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The Hartford republican: November 24, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922112401_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: November 24, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, to the ravages of disease, Sunday,' Novombr 19, at tho Western Kan- -i tuctcy Hospital, Hopklnsvllle. Duo to in attack of kidney and other pbvslcaj troublo Mr. Stewart's mental condition becaino had some weeks ago and ho was suit to tho Stato Arylum for care and treatment, hut his condition grndually grew worse. Mr. Stewart was nlways a highly honored and esteemed citizen, nnd until his rccnt disability was a valuable asset to tho community In which ho resided. Resides Ills wife he is survived by six daughters and two son. to Tho remains wore conveyed Cromwell, his home, and funernl ser vices hold at tho Qreen River Baptist CIlurcll wUore hurlul took placo at o'clock. Tuesday afternoon, in the of nresonco of a lnrce KatherlnK friends nnd relatives. Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV MR?. FUTON FIRST WOMAN II. S. SENATOR Subscription $1.50 per tYfc FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 24, 1922. - NUMBER 22 70 mm KILLED Sunday with her cqusln, Miss 52ola CAREER IN SENATE Unv T)n8,Cy( of A,0Xal1(,rIa neighborhood. M,M CBlUo,a Fisnc,.f or Evan8. J vllle, n of Miss Trapped; Fire Follows Miss Cleon Augusta Genung be- - Ver8a Ind., who' isB1)entguest f6w f,nv1 Brief Speech Applauded;, 480 Victory Rewards Efforts Of . Newcomb. camo the bride of Mr. McDowell AdBlast In Alabama Georwook wth Mra J w iMahaney 87 Year-ol- d "Is Happiest Woman" dington Foglo Wednesday afternoon, nnd JIr jiah.mey, Disaster gia Lady, She Says. November 22nd. at four o'clock. Mrg w p Newcomb ant, Mr v nuptial ceremony, witnessed by famlly wcr0 gnet,8 of Mr- - anJ Mw Tho only a few Immediate relatives of tha w j Aloxandrla( SuntUJ-- . Illrmlngham, Ala., Nov. 22. Sev- bride and groom was performed by, Mlss Travlsit of Washington. Nov. 21. Mrs. W. II. "Washington, Nov. 22. Versa Ncwcomb entertained enty miners wore killed and sixty the Rev. Charles Henry Prathcr, pas- - . Folton, of Georgia, took tho oath of ,. American woman Senator, Tho first nIim,ier nf .... vmlnl?nr Bnp,n, Mrs. W. If. injured, some of them seriously In a tor of the I3ardstown Road Presby-teria- n oiflce toilny as the first woman Unitat her home, in this vicinity, last Sat- Folton of Georgia closed her Senadust explosion in Dolomlto mine numed States kt'i:ator4 church, nt his home, 2014 urday evening, in honor of her guest torial career today after answering ber 3, of tho Woodwnrd Iron Co.,. Alta Ave., Loulsvlllo. It wns true that her term probaMiss Capltola Fisher, of Evansvllle, once to her name nnd making a brief. tho nlr.o milts from this city this afterbly will only bo for n day, hut The brlflo Is a daughter of Mrs. Indiana. .addross amid applause of Senators . I. ll.o noon which trapped 4 SO workers Mary El Genung, horn and reared in ceremony crownc. T.T .......... "; 1 Mr nnrl Mrtf Q T,i TIorAntf ' nf nnd annpttitnfa year um iu, ' "- '.. . beneath tho surface, according to au i Mn Aii.anv in,i . Rhn la n nninmiiri '. ....... offorts the elguty-scve- n Hartford, snent .. " Jloimav anrt Tiies - 'ierr . ueorc?. thnn wna anm.., i. .....i tho path for oinciai statement issued nere tonignt type of lady nnd cultured, a register Iday of this week with lhair daugh- - Mrs. Folton became a had made to "blaze former Senator . iiif D. E . iMiii'nn in u, American womanhood" In tho Benato ..oU,., t ritniiiineii nr run l v"o,i nurse. Having graauaieu wun mo - Mra . . pnmnn ,Un .1 Mr l.nkn.' after nn nrf.mi ,.. .-. w mw. , (V.U ui incut. , " ...... i . . . ...... ... v" .,.,, .,...,. i cias3 curses .. ,hi, . ... me .,... ard it was indicated, that she wouldj oi mil irom two hours and twonty-fiv- o ' minutes, .. . ' 1. in Ul.l. iniiiii.1 biunuuu, Iio ooaum- - Traininc Hcuooi.. . ........ uuy ... , MUs Versa Newcomb was to step aside tomorrow in h- - content L.0U1SV1UO lies-""" "I feel like tho happiest woman in Ow- lug chnrgo of policing tho districts pHal slnCQ wh'ch tmo sho has been favor of Walter F. George, who wns IUdALLU UKUWfcKO i In tho United States today," said Mrs. unsoor0( last Wednesday. 7 us her successor j" surrounding tho mouth of tho pit to- - constantly engaged In her profes- ELECT DELEGATES elected Novrmber Felton in her address, which sho de, night and It was stated that martial g01)i During practically two years', to fill tho unexpired term oi i livered standing in tho center aislo-a-nd conges- - of MADE TO '"'sht be called to nvoid inntor Wntf-onThe election of last Friday, of del- tho tnj0 slnce her graduation she THREAT emphasizeihwlth waving gestures K1I.T. n.F.MF.MiT.F.AII of her white-glove- d It wns to tho vacnucy caused by ins nnntp in rniil ..,, .Ohio Countv. tlon about the mine owIng,to the In- - wi.s onensed in Hartford, where she hands. Sho addwas appolnt-- j 1)ark Tp,,acco Growers flux of tho curious. l,.ath that Mrs. .Felton Is quite wMl known .and has many ad ed that 3he regarded her brlof serMr. Wilson staUd that the more m',rjng rrl nd3. And here It was ..on., ,;c SaylllK September to servo until the Assocatlon cd last tho district meeting Too Much Ai,ut vice as Senator as "a historical ffcl" j ,leU, Kcvember elections. on tho followlns day In Cal- -' seriourly Injured miners had been that tho friendship began which rip-- 1 Our Country Ainlpnnun" as well as a "romantic incident." ' Tho seating of Mrs. Felton nt- hm(n( rcsue(, ln thu Bfiocu0n of T. removed to a liospltal at ncssei.icr, cned nt0 thnt otner highe); state. l.ftt- rtefprring to herself as "an old to tho senato which H innck Hartford; Oscar L. Shultz,1 near tho sceno of th& accident. .1 a crowd more enduring and altogother Irresis romnant of tho South," Mrs. Felton or Survivors. grceiuu Narrows; Walter Midklff and Henry Stories tj))lo havlnK its final culmination In r' Tailed that which liati New York, Nov. 22. The police said she had never wavered in her According to one of tho first the event of Wednesday. President Harding a short time bo- aroor of tho Magan and Ilalph coun-- ! escort nssicned to Georces CI.jmui- - i rmtrlntlcm nn,i Ihnt tho Rornto r.,tM . minors to bo taken out alive, the ,. foro at the house where he addressed Air ' r'ncl.R Is the only son of tho i - .. .i..., h i.i u, i .1.1. i... .. ao rU!ll assured. mai. BflB. ... i. .. . going" W8S "noi , . Wllh' HltlA tvnmlnp- . . ... ..." was "D late .Mr. ana wra, jcesu a. rBi-- - ,loubitd this afternoon when the Tl- '" "" W1 ci tigress In Joint session, r.ml she iirown, Jamos wuners, mi- - .., to disgrace her commission." at onco ohowored wun ciraBramw ram Miller and J. W. Foster, tho This miner stated the first warn- and asde .om the time spent Irt gsr receIved a ietter threatening his Several times Senators broke into .. Wnri,i w ', ., t. , received good in ho had .was tho concussion of anorEr,town College from which he ,,", -- i. tlona upon tho signal honor. others nominated, --- v.t.r.m i...u. D"-" , ", , iiummuuoijr "u '"'"" 1T iaubuti i.i .. i.i.... pro- oi..rt.l tn ,n,a gradifated In laii, anu in laio.um -- -. When sho was directed to goes to snow mai ino .i. votes wiiicn The doughty old war Premier, who to her effort to be seated if only for cecd to tho rostrum for tho adminls-- ' ,nombers ar'0 not without interest in his way to the mouth of the mine and th8 university of Kentucky, College came to America in an effort to a day. She was applauded when sho s ' .. i .1... it. n . nfflnn tini- - fnPO . w...- v. ui i.. ' .!. A !. -- "- mlnove . . a or L.aw, irom wnicn ne iwsu Buua.- - strengthen the ties between this coun - i concluded, nnd Senators crowded "' nitimi lne orgnnizaiion. arm oi, Tne deIcgates cho9cn wnt to Cal-- I After they Had proceeded l,rke Into a oinilo. On tho h(s whole ,fe ha8 been spet m try nnd France treated th(J mU8ve al)Qut hef offorl cd conBratuiations. , S nator Harris, of Georgia, and lift- ,oun on foliownB ,lat9. where short distance, shouts of other Hartford He fs high.class and well ilgiltiy. Mr3 Pelton delivered her address ( ins her gown dalntly, sho walked t,,oy parllc,pntcll , the election of miners were heard ahead of them d,5pos..d gentleman, numbering his Col. Stephen Bonsai, designated to cf about five minutes immediately- ' down tho center nlslo and up to tho ()no Dlrcctor. representing McLean nn.l holding their breath as best bjr hIs acaualntances. conduct Clemencesu on hlstour. In- - ner caUinB of tho Senate roll. Sho ,, obIo CoMllHWf Comi5oslng ills- - they could, muffling their faces In v.oo president's desk, where Senator After a sUort brldal trlp Mr. and 8,sred however on taking no chances wng recognized by Senator Cummins Oummlur. of Iowa, president pro tern- - trIct No 19, ,n tho election held coats and clothing, they struggled Mn Fogle wlu be at honw i Hart- - and turned the letter" over to the po- - 0f Iowa, president pro tempore, as pore, was prcsldln;; In tho absenco thor0i G w. nilII of Calhoun was onward, finally winning their way ford -TneJ. wll, reslde ,n the Foglo 1co wUh a roqUest for added prot-- c tije Juior Smator from Georgfa," ' from the city of Vlco President Iu)scn. c. A. UoRers of Owensboro.j to the fresh air and the entry way. homcstead( Walnut and Mulberry tlon and gpoko wUh notcg ,B fcor hand I Those men were, among the flrat'street j CoolldBB. was elected as dlrcctor In District whQn th(J Tor started for the but wlthout onco referrlng to them. ,: I A nu- n,inn.t . Spmitor Cummins motioned for .. . .. in id. aiUMtnn huiii thpr. 'to roach the outside with actual i ..,,. j.u.ouw.. ,;....- -- tn Brother'.. immum - ui vuihiuliuu .... , wucic i.iu nua aiooDinc irom ner dcsk. io mo ceaier news of the terrible aitaation in - pjg,e nnd hIs thnable bride our to d8ver a brlef addrcss this - after - 0f the-- aisle and leaning forward in her to raise her right hand she ex- . . side the uiino. hlhltcd her only sign of unfamiliar!- uW lu.u . ASSOCIATION congratulations anu,sincoresi stooptng posture she spoke- noon he wa3 esc0rtod by a dozen ty with tho proceedings, waving her ASSUHKU OF FINANCES over bodies in the main entry and for Buccess and conjugal bliss thru- - ditlonal motorcycle policemen. somewhat hastily but dearly, every seeing other miners, badly !" out their lives. j of hnnd to Mr. Cummins nnd smiling ns, ' The letter read: word reaching to tho farthest roccs- if receiving a similar salute. Sena- Tnu Dark Tobacco Orowors Co- - lured and moaning for help or col-- ( "Don't you dare saying too much ses of tho chamber. Sbo thankedT as the fatal after-dam- p nudged her arm, however,' nerativo Association, according t0 japains tor Harris cuiiriUSE UlitTHDAY i about our country and Germany. If Senators for their ".hospitable woP" uid she then raised It, gazing Intent- - iatest reports, Is practically assured suutfed out tholr lives GIVEN MK. IEACII you don't heed our advire you will' come" and paid tribute also to the 1y at Senator Cummins as the oath ot ample finances to successfully car- A. J). Joints a Itero. hear bullets" flying about your men of Georgia. Her Stato, sho her re- - ry 0I1 tbe business in a satisfactory W!is delivered and giving A number of relatives of Mr. Leon- - 1)ead A. D. Jones proved a hero. When We are sick of having you said, had been slow to promise wo jponso In a low voice. The seating nuinner. Pledge havo been made'n explosion occurred. Jones gath- - ard Leach, Sr., gave him a surprise .,lle .hn mnfi nf our man suffrage, but "rapid In performof Mrs. Folton had been expected ln by Kentucky. Tennessee and Indiana' ered five whltci miners and fifteen' birthday dinner, Saturday. Nov. 18. ,,conlp ance." Sho closed her address with sona- view of the tacit agreement of iiimis and capitalists In sufficient ppPnBs whn worn wnrklnc near him in imnnr of the 8Gth anniversary of "WORLD WAU VETERAN." a discussion of titty beneficent efInterpose no objection ln tho amount to insure a revolving fund of'a,ld started to lead this party toward that event, at the home of hlsson.Mr.1 tors to fect of the entrance of women into face of possible technical precedents $5,000,000 or more. One Louisville' the mouth of the mine. ! Luther L. Leach, and Mrs. Leach, J.OUI.SVILLE MARKETS political life. ns to her status after the election on ni,nt Tias plodgl U.fiOO.OOO. became so dense.' Hartford, with whom he makes his Tuf after-dam- p Senator George, when ho wont to d nanu 0f Hartford, and Cltl- - Jonos Mdi that ho felt the Journey home. Everyone- brought November 7th of her successor. Hut, Cattle Supply was large but in ns tno 20g- - nank, local Institutions, have to the outside - lmnosslble nnd to- -' baskets of "coodles" and a most rtlttilswl tinn nnitln ltlltnd illrnnt f nntf . tho Vice tPresident's desk to take, thofor a tlmo todny It appoared .. .. v r i i.i ..-- oain. invuea. wrs. reuou i10 laKO nis " .... " ..,., ,.m. . . . " .7 '.. .,. - (nn--" '"-- ""' nhiontinn mht" hit offered nnd " ;. "cu-a moderate number available, arm. but the smilingly declined. At; ,gouier uie nanii oegun 10 iuuko pru- - pieasani uay was sh.h i... " --Ur definite assurance that the oath fulld. We are not apprized bf thoaraon8 t0 die. Gathering about ent. All of Mr. Leach's children Hcst UBht butcher round a fair eali ter her formal retirement from or-would be administered was not fac, to whether other Uanki of.JonoSt they sat down, huddling to - .were present. They are as follows: at ab()Ut steay rfttes. lnedllun and rcmalned on th0 tloor, for reached until ., j Luther L. Leach, and family. Charles the County have subscribed to the ethcr to nwaIt death. knds ,ow and uneven; Jn 8a her It was not until after President f uni. but presume they havo. or will fact suMonly they heard a man's A. Leach and family, Henry Leach fact u,e acUv,t. 0 butcho 8tock senator. She Is to leave on a. Harding had delivered his address do ao Tho pr0spect8, viewed from volco asWg if there were any men and Mrs. Leach. Hartford, and Mrs. C()W trade , canners $2 2.40: night train for her home -. v..w.. ... ovorj uiiBif, ujiiiuui unbi.i ui iu ii.u stlU alive witnin range oi ;ue voice, sue 1'ortor, uou uoy. umer rui.i- - cutters up to $2.75. nulls slow and ton was given her scat. plote sncc.ss of the Asioclatlon. Several of the men answered. Pull tlves present Included Mr. and Mrs. weak. tou5 $4.G0tfT4.75. Good auall- - ltmnv niVAi.s r.or.SR The. principal delay wns due to down your hr'atlces, yelled the voice. Wayne Leach and children, Mr. and ,y stockers !ind feeders found a fair VXWL? OF GOLDEN-EGCIlOMAVKIil an address of Senator Walsh, Deino- "It's all right hero and If you can Mrs. Ulanton Ellis and little daugh- - utk,t. commoll tockors dull and! crat, Montana, in fiipport of her f ter. Virginia J3radfleld, Mr. and Mrs. draggy. Rest milk cows nbout steady,' break thru w& will nil win out." Tacoma. Wash., Nov. 22. A re- A surprise birthday dinner was plalm to tho senate stut. This nd-- i Jones led his men In the work and Hinton Leacii, nanioru, mt, aiui others slow. Few good heavy steers cord price for eggs In this section was dress was not on the urogram of thd given Mr. Warren Shlolds on Nov. 'soon the little band wus safely out- - Mrs. Martin Porter. Mrs. Anna'WIl offered, inquiry light on all classes; established when H. M. Leathers of leaders, and wont Into the precedents. 12, in uonoi oi nia am oirinda). pido ot th0 'mine, having passed thru Hams, of the Rob Roy community,' ,.,,ctwein steer3 especially dull .Fair Woodland sold twenty eggs from many nice presents and th(J involved In tho proposed course nnd. He recelv nmnwnjr t0 mne No 2 and thus and Mr.Martln Crowder, Reaver Dam..c,eiiranco notcd Lnd Jewe.. hls' chnmnlon Whlto at first gavo tho impression that tho ' lots of good things to cat. Those reaching safety. Robert Hlmes and Udemah Uhoads., Calves Mnrkot 50c lower. Rest Leghorn hen. for ?500, Montana senator was opposing Mrs. present were Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Men UlocU PnssjiRcwjiy. Hfirtford. employees of Mr. Luther yeals ?8 50 down medium ''Lady Jewell" laid 315 eggs for lor, Mr. nnd Mrs. Willie Davis and I chlms. Rut later their l. Leach, were also guests. . About thirty men saved common $2 4. tho year ending November 1 at tho twang into strong support of her daughter. Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. lives by blocking a passage way Into! Hogs Market active with prices official contest conduct- declaring that her tltlo was'do'n Drako, Mr. and Mrs. Richard tho mine, "trip" and thereby shut- -' RORA1I MAKES ATTACK ON steady. AU weights brought 8, with ed by tho Western Washington Ex CLE.MENCEAC IN SENATE throwouts 5C.75 dowBi vloar and that granting It should not Davis and son, Clarence, Mrs. Pearl t,J1R off effectuauy M,e ndsonous gasj perlment Station. .. ., ... . im rannlrinrEri a favnr or n chivalrous Tavlor. lr., and, Mrs. T. Davis and UUU, ... ... ... w Ullllt IIIU Ittlia HCUi Sheep and Lambs Trade general-- ! uowona, air.' ,, daughters, Florico and act Washlncton. Nov. 22 Senator ly unchanged. Rest lambs $12 down Mr. and Mrs. Rolllo D. Foreman Tho nddrww of Senator Walsh was and Mrs. Rathol Oglesby, dnughterj the n,ght wore on fr08h crewg uorabi Republican, Idaho, Issued a while choice kinds are higher; sec- - and little son, Fayburn Rarrott, 'of broken by tho Joint session for the; and son. Mattlo and Uuel Cnvarans of statement today declaring that for- onds reJ,iacud tired workers. best $nt shejp $1.50 Narrows, spent a few days In thU president's incssngo which Mrs. Fel- - Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Warron. Mr. ambl,iancCE wended their way along nier Premier Clemonceau of France, down; bucks $2.5033.