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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, having for their opponents the teams roproNitIng the Utlca High School, The boys havo played ono same this' season, winning by 30 to 17, while this will bo the first contest staged) liy ot,r girls. Utlca had good, clean, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1922. and well disposed lady, well bclikcd by nil who knew her. but unusually nnmilni, ti.ltl, !, .n,.,n .......... .... cnino In contact with hor. -- NUMBER ni PIP lLtAu (nr illL ulAliL M4I1C jFORDSVILLE MAN IS HELD IN JAIL EihnIp.V dllTI rn OUlLLn rflllMTlin.1 II SONS IN CONGRESS K.'D BY SENATE BODY IN IIERRIN TRIAL Friends Receive Miss Vlnla Tlnilvno Cnmnn nmt AT. Boyhood a white irnVjohn r.eoffmv Unrnnr.i a,.,n.i,i Honors In Recent perhaps 20 years o( age. charged with their many friends by going to Ow- ! off. Each of the local teams did (Ins forgery, was arrested Elections. '"llM"'' ensuoro Saturday, December 9, whero work lust HPtiflon unit tlinrn urn lliren i morning and lodged In tho county thoy were olned , mnrrlng0 Jud j this The was IV'ialllni.fiin IV, 11 r.,...,..,,- ... or (our upon the teams ycar season Mrlon. III., Dec. 1.1. Tho comnl c- - Jail.Pollco nirestLyons. made by .Chief McFarland performing tho marriage' ...!................ .,, wero r,B,llar8 ast of I John (Louisville Herald) ,Tlu warrant ritcs. tha I'Ctliiral Reserve system to (arm- )V thn iirnuppiiMnirrnwt . 11011 . ilrn,..n ... .i.ji. ,i crs by extending the time limits of Its MACCABEES ELECT Washington, Dec. 9. Butler Countheir s.atemnits to of and w. is.cd b h ty. Ky., will hold a unique position ican was urgr.i i.y Aaron Saplro. REGULAR OFFICERS tho Introduction of tho testimony of affidavit of Wilbur Hottorff -- .i . "'. . laming near mrtrord, on tho Hart- - In tho next Congrs, for it was ,,. .tj-k.1111 , ...... . l(fIJlUrilllVU vuiiiinst .' Ithoflrit thmo ltnnsnn. fMi, " ' i nn,i Kve a rnoci: on "'"i .......,... .WI.U. tJiiu is ...... rw,nhnr -- ,, ei. marketing wmoclatlons of producers homo of three men nhn. The Hartford Tent. No. 09 Knights marked tho opening today of the December 7 for 50 on tho Dank of1 attract! vo and popular with her many will sit In that body. As schoolboys of cotton, tobacco, rice and other of tho Maccabees, held a largely al of five men charged with nuir- - Fordsvlllo, securing-- the payment oni'fr.Pnds and acquaintances. vommodllles, before thiohcnatoIiank-'t,.k- d The , Senator John W. Harrold of Okti-session Thursday night of der In connection with the llerrln amot tho Owoniboro Hanking is n son of Mr. and Mrs.'homa, and Congressman-elec- t in., conimuu" louay. He recoup inst wook nt which tho following o(- - mine killings. Maur pany whcn Im not .have the u. ilyil Dls-of nouto,2 Hartfon,;j ,co n. rantchor of th weniieu lor laim croons an adapta- - fleers wcro elected (or thi ensuing ,At tho counsel tabic sat Edward J. gal right to draw such a check. e , an ln(lustrI()us am, popuIar trict. lived within a hundred lion oi mc eticraj iicscrvc system ' term rards. jUrundago, attorney general; Otis . Following his arrest. Farmer was young man of each otlier, while ConKrcssman- loans to farmer, extending, K. to . Po8ter, Commander; Geo.'nionn, assistant attorney general, SCIlt to the county Jail' In'default of oer their production or turnover n. Williams, Lieut. Com.; James H. Itay Hanson. Goorgn "Carter and C.' $500 to await his examining trial The Republican extends congratu- - I elect Everett B. Howard, of tho First a Ions aml best wls,10s for tho at- - Oklahoma District. UvuL less than ,er,""HI j Williams, It. K.; A. K. Anderson. W. llekauf, while tho defendants' thl3 ornlnK -, tainment of all things necessary to turco miles away, at Morgantown . ,,.. Uo are ngninst any now system cinplaln; W. H. Olllcsrtte. Rgt.;'wero i " h f !(! Mr. Ka- - SIUnc- or agricuuural i.anK.s. P?"C0 "" 0P,n,0;, ' 'or the younS maVrled the county seat. Howard and A. Williams, Picket; J. Bar- - chief co (,. Kuius unusually Hiuuoin . ,..,.,. .. ,u rnnnln reld are cousins, and lived at each. .,u ,,ri-Hu,f ,)0Ur wmiams. F. M. of O.; Buck White, K. T. Cook. W. P. Scober, A. zeu, (or when lb was arrested at the' m urt Federal Itcsnrvo syst-Jother's homes In childhood till they available Taylor, S ..M. of (1.; J. F. Gillespie, C. Lowis and George It. Stone, bank, he was attempting to put thru WOMAN'S CLUB WITH scemrrd like brothers. Thatcher was. to farmrrs. to tap the itornai Mip- - SeHt. Drs. A. H. Itlley and E. 11. Pen-- , Among tho who crowd- - a second forged cluck and he had; MKS JXO II WIISOV almost as Intimate, and tho plies o( credit mid mako the ,,Iuton wero ciocted Physicians. etl tho Williamson 'County three Court- - been successful in . fll Reserve funds available to (armors were inseparable. pror to the, convening o( tho house wero Frank Farrlncmn. lm.-ii-i less checks at Fredpassing two worth-- 1 Weir's store The thm Butler County Kentuck-ian- s, ami mat L(H,K0 a luncheon, consisting araociauons of of tho Illinois Mine Workers, and for So0 and the aecond for $10 and .""lwlH,s,nn "ns tho Inclemency ' ot tho weather a goodly number of will put th m on tho sum- - hzU of ctilckcn. dumplings ami ,.s.nntlnl Oral Garrison, secretary to i'u who are to meet for tho first L. i,e had also put over a bad one for thp members of the Woman's Club time In many years in tho coming- credit ultli oihoi li dustrl-- s. ' trimmings was served the members Lrwls, president of (he International $- - 75 at Wile I Brothers Tin- Lenront-Andnrso- n was I" ,,m "anquei nan. b II attended an interesting session ot Congress, wero almost In parable in aline workers, who took down the Vnunir f.'nrmr u cl,arKe'1 society, with Mn John B. Wll- - their younger davs. Howard Hvn.l In approved in the main by Mr. Saplro. i,having signed tho na,me of J. W. nrocccdlncs in full .. . . t cn.. 1...,. - -T. . and ho said that through State laws "TIGER" TO RETURN """ ""., "'"n uie county seat and his cousin.- - Jotm "' lloslde Judge D. T. Hartwell sat t.,.. ,,...' .,.. ... . . credit associations of .,,- -, "et' SatnrdJr "ernoon. George" Harreld. spent every wlntor as a tho Jury of twelve m in blue and farms also should hi authorized. khaki shirts, eleven of them, farmers, Whon told In tho bank that ho Eliot, psdudonym of Wary Anno Ev-- ( member of th& Howard family, so ho The Hanking Committee session and one a union miner. Among the lla(, committed 0110 forgery and was ans, English novelist and poet, was could attend the schools of tho vll-t-he As Hlilp Slides Clnuenreati CIhh-h-i- I chief subject for study and dls- - lage. When summer came Howard: Into a study of farmers art two former minora. j attempting to put over a second one. From Pier 011 Vojiigr cusslon. Mrs. Walker gave a sketch was sent to the country-anmarketing, a movement which seemremained Murder Held Only ls.siie. j Farmer teloukoned a. friend In Fords1'or Homo of the life of the authoress. ;(lrs. as 11 member of tho Harreld family ed to receive the hrarty approval of Tlie crowd listened In silence as vllle, who told H. B. Ragles, cashier T. L. Griffin, substituting for an ab- - till tho school conimltte members. bell called him backr New York, Dec. 13. His speaking Mr. Duty repeated the history o( the of the bank, that he ould make the sent member, gave a short review o(, tO'town.i ' filiis Appitivi's (iIIiik Credit. . v .. a t ... 11 aim ouuuicu me nknllf irnnil nntl ilint TJn ani rt oil t il Sjla3 ...... .... i"tuu mission ended. Georges Clemencenu, iaiai liernn noi jIarner othor subjects were' vlltvuyfi Tosotli'T. Senator GIiikh. Democrat. Virginia wartime Premier oi France, sailed testimony upou which tho state '"t be held. Mr. Eagles said that lg0 i aterestiugly discussed. . rofrC9hmon,g author of the Federal Ilecrvc Act. fof h During their childhood days the? oj tho 8team8B,p Varla t0. hopes to convict the five d.fcndanii. the only way in which the matter j ere served expressed approval of tho theory of would b , Declaring that the only question could bo squared with trio played, hunted and fil;od to- aclBrlng ho wouI(, relurn Ilg!1ll providing agriculture, as an industry, ,i ...i il n i.nn, gether and often discussed tholr am before the jury was one of murder he for tho man at that end of the U IllfSl. Hill 11111 The cub u tQ meot wth Mr& , the necessary credit of the Federal I Tho nged statesman who closed and that there was no Issuo ln thoJ "no 10. immeuiaieiy ihukb u uepusii,s .. bitions to enter public life when ihcjr . . uienn tomorrow aiiernoon Itesprvo system which other basic Ingrew up. But none of them achievhis strenuous tour with a short case between capital and labor, Mr.J mere to prouci tne cnecK ana wnen dustries arc accorded. He pointed pi,n..i. tii A,nnrin,n rr,.., .,.it. Dutv told nf ihn effort to onprntfi thp ho failed to do that, Farmer was ed this ambition till he had left his KING iMIDKIFl''' out that the present system provides boyhood hi'uc. Now all thiuc aro f(jr ncvn8ted Prance ,a nqlltp mlne of t,e Southern Illinois Coal taken Ihto custody. for six months agricultural credit as nncrB,, , Several .months ago. the report fn1 heaUh ard rar(l Company wllh nonunion men and Miss Deo King ot Dundee, and Mr. to meet in tho halls of Congress. . .. . compared with three months for gen- ., a youn? man Howard declared that theso workers had been' was current locally that Farmer had M. C. Mldkiff. of near that place. While , ...... I..... I n oral commerce. ..-- . ,-i. KIIICU IUC Cn..1. ..l.nA l tl-- j j .. emigrated with his parents to Okla 'l,n rnn ,lo.L- - .n ., loK Vim' Vnrt !lItPKfll 11V Jl mOIl OI llftlAVPPn Kllll UCtll 1.I11...1 1U .!. OUUlll 1VUU1U uc ild the six months nnUh bohnd hm .Mr. oapiro , had gone with a carnival company. December fith. The wcddInK e .and li000 gtr,ke Rympathlzers. pral-took homa, traveling In the term ought to no extended to nine Ba,d that the state, would; It has since developed that this t Mr Duty , rle schooner with an ox team draw- Jugt befQr the pnr,g cast t t, h of th b , , , .. ,.. ,., 11COX periOrm-- 1 t ...... -TT OI a ruse woriieu uy me 1 UUUK a. I'uiiiua. .iu rri ...... ....-- 0 .. nlirht V , " . ,... ..no. v,iioutJ wuuit u,u- "F, IJIO liiuuu "" It 6'"" ,.n l,no n, "b nioauu A- i- ri,.in., iirfr... Pit, -Jnrnvn Ihnt rlnrlnir fhn ....... .nrppoil. nan States uraa Kroner., ...u. , m....s Bon on hotu cheeki laughlnBl. en- - Jng the killings, an agreement had ;nan to secure money from ms tamuy. .luuutu. uupt,al lie), nent citizen in Oklahoma, served oa cd tbe fteg it bad made an Improper attempt at jojning hor not to "dare to tell her! been made whersby those in the Only a short time before, he had .Each of the contracting .parties the state board of affairs, was elected. , .. . ... . i ,., marketing. mine are popular and have many friends state auditor and then oe term In husband." Mr. and Mrs. Gibson were I...!.. were to lay down their arms, written ins peopio to suim nun Tells of Finiiei' Plight. hosts during his stay and leave the mine and also "a man eyso that he could come home. His who, with the Itepublcan wish them i Congress. In tho Kcpuhlican land- o and ne reiurn- 1 hamed Hunter, who was presumed to motlur sent mm slide of 1920 he was beaten but this Suit to Washington by contrlbu- - here last month. well. represent Gov, Lon Small, made ar- - eu to i orusviiie. uuensuoro .ues-er- s year he was again sent back to Contlons of 50 rents to fl fronn farm-- j others at the pier to seo him off , gress fromi the Tulsa district of Ok!a- business men of included Jules J. Jusserand. the. rangoments for the men- - to put up enger. and small-tow- n LOUISVILLE MA.KKOTS leave under Ho is a Democrat. Amor- - the white flag and to Central North Dakota. John Fray, a French Ambassador j homa. Gaston' promise of safe conduct out ot the IltLS' BASKET BALL k Gnrmnn (armor o( Turtle Lake. N. Ca, and iMrs. Jusserand; Cattle Thatcher left the old hornet trade brought TEAM IS SELECTED The killing, he said, of the T) , detailed to the Senato Agrlcul- -' Llebert. tho French consul hero; Col. county. a moderate supply hut market next, going to Louisville becausa.lt plight of farmers !w. M. House, who arranged the' twenty nonunion minora followed. turo Committee the ruled dull and inactive on nearly offered him' better piuspecta than Tho Girls' High School Basket Ball u ciUHg08 Quality continues plain Morgantown. Mr. Kerr, who Is chief counsel of Ho studied and prac- "Tiger's" American speaking tour, of his section. (the Illinois Mine Workers, declared team has been selected tcf the lres-(0Jl- ll Fray told how ho had given up his ana Bornard M. Baruch. airficult to Interest buyers at tlced law there, became clerk ot tho real slato business and gone to I cieinenccau was cheered by crowds in his statement that the defense out season. Coach, Miss MeIson,i prevailing prices. Fair rnll for tho United States Circuit Court, Unltcdt In deciding best Rllt )utcher stock; medium and States attorney, presiding officer only toi,0th on tho plr and on tho ship, as would show that tho killing of the j had the job of her-liffarming three years ago, of n o men was the result of anion those to compose tho team, as the c0inm0I1 selections dull and draggy. tho Panama Canal commission, and out from her pier with ' conw to the conclusion that the Paris slid erngo farmor in North Dakota' has 'her band ploying the Star Spangled "Invasion by armed guards" and that perceptible difference between a very Cow trado wca,.( c.speCaj,j. ctter served also as a city councilman in Ho was elected n mem- little hope of making n living. Banner. Standing on tho deck, he "Williamson County rose in defonse. largo number who reported for prac- claj,?es $2.50K2.75: canners. $2.25 Louisville. changed; tops bor of Congress at the. election ot "We arp going to give up our waved his old gray hat In response, of Its homes." adding that "by this tlco was so slight as to make deci- - (own volirs It, served notice on lon a real problem. .Those compos- - $4. 50(H) 4.75. Good quality stockers November 7. He is a Republican. farina unless wo can gel some holp," Tho Vigor's farewell message to act of ho snld. "From fiO to 75 per cent America was given out In the .form i American gunmen and upon those ing tho team arc as tonows. .Misses am, fecders , nB,,t demand; com-- l Hun-elFollows Cousin. King. mon quai,ty stockers and feeders a Annabel of us aro up against It. None of our of two telegramson? to Woodrow'who omploy them that this was not; Geneva Howard, Harreld left Butler County after boys aro going to stay on tho farms Wilton and one to Otto Kahn, bank- - a safe community to send hired mur- - guards; lluth Tlchenor, Clara Kirk. dnjg on tll0 nmi.kct and ,110ro a ques- -' Miss tion of buyer than price. Best milch his two playmates did. Ho also took: Forwards; Lena Henry. C. They say It is hopeless." or. in answer to farewell messages, derers." u xl ycar. cows unchanged.- Few prime steers "P 'aw, and became the. county at- Tiim'h Unpaid for Thrro V;u. which it wus said wore typical of( Ho declared tlip prosecuting au-- j Howard was elected Captain. Misses Anna Pearl Itenfrow. Al- - cfft.,.ed; prices steady on that kind, torney of Butler County. Later hor The witness cited Instances of tux- thouaands received at tho last mln- -' thorltlos of Illinois were bolng In- -; fluenced by "a private organization wra Stevens, guards; Margaret Car- - ,)Ut gjow and jjaguy on In between followed his cous. and also went to es unpaid for three years on farms mi., I . Thero he becaino an of- composed of men of great wealth, the. ter, C; Lockot Ford and Mary Ike classeiS. i Oklahoma. In his section nnd told of low prlc! Mason Forwards, were selected as. Quotations: "cial of the Federal Court, was uo- mIllinois Chuinber ot Commerce." past year for 5IAY NOT 1SSUK OX Prime heavy steers received during tho DECEMI1KK THE anTII "Actuated by a desire for von- - eubs. and will compose the second S.50G1!); heavy shipping steers, $8 Inated as a Republican for Congressloss than a dollar a fnrm product jgence," ho continued, "eager to do team, provided they don't beat tho $s.50; medium to good steers,1'11 a district usuully overwhelmingly IniBliol for wheat, IS cents (or but As matters now stand we may not ; anything that will help destroy or- -' first above named team too bad in $c. 50(58; cents a pound (or chickheifers, $4.50Q8; fat Democratic and carried It in 1DI8. ter and 7ib -, , (Our C0W8 $45.50; medium to good cows Th'8 mudo him senatorial timber ami and conditioning. ens. H' told o( the heavy mortgag-e- s ifjsuo tho Republican on dale, Decern- ganlzcd labor, the Chamber of Com-- practice, that is'ndvlce, .though . not asked, . is.. to 2.75tf?4: burdening most o( tho (arms and bor 29th. iK 00 far as wo ar aware, ,norce-- Is the.. organization cutters. S2.25ffi2 75- - i" 1920 ho was olecUd as the first. , . .. It tne-- issue 01 unrisuuus ween uu, prosecuting tills case." Watch that quintette 01 biius, tney pnnners 2fflv2. 