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The Hartford republican: December 22, 1922 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 hao1922122201_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 22, 1922 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1922 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. it ' ir . i. The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXV REAL AID FOR DARK POOL Devoted to The Interests of All The People 'of Ohio County. Subscription $1.50 per Y4a HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, mor nml daughter, Miss Gertrude, city, went to Central City, yesterday, to attend the funeral and burial. QUARTERLY MEETING TO UK HELD HERB SUNDAY FRIDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1922. NUMBER 26 her exports nnd $90,000,000 greater SAYS SCHOOL FUNDS FIVE MAKE ESCAPE than the value of commodities ship-- j DR. C. F. HEAVRIN IS FROM LONDON JAIL pod abroad in November last year. IMPROPERLY HANDLED Kornit'i" Superintendent of Mclean 4 t " ' V U K. Accused of Usurping Power of Hoard i "War Finance Corporation The first quarterly meeting of the Ky Dec. 20. Violathe HartApproves Loan Or $7,- - present conference year, forS.. will he Frankfort, law relating to disbursetions of the ford circuit., M. E. Church .. . ( 500,000. held with the Hartford congregation ments of school funds are charged Sundny, Dec, 24. Dr. J. W. Rawl-- j against W. T. Bennett, termor school Inc3. the Presiding Elder for tho dls- - superintendent of McLean County, In George was received hero that thejtrlct, will ho In chargo. Ho will a report filed today with Word Colvln, State Superintendent. The a. Wash-- 1 preach at 7:00 o'clock p. in, "War Flnn'nctf'Corporntlon It Is not definitely known as to audit of the county was made by W. Ington had nprroved tho $7,500,000. asked tor hv the Dark Tobacco i act time the officials aro to meet for L. Threfkeld', auditor of the DepartThe icport rement of Education. Association. A, the business session, Grower' commends that all amounts alleged to request vfr lliuitclal assist-- 1 formal sev- - MISS ALPHA COCHRAN havo been illegally spent be rcover-e- d nco was made to tho War Hoard SUCCESSFUL PASTOIl , ., from Mr. Bennett or from his i.v .i committee U aded i a mj vru bondsmen. hy w. F. Bradshaw, president ot u.e Tho church at Salyersvlllo, (Ky.) Tho report charges that the County At thnt time ll was an Ac.nrintlon. with the' great Board of Education paid out $S46.93 almost collapsed was jiounced that favorable action crowds present, and fo a new struc as usury on money it borrowed. The ture Is Immediately to be erected report recommends that this charge Reams D. Farmer, troaurr. maoe -- .n.nmnnt wlioti ho Miss Alpiia uoenran, me pastor, is a be returned to tho board and used for and iJrnod. of tho approval of tho loan: graduate of tho University of South- - the "binoflt of th'o taxpayer , uu . .... boys and girls of pupil aso In McLean Information from the wai ri- too. ..iiiu...,u,ably assistedu,....,..-by Miss County." Sho Is our; .nance Corporation confirming Doth women live In the, onp- - Hendricks. Cites Law Violations. loan from them of seven and Is Miss parsonage. Cochran Is added Mr. Threlkeld In bis report sahl of dollar IJanToot the oa.o in which a sound' principal of tho high school Tho thnt Mr. Bennett violated the school subscrlp-Tobacc- o law In making payments In advance Cslncss such as the Dark 'Advocate has Increased In . He ar- - , tlon by 300 per cent. Dr. S. K. Hunt. of approval by the county board. o- Orders' Association can guperJnlen(lent ()f lho Ashiand said that in many payments HAHTKOHW 1H(5H SCHOOL District, Is taking deep Interest In. wero made from one week to two WINS DOUHLE-HEADEthe banks In the district Association the building project, and personally! months beforo thry we.o autLorlzed hV acreeil to loan tho seventy- - secured $12,500 from a fow persons Hartford's girls and boys each hr?o million three hundred by the board. taking care , approached. On account of tho na-- j Inspector declared that the su- came out victorious In the twin basThe iont thousand dollars for jnn.ooo1 fc perintendent usurped the authority ket ball games played with Utica on eigM hundred! church can be built for $25,000. The of tho board and that both the su- the local court Friday night of last 0ftafaV.aoCMen million a),out 1.000, bitt po,)U,aUon and the board acted In week. Tho girls' game came nearer sevcnty-iou- r ,, ,ut. great rural section contributes to perintendenttho law requiring that all to being a scoreless affair than any violation of nkt inc ud.ug the Na- - this county seat town. Gas, olland1 warrants or checks bo signed by both ever .staged on a local court, only 5 game r,ch mber mak( tho count tho chairman of tho hpard and the tallies being made In the entire tlonal ending 3 to 2 In favor of Hartford. Western Christian Advocate. Dec. 13.' county superintendent. work, but d 0lki of Nasi! Miss Cochran held meetings at An unfortunate controversy has ex- The guards, all, did fine Washington and Hartford, ear- -' isted during the term of the prosont nobody could sink tho leather thru Tcnn.. hao oxttm ed ( remembored superintendent. H. M. Stroud, accord- tho circle for scores. The Hno-iy- ? . h nnd tw , count credit of three million fcnMmunltlo8. - -, ing to the report, as t,o which bank was as follows: hundrd fifty thousand uoi utlca , establishes tho should bo the depository for school HartforA whole thing absolutely 1 0 F Balrd nrr,tiaii rnuuiuwin ho had Tlchenor' The inspector said ' Association's finances. AT THE CIIURCIDES funds. 1 Balrd , Manager of tho the controversy and that in Klrke . ' 2 settled Joseph Passonneau. 0 Pate-- C 1 proHenry sum future nil accounts would bo Field Service Department, Sneclal Christmas programs are bo trio Q HaU 0 King , to the perly handled. assurance g arranBod to be rondered.al each 0 the loan was another GUI O U Howard jactation's membership of absolute churcheg Tnere wm be Subs, i MOZART CLUB MEETS ........ a Christmas tree at me uapusi Allen Carter mv ..,iinp domonst.'atlons plan church Saturday night and In connec Tho Mozart Music Club had its The game- - staged by tho boys was drawing are ned by Mr. Taasonncau tion therewith a special program Is monthly meeting at tho home of the likewise close and the scoring held IiIb crowds throughout inoui to be rondered. teacher, Miss Elolse Austin, 203 N. rather low, goal throwing also be... ... If A. Y. Pendleton, of PomuroKu, ,. . o. t. wjiu conuecwuu ...I.W iuu 0 C? RAM- - Lafayette street, Beaver Dam. The ing the great troublo with most all in " vcegf at tue reguiar hour, a special following officers were present: Miss tlan County, said yesterday who tried the shoots, which ended by of tho demonsirawu, , tQ bfi rendered tending ono at tho Alma Crowder, Pres.; Miss Luclle the mark of 18 to 18 for Hartford. uo Sunday, which Baker, church. ihat thoy were moro vaiuaDio io was as follows: Miss Virginia The Hno-u- p . lembershlp than any oiutr 'Utlca t bo weU worth attending.! McKenney, Troas.; and Mr. Frank Hartford un .oa hpon done nm,nlnp In lftn , Kelloy A. A . 4 r OUIIU.J 0 Smith F Secretary. Tho Crowo "D ." Casebler, 12 ill. i.1U Diin.i. i.t innrnpd more about grading to - nectlon with the S. S. school, a pro-- 1 House was called to order by the Shults i F BIrkhead 13 dembacco and classifying It at that 0 gram Is to be given at the Metho- -' president and the following program Bartlctt Ruby C 0 h.h onstratlon than I learned in Ev- - dlst church. Special music will be was rendered: 0 May 0 G E11I3 in h imslncss." he said. 0 Moscley furnished by the orchestra. 2 .G Piano Solo Frank Kelley Case- Likens of those ry member should visit ono The little folks will predominate In bler. Subs. exhibits. It will help mm immeuo- tho programs to bo rendered at each Balrd Jokes Luclle Couch. tiroably." of tho churches. Duet Nathan Monroe, Wahntta Birkhead, for Utlca, was the star biggest Mr. Pendleton is one of the point gainer, having caged all countLeacb. A. D. ROAVE SUCCUMBS of tlno tobacco In tho dark growers Violin Solo Vienna Leach. ed by tho visitors, while Crowe for of Hartford accounted for 12 scores. The entertainment consisted As Albert B. Rowe, aged 60 years, games, contests and conundrums. De- Each of tho teams did good work. The lefcal department of uio died at his home In Centertown, Sun- lightful refreshments wero served and sociation will organize tho nrsi Prof. C. Y. Allen, of Utica and Raywarehouse corporation pt day morning, Dec. 17, of bronchial the house adjourned to meet again in mond Robertson, Hartford, officiated". HopklusvJllo today.' Tho directors pneumonia, together with a compll- - January. u., 1,0 nVed to ntteud tho meet cation of valvular heart trouble. Ho, WOMAN'S CLUR MEETS Lath-.- j hud been seriously 111 during tho pre- -, MESDAMKS RILEY ENTERTAIN' WITH SIRS. J. S. GLENN ing which will be held at tho WITH ROOK PARTY am Hotel. Abo D. Walciaur, iur vlous two weeks. Funeral services wero conducted at Saptro's assistant, will be In charge The Woman's Club hold Its regular tho Centertown Methodist church, of Mesdames A. B. and L. T. Riley, moetltiK Saturday uf(ernoon In the which Mr. Rowe was a useful mem- - entertained with a rook party In a' hospitable homo of Mrs, J, S. Glenn. MRS. XELLK FOWLKR SUCCUUW TO MALADY her, Monday afternoon, at 1:30 o'- -i very delightful manner at tho home A large portion of tho membership clock, by the pastor, Rev. Sanders.1 of the lattor, on Main Street Friday was present'to enjoy the moetiug of Nollo Fowler. 23, wlfo of Mr. Burial took placo In tho Centertown afternoon' of last weok. A delicious unusual interest. Tho program bore Mrs. at Cemetery. William Edgar Fowler, Jr., died salad course was served, and guests the, touch ot the yulotlde spirit. Mrs. of her. parents, Mr. and Tho deceased was by occupation Included tho following: Mesdames E. John B. Wilson offered Invocation. the homo City, and profession a mechanic skilled In Mrs. Lon Tweddell, In Central E. Birkhead", E. G. Barrass, R. T. Col- -, Mesdames Otto C. Martin and W. S. at about 3:30 both metal and wood work and for llns, J. P. Tappan, O. C. Martin, Dar-- . Tlnsloy, with accompaniment by Miss nfterhoou Tuesday o'clock, of a complication of diseases- yonrs operated a blacksmith and re- -' rel Sullengor, H. T. Holbrook, J. S. Margaret Nalle at tho piano, renderBesides Glenn, Bolle Coopor, O. T. Burns, ed n selection of beautiful carols. hud been lit Por pair shop In Contertown. Mrs. Fowler confinhis wife, threo sons: Messrs. Robert Leon H. Bishop aud A. D. Kirk. Mrs. T. L. Griffin gave tho story of hoalth for two years and was. ' previous to I., of Drakesboro; Louts and Basil B.,1 v the community Christmas tree In ed to her bod two months 'New Ydrk City; Mrs. Sidney Williams death. Sho nttondod Doliuont of Henderson, aud threo daughters, RANDOLPH WEDDING her was Mrs. Vernon Crowder, . DIES IN FLORIDA that of a Christmas at aad's Hill of Contrail Collego In Nashville, Teini.. and teacher- - In tho Central City; Mrs. J. Carson Gary of Bowling succea-fu- l with tho Dickens family. Mrs. Hoaa Randolph Townsend Wedlllng, old- ry Carson gavo the poenj "Christmas Green and Miss Joyce, residing with City aud Calhoun High schools. womanhood, her parents, survive. est son of tho lato Georgo W. and Wishes. Delightful refreshments Sho was a f lho typo of disposition and loved Lucy Townsend Wedding, dlQd at his wero servcd'by tho hostess. Tho atwith a sweet LICENSES homo In St, Petersburg, Florida, tending guests wero: Mesdames Mcby all who know her. Sho was born MARRIAGE RECENTLY ISSUED Dec. 14, following an oporatlou for Dowell A. Foglo and Otto C. Martin. with her in Hartford, and together ago. appendicitis the day previous. Tho next meeting of tho 'club will parents left hero bevoral years friends Willie Thommasson, Hartford, R. Tho deceased Mr, Wedding was be hold Saturday, Dec. 30th., with She has often 2lnco vhlted 4. reared in Hartford whore ho has Mrs. Sidney A. Williams hostess. .i -- nintivM horo. who resret to 4, to Maudlo Baize. Hartford R. litis-- 1 W. G. Ward, Hartford, Routo 3., many frlonds. among those of middle of her death. Bolides hor Joarn h.n.i m whom sho had b3cn marneu to Mary P. Humphroy.'Hartford R. 3. llfo, having' left this place near 25 AMERICAN EXPORTS parents. SHOW LARGE GAIN Everett Boyd, Centertown, to Mary years ago. Ho was by occupation or only threo months, and her . . .11... anlll.l TtlHiln Y7tr1 profession, a landscape architect and nhe U survived uy several omor to uursorymau and bad attained much DcJmor Eskridgo, Fordsvlllb, Washington, Dec. 18. American tlves. Myrtio Richards, Fordsvltle. tho prominence in his line of endeavor, exports in Novembor reached Funeral services wore conductea Truman L. Hoover, Hartford, R. rturlal of tho remains took nluco In highest point ot the year, according of her parents with Infrom the homo 4 to Mary Alice Jolly, Hartford R.1 St. Petersburg. Ho is survived by to official cvciseas trudo stat'stlcs terment in the Central City cemetery, 4. . his widow, who is a daughter, of Mr. made public today byrthe Department yesterday. Karroll Ward, Hartford, It. 3. to I and Mrs. L. T. Rold of Rockport, this of Commerce, showing an export buMr P. F. Schaiimlro, who is a ..-- !. IIni.irn.il 1... ft ...! II.. . .. u Mr. County, a daughter, who is a college siness totaling $3S3,l)00.O0O grandfather of Mrs.., Fowler und Lll-- W3UIUUU linj'ICf, l.llini.... Calloway, Centertown. to student. Tallolmsso.. Fla.. n. son al-, -' r.. m -- ! Claronci) , ,.., i . The November tofal Is $12,000.-00- 0 n.i ' Miss ,w i. w vv .icimuuiiiui Schlem-jLen- a Mao Beck, Centertoivn. greater than, the value of Octo- most grown and au infant son, Stan Schapmlre, Mrs. W. C ex-Jo- an u; w In comparison with November, 1913, London, Ky , Dec. 20. Five fed- tho Increase wns more than $138,000,-00eral prisoners escaped from tho London Jail, between midnight and dayA brief statement by the departlight yesterday morning, and havo ment declared that the November renot been captured. At tthe term of turns showed that American agriculFederal Court, which closed last ture and industry generally benefitweok, about 100 men were convicted ed from the increasing export busion charges of violating the prohibi- ness. Detailed analysis ot the trade, tion laws and were sentenced to Jail however, has not been made by tho terms of one to six months. Ncarl department. all this number wore confined in Jail ... where the escape of the five was REPUBLICAN TO TAKE made by cutting a hole fn the wall HOLIDAY NEXT WEEK of the second story. It Is believed a wholesale delivery As indicated In last week's issue an alarm that the Republican will not appear next was prevented by caused tho greater number of tho Lweek, Dec. 29. Usually our adver prisoners to roturn or to remain in tising patrons havo but little If any their cells. An investigation Is be- spaco during Christmas weok and as ing made to discover how tools for a general tho paper proposition cutting thru tho wall "were smuggled would be lees missed that week than Into tjio Jail and it is said the next any other during tho whole year. federal grand Jury will make a thoro Correspondents and advertisers will probe of the affair. please note our Intention. We hope Jailer Swaner has offered a re- that our patrons will excuse-- the ward for tho capture and return of proposition for the Republican's holiany or nil of the escaped prisoners. day. ' It was reported today that the flvo together near M'CHOllD IS AGAIN prisoners had been seen NAMED KY HARDING Corbln, but this can not be verified. 0. SERIOUSLY WOUNDED Dentist Shot While Engaged In Office, Is Statement Charles E. Heavrln, D. D. S., ot Louisville, was shot In his office la Loulsvillo Monday, of the present week, while doing dental work for the wlfo of the man, Clifford Black-erb- y, a Louisville Tobacco Broker, who did tho shooting. A 25 calibre, automatic pistol was used,, the mls-sl- e hitting Dr. Heavrln in the abdomen, penetrating- his intestines. The cartridge shell failed to eject and only one shot was fired. Blackerby was arrested and placed under bond. The dnly statement so far made, was by the wounded man and to the effect that ho had gone to a cabinet to obtain an Instrument to uso on tho patient, who was In the dental chair at the time, and on turning around he observed Blackerby etanding In the door tot his offico, and that he was shot without cause. Blackerby and his wife left tho office immediately. Dr. Heavrln managed to get to a phone and called his brother-in-law, Mr. H. D. Hays and nephew Marion L. Heavrln. His loss ot blood was very great and ho coon unconscious. Transfusion of blood, furnished by Marlon L. Heavrln, was resorted to Monday night, to save the wounded man's life, with good effect. Other transfusions havo since been made. Yesterday, it was said, would likely be the mo3t critical period, although chances for recovery were thought to be about even early yesterday-morning- . bo-ca- "Xldy K Washlngton. Dec. 20. President Harding today renominated InterCommissioners state Commerce Charles C: McCliord of Kentucky and Joseph B. Easiman of Massachusetts, whose terms expire shortly. : . o rln'go PERSONAL NEWS. Don't fail to see the basket ball game tonight between Caneyville and the home boys 7:30. 