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The Hartford republican: November 3, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922110301_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 3, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE HARTFdRD REPUBLICAN Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV ATTEMPT Tfl LOOT Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per YMt 3, 1922. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Illto, who fixed their bonds at OARK LEAF POOL each. In default of which both men went to Jail. Tho time for the GOES OVER TOP BANK (holding of the examining trial was $1,-000 FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 19 POLICEMAN KILLS CORBIN STRIKES ACCUSED PASTOR PREACHES SERMON On f .i Hold-U- p WHITESViLLE not set. Trial For Murder, Hnjs Women Cau.se Downfall of Men. Fails, Two CapturOwens-bor- o ed, Now in r. Jail Is n standing reward of $1,-0offered by tho Kentucky Bankers' association for tho arrest and conviction of any persbn who holds up or attempts to hold up a bank In tho state of Kentucky. There 00 58,158 Growers Sign Contracts, 74 Per Cent Controlled. Hopklnsvllle, Oct. 31. Tho Dark Tobacco Growors' Cooperative association officially was declared formed todajr. In a resolution , adopted unanimously by tho executive, county nnd organization committees In session here when It was learned that 58,158 farmers had pledged more than 74 per 'cent of the total tobacco ncrease In the entire district. JOt the fifty-on- e counties covered by the campaign only elsht failed to go over the top and In every case where this appeared It Was found that a late start had been made In the organization work. The largest county In tho district, Itobortson, Tenn., where there are 20,000 acres, J2 per cent of the total was pledged. Brecklnrido county leads the with a pledged percentage of 95 per cent. Genci-nElections Xor. 18 Upon tho formation of the association, resolutions were passed authorizing the executive committee to appoint a number of other advisory bodies to act Immediately in matters of Importanca beMre the general elections are held on November IS. will One of these investigate tho warehouse, situation; another vlll preparo for the publication of a monthly cooperative magazine; a third will district the association area for tho election of directors; a. fourth will act as an advisory finance board; another, will, establish a standard of grades and the lart one will endeavor to facilitate the office organization and l man-agrmo- Stattsboro, Ga., Oct. 31. When the Rev. JOIllott Padrlck, on trial for the, alleged murder of his wife and hor mother, Mrs. M. B. Dixon, took the stand In his own behalf here today, his first act was to load the courtroom In prayer, after which ho proceeded to deliver a sermon on the text "Thou Shalt Not ," which probably was tho most dramatic defense statement ever offered la a courtroom in this Stato. ot his During1 the presentation statement, Padrlck became so excited it was necessary for one of his attorneys to call a halt, and when Instructed to "sit down," the young minister walked deliberately over to a water cooler, drank a glass ot water and returned to his 'attorneys' table, where he sat down, closed his eyes and appeared to drop off In sleep. In his prayer, Padrlck asked for Divine guidance for the court, the future of tho church and. tho people ot Statesboro. Ho then turned to the Jury and delivered a short sermon Ho declared the women of today were causing tho downfall of men, enticing thorn by their dally dress and play.lng to them thru sex appeal. He said It was difficult for a young minister to enter the gospel becauso o( the temptation of modern women. The dramatic part of the minister's defense sermon was reached when he singled out his father-in-lathe father of his dead bride, pointed his finger at him and declared: "You are responsible for mo marrying your daughter." He told the Jury that Mr. Dixon had Insisted wedding. 'Padrlck told' of thenlleged whom ot his mother-lu-lahe admits he killed. "She would often beat her daughter becauso Willie Mae was admired by other men when she went to town.'t ho said. The prosecution later in tire day placed witnesses upon the stand to prove Padrlck's Jeal-ousne- s3 ' sons: Mesdames William Crabtree of the Washington country, Clarenco Patton, Rural Route 6, Hartford, Walter B. Campbell, Hartford and Arlle, of Heflln,' and Robert Shown of the Beda community. Funeral services wero conducted by tho Rev. R. T. Harpor, at Mt. Hcrmon Monday morning at 10 o'clock and the remaino burled in the cemetery adjacent thcroto. OHIO COUNTY IN POOL Threatened By Mob, Held Under Guard Taken To Williamsburg Corbln, Ky., Nov. 1. ALLEN McCOY (Owcnsboro Messongor, Npv. 1) Miss Sudlo Combs Allen and Mr. Chester Baum, ago 18, of Decatur, III., attempted to hold up the Sep McCoy, both of Hartford, went Dank of Whltesvllle, yesterday after- to Hockport. Inn. Tuesday, Oct. 31, noon about 2:45 o'clock. Ho is In where they were Joined In marriage. Tho bride Is tho daughter of Mr. the county jail charged with attempt rinrfclnv Pnn.. rinmnnn Allen nnd Mrs. Voma Bon- Ing to rob the bank ly, ago 20, of Owensboro Is also In'nett Alleir, deceased. She was Jail, charged with aiding and nbot ed from early Infancy by her giami mother, Jin, Florence Allen. She Is ,tlnR Baum. ' .Morton J. Holbrook, cashlor of the an attractive and highly esteomod The bridegroom is a hd." , bank, was alone In tho bank when young -- young Uaum entered quietly. Hol- son of Mr and Mrs. J. P, McCoy, of brook was working on his books at Hartford an industrious and popular the teller's window and when ho young man He la a mechanic and looked up, ho loked Into the muzzlo operates a garage at Echols, wh"r! of n'bluo steel 3S special Smith & tho young couple plan to commence Wesson held by a masked man, who housekeeping at an early date. .commanded Holbrook to "Btlck 'em with command, Mr. Holbroqk dropped low tho level of the counter nnd seizing a revolver that is kopt under the counter, fired flvo shots thru tho partition. The bandit flrcd,only one shot before taking to his heels. Though tho shots wero fired In rapid succession, tho noise attracted the attention of perhaps twenty meri, who savBaum leave the bank on a fast run nnd tako to. tho open fields. A number of tho citizens , hastily secured arms and up tho pursuit while others took without waiting to arm themselves, but keeping n safo distance between them and the bandit. Somo distance from tho bank, Uaum Joined Conley. with whom hd I gavo-chase- up." Instead of complying KLAN ENDANGERS tho PEACE OF KANSAS be- co as was expected some time, ago, yet she did fairly well In face of the In opposition manifested certain quarters The survey, or census, showed 7,399 acres of tobacco .and the books shows 5,243-- acres signed up, making the percentage slightly above 70. It Is said that several contracts duly executed prior to tho closing date were signed and probablynot received, enough perhaps to rtfn the total to B.OO leaving about 2,000 acres unpooled. Elsewhere In this Issue the, general results may be found. While Ohio. County did not pool Georgo Marcuin, formerly of Middles-bo- ro as large a percentage of her tobac and London, shot and killed Cy Davis, 26 years old, a former L. & N. shopman, In a vacant lot back of the Smith Hotel early this morning, following which feeling was aroused to such a high pitch that Marcum.who gavo himself up to Mayor John Gll-la- m ,was held under guard, In a gs until daybreak, when ho to the Jail at Williamsburg-- . Rumors of threats against Marcum were heard after tho shooting, and National Guardsmen and United-StateDeputy Marshals remained on Half an hour after they retired a rd until 3 o'clock this morning, lllado of shots wero fired In South Corbln and the guards sprang to their arms again, fearing that friends of tho slain man were coming- to "get" Marcum. However, there was no attempt. Tho outbreak Is tho first since the shooting on October 23 of Llga Paige, an L. & N. guard, who died at Louisville at 1 o'clock this morning. Tho authorities have been able to develop no clew In the Palgo shooting, case. , Mystery In Killing. mystery I Considerable surrounds the killing of Davis. Shortly after the shooting Marcum ran into tho lobby of tho hotel, broke his gun la the presence of several spectators and surrendered himself to. Mayor Glllam, saying, "I've Just killed, a ga-rad s rus-gua- Policeman. " NO ELECTIONS FOR SCHOOL TRUSTEES The Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 1. 1922 act relating to the election, of school trustees'repeals tho 1920 act, and school commissioners now In office will hold until the provisions of the 1922 act become operative In 1923, the Court of Appeals hejd today. In overruling the motion to dissolve the temporary Injunction' grantCircuit ed Nick Reld In the Bath Court, enjoining County Clerk Colo Barnes from placing the names of candidates on the ballot. Tho order was written by .Tudgo Ernest Clarke, and was concurred in by Chief Justice Rollln Hurt and Judges Gus Thomas and Charles Moorman. Judge Clarke held that the clerk had no authority to place the name of candidates on the ballot for tho November election and that the cir cuit Judge of Bath County did right order. In Issuing the restraining Judge Clarke also held that the pres ent Incumbent who was eicciea ior two years and until his successor quail-fle- d "shall havobeen elected and 1920, will reunder the act of main In office until the act of 1922, which divides tho counties into i.ew districts, becomes operative. m Governor Allen Says one Pistol Shot Would Cause ('Ml War. Great nend, Kan., Oct. 31. One pistol shot could produce a state of civil wnr In Kansas similar to that In Ireland, according to Gov. Henry J. Allen, who continued his attacks on tho Ku Klux Klan here yesterday. series His speech was5 impart or of political addresses In his tour, but the latter portion of It was devoted to a denunciation of and community religious bigotry on rbCy07arm. . ,...,.. ,t..m,l Willi- eii noiuuii uuuiu ovi out a struggle, wbnho was found hiding In a ditch In an open field. It was nearly C o'clock when County Commissioner, W. B. Barrett, Ed Brown. Lewis Higdon and Vernon Sapp, captured Conley about three miles from Whltesvllle. 'e and one-ha- lt I n "S out lnat hQ wfl3 ot con. Conley was not taken until after a do nn foot raco of probably a quarter of a ,h0 .Executive mile. am not against your organl-..n- n said: '7 staying and they made oft together, About an hour after tho attempt- - S they "were Voicing opposition to the klan, not only because of its attitude 'to- ward some community questions but use of manner in which its activities are sa d to bo carried out. tho Governor told his ; audi. .ea: "AS a I0110W Aiuericrtii ",... same impulses that you have, I .am opposed to tho klan because It suggests terrorism and outlawry and by use of disguise, men having a dcslro to revenge thomselvcs goxout and say: 'Wo will go out and thrash this hatred. man." Marcum snid that Davis had been, "shooting up the town," and 'that when he tried to arrest him, Davis shot at him. Marcum said that her then seized Davis' gun and shot htm. twice. However, Davis was shot four times it was discovered. The bul let which probably proved fatal broke his neck. When Marcum broke his gun there wero only two empty shells In It. A witness who was In the vicinity of the hotel said that five shots. were fired In tho rear of the hotel before Marcuin came up, just as tho last shot was fired. Marcum went down an alley to the rear ot the ho tel and two more shots were heard. This does not coincide with Marcum'a story that Davis fired at him nnd. was then shot twice by the officer. Reports were that threo men wore-takinpart In tho shooting before on the scene. Marcum Troublo Follows Arrest. Considerable trouble followed after the surrender of Marcum. Fred Ear ly was appointed special policeman by Mayor Glllam to guard Marcum. Because ot tear of an outburst against the sayer, Marcum was guarded in the Corbln Garage & . Sales Company's shop. poputy Sheriff Barker, father-in- law of Davis, then camo on tho scone from his home in South Corblnnnd demanded that Marcum bo placed under arrest on a regular warrant. Magistrate Chestnut held the Inquest before Barker nrrlved. Barker thon donuinded that a warrant bo Issued. This was done by Squire Cho3t-n- ut, who called Deputy Sheriff King" Carr to serve It. Barker vthen went to tho garago and demanded of Early, tho special policeman, that tho prisoner bo turned over to him.. Guns flashed and It was feared that there would hi another shooting. Shoot Ing Breaks Out. Mayor Glllam refused to turn over tho prisoner. It was half an hour after this that the Bhootlng broko out In South Corbln. Tho Mayor then ordered that both Early add Deputy Sheriff King Carr guard tho prlsouer and Marcum was on the 6 taken to Williamsburg o'clock train this morning. Marcum came horo from Mlddlos-bor- o three mouths ago. He had formerly been on tho police force at Corbln. Corbln la' In a stato of tumult, many men being armed. No of the National Guards, however, has been a3kod. Ch lioxnuea iiaum Identified. vnn don't Judge Robort W. Bingham chairman of the executive committee, outlined the work to bo dona in the next threo weeks and, with Joseph organization manager, Passonneau, submitted the various, resolutions adopted. Tho executive body appointed the following five men to the election and districting committee; George Rudy, Georgo H. Goodman, R. H. McDanlel, Guthrie Coke and A. G. Crutchfleld. like the Those men nnnounced a tentative district nrrangement. Moth-ddeutlfl- ed LOCAL MAN PAINFULLY CUT IN ALTERCATION 3T I When Iiaum was brought back Cathollc church." Into Whltesvllle, he was positively! inm' not a Catholic. I am a degree as the bandit who Had at- -, oAsi and a Thirty-secon- d tempted the holdup and very quick-- j jIason ana a Knight Templar I be-l- y admitted tho fact. Ho said thatjong t0 an 0f these organizations, I except the ho had been thinking about robbing u?jonR to everything the bank for about a week and de- - j Kngnta of Columbus and tho Ku elded that It was a good time to do Klux Klan." comparison It. Ife said that Conley had no After drawing a I hand In the robbery, but that Conley tween tno conditions In Kansas and " camo to town with him and that Con those In Ireland, and telling of re ley knew what ho was coming for. quests his office had received from Ilculal By Conley. men to bo allowed to arm to defend Conley after his capture said that themselves, they were "because ho knew absolutely nothing about frightened," tho Governor asked, do ... UaUUl .. fl.n ......- vuu Intemlml rnbhorv until I you um ... ..,,! l,wo In tlila KtntB miutu .camo runnlngvto him alter it had oc- - tUe i,orror8 0f a civil war." curred and said "Come on, they uro j aoij f0rlia such a war, and yet right after us," Conley then asked j wJjat can you auBge8t to tho nogrocs what thoy were nfter them1 tor and ot tho gnt0) n BOmo communities of Baum replied that ho had attompted j whjc)l tuoro ar0 thousands, when tho to hold up tho bank Conley says I Qjd Ku K,ux Klan that terrified thorn that ho then told Baum ho was a fool, ifty.nv0 years ago Is again riding at but tho two took to their heols and i nlcjjt? Can you expect thorn not to Conloy kept on his way, even utter tako any means whatovor to protect Baum sought sholtor In the ditch. themselves? Baum has been' living with 'lis "Ireland la fighting over a .quarparents In Decatur, 111., until about rel that is S00 years old, but wejmrb- .,.nl.tf' nirn when ho cailll) t'J .,..- ed it lu Aniorlca.whcn wo wrote the bo-- 1 Owensboro and spont two weeks cbustltutlon that ulf men should A WllCn t7tilnuvllln. ...i.... have tho right to Worship God ac he worked for threo days, at cording to their own Ideas." beie . tho canning factory. His futhor was n tonant on Isom Wells' farm near GOVKUXOK MOHKOU STOPS IN 1IAUTK0HU Whltcsvlllo, for nlue"year8-- ' Conloy, formerly n taxi Berkley ' driver, married n double cousin of Governor Edwin P. Morrow, who He said that ho too. had spoke in Evanavillo, Intl., yesterday, Baum's. 'linen WorkillK at tllOXMlHlllIK tOlll- - will make a short stay in Hartford Is ovur and this morning, onroute from tho In.liany but that he ,. 11. .t tliirn wf,H i...-..- .l diana city to Morgantown, where ho xxv naci puu luiJ.uici no more work tor htm. H& Hvis Is to dollver an address this afterwith his wlfo's tumlly at 720 Clay noon. It was oxpected that tho Govstreot, He la the father ot an eight ernor would airlvo here near 7 o'clock. months old child. Conley was tho driver of tho car liADlKS AID TO MKI3T i that ran 6ver and killed Trlplett Mnrtlno Trego, in South The Ladloa' Aid Society ot tho street, two years ngo. Sheriff, Jim' Coopor, Mithodlst Church will moot Tuesday Deputy Nov. 7, with Mrs. A. K. brought Baum to Owensboro nnd afternoon, A full attendance Is Police Lyons urougui m v,m Anderson. of ley.' Both wore taken before Squire much desired. , . , ." , .-- ... o. olisht-year-o- ld District No. 1 Northwest section of Robertson coun ; Rev. W. T. Lawrenco, of Equality, about 6 o'clock. Altogetner, it is ty; No. 2, the Southeast section of said, the wounds totaled as much as i,,, ic thn son ot a Minister, Rev. Robertson county and Sifmner and 24 Inches In length, one of which, G. H. Lawrence, of Burkesvllle, was Davidson counties; No. 3, the North- upon the neck or throat, barely miss- ordained a minister of the gospel oy ern 'ection of Montgomery county; ed being fatnl. tho Baptist Church Authorities, at Sunday, No. 4, the Southorn section of Montr Reports are that Phillips entered Sinallhous Baptist Church, gome. Cheatham and Dickson coun- tho restaurant In a somewhat Intox- nnt No. The examination was con ties; No. 5, Henry and Weakley icated' condition and became rather ducted by tho Rev. John A. Bennett, yres- No. 6. Obion, Fulton, counties; boisterous and was ordered from the while Rev. Birch Shieius was Hickman and the threo Southern dis- room!