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XXXV BUSY Subscription $1.50 per 17, 1922. .Ywifc HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER NUMBER 21 V-- splondld. They linvo gono Into the they lcd th0 searchers toward a corn CIRCUIT COURT TO association convlncsd that it ia the f,0,d near the dead man's home PiiOLING PLEDGE M-- tr o- -. only thing which offers real, financial Li whero tho body was found. It seema IN ORGANIZATION relief, and they aro determined to IN BRITISH VOTING N that hu placed tho muzzle of the gun i S HELD BINDING gtay with It. Tho groat success of XuJnbiv of Cases On Advance Docket, ngalnst his forehead and pulled the tho Hurley Association has been ampfirainl .liny to ("oincno During , trigger wfth his thumb which was ly convincing of tho correctness of tho 1IHS .till Within the trlccnr feuuiu ulion n 1 minnl . Monday To Mark Comple Snpiro plan, nnd that it will do all Bonar Law Elected; Ladyj Association Given found. The front portion of his skull hurley Astor Wins; Labor that is claimed for It. It is propostion of GovernmentThe Ohio Circuit Court will con- - from auova the eyes to the crown of Judgment Against ed to put only tho very highest grado Barely Second vene here on Monday, Nov. 27, In n,s nca(l was torn awaial Plans. Member men nt the head of the Dark Tobacts regular November term, with a Coroner T. H. Plckerell was called. co nssoclaton, and this done, thoro la grand Jury In session nt least dur- - a J"r' summoned, and Inquest held! .no reason why this association should; London, Nov. 16. wnich resulted In a verdict of death tho earlier days of the court. 14. Ky. Nov. At four o'clock jiukiiisiiiic, n()t jjj equally as successful, If not Tn Hst from which to select grand inflicted by his own hand Paris, Ky., Nov. 14. Tho Hurley-TobaccThis weok will tee the final elections morn en Minn thn litirlpv orcnnlzntlon ' this morning the roturns showed tho jurors, whose names have been Mr. iddlngton was about 40 years standing of the parties as follows: . Growers' . . Assoof the Dark To- -, ., -- held by the members for tho " of age and leaves a wlfo and four ciation .won its first suit against a. Asso-- 1 158; 6C, larly drawn is as follows: Labor, bncco Growers' toj)ncco A. S. Chlnn, J. H. Autrey, E. J. children, the eldest of which Is near contract breaker this morning, when Liberals, 25; Georgelto Liberals, 22; elation and next Monday, NnVcmber 'Hudson, Olllo Wilson, L. D. Fulker- - 10 years old. Ho was Industrious Judge James C. Dedman. of Cynthia- ,' others, 8. "nth tho llnnnl nf Directors, who will ... London. Nov. 15. Andrew rinnnr Eon. Frank Fraze. W. T RimWo w and well respected. Those intimate- - na, presiding" Judgo In tho absence s,.rHv in thn vn- - PROSECUTIONS ARISING IX I'lIUUCH TROUBLES DISMISSED Law, tho prime minister, wns elect- -, W. Dalze, O. T. Cobb, C. C. Calvert, associated with him say that, tor of Judgo Itobert L. Stout, who Is ill. Into which tho Black! rioun dlstrlcta ed for tho central division of Glas- - E. F. Render, N. F. Gentry, Estil some time he had not appeared to bel upheld the validity of the contract In Patch of Kentucky and Tennessee a numoor oi prosecutions arising gow Board, E. D. Hoagland, W. S. Kill, wholly rational, recently growing, the case of the association against lias been divided, will hold their first of differences between Ilov. No Mr. Bomr Law polled 15,437; J- - C. Westerfioid, Ernest Bartlett, H. ' worse, which accounts for his suicide. Garrett Watts, wealthy Fayctto counbusiness session at Hopkinsvlllo and out smith, paetor of tho Big Springs Bap Itosslyu Mitchell, Laborlte, 12,923; C. Ford, Tom Hamilton, E. F. Lisle, Burial of the remains took place ty farmer, overruled his demurrer to will proceed to elect tho officers who t . . - tlst Church. ' In this County, near the ' i oi- - n u ..n.,. j n. a mi.....i.i.. : 1,111011, nuauu, juiiuuuiiiu a . t? . tim.. iu. a t " utunu n.i.i. tO handle mo association uuuiiiiu, m r . uwuu.j ouciuuuu m i uuutu, iin mo tho association's petition and gavo aro Judgment against Watts for ?325 and Cemetery. Peach and Paul Murphy. out- - "nvless County lino and members LU)eral, 2,215. (Equality fairs during the coming year nnd B0narl Tho following citizens have beeni : costs in the case. In ie ,aat eiccton Mr. policies which are' thoreor, were upon tho County Court line tho Plans and MIIS. JANE HUDSON (docket for trial Tuosday of this week. T- ..,.. nlntPitv nvpr ..... i.Minrltn- sfinimnnp,! to ronort. on th aonn,u ... luiiuxt-u- . i In its suit the association alleged . -- . .... -- -, UO to or was 8talC(l' lnal u,e was 12.915. day of the term to serve as that Mr. Watts had violated his conThis will bo ono of tho most Im- - " s:oms' Mrs. Jane Hudson died nt tho home tract with the association by selling-tobaccl'astor invited another party to oc- s,r Gforgn pa8h who 1ctU Jui.rSt lhe iiortant meetings to the tobacco grow- - mini'. thn1 nnlnlt mill Ills llllB Of .... n. . Mrs. pledged to the organization Hardin Ualrd. Berrv L. Tavlor. of her daughter, ...... ... Dellla Ban- nas " me lime uie gcnoraii uniieu tnies era nf tlm Illack rulcu wiucn o. t'ltli .,..-.-. " .....IiIiim .11.1 Mnl iftt ...... nnnrnvfll ciectong woroai nnnounced, returned setn I'ayne, Arthur Davis, Henry nnM n hm T a " "' It means the for-- 1 i'n.--.'."' "L "cul wunauaiiun, ouimuj, on loose leaf floors la3t fall. ever beon held. Rome of tho members and church t() Euro,)c to conte8t Bonnr Law's Taylor, J. V. Straube, W. T. Beck-;"No- v' 13th' at 12 o'clock, of cancer In a demurrer to the petition tho mal launching of tho association toof officials and they consequently madej electon ;ett John n. Mlleg( u. w, Campfleld." antl Infirmities du?to her advanced defendant alleged that .the contract CO 000 growers huvo pledged which age, having been 81 years, 6 months was illegal. me objectors, or objections, thtlr tobacco, representing 74.3 per. a half dozen had summonses aooui( London, Nov. 16. With less than Halllo Elliott, Alney Tlchenor, P. F- and several days old at serv- the time of 77,000 Contracts Affected. ' planting for this returnB reported at 1 o'clock this Brown, Ula Hennings, H. E. Addinglno nnt of tho totnl ,, , . ., -- . ... them . -- ... .ii r.i. imn The decision of Judge Dedman wa3 iuu, duuu uun, aniauu uoj"a, nr... her death in yar. Naturally mo prucueuillBO ...Tner ed uDon chargestoofnnnear In court to niunilim, ll ia iiuiiusaiuiu iu i disturbing public The decpased is survived 'by two important as it upholds tho 77,000 ,,., u.nt-i.p- .i tely the gonorai result of tho Maddox, J. W. Kirk. J. N. Cole, J. H. with tho keenest worship and thy In turn had pro- - pariinmcntary elections. Only ten- - Daniel, R. E. Lee, J. B. Cook, B. W.i children, Mrs. Delll Ranneyj of Lo- - contracts which the association holds throughout the entire district. est instituted against tho pas- - (J ndeg can be RicanP,i rom of with its members. r0. Qi3enberry, Donsley Swain, J. W.lgansport .and W. T. Hudson, Tho case was tho On Friday, (today) tho final and some of his followers for gut9 SQ foJ. ascerlatne,i ana those Arnold, W. T. Mldkltf, Verge Drake, Cromwell. Crst one tried under the provisions of delegates will take placo.'tor tion of is by selling a Funeral services were conducted by the Bingham Act enacted by tho arQ teaencies 0f the voters in tho w. I. Wall, It. P. Coleman, J. F. Case-- 1 jiutn boinc held at the various coun- -' operating-- ...I lottery, that n .,- -. ., ..lllln. nil nullt fitloa ' lwrniiKo nearly all tho votes hior. Chns. Porter. It. R. Muffett. J. the Rev. Thurman Moore and burial 1922 General Assembly, legallztng-toodelegates were nom- -, vv ' iv noata. These K number oi innocent, on counUll ar0 fr0m,London and olher BHarrlson, J. M.JJalao, W. D, Ross, placo in the Wilson burying the formation of asso- at mass conventions Novem- -, Q"ito were urougni cUMt much troubled parties, grounds, near Cromwell, Monday clations. Gr6ver nurges8. lier Sth The members will vote for, -- - " " wuiium ' j The case was heard In chambors. Lat0 today (Thursday) tno votes ( Grand Jurors have been, or will be morning at 11 o'clock. Uhesc delegates, at elections to be other and after considerable delay as "- No testimony was taken other than polls will Tho ffom nU the country districts will bo sunuoncd for service on the first Tield In each county. -- .. "- . In the form of affidavits which had n,intnH nnd thoivmay snow amis in ,iav of the term, wnue tne. P9MI i,uiiii.sru.i)i.,.M'h atsu ...ti..iiR- - nil ilnv. closlnc at i ubuu.ij iiiuuu... mi.u.. ADVERTISERS, NOTICE! been prepared in advance of the trial. I expect- - Hon.. all were dismissed by the Court mhcr 6lrqMoas Jurors are to be summoned for the each member Is with a lecture in wn.cn mo cuarac-bav- e Tho case was submitted to tho court There has been no great surprise, second day. d to express his preference. Ballots Owing to tho fact that thanksglv- - on the law and the facts, tor of religion as demonstrated In the The conservatives are leading all tho The docket as set in advanc? is as mailed to each member In been ing comes on our regular press date.j The Burley Tobacco Growers' Co-cases at bar were freely mentlond. 1 other parties combined. The labor follows: the district and these can be voted will not receive cony for publlca-- j operative Marketing Association was 1st Day. members elected f thus far are less i,y malllf desired. -B- ut-lf "r , .. .,...- - .' than half the number of conserva- - Com'fh. vs. Cletus Kissinger; tfon after Wodnesday at noon of that represented by tho law firms ot . . pre- -, 3ier falls to receive a oauoi, or TAIXS LADIES SOCIAL CLUB tives but ,nore than both Hectlons of Com'th. vs. Clifford Rogers &c; week. We do this in order that the j Franklin, Talbot & Chapman or Lex-offi-ce torn to vote at the polls, ho can do, forco may take Thursday as a ington, and Worthington, Browning: Com'th. vs. Willie .McHenry; Com'th. th. Liberal party. as extra ballots will bo supplied so they are & Reed of Maysvllle. Judge Georgo Mrs. R. T. Collins entertained the Aviutth Harris-Wins- . vs. Conway Beck &c, (5 cases); holiday, which wo feel I c. Webb of Lexington, was legal nnqaturdav. November isth, tho Ladies Social ofub at her home on Th" returns are regarded by stu Com'th. vs. M. B. Faught &c; Com'th Justly entitled to. Prospective and regular advertis-- i counseT for Mr. Watts, politics as a fair gauge of vs. Harbin Austin; Com'th. vs. Ever- will meet and Main and Washington streets, Fri- -' of so elected iiBiHcntes of last weok. At tho iUUOr's strength' as compared with tho ett Kitchens; Com'th vs. S. C. era and correspondents will therefore. The court'? decision In the case elect a director from each of the day afternoon confer a favor which will be great- - was worded as follows: ' district in tho Blacltj conclusion, of a number of games oijotner parteg. Great gains by labor I Rnoad3j twenty-thre- e , -- j ly appreciated by each of us. by get- "Now comes the defendant Garrett 2na j)ay Patch. In districts containing more ( interesting progressive ruuh, u uiusi,a thc country districts are not ex, ,ed r.om'thS v9. Alford WheeUr &6.1 ling manuscript and copy In our Watts and files his demurrer to the-than 'one county, tho delegates will- .delicious aalad course was served., county seat of the coun- The members of the club 'present Ln,erais are doing rather bet- -. Con,.th, v's Estill Whlto 2 cases) ;' hands as early as possible and not petition of the plaintiff herein which The meet at the largest acreage were: iuesdames. J. h. uienn. uo- - tcr than wa8 cxpected. The com- - Com'tu. vs. Martin Whitehead;' later than Wednesday morning of the is noted of record. Said demurrer ty which shows-th...... i . .. .Mnrlntlon. The dl-,Holbrook. C. O. Hunter, E. E. bined factions of the Liberal party,- - Com.tu. va, Tom Culberson; Com'th.) weeh. oi uianusgiving. being heard and tho court advised, it meet at Hopkins- - BlrkKead.' Hooker Williams, E. G. which mav decline to work together nn is now adjudged that the contract rnm'th va. xv. E ' rectors will then ' ' BNTK1- .,m , sued on herein, which u one of a- vt Mnndnv. November 20th,1 Barrass. A. D. Kirk. O. C. Martin, in tho next House, bid fair to exceed . f3 caaea;. Com'th. vs. TomlMISS I,KTT',':'IAU?S TAINS WOMAN'S CLUB number ot,dont,ca', C0Btpaete CBtoiid assocla-- , Darrel Sullengcr, J. B. Tappan, Belle) 120 uiess the country voters turn Crahan &c to htart the Zeal work of the v . Tn. r -i,uuiiei, uiiu ffe0 T.nltvn Mnrlrc into by the plaintiff with different Duy. "v"" Miss Eliza-we- in unexpected directions. 3rd tl0n. TJie Woman's Club met with Miss peraonSi which vltcd guests included: Comparatively few of the party committees b,nd,nff on defendant aa Tho several Com'th. vs. Lem Coombs; Com'th. , :uui-ksai ner nome on uiay a member of said association. appointed to investigate various i)t)th Marks, Louisville. Mesdames R. leaders were among those whose fate , TtnrtP.rhill: Ccm'th. vs. uHiiye MUs was decided tonicht. Former Premier nmiii, va Arthur street, last Saturday afternoon. A ' important matters pertaining to the n Walker and L. T. Riley, and Other Suits Planned. good many of the members were i. uuib Asqultb was elected by a narrow nump . at.. nn worn, !..... (I.la Infnrmn- -' Tl.nl. .in Ilennatt pltv. "" -rmith va John Browning: is further advised that the deIt ' and a ost entertaining pro .,. margin. CHttoa jjuvall; Com'th. 'I Present tion ready to lay before the directors murrer of the defendant through. a CAUGHT WITH LIQUOR On-They nave oeeu acsurprise of the bulletin boards vs.' Kram rendered. The general topic plaintiff's petition bo when they meet. Beckham ShHds &c; Com'th and the same '.,.-..- . n,., .,.,.. i. was tho nlectlnn of a Liberal from i iicci:naiu animus, vjuih hi. o. n.n,v of study was Ruskin. Mrs. Rowan .- ..... tively at work and have made real y nnt i.H.itlan Tr teiitrr -Holbrook and Miss Marks read spe is hereby overruled. uni- , Oxford, where in botn town anil icaerai numuuiuu progress cnm'tli. vs. Oscar Shields; Now comes defendant nnd files his t by Sheriff G. A. verBlty tho Liberals have beon tn the Com'th.''clal numbers and Mrs. J. H. B. Car- - answer herein, which The committee on warehouses has officers, assisted Com.tuvs. Harbin r,Austin; ... is noted or reson gave a sketch of Ruskln. Mrs. ,. .... warehouses now nnii,. caught throe McHenry men, ,,.i,innioss for mnnvvears. i, i .,.n.i nf the At,r cord, and there being a question as-t- Dd Crumpton, Bud Walkor and Ar- J- assocla" Plrt,e Rave tho Jasfnumber of Lady Astor co,nes back" to the v,n shlcllls. Corh'th vs Pearl Long; built and available for the the amount of tobacco which is their Jnold shultz, all colored, near tho nmlSQ froiu Plymouth despite WoIls' Six World Characters. Af- tho Con,.th Vs' Arthur' Short. tion, andvlll bo ready to make owned and grown by the defendant In ' Iter tho program a delicious salad carapaBn madj. agilnst iieri probably with prices on thOHartf0rd bridge, Into Saturday ropoi-- t 4,h ay " j - 1921 the law and facts aro submitted properties. The committee on new mR( aft8r a chase by automobile, of becaus0 oI hor attitude on the liquor Welby Daugherty (4 courso was served. Mrs. J. R. Plr- to the court, and It is now adjudged Com.lu ' u "'" "a, Ulu '""" ",eel "l UUJ ui Bv,j60me 8ix nines on mu wuOUu.m sue nnu praciu-auquestion, uie caseg). com'th vs. Win, Reynolds warehouses nnd location n.w! linVA TT A Tl that tho plaintiff, the Burley Tobac- 11 . II 1IR11 Pfl ... hnnia tftmnrcnu" artomnnn t. ...... i l. !....! 1.lnVilllt .-..l.l II.. cases); Com'th vs. Henry inn- - "" ' Association, recover co I . .... ... i... i,r,f.rn thn illrectors hnttln- rnn t nln Intr a nuart of white 1" nin,inl, . jnucu unia iu i """ "'""" candidates hive been (ton: Com'th va. Harris Walker; j INSTALLATION SERVICE from the defendant Watts the sum ot be whiskey nnd bottles of nunllor other women special committees should such c nHh vs, Dev McConnell; Com'th. AT METHODIST CHURCH $325 and costs therein." 111 their POS- - . unsuccessnu up to mis no-i- r lint.' vs. Lowls Bozarth (3 cases); Com'th1. I A number oi now wure- niinntitliMi were found ..o..w.ii The Watts case is tho first of a. They were taken before tnnt wn8 nmonB the' events unfor-lor- d houses will have to be erected to vs. Chock.Potqrs, Next Sunday being the regular day number of prosecutions to be instl-fnnd County Judge Wedding, who declln- - seen proper receiving fucllities, 7th D.y. against services at tho Methodist Church,' gated by the association Com'fh vs, R. B. Brown. this committee bus n big Job oM'ielr e,i to tal:o action, duo to the recent; Lauor gains continued to bo a tho eleven o'clock service will bo ob- - members who violated their contracts and decision of tho higher courts hold-JturThey Included one each in In bclectlng the locations mil Day Berved as an installation service for by offering tobacco for sale In the in-- all ..u.nn....i.miinL' as ib tho type ot con-- ; i ins that officers e.c?edod their au- -. oidimm. Ardwlck" Division of Man- Guonther'lldw. Co. vs. J. M. Hoov.IVVUMIIUV"'""" church. This tho I inoniy whuh "im, cluster, iiatiey, uocnaaio uim uie er &c . Same vs. G. W. Hoover; E Includes officials of theSuperintendent,' dopondoiit loose leaf warehouses. , structlon to be adopieu. .. Trustees, publication has, without" first obtaining a warrant of Loncastor Division ot Yorkshire. Tho p Gabj,ert va p'jj Hoover, Tho committee on Every official is urg- - MARRIAGE LICENSES ' and Stewards. , arranged for the first IIssue .1 of the nuthoilty. Tho 1 men arrested, togqth- -' Liberals mado gains In Walshall . and- I RECENTLY ISSUED . . .... l.i 4 ll n ed to bo present on this occasion. At t t tut. tnh tlmir iirawn . Af i. lit. it.,. m win rreston, nnu tno uonservaiivcs a sum pxTEIMOWN CITIKN monthly magazine to ue issuuii ufio er wiui iuu aum . . the close of the service the pastor) , uudloy. runng. were u.kuu io ui,uuuulu Tiurley association,., to oo puui IS K1j,cil)E VICTIM B. II. Fentress, Barretts Ferry, to a sllort tllIk to tho offl- ...,.- - ,iiDtta I., tl.o .Will .1 n,nMil tnnnlh rfaltvara.l tn thn Poilornl Author tips.. ... -- " ....-iu Ill uuco ui iuui uioimus ... tno lUllOr pari Ul ill" fi"" ' .k...v.w.. ' cials In n body, standing boforo the Ida Wright, Forlsvlllo. A Thl-prosperous will bo a most Interesting and Tho car belongs to John Crumpton. Southern subuibs of London, the fogi iA . T. m T1iiirrlftiv fi " cnnncol ralli Tho general public is. Ed Boulds, Hartford, to Efflo Mor- .,. wn ti n r as er i ii a. naonpi uni i ti 1111 nn iiniint n inrnur ni iiiii linn in iiiiifii "; " afnri h " ' rarmer residing about one mils wst cordiailv iIlvitd to this service and ris, Hartford vaiimuie "V ,. ...1,1 iuo .ito.i tn nnnli luombor. piI. efforts were made, bv ""-- " t, thn rnntnr Tim ... win . .; in"""' nn nrnillnir is one ' hlni.nnil futileInonl" nrnensR to rniraln imn f,.llun tnnimtinio nt tlin T.nwU.I nf. Ueniortown CUine to ills ueaill last nil whn fllieilll will ho bIvbii a Copy nf Froilrlln Morton Hope, Rochester, .' tlirnimli. mL.. . -w.. o .w nrrlirn ... ...