1 ,e. "nS'rto TS. C No-an- I m. -- ii Dr; Heavrln Is near 50. He was born in Ohio County, and is a brothaccompanied Judge W. H Barnes, er of Attorney, M. L.,'Heavrin,' ot by Mrs. Barnes, city, returned from Hartford. a several days' business trip to Washington, D. C yesterday. LOUISVILLE MARKETS f A Hot Soup, 10c; at HEG'S. i- i.", Vice-preside- ..... auu-sldla- ry i-- '" Rev. R. E. Fuqua and family movCattle Trade active on choice fat ed yesterday, into their new home recently constructed upon the site of selections, with medium, and plaintheir former dwelling which was de- er kinds slow and uneven. Best heavy cows in excellent demand at strong stroyed by fire last fall. rates, medium and . cows dull. Good fat light steers in deCaneyville has the fastest and best y. basket ball team It has had for some mand, medium kinds slow and drag-gLight trade . la stackers and. time. Don't fall to bo on hands this evening at 7:30 to root for the home feedesr of all kinds;, common, stock-er- s good dull. Fairly clearance boys. made. Quotations: Prime heavy steers, U, S. Carson, formerly actively en- $8. S0 9.50; heavy shipping stecrsr gaged in the grocery nnd hardware to good steers business in this city, has recently put. $7.50(0)8.50; medium $6.50(0)8; heifers $4.508; fat In a new line ot goods and reopened cows $4 5.50; medium to good at his tormer stand. cows $2.754; cutters $2,2502:75; Mrs. Isnac Foster, city, spent Sun canners $202.25; bulls $3'4.75; day in Central City, tho guest of feeders $5.507; stockers $3 06.25; ' relatives. Sho was accompanied, milk cows $15'65. steady; best veals Calves Market home by her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Brown, who will remain in this cityj $9 down; medium $35.50; common $2 3. Light thin calves exfor Borne time. tremely hard to dispose of at low Box candles. Loose candles, Bas- prices. Hogs Market steady to 10c high kets of Fruit, Apples, Oranges, Bana- -' Malaga Grapes, Coconuts, Rai- er. Top hogs 120 pounds ami up, nas, throw-out- s, sins, and most anything In that line $8.45; 120 pounds down $8; i $7.20. Holbrook-Hlme- s, can bo found at Shoep and Lambs Trade unchangCITY RESTAURANT. ed. Best lambs $12 down; seconds Mrs. W. H. Collins, who had been $738; best fat shoop $4.50 down; tho gupst of hor father, Mr! S. T. bucks $2.50Q3.. ' Produce; Barnctt, Mrs. Barnott and other relaButter Country packing stock! tives in Hartford tor the past fow IT) weeks, left for her homo In Spruce 25c per Eggs Candled firsts 45c dozen; Pine, Ala., last Sunday. seconds 30c. Poultry Hens, largo 18c lb.; meMrs. Lottie Hopper and little son, dium, 16c lb,; small 13c lb.; roosters Willis Jr., of tho West Providence 14c-lb- .; neighborhood, wero guests of Mrs. 8c lb.; ducks 14c tb.; goeso guineas, old, 25c each; young guiHopper's aunt, Mrs. Celeste White, Mrs. Guy Ranney. neas 1VS to 2 lbs, EOc oach; turkeys, and slster-ln-layoung No. 1, per lb. 30c. and Mr. Ranney, city, last week-en- d Rabbits Fresh, $2.50 3 dozen. and the first of this weok. Grain Curront approximate buying prices, County School Superintendent Mrs, fldhr .'mills I. S. Mason, went to Frunkfort Thurs-- ( carload lots, quoted by " sue auenu-e- d are: day ot last week, wtiero , Wheat No. 2 red, $1.43 wbu.: the annual meeting ot Supcrinten-dents and principals. She visited hor wagon wheat 3c bu. less: Corn No. 2 white, 82c; No. 2 yol-lo- w son, Robert Mason and Mrs. Masou, ' 82c; No. 2 mixed 81c. returning home, In Lexington, before No. 2 white 52c; No. 3 wblto Oats Monday. -- t. V M M ;."A KM VJ LMi .i t" ,1 '4 41 BUfcc. CARD OV THANKS mm ' ' I -.- I wish to oxpross my slncero thanks to nil who so graciously helped me during the burning ot jn" residence and for the many favors aud expressions of sympathy received since MRS. WAYNE N. STEVENS, Remus M. Retd, born nnd'ralsed in Rockport. Ky., now located In Greenville, Ala., and la the American Railway Express Agent at that city, was operated on a few weeks ago for appendicitis, has recovered, and Is nt work again. .ia) i im ni rntnu d POLAND'S PRESIDENT Ing the courso of tho confcronco of 74Q uic nonio economies section 01 me oclnt,on of colleges Land-Qrn21-2- 3. FOOT BRIDGE IS MOVED 75 FEET i ft t K It: be Kngliu'crlnR OstlrululUm So Accu rate Tlint Alignment To gun with kitchen improvement, tho Trucks Perfect, underlying Idoi bolus to embrace In Office Only Two Days gradually all the ninny shies of thai Pittsburg, Pn., Dec. 16. A mons- subject When Slain By v R) sMi &BjBjk. of Iter bridge, Ti feet long with two, Mlss Martha Van Itensnalaer, ted Artist. ICO feet high, and weighing New York, said that homo ocononi(csJ trestlcs teachera would bo neglecting nn Im- 1,200 tons, was moved bodily for a portant part of their subject if thoy distance of 75 feot hero recently and Dec. 1G. Gabriel Nnru 'did not develop household mnnage- - tho workers who rodo over the struc --Warsaw. towicz, tiiflt president of the Polish mc)t t0 ,he fuMt ex,ont Th(J tepm ture In the morning, at Its former lo ,, republic, fell before an assassin s nnnu. , cation, rode over It again in the ev nullets nt noon today, Just one week ,(e managomcnt ot everything that enlng, but In between times the -.lncels election and only1 forty-eigu19 to the hougehoid and tho brldgo had shifted position 75 feet. hours after taking up tho .tulles or,caro of lt ,nclu,ng ,t8 cxpendture3 It was a feat of engineering, but office, 'liie tragedy occurreu at an nn(, th(J stanaar(1Z(Uon of lts cqulp. tho 'structure was relocated without txniomon ot paintings, anu tne acconHng t0 MS8 van Hens-jfSjfj- a hitch, and engineers' calculations was-a- n artist, one Nlowadom- - 8amer were so perfect that when the iWlong regarded by his associates! Tho orgnnUatlon of tho household bridge was finally set on Its new piers as mentally deranged. WM cons(lored a pro,,er field for re- - it was in perfect alignment In every .,,.. Let us send you the Republican one year for. . . way with the street railroad tracks $1.50 ie presmcni nau jusi c.jiiciuucu , ,p.rrh , a brief address and, accompanied by ments of colleges and other instltu-- j at either end. The Republican and Daily Louisville Herald 5.60 and two of the tlons. bv Ruth Warrlnll. of Illinois. Ills When the engineers and their The Republican, Daily and Sunday Louisville Herald 7.20 of his cabinet, was entering, Hdretnfnre.- Miss Wnrdall members gang got ready to move the huge nolnted ........ . . I '1 the first hall ot tne exruuition to view outi home economC3 workers have! structure linement merely cut the The Republican and Daily Courier-Journ- al 5.60 tho paintings when Niewadomskl j conccrIled themselves lamely with trolley feed wires at either end of The Republican, Daily and Sunday Courier-Journ- al 7.20 Joined the throng eagerly pressing foo(, , ,tg ,nanjP aspectSt clothing, the bridge, a few Italian laborers The Republican and Louisville Times to shake his shelter, and household organization pulled up the rails at the bridge ends 5.60 about the chief executive hand. The Republican and Evening Post fhould receive attention next, as well, and then set a huge gong announced 5.60 Instead of stopping In front of M as resoarch in cooperation with such "all set," and tho moving began. The Republican, Daily & Sunday Owensboro Messenger . . 5.10 Narutowlcz, however, the assasin ot a university as chem- An Improvised railroad was used The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k Messenger clcd the crowd to a position In the istry, medicine, liberal arts, sociolo to rest the bottom girders of the 2.80 rear. Then, working his way so gy and engineering. bridge on. Fifteen Jackscrews furThe Republican, Daily & Sunday Owensboro Enquirer 5.10 closo to his victim that there was no Representatives of the United nished motive power. Tie brldgo The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k ." Enquirer 2.80 missing, he drew a revol- States Department of Agriculture was moved about six feet an chance of ver and fired three times, all the bul- home economics and extension work hour. The Republican and Twice-A-Wee- k St. Louis Globe-Democr- at lets piercing the president's back. Invited tboso present from the State 1.90 Pedestrians were permitted to use M. Narutowlcz, terribly wounded, col- - calleees to make suceestlons nt any the brldea while belne moved, and 'The Republican and Memphis, Commercial-Appea- l 1.80 lapsed to the floor .and died within' tJnlQ aa,t0 what probiemE the depart- - hundreds did so. So smoothly did a lew moments. .j.vuk iiiigui asaiai vruu. mu gictiiut things go that those who stood on Slayer Is Beaten part ot the conference was concern the structure during its progress The slayer as soon as his deed was ed with homo economic problems of southward" were unable to detect any general administrative nature, the movement but she was going all done, turned for flight, but was Im-j- a mediately borne down by the lnfuri- - Improvement of college teaching, and right, steadily and surely. They moved tho bridge In a day ated spectators, who kicked and beat! special Problems of extension and unmercifully. That, to the ordinary person, would i He was rescued ' search. seem to bo the big end of the Job with difficulty by the police and takDo You Enjoy Your Meals? moving the bridge. But. In fact. It en to the police station under If you do not enjoy your meals was merely an Incident. The real heavy guard. Eat mod- work was. getting thing3 ready to A council of ministers was hurried- - your digestion is faulty. ' situation erately, especially of meats, masticate move It. Engineers and workmen ,Iy called to examine the lve spent six busy weeks preparing foi created by the death of the president your food thoroughly. Let but their decision, If any was taken, hours elapse between meals and this great job. Everything was fig Tablets ured out to the most minute fraction '"Has not been made known. In po-- j take, one of Chamberlain's lltlcal circles It is said, to be possl-- ! immediately alter supper anu you of an inch. Then tho plans were We that Marshal Pilsudskl, former! will soon find your meals to be a realj checked and rechecked to make sure m they were correct. One element of chic? of state, will assume the task of Pleasure. : uncertainty was whether the trac- forming a cabinet.. Another report . a would hold up, sink In some un ls Pilsudskl may evon be invested' WfT iuu 1 1j.11 iwjii,up foraeen ".soft spot" In the terrain or '.villi dictatorial powers HARTFORD, KY. skid. With a mlchtv brldco on tho Pending a solution, and in conEighty-year- -; New York, Dec. 10 Jf tnege thing3 uobbed np. the moV6( formity with the constitution, the nlpi,t PV n nnlnk slilnTnnc 'speaker ot the House of Deputies,) old Michael O'Neill, who persistett smoking in bed. is being sought by f,op and colIapso. Every ,nch Of Nnclej Hataj, will assume the duties In the police for the shooting and ground was tested thoroughly. of the president, and .his first act wounding today of his friend, Richcording to the Bureau of Public BOA will be to convoke the national as Weston, GO, who objected. The CONSTRICTORS .Wsembly to chose a successor to Naru- ard A.MU, ... Itoads of tho Department of AgriculIhltU... W UM.. two old men shared a room in Maid nverly was old Allegheny City, now u WORRIES TREASURY ture. Reaotlon time Is the Interval DISTURB CONCERT towlcz. en Lane, where the shooting occur part of Pittsburgh The structure of time that elapses butween the InM. ItataJ Is a member pf tho 'Piast' red. connects Pittsburg' and the Borough ot Wltos party. Ho is 38 years old, Manllav Dec. 16. feople tn tho Dublin. Dec. 16 The Irish Income stant a sign, or signal is seen and tho Three weeks ago, O'Neill, louely, of Bellevue, a suburb. a. former journalist and a graduate several interesting necessary action started. A driver lower boxes In the right wing ot tho fox Is raising' left a horoe for the aged and ap Several noted engineers were pres problems. ot tho University of Lwow. During- - the fight with starts to pass another vehicle wfien Grand Opera Homo here, enjoying pealed to Weston, an acquaintance ot ent to watch the movta. Tho president's body was removed the English, the order went forth suddenly a third vehicle appears a violin concert by Mbhol Piastro. other days to help him. tci his resldenco, where a full millta- that no Irishman should pay Incomo which may block his path. Tho driv- were startled by ,tbo appearance of "You're welcome to half of what State of Ohio, City of To! ry 'guard is standing watch tar to tho British. It was difficult er must decide whether, to pass the a young Boa constrictor. The snake, Lucas County, as. I've got," Weston said, and their M. Narutowlcz held Swiss citizen Prxnl J. Cheney make? oath that he to collect it, therefore, and large ar vehicle or drop back. If his reac- about three yards long, scorned to friendship began. Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. tion lme lu slow he may not realize come from the "entresueslo" or base-moship papers until a short time before "He was a great" comfort for Cheney & Co., doing buslr.es In the City rears reniaineu outstanding, wnon his election to the presidency, when awhile," Weston told tho police, "but of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, the Treaty was made) the British as- tho danger until too late to avert an of tt theator and to bo attractand that said Arm will pay the sum of ed by the music. Woman In tho ho changed them to Polish. I, ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each signed to tho Irish government all accident. he Just would smoke in bed and ana wry case of Catarrh Uiat cannot be Every astronomer who observes boxoj gathered dainty skirts fa British Minister He rured lj the use of HALt3 CATAKRH the- Irish arrears of incomo tax as an beinc afraid of fire objected. FRANK J. CHENEY. asset. Unless these arrears are pafd when a star crosses a hair line lu lil trembling hands, screamed and boltThe entry into tho po'ltlcal arena took offense and after an argument MEDICINE. 