Shortly after tho Whio and Judicious modes of edu- - AIK TKKSIUSS CASE step pyramido( then, wero only capa- -) foreign trade authorities ara eager At.'AIN UP IN COUU'P armistice, tho company gave n serlos bin of determining the year's length to establish an unimpeded roato to cation, patronized and supported by of notes in settlement of certalu of the BGGth day and not the frac- Petrograd as quickly as possible, so iJMUiiium.ii.a, win uraw logeiuer uie Plinxsutawnoy, Pa , Oct. 21. The claims iet up by the government. Tho tion of the .ICGth. that ships may corno and go without Mint, of tho rich and thq poor, among itiiiit unusual tresnabs suit In thohtu- - company. It is alleged, dofaultod In f I s dangor. This action, thoy bollcvo, whum It makes no distinction; it will tory of tho state of Pennsylvania 'ntorOEt aB well as payment of tho was (WNADIAN WHEAT CHOP will, do much tp aid In tho revival of cultivato the natural genius, elevate recently concluded in its initial N1'3""" socond notes maturing the soul, exoite Iaudablo emulation GHEATEST SINCE 11)1.1. Russian trade. Louisville Herald. in tho office of Justice of the s''cctlvo1 January 1, 1U21 and 1922 tir excel In knowledge, piety, and Tlle Kovernmeiit asks for 11 nt Peuco C. C. Rowan bore. It since . tienovoence; und, finally, it will re- Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 21 Tho avAn Asfocnble c!'ui of a mortgago lion against to 11 higher court on appeal. 1U patrons and benefactors by erage wheat yield per aero for nit " About throe yoars ajo when Ijwnid Ideutenant Harold O. Nevln and tl10 ,,lant of tl10 Clovoland company Canada this year, according to tho was suffering from a surero cold on hcddlng its benign influence on the I,con Smith, conducting aviation Th """ Wu3 bro"ht m tllB United of tho my lungs and coughed most of tho public mind. John Adams. preliminary crop estlmato flights In this vicinity, p.iBsed ov8r,Statos l)liiirlc Court nt Cleveland A system of gouoral Instruction Iiomlulou Bureau of Statistics, is tlmo night and dny, I tried a bottle ul "opartiuont announced that tho farm of O. P. Grube. near town. seventeen, and bushels. ()f Chamberlain's Cough Remedy which shall reach ovory description this Is first of a number of aim- r citizens from tho richest to Fanner Grube objected lo the men This average Js higher than for any and was surprised at the promptness flying over his premises nnd ho went "ar s,llt8 t0 0Q "'od within tho next l ar sine tho bumper crop of 191R, i with which It gavo me relief," writes I "10 poorest, na It was tho earliest, so bnforo J,,st,co lioVM' sworo ut - IiiiimII. , T" ." Wai contracta bubhoh, tho Mrs. James Brown, Clnrk Mills, N. will it bo tho latest or all tho public when it was twonty-ai- x Slnst ho two named ,8tor' ,y U, dopnrtmant nnnouucod 1Tn,v nnintlior lina linnn Q.trnrla. concerns in which I shall permit my- next hlgliost being in 101G, when It Y vmuiii. in or a claim ror nll0W antl h w b, seventeen 'und bushels od and, pleased with tin prompt ro self to tnko an Interest ' Thomas land had tho "awdovll Hank," Colo nloro thau n hK uiu million dollars on thrso arretted on 11 Jefferson. m an J liighor than tho dccenulul aver- -' lief afforded by this romedy. n au" Btcul contracts held charge of trespass. Thu Informa by three-quartage of flftoun and Turvlas, of Chicago. wero basod 011 the act of 1D05, I,r,BK tlona ' biibhols according to tho burouu. . O. WOUI.I) KEEl' a gaino act, forbidding tresbpas-ilui (,'OAIj, CARS MOVINO FOR FLETCHER'S on land that Is posted, ' . Tho burgar roappiurod from the I Tho fliers admitted In court they "Any moiioy lu his With thu peoplo domandlng coal -had flown over Grube's arm, but his pal iuquirod. For Infants and Children to keep them warm and prevent suf- "I understand you always allow dinted having set foot 011 it, and "Nothlng but a dime, a fow hair- - forlng this winter and with your wlfo to have th'o last word." they pleaded not gul'ty to tho tres- In Use Over Years " , tries demanding coal to koop up pro- "I do," leplled Mr. Meokton; "also pass charge. But Farmer Grube nnd Always bears find some tape." unoiuploy-kaickenil" "Fool! you got hold of his wlfo's ductlou, thus avoiding the first, second, third, et cetera." his eminent counsol liulstcd that tho Boston Transcript. u.eat, every person should constitute Wellington star. farm nropsrty Included the air abovo S8K IT UST plica. CrmrTl ututlLl , r mmm 1 mm ovolu-"Klteii- A What Makes the Most Money? t th Ifie COUNTRY GENTLEMAN er MM HH, k M pnb-Ilc3- Ui CO) (CttjJi-UO- JW J Kin-lan- d. Wfejln-icBKstruc- 'Stej-Sfgypria- i UL- r 6. H I r tg a -3! Mine-awco- p- k S. ini--i?OTrjjl- - - has-bee- mines-weepi- ng mii-Mui- ' Mow smoked ' a million men who love u -- 1 a superior forc-iMv- Sui-prlo- jmgarette oue-quart- or ! or ! '- rrma" one-tent- or Children Cry JlStfor I Hy 10c bed-roo- CASTOR A CASTOR rA For 30 ( Foif Heal Economy In the Kitchen Use CALUMET The Economy BAKING POWDER A Big Time 'and Money Saver gggl When you bake CAIUMJ tdittMTtll' K n8B V wmi iciiuuiei yuu know there will be no loss or failures. That's why; it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. their flocks because egg.i arc higher. In prlco In the are NEW WAR ENGINE at other times winter than they The ot tho year. flock that produces a large number of eggs during tho coming four or Sliootx Wltir Deadly Accurnryj Infant- five months will pay far morn profit ry Oihi Tn Itungp Can on n yearly basis than ono that yields Not Kcnpi tho largest number of eggs in tho spring nnd summer months, "Experiments that have been cartests London, Oct., 21. If nnotlur ried out on the college farm-nngreat war occurs tho British super-tan- that liayo been mado by farmers of now under construction, will tho stato show that somo form of anmeat deal devastation on a scale hitherto imal protein, such as milk, scrap or tankage, is mcewsary If unthought of. Ever since tho armistice British hens are to lay the mast eggs In armament firms hnve been experi- winter. If as much milk ns a gal-Ia. day for every 30 hons can bp menting on a tank which would SUPER-TAN- K IS Children Cry for Fletcher's VvJvvCvVvvC 5S$s5555ssssss$s$$s$s$ssttc S I k, JiSSSSSSKS Brk iCl III iff Generations. "Just-as-goo- m The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has lieescs. in use lor over thirty years, has borne the signatures, the wrapper all these- - yeacs? not be decarvci. are; ttest Counterfeits, Imitations nnd Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hftUIlJLaE. Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. AH on ist to protect the camiagr. Do pro-du- co BEST BY TEST The sale of Calumet is oyer 150 greater than that of any other brand. Don't be led into taking Quantity for Quality Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of homes every bake-daLargest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. y. THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKiNG- POWDER - GEORGIA LAW BARS AXA V TO !I Q wasningion, uct. zu. a coiu ana unfeeling provision of the law again has risen to block thu hopes of Mrs. W. H. Foil on to assume tho sent In tho Sonnta to which sho was appointed as successor of tho lato Thomas.E. Watson of Georgia. Thu latest plan was to have Judge "Walter F. George, Iho senator, delay tho presentation of his credentials for a few days after Congress is called In extra session so ns to permit Mrs. Felton to b: sworn In nnd thereby win tho v honor of being the first woman United States senator, Judge George himself announced his willingness to bo a party to this plan If it would enable Mrs. Felton to take her scat. Hut parliamentarians and experts Tan the Sfnato rules, studying tho matter today, declared this can- - not be done. A provision of thoGeorgia. law provides that whenever a senator dies the governor may appoint a successor, who shall hold office "until tho next regular election following." That apparently settles It. nut If the law had provided that tho appolnteo might servo until the "qualiregularly-electe- d isuccessor fies," It then would bo possible for Judge Gcorgo to hold back his credentials and not qualify until Mrs. Felton had enjoyed tho privilege of occupying tho Senate scat for two or treo days. nowly-nomi-nat-- ' Yet every detail of the landscape to them by a species of At the meeting of the Internationcamera oUscura. Not only Is every object within BOO yards shown to al Agricultural Commission In Paris them on the screen, but mechanical last summer, attended by represendevices nro arranged in tho interior tatives from France, Belgium, Italy, A Question That Is Quickly arid Readily Aiisvres:ai. by which the gun can be Instantly Holand, Poland and Switzerland, It an International was decided to hold turned on the desired target. Agricultural Congress at Paris in Tn other words, death and destruction will ovartako tho enemy th6 May or June, 1923. This will be the -moment he Is teen. Such is the pre- eleventh International Congress of cision that nny object not smaller Agriculture, and the first held sine? than a basket two feet by one- can bo tho war. Tho International, Commission ot hit with a certainty that is positively Largest Morning Circulation body Agriculture is a permanent uncanny. of Any Kentucky Newspaper These eyes of death will In the whose chief function has been the torpid liver. future compel the enemy to keep his organization of such congresses. M. All you. who hnvo range In tho Molne, former Minister of Agricul weak digestion or constipated bow-- 1 distance. Onco within chills. The season open escape is impossible for oppos- - ture of France, has been president of els look out for is International commission since Is hero and tho air Is full of tho dls- - '"E Infantry, as tha speed of tho . . Qtntoc n miV 1 Qno. n Danfirf. nnt nnnlilou w wav-- u Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and : reputations KSk vai. mv umwivo it tn mi r4 ii awui ThA TTnltof? wv nA ffitrmc Tim host fnim? In rift successfully, except over ment of Agriculture has for many ody of men Is to get your liver in good condition essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving; years been represented on the comand purify tho stomach and bowels, the most difficult country. matter first consideration. box of tricks mission, Dr. D. E. Salmon having it,! Ins'' tn,s armored Horblno is tho right remedy, air is been a member until 1908, when he completely, n constant supply ot fresh answers the purpose Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington? COc. by The Ohio Conn- - orueht to the crews by automatic was succeeded by Dr. L. O. Howard, Price Sold 1KP pumps epeciui Dr A. C. True was added In 1911, ueiow. irom ranktort. Member of the Associated Press-.- . ty Drug Co. m air Meredith in 1919. respirators aro worn by the men as and I With important legislation coming before Congress a protection against the suffocating Tho work of the International AgriEDUCATION FOR JKlt dust and cordite fumes which tho cultural Commission is in a way supa.nd Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, Thd'Ccsir-ier-Journ- al THE UNESII'LOVEI) pumps may pro- - plemental to that of the Internationsuction ot tho air is the daily newspaper you will needt. ' especially use- - al Institute of Agriculture at Rome. Unemployment is a grave cris Is In ducej These will be . 8andy deSrtS ,Ver the industrial history of any nation. M whe" How did you , 1st Club member or vaTclu Various aro tho social and financial , For night attacks thero nro tanks like that hooln dancer? ,.ii-- .i v.u. By special arrangements we are now able to.offoy (V4 AUUWU- DVttUllICO 1UI UlllUHUI Ullllb i. FOR FLETCHER'S 2nd Club member She shakes a which differ In essential .details. tlon may play an important role In J& THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNAsearchlights mean bundle of alfalfa. Green W fitting workmon for better condi- They aro equipped with means which aro kept a Ki tions, as will bo seen from the follow ASIKRICANIATIOX OF secret for revealing the ing data gathered by the American profound THE FOREIGN MOTHER ' "Haven't I made you wh3t you hldUen enemy THE REPUBLICAN Consular Service. Geneva, Swltzer-- . ST aro?" asked the wife, proudly. a family, tho homo land: YOUR CHILDREN EDUCATE "Darilng," answered tho husband, To Americanlzo Both one year, by mall, for only $5.75. SKv On January 18, 1922, the Council To Amerl- uSr must bo' Americanized. "havo I ever reproached you for It?" inIs no longer tho homo, the mother within ot State of thd Canton of Geneva Education This offer applies to renewals ns well as new subscrlptlonov Dtafe canize tho augurated a series of educational of a favored few: It Is a neces- Newsboy (on railroad car, to genonly to people living In Kentucky, Tennessso or Indiana. New, that homo much be reached. Thus difficulty that courses forv the unemployed. These f ,,y for T,,Q f,eld of knowie(1ge tleman Buy E.lgi occupant) far It has been with may. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewal Inter-oaU- d. courses nro designed to give, work- - , & broadened enormously nnd tho Guest's latest work, sir? the foreign mother has been date from expiration of prpsent ones. going men practical Instruction In their ,lemami3 of civilization upon tho In- Custom prohibits her Gentloman No! I'm Edgar Guest If you prefer an evening newspaper, you. may substitute as particular industry nnd turnisn tne dlvldlla, haVo increased tenfold In himself. from her family to night schools. Her opportunity for apprentices to con-,th- Q her Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. pas ,m,f century. Tho tralnown' language suffices within Newsboy Well, buy "Man In oegun. ,ng r5qulred to m one for a woru,y aireauy training Mary RobWhy struggle with another tlnuo Sond or bring your orders to tUls otflco. Lower Ten." You ain't homo. general 1)Inco ,n the profess!on8 or industrial erts Rlnehart, aro you?! Writer's tongue? Tho great tide of tho now Courses aro also offored of a phjslcal, and recrea or commercial life has Increased cor- - Monthly. i country's, ideals sweops past, divides educational, respondlngly, and the opportunities tho younger membors of tlvo character. her from Tho administration and supervi- for acquiring that training have kept ! First Relative Tho Idea of old her family, leaves her stranded tn !! cove of tho dally struggla sion ot the work are in thf. hands of pace with tho requirements for It. Uncle Peter dovlsing all his rnoiuy stato won a place for themselves on Weather Bureau the little of tho- - ZEtuCk? tho Dopartmont of Public Instruc- High schools fully equal to tho col- tor tho erection of a mausoleum ov mo sepiemuor "Honor of ineffectual housekeeping. uou" prepar- - states Department or Aexitm&jir tion, while the actual conduct of the leges of tho past, are open without er his remains. It's just willful ed by tho College of Agriculture by with tho Tho foreign moth or can bo reachof UiaBftin-Mwt-- t help courses Is carried on by a mixed com. cost to every child in tho land; and waste. producing more than three pounds of of Standards, much ed thru lur conscious need of lnfornr.tIisut- In a mission of specialists In professional university education mny bj had by Second Relative Huh! I call It butterfat during tho two days that ful in the design and in solving tho problem of living consrnwki3c deand public halls of tho city ot Geneva any capable student, regardless ot wasteful will. Boston Transcript., Hor dominant they were tested, nccordng to an nn- - anemometer instruments bow environment. irrmrTw. Instruction. The school buildings the financial condition of his parents. physical well-b- e riouncoment by J. J. Hooper, head of ing wind velocities has sires arc-- to securo ADMINIKTKATOR'S SALE Scholarships, loan funds, and oppor family at a minimum are used as meeting places. college dairy department. A to- - ed. Thov relation botweon cp.-tasmtho ing for her All unemployed ot tho Canton, tunities for self-hel- p ' are freely avail cost. tal of 126 Jerseys, 3 OHoIstolns and mont and actual wind mvimmee women alike, whether re able. On Monday, Nov. C, at about 1 ono Guernsey were tested during tha Old World customs are tho result men and heretofore known conffu-eutfS Every consideration demands com- o'clpck p. m at tho Courthouse door raoum unuer uirecuuu oi me ue- -. about 50 miles nn 'of gradual udjustmont to environ- ceiving financial nsblstanca or not, hour, fej For all plete education and no insuperable lu Hartford, Ky I will offer for Conturlos hayo nro eligible for Instruction. mental conditions. known to 113 miles an hour. those undor 20 years of age. who are barrier stands In tho way. Tho par- sale to tho highest bidder, for cash been required to bring about these Owners ot tho high producing Tosts on about 30 instrirnnruoi'wirr ot ent who does not do nil he can to en- in band, all notes and accounts due drawing Indemnities on account results. Torn free from that environ- unemployment, 111 attendance at the able his children to obtain all the tho estate of J. B. Swain, deceased cows together with the number of various dimensions, proportro-c.- i ment that the old customs fit but animals thoy had on tho roll follow: weights havo beon made In vTr-tunnel- s course Is compulsory. schooling their mental capacity per- and also all notes and accounts due in tho now country. Dr. llobert Wcdeklnd, Anchorage, of tho Bureau of StamguMtaia. program consists ot 14 mits them to assimilate falls Ignobly tho partnership of J. B. Swain and Tho full supplies, are different In Tho food Kentucky Farm, velocities ranging from C tc K)sm-ter- s Holateln flye; lesson hours er week, plus 2 hours of and Inexcusably lu his highest duty. C. M. Swain. kind and in method of eal'o. The physical training. Workmon Bardstown, four, Allen Dale Farms, prr second. Certain CUi inwho Witness my hand,' this Oct, 17, Sholbyvlllo, flvo; O. B. Hafer. Heclothing offered her has none of the struments tested In tho" wfetf tsneatfet acfollow regularly tho courses of tholr POOR FEED CUTS DOWN 17t3 bron, two: Charles Bright, Emin 1922. qualities for which sho has beon havo beon taken to Mount W&&Mfct3K ot tho WINTER CHOP OF EGGS U. S, CAUSON, Admr. to look. Her children trades receive at tho end customed Agricultural ton, N. H for comparison f ence, two; Kentucky a certificate showing this fact. tl'trrwstv serhs Kxporimcut Statldn, Lexington, two; high natural Winds provalllhn'tlifceav.' . mnko demands tho meaning of which Lexington, Ky Oct. 2G. Thrr.o-fourt- TWKN'TYVnVO t'OWS MAKK as one is beyond her. Sho struggles KRITKMIIKU 1IONOH BOLL Vorraut brothers. Dover, ono and It. When these free-ai- r of the hens on Kentucky lleatrlco Conio homo early, darlcomuttsiaoeMi' with bound eyes In n now locality. J. Simpson, Shelbyvllle, one. completed and tho datii buvcr fcmx. ing l'vo got .something I want to farms would lay inoro eggti In the Rightly taught lessons in homo analyzed, an Improved staudura'aw.--momete- r Lexington, Ky., Oct. 26. Twenty- winter If thoy wore fed right, accord-lu- g talk to you about, economics aro her greatest noud. WKATHKlt llUltKAl' STUD1KS recording true Yelauto, to J. It. Smith, poultry specialist two Kentucky da Ivy cows, including Benedict I suppaso that means uso of a TO IMl'HOVK ANKMOMJSTKHS will b dovoloped and corroctfotpar.jyv-teruiln- cd Thru thrso sho will acquire This 17 Jerseys, four Holstelns and ono will learn the you want to talk to mo about some- of tho College of Agricultural the now languago; she for record of velflj!tt& thing you haven't got? London has an important bearing on tho Guornao, owned by eight different nso of tho now foods; sho will compiled. Through studies couductCd by the profits that farmers make from dalryn'un in seven counties, ot the tho, new Telegraph. ability to choose Is revealed clothing with something of thq wls- ,'om w'tn wn'ch alio clothed her y , th(J ol( country. sho wm un. (lorntanil American standards of household sanitation and. norsonal hygiene; and she will rcognlzo the function of tha American public school. ,1101110 economics lessons for foreign wnmfin should bo taught In the daytime; tho classes should be small; tho work should bo extremely practical. II is a mibtak' to think that foreign families must bo Americanized via the stomach. Tho foreign mother needs to know how to use American household conveniences; how to trade In English speaking stores; how to avail herself of American city conveniences. Tho foreign mother can bo Ameri canized thru her own great Interest., her home! maximum havoc among tho enemy, wifh minimum risks to the occupants. Tho chief, essential was invisibility to hostile artillery, and ns a large tank obviously presents a better target than a- Kniall one, compactness, consistent with efficiency, has tho recognized primary factor. Consequently the new design contemplates a crew of not more than clx men. .To counteract nny possible disadvantage in this respect th most marvelous Ingenuity has been bestowed on tho apparatus to provide n clear and wide vision to the tank crews nnd at the saie time to safeguard thpm to the utmost against risks of exposure. To eeb without being seen is a fundamental principle of tank warfare, and Its attainment represents the successful solution of tho difficulties whleh confronted thoso who took tho first tanks Into action In 1916. Gone are tho days when a tank grouped about the front lino seeing pcreened spyholes. Tho inoderni tank Is a traveling citadel of metnl, without apertures thru which chance bullets can reach the occushot-resisti- had, It Is not necessary to feed n dry this protein, A mash containing grain mlxturo mado of 70 parts of corn nnd 30 parts of oats or wheat should be given along with the milk. It probably will be best for farmors to uso wheat along with tho corn this winter as Kentucky oats this year turned out to be of poor quality. Ground limcslono also should bo kopt befora tho hens at nil times as this Is needed for making egg shells. "On farms where milk cannot be had, a dry mash made of 40 pounds ot corn meal, 20 pounds of bran, 20 pounds of shorts and 20 pounds of tankage that contains at least C per ctnt protein should bo used to supply tho protein. This mlxturo should be kept beforo the hens at all times and a pound of the grain mixture fed for every pound of mash that thf hens eat. It Is best to feed d of the grain in the mornat night ing and the other two-thirIn a litter of straw of ten to 12 Inches deep. When milk is being used to supply the protein, an average of from 12 to 15 pounds of grain should bo fed each day for each 100 htns In the flock." one-thirds Never attempt to relieve your baby wafclfc 3k. remedy that you would use for youisa!C. IA What is CASTOR Paiegnta.. Castoria a is harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contawau neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance ISk age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years xtrftosr--beein constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulescrjy,. "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness axtes&;.-therefroand by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, ai&; the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and naturaL sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. n : GENUINE CASTORIA 30 ALWAYS? Bears the Signature of &L&fffl&& In Use For Over THE CENTAUR COMPANY. Years: m The Kind You Have Always Bought NEW VORK CITV. - pants. 11TII AGKICULTUKAIi COX- GKKSS TO MEET AT PARIS Which Daily Paper? The Courier Journal - J J .... ... lat-jth- us m as3 SI t if 1 Children Cry OASTO R ' Ms, ...., w L, and-othe- r I saati-scrlptlo- ns 'c teenitefc. i ar tlf hs N 'tJThe Published Weekly by ftAHTVOHD rillNTlNG COMPANY J r Hartford Republican the Corbln yards. When the train reached Woodbine, tho first station routh of Corbln, a man approached tho engineer nnd warned him that to proceed further wpuM bo attended by certain disaster, fts tho northbound track through tho: Corbln yards was obstructed. An Inyestlgatlpn was started and the , plot discovered. Tho bolts would have Instantly derailed a rapidly moving train. The-traiwas switched; at Woodbino nnd brought in over tho southbound main track. KKSIGXATION OF DAY IS ACCEPTED ' STRAY STREAKS 1 r (By Fluko McFluko.) i i Incorporated ... A W. 8. TIN8LKV, Editor and Business Mutineer. .JNMtofflco, Hartford, Ky., sattor of tho second class. Entered according to law at ttto as mail 1 Buck Allen of Fordsvlllc, was here .Monday and he was saying a lot of mean, hard things about our friend, Will Park. Buck, Clem Moxley and Washington, Oct. 24. Tho re Park were candidates for tho prize signation of William It. Day as As offered for tho ugliest man at tho sociate Justice of the Supreme Court Fordsvlllo School Fair, and Allen) was tendered to President Harding accuses Park of taking underholding today and was accept. d. It will be and tunnel methods In hla enforc-- ! offectivo November 14. cd absence from tho voting place. The Justice submitted his resigna- Buck says Moxley Is meddernhcis. N dmt other advertisements, lc per tion primarily In order to permit him .rorJ. Anonymous communications will to assume tho duties involved In his Itol Riley pnsscd the office tho alTe no attention. appointment as umpire on tho Amert other morning toting a bag of ap- -' OLD PRICES NEW PRICES I' O. H. Factory. claims commission. V. O. It. Factor)-- . pies to his home. Rol said as baw, TfilEI'IIONE he would like to tet us look at the1 HASH IlALIi BRIEFS farmers MtftUuIn t ti i! tiJ!. 5? fruit but tho sack was too blamed ' heavy to tako off of his back. Wo OCTOBER 27 FRIDAY ) Tho Beavers gave tho Owsnsboro came that near getting a sour ap-- . I 'I' a fall, Sunday, on the for- Pie. mer's diamond by the count of 2 to William's coming Quo:n of PrusWe think Kaiser Rial had been j pitcher sia is more than likely to bo some- 1. It was a battle between Glahn drinking the Juice off of Mrs. Rial's Beaver Dam and what circumscribed In her duties per- Stevens for tho former struck sour kraut the other morning, for ho j taining to that rolo while with the for the yielded 3 safe blows, came up to his roasting outfit and f out 11 and "Exllo at Doom. j while the elongated heaver of Owens-bor- did his durndest to pop his peanuts i When a fellow 5 and roast the corn. whiffed 7 and allowed but Tho Drink Evil Some of the soft drinks arc mighty hard for us. Some- hits. The, winning score was made gets that badly mixed up there's times hard drinks are to be found in In the last frame with the bags' lbad- - something wrong. ' a soft urinic stanu arm occasionally cdi Pleas for, and general size of ali- may be had at a hard soft drinks havo not Utl-c- a hmony claimed The Heflin Nine journeyed to drink stand. where they handed the only kept step with progress, in all Saturday , culture j "Finis" has been appended to tho team of that place a gooseegg In each other lines in the march Inof most