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THE INAUGURATION Subscription $1 .50 per Year JSo. 23 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1919, k mlddlo of next February It should bo days. Funeral services wore conCIRCUIT COURT UNION LEADERS ARE possible to purchase sugar compara DIG INDUSTRIAL ducted hy Ituv. It. I). Donnott, at tlvoly freely, but Indications nro that Hculah church, Friday aftornoon nt OVER YESTERDAY It will bo necessary to cxcrclso some FACING JAIL TERMS SHUTDOWN EXPECTED 2 o'clock, hurlal at Ileulah cemetery. STAGE BEING SET control of tho distribution nnd salo of Mrs. Webb wa3 seventy years, sugar throughout tho year if n repecIbIU months nnd twenty days old. Sho was tho wifo of tho Into T. A. Warrants Are Sworn Out Much Business Disposed Of tition of this year's acuto shortago Is Factories Will Be Allowed to bo nvolded. who preceded hor In death Frankfort Arranging Details Webb, years ago. Sho Is survived by Eighty-fou- r With Time To Mine Tho total consumption of sugar In For To Run Until The Coal mnny For Notable Event tho United States this year up to Nov. tho following children: Miss Mabel Spare Chiefs. Stocks Exhausted. 1st was 3,528,000 long tons, against Webb, of Illinois; Misses ,Clara and Next Tuesday. 2,885,000 for the samo period in Ethel Webb, of Hopkinsvlllo; Mrs 191S, an incrcaso of G43.000 long Henry Her, of Montana; Claud Webb, Tho November term of tho Ohio tons. Washington, Dec. 3 War-tim- o Special United States District Atre- -, Iohn Wcllb ot Cham Akron' ollIoS strictlons on the consumption of coal torney, Indianapolis, Frankfort. Ky., Dec nFrnnkfort tl files chargci Circuit Court was brought to a closo G Tho exports for October were paign, Illinois nnd unyucn weuu, 01 against eighty-fou- r minors' union yesterday at noon, with two and one-hand Franklin county, iirolmbly tho Hlchlon, Miss. long tons against 29,537 long we're ordored Into effect Monday for dnys ot tho allotted time not us- tho samo month In 1918. Tho tho period of tho present strike-chiefs for criminal contempt of court nomocracy In ' inoxt stalwart In tlicir nnd conspiracy to keep the strike in ed by tho Court, although a considreported shipments to tho emergency. l)' tho l.iBt two I. I'. RAHXAHD DISPOSES th" Stnto. Judging Fuel Administrator Garflold, acting-iOK ItlOAVKK DAM HANK STOCK forco in spite of Judge Anderson's erable volume of business was finally Royal Commission ot 51,335 long Statu elections, ns iiHtinl have laid disposed of. conjunction injunction. with tho Railroad tons last mouth. This sugar, how- Tho following cases were disposed over, was contracted for tho Hoyal Administration, nnnounced that only ah partisanship in anticipation of All minors who know of tho Injunc-io- n, 1. P. llarnard, of Louisville, reputtho unions strike cancellation or- of since last Thursday: ktlm Inauguration December 0. Commission early this year, and was me ministries included in tho first ed to bo ono of tho heaviest holders I. P. Uarnard vs J. 11. Wcsterflold, of stock In the Heaver Dam Deposit der, and who rufu.io to work, are not drawn from the American re five classes of tho priority list esitomocrntH and Republicans, withN. Lan-ha- serves. tho tablished during tho war would bo out distinction, nro working on plans Hank, nnd who wns Instrumental in llablo to prosecution, the Government verdict for $ N. defendant; J. vs L. R. II. Company, two furnished coal and that public utilivisitors) and arrange- tho organization of tho bank nnd holds. to entertain tho ties would be asked to discontinue Southeast Kentucky operators be- cases, result In each, hung jury; J. H1G HUSH IX LOCAL ments and details. Tho crowd from llkewlsu president since Its organizaW. Smith vs L. & N. R. II. Co., hung TOBACCO DELIVERIES furnishing power, heat and light to ho tion, has disposed of lib) holdings an 1 lieve the walkout soon will end. out of town for the most part will industries. Rail men assist striking miners in Jury; Commonwealth of Ky., V3 Jake HopuhllcanH, hut to Frankfort It Is a severed his connection with tho InTho industries to which coal will d Kansas mines, refus- Dowon, fined $50.00 and ten days in Tho Burns Tobacco House at thls comstitution. new Governor nnd a new local Jail; Commonwealth of Ky., vs J. P. placo has had nn Immense rush in bo furnished will bo railroads, coastMr. llarnard is retiring from bus!- - ing to haul "volunteers." mittee In rhnrge, and that committee Operators meeting, In Washington Paytou, default judgment, fined $50.