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RUNAWAY OWENHBORO I
YOUTHS VISIT lIlRTFORlt
NEW. YORK IN FIRST PLACE
THUKE MONTHS ...
EINULU COPY .05'
R:jr Carter, are 11, ana Albert
Spcton, age 14, of Owrnnloro, rrl-(
cd In Hartford, bu.iday night, wltV
the announced lm'i,:i ttt tltltinff
Messrs. Jamea Gillespie and Henry,
Nail, with whom thejr had a casual
acquaintance. Howerer, these gen
tlemen were unable to persuade tho j
youngsters to come to their homes,
tlU'jr preferring to put up at the '
American Metropolis Has I Crowded
Out London aa tho Largest City
In tho World.
New York has surpnssed London In
population, actonlliitf to the New
York city cpii.us committee, If the
lime radltm of territory la Included
within the New Tork rlty limits aa la
calculated In the London figures. In a
statement Ixsneil by Dr. IVulter La 1(1
low, executive neerptury, figures show
that within a raiUim of nineteen miles
All puliiicul aiivcrtiiiing, cash in ad
Farmers Mutual 73,
Cumberland Long Distance;
Cards of Thanks, Resolutions otj
Respect, Obituaries and Obituary j
Poetry, 1 cent per word. Headlines
and signatures 6 cents each.
Notices of Cliiircli Services Free
The i rente I- London suburban nrea,
Irregular In outline, extends as fur In
I some direct Ions hs nineteen miles
I from Chnring Cross," says Dr. Laid-
law, "It ncoiiih proper, therefore, to
Include In comparing (.renter London
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 22, 1922
OX XOItMAL SCHOOL
will he used for scientific excavation
in the ancient I'lieblo Ilonllo, In Cliuco
canyon, by lr. Neil M. .Tudd. curator
nf American archeology of the Smith
Doctor Judd left Washington tocon-
j duct thin work under the auspices of
Frankfort. Ky Nov. 20. Thu ",e Ntlonnl Oeograpliic society, lie
., ... . c . . thinks Ills work may result In connect-
meeting of tho Normal bihool Com-. , , , , . . . ., ,,
, , 1 Ing the period In which these Pueblo
miiou ended in a deadlock here to-, mlanj, ,VP(j w,tll ;,,.,., ,,.
day over tho location of the Eastern jn British Honduras, of whom there
Kentucky Normal, the final vote! Is record as far back as fl." P.. C.
manuiiiK luiir lur itiuitiiutu uiiu iuui j
for Pulntaville. Eighteen ballots ,
were taken before the commissioners t
adjourned to meet again next Sat-,
u:day in Lexington.
Steam Shovel Disturb Indians' Sleep.
The tiiuiiibers of prehistoric Indians
buried In the Southwest before the
time of Christ will be rudely disturbed
this summer by the raucous growl of
.1.. ..... i . i - i
lui'urru 7irniii Bin, : .(Jn
SHf-diimpinK cars, 'racknge, derricks .' h ,, ,,
up-to-dute puruphernulltt . Tlll. ril,,lln, ,.,.,, Tl,tf.,livi s..
ten island; part of Westchester and
i Nassau counties, and the part of New
Jersey that Include Newark, Jersey
City and other large population cen-
Forage Crop Pays.
As a result of systematized regula
tion by the United States forest
service, the foruge crop of the national
! forests is im illuming an annual In-
The vote showed Commissioners j ,.OMie to the federal treasury of close
She-man Good paster, Frankfort; E. ' to ,$::,."XUMM), says the American For
V. Semi, Jit. Sterling; Thomas A.; estry magazine. By a system of range
,,11,11 tiwtnl a nn or which nominal L'I'mz.
ing fees lire charged, the forest scr-
vi,,p tins limuilit the national forest
tho new school, and ,,,,,. rut.tiui ua profitable
Coininhibimuiis J. L. liariiion. Bowl- administration.
ing Green; W. S. Wallen, rrtston-j -mm
burg; Arthur Peter, Louisville, and , "One more unfortunate crossing the
Alex G. Barret, Lotiisvilee, firm in, track,
their stand for Paintsville. This is ( Raahly importunate, failed to look
tho way the vote stood when the back;
commission adjourned in a deadlock , -Man in an auto taking a flop,
early in September. I Teaches tho motto, 'Slow down and
AlrWalleu resigned as Secretary j stop.'"
ol ilio ci,mr.i:s.UGU ul tJduy 3 meet
fers inrmediiitelv adjacent to New
The population of Greater London
on June 10. was 7,47(1,108, while
that of "Largest New Y'ork," Includ
ing the outlying districts, on January
1. IfKJO, was WaMiTO. London In
creased in the thirty years between
1S!)1 und 19-0, 1.844.3(12 poisons, while
Lnrgest New York increased, between
1900 und 1010, 1,S79,54(j persons.