-b- y bringing on the ont In the capacity of Clark. Rev. Casobler, tricts of Graves county; No. 7, the altercation and mix-u- p Fuaua. pastor; Res. w. . In which the t? No. 8, alremainder ot Graves county; knlfo wounds wero inflicted, In the Taylor and G, II. Lawrenco were McCracken and Carlisle, Ballard, or upon the pavement Just ' so present. front door Livingston counties;. No. 9, Callooutside. Cascbior has been doing I Dinner was served on tho grounds prosont. ' way; No. 10, Marshall and Lyon well, and unless complications arise rnd a lars congregation counties; No. 11. Caldwell and a part will rapidly recover. Minister is to be Tho newly ordained in the of Trigg; No. 12, South Christian and missionary Phillips was arrested by Sheriff assoclatlonal Stewart counties; No. 13, North Ralph and. upon his waiving examin- Greenup Association. Christian and Muhlenberg; No. 14, ing trial was placed under bond to Todd; No. 15, Dark Fired section of uwalt action ot the grand Jury. AIRS. OD1E I). HARPER Webster, No. 18, GIVEN SURPRISE Logan county; Hopkins and Crittenden counties ;No. SOUTHARD MAY 19, Ohio and McLean counties; No. On Tuesday, October 31, a number 20. the Eastern section of Daviess Miss Vena Southard and Mr. Van Of friends and relatives ot Mr. .and county; No, 21, Spencer (Ind.) Han May Jr., each of whom reside at ' Mrs. Odle D. Harper, gathored at tho cock, Brecklnrldgo'and Western sec Simmons, came to Hartford yester- home of Rev. and Mrs. R. T. Harpor. tion ot Daviess county; No. 22, day after procuring the necessary of near Hartford nnd surprised Mrs. section of Logan coun'y, and permit, wero Joined lu wedlock, at Odlo Harper by bringing their well-flllWarren, Simpson nnd Butler coun- the Methodist parsonago by the Rev. baskets with good things to ties; No. 23 all other oat In honor of her 19th birthday T. T. Frazlor. counties. In the afternoon a Tho bride Is a daughter of Mr and t anniversary. On Wednosday, November 8, tho Mrs. J. J3. Southard and the bride-- j kitchen shower was given Mr. and delegates will bo nominated, and on grom Is a son of Mr. Vun May, Sr., Mrs. Odlo Harper, who have just rethe 17th they will be elected. Both are cently 'mnrrlod. More than of the Hortou country. presents wero given and The following day thoy will choose popular and have many friends who tho association directors. greatly appreciated by tho rewere wish them well. ' On November 20th tho first busicipients. All present had a most MRS. SYLVESTER SHOWN ness meeting will be held hi Hopenjoyable day. Tho pupils ot Mr. klnsvllle. Harper school wero presont to parMrs, Sylvester Shown, ugod 66 take of the bounteous toast. -- OHNT12UTOWN 1 T. A. years, 6 months and 21 days, died REVIVAL AT GOS1II1N homo In Boda, Oct. 29, at 7 at her She Association of a. m., a victim ot pneumonia. Tho Paront-TeachA revival of much InteroU has boen Contertpwn hold au Interesting meet- had been ill ten' days. Sho was a coning October 27. A largo crowd was sistent member ot tho M. E. Church, In progress at tho aoshcu M. 13. presttit uud many new members a kind heartodi and a well bellked Church, S., since Tuesday ol last woro received, which makes tho lady. She was a daughter of the week. To date, there have boen 11 cersuccess of the Association late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Davis, and professions. Rov. T. T. Frazler. the Pastor, has been doing the preachwas reared In Hartford. tain. An Interesting program on prohiThe deceased Is survived by hor ing. The meeting wil likely close bition was rendered by tho school. husband, three daughters and tut. tomorrow. 'hands of Raymond Phillips, also of will comprise the J Hartford, last Saturday evening at J. C. Casebler, proprietor of "Heg's" Restaurant, located In the R, B. Martin, building on Main street, received painful knlfo wounds at the ORDINATION SERVICES cae r ' One-Suck- er ed One-Suck- er I two-hundr- or fu-tu- ro nt BEVERIOGE SURE taks tho tariff out of politics completely, and put tho fixing of , rates Into tho hands of nonpartisan tariff tlmp to tlmo on tariff rates in much tho eamo wny that the fedoral board nets about Interest rates and other matters affecting banking and currency, As to our foreign relations, Mr, Betondge ls a strict and thorozolng At a speech in Chicago isolationist. last weok, ho read three times with ts some earnest Imprcssivoness, from tho utterances of John freedom Marshall, which counsel from all entangling alliances. mm Surgeons agree that In cases of and Wounds Cuts, Burns, Bruises the first treatment Is most important. When an efficient antiseptic Is promptly, there Is no danger of Infection and tho wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast, Borozone ls tho ideal antisep tic and luatlng agent. Buy It now and be ready for an omergency. Price 30c COc and $1.20. Sold by tho m Ohio County Drug Co. sen-tencap-plve HEART OPERATIONS SAVES MANY LIVES London, Oct. 28. Mnny men are walking about nllvo and well to this day, who by all ordinary medical theories, should bo long dead nnd burled This fact Is revoaod In one of the volumes of tho "Official History of tho War" published. The book Is meant for tho doctors. It deals with the surgical work In France nnd tho other fighting fronts during hostili ties, but it contains, hidden among its medical cases ana descriptions much that Is of su promo interest to th layman. Instances are given of wonderful operations on tho heart and cures of casualties which wero ot first sight VICTOR, IS VIEW commission, which should act from Illinois Central System Tells About Senatorial Candidate Iracting Notable Attention. k At- - Shortage of Transportation J Uy Mnrk Sullivan. (In the Indianapolis Star.) Washington, Oct. 2G. Ono of the most obvious conclusions from a trip thrn the West Is that Alhert J. Beverldge, of Indiana, Republican candidal; for United States senator, litu a position in that territory which Koes beyond tho boundaries of his state and beyond, the Immediate question of ivhether or not he Is goAs to his to,? to win his election. Indiana contest, Beverldge is quite fatal. A trooper wounded by" n bullet rode several miles to a dressing stay photion and collapsed. An tograph of the man showed the bullet In tho interior border of tho heart. The patient lived for two Then he months In that condition. was operated on. An opening was mado and tho bullet removed by a pair of forceps from tho oxtremlty of. X-ra- jure to win. He personally will run well ahead far doeper than thoso strikes. cf his ticket. In some other parts of the ticket tho Republicans will What Is commonly called the "car shortage" is In reality a shortago of nil kinds of railway suffer losses to tho Democrats. Tho facilities, Including locomotives, freight cars, passing tracks, terminal facilities, etc. For a number Kepublicans will lose three, and pos- preacher describes SORT OF MAN TO MAURY of years the rato at which the railroads have been n bio to Incronso their fcllltles has gradually fallen sibly four, or even five, of tho thiroff, while tho ton mileage hauled, which represents the public demand for transportation, has been tne neart. xnis manipulation causteen Congressmen they now have New York, Oct. 28. In a talk on ed gaining steadily. little distress to the heart, and the from Indiana. of a man It is safe to pulso only failed momentarily. Deverldgo's strength, boyond "What sort .lfr. In tho seven years ended with 190", the number of locomotivos Increased 2,500 a year, and the marry?" tho Rev. John M. Moore, A man was admitted to hlspltal that of the ordinary Republican pastor of tho Marcy Avenuo Baptist number of freight cars 90,000 a year. In tho next scvon ears tho number of locomotives Increased after receiving a shrapnel ball strength, is obvious. He will have Church, only 1,000 a year, nnd the number of freight cars only 50,000 a year. In tho soven yoars ended with at Marcy avenue nnd Madi wound. The ball was embededd In moro Independent votes and more son street, Brooklyn, gave the follow 1921 the number of locomotives Increased only 27 5 a year, nnd the numbor of freight cars only the wall ot the left ventricle, nnd It Democratic votes than any other Re- ing rules for girls to follow: a year. Tho Increase In the number of locomotives In tho sovon years ended with 1921 wns Trnliltrnn nnmlnen cnnld have cot As was removed with a Jscoop. ThJ 1 Don't marry a- man you don't pure carbolic rpiriilnr TTpniilillcnn strniicMl. h tn Mm cavity was treated with only as great as in the sovon years ended with 1907, while tho Increaso In Uio number of know thoroughly. fc He will have It practically entire. acid. The patient soon recovered. as great. The decline In tho amount nnd capacity ot the equipment freight cars was only 2. Don't marry a man, you exCurved N'efdle. The number of Republican voters pect to roform. ' provided has been accompanied by a corresponding decline in other facilities. This condition can A soldier with a largo wound In tvIio will refrain from voting for Mr. not continue without causing frequently recurring losses of a serious nature to tho country. 3. Don't marry a man you don't Beverldge becauso of hard feelings showed that he had a tear Intelligently or who does not the chest During periods of business depression, when there Is n surplus of transportation, the rallroadH arising out of the primary campaign lovo you in the membrano surrounding the the same way. should be most active In enlarging and extending their facilities for future needs, but that has not against Senator New, will bj neg- love heart, and also a wound In the heart 4. Don't marry a man who does ligible. itself. This wound was carefully been possible In the past, becauso business depressions have been accompanied by widespread denot respect womanhood. Is The Republican organization stitched with catgnt on a curv d mands for reduced rates. Such agitations discourage railway managements when questions tof recmarry a. man whom 5. Don't needle, the needle being entered half unified and working earnestly for the ommending extensive nnd costly lmprovomnts nro being considered nnd drlvo Investors awny other men and children- dislike, to flier senator's election. an Inch from the edges of the wound. 6. Don't marry an egotist. from- railway securities. When tho confidence of Investors In railway securities is fully rostnred, Jtoglhtratlon Is Heavy. The operation was successful. 7. Dont marry a man who can't large expenditures for additions and betterments can bo made, and the railroads will then bo nblo to registration In Indiana In this obvious from these surgical The It is support you. supply all necessary transportation. This is the "railway question" in a nutshell. records that the popular Idea that Tear of general Indifference. Is larg8. Don't marry a man who unsn t er than In any other state. It any sense of humor. "a bullet In the heart" means death What the country needs badly are many leaders among business men, farmers 'and workers One soldier whose heart amounts to 1,413,257, which is withis wrong. with vision to see that business. Including agriculture, must havo ample railway service, and with 9. Don't marry a man who Is was penetrated thru by a bullet from in 23,000 of the hugo registration in not of approximately your own age courage to tell the truth about the transportation sltuatfon. Upon the uttltuto of the public toward a rifle placed against his chest lived 1020. nnd interests. the railroads will depend whether such crises ns thu present ono aro to be avoided in the future. a considerable time. For this large registration in the Don't marry a man who has led for of the book deals with present year there are several reaA section Constructive criticism and suggestions are Invited, a fast life. transfusion. It was discovsons. One is that many women, who ' "The man whom It ls positively blood to be possible to store live C. H. MARKHAM ihavo not previously taken advantage safe to marry," added Dr. Moore, "Is ered I'rvsiilcn-tIllinois Central Sixtein. of their prerogative, have registered blood and to use It as occasion made V the man whom you know to be clean. recessary. Tho blood was drawti this year. Many of them have regis- capable you and chivalrous; whom tered specifically with the motive of love and who loves you; a man who from willing donors during times of kept for use during In addivoting for Mr. Beverldge. l, a saving sense of inactivity and has periods. The giving of blood to this, by a provision of the Intion humor aijl, most Important of all, rush diana law, any one who registers this a man the stamp of whose life and to a sorely stricken man thus mad" drainage system but the crop or cow- - fishing. Tho friend know nothing jear is registered permanently and church ideals and habits a g'ood no more demands on an overworkeda rnnrnnnrnn-TTcm Mrjpna " 'peas. hay from ench aero of tho drain- - about tho gentle art, freed from the necessity of repeat- womau Is willing to have her chil- surgical staff than the giving of but was set up BIBLE THOUGHTS eu area tins year was valued simple saline Infusion, and a far ing the t process. at with all tho necessary tacklo. ond a dren bear." ForTfiisWeek greater number or patients could be S23.SS more than that from each nice, comfortable seat on tho bank, Mr. Beveridgo's campaign and the I acre, or tho undralncd sertfmr. .Thcr Tho experienced hand are attractBlbto ThoaffhU memorised, will pron Irrogular bowol movements lead treated than under ordinary direct started pnceiau ncntmsa id uccr jrsra. system thereforo lacks only ingn few yards higher up tho stream ing much attention beyond the limits to chronic constipation and a consti- transfusion from one person to anU "uuiiiatruiauiuirrTTTnTni'j?'t"',ani Ls unique among all $8.J4 an acre ot having paid for It- - Presently tho novice said: "How of his state. He pated habit fills the system with im- other. I 80lf- The blood taken for emergency the candidates for the Senate thruout purities. much do those red things cost?" Herblno is a great bowel the I am not GOSPEL OF CHRIST: The field being used In tire demon- r suppose yon mean tho float 7" the country in that on three differ- regulator. It purifies tho system, was stored lu Ice boxes and' This ashamed of the gospel of Christ; for stration contains about 20 acres. said ent occasions he has been summoned vitalizes the blood nnd puts the di- corpuseles were preserved. the angler. "That only coat outside his state to make speeches. gestive organs In fine, vigorous con- blood had to be heated to body it Is tho power of God unto salvation eleven of which wero drained. The about five cents." These seeches are studied carefully dition. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio warmth before being- administered. to overjr one that bellereth; to tho other nine acres had hotter soil on "Ve, I owo you five cents said them nnd since they were not ns wet j the novlco. "Tho ono you lent me m No ill effects were, observed from the Jew first, and also to tho Greek. and the position he takes on various County Drug Co. -. as tne cloven acres, they wero left hus sunk." London Tit Bits., questions forms tho subject of wideus' ot preserved blood corpuscles ex- Romans 1:10. How beauti- untrained so that tho yields frojn cept in one? desperate case. HANS "TIME SABOTAGE" HOW BEAUTIFUL: personal discussion and newsspread What Ls the effect of going- Into ful aro the feet of 'them that preach mix a rui ni-- imri ui urn num toum paper comment. wire How many fish did you in other an address at Buffalo, N. Y., battle on the ordinary civilian? In the gospel of peace and bring glad be compared with thoso from a part catch last Saturday. Oeonrc. ; Some of the candidates It is scientifically analyzed In the tidings oC good things! Romans 10: of the samo field that was not drain-- ) states-looto Mr. Beverldge Tor lead- Postmastrr General Work said that HirsbaiVI Six, darling all bcau-ed'- .. administration book. Tho excitement of an attack 15. on national tho present postal Tlie system (was put In during tlea- ership and take positions being SAVING GRACE: Let us there- this last spring, nil thu trendies tor questions based on Mr. Beveridgo's "has no thought of advertising ro- - converts the normal liuntau I thought so. Thnt fish Wtf. Instituting radicalism, or of I Into a simple fighting machine. The fore come boldly unto tho throne ot thu tile being dug by hantU. Tho cost denier has made a niistnke again. views. It Is probably not too much forms or inIt con- effects of the excitement are "to grace, that we. may obtain mercy, ot $32.02 an acre for putting in tho Ho's charged us tor eight. Stray "to say. that Mr. Beverldge, more than performing tho impossible. adcrease the heart boats, ralsa the and find" graco to help In time of tlio probably could havo lwon reduce- Stories. afi 'other Republican leader, either ceives its duty to be that of an glucose need. Hebrews 4:10. d- had somo ot this work been done , -- . SMMng those now running for ofllce ministrator of statute laws and as blood pressure, and set free by machinery. Immediately GRACE AND KNOWLEDGE: among those already in office, has such should" compel an honest day's from the liver in response to the dealter A Good Cough McdiWno for Children. or wage." mand of the muscles tor more food- Grow In graco, and In the knowledge the drains had' been put In. tho en-tlmade tho impression of having a work for a legal stipulated Mrs J. W. Phillips, Re.don. Ga., declared that stuffs." The utility, of these bodily of our Lord and Saviour Josus 20 acre's was treated with acid phoned to future program. He The. postmaster-generJ. M. Floyd, tho merchant protect changes is obvious, enabling- the man Christ. To him be glory both now phosphate, which was applied at tho has a personal program of tho sort his department Intended to thoro, for a bottle or Chnmberloln's to and Torever. 