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NUMBER 24 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1922. Leland Griffith; It. P. Coloman; Wnl- - riplMCTrn!UPnpnQ all things necessary to constitute a WATTS AGAIN SUED MRS. CLARA PHILLIPS 'good meal for such an occasion. den Oalzo; S. S, King. 2 cases; Way-- , ullJlllL I uUllJlUCili) I lnnd Urnoklns, 2 cascs'nnd Deo KIder. Covers wcto laid for Mr. and Mrs.' FIV DUni IMP nnnv IMMIGRATION PHASES ADJOURN TOMORROW Cora'th. vs. It. P. Coloman, verdict Ul lUULIftll IJUlJI w- - L- - Wlllt0 and 80. Halllo, Mrs. S.I ESCAPES FROM JAIL for dofendant; Cofn'th. vs. W. E. F. Ezelle, nil or Olnton, Ky., Mr. and) Banuon, 1 case, Judgment nnd fine. Mrs. Mprvll Day Wlii'to and Miss Z1I- -, anil Harding To of $26; Harbin Austin - Association Asks $7,500.00 Include SubQuite a Lot Of Business For Murder, Wo- ....... i . wwm n.. """ "I ject In Message To Damages From FayDuring Transacted Shields, nnd Oscar Shields and Jim man Saws Way To A good string band furnished Torronce, each tlued $25; Com'th. Congress. music for tho occasion. Two Weeks. ette Grower. Freedom. I vs. John Drowning, fined $50; Cllf-- i o dayt ton Duvall, fine of $100 nnd one KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS In jail; Dev McConncll, fine of $30; HOLD ANNUAL ELECTION Washington, Dec G. The whole Los Angeles, Dec. 5. Armour r,. The Ohio Circuit Court closed yes-- J Lowls Bozarth, 2 cases, fin? of $30 Lexington, Ky., Dec. 5. Garrett ... . .. terday evening winding out near two In each; Cnecic roters, uerauit jueig- - TirnMnnf. nf tm vulcrrntlnti itna .Hon,..,..- iv- ; Rough River Lodge, No. 110 ,phlI""s' whojo wife, Clara Phillips, y t t t . "-""" iiTifiunirTiirrifinviiiri'waairinnriJnaari. acco grower, for" the second time Knlehts nf. Pvthtns. linl.l nn Inforpat - tuuvivieu muraress. escanerf from v.eks of ii rather busy sssslon. "J. ...ui..,i...,u- ment nnd fine of $150 and 30 days .I. Jury adjourned Mon- - i i,ii. i.oll smith chareed with ,nB nml m ca,,mel an" u was ln' Wae made dftonrlint today In a suit Ing session Tuesday wauHUHkwawwvr u The Oraml nlsht of this i night, os AnBeics county, jail last. day of the prcaint week, returning L er; plca 0, gullty nnd sen.tenc- - dlcaled afterward that this would be filed by the Durley Tobacco Growers', weok at which a considerable amount' appealed at the office of her onc of ,no ulJectB with the following Indictments: Frankly t0 2 yea Association for dam - o buslnes3 was transacted in addi- - attorney late today and sent word, to penjtoatIary; nrnxiMvA wnntrl Ttn1 In lit which tho n tho . .. . -- V. i f fnvtknntti. i. o .........- RobertH, deserting' lnf;lnt; James Com'th. vs. Cecil Daniel, dismissed,; " P5e3jIor ureacn u contract lor sen- - tIon to the annual election of offl- - vuu B"""s "'co no was ready to U m"SaBe l cn8re8S- 'Carpenter, furnishing liquor; Hoy for lack of jurisdiction. jjng on loose leaf warehouse floors cer8( ri8ulthiE as follows: W. P.'be '"viewed about the escape, lille It was stated at the White, tobacco nl?dred for delivery to the.Thn, B'ankcnshlp, operating automobile v n . t Phillips later made a statement niiio nr .,Mminn. nn,t si.iiomont r . v. a while intoxicated; Sarah Jano Stow- - of xvldenco have been filed In tho "0U,B that thoro ,,ad ,)eon no de" association In a contract slgnad by w j, nea"n Preiate; jBhn B. Will ,n wh,ch ho sa,d ho know nothlnc art and Pearl Long, maintaining a foow,nB actlons tor the purpose of c,8lou as to pollc-- v at tho cablnot him last fall when tho Durley co- or wlMe his wlo , K. of R. & S.; A. I. Nail. M. of about the cscaP mooting, some auministrat.on otneers operative was organized. Render, common nulsanco; EUJaJi The sum w.; Dr. J. R. Plrtle, M. of P.- - W S had Bone- - He Save a detailed ac-- Jr takInB nppeais: Urenard Mrg. Co. vs. were undor tho Impression that Mr. ot S7(3oo damages Is asked In the Tinaley, M operating automoblo while of E.; J. P. Casebler.'M! C0UDt ot. h,s movmnji'tB for the past Counly Drug Co.; Green River muuuuu- - ?ocond suit, with ?l, 000 ror expenses of A.; P. T,Belcher, I. G.; piuiiuse " iinving u- - Coal Mnng Co vs ohjo County ""iu,ub toxicaieu; Jiex AroucKic, hours J. P. Gil- - twenty-rou- r ' .. i snlnir htm ,uor for sale: Henry Rcnfrow and i n n uiiu n 'nXi' .- - A,... - I Airs. Clara Phillips was under ton.- A ton of the present restriction law inoiimxt In G. " f SuDervlsors: " j vj, xipuwr xrus' icajiiu, j u. tenco to serve from teu years io life LtfIIo Smith, taking nnd operating nmnh vs. Ames Body Corporation: W,WI CBria"1 " i'Uf-- , The petition filed In the Fayette tee. . Secretary Davis and designed to circuit Coifrt today carries the names an automobile without owner's con- The officers elect win hn fnatniiP,i in the stato Deniicntiaiir for tho Pn VR onholln. Harris. r sent; uesno &mun. lorBury, nwo j Qucnther Hardware Co. vs. J. M. ru,a,: w, Be"B,B' c"" of Franklin, Talbott & unapman, oi at the meeting January 2nd), at which murder of Mrs. Alburt Meidnws. Browning tmo tho Lodge plans cases); Johny Phelps, false swear- - noover agreCd Judgment for $250; srants embarking for the United Lexington; Worthlngton. to have a"or escape was so well planned and ' & "ego. r iviaysviiie; u. Jiaiimeyer, luncheon for the mombers. mg; Jim nnrvc iiuimiiuu, uuwiuii.b Saic WatS0Ui vs, j0i,n Watson, '""D- executed that it remained unknown. money under false pretenses; Ell- - ludKmcnt tor divorce' Martin, vs.' The ,abor sec"otarr. It was said 0f Leklngton, and Aaron Saplro, of for moro than six hours, f jah RendorJr., detaining a woman; Urown judgment and order of sale; authoritatively, is opposed to any in- - San Franclsco, as counsel, and nl- - LOCAL QUINTETTE Bars Sawed Out. Arch. Johnson', false Bwcariug; Frank .,..' Baiey Judgnunt . for dl- - crease of thc ex,stlnB 3 Vcr ccnt 1Im - leges lthat Mr. Watts has sold over. WINS FIRST GAME Three stcel'bars guarding tho win- .... ... ,..-itntion. nt'lcast until tito tiuo or nn- tua inio i0r nnnra ir.n . nnn nmindai Kntiinm aniiitir whlskv! Elzi Mur- -' vorco; .. . i.u ..wv.w .. ripi:nrniicK. vs. .uci,uriiui;nj migration from Northern and West- - of tob'acco rnlsed 0 uia property and lihyv deserting Infant; Henry Hlnton.1, The Hartford and Fordnv,!lle High dow '" lur cel1 were sawed tnroaeh atk vs . CIarkt judgmcnt nnd -- a.""PQ reacaes me uuuia provisions of the Schooi Baskcteera staged the first "um luu ,ua,av' Xllca a Blaro UI rape; Raymond PDIlllps. cutting ana orUer f(jr dIvorce. Tichenor vs. Tlch- - cr whIch( under tho marketing act, contest engaBed ln by the local team hcavy mesh nettlng was cut out and bounding with intent to kill; Antho- - mQT ,udgmpnt .Bnd order 0f sale; ,owcd b' Jaw- - Th,,s Iar the nunlber Bingham battery; An- - TolM8 vs Tomeg na,ph vs. na,n( of Immigrants coming from those h0 Jg '.conclusively presumed" t be thls seasoni on the latter.s courti thru tho opening thus formed tho ny Walker, assault nnd thony Walker. Assault with deadly flnd Lo 'Xa Leo,'each of tho three Sections have or,ualed only about 50 ab,fl to control. ,M, week Hartford camfJ out on woman made her way out and over adjacent roofs of other parts or tho weapon; S. S. King, illegal manufac- - case3 lIlBmlMed without prejudice; ' Pcr csnt Pr the a"thorlzed Tho history of the organization of the i011g lld of a 3ft to 17 scoro. - iMt down thru a trap door and out turo of liquor;" S. S. King, having II- - mrkucaa Vs Richardson, dismissed, iums- 0n the ot,,er hand' 0fflclal8 the association Is gone, into fully in xiriix Crowe. Earl Bartle'.t. Arlicit still In possession; Wayland gettlod. Harrel vs. Landrum. judg-- ! Plnted' out- - tUc ,n,,ow from South" tho. petition, which shows that the nold LikenS( Charles Ellis and Jun- - t0 whoro 1,berty and an automobllo " EurPe has eaclied tho Por' contract signed by Watts Is one of ,or shult3 composed the teatu in ac- - awa,ted her' to mont ad, 0rder ot sale. Mot0n to Brooklns. shooting with lntnt The sheriff dispatched deputies to mlttcd maximum each year, with many thoUsands 0f such contracts tlon last week carrying set jdgnullt aside pending. kill; Wayland Bropklns, all porta "along tho western portion i concealed deadly weapon; Deo El-- r ln tho case ot the Com'th. vs. n,any thousands of oth.rs In hnt m& ,n whlcn lt ls provIded that If r, ,u6 er, malicious snooting; t: ti. .ilia- - wll.. ui mo uurtuotu uouuuury oi aiexi tho contract ne vioiaieu me sum ui miss ruin nn,i Murnhv convicted and HUtl,uu collected 5 conts a pound can be ADDITIONAli HONORS co. He also had all depots and tho Mff, having Illicit still In possession. 8Cntenced t0 one year In prison, the tr' main roads out of Southern Call for Following Is a list of the cases of Court overruled motions for new from the violator as liquidated dam- Problem Is PerplcxlBfr. Miss Martha Carolyn Pate, daugh- - nla guarded, telegraphed descrip- hlef interest acted upon by tne trla, 4 ....n1..i..4 m il.n n.annnt lJ s Carson, adm'r. of L. D. law . ages. illMl'llUJlinuiB IV no imwvh. JriNovember judgment was given ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Pate, of tions of the woman and her husband fTourt up to press hour yesterday: G d. vg nroadway Coal Co., dis which Mr. Davis is' having preparcu ' .. ....'..,... . Commonwealth vs. CIctus Kesslngor, .JaeaimJl Watts by Judge J. C. Ded- - Hartford, a Junior In the Unlyers'.ty to nearby peace officers and nerVon- f ,ioonrtnnf .i,,,,,-,- . Bourbon Circuit Court, 0f Kentucky, College of Agriculture, ally led a search ot those places to .dismissed; Cora'th. vs. M. B. Faught Corfman V8. Coffman. Judgment and debarkaton poits ot all emigrant man, in the 325 damages and costs in the was further honored" recently by. her which It was believed tho woman &c, as to Ida Bolle Faught. plea of ordor of gale; Duvnu Vs. Duvall, nliens wUh particular reference to 'or caso flled aBaIn9t h,m bJ" the election as class secretary. guilty and fined $5.00; Com'th. vs. judgmpnt and onier of salq; Jack- - character and to physical and mon-'flr- st llss might have fled. The su,t aSnst hlrn'pate Is sponsor to the University' Investigation at the j?il indicated Kitchens, submitted on for- - flon vs Jackson judgment and or- Evcrcttt conditions. There also would be"88800131'0"' tal today fs tho first of probably half a Band and recently accompanied the that at least three persons had ald- feiture of ball bond and Judgment( dcr of ale Brandon vs Kcown, The examinations, Oiood tC3t. woman. agalnst A. L. Kitchens In the sum of jdgment and order of sale; Gabbsrt wouid bo conducted by public health dozen now being prepared or ready band and football team to Knoxvllle, ed the Her quarters' Ale against contract breakers who Tenn she wa8 Bignany honored in were on the third floor of the old $100; Com'th. vs. Tom Culberson,' g Hoover dismissed without prc-Jasta-'t- o immigration bureau officers tobacco In thenames ner sophomore year, mention plea In abatement; jU(iC0; Calvin T. Wardin, an aged of Jail building and she occupied a dismissed on tloned' abroad, and would entail some' have delivered vs. uecKiiam anieius, ei ai., cUizcn of. Centertown was adjudged oniarRement of the overseas forces ot "ier3 lnan l" " wmen appeared in tnese columns ai lanit ceil ovenooKing a roor of an. uom'tn. I auxiliary structure, a story lower dlsmssedi as to Marvin Shields; an jncompetent. tho time. I loose leaf bouses. Tho Court appoint- - of botn tho?o services. -ex,1 Marvin Shields, plea of C(1 Judge c Mj Crowe Committee ti Footprints and other marks on th!s Com'th. vs. immigration problem, as The DEATH OF INFANT guilty and fine of $25; Com'th. vs. llandle tho otter's business affairs.! p,anod. today presents many per- - FARM DWELLING IS roof led the deputies who investigatDESTROYED BY FIRE hav- ed that angle of the escape to an- Cecil Rhonds. dismissed. Rhoads TO(J act0ns ot Valley View Farm; pIexIng phases and any solution of. , Z Duane, the eight months old son nounce their belief that at least two ing resumed support oi wue; coram. Jf w Ford. nockport Coal Co.; andlt mIght nave lts effect on general; The dwelling house.of Mrs. layne of Mr. and Mrs. Ellsha M. Ford, of preon3 aIded ner on tUo roof miI vs B. C Rhoads, defendant having 0,0 County Coai Co vs. 0hlo Coun - oconomic conditions over the coun-- 1 been Indicted for accepting pay from t Bo,rd ot Superv9ors, were con- - .... It was stated that unless" a'N- - Stevens, two miles north ot town. theCentral Grove community, died that one or two moro awaited them me uouniy jor lumber, not furnished (nued L,,' . ,, nf fmmn inhnr vw. ha . wayn.- wUoll . consumed by fire about atr. their ..homo Thursday ofr last week. jn -an automoblle at tho street lovoL rould , .. .. vuiiiiMuii ouuiinKC -n Mill ariui Mil' w A w iiiiiv? f- ... rtr in- in uiiciiiui iiiniinnriini n . rvi nn 'i"v i -i . run i: uui ijiuiiiiini m ii i...w iiiiirnn n imAn n r having since furnished said r, w.ww aa1i1v 111U LUb AUKL'lUa tUU.UJ JU1I OIUUUJ and he t Vint A ii- in- w v.w.. iii i ,a Th(J u1Ia..a.I tl.n.1 iittitliittn jury was dsmlssed " roof.-- pneumonia. 7 ,B"V, The blaz?. starting from the in the main business section of the tho Indictment Was dismiss- - nesday evening. higher would be a tendency i.n,.i. m .nv nn pnnsed from Funeral services wore conducted cjtv jt jc within a block of the fed- vs. Harris waiter, cd; Com'th. wages for this character of help "'" burning soot, enabled the neighbors t rom tne Central Grove Baptist Gral biiildlne whom noatnl nclu. Com'th. vs. Harbin Austin, each dis- MUS. SALL1E ANN SIIULTZ with attendant Increases In prices 1. .. -- I. f U; tli An M. Da, amiA tt kt MntonlQ nf ih f missed; Com'th. vs. Albert Wheeler "'"D Dk" ties are continuous, aircot cars pass" "" Tn "" ; "" SUCCUMBS TO SENILITY and also the Inducement for farm" rooras auu iuil0 Murphy, charged with Asnoy. uur.ai was in uie cnurcu iong one Sde and eVl8n in the quiet ' and Elbert lliaud's to flock to the Industrial llmna Mm Inrcpr nnrtlon of the Con- - v ..m.i.nf stealing an automobile, verdict of hours of the night vohlcle traffic Is widow ot ten. On the other hand, attention Shull Mrs. Salllo Anu to one year ln .guilty and sentenc:d quite heavy. There are always jailwas called that a letting down of tho Shultz, who preceded I MILLEK LANDRUM ers and matrons on duty and a glare tho ponltentlary; Thomas D. jMurphy Matthias N. anb; . death some 8 years, died at Immigration bars might produce , .. v The dwelling was a two etory juug- - her in .... Co. vs. Dr. O. E. Hart, ueiauu of street lamps surrounds 1(. ,... . V CfU IJ U II UUI1 V.U Uk inuuii .au .... Al .0 MUti itvlii " "' l.n Ann Dunf nnn- II uncmnlovment a lowering ot buHalng. comparatively new anui ons onss mmma u. Miner. ot near. "'"", ""' ment. $61.05; W. P. Mldklff. vs. B. Discovery Relayed. nthe bost turm bomes ou the North HartIord and Mr' Alva Landn,ra of Lawrence, default judgnunt, .Shults. near Hartford, Monday mor M. Oa.'lng. Dec. 4.. of ailment Incident to purchnsin,. power Bnd an economic'01 , .m'n. ..nv..j...-- w ... Tho sheriff announced! that a.num- joined Mn marrlago' Stevens did Itockuort. were MnM.m nn.i . r . ... . .. ..! u denresslon of more or less general not know of tho rire inuu caueu over (Vednosday i ot last wook, ai. mo -.uor ui puiauus ...t. u Yre-- tuuuui;n m ran Cfl VS. W F. and Ray Cornell, r uuvuuijbu usd, miub a daughter character. birthday She was tho phone by a neighbor, and such Methodist parsonage, Hartford, with with the trial of Mr3. Phillips would default judgment. $370.00 credited 35th Shortage of Labor. headway had been attained as to the Hey. T. T. Frazier, the pastor, be sought to throw wnat ngnt tney Monroe, of Mr. and Mrs. John Hocker, one by $48; V. C. Qary vs. A.-. I County's plonoET families.; T. Ohl could on a Dreaent shortage of make saving ot the building utterly officiating. .infoi.n in.imonf sr.R: Hoons 1 arly life, near .the age of 15, she common lauor and a )Vhlte House - impossible. Mr.' Tho matron on duty at tho time The bride is tho daughter ot Hoops,. Judgment and ordor of salo; was partially Insur- - aud Mrs. Fred MUler, whilo tho ot tho escape was Mrs. L. D. Fisher, VtIio cases of the Commonwealth vs. Professed! faith In Christ united with- 8,,okcSman disclosed that, because of j M. E. Church and llved.a consist- th,a ther0 had como a pressuro fr0jn ed, so wo are Informed. groom 'la the son ot Mr. and Mrs. 