8om to before me and rubscribed In telescope and presses a key so that ed, giving- - the boa fall right- - y. tfM generally accepted as due to the last night I told blm he'd have to my presence, this Cth day cf December, the deficit of tho Irish Government A. D. DM. the time piay be electrically record- The men scattered, too, but some one A. W. GUTASON, will! be considerably increased. General Pilsudskl to whom leave today. etrorts of Heal Notary I'ubllc. Hill's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Bat there Is now great hesitation ed knows that ho does not observe the found the stage carpenter's hammer His election to the ho was related. O'Neill, he added, rose early this and acti through trve Ulood on about paying. Peoplo say It Is hard fact and press tho koy at the same and killed the snake, so tho concert a complete surprise, morning and wont out returnin; presidency was tho Murous Surraon of the System. Send for testimonials, free. enough to pay one year'a Income tax time. A correction has to bo nutde proceeded. and 'his 'adversaries asserted loudly about 9 o'clock. F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. O. Sold by all ilruccists, 75c. Fifteen minutes later another boa without adding arrears which they which has been carefully determined by the supthat It Was brought about "He stuck a pistol In my face anil Halr Family I'IU fo eon!t!otlo. wore Invited not to pay and havo and is called his personal equation. appeared, also apparently' drawn by port' of the Jewish deputies. a Tho bullet fired," said Weston. ' tho strains ot the violin. Thero waa has It varies witll different people. , since spent. The suggestion CAT I'lfOVIDKI) FOK EX UIMj Sinctf it. Narutowlcz took the oath seared Weston's Jaw. O'Neill fled. Timers at a foot raco with split-seco- another commotion, and another ro- boon, made by a responsible financier . demonstrations of offlco, watches will frequently get qulsltloti for the carpenter's liamm-er-, incomo tax should Chamberlain's Tablets. In the will of Mrs. Fbudray, of that tho pre-trnhave been more frequent and bitter. ' Upon election day. December 9, ho These tablets are Intended espe- Knox, Me., was found this clause: "It he wfped out. But the Irish governs different results for tAo time of the in tho use at which for killing intruraco. sive reptiles the unknown man in was hlrsed .by students while wonnen cially for Indigestion and coustipa-tto- n. I die bofore my cat Bean he Is to ment's agreement with tho British The reaction time at some people clothes was becoming adoptJt They tone up the stomach and havo the best of care, allowed to assumed certain burdens for which carriage with, students fainted his antU It Is very slow and undoubtedly Is- tho No more snakes appeared that evenenable It to porform Its functions sleep on the table or window sill these arrears were a sot-of- f, snowballs. Parlia naturally. Thoy act gently on the and not left out ot doors at all, and the arrears 'are not paid additional cause ot many accidents. Does the ing, but there are misgivings in tho reached M. Narutowlcz public safety require that suck peo- minds ot the Manila public ns to Just to take the oath ot of liver and bowels, thereby restoring-th- f 5 per month Isfor salmon, milk and taxation wl(l hav.e to bo Imposed; to ment House Appeals are ple be doclcd drivers licenses? Tho whon It will be safe to attend the those burdens. a healthy meat. When he dies ho to havo meet stomach and bowel3 to fice before an almost empty hall, condition. When you foel dull, stu- a whito casket made and be burled made on tho ground of patriotism Bureau cf Public Bonds is 'not yet theater again, especially for a inuslo, only tho Socialists and ready to, advocate such a policy, hut cal prcsram. A boa constrictor do-- T deputies being present. The Nation- pid and constipated give thein a trial. in my lot In Achoru cemetery and a and duty to tho new government, but considers that It should be Investigat- posits 20 eggs or more, so It Is reaYou are certain to be pleased with. small stono put up for him costing It seems evldeut that a largo part alists refused to attend. soned that there are still a number now uncollectable ed as a possible safety measure, s, ot tho arrears are in. ?20." Bean died before- his Throughout tho past weok the riots their effect. 4, of young boas anxious to attend the The future of the Irish Income tax serious never came Into his Inso ho against tho Jows have been ot opera. THH MISFITS la also attracting attention. There SEIZR LETTEltK FKOM heritance. while character, (JEfOTAX BUM. F1KMS Is a considerable class of well-to-d- o a nssuined alarming proportions. ' GHtli BOOTMIGCfKUS CAI4I.S KIMSOX SL'D.FJtESHMAN a farmer, iteople who, although domiciled in Tho President cafted on the minister Jobson was made for Mtnneapolls, Minn.; Dec. 16. Ton Ireland, hnw property In England, llut sticks to tho whirling town; on the of the interior to resign , ... Referring In nn addresn at Prince.. ... .. Tlfnvulpri wns lmllt for tho cltV. Fedoral prohibition ageuts claim and there ace many resident In Eng- - thousand lettcrsffrom Gorman mall " grounuB 01 incapacity anu m .1... iw he's holding a farnnjob down; that 12 pretty girls, poilng as ac- and who havo property In the Free' order liquor toucerns were seized at ton unlvorslty to Thomas A. Edison's nut tlmo dismissed tho Warsaw chief of tresses and debutantes are doing a; State. Hltlwrto all these people- - have the, Minneapolis) postofflce last week assertion that college men nro afraid Jobson's a Joke at clerking, police to work, Dr. Henry Van Dyko, notbootleg business between Now Or- - nnld Incomo tax In ono lump to tho,uy postal Inspectors. a stur In the country fields; But Among the eye witnesses of the The undelivered letters. It. M. ed minister, writer nnd former amTkev are said tdiRrltlah . euvnrnmnnl. hut now' it is leans anil Florida. ii clog lu the bearings. . ,.- ..1 Narutowlcz i..o.,f nmutrinni wills-- , feared that they may havo to submit Ilugdal, postul inspector, said, are bassador to tho Netherlands, characbo members of a million-dolla- r In the job that he never yiolds. r. tho UrltSli wiiiinm (!. ndveft'lslug cldculars and offered for- terized the electrical wizard as a ky ring. Tho authorities became I to a double Income tax. It Is a emominister, who, overcome with n mulas tor making; beers and wilics tor ever, atmlng from a prop the large number ot lance familiar in the Dominions, and Thus It goes over and tion, fainted. e to set It right; pretty girls traveling between tho Jan agitation Is now on toot to re- - one dollar, specifying that the re- school whero modesty Is not In tho With coughs that iol3t hero to tell us two points and opued a few wardrobo novo these taxpayers from a repe-trun- mittance be American monoy. Circu- curriculum." Ho rebutted Edlson'B d lars from eight different German statement by pointing out tho fact They were filled with how to trim' each light; require both ester-- ) Justf dltuiry reniodlcs, titlou of that grievance In trelnud. firms are among the 10,000 held at j that 300 Princeton students partly n'nl and Internal treatment. quor. The lonunmo owners escap-- j If you.tAnd Brownleo and Jobson blunder wore mailed, working their way thru college earn- tho postofflce. All bunglo things thru and thru, eti Hore- And buy a dollar bottle of Ballard's trom Berlin. el more than S8B.000 Inst year. Syrup you got tho two rune- - And the world pays dear oach hour hound FOR FLETCHER'S' Summing up, Dr. Van Dyko said: MOTHER OF QUINTUIMJ3T8 For the work of tho misfit crew dies you need for tho price of ono. GETTING HUSV "On publicity Mr. EdUon is an exrim Ik a lierrick'a lied PeiuiEr Por- h pert. On electricity he is good, but country a It Is reported by Dr. Ernest C. nus PlasUr f6r tho chobt. free with But If Jobuon could hie to the ... says:. iim. vy prosldent ot tho American Public WHAT'S YOUK IlKACTION TIME? uncie um "inerea. moro sometimes whimsical. But In his And settle on Brownlee'a land, bottle. Sold by Ohio County NEW QUESTION FOlt AVTOISTS fellows with schemes an deud suroj oplulon of college men he Is wrong n And If Browuloo to Jobson's figures Health Association, that a Co. DruK I thlugs going hungry than them with and remlnda mo of a bragging Could turn his quick eyo and hand, old woman ot Venezuela gave birth I "What Is your reaction tlmo, or do children and spades. Cleveland Plain freshmau." HOME PUOniiHMH 1XTEKKST The world would go on much smooth- - to flvo perfectly normal wlth-l- n eight hours. Tho mother, you know the value ot your parson-a- j UQUier. 'EXTENSION WOUKHIIH. or; I A rich evening costume ot gold I cquatlou?" zest who is bIx feot four Inched tall, work- Twould whirl with a now-bor- n Egyptian women darken their eye-- , cloth Is made with a full nolnted tn- This has been suggested as a posas a day laborer in a tnlue until emphasis on household go don't bo a Jobson or Browulee , ed Urciter kohl to euhance their beau !c of the gold over u gold luce pettl- management us a phase ot home the work that you do the best two hours before the birth ot the ba- - sible question to be put to applicants llds with coat, and a sash drapery of coral silk. tor motor vehicle drlver'u license, ac- - ty. urged dur Tho Character Builder, blcs. vuonomictf teaching waa t VIUI !M Ur AubAuum ih0,rt ,n Washington November i'ln several States the work has Clubbi . ,,,,, .,, ht ! , The winter days are upon us, (he nights are long, opportunities for reading are greater and its a mighty good time to procure good reading matter. .. In ,., ,inrt. aide-de-ca- I .... re-Iii- m 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 J Republican. These rates apply to both advance renewals and new subscriptions. Send cash with order to ...!.. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN : ;:"? A sn irish income tax ,... -- 1 nt - antl-semlt- lc ce e 1 non-Poli- mls-strcs- -- -ft- -fr- ..,' . ,.. Max-Mullo- "nub-freshma- up-on- Deep-seate- ks. 11- Children Cry Lo-ac- CASTQP! r- .. auh-plc- ka pij I 4 .-, i ,1 Money Brands" Should Not Tempt You Use BAKING POWDER Lots for Your TRANSPORTATION IS COUNTRY'S Serious bo room to put It anywhero, Ile-duc- PROBLEM Hallway Shipping; l Shorter In I. Frll Llttlo Bock Gazette "Diva to Tears" Headline. This bents Mary Garden, who reduced to 119 pounds. it lew CurtnllH CALUMET The Economy That's What Millions of Housewives Do , pAKlNOPOWOfia' Good Baking Powder can't be sold for less that "more for the monfailey" means bake-daures, waste of time and y They know that Washington Star Jud Tunklns The transportation shortage still says that every time ho hears about exists, hut tho Illinois Central Sys- a peace conference) he gets nervous tem wns more efficient' in October, for fear another war s is going to 1922, than ever before In Its history, start. according to a statement to tho public by President 0. H. Markham. Duluth Herald Late In life sucEach freight car on tho Illinois cess expands the waistband. Early In Central System moved an average of life It merely expands1 the hatband. 45.7G miles per dny1 during October. Tho nve'rago Included all cars on tho A woman Florida railroad thoso awaiting loading or has paddled all the way through tho unloading, thoso out of repair, and Panama canal. But wouldn't you thoso being switched in the yards, hate to bo the son of a woman who In trains. ns well as cars moving can paddle like that? Previous to this yenr the best record wan established in October, 1920, Philadelphia North American Tho Noi-ma- C Cmrt JSWet Contents lBPluidPraahrej " mi CASTGRIA For Infants and Children. UK L I? : m ALCOUUk-or&it"""" n Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria ..nn rT?uT. ii A Tlmcs-Unli- fa mx : Wi-ii- j BlInttheSttma,andngJ Bears H AVegciauic i rcparauuw simllaimuicioou v .s Always the wa?J IjNW . rhprf,.fneandRcstContaiflS. Signature V. JT )($ i h- - fj Wnuntsu. that Calumet means economy. money The sales of Calumet are over 150 greater than that of any other baking powder. BEST BY TEST TUB WORLD'S GREATEST DAKMNG POWDER WASHINGTON COMMENT Masonic Order over men's hearts; It h because masonry has kept alive the sentiment and the beauty of an Idea, of a practical reality, rather than "Reduce the overhead," Is a sound that It has lived and grown and thrivmaxim for Increasing tlio profits of ed. Ono way to reduce any business. Tho Masonic Order is not eleetho overhead Is to use. the plant or mosynary In character, though t office sixteen hours a day lnBtead of practices charity; It is no mutual eight, or ten Hours a day Instead of benefit organization, although It is And If tho "plnnt" happens mutually beneficial to its members; five. to he a public school, the rulo no It Is not a lift assurance organizaless holds good. tion; It offers little If any material, The community with good school buildings which does not utilize them for omo good purpose outsldo of tho normal five hour6 of school, five days a week. Is not making as much profit 4on Its investment In those schools as might be had. use-their Many communities Bchools for Americanization purposes There rfro thouin the evenings. sands of foreigners in this country Tvho are eager to bo of, as well as In, They tho land of their adoption. to hunger for American Ideas transform that hunger into ono for American Ideals Is aa fine a work as bo dono in a school. It costs little; II it cost much, it To take would still bo worth it. thoso of alion birth who know nothing of the Stars nnd Stripes save that they form tho flag of America, and teach them that for which It stands Justice, toleration, reglllous freedom, liberty, safety of porson and property, decency; chivalry to tho weak; to Instruct thorn In tho fundamentals of American history, let Linthomi learn of Washington and something olso than names; coln ns glvo thorn a chanco to go out In our strenuous economic life lilted to copo with Americans on a baalu of mutual Americanism); that is to roduco tho ovorhoad on tho schools on ono hand, nud pay groat dividends to tho Stato on tho othor. Not all foreigners lion want to bo But of thoso who Americanized. number know not which do. a largo " Tho school building, way to turn. g, In afternoon and ovon-loI, othorfoso Idlo Amerithe loyal and onthuslastlc patriotism can citizen to whom something olso than a cheer means acting as ln-- k wiion tho flag goes, by, these arc tho moana structor, able to turn. to which ho should bo practical assets Is of to Its moimbershlp. the greatest use to Its members, and a high Influence for That It good in all communities whoro Freemasons nro (a fact which can not well bo disputed), comes from Its hold upon the hearts nnd minds of men; as In this Instance of Its power to mako men take a long Journey, In TCTcrenco and lovo for the traditions which cluster about the First Presi dent of the Union. Should Be Qupmutlncd Many phyMclans bellave that anyone who has a bad cold should bo completely Isolated to prevent other mombers of tho family and associates from contracting the disease, as colds are about as catching as measles. Ono thing sure the sooner ono rids himself of a cold tho less tho danger and you will look a good whllo before you find a better medl-cln- o than.Chamherlaln's Cough Remedy to aid you In curing a cold. ny when tho average movement was 44. I9 miles per car per day. Tho statement by President Mark-haof shipcredits tho pers and consignees In loading and unloading cars more promptly and with loading" them more heavily holplng tho Illinois Central System to make a now efficiency record this yoar, but ho polnt3 out- - that there Is still room for Improvement In October, lumber loading on the Illinois Central System was only 59.3 per cent of tho maximum capacity of tho cars loaded, Mr Markh.am says. Mixed feed loading was only 54.9 per cont, cement loading was only 7G products loadper cent, cotton-see- d ing was only SG.2 per cent, flour and meal loading was only 59 per cent, sugar leading was only G2.2 per cent and stucco' and plaster loading was only 75.3 per cent of maximum car capacity. Mr. Markham says that there is no completely effective remedy for tho transportation shortage In the opImmediate future, but there Is an Improvement thru more portunity for Intensive uso of the present limited bo loaded Cars should facilities. unloaded more promptly and nnd loaded more heavily. Freight cars of their d spend more than time In tho hands of shippers and consignees, mainly because loacMng and unloading Is not dono the same dayvcars are received. The remedy for futuro shortage enof transportation lies In greatly expanding railway facililarging and ties of all kinds, Mr. Markham says. m one-thir- neither Oplum.MorFhlncrtOf wet program to date seem.: to consist mainly of light whines and fears. Columbia they" He MincrajJtoTjtvncoTic psssa lK .f XapecrOtlJXUzw1""" ftatplct&x AnittSrt Record, Tho nations cannot rely on each other as long as on each other. Washington Times A pound of btiefsteak costs S70.000 ;rubles In Russia, hut this Is offset by tho fact that there Is' no beefsteak. Chinese princess In San Francisco likes all things American. Even chop suey? mm :'Bft2 5c5H I! B M l3al ;? rcst :;aC.' faiorJ oJ&SSBhg nnu ixvci resulUnU.ercfjnjnafancy. . 7 .. i..7n,nvfoP "- - TnccnFiluti' f i i F W USB Pittsburg ( Sun Worchcster Post It Is estimated the handshaking from one election would pump two million gallons of ;j r-- . urvrsrirTOTTurEiiauMH j,KViJi n Fnr vnr Thirty Years mm. aihia hb ! water. Chicago Dally News If a man Isn't capable of governing himself it Is "up to him to get married. Dallas News One consolation ExiCt Copy of Wrapper. TMt ctAum commnv. hcw took jmr. about getting defeated "for office is that nobody questions your campaign expense account. Mr. EdiUtlca Observer-Dispatc- h kind of son says that JlOOO-ayea- r So, also, are men are scarce. kind of jobs. Which Daily Paper? A Question That Is Quickly and Readily Answered. Philadelphia Record The supreme court may be expected to put It has a on more airs than ever. Butler now. Washington Post Even when the will of tho people Is expressed, it is frequently carried through by slow The Courier -- Journal Largest Morning Circulation of Any Kentucky Newspapei ' ( ' of MIn tho presonco of a throng lodgo room of aun, who filled tho Lodge. No. n Alexandria-WashingtoVa., tho worshlp-i- ul 2 of Alexandria, officers of George master and Lodgo, No. 9, of St. Ion,, conferred the Macter Musors lodge. degree upon a member of their George TWrty members of v. Alexandrians for a day. after which they returned homo. Wv- - wore tho guests of ho 4 y ;,. 