25: bulls S3(f&5: feed. Republican souutor from Oklahoma. added: Cuiitlnulug, Mr. Kerr ealiTi "Wo 'aro dungerous.) Harreld and Howard mot horo In $5.50(??7; stockers ?30.25; "About tho only thing wo have omitted. It will bo something new 1921. Harreld as a senator and milk cows $15 pen. left unencumbered aro energy and for tho Republican, yet many papers will show that the Hve defendants lu MISS DENT PIUPI'S thruout tho country have no Issue this trial had nothing whatever to do Calvos Market steady. Be3t veals Howard as :i mouther of the House. our wives and children. with tho killings and that tltey wero $9 down; medium 5.50) $S. 50; com It has been many years since Harreld, "What we need is some assurance during the holiday week. Miss Emanthls Dent Phlpps, aged man Our press date being Thursday In positions and places at the time Howard and Thatcher, tho three boy f2.50 fi 3.50. for two or thro years. The Governyears, 11 months and 24 days, Hogs--Mur(airly active with hood friends from Kentucky, havo ment cm give us that by fixing evenings, it is almost necessary that which would have boou Impossible 75 away at her homo adjacent to valuos Bteady lo 10c lowor. Best'"Pt hut thoy aro counting on au In prices fur our products wiucn win wo work on Monday, Tuesday andjfor thorn to havo had anything to do passed ... . tv i minium, n.. 1. in . R.QC " hogs. 120 pounds up. brought $8.40; teresting recital of tho event ot it." us merely to pay our debts Wednesday previous. Wo can inau-'Wt- h ennblo nt., after an Illness of 0110 month. 120 pounds down J8; throwouts. $7.- - many years when thoy nssMnblo unago to lay off Fridays and aaiuruays e. and etnrt ovon again." very Mlssos Loreno Westerfleld and Sal- - of colitis and other complications. .- - . der tho blj; whltu dome ot tho naChairman Norrls unnounced nt the and get out n paper, but cannot working other days. llo Laura Wllllama. students In tho Miss Phlpps was a daughter of thej Sho?J) aU(, i,a,nb8 Supply .mod- - tional eapltnl next spring as momr conclusion of tho hearing that he well miss tmniuiuaj If you fall to recolvo tho Repub western lvontncKy state muio r.njun uuu naruu bors of tho United States Congress. hoped to conclude tomorrow tho tak. .. Normal. I T)l fu'j'", u luwiiiiiiuiu rmftfc.l u fi Aff lllfl orato nnd jew c)milf,cg noted. Best t Vv ... HAMilnHA nuu mo luir.'bs $12 down: seconds $7fi8: ing of testimony on tho Norrls bill lican as of Friday Dec. 29th, you uowiing ureen. win arrive in nan- -' may know that It is duo to the (act ford next week-en- best fat sheep $4.50 down; bucks to spend tho olden families of this section. BUSINESS CHANGE to create u Govornmcnt-capltallze- d conducted Funeral corporation to buy and hp-- farm pro- that none was issued (or thut week. holidays with the former's parents, fvnm ftlir services wore- nftniiiinnn (it ' 52.50 3 m (IU1IIU '! W111IU J HU KHV linmii HTfimltitr nuciitwuu III Mr. and Mrs, Joo Westurfleld, city, Grain Mrs. J, I). Holbrook and Everett ducts. Ho Indicated that ho would METHODIST SERVICES and tho tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 2 o'clock, by Rev. T. T. Frazior. action on Current approximate buying prices Illmes, city, havo purchased tho Cltr seek (nimedlato committor Don't forget the services at tho Hooker Williams, near this city. Burial ot tho remains was In Oak- - carload lots. Quoted by (lour mills Restaurant of Joo Tato and assumed tho iiveasuro. Hartford Methodist Church next Sun wood. aro. churgo. This ts the- restaurant reMiss Mary Marks, Principal of the day. Sunday School at 9: 45 a. m. Sho Is survived by one. brother,! r. 1IASKKT HALL, TWO cently oporated by Loney Mlntou and wheat No. 2 red. $1.40 bu.; PLY BILL TONIGHT Preaching at 11 a. m., ami 7 p. m. Hartford High tchool. loft yes'.orday. John K. I'hjpps, o( Hartford, and Kon wheat o'c Ullt lesSi thu oldest restaurant stand In Hurt-for- d. Epworth Lmgue at 0:15 p. in. You for Frankfort, whore sho will attend a numbor of othor relatives more No. 2 .CornNo. 2 white. 'yellow. 80c; No. 2 mixed. 79c. Tip local Girls and Uoys Hli?h aro cordially Invited to ull these ser- a nioetliig of High school superin- al8,ant- Mr. Tate has not yet decided as to tendents. Sho will return Mls Dont. as she was called by OaU No. 2 white. 51c; No. 3 what he will do or wucr. lie will School teams, will stage a double vices. T. T. FRA55IER, Pastor. her friends, was an oxc edlngly kind v.hlte, SOc. aitader tonight, on tho local court, Eanlcjr Farmer, Sapiro Asks Farm- -' r?mnfkM,,U'a,M1! ,,a.8t ,8Tn ?d State Avers Safe Conduct u t ers Credit At Commit- - rousing big crowd this evening at Agreement Violated 7:15, to glvo tho girls a good send tec Hearing. By Rioters Clunked Wltli For. K'iy; Second Attempt At Same JJmilc. CARSON BARNARD W,,ry .. ZWn m VTT" . w d at-tri- com-,",?- "" J?8" j- - M-- - ,.. n2 t2' X .- ? Fo-ler- - -: ,. uiin jd utiuar rTt ,' '"f.thi ' I 1 "" "'e I ... wi 1 I !.,., ... the-ban- u ..... .... """'''" """" ui.t .... was, " ,. old-tim- uci-uiu- o .t i ; Mld-weo- e av-jth- non-unio- - K i - & ..,.,, . 11. v... ket 1 ijniuer i, i d, 11 - wa-M- 79c; SSFTT SUICIDE BRIDGE JS TRAGIC SPOT Mmhj I.erii To Heath In Solno Off .I'mil Dr Arl Where Napoleon Trod. Dec. 0. I I:- - ii. I Doflance, O.. Dec. 9. Ills $5,000 "An aecours, holp, kL savings Iirvo diminished to $17 imoumI" One , of tho dopr.cjatlun In Ger-'lnwro Ot nry often nn a dark evening nuny of money valuos, and Fred wMfl warning thn old font don Arts. Gruobor, formerly of this country, has 3t It fh fnniniiH "suicide bridge" returned, aftor spondlng flfto n rwhidh wins th Solno, built by Na- years in tho Fatherland. lie Is glad nloon when ho wished to wander to get back to the United States, even Irtwi ih Louvre palace to tho In- tho he has to begin all over again rtltnts on the other aide, No traffic Is allowed on thbt bridge, at the ago of 62 years. inly '.foot passengers, and till Is per- 'I flr.st landed In America in 1888, $3G," with said Gruber. "Two wie of tho reafons why o f.anny unhappy persons choose It for weeks ago I landed again with $.15. ajiirrrplng-of- f place. It Is quiet and chlcaco Hut tho first $.15 belonged to mc, dart., with lltlo to distract tho The same scone painted In oils, Dr. while the second is what I had left lrumghtK. Then loo. It Is perhaps Woodruff said, would cost not less from $200 borrowed from relatives Let us send you the Republican one year for In this country to pay my transportalie mot clurmlng spot along the than $1,000. $1.50 n"hnlp length of the river, facing the tion." The Republican and Daily Louisville Herald 5.60 Utvcly '"lie do la Cite," with the De.p-seatc- d After operating a saloon In the coughs that rcil3t or- The Republican, Daily and Sunday Louisville Herald 7.20 I)Iros of .Notrf Dame and La Slnto dimry remedies require both village of Oklahoma, Henry County, The Republican and Daily Courier-Journ- al darling Into the air. And nrit an,i internal treatment. If you for twelvo years, Gruebor went to 5.60 if one mut die It Is Just as well to i,uy a dollar bottle of Ballard's Germany with mora than $5,000 The Republican, Daily and Sunday Courier-Journ- al 7.20 a beautiful spot. It Is a littlo hound Syrup you get tho two d savings and placed tho money In a The Republican and Louisville Times 5.60 In springtime, when tho ,ncs you need for tho price of one bank, at Interest. The money still The Republican and Evening Post 1lnf KTtvn leaves begin to come out There Is a Herrlck's lied I'oppr Por-an- d Is in the bank, but la practically 5.60 droop down to tho water's edge. 0us I'lastsr for tho chest, free with worthless. The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owensboro Messenger . . 5.10 might, when tho lights pop out, ,.acu hottle. Sold by Ohio County The $200 sent him to return home The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k Messenger form long red and green Drug Co. 2.80 in ou, Grueber said, would have I -p. tihbons in the Seine. The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owensboro Enquirer 450,000 Gorman marks. Hut 5.10 'According to statistics, mora EX.iKEKESS DIES that doesn't mean much, Grueber The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k " Enquirer 2.80 xuvnien than men glvo up their lives' AH .scitUlMVOMAN' added', in a country where, shoes cost The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k St. Louis Globe-Dcm- roUhe muddy rlvor, and they are 10,000 marks; butter GOO marks per Mostly young ones girls deserted In ' crat Eng.. Dt. 9. Once the pound, and a pound of coffee costs Rimsgate, 1.90 or forlorn one?. Very l0ite.ss In an embasry, accustomed 800 or 900 marks. '.'ovb. The Republican and Memphis, Commercial-Appe- al 1.80 &im they touch the water and l0 rcCoIvo tho homago of brilliant "The German lnborer Is suffering life, Is good after all. throng in a foreign capital: In her became then tlrclde that he receives only about sxau then comes tho cry "Au so- - Ia8l yunr8 redci1 t0 earn her )rea(i ninety marks an hour," said Gruewr.v nn s emirs!" which rings as x scrubwoman-niic- se are the ber. "Every village and town 13 wore tlin water on a quiet evening. j,hai!M , tho Ufo of a niystcry wom. printing paper money, and every time uurry out thoy aro ;in who lia.s Just died In this town. Be tli?-- press starts tho value of the 'sealtprtrd at different spots along thn "Mrs. Annie Smith," tho nam by mark drops. Ju'dUs and often thoy arrive In which she chose to bo known, came "The people have lost all religion 'ir.u Oftcner thoy find nothing but here about three year ago and liv- all political faltb and are a disorhaS. And tho old women root tht'ir ed alone in th tiny cottage whore ganized mass, incapabe of being gov- asariu't baskets and pause for a hor body was found, half dressed, ly- -j erned by any party or poltlcal re- on the bridge. "Ah, bleu. lug on the floor of hur bedroom Ahi:i3 now. Th3y have no use for tin. ni Diiin! If the poor creature did She was clearly a woman of re-- Kaiser and hl3 crowd. They pay ..,. . &. ...(..I.... L JVraiiiani..iu HaBHiiKiiiyiuoiisii fjnement and high education. The littlo Itced to the existing Uorlin govs nre not worth It theso days!" incongruity of hur attainments with ernment. "..UiIb mil, but perhaps sho Is better prosTales of Germany's post-whor humble occupation aroused In'MI, Bion DIeu la vlo est dure!" And tend curiosity, but she r- - pulsed all perity and rapid Industrial recovery ;hey pick up their market baskets inquiries regarding her past life. aro mythical, according to Grueb3 and toddlr on. o--c Onco or twice, however, In speaking rec ntly to neighbors, she let It wedded iti.iss Should I5 Quarantined slip that a - Many physicians belbve that any- - member ofher husband had beenoue lie Great heavens, woman! Do Parliament and at HARTFORD, KY. j you think 1 am made of money? mho has a had cold should bo timo an ambassador. got Sho I wish you were. I could sBipi'tnly isolated to provent oth- To the end, however, she. rofused Hoston Trans- 7 xnerribm-of tho family and asso- - 0 disclose her real identity, and in you changed then. zizint. fram contracting tho disease, toosivo police inquiries have tailed crlpt. '3, cohls are about as catching as K reveal it. ;,ia5)ts. Ono thing sure the soon- a three-hoHusband- - Did you over notlco, mysAV MEXICANS MVK parliamentary battle perceptions, which may or may not JjIKH SAVAGES AGAIN today, but finally was approved. j dear, that a loud talker is generally himself of a cold tho le3 Do you Kiijoy Vour MoaN? be final A final effort by IloprcscBtutlvu ilte hunger and yon will look a good you do not enjoy your meals j nn ignorant person? If wlile heore you find a better medl- - your digestion is faulty. Eat mod-- i Wife Well, you needn't shout so; San Francisco, Dec. 9. Inhabitants Tlnkham, Republican, of Masujchu- -' 1CKKUSK KUKI.UX DONATION --w.w than Chamberlain's Cough Kom- of the Southern states in Mexico are setts, ta have the bill lecommitted I erately, especially of meats, masticate. I'm not deaf. Buffalo Express. nij to aid you in curing a cold. refusing to pay rents to landlords; necause u aid not require civil serv-- . A comfiiitluc m your food thoroughly. Lot five! representee the hours elapse between meals and ' Tho Cnlloms had their usual alter- - an Id'al communistic system is being Ico examination for prohibition en-- 1 American Legion, the Society of For- M) ISECOItOS tnka ono of ChambcrUiu'M Tablets cation over the breakfsat table, and practiced1, which Is spreading, because force ment officers was defeated, Mr ty nnd the Hoy Scouts announced Hill, Mint a donation of J1G.0OO from tho ,. CLOSED IMKATE IIOAItO immediately after supper and you hubby exclaimed: "What would you in that part of the world: man's watrte Tinkham and Itepresoittativo Maryland, do It I wero one of those husbands are few, fruit and other agricultural Republican, standing Kuklux Klan for tho benefit of tho , will soon find your meals to tw a real Hoy Scouts of St. Loulg, bad boon m who get cross In tho morning, bang products growing wild, according to alone lu support of it. Otto Kien Ottcndorf Germany pleasure things abont. and kick b cause the 'Lloyd Miller, mining engineer. Just m refused. a norlnrr nvtr nnrlfint fainilv :ir- res- MY OLD I'OUD I'KAtrTKTAL I'OINTEItS coffeo Is cofd?" returned, afttr a thirteen-yea- r 4 e.Jves found numerous rererencf.s to I'Why," replied his wife. "I should" Idence there. METHODISTS UK(Ji: flrrasnres supposed to havo been hu- -' Silrer should ha washed twice !l make It hot for you1." Loudon , "Tlte- - Mexicans in tho states oCl Of ir" old Ford ovrybody makes fun DISAItMA.MENT rirti fcy a notorious oirate named W('c'k Oaraca. They say It was born In nineteen one. I in str"K Yucatan, Veia Cruz and watur' wal1 H Weekly Telegraph KtaxfhM.ker. Kiel, other have returned to the primal life. Bur Maybo it was but this I'll bet, At the Haltlnvore conferences tho rr,rflB Jor further information and c(l Bnd then PoHsheii with a chamois cloth. In this way it will not nt-eDoctor Your huslmtrf will be all' for the fact that a few of them have She's good or many a long milo jst. blshopH of the Methodist church took arm-cha- ir 4fcriiwrtoi con."idorablo ! guns they nro in no whit different Tho Wlndbhield's gone and ths ra- a stand in favor of complete dlharma-meu- t, riKht now. ! eJmthluj: came to the conclusion that frequent cleaning with powder. diator leaks, Wlfo What rlo you iiwan? Yoa' from oniottcred savages, recognition of the ".spiritual ' tht-)arwas burlod tit a point near I, j "Fruit grows wild, and all one The fan belt slips and the horsopour- - values" of labor, unre trlct,od fixpros-slo- u told me lie couldn't live-- . "Orustndt. Digging seretly at this a meal Is do to am going Doctor Well, of opinion and' less wholesale acj)ij: ho actually uncovured a chest- - Three tablospoonsfui of castor oltj him. Surely you I nro glad. to cure need nto banana securemango, andreach cr squeaks, the screws and the nuts cumulation the She shnkes or for of wealth. Thoy plan a of gold coins. He reburled his iol ull loose. In a pint of bay rum, makes a Wlfo Puts me In a bit of a hole. paugs of hunger nro satisfied," Mil social and au economic reform, not find until he could, come to a sutis- - mixed nut I got 40 miles on a gallon of! OnlV In tilt) llnltpil Ktlitna lint In Iho I've gone and sold all his clothes to ler sard". undcriitaiidliig with tho own- - good hair tonic. Ford-driveJuice. When ther need clothing many of whoK. world, and expressed a dcslro often nm out of lu pay for his funeral. Irish World. r of tho land. Kroui various hits bricating oil in remote spots. In tho pious lu thu rural districts sim- When I can'f get as I burn kerosene! to with any other religious or (vidoncu at hand ho is convinced cr.mk-cahomo on l'arls green.jor social body working for the same "Don't you miss your husband ply havo their wives make gras.1 And I've drlv-erJsat stmi pirate other than Stort- - such an tuneigoncy fill the She has a jattle In front and a grind .ends. with water until oil flows out very much now that he is u traveling lcouts, which article or dress is "jn'c.'fcnr hid this Xrcasuro. IIo Is --- In tho roar; ly generally worn now. Taxes aren't seeking now to discover of tho top potenck and In that way 'krroforu you will be able to get home any- "Oh, no! At breakfast I Justj lm'd. because thu people haven't nny And a Chinese puzzle for a steering EDISON FliAYS COLLEUE MEN of that buccaneer's be hldlug-iihtc- o gear. . whoro within a radius of I0 mile stand a nowspnper up lot front or a money,, and because the school teach-plat- o Tiasrd. A peanut candy greatly rvliahcd Addressing the, and half thu time I for;et ho.ors aren't paid there are no schools, Her colls -- re dead and hor plugs undergraduates, Mill, r added. won't fire. of l'rlueeton university, Thomas A. by children is made as follows: Iut Isn't thero." ' Miller declared that Obrcgou was And her piston rings aro baling wire. Edison declaim! that he disapproves two cup.i rf sugar and one hat cup veiy friendly toward tho American Hut in spite of this sho pulls me thru of collogo men because they object of crojm in a skillet and stir until liOOTLKUUElt LLM'Li; l'OK INJUUY government and that, while there And that's about all any car can do. to work, especially If tho work Is well mixed, boll until candy fonpts a For Infants and Children d w re frequent cars thoy glm you dirty. Most ot his employees, ho of Comsoft ball In tho water. I'ush skillet to For Over Years buck of stove nnd add nm) heaping Tho supremo court of Wisconsin munists in tho larger Southern Mexi- With tools. says, never wmt to college and those Always bears wero safer than Some i xtr a parts nnd a book of rule college graduates ho does havo show 0 co cities, Americans teaspoonful of peanut batter and u affirmed a lower court award of the Home wire stretchers and a pair of a lack or Imagination "and never damage-- j to Mrs. Ilolon Siaith- - thoy have over bo n. littlo vanilla flavoring and heat until Signature of . shears make suggestions which might lead cruamy. Pour candy into a butter- - rs, of FontL du Lac county, for In Are all I havo carried In 15 years. to Improvements in their departjury to hor husband ceelved from ed pan and let cool. 06.1.1 OT HIOTWiKiU'l! . e. And if I live to see thu day liquor Hold to him by a bootlegger. ments. Hu snya wo havo enough FOR FLETCHER'S OF CHICAGO SAND DUNHH iirt, I'KMI'LE AT WASIflNdTON Tho court htfld that an Individual In-- ! Slid falls to pieces like tho ouu horse 'wye-'s- , doctors and literary mon tJ shay. J it rod by liquor sold Illegally may re and need more m.en with technical . hugo photo- Vhlcngo. Dee. P.