--' city, last week, as guests of Mr. Foro- War-'th- o (ami Mrs. Roscoo Embry, Mrs. ton attended. nnrroWt crooked road that led now In this country to "tell us that Gniln man's parents, Mr. and Sirs. E. P. After receiving tho oath. Bho ro- - ron Shlolds and Uttlo daughter, Ruth,' trom tho mlno t0 tllQ i,ospjtnl. At Europe Is sweltering In misery." is Current approximate buying prices Foreman. hi .. A. ...,.. 'f1lnm i. nM....t ....... ..uu...u ..11. unum in !.it.i mini uu tlin ...-"- . flMil HTm rt ..u Tilt a PIiakIIa ........ Allfl 10 o'clock, it - was said that it would lumseii tne person ciueuy rcaiiuusi- - carjoad i0t3. " mi. n iu InAV watched the routine procoJdlngs with grandson, Gilbert, Mr. nnd Mrs. R. take until early morning to remove ble for preseut European difficulties.; Mrs. J. W. O'Hannou. of Lawronco- wheat No 2 red. $1.33 1m. .a keen eye until tho ssnnto udjournd. W. Stewart, Mr. nnd Mrs. D. J. Mil "There Is no living man more re-- , waRon wileet 3c hu. less. ' tho Injured and then tho task of ro burg.Tenn., will return homo to'nor Reforo going to tho capltol today lor, Mr. H. M. Hamilton, Mr. Jesse moving the dead would begin. gponsiblo for the-- present misery of Corn jjo. 2 whlto, 77c; No. 2 yel- - row, after spending a week with hor v Mrs. Felton wnt to the White House James. Europe than Mr. Clemonceau." said loW( -- 71,.. No- 2 mxud 7GVjc. 100 Men iu Mim slater, Mrs. It. E. Duke, city, and par- ind paid her respects to Presldonfj Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Warren loft At the company's offlco. It was. the Idaho Senator. "Ho mure than oats No. 2 whlto. 40c: No. 3 ents. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. W. Stewart, Harding. Sho Is expected to bo in for Illinois, Novcmbor 10, to make stnted that out of 475 men who any other man is responsible for tho walte 4510. Cromwell. lier seat ln tho senate tomorrow, but, tholr home. . riii,..,.;,, chocked In for work today. 400 were' impossible and dtstructivo terms 01, 4 "-r" Georgo Tho Stork visited tho homo of Mr.ndor Rround When tho explosion It If. understood Senator-eleVersailles Treaty. Mr. ynd Mrs. Leon H. Bishop, city, In tho late dealings corn shared Iu . r. .1.. p... fl f - A .. .1 I ' Tina. 13ft....A..n MBnaillll' ...Ill ..UM..A... l.lf. uiuiiu in nv aonl ' utiu .me. nu pluivim ii.i.Bi.ijt n.. curreu. ivui inusrui mo lnt... the tumble of wheat prices, closing wont tp Owensbpro Suuday, where WASHINGTON' boy, ter Mrs. Felton ha3 answered one roll loft them au elght-pouu- d n According to mlno officials, net lower, with Mrs. Bishop underwent an operatloi c to nervous Messrs Henry Havens and Byron brokeu electric circuit caused by the cull and perhaps delivered a brief tl,u removal of hor touslls, ut the iMiy TOViC to 70ic Mrs. Emellho Renfrow, wha is visnddrcss. Then It Is understood sho, Taylor havo built new homes In tut runaway of u train of trip cars was Sbo was able to re-- A Oats started a shade lower to Ii City hospital. Not-com- b will rotlro without objection In fu- - town on their respective lots, rosponsiblo tor ignition of tho dusty iting her daughters, Mrs. L. L. cont advance. May 43Vl(EPc and turn Tuesday. and Mrs. Isaac Shown' Jr., of vor of Mr. Georgo whose delay In pre- after a trifling rally, turned down STRAY MUI.B revicinity, spent from Saturday ntado this DlNNBll TIlAKKSUiVINa seutlng bis election credentials Mr. and Mr. Oscar Bishop, tim- grade for all deliveries. up as an cstrlty, dark brown quirements can bo found In abuud-nnc- e until Tuesday with hor daughter-in-laTuken posslblo tho soutlng of tho first, wo- Provlslons were easier in line with mrs.rlly resldlug in. Owepboro, went horse mule, about 1C bauds high. Mrs. Resslo Renfrow Patton, of j to Louisville at ACTON IJItOS., Hartford, Tuesday of last week, anan sonator. ' tlu hog market. 'newly shod. Owner please call at Ky. These Include celery, cranber- Taffy . j for the, purpose of having Mrs. Ulsh- , my homo, pay for thl3 ud and get ries, nuts, dressings and all kinds nt Mr." and Mrs. J. W. Allou and famlIt. C. STEWART DIES Klng, who has omptoy- -, op's tonsils removed. Tho operation John tho mule. 22tl fruits such os dates, figs, currant ly. Mr. and Mm. EIIIb Aljon nud Mr. moiit with tho Kentucky Timber Pre-- , was performed Wednesday of last I. D. FUNK. and and Mrs. Eugene Allen and their ducU company, Lout3ViU6, spent the week, and tho patient Is getting nluub citron, oranges, lemons,-bananaR. C. Stewart, 5C years of age.i Hartford, Routo 5. 22U r spcctlve families spout Suuday with v. oe!l.CI.,r hero, with. Mrs. King. applc3. as "Rubo" auccuinhed uicely. Jbcitov known IN DUST,EXPLGSI(JN GENUNG FOGLE; WED JIr- nrul JIrs- Est,g "ison, of ucda. MIIS. ' JIlss Et,,tn 0a, Tinslcy, of this TM I niTI:VIf IP LUUUV1LLL, IfV community, jpent Saturday night and R.I. Popular Editor of llcralil Taut to IHmiplf a llridc. FaiON ENDS tls ',, .... .. - "-- -- ... ..... ", ..... ... -- ... a. ....,. ii . I i j I lU-ad- - ,1.f ,ta " ...... .... ..,.., .,.. -- ... -" ,,,, . A - ,"."" . 4 '. .... i. .-- ...,.....-....- ; uw; i. - .- .. ,..... I ,., -- ..,.,., T, - woll-fllle- - """i, ... --- th' .:,- ..-- .u...,.w, - M0'' -- ,, jii ; i G Tay-Folto- ?45;i egg-layin- g, ...,, UlVfJ-Uillll- ... JI . J78; 1 ....- .'..... .... .... (!.. - , ct If. I -.-- lc I fr , r Cl hi t s lanAVAd a W . J" - 1L -- .. ae of very high grado may take out the color. CTAD i.Ii3iJNU OlYK. I4FAT Tho United States scnato commit- too on reconstruction and production Toklo, Nov. IS. It Is going to hai os,itlia, ,, .,.., fhn Scientists Find Vnria- - lifted ...uer ilim lit Hundred Millionth champ- - cost Japan an ovon JCC.000,000 to of tho Unlted stalc3 j Tho selection of tho grand 7,i50(000,0O0. j on Degrco. thrown light on a host of por- - undo y.nrs of work. Involving mil- A Inrg0 motor passcnger tran8port j pIoTlng questions nnd Bottlos nutner- - lions of yen and many woll-lal- d co,npanj. In California is equipping TOtrtn:lPS, Nov. 18. Residents ou, rivalries among tho followers of aciiuuies ui aiaiuauiuii. I nai is mo i. hnssr with mil In. Tntn hnvr you hold is K Xaw Anjrelr nnd Pasadona are tho various phases of tho live stock I "B" sot as nccesary to scrap na- - proV(;ii tui3 BOUrco of cntortalnmont so close to ""faiuraluK-lomuch midnight oil and industry. Tho Improsslvo ceremony ! vnl vejsols to conform to tho Wash- mlt practicable i"" unuii u. ni crowning mo peer 01 ail ncei anu""x'; "'" irt"". sun. lose Ororsnoeillni? nernrdlnir in n Fire- ..oiiBfius 'n&MiUr.ts or tho Smlthfonlan Instltii-- i (mats In the presonco of a vast throng ueceniiy mo naga, giant super-- ! ston3 ervIcc , not only ,s ba(1 on price JOm. mv Mount Wilson to measure 0f enthusiastic spectators Is a sight dreadnought, once destined to bo tho your pockcl ,)0ok or upon ,n0 CiU.. of the stars and never to bo forgotten. Fortunate prldo of the Japanese navy, and tha mochnnlc3 but haa Ba sorIou8 cf,cct of quality. lose vhat kind of climate they lnde?d Is he who wilt have the privi- Tosa arrived at tho Yokosuka Navy on t,r3 n8 ,,as ovcrIoadlnB. C. G. Abbot, lege of witnessing this Or. ?fcirc!COj there. and tho Yard. Iloth were launched near tho Pon.t tun, Ul0 ho on your car ,n 'jwin-knrrw- n authority on science, is 'scores of other brilliant and Instruc oad of tho Washington conference order ,0 wflgh ,t WBter forcC(, out Mporialld' for the charge. tive scenes that will be staged before and nine worK was uone on tnem al- in this way, gots Into lmpo3slblc-to-reac- h Itir. Slbbot lias Just completed tho visitors to tho International Llvs ter that. When the Japanese launch places and doesn't Improve thc Stock Exhibit December 2nd to De a battleship sho is supposed to be car. Uso a sponge and bucket. ssvuut extensive work at Mount Jn an official report says: cember 9th, about sixty per cent completed at Motor vehicle production during Economy e least that was the argument advanc 1922 may reach 2,000,000 according "Tlio salvanomoler wc usnl at tho Surgeons agree that In cases of ed at Washington by the Nipponese Observatory is much :ntiit"AVllson to a Firestone expert who ulso fig than ever used before. Cuts, Durns, Drulscs and Wounds delegates. leav-en- er ures that tho 1922 tiro output will " ":ai,is.Tot "hitherto unobtainable re- -' the first treatment is most important. The battleships Ashal, Shiklshlmn, break all previous records. econMlkasa, Hlzen, Knshima, Katorl, Talis In measuring the heat of tho When an efficient antiseptic is ftr u . In Estronia, one of tho Daltic prov rt -promptly, thero is no danger of Satsumn, Akl'and Sottsu and tho batby tho aid of tho omy in kitchen, sisWtthTu it untl inces, thero are approximately 1G6 infection and the wound begins to tle cruisers Ikoma, Kurama and Iktt-""37aiich telescope. l. alwaysuseCalumet, automobiles of which 135 nro in i are to go to other scrapping yards "".aul at the most advanced stage heal at once. For use on man or Most of these are of German will conone beast, Uorozono is tho ideal antisep- to be dismantled. And the total bill " A'X'iAir observations we found that so make. Poor roads nro said to acvince you. ja3r- - 'thing as tho turning on of a tic and liallng agent. Buy it now will bs $7,500,000. Work has been count for so small a number. jgAt'Sn a "honsa down in Pasadena and be ready for an emergency. Price ordered to start immediately. Wind shield wipers may have their CaluThe "vrHmXhv "Los Angeles district would 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by thej The other vessels are to bo con place but experienced motorists know m verted Into airplane carriers, train-- fitarrSthexalvanometer. The eloc- - unio County Drug Co. a little glycerino rubbed over the is over that ing shlpj, and porslbly one or two glass will keep rain, or even sleet .ttoP5:lTC5 lliore would throw us off EDUCATE YOUK CHILDREN of tSw'rI I don't degree. will be used as targots. Tho bill for and snow If not too heavy, from obvatf-n- t wllsturbtirg ma J any baking this will total $25,000,000. In ad- scuring tho vision. "!UwTinw wb arc going to offset this. Education 13 no longsr tho privi- dition, private shipyards will be givmeasured a hundred mll- powder. Numerous rumors emanating from BEST BY TEST "ISJjjrji degree temperature change," lege of a favored few; it Is a necessi- en $17,500,000 as indemnity for can- Germany to tho effect that that county for all. Tho field of knowledge cellation of the remainder of the fa TYitffcTJr- - Abbot, "and a trlllionth of try Is s:11 to produce an automo-bil- o THE WORLD'S GREATEST BAKING POWDER, sjjnaoHjiCTi' electric current. Thc va- - has broadened enormously and the mous "eight and eight" building con time that will revolutionize tho sTacrs siru extremely different la demands of civilization upon the in tracts. An equal sum will bo divld Industry havo not yet eventuated and This j dividual have Increased tenfold in the jed'amonB the 10,000 officers and men afifcifcr vspectrum distribution little credit is given tho story by the knows they lurk in tho Strrc ca.ied on their temperature, past half century. Tho training re to be discharged ns allowances fcrKOJSUshl big tire manufacturers. v Wall nnd scheme to gobble the poor TJrH;t&jfims to range from 3,000 to quired to fit one for a worthy place QUESTIONS i-- In the professions or in Industrial or man's All, but now their iniquitous IMMCTK'.Uj POINTKItS K.Tif06rtlegreos centrlgrade." This Mcnim Vou. correand Bible Answers commercial life haa increased raco is run. They've picked tho e you get up with a bad taste When If Parent! will encnarmct ctiiltlren to look Op wrong victim a hard-boi- l, d 'BAaualgla of the face, shoulder, spondingly, and the opportunities far in your mouth, a dull tired feeling, ono. Fresh Ink stains on linen should be and mrroorat tl llibl Antw n, It wiU prorm DncrttM hcriUf to tbcm in after rearm. Tato Is aroused I Tho worm has feet requires a powerful acquiring that training have kept no relish for food and aro 'constipat- soaked iu kerosene for 15 minutes. VjffifHiguSegnCTntJanfrKi turned. Ho'll pay for only the light rwjswiiy hat will penetrate the flesh. paco with tho requirements for it. ed, you may know that you need a Tlyy will then wash out easily. ho burned and you enn't tell a man Liniment possesses High schools, fully equal to the - HsissTs .Snow Keep preserves and jollies on a doso of Chamberlain's Tablets. They with common senso that he owe a of tho past, are open without not onlv can? an acrcoablc move- - sliolf darkened by using an old green Jlubbcd In whero the JZlfeat Siowue. Why should you glorify God7 1 dollar and sixty-eigcents. elt 'Is all that Is necessary to cost to every child iu the land; anil)nieilt of tho bowoll but clettIUB ani! window shade. Stveaalifi f What la tlu matter with old John Ssris nflLTlng and restore normal university education may bo had by ,nT,Borat, lUe atomacU and improVe Try flavoring your rhubarb pie Cor. What is necessary to please God? Tate? Ho paid his garago bill uo to fxtZSlioiib. T?rico 30c, COc and any capable student, regardless f, the digestion. It will taste like m with nutmeg. Hob. 1 date, he paid tho price for the butchQ ft apple pie. TX2 per bottle. Sold by Ohio the financial condition of his par-- ! fresh How may wo receive strength? m ents. Scholarships, loan funds, and ,,,:KAf.KK UNSCATHED IN er's thumb, ho paid tho bnrber nnd Co. 5Krag Suet entirely covered with flour ' Psalm27-1- 4. aro irue-- . hurried from tho pawn thop to givu u,.iunu,mii.-- s iwr acu-uuWKECK SAYS HE PKAYEI1 will keep a long time. What things are better than gold his last ril cent to tho profiteer who ' TOI3XX.WS IIOTEIi SUCCESSKUIi ly available. Holes in linoleum may bo repairIncronse'd his rent, he paid tho ralp-'r- . Every consideration demands coin- Prov.IC-lnnd silver? - ed by filling with finely chopped York. S. C. Nov. 18. An automoHow may we get wisdom? Jas. ho bought the suit, ho stood (or After It has D. Rockefeller Jr.. was I.ieie uuucauon ana no insupcrauic blIe drlvcn by tbo Rev. J. H. I). cork nnd liquid glue. retr. 3olin 5these hold-upThe barrier stands in tho way. and still was muto. -aetKnrit pi honor at a celebration of paront who does not do all ho can aney priding elder of tho local set rub down with sandpaper and Now why should ho fly Into a rag How may wo'bccomo wist? Grace Mothod,8t circuit, recently became paint to match tho linoleum. tlteiKrtt snmivorsary of tho Kings to enable his children to obtain all ur.controU:lbia ovor a dollar and sixty-eig: on a br,dpe and SuiiiJcB botcl which was built in Ho used tho current; In whom is everlasting strength? cents? why the schooling their mental capacity dropped t0 a railroad track thirty STANDAKD fAXDLE I'OWEK "VEauSaaston Ty the National V. W. don't he pay? How does our hiro Isn. 2G-- K The cecroe3 ridins with ana is operated entirely by wo- - permits them to assimilate fails ig- - fe. belo, a':,5 get that wny? nobly and inexcusably in his hlgh-tb- e AVhlle- the use ot the i wno Rev Mr Baney wero ECrlously .' amis, .airs. uocKeiener, Injured and the reverend escaped un- standard In judging the quality STEALING WALT the hoard of managers, tst duty. toOaazssart--o- f KOK.M MAYELOWEIt SOCIETY beMASON'S STUI'E harmed. "I asked thc Lord to take or artificial gas Is now generally l3a'w.cinili'ased with tho first year CMUKOIIGOEILS ASKED ! care of me before I left home this ing abandoned nnd tho heat unit tb3U2S:b enterprise that sho "lies awako A lPft,t,,on 8'Bncd by n,any dl3 TO WHISTLE IIYMX morning," was the comment of the I). T. U. system employed, It was Take now tho cat. of old John Krjlits thinking about It." "Ho-- . Including Maj.-Oe- n -many years, before tho change was Tate, whose pa burned candle and following tho accident. preacher saftawJi&BVB watched this experiment U'"nr1 Wo0"' Chlcf Ju8t,ce Taft A brought about. It was with diffi thought 'em great. He gets his t oaj'ti'Ttimobt skepticism," sho declar- - Winchester, Ind., Nov. IS. -. culty that tha public officials came to light from a dynamo, year In. year ml 8e,nn,or Lo,,GC' WM fl,ed ,n tho rijqy lld not believe that thero stage habit that musical comedy stars $100 Reward, $100 employed to arouse enthusiasm The reader of thlj paper will fc an appreciation that tho housewife out, como rain, como snow. Ho MnS8ac8l"s legislature for pcrmls'osKivHiitnigh political 'and sight-seein- g known a.i among audiences has been adopted by pleased to learn that there Is at Icasi didn't want "light" under her kettle tums a switch, and throughout the '0U ' form a ' : i.'w&HvaiK among women to irupport a. one dreaded dlaease that science hat 'ho Oonfrnl Soclety of Mayower i3-Bi2c- l in all its alaees uiil' on the kitchen stove, but "hoat" and room bright light dispels tho gath- 400 transient rooms and they I tho Sunday school of the First Pres- been nblo to Dcsccndants. Tho purposo of tho that U catarrh. Cat.irrli belnir Kreatlj that even In tho use- of gas in man- crlng Rlom byterian Church Winchester, influenced by of rttuayjit that wo would ruako a constitutional condition! Avhoso superintendent now asks the requires constitutional treatment. Ilall'r tles foe Illuminating purposes It was Now this Identical Mr. Tale pays or&nlzatIon Is "to perpetuate to system. But aflio Catarrh Medicine Is taken internally anr '."Merlty tho memory ot the I'll- dollars to operate his mo- - '" Mewrtaest year has been a great suc- - pupils to whistle thc tuna of tho last acta thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur necessary to "heat" them, instead of grim rainrrs ana to maintain nnd fares ot the System thereby destroying "light" them. In order to get re- tor car a hym'n as they leave tho church. fleet, which put the foundation or the disease, giving the Children just learning to lisp their patient strength, by building tip the con sults. Investigation ha3 shown, al- three garago men on easy street. He defend the principles of civil and re- siltiition and assisting nature in doing itr llglous liberty ns tel forth in the lessons and grownups of Bible class nave so inuci so, that where the beat standard Is stands In silence deep and dumb and .,. nil Inln in Ihn wMofllnr nn.t thn1 faith In iiie proprietors Dourer Of HttllV the CllratlVS It Is planned too high best result are not obtain watches the butcher wclcU his thumb. Mayflower compact." ' Cntarrli Medicine that tUey offer One , , .ZQR FLETCHSVS i:j un:b nuiuuieu 10 ciuso lie survicd tiimnrfMi - jjonara ior any case mat it raili able, too much heat acting much lnwe nil expected to hear him rave to make this a mother society to tho xo enrr.