6.1 ." sentiment. Tho world needs aMlfo of hard, practical ,nB as wo do the eallty.with the daily chase forof u outstanding need ly nenl the Institution, which M we need thoso "W" cherish and preserve soutlnwmt at its purest horo a a When thirty mon take ndlL on8 I journey for the ..k. of. JJJ. Washington, and George J man was master oM ton tho Rocks do not grow in the sense a plant grows. They may increase by accretion, and they may undergo chemical change. The old sea bed, being lifted up, becomes sandstone and limestone. The volcanic ash and lava strewn over the plains become tufa, hard enough for building stone. The pebbly shore of The a river becomes conglomerate. simple mineral does grow, however, when it takes a crystal form. The yv NEWSPAPER VIEWS sparkling prism of quartz increases JOHN SMITH from an atom to a crystal as large as Washington Star Parking prob- a forearm by a process of addition Somebody happened to say- - "John lems will apparently not bo solved nnd asJimiltlon, wonderfully slow, Smith" In Uont Murdoch's presence until mechanical genius goes a step but beautifully regular, exactly as farther and invents a collapsible fliv- crystals of Ico form on tho window-pane- ., tho other day. "Huh," grunted Bent. "Plain ver. -j- -John Smith Is a good honest name. Wheezing in tho lungs Indicates, Capper's" Weekly Bryan's brother Transforrcd to othor languages It is Thus, in Latin It is was elected governor ot Nebraska, that phlegm Is obstructing the air significant. tho Italian but, wo take it, It doesn't run in the passages. Ballard's Horehound SyJohanneus Smlnhus; rup loosens the phlegm so t'aat It It oft Into Giovanni Smith! ; family. smoothes up and ejected. can bo eoughed tho Spaniards render It Juan Smlth-us- ; 30c. COc and ?1.20 per bottle. Dutchman adopts it as Hans tho Flint Journal Furnaces are like Prlco in Schmidt; tho Fronch flatten It out husbands. If you don't watch them Sold byOhio County Drug Co. Info Jean Smoet, and tho Russian thoy will gtf out. t SEES RACIAL l. snoezo and barks of Jenloft gets into When John Smith Life Tho ball of a bootlegger in Speaking before a large audience, tho tea trade in Canton ho becomes Now York was placed at 101,000. It both colored and whlto, at Atlanta, Jovan Shlinmitt; ir he clambers took nearly all ot his small change Ga., Dr. R. R. Morton, president of about Mount Hccla, tho Icelanders Tuskegee Institute, said that ho be .You" say ho Is Johno Smlthson; it ho Maryvlllo Democrat-Forunegro of today is just as trades among tho Tuscarora3 ho be- can worry a man by keeping him lieves the loyal and friendly to tho white peocomes Ton Qa Smlttls; In Poland he waiting and a woman by keeping her ple as his ancestors wore In the anteSchmltthvoiskl; Is known ns Ivan guessing. bellum' days. Dr, Mortonfwho Is on should ho wander among the Welsh ot tho South, pointmountains, they talk of JIhon Buffalo Enquirer If all the big a goodwill tour out tho customary practice of emwhen ho goes to Mexico ho 19 packing firms merge wo will have ed phasizing tho occasional cases of frlc-- i it of only ono to denounce. booked ns Jontll F'Su'ltti; tlon between tho two races whllo ovhe lingers among Greek classic turn erlooking the hundreds of Instances No doubt ruins, ho turns to Ion Stnikton; and Norfolk Virglnlan-Plland friendof helpful Is uttcrjy extinguished In Turkey he the pnrttng words of tho sultan were: ship dally taking placo In every comas Yoo Sect." "I am sorry I havo not more wives to munity. Kansas City Journal. leavo to my country." A BIRD MYSTERY. Providence Journal Senator Nor-r- ls wants to eliminate tho electoral I After years of study devoted to college. Why not? It has never thn tonic Professor Alfred Newton For Infants and Children produced a champion football team. of Cambridge stated that without) Years In Use For Over doubt bird migration Is tho greatest Atchfeon Globe If tho sculptors mystery In' the entire animal kingAlways, bears the keep on making statues ot Abraham dom, "A mystery," he added, "that Signature of Lincoln, toon nobody will know bow can be no moro explained by the modLincoln looked, -ern man of science than by the sim"(I JULES FOR FIVE CENTS ple minded savage of antiquity." Books o -- . Atlanta Constitution possible for passengors etiquette suggest no graceful means Tho world Is a lookhg lass and It Jo now -. to rldo over 20 miles In tho New by which a great nation can lot loose gives back to every man tho roflecfaro, of a small nation that is too hot to tlon of his, own face. Frown at It, a five-ceYork subway on and it will in turn look sourly upon Tho ride, which Is claimed to be the handle. you; laugh" at it and with Jt. and it lonswt in tho world for tho price, Kalamazoo Gazette If we got Is a Jolly, kind companion. Thack- one through Brooklyn, Manhattakes overythlug we, wauted there wouldn't ersy. tan aud tho Bronx to 241ot street, Splendid Cough Medicine. "As I fesl that every family should medicine know what a splendid Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, 1 am only too pleased to relate my experience and only wish that I had known of Us merits years, ago." writea Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Station, Mo. "I give it to my children when they show tho slightest symptoms of being croupy, and when I hnv& a cough or cold on the lungs a very few doses will relieve me, and by taking It for a few days I soon get n rid of the cold." freight. GROWTH OF HOCKS that Enjoys a nation-wid- e prestige and reputation Ic is essentially a 'newspaper, intent upon giving news matter first consideration. Maintains its own news bureaus at "Washington and Frankfort. Member of the Associated Press. With important legislation coming before Congress and Kentucky General Assembly in 1922, The urnal is the daily newspaper you will need. Courier-Jo- By special arrangements we aro now able to offer COURIER-JOURNA- L THE DAILY , AND ' THE REPUBLICAN Roth ono year, by mall, for only $5.75. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions, hut only tcpeople living in Kentucky, Tonnesseo or Indiana." New subscriptions may. if desired, start at a latter date, and renewals will ' date from expiration of present ones.' It you profer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The Louisville Times for Tho Courier-Journa- l. . Send or bring your orders to this office. I Smit-towsk- m wnnng CAPACITY OP THE HORSE his maximum load, and maximum. Magazine. specd.T-Comprcssed one-thir-d Sch-mid- d; Endurance Is tho horse's weakest point. Ten hours a day is often as- his Air --A ot CASTOR 30 A 2h3 nt sumed as his working period. Au- MISADDRESSED MAII; CAUSES BIG LOSS thorities claim that eight hours if bettor, or that six under a heavier Washington, Dec. IGj Tho Post, load will accomplish the same volume I nnrl ..v nf .i.m1 mt'tMi laoa (aii ...- .- waflr c ... office Department estimated today -vY ..u.n ...v.. ui the horse. Tho average farm horso that a waste of $1,740,000 annually cannot bo dopended upon for moro . results fronu wrongly addrcssedmalL Ai survoy Just completed a day, nor moro than four to six reveals tlinn thirteen to fifteen miles of pull that tho averago number of letters hours ot work per day, as an avorago received at postofficcs dally with Iw-- , for even the busiest months. Prop- - proper addresses was 375,381 aad crly bandied, working about six that the salaries of postal emplcrui to icaddress this mn hours a day, well and carefully fed. required a horso may have a working me ot amounts to moro than ? i,000,0P9 . . t ten years of 1,000 hours each. Tho year, .,.., nvcraco farm horso will do well to devolop 500 borrower hours per WOLF KILLED IN CITY LimTS OF qHICi.O year, or 5,000 in ten years. About , the( horse's twenty per cont of Chicago, Pec. 6. A wolf, which mnv lio taken as his maximum sustained draft and six to eight miles has hcm seen in tho south sjda of Cul, Bustajned- - cago,for seyeraj days was. klllfed thU per hour his maximum 8pe8rt for anything more than an aftornpon ,by A, A. llrandtt jn ,,; hour or so per day. Tho draft horso cant lot noatVhls i 0rdlnnrll gives tho largest vo'"mo "B ndlt, Is entitled to a ?25 at about o... hiui O' uudor an old stato law Ca r of work . . ' hm. 5-- M&Ki3fcl XMAS GIFT SUGGESTIONS! HELPFUL Just a Small List of The Many Beautiful Things at i k SANTA CLAUS HEADQUARTERS $6.00 to $17.50 $2.50 to $12.00 50c to $5.00 $6.50 to $27.00 $2.50 to $10.00 0. I Toilet Sets Manicure Sets Box Pdpers Kodaks Brownie Cameras 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. ' ',.''.,. Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" vV Beaver Dam, Ky. (The Hartford Republican Incorporated Published Weekly by pARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY W. S. TINSLE1T, Editor and Business Manager. ed ruination by the Democratic press on account of the Republican tariff seems to have turned the other way round. The SInunons Road law, as enacted STRAY STREAKS I (By Fluko McFluke.) Entered according to law at the rostoMlco, Hartford, ltfy.'. as wall KAtter of tbe second class. Address all communications ' vfhe Hartford Republican: i to 'NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards $t Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for s&ch head line and slgnautre, money tx advance. Church Notices for services free, le per Irat other advertisements, rord. receive no attention. ! Bnbscrlbors desiring tbe paper sent to a new address must give tbe old fctdresa In making tbe request. Business Locals and Notices 10c line, and 8c per lije for each al Anonymous communications will TELEPHONE Farmers Mutual FRIDAY,. It Is said 69 .DECEMBER 23 that it is more blessed to clve than .to receive. That we will not deny, but wo do affirm that its a heap sight costlier, tho. I d, K Tho exiled sultan of the turks who Instantaneous. Jfled from his harem and One member of tho office force Is twenty and more wives, exhiba sort of, we nearly said silent partFOR SALE ited a rare piece of Judgment when ner, but that would be a mistake, he did it before Xmas. that Is the silent partner part, In a ThoC P. Church property near the new restaurant in town, and if we That Providence, R. I., pastor, High school building in Hartford, , can Ket she and the others concern- Adolph Englehardt, whom his wife Ky., is for sale to the highest and ed, to open up a set of books we are charges with having had 122 amours, best blddor and those desiring to pur- gonna do some patronizing of the and who was Interned by the Gov- chase should file sealed bid with new consarn. ernment during the war as a danger- Itev. J. S. J. Brear, Leitchfleld, Ky., NOTICE! ous enenV alien, did not have It or C. M. Crowe, Hartford, Ky., on We traded with Bill Himes, tho done to him soon or long enough or before Jan. 19th, 1923. newest meat market man until ho The Ohio County Post No.! Committee reserves the right to wanted us to pay him up. It made either, if his wife bo correct. j reject any and all bids. us, mad, seemed that he might be 44, American Legion, invites Wo have no enemies, at least wo This Dec. 18th, 1922. sorter feared to trust us, so we hain't you 10 anena n"sl" J. S. J. BREAK, make no acknowledgement of that been back there since. Bill know-e- d mas Liance, Monday, uec.i ! Chairman of Committee. fact, here and now, and to all of our 2Gt4 wo couldn't pay till wo drew on friends wo extend our wishes for tho our backer and thats pooled and nut 25, at Dr. Bean's Opera ' ijTWTMrtiyiJi'BF3rir'iTTfPtnrLTiyyif season's best in happiness of tho AVANTS REPUBLICAN delivered yet. House, Hartford, Ky. Chap-erone- s, READ BY CHILDREN solid and lasting variety, which dancing 9 to 2, 6 no necessarily includes, health and a fair Albert Cox, I. D. Clalro's bard of Repubmeasure of proipority. Tho Hartford Republican Herewith teakottio hollow is a real economist, breaks. Music by the Royal lican, after this Issue, will not be enclosed, find check for $1.50 for In more ways than one. Frlnstanco: Purnle Entertainers, featur- seen again until 1923, ,but on tho which you will please send the "Old by wearing his hair and whlskors . first Friday of the now year it will Sheet" to Klt'Logsdon, Orange, Tex- long, we mean in length too, tensor-- , inS 7 of the South S foremost again appear at your door. While as, for one year. Got It out so that lal artists' fees aro eaved. Ho entertainers. thanking each and every Individual he will rocelvo it by Christmas. I for whatever they havo contributed want all my children to read tho Reto the paper's wolfuru and success, It publican. any has been attained, wo ask and With best wishes for tho "Old dare to hope for your Indulgence Sheet," I am, as ever, yours. through tho year Just ahead Again, J. N. LOGSDON, good cheer to everybody. Horse Branch, Ky. t, In this lssue(wo reproduce a short REOPENS BUSINESS article carried by the press this week relating to American exports during the present year and particularly for I have recently put in a the month of, .November, And do livnnrl our lino nrrnponps: ' not forget that It, Is and was under , tho Fordn'oyJMcC'umber tariff law, etc, in the building I formei- nenacted by. thp present Republican ly occupied, where I hope to Every since the Three Wise Men bore gifts of gold, ,, , Administration. Tho report shows himinPw With frankincense and myrrh to the lowly manger at Bethlea total export business of $383,000.-- 1 meeC ana a0 000. Tho November Increase overall my old Customers and hem, the Christian world has commemorated Christmas $90,000,- - friends October was $12,000,000, , time with gifts and expressions of kindly sentiment. as weH as many neW . 000 greater than exports of tho same have gifts suitable for each member of the family, such as: to month last year and $138,000,000 In Ones. I shall take pains Watches, Clocks, Rngs, Diamonds, Lavalliers, Bracelets, excess of exports for Nov. 1913, tho give you courteous treatment Silver Ware, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Leather Goods, year of President Wilson's term. first d th fa fc merchandise the Ivory Goods, Spectacles and everything found in a first-cla- ss Tho free trade and tariff opponents and te have boen yelling themselves hoarso market affOMS at the, least jewelry store. A great reduction in that the recont tariff act had ruined possible COSt. prices since last year. Don't fail to see me before buying. the Country's export business and was VnnvQ frnlv for almost all of our .fl- v responsible R. W. KING, Jeweler. U. S. CARSON, Iiartford panclal ills. Prophesied and declar- - Notice from the press that they by the last Kentucky Legislature, are killing wolves within the city of was on Friday of last week declar- Chicago. Wo knew tho windy city was ed to be unconstitutional by the Ap- a wild and wooly place, in fact, wo pellate Court. This act was another thought too much so to harbor I of two of the late legislature's par wolves. tisan attempts to be hold for naught bv Kentucky's hlshest Court. Before i "We would rather be a Hvo teetotalit was the obnoxious registration law, er or a private citizen than a dead The chief reason for the Court's de- moonshiner or prohibition enforce cision in the road law was due to ment officer. the fact that the General Assembly created new offices and then attemptThis last cold spell caused us to which fllvnrpo ed to name the Incumbents, mir nlrt fnll snlf thniifh wn'll the Court says it bad.no right to do. probabj. be reun,ted when the fIow. of the greatest The ers bloom again. political machine known in recent State history was laid by the Demo"We are looking forward to I. D. cratic majority In the act voided by visit with expectaClaire's week-en- d tho Court. Day by day, more and tions that something may happen more, we may see the absolute necessoon after his arrival. We had a sity of sane, sensible and seasoned Friday night, while lying on courts composed of a comparative dream our right slder the best night In the few to hold the rest of us in check i week to dream dreams that come when wo start running to seed In giv i true, and In tbe vision wo beheld en directions. 'vintage of a rich, amber-hue'- d color and were convinced by tasting there- max sups: vnmr nnnv 'nf Miot Vli,n,t In nil Tils f "- mr ..