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The Hartford republican: December 1, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922120101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 1, 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. jujiut-rsaKi- ... -- ;sauuuiM csji -- -- 4 4 The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of AU The People of Ohio County. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1, Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV Subscription $1.50 per 1922. Yet NUMBER 23 ' lections At that time being general flllin riDPHIT rooms contained loss than the usUal DENBY ARRAIGNS FIGHT UN IRISH manager John Hmrattly. prominent UllIU UlllljUil llUIJIll amount of freight, baggage etc., yn NAVAL STUDENTS of Clarksvlllo, Turn, hi a considerable loss In Items of that (associates arc Ennls P. Harris, of CONVENFf IS END! D BILL FRF MflNFUY FLEE MOSLEM PERIL charncted was'sustalnod. The loss Midshipmen DbRraccd In Drinking ,Jow,nB 0recn f tho 0na Suckor, In buildings and contents will amount . .. ... .......-.- . Bout, Secicinry Suites; yiuri'ui.ti u n uruv.u bL vjw- -i to several thousand dollars. uiaLiiui, m Probn To Follow. ' known,! ., ensboro for the Green Itlvn" district; p . Tho origin of tho flro Is not i impaneled And Anatolia's Tragedy Rivals but It Is thought by somo that it was House Of Commons Passes men for tho Stemming ami Dark Kir- - urana Washington, Nov. 27. Tho con- - od districts aro yet to bo named. Measure On Second Smyrna As Cold Winter probably caused by llvo coals rolling is nusy in Urdina- duct of tho Annapolis midshipmen at E. Director of warohouses.lt. from the stove. Reading. ry Grind. Grips Refugees thdlAriny and Navy football game In uooper, looacconm ana arenouse- Philadelphia Saturday was arraign man oi tiopKin&vme; u, a. icogera, TURKEYS . T1LNKSG1VINJ ... ...- nH In n mi at n t a tnnnf tnrlnv hv . ..n.i House of Secf London Nov 27.-- Thc Circuit Cpurt was convened in Its An 27. Nov. Constantinople, Denl)jr( of tho Navy De Covington, of May- produce deal T. W. Wallace, the regular November term Monday tragedy that promises er of Cromwell, within the ten days Commons tonight without "'vision, Bfl,ifi-i- H other human o "Mond roaAine of tho ,,. .,, J""ed to rival the Smyrna tiro Ik developing! prccednK ,nst' the0TJ3 had hrniiffht d,8graC0 nntl. UDUiDiauiD, ...in. ututia iu uu uuw morning with Judge C&orge S. Wilua .i. nun ),..., son presiding. l" ""I" ', ' aTnockpon. to Commonwealth At Tho tide ' only on themselves but on tho Naval od by Mr. Cooper. t. Northern torney mover H. Carry of Calhoun, a of 250,000 Chrlsticii Inhabitants Is l.l omnnnnv In thn faint, nfin rnnns m .. single nuinK nuuu. oim6 Academy. . division,! Chief of field service ..... J ... r I..,.!..... lllUIUfllia. Jnnlfl nil "w sweeping In full floo I 'o tho fringes m.uou.j.u..u. m.m Joseph Passonncau, who has been in n,nd Coun,ty Attorney Otto, C. Mar- " .nrkpv. 2.fi00 .head. annroxi- ,. 'ol !" " " htaviiy I do not know," said the, charce of tho organization campaign. T Wore ,n '3endance, representing of the Ulaclc S:n and the Mcditer- VIllno of tho ...rkcva wa consenrauro govern neni 10 p Secrctary'8 statement, but ho added' Htl waA cmDowored to name his as-- i"0 Htate ,n crImlnal Prosecutions. ranean. . .. hnnl, , nr n ,olfl, , tti.700. Tho .. ri-,- parliament, rmai lecisiaiivo .. . despite the good bohavlor iiirrnif rvmrt nio-- i- v...t. "'" .i socIatefl. " " uru cjaniuriii, "M turkeys were raised adjacent to tho Tiioso reuiBcus , r: .. sanction to measures mni7nK IreJtna many, enough midshipmen had "fill saved, lno, Ainerica.i naval baso nnp-- i, ""'"e" nnd in tho Culhoun. , Ch,eI Gradcr' CV Kl. SmUh'. oI,cd the battery jd guch compito autonomy is one ed to do their duty to their uniform It Constcntlnoplo la deluccd wlt'i ' at the cler.cn. dMv. k ffW t fl couti- '.... . Conlor.own ami Logansport Tho " of tho ironies of political "" f ' ncalotnnta West, thrt Hop- If- Following 8hamoi CQunt tQ br, '8i O. S." calls from the flotilla of tried. 'fjred district. James rors selocted Conservative party for two genera- American destroyers patiollliiE tho all Ship). tlons has stoutly resisted O'e grant-- j upon nil." Ho announced that an klnsville; for the One Sucker Loe,CnnBf Q B Tho" reason given for prank prafz Au Investigation would bo ordered. and WacU Sea coasts intnts being riiado from tno Mediterranean , tril,nH i , Duko; for tho Green River. R. T Sandergf w w Ba,z E Q Secretary's Statement. which cro crowded points above mentioned was that the of Flynn; for tho Stemming, James mJIdDBt form and no po. Hoagland, J. C. Westerfleld, E. A. Secretary Denby's statement fol- Gist. with Chrlstlann fleeing from the 1. C. It. II. was malthig quicK cc- quostlon durInB that long period lows: Darnard, II. F. Poach, Joe RobertTurk. Thdce is a poignant nolo of liveries of this class of shipments. Legal Counsel, Aaron Saplro. nrnvouaA nnvthlnir like the bitter son, Leslie Combs, II. B. Martin. Tho called to snatched "My attention has been tragedy In oveiy nicas&co Office manager, S. S. SHU, of Hen- lattor was appointed foreman. A spo-animosities and conflicts In Parlla- - tho'm,Monduct of a number of mid Xrom the air. FISCAIi COUHT IN ,ninl' 0 Platforms nnd ln tbo VS .hlpmen from the, Naval Academy o'n, hereon. Mr. Stttt will also be named' cIaI order was mado appoInt,nB rs. very part of Appeals c&mo from ONF MAY 8KSSIOV flnrli ;.,. " Armv'ns permanent secretary at the Dec. i B w . Anderson official stenocranh- w.. uiuii uucuiu iiuicu tl.n .0." Kmiinfl o.'X7 Anatolia, whoro whole Christian oavuiunj uib"i ino f io. .n- - hn . ...rf er for the Jury. "and lulgrating communities aro The Ohio County Fiscal Court Blly h mM f.,,d mllfeue The. City National Bank, of Tho following citizens were era- way tho fact 1,1 Near Hast Ile- - i... ....ini .i.inn nt the court house, in ... whoro tho American p ',.,.,., praon Hd d8. 'cnh. was mado financial trustee, with ' jiiuieu as iuau .lurors: Hardin witn a lare or.sorv f th ld is working horolcnlly to over- Thursday of lust week. Only mat- - Parliament llcf .,. themselves and bring disgrace ' """" "' .""'" "- " .... i " "J'or, ocm rayne.'Ar- . ' .; imfnm ,uu'u,u' come almost- - liiMipornblo obstacles. . " rece pts lhu cn thur Davh TaJ,or j w, upon the Naval Academy for I know tory and holder of removal of orphans . part, tho ,ncliu..g the 250,000 CHRISTIANS mi I i- JlT I ...... 111 I .. -- u- -- -- Asla-Mlno- r. , ,. ..... S t -. . .-- I ! "cu .... . I -- .... .l.l.l I I "" I , r, ."" , ,n ( ,, 1 "J t Asia-Mino- r, ioi, ,, 0-- w ".? UrET ... - , ..... - .,1 ni. . -- "a critical situation indicated was developing with surprising sud donneu; tho whole Interior Is Wan koted with snow, adding Immeasura- bly to tho misery oi mo exues. n wireless from the destroyer Barry.! wnknown." V " " iiuiu "Tho misconduct on that occasion have, 'ncnlnst tho coalition government for, wa as far as I know, tha most ""'"" . I .,i, hn Sinn All of them Wull R p coltman. A,TC i over been charged' association's affairs. rant that has UliUUKlAULll h d to the rebeillon oftho have gone actively to work to get j. B. Harrison, W. D. How many, ARR OKI U. O. against the Lloyd "alnstuie departments In shape and to Durges j Conservatives .T man rank heavy( if do ui, ' nonrcr. leadership, functioning as quickly as possible and so overthrow .. Several cases have The whole regiment .,,,,, Know, . ald: with S3.000.000 In . " -manor ui "or, a dtaiied account a. relatively Only Philadelphia. aro ar- . . .whUkv To Flood Cities i 'Five hundred Christians niniriiiiiMiu iu wjjw Mr,.MfHon riving ut Samsun dally from parts With Booze. bill I ssus:-Jir that 1 'Z't ,.,. ,hoCourt wcro prcscnt. ." siiSi-JSitrrr'r?svSS e, .... ,r "-- - ,. .- - -.t . " M j "ZZ.Z,'n,il" rnf.rvatlves rrcd- - .. .. . LZi Miv. Dg l" lUAol, , fla-.th- ey "-'- I ,1. .."..... ..um-ni, ...'.. .,,' , ". io , ;,',::.",. """ " "V "A " " nrMSod that - i ,nn " u"-- " " ljeo J " oo. " " been secured to handle the Qulaenuorry, w. T. MIdklff. W. J. Chas. Porter, Ross and Geo. been 'disposal or wiucn wo 5 T' s V .t-hnl- I ,",. SM: uu Another from tho Barry relayed i ,h interior of Anato- -' ." "Ten thousand uurisuans nnu orpnans iruus.ui. . -- .Bcncou - -,- - Z.l ,..B. ....-.- .."- iuuC at t3.000.000 at bootlegger's prices re standing oil mo new iufk .m . mv jersey coaa.. vuuav ,.Z' vni.T.,1 ."".. x V....L-- 38. Kluni' ,n 1 tv M;illBBlcy Dattofaca. d tho Jn e.t lumn mo '" auuruo '1themsehes ""..' wno reprcsenis jonn . .. mo t:. i. . f A He P - fiB -"- ,rlBB b,n on tUe ground that the treaty was therefore a Breawr, W. L. Threlkeld, SUte Auditor Do Ihanias and Miquelon Island to satis- of Education, was ln .. i t.n.ia," .., "Can you take 1.000 mountain, fy tho Am.uuM--- i 7the latter part of last ' ., children Tho ..bootleg .yndlcate" has begun audiUnB the books iwiuiHuiuaiisiuuiu. Lawrence', rMmt ,hn tr.cknrv of the whisky Yl qn , fin from tho destroyer rtnfn mo from Americans at Treblzond aBentB In tho Bahamas who wera so dent E g" Howard and Mrs. I. S, tn'0 present Superintendent.;01 daring: "Wo cannot hold up ovac- - 8Wamped with orders from the Unlt--- Herat Constantinople from James H.l j8 n part 0 ?10,000,000 shipments of ., ....,ii.n.AriAf nf Tnapnlnnon. Aln.. nt Sflttl- - H4UU1D fwnn flrttnf Hrltntn. , tho Bl- ir..n... vaw Vltt.Wt". v -. Wk -- sun: .. ., Mi.-n.- i... --- "...:.. TinQT writ.." L, was also oruereu mai huyui .u..- country toil ion dollars should bo secured from Froano. Calif., Nov. 28. William, "-.such the War Finance Corporation, ..ana . u Glbbs MeAdoo of Los Anceles. fo- r. -on thl3 be a conference Secrctarv of the Treasury, was nftVflr be reDoat. possible i at Washington, on Dec, e. arrerted ,n Tulare County - yeaterday . cUed t0 a alttee to represent the assocla- atternooa heton meeting will bo president ( Jndge g CJack Saturday t0 answer tion at this . 8pwd,nE , Bradsnaw, Juage iuBu.u, - .w rate at a ch innnin tn Tirin at Once. unum fijty.ono miles an hour. the wish to make Saplro, Claude Cocke, J. I . joWu According to the traffic officer example to Ham Bailey, who arrested Mr. MeAdoo be pursue heretofore bcu a" , upon . At the conference held witu wa ar ' contaln,nIr and " " the country of good eondne " - linnse men 137 houees were offered , Mrs. McAdoo and their ". chauffeur. Buch occasions and will set that exaccoraing io McAdoo was en routa ample in the future. I was so proud to the assoclatiqn, Coopjr. sonic oi me&e are uoi, wMfi,- wftftftno'tor .w .u ....ill. W0 IHCill -. vlth "'"J propriety, " to"e.d their'lt . but ed at once , ..... wa , , --- " i..v TVion FACES JATJL AS SPEBDmt - ,t."ittiN.;:raV;ooi.. .. H4t. - w. uw r VKltl. ;;evening came wan ""T. " Thn MaM,natlon. as shown by cer- l tfciltef oI tBe AudIlort attached at' All over the district th, feeling MItS. J. S. GLENN HOSTESS 0 th coso of eacn ycar, reVealed that sc.Jncb .Uca salute ""honor of' among tho members is good and TO LADIES SOCIAL CJLVB accounts had botn accurately ass0ciatlon sltors w hi dlsbur8ed and , ho kept Iunda properly Mrs. J. S. Glenn, delightfully bratod upon the field thsln-we- ... won to be successful from the flist. .... , uicir success I can naruiy reconcuo .I..!tertalncd the Ladles Social Club, at . with, JUDGE BETHVRUM her homo on Walnut Street. Weducs- snortsmanllko conduct then v. .. IJUUllIiC iifVtIlTtf A '........ octurreu, .. yiStTS HARTFORD day "afternoon. At tho conclusion of aiiC.a.u. AT COURTHOUSE I wi ' a number of games of Ifltttestinff "Aii investigation will at once be ...iuau uumo progressiva took, a mosi ueiiuiuus juuku " Judge n. R. Wedding performed ordered. ' Is In Somorset, but for some time luncheon was served. .. ,t morning, a doublo csremony Monday e past residing in uexingion, wnere no , 1 1UIN Nov 27 at tho Courthouso which UAKtv ASUCIA. BAITISTO S Ch,et f C.UnCl1, XX , tlon Is becoming worse hourly. Un- as de3perate as thoso unt;a f0Howlng couples as huH- -, IN WORKING ORDER to tho prohibition enforcement of-Y- "AICTFORII PURCHASE .PROPERTY less .additional funds and tran.porta- - nnat Bne. ,ho Spanlah Mala Iu the Jaad Vnd Shelby Rock and Konucky' J,u'lfe "Cer '" CharRe' , . IMM Mao Blien Palmer; Roy Shaw, 1TnnkIn!VlIIft"T7v tlon.are provided Imnudlatoly thoiis- -' buccaneers. ' ?hey wouId not hesitate to give 2?1pk'B"T"5 ) nnds will perish." Bb"rum. WSf !B a"en.da"C.e0f..CTl In the ?ubllc Sa,. f .Kl'n m.ss Elizabeth Hulse. ' battle If the dry navy attempted to, All ot tho contracting partl aro the. MAKES APOLOGV seize their cargoes on the high soas. of jiCHenry Datk Tobacco Growers ci,BCd arrested tho three negroes settling the estate ot the lato Miko AT IiAST JIO.MENT I AHsnrlnt.nn at Kentucky nnd Ten. UHH .IUUIV .i... UUiUUIUUMO i411 ., i.inv, rvium, ... . '1U1WU1U UUJltiai r,i.,.,i. i. IUU ..i..,i.n .....vu uuull-U- i VUO In.MTfiHT WITH STILL. I WOMAN'S CLUB MEETS n:ssee, things aro rapidly shaping up tney were traveling, turning same through a committee appointed tor S. TIXSL1JY 27. Tho German Gov- -, WITH MRS. W. Pails, Nov. MASH AND MOONSHINE rnM .. , ft.. ... ...... u.... w. - -- . .u. tlift tinintlltif. tt flin nntnnl hits. ovor ... .... t..i...i uuiuuimv-- s iui mai. purpost", tutuiiiuo .i. jiui uimcui. iu lu uie riuciai ...i.iinn eminent has mado a formal apology y ness for which the organization was COnfUIcutlon. resl- nronerty Is a . Tho Inter-allte- d Commission otj An interesting and to tho pred Mldkiff, a prosperous farmor military control in uoiiin lor m'" locldonts .Rtiiit.ii nnd Passnu which Allies offlcors wcro attacked' by mobs uiul browbeaten by nuthoiltlcs,. during German HM riLlIIUDV. JUUKU UUUIUIUHb course ot tho of tics rs' performance ho exact. discuss tho matter while in town, In MARRIAGE LKENSES, of their duties in Inspecting military ,latn8 Kavo a skttch of Thanksglv- - to.date,sttll. two barrels of mash nnd. -- -RECENTLY ISSUED uro imuiwn. as "" "- - : , so mr barracks, In a tharpiy wortiua noiu,luc. mr8. j. n. B. Carson a story oi(two gallons of warm, white whisky: . t . urausuaw . j PreilUent, Iows Germany had been given until last!tho recollt wax. nnd Mrs. Amos R.' composed tho fruits ot the raid, all Shelby Myers, Olnton to Lounlo HI LIr REYNOLDS Saturday to apologize,' which she did Carg(jn a qua,nt mtlo rQmanco of Ca,,tured In Mldklffs collar. Mid- - prominent banker ot Pfiducah; first vice president. W. C. Broadbont, of Wright. Olatou. long ago. Tho Glut, Is to moot ut tho last moment wa3 arrested and delivered to 7 Trigg County, tto largest tobacco Robert Sumner, Martwlck, to Lula. MM Anna LoulsMlIII, au attract- , morrow afternoon with Mrs. It. I). Magistrate Murphy ot Fordsvllle. -- -- ivo ! nuiuu. uuwii Uuut,u.v. .,,Magoo, Martwlck, I r TIRE DESTROYS RAILWAY' Walker. j(.gst, iiiii.. deceased and Mrs. I nresldent. Claudo C. Cocko, of Clarks- rne inrir.r.TTR .,.,... .......... fiRTS Estill Johnson, McIIonry, to Alma , tSTATION AT BEAVER DAM villo, Toiin., another tobacco snnv-jjn- n, of Hartford, nnd Mr. William Roeder, McIIenry Route 1. TEN YEARS TO LIFE FASTING MACSWINEY er: Reams D. Fanner, banker of(M. Reynolds, ot McIIonry, accompa-- ; Chas. Fulton, Boavtr Dam, to Oma , RELEASED FROM PRISON Tho 1. C. Railroad .station ,nt Bcu.' .i Los Angolas, Nov, 27. Mrs. Clara 'Adams, Tvnn., was nanieu as iem- ned by tnQ bride's mother, went to. Wllloughby, Beaver Dam. f Dani,.wai totally destroyed by ( ver Shulby Shelton Rock, McIIonry, to Tho nubltn, Nov. 27. Miss Mary Mac- - Phillips, convicted of murder In the porary secretary, and later was oieci- - 0w.ui8b(ro Sundayt whore they wore '""fire early Mtfnday morning. " joinou in marriage, iuo uuy. &. x.. Mao Ellen Palmer. McIIonry. discovered by tho op- - Swlney, who lias been hunger sirnc- - bocond dogroo for kuiiuk airs, ai- - eu us lnjnuuuoin n.u0uiV. .flro was tlrat . xjingnaiu, ui smith, a Prcsbjterian or Roy Shuw, McIIonry to Elizabeth , flllnister uouori trator of the Homo Tolephono Coin- - ing in Mountjoy Prison, was roleas- berta Moadows with ir hamnior, wqs with Juuge ana 01 that city, performed the ceromony. Hulso. McIIenry. J. uutnne today sontenced to serve fronu ten Louisville, 12:20 and ed today. nam's oxchaugo, about executive w Tho joung couplo will probably &- Miss Mary MacSwluoy was Iu tho years to Ufa in tho State penitentiary Auburn. Ky.; form the the alarm given, but tho flames had Mr. Joe A. Tato. has' sold tho was commltto which Is ontrubted with co to huusekitiplng at McIIonry, at A tho of- -' twonty - thlrd day of her hunger, m s.inQuentln. .attained elich hoadwuy that , - striKO. nor sisior, nnuiu wuvowm" asiciu 10 permii ner unuruo iu jan early date, as Mr. Reynolds Is restnurnnt which be had been operforts to save the building or con- ley, It was not until Thursday that the employed by 0110 of the Coal Compa ating in Roaver Dam during tho past waa lu the olevonth day ollior mulate an appeal from the Judgment lonts were of no avail. I t of the places, wcro filled, tho M - 'Tie ,f that vicinity month, to W E. Dunu, of Crouiuoll. Although th station and storage hunger strike at tho gate ot the Jail 'aud .,utencb. . "-"- for tho rjnl sturr. uroers aro uoiub .uftti.irnurn .w... . l..MM.M". frnin tlin Hannmas ana , From Mediterranean coastal towns placed.ln Scotland. come moving pleas for succor from Frank ,. Hale of the prohibiten lonforcoment department tens of thousands of orphans destroyer Overton, stationed s of tho TreaBUry Deparlmnt dlogph at Morslna. received a lhe Dopartra0nt of Justice know, from Christie Murphy of Now orkl . ,n ,,PnHnnPO of tho rum runuers "not a ship In sight for 6,000 re- - off tnfii N)JW York nnd Now Jerseyj f ugci's; where can they go7 coa9t8 Uut could do nothing until tho . .. .. . i uuurus mi....t.... u. HTni.Alino(n. W blockade runners" got msiuu ... iuo iiiiuuoi nf j..uuv..va.w., -' II., sent a message "Must have 50..