'long a msmbor ot the Jail staff. Sao B Brown, Raymond Phillips and the II ' d she visited Mrs. Phillips In her Arch' Johnson, the latter two Indict- -' nt member thereof during tho re- - ,ndU8try generally for an Increase In ighnm Landrum. Both are popular n ... lmmlcratlon. It was added, how- -, REV. WALKER RECALLED .i .. . vnlini, noonlo and have tho best coll at about 9:30 last night, and nrnnnt .rm, nf cniirt. woro malndor of her lite, 70 years. . , BY HARTFOItli CHURCH wsjies 0t their many friends for a tound, her in bed and complaining of mncrai services were couUuv;lCu overi Umt thore wa8 an equal pr03. continued; Com'th. vs. Frod Mldklff.' C. Rushing, of Louis-flU- rQ , IMv&s. Mrs. Klsnor said sue ro- aganat guch a poUcy lmnnv married life. .charged with having Illicit still In " the Rflv. J. d- vllle, at East Providence, Prentiss. Rusjell Walker, for flvo years turned to tho matron's quartoru Rov. The sltuatlou wlth wlllcU the . . nnssroslon idea of guilty and flnod 0 .. r 1. T M nif t.. trtrtlr rt...il-- i U..A A... tl.n uniiinlna t...t..1 i mui uui ll. uuur iuwi "" ,1 An ministration is undertaking to deni paBtor oi me iinruoru uuimsi jm. A.u iiuio. ututvn. $100 00 and ouo day In Jail; Anthony wnare uunui m Wednesday afternoon at 3 at th)g tlmo l3 qult8 apart Irom the Church, was recalled, or ENTERTAIN AT LUNCH of Mrs,. Phillips, coll. She said dur- Walker charged with assault and Plco " lrig the night she hoard nothing un- In afrom, the as pastor for another year proposals that refugees battery verdict of guilty and fined o'clock. is sutylved by three Noa East bo permitted to enter the- meeting congregation held Mrs, Shultz ,Mr. and Mrs. Hlnton Leach, city, usual. ot the case dismissed; TJio fol-- 1 350 other E. K. Shultz. Natchltoch- - uulted States in excess of tho quotas Wednesday nght. Being and, Mrs. FlshT said she knocked on tendered ontortalnod a tow relative lowing cases wherein the Com'th was sons: Revs, es- - La.; O. M. Shultz, Princeton, Ky., Conway for thQ countries from which thoy tho pastorate of tho local Baptist friends at their home on Center all the cell doors at 6:30 this morn- tilulntlff wore dismissed: wou uiiy, wuu u ilk uuu mon aireuo mo " oumu, ui ..Milium. com0i There was no expression ot unuren lor ins bixiu uunseuuuvu Htreet, TiiauKsgivuig Shi Ids. et nl, 5 cases; Estill White, niu women assigned to ; tt opinion from the executive depart- - year, is within Itsslt, a flattering thanksgiving dinner, in a most de- - the dormitory, 2 cases; W. E. Bannon, I Those presont to cells have their breakfast in their mont na to thlB. but two resolutions compliment to Rev. Walker and if iichtful manner. Underbill ot al; Martin White- petition FOR ROAD HOND ELECTION FILED to walvo tho restrlctlqn law' as to tho the Pastor accepts the, bid to remain; enjoy tholr hospitality, woro Mr. and cells, Mrs. Phillips' breakfast wa3 dishead ; Beckham Shields, et al, refugees woro Introduced in tho Sen- - the congregation and community are mrSi james Caskey Bennott, Central put ln a shelf In her door as usual. missed" as to all but llo.iry.nenfrow, County ate, ono by Senator Walsh, Demo- - In lin- - lor congratulations City, Mr., and Mrs. .ioster uomiou iaier iuo cons woro uniocKou una A petition was flled ln ngalnst whom there wvj a iefnult " andi the father iTo wns nnnrt Mnndav. asking that the- ques- - nrat. Massachusetts, 7Ii .....If l.,n nf and sons, Edmund Allen and Wllllnra when Mrs, Fisher noticed that Mrs. J..J.A... Keye's, Republicaan, New KENTUCKIANS IN Foster, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, Phillips had not appoarod sho' usktd also fined $50.00 In another caseation of Issual ot road bonds to tho by Sonator TEURE HAUTE, IND. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leach, Mr. Iteu- - other prisoners concerning her and-lw.Rharlla amount of ?300,ouo uo suomuiuu 10 Hampshire, Archlo Hicks; Arthur Short; -The po- T)nfiftVi iinnnatt. Mr. Leonard Leach.' they said she was "around sorao rttti Coonnes; Welby Daugh- - tho voters ot Olfto County. Tho homo of Mr, nnd Mrs. Wll- - Sr., and Mrs. T. L. Griffin, city. placo." Still unable to locate her. tltion Is signed by tho proper number GllEEK FREE FOR3IER erty Lewis Bozartli. 1 cas; Everett " Lester White, 2145 Ash streot, -- o. uicii u, COMMANDEIt OF ARMY tho matron resumed her routine wm , Smith, ono .raae oi voiers uuu Quisenberry; Leslie .Terro Hnuto, Ind., was tho scone of HAMLET STEVENS work and then, she said, a woman on foreorv nnd one charge of theft. Allen and Wlllard Lake, of Mclleury.' thanksgiving dinner, Mls3 Vina Hamlet nnd Mr. Estill who occupied n coll adjoining that i General PapdXilas,, an enjoyable Tho matter must lie over, subject to, Athens, Dec. 5 of auto, all dismissed ot tho given In honor of tho formors par- - 8t0Vens wero joined in marrlago, of airs. Phillip told! her that Mrs. Tho. rniinwinp notions wherein tho exceptions and If none ho tiled there- former conwnander-ln-chl1UO lUUUWIllb fiwimiio . ....... .. -i I T.tni. l.. ... Jl.n .i f. m. army, anu one oi wiusu ur umo, ui. uu ,1 T. - W T. Whltn mill inur8.aay oi mat i" rmmB uuu vstuueu. Commonwealth was plalutiff woro to, ordering mat uio qusuon oe suo- ureen Colls In tho women's ward "have - mltted for action-o- f voters, and rented by the. revolutionary commit- - grandmother, Mrs. S. F. Ezollo, ot ot tho brides parents, Mr. and Mrs.) the continued- - Tom Crahan; Elza MurReynolds, fixing tho date o election will only tee In connection with tho Greek mil- - Olaton. Ky. Tho latter Is In her Joa nmiet, Hartford, Rev. T. T. insldo curtain. Curtains fo Mrs. Tom Beasley uhv r, has 81st year. Tho table was decorated prazer performed the marriage cere- - Phillips' cell were- - down and this de-rnVns- - Wolbv DaiiKliorty 3 cases; b? a matter ot form to be approved itary dlsostor In . -- w x. with a tine turkey, fruits, nuts and mony. been llbcruted. -- ouri. jlayed discovery ot the esioDe. John Thornsberry; by tne ' j ...-i.- .. TVX'Sntced w I Itl.tl ,1f .... ...., in ''jb wv i r H,ni ln-)0- ... " r. ""' ... - . iii.i.ns I , ',,. i.i -- nd i"""" ptt Wed-Iumbe- ,"'a iii-iiii- w i. .... r- m. ...... "' ... " '" """' T.t. """ fe-nrt- . i 1 .... ,v, v,. imu I ... ..i vs:f I the-esc3p- e, i...J i"- " -- v io 1 ... ir'" .i l.. - 11' Ev-cre- 'J - m. et ... .... .- - l..n i.-- W. p w Jlenry Hinton; ...- Asia-Mino- 1 1 4 ,M.WWWW WM imttum-- in" iniililiirmxi-iinmnTiriH- i nimiMi jriiminn r'1""'M,'awn 1H!VXSUS.; WASHINGTON COMMENT Tho-K- u Klux Klan Is avowedly Tho elder sister of Janoy bewailed her Indifference befote the family. "She Is such u dour sweet soul," Mild Mai Ion, "that It seems 11 pity somo line man luuy not hu allowed to apby hooded men. preciate her lovable qualities. Jiuicy o Without full and complete- - ovl-iishuts up like n gray oyster In presence, withdrawing her donee It Is not possible InUlllgontly charms In tho shell. She Is provok-Ingl-y to discuss the claim mado that tho perverse. At dances she will sit Interforcd with or "doml- - or." has meekly bored, while soclnl functions, nntcd" tho sovereign Stale of ns n rule, ore n wenrlucss to her. But Slionlil tUs Qiinninllncd No such evidence- - Is bo-- 1 Louisiana. nh trctplnna hnHfivn fhnt ntlV- give Janey some good music to piny, ., Hfnnv , -- , ..... ., tolmia untiur ful ,..u..D ...,.,..-ing jireat-iueu- . i..i or a now book to discuss, nnd sho will ...' imvn at t mos been rlono by ono who has a bad cold should bo blossom out in surprising cleverness nr hooded men. Oppononts of tho Klan completely isolated to prevent oth and feeling. I wonder bow she ever chargo that nil such acts are dona or members of tho family and asso got Into our fumlly." "Janey loves us nil," young Mollle Tho Klan j dates from contracting tho disease, by Ku Klux Klansmen. denies that such acts aro done by au- - as colds are about as catching a3 snld loyally, "but she Is different measles. Ono thing sure tho soon- - superior I would call It, like Professor thority nnd consent of Uie order. Crnythorne. Everyone Is wild to linve Defcndors of the? Klan say that It' or one rids himself of a cold tho lc.vs Professor Crnythorne nt entertainto say that tho danger and you will look a good ments or banquets, Is no more reasonable because he Is medl-weall crimes committed by men who while beforo you find a better Interesting." are cine than Chamberlain's Cough Uem- n white hood and mask The married sister sighed. "Well, .,mh(.i1 in-- Klnnsmcn. than It U cdr to aid you In curing a cold. m I'd like to know Jiinc.v'a proper setting," she said, "and place her In it. to charge that all thefts committed She's too pretty n flower to 'wnste her ANSWKI1 TIIKSK IK YOU CAN burglars are the work of by masked sweetness on the desert nlr.' " society gontlemen who wear masks "I". remarked Corrlne, "am satisfied Did you ever sec: A board walk? at a masked ball. In her oblivion. If ' pea- - to let Janey rest There is much discussion, pro and A stone sUpl A cow slip? A It were not for our ilemuro sister's In nut stand? A sardine box?- - A house difference to tho average mhn, I would con, going on In Congress regarding thu'eharges and tho countercharges! fly? A bed spring? A clock run? An linve no admirers nt all. They usually about the Klan. The wiso heads in link stand?A morning break? A night see and come, but' It I .Taney's affec Congress holding the radical element rail? A mill run? ur answer mesa: tions thnt they would conquer. And go out .Taney Is too busy with her writings In check, agree that It tho Klan docs Do ships have eyes when they Hta.1 un-t- o Aro there springs in the und her studies to pay attention to and thnt which Is them, so they return humbly grateful lawful, tho Klan should, and will.' ocean's bed? Does the river over lo my society. Do you know " head? Is a newspaper white Hut until It Is proved lose its be punished. Corrlne sat up laughing, "I nm deand unlawful acts when It's road? Whin you eat a termined to vanquish that new adthat done in the regalia of the Klan are, square meal do the corners hurt? Is mired professor. Ills coldness piques In fact, done by the Klan, tho Klan a baker broke when he is making me. and he Is so Mollle smiled scornfully, "You have deserves the same treatment accord- - dough? got sumo Job before you, Cleopatra." --system of i any accused under our She mocked, girl in college has Jurisprudence; it Is innocent until .1 crush on Professor Crnytlionit to proved guilty. Alt tho thunderlugs Miy nothing of many outside. Rut duos he notice them? 2Cx," ended Molof Jesuitical mouthlngs, all the prlost-I- y For Infants and Children lle expressively. protests, and all the intolerant' "You remained, Years "cruder are &rov. in;;," Corrlne every djy. fanaticism of tho Church which Is Its Sn Use For Over and more Impossible entmy, can not make It otherwise. Always bears I hope that jour mode of slangy conT tht It-- nvlrlnnpK nnl (million. which versation is confined to your home." Signature of and a court of law, not must indict, Marlon leaned forwnrd eagerly. wuicu excommunication, nrliKtlv "While you two linve been quarreling," she said, "I've had an Idea. From must convict.. HIS HAY 'i description nf the professor it "" s,em ""t "e ami Janey are (Marguerite Burrlll.) ti.p incalculable cood which must mhiI. nnd If I could Hopelessly' Was a gutter-doHe result to the cause of education thru bout between them it -- ,w ... uumii.b , .i ..uuv... WQOt . ...... init.M. w. .i ., .. in """ upon would be highly commendable. I In- teD(i t0 ,ry Decombor 3 to 9, inclusive, can not great brown eyes looked out xothlng could be more bo summed up In a page, let alone a the world, and dreading it, still held natural than that Ned should Invito paragraph. Hut If It accomplishes i great hope in their luminous his old friend In to dinner some more than tho focussing of dapths. Sometime, perhaps, there uing." Marion put 011 her hat, preparatory public attention upon tho Inadequate would come his day. Our gutter- "'n nome- public schools dog slept at night in the filthy rub-- " r,ct!!,r"'nff to ,lor teaching staffs of our ' said hupplly. will havo moro than served Its pur- - blsh heaps of narrow alleyways. it But though her ambitious plans were Cringing from tho morning light and Mgy , pose. attainnieillf tlie cvt.Illng wu3 The staffs are inadequate for one, the host of enemies it brought, he n fnurei t least as Jar as drawing ught scraps to eat in janey and the professor together was and only one reason; tho Inability o those In authority to see with suf- - garbage cans. Shooed, kicked, ston- - concerned. Janey, after fultilllng her du- retired upon ficient breadth of vision that teach- - ed, cursed at thruout the day, he ties ns at ll'e entrance of Ned and his friend lng-i- s highly skilled, specialized work again slunk into tho alleyway ,0, the living room into a far corner Tcnuirincy the highest typo of man- - night, tucked his tired head between with n book, while, the urofessor. , after deserving his bruised thin forepaws, and slept. ho'od and womanhod, and several uneasy glances at ills viplt am ( u 4lvA u wage, uuwumj tsAAtl - oamc vuu.u m 1 w.u uus rlVAlf A murmured something about 'an wotch.an adequate unexers' salaries aro universally so low, him out Into th? surge and roar of ,,et.ted engugement," and made his those who stick to that noblo pro- city streets. Seeking the gutter, be adieus. Marlon bad no sympathy in do so from love of it, from slunk along, head down, tail abject- her dlscouragmenr. tesslon "Match-makinmatrons," remarked up the du- - ly drooping. Somewhere love of 'Us ideals from a sense of No won- religion of service. Bo- - street there came tho shriek of an Corrlne bitterly, "are ndlnu tv and the warning- -a wo- - Oer tho professor flgbN shy of them.'' n'uso salaries are univer- -' auto horn in raucous bal.yl " man's -ea- in-y the youth of our hand to tho normal school the gutter a spectre of a dog haSi not attracted a ftw omi,ngs lutM. be- - leaped, stiffened momentarily, mtrrly triumphant, when she returned ami teacher's collego; young men dcbe- has as- - come dynamic with action from nil eutertaluuiont, with the pro- sire to enter occupations which in tho grim feSsor as escort. of comfort, and a reasona- - come chief character siireHhem ".She gets 'em nil," bald Mollle in- ,.... IHiAU vn,,np women,. more aud street-tragedUUI1 11..... J Marlon's dl&appolutment Following tho event, the calmness elegantly. m mo eco more taking tholr places was visipie. corrines arrogant priue of triumph over death-relie- f-tue country, are current of Life resumed-surg-- Sthe Zarlrr.hemselves for other roc-r-wl- tl The elder sister's heart yearned Ing. flowhig onwar- d-, purposefu over the Mimll uusclllsh Juney, ub- rewards aro com a kuolt beside strean. forget- .lonsurate with tho preparation the -" " uiirera. wim m wi m uiuupi tno auiiuy euori. the education, antl bQjy ot t))o dylng hero wUh con,pag. ,mlnVrenl appeari,. 111 lwr moofness, slonato hands, soft words of pity on jnwy had a heart of gold, and John Tho State depends now upon Its girl Cruythorne possessed it man's noblo lips. The little rescued over. In . J ng mas-cullnI col-Klllght-hendcd bril-llnntl- y ar " As auch It Protestant organization. In anathema to, the Catholic Church. Bnuse of the regalia, worn by tho Klan, It Is perfectly possible for men who are not Klananwn', to wear a similar regalia, and thus thrust upon the Klan tho blame for unlawful acts nnd doing things as If nothing had! happoncd. Another ono. In descrlb-.says: "Hor. hands Ing tlit. heroine wcro cold, like that of a. sorpent." A third lolls us: "Tho colonel paced back and forth wth his handB behind Horo is I3 back, rending a paper." another sample, of quoer "local color": "At this night tho negro's faco grew dreadfully pale." One writer, n speaking of tho vllllan, writes: "'Ha, Ha,' Ho oxciaimoa in gucse." A popular novelist, descrlb- ono of hi characters, doclaro3: "Tho man was dressed In a vclvot Jacket and In pants of tho eamo K PS2S2S25HS2SS52SZSHSEnSaSZ5SS2Saj 3 G K m TUC KJUH II ' I PPTTIMO MATHER Newupjpcr C By MOLLIE 1912, Cj Cupyrldit, Watm Lnlon. 