Inbut memoirs of tho megalomaniac, and of. the stanzas, while they chalk;d and civilization, Whether newspaper readers approve up seven scores. The feature of the stances are ahead In tho race. their publication or not, as wo near game was the twirling- - of Southpaw Did ypu see that bouquet I. D. tho season of the year the finish is Tinsley and his home run swat In the These prices are lower than ever quoted by the Ford Motor Co. You arc At to bo thankful for. Claire threw at us last week? something fifth. ! no doubt aware, of the shortage of Ford Cars and Trucks that exists every! -first glance we imagined it of roses, TOno of life'3 disappointments To ' but on second examination It looked spring; you can avoid this by taking advantage of these extremely low prices.' OR SHABBY .HOUSE dog fennel, but it felt like attend an alleged radio entertain--aien- t A A SHAIUIY MIXO more like Buy your Ford now. and bo forced to listen for an At that we are glad it smartweed. lionr and a half to a dry political was not a hammer. Haven't you bscn In houses Where campaign speech when you had your evear tuned for music and such things. lovely flowers stood all about, and Bob Walker has been doing a bit bu,t the erything was of relief work at tho Ohio County Both 'phones After "John Bull" has selected library table was strewn with papers Drug Co's. Store recently. Saturday Lloyd George's successor he is like- and magazines of the trashiest de- a couple of young ladles wjent into ly to find "him like a rope a Hartford scription? Is It a good thing to have the store and called for some cold citizen once held. A barge was belnj tho furniture of the house the' best cream when Bob In his usual, polite launched from a rather steep bank that money can buy, and to furnish manner asked what flavor .and if and ropes were attached In order to the mind with silly and disreputable they'Vlshed it In cones orsaucers. Z m . i Iiold It In a certain" position, when all things In the way of reading? Bet- They told Walker they wished, to car HALLS DESTROYED; beyond control, went ter by far have a shabby house. than ry at once it got It home to use on their faces and MASONS THREATENED over the bank' and into the river In a shabby mind. The. shabby furni- to please give it to thorn in the most a dash. Thlagood man was Jerked ture can be burned' or sold, but what convenient receptacle. into the river, head and ears. When can bi done for the shabby mind?. . i lie had been Clshed out he was asked Use The Youth's Companion to fur- LOUISVILLE MARKETS Iiclund Sccno of Attacks on Fraterwhy he permitted It to yank hhn In, nlsh your mind, and wherever you nal Order. ho replied that ha couldn't help It, are in plain but immaculate rooms Cattle Midweek supply was 'large "tho rope vas Just too damned chort or amid splendors and palaces, you and market slow and Inactive- - from will be at home. Try the CompanWashington, Oct. 26. Prominent on von end." tho start. Tho best light butcher ion for a year and see. stock sold about steady; medium and members of the Masonic Order in The 52 Issues of 1923 will be plainer kinds weaker. Tho best Congress aro shocked In tho death of Dr. Lyman Abbott at reports the Nation has lo&t a citizen who had crowded with serial stories, short heavy cqws slow; medium cows dull reaching this country from Ireland reputation as stories, editorials, poetry, facts and and easier, with canners from $2.25 of wanton and purposeless attacks jattained a country-wld- o theologian, publicist and philosophic fun. SubscrlUe now and receive: 2.50. Bulls about steady; tops $4; on members of the Masonic Order, 1. The Youth's Companion 52 few choice up to $ 1.25. A good out- and the destruction of tho property thinker. For two score years he had issues in 1923. edited tho Outlook which, was let continues fbr tho best quality of a fraternity which never takes any 2. All the remaining Issues of stockers and feeders but medium and part in politics. "inerly the Christian Register. During According to reports many Masona decade, or more, of this time he 1922. common stockers are plentiful and 3. Th3 Companion Home Calen billed tho pulpit formerly occupied by difficult to dispose of at low prices. ic halls havo been wantonly destroyBenry Ward Beecher. Dr. Abbott dar for 1923" All for $2,50. Few prime heavy steers; bulk of tho ed In Ireland by those who choqse to 4. Or include McCalls Magazine read a religious Intolerance into tho wroto many articles which were offerings consist of medium and steers and undertono easier political troubles of that read by thousands of persons. the monthly authority on fashions country. Tho Masonic Hall His range of work covered a wide Both publications, only $3.00. where sales are mado. THE YOUTH'S COMPANION, Held, and, had ha been more of a Calves Market steady. Best veals at Uallinamoro has boon destroyed. specialist, centralized his great pow- Commonwealth Ave. & St. Paul St. $10.50 down; medium and common In Mulligar the Masonic Hall wis Boston, Mass. raided, Its windows broken, Its furN ers upon a particular line, as many calves from $3 6.50. Subscriptions received at this ofwould havo, beyond doubt.been Hogs Market 25 40c lower. Top niture hacked with axes, after which do.ho hogs 120 pounds up $9.15; pigs 120 oil was poured over the wreckage. the undisputed leader In his partic- fice. pounds down ?S.75; throwouts. $7.75 and the whole burned. f In Dundalk, ular line of endeavor. KILL YOUH HATS not far from tho Ulster frontier, down. CHECKS FOK RS30 GIVEN Sheep and Lambs Supply light three Masonic lodges met in a hall, No doubt every citizen of LOYAL HAIL AVOUKEHS and few changes noted In values. The which was raided by armed men, who has observed tho sign of rats In best fat sheep $4.50 down; bucks seized books nnd other property. Washington, Oct. 23 All omploy- -' many places in town. It Is thought $2.504jp3; beet lambs, $12 down; Shortly after, members of tho oroer, jb of tho Southern Railway who vol- by some that they aro more numerwhose names wero obtained from tho seconds, $78. unteered to leave their regular duties ous than common, caused no doubt, seized records, wore ordered to leave Itutlcr, Eggs ami Poultry, and servo In Its shops during tho by their coming In out of the fields Buying prices net to shipper the on pain of death. Many of them es HARTFORD, KY. .strike labt summer aro being present-- d in search of food and shelter for the shipper paying freight and drayage caped to Belfast; tho meetings of all you could see the amount charges aro: for winter. If this week with either checks threo lodges havo been Indefinitely $300 or certificates for five shares of food stuff 'destroyed by rats In Butter Country packing stock suspended. Molesworth Street Hall. ( . Hartford In one year you would bo 10c Id. .of Its stock. Dublin, the meeting place of tho m At railroad headquartors, the ac- alarmed. For one person alone to Eggs Candled fhstB 34c doz.; Grand Lodga and headquarters of tion was said to represent the apprc- -' mak'o war on them doesn't amount seconds 23c. tho order l Iroland, has been occu, ciatlon of tho company for loyqlty to to much, but If every homo and mill Poultry Hens 1617c; spring pied by the 'Irish Republican Army,' its Jntorests shown by tho men co- and shop in town would start a chickens largo 15c up; rooster 7c; which thus canio in possession of tho ncerned, and not td represent a bonus crusado It would result In a great ducks 15c; geeso 13gri4c; turkeys names of all Freo Masons In Iroland. saving of food besides getting rid of old, 33c lb; guineas old 25c each, Shortly after this seizure tho County -- or wage payment in any way. Now is tho ypung guineas 1 & to 2.1bs 50 cents Cork murders occurred. A large number, of other railroad a continual nuisance. 4 companies affected by the strike, it time to poison them while It is get each. Mr. Robert McBrldo, Member of ting cool, they will mako no odor MMts,sald, have taken somewhat slml-'lParliament, says of these attacks: Grain The right key was brought in by Mr action. The donatiou went to when they die. Rats won't eat very Birch Current approximate buying prices "The fact Is that men In power in tho several hundreds of employes on. tho kind of poison, but they like powder carload lots quoted by flour mills. south and west of Ireland have brok- Southern lines, but no estlmato of of Nux Vomica. You can get It at $1.23 bu.; n with all religion, retaining only Wheat No. 2 red, ! Its prejudices tho number or the total amount in- the drug store for ten cents an ounce. wagon wheat 3c bu. less. .and antipathies. It is Put it in corn meal dough or on o volved was made public. spirit of tho French Revolution Corn No. 2 white, 79c; No. 2 thTt brend and It la a sruo killer. It la low, 79c; No, 2 mixed 79c. or of Bolshevist Russia that is ATTEMPTED HAIL perfectly harmless to chickens or Oats No. 2 white, 48 c; No. 3 abroad." WRECK AT CORBIN any thing with a gizzard, but a sure i 4 white. 48c. poison to animals. 1 am using It on PUBLIC AUCTIOXBeglnnlng at - roasting ears Corbln, Ky., Oct. 25. An uuem.10 a. m. Friday November 3, I will and It gets the rats. MAltRIAGK LICKXSKS cessful effort was mado Monday Why not everybody mako a raid to Jea-net- offer for sale at public auction the Carl Embry, Martwlck, night, It has been horned, to wreck right now. Don't wait until following property of tho lato Mrs, TUford, Rockport. Paints, Oils, Pump,, Hardware, Day. L."& N. accommodatloii' passenger Do It now and help to Thomas Rul&, Martwlck to Augus- Mario Wlls, in Fordsville, Ky.: Repairing, No. 26, running between Knox-vlll- o rid tho town of rats, Tho only ax I ta Fulkorson, Rockport. train lot, adjoining June Houso and Groceries and Fruits. and Corbln. when wires of an havo to grlud horo Is to keep from W. It. Hocker, (Jontertown, to Mol-ll- e Lltsey property; household and kitch. cljctrJc signal block system were being bothered with your rats afBrown, Centortowp. en fifrnlturo. Reserve right to reject , Clifford Wnrren, Cromwell, to'Sa-d- u unsatisfactory bids on houso. ul nnd used to fasten u number of ter I have lulled all'inlue. . T. T. FRAZIER. Shields, Ciomwell, iron boltB to the rails Just south of J. B. WELLS. i all communications to "fffee Hartford Republican. i NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Habscrlbers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give tho old iddress In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c tur line, and 8c per IIjo for each ad- Ittlonal Insertion. nd Cards Obituaries. Resolutions t Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for cu ueau uae ana aignuuiro, money bi advance Church Notices for services free, Address , would not bo harmed when rolled upon by such objects as Mut Hun-to- r I and Putt" Stevens, I not only fearfiillv hut constructed. In Its make-u- p It is ablo to withstand about 500 pounds of pressure. Wo Imagine that this great resisting ability was given the little thing so that It Is A flea wonderfully Ford Motor Co. Announces L Reduction ON ' Ford Cars and Trucks Effective October 17, 1922. $348 $319 $285 $580 $645 $430 Touring Roadster Chassis Coupe Sedan Truck can-Germ- All-Sta- rs All-Star- s, o, $298 $269 $235 $530 $595 $380 and-grante- d On -- Roadster and Touring; Demountable Rims, $25; Electric Starter, $70. spick-and-spa- n, BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. Used Dodge Can At Bargain Prices WE HAVE "a 1 ly One 1918 model Dodge Touring Car One 1919 model Dodge Touring Car Will sell at a In reasonably good condition. very low figure. ACTON BROS. The Beaver Dam Tin Co. ANNOUNCES: ar 1 yel-ltb- ft2fflJ "SI? te Rat-Killi- ng BEAVER DAM TIN CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. -- V u) iByNai IStf : Mrs. O. T. Burns, city, spent Raisins, Datos nnd Currents nt WILLIAMS ft TAYLOIl, day and TuSBday in Louisville. Mon- &RE YOUtlNTERESTED? 'Ifyou are intere'stdd JiiuaNewPiilKTCloak or 'Goat ,'Sui,t, you should see the greatest line- now-tai - Department. (Garmejats'aire;:al. ,ab-s61utely .new, ..and prices guaranteed tq 'be tfre very lowest to t.be 'found anywhere, .workmanship a n.d quality considered. c Mr and Mrs. Guy Ranney, Mrs. Mr. nnd Mrs. IHnton Leach w6ro Lulu Coppoge and Mr. Otto C. MarOwcusboro, Friday afternoon.! 