- acna ror nsit or testimonials. ' havc a catchy swing. f'O.- - Tnl.sln AtMre.13 !'. J. rilRNRY tho same manner ns feeding an nuto-- 1 when charged two bits for a ten- - various Mayflower dosc.ndant so. s. Ohio. Sold !y a!l 7Sc. cieties now In existence. Sunday-schohas an orchesTho mobilo too much gas- - -- it "chokes.' cent shave, but ho paid tho prl " SSt&JU M1STOKV UKPEAT ITSK1U'1? tra of bobbed haired girls, playing a with a tip thrown in and left tho , THE GAS TltAIL stringed Instruments. A Goor Cough Medicine tyr Children. shop with a cheerful grin. TT&z selection of the grand chnin- Mrs J. W. Phillips, Itedon, Ga Ono day ho went to pay his rent ICetp springs tight at the axles; phoned to J. M. Floyd, tho merchant and the luudlord raised It a XuiMii sleer or Tielfer ot the Interna- I'AVOU SHOUTEIt HOUItS hundred For Infants and Children looseness hero causos most spring there for a bottle ot Chamberlain's per cent. Did he rant and roar? SSiia2 Llvii Stock Exposition at ChiDecembEr 9th sasPw'E'Pciimber 2nd to Cough Remedy and said she had Not old John Tate! Ho hocked his In Use Over Years a moetlug of the American Iron brealcH. At 3Ei iJixa'Isli an added thrill to this and Steel Institute held In Now York Tfta total cost of the New York-Ne- bought a bottlo ot it at his store diamonds and fam'ly plato and Fold Always bears the Jersey vehicular tuunel will ex- recently nnd that it was doing her his golf clubs to pay tho rent, which ailiiKiSr tibsinrhlng ovont. At last Judge Gary urged compliance with Signature of ' , n Tielfcr from California. Preuiuj'iit Harding'-- t SracfrJB-cbowchildren so much good that sho want- left him busted, without n cent. recommenda- ceed 528,000,000. Farmers, lead In tho purchaso of a ed to keep up the treatment. You Mayflower," was acclalmod tho tion for tho abolition of tho When ho goes to n show as ho hteO&x or 7)?rfectlon In tho master day in tho steel and iron Industries. certain popular make ot small car will find nothing better for coughs sometimes will ho will stand In tine COVERED HOAR WITH TACKS n&ads nrt after pampered steers Mr. Gary scema to havo no fears that in tho past months. nnd colds in chldren or for yourself. with a smllo until after waiting a . .l tmi"iiuJ that proud distinction ovor shortened hours will stand in tho way Motor theft losaes in tho United It keeps the cough loose, oxpectorn-tlo- n couplo of hours or more, while his Three boys, Edward -". easy and soou frees the system ankles suuts: ttia Jncpption of tho contest In- of their prosperity. John I), it'inkc-fell- Statts are pladed by an authority at and his feet got sore, iteynoltls, Raymond Goddnrd aud intorSSXM. and now the oyes ot an m a ticket broker will lot him pay s.omo Morris Hogg, of from the cold. Jr., tho same day declurcd that ?a0O,O0O every 24 hours. Llttlo Itock. Ar-- , wtft5-Horli- l will watch tho dovelop- - the Thu total number ot can reported day and the soven-da- y fourto?n dolors for seats that may will havo to mako good grades for ' 1'itAISES SMALL COLLEGES or Uie coming conflict to sue if week uliould no longer be tolerated. us stolen in 1921 was :17,S54 nuout rawa-'t-s prove to bo in tho nineteenth row, tho school year, get excellent enn- oibt.SNniti'M' Tit the speclos will bo able Ho behoves that employees Bhould 7, 50u more than in 1920-- . at most, nnd moro than likely bohind duct certificates and sweep a wholo Addressing tho Phi Gamma Delta! a I'ost- Cities reporting a decrease In stolher claim to equal suffrage havo sufficient lelsuro for pleasure mllo ot road clean of tacks if thoy VC formor at Washington on cars during 1921 number but sev- fraternity is not unusual for heifers to asd Whon he buys his clothrs his tall- - wish to escape spending .10 days In en. Clevoland heads the list. Marshall commond-vwirftaW Country fat stock shows, t or'll say: "I don't seo how you keen iall ami mivini mn n., Tim ' Irofc tUhn triumph ol tho colleges, , ho small denominational Tho average Individual motor veway, Vour waIst ,8 lno 8am(,t ,joy8 hcattored HAMBONE'S'ftlEDITATIONS hicle annual gasoline consumption It or their excellent work In character uo nvr.a'.tw cx lit tho 1021 International , nt) blggor! IIow ln tho roa(, am, ma ostlmuted at from 350 to 450 gal- building among tho students. Crltlcis- - woria do you ke p your flggor? Now punctured before jMjyits a now departure in Amorlcan tho enraged mo- Ing college In general ho expressed horc.B a nattcrn-W- bat lons. wnai uenrini, I say'a true &&HnHBZ iradltlons. Some Folks torlsts could give warning to others. Nevor leave your car with tho i..hi..v mi i. i""""'-""- ; "hu'o on our agrlculturo and uosigneu ror a younger man man --- em sit5 drunk may j shift lover In guar, and always look away from tho classics. 'The two'yoUr but you C(u, 6t0( Just ns sure ICE CREAM CONSUMP- .mil, whrt I'conmulc changes It EN 50ME fSlTS PRUNK things, said Mr. Marshall, which had aa futCi tuat u. ju(it Ul6 tl,Illg for at this lever buforo starting tho .will b" largely dotornilncd by lxcUFAS,..j or U judges' decisions ' tho greatest Influence ini his lifo ymi jlr. Tat0 j tnow yol,.d tnku EM HCTS A FOOL.'.' In 1921 farmers of tho united were nis taitn in gou ami 111a college t( without a doubt, Pay tho cashier approaching intlriintlonal, re. iviSts Statlstics Issued by tho iionart- KtateB aro ostimatcd to nave con- frutornity. two hundred as you go out. Yet. I mcnt t agrlculturo show that tho thf world over us tho au-- j ntfna1Al - iM2ftviunrt of'nulmal excellence. U( . sumed 2,000,000 gallons ot gasoline .. know It's oxlK'iislvn lint dnnr nm ....., in 1110 1IA4 i.ii.'IITIMK liHJL'im .. Tlnra Tit, rnl.nl? t llw wiuoiiiiiiiuuii 01 icw cream ...... for stationary engines alone. foat Is duplicated and a ' iritMT's i Kelly Don't use the samt can or bucket KSV does! aaiii stands alono iu the tan j 8lnC0 tho nt"1UCtlon of prohibition Since ho Is onlv 30 vein, old Dan-- i undefoated as tho finest for water and gas. A particlu of . Ullt wnon tllO .a. fcafca; amna llullt ...i u- -. " luu ..... ....... is tornhill rnmns 11...I.... .1 ";"uu "etwoni iua nnulol Pollock, . of Now York, thinks that ,n producing - ... .iin i .1.., ...ii.. ., of bovine meat . "u b""'" anu luem 1920 Ico cream consumutlmi Inerpusuroiiiiu 111011 nuir Lcii havo (luring his lllotimo no will-huuio aro cround! Ho rimrn at bH wifn .i oor. ..... cause a lot of trouble ; . ... . .. .... fsren. lirtio result Is bound to I , ,.. J If tho carburetor is doing its duty to consumo 90 barrels of whisky in nm, hB k!cka tho cat d"M Toai"ii"K erfects. ",v """ uuovu UIOSO lor 1JU. . ... ..... .. .!..." - . ... . .w IIo lin . iiBrforllv loL.nl mnnnf.r " fWrttJijittluios in the history of tho a wio Uiiiuuoi ,M iuiiiuu uui ui mu,lown WllllOUl 1I1S II1U, 110 BllOUt3 --tho grand champion; .' muffler shou,l be quite colorless anu 1'ieu u pennon hskhib mo Huproine uloud ,,9 nymn ot Halo No Cor- "You havo heard what tho last r.isiallonal from tho exporlnien-- ( to ,,orat0u Can Swlndlo Tato j court pr tho District of Columbia almost entirely odorless. I, He witness said," persisted counsel, "and JwerB haB toms of a car may not seem compel tho commissioner of Internal 8Woar8 ho'lh rend 'oni limb from yet your vl.ii.nr u . .i. The drip-pa- u ot state agricultural col- -, W4xum ivory Important but it had better be .revenue to permit him to trausport n,nbNo Wall Strait Ilaron can Am I to Infer that you wish to throw .vnrivaiitl Kvun tlnua from tho food j Iowa amount of whisky from Haiti- - tj,,uco mm !1 No bloated bond- - doubt on hor voracity?" producers. kopt clean. Gasoline upon its sur-.th.vrtv 'ot ladivlduul face Is tho producing caus? of many moro to his home. He statos that hoidor shall get his kaleTat o wll rjnMilnnuwiu collogos are tied for first Tlie pollto young man u de- champion-although tho liquor was purchased EOi8.0 ),u oppressors and throw 'em locating hand. "Not waved re-flroa. at nil ho Ijrree ouch liaving four ton shows( -n I nQ knows tholr tricks! Ho pllod. "I merely wish Never uso gasollno to cloan tho In 1913 tho commissioner haa conn&irOtin:reH, At to mako It car's upholstery. It cracks tho loath- - tluunlly refusod to let him romovo wji uot pay. t'bougli thoy sue him clear what a liar I am It sho3 speak-o- r aaujeaiolttB won tho royal purplo,- j and calves each trland uuless the gas or the dyo Is it. jOiij-oarllnisfrom now until Judgra.nt Day! He ing tho truth." Loudon Answers. -- SIGHTS 'BOTHER MEN ; "t;"iln;:rli. f,ve t,mt'- - Thc thro n"l. lromlne"1 oeo1 "rccos navo ;wi bcouj their standards proudly wave in tho ring after tho smoko of battl? had "'"'h,,, NAVAL PACT COSTS JAPANESE BIG SUM i Which Is Large?, tlie Sun or a Cent can The sun the largest but your eye that you'll the cent Don't let a cheap sight of the or a big can baking powder make sight you ""'" I -- nd CALUMET Tho BAKING POWIBER the aurarc-Kcnsltlv- np-pl- ed Is the quality for real trial illllilll bi lie-ca- WW " sale of met 150$ greater than that "Tb other -- col-Iog- ej 11 ht 6. Joitr ui 1- s, 3-- 3. - ". ' 0" fail-tvra- - Tipn-tippl- hilaTen Cry wr. I OOjS TO R A ol DrUfc-slit- CASTOR 1A For w 12-ho- ur Zfi j. 30 high-scho- ol cr 12-ho- Vleo-Prcsldo- nt d acts a fc, t.tr.lts fool """, 76M --o- , UUIi,, : ,,..., ,.. 1 ""' "' ,"..... 1 Jltr 1 -- ,."".' ",.'".. :".' 1 Ji..,v , at -- j J ja, s M PHILIPPINES STILL ,;ARE SUPERSTITIOUS "Herb Honor" Hlnln lU' miw In thcr than to strike tho brief from tho record." Hugging wag attorney for Magi- STATE CROP REPORT FOR NOVEMBER 1922 K ntucky's total production of tobacco of all types, In 1922 I"! estimated at 4(g, 400,000 poundi h tha No vember crop report for Kfitttcky Is-- 1 sued today by thn Loulrv: Ii office of tho United States nurcau of Agricultural Economics in cooperation with Rtnto Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Hanna. This is about 37 per cent Increase over the 325,710,-00- 0 pounds produced In Kentucky In 1921, but only about 'JO per cunt of tho state's n vera go annual producpounds from tion of 467,000,000 191C to 1920, both Inclusive Doth hurley and dark types show a sharp Incrcaso In acreage In Kentucky th'ls year compared to 1921, the per cent of Increaso being greater in tho dark dlrtrlcts than in tho hurley district. The average yield per aero this year In Kentucky, IncSfcling all types of tobacco, Is 800 pounds, as compared to 840 lbs., In 1921 and tho average of 852 lbs. per acre. The United States entire tobacco crop, 0 of all types. Is estimated at pounds this season compared to 1,075,415.000 pounds in 1921, nnd an averago annual production of In1,377,800,000 pounds 1916-2Quality of tobacco In Kenclusive. tucky la rcnorted as S8 per cent this season compared to 84 per cent In1 1921, whllo tho quality of tho United States totnl' crop Is 84.3 per cent thl? season compared to 79.7 per cent last year. Tho Konlucky corn crop this season Is estimated nt 90,748,000 bus. bus. last compared to 82,150,000 year and an average annual production of 97,152,000 bushels 191C-2- 0. Inclusive, while this year's Irish potato crop In Kentucky Is estimated at 4,720,000 bus. or 25 per cent more than the 3,770.000 bus. produced In this state In 1921. Other crops reported for Kentucky are: sweet potatoes. 1.818,000 bus.; applesbus.; pears 150,000 bus.; clover seed 40,000 bus.; and sorghum sirup 3,984,000 gallons. ' Last year Kentucky's production of these crop3 was: sweet potatoes 1,872,000 bus.; apples C3C.00O bus.; pears 4,000 bus.; clover seed 34.000 bus.; and sorghum sirup 4,080,000 gallons. It Is estimated that approximate ly 5 per cent of Kentucky's acreage of corn this season' was put Into silos, tho average yield per acre being only about 5.5 tons. About S3 ner cent of this season's corn crop In Kentucky is reported as being merchantable, and farmers also report they havo only 6 per cent of last year's Kentucky corn crop still on farms. The average yield of corn per acre this year in Kentucky is 2S bushels, compared to 25.6 bus. per average acre last year and a of 27.4 bushels. 10-ye- ar 1,330,-275,000, 10-ye- ar -- strate Andrew 1 Vogt nnd William Man Who A. Doyle, constable, against whom Thought Inguo were Instituted before proceeding Willi ''Dovll. Judgo Fhld. A motion was mado for Judgo Field Ap vncato tho bench, Manila, Nov. 18. Tho "hnrb doc-to- supported by affidavits, which nnl common qunck flourishes that "Judgo Field has tho opinabundantly In the Philippines Surge- - ion now t:nt this affiant Is guilty, 1v tiniqnan Mia nnnnln nrn tint fron and affiant believes that no chnrac- .. .j from the.nnclont superstitions of their tcT qUanty or quantity of testimony, .. native religion, In which sorcerers, tnoUB t be preponderating nnd con- conjured tho kinder gads and Implor cluslvu would gain for this affiant a cd mercy for tho sick In weird in- verdict of not guilty before the Bald cantations and mystic dnnces per- Judgo William II. Field." formed at the bedside of their ly busses, nnd 1,096,605 motor trucks, makng a total of 10,620,471. .Motorcycles aro not Included, thero being 149,924 against 196,231 at tho beginning of tho year. LIGHTHOUSES TO HAVE G IiAMPS sygygsK Children Cry for Fletcher's I r" Hut Donato Hascoa, a poor farmer, recently played moro than even with his "herb doctor." Ho became con- Anchorage. Alatka. Nov. 18 Un- me man was a ihkd uuu sam H finding 'tho rr.llroad busl- I ;'"" ' J""1 ov- - co invited him to tlcop In tho house ness good on his now Alaska lino crnlght. When tho "doctor" had which runs from tidewater at Seward dropped off to sloop Donato crawled and Anchorage, ncrosq tho mountains to death ..)t() xromnisue, anuuo.oeuuu on t3 8 nm, Ncnann ,: Is Interior river .yntoin. r.bu ary. but goulp that the loc- - Trnfrlc hn, bccn D0 heaTy 0 tho neighborhood q tor was a "mancuculam, or ono in ch a"d " "n""S league with the devil. Such killings M "rcsoat tho n ,s are usuiuiy traced to, such beliefs. passenger coacheB. g motro operating thirty Even In Man la cars Qf ca polls of tho Philippines old nol'on. m natu r hang on tenaciously. Tho man, a U. S. KINDS AliASKAN KAIIj HUHINl'SS GOOD Tamp3, Fla., Nov. 18. All lighthouses from Key West to Tampa on tho Gulf of Mexico coast aro to be equipped with gas burning beacons, according to announcement of officials of the United States Lighthouse Service who recently completed a surt v y of this territory. The Pintsch system, in use on many railways Is to bo installed. sovcral Tho change will affect hundred lighthouses nnd channel beacons. It Is mado because It has been found gas burns with n more brilliant nnd penetrating light than kerosene nnd requires much less attention. PARDONED TRUSTEES JAILED The 10 members of the Chicago school board who In 1919 w'cro sentenced to Jail or fined by Judge Scan-Ia- n by for violating1 an Injunction stripping Superintendent Cadsley of his powers nnd forcing him to resign wcro pardoned by Gov. Small. The Illinois supreme court has just upheld tho sentences, declaring the governor exceeded his authority, and three members havo been jailed. HARDING WORKS ON HIRTHDAY Aside from the many congratulatory letters which fill6d the White House malls nothing unusual marked tho passing of President Harding's 57th birthday on Nov. 2. Owing to Mrs. Harding's poor health and to pressuro of official business the president spent tho entire day at his work. Two years ago he was elected to the presidency on his birthday. YOUNG iYWiss!s$scacss The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has. Ifesan. in use for over thirty years, has borne tho signature usEr on the wrapper all these: yeaasi arc. fctfifc All Counterfeits, ImltaUons and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the healt&flE: , Infants and Children Experience against Experiment "Just-as-good" j si&f -- rf -- juot to protect the ctMnJK; COcUK generations. Do not be deceivtA. - Never attempt to relieve your baby Castofia wi2ipfflB remedy that you would use for yours22L.. I is a harmless substitute for Castor Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It cnntSfthK neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substances Sic: age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it Tasa been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishncss arisaK. therefrom, and by regulating the .Stomach and Bowels--, the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleeps The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. -- A What is CASTOR Paregft., 03, ' ,T, Iw J''' j " ',,, ' uc licensed doctor, whom It Is proposed bv the Quebon party to have Gov IIKAD LIGHTS ON HIGHWAYS ernor General Wood appoint as may- , or of tho city, once turn... nnroau of puWc noa,g of t Tta ft, mm memorial to of AKrlcuUuro sD lmont (when he was 'wn" fon"a"' " 8lutea that there are enough motoi which tho doctor said a n tho Untc, stn,e3 ,0 uf0 were different nnd lower than other popuIallon for a r,do at differ- human beings. Thry even had one time. ent discuses and would not respond to the common medical remedies. How cllmato affects tho highway working season Is shown by tho fact Const inn tion. that grading can bo done on 100 Idiys of the year In western Oregon, afMost laxatives and cathartics 110 In Maine. 