- -.. OF SCHOOL; BREAKS NECK er had his hands on or about the sub ject of our dream, tho forerunner of Owe.nSboro, Ky., Dec. 20 Leslie what Is to bea realization in the near Potts, employed In the erection of a future. high school at Calhoun, McLean County, (slipped from the roof of the Aside .from the above, or below, building, a distance of twenty feet at depending upon where Duko drops it 11:30 o'clock this morning and fell Jn we are not expectInB much for to the ground breaking his neck. He Xmas. Is a resident of Owensboro. Death was re I says ho docs not have to wash his face, his neck and ears look no different from tho bath either, so what's tho use. If he wore a collar and tio both would be hidden by the alfalfa, so those aro dispensed with. The small portion of his shirt front not hidden by his Jacket Is completely' covered by tho fallen and tangled fa- - j clal grass, so the frequent change of that part of his raiment Is wholly unnecessary. Yes, he Economical? says that's his ralddlest name. I I FRUITS Apples OrcuigcA Nuts Candles Chewing Gum EATS Hot Soup Hot HumfoerRcrs Bananas Grapes DRINKS Milk Coffeo Heg's Place HARTFORD, KY. Celery Head Lettuce, Etc. I'lrsh Oystfrs Pork llrnlns Pork. Chops TOBACCOS Smoking Chewing Com Coin Cook's Dry Pops Cigarettes Cigars Notice In a Louisville Dally, where an incident transpired in mat city, oue of tho parties therein mentioned was spoken of as having been born in "Hartford, Ohio county, on the outskirts of Owensboro, Ky." More than 27 miles of field, thicket and woodland llo 'twixt the two points, Time was when Hartford was a coun-t- T ty seat town and Owensboro "the y Yellow Banks" and all of that reI gion a part of Ohio County. I II 1 M"H"i"H--H-t"H"-I I H "1 ? j. .""- 11 Kaiser Rial says of all the things of greatest flight money beats everything he knows of or has heard about, that It is a sort of you uartj 10 gu unci iv uui no i than greased lightning when going. one-wayi.i.-iiu- m DRAINAGE BOND TAX Alll.sonHayncs, ct ul.,' DnilniiRC The landowners whose lands are bonded In tho Allison Haynes et al. Drainage District In Ohio County, Kentucky, aro hereby notified that the fourth series of bonds issued to construct said ditch, will be due on February 18, 1923. in owing assessments Persons tho district should see C. O. Hunter, County Treasurer, Hartford, Ky., at once and pay amount of tax due on ... ...Ill l.A a .l.ln.1 .. . earn uonus. Tl win uu uuuuu nfter February 18, 1923. S. L. KING, Drainage Commissioner. , The Geo. Deiker Buggy For Style, Quality and Durability cannot be ecelled. Call and look them over. ! ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky. '. wer J 'tTiBUMiimgiw -i 1 rf Give Accessories FOR XMAS Call in and let us show you some useful gifts. See R. W. King Before Buying Your Christmas Gifts. I BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. up-to-da- ?"' 4 uw Beaver Dam, Ky. Vu. MHff9 WHWF' i infaji.i i ul juum. .ianm Boys! girls! TATE'S. that good Whitman's SKIFF LOST Broken loos at Don't forget aboit Cnndy at Dundee, namo "Win. Ellis." Notify Try a box. J. E. MITCHELL, Dundee. Reward. will-spend jusi i o fed Remind You! Psir Mrs. Rachel Shultz, city, loft lost ( Earl Barnes, of, Steubenvllle, Ohio, . . .. . .SV Ai tho holidays with his par saturdny ror Houston, rex., wnero ents, Mr. and Mrs. D. II, Barnes, city sho will spend (he winter. . ONLY 2 DAYS REMAIN FOR YOUR Buy HIM&ajfnjco jWjJHngton Pipe Fresh Oysters, ChopH, Creamery Holbrook-HimeButter etc. Tako them off of Ice at for Chrlstmns. s, TATE'S RESTAURANT. CITY RESTAURANT, have them. Co mo in nnd' look them over. flofeprooftiosiery six pairs in a Ghrisimas box MONTHS GUARANTEED NO HOLES- -6 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, Mr. nnd Mrs. W. C. Heal, and chilBuy-you- r guests of wlfo a Monarch Range dren, city, were wook-on- d parents, in Owensboro. for her Xmas baking and good eats Mr. Heal's you will have them. 25t2 Razors ACTON BROS. Only a few Kecn-Kuttleft, Tery one guaranteed. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns will go WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 25t2 to Owensboro today to spend a 'few Christmas Cigars at JIM TATES. days with Mr. Burns' iather, Mr. S. Buy a box for husband, brother or T. Burns Sr., and Mrs. Burns. They make very appro swootheart. 24tf Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hoover, of priate gifts. Cincinnati, Ohio, are expected to arHnvo plenty of screened coal on rive hero Sunday, for a short visit 24t4 with relatives during tho holidays. hand at all times. ELLIS ICE CO., Mr. Arthur Leach, of Herrln, 111., Hartford, Ky. nrrlved in Hartford last Saturday to Money to Loan Low rate of In- spend a week the guest o.f his father, Mr. C. A. Leach and Mrs. Leach. terest. No 'commission. CLARENCE BARTLETT. Mrs. P.j 0. McKlnney and son, OliAtt'y. at Law, Hartford. ver James, of Oakmont, Pa., are during the holidays, of Mrs. Mrs. R. T. Collins, city, went to guests Louisville last Saturday to spend a McKlnney's mother, Mrs. Nettle M. week, with Jier daughter, Miss Mary Ueld, Rockport. Warren Collins. Apples, Oranges, Bananas, Grapes, Head Lettuce, S. O. Keown, city, will spend Celery, Cranberries, Mrs. Nuts. Candles and anything In the a few days In Lexington next week, holidays at as tho guest of her son, Gilmore, way of good eats for tho 25t2 ACTON BROS. and Mm. Keown. er Xmas Shopping! How quickly these very important days will speed by. For your convenience we suggest a few articles which will not only make attractive gifts but very useful ones. FOR LADIES We have a complete line of Silk Umbrellas, Silk and Wool Hosiery, 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. FOR 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. i mn Rev. T. T. Frazler, city, will re- Try a Xmas Basket, they contain kurn home today from Clarksvllle, everything good to eat. A dandy, since Monhe basket to boot. Tenn.J where of has'been fancy shopping his parents, Mr. and day, the guest , TATE has them. Mrs. T. B. Frazler. Ellis King, with the Wurlltzer MuMrs. B. B. Collins, city, returned sic Co., Louisville, will spend the holidays with his. parents, Mr. and from Central City, Tuesday, where she had been since last Saturday, the Mrs. S. L. King, city. guest of her daughter, Mrs. Harry Hoover and Mr. Hoover. Mrand Mrs. A. D. Kirk, city, left Tuesday morning for Louisville, to Mr. Lee Cooper, of Pierre, South spend the holidays as guests of Dakota, returned home Monday affriends and relatives. spending a few days In Hartford, '. I5kT&Gbt The Hartford Republican riUDAV DECKM11KK Dr, Williard .Lake, of McIIenry, was Hartford Monday. 1 22 SALT! 24t4 A jcar load of salty salt at & W. E. ELLIS BIIO. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS FIRE WOUKS of all kinds at HEO'S PLACE. 25tf FOH WAGON COVERS see ACTON BROS. 24t2 Mr. A. E. Pate, city, wa3 In Tuesday. Complete lino 1..A' nrVlvPri Sco For fancy liox candlesland fruit 25t2 baskets go to ACTON BROS. Judge J. D. Holbrook, city, was in Owensboro on. business, Friday of last week. Hot Lunches at any hour day at Holbrook-Hlmes.CITTAURANT. Y la the RES- of fresh nt IIEO'S. S' HOLBBOOK-HIMEHomo-Mad- display of e , Candy! Candy! 10c Wedding. See the lino of Wellllngton nnd Mrs. and up. Special on ChocoCommodore Pipes at TATE'S. A Miss Ella Mao McQuary, a student gift. Cheap too. late, 30c Mr. Paxton Casobler, of Boavcr fine Xmas In tho local high school, will go to was In LouIstIHo last week, on Xmas Dam, today, to spend the TATE'S RESTAURANT. JIM TATE always has the freshest Bell's Run parents, Mr. and business. and best Oysters, Celery, Cranberries, holiday with her Can furnish you coal, a load at a rv Mrs. T. E. McQuary. Cook Fruits and Nuts of ull kludks. Buy FOR, COAL HEATERS, time to save U slacking in your coal 24tf him. for Xmas from Stovc3 and Ranges go to Mr. A. C. Porter, formerly of this house. Iytf ACTON BROS. 24t2'1 ELLIS ICE CO., you aro In need of a farm wagon city, but now of Owensboro, accom- 24t4 If Hartford, Ky. don't forgot the Owensboro Wagon. panied by Dr. J. S. Buckner, were In Mr. Marshal Mills, of Bcda, was In 24t2 Hartford, on business Thursday and Nono botter made. Central City, Friday of last wcok, on I Mr. Cecil Felix, with the State Friday of last week. AtrroN anos. business. Highway commission, Pilot Mountain w DEVER BROS, for your Miss Mamie Bennett, city, has gone Mrs", Stop Sosh and daughters, North Carolina, arrived In Hartford week' with Goto to Llvermoro, to spe,nd the winter Misses Bonnie and Lena Rae, city, last Saturday to spend a Xmas Candles, Nuts ami Fruits. with Sunday In btftSmother, Mrs. Ola.. Felix,, and sister, Mrs. Ed Johnson and spent Saturday and her 2412 ' Prices right. Drakesboro, the guests of Mrs. Sosh's family. Mr. Johnson. M' ' , sister, Mrs. D. Milam. ,T?foo,iimr fi. E. Smith and 0. T. Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Bishop, Center-tow- n, m.. w...w Tinrnotr rttv. win rnlled rmin ,, Burns.clty.' wcro In .Owensboro A nice Rocker, Dresser or Dining left Tuesday morning 'for' Saturday, to bo at tho to Louisville, TueadaV, 'shopping. Mrs. S. Table might bo Just what your wife Kenosha, Wisconsin, to spend the bedside of her sIsterMn-lawants tor Xmas. Surprise her, It Xmas holidays as guests of Mrs. 'Anderson, who Is very 111. ?Do 'your Christmas baking with- ( A. $ho Is not pleased wo will tako It Bishop's brother, Mr. A. T. Rowe, and 25t2 family. Ballard's Obelisk Flour, buju when shopping for Xmas seo back. ACTON BROS. 25t2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. TATE'S Jar Candles, Nuts, Fruits, T Mr. Gaylo' Taylor, with tho I. C. Mr. and Mrs Henderson Murphreo, Prices Cigarettes. ,, i .nm no to TATE'S RES- Cigars, Pipes and of Owensboro, will arrive in this city, Railroad Company, at McComb and right. CanTAURANT for Meals, Lunches, tonight, to spend the holidays with Grenada, Miss., will spend the holiSmokes etc. dy, Drinks, and Mrs. Clarence Bartlett and Mrs. Murphree's parents, Mr. and days with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Mr. Hudson, and Mr. Hudson, city. Mrs, Httlo son Lawrence' D., city, will Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Boys a Keen-Ku- tBuy Dad and tho Hudson will accompany him upon his holidays with relatives near by spend the Mru. V. ... ....., f!. W. Evnna and son.. Clyde..( return to Mississippi, for an extended tor Knlfo. They're guaranteed Owonsboro. P WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. of Moberly, Mo., will spend "tho, com visit. guests Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Park, of the ing week in Hartford, as Christmas A Davenotto SuU for a Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Llgon and Htcommunity, wore guests, of of Mrs. Evans' sister, Mrs. C. E. Into Concord present will bring more anilles 201- Miss Ernestyno Ralph, city, Saturday Smith and Mr. Smith. tlo son, Vernon P. Jr., of Frankfort, . 'i uuur DiJUiiuiiiB a ion uujs nu ,fu. jwur homo. and Sunday. ACTON BROS. , IN' Miss Elslo Dennett, who. is employ-- . ugons tamer, ur. rayion uigon; in Mr. and Mrs. Leon H. Bishop, city;, od In Owenshoro, returned to her Ilendorson, will arrive In Hartford . Torpe, BUhop's parents, homo near Bcda, Frldagyof last week, next Wednesday to remain the guest Roman Candles. Sparkler-Crackers were guests of Mr. Center;-town- , on account of tho Illness of her moth- of Mrs. Lfgon's parents, Dr. and Mrs. does, Sky Rockets, Cannon Mr. and Mrs. 0. M. Bishop, J. R. Plrtlo, until Sunday, 31t. er, Mrs. Rupert Dennett. and Toy Pistols at Sunday. REG'S PLACE. 5t2 Get your Xmas Candles, Nuts and 24t2 Fruits at DEVER BROS. Buy your Fruits, Nuts and Candies loft for her home In Vlckshurs, Miss., Mr; and Mrs. Hinton T. Leach, 2Gt2,for Cliristraos ai noiurooK-nimeSaturday. CITY RESTAURANT. city, will go to Central City Sunday, where they will bo guests of Mrs. Window Miss Daisy Wedding, of Indianapo Leach's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James $Mrs. Leon II. Bishop, city, spent Candy. Tuosday and Wednesday lu Evans-vlll- lis, Ind., will arrive In Hartford this Caskey Bennett, until Monday night. holidays with candles, s, o, Miss Cleo Blnkley, of Nashville, Tenn., will arrive in Hartford Tuesday, to spend the holidays with her Mr. and Mrs. Walter Henshaw, ac- sister, Mrs. Ross Taylor and Mr, companied by Dr. A. B. Riley, cityk Taylor and other relatjves. wont to Owensboro Monday, wh'ere Mrs. Henshaw underwent an operaMiss Elizabeth Davidson, teacher tion! ; In" tho.Hopklnsville High school, will to arrive In Hartford tomorrow, Miss Gladys Bennett, of" Louisville, epend tho holidays with her parents, will arrive this afternoon, Uo spend Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson. a few days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bennett, and other relaMrs. A. W. Mills and daughter, tives. Miss Gustlnc, city, spent from Friday of last week until Sunday in OwBuy her a box of that gpod WHITr ensboro, the guests of Mrs. Mill's Some MAN'S candy for Christmas. sister, Mrs. W. S. Mills and Mr. Mills. In nice work baskets that will bo hlchlv annreclated. Get It at JIM 24tfl Mrs. J. I. Goodman, city, went to TATES. Owensboro Wednesday, to spend the Cook, after holidays with her daughters, Miss Margaret Estha Edward and Allen Deane. Mr. nn nYtpnrtpil visit toher sister. Mrs. week-enTaylor, cy, Goodman will Join her this 'John P.Taylor and Mr. Mes-dames d. tomorrow for Henderson, to spend a week with hqr parents. ter the guest of his sister, Mrs. W. Mis3 Florence Nelson, teacher in will leave Hudson, and Mr. Hudson. the Hartford High school, M. Carson (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. Christmas " Suggestions FRUITS Bananas Oranges Lemons J FRUITCAKE Orange Peel Lemon Peel Citron Peel Raisins Dates Currants Figs Apples Grapes Celery . ' Ind., shopping. weok-en- d to spend tho her father, Judge R. R. Wedding and Cranberries ft. ft. quality. A full line of Canned Goods of the very best ' , See us before buying your Christmas Candies ' and Treats. The Prices are right. , ? - WILLIAMS & TAYLOR HARTFORD, KENTUCKY - "" I .,, TO MY CUSTOMERS; you for your patronage in 1922. While I have had the pleasure of serving you three months only, these have been delightful and successful, and I wish to extend to each and every one my heartiest"" wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year. JAMES A: TATE, Restaurant and Confectionery, corner-r-b- ut on the square," Hartford, Ky. "On the u I sincerely thank - - --- r XMAS SPECIALS AX HECJ'S PLAOK or Sandwich, como to CITY RESTAURANT, English Walnuts, per lb. . 40e per lb. . .....'Wc' Mixed Nuts V per lb. . . , . "Tho White Almonds, Don't fall to Bts Hat" Coconuts, each , lee Christmas," "Her Christmas per doz and "Christmas For The Mulligans" Oranges, 45c por doz, . ...a5c Washington Church on the ev- Apples, at the per lb,' ."Sc ening .of Dec. 25. For tho benefit of Orapof, per lb. iSc tho fhurch. Como and onjoy your- Mixod Candles, &c Fancy box Candy, plr lb self, and help a worthy cause. For a bowl of good Soup, ham-berg- er i ..... .,.. .:.