- -A Tlu, (il)lu.ral (ir!lmi chapter of tho cover from tho dispenser. If old Hank Ford stays In tho ganio, training. "Thn main quality for ra.pb, ninety-si- x feet long and ten onll!r ot t,0 Eaalorn Star aiipropriat- AI'l'OI'ULXTION VOIt I'll buy another by thu uamie dura success, in my estimation," ho hays, by TltEASUUY IMKSi:i) rVri ulde. was coinpletod miYS I'AllT OF TKl'.E name. u ?Lr,00O ilH tll0 uclou8 of n fundi "Is ambition with tho will to work." Hr. Frnuk M. Woodruff, curator or flll. tll0 ort)Ct r u 1,500,000 tem- o rw Chicago Aoadomy of Schinco In ))lo Washington, Dec. !). Far In ad- UAKMONY OF SCIENCE A New Jorsey nursury recently al VVai,hlnf.t(m t0 w usc,i ;,.s an CONDEMNS SEX LECTUUES AND ItELIGION JAiii'iiln i'ark. interuutloiiiil headquarters. No plana paid several thousand dollars tor a vance of tho luuul time, the ilouso Tho pleiute. believed to bv tho wl)ro , ,,0 , ral!t0 lho rumili,ier of alnghk branch of nn applo tree. Ow- - today passed tho Treasury npproprla- Kov. John n. Croeden, president photogruph ever made, Is a , r11 lion bill, the first of the big supply Dr. C. I Stelnmotz, tho famous ot Georgetown nnlveriltv Wnui.i,,... (lll ,( (h rp,)(irta tj,at the lug to its superior fruit this particu vniwimlc view ot tno luko .imitiiaii otK.inizaliol, may iovy a assussmont lar branch will bo left on tho true, meamiros. It carrlul fl 15,000.000 electrical expert, of Schnoctady N.J lim dC,areb lh.u thuro g no Y iirami jn.muary. inn., to tno noun- - (,r ?, miidt. a church address In which lu this country for the largo group .jBO.OOO murn- - nnd buds Bold from it for grafting ot which $9,000,000 will ho for oacl llt ,u hihltlon enforcement. ho pointed1 out that "tho conceptions of women who seem to havo a morin v.tiTtmlty or t:hie.Ko. it is tint- - j)HIS . ,n t. Tho measure was passed without a of physical science aro Incompatible bid deslio to write uml 4 Jn natural colors and will hu Itcturo ou TO TEST ETIlElt ItHHITS KOVliri' AGENT CONVICTED ir bf four phedographs forming a' record vow nnd virtually without with tho metaphysical conception of the Htibject of sex hygiene. Tho only exhibit of birds, iJ:fi)i)iinil for tho On persons fit to change, thy ot.ly material doparluru God, Immortality, Infinity otc," advlso children on such It Is subjocts, sayu Edward MeWilllams, of Dwlght, from the! commit: o recommendation that very account, ho tnld, Joaoph Kowulski, supposed secret .uldlltfe, Does nnd flowers comimuu Uov. Unedon, nro tho agent of tho soviet spy system call d III., has usked the circuit court to being lu ho elimination of the up. wrong for rtllglon and sclonco to re- - parents uml j fhri'Uhlnago region, the family physician. of! (ran! each other ns enomloa; rathor, Dr. Woodruff, who took tho or- - "Choka," was convicted by a Now define what right ono person has ov- - proprlutlon for an alir.il plMtos, immborlug sevorul bun- - York Jury of gaining false entry into or another In occupying tho othtir tho Treasuiy. Diner This ham's bad! ho said, thoy should work as ullloj A provision of tho bill authorizing in tho great causo of eternal truth, ired. "hull to develop now uiuthodR the Wultwi titate after h had hton with radio mowagos. Ho ulloge that Waltrshs nubhlsh, it wna only Hu was sentenc when uolghbor UorRinau operates his tho Ilureau of Engraving to Install ltellglon, he added, mubt nlways be cured last week. nit Kittpmnt to flnlih the. giguutie dopnrUd in 11)21. ;iriHi. Thy mHlutivoii were a Morlus, ed to uim year In Atluntu pqnltu 8 adiuK set thu rocuivlug survlco ot power presses lu order to rcduco the (a question of faith, of belief; while Dlnr Woll, it must havo had a, ' . over 20 radio tans Li Interrupted. us Qyr1Ki(liK tlm oiH t, rhlch tlj,ry. number ot plate printers resulted In sclonco Is u matter of reasoning rolapig! Tiotp ail Trl, -- i .! Inches to wcro enlarged from lu-- ii itei, largo roiia 01 photo graphic piper b.lng used In tho process. of tho huge The development prints was Impossible In the regular photogrnphlc traps. An assistant wearing rublrr Doots spread tho developer on the oxposod paper with a ihop. which aro The photograph, scientifically moro accurate, than nn oil painting of the same subject wotu ll0 1)rt Woodruff declnred, cost lrst than fioo. Tho tinting was ,ine wtn transparrnt oil cotor8. completed panorama shows tho famoll3 iI1(uana dunes, the sluggish Rlvor andtho Grind Calumet swam,,9 and swale stretching around tj,e cxt'tcrn and southern environs of 8-- LOSES HEAVILY IN GERMAN BANK HnliMiicKcrprr Depowltcil 95,000 In Homeland, Now Equal To Only 917. Clubbing Jk tLOL wy $ ia - The winter days are upon us, the nights are long, opportunities for reading are greater and its a mighty good time to procure good reading matter. cxter-Cbapol- le Hore--thtna- x: reme-fairlnn- ttc-hndow- s pur-cha:- I me-save- -- -- mo-mp- hi Republican. If there is a magazine published in the United States that you wish to subscribe for we can get it and save you a bit of money, in connection with The ll-- These rates apply to both advance renewals and new subscriptions. Send cash with order to ar -- THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN e.f ur I . . s.w.-p.h- j d .fcu-iur- y sr fair-man- ?" . I J CASTORlA 30 -O" kUse mass-metin- gs high-price- J m&, $3,-E0- -- Children. Cry CASTO F rn-mill- ' rot I ti. J undor-secrota- ry I K Bcaa'fl: Qz Penny Wise n$ Pound Wmtiltelt "GREAT DIVIDE" TO' REMAIN IN NEVADA "ItaKTi; Cry if ura d l'rcilo,m" Kit IN. HUH Hennl in thr Ir own Internals to get In touch with the departmont so that they Tmiy get tho full benefit of tho market news service. I Don't think because you can get a big can of Baking Powder for little money that you are saving anything. There's Only One Way to Save on Bake-Da- y, In Kcno; Ilffort, To Chnn;;o Iw $100 DIAMOND IN CHICKEN Children Cry for Fletcher's SSSSSSSSSSsS? Use The Economy (oakihq poworxq I ALUMET EfMilNG POWDER n rmllt K l Mi c iMIMFT 8T bin P.xxvinyt V ttXTINtlH of a cent for each baking. You use less because it contains It costsonlyafrac-tio- more than the ordi-nar- y SSSn Lxvy "" strength. leavening gy are over 150 co greater BEST BY TEST The sales of Calumet than that of any other baking powder. URSOLIC. POWDER ' Houston Post Bryan says tho Democrats havo agitated tho most important reforms to success. Yes, e but In doing it wo agitated ourselves Bird nnd batR are tho only ver- out of office, and what is success ' Btftt In grading up the native stock flight) flying capable of by the tiso of superior siros and soll- - tebrates without office. -rqulrrolH, lizards, enakes, fish and The Kind You Have Always Bought UN CttlP hl(c ur product for beef. rUKLtU by groat moving thru the. air THE CENTAUR COMPANY NCW YORK CITV. Syracuse Officials ot the ranch In charge of lcmnrs She's n kaiser- Irl-- li ring l'l As Kitc State Tul.cs breeding oiiorntlcins have roportcfl swooping lio's a kaiscraiit. o-Offlrlnl KxUlenco Willi-OJholr experiences to the drpartmnt as LOW WAfiK I'AVOKS Pomp. n contribution to the "Hotter Sirus Vancou r Province Turkey's KOU rXSKIl.liKll Bettor Stock" movement. Ths- quail representatives at the peace conferLondon. Doc. G. An historic privy ty 0 lno calf crop this year Is re- Dr. H. A. GarfUld. Tioart of Wil- ence appear to be all gobblers. noticeably better than for counrll held In Buckingham Palace ported liams college, Mass., made tho startthis mornliiR doalt chiefly with the any y,,ar jn the past. Kansas City Star Tho Bergc'rs, ling sta:emont that unskilled laborers . establishment of Ireland, as an ln- enough to sup- Ham, Llin and Vic, appear to have should not be paid King, ('litiintir.i lulu's Tablets. commonwealth. dependent argues that neith- a strong hold on Milwaukee. are Intended espe- port a family, lift George signed n proclamation giving These tablets er society nor tho unsklll 1 worker effect to the now Irish Tree State cially for indigestion and constipa- -' A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Llfe senatorial elections aro appointing tlon. They tone up tho stomach and himbelf has any need of children; all over but and also a proclamation the Investigating. that more than a bare living would Timothy K. llcaly an tho first Gov- enable It to perform Its functions opportunity to iinfurally. They net gently on the rob sttch a worker of ernor G neral of Ireland. Kansas City Star What the better his condition; and that If he liver and bowols thereby restoring -this year is an open wishes to marry, his wHo should hove Dublin, Dec. G. Ireland took hir ti, stomach nnd bowels to a healthy openly nrrlved at. to aid him while he educates himself place today among alio world's Coin- - condition. When you feel dnll. stu- rut. The Provisional Gov- - j,ij an,i constipated give them a trial, out of his unskilled e lnonwcalths. . Now Haven Union It Isn't hardi ceased ttiY0U aro certain to be pleased with Largest Morning Circulation eminent and Parliament to love your neighbor unless ho FOl'XD WIFE'S 3EWKI.S in function, their plan? being taken by their effect. greets your best jokes with puzzled of Any Kentucky Newspaper the permanent Parliament and Cabl- After taking a dip at Bradley and innhappy silence. nut of the Irish Free State antP the itUUMN PAUI'KUS Herman, GreenRULE WORKHOUSE Beach, N. J., Robert now Commonwealth being formally Washington Callfornlans Post wood, Miss., shook his wife's bathing proclaim, d as an established Govrobo which he had Ttorn from the are surprised that Chile has yet to Dublin, Dec. 9. Tho Board of ernment. dressing room tq rid it of sand. Just call her earthquake a big fire. Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation. The provisional rcglmo which ceas- Management of tho Wexford "Workits then he noticed ou Ihe beach n powpauhouse Is In a peculiar crux. Tho essentially a newspaper, intent upon giving news ed to exist today had such full Boston Transcript It has been chamois bag which he found to coners that the nuw ouo lnauguratttl pers have, gone on strike, because matter first consideration. tain a number ot Jewels. Ho turned rather a painful process to got tho marks but little chanRe except In they don't get their breakfasts serv ' find" over to tho police and Irish constitution in order, but think the nany. The programmo of tho day ed In bed. The master of the work went Maintains its own news bureaus at Washington and home. When he casually men- - of the flno time they will havo provided that tho Parliament moot housa informed tho board that all wife he amending it! Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. ceremony, and tho ne'er-do-- female, tioned the incident to Ills ells, mnlc and at B o'clock without They wero jewels, valutd memibers had taken tho; from nil over Ireland aro flocking fainted. aftor Its Toledo Blade Much of tho food at $8000, which Herman had given With important legislation coming before Congress oath, elected a Speaker and nominal- - Into tho Institution. Their conduct Tho for thought that Is offered gratul- and forgotten. and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The Courier-Joorder of tho day! is terrible; they refuse to obey tho her lone befoie ed a President tho t! tously Is indigestible forgetful husband went off urnal called for tho naming of tho Kxecu- - officials. They leavo tho housu at is the daily newspaper you will need. tho police who returned the trln President, with a any time of tho day or night they to ttvo Council by the Boston Traveler Tho telcphono Is kets to him nfter ho had convinced the worse comniltteo ot tho Parliament nonil- - like, returning ofton-tlmo- s of the truth of hlsstory. still useful for calling up a friend to nntlng tho other Mlnlstors, thb ar-- for liquor. They rofuso to get up in them & say you are sondlng him a message with By special arrangements we aro now rangemonts amounting simply to the tho morning unless supplied XOT A DAlitV. able to offer by radio. al- - their breakfasts In bod. Tho officials confirming In office of tho men COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY had to imke tho beds, ns the pnnpars ' Inquirer at The Hotel. Bureau ready thoro. d ra Detroit News rofused to do so. Tho uvaster said he Can you toll mo If Miko How has AND dio stations are- being built In many had twenty men watching ono of tho arrived horo? Kpleudlil Cough .Medicine. places In Huropo, and all tho contl-- ; THE REPUBLICAN "As I foa that ovory family should 'inmates to stop him from stealing Hotel Clerk What do you think uont need now Is a little good nowsl medicine things from the institution, yet they know what n splendid ' is, a cattle slid? this U broadcast. Both ono year, by mail, only 5.1.75. r Chamberlain's Cough Ilemedy is. I were, unable to doted lilirn, tho he my tables, chairs and bedding out took am only too pleased to rolato This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions Provfdonco Bulletin Tlmo now to and only wish that I had and sold them In tho town. worry about tho high prico of turFOR FLETCHER'S only to people living In Kentucky, Tonnesseo or o-- e ago." known of its morlts yon'rs Indiana. New key or tho low prico if ono happens may. if desired, start at a latter date, writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Sta- 1IKAUT BKATS AT'lEU 'DBATII" and renewals will to raise tho birds.o- date from expiration of present ones. tion, Mo. "I glvo it to my children -- : MAICKKT ItKPOHT SAVKS Physicians rofused to sign a death when thoy show tho slightest sympIt you prefer an evening newspaper, you may MOXKY I"OK FAKMKItS Boston Horald A load of coal substituto Tht Izatte toms of bolug croupy. and when I certificate for Louisville Times for Tho Courlor-Jourun- l. nowadays draws bound across town of Hcd'ondo, Cat., becauso lungs a have a cough or cold on tho Sond or bring your orders to tUis office. 'Wo wero glad to publish your bul- at many eyes as an' Very few dosoB will rollovo me, and thy said her heart continued to beat letins that gavo market conditions load of unbaled hay, . got normally for 40 minutes after she hv taking It for a few days I soon Miss McCamon to fanners and savul tho farmers in stopped breathing. rairni m rnriTMnnrrnriMTniiiMi rid of tho cold." Telegram Springs A from $G0 to ?100 por ton on their Colorado ansa (Hell aftor a brief Illness. IIIIIIIHMM IIIIW.IMMmiMiii broom com," til editor of an Oklaho Harvard piofessor says nervous pros-- j VMHUDA HANC1I IIHMOXSTItATKS mMiu.a,uei ma newspaper recently wrote the U.I tratlon Is a luxury dlseaso. Tho poor thoy aro looking around for a leader, was hopeless. VAMTK OF SUPKIUOU SIKKS 8taH of Ohio, City of Toledo, Thon a rcori S. Hopartmont ot Agriculture. . Lucas County, es. ou wuimiis. , musi , in bcems 10 n mo taio or tne uomo- - told him timt i. Fr&nlc J. Cheney m&Jcej oath that he to wero The. bulletins referred crats to havo either a leader and no his Ipl--s .. ... .. lfu'KB,CUi By tho use of selected bulls of su- la senior partner of the firm of V. 3. Cheny & Co., dolni; buaiueM In tho City weekly reports of tho quantities of Washington Star If all reports voters or voters and no leader. . wop ,. . " ,?