260 in Maryland and ford only temporary relief and 300 in several of tho Southern States. should bo used only for that purpose. When you want permanent relief Federal-ai- d roads placed under take Chamberlain's Tablets and be construction In September umounted with careful to observe tho directions to 1,189 miles.' each package. Thcso tablets not only movo tho bowels, but improve Af tho beginning of 1922 there ditho appetite and strengthen tho for each were 4.2 motor vehicles m gestion. mile of road In the United States. . --- GENUINE -- Si CASTOR I A Signature of Bears the ALWAS OoL&ffi&&& In Use For Over THC CINtAUR COMPANY. Years: 30 Bought. The Kind You Have Always NEW YORK CITY. (K'i - AMERICA "Willie, did you put your nickel in the contribution box in Sunday-scho- Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily AnswcraS. ol today?" "No, mamma. I ast Eddie Lake, the preacher's son, if I could keep it an' spent it for candy, an' he gave Denver News. mo permission." "You havo a bettor- - home, nicer clothes and moro playthings than Jimmy 'Jones," said tho mother reproachfully. "I know, mom, but he can wiggle his ears." Country Gentleman. JWAH IIKUO ADMITS UK WAS "XBItVOUS" 19 to 35 cents per hour is range of wage for common labor th3 roads cast of tho Itoc- o" Federal-ai- d Nov. 1- 3.- I ..an.i to fnel London. wU B fcw cxcepUonB, mounlal , an awful funk at times ag 43 ccn1g,ls paJd say you d not. I navo absurd to Vet to meet lh 0ne hundred and twenty vehicles tho in his berth at ho bottom rate at wWch mJ not 8ca and bo depth charged and suffer from cold feet In highway trunk-lin- o This Is tho frank confess Ion of ,, accordIng lo tho Bu- who one of tho -- oat courageous n Qf Vn n the took P"t of Agriculture. Deparlmant who . C, Norman D. Holbrook noon t(j gained his Victoria Cross for his From I The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper ft- - "fa 1 z 1 $ Bt war-Com- mander "V intrepidity lt"' . a3 a u . submarine i command- nn rp lu ... .11,1 Recently a tourist In passing thru hick to harbor you must havo rest. ol,,l rag. With highway regulation is needed. You feel like a washod-ou- t .all those mines around you yon do TUUNIXfl KN()WIiEnGK not want " depth chargo too closo iNT() ,,KOI,,1T to send you to glory. "i nuvrr nam ' across cases of shell In choosing such mottos as Learn- Bhock in tho submarine service, al- -Precept and InK and Labor' and .-- ..' . .. i iia f n nr founders of my mind. Practice.' tho norves'. Tho two things to our agrarian system established as IndlstliiBulehnble." arc fundamental tho principle that head and hand must work together in any permanently successful' agriculture. In FOR FLETCHER'S No Institution is moro effeqtivo A tho mental and thus physical activities of tho tillers of In ....tho soil than the world-fnmou- s 1113 U' Lire Stock Exposition K1DD1KS, SVVS hich wui hohl Ub twenty.th,rd an. .', . nlvorsary session In Chicago, from m n iq t, m far-sight- . him?" "No, mother," replied Willie; "I Regulato tho bowels when they fall to move properly. Herblno Is Jumped in first so as to bo there an admlrablo bowel regulator. It when ho fell In." helps tho liver and stomach and reMother Georglo, when you dividstores a fine feeling of strength end buoyancy. Price 60c. Sold by The ed those flvo caramels with your sism ter, did you give her three? )hlo County Drug Co.Georglo No mother. I thought e they wouldn't come nut even, co I NATION'S HUSINKSS TURNING TO HIGHWAY TRANSPORTATION ate- ono before I began to divido. -- "Willie," said his mother, "your clothes are wet. You havo been In the water again." "Yes, mother," said Willie bravely; I went in 'to save. Charlie Jones.' his cried "My noble darling!" mother. "Did you jump in after Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation.. Ifcfe essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving, news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washihgtoiraeair Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press., With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, TheCcsx?-ier-Journais the daily newspaper you will need.. Dy special 1! !. ; i 'Ch VI v arrangements wo are now able to offer L. Ohildxen Cry OASTO R ' this city, known to moro than 000 school children She la Mrs. C. . who have been 31 WHilamso n. or. of tt fnost cxamplea of producing superior ag- - m"1IBv began teaching In Mrs' "wamso. Sre . than Ju.ldlngs. covering twenty n Poplar Ulutf n, I valunblo display of animal and .lid g has unsurpassed 75. 000 eh. le8son8 of heen named for Mrs. Williamson. chai,uous n mndo 80 plain 'that I 'e who runs may read,' The valuo 31UGGINS IS SCOUKH of following various practices la drlv- HV AI'PKLIiATK JUDGE I en forcibly homo In tho Judging and his1 auction rings, tho vlsltor.recelvlng n Frankfort Kv., Nov. 17. In' of how pleading to savo Attorney Clm W. vivid ocular demonstration agrlcul-JudR- n a flno for contempt of' loading farmers turn their llugglns from knowledge Into profit, W. H. Field' court on account .tural No ono pursuing tho basic profes-hi- s used In an affidavit,; of tho languago attending tho partner and counsel, Ronald C. .Ion. can afford to miss which caused coming stupendous educational spec Oldham, used languago at Chicago tho first week In Cmrt of Appeals to strike tho tacle comber. Any ono of a thousand sug from tho record. from its wealth of J, dgoGu Thomas, who wrote tho action, loaned ll ro-,- 7 petition practical Information might-weopinion overruling Huggins' pay tho Investment ot the tlnio and against of prohibition necessary to make tho trip. At Judge Field sad: "The reply brief fll- - mon.jr 1 by attorney for the plaintiff con- - no other placo can tho progressive effectively not only . tains much unnecessary and doflama- - farmer learn so r respondent, and what to do but also how to do to. matter toward IhTeh constitutes at the greatest ot all agricultural eX; ! Internationa! of"lrtP Hut have con- - tonslo,, --..- -11, Exposition. pursue tho mutter no fur- - Ue Stock eluded to A new ,a885' tjr ar0 ftl,od to ovornowlnB wlth th,8 d pr(jper. ii "nobby," said the lady In tho That tho business of tho Nation is street car, severely, "why don't you highway turning moro and more to get up and gfvo your seat to your tinnsportation is Indicated by stats-tic- s you to see o registration as father; doesn't It pain on him reaching for a strap?" ot July 1, compiled by tho Hureau of ,,JNot In a street car," replied BobPublic Roads ot the-- United States by, cheerily, "but It doos at home." Department of Agriculture. Registration of passenger cars, taxis, bussASSAILS l'ASSION PLAY es, and motor trucks totaled 10,620,-47- 1 on this date, an Increaso of Dr. Stephen S. WIso, noted Now which is a healthy growth, as York rabbi, speaking before a contho first half of tho year Is the off gregation of Jews at Chicago, critiseason for registration of new ve cized tho Oberammorgau passion play hicles. ns an agoncy ot religious and racial The surprising fact, however, is hatred against tho Jews. Dr. Wlso in registhat of tho 157,174 Increaso saw the play this year and says It tration; motor trucks constituted reflects tho hatred against his race passenger 116,701, against 35,303 which was common In tho period cars and 5,443 taxis and busses. This whon It was first acted nearly 300 means an increase of over 16 per cont years ago. ' of tho number of motor trucks at tho o beginning ot tho yenr. Figures aro DECIDES 1HHL13 SECTARIAN not nvailable to show what part of tho Increaso of 5,443 or nearly 11 The supreme court of California psr cent in the taxi and bus registra- has ruled that tho King James transtion is due to tho increase in the lation of .the Dllilo "Is the accepted number of busses traversing rural Protestant version" and theroforo Its and suburban routes, but it is very purchase by schools is a direct vioprobablo that a considerable part of lation of tho Rtato law which prothe Increaso is due to tho develop- hibits the acquisition of sectarian motor-vohlcl157,-176, THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- Wi m: THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by mnll, tar only $5.7K. ' This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions ln& only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana, rjew ssaV scrlptlons may. It desired, start(at a latter date, and renewals jrfai date from expiration of present ones. It you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute Xte Louisville Times tor The Courier-Journa- l, i Send or bring your orders to tUIs office. 1 ment of this new form of transpor- De-i.ri- of ; mJ ;. class Is moro handicapped by lack of good roads than tho pleasure veThe tncreaso n the registrahicle tion of commercial vehicles, coupled with tho present activity In high way construction, seems to bear out this statement In tho opinion ot de partment offlcjals. Tho table of statistics issucu uy mo bureau shows a registration of 9,467,- 874 private cars, 55v990 taxis ana tation. It has beon frequently said that the traffic Is alwuys ready and wait ing whoii good roads aro built, nnd thnt tho commercial vehicle as a books by tho public schools. Tho by tho decision reversed u ruling Klugs county court which gave n permission tq purchase two copies of the King James version for its library. high-school The school principal went from room to room, explaining what to do In case of tiro. The pupils listened with respsctful attention until be ca in o to .final Instructions, then smiles ami glggleB disturbed his se- renity. "Abovo all things," he eald, 'If your clothing catches flro, remain cool." EDUCATION KOIt TI1K courses Is carried on by a ratxojtana. UNKMl'I.OYRI) mission of specialists in profoaiawca Instruction. Tho school buir&fcw: Unemployment Is a grave crisis In and puhlic halls of the city ot Cfeer. va aro used as meeting places. thu Industrial history ot any nation. All unemployed of tho Chateau, Various are tho social and financial men and women alike, wbetfeccae-colvlnschemes for ameliorating It. Edufinancial assistance, ac aaO. cation may play an Important role In fitting workmen for better con- are eligible for instruction. Ffec-aditions, as will ho seen from the fol- thoso under 20 years ot age, wirKx lowing data gathered by tho Ameri- drawing indemnities on accauar. aft at. Uc can Consulur Service, Geneva, Switz- unemployment, attendunco ' I courses is computeory. erland: Tho full program consists eT 3fi On January 18; 1922, the Council of State of tho Canton of Gonova In- lesson hours per week, plus 2 Xtsam , augurated a series of educational of physical training. Wo rlcmcix courses for tho unemployed, Thess follow regularly tho courses oftaa&i-trad- es receive at tho end or tfcir .Macourses aro designed to give workmen practical Instruction In their rios a certificate showing tniiuraeii. particular Industry and furnish thoj Irregular bowel movements lesjts opportunity for apprentices to con-- ! tlnue training already begun, Courses to chronic constipation nnd it iu:ah-pnti- 'd habit fills the system vitiyjlae?-puriti- es. ore also offered ot a general educaHerblno is a gfuar tional, physical, and recreative charj regulator. If purifiea tBar syartn. acter, The administration and supervi vitalizes the blood and puts tnz c sion of the work are In the hands of gestlvo organs fit flno, vigorous e;r-dltloI'rlco 00c. SohKv"bjr CKVA. the Department of Public Instruction, tvbllc tho actual conduct of tho County Drue? Co. jn. g """HHMIHIlly &.. n. I 4 .1 ri Hartford Republican LAJtTKORD PitblUIicd Weekly by PRINTING COSIPANTT Incorporated W. S. TIN8LEV, Kdltor ami Business Munngcr. houses In Beaver Dam. A number of homes havo rented rooms and provided quarters for smaller families In this way, however at least a dozen families aro yet without a location. Mr. Burl Patterson, manager of tho Farmers Milling Company, will romovo this week near Hartford. It Is said ho will contlnuo his work-her- Second Annual Sale of Shorthorn and Polled Durham Cattle and 50 Big Type Poland China Soys, 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 aslmoney makers. This is the greatest lot of 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. For further information address, W. R. MOORMAN & SON, Glen Dean, Ky. M visiting relatives. Mr. Frank Crane, who formerly operated a storo In this place, has closed out his business and is travelfor the ing as grocery salesman NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS desiring tbo papor sent Loulsvllla Grocery Co. Subscribers rVo a new address must give tbo old Mr. Jack Chinn has removed his tddreas In making tbo request. family from N. Mulberry street to a Business Locals and Notices 10c farm on the Ccntertown road. lino, and 8c per lUe for each Mr. F. Faught, of dlnton, lias acInsertion. Obituaries. Resolutions and Cards cepted a position with C. C. Leo, of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for poultry dealer, and is now receiving town to one of tho public garages and i.ch bead lino and slgnautre, money get as near as pauiblo to as man STRAY STREAKS poultry In the local trade. advance. U buzzing motors In process of Church Notices fpr services freo, Mr. Wllbof" Johnson has removed nt other advertisements, t lc per his family from Cromwell pike to the as wo could find (By Fluko McFluko.) Our wife word. thought we wero sick, even suggest by Mr. Chinn will house vacated Anonymous communications ed that Doc Board, tho hoss and cat Mrs. C. P. Hodges, Maple Street, raceivo no attention. Not A 'rack Not A Nail One's futuro store of hard luck is tie trouble eraser, bo called in to suffering from a very se has been plggly-wlggl- y affair. Usual- look us over.. If Doc Riley goes TELEPHONE vcro sore, on her right arm, for sev a sort of ly Its done up In a package and rca- - away again wo are going to hlro a 69 Farmers Mutual eral days. Tho report came to town Monday dy, you only have to pick it up and i brass band to mako a fuss on the corner, pass on. Pay-da- y though later, sure-'ol- d MUDAV, .NOVEMBER 21 that a passerby had discovered a fire cSf withArc $$ --eRob. Roy school ly conies. . j out made or ALU kindled under the a tack Tho alarm was made and CKRAliVO nail; of the soft, The Louisville Times used n "sore", house. . Just about the timo we get our some laiK oi uiuuumb "vu" est, toughest lino because the law does nalpermlt leather known, from Owensboro. Tha dogs wero taters holed up our wife starts plan Mr. and Mrs. Will Evorloy and Louisville Democrats to go Into dis- brough't Into service hero and also at ning for her spring garden. on broad, sensichildren pf Rockport, were tho guest3 tant Republican Precincts and conm ble, improved Ccntertown, and It Is nopeu win do of Mr. Dverhy's sister, Mrs. Emma duct elections for them. lau the most useful In bringing culprits to Justice, hold elections Fulkorson, Sunday. Those States that perfect child' tlioc destroying on the wine and beer issue and won, I A fffl Ml cvermadc The one "A sun spot is said to be respon- -' especially Incendiaries In Mrs. Drusllla Barnard spent sevshoe a child outgot nothing. slblo for Chile's recent parthqunko. ' Public property. eral days last week with her slstor, grows. happened In the United! ' A revival meeting Is In progress, If it had Mrs. James Miles and Mr. Miles, of Buy "nilllkcn" by Pastor M. E. Wilcox States It might have b?en blamed on conducted Wo see where tho Darwinian the- McIIenry. Shoes and let the Bethel. An old- - ory t with an assistant, at the moon." Louisville Times. Are of evolution is again attacked children romp and Misses Mariissa Foster, Orn and . . l.l,..n1 .,......... la roclllt play to their ncart'i l vou certa n that tne. catastroniie ' il "- - BiMm.ua. nti'nbanlnir and denied. It would be an easy Cora Everloy, Messrs. Arvln Hefllu content without an2) would not have been laid at the door 'Ing. matter to pick out a fow subjects, in and Vaughn motored to Bowling noyance to you, inI Mrs. T. D, Graves and daughter, this community and fully refute the Green of Harding and Lodge? jury to the home or last Friday, returning Sunday. Pansy Graves, havo returned to Lo- - devolution theory. discomfort to Mrs. Wm. Chancellor Is at the bed county, after an y Mrs. Felton, tho Georgia Senator gansport, Butler side ot her little granddaughter, The crowing feet of children arc easily irritated bystifTole3 appointment, should have practic- - tended visit to Mrs. Hallie McDaniel. The greatest irou'jis and difficul- Electn, daughter ot Mr and Mrs. or narrow shoes. "Bllllkcn" Shoes are made by specialed at trying to obtain a seat in an; Mrs. Graves was accompanied home ty with sick and accident policies it Richard Barnard, who Is dangerously ists in the largest shoe factory in the world, devoted exclugoing to by her brotehr, Lee McDaniel, of Atlanta Street Car before sively to the manufacture of Children's High Grade Shoes. getting your claim for disability in 111 at this writing. "Washington to secure a seat in the Pittsburg Pa , who will bo her guest The tolci on "Billiken" Shoes are Pure Oak Flexible Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Fulkorson, who shape to collect. It seems to be tho Leather the softest and most pliable leather known, being Nation's sedentary legislative body, iqr several days pay as lit- "have heen staying with their son. especially prepared to withstand hard service. The absence Wilson, ot the other fellow's business to It required considerable time and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, at Nelson, while his wife Is in rf nails, tacks, etc., prevents the children scarring the floor as possible. 