- uu... "o, !Fr day morn ng ns tiie roBUit oi gun- - ' ,,Th M .,,,,,...-,,......,- ,. tn uuin AK1UB, Beaver Dam Route 4, I .. . uie uummiitv. ..o,.t in thn Hat .. SOlf in,..n 1..11 imin n.nriv mMiii.li) nf tlm nntn. v...., ..o..v 8DOt woilllds , ..a.,...,..., I 1110 Uioai UUVUI1.U I lllllCted, BOlllO tWO- - ofl uy tno c"urcn- - bunuay school at( bampson Nix Hartford, Routo 2, I . nt ...i v.iw or -- . work out nlng the jess Patterson of the. 'Beaver Dam- nndI It was then discovered that one . HUlUirCU. yaras iruiu IMS ,. Hliu , ,,.. 7 . . Pp,rlr hour IMR n m. Kin! tn sn.hln Hourlton. Hartford. Route i cuuuiiy wuh nieu uiiujiuu un oaiui- nau uteii leu ueuiuu. ,,, Hvstoin of grades which uie . ... mu n. . Tiie uniortunato man iook. nis snoi -- IU. II. CUU1I.1IK UKUI11 UI Alio ill tion shall adopt as tho basis of their day by Constable Vincent upon a gun early In tho day, tolling his wife above servlco ,g probably the first ofl James Bentiott. Hartford, to Pearl t i liquor selling charge, and upon his' ROt'KPORT P. T. A. . .... p ui sales. uiai no w.ia K"'B "uiiu.ik. "3 M"U ovr "CUl 1" the llnrtfnrd Mllllnrtpr. Hi.rtfnr.l Is nnothtr failure to executs bond in the sum ' nm-- d - nr. The finance committee .. Va- return his wlfo Addito alarmed churcll Mfl wm b0 ta!qitlw l0 Bll "j, vw....b most important ono which will havo of $300 wus committed to Jail. became you present with CENTKRTOWX ODD FELLOWS bewith a number of, enthusiastic mem- - aml part,es Btarted out , warch or alike. May wo havo much valuable Information to luy us. TO SERVE OYSTER SUPPER- REVIVAL CLOSED hers present. Plalis were mado for ,ho ,g3,nK nuul It waH 8enerally fore the directors. The financing of T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. as a big inanKsgiving dinuor to he giv thought that he had entered a cer- ' such u stupendous organization The Conlortowu, Magnolia Lodge A series ot rovival services con- -, on In the Mabbnlc building. Vvrj lain rtlatn rt rttAl n nl timl nan wiT this is a big undertaklng.but no fear FOR SALE I. O. O, P., in connection with its pa.t two weok.W is cordially invited, and a ape- full ar ontertalned but that, the busl-ne.- 's ducted during tho wa8 consequently made In that direc- meeting tomorrow night will serve by the Rev. Browu of Big Cllfty, at biui iiiviiHiipn is exienueu iq eacn , Second-handamount needed to carry on the ton antl nbnndoneil near mld-nlg20 iu. Meal Buhr nn oysr suppor a.t the lodgo haM, was uiemuer oi every i. t. a. in thn y.i I - jjiuiiu iiuunua were urraucau lor and nnu imit-i:nr.... . i. ... i... in every way will bo forthcom tho Christian Church, Select, iiipso mn. ti.i. i. .1 Mnuiier. brought to a close Sunday night. county. Come and enjoy a real ,, ,.. ... . ,., ,.,. ...... ... v .w cj" ., "" , . . UUT 7 " ."'""..". nnrK. 1Innn ing. . .. w.xj "I1UU IIIIK 411111 1111 (.'IIIUVIIIllll Nlll'ini Mia . . ... A...linwa ' 1lf 1. I 11 i Ht.Ulti.nl . n n n it vein iillml r i n i ml. .. , . iUl,n.i,s,Y,I,e ulucr ttim 000t me day morning, but after tracking the use one year. The moralo among- mo .....-,-fair All members are requested to "-.- -,. u uuutu,. man a Bnort distance gave up, but 20t4 throughout tno eunrc W, E. ELLIS & BRO. be present. rnMiPMr nuv. wnvant, i " -- ,,..,. o ',,... '' . ...... j. .- -. ,n...n .iv .. ... ... I ... ..... ..... , -j- -- . .i. Inter-.answ- "' ,...n.i ., ...( -- A r.. t, "" ,....b , V: ad 1 we ny-me- i.-- v."... ,, ir c ci.n,. I ."" , re .; ......, I ..,.,,?,.. ,,., i,i.i, .. - -- ..... ..,... I J' evon-jgtro- 11 -- 1 -..- .... i.t ( or foa-han- ds 0i iMk . a .. a. .- d," . us .. 11 - -- -- n miuL-nuctfi- .w ;.. -.- l., . . """ i . . ... ... .... ... ... .. ..... t rJr V:LLL TITS: " i0 vva ht 1 ..,v. - bw .. -- ,.--- Vi ! ,,, 1 . ..... '"".' '"" J" BIG DEAR GOES ON needed. Only give him tho rein obiervanco of Cancer Weok, which Hostelry and he will take, the rider any placo tho National Society for the Control of Cancer made arrangements to havo In record time. Ever since tho famous ride of Paul observed all over the United States "Washington. Nov. 11. A bear- Hevero, and long before, man has during the seven days beginning yeslurglar camo clown out of the Rocky loved tho daring rider and ills trusty terday. Dr. Irvln Llndonberger of Mountains In Olacler National Parle steed,. From the horses that made this city Is the State chalrmnn for and demonstrated to the National Arabia renowned to the charger that the movement., This Means You. Is more truth Parks Bureau the-rThe work In Kentucky Is being When you get up with a bad taste Absalom rode and on down thru his than poetry In the old adage, "It Is tory ths horso-frlon- d the In your mouth, a dull tired feeling, Is famous In ' handled very largely through better to dlvldo your honey with a song and story. public health nurses of different no relish for food and nro constipatbear than to provoke Its anger." Uut, Probably It Is a little of the love counties In the State, every one of ed, you may know that you need a Uncle Sam will not placo 'free lunch' romantic that lies within all whom has been supplied with posters dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They be hlve3 on the mountain slopes to of the Economy pamphlets to be used In this not only cnuso an agrecablo move of us that makes us stroke the mane and save National Parks hotel property campaign to acquaint the public gen ment ot tho bowels, but cleanse and of a fine specimen of horse flesh with trom burglar bears. erally with the dangers of the disease. Invigorate tho stomach and improvo thrill. AKINOPOWOtW of n long summer of herba-teo- an affcctlonato Tired In several ot the cltloa the digestion. m From one source It has been pre In addition, low a diet ifid bent upon a "honey larger towns addrosses on the N day ot the livery sta- and "1 M10( SVA TW spree," a huge marauding grizzly dicted that the disease will be delivered and special RETURNING TOU1USTS, mislead you. ble which rents hordes and buggies broke Into tha commodious kitchen cancer moving picture films shown. TAKE NOTICE Hotel Is past, and It is asserted that In the of the mammoth Many Glacier. Experimenting with an H "The particular necessity of this K V COHTCNTS"placo of this will come stables where which had been closed for the sea- only riding The captain of a ship had some uncertain brand js exIndeed, intensive effort to acquaint the pub horses are kept. son. During the height of his "sweet lic with cancer," Dr. Llndenberger Scotch liquor that he wanted to take because it pensive It Is repbrted that in pome sections of spree" the baar created a scene ot says, "is duo to the Insidious char- ashore but customs officers barrod tho country livery establishments are destruction, way. Then a taxi was backed up violent Indiscriminate alrf-adrealizing this trend in the acter ot the disease and to the fact the money. which movie producers would havo that so frequently its presence is not against the wharf. The etewart re- L-- Ly likes of thtf public, and are securing t paid a large sum to film. The sales of Calumet One man report- eveu suspected until it is too late for celv.d orders from the bridge to profine riding-horse- s. Shatters China. duce tho ship's cat in a sack. curative measure-are over 150$ greater ed that at Mineral Wells, Texas.there The prowling pillager shattered a Tho old man hadn't got off the "There are four danger signals than that of nny other glass Is a stable having thousands ot dol- , that may mean cancer: Any lump, gang-plan- k thousand pieces of china and before ho was pounced baking powder. worth of riding horses for hire-BEST BY TEST ware, broke a hundred panes of win lars' but especially oho about the breast; upon by a customs man. "What you but not having any vehicles for rent. nny irregular bleeding dow glass by hurling out plunder or discharge-- ; got In thnt sack," he asked. is stated that people from thru-oTHE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER which he evidently intonded to carry It any sore that does not heal, but par "A cat," was the reply. the United States who come to to his winter cache, and otherwise tongue, mouth "Let's have a look nt it," persisted of their ticularly one about the city for the benefit clawed a property damage estimated that Hp3, and persistent indigestion the law. both men and women hire or by the Glacier Park Hotel company with loss of weight. Any sane perThe bag was opened and out hopAll tlics- - vegetables aro valuable In horses and ride constantly. a gEnmnr7 HHvTl'yiErT'rrniTriOTsnij'f V' to exceed ?3.000. H'r son who has received one of these ped Thomas and scuttled back the diet of the normal person as well H Other resorts may find that it will warning? will have himself examin- aboard. Tho captain chased QUESTIONS The broken glass from smashed as the Invalid, because ot tho after ioney Jars, broken china, glassware pay well to see to it that such at- ed thoroughly and immediately. Ot it. Presently ho appeared with the minerals, nnd bulk they furand Bible Answers and other debris, when swept up, tractions are secured. II cnMKirare rhtMrvn ta lank no course, It mny' not be cancer, but sack. nish. Many excellent combinations and mrmorii M Hibl Amwrn, tt will prov so nearly then, it may be, and The love of horse-racin- g made five wagon loads for the dump. a pricelcM hcmiff to Um in titer rrr. "Did you get him?" asked tho cus can ba made among thorn. They vait it is the thru squelched by the courts, can be In sooner the person suffering with the, toms man. rnngiin:u'juirigirinpi'tE The burglar beast entered I sa ry In their composition and suitabilithe mIn entrance, with true Western dulged in to a certain extent with disease knows ot its pre!cnc:, the ty for Invalid diets, and tho depart"I sure did and he won't get away riding. Not, however, better." daring, as If he folt entitled to be- horsoback again." was tho reply. ment recommends thnt tho advice ot come the last gusst of tho season. He that riding horses should be raced. "Sorry to give you all that trouble, What promlso la given to thos1 a physician he followed lu their use. broko a heavy shutter off and then They most certainly should not. But Neuralgia ot the face, shoulder, captain, .but duty is duty, sir." The department &ussests that ev who romemher the poor? Psalm 41- threw his strength ngalnst the main a comfortable canter clown the lane hands, or feet requires a powerful ery diabetic or other invalid depend"Don't mention it; I admire you 1. door within, breaking it oft from Its is a most enjoyable experience to tho remedy that will penetrate the flesh. for it. What the- service wants is ent on vegetables who can do so How should a Christian walk! heavy hinges. Ho took, hams and man who used to bet on certain beau- Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses more men like you," said tho skipper, Eph. 4:1-- 2. should develop a garden, both for s. What can he that power. Rubbed ,in where the as he climbed aboard tho taxi with bacon strips out of the ice box, tore ties at the What will the Heavenly Father tho rnkr ot vnrlety in the diet and than pain is felt is all that is necessary to his sack which this time, Instead of give us? Luko 11:13. down shelves with his Jaws and paws, a mora delightful experience because of the now lutorest und hobk scattering glassware and dishes hei- galloping along on a relieve suffering and restore normal a cat, contained three bottles of Even city patients When will God answer us? Isa. by It furnishes. conditions. fer skelter. Ho passed on Into the chnrger? "0c, COc Prlco and Scotch. mny find It possible to have small, , CG:24. ' Hut I would not give the impres- 51.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio cafeteria and ruined five sacks of What does God's spirit do for us? gardens on near-b- y vacant lots. Most by sion that horses should be ridden at County Drug Co. flour and four bags ot sugar m of the uncommon vegetables In tho Romans 8:26. $100 Reward, $100 breaking them open and mixing tho a fast. gait. That is cruelty to anl- -' o foregoing list can be easily grown. . Tho readers of this paper will bo "When should we seek tho Lord? pleased to learn that there Is nt least contents ot all Into one pile upon mals. To get a horse too hot Is an them may Information concerning IilltLKCAIi INJUNCTIONS Isa. 55:0. one dreaded disease that science has the floor. In this mixture he rolled, unpardonable sin against all horse usually be had from the extension Why should we not he afraid? been able to euro In all its mates and Evidently flesh. -- Just to scratch his back. that Is catarrh. Catarrh beinK greatly Tsa. 41:10. agent, whose headquarters aro at the Grratcitt in tho Kingdom Whosoby constitutional conditions Tho sensible rider and the true ever therefore shall humble, himself Influencedconstitutional treatment. Hall's bo forgot how ho got into the cafe-- j requires Stato agricultural college, or from Catarrh Medicine is taken, Internally and terla, for he-- smashed the windows to lover of horses remembers to take as this little child, the same is greatacts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur- A Clijod Cough Jlcdlrlnc for Children.' tho United States Department of Ag- get out. Ho broke, fifty panes of care of his mount, ite never gets est in tho kingdom of heaven. Mat- face of the System thereby destroying Mrs J. W. Phillips, Itedon, Ga., rlculture. the foundation ot the disease, giving glass and a number of sashes right him "winded." In some sections of thew 18:4. strensth bv buildlnir nn li mn. phoned to J. M. Floyd, the merchant stltutlon and assisting nntore In dolne Its there and it was evident from blood the country a horse Is said to have A Very Needful Prayer Shew me work. The proprietors havo so much there, for a bottle of Chamberlain's UKTKUMINK I'AKKNTAGK upon the tho "thumps" when he gets overheat Thy ways, O Lord, faith In ' the curative power of Hall's Cough Remedy and said sho had stains on the sills and V ni.OOI) teach me Thy Catarrh Medicine they offer One ground below the. windows that he ed, and such a condition is usually paths, let Integrity an uprlghteous-nes- s Hundred - Dollars forthat case that It fails bought a bottlo of ft at his storo any to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Jumped fifteen feet to tho ground brought about by riding too hard or Hoth Mrs. Clarence Smith, ot Address F. J. CHENEY 4 CO., Toledo. recently and that It was doing her preserve me; for I wait on thee. Ohio. Sold by alt Drufgtats. 75c. one ol the cafeteria windows in giving the horse too much water from children so much good that sho want- -, Dighton, Mase., and Mrs. Eugeno Psalm 25:4-2when he is covered with the foam of making his ed to keep up the treatment. You Choqaetto, wife of a wanderer, claim God'.H Wonderful Love For God boy. The- - former That was Sunday morning, October pituplration. Never water your so lovsd the world that he gave his COMIHXK IICSIXESS will find nothing better for coughs ' an AX I RELIGION 22. Tho lingering taste of honey horse until he cools off. Ba the cnl,d was stolen from her nnd colds in chldron or for yonrselt. only begotten Son, that whosoever Dut the btwt plan is not to get him believeth in him should not perish, was too much for him. He ven'oara "8 by gypsies, whllo tho It keeps tho cough loose, expectora- -' to A new organization, called tho tlon easy and soon rrees the system latter assert that it was born to her tured back on a second raid that too hot. Hide slowly, at a comforta- but have everlasting life. John 3: Christian Business Men's Federation, night. Cyrill McGills, the watch-- ; ble gait tor yourself as well as for 1C. m;at the Towksbury hospital. Tho dls- trom the cold. was formed, at Kansas City, Mo., for man, having mado the alarming dis- your horse. Handle the bridle reins trlct court has agre'd to.Rubmlt tho j Ponco With All Men Follow peace the purpose of assisting "men In i covery of the previous visit was in easily; not in a rough manner as so with all men, and holiness without bJr to a blood teat to dotermlno his HEADS EXPORT HOUSE searching out and applying the laws jparontago provided the two women waiting for the "Feasting Foragst-- ' many do, Jerking the bits and hurt- which no man shall see the Lord. of God In commercial relations." Ac How would In the kitchen, armed with 'a high ing the horse's mouth. One or the first women of this '"' suumlt t0 similar test. 4. Hebrews cording to Its constitution its "scope you llko someone to treat you that ' powered rifle. It was an intense mocountry to go Into tho export bust- -, Tilings Fear the Lord, and Grant shall h commercial relations ot the ness was Mls3 Blancho Schwartz, niy " (:ol,1 ment for the watchman when he way? ot servo him In truth, for consld-- r how Proper blankets on the beast's great things ho- hath done' for you. whole world, to the end that uni- Cincinnati, Ohio, who now exports Is often answered Are you 111? threw on all the electric light switchform, prosperity, efficiency, equity, And no es illuminating the hotul for the en- - back are also Important. fnrm machinery and other Imple- - "oh It's only a cold.V as It a cold 1 Samuel 12-justice and fair dealing shall bo es- ments to all parts of the world. She was ou liter. He found bruin In a hall saddle should b& used that may be matter of little consequent, Dentil or Life To be carnally tablished everywhere." The- teachcalculated to hurt your horse or rub way, between the kitchen and the believes a thorough groundwork in but People are bcglnnlug to learn ueam; oui io ue apiruuiu-l- y ings mlnaect is of Jesus- as revealed. In the Now cafeteria, on his haunches, shaking a skinned placo on his back. Neithminded Is life and peace,. Romans Testament, and especially the golden domestic business Is tho first essen- - that a common cold Is a matter not er should the girth bo too tight. Bo tlal of success In her line of work, j to ho trifled with, that some ot tho blx massive head from side to sldo rule, are to be the working principles A knowledge of foreign language Is ni0it Berlouj diseases start with a an alarming defiant manner. The kind to the animal you rldo apd he in A Morniug Prayer Create In mo of the- organization, Importunt, says Miss Schwartz, butcol1' As soon as tho first Indication beast roared and plunged forward will love you for It. You can get a clean heart, ot God, and renew a j not' so Important as a knowledge of of n cold appears tako Chamberlain's but tho watchman took quick aim more and better riding out of a right spirit within me. Psalm 51-JCIGARETTES MORE POPULAR foreign people. Her rule Is "never Cough Remedy. Remember that the ind sent a bullet thru the animal's horse that Is gently treated than you can from ono handled inhumanely, to let an attitude of superiority or sooner you got rid of your cold th neck. Tho towering beast fell back PRACTICAL POINTERS Cigarettes are becoming more pop- Intolerance toward other nations less tho danger, nnd this remedy wilt body striking as ovoryono knows. dying, his bulky ular and cigars are-- losing favor In Physicians say that tho Jolting se(help you to throw It off. m against a large box which collapsed Shrunken woolens may be .restor- the United States, according to fig- creep Into business." cured from horseback riding rids tho 8 t. mm great weight. by rinsing under the ed to their original slzo by the internal reve- VltESH YEUETAIILES POSSIItl.E (RECOVERS I'OR DIVORCE ERROR It wns a giant silver tipped srlzzly spleen of certain poisons. They ad- - lu clqan soapsuds Instead of clear ures published on EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR, most .squeeze nue bureau. Tax collections 8v'en feet and nlno vocato riding us one of the and measured wator. Do not rub woolens; cigarettes last year amounted to Charging that ahe had been er- inches. Supt. J. It. Rakin, of Olacler hoalthtul oxorclses that ono can take. them. as compared with $150,000,000 "Wlth a view to suggesting to thoso roncou3ly named In a dlv6rc caso by Our Dumb Animals. pelt Park, took possession of the If a shoe pinches a cloth wrung $135,000,000 the year before. The on n restricted diet, particularly to w. J. Sullivan, private detective, Mrs. trophy which tho National Parks Buout In very hot water and placed rovonue on cigars for last year diabetics, ways In 'Which variety Irene Subjack, of Washington, wa3 reau probably will dispose of as an over tho spot will expand the leath- amounted to ?45,000,000, which Is .might bo Introduced Into the menu, awarded ? 