-- , ,cso hls wI perior quality, an extensive ot Toledo. County and Bute aforesaid, brocmv corn In storage, and ot gen-orabout sinners are. truo it looks as it hlmsolf. Ho was a(ivjse(i to say- - Uk- ranch In contral Florida has in- und that said Arm wilt pay the sum of ONE HUNDHBD DOLLAH8 for each market conditions, issued by tho old satan Js going to have his trouweight of its calvos by nnu every cato ot uaturrli uiat cunnot be creased tho Miami Horald Thoro aro 25,000 worn8 "Jly Jnors nro coming toget?k- in tho e yHALWjATAKnii depaitincnt's representatives reports bles with tho housing problem. from !10 to HO per cent ovor thnt ot grarto crossings In tho United States. er'" 2C t,nuB every night for 1 territory. Tho same ago. Start- - .Sworn to before me 'nnd ojbRcrlbeil 'in broom-cor- n natlvo calves of tho "'sh's before going to bed, and uw yet " Provtdonco Journal Moro than.I A few of thoin havo not ,.. boon tho assured tlmi nnnn ... i,i.... .,. ",""v'' indicated a ehortngo ot stocks In ..,.. "." r.?'"' Si ofi nun .n nrrnriiinir n w. 1.4vi! . .. i.... .... . TV rl -"' B,:u"u ol " .i " urcineni. "" l" ""'"B tho 19,000 persons died ot snuko blto In Notary Public. V, Ward, u former employee- of tho (Seal) Cntarrb Mnllrlns Is tnltcn In- northwestern Oklahoma and morning his logs would havo Hill's refused to stll at the low India last year, In splto of tha fuct ternally und 0(1 , United States Departmont of Agri- tho Mucous nets through the Wood on farmers normaIcv I pun... ui. I f i.i.m mil in.fiiu .. I.. .1.1... -Snrfacta of the SysUtn, Sond prices bid by speculators. The result Al.. lin iiu xaiu uiiiuiiiuucui J 111 iiiui I Tl, v,... , liiuru inn n.iiiiiiin..-i- i null lirjk culture nnd now associated with tho for testlmonlnls. free. " man put hfs wflt I crop at prlcos country. was tho sulo of tho F. J C'HBNRY & CO. TolcOo, O. "to tho task and consclontlonsly ranch, tho owners have improved Hold by all ilruct'lr.ta. 75c. more, in proportion with actual supplJU for cuistlratlon. broodHull's Famllv was clulmcd that Miss Ruth rted out directions. both typ mid quality. Tho ronenMnr- - t(V. --- ..,... ...... , ply nnd demand conditions. 4 jjuuim u r nuH iiom tiuy ti..... ing operations Involvo tho uso of i Huiuiii, u. i.MiuHoiu.Yii, m,i. ...t. "tiuuuo, .uy Kneos aro comlnfr uuiu, nuu ot Agrlculturo h best Judge of ushrooms Uvea , Tho Department DAIlK POOli BUYS UOMK. more thnn 100 purebred bull and u folr fcet nno ,nchcg ,aUi ,g th(J Kelh)r.. 25 uight foS Hopklnsvlllo, Ky., Dec. 5. The now conducts a market uowii sorvluc-o- In 'ioledo. Tho poorost judgn of .mRllMt RCi10oltencber In tha United nlno ,1 ,...-.- . of stock. n nleh. total of about ao.000 head question of a suitable and udequatu all leading agricultural commo-ditto- s, them doosn't llvo any place. ., .... . ....... , ... ,. ... States. ,,, Min .tttir, .w.... nf nn. th .mnr ...... umi.wl luiu rtjiaaie.i. rr-- In tho absonco of n sufficient num t. uiftIncluding hay, grain, feed and carefully so- - building in which to houso tin hoiul- , i,n..,r. khiB, Mo., not to bo outdono, pro- - sontonco CO times. Lo ber of pur bred bulls, quarters huro of the Dark Tobacco seed, fruits and vegetables, live stock Washington Herald We nro of "jsonts Miss Mary Morrison, who Is on- - whon ho awoko tha following- - ruarv-- -looted crossbred and high grudes aro i nnd meats, cotton, and dairy and ton led to wouder how .IOuropa man Growers' likewise used temporarilyiy iiiur icui uigiu uiiii ouc-uu- u iiiuiius ing no was A corps ot trained aged to get along without America's d Tin. rnneh raises uimroxlinatoly 90 was boiuuu mis uuernoon wnen mo poultry products. shoos. tall In her --building at Main and Eleventh stroets market reporters aro located In the help before America wus discovered. of tho bulls needed and the Wheezing In tho lungs trnfltap's nitty Is improving from year to was purchased from tho Elk Brand field and at lurge market editors to TOO MUCH WILL I'OWKIt Ovorull Company. that phltKm Is obstructfnfr tHe atr- Forbes Magazine Look jiIU ad. Tho. report conditions, and tho informa- v ar Tho breeds of cnttlo r.ilsud Shirt und dispatched to For that purpose aro your eyes In iiaMUBBs. jiuiuru's Horohound S. Shorthorn, deal has been ponding for sovoral tlon Is Immediately Includo Abordeon-Angiiuuyn, uni. inu lust uuLutjea tvui-- ii.ib iuiiiiura iiim iitu ii.itiu uj man, iuiu' the front ot your head, A man who was so unfortunate us i"P loosens tho phlegm t thxt f A mill BralimailH. Hereford. It graph, tho press and radio. - ...,u...w .!.. .11. jf t ml iitifll tlila nfliiPtmnn had sought can bo coughtnl up an to ho terrlby li rd of purebrod cows was rccuimy .....r..k.. Kansas City Star Now that the surgical advice tvervwheri', uut to 1'rKe 30-- , C0o aud $1.20 'Know your market" Is tho dechiefly to ralso purobred Is reported tho purchase prico was acquired partment's slogan. Farmers aro Democrats havo won au election no ava.l He wus told that his ca- - Sold by Ohio Count) Dru; con- - ?56,000. bulls, but tho malu operatiotu yLE WOmJP'g GREATEST Hcno, Nov., Doc. 0. Now thnt of Slclnl roturns hav d 'finitely decided tho failure of Bishop Goorgo C. Hunting's inlllatlvo incasuro to extend the titno nccrfiaary for a R no "liberty bond," mcmliors of the local divorce colony aro busily engaged In writing letters broadcast to tho four cornors of tho earth, telling tho Joyous news. They aro not depending upon tho regular news channels to carry tho glad tidings nnd many stamps havo been licked nnd telegrams sent to carry tho word thnt Nevnda Is still tho "game preserve" of thos who seek refugo from tin slings and arrows of "outrageous" matrimony. Local business men, who formed an association which vigorously opposed1 any chango In tho existing dlvorco low, roport a revival of Interest in their offerings from dainty boots to Pnrls bats nnd from diamond solitaires to jeweled vanity cases. Ono of the developments Immediately expected as a result of the defeat of tho measuro which would ot hnva sound d ,tho death-kno- ll "quick divorce" In this state U the rebuilding of tho famous Illvorsldo Hotel, former headquarters for diwhich burned vorce "rrsId.ntR," down eight months ago. Mrs. Michael Kelly, Gloucester City, Pa., found Insldo tho gizzard of n chicken sho was dressing a slonc-sc- t pin. She thought little of her find 1) cause It looked liko a cheap Imitation diamond'. A Jeweler who examined It however, declared the stone to ho a diamond of fine quality and estimated Its valuo at $100. DUG UP $12,000 IN JEWELRY sN5N; "Just-as-good- The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has beenr m use for over thirty years, has borne the signature of: on the wrapper all these years- lvcacaNSccccc ust t0 ffl?'jfj- - wnorntinns.Protect the coming decivpd. Dn tint b ." Albert Dartcls, Ontariovllle, 111. was digging for tho .foundation of n now barn when he unearthed a bag containing 97 diamond-so- t gold rings and n number of unmounted stones. Tho value of thei lot is estimated- at $12,000. There was nothing to indicate tho ownership of the valuables. It is believed that they wero burled there by thieves who Intndcd to recover them later. - V11 Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health. o Infants and Children Experience against Experiment- - Never attempt to relieve your baby with a remedy that you would use for youraelE.. What is CASTOR I A Castoria . NEWSPAPER CLIPPINGS Providence Hullctln Hound of tho memoirs aro selling In Berlin at sovfii cents eacb.j which Is nine cents inoro than they aro' worth. is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains: neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its: age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has: been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food ; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Comfort The Mother's Friend. . GENUINE flag :british ,,, is ( . Cfc Bears the Signature CASTORIA c ALWAYS, In Use For Over 30 Years o- ut - Which Daily Paper? The Courier Journal It hot-foo- -- i High-powere- j Children Cry fr CASTORIA bi j td M. i...M Ki-tj- frfrj ; i,i,,t Vl al ;..;" $y? A A .c. .,,.' l..l u,,,r kIlb. k v..a, n -. .. ,5 - .-,' B.-miiui- KnocK-KIieC- h!gh-hoIe- ct-n- t s, ( SUl-ul- l bow-legg- XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS! HELPFUL Just a Small List of The Many Beautiful Things at I SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Box Papers Kodaks Brownie Cameras $6.00 to $17.50 $2.50 to $12.00 50c to $5.00 $6.50 to $27.00 $2.50 to $10.00 Whitman's Candies $1.25 to $12.00 John Holland and Waterman Fountain Pens . .$2.75 to $7.00 Eversharp Pencils $1.00 to $6.00 Vanity Cases , .$2.50 Bibles Testaments Collar Bags Dolls Infant Sets $2.50 to $6.00 50c to $1.25 $1.50 25c to $3.00 60c to $1.75 Cutex Sets Mary Garden Sets Military Sets Pipes Shaving Sets 60c to $3.00 $3.50 to $6.00 $1.50 to $2.50 $1.00 to $6.00 $1.75 Xmas Decorations, Fireworks, Toys, Games, Books, Cigars, Safety Razors, Purses, Thermos Bottles, Flashlights, Perfumes, Toilet Waters, Chinese Baskets, Ivory, Narcissus Bulbs. A Free chance on the $20 Doll with every Nyal Purchase. "the Nyal Store" ,, Beaver Dam. Drug Company Beaver Dam, Ky. HBI The Hartford Republican COMPANY Published Weekly by ARTFORD PRINTING Incorporated W. S. TINSLEV, Editor and Business Manager. Entered according to law at the Pontofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall Witter of the second class. all communications Die Hartford Republican. Address to will versity of Kentucky 1928 football Coach William squad to succeed Juneau, at a meeting of tho Athletic TELEPHONE Council held hero last night. Winn 59 Farmers Mutual is a graduat of Princeton University and was captain of the Tigers In .DECEMBER 15 1917. The past season he was apioiav. pointed lino coach under Coach Juneau and as a result of his efforts Wo are beginning, to bellev, that the Wildcat line was considered one for some reason or other the Courier- - of .the strongest In the South. Winn, Journal don't like Harding very who was tackle while nt Princeton much. There's a lot of people who will choose a backfleld coach to asliavo been mad ever since that "part sist bim next season. .nigger" tale was given the cold lie. insertion. Resolutions! nd Cards J. "JACK" WINX TO COACH WILDCATS Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for St 3ch head line and slgnautre, money fe advance. Lexington, Ky., Dec. 13. J. 'Jack' Church Notices for services tree, at other advertisements, lc per Winn of Jit. Sterling, Ky., was unanijrord. mously chosen hrnd coach of the UniObituaries, NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must give the old Iddress In making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per Hj8 for each measures for the raising of revenue to be expended on our highways, but the Court of Appeals is to pass upon tho late act, and, as decided by a lower Court, the new law mjiy be annulled. At any rate tho election has not yet been ordered and pending the decision of the other matter, wo are Inclined to feel that we ar? somewhat in the woods at the present time. Yet we must say that we can't have good roads, roads worth the name, without additional funds and we can't have fund's without approval of the voters In elections as prayed for, and carried paying more taxes, which, all of us must mak-u- p our minds to get under with a good spirit. Rightly handled, the is business of good road making worth the price. STRAY STREAKS. (By Fluko McFluko.) stopped there and look?fi at thf hot torn of the article to see where to go but when wo connected with th man with the money to loan wo had no smooth laud in good state of cul- m-- I i tivation with us to put up as security Tom Sims says "What makes a Hence we nre still needing money to man madder than finding it was the pay debts, and to keep from running wrong tooth brush?" Easy, dlscov-- c In. shaving cream in- further erlng that it was stead of tooth paste he swabbed on Neither Doc Riley or Prof. Rhoads said brush. pulled a bran new story on us or the day before. WondT If we' luH as good a philosophical or out of town? if they are sick,, as I. D. Claire has In Buddy friend Generally, we listen to th ir stories, McPheag, we'd keep him with us thinking maybe we may pick up of the time for in about something to use, but as our readers spiration. He's certainly on the y.s-terd- FRUITS Apples Ornngcs Bananas Xuts Onmllos Chewing Gum Hot r EATS Hoi Soup HnmlK-rgcr- (inincs DRIXKS Milk CoJTeo Heg's Place HARTFORD, KY. Celery Head Lettuce, Etc. FivMi OjMiix Pork Drains Pork Chops TOBACCOS Corn Cola Cook's Dry Pops Smoking C'hi'H lug CIpirctlcH Cigars one-ha- lf Job. Tho Fulton Mo., man who one pair of pants 25 years smell like moth balls. aro not provided with gas masks for protection against funky, high powered odors we dump them in the garwore bage cans. must .K..H"M--K-H"fM-H- - NOTICE! receive no attention. Anonymous communications The Ohio County Post No. 44, American Legion, invites you to attend their Christ- Should Henry bo elected President Inias Dance, Monday, Dec.1 ? what will become of the 25, at Dr. Bean's Opera If me and Bob Walker don't hurHouse, Hartford, Ky. Chap- ry up and start doing something bad we won't havo anything to make erones, dancing 9 to 2, 6 no liewyear's resolutions over. breaks. Music by the Royal Turkeys and heads of families Purple Entertainers, featurought to be glad that there's but one ing 7 of the South' s foremost thanksgiving and Christmas in each ' .entertainers. solar year. Ford-son- We can't sleep good during these long, wintry nights for thinking of the short, hot ones to follow next summer. Potat ttajS for 21-- 2 f j j Buy your requirements while the price is right. We offer you for this week only, nice Northern Round White Potatoes .,-- ''' "" E- - DRAINAGE BOND TAX Another crisis threatened In This time it is because the recent election did not result as some Allison Hnyncs ct al., Diuinuge District, ot them wanted It to. If (lections in Amricn had that effect some of The landowners whose lands are us would be full of crises all the bonded in the Allison Haynes ot al., County, Drainage District in Ohio time. Kentucky, are hereby notified that ' We just can't kep from wondering tho fourth series of boirtls Issued If "Tlgur" Clemenccau started out to to construct said ditch, will bo due get tho U. S. A. Into the League of on February 18. 192a. in Nations before Christmas. If he did Persons owing assessments "ho might have gotten a point or two tho district should see C. O. Hunter. from one II. Ford who thought ho Count Treasurer, Hartford, Ky., at was going to yank tho Boys out of once and pay amount of tax duo on Ihv tranche?, once upon a time. Tho ea'Id bonds. Penalty will bo added Tinnored Frenchman seems to bo after February 18. 1923. S. L. KINO. jrtaylng the roll of n modem Prainago Commissioner. Po-Ja-- I. D. Claire Is .badly and very muchly mistaken If he thinks we To pay debts, or Improve your are even going to try to Inveigle our land I can furnish it in amounts of wife into giving us ,Va dozen eggs. $1,000 or more, on smooth land in As to good No! that'.- a waste of time. Long state of cultivation. the latter part ot Claire's squib: Of term, easy payments, low intorest, courfc- - we know you don't 'cat eggs, (Instant service. 