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CASTOR 1A 30 m&& These rates apply to both advance renewals and new subscriptions. Send cash with order to Mol-lle- I ,..,,.. g. 1M..-...1- .... ... """ "" fe ""!" "'h THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN HARTFORD, KY. eve-nothi- liostess-asslhtnn- t, Illinois Central System Urges More Inten- Wi-- sive Use of Limited Railway Facilities The great shortage of railway transportation continues, and many shippers are suffering losses by reason of it. Tho remedy for the moro distant future lies in greatly enlarging and oxpanHngratl-'- " way facilities of all kinds. There is no completely effective remedy for the immediate futur, but there is an opportunity for improvement through moro Intensive use of our present limited facilities by loading and unloading cars more promptly and by loading cars moro heavily. In many instances cars are unloaded or loaded the same day they are delivered. That kind of helps the situation materially, but It occurs all to frequently that a car which could be completely loaded or unloaded In a day is held over Into the-- folowing day. This should bo avoided d wherever possible. Freight cars still spend more than of their time In tho hands of shippers and consignees. Wo believe this delay can be reduced substantially if shippers will give this question the serious attention which it deserves, and we urgo them to do so. one-thir- g " XsX 1 , 0.rf SSSJST n y. wv--- """"' V" w :"""" zs '" -.- .. . HJ.H.T. 1.4 dron nro not, won uukui, in jny HTs great Drown j clt- - was happy at last. taiiKht. highly taught, tho future .. a oyts looked out upon the world, Ill lift tiriinmilL t. ' holding in Tin to carry 0 dreading it no longer, tot in luminous depths the fulfillment forward their come. is the of a groat hope. Ills day had Ihl of What If there was no .mor- and perhaps, the Legislator- at la.t. lm toda thon row. still there was f the President ot ot blissful nappl..- -. What ay I tne nmker this hour g expect- ?Nation of tomorrow. The best more could a gutter-dooriho Our Dumb Animals. of teachers, paid woll enough to en vo- to givo tholr best to our able them l)o You Ihijoy Your Meals? too good for ohlldron. should bo none your mca'.s It cn your you do not enjoy if Kilucntlon Week ....- Atll r uigouuon awaken the electorate to tho need ot 0bl,ecaUy of meats, masticato tho host, tho need of paying for the fivo tUurougWy. Lot bunt, it will not no nem m , nourt 0Iapw botwoon moalg and " !7i . . tukp one of ChumberUln's Tablots Wheezing in the lunga nnd y0ll Mvf that Phlesn, is ohstructlng tho air t ,)0 a real pauneei. Ballard's Horehound Sy- m nip loosons the phlegm so that it up and ejected. can bo coughed ,1Ahl my. poor niani t suppose pov- I'Bico 30c. COc and $1.20 par bottle. wiy brougllt yoll to thl?" in StolU by Ohio County Drug Co. ,.0l t)l0 contrary, 1 was simply The Main Trouble. ' coining mouj y!" London 1'a.ins "You should have nil your clerks, UKAIilSM MODKIl.V take our course lu sciciitlllc s)l,)W --- :,r. - .. "to-da- y 1t ,.,. ,,Hi. .,(. .d"""..?:i:r- ":',:':.,i. .' w... o iimum Ul ., r Z ;;UI(t or lo 1 - iun. ?, v.. wlikli should be "made In Heaven." Janey was quiet when she cuinu Into Sho relieved the dinner at evening. Iir0tlJJ.,1R jrollle us ,,,, f nor ,ugk8( nm, ,ater) ghining-cjed- , slipped away to her own room, "Jn anticipation of reading a new story," Corrlnu explulned. But It was Mollle who, entering tlie house some few days after, gave the true key to the situation. ".Marlon, Corrlne," she began excitedly, "you tihould have them, Juney nnd our professor, sitting there, one upon either Mile of a reading table In the Miliary. I hud to go down for a boo); and I wiitihed tliem secretly for wiine time. They were talking together In whispers uud laughtng softly. But It was the way they looked Into ouch other's eyes j you could see they had discovered Marlon's kindred spirit Idea. It's been going 011 for muiio time. Juuey confessed thut they met some time ugo, by accident, at that same library table'. We will lose Juney soon," Mol-H- e concluded shrewdly, "It whs the right netting." .ii.is.1- r ' I We are putting forth our best efforts to load more heavily tho cars that wo load ourselves, and we urge our patrons to Join us in those efforts to provido moro transportation. We realize that thoro aro some commodities which cannot be loaded to tho full carrying capacity of the cars. Howovor, shippers on tho Illinois Central System aro utilizing only three-fourtof the-- full capacity of freight cars (oxcept coal cars) which transport commodities permitting ot capacity loading. That means We urge our patrons to assist us in correcting of tho capacity of such cars is being wasted. this condition as far as it lies within their power to do so. ono-four- th H Wo givo below concrete cases to Illustrate how transportation opportunities aro being wasted. October, lumber loading on Illinois Central System Lines was only D8.3 per cent of tho capacity In of tho cars loaded, mJxed feed loading was only 54.9 per cent, cement loading was only 70 per cent, cotton-see- d products loading was only 5G.2 per cent, flour and tuoal loading was only 59 per cent, sugar loading was only 62.2 per cent, and stucco and plaster loading was only $75.3 por cent of maximum car capacity. Tho cars hwlch transported theso commodities nnd many other conuuo-- " ' ditles should have beon loaded fully 25 per cent moro heavily than they were. Coal car loading was moro than 95 per cent of maximum capacity; wheat and com loading Was more than 90 per cont, nd stono, sand and gravel loading was nearly 9G per cont of tho capacity of tho cars. One way of measuring tho officlency of a railway organization Is through its record on tlie. average nuinbor of miles mado per car per day; this average includes nil freight cars on tho railroad cars standing nwaitlng loading or unloading, era out of repair, cars boln switched in yards and cars moylng In trains.Tho best record ovor attained on the Illinois Central System on milos per car per day prior to this year was mado in Octobor 1920, when tho record ot 44.59 miles per car por day was established. That record was surpassed in Octobor 1922, wih a record of 45.75 mllos per car per day. received from our shlppor patrons assisted us materially In attaining these results. of shippers, we aro not unmindful of tho nsslstanco In uiglng further and moro Intensive which they havo nlroady rendered; but we believe that tho.prosent transportation crisis Justifies every shlllpor and railway man In going to tho extreme, limit ot his ability In gottlng ovory possiblo sorvlco out of our limited transportation facilities. Constructive criticism and suggestions aro invited. -The Paris Figaro quotes somo f oarwondeiful examples of blun- ful und dew mado by Frtnch novellstB. Ons of ihoso uuthors, after killing off a forgot all llllin in ono chnpter, ubout it and had him go on la'klnr "But" "We hliow them how to seize tho' an my worldly gooiU I thee ondow?' psychological moment for closing n put sale." No. Why Mrs. Giuingham "The iwiln trouble now Is thut we any- him on his guard? I'll got 'em can't get clerks." j(er girl Chum muic:, George uso Did tho minister the words, "With - V' C ' H. MARKHAM, President, Illinois Central System. wajr. A niinnHwiimfftMHq r i For Real Economy in the Kitefocn Use CALUMET Th Economy BAKING POWBEM A Big Time and Money Saver S1S&1 When you bake mm " tOKTTNTIII with Calumet you know there will be no loss or failures. That's why it is far less expensive than some other brands selling for less. PC"ltINt POP BEST BY TEST The sale of Calumet is over 150 greater than that of any other brand. Don't fee led Into taking Quantity or QuaE&y Calumet has proven to be best by test in millions of homes every bake-daLargest selling brand in the world. Contains only such ingredients as have been officially approved by U. S. Pure Food Authorities. y. THE WORLD'S GREATEST newspaper views Vancouver Run Is a much sat r tonij when ed with 'equal juris of self-contr- BAICdNG POWDER tlcle with vinegar and water mixed togcth r In equal proportions to re move nil traces of dirt; thort npply polish. Attractive designs may bo made quickly and easily In plo covers and othtr pastry crusts by folding nnd cutting with clean jebsors. j The polish on gunstocks m.l wood en handles of toolo soon wears off If you want a lasting polish, soak tho wood In Unseed oil for about a week, then rub th:'surfaco with an oil- soaked cloth a short tlmo each day for a week or so. It Is especially worth whllo to do this on a gunstock Put patch pockets on your aprons under tha edgo, on the wrong elde. They will bo Just as handy and will not catch on things. An egg which has been accidentally cracked may bo preserved by past ing over tho opening a strtp of paper wet with some oj tho white of tho gg. To keep yolks of eggs from drying keep covered with cold water until ready to use. ' Splendid Cough Medicine. "As I fc?l that every family should medicine know what a splendid Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I vam only too pleased to relate my ex nsrlonco ami only wish that I had known of Its merits years ago.' writes MrB. Clay Fry, Ferguson Sta tlon, Mo. "I give It to my children when they show tho slightest symp toms of being croupy, and when I have a vough or cold on the lungs a very few doses will relieve me, and by taking It for a few days I soon get rid of the cold." to DIDN7 FOOL THE CONDUCTOR - . Train Official Seldom Deceived by Travelers Who Imagined They Appeared Used to Luxuries. The Woman hnd never been In n compartment on n trnln before. She must confess this bit 0 luxurious Ig norance. She was seated comfortably, rending nnd looking out of the window alternately, nnd greatly enjoying the prlvncy when she lirnrd n buzzing Hound. Again nnd ngnln It sounded. DoubtlcsR the people In the next com- m r&n$&irz: HSr?iiswt CnimH n ShrS ?ffi 157luid"Dfachrai fi CASTORIA For Infants and Children. rtitfC wfiiTiTrn W.JPUX1J partment ringing for the porter. And then came 11 knock at the door. "I hope I didn't disturb you," the conductor said its he naked 'for the Woman's ticket. "Oh, no, I wns Just sitting here rending nnd admiring the secDcry." "Oh." the conductor said, "I wonder If the bell doesn't ring." "The bell?" Then the Woman understood that Hint had been the buzzing she hud heard. "I'm afraid I'm very Ignorant," she ndmltted. "I've never boon In n before, nnd I didn't know you rung to come In." Hut the conductor wns not horrified nt the sinnllncss of her knowledge. "I'm glad to henr you ndmlt It, Indy," he said. "There's lots who have never been In n compartment, but they wouldn't admit It for worlds. We know when they're not lined to 'em. They enn't fool us, but you're the first I've met who hasn't foolish pride." Chicago Journal. PROSAIC REASON FOR SERVICE -- CA '" ,1 ) mm I Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria AlWaVS . . -- n nufj nrMT. !i AVcicIaWcIVcpMbonforM'l '.".' )similalin4lhcroodbyRcCula-,- Bears the s?!s5S5ffiSS Signature ! neither 6niam,WorpHncnof hlincrar-KoTNAncoTi- of M In jefojusnaaratsa Jhaiptih5MZ ftxhl'iSalli JtntttSinf Itrn SrJ lYAlnTw"1" AhcIpfulRcrr-cdyfof ConstipaUonnndDiarrhoM Use ( "TSLEEP 'idllnhercrtojnjnliB"JbeSnaeSijnatorctf (&&& "'r-, -- n Could It Be Possible the Preacher Was Giving the Deacon a Deli cate Hint? For Over V! Thirty Years ?V.Ji Tlio coal companies cm still hopeful of educating the American pco-pl- o to accept a piece atiuiy price. mixch t coxgresswomax RESENTS DEFEAT Alice Robertson, who wai Jnst .defeated by a largo nnjortty by the man whom she undated In 1!?0, kindly. "I doCB not tnke hor deft-n- t have been Insulted by the citizenship of tho city for which I long liavo fought and mado sacrifice." sbo dt clared. Feeling that riic li.is nothing to return for she annouuccrl that wJien her congressional term txplrcs sbo will go (back to Muskogee, Okla., her home town, Just to get her sum nlor clothes. Her old farm bord.T-tn- g Muskogee, the last lilt of property she owns, may be sold. When ask ed whether she would accept a iiosi Hun In the womans bureau of rtlie dptiartmont of labor. If It "vvcro of fered her, sho replied: 'Tve got to do somothlnc. haven't 3. and T haven't a cent of Income alter 1 lensre Muss Times-DispatRichmond The fellow who wrote "Mother, May I do Virginian-Pilo- t Norfolk Those Out to Swim?" lived In aday when who think AaiMlca can prevent roas-sacr- ct Mother was occasionally consulted. in Turkey forgot that wo can These days It is almost imposslblo to not cvoii prorait massacres In Illi- ask Mother anything. Sho Isn't at home. nois. 1 Enjoys a, nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. is . Prof. John F. Smith, of Berea col an, wns presented lately to tho Melege, Ky.. bolluyes that .hostility .10 morial Art gallery In essennailv a newsnanpr. intonf. imnn m'trinn- - orvthe Shakespeare tho p'.ay spirit Is alienating young memorial nt Stratford-on-Avomatter first consideration. by an people from tho rural (church Jintl American friend of the drama and his t many of iour colleagues. creating opposition to Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and The most striking feature of tho most sacred Institutions. "People Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. Mine, do f Times-Unio- n Jnckronvlllo The of the opoi) country nnjd Instruction ceremony was the voice of San Francisco Chronicle It must Navarro, once the Idol of American new wife calls herself the in the art of providing abundant, With important legislation cominrbefore'.ConrrrPRA dramatic audiences as Mary Anderson, 'bo awful to bem highbrow and keep queen of Prussia. Qh. well, let her. wholesome recreation," ho said. says the New York Sun. Her personal -'forever on one'.svguard to avoid seem- It doesn't amount to muythlng. Wo and Kentucky General, Assembly in 1922, The Cour-- U reminiscences of Edwin Rooth renched ing Interested In anything.'' ? ... .WHISKY STOLKX "lrt ai T11MM1 Jr. can call oursclf tho Jack of Diamonds their climax in her recitation of nn ia uiu uany newspaper you will need. THROUGH TUNNEL apostrophe In verse to the great actor. but It doesn't Bet us anywhere. "October," Transcript Boston A voice from out the past, Indeed, says a press hninorlat, "Is Eummer" During tho last few months more and its magical effect upon the audiWashington Post We are getting .nnnlnmnnl " Tlllia NOVOm- By special arrangements we are now able to Umn 25.000 gallons of whisky was ence gathered nt Stratford Is nmple ncar 'he last "P thojflapper. offer testimony to the that ,the must f Us Congressional Record. her stolon from 5 brewery warehouse at backgrounds In (ruth human great art and life uro THE DAILY COURIER-JOURNA- L Stamford Advocate .And now Peoria, 111., via a. tunnel passing un not blotted out by the Intense preocProvldenco Journal Fortunatoly der tho roadway. The tunnel was cupation In things of the present when a woman smells something tho '18th amendment does. not pro- burning sho can't tell whether It's equipped with a cord signal system which bcem to till the picture. with a kick In It. hibit football THE REPUBLICAN the roast in tho oven or her cigarette and a tube through which the ,whliNew Motion Picture Idea. key was siphoned. on tho buffet. Both ono year, by mall, for only 9o.75: Springfield Unltin When tho unH A motion picture projector "which speakable Turk nuets tho unpro anywhere, enn be used by anybody, IXFAXT LEADS ORCHESTRA proposes; London Opinlon-rM- an This offer applies to renewals as well as new .making possible tlio projection of nounceable Grook, tho thoughts they trnninn mntrnaTiIni c.tlflr in subscriptions, but t. -- " " moving pictures undy nil condition?, only to people living In Kentucky. Tonnesseo or would not Iodic nlco In a sun- think An orchestra composed of 21 chilIndiana. New Is In use In France. TJ10 luntern and may. it desired, start at a latter date? day school lesson. dren of four and five years Is bonst-e- d .flini reels of the projector are supand renewals will Dtate of Ohio, aty of Toledo, Laicaa County, as. date from expiration of present ones. ly tho Garrison 'kindergarten ported above an upright triangular wneucy oam inai I Dallas News In IUily tho man who I rmm j.partner ofraa.ies Hrm of F. no school, of Concord, K. II, , as tlio frame, at right angles to which is n. A. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may , oenlor .... tlw J. substitute Tha "- fi cueucy Si Co., doing bufdness In tbo City .largent kludorgarten orchestra In the second triangular frrno supporting is premier is mo man Louisville Times for Tho Courier-JournaSS8 In(ustest with the moste.st men. a sent and a large pulley drlvai by world. Tho Instruments us'ed ... pHu uu 1V NMtil Send or bring your orders to this office. ONE ItUNDUKO DOLLARS for each clude drums, clappers, bells, bird pedals, llehlad the large pulley Is u and rvery caao of Caturrh Unit canuot bo dynamo which supplies current for a Detroit Nes John D. Rockefel- cured ibv the use of HAUL'8 CATASKUH whistle, xylophones, triangle, Incandescent lamp. Ily day Is too MEDICINE. FRAKKJ. C1IUN1SV. ler Jr., sajs tho bells, tambourines, cymSworn to before mo nnd subscribed In means of belts nhe pedaled liulley opV'long. but homo of us .fltlll find Jt my prtnonco, thla flh day of Dccereber, bals, kazoo and cantnuetsj erates .the dynamo, the "projector and. D. !V3. A. W. GLEASON, necessary to put in a llttlo ovortlmo A. (Seal) Kfttary l'ubl.c. the film reels nil Flmultaneousjy. Hall's Catarrh Medicine is taken tn RRITAIX.SUESU. S. gasoline. , ed to congress cast Of In ordir to luiy Popular Science tMugnzlne, tho Mississippi ternally jind nets tlirouch ih Ulood on PER CAPITA CURRENCY a wOU as Doing the Mucosa Butfucis of the i5ytein. Sond INCREASED tho first mother to for testimonials, free. ' Oreat Ilritaln Is suing tho United R 'n that body. Mrs. Huck Is Os- WashlngtoM Post The mistake of V. 3. CMKNEV & CO , Toledo. O. His Viewpoint. Sold by ill ilruciTltits. 75c. States for ?3,000,000 which she Peclully Interested in divorce laws was in picking a .fight with, Hall's Family Pills for comtlpatlon. tho Irish Tho 'treasury department states "Fatherl" I The weeping girl pleaded piteous-- . claims tho stato of New York owes tlo bonus question and world no,,. tho Irish. that tb&jor capita circulation of cur"Fatherl Why Klon't you let me tho Cayuga Indiana, many of whom "World peace cannot bo legislated " DRE,iai SAVES TENANTS rency In tho United States Increased marry George, and lake liliu Into the now live in Canada. In 1808 Oon way t6 NnsivHJo Tonnessean 40 conts during tho month ot Octothese 8no ays. "Dut'l think It the duty Hrm? Why. O whyS" Indians ceded thIr territories to ot h's generation to leave tho next relievo traffic congestion Is to sail When Mrs. Jesslo Darottt, "who liv- ber. On October 1 thero was The business man .raised her head New ' York on condition nutos for cash only. that the eeneratlon a foubdatiou for ponce" In circulation as compared In a Now York tenement liouso, tenderly. " dreamed of tltttnes leaping thru tho ed With $470, 28Q, 827 ono month "I feel for you, baling," he sold. stato pay tho tribo and' their heirs s,ck'v children need White's Cream Lodger-Dispatc- h For 01lliflI1K nnd mf(Cd footsteps Gforgv In my buslneH I In porpolulty $2400 annually. 'When Norfolk later, when tte'per capita, circulation "I do need papor Is a tough product. could uo lIm, unil will, It he says the the Cayugns Joined the British lu tho Ve"""BO- - It not only dostroyaV tfcr tha imivays, she awoke nnd '.w&s $41.44. i ,, word, but daughter, I thlok I can hire wnr of 1812 Now York ceas d to wormsi 'f there bo any. but Jt acts Btaud the modern Ecreanl0ljm U has to bo to xhe house Is afire." him," jrer husband Rot up to Investigate PARALYZED 31Y SOREWDR1VE1L him cheaper uthan I can ttupport final xwvko tho payments. Under the ns a stroJethenlng tonic In the stain- novels printed on it. gesture of pitiless And with 1 peace treaty which provided that ncn ana bowols. Price 3Bc per bofc- nmj discovered a flro In the hallway. ity, he dropped the subject. Rlch-luoiue. sold la a AU 60 tenants lu the building cscap-goo- d e As Mrs. Ella Coleman, of New Republican.-TherNational Druiv inono of her allies should lose- - any ot Company. by Ohio County TlmcvDUputcli. to tho along tho street sho York, passed j their rights Great Britain on behalf deal of speculation us in wlthout injury, d was knocked down by a J of tho Indians now domauds. payment "Shocking." causo of what happened On Nov. 7th, LEADER KILLBl) , Ho My dear, it's no uso for you screwdriver which fell from, a 19th Walter!" shouted a young ' ot arrears with compound Interest "Walter hut booze, bunk and bolshevlsm uro fellow, who for the hist half hour had besides continuation of the annual to look at those hats; I haven't more ktory window. The. point penbtrat-of It. nccountablo for most George Frew and Ilornsr Pm.. her bead two inches nnd imme- been wrestling with n steak, but fulled paym0llU Jn tho tutur0( than a dollar In my poeket. qulne, coal miner ot Dowar, to get lila knife through It You might have known when diately purajyzed her left leg. Okla., .' tho ou Sho --- Torro Haute Star WhuC "Yes, hlrl" suld tho waiter, coming j wore charged with murder In connec- needs is fewer miles pot wo caine out I'd want to buy a fpw tomobllo I forward. FIRST MOTHER IX COXGItESS tlon with tho death of Tom Bosus. "I think Jack's real mean." things. "How do jou cook your food In this hour and more per gallon. I of Spelter City, who was preside "Why?" it ot Ho 1 did. Ilostou Transcript. place?" asked the joung man. x . Mrs. Winifred Mason Huck, ot Chi- - an "IUj wroto Gladys from Florida ho organization calleU , 4 "Well,slr, nil our food Is cooked by Washington Post A soft , drink ,.- ... .i.t.n.. cngo, elected Hopubllcan representa- - "True Blue Americans." Dozu. w shot an alligator six fbtt long and eieciricjiy, it uimwcnui .t wuuer. PRACTICAL POLNTEHS i iiie turneth away wrath, but not where from Illinois to fill tho k'Hed In a gun fight with foi;- - ' If he was lUcky enough to get anoth"Then here," wild the young man, tire voters are wet." tho ' Deforo attempting to polish dark er he'd have n pair pf eJIpperH mado "tnke this back and give It anothet uniapircd term of her father, has the ed men who attempted to sw ,ni ' 81101.' " of being the flsrt woman elect- - un or tho attacklrs. was k' Wash ar- - for her. , honor wood furniture, carejully Philadelphia North Amerlcau i no-wi- o Clxunticilaln'f, TTubletK. Dallas N019 Let every football These tablets nre Intended cspo- collegian remember that latter bo gets through .playing with his Ict dally for Indigestion and constlpa-- 1 They tone up lie stomach and ho may need Ibis hoad to fall baak tlon. enahlo It to perform Its functions on. naturally. They net rgently ou the Washington Star Statistics chow liver and bowels, fhrrcby restoring that 4359 rocn wero killed by gas the stomach mid bowels to a healthy last year. Sixteen Inhaled It, '4.1 condition. When yim feel dull, stu- unu upcu eho mem a ma.. la it, and threw Iighttd.-matchcyou arc certain to 'be pleased with 300 stepped n It. their effect. m Enterprise The only muto Osborn la to quit VIEWS OK INTEREST TO WOMEN Y way to bocomo wealthy you wero end work harder. wishing Richmond Tlme's-Dispatc- h Wine Improves with ag; woman with op "Enquirer Since Cincinnati had a good portunity. In Eucopo or America word to say for him we feel that we Providence Diilletln Women's evowe It to King Constantino to stalo ening drosses in London have trains. that ho has neither written nor Fashion 1b on the wrong track. t threatened to write" his memoirs. ' ,-- The Mldvlllo church hnd a new preacher, and Deacon Sturgeon was entertaining him at Sunday dinner. At leost that was the way the Weekly Illade "would report the occasion, but, as a matter of fact, the deacon was feeding the preacher nt Sunday dinner, while as for entertulnment, the prench' er was eiitertnlulug the deacon. "And so jou saw service In the great European war?" the deacon asked. "Yes, I served nearly two years as dlraplaln," the preacher replied. "Get across?" "'Oh, yes. I wns In France nearly a GA! Exit Copy of Wrapper. " TMC CIIITOT COIMKT, CITT. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. year." congress." PLEADS '"Well. 1 don't believe In war," the deacon declared. "But t suppose you "heard the' call of duty and couldii't liold back." "Well, I enn't say that was It altogether," the preacher answered. ""There were several other things to be considered." "For Instance?" demanded the deacon, who did not shy at questioning. "Well," and the preacher 'smiled qUletly, "I went Into the army for one tiling, because I got my pay Mary Anderson Lauds Booth. portrait of Edwin" Booth, by many considered America's greatest tragedi."A t The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspaper & FOR PLAIT SrjiUT It n aci-uvum- ,11 !. 1 i ... .,.. ; llXf'.Sl -- A ".V.Zi W l. horso-shoe5,rdu- 12-lm- d - creak-thickne- ss, ,g , ' , half-poun- AXTI-KUKLU.- V 1 A I antl-kuklu- &' htt T mMHwmmmm'fm tmmi Bimsw ywMMBfcW1 "" l ATTENTION XMAS SHOPPERS! m i ii I. ma f: ON DISPLAY IN A FEW DAYS The biggest and best line of Holiday Goods ever shown in Ohio County. You will find in our stock a useful gift suitable for every member of the family. Let us help select your Xmas Gifts. Tell us who you want it for. We'll show youf what you want. ., Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" v1' Beaver Dam, Ky. If, fhe Hartford Republican COMPANY They would probably bo as interesting as the report itself. , BEADS ODDLY STRUNG Published Weekly by lit' r n jIARTFORD PRINTING W. S. TINSLEY, Incorporated Editor J V and Business Manager. Bitter of tho second class. Entered according to law at the Foatofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall to Address all communications jarko Hartford Republican. ' NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent la new hddress must give tho old tddresa In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c Mr line, and 8c per lUe for each additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions 4&d Cards fit Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for teh head line and signautre, money i advance. Church Notices for services free, fcnt wi - word. Anonymous communications lacelve no attention. TELEPHONE other advertisements, lc per will Farmers Mutual. 60 (By J. D. Claire) If the fire that destroyed ' tho The Ladies Social Club was pleas- Beaver Dam depot was not incendiary antly entertained by Mrs. J. S. Glenn, origin it easily milglit have been. at her home, Wednesday afternoon There was certainly motive enough of last week at progressive rook. At on the part of the traveling public tho conclusion of the games a de- that had to use the miserable makelicious luncheon was served by tho shift. I hostess. In addition to the1 club Tho cost of dying has been radiA. V. Goodn, members Mesdames. Charleston, Mo., McDowell A. Fogle cally reduced in this city; one underand Goebel G. Crowe, city, wero taking establishment advertising to furnish everything essential to a funguests upon this occasion. eral except the corps for sixty-seve- n dollars. If you want to save exenterMrs. Ernest E. Birkhead tained the Ladies' Social Club in a penses come to Louisville to die. most delightful manner, at her homo I can't imagine why Fluke is tryon Center Street, Friday afternoon -, ing to Inveigle his wlfo into sparing of last week, in honor of her slstoMrs. A. V. Goodin, of Charleston, him a half dozen eggs on the occaMo., who Is visiting in this city. At sion of my expected Christinas visit. the conclusion of a number of games He knows I do npt, eat eggs. of Interesting progressive rook, most I notice by The Republican where delicious refreshments were served. wero a prosperous Fordsville farmer has About thirteen club members present and Invited guests wcrp;, been arrested for moonshining. There Is no doubt about his being prosperMrs. A. V. Goodin, Charleston, Mo., ous if ho had been operating the L. T. Ulley and Mrs. Sidney Mrs. still very long. Wlliams, Hartford. i. fa the aftemoon of Dec. 2. the WomansCIub held a most delightful and instructive meeting with tho Club's Junior member, Mrs. Robert D. Walker. ' 'The life and works of Charlotte Bronte, the English Nov-Jieellst, weTo topics for study and dls-li- d cussion. The story of Jane Eyre, told by Mrs. Rowan Holbrook in the first person in a most intelligent and de-aHghtful manner, was tho chief num-Int- o "er on the evening's program, Tho Club will meet with Mm. Jno. B. Wilson tomorrow afternoon. w. nd SOCIETY EVENTS OF RECENT DATE creek, Wesley Chapel M. E. Church since tho ago of 12 or 13 years, and hold in high esteem by her many ' friends. Funeral services were conducted at the Church, Friday morning at 10:30, by the Rev. Granville Jag-ger- s, her pastor. Burial followed at tho Carson burial grounds, In the immediate vicinity. Tho deceased lady is survived by four brothers: D. E., W. G., E. C, and Hez Ward, all residing in the community. FRUITS Apples Oranges Rnnnnas Grapes DIUXKS Milk ColTco Nuts Candies Chewing Gum r EATS Hot Soup Hot llfunbergcra Heg's Place HARTFORD, KY. Celery Head Lettuce, Etc. Frffh Ortfi-i-Pork Drains Pork Chops TOBACCOS Smoking Chewing Coca Coin Cook's Dry Pops Cigarettes Wroth Ford-Lincoln-Fords- on J: TRIDAY. DECEMBER 8 I! Congress was out of session Just ten minutes Monday, only that span elapsing 'twVxt tho end of tho spa- clal session and tho beginning of tho The clock in the front office riot stop ,in tho Interim. --- Buddy McPheag says that prohibition is more satisfactory to the pubHe lic than the license, system. says the 'old law made the saloons close on Sundays and election days, but the soft drink stands are open ev-e- y day in' he year. The jury in the Stamp trial ied! nobody. It gave h'imi fifteen years, when some of the folks wanted 'himi electrocuted and while some wanted, him acquitted. satisf- ... i i . 