4 pains to succeed in tho latter. Falrview country were in this city tle and furniture. The soft soles render the shoe noiseless. a hospital, spent last Sunday at their 1'lcxiblc soles male them as comfortable as a moccasin. The Friday, shopping. .4i tongues and hojue, at this place. Eyes but can't see, durable leather makes them as lasting as a man's heavy shoes. By decree of the lato elections the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hall motored Mrs, C. B. Everley visited friends And they are extremely styluh. can't talk, soles that aro always . coming Congress is to be a woman-less- -, to Broadway, Sunday. trampled on and finally lost. Gosht and relatives at Kronos last week. Let Us Show You "Billlkcns". affair. Tho defeat of women In Mr. Tom Peach, wife and daughter, Old shoes Mrs. Emma Fulkerson, Hugh and a bright one? tho elections Just past does not mean jnss Inez Peach, returned to their haint that Joseph Everley spent Sunday wi h always the easiest. that the Country is unalterably op- - home in Williams Mines Sunday af- - aro Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Everley, at Wilposedto the service of women in our ternoon, after a visit with relatives of tho office forcj got mixed liams Mines. Part t highest legislative bodies, but rather ami friends in this city. Masters Baughn and Truman, sons on thanksgiving date, and seeing our to a combination of circumstances. it is reported that two cottage? notice in the last Issue about getting of Mr. and Mrs Arthur Everley, Sex did not enter as a part of tho Is- - WIU be constructed in South Beaver one day early, worked have b"en qulto'slck. uo in any of tho districts as appear- - Dam at an early date, by a Mr. the Eheet out Mips Margaret Hunter visited her hard that wo had nothing so ed to us, but battles for election were Taylor. much to do during a couple of days neloe, Mrs. ' R. A. Danks and Mr. fought upon tho same lines as those Families aro tenting In various Danks, of McHenry, last week. wherein men only wera opponents be- - sections of the county, several vvlth- - this week. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wood and litforo the voters. The Congress to be fn tho surrounding mining district. We've five shops In town selling tle daughter, Viola May, spent Sunelected iii 1024 is more than likely An apartment house in Beaver Dam fresh meats and the price 'twixt the day to contain a number of women repre- - would command a big rental this with Mrs. Wood's brothers Mes five for plain side pork varies 7 , ter. per pound. So wj find out by srs. will and Adda Robertson, of Mr Archie R. McDaniel, a former cents Pond Run. hearsay Tho Amnesty paraders and picket- - oh(o but of late years re- -' experience and crs who would move heaven and s,(,ng ,n Panamn ann the Central T.M",l!BIMMMM'''--''ll-jjjj-tjWMMMWe had a private communication " I. W. W's. earth to have tho war-tim- e Amercan countries, is .expected in day and BBWmmmmmmlmmMMMMMMMMWMWMMMMMWKtMMMWMMMlEBM and other slackers and blockers par- - th,g c,ty ,0 vl8'lt hlg mother, Mrs. from I. D. Clairo the other figurdoned from prisons where they are, Hanlo jiCDaniel und other relatives. ho stated therein that he was days in tho great majority of cases, serv- - u , t rBnorta he had arrived In New-- ing on running down for a fow ' Xmas holidays. Wo are during the ing sentences fully merited, have not York City. dozen eggs yet raised their voices in behalf of Rev. Sherman Rlggs has returned gonna filch about be prepared for tho 150 soldiers convicted and serv- from his appointment at Bald Knob. from our wife so's to emergency that may emerge. ing sentences imposed by military Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Daniel havo re- any (Look up tho last used word.) court marshals for violation of mili- turned from Caton, where they attary rules and regulations. From ac- tended the bedside of Mr. Daniel's Fred Robertson and some other tion and Interest of tho Amnesty Com- sister, Mrs. Ida Acton, who was refaithful followers and devotees 01 mittee In demonstrations for free-- ' ported quite 111, for several days. fox hunting one doni of convicts It seems that It Is a Mr. Norton Young, of Olaton, was tho chase were out when after a spirited great deal better to be a convicted In Heaver Dam rec.ntly, on business. night recently, was I. W. W. than a citizen of any. other , A meeting closed recently at Lib sprint of some hours, Reynard ' treed, as fox hunter's parlance In charge. hoieu" class, most especially n soldier. erty. Rev Buckner was ; 1918 Touring a long, $ 7SQ0 contora goes. One of the party made Mr. Klu'g, tho Joweler, of a setNewberry, elected to tho Senate plates extending his offlco and other- - wearrled tramp to the homo 1922 Touring, Plain . . -. $225.00 tho lrom Michigan, indicted, along with greaUy remodeUng tho buainB tler to procure an ax to cutnto 1921 Touring, Starter and D.Rims several others, convicted, freed and; fox for purposes of capture. On his $350.00 finally given hia place In tho Sonate return the ax was wielded upon the 1921 Touring, Starter, D. Rims, Twin Hasslers speed COAL FOR SALE hollow tree at double-quic- k after ono of the most bitter contests .$350.00 over staged In that body for a Scat, by tho eager hunters. After turns In 1921 Touring, Starter $250.00 has resigned. It is generally thought, Coal for sale, at the Jack tolling with the g Implement, tho hollow in fact fairly well known ot by many, Truck, almost new $300.00 Mine, IV2 miles East of was finally reached and to tho chathat money was freely used by par-Hi- ll 1921 Roadster, Starter and Hasslers ties backing both contestants in the Hartford. 21 12 grin of all present and Fred in par $275.00 Michigan olectlou. Henry Ford, tho tlcular, a great, big, white, slick-taile- d A. R. CARSON. 'possum was the reward for and defeated candidate, for that reason, Had ho won was not Investigated. fruits of thoir toll. Don't mention Mnster James Kolley, of Frankfort, on faco of tho returns, and Investl- tho Incident In Fred's presence or In first-cla- ss made, from all ac. nephew of Mrs. Frank Foreman, of anywise let him know that we havo pnfinn rlcldlv accompanied she and Mr. counts, though not In tho record, the' Trrnmnri nn limit vfalt in M hVtrn- - told of tho matter herein. . ...-....- .-. time-payme- nt result would have not been mucu L. P. P . Mr. Certainly too much mon- Dusting rugs and cleaning floors different. Foreman, city. gives poke and admirable shape to ey was used in tho election, but lt, . party losing who the-- figure, washing dishes has a ten-iis generally thu Comb R question of tho other fel-- i, dency to blajch one's hands and early raises the Mahoo(, Btrnnj and March complexion, low's boodlo, ascribing success in eaehj g f(jr $B puUets rising is good for tho Mr. lNwbe' alas! 'tis bard to mako the flap , Ulnlns votes thereto. d ?2,00 each but, ?l00 . -.per believe it. Ty was unuuuuitnu chraper by tbo (,oz defense of his seat and made an cnu J(US VANDBU ALLEN, d , Barbers usually hate uf the matter uy resigning. Bo 20, MoIIenry, Ky. ago It ; men, and rarely over apeak to nion had made the step some tlmo would have, been mucn uouer lor jjr alJlj MrSi Torrcnco Davidson who don't shave. , I himself. and daughters, Mrs. Mao Withers, lias no uso for a person A Lawyer and Mrs. Charles Green, of Yealnan, IIBAVK11 DAM. lu some sort of trouble, and won -- v. n Mr. and Mrs. Luther Hopper and not fimlly, and Mr and Mrs. J. Russell not in trouble need not a lawyer. Mr. Harv Snider, of Canoyvlllo, . wor P.,5f Ar was In this city, on business. Mou-Doc RHoy was away from town last an, Mrg Quy nannoyi wook during a fow days and tho urduy and Sunday. . "ay' ,, Mrs. J. A. Loach has boon 111 sev- round our doors igul lu this V Leral days at tho Leach home In North XOTICK TO TAXPAYERS end of the Burg wasMmniensely onerBOTH PHONES. BOTH PHONES. I To avoid penalty pay your taxes ous. Ofteu wo would stop work anil ,v.31aln St. ' Albln and faintly nroinov- - Bt once. Lizzy which was silent Kverott listen for thu ' . O. A. RALPH, At times wo were In Doc's garage. ing to Louisville. 20t4 compelled, as 'twero' to go down There i quite a shortage ot Sheriff Ohio County. ii - flntered according to law at tho Mr Wllb.'rt E. Hallo was In WilFetoftleo, Hartford, Ky., as wall liams" Mines Thursday and Friday, Hatter of tbo second class. to Address all communications' Ttio Hartford Republican. al trim-ming-- .M J$$ Billiken Shoes l .,., ,,,,i i,n,i ...." ttJIJrJ1r2f? ' si wr .j (si foot-for- '..... I ex-b- (s) all-flr- :d I Cooper Brothers Beaver Dam, Ky. .,!...,, I leiri .on KsOirHe! ., -- ....... wood-cuttin- 1-t- "ar". ""' All o! the above Cars .... are in condition, and '. we can sell them on the plan. Our storage room is small, and we are closing out our stock of used cars at very low prices. i , 1 " long-haire- . Come in; look them over; drive them; try them out to your own satisfaction before buying. 1 im-vV- Beaver Dam Auto Go. BfcAVfcK DAM, KY. A Go to, M. T. LIKENS to get your RED GOOSE SHOES. er They aro tho best mado. lGtf Special Values We are receiving this week some extra fine Coats that we consider unusual values. If you are interested in a good garment at a low price, do not .fail to investigate our stock. Buy your Thanksgiving Oystars, Celery, Cranberries etc. from TATD. Always tho best and freshes'. Mrs. R. 11. The Monarch Will Meet Your Range . Culloy, of Stanley Is a guest of h:r daughter, Mrs. U 0, Barrett, and Mr. Barrett, city Wo will have a car of salt In a few days. Sco us for salt. Get our prices. W. E. ELLIS & BR0. Hartford, Ky. 20tf When In town Requirements go to TATE'S Restaurant, Old Hartford House. Everything to oat, drink and smoke at all hours. terest. Money to Ijouii Low rate of InNo commission. CLARENCE BARTLETT. Att'y.at Law, Hartford. and give you "Dollar for Dollar Value." It is a range constructed of quality material and workmanship. Nothing is sacrificed to make it attractive in appearance awfi lasting in service. ACTON BROS., Hartford, and Tlce Baker say. Jim has been time out, of mind a Notary Public, swoarlng people-- to toll the truth, and Tico Biker would tell it when it suited Mra. Besides these, we are offering out of our regular stock some special prices on COATS, SUITS and DRESSES Ky. Don't bake for your Thanksgiving, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett of Cenlet tho Loyal Women do It. Tele- tral City, spent from Wednesday of phone yoff order to Mrs. C. E. Smith Inst week until Sunday, In Hartford, for cakes, pics etc. as guests of relatlvM. FOR Place your order for for Thanksgiving with HEG. Friday and Saturday fOnlvauETtt. theory of Evolution contradicted Out biblical account of creation. This, reminds us that nearly four centuries ago another pious body sent GallUer to prison because ho taught his Mrs. Ellis Hoover and little daughthat tho earth was round, ia conter, Alma Helen, of Buford, spent Our Baptist friends In convention tradiction to tho inspired account T from Sunday until Tuesday in tltis assembled at Mlddlesboro, solemnly Joshua commanding tho sun to Ma city, a3 guests of Mrs Hoover's asseverated that tho teaching iof the still while he licked tho Philistines. pot-p- ils a 25 per cent reduction on any dress in our Department. Ready-to-We- ar MILLINERY Some special winter styles are now in stock. See us at once, as we are offering some big values at a low price. mother, ; Mrs. E. Crabtreo and Mr Mra W. W. Lloyd, of tho Now Crabtree. Bayifius country, is a guest of her For Sale I have the leading va sister, Mrs. It. R. Wedding and rieties of both earlylnnd lato apple Judge Wedding, city. trees for sale. Price 20 to 30cts. ExMrs. Sue Porter, of the Rob Roy tra good Concord grape vines 10 and R. E. BARRETT, Beaver country, was a gtKst of her brother, lCcts. Mr. Luthr Leach and family, oily, Dam, Route 1. Saturday night and Sunday . Mr. and Mrs. W. S Mills and fami( ly, of Owcnsboro, Mr. and Mrs. W. Mr. David Bishop, who is attend H. Glll'spio and family, Mrs. A. WJ Ing school in Owcnsboro, spent the Mills and daughter, Miss Gustinc, week-en- d In Hartford, as guest of city, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Bishop, Timer Wcstcrfield,' Hartford, R. 2. The Star Theatre, is offering Its patrons three good photoplays next week; Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. See ad In 'this Issue. Mr. and Mrs. S F. Ferguon, of Indianapolis, Ind.,are tho guests of Mrs. Ferguson's parents, Dr. a'nd Mrs. W. T. McKlnney, Beaver Dam. A big Thanksgiving dinner will be given by the Rockport, Ky., P.- - T. A., y Thursday, Nov. 30. Como and turkey dinner for only 50c. a real en-Jo- Star Theatre HARTFORD, KY. Will present to its patrons Thanksgiving Week Three Excellent Photoplays. NIGHT OF THANKSGIVING MK. BIRD HUNTER! See us for your Guns and Shells. ACTON BP,0S., Hartford, Ky. It22 Thursday, November 30th SIR JAMES M. BARRIE'S "The Little Minister" (Muudo Adams Greatest Stage Success) ZMxj&T&Gb, i BEADS ODDLY STRONG (By I. D. Claire) I have "no reverence for that chari ty that endows churches, schools and hospital, and then at the same time withholds from tho beneflclarlta of theso institutions tho more priceless gift of personal sympathy. ' Featuring adorable BETTY COMPSON, a Paramount picture. vN Friday Night, December 1st We have for you the wonderfully charming ' " l. Mrs. Sep McCoy will return home today, from Owensboro, where she The measure 6t the. Ignorance 'of has beon since Tuesday, tho guest of mankind Is evidenced by the limitClu'ivitig Gum Candles NutH KATS FKU1TH her grandmother, Mrs. Sarah less variety of questions they argue Hot Soup Apples about. Politics, religion, commerce, Hot Ifauubergera Orange aro "endless Ifrcsh OysliTK Ituniina.s Mr and Mrs. J. Ross Taylor, who industry, 6clenco etc., l'ork Itiaius rooms in the homo of ,Mis3 Em- topics for dispute of opinion. Plain Grain's had argument. I'ork Chops ma Park,, moved Monday, into tho facts are never subjects of musics TOKACCOS I of Hcavrln & Men never debate the terms of the Alilk rooms over the office multiplication table nor tho points of Smoking ColTeo Heavrln. HARTFORD, KY: j the compass. Clicivlnjr Ml Colli Cignrcttn Mr. 3. 0. Wallace and sons, Hughes Cook's Dry I, am glad to sec the weather go on Head licttucc, fete. Celery Cigars Pops and Elwood, of Central City, arrived Monday night to spend tho bum. During all that long seain Hartford Fon of fine Indian Summer weather, a few' days with Mr. and Mrs. S. T. while I was tolling to earn my dally Baruett. broad, I had constantly In envious Bring us your eggs. Top The Hartford Republican paid. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. prices Martin Porter, of the mind that company of Doc, Bob, the 18tt Mr. and Mrs. nls., foiling and loafing ? Rob Roy community, wero guests of Shoo Fixer et NOVKMKKIl 21 VIUDAV Mr. Elijah Thomas lias accepted a Mr. Porter's sister, Mrs. Wayne tout in front of the- - Republican office position with tho Hartford Herald. Leach and Mr. Leach, city, Saturday Now, gol darn 'era, they will at least have to stay out of sight. night and Sunday. PERSONAL NEWS Attornoy C. II Hoavrin, city, was Too much of our vaunted civiliza AND SOCIAL EVENTS in Central City, on business, Miss Lizzie Miller of Central City, Sunday night until Tues- tion Is but a moderated barbarism sp'.nt from c Puro hog lard, noma rendercdnt day morning in Hartford; as tho and too much of our religion but f W. A. HIMES. Mrs. C. E. Smith, cliy, went to guest of her brother, Mr. Joe T. Mil- veneered mythology. Loulsvlllo Wednesday, ihonping. She ler and Mrs. Miller. Buddy McPheag says the party Men's Suits at a will return today. Fifty dry candidate 15tt Mrs. C. M. Barnett, city, 'left Mon- that nominates a bono Bargain at LIKENS.' Mrs J. D. Tappan, city, day morning for Nashville, Tenn., for governor next year will sweep Dr. and spent a few days in Louisville, last whero sho will make nn extended vis- tho state liko a flro In a broom-sedg- e When In town drop into HEQ'S field on a windy day. Budit with her daughter, Mrs. E. W. 21t3 week, on business. for a bowl of Good Soup. dy's philosophy is that the Sunday Mr. Cooper. Cooper and 4 School peopl? would support such a The Loyal Women will, have their Halslns, Dates and Currents at II. Sheffield, accompanied candidate In order to protect their Mr. B. WILLIAMS & TAYLOIt. cako and pastry sale on Wednesday, 18tt ieg-gor- s by Dr. A. B. Rlloy, city, went to morals and that the 'shiners nnd before Thanksgiving. would support him to protect afternoon, Wednesday Louisville Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Hunter woro a comDoys! girls! Don't forget about where tho former will undergo an their business, and t)uit 6uch ln.Owenshoro Monday afternoon. bination would mako It durned n ar at operation for gallstones. that good Whitman's Candy unanimous. s is putting on a TATE'S. Try a box. Tho Star Theatre, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankeoshlp, couplo of good picture shows this Editor Greop has gone on to a newfor Candied Citron, Orango pool and city, left Wodnesduy morning woek. cities, er and, lot us hopo, a bettor field of Lemon peel for tho Xmas Cako, at Jacksonville and other Florida ' the winter. labor, but the yarns he told llvo af18tf where they will Martin, city, was WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Attornoy Otto C. ter him. Just yesterday I had a letThey anmaklng the trip by In St. Louis Mo., on business, Wedter from a frlond in Lexington ask-In- g Woven wire, barbed wire and nesday. mo if thero wore any grounds for 20t4 and rabbit fencing at f, HERE Ono the. story published In tjin Hartford COLD WEATHER IS W. E. ELLIS & BItQ. ago to tho Apples, Orangos, Dunanas, Grapes, of the necessities of life is warmth. Herald several years all times at Celery, Head Lettuco at that Benedict Arnold's father Heaters, Mr. C. E. Raley, Horse Branch, Wo have a full line of Coal HKQ'S. Need2113 Route 1, was a pleasant caller at this Wood Hea.'rs,! Coal Buckets and was burled near Horse Branch. less to Indicate my answer. ACTON BROS. yesterday. Shovels. 