24t2 thought durn your r. T. PARKS, Hartford, Ky. maybo we'd drink 'em. Providen you WAXTKB Man to succeed E. P. fetch the seasoning. Good Taylor, Retailing Rawleigh Spices, Fla"""T. D. Claire is mourning over the Health Food Products: preparations, vors, Medicines, Toilet passing of his old friends, Tom and etc. 150 everyday necessities used Jerry. He might have added Mr. by millions. Largest Company; esCocktail of Manhattan to th list of tablished 34 years. Favorably known all over America. No experience, dead ones, too. practical no capital needed. Wo teach you to manage your own perWe noticed nn ad in last w ck's manent big paying business. $2,000-- J . Republican "If you need money to $5,000 yearly. Write for applica-refer-tion. Givo ago, occupation, pay debts etc. I can furnl h it In enccs. W. T. RAWLEIGH CO. Dept. I 23t3' amounts of $1,000 or more." We 197 Freeport, 111. e, --01 IF YOU NEKI) MONEY $2.50 Per Bag Bushels ACTON BROS, Hartford, Ky. f 1 WKKK - N The brutal murder of two officers of tho law by outlaw Moonshiners in Mcnlfco County, Is certain to lead to the ultimate downfall of tho business In that Immediate section, and dt is to be hoped, sure punishment of tho guilty parties by legitimate process. There can bo no surer way by It matters not which a criminal. what of tho category of crimes he commits may - brought to Just fiids than by boldness and tho of the act. FAIR VIIIW Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Ashby and baby, of Owcnsboro, aro visiting relatives in this vicinity. d Margie Klenor. the child of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Dun can, died December 5, of membran ous croup, and was burled at tho McCord cemetery tho following day. Mr. Jot Brawnd and sou, Joe Jr., of Newsport, Arkansas, aro visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Manford Brawnd, this week. Mr,. and Mrs. Otha Daniel and children, Donald and Kermlt, spent Sunday with Mrs. Daniel's mother, Mrs. Nancy Ashford, of near Horton. They were accompanied homo by Mrs: Daniel's slsU-r- , Miss Mary Ashford. Mr. und Mrs. Robert Myers spent Sunday with Mr. aud Mrs. Bracket Wilson. three-year-ol- Automobile License Change. "i ss Citizens have filed a petition in County Court, asking for submsslon to tho voters of tho County, a proposition to Issue $300,000 worth of 20 year road bonds, the proceeds thereof, as a matter of course, to be expouded for road Improvement and maintenance only. We presume-tha- t the election will bo ordered, as It rarely ever hnppns that a question of this character falls of submission, when properly applied for, although it is not an absolute cortaint. Personally, we have favored all reasonable propositions for tho apparent interest of tho citizens of tho County us u wholo, as wo had light to view thorn. Wo may havo boon, doubtless were, on occasions, many of them pcrhups, In error of Judgm nt. Tho recent Legislature made It rather Oiard for a lot of cltlzons to support -- For tho benefit of the Automobile owners of Ohio County I wish to say that the last Legislature passed an Act changing the licensing of Automobiles for the year 1923 and you will find below a list of tho different cars together with fee for 1923 llcenso which includes postage. The rates aro figured, 25 cents p;T horse power and 40 cents per hundred, factory welght.Tho law provides that all cars shall bo licensed on or before January 1. Runabout $11.58; 1915 touring $12.00, Fords: 1914 touring $11. CO. Runabout $11.52; 1910 touring $12.00, Runabout $11.52; 1917 touring $12.00 Runabout $11.54; 1918 touring $11.92, Runabout $11.56; 1919 touring and runabout $12.00; 1920 touring with starter $12.28,wlthout starter $12.00, runabout with starter $11.90, without $11.72; 1921 with or without starter touring $12.24, Runabout with and without starter $11.56; 1922 Touring'with starter $12.32; without $11.92; Runabout with starter $12.12; without $11.56. 1914 Tourings $15.40; 191G touring $13.13; 1917 touring Uulcks: $13.13; 1918 touring $13.13; 1922 touring $14.45; 1923 touring $14.45. Those prices aro for 4 cylinder cars. For sixes as follows: 1914 touring $23.41; 1910 touring $17.59; 1917 touring 17.59; 1918 touring $19.01; 1919 touring $19.01; 1920 touring $19.01; 1921 touring $19.69; 1922 Decatur, Bennett, Miss Gussyo touring $19.22; 1923 touring $19.23. Ala., will arrive in Hartford next 4s 1917 touring $16.78; 1918 touring. $16.78; 1919 tourChovrolets: week-en- d to spend tho holidays with ing $16.78; 1920 touring $13.36; 1921 touring $13.36; 1922 touring her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Ben- $13.37; 1923 touring $13.41. nett. 1917, $15.78; Dodge Tourings: 1915 model $15.3S; 1916, $15.66; WlUron. m.llj III I IM II) ,,, -- ..Jfl.r See R. W. King Before Buying Your Christmas Gifts. Every since the Three Wise Men bore gifts of gold, frankincense and myrrh to the lowly manger at Bethlehem, the Christian world has commemorated Christmas time with gifts and expressions of kindly sentiment. I have gifts suitable for each member of the family, such as : Watches, Clocks, Kings, Diamonds, Lavalliers, Bracelets, Silver Ware, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Leather Goods, Ivory Goods, Spectacles and everything found in a first-clajewelry store. A great reduction in and prices since last year. Don't fail to see me before buying. ss up-to-da- $15.76; 1919, $15.84; 1920, $16.34; 1921, $16.38; 1922, $17.00. A'leksburg. 191S, John Allen Tourings, 1920, $12.63; 1921, $12.53; 1922, $12.93. Baby Overland! Mls.. will arrive In Hartford, next Saturday afternoon, to spend the his parents, Ninas holidays with Clerk Ohio County Court. Judgo and Mrs. Jno. 11. Wilson. te 1 GUY RANNEY, R. W. KING. Jeweler- Beaver Dam, Ky. Al r 4lWatA& l .K i?0 JttkiJi .,& k4' 'J , !. . ( Hi For fnnry bn rnndlni and fruit 2Bt2 bask ts go to ACTON IIROS. I'nst-cari- lf CHRISTMAS and Foldern. THE REXALL STORE. Just To 22P5piCE Remind You! Holeproof Hosiery six pairs in Mr. and Mrs. Cecil 11. H'avrln, city, will spend the holidays with Hoys! girl'! Don't forgot nbout Mm. Heavrln's parents, Mr. and Mrs. nt Geo. Walllngford, Cynthfana. that good Whitman's Candy TATE'S. Try a bo:c. Iluy HIM a nice Wellington Pipe Holhrook-HlmcMr. W. 11. Maddox, of Echols, was for Christinas. In Hartford Monday and paid this of- CITY RESTAURANT, have thtm. Come In and look therm over. fice u call whllo here. s, SALT1 24(4 A car load of salty salt W. E.. ELLIS & URO. at LESS THAN A MONTH REMAINS FOR YOUR Xmas Shopping! How quickly these very important days will speed by. For your convenience we suggest a few articles which will not only make attrac-- ' tive gifts but very useful ones. FOR LADIES We have a complete line of Silk Umbrellas, Silk and Wool Hosieiy, Fancy Neckwear, Boutonnieres, Hand-draw- n Linen and Imported Swiss Handkerchiefs, Stamped Goods, Pillow Cases, Fancy Towels, Beads, Leather Pocketbooks, Novelty Blankets, Stationery, Novelty Blouses, Bath and Lounging Robes and House Slippers. A Dnvonptto Suit for a Christmas Willie Maddox and Wallace Smith, present will bring more smiles Into students In the University of Kentucyour home. 25t2 ky, Lexington, will spend the holiACTON RROS. days with their parents, in McIIenry. a Girisimas GUARANTEED NO IKHIS- -6 box MONTHS No doubt your minds are now 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, 2kgz&Gb, The Hartford FRIDAY will Victor Willis, Louisville, Miss Mntlye Duke, who is teachspend tho holidays with 'his parents, ing in the High school, at Van Lear, Dr. and Mrs. P. T. Willis, Heaver will spend the holidays In Hartford, Dam. the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. I). Duke. Roman Candles, Sparklers, Torpe does, Sky Rockets, Cannon Cruckcrs A nice. Rocker, Dresser or' Dining mid Toy Pistols at Tablo might bo just whnt your wlfo HEQ'S PLACE. 2iit2 wants for Xmas. Surprlso her, if .ho Is not pleased we will tako It 2Gt2 JIM TATE always has the freshest back. ACTON HROS. rind bot Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, Miss Martha Caroline Pate, stuFruits and Nuts of all klndt). Uny 24tf dent in thu University of Kentucky, for Xmas from bim. Lexington, will arrlvo In Hartford week-snto spend the holidays Miss Emllle Hell, who Is teaching next with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. nt Lewlsbitrg, will sptnd the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. Pate. Sam null, of Huford. Leonard llaker, a. student In the Miss Amne Wells, of LoulsMlle, is Unlvcrlslty of Kentucky, will arrive thi guest of hor brother, Ji U. Wells, at his homo In Taylor Mines next week-ento spend the holidays with and Mrs. Wells, Hartford, and other his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard relatives in. tho County. Uaker. Mr. Harry May, with the L. & N. MIs3 Mnybsl Rhoads, who Is atR. R. Co., located at Clay, spent last at Logan College, week-en- d In town, with hi? father, tending school RusEpllvllln, will arrlvo next week-on- d Mr. S. S. May, and family. to be the guest of her parents, Misb Leila Glenn, teacher In the Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rhoads, of the C ntral City High school, will spend Goshen country. the holidays with her parents, Judge Mr. Oscar Be'nncl"t, Brandenburg, and Mrs. J. S. Glenn, city. r, will spend tho holidays with his Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett, Huy hT a box of that good WHITSome Central City, and sister, Mrs. Hinton MAN'S candy for Christmas. in nice work baskets that will bo Leach and Mr. Leach, and other relahighly appreciated. Get it at JIM tives in Hartford. 24tf TATES. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Darnhill Mrs. A. V. Goodin and little daugh Miss Florence Nelson, city, went to ter, Anne, after spending ten days Owensboro, Friday of last week, reThey attended with relatives in Hartford. If ft for turning Saturday. home hi Charleston, Mo., last the Al G. Field Minstrel while In their week-enthe city, Friday night. d, par-ented. FOR MEN We suggest Fancy Scarfs, Ties, Handkerchiefs, Silver Belt Buckles, Silk Sox, Silk Shirts, Gloves, Cuff Links, Fur Caps and Bill Folders. FOR CHILDREN We have quite a number of novelties too numerous to mention. Bring them in and let them make their own selections. You'll want to see our Holiday Goods. In quantity, quality, variety and desirability, our offerings are not excelled. Carson (El Co. M Hartford, Kentucky. Republican .DKCKMNKIt 15 KOR WAGON COVERS see ACTON ,2412 bros. candies, Miss Eimille Poudleton, who Is Powell Tlchenor, who Is attending In Central City, will bo the school at tho University of Kentucky guest of her father. Dr. E. I). Pendle- will arrlvo next week-e;i- d to spend ton and Mrs. Pendleton, city, during tho holidays with his parents, Mr. the holidays. and Mrs. Alney Tlchenor, of the Centd V . tral Grove cgmniunlty. Applet, Granges, Hananas, Grapes. 2Gt2 Celery. Cranb.rrles, Head Lettuce, Messrs. Everett Simpson and Ar Nuts, Candles and anything in the chio Clay Johnson, city, left Hart PERSONAL NEWS Get your Xmas Candies, Nuts and way of good oats for the holidays at ford, Wednesday for afternoon, ' AND SOCIAL EVENTS Fruits at 24t ACTON BROS. 25t2 Marrassa, Illinois, where they will bo DEVER BROS. employed, by the I. C. Railroad Co., Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Hoavrln, city,, Waltor Craddock, a student In the with a construction crew. wero In Owensboro Saturday. HEATERS, Cook University of Kentucky, will be the FOR COAL Stoves and Ranges go to guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Misses Norlne and Helen Barnett, FRUIT CAKE FRUITS FIRE WOUKS of all kinds at ACTON BROS. 24t2 Cal;In Cvuddock, McIIenry, during teachers in the High echool, at Van MEG'S PLACE. 25tf ' tho holidays. Lear, Ky will arrive in this city Orange Peel Bananas , Mrs. Jno. C. Riley went to Owensto bo the guests of next week-enMrs. M. L. Heavrin, city, wljl spend boro yesterday, where she will visit Lemon Peel Oranges Miss Kitty Hess Dodson, teacher thoir parents. Mr. and Mrs. A M. Monday In Owensboro, shopping. relatives until Sunday. In the Van Lear high school, will be Barnett through the holidays Citron Peel Lemons the guest of hor parents, Mr. and Attorney M. L. Heavrin, city, was Only a few Keen-KuttRazors Mrs. John Dodson, of Sunyndalo, Mrs. Filura Barrett arid daughter, Raisins Apples in Dundee, Tuesday, on legal left, every on,o guaranteed. during the holidays. Miss Bonner, who hava been residing 2Gt2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. with the former's son, Mr. Lyman G. Dates Grapes Mrs. Maggie Griffin, city, will Barrett and Mrs. Barrett during the Currants Hof Lunches at any hour In the Mr. and Mrs. C. 0 Hunter, city, leave Wednesday to spend sovoral past few months returned this week Celery CITY day at Hplbrook-Hlmo- s will return tomorrow, from Louis- days vith her son, Mr. Henry Grif- - to their homo at Barrett's Ferry Figs Cranberries ville, whero they wont Thursday. fin and Mrs. uritnn, oi tmsor, anu, relatives iu Owensboro. other Mrs. Sue Hunter, 66, died at the for your SKIFF LOST Hroken loos at 'homo of her daughter, Mrs.. Leonard Go to DEVER IJIIOS. Erwln Csscftlor, who is attending Danifl, Owensboro, early Monday Xmns Caudles, Nuts and Fruits. Dundoo, namo "Wm. Ellis." Notify A full line of Canned Goods of the very best 24t2 J. E. MITCHELL, Dundee. Howard. school at Georgetown Collego, morning, Dec. 11. Mrs. Hunter was Trices right. quality. Georgetown, will ha tho guest of his originally a Miss Sklllman, and aunt See us before buying your Christinas Candies Buy your wlfo, a Monarcli Range parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Caseblor, 0f Miss Martha Bennett, of Hartford.; to Mr. and Born A baby girl, i ' baking and good eats and Treats. Beaver Dam, during tho holidays. L. A. Welch, of near Mugan, for her Xmas Mrs. you will have thorn. 25t2 Miss Mildred Stevenson will leave) Monday, Dec. 11. I The Prices are right. ACTON BROS. Mr. and Mrs. II. H. Harrington, of Saturday for La Center, to visit hor Gallon, Ohio, will arrive in Hartford parents, Prof, and Mrs. M. S. Ste- -j Buy your Fruita, Nuts and Candles Christinas Cigars at JIM TATBs'.to spend the holidays vent-on- . She will also visit relatives, nt Holbrook-Hlniefor Chrlstnms Buy a box for husband, brother or with Mrs. Harrington's mother, Mrs. n Memphis, Tenn., before returning CITY RESTAURANT. sweetheart. They make very appro- - Prurtlo Mooro and other relatives. to her position her?, .after tho holl-- . HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ' I ' 24tf Whltebous,iprlato gifts. days. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miss Alenne Leach, a student in ofMagan. aro the parents of a baby K23W Havo plenty of screened coal on the Unlvorslty of Kentucky, will ur-- J "Tho White Don't fall to see Sunday, Dec. 10. boy, horn 24t4 rive In Beaver Dam, next week-en- d hand at nil times. Christ n.tis Hat" Christmas." "Her ELLIS ICE CO., Mr, and Mrs. Shelby Trogdon vis to spond the holidays ns tho guest of and "Christmas For Tho Mulligans" CLK.Ul RUN Do your Christmas baking wjth. ' i Hartford, Ky. ited Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Trogdon, Boa- her parents, Hon. J. A. Leach and ut the Washington Church on' the Ballard's Obelisk Flour. Sold by 'oiling of Due. 25. For tho benefit of 25t2 Leach. ( Mrs. Emma Hoovor, who has bjon day. ,...'., i kih o. rnAVT.nn ' . Money to Loan Low rate of in- Walter Trogdon, who has N.t-tho Church. Como and onjoy your- - ill for several weeks, is able to bo I ,m nfynln very ill since November 24th, of bcxr-ltorest. No commission. Mr. Marshall Barnes, who is )Biiv Dad and the Boys a Keen-Ku- tand holp n worthy cause. CLARENCE BARTLETT. tending tho University of Kentucky, i fever and bronchial pneumonia, Yates Everllng, whllo on his way tor Knife Thoy'ro guaranteed byj Att'y. at Law, Hartford. 2512 will arrive at his homo in Beaver R. w. King, Beaver Dam's enter homo from school Tuesday after Is able to bo out again. TAYCOR. WILLIAMS & to spend the prising Jeweler Is enumerating in an noon, found a stray, small, bay Dam, next weok-on- d t j DllAI.VAGK BOND TAX of lower! Mrs. Kathorino McGrayal, Fair &' holidays with his parents, Mr. and ud In the- Republican, this week, some horse entangled In somo wlro by tho St- ir v Hudson. Company's milliner, loft Wednesday Mrs. John II. Barnes. Ho, together with Mr. J. 0f tho many handsomo articles to bo road-sid( Hofltn was a pleasant caller at this for hor home in Cincinnati, Ohio, to Tuesday. store sulta- - A. Kirk, managed to got the hors O. A. IIiiiwk, ct nl., District. found in hi office whllo In town Spring. 'romain until Mr. C. M. Phcgloy and family, for- - bio for Xmus presents. Tho landowners whose lands are Republican out of the wlro and found that tho ' morly residing in tho Sulphur Headers will do well rw seo his stock wire had cut tho horse's anklo almost bonded in tho G. A. Barnes, ct aL, .. i,ni nf eflod Soup, ham-- 1 .. Mr. Glenn Bennett Tlnsley, with springs-Lewi- s havo UI,d 'prices beforo buying. Crock, vicinity, to tho bono. Tho owner of the Drainage District of Ohio County, or saudwich. como to Hoi-- 1 hnpun (a lltlWllflMMl ... tho Merchants' Wholesale Grocery removed to JlcLean County, on Routo If All t llfllf V , H.m 1l fVnliv TWitfftA.1 .uni ....... ..rf u ..VBU u........ .. CITV RESTAURANT, .V."u hrook-Himea.w..ii IVtot Company, Louttsvlllo. Will arrive noxt 1 Knnrnmnnto. Thnlr fiiriiltiirn to. XMAS Hl'ICClALS AT HKCi'S PliACK. Messrs Herbert Park. Earl Thorn-- the seventh series of bonds issued ta ... ' ... ... ... ..... . .. ... f .... .. 1. ...... i i ..ml. . i4 n enntiil fTIiiior ti na wfrh vras hiiiiu'- - .1 ........ .1... i....i ...... t unurasson, n Hvorou Kissinger mm sit - conuiructi nam mien win do uu. OR. irum wiu juum buiuuh, "i'"" w t ,ii. nrn In need of a tarm wub" English Walnuts, Wagon, his parents. Mr. mid Mrs. W. S Wednesday. PC b lie Trojidou wer In Owensboro with January 5, 1923. don't forget tho Owensboro !(4! tobacco, thlai week. i I,or H Mixed Nuts 4t2 Tlnsley, city. Persons owing assessments la ,None hotter lunde. Mtf MUs Louise Phlpps, who has n' Almonds, I'or ,D BROS. Leo Johnson has moved to Lehlle this district should so& C. O. Hu 'tsr. ACTON 1 Box candles. Loose candles, Bas- - position in Dotrolt, Mich., arrived Coconuts, cnc" Hqover's farm, whllo Tom Hanley County Treasurer, Hartford, K at lac i,ai movfd Into tho Iiouko vacated oiico and pay umount of tax dun at a kets of Fruit, Apples, Oranges, Bana- - at her homo her Monday, to attend Oranges, .. Pif doz ,.....io, vn,. coal, a load UH I U .. llnlnirn flinnna PriKniuiio Tint. tho burial of hor aunt, Miss Dent Apples, xpor doz. , .,. .!Wc jy Mr,' Johnson, d- " 7""'-on Sirs. Emma on said bonds. Penalty will hi your cqoi "" '""" tlmo to savo it slacking in por lb. that lino I'hlpps, She will remain with hen Grape?, sl"3' ani1 nl0St nnytn'nK ic Hoover's furni. od after January C, 1923, :WlJI liouso. por lb. . Me parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jno. R. Philips, Mixed Candles, ai uoiorooK-iumeca'1 "o tounu S. L. KIIl Evorott Klefclnger Una moved Into ELLIS ICE CO., 24t4 71 the hduo on Earl Tbannison's furui. Fancy box Candy, por lb. Drainage Commls; until ufter the holidays, tlnrtfonl. Kv. 