7 5 tin, city, spent yjsterdny in t Mr. J. B. Tappan will entertain tho- - Ladles Social Clnli o;t her .home Mr. II. B. Bean, city, went to Dawthis afternoon. son Springs, Monday of this weoX, Mr. ami Mrs. Lymnn Q. Darrctt, to'romain ten days for benefit of his city, nro the parents of a Impound buy, born Thursday morning. FOR SALK--4- 0 acre farmood' G. W. llohelmcr and Preston Stin- land, plenty fruit, water; good buildnett, of Horton, made a business ings. On L. & N. near I. C. Crossing. Price right, see R. C; DUFF, Beaver trip to Owcusboro, Wednesdqy. Dam, Ky. I8t3p In ii , f ill i - iPiiiced $Z:5Q,$1(M)0 $15.00, $20.00 to $5000 he jvgmrouzrra Misses Gertrude, Rlma and Wllhel-mln- a Let tho Loyal Women's Sunday Schlominer, city, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lauter-wasse- r, School class of the Christian church furnish yonr calico and pastries for near town. your Sunday dinner. Get them at tho Star Theatre Saturday the 28th. A Hallowe'en party will bo given by the Homo Economics Class at Don't do yonr baking for Sunday. the High school bollding, Tuesday Buy your cakes, pics and other pasevening October 31. tries from the ladies of tho Loyal Womon'8 Sunday School Class, on For a real good time attend the salo In the lobby of tho Star Theatre, Hallows 'en party, given by the Homo Saturday the 28th Economics Class, at tho High school building, October 31.' Bo sure and try some of that good, home-mad- e candy that will bo on salo Mr. and Mrs. James Hancock and In the lobby of tho Star Theatre, Httlo son, J. B., of Howling Green, Saturday 28th, that the-- Loyal guests of friends and Women's S. S. Class of the Christian were week-en- d relatives In Hartford. Church have- charge of. m W K it' J- - t- - We have Howard's Slender-Lin- e Suits for Fall ready to show. J H Mr. W. G. Bcnnott and daughter, Messrs. E. G. Barrass and Worth Miss Esther, city, left Wednesday Tichcnor, city, havo purchased tho Eveiy week adds to our afternoon for Dolray, Fla., where lease rights in the coal mine-- on tho These suits are especially designed'and correctthey will Bpend tho winter. Millinery Department Tlchenor land, below town, recently operated by Mr. Johnson. The new ly proportioned for the stouter women who find lty the very newest that deDon't iorget he Hallowe'en par-t- y operators assumed control .Monday, signers bring out. If in- in being properly fitted. They, are made o ' given toy tho Home Economics of this week. Class, at tho High School buildings, ..terested, don't make H-.double sponged trcotine pf fine quality, in midmgkfc "'-.Tursday evening October Zl Tho next time jou need gas, drive V, your purchase until you blue and black shades and in a number of the to our vlfcible ptunp, fill with Good see our big stock. Dr. J. It. Pirtle. city, went t"o Ow- - 'Gulf Gas ami sec that you ct what popular styles. ensbnro yesterday, to preside oven, a you pny for. Tho VisiMo Pump The Price meeting oT the Groon River Dental incnhuics tho Come in and see yourself in one. of these suifis; before you. ( Association, of which hols president WALLACE, TAYLOR, & MORRIS, depends on the quality. ( before our mirrors. v Hartford, Ky. ICtf Mr. and, Mrs. A."V. Itowan, Mr. and We carry all "qualities, . therefore g? Mr. McHenry H.olbroo'k, accompaMrs. "Key 'Itowan anil son Josepb prices-vary- . I Cullcn, of Heflln, left last week for nied 'by his family, who went to Crescent City, Fla., to spend the Kobe, Japan, several months ago, In employment of tho International wlntSr. Banking Corporation, has been ap"WIiqu you 'buy 'Gasoline, Vlo joii pointed Manager of tho Corporation's get What you poyvfbi1? "We liave Bank in the Japanese City.. vMIblo pump. "You see vlmt you buy. WALIACE, TAYLOR & MORW. A. Himes has pnrchased the ICtf stock of groceries of Cook & Sharer, RIS, Hurtford, Ky. on Main Street, nnd is now doing bu3lr. and Mrs. Warren Ilines, of siness. ".Mr. and Mrs. Sharer, Mrs. Bowling Green, spent a the Cook affd son will go to Central City week in .Hartford, as within a. short time, to "go into the .first ot last Lime, Plaster zsd Tke 'Hartford Republican to For E. ELLIS & DUO. Cement ,g(i guests of iheb ulaughtor, Mrs.- - Marga- grocery' business at ttfatplace W. ret iEhlnps., Mrs. W, C. Blankonsbip returned yitiuar 40croKU.s7 Mr. T. D. (Owen, of lower Jlefltn, a Potter's Pain King, tho Standard Friday from of last vfeited at this offlco yesterday. Liniment, far over 50 yuars. For all week's visit to 3Ir. and Mrs. M. L. aches and pains. For sale by drug IMcCracken, of Paris, Tenn. Sho was Apples Granges, Grapefruit, C61- -' gists and merchants everywhere. accompanied to this city by little ory noil Cranberries at WILLIAMS & Price SCI.OO. JSt3p Hlfss Nancy ETerette McCracken, '. TvVTLOR. astf ELPERBOlOvcents. who will remain about two weeks. of Yoir Mr. and Mrs. 'J. Hoss Taylor and LITTLEPERKJNSiicts. v Bale-tie- s, Barbed Wire and iFJold Httlo daughter, Jean. Paxton, and Mr. and Mrs.'C. O. Hnnter, Mrs. At The Best. Stands. Fence. Seo W. E. ELLIS & BRO., Miss Alice 'Taylor, 'City, were guests 'Joe C. Bennett and Mrs. P. B. Taylor, Hartford,. Ky. lOtf of Mrs. marriet iFnxton, near Bearer city, motorsd to Llrermore Sunday, At the request of several of my friends who have Dam, Sunday. where they were guests of Mr. and -PERSONAL NEWS acbeen unable to come to-mCandled Citron, Orange peel and Mrs. Erk Fulkerson. They were office at Hartford, Evr3I . AND SOCIAL EVENTS Lemon pcl for the Xnias tCuke, --at 1Tho:Loyal '.Women's Sunday School companied bomo by Mr. Hunter's be the Johnson House,. Fordsville, Nov. the 2nd to WILLIAMS, 18tf class of the Christian church, Hart- mother, Mrs- - S. T. Hunter, who will i ford, wllkconduct a cake. and, pastry rtfnraln for some time. test eyes and fit glasses. This will also be a splendid l,ot For Stdo lu old y.nlv ,Gnuid. L8J4P Applytat this office. Mr. and Mrs, J. T. Ralph, of Uea salo'Jn tho lobby of she Star Theatre, opportunity for you to get glasses for your winter Rev. RusseH'Walker, pastor of the vex Dam, have gone to Oresccal Ulty4 Satunday 28th. ' Hartlord Baptist church, is assistFifty Jlon's Suits M a Fla., to spend tho winter. reading. 16 years at Hartford. Mr. and Mw. John Jldnrtlcy., .Llvei- - ing the Rev. J. A. Bennett in a series ICtf jBargaln at LIKENS.' ,GP to M. T. LIKENS io get your aore, 3Irs., Tom Stovsns, Utica. and of 'meetings at Buck Creek church, RED GOOSE SHOES. Mre. Delia Pirtle, MaOisonville,, wore McLean county. Rev. Edgar Mad-doJtfr. W. M. Fair city, was in Ow guests of Mr, nnd Mrs. S. ot McHenry, will .preach at the Monday, They aro tho best piade. .enaborp, on business, ,15Jf wvek-on- d Sunday T. Barnttt, .city. IHartford Baptist church morning and Sunday night. Rnlnj; us your egga. Top jrlces Host .quality Ryo and Timothy eeod. a, Mrs. Geargo 'Availing fcrd, of naid. "WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. IStt Turnip seed in bulk. Ky arrived in Hartford yesMr. rawd Mrs. 'Henderson W. E. ELLIS & BRO.. terday afternoon, to spend sdvera:l ai rived In Htrtford yesterday to Ky. Barnott, city, was the l0tf .Hartford. ailss.AmeUa flee, American and British, Semite Ofcfc days with her daughter, Mrs. C. 5H. spend some time with Mrs. Murph- - WHAT NATIONALITY .guest o.f relatives in British wife of an American rrTimw- rees parents, Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Heavrln and Mr. Hcavrln. bill nenr LOST Ton-dollIS THIS WOMAN? to tho other's offire accom- Tlolbrook- - Mr. Murphreo Oct. 21, for paporat Finder return to . Misses Amelia Pirtle and Jlodln ipanlod by Jlrs. MnjyJhreo, has boen spent a few JAMES PAJtKER and receive re Dr. WooKplk-UArro18tlp iCarson, returned Saturduy night In WnshingUin, N. Ci, in tho tobae- - Strange. Question Propounded By CROMWELL DItAKKSBORO ward ,days last w.eok ln;tIartford, on J BASKETBALL. REKGUTiK from.Chrlsman, 111., hero they had co .uufiiness-.-ttunn- g .ino ;pasi tew vConfllct of Ixiws. The Httlo daughter tf Mr. and .s,pont tvo weeks, as siesta of their aiontha. A belated report, received" yetime"-d- ay Hays and Mr. Hays Curoa JUfllarlfl, CUHlSi Fcv-e- r Mrs. Herbert Mldklff, of this city, aunt, Mrs. Frank Washivton, Oct. 2C. (Capital afternoon gives tho following;-sulMrs. Elizabeth Taylor, wbo had who has been vejry (11 of dtyhthcra, is fs BIUUS Ko.Tr, Colds and t Service). Edward Everett ?qr .Sale I havo tho leading va beta visUlng ,hw son, X5. B. Taylor, News of games recently playact . x nrunnt w vr XMtUriUI47. w w improving. V . rieties of bpth early and late applo nnd daughter, Mrs. B. P. Slnvmer-ma- Hale's famo.ua story "Tho Man With- glrls and boys teams of tha- rraj- ) pan trees for salo. Price 20 to 30cts. Exfiee vlmi you net. Fill and their respctlxo families, out a Country," Is being played in i iiuty aim romwoii nign scnaaiac: tie. Mr, and .Mrs. 0. T.. Buras and Mrs. tank with Good 3&f Oasollp at our tra ftoad 'Concord grape vines 10 and lii'LoaisrlUo, fordhe past few weeks, real llfo by many "Women without I Saturday October 14 tbo, DrakeeS C. B..!mlth, city, wre lu .pjvansboro teams were defeated ati Qroswrifc, R. B. DARRETT, Beaver returned aoaie Sunday. She was ac- a country.1' VIsiblo Pump. lOtf JScts. Friday of last week. Legislators interested in Jramigra-'th- o . boys, by 27 to 11, tho sfrti-jfccompanied by her srandstw, Burke .i WAhliACK, TATW)R & 3IOCRI8. Dam, Eauto 1. VSi 3. C. Bonnett, at 3out.rl City, Zimmerraan, who returned Jo Louls- - lion jui naturalization laws axe puz- -' 19 to 7. The Cromwell Teams: Mrs. zled as to the host method to un- - ed the Drakesbaro Mrs. Ida Bean and little- - daughter, ,villo Monday. Dr. nnd Mrs. J. B. Tappan, spont Monday and Tueslay in Jlart- ravql a snarl produced by a con- - f return game Saturday, October Ilollo Cooper and E. .B. Blrk-hca- Mattlo Lau, of JJarjows, were the ford, with relatives. States and tho Ohio County boys triumpatesrw-Brltl- sb Have Jenny Silo Filler and Jlusk-er- s fllct botjiceu United city, motored to Owensboio guests of Jtlta. Margaret Phlppe. naturalization laws. er the Muhlenburgery by Z6j Wednesday afternoon. city, a few day tho first of last week. In stock. ThlB maehine will fill Mre. C, B. Shnlth, returaftd from In Groat Britain an English the girls lost to DsakosbewiiJar them your silo, either puttlus your corn Mrs. Phlpps accompanied Tuesday night, whera sho Louisville (tho report did not Jn tho ello.or husking it off or It will ma who marries an American loses Kenneth, tho tjiree year old son home for u few days' visit. Buopplng. hail boon since Monday, it was not accldently overteofca 3i shred your corn. It Is a combinatio- her British nationality. of Mr. and Mrs. Owen Lee, elty, who According to a new United States imust havo boen BAD. Those ar filler and a ahwddor. Tho Mr. Willard Hess, daughter, Miss n-slip b6cn dangerously 111 fo dlphtho Mary ?IttrJe, tho Infant daughter had first games renoi;tetl.for thosE; ICtf law, an Amerieau woman who mar-'th- e Ruth, sous Charles, Martin nnd Ev- prlco Is right. of, Mr. and Mrs. James V. I'arKtr, cuy, .x.ia, i &rw miinuu, , rie a foreigner retains nor citizen-iso- n, of McHenry, and another W. K. ELLI8 & BRO., erett, . whn hn Influenza, is bct- I -- - hion 111 of ,. "'- . X " ehlp in this country. The law f urth- Hartford, Ky, ;iiibb daughter, Mrs. Karl Hoover, and Mr. 2 Air. unnrau l.uiuubti uuu ter. ..r nrnvlilns tluif fnrnlen women who REICHSTAG EXTB.VDH of Haweavlllo, Hoover, city, motored to Oweasboro ,Mabol Ilreideobach, I u..nAAMM.l TERM OF PRESXBMW t r JwTrfit U)imliir ..- -.. j, urhuvJ Sunday, whg.ro they wero guests of Mrs. J. I. Goodman returned homo marry American citizens, do not by linn A. R. Bennett Ot LiOUIBVlllu, iulUii . ..u.w.u guests ot MUs Erneetyne relatlyes, Owensboro, whore she that act Income citizens of this coun- Sunday from , spent a few days recently in tbwn tho, they waro Berlin, try. Oct.. 24 Tho had boon visiting nor daughters, torwn ,'.:, f Ma fnthor. Mr. W. G. Ben- - Ralph. Tho result has beon confusion; a Reichstag, by a vote of 314 to TtL and Allen Deane. Sho Mrs. Clarenco Moore, Mlsse? Anna nott. Born To Mrf and Mrs. Noatloy B. and MarJe Her, of Owensboro, was accompanied by Mo3dnmep C. U. British woman marrying an Anierl- - today t passed a law oxtemtthx tfcv i S, at the camo to Hartford Monday, to visit Yagfr, Virlnda Wood and Blanche can by tho laws of her country, is no term of .President' FrludVriek mmt tho Jones, Hartford Route purchased Having rodeutly of Mrs. Jones parents. Rev, relatives. Mrs. Moore and Miss Ma- Martin. anJ' tho lattor's JiUle son, longer British, and by the law of this until Ju.no, 1925. This uteana grocery business of Cobk & Sharer.) home -guest Fuqua, clty.'a Mr. country Is not American. Much em-a- thoro will not bo a Pres'deutlal rio returned home Tuesday afternoon r can now ...n.h vmiallWith iresu uuti win, iboy,E, Friday, October flue whllo Miss Anna B,, lemalncd a few who spent tho day as at the- - ofCom-- 1 barraBsnunt is being caused by tlon held In Germany for r t l? Mrs!. Goodman, 20, kinds, groceries of meals nnd ' merclal Hotel." questions of passports, since each of- - three years, V days longer. christened Georga Ellis, , '4 W. A. IUME3, J8tl v S WEW MILLINERY 9 mci: o . fi&$& Carson Gk Co Hartford, Kentucky. "few-days- mhmmbmI wc-ek- SMOKE Will You Take $1,000,000 For Your Eyes? Them While Then Take Care Cm! y at All-Wo- ol x, 6r J. B. TAPPAN, - Opiometrisl Jyn-thlan- ar m .i a? n. - 1V r Kes-dam- os d, lo l. 3. ( ,- t3 nd ). m ' $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Y6ur Home Paper syttom advocated by extension workers In Southern States, theso families for tho most part raise food and feed sufficient to meet the needs of tem.sclvcs and their stock each year by growing corn, legumes, hogs, pQuItry and good gardens In addition to their cotton craps. safe-farmi- The Hartford Republican -- AND- I Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. . Improvement In Reindeer Herd L. J. Pnlmor, In charge of the Government's reindeer experiment station at Nonio, Alaska, has just sent In a. report to the United States Department of Agriculture that condi tion? among Alaskan reindeer herds are tho best this year In the history ' The fawn crop has of tho Industry. bsen unusually large, and favorable conditions havo greatly reduced tho Biological Survey for Improved handling of the herds report marked gain in size and condition of nnlmals, and a reduction in tho lpssts' from under former those experienced methods. Reindeer Introduced two years ago on Nunlvak Island nrc doing remarkably well, with tho young much larger In slzo than animals of the same ago on the mainland. good quality when delivered and that It is handled and served (o tho children In a sanitary manner. Inspectors In thoso cities whero milk is not sirved In tho schools aro urged to the adoption of the plan. Ono of tho duties of tho Inspector Is to tea to It that tho milk does not stand for somo time beforo lulng used. A good plan is to have It delivered just at lunch time, or, It this Is not convenient, to seo that there are facilities for icing and storing it. By taking samples at fi'equont Intervals a closo check can bo kept on the methods of handling. Milk for use at schools should always bo put up In bottles to reduce tho chances of contamination. Beforo the bottles aro opened the- tops should bo thoroughly washed, because glasses and cups may not bs kept clean, It Is best for tho milk lo to 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 $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. ' bo Seedsmen Abroad SVo Value of fill-for- met Baking I'owrtjor Co., 4100-2- S i ! mil i mil im urn ii TeMlng Methods. Flllmoro Street, Chicago, Illinois. 