- tnjoe.,nn0 imlt and attempted to 000 Turkish pounds to buy broad gHp by U(0 patroitng dry naVy. . n nnn .lnatltitf.t ... .... . . r r mr- xu,uuu UV.IM..V jirnhnna nnd Air. iiaio said mai nil uie rum suua- - u ne crowding sivas. uio adults weT0 armed and woro inan- - . SCIlflUl ... 1 - JJ JJ ,oi.i ev-T- Ld ll ed' ... ... m I , I "-- ..... . '"' I i - k Jf' .- '" .TZ. .Zr i f'"""?."""' nu.i -..-.- - J ir.....i I ..i.... well-attend- two-stor- ...,..'. to-kl- ff '. ' ' ia , .. .. "', J m" ...... smammKssK n3E3m vmfmmm EaaMeJMHHSUREH aiHmifapwi' m m " year; but It Is Intolerable eminent competition, under which Government should continue losses aro met by tho public treasury a policy from which so enormous a and wltnoas tho continued losses and treasury loss Is tho lucvltnhlo out- - deterioration until tho colossal failcome. Thl3 loss, moreovor, attends ure ends in shcor cxlmtlstlon. operation of less than a third of tho The third Is destructive InvolvGovernment-owne- d ing tho sacrifice of our ships abroad fleet. Entire Document Devoted It Is not, therefore, a question of or th scrapping of them at linmo, To Proposed Aid To adding new treasury burdens to tho surrender of our aspirations and tLafntaln our shipping; wo are pay- tho confession of our Impotence- to Shipping. ing tho.iu burdens now. It Is not a tho world in general and our humiliaquestion of tontractlng an outlay to tion boforo tho competing world In support our merchant shipping, bo- - particular. Washington, Nov. 21. Tho text j I am A choice among lha three Is In cause we are paying already. I President Harding's address to toot tt'ktng your authorization of a evitable. It is unbellevablo that the engross follows: new and added draft on tho public American people or itho Congress ' Membsrs of the Congress: Late treasury: I sun appealing for a pro- which expresses thslr power will' last February I reported to you re- - gramme to diminish the burden wo consent to surrender and destrucalon. Jatlvclo the American merchant ma- are already It Is equally unbelievable that our legislation rine, and recommended When your Executive Government people and tho Congress which transwhich the Kxecutlvo branch of the' l;now3 of 'public expenditures aggre- lates thflr wishes into action will Government deemed essential to prn-- j gating $50,000,000 annually which it longer sustain a programme of obmote- our merchant marine and with Knit ntroi rMtlil li vsAimnA "liv 1i 1 1f struction and attending losses to the y. k our national welfare. Other prob- -' through a chanse of policy, your i treasury. $1.50 Tenia were pressing and othor ques- Let us send you the Republican one year for of! I hare come to urge the construc nntt trf nttn rnn ntl nr Qovernment would be unworthy n iiillni 5.60 public trust if such a change were tive alternative, to reassert an AmerThe Republican and Daily Louisville Herald unother, which need not be recited, nay, If It were not ican "we will." I have come to ask not commended 7.20 The Republican, Daily and Sunday Louisville Herald has not the suggested legislation insistently urged, you to relievo the responsible adminCourier-Journ- al 5.60 progrtssed beyond a favorable re-- , The Republican and Daily istrative branch of the Government 7.20 The Republican, Daily and Sunday Courier-Journ- al eilt expenditure in losses Is not con- from a programme upon which failcc. Tho committee has given the structive. It looks to no future at- ure and hopolessnos and stagger5.60 Times The Republican and Louisville (inestion a full nnd painstaking Inquitainments. It Is utterly ineffective ing losses re written for every pago, ry and study, and I hopo that its 5.60 The Republican and Evening Post rsport speedily will bo given in the Establishment of a dependa- pnd let us turn to a programme" of Daily & Sunday Owensboro Messenger . . 5.10 ble merchant marine, whereas the en- - assured shipping to serve us Jn war The Republican, tua force of law. couraf our Messenger 2.80 The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k It will be helpful In clcarlug tho and the went of private ownership nnd to give guaranty to peace. com i application of 'Individual Ini- mercial liiunpenuenco in atmosphere It we start with tho 5.10 The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owensboro Enquirer frank, recognition of divided opinion tiative would make for a. permanent Knows Hostility to Word "Subsidy." I Twice-A-Wee- k Enquirer 2.80 The Republican and I know full well tho hostility In and determined opposition. It Is no' creation, rcady and answerable at all the popular mind to th- word "subSt. Louis Globe-Democr- at experlenco. Llko proposals have times to the needs of the nation., The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k sidy". It Is stressed by tho opposiNo Provision for Itcntncnncnt divided the Congress on various pre- -' 1.90 I have not properly portrayed tion' and associated with "speckl! Perhaps a mora rc- Dut iaus occasions. The Republican and Memphis, Commercial-Appe- al 1.80 i ..ll.-.it I... mose who are manning "n solnto hostility never was manifest all the current losses to tho public i,r"-'Biatore,- nnd I am very sure the need this year. We are wearing out our n16"168 ot Qovernment aid when- uireciiy con-- f for decisive, action decisive, favor- - ships without any provision for re- - uyrr ,a3t """UB" cornea- government aid would be - placement. able action never was so urgent beWe are. having these de- lore. (losses thru deterioration now. and a ralrer lorm than "alAy" in wmu we are seeing r aro charging nothing against our cap-- ! m""B Problem of Grim Actuality. Inter-etabrciint '"arIne. " there! onr accou Unt the losses aro We are not now dealing with a itul thoSe f a" the pe01"e eVent larger under Govern- - e,tS ar .. ,. .,.- policy founded on theory; wa have mu ,1 .! I. " ""'" l" a,u S:3 l l"U .e a problem which is one of grim ac- llinnf nnnrntlntl limn .mrlnr seve control. Only a few years of con- tuality. Wo are facing conditions, Government aid is a fair term out of which will como either ad- tinned losses on capital account will! an1 tnlnk U l3 to 9PI"J" to ailt'lor- them, lnsSS.B thr., .UnrPrtlnM ditional and staggering Govcrnmeut inal iiiiii w u I lauoil kin .ilnnn' ... u0b.0oaub V.,vvV,VW rs i m vvu.. .uu TVVuuvviru Ijsc3 and national impotence on tho ....... u tn nyenrwl flu. SKO OfM firtrt -- I'linii niiiiiu-. mr ...-- .-. -. iii!irunr rui'iia year now drawn to cover losses inl1iiriimiii. u " .0" suas, or else tho unfurling of tho flag ways it is equally nt to uo applied operation. on a great American merchant mat The gloomy picture of loss's does to the establishment and mainte- -' rine commensurate with our commernot end even there. Notwithstand nanco of American market highways cial Importance, to servo as carrier ot on the salted seas. If Government our cargoes In peace and meet tho ing tho Known war cost nf S:t Olio ,s tI,e "roper MSiiaMon for flf 000.000 for the nrctent tonnace. l!a,(I necessities of our defense- In war. ,. Itfcn to forty millions annually ex-- 1 . i. m There is no thought hero and now and maintain In- -, value today. It may as well bo con- - ponrte(I to mP' to magnify the relation of a meri land waterways In aid of commerce. chant marine to our national de- fessed now as at some later tlmo that it is a propor designation for a needHARTFORD, KY. ft use. It is enough to recall that in tho mad rush to build; In estab- ed assistance to establish and mainlishing shipyards wherever men T,e entered the World War 'almost tain ocean highways where- - there is wholly dependent on our Allies for would organize to expend Govern- actual commerce 'to be carrlod. transportation by sea. We expend- ment money;when wa mde shipbuildHut call it "subsidy," sinc6 there-arers overnight quite without regard ed approximately three billions, those who prefer to appeal" tc to previous occupations or pursuits, comity forbids. Concern about measure of such transcending natlon-- J the aspiring and Inspiring viewpoint extravagantly, wastefully mistaken prejudice rather than make- - al wo lniilflpil nnnrlv nftnn vorv nnnr. policy fe not limited to our own al importance must have Its fate The blunt. Indisputable fact and impractically. Out of our ealogical argument. We our rf tho . .,., . Mr.-,.vno,i .tffc.iranU and domain, though the interest abroad depend on geographical, ocmpatlon-I- s loss of fifty millions a year under gerness to make up for the omissions lv so can tue annual loss or any formulated nrocram'mp. for !n"Kht objec- - Government operation of very differing character. I al, professional or of peace and to meet tho war emer- out remains; likey millions which we are paying merchant marine. The war ' emer- hope it is seemly to say it, bccausei tlons. Frankly 1 think it loftier wise tho fast diminishing capital acgency we builded and otherwise gency Impelled and the cry-wafor It must bo said, the maritime na- statesmanship to support and com- count, the enormous war expendthe vast merchant fleet which ships, any kind of ships. The error most abhor we ' might us well call tions of the' world are in complete mand a policy designed to eif'.-f- t h" iture, to which we were forcpd betiie Government owns today. 'that a "subsidy.' If so, I am pro- Is rponllpil In w?rpt rnfhnr Ihin accord with tho opposition here to arger t.ood to the notion than nv.'re- - cause wo had not fittingly encouragIn, the simplest way I can say it, "oslnK t0 cut U ta 'air, approximate-costl- n tho pending measure. They have ajly to record the too hasty iropros-porfe- ed and builded as our commorco exour immediate problem is not to criticism. The point is that our fleet,) ,y- - aad to Ue apnroximatcly 3.000,000,-- l right to such nn .attitude, jstons of a constituency. Out of tho panded In peace. Hero are fncts to ""'"f "j"? effW:te(1 shipuuild and support a merchant bo aJdcd upo,n When we 000. Is worth only a fraction of that thcro wouId loot from their vlewuoints harmonized nsplrations, tho fully lu-- w deal with, not fancica wrought out ping, which I hold to be one ot tho .,.-- ,, "cost today. Whatever that fraction """""- - " foniMd convictions, and tho united of onr political can understand. highest and most worthy aspirations nnd economic dismay be, the truth remains that we lending losses on capital account Would Stress American Viewpoint.! offoris of all tho people will come putes. The abolition or tho annual of any great people; our problem is pubGovernment capital, out of the I wish to stress the Amerl the greater rep&bllc. Commercial loss and the best salvage of the capitn'flenl with vlmt v nnw nnsipsn. I have no market In which to sell tho lic treasury, always remember and' Hut . nhips under our prosent policy, and At. mma Ours should be the eminence on tho seas, ample agen- - tal account are of lark (nn mAII1ICa can viewpoint. concern to all tho .a11 ICrtflL To Kelieve Treasury of Drain IHUrV WUUIU UU Ul Tclt 1.MV !, -- -. .1 ...I n pn,Brammo of surrender and sacrl-Oone orwn, fM viowpolnt from which and he project of the problem la to relievo the pub- - rIce ald tho I1(1UjdaU(m wIllch oi no' 0Ip l"tcnv C011lmerce. are the ncded mer- lie treasury of the drain It is alrea- - CYltab,Q ullk.SB the pIldnB iCKlsa. A,nrerfcan commerC(.,andi,es8 lniporlanco t0 tho po;pU of I n,arlne- b.0,,ef tha.1 th. C'U- dymeeting. Ltt us omit particulars t(m is sancti(ined, will cost scores of chant American, vesrte for American, n slsslppl and the Missouri V!W hn' ,.,. . "L . ... .,. """" "l "Peianng-loss- es war-tim- e building. ' minions more. Appeall..B to Sixrr Trsury. shout tho frenzies ot war. Somo of Mountain Slntes than to tho Sea .... .inc .uu iMuiL-tiiui-i ui hi? capital nc. Possibly we did full as well as could of the I challeugo every Insinuation Answer Is Apprent. -- u -y . com- - count through I more advantageous nave neon aonc m me anxious cirWhcn the au03tlon Is asked, "Why) ravoreii interests anu iuo enricn- - learned agala aim again, but our munltlcs building Inland a thousand sales of our war-bui- lt or cunistances.. Let us pass for the. mo- - the jnsigtance for the merchant ma- - mont of th& special few at the ex-- j shipping lesson. In tho World War' miles, or more. It is a common ghlpa, rilonf the vital relationship between rlno act now?" the answer is appar- penso of tho public treasury. I am, Was too costly to bo effaced from theJ cause, with Its benefits commonly which tho imudlnbiiriTnJ.n a merchant marine and a commerclal- - ent. every Waiving Inspiration first of all, appealing to save tho memory of this-ofuture. generations.' shared. When people fall In tho na- - wm mnrr h . . ly aspiring nation. Ayo, let us sup-V,jlie3 j a constructive plan for Treasury. Perhaps tho unlimited betlonal viewpoint, and live in the con- - pended In Not so many months ago Government aid for twen- abburdlty that j maintaining our nag on the commer-wit- h stowal ot Government aid" pose for a moment ths. might af a company operating a fleet of fines of community sclflahnHss or years to como. one $3,000,000,000 experience cai i,cnway8 of tho seas, waiving justify tho apprehension of supporJt ships under our flag called at tho, narrowness, tho sun of this It should bo kept In mind that tho and with tho Incalculable costs In, t!l0 ,,rmi;nco in safeguarding against favoring, but the pending bill, the offices to discuss a permit. He will hnvo passed Ita meridian, nvs nnd treasure wnicn may uo .another $3,000,000,000 madness if first evor proposed which .arrifs to transfer his fltM of cargo vessels jour larger aspirations will shriveland approximate sum of flvp millions an In nually paid for tho transport of uur automatically to a foreign flag, though ho meant, the approaching - twlllcht. ohargeableMo our Inability prompt-Va- r ovor again Impels, wo have the such a provision, which Gpd unavoidable task ot wiping out a guards against enrichment or to apply our potency ly Hut lot us momentarily put asld to cuutlnuo them In , a distinctly (Concluded oit 7th page ) us mo 550,000,000 annual loss In operation forcfend happonlm; agaIn--l- ut bostowal. It provides that American service. He based his re mentarily Ignore all ot these and nnd losson nircrniratlnir manv hundred iihlpplug lines receiving Government quest for transfer on the allegation J '" ii in ,i i n HttJUM,'lT'gglP-"-"""" tnrn to note tho mere business prob- - nf millions In worn-ou- t sacrificed or did must have their nctu3l Invest- that by such a transfer ho could relorn, tho practical question ot dollars (Scrapp.l shipping. d ment and Then the tholr operating oxpeines duce his labor coats alono sufficientMfc' ceiit3 with which wo aro cou- - prcm0 humiliation, tho admission that audited by tho Government; that ly to provide a profit on capital Inj tho fronted. Uilted fftates our Amerlcav Government aid will only bo paid un- vested. I do not vouch fox the acThe war construction and the omineut among tho maritime til tho shipping enterprise earns 10 curacy of tho statement nor mean to r cr completion ot war contracts, where nations of the world is lucapablo ot por cent on actual capital employed, discuss It. ffiI bo tho asserting Itself complotlon wua bollovtd to The allusion Is mado to recall In tho peace and Immediately that whra more WILL WRITE yott In regard purely vegetable remedy, actlngon 'j4 economy to tho public, tren- -' umphs on tho aaa3 of tho world. It than 10 por ceut parulng is roacUed, that Ui good conscience Congress ht JL to liver mediury, left us approximately 13,200,-- ! would soom to bo doubly humiliat- hair of tho excess earnings must bo has created by law conditions suricine, as I have been uslnj; it is made from selected herbs and ships 000 gross tonnngu In ships. ing when wo own tho ships and fall in applied to tho npaymont of the Gov rounding labor in American more than 18 years," says a letter roots, and contains no calomel or Tho figures are nour.r 12,300,- -' ihfr genius aild capacity to turn their ernment aid which has been previous- which shipping men the world ovor Item Mf. S. F. Mintz, of R. F. D. 2, other mineral drugs. 