'CITV lllia t AUIWI 1. Complete lino of fresh just arrived at HEG'S. Christmas ti II Suggestions '3 ;; d, er ( - s, next-week-e- WILLIAMS & TAYLOR T ev-M- ;- J I at-se- lf, ot - e. I to ,,.. s. "' l' . -- . 'i' 1 !... ; 7"' ' s, rmMBiaflgiaanmaas $5.75 Pays For Both Subscribe For Your Home Paper The Hartford Republican -- AND- Louisville Daily Herald Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. poultry pay" shown by tho United out time as It over lung been, s Department of Agrlculturo nt Ins to A. J. Olney, of tho hortlcul-th- o IntornatlonnI Livestock Exposl- - turo iloiiartmcnt of tho Colleg of Hon, Chicago, December' 2 to 0. Agriculture. Tho scalo attack3 tho Two pens of llvo chlckonB aro trunlfs, limbs, twlga nnd fruit nnd shown. Ono lot of 12 h!ns was not ofton cuts tho yield of apples honvlly culled, and nto In ono year 900 bforo farmers notlco It. Spraying pounds of feed, costing $20.70. Tho with llmo sulphur nt this time of tho 12 hens laid 100 dozen eggs during year when tho leaves aro off tho Iho year. Contrasted with this lot trees Is tho best wny to control the Is ono of 8 hens which woro culled, post. Ono part of tho commercial ' nnd which laid tho samo number of llmo sulphur should bo used to eight eggs but ate only 600 pounds or parts of water. fecdv nt a cost of $13.50. Tho lot, of 12 hens that was not culled ato 50 Moro than 25,000 farmers adopt per cent more feed than tho lot that cd tho uso of sol coders- for hogs In wns culled and produced no moro 1021, following demonstrations by eggs. Tho extra cost of feed, how- - extonslon workers, nccordlng to re over, Is but ono of tho larger costs. 'ports to tho United Stntes Depart- Others aro tho extra labor, cxtrir ment of Agriculture. housing room, and extra capital in- nccord-Statcf- -f A CASH OFFER The Hartford Republican has made a special clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one year for the low price of $1.75 The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest and best papers in the South and we hope to receive many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in your subscription now. Don't delay. . yj-;- f New York City is the most Im of 100 per c nt over 1921, hut still .. .ijiwufiiureiu(. HcxwiitIi Program for Hume Ieo portant pinch market of tho United 20 per cent loss than the five-yoa-r States, receiving moro carloads of average according to the United nomlcs Work Outlined. . scion-- ! Peaches than any other miirlu-tStates Department of Agriculture Dr. K. D. Hall, director of A metropolitan daily paper that contains a comj cording to tho U. S. Department of work, UnlUd States Department plete telegraph and cable service covering the world. ! of Agriculture, represented Secretary Agriculture. During the height of -State news from correspondents in all parts of KenWallace before tho home economics' the season In 1922 as many as 500 wftcn evi rrVur jr eV hit. I tucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news section of the Association of Land-- , cars were- received during ono week ::.-op03u:ij" and Itrr.ftlr C grant College?, which held their thir-- , of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, Marth-- y .1 n ip tfc su("vire 5 Over 4.000 cars of peaches a week annual convention in Wash-- ) Ihoiii-indiwtvc tcmificj. jj j ), ru ket and Sport pages, are in charge of the most reliashipped about tho middle of Doc-''- " Inctati. D. C November P. KlUNuY. LIVER AND i ble authorities on these special subjects. tor Hall said in part, speaking of the September, 1922, from all producing rSMACM TKOUELSi ? '- t.V Ik at tuulioi Does it mean anything to you to be supplied with proposed new bureau of home eco- sections, according to reports of the ci'ff OOlc! J over o ar.'r;! United States Department of Agri jj nomics: a daily newspaper that interests every member of M "Tho first thing the Department culture. Louisville Herald you the family? Then it is the of Agriculture has to do in the orwant in addition to your local paper. Tho San Joso scalo has been vorj ganization of a bureau of home eco If you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to nomics is to got that organization destructive this season in southern 1 approved by Congress, and tho bill is Illinois nnd southern Indiana, your remittance. of the .cording to reports received by the betor tho committee Order your subscription through It the IT. S. D partment of Agriculture, for consideration. House change is approved, then the next Largo applo orchards have been InTHE REPUBLICAN, adopt must step, as I see It, Is to gather togeth-- j fested, and growers Hartford, Ky. n committee representing tho very rigorous measures to got it undpr r FOR PEKSONAI. HYC.IFt.P. Ohio County Di'jooivcd In vr.icr for dcuchet r top. best thought of home economics and j control. Tho work in Indiana Is pelvic catarrh, ulceration ond lines of work that wo can ing directed by Prof. J. J. Davit, of Rccommendcl by Lydia E. find here In America. This commit-- . Pursue University, nnd In Illinois by PinlJjMn Med. Co. for ten yonrc C1HCUIT COUKT rs to con-- 1 W. V. Flint, of tho Stnte department! A licalins wor.Jor for l tee would have two matt catarrh, sore iozccyo Kconoinical.. "' agriculture, i no iiurenu or Kti- - Meets first Monday in March, May Has tliroataiitl.t..n. . fifilor. itriannniitf .1 kulI.I tyl States De- - and July; third Monday In September J(V "A program of research work must tomology of the Unit-Sr:iBIll ri.lino . il Jn,isuii, of P. .tDil. rrilrir.4llY.n..lnu.KM. Better feeding of hens so that they the fertility in this material is considered, because tho work or partment of Agi (culture lias confer-!iii- o and fourth Monday In November: be g will lay more eggs in winter is department as a whole organlza- -' red with State authorities on control udgo George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro ' "Half the fertilizing value of Glover H. Cary, attention from Morgan county Com'th. Attorney ,nust ln tne future, even more measures. Calhoun. Jarmers, County Agent It. B. Kankin nure is in the liquid portion which than ,n the past bt alonB research1 , tlle tlme t0 very ma- aya. Five of them recently made my be easily and cheaply saved by , N oxnerlmont stations Clerk Frank Black. orders for tankage In order to sup- using plenty of bedding. It has been ter,a,ly. strengthen tho scope of ie-'tne Korthwstcrn States are mak- - MnMcr Commissioner D. II. Ellis. ply their luns wth animal protein, estimated that by this ono means March work ,R tne departin(ent ac- - ,B cooperative or concerted studies Trustee Jury Fund L. n. TIchenor. ono of tho things required in the alone, Todd county farmers last t and ,n homo economics. The I ot drMau(i and irrigation tannine COUNTY' COUltT ,.,, ,nr difficult function .,i,!,r., ni,i,t i,r.,iin7 ninnt ,iu. saved 2,000 tons of iunnuro more before hens can lay the Convenes first Monday In each than ordinarily would havo number of eggs. pssts n.of the commltteo will be-- U to select eas0( insuct . and fungous ...... of month: . . .- ..rt saved. The best farmers in the state' cmnminp to .lean. .1.- - ""in. i uc " l. orcnarus anu means tor uicir con Judge R. II. Wedding. ; Junior agricultural club work not now keep manure in stables or feed- - control of wheat smut, which cn proBrnin depends on the V&ZL County Att'y- - Otto C. Martin. ,. ...... ... . .. i a.I uismici ...u nly"ls helping to keep Harlan coun- ing siieus uniu it can ne tpreaii on- viiiimi. wno uirecis iiiiu l.ilva Hin nresenis unusual . iiiiiicuuius ... .1 in uiusu Clerk Guy Itannoy. ty farm, boys and girls satisfied with the fields, Instead of throwing it In n tllQ flnal development of states, and other regional subjects, Sheriff G. A. Italph; Deputies: ts itheir lot in the country but also is n!!cs outside where It leachea nnd home cconomlcs in the Department' according to reports to the U. S. Mack Cook, Iris Honder, George and loses much of Us fcrtlllz-Jo- ( Practlcal-in- g helping many of them swell their Agrlculture it seems very likely partment of Agriculture. P. Jones. Children value. A well bedded and trampTiank accounts, County Agent Robert hat u w,u be a UHreau which will jy tlli these stations are Investigating a AJL Jnilcr Nat Hudson. A Safe 01J Fashioned will keep manure in good hay(j the orgaizat0n and direction' the relative, importance of sunflow-condltloT. Harrison, reports. During tho ed stall QUAKTEIUA COUltT Kenedy for Worms jiast summer, one club member In the of work that wltj ue carried on In a ers jn cropping systems and the value ".Many farmers in the state now nnn,,,rnblo number of other bu-iSevcoty-Er- a silage as stock feed. 'onvenes first Monday ln each month. Tears conlia. mane more than ?115 from cnflower vcounlv . . . i. t uoutuae ia the beat testi.a.m nll,lLi,.,r.,1 It.i !....... v. iW iCkV flltma- ..- -t ' rcaug, mu nlrtf.flt. v... ... biuujiui, i" 01 an acre 01 iuniuiua aim bbvitui air ni...t..l..n .1... l.'lll.n FISCAL COUKT monial KEY'S VERMIFUCE '.. fast as It Is hauled to tho fields The sulphur as aplant nutrient, -- another made a total of $33S.50 from can offer you. mngi tn,nk of jlome econom-'o- f mater-,- , MonKeep a bottle always on Convenes Tuesday after first of an acre. 'old practice ot throwing the h n th,ng as ,,g an,i broad tier garden on cg wor) hand. It will help keep first Tuesday in day in January: jial in small piles to do :snn.au mier lu ,tg scopo as the whole Depariineni;Il.()fllll)U, ,,,KS Sn.ov S(,,, the litde onea healthy April and October, It. It. Wedding n.,iimiv fnruiors are Is exnensive aim wasieiui. Most of Agriculture i. It serves a field and happy. ins" Slogan. 30ea bottle aljour dnifsirt'a or . County Judge, presiding. to - farmerrt UsO a light application In an exhibit entitled M'ork pro-Utaking stops to replace bcrub lireeilas big as the field of the Agrlculturo tvneril store; or li your dealer McCoy. Hartford J. 1. De- - Iht District can't iupplyyou.tendlutna.me when it ,i.It;ti01l county with pure- - cover us many acres as possible. An Department. S. tn Mni..,nis of the It Is entitled, shown by tho aad 30e in ttaroni and reU 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center-towacre end you a bottle promptly. own to tho recognition ,)a,.tinont ot Agrlculturo at the In to Tireds, according to repoits of Couiu application of five tons to the ..... comesUlu lta L k S. FlttY. Ulmari, VI. o gcrvjco to agricuiiuro na teiiiatlonal I.la Stock Exposition. ly Agont John II Spencer, in one lias linen xoumi 10 Biv Buuu Jhat U District QH. Drown, Simmons J v t ,..! ilmf lila voni.f-nl- "" "Most of tho farm nianuic in them joined the 0, the department itnl Chicago, Dec. 2 to week recently 45 of r ceivcii, ami1 i iuui '" r" Itli District J. It. Murphy, Korrts-- j tucky Is used on tobacco or corn land. Hon will be forthcoming." j llettor Sires-Uettgives the essential points for raising vlllo. g to use This makes It necessary to spread it' bwlnt economically. Btock campaign by agro-lnSam II. Holbrook. Hart-- l Ctli District wln- .nothing but purebred sirog In all as fast as it is produced In the Gooil breeding btock. proper mnt-- : Serious Injury to a number of tho ford, H. F. D. No. 4. WILL YOUv ter or hold it until spring before greens In the local golf courso near lug, and careful feeding of tho brood ,0(11 their breeding work. District Mack Martin, Narrows. TAKE OUR . spiondhiK. On level land, and cs- - Itlvortoii. N. J., bas resulted from liov aro all Important, but a point It. F. D .No. 2. is a s.od. winter tho abundance ot .lapanoso liootlo In hog raising that should receive whero there county banks aro coopoi-ll'wln- lly Hray-o- ri J. Walter Taylor, HeaTill Distilct It is ofton It. W. spreading ran h: done without loss lnrvao, according to reports receiv d more attention, becau jttlng with County Agent ver Dam, It. F. D. No. 2. ..,,. i,. ,,xt nslon division of1 A few fanners mako a practice ot by tho nureuu of ICntoinology of tho neglected. Is tho necoslty of keepl'.OAIti) OF EDUCATION' l Troslirrnl p tireshing youiiK Brue a.... t.uvc--. U))ltQa stat0, nepurtmem "i v,ti-.., ing tho young pigs growing contlnu-- , tho College of Agriculture at I.oxlng-'iuwith iimiiuie. This helps consldor-',,..- .. ... 0ffcr Ideal factll- - mniv from tho moment of birth to for WEAK Superintendent Mrs. I. S. Mason in thut sfctlon Tlr Kreens Convenes First Monday In over V&ffi9MSsv& put th lr farm business: ably In getting and keeping a stand.", t()S ,()r llle ,)eotlo3 t0 lay tholr eggs lnnlurUv of the htato LUNGS oi .v'&cvaWCjoMia' Mrs. I. S. Mason. S. S. O. C. I during tho season, and It Is nppnr-- j Kw u i)Cforo the pigs aro weaned mouth. on a basis where It will pay a prn.lt CONSUMPTION Secrotary-Troasuro- r. nts Xnw Milking JM that tho effect ot thcso heavy, loy an()U,i j,avo accofs to corn In nnd year after year. The Unnlc ot Cnnoy-- I Fmm j Dnj. egg depositions will bo borious, in as a supploinont to the It. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford, Tillo and the Dnnk of Clarkson will . It. P. D. No. G. ....m, fi.rniai. Cnuntv Ac'eiit Scearco luiik. As soon as they are r., in,....,,. ifr iip Tiinuaniids some capes necessitating the rebuild- A quick rclirf (or tint tired, run down Iodine Ilnrt- - coughs, palm In elicit, nlclit mcio. Iirmor woancd tlsi pigs should be kept onlW. It. Carson, Vlco Chairman, 50 farm account books that wlll!r Kontucky farniora who are k3p- - Ing of infested gieons. with iliacrt, weak lunc or coniumption. If it don ford. It. F. I). No. 3. J or by j ., t w cowg from which to Bell Tjo distributed to liO farmers so that,.,,,, full feed, olther by oalbelp you il coita you aolhinf, d- - Nat Llndloy. Contortown, golf-frecord ofjcreum aro facK tho nee sslty of u,.st Season Hero For TtiKiiR Fitnn hand. Approved typos of Lock Box 616 they can keep OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBitn n . ers, hayracks, troughs, and water- - Otis Stovens, Deavor Dam. cutting down on rich protoln feeds, their business the coming y ur. This Is tho fountains are shown In the exhibit. Claud Itonfrow, Dundee jand using only thoso that are grown Lexington, Ky.. Dec. Evnmlnutions. Fayotto county farmors are show- - on tho farm In ordor to get a fair re- - i,est season of the year to take tho proper foods and exercln', furnished typo re- common School Diplomas ing increasing Interest in the grading! tin n from their animals during tho form Inventory, according to W. D.to vigorous pigs of properweight at dairymen at tho NIcholls. head' of the farm economics suit lu hogs or market pourth Friday and Saturday In Jan-thowild bettor methods of marketing' coming months, Agrl- - about 8 months of ago. nary, nnd Second Friday nnd Satur- farm products, County Agent College. of Agrlculturo say. At pres-. - department - of the Collego of(n .. . miuuri.ii, .. ... . . t 1..-..- .. -m- iipiik- - ....tfl. .... .!., lu llin nti.- - limit . ...tuo uoiu noiiinr nan lor i.... w i r.niiiinrt ,;iv8. uoou aiieim- - ent ittun inu Hiiiijuy ui r...n m Imi. nie inuiiiuuiu to . , cilllltre. "". uuy in may. xo i. t.n..t in .oiub- , the average farm cow is returning salable crops usually have beon mar- -' never stops growing froim furrowing1 vn0 Heaver Dam and Hartford. ..en ......., nnd keen Interest havo mark-good slogan for Third For Touchers' od r coiit demonstrations held over, about 25 cents n day. With such keted by this tlmo and little work to market," is a Friday and Saturday ln May, Juno county to show hurley growers feeds as cottonseed moal and Hn- - nnd money havo botn exponded on 'every hog ntiior. the Except notlco Is and September. liow to strip and grade their leaf seed oil meal selling arounu ?J a the new year's crop.; ine rour or Coiiimorclal production of garden given to tho contrary the lattor expounds nnd mill fod and fvo hours spent In taking tho In-- ! Ihundied crop. ' bran ranging around $40 a ton, tho veiitory make up about tho most pas for scd in 1922 totaled 40, 000,' aminations will bo hold In Hartford OTIIHIt OFFICKIIS Kentucky Worth farmer cannot food thorn and havo profitable, half dny of work that tho 000 pounds, an Inereao of 7.r. per Milium" Yield in anything left to p.iy hlim for tho' farmer can put lu during tho year., cents over th' production ln 1321, Tuv Cnmiiilssloner II. P. Keown Millions to Fanners. Fcclirlght all tho time. Don't lay oft Kentucky! work ho spundh on his cows. The The Invontory should Include a list according to tho United States .ue- - i Fordsvlllo. i.fvr" ncum. ivy., Dec. from work for days by taking cnlomo.' ...i ino c Si jioxloy, Fordsvlllo when pleasant Llo- - Vtr-La- x livestock on her fnrnisjh t the farmor enn do undor proa- - f r,.ai ostate. livestock, Jinpli'inouta partnwut of Agrlculturo. keeps yoi lias 'liough .. vinld annually nt least 10.000,000 out conditions Is to supplement Ills and niucdilnory. feed and nippyos on ago production for tlio last live yore lra Jon0Si white on your feet, whilorcliovinjjyour txoub. too, and easy to take. Doii"l lo. Safer Uun. tons of manure worth millions of lioughnsss of silago and legunio hay hand and all . other fproporty used In was 04,000.000 pounds tako anything else. You can't nlforo . .. .t.A tfrt.. .. a.a at. n ni. a!i ai .. tnt IiiieiIii iil .u HAUTFOUn for building up niriii iuiiuk. wiiii gram iiuseii on tuo iiuui vuuu mo iniurui m mo mini uiinu.uoo, tt It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sysdollars I'uinpklti sod to Jho ninoiint ot polleo Judge J. D. Holbrook. tem and relieves constipation. A natbrokon ear corn, sholled coru,imcli Itom of which Is asslgutid n according to soils and crops special-'a- s, ural remedy, natural in its actions, uurt o. ninnkenshlii. 