-0- 0 deliveries of tno wood dur'ng thlfc wise and inland shipping, army and care and dui'es, having been con has only oao Idea and that Is to show jicss and ten days In jail; Common- week. Wagons havo been lined up navy and other Government departsume fonnor communities that they tlnuously active since early life, and agree to .submit a wage offer slightprobably tho most successful financier ly better than a 14 per cent Increase, wealth vs Herman Addington, con- for tho distance of a block, two, three ments. State and county departoverlooked several things to mnko Will and four deep since early Monday up ments, and institutions; public utilitinued; Commonwealth vs who evor went forth from Ohio coun for Garfield's approval today. tho event notable. Daugherty, verdict for Defendant; to noon yesterday, when conditions ties, Including nowspapers, and ll (ho ty's sons. It Is evident this early that Agents of IT. S. Lo.sc I'nt.'cncc. Commonwealth vs W. C. Dauglierty, begun to ease up a bit. dealers supplying household conNot nipny hanks In Kentucky arc will excel In tho ono ImIndianapolis, Dec. 3. Tho United pounds sumers. 250,000 Approximately portant feature dear to tho heart of stroPH'T than tiu-- Weaver Dam Dopos-l- t States Government today again in- verdict for Defendant; Dennis Ashley vs Lydia Daniel et nl., verdict for De- havo been delivered this week and State and local authorities. Dr. Hn-- k In tact we kaow oi none In brass bands. capital city residents carrying n larger per- voked powers of Federal Courts In an fendants; , Commonwealth jot Ky., V3 farmers have beon well satisfied with Garfield said, will bo asked to coThere are going to bo moro bands rural tactions effort to end the strike of 400,000 Jake Row-enjudgment set aside and weights, deliveries and prices gen- operate, though the rationing ot coal than ever before. Frankfort people centage of surplus, which Is ore of the coun- now trial granted; J. C. Kirchorfcr erally. We could not obtain anything will he dgno through the regional coal adds strength to a banking bituminous coal miners they that know from experlenco that try. vs A. D. Park et nl., judgment for de- like a general average of prices paid, committees set up by the Railroad. can't have too many bands In a pa- institution. charging criminal fendants; Omn Leo Tumor vs Mary owing to tho largo amount received Administration. Information rade, and numerous marching organicontempt of court was filed in United Heavrin, motion for now trial overRailroad Administration officials and lack of tlmo to make comparizations have reported they are com- ADVOCATES .JA.Z TO conceded that tho nppllcntlon ot tho SOLVE CJJHIi PROBLEM States District Court hero against ruled; E. P. Bock vs Carl K. Dres- sons. ing with their own music eighty four International and dis- ser et al, judgment for plaintiff. A order would mean an industrial shutOne reason for this is that tho down of considerablo magnitudo, but ANXA KATHEIUXE MILLIGAX. Hoston, Dec. 1 Jazz In church? trict officers of the United Mine number of other actions, such as diwas campaign on tho Republican side declined to undcrtako a definite esremarkably well organized. Morrow Miss Mary B. Drlscoll, Now England Workers of America named In tho vorce cases wero passed upon, by tho Immediately Court but Judgments were deforred. Industrial establishments Anna Kntherinc, three year old timate. up all ovor the State, chief of the women's section of the court InJuncMoii wued clubs sprang after tho strike was called, and Tho following indictments wefo re- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mll- - operating from their own power and tho members, enthusiastic ovor United States Interdepartmental Socapiases requiring their appearand turned by the Grand Jury at the term ligan, of East Nocreek, died Tuesday plants, it wns said, probably would tho victory, are coming ns clubs. This cial Hygleno Hoard formerly connectto answer the charges wcro Issued of court just adjourned, tho Grand morning nt 4 o'clock, after nn illness havo to stop when their present coal e flavor, and to give It ed with tho Lancaster School for has an illegcd that all of Jury having completed its work ( cast, ninny Girls, who knows well tho whys and late today. It Is of about ,a wcok. Tho remains wore supply became exhausted. a still moro reminiscent the" officers havo conspired to ksop Tuesday evening: deIndustries operating on power supburled at Mt. Carmel, nenr Uuford, of the clubs are adopting some dis- wlierofores of tho wayward girl, in fo're and thus have Urey Jones, deserting infant child; Wodnesday, after funeral services, plied by public utility companies may tinctive Insignia. They will carry clares that the church is falling down the strike violated terms of tho injunction. continue operation unless