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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Atrdrie, nccompnnled us ns guide. After crossing Green river at Paradise, wo went direct td Alrdrie, passing tho swinging bridge which was too delapldnted to cross. We wero taken to the site of the old Iron Foundry, whero only an Immense brick chimney and two boilers remalnod to mark the place, where wero moulded; tho" Iron pnttems then past tho spring bubbling from the hillside thai has grown famous for Its medicinal power to euro all Subscription $1.50 per 10, 1922. ,Y FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 20 ELECTION RESULTS TERRIFIC TORNADO AND IN OHIO COUNTY The election In Ohio county Tuesday wns a tamo affair from a Republican point of vlow. Congressman lipn Johnson was unopposed by the Republicans. P. N. Woodruff, Farm-Labcandidate, was his only opponent. Tho following Is a tabulated vote by precincts la tho county: O cutting a wldo swath thru th south- -' ern part ot the town. No pergonal injuries wero reported. Union PaBLIZZARD SWEEP WEST cific 'trains were held up and many barns were demolished. , 76 KNOWN Oh'AO IN MINE DISASTER Republicans Lose Seven Senatorships And Gain But Two. . The Republican or Three States In Pathway Of Swirling Wind; Oil Fields Struck. GOEUEL WILSON RECEIVES INJURIES IN AUTO WRECK Mr. Goebel Wilson, son of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Wlfson, of this city, suffered a broken nose and other Injuries of the face, Saturday night, when tho Dodge car he was driving turned turtle In a ditch at the foot ot oi large hill beyond Horro Branch, pinning htm between tho body ot his car and a large stone. Mr. Wilson, accompanied by Mr. Waltman Brooks, wero delivering ballot boxes and when they started down the hill the brakes failed to work, thus permitting tho car to run at a high speed down the Incline, which caused the overturning in the ditch. Mr. Brooks was uninjured and was able to lift the car enough to relievo the pressure on Mr. Wilson, until assistance, could arrive. Mr. Wilson was taken back to Horse Branch whero his wounds wero attended to, nnd came to Beaver Dam on the1 train, where he was met by his father. Ho is getting along nicely. The top and the wlndshlold of tho car was considerably torn up. All Bodies In Pennsylvania Pit Believed To Have Ben Remover majorities In the poultry ailments. United States Senate and In the Houso We passed n large pile, of limeof Representative wore sharply re- stone rock that had been brought duced but Republican managers de- from Gasper river to bo used In sepaclared they, would not be wiped out. rating iron from tho ore. We saw At noon yesterday twonty-flv- o n pioneer Coal mine that had been States had completed their Congres- known ns Black Rock. sional election, returns but neither We wero then taken to tho Iron Republicans nor Democrats had pro- Foundry proper, whero the stone gressed much further toward control furnace, power houso and prison are of tno House of Reprcaontatlvce. Tho still standing. The old prison Is vote at that hour stood: inado of beautiful stone, faultlessly Republicans, ISC; Democrats, 187; carved and In a perfect state of Socialist, A 1. TRECINCTS a o a CA 3" E. Hartford W. . Hartford Beda ..."...... .... Sonator Reod of Mlrsou.rl, Iron of coke, swinging bridges. eran of many disputes with tho Wil- mines, stone walls, brick walks, and son Administration, was leading his stood on tho very spot once occupied Republican opponent on tho return bythe horn of Gen. Don Carlos Duel, early today and was assured of re- ot which only three chimneys remain In Montana, Burton K. election. as markers. "Wheeler, the Democratic candidate, Besides a pleasant outing It was of his Republican was running ahead very Interesting to hear mnny hisopponent, Carl Rlddlck, for tho seat torical events related by our guide, of Senator Myers, Democrat. Mr. Williams, to whom wo extend Senator Hitchcock, Democrat, of our Thanks and very best wishes. .Nebraska, floor loader for tho Wll-- y The following composetLtho party: sou Administration forces In tho Connie Smith, Ruth Stalswotth. peace renty fight, was bca'ton by R. Mary Mlnton, Dculuh 'Mlntou, Lola U. Howell, Republican national comGeneva Dlack, Cora May Southard, mitteeman from that. Stato, counted StevcnsT Ionn Stevens, Helen among tho progressive Republicans. Cllfflo Wcsterfleld. Edith King, Charles. Whllo the ten Congressmen from Anderson, Vm. Bean, all Crowe, Ernest , 'Kentucky, outside Louisville, Wm. Crabtree-- Wm. Carson, Joseph ' wero received returns Carson, Kenneth BIrktread,. Morton show that the Democrats In every Wnlkor, Levi Wilson. Herman Johninstanco received largely uugmonlcd LeacTi. Herbert Ralph, majorities." On tho other hand, tho son, Leonard Wayne White. v Edwin Davidson, two Republican Congressmen who Ellis. Martin Schapmlro, by nfajorltles which Courtland Tvero Keown, Mrs. S. Q. Keown, Mr. S. O. wero greatly cut down from tho E. It. Williams. of two years ago. Maurlco H. ONE WHO WAS PRESENT. district, Thatcher, In the Louisville . r will be the only now member of the MRS. A. D. KIRK ENTERTAINS Kentucky delegation Ja tho House. LADIES SOCIAL CLUB Ho Buccceds Charles P.?Ogden. who Both'aro .declined a r. a r Kirk tmtertalned the Republicans. Club In n most de- -j Congressman R. Y. Thomas. Jr., Ladles Social manner, at her homo on . Democrat, Central City, received tho llghtful Street, Wednesday afternoon, largest majority ever accorded a Union At the, conclusion of a 2 o'clock. Democrat In tho Third District, win- at games ot progressive rook, ning over his Republican opponent, number of a delicious salad course was served. "W. O. Moats, Morgantown, by 6,660. es present-were- . 8. Tho election The club members Indianapolis, Nov. E. G. Barrass, Belle Coopers of Samuel Mi Ralston, Democrat, as Sullenger. O. Hunter, Darrell United States Senator frofu Indiana C. Williams, Otto O. Martin, J. over Albert Revorldgo, Republican Hooker Rowan Holbrook, E. E. eandldate, was assured, today. Mr. S. Glenn, n, Blrkhead, R. T. Collins, J H. Tap-paRalston's lead grow as belated reMargaret Lettyo and Misses turns were received thruout the day. Marks; invited guests: Me3damca sent a message of conMr. Ilevorldgo Roy Barnhlll, Lewi? Riley and C. H. gratulation to Mr. Ralston. Elizabeth Senator Henry Hoavrln. city, and Miss Boston. Nov. 8. Marks, of Louisville. WilCabot Lodge was. reelected oyer liam A. Qnston, Democrat, yesterday S. R. KTXG CAUGHT WHILE hy a plurality of 1,945. MAKING MOONSHINE disNew York, Nov. 8. With 436 out of tho 7,301 In tho tricts missing Prohibition Enforcement Officer, Stato, tho voto for Governor at 4:30 E. Smith, J, Ed Shaver, ofOrecnvllle, assisted) a. m. today stood: Alfred S. S. King, Democrat, 1,3 63,656; Nathan L. Mi- by deputies, discovered In the act ot making mponshlno on ller Republican, 965,072. Nlckolson, near Tho SonatorJal vote, with 1,080 ' tho farm ofJJharles Tuesday of lust Royal S. South Carroilton, districts missing, was: Democrat, 1,096.245; Wil- 'week. Tho still. was destroyed and Copolnnd, and brought. to liam. M. Caldor, Republican, 846,014. 'King was arrested examining trial thl3 afternoon" Hartford. Ho waived Revised roturns placed under a bond of $300. show that the Republicans retain con- and was the State Two charges were mads against hlin, trol of both branches of manufacturing Intoxicating liquor nnd Legislature by reduced majorities. . Officials Ohto.-'Nov8. Returns having It In his possession. Columbus early today indicated that ' say that Mr. Nlckols.on, owner ot tho available Implicated In any way. Ohio voters yesterday electod a Dem- farm, Is not nlted i Republican ocrat Qovornor, COLLIERY MINING .Statos Senator, returned a majority HUFF COMIMXY-CIIANGEHANDS Republican conof Its present solid delegation and probably gressional Tho" Huff Colliery Company Coal electod Republicans to most State mine nnd other holdings, near offices. was sold Monday, to Messrs. W. O. Harvey and A. O. Hancock, ot TO AIRD1UE Tlin Providence ,The conslderatlpu was I 4, twenty Seventh $15,000. Om November and Eighth Grade pupils togothor with four High School pupils chap- I HlimilCl' T.1PKNSKK RECENTLY ISSUED eroned by Mr. anil Mrs. S. O. Keown left Hartford In W. E. Ellis' truck Simmons, to W. S. Daugherty, lrlvon by Murtln Schapmlre, n. 8:30 m. arriving at Mr. E. R. Wllllama Vrrna L, Ualze, Simmons. u. Joe Olllo Ward, Whltosvllle, to Viplace, one while from Pnradlso, ut la Wcsterfleld, Hartford Route 6. m. t 10 a. Ivan Nelsou. Boaver Dam, to AuMr Williams, u venerable citizen and reared In sight of drey KltchenB, BeavorDam. who was born flg-vir- m -Mes-dam- majority to control Is 218. Iowa Hero on tho stone wall, surroundwas the only Statu which has return- ing the pattern pit, weato our ed a solid Republican delegation. lunch. It was plain that tho deciding Then "led by our guide wo climbyet to como from tho West , votes were ed tho stouo steps that led to the and Middle West. top of tho hill. There wo saw piles a vet- preservation. Mngan .. Cromwell . . Cool Springs . . j, N. Rockport . . . .' S. Rockport Select . .' Horse Branch .; N. Roslnp E. Reaver Dam W. Heaver Dam McIIeury N. Contertown Smnllhous E. Fordsvlllo W. Fordsvlllo Aetnavllle Shrevo . . , Olaton Buford ..' Sulphur Springs , 36 44 45 33 ,11 25 19 37 19 10 45 15 51 66 17 37 16 42 22 42 19. 29 27 ' Bartletts Hoflln Ceralvo ..... ...i '27 17 20 46 7 Pt. Pleasant Narrows Ralph ....". . . Prontlss .. Herbert . r Arnold . ....... m '..- - 20 12 . Render Sinlmons N. .. Hartford .... ... y ...... ...... . 1" 21 ' . . 9 40 1 Sunnydale . . Pond Run Taylor Mines S. Fordsvlllo S. Roslne S. Centertown 34 14 32 15 31 leases. Tho known dead: Joe Jennings, 8 Mrs. Joe Jennings, son 6i of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jennings, and Dobbs, n boy 15 years old. 19 After striking southwest of Drum-rig- ht, 10 tho tornado raised' and! de6' scended near Manneford, twenty-fiv- e 71 miles.- northeast of here. "An oil 11 worker named Wall was killed on 30 an oil lease ncur Mannuford. 37 Physicians departed for the storm 45 area from here and Ollton. The to6 tal darkness which covered the oil ot the destruction of ffold as a 3 electric lighting equipment Is hin3 dering the rescue parties. 0 More thnn thirty houses of oil 5 workers were wrecked and oil rigs 3 nnd.puinplng machinery strewn about 6 for miles. 3, No trace of tho Jennings houso 0 , has been found. Their bodies 5 up a quarter of a nillo away. 9 thej A heavy downpour followed Xl toinado aud Is continuing. Two of 0 the Injured brought her? were Iden9 tified as Frank Hurst and Mrs. Fan4 nie Hurst. 161 Pueblo, Col., Nov. 4. Eight Boy 14 Scouts and their leaders left Pueblo 10 this' morning for a hike: Nothing 2 has been heard of them sinco the 12 storm broke out about 2:30 o'clock. 4 Men on horseback have left Pueblo 64 In search ot them. A blinding snow1 storm swept the region and there are som fears expi eased for tholr safety. 1 Tornado lilts Scnttrod Towns in Col2! ! were-picke- d Drumrlght, Okla., Nov. 4. Four perrons were killed, fifty were injured, some seriously, and many are missing as the result of a tornado which. struck in tho oil fields just southwest of here tonight. The storm, came In a northeasterly All the damage reported direction. was to houses and property on the oil oi 1.077 Two perDenver, Col., Nov. 4. The following received compllmen- - sons dead, two missing, several in ry v. unu. tory voies: u. n . r..,.n , P. fY.. jured and property damago upwards O. C. Martin 1; Jas. A.I ot $50,000 was the toll reported to.Hunter 2; Tate 1; L. H. uonaer i; Arcmo juio night of tornadoes and thunderstorms 1; "Andy Gump" 1; J. A. Rcueer 1. that gripprd farming sections ot -- Southeastern Colorado todays GOOD REVIVAL The damaged urea was the cenCLOSES AT GOSHEN ter of a sleet and snowstorm which hit the Itocky Mountain states last Tha revival at Goshen church con- night. BUzzardy conditions prevail ducted by tho pastor Rev. T. T. ed In most western states tonight and Frailer, came to a close last Satur- heavy snowfall, with lower tempera day night at the end of two weeks ture were reported almost generally. south and duration. Tho services were well atWlro communication tended, and a good Interest mani- wJ3t of Denver whs demoralized. fested by all. There were eleven Definite information was not availconversions, some ot whom will Join able concerning" the extent of torna other church, likely, but there wore does reported In a few Isolated Colo . also eleven additions who are all rado points. heads of families, except two. The Two lives were lost at Sugar'Clty, services closed out with a hearty Ccl., in a tornado which swept near hand-shak- e to all new inombers, and that city early today, It was reportmore determined mind on tho part ed. Another tornado struck that a ot nil to live a consecrated life. At place this afternoon and caused property damage. No Intho conclusion of the lust service the church and community prosentod the juries wero reported. pastor with a frso will offering to Nearly a score ot houses andbnrn ot wore reportil demolished oast of the amount of $36.00, as a token their appreciation of his services in Llmon, Col.,and residents are searchthe meeting. ing for Carl Harmon, a rancher, and his wife, who wore reported nilsslng YOUNG CHILD DIES following tlio destruction ot their homes. Several persons, wero injurFloyd Jr., tho Infant son of Mr. ed at Llmon. Suland Mrs. Floyd Mldkltf, Sr.. of Reports that two poisons were home last phur Springs, dlod at their killed at Rockford qould not be-Saturday at noon. Death was duo several hqusos and barns to the effects of a scald that the wero roported destroyed by a tornachild recslvod a few days before, do this afternoon, veswhen ho put his arm down In a The Btorm diminished somewhat The remains sel of scalding water. Colorado bury- In Denver and Northern were laid to rest In tho Mldklft tonight. ing grounds, near Sulphur Springs, BlUnid Isolate Pueblo. Sunday afternoon. Rev, M. E. WilMothfidlst PuobloCol.r Nov. 4. Pueblo has cox, pastor ot the Dundee had charge of tho services, been completely Isolated from tho church, . rest of tho world for tho past six tolepnono CARD OF TILVNKS hours. All uud nil telegraph Hues have been We wish to extend our thanks to down because of a Bqvoro blizzard y. our many friends, ot Sunnydale, Ohio which struck this region at non county," for their kindness, and sympathy shown us duffing tho sickness In Puoblo electric wires and tele and death ot our beloved father and phone lines wero brokeu by tho heaKrandfatlier, J. T. Wlmsatt, who de- vy coat of bidet that cluntj to the parted this life November 6, 1922. wires, causing them to saaji In the May God suid a blessfcig upon our wind, friends and neighbors for tholr kindTornado lilts Nebraska. Lexington, Nebr. Nov, - A torness. A SON AND FAMILY. nado struck Lexington this evening, totals 38Q orado. " , , long-dlstan- Snt-urdu- 4- Spangier, Penn,. Nov. 7. Thirteen additional bocfles wore taken from, the ralno of tho Rellly Coal Company here, tUlet afternoon, bringing tho total dead recovered' to ree'. All are In the temporary-morgue- . Thirteen more bodies wero In the mine, rescurcrs said, nnd thirty-tw- o injured were In the miners hospital. An explosion yesterday entombed the men. Mine rescuo experts said they ha& explored all but two ot tho headings and did not expect to find any. more bodies . Coroner , Schwab of Johnstown shortly before noon began arrangements for holding tho inquest. Volunteers have been obtained to dig the graves of the victims, most ot whom will ba buried in two Catholic cemeteries hero. A carload ot coffins arrived In Spangier this morning. H i The grim task of removing FLUKE McFLUKE IS started about two o'clock this VISITING HIS GRANDSONS morning after widows and children ot the missing men had been inducFluko McFluko, together with his ed to return home. They stood in good wife, left last Saturday after- tho misty rain all through ygsterday. noon at 5 o'clock for Dlxlo Land, to Rescue chiefs believed that the mine make an extended visit with his would be'clcarediot bodies this mornHo spent tho morning ing. grandsons. and most ot the afternoon getting Six Stato troopers patroled the his baggage to the depot. His train nrea about tho mino mouth and kept consisted of an engine and tender tho hundreds of curious persons cars. and forty-eigaway. We have Just received word from HaU Is Temporary Morgue him by radio that he arrived safely, Miners' Hall, a, 'little structure and he said in a trembling voice as here, was the temporary morgus. Una typical grandfather, to tell Doc dertakers here, In Barnsboro and Pirtle, Howard Ellis and his oth- Johnstown were ordered to prepare) er friends that at tht moment lie for the dead ' men. Every delivery was happy, seated under a beautiful truck and wagon In Spangier was Magnolia, with a grandson on either pressed Into service as a morguec knee, relating to them some of his wagon. many harrowing experiences in the Red Cross and Salvation Army of Grassy, workers from Pittsburgh, Alteona. wilds at the away up North, thanking his Lord and Johnstown were on hand distrifor his steady nerve and keen eye- buting coffee and sandwiches to then sight which enabled him to be. with rescuo squads as they came to the his grandsons tonight. surface with their burden ot death, ' , or to replenish their oxygen tanks- - f of JOHN T. WIMSATT a new exploration ot the muddy pits. PASSES AWAY When rescuo workers entered" the1 mine, soon after noon yesterday, they John T. Wlmsatt, aged about 73 encountered bodies in the main way years, died at his home at Sunnydale only 100 feet from fresh air. Ther Sunday night at 10 o'clock, of a comonly long en'ough to make plication or diseases, of three weeks' haltcd sure there was no spark of lite and duration. hurried on - Into the' gassy The deceased Is survived by his then for possible survivors. chambers wife, two sons, T. A. Wlmsatt, of Their hopes were high When they-cam- e Torrent, and Lonnlo Wlmsatt, qf upon a rudoly constructed one eVujrhter, Mrs. James brattice on which was scrawled: He Is also surGray, of