Combj, Lexington, und Ed C. O'Hear,
Frankfort, holding out for Morehead ,
us the ito of
! Mrs. V. W. Lloyd, of New Buy-
mus vicinity, is the guest of her
sister, Mrs. It. R. Wedding, nnd
I Judge Wedding, and other Hartford
i relatives, this week.
ing and Mr. Scuff was named secre
tary and treasurer of the body.
At the beginning of the voting to
day the ccmmi.sMoiiora were told to
vols tor u'.iy town they desired, the
previous deadlock over Morehead j laOOaO0i5Je-
uuu i'uuubvuie ueuiK uibrcftarueu.
Traces of Old Civilization.
Five miles from Durtford, England,
on the old Dover road the modern
roud-makers are making great dis
coveries. Just nhead of them Is a
Itomtin camp. Under their feet ure
traces of Celtic, even earlier, civiliza
tion. The biggest find so fur has been
the skeleton of a womun, six feet
three Inches In height, crouched with
hands clasped In u-praying attitude.
Clearly not a Roman burial, for the
pose Is Celtic nnd there was no trace
of a coffin. The skeleton lay where
the body was placed, la a hole cut
In the solid chalk.
The road makers are keeping care
ful watch for more of these "finds."
Already they have accumulated por
tions of a Roman tesselated pavement,
some characteristic ornaments of the
period, ond other signs that the area
covered by the ctuup Is being approached.
In the early builotiug West Liberty,
received three votes. It then was
eliminated and the voting centered .
en .Morehead and Painliiville, each
MUvvsiOiivu ballots showing the .four j JgJ
to rcur lineup. After eighteen bal-;
lots (haii man C'Rear reported that
the commission was hopelessly dead
locked and called another meeting
for Aovtmber 25 at Lexiugton.
RL I'll E.N C. STEWART SUCCUMBS
2 II anil will lie greatly nusaeu uy
tin einire com ii'.iiniy. Among sui'-1 p
v.vi.'i n.Liali'rs of hi:; family ure,:f
Reuben C. Stewart, a prominent
farmer of the, Cromwell vicinity, died
Sunday at the Western Kentucky
Stale Hospital, where for several
wicks he had been under treatment
for a mental derangement due to a
severe uttiiok of kidney trouble. Ho
was about 55 years of ag;.
The Oue; asi a wa.i a spieuuiu cut-1
; Mrs.. Dor-
Uii Will , S:. d. llh
.'.Ir.lin, Yci'i'o liuue
r s Ala nin, l.'nam. . ,1 ;
Martin, Borah's Ferry;
Cie, Huby und Opal, Cromwell; two(
tsuils. Cover t.tewurt, Jjeave
und Wiili-.in S'le'.v.irt, L'romw
broihcf, Klinore Stewart, Gilstrap.
The body was laid to r.st at 2 p.
m. Tuesday lu Grei n River cemetery
after funeral r.ervicca at tho church.
The bereaved ones have the sym
pathy of a wide circle of friends.
'S I I 1
ItKt OVERS STOLEN AI TO '
Rev. 11. 11. Morris, of Renfrew,
passed throurh Hartford, Sunday,
t ur Hue huidu v. r.h his automobile,
which was recently stolen und which
In: rceutcrid in Opcdyko, 111. The
ti.lev. s had (Xi-iiaued curs . with a
clt Z"ii of the Illinois town, receiv
lug $75 in addition to tho cur. Rev.
M rrls, lucompci'led by ie:i:rs. An
dy Alford. I'aie Iiotkiifi and Gran
ville Morris, and untied with a certi
ficate from County Clerk Guy Run
ney, to dentify him as tho owner of
tho cur, wtut to Opedyko and ex
perienced no dililiuity lu obtaining
the stolen property.
WarrauU have been Issued for the
arrest of Leslie Smith and Henry
He.ifrow, of Cromwell, who are ac
cused of tho theft. It Is reported
that they bavo returned to Crom
well, but have not been apprehended.
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ell; one - -
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to Hfle.;t from. Tht'ie'B cvt rything you need in these 1
(ioatb style, fin.' fubriifc, iicrfett tailoring. Ye be-
i lievo in close Belling
are so big.
that's another reason the' values
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