'PJE 000 tons now, owing to tho cropping prowa toward tho" marts of tho world. ly advancd. Leland, N. C. "1 keep it in my Thus tho ptwsiblii, earn doclaru result in hlghor costs of op It has been found of great value, home all the. time, for it is mostly In of the wooden fleot. Moro than halt Tilts problem cannot longer be ings are limited to a very reasonable orntfon under our flag, I frankly indigestion, stomach trouble, our family medicine. When we sick If litgher standards for labqr Ignored; its attempted solution can- amount It' capital Is to bo Hiked and of tM tonniie Is Govorniiiuiit-own- -' heada:he, constipation, and begin to feel feverish or sluggish, til mid approximately 2.2D0.000 tons not longer be postponed. The failure management la to be ottraetfc.l. If on American ships have be?n establazy liver, helping to relieve the In with trouble from the liver operation In of CoiigroBs to act decialv ly will be succes.1 attends, us wo hopo It will, lished. Merest justice suggests that nn under Govornnient' or symptoms caused sby these stomach, wc take a dose of one form or another. The net 1oh no loss disastrous than ndvet'so ac- - th? Governmont outlay is returned, when Congress fixed theso standards troubles, and to put the diaeslivc Thedford's tu th'e United States Treasury juius tlun. tho Inspiration of opportunity to earn it Is fair to extend Government aid and (he system into proper working order. ji trouble is soon nvir I n.u.. i actually taken therefrom In this Gov- - f Thivo Courhcs aro Possible remains and Amorican transportation In maintaining them until world comuci a package of . a dollar package at a time, and it averatj'l n- - Throe couraes of action aro pos- - by .sea is established. petition Ls brought tn tho same high jgS operation vniincnt uver meuicme irom your druggist has saved me many a bill." per month slble. nd tho cholro among them U Though dlffcrlug In detail. It ts level, or until our shipping linos arc proxlmatoly $10,000,000 or dealer, today. Be sure to get .necuord's is a the genuine no longer to bo avoided. during the ycur prior to not moro In proportlou to their pop- so firmly established that they car Thedford's. 3b saagaaa enact ulation and capacity than other great face world competition alone. Is cgnstructlve The first tlon of rosponslblllty by the proeont ":"H 11 A constant warfare the pending bill under which, I firm-- ! nations have dono in aiding the esForbi'iiM ti Repetition. Adtnlnlstrutlou. Thedford's Having discussed In detail the onnthls loss of public funds, and tho ly bolleve, an American merchant mad-r- tablishment of tholr merchant maaft sfrvlco of capublo business pilvately owned and privately rines, and It Is timely to recall that policy nnd provisions of the pending to i.- -r nnd oxporlonceil oper- - operated, but ssrvlng nil tho people wo gave thorn our commerce to nld bill when previously addressing you, mimace-mon- t BLACK-DHAIn ap- - aiid ulways uvallablo to tho Govurn-Plle- d iu tholr upbuilding whllo the Ameri- I forbear a now. Indivi ating dlrectora, have resulted ife' dual, changes of opinion In House or efflclonoy and qnforc:d oconu- - t In any 3inorgoncyf inuy be can task .Is nuw to upbuild and W acSennto expressed porsunnl sympathy In the faco ot their miut tablished and maintained. A Purely Vegetable oontln- - tive competition. . Indeed the Amorl- - with the purposes of the bill and then 'oiv 90,000,000 a The second Is obilruirtlvc Loss Liver Meiiininn & "J 7f U vary gratifying' to report the tie Government operations and at- - cen dovlopmiit will hnvo to over- utter, d a discouraging doubt about fl" , of tho oam to J4.000,- - iradlns Govornmout loises and dl- - come pvery obstacle which may be the sentiment of their constituencies. flmlnntioii f.s path et'Pt n Internatlou- - It would by most discouraging if p by Gov- - nut in H.U0 j.i r moi.li, or u total of $50,- - n.unge prlvj'o ertternrls president iiarding's 00O.0DA o that tl. message ii) congress Ajl 111 1, 1. 1 C j The winter days are upon us, (he nights are long, opportunities fof reading are greater and its a mighty good time to procure good reading matter. - tfj-trt- i .... - w -l- - If there is a magazine published in the United ly nrl.o States thaj you wish to subscribe for we can get it and save you a bit of money, in connection with The " i X Republican. .- ti. , These rates apply to both advance renewals and new subscriptions. Send cash with order to - THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN fev-srlsh- rd s ct - .--0.. ' ,. ur Panent j.iui.i f. ., r tZ .Ll T war-selx- muii-unai- ch the-hea- d ty-fi- Itopub-Executl- i - per-ptuat- su-en- lat-(0n- co a&a&&Sii&(HM "Our Fairly Medicine Black-Draug- ..... "J ri '..' J! Black-Draug- ht Black-Draug- ht $ Black-Draug- ht & n- rli, ui-n- ren-.tltlo- n I) GUT Vr . m (,r Mlmmm !' A ZSmm s. t y ing th& winter. This ryo not only will prevent soil erosion nnd leaching losses on tho various farms, but TO OPEN DEC. II also will furnish fall, winter and spring pasture nnd make a good residue to plow under for green manuring purposes, thereby putting humus Association Making Ready Into the soil. Barley also has prov-,e- d To Receive Members' popular as a cover crop, seven counties reporting demonstrations in1922 Crop. volving 2,300 acres. Barley, like the rye, will protect tho soil, furnish many cases make a Lexington, Ky Nov. 25. Receiv- grazing nnd in grain crop that can bo, harvested Economy ing plants of tlio Burley Tobacco Association next spring. Growers' Farmers in nino counties of the will be opened to rccelvo tho 1922 Good" Brands; crops of members December 11, if state are putting on 'demonstrations of crlm-eo- n the will only mean failthere Is a soason, Director of Ware- this winter to show covervalue crop. This clover as a bake-day- , Ralph M. Darker ald tonight. on housed which expensive. crop makes a good winter legume Warchouso managers and bookkeepbut in many cases farmers have disers from all parts of tho Durloy to get a stand of it trict will bo litre Monday, Tuesday, found it hard 4 that would go through the winter. Wednesday and Friday, Mr. Barker sixty acres of It said, to receive their final instruc- Four hundred and are being grown in the demonstra(OAK INI POWD' tions. When you Farmers In eight counties District graders and managers of tions. you spoil havo demonstrations under way to M41 '"" """.. tho association's .redrycrs also will show tho value of vetch as a winter of expensive inbe hire Monday for the final Instructions', and on Monday tho warehouse covtr crop. They are growing 300 Is hardier WNTCNTtlli graders will he' In Lexington to take acres of this crop. Vetch sweet clover as flour, examinations which nre requir and more reliablo than their pro- Ail liAfnvn (hnv nrn nni.tr.1 I 1 rtA I r HQaa but tho prlco of seed Is almost and milk. ernna of tho erowjTS. Theso ' n,ml lve Rye and vetch commonly linon grown together. examinations will Include practical, aro The sale of Calumet Sevon counties report demonstra nn nhllltv on the nart' rinmnniitnitloiiB 2V times much w'nB 3,300 acres of winter of tho graders to do tho work which ltJon8 11, loats while alfalfa and sweet clover of k ...in Director Barkr reiterated hls,ar beInS uaed for cover crops In brand. pro- EE3T BY TEST statement of last week that mem- other counties, wheat also will would not bo tcct the soil on thousands ot acres bers of tho association cntnnnllod to haul their tobacco to! this winter although this crop usualTHE WORLD'S GREATEST BAIiuNG POWDER ls ""vestsd for grain. Counties points In order tho larger receiving Hurley receiving point and that lhat alrcady havo "ported on the to obtain a good grade, and said that acTCe ot cover crP3 secde1 aro Hiscrlbo to him strango powers be Jackson, Grayson, WniiM h n nvorv Marlon, Allen, m,i CONAN DOYLE'S Morgan, Breckinridge, fore which the lied rorccs are Help- grades would bo uniform turuout tho Lawrence, THEORY NOT NEW less. One man even goes so far as Owslty, Union, Jefferson, Harlan, district. Calloway, Fleming, Meade, Campbell to swear ho saw the "Mad" Baron exKfc of Sherlock Hobniw "DIkcuv- - ecuted and has now seen him this Creator and 'Madison. Medicine. Splendid CourIi crs" Hlrdi Sins Abovo second time allvo. "As I ferl that every family should Bur's Range. Chamberlain's Tablets. About tlio execution stories differ. know what a splendid medicine These tablets are intended espeSomo say he escaped, but his family, Phnmbfirlnln's Conch Ifemedv ls. I London. Nov. 25. There wore who camo recently to investigate, am tQ0 p,cased 0 re,at(J my ex. cially for indigestion and constipadays when the discoveries of Shcr reached tho sad conclusion that ho' ptrience and only wish that I had tion. They tone up the stomach and lock Holmes were startling the world bad been killed, known of Its merits years ago." onablo it to perform its functions but thoso days hava passed and nowl Whlto soldiers also shrink at the writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Sta naturally. They act gently on the .Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, the alter- - mention of his name. His discipline . Hon. Mo. "I elve it to mv children 1,ver and oowels, thereby restoring ego of Sherlock, Is devoting his en- was fearful, and he meted out pun- - whfin th(?y show thQ sghtest symp.'the stomach and bowels to a healthy ishments without mercy oven to the toms of be,ng croupjr ergies to new fields. nd when x condition. When you feel dull, L,nVB, n pld and constipated give them a trial. ,,, nn thn offenders. ThoSherlock has been laid on tlw nr t-ahf, Sir Arthur is making discov- - Ono of bis favorite methods was vcry few doseB wl,j rcueT0 ,ne and You aro certain to be pleased with m Tj cries which are almost amarvelous' to compel the soldier to remove his b taklng ,t or a fow dayg j soo'n got their effect. .. fi i lwnnMlna n 1 oil ..nnn " iinVa Jlf ..... .,. . lff ..I.. U.. Un nlnA..ninl-tnf- f v.n ' "I"'-"- " 1J BS IUU5U II1UUU Ul tuc .V,. xa ' OF INTEREST TO WOJIEN. for hours at a time dep?ndlng upon sleuth of old. Sir Arthur has discovered spirits tho seriousness of his alleged crime. 3IAjjV kkNTUCKV BKEK.EKPKRS Columbia Record The flapper , galore. He haa found a way to pho- - Another was to put. a number of men, JIAKE A uviNG FROM HONEY style is going, but the dear things Mocranu tho fairies and now he comes on tho roof of his bouse during a along with tho discovery of blrda severo storm and to force them to Lexington, Ky., Nov. 27. Bee- will hit on something else it wo give If they keeping usually Is taken on as a them time Bing but whose songs are lost to remain there a given time. that ' fed to como down they were shot. human cars. sideline, but there are beekeepers in had many parts of Kentucky who make a Making St. Joseph News-PreSound Test. , Thoso who died from exposure Makes Visitors to Sir Arthur at his homo their own weaknesses to thank. So good living by giving all their tlmo tha world over seems a relatively unreports, In Crowborough toll of rather Inter- - road tho court-martito the production of honey, accord- important task to the woman who He was not loved. Friends say ing to a revised circular entitled, must make last winter's frocks over.) cstlng; If not astonishing, cxperl- menu which the writer carries on. that bullet wounds received in the "Elements of Beekeeping," which has Washington St3r Prinosss Her--i Ho has a cage of Japanese birds in European war bad unbalanced his luat come off the Dress at the Col 8ayfl 8h has a wrUten aGhis drawing loom and when tho birds mind. lege ot Agriculture and which ls ,nont w,th the former Kaiser permit-son- s. sing he Instructs his visitors start to ing tent out free to Interested per- -. Surgeons agreo that in cases ot . to ,eave Doorn lw,co n year -- ...ikj ,,-i,.utwu ti. - hinla closolv and to .. . . Tho new circular contains, iln her u ptnuu ui vigiic weuHB. wuuuer to raaieo a uuts, uurns, wru.ses ana wuuuu., listen closely, asking them deslcned to btVof sue- -' tor ,f sho ever hcard h,or spouse's Ideas signal when they can no longer hear tho first treatment Is most important. ueekeepers in general as i tho song but can still sec the throat wnan an eiuciei we as the per80n who la Just mak on "ecraps of paper' -. u "i.v. nf ihn hlrrt throbblnc. f n n.t eftli linno Tt mov hn rtK- -- bcglnB to "' " D""' Dallas Farm Nows The housewife Tho visitors all aereo that the. infection and the wound man or tamea oy writing me rixpenmeni. ....... momuor ul i.o o m b'horo It heal at once. For uso on antlsep-war- d Station, Lexington, for Circular No. il m,'c" ,uoru " is tho ideal the family on tho farm than In the not audible, but there Is every out- - beast, Dorozone agent. Buy it now G is ciiy. un mo iarm mo nousowno is Indlcatl on lhat tho song is still tic and haling nn nmorconcv. Price ,. nn.l hn -;; a very useful person and. should be "' , on. According to vwuor. air going -Sold by the DECEMIJEIt IS REST MONTH " part- Arthur's conclusions aro that nature Ohio County DrugCo, TO STUDY FARM BUSINESS looked on by rur husband as a m ner in his business and be given priv- is full of tremendous voices which corresponding to all that be i urn audiblo to the human car. Lexlngton, Ky., Nov. 27. Decern-llesTRADES WIFE FOR FORD. too Sir WUUam Bragg, of University her Is tho best time of tho year for,3- - Bu such a. condition isfarms, American College, can't get excited about Sir ac- - selrtora fonu on study his business, To MtY h!s dwlro for an aut- - tho farmer'to rthurti discovery. D. Nicholls. head 0f Many farmers still supply themselves mobile Fred Woodruff, of Fulton, N. cording. to W. " """- - " consists of a scries ot "Sound Coant tho farm economics department ot """ "' "'"" . ,i. sir William says. Y.. traded, his, wife to Grover agree- - tho Collego ot Agriculture. At that their work In tho fields an nover WUVU3 111 l"o " i, ....- ..tl.U ...I !..!.. or a ruru uuiu. Tho written is iuuu "The human car lo iimo.l In tierceiVO .'tlmo of tho year tho Held work Is ,nmK. ol o"i'"j""b .I..!. W"CB w ft Don't BeHigh Quality Fooled Low Price and Don't Go Together, Stick! to BURLEY HOUSES 1 mk m v2 . w fcLJE,BFv'SP?W' l?fVyVfl lj1 1.1 ii JlNct f,nnlentsl5'FluidDfaohnij CASTORIA For Infants and Children. CALUMET The sf&S? iir 'jUji. u 'izmm m ISM '74' c:..i,n:witt'a5 'w -, 'Mi IT J1. UI (I, Mothers Ksiow That Genuine Castoria BAKING POWDER it iiieii .sf 7.1 Never accept "Just as disappointments and ures are ..Mi.VIWra.J VZU CENT. - m ki: i " . i nntmf.-- .t AVpitM.MifeftconrnlicofcrAs similatinlhcFood by Rcuta- HmMhcStofaachsandlkwtlsM Calumet is a High Grade Baking Powder, Moderate in Price use it any never the gredients used sugar, such eggs is as that 4&?y j? ?; I Chccrrumcssar.uireat.wnu.-- Always Bears the TliPrehvPromouniS DitJcslion Signature .r; rt,;nti " ''. . . MiiieTiUNoTNAncoTicl jiaiotadDsSiSLarawi JtehViMlt Senna ncithcr opidm,x-iorpiuiiw- . -j )( r $ In riHnfflr - Mia Set Ai Srnl A ry Jj t.Mnful Remedy fo; tonslIpnfionandDfarrtoefcj .. ,i as any other lossopSiEnp ...i,,i U "se Forever 'XiffiCnJwvnCcHPo'- - NEvJi Of WfaPper. Thirty Years ,rior. Ex3. Copy THtc,.onc,. .ww.err, e 0-- Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. rnh ,..,, u" w The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentuaky Newspaper ss al no m, ,. ("',"J '"' "! r , ... ", Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. It is ' essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated'Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- ,., Dy special arrangements we are now able to offer THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L es THE REPUBLICAN Both ono year, by ninll, for only 55.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, but' only to peoplo living in Kentucky, Tennessee or Indiana. New subscriptions may. if desired, start at a latter dato, and renewals will date from expiration of present ones. It you prefer an evening nowspapor, you may substitute Tho Louisville Times for The Courtor-Journa- l. Send or bring your orders to this offlco. ' " in me So, if Sir William knows wnoreoi he BP:aks. It would eeem that therelatls scientific refutation that tho "discovery'-- ' of Sir Artnur is a est .llnpnvorv at all. and in view ot tho navo fact that his fairy photographs altogether nccontrl with- not been out doubt, it would seem that people .i nf hod more faith In the In Sherlock Holmva than thev hav discoveries of tho al- tho latter dnv tcr-eg- o of bneriucii. ,n.--w- . to tho frequency uy airs. Different pjrsons how to maKo it. was signedtfnncfnt- ..l.n ..fa 1in.Aliv """hearing, ana have different limits of like ed from one man limit chanhoswinag For instance, on calteli 0wlng t0 Wood- ruffs inability to pay off a $40 i mortgage on the auto it was -by a former owner. The woman tat full of noise, while their h..ar cr left Coant, so both men lost out nf It." eiaurb uiu uu........ - is an uppor limit ...uim. ia n,inin. WUI1.11 " tr.l.. -.--"'"- " ;";"'" -. I 1S SaHarnt ." i. CAS TO R MXECUTKD MAD UARON Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S MAKES "COM1MIACK" 25.