tho manElbert 'Murphy, breaking Into ware- conducted by Rev. Simon. c.ines or odd hats or parasols nnd lh ono of tho biggest problems of tho Acting President, John L. LoWs, house; L. & N. it. R. Co, falling to agement ot tho public utility compa novelties to day. banners nnd Introduce William Greon, provide suitable waiting room; Er- - CEXTEXARY GROUP MEETING nies supplying tliom and tho local "Delinquency Is on tho Increase," Secretary-Treasurattract attention. The Louisville delfood and AT BEAVER DAM DEC. 10TII nuinoruics ruio mat mey are nonsays Miss Drlscoll. "Tho young girls Percy Tctlow, statistician, and ElUs ncst Cassidy, obtaining egation will bring an elephant. essential. For tho present tho RailTho absence of Stnte militia Is and boys go to movies houses and Searles, editor of tho United Mine lodging with intent to defraud; Uroy A centenary conservation group road Administration will not'atorapt compensated for by a detachment of dance halls becauso Micro's more fun Workors Journal, the only officials of Simpson, Will Daugherty,! Hud Rock, Indianapolis, wero and L. L. Embrey, breach of peace; meeting will bo held In Beaver Dam to lay down a rule ns to what Is nu infantry and artillery from tho first there. If the church provided good, the organization In I General live entertainment, with lots of snap- notified of tho action nnd agreed to Cliff Hurden, deserting infant child; Methodist church Dec. 10, 1919, be- essential Industry. Division, tho commanding j Gnrfkid'h Stntt'mcitt. regimental commanders and massed py music and tho latest songs, then report in court tomorrow to furnish Raymond Vance, seduction under ginning nt 10 a. m. Thero will bo by Federal promise of marrlago; Sanders Iluskl-solunch at the church for all who at"It U noccssary that coal shall be colors of tho' eight regiments, tho the young people would bo kept out boiid, fixed at $10,000 Judg" A. II. Anderson. assault nml battery; George, tend. used only for essential purposes," University of Kentucky cadets, and of place of temptation." o Hazellp and Wade Rumer", dwelling-hous- o the American Legion In uniforms. IteV. L. K. May tho presiding elder" said Dr. Garfield's statement, ox'- McDOUGALIi-lGLEHEAbroaklngj'Mary Heavrin, shoot- of tho District, will preside. This contingent will add two bands plaining tho Government's action. SQUIRE.DAUGHERTY ing at without wounding with intont to tho array, a regimental band unci Rev. J. B. 'Adams, Conference Mis "Public utilities consuming coal to kill; Bazel Lawrence and Agnes sionary Secrotary will bo present. Announcement has been received tho cadet band. should discontinue to furnish power, FOUND NOT GUILTY Taylor, nuisance; B. J. Shields, InThe parade, of courso. Is tho big; here, of tho marrlago of Mr. Royco IndusHartford, Dundee, Fordsvillo, Cen- - heat and light to o juring property of another without tertown and Beaver Dam composed tries nnd should only consume suffi feature, as tho ball is the Iglehcnrt to Miss Gladys Lillian Mc foloneous intont, "vent at night, and Maj. Jackson Mor- Dougall, of Detroit, Mlchignn. Tin this group. Pastors, Stewards, Sun- cient coal to produce enough light, ris, grand marshal, is anxious to got marriage was solemnized In Dallas, day school Superintendents, lay lead- power and heat to meet tho actual caso of tho Commonwealth CHRISTMAS HOMIlS In tho in Immediate touch with every organ- Texas, whero tho bride, with her ers, minute men, Epworth League urgent needs ot tho people. AdverAVAItNEI) OK IX X. Y. ization coming, so that he can have mother, had gone to spend tho winter. of Kentucky, vs W. C. Daugherty, on Presldonts and Presidents ot Wo tising signs and displays of various a chargo of detaining a woman unbis parade lineup com plot o in udvnnco Mr. Iglehcart has a position with an man's Missionary Societies aro urged kinds noccssJating the use of coal lawfully etc., which nction was tried Now York Dec. 1 Now York's! to attend. to prevent hitches that morning. The Oil Company opcrntlng in .Desde-monlshould be curtailed and no coal Tex., whero he, with his in Circuit Court this week, tho ver prominent citizens wore parade will form near the railroad officially should bo distributed for such purE. S. MOORE, Pastor. dict of tho Jury was, not guilty. station, march south 'on Ann street bride, is now residing. warned by tho district attorney' of v poses. The caso attracted qulto a bit ot fice against the'posslblllty to MnlnXtroct, west on Main street to 3.6 UIS V1L LE MAI UCETS. of bomu- "Pursuant to this policy I. havo re nttention, owing to tho fact that tho boaiiug Christmas packages. Washington street, south on" Wash- HURL1XGTOX CITIZEN'S Act