Sunnydale. behind this," are twenty-nin- e vived by a brother, Mr. P. A. Wlm- "There But the rescurors pushed on deepsatt, of Dukehurst. men who had not Burial occurred at tho Smith bury- er Intp tho mine for gas was Monday after- fortified themselves. The ing ground near Palo, strong at this point nnd they feared noon at 2 o'clock. that shouldihey break down the barfc. rier the woakened condition ot the JAMES E. PIRTLE, JR. men could not stand the Inrush ot tho Word has been received In this deadly fumes. Scores Found Huddled Together city, of tho death of James E. Pirtle, OtUer roscurers later found moro-tha-n Jr., son of Mr. nnd Mrs. James E. a score of bodies huddled toPirtle, Sr of Versailles, Ky., and grandson ot tho late F. W. Pirtle, of gether.. It Is bolloved that this Hartford. Young Mr. Pirtlo dlod in group was tho ono behind tho bratSan Diego, Calif., whero ho had gone tice Five times an explosion" has occurIn tho hopes of regaining hla health, Sunday, November 5th. Whllo serv- red In this mine, but the other four ing In tho navy, during tho World did not register any fatalltlos. Damage to the mine Itself was not War, ho 6uffured a severe attack of gr,eat, officials said. They would tuInfluenza, which developed Into berculosis. Ho wa& Just In tho prime not Issue a statement, but thoy did say that the mine had been examof life being only 26 years ot age. will bo brought back ined and reported free of gas Just a The remains lo Lexington, his former homo, for short time before the- explosion. An examination showed that tho place Monburial, which will tako force ot the explosion lifted tho fan day. It is young man is n building from its foundation. Tho deceased nephew of Dr. J. R. Pirtle, Mesdamos located 200 foet from tho tlpplo. ThU alr-tlgand for John A, Duke and T. P. Carson, ot btructuro must bo noarly an hour It was not working HnrtfonL plastered ' effectively. Mud .was TOBACCO ASSOCIATION about tho cracks hastily and Its opTO NOMINATE DELEGATES erations .continued. Movable bulkheads wore being conThe members of Ohio County Dark structed today. Theso wero attachA.HO-- J ed to tho front ot mlilo cars and tho Tobacco Growers to meet m rescurers were going deeper Into the requested elation are Hartford, at 1 o'clock p. in., Wed-- ; mlns. BUt they hud no hopes that a living uesdav. Nov. 8. for the purpose ot nominating delegates who will rep miner would bo found In the depths resent this district In the-- eloctlon ot now, Directors, which later election will C W Arnold, or White Run, was-ltako place on the 18th, Inst. Hartford, Wednesday T H, BLACK, Ch'm'n. sixty-ththo-deaht head-waters ro, ht a ,6il I fel i s mm fears ICY CLIMATE Promote, then, as an object of priI MOISTURE-PHOOmary importance, Inctltutlous for the MATCHES gsnoral diffusion of knowledge. In Nov. 4. Paris will have a. A French government proportion an the structure of a govOft-engineer, ?trograd cllmnto and icebergs will ernment c'ves forco to public opin- M. Dubrlsay, has Invented n moisshake tbs Mediterranean If nil alleg-- d A GoimI CouijIi Medicine for Clilldrvn. Tho heads of orMrs J. V. Phillips. Rodon, da., ion, It Is essential that public opinion ture proof match American project to divert the George dinary matches nrb usually mado of should be enlightened. The Economy Gult Stroam by bridging tlm cap be- phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant Washington. throo principal substances.. An ox-- 1 be- - there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's tween Key Wast and Havanna Wise and Judicious model of edu- plosive substance Is combined with sunipsn-rrnlltv- . statu alarned French Cough Remedy and said sho had bought a bottlo of It. at his store cation, patronized and supported by some innctlro substance by means ot scIontOUs- , communities, will draw together tho n cohesive It Is tho gluo or cohsslvo Newspapers In Parl3 devoto col- - recently and that It was doing her want- - sons of the rich and the poor, among substance which renders mntches n.rmto tha reported project of Amer-- f children so much good that sho when damp. In dnmp air It makes no distinction; it . in rannivi fin. iTnlt.imi in 1;nn 11 n the treatment. You whom gonitis, It so swells and softens that friction ... . 1- .- uy ran, . ... . M nf.41.lMi. I.nttl fnf fnll Ill I " "1 cultivate tho natural .Ml . -1J cc Kaies wun tjuu.i uiiiitw iu unit iiuwi.uf, uv.1 ""B""! elevato the soul, .excite laudable falls to Ignite tho match. Dubrlsay Pays to. Excelsior pointing out that and colds In chldren or for yourself. emulation to excel in knowledge,, pie- discovered that If a modified form of be sold expectora-atreat- n less loose, iuh a plan would turn the Quit It keeps tho cough frees the system ty and benevotence; and, flnnlly, it bakelitc wero used as an agglutinateasy and soon buci Into tho South Atlantic tion monm will reward its patrons nnd bene ing substance matches could ho mado and transform' thoprcsont mild ell- - from the cold. Ignite even when damp. ey" means bake-da- y which would failfactors by shedding its benign Jk a V '""TlNTSIl mate aC Northeastern Europo Into an on tho public mind. John Such matches were readily lighted ures, jrctfl-an, SOVIET COLLECTING after having been placed under a Adams. -flar fa certainly an urgent affair NEXT YEAR'S TAX money bell-Jside by side with n vessel A system of general instruction loc the attention of allied states- which shall reach every description of evaporating water for nearly n means economy. men," ays Pays, "far moro import- Moscow. Nov. 4. In Russia alrea- - of our citizens from tho richest to year, If tho sticks aro dried these .., ,..,.. t l.n. . i (inn Hm RMtlemont of tho ar .... I j.. ?., the poorest, rs it was the earliest, so matches will ignite after being held lne..Bra" l"..lu' '7m ' ,. ,., The sales of Calumet br will It be thu lattwt of all tho pub- for several moments under water. j Sernrauy of reparations. over 150 )tt otuer southern districts the ,tax lic concerns In which I shall nermlt N one can doubt that tho men has beeu fuy palllf an(j rrora tno of any baitmyself to take an interest. Thomas WIFKLE.i AND HOPELESS -j hir tferg tho Panama Canal aro phy- provlnce ot Tula, which has a HE TAKES HIS OWN LIFE ing powder. BEST BY TEST Straits, cIal order for seeii wth which to Jofferson. capable of bridging tho tt Cecta. In fact, competent author- - plant the wntor ry'e the whole Irregular bowel movements lead Wommack, Mo., Nov. 4. LIC,e the amount na,i i,cen 80nt out before the THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER files nave already pronounced to chronic constipation and a consti- without n mate caused Paul Johnjroject completely feasible owing to dat0 f,xe(U son, a. farmer, to end his life. pated habit fills the system with imtho shallow sea bed of tho straits. Aiti10 the peasant objects to taxes purities. Before committing tho last act ot Herblne is a great bowel be a complo- - j ,n kmd tlle g0Vernment has refused Sfccli a railway would his f.ivvers. good-nighregulator. It purifies tho system, his life he shaved himself and clean' IsOsSTGa ttV ira ot the Florida East Coast, which ,n accept fl,0 grain tax in anything vitalizes the blood and puts Then he wrote a dl- - ed up his home. the QUESTIONS mnrncctH Key West With the main- - elB0 The oniy exCeption Is payment gestlvo organs In fine, vigorous con note suying that his inability to get Now York Tribune These long by viaduct, and its realization In the Bread Loan bonds which were .had a wife made life unbearable. He re gaps between strikes make it diffiBible Answers dition. Prico 60c. Sold by Ohio xould mean direct trains from New issued last spring, when the govern- County Drug Co. nouy ue cromatea If Prnta wfll cnoarafre rhifctrm (a tin cult for Samuel Gompcra to find in quested urn nis and mrmortio tho Hibl A ruwrrt, tt wilt pnw LJ York to Havana and Santiago. ment was badly in need of funds. and tho ashes scattered to the "four spncvwu ncnisjfv w uktdi ub uicr jean somothing to talk about. ' essentially are TTie 'Americans uiL'L'niiumrjrr. Jrr nij l?&rri ifi hAIti'ij xr'rri ti In tho case of the stock tax, howwinds." He took poison. DOWN ON THE FARM already ever, the government has modified have They . utilitarian. m Tolodo Hladc The pen is fightlor The cattle tax this year ihown that Europe does not Interest Its rule. than the sword. $100 Reward, S100 "Clarence," said the old farmer toj sir at nolitlcally. There is reason to lined not bo paid in moat. It may bo his sou, The What charge was given three tlmos "remove those trousers and pleaacd readers' ot thu paper will be to learn that there la nt least Selfavt! that the advantages to tUemjonly 100oo,000 pounds ot rye, and put Edmonton Journal Speaking of Reon an old pair of overalls. one dreaded i&sca30 thut science lina to Joshua? Joshua 1:6-1railway would pa,a m Braln or m soviet rubles, 3f a New York-HavaTo whom should you commit your lucky days, there's tho one on which place that cap with some old straw been able to rure In all Its states arid that Is catarrli. Catnrrh being Krcatly way? Psalm outweigh tho tremendous disadvan-- 1 Tne jjreaj. Loan bonds amount to hat with the brim torn off. Leave Intluenced by America declined a mandate for 7:5. constitutional dl- comllilont ..&SQ are hold chi0ny by the city your requires constitutional trualinent llaH'n tssen- to Europo resulting from How can ono rejoice oven during Constantinople. wrist watch In the house. In- Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and flow ot tho rri,B face value of the mft.ii of tho nnsent stead of using the tractor today you acts thru the Blood on tlie Mnrniiu f,nr trials? 1 Peter. 4:12-1faces of the Bulf Stream.. bonds Is eouivalont to 10,000,000 may cultivate corn with that old the foundation Sysienr thereby destroying Who cares for the poor and thoso Roanoke World New Air has of the disease, giving the patient strength by building up the con- who fear God? Psalm 34:0-- 7. gold rubles, but the workers bought single-shove- l, Culm WouM Agroc. beon free, but wo couldn't apcultivator stitution and assisting naturo in doing lit "Cuba's assent to the project Is thera at 95. They will be redeemed that the museum has been trying to work. The proprtetors have so mucli What promlso is given to thoso preciate it until tlriw were invented. the curcclve of naturally certain. Cuba Is utterly ln ryo j Docembor and January, una buy from me. And take a fow straws faith In Medicine that power offerHalt's who trust in God? rsalm 37:3-1-Catarrh they ' .One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls dependent on the United States, poll- ti,e harvest failed the government to tha Held to chew." Who shall Inherit tho earth? Llttlo Rock Democrat Wo often to cure. Send for Hat of 'testimonial The Straits ha(1 promised to redeem them In financially. Address .tolly and J. "Aw, father," protested tho young Ohio, SoldP.by CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, Psalm 37:11. wonder how many amendments to tho all Dre&glsts, 75c. l Cuba. are practically United States goid- -How are tho steps of a good man 10 conraandmonts would'havo been pausing In his Job ot repairing . ,,Tt man. ! f fnllorl nnd tVtoV ....-- -- "'"-"- -' " " wrrltorial waters directed? Psalm 37:23-2carried had they been submitted to tha farm dynam0( "what's th-- j idea?'.' I oa!d become so In fact with the ls a faIr harveat. and tho tas Is. coucern n".,s "3IUHIIKKKD" Glut ItETUHNKH A mov,n pIcture house committee. 1IEC03IKS HOUSI7 DECOKATOU 'wmulfition ot a briage across mem. jignter tnis year, so mm. iuo paid me $1,000 to shoot a few scenes as that tne uuu ar0 ,nuci, piaCated. After three days search for "Scientists show of what they call typical farmers. We Toledo Dlade Ono fool can rock, water Is- - ti,a tax i3 laid to encourage wider Margaret Davis, Chicago The wife of Sir Ambrose Poyntor, a boat, but It takes a lot ot 'em to Stream. Is a body of warm mustn't disappoint them." Mexico hy planting the peasants are plowing a police gave her uir as "killed, slain famous English architect, has decid- upset tho 'ship of state. ratfsss from the Gulf ot fed av of the Straits ot Cuba. It Is - greater area this fall. Is Interested: and body disposed: of.'" iMeantime ed to withdraw from fashionable "I doa't helleve Josh from the South AtftyJsrarm'-currentIn the dear old home." remarkfiit Margaret had dressed np as a boy, society anu go into Business ns a New York Commercial Labor Mexl- - j Tlib SIcaiLS You. assumed the name.- - Dick Davis, and house decorator. Having studied unions have much to say about tho factic which enter tho Gulf ot taste Farmer Corntossel sadly. When you get up with a bad between ,..,,-,.- . tho. straits nt hy "Yes, he Is," roplled Josh's moth- attached herself tn n dairy farm tho business for two years uhe found of speech; tho rest of as your mouth, a dull tired feeling, nkd, the South African 111. Alclio she smoked, little difficulty In getting accommowill now have somothing to say in - er, "and he's goin' to keep on beln" near Itosclle, geographical no relish for food and are constlpatneeullar interested regardless ot pleasures-an- a corncob pipe, chowed tobacco and dations at tho "Merchant Adventure regard to the freedom ot tho work. dl- - cd. you may know that you need a palaces so long as the old homo. put on a swagger Her employers be- Shop" in London. Not wishing to rurmation of the Straits of Cuba ' ,, nf rhambexlaln's Tablets. They After three days presume on her title she will stream iu u XThnnt. the Gulf ls th6 only place where thre-- meals came suspicious. Columbia Record Tho troublo Zlr direction across tho . Atlantic to. I not only ,.cause an agreeable move- - per day are absolutely reliable.' of pitching straw and feeding tho as "Toucan." , with tho world's leaders Is that thoy ,(. rioonan nnd . ,,I-- i w. . inoui ui m cows "DIcK" wearied and are always leadlug us Into vtroublo .xiUTuiJc, "" It- hnrlies tile coasis 01 invigorataiu the stomnch and improve Washington star. Constipation. tevaled her Identity.. Vrance, England and on up to Ice and never out of it. n ths digestion. Moat laxatives and. cathartics af land. The flashy townsman was swag Stop coughing! yom rack the lungs ford" only temporary relief and tor this gcoerav'iiw.l forma- STItAY CATS AKE I'KD round the farmyard Imparting: gerlug "ttut California Journal Collrornlana Gult gratuitous advice to tho old farmer. and worry tho body. Ballard's should bo used only for that purpos. aro saving peach pits for fuel, but tion ot'rtU Straits ot Cuba the PAKIS.HAM-BV AGED th Horcbound Syrup checks Irritation, Whoa you want permanent relief wo shall contluuo to depend upon Having criticized the poultry, Stream might: flow north along the felheals the lungs and restores com- take- Chamberlain's Tablets and be tho coal pits. American Atlantic coast, giving Now old lady hayricks and the rest ot tho old Pari3, Nov. 4. A good ot London, or it tho townsman vis-t- od fortable breathing. Price- 30c, 60c careful to observe tho' directions with Vorfc the climate lives near tho great markets of low's possessions, south-nr- d who know-hoand 11.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio each package. These tablets not the stablnsv "Say, do you nign descsnd clrcular-wb- o New York Evening Post Hardly Paris has found a way to spend her m only move the bowels, but improve the Gulf of Mexi- last days of leisure as well as her to make a- slow horso fast?" lie' Cuanty Drug Co. and nnytbfng has creatfd such an outthe appetite and strengthen theasked. burst of sllonce us the kaiser's memco" to tfls north of Uruguay. Sho feeds cat. ot modest revenue. uoau RUSSIANS WIIAJ HUNT m oirs. "V " Enid he larmer. "A bridge across tho Straits market ls ovEvery day when tho KOK IRON IIEPOSITS like Cutis could not bo built on piles er sho makes the round of tho stalls fesd him." NEWSPAPER VIEWS. ordinary bridge. It would have gathering bits of moat which the Washington Star The farther a an Moscow, Nov. 4 The causeway prois running away with "My curiosity man Is from tho possibility of becomto ba more or less a left behind them a butchers have Congress of Physicists has Just Urooklyn Eagle Tho Turk3 arc ing prosldont ot tho U. S. A., tho jected by gigantic breakwaters. These bite of liver, a little uecf and a scrap mo," said thu farmer when his and towed held a meeting at Nizlluy Novgorod, living up tox their reputation for pastor it Is for him to say inevitably stop calf broke loose ffrewltwaters would with some crumbs or what ho of mutton and papers wore pre- cruelty. whera ninety-nin- e One of the first things they would do It he held tho offlco. Uie'passaco of the Gult Stream, send bread: sho confections a dish fit for him cross tho field. Wig Wag. sented reviewing the nehlevments of did after occupying towns In the neu-it lack Into th3 Gulf ot Mexico and any cat. met attar church as science in Russia and abroad during tral.' zoue was to close all the saloons. Atlantic to cross Two farmers inirlnto tho South Her faithful followers know Just HAWAIIAN ISLES ARC Sold recent yoars, Two hundred inoni- -i perhaps to Africa or even to continue where to find her aud they are there usual and this conversation: hers were in attendance professors, Washington atur Tho woodshed WORLD'S WETTEST SPOT louthward down the coast of South waiting every day in tho samo spot. your pig?'" engineers, chemists and physicists. where the boy was cor"Yes." injustice, Aifterlca. In order thut there Is no The subjects discussed wore physltftr, roded Is now a place whora tho modHonolulu, Nov. 4. Hero's ono of "What d'ye get?" Huropc Would FieewJ. she distributes a little square ot pa- radio, technique, techno-physlo- s and ern boy parks tho Jitney at two a. m. tho wettest spots ln tho world, Tho dollars.' each "Thlrtoon -would for each What tho result ot this i.tiiktvlnmlb3 I ner HAnni.rm, t itcat present and annual rainfall record at tho station ,. 11 "What'd it coat ye to raioe. It?" 1... a aiinin . ...- - imrtinn. Some uuo ov.vm.