-"Ma- - Barou Siberia, b Ungorn ln.iigam ui according to reports from frightenescape frmil ir"' ed refugees who have Others claim the region of UoHtlHUoi. reBurrected leon spirit Pakln. Nov. ., that bl. s and is bacK im vow for the de" Superstitious villagers . uuru , ,tB Jj0isuevlUI. m Siberia When a matron at Wellsley collego, Mass., (lIscovcred'Mlsses Bllllo Burse, of Barre, Vt., and Joan Roth, of Stamford, Conn., smoking In their! men. .., room slv threatened to lnfprm tho I vv 4 IU L"Ef sunji m. W L. L. HI A W raior company, wui dean, but said she would desist on that th:. Ilo- State of Ohio, city of Toledo, condition that they reform. "Don't DIVINE VISITATION cai08 lmve bcen lns to clean their maguey fiber with, Instead of rotting Frank J. Cheney, makes oath that he i wait," the girls, ropllcil curtly, "we're ' nlor partner of tho firm of l J. it in salt water. (Piold crickets nib- ,n the aty & Co aoiBg oune going now." Later tho fair smokChen of Toledo, County and State aforesaid. explained their action "as a pro- Kbiinlo lNlunuYra Say Wrath of God.1 bl at ulnler twine made from retted ers amJ tl)at ,ad .rn,' Wiji pay the sum of flbor ,a or,Ier to got tho salt, and 0NB HUNUnKD doixarh for each test against tho antiquated opinion i Ih IMrt'ctcd Asalnst Mod- and uvi;- - case uf Culatrh tliat tunnot be " 80 ,ts Importation into tho United (Ur.d iiy the ust of jiai.l-- catauuu that ladles musn't smoke. Wellcsloy hn Inventions. mkdicinb. is prohibited. franic J. chunk v. COVER CROPS SAVE SOIL Is too narrow fqr tho modern glrV When the j States Sworn to before me and eubscrlbed In I my prt.Mnc, this fth any of December, ON THOUSANDS OP ACRES Imagine! crickets cut tho twine th sheaves- of Iiarrlng cigarettes! Why, A, D. 15R A. W. OLE A SON, jSwl) as a matter o( fact, our great grandNotary Public. Manila, Nov. 25. Typhoons and Brain are loosed.) Hall's Catarrh Medicine la taken tn- .. Lexington, Ky., Nov. 27. Reports mothers of frontier days smoked iiliiui uioiuruuutua, luiiuaiiiui uuii o ..M..wMo ternnlly and acta throjeh tlio JJIood on ninps. Wa ciris of todav mnrinn which mcnniiv rnvncoii ihn machines Is "following: tho dnvii the Mucous Hurfuccfl of Ilie Synttm. Send already received from l$ counties of rnril-n- i, for IfHtlnionialf. rree. e the stato Indicate that cover crops' como hy our tastes honestly." Ilocano; and l J. CIIKNKY & CO . Toledo. O. provinces occupied by Ilocanos, tho wisdom" to tho BoM by all OrtiRKlvtii. ?Sc. this winter will stop sou wasning p.oplo ot Malayan origin, jvlth per- - wnen a typhoon destroys his maguey HaH'B raiully Pill for constlration. and tho leaching away of plant food sickly children need White' Cream haps somo Japanese, on the r&rth- - "elds ho is not surprisod. The man-o- n thousands of acres ot Kentucky Vermifuge. It not only destroys west coast of Luzon, havo recalled od tnat works in th? typhoon is MOTHEItS AMONG to It. E worm. It thero be uny, but It ucts.the suporstltlons of this people re- - supposed to wield two instruments ot "TWELVE GREATEST", farm lands, according Istophenson, soils specialist of thq)a9 a atrenstheuing tonic in tho storms. They think of storms destruction the bolo and the a.i. Ia a dlvlno visitation and fool that a moderate storm he la only using a. Talklnc about finding tho ",12 College ot Agriculture. Despite the ach and bowels. Price 3Cc por hot-fDrug their Holds aro destroyed by wind UK "uio, "naiagmoauaug," ana in greatert women In tho United States" fact that this Is only ths second year tie. -- they'lUnever be d ilnitely located.1 In which an Intensive cover crop company. in .and flood because they havo offended harder storm his hugo ax, "naUgaW .wasay." tho dcitlJ. New York World hits tho nail campaign has been put on In tbei Tho Customer, rushing to Druggist i In splto of superstitions, however, rrne Birit ot tho storm is person!- ou the head with tho. deciaration.that state, the acreage of such crops has You made a mistake in that pro- - fin,i ,, .!.. i duality ot womnnly groatness "be-- ! made a substantial increaso. inn.inii nn hv machines for strlnnln fiber and iilao the ' In 14 ot tho 10 counties, farmers scrlptton I gave my motbir-in-IithQ Supromo Doing to administer other modern aids to agriculture and 1(,nBgj0VItably to a successful moth- surely to a succeseful havo started uomonsiraiions involv- - Instead of quinine you used strych- -' unishment upon tlu. sinful. He ls rural living are being Introduced sue- eiy almost as flercent when avenging tho use of ces.fully. The beliefs In evil nnlrltj wife"' Tbat makes soiho ot the sug- -' ing close to 19,000 acres of rye alone nine. .Druggitt Tho dovlljthcu you qwo inventions, such as tho stripping ma- - and avsnglug deltlc3 aro old. uu. .bj gested Hits look like an old maid's to show their neighbors how flolds IMcano Is progrosslv can bo protected from washing dur- - me 20 cents more. 'chines Imported by the International , embroidery club. Toledo Blade. id ' fam products aro known jnd the long nights and weather at that season of tho year" are such that there ls only limited time for "e(u work. This glvos tho farmer back over the aEood chance to year to make an'involce of mistakes) nnd successes and plan ahead tor j the coming year. Tho lead pencil to used during the winter months study tho farm business and innke plans for the new yoar Is tho greatest labor saving and prnlk insuring implement on the farm, Mr. Nicholls says. of kltch.n. COLLEGE CURLS RESMJN.S w.wau. --- --. -- ...ti. old-tim- stom-'gardl- as t - yuS A """The Hartford Republican COMPANX 7; stockers $3 00.25; milch cowi Calves Market stoady. Beet veah $8,50 down; modlum $4B; com mon $24. , Hogs Market actlro ind price steady. Best hog's all weights brought $8.40; throwouts $7.1t down, ., i $15060. mbllibcd Weekly by pARTFOKI) MEXICO ITS HOME fiofoestio Spcpies pf Turkey Had Origin rniNTJINa Inrorponttrd iJ ' j ' u ivnnn nn Entered according to law at the ."""I; Bulk 77u top lambs, i9' Thankiolvlna Bird, So Well and . Poitofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall ...., .,.,..., ( wwnf iwvi VI down; seconds $7S; best fat shcoj or mo second ciasj, th Wild Species. $4.50 down; bucks $2.503. Butter Krri and loultry. to At this time of the year when the AddfGss all communications Buying prices not to Bhipper the feasting holidays are here, almost nme Hartford fttjpubllcan. shipper paying freight and drayagc everyone thinks of turkey, which also took an lmportnnt part In the first charge arc: stmscMBEns fcbTibfe .( Country, packing fetock, Thanksgiving of the Puritans, tlie paper ' Hbbscrlbcrs desiring theiVts tho Bent 23 Butter lb. founders of Thanksgiving as we know cents old To T new hddress tntiBl It today. Little Is known of the early 46 47c doz. Eggs Candled firsts tddreu In taaklnft the rSilucat. history of the domestic turkey. Writers Lbt&lB and Notices 10c Business seconds 37c. of the Sixteenth and Seventeenth cenper lUe tor each W line, ahd 8c Poultry Hens, largo, 17c; small turies seem to have been Ignorant Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions ind Cards 15c; spring, chickens, largo 15c; nbout It, and to have regarded it us ( Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for small 18c; roosters 8c; ducks 15c; the gtilneafowl or pintado of the anach head lino and slgnautre, money geese 14c; guineas, old 250 each; cients, n mistake which was not Urn advance. cleared up until the middle of the last Church Notices for services free, young guineas 1& to 2 lbs. 58c each. cmtury, says a writer in the New Tues- York Sun. advertisements, lc per Above prices woro thous of tat other word. The name It now bears, and which will day. communications Anonymous It received in England where It Is receive no attention. 7 SPHINGKIKM) MAX NAMED to have been introduced in 1541, ON EKFICIBNCV BODV was given It from the supposition tliat . TELEPHONE it came originally from Turkey. As 59 Farmers Mutual u i u .. ' Frankfort, Ky., Nov. 27. Gov- - " """ completed ,. DECEMBER 1 ernor Morrow today WUDAY 0tU,U Alll,0.l J l.Ullltl J personnel of tho State ' Efficiency Came From Mexican Fowl. Commission by tho appointment of Audubon, one of the early pioneers If tho American people don't know Gabo Wharton, Insuranco man of i of American ornithology, supposed oitr Is best for America ask Clcmen-ceawhat Springfield, to fill tho vacancy caus-- J common barnjurd turkey to have oris-c- d the Frenchman, who. Is touring by tho declination of John Barr hinted In the wild bird so prevalent the U. S. for thei purpose of casting of Louisville. Tho other members In the eastern half of the United ! light In the dark places. are John Stoll, Lexington banker; States. But It has always been a surprise to naturalists that the Spear, Paris, and Guthrie ' i latter did not assimilate, by Inter-n With turkeys bringing forty cents Coke, ; Logan County, all brc,.,llnK revcrRlonf morc ,ntllIlntc. gobble, a lot of business men. per pound, as they iy n coior alll habits to the domestic of famlles had' a hard time heads Tho commission will meet here form. No suspicion, until recently, looking pleasant as they wielded tho Friday and organize for the work. appears to have been entertained that ' the two carving knife on old Tom yesterday. birds 'might belong to differ- A colored man In Alabama gave a j it species. r common wild turkey, once so In this Issue wo reproduce Presi- justice of the peace a big fat possum j dent Harding's message delivered as a woddlng fee. Meeting the' Plentiful In I'ennsylvanla and New I to Congress last week. Whether ,one groom a year after, the justice sad ilork. Is now restricted to theofmore ,Ue tern and souorn portIons Government aid to our mer- "well, Joe, now uo you line murneui favors message chant marine, or not the ought to be read by all who can do "Well, suh," was the reply, "all I kin say is 1 wlsn.IM.et dat possum." Country Gentleman. Potatoes IS r cents per bushel In '- W. 8. TIKHMfiV. Keillor and DuRiucw Manager. There, - - .imna i Announcing a Sale i -- December 4th to 10th. Ouif bargain tables will be loaded with to 2 off regular prices. articles at 1-- to al 3 1-- Below are some of our many bargains: Pine, Tar and Cherry Pectoral was 30c, now Infants' White Pine Cordial was 30c, now Syrup "White Pine Compound was 30c, now Dr. Shoops- Cough Syrup was 25c, now Ballards Horehound Syrup was 25c, now Otto's Spruce Gum Balsam was 25c, now Drake's Glessco Cough Syrup was 50c, now - '- 3jj '. . .' . 20c .20c 20c 15c i tho.,...,.. u, Porter's Pain King and Ointment Turpo Ointment was 50c and 25c, now Kimosan Oil was 25c, now Japanese Oil was 60c, now Hill's Specific was 25c, now a Ointment was 25c, now Avalon Farm Remedies Columbia Records t Petro-Ment- . .' well-know- , "' 20c 20c 44c xz price 40c and 20c ,. . mat-Cates- 18c 50c 18c 15c xz price 65c each or 3 for $1.75 "Wisconsin and,MIchlgan a'nd three the .to make overworked head of a family growl every time he looks' a local .spud In is difference a plenty tho tye. to four cents per pound In Hartford, -- I STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluke.) Toilet Goods, Powders, Rouges, Creams, all reduced. Many other articles on sale too numerous to mention. A Pencil FREE to every school child who visits the store Monday morning. .iJ.yft?. fowl has been derived. . ..aa Many Differences Seen. Speaking of funerals: Tho sickly i he says did not I to a woman whom ., .... , , .. season of tho year Is upon us. why Between the wild bird of eastern don't BIrkhead buy Scud, the funer- - North America and the Mexican andhas rejoined his original wife ana al car driver, a silk hat? " barnyard Towls there arc dlf, ferences which must be apparent to the divorce has, or Is to bo anulled. ' the most superliciul observer. The Wo don't know whether it all hapWo see where a man married af-- j extreInUleg 6t t,10 tull ft!lltnm ag the same court pened in and before pre- tor forty years of courtship we fcatners the or not, but things just as grange sumei he had passed that stage in'bnse na thc tall are overlyinglatter In tho of the iav& happened. life when one's resisting powers are creamy or fulvous white, while in the former they are of a decided chestnut of tho Democratic Newspa- worn out. Some Other characteristics brown color. pers are immensely pleased with work to do wo exist, apparent to the ornithologist. If wo had a lot of and his line of speechts. The dltllculty experienced In estnF person who had Ho, tho "Tiger" would have the Unit- would not hlro a wrong. If anything ;tnnl(!blr(,9ibbowatinttll(!,m.OIKltll8 ed States shoulder all flf France's ob- never done wo hired one closely related as one would suppose. ligations, straighten out all tangles, know It. Because If we would want him to do It. Did a near kinship exist, Interbreedin fact act as antidote for every 111. to work ing would more easily be accomplished. papers who are e And these Big packers say that wholesalo With the Mexican turkey, matters are lambasting the forever and ttornally to' bofore-th- a otherwise. That a relationship does present Administration for the high prices of meats are back war levels. Won't some good exist between tho domestic bird and rate of taxation and "cussing" there can be no question, as please page the local the latter of the naturalized species bpcclmens It has not been lowered aro Samaritan gently break the news are often met with which are nenrly busy handclapplng and applauding butchers and tho counterpart of Its Mexican proAmeri- to them? Clomonceau when ho berates genitor, differing only in the greater ca for not taking on other expen- Kaiser Rial Kays mixing drinks is development of tho fatty appendages None of these-- j eivo rosnonslbllltlcs. the head and neck, differences to ho heaved lntoi obligations for which tho Country Is .,t .nn wlilch may be accounted for as the Incurred tho class of other lost arts. As It effects of tho Influences to which the being sapped to meet, were happens to get. a wee drop;blns h(mj b(jen B1bJected by 'Inan under a Republican Administration, a fellow he. gulps It down Hko a dry steer at i No Instance of yet they gleefully speak of deficits fearing discovery and similar reversions to our once familiar and charge the deficiency to Repub- a rain barrelby some rovenuer, eastern bird have been known to occonfiscation lican management. cur, which would necessarily have been EHlah. tho Proimet. whoso other tne enso had they hcen so closely re-XOUISVIIiLK .MARKETS , ... , .. Mated as was once maintained.' n.UIIO lt luui ui mu ui...M.wt " .in.,i,r and fcw"amj tj,0 newest omployo down at tho Cattle Supply, moderato changes noted in values. Best light Hexald office, says as how since, hie fT'ffi butchers In fair demand at full stca boss has took unto himself a partnor, iiv tirlcte: others slow and uncbang and working In spliced harness, will America' Own Day. od. Few good heavy steers offered; not bo around tho shop as much as ho Thanksgiving Is imrtlculnrljr our used to ho, ought to nlake it lots medium and In botween stetrs own holiday. It origlnntvd liuro und Strictly good quality stock- easier on the-- Devil. no other continent thnn H1I3 hus It. common ers and feeders In demand; Except for the ThankBglvIng days slow sale. Fairly Kaiser Rial says whon you hear of the United States and IVniidu stockers have there Is lu all the I'nrth no ofllclul ocii man and woman say they good clearance noted. Prlmo heavy steers $8 been living together for ten and fif- casion fur returning thnnks to ProviQuotations 8.75; houvy shipping flteois $7.50 teen years without a single jar or dence by the people as p peoj)le $6 Christmas and of hect. g8; medium to good storr cows the uttf rence of harsh op cross word, New Year's nre celtbrnted wherever ' one to tho other, 'its a sign of two $4.5008.25; fat 7.50: heifers good cows V2.- - things, viz: somobody's prevaricated the cross hns found Its way; lnde- ;4fl5.50; medium to n m r n pendenco nn uieinorlal days nro,ol-serve- d .1 i .. mi a .! ri nave no geta up anu neta iu ihbih cutters fiovw- - i"i In many lands; but the only 50 and are not worth a durn. $21f 2. 10; bulls ?2Q5; feeders $5 nutlonnl Thunki.j;hlcg day Is our lat-i- , ,i V m-There's n lot more fun In laugh- Jmkfii The Louisville Papers according ing till you cry than crying till you to the press out in th& State have langh. i sits ,?r.v .?;Vmv''B been wanting to dictato the nominee a of Governor for tho Democrats, In,, for It 8nowed about four Inch the coming race, and their alleged nastV( wet Biusn Sunday night and jtonday dictation has been strongly condea-nd from Mills Point to tne w:g Ernest BIrkhead, the undertaker, counts that day not lost that has a Henry Ford, a man who is not a place for a morning and afternoon historian, neither ddes he have any funeral. particular knowledge of politics, tho Perfect Specimens. a man of stupndous business inTwo things we can't got escited whHe ,n tne parg of terests and for that reason we pre- about or lnttrested In: A rifle shoot Texas. SMes Mexico, Colorado and New sume would be an. ideal candidate In a distant State and a slxlday's Arizona, thence stretching southwan to pdt up for President, according to bicycle meot. jjlong the eastern slope of Mexico, ' some of the. Louisville papers. i there exists nnothor form, essentially different, which by distinction. Health Is said to be wealth. It all line hnun Ttmiulot! v way oftlin Xfortrton nnllurl ""-- " Prof. John P. Tiernan of South depends upon the vlewpolntt v"""" and Bend. Ind.. who denied the fatner (whether or not It Is a doctor doing turkey. It Is from this species, and ,u .o nit . . u not from the other, as has been erroviewing. neously supposed, that the domestic In court to estahlsh that the lost a case fa. 1 3 M5" j uy i i& OHIO COUNTY DRUGJCO., Hartford,Ky. i i Jk.