2 Peter 3:18. work and rate of 200 pounds nn acre, nnd, tho Cough Remedy nnd which both political parties might bo tho loyal workers from thosj who to do moro muscular said sho had THE LORD: Follow-pea- ce field planted to cowpeas. TO SEE expected to have, but which they do think the "government owes them withstand fatigue longer. bought u bottlo or It at his storo m with ull men, and holiness, n living" and from those whose motWfton tho cowpeas werjo cut this roccntly rtnd not have. thnt It was doing her Neuralgia ot the race, shoulder, without which no man shall see the fall, It was found that tho undraln-e- d to Is "Shorter hours, less work and Piogr.uit Is I'rosresulvo. children so much good that alio wantIs laboring to hands, or feet requires a powerful Lord. Ho part of tho field yielded 3,758 ed to keep up Hebrews 12:14. '.Mr. Boverldge's program on many moro wages." You tho troutmont. penotrate tho flesh. The Lord pounds of cowpea hay tin acra while GRACE AND PEACE: old questions with which ho bring about rapid advancemout for remedy that will of the wilt find nothing hotter for cough9 progresdiligent and faithful worker, at Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses, mako his faco shine, upon thee, and tho drained part of thu flold yielded and tho was identified In the pas,t, is colds In chldren or for yourself. working that power. Rubbed lu whore tho he gracious unto theo: the Lord lift 5,3f0 pounds of hay an nrro, or 92 sive. Ho Is for tho direct primary tho samo tlmo lmprovlug his It koops tho cough looso, expectorapounds moro an aero than tho and diminishing night pain Is felt Is all that ls necessary to up his countenance upon thee, and and for the prevention of child labor. environment tion easy and soon frees tho system strong and fragmentary hours. relievo suffering and restore normal give thee poaco. Numbers 6:23:26. uiulralned area. This Increaso In At the samo timo he makes a from th cold. m, -- e and SOc, COc ' Prlco conditions. SS sluco the ykld was valued at $23. point of preserving tho sanctity of Ohio Const Ipnl ion. $1.20 per bottle. Sold by the hay su'Id for $30 a ton tlio courts and haa taken a position j HUES STATE OP OKLAHOMA m County Drug Co. Most laxatives and cathartics afspecifically opposing thingsniini nave A t. ford only temporary relief and on this . Ifecn said by Lu Follotto Tho federal governiuont has filed IJor Infants and Children shonltl ho used only for that purpose WIGGLY PILLOW FOUND Ho believes that somo now FOR FLETCHER'S a bllHof complaint against the- stato permanent relief CONTAIN BIG SNAKE Wheu you want to In Use TO Years Over form of taxation must bo devised I of Oklahoma to recover $42,000 tako Chamberlitln's Tablets and ho piece out taxes already in existence Always bears t from the stato hank commissioner, filling careful to observe tho directions with country's the Pomoroy. Oct. 28. After for the meeting of the &&& THOSE riSUEHMEN who Is in charge of tho insolvent Signature of a pillow from a box of old feathers each package. These tablets not neads, nnd for aula purposo advoOklahoma Stato Bank. The monoy Durst, only move th bowolB, but Improve In In an outhouse, Mrs. Klnsoy cates the sales tax. Ho bellovos Tho Rev. Mr. Goodlo (on a flsltlng was deposited by the secretary of tho railroad labor made of living near Lotart, placed the pillow tho appetite and strengthen tho di- trip Smart dancing frocks aro thu abolition of the with a brother minister) Interior and belonged to Incompetent wi gestion, H delicate colored satins with very full, on her little son's bed. luiurd, and wants to loave the Ilrothor, I am beginning to wonder and restricted Indians of tho FIvo days tho child comto ar-ll- scalloped skirts. Needless to say, For sovoral and their employes free whether it Is right to take any fish Clvlllzptl Tribes. It lu contended by CROP INCREASE FIRST YKAJt at their bargains without legisla- tho skirts aro but a few iuchos from plained that his pillow was "wlggly." ALMOST PAYS FOR DRAINAGE nut ot this stream. tho government that this monoy opened It. Sho tlmo thu floor.' Finally his mother .At tho same tive Interference Rov, Wlso Well I guess we'd hot- Bhould ho paid by tho bank boforo must ho lower freight j found a big blacksnake among the ho nays thoro Lexington, Ky., Nov, 28. The cost ter wait till wo soo whether wo aro the dlschargj of othor obligations. feathers. rates for tho sako of farmers and' $100 Reward, $100 of draining many fields on Kentucky going to get any or not. Life. any J business mon. The readers of thin payor will be I The lad now refuses to uso Property is tho fruit of labor; farms can almost be paid for by the u pleased to learn that there Is ut loust pillow nt all. In the samo spirit ho proposos -, one dreaded uisoaso that science liae Tho curate discovered a man fish- - property ls deslrablo; It is a positive crop Increases obtained tho first irullcy of greutor freedom for mislbeen able to cure In all Its atugcj unJ year after tho tlio aro put in, accord- Ing ono Sunday. Ho had already good to tho world. That somo should This Menus You. that la catarrh. Catarrh nesa and for the, individual from influenced by constitutionalbeing tsrrjtly lomliilont ld When you get up with a bad taste ing to results obtained during the caught several fish. "My good man," j bo rich shows that othera may On tho requires constitutional treatment. Hall a rovornmont interference. tho curate, "what havo thoso. como rich and, hortco, is Just Medicine Is taken Internally iiml lu vour mouth, a dull tired feeling, sunimer Just past by W. O, Duncan, Beverldge Justifies npprov- - Catarrh Hia lllnnil nn IhH Mtlpnilj ftm. nnta tlini tariff Mr. Ag- dono io deserve their to energy and onter-mon- t, grounu um races ot the aystem ttiereDy uesirojiiiK no relish for food nnd aio constlpat- - who ls cooperating with County al ortno now billon tlio j prise. Uje foumlatlon of tne aMe. KWlns tin on the Sabbath?" you neod n ont F. O. Townes and tho larm Lot not him who is housiJess first timo, a patet strength by buUJine up the con ttl, you may know that ' rt .contains, for the "That's what thoy get for chasing pull down tho housp of another but tltutlon ana assisting nature in doins lu ot Chamberlain's Tablets. They glneerlng section ot tho College ot -- flexibility" provibiou, which makos Tju proprletora ,ave B0 ,,ul worl move- - Agriculture In carrying out a draln-me- worms on tho day ot rest, sir." aus- - let hlni labor diligently nnd build or Hair- not only caiifQ an agreeahlo from faith in the curative ft pOhUiblO to change tho rates they offer One j one for himself, thus by example as- ap- - Catarrh Medlcina that case ot tho bowels, but cjoanso and age demonstration on his farm near vrered tho nuglor. Mr. Beverldge that it fulls Hundred Dollars for any time to time. 'suilng that his own shall bo safo to cure SnnJ for list of testimonials Invigorate tho stomach and improve Lurorne, Muhlenburg county. It cost proves this as a beginning, hut -wouyi Address v J. chuney & co, TotuJo An ardent angler took a friend from violence when built. Lincoln. ui hlta $32 02 an aero to put iu the th digestion. Ho propo- s to Ohio. Bold by all DrmmUts, 75c. 10 much further, J , one-nintth - We aro' now In one of thoso periods when tho btisln'w ot the country. Including agriculture, by reason of tho phortage of railway transportation tho Inability of tho. railsuffors sovere loss-eroads to move promptly nil ot thj traffic awaiting shipment. Tho Illinois Central System is leaving nothing undone In Its efforts to mfet tho situation. In our October statoment wo showed that wo have this year added to our rolling equipment new cars loThaso purchncs Included sixty-fir- e and locomotives costing n total ot moro than 114,000,000. large purchased, In addition, seventy-flv- o comotives. Since that statement was published wo hao freight locomotives, making a total of 140 locomotives purchased this year. However, we aro handling the largest traffic In tho history of this system, and our patrons doubtless will contlntio to be Inconvenienced by tho general shortnge of transportation facilities. Tho miners' strike, which continued for nearly flvs months, and the railway shopmen's slrlko have naturally had an effect upon tho present shortage ot transportation, but tho mnln cause goes W self-contro- , - - I io al ut - 1,-5- sub-Joc- CASTOR rA For 30 Children Cry OASTO RA - rall-viwd- ve bo-sa- en-fi- sh -- Imprison-'.courageme- nt ! on-do- se por nt 4 Dosi't Be Penny Wise and Pound Foolish Don't think because you, can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save on Bake-Da- y, mills and other Industries In southGHOSTS OF THE SEA ern states continue AS WELL AS OF LAtyD Without thetorenewal of op rations. tho contract New York, Oct. 2S. A good has been heard recently about the nppcarnnco of ghosts oa land. Many a village has Its haunted In use or lane, duly regarded with varying of nwe by tho Inhabitants. This being so, It is not surprising that tho sea also possesses its quota of legendary uncannlness. Thoro is tho famous Flying Dutchman, or phantom ship, or Vander-dockeWhat truth there Is In the frequent reports thit it hns been sighted It Is difficult to say, but historically there Is no doubt that rathgontloman of that er a nanve many years ago left Holland for the East, by way of the Gape tip Good Hopo. Tho story Is that, meeting with bafflng winds, ho swore a terrible oath, In 'consequence of which the Divine wrath decreed that he should for eternity endeavor to weather that d-is n. for another year under tho previous terms, it was explained, theso Indus-til. a would havo to closo down or bo groatly curtailed In production because of tho lack of developed " hydro- 'Jet Contents 15FluidPfachn Use CALUMET The Economy power. By Its terms the" contract can ba canceled by tho government on 30 dnys notice. It Is expected that tho nn'nual rental will amount to approximately $200,000. Representatives of Henry Ford state, that this renewal of the old contract has no hearing whatever on the status of the Ford offer. -electric CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ANTIGONISII GHOST EXPLAINED The "ghost" In the Antlgonish farmhouse in Nova Scotia was Mary Ellen McDonald, young daughter of the farmor. Her real mental state was learned and sho was sent to a hospital for tho insane. So many mysterious and annoying things happened In tho McDonald house that tho family decided to abandon It. Dr. Salter Prince of New York went to Investigate. After staying In the house several nights and carefully studying the situation ho canio to tho conclusion that Mary Ellen was tho "ghost," psrhaps unconsciously. This was angrily denied, but It is now a fact established. . m B m BAKING POWDER IK T, se??? PlUMtf v WlTTCNTtH M" UnTTrt t ! -- ITA inary leavening strength. BEST BY TEST It costs on vatrar-nun ui a. V.C11L lJX each baking. You use less because it contains more than the ord- ii feK4Si IUw. Always iWvww"KBI Bears the r "" nt f!il ThcrctyProtnolin8Uigcsu. Signature ana AAV ' I AVciclablcrrcpamlionforAs-. similntlmiUicrood by Keiula-i lino thcStomachs and Bomber. . Cheerfulness Onlum.Morphuic nor tresy--neith- er Mineral. NoTflAncuiy, I of Senna headland. The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. Another strange sea ghost storj1 Is 'that during January 1647, n vessel left New Haven, Conn., but was never heard of again. Ono evening In the following Juno, after a severe storm, sho wns soon coming up the rlvor. Tho inhabitants were d at her return, but something uncanny was noticed about her, especially as she was sailing against OFFER FREE MEDICAL over-Joye- ItortlSm-- 1 In Conslipnh-o- AhclpfuMcmedyfor and Diarrhoea. nn.i Vrverishncss and n resulUncrcfromjnWancyfacsimile SWnatarect InxCCKrACTCCHPfi Loss of Sleep fj m Use - rasas. for Over Thirty Years tho wind. EXAMINATIONS Under a ruling of the postofflce department its employees in 57 of the largest cities throughout the United States will be gtvon free medical examinations whenever desired. Tho plan has been authorized by the THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER westorn University, has Just completstudy of the lake ed his elovon-yea- r level problem. I' h of a foot in "Increase of tho level of tho lakes," said Dean I Hayford. "would make It possible for the typical large lake Vessel to car ry seventy-si- x more tons freight with practically no additional cost. "Our goal eventually Is to discover the laws governing tho stream flow of tho water of tho great lakes regions with Incidental problems of the amount of evaporation from tho lakes In a given period. "Wo now havo an ,oven chanco of discovering tho mean level of tho whole of Lakes Michigan and Huron on any day within of a foot, based on lake survey records at Mil waukee, Mackinac City and Harbor Beach." The same work formerly took a week, Professor Hayford said. ( one-tent- QUESTIONS and Bible Answers will to look If Parmtfl .. i nriuraire rhtUren..,;. no i :i i..i.i nu mnunii nm uiimv Aiuwvn, 11 wui print a pneejeu nenugv u wcra in uicr yetn. Faded Away. . To the onlookers' consternation sho gradually faded away and dis appeared. Longfellow has marked the occurrence In poetry: On she came, with a cloud of canvas, Right against the wind that blew; Until tho eye could distinguish. The faces of tho crew. And the masts, with all their rigging, Fell slowly one by one, And tho hulk dilated and vanished As a sea-miIn the sun. That the combined sea and land tank, about which so much speculation existed during the war, should havo been forecast by a phantom ship is indeed strange. This is tho specter vessel of Porthcurno, In Cornwall, and in Robert Hunt's "Romances of tho West of England," there is a description of what a local inhabitant witnessed during one of its escapades. "On It came from over the sea. Glided up over the sands and steadily pursued Us way on the dry land. On it went to Bodelan and turned toward Chyg-wideand there vanished." Truly weird! Tho "Chronicles of tho St. Lawrence" also contain a description of vessel a mysterious disappearing seen oft Cap d'Espolr, and which vanishes amid the noiso of battle. Sho is said to bo tho spirit of a British flagship which was, unaccountably lost. Tho lumbermen of tho same great river relate that a warning of bad weather is given by tho appearanco of an antique caravel, which pro ceeds most unconcerned up the Gaspe Falls, where no other could follow. st t"ftr w NEWJYA. CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. TMC NT AU COMPANY, NCW YORK CITY, 2DT!iicuiui"gnncrii How docs Ood expect us to walk? (Jen. 17:1. Upon whom should wo cast our burden? Psalm G5:22. To whom Is strength promised? Isa. 10:31. With whom shall It bo well? Eccl. 7:17. e What does 'of us? doiL-requIr- treasury department and the examinations will bi given by representatives of the public health service at their stations In the cities designated by the postal officials. WINS ROAD ESSAY PRIZE Stanley Newcomb, an eight-grad- e pupil In the San Diego, Cal., public schools, won first prize in the essay contest conducted by the Hlgh-wa- y Educational Board. SUanley gets a gold watch and a trip to Washington as guest of the Board and of the National Automobile Chamber of Commerce. The subject was "How Can I Make the Highways More Safe," and the contest was open to all elementary school pupils In the United States. MAIL TUBES SAVE TIME. Tho pneumatic mail tubes under the West Side of New York were used for shotlng mail up and down town for the first time in four years. According to Assistant Postmaster Kiely the system saves more than three hours daily over the trucks which have been used since the tubes were discarded. BOOST TUBERCULOSIS CURE New England Tuberculosis conference held at Augusta, Me., that thj sun euro Is successful .not only 'for bono and glandular tuberculosis but for tho pulmonary forme as well. Tho treatba ment requires tlu t tin as much as psrsiblo to pure sunlight.. It was caM that ex- -' posuro of tho entire body thru winter and summer not only does not causo rcolds but actually Is an effective means of preventing them. IB Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. I f Mlcal) C:8. What Is said of to anger? Prov. 1C:32. For whom did Jesua pray? 17:6-9- . oni who Is slow The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper John 4 1 fr POPULATION' IN RAPID GROWTH. means a growth of power Japan Is destined to, assumo a rolo of Increasing Importance among the nations of the earth. In 1921 she increased In numbers by 724,609 or about 12 to the thousand' in- population. Ono noticeable feature of the latest figures Is the lessening of tho death rate which has long been ahead of any Western country. This fell off by 2.72 to while Infant mortality was G.S per cent of tho healthy births. " It Increase In population CIIUHCII ATTENDED BY PRESIDENT IS PICKETED Washington, Oct. 29. Amnesty workers who havo been picketing the Whlto House turned tholr attention today to tho Calvary Itaptlst Church where the President generally worships. Four pickets were stationed 'outside tho church during tho morn-lu- g services, but Mr. Hardlnlg did not tho picket were women. They - 1,-0- carried placards asking President Harding to give immediate attention to tho cases of political prisoners. Last week amnesty pickets wore stationed at entrances to tho Whlto The Joint Atnnesty House grounds. that tho announced Committee picketing will go on until all tho prlsonors aro free. Arrangements are being made for a special nppcal to tho President November 11, when advocates of amnesty from different parts of tho country will make pil- grlmagos to Washington. COW KILLS SNAKE AS MAN' IS ATTACKED Ky. Oct. 29. Paul Mnysvlllo, Wilson, a farmor on Blue Crpek, today gavo one of his cows an extra portion of fodder. Wilson was driving his cowi to the burn yesterday whom alargi snake prepared to strike at him. Tho cow Jumped on the snako, ' kllling It. It wasr declared at. thi ier-Journ- Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It 'is essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Cour- is the daily newspaper you will need. al i ' ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE By special arrangements wo are now ablo to offer 1 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CASTOR' A HARDSTOWN TO HAVE A f?:!00,000 HOTEL Erec- y Hardstown, Ky., Oct. 29. a modern $300,000 hotel at Hardstown Is planned by n syndlcnte of business men of this city. Tho homo of tho late Judge J. W. Thomas hus boon purchased as a site tor tho new hotel. Plans for tho hotol call for 100 Tooms with bath. Ono floor will be devoted to apartments. Especial attention will be given to the furnishings of tho hotol. Tho now hotel Is necessitated, It Is said, by tho increased number of tourists who como to Hardstown annually to visit the "Old Kentucky Homo" and tho Catholic Cathedral, which Is the oldest west of tho Alleghany Mountains and tho 6ocond oldest la America. tion of GREAT LAKES LEVEL ' MAY UK HKGULATKD r Chicago, Oct. 28. Tho level of tho Great Lakes can effectively bo regulated by placing movable duma BufIn tho Niagara River opposlto falo and in tho St, Lawrence Rlvor where it, meets Lako Ontario, Prof. today. declared .Tnhn S. Hayford Hayford, who Is dean of Professor the school of engineering of North- On Monday, Nov. C, at about 1 o'clock p. in., at the Courthouse door In Hartrord, Ky.. I will offer for sale to tho highest bidder, for cash in baud, all notes and accounts due tho estate of J. B. Swain, deceased and also all notes and accounts duo the partnership of J. B. Swain and FINDS GREAT ANCIENT SKULL C. M. Swain. ENGINEER OF IRISH PACT, TO BOOST LLOYD GEORGE my hand, this Oct. 17, 'Witness An agent of tho museum or natu- - 1922. 