quested tho Railroad Administration of the ing on advices received recently BUY WATER KOI I BOOZE defendant was a member ington street to Wapplng street, east from Cattle Lees nctlvlty wns noted oil In the distribution of coal now or board of magistrates, representing tho Philadelphia police on Wnpplng street to St. Clair street that radical tho mcdlocjo kinds and It was hard hereafter in its possession to limit 1 Burlington Vt., Dec. Hun- - tho Rosino district In tho Ohio County plans had been discovered for repeti- to Interest buyers in this class over tho brldgo and up Capitol nve- ot distribution to theso essential and nue to tho front entrance of tho Capl - jdreds of citizens aro In a quandayy Fiscal Court. Tho caBo has beon in tion on a wholesale scalo during the stock. Good outlot continues for tho urgent uses. As far as praeticablo tol There on tho first torraco of tho I not knowing whether to laugh or get court for soino tlmo and wns hard holidays of tho bomb mailing plot ot host handy-weigbutchers at steady until tho conditions warrant U chango fought, additional counsel having Capitol stops tho stand will bo oroct- - mad. Thoy havo on their hands last May Day, ,tho district attornoy rates. Medium and common kinds tho distribution of coal will bo limitof bottles marked bonded Ca- - boon employed to assist tho Common- advises caution In handling nil par-co- ls slow. Medium holfers and cows es- ed to tho ed and from that, facing Caplol first flvo classes ot tho nuo,, Gov-cleMorrow will deliver nadlan Club whisky, nnd upon test-lu- g wealth and County Attorneys In pros received between now and Now pecially slow. priority list. the contents of tho bottles havo ecuting tho case. Tho Jury trying tho Year's Day. his Inaugural address. Quotations: Prime heavy steers "Retail dealers who distribute coal found nothing moro exhilarating than caso was out less than ten minutes. Tho citizens wcro advised to car Hall In Capitol. 12.50 14; heavy shipping steers for household requirements, heating showing, that in their mluds accord-lu- g ry nil suspicious looking bundles ro- - U1.B0 12.50; medium steers $10.50 hotels, buildings, Tho ball will bo held in the Capitol. plain water. Water at $8 n quart hospitals, etc., to tho testimony Introduced, there colvcd by mall, express Is a luxury, but that is what tho perIs whero Gov. Stanley's Inaugu11.50; light steers $9.50010.50; should take every precaution td see That "or otherwas Uttlo If any doubt as to tho in- wise" to tho tiro dopartment'8 bureau fat heifers $8012; fat cows $8 011; that coal is delivered only whero It is ral ball was held and tho occasion sons who bought whisky from the nocence of tho accused. of combustibles or tho pollco depart- medium cows $G.25p8; cutters $5.25 absolutely required and then only la was so delightful and tho sceno so bootleggers havo paid. It was found ment's bomb squad for examination. if? 6.25; canners $505.25; feeders such limited quantities that the supboautiful that the commltteo In after investigation that by means ot chnrgo was of ono mind on the sub- koiiio instrument tho bottom ot tho MRS. McCHACKEX ENTERTAINS. Tho May Day outrages woro cited as $911.50; $7010.25;' ply may bo distributed widely nnd stockers "oxnmplcs of tho extent to which chotco milch cows $1000125; me- prevent suffering. ject. It is probable, though, that tho bottlo was removed, tho whisky pour Mrs. Morris L. McCrncken enter- desperate-minde- d recoptlon lino will not stand in the ed out and wuter substituted. Tho radicals will go In dium $75 0100; common $55075. The State and other local authoriCalves Market stonily. Best veals ties enn materially aid In Inspecting statu reception room. Tho Stnto of- - glass was then reflxed and tho con- tained Saturday," in her charming order to inflict punishment upon tho owners' ns bonded way, soma of thoso who worked so representatives of law and ordor, $15.5O01G; flcors-olemedium with their wives receive tents .sold to tho $8011.50; and supervising such distribution by during tho evening of tho ball, but Canadian Club whisky. There is but dllligontly in tho recent campaign for whoso duty It has beon to suppress common $5 07. rotull dealers nnd the United States Hogs PrlceM steady on all Government will be glad to Icavo tho the thousands Intent on greeting ono consolation. Cider Is still selling tho Salvation Army, Homo servlco tho advocates of "direct nction." fund. weights. Best hogs, 1G5 lbs up supervision and control of such dls- membors of tho now administration nt 35c a gallon. A luncheon consisting SUGAR SHORTAGE TO years ago jammed tho corridor $13.90; 120 to 1G5 lbs $13.50; pigs trlbutlon by retail