-F- " 'fail mmj&PwM j The Monarch 1 , f ? BMHIHBIlinifflHKW t Will Meet Your Range Requirements andgive you "Dollar for Dollar Value." It is a range constructed of quality material and workmanship. Nothing is sacrificed to make it attractive in appearance and lasting in service. """. ". - uu HElji HlrH i ' 1W 111 ACTON BROS., Hartford, Ky. au HBA1IZED MEATS self-sam- FRUITS OF ALL KINDS Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Lemons, Pears, Cranberries s CANDIES I so Regular Meals Hot and Cold LUNCHES Full Line ro.-iri- Jas. A. Tate's Hamburgers Hot Soups Extra Select Oysters Celery Brains, Fish Restaurant At Old Hartford House, HARTFORD, KY. Cigarettes Smoking TOBACCOS Cigars Chewing NOTIONS Hot and Cold DRINKS Milk .,.. V, "tFS J neg-locte- d. Steaks and Chops Cocoanuts English Walnuts Mixed Nuts cxtr-wnel- Coffee Hot Chocolate Cook's Dry Coca Cola Pops Ice Cream Canned Goods Breakfast Foods Cakes, Pies I 754; -- . ""'"or 1 Lovtrit price in town on Cigarettes. WeHngton Pipes M "l1!nWMIMHMiva - . I 4 lion. A. S. D nnelt, of LojIjvIIIo, spent from Saturday uultl Tuesday afternoon in Hartford. 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. . Great bargains, nt tho Ohio County Drug Company' sale 4Jh to lO'.h. Seo their ad In this Issue. Mr. and Mrs. C. 0. Hunc; Mr P. D. Taylor and Mrs. E. E. Dlrkhui wore in Owensboro Monday. Mr. S. T; Dftrnett, who has b en soriously ill at his homo here, show ed considerable improvement, on last Ford-Lincoln-Fords- on report. terest. Money to Loan Low rate of No commission. CLARENCE BARTLETT. In- 0. y Att'y. afLaw, Hartford. Mrs. W. Ill Gillespie and little son, Marcus Ray, were guests of Mr. Hid Mrs. W. S. Mills, in Owensboro, Friday and Saturday. Corinth and Francis Taylor, ,of guests of Owensboro, were week-en- d tholr grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Render, city. OWENSBORO WAGONS are rec ognized as the best. Seo our lino be ACTON BROS. fore buying. Hartford, Ky. 22t2 We will pay you the highest cash price for rabbits after Nov. 15th. ' W. E. ELLIS & BR0. Hartford, Ky. 20t4 Besides these, we are of- It is unnecessary to wait until warm weather to buy an Automobile. A closed car affords all the comforts in winter that an open car affords in summer. The Coupe and Sedan have the easy riding qualities found only in high priced cars. Call on us; we will show you the advantages of the quality closed car. fering out of our regular stock some special 'prices on COATS, SUITS Coupe, $593.54 Sedan, $661.14 and DRESSES DELIVERED FOR Friday and Saturday 1 Beaver Dam Auto Co BOTH PHONES. AvflfiQuiTt a 25 per cent reduction on any dress in our Ready-to-WeDepartment. ar ' mr tHiAVJCK av tt LIAIV1, IS.Y. . m at w t BOTH PHONES. Y Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Duff, of Dun- ,dee, left Tuesday morning for Roch ester, Minn., whore Mrs. Duff will be under treatment for some Urn". Mr. and Mrs. Tom Casebl'ir. of Central City, were gueats of Mr. Casebier'? mother, Mrs. Hulda Case-bi- er and family, city, yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. Jamos Nanr were guests of Mrs. Owensboro, Nance's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward, city, Sunday and , imm MILLINERY Some special winter styles are now in stock. ,See us at once, as we are offering somejbig .values at a low price. DOG TAG FOR 1923. a , m H XMx&l&Gb, FRUITS Apples Oranges lbinumus Grnp DRINKS Milk Coffco George Calvin Kcown, of Ind., arrived In "Hartford Mon day, to be. tho guest of his grand father, Mr. Cal P. Keown, for a few days. f t' , K . ' c For the benefit of the dog owners of Ohio County, I wish to j vsay that the Dog Law has not beenrepealed, as some think. You , i Cajson.antl Mr. and Mrs. children, city, were guests of Mrs. Carson's brother, Jesse Foster and O." D. family, Sunday. of. the Nocreek community. tjr - I are required to get your tags on or before the first day of January. Send by mail 1.02 for the first male dog and $2.00 for each subsequent male dog, and $2.02 for the first female dog and $4.00 for each subsequent female dog, also give the following information, viz: Your Post Office Address J, Your Voting Precinct .".' .V of Dog : Breed or-Kin- d i t "- - -- ' AXfkt rnrr Coloripf.Dpg . - ' '- ..- -.' . . Nuts Cunilfrs Clicwlnjr Gum KATS Heg's Place HARTFORD, KY. Celery Head Lettuce, Etc. Hot Soup Hot Hiunbergcrs Fresh Oysters' l'ork Drains Fork Chops TODACCOS Judge and Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, Mrs. Wm. Everetlc. Himts, Ml?esKing,fc-Hel?-n Margaret Wosterficld, city, wero ro Saturday. and Rub y --v- ...;.-- . .V . . .;, In Owensbo- - GUY RANNEY, Clerk Ohio County .Court. Coca Cola Cook'8 Dry Tops Smoking Chewing Cigarettes .Cigars . Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Coylo, mocd Wednesday, from tho Washington, country, to the home vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Barrett Russell, on Bonner Avenue, Hartford. Wood Headers Mrs. John Llndley and daughter, Shovels. Mrs. DeWitt Martin, and the lattcr's 22t2 little daughter, of near LIvermoro, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnott . Mrs. Chester Tuesday and Wednesday. Tr cj The Hartford Republican FRIDAY DECE.MDKK 1 J. P. Cambron, of near Adaburg, was In Hartford, Monday. Messrs. R. May and Clsal Calvert, of Equality, were In this city, Coal Buckets and ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. Wilson and liOOKOUT TO MAKE 00,000 MJW IDLE New York, Nov. 27 The Mason PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Pure hog lard, home rendered at W. A. HIMES. James Carter, of Narrows, was In Wartford, Jlonday. Frosh, River Catfish at Friday and Saturday. "When In town drop into for a bowl of Good Soup. TATE'S HEG'S 21t3 Mr. L. E. Chariot, of Llvorroore, was In Hartford Tuesday. , vAppfes, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Colcry, Htad'Lettuco at all times at HEG'S. 2it3 ' Our" old ? yjiii friend, E. B. Flnley, of Salect, was Tuesday. a visitor at this office Mr. and "Mrf. Honry Bean, city, guests of relatives wero week-en- d at Dundee. 'Mr.' and Mrs'. McDowell A. Foglo returned from tholr honoymoon trip, Saturday night. Messrs. Glenn Barnes and H. D. Estes, city, were In. Owensboro Friday of last week. " try and rabbit fencing at "' Woven wire, barbed NVlro and poul- 20t4 & DUO. W. E. ELLIS of Wo will have a car fow days. See us for salt. Get our W. E. ELLIS & BRO. prices.. jTJtf salt In a Hartford, Ky. t Mnmn iravnitnif renre- of tho New England Life sontatlvo i..i.nnn f!n i at hiH home lure. w.. ...W.........W Attorney A. D. Kirk, city, wont to recuperating from an opqration for Owonsboro Monday, returning Tues me removal oi a lumur. nnfl ...... ., Mr ...... Mrs W. IT. ColHn.?. of .. ... day. TMcorlnmno .T P. fJnntrv. Livcrmorc- Qnnirn Pino. At.i.. nrrlveil In llart- Fresh Oysters, Pofk Drains, Pork and John X. Taylor, Earllngton, were ford Sunday night to ba guestr. of Bar-da- y Sausage, fresh and smoked, Pork guests Wednesday night and Thurs- Mr,,, Collins' father, Mr. S. T. of their brother, Mr. R, B. Mar- - nett, who Is ill. Mr. Collins, return 21t3 Chops "at. HEG'S. ed hnmn Tuosilav. whilo Mrs. Collins, tin, and Mrs. Martin, city. ' remained for a whilo longer. Orchestra will bo heard, Tho local Mr. and Mrs. James Daniel, Hart- as an added attraction, at tho Star rp nnrnnts of an , .. ri .l T rnni Tmifn 1 , nw thn r .w . jiitsgrs, n, i. i oiBUi ami jitu. . iuiu, vwm.u Theatre, tonight. , ..... n.i . ml-.- l.. ..- -.i L'lrl. lioril SltndnV111..a- nlcrht unnntt linliv a -.. i.w ..HU Jljr- b tvillKl Cliy, IlUUiI.IV 111UIL-. t .n.v.n. 4.1. ttt -, Tta llftlo lnilv hn ses Troguen, oi me ... . wasnmgion com Boys! girls! Don't forget about nuiomuci .. ... .k.l.4.n.J " at tuctsu uiifiovuuiu lnn.n r.nuatvnR good Whitman's Candy munltv. who ror tne past lew momus that iuion omnlnvnil tn th A ftnnstruc hnrl WWII W..J'.Wrf .. TATE'S. Try a box. ItVU Mrs. Robert Mason, suffered pain- - ... n - thn ifonf,.Pirv Timber Pro- Tho Ohio County Drug Company Is ful, though not sonous, ourns m , dlCtg Comi,ay( Loulsvlljc, return- .. Monday. h putting on a sale 4th to 10th. Seo ono or her arms, snouiuer In the explosion of a gas stove, In their ad elsewhere In this lssuo, thtir rooms nt Lexington, Monday. WANTED Man to succed E. P. Good Taylor, Retailing lUwleigh Messrs. Alfonzo Decker, of Mrs. A. V. Ooodln and Infant child, Health Food Products: Spices, Fla- -i and Herman Decker of In Hart- yore. Medicines, Toilet preparations, Wire in Hartford Wednesday. of Charleston, Mo., arrived used IRfl (ivrrvnv ford Tuesday night to spend about by millions. Largest Company; esGoodln's parentu, tablished ?4 years. Favorably known Mr. George L. Kloln and son, Paul ton davs with Mrs. J., of Qulncy, 111., wero in Hartford jCapt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox and other all over America. No experience, praciicaiy no caiiuui unuiu, relatives. from Sunday until Tuesday, on t.ncli von tn manatfo vour own Der- -i manont big paying business. $2,0Q0-- j Miss Emillo Pendleton, Central tr. nnn vn.iriv. Wrlt for annllca- refer- Wednes tio'n. Give apo, occupation, Mr. Ernest Wilson, of Greenville City, arrived In Hartford Monday, and made day night, to spend the remalnrtur eucea. w. T. kawukiuh ju. ZJIO was In Hartford .gtccPOTt, 11U 'tho week .is the Ruest of her fath-ffi- ? this office an appreciated call while of . tvt utr E. U. renuioiuu uuu hero. Wo want you to attend the Rond Pondltton. Session of the Owousboio District Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Carson, city, Standard Training School for Sunday Mrs. Sallie Harrison, of Narrows, spout Thanksgiving with Mrs. Car-Bo- n School Workers, at tho Settle Momo-rl- al Mrs. Aunlo Sharp, of St. Paul,. Mlnn.t mother, Mrs. J. P. Foster, Methodist Church, Owensboro, Mr. Cyrus Sharp and little da'ufehter, 1922. A real Ky., Dooember of Narrows, wro guests of udg opportunity for eervloo. o workers Wedding, clty.jTWed-nosday,Wo are now wanting Thanksgiving and Mrs, R. U. Credits granted, Tuition Free. Paid last, week. tu'rkoys, Wo buy eggs and poultry Expert Instructors. For Information overy day In tho yoar. Highest cash ' and reservation write, wlrt or phono COLD WBATHBR1S IIERE-On- e '' price's paid. JOS. W. SEAY. of, the necessities of life Is warmth, W. E. ELLIS & DRO. ' v Owensboro, Ky. of Coal Heaters, Hartford, Ky. We have a full line 20tl little Builders' Assoclittion Itoday issued daughtor. Francis Doe, of tho Green a lockout order to its 12S members, River country, will return home ordering them to pay off all brickSunday, after spending a week In layers employed by them at 5 p. nt. Hartford, as guests of Mrs Wilson'B tomorrow, as a protest against tho . .. parents, Mr. anu wrs. u. u. uarun bricklayers' refusal to work with In- ... .., -- vi --- -- .- ... J .vw... -- ... iii. 8, 4 ' ' ly dismissed. The grand Jury adjourned a brief session of a few hours I1EAVEK DAM outTeturnliig any Indictments Only ono person lids' been n Olatou, was Mr. Bobort Leo of from with tho penitentiary In this city Monday, and dined In several years. ' R. C. Duff and family. .n t Tho nlghteen months old child of FOR SALE Mr. and Mrs. Lonnle Evnns died at tho Evans home lu West Beech Sucond-hnu20 In. Meal stroet Saturdny, and the Intormeut and bolt Corn Shollor. Those' occurred In tho Arnold cemetery. aro as good aa now. oi Mrs. Carl I'oigusou was 111 sevuse ono year. days this week. eral W. E. ELLIS & B R. P. Likens Is removing his fami- 20tl o ly from S. Main to an apartment In Mother Don't ask so mnn North Main at Fourth .street. Katie. Don't you know Heaver Dam was vlalted by a very .iiM4-n..- a ftrik nnrlv Mnndnv morn. curiosity onco killed a cat? ing. The I. C. depot was totally! Katti What did tho cat Chicago Per destroyed by a blazo of unknown know, mother? Robe-Countd, dependent laborers, Announcement of tho lockout was made by Christian. G. Norman, chairman of tho board of governors, of tho Building Trndo Employers' Association, which baa Indorsed the btund of tho Mason Builders' Association. Norman declared that ho had been Informed' by counsel for tho nonunion hod carriers that an injunction returnable Wednesday had boon tho bricklayers Issued, forbidding from discriminating against Independent laborers, agreed, Tdq lockout, officials would affect about 60,000 workers in the building trade in tho metropol itan district Immediately and would render Idle another 65,000 Within a month. ' About $100,000,000 In construction work in tho metropolitan area may bo tied up, officials estimated. origin. It is said that considt freight, two pianos, a gasolln. gine, furniture, several pouch' mall and other articles in tr wre destroyed. Mr. Ernest .Wilson, of Greet was in Beaver Dam on businss, day, Tho flnH biiow of tho winter I Beaver Dam Sunday afternoon, a snow atorm hqwovor, visited Monday, and winter Seemed to begun In .irnesit. Mrs. J. F. Allen and daughte guests uc Allen, wero wcok-on- d tives in Olatou and Rosins Mr. W. Er Hallo was at Ford visiting friends, ono day rccen SHORTEST TERM OF COURT IN STATE li Maysville, Ky.,' Nov. 27. neys returning hero from Mt. vh.ero they attonded the Rob Circuit Court say that it w. shortest session over held ile it. le, m- - ln II i on if t we iva m M r- - on. ho bo ' State. The petit Jury was soljctou as thoro wasonly ono caso to b and that was compromised aft Jury was sworn they were lminc 4ut ed he te- - or in- - to on. hr la. . tat v to Jt $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper ago to tho elk herds coming; down from tho mountains in and about tho Yellowutono National Park to win- -' tor in tho Jnckson Holo region. Doth tho elk refuge and tho Flat Creek Reservation aro under tho jurisdlc-- l tlon of tho Biological Survey1 of the United States Department of Agrlcul- - TUB GBNUS TKAMPUS m turo. 230 Reef Hulls Distributed The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. You Should Read The Louisville Herald A metropolitan daily paper that contains a complete telegraph and cable service covering the world. State news from correspondents in all parts of Kentucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news of Louisville'and suburbs. Society, Financial, Market and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliable authorities on these special subjects. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with a daily newspaper that interests every member of the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you want in addition to your local paper. If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to your remittance. Order your subscription through THE REPUBLICAN, Hartford, Ky. .FARM DEPARTMENT. The alfalfa acreage of Michigan increased over 200,000 acres this year following alfalfa campaigns conductexed the pest winter by agricultural in that State, accordtension workers ing to reports to the United States Department of Agriculture. Farmt:ra list year entered over cowsi in cow-testln- and San Francisco markets, and at the request of shippers or other financially Interested parties makes official inspection of butter offered for Interstate v shipment or received at important central markets signated by th& Secretary of de- More than a billion and a half pounds of butter was produced in tho demon-ntratioUnited States during 1921, according to the United States Department of Agriculture. This is an increase per cent over the production of 10 Consumption increased in 1920. ture. moro than production by 20,000,000 Over 9,450,000 pounds of meat pounds, the difference being taken cured, 2,600,000 pounds of lard, and care of by imports and butter with 3,900,000 pounds of sausage made drawn from cold storage. Jn 1921 in farm homes where none Ten years' work by the Federal had been mad& before are reported to tho United States Department of agricultural experiment station in Agriculture as the result of demon Guam on adaptaton of Temperate- by Zone vegetables to the soil and clistrations in meat conservation agents. mate there has resulted in tho intro homo demonstration duction of varieties of many vegeNext to the United Kingdom, Italy tables into tho gardens of natives of Previous to is tho largest Importer of American0 Guam. vegetables worothis very few grown.Boans, having received over 32,000,-00- garden wheat, according to the carrots, corn, cucumbers, eggplant, bushtls in 1920, reUnited States Department of Agricul- pumpkins, and watermelons are ported to tho United States Departture. France ranks, next, with ment of Agriculturo as being among for tho same pear. thosij- - best adapted to conditions on Of tho leading markets New York that Island. Is often a.uob. d as paying tho highest Infective Hat Clenn-up- . prices for very early arrlvnls of fruits Tho bad results of carelessness In vegetables, but during the height and of tho season It often quoted below leaving breaks in tho basement, walls to the others, says the United States De- of a building originally Intended reb rat proof are shown in a caso partment of Agriculture. cently reported to tho Biological Surof the butter vey of tho United States Department Nearly .produced in the United States in of Agriculturo. In tho course of a Oreg., in 1921 was made in creamierles, ac- rat campaign In Portland, men from - United which the rodent-contrcording to a report of thetho department were backed by the States Department of Agriculture. city bureau of health and the chamShipments of sheep and lambs ber of commerce, a building with unwas vishack to tho country for feeding show- repaired breaks of this sort to ited. Tho owner was advised ed an increase during tho first baseof this year of 355,000 head, clean up all tho rubbish in his or more th.an 21 per cent, over tho ment, repair the breaks in tho on wall, us.? barium carbonate corresponding period of last year, although there, was a decrcaso In Hamburg steak to poison Mie rats, traps. A few market receipts of 2,206,000 head, and also to sot some renearly 13 per cent, according to days later it was learned that tn or of moving the trash threo rat nests a report of tho U. S. Department wera uncovered, one of which con Agriculture. adult tained 15 young. Thlrty-sl- x potatoes this year In rats wore found dead the morning afProduction of ter the poison was spread. 