'V Apples, Orauges, Grapefruit, Cel- office while- iu Hurtford Hartford, Ky. 22t2 & ery and.Cranberrles at WILLIAMS Thero Is no urgumont thut will Have you ordered your Thanks18tf TAYLOR.. etc., from tho E. Pate, city, wont to Lex- stand up against ludustrlul life in giving Cakes, Pastries Mr. A. good Loyal Women? Call Mra. 0. E. ington Tuesday, to visit his daugh surance In a larga city beinc a Mlmmlcb, of Manila, ' Mrs. Aleen Carolyn, who is at- - thing for the. agents. Smith, ter, Mlra Martha y P. I., Is a guest or sir. anu jurs. jv.u tnmilne school at the Unlvirslty of c!' Riley, city. A successful business man In this yes ()WENSn0Il6 WAGONS aro Kentucky. Mr. Puto returned f city named Quack, has threo bright as the best. Seo our lino be- terday. " Brains, Pork Frosh Oyttersf Pork boys, but it Is u safe hot that ho does ACTON BROS. fore buying. fresh and smoked. Pork 22t2 Sausage, w o... vwiiu wntittmr ThiinVsclvInK uot ndvlbo any of them to make a Hartford, Ky. 21t3 ChopS at HEO'S. turkeys. Wo buy- - e"KE and poultry doctor of himself.' jfcTf headquarters for tho best every day In tho year. Highest cash TATE'S cash Thanks, Fluke, for information s, Wo will imy you the highest prices paid. frult3, candles, nuts, ' oysters, ( Nov. lGth. price for rabbits after about tho Hoarded Huron. I know uiul creamery E. ELLIH & IJKU. pork 'sausago, W. W. E. ELLIS & DRO. Hartixa, Ky. one cau dopeud on what Jim Davis , 20t4 butter etc. Hartford,- Ky. WALLACE REID Heg's Place "Hell Diggers" To say Wallace Reid is sufficient Thrills galore! A Paramount picture. Also Harold Lloyd Comedy. Saturday Night, December 2 "THE SHEIK OF XRABY" A magnificent revival of "The Man Who Turned White," starring H. B. WARNER, a Robertson-Col- o picture. Also Starland Revue. Doors Open 7 O'clock. Show begins 7:30 O'clock. REGULAR ADMISSION. ' All-Wo- ol $10,000 FUR SALE POSTPONED! -- TO BE HELD- 27-2- Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 8 M es - ef-fo- ct ed Mr. J. Fine, who was to have conducted' the $10,-0- 00 sale of ur Coats, Capes, Wraps, Chokers and Neck-piecfor CARSON & CO., Nov. 21st and 22nd failed to arrive on account of illness, but he or some other efficient fur salesman will conduct the sale Monday and Tuesday, Nov. 27th and 28th. He will have some remarkable values to show you. Come in and see thorn. CARSON & COMPANY HARTFORD, KY. pork-chop- 20tl Ono secret of tbo gront success of the rodent control work carried on by tho Blologlcnl Survey of tho United States Department of Agriculture Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican has made a special In Wyoming nnd other States, in co clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial operation with tho extension forces Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one of the Stato agricultural colleges, is tho help rendered by Individuals who year for the low price of give tholr timo and labor to assist In distributing the poison on Federal Stato and county lands. In most -- ANDcases Inadequate funds ar; available for this work, and wherever this valuable frco lnbor is given tho Govern-- ' Botuity v. Poison. The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest ment is saved largo sums of mony In 1G years an Oregon farmer paid that would othcrwiso bo needed for and best papers in the South and we hope to receive out $2,500 in bounties on pocket rodent control. many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and gophers, at 25 cents apiece, to get Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. 750 acres of land cleared of those seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in nrcckinrldge county farmers this pests. Ills private opinion was that fall showed their faith In tho value of your subscription now. Don't delay. the bounty men always left a few cover crops for protecting fields from animals so that thoy could come back washing and tho leaching of plant again. A domonstrator of the Bio- food during the winter by sowing 50 logical Survey of the United States per cent more rye than was planted Department of Agriculture visited last year, County Agent R.M. Jrcen skirt. Uivc It a jerk or two nnd tho this man's farm nnd showed him how says. skirt is pulled up five or six inches. uso poison. The cost of the first to It works llko n window blind, but application was $1.50 for poison and A total of 211 farmers and poultry heaven pity the blind! A metropolitan daily paper that contains a com$21 for labor for seven days' tlmo.'A ralsors in Laurel county learned the plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. second application Is yet to be made method of distinguishing between tho Washington Post- - She- who has to complete eradication, but after the good nnd poor layers in their poultry State news from correspondents in all parts of Kenfirst application only one fresh goph- flocks this fall by attending poultry tho looks kct 'cm. service gives all the news tucky. The Herald's local Succeed when everything else falls. er mound could bo found. In nervous prostration end female culling demonstrations held over the of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marplanning to Concord Monitor Is veaknesse ihey ore the sunrcme county by County Agent P. II. Wil- make one's children rich wlso family in charge of the most reliaket and Sport pages, are temeuy, u thousands have icalified. Corn Kxport.s Increasing. son and the extension division of the policy or sound social policy? Par ble authorities on these special subjects. Exports of corn from tho United College of Agriculture nt Lexington, better Is a horltngo of high Ideals J FOR( KIDNEY, LIVER AND a UIWACH TROUBLE Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with States for the first eight months of good manners, liberal education nnd rf it is tlis best medicine erer sold 1922 exceeded the exports for the ena daily newspaper that interests every member of Pour Wayne county farmers have training for the battlo of llfo. Glv-ov" 'di""CCk '" coqnt" tire year 1921 by 2,488,743 bushels, completed arrangements to cooperate en mose, a cnim win navo somcining the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you according to figures compiled by the with' County Agent H. J. Hayes nnd better than money to pass on to tho want in addition to your local paper. United States Department of Agricul- the extension division of tho College grandchildren. Given theso, tlv sucIf you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to ture. Tho total exports for 1921 of Agriculture at Lexington In con- ceeding generations will not neld f ;re 128,974,505 bushels and for the ducting demonstrations on tholr wealth, but they will know how to your remittance. first eight months of 1922, 131, 4C3,- - farms this fall In order to give farm- uso it if they have It. Order your subscription through 248 bushels. Theso figures do not ers in that section of tho state some THE REPUBLICAN, iucludo corn meal and corn flour, of of the practical pointers on cattle which 452, 76C barrels tho equiva- feeding. Hartford, Ky. lent of 1,S11,064 bushels of corn PERSONAL HYGIENE Porty-on- e were export: d during tho first eight Marlon county farmers I Ohio County Dissolved la tvatcr for douches top ninl imliltrv mlsnra nro tinAnltit- - riv. I months of 1922. peWic catarrh, ulceration nnd Inlam-mftlioRecommended Ly Lydja E. cords on their poultry flocks to show Finkhatn Med. Co, for ten yenr. Work Willi Weather Bureau In that hens will lny more. eggs during A healing wonder for wind catarrh, the winter if they are fed right nnd .r ore tnror.t and inm Disti'iliiitiiiK Warnings. :..i r Meets first Monday In March. May H .jtrawdauiy ckaCMai and iridmiUI pom. County Agent A commercial company which does kept In good houses. and July; third Monday In September "Nearly half tho exports of corn trymen of the College of Agriculture II. J. Childress says. Those who arc Monday in Novomber: their return from different a large fruit business in Central and keeping records have entered Tom the United States in 1921 thir I and fourth South American countries contiguous udge Qcorgo S. Wilson, Owsnsboro, bushels went to Canada,' parts of the state. In many cases 582,806 g pro S a anil also oper- flocks In the winter Com'tli. Attorney Qlover II. Cary, according to the United States De- - tho diseases are caused by damp, to the Caribbean plants in those re- ject being conducted over the stats by I ! Cnlhnnn. C Agriculture. Much of dirty, poorly ventilated, crowded, ates several radio jiartment of gions has arranged with tho Weather the extension division of the College c,ctfrFrank Blnck. his corn, however, was later shipped ( drafty quarters. Proper housing to of Agriculture, at Lexington D?part-meMaster Commissioner -- B. II. Ellis. to Europe, Canadian statistics show- - remedy these conditions is being sug- - Bureau of the United States of Agriculture to broadcast spe- Trustee Jury Fund L, B. Tichcnor. lng that only 12,000,000 busneis gested as the first step for farmers Mabel, her knees crowed was tcll- to take In controlling the diseases. clal weather bulletins twice daily for inB the United were imported from COUNT! COUIIT of the hlBh cost of s,!tc stockings. shipping, j Scores of letters are being written by the benefit of Caribbean States for consumption. orVt," "l ha(l t0 I)a' alr I Convenes first Monday in each me college poultrymen telling in Theso bulletins will bo sent from tho! am wearing," she salu month: to weath quiring farmers how to stop the rav radio station on Swan Island in the Of considerable interest "Oh well," piped up her young Judge R. R. Wedding. western Caribbean. er forecasters in this country is the ages of the diseases In their flocks. brother, "It was well spent, for three County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. Tho morning bulletin will he in by Norwegian conclusion reached Clerk Guy Hanney. two parts, the first to bo broadcast dollars' worth is always visible." meteorologists, recently announced Burlcy Guiding Woik Seen As Better m Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: I only during the hurricano season, Marketing Moto iy a meteorologist of the Weather COLD SNAP DAMAGES Mack Cook, Iris Render, George which embraces the months June Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. TobacUureau, of tho Department of AgriMANY MEXICAN CHOPS P. Jones. to December, inclusive. It will conculture, viz, that tho properties ol co grading demonstrations that are Jailer Nat Hudson. 1 Ma tain weather observations from 10 A Safe (HJ Fashioned the air with respect to stability and being put on over the hurley district Mexico City, Nov. 18 A recent QUARTERLY COURT selected stations In the Caribbean Sea Kenedy far Worms moisture content are more important this fall through the cooperation of coasts; the second cold wave which swept over virtual- Convenes first Monday In each month. and on near-b- y Seventy. fnrarearacontui-uou- a ly the enjtlro republic did great crop lactors for the occurrence of summer the Burloy Tobacco Growers' Cooper- part of the bulletin will contain dally uie i tho best teiti. Jocal showers than tho general dis- ative Association, county agricultural damage, especially to corn and'beans, FISCAIi COURT monml FXEY'S HIMIflia forecasts of wind and weather fori agents and the 'xtsnston division of tribution of pressure. tho nation's staples, according to re- can offer you. Gulf of Mexico and the Carlb Convenes Tuesday after first Mon Keep a bottle always on ports received by tho Department of tho College of Agriculture mark a the hand. It will help keep Exports of corn during each of the big stop toward oetter methods of bean west of west longitude. 73 de- Agriculture. Crop losses are va day in January; first Tuesday In the litdo onea healthy of 1322 were marketing Kentucky farm products, gtees, and advices and 'warnings re riously estimated at from ten to thlr- - April and October, R. R. Wedding first three months and happy. garding the location and movement Ity per County Judge, presiding. larger than during any month of 1921 according to O. B Jesr.es? chief of of cent. cneraUlorr; or if your doler hurricanes In warm weather and 1st District J. P. McCoy. Hartford according to the U. S. Department of the college markets section. The imcan lUuppljyou.irndhianun r "northers" In winter. ad 30c in ilinpi and we'll W. C. Kuott, VIEWS OK INTEHEST TO WOMEN 2nd District Agriculture. portance of striving for uniformity and you a kotila promptly. Tho night bulletin will bo broad- -' Detroit Free Press If some woand quality in tjio burloy leaf crop LiS. HEY. bltkirt. HI. cast dally thruout tho year and will man should establish herself firmly 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons 1 The Netherlands was' the largest will be stressed in tho demonstracontain forecasts, advices, and warn- in congress, for instance, carrying 4th District J. R. Murphy, aMGMaaaaool jnarket, except Canada, for American tions. Any farm nrnduct that has ings of same character as those elections In her district timo after corn in 1.921, having received these two characteristics is far less containedthe in the second part of tho time, and growing In political wis- Cth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart bushels, according to the hard to market than Jlinse that do ford, R. P. D. No. 4. morning bulletin. A circular giving dom, she might get as good a place WILL YOUw United States Department of Agricu- not have thorn. Mack MartinNarrows tho details of the broadcasting may In seats of tho mighty as Uncle Joo Oth District TAKE OUR Tho next largest markets, lr lture. 11. P. D .No. 2. bo obtained on application to the Cannon ever had. order of receipts, were United King- Filmier Show How to Ssie Manure Chlof of Iff 7th District J. Walter Taylor, Bfa tho Weather Bureau, Washdom, Germany, and Mexico. And Build up Lund. ver Dam, R. P. D. No. 3. ington, D. C. . Ashovllle Times Tho height of HOARD OF EDUCATION fashion Is descending. A Trealmjirt Loxiugton, Ky., Nov. 19. Scores Old nud Wary Animals Scrub livestock gradually is giving Aie Ilai-t- l to Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason county, of pointers on building up farm lands way to purebreds in Uallard WEAR Trap or Shoot. London Express Let us wd this Convenes First Monday In over) nSaKlaWaHk County Agent E. A. Whalin says. by saving mnnuro and using, it right It Is ono thing to hunt predatory perpetual gibbering and bleating month. Mrs. I, S. Muson, S. S. O. C LUNGS Of Four purebred Jersey cows and one are being brought out by demonstra animals In practically virgin terri Secretnry-Treasuro- r. outstanding registered Jersey bull re- tlons that Kentucky farmers are put tory, and make a spectacular killing, about sex. Tho more we talk about and CONSUMPTION cently was bought by fnrmers In tho ting on in cooperation with the Col- and quite another tp go Into a dls-- ti it, the more wo play Into tho hands R. A. Owen, Chnlrman, Hartford of those who make capital out of It. R. P. D. No. 6. county. lege of Agriculture, according to R. A Quick roller for that tired, let whoro only tho wicked old offeellnr E. Stephenson, soils specialist of tho fenders that have eluded everybody Tho more capital that can be made W. R. Carson, Vlco Chairman, Hart- cougbf, palm in elicit, nlfht iwrali, liemor. from It, tho moro plays and novels ford. R. P. D. No. 3. rhserr, weak lungt or consumption. II it data Cuttlu Feeder Sated $1!W in Few college. Tho demonstrations are tho are left to catch. Hunter John N. Will bo produced concerning c It, to Nat Llndloy, Centortown, R. P. D. 1 sat htlp you it coita you nolhloi. start of a definite move to cut down Martin was sont by tho Biological Minutes. L.OCK. BOX 610 tho detriment of tho morals of the!01'8 Stevens, Beaver Dam OHIO MEDICAL GO. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. Ono ex- heavy annual losses in tho millions Survey of tho United Stntes DepartCOLUMBUS O Claud Renfrow, Dundeo flapper. ample of tho hundrods of good things of dollars worth of manure produc- ment of Agriculturo to some sheep Examinations. coming to Kentucky beef cattle feed- ed In the stato. ranges near Plalnvlow, S. Dak.,- ad- St. Louis Star It seems a bit Nineteen farmers who rantdomon-stratlon- s jolnlng tho Cheyenno Indian ReserFor Common School Diplomas ers thru their cooperation with tho strnngo that women should have to on thtlr farms last winter vation, and found extension divlslou of the College of that during tho organize for tho right to wear skirts Fourth Frldny and Saturday Jn Janaverage preceding Agriculture was found in the recent reported that they saved an wintor and spring tho any length thoy pleaso. Tho only uary, and Second Friday and Saturday in May, To bo held in Fords County Agent C. L Hill and of 1,500 pounds of manuro a month country had been hunted aiul trapvisit of way tho nverage woman can resist 'mi jviuo, weaver mm and Hartford. M'n via ml Ilhnads. beef cattle special from each 1,000 pounds of livestock ped over by bounty hunters, with tho For Teachers' Certificates Third coders' on their farms Only about half of result that all pups and young ani- changing fashions is to bo conscious 1st of the collego, to cattle that she has a wido support among Friday and Saturday In May, June ' Jn the eastern part of Nelson county. the fanners who ran demonstrations mals, or those easy to take, were nnd September. Except notice is was' used bedding, with the result that gone; sheep losses, ntvertheless. "were her fellow womon. It was estimated that ono feeder given to the contrary the lattor saved moro than $135 In only a few tho other nno wore not ablo to savo;occurrluK constantiy London Punch Tho averags wowill be held in Hartford. cnango in the liquid part of the manure. Only' Working steadily nlnutes by means ot a j for two and a by ono of the 19 farmers spread the half months, Huntor Martin took 35 man hus a vocabulary of only 800 OTHER OFFICERS feeding methods recommended words, wo are Informed. This may Tnv munuro as fast us It was produced, coyotes and 2 bobcats, County Agent Hill and Mr. Rhoads. n. f. Keown Commissioner all old ani ha quite true, but there tiro times Feelirfcht all tho timo. Don'tbyeH Fordsvlllo. Feeding tests were explained to tho tho other IS storing It In tiheds until mals. About of them when she soems to know all llio oth from work for days by taking calomef Surveyor C. S. Moxloy, Fordsvlllo farmer to show him how ho could they could haul It to their fields. boio evidence of having been In traps er as well. when pleasant Z.i'u.Vr. Lux kecpa vo On an averago, tho 19 farmers put Representative Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo rcliovingyour cut In half tho amount of cottonseed from which they had escaped, or of trouh. the manure on tholr fields nt the rate having been shot and wounded at Run. le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dorft meal that ho was planning to feed. El Paso Times Tho female with take anything else. You can't afforil of about five tons to tho ucro. Pivo uoiiio previous timo. In HARTFORD addition to tho specie is moro lavish than tho U. JUlmlnatea poisons, cleanses By Police Judges J, D. Holbrook. J'oultry Diseases Found AVorso Than of tho 19 used most of tho mnnuro this kill, Martin reported that 59 male. tem and relieves constipation., A nat XV. C. Blankonshtp. com while six others used most poisoned for Mnor Ever Before ural remedy, naturalm. Its actions, halts wcro taken. The Council L. II. Bishop. Secy. In Its effect and certain in results. bum on tholr bounty system has Lexington, Ky., Nov. 19. Roup, of tho manure produced It beu abandoned Los Angeles Times Now the won't be Jong before Liv. VoLax wlfl chicken-po- x and canker, three close- farms on tobacco. Many ot the dem- in ninny places us a result of demon. HOOKI'OKT French have ovolved n compromise S,et&nVi8placo ca!omel I" Robert L. Green, Judge. ly associated poultry diseases, nro onstrators reported Unit they used stratlons by tho Biological Survejr, as gown, It is a dropcurtaln'nffalr can take it freely btJ and With perfect safety. Every bottloRuar-ontceA Leo W. Phorson, Marshall. worse in Kentucky this year than tho matuiia! 011 all tholr crops it has been found that better results works with jsomethliiB llko a puck-vrln- g 60c and $1 In bottles. Yjoa Edd Cooper, Chairman. thoy huvo been In any previous year,! common practlco among tho dairy' In stopping live-stolosses nro ob string. Just loosen tho cord genuine, without tho likeness and sb-n-T W. II. Blackburn, Clerk. to reports mado by poul- - men who ran domonbtratlons was to tained whfn a hunter is hired to give! ..according L. K. Crfcoby. For sale by r and tho girl will have a StUli Mason, Treasurer, J, H. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, k'yc lG-fo- ot $5,75 Pays For Both The Hartford Republican feed grain find milk tholr cows In (stnnchIoii8, afterword turning them Into sheds that wcro well bedded. Paul Paris, a dnlryman In Crittenden county, who koeps 20 cows, kept his mnnuro In n 12 by shed outsldo th? barn. The shed which had a concrcto floor and was walled up three nnd n half feet high, took $35 worth of material whilo tho work of building It was dono by Mr, Paris. Ho says that tho fertility sav ed by tho shod will pay for tho cost of It In a short timo. D. 11. Kellcy, Fayette county, who has 40 cows, built a shed costing $110 which he expects to pay for In throe yoars by tho fertility that he saves. nil his time to hunting, trapping and poisoning nnd It Is hold rcsponslblo for destroying tho actual k killers. live-stoc- A CASH OFFER 0 $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald teciriS -- liters -- Every Woman Wnntej SSE DIRECTORY circuit court a, FARM DEPARTMENT. 58,-up- on garag.?Kr:a asrsajv egg-layin- nt Mothers uso n S K3 frejft FmeCMdreirL. YefMI ue S3 15s5? GERMINAL REMEDY ffor FORtONE MONTH 'i - USE LI V-VER-- j For Lazy Liver and the Troubles, of Constipation, two-thir- d. ck full-leng- th a t r propor for such n momorlal to stand W'ymipin.'a amnmar -3S within a stono'a throw of tho placo PYJTC I bibl whero Jofforson Davis became 2 president of tlu Confederacy. FcrTluV.Veeli Tho u trro aftarward myslorlously disapnibla ThntifrhU memorized, will rruro a I! prteelcis hcrtueo In alter yn. peared nnd tho following note was ftagaii.rajmmoirrXtTt2nninlnniDnipiiuuuiJuiS4 left on tho spot: "Tho Daughtors of tho Confcd.racy nro our mothers nnd this Is tho South. Thoro nro no trees FORGIVE AV? DE FORGIVEN: I In honor of Southern gontlomen In tho When yo stnnrt va- - B forgive, If' J Tho following chnrncterlstlc stnto- - Capltol yard at Washington nnd our yo hnvo aught a a in ; that your 7nont was niailo, recently, by M. 1J. war mothors do not want this ono Father also wh'f "von for- lH'J Hnchol Ave., Akron! Nowlnn, here." give yo'ur trespasses. Mrfc 11:25. Ohio, n valued employe of t'.io Good-yESAFETY FItOM EVIL: The fear Ktililier Co. TO DRAFT MARITAL UI Mi of tho Lord tendeth to llfo; and ho "What It takes to build a man up that hath It shall abide satisfied; he to Rood health Tnnlac certainly has Tho Oentrnl Federation of Wo- shall not bo visit d with evil. ProvI took tho medicine 1 was men's Clubs appointed It. lleforc Mrs. Edward erbs 19:23. all run down, like an old worn-ou- t F. White, doputy attornoy-genorof IT .CAN'T DE DONE: No man clock, nnd Just could not got right. Indlann, to draft a bill providing for can serve two masters for either he My stomach Just wouldn't work at national marriage and dlvorco reguwill hate one and lovo tho other; or nil, nnd I suffered from fins'pnini, lations. It Is proposed to make dlelse ho will hold to the ono, and debloating nnd nausea ho bad I dread- vorco obtainable only on grounds of spise tho other. Vo cannot servo I got awfully Infld llty, Incurable ed to eat anything. de- - God insanity, nnd mammon. Matthew 6:24. , thin and nervous, couldn't sleep sertlon for ono year, cruel treatment Lay EARTHLY TREASURES: worth n cent, and Rot up mornings or conviction of an Infamous crime. jnot up for your3:ives treasures upon with ii tcrrlhlo headache nnd so diz- Tho bill will provide, that applica barth, where moth nnd rust doth corzy I could hardly stoop over to put tions for marriage licenses be pub-- ! rupt, nnd whero thieves break thru my rimes on. llshed two weeks beforo the core-- 1 and steal. Matthew C:19. "After n few weks use of Tnnlac mony, that a divorce onco granted TEACHING TRANSGRESSORS: I haven't an actio or a pain. In will ho valid in every state and that' Restore unto mo the Joy of thy fact, I couldn'J. ful better If I neither party will bo permitted to re-- 1 and uphold me with thy free wanted to. I can work nil day and marry for one year nfter tho granting spirit. Then will I teach transgresnover scorn to tiro any more. Tnnlac of tho interlocutory decree. sors thy ways; and sinners shall bo Is certainly great." converted unto thco. Psalms 51:12-1Tanlac Is sold by all good drug WHY ONIONS CAUSE "CRYING" gists. IN SPIRIT AND IN TRUTH: OoO c The aroma arising' from an onion Is a spirit; and they that worship PLAN EDUCATIONAL WEEK when it is peeled of course affects the hlm must worship him In spirit and olfnetory nerves in the nose. Coming In truth. John 4:24. j V. S. Commissioner of Education In contact with tho dollcato memGOD'S LOVE: The Lord hath apTlKert recently outlined plans for a brane of the eyes It causes a sensa peared of old unto me, saying, Yea, Educational tion of pain there. At onco a stlmu- - T nationwide "Amcrcan havo lovcd thco wlth an everlasting "Week" between tho third nnd ninth lus travels over tho nerves to tholoVG. therefore with loving klndn-s- s of December. Such plans hnvo been tenr glands. Just as would bo the case hnva j drawn theo. Jeremiah 31:3. specially advocated by the bureau of if n cinder or other Irritating sub-- j m a, education, tho National Education stance got Into tho eye. The glands Thcro nro many little ways of Association and tho American Le- - respond by pouring out n flood at practicing economy in tho homo," jrlnh. It Is purposed to devote each tears. This natural flow-- t proclaimed Walter Whecse sagely to ilay of the week to the promotion of Ing over the eyeball, forms a film nl3 Bllegt( after making sure Mrs. one particular branch of educational which thuts out tho onion "gas"j Wheese was out of hearing, work. from direct contact with tho nerves ..So?.. encouraged, tho visitor poof the cyo and" so prevents Injury to Rtely. NEWSPAPER VIEWS them, ''Yes. Last winter my wife said wo must get a new sofa in the spring.' Rnplds Herald Ovor In Grand Stop coughing! you rack the lungs "Well?" INCORPORATED Englaud tiyro Is n boy who has nev-- r nnd worry tho body. Ilallard's "Instead, I got a new spring in Maybe nil that ho has Horehound Syrup checks irritation, laughed. the sofa." ever heard aro English Jokes. heals tho lungs and restores comfortable breathing. Price 30c, GOc Albortson I'll never vote for that To get and $1.20 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Pittsburg Gazuttc-TImman Ford for president. ono County Drug Co. u license to run nn automobllo m GUI Why not? has to have had somo experience but Why, I had Just found Albertson afin marriage tho experience comes IMPRISON CONVICTED BREWERS a man who was going to give me ter tho license. $300 for my old Llzzlo when thc Michael Iiilsluger, Joseph Herman Ford Co. cut tho price of new cars WILL NOT MARRY FOR MONEY wish as a national organization, to First Guest I'm sure I don't know Capper's Weekly William Bro3s, and MIchnol Keck, officials of the to support the standard of valuj for tho why they call this hotel "The Palms" $298. Lloyd, millionaire I. W. W. sympa- Schaller Hrewing Co., of Cincinnati, do you? I've nover seen a palm anyMiss Ruth Spanicr, of New York, price asked." thizer, must- pay tho forfeited bond Ohio, were found guilty by a Jury where near tho place. Only a Cold. who was bequeather $25,000 by an "My husband acts tho perfect bear of Rig UIU Haywood, who fled to of conspiring to manufacture, posSecond Guest You'll see tbom beuncle on condition that she get mar$15,- - sess, transport nnd sell be?r Russia. It cost Mr. Lloyd Just of Il Are you 111? is often answered fore you go. It's a pleasant llttlo ried, says that sho prefers to sell all the time." 000 to trust nn I. W. W. "Mine doesn't a perfect bear will surprise the waiters keep for the legal alcoholic content In violation 'Oh! it's only a cold," as If a cold bread, rolls and pies in her mothII I Florida guests on tho last day of their stay. of tho national prohibition act. ""wis a matter of Httla consequence, er's store. Declaring that marrying hug you it given a chance." ,, Let us inree wcro given snon pr.sui. Fort Smith Tltnes-Rtcor- d St. Louis Star. JUt peopie are beginning money has no lure for her, sho Times-Unioto learn for bo thankful that Adam, when ho tences besides heavy lines, mis is that a common cold is a. matter not said: "When I marry it will be for " named tho animnls wns uninfluenced repotted to bo tho first case where to bo trifled with, that some of tho love, and I am not going to change FIRST MASS HELD IS NEW "Sir, your daughter has promised SING SING DEATH HOUSE to become my wife." by tho man who nanus Pullman cars. prison sentences have been imposed most serious diseases start with a my mind Just because of this beon charges of conspiracy under f.Vj cold. As soon as the first indication quest." "Well, don't come to jno for sympaOsslning, N. Y., Nov. 18. Mass thy; you might havo known somejudge Dry version of an nn6ient dry law. of a cold appears take Chamberlain's fc adage: Satan finds somo moonshine Annrnrlmntnli' 4S flflrt Oflfl nprsnnS was celebrated for the first time in thing would happen to you, hanging Cough Remedy. Remember that the RECORDS Sing Sing's new death house recent-nhfi- n around here five nights a week." hands may brow. I IIREAK ntlll whero Idle sooner you get rid of your cold the In the United States now use gas for, iy h' father William E. Caschin, Honeycomb Briefs. hpntimr nn.i- onnkinir. - ...C7 less the danger, and this remedy will IQM.IHD .WVn I Two new world records for egg Father Tho Pretzel Tho scarcity of coal . Last year the American people used chaplain of the prison. help you to throw it off. ni Caschin used a portable altar, which It ca?y this year to observe fire laying are announced by the Washinado "Anything else?" inquired thcr 326 billion cubic feet of manufacington state coHpgo experimental prevention day. "Did her father encourage you?" tured gas, an increase of 7 billion was set up in the prison corridor for druggist after filling a prescription. statioif. A white leghorn hen own "If this is the real stuff," replied "Ho smoked a cigar I hap cubic fest over 1920 and 20 billion' tho service. He plans a weekly mass for the condemned men henceforth. tho customer, "you nflght as well let Now York Evening Mall Wheh a ed by II. M. Leather of Woodland, pened to have In my pocket nnd' bor-- cubic feet over 1919 me have a package of headache powman makos his mark In Germany, he Wash., laid 365 eggs in a year and. rowed $10. Is that encourageI wish it were possible for us to ono of the station's own leghorn ment?" "That iftdy talks all the time." ders." Yonkers Statesman. lorsn't make much. hens surpassed last year's record byi "Shi: has heard," suggested Miss drive home to the whole American "Encou'ragenfint? My boy. It conDefpnding Counsel Think, genWashington Star DIvorceM nre so laying 330 eggs In the same period looks to me as if you were already a Cayenne, "that slleiics i.i goldn: arid people the conviction of needed cern for our educational necessities. tlemen of the Jury, my client Is so story of a golden Frefrequent that the member of tho family." Birming Is trying to bo economical." FAVORS "SAVING WAGE" Our hopes for the evolution of a deaf he only hears the voice of conwedding party makes exceptionally mont Messenger. ham constantly improving system of hu- - science with difficulty. Christian interesting' reading. Sounding a warning against "se- j man organization will find their Jus- - Korsaren. WOMAX TYPHOID CARRIER ...... .... nrlnnlnlM . Matty tho Hum u Pardon me, sir, v.m titration in the widening, the deep- exchange tir.it niMmiitTfitlmia Imttt nn , .r. Louisiana Journal An intolerance, hatred and prejudice.'!"1"- ""'" 'uu ocu" ""'"--' of that Felix Thoy tell mo your complexA'ccordlng to the New York state ening, the unlversallzatlon wants to know what has become of of UL'il'i family doctor. Ho Secretary of Labor Davis, In a speech health authortles 13 cases of typhoid Intelligence, that moral conscious- ion Is all made up. Polite Pedestrian No. I'm tho at Portland, Ore., declared that he Felice That's false. fever have been definitely traced to ness which furnish Inspiration for has gone to join tho every human advance. WARREN fnvors a "saving wage" In opposition Felix That's what t,hey meant. Matty tho Bum Thank you. Now, one woman who for more than 20 family. to a "living wage." "I believe", he G. HARDING. Princeton Tlgor. will you kindly hand over your y:ars has been an Innocent carrier of the contagious disease among her "Wo are said, "every man should b entitled watch and purse? Syracuse Edlnburg day and a wage to an eight-hou- r friends and relatives in that state. Just now beginning to look a dollar which permits him not only to bring The health department has placed says Lloyd George. We I ho face," In f up his children ns a man's children Meek I forgot myself today and nor under restrictions. ltavt" he"" " "t,ro tnn1Ilar terma up, but to put spoko sharply to my wife. t Wo have ueen Kiss- should bo brought for l 0UK tlmu. nside small sums regularly from his "Do you, know why we call our Peek Did she resent it?. ing Hi Pin RMWy ' years. Break-Dow- n ngainst pay envelope to provide Meek For a moment she did. But language the Mother Tongue?" emergency and old age." "Because Fatjf r neier gets a Maria is a woman nfter Juiljjn It oii want to own The e sho had thought It over she shook chance to use it." Stockholm Son-daANNIE LANOE, of use. I soon saw a great improvelluuuo thai Jack Dullt, first earn the MRS. F. D. 1, Burlington, Tex., ment, so I kepi it up. I used seven Nlsso. hands with mo and congratulated mr Jiick. on my bravery. Boston Transcript, FOR FLETCHER'S writes as follows regarding bottles of Cardui, and carfsay (lie "Thia check." tho bank teller taid.' A man's' definifiKtltiimiHilItt Star ! herexperience withCardui: "Some money was well spent, for i grew A bootblack in New York is a so- "isn't filled In, ma'am." tion of ti HviiiK wngo depends on "How so?" said the woman, with time ago I had a nervous break- well and strong. Am now able to ciable chap, and conversation is InCOUNTESS IS DRESSMAKER it r giving it. wlinlliur ho ti KOlllMB a puzzled smile. evitable. down of some kind. . . I was very do all my housework and a great "YoUf husband's name." thu teRer "You are a foreigner," ho was Ruc.ntly an American girl returnThere are weak and so nervous. 