-- . rcurupo may An expedition to. Eastern Siberia tn Canton Repository Each of us has of tho United Statea Weather Ilureau $3 for tho shoat ?r for tha "Paid deprived ot of them swallow hurriedly with a England and Franco, ' house,, and tlva was projected to make observations a family tro hut some trees are located on tho .upper slopos of Puu of the look of distrust. Others more con- - lumber ln tho pen and mellowing, tompurnturo Tho uhject more shady than others. ot magnbttq conditions. Kukul. Inland of Maul, Hawaiian the curled up more for the feed." group, is 5C2 liicbos. The Puu Ku- is to find, perhaps in the valleys of Gult Stream, would return to the fidont. with their backs "Didn't make much, did yo?" morsels Amur and Lena rivers, a tremenxlactal period. Icebergs would choke nnd ears attentive paw nt tho Columbla Record There aro two k"l stands nt an elevation of 5,000 "No, but I had the use of the iig the ovor dous Iron basin hidden there.. tho Mediterranean and the English with great delight aud linger sides to all political questions tho f,cet- - Eor many years tho summit of all summer." Argonaut. Channel, rtnderlng traffic dangerous each bite. Sometimes there aro low A movement was started to begin Insldo and tho outside. Mount Walalealo, Kaul, has been ac- again tho publication of hclentlflc and purhaps Impossible ln certain growls and almost a battlo und then YOUNG WOMEN ADMITTED countod tho wotttst snot In th o ot tho wettost in tho New York American With ivaioiis. It would probably become the good damo intervenes nwitn, tui " IjAW PRACTICE work in Russia. . TO OHIO Ii .!.. Ill u linlirtiril mus uiuuiub, wmiu paslul to cross from Calais 10 n, phones now being sold on tho Instal- world, but the now record of Puu yourselves!" vnr in wintor across tho ice. ment plan, world peace seems as far Kukul defeats It. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 4. Two young whole architectura ot Parla, "The off as ever, FOR FLETCHER'S were among a class ot fifteen women MUST JtKAI "HIiACK IJKAUTY." t,bnlon, llrussel and other large Hundreds of Union county farmattornoys who wore admitted to prac- f English cities . would . yroueU and Knusus City Star It looks' llko a ers aud their wives aro going to find " Aa a punishment for overworking tlce-- at the fedorul bur in Cincinnati ' Dertle What d'yoir think or tho severe wintor. The furry fringe on out for thomsolvos this winter lust irave to bu changed to suit tho new his horses, Jnmes O'Donald, of Chi- - recently by. Judge John Weld Pack, condHloa und to prevent wholo popu- cago, presldont of a teaming com- - They aro Loralntj B. Cain, who has Smlthsou slrl? our llnon collars and cuffs is hoa- - how much more thoy can tnnko from lations from perishing ot cold. Tho pany was uontenced by Judge Haas ' acted as city solicitor for tho village their poultry flocks by giving their Maud Oh, well or she's rath- vlor than tor several years. Thames vonld becomo uuvlgablo for to road "Hiack Ueauty" and to bo of St. Uornard for some time, and er a nice little thing;, isn't she? tho- - right kind of feed aud good iity a fow months out ot evory year. ijHiaviu times atnny a small boy care, uounty Agent L. C, Rrower says. cat to cat Hertlo Ye-- s, Rcglna H. Clos. but ablo to pass an examination on the The Seine tho samo. what tl'you thluk of her? London Is kopt in after school becauso his uu miuurou twenty-fiv- e of them v story a fow weeks later. -On the Riviera hundreds ot tour-ORGANIZE AGAINST lA'.NCIIINf) Dally Express. father workod his arlthmotic wrong. bavo entered tholr flocks In tho winhotels would become empty ter egg laying project bdlng conductT" "Sunny South" would wrerb"Never been lit Pouwo:cuddyhump An attempt is being made to enDetroit News Tho soviet govern- - ed ovor the stnto by tho oxtonBlon ot tin replaced by tho icy cllmato before, I reckon?" insinuated tho mont has accomplished ono aim; )t division of tho Collego of Agriculture roll 1,000,000 women among the iCreenland. Monto Curio would have " crusaders," who seek, .to landlord ot tho tavern. has perfected the nationalization ot ... ,, For Infants and Children 4h Illarritz areate1 public sentiment against this the cllmuto of Stockholm. "No"' snarled tho traveling sales- - poverty, "Did Jobson's puriha5o In Use For Ovor Includo Years most abhorrent format jjiob violence. man vho hud not taken aa many or-- j ott!cC uciremo. it second Helslngfords. also tho good will of tho business? months out of every During (ho last 33 yearaJ,436 por-'o- do ro as he felt bis importance le- -' "For 8Qe Trades Unionist If Henry Ford "Thoro wasn't any good have ben victims Of lynching In served 'That's tho reason I'm here would need as many cranks to run was a coal dealor Jobson will. It yiv Franco and England woutd bo Signatured bought h vet ng la below zero temperature. tho government as are necessary for out." the bulled Statea, auioug which were now," Kansas City Star, na -V K Alarmed At Prospect Of Gulf Stream Being Diverted. In America a thirsty would bo ablu to Jump Into tho Cocktill Express At tho Pennsylhours vania station and thlrty-sl- x later awake In Havana." Pays concludes by warning Amorl-c- n that such a project will not bo by an outraged Europe. Other newspapers take tho same tone. "Tho commencement of such a probridge,' ject as the Key West-Havasays the Ere Nouvellu, "would be a casus belli and provocation to war." liut ovor New-York- pcr-niltt- od 83 women. Tho organization favors tho Dyer bljl which pro poses to.glvo federal courts Jurisdiction In lynching cases where local The good education of youth has sentiment would prevent fair trial. been esteemed by wise men In nil Tho bill failed to pass congress In ngos ns the surest foundation of tho tho last Besslon owing to opposition happiness both of prlvnto families of Senator Pat Harrison and other and of commonwealths. Benjamin Southerners' who contended it violatantl-lynchi- AMERICAN STATESMEN ON GOOD EDUCATION "Lots for Your Sb&nM Hot Teaajpt You Use mj UraaacSs" PQWBER Frnnklln. ed states rights. E2M$IRJ EI of Housewives Do That's What Millions ..,, 1 I Q can't for that "more for the They know that Good Baking Powder e. I nr waste of time and that Calumet are greater than other n; .tt-ii- rt n.t "..:...." I , ! that spe-jfca- . , t! ' i wz HI LVwJr LS 8. ,, 3. ya one-hor- se 5. uu-tsm- .l. 4.1- - 1 uavi . 4. 1 iimw -- s ( fro-do- -- k d .,,. . u..., : - er - - . two-head- ed V .- l. saxo-!,am- l8 wv" uo-.uio- --- Children Cry CASTO R A ; - CASTORIA 30 antl-lynchl- ns iafi&cii,lL TIE INDUSTRY IS to uso dynamito to take tho kink out of n "solid Jam." While high water is essential In HARD LIFE tho 'mountain creeks for tho smooth thos threo months, from July 1 unOBSERVE AMERICAN til Oct 1, more farmers wero en EDUCATION WEEK rolled in tho movement in Union county than in any other county in Two years ngo Dr. P. P. Claxton, tho country, according to tho report. former Commissioner of Education, Cotinty Agent L. C. Brewer, working instituted tin obsorvanco of the first' in cooperation with tho college exweok in December a3 "Zdncatlon tension division, enrolled 70 farmers Week." Tho American L?glon last In tho drive for hotter livestock. Of the 573 enrollments that were obyear became Interested In the of such a week and took tained thruout tho United. States durtho Intalttvc In 'inviting tho National ing tho three months nnmed 24C Education Association and other or- camo from Kentucky. Up to the present time, Oldham ganizations to cooperate In tho obEducation county is the leading one in Kentucky servance of "American Week." This year tho United States in tho campaign, 11 per cent of tho Ilureau of Education Is cooperating farmers in (hat district, or 120 of with the American Legion and the them, being enrolled. Union counNational Education Association In In- ty Is second, Christian third, Wayne viting every American organization, fourth and Fulton fifth. Other Kenclub, church, school, newspaper, ma- tucky counties In which good work gazine, theater and individual and Is being done in the drlvo to improve bodies of every description to partici- livestock aro Todd, Allen, Barren, on 9, m Husky Swedes Armed Vith Axes Fell Trees For Railroad Use. Thurmopolls, Wyo., Not. 4. Scores of muscular, bronz-face- d "Ho hacks" nro today heading for the Kroat tio camps alone tho Du Nolr Creeks, west of here and Ju.st south of Yellow'stono Park, prepared for a wlntor of Isolation and moro or less hardship In the felling of trees for tho millions of railroad ties that next spring thoy will "drive" down the rapid crock waters Into the Hlg Wind River to tho terminus in Wyo. The annual "tie drive" is a picturesque event, and tho cutting and tnklng to market of railroad lies has become an Industry of tremendous proportions In Wyoming. From October to early Juno the hundreds of "tio hacks," mostly of Scandinavian descent, work in tho below-zer- o wcathur of tho mountain country, felling the lodgcpolo pines and trimming them Into ruilroad ties, Wndc In Chilled Wiiter Then, when the. meeting mountain snows have swelled tho streams to almost froshot pitch, the "tie hacke" work, often walstdeep in cold water, for many weeks "driving" tho ties downstream. Tlu timber Is cut far back In tho mountains, cast of the Continental Divide, and la fashioned into railroad ties during tho Inter winter und early spring. Tho making of Ilea, ia not only laborious work, but calls for a very high degreo of skill with the ax. Tho "tic hack" first fells the treo, making a low stump to avoid waste and trims off tho limbs-witax, scattering the a doublc-bltt- ed limbs over the ground so that they J9 then will rot quickly. Tho log flattened on each side with a broad-a- x and later Is sawed into lengths of eight feet. Then the bark. Is peeled off, and tho tics are piled along road thru tho woods leading down to tho waters of tho creeks. Tho men, In wools n shirts, corduroy trousers' and heavily spiked boots work thru the zero weather of the mountain winter, much of tho time in doop snow, making it necessary frequently to shovol their way to the trees before foiling them. Tho process of hauling them to tho banks of tho creeks Is highly interesting, somo of the "hackB" actually hauling ties on their Improvised sleds, galloping wildly down Bteep embankments ahoad of their loads and In imminent danger of being overtaken and crushed by the haavlly loaded, speeding sleds. "DrUes" In Spring Tho low waters of the creeks during tho wlntor season allow tho ties to bo piled' across tho streams from .bank to bank, and with tho melting of tho snows in the spring everything is In" roadlncsB for the "drlvo" downRiv-erto- n, As soon as tho water is deep enough tho "breaking" crows start with tho pile of tloi farthest downstream; the ceutor piles go out with water a rush due to tho backed-u- p behind thorn, and tho crows continue to work upstream until all tho tics have been started on tho crests of Jourtho creeks for their 100-miney to Rlverton. Jams FlKlit Jams occur constantly in tho course of tho long "drlvo" but men, working in freezing water above their hips, stralghton out tho tangled masses, while- others are stationed at sharp bends in tho creeks and along deep canyons to keep tho long lino of ties' moving to their destination. Occasionally, however, it is necessary le stream. IR HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS rPE TROUBLE PUT PEY OH WIT SOfye F0LKS,wn iEY FINbS OUT DEY KIM 'PEND ON YOU DEY TRIES T yVHOLE WEIGHT You! OwyriiM, 1921 by UcCfun Hwifp 'rrscr' JjwilcaU., movement of tho tie drives, comparatively low and calm waters serve tho ayK3Kftgg33g33Sggg33a same purpose when tho mountains of logs reach Ulg Wind River and great "booms" are formed whero tho creeks convcrgo Into this river and tho "glacier of wood" is held until tho Dig Wind Is a placid stream. iVYvcccccccccccccccscccccJc Rlverton, Wyoming, where tho ties The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has taea nro taken from the water and in use for over thirty years, has borne the signature off shipped by rail to points thruout tho on the wrapper au tnese years' country, experiences an early sumto protect tho coming mer "boom period" when tho hun4ccUA Do not be deceived. ffeneratlons. dreds of "tio hacks" receive their are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-goowinter wages and whllo tho weary Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of hours away until It Is tlmo for the Infants and Children Experience against Experiment lumbering Swedes, In. tholr picturesa to que red and' black checked shirts, to for tho garreturn to tho headwaters nering at millions of moro railroad pate In making tho week, December Carroll, Muhlenburg nnd Nelson. revival of eda real nnllon-wld- e tics. HEADLIGHTS ON HIGHWAYS ucational enthusiasm. Cnstoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, TIM13 TO KICJIIT IMjITKKACY Tho Americanism Commission of Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains highways Systems of Federal-ni- d tho American Legion called upon tho neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its Now Is tho time to fight Illiteracy Commissioner of Education to Invito designated by tho State hlghvay deage is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it fcas Arizona, The President Harding ta Jssuo a Procla- partments of Maryland, by every available means. been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising: fight can bo waged in two directions. mation for tha observance of this Montana, Colorado, New Mexico, therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids First, by a moro rigid enforcement week. Tho President has given as- Wyoming, Idaho and Vermont have the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural slecjj. of our compulsary school attendance surance of his destro and willingness been approved by the Secretary l Agriculture. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. three-fourth- s of to do this. Less than laws. Improved roads In Wyoming have our children of school ago aro actual- ranged with the laws school. The ly nttendlng with the Interdepartment Ad- increased from a total mileage of in 1914 to 6,867 in 1921, accordshould bo mailo moro stringent In visory Committee on Government RaBears the Signature of some Instances, and nil lnws now on dio Broadcasting to usejho Govern- ing to the Bureau of Public Roads of tho statuto hooks should have rigid ment's brondcastlng stations twice a tho United States Department of This will cut off tho day thruout the week for tho promul- Agriculture. enforcement. A total of 33.3 miles of bridges, crop of III '.er&'.c- as they grow up. gation of educational radio material direction of effort In all in connection with tho week's cam- exclusive of small structures, have Tho second roads. been completed on Federal-ai- d communities should be toward the paign. When children and workers In our Illiterates, who eradication of adult of Education Tho Commissioner corn havo passed beyond school nge. Many called upon Will H. Hays, president eastern cities are underfed and The Kind You Have Always Bought cooperating In this of the Motion Picture Producers nnd In Iowa, potatoes In Virginia, and organizations are THE CINTAUD COMPANY. NCW YORK CITY. allowed to rot, work. Chambers of commerce, wo- Distributors of America, to discover fruit in California are something is wrong with the system men's and men's clubs, Industrial to what extent tho motion-pictur- e civic organiza- houses of America would cooperate. of transportation. Highway transport concerns, anil various part jn the tions can unite ia each community Mr. Hays was very generous and en- can play an Important and In- thusiastic and has definitely arrang- solution. to find their adult illiterates Is the Eighteen feet of roadway terest them In attending night school ed for tho working out of a prpgram minimum width recommended by the motion-pictur- e of all posand availing themselves in which the facilities of tho Public Roads of tho Unitsible agencies for learning. Mrs. Cohouses may be used effective- Bureau of Department of Agriculture ra Wilson Stowart eradicated illiter- ly during American Education Week. ed States primary roads acy in one of the most remote counAll governors, mayors, and others for Trunk line highways mean too ties of tho mountains of Kentucky in places of executive authority are of the Nation by getting the adults to go to night expected and Invited to Issue pro- much to the commerce A Question, That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. by snow. This has since been done clamations and otherwise promote to allow thorn to bo closed schools. are now general observance of this great Now is the time to lay plans for In many places. Materials available whereby adults can teach movement In behalf of education. snow removal. The time Is ripe for all Tho newspapers and press generally themselves. -patriotic citizen"; to stimulate adult lave been Invited to issue speclnl edu- SENATOR WATSON IS BE MEMORIALISED TO IlllteratSB la every possible way to cational editions If possible, nnd if learn to read and write. not possible to emphasize eduthis is Atlanta, Ga Nov. 4. As a mem. Largest Morning Circulation cation during these days by editorials to the life of the late United MANY ARE KIMJSU YEARLY special articles, and in such other orial Watson, of Any Kentucky Newspaper States Senator Thomas E. IN INDIA BY WILD ANIMALS ways as they fiud possible. "Sage of Hickory Hill," Thomson, 1 It s:omod wtso, In order that the in this Calcutta, Nov. 4. Wild animals campaign might be concentrated up- Ga.. there will be established Lstate a great college for the education and venomous snakes aro still caus- on phases of education which are of In India. of the sons and daughters oC Georing enormous mortalities outstanding significance, to designate gians who otherwise could not be prestige and reputation. Enjoys a nation-wid- e reports show that during the Latest which topics should given the advantages of a college wore certain days on essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news'- last year In British India thoro as folbo stressed. These days are course. 