- v , ,...,. .... i .fc In order to meet tho in taking cut the pork chop cut, the m this damage. increasing demand for information back Is first split and then about d on how to build terraces, County tho upper of tho side, Gardener,'' in cooperation wlth tiining tho pork chops and the clear tho extension division of tho College fat back is removed. These two of Agriculture at Lexington, recently then are separated leaving the pork held tivo demonstrations on different 'chops with tho right nmount of back farm's in the county in order to point bone and rib on them, Many farmers In cutting up their out the essential features in building The Hartford Republican has made" a special Subscribe For Your Home Paper one. The 'fact that the number .of pork carcasses now mnke the mistake clubbing rate with the Memphis Weekly Commercial farms In tho county having terraces of marring this pork chop cut by Appeal by which we will furnish both papers for one has increased from ono in 1920 to carving It into several pieces. This 30 nt tho present time, is taken as on makes It impossible for the local year for the low price fof indication of the increased Interest butcher who buys surplus chops from which farmers aro showing in them the farmer to cut off pork chops for as soil savers. his trade. Another advantage in -- ANDtaking tho chops out by this method the fact that tho loin can be Kenton Growers Get Pointers rated from tho rest of the chops and Crop The Commercail Appeal is one of the largest This Independence, Ky., Dec. 1C. Close, canned or used for sausage. point is especially desirable county farmers recent-lattto 200 Kenton and best papers in the South and we hope to receive n ly attended eight demonstrations put fin view of tho fact that there is many new subscribers on this offer. One dollar and In different sections of the county' dom enough lean moat resulting from Kentucky's Greatest Newspaper. seventy-fiv- e cents cash for both papers. Send in through the cooperation of tho exten-- ( the farm butchering to make good sausage, slon division of the College of Agri- -' your subscription now. Don't delay. culture nnd the Durley Tobacco' Growers' Cooperative Association to Webster Farmers Adopt Community give burley growers in this section of: l'lim Of AVork Dixon, Ky., Dec. 16. Webster 'the state practical pointers on how o tlo of a misleading to strip and grade their leaf crop to county farmers in the Poolo and MiM.jr.A-t-i.n3&ati.T.iimniiHfar according to lnth communities m I m of the county, best advantnge appearing in many of the reThp wnrklni? In rnonpr.ntlnn with thn m- - cent papers over tho country. f!nimtv Arrpnt C. A. Wlpklnnil. It Is 'ffia & d donxmstratlons, which were conduc-- j tension division of tho College of Concluded, on 7th Page.) A metropolitan daily paper that contains a com- Mm w by a grader from the association,! rlculture nt Loxington and County covering the world, aroused lively interest with the result Agent L. E. Cutler, have mapped out glete telegraph and cable service in all parts of Kennews from correspondents that considerable improvement is ex- - programs of work for the coming . ed wnen everything else falN. pected to bo brought about in the year in an effort to get at tho heart (S-jtucky. The Herald's local service gives all the news r.srvoui prostration r.nd female 'mothod of stripping and grading bur- - of some of their farm and home prob Mar' ' cftir.tfsse of Louisville and suburbs. Society, Financial, they are the supreme ley 'in this section of tho state. lems and muko farming more profir meuy, ni thousands have testified. ket and Sport pages, are in charge, of the most reliaThose in charge of the demonstra- table in this section of tho sta'c FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND ble authorities on these special subjects. tions found a better knowledge of! Farmers in both communities showGTOMACH TROUBLE ercr sold Does it mean anything to you to be. supplied with jthe right principles of stripping and ed keen Interest in tho possibilities , c is the best mtdie'r-over a druggists cotintsr. a daily newspaper that interests every member of 'grading among growers of this sec- -' of organized community efforts as q. e tion than had been expected, while means of making farming more the family? Then it is the Louisville Herald you quality of tobacc6 raised this year fltable and it is expected that the to your local paper. want in addition also was considered excellent in view programs outlined for both communIf you also desire the Sunday Herald add $2.50 to of bad conditions which existed duri- ities will bo carried to completion, Woman WanftTl ng- the growing season Just past. ltepresentative farmers from uoth your remittance. Points which got special attention communities met at different times Order your subscription through in the demonstrations included the with County Agent Cutler at which grading of burley so as to get leaves time the chief sources, of iucomo for THE REPUBLICAN, of uniform length nnd color In the farmers in the two communities were i Hartford, Ky. same hand, the keeping of green, rag- outlined and a study made to find FOR PERSONAL HYfilF-NOhio County leaves to them- out Just what cause was. cutting down Dissolved la vntrr for douches stop ged and pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamselves nnd the proper tying of hand3 tho returns from each ono of them mation. Recommended Ly Lydla E. poor After these conclusions were reached with good leaves Instead of with rinkhata Mtd. Co. for ten years. CIRCUIT COURT or green leaves as is often done. definite remedies wore outlined, deA Iiealins wonder for natal catarrh, sore throat and sore oyes Economical. Tho demonstrations as a whole ser- - monstrations were arranged on va- Meets first Monday in March, May Hit atmEun iluiuioa and iKmidJil tmnt. In the two communities and July; third Monday in September to impress growers of this ved farm tSmrUTlFr. JOc. all Ctupmr. e ixpy byf druum P.ilcoToJ.l w' tlortoo. Mm. county farmers recently plant-- 1 ington, D. C, and It. C. Miller, L. J. Hon with the fact that quality In leaf to show tho value of the remedies and and fourth Monday in November: Lee d 1,500 trees on their farms in onei Horlacher and E. J. Kinney, of tho crop Is more important than quaulty local leaders named to superintend udgc George S. Wilson, Owsnsboro. .anonth, according to County Agent college. Glover II. Cary, and many of them are expected to be the carrying out of remedies and lo Com'th. Attorney Hogs, tobacco, poultry, fruit, vege- - CUMed bv this principle in the future cal leaders named to superintend Work put on in the Calhoun. T. II. Jones. 4 .. I county during the summer Just past table, and rural church problems will as Ule result of what they iearned at the carrying out of the demonstra- - Clerk Frank Black. bo tho lieadliners on the Wednesday ,ne nieetlngs, B. H. Ellis. Master Commissioner tions. slon division of tho College, of Agri- - program, Jan. 31. The speakers for ' Tobacco, corn, poultry, wheat, Trustco Jury Fund L. B. Tlchenor. ml? ! culture at Lexington is held largely the day will include Miss Sweeney, jtockonstlo Fanners Glvo Hens Itlglit hog9, beef cattle, sheep, dairy cat COUNTY COURT responsible for tho interest which Ben E. Nlles, Henderson, secretary Fcc(i And Citro tie, apples and soybeans wero found Convenes first Monday in each farmers of tho county aro taking in ?f the Kentucky State Horticultural to bo the chief sources ot Incomo In Mount Vernon, Ky., D'ec. 16. month: development of their home or- - Society, and W. D. Valleau, George nockcaat.e couuty farmers and their the Corinth the Farming community. Judge R. R. Wedding. Roberts, W. W. Dimock, Miss Mar- - wIves are glvln, nlore attentIon to conditions In the community were chards. Otto C. Martin. garet Coffin, Miss Eleanor Enright, beUer methods of feeding, housing studied and the principal factor that County Att'j Clerk Guy Ranney. The drive staged this last summer A. J. Olney, J. S. Gardener, J. H. and (akng cafe ot thelr chickens, limits the return from each of these Sheriff G. A. Ralph; Deputies: against loafer hens in McCreary coun- - Martin and J. It. Smyth, of the col- - Couuty Agent Robert F. Spence says. lines was determined. After further Mack Cook, Iris Render, George ty flocks by the extension division ot lege. A recent vJsl t0 the C0Unty by J. It. discussion, the farmers, nnd County P. Jones. On Thursday, Feb. 1, the chiof sub- - Rmvth n nlGmber of the noultry de- Agent Ttho College of Agrlculturo has been Cutler decided upon the best Jailer Not Hudson. brought to a successful close with Jects for discussion will bo those partment ot th.e College ot Agricul- - remedy In each case after" which 17 A Safe Old Fashioned QUARTERLY COURT the completion of the twelfth culling ueaung wuu oairymg, mrKeys anu turo at Lexington, marked a big step demonstrations were planned for difRemedy for Worms The speakers al- - ,u tne work demonstration, the last ot a series the rural school. 0ne ot the jmportant ferent farms In tho community and Convenes first Monday in each month. Seventy.nVeyears contin uous use ia the best test!. held to show farmers and their wives' ready scheduled for talks on the pro- - thIng3 dono during the visit ot JIw farmers appointed to seo that the FISCAL COURT monial FREYS VEBMIFUCE ow to distinguish between the good Brain for the day include J. H. to tho county was tne certitl-an- d demonstrations were carried out. can offer you. poor layers in their flocks.Lain, of the U. S.'Department of Ag-- j cat,()n Qf ,he f,oc,. uoIonglnB t0 ,Mrs. Farmers appointed as local leaders to Convenes Tuesday after first MonKeep a, bottle always on rlculture; Mrs. M. L. Hall, Shelby- hens were Tour hundred ninety-thre- e hand. It will help keep c Coomct? The fact that her superintend the demonstrations in- day in January; first Tuesday In the little ones healthy handled In the 12 demonstrations, jville, and Miss Kathorino Christian. nock'wns that she cluded R. W. Hocket, J. A. Weldon, April nnd October, R. R. Wedding (pn) and happy. 203 being discarded because theypHsj Irone Piedalue, Miss Nellie Gard . quaIlty ctock rromi which T. M. Townsend, Wlnls McCoy, W. L. County Judge, presiding! hgh 30cabome vtyour druggta's or general storr; or if your dealer showed tho characteristic signs of and A. J. Stelner. all of the college. othcr mtarmm ot the Btato can obtan Higginson and P. B. Austin. lbt District J. P. McCoy. Hartford tan' uppljryou.tend hit nam Beef cattle subjects and those deal-- . hatcnlng eggs wlth whteh to bulld ! 30c in atampe nnd we'll being poor producers, according to In the 2nd District W. C. Knott, Center- A similar study was made end you botilo promptly. mg wuu me rural community wm do up County Agent W. B. Woodward. town. tobacco, where their flocks. A flock of 456 hens Poole community E. J. FXEY. Biltaur. Hi. tho main ones on tho Friday pro- - belonging to C. H. Jett was culled corn, wheat, poultry, hogs, dairy cat- 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons The speakers wilt include during the same week In order to re- tle and sheep wero found to be the 4th District J. R. Murnhv. Fords- Twelye Fayette county farmers gram. Vlllo. cooperate with County Agent, Mr. Phillips, M. O. Hughes, Louis-"- move the hens thnt were poor layers chief sources of income Farmers apwill Dr. Frank L. McVoy. president Sam II. Holbrook, HartIt. Gnbbert and the extension paying for, their food pointed as local loaders to look after nth not capablo of ' ford, R. F. D. No. 4. WJ LL YOU. vision of tho Collego of Agrlcultnre of the University of Kentucky; and and care. A further sign of tho In- the demonstrations In this communiduring the coming year In putting on Wayland Rhoads and T. R. Bryant, creasing Interest In Improved and ty 'included Jack Melton, Vatter Otli District Mack Martin, Nartows, TAKE OUR R. F. D .No. 2. beef cattlo feeding demonstrations on of tho college. practical poultry methods, accord- Crowley, Tom, Urowly. Henry WatDistrict J. Waltor Taylor, BeainCir farms to bring out nuviu.i" ing to Mr. Spence, Is the fact that two son, Edward Melton, H. L. Crowley. 7th ver Dam, R. F. D. No. 3. Shipments of grapas from Call- - now poultry houses nave just oen Edwin Allen and Carl Crowley. pointers on tho fattening of cattle REMEDY ot thp county. increased steadily dur- - nnjhcd in the county DOAltl) OF EDUCATION fornta have for other farmers A Treatment Ing the las six seasons, reaching a toLess corn was Imported in 1921 by Superintendent Mrs. I.'S. Mason for WEAK approximately 38,000 cars in Farmers Get Pointers On IJutchoiin Union county farmers living in tho tal of tho United Kingdom, France, and Convenes First Monday In ovorj l cooperating 1922 according to reports of" tho LUNGS oi At Homo years, month. Mrs. I. S. Mason, S. S. O. C. Wavcrly community, Bolgium than during Lexington, Ky.,Dec. 1C. Farmers according to Information compiled by and r. with County Agent L. C. Urover, will United States Department of AgriculCOH.SUMPTIOfc In an IncroasJng number of Kentucky tho United States Department of Ag It. A. Owen, Chairman, Hartford use organized community effort in ture . counties are getting new pointers on rlculture. In 1921 tho United King attempting to get at tho heart of R. F. D. No. C. feelinc Shipments of grapes In 1922 from, the best methods to use in killing and dom took 78,000,000 bushels during W. R. Carson, VIco Chairman, Hart- A quick rcllet for thit tired, Bomo of their farm and homo probcouebi, pains In elicit, nlcht sweats, htmiir fifty of them tho three leading on tholr farms as tho the five curing meats years, chacci, uealc lungs or consumption. Ono hundred ford, It. F. D. No. 3. If II dots lems. c of meetings and demonstra-IgaStates in the East Now York, Franco took 1,200,000 bushels, com Nat Llndley, Centertown, R. F. D. 1 not help you it costs you nothing. attended tho meeting when tho Lock. Box 016 were double, tions being held over tho stato by tho pared with 19,000,000 bushels, and Otis Stevens, Beaver Dam. and Pennsylvania OHIO MEDICAL GO. club waT formed and the COLUMBIJfl O This is tho their avcrago annual shipments, ac- extension division of the College ot Bolgium, 19,000,000, .compared with Claud Renfrew, Dundee. of work outlined. seventh community in tho county to 'cording to reports to tho United Agriculture goos forward, according 20,000,000. Examinations. Stntea Department of Agriculture.' to Grady Sollards, swlno extension adopt a similar lino ot work. For Common School Diplomas , specialist of tho College, who Is In Samples ot shoot asphalt paving Now Tork shipped 7.484 cars, com-Fourth Friday and Saturday in Jan- USELIV-VER-LA- X The most ro- - from fivo large cities are being ex- uary, Kami Mcctiiiu Program Already Woll pared with an average of 3.G84 for.' charge of tho work. and Second Friday and SaturMichigan cent moetlngs havo been in Logan, amined Jn'tho laboratory of tho Butho years Started day In May. Tq be hold in i'ords-vlllcompared with Darren and Daviess counties with a reau of Public Roads, United States Loxington, Ky., Dec. 10. Plans shipped 5,833 cars, Beaver Dam and Hartford. for tho eleventh annual Farm and an.artrorago of 2,912; nnd Pennsylva- - total attendance of more than 2D0 Department of Agrlculturo, to deterFor Teachers' Certificates Third farmers. mine If posslblo tho causo of tho for- LFrlday and Saturday in May, June! Ilpme Convention to be held at tho nia, 1,G14 compared with 37. Just how to take care of tho pork mation ot bad spots nnd waves, or and September. Except notlco it Collego of Agrlculturo Jan. 30 to crop in the chop cut in butchering hogs so that corrugations. Of the total apple A fow samples of given to tho contrary tho latter exleb. 2, of next year, for Kentucky farmers and their wives already aro Northwest IB to 20 per cont aro of local butchers over tno stato can bituminous concrete aro also being aminations will bo held In Hartford. vi well under way, according to an an- - tho Delicious variety, according to take care of tho surplus meat to tho oxamlnod. Tho samples have been OTHER OFFICERS nouncoment by N. R. Elliott, who Is reports to. tho United States Depart- - host ndvantago seenia. to bo ono of tho cut both from good and bad sections .... .. .. .. u. F. Keown Tav Commissioner . ... t rni.1- in charge of tho program for tho mum ui iignuuuuru, lum vunei; cniei Uluicuiues ot lariuurs wuu uu of the sumo paving Job and aro ex Pcolr!nht all tho time. Don't lay el Fordsvllle. dcm'onstrafcon& and brings higher prices than other tholr own butchering, Unles3 this amined for appearance ot sample, Talks, from work for days by taking calomo event. Surveyor C. S. Moxley, Fordsvllle when pleasant Lh' keeps to give farmers and prominent varieties ot boxed apples. 'cut is taken out in the same manner grading of aggregate, and quantity ItcprrbPiitntlvc conferences Ira Jonos, White on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtrouhyot on tho farm that packors uso, tt is and characteristics of asphalt. wives practical pointers on a ' their lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Doth Run. Although a soparato Investigation wldo variety of Important farm and Calloway Fanners Um Terraces To impossible for butchers to use the take anything else. You can't afford HARTFORD Save Soil. it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses syssurplus pork chops that farmers may from tho trofflo tost pn tho circular Police Judge --J. D. Holbrook, homo prbbloms already aro scheduled! tem and relieves constipation. 9 A nat. Murray, Ky Doc. 10. Terraces' wish to sell, Mr. Sellards says. One track made ot sections ofbltumlnous Mnjor W. O. BlajikenshiiJ. on tho program which Is fast taking ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure bid fair to solve a big problem for, RussoHvlllo butcher offered to pay lp; concrete It is thought that each in- a ueinmo term in its effect nnd certain in results. U Council L. II. Bishop, Soty, won't bo long before Liu. VbIa win d Information Proulems dealing with shoep anu Calloway county formers who havo! cants a pound for any surplus porkj vestlgatlon HOGKPORT completely displaco calomel m ever) wool, alfalfa 'and tho farm home will hilly lind tUut washes oaslly, accord- - chops farmers in that section of the hoinful to the o.ther. Robert L. Green, Judge. home. Children can take it freely an? .. get attention on the first day of tho ing to County Agent J. B. Gardener, utato might Iwvo, provided they worpl with perfect safety. Every bottlo truarLee W. Phorson, Marshall. The Score o'f .farmers In this, section of takuii out ot t"C carcaw by the cor,-- Mlftlnfonunllon RoRsirdliij! IJnt Roosts 30. antced. 