1,000 damages by a Jury. exhibit for tho Smithsonian Instituer and romovo tho pinch. HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS approximately V, 000,000 less than tho United States Dopartmont of Ag- - Tllt dotectlvo admitted that he was tion;. Use soda aud water to clean a reprevious year. rlculture has searched tho world for mistaken In the Identity of tho wo- frigerator. Tlace-- a few pieces ot the AH SHO pronilslng vegetables, low in carbohy- - man ho saw In company with tho man $OT T" GIT Stop coughing! you rack tho lungs In tho corners to make char-codrato. Tho difficulties of tho dla- - ho, waB "shadowing." Tho award BUSY EN CUT DOWN worry tho body. Uallurd's and sure that the air Is sweet and clean bftlc diet center mainly around tho was allotted on tho ground that tho FOR FLETCHER'S Horohound Syrup checks irritation, DESE HEAH TALL WEEDS and to prevent the food from abdofumed Mrs. Subjack's supply of vegetables and tho provl- - mistake oom- -j hoals tho lungs and restores sorbing odors. KOUfV TS PLACE , CA'SE Islon of variety at all seasons. A character. o way to tost linen Is to rub fortnblc broathlng. Prlco :iOc. COc A good DEM THINGS great number of vegetables have. CREATES and 1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio a sample briskly betweeu tho hands. SUPPORTS CHICAGO TEACItERS Wllili CHECJC RARIES SNAKE?,'! . been grown In the course of these In-- ! in fSdunty Drug Co. rubbing raises a fuzzy nap If such Through Its secretary Miss AUco Ycstlgatlona. Last yoar 91 species! t the cloth contnlns cotton. Another The Women's Democratic club, of Wnnil tho Nntlnnnl Wnnlan's nai-twere planted, so that somo vogota- 1 , HOHSEIJACK HIDING .. JC 4 tost Is to wot the end of tho tluger l. .. . .. . rn1 fit.. -- "" 7 . me organization iuio was avananio every day of thoi.lulu i.ilv. iiiiin vnian in """ lull inai '""" " firm .t. THEN AND NOW and unnly It to tho cloth. If tho lannpunceci of,lco of bauy Under", to, tho organ- molsturo does not at once penetrato ' W0lllll assist the women teaohers or. year. t' icago In tholr fight against the re- These varieties Included anserine, J A"ury. who "a9 J"' . Hobcoo S. West. tho cloth at that spot It Is not pure u wiot iu ui. nao pnnf riillnrr trlvinir niPii nrorArpnPA In . ntnnrnt?iiH. li.iumln Tmali nnfl nnin . . ,...0 . ..... 11 n mi V,.s "MUM MIIU IMMU l.w Tho fine art of horseback riding, s. Superintend- - beans, cabbage, carrot, cauliflower, by our fathers und mothers brought To keep olives afttr tho bottle has Chicago Bpr ll J"b,.es W? B " , film ot olive eat Mortonun of the Chicago schools celerlac. celery, chard, chervil, chay- - " has been opened pour cof such an adopt state ot perfection j V. .1 Jli tho duys Immediately utter the oil over thorn and keep the bottlo Wed for a ruling equalizing the ote.. collards, corn salad, cress, cu- uls0 mndo' es" numbor ot nion and women as teach- - cumber, dandelion, eggplant, endive, , ,,, . Qjvll War, Is coming hack In stylo tlchtlv corkod ' 'crs. Tho National Woman's party, oscarollo, flnocchlo, kalo, kohlrabi, ...u..Umiiu in u uauy, cnecK-rooagttjn. ADMONISHES WOMEN SPEAKERS agreeing wifh tho women teachers lottuco, mung beau, mustard, Now All over the country can again be LEADS GRAND JURY of Chicago, maintains this would re- -' Zealund spinach, okra, onion, leek shod hoofa on j Miss Constanco Curry, of St. Paul. hoard the clatter of wo-- 1 and shallot, orach, l, parsley, Minn., who was Mrs. II. W. Wilson, ot New York, suit In tho actunl dismissal ot city pavements, as spry voting mun made foreman of a .. national Democratic woman leader, men lu favor of mou. It hi argued patience, popper, purslane, radish, Kran,i im-.. i i i nnd women canter gleefully down tho . gives women political speakors some that it would b& manifestly unfair roquetto, salsify, scorznera, sorrel, Speoay juatioa. and le street, enjoying tho 'greatest and' ic nfc;tv. -w is e. Hr dt . e. V.f practical pointers on stump etiquette, to dUmlss womeu Just because they soy bean, spinach, squash, vegetable jury organized heard o ITo es healthful sport over Invented. Biot-' j marrow, Copyright, 1921 try McCfjrs Ntwiptfxr Syndlcatt. toma.to, turnip and wltloof.'in (,ix h.0Ur8 uuonuous number Sho advises women agalust being wore in the majority. In llte of tho Is - people still lovo OBSERVE CANCER automobiles, liorsis, and It its good to sco such WEEK IN STATE a universal trait extant. Our friend the horso apparontly "SPREE" FOR HONEY Loulsvlllo, Ky Nov. 13. With the likes- the fact that he Is oiico more of tho Stato Board of being noticed, for he paces or foxtrots down tho road with more en- Hoalth and the Kentucky Society for Marauding Grizzly Takes thusiasm than unial, carrying hU tho Control of Cancer, Kentucky is taking part In a natlou-wldPossession Of Park rider with Joyotu energy. No spur of this-weeei fashion-plate- s whon they get up to speak. "Don't wear n voll; never wear flapper don't carry a bag or pocketboot and don't ho guilty of pointing at your audience with n pencil or piece- of paper." Mrs. Wilson ndvlscs political women speakers to wear skirts long enough so that tho audience will not look nt their ankles and yet not so long thnt the women will think It Is the- latest style from Paris. "If after talking a while you havo nothing moro to say," says Mrs. Wilson, "don't keep on your feet; sit down." car-ring- s; - g Cans r3 Powder Baking BAKING POWDER Arc Not Worth the Price o One If they are the "big can and cheap" kind because they may mean baking failures. CALUMET The Dbn'tletaBIGCAN price or very - us Wastes time and . ut vlta-min- rj, race-track- coaj-blac- 1. get-awa- y. eight-year-o- . ld 12-1- - 1. j 8-- 6. - i i al I Children Ory CASTOR A 1 u rr mmLJ ... .... ,' VT.-- -.- -. high-school- lk Jfwpr ! '"; ,... ' pal-tsa- A ( t 'rWrii'j W to nnblo and women thorn to estnblloh thcmselvca Inde-- j pcndently. BLACK SEA WASP Tho sales through tho 23 community mnrkots of tho Stats last year Included amounted to $61,996.32. with this total aro the sales of but Russ, Submarine Given To ter, poultry products, cooked pro- Kemal, Told To "Get" ducts, flowers and other home-mad- e articles, which have bon sold coEnglish Ship. operatively thru tho community mar Tho sales from ket organization. tho 26 community markets so far this Constantinople, Nov. 11. With year, occlusive of tho sale of Butter, the hungmnn waiting (or him at amount to $42,889.6. Odessa and six fjan and hungry Ilrltlsh destroyers watching Tor him IlKCOKD KILL OF PREDATORY to enter tho Hosphorus, Rental's onANIMAL? .MADE HV TEXAN ly submarine Is leading n lonely life liloylng pirate In th Illack Sea. Texas, holds the record for tho ' When tho Soviet government gave highest Individual catch of predatory tho submarine- - to Kenial they wished animals made by ono hunter In one Ihu captain "good luck" and told him month, according to n report receivho would be hanged If he camo back ed by the United States Department to port without having sunk a Ilrltlsh' of Agriculture. Tho hunt t, who ship. Tho Ilrltlsh naval Intelligence was working near Eagle I'ass, In heard of this and Issued ordqrs that Maverick County, caught 104 coyRental's undersea hope was to bo otes nnd 10 bobcats In 24 days' acsunk on sign and no questions ask- tual trapping operations. This- good ed as soon as It crossed an Imagin- work was a part of the effort of the ary lino drawn across tho Illack Sea Wologlcal Survey to holp ranchmen entrance to tho Hosphorus. in tho control of dangerous and d Trnp Is Laid. structlvo nnlmuls throughout th Six destroyers were stationed In State. Previous to September, 1921, tho narrow Hosphorus straits. ,As Stnto funds wero available for this soon as the submarine was sighted' purpose-- but since that tlm? only two of thtui were to put to sea, got funds from the Federal appropriation behind him and shut off his escape. amounting to $15,000, have been Tho other four were to steam down available to carry on tho work. the channel, dropping depth charges Even with this small fund, how-ove- r, at regular intervals. much Uas been don.-- . Indiviby wlrelcs of tho trap dual stockmen, or groups of stock-lnj- p Warned laid for him If he eor tried (o get In clubs who wish to obtain pronftho great battle fleet riding at tection of their own Interest, have nnchor in tho Saa of Marmora, tho agreed to pay two thirds of tho salsubmarine captain stayd well clear ary of the hunters assigned to their of tho straits. FIvo times ho was various territories, and the other Blglttcd by the Ilrltlsh, but each time third is paid from Fedoral funds. In far enough out to bo safe from even this way about 20 hunters can bo tho most .elastic Interpretation of the retained on tho force. This plan has adopted In spite of a Ilrltlsh destroyers orders. boon " Now ho is cruising off Treblzond, general shortage of money and a stopping merchant ships and doing slump In the ranching buslriess. a road agont Job on tho passengers. Campaigns wero started In different Tho Illack Sen shipping lanes from counties, with exc.llent results. In Malum to Constantinople and from addition to trapping, shooting, and Sibastopol to Treblzond aro In ter- hunting with dogs, a great many preror of this ocean highwayman, as datory animals have been destroyed tho Great North Road used to fear by means of poison baits. Dick Turpln. Regulate the bowels when they Docrlbos Cnptnln. Herblne Is merchant, who was fall to move properly Au Armenian robbed of 8,000 Turkish pounds an admirable bowel regulator. It ! when tho schooner ho was traveling helps tho liver and stomach and re on was board:d by the submarine's stores a fine feeling of strength and crew off SInopo, ontho south coast of buoyancy. Price 60c. Sold by The m tho Illack Sea, said the captain was )h!o County Drue Co. . a blond, bearded man, who spoke to his first mate In French, anil was DIETITIANS INTERESTED IN OFFICE OF HOME ECONOMICS most pollto to tho schooner's passen"According to the Armenian, gers. Interest in various phas's of the the submarine is a very large one; wears Russian homo economics and niitrltton work tho crew Is Russian, Denaval uniforms and red fezzes and carried on by the United States partment of Agriculture was evidenclooks well fed. Officially, the Drltish'say nothing, ed by members of the American Diehut unofficially tho Imaginary line tetic Association attending tho third inside of which the undersea brigand annual meeting of the association may bo "spurlos versenkl" has been In Washington, D. C, from October extended. Meantime, 16 to 18. Over a hundred visited considerably blond, bearded submarine captain tho department, most of whom are tho a comfortablo professionally engaged in preparing Is getting himself hoswhich to retire in case he scientifically planned menus In stake on schools and tea rooms, or In escapes tho hangmau and tho lean, pitals, ore connection with gray destroyers. ganizations. 4t In the experimental kitchen the Irregular bowel movement lead now beto chronic constipation and a consti- visitors were shown studies system with im- ing curried on In tho ueo of hard and pated habit fills tho purities. Horbino is a great bowel soft wheat flours for making cakes, regulator. It purifies tho system, In tha use of maccronl made from a variety of North Davitalizes the blood and puts tho diIn measuring the interconkota wheat, gestive organs In fine, vigorous foods, dition. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio nal temperatures of cooked '" and in making pectin extracts from County Drug Co. citrus fruits and apples. Dr. W. A. Orton, of tho Buroau of Plant InCOMMUNITY' MAItKETS HELl' GARDENS dustry, sent over for exhibit a col- SOUTH CAKOLINA otlon of vegetables from his "dieln'Spartan-bur- g tetic" gnrden. Somo dishes made Tho community market wjto also County, S. C., organized by the from these vegetables special Interlocal homo demonstration club of shown because of their farm women, has caused an entire est to hospital dietitians. In tho calorimeter laboratory the change In garden management there. gardens are visitors saw In studying the energy year-roun- d Largor nnd bolng planted, with flowers as wll expended by human beings under as vegetables, for many flowers are different conditions, also the smallsold at tho market. Last spring an er calorimeter, used In studies of the mnrlrot iinv was featured, with chances taking placo In fruits and An experiment was In community program to stimulate vegetables. a In extension activities and tho progress with the Bmall calorimeter intersst establishment of a real community In which tho energy elimination and market. On this ono day rural wo- gasoous exchange of bananas during men, It has heon reported to tho Unit- rlpenlntr were being measured. ed States Department of Agriculture, "Can't you make 16 or 20 words sold $369.93 worth of produco at the New-ric- h, und as a result later suc- out of that Helen?" said Mrs. markot, permanent maras her daughter was writing a ceeded In having a ket house built by the city council. telegram. "I don't want the clerk Wedto think wo cali't afford more than Market days are now hold every Do8ton Transcript. 10 words." Saturday. nesday and Community markets are being Heavydough Ray That Reggie marketing committees by tho preferably I actually refused to recognize mo .on organizations, of local county councils of farm women, work- tho avenue. I suppose he thinks that , ing with extension agent. Produc- I am not his, equal. May Ridiculous! Of courso you campaigns that are doing a groat tion produc- are! Why ho'B nothing but a condeal to promote Intelligent Every- ceited dumbbell! Topics of tho Day. tion are being carried on. Is bolng paid where more nttontlon Hostess Warry Lophor gets Into grading. Tho variety and number vited about a good deal. Hut how Increasing In direct of products are arrange- does ho live, ho has no Income? ratio to 'tho domand. The Host Harry Is on& ot those chaps, is more atment In tbe market house my dear, who make both ends meet disposing tractive and tho methods of meet. Boston by making weok-ond- s products more businesslike. of the Transcript. belug made to make the are LONE PUATEER solt-rolla- nt - ; social-welfar- rust-resista- nt pro-'mot- , Efforts ly promising. An Indication of the' low percontago of tuberculosis was found in Spokane County this sumM mer. Tho veterinarian In chargo London, Nov. 11. Unless Brit- tested 469 herds, containing 2,704 ishers regain their spirit of adven- anltnnls, o and condemned only 4. Nlncty-flvper cent of the purejjffljjjjfo Ennlpnts 15 P luid DraolTO ture tho nation is lost. bred herds In Washington aro alreaThis is tho be'llof expressed by Sir dy tinder supervision. Claude Do Cresplgny. For Infante and Childron. would be a good thing for the CLEMENCEAU STARTS "It future of the nntlon It duelling were ON MISSION TO U. H. reintroduced and personal satisfaction for an Injury took tho place of Havre, France, Nov. 11. A short, wordy argument In a namby-pamb- y brown-face- d man stout, sharp-eyetho courts," Sir Claudo says. ""' ot 82 wan the most noticed person on i"1 ""; .'Ti" "Many men now aro In tho habit tho steamship Paris, which sailed of declaring that their womenfolk-arfrom here this afternoon for New rimi niinoinriouuuT nvt becoming less womanly and more York. llnmcSlwnacteandlkwrelsrfj aggressive. It this is so It Is tho was Georges Cleraenceau, Ho law of compensation working, for as France's war-tlm- o premier, on his woman Is getting nearer to man In way to carry out a rii...in;-lio- n . .T, his characteristics so is man vserlng of visiting the United j dream that lccnuinc55Miiv-Inevitably to tho feminine. "Many States for the first time since his neither OpIum.Morphuicnor men think nothing- of letting women routh and doing his utmost to bring "Mineral. Not NAncoTW. Where is our bo tho breadwinners. complete understanding and symmanliness, our charity, If such a pathy between that country and PunplLt state of affairs is allowed to exist. France. bttt&Sttt JjliStSr"Tho young men of 1922 seem to Altho the departure of the "Tiger" have forgotten how to lead a man- was unrecognized officially by either IHm Sint ly life, or, If they havo not forgotten, the French or American govern)titrrjirtafxnr It llko tho plague. they shun