3,360 persons killed by wild animals. matter first consideration. lows: Sunday, December 3, God and This Is the plan of the Watson Tigers were responsible for 1,454 Country; Monday, December 4, Amerformed at Memorial Association leopards 560; wolves, 5G6; deaths; Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and ican Citizenship; Tuesday, Decem- Macon, Ga recently. bears, 69; elephants 70; hyenas 10. Wednesday, DeA. committee of the former staunch Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. total ber 5, Patriotism; Tho lives lost from snakebite and Teacher; cember C. School Watson supporters representing ev19,396. Thursday December 7, Illiteracy; Fri- ery county in the state is being or: With important legislation coming before Congress -. day, December S, Equality of Oppor- ganized, and this committee will have HABM1TS START and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Com- - ' MICE, AND tunity; and Saturday, December 9, charge of the contributions to the DAMAGING WORK ON TREES Physical Hygiene. al Education and is the daily newspaper you will need. fund be--' memorial Those topics have been selected " uumi-duj,w.., State senator Lexington, Ky., Nov. 4. This is cause they are considered to bo mat head,ng th(J raovement, declared the tlmo of tho year when farmers ters of national Importance nd dolnion Senator Watson By special arrangements wo are now able to offer and orchard owners must bo on guard airnblo thruout the country. It is preferred such a mem- being to keep their fruit trees from suggested that iiicsQ iupius biiuu.u orial as a college rather than somo THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L girdled and ruined by rabbits and from liot preclude tho various States massive piece of granite, marble, or ormice, according to W. W. Maglll, emphasizing those features of edu- a tomb towering abovj his last restchard specialist of tho Collogo of Ag- cation which need to be emphasized ing place. often THE REPUBLICAN Theso rodents riculture. In their respective States, r It at this time damage trees before ownors know prevent cities and BOYS SENT TO KEFORMATORY nor should they ' Both one year, by mall, for oUly $3.70. and In somo cases do moro harm localities from pushing tholr indiFOR CRUELTY TO DOG than insects. Fruit trees In somo vidual needs. This offer applies to renowals as well as new subscriptions, but parts of tho state already have boen urge Denver, Nov. 4. It is seldom that It hardly seems necessary to only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subalmost completely ruined by rab- upon the schools and those responsi- Juvenile Judge Ben Llndsey cannot scriptions may. it desired, start at a latter date, and .renewals will inbits and mice. Gleaning the trash find sufficient mitigating- circumble for tho administration and away from tho trees and dato trora, expiration of present ones. E exand rubbish stances to warrant leniency toward struction In tho schools that It Is then placing tobacco stems, news- pected that all will Join In tho gen- somo member of the numerous youthIf you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Tae papers or woven wlro netting around Louisville Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. eral obsorvanco of promoting educa ful "cauRs" that appear before him, thorn is tho best way to keep trees tion during American Education bUt "turpentining" dogs is no sport Send or bring your orders to this office. from boing damaged by tho rodents. Wee'k to tho utmost extent of their to,bo encouraged in "Young AmeriTho wlro netting probably Is best and abilities. Programs cJn be effec- ca," he believes. For the first time will protect trees for from seven to tively arranged thruout all of our In twenty years on the Juvenile bench eight years at a total cost of about Judge Llndsey last week sentenced .schools which will materially four cents a tree. tho valuo of this general effort. nn entlro group of seven boys to tho addition, Mr. Itussoll's rotation pro- - enough seed should, bo matured' Ut . At the time of presont writing a State Reform school, at Golden, be- vldes for somo growing crop on the turn undor. MOVIES MADE vory largo number of State Superin- cause they covered a stray dog with land all the time, thus leaving no Tho soli on which tho rotation ! WITH "FLOROSCOl'K" tendents and Stato Commissioners of turpentine and then set it on fire. leach. Tho being used comes from tho St. Lonhc baro fields to wash and responded enthusiasTho dog was discovered suffering rotation incjudes corn, or tobacco, limestone formation and Is a rick Los Angolcs, Nov. 4. Motion pic- Education havo obsorvanco excruciating pain, and had to bo shot has tically in endorsing tho followed by wheat with the sweet tyPe when cared for properly. X ture photography thru 'an y Weok and by a State humane officer. application of limestone ,arf accomplished for tho first time of American Education clover sown in the wheat. j "sht been : expressed'opposltlon or inac,u" Phosphate U all that Is Bce4 by means of synchronizing a "movlo" none have Tho sweet clover is pastured oft to The unity of offort and TODD FARMER ROTATES Give legumes, such as sweet cIotst camera and a machine called a 'Horo- difference. CROPS BY GOOD SYSTEM Rnmo extent but for tho most part is n B(art- Interest which has already been disscope.' Tho latter Is employed In mature seed, The matur- allowed to played is but an earnest evidence that deI "" the Klmborloy diamond mlneB to Loxlngton. Ky., Nov. 4. D. N, ed- seod crop ia plowed under., for bids fair to be tho greatest camand another round of . WARNS AGAINST MANNlSirNK tect goms boing carried out ou the this has over T?uccaii n Tmlil rnuiitv farmer, liv corn or tobacco education that persons of workmen, Tho experi- paign for ing in tho southern part of the coun - 'the rotation started After tho first United States. was accomplished by Paul P. boen made in tho Miss A. W, Cunningham, ment "head- ty, is using a system of rotating crops seeding of aweot clover Jn this rotaPerry, of tho American Society of tlon, no mora seedlngs nro necessary mistress of Victoria college, Euslriitf. on his farm that could be used with KENTUCKY NOW FOURTH CInematographers. a seed crop is plowed under onco fears that too much athletics mar rrt IN PUREBRED CAMPAIGN good results by many other farmers as I girls of their appeal to uiea. She each rotation. It Is bollovod the feat will ultiSteof the state, according to R. B. mately becomo a great aid to medispecialist of tho ColMr. Russell this last summer had urges girls- to onjoy outdoor sporks Lexington, Ky., Nov. 4. In three phenson, soils cal science, slnco It is posslblo that past, lege of Agriculturo, who has Just re- ono field of sweet clover which had all they wish but at tho same tltnetu of tho human months during tho summer Just Thojpuard against becoming too insazHi. films may bo made Kentucky wont from fifth to fourth turned from there. Chief anFong the gone one round of the rotation, body functioning In normal life and tho num- good polntB of Mr. Uussoll's rotation clover had camo back from tho ne,ed j "Tho modern elrl'a charm, fcalutMS place among all states in theso projected on tho screen for legume, plowed under and made a dense ' and poise," snys Miss CunHlDgfcjun ber of farmers who have enrolled in is the fact that ho has a research study and Sires-Bettswoot clover, growing on his land at stand In spite of tho fuct that Jt was . "will all bo lost and her dignity "Bettor tho natlou-wld- e when the wheat was cut nndjered If she endeavors to emulate war. Stock" campaign by agreeing to least half of tho time. Almost all ShoT.'m sorry to disappoint you, In all tho fertility from this clover goes in addition had been grazed with cat- - too closely. Woman Is already otv. purebred sires hut tho fact Is, last night I became use nothing but year, this clover, should hlKher nlanaf than man.. and If eIim . of tholr broedlng work, according to tho back (o the land either in the form an- tie. Next engaged to Dick. produce a largo amount of grazing .steps down to a Ipwer level sho villi proproduced by tho grazing manure her) Well, how latest quarterly report on the (knowing Ho received at imals, qr in the form- of tho crop re- Judging from tho growth made dur- forfeit much of tho respect she.iwf about next wck? Boston- JTrans- - ject which ha3 jusst beon uddltlon, enjoys." the College of Agriculture. During mains which are' plowed undor. In ing this last Huwmerf In Children Cry for Fletcher's Srf.A. just d" relieve your baby with Never attempt remedy that you would use for yourselfl What is CASTORIA Inter-dcpartmc- Ad-rang- rd 1,-7- 24 GENUINE i - (SJiU In Use For Over CASTORIA ALWAYS 30 Years n Which Daily Paper? The Courier Journal 'It is, ier-Joum- n s 1 -- - r Ml I ce Y W X-ra- - low-top- ped - cilpt. .( $"be Hartford Republican j, Published Weekly by frARTKOHD rniNTlNG COMTANY Incorporated , W. 8. TINSLRY, Kdltor nnd IlulncAa Malinger. Entered according to law at the Tofltofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall r (sitter of tbo second class. all communications 'The Hartford Republican. Address to insertion. Obituaries. Resolution duA Cards Of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for fteb head line and signautre, money tx advance. Church Notices for services free, word. Anonymous communications receive no attention. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS (Subscribers desiring tbo paper sent new tiddress must give the old Y Iddress In making tbo request. Business Locals and Notices 10c lino, and 8c per lUo toeach al accompanied by Mr. M. M. Tate and niece, Miss Corrlnno Dennis, where Ir. Nelran nnd Miss Kitchens woro married, by Rov. R. E. Fuqua. Thoy loft. Immediately for Evansvllle, Ind., whero thoy will reside. Mrs. Aijnos Tato and son, Thqmas, nnd Mrs. Pannye Scott and daughter, Miss Emma, and son, Duddlc, went to Ow:nsboro Monday, shopping. Mr. O. E. Scott and Mr. C. C. Dennis were in Hartford Monday, on business. Messrs. John Davenport and Jus, lnd., nre tice Leach of Camp furlough in (pending a fourtoen-da- y this community. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry Hedger are tho parents of a little girl baby, born Tuesday. IIss Una Hodger visited her sister, Mrs. Floyd Davenport, of Wysox, Sunday. STRAY STREAKS (By1 I SB Fluke McFluko.) An Indian Princess of tho Northwest; who bobbed htr bnlr and in sisted on wearing no mor6 clothos than her white slstors aro adorned with, has been expelled from her trlbo and mndo to leave her Wo saw a man In town not long ago with rich auburn head Jocks reaching far down toward tho shoulders and tho whole crop consisted of countless curls tho first we've met. er FORD CARS AND TRUCKS FQRDS0N TRACTORS! The recent reduction of $50.00 on cars and trucks, I makes the delivery price on the different models as Touring, regular, $352.26 Touring, D.R $378.26 Touring, starter, . . $425.06 Touring, S. D.R.,. $451.06 Sedan, $661.14 Truck, $430.92 Roadster, regular, $322.10 Roadster, D.R., ..$348.10 Roadster, starter, . $394.90 Roadster, S. D. R., . $420.90 Coupe Chassis $282.44 Wo took a suit of clothes to Bat Nail to be pressod and when ho brought tho things homo there was not a penny in any of tho pockets. ut other advertisements, lc per t TELEPHONE Wo advise all newly married peo ple to strive for a good time right will off tho bat, as ono of them may bo President To Proclnlm Days, nnd poisoned or shot before the year Is Urge Assistance. , out. EDUCATIONAL WEEK NATION WIDE, DEC. 2-- 9 We wish to inform somo of those Washington, Nov. 9. (Capital News Service). Sponsored by the Bureau guys who drift into our 'den to do NOVEMBER 10 of Education, the National Education their broadcasting that we neither FRIDAY, Association and the American Legion own nor operate a receiving set. somebody In a drive to assist educators, and eduEvery now and then President Harding bought himself hopes. The cational means and methods will be dulges in conducted In December from the, sec- a farm about tho tlmo the tobacco latest Is the woman who thinks she s. may get brandy back in fruit cakes. ond to the ninth of the month. Gov- pool looked like a success. ernors of the states and the people in Thursday, November 30, as usual, 15AIJ) KNOB the states' are to be called to action comes on press day. How do they in faor of education by a presidenWe are having a much needed tial proclamation, according to plans expect a fellow to get out a country made public by the Hon. J. J. Tlgeft, newspaper on thanksgiving day and ralb at this writing. Each even appear thankful? If there is Misses Goltllo and Zelma White Commissioner of Education. gave a Hallowe'en, party Tuesday day of the campaign is to be dedicat- any day In which a person connected ed to some one particular education-- , with tho isual of a country weekly night. and given to saying is al work. Mrs. Ona Cook Is ill. ugly .things Its on press day. One of the results hoped for from 33 1-- 3, Mm, C. W. Wallace and daughter, inRuth, of Beaver Dam, and Mr. A. A. tho drive Is an increased public con8, caught and brought a A Rovenuer 6,-Sandcfur and Mrs. Ella-- Taylor were sciousness of the need of more mon 10 12 guests or Mr. E. P. Sandefur Sun--da- y. ey spent on the- - schools. Speaking "Shiner" to town a. few dajs ago of this, Dr. Frank Ballou, Superin- and neither of them got hot or shot Mr. and Mrs. Norval Leach and tendent of Schools' in the Nation's at.' Who said tho world was not getting b'etter? ; ,, baby, Delias, visited relatives In Bea-T- er Capital says: resources provid"The financial Dam Sunday. If some of these streaks have an Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Haven went ed for public education are not to do more-- than maintain the aged appearanco its no fault of ours, to Hartford Tuesday. Misses Ova and Nova Leach were educational standards existing before is'wo are streaking them before leavguests qf Miss Bessie Leach Satur- tho war. Tho war revealed educa ing for a few days visit with relatives tional conditions which demand la.rg- - in Georgia. day night. There will be singing at the lo- er appropriations for public educaAnd if there is anything horeln tion. There is a real danger that cal church Saturday night. Nute Havens and tbo financial burdens of the War are that does not sound or look like a Mr. tand Mrs. BOTH PHONES. BOTH PHONES, children visited relatives in Crom- - likely to be visited upon the public real streak you may know that the pernow Iri our schools thru reduced edu- Devil or somo other designing well Sunday. son is counterfeiting. cational opportunities for them. . Federal census sbojved "The last rOSTOFFICE IS 830 I. b. Claire did not show up last . . .. . MILES , FROM TOLE there were 4.931,905 Illiterates in the l. i, luo-r- eo one oi me -Dig they aro to servo their convenience ...h tUnited State's- - ''Of these3,084,748 week and' if he falls this week he's a GROWERS TO SELECT delivery points, thoy will get a. f .. .J of haulln th.i.. DELEGATES FOR POOL Ottawa, Ont., Nov. 7. As the re- were native oorn. inesp ngures are flre'd person, or else we are going to a cases, many miles farther, who, to ''tflaca him on the enteritis, list, with Z price." Mr. sult of' recent voyages of explora- not so much an evidence of failure "This such long hauls Is unncccsinry tion in the north, Canada now claims do well what the school system un- the Indorsement thereon. "Time not a mistaken idea. One of the prl- - ery grower can deoend n m. out," which would bo worse Hopklnsville, Ky., Nov. 6. The mary objects of tho Burley Tobacco tbo most northerly postofflce In the dertook to do, but rather failure to. served tobacco properly graded, wherever make, the educational system as com than plain fired. an over tne, Growers' world Craig Harbor on Ellsmere conventions to ue Association it Is delivered." Island, only 850 miles from the Pole. prehensive as it ought to be." dark tobacco district Wednesday to was to see that every tobacco growA ceilaln professor in the ljfSl nominate men for 'he places as dele- north-lan- d Another new postofflce In the er gets tho samo price for tho same I'UllLIC BALK High School whoso middle namo is gates will bo the first step in the. kind DON'T SHOOT. Is at Ponds Inlet, on Baffin of tobacco, wherever delivered "Hard Luck" started recently to see election of officers for tho Dark To- - Our graders grading Island. Both wera established by at the smaller On Saturday, Nov. 11, 1922, Don't hunt off your own ' land trie Alma Mater defend ber laurels bacco Growers' at lfr . ,... Assocla- -' uuu.uij mint. ...... tho Canadian explorer, Captain Derfiniivurv iTjiuia against her enemy. Said professor Hon, Notice of tho conventions has great ability are men or lust ami a. m. at my farm near M"cHenry, I nier, 'during the latest tour of his without license. and as high character will sell to tho highest and best bidDon't shoot without this j ear's got as far as Louisville, but for been given by mall, circulars and ad- -, as the men working schooner, tho Arctic. at tho larger der tho following praporty: 2 reason or other missed his vertibemento. soriio milch An inspector and six men of the hunting license. A dolcgato will bo .points in the district, cows, 5 head of young cr.ttlo, . He then met up elected for each 1,200 ceres, of to- Don't shoot doves before Septem- tTain to Royal Canadian Mounted Police are "Wo hope that growers will dcliv-bacc- o Poland China Boar, Bindwith an old College friend who Inpledged in that district to thq er their tobacco to tho delivery point at Craig Harbor, where they have es- ber 1st, nor after December 15th er. Mower, Hay Rake, Wheat Drill, Don't kill more than fifteen doves vited him to drive over with him, association, but at least ono and a nearest tablished a post, whilo four repretheir homes and thus put Disc Harrow, Wagon. in his car. When said professor and half tlmea as mnny delegates will bo to uso the-- receiving Plows etc. sentatives of the famous police, corps in ono day. plants located as 9t2p J! Its. MATTIB SMITH quail beforo November his friend reached the place where nominated Wednesday as aro to bo Don't shoot represent law and order at Ponds said friend kept his car they found olected. Inlet. Sergeant Joy, of the "Moun-ties- ," 15th, nor after January 1st. Don't kill morothaiwtwelvo quail that some other member of tho famhas been in tbo district a year The county chairman will presido ily had already taken tho car. So over tho conventions. On November , in one day. , investigating an Eskimo murder. Don't shoot squirrel beforo July said professor had to remain in 17, tho elections will be. held at Tho Bernler expedition was sent Louisville, and miss the great foot- which these delegates will be finally 1st, nor after December 15th. for tho purposs of taking the first Don't kill woodcock beforo Novem-ba- r ball game. I should say his name chosen. In turn, these will met at steps In an extenelvo program calcuis "Hard Luck." 15th nor after January 1st. appointed places In tho district on lated to maintain efficiently Canada's o Don't kill more than six wood sovereignty In tho vast northern reNovember 18 and elect ono man who gion, known to bo rich in mineral cock in ono day. will bo a member of tho permanent NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS Don't kill wild turkey, imported deposits. The vessel carried materboard of directors. Today,, Joseph ials for the construction of houses pheasants or Hungarian partr(dges To avoid penalty pay your taxes Passonncau, organisation director, sent out final instructions for the and provisions for tho maintenance-o- before November 15th, 1924. at once, vfc II Don't shoot, buy or sell rabbits posts1. holding of these nominating convenG. A. RALPH, ' beforo November 15th nor after Sheriff Ohio County. 