dealers entirely to four ot salads and cake wus served to tho COXT1NUE VOIt YEAH 120 tbu down $12.50; In front of, tho ono door leading Into MARRIAGE LICENSE throwouts, nny Stnte, county or municipality ' RECENTLY ISSUKI) following guests: $12.40 down. tho room for hours before they could which may mnko provision therefor. Mary Misses Myrtlo Lashbrook, New York, N. Y., Dec. 1 Tho Sheep and Lambs Demand good, The distribution to the retail doalers percolate through, pass down tho lino C. II. Duko, R. 0, Hartford, to Vera Warren Collins, Carolina sugar famine predicted last Septum- - with vnluos unchanged. Martha Best sheep must necessarily bo administered by In slnglo fllo and wrlgglo through anPnte, Amelia Darnott, Amolln Plrtle. hor is hore. It will continue with $G; bucks $4 down; choice Iambs tho Railroad Administration in purother series ot doors, leading via n Carbon. K. 2. Hartford. McDowell A. Foglo nnd Dick' crcnslng sovority until well townrd $12; seconds $708. Mack Hall, McHonry, to Ednn Hall, ' storeroom Into tho executive--' offices suance oftho orders already mnde by Williamson, city nnd Miss Grnco B tho end of January. Fordsvillo. Produce. .and thenco back to the corridor. tho United States Fuel Administra' Egbort Cambrou, R. 6, Hartford, Green, ot Loulsvlllo and Lleutennnt Tho dny of eheiv sugar Is drawhg Local produco dealers quote buying tion in carrying out tho priorities It may bo tho lino will stand In T. Denuison, of tho First Army, sta nenr to nn end and tho dav of plenti- prices ns follows (net to shippers, tln which havo been prescribed under tho tho rutundu by tho Lincoln statue. At to Ellen Grcor, R. 6, Hartford. to tioned at Camp Taylor, but whoso, ful BUgar is alren-lJohn Uorryman, McHonry, past. Sugjr will shipper paying freight and drayago Lover Act." events, profiting by experience, tho all homo Is in California. continue to bo scarce nil through charges) : lino will ho stationed where tho crowd Amanda Ilrooks, McHonry. Granvlllo Daughorty, Cromwell, to noxt yeur, nnd the price will ndvnnco YOUNG Eggs Cnndled 65066c. HltATCHBR. can convcuiontly reach it iud as conGortlo Cook, Croniwoll. sovoral cents' n pound. Thure is no CARD OK THANKS. away. Butter Country, 42043c. veniently Hobart M. Downey, Ycnman, to Anderson Hratchor and Virgin, restoration of norma' sntpr ciukii-tlon- s Poultry Hens, 20 022c lb.; lnrgo Jesslo Nowcomb, It. 5, Hurttord. In tho Uni-.rDEATH OK MRS. W'liD. in Wo wish to thank our friends and States ber spring chickens 20021c lb.; small Young, young people of Horse J. T. Turner, Simmons, to Porllna neighbors for their kind assistance fore 192! spring chickens 25028c lb.; roosters Branch, came to town Wednesday This does not mean, however, that, 12013c lb.; ducks 22025c lb.; tur morning, procured marriage Ilcenso MrB. Pulostlne Webb died nt hor Splnks, Simmons. during tho Illness of our little (laugh-tcr- , Anderson llratcbcr, Homo Branch, the present famine conditions will keys 30031c lb.; geese 19022c lb. and were married In tho County Annie Laura. homo near AlexandraThursday night, Judgo's office by Judge Mack Cook. contlnuo throughout next year. By the MR. AND MRS. ALEX RIAL. Rabbits $3.25 03.75 dozen. of pneumonia, after an Illness of flvo to Vlrglo Young, Horso Branch. 57,-77lf m al State-oporatcI re-tafo-turo old-tim; er n, HT. non-essentday-tlma, 1ht ct i two-cour- se iilt ' sht fltlW ,r. - . ,. i mjw H. w ajri ,r t Hi hi i"" 'H ' ' f , - ' inffx'lwwi'WiPTrw 'wif les' library was woll stocked with conNewborry, tho senator's structive American literature Those iYtn nrliimfir n a nnllt'n tr t.nl It of the Angeles children who attended SHOOTS ANGELES school In F.I Paso played bnoolmll and (ITilcRu inUiu 1 t!i a,ul election campaigns and, nccord- ' Ing to a statomont tiled nftor the olec- other American games. Mrs. Angel es, during the activities of her hustlon by tho Newborry managers, con- band across the border, was said to trtbuted $99,900 to tho exopnsos Charged With Fraud In paui n. King was one of the gon- - Perfcctor Of French .75 Was receive frequent messages from th6 general and manifest great Interst Firm Friend Of United Campaign Which Defeat- oral managersiof the campaign, and In tho list of 'overt acts' accompany In his welfare and that of bis cause. States. ed Henry Ford. -- c ing the indictments he was named seven timos. He is charged with Clinmhcrlitiu' TdlilrtN. having hired Roman F. Glochoskl and Theo tablets arn Intended es f Kolla E. Proscott, Detroit, at salaries General Fellpo Angles, Mexican, pecially for indigestion and constipaGrand Itnplds. Mich., Nov. 29 Truman H. Newberry, United Statosjof ?150 a month each to work in tho