11 Leading seed merchants of Euro"Bellublo Ucclpes," contains 76 Fawn Boy Makes Ills Cnlf Gain 10(1 pean countries thnt export soads to pages of recipes and other InformaPounds In One Month. A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comIW Lexington, Ky., Oct. 26 Baby tho United States recognlzo that the tion appreciated by ovcry housewife. seed-testiplete telegraph and cable service covering the world. BBBjjT members In nlmost every harmonizing of tho work of tho It Is Illustrated In colors and will beef club stations In those countries prove quite helpful In preparing tho State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenpart of the state are putting the finstaSucceed vjcen everything else fall!). tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news dally menu. on tho calves which and closer cooperation with the ishing .touches In r.ctvoui prostration ned fsraole in this country and Canada will We have also made arrangements they will enter In tho first nnnual tions of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marcu!cnesse thev ore the eurretne greatly facllltato international trade with tho Calumot Baking Powder Co. remedy, at thousands have KjtificJ. fat and feeding cattlo show and sale ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaseeds, says Edgar whereby their Home Economics DeStock In agricultural to b? hold at the Bourbon FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ble authorities on these special subjects. g partment will hrcrftilly answer all i Yards, Louisville, November 23 and Brown, In charge of the STOMACH TBOUDLE DeUnited States Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with question!- pertaining to cooking, it Is the best inedicms em sold ( 24, according to M. S. Garslde, as- laboratories of the recentover n flruggU 's counter, I a daily newspaper that interests every member of sistant stato leadep-o- f club work at partment of. Agriculture, whow:ro he kitchen equipment, etc. There Is it absolutely no charge for this serAgriculture. Between ly returned from Europe the College of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you g stavice. now and the time of the show, tho visited tho principal want in addition to your local paper. Czccho-sinnkl.- i. 150 tions In Denmark, Germany, Wrlto tho Home Economics Deyoung feeders plan to put about Switzerland. France, Hsl- - partment of tho Calumet Baking If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to Bounds more weight on their ani 1 Powder Co., 4100-2- S Fillmore St. your remittance. mals. As a result of tho good feed land, and Great Britain. Following the recommendations of Chicago, III., today, for a copy of care which tho youngsters have and Order your subscription through Testing Con- "Reliable Recipes." bsen giving them for tho last few tho International Seed , calves are gress, held In Copenhagen In June-THE REPUBLICAN, months, a number of tho modifications In tho methods showing the qualities of prime baby 1921, Hartford, Ky. being made to insure beoves. Ernest "Cobb, a member of of testing are FOR PERSONAL HVRtKNFIn the r:sults of Disiolvcd In water for douche topi club in Boyle county, has made closer agreement tho Ohio County 'napeWic catarrh, ulceration nnd Inflamhis calf gain 100 pounds a month annryses made by tho different mation. Recommended by Lydin E. feeding It In Febru tions. All countries, except Ireland since he started Finkharn Med. Co. for ten year. A hcnlinc vicnJcT for nand catarrh, ary. It weighed i,240 pounus wncn and Canada, are now using tho som CIRCUIT COURT sore th roat and aoro oy e Economical. method of making purity tests of 15 months old. . Hat itran&An, '. Methods of making .J grass seeds. Meets first Monday In March, May dnijiid, c io.mil .. . Frw. SOf,mn tgiwar. Horfon. Mm. & n germination tests vary, but as the re- nnd July: third Monday In September County extension agents, in carry- stages, from approved projects to nix .State To Save Freight on Sursult of close cooperation results aro and fourth Monday In November: ing the results of research by the completed roads, now total 41,405 plus War, Muterinl. udgc Gcorgo S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. rapidly becoming mora uniform. "United States Department of Agri- miles, or 23 per cent of the system The various Western States will In all tho countries, with tho ex- Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, culture- and the experiment stations of highways being outlined by State save considerable money In payment I .4 . Calhoun. O m wl tho State agricultural colleges to and Federal engineers to serve tho of freight on surplus war material ception of Germany, practically all s ,at one Clerk Frank Black. g Is centralized the farmer, visited G50.000 farms In whole country, and which will con- thru new rates that havo been securB. II. Ellis. 1921 and held' 125,000 community sist of approximately 180,000 miles. ed by the Bureau of Public Roads of station. Tho greater art of the com Master Commissioner meetings, with an attendmercial work In Germany, especially Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor and other the United States Department of In connection with the export and Im$500,000 worth or corn was rlculturo. Large nnantlties of COUNTY COURT ance of 6,000.000. port trade In forage plant seeds. Is by the 29,000 young farmers ter,a, Convenes first Monday In each aro gt, beng receive(, oy tno sta.i Poultry culling demonstrations who were mombers of boys' corn u UUU (41111 UIIUllCU .IU ,i. hJlUlVS r- - done at Hamburg. Most of the month: Mill . IUI lltC Europe aro housed In mod year, according to repprts tions in Juilge; R. R. Wedding. held in Barren county this fall by ciui.s last use ,n road construction. ern laboratory buildings designed for County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. County Agent J. O. Horning and the to tne. united States Department of Recently, through representation their special use and fitted with modClerk Guy Ranney. extension division of the College of Agriculture. of tno oureau as t0 tno character of ern equipment. help Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: .Agriculture at Lexington have and tho uso to which It the material Mack Cook, Iris Render, Gcorgo Purebred livestock in gradually is, to bo put, considerably lower rates ed many farmers In that part of tho P. Jones. state separate tho laying and loafing taking tho place of scrub and grade ' have been granted. On transcontinen-animal- s Close Cooperation Needed In Predatory Animal Work Jailer Nat Hudson. A Safe Old Fashioned on Butler county iens In their flocks. More than 40 farms. tal shipments, motor vehicles now "Whero there Is close cooperation county Agent II. F. Splckard says. ' take a rate of 60 cents per hundred, farmers have culled their flocks Remedy for Worm QUARTERLY COURT learning the method at the Three purebred Bainboulllet rams! against a former allrall rate of between the Federal and State Gov- Convenes first Monday In each month. Seven tj.fivereari cootin. rouou ue la ba best and five registered owes recently $5.35; machinery, 60 cents per hun-we- ernments, predatory animal and demonstrations. FIEY'S VERMIFUGE dent extermination work Is very FISCAL COURT purchased by farmers In thedred. and similar reductions on can offer you. stated Dr.' A. much more protect growing plants from county. To Keep a bottle alwaya on other classes of material. Convenes Tuesday after first Mon K. Fisher, of the Biological Survey, I hand. It will help keep tho strong winds which occur In day in January; These rates have been effective on- - In representing first Tuesday In Dethe United States the litdo onea healthy Louislana fanners received over ly a short time, but have been 'Guam during certain parts of tho April and October, R. R. Wedding FnJ and hippy. Sevyear, the Federal agricultural according to reports fo tho mediately reflected in increased re partment of Agriculture at tho County Judge, presiding. , 30cabottlelyourdrut(t'aor general ttore; or if your dealer enth Annual Convention of the Sheep Island re united States Department of Acrl-- i nulsitlons from Wnstnm stntos station on that 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford. canl upplryou.aendhitnama and Goat Raisers' Association of aad 30c in ilimtii and we'll ports the successful Introduction of culture, through the cooperative-- sale, 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towacod you m bottla promptly. Angelo, Tex., this Texas, at tho use of tho pigeon pea, planted during the spring of 1922, of 19,000 Dairy Cow Xoiv Big Factor In Pros, cooperation, San FREY. caWt. Ka. particularly In tho mataround the- garden Jn double rows. bushels of lespedeza seed" which had 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. perity of Oklahoma. ter of appropriations, so that the 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords-vlllIt makes a thick growth, reaching been grown and graded according to A recent map of Oklahoma Indicat- largest amount of money availabK height of 10 to 15 feet, bears large methods advised by extension ing by marks of various shapes the from both Federal and Stato sources Gth District Sam II. Holbrook, HartQuantities of edible- peas, and Is eflocation of .cream sttlons, may bo obtained, he pointed out. ford, R. F. D. No. 4. fective without replanting for two or WILL factories ' creameries, pasteurizing "Although rodent work Is not so Cth District Mack Martin, Narrows, years. Dairymen Klglit Tuberculosis. three plants, and combination TAKE plants, spectacular as destroying wolves, R. F. D .No. 2. In Lyme township, Huron County, shows tho dairy cow now as a big lions or coyotes," Doctor 7ih District county Ohio, owners of dairy cattlo organlz- factor In tho prosperity of the Stato. mountain J. Wnlter Tuylor, Bea-ve- r C. II. Barnes, a Nelson Fisher said, "Stockmen aro beginnDam, R. F. D. No. 3. .farmer living near Bardstown, is co- ed an association thru which they Formerly, on nccount of tho cattlo ing to realiz3 that the damago on operating with county agent C. L. financed their own campaign against tick, such n development of dairying BOARD OF EDUCATION A Treatment their ranges from theso llttlo nnlHill and the extension division of tuberculosis when Stato and Federal was Impossible, but the antitlck ac Superintendent -- Mrs. I. S. Mason and In for WEAK Lexing- Indemnity funds had run out. Tho tlvitles of thd Stato and tho U. S. mals Js very considerable, the College of Agriculture at Monday every Convenes LUNGS or ton in carrying out a demonstration mombers were assessed ?2 a head for Department of Agriculture for the some cases moro than equals that of month. Mrs. First Mason, S. In O. C. I. S. S. logical Survey considers that these to find out which crop is best suit- grades and $4 a head for purebreds, past six or seven years have resulted Secretary-Treasurer. CONSUMPTION two branches of work should go and to protect Holds In his section of onrMourth being used for organlza-li- n ed tho eradication of tlio pest from hand In hand and that States usually R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, and tion work and the rest for paying in- -j 43,255 square miles, or about 90 per tho state from soil washing R. F. D. No. 6. snouiu appropriate about tho same A quick rellel for thai tired, feelinc. Tlant food erosion during the winter, domnlties. Tho association has test- - cent of the Infested territory, W. R. Carson, Vico Chairman, Hart- coughs, pilot in chert, nlcht weali. amount for each activity. lie is comparing rye, a combination cd 83 herds containing 662 cattle, 26 As a result of theso strides In era-o- f "Tho d'partment believes weak luoci or comumptlon. II it doc ford, R. F. D. No. 3. that If at help you It cetli yo nolMoi. of ryo and vetch, crimson clover and which reacted. The owners of dlcatlon the figures on dairy produc the prairie dog alono wero extermi Nat Llndloy, Centertown, R. F, D. 1. liarley In tho demonstration. Lock dox 6t& the reactors recolved the salvage val tion show largo totals, and In 1021 OHIO MEDICAL CO. Otis Stevens,-BeaveDam. COLUMBUS a ue of the animals and a straight in- milk and butter were Important pro- nated over its entire range, which Is Claud Renfrow, Dundee. possible, 4,000,000 Farmers In tho vicinity of Hender- demnity of f20 a head for graJes. ducts. During that year 9,949,895 economically Examinations. moro cattle and 4,000,000 moro Inson county aro showing a lively For purebreds the Indemnity was