'According to a statement issued by 20t4 tions and calling attention to tho importance of every momber taking a , the Canadian Dapartment of the In- January 1st. Don't snaro rabbits at any tlmo. personal Interest and helping to seterior, it is the intention of the govHARNETT'S CREEK Don't hunt, pursue, chase, catch, ernment to establish additional posts lect the delegates in order to get tho year by year, and to continue scien- kill, Injure or molest any deor" beforo Mr, and Mrs. Buddie- Crowe spent very best men possible. tific nnd explanatory work. A patrol November 15, 1925. Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. wild) Don't kill any wljd duck, ship will visit the new northern posts Clcoro Wade. 75,000 SIGN annually, taking in supplies and mall geese or Jacksnlpo before September Mrs. Salllo Hoover and daughter f i to the men lo(t there. A represonta-tlv- a 15th, nor after January 1st. BURLEY POOL I have moved to Owensboro, wbero Don't set steel traps boforo No- tbey of tbo Air Board accompanied will spend tbo winter. tbo expedition and will report on the vember 15th nor aftor January 1st. Lexington, Ky Nov. Mrs. &fs Hoover, who has been ill 7. Wlh bearing animals In Don't have fur possibilities' of aviation in the north hiiiidrods of contracts coming to tho with pneumonia, is Improving. with particular referenco to patrols your possession boforo October 1st Mrs. dloah Wado returned Sun- field servico division of the Burley nor aftor February 16th and explanatory and .survey work. As day after spending three weeks with Tobacco Growers' Don't kill any wood duck, eidor sociation today, Chief Collins said be her son, Oscar Wado, at Hartford. COOL SPRINGS duck, or Bwan at any time. A successful revival mooting was had no doubt that the goal of 75,000 Don't kill, trap, nor have In your brought to a closo at Mt. "Morlah, members had been reached In the Mrs. Ida Brpwn, of McIIenry, was possession at any time1 any song or Sunday. There wero six additions drlvo which closed Monday" at midtbo guest of friends and relatives hero Insectivorous birds. night. It will bo several days, how-ove- r, to tho church. last week., Don't wait until November 15th to Mr. Collins said, before the ac Mr. and Mrs. Alonzo Hoover woro Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Tate were the buy your hunter's llcenso. tual number of additions to tbo iriHuiord Saturday. guests of Mr, and Mrs. Dick Stewart, Do It Now. ' is known. . of Pond Run, Sunday. Don't kill all tho quail In a covey With the closing of tho books at "What makes you order ico cream Miss Anna. Held of Little Bond, loavo somo for seed cobrse and soup for tho midnight, the next top Is the preDon't forget to food the birds dur- for the first and Corlnne. Dennis were guests of THE WOMAN WHO OWNS A paration to receive crops of those last?" MONARCH Miss Ode Hollo Herrel, of Shultss-tow- n ing tho winter. ' "Well, my stomach Is upset, so I who have signed tho contract. Dlrec- MALLEABLE RANGE Saturday night and Sunday. Don't fail to notify your' local I , iu, ui xuiuuuuoca iiuujii ju. uaruer, . eat the moal backwards." Mr. Oliver Brown, who has been Warden or this Department of thoso I : said today that some growers 1 had 7rU V,V,cliL,u:e COOKing OP bakinrr eorlously ill, is better at this writ- who Uolate tbo law. A woman boarded a street car and been laboring the mistaken MONARCH "STAYS SATISFACTORY ing. an A fellow who hunts without a as sho got on she-- said to tho motor-ma- n Impression that they would have to Service. Miss Emma Scott was the giust of license Is a cheater see that ho "Do you stop at the Hotel Alias Thelma Dennis Saturday night obeys tho law. "Clark!" will in a Mon- R. S. TUTTLB, Esecutlvo Agent, and Sunday. ,s a'mistakenjdea, "No, ma'am" he replied, "I'm ft be .Mr. Ivan Nelson and Miss Audra Came and, FJsh 'Commission, Frank- with my wife and chil- Ju.radluThat UCitc'hens weut to Hartford Monday, fort, Kintucky. growers 'V dren In Ansonla." "Many ' think that by Farmers Mutual. . 59 t .$593.54 Tractor $431.00. Buy on the time payment plan and pay as you ride. 40 or 50 per cent down, the balance in monthly stallments in or months. You can see any of the above models at our garage.in Beaver Dam. suf-llclc- nt Beaver Dam Auto Co. tSJAVtJt DAM, KY. -- HgsaaHnBiaHnHj hnl', ' ..'' . , ... .. !. ai. "..' """"Vf' n-i- a Thoroughbred -- u v I . r udr SrotTg" P?e:ttS'avchPuYoS . m vo I t dShiiiltfor beCd Wlnvert - . ACTON BROS., Hartford,, Ky. A) ' Ain w W.lljur Rhoads, city, was In If In need of a wagon you can LouUvillo Saturday and Sundry. mnko no nilstako by purchasing the famous OWENSBORO. We have Vr McDowell A. Fotile, ilty, '.Was thorn. ACTON BROS. hi LtiirJ'Ailfirsoveraf days lust wsek. 20t2 Hartford, Ky. Mr ' 3 ARE YOU INTERESTED? If you are interested in a New Fall Cloak or Coat Suit, you should see the greatest line now on dis play in our Ready-tp-wear Department. Garments are all absolutely new, and prices guaranteed to be the very lowest to be found anywhere, workmanship and quality considered. Ml 1 The ladles Aid Society of tho Apples, Oraiigc3, arancfrult, nnd Cranborrlos at WILLIAMS & Methodist Church, Hartford, held a Jp. TAYLUH, , lStr very Interesting session with Mre. A. K. Anderson, at hor homo on Clay Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk nnd Airs. Street, Tuesday aftprnoon. L. T. Kllcy, cky, motored to Owqns-bor- o We are now wanting Thanksgiving Tuesday. turkeys. Wo buy eggs nnd poultry ovcry day In the year. Highest cash Go to M. T. LIKENS to get your prices' paid. RED GOOSE SHOES. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. They are tho best made. I5tf ' Hartford, Ky. 2014 er r . t terest. Money (o Loan Low rate of InNo commission. CLARENCE BARTLETT. Att'y. at Law, Hartford. For Sale I have tho leading varieties of both early and lato apple trees for sale. Price 20 to 30cts. Extra good Concord grnpo vines 10 and Priced $7.50, $10.00 $15.00. $20.00 to $50.00 1 : lCcts. R. 'E. BARRETT, Beaver Mr. and Mrs. J. H. D. Carson, Mr. Dam, Route 1. and Mrs. John Bean, Mrs. Helen Iglehart and Mr. H. D. Estcs, city, Misses Emllie Pendleton and motored to Owcnsboro Tuesday. Loulso Frost, Messrs. Bill Finch and Folloy, of Centrnl City, motored Mr. nnd Mrs. B. W. Stewart, of to Hartford Sunday aft.rnoon, where wero guests Cromwell, of their they were guests of Miss. Pendleton's daughter, Mrs. 11. E. Duke, and Mr. father, Dr. E. B. Pendleton, and Mrs. Duke, city, Sunday and Monday. Pendleton. Owens-borMr. and Mrs. It. T. Hoover returnspending tho present weok ed home Wednesday night, from r aunt Cloveland, Tenn., where they had In Hartford, as fho guest of Mrs. G. A. Ralph, and Sheriff Ralph. been for the past ten days in attendance of tho Annual Assembly of the Dr. and Mrs. A. S. Pottle, of Hlck- - Church of God, which was In session man, will arrive In this city Monday, In that city. to spend a week as the guests of their daughter, Mrs. O. T. Burns and Mr. Mrs. T. L. Griffin entertained tho Burns. Woman's Club at her home last Saturday afternoon. A very Interesting FOR. SALE 40 acre farm.good program was rendored, tho afternoon land, plenty fruit, water; good build- being devoted to tho Brownings. Miss Crossing. ings. On L. & N. near I. C. Lettye Marks will entertain tho Club Price right, seovR. C. DUFF, Beaver at her home tomorrow ' afternoon. 13t3p Dam, Ky. o, 1 h-- MmmK ?' vr WW,"' ' MIsj llnrilctt Lanham, or I if Pi ' The best makers kni tit, the best informed people weal it, the best stores sell it. All customers who have once tried Muncing Wear with one accord say: 1 fort and economy in underwear. a combination of quality, com- J&jlk "Give me 111 the Munsing NEW MILLINERY mil A '' LI aiu3 rSSsk, iESS-J'.Y?- v Every week adds to our V Ua. JVbE stP " ESi Jt $& ",( r ?f. J : IV Millinery Department the very newest that designers bring out.- - If interested, don't make your purchase until you see our big stock. X 'WBfc" STVLB Munjimo 7i tiS Vf'Y Union ,, Suit every Time." 1 I 11 STYLE 81 The Price depends on the quality. We carry all qualities, therefore prices vary. 2&Zi&G i The Hartford Republican! rim)AVf All-Wo- ol Jlr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns, city, spent from Friday or last week, un3, are the parents Hartford, Route til Monday, in Owensboro, as guests of a fine baby girl, born, Oct. 4th. of Mr. Burns' father, Mr. S. T. Burns christened, The little., lady, has been and Mrs. Burns. They were accomIna Waltrude. panied home by Mr. Burns' brother, Mr. Robert Burns, who remained AGENTS WANTED To travel and tli el r guest until yesterday. write Insurance for tho North Amer nnd Insurance Co. See ican Accident DON'T FORGET That James A. ESTILL BARTLETT. . Tate's Restaurant is at all times C. Hartford Route 19t2p. headquarters for Whitman's Candles, Fresh Fruit of all kinds, Fresh OysRev. Enoch Bennett, and son, Eu- ters, Coldi Drinks and everything in gene, of Owensboro, motored to this the confectionery line usually handthey city', Friday of last week, whers led by a first class restuarant. Reguwere- - guests of Rev. Bennett's mothlar Meals, Quick Lunch. Take a meal er, Mrs. J, S. Leisure. with us, you'll come again. 1812 Mr. and Mrs. Orvlllc D. Tichenor, lit I 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, inVI V7 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.V xpvrontEii EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS 5cts. SMOKE At The Best Stands. Mr. and Mrs. Nead Langley, Mr. - 5Ir. Frank L. Felix went to Greenand Mrs. Bul Parker; and daughter, ville Saturday, where, he Joined Mrsr. fMiss MarJorYe, of Drakesboro, were 10 W, P. Goff, of Route. 1, McIIenry, guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Carson, Fellxv who had been a guest of her brother, Mr. W. G. Duncan, and pth-was in Hartford, Monday. city, Saturday night and: Sunday. relatives, since the previous Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs, Felix will alMrs. J. I. Goodman, city, is Ir. and Mrs. Malcom Plrtle, of so visit their son, Major Douglas D, relatives in Owensboro. Owensboro, motored to this cty Fri- Felix, in Washington, D. C, before day afternoon of last week, where Bring us your eggs. Top prices they were guests of Mr. Pirtle'e returning to their home in Miami, Fla. paid. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. lStf brother, Wayne Plrtle and family. UUlfeUJU Ul Mon- - suitj at A l4llEjr&. er .kftViltl! Thirty-thre- e saVed on everp dollar-that- cents re-oli-ze PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS 4 Raisins, Dates and Currents at lStf WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr. E. G. Barrass, city, has been appointed appraiser for tho Federal Land Bank, of Louisville, Ky. Soo ACTON BROS., for your coal heater. '2t2 In J. H. Miles, of Paradise, was Hartford Monday. Mr. C. H. Heavrln, of tho law firm of Heavrln & Heavrln, city, was In LiixiiijMn a fow days, last week. Wo will have a car of salt in a Lot For Snlo In old Fair Grounds. few days. See us for salt. Get our 18t4p Apply at this office & prices. W. E. ELLIS ' BRO. , Hartford, Ky. Jean Paxton, tho llttlo daughter of 20tt Taylor, city, Mr. and Mrs. J. Rosa Dr. J. R, 'Plrtle, city, will go to has pneumonia. Lexington, Monday, to attend tho ' Mlssea Hettye and Ruth Riley, of funeral of his nephew, James' E. Jr. Owonsboro, wero guests of relatives In Hartford Sunday. Mrs. Louis Fulkerson and little Dupey, of. Rockport, sous, Hugh Milton and James Lester Mrs. Cozey week-en- d with relaia a guest of hor aunt, Mrs. R. II. clty,spent tho tives at Kronos. city. Gillespie and family, Prr-tl- c, Woven, wire, barbed wire and & try and rabbit fencing at W. E. ELLIS . Mrs. J. II. Kuykendoll, of Center-tow- n, who has boen dangerously lit 20t4 of an unction of tho stoiaach, is BRO. pouliuiprovluuMj'pwlyj, Miss Myrtio Maddox, city, was tho Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Maddox, Beaver Dam, Sunday. llttlo daughter Ruby Gordon, city, wero guests, of Mrs. Rebecca Sharp, Mrs. J S? elsu re',, city' spenf from Magan, Saturday. Sunday until Tuesday of Ja3t week Removed Metal Roofing for sale. In, Owens'boro, the guest of relatives. Two grades, $1.00 and $1.50 per r .' Candled Citron, Orange, peel and squnro, ;t Equity Factory, Hartford, 10t3p Lemon ptej for tbo Xmas Cake, t Seo FOSTER. BENNETT. 18tf & TAYLOR. WILLIAMS Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Rowan, ot pay you the highest cash Llvermore, wero guests ot Mrs. Wo will Rowan's brother, Mr. Foster Bennett price 'for rabbits after Nov. 15th. " and Mra Bennett, city, Sunday. ELLIS & BRO. Wr B , Hartford, Ky. 20t4 Mr. Estill Park of Central City, . .. ' Isaac Foster, city, spent Sun- spent from Tuesday until yos terday Mrs. guest of his sister, day at tho bedside of her sister, Mrs. in this' city, the Crowder, Central City, who ia Mrs. J. B. Tnppan and Dr. Tnppnu. 'c. G. ' "W f 4 Porter's Pain. King, tho Standard i m'mIss Alma Baughn, of the Concord Linlmenli ,fpr over CO years. For all community, vpout'Suuday lu'thl city ache and' pains. For sale' by drug'and' 'merchants everywhere. as. tho guest of Miss Ernestyna gists 18t3p Price $1.00. K uaiyu. . 111.. , is.,-3- Mr. and Mrs. C. E. King and childMrs. Cornelia Tatura, city, has ren, Billle and Charles Thomas, who been tho guest of her son, Mr. Tom for the past two years have been reTatum, and Mrs. Tatum, and other siding In Wilmington, N. C, arrived r latlves and friends of tho Bethel In Hartford Monday afternoon o community, for the past several days. visit Mr. King's mother, Mrs. John T. King. They will start for LouisMr, Und Mrs. W. S. Tinsley, city, ville Sunday to find a FUEL SAVING SYSTEM location for loft last Saturday for Atlanta, Ga., tho future. The. entire trip is being combustion concert all the gases into of to bo the guests of their son, R, W. made by auto. heat allovJing no waste up the chimney. Tinsley and Mrs. Tinsley. They will Cole's Hot Blast makes ybur probably return tomorrow or FOR SALE coal pile last. Second-han20 in. Meal Buhr and belt Corn Slioller. These- maLet us explain how. R. Wydlck, of chines aro as good as new, only in Mrs. William Earllngtou, arrived In this city. Sun- use ono year. day night, to visit her parents, Mr. 20U W. E. ELLIS & BRO. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, and other . relatives. She returned homo yes DEALERS FARM LOANS terday. When you need ay loan you want Mr. Gocbel Shultz, city, was in it promptly. I am in position to Owensboro last Saturday. He was loan, you monoy at a low rate ot inaccompanied homo by Miss Xouatt terest on farm lands. 