revolutionary leader and cnomy of tion. They tone up the stomach and senator from .Michigan, wns indicted 'campaign; with giving A. K. Moore, tho Carranza government, declared a enable It to perform Its functions na100; with having hired patriot by his followers and friends, turally. They act gently on the liver by a United States grand Jury today of Detroit, for corruption, fraud and conspiracy KImer O. Maclane, of Detroit, at ?200 wns executed as a traitor to tho nnd bowels, to n healthy condition. in connection with tho election by! a month for four months campaign Mexican government by a firing squad When you feel dull, stupid and conwhich ho obtained bis seat in the work; with having given Charlcsjat Chihuahua, City, Mexico, at G:35 stipated give them .1 trial. You aro Senate, defeating HcnryV Ford, his 'Tufts, of Detroit, $400; with having a. m., Nov. 2G. Ho had never recog- - certain to bo pleased with their efhired Terry T. Corliss at a salary of nlzed the present government as fect. m Democratlc opponent.' With Newberry, 13.1 other persons $"G a weok for five months and with rightfully representing Mexico, t flypjfastbv-- v wore Indicted by the-- grand Jury on having employed Thomas Phillips at j The specific charge against iVngcles HKUMITS ANNUAL HATH the same charge. The names of all a weekly salary of ?100 to write was rebellion. He' was fouud guilty v&vifi but twelve most prominent were with- -' newspaper articles and ndvertisc-hel- d by four Carranza generals sitting ns John May. aged hermit, who lives court-martiat Chihuahua City at In a dilapidated shack in the river from publication by Judge Clar- - ments. Ka King was manager of Senator 10:45 o'clock last night at a session b ;.: i of Dallas. Tex., has been givonce W. Sessions, presiding, until Just let mother call, "Uiscuits for Townsend's campaign and later was that had lasted almost continually en h.- - annual haircut, shave nnd warrants could be served on them. Ureakfnst!" We're sine Uierc's a Among those named were; W. A. made receiver for the Fere Marquette ; for approximately thirty-nin- e hours bath. The police did the toniorlal ' treat that can't be beat in store Angeles throughout the 'world was act and also ndmlnltered the criib-blnHopkins, of St. Clnlr. Mich., assistant Ballroads wfft -for us light, tender biscuits known as a military genius. He was socrotary of the United States Senate; It took several of tin cups to 'tbe reputed friend of Amorlcans and do It, for John Is a strong man and HOW'S XhlS? toasly brown and all pulled up John S. Newberry, brother of the senator, Detroit, and Paul H. King, of VTe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward during his trial lauded this country put up a determined struggle thru- with goodness 1 1'or mother is sure for any Detroit. King was manager of the cureil by cote of Catarrh that cannot be and Its citizens. He was the man who out tho performifnee. He went to the of her baking powder Calumet. Hail's Ca'arrh Medicine. Nowberry campaign committee. Kail's Catarrh Mcd'une lias been taken brought the Fronch 75 millimeter gun police station with grlxzly hair and She never disappoints us because hy catarrh iturforers for the past thirty-fiv- e to the perfection 1l that gave It fame as beard which reached almost to his The others named were Allan K. years, and has becomo known as tho Templeton, of Detroit, president of most rellnble remedy for Catarrh. Hall's the world's most efficient piece of ar- waist. He camo nway with a smooth . ii Catarrh MedMnp acts thru the DIood on tillery. id For his work for France, ho face and head and Mucjllng like d tho Newberry campaign committee; the Mucous surfaces, expnlUn? the PoipUINCPCAV03, BAK!3G POVtDER Fredorlck Smith, Detroit, manager of son from the Blood and heallns the dis- was made a Chevalier of the French tollot water. eased portions. .the Newberry estate; Charles A. After yoti have taken Hall's Catarrh Legion of Honor. John makes his living by mending never disappoints tier NaTuifirRTiirTSUSt-- l Wits in Kmplny of I'miuv. Floyd, Detroit; Mart P. McKee, De- Mnllrlne for a. short lime you will ten a tinware and bis customers did not nv Kk rTMLiZLIlI lilt tletiendable. Results urent improvement in your cenera. i Angeles came otit of Mexico in recognize him whon ho came around troit; Judd Yelland, Bscanaba, Mich.; lu.'.lth. Start tafcins Itji:- - Cntarrh Mcdl- ' 191G ckvuys the same the best. n-- jand bought a dairy farm near the next day. :. ; r' I cf i.itarrh. SenO Milton Oakman, Detroit, formerly it on sl El Pasco. Later he went to work for county clerk of Wayne County, and r' V'iKNnv1!"'