50c nnd ?l in bottles. Nwk program, TitOiday, Jan. Edd Cooper, Chairman. Benuino without tho likeness nnd nijrn j a llvflh tuttrest reot method. ."Will banish insects with trained principal spwkent on thnt Uy will the state art W. H. Blackburn, Clerk, ruro ot I 10 GrUrsby, For sale by V " In following 1L method of packer? bats, knys Federal oxporl," is the ti- include Mis$ Mary B. Swoeney Wash- in terracos us a utoans ot pjwrgntlns Stllll Mason, Treasurer, J. II, WILLIAMS, - Hartford, Ky. one-thircon-Ago- nt $5.75 Pays For Both A CASH OFFER k The Hartford Republican lnf sopa-Qunll- ty $1.75 j Louisville Daily Herald er sel-o- You Should Read IHJThe Louisville Herald Cor-th- halt-colum- n ar-tic- lo H Ag-te- .StaHM K. 1 a y&!kA?WBHdRf gsBtserc J ! pro-th- Every I DIRECTORY t.UHr'i'iJII'lliil' jljil n off-col- FARM DEPARTMENT. sec-!rio- J ft i i Motaers use h j I - Farthe(MdrmZ YefMt u6e th certified-signifie- d I -- f J lo; Dl-tri- ct - &. Mm: GERMINAL pre-w- ar ?f io Secretary-Treasure- FORGONE MONTH grape-growin- g pre-w- ar 1909-191- 3; com-munt- ly Mlch-'schedu- lo n, pro-tra- m -, i 1917-192- 1; For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation, Ver-Lu- x li. .a..-.....- -. 1- , may-yiel- n - ubc-whi- 4 A r This Is nn Increaso of 1,' ' tlon. This situation Is Illustrated 100 per cent ovrr tho production In strikingly by a chart of tho trend of population, In tho 1921, but Is only nbout of human llvo-sto(Concluded from C a Pnge.) average production. tho five-yeUnited States from I860 to 1922. of Among live stock tho number bawd on nn Interview with Vornon j nn Mexican uean uectio lias neen swine Is tho roost variable, apd she p nn n ,ust of tho Bailey, chief field Biological Survey, Unti i states De- recorded from 10 new counties In show the greatest goneral decline. partment of Agriculture n Which the Kentucky. It Is now known to be" j The rolatlvt positions of tho curves prosont over practically tho entire In this chnrt at tho present time inn vrlter wns Riven sonic centrnl area of this State. During dicate that the nation will probably fuel regarding tho liihits of bats, re-- I (experience' Increasing difficulty In which ho mlKlit have r art In any of the past month It has alio been popula ported to the United States Depart supplying Its jh dozen books on To maminah. ment of Agriculture from four new tion with sufficient meat products, mako n thrilling story tho writer these- facts vim numerous counties In western North Carolina. and at the same tlmt providing a surplus of these products for export. unauthorized ttatPnienti misquoted nations False wlreworms wore much more The principal meat-eatin- g given, and conveyed tho Information serltunly nhundant than usual In of tho world, in order of per capita the Impression that nrttftclal hat Nobraska, Kansas consumption, are Argentina, Austraroosts would afford a remedy for October In western according to .reports lia, and New Zealand, with the Unitmosquito pests. The artlclo has not and Oklahoma, recolved by the United States De- ed States fourth. the sanction of the HlnU'Ical Sur-Te- y partment In tho vi" of Agriculture. I of Mr. Ualley. cinity of Dig Spring, Dciul County, Canada and the Scandinavian m Nebr , hundreds of acres of unsprout-et- l countries, however, Imported more WlM-My ! IViifllcililt. llrlrd wheat have been destroyed while corn In 1921 than during the pre-ware ndv being Dairy lying In the dry soil. years. Denmark's imports totaling need In various new uys as a re19,000,000 bushels, an increase of sult of Investigation? by the United In the soil toting meetings held over 70 per cent. '.States Department of Agriculture. -recently by the county agricultural Good results hnvo been obtained agent of Doono County, III., to which particularly In tho manufacture of each farmer nttondlng was naked to FOR' FLETCHER'S .dried whey. From 100 pounds of tho lirlnir nrvnml Rnnltllos of soil from 4 pounds of whey were obtained farm, only ono farm showed th?t his crndo sugar and 1V4 pounds of dried tho soil wns sweet, according to re-- I ; whey containing about 30 per cent ports to tho United States DeparSAMPLES OK SEEDS 0,071 to a laboratory making baby food, tment of Agriculture .Tho owner of TESTED 111 DEPARTMENT The dried whey was sold of nlbumln. this farmi stated that hei has been at prlco which resulted In a satis- growing slargo amount of clover, During tho fiscal year 1922, the factory return for tho hey. seedtesting laboratories of the Busweet clover and alfalfa. Dried whoy and dried buttermilk reau of Plant IndustryUnited States nro being fed experimentally to Dehydrated Hawaiian fruits hav- Department of Agriculturo, received laying hens at one of the departof were and examined 29,671 samples ing commercial possibilities ment fnrnw. In tho first half of the at the. 1921 Maul fair by the seeds. Of these 17,000 came, to the experiment the pen of hens shown 1 agricultural experiment sta- laboratory at Washington, and tecolvlng dried whey produced eggs Federal g to the five branch Products of the Territory. tion at a rato comparing favorably with re- which have been found by tho station laboratories maintained In coopera-tlonwlt- h obtained with other kinds of sult the State institutions. to bavo especial merit, according to feed. These samplesfepresent both vegreports to tho United States Department of Agriculture, aro dehydrated etable and field seeds from farmers Vw Cold DrlnkH Klnv.md Willi Ap- mango, from which an excellent can- seed dealers, and investigators, to ple Now Possible. were sent, dled product can be obtained; dehy- whom reports of analyses Now como apple Ice cream, or drated papaya, which mixed" with showing the presence of weed seeds rather tho flavoring that makes It lemon makes a cheap but delicious and worthless material, or the gerpossible. A synthetic ?ppl oil that jam; and dehydrated guava, from mination, or both, as requested. jMkjsessc tho aroma of ripe apples which Jelly can be made. Through this service tho work of the g has been prepared by Dr F II. Pow laboratories is immepractical agriculer and V. K. Chestnut, of the Bureau Outliers Dln To Im-pr- diately npplied to Drpnirmcni ' of Chemistry, United States Dcpart-moture. Kritlt JJoveniRc of Agriculture, and a public A total of 5,502 samples of vegequality of fruit beverages Tho service patent has bom granted for seeds was purchased and test- has been Improved and tho standards table .... . t a10lto process. .ln irauur,, tho result of data gathered. eu lor geriuuuuiuii, aim published J work- rnised as Doctor Power, who has been of these tests will be ) by tho Bureau of Chemistry, United ing since 1320 on tho problem of pro- ' of these seeds, garden peas States Department of Agriculture, In Somo ducing this oil synthetically, bases were also grown In tho field for trtie-nes- s Its research work on fruit Juices and samples his product on chemical Investiga- 'carbonated beverages. Tho Industry to name. Sweet-cor- n of tho odorous constituents of being grown for field stands and tions the are tho it is said, may be extended thru has apples. His preparation observation as to tho presence of more general use of these data. MINOR ARRESTED " in It merit of having Nearly evory Ingredient used by disease. naturally in the ON BANK CHARGES that does not occur bottlers has been studied by the bu Heartburn Is a symptom of Indithis" it differ fromfothor apple. In reau sugar, acid, water, flavors gestion. Tako a dose of Herbiae In artificially prepared flavors and fruit Juices. Methods have been such cases. The pain disappears In- 1'iomlncnt Man Accused of ConvertTho bureau has prepared at most devised for detecting genuine and ing Property and Making palatablo carbonated boerago with tmltaflon flavors. Satisfactory for- stantly. The bowols operato speediFalse Entries. . flavoring constly and you feel fine, vigorous and the applo oil as Its of mulas for prepailng a numi'Jer cheorful. Price 60cv. Sold by Ohio Doctor Power saja that the ituent. them have been develops!. It has m oil being volatile may not be used In been found that by replacing one-ha- ir County Drug Co. -- . Danville, Ky., Dec. 16. Claude preparation of food products that the the sugar "with honey, sirup WOLF BOUNTIES PAID BY D. Minor, cashier of tho Peoples hive to bo Iieated, but Is especially manufacturers can improve tha qualiMISTAKE FOB COYOTE TELTS Bank and Trust Company of Perry-vill- e, suitable for flavoring cold drinks and ty of such soft dTlnlt3 aa root beer, until recently president of the Ico cream. sarsaparllla and chocolate at an inBounties received for the destruc- Kentucky Bankers' Association and 0.3 creased cost of approximately tion of harmful wild animals fre- representative In the Kentucky Leg.Argentina nd U. S. lcad World In cent a half-pibottle, with no de- quently furnish an opportunity to islature from Boyle County for three Exports of Com crease In food value. 'Slues the clearpublic treasuries terms, was arrested at his homo In Approximately 80 per cent of the ness and palatablllty of the beverage filch money from pretenses. The bounty Perrvvlllo at 7 o'clock tonight on under torn entering Into world trade cornea depends largely on tho water used( system , fatso applied to the capture of tluee warrants taken out by the and the United thei chemical composition of 70 city from Argentina two of animals and rodents, has State Banking Department, States, according to Information com- water supplies la tho ..United States man; iHnnHvnnlairna v.. la HHlinllVr . which charge him with making false uiflMiuovi, nnA - States Departpiled by tho United has been ascertained. muci) moro expensive iu iuo ewuuuin entry and one with wrongfully con ment of Agriculture. In 1921 shipvalue of results obtained than tho verting property of another while exceedments from the United States Anici-lciinEating Iicss Stent Xum plan advocated by the Biological Surcashier of the Porryvlllo Bunk. ed those from Argentina by 21.000,-O0- 0 Iter of Animals Declines. vey of the United States Department year Mr. Minor accompanied Sheriff bushels, but prior to that Figures and charts on the meat was usually tho larger industry of the United States show- of Agriculture of putting experienced Logan Wood to Danville, shere he Argentina shipper, average exports from that ing that the consumption of meat Is huntors on salaries In Infested terri- was released on $4,500 bond, furtory. The opportunity tor dishonby W. O. Prewltt, of Perry-vlllcountry beforo tho war (1909-191decreasing nro given In an exhibit, est practice under the bounty system nished and and then returned to hlj home. having been, between entitled "Livestock Statistics," by one-ha- lf of nil corn entering Into the United States Department of Ag- Is well illustrated by a case tha.t cam He has a wlfo. but no children. to the attention of the predatory aniand one-ha- lf "The charges are absolutely unworld trade and about riculture, at the International Live- mal Inspector o' the Biological Sui-vo- y exported by true," Mr. Minor declared over tho times tho quantity stock Exposition at Chicago, Decemstationed at Olympia, Wash., long distance telephone !ast night, tho United States. ber 2 to 9. ' The auditor for Grant County, af- "but I musts decline to make, a detailExports of corn from Argentina In These statistics show that the Unitmoney In boun- ed statement until after I ha a con1921 totaled about 112,000,000 bush- ed States, whtlo still among the prin- ter paying out much ties for "timber wolves" decided to sulted my attorney." els, or 4,000,000 bushels less than cipal meat-eatin- g nations of tho send one of tho "wolf" pelts to tho and exports In one of thotwarranti charging average the pro-wworld Is undergoing a .g.neral de- district Inspector of tho Biological it is allegod Minor fnlso entries, 62,000,000 bushels les than cline both In per capita consumption nbout It was tho exports of 1920. On tho other of meat and in tho number of food Survey for Identification. although' credited $10,000 to "A. Mann," but p3lt, upon investigation it was brought hand, exports from the United States animals In proportion to he popula- - pronounced a coyoto bushels, somewhat darker and larger than thoj that no such person exists ard no In 1921 wore 132,000,po0 v average. such deposit was mauN). Another which was 111,000,000 biuhels more The hunter who brought. In thol charge Is that his accounts showed 87.000,000 than In 1920 and about aver-ngpelts claimed that tho animals were tho Citizens Bank of DanvllH oved UAMBONE'S MEDITATIONS bushels moro than tho pre-wdriven down from tho timber to the the Perryvllle Bank and Trust Comlowlands by 'forest flros. Tho locai pany $6,000 which debt It Is alleged, JoNE REASON SOME FOLKS coyote bounty Is while that of the never existed. This was '.ator corWk'i- Vldrt Ciin oil Fnnni'rs After ALLUZ LOOKS wolf is $1D. rected on tho books or erased by Of Corn Care In some unknown person. 10 tEY SHAME T LOOK Carrollton, Ky., Dec. Tho Peoples Bank and Trust Com! the selection of seed corn as a means BACK crop repany of Porryvlllo, and of which MinFOR FLETCHER'S of boosting tho yield of this or has been cashier for years un-- . ceived spoclul attention from farmers October 2, according til it was forced o c!o In Carroll county this fall, money Six due to failure In collect!" lO.N DUllAMMTY NEEDED. O. C, Houtt to County Agent tho Institution and toj Many duo demonstrations were, held on farms by John Long had 14 children and, loans on the books, had deposits of In different parts of the county thov hmt nil Iippii rnrVnil In Ihn name $300,000 and a0set3 of tGOO.OOO. Mr. Routt, to point out some of the cradle. Quo evening as Mrs. Long John M. Smith, employed as a rep out ears of things to watch In, picking was rocking tho 14th child, she said! resentative of tho Stato Banking corn to bo used for seed, has been at the bank hlnco to her husband with a wan smile: 9 going over Us accounts. "John this cradle is protty near worn NoWnt of tomato Comonerclal production 'MroMltk, "when seen following Mr. pounds out." sc'ed in 1922 totaled 238,000 19-"Yep," said John. "It's abput ufcsd Miner) arrest, would make no ttato-mnt- ?' 1 an Increaaobf 200 per cent over aver-agrWerrlug his, qupstlonor to the up." Then bo handed Mrs. Long a nnil 10 per cont over tho'B-yea- r State State9 $10 bill and added, ."Next time yu St;ate ''winking Department, according to tho tTJglteil Banking Commissioner, Isaacs and "go to town, mothor, git a new one Agriculture Departmont of one that'll last." Los Augeles Timed. W, W. Peabhouse, deputy banking fttmimlssloner, wore in Danville all spinach i Over 313,000 pounds'! In the Unltud. ay today, but would not discuss Mr. Motor vehicles " seed was raised commercial!) States havo a combined power equal Minor's arrest, reaching 1922. according to reports CepirrliM 1911 fty UcCJurt Nwutir Syndic I Minor will bo glveu au examining to that of 300,000,000 horsw. AE- the United State Department of FARM DEPARTMENT. ' rlculturc. ar 44I two-thir- ck i well-know- I CALL 0v ITS ! ar , J I Children Cry CASTO R A J are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and .Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c, ZXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You 12,-57- seed-testin- HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. i Hartford Printing Company 4i.ji. IXCOKPORATEP seed-testin- oi nt .., .a HARTFORD, KENTUCKY trial Thursday morning before Judge shop which had for Us back a threepenny piece. It contained 120 difQ. Coulter, county Judge. .- ferent parts, and weighed under six need White's Cream Among the private collection ot A'ormlfuge.