16t4 condition has been critical for some Mrs. Parks formerly lived at Shlloh, in Grayson county. Rhoads, who remained a guest of M. T. PARKS, Hartford. time. .Miss Audra Halle has returned to A man who had been placed Jx friends In Hartford until Suuday her homo at Fordsvllle, after spend tho local holdover on some minor BEAVER DAM ing eoyeral days in the city as the charge, mado his getaway by tarring Fred Baizo, who recently purchas- guest of friends. down tho door sometime. Friday Mr. and Mrs. Elder Dodson and Mrs. Halite McDaniel and sop Lee night. little son of Central City, arrived In ed tho storo of Sandcfur & Hall at Liberty Road has been nicely Hartford Friday atternbon ot last 222 North Main Street, bashad the McDanlol, the latter of Pittsburg, Pa., week, to be the guests ot Mrs. Dod-son- 's place wired and much genoral im- are at Logansport, visiting Mrs. Kradod from HUlcrest street some daughter, Mrs. T. D. Oraves. dlstunce out which makes tho roa5 aunt, Mrs. Jno. T. King, for a provement work done. Mr. Oldbim, a former resident ot Mr. J. W. Hall Report? that ho will broad and a material Improvement few days. Beaver Dam but mora recently a engage in grocery business at the for tho approaching winter. Mr. George pebrular, wife Mrs. W. d. Blankenshlp, city, nnd flour drummer out of Ellzabethtown, brick building on First streot, hav-- J her guest, Llttlo Miss Nancy Everett was seen on the streets of the city lng purchased the. business of Mr. son, George Vprnon Debruler, T Dick Taylor, at present occupying tho Hartford, wero gwots ot Mr. as McCracken, left Tuesday for Herrln, again recently. Word has been received hero of place. Mrs. J. F. Allen, at tho Allen- - bcm, Illinois, where they will visit Mrs, Tbo Dixie Realty company, of Eli- - on North Main and Third street, Sn- Blankenshlp's slsler, Mrs. Noblq Tay th a death pt Mary Christian, wife of .Charlie Christian of tho Canet Run zabethtown,Ky., wero engaged to sell day. lor, for a few days. country, in the upper part ot tbo at auction, tho old church building Qarlton Allen of McIIenry, was ia Mrs. Clara GIbbs, and llttlo son, county, whore tho burial occurred and a parcel of ground- owned by Beaver Dam Saturday. Roy, Jackson Alton' has boea cs- J. T ot Lewlsburg, and Miss Anna Friday. She was a much beloved the Board ot Trustees ot Beaver Dam Wolls, ot Loulsvillo, spent from Fri- lady and enjoyed their friendship and Baptlst church, nnd on the same gaged recently In ovangollstle Nov. 9, a number of town lots In , vices at Forsvlilo and Echols. Me. day until Sunday, In Hartford, as acquaintance of a large clrclo of had attained perhaps to the territory lying between W st I Allen has been licensed as an evAngo-Tblguests of Mrs. Glbbs' and Miss Wells' friends, and Avonuo to West Sixth Avenue, ' list by tho Church ot God, at Clew-an- d brothor, llr. J. B. Wells and Mrs. her elgbtioth year. Carl Ferguson, wlfo and baby D. South Main and beyond South land, Tenn. t Wells. O., of Greenville, arrived Friday and Lafayette atreat, which has beon Wilbert HaH" nd his guest, G.TL Stnglo Comb R. I. Reds, rich dark Mr. Perguson has a position at tho styled "Dixie Addition" to Beaver Debruler motored to Liberty Sunday-DaA total of forty-nin- e lots aro j Mr. W. E. Hallo ot Olaton, red Mahood strain, Feb. and March I. C. depot. They occupy an apartIn the plots on sale. been appointed Overseer ot Kentuckr cockerels $3 'each, 2 for (5. Pullets ment at 209 N. Main street. Mrs. Mason was brought back Sat.Mr. and Mrs. J. F, Allen and and Tonnessoo by tho Church ot Qoi and hens $1.50 and $2.50, oach. urday, after spending two weoks in daughter, MIbs Eva Allen, haje re-t- in Alabama, and will leave, for tne Cheaper by the doi. ' ' a Louisville hospital, undergoing an turned from Bowling Oreen, after a south to take up headquarters e MRS. VANDER ALLEN, operation for. inward cancer. , Her visit wth. Mrs. Sarah Ann Parks. ' new work tho 1st ot tho year Box 26, McIIenry, Ky. ht mighty good interest on your fuel money". You can this remarkable nnd more with o Colo's Hot Dlast Heater in your home. Cole's patented Air-Tigconstruction and 's pOLE'C d, J. F. CASEBIER & SON Beaver Dam, Ky. aw-da- to, rd ' ' d p 4 . JL I $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper and tho utilization of or wlloVdyo material, such as walnut, pokeborry, sumac, and many others, to cnablo them to get uniform colors. Many of these farm women nro producing beautiful baskets intulo of homo-grow- n The Hartford Republican -- AND- vines, coral berry runners, long-lea- f plno needles, sweet grass, split oak and willow, using only materials which grow nbundantly In tholr locality. Basketry work Is taught In short courses In many of the agricultural colleges. It Is carried 6n by farm women chiefly In Arkansas, Mlssiss'ppl, Florida, Georgia, and Alabama, with the encouragement nnd assistance of extension agents. wild honeysuckle The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest Wide Spread of Corn Borer In Pour New Knglnnd'Htntco and best papers in the South and we hope to receive Fourteen townships in the Merrimany new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. mack Valley of New Hampshire were after. j seventy-fiv- e One grower of the Immune variety cents cash for both papers. Send in newly Invaded this year by the Eu T ropean corn borsr, which has been a reports yields of from 40 to GO tone your subscription now. Don't delay. destructive pest for tho last five an acre, with a sucrose content of 16 years along the Atlantic coast of the to 17 psr cent. Another planter says New England States. Reports of the he eold 2 acres of this variety for field representatives of the Bureau seed, receiving $G00 for the standing of Entomology of tho United States cane. ily produced by following a few sim-. hlt. ple rules has been Issued by the Dai- Slsjware Department of Agriculture Indicate I m i Bettor Price for Reactors. ry Division of tho United States DeJ that Nashua, Hudson, Bedford, ConM5i k"a" ! mta.4 ii A check on tho reacting cattle sold partment of Agriculture. cord, Merrimack, Manchester, Hook- To pro-du- lubaaiS ?l A metropolitan daily paper that contains a commilk chnu enough to meet all sett, Litchfield, Londonderry, Canter- on tho Buffalo market shows that the plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. bury, Uoscnwen, Franklin, Bow and efforts of tho Packers and Stockyards tho requirements of city inspection is State news from correspondents in all parts of KenHill are affected. The corn borer is Administration and tho Bureau of chiefly a matter of carefulness, and tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news Succeed when everything elw fail, also established In Massachusetts as Animal Industry of the United Stntes tho methods nro not difficult to unIn nsrvoo prostration and itroftle of Louisville and suburbs. Society Financial, Marfar west as Lancaster, Clinton, Department of Agriculture have been derstand or especially hard to carry .vcaVr.csse they aro the euprtinr ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliasecuring better treatment for per- out for anyono Who has the Inclina Shrewsbury, and Worchcster. Its remedy, ta thousands have twined. new area extends Into Maine as far sons who have cattle of this ojass tion., ble authorities on these special subjects. FOR KIDNCY, LIVER AND up tho coast .19 Saco, and through to sell. Records from Juno 1 to . Tho leaflet consists of four pag?s: STOMACH TROUBLE Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with Is the beu medieuw eer tolO three townships of Rhodo Island near September 23 show that on a total of (I) Clean, healthy cows, (2) sterilia daily newspaper that interests every member of over a druggtr'a counter. head of tuberculous cattlo the zation of milk utensils, (3) uso small Providence. the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you On October 10 the commissioner of gross price paid was $22.17, less ex- top milking palls, and (4) cool milk want in addition to your local paper. agriculture of Massachusetts, A. W. penses of $3.S4, making a net price promptly. Each subject is illustratGilbert, conducted a party of Stnte of ?1S.33 per head. In tho past, ed, and references nre given to bulyou also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to legislators and entomol- records had been kept on 4,500 head letins which explain It further, "Keop and Fed-ra- l your remittance. ogists over tho most heavily infest- and the average price paid was only milk clean, covered, cold," is the coned area with tho Idea of securing ad $14.50. Few buyers are now taking cluding advice. Order your subscription through ditional funds for the purpose of advantage of the farmer who Is, try.. THE REPUBLICAN, combating tha corn borer in these ing to clean up his herd. Many of heavily lnfc3ted weed and garden dls- - them find that they can afford to pa Hartford, Ky. .. , v . At the present time available as much for reactors that arc not FOR PERSnNAT. uvr.nuv !tricts. are insufficient to" stop the condemned as unfit for food as tho Ohio County Dif solved In water for douches ctop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and ir.flam. can psy for untested cattlo of the further spread of this pest, which atmation, Recommended by Lydia E. tacks truck crops as well as corn, same kind and quality. Finahnm Med. Co. for len ye.ra. CIHCU1T COURT ;uid Is even destroying the beautiful A healing wonder for nawil catarrh, oro throat and iariri .-i F fall New England flowers, such as Great Bond Bcwlopmont In Wyoming Meets first Monday In March, May H.. itreWy tlas. and fn'. dahlias and asters. Monday In September During Seu'ti Years. and July; third n .Toads of Some Use In CuibluR Ccr- - the United States Department of V.-- A TK.PV.TV.cr"'? SJFttL1) Tho last seven years have been a and fourth Monday in Novomber: riculturo Is being established In con- Pests. George S. Wilson, Owensboro. Washington Women Install Many La- period of great road development In udgc Toads have been reputed to aid In ( nectlon with the hurricano-warnln- g tho state of Wyoming, according ti Coni'th. Attorney Glover II. Cary, .curbing the numbers of Injurious In- - work. Particularly during the early bor Saving Devices. Calhoun. figures collected by the Bureau oi pests. To as- - part of the hurricane season reports sects and other similar A total of 463 home conveniences Br certain the facts in the case thu Bio- - from tho West Indies are essential was purchased by members of test- Public Koads of tho United State: Clerk Frank Black. B. II. Ellis in giving advanco information of the ing circjes recently conducted among Department of Agriculture. Fron: Master Commissioner logical Survey of the United States Department of Agriculture has ana- - origin' and progress of tho storms, rural women In the State of Washing 1914 to 1921 the total road mileage Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor COUNTY COURT lyzed the contents of the stomachs of The Bahamas He in the path 'of many ton, under the supervision of the ex- increased from 14,797 to 46.52S C 502 common toads, and reports that of tho hurricanes originating in the tension workers of the United States miles. This Is In strong contrast Convenes first Monday in each while the findinga regarding the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Department of Agriculture. A test- to the majority of States, which have month: progress In road improve choice of food aro of interest they Sea. ing circle is usually a grolp of about made great 6 Judge R. R. Wedding. V A meterologlst from tho Weather six women In a community who try ment, but without nny appreciable tans far fail to demonstrate that County At'y. Otto C Martin. toads are of great economic import- Bureau has been sent to Nassu and out one articlo at a time in their change in total mileage. Clerk Ony ltanncy. period the During tho seven-yeance. Toads go constantly about to Inaugua, in tho Bahamas, to fur- homes, and then pass it on in exSheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: their own work of gaining a liveli- ther the necessary cooperation, In- change for another piece of desirable mileage of Improved road has IncreasMack Cook, Iris Render, Goorgc L Ph:1J hood, and so undoubtedly fill their stall equipment, and arrange for cfrcles were ed from 1,724 miles to C.867 miles. P. Jones. Testing equipment. jlim ' Tho mlleago of road is classified as proper place in nature. They are ovJailer Nat Hudson. formed In rural communities all A Safe Old FasLioned follows: never very numerous in one locality, er the State. QUARTERLY COUKT adopt Miles Kenedy for Worm however, and as they can not Exports of corn front the United labor-savin- g As a result of trying out 39,373 Convenes first Monday In each month Unimproved Serentj. five rear conttn. ho methods of birds and traverse States during the calendar year 1922 devices in tholr homes, 105 com6,715 uoutuie is tho beit wido stretches of land to aid in promise to exceed those of any year women bought pressure cookers for Graded and drained FJSOAIj COURT FREY'S VEM1FUCI 413 bating abnormal local Increases of since 1900, when the exports reach- canning and cooking, 96 bought tire Gravel, chert, shale can offer you. so . 27 Convenes Tuesday after first Mon crop and garden pests their influence ed 190,386,489 bushels, according to less cookers, 75 bought dish drain- Hard surfaced Keep bottle always on hmn d. It w ill help keep first Tuesday In In the State there Is a total of 613 day in January; ie not strongly felt. The Investiga- the U. S. Department of Agriculture. ers, 70 selected utility tables, CO ine utue ooea healthy April and Octobor, R. R. Wedding highway bridges. tion shows that a certain portion of wanted steam cookers, 24 purchased and happr. up of inanalysis of tho figures collect- County Judgo, presiding. An JOcbotlUlTouidruiiirt'.or tho toad'a food is made A Basque sheep herder convicted gasoline irons, 20 installed bread central doie; or if roue dealer by tho bureau shows that there Is 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford jurious Insects and other pests of of trap stealing in Lassen County, mixers and 13 obtained can vacuum ed ad 30c in tamp and wall I per square 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towtoad one-ha- lf mllo of road growing plants, and that tho Calif., recently was fined $100 and cleaners. and you a boiila, Dromodr. II IWPI It is interesting to note . .. ... F .. mile of area; that the annual road some service in such places sentenced to Jail for six months. The that performs . iui, uitoaii, hi. II t. the dish drainer apparently savQ. B. Brown, Simmons .as .greenhouses, gardens, fields of case was brought to trial and settled ed more actual tlma to each indivi revenue is $55.32 per square mllo, 3rd District per mile of road, and $27.82 4th District J. R. Murphy, Any small grain, and golf courses. within four weeks. The flold opera- dual user than any other device ex- $116.25 per capita. harm that toads do in the consump- tions in predatory-animwork con- cept tho pressure cooker, which, It 13 Sam H. Holbrook, Hart- In 1921 the total road revenue. In- nth District tion of beneficial beetles and other ducted by the Biological Survey of estimated, will save Washington rord, R. F. D. No. 4. funds, amountuseful to man is of little the United States- - Department of Ag house wives 32,445 hours of time cluding Federal-ai- d WILL YOU-TAK- E insects Mack Martin, Narrows ed to approximately $5,408,000 and Oth District economic importance and does not riculture have been- seriously inter- annually. More-ove- r, a dish drain R. F. D .No. 2. During tho warrant their indiscriminate fered with by the stealing of traps, er saves energy as well as time, since expenditures $4,725,000. 7th District J. Waltor Taylor, Bea- year 1,673 miles of improved road and it Is believed thnt as a result of tho operation of wiping the dishes vor Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. ' vre completed in tho State and conconvictions and heavy sentences the Is eliminated. This would not b: BOARD OF EDUCATION siderable maintenance work done. ba?lk?MaLaBk!HBL Comers Find Grading RajS Says nuisance" will bo lessened. A Treafneni truo In the case of a cooking device, That Federal aid Is playing a conSuperintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason Shippers' Association. because tho housewifo would not neciui n car siderable part in road advancement Convenes First Monday in overj "Tho artvantago of standardization Tho raising of martens In captivi- essarily havo been activo every min- in this State 13 shown by the fact that LUNGS ot month. Mrs. Mason, S. S. O. C ac- ty Js an is no longer a theory but now commercially'possible as a ute while the food cooked. Each of on August 31, 471 miles of Federal-ai- d Secretary-Treasurer. and CONSUMPTION complished fact. Our soiling price result of the dUcovory of their breed- th'o 75 women who bought a dish road had. been completed, 421 R. A. Owon, Chairman, Hartford, was from 15 to GO cents per bushel ing season by naturalists of the Bio- drainer expected to save ISO hours miles were either under construction R. F. D. higher than tho other houses in this logical Survey of tho United States a year or half an. hour a day by Its or approved for construction, and W. R. Carson, No. 6. relief VIco Chairman, Hart- A quick palna (or that tired, run down (erling, v couchi, in chcit. nlcht iwctls. hroior. district, and tho greatest advantages Dspartmont of Agriculture. These use. nearly $800,000 was avallablo for ford, R. F. D. No. 3. rhacei, weak luaea or consumption. II it dae 1 of a standard grade and pack will, of valunblo fur bearers mate late In Junot help you it coal you notblut. new projects.! m Nat Llndloy, Contertown, R. F. D. 1 courso, be secured in coming seasons, ly and In August, and appear to have Xew Variety Taking Waco Of Tho State system of over 3,000 Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. Lock box eto OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUR O. provided we maintain our Etandards.' a gestation period of eight mouths, Cane. miles of road to be built with Feder Claud Renfrow, Dundo. This Is but ono of the many let- much longer than most animals of Fivo years ago tho sugar planta- al aid and which will form a part of Examinations. ters being received by tho Bureau of tho same group. It was formerly tions of Porto Rico were threatened tho Federal-ai- d highway system, will For Common School Diplomas Agriculture Economics, United States thought that their breeding season with disaster because of tho sudden be definitely settled upon within a Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan-uarDepartment of Agriculture, from pro- was In tho fall or winter, tho young appearance and tho rapid spread of a short time. nnd Second Friday nnd Saturducers' and shippers' organizations being born in tho spring. yellow serious disease known as day in May. To bo held in Fords-vlllwhich havo adopted Federal grades stripe, or mosaic disease, and the A total of 323 dairy cnttle in Alm Beaver Dam and Hartford. Shipments from the barreled ap- plantors appealed for fruits and vegetables. The letter to tho United len county recently were tested In For Teachers' Certificates Third is fom a cooperative peach shippers' ple areas havo been double those of States Department of Agriculture for ono weok for tuberculosis In connec- Friday and Saturday in May, June organization In Ohio. last season, plainly showing tho help.. Investigators sent to the is- tion with the drive that is In pro- and September. Except notlco is "Wo packed out our ontlro crop on heavier production In theso' sections, land by tho Bureau of Plant Indus- gress to eradicate this tho United States Trades," wrote the according to tho United States De- try to cooperate with the insular and herds In that section ofdisease from given to tho contrary tho latter exthe State, aminations will bo hold in Hartford. organization. "All partment of Agriculture. To Octo presldont of tho Federal experiment stations there County Agont A. M. Allen says. f OTHER OFFICERS our members are well pleased and, ber 1 official reports indicate a total soon discovered that u variety of to begin In movement of approximately 15,000 Tax Commissioner R, F, Keown best of all, determined cane known as Kayanglre, then be Moro than 30 Interested Laurel teelirfcht all tho time. Don'tfiny o Fordsvlllo. tholr own orchards at once to try to cars. That la about half as many as ing grown only in experimental plats, county persons are cooporatlng with Surveyor C. S. Moxley, from work for days by taking calomel produce- fruit of higher and better were shipped durlug tho entire 1921 seemed to bo immune to tho disease, Fordsville When pleasant Lio. Vtr-Lo- x County Agont F. B. Wilson and tho keeps yotf quality. Wo sqo no point at which 22 season. Whlto on your feet, whilorellovingyourtroubi which was attacking practically every extension division of the College of Representative Ira Jones, " by your K). Run. Safer too. and inv in nTSi tho standards recommended other variety grown In Porto Rico. Agrlculturo at Lexington In giving tako anythinp; else. You can't afford HARTFORD department for peaches aro not thor- Fanu AVoinen Study l)yo for Basket Knvanglre cane Is grown com detailed attention to 850 farm boys IU Simulates poisons, clcansca By oughly practical, and another year Making tern and relieves constipation. A nat. mercially in tho Argentine, and thru and girls of the county who aro rolico Judge J, D. Holbrook. Mayor W. C. Dlankenshlp. ollmlnato thu old ural remedy, natural In its actions, bum wo will doubtless Ilural women in some of tho tho effective cooperation of the di- working on farm and home projects Council L. II, Bishop, Secy. In Its eiTect and certain In results. I .markings entirely".' Southern States who make baskets rector of the Tucuman Agricultural outllnod by tho collego Junior agriwon't bo long before Lio- - Kc-io-x wli ns a homo Industry, with tho help of Experiment Station the department ROCKI'ORT . Set?