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 s have the easy found only in high priced cars. Call on us; we will show you the advantages riding-qualitie- ?j of the quality closed car. -. i i M , ' olir..l,l tUming Monday. ,.... . Several from hero attended court ,.,m Vnrvtwn liumnn jMVPJ In thft Tirfrp week 'Louisville has p for the use of and prosperity in tho near future, to at Hartfonl last , .,,, Dennis, the son of Ishmaol Dart- 4, , y such an extent not heretofore experilett. is sick with heart and! tr'ettAsnd rclaUve3 powMXy tne enced. The British Legislative ers, now composed of that element '"Mr. th dead do not believe it was been John Darts, who has generally designated as conservative, very 111 with lumbago, is able to ba ,, always and the class who have out again Perhaps tho reason more women fought giving Ireland any sort of II. K. Brown and family moved do not kill their husband's is that freedom or form of homerule finally this place to Rev. R. E. Fuqua's ; so many husbands are not worth kill- and without a dlsenting voice, voted from near Clear Run. farm lor ratification of tho bill and pact Miss SaDora Funk has returned Ins' establishing tho Irish Free State. It's , ,olt w.,h! .4 is claimed that prohibition Jokes up to tho Irish, so to speak, to do the Mr8. Paul IIawkln8 and t ' now from the stage, but balance. i are barred JIr- - Hawkins, of Owensboro. com T Mrs. B. C. Rhoads is not wen at the I median .meant at the National After the elapse of more than six writing. Inihw nlti whon hiw sold.. "More ....... years from tho date of the tanking this t ...n nn.,iAW nn.1 y.1Fa nn wfc.. ...b..i than a hundred years ago wo waged of the Lusltanla by the Germans, due esslo Beai; 'pont Sundav wltn' a long war for our freedom, and now uy uuiuuui 10 xuu iuci, us ciuuiiuu Ollle Taylor and family. we have to go to Canada to enjoy Authorities, that the giant steamer Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owen spent was armed and naturally hostllo to Rimilnv nftnrnnnn with her sister. It." k German interest, official information ln D pu-n- and Mr Funk-ha- s It is a melanchoiiy reflection that of been given to the cltlens MasUr Lyman and EUl8 Rentrow two of the dearest old friends I used America mat mo wner carrieu no v,gted , tho Wash,ngtoni helghbor. n moot nvAcv Phrlahnnn T rnn iinw arms, oltuur or ueienso or oiienso, roor 'a Tom mi Why the exact status of the Gerbase for thq charge should have moved near Uulon Grovo church Tnrrv man's havo lfcin buried in official archives to keep faouso for h,9 son Everett, no long Is rather hard to understand. who ,a rura, carrer on No. c. hLlRTHA OPHELIA AVARD Our Government Authorities, or ccr- victim; of paralysis Ml CUllo HarUett and wf. visited tain departments knew that the ship roiatlves nt pal0 Saturday night. was unarmod, but as wo recall mat- Miss Martha Ophelia Ward, aged IF YOU NEED MONEY tors at this dato, wo do not believe 61 years, 2 months and 2 days, died at her homo in the Nocreek conv- that tho Country was officially ap- To pay debts, or improve your munlty, early Thursday morning, of tho facts, at least to tho prised extent of giving out report of the land I can furnish it In amounts of .November 30, as the mult of a, para Collector of Customs of tho port $1,000 or moro, on smooth lnnd In 'lytic stroke suffered some two weeks from whfch tho doomed shlpj add tho good state of cultivation. Long i previous; She was the eldost child sailed, term, easy payments, low interest, Jot the late James W. and Mary Eliza- moro than 1,100 person 24t2;both Ward. She had been a conslst-- i reasons wo prosume, for Instant service. Thero wero ar. T. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. ent and devoted member of the No- to make tho ropirt public. failure In so far as England is concerned, taking all of the circumstances consideration, both inade and out, so far as she could reasonably be expected to go, Ireland has been Fluke, if you don't like the prices given all the privileges of a free your of your local butchers bring TAFFY. fetajte. Has been placed upon the basket and come up. We will sell you ' same plane, approximately, as Cana- -' steak for seventeen 'C.M.Mnvn ia c rn rr lnhlpn tint the besl roundIn.n nnrlr ..tiina fiT fl rt " da, our and contented nnnia n ml iitrtA l"u Wlcu uuo neighbor to the north of us. If the r' quarter. Then you can take along Irish could and would manage to Hvored yet, seven cent MUjar ard nlnoty "" " ', " exercise the intelligence for which cent a half pint moonshine. Better Saturday, re- eggs at the world gives, them credit with triP t0 Dowl nB Greea ! ! free-goin- Coupe, $593.54 DELIVERED Sedan, $661.14 . " g le "" Beaver Dam Auto Co. both phones. BEAVER DAM, KY. ! both phones. nnaanoolnfT tho i.'iJU TCmm-nl.- l Tula ., .,-- Bgl! FRUITS OF ALL KINDS Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Lemons, Pears, Cranberries -' WHITMAN'S ..,,,, " Regular Meals Hot and Cold LUNCHES ' Jas. A. Tate's Hamburgers Hot Soups Extra Select Oysters Celery Brains, Fish Restaurant At Old Hartford House, HARTFORD, KY. Cigarettes Cigars Smoking Chewing Wellington Pipes TOBACCOS Full Line NOTIONS Hot and Cold DRINKS Milk tlTi o. taw' - -' - " Coffee Hot Chocolate Cook's Dry Coca Cola Steaks and Chops Cocoanuts English Walnuts Mixed Nuts Pops Ice Cream Canned Goods Breakfast Foods Cakes, Pies . v A Lowest price In town on Cigarettes. liai vsr,s. s 1 Just To Remind You! SAMSJpCE I Lonnlo Wlmsatt, of Owcns-borHartford Wednesday and pnkP'thls office nn appreciated v call whllo hero. r (Mr. o, wns (n 2 I MIbs Eva Mao Smith, who Is till! WCok-o'n- d n .. ' ...0 ... flnrllfirt. , Vl'll I guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.' W. D. Smith, city. Air. Gregory Q. Wedding, of DOG TAG FOR 1923. For the benefit of the dog owners of Ohio County, I wish to say that the Dog Jjaw has not beenrepealed, as sonie think. You are required to get your tags on or before the first day of January-Sen- d by niail $1.02 for the first ipale dog and $2.00 for each subsequent male dog, and $2.02 for the first female dog and $4.00 for each subsequent female dbg, also give the following information, , was tho week-on- d gu;st of his father, Judgo It. II. Wedding and Mrs. Wedding, city. Havo plenty of screened coal on 24t4 hand at all times. ELLIS ICE CO., I Hartford, Ky. Holeproof Hosiery GUARANTEED NO HOLES- -6 six pairs in a fftristmas box MONTHS JIM TATE always has the freshest and beat Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Fruits and Nuts of all kindb. Buy for Xmas from him. 24tf Mr. and Mrs. Lennlo Everloy, of Matanzas, have moved Into tho home of Mrs. Everley'.s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joo C. Uonnett, city. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harvey Powell, of guests Dckovon, Ky., were week-en- d of Mrs. Powell's sister, iMts. Horbeijt Chlnn, and Mr. Chlrin, city. No doubt your minds are now viz: Your Post Office Address Your Voting Precinct , Breed or Kind of Dog . r '. Age of Dog i Color of Dog- . ":,. . . ; . .'..)'. ' - .' . .' , .. J ... .'. ,..; ."...(... : . GUY RANNEY, Clerk Ohio County Court.. 4 turning toward Xmas, and that you are already thinking of your friends and just what you will give them. Our store is brimful of suggestions, and the time is short. Don't let it slip up on you. Take our advice and buy early. Our Big Xmas Circular will reach you in a few days, giving you a detailed account of what you will see, when you visit us. Anticipating your presence, and thanking you in advance, Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Foreman, who for tho past threo years have been Mr. J. Lcsllo Hagerman, former- residing in Hartford, will move this ly of this city, but now of the week to their fnrm, near Narrows. . . .. . . ,A lanzas coiiimunuy, uaa iiu.ciiuaeu mu Mr. John Allen Wflson, of Vlcks general storo oi Air. x.cnnio iaveney, burg. Miss., spent tho week-en- d at Matanzas in Hartford, the- guest of his par Mrs. Ray Cook and little daughents, Judgo and Mrs. John B. Wilson ter, Dorothy Dean, of Olaton, spent Can furnish you coal, a load at a a few days last week in this city, tlmo to savo It slacking in your coal' tho guests of Mrs. Cook's mother, Mrs. Da'sy MosclC'y and other houso. ELLIS ICE CO., 2?t4 Hartford, Ky. Misses Lureno and Kennedy Col- Dr. T. D. Renfrow. returned to . lins. who hold positions'- - as stono- spent in ' hls homo In Cynthlana, Tuesday, af- - Jjraphers in Hartford, wUh days as the guosti Thanksgiving tcr sponding a fow nf rointlvM In Hartford and Dun- -' their narcnts. Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, deo. Ma-teach practicaly no capital needed. W to manage your own per-- . manent big paying business. $2,000- -5000 yearJy Wrko for appUca. tion. Give age, occupation, refer ences. W. T. RAWLEIGH CO. Dopt. 197 Freoport, 111. 23t3 yu, NOTICE! The Ohio County Post 44, American Legion, invites you to attend their Christmas Dance, Monday, Dec 25, at Dr. Bean's Opera House, Hartford, Ky.. Chop-erone- s; dancing 9 to 2, 6 bo breaks. Musid by the Royal Purple Entertainers, featuring 7 of the South's foremost I - N. BAZAAR A SUCQM3 The one-da- y bazaar given. ty the Ladles of the Methodist Church, in the church basement Tuesday of the present week, was largely patronized and was highly successful fsom both social and financial stand points. The net sum added to church funds was approximately $145.00. - as I Hartford Republican, per year, $1.50 entertainers. Iki&l&CG The Hartford FRIDAY, Buy her a box of that good WHT- Some candy for Christmas. in nice work baskets that will be Get It at JIM highly appreciated. 24tl TATES. MAN'S The first 1923 Model Ford Road- ster to'be delivered In Western Ken- tucky, was sold by Mr. Reld, of the Dam Auto --Co., to Lon- nJoMaddox, of Beaver Dam, Decern Beaver Automobile License Change. For tho benefit of the Automobile owners of, Ohio County I wish to ssy that the last Legislature passed an Act changing the licensing at Autoiea-. . biles for the' year 1923 and you will find below a list of the different cms together with, fee for 1923 license which includes postage. f The rates are figured 25 cents pet horse power and 40 cents pr hosf, dred, factory welght.The law provider that all cars shall be licensed tm. or before January 1. Fords: 1914 touring $11.60. Runabout 811. G8; 1915 touring- ?12,S, Runabout $11.52; 1916 touring $12.00, Runabout $11.52; 1917 toaric $12.00 Runabout $11.54; 1918 touring $11.92, Runabout $11.56; 191 touring and runabout $12.00; ;920 touring with etarttr $12.'2,S,wit!iot starter $12.00, runabout with starter $11.96, without.Ul.72; 1D21 wit! or without starter touring $12.24, Runabout with and without starter $11.55; 1922 Touring with starter $12.32; without $11.92; Runabout, with. startr $12.12; without $11.56. 1914 Tourings $15.40; 1916 touring $13.13; 1917 toarfaue Buicka: $13.13; 1918 touring $13.13; 1922 touring $14.45; 1923 touring $14.w These prices aro for 4 cylinder cars. For sixes as follows: 1914 touriKC $23'.41; g $17.59; 1917 touring 17.59;' 1918 touring $19.01; 1919 touring $19.01; 1920 touring $19.01; 1921 touring. $19:C9; 1321 touring $19.22; 1923 touring $19.23. Chevrolet: 4s 1917 touring $16.78; 1918Jouring $16.78; 1919 towing $16.78; 1920 touring $13.36; 1921 touring $13.36; 1922 .tourist: $13.37; 1923 touring $13.41. Dodge" Tourings: 1915 model $15.38; 1916, $15.66; 1917, 515.7; -- ber'Cth' Mr. C. B. Howard, who is In the Born,1 Dec. 1, to Mr. and Mrs. J. employ of tho Bond Tie Co., iK Dates, hero with F. 'WMlfams of Louisville, a baby Tcnn., spent tho week-en- d Mrs. Howard and daughter, Miss bov.1 J. F. Jr. Mrs. Williams was -- y. originally Miss Flora lUley, uaugn-te- r Geneva. of .Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Riley, who Beverley (Mi- resided .here. Masters Joseph and ller, city, spent from Thursday of last Miss Magdalene Rogers, returned wook until Monday, in Now Orleans, guests of their grandfather, Mr. B. to her jipme in Lexington, Tuesday, as after an extended visit with her C. Caldwell. aunt, Mrs. Alva Bean, and Mr. Bean, ' of Detroit. Centertown, and another aunt, Mrs. Mr. RusbrH PIrtle. Mich.. aTrlved in Hartford Sunday .aac Foster, Hartford. afternoon, to spend a week as tho Mr. and- Mrs. Worth Tichenor, who guest of h,!s parents, Dr. and Mrs. for some time had been occupying a J. R. PIrtle. part of" the home of Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Rowe, on Mulberry Street, Mrs. Melvln C. Browning, of Mr. spent from Tuesdlay until havo moved into the home of Loney MInton, on Union strict. in Hartford, the guest of Rus-solivil- Republican .DECEMBER . Miss Anna 8 return Sunday from a few days it to relatives In Louisville. Rha Carson, city, will vis- - PERSONAL NEWS t AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. Nathaniel Hudson, ill. Mr. Herbert Porter of tho Rob Uoy community, was the week-en- d guest of relatives Jn Hartford. s '1 hurt sevor- Dalo Parks, who-wacity, Js al days ago when his pony fell on him, is considerably Improved. ' 1916-tourIn- FORWAGON 24t2 COVERS see ACTON BROS. Esquhre W. S. Dean, of Owensboro, was In Hartford Monday. . Messrs, S. W., James H. and E. D, Anderson, of Owonsboro, wero in Hartford on business, Saturday. 1 If you aro in need of a farm wagon her sisters, Misses Minerva and Cts- oV'iss Warren Collins, Bteno- forget the Owonsboro Wagon.' na Johnson. don't SALT! A car load of salty salt at None better mpde-- . ! Tobac- - 1918, $15.6; 1919, $15.84; 1920, $16.34; 1921, $16.38; 1922, ? 17.00. graphcr for the Axton-Fish24t2 & BRO. W. E. ELLIS 24t4 spent Louisville, Baby Overland: Tourings, 1920, $12.53; 1921, $12.53; 1922, $12.92. Company, ACTON BROS. Dr. A. B. Riley, accompanied. 'rom 'Wednesday of last week until Mrs. Riley and little son. Baxter, city,' Mrs. ,1. S." Mason,' city, was In OwMiss Alice Taylor, city, Bpenttho went to Hopklnsvllla Thursday ounuay, in numum, vuu bumi m ensboro Friday of last week. wook-entho guest' Whero iio had legal business in Louisville, They "er parents, Mr. anu Mrs. it. t. ooiClerk Ohio County Court. lins. ' C. Her and I. D. wlll return tomorrow. Mesdames J. m,. t n PIrilo. o:tv. was tho woek-en'- d euest of relatives in Mr. and Mrs. James A. Tate, who Miss Gertrude Schlemmer, city, ensboro. owned, py ''TTTvvv7TVT'rTvti,,i,'i,,.,T,,,rvVTVTT,rpli,'f,i,,(,,rTTW,i Whltesville, leftv yesterday morning for Central hnd rooms In the homo Mr.' James Lowo, of Mr. and Mrs. Noah L. Rowe, on Mul- guest of his, brother, Mr. City, whore she wlll spend several Get your Xmas Candies, Nuts and was the Tuesday of this days at the bedside of Mrs. Edgar berry street, moved ' 24t2 Frank Lowo and family, city, Fruits ath week. Into rooms in the homo of Mrs, Fowler, who is very 111. ( DEVER BROS. V Lucy Hubbard, Union and Mulberry Mf-i-er Thursday GUY RANNEY, ' Ow-Bea- n. yos-tsrda- y. .' . ' Mr. E. H. Sheffield, who had been street. Mr. John A. Johnson, with tho Miss tMary Loulso Tappan, city, TI6 Company. Decatur Ala.. in St. Josephs hospital, Louisville, spent Thursday of last week, In Miss Leila Glenn, accompaned by with h:a . j spent Thanksgiving hero ...i.-i..- . Val CIty ;"' '488 " T. k.Ih TlAMtrlnn r9 t from, an operation, returned to his family. Q!ty. spent from Wednesday Central 1l0r i,nm wtrdtav afternoon. was In Mr. AC. Acton, city, night of last, week 'until Monday 4. city, is Blllio Ranoy, Master Jnd., a few days lastv week, Davidson and morning' in Hartford, a8 guests of Misses Elizabeth spending tho week with his aunt. on business. Miss Glenn's parents, Judgo and Mra. Wlltfard Lako and Dr. Lake, Louisa SmUer, teachers in tho Hop-- ! J. S. Glenn. 'High School, spont Thanks-'Mr- s. knsvlllo McIIenry. Go to "DEVER BROS, "for your giving in Hartford, with Miss DavidXmas Candles, Nuts and Fruits. Mr. Leo A. Scott, of Henderson, ' Mr. B. A.'Dugan, of Denver, Colo., son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E 24t2 Trices right. was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. O.i I was a guest or his aunt, wrs. t. a. Davidson. . Woodrlnu. city. Sunday night. Mr. Hf inr TLf Fair, of Fair & Co., Marks and family, city, a few days Harrv Hoover, of Central City Scott is a great violinist and will be city, mado a business trip to Louis- - last woek. I Hartford again next Monday. spent from Thursday of last week, villo, Tuesday. Hartford,1 when he will entertain tho teachers Mr. H., C. Bratchor, of Griffiths until Sunday afternoon, in c "Mr in iuu uumuru miAot e9 1mr " nnrnnta anJlanu pupus TvafAloAa Hfftl1flVvuin-s-nm' Cook vlllo, Ark., Is a guest of his niecotho HEATERS, n Plinnnl , til ... FOR COAL rela-,w.v.v. Mrs. OUlo Carden and Mr, Carden, Mrs. B. B. Collins, and othor Stoves, and Ranges go to I tlves. Mr. Hoover Joined her Sat-i,"- b near town. 'ACTON BROS 24t2 her urday night and accompanied Casebior, of Central i iMiss Katio . . Christmas Cigars at , JIM tatjss. homo, i City, arrived Jn Hartford Wednesday Mr. and, Mrs. tCarl. Stalsworth, of! guests of Buy a box for husband, brother orj LoULsvlllo;, wero week-en- d to accept the position as one of (Mr. and Mrs'. Roy Haley and I sweetheart. They make Yeryvappro-- ! Jn Hartford. relatives .! priate gifts. 24tf children, of Utlca, spent from Thurs- A ,' ., tual Telephone Company. Miss Case- ntn Rn,inv in Boys! girls! Don't forget about i fUls th. vacancy of ,I.ss Sadie The condition of Mr. S. T. Barnett, Hartjord, as guests of Mrs. Haley's, fr at w. ..... that good. Whitman's Candy .w.. 1U4UIUU) UJ of whoso Illness mention has hereto- - mother, Mrs. B. S. Ellis, and Mr., TATE'S.- - .Try a box. pa, Fla.s whore she will Bpond tho foro been made, is about tho same as Ellis, winter. ' I Howard, city, last w ported. Mr. and'Mrs. C. B. I Joe A, Tate purchasod tho restau- wero guests of rolatlves noar WhltesMan to succeed E. P. WANTKI on Malni IMf. and Mrs. R. B. Culley and rnnt of Good netaiiinK Rawlelch s ville, Saturday and Sunday. son, Itobort, of Stnnloy, Mr. and Mrs. 