--- . Try it. "It's not my fault, lady." said John C'.i.o. t olU by e" r- the French government inspecting as one of tho woman failed to ri'co,- -' Harry O. Turner, Detroit only such ingreCalumet contains x1 munitions. . Judge Sessions indicated that the nize him. "Them loafing cop.--, are dients ns lmvu l)ccn approved oftl-- ci FISH TAILS 1'OK HATH. Five days after the world war end- - what did It." evidence before the grand jury disilly by the U.S. Food Authorities. ' ed with the signing of the armistice. closed the fraudulent expenditure of John got hfs first haircut, shavi You Save When You Buy The United States Fisheries Bureau Angeles returned to Mexico as the between $500,000 and $1,000,000 In and bath in twenty years last year ' You Save When You Use It. anxious to make fish tails fashion- - tellectual lender of the Villa election. connection with the when the policeman ran hfm ,ln and , It urges that some fish tails ment. It was said Villa promised QUAltTY Two Blanket JWIN Itcturiieil. trimmed him up very handsome, and that, supple- - rages against foreigners and natives AWARDS Two blanket indictments were re ee turned, dealing with the primary and mented with fins, they would furnish .would be stopped if Angeles Joined Your Money Hurl; If p 9 Doc -- , J.K35 election campaigns of 191$ in which most attractive ornaments for worn-- , him. Villa proclaimed Angeles Not Conn: F To Claims. Ford was Senator Newberry's en's hats. With an incidental trim- -' visional president of Mexico, P is absolutely guaranntTRAiiuz-Dfrfr- t) s& E mInS of the beautiful and delicate Angeles had ,been quoted as 'say- - teed chief opponent. U Mil r.its and mice. Cremate ,v -, water-wee- d recently discovered in ex- ing he believed a day of accounting them. Kodents killed with UAT ' The first indictment charged that both federal nnd state laws were vlo- - tensive beds on the bottom of the between the United States ami Mexico SNAP- leave no smell. Hats pass up lated in that sums far in excess of j Chesapeake, they might both fins had been postponed by tho great war all food to get at Their legitimate expenses were used in the and weed being dried and suitably I'and that he wished to save his people first meal- Is their last. P , from .his by "calling the people to campaign. The second indictment dyed lend amarine effect, extreme-comes in cakes. Xn mixing. Cats or FAR-REACHING repentance," and welding them Into dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 25c! cited the affidavits which Senator ly fetching. This Idea Is specially recommended a single mass for the uplift of all. 50c, $1.0D. Sold and guaranteed by Newberry made while serving at the Brooklyn Navy Yard, in which he for mermaids and other young ladles When ho went across the Hue to join J. F. Casoblor, Acton Pros., Tay-- I Villa. he said: bwore that no campaign money had visiting the seashore. lor's Drug Store, Williams &Dtike. t "1 am going back to lift my counbeen spent by blm or with his knowlf Do You Knjoy Your .ARmN. try out of the depths of outlawlcss-nes- s edge. This affidavit, the Indictment New Form Pimples, Rash, Itching etc., the First Signs WITH ALLIKS If you do not enjoy your meals has fallen or ele TltKATY to which she charged, was a part of a general con- -j SICXHD ItY lil'LU.WUAi your digestion Is faulty. Eat mod- die for hor." spiracy to aid tho Senator to obtain of Iron Clears the Skin and Brings Positive erately, especially of meats, masticil Xovmbr l." fupt in office illegally and to aid him also PaiH..Nov. 20 Mr. Stampullwsky. cate your food thoroughly. Let five Benefit Quickly in concealing violations of eleetlqn General Angeles was captured No- premier of Uulgurfa. signed the treahours elapse between meals and take statutes. vember 15, lacking a day of being a ty of pence bctwei-his oountry and Tt h impossible to estimate the And the disrijuring; eircts im year from tho time he entered MexiThere were six counts in the first tone of Chamberlains Tablets y thes.0 bhxxl impurities are extent to which human ills and disease the alliail powors at the Neullly town mediately after supper and you will owe their origin to disordered and enbarrastum t, the sulTerer. A The first four were Indictment. co with high resolve. lie had been Hall at W:40 Tborsday. soon find your Taeals to ba a real impur' blood. Thin!: of the various rcmtfly stumid U used whirhnotonly to charges of excess campaign hiding in a cave after leaving- - Villa's Hy the conditions of the troatv forma of Kidney ailments that haver drives tiie impurities outof tho blood m ispenditures. The fifth alleged con- pleasure. main body of troops. The two, It which was signed this morning tit the their origin in disea.ed' iJl.'l