&i,isplaco Sa!omel to ever J in Hurricane Worlc. extension workers of tho Unltod made arrangements for an imme- cultural club department. L, Green, Judge. Robort a'o can tako it freely un bstwoeh the States Department of Agriculture and with perfect safety. Every bottlo Lee W, Pherson, Marshall, Closer diate shipment of 5 tons of seed Xeiv Leaflet on Clean Milk. Wcand $1 in bottles, Noc Edd Cooper, Chairman.' vouttior observation stations in tho tho State agricultural colleges, are cano of that variety to Portb ,RIco. genuine without tho likeness and ahW A leaflet on clean milk, showing W. H. Blackburn, Clerk. and the Weather Bureau of I studying tho harmonizing of colors The cane was packed in charcoal iu turo of L. K. Grijrsby. For sal bu r Dahamas that,milk of high quality way bQ eas- Still! , Mason. Treasurer. J, II, WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. -- ,x k t Louisville Daily Herald v 2 barr-l- s and shipped about tho mlddlo of July, 1919, arriving, on tho Is land early In September. This Is probably the longest haul of seed cane In largo quantity, over made. Tho Immune cane was grown by tho Federal and insular experiment stations for tho purpoio of Increasing tho quantity of seed cane. Latr this was distributed to each of the centrals on tho island, nnd a recent report shows thnt It has been giving very good results. Ono of the sta tions had 500 acres of Kavanglro this year and Is planning to lncreaso to 1,000 acres next year. Another has 200 acres In ono valley and considerable plantings iu other districts. About half of tho cano acrcago in this locality is now out of can because of tho mosaic dlseaso nnd only the new variety will bo planted here A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 I You Should Read The Louisville Herald ..,. . ml Mfk. a co If EvcryWoman Wants DIRECTORY m( FARM DEPARTMENT. -t- Ag-tal- fjJC Mothers '&. use V frgfe ar ermiriTee C uic umuiui teili-moni- al n. al - OUR GERMINAL REMEDY I.-- smMi FORtONE MONTH j y, USE LI V-VER-- e, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. - iln to guar-antee- d. and oach chattering to each other In monosyllables. A BIBLE THOUGHTS I Who thoy nro and how long they For This Week hnvo been living In this caveman-Ilk- o $BlbU Thounhti rrwmorit!, will prore a fashion has not been ascer.. hi ImIm hoh(r In aft tained. Tho boys were unnblo to inr nnuiPHJLcjn iS understand when they wcro spoken to and woro nalcly lntorestcd In Tin Lord watch be- civilized clothing and food. They MIZI'AH: tween me, and theo, whim wo nro had been subsisting on wild roots Tho fact that John S. Porry, 2464 ab"i'nt ono from nnothor. Genesis and forest anlmals'Whlch they caught Lnwton Ave., Toledo, Ohio, Is eighty 31:49. and nto rnw. years of age does not provont him Iln I MY STRONG HABITATION: actively serving as bailiff of thuii my strong habitation, whoreun-t- o Nonrnlrcla of tho face, shoulder. from I may continually roiort; thou hands, or feet rcqiftrcs a powerful Lucas county Court of Appeals, tor given commandmont to savo me remedy that will nonctrntn thn flesh. he Is cs halo and lunrty as most men ho many years younger. Being a3ked for thou art my rock and my fort- .Mallard's Snow Liniment possesses recently regarding his robust health ress. Psalm 71:13. In whero tho that poweri Hubbed TUB APPLE OF THE EYE: pain Is felt Is all that Is necessary to and unusual energy, Mr. Perry said: "You cun give all the credit to this Keop mo as tlio appls of the eye; hldo relievo suffering and restore normal midlclne called Teniae. It has put mo under the shadow of thy wings. conditions. .10c, COc Prlco and me In better shape phyclcally than I 4 Psalm 17:88. 11.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Have been In more than forty years. AND HONOUIt AND County Drug Co. . GLOKY m In fact, I came out of tho Civil War wnrtli , O Thnn .. .. . ..w ..... nrt DmVPn w j vr wii all run dewn and had not known a Lord, to receive Glory nnd honour SAYS CIGARETTES day until after taking Tan-la- c. DON'T HURT WOMEN real well nnd power; for thou bust created Hero of late my stomach was things, nnd for thy pleasure they all . nro and wor Revelation created. 8t. Louis, Nov. 4. Is cigarette all out of fix and I had grown so smoking threatening tho futuro of weak I had to sit down most of tho 1:11 of thn Amnrlnnn mm nmt In It rinvnlnn- - tlmo. I don't fool a day over slxty-flv- o HUMILITY Tim sacrifices now and my friends all Bay I spirit; u broken ng a menace to motherhood? God1 are a broken Over In dear ol' London the mcdl-wi- ll look better than they cj er caw me. nnd a contrite heart, O God, thou jcal authorities fancy It is. Summed Besides putting me In good health not dcsplso. Psalms 51:17. ray also Increased Lay Up, tho reply of neurologists horo Tanlac has HEAVENLY TREASURES: . a I weight flftcon pounds." up lor yourseu treasures m ueaven, amounts 10 a coupio 01 ''uiansrTanlac Is sold by nil good drugThero aro just two kinds of wlure neither moth nor rust doth corrupt, and whore thieves do not women In this country who bother gists. ' 4 break thru nnd steal. Matthew 0:20. about smoking," according to tho In order to work out some of the POWER AND MAJE3TY: Bless version of a leading St. Louis spe- - practical details of beef cattle feod-ln- g, tho Lord, O. my soul. O Lord my clallst. "One is tho neurotic, rest- eight Oldham county farmers God, thou nrt very grent; thou artjuss, ldl6 married woman, the kind ... will cooperato with County Agent .1 clothrJ with honor nnd majesty. that easily, becomes a nenu, umi Gordon B. Nanco and tho College of the other Is tho flapper who takes u Agriculture at Lexington In conductMi.nrntt.1 limt In mnkn believe she's Only n Colli. ing feeding tests on their farms this Is often answered Aro you 1117 a good sport. Neither class Is seriwlntir. Plans are bo'ng made to "Oh! It's only a cold," as If a cold ously threatening the futuro of tho have a tour to tho farms this winter n .imMiii nf llltln nnneitiiiniirn Mexican women nave ueun so race. that other farmers In the county but pcoplo nro beginning to learn! smoking pretty hard for centuries can get pointers on their cattle feedrace Isn'l that a common cold Is a matter not j and so far as I know that ing. 10 I1C ITUIUU Willi, liiui aumc ui mu UCCUIIIIIIK em.i. or lit lon't n mntlnr of health most serious diseases start wmt a SOME cold. As soon ns tho first Indication morals. I'd call It Just a question of a cold appears take Chamberlain's of taste. Lot the social Improvement We don't know who fixes th' price Cough Remedy. Remember that tho 'bugs' go after it as a vice It thoy on wheat an' hogs, but we would like s sooner you gel rid of your cold aro so inclined, but for heaven's t' meet th' feller personaly who fixed such nonsense tho danger, and this remedy will sako don't associate th' rato th' farmer charges fer pul-H- n' m with tho sacred narao oC science! help you to throw It off. a car out o' th' mud. who viirnrniiH. healthy women Tber never wuz a writer with ImKANSAS MAYOR FLOGGED are doing tho world's work and bear- agination enough write glowln'ly ing children, as they should, aren't o' th' money end o" farmln,' an' why? ' Theodore Schlerlman, mayor of tho bothering about smoking." 'Causo thero hain't none. . ikTo ifnntni vlllnpn nf Liberty, an-- I Tr' girl In a gingham dress needn PARDONED to sue tho MOTHER nnunppil his Intention worry about not havin' any swell FOR HEAITH town for $100,00.0 unde"r tho state clothes as fer aa we're concerned. mob law. Ho was recently taken It there's anything worsen' a long f)m his home Into the country biAftdr sorvlng throe months of a violating the li haired man It's short haired woman. as men.-tlito a post .and after his half vear term for . Musupper clothing had been removed quor law, Mrs. Anna Hozer, of Fres-t.ioMaw, Willlo (at his lessons) by was given a flogging. Ho was told kegon, Mich., was pardoned an example of Inverse ratio? Harding. She is the mother what's that It was"' punishment for denouncjinw The shorter a woman's Bklrt which Klux Klan and that If ho of 11 children, the youngest of ing the Ku longer your Paw looks. Missoushut he ia 13 months, and another would the .ii.i nnt boon iila mouth .,. ..- - 4.U .. In prl- - ri Rurallst. would receive n coat of tar and have been born to her while com feathers. Gov. Allen declared that son had her sentence not been "What did your son learn' at coltho shoul- muted. tho "responsibility rests on i lege?" -- ders of those who employ tho "Woll, sir, ho can ask for money STUNT FLYER KILLED and preach tho right of mobs In such a way that It seems an honor Into their own to take the law to give it to him." Virginia Reel. Scoffing at the fact that It was hands." OUT AT LAST Friday tho 13th. Miss Eva Moss, AVERAGE LIFE LENGTHENED stunt flyer, of Chattanooga, Tenn., innutnd on colng up for an exhibition Excited Campdtgn Orator Give me At tho 51st annual convention of flight. She suspended herself by hoT your franchlzes, my fellow citizens, the American Public Health Associa- teeth on a rope 25 feet below an and I will guarantee to clear the Then, either because of country of this Infamous gang of tion hold in Clovuland, Ohio, it was irni-iniaverage life has been exhaustion or of becoming entangl shown that tho no, or rathor lootbeggers lengthened 10 years. The Import- ed In the ropa, she was unanie 10 It's letboogers no, no, I believe I ance of heredity as a medical problem climb back- - Seeing her plight the mean bootlecgers. (Sinks exhausted.) . N. Hurty, was emphasized by Dr. pilot clrclod as low as possible over "Every n lake and slknaled for her to drop Aunt Liza's iformer mistress was of Indianapolis, who said: an Inalienable right to bo into ,the water, nut she remained talking to her one morning when sudchild has bom froo from dtseaso, free from de- clutched to the end of the rope and denly she discovered a llttlo picformity and with pure blood. Par- was crushed to death when the pilot caninny standing shyly behind his mother'B skirts. "Is this your llttlo ents with a herodlty taint aro not fit was finally compolled to land. boy, .Aunt 'Liza?" sho asked. to bo progenltros." Four hundred negro farm boys and "Yes, miss, dat's Prescription." J Cnriiun. nirrnn Hint In CaSCS Of girls, accompanied by about 100 par "Goodness, what a funny namo, recentiy attended a club ral-th- e auntie, for a cblldlCuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds i How In the I first treatment Is most Important. Jyr nt Helena, Ark., according to a world did you happen to call him nn efficient antiseptic Is received by tho United StaUs that?" pled promptly, thero Is no danger of 1)opartinent of Agrlculturortholr en- "Ah f.'mply calls him dat becuz Ah . --. Infeotlnn nnil tho WOUlld begins to . tertainmenil t..., mibu'j fitrnlatlpll has sech hard wuk gettln' him filled. uciub 1n..Alr hoal at onco. For use on man or 1... ...ntnaaa nlfin nf ttlG tOWn. TllO Loouout. boast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antisep- club members told of what they had . tic nnd healing agent. Buy It now accomplished In grow'ng cotton, "Romomber, ny good man." said and bo ready for an emergency. Prlco corn, tomatoes, and pigs, In sowing the lady visitor kindly, "that stone 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by tho and canning, and In making bread, walls do not a prison make, nor Iron m Ohio County Drug Co. bars a cage." The problem of preserving viable "Well theiiN Ma'am," replied tho HOYS. CAUGHT IN WOODS, seeds In tho tropical climate of Guam old convict, ''they've suro got mo CHATTER, LIVE LIKK A PES, from harvest until the next planting hypnotized for fair." Weekly j season has been solved by tho Fedor--- ) Calro, 111., Nov. 4. Two small -- . ,lura, oxp0rlment station on rf boys about 8 nnd 10 years oiu, nnu Umt Jglnnd by dov,8nB a 8lmpi0 con. maid) I Seasldo landlady (to been returned to civilization thought I told you to present tho bill talnor made of motai 0r glass, sh in a forest for an ludoflnlto rounded by coconut or other slowly to Numbor 13? period llko their prehistoric ances volatile oil as to make It molsturo, Maid Yes, mum, I 'ave. tors. I can still Landlady Impossible. proof. Seeds free Insect, and rat Tbo two boys wero caught In the from Insects and Insect eggs and hear him singing. London Opinion, thickly wood;d hills of Pulaski Coun- properly dried whon placed In tho ty, attor a long chaso by a sheriff's "I hear you have rocently chang tank will keep In good condltlan and posso. Tho youngsters, dressed In power In- ed your butler. Do you find that tbo tnalntnln tholr germinating rsga and unable to speak, fought definitely. now broom sweeps clean?" being llko llttlo wildcats against "I should suy so. Ho made a , scratching and biting members clean sweep of the silver tho first night and wo haven't seen him since.' of the posso boforo their childish FOR FLETCHER'S New York Sun. strength finally succumbed. I . .... Tholr existence was first discover"Dcfcn to church this morning, noticed them ed by a woman who FARM IS AFLAME Bill?" whllo walking thru the forest. Shq S. Faimborla, a farmer near "Why, do my clothes look as If ho sot out in notified the sheriff aud N. Y., had to appeal to his they had been slept In?" several days of pa- search. After city for tho near-b- y rollng tho wooded hills thoy struck neighbors and to keep his land from, beJubb Come on and go fishing Into tho deoply wooded section and assistance ing consumed. Owing to the- - dry with me. You look as it you needed caught sight of tho children. ap- - weather acres of black dirt have been rest, The youngsters flod at the fishing Ulgglnst- -I do. I wont -- burning for a week with great dam, 3roach of the posso, ono cihhwiuk yesterday. asiHty ot a monkey, age to the soil. iroe with tho . W J. Perry, at 80, is t Court Bailiff; Gains 15 Lbs. I k - $ I GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. v 1 , i BLANZ DEEDS, MORTGAGES, 1 m &c If in stoch. I ... 1 You have something to SELL or any- i thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE ! "HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. t n.. - Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED the-les- f HARTFORD,- - KENTUCKY M QUEEX BEE WINTERS IN SOUTH d nt : dls-gul- so Halt Interest in Achievement Girl, es a$ nrlzcd queen in tho Amenta, N. Dak., was sold to an Ala bama apiarist for ?150. Last year her colony made a world's record for Sho has been honey production sent by mall to Alabama for tho win-tand will ba returned to North Dakota ,next spring: bee-hous- or . -- -- ALLEGE PEANUt CONSPIRACY .. the outgrowth of tho "peanut war" a $3,500,000 suit has been brought against tho National Peanut Cleaners Association In North Carolina and Virginia by the Peanut As and has long silky hair. It Is said the baby's physical development ia It Is announced that Maude Adams equal to that of tho average child n actress, has designed a threo years of age. new type of light which will mako It possible to show motion pictures GEORGIA WOMAN FOR CONGRESS without dimming tho theater lights. Mrs, Grace D. Brlnkman, recognizShe began work on the luventlou ed educational and charity loader er soon after her retirement from the stage about three years ago. Tho Jasper, Gx, was nominated by ReShe attendGfcneral Electric Co. at Schnectady, publicans for congress, gavo her a special section of ed school at Jasper where she was. Y N. Uiidr plant, Including living accom- born and reared, later graJuatfHET" modations, where she worked out from Washington Seminary at Atlanta and Parson's School, Now York- her device In seclusion Sho has one child and is In business m with her husband. , BAN FAT LADIES WHO INVENTS NEW LIGHT well-know- -- DISPLAY "UPHOLSTERY" eft-han- leg-boot- Growers Exchange. The growers claim that the cleaners attempted to render them Insolvent by circulating false reports and by manipulating the market. CASTOR pig-clu- Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A en aP-lp- Ewald Guetchnect, 20 years old, Iowa, has of Blackhawk County, b for four member been a years. In that tlmo, according to reports to tho U. S. Department of Agriculture, he has sold $ 3,000 worth of swine. Ho now has 63 head of puro-bre- d hogs, has built a modern hog house, and) uses tho mineral feed mixtures recommended by tho State agricultural college with good results. The 02, 000 farm girls enrolled In canning clubs last year, according to reports to tho United States Department of Agriculture, canned 2,200.