17t3 Dublin, Oct. 29. A. W. Cope, Ashistory found in the desort of U. S. CAUSON, Admr. I ral y Qobl a five-fqfor Iroland, sistant skull of a giant land tho official mainly responsiblo for tho mammai, a uaucmierium, ucionging SHIP SULK WITHOUT CANS Anglo-Iris- h treaty, has resigned and to tho neocene geological period. As indicated by measurements of tho A now type of railway car has left tho Civil service to accept the skull tho beast was 15 feot tall and been designed for shipping milk In post of chief organizer of tho electo25 feet long. hulk, It Is announced. The car has ral campaign of Lloyd George. m nlno removable containers, each enFIVE LYNCHERS INDICTED AUTOS HEAT CHEAP LAHOK casing, a vacuum tank of 900 galnot lons. This system eliminates Flvo men wore indicted, for murder Observers report that American only tho necessity for milk cans but displacing also tho need for icing in as much as at Mcintosh, Ga , for taking part in a niotor trucks are rapidly lynched two negroes, coollo labor in China as a moans of the milk is kept at tho same tempera- mob which James Harvoy and Joo Gordon, transportation. It has been found ture In tho car as It was when loadwhile they were being taken to Sathat ono truck can do as much as CO ed. vannah for safekeeping. Both ness coolies In a day, with all their groes had been convicted of criminal and great strength. The REFUSED TO HONOR FLAG. assault. wages of the CO coolies amount to $3G to $48 whilo tho cost of the During a parade of tho G. A. R. CAT KILLS RATTLESNAKE truck comes to about $31. Thus in at Des Moines, Iowa, Samuel HIatt a competition between the lowest refused to remove his nat as tho nag According to Judgo A. K. Doss, priced labor In the world and tho passed by. After several requests. 0f Balllnger, Tox a pot cat sav.d highest priced that of steel workers to uncover, his hat was forcibly re- nS children from being bitten by a, and automobile makers the high moved by a deputy-sheriwho put rattlesnake. wore Tho chlldron priced labor has won. ; him under arrest. When. HIatt told i playing in tho yard whon tho reptile m ,hls fellow prisoners they gavo him i appeared, Tho cat Immediately ut- FLORIDA JUDGE OUSTED a good boating. tacked it, springing at Us head and Some tlmo ago Judgo J. R. Johnjumping back before tho snake son, of Lucie county, Fla., ruled that' i MUSCLE SHOALS could strike. Judge Doss says that by stato 'officers could make no arrests ( repeating theso tactics tho cat finalIn prohibition cases without first Secretary of War Weeks announc- ly killed tho snake. having the liquor in question analyz- ed tho for another year of ed. Ho was removed by Gov. Har- - the government electrical generating Mr. Blzzyman at phones Give me dee In response to a petition signed Bteam plant at Musclu Shoals to the "North quick. by cltfzons of Lucio county who ar Alabama Power Co, This action, ac Putitrnl nlrl (nnvr n,.. ,1ia 4Mi ....... ... ..x.. -- ...u leged that tho Judge was lax in en- - qordlng to Secretary Weeks, was nee- - Won't "Eight do? forcing the prohibition laws. jB busy. essary to euablo a number of cotton "North nt ot Under-Secretarnlm-bloneff E ox-is- cd THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L AND , THE REPUBLICAN1 Both ono year, by mail, for only $5.75. Tills offer applies to renewals as well as now fJibscrlptlons, but only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New' subscriptions may. If desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will ' date from expirntlon of present ones. If you prefer an .evening nowspaper, you may substltuto The Louisville Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this office. I .INJURED BY RIFLE IN SIAIL William Alexander, silence which good corpse. 13 oxpected of any a rural mall carrier ,( bhot In tho arm when a loaded rifU Tho Pasco county, Fla., grand jusent thru tho mail was discharged as ry returned first degreo murder Inho lifted it from a mail pouch. dictments against Wilson Connei and RECORDS tho six brothers, Georgo, Taff, b, Paul, Preston and Byrd 6ver-streA White Leghorn hen on an exin connection with tho n perimental farm near Ottawa broke of Federal Proh,i :lon tho world's record by laying an egg Agent 'J. V. Waters and Deputy-Sheri- ff for 107 cousecutlvo days. Another A. P. Cronshaw. record waH broken by u Whlto L?g- SECOND STRAWBERRY CROP horn hen owned by Tex Stuart, of Santa Cruz, Cal., when she laid 324 eggs In ono yonr. During tho warm weather of In,. dian summer many strawberry FINES UNRULY CORl'SE patches in the vicinity of Chicago developed, a second crop of triilL was Tho berrlos were on salo by grocen Jpsoph Rcpa, of Chicago, picked up on tho railway track for at 20 conta a quart. dead, 'but, at tho morgue whore ho Mrs. Sralff What has becom.o or wis awaiting .preparation for burial ho sat up on tho slab and poured out Mrs, Clubber, who started that sea bit of vituperation on his would-b- e cession movement against Pari) Hepa was haled into styles? ombalmers. polico court and fined $1, presumu Mrs. Nnyber I understand oi.o U bly for not maintaining that discreet busy at home 'lengthening bci EGG-LAY1N- O Bas-comet assls-slnatlo- of Mount Morris, N. Y., was INDICT BROTHKRS FOR MURDER. .. ... .LV b . . TN 1 it V No citizen should deindividuals. STRAY STREAKS sire ask or expect tho Nation to go further In tho affairs of other Na(By Fluke McFluke.) tions of the earth than ho would volPublished Weekly by acJULBTFOHU PRINTING COMTANT untarily go in iho affairs of his 'Incorporated quaintances bo their condition whatThey say that money le tho root ever It may. There is n proper and Qf all evil. Well, it may be, but it's equitable course to follow, that a safe bet that our's is not. W. S. TINSLRtf, Editor and Business Manager. should- - not bo deviated from, to do less would bo shirking. To ex1922 will bo known as tho yoar in Snterod according to law at the pect ono to do more 19 too much. which tho ocean went dry. Ky., as mail PMtofflco, Hartford, of ttao second class. , 3 SETS OF TRIPLETS, 2 OP If we had to be a girl wo'd like to TWINS STUMPS CONDUCTOR bo a beautiful chorus girl, Jilted and to Address all communications broken hearted by a ffne Hartford Republican. Oct. 2G. Three La Porte, Ind After tho suit was over wo'd sets of triplets and two sets of twins, live happily forover and thereafter, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS boys, are offered as ovldenco by always., tlubscrlbers desiring the paper sent all 'V a new address must give tbe old Mr. and Mrs. Frank Scott, that theirs Is a record family. "kddrcss in making the request. Another week has como and gone Business Locals and Notices 10c The Scotts, with their thirteen and our wife has not murdered us line, and 8c per Hjo for each children, boarded a train today, for yet, that Is at press hour. Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions tnd Cards the west In search of a new home. 8t Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for When tho mother proferred ono Some of the office force Jro wearMch head line and slgnautre, money ticket, for herself, as tho children all ing diamonds, but tho foreman and tm advance. Church Notices for services free, aro under five years old, the conduc- alleged front room boss are not of Hst other advertisements, lc per tor remarked: them. word. "Wo can't carry a Sunday school will Anonymous communications class, uiadame." Wo sec whero we have had some 'fcolve no attention. "But they are my children," Mrs. more bad luck, that is thu High , TELEPHONE Scott replied. Court has rendered a decision to the 59 Then the family btblo was produc- effect that It 's unlawful to give n Farmers Mutual ed, and it showed that Ashbel, Arch- fellow a drink of any sort of intoxifourjind one-ha- lf cants. Every fool friend wo havo NOVEMBER 3 er and Aus'tln each was FRIDAY years old; Arthur and Arnold, v. Ill be UU ling that opinion in tn years each; Allen, tolling us how sorry &c, they are threo and one-ha- lt . f; With as much space as there seems Almon and Albion two and that tho Court ruled thus and so. to be overhead still Airplanes collide Alfred, Albert and Adolph, eighteen and kill the occupants. months, and Abel and Abner six Ghosts of tho Sen American ships months. can't clear from British ports unless "With the mercury floating way up they carry a certain amount of liquor In tho eighties during most every day SINGING CONVENTION They can't land per" each passenger. a mighty in tho past, two weeks, it's HELD AT SUGAR GROVE wh'en they reach the homo port If joor4lme to go South to winter. they do. The eastern division of the Ohio Dark Tobacco Growers The met at County Singing Convention If thoso American boats had I. D. Association has been officialSugar Grove Sunday, Oct. 29. Claire and us and another bird or ly decla:d successful. The last The house was called to order by two wo know of, on board when they doubt has be-- n removed and the or- Rv. B. H. Morris, who led the song shores, if they had 33 1-- 3, inganization is now a going concern. "Nearer by God to Thee." Prayer leave British trouble in getting into the home port Approximately 74 per cent of the was offered by Rev. C. W. Brown. 12 8, 10 It wouldn't be because they wern't weed, dark type, within Tennessee, G. J. Christian was unanimously dry when they hit this side-- . Indiana and Kentucky has been plac- elected Chairman. E. F. Llles was ed in the pool and when buyers pur- chosen secretary Ernest Blrkhcad, together with " chase, terms mus. be made with the The following classes were present: Mrs. BIrkhead, went to Owensboro celling authorities instead of with Sugar Grove, G. Morris leader; Mt. recently, making the trip by Auto. 58,158 Individuals. Those who re- Pleasant, G. Morris-- leader; Roslne, every time they hit a says mained out of the organization will, Melvin Kesslhger,' leader; A Mixed Blrk spotthat tho road Mrs. BIrkrough in by reason of the Jn all probability, Class, E. S. Howard, leader. head would grab some part of his pool, receive more for their tobacco The following program was ar- wearing apparel In order to steady rethan they would have otherwise ranged and executed: herself, and that before they landed Fo which they should ceived. Morning at home ho didn't have a button left thank those" who stand with and for Three songs by Sugar Grove class. on his shirt. As to who' will the organization. Three songs by Roslne class.. drive the better bargains remains to Afternoon The Hallowe'en boys dragged the be seen. If sale of the pooled tobacOne song- - by a mixed class led by hull of an old auto truck In front of co should be somewhat slow this E. S. Howard. ESH our office door Tuesday night and wo year the members should not be a bit Three songs by Mt. Pleasant class. had made up our 'mind to leave It discouraged, .that may be expected, Three songs by Roslne class. quality Mockers and feeders continue ers 7c; ducks 15c; gecso 1314c.V there. It was In about the same spot BLAKEY'S BODY although the opposite may be the stops and starts, his Three songs by Sugar Grove class. where Doc-Rllto sell readily; common stockers turkeys old 33c; guineas old, 25cV greatest success should case. Tho unkind, The order was then reversed, each' unnvuffled" Lizzie. Some TO BE CREMATED more plentiful and hard to dispose each young guineas infants to 2 lbs, 60c come after this first year I class singing two songs would-b- e of at low prices. friends removed tho old each. grow stronger as time passes the was adjourned to hulk across the street though, and City Attorney's Widow To Take Atriics The Convention Calves 'Market steady. Best veals flmln chances aro that 50 to 75 per cent of meet at Horse Branch on the first $9 down; medium $3G; common,' To California; Burs FuDoc's back on familiar ground with to sign poolthe growers who failed Current approximate buying prices 5th Sunday after March. neral Services. his parking. We didn't see him stop $23. ing contracts in the recent campaign, E. F. LILES, Secy. or start, but we know he did, 'cause Hogs Market showed further de- carload lots, quoted by mills: v Our will be ready to do so in 1923.' Wheat No.-- red, $1.28 b'u.; wagG. J. CHRISTIAN, Ch'r'm. (Louisville Times, Nov. 1) we heard him in the two acts . clines today, with values 25 35c off. ' best wishes have been, and are now, Tho body of Clayton B. Blakey, All weights sold 8.25, with throw-ou- ts on wheat 2c bu. less. with the tobacco growers and believCorn No. 2 whlto 78c; No. 2 yelHORSE BRANCH City Attorney under thrco Mayors, JUDGE BETHURUM $7 down. association we ing in Sheep and Lambs Trade general- low, 78c; No. 2 inlxod 78c. who dropped dead yesterday, will be IN SENATE RACE have given our Wito for Ita success. Oats No. 2 whlto 48,&c; No. 5 Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stewart and cremated and the widow will take the ly steady, with supply light. Rest funwhlto, 48c. daughter, Lillian, attended the At the lambs $12 down; seconds, with her to California. There aro lots of things we can't eral of Homer Tllford, at Owens-bor- o, Lexington Ky., Nov. 1. Judgo B. ashes express wish of Mrs. Blakley no .ser- ucii miiti, $.ou uuwn; DUCKS understand, ono among the many is, J. Bethurum, for twelve years Cir- vices will bo held. Tho body will bo $2.50 iui 3. Tuesday,! HARTFORD GIRL WINS JuTwenty-Jght- h to Just why some of our good as Mrs. Lue Stewart was a guest of cuit Judgo of the POPULARITY CONTEST sent to Cincinnati tomorrow mornButter, Eggs and Poult ry. American Citizens desire that the friends In Rosine Monday and Tues- dicial District, today announced that ing. Buying prices net to shipper, tho Repubmix up in every sort "United States ho 'will be a candidate for the half-ma- st day. shipper paying freight and drayago The City Hall flag hung at Miss Martha Pato, daughter of Str1924, of muddle that comes to the surface Mr. Henry Daniel has moved back lican Senatorial nomination in was a general charges, are: today and thero and Mrs. A. E. Pato of this city, are surely not exJn Europe, We when the term of Senator A. O. Rockport. to Horso Branch from and JafferButter Country, packing stock, 22 was ono of the six young ladles, stuand air of mourning at Sixth pected to play nurse and bottle-bearoffice cents a pqund. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Mattlngly have Stanley, Democratic Incumbent to Mr. ninkev's in the dents of tho University of Kentucky, expire. for every squalling infant rooms at the homo of Mr. Joe Stevj-ar- t. senior Senator will w.n Eggs Candled firsts 37c doz. sec- to win a placo In tho annual populariclosed. T1& City Attorney was universe. The enormous rate of When asked for a statement reMr. Mattlngly Is fireman on to Mayor Hustin onds 24c. ty contest, staged at tho University taxes the Nation is now paying and the Owensboro branch of tho I. C. garding persistent reports that he probably closed Poultry Hns, 13 17c; spring last Saturday. Miss Pato Quln than any other official in tho Kenwas billions we owe, which Is the the and Salem Rule would enter the contest for the Mr, Frank Crahan for Mr. Quln was main reason for the obnormaj taxa- of Martwlck, visited tho former's tucky toga, Judge Bethrum said: municipal building,Blakey when he. chickens large 15c; small 20c; roost awarded Ilko honors Inst year. nccutnnt to Mr. tion, aro a direct result of extend- mother, recently. "You may say that I will bo In the Mayors Grlnstead and ing a helping hand in the day of abSenate In 1924, and that served under race for the Head and was his law partner later It appeared, and solute necessity, so at tho proper time I will matfo forPUBLIC SALE present Mayor went to we take It that but few would now mal announcement of my candida- until tho otherwise. But Frankfort as a Justico of tho Court will that wo had dono On Saturday, Nov. 11, 1922, nt 10 cy." thoso who keep the tempest boiling a. m. at my farm near McHonry, I Judge Bethurum has been logal ad- of Appeals. valuable-citizen- s "Ho wu"b one of tho most In tho pot must turn their attention will sell to the highest and best bid- viser to tho Kentucky prohibition deono of Its of tho State and to filling the bottle, nurturing their der tho following property: 2 milch partment and chief assistant to Dilawyers," said the Mayown and stifling the ciy of hunger cows, 5 Collins for the past year most capable head of young cr.ttlo, Thor- rector Sam popu- or. "His death Is tho heaviest loss Our interest In the and discontent. oughbred Poland China Boar, Bind- and has greatly Increased his In some lands beyond tho seas like that of the er, Mower, Hay Rake, Wheat Drill, larity with tho rank and) fllo of the that tho city has suffered of course hu- time." private individual, is people who stand- for strict enforceDisc Harrow, Wagon, Plows otc. Because of tho fact that Mr. Blakanan. A fellow who will not make an 19t2p MRS. MATTIE SMITH. ment of the prohibition laws, ey was dovotlng his unusually briland his honest effort to help himself Judge Bethurum has Indicated that ,, many complex problems own tho, is not expected to meet with he will run on a law and order plat- liant mind to In HOMER TILKORD IS city's affairs, his absence will ny very great degree of success will oppose any slackening of the ACCIDENTIA' KILLED form and undoubtedly bo keenly folt, his soliciting from those who observe his of the present prohibition law. said. It was raro in recent daily walk. Wo have also noticed Homer Tllford, ago 21 years, a years to find a man of Mr. Blakoy's 110ND PRICES make the most fuss that those who qf Owensbo enilbor occuuylng such an office, be about exorbitant taxes aro the same well known young man 100.G8 cause of the financial sacrifice Involv to spsnd ro, employed as air Inspector for the Llborty 3Vs .fellows who want the Nation was ed. It was through his personal Liberty 1st 4s still more and incu.r further and Louisville and Nashville railroad, 98.32 friendship Sor Mr. Blakey, however, Intp every killed Sunday morning about four Liberty 2d 4s greatw hazards by dipping '..,.',98.40 that the Mayor was able.to bring him thing Imaginable thruout the rest o'clock at Corbln, Ky., when a string Liberty 1st 44s ono on Liberty 2d 4 A a of cars backed Into the 98.26 back from California to tako the of tho World. And over "there" It , ,98.72 placo. they not only expect us which ho was working catching him Liberty 3d 44s jseems that his 98.58 to furnish tho goat but feed and milk between tho cars and breaking Ow- Llborty 4th LOUISVILLE MARKETS product, certified neck. Tho body, was brought to Victory 3 s It and deliver tho The Ucalled ensboro Monday afternoon. .'100.36 and bottled at their" pleasure We Tuesday, from St. Called Cattle Mldwefck supply wasi of 100.02 hear quite a lot of our "complete funeral took place good volun)o, but tho deslrablo kinds Church, with services U. 8. Now 98.84 isolation" when In fact wo were nov-e- r Pauls' qathollc sold readily at fully steady prices. as far from Isolation and will nev- by nev. Father Fitzgerald. The ubov quotations do not good domand son of Mr. and The decoased was a accrued Interest, which Is add- Best light butchers In er see the day when we will be as better Mrs. Joe K. Tllford, of Irvlngton, Ky. ed from date of previous coupon pay- at fully steady to slightly nearly Isolated from Europe and its rates, with medium and plainer klndB senso in which tho of Bale. ment to date affairs, in tho Few prime slow and unchanged. . ' FARM LOANS term Is fondly uted, as we wero ten For Salt' I havo tho leading va- heavy steers wero offered; medium theroto. Thero years ago and prior slow steers and arc certain things, certain linos of When you need a loan you want rieties of both early 20 to late apple and Inactive. Tho bestcontinue cows heavy 30cts. Ex- and I am in position to trees for salo, Prlco good citizens ought, it promptly, procoeduro, ull HARTFORD, KY, 2.50, grape vines 10 and 'in fact must purtaie In tho communi- loan you money at a low rate of in- tra good Concord BARRETT, Beaver sold about steady; canners, $2 cutters according to weights, with 16t4 lGcts, R. E. lands. ty to which ho belongs, and to that terest on farm Bull trade slow. Good $2.75 3. M. T. PARKS, Hartford. Dam, Route 1. -- extent Nations are not different from ;The Hartford Republican FORD CARS AND TRUCKS jttor multl-mllllon-ho- FORDSON TRACTORS! The recent reduction of $50.00 on cars and trucks, makes the delivery price on the different models as Touring, regular, $352.26 $378.26 Touring, D.R Touring, starter,. .$425.06 Touring, S. D.R.,. $451.06 $661.14 Sedan, ..$430.92 Truck, al one-hal- Roadster, regular, $322.10 Roadster, D. R., ..$348.10 Roadster, starter,'. $394.90 Roadster, S. D. R., $420.90 Coupe Chassis $593.54 $282.44 Tractor $431.00. Buy on the time payment plan arid pay as you ride. 40 or 50 per cent down, the balance in monthly stallments in 6, months. or You can see any of the above models at our garage in Beaver Dam. Beaver Dam Auto Co. BEAVER DAM, KY. both phones. both phones. ey lk $78;. er -- I I Used Dodge Cars At Bargain Prices WE HAVE - es 4s One 1918 model Dodge Touring Car One 1919 model Dodge Touring Car Will sell at a very low figure. In. reasonably good condition. 4s 4s 4b .... - ACTON BROS. J , W, S. Carter, nouto 1, Ccntertown, was among our callers Wednesday. ARE YOU INTERESTED? If you are interested in a New Fall Cloak or Coat Suit, you should see the greatest line now on display in our Ready-to-weDepartment. Garments are all absolutely new, and prices guaranteed to be the very lowest to. be found anywhere, workmanship and quality considered. ar Raisins, Dates and Currents nt WILLIAMS '&. TAYLOR". 18tf J' Mrs. ncttyo Rowan and daughter, Miss Annie Laura, of Owcnsboro, wero tho woek-en- d guests of Mr. and Mrs, J. C Riley; . Priced-$7.5- 0, $10.00 $15.00, $20.00 to $50.00 WKruktb A. M. Whitney, of tho Cnrjao Mrs. Finis Lench, of Beaver D."m,, Co., will patch all tubes FREE Is the guest this week of l:ofe.3, Mjf. at WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRI8' city. daraga on Saturday, November 4th, ChBter Loach and Mm. y- from 10:00 a. in, to 4:00 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hosklns and Infant son, Jesso, of Rockport, wore A. M. Whitney of the Caroja Rubpleasant callers at this office whllq ber Co., will patch all tubes FREE " In town Monday. at WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS' Oarage on Saturday, November 4th, Special Salo of Angel Pood Cake from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. by tho Loyal Women's S. S. Class of the Christian church, Hartford, SatA. M. Whitney, of the Carjo Ruburday, Nov. 4 th. ber Co., will patch all tubes FREE at WALLACE, TAYLOR & MORRIS' Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Drown and Garago on Saturday, November 4th, family, of Llvermoro, motored to this from 10:00 a. m. to 4:00 p. m. city Sunday, to spend the day with Mr. and Airs. Ellis H. Foster. Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha Brown and children, Golda Mae and Robert Miss Ella Mae McQuary, n student of Owensboxo, wero guests in the local high school, spent the Sunday, of Mrs. Brown's sister, Mrs. week-en- d with her parents, Mr. and R. L. Dever and Mr. Dever, city. Mrs. T. E. McQuary, at Dells Run. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dirkhead and little daughter, Cozle, of Bowling children, Irene Cox and Kenneth, Gracn, arrived yesterday to spend Miss Mildred Stevenson and Glenn a few" days with Mrs. Hancock's, parDames motored to Phllpot Sunday. ents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. wh, The best makers kni tit, the best informed people wear it, the best stores sell it. All customers who have once tried Muncing Wear with one accord say: it fort and economy in underwear". a combination of quality, com- wr Give me yy ' y i Mr. II. B. Dean, who had been In A. M. Whitney, of the Caroja RubDawson Springs for several days, ber Co., will repair all tubes FREE for the benefit of his health, return- at Wallace; & morris' B ed to liia homo here Tuesday night. Garage, on Saturday, November 4th, from 10:00 a. m. to 5:00 p. m. Messrs. Olcnn Barnes, James Glenn, L. T. Riley, Owen Drown and Eveiy week adds to our Mrs. S. T. Barnett, city, went to J. Ross Taylor, city, wore in Owens-bor- o Central City, yesterday, to bo at the Millinery Department Friday afternoon of last week. bedside of her grandson, Elwood the veiy newest that deWallace, who underwent an operaMrs. W. E. Ellis, city, left last Sat- tion for the removal of his tonsils. signers bring out. If inurday for Union Clt.y, Tenn where V.1 Jtc terested, don't make she is making her brother, Mr. W. Prof. C. M. Payne, teacher of your purchase until you II. Riley and Mrs. Riley an extend- mathematics and history, Fordsvlllo ed visit. High School, was In Hartford Satursee our big stock. . &r& $ day. Prof. Payne reports the school Rowo doing nlc6 work and the largest atMessrs. Wat Taylor and The Price Condlt of Route 1, Ccntertown, will tendance in It's history; depends on the quality. leave within the nest Irx days for Florida, whoro they are to spend the Mrs. Ed Johnson and foster son, We carry all qualities, therefore winter. Garland Slofer, of Llvermoro, were prices vary. guests of Miss Mamie Bennett, city, I'OH SAIJS 40 acre farm .good the first of this week. Miss Benland, plenty fruit, water; good build- nett accompanied them on their reings. On L. &N. near I. C. Crossing. turn home Tuesday afternoon. Price right, see R. C. DUFF, Deaver and 18t3p Stevenson Dam, Ky. Misses Mildred Florenco Nelson, city, will be the guests of the former's sisPorter's Pain King, tho Standard week-en- d Liniment, for over 50 yuars. For all ter, Miss Marjha Stevenson, whorls ache and pains. For sale by drug- principal of the High School at Cobb, gists and merchants everywhere. Caldwell Ctiunty. lSt3p Price $1.00. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Baize and chilLime, Plnstcr and The Hartford Republican to For E, ELLIS & BIIO. Cement go Little Miss Lourena Roberts, dren, Audra, Maudra and Charlie, W. wolzht ten Bounds, was born into an.dj,Mr. and Mrs. Erva Baize, city, Ozone, the home' of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. left) yesterday morning-fo- r NOVEMBEK 3 FJtIDAY Bring us your eggs. Top prices Carson, Jr., of lower West Hartford, Ark., where they will make their fupaid. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. lStf October 27. ture home. v the 4lkJ( J r taylor NEW MILLINERY Ni n m WW V MunniT' ' fill T.z? ti w Suit every Time." lit III f tezt 'S J cluding grandpa. We've got some nice, warm Winter Munsing Wear all ready to put on. They use them for the little tots, and all the way up, in- W MvLt ai I m 1JKI Ekx&l&Qo. A perfect fit and the proper style and weight for every one. Price no greater than for the kind that do not fit and wear well. CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. first quarterly meeting of the con- take place on the 18th Inst. ference year, at Nocreek Tuesday and T. H. BLACK, Chairman. He, and Wednesday of this week. P. T. A. INSTALLATION together with the pastor on that cir cuit, Rev. Granville Jaggers, were At the next regular meeting of the In Hartford yesterday Association, to Iocai party given at the be held at night, Nov. 9, at tho ColThe Hallowe'en go auditorium, the recently electschool, building Tuesday night, by li ed officers are to bo installed.. The tho Home Economics Class, under are: Mrs.'R. D. Walker. direction of Mrs. Cecil H. Heavrln, officers-elePresident; Mrs. W. J. Bean, was a complete success from every Mrs. S. O. Keown, Secrestandpoint. A total of $70.00 was tary; Mrs. J. R. Plrtlo, Treasurer. realized, which sum is to be used in In the future the association will obtaining necessary supplies and apmeet on the second Thursday in each pliances for that department. month. DON'T FORGET That James A. Tate's Restaurant Is at all times headquarters for Whitman's Candles, Fresh Fruit of all kinds, Fresh Oysters, Cold' Drinks and everything in the confectionery lino usually handled by a first class rcstuarant. Regular Meals, Quick Lunch. Take a meal with us, you'll como again. 18t2 Parent-Teacher ct SMOKE ELPERBOlO'cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. At The Best Stands. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Hon. Den D. Ringo, of Owcnsboro, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Laws of upwas in Hartford Monday, on business. per East Hartford, are tho parents of a nlno pound girl baby, born Oct. Silas Simpson, Deaver Dam, R. 3, 28. Tho little lady has been namwas a visitor at this office Monday. ed Edwlnna. S. T. Chick, Beaver Dam Route 3, T, H. Black, Organization Chairman of the Tobacco Growers Cooperative Association and Rowan Holbrook, went to Hopklnsvllle Mondays to attend a meeting of tho district Committee Tuesday. Vlce-Presid.- nt; was a visitor at this offico Monday. Logan Felix of Owensboro, wero u Apples, Oranges, Grapefruit, and Cranberries at WILLIAMS & 18tf groceries at little prices TAYLOR. High class Strayed or Stolen Reddish-brow- n W. A. HIMES. at. Messrs. W. C, J. N. and Robert dog, with ring around neck, white Myers, of Routo 1, Olaton, were In on breast, frosty nose apd white feet. Ti II. Allen, of Reed, was In Notify-ESTISMITH, Horton, Ky., town Wednesday, on business. Saturduy. and recelvo reward. Mrs. E. P. Foreman, city, spent Lot For Snlc In old Fair Grounds. last wook-on- d Mrs. M. J. Ross, city, who had with her son, Mr. Rol-ll- o 18t4p Apply at this office. been visiting her daughter, Mrs. John D. Foreman, and family of T. Moore and Mr. Moore, in LouisMon's Suits at a Fifty ville, Tor the past several weeks, re15tf Ba'rg'aln at LIKENS. Best quality Rye and Timothy seed. turned home Saturday. Turnip seed In bulk. 'Mrs. A. D. Kirk and Mrs. Roy Mr. and Mrs. John Meadows, who WE. ELLIS & BRO. Tuesday. Barnhlll wero In Owensboro have boen residing In this city tor lOtf Hartford, Ky. tho past several months, left yester- Mr. J. F, Glliesplo Is out again a'f Mr. and Mrs. Guy Ranney and day for Oklahoma, where- - thoy will ter bilng confined to his room a few family, were guests Saturday and ma,ke their future home. days. Sunday, of Mr. .Ranney's parents, at Mr. and Mrs. John P. Taylor, city Select. W. C. Evorly, of Ccntertown, waB motored to Madlsonvlllo .Saturday. an appreciated caller at this office Saturday Miss Thelma Jagoe, of Owensboro, Mrs. Taylor returned Tupsday. was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. C. night, while Mr. Taylor remained O. Hunter, city, from, Sunday until several days, on business. Bale-tieBarbed Wire and Field yesterday. ELLIS & DRO., Fence.- - Seo W. E. Mr. S. T. Barnett, who had boon 10lf Hartford, Ky. ' Messrs. E; S. Mauzy, of Beaver sojourning at Dawson Springs, and "' : Dam, Route 3, and A. M. Smith, post- Mrs. Barnett who bad been visiting Mnf.'A. E. Pate, city, was confin- master, of McIIenry, were visitors at her brother at St. Charles, hava rea few ed to her room with illness turned to their home hero, this office, Tuesday. days this week. . LL All-Wo- ol s, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Rains are tho, parents of a baby girl, born Friday Wells was here under treatment of a of last week, at the home of Mrs. Rains' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alney local physician. Tichenor, of tho Central Grove community. Tho little lady was christened Ruth McKlnney. Mrs. J. Walter Greep, who has been the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thad Darnard, Hartford R. 2,. left yesterday for her homo in Carlisle, Ind., where Rev. Greep has accented a call as pastor of. the First Christian church, at that place. Mr. and Mrs, J. M. Wells and Mrs. In Hartford a few hours Monday Mrs. NOTICE l Sinclo Comb R. I. Reds, rich dark To tho Directors of the Ohio red Mahood strain, Feb. and March Farmers' Mutual Telephone Co. Ti.n.n will )m n mil meetinc of the cockerels $3 each, 2 for $5. Pullets and hens $1.50 and $2.50 each. Board of Directors of tho Ohio CounCheaper by the doz. ty Farmers Mutual Telephone Cpm-nan- v MRS. VANDER ALLEN, on Thursday, November 9 1922, Ky. - There must bo a representative from Box each Division who must ascertain tho Ulrs. Florenco Allen, city, will number of miles of line and swhat is and leave today for Chicago, 111., where tho value of the switchboard sho will make an extended visit with cqulpmont In his Division and report her children, Messrs. Ira and Ivan same at the. meeting called, for (tho families. . Mrs. Wilson date above mentioned, for this spo- - i Aiion nnri Jones and Mr. Jones and granddaugh clal business. ters, Misses Erma and Myrtle Cartor. J. P. McCOY, Secretary-Treasurer. -- . Hpl Perfect Reputation satisfied users. gained through the recommendation of over a million Money to Loan Low rato of inCitron, Orange peol and Cake, at terest. No commission. Lemon p:el for the Xma3 CLAJIENQE BARTLETT. 18t WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Att'y. at Law, Hartford. Misses Mary Render and Mary Hartford Monday, and paid this Martha Smith, of Matanzas, spent call, fice' Vn appreciated in Owensboro .and Llvthe week-en- d Glover ermoro, with friends. 'commonwealth Attorney. Carey, of Calhoun, was In town MonRomoved Metal Roofing for salo, day of tho present week. Two grades. SI. 00 and $1.50 per F your square, ft Equity Factory, Hartford, Oo to M, T. LIKENS to get 19t3p SHOES. See FOSTER DENNETT. GOOSE RED ofer ,,4 "Candied C. U. Hill of Drakesboro, jj . was In They ore the Louis Tuesday to went day. ' - host-mad- ltt city, returned from Sheridan. Ind.. whereorT'n business mission, Monley. ' ' ' 11 Fulkerson, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Fair, Mrs. R. R. Riley and daughter, Emily Fair and McDowell A. Fogli, clty were, guests Sunday of relatives near Stan- . -- ' i . .Mr. B. M. Tanner, of Portsmouth, MARRIAGE LICENSES Ohio, arrived in Hartford Friday night of last week, to Join his wlfo II. M. Rummage. Beaver Dam, to AGENTS WANTED To travel and and Infant daughter, who were guests North Amer- of Mrs. Tanner's parents, Mr. and Gladys Likens, Beaver Dam. write Insurance for tho J."T. Embry, Denver Dam, to Ella ican Accident and Insurance Co. See Mrs. T. H. Bean 'and. other relatives. Mr. and Ms. Taniier and little D. Wallace, Cromwell. BARTLETT, ESTILL R. D. Douglas, Cromwell, to Frandaughter returned to their home- Sun 19t2p. Hartford Routo 6. cis Swlhart, Horse Branch. day.! Van May, Jr., Simmons, to Vena Mr. V, M. 8tewart,of tho Shtnklo Have Jenny Sito Filler and Husk-er- s Southard, Simmons. Chapel community, will go to Rome, In stock. This machine will fill Ky., about tho 11th Inst., whore he your silo, cither putting your corn TOBACCO ASSOCIATION will spend tho winter with his son, TO NOMINATE DELEGATES in the silo, or husking It off or It will Dr. J. D. SUwart, and family. your corn.. It Is a combinashred Tho members of Ohio County Dark Mr3. C. M. Hoavrln, of Hawesvlllo, tion silo filler and a shredder. The As 15tf Tobacco Growers right. spent from Saturday to Monday In price is sociation are requested to meet in W. E. ELLIS & DRO., guest. of her son, Halt ford, as the Hartfprd, at 1 o'clock p. m., WedHartford, Ky. Cecil H. Hoavrln, and sister. Mrs, M. nesday, Nov. 8, for the purpose of accompanied Sho was L. Hoavrln. nominating delegates who will repRev. Hr C. Sims of Hardlnsburg, to Owensboro Monday afternoon by resent thts district In the election of o District Superintendent of the Metho Mrs. M. L. Heavrln, Mrs. Lula which latter election will and Mrs, Otto C. Martin, city. dist Episcopal Church, conducted the Directors, -Cop-pag- ' CO LE' C Fuel Saving System of combustion an exclusive feature of Cola's Original i- -i ' , Hot Blast Heater, gives a guarunteo of 1.3 to fu.