pounds of butter fat in tho form of terest In a terracing demonstration doubled. About 85 por cent of the sour cream was produced, selling for sheop could bo raised on that area, For Common School Diplomas due to tho Increase In tho supp!y ,of Fourth Friday and Saturday In Jan- USELIV-VERLA-X .started recently by James Mudga in lrrdc in tho township wero tested. a little mure than $4,000,000 and 9,- - forage. uary, and Second Friday nnd Saturcooporatlon with County Agent D. Tho organizing of this association 529,722 pounds of butter, valued at "Records of tho Biological Survey day In May. To bo held in Fords-vlllAV. Martin and the extension division indicates tho anxiety of many pro- 13,240,000. Moro than 10,000,000 Beaver Dam and Hartford. of the College of Agriculture. The gressive dairymen to get rid of the pounds of sweet milk was bought for show that In Texas Its huntfTS, coFor Teachers' Certificates Third operating with tho Stato agencies, terracing has been planned to show cattlo league. Theso Ohio men might making ico cream. Pasteurizing Friday and Saturday in May, June how soil washing In sloping fields havo waited for mord funds to be ap-- J plants reported handling 62,261,983 havo killed about 20,000 predatory animals, aggregating a saving of ov- and September. Except notice Is can ha stopped and tho lanu made proprlatcd by tho Stato and Congress pounds of milk. Tho figures aro given to tho contrary tho latter extiseful for tho raising of crops. Mr. but thoy felt they could well afford 'from reports recolved from 26 cream-TOud- er 12.700,000. Of tho total of 17,-8- aminations will be held In Hartford. wolves and coyotes captured, will plant tho terraced land to pay out the money thomselvcs to lories, 44 plants nnd 30 mord than half had records as kill OTHER OFFICERS , hurry dn peaches. the work and advertise their combination plants operating In Ok- ers. Clobo cooperation of the States JTuv Commissioner R, P. Keown, locality as free of tho disease. lahoma or just outside its borders with Fecitrltrht all tho time. TWt tJk the Bureau of Biological Sur-- I Fordsvillo. Growth of Federul-Al- d Roads. buying from. Oklahoma farmers. voy and days by will relieve ttockmon of much Surrryor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle from work for Liu- Ver-La- taking calomet Moro than 1,000 miles n month Xegro Farmers Muko Progress When pleasant x konna na Beforo tho cattlo tick was attach- worry nnd poonnury loss, thru moro Repri'scntntlve -- Ira Jones, White on your feet, whllo relieving your trtiub. St. Mark community, Lee County, ed In earnest dairying in tho State lias been tho rate of growth of com- adequate protection given to their Run. roads during tho Ark., furnishes an example of sub- - was pf very lltllo Importance. pleted Federal-ai- d Jako anything else. You can't affoN flocks and bonis." HARTFORD working season, suys th Bu stantlal progress lircsont mailo by negro It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ny 1 Pollco Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and relieves constipation.. A natTcau of public Roads, United States farmers who havo benefited from lTi-Supply or Pure 3111k Por ' TREK FOR OUR READERS Mnyor W. O. Blnnkenshlp. ural remedy, natural In Its actions, bum Department of Agriculture. Tho mll--a- agricultural extension work. AcSchool Children. in its effect and certain in results. I Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. completed on August 31 total- cording to a report rocelved by tho Now that milk Is served In ninny won't bo long beforo Uo- - VcLax will Wo havo inado urrangoinentu ROOKI'ORT completely displace calomel in evcrj ed 19,308, of which 6,401 mils United Stutes Department of Agri- public schools thruout tho country, whereby every housowlfo who reads Robert L.Green, Judge. home.. Children can take it freely Jiave been added slnco tho beginning culture, of 75 families in this com- the United States Department of this paper can obtalu a copy of with perfect safety. Every bottlo sai Leo V. rherson, Marshall. Hiiggesls of tho year. On the same dato munity, 50 own their own farms, that Inspectors 60c and $1 in bottles Recipes" absolutely freo of Now Edd Cooper, Chairman, genuine without tho likeness and sign- fliers was under construction 14,670 comprising 3,800 acres valued at should inako frequent visits to tho cliargo by simply writing the Homo W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. uira ui 1 iu ungsuy, ror sale by roads all about $200,000. In accord with tho schools to see' that tho milk is of Economics Department in miles. Fcdoral-al- d of the Calu- StlUl Mason, Treasurer. I J. II. WILLIAMS, Hartford, Ky. m i You Should Read The Louisville Herald Tho uso of sipping straws Is very satisfactory. Somo dairies uso specaps on bottles of cial protect! milk sent to schools. drunk directly from' tho bottle. A ers T ric seed-testin- - seed-testin- Every Woman Wants DIRECTORY - FARM DEPARTMENT. S-- vi. I1 1 , seed-testin- Vl Ag-Ov- er LiPiotiiers use ma-gro- n,..i ct. v For the Children teiti-mon- , -- af--t- er ro I I n. - LU m o. - Ica-sroa- YOU. OUR - ' GERMINAL REMEDY ' ttnjwr FOR.ONE MONTH hemor-rbages- , r e, 00 For Lazjr Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, eo m i ge .nil "Re-llub- lo guar-antee- d. JL 4 i You Can Get Back Your Grip On Health. llopt Tor Hero at last la definite proof that It Isn't tho original cost so much as it Is tho upkeep. Detroit News. evldonqo that ho docs not favor secret diplomacy, President Hurtling has appointed an Ohio woman ccretary of an embassy. Vancouver Province. A vr janupict'ljCy TByiiiBmiumiiimrinmr JL Bfbl BIBLE THOUGHT ForThfsWcck a y y i t t : a I i ThooftMi mrmorlttfl. vM prore pncffifia neniagv mkiutjcvs. AnuriiijpigrAfrjuilijatTJiuiurorjnwib?rS Hl 'V4 In fact,- we - i tho millions of ttnfor- - tonntc men nnd women who aro victims of stomach trouble Is founded by Mrs. Mntlgo Cartor, highly respected resident of Ira, Ohio, Mrs. Carter was a victim of stomach trouIts worst form but was restored to health by taking T.inlnc. Hho says: I suffered , "For years terribly from Indigestion and nervousness, and was In such miserable health that I never uxpecttd to be well again. Tnnlac has completely overcome these nllmonts, and now I'm In plcndlld health, and am several poundH heavier In weight." Undigested food ferments In tho stomach and soon the entire system Is filled with poisons. Tanlac was designed to restore the stomach to a hialthy condition mid build up tho Millions everywhere whole body. have acclaimed Its wonderful power. Get n bottla today. Tanlnc Is sold by all good drugble lit coni-ploU- ly Senator Popper of Pennsylvania wants to settle strikes by popular vote. Any voto would bo popular that settled n strike. Llttlo Hock Aiksnaa aazotte. are rapidly becoming a soft First It was soft collars and shirts, then soft drinks, nnd now It Wo people.' Is to be soft coal. Doston Shoo and Leather fteporter. Amercj may tax the whole peoplo for tho sake of n fow, but oven thnt Is better than Europe's plan of taxing the whole peoplo for tho sake of a feud. Winnipeg Freo Press. Strangu that rival political candidates thlllk It tlfnpMnrl' In Invnnt lies nbont each other when tho nlaln truth would probably bo bad enough. Doston Shoo nnd Leather Report er. i I had not vigorously protested by eatable In tin cans or In a box susmoans of a little switch kept hundy, pended by a wire from tho rafters, as for a crowd of naughty children. I never set a trap for them. If And after supper, till midnight and to stage a race In my later, what fun and play! Races along bunk, I drew the mosquito screen the old rough logs! Climbing matches around it, which was enough to keep up the walls! And on the roof out- them- out, hurdle-race- s I believe with Professor L. H. Hai- case, which I had left open to side they held suit THE TltniE OP LITdashes ley that the wild mice ars the' most and threo-yar- d savo them the trouble of cutting WniTK-FOO- T TLE holes Into it. I knew the runners were only lit- interesting ot all wild creatures. animals blH thq SL. What part these myriads of little The rtexl evening I placed all mf tle white-foote- d (The Wild Deer-micnight magnified the, creatures play in the-- big household,, I became ncquaintod with the provisions in the canoo moored in .lent, summer white-foote- d deer-mousound of their feet as it they came of naturo Is not so easily answer- ewhen I was tho lake. -. Our Dumb Animals. on a largo wooded Island In Lako In a cabin close by, a forest rang- from wildcats and other nocturnal beasts. Of vocal sounds there were Mlnnetonka. I tapped a dead tree er had been camping for nearly two "Women are taking a wonderful FITTING almost none. Only a fine squeak Into which a woodpecker or nuthatch, months. He had three mouse-trap- s . ' It appears thnt the Turks have the -now and then, when tho contestants leadership In affairs of state." a timid wee animal peeped out of and ho had caught time mice every prophet and tho Allies the lass. "They aro," replied Senator SorAlice What aro you going to do the opon door. Washington Post. night. Not until the end of the and player's, as I supposo, tweaked ghum. "Fame has recognized fem-Jn- ln your alimony? with Into third months when he caught only one another's tail, In a game of tag; That dead treo crumbled genius. I shouldn't be surpris' Virginia I think I'll put it into mould years ago, but I can still seo one, did the little white-foote- d The twolvo destroyers to go toJ stock a game, it seems, played by all small ed If In a little while all tho foot the wistful black eyes; the delicate begin to run low Up to this time. wild creatures that are intelligent "Singula ought to bo known as life Liberty bonds. life. . prints in the sands ot time were left ears, large fora'mouso; and the fine he had by actual count caught about ' H"i&h to play. preservers. Philadelphia Record. d HIGH COAL MINE WAGE shoes." Washington I fell asleep beforo tho meet was by ly chiseled head. mice. 10 white-footed Star. ATTRACTING TEACHERS finished, but during Lloyd George has finally come to Whether tho mouse had a nestful the week I l' do not think they came to the of young in tho tree, or whether it cabin, from moro than a five-ac- re learned that every white-fomeet the conclusion thnt now it can bo CluunlH'rluin's Cough Remedy Charleston, W. Vu Oct. 21. High was just her sleeping placo during lasts from dusk until dawn, and that told at $48,6C5 a word. Milwauspace, which would mean at least This remedy Is intended1 especially wages paid in tho coal mines are the day, I do not know. The hole thirty mice to the acre, or 19,200 the track managers staged seven for coughs, colds, croup kee Journal. drawing men away from, tho teach- was some ten feet up and I could not and whoop meets a week, if nights were warm to each square mile of forest. ing cough. From a small boginnlng ing profession thruout tho stato and Invostlgato Its One night when there Still it looks llko poor tactics for interior without de- -l These census figures appeared to and, fair. Us sale and use has extended to all Keinat to massacre out of existence tho surplus of teachers existing ear- straying the littls forest home; and mo grossly padded until I moved in- wae a heavy storm, with rain and parts of the United States and to ly this year has b?on converted into being only too woll aware practically all his prospective taxpaythat the to a lone forostor's cabin on the edge thunder, tho meet was called off. niany foreign countries. This alone a shortage, according to the state woodfolk from It was Impossible for me to treat is onough ers. Dallas News. and raccoon of a large beaver meadow. This to convince one thnt it Is-dopartment of education. to wren and deer-mouwild cabin seemed to possess somo secYet the crowd of contestants, tor I had and medicine of more than ordinary-merit- . ' Kusaiu has promised Turkey her hees live under tho handicap of a se charm for attracting ali kfndri of to bring all my provisions d dlstanco Glvo it a trial and you will rtI can tell you," he said, "how rious bousing problem, I left a quesmoral s'linpcU which 'means that woodfolk, Never did-find a plrtce of five miles so I kept everything find this to be the case. m much water runs over Niagara falls unsupported. Turkey will remain tion of moro science undecided; for where deer and beaver, rabbits' mid to a quart." Southern Lumberman. Nashvlllo hollow trees are becoming more porcupines, chipmunks, owln and . "How much," asked she. scarce every year through th& clear- hawks seemed so fairly gathered "Two pints." At that, un Inflated currency can't ing of wild land and the senseless around me as my noxt dour neigh m lo Germany as much harm as tho setting of fires. bors. Hut most amazing in number fluted ego did. Manchester Herald. My next meeting with the deer-mi- wrfo the smallest of tho wildfolk, the IIAMBONE'S MEDITAWONS wns In the.tiorthern pine woods. white-foote- d deer-micwith their Thty say shoes will be cheaper After a long, hard tramp, I had pitch- soft coats as brown as those of the DEY ALLUZ. TELLS NE. AH'S during the winter, but thoy do not ed my camp, and in search of dry door, and their foot and undersides 'SPONSIBLE FUH toll us what winter. Now York Amflro wood, drove my ax Into a dead pure white., A short walk brought WHUT CO WRONG OH DIS erican. pine stump. No sooner had I split mo to a populous beavor lodge; an Biloxl, Miss.