ments, ho Is looked on as one. of the . . . ,ln Avfnr easo and comfort these most Important figures to ever leave i "' . A hcl pi m !: Tho general aro tho modern alms. on tho shores of France. ond Tcvcrfstacss Inclination is all toward tho amassing "What a wonderful old man ho Is," aim of of wealth, with tho ultimate of those was universal comment And: rcs'Jluntncrci"i. a soft and lazy retirement. gathered at the pier. Besides his fac5ro"c aiK" "Your modern young man drinks valet, Albert, he Is accompanied, as I ST I other ftlJZW-of cocktails and numbers he characteristically remarked, only It may be argued by his hat and cane. fancy mixtures. that In the good old days men drank far mor ethan In tho caso today That "It's like this, Mizzus Oggy," exIs possibly true, but they would got on plained the proprietor of the Tote their horses and go for a good gal- Falr'store at Tumllnvlllo, Ark. "This lop over fences to work off any soft- yur cussed drummer has just called ness. Your cocktail drinker does not mo a liar. Would you druther I'd Exact Copy of Wrapper. THC CtNTUH COIWANV. NtW tOMPt CtTT rido a horse; instead ho sseks tho wait on you now and mebby give him most comfortablo arm chair In his a chance to apologlve and back out, club and sleeps! or would you prefer to see the fight "There is another charge I havo first and trust to luck that I'll be able to make against our modern youth. to wait on you afterward?" Kansas It Is some- City Star. He Is a scandalmonger. hint of an Intime, alas! since the K sult to a lady brought out swords to "Don't you think Dobbs has a mo3t forco an apology. Today men are dignified bearing?" not sufficiently manly to protect their I'd have to see him with his wife womenfolk, and It they havo a com- to bo sure.'Mudge. plaint they do not settle. It In a manly way. They prefer to go to law A Question Quickly and Readily Answered. MARRIED AT MOTHER'S BEDSIDE the .very Idea of which is an insult to our national traditions. When tho doctor told Mrs. Lena "The nlm and object of modern Hoffman, of New York, that she had -education seems to bo the careful only a short time to live, she Imtraining of our youth to enter a mediately called her three children, 'safe' profession. Many parents re- Fannie, Harry and Dorothy, all fuse to let their sons enter th& serv20 and 25 years ot age, and Largest Morning Circulation ices becauso they are 'risky and ad- said she believed she could die conWhy, Adventurous? were all venturous. tent if she knew that they of Any Kentucky Newspaper adventure and work are the very happily married. The children were breath ot life. nil .encased, so they sent for their "Unless we regain this lost spirit fiancees, procured licenses, got a rab of adventure' wo shall settle down bi and were married at their mothdully to become a soft, flabby, er's bedside Just before ohe died. Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. is people and .Justify that essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news a nation contemptuous description Dot aro not on Gladys Bob and of shopkeepers." matter first consideration. speaking' terms any more. Marie Why, I thought they were A GOOD ENOUGH EXCUSE Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and engaged. Gladys So they are. They Just Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. n had been sit and hold each other's hands. A class of struggling with tho problem: "If a Brooklyn Eagle. With important legislation coming before Congress cask contains four and a half galand Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Jlaugh at me, boy!" said "Don't lons, how many times can a glass is-thournal tho sensitive golfer who had foozled. daily newspaper you will .need. holding a pint be filled from It?" "I wasn't sir," replied his caddie. proved too much for them, and It man." as it was near tht end of the after "I was Iaughln at another "And what's funny about him?" said; "Well, boys, noon tho teacher By special arrangements we are now able to offer "Ho pluys golf awfully like you, you can take that sum homo as, your me know sir." home work tonlghCand let THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L tho answer tomorrow morning." FOR STEALING KISS ARRESTED AND Next morning ono merabor ot the up an hour lato. He class turned A particle of dust lodged In the THE REPUBLICAN broueht a written excuse a scrib eyo of a girl In New York while she a rough piece of paper bled note on Both ono year, by utnll, for only $5.75. wna wnlkinir on the street nnd a. It read: stranger offered to remove It. Think"Dear Sir Please excuse Tommy ing that It was the usual ruse he This offer applies to, renewals as well as now subscriptions, but for being late., and please do not give took out the Irritating particle and only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subhim any nioro of those sums for home scriptions may. It desired, start at a latter date; and renewals will then kissed her, She had tho "good work. My husband spent all the evSamaritan." arrested and ho spent 16 date from expiration of present ones. ening working at It, with two friends days In the workhouse, If you prefer aa evening newspaper, you may substitute The help him. In consequence, we to Louisville Times for The Courier-Journa- l. wero all up late, this morning, and my Joseph, how's the weathMaster husband Is not tit to go to work to- er this morning? Sond or bring your orders to tkls office. day, and has forgotten tho answer." Joseph Rather warm, if it happened to bo January; decidedly cool It we. werearound the 30th of July. FOR FLETCHER'S UNCLE SAM .MOVIE MAGNATE-SCRE- ENS houses. Applications for films can flculty in handling upwards ot 2,- f VARIOUS SUBJECTS bo made thru the county agent the 000,000 barrels a day. Tho largest oil producing area of director of extension ot State agrl- WASHINGTON MAY BE FIRST Farm movies covering more than cultural colleges, or any other co- - the United States Is known aa the TO WIPE OUT TUBERCULOSIS 160 agricultural subjects have been operating agency. The only cost to field, embracing Kan- t made by tho United States Depart- tho borrower of the films Is that ot sas, Oklahoma, Not thorn and Central Washington Is expected to ho the ment ot Aarlculturo and are now transportation. The whole matter Texas, Northern Louisiana and Ar-w- lll defifirst ot tho 48 States to make available to persons complying with be explained by th department kansas. Nearly 55 per cent of the Theso and a list ot subjects sent to anyone country's nite plans to wipo out all bovlno tu- tho necessary regulations. oil comes from this secflpn. In 20 fllniB cover subjects ranging from silo Interested. berculosis within Us borders. v and of tho 29 counties area eradication construction, cattle dipping, l "The dwelling was to be In tho latwork has already boon conducted In fighting forest fires to demonstra OIL NOTES est modern style, nnd as soon as we making. Theyff cooperation with tho United States tions pt cottage-chees- e enter It the plaster falls, tne windows ' high are broken " Department of Agriculture. The are mado by the office ot motion picOklahoma produces more with other grade crude petroleum than any oth commissioner of agriculture and the tures In cooperation "Yes, madam, it is the latest Inod- er slnglo state In the Union. The lat - j em stylo." Munich Mcggendorfer State veterinarian have planned a agencies. Extensive use of the department e8t official figures Jndlcato an out Blatter. State wide program that will bo presented to the legislature in January. films la bclni; mado by county agents I put of more than 400,0,00 barrels a The widower had make- his proTho governor is understood to bo in and homo demonstration workers In day. Tho oil Industry was founded In posal and was awaiting the reply. favor of the plan, and thero is every tho field. Last yar, according to reason to bellevo that sufficient mon- reports to tho Department of Agri- 1859 with one producer and a maxi- Haughtily- - she aroso, and fixing him ey will bo appropriated so that with culture almost 4,000,000 people Haw mum output of 25 barrels a day. At with a stern glance she oxclalmodt tho cooperation ot tho department on one or more ot these films. In addi- present thero are 14,000 individuals "I couldn't marry a widower; the tho present basis all the cattlo In tion to their use by tho extension and companies producing oil and the very Idea! Catch mo walking In antho State can be tested within a rea- workers of tho department, tho pic- averago dally output la nearly 1,500,-00- 0 other woman's shoes!" Then, the light of triumph gleambarrels. tures wore much in domand among sonable time, probably two years. Only 1C years ago tho maximum ed In his eyes. "Madam," ho return light Infection ot the cattle State colleges ot agriculture, farm Tho herds In the State and the fact that bureaus, chambers of commorco, wo- dally capacity of the oil refineries of ed, "I had no Intention of offo-in- g moit of tho cattlo already have been men's clubd and other organizations, the United States was 219,999 bar- ! you my late wife's shoes. you could tested make the outlook particular as y.ell as commercial motion picture rels. Today tho refiners' have no dlf - j not get them on!' MODERN ENGLISHMEN ARE SOFT AND LAZY GASTORIA Genuine Castoria Mothers Know That d, " HI 1 long-cherish- Always Bears the Signature of fA5 i? - In Silfln-dulgenc- e, r, Ar a Use For Over ig Thirty Years CASTORIA Which Daily Paper? ThatIs The Courier Journal in money-m- aking It '. schodl-chlldre- e - Children Cry CASTO R A - rr.t lHt..i..I.H'l''lV"lHI'l.ryiHJWIWJlMijmir,i in, Lfrt M vlllo, visiting, from Saturday to SunSTRAY STREAKS day. HJ" Mr. Fletcher Wilson of Roslno, (By Fluko McFluui.) was In this city Monday, on busiPublished Weekly by HARTFORD FIUNT1NG COMPANI ness. Incorporated Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Allen and Wo bollovo we hold the world's daughtor, Eva Allen, won't to Roslno .speed Sunday, where they visited Mrs. W. record for short distance W. 8. TINSLBY, Editor and Business Malinger. travel (Maybe It should be travail). C. Carp and Mrs. Adeline Allen. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall drovo to We recently journeyed Entered according to law at tuo McIIcnry Sunday, to visit Mr. and a distance of 39 miles over a leittofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uail Mrs. Arch Mitchell. railroad unobstructed and without. of tbo second class. nutter Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Boone went a breakdown, due to leave tho local week-ento station at 3 p. m and wo arrived to to Grayson county, last all communications Address in the Hopkins County Metropolis visit relatives. Olio Hartford Republican. , . 1918 Touring $ 75.00 miles in 8& Mrs. Halllo McDanlel Is at homo, at 11:30. Thlrty-ntn- o after an extended visit with relatives honfs, inakd your own calculations, - 1922Touring, Plain NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ,, . . . .$225.00 and friends at Logansport. nnd If you've a better record, reSubscribers desiring tho paper sent Mr. James W. Hall is located In the port it. 1921 Touring, Starter and D. Rims $350.00 k a new tiddress must glvo the old grocery on West First stree, formerMdress in making the request. Easiness Locals and Notices 10c ly occupied by Mr. D. Taylor. 1921 Touring, Starter, D. Rims, Twin Hasslers $350.00 We entered tho 6xS men's comline, and 8c per lUe for each Mr. Charlie Taylor is having much partment, or started to, on a parlor insertion. 1921 Touring, Starter $250.00 Obituaries. Resolutions and Cards improvement work done on the plot car, one night recently, just in time to or Thanks. Ic per word, and 6c for of land between the. Planing Mill sea three wicked men taking a drink '. Truck, almost new $300.00 uch hoad line and slgnautro, money property and tho Baptist church, of sorrel liquor, tho sort In voguo UTf.UW. 1921 Roadster, Starter and Hasslers r$275.00 Church Notices for services froo, which was lately purchased in the before tho advent of Volsteadism. hat other advertisements, lc per auction sale of the Dixie Realty Com- Our first Impulse was to rush In, jrord, pany, seize the bottle, smash it upon the Inonymous communications will Mrs. Ida Poach and Miss Inez floor and give tho wicked and unTocelve no attention. Peach of Williams Mines, were in lawful trio a severo lecture, but the first-clas- s sight of that vile stuff caused such TELEPHONE this city Monday, shopping. ! 59 Work on tho Vinson Hotel,' North a flow of tears that we were almost' Farmers Mutual time-payme- nt Main and First Street, has progressed blinded and could not advance, and building will bo ready by tho time we had soaked a handker .' NOVEMBER 17 nicely, and the FRIDAY for occupancy within the near future. chief In trying to dry our eyes the Mr. Jesse Craig has removed his culprits had passed out and beyond The Turk continues to hold quite fanlHy fr0m tho Roslno country, and our' view. Thus they escaped our a "bit of space on front pages of the hag take an apartment at 243 South preachment. V Tress. One day he is peaceably in- - Majn street. i dined, the next surley or tempest Mayor Thomas and Mrs. Thomas In Atlanta, Ga., they have seats nous. ara at Selma, Ala., for a two .weeks In their street cars for about 50, we ..'visit with their son, who is cbnnect- - would guess, and the other 108 hang On this dale members of the T(m upon straps, backs of seats hnd each Qf Asso Tobacco Grpwers Cent Stores. other's necks and coattalls, that is . elation are taking tho first ImporMuch traffic Is being roiited thru tho women hang to coattalls and seat tant step toward organizing the con- - the newly opened South LaFayette backs. Some of the men hang to trolling body of the association, that straps and others to Wo usually is, the election of delegates at lw,t,on Tay,or Mfne Road to West walked when out with our wife. various County Seats who will on to- - Beech gtree. persons res,d,ng sorrow, meet In the County having To those of Our young friends who hln th(j Tny,or M,rte cmmtry may the largest acreage in the pool with- -' thg strcqt tjj come Jnto tQWn and have not yet picked for themselves In th district .anS elect one DIrec- congestion of traffic In a girl we would say, don't do it untor. The1 Directors so elected In each hSUUlU .nam til after Xmas. It's liko joining a ii of the 23 districts will then meet in I Col. Rogers, of tho Dixie 'Realty! savings society, to postpone Hopklnsville. on next Monday the rf Ellzabethtown, 20th to begin the- - real work of the this city Monday. Mr. Rogers will Is one to A woman secret-keepmembers Individual Association. have charge of the sale' of a large b0 admired by both men and women. of lose sight should completely . In the Green' River country, In casting farm -f- riendship and favoritism We don't, know a thing about the which will take place this week. A squaro deal for the education. PROGRAM AMERICAN their ballots for the delegates to be t murder, case. . i Hdll-Mil- ls country boy nnd gtrj. Only men of unquestioned selected. EDUCATION WEEK PHYSICAL EDUCATION- - DAY LOUISVILLE LRKETff. ionor and Integrity, far seeing and I Our wife says we arda dandy Sat unlay, December 0, 1022 mLm the very best to bo had In the way of Cattle Midweek trade brought when It comes to offering excuses. To Ho Ohsertod Dwrnlwr Third To 1. Playgrounds. business ability should be considered mit " fnlrlv O c irnnH slinntv! desirable , tint n lirnihicln M mnkrolilfr- uhpn r .....Ninth, Inclusive. M..v .. 2. Ph) steal education and hy H that be done in uio seiecuou SoHerlngs"W coatlnued firm, wlth.com- - one that will bear beads, giene. the steps to follow may be delegates ,,, ,, ofterlng3 slow and unchanged. 3. The great out of dors. KOH GOD AND COUNTRY rolled upon as being safe, sound and Qest Hght butchera ln excellont de- -l Republicans were recently, forced 4. The country's need In conserB Sunday, December 3," 1023 Picket and safeguard mand at fuUy steady t0 3trong prices; to, repurchase of their enemies, a dependable. vation anil development of forests, 1. Education ln the home. your Inercsls by taking only the medlum cad piamsr. kinds less ac- - jot of excursion boats for use in Salt soil, roads, and. other resources. 2. Education in the school. very best in. the start. tive. Best heavy cows steady; me- - River voyages. Slogans A sick body makes a sick in the church. 3. Education Slogan A Godly hiatlon cannot mind. Playgrounds In every comsE-?i,r,.oc"c, ,. "-.'s;.l munity. Athletes all. , fail. Te,! B.ll Mayoi d .toady; top, S.504.75. who will not ..... but o.d,llk. to ; it CorK Ministers of all denominations are r in ". and feeders In I know what has become of the BARNKTT'S CHKKK who deliberately took Good quality stockers , . irm , fc m. - urged to preach a sermon on educanm cu -- ,.. Miss Opal Bartlett, who has tygooa uemauu, uu,. ,ucu .Ck..,. evening. All tion, either hlR OWn life-- by refusing to take A f ..rill on,. .nt tint hilro m.ll communities morning or to bold mass phoid, Is no better. pri- - mon stockers extremely slow sale. are urged nourishment while confined in AMA Wminn rrt d Mrs. Bettte Chapman and son, Alinquiry of Jim Davis and TIce Baker, meetings. Requests . , hnr-strlkln- c in nrison Few gooa neavy n for speakers va, were guests steers slow sale, and they say that reports Jn that should be made to of Leo dlum and inbetwe-.the American Le- and family, Sunday night. Whlttaker to Ireland. It one holds to that view, community have 1t that he has gono purpose Best milch cows unchanged gion Posts throughout tbo country only be for the Mrs. Mary Stewart, Mrs. Zelpha steady Best veals into his regular winter hibernating Calves-Ma- rket .Tf bulling Orfinr Hot for meetings during this week. those in whose custody COLE'Sprr?cnti coldl and Blt.t corn-- It quarters. Hoover and Mrs. Flora Whlttaker doc He became torpid with matter, ?9.50 down; medium AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP DAY tney may bC .as we sae the tor bill. Don't knr nd fro. and children returned to their homo. the show df the first frost and was . Monday, December 4, 11)22 Drru rJr morning in chtary, is simply a misfortune of their -In this community Sunday, from Hen comfortable Httt. ""6 ....-- .. -- rf. 5c higher. the barely able to make his hole. 1. Children today, citizens tomora person does not ue- All derson, where they had been since prices It Is the big supply .ad svmnathv. row. tho previous Tuesday. brought $8.30; throwouts 2. Naturalization tor all men and duty ot all and should bo the special weights COAL FOR SALE Mr. 