-- l saving. It sto the scandalous waste of fuel money now escaping up tho clumnoy as unburncd fuel jjas. Burns any kind of fuel. Cole's Hot JJIast makes your cwiu n coal pile last. ifiltnjlj Coaie in and tic our ataerlmenl. J. F. CASEB1ER & SON DEALERS Be&ver Dam, Ky. , h$l' nil tl HWn m ,mtt, 'ji .ift m Mjhiwi tt mim As In $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper state, will be started Immediately. former years, the meeting will be designed to furnish an opportunity for farmers and their wives to talk over their probloms of farming and homcmaklng with specialists of the collego and other authorities who will bo brought hero to discuss present d3y problems of country life. 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FARM DEPARTMENT. the United American, brick, cream, cottage, and .States Department of Agriculture, farm cheese. Condensed, evaporatthat from 300,000 to 400,000 pounds ed, and powdered milk required pounds, and ice cream took will be used of pounds. peach borer in Georgia in excess of 127,000,000 against the About 850,000,000 pounds were conhls fall, sumed directly as whole milk, and 160,000,000 were fed to calves or lost are Campbell county farmers in factortes. With on farms and in finding out how much cows are this large production of milk and daimilk and butterfat their ry products, Michigan stands sixth giving that plans arer under way to . nnnnnloMnn in products of the cow. kshhb start a second cow A.atr aoautmiiuu .in the county, County Agent H. F. Between 3,000,000 and 5,000,000 Xink says. It is estimated, say 269,-000,0- 00 -- -- , ( pounds of cotton have been exportin Flor ed from the United States during Production of citrus fruits past 20 years, except in ida for the season of 1922-2- 3 is es- - ' each of the exports were slightly ov 1918, when Departtimated by the United States pounds, and in ment of Agriculture at 15,000,000 er 2,000,000,000 1912, when they exceeded 5,000,000,- Tjoics. Of this total about 8,400,000 j according to the U. S. Tjoxcs will be oranges and tangerines 000 pounds, t. Department of. Agriculture. and about 6,600,000 boxes grape-ituiSince last November, when a representative of the United States Department of Agriculturo gave a demonstration In curing and canning meat in Yazoo County, Miss., the Mississippi extension agent reports that 60,500 pounds of beef havo been canned by women and girls under her supervlson. Most of this meat was preserved for home use or to be sold on plantations. The Mexican bean beetle. Is causing heavy dmnge in Alabama, Georgia and parts of Tennessee and Kentucky. It has extended its range considerably this year. Twenty-fou- r new counties have been Infested In Georgia, Kentucky, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina, according to reports received by tho United States Deparynent or Agriculture. Seventeen barred Plymouth Rock hens owned by Mrs. W. O. Kirk, Phllpot, Daviess county, havo laid an average of 178. 2 eggs each from Nov. 1, 1921, up to Oct. 1, of this year. This number or eggs laid In 11 months by each hen Is almost thros times as great as tho total number or eggs laid In n year by tho average hen on Kentucky farms. Mrs. Kirk Is cooperating with tho extension division of the College of Agriculture at Lexington In showing how good feed and care helps hens to lay moro eggs. Soil washing and the leaching away of plant food on Hart county iarms during' tho coming winter is expected to be considerably reduced .as a- Tcsult of the interest which Unt aantfnn nf thft Rtate iiave, taken in the valuo of cover. crops for protecting their fields, County Agent L. II. Woodhouse says. - Close to 75 Fayette county poultry flocks will bo entered in the wing project to bo carried ter out In the stato during the coming llvo months by the extension division or tho College of Agriculturo, according to County Agent W. It. Gabbert. Eight breeds or farm poultry will be represented by the Fayette county entries. Owners of tho flocks will give their hens good feed and care to show othor farmers how hens can lie made to lay moro eggs In the egg-layin- winter. A Mississippi farm woman told at ltural and Mochanlcal College of Mississippi how she had made $150 this year from a single- Easter Illy given to her nine years ago. With the help and advice of tho county extension agent that illy was planted and grown out of doors until, according to reports received by tho Vulted States Department or Agriculture, a Tegular business has been built up, with a steady demand for the lilies. - a recent short courso at the Agricu- MIchlKnn Stnmls Sixth in Milk And Dairy Products. Tho production of milk In Michigan last year, according to a report to tho United States Department of Agriculture, was llttlo moro than pounds, most of which was u3ed In the manufacture of various dairy products. Practically ii nnn nnn nniiniin wnre used In of It in onakliig butter, creameries and the remainder on i j farms. More than 00,000,000 pounds ;wero used. In tho manufacture of 1,-ntwo-thir- l'lans for 1WM Meeting of Fanners Alt' Stnrtwl Lexington. Ky Nov. 28. Plans for the annual meeting or Kentucky rarmors and their wives at tho CoU lege of Agriculture In 1923 got under way horo today with tho anP. nouncement by Doan Thomas Cooper, of the college, that tho eleventh annual Farm and Homo Convention would take place January 31 and February 1, 2 and 3. Work on the program of the mooting, w)ilc!i will contain something of Interest for every farmer and his wife- - in the copt Illinois, Louisiana, Michigan, Texas, Wisconsin, and Quobec, nnd In some States certain days of tho week constitute closo seasons thru-otho time In which killing Is permitted, nnd hunting is prohibited when snow Is on tho ground In New Jersey, Delaware, Virginia and Maryland.' 970 miles, and Iowa third with 945 anmi t r, if i rn wht.m t3.tt miles. fan Texas and New York nro tho Stntos Food Inspection Cost Low Considerwhich rccolvo the largest allotments ing Slo of Tu.k Weather ISutvuti Again Aids Murine Federal supervision of manufac- of Federal aid for highways, which Is Interests. basis of populaTho steamer Wyandotte grounded tured food products is carried on at distributed on tho a very low cost considering tho great tion, area, and mllengo of rural highSeptember 24, morning, Sunday Succeed wnen everything else fails. about 11 3. m., near the mouth of quantity of food Inspected. Accord- ways. in nervous prostration and female In August Missouri placed 12Q.7 Department veakneste they are the supreme Thunder Bay River on Lako Michi- ing to tho United States Federol-ul- d work remedy, at thousands have testified. gan. At this time the water was of Agriculture, this cost has been miles of new FOR KlUNuY, LIVER AND of 1 per cont about 10 Inches below normal. Two less than STOMACH TROUBLE Ono thousand thrco hundred nnd attempt of tho value of theso products. That harbor tugs failed In their it is the best medicine eer sold fifty-tw- o miles of road has been comto release her, and the Alpena, Mich., the Job of looking after tho condiover a druggis 'a counter. of Public by tho Bureau ECTJ .station of the Weather Bureau of the tions of manufacture Is a big ono is pleted United Stntes DepartUnited States Department of Agricul- Indicated by census figures, which Roads of the In our national ture was appealed to for informa- show that in 1919 there woro 67,453 ment of Agriculture operations could be establishments engaged In tho manu- forests, and there Is under construction as to when miles, which open up re"Wnnis ', resumed. A careful survey of the facture of food products, with an an- tion 617 captain nual output valued at $13,391, 914,-00- 0. gions of great natural beauty and situation was made and the Theso figures Include manu- rich In natural resources. of the vessel was Informed that tho water would reach normal for n few factured foods only and do not tnke minutes and then recede at 4.45 p. Into account ths great volume of m. and again at 6 p. in., when It commerce In raw foods such as milk, for PFnsnwAt HvniFNP would probably continue to rise with fresh fish, wheat, corn, oats, fruits, Ohio County Dissolved in water for douches atop short fluctuations to above normal and vegetables. To these large pelvic catarrh, ulceration rjpd inflam-motioand then recede slowly back to nor- amounts must also bo added tho food Recommended by Lydia E. Pinldbara Med. Co, for .tea year. mal. Arrangements were made o products Imported, which In 1921 CIRCUIT COURT As healino urondVr (nr n.ul ftfirV Indicate the time to start floating op amounted to $672,975,000. ore throat and aore eye Economical. Meets first Monday in March, May by hoisting a pennant In the eltreadmuy rleutinfl end tiennirvUI fiwf- Hu erations Monday In September " dnifgiitt. w tMU by 5cl?1Vf '?? tower. The changes In tho water Xeetl of Iaiwh Empha and July; third Vnuj. TUPllonTcJrtGi.p.Dy.lVlM1.KlM.V I and fourth Monday in Novomber: predicted and the Wylevel came as sized Uy Deartment dee George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. andotte was floated when the water To emphaslzo tho need of food Com'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, was about 4 Inches above normal. control laws, tho United States De Calhoun. Instances of this sort show par- partment of Agriculture calls atten Clerk Frank Black. ticularly how tho Information obtain- tion to the great growth of, food preMaster Commissioner D. H. Ellis. ed by the Weather Bureau, especial- paration In factories. Not many deJury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. ly on the Great Lakes, may be ap- cades ago much ot the food consum- Trnstco LwS -' COUNTY COUIIT and ex- ed was prepared In tho home or obplied to save needless effort pense. Naval Radio Service furnishIn tho Immediate neighbortained Convenes first Monday In each es such Information at any time to hood, and since the consumer knew month: V vessels and their captains. about the canditlons of Its preparaJudge R. R. Wedding. County Att'y. Otto C Martin. tion there was llttlo need for food Clerk Guy Ranney. Soil Conditions influence Xlglit Air laws. Today much of the food Is proTcni pcriitui'fs. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: duced and prepared a long way from Mack Cook, Iris Render, Georgo' A relation has been shown to exist those who consume it, and as a conP. Jones. between the temperature of the soil sequence some sort of Government Jailer Nat Hudson. and the ensuing minimum tempera- control Is necessary. A Safe 0IJ Fashioned1 The great volume of commerce In ture of the air immediately above, QUARTERLY COURT Remedy far Worms says the Weather Bureau of the Unit- foods is indicated In tho last census Seven tj.firarearscontin. Agriculture. roport, for 1919, which shows that Convenes first Monday In each month. ed States Department of uouause ia the belt testiIndustry as temperatures In gar- tho FISCAL COURT Low nlght-at- r monial FREY'S VERMIFUCE can offer you. den and truck farms may often be a whole Is moro than tour times larg Convenes Tuesday after first MonKeep a bottle alwaya on prevented by tho selection of soil In er In valuo than the next largest first Tuesday In hand. It xrill help keep which Is day in January; which there Is a sandy component, manufacturing Industry, the litde onea healthy April and October, R. R. Wedding sandy loams generally Iron and steel. Meat packing alone and happy. as sand and County Judgo, presiding. SOcabotiltatrourdruKciat'tor store up more heat during tho day represents a greater value. The to- 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford general etore; or if your detjer ca&'l auprOyyou.Knd hi o give off tal value or manufactured food prodthan do most other soils and aad 30c in eUmrt and we'll 2nd Dlstript W. C. Knott, Center cad you a bottle promptly. more in the nighttime by conduction ucts for 1919 was $13,391, 914,000, town. E, a S. FRIT. Biltoau. LL to the air above, thus diminishing while automobiles produced In the 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons 0 " probability or critical tempera- samo year ,ere valued at $2,387,-833,00- 0, 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords- the boots and shoes at $1,149,-560,00- 0, tures and the formation of damaging vlllo. clothing at $2,343,196,000, Cth District frosts. The land In uso should bo Sam II. Holbrook, Hart well drained of surplus moisture as and foundry and machlno shop proford, R. F. D. No. 4. WILL wet tolls are Invariably cold soils, ducts at $2,321,129,000. Mack Martin, Narrows, Cth District TAKE OUR that Among tho food products and moro susceptible to frost damR. F. D .No. 2. flour-mi- ll age. Any soil, whether it be sand, make up the grand total, 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Beanext to packingloam or clay is warmer when It Is products btand ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. clean and free rrom weeds and un- house products, the figures for tho HOARD OF EDUCATION A Trealmtnt necessary vegetation. year being $2,193,007,000, as com Bakery VLm, MrTSr Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason. Frost may form on one sldo or a pared with $3,995,977,000. for WEAK Convenes First Mondny In every street and not on tho other, or in products amounted to nearly $1,500,-000,00- 0 LUNGS oil $1,000,-000,00- 0. month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S, O. C, and sugar almost to ono section or a level farm and not Secretary-Treasurer. nnd CONSUMPTION In another, for one or more of sevR. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, mt eral reasons, such as difference in R. F. D. No. 6. Regulate tho bowels when they soils, slight difference In elevation, relief Hcrblne Is W. R. Carson, Vice Chairman, Hart- A quick pani for lhat tired, aweati, feellnc. In moisture, or In kind and extent fall to move properly in cheiL nltht coughs, beraor. ford, R. F. D. No. 3. rhaici, weak lung or consumption. If 11 aae regulutor. It of surface covering, or tho amount an admirable bowol m rut help you it costa you nothing. Frost may helps tho liver and stomach and re- Nat Lindley, Contortown, R. F. D. 1. of insolation received. Lock box 61b Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL 00. appear In sections which have wet, stores a fine feeling of strength and COLUMBUB O cold soils covered with heavy vege- buoyancy. Price 60c. Sold by The Claud Ronfrow, Dundee. m Examinations. tation or uncultivated, while on the Ohio County Drug Co. samo night and under the same meFor Common School Diplomas HEADLIGHTS OX HIGHWAYS it does not teorological conditions Fourth Friday and Saturday In JanNineteen thousand thrco hundred uary, nnd Second Friday and Saturform, on other ground close by where road day in May. To bo held In Fords-vlllthe soil Is relatively dry, warm, and and eight mlos of .Federal-ai- d m had been completed on August 31. clean. Beaver Dam and Hartford. Ton inillon six hundred and For Teachers' Certificates Third four hundred and seventy-- Friday and Saturday in May, June Soma lllrils Protected All Seasons Uy one motor vohlcles were registered and September. Except notice Is Federal Law. According to a summary of State In the United States on July 1, ac- given to the contrary the latter ex, and other game laws for the season J cording to the Buroau of Public aminations will be held In Hartford, 4 1922-2preared by tho Biological' Roads, United States Department ot OTHER OFFICERS Agriculture. Survey of the United States DepartTax Commissioner R. F. Keown Thero aro 2,500,000 miles ot rural ment of Agriculture, Federal regulaPeeltrlcht all tho time. Don't lay e Fordsvllle. (lavs bv from tions prohibit tho shooting from Bun-s- highway In the United States. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle (When work for Lio- - Vtr-Lu- takinc pleasant x keens voe Over 33,000 motor vohlcles hiivo Representative Ira Jones, to half an hour before sunrise of White ion your feet, whilo relieving your rouh migratory game birds on which there boon received us surplus war materRun. u. oaier too, anu easy 10 latco. uotfl tako anytlilng else. You can't afford Is an open season, and prohibit the ial by tho Bureau of Public Roads ot HARTFORD It Eliminates poisons, clcansos sytv killing at any time of any of the fol- the United States Department ot Ag- Police Judge J. D. Holbrook. tern and rclioves constipation. A nab riculture and distributed to tho Mayor W. C. Blankenshlp. lowing birds: ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum Band-taile- d pigeon; little brown, States tor use In road construction. In its effect and certain in results. U Council L. II. Bishop, Secy. ' ToxtrB leads In miles ot completed won't! long beforo u-Lax wil sandhill nnd whooping cranes; wood ROOKPORT completely displaco calomel in over roads with 1,733 miles. swans; curlews, Fedcral-ul- d duck, older duck, Robert L. Greon, Judge. home. Children can tako it froclv ail wlllet, upland plorer, and all shore-bird- s Minnesota is second with 1,416. with perfect safety. Every bottlo sruar. Lee W. Pherson, Marshall. roads In mileage of Federal-ai- d and (except tho black-bellie- d snietxi. dvc ana $i in Dottles, riout Edd Cooper, Chairman. genuine without tho likeness end BljrBv golden plovers Wilson snlpo or Jack- - under construction Texas is first with W. II. Blnckburn.tClork, turo of L. K. Grtesby. For Bala by; "-- . Biilpe, woodcock and tho greater and 1,40S miles. Nebraska second with Btllll Mason, Treasurer. J. H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. ut Of all corn pests In tho South, ono of tho most serious Is the larva, or young, of tho cucumbor beetle tho Southern corn root-worAttacked plants cither die outright or arc so badly stunted Ono control as to bo unproductive. measure advised by the United States Department of Agriculture Is tho burning over of wasto places, such as the borders and terraces of fields. Largo numbers of the beetles are destroyed In this way. It should bo done In the winter and on cool days when tho beetles congregato In the dead grasses, seeking protection from cold. Tho killing of ono female In winter Is as Important as would be tho destruction of from. 400 to 600 worms in the spring. cd swifts; hummingbirds; flycatchers; meadowlarks and orioles; grosbeaks; tanagcrs; martins and other swallows; waxwlngs; shrikes; vircos; warblers; pipits; catbirds and brown thrashors; wrens; brown crccpors; nuthatches, chickadees and titmice; kinglets and gnatcatchers; robins and other thrushes; and all other parching birds which feed entirely or chlofly on Insects; and also auks, auklets, bitterns, fulmars, gannets, grebes, gullemots, gulls, herons, jaegers, loons, murrcs, petrels, puffins, shearwaters, and terns. Hifntlng on Sunday Is prohibited In 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 r $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest best papers in the South and we hope to receive and 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. all States and Provinces cast of the ono hundred and fifth meridian ex- - i Bitters Seetrlc Every Woman DIRECTORY n, Food-Contr- Mothers use Vi s fretfs feilufuge S3 iur me umuiUL nt-t- m YOU. r LAX GERMINAL REMEDY FOR. ONE MONTH . USE LI V-VER-- e, For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles ot Constipation. 3, et t y: 4 ri h Rev. B. M. Bridges Gives Facts in His Case (loul)t(ut If tluro litis ever been a mctllclne endorsed by so many iivnlstera of tliu Gospsl as has Tan-lIndeed, tliero Is scarcely a fnlfh, dreed or denomination In nil tho land In which ono, or more, ot tho clergymen has not publicly exto tho pressed their Indebtedness Premier Preparation for the benefits they liuvo derived from Its use. nun of tho latest to upcak out In th'5 connection Is Rev. U. M. Bridges, a widely known and beloved Ilaptlst pnachcr, residing at Mooresboro, N. C , whoso statement follows: "Tunlac has given me a good appetite, toned up my system and re-ijpwciI my strength In such u gratifying way that I am glad to recommend It lo anyone who U In a runFor ten years past down condition. In1 havo had such a severe case of digestion that I could not find anything to cat that agreed with me. Finally I became very nervous and could get but very little sloop or rest "It seems that I took nearly everything trylns to got myself right, but nothing helped mo until I ran ncross Taalac. My nerves aro so much better now that my sleep Is sound and refreshing. 1 onjoy my meals and havo also gained weight. I can say from expcrlenco that Tanlac Is n splendid medlcluo and tonic, for It has built mfc up wonderfully." Tanlac Is sold by all good druggists. stntea during 2,100,000 WOHD RECORD GOO.OOO IN RAILWAY STRIKE CASK years ago. Their chief characteristic was tho enlargement ot tho upChicago, Oct. 28. The equivalent per canines with n corresponding re- In tho number of words of twonty-li- x duction In tho size of tho lower canovels was written by five court nines. In tho largo tlgor-slzc- d type stenographers during tho nine days tho curved and sword-llk- o canines of tho government's Injunction proprotruded five or six Inches below ceedings against striking railway employes. the low or Jaw. "Tho verbatim report of tho rocord Oil NOTES contains 2,100,000 words," said Claude W. Youkor, chief stenogAbout 123,000 tank.cars are used rapher, "and Is the biggest record of in the transportation of oil In this nny proceedings In tho Federal Court ,country. Of theso about' 8,000 nro since tho famous I. W. W. trial In railroad property, the remainder be- 1918. ing owned by those engaged In tho "The record consists of 7,000 oil Industry; typewritten pages, each page containing an estimated numOnly sixteen years ago kbrosone ber of 300 words. wns tho petroleum product In most "We had five stenographers at demand and gasoline, which Is now work In court, and when they each of had taken some of tho proceedings the chief commercial product crude oil was difficult to dlsposo of. thoy would rush back to their offices nnd dlctato th'lr translations ot their Tho first oil well In tho United notes to n corps ot thirty-fiv- e tpylsts. - "In this way we turned out more States was drilled In 1850 and yielded about 25 barrels a day. Tho pro- than 7G0 pages of tho record In a duction of the country during Au- day, sometimes working tar into the gust of this year was at tho rate of night. A certified copy of tho pro1,49.1,387 barrels a day. ceedings of the day had to be delivered to tho court, the government Tho production of crudo petroleum nttorneya and tho attorneys for the In tho United States in 1906 was defenso by the next morning." The country's 126,403,936 barrels. has been a court Mr. Youker oil refineries ot today could handle stenographer for fourteen years. . that quantity In nbout 60 days. m FARMERS FAVOR PLAN FOUR RARREUH OP CRUDE FOR BETTER POULTRY TO ONE OP GASOLINE Lexington, Ky Nov. 30. Scores Tho principal commercial product of requests for tho certification ot of crudo petroleum Is gasoline and poultry flocks that have been rethe crudo oil of tho United States ceived In. tho last few weeks by the and Mexico Is produced primarily to College of Agriculture from farmmeet tho demand for this Important ers In every part of tho state indicate motor fuel. that Kentucky poultry raisers are Contrary to a very prevalent belief, anxious to better tho quality ot their barrel of crude stock and breed their hens so that however, n oil does not refine Into 42 gallons ot they will lay more eggs, according gasoline, nor Is all crude sultnbo for to J. H. Martin, in charge of the rollnlng. college poultry work. Four flocks According to the American Potro- - already havo been certified since the tomn institute. It takes about four work was started a few weeks ago barrels of crudo to maVe one barrel by tho college. A total of about GO ot gasoline. In other words, gaso- - other farmers have made requests llno forms only about 25 per cent of to have their flocks certified. . a barrel of crude. Other products ot tho barrel aro: ARCTIC OWLSiMOVE SOUTH Kerosene. 10 per cent; fuel nnd gas oils, 48 per cent; lubricating oil, 4 The Pudget Sound region has for years nor cent: wax, coke and asphalt, 2 the first tlmo In twenty-fiv- e per cent; miscellaneous products, 6 been Invaded by the great Snowy per cent. There Is a 4 per cont loss Owl of tho Arctic. This owl lives on In refining. small mammals that have been driv-en south by excessively severe weathAIltPIiANKS TO LOCATE er, and It may havo followed them LOST liAKES Into the United States in search of food; tho bloodstained feathers and Airplanes will be usod to locate fur of its prey may be seen In every and photograph unknown lakes In part of the region. These, giant tho national forests of Alaska. Dur- owls sometimes measuring six feet ing the Now York to Nome flight by across the spread of tho wings, have were army aviators many lnks been known to attack a man. Scien' sighted which could not be found on tific American. tho latest and moat authentic maps. t Tales of unknown water bodies aro In by trapconstantly being brought FOR FLETCHER'S pers and pro3pectos. Less than a year ago a lako four miles long by one-haand one-haat the mile wldo was discovered FIND RICH PHOSPHORUS STORE head of Short bay. This lake has over 1000 acres of surfaco area and A group ot young Japanese is Ies3 than ono and returned after a three years yet because of miles from crulso In tho South seas with the rerough tho surrounding country's port of the discovery ot a group of it has remained unknown many of four little Islands containing untold It Is because and unnamed The expediwealth In phosphorus. theso "lost lakes" mny bo sources tion was financed by a phosphorus of water nowor that the U. S. forest company, ami the location1 ot the Isservice Intends mapping this "no lands was kept secret. According to man's land" by moans of acrini explorers tho Islands are merely Tho work will bo done by tho coral reefs Inhabltod only by birds a seaplane, flying from Ketchikan which came fearlessly and alighted as a baso. on the shoulders of tho men. Ston coughing! you rack the lungs STUDENTS FOR. HAZING tho body. Ballard's WHIP and worry Syrup checks Irritation, Horohound Authorities of Morcer university, heals tho lungs and restores breathing. Price 30c, 60c Macon, Qa., bellevo they have rid their lnilltutlon. oj hazing. Tho and J 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio hazing m sophomores found guilty of Drug Cq. County tho frcshjnon this year we.ro given t tho alternative ot a sound thrashing by the seniors or expulsion from HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS Thoy chose thrashing, which was administered by seniors with JPE PlFFUJiCE TWIX' ME j heavy straps. EN PE BOSS" , WEN HE URGES PROTECTION OF ELIC WORKIN' HE LOOK LAK HE LOAFN', E.N AH'y Representative Johnson of Wash(3IN'AU.Y LOAFIN' .WEM memington, recontly appealed to roamed our western tht plolstocono period ovor ''4M I It M GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, ijWe ai ed ,i "I For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. ht BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c., ZXT STOCS. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. IMPROVED MOTION PICTURE A process KCKNERY vheroby has been developed photographic ordinary Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED t nlaton can 1ms enlarged to 15 by 20 feet without destroying tho effect of Such' enlargements tho pictures. havo been limited In tho past because there was no known method by which tho enlargoments could bo kept In proper focus. Enlnrged photographs aro now being designed to tako tho placo ot painted scenery An In tho motion picture Industry. ordinary photogrnph Is taken of the building, landscape or desired location nnd from theso pictures enlargements aro made. If doors which open aro desired thoy can easily be Inserted fn the. largo picture. In other respects the scenery Is used Just the same as tho painted scenery now emDy this method scenery ployed. much truer to life can bo produced at o lower cost than painted scenery. i HARTFORD, KENTUCKY to A RIDDLE little head. That you could scarcely see; Dut I have a mouth much bigger Than my head could ever be. I havo a head, a who are poverty stricken and Am oricans who are within $200. a year of poverty, "In order to prevent propagaton It Is necessary to segregate the weaker-miclasses," Professor Olln declared. nded 00 Dr. E. S. Cowlcs has been appointed by tho Episcopal church commission to tako charge. It is expected that tho new institution will do much. toward routing fake religious healers who rely on superstitions of people for their success. - Only n Cold. U often answered -- Oh! It's only a cold," as If a cold uas a matter ot little consequence, but peoplo arc beginning to learn that a common cold is a matter not to ho trifled with, that some of tho most serious diseases start with a cold. As soon as tho first Indication of a cold appears tako Chamberlain's Cough nemedy. Remember that the sooner you get rid of your cold the less tho danger, nnd this remedy will m help you to throw It off. Aro you HIT .. Children Cry lf lf CASTOR' one-quart- er tide-wate- r; COMPOSITION OK EARTH'S CRUST s. ,j ? v, going on In tho chomlcnl earth's crUBt aro closely dependent on tho atomic constitution of the crust. A portion ot this Is always Is, under In an nctlvo state and present conditions, to bo regarded as a storo of freo energy cyclic elements that undergo changes thru tho energy Influence ot radiant solar eloments radlo-acttv- o and those which give a continual display of atomic energy. So long as theso sources of onorgy aro maintained, chemical changes will proceed In the earth's crust as at presont; but the equilibrium Is slowly changing, partly through dissipation and part thru tho disintegration of tho radioactive elements. , Prof. W. Vernadsky, ot the na-- " dulm Institute, Petrograd, says that the outer shell of tho earth's crust, down to a depth of about 10 miles, couslsts predominantly of biogenic Ho points out that the elements. The National Security League announced Its Intention of waging a campaign against tho I have no feet, yet I can run for nl constitutional movement' ' And pretty fast, 'tis eald; """ amendment giving congress power to The funny thing about mo is pass on the decisions of tho supreme I run when in my bed. court. This doctrine of permitting, legislation to nullify court decisions a cent In all tho world; I've not Is' one ot the most dangerously deI seek not fortune's ranks; yet it's true that, though so poor structive since the birth of bolshe-visAnd an says the League. "Such I own two splendid banks. amendment would convert our government over night into a mobocracy I've lots ot "sand," yet run away; under the leadership of the demaI'm weak, yet "furnish power"; gogs and destroy by one blow the InNo hands or arms, yet my embrace herent rights ot all. minorities Would kill In half an Hour. against the possible tyranny of a poliYou think I am some fearful thing. tical majority." Ah! you Begin to shiver. TO ERECT NOVEL HOSPITAL Pray don't, for, after nil, you know I'm only Just a river. A hospital Is to bo built in Now St. Nicholas. Gl'ork which will combine psychologi cal, spiritual and physical treatment RAR11ER POLE DOOMED ot diseases under one management. . GAUDY CLOCKS INSTEAD That seems impossible, you say. You think 'twould be a bother? Why, no! My head Is at one end; My mouth's way at the other. - DEFENDS COURT POWERS BUYS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHPIiACE- - That President Harding expects to return to the scene of his birth, and boyhood upon bis retirement from the White Hou9e is interred by tho tact that he recently bought the. old Harding estate in North Bloora-fiol- d, Morrow county, Ohio. It i said the president expects to restorer the house which for several yearsr has been used as a store. Tho .estate consists of 266 acres. SAY FARMERS WILL RULE t "The dictator of tomorrow will bet the agricultural man," declared Rabbi Abram Simon In an address In. New York at the festival ot Succoth. Dr. Simon said ho belioved tho real longing of the Jewish peoplo is for the soil and that thoy would Justify the hope and prediction of those wlio wrote the Bible by returning to the country and devoting themselves to rural and agricultural occupations. 1 presses com-fortab- lo l col-leg- o. AH LOOKS, LAK AH' the WORKIM' .'!! ASSEMBLE RARE SKELETON MSt ' n. St After long und patient research J. W. Lytle, osteologlcal export at the. Los Angolos county museum, has succeeded In assembling a complete d a wliQ obtained saber-toothe- bers of tho Elk lodgo In tho United States to take steps for tho cancellation of tho use ot elk teeth as lodge ombloms. la tho short period 8lnco President noosov"elt set aside the Olympic peninsula as a park for the protection ot elk, said Mr. Johnson, the herd has been reduced by poachers from 12,000 to 4000. Oct. 2S. The gaudily-stripe- d barber polo la doomed. In Its stead an equally gaudy clock will lure the hlrsuto to their shaves. madot Specially "barber pole clocks" were recommended at the convention of tho National Barbers' Supply Association for tho following rensons: Thoy will save the busy map from looking at his watch to see If he has tlmo to dash In and get n shavo. Barber poles aro a waste of effort and of space, as they afford no room even for a small advertising sign. Tho red, whlto and blue stripes, however, are to bo innlntalned as emblems of the tonsorlal artists. mm MORE IN JAIL THAN SCHOOLS, IS CHARGE Chicago, WS "T A 2SSH Z2ST 2ET SET Hl "Strong and Weir l WISH you could know how much I am improved since taking the Cardui," writes Mrs. Nannie Brown, of Black Rock,, Ark. " Vou wouldn't know me for the same weak invalid I I was before I took it. At my had to keep off my feet or I would fall. I couldn't do my housework, and Just got where I'd most as lief be dead as living. Some one told my husband of Cardui. He got it for me and I tuok three bottles before I stopped then off and on for the last three years JuSt as a tonic. 1 saw a decided Improvement after my first bottle. I used (he three, and was able to do my work with ease, and now I sew for my family and for others. I am feeling fine, and strong and well." Take Cardui I It may be Just the medicine you need. ... ..... . Akron, O., Oct. 2S. Declaration WILL SELL CANTONMENTS flying Nearly 50 cantonments, fields nnd depots aro to be disposed ot as n measure of oconomlo necessity In the reoiganlzatlon of tho army, announces the war department. Tbo different camps will bo olther sold at pnbllo auction or turned over to dltferpnt states which have applied for them as training camps for the national guard. that there are more Americans In; Jails thau In schools was mado by Profossor O. E. Olln, of Akron University, uddrcsblng the Rotary Club horo on "Poverty and Crlmo." "Povorty Is a matter of maladCrlmo Is misdirected justment. Olln. "A energy," said Professor o society must eare for tho weaker and moro bopeloss members of the world. "There are 10,000,000 Americans well-to-d- skeleton of t Mr. Lytle, from a groat mass of bon?s rccoverurea imo od from tho famous L. A. ... i . a i,iiav,st that this ar? ' Ill UUl IHBUICD, astlculatod skeleton Is tho pnly one parts are from sembled In which all tho samo Individual animals. The -., abor-toothe- tiger the hones f cardui!! The Woman's Tonic f h ,v d tiger, I? . - cd to cat family: supposed to have CritM, 3t U UiOun Nwuueu SradAtia. X ,S2SHsSs5HSHSaSES25253l H t-- t nrrnn., WASHINGTON COMMENT M "Inasmuch as ye have dono it unto tho least of these, yo have dono It In Dv FRANCES E. QOODRICH KG By NAN BURNO unto mo." iksZ5HScLSa5ESESa52SH52S2SHSHSSSZs3 EM253 JJMPT3TKM? !53 LSMMMMMKeJ There is no man or woman who N.wlpapir Hn.llct. 