- -"I had, for a y ear or I that nervous, tight feeling was going, off a big slab than a drove of scared antWtnl buck snorted his ohalleuge PLACE BUT PEAHS T WE more, nervous indigestion, or some form was the pain in my wo finance Germany?" ask "Shall side. I found I did not mlco fnirly swarmed out of a large at me as I sauntered along the trail LAK SECH A 'SPONSBLE the Allies In u wUtful tono loud nest of dry grass, I counted nine at night; and the porcupine clacked of stomach trouble," says Mrs. Alonzo have to take it every night. Soon , aftei MAN IS JUE enough for Undo Sam to hear. Wall T' BE GlTTN or ten of them before I replaced the his tooth in protest nt my disturbing Ford, 1 117 Clay Street, this city. "The a few weeks, I could leave it off for a Journal. mo money.'.' . .Street slab its well as I could, for there was him, while ho made his dessert off water I drank at that time seemed to week or so, and I did not suffer with plonty of dry wood inround" my camp my discarded crackor-boconstipate me. I would suffer until I gof constipation. . . I gained flesh. I have a The ballot may bo tho freoman'a 1 and I did not need to break up any so nervous I wanted to get down on the good color, and For tho tawny llttlo whlto-febelieve it was a stubborn weapon, but uxpurJenco , has ulso wild crcaturo'e homo for my persou- - did nut have to seek. Thoy camo to floor and roll. I felt like 1 could tear liver, and that J did the shown th.H ho can easily brulso al comfort nio. in fact, while I was cooking my ray clothes. work. self- - with It. New York Call. Somo years later, however, I had supper I began to feel that I was an EVCfy night,, and night after night, I inn experience with the deor-mlc- o "I went lo my mother's (Mra.Declers) Intruder. It seomed naif,, big had to take something for a laxative, and one day, lndla'8 method of Judging u man by which was not limited to a passing door meet had beon scheduled at tho and she wasn't well at all. . . I his caste Is about s Intelligent us glance; nor was the number of tho hitherto vacant cabin for tho very it had to be kept up nightly. My side told her we'd fry We our method of Judging him by his little pooplo limited. On the contra- evoulng on which I had moved In would pain. I looked awful. My skin did, and now she keeps it to take cashV-Uuff- alo altet Evening News. ry, it madd mo think that tho story From, everywhere camo tho members was sallow and seemed spolted. I would eating. It certainly helped her, and we about Ulshop Huuno and tho mouso of the timid tribe; thru tho clinks ook at ray hands and arms, t and the flesh neither will be without it in our homes. Wo fancy Mr. Hearst has his tower ut Hfngen aud tho still better between the rough logs, thru tho looked lifeless. It is so simple, and the dose can ba moments of. depression when ho feels known story of tho Plod Piper of opon door, thru holes under the roof "I happened to geta Birthday Almanac, regulated as the case may be. We that It Is useless for him to waste might bo literally true. If and thru tunnels under the foundaHnmelln use so I told my husband I would try the small tiny moro of his tlnio and money try-Ju- g I had not previously taken a klud of tion logs. doses after meals for indigestion, Columbia to Have Now York. t, which I did. I look a and larger doses for headache or mouso census, 1 should not have be To my suppor of broad and bacon 1 bad Record; LMiestK.' few biff do-.e- s. I fslt much hHA m lieved that so many wild mlc could thoy en mo as solMnvitod liver." """ "" "" . find food and shelter in the woodtr. scurrying off with crutiibs and rinds liver acted well. I made a good warm ' Thedford's liver med It Is Just announced that John D.'s I saw none In tho daytime. ,nt after and bits of crust, they would have. teaand drank it that way. Soon ifnn,, icine I Copyright. 192.10 IteClur N.pjpr Syndicate is for sale everywhere. larger than Henry Ford's. Income is jm dusk had settled among the pines, whisked' my bacon off my plate, It n, they-attempte eavea-to-gablo no e) ' Inte-colorso ,-high-heeleot log-coc- k, se ' Tho man who, nftor passing you by for ten years, suddenly greets, you by your name hasn't beon readMKXK'AX AKMY COMKH ing ni editorial on courtesy. He has OUT OK 'ILXGfiKIV ST.UJE Just been nominated for something. Now York Trjbune. Mexico City, Oct. 21 Even critics of President Ohrcgon admit today that ho lm.s accomplished r.nl results FOR FLETCHER'S In tho mnttcr of nnny reconstruction, and that a parade of Fetlcial soldiers now Is no longer a romlc opera disgenuine CHOCOLATE VAMPS play, but a fhowlng of ON AFRICAN SHORE fighting men, at least In appearance. The soldiers of the Obrcgon nro well equipped anil there is Accra, South Africa, Oct. 21. discipline In tho marching ranks The merciless vampire has made, her things that have not been observed debut along tho Gold Coast. Wine, women and song aro menac'In Mexican, soldiery for ninny years. On a recent national holiday tho war ing evils on the Gold Coast. department held some public maneuNative city men have been makvers for Its troops, nnd spvera'l news- - ing considerable money In tho last papers rniirmcntcd editorially on tho fow years and they have taken to fact that "at Inst Mexico has an ar champagne, gaudy socks and weekmy." ends spent In company with attrac It Is the ambition of Secretary of tive, If not demure, ladies of color. Somo of tho natives are worrying "War Serrano to reduce tho Federal fighting forces to GO.OOO men, and about tho threatened moral decline in 'recent statements he has said that and a recent issue of the Voice of the Peoplo takes tho native men to his goal is almost reached. task for the "shocking custom of week-end- s at some agrco that In cases of. spending Surgeons with a merciless vampiro who uCuts, Burns, Bruises, and Wounds -. (He first treatment Is moat Important. can smile llko an angel, while ncg- lecting tjicir lawful spouses, whether 'When an efficient antiseptic is applcd promptly, there Is no danger of married by European or native rites.' Infection and the woiind begins to The Journal goo3 further and warns "hoal nt ottce. For use on man or tho nntlve girls against "men fcr ibeast, Uorozone Is the Idoal antlsop- - whom tho color of their socks l tic and healing agent. Duy It now moro Important than your purity." Cllvlllzatlon seems to bo making rand be ready for an emergency. Price Sold by tho neattway in Africa, with tho cham-pagn,0c, COc aud J1.20. -appetite growing and choco- -m Ohio County Drug Co. flappors in the vampire business. , NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS gists. Children Cry C ASTO R A THE LORD SHALL HE MY GOD: If God will bo with mo, and will kcop in j in this way that I go; and will glvo me bread to eat, and raiment to put on, so that I come again to my father's homo In peace; then, shall tho Lord bo my God. Gen:sls 28:20, 21. GOD'S GENTLENESS : God is my strength and power; and ho mak-et- h my way perfect. Thou hast also given mo the shield of thy salvation; aud thy gontlone.ts hath made mo great. 2 Sam no 22:33:20. SATISFIED: ABUNDANTLY How excellent Is thy loving kindness,. O Gotll therefore tho children of men put their trust under tho shadow of thy wlng3. Thoy shall be abundantly satisfied with tho fatness of thy houso; and thou shalt mako them drink of tho river of 4hy pleasures. Psalm 36:7-8- . SHALL DE MY PEOPLE: The7 shall bo my peopl?, and I will be their God; and I will give them, one heart, and oho way, that may fear me forever, for tho good of them, and of their 'chlldr n after thorn. Jeremiah 32:28,39. O give THANKS AND PRAISE: thanks unto tho Lord for ho is god: for h!s mercy ondurcth for 'ever. Oh that men would pralsa tho Lord for his goodness, and for bis wondrrful works to the children of men. Psnlm 107:1-8- . TRANSPOSITION OF RICHES: For ye know tho grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though ho was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, that ye thru his povrty might be rich. 2 Corinthians 8:9, A HERITAGE; PRICELESS Fropi a child thou hast known the holy Scriptures, which are able to make thee wtso unto salvation thru faith which Is in Christ Jesus. 2 Timothy 3:15. 1 CALL ON VS are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. 0 For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., I2T STOCK. have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE i If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED How's This? - " We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be vw.vu u mi b vttiuifn .neuicine. Hall's Catarrh Medlclnn hns hcon tnlfon by catarrh sufferers for the past tlilrty-flv- e years, and has become known as the " meet reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Mcdlclna acts thru tho Blood on the Mucous 'surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Dlood and healing the disthe forest was alive with them. eased portions. My first camp waa in a tont with After" ymi have taken Hail's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a dry grass for bedding, and nil night Great Improvement In your general the mice rustled about In the hay. health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at on-and get rid of catarrh. Send They scrambled noisily through ray for tMtlmonlnlx. free. P. J. CIinNKY A CO.. Toledo. Ohio. tin palls, thoy nibbled my provisions, Sold by all DrugSlsts. 75c. . they played hide and seek In my HARTFORD, KENTUCKY .V K LADY WAS IN A BAD FIX ce e, FROM NERVOUS INDIGESTION EVY-THIN- G a 74 x. et Black-Draug- ht IJ Black-Draug- ht. k ilfrjjjji sv3ulf' k Black-Drauch- Black-Draug- ht riMMi " wfjMiwMntff ftr v- - who harp boon tho guests of Mrs. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG'. Barnard' parents, Mr. and Mr. Low-I- s Lambert, of Horso Branch, have returned to their homo. (By I..D. Claire) WatWln-gton- . "beautiful tiripltnl City Misses Marllssa Foster, Ora and isD wftT "beloved country, Is obliged to It Is $ald truth Is Cora Ererly wre guost-- i of Miss Jtocs; tin Tread In shamo When Its Mary Staples, of Nelson, Saturday stranger than fiction,' nnd the stoitun nrc mentioned. Illustration of this act camo night and Sunday. t my i rsonal obioivatlon'. Cte of Schools, In A Mr. and Mrs. Ben Harrison, who uurfar 0" ixnmial report, say: have bean living In thl community, half dozen years ago I knew a lady In this city who came of an old and "fMecfltlonal conditions In Wash-ftstte- a have inoved to Martwlck hn,vc "been more or less Margaret Hunter Is vlsltlngl honorcd fan,il'- - who was odueatcd Ml? tor a long period of friends and relatives in the Equality In the most fairious girls school In tho tjfcjT anyone who examines tho neighborhood. East, who. had traveled In tho lands . Jm iu- - .l... ...HI w oiimuu ui our community was saddend over of the Caesars and tho I'harans. and fc,xS-..b)teach the conclusion that;tho rollglom convictions UIo Norwood ,HefHn. whoso deep of fiatlUbv. progress Is slow, not wh(J had led her to engage In generous of EtIdla Rnd Carf,o Jit superficial or passing condl- work of upllfo nmong the wretched mnr, eSH..i"jiit'bccnnso tho present plan of services were conducted by Kov. K. nnd poor of humanity. At the same waWmc, operating, and maintain- - w Dank3 MondilJ. and tho ramaln3 tlmo a young miiii I knew was liberated from a term In n federal MsuHMnooi system 01 wasningi-o,aM lQ rMt ,n tho ,ocM cemeterjPi 83iii7, nut xonforni to fuudnmontal Ite F. A. Sanders will begin a prison. JIo had Just completed a ci:tiUcH f efficient ndriilnlstra .X sorles of meotlngs at this- place to- - littlo book of vorse and philosophic paragraphs. A bishop of tho city torn""night. had written the introduction, nnd a YStosn "Who read between tho lines Mr. and Mrs. Spurlln Moorp have IarBe woaIth "acl lvcn ' ivBt that Dr. Ballou doesn'tupfeel inoved to tho home of their daugh- - la" 0I ,n 'V to ter, Mm. Silas Brown, near-herSStmintttlng the truth squarely hcr homo unt" ho C0lA j rof,,B iinu a place in mo. a great dally Onxrvss In eo many ivords. Others newspaper .gave a Sunday pago to iwe xiSL j lender of congressional IS mention of the remarkable prisoner. ('ONVICTK1) AT DUY TKIAIi I related tho story of tho man to tho T5T.cshlrcgton's schools are heavily The RIALTO. I woman. Insplrod by her deep sym- -, tMsorcsvjTnilod, many schools working an. tie platoon scheme, giving threo Ellzabethtown, Ky., Oct. 25. XV pa thy for fallen men and women, she remarked to me that she would write ftinun?' instruction to a class instoad A. Shawler. formtr Statn Renresen letter til OllCOUragO tlllll. She Jnflrn rn. HarHIn Pn,.fV nn.l hl lul s0' and n correspondence grow up OTsrtiingtun's schools are son, Colmoro Shawler. wore convict- , UOlWOen tllOm. A I0W months iBtLT with boolts; many books n.l aa fhtlnrrlln Plrnnlt In w- v'luav vui, jt.Tfc-fo..S3iny "re out of date, many day or unlawfully transporting liquor Kshe told me eho w,as going to marry achvSxn sharp jx book between them, and each was fined $200 and sentenc- the. former prlsonor. and when I awor littlo ones can get no ed to thirty days in jail. Tho case voiced astonishment she .said, "You -told mo that he had fallen through will be. appealed. weakness of will and not through rxwhlngton "has a largo number Nelthor of the defendants took the bad-2S- T jfiamlxumcO, unsafe, worn-ou- t, stand. The older Shawler made tho wlckeduois of heart, and 1 can think of no higher sacrifice to make In ltatoa, Uiadly lightod, inefficient race last year for County Judge. Two other charges against tho el- my labors to uplift