1 had faint- i!mI nf vinrlr h(irtM ' Ht..lnlh Ntiws Press good people ed from Florence, Italy, wearing a explained, "Is signed to tho check all n, W) If you are weak, ing spells and suffered a great deal, two olHumm of imuple "Not foreigner," he ahswored. ' r'ght hut It doesn't state bow much classifying beautiful gown made entirely by the x And tho but more from the weak, trembly, nervous and suffer from the ail- iiinl had pooplo. hands of Countess Marguerite de "American from d other side." N. money you want. in doiiti hy thu nt'H'l pooi'lufeeling than anything mcnls peculiar to women, it is woman, looking re--' "Oh," said tho Casslui, who was well known in this Y. Evening Post. . else. 1 knew I needed a tonic, and very likely that Cardui will help (gS) Ileved, "Is that all? Just give Wo hear a lot country 20 years ago as the nleco llnston Trnorlnt "You are. a singular sort of girl!'" please, all there ls. Detroit Free needed it badly. I began the use you, in the way it helped Airs. war of tho Russian ambassador. For many I 'iimwt Kuropi.'H Interest In tho "Well, that's easily altered." Press. of Cardui to see if I couldn't get Langeand has helped thousands .lebtH. hut wo don't sco much of the months she lived with the refugees Melbourne Punch. I some strength, as I knew of other ot others, during the past 40 years. at Florence and mado her living by Interest on this sldo of tho water. "Fellow tax dodgers" began tho sewing for tho tourists. Now she cases that had been helped by its Ask for, and Insist on, Cardui. Knlcker What hai succeeded candidate. And that put him In right and n kinswoman have opened a "obiy" In the marriage service? J News Difference WuMhliiGtcm with his audience at the start. I Docker Oh, boy! New classical dancing and taking a dressmaking shop where she hopes to York Louisville Courier-Journa- l. I be of tfbrvlce to her former Amerl-ca- u Herald. bath Is you uso water lu bathing. friends. CAMP FIRE GIRLS RAN RAFFLES MEMORIAL TREE DISAPPEARS THE MINIMUM. "They say people with opposite Tho Camp Fire Girls announce that German are said to they will no longer permit raffles or When Doy Scouts planted a Roose- characteristics make the happiest be applying for pensions according the selling of chances for their b t. velt memorial tree on the capliol marriages." Ala., the "Yes; that's why I'm looking for to their military ranks. At least, at Montgomery. lawn "Tho idea of getting something' J Daughters of tho Confederacy pro- a girl with money." Western Chris they ought to ba awarded an Ameri without effort has lured many to' can soldier's bonus. Life. ? ground that It nvs lc- - tian Advocate. useless labor," they aver "and wt tested on the Newlon Couldn't Feel Better if He Wanted To. JLr n I! CALL ON us al For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale' Bills, are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we Business and other ards. i n; BLA2MH DEEDS, MORTGAGES, 3. Ac, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. eye-was- Hartford Printing Cojnpany HARTFORD, KENTUCKY es I J - A "-- n. EGG-IAYI- N WWW-- - 50-ce- nt H - Age-Heral- d. u.o-.........- .... -.. - Post-Standa- $$$$$ Nervous ae fair-mind- ' Children Ory CASTO Rl A J run-dow- - ni) ne-fl- CARDUI The Woman's Tonic y. that old Mack was WASHINGTON COMMENT tho only dog ot the Jaded pack that was nlilc to accept their challenge, j and Increase his apecd. Fjporl Or Tho Oltlen lnyN CJr.illrtu. Not Infrequently tho proponent of A clvr valley beginning near tho X 'JJrlali'il Ivy Dr. .1. V. Tny- residence ot C. J. Render, and run- - a vigorous Amorlcnnlzatlon progrnm. lor of llurtfortl. . nlnt; down to trio bottom and from Is nnswered with "Oh, whnfj tbc mo?, More man xorty years ago, while this point to the river tho timber A few forolgnors, moro or lci, who 1ho Itflator of this story roaldcd at had been dendenod and most ot tho don't understand us, won't hurl" There nro plenty of patriot!- - and Cromwell, onp of tho oldest settle- - trees fallen, but tho small growth 'n few In Ohio county, ho, with John had not tlmo to grow up and olf- - sentimental reasons why xnenU asd Davo Gentry and Kasslo Hur- - jtruct the view. One of tho huntcri moro or los" will hurt and hurt bad- den decided to have a try for a deer set In on hU horse at tho head of tho l". And thoro aro ns many practical lied propa-- 1 chasn. On e ot tho parties had a pair valley and was "able to sco to the reasons. Uolihevlsm, rf'cood fnx hounds and It was known river. Soon the deer camo out ot tho ganda,p Sovlctlsm, radicalism of oil; What naino deer stayed, at least a part honvy cane and dashed into plain kinds, nro not spread In America by! r Uio tlmo In tho Dig llend cithor view. No longer leaping high Into Americans, but by forolgnors. Short Si the lulls I)olow Morgantown or In the air with horns and tall erect, de- - of deporting nil foreigners, which Is ilia XornstKknown as tho Carson and tying all pursuers, but with nose unthinkable In pence times, there Is So wo got our party pointed straight forward and great no other plan jsavo that of Amerlcan- 1)5 bottoms. tnscthor early one morning, Crossed horns Ijjjng back on his shoulders, Izatlon, which will keep this Uio Crcra Jliver at Borah's Ferry and wns running now for the river, and America of Americans Instead of n Trent up the Morgantown road to S. his life. A few moments later three try-ostation for wild communistic Taylor's. Here wo were joined hounds, old Mack and two fresh and anarchistic schemes. Let us send you the Republican one year for yoUmr hunters and hounds, tho hit- - ones, came out of the dense cane- An Inslnnco of the need of grcat $1.50 Jrr greeted us with welcome harks,! break, In full sight of the deer, and, er vlgilence In Americanization workj The Republican and Daily Louisville Herald 5.60 Saowlns from tho horns and guns! perhaps not a hundred yards behind, is at hand In the funny reports prlnt-SJst- f. The Republican, Daily and Sunday Louisville Herald 7.20 a hunt wns on. One ot the s0 close were they packed together, ed In German papers regarding the The Republican and Daily Courier-Journ- al ionnds "Old Mack," a black and tan that an ordinary bed quilt might olectlon. According to some of these, 5.60 Ung, vlio was destined to bo chain-p:o- n havo covered the three. When they president Harding Is aBout to resign, The Republican, Daily and Sunday Courier-Journ- al 7.20 i)f tho raco ot that day, as ho crossed the great fallen giants of the Governor Smith of New York Is to The Republican and Louisville Times 5.60 'hail iH'cn In or on many a fox chase forest, the young dogs leaped clear become President, the prohibition The Republican and Evening Post Vforc, was in one respect unlike abovo thent, while old Mack seemed jaws were repealed tho entire Con 5.60 Scott's dog of "Diack St. Hubert's to glide over like n black snake, gross was turned out of office, and a The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owcnsboro Messenger . . 5.10 iruHl, unmatched for courage, breath Running In this manner, the dogs now ono installed. The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k Messenger Austrian, 2.80 sail speed," for he was never noted truck the river, without changing! ir'all German, The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owcnsboro Enquirer for sroat speed None of tho Ilun-Ser- their stride, and swam, undor fullnmi polish children In this country, 5.10 who knew him woll could say cry On reaching tho far bank, they; knew ot their own knowledge, from The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k Enquirer 2.80 "vrisorulio would be, with roferenco to kept straight on across a narrow proper Americanization , education, The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k St. Louis Globe-Democrthe. pack In the earlier stages of the field to the hill. Without changing tne facts about this country, It is nanny possiuie mat meir pareniB auii elasc. all 'know whore he would bo at speed or cry, circieo uhuk. iu m The Republican and Memphis, Commercial-Appea- l iie finish up at tho front. I heard er. a little below their first passage. i grandparents, in writing to Europe,' 1.80 hit Master say when a long chase was The deer, as shown by his tracks, had could fail to give a true, rather than scaring tho finish anil ninny of tho run back from the steep bank, and son faise picturo of political conditions dosa lying in the woods and eiuded the sight of the pack, while m tnia country. It may bo argued (Kxhmasted. "Hoys! I bellevo wo will in the river. Tho dogs, having that lUdocsn't make any difference eitch this tux soon, I don't hoar Old reached the bank, searched for the Germany Is told by her newspapers 3Jack." Though Mack wns a fair trail. None being found swam back a sct 0f untruths about our domestic smnaer, giving mouth freely to aid to the other side. Here, the dog3 flections, but that Is not tho pointy Ills fellows, he often quit barking loft so far behind, jointed them and Miareproientntlon and misundernrar tho finish, probably to enable nil .v.iiniv tried to find the trail. In standing of one country by another. 3?m to increase his speed or possibly spectlon showed that the deer had j interfere with tread, cause friction, in steal n march on the flowing and leaped down a perpendicular bank on and sometimes war, and prevent th wearied fox. the other sido of tho river, some spruad of culture and education, and We loft tho main road and entcr-- il twenty feet high, tearing through thus of civilization . the Hlg Hottoms, whoiv thv. clogs maze of vines and Hmb3, down to tho Not to realize that Americanization picked lip a deer trail, but so cold water below. What became of the is aa important to 'our foreign chil- Ifcey could only follow It slowly and deer, I n.ver knew. But as its body ,rcn al)(j tnoir parents, as education i difficulty, often losing it was never found in the river. I hope s uotn t0 tliem an(1 t0 American chil-i- t. lor a time, only to find and folin some way, escaped, und in ,irent is to remain unconscious ot one low it again. Finally thoy crossed erne mysterious manner, reached a ot ,llt) vitai problems which is tho Morgantown road, trailed over whore not so exposed to man, (iay face(j uy tae iami uo i0VCi o the hills, entored tho Carton Uot-ta- m it lived oiit its life in peace. com- and through a great corn field Old Mack ami his four-foot. HARTFORD, ICY. ' nPDTC , AL.LIE.Ll L&ttl3 IU J5E. to- a iwint on Green Rtvex near where radea who contested so desperately, ' day, DEVOTED TO SCHOOLS? an ld abandoned bridge spanned a the honors ot the chase that slough, over which "Uncle" Billy have long sine? gono over to the, ' Peak, years before crossed in carry- "Hunpj; Hunting Grounds." 1)p Flnk., v, iI()p05.al Gains. I'awr In ing tho mail on horse back from ' vcrsltles, Tith the result ot spreadHartford and Howling Green, and so grandly on that winter day fail ing the gospel of western civilization and yelling near a great sand mound the work ahnve tho fleeing deer Washington, Nov. 2.1. (Capital of prehistoric man, and above this, degs, have been hewn down, and Nows service). The proposal of Dr. and I do. Is throughout all China. nuar tho points of tho hills wero gone to supply tho needs of com- - John H F(nleyi e(Utor of tuo New Just how much this generous use of this fund 'has been responsible fo. .. . . ., other mounds from which bones ot merco. to build the pauper's hovel, or, York T, the awakening of China, it is not many ancient men have been oxhum- - adorn a palacs of the world, boing paid, bo converted Instead of I pohslblc to say, but It is unquestionprehistoric man" sleeps ed. ll6Te the trail becamo bo cold The into a trust fund, the interest of ably very large. that the dog3 could get only an oc-- j awaiting the trumpet's last call, which should be devoted to the Should It bo possible to work out gono caslnnnl scent of tho deor. AfterOf the hunters, some have education, first of thtr a practical clan by which Dr. Klnloy'a nndlng some tlmo at this point over the great divide. Bob was tho dreu of those who were killed' ren- proposal could be put Into effect, the Burden and mysrlf decided tho deer first to go. He stuck to life with tUreu unfit to earn hv tno ir World cause of vJ--f education and Amerlcunlza-- I ... fop tM ,,... same tenacity ho did with the'w nacl swnm the river, ko wo blew off tho an., 1f tlon would receive nn Impetus such ,,. ,vorl(1 ,..,, ., the nack and faced about to regain chase. When all objfets wero fading ch,Wr th Morgantown road by way of tho from view, he failed to recognize uie'colvlnK niiicii favorable consldcntton as It has luivcr had. The interest payments or the allied debts, would Gsraoa Ferry road. Soon afto conqiiTor. and iu his lust breath from lcg!sat0r8 aml educator in the U doubtless reach the huge sum of five a. YA4 v An . '. lamp boys. It's jxattonat Capital. reaching tho latter road w. met Bob 3aid; "Light the . .. hundred millions yearly, which, .1....1. ...!... nam. F' f ,1 nnttaml nu'llf O u i. uocuran a icsuie invalid, wno naa sruwuiK u..j It uag neen bv sufd to tho children of. tho world, I had some experience In deer hunting victim or the great wiuie piague. those in authority Iu Congress that would have an effect on the next gen' " . atitl wns fairly familiar with their no proposal by which the United eration Impossible to calm late. habits. 3Io ridiculed our idea that States would "forgive" foreign, debt j would ever pats the electorate the deer had swum tho river and sug-eto- d of thi3 koi; balk: in country. that wo go back and start At the same time many hitn. "We complied with his request, economists and financiers &ee no way, Second-han20 in. ileal Buhr though two of our dogs had gone in this generation, at least, by which and bolt Corn Shelter. These ma home. nuroiw can powiuiy pay anytlUDR en cInes aro aa ROod a8 , in tho principal of the huge sums owed,lug0 ono Whin we reached tho place wo had ear ." ftV'ftn If Hull, lint' Mm lnlnf.. agulu begun recently left, tho hounds ""-"- . "' ""-- "v E, ELLIS & DUO. 20t4 Vr. Flnley's proposal recalls tho tu give mouth on scent of the cold uoxer UHieiunity fund, wllioh. iu- trail, when tho deor, frightened by Mrs. G: V. Henry or Madisonville, ihc nearness of some of tho pack, st.nd of being turned back Into tho was a guest of her cister. Mrs. Sadie Treasury ot the United States, ha3 Williams, city, last week. Their j prang from his lair. Tho hounds been ued ever since the Uoxer uprls- mother,. .Mrs. Claude Vannoy, df Mad- .'ntcshrill cry mid tho chase was on: ro nvnulnn Trench urn 7(i'.i. ?n. liunnlng through a big cornfield tho ...s iu uuuuuiu auieuiuu v,nm .St stu- - isoiivillo, was also a guest Thursday Ivory Manicure hv't dents In American schools and mil- - of last week. nf -- I pleccti In hanilxoiiHi deer and dogs leaped tho high rail I.nul" liMtlirrot.i' "full onie. l'r.ncc and dashed Into the forest SJS.'x) nuKj Hi;. end w.H kUi, th.' lnjrt tit iiiiv tho most of tho Carbon 1'xii.lly in llliiKtratr-.!- ' ivitli circling for a while In this UmcmliooxeJ In ISk Jut naini1 UOllil Kilil. & Ho ber, til m on the wooded hills oi'u iiru.vx- TjSUD I'ltll'K ... ;Nov is the time to buy, while you have a wide range finally crorn'd tho open field, tint Mbrjsnnlown road and roturned to imff irrrjr"w''" io select irom. There's everything you need in these tho Dig Hottoms, there to make tho race of his llfo. Now circling along coats style, fine fabrics, perfect tailoring. We bethe Taylor Lake (suppos.d to have lieve in close selling that's another reason the oni-ho en the bed ot Oroou Itiver) ni ruunlns tho steep banks of tho values are so big. IMttMM III till lU i folks sloughs and in tholr beds, to again WARM floors for tle littleduj and ron Hist heated house cniHb through tho great oaken fores) No. 231. Opnlluninn's $, night- - - no fires to build on cold mornor JunleB of cauebrako. Alwayu mil fill. I, ings a warm room to drew in - remark-olii)nt.i..nlim- - Hpacp for bills. eluding fclght hut not the scent ot the iilioloKinpliH, cliuiiKo. cunU, an(( in fua! monep With a Cola's Original I'lcntiricallou Buce. cnU'nd.ir. Incessant and oncoming hounds; thou Hot Dljjt Heater. Htumpii, uti'. In fact, a amnll It qir tight contruction, powerful raJijting boJ clrcllnK the Howard Mound a grout polled Bccretnry, that miy an J Quortntccd man would to iirouil to earry, artificial hill the surface ot which at anil a xll't that will burtly tin .llricllllril. lentil la composed of decaying musclo -ol'lt tlt'AltAN'. ClQn ssholls, and near the river then TI3KU I'RR'K the Morgantown road bo FUEL SAVING SYSTEM Kltlior of llien8 artlrlcn wdl near a to lie heard 'by boiiio of the ho Hunt to any ndUrcos on fuel of cumbuitJon infftps i) to rorrlpt of jirlcc. hnntfrs; then fading away in tho umjlforydu. CoU'iHdtGUn uukci JliiUo certain to advlss name you ilfklro omlioeseil, If not your fuel pile UiU ot tho bottoms to pass terp forests more than xatUfH-il- , return tlio As about our fact errr other low sand mounds whore" nrllclu mill ytur money will bu rofundod without nuvstlon. ot tho taotas gucianttc lay barleil the yrclilstorlca Ions ngo. K. 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