'JX 1IJJ, by McCiur. , Utt, br lloClur. Ntwipnior Hjrndlct. reads these lints who would pass by To the human derelict walking down Tlio llttlo French a hungry, cold, frightened, abandon the crowded avenue, It seemed thero clock on the mantel ticked oft tho ed child in tho Btreot nnd say, "Oh I j IB Sad never dawned n more nearly per hours. Tho nmn was coming ngaln. can't bo bothered." fect new year. It was cold, but not Carol pushed hack a loose strand of No man or woman whoreads theso piercing cold, that cuts! RoW(.n mlr ,m(l viewed herself ngnln the nntr lllllt (.iviillliu linv n ni.ii. 'inn In thu email mirror over the dining lines but would Instantly share their nisn ifinra VIIU a tnin nirvTiiitir Auu aun wns melting the last remnants of room shelf. She wus pretty too pret- dinner with a woninn, gaunt with snow, .and as he stopped In n sheltered ty to wither mid fade alone In the hunger, a pale and sickly baby at her doorway he felt almost warm. siiuill lint-!-; apartment In the dreary breast, nn injured an helpless child After ten years Jamnt Crehind wan pnrt of tho city. John left early In the at her feet. In his native city, lie hnil crept In morning before she could jump out of The cry we hear, the sight we see, during the dnrk hours, mill had bed to make his cup of coffee and, us touches our hearts. Tho cry we hear walked the streets to keep from freez- the distance from his work was too are told about ing. great for him to return for lunch, It of, the sights wo they do not reach. Two blocks nwny was the stately vnn not until C :,'!() that she heard the home he had known until ten years key click In the dour nnd Ids cheery, Five hundred thousand wonvan and ago. Ho knew Just how It would look "Ilelgho, Carrie 1" chlldron and men more babies than that morning. Wreaths In the winHe was a good sort, nn awfully good grown-up- s, moro women than men dows and doors ; the fires blazing In sort, but the golden years of youth cry great fireplaces; the fragrance were slipping fast and the man wns raise thin nuns and send a pitiful the across the sea to us, to you and- to f the holiday greens and flowers. Ills coming again. It was quite by accident own room would b warm and sunny. she had met him two weeks before. you and to you, for help. Not tholrs but How he hnd loved that room, nnd yet She was rushing home from the corner the cause of tho disaster; tholrs he had given It nil up all the wealth grocery with a package of eggs under the price to pay. Not theirs tho gloand love nnd companionship, because her drm eggs were so uuroumntlc ry of war; tholrs but tlfe bodies to of Imnglned slight. and the sack burst. Lot she nnd n suffer, tho souls to cry in nngulsh at He had been proud nnd stubborn, stranger were lowing the wretched and because he thought his older mess. They suitled, they talked, and tho pitiful childish wall for food that is not, for shelter that Is not, brother hnd been given preference nt three o'clock afternoon Carol clothing that is not. Not theirs to over himself, he had sworn he would rouged her lips, that powdered her nose for go and never return until be could understand why; theirs only to face and Jumped Into a very smart blue cur tome bark with assured position and chugging away before her apartment. tho West, tho great and glorious and wealth that would cheapen his brothcome often to the lonely, prosperous and happy and sate and He er's possessions. With bitterness In dingy had tipartnicnt since then. He was secure West our West, our United Ms heart he had turned n deaf ear to coming today, utid Carol was to give States, and ask for aid. his mother's pleadings and his sister's him the answer to a big question Tho President of tho United States fears. He had'refused to see the hand whether she would continue to sit Tifc brother held out to him, or hear Tho Ited Cross has asked your aid. waiting, watching through the beautiHie urge In his brother's voice, as he your ful days of youth for a poor, hard- stretches out eager hands for liegged hi in to reconsider", If only for working husband, jwIio only half ap dollars, to use in aid. Your own llielr mother's sake. boy, healthy child, strong nnd go with preciated her, miiu to !ie iiad gone, and after ten years null 11 lVat 4 or illih j.lt.l. the llh UtAHlll chubby well young son or daughter, Is an ap' " " '" '"; came sneaking back like a criminal. ' London, to IMrlS. to CllllUI. Illlll to peal to you, that you pass these suf wtthnilt tlin innnov r,r ...will,,,, 1,.. Jmrf have him buy her all the things she fering ones of thefnear East not by; jo arrogantly boasted would be his, Two months before he had secured hud so long craved. say, "I can't be bothHer decision had that you do not a copy of a newspaper In which his made the black traveling bag ered," but that you put your ten ' been mother's nnme was mentioned In Con- pennies, or ten dollars, or whatever nection with some charitable eent. It j wns packed and her hat lay upon t. you can nfford, in an envelope and was this which had created the long- - j table. fng in him to come back and see her j There was a ring. It was not time send It to life nearest Ited Cross If possible from a dIstniice,'Tnd to see . for the man. Oh! the postman. Carol hca'dquarters, 'marked 'Tor Near rushed downstairs nnd returned with East Relief."' ine nome ne nan leir. Copyright 1922 Hart Schaffncr & Marx a small blue envelope. Shu hastily He" had three dollars in his pocket. And no one will know about it, It wns problematical when he would tore it open and read: you and God. "Dearest Carol: rani more, but he would have a good "Our baby died our little Elsie. I breakfast, anyway. He went to a "Whenever a newspaper ridicules cheaper section of the city, where he scarcely can see through my tears to knew he would get satisfying food for ' write, but I knew and Jack knew tlint a law, plays up a policy of contempt you alone could sympathize. The world for law and its enforcement, little, money. and in After he hod eaten, he wandered has suddenly turned black I ennnbt Its news and editorial columns fos see which way to go. I want my baby, about the streets. flghtlng a constantthat newspaper Is ly Increasing restlessness' qpi homeand through all my sorrow I seem to ters insickness. To be so near his own see your sweet face, my brave Carol. doing moro to destroy American You were the most noble of girl wives stitutions than a Faderal Judge can home, his own 'family, and feel he trould not go to them, seemed more when you laid your little Ethel away do to maintain them." declared than he could bear. Pride whispered forever. 1 shall remember always how General Daugherty In a recent to him all the vows he had made when you put your hand on John's arm and speech. he left home. No, he couldn't go back told him it was God's wish, and that No one will disagree with him. But now. He cursed himself for a fool In you and he would make the tight tothere will be many who disagree with coming back nt all. gether. "Paper, sir?" barked a shrill voice "It is you always I see before me the implication some may find In this that disrespect for In his car. He started. It hnd been now you nnd John. We must be brave pronouncement, months since n newsboy had thought for these boyhood sweethearts who are law Is bred lu the American press. It worth while to ask him If he wanttrying to conquer the uphill light. I Without trying to place any blame shall be with you before long. I want where it belongs, attention of the ed, n paper. A faint feeling of crept over him. He straightto sit beside you nnd have you tell me is drawn to two recent inened' up and felt in his pockets for the how to be the same sweet, unselfish thoughtful stances In, which those who adminispennies. person you are. I shall bring some taught people to disresHe sat down In a sunny little park trinkets of Elsie's. Good-by- . Your ter the-lapect It. . and opened the paper, wondering what slncerest friend, ETHEL." Pa., a nvanj he would find to Interest him again The letter slipped from Carol's In Wllkks-Harr- e, In the news of his native city. hands. She could not see it. There charged with wife beating, was be-iSuddenly his lips whitened. Mazing were, large tears on the rouged cheeks tried before a magistrate. He- at him from the crowded sheet was and the powdered nose. Her face was coming intensely incensed with the! n small item. It told him ids mother burled in the arm of the chair. or "John's prisoner because of the character "ISabY Ethel!" she sobbed. W35 seriously III. against him, the In a blinding flush the folly of the baby nnd mine. My poor John you tho evidence given Inst ten years came to him. The bit- have worked and" magistrate Jumped over his desk, terness and hate swept away. lie She slowly walked over to a drawer gave him a black eye, had him stand saw only his own error. in the small desk and opened it. Takup and blacked .the other eyo, after Ho must go to her, penniless and ing a tissue paper parcel from u far which he fined him ten dollars. mixed as he was. His mother woujd corner, she leaned over and untied It. There Is hero no sympathy for the welcome him In whatever garb he A pair of pink Mioes fell out. r. Doubtless lie deserved I - fi "R i idni!, One, two, three, four, live. The door k It' did- not' take hlin many minutes bell tinkled loud and louder. It moro than he got. Hijt ha didn't deto j7;jcH his home. The door wan stopped, then started again. All be- serve, in a court of law, anything but opened by ft new servant, who looked came quiet save for tho chugging of an a calm, dispassionate, and Judicial In hearing. The law does not provide atJcnnre at him. lint Just then his sis- automobile before the apartment. ter came into the hall. For a doubt- - a few moments even that hud ceased, for magistrates doing their own ful instant she regarded him, then and Carol was alone. with n little cry of recognition and t' It was growing lute nnd so much tiW Tho governor of a middle-wester- n welcome, drew him In. There was no be done the bag unpacked, John's supstuto commuted a doath sentence, to "reproach In her greeting, or per and flint of wonderment at his Mmhby appearance, j She tied up the tissue paper parcel, life Imprisonment, first getting tho only tenderness that cut hlui to the tenderly caressed It, .mil laid It away. convict in question to sign a paper1 I six agreeing that should he or his friends , lieurt. One two three four live Ha held out the newspaper Item. thu little French clock ticked off the attempt to gain further clemency tor j "How Is (lie?' he managed to whls-peboms. him, tho commutation will cease ami ' j the death penalty. he again faco In "A little better, this morning. Mixed Club Membership. "Poetic Justice" perhaps, hut is there III as the papers ' fact, she Is not us The principal amusement lit Paris stated, and I feel sure now sho will ' clubs for men Is in most cnnes card a law anywhoro which penults an of- C.tN UECOVEIt POSTED IjKTTKHS thru from Pittsburg, Pa. power to bar-trai- n recover quickly. I think I had better i.inviiif new book on the French ficial with commuting of Ilorao Mr. Carl Ferguson, And does it prepare her before she sees you, how- - i . with convicts? gllys Dy a new ruling of tho postoffice Ilranch, who has held a position at or, no, perhaps you ever. Walt here, ,,1, the member-woul- d make for rtspect for law to deprlvo , (i wmit.',',f t,e Greenville, Ky., department it is possible for the tho depot-irather go to your room first. M wus forI1M.riy Rlther mixed, tho uny- nn.mlA nf linn a (.uuviKi. ui accepting similar work in onnilnr of n lntter tn rocovor it anv It is Just as you left It. and every continues; and In one of these To most of us. law Is impersonal, morning nTother has had u lire built (t (me Umo time bofore it is actually dollvsred Denver Dam, nnd was in tho city wI(U.,v klwwll Kt,gh ' it Is the law officer who makes the ,,l,,.r''-- " Monday to find a location for his nobleman, having found that his pock- . . t'liomngiy, lie went up me laminar etbook. WJ...n,,llK sevcnll thousand lnw' live for us. As ?a respect mm, authorities, amplo proof that ho sent family. , uiuirs, uowu ine mug 11:111 10 111s room. friiucs, had been taken out of his coat wo rospoct that for which he stands; Mr. Carlton Allen, of McIIonry, the lotter. Tho rule oven permits It was as his sister had said. Tho fire hanging In the hall, hinted to tho ns wo may laugh at, or sueor at, or to telegraph postal mado a business trip, to llcavcr Dam, His house committee that it must have condemn him. so, unconsciously, do postmaBtors redly In the Ilrephlce. burned clerks to fish letters from mall bags Saturday. cl'.thes were hung carefully In the been purloined either by the members we wrongly but very humanly n In tho course of delivery uml have closet. He took down n gray suit he or ihu u utter. 'Their answer was: Mr. Itussoll Earp, of Roslue, was , the law. had liked especially well. He bathed, "Wo can answer for tho waiters l" thenv returne'd to tho place where tho guost Saturday, of Mr. John Aloa In the gray suit, A' then dres-sclen and Mrs. Allen, at Deaver Dam. they aro postmarked. ' Many of the Walters referred to Culloni What made Gllllngham knock came on the door nnd Ids sisgrow rich, It is said, fruiu tips hnd It Is reported that tho store of mnrrlaga till October,,' Special Cnko and Candy sale by 10 Ids ter yus ready to take It money lending. A member of one of postpone his Sandefur & Hall, at 222 North Main mother. I S. S. Class, street, lu Uoaver Dam, has been purlli.it.. ..lit lit. .nwi.ft filllful 1111 llui Oil! lllMllI whon tho usual wedding month is j.The Loyal Women's V....- - t ..J. ,.. w... ....1.. IIIUU lllfl,4 ,flAt the door of his mother's room "Maptlste, I wuul n ,June? Christian Church, tomorrow chased by Froil Uaiie. him to go waiter and wild, the kissed him and left Stlmnson He had only a certain valet. Can you lltid a good muu for Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Allon and Miss Ul"UC. amount of money for tho bridal tour, Straight to the big bed he went, his nioV" Eva Allen, and Mis. Hallio McDanlel OliATON, ItOUTE I. "Alas, monsieur," was the reply, "I and he had to wait until he could get head bent low. Ho knelt blindly drovo to Liberty Sunday. not. As u mutter of fuel, I have rates on the her. A warm soft hand touched fear tho reduced wlntor Mr. Leo Mc.Danlol, who has been been unable lo find one for myself," Mr. Charllo Walker jWhtto ,and Ills cheek; tho dearest voice In the Btoamer Hues and at the hotels. Froni the Outlook. business trip tho guest tho past sovorul days of wfd. of Dundeo, madon world called him "son," mid ho sobbed t his mother, at Uoaver Dam, Is tn like u llttl.e child, while tho tears I Itegulato tho bowola whon they to Heaver Dam, recently, 'This a Year of Fw Eclipses. nwny the hardness, leaving wuslieri Mr, Fre'd Fought and Mr. C. D. Logansport to spend soyual day move properlyj Herblno is This" year thero will be but two fall to only the cleun spirit of tho New Your, It Iloan motored to Ueavor Dam last with his slstor, Mrs. Tom Oraves and bowel roguhttor. eclipses, and both will be of the Miu. an ndmirabto Mr. Graves. re-- b Saturday. Leaves, 401 Descendant. 'the Hist cdlptto occbi'.s oa Match -- 8 htlpi tho liver and stomach and and It Is said that a remarkable pheLeo McDanlol, who Has been In Mr tor us a flu feeling of strength woman hu uml will bo annular, the second A lt-.Sold by The the east tor two yours, Is In the coun- nomenon is being observed between b.(. tancy. Price COc f tiled nt VJllo Platte, Lu leaving 401 (ember -- 0 uml will be total. Ho motored Woodbury and Morgantown, in But in ty, visiting relatives, , j tuunty Drug Cc. country cscupoa both. living descendants. wind-drive- S HI c THE AWAKENING & ci I I "-- - ex-co- pt No g, I to neglect clothes man's so busy he can afford Y self-rwpe- ct Maybe you think you're judged by what is in your head. It ought to be that way but it isn't. You are judged more often by your clothes. Do yours show that you have good taste? That you take pride in your clothes? That you value your personal appearance? Those things deserve a lot of your thought; we've given it a lot of ours and we're ready to help you with the best clothes made-H- art, Schaffner 4 Marx clothes. w ns .i- i.j.i wlfe-beate- g. COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. 'fliT" ter county, where rain P 11 I r. , 11 .uuj ,,',,,. ..i.' con-dom- Is said to havo fallqri in ono spot incessantly for fifteen days. ' Tho store of Coonor Bros, next door7rom Boaver Dam Deposit Hank at Iieavpr Dam, Is being newly painted by Mr. Harvo Flatt. Miss Attdra Hallo, of Fordsvtllo, visited Mrs. Duff and other friends Monduy, at Beavor Dam. Rev. L. J. Allen, of Rosino was In Uoaver Dam Saturday. i . . A GOOD REVIVAL 111 cifiis Rev. M. G. Snoll of n, - bo-si- T I nlnely-Blx-year-ol- d greatest meetings nt Mount Ollvot ovor held there. Thoro were nine conversions and a goneral spiritual awakening. Ho is a strong preacher nnd did some of the best preaching wo ever heard. He preaches nothing but the' "Old" Gospel plan of Balva-tlo- n, and makes it so plain that a child can understand,, Ho will be torig remembored in this community. They have called on him to hold a revival t tho Arnold Baptist Church. J. 0. CRABTREE. recently closed ono of tho V X .J--