'street, and has takon chargo of Health Food Products; Spices, 2 of iMcLcdrisborb, samo. Mr. Minton and family loft.vors, Medicines, ToHet preparations. Bradon. Money to Lonn Low' rato of inArcadia. Fla. '.etc. 16Q everyday ntcessltles usednf Mr. nnd Mr. L.Ki0rfr,i Mnn.inv for w ... in ,...,.,.... ...- - j 'i,v mllllnnn. T.nrirpst iiomnanv! esterest. No commission. G. Barrett, city. Saturday night and whore thoy will spend the winter. , 'mui.o.i 34 v..ri. VnvnmhW knnwn X CLARENCE BARTLETT. 'They aro making the tr(p by motor. ttu over America. No ornnrlPnr I Sunday. 'Att'y. at Law, Hartford. . Cen-.Dond M . Potatoes! price is right. k. Buy your requirements while the We offer you for this week only, m W. . r nice Northern Round White Potatoes for, ul """ . three"'" $2.50 Per Bag 21-- 2 wv l" vr,T Bushels fc ,',,,.. ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. I 1 Fla-Jose- ,,, ,r ... ,.( -- 11 i i1 'H"lA'f a 1 H-'H- - - i'jtwwujmnfJ . . cooii spuing.? "filFT FH0M YLE (ffiKOuTTEg l Belonged to the FoundMrs. Pearl Wilson and tons, Kr.d Bun Dial ThatUniversity Presented er of the guests and Luclan, of Wysox, wcro to College. of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Donnls, Sunday. The Ellhu Ynlo sun dial, accepted by Mr. Cypoo Nanny, of Shultztown, tho corporation nt lis meeting In .Sepspent Thursday night with .Mr. M. tember, hn been presented o the university by the following graduate, The Hartford Republican has made a special M. Tate. In purchasing Subscribe For Your Home Paper Mr. Itoscoo AVomnck moved last who have succeeded clubbing rate Avith the Memphis Weekly Commercial this Interesting memento of the foundweek, to a farm, near Mcllenry. er of Yale; Gnnson O. Depow, 1010; Appeal by which Ave will furnish both papers for one Archie- Miller of BeaMr. and) ITlnrence Y. Bowrn, '73; Henry K. year for the Ioav price of ver Dam, wcro the guests of Mr. and Smith, "08, nnd E. Byrne Hnckctt, '14 Hon., nnd It. Eden Dickson, Esq., of Mrs. Dcnsla Swain, last wcok. Mrs. Uachol Davenport of AVyox, Eden Lodge, Woodbrldge. Suffolk, Engr, land. was the) guest of her The .sundlnl, originally owned by Mrs. Eudlno Mudd, last week -- ANDarms and, his and Hope, of Ellhu Yale, hascm It.coat of a llfcslr.p Messrs. Jenkins It Is the date 1703 Huntsvlllo, Duller County, have pur- figure of a AVcst Indian negro, molded The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest pochased the shop, at this place, from lu lead, standing In n Mr. Roscoo Womack. and best papers in the South and Ave hope to receive with nrms uprnlsed carrying the sition Mr. and Mrs. Ben Woodburn were bronze dial. The dial has never been many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and guests of Mr. T. C. Denr.ls, Sunday. out of the possession of the descendseventy-fiv- e Newspaper. cents cash for both papers. Send in ants of Ellhu Ynle until purchased this Kentucky's Greatest "Malachl," asked Mr. Casey, "can summer by E. Byrne Ilnckett In coyour subscription now. Don't delay. your wolfo cook as well as your operation with George E. MncLeau of the American Universities union In mother did?" group of graduates who Malachl, Europe for the "She can not," replied have Just presented It to A'ale. "hut, mo friend, I nlver mlntlon It, This purchase Is the culmination of for she can throw considerable botth-er.- " efforts made during the last 15 years Old Masher Is tho pleasure of the uuunu'uuui liv Ynle men. Tho final location of the next dnnce to bo mine? Argonaut. I lena m n on "some suitable site Is now being dial s R r.? & A'oung Flnppcr Yes, all of It. EXPLOSION arranged for by llnnson (J. Uopi-w- , repBOYS K1LLKD HV ras: resenting the dnnom, anil the consult-In!- - California Pelican, paper that contains a comiirdiltpct of the university, when A metropolitan daily years of Four boys, all about 14 by the corporation committee plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. age, wcro Kincu ami nnouier shsiu-l- v approved plan. A'nle Daily architectural in all parts of Kengns- - on Injured by tho explosion of a State news from correspondents News. Su.ceetS vnen everything ette fiP-- s. & nilnn nnk at Somervllle. Mass. It ! tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news rcrvou? pro&tjat:&" nnd is believed the boys struck mntclu of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, MarPHOTOGRAPHER WAS IN LUCK 1 remedy, at thousands have t'.tdJicJ. k near tho tank. ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliaFOR KIUMGY, LIVER AND ( . t Action of Giant Despite Unlooked-Fo- r ble authorities on these special subjects. IlNIUKSS TO AVE!) POOIt AltTIST. Baboon He Got .Pictures of it li th- btt ever $oM j Rest of Group. Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with B a drurcj. s counter. of Miss Dollora Angell, of Chicago, ,iii a daily newspaper that interests every memberyou In an Interesting article entitled heiress to $38,000,000 Is to wedLes-- t the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald Foot lii.l'iw-tra- l r Norrls, a commercial artist and "Five Thousand Miles on AVorld Magawant in addition to your local paper. Afrlcn" In the Wide She deher schoolmate sweetheart. is nn amusing account of the phoIf you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to clares they will live a simple domes- zine tographing of baboons gamboling In tic life. bed of a rhor. your remittance. the drled-u. 4-- 4 "It was these rher beds," writes the Order your subscription through me author, "that 1 usually sought, for one Mrs. Neighbors They tell your son Is in the college football may he perfectly certain that In the THE REPUBLICAN, animals will dry H'lison the thlr.-t- y eleven? Hartford, Ky. come thither to scratch for the last . Yes, indeed. irnn Piro;nMt uvneur Olihi County Mrs. Malaprop w. MWVI1U. 1 VJlt4 remaining drops of water. For thu m Dieoolvcu In water for douches ttopp Mrs. Neighbors Do you know nuinosci of nhotogruuhlng this special pelvic catarrh, ulceration and tnflani-ror.tlowhat position he plays? Recommended by Lydia E. group of baboons I had secreted myself Pinldiam Med. Co. for ten ye&ri. Mrs. Malaprop Ain't sure, but 1 In the branches of a withered uprooted C1HCU1T COUHT A healing Monder for nAM catarrh, simultaneously In our country. The think he's one of the drawbacks. QUESTIONS ANSAVEBED tree. I had been there ten minutes, ore throat and tore cye Economical. 0 Am amjv trtKili IkAtfjtvtAff ui Meets first Monday In March, May waiting for the animals, which were lauicia usuu) ucnu.i-- innf nn II fi Dallas News. Hi nlraonSDaiy (ktDiira anj ntnwodUl ixwrr. "" over the place, to ind July; third Monday In September r ru.nJ br I running about all 3rii. iriM. site. l Ques, How many Union soldiers people iraineu iu visiuu ui iiuuiiu kiI. lhl'4llonlii;lCiupur.nlaMiK. needs and duties could develop and you'd set i I'lii.iiwn;.. thiwiwclvp-- t Into a nlcture. and fourth Monday In November: Vlfe I wish, dear, that who served during Civil war are still popular tle my last year's milliner bill j when Just us I was on the point of re-- I utlRc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro on the pension rail? Ans, On June maintain the institutions of leasing the shutter, I became aware of Com'tli. Attorney Glpver H. Cary, government." really can't sleep thinking of it. 30th, 1921, there were 218,775 Glyll a rustling In the branches above me. Calhoun. .. s pricking Tiis tiovf innim-n- t - h welclit that seemed drawing .4 . conscience Hub A'our war federal soldlors . - -. Clerk Frank Black. "ST-.BONES, KETU1WKJ) JO giHNA r ion i ..!.l' uii iiij i.Tmi you, eh? n kp a r utiiu. Jis against 243,520 the year preB. H. Ellis. ""Ais It hnppeiied, the sudden shock Master Commissioner' w AVIfe Oh. no, but I need a newt j vious." In addition, 27S.098 Civil - "3' trniwp.l nif tn olit'llllO the SlltlttCr. With Trustee Jury Fund L. B. Tichenor. An American steamship recently jjat riei,t away, 5r widows were drawing ! ,. the.: the result that I got quite a good pic-rnmnnrpd tn -290.100 in sailed from Boston carrying COUNTY COURT pensions 3 i"t-having hnctlly evnciintpil ture. Then, AOKI) WOMAN LAtSUJUSED who died in U92Q. Largest number of Civil war! bones of 350 Chinese Convenes first Monday in each my position In the trees, f discovered -. , ( 40 i , . 11 o nnv HmoiNew England during the last . ... .....that my head had been utilized as nn month: AUIUlvl a w viiM years. The bones wcro mciosea in More man iuuu pcopi Servatlon platform' by the biggest was 745,822 Jn 189S. Judge U. B. Wedding. for the Immersion of Mrs. Sudan Pruett, bal)00n of u,e company and 'the fellow tin boxes and were destined r V35LX County Att'y. Otto C. Martin. w Hongkong where they will bo burled of Casar, N. C, who at tho ago of wng now qjicaily gazing at me from Clerk Guy Ranney. Qucs.How many patents have been 105 became a member of the Baptist (1C brniicliesT'rg, 'ffitS'1' in ancestral sell. Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: ' 4aken out on the Ford auto? Ans, mm church. Tho agtl woman's faith was 24 patents Mack Cook, Iris Render, George At present time there are United for Shert Skirts. sincere that she insisted on being i Farmer Drown plad to see ye this country; P. Jones. covering the car ... !.,. .11. I.. J .l nnM. 1...1 In Vtirtnilil niirlS flf tllC COUn homo asjn, Silas, How's things in ' Jailer Nat Hudson. pthew are Clubs, A Safe 011 Fashioaed -Nop Yawk? pletoly immersed, oven at tho risk or' try are forming "Short Skirt which ta .to thwar the QUARTERLY COURT Remedy for Worms Green Hustlln', Joshua, death. She seems to have suffered the purpose of Farmer edicts of faablon makers. w"o nine Oues.' What Is the largest living Seven tj.fivareartcontin-uou- i Convenes first Monday In each month. lengtli. hustlln.' Why, the way folks rush no setback as a result of the baptis-.j- fof .l uie it the belt ,, bird7 Ans. The ostrich. ,. a' ;. aroun there, ye'd think th'r cows mal rite. i,it strange that women FREY'S YEKMIFUCE u ..p..-.FISCAL COURT cabbage patch the can offer you. 'should have to organize for the right ',!;. us- was loose in the Keep a bottle alwaja on please", Ques. AVhat kind of paper is Convenes Tuesday after first Mon hull tarnation time. AVashlngton Sandwlchman (on a "wet" sum- - to wear skirts nny length they monhand. It will help keep short skirts. day in January; first Tuesday In ed in making government paper y bloke is There Is no low against U Post. -T' X -- . mer" day) Wot kind o' the litde onea healthy ...,.7' .ilnl-iifnr nnp April and October. It. R. AVeddlng J5D Ans. This paper is mado by ey? and happy. wai.1 that, mister? Jh rt Urt wnen In Dalton, JOcWttletrtutdnjp'or County Judge, presiding. -- a secret process at mills you tell an He s a l arsec Compute Stranger Could Gentleman (cneral tore; of ii your dealer shoe- iET;,i MtteA "Id'ass. hit name 1st District J. P. McCoy, Hartford. There government agents .nn wiin fmt nld fellow Is? I've no Indian, you know a sunworshlper. Uicijuwuj vip ...... would to tho for nn aed 30c in .tampa and we'll top length ns It Center-towKnott, count, pack and seal sheets, flipping ticed him on tho pier a goodlsh bit. aaad you a bottle Dfomotlr. AVorshlps tho sun, ,n ..ii.tif- i iinvlfplit Knvini! 2nd District W. C. Sandwlchman ...rf..0.-llllUll l LAS. DUY. Eallkari. UL samoto bureau of engraving ami Old Lady AA'ell, he has tho air of do 'e, sir? I suppose 'o's corao tre Bci,cmlic in uii'l'. where the people a town v Q. B. Brown. SimmonB AVashlngton where all printing at llmd oted for standard time. The 3rd District iiwmwawaf actor or a poet. to 'avo a rest. an R. Murphy, Fords only, way the avenge woman enn n- 4th District J. our paper money Is printed. In subStranger 'Air! Oh, you can, t go ' ..... i.. ....,,. nil, tunc lu tn ho roil. vlllo. sequent process careful record is kept by that. They often cut It nowa- ' Sam H. Holbrook, HartHAItlUNG AVIMj DE NOMINEE frC,ms Umt j,ie ,1I1S a wj,i0 support Cth District each sheet by a receipt system. of days. Punch. WILL YOUw If any man IN 1021, HOOA'EK PKEDlCTS amg her fellow-womeford, R. P. D. No. 4. j condemns these women ns cowards, Oth District Mack Martin, Narrows TAKE OUR How can I make an ordiQucs. CKOSSIXW ACCIDKXTS GUOW Tho t him take off his coat In the R. F. D .No. 2. Palo Alto Calif.. Dec. 1. nary coat waterproof? Ans. Disand there Pro:ldcntlal can.trlavo in ter. It l more -cinfortable 7th District J. AValter Taylor, Bea solve half pound each of sugar of The American Hallway Association 1924 "obviously will be Warren 0 "" '"' '"" "ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. of warm lead and alum in 10 quarts announces that In spite of its "care- Harding," ft crotary of Commer A Treatment BOAItl) OF EDUCATION should stand 24 a Road pan New water. Solution ful crossing" campaign during the In an Inter- Uh overhead then let gnrment 'soak 24 four Euramer- months o 1922 rail- Hnrbert C-, Hoovrr said Annther eMM.r,Iucnt Iiours; CNSSTfor WEAK Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Masou ; hi- home hero today. I1U(11()l.alS ,8 to i,,. mdo, according to hours In It. Take coat out and road accidents increased 3.C per cent view at Convenes First Monday In evor LUIIGS 01 by that time (1924)," t)m .nu.m,il Engineer. The French "Moreover, lhang In air to dry without wringing over tho same period last year. Yet month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C. Mr. Hoover said, "tho public will bo ministry of public works lias decided or cotton, COHSUMPTIOK. Secretary-Treasurer. out. Any cloth, woolen 21 per cent more automobiles wcro highly appreciative or tho sanity and thut un mental line hhall be In- - ind when so treated, become waterproof in oporatlon, so tho association progresslvo district. The U. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, character of tho policies stalled lu the Pennine Pathfinder. R. P. D. No. G. Mibjcct has been investigated by u down rolit-- t claims many lives. ,. , , ,, u M,nietthat W. R. Carson, VIco Chairman, Hart- A quick paint (or that liccd. runiwcan. if clloj, that will hao brought this country -- ! nrinot In cliol. nicm couchl, . penoo. comumpllon. II II ihacrt, vtik luuct or ford, R. P. D. No. 3. f.ivri,le rt.,mrt. H the experimental EXPENSES through the reconstruction MUST PAY you It coala you nolhlui. e Discussing national rehabilitation ,nstnlmtl(,n snouitl I)r0ve suAesbful It Nat Llndloy, Contortown, R. P. D. 1 FOR FLETCHER'S lock box eio of tho activities ,s j)rojM)bej to provide' a OHIO MEDICAL 00, and reconstruction COLUMDlin rt Stevens, Beavor Dam. I Jesse Brotomurkle. of Cumberland affected by the AVor lAVrad 'zh hetween Paris and St. Germain. It is Otis Claud Renfrow, Dundee. convicted of manMaryland, who was affected by tho AVorld! AVar, Mr. understood that the system is merely Examinations. slaughter for tho death of five-yeaJlKGtiAIt HAS KOUTITXE l,rlal line carried on standards on " Hoover said- old Joseph Kasecamp, was paroieu Common School Diplomas catching up on UbI which u car fitted with englno and For nation is V-VEmounted, und it la claimed Fourth Friday and Saturday In JanFrederick Hammll, a legless man on condition that ho pay tho child's building programme. Tho improve-- , gH 150 mllC8 nn our mothuary, and Second Friday and Saturarrested In Now York for begging, funoral expons s and give tho , r.inc,.j ment of credits Is ono cause and tho , day lu May. To bo h,eld In Fords-vlllowas found to havo flvo bank books, a er $250 in monthly Instalments. nction of the Department of Com Dam nnd Hartford. sodan and a $20,000 ranch In Urotomarkle struck tho child while Beaver $3000 Origin of "Aiizac." nierce in behalf of tho builders in getFor IVachorh' Certificates Third North Dakota. AVhcn arrested ho driving a motorcycle. ting out a building code Is another. The name "Atiznc" was first given Saturday In Mny, June insisted on taking his captor and himin most communities tno uuuuing miiiilcltv b.v the late Major Oliver Friday and AVILUS ESTATE TO PETS Excopt notlco is self to court in a tuxlcab. Pointing of Hogue, who was war correspondent and September. codo Is gotten out for tho benefit , of offenders about to tho contrary the latter ex, given to n motley crowd Tlu dealers Eighteen years ago Miss Ellen the building material " wagoa, aminations will be hold In Hartford Is to bo pushed Into tho patrol . $25,000 In Department of Commerce codo The name stands for OTHER OFFICEKS" ilummll shouted. "I won't go to court Barnard, of Boston, left dogs, two being generally adopted. I cats, two thQ ,n,tIul ietu.r!l 0f Australia and R. P. Keown with theso bums." Having lost his trust for seven Commissioner "A great deal of work is to bo done Ncw .Zealand army corjis, and was Tn Peoltright nil tho time. Don't lay oft --Jcgs from Infantllo paralysis ho trav- canaries and two parrots with tho .... inu Tk l....llnU ."' . I . l.n.. fin i Fordsvlllo. . ! H..1- - uoum ilia in mo sianuaruizuiiuu ui luijiui-i.Innlli days by ""coined uunng .l. ,.,,, innwuim-- ....I. iu the Pacific Coast con tlom .are much palgn ta tne worm war u m n Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvlllo from work for Liv- - Vtr-La- x taking calomc country, cooking nnd provision mat auer uicir keeps yo els about tho when pleasant ostato should go to Mrs. Leslie W. applied to Australians vis- - ItcpicscntalUc Ira Jones, White on your feet, whilorcliovingyour trou sleeping In his sedan, which Is fitted A cat, I better In this regard than In tho . popularly,.. Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl Bond, wife of her attorney, Titltaltt trt tuba iinrt 111 &.... i IUHK "i--"" Hun. out with a bed and kitchonette. " VrtHt tako anything else. You can't afford -tho last of tho dumb legatees, having wn mmw "'""" ' HARTFORD 1""" it. Eliminates poisons, cleansca By "Engineering ProJJcts are going Sin's ASIDE EDUCATION WEEK recently died, relatives now" claim nho-id- , fast in nil lines excopt tho tem and relieves const!nation.t A natPolice Judge J. D. Holbrook. ' Long Trip to School. was of unsound that MUs Barnard ural remedy, natural in its actions, tur-iMayor AV. C. Blankenshlp. fourteen-yenr-olTravel record for its effect and certain in results. 1 By proclamation President Hard- mind and was undully Influenced railroadt." L. H. Bishop, Secy. Krnm- - Council vdh won'tbolong beforo liV.Vb--Z.o- x elrls seems to bo held by Helen Ameri- In makiug the will by hor lawyer. as ing designated Dec. ROCKPOItT completely displace calomel In evert going already Rtff, Itusslun refugee. Since she AA'hnt, Hostess AVoek and called upon can Education home... Children can tako it freely on Robert L. Oreen, Judge. And must you take your riedly left Vladivostok, Siberia, bhe Albortson All you think about Is In with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo ffuar- him lnivelcd 12.000 miles and has not tho state governors to Lee AV. Phorson, Marshall. wife, with you? dear .aniecti. oucanu $1 in uouiesw xsoni tlmulatlng Interest in national edu- - pleasure finished yet, for she recently left the Cooper, Chnlrman.. Edd genuine without tho likeness and sigixaV; The Professor ..tnn 'rim nrpslrtent said: me Friend AVIIo Thnt's right. about sorry to say Indqid', madnnio. I'm United States for Bonn, Prussia, where AV. H. Blackburn, Clerk. turo of I K. Grlgsby. For sale by Literary I must! government and only jilonuro 1 sot is thinking will study. sbo j, 11. Williams, - Hartford, Ky. Ideals of democratic Treasurer. Stllll Mason, democratic educatlou were pluuted. it. Judge. $5.75 Pays For Both The Hartford Republican A CASH OFFER y M. - grand-daughte- $1.75 Louisville Daily Herald You Should Read The Louisville Herald g Ma m i ih aaItt.H rtfp w e. fi.T-.nl- e i 135 c oi-e- r Every Woman IVanH p DIRECTORY oi uj J -- penj-Blon- - Mothers asa ,.. t '' I w .. TT &eft l ',.'? ' gggr -- For tie Children teati-mom- rfw vermini te , leluTrgratcr -- -- .... , - Indl-..t.ii.- n. n Ji-- GERMINAL REMEDY - lo ex-pe- 3siirAU, i JP1 EEsMmm i FORGONE WiONTH Children Cry O ASTO R A mono-railwa- y r- ! pro-Th- o USE LI R-L AX --- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ot Constipation. j ggK, K,,;' SS ",".; o d . ,,, 1 . n 39 0- -- ' w i k A w - MwWlH' U(Mtf ft good DP"' nni n it rULI. mid to do whatever his (Gladys B. Hrowcr) mastor w!she. him to do. Suddenly thoro came a flash of llchtonlnr. nnrt Cana p1. ly Th'o rtudy of nnlmnls to thoo who n terri'lc rrnih. My cousin lock'd' Ih always a fascinating lovo thorn pastime, and It fs Interesting to ills. nround and saw that tho otnpty barn had been Btruck hy ?ovr Hint animal hnvo thulr pecu- burning furiously. lightning and ai Prom that day Mounted Polite. C ,nr 'V la- liarities the same as people. Tho Dexter was given tho nlcknnmo of tloned C0 Mr. ( nn'lf nta instfe tiso of this knowlodgr "The Llfcsavcr.' ..wd'in More Post to L. in performing many of their For Nortn, ii)lracl(, In fuel, they emed to know d coughs that resist orjt ore nliaut animals than wo moddinary remedies require both extcr-- f Ottnwn, Ont. As the rfstilt of recent Wo nil know of the old adngo ern-. nal nd Intcrnnl troatment. If you voynges of exploration In tno North, abutit nmslc having powor to soothe buy a Hore-- j Cnntuln now claims the most northerly of tin nverano heast. mill can ourselves hound dollar'bottle get Ilallard's runa-die- pon olllco In tho uorld Ciulg tlurbor, you Sjrup tho two n tlc tho dlfforent effects It has on you need for tho prlco of ono on Kllsniero Islund, only SoO mile's from tho pole. anliiiulK Kus'.'rbo Salvorto, an old Thoro Ih a Por-French writer, tells us how ho saw sitta TllnAl.. Herrlck's Red Penntr Kl.I . Another new post- ofllco In the north .. .. . '" - !. -- I "v w "i m,( ' s " ' on,ls InU;Voa IJanln ls-- a n hippopotamus swim two miles down'! Cun ' river attracted by a ba,d of martial Drug Co. in Cnnndlnn explorer. WJ. ...... ,v....1 ., music plnyd b soldiers marching during the lutest tour of his schooner along tho bank, and of nn elephant "Ah! Hack from your vacation, Mr. the Arctic. rising delightedly upon his hind legs doom?" An Inspector and sir men of tl at some pleasing strains of music. I "Physically, thank you." replied Itoyul Canadian Mounted police are n The nervous organism of dogs Is J. Fuller Uloom. "but not financial- Crulg Ilurbor, where they hnvo cstab- - j iisiicu a post, wlillo four representaparticularly susceptible to harsh ly." Kansas City Star. tives of the famous police corps repsounds, loud and piercing music ac-- J resent Inw und order nt I'onds Inlet. iniii7 casing iiiem acme suiroring Td llkQ lo go to a funeral this bergonnt Joy of the "Mounlles" hns II' use their distress nd howls at afternoon," said the office boy tb been In the district a jear Investlgat- lug tin ICxklmo murder. liorn blowing or even a fife played In t),0 uea(j cicrj, The Hornier expedition was sent for tho same room with them. ..0h( you .mlUh you? The samo author tells of, a mastiff snapped tho otlur. "Well, you can't, the purpose of tuklng first steps In showing great agitation from guns jugt i)CCauac tho hots Is away you an extensive program calculated to hot off by soldiers In tho street,; tI,,nk you ca do a8 you ko- - You uiuiiuuiu eiuciemiy uannua's sover eignty In the vust northern empire, where ho lay until finally ho hid him- - won't eo " krtown to bo rich In mineral deposits. telf. After a while his master mlss-c- il "No, sir, I know I won't," sighed The vessel carried materials for tho him and went to find him. He tho boy. "Dut I'd like to, all tho, construction of bouses' and provisions for the maintenance of posts. found tho dog had entorcd his houso samo." tone upstairs and crawled under a Something tra;;lc and appealing 'u ; According to a statement Issued by bed, whero ho lay dead, with tho th youthful voice led the head clerk j the Canadian department of the Interior, It Is tho Intention of the governblood gushing from his mouth nnd to ask: "Whose funeral?" ment to establish additional posts year jarr.. by year, and to continue scientific und "Yours, sir," snld tho boy. A stableman, who hid been around exploratory work. A patrol ship will "Mrs. Mceks paid you a very flat horses all his life, told me ho could visit the new northern posts nunuully, iui"t nnd go In tho stall with a horsj tering ' compliment last night, my taking In supplies and mall to the men left' there. A representative of the ulr everyone had refused to go near, by dear." board uccoinpnnled tho expedition nnd ns soon as the Bhe say?." tho uso of valerian; "What did will report on the possibilities of avia horw smolled It ho stood still ant1 "Sho said that I did not look liko tion In the North, with particular trembling and lot the man do with n married man." The New Bedford ence to patrols, nnd exploratory refernnd j Standard. hl;n aB ho would. survey work. iunda-mont-The uso of herbs played a part In some of tho miracle HEAD OF PIPE SMOKERS the anclonU performed with anlmils. j FOR FLETCHER'S Ancient history tells us how when Th uclcs bad tho lions loosed upon him In th? arena, certain fair ladles MAltV PICKFOKD IX POLITICS INCORPORATED scattered perfumed aromntlcs and Mary PIckford, tho popular movlo oils nindo of spikenard and cassia actress, played an Important rolo In 4 around him as he stood surrounded lho iocn! political campaign at Car- uy ine iiuusij iiu.1513, iii'u tu i"v Bon City, NovaUa. Judge F. P. Ut- wonder of tho assMiiblod crowd, tho gan, who granted her a dlvorco from 755' SIX animals cowered nnd crlnped about Owon Moore ln i920f nw.ty un- - for th(J diBtrIct jU(jBC8hip by A. G. him. allowing him p walk liurt. How Incredible It aoms that UnlInrdf who rim on an certain perfumes can turn ferocious pcktora divorce" platform, ALIENS BLAIUI cal society at Norfolk, Dr. Charles discuss'on. ( Expressing t ho hope , animals Into humble slaves. FOR RADICALISM H. Mayo, well known surgeon, of that Radcllffo might become the cen"w I hnvo noticed that dogs, nnlefSi Surgeons agrco that In cases of Rochester, Minn., declared; that dab ter of Instruction in "political econonnd Wounds' It Is forced upon thorn hv "toady uso,' Cuts, Burns, Bruises O. W. Powell, director of- the bllng In surgery will bring tho down my she said: "A general hldo and show great signs of distress the first treatment Is most important, meeting Americanization commission of the Jail 'Of medical cults. "AH theso placo for tho discussion of curren When an efficient antiseptic Is tip ill the smell of cologne. American Legion, declares that aliens cults are clamoring to do surgery," problems arl governmental policies They say tho goats of Caucasus pled promptly, there Is no danger of who cannot speak English arei re- said Dr. Mayo, "which la entirely dis- appeals very greatly to my American nuyono eagerly who en- Infection and the wound bcgln3 to will follow sponsible for 'most of the revolution- similar from their regular practices. patriotism." tices them with tho odur of clnaa-jno- heal at once. For uso on man or ary ideas born ln the United States. When ithe homeopaths began sur-- . Wo have all seen tho effects beast, Uorozone Is the Ideal antisepA huntsman called at the farmstead He points out that aliens usually gery, homeopathy died. When these tic and healing agent. Buy It now catnip on tho house cat. of form large colonies where they con- other cults take it up, tholr nd will to settle for damage done by tho It has always been a marvel how, ! and be ready for an emergency. Price duct all their affairs in their native come Just as Burely." Urging medi- hounds and found only the fanner nuclont Kgyptians worship 30c, 60c and $1.20. Sold by the aniifiurK3L. vat when tho JHH7?Hlfll mi 'Mil 1 fKjA i3mi tongue and make little effort to be- - cal men to take a larger part in civic wife at homo. "Has your good maa m. crocodile, they. Ohio County Drug Co. nod tho Stating that life Dr. Mayo asserted that indlffer-ou- r made an examination yet?" he askcome Americanized. made theso reptiles harmless to. them., I Mrs. Navuer . qunnnsp thnt when t country ranks 11th In literacy ence of tha more Intelligent classes ed. wun Imaglno a Crocoaue, auornca ...i.ii vnu uont. nn " "" vmit rtln tn Will, la Hnl. I Judge Andy Ciiliioun, of the criminal compared with northern European toward political affairs Is a constant "That he have, sir," replied Mrsv " gold earrings and bracelets, sitting '- . -- "" l"c """" division, city court. Atlanta. Ga.. found nations, Mr. Powell estimates that danger to the public welfare. He fa-s- Hodge. a Ydvet carpet, being fed wlltn '"'" me cuy nan. me mini. erand first president of the' Pipe Smok B mings ,.-- v "Rather a cursory examination. I per cent of our people are 111- vors txtendllng knowledge of medl- ,.ve h m,,it...i wine. Tho sJcret was that tho animals were' the zoo, the subway, tho university ers' Association of America, reccntlj terate. The Legion Intends to get cino and good health through the,SUBPcct? real organized by the Judge and a group ol as many Uleratcs as posslblo to at- -, public schools etc "Oh, dreadful, sir! Such langwldgo well fed, and there are counties cases we didn't both-th- ls kindred sptrlts In Atlanta. Any pipe tend night schools and to induce, I never heard never!" Kansas among the ancients which will prove j Mrs. Fletcher Oh. wo visited smoker whether he chooses clay, corn- citizens to adopt others for educa"Brethren," said the preacher. theory. They maintained that'" about those old affairs; cob, briar, . wo Is eligible; porcelain or meerschaum collec-- l 1 4 "let us pray for a tional purposes. would lose. all Its tho Sears. Roebuck plant, and 1(Mn yell.fed animal but cigarette smokers are Official No, I can't find you a, 1lrltfr nnva tlmo ttw nnv nt tnA plates' tlon." They prayed. Tho burred. " ferocity and become nmonanio io " have s0 Bu DeoDle ner a" sor things. were passed and tho contributions The association's aim Is to encourage Wndnoss provided ho wero filled to terJJebs that I can't even remember plpo smoking In the belief that noth cnuntod. As un animal's uruiaiuyj ropletlon. FOR FLETCHER'S D. A. It. MCADKK DIKS Ing elM so greatly promotes peace ol "Oh, Lord," said the preacher, their names. seems to be one of nature's Instincts i "ppjlcant Couldn't you give me-thsoul, tranquillity of mind, and comfort R--' JA "we thank Thee for two dollars and to prnvldo against starvation, this. Tho last surviving founder of the of body. Job of keeping a record' of them? forty-eigcents." theory sounds reasonable, u ouiy ' Daughters of the American RevoluART HONORS AWARDED , Karlkaturon (Chrlstianla.) proves that nations older than wo tion, Mrs. Mary S. Lockwood, of PLODS 500 MILES BACK HOME m IiADV ASTOR AIDS RADCLIFFE nro, by treating animals more like Washington, died In Plymouth, Mass. "Why Is tho Judge wearing a black At the 35th annual exhibition of Collie Sent Away Makes Long Trip tt American painting and human' bolngs than machines, have at the ago of 91. She was considereye?" sculpture Lady Astor recontly gavo $1000 His Old "Family" and Wins ljoon tho ones to work with thom ed an authority on historic homes in Because he tried to Instruct tua held In tho Chicago Art institute Permanent Domicile. to Hadcllffe college, Mass., as a con- lady Jurors that they wero not charms that to ua are. looked upon Washington, a subject on which she io Frank W. Benson, of Salem, Mass., tribution toward a hall for political talk." Judge. as miracles. Our Dumb Animals'. wroto several books. At the time of East St. Louis, HI. A collie dog was awarded the Logan gold medal '7' hor death sho was honorary chaplain- - shipped from this city to Owen, Wis. and 1500 for a still life decoration Heartburn Is a symptom of Indl- - general and honorary has found Its way back, a dlstunce oiLTlie Pottor Palmer gold modal with gehtlon. Take a doso ot ueruiuo m of tho D A n for sho waB' COO miles. $1000 was given to John Singer Sar The pup was but six months ol( gent, of Boston, for a portrait. Wilt such cases. Tho pain disappears In- - amonK tno suffragists In tho stantly. Tho bowels operate specdl- - Unlt x sutcs t w ft frlonU and, when sent by the owner Georgt liam Wendt, ot Laguna Beach, Cnl.. to John Welti' of Wisconsin i Sclmub. ly and you feel fine, vigorous nmll adviser of Susan II. Anthony, It uppenred to be content In Its new received the Keith Spauldlng prize by Ohio cheerful. Price 60c. Sold I home for u period of two months nu and $1000 for a landscape while Eu1U I County Drug Co. ' then disappeared. Five weeks Inter 1' gene F. Savnge, of Osslnlng. N. Y., scratched at the door of the Schnul was awarded the Normal White HarHAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS "DEXTER" dwelling here, footsore, emnelnted, am' ris sllvor medal and $500, with toenails worn to the quick. After Suffering From Many Female Troubles This La'dy Heard of Miss Lucy wAnter know Tho Schnul; family hns agreed nevei OJlvo Ellen Holbrook. "I believe a man should gtv& his WHUT VS DOOES W'EN DE to pnvt with tho wanderer again. Ono day a cousin nnd his wife wife plenty of rope." WHITE FOLKS VISIT Cardul and TooI It, She Says, "Until I Was Well." started to drlvo from tliolrl houso to "That's what I did with mine, nnd Car Hangs on Tree After Long Fall. CHU'CH, BUT BOUT DE frjend, a distance of four that of a La Crosse, Mo. After plunging ovt'i sho skipped," an embankment u motorcar came tt FU5' THING VS SINGLY- miles. They owned three horses rest In the top of n tree. Five pasM'n College Presldont So you want a but took "Dexter," who had saved pOOES IS STOP MEETlN1 gers In the mnchtno climbed to snfe job as professor. OME TIME AGO," says Mrs. took a Ladies Birthday Almanac and llvna fwtcn oilCO by stOPIlIng Did you ever earn E(N PASS DE HAT!! without n Ferutch. The cur wai any money lii your busluess? Uuena McFarland, ol R. F. D. 2, read of a case something like mine. ' I Just III tlmo to prevent crashing with! owned by Eugeno Ilammes of Lc Applicant an engine and another time by runNo, not to uny marked Bostic, N. C, "I suffered a great told my husband to get it and I would" Crosse. ning Into tho ditch to avoid an autodegree deal with weakness common to women, t:y it. going" at a great spood. mobile College Prosldont Very well, you I had bearing-dow- n pains, my sides and "I saw a great Improvement alter the a storm 0." 