- - It not only destroys worms, If there be any, but it acts Jewelry owned by the present king of England and preserved, together as a strensthenlng'tonlc In the bowels. Prlco 35c per bot- with other royal heirlooms, at WindDrug sor Castle, is a liliputlan watch, tle. Sold, by Ohio County m which was presented to Goorge III Company. ' by a celebrated watchmaker of those Sickly-childre- n penny-weight- s. stora-ach'a- TIND3ST WATCHES A 'repeater watch has just been completed by a Swiss firm, the platinum case of- - which measures It is only half an inch in diameter. claimed to be tho smallest watch Jn the world that strikes tho hours. watches Much smaller are, however, In existence. One mode by a Geneva watchmaker measures, of va Inch across only the Slal. It forms tho top of a gold ponholder, and tho so tiny, keeps excellent time. Amldget watch, Intended to be worn as a shirt stud, was made id 1890 by a Nowcastle watchmaker. A few years ago it was on exhibition there, and was still going as well as ever. The dial Is only or less than a quarter of an .Inch In diameter. Another tiny timepiece was re- contly shown In a London Jeweler's non-strlklth three-sixteent- nt per-dato- ry ... days, named Arnold. It Is set in a finger ring, and the dial measures ot an inch nineteen thirty-secon!n diameter. What renders this particular midget watch unique, Is the fact that Its cylinder is fashioned from an Oriental ruby, the diameter part of an being the .fifty-fourand Inch, Its length the Its weight less than a grain. ds th forty-seventh, . ? - ) INJURED BY FALL Ol? MONKEY s o, one-thir- d While Mrs. Sdmuel Powell, of Hi Y was driving along tho road in a surrey ao escaped monkey swung by His tail from a limb over the carriage He stfddeniy lost hi ori Mrs. Powell, damaging her hat and Injuring her shoulder. Her screams brought a passing hunter to the rescue and tha lifo of the monkey was ended with a load of buckshot, hold- - and tumbled lit-bylo- n, to ar LADY WAS IN A BAD FIX FROM NERVOUS iHOIBE for a year or more, nervous indigestion, or some form of stomach trouble," says Mrs. Alonzo Ford, 1117 Clay SjtreeUhis dly, "The water I drank at that time seemed to constipate me. I would suiter until I got so nervous 1 wanted to get down on the floor and roll. I felt like 1 could tear my clothes. "Every night, and night after night, I had to take something for a laxative, and it had to be kept up nightly. My side would pain. 1 looked awful. My skin was sallow and seemed spotted. I would look at my hands and arms, and the flesh Blloxi, Miss. ar o. "I had, S. mt - ER-HAI- D, Ohiiaren Cry CASTQRIA looked lifeless. o, " I happened to get a Birthday so I told my Black-Draug- Almanac, - husband I would try the which I did. I took a I felt much better. My few big doM liver acted well. niade a good, warm Ittaad drank it that way. Soon I found that nervous, tight feeling was going, at was the pain In my side. I found I did not have to take it every night. Soon , aftei a few weeks, 1 could leave it off for i week or so, and 1 did not suffer with constipation. . . I gained flesh. I have a good color, and believe it was a stubborn ht did the liver, and that work. "1 went to my mother's (Alrs.Deeters) one day, and she wasn-'- t well at all. . . 1 V told her we'd try did, and now she keeps it to take aftct eating. It certainly helped Iter, and ue neither will be without it in our homes. It is so simple, and the due can to regulated as the case may be. We use small doses after meals for indigestion, and larger doses for hadache or bad liver." Thedford's liver med icine k for sale everywhere. ju Diack-DiaugBlack-DraugBlack-Draught ,. WASHINGTON COMMENT sent from Chicago direct to Now pa in 1 Or- - BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (Ily I. D. Clnlre) ADVOCATES HCIKNTIKIC fChrlstmrflt Not, truly, a time for philosophy yet a tlmo when many halt thii solves - IrV r 1 Th C S,rlS"n! nt least, l answer give lo the nucs Inn. n t the celo- to com bratlon of C .r.jtma I. Ug on rSean much to many "ho !nM,B l'0'" t",roC, 'I c,rw th Jonun; t Ita T". 'fr; ' mr - k II- :. S i fr J IV. ,v " rVrfi' wnn on nui miiwio " .v. ..- by those of ailen faiths and strange; It Is" a time of Joy and happiness to thousands of children who havo llttlo ir no understanding ot Its religious significance; It Is, warm In the hearts of many men and women as a tlmo of love, ot rpfolclnir. of neighborly friendship, of kinship, quite apart from Its beli.B the natal day of tho I'lrnrnter of Nazareth Christmas means peaco on earth, goodwill to men. It means an openr ing of hearts. It needy. It means thp poor and p bringing. Joy to children who othor-wIshavo llttlo Joy and other Items In the heart. It "If means love moans brotherhoou. - .... S.mM.Arlwinil Without a n.. i neru ia ii ..".. moans-thoughtfo- nrarunws "."-- '' "'."";: h? I s 1 ;. 1 Lit? r- - and, so ovea those who know noining 1,- it there be such of tho day, Christmas 922 ytears ago, which celebrates even; such ns these, In celebrating Christmas. In receiving 'or giving from tho spirit of Christmas, are led In spite ot themselves, back to tho Creator , " nhrUMnha not a time for pun but a beautiful tlmo to prove ARBUCKLE'S FUTURE IN Very frequently folks ask me who that even philosophy must yield to, MfSVIFS IIP TO HIM Is my friend, tho quaint phllosopho. which the spirit ot tho Yulo lpg. Buddy McPhcag. Some of these brings to us all, Christian and Jew,' d' times I nm going to write a brief Angp e- -. Dec SOllo-co- o Mohammedan and Buddhist, heathen buckle, motion picture comedian, has biography of this eccontrlc character bollever, Just and unjust, alike. l"c-rc- 3 ho may Ho it really a creature of fUsh nnd J And " hc - unification ot that love which work at It '" Whether he comes back blood, and If 1 do not always quote , j" i,n tvnriii. enn .. .., i .tarane oi " UU IIIIL'U uluuimcii n nun him verbatim, ho has at least Inspireyor make It wholly a p.lace for broth ID IMU I'lUCU distinctly up to Arbuclfto and to the ed much that I havo put Into his r- erhood, of his wife, Amorlcnn people, la tho. gist of a mouth. The loyalty sorles ot statements given out hero who was a plain washerwoman, will -""Whon doctors disagree, who shall today by Will Hays, chief of the mo form no little part of .tho Interesting I 4ecldc?", tion" picturo Industry. Jcsao L. Lasky story. i I is Impossible for any ono to say of tho comnanv that formerly dls- It disap'now whether or not the Oregon school (tr)butcd tJjo Arbucklo come,i(es, j0 Bather than undergo tho law is or Is not constitutional. Thoso soph Schenck, producer, who will cm- - pointment of missing tho Christmas wiii drew It, those who passed It, ploy Arbucklo and the comodlan him- Issue of the Republican I shall Just com down and get the news first-- 1 those who want It, say It Is. Thoso self. ' . who! find in It objcctlonal features producers band. Mr. Hays requested the . say U isn't! Only tho courts can de- to withdraw Arbuckle films and tc i cide. It Is n inl3takon notion. that con-- 1 make no more ot them last April. He Th. Oreiroii school law has been took that action after Arbuckle had grosses and. parliaments miike laws. much misrepresented by Its enemies. been thrice tried on a bbarge of man They Indeed enact stntntes, lint tho Thus, no less :i Catholic dignitary slaughter nrlsing frgm the death In laws that in tho ond must govern than Archbishop Michael J. Curley, San Francisco ot Virginia Uappe, an alike tho movements of the planets of Baltimore, says ot It: actress. Since then Arbucklo has and the conduct of men como from organization lived quietly taking nn occasional trip tho hands of nn Iu finite Lawgiver. As . "The Ore away, but keeping out of the public sooq as His laws are sufficiently enrt,o nonorod the gon school bfll Is now planning slmi- - eye. grafted on tho human understanding Tnr action for other states, with the tl Mr Arbuckle declined to comment legislator!, give thorn language and, aal purpose ot adding such legisla on the uew conditions other than to definition, and this Is misnamed law-- " tion a in amendment to tno Ameri- say ho would accept the chance ami making. can Constitution try to Improve It. T f..e frnm lhn ro'lfTltllT tf tllP "The Oregon law does not become AVAKI) HL'MIMIHKV for four, years, and In tho history ot the second greatest cliar-- j effective meantime It Is planned to carry the acter that ever grncecf the eurth.j Miss Mary B Humphrey-anor Buddah. This remarkwork to other parts of tho Union with, Gautama ntmo-sbheG "Ward were Joined In able man was born a prince ot men tho object of creating such an prohibition Tuesday evening. December 19, h well as of empire In. DwIIn nearly the as made at the honfe- - of tho Key. .Granville six hundred years before tho dawn , atpcngmejit. ''"'"Tho whole trend of such legislat- Jogsers, pastor of tho'NocreA M. E. of tho Christian Era. Kept as was Ready-to-Weup an Church, who performed the ceremo- tho royal custom ofhe tlmo' from ion- Is a state socialism, sotting povclaim ny. sight or even contact wfth the omnipotent state that shall ot mankind The bride Is 55 years of age nnd erty and wretchodness ownership ot Individuals, body and on tho principles of Karl Marx, the groom CI. Mr. Ward la a pros- until his maturity, he went out Into soul, teach- perous farmer of the Nocreek cuun tho world and was hockpd. at tho the Gorman socialist,' whoso put into practice havo created try. Each of the parlies have a host miseries of tho luckless multitude. ings, of friends who wish for them a con- Such was his sympathy for tho helpsoviet Ilussln," socialism, genial nnd happy married lite. less poor that lie despised n crown state and tho luxury of a court to give his omnipotent state, ownership of body DltAIXAGE BO.VD TAX which life to moderating the miseries of and soul," all this about a bill pub- ),iiiirnn to attend a his race, nnd so well did he ancceed G. A. Ilarac, t nl., District. d ... ..,.,.! i months in the yoarl of the human that today Tho landowners whdse landH are race ure his devoted disciples, a numopponents say ot the bill that' Its In tho G. A. Dames, et nl., ber greater than tho disciples of n will "destroy tho private school," bonded parochial Dralnago District of Ohio County, Christ and Mahomet combined. The crush the that It "Will par- - Kentucky, jare hereby notified that history of this marvelous man la well school" that It "lakes from tho rl-- ht determine what hla tho seventh series of bonds Issued to worth tho studcut's attention to ..nt the ( construct said ditch will bo due on child shall learn." and a lot otlml-- January 5, 1923. KAHNKTTS CHEEK are twelve lar misstatements. There assessments in Tersons owing the bill calls for months In a r Mr. Ernest Patton, went to Buford. attendance during but'tnls district should seo C. O. Hunter. nubUc school I was In tho back seut to drive Slower County Treasurer, Hartford, Ky., at Tuesday, on business. The parents in Oregon have vo Sunday and more carefully but tho daughter Mr. Buddie Crowe spent schools 'once and pay amount of tax duo thosame control ot what their refused to obey with tho result that y m )q with Mr, and Mrs. Cicero Wudo.-- , injureu Mr. E. L. Brooks wa3 tho Kuest ot the 'mother was seriously away tho right ed nfter.January 5, 1923 wherg Is tho "taking Since tho daughter Is ot ago and mar S. L. KING, Mr. and Mis, E. I'. Masslo, Sunday. to say what the child snail uariu Drainage Commissioner. Mrs. Lucy Jewell, of Henderson, Is ried tho mother was driven to tho it Is not for us to say What tho spending tho week with her neico.i novel method ot a lawsuit to punish ,.rc win hold about the Oregon 1W- YOU 'EEI) MONEY Mrs. Ernest Pattoa and Mr. Patton. her child. school law. That Is for tho future --- Kev. William Savago filled f his play, let But In thu interests ot fair To pay debts, or improve your regular uppolntmout at Union-Oovot DltAIXAGE 1IOXD TAX us not befog tho Issue by Baying ; land 1 can furnish it in amounts of Sunday and Sunday night. that which Is not sol tho law ; $1,000 or inuro, on smooth lund In M n ii' ltoyMuftot, et, nl., Drnlunso District. LETTED IX MAIL 2 YEAHS good state of cultivation. Long OANAti The landowners whoso lands are TO BUILD ILLINOIS term, oasy payments, low interest, Muttott Drainage bonded in tho-Ilo- y Tim nnst.nfrton ilnnartmunt return 2U2 instant sorvice. District yt Ohio County, Kentucky, Gov. Sina.ll ot Illinois has M. T. PAItKS, Hartford; Ky,, ed to thp American Credit Indonlnlty uro heroby notified that the first -- -Co., of New York, a letter whloli.was the plans for constructing a canal ot bopds issued to construct said weigh only one-ha- lt La Sallo and Lockport ana Buzzards mailed to a San Franclaco concern between with the ,)0Uj to each square foot of wing In 1890. Tho undelivered iV.ter wus dltclt, will be due on January 1, connecting the Great Lakes . ' ',p ....... ii 1923, Mississippi, The project Involves aurfnco, Tho albatross oyer throe round in amau uuuie. Persons owing assessments in tno 19,000,000 be- - poumis to a square foot ot wins sur-ldwri-- " the oxpQndlturo,of . SUES P.YUGHTEK FOIt DAMAGES district should Bee C. O. Hunter 1,000.000 already spent. fuC6i tho J County Treasurer, Hartford, Ky., at wator- ., . Gov. Small estimates that tho sf- -' h of tax due on, A New York woman recently 'filed onceiand idatypu?. of,Tos-etnt- s The duck-bille- d farmoru sovon way wJH savo Illinois Penalty will bo added an damago suit against hor Baldymiids. 150.000 a bushol on grain shipped on n'anla, has tipifl itjifs oiirt tur like peo- - animaujKK3"nnd(hn n bill of a nwu daughter for injuries received after January 1, 1933.' the canal and will save Chicago S. L. KING, plo fl a ton oh .coal. When tho canal Jrdnd,swlms.and o.atsunder wotor in an nuto accident. The dougyter Drainage CoMiukftioucr." wasr cauiioneu oy uor moiuor who ' " j is complied fleets oi oarges fatherhood; tn o! man without a i'w' H..I...J """"""""j t wolllll credit Is all due one Mr. Volstead and, It Is falr'tft ndd, that gentleman ,"'' "A W0man'8 Whrt, ,,eart h0,,,d does not rank very high In the esg hef teem ot Fluko and Hob. m glio ove th(J nclrcss A ,M I saw an article In Sunday's paper ke settlnir out that married min live m Too they can hold their hui- - longer thnri lnglc ones, but I tako It "Ives thnt the story "was Written beforo 8tomac love Is more practicable the recent opening of tho wives' war selcntlde on husbands. than domestic science." ' mn One ot the serious disappointments UOAD BOXD MEETING HELD 111JUE MOXDAY of the countryman recently removed to tho city Is tho missing of his alone about this season ot So mo of the petitioners and otli-orheld an Informal mooting at the tho year. The papers .will tell one Courthouso Monday of tho present what tho weather Is golhg to bo for prop08ed 0,ec. a day or two In advance, but that Is bondg nothing compared to having it prog Quite a number were present and nosticated for a whole year. Luckiconsiderable discussion ook place as ly, I received ono by mall, and I am to ways, means etc. The question of comforted" for another yenr. But substituting' a special 20 cent road It carries bad news for Fluke. Along tax for the bond Issue was also about his" fishing time, April and plans wore May, It Is either going to be rainy or No detlutto agreed upon. windy, .both bad conditions for angling. But there Is going to bo plenty WANTED Man to succeed K. P. of rain for a good crop, and that Is Hawlelgh Good Taylor. Itetalllng i, Itnnltli Vnrwl Prniliicfa! Snlroi. Kin worth knowing In advance. a vors, Medicines, Toilet preparations, meTAar necessities used It Is n curious tact (hat the groat lv (iitllfnnu T.nrin.f Pnmnnnw M mass of bible readers never glvo a tabllshed 34 years. Favorably known all over America. No experience thought to the time of writing or the We nuthorshlp of what they read. It Is a no capital needed. practical) teach you to manage' your own per- fair assumption that few of them manent big paying business. $2,000-?r.00- 0 know that there Is much Egyptian yearly. Wrlto for applicarefer- and Bahylonlon llteraturo still extant tion. Glvo oge, occupation, ences. W. T. RAWLEIQII CO. Dpt. that Is very many centuries older 2313 than tho most ancient scriptures. 197 F,rceport, 111. - -mnrrInlrpnhlo ,.,; "' That Is n vain boast of Fluke's A noted Parisian stage beauty now that ho and Hob Walker have no bad , t, ChlcaB0 lnlnkg that kha habits to reform at Now Year's. Tho LOVIJ i A Glimpse of Coo PI ,.,. Land of Toy X7E have given oyer to display of playtime playthings a good portion of our floor space, and there are hundreds of joy producers for the little folks. This department is for them, so bring them in and let them enjoy it. Everything in the shape of a toy is there. s, d. Is Ar-en- ii"" , I Our stock is being looked over every, day,, and. picked from. Not until you have actually visited our store and seen its wonderful array of gifts the most sensible you can buy, will you appreciate it. Take advantage of this offer, and do so early, becaua the stock is decreasing every day. y I Come At The Morning Hour And Avoid The Afternoon Rush. v antl-Cathol- lc Don't forget our big line of Furniture for Christmas. .There is nothing more useful and pleasing than a nice piece of Furniture in the home. tJ4 t, , ro Also, we have a big line of Ladies' Hats, that are remarkable in style, quality and price. Nothing like these have 'I ever been shown here before. ar -- Our Ladies' and Gent's Furnishing partments are complete in every respect. De- "Un-Americ- one-thir- COOPER BROTHERS Beaver Dam, Ky. aI f Have You Seen the 1923 Model - e Ford Roadster? We have one on Ai so-rl- display at our garage . .. - ;: . es BEAVER DAM AUTO CO. Beaver Dam, Ky. pay-amou- nt m M !g!Jr ,, , T -- 1 -