'and Mrs. Cicero Wade were V HOT BLAST following jn o.w women. aim of those who are week-en- d FUEL SAVING SYSTEM guests of Mrs. Onls Wndo light Sheep and Lambs Suppl ber ,iiv fn a consciences' 3. Help the .u ofcombustion In this rmerIiilU and family, of Sunnydale. Best lambs Coal for sale, the Jack come Americans. Immigrants to m anm.t.h to them, to and few changes noted heater tfill save ) to your Mr. and Mrs. Otway Rhoads and The best Hill Mine, 1 , iaBf nnnnrtnn!tv.tS12 down; seconds I ,i, . miles East of 4. Tho dutfes of citizenship. tuI bill. Col I Hot lilut children nnd Mr. and Mrs. Shelby down; bucks $2.00 makes your coal pi la last. Slogans American all by 1927. find no way by which we fat sheep ?4.50 21 12 Hartford. Trogdon were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Set u toJau If lea utnt 3. Visit the schools today. could attach blame for authorities aieal fiitJiaUint Uakl. L. L. Trogdon, Saturday night and A. R. CARSON. !l Butter, L'brs nnd Poult., In- PATRIOTISM DAY to free prisoners legally failure Sunday. m ou'i'i1"! " uuying prices Tuesday, December 5, 1022 carcerated, In order to keep them J. F. CASEBIER & SON Mrs. Georgie Mason was the guest drayago 15EAVEU DAM 1IOXOK ItOLIi 1. The flag the emblem of free- of Mr. Gran deliberately suiciding by the shipper paying freight and from DEALERS and7 family 'Patton are: dom. starvation route. There is no dlf- - charges Monday. Country, packing stock, Beaver Dam, Ky. Butter Honor Roll for Beaver Dam grad2. Music as a nation builder. fprAncn whether death come3 by hun 23c lb ed and High school for tho month of 3. Universal use of tho English ger, poison, hanging or a gun-shEggs Candled firsts 4ic uozen; November. tdeliberately language In the United States. wound when seconds 25c. GRADE 1 Brooksle Leach. 4. 'The citizens' duty to vote. ed. Poultry Kens, largo 17c lb.; GRADE 2 Grace Margarito WilSlogans Visit tho schools today. small 13c lb.; spring thickens large liams. REAVER DAM. Patriotism Is the basis of a happy 13c lb.; 'small 18c lb.; roosters 8c GRADE 3 Naomi Maddox, June nation. Tho town lot sale was carried out lb.; ducks 15c lb.; geso 14c lb.; Daves, Thclma Cooper, Doris Likens, SCHOOL AND TEACHER DAY beautifully under Ideal weather con- - j turkeys young No. 1, 37c lb tur- - George Robison, Martha Sandefur, Wcdncfcduy, December O, 1022 .... lb.! tUrkOVS- Un- - i Carey Paul Baize, Conrad Gllstrap, .-, .U111UHB rri "" 1. The necessity of schools. luuiDua, ...! Ih. ontenrilll I t ntio" nlrl tnma 32c ro . "i""'" "" guiucuo, U1U Lucille Grey Stevens, Virginia Mc- n,nnn,r,.mont nf tho Dixie Realty dor grade 15S)25c 2. The teacher as a nation builddollars was 25c each; young guineas 1 to 2 lbs Kenney. Company. Twpnty-flv- e er. IH I II II " GRADE 4 John H. Voller, Mclven away as advertised, to persons! 50c each. 3. The schools' Influonco on the Grain on tho ground." All tho lots were' Donald Knight, Tim Barnes, Ken coming generation. , Current approximate buying prices neth JCane, Paul Chlnn, Hiram Pafi0tii 4. America as an educated nation Slogans Visit tho bchoOls today trick, Grace Jones, Elizabeth Patrick, Mr. Fred Faught, of Olaton, wa& carload lots, quoted by mills: .if i Wheat No. 2 red, $1.30 per bu Eileen James, Chrhjtino Young, Myrl Better trained and better paid teach In the city, on business, Monday af- (wagon wheat, 3c bu. less. buildings. James, Maud Leisure, Martha Louisa ers, more adequate 4ernoon. 'liiUTERACY DAY It Is said that several hundrjd per- - Corn No. 2 white 76c; No. yel Hudson. ' 'u'orui have visited tho .vicinity near low 76c; No. 2 mixed 76c. Thursday, December 7, 1122 GRADE 5 Cathorino Rummage, No. S Oats No. 2 white "Woodbury and Morgantown, where 1. Illiteracy as a blot on our naKenneth Burgess, Clarence Da)s, 1 white 4ac Lillian Taylor, Tiny Mae McDanlel. tion. rain has continued to fall Incessant-2. No Illiteracy in 1927. ly lor live weeKs. ine sirrfatu vue- GRADE 6 Parven Knight, Owen MEUVKIi UIIOADS 1IUKT 3. .A Citizen's duty toward ,tho Hermia Flener, Leo Llgter, nopienon has attracted many who Smltht uneducated. GenevUvo Leach, Edith Arbuckle, seek, to know the cause for such a . No immigration until illiteracy of showors. GRADE 7 Rachel Hays McKIn-noHhonds formorly of this Mervol is prethel Murtln, Hiram Wendell among native ' and toreigu-bbr- n Mrs. Tom D. araves, of Logans-por- t, place, hut for some time ln the em J Wl Dolora removed. Mr. and-- Mrs. J. Fallen, Bca--v- ploy ot the Beaver Dam Coal Co., at Chapman, Pauline Austin, Slogans Lot every citizen adopt Dam, and Leo McDanlel, of Pltts-liur- c. Its store near McIIcnry, stepped from Baize. and teach an llllterato to read and Pa., motored to Owensboro nuviiig automobile Monday ot this 1 GRADE 8 Roy S. Taylor, "" THE WOMAN WHO OWNS A MONARCH write. Visit the schools today. High School Monday, and spent tho day shopping, week, hurting his leg, but did 'not EQUALITY OF OPPORTUNITY MALLEABLE RANGE Luclllo Couch, Bou-la- h FRESHMEN The store at 307 West First street pay much attention to the injury nt Friday, December 8, 1022 Kane, Audi a Mai tin. was broken Into sometime after the the lime. Later In tho day, when THE 1. Equality ot opportunity in edu- Does not experience cooking or baking failures. closing hour Saturday night. A num- - waiting upon a customer he twisted SOPHOMORE Virginia McKen-nos, small articles were taken, ln the Injured member, cation for every American boy and MONARCH "STAYS SATISFACTORY" and is built for supposedly CIcone Plrtle, Maggie Mae . ber of girl'. Ge.orge Barnes. service. 'addition to tho damago to tho J completing tho fracturo previously City schools. ' 2. 'Rural schools Bloodhounds were order- - made. The bone came through tha UNIOIC Josephine Plrtle, Frank building. J Put an end to your range troubles invest in a Mon-, 3. High schools colleges. cd from Owensboro and arrived be- surface, ln addition to brpaklng tho Kolley Casobler, Wendell Ralph, Alarch. YOU Will be Droud to own mm nnrl f r;il Ua mnro"1 4. American Institutions. , foro uoon Monday. The trail was inieo cap and tearing away of other bert Schultz. economical in the long run. Slogans Visit tho schools todoy. Ruby ligaments. SENIOR Evelyn Hunley, Ho will bo confined or lost. Let all have, an equal opportunity for Taylor, Alsdn Black, Llllle Cbinn. Mr. Leonard Boone was at Fords- - some time. ACTON BROS., The Hartford Republican Used Fords! ....) 1-ton d, nl All of the above Cars are in we can sell them on the condition, and plan. Our storage room is small, and we are closing out our stock of used cars at very low prices. Come in; look them overj drive them; try them out to fc your own satisfaction before buying. Beaver Dam Auto Co. BEAVER DAM, KY. Ofc-- both phones. Win both phones. er ill II T'l Mm ... "1 s T, T"'7.r,rA,s S t" -- . ,;::, . ,., ,.,..., iiii!, Bi. u.. 40; lit L, ,n. CO LE'C O -t ?rSu ?78 at mm , ni J -- ot self-Infllc- T V .1- -.. U 48c y, er y, An-n!- Hartford, Ky. XI Mr. VrM. Hamilton,' of Cromwell, was In Hartford Wednesday. 'A. Messrj. William and Henry Her-rcity, havo gono to Florida, to spend tbo winter, y, $1 Dollar Day $1 Next Friday and Saturday will be DOLLAY DAY at our store. Read carefully below each item, and be r.eady to get your share of these I IStf Rnlslns, Dates and Current)? at WILLIAMS & TAYLOn. B. d Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Woodward arid Dr. and'Mrs. spent tho week-en- llttlo son, Ernest Jr., of Louisville, B. Pendleton, city, were guests of relatives in Hartford In Louisville, Saturday and Sunday. Apples, Oranges, Bananns, Crapes, ,Mlss Gertrude Schlemmcr. city. Celery, Head Lettucb nt all times at spent from Wednesday until Satur HEG'S. 21t3 day of last week In Central City, the guest of Mrs. Edgar Fowler and Mr. Fresh Oysters, Pork Brains, Pork Fowler. Sausage, fresh and smoked, Pork -2U3 Chops at HEQ'S. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Mills and family, of Qwensboro and Miss Gusslo Mrs. A. D. Rlloy and little son, Smith of Beda, were guests, of Mr. Daxter, city, spent Wednesday of last and Mrs. W. H. Glllesplo and family, week In Centertown. city, Sunday. Miss Mary France, of Cincinnati, Misses Amelia Pirtle and Margaret Ohio, is tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Estha Cook, and Messrs. Paxton Tom Smith of Blshenor. Caseblcr and Blrkhcad Da rots were guests of Miss Emlllo Pendleton, at Go to M. T. LIKENS to set your Central City, Sunday. RED GOOSE SHOES. ICtf They aro the best made. If in need of a wagon you can make no mistake by purchasing the Miss Capltola Fisher, of Evansvllle, famous OWENSBORO. We lave. Ind., Is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. L. them. ACTON BROS. ' Hartford, Ky. Nowcomb, of tho' Washington coun 20t2 er BIG VALUES. L. L. Domestic, 8 yds. for . ..$1.00 Yard-wid- e Bleach, soft finish, 6 yds. for 1.00 1.00 Best Heavy Outing, 6 yds. for Yard-wid- m m x a combination of quality, comfort and economy in underwear. The best makers kni tit, the tiest informed people wear it, the best i stores sell it. A customers who have once tried Munoiner Wear with ona ac-cord say: e try. S n 20c traw Tick G yds. for 2 yds. 75c Table Linen 5 yds. Kimona Crepe for 7 yds. 20c Crash for Percale 6 yds. 36-inch .....-,.-.. . . '. ........ :. 12 spoolsSilkine for . . 2 pair Silk Lisle Hose for 5 m .. Gloves for. pair Men's Leather-pal8 pair Men's Work ox for 6 ft. Window Shades for ,. .$1.25 Child's Union Suits Men's Heavy Underwear 2-- . yds. Dress Gingham 7 yds. Apron Gingha m 5 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 Wo will pay you tho highest cash price for rabbits after Nov. 15th. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Hartford, Ky. 2014 Mr. and Mrs. John P. Taylor, Mr. Parke Taylor, and Miss Margaret Estha Cook, 'motored to Henderson, Friday of last week, where they attended tho races at Dade Park. "Give me the ' hMwv 'ViS? C9 STVU ; Munsing Jz6b The Hartford Republican FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 11 I ' Mr. Arnold Shreve, of near Shreve, Mr. E. G. Barrass, who has b:en spent Monday night in Hartford, as appointed appraiser for" the Federal tho guest of Mr. ana Mrs. Lyman u. Land Bank, of Loulsvlllo, left for Barrett. that city Wednesday, to assumo his connection therewith. "to duties in Miss BcsElo Morton returned Loulsvlllo Wednesday after spending Mr. and Mrs. Karl Hoover, city, several days in Hartford, the guest left this morning for. Elizabeth town, of friends. where they will bo guests of Mr, Hoover's brother, Mr. Loney Hoover Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Porter havo and Mrs. Hoover, until Monday. moved to Owensboro, where' they havo purchased a homo at 1410 LoJ. S. (Dooley) Eskrldge, of Fords-vill- e, cust street. who had been spending some time 'at Dawson Springs, left that Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua, of place recently for Plant City, Fla., Louisville, aro the guests of Mr. where ho will spend the winter. parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, city. Mrs. Sidney Williams and little EHzauetn, city, .. , unit. anrinrttnir daughter, Mildred rom Saturday to Monday in i'n Owensboro, tho spent tho present week guests of Mrs. Williams' guest of her slstert Mrs. Warren Mills Luzerne, as parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Hall. and Mr. Mills. . Fu-qua's W J L ;t, Union Suit every Time.M ' 1 MJ li IK i Wf I ai llyJ Xi They use them for the little tofe, and all the way up, in- cluding grandpa. We've got some nice, warm Winter Munsing Wear all ready to put on. . m ,.. ...., 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. EL PERBO 10 cents. LITTLE PERKINS Sets. SMOKE was tho guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I have started buying poultry, and When in town drop into HEG'S J. W. Pate, Beaver Dam, from last will pay the highest market prices. 21t3 Saturday until Tuesday. for a bowl of Good Soup. Bring me your turkeys and all oth- 21tl e,r poultry. ' Judge John B. Wilson, city, re-- 1 x ur. J. s. Dean, oi itorse iruncu,. CLARENCE C. LEE. j turned Tuesday morning from a buswas in Hartford Wednesday. Beaver Dam; Ky. Mr. E. C. Men's Suits at a, 15tf Bargain at LIKENS.' Fifty Messrs. Little Miss Joan Paxton Taylor, Barrass, city, and E. M. Woodward, Taydaughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. morn Louisville, will leave totoiorre-lor, has recovered from a severe at- ing for Prairie, Miss., where they will tack of pneumonia. b on. business-- until about Wednesr , M. L. Heavrln and E. G, All-Wo- ol At The Best Stands. Bring us your eggs. Top prices paid. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. IStf Mr. E. G. Schroater, Central City, in this city, with spent the week-en- d his family. PERSONAL NEWS iieaier. Mrs. Elizabeth Taylqr, city, was guest of relatives near your coal tho week-en- d Seo ACTON BROS., for ono ttflavflr Dam. . -IIL I AND SOCIAL EVENTS Owen Harris of Routo 1, Beaver ' was Mr. A. J. Davenport, of Wysox, Dam, made this offico a call while In Hartford Monday. In town, Monday. I old Fair Grounds. ' . Lot For Snlc In t4p Mr, W. M. Fair, of. Fair & Co.. Apply at this offico. W1P l "U r V 1UBV num. i Ahiella Plrtlo, city, was in UUU13, Miss Owensboro saiuruuy. Mr. and Mrs. Luther Render, of - ueqyer umu, om buuoio ui ..... " Air L B. Cannon, oi uiaion, office, jjr8. e .H. Foster, city,. Sunday. a visitor at tho Jtopublican ' Monday. , ., ,. uuu ,, iwjujuuu, i uo. air. u..f0. Grapefruit, Cel- - city, are the parents of a fine, twelve- Oranges, Apple3, "" and Cranberries at W.ILLIA?I?& puuuu uu. win IStf TAYLOR. Mr. Rufiis Belcher, of near Roch- of his son, Mr. Mrs. Charllo Hawkins, of, flsteri ,a Mr. and i Fred ueicnor anu lamuy, cny. nntrolt Mich., aro visuidb near town. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Park, Hartford 'Katberluo McGrayal'Falr's Route 1, worefgue-t- s of MIbb Ernes-tyn- 'o Ralph city, Saturday night. offlpt' milliner, spent Sunday la T ir,neSS iua ''"! st tho'-gue- Owensboro. ' was Mr Goobol... Wilson, wbo An,ant two -- ed in an auiy again. ago, is able to 'be-out injur-- , woeivo- - od Miss Amelia Barnett, city, attend & L,e,e tfao Centr0.WaBhngt0n game at Louisville, last Saturday Money to lxnn Low rate of inNo commission. CLARENCE BARTLETT. Att'y. at Law, Hartford. wC-and'pou- terest. -- draTrSis&BRo! Orange peel and Candled OlUon. Dr. A. B. Riley, city, is in ChatCake peol tor the Xmas tanooga,' Tonn., this week in Lomon 18tt of the Southern Medical Asso- WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ' ciatib'n. . v ' L. with hor Kuykendoll. who n XT . Tlnrnfitt.. cltv., spent comb, and family, and other rola . j. H. .U.S. w. from Monday to Wednesday of this tlves of the Washington country. at her homo In uenwrii wnk with relatives In tho NocrceK . comraunlty Wo are now wnntlng Tlianksglvlng W. B. Ellis, ;'.;-"Mrs. . r .. ....-oi turkeys. Wo buy eggs and' poultry west w. woeK-en- u u.a every day In tbo yearj Highest cash iletUoand Ruth Riley, We wn,have n car of aaIt " saft. Ge;t our pricesi paid. ' ITMcOuady. few days. 'Seo us for W. E, ELLIS & BRO. w. E. ELLIS & BRO. ,ce3i Mm Mildred Lyons, Hartford, Ky. 20t4 !- -,. -- MlsaSusleai"1"851;;; !':?'? R r -- Misses Florence Nelson and Mil- - MASONIC LODHES u-T-drod Stevenson, city, will spend the, ty .v woek-en- d in Evansvllle, andvlth Ml parents, near Henderson;, Nelson's ' Alexandria Ixxlrrcs Observe lTUSt Kv. Anniversary of His Initiation. Mrs. Noblo Balrd and three chil dren returned to their home in Cen lneSS trip JO IICUUCISUU, rilouo,moi tral City. Sunday - uiorjilnff after Washington, .Nov. 16. (CapSUS spending-a- week, in Hartford,, the NoWB Service). Louisville and Frankfort. One hundred aa sons, Dr, and Mrs. A. U. Pate aud guests of Mrs. Balrd a parents, Mr. Heventy years ago the man. who ways. Ernest Harold, of D. S. Bennett, and .other later t0 t,0 th'e first President est Ute Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Martin, city, Alvls Smith and guests of Dr. and Mrs. of Russellville, were attended the funeral and burial relatives. United Statts, became a Freemaswar parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. ' : Mrs. Jane Hudson, at the Wilson Pate's In Fredericksburg, Va., Lodge Nim- Pate, Beaver Dam, Saturday and burying grounds, Monday. Mrs. D. 11. Hancock and little her 1. Shortly thereafter he becaw Sunday. daughter, Cozie Ellen, who had beenj-- ntomber of Alexandria, Lodge. Mrs. Hlnton Leach, city, spent from the guests of Mrs. Hancock's par-- j r.7, as it was the.n known. It Is hw Wednesday until Friday of last week, Herbert Midkiff has sold his homo outs, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie Alexandria Washington Lodge M. to Mr. In Central City, tho guest of her in the pld Fair Grounds city, for tho past several day's, re- -' 22. The namo was Wianged by tfc parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. James Bennett, and has purchased turned to their home in Bowling addition of Washington's name otter i his death, the homo of Raymond Phillips, on Green Saturday. and tho number ms Mr. and Mrs. L. M. .Render, of tho street known as the White chnnged when it was trnnsrerr Loulsvlllo, aro visiting Mr Render's Singlo Comb R. I. Reds, rich dark from tho Jurisdiction of the. Craw Pennsylvania to that Darents. Mr. and Mrs. WT B. Ron- red Mahood "strain, Feb. and March Lodge of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foremap and d other relatives In this city. . He retained his menttac-an- d 2 for $5. Pullets Virginia. cockerels 53 each, : Uttlb son of Hazard, Ky., will arrive ship Ju both lodges all his life. hens $l.r.O nnd $2.50 eaoh. dgo and Mrs. W. H. Barnes, city. in Hartford tomorrow, to spend about Cheaper by the his Masonic attention to tke i devoted do. left Sunday for Louisville and Frank- ' ten days as the guests of Mr. Fore' Lodge or wnicn no uccarao aiasicr. MRS. VANDER ALLEN, busi man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. P. fort, where Judge Barnes had in Alexandria. Ky. Box 26, McHcnry, ness. They returned home Tuesday Foreman The 170th anniversary of tho iBi- night. tlation of George Washington tate Rev. Russell Walker, ivstor of tho V For Sale I have the leading vatho mysteries of Freemasonry w apple Hartfonl Baptist church, who had celebrated by tho two Masoaic Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Robertson, rieties of both early and late A. Bennett Alexandrfe-Wnshlngton formerly of Hoflin, have purchased trees for ?alo. Prico 20 to 30cts. Ex- been assisting Rev. J. Lodges of Alexandria, pastor of tho Buck Creek Baptist Lodge No. 22". of rh5eb: tbo horao of. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Por- - tra good Concord grape vines 10 and a two R. E. BARRETT, Beaver church, McLean Couuty, In ter Hartford, and nave movea mio lBcts. Washington was tho first worship!, weeks' royival returned home WedDam, Route 1. same. ninstor, and Andrew Jackson Teiis nesday of last week. No. 120, Saturday evening:, NovemTaIiw. HffrtTtmirntl vafltmnil tf Place your special order with Mrs. Mayfleld. ber i, 1922, at 8 o'clock at tho Mrs, W. II. Albrltton, Temple. C.'E. Smith, President of tho Loyal Va.. Tuosday, after spending a week. Hlcliman. Sunday School Class of i .1.1. Mt o. it,, mirnt. of his nafiiKy.. and Mrs. A. S. Pettio. Woman's A nnnibtr of noted speakera '.Ky., ar& the guests of the fonnor'A addresses, ainoug them bciae: the Hartford Christian church, Tele- onts ' Mr. and Mrs. Rlloy McDowell. Julia Mao ' and sister and the latter'a daughter, Mrs. Rear Admiral R. H. Coontz, Maj. and his children, 20 hn phone No. 0. T. Burns, city. Dr, Pettio wiy IJohn McDowell. A. Lejtuno and Merton few days visit thi Join them for a Mr. B. C. Caldwell returned to bis, ' .son. Miss Leila Glenn of this city, who later part of tho week. tnm in Naw Orleans. La.. Tuesday! gues. oi wo Is teaching at Central City, and MIssj morning after being tno MR. AND MRS.. J. W. l'ATB CETK-IJRAT- E The loyal woman's Sunday school GOLDEN ANNIVERSABar daughter, Mrs. Joe T. Miller and Mr. Clyde "nolton, Central City, were Christian of tho Hartford among thoso who attended' the Cen- - class Miller, since Sunday. ... ,....i...- - i. wnmn nt Church, will conducts cako and pas- --- ,;. 18., li tho Mr. and Mrs.. J." W .Pate, of KwDam, Louisville last Saturday. nnm. their KoMt ": "- --Rev. C. C. Daves, of Beaver y o n wre. Ford building on V'" ' V , ' closed a successful revival of threo .Walker and chlldrenrwlll have on sale Cakes Pies, ba,tBaptist Mrs. Russell at Independence wosks, church, Sunday. There were 20 ad- returned to the,F home In IIartfc.1 . -- . weunesuay oi m- -i ditions to" the church. ' th cel0Dratjon. They aro as fotlo: a .& v. Y1..A.......1 n.ni ifv wiir - ihav had- snout 1kTi Tl. a "..w..WM.I, "-- "n.:nH Cuests of Mn. Walker's Rev. Sherman Rlggs of Beaver ut. a. u. .- .f anrm Vwn Pate of Benton, 111., nVlw urAcumrTnar ciiv. vr , ( K. el , . 31-so- Ge-Jo- I. r. lrjrM..0. f r,. ,. wv u. V ! u -. '- "",. t; - and Cedar Grove, closed tho services of Paris. Monday night. There were 17 addlMr. M. L. Mccracken, and'tlons "to the church at Hamlin's . was In Hartford Monday Tuesday, shaking hands with old ao- - Chapel and 1G additions to ths Codur ...i- a i.- - i,. B.i oualntances. On his return home. Orovo church. aooih ivuy k".-, Grove community.! he was accompanied by 1,1s llttlo tlans of tho Cedar daughter, Nancy Everett, who Wheld a meeting at tbd County' Alms of last been tho guest of Mr. and Mr W. C. house Wednesday afternoon past two veeU week. Blankcnship, the a - ' J. d.s r,..hr W:a ' ,!,.,! -- .-- JSSJ Benton, ly'wSlit. r ifc. L,r;; rvr,:Tv 111., Hartford. Miss D Lyons, of Hartford, wasalso a Pato of a. k. raio, ana gt -- kjiii'ii'k; -ii ""-ijiiriiLf " To avoid, penalty pay vnntmn . at once. Q. A. RALPH. . - ti bhlrl" 0hl Couu,y- - x $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper tho Bureau ot Animal Industry, however, and applicants n.ccssarlly aro advised to obtain the vaccine from other sources. Since tho blackleg vaccine is no longer distributed by tho Bureau of Animal Industry, livestock owners aro advised that applications for it can not bo granted, and they will avoid delay by applying direct to commercial concerns or other sources. The Hartford Republican -- Demonstration work in sheep breeding has hnd a marked effect on Montgomery In wool production County, Ind., as Is showrfby the fact that In 1918, 10,000 pounds of wool wero produced In tho county, while In 1921 the sheep breeders' ansocla-tlo- n alone pooled and marketed more than six carloads. On n tour of farms on which sheep breeding and feeding demonstrations were being conducted in 1921, under direction ot tho county agqnt, 38 automobiles wero required to nccommodato tho people Interested, "while in 1918, on a similar tour, only S wero needed. Of the 70,600 cars of wheat graded by the Federal grain Inspctors AND- Louisville Daily Herald , Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. . A -- s You Should Read The Louisville Herald KenState news from correspondents in all parts of news local service gives all the tucky. The Herald's of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with of a daily newspaper that interests every memberyou Then it is the Louisville Herald the family? want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. 1922, 7,567 cars graded No, 1 Dark Northern Spring and 7,226 graded No. 2 Hard Winter. during September, Of the shelled corn inspected during the. year ending September 30, 1922 under the United States grain standards act, 20 per cent graded No. 2 Yellow, 14 per cent No. 2 Mixed, and 9 per cent No. 2 White. By following ths faring practices advocated by agricultural extension workers, over 14,000 negro farmers Increased their yields of crops last year an average of 50 per cent, ns shown by Department ot Agriculture. rjorts to tho United States FARM DEPARTMENT. Close to 300 Payette county farmers and their wives this last summer g lecrned the method of dlstingush--inthe good and poor laybetween ers in their poultry flocks by attending poultry culling demonstrations bald by County Agent W. It. Gabbert Col-le- ge .and the extension division of the of Agriculture. A total ot 38 s. flocks were culled in tho demonstra-ton1,300 of the 3,591 hens that bewere handled being discarded they showed characteristic cause signs ot being poor layers that had .stopped for the season. Slate Champions in Eight Farm Club Projects NamwI. Lexington, Ky Nov. 11. State champions for 1922 In eight of the 33 lines of work that 20.283 Kentucky farm boys and girls have carried out this year as their Junior agricultural club project, It was antoday by C. W. Buckler, starting with one woman, two years nounced state leader' of club work at the Colago, there are now over seventy wolege of Agriculture. men shipping in weekly their gradThe champions and their lines of guaranteed eggs. Two years ed and work follows: ago no one thought ot fattening poulArchie Sears, 13 years old, Muir, try before sending to market. Fayette county, pigs; Edgar Souders, no one thinks of sending poultry to years old, Oventon, Owen county, market without first fattening it. Tho 15 sheep ;A. V. Hardin. 17 years, old, women realize as never before that county, dairy caU; To-da- Collego of Agriculture. Nurseries aro making numorous shipment of young trees whllo scores of farmers aro making plans for their future orchards. Tho enro that is given the young trees from tho tlmo they arrive at the railroad stntlon until they aro planted plays a largo part In determining whether or not they live, Mr. Mnghlll says. Trees from the nursery should be heeled In at some spot convenient to tho orchard sito Just ns soon as posis sible after thty arrive. This a trench deep dono by digging enough to fully cover tho roots and sloping considerably moro on one side than it does on the- other. Tho trees arc then separated and their roots placed close together along tho trench with tho trunks on tho sloping side. The soil Is tuen carefully worked In around the roots and tramped down solid. A good way to keep tho tree root from drying out while tht planting is bolng ddno Is to put them in n barrel or tub holt full of a thick mud made by mixing water and clay soil. The barrel or tub and tho trees can bo moved easily from place to place If they are placed on a sled or wagon. Most commercial growers ot the state prefer to plant their trees In th fall, since the soil Is moro tlllaore at this time and becomes firmly settled around the. roots of tho young trees before they start growing. In the spring. However, If bad weather stops the planting before the trees aro all set those that are left can be heeled In and kept over fpr spring planting. Damage from rabbits to the newly set trees can be stopped by putting poultry netting two feet high around them. Apple trees are best planted about 35 by 35 feet and peach trees about 24 by 24 feet apart. When the holes for the trees aro being dug, tho top and sub soil should bo kept separate so that tho richer top soil can be placed around the roots of the trees. It Is not a good practice to mix straw, manure or leaves with the dirt as the holes are being filled as these tend to stop the rise of water thru the soil and may cause the tree to die Care because of lack of moisture. should be taken to pack the soil well around the- - roots. - A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. 6ne dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. M.iiatfafcu&4fcA h.UDMWWtUWWt boring State recently nsked a leading farmer In his locality to take n trip to McLean County to make a careful study of it for the bsnetlt of (SCSJ! all tho hog raisers at home. Briefly the system consists In thori ough cleaning of the farrowing pons, Succeed when everything else falls. scrubbing tho sows before they are In nervoui prostration and female put Into the clean pens, keeping tho '.veafcnesse they ate the surmnne remedy, at thousands have testified. sows and litters strictly in tho clean FOR KIDNGY-LtVERANpens until they are- hauled out to, STOMACH TROUBLE where they are e pasturos, worm-freit ia the bett mcdJcinj sold kept away from contaminated hog over a dragrjLr's counter. weigh 100 pounds, lots until the pigs after which they ar? past tho greatest danger from worm Infection. Tho working plan may be. obtained without cost by any hog raiser who will Wornim write to tho Department of Agricul, ture, Washington, D'. C. IIEiftftfrrSfii PTUBH KW lifters D - er Every Wants DIRECTORY Ohio County y a The Game Laws for bo observed. 1922, issued by the United States Department of Agriculture as Farmers' Bulletin 1288, shows tho requirements in each State. In some States rabbits may bo taken with dog. trap, or .snare, at any time, but must not In bo shot during tho close season. n number of States having a close season for rabbits the laws permit farmers and fruit growers to destroy the animals to protect crops or troes. Poisoned baits can bo used to keep down the numbers of rabbits where domestic animals can bo prevented trom gaining access to tho poison. for Shooting for sport and using neat, however, is preferable and will usually hold the animals in check. Babbit-profences can bo profitably built when the area to bo protectwashes ed is not too large. Various distasteful to rabbits are recommended tor uso on tree trunks, as conwell as dlfforent mechanical keep the hungry animals trivances to .from eating tho bark and girdling the troes. Feeding rabbltB In winter with winter prunings of apple trees or corn, cabbage, or turnips has been practiced successfully la some orchards, on tho theory that It is cheaper to feed than to fight them. of Cottontail Rabbits Good As Game, Bud for Orchards. spite of their good qualities as In food and game, cottontail, rabbits in many localities become a great nuisance to orchards and farm crops, and control measures are necessary to prevent their Increase. In addjtion by dislo the natural checks effectedenemies, predatory animal eases and tho usual ways of preventing abnormal increases in their numbjrs, according to tho Biological Survey of Agthe United States Department of are by hunting, trapping riculture, or poisoning. In many Stntcs east of the rabbits are protected as game and the close season for them must Mls-lsslp- pi years ago only one woman produced really standard preserves and jelly. Now there are nine who can for market and many others who put up a few dozen to sell. Tho original woman who sold preserves has so developed her business that she has built a factory and has planned for an output of 10,000 containers. The members of the local home demonstration club assist her and In this way not only make pocket money for themselves but improve their own workf and In a few years the entire community bids fair to b3 well known products. The for Its specialized number of dozen eggs soTd, as reported to the extension agent, Is 7. and the pounds of poultry, Tho value of canned goods actually sold is $512, and tho total amount of all products is $8,504.94. In the State last year approximately 5,000 containers of such standburgoo, ardized products as Dixie pine bark fish stew, Brunswick stew, soup mixture, blackberry jam, fig preserves, plum Jelly, grape juice, artichoke relish, and butter were, put on tho market through tho South Carolina Home Producers' Association. This year contracts have been signed for about 200, 0Q0 containers. 2, 19,-GG- Harmon, nine years old, Leer priced eggs and market poultry Clifford Marlon county, beef, calf; than a mongrel. The improvement banon,Derlng, 15 years old, Springin preserving is also marked. Two Paul field, Washington county; poultry; Thelma Culton,' 17 years old. Parks-vlll- e, Boylo county, foods; Cleo M. Cox, 16 years old Crestwood, Oldham county, garment making. standard-bre- d fowl produces high- Prospect, Oldham Barred Bock Pullet Sets New Murk On Station Farm Lexington, Ky., Nov, 11. All previous records for tho number ot eggs laid in a year by individual hens In the experiment station flock of the College of Agriculture have been broken by a Barred Plymouth nock pullet that has just completed her first year of laying with a total of 263 eggs to her credit, according to an announcement by J. II. Martin, In charge of the college poultry work. This is three mora eggs than were laid by a Whlto Leghorn hen that has held the farm record since 1919. The most striking thing about the as seen by poultrymen here Is tho fact that good breeding, the right kind of feed and proper care made It possible for a hen to lay 200 eggs morei in a year than the average hen on Kentucky farms lays. Tho now holder of the farm record is tho result of only three year's work on tho part ot the college poultrymen to gat Darred Plymouth Bocks that will lay a largo number of eggs In a year. new-recor- d U-urto Umi Belt it jUirkctlnK Methods. fxton-elo- n Acting upon tho advico of South Carolina women workois, In have made steady advances they offer for H Products output. 8alo and Hi increasing their County, yot example, in Charleston Farm Wixmcu stan-dardbl- Over 30,000 cars ot shelled corn Hopkins county fanners aro findwere Inspected by the- - Federal inspec- ing out that limestone helps them tion service during September, com- get hotter stands of sweet clover ond pared with 20,000 during August. other legumes, County Agent Morris Sixty tons of M. Gordon reports. Purebred livestock is gaining in limestone recently wero used by favor with Barren county farmers, farmers In the county in one month. County Agent J. O. Horning says. Four farmers of the county recentForty Taylor county farmers have ly have added purebred sires to their entered their poultry flocks in the dairy herds. winter egg laying project being conducted over the state by the extenBlacking Vaccine No Longer Distrib- sion division of the College of Agriculture! at Lexington, according to uted by Department. Distribution ot blackleg vaccine by County Agent J. L. Miller. They practices the Bureau of Animal Industry, Unit- will follow recommended ed States Department ot Agriculture, during tho next fivo months in order a practice which has prevailed for to find out for themselves whether many years, was discontinued July 1, or not hens will lay more eggs durand pub)ic notice was given at the ing tho winter It they aro fed the right kind of feeds and given good time. Discontinuance was tho result ot care. an Item in tho Agricultural appropriation uct for tho year beginning Fall Krult Two Setting Under Way Owr Kentucky. July 1, 1922, which roads as follows: Lexington, Ky Nov. 11. Tho fall "Provided further, That no part ot this sum shall bo used for tho manu- planting of fruit trees Is oh in full facture, preparation, or distribution swing in almost every part of tho Frequent re- state, according to W. W. Magblll, of blackleg vaccine." quests for vaccine continue to reach orchard extension specialist ot the CIRCUIT COURT Meets first Monday in March, May and July; third Monday in September and fourth Monday in November: ndec George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. . Glover II. Cary, Com'th. Attorney Constipation. Calhoun. Most laxatives and cathartics af- Clerk Frank Black. ford only temporary relief and Master Comm!siloncr B. II. Ellis. I should be used only for that purpose. Trustco Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. When you want permanent relief COUNTY COURT take Chamberlain's Tablets and be Convenes first Monday In each careful to observe the directions with ( each package. These tablets not month: Judge R. II. Wedding. only move tho bowels, but improve, County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. tho appetite and strengthen tho di m Clerk Guy Ranney. gestion. -t Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: ' sun- Mack Cook", Iris Render, Georgo, Seed of Crotalaria Juncea, or legume successfully Intro P. Jones. hemp, a Jailer Nat Hudson. duced Into Porto Rico by the Federal experiment station at Mayaguez. was QUARTERLY COURT recently sent by that station to State month. experiment stations south of tho Ohio Convenes first Monday in each FISCAL COUBT and along the Pacific coast to river bo tried out as a cover crop. This Convenes Tuesdny after first Mon legume makes quick growth, flowerfirst Tuesday in ripening day in January, ing the second month and Wedding Very favorable reports April and October, R. R. the third. County Judge, presiding. concerning It have been received 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. from a number of experiment stations 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- by the U. S. Department of Agricul town. ' , ture. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, SImmoni 4Ui District J. R. Murphy, Fords- villo. FOR FLETCHER'S tith District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart- I ford, R. F. D. No. 4. Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows, AV1DK INTEREST IN SYSTEM R. F. D .No. 2. OB FIGHTING ROUNDWORMS 7th District J. Wnltor Taylor, Beaver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. Th" system of swine sanitation, BOARD OF EDUCATION worked out In the laboratories of tho Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason United States Department of AgriculConvenes First Monday In every ture and first put Into farm practice Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C. In McLean County, 111., Is attracting month. Secretary-Treasurer. and the attention of many farmers else intestinal roundworm, R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, where. The R. F. D. No. 6. which this system seeks to eliminate, recognized as on? of the most W. It. Carson, Vlco Chairman, Hartis now ford, R. F. D. No. 3. Important causes of loss to tho hog reports from Nat Lindloy, Centortown, R. F. D. 1 raiser. Practically all Stevens, Beaver Dam. localities where it has been used have Otis Claud Renfrow, Dundee. been favorabl?. Examinations. During the last 12 months the system was tried out in the experimental For Common School Diplomas work in McLean County on nearly Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan10,000 pigs of both fall and spring uary, and Second Friday and Saturlitters. In August practically all the day n May. To be held In Fords-villpigs were- in remarkably thrifty con Beaver Dam and Hartford. dition, and the farmers ore enthuFor Teachers Certificates Third siastic over the, returns obtained Friday and Saturday In May, June Except notice Is from the little extra caro and labor nnd September. given to the contrary tho, latter ex- expended. Tho Mercer County (111.) Farm amlnatlons will be held in Hartford. Bureau has announced that It will OTHER OFFICERS put a man to work lining up tho Tux Commissioner It. F. Keown, cammembers for a worm clean-u- p Fordsvlllo. paign similar to that put on in Mc- Surveyor C. S. Moxloy, Fordsvlllo Lean County, Tho Institute of Am- Representative Ira Jones, White erican Meat Packers has given speRun. worm cial attention to the round HARTFORD work in tho report ot Its committee Poljco Judge J, D. Hojbrook. on animal diseases. Tho president Major W. C. Blankenshlp. of the Amorican Veterinary Medical Council L. II. Bishop, Soiy. Association says that this system ot ROCKPORT eradication is ono of the most Robert L. Orcen, Judge. recent developments in tho Leo W. Pherson, Marshall. hog industry. Bankers1! In the Corn Edd Cooper, , Chairman. Belt arp taking an interest in the W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. new plan, and ono of them in a neigh- Stlllt Mason, Treasurer, I pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamRecommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten years. 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Vancouver Province- 2,000 NEW SUNS IN making; discovered ! I London, Nov. 11. Two thousand that bo does not favor secret diplomacy, Preddont Harding hns appoint- new suns, In tho process of making, ed an "Ohio Woman secretary of nn havo Just been discovered and pho' tographed. embassy, Somo day they will probably desuns, like ours, Providence Journal "Whqro do velop Into Since taking Tnnlao I havo creatyou suppose," asks tho Lowell with their own sets of planus re or ttr ngtli and endurance than I volving round them, so that there ll "would be now 'wr dreamed of possessing," says Columbus hadn't discovered Ameri-If will be two thousand new solar sysairs. Pearl Libert, 722 Stlckney Ave., tems. ca?" A pretty broad question. Toledo. Ohio, n and pgp-- n full-grow- As ovldcnco n Courier-Ci- CALL ON VS are prepare to furnish you may desire in the way most anything-yoof Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we u tizen, we-a- well-know- n r Ashovlllo Times Rtelnmctz says dizzy spells, and my Ithat four hours is a,days work. Wo with awful hereby apply to the famous electristrength got so near the breaking cian for a Job. point it wax all I could do to remain jit my post all day. Klnnncial America An nutolu ran "Hut it has taken Taniac only a Itltn tl linttfllnrr illU nttinv ho ULlltl " . . I wuililllitt ..I t May and upon reviving 8a(d: "I blew I UlunfJ illU ivzvt nnr u iiutv numuiii my horn." have gained eight pounds and am still gaining. Nothing makes mo Wall Street Journal Peace Is a nervous any mnre,and I can stand state of mhid of mind your own on my foot all day and still fcol fine business. when night comes. Monoy couldn't buy tho good Taniac has dono me." Ohio Sun Dial Scientists say that Taniac is sold by all good drug- sleeping outdoors makes ono beautigists. ful. At last! Now we-- know how to account for the hobo's charming 1SAIJOK DUNCAN thus. appearance. CAUSES SKNSATION Another discovery made at ArequiCaiIIIa Tlttina Onn nltirnva on fl tl pa Is that what Is called tho "Magel' Mayor Curley, of Boston, and his how to spoil a word In the dictionary lanic cloud" is 660,000 billion miles board of censors decided that they If one knows how to spell it in the away from tho earth, Instead of only didn't want any more of Isador Dun- first place so one can find it in the 510,000 billion, as hitherto estimatclassical dancing. can's ed, and that its diameter Is 90,000 dictionary. They objected to her bolshovlst ten-- d billion miles. The distance of the ncles, but more bo to her lack of Washington Herald The money earth from the sun Is a mere inch costume. Coming on the stage drap- tho other follow has Is capital. Get- compared to this 93,000,000 miles. ed in llttlo moro than a red scarf, sho ting It away from him Is labor. "These now discoveries and calcupul.ed It off and shouted: "This Is lations," said Dr. Cronurielln, of red; that is what I nm." She fur TARKlNGTON KNOCKS "SOCIETY" Greenwich Observatory, "ara exther shocked her audience by urging! tremely useful to us, and they help them to read the latest work of Max"Society Is altogether Insipid al- In our great work of mapping out im Gorky, who sho said Is tho real together valuoless. It represents the heavens. years, ago, "Nearly twonty-fl- e hero of tho Husslan revolution. tlmo wasted, apd nothing more. My INCORPORATED always been In the coun- Professor Holden, of the Lick Obheart has agreo that in cases of try. Couldn't bo contented to live servatory, In California, estimated Surgeons Cuts, Burns, nrulses and Wounds much In tho city." Such is tho ver- that there were at least half a milthe first treatment Is most Important. dict of Dooth Tarklngton, America's lion uncharted nebulae to be discovered. It will therefore bo seen that t When an efficient antiseptic is greatest novelist. these two thousand aro but a frac promptly, there is no danger of tion of the number still to be locatinfection and tho wound begins to (SETS PEACE COS i'EST PRIZE ed." heal at once. For use on man or beast, Borozone Is tho Ideal antisep4 The Seabury sisters, of New Bedtic and healing agent. Duy It now ford, Maso., founders of tho national REMAKK COST DOLLAH A WORD. SETTLE KLAN CASE SECRETLY name that looks like a scrambled alr( and be ready for an emergency. Price peace oratorical contest, announce phabet, who had been sent here from "Oh, look at that leg," remarked BIBLE THOUGHTS 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by the that the first prlzo for this yeur's conWashington, told how he had trapped The $200,000 suit ot,Mtss Nelda-Meye- r, m Morris L&verltz, as Miss County Drug Co. Ohio For This Week ot Houston, Tex.,' against tha more than a dozen victims In Clarkstest was won by Clarence V, Hlckok, Gladys Edwards, magazine writer, burg by the use of a little brown ball. Knights of the Ku Klux Klan was seDIble ThoashU memorised, will prove a of McMlnnvllle, Ore., a student at passed him In Central park, New pneMa Heritage in axicr years. V1KWS OF INTKKEST TO WOMEN tho Oregon Agricultural college. He explained that he would go Into cretly settled out of court. It origiYork, one breezy day. The blushing . a place suspected ot being a "blind nated in an alleged warning sent by woman blew a whistle and had Lever-U- z LY3LVX AIUJOTT DIRS. Dallas News We reckon tho lady tiger," purchase a couple ot drinks, the Klan to Miss Meyer In which her arrested. Ho was compelled to pay glgElo much from Georgia wouldn't TAKE NO THOUGHT: Take no put them Into his mouth as tho gulp- character was defamed. Sha 'sail, Dr. Lyman Abbott, of New York, $5 fine for his Indiscretion. over being called tho sonlor senator. thought, saying, What shall we eat? ing them down, place a handkerchief that she was pledged to secrecy and--. well-knoclergyman and writer, or, What shall we drink, or Where- over his mouth as tho wiping It and could not divulge the particulars but Pharaoh I need moneyl SomeToledo Dlade Squa3h pie Is ono died at the age of 87. His career as body must cough upl withal shall we be clothed? For your suck the "evidence" from bis mouth she was perfectly satisfied with Is remembered chiefly for ye into the little brown ball, which Is nrtlclo of food that no hoiuewlfe a minister Ameroth Alas, sire! The coffers heavenly Father knoweth that dares to desecrate with maonna!se hii work at tho Plymouth church aro all empty. have need of all .these things. Mat- made of rubber. The agent gave a where he remained for 12 yoars as demonstration of his devterity and ELECTED TO dressing. 6:31,32. thew tho successor of Henry Ward Beech-e- r. TEXAS LEGISLATUKK- WISDOM AND UNDERSTANDING: amazed the commissioner, lawyers Prison Visitor (sympathetically) edltor-In-chlot the Ho was Capper's Weekly Our first wowisdom? and and witnesses. None could detect Whence then cometh Now, my good,' man, what brought 40 years and Mrs. Edith E. Wllman3, well known, man for foreign diplomatic scrvlco Outlook for nearly you here? where is the place of understanding? this filching of the evidence until he has been chosen, but they are all gained wide reputation aa a journal Behold, the fear of the Lord, that Is disclosed the little ball In the hand- lawyer of Dalla3, Tosas. is the first Convict Mistaken confidence. ist. diplomats at hom. Prison Visitor Really, in whom wisdom, and to depart from evil Is kerchief. After supposedly drinking woman to sit In tho state legislature. the "evidence," he could smoke ri ci Her opponent at the poles had been understanding. Job. 28; 20,28. woro you deceived? Yesterday morning when we met a- member pf Washington Star The appointJhat body for 12 years. 1 SONS OF GOD: fts maily as garette with such ease as to battle thought I For Convict Myself. Williams on tho 8.13 wo asked -- --"V tho senato re- Dill ment of Mrs. Felton to " Tele- are led by the Spirit of God, they are all beholders. ..U could run faster. London was now. Shy Suitor I ef really couldn't mains but a gesture a gallant one If anything graph. the sons of God. Romans 8:14. "I dono," said Bill slowly. "D'Jo Miss Flirty Jack, that man at thd llvo without you, Nancy, Y6U aiar and altogether admlrrblo, but yet THE TEMPLE OF GOD: Know t tho attachment George you at ye not that ye aro tho temple. ot God, fifth table hasn't taken his eyes oft the er Very bfeath of my life. Majory Mother, were practical oftfet save the hear about without put on his car?" Nancy Oh, Regime--! (Have yoir breaking' of tho Ico In tho matter of Acker Just had home when I was born? and that the Spirit of God dwelleth mo since we came in. "No." wo said, "what's it for?" ever tried holding your breath? Her Escort How do you know. No, darling, I was stay- in you? In the senate, a consumMothor a woman 1 Corinthians 3:16 "Two hundred dollars," said BUI. ing with grandma In the country., s. London mation eventually certain. Teach me to do thy Boatori Transcript. TEACH ME ' Motor Life. ' m you awful- will; for thou art my God; thy spirit Marjory Well, wasn't t "Ethel, where did you get this .Visitor (In editorial romos What ly surprised when you heard about is good; lead mo into the land ot upOhio State Journal There is Mrs. AUlen I sse you havo a new perfectly shocking book?" do you use that blue pencil for? today about tho woit?. rightness. Psalms 143:10. X nothing pitiful cook, Is sho experienced? "At the corner bookstoM, maina ' Editor Well, to make a long stoman who works. Sho is rather a Now I WISDOM OF GAMILIE: I believe so. Sho Mrs. Rakeraann "Do you suppose he has another ry short. It's to er make a Ions-stormost triumphant being and her started the first day by coming late say unto you, refrain from these men, copy?" Judge. short. Boston Transcript. sreatest troublo at tho outset of her and then asking tho afternoon oft. ajid let them alone; for If this couu- many -career Is to decide which of th& fsel or this work bo ot men, it "will Boston Transcript., For Infants and Children things open to her she will choose. come to nought; but it It bo ot God, . can roallzo how you In Use Only tho do Over Music Teacher What JUG3 Years je cannot overthrow it; lest haply yo 3DC3C great tho chango has been In ono gen- mean, Miss Juno, by speaking of Dick Always bears be found even to fight against God. the eration. Wagner, Ludle Boethoven, Charlie Acts 5:38,39. Signature of 4 REWARD IS SURE: Tho Lord Is Gounod and Fred Hnndol? NEWSPAPER VIEWS Pupil Well, you told mo to get with you, while ye be with him, Be with the great composers. You don't seem very yo strong therefore, and let not your familiar Customer Washington Star History Is nn "When I feel stupid, get constipated, or bilious, I take a good dose or . hands be yeak; for your work shall quick at riguros, my boy? explain In books how ono effort to Hewitt Do you think long hair two of 2 Chronicles 15:2-7- . and it sets me straight," writes Mr. George J3. bo rewarded. Newsboy I'm out o' practice sir . fight aftor another got started. makes a man look Intollectunl? Haislep, of R. F. D. 2, Columbia, S. C. "It cleanses the liver and I feel You see, moat of the gents say, 'Keep VOTE TO A1IOL1S1I LONG SKIItTS Jowltt Not when hft wifo finds It tho change" London s. all right, and have not used any other medicine as I do not see the need tm Kansas City Journal A trip lhat on his coat; It makes him look fool of it. 1 am a guard at the Stee Reformatory, and have been for three formorly took two hours now can ho ish. Now York Journal. Tho convention of New York woHubby Did you get No rah to or more years. When I first heard of mado in 20 minutes, declares the men's clubs, representing, 300,000 clean tho spot out ot my now suit? ILLITERATES DENIED VOTE Muskogee Phoenix. Tho rest of tho Wlfoy No, I did it myself. Poor membsrs, voted unanimously to wear 3d Tho Now York constitution as re- girl, sho can't bear tho umoll of gas- skirts no longor than soven inches tjmo can be spent In looking for a cently amended requires nil new vot- oline since tho chauffeur Jilted her. BLACK-DRAUGH- T place" to park tho car. from tho ground. The. delegates ers to bo able to read and write In Judge. urge womon everywhere to free themCapper's Weekly Just when the English. Tho provision will bo carselves from the senseless fad of wearLiver Medicine Film Star How much will jou ing long skirts which they claim only silly season was almost over a Syra- ried Into effect by giving local eleccuse man sued a widow for breach of tion officials power to ask now vot- charge to get me my divorce.? and the good medicine it was, I had been having a tired feeling when cairy dirt and germs into the home. Lawyer If you'll' agree to let mo ers to read and wrlto an extract from promise. 3a I'd get up in the morning. I would be stiff and sore, and had a slimy, tho state constitution before they are handle all your divorce suits for the "SLICK" DRY AGENT bad taste in my mouth, but didn't think so much of it till I began to feel FOXES BARTENDERS Washington Post With tho senato admitted to tho polls. Tho law also next 10 years, I'll make you u spe-cstupid and didn't (eel like eating then I knew I needed medicine. ,It prlco. Life. adjourned It seems like world peace provldos for tho issuing of literacy was then I began and I felt all made over, ready for any Clarksburg, W. Vu., Nov, 11. The certificates from schools by tho at anyway. LONGEST STRIKE ENDS interesting Information was bi ought aa kind of work, ready to cat and sleep. So, for any return of this trouble, BB tmont ot education, Ships that out at a hearing before George Harry I take Nqvforic Virginia Pilot and for 25 years It has been my medicine, and I METEOR KILLS FISH With tho death ot Albort Parmeter Oordon, Federal Court commissioner, never touch bore.' touch liquor shall wouldn't be without it at all. My work is constant. I am on my feet a The water was turned warm by a ot Hurllnctou, Iowa, tho longest in which Samuel SlovenBky, Baltl-mor- o lot. 1 am out of doors, and fresh air and ht are all the Family meteor which fell Into a small lake strike on record came (o an end. H street merchant, was charged Piedmont , Greqnvllla medicines 1 need. I recommend it to others for I know it is good." Lake City, Mich. A party ot went on strike 34 years ago when ho with celling moonshlnowhlsky, that skeletons aro kept In the papers now near g enhunters who say they saw tho motoor was pilot of an old prohibition agents, liku magicians', Instead of closets. fall reported that they found a large gine on a western railway and ho aro working hereabouts with a whole in J87 of dead fish floating on tho continued to draw strlkd pay until bag ot tricks. A prohibition agent, 3QE3B 1a Rochester Herald Tho baseball number DExan n ca n rs a uncaon boi I'trlfTiitSBBaBaa his drath. Arm nlan by birth, and having a union, and water a few minutes later. players are organizing i ir demonstrator. Tor sov.ral weeks I JiiBt seemed to bo right on the verge of nervous prostration. It was almost useless for mo to retire at night or go to the table at meal tlm, as I could' neither eat or sleep to do much good. I was subject to bursting headaches I Philadelphia Record Wonder If anybody still cherishes as a relic one of thoso overall suits everybody was threatening to wear this tlmo three years ago? ... ...... 