16 countries is estimated to be year bushels moro than last Kstiibllslii'H New Bird Deand 40,000,000 mpro than tho aver- rrcMtlent nervation. yoara age production for tho flvo tract adjoining the elk ' 1909-191- 3 A according to figures comWyo., has been piled by the U. S. Department of refuge near Jackson, total acreage of established as a new national bird Agriculture. The order. It potatoes In 1922 for the 24 countries reservation by Executive aro available, was will bo known as tho Flat Creek Refor which estimates servation, and will serve throughout 20,261,090 acres. tho year as a breeding and resting States Department of place for the wild fowl nnd other Tli United birds of tho region. Lato tn fall and Agriculturo maintains a. pur-po- s on the Uoston. Chl-ut'- o, In winter it will servo another srvlco affording additional pastur- In New York and Philadelphia, ciations to determine their standing producers thru na butter-fa- t by agricultural extension workers, according to reports to the "United States Department of Agricul 134,000 rj asso- ns two-thii- ol -- nine-month- nt 675,-000,0- 00 40-ac- butter-Inspecti- "You will never got anywhere un As a sult of cooperative pales, sales." less rou have hlchcr Ideals than commonly termed "better-sir- e because of their nature and purpose, this," preached tho woman to whoso' w . door tho tramp had applied for as- wnvm (MUbtvoaift; beef slstance. "Aro you really content tucky distributed 260 pure-bre- d bulls this year. Tho majority of tho to spend your life walking around tho bulla aro to be used for Improving country begging?" The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest "No, lady," answered Weary grade herds. Tho number of bulls and best papers in the South and we hope to receive of in tho sales mentioned .lie. "Many's the time I've wished ' do not includo those distributed thru I had an auto." many new subscribers on this offqr. One dollar and prlvato sales which breeders con- seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in rlxAln1 llinmaaltria "And why should I help you?" mnnded the Boston citizen. your subscription now. Don't delay. connection with In work In Kentucky extension workers! "Sir," replied the Boston tramp, coherent reason. In animal husbandry aro conducting! "I can offer you-nYour motives must be altruistic." demonstration work in live-stoThis got him a dime, Louisville feeding. In a number of counties ffntrl-rln- v , omployoo who promises to pay her mnbtltiita nra llnlrl tn fnPfl Courier-Journa- l. mftAfty acf ;xi .tf.,Mtf,M w.-! Jl5.Jl rrj 13 tho money In $500 Installments and lots. The meetings assist maieriauy, At the back door n largo and to allow her a year to regain hor college of agriculture believes, State in showing nnd teaching better feed- healthy looking Individual had atk-e- d health nnd beauty before sTwi perfor "a little something to eat," forms her part of the contract maring practices along with tho impor and had been told that ho might riage to him. tance of good breeding. i -- e novo it If ho would work a while at J Succeed vjftcn fvenrthln;: t?!$e fafc Ho shodk his head THOWJIIT NKOItO Weather Uiirt'iui Works With Other tho wood-pil, In neroin prcstrotlo w:d Icmnle mournfully. Federal Departments. Virv ftn tt 1IUSIIAND INDIAN' J VPjVn'PW fmtTi m t remedy, ai thousands have testified. "I've got the ague," he explained. Tho Weather Bureau of the United my hand is sounstTtidy that I FOR KIDNiEY,L,VEHAND States Department of Agriculture Mrs. Irenj Peters, of Washington, ts STOMACH TROUDL.E operates with other Federal depart- -' couldn't hit moro'n one stick in Id tBnlrlni. finmtlmnnt of lior nifirrl.ltTA the best ratdJeir.c rsvr--r soli ....... .... .... i.l,.. -i. u In many ways, thus avoiding' en." . .......o wiiu x..u. over a druRgU's counter. I "All right!" exclaimed tho duplication of activity in different a negro. Mrs. Peters says that sho Its Marine" Division, for j tress of tho house, "then shako those know Piters for flvo years but way example, collects reports from ships ashes for me." Wayside Talcs, led to believe ho was of Indian at sea and prepares charts of the t until ho was indicted by a grand weather in various waters for the . AVAlrOMAXS XEVEIl IX Jury under tho law forbidding tho IMtlSOX, SAYS PREACH Kit marriage of a negro with a white use of pilots; these charts aro printed, together with other Information woman. Chicago, Nov. 25. Not a solitary of value to ship captains, by tho Hy- fisherman or nature drographlc Office of the Navy Dj- lover is ever found behind prison partment. Its aerological investigations sup-- , bars, FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Ohio County Dissolved in voter for douche tier' So declared tho Rev. Pnston ply information of a practical na-- l pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam. ture to Artillery, aviation, and other Bradley, pastor of the People's matiort, recommended 'by Lydia L. concerned with conditions' pit, at a recent meeting of the Izaak rinimam jvjed. to. lor ten yrarx. A healing womlrr for noml catarrh, cntcuiT In tho UDPer air. In studies of wind Walton Club. ore throat and tore eye Economical. "Bad men have no lore, for the, 1Jects flrst Mondny m March, May velocities the Weather Bureau works H cltnafdiaujr rfeannna it waaikxltl pv.f. ho said. "They can't and Ju,y. thlrd Monday m September Sai3U Fr. 50c. .11 er m.TM by I cooperatively with the Bureau of V". iwrnw tflmmmptBrtiyiMW, Standards, which has several wind stand to bo alono with themselves. nnd fonrth Monday In November: tunnels for this purpose.. Recently Statistics show that not one of the ndRC QCOrc0 S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. arrangements have been made where- - major criminals of today liked to Comth. Attorney Glover H. Cary, by the Weather Bureau will send a fish, loved a dog or smoked a pipe." Calhoun, representative to Air' Service stations Clerk Frank Black. B. H. Ellis. of the. War Department to deliver SIIKKI' CAN MVK 280 Master Commissioner JlL DAY'S ON RICHLY PEARS xrnstco Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. lectures on meterological subjects.! ; mSi Tho first of.these lectures were given COUNTY COURT Johannesburg, S. A., Nov. 25. on November 15 and 16 at Langley Convenes first Monday 1st each Field. Ya., before a number of of- - Experiments on the government ag- taking a course of training at rlcultural farm at Grootfonteln prov- - month ficers Judge; R. R. Wedding. ed that a sheep can exist for 280 the tactical school. Count)' Att'y. Otto C. Martin. days solely on a diet of prickly pears Clerk Guy Ranncy. and, it a little lucerne plant is addSheriff G. 'A. Ralph; Deputies: ed, for 500 day 8 without a drop of FOR FLETCHER'S Mack Cook, Iris Render, George water. That beats tho camel. I P. Jones. , i TaVL Jailer Nat Hudson. 9300 ROLL IN CHIMNEY. A Safe Old Fashioned TREASURE HIDDEN IN BARN COURT QUARTERLY Remedy far Warni Workmen engaged at wrecking thi continSeven - chlmnev of an ol(i blacksmith Rhnn Convenes first Monday in each month. After a long search Marlon Newuous use ia too beit FKEY'S VERMIFUCE ton, Mount Vornon, 111., found hid- - at Hastlngs-on-HudsoCOURT FISCAL N. Y., found can offer you. den away in a stall in his barn a a of ?500 m paper money tuck. Keep a bottle alvraya on Convenes Tuesday after first containing $11,800 in ed away ,n tho openinB. At icast wooden box hand. It vill help keep tn January: first Tuesday In Mice had that is the story that got abroad. De-- i . n gold, sliver and currency. the little one healthy n n wo.i.n.,.. j and happy. gnawed into the box and torn tnat mackBmltn McClavo, judge presiding 30cbx4tletToutdnn(trt'sr genual ttore; or it your dtftler bills of large denomination eral owtur of tne shop was ,n the'lst 1)ls(r,ctj. P. McCoy, Hartfortl can ttupplyyou.enannnim most beyond redemption. The mon- habt ot ,jdlng moncy about Ule n fl H 30c in Himni and w.'lt I)s,r,ctw Ci Klh)ttf Center- xad you a bom. promptlr. oy had been left by Newton's father place( hera of tho jatter's estate laid, town. L a S. FRET. EiIiBwt. Mi. Who dld several months before. Linlm to tho mnner as did thn men ' o..i hi.i... r n ti n,nmnna 0 -fr u niigaa who succeeded McCIave as owners.. 4th District J. R. Murphy, Fords-Th- e mi'RISON ADDUCTOR OF GIRL contractor doing tho work In- vlllo. slsted that Nthe story of tho find was cth District Sam H. Holbrook, Hart- Hundreds of angry people cheered onIy a joJ.0.. and refused to nand ford. R. F. D. No. 4. WILL when Raymond Wilson, ver $500 ,0 any ono Mack Martin, Narrows, Cth District TAKE OUR was sentenced uy a siusKcegon, Alien., -R. F. D .No. 2. court to from 35 to 40 years In tho. J Walter Taylor, Bea7IIi District SIM.OOO IN ASH HEAP penltontlary for abducting ver Dam, R. F. D, No. 3. Rosalie Shanty, child swimming Partly buried in an ash heap near BOARD OE EDUCATION A Treatment and diving marvel. Th court ex- - his homo Jack Horner, SElaHKrAm Supcrjntvndeut Mrs. I. S. Mason (or YEAS pressed regret that there was no way ,ot Chicago found a Jar filled with Convenes First Monday in every to extend tho sentence beyond the "pretty papers." Ho carried tho LUNGS Ot l?gal maximum term of 40 years. papers home obtained a pair of month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C Secretary-TreasureCONSUMPTION r. Tho child was kidnapped by Wilson rcissors and proceeded to amuse hinv-so- lf land R. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, way home from Sunwhile on hor cutting out tho pictures. He R. F. D. No. 6. day school and was later found in a had beon at work an hour when his' A quick relief for that tired, tun dov.n (felloe wandering through father camo home. After a gasp or W. R. Carson, Vlco Chairman, Hart- - coughs, palm in cheit. night weat, hrmor pitiable condition rhagei, weak lungs or consumption. II It doc ford, R. F. D. No. 3. ' a wild forost. aat help you It cotla you uolhlog. two of surprise the older Horm:r f, Nat Llndley, Centertown. R. F.D. 1 snatched the scissors away. The"I Otis Stevens, Denver Dam. OHIO MEDICAL CO. IffiEt,?!? GETS MAXIMUM SENTENCE. pretty papers which tho child had Claud Renfrew, Dundee. found proved to bo Llborty bonds agExaminations. Mrs. Mabel Champion, who was gregating about $25,000 fn valuo. charged with killing Thomas O'Con- - About $5,000 worth had beon cut For Common School Diplomat nell, in a Cleveland rostaurant, was' p by tne 8cjssorB Tho bonds ap- - Fourth Friday and Saturday In Jan- found guilty of manslaughter by n parently had been hidden by a thief uary, and Second Friday and Satur- jury composed of seven women and who feared detection. day In MnT To ue held in Fords- . Imposed five men. Judgo Demon vlllo, Beaver Dam and Hartford. o Bill How did you distinguish tho I For Teachera' Certificates Third the maximum sentence of 20 yars in tho Ohio penitentiary. O'Connol children from their mothers at the Friday and Saturday In May, June Except notice is and September. was shot while in a fist fight with beach' last summer? to tho contrary tho latter ex- Phil I always said: "Hello, Mrs. Champion's husband. dles, enjoying yourselves?" and if aminntions will be held in Hartford o thoy resented It and there were any "Sir, I am entirely a OTHER OFFICERS men around, I Tnx Commissioner man!" magulloqueutly asserted tho husbandlsh-lookin- g R. F, Kcown, Feel.rtcht alt tho time. Don't lay eft beat it. Legion Weekly. Hon Boanerges Blawhaw. Fordsvllle. from work for days by taking calomel is very commendable in you to "It Surveyor C, S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo when pleasant Liu- - Vtr-La- x keeps yo SELLS HERSELF FOR HEALTH IleprvM'iilntlic own up to it," said old Gauntou Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilo relieving your trouble. Safer too, and easy to take. Don! Grimm, "Many a man would have Run. tako anything else. You can't afford Mrs. Schormerborn, of Des Moines, blamed it on his wife." Country HARTFORD it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syslowa.Wvortlsed In newspapers offer- Hco Judge J. D. Holbrook. Gentleman. tem and relieves constipation. A nating to "sell herself" to any man who Maior W. C. Blankonshlr. . ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure Bald tho friend to tho proud fath-- t would glvo her $5,000 to obtain incd- - council L. II. Bishop, Secy, in its effect and certain in results. It vrltl won't bo long beforo or of a college graduato who had leal treatment in an effort to recov-Ju- st ROCKPORT completely displaco calomel in ever been awarded an A. M. degree: er from paralyzed ncrvo centers re-home. Children can tako it freely bbI Robert h. Oreen, Judge. supposo Robert will bo looking celvod whou shot by her husband with perfect Bafoty. Every bottlo gums Leo W. Phorson, Marshall., anteeu. 60c and $1 in bottle& Koa Many replies wero j three y;ars ago. for a Ph.D next?" Edd Cooper, Chairman. Cenuino without tho likeness and sigoar, "No, ho will bo looking for a J ' received nnd Mrs. Schormorliorn nc-W. II. Blackburn. Clork. ture of L. K. Grksby. For sale bv cepted tho offer of a Chicago bank B." Christian-Evangelis- t. Stilll Macon, Treasurer, J. H. WILLIAMS, iiic-owv- ni 1. Ul. Firct Tramp (musing) Do you know,, pard, they ay dreams never come true? Second Tramp They do jsoms- times. When I was a kid I U9cd to dream of tho time I could wear long I pants. I wear thorn now all right, I and nobody ever woro them any long lir "Itet er. ' A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of U..fn $1.75 Wll-dlspos- ed ck ...... .....-,--- &jCTrie e. IMfers co-"n- sev-nun- mls-buroa- ti. nwi;riaMiniMivu nt Every Woman Wants ol DIRECTORY court Pul-Intere- fiL Mothers use Children Cry CASTO R A VerMrue Children For die teiti-mon- j ru i ng rnli,, er ' YOU. GERMINAL REMEDY Jtz?? 'X Uz&lmms ' FORGONE MONTH USE LI V-VER-- LAX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. kid-"giv- self-mad- ax "I i Hartford, Ky. ' J WW 4HW rr 'W " J W3K ' TEW inw"."wrpyw ''TWTVr VJLT"' iSKA 'urr iflj ' "yiTT - Wyt'f (V, mFF'vji -- (piFtr i ' w f Tffi Ww"t Hjl ""."" v ng vrinit -j x " ZX t&fi&&K x&WHCSPKf'i PRESIDENT HARDING'S TO a MESSAGE . CONGRESS (Continued from 2nd page ) B088l Bt "n I I have carl' day; nall Invito your attention t to conflno myself to j ANCIENT INDIAN WAS GREAT SMOKER Smithsonian th: specific problom of dealing with our merchant ninrlne becauso I have nuked you to nssomblo two weeks In m,vnnc f tho regularly appointed molls Is no now expenditure. It l""0 l0 """llto Ita comldcratlon hmi!d l" kept In mlud that tho loan fund to encourage building li not Tho oxcclll'vo branch of tho Governmeni Wol"(1 :eo1 lt80,r rcml8s t0 con" nw It la tho law already, enacted, .'toiunlatn our vnnrH inn anu nttnmi. th essentially unanimous voto of .,. . Ini? fniinpi, . 11 n fl.nn,nii.i, if i, .u.. " ( ngres. oniy included in tho ......r,.. ...i. it. flltloiM were not pressed for your de- ... , .... More I Vould fool mvsMf (. naotirA tho pxactlon of n minimum clslon. 'klng In concern for Amerlca'8 fur anterest ra.o by the Government, l 8tl Ifl" ,,!cl(0;l wb roas the existing law leaves tho "ro of building loans subject to ing opportunity to equip tno United Krant Status in nHMiinm n iinfiiim ninon ny whim of favoritism. ' ...i .