110. ROD pounds wits rulsud coinmer-- , jr,inr College or Agriculture. In corn and cob ineiil, If this can bo irnpur value. Ihts of tho in its effect and certain in results. H dally on 772 acrus In 1922, accord- - Council Ij. H. Iilshop, Sety. U u i oruiiliud, or crushed barley. viU view of tho fact thnt Kuiitinky won't bo long before tho United Sim .Inso lug to rejiorts reaching Few Apple Tires IlOOKl'OK'P completely displace calomel in ever JivoBtock state, this manure, should home. Ciilldren can toko it freely um Status Dupaitmout oi Agriculture. Scale Damages Itobort h. Green, Judgo. lie a big Mctor In keeping tolb- of tho ("tilling; lo liKteuse Kaii riotliicllou with perfect Bufety. Every bottlo KUr Lexington, Ky., Dec. Kan Joso Is SIiowii In I'Mtlblt. Lee W. Phorson, Mnrshall. Half "f tills ninuure Htuti) rich. antccd. 60c and $1 in bottles. Nor 8,000,000 pounds or sweet Over (egg Rcale. one of the batH fruit tree posts. A uro uieuiis r increnslng Edd Cooper, Chtilrman. genulno without tho likeness and sign-turIn tho winter when Mock corn for seed wns produced comir'r-!- n "W. II. Illackburn, Clork. of L. K, Grigsby. For Bale by " are on f ed. It ia nt this time or prndui'iloii by proper culling la glvon is just ns kerlous If not wori.o, In J. II. WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. Etllll- Mason.e Treasurer. an exhibit entitled "Mako our K ntucky apple orchards ut the pres- - dally in 1922, which is an Increase- sp eial tffort to nu -the car thut ac-tlf- lc - You Should Read H jThe Louisville Herald vested. To enablo tho poultryman to cull hls hens proporly tho exhibit gives points to be looked for when a poor layer or n good Thcso points aro iiulcklj learned and aro means of Increasing profits from poultry. ' by Demonstrations extension In tho methods nnd Import- nnce of spraying fruit trees have re-tIn fnrm orchards being cd on over 37,000 farms In 1021, cording to reports to tho United states Department of Agriculture. workers he sprny-termlnl- i (.! .' illfers th 20-2- 3. vHwm IftY.lir! nc-no- w fEvery Woman Wants I DIRECTORY infUni-n-.at;o- n. FARM DEPARTMENT. get--tin- n-.- d i.rd J nn-lt,0- I1 , of jKe Mothers use ycar",,, A IntH-'tro- De-hea- Rejfe it Yermil For the ue n. 0f tn ujoi,rau i ..... one-fift- ..!,. j. (,.. ( n, ''" , j .i -- i.ii,. i " a't,t j km REMEDY &BBBB& wmKn., !m&&M GERMINAL FORGONE MONTH t solf-feed- a. I Inv.-ntory- I j,-- lr .... USE LI V-VER-- I s i iu, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, I i "'---- -- .. ..... nviir-(Slrvcjl- ll. rf l..t a i ...! Bk j. ,.,,!. j I I'm-uiu- - 4 I HplPWW mr- 1 BRITAIN TO BUILD TROOP AIRPLANES aIul "Bator, lawyer, prosecuting UI,B0 of l,, court of HTAILS . o c'"' P3 i SHO Ei fl ( I.ontlon, Doc 9. Tip-u- p ha and ronornl luxury will lie tlio keynote of tlio wonderful now air Inissei now bring liultt fnr tin. British army. No inoro will MrltlHh soldi r bo ronvoKtV weury Journeys In ilroary traliiH. Henceforward tlio nor- -, tnl transport muchine will oirry a lull) armed platoon nf Infantry at tho rati of two mil it minute. Tlu construction nf I ho machine:! will In sin next January. Thuy will bii constructed entirely of steol. Tho fun luge Is to bo I'spocblly roomy. Tho Heats, when not In use, will fold back against the aides of tho cabin. The machines already designed will carry fifty men, with equipment, hut those which will follow shortly ntt r will bo capablo of taking oiii' hundred or even two hundred soldier. Tho mnaller machines nro expected to bo In use. by the middle of next year. The emit will Im fitted with four 700 bornnpowcr Uenrdmora engines typo. of the seml-Dleswill not only lie economical to These run hut will greatly rcducu tho risk of flro. maTho present chines In use at Irak nro designed men only for cnrrylng twenty-fiv- e and consist of four iiuadrous. Tho primary Ubo of these moiiHter busses is, of course for policing large native nreas and quickly quelling Insurrections. troop-carrying AND HTHIPES When Mrs. John lluih.1.0.0, (,: New York, illiplnyoil a French trlco- lor on Imr flagpole to wIcomo Clomenceau sh was promptly Infnrm-truo- p oil that a Htato law nrohlhlls tho flv- liiK of n foreign fhg without the Stars nnd Stripes ho'ldc it. Since aha had but out flagpole alio was told sho would havo to fly Old Glory or none. . iiBc .r Following that meeting Mr. Brown 0 ll ,. g.V... .. and that ifto bo inoro (teflnl.ci) ...ipia .i noxt wo:k. Gradors for the diiloreni po m .. 211 tho district will d tlon. Dato for the; exam In- not yet been sot but It will probui., session. A numb bo a three-da- y of growers who do not expect to I) wnrohouso graders, dcslro to Jt . .. thi examination, that they may be ablo to correctly grado their own tobacco upon delivery. Arrangements will bo mado with local rcdrylng plants to tnko care of tobacco that may he left on the floor, Mr. Brown says In answer to a number of Inquiries. US , v- i bootleggiehs use bogus I). It . MONEY . pt, i-i?l,'.-. . -- , . Several thousand dollars In conn tcrfclt $10 and J20 bills Is report cd to bo In circulation along tho New Jersey coast In tho vicinity of Atlan tic Highlands. It Is believed to be an extensive prnctlco nmong bootleggers to give bogus money for liquor obtained from rum running shlp nlong that part of the shore. OPEUATES CANNING FACTORY st-n- -u Claude May I call ymi by your your about Norah How Harlow's Weekly. name? - first name? last l!JttN(i!Ni COLUMBUS BIGHT up TO BATE for the A now iFsue. of stamps Indies shows Colli u.bus British West holding a telwcopo 100 years before Pittsburgh UIs- t was Invented! j.atch. lanngo to he kltchon. Norah? Cook - Well, you just try to break four plates without making a noise. How do you Mist rum (annoyed) make so much noise (n . p- - Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S R 'A C A STOPAHENTS . WOULD SPANK Varents of children who engage In "puppy lovo" pscupadiis. according lo Judge Lawrence Jacobs, of the Chicago boys' court, Khould be spank-- d along with their rrlng offspring. "In nearly every case." he says, "you1 will find paternal indulgence. spankthink If we had n few public would suddenly bor ings tho fashion come unpopular." EXPENSES CAMPAIGN' 1'AIII WITH CAKK camThe novel method of ralslug by offering angol food paign funds cak.- nt bazaars, picnics and similar gatherings was adopted by Mrs. Shroyer, who was Democratic Cook nominee for commlsslontr of county, which Includes Chicago. She money to was able to raise enough miles besides paying for travel B000 all other election activities. - th .niiPkt man In tho world U Eng-InnLambert, of Crnwborough. Jack ha recently wlobnUcd who birthday. He stands twimty-rourt- h 2 feet 10 lnehes high. pi.,. d. Sickly children need Vhlto's Cream It not only destroys Vermifuge. worms, If thorn ho any, but it actsstomas a strength nlng tonic In tho Trice :ioc per nm ..,.!, n,ul bowels. Drue tie. Sold hy Ohio County m Company. tobacco of France's production this year Is expected In reach pounds, nearly 10,000.000 pounds inoro than last year. WOMEN MO Flvo yearn ago when Mrs. Blanche tbsjfah Branch, of Marengo, Iown, was confronted with tho problem of supporting three children sho took over tho managomont of her father's canning VIEWS OK INTEHEST TO WOMEN factory. She is now tho proprietor canning plant nf a large, Farm Journal Some people arc which deploys 200 persons nnd turns born to 111 luck. An old woman who 11 nut 3,000,000 cans of corn annually ha3 pasted nearly 5000 medical reom cipes In a book during the past 40 GIANT KECKUIT TO SKK years has never been 111 a day, and SERVICE IN HAWAII sho Is growing discouraged. I Syracuse, N. Y D:c. 9. Pacifists Washington Post One reason why should who decry "glint nrmles" tnko a slant at the newest recruit tho movies are such a bad lnthnnce keep the on children Is that they of "this man's army" In this city. so much. He's William Ilandolph Dare, of mmthers away from homo Uochoster. 24 years old, 6 feet 1 Inch h How Richmond in height, nnd wolghlng jut 2GI1 foolish are tho tears of discourage pounds. Dare, enlisted for the Medbeing shed over the ical Corps. Is slated for service In ment that aro rather uniformly poor showing of the Hawaiian Islands. the woman candidates In tho rec nt A glance election! The Diner How did I order my congressional eggs? at the list of other public offices to Well, you weren't any which members of the fair sex have Waitress been elected Lads to the feeling that too polite about It. Lampoon. f-rthey are really advancing very rapid Walter Pardon me. sir, but this ly. bill er doesn't Include the waiter. ' Grand- Provincial Party Well, I didn't Uochoster Times-Unio- n eat any waiter, did 17 Punch. 111 Felton will be senator In name only." Well, well, so many aro like Diner (to restaurant waiter) that. pects to be to this country and takes What havo you got for dinner? part In such a movement ought to Hoastbeoffrlcasscdchlck-enstewcdlambaked Wnlter Washington Times Before marry- havo a radical cure found for him." and frlcdpotatoes ing, every young lady should test collegepuddlngmllktenandcoffeo. hpr suitor's disposition by malting liAW KULES OVEU SEA Diner Glvo mie tho third, fourth, him carry a mattress upstairs. fifth, sixth, 18th nnd 13th syllables. In connection with the casti of RayDallas News Tha mond Bowrron, engineer on a merKKCOHD STALK OP COTTON pioneer women who crossed tho Boc-k- y chant marine vessel, who was Indictmountains In skirts now have ed on charges of defrauding the gov A cotton stalk Btandlng five feet bearing 700 balls granddaughters who think they must ernment, the U. S. supreme court held six Inches tall and that tho criminal Jurisdiction of the was grown on a plantation In Geor- put on pants to climb a hill. United States extends to American regia. So far as known this is a Chicago Tribune An indifferent, citizens on the high seas. To hold cord number of balls, on a slnglo society otherwise, it was argued, would undisciplined or profligate stalk. persons outside the three-mil- e -. -wilt not raise disciplined children. permit limit to violate the criminal (at Grab and Grunt) Milk Weak, parental control and vicious Wnlter or water? adult habits will bo refected In the statutes with impunity. Customer Don't toll :no please; habits of adolescents. OVEItllAUL LARGEST VESSEL let mo guess. Gargoyle. ' Heartburn Is a symptom of IndiTIIIIOWS PIIONK AT "CKXTKAL" gestion. Take a dose of Herblue In The Majestic, the larccst steam-shl- ii InIn actlvo service, was taken to such cases. T'he pain disappears Because ho couldn't get "central," stantly. The bowels operate speedi- the naval drydoclc at South Boston Thomas Noel, of Mount Holly, Yu ly and you feel fine, vigorous and to be overhauled because that was so hopelessly lost his temper that ho cheerful. Prlco 60c. Sold by Ohio tho only drydock large enough to nc-- j pulled tho phone from, tho wall, County Drug Co. liner. Be- -, m commodate tho 950-fothrew It Into his car, drove two miles having several tons of barnacleij sides to tho operator's homo nnd hurled It OIULS DKFINK KLAPPKK removed from Its bottom tho vessel thru tho glass door. In court he will receive a coat of pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct, n In answer to a questionnaire cir- paint nnd bo equipped with paid a $25 fluo and agreed to repair culated among the girl students of propellers bronze-- , manganese of the door. college. New York, tho which it Is believed will increase its Adelph.1 modern flapper was defined ns "flir- speed. Vi:T Ml MAItltlKS GIKL 1(1 1 but harmless." tatious, brainless, One student considered a flapper a THUST CHILD TO PROVIDENCE Pltt-liMJoseph Is 15 and 21 who "vet" of tho Civil girl between "Let Providence and not tho meth"flapping" between girlhood and war and others, mnrriod womanhood while another branded ods of sclenco take ouY baby out of Hosy Clouse, a minister's daughter 'sister as a "flip- tho world." declared Jamos C. Ky. Plttman's hor of Mount Vernon, or Chicago, who wu told that pant, flighty, forward, factious fakprovlous wife died a year ago. baby would be betIn clothes, his er, primarily Interested ter off thud. Tho child was born boys and herself." . with neither arms nor legs, although HAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS otherwlso perfectly normal. ItltOKK COUBTSHIP PKOM1SKS .'k; . Hectus, Note Heads, nts, Envelopes, Sale Bills, t a u other ..ards. paed to furnish you ' .: tter 4' may desire in the way iiib d Matter. u - i O EDS, MORTGAGES, , I2T STOCK. . something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE You have HAh FORD REPUBLICAN. Times-Dispatc- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY 1 ...vSUXlUUI THOUGHT PLATINUM TIN CHEAP TRINKET Mrs. W. F. Bevan, of Baltimore, platinum, bar-pi- n lost a diamond-so- t valued at $12,000, Careful search was made and the police wero appealed to but without avail. A year and a hnlf after tho loss a telephone message to polled headquarters reported that the trinket had boen taken to a local jewelry .manufacturing con cern for appraisal. Through officials of this concern the pollco soon got in touch with tha man who had brought It In. Ho surrendered it to them, explaining that he had found It in a streot car and that his wife, thinking! it a cheap pin set with Imitation diamonds, had worn It for months as she had gone about her As it had attracted conhousework. siderable attention, he said, she had decided to have It examined by experts to learn what It was worth. PROPOSES PROFIT-SILUUNG railroad or in outside enterprises. Yearly a portion of the not earnings of the railroad will bo distributed to certificate holder. The full investment may be recalled on 30 days notice. . GETS INJUNCTION AGAINST DOCTOR. Miss Maud Wymer, of Cedar Rapids, Iowa, obtained.' an injunction d against Dr. H. N. Grimm, who stuck out his tongue and: made faces at her whenever he saw s, her on. tho street. Dr. Grimm, would run his car close to tho curb and honk his siren so loud as to startle her and drive her almost inad. she-claimeshe-say- -- . SEIZE EXCESS COAIj a ot lfi-to- Henry Ford has asked the Interstate commerce commission foik authority to introduce among the employees of his railway a profit-sharin- g system similar to that used In plants. Employees his industrial will buy Investment certificates and tho money will bo invested in tho 111 More than 350 tons of anturacltsr coal was seized from tho estate of J. Plorpont Morgan, at Newburgh, H. Y., and distributed among the residents of tho town by Willlum, Perkins, county fuel administrator. Other seizures have also been made. A machine that husks corn and cuts tho husks Into strips that resemble excelsior, and can bo used for same purposes, has been invented by a Chicago man. vti i I Great-grand-fath- ii. uij j umjjajmmMMtfMti...F wjiiwimi BtvinsmiriiunMIIirliiuin uinrnm uiMinmumn o s bm SHiSHHrarasaHiaraiaujarattfiiQiuBfiaiQbiiHH WfartwaMiiiBliltriMMirrT ultra-mode- rn ill t jgri r,.1in mmJTrtrZ&&xM.TrmLJ7MLLimn mbim lilt! 13 3 two-day-o- ld H u E3 "Biult Me Up" T USED Cardul for years strengthened me and, as 'twas and it did me more good recommended to do, it regurun-do- i TIF! niF 'IMtM SONT i'Kl'flU ME T' PE STo' T' sick," "Women In politics mako mo New Eugene Kon.anskl. remarked an ho obYork dry goods merchant, waiting ut served a crowd of women A few tlio polls on election day. with his face bad ly moments later, his bruised and his clothes torn and lml-- d Komnnskl was collar missing. churgos before tv Judge to answer preferred hy of disorderly conduct 0110 of tho womion Voters. HVIMIKMH COURT JUIUJK T' WASH HER HAIt WP EN PEM SHE oY MAP. CASE AH GOT YIOOL SOAP. sir SOME KIN' O' SOAP Whllo J. C. Gowln, of Henrietta, Tex., was courting his wife he told hor that ho was wealthy and could build her a flue homo, tako hor traveling and dross her In a manner becoming his high scale of living. After they were mnrriod Gowln failed to ninko good his promises and Mrs. Gowln was recently awarded $1000 actual and $G00 exemplary damages for his breach of tho martial con- tract. CONDEMNS WAIt PACIFISTS r , than any medicine I ever used," writes Mrs. M. C Mrs. William G. McAdoo, wife, of tho former secretary of tho treasury IfS Ragsdale, of Fort Towson, and daughter of Woodrow Wilson, Okla. "I used to suffer with ercapod paying a flue for speeding m womanly trouble that weakat Eagle Bock, Cal. Judge Cruzon ened me until I was a mere said: "Not ones, havo I fined a pershadow, nervous, and could less son who has been In tho state than two months and when I loarn-eE2 not sleep. I did not feel like I could live. Mrs. McAdoo was a roceut arrival I did not press tho case against her." "It seemed that nothing Thei McAdoos have been living in helped me till I heard of California part of tho time for sevCardui and began to use it. It eral years. di MILS. Mi'ADOO ESCAPES FINE E in m lated and built me up till I was like another woman." If you arc weak, and feel that you need a tonic, take Cardui, the woman's tonic, the tonic about which you have always heard, the tonic that helps weak women regain their strength. Cardui acts on the womanly system and helps relieve pain and discomfort due to female ailments. Try Cardui, today, for your trouble. m D D lndopendonco of tho Judiciary A from politics, says Miss Florence chief Issue which elect-- d Un. was tho Ohio. hor to tho supremo court of fH'at woman to receive this Sho U tho Allen Is honor in any state. Miss new work tor the eminently qimllflou nows,papor by hor experience us a Imuilgratiou inves- writer, teacher, -- In Now Gen. Porshlng, speaking York 011 Armistice day, declared that there nro too many pacifists "running nround loose" for tho good of the country. "Their propaganda ought to bo stopped," ho said. "I nm sick of this 'war against war' movement. nro I understand that Us sponsors getting men to pledgo that they will not In tho future s. rvo In any war. who owos a!', ho haa and et- Ay nn VACCINATION LAW UPHELD Compulsory vaccination luws wore by the. United Indirectly upheld States 'supreme court In approving tho actlou of Texas courts In dismissing $10,000 damugo suit brought by Bosalyn Zucht, of San Autuulo, who was expelled from chool because her par nts refused ' 'cr I" vicclnated. 