-00- 0 quarts of fruits and vegetables. Those young homo makors also mado 510,000 quarts of Jelly. x- More than 1,500 technically trained persons, according to roports to tho United States Departmont of aro employed In studying farming problems tu tho State agricultural oxporlmont stations. In 1921. 400 publications woro issued containing results of their work. WOOD CONSUMPTION "You may pay me $100 down and' d. Nottingham, Eng., Nov. 4. Tho $25 a week," said the physician Nottingham Goose Fair has banned "Sounds as it I were buying aa fat ladles. It is stated that tho fat the patient said. ladies invoked the displeasure of "No," said tho doctor, thoughtlessthe authorities by going too far in their efforts to prove their upholstery ly, "I am. was real and not artificial. L GAIN ON EIGHT-CEN- T MEALS HAS TEETH AT NINE MONTHS Prisoners In the county Jail at Ann Arbor, Mich., gained weight durPhysicians are at a loss to account ing tho last year on meals that cost for the unusual physical development only eight cents, according to th daughter of sheriff's official report to the suof the Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McCIung, of Ber-nlc- e, pervisors. Several long term prisLa. The child has 13 teeth, oners were cited as having gained as weighs 45 pounds, Is 42 inches tall much as 30 pounds. lle' f' n r - 4 4 3 ld Ma A Wish worn-oHAVE TAKEN Cardui for A condition, nervousness and sleeplessness, and 1 was weak too," says Mrs. Silvie Estes, of Jennings, Okla. "Cardui did me just lots of good so much that I gave She complained of a soreness in her it to my daughter, sides and back. She took three bottles of Cardui and her condition was much better. "We have lived here, near Jennings, for' 26 years, and now we have our own home In town. I have had to work pretty hard, as this country wasn't built up, and it made it hard on us. "I WISH I could tell weak women of Cardui the medicine that helped give me the strength to go on and do my work." This card fulfils her wish. run-dovy- r-- J "T K1 n, ut . aIr -- I sur-llvl- ng cup-ture- d. Children cry CASTO RA DECREASES i m M r n, Tho forestry sorvlco reports that tho unnual per capita consumption of wood in tho United States has d during moro than tho last 16 years. Tho drop Is attributed to the Increased use of wood for construction work, which makes Its cost for other purposes one-thir- ed CARDUI The Woman's Tonic X ' the Herrln mine BEADS ODDLY STRUNG killing which occurred around the i Littler Strip mlno Juno 21 and 22 HAHHALS last, are scheduled to rtart hero to- -I SEA (Ilr I. D. Cfal) morrow beforo Judge D. T. HurtWoll. I am thankful for .the coming of t Thci forty-eigwill ho arraigned for TlinMlfdirlt'ltiif n tl will trlvn mn i . the death of Howard Hoffman, said day off wtfc b j g()rry Friends Of e Ocean Giants tn lm tha first employe of the South- - for poor Fluke. It will befe, press ,...' his I ern Illinois Coal Company who was day. Ask U. S. To Take shot after the surrender of the. mlno Hand. employes. That defendants New Jersey widow would play the When tho forty-eigare brought lifto court tomorrow, it part of tho star witness In the llall-Mll7. Fifty, Nov. Snn Vranolsco, U on nnouucod, tho Indictment murder mystery, ortly the auas the big hu 7ara ago a "Ilmc-Juice- r" agalnit many will be nolle prosonul-e- thorities won't lot her shine. uaroTlrjgod Silling vewol of that th enUudodowned.RRhmbbhmbb time was called, would havo to short- ed, thus reducing tub number to bo The Turkish General Assembly en sail and steer u carptul course tried for Hoffman's death to' proba Islttlnc at Angora has deposed tho ceralong tlw South Pacific coast at cy six. Sultan. The old Suit ought to have season if it wanted to avoid tain Selection of the Jury probably will .i.iinr nt such destructive collisions with tho Cali- not start for eeveral days. A venire! a place would finally get his goat. whale. And if tho of 130 has been summoned. fornia graybncl: Attor- skipper trained his blas3 along the neys litJlevo the selection will require Buddy McPheag says If this here coas line, he probably would see at least two weeks. bootlegging business keeps on getting very exposed rock or seaward shoal t someRegulate the bowels when they worse there will havo to bo black with elephant 'and fur peals, would notei groat tor- fall to movo proporly Ilerblno is thing done about it. doner in he toises and rca turtlej, while above an admirable bowel regulator. It uin, l.n Html ntiii afnmnrOi nnrl rA- - A distinguished scientist has Just nottld wheel the Hormann gull. discovery that tho Such an orgy of destruction has stores a fine feollng of strength and announced tho Is growing sea creatures, buoyancy. Price 60c. Sold by The Northern Hemisphere ten loosed on these by "dryer. Ho may have m warmer and scientists to Ihlo County Drug Co. nomc. of them termed nil the credit for the discovery of o--o bo Hie- biggest animals In the world" the Increasing heat, but ho Is no century, that thera is RADIO TO FURTHER 1h tho last half pioneer tn discovering tho accumua campaign on today to havo the MISSIONARY WORK lating dryness. Department negotiate treaties Stat with all countries bordering on tho Chicago, Nov. 7. Radio phones You can never tell when the tide Pacific to prevent their absolute exOnly three as- aids in carrying on of ill luck may turn. ind alrplsnes termination. xlsstonary work in virtually inacces- short years ago forty nations were Sen Cow Joins Dodo. Stel-Icr- 'a sible parts of China will be used by clamoring for tho life of the former One of the great mammals, the nlwlonarles of the Methodist Epis- Kaiser, and now the old bird has a ssa cow, already has joined announce the com- quarter of a million dollars, the AlGroat Auk, the Dodo and other stor- copal Church, on conservation and advance lies havo paid him for lying about ed creatures of a dead age. In mittee ship of if that church. the cause of the war in lito history, 1741, when tho exploring upon at a mcet-.n- g 3iid is tho groom of the most charmrjpt. Vitus litring wBnitwra u.. This1 was decided in Tzechow, We?t of missionaries ing wldown Europe. It Is never tho island that beam lls name, the by too late to mend one's ways of forannounced treat, sluggish sea cows were found Jhlua. Plan3were floundering about by Dr. George the Rev. James Maxon Yard, new tune. ixocutive secretary of the Centenary Steller, doctor of tho expeWilliam seen n China and relayed to the commitI should very much like to know dition. Large herds later were, n, kol'p and seaweed tee In America by the Rev.' Paul what haB become of the bearded barfo ding on tho editor of tho Chinese Advo- on of Tea Kettle Hollow, but after around tho nearby Commander Isfound that cate. ho gave me the'slip while I was showlands, and It soon was' missionary ing htm tho sight's of this city a few The. delegates at tho Copyright their meat made an excellent liumau aieeting could see the mountains of wnnk-- aco I sworo with an oath that . food. weeks "Journey I would never namo his name any- When the news of the discovery of Tibet. It is several Shanghai and ther. are no hibfe. so I am too proud to ask Bering Island was made known to rom that region. The Tzephow about him. expeditions were the world several of China's fitted out to hunt the. sea cow. How orritory lfes In the heart day In the wealthiest province, Szochuen, with I told the Madam the other well they succeeded is attested wore falling In women fact that by 1754, only thirteen years GO. 000,00,0 Inhabitants. transporta- that so many Because of the lack of love with married men and then its discovery, this great animal, aftrr inaccessibility of murdering them that sho ought .to twenty to thirty feet long and weigh- tion facilities and sections, missionaries have been mnko me safe by giving me a divorce. ing three or four tons when fully some many of But she only commented that if the grown, disappeared from the ocean. unable previously to reach sec- nMmr w'omen knew mo as well as Mountainous V Moved by the. nearne?3 of a similar these localities. seal, tions and river wasted havo hindered sho didl would not be iu the slightest jriWale for the walrus, the elephant v many directions. danger, 'UAtie sea otter and the southern progress in The missionaries, planning work conservashales, the committee on next ten years, voted for four Tho ciukkest way for the people tion of marine life of the Pacific, a for the with hto get somewhere la to build good sets of wireless telephones part of tho American Association for of Science, has which to link up the widely separated roads. the Advancement campaign to have tho mala stations, and four started the airplanes with which to reach Our colored brothers are always In State Department act. sections. luck. No sooner Is tho watermelon hitherto Inaccessible O'nw Hundred years ago, tho com. soason over than ushers In the harseal mittee points out, a species of fur on TEXAS RETURNS LIGHT vest of 'possums - and sweet 'taters. rookeries had extensive breeding DESPITE KIT KLUX KLAX istho Farallon Islands! and other Theologians have borne with com California lands on tho coast line of n wide-spreDallas, Tex., Nov. 7. Scattered mendable patience More than 200,000 of ronorts on tho balloting In Texas to and Mexico. skepticism of the scriptural fish sto these seal were killed tn the short day Indicated' a light voto, estimat ry, but It seems they draw the lino period betweon 1808 and 1811 on the ed by some at about fifty per cent of of at doubting the bear story; A. MethFarallons aone, whlla thousands the total possible vote. odist bishop' out In Michigan has others were added to the slaughter What interest there was coutered Just deposed a preacher of his dio southMay-fiel- d. on the channel Islauds to the in the contest between Earle- B. cese- because- ho had told his Bible exThis campaign virtually ward. Democrat, and George E. B. Class ho did not bollovc literally the species of seal. terminated this Peddy. lndop:ndent Democrat, with biblical account of God sending two Whales Eat Sardine Republican support, for the Uniteu cho bears to devour forty children wholeFurther objections to the have States Senate, and tho congressional who had made fun of Isaiah's bald sale extermination of whales races In the Ninth and Fourteenth head. Now I am not taking sides in raised by the sardine fishermen districts. Politicians declared that this controversy, but I can Imagine who claim of Monterey Hay, Cal.. Km Democrats would bo elected for Fluke Sneaklngly thinking that it that tho whales herd the sardines of all offices with the possible excep tho pestiferous kids poked fun at a Recently the examination prophet, nf United States Senate, and for man's bald head, be he humpback whale tion the stomach of a Congress in the Ninth and Fourteenth peasant or pilgrim, they got wnar whalbrought into tho Moss landing districts. was Justly coming to them. Monterey Bay yielded work many counties ing station in nv o pounds of sarfrom 1,500 to 3,000 wer able to give the voters ballots She You ought to give up smolf- of u sperm dines. In the stomach with the name of Earlo 13. aiaynoiii ing It affects the heart. shark was found u ten-foPeddy's name did not .vhale He By thnt reasoning, I ought ta United printed in. Due to the failures of the appear on tho nauois, muse vuim glvo you up too. Judge. Include cSjiten and Great Britain to for him having to wrlto It. May-f- it Japan In the treaty of Id's supporters Had to do the same open In the WASH1HGTONC0HHENT dlB the killing of seals herd was de- lu some counties where ballots with .. Iho Alaska fur a al out his name wore distributed. , from sufceased by nearly 300.000 Mavfield Is said to havo been tho The Prlnco of Wales, heir to the of Freemasonry, should be all scientific to 1911, according to 1807 choice of th& Ku Klux Klan for the English Throne;- has been lnstalletl ficient proof that tho diatribes direct treaty was data. A new fur seal participating Sonate, whllo Peddy was openly the ns Sonlor Grand Warden of the Grand ed ugalust Freemasonry by those.who In 1911. the negotiated antt-K- u Klux Klan candidate. Were It onty an nro its enemies and who know not Lodce of England. States. ... ' countries being tho Unf.ed and, pleuwmt young man whereof they apeak, are but tho cal-estlmablo .. and Japan. ! '. Returning from tho funeral, Wld...J.... lniu nf ll...ll,D d t,)0 mattor llllliui.uua VI l.llt.llu 1, 1 I, t n POfl Great Britain. Russia .o was made ow Smith, in tears, to her sympathe- tho time that treaty was Freemasonry stands for patriotism, Since imnortanco. .., v. .. ouiguuur, mio. n.nn "Mv nurn """'" " " " .. uy ,i.i " UC the hord has Increased it,., M,r lmlr in Mm British Throne tS for law and order, for fear and lovo been pore old Bill, he wore a vory good So great has tho lncroaw 000. ..n,mnii m follow his own wilt of God. without regard to church or suspicion that pola- . to me. charity, for toleration, for .. i,.tH9. that there is a ..... r, '" "' i, ' tiev- - creed, for v T !,.,,.. I,a ocean soallng la ngnln going "" im, Kio or iir. iiiunu u pre-wnr foruot. tn playing tho man. tliut brotherly love and relief of distress, rullug .of the lie i. as. nulta 'usbln! n leafnat the strict for education, for freedom; In other he Is also Prince of thu Realm. It to 1'oluted out ,.. glial dlan nations. should be a sufficient answer to words, for the ideals of all enltghtenIt any nation not signatory to tha That tho thatf of j, ' maty may engage in this sort and M, ,,,:.rriaL' service? Mm President of future ruler of a great country thui i Freemasonry wm tuk.es his place officially In tho Grand ,eallug among tho Alaska hord, Cer- - this great Republic Ha Freemason, Miss Strongmtnd-Omltt- ed? exterminate it In time If now treatlis predecessors have Body of the order, obviously with tho taluty not? It should merely be that many of his ar not drawn up. the fl.st consent and encourngoiuout of the other party to tho been Freemasons, and that not only rulers of Great Britain, should make troaty of 1911 tho InUnder tho Washington, was President. Transput. Washdians of California, Oregon. aboriFreemason, but devoted his tlnjo those who slaudcr tho order for theirto --- uud I' pause to wonder It the ington. British Columbia and uttoutlon to the order, and ue- - own ends Thin Moan Vou. are pervirtues of sllonco and circumgines of Japan and Russia got un with u bad taste came Mastor of his lodgo. When you coast lines aru not ouos which they had muted to hunt along tho But for those whoso admlrutiou duction Un your mouth, n dull tired feeling.) oceau and It to proposed to .. .Mifi.ii r.M ,AAt n.iii . better cultivate. w and in tho ai.w.w kiivii ..finTiiinr. uuu vniiftrHLimi iiiu nni ,w...- -. ill iui.au iui iuvu uu regulate this also. you may kuow tliut you need a thoso who rule by hereditary right,i d, I tii Statistics published by the health , thoSo who win to power by their dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They c. it jm Al HEIUUTT American Red Cross 1U move- - own abilities and the will of the mu- - service of tho c- -r o an nr-MBEGIN TODAY ..ot only King show th. deaths among children of .lBt of the bowcU. but cleanse and jorlty, the fact that tho future age due to accidents aropro- .. ... .11 wrnr 7 Trials of tho .Mttorat the atpmich and improve of Kngland become, a Senior Grand school Lodge Portlouately much larger than among dlgosuou. Ml iu Warden of the English Grand lartyelgbt men charged with murder I SEEK TO SAVE m conn ct!nn with I ht J i mule-tradin- g, pig-raisi- ht ls d. i -- ,,i.,,t I I - Hut-minao- 1722 Hart Schifiner & Marx s rall-"osds- Jn No to neglect clothes man's so busy he can afford V t V-- Maybe you think you're judged by what is in your head. It ought to be that way but ad - - bn 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 Hart, Schaffner 4 Marx clothes. ft- - all-nlK- ht COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. olther young children or older perOut of each 1,000 deaths of children between tho agqs of five and nine, 107 are due to accidents; ot children between ten and fourteen, In pro 177 are duo to accidents. portion deaths duo to accident among children 'under flvo yoars ot nse and among adults are qulto tmiuli. No parents need to bo told tint the sons. madly for rtmedlos Tor traffic accidents; "safoty.weeksV aro proposod, debated, held ;now and moro drastic traffi? rulos aro formulated, and' " -- - .i -- n M-- i., .... ... i !' .." 11 I""'1"""" ,v. ar --- ,.... ' .Ln,.n0,tm I Ma-Bou- ,. ". io moro or less enforced; moro severe ponaltles are Inflicted by Judges for driving recklessly, but tho accidents j continue. It would scorn that the cnirlnntrtnir brains which built a Panama Canal, most valuable possessions they havo tpok two million men to Kuropo in But It uppenrs the face ot submarines, and built and aro their children. that" therq Is great need for some perfected the largest railroad and power to Instill Into 'tho minds of civ- tolephono systems In tho world,' il nuthorlty tho convlcttou thnt the might solve this problom, too. But most valuable assot tho stato posses- while the remedy is loft in tho haud3 of pollcomcn to formulate, no matses is Its children. Accidents do not "happen." There ter how Interested or witling, or Par- whllo tho answer to tho problom Is Is a cause for every accident. ticularly Is this truo of traffic ac- given Into tho hands of aldermen, cidents, which aro assuming ularm-U- g mayors, and loading citizens, no matwo wilt still proportions In tho larger centers. ter how Of what use is It to tho municipality continue to kill our chldron. or tho stuto to,8pond largo sums in t Trafflo accidents to, the young Is a educating a child to grow up to bo subject of national concorn, stato a good citizen If It pormlts him to concern, city and town ennnnrn nt be killed by an automobile beforo he such gravity and magniture that their becomrs. au economic factor in the prevention deserves tho consideration of the very best minds in tho community llfo? Cities and traffic bureaus search country well-meanin- g, tf