mankind than to TRrsMngtun houses many thous- - der Shawler of dry law violations dovnte my life- to restoring this 'man to an upright life. The wedding folportable have been filed away. aant sjiliE 3n temporary, suftwiZfanjiKes. lowed and they left this city, going "STjisSiliiSton has not enough teach-- ' first to Detroit, then to Boston, and Always the Extra Woman. finally to Now York; I lost trace S'hosc teachors are under- ?zx It Is true that for every even 100 of them, and had all but forgotten Oils Is tho Capital of tho births of girl Infants there are 105 them until Monday morning, while boys born, but of those belonging to on tho street and turning to answer jS7ataaz Nation in the world, tho . both sexes remaining alive at the end the calllus of ray niiuo by a familial which founded, established and of tht first year, there just 100 voice, iro Thu swispnml under the public-jda- girls alive to 1)5 hoys. the coujde was beforo me) I ' s3ystem. did not ask personal questions, but Moreover, the ratio of survival in. "TasMnglon does not spend its creases bllghtiy In favor of the girls they bore the 'nnpcantwio of bring usn aannriy Jor its own schools; It throughout life. Therefore at all age happy and prosperous, and It Occurperiods there Is a more or less 'decided red to me that, after all perhaps, her voitGz get niithorlty from Congress. excess of females over males. T.TaiMngton schools are a sacrifice hail not been made In vain. l'rlmltlve man found this out for txt .the 'Nation and a hardship lllttlUi.lf tl'ltlli.llf III.. ..I.I .. ...It... I am wholly out of patience with thousand Innocent j ;r , "urtiii, uie reason is iouiw tbe probletn In Ills own naive fushlon, tho? nowspaper paragraphers who "t. ijtatone place tho Capitol Build- - acconllng to. taste, by drowning theex-3i- are. everlastingly faulting "the p'oor crafl fhee Is' just one, and only tra babies, selling them Into slavery, women for tho fashion of their dressIt seems to me they have otnwv'Wi.ttl aiop- responsible; the Con- - or letting them grow and practicing ing. K. aiacGUl in troubles enough without all ' this sawsa fhe .United States, sitting as' Polygainy.-Caro- llne bcrlbl"-'- r a MP"ne. caustic criticism. Whj.. their drtss r0nncil for the helpless fath-- j Shane. raHed a resort itf tho lower' Best wishes-fo- r troubles actually exclto my sympathy. II.WLW. POiaQNlPIiOT wiwuaJ Tnothers and taxpayers of the tile littlo fallow's Hereditary Talent. , of the city rast nlgbt und tooJfc turp. right Look at t!15r "Jf AVasbington,. REVEALED AX TRIAE. cloven men; Intir custody, A la,rKi Mrs. Florenct-- a Park Uncle SI, friim across the mad, has decreed a longer skirt, andi.Mrs. watched l'rofessor Jenks enter the of It W. W. Ulunituro saallan lark went,;to Hnrttard und every woman you meet on the want to serve on any Ju- - grocery. flon't 'ncil'lH-spectoi-sIn I'laris ' j day. "Nobody knows how many letters street Is fored by the extent or tho lirw-(- l UnflStMcats; Would TJle meni wilt bo charged with tjiio'--j. exposure of her legs to tell the vul-pacceftt-Mta;- 3 Mr, nnd Jt(. A., Fi. Stewartr.ot' he's entitled to write after his name," abatement Is Wrrctt ltoadS. latlng. tha- urhulnal uradleallsm. act, ' Owensboro. arrlvtd Moudy. toflvisJU public- - whether or not she has oiiurt of our national lite. No said tmmeoae. I McSllnue Enid.. Uncle SI nodded. "But what 1 can't bought a new fall dress. frlead.--i and r.eUtlvca hero and In. on a jury save tho aaiswiats just make out Is bow he conic- by all tho, Barnctt'-pwrar olotCil Who, as a "professional Sacramento, Calif., Oca. 25. TesCrook country. un.ttU I hnve read with a good deal of timony that thu Industrial Wbrktrs FriUay. iwi3uj.kin." As satisfied with the two his smartness. Fur's I know nwie of CILKAll JiUK liN forhenrs ever tx missive of the Mrs. MIlD-rd- i lloaroil nri3Te dollars a day that 'vocation' In u lit'rary wsiy." amounted much' Interest tire- Inst love Chqlr Singer, ((ofthw World tnlonger twach sabo tage In books and pamphlets, but' Itev. MUH and tho tword Wednesday morning, that hor Hicvrr. fisim. "What are you talklu' aboutj" deMr. and' 3lrs. Herbert Parlf and.,i sister's chlhfvwas "ak tho point, of; were by "word of JHtxr rave. They say the pub-K- tr manded Lew CarUer, warmly. "Voti whoso atodies apple.- recentlyin found las- - tho Instructions., Superior New mouth" was given In sour Court ehlldrcn visaed Mr. and Mrs. Ernost iteath. It la a child of Mr,--, and; treo up know's well's I do that his- father-mul- under t& & part 'of tho judiciary system, Saturday night,, wpt'II Nebuchadnezzar nuleker'n-anJersey. Thqe lctturs express a vio hen yestcrdny-bW..E. Townsend, Ms. HarveyvWeddlcKX jsit that tho iiulrilc 3houlil bo as Mr. and Mrs. General Hoover, Mr, other boy In school " lence of attachment that Is hardVy-possibl- wh said ho fufinerl was a Ufcutsn- Mrs. Annie Hoover returned; Tues:jury as Is tho judge Sn the I and' Sirs. Slosby Hoover nn-- l daugh day froiuQicciisboiki whe8lto bad. i.r the ordinary relations wf antrof Wllllaan.D. (Ug Bill") Hay court. fimj Ttm fia-. .. . . unencumbered Pearls on Tree3. sweethearts It Is wuod, head irfthe 1. W.AV. Townsend '0- L.ncue. or owensboro, viiitttd Mr. been tho guest of h;erduugjler Mrs. llil anono qver hoar of a a, L. C. Hoover. Sunday. A round white growth In every way another illustration of that persis "surprlsw"-wltne- ss prose- -! Clydo Simpson, fox a wtMlC; or.' ten was for thu the outworn, ivsemhltn;; a pearl is frequently fuaist; trjing Mrs-fount! tent trait in human character, tfrst eutlon of ten admitted members of Frances Bartlett suid daugh days. lllogi-vtfHSiiiRf-dntcinttbersonie, nnd growing in tjie Joints of tht bamboo by the organization who are tn trlai. ter, 3frs. Ellztii Blsniloin who bawl xsnxftiare which distlnBulshes the tree In Java. These lutvtj- been ana- practit i in tho? Harden of Eden x Mothor Evi. a tasting love for for- charged. Wftli violation of th: Cal- i- Hfeon the EUPstti of L. L. 'nroKdon-ain- l lyzed and found to be almost pure car-- , tMUHTior jUBticw from all othfer family for a week, returned to their 7vO()() ATTKM FAUM law. an the country which makes donate of lime, which ii what the oy- bidden, fruit. Viayo is like electrici tjurnla crludpal" KXHIBITION IX SU'ItiTKKf ty., in that wha Us course ,1s uiiln Townseud was. on tho stand most- - home iu Evatjjvllle. Satm-daster peurl Is. These "pearr ure also ainiEsan outiof efficiency? Butd Crowe and Herman coconut tree, the teat: terrnpted It runs smoothly, ot the dar. Ho testified that he. as. Siisr jen, Jmsiness men, don't found on the I'aducalt, Kyi., Oct, 25;Mdo than jumping across a ureal:; in the circuit. a trustedr, asslstwit of Haywood. Dad-- Ccowe aro IwIIdlng a new hous for wjaX'tn rCTve on a Jury because thoy and pomegranate fives. 7,(t((i persons, havo attended' tho first m "Wade,-thiweekt. tho firo fl!e. obtained' employment on atdeast two Thoy Dffl5tfisTt'bey wast? their time. S tan ley Smith, who rcsldesj near threo sessions of the Pqdueah railroads durjtis- the World War with ihat ahe work they will thero OLATON, UOUTK 1 County Expiisltloo which Buddy MpPeag jviyti It la one of Instructions t.i blow thitju up; that Bough Itlwr, was tlw guest of Yates In a ibc i a. nonth could be done. the convincing ovidencus of a design ho hai served" In ,varUup brunches Everllng lir tho Washington uwuntry oyened at V o'clock yesterday aftor-ntio- n. court was .properly vnufli. ir tbe . Mr. Nick Murphy was a guest of In Nature that In iwery evil there is of the military servlc. Including. th Sunday, Xliey contrast tho lelsurly Tho grenteat array of manufactUr- James Beckham, the sixth son to mixed a little good. "Now look, at marlups; thtit during tho war sev- court, which opens his brother, William Murphy, in jXtaxmtafo at a of Mr 'and Mrs. in ami farm proitimta over displayed Sunday. Elgntcentli Amendment' he of the tli atlsa, luiichi'H from twolve to two, Mr. J. countrrHall and Leomird said. "Bad as It Is from many angles. oral hundred members Chleugo I. W.- .a.irlvo the hoiae came tho 23rd. led tho country Is ok exhibition. In Thunnan Pattun, wuekd at a W. the. afternoon, einaos. Ml Tour In Boone, both of Boavor. Dam, iutor-e- d It has tolved tho unemployment ing, hpime. jWhero many of them act- -j U awmm uat&icbwlr wvu bni.y days; thoy passed canned t to Terra Haute, Indiana, recently. problem of tho United Stntesv It has Inf?. as; topectors ihe laborious roundabout, prac-riKoveral from this country attend- fixed U so that If the r.trike huts un- incuts ho, said wer unfit for conof ortlluary court ed tho school fair In Fordsvllto last til the strikers begin, to gut ragged sumption and likoly would poison, direct-actio- n tsil'lt. tlio'r own Friday aud Saturday. and hungry tlyry will always have the tho troaps In Frnn-- . for .vhoui they and beg to bo excused. I w,ere destined, nnd that the I W. W. . Mr. John Allen, blcwed pril"!EQ of turning to Tho llTy system is tho puarantco accompanied byAllen and Mrs. Miss their dauubter, carrieu on an exiensivo cysiem i coantry; but it of Satllto In tblu .sabotage In tho harvest Melds of tho H-Okbj1.j Ain InjuMice. when it dostroys Kvk Allon, visited Misses Maudo and t nii-AT'Vja- i T. A. KOllKl'Oiri.' Middle Wcat. Alia F'lerce, in Fordsvlllo, ami attixxr. lalior unA uMcluncy bocauso of thesoj acts A. of Kueltport. In its of sabotage.! ulHudiatiaanNMaLafeaLiiBalHaaiBBI AH of Tho I. T. )il3tfTboiiud Hluvcry to nnclent legal tended tho School Fair Saturday. a. "Mr. Edward T. L:uig, of Itoslne, last moeUug, drow up tho plan of dl- - Tuwnscnd rolated on t.ho stand, ai:t LisjAon. '.h.ich comoa from an ago fqur a part of a genbrar.plan and clews' a trlji to Bcavor Dam, Yldlug th nssociatlua into w&ei mt "waa of littlo worth anil liiado bitoluess "OLE'S orirjnal Hot Blast Heater fc groups, with n captain for each group of mon are assigned to work of delouday. erflclnncy a word not yot coluod. V-- " backed b Mr. Pattli Johnson was ln'Boaver Those groups urn to. tiso tho methods, struction. a io:itive guarantee. Vlfill , Townsend testified that during tho ' Dam and Loitchfleld, on business. that seem best to them to. raises sao i3 to iaJour fuel bill. Equipped Jith , Il'jMtM IjOAA'S v . Tuesday und Wednesday. funds. Mrs. Kwy H. Forowan. was period h belonged to tho I. VV. W. Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Allau wero appointed captain, of the first group, from 1009 to 1921, ho had joined a loan you want TCTiun you need branches of the military serdpclded lo glv.& un' oyster supMr. to " "" It jwawptly. I am In position In-- 1 3Ui-st- ofAllen, Allen's mothor, Mrs. which The sunpar waa given Satur- various V- - HOT BLAST vice cloven times. per. recently. Ailollno u low rate of tx- ayot, money at ' Tbo Industrial Workers' organizaIda I'tach and daughter. Miss, day, Octobor tho 14th; and was a Mrs. IGt FUEL SAVING SYSTEM on farm lands. ...,. KTL.no ...... ,,..nulo great success, fifty-seve- n . ......... .. . dollars and tion. Townsend testified, maintains n;a, .,j.u "f'l nt ll'llll M. T. rAIltvo. iiiiriioru. i T... " centi bolns reallz l by "flying squadrons" which aro really) of combuition jjlucli burnf oil ?uluabl Saturday, of Ilev. Sherman lliggs clghly-flv- o jcunnien who rldo on tin trains. Thoy fuel ijasej. Qean and eas the organhatloiv. ami family, of Beaver Dam. M'KKAIA'O to operate. Look tor tho ntxt account of tho beat up tho train crow, threaten them Mr. Herman Kcown, of Beaver Burn$ any fuel. Cole's Hot Blast alTilrs. UrnsWla Barnard, after spend Dam, was on business at tho county ! T. A. and give It your hearty sup. and even seek to coas them into makes your cool pile lost. lowing tho I. W. W. members to rldo port. days with hor daughtor, seat, last Monday, 'jsra several' .. . , on the trains. of I'nradlso, has Mr. J, W. Hall and wife visited at a.aa.UacIaii Donnls. Wc cafty the original ficrc , t Molfenry. Towiifend testified ho had quit tho In tuo contest btaged tor pledges, lust 'Sunday. xiiUccueU 'lioma. lecture ut tho Baptist organization because ho believed It viaiiuiB is mr. liOia uravcu anu uauButer, to attend the ytota llesblo uarior Miss I'nnsy Gravoa, of Logansport. I church Wednesday njght of last was wrong. suid relatives at McHenry, Acting on advices received that a Mn. Oa P. Fiilkqnon uitii Mrs. J. will arrive In Beavor. Dam, to visit weok, by tho. various classes of thB DEALERS wn.w' r attending tho Eastern Mrs. Ilalllo McDanlol. tho last of the . local school, Mre. S. O. ICooiyn'n lurgo number of' niombors of tho or-- n room, tho 7th and 8th. grades, camo ganlzation woro la Sacramento atWar Couventlou, nt Louisville, this woefc. S. Itlggs will preach at Ham- - out as winner, ot tn" benuUlul tending tho trial, a squad of detecJtov, A'fHt-- i tives lea by Chief of Police. U. Mc- and chlldre, lln Chapol this week. Amcrlcaa Flag. Barnard WASHINGTON COMMENT s 9fe FLORSHEIM SHOE Dor the mam "who Snpn-Itit-andcn- -, I I y be-l$- aa ... ,,,, j,,,p,,,,! caresj n - ' V e. SSIHSHPb d '" -- are-tyUii- - ini? . A wide flat much desired by youngerM men who wear shoes of the different; type. Light weight Tan Grain leather.. Style with comfort - aa J3 COOPER BROS,, Beaver Devm. Na-SSu- rc Ky, ol if a"a ,, ; w ay T io--e- nd y now-Fashi- on LJIrf-amoa- iif VoijB"-coiifl.scntci- l.. - 1'iu-kiO- ar - - v -- - - y rat .... . e. at - Instl-tv&x- but.-whe- 1 s Ur , l con-xw- ut X ijiaUs l-- -- l. at' . mm n pOLE'C O t--- L 1 ti". b J. F. CASEBIER & SON Beaver Dam, Ky. w-- i 31x3. Ida 1