11 m B RVfV H CARDUI The Woman's Tonic n i 1 Til II III II HI imtWrtfrtHH-wJ'"'- I11FJFV11 iiimr r W?TiayrT'TH'T1Fifli" ""' """"J4UE) o 11 TiliMfir 11 n" i tm - ri t'JlJMftwV itlMMMMfci fliMli 11 Km HT " BBS IKISZSl 1EL- -' BEADS ODDLY, STRUNG CHy I. D. j Claire) i 1 roo where a folhivv down oast In Moro progress has been made In Retting out cf a bathtub foil anil HARNETT'S creek the development of the various do- firoku hU nfek. That fettles the partmonts o.f tho Dark Tobacco bath business for mo. Naver again Mr. and Mrs. Huddle Crowo spent Grower's Association will I wrocklestdy ondanRer my lite Sundny with their dnifghUT, Mrs. during tho last two works than was bathtub. Safety Jtrt HongliJid nntt- Mr. Hongland. hi a treacherous oVor nop0(l for ,,7 tho mogt 01,tlmls-Mi- ii for nw. flrst Opal Hartlett, who has been j tjc of (ts orRanMr9i III of typhoid. Is able to be out again. jocal consei ilas ,een appointed Mrs. Clarence Hartlett tor tU(1 community contow of the ir you cannot Rive all your friends Mr. and you 3per.t Tuesday with Mr. Jesse Ilart-- i expenrive Christmas presents, district ; warehouses have been pur can at lnait glvo to those who will lolt and Mrs. Hartlett. chased or leased In air towns of any d most an add-appreciate- them The IKtle son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed- slzo from- Paducah on tho Ohio to smile, a kindly word or a friendly win Mason, Is 111 bf bronchial trou- Hartsvllle on the- - Cumberland. The handshake for which they may be ble. Wnr Finance Corporation has agreed more grateful than for sifts of sold. Mrs. James Richardson, who has to loan tho Association $7,500,000; Try It. grades have been established) been sick, Is Improving. anil Mr. Onls Wade and family of preparations nre being made to reIt Is my daily task to meet a numand ceive tobacco. ', .pent Saturday night ber or ii' w people, and aiuoiiR these Sunday with Mr. vWado's mother Due to the fact that practically are a few, a very few, whose well Mrs. Cloah Wcrio and other relatives. none of the warehouses or factprles ontnrtd cotirtsey Inspires the unhappy Master Otis Ilhojds was the week- lu the district are equipped with a o reflection that I may n'ver have end guest of lib grandmother. Mrs. Mifflcfent amount of tobacco handlto meet them ngalir. The qual- Rachael Ilhoads, of Union Grove1. ing devices, tho dale for receiving . ity of friendliness without familiarimembers' crops can not be set at this ty, and congeniality without boldtime. R. E. Cooper, Director . of ness, and ep(lally so with women, URGE LIMIT IN AIR Warehouses, has promised, howover, Is a rare and priceless sift, and oneSUBMARINE CRAFT that the receiving stations will open " geod to meet. as soon as possible. From Clarksvlllo. Tonn.. Claude A visitor from California, a forWashington, Dec. 13. A request Cocke, vice president of the Assomer Kentucky newspaper man, tells to ciation, reports a clear path for the seek that President Harding me that the grape growers of that efficient operation of the pool. limibroaden the scope of the naval state 'are ready to shoulder their "Wo are all working here," Mr. tation agreement, o as to Include n guns to fight for the enforcement of small- Cocke sujd last night, "and I belimitation on construction of the Volstead law. And the reason er types of war vessels and on mili- lieve that we will set a record by the Rrapes .fold h fiald, is that whereas tary and naval air craft, Is included manner In which we 'handle our for $9.00 the ton before Volstead We are not ready in the annual naval bill as reported members' crops. WMated they arc now selling for today by the House Appropriations to open the receiving stations yet f!20 a ton. Now Fluke, don't so Committee. because of the lack of equipment." sad plant a vineyard. When the office force which is Under the bill as lirouri t Into the by S. S. Stitt, secretary perbo asked House the President would This cold snap will remind a good open negotiations with Great Ilrlt-ai- fects the system by which the As many folks of sonu weather wo were tu France, Italy, and Japan, for an sociation tobacco will be handled, having about five years ago at this agreement which would limit future word will be sent to the managers of time. I shall not soon forget how building Then the of all surface and submersi- all of the warehouses. during those long, cold winter nights will bj callhaving a ton-ca- warehousu ble typa of war craft Arthur Kirk and myself bunked toof 10,000 or less and on all ed into Hopkinsville for Instruction Houss, and how gether at the Foster in their duties. It is Important to im- classes of army and navy nlr craft. e never ventured out at night nor In its report the commit tee point- - pnss the managers with the fact that xorr far in the. daytime. And still will woik under the out that the arms conference did tho book-kepe1 won d iiot.objct) to living that win-.0- " of types nf supervision of the main office, Mr. Vint limit the number ter over again. similar war vessels and added that Stitt said. congress The new headquarters of th- - Ashad reacnod I finally finished late Sunday Information Copyrieht 1921 Hart SehafFncr & Marx already largo programmes are sociation will be occupied next week sight, reading tint elongated ''streak' "that up to the maxi- by the entire force. Expense-- ' will plumed of vessel' 3f Fluke's In last week 'a Republican. agree- be reduced by. the conc.ntratlon of reading it mum size permitted under the types the workers and a mor efficient or7 put In my spare time ment and that new and larger through Saturday and Sunday, and crnft have begun to ganization will result. In this re finally I got so absorbed In It that, of spect the Dark Association .already put in an appearance." F just dropped everything and read surpasses the Burley pool because Competition U straight on to the end. Seek to Check .1 the offlc s In Lexluglon are housed I "in other words" the report con in several buildings. Buddy McPheag says ho was ter--' tinned, "competition is on again in Joseph Passonneali. Manr;er of the ribly disappointed with President the single direction to which the un- Field Service Division, left tonight HardingiV announcement that prohi- - rut If ierl agreement does not extend, for Washington, D. C. whore lu will bltlnn enforcement was bordering on .m,i if it bo allowed to go on un confer-ncUtend the Commis- checked the purse strings again must a.' nati'unnr scandal utter At this conference the work sioner Haypes had been assuring be relaxed and this Government, liko of th: Dark Tcbacco Association will to the country every day that his all others, will be constrained be outlined to the heads of other cowas a Manning success. launch upon a new programme to the operatives. It is believed that pur extent necessary to keep up at least progress will compare favorably with If I don't go broke in the moan- -' abrest of any of the other Powers." that of any other Association. tltiie, I shall make a very brief visit ti,0 committee prefaced Its reconv-toMh- e llefore he left Hopkinsville, Mr. old burg during the holidays,' mendatlons by ii review of the announced that the Passonneau Jim Carter, Dillts Ward, Uill comiillshments of the Washington Field Service Division would hold a Keane, Frank Wallace, Miles Crowd- -' conference, declaring an "enormous series or grading demonstrations well-dresse- d. er. Pud Stevens or any other of my burden" of expenditure already had during the three weeks following old friends want to leave me somo i,een removed by the stopping of work Dfcember 18. It Is important that office1 on tne larger types of warships and smoking at the Republican all members attend one or more of they will please leave It with Duke, tlint much good had resulted from the thcsE exhibitions in. order that the for if Fluke gets hip claws on it It ' limitations placed upon gun calibres Association tobacco may be properly well-dresse- d. will be goodnight for me. and other building. classified when It Is delivered to the of "The splendid achievements warehouses. DRAINAGE RON!) TAX that conference," tho report continuRcfore the Warrhouses may be opAed, "need not be recited here. war house ened for tobacco tho-te- n Roy Muffet, et al., Drainage. District. lthough tho agreement entered into corporations set up by Aaron Sapl- The landowners whoso lauds are has not been ratified by all the par- - ro. marketing expert, must be Incor bonded In the Roy Muffett Drainage tlcliiatlnir covernnjenK America is porated. This work 1? being done by one-ha- lf ONtrlct of Ohio County, Kentucky, looking forward to that end. Abo D. Walduer, Mr. Saplro'. assist "Tho conference did not, however. ant. are hereby notified that tho first so- ties of bonds issued to construct said 'limit the, number or types of vessels The various corporations comprise n ditch, will be duo on January 1, coming up to or under the 10,000-tothe following counties. limits, either in tho and clght-gu- n 1. The Hopklnsvlllo District, in ia3. Persons owing assessments lu the way of surfaco or subsurfaco craft, cluding Christian, Muhlonberg, Lywhat-rouudistrict should seo C. O. Hit nt or, nor did it Impose any limitation on. Caldwoll, West Section of LoTreasurer, Hartford, ICy., at over on aircraft, gan and Todd Counties. once and pay amount of tax duo on j "It Is the committee's Information 2. Th Paducah District, includMarshall ald bonds. Penalty will bo added that already largo programmes are ing Ilallard, McCracken, planned of vossols up to the maxi- and Livingston Counties. af:ir January 1.' 192!!. mum size permitted under tho agree-rueS. I,. ICING. :;. The Mayfield District. Includand that new and larger typos, ing Graves, Fulton, Hickman, and Drainage Commission r. of subsurfaco craft have begun to Carlisle Counties. In othor put In an appearance. horse 4. .The Murray District. Including words, competition Is on again in the Calloway and Trigg Counties. ITuunlf of this community are inKluglo direction to which the unrati5. Tho Springfield District, hog killing and shipping and fied agreement does not extend. Davidson cluding Robertson, ... gi ' Sumner Counties and count!' h of the his new NKW JSANK IN DUNDEE Mr. Lonnle Daniel has Tullanoinu District. Tonn. I IS NOW IN OPERATION building iilmoht completed. District. InC. Tho Clarksville who was' The ton of Elvis Dollart. Cheatham, Montgomery. cluding The now Hank In Dundee, known DIoksou, Houston. Stewart, Humph shot on 'thanksgiving day, Is lin- -. ! las tho Hunk of Dundee, opened Its ries, Henry, Woakloy and Obion proving. viultud doors, and bonk for business Tues- Counties. TonnoMieo. W. O. Mattlngly Mrs. j day. December tho 12. Reports are infriends in Coclllu, Thurbduy. 7. The Henderson District, family visited hat coiiBliloralilu l)iinlnM Is being cluding Hundernon, Union, CrittenMr. Joe Arnold and INJUNCTIONS, for Chrht's sake hath forgiven you. HlltLICAL Mr Arnold's daught r. Mr. Nellie transacted by tho new tnutltutlon den, Hopkins und Webster Countlos. Eph. 4:.T2. !anil Hint proBpficts are flattering for McCoy, lu Louisville recently. S. The Howling Greon Districts, Kxcrcdliigly Joyful Great Is my (Contributed) Warren, Simpson, Wade Dellart or Ibis vicinity, future Micros. Mr. including Hutler. Ite hliong in Hie J.oid Finally my bolduca; of speech toward you, great t detained a broken collar bone when ' The article of incorporation woro Eastern Section of Logan. Allen. Hur-loa horo In Central City, oi Initially (trailed with th Instllu-- t Mouroe, brethren, be strong lu the Lord, und is my glorying of you; I am filled thrown from Kdmonson. Grayson, Inn bearing tho name of "Hank of Taylor and adjoining Countlos, Ken- in tho power of Ills might, put on with comfort, I am exceedingly Joyful Friday. y the wholo armour of God that yo may In all our tribulations. 1 Cor. 7:4. Mr. John Payton has opened a now IvoiiRh River" but It became neccs-aur- tucky. Judge not Judge not according to to chaugo, duo to tho fact that Horeo Hrunch. Gallutln District, Includ- bo able to btanil against tho wiles of tore in 9. The the appeuruncu, but Judgo hi rightand tho devil. Eph. GilOU. Smith Mr. James Porgubou mndo a bust-u-n- s another bank In tho State bore that ing Jackson, Macon, St. John 7:4. Hcg;lii Hie iluy wight Cause mo to eous Judgment. I1U11M'. trip to Hartford. Tuosday. Tiousdalo Counties, ami tho WestJJellevo lu light While yo have & Jliv Nut lioswoJl wont to Owens-fcor- o ern Stctton of Sumner County, Ten- hoar thy loving kindness in the morning; for in thee do I trust; cause me light, believe in the light that yo. Mrs. A. M. Harmlon. of Russull-lll- e, nessee. Frlduy, returning Saturday. and Miss Adah Chandler, of Oweiihboto DUtrlct. In- to know the way wherein I should may be tho children of light, .Those Nola Ford was In Heaver Dam 10. Tho Mrs. Hrecken-rtdgwulk; tor I lift up my soul unto tilings spake Jesus, and ho departed, Louisville, will arrive lu Hartford cluding Ohio. McLean. I'u sduy. and did hide himself fioui them. 143:8. S. llean and llttlt son went withlu the rest few ivy. to he the and Daviosa Counties, Thee.-Psal- ius Hancock Mrs. J. lie kind nnil forgiving And ho yo St. John 12:3C. cue t of their jUter, Mrs. O. M. Kentucky und Spenc.r County ind. to LnuUvUlo Saturday, shopping. (ilu thanks Surely tho righteous )' J Judge Crowe, for bevtnl hind, one to nnothr, tender-hearteMr and Mrs. Joe Stewart and Tho Hartford Republican SJ.30 year 4orgllug one unotuer, oven as God.shall glvo thanks unto thy name. The laughter. Lillian, left Monday for ''aj j ( Sun-nydal and Tcrre Haute,' Ind., ' Ill wik Mm. Minnie Phelps Is on the sick list Evan-vlll- tii TOBACCO POOL MAKES' SPLENDID PROGRESS Jz:' aH e.x-m- - i u, ge book-keepe- rs ,,' rs I sub-surfa- Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes give you "that prosperous look" e. 'ir You know it's a business asset to have people say about you "he looks prosperous;" it pays to be We have the clothes ' that keep men Hart Schaffner & Marx make them. You get the fabrics, tail- oring and style that only the finest taild to ors can give at about one-thir- J less. ' ty We'd like to show you. We can fit any fig- ure and any purse. j nt i:ra:h COOPER BROTHERS Beaver Dam, Ky. upright hall dwell lu thy iiresenco Psalm 140: K --- - n. MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED -- o. , Cu-w.-- , d, M. C. Mldklff, Narrows Route 2, to Dob King, Dundee. Robort Hruce Wnde, Eldorado, III., to Dimple Clay Fulkorson. Mellon ry, Ezra Shultz. Prontlss,- - to Susun Elliott, Heaver Dam Route. 4. Romlo Ronfrow, McIIenry, to Mary Pierce, McIIenry. Ira Hazollp, Reynolds Station, to Octavia Decker, Hartford, Routo 2. ! n - -