-. i Bhnnlil ho Ktpi In lllinu, niSO, "1,ule tuminurcB is msuparnuio irom . It ..,..., iuriuui'9 to that lh..rn nr. misiirnil llmltntlnn ly' nU poop,cs n8plr' whim rlBnul f tho (lovernmcnt aid proposed. Tho direct aid, t, 1th ocean carrying mainARNOM). pr.tent participation, Institution FImN AJmtlanro of Proof In Ruins Of Mesa - 1 "' !,..,,,.., ",u of tho Warhlngton, Nov. 2G. Tho Smithsonian Institution hns tllscov- crert tliat nnclont Indians who ed hundrods of years ago In that West nart of w" now ca Colorado were Inveterate pipe smok- - CALL ON ITS are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, ,we " Y V nrehnf nlnirlrnl fluid wnrk. In Mm Mean Verdo National Park, with roports of a prehistoric ruin to which he has given tho name of "Plpo Shrine tained at onr IIouso," on account of tho largo numwill not reach twenty millions n year, Itev. M. G. Snell closed one of tho ber of tobacco pipes found. 41 ml the maximum direct aid, that we New Pueblos Found. groatest meetings last Saturday night of our deop seas comcarry one-ha- lt Congress passed a law several at Mount Liberty that we have had merce, will not cxcod thirty milreserving the Mesa Verde In our country for a long time. There ' years a lions annually. At the very maxi- unsa largo number of conversions Park from settlement because of the mum of outlay wo should be saving and a groat Spiritual awakening numerous cliff dwellings In its twenty millions of our present anyon- - s'ucc thnt t,m.e archaeologists tho christians. nual operating loss. If tho maxi Bro. Snell is a strong preacher and haVo discovered that there are as mum Is every reached, tho establish .', ilhM I,"u,8 ,any 'r,c"d8 In "'I" C01- - many pMfb,0 ,n tho opcn on top ot ineut of our l.,Ti"' n!tr who will alway hold him ln th. UM in the cliffs. In May of Lnvx. tmnn Inf the highest esteora for his great ser this yonr Dr. Fewkes undertook work (Jovernmcut-ownc- d fleet fortunately on a mound In the neighborhood ot vlco rondered us. liquidated, a reservoir called lluminu Lake. HODKIIT DUUDEN, Pastor. From this point 61 viow it is the "Tho results of his excavations simple Incontestable wisdom ot Do You Knjoy Your Menls? pore as instructive as tn y wore un dealing to save all that is it you do not enlov your meals ' expected," says mo smunsonian in- possible ot the annual loss and avoid lou'r digestion Is faulty. Eat mod- - stitutlon. "Out of this mound has tho millions buw to bo left to tho eratcly, especially of meats, masticate emerged a rectangular building Government's capital account in sac your food thoroughly. Let five "uuul nw " riflcing our fleet Hut there Is a big- rs olapfe between meals and story high, accurately oriented t to . t .... . ROr, uruaul'r, iiiuru iusiiiiiub iiui ip.mi. mo caruinai nomis, wun a circular i.w ., point, aye, a patriotic viewpoint. I nf' . ,, w towef formerly fifteen to twenty feet ... . filth lllro n nlinrnll profor to the. constructive nctlon 01 mlrlwnv "" ' win soon rind your meals to no a reai""" today which offers tho only dependa- - pleasure. m ot tho western wall. This tower Is hlo promise ot making our war-tim- e supposed to have been for observainheritance or Bbips tno loununiion ot IKTATi: U. AWKPTH tion, and as it is very Important for a great agency of commorco in peace nn agricultural people to determine PATTKHSOX WILL. and added guaranty of service whon th'. seasons of the year, It was probably by watching the sun as It rises it Is necessary to our national de Lexington, Ky Nov. 21. Tho fense. University In the cast or sets In the west that - Hoard of Trustees of tho Thus far I liavo bteii urging Gov- of Kentucky In special mooting to they determined the tlmo for plant- eminent afd to American shipping. (ay foma))y nrovaIon3,ing and other events. INCORPORATED liavlng In mind every Interest of our of "In the middle of this building will of tho lato Dr. Jamos K. the whether of Pnllorann nrnlloii nmorlllla nnrt fnr l producing population, luuuu i uicuiui mine factory or farm, becauso ox- - fmly ycarg I)rM,dent of th UnlversI .J twenty feet de:p and about tho jume mu li.tiuiiiiB ramiiitiu .. . lv nf Kpiitnrkv. illrirtlni thnt ,u.'in aiainotor, in wnicn were lounu ...... ..w . i) J tnnugnt ot every nation in mo worm lnrnn, nf his J tntn i.n to ere- - over a dozen clay tobacco pipes, nul0U!y- stono Knives, potury, laojs . i., ii frwmin.'"ierous lAndrew paUerson, Dr. Patterson's do- - cni' other objects. Itrllciix In Gurrnmcnt Aid 4 "Pipes ot this kind have never be I believe In Government aid bo- - M . on , tPnln mnn- - mpn fnr tomiuKly bestowed. Wo have aided dIpIoraaUc nnd C08Uiar service ot toro been fouad Iq tho Mesa Verde flocks wero called to show farmers y&jgarrm: nmu industry through our tariffs; we tfce Unte(, statoR alU, to provld, 8pc National Park, and as all the indica-hav- e BOMBS TO BE DOOM S5 how to distinguish between the good aided railway transportation inc,a, tnMnf. for those who may seek' tlons ',olnt to tUo bel,ef that aUcr BIBLE THOUGHTS OF SHIPS OF WAR and poor layers. A total of 1,468 smoking they were thrown , land grants and loans. Wo hare aid- exten4lns upon na. tho rite ot .FerThhWeek were handled, 521 of these beshrine tho ruins were cal ed birds ed the construction of market roadsUoDn, dnd scIentlflc ne8 tho com.j into tht Bibb Ttoozbts memerlMd, wDl prora i 1,pB oa"UK Gcneiul Mitchell Says Depth Missile ing rejected as calls. n tn,s accounl lno and the Improvement or minnu wat- caI reiatlons of America. drafts reaa. fkwhi Will Bo Death Knell Of ;rwajB. We have aided reclamation AddlUonaI provisions that Dr. Pat- "A few feet south ot the bu!ld'nS, Big Vessels. Scrub livestock 1? continuing to and irrigation and the development tmm,a h congi3tnR of sever- ldeo its place on Rockcastle county of wter power; wo have loaned for a, tnoU8and volume8 and wortn $i0i. which was not a habitation, tut spe- TILVNKSGIVING DAY, NOV. 30. eed groins In anticipation ot hnr-- , O00 bo lvofl t0 tho unlVerslty, pro- - cialized tor ceremonials, there is a Philadelphia, Nov. 25. The knell farms, County Agent R. F. Spence REMEMBER YOUR BLESSINGS: says. Four Duroc Jersey boars, six vestfl. Wo expend millions in Invea- - .. . If romnlna ,ntnp, ,n th hou8a square room or snrme aeucaieu 10 of the present-da- y battleship has Bless the Lord, O myysoul; and all to pro- - ,n whJch Vr Patterson livid and the mountain Hon, a stone image ot been sounded by tho airplane, but Hampshire rams and seven rpoators tlgatlon and cxperiratntatlon ,. P(.ntd. which was found surrounded by waterare the most recent additions to pure- that is within me, bless his holy . mote a" common benefit, though a ... , not by the dropping of bombs on' its ": -worn and other strangely form- decks, as popularly supposed, ac- bred stock already on the farms. name. limited tew are tho direct benetlcia-rleA- . Bless the Lord, 9 my soul, and forSystematic work is being done in the ed stones. We havo loaned hundreds ot STOMACH PUMP IS ITHE1) cording to Gen W.illlam A. Mitchell, get not all his benefits. pueblos ot county to get farmers to turn from "The cemeteries of tha millions to promote tho marketing of ON CHILD 2 YEAHS OLD chief of the Army Air Service, who Who forglveth all thine iniquities; tho Mesa Verde are situated near the stopped off here recently In his plane scrub and mongrel to purebred stock. American goqds. It has nil been who healcth all thy diseases. south east corner, and whllb tho bur- for a few minutes. and highly worth comtnnndablo Ashland, O., Nov. 25. When It Who redeemeth thy lit from da-the-have as a rule been Sersnty Henderson county farm while. was found that little Marian Dann- - ials In New developments in air bombs', moved by vandals, several Interments ers and their wives have enterod "ruction; who erownetn tnoe wua At tho present moment the Atuer- - u daughter ot Dr. O. It. proven that cemetery near the tlto general said, havo flocks in the winter egg laying loving kindness nnd tender mercies, lean farmer Is the chief sufferer Dannley and Mrs. Dannley, had were found In tho it Is practicable to sink battleships their Who satlsflcth thy mouth with project being conducted the cruel readjustments which swallowed a large pill containing a Plpo Shrine Hous&." from tho not by direct hits, but by hydrorstate by tho extension division of the Good things, so that thy youth to follow war's Inflations, and befitting Bma amount of nrBenlc a. atomach static pressure- created by the exPsalm College of Agriculture, They will renewed like the eagle's Government tild to our farmers lspurap wns UBed. The child swallow-lilghl- y plosion ot the bomb as a predeterfeed and take cars of their hens 103:1-- 5. essential to our national wel-- l . n fnllrteBn.,neh rubber tubo. the ! FOR FLETCHER'S mined depth beneath the water in according to recommended practices fare. No people may safely boast a size ot a lead pjncll, used In conthe neighborhood of tha ship being ;good fortune which the farmor does and keep daily records on tho num- nection with the tomach pump. attacked not share. they set In tmkv to GONE TWO pAYS; 'The modern dreadnought, bale to ber TANKAGE Already this Congress ind iho GOI.D NUGGET IN COAL ASHES HENS LAY 320 EGGS LEWS Rtaml nn for hnura ncatnst heavv BUU" uow Bou lccu uuu luo "i"'- For Infants AndfChlldrea ,ay mortf branch of tho Governgunfiro ahd protected with, hea'vyl kind ot care ho.,p hens given willing ear to the In Use For Over ment have When Harry Lyle, Danville, Va Lexington, Ky., Nov 27. Animal aloft, is vulnerable on Its uuarmored, Chba '" wl"lc'- relief, omptied a panful ot ashes from a Always bears arlcnlturnl p!n fdr poit-wt- tr pruiuiu, icu tu uctis uituci in Iht bottom. The open intakes of the; the and much has been done which has stovo ho saw tho Meant of yellow fom of tankag0( Bour 8klmmilk or condenting system which udmlt sea steail' hostess Is telng made In Signature of proven helpful. Admittedly It Is not metal. RaKing turougn. tno asnes.8om,oUd tubercu-provld- o buttermiik is a big item water to the engine room condensers th0 campaign to wipe out enough. he found what appoarod to bo a small ,n koeplng tho winter egg baskot an "Achlllce's heel" by which losIs in Lcwls county cattle herds- nnmnn limn inrnr -...i f Credit 8 stems Must Ho tJnmdenetl. Kui J . uBBi. BOOZK VOUND IN UREAI); ", 14- .- tM ucceidlng to results ,. obtained .l,v rnnn..t ,nHPhln mnv hn niitOu"l "H0, " "al BayH' Our credit systems, under Gnvern- - examined the find pronounocd It ty days wdrk In the campaign reDKALIMl PAYS DIG FIN3 nnat s t out of action. tlin vonr inent provision and control, must bo karat goldi No Ono knows whether, IIoward( n nendorson county Tho terrific forco exerted by dentil cently resulted in 237 farmers listnnd safely broadened to u had ueen a bit of refined Bold In- O., Akron, Nov. 25. Officer near Gorydon. Mr How charges is well known, tli general, lnS 1'209 cattle to bo testedor the Udertcntly thrown Into the stove-- or ard, along with 48 other farmers relluve our ngrlcultural distress. Howard Moody rolled hjs eyifl about said. During tho World War the, disease. To this problem and such others ,vas a natural nugget taken out of tho tho crowd at a market-hous- o Jam. scattered over tho state, has Just UiUiiai ui a unci ui. nuiiv iu . im- of pressing Importance as reason- West Virginia mine with the coal Whoezing In tho lungs indicates Ho saw two huge loaves of bread, finished tho records which ho hept ed In by hydrostatic pressure from a -ably "may bo deajt with Jit tho short phlegm Is obstructing tho air sticking over tho end ot Frank Carai,. on his farm flock for ono yoar in . .... . Kant This placo certainly turijs passages. Ballard's Horehound Sy- - cas' provision., basket. Tiny woro a with tho extension di- away m. w,..w.. i,mi, nf. th ...... ' rup ... -..v, n.tnn out fine mon. iiiusyufi inu jiiuuHin bu ihui ii uncovered, and Moody lifted ono out. to ' Tu..,tn U'hnn Hid villi, irnidti- - vision ot the College ot Agriculture my Air Sorvice, designed In l explode i nmi " nfiiifrlii-i-l " """ n ftm. l "" "'""''"" tut nmi ntnnf otl It was lici'vy, but tho other was -- ths value of recommended Unonlh IV. int.. n Kmril OAHBONE'S MEDITATIONS ate: they turned mo outr-Not- re,'0 ..v.....o '"" practices In feeding and carlug for eral MltchelI,wlU crueh In tho bot- Prlco 30c, COc and. 1.20 per bottle. heavier. Also, tho crust was brokDame Juggler. m en on the second, Moody thrust his nolng without tnnkago two tom of most modern ships of. war. A Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. j hens, HIT AIN' MAKE-N- O DIFFUSE fing.r thru tho fracture and felt bomb has also been develop(days last January caused his flock two-to- n MKS HAKIHNC VOTES. WI1A 'OMAN HOW MENNY somothlug strange In a loaf of bread. OLI) VAIN . of 167 wnite Licgnorns to lay 3su ed, whTch Is thirteen feet six Inches l'Ol'NIl r,j,i,v, BRINKS HER .OLE MAN ' IN RKSCUINO COW It was a pint of moonshine! 'in splto ot her illness Mrs. Hard- - eggs less tfmt month than they laid In length, cnpnblo, tho general Down-- - WHUT Caralea, affected great surprise, of lifting n drenduought bodily ing took a deop interost in tho polltl- - tho previous, month, according (to ' WEARY HER 15 DE ONEJ A cow belonging to C. T. Johnson, but ho paid a fine, anyway, when ho by mail ono of his reports. Ills flock was out of tho water by the fore? of Its o,i nn.,,nniLMi nmi in vntlnir appeared b.foro the pollco Judge. a Los Angelos capitalist, tell Into an VHUT HE TURUS UP.' J sh gained tho distinction ot buIngtho third highest producing ono out submarlno explosion. With such weapons as these and abandoned well at ohnnio, Ner. A Detp-seate- d tho first wife of an American presl- - or tno 47 tor tno yoar enuing ov. coushs that resist oreach ot his hens having laid an p.n officlent air forco at strategic derrick was riggod up and ropes wero dinary remedies require both exteriinnt to cast a ballot. Sho voted 1G4 eggs during tho 12 points, aoucral Mitchell claims no lowered and mado fast to tho cow. ticket which avorago of straight Republican nal and internal treatment. If you enomy tloot could safoly approach As tha animal was hoisted out her buy a along with tho president's "was for- - J months dollar bottle of Ballard's Horea--wlthlu two hundred miles ot tho hoof scraped tho side ot tho well, warded to Marlon, Ohio. hound Syrup you get thctwo remeShould Ho Quuntntinrd a vein of glittering -American coaBt. ! I dies you need for tho price of one. Many physicians holievo that anyquartz tho presenco ot which had There is a , "Does Col Ooro como of fighting Herrick's Itod Pepper Porone who has a. bad colcLshould bo FARM AXI) HOMH NKWH novjr beon suspected. On further ous Plaster for tho chest, stonk?" free with Wire1 completely Isolated lto nrevont oth- KIJXTUCKV Investigation a largo ledgo ot rich FROM OVKH "Yea: both of his parents each bottle. Sold by Ohio County St. er members of tho family and asso gold ore was found. choir." mombora of. a church " Drug Co, m Poultiy culling demonstrations elates from contracting tho disease, t. Louis as colds are about as catching, as hold this fall In McLean county by symptom ot Heartburn is n "Would you call Mrs. Cowltt a. Honry It was a cuse of love at moaslos. Ono thing sure tho sdon-flr- st County Agent R. II. Fold and tho Tako a doso ot Herblno In good conversationalist?" I ' er ono rids hlmsolt ot a cold the less extension division of the College of gucj, coso$. Tho pain disappears fight with mo. "Yes and no. Sbo makes you have helped scores. of,stnntlyt The bowels oporato sptedl-farme- think ot a lot of good things to say, Richard Then, why didn't you (ho danger and you will Jook a good iwjtllo before you find a bettsr medl- ot the Btato y and you (eoi fine, vlgoro'us and but sho talks so Incessantly In that section marry her? you I sw her again on sever- - cine than Chamberlain's Cough Hem-a- l get rid of the poor layers Jn their cheerful. Hour) Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio don't get chance to say them." ' m flocks. cdy to aid you in curlnc a cold. In on- - month a total of 37 rouvty D:ug Co occasions. in Boston Transcript. CW'gtil, 1 ty McCiurf lltpf finiiti.Ua. Su ..V"! "I " mi.ou ....uius Institution, has returned to Wnahlnplnn. nftnr nvnrnt mnnthq of "- """' -- ""l """ T' ,;:r For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. 2 t If vX- - can-amo- r:,J' lr. BL AITK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IBT STOCK. If You busl-nesb-ll- have something to SELL or any thing to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THEf i HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ,,,,. ... (ik.i..i.i. l ... , Mtrt-Tll- o ( Hartford Printing Company ..... '"' "" HARTFORD, KENTUCKY -- t.-- ,,i I ,nt "se. .. Children Ory CASTOR A - - es CASTOR (A 30 Yr 1 I " A jw;. ,,, ,. ln' ... tarm-Drompt- ly ,? i.i,i ,nthat 1 VJF& """" "., '"""' es turns 71I3 H0htP Mill (2Wf? a'l. ' gold-beur-I- Globp-Domocra- indl-gcstl- rs ?.. &Wf' Call the Corn 'J -- nifiTI I Thksgrang Mi .rAJ'W. 