1 -- ft I Tho discovery has been mado by Harvard University astronomers who at are carrying out observations Arequlpa, Peru. They havo also taken the photographs. These budding' suns are reported as "nebulae," which Is tho astronomers' name for faintly glowing patches of light which aro found at by In space enormous distances means of powerful telescopes. Several thousands have already been mapped. Only two aro vlsiblo to the naked eye one In tho sword-handl- e of Orion and tho other in Androm eda. The nebulae are In the fprm of whirling spirals of what looks like luminous vapour. It Is supposed that they condense. In the course ot ages, into suns, and in tho process throw off pieces that condonso more' rapidly, being smaller, and so become planets. Our own solar system Is believed to have been formed For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IIT STOCK. If You 1 have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ap-pl- cd r 17- - et ' Tit-Bit- CASTOR fA For old-time- rs 30 k "Slimy. Taste" ., Black-Draug- ht Tit-Bit- i T ... al de-p- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Ulack-Draug- wood-burnin- Sold Everywhere. &nm. WASHINGTON GflHMENT' alUth ! Tho United Slates Government Is g whole iioartodly In tlie school for Its own bentflt. At Wost pBint ts ns fin? n university for train-ix- z young men ns the educational busl-nrs- At Annapolis Is Its Knows. tfwplicate, wavo as the' Navy noeds ttiTIox from llioso of tho Army. MiTlrt 3biI ysyrmology of tho country; such men, so trained, and only such men, cwald properly carry on the business of jib nifljassy or legation. There "are literally hundreds of Arrar d Navy schools for training tie. enlisted man ' th,s lnat nd thrtotht'Tirado and profession. "Will om" one who knows kindly jplala why. If the United States trained anen in Army, Navy, IMjilomntlc Corps, and can only ami maln-tainZft flicm with special schools t produce them, It does not also ncud trained thinkers, business jbhh, professional moil, and teachers, vslu enn lie. should be, trained. In a rv'stlojud University, maintained by tie miled State3 Government?! in J7nclefia.m knows what he needs an Aims- mUlcer. Navy officer, diplomat; and proceeds to get what he iwtfds. If lie also knows what he Rente in Government official, lawyer, judge, and ordinary citiit'n, why shouldn't he extend Ills jsibllc school system fur enough ttfinduae a National College tor morals, rustoms, language, history. It men properly educated can not irat fur Om Army or tho Navy from, any elstinc schnol or college, except Itself. rti which Jt maintains forlong ago The Diplomatic Service Hint it was absolutely aUcovM-rmaintain schools In various eoanlrlp to which young American mun might be sent, and In jcn Vhey could learn the manners, The rwison tho Government Tnnlvers'ltie has tbesowa Is because cHte ntU ul - teach-er,iUB- M Am-eric- as citizens? There aTe being grained In tho fonrthi Olstrkt ot the United states comprising the TTfiprans. Buii-auof Maryland, Viiglnla, "Vest Stales Trrgiala, and District ol columnist, rnnn? than 5,000 disabled Th training includes law, medicine, asxicnllura, engineering, and various . iifiritr nifdjanlual trades, and there are 1DH taking courses from pri- vate. IntoTS. Of lQtt men trained by the bureau in this; flistrlct, selected at random Jram thoho who graduated, the aver-ac- e wage was $110 a month, pre-irwhite toe, averago wage since training has brea $175. This, to ttno practical work and worthy of the highest commendation. lBfloDhtpdb- - there have been many men hardships suffered ny dne to loo much red tape, bureaucrats, and 'the curse ot this, our too many subdivisions of attSiKritr. but In spite of these things. Te ilo, now and thon, succeed is acconipIiJdilng something for those ecr whom we owe bo much. There of "ta "no joy In life compared to that success; there is no proof attaining earning ni' rucccss like increasing Bureau can power. Tf the "Veterans sturaise, the uftrntng Jiower of Its dents, it raises the level of humans, Anier-fcUttuwlutes, and of all young ick, Injured, and maimed mir veterans most deserve hap world-wa- r piness. ar Gov-emmt- V- - WdMANTO"SPRlNT FOR SENATE SEAT He- Atlanta. Ga.. Nov. IB. aire. appointed Latimer Felton. b folraited States sonator ad Interim WatE. io Ibk the death of Thomas son, and Walter F. George, elected of at the polls In tho geiurol election are planning to go to Washexington for tho convening of the to of Congress, according tra wlon to- information made public her' ulKhr. Ca -airs. Fullon. at her home in hor Intention of tersrtlto. nnnonncod expecroIdb to Wahhlugton with the of the because tation of being beated probable delay in the Issuance of Mr. GioTgo'ii commission, , while Mr niltcatd in advices frpm hisat Vienna that he would arhome nf obtaining his would Mbwlnn. armed with which ho tho national capimi. iiiucml tu Secriaary f Stato Mcl.omlou. Goorgo's liauyivir. ho must sign Mr. wtd attach thereto tho ca.wl5loa seal u the atato, awaited the Hardwlck return I Oovornortogethor the fromn YorV to call Vr, hoatd. conflating ot tho and compsecretary of Htato purposo of troller jsonoral, for tho tho result of the general .lectortnir 7 as accessor to Mr. Wut-,wubo- uic rlra. in Atlanta tomonow witucoin- - ?. rl - ..,vn can-vafl- gov-HrM- Until llnil Is dono," Seorpta,ry nssertud today, "I Co not v,n JuJga GeorEo'8 commission, or -Mc-l.nd- said that If called on cy order postofflec, any Federal He- - ers, and holders of maturing certlfl-scrv- o Bank or Branch, or the Trens cates aro urged to present their his Institution may increaso Its loan Banking Insti-- . Certificates so far as posslblo thru to 11,500,000. This would bo done, ury at Washington. he explained, by the banks In the tutlons generally will also handle .their own banks, and trust compa-thes- o (By I. D. Claire) , transactions for their custom nles. country districts taking loans and The Incident Is a little mossy with redlscountlng them with the National " ago now. but still I must mention Bank of Kentucky. -- e that I saw recently a real, the fact HAM) KXOIJ Mr. Coolldge. It live uv mat siwure n " may not appear Mr. J. Stowart of near Mt. Plcas- event of marked importance, but ask nnt,Io3t all of his tobacco crop and foltho old politicians nmUconventlon nqprly all of his corn crop when his Not A tack -- Not A Natl low era how many barn burned Sundny night. I have seno three they have seen W. Taylor visited Mr. nnd Mrs.-C- . presidents, and a number of , Taylor's mother, Mrs. Ella Tayand Mr. like Blaine, Bryan etc., but Calvin was the first lor and uncla 'Allen Sandefur, SunHughes day. .Are made withvice to cross my vision. Master Oscar Clay, son of Mr. and out a tack or diphtheria nail; of the softI saw a presentation, weird and Mrs. Arthur Havens, has Miss est, toughest M'Cauley's Miss Ertua -- Davis visited ghostlike, of McBeth, at night. leather known, the other night, and while witness- Coldie White Saturday on broad, sensigrasp and Mrs. Terry Wostcrfleld Mr. ing it recalled the marvelous m ble, improved Saturday night with 3f a human mind that could project of Wysox, spent Uiti the moit Mrs. V. Cook and perfect cliild'n !iC itself Into distant centuries of man- their daughter, c vcr made The one kind. What was the secret of this Mr. Cook. chx a child of Mrs. Logan Bradley and children, old master? It is the secret . Moses, ol Mable and Lon. ot Beaver Dam. are Buddah. of Mahomet, of Buy "nilliken" parents, at PREFER HOME TO BUSINESS Confucius and ot Christ. Not a new visiting Mrs. Bradley's Shoes and let the children romp and itul novel Invention, strange rind cu Cromwell. spent Most Women Who Quit Their "Jobs't play to their licTt'i Misses Ova and Nova Loach rious and not understandable to fucontent without anDo So With a View to Be. ture ages, but an assembling and Saturday .night and Sunday with noyance to you, incoming Wive3. Smith. nutting Into order and system the ac'j jur)" to the home or dUcomfort to Master Clcatls Havens, son of Mr. experiences and aspiraIn normal time, twenty out of ev- cumulated ages ot men. These and Mrs. Nute Havens is suffering-froery one lui'iOreil persons piijmkc.I In tions of former ThTjjfnwinp foetol children are easily irritated byjtiffei'cT a painful accident which hapguiuful (H'cupatlons In tho United who have impressed them-elve- s UllllUcn" Shoe are n.ade by specul-it- s or narrow enoej. of to- pened Monday, when a wagon, heaStates arc women. At' pie.enfr It Is indelibly on the world In the largest jIitc factor)- - in the world, dc valid excluone believed that eight million women ntid day built their enduring structures vily loaded with corn, passed sively to the manuf.Kture of .Children's High C.idc F.'ioct. Klrls are at work and that n fourth out of material already hewn and wheel oyer his body. It Is thought The soles on "Bll'ikcn" ShAea are Pure Oak Flexible more will be when industry reaches Leather the soften and most pliable leather knonn, bcin 5 and ready for the master he Is not'Serlously Injured, however especially prepared to withstand hard service. The absence normal condition. This Invasion of mortised Mrs. Brill Baize who was called cf nails, taclcs, etc., prevents the children scarring the floors women .applies to almost every Held of architect. Cm5) V to ( the bedside of her father, who end furniture. The soft solej render the shoes noiseless. enterprise. o'f October, at Flexible aolcs make them a comfortable as a moccasin. The Yet these figures take no account best bit or news In thi3 old passed away the 2Sth The durable feather makes, them as lasting as a man's heavy shoes. ot the vastly greater number of women-- sheet last week was the brief but Spring Lick. Is very sick and unable And lhc arc extremely ()iiah. who are not classed ns in "gainful pithy account of Fluke's preparation to) return to her homo: occupations" yet perform the ilatural Let Us. Show You "nilllkcns". for h& trip South. I think I can y fuiu-tlot-i of women liimie making. clearly detect the Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, pt the The woman who N a home maker may or feet requires a powerful author, but that adds to rather than hands, not be able to eount ber income In In It. remedy that will penetrate the flesh. ns iiceurntely si the other, who detract from inv interest 4 Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses u llxed salary, yet she is In a draws & ot wlntar has sent that power. Flubbed In where the gainful occupation nevertheless. Her The approach 'Jewels" may be her sons and daugh- the prfie of butter anit eggs away pain is felt Is all that Is necessary to ters and her reward umy be less llnan-elu- l, up, but as the price of moonshine Is relieve suffering and restore normal lint ulie has It In the atlsftictlon considerably reduced the cost ot liv- conditions. Price .70c, 60c and of having done n woman's part In rear$1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio ing will bo about tho same. ing a family. It does not fall to evm Connty Drug Co. ery woman to glvt- - Mich service, but Buddy MePheag says the way to to whomever it is given t be a wife world-wid- e and mother the reward Is not less bring abaat universal, though It is expressed In different .imi enduring peace Is so simple that WAR SAVINGS STAMPS been at-- j terms. MAY BE EXCHANGED: he wonders that It has not ' That the position of home- maker Is tended to a long time ago. "1 i the natural desire of women Is shown simple," says he, "for; (Statement by Secretary Iellon) I .,,i.i bn so in that about aw many htep out of a constitutional Tlie Treasury announces Its plans. "gainful occupation'" annually as en- all nations to adopt war, and handling the War pavings Cer-- J ter them. Thus for must women such amendment prohibiting thought ir employment is but temporary In con- yet nobodr seems to haare rlffcates of the series of 191S, which j templation of marrbige. That ho many about It.!" mature on January 1. 1923, to thet are wilting to exchange salaries for amount of about $525,000,000. Forj the home Is proof which occupation in human U is a curious, trait the convenience ot holders of these appeals with more force to women. accustomcharacter that people once C rtlf testes the Treasury is offering, Marion Star. vrlll endure ed to life In a large city First, for their special facilities. the most Painful privations In new Treasury Sav- SEEK JEWELS LONG HIDDEN the than exchange Into tho rather midst of the multitude Certificates, with provision for In the Injss luxnry enjoy comparative Dismantling of Famous London House some advance exchanges Beginning Novom- -I There seems to be country. ber 15. 1922, nnd second, special Revives Story of a Scandal strange Intoxication In the crowde facilities for cash redemption on and of Many Year3 Ago. can t atmosphere that one Imbibed ac- -. after January 1, 1923, with provision so There is no necessity for any se- never lfe uhaken off. To one for presentation in advance for ren crecy now if the builder at present cuHiomeu.. ...-i,.r. u - strange dlsllfce demption ns of that date. farm. with tearing down and rearranging the Inof the isolation ot the Postofflco and Banking Institu.had- let lor of u house In a ami i. i.i stretches ot fields nn(' iirMocmtlc quarter In London come hayiiclis, tions throughout the United States owy outlines of barns and rec Ivo fnll Information ns to upon a wealth f Jewel-- t and Jewelry. to which auy will Some I line ago litis maimlon was a sort ot lonesomenovs tho provisions for redemption and exbought by a war profiteer, after having city wretchedness is preieraoie change, and will be In a posltton to 0-t- " hecft the town house of u landed famextend all possible assfstanco ta their ily for ninny generations, customers. TOBACqO BODY Somewhere within iho walls ot a DARK Beginning November IB. 1922, room which was tho boudoir of one RAISING FINANCES Homers or iuia vvur savings ueruu-- i of Its chatelalui'H lies not only n small ,Mcates can exchango them at maturity fortune in prceious stones and ) (Courier-Journal.some heirlooms of a work, hut Kentucky, value foe Treasury Saving? Certifiducal family. The chatelaine was very Tho National Oank of Union Hank cates dated January 1. 1923, and tit lovely, but by no means strolMueed. ...i.im. uriti! the Citizens tho saniu time can get advance payDae afternoon, when visiting u friend, iubicrlbi.1 U.26O.000 for tho use of. ment of any cash difference- by takdied Maidenly. Hor husband had she of tho Darit iouwu nf Treasury to mombors her boudoir shut up and refused Association, may In- ing the largest amount have any heareh made for tho Jewels, should Savings Certificates that their War by $500,000 wltfih It then Iiuemne known she bad creaso its Pledge such ac Savings Certificates tnfcn at maturiducal' lover, later developments warrant been leeeiving from her ty value, will cover. who was now much embarrassed by Hon. it was loamed yesterday. Kxchango after. January 15. 1923 reason of certain of them being heirA total oUl.GOO.OOO has Willi any necessary cuhii uiijuswiivui n Western looms In his family. by 100 'banks ,.,,, .nr(td Tuesday will bo made as of tho elate ot .. Not for three generullons, and on a ji w o Kentucuy, : Holders will not bo ablo to dlhttint branch of tho aggrieved Inn- . ,......!. 'Phi. flcuro Includes the 1 u.a. v mako cash redemption of tho certifiband's fnmlly Micceedlng to tho prop- - ) - ,.,i!vtiie instl. and , aid given oy erty. wus the boudoir cates berore maturity but beginning Novomher in, 1922, may present them Kentucky nothing resulted. Tho fair lady's cache Tho Natioual llanlc of In advanco for redemption as ot JanClt-th- e remained undiscovered. If nnd when 'agruCa to loan $1,000,000 and tho 1 $200,000. uary 1, 1923, and In that uvont will heirlooms come to light again It ns Uniou National Bank 1, luwjers will profit by . ..,-if.PIs certain the vice nresideut of receive on or about January , , Ketucky. said 1923, checks payable to their order the wntngllng for possession of them. redemption -C- hicago Journal. !2u!l. iSd will b. drawn on within covering the War Savings value. CertifiItegistered tubaqco Is plodged Tho open Beason for quail huutera thirty days. Tho e cates must he presented to tho lOUUS. wan imlmrnil In In tliln Knrtlnn bv linhtnil the where registered, but unregisto- having Tho Financial Committee of the ideal woathor. n good tered certificates will be received for ailop during tho day and night pro- - bacco association expects banics in redemption or exchuuge at any utou- Mr. tho aark nclt to rals.. $3,000,000 vlous. finfll ;' ruma have been an--M- d Itr tho fcojrd of thre- - and deplaned then " Fourteen re to make returns of coun'lea Ulll liallcU cast November 7. it wis stated today. it furring 'to a telegram received today by Miss Myrtlo White, executo Governor Hardwlck, tive directing her to call tho canvassing board togather in his name and deliver to them the aonatorlat election returns so the-- other two mombors of the' board in his absence could declare tho result, Secretary McLendon took the position that the governor was without authority to take sueli action Srrrotiiiy Italics. 'Governor Hjrdwlck, who appointed Mr J. Felton as ad Interim Sensor U In New York on hl3 vacation, tn a statement' yesterday he said Mrs. Felton's term ended on tha day of the election, November 7, and it has been stated that before leaving and signed he prepared Vtlar.U George's commission Ssaator-eieitong with his letter of credentials, ind the governor's executive secretary, It was stated today, was ready to complete the commission By upon It the, signature of the secretary of state and the groat soal i of the state. declared, McLendon Secretary however, that he could not sign tho -ommlsslon until the formalities of th law had been complied with. "I can not call tho canvassing board together," he said. "Tho comptroller general cannot call It together. but the governor can call It The governor Is not here. Hierefore, the board can not meet ' mtl! his return." ipcitir tf.' 'h A great teil of tho snd J iliflnlto .cnator l no elected tins taw ' lr Second Annual Sale of Southern and Polled Durham Cattle and 50 Big Type Poland China Sows, Boars and Gilts! Good Steers are high. Good Bulls can be secured here at bargain prices. Feed is cheap. Why not raise the profitable kind? Government figures show purebred hogs beat scrubs 39.3 per cent as money'makers. This is the greatest lotsof sows ever offered in Western Ky. Double the value of your corn by using our type of hog. Sale will be held at our farm, 2 miles north of Glen Dean, and 8 miles South of Hardinsburg, Nov. 25, 1922. Good train service. Good road for autos. Free conveyance to and from farm. Free lunch at noon, come and spent the day with us and see what we are doing in the production of better livestock. COL. IGLEHEART, Auctioneer. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. For further information address, W. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Angennsler ct vlce-prsshje- ts Billiken Shoes tool-for- No-jo- X e.. ( fib out-gru- -$ Mfss-Mari- W ear-mar- ks tlol-:ir- .s Cooper Brothers Beaver Dam, Ky. - PUBLIC - well-know- n SALE 1 V ON gold-smltli'- x Saturday, Nov. 25 I will - -er-,- sell to the highest bidder my -- . I . dwelling house, store building and lots, two good work horses, fine work "and brood mare, one mule 6 months old, farming implements, some lumber.store fixtures and safe. Also some household and kitchen furniture. Sale at my home, Smallhous, at o'clock P. M. Post-offic- R. B. BROWN. I