4,.,K,..,.., & will be glyen a position In our ecoAfter driving two miles, back hurt, and my limbs drew. I would the first bottle (of Cardui), so I kept it up lightning was terrific. camo up. Tho nomics department. Snow Melts From Cross get so weak in my knees I could scarcely until I was well. Now I am the My cousin's wife was vry timid. My picture for First Time in History empty barn and drove of health." cousin Baw an "I will admit I haven't always liv- sland. Into It. He hud no mora than dono "I was very nervous, and could not Thousands of other women have writed as I should, but I do love your Red CUtT. Colo. Snow has so before Dexter began to paw tho daughter sincerely, and it over I rest. I didn't feel like eating. I grew ten, Io tell of the beneficial results obmelted from the cross which gives the Mount of the Holy ground andl then to back. No should make her unhappy, I hope I lliln, and did not have ambition for any- tained by taking Cardui, and to recomCross Its nume for thu first tlmo Ing or petting could malt hlni stand will be mado. to suffer tor It." thing. mend It to others. within tho memory of thu old" did a tuiiiB u still. At last he "Don't let that worry you; she'll est Inhabitant here. The out"I had been trying other remedies . . ., Cardui has stood the test of extensive s. jiever doue liorore ltJ kicked. My attend to that." London lines of the cross ure still discarr'ago, uiid' but did not get any better. use, for more than forty years, In the cousin got Into the cernible, however, from u dlsxtec WARNS MKDIG'Ali CUIfS "Some one told us of Cardui, and treatment of troubles common to women. cldcd what 'o do But tunce of 20 mljh.'S. and i Icuow. Ho left tho barn upoodlly,Theu what it was recommended for. I also Try it. . -J r f ran 'to tho top of a high hill. Speaking before tho Virginia Modi- ho nctod ns ho always did na-tur- ol I'KOULIAIHTIEH OF ANIMALS rny ' i tt, i I US De"p-seatc,- I 1 ,;:; ,"'"" I " ST J i are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. .,,, i BLASTS DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, IIT STOCK. If You have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" , in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. nl Children Cry CASTO R "A Hartford Printing Company ' HARTFORD, KENTUCKY $. - , ( nmitwFnii fKJSfflsa'Jf - n. i ugly-looki- ,aV -- .. '" ' " . -. lx 1- five-doll- ar " 3- I Children Cry CASTO e ht ,e nt ea,-iD8- LADY GOT SO WEAK CQOLO SCARCELY STAND 31 nr r Je 3'"ivV -- 4' i 'I Tlt-Blt- -- -- , lx WtMM&MpMAWHt'Mk1 Miljr' Mf STRAY STREAKS 1 trco lllrtii JUtLOO t-ua- Jrx A .MOWTM RF.MAINS -iwi-i I9 (By Fluke McFIuko.) FOR YOUR On the spur of the moment tho uiulerslgned, or ralbor the upper- signed,, while out In tho "wilds' last week end, In. a combination Ashing and hunting furor one day on the trip, was quietly, with stealth and premeditation ln his heart, with Ashing rods In the boat and gun In hnmla. lpttlnc thn crnff centlv and 'noiselessly drift round n short bend In tho rather narrow neck of a placid nool. suddenly spied what he took to conP-I be a muskrat, busily engaged' ln digging up something to cat ln the waters edge. Up to face and boom choko-"bor- e -wont tho old trusty fouling pltce. Something mado a strange, rattling noise, a bit like plow gear, as the "varmlt" leaped high In tho air ln his death struggle. Imagine our utter disgust, utter and disgrace when we approached the- animal held fast by FOR LADIES We have a complete line of Silk ono front foot ln a steel trap, Tho Umbrellas, Silk and Wool Hosiery, Fancy Neck-Avea- r, main reason for there being only one Linen and ImBoutonnieres, Hand-draw- n tore foot ln xthe trap was duo to tho ported Swiss Handkerchiefs, Stamped Goods, fact that the raccoon had only the one, having previously lost the other Cases, Fancy Towels, Beads, Leather Pillow In Investigation ot a llko Implement Pocketbooks, Novelty Blankets, Stationeiy, Nov-.elt- y at som& time In the distant, hazy past. We hardly knew what to do Blouses, Bath and Lounging Robes and we had a horror of picking the thing House Slippers. . up.as It was rather late in tho forenoon and of course past time tor the - TTr..-.nC!ioiP- - floe? TJom-"tir trapper to make his rounds and fcerchiefs, Silver Belt Buckles, Silk Sox, Silk should he come up on us monkeying with the' coon and trap we might Shirts, Gloves, Cuff Links, Fur Caps and Bill have trouble In making him believe Polders. that we were not wholly without felonious Intent. What should we do? FOR CHILDREN We have quite a number of novWi thought fast and decided on the chance, our heart being right elties too numerous to mention. Bring them in straightened the deceased coon out and let them make their own selections. and swung him up in tjio forks of a bush, with the trap still on his root. Tot? 11 want to see our Holiday Goods. In quantity, We then hurriedly pushed off some e quality, variety and desirability, our offerings 50 yards, dismissed) the Incident Irom our mind and got busy flshlng.when. are not excelled. . In about 15 minutes wo spied the i trapper making his rounds and drawCopyright 1921 Hirt Schiflner & Marx stopping his traps as he came. He ed to talk with us ln u good natured manner, although wo noticed an mark at both ends of We asked; him If he sentences. his had had touch luck when he says "no. I am having a lot of trouble with my traps, some lowdownard guy or guys have been stealing them." wo were 'suro darn glad that we did not put that cpon In our boat aato keeping or that tho (rapper In the local high school, spent the for J1EAVER DAM. did not come upon us while handling week-en- d In Lexington, with their his coonship. We asked the fellow narents. a trap on the sharp point tUIss Frances Hart spent the hoi- MJm c,lff,e Augta gpent Thuday if he had below and he Informed us that he Lexington with her parents, I at Sprlngrlt,B0( with Mr. and M JSfs ia 1 did. or bad had. Well, we says, 3Xr. ajsd Mrs. W. O. Hart. She was Carnati,en 1 aceampanlcd to Lexington by little ( 'Mr and'Mr3. LesHo Leach. ot Cea. you have a coon ln that trap and Its up in a little bush, just out Mws Genevieve Leach, who went toitra, cu t Th.,rsday wlth M, hanging of tho water, trap and all. Ho looktisBL her sister, Miss Alenne Leach, napnM. M. ed at us In a doubtful, mysterious a. stndeni In the University of Ken-tnk- r. Mr. Herbert Stewart, who was tafc and sort of sld'ewlse manner a few well-dresse- d. en to a hospital in Owensboro Wed' moments, then we told him what Hiss- - Tlcss Watson spent the holi-tla- s neaday, Is getting along nicely. we had done and just how we came 'with her .parents in Dyersburg, Shown, of Ow- Mr. and Mrs. It, or rather how we happened I to do 'tnslioro, were in this city Sunday. .We to do it, as we did not come for that Is '? TCis&dVrm'lldu Austin, Rochester, Miss Lockle Austin, who is teach-- 1 purpose. After a few minutes of ap I visitljiB relatives here. ing at Springrld'gc, spent last week well-dresse- d. parent absorption of mind about the 3Jr. llamp Itender mado a flying end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. matter he tbok .on a cherrier and Louisville Sunday. III? tn b. C. Austin, city. A feUow who more open mood. iyir, ana jirs, Charlie Taylor and Mis. DalBy Wright, Louisville, Is his coon, but take Oscar ( Mrs. Ernest Taylor and little son, would not steal mother, Mrs. v&ttSnR her steps i to preserve It most assuredly SfeiVbs. tail-.or- s Charles Lloyd, spent Thursday In would nfat steal his traps aridl we u Xr. anil Mrs. B. E. Allison and Cential' City, visiting with Mr, acquitted, we Immediately stood Abblc Daley spent Friday in m0Il Taylor and family. He f el sure ot a mental charge. one-thir- d one-ha- lf J Qwtcasboro shopping. of Greenville, vory kindly and rather insistently misfl lone Taylor, 13. nail was a thanksgjv- g a rCeent guest of her parents, Ew. W. offered us the coon, which we, with Ray anil' Mr. and Mrs. Hob. Taylor, city. faff guest ot Raymond real heartfelt' thanks declined, for "7 Kumut Hall in Fordsville. mrt an, j,irs. jm Ralph, who have tho reason that Louis had killed seviter, lu F. Allen filled his appolnt-jCe- n during the past ln, Florida eral rabbits of ancient origin and we " ruMt at Tichols, Sunday. fighave returned to their home felt that wo had enough prehistoric nonth Mrs Carl Ferguson and son Z. C. 'j tnj8 cnv remeat on board our boat for the ' ' are- - at Horse Branch, to visit rela- Mrs Ed stewart i3 In Owensboro mainder ot that trip. ' H&- . this week, at the bedside of her son. d friend reOur good and XT. Ed Long, ot Rosine, hasa po- Mr and MrS- - Charlie Shaver, of set the traps he had Just tajca up, blilun at the mines uoar Reaver Ljvermoro are visiting friends and using the bait he had discarded ln J11"-relatives In Reaver Dam. the woods near where ho mado his MvM R AiH.mn. to.ichor in the ilrs. nallie McDanlel and Lee Mcfirst discovery that traps were being Daxiel jjiotored to Logansport, whore Fordsvni0 school, spent last week-- 1 stolen, and, wo sincerely hope that tlwr rfsiU'il relatives, recently. Q(1 ln t0WIli VIth Uer iuiaband. his catch during tho following night IT. King and L. Boono motored to amply Repaid him for all his pains OvnrnUjoiD and Fordsville recent- - MA,.nfAOIS M0KNSIsa and trouble In tho two actions. Wo Iy-' recently' issued loft on our homeward trip without Mcs. Onnnnlngs, of Roslno, was la again seeing our ntw acquaintance. Heaver Dam and Hartford Monday. Alva Landrum, Rockport, to Em325e Audra Hall and Raymond ma D. Miller, Hartford., ' i Hall, nt Fordsville, accompanied by The good book says "By tho sweat George Ashby, McIIonry, to Faul-- ! their nncle, wont to Oluton. Kodaking line Harrfson, Hartford. j of thy brow shalt thou eat thy bread" Tftareilay. Estill Stevous, Hartford, to Vina or wordki to that effect. We.aro not m. i'inori Jfull inn :it Rosine destructively criticising, thoon'e who I,umIot'l attend the baptizing and Sanday nut li I n ri.t... 1 ISnH luyiiu, I,,.....,.- - ........ .v. , ..n penned Hie above quotation, i uwuiui ....! w ll.v .TnnUann u, crv..ua cently. Tho llttlo lady's nanio Is FAIR VIEW , ho had gone a bit further and told In hljjh with both feot on the gas in Lucy Lyim Davo1lp0rt Ecl0lB Beatrice, us just how tovget the meat t6 go that line, as the stuff he ted on was " J"b Probu. Roslno, to Florence wltirsald broad w would have beonr of Tom Poaoh and family, below the crick. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Westorflold Roslno. Farmers of this vlclivlty are. busy were In Beaver Dam Sun- - "romlor, MKfltero. much obliged to him. Wesley Ilotson stripping and delivering tholr tobac- spont tho day "with Olr. and Mrs. Otha rfar rhsUlnB friends. . '"" .""" "'- . If we had known as much last co, aad aro reporting fairly good Daniel,. Sunday, ' lu "u"u nn (Fricm --anolher correspondent.) Mr. and Mrs. Waltor Myers, Rouo 4. was down In the1 week as we do now, wo would have pii'ces. Louis Fulkerson ot Mr.nna Mt. Beverly Moorman, of more to be thankful for, guests week-en- d Mr, R. B. Acton la on tho sick list. uinion, spont Sunday vMth rolatlvea face last weok, yes, he looked like a' had a bit CujutsX Cfty, were In this vicinity. Ho had n crick I that Is, I. D. Claire had) no knotty convicted criminal. ur tbe tormtT's raother,.of this place. STATU HUVHItVISOIt Mrs. Louisa Wright, who has been 111 strung beads ln tho old OF KOIIOOLH HERE In his neck and could only look! string ot Ceutertown, Mr. and Mrs. Shelby-Myer- s spont Sir. Will Igloliart, ot our rejoicing very 111, Is improving. Sunday with Mrs. Myers parents, Mr. down. He-- thought ho was bettor sheet, thut week. In ifcho gaet ot Mrs. D. h. Rhoados, wu Tho Stork vl&fted the homo, ot Mr. skip wo might accidentalover the . alr- - J- - Virgil Chapman. Suporvl- - and went bird hunting about and Mrs. E. W. Wright. aata-rilayand Mrs. Ira Brpwnd recently, aud ly slip ono In this wptk. Taylor and Hon Wllsle, sor of Rural Schools, Department of die of the week and most every bird Jiiii Turn a baby boy, christened Ira Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. Lemon Burton, ot loft sprat Thorsday In Central City, the Education, ot Frankfort, was In fliuhed. not squaroly tn front of him Mr, Clarence Farmer, ot noar Dundoo, Bpont last week-on- d with Louie Fulkerson says a fellow with Carl Coots.f Hartford and Ohio County several and oyer three twt high was from Kfciwis ot Mr. and Mrs. epont Thanksgiving with relatives, near this placo. - days tui week making a toatatlvo 00 to. -- 00 yards away before ho could a bad crick ln his' neck makes a dlck- - Fordsville, Mrs. Llrzlo Taylor, of HopkinsMr. and Mrs. G. T. Tucker, of Hor- He, ons of an out when It comes to drink his mother. Mrs. Isaac Westorflold. la this city, survey of t.ho County's schools. Mr, crank up nntl start shooting. U1, Bpaul tbe week-en- d MV. and Mrs. Wm. Schroator aro ton, spont Sunday with U!r. and Mrs. ing out.ot a jug, unless he has a Chapman nlaus to return at an oarjy never failed to do his duty at moal vs'.th friends and rolatlvou. , the parents ot a baby girl, born re E. W. Wright. Ho was always running' straw or Joint ot cane. time tho. Iviwis Dally aud Watson, teachors date. Xmas Shopping! mil m How quickly these very important, days will speed by. For your venience we suggest a few articles which will not only make attractive gifts but very useful ones. 32-lnc- li, i I -xr ....4- r r Carson (EL Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes give you "that prosperous look" G-- e. I,, .. You know it's a business asset to have people say about you "he looks prosperous;" it pays to be -- Ly-lM- have the clothes that keep men Hart Schaffner & Marx make them. You get the fabrics, tailoring and style that only the finest to can ghre at about less. We can fit any ! 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