'HK' . -- Hymn For Summar's For baalth bloom , bnBi.t, For bonding :a. and Autumn's and blattad Lord of Cuij THB BLESSED Nancy Byrd Turner Vrhaat mala, .... ' AfifJ and alcknati, n And Lord of darltneis, llsht, praitol hear our and be-sto- November darkens to lu close, They kneal beside their flickering Without, one little wistful rose la drooping toward the barren earth. A frost had bitten the April fruit, A blight had scared the summer corn. Sharp hall had smitten to the root The golden barley, overborne. "But oh," he cries. "I love you, sweet! What shall we reck of wind or weathei Bo long as we can surely meet The sunshine and the storm together?" jr&TP? 1 hearth; Wa trace to Thoa our Joys woos Oh, the farm was bright. Thanksgiving morn. Willi lis stacks of hay nnd shocks of corn. Its pumpkin htvrps In the rambling shed. And Us apples brown and green and red, And In tho cellar, the winter store, la bins tbnt were filled nnd running o'er With All the things that a farm could In barrel and bin nnd goodly heap,. Hung to the rafters nnd hid mv.iy Oh, the farm was a .pleasant place to To Thee, of causes still the cause Wa thank Thsa that Thy band Wo bless Thee vi yW If draws. that Thy lovo with- 31ot. O Horn of Plenty. Mow'rows CaU tho corn from rrlli and Call tht corn and bid It bs Sanlshcr of miseryl 111 tht corn to Journey far, Tliul where liunery children' ars; Tlnd where eyes of sorrow ktara InVw larders cold and baro. Blow, p Horn of Plenty, blow! Make our thankful heart to know Jnst how sweet It Is to dwell Ja this Ijind of Xjnni where. If one field deiilux, "V7 need only turn our eyes 7e another, there to find Cod has been Just doubly kind. 31nw, O Horn of Plenty, Wnwl soon mint know Tkose TBat, though they linvo been (knits'. We will seen them Trcm a thousmid fertile fnrmH, Rome by aturdy yeoman nrnn, "MTTT po gifts In such great nhara Hangar cannot linger there. Blow, f Horn of Plenty, blow! Can the corn from crib and row; CtiiT the corn and bid It bo Bnnlsher of misery! Then n stricken land will bless American unsclflshnes; 7hen n still, small voice will nay: Truly, 'tis ThanksRlvlnB day1" "William" Herschel, In the Indianapolis Xews. I keen We bring no sorrows to Thy thronei Wa come to Thoa with no complaints . In Providence Thy will is done, And that is sacred to the saint. Here, on this blest ThankiglrlnB Night, Wa raise to Thee our grateful voices stay! Iter meager little garden prayed AH long July for quenching rain; d The cattle left the shade To seek their cooling creek In vain: The flowers that her hands had cherished. . That made the borders beauty-brigh- t. They bowed their lovely heads and persad-eye- Her tears had fallen at the sight. "Dut ished; r i For what Thou doest, Lord, is rights And, thus believing, we rejoice. by J. C. From "Bitter-Sweet,- " Holland. And here and there was the Jersey Block, The sheep and horses Old Prlnco and Jock The turkeys nnd geese and awkward calf, And the goat that made the children laugh, A of mules that a friend bad sent Out to the rami for experiment, I'igcona and fowls nnd a guinea pig. Dogs that were small and dogs that were big, Chlckeni that wero white and black and gray Oh, the farm was a Jolly sight that day! r ah." she breathes, "I love you. dearl It cannot truly matter whether Ve sain the year or lose the year, Just so we live the year together." - "i . i TTje iSpifit of Then on the hearth a fagot firlls And breaks to sudden leaping lights a corner calls; Slow silence' deepens down the night. The circle of his young arm makes A shelter where the dark had been; The old clock on the mantel wakes And cries Thanksgiving In. Youth's Companion. A cricket In The Best Opportunity To Buy An Overcoat You Ever Had! Now is the time to buy, while you have a wide range to select from. There's everything you need fn these coats style, fine fabrics, perfect tailoring. We believe in close selling that's another reason the values are so big. H As we read of old time Tlinnksglv-In- g customs, we realize that tho world has been traveling fast since then nwuy from the simple and the Out back of the house the orchard stood. Then came the brook and the chestnut The old Bawinlll where the children play. The fodder barn with Its plls of hay. The walnut grove and tho cranberry bojr. The wnodi'huck hole and the barking dog. The wlntergrecn and the robbr' cave Wherein who entered was cdnntcd brave The skating pond with Us fringe of bay Oh, tho farm was a right good place to slay! wood. lAwful Sffig; Quaint Song of Thanks gg. ir Thrnngh the hard days of the World) while the men were lighting, the women of America were working, 7 a 1 r I n g, ever c n u r a g eo usly. Now that those days are over and the dllllcult after-nint- h The big home barn wit's a place of Joy needs enre-'-f Tor the romping girl nnd tho climbing boy. U 11 n g, u1 With beams and mows and Lrddera to "Jroniun Is still striving to add her serv-Ir- e mount, wherever there Is need of hravo Horpes and oxen and sheep to count. Hunting of nesta of sly old hens. jad iratfent endeavor. , Tunneling hay and fnihlonlng dens. Pott-wu- r times are always trying Helping the men to do up the'ehores. ones. Hence It Is with u little moro Shutting windows and locking doors. Letting some work come In with the ijrirtpathcttc understanding than usual play-O- n, tttfit we read the lines of a quaint old' the farm was a Jolly place to stay) hymn, hearing the date f 1783. Its author Is unknown, hut its sentiment holils true today, though wo rca? wish to change the name of our .Strut President to that of some later ajkfLaiLf .'euder. ' Ti Through Washington the thine Is donas Ths war la at a close. .America has won the day Through Washington, our chief; iCtxna. let us rejoice with heart and vole MxA bid good-bto grief. y Jtath saved ua from our foes. Lrd above. In tender love, Lit ua agree, since we are free. All needless things to shun; And lay aside all pomp and pride, Uttta- and bronn. With apple pie and p'lmpkln nnd mince. And Jellies and Jim and presorvod quince. Cranberry sauce and puddings and rice, The dessert dishes that look so nice. Vegetables, breads, and bonbons sweet, A great brown turkey nnd plates of meat. Sauces fixed In the daintiest way Oh, 'twas a glorious sight that dayl pantry shelves were loaded down With cakes that wero plump and rich Oh, the our great Washington. Though we do not proclaim this "Xaonyiuqus writer asf a, fecond Shak,-- , apenre, ret us follow his counsel bjr bidding farewell to grief, by laying iride pride and pomp, and turning aids Thanksgiving season Into one In owblc wj remember only our mercies "ono! blessings, which are many. "Come, Ietr its rejoice with heart nnd voice," Jor wfiat we have. If It be but little, helping tile less fortunate, It It be an afcnndanco. n&ty&gjg&S ' the farm was bright Thanksgiving morn. The sun shone clear on tho hay and corn. The guests camo early with laugh and shout. And the boys and 'girls scattered nbout, Seeking the pets they had known before. Climbing through window Instead of door, Itaclng from barn to corncrib or mill, Shouting and laughing with glee, until sounded. Oh, I say The dinner-hor- n Twas pleasant upon the farm that day! Oh, i ?:Day of Joys I! I r,A..a.: fJWVrafl IOTVT.' tSsSarestA.t M nra-iD. v. i S" ' last. Wtstern Newspaper Union.) In Holy Writ. Pdess tho Lord, O my spul; nnd all that Is within me, bless Ills holy name. Hless the Lord, O my soul, and forget lint ull Ills benefits: Enter Into His gates with thaults-g'vlnand Into Ills courts wltli praise: he thankful unto Jllm, and Uless Ills name. For the Lord Is good; Ills mercy Is to till generations. 100 N.fj. everlasting; nnd Ills trutl I'salm ndureth '1 11X5:1, t - Eagle's Day OllM Thanksgiving day! Thanksgiving dayl The jrtunjes of celery nro gay. Cranberry sauce la plowing red, Tho sun shines blcbslng ' o"'" head, Aiid from the oven roinen a whiff Ttiut makes iuiIi Utile Ukcr itnltf Qlv mo some whlto inout. If jou please jta ousUr than honey bees! ThankFgivIng day! ThankHgtvIng day' 't's fulrtr than (he buds o' May. Stewed onions, sweet potntotH plump. V turkey peiclied on every mump. When folks, on fauns decide to eut, Believe me. It's a merry treat' too, trifo me a And ma. 1 drink the health o' you' Y'MWk. spiritual. One of the customs, particularly, was quaint. After the Thankoglvlng dinner, while thu family was still seated around the table, each member was asked to tell for whnt, In the past year, he was particularly thankful. These recitals were always revelations of character. The small children of the family mentioned some mnteiial thing, a sled or a doll, for which they were grateful. The older children, those lu their .. teens, were more abstract. They were i thankful for the 'advantages otf educaIf ThanksQlvIng Dinner Was Retion, of family prestige, or their social versed, How Would You Like It? position a hit perhaps, us Is wont with youth In Its teens. REASONS FOR GIVING THANKS IJut njother and father, la their years, knew that thu greatest blcshhigs of life were health nnd As a Nation, the American People Has and their recitals of thankfulAmple" Cause for Rejoicing at ness always Included a uiird of thnnks-glvln- g This Period. that the family had been spared Illness and poverty. No thought for It ' Is three 'hundred yours since themselves, but thankful of boil's suc- Thanksgiving day was tlrst celebrated cess In bchool, and daughter's Improve- on the American continent. The Pilment In controlling her temper. grim hand, though they had lost half The spirit of the day calls for Just their numbers during the tlrst winter such a touch of spiritual Introspection. at Plymouth, and1 though they were It keeps alive that family spirit, the beset by hardships nnd by the fear of Mrt.. ..' .in unciiiiiiru lulling, UIU ....- -l lic- ji'jr mi n.. ......I.ln.1 r.....ll.. !.,. Jilll their savage neighbors, found In the ular source of Thanksgiving to each sunivnl of the little colony and lu member, along with the Joy of the the hope of a. gradually ameliorating dinner, lot Just cause for thanksgiving to God. e Thanksgiving. Hnve we, who hove Inherited the InA quaint account of a Thnnksglvlng stitutions and the spiritual Ideals that dinner buck lu 1770, Is felveu In a let- they Inborvd to establish, less reason ter of one Jullnnim Smith, written to than they to be thankful? her dear "Dear Cousin Hetsey," found I. Ike tho other nations of the world In an old diary: the United- States hits reached a great "This jear It wus Uncle Simeon's social and polltlcul crisis. AVe have turn to luive the dinner at his house, passed through n great war. and we but of course we all helped them as begin to feel the burden of debt and they help us when It Is our turn, and disaster tbnt the war laid upon man there Is always enough for us all to do. kind. Our trudc Is disarranged; All the linking of plea and cakes ftis neither financially nor economically are done at our house, nnd wo had the big wo so prosperous as we are wont to ncn heated and tilled twite euch day 'he. We are n little afraid of the fufor three days before It was nil done, ture, foV we have been shaken out of and everything was good, though we the easy and comfortable confidence did have to do without some things In our own elllclency In which we have that ought to be need. Neither Love been used to live. nor Money could h.iy ItaWn, hut our Hut grent material prosperity Is not good red cherries dried without the pttse, did almost as well, nnd happily always it matter for thanksgiving. It softens and dissipates the Uncle Simeon fctlll had some !plces In sometimes Per-huThe tables were set In the Din- strength and virtue of n nation. store. nations like men should echo' the ing Hall, and even that big room had prayer of Agur: "Give- me neither no space to spore when we were all seated. The Servant had nough ndo poverty nor riches." We liuvo (uougb nnd, like the Pilgrims, we can reasoiir to get around the Tables nnd serve us nhly hope for an Increasing store of all without oversetting things. There In the coming years. Is therV wer our two Ornndmothers, side by comforts not ample cause for thuuksgl.lug 'u side. They are always handsome old tho fact that, although the atlou has ladles, hut no.v, many thought, they been tried by udver.slty nnd loss and! wero hnudhomer than ever, nnd happy n by doubt nnd misgivings, 1. they were to look upon so many of smi lied sign of Inking Its heart or Its shows no their descendants. houil? The gospel of hard work and The Crown of the Feast. cheerful courage still counts most "Ther wus'nu I'lum Pudding, but a Americans ns Its adherents. We l'uddlng, stirred thick with boiled Suet our way out of tho depression .dried l'lums nnd Cherries, wn culled tbnt the war caused. by the old Name and answered tho purWo do not thnnlc God because- our pose. All tho other spice had been way Is the way of fatness nnd of peace, In the Mlnco I'le, so for this Pudused In the time of testing and ding we used a Jnr of West India pre- but because, s trlii), our people arc nhlo to n.ult served dinger, which 'chanced to bo Uko men. Youth's Companion. left of tho last shipment which Undo. Simeon hud from there. We chopped That Settles It the dinger small nnd stirred It through with the Plums and Cherries. It wns r extraordinary good. The day was cold nnd when we got homo from Meeting, which father did not keep over long by renson of tho cold, wo PRESetvTsl', were glad of the lire In Uncle's Pining by thu time tho dlnuor was Hall, hut over, thoso of us who wero on f Thanks the lire side of one table was forced to get up mid carry our plates around to tho far side of tho other table, while those who had sat there wero glad to hrliii: their nlates around to the fire cldu to get wuriu. All but the Old i.iidies. who nau n screen piu zeninu their chairs."' v ...VA". .&W,!ffifl $10 - $15 - $20 SSftlU 'sSC.r $25 $30 -- f hnp-plnes- s, Carson TOHACCO (Si Co. Hartford, Kentucky. SALES Old-Tlm- - - - them-selve- tho passenger. "Dut suppose something hnppens and we begin to fall?" "Oh, in that caso," thu aviator reA Howling Green, Ky.. Nov. 2S.pounds ot leaf assured him, you are to grasp tho Kitty-eigthousand wero sold by the Tobacco Hoard of first solid thing wo pass and hold Trade here Monday. Leaf sold fori tight." Legion Weekly. $12 to $23; lit3 $G to $14 aud trash 3 $3 to $7. The next snle will bo held Wednesday. Henderson. Ky.. Nov. 2S. Tobac i co prices on lbosc leaf floors took a( d elded advance Monday when 107.- 270 pounds were sold. Bright, leaf snhL up to 47 cents a. pound Lb equaling tho highest price ot the season. Tha Soapcr House sold 91,- S45 pounds, at $17.42 av.rago. Tho sold House 15.425' S Trash pounds at $I8.4G average. is selling nt bettor prices than lasti -year, ranging from 2 cents to 201 cents a pound; Lexington, Ky-.-, Nov. 28 Average bettfr than 2J1 cents a pound, or $29.08 a hundred, tho best tobacco sold on tho independent floors ot tho Lexington tobacco warehouses Monday morning at tho optntng sales season. A total or of the 1022-2- 3 39,495 pounds, nutting $11,481.17 Tho was sold at one warehouse. highest basket sold belonged to M. J. Stevens, Franklin County farmer, It contained 350 pounds, bringing 51 ceutsi Owcnshoro, Ky., Nov. 28. Tho JssssssssMsBsssssssPPk best prices that have prevailed on tho Owensboro loose leaf floors in recent ytnrs wero paid for Pryor tobacco Monday. Thure was a salo of 294.280 pounds ot tho dark weed at fBsHBmJKiSb)3 a hundred an averaga of $17.9G pounds. This Is a jump of nearly i $3 n hundred pounds over tho prices) ht un-fir- ed Knifed lljMrfferjfl' sl?JJiU WSZr-Y- viU if r e)Wm WzS. i KII19. HlBiHH ssssTTSiT pa'ld last week.. PIWJKS 100.02' I I hit-te- TUKSDAY'S HOXI) E")en Steady Heat Always Under Perfect Control Liberty 3V& ! " one-hal- Liberty 1st 4s Ltborty 2d 4s Liberty 1st 4Vs . 'JS-2- fOLE'C O Vw4 HOTDLAST Liberty 2d Liberty 3d Liberty 4th Victory Uncalled Called 4 4 4 SSkrSaBssaaaBaa? "Thanksglyma Day." n good day to have In our cul i None of us would seo It endar. rfrinmod. whether there Is much oi That is when this pinch hitter gets little to be grateful for, At loast wto the camo as tho natonal bird. thero Is always tho day to bo glad of j I'tiunUaslvlw; day. 'it i? 3s s 4s Now U. S. Us 4 Us Us 4 Us '... '. ... 98.70 ( 98.34, 98.02 100.2G Fuel Saving System of combustion (sec cut) is a patented feature of Cole's Original Hot Blast Heaters. Prevents tho aste of combustible gdscs., Stnrt a fuel savings bankaccount with Colo's Hot Blast; it mokes your coal pilo last. See us for ihe original, guaranteed Cole's Hot BlaU. , . . . m. 100.00 99.42 nnd. ho, tha,t lives upon hopo will die fasting. Franklin. Industry neod not with; " gok Tls SJfiBJWBWHK r ,Mr. Turk ths admlnstratlon. noW 4i "Don't bo afrnld." said an a viator, to n timid passenger. "All you have . on I'm ag'ln to do is U sljvuulet." "I know all about that," retorted J. F. 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