conhut which will at thesarn? timere-muv- u corrupt -. I'VI'I'I'Tl'll IV U'lKTIMI' AIIMV was reported, had disagreed, over Neullly Town Hull. Bulgaria is callevery traref piinpli, rash and spiracy to violate the federal ditions. And no one questions that "breakirg-'nut.Ilheumatism starts in liloitd. Angeles' reported opposition to the ed upon to surrender all works of practices act of October 191S, which A positive sutil iiii'ciC trwitment for ?o it is important to watch the ponalUea payment of money to voters. Washington. Nov. 23. Rights of plan for an attack on Juarez In June art and valuables taken from allied liliiod and to liegin treatment at tho these blood disorders is mipplieii by Tho sixth count to which Frank C. evory man in the army, from private which led to American troops crossAcid lion Mineral -- a nc.v form of first signs of disorder. By taking mintrfrw illll'InL' till! wnr Illld tfl I'llV linuivl iroi. Mich troubles in time and tbrouipi its first function is to Dailey, special assistant to the attor- to General, are well defined and es- ing the Rio Grande and driving off ,.1(1(mni,v f approximately $145.- attention, harmful results 3trength n :u;d p'inl'v tae blojil by ney general, attached especial slgnill-canc- e tablished by laws enacted by Con- the rebels jdeprived of Is Bulgaria OOO.OHo. und much sulTcring caic im avoinai. mittinK'iriiiiAnto it. Thus imnuritieH Angeles, when discovered, lost five Thrace and aim liihes .Strumltza.. i alleged that the mails were gress or by common law Maj. Gen. Xenrly everyone is familiar with aro drivi-ul and tho blood vt followb'lKd disorders as evithe the whole system )s strfngth-ene- d UNd "to defraud all the people of the l'J.toch Crowder. Judge Advocate" killed among hl handful ot small triangular section of territory, . denced by pimples, rasl). ltcbin,;, etc. not-tiie hk.m is made olear and free itato of Michigan." General of the Army declared Thuis-da- ers, but escaped the Carranza N the latter being assigned to Serbia. lb- is from blemish, perfect liealtll Uirough-ou- t imjiortant whether thj-- e He was overtaken, however, and sub- Vroposals which would glvo Iltilua- - j symptums indicate eezt cia, saltrhoum "All Voter Dcfiniidcil." the lniy is established. In his annual report. men were left I)ruggi-.- . This sixth count charged that not will refut'.l the purchase scrofula, etc., but it is vitally inijvra Con. Crowdor made no specific ref- - dued. But four of his rla a corridor thru Thrace to tlio .-. live that t ho blood bet, iv.cn treatment price of Avid Iron Mineral it it fails; when he finally was captured. Two Aegean arc left to the future dispo-- 1 only wera an voters 01 me siaie uu- - orenco tt) the attacl: on ht3 adtninis-traiideto make it healthy. There should not to (u'ive ')u witisfactain it containa but that honest campaign tratJo!i o tllat Offco by former Drig. wero oxcctited summarily. sitlon of tho allied governments. Tho no alcohol or injurioiw drugs. ie an instant's delay 'n doing this. Tho other two wont to trial with boundary between Itumania and Buluontrilmtors woro also victims in that (,cll Samuel T. Ansell. once his For Sale by OHIO COFXTV nitl' liKv.rixiriilcd, Hartfoid, Ky. ' wero mUluad into believing that ;glHtat )mt. lu an appfiidls gave de-t- Angeles. One Muj. Nestor Kuclso do garia is chungitl In only miner de1MIISO.VS & SCOVIIil.i:, noIinK Creen, Ky., ilistribaioi-- ,, legal limits of ospondlturos had taUed stj.tjgtlcs, covering military Aroc, was sentenced als-- to death, tails. , in not been exceeded. It also charged coimij.,nartjaI. tending to disprove but his sentence was commuted to Compulsory military sen-teThe Ilulguria is alolished by tho treaty twenty years' lmprlsonme'it. that more than $100,000 of the con-j,h- e llcCTI1atI,m ot severity.' tributed funds wore converted to the, I)uring the last" fiscal year 1G.547 other, Antonio Trillo, a boy but 17 terms, the Ilularian army being lim personal use of somo of the capmalgn 1)oraon3 weie trlod before goneral years old, must servo six years and ited to 20,000 men with a gcitdur- i eoUit..-martlcent were eight months. BianaBem. merle, 'or police force, not exceeding i & and 85 Tho trial was held In Teatro do Los 10,000. All arms and ammunition count also contained a j C(mvIcte(. This sixth 0f the clmrgos against (Theater of tho Heroes) In exceeding the amount laid down hy comprLs-formor Heroes clBUse charging that James Helm. otficorSi nloro than one-thidairy and food commis-- , C(1 urunkonnei.s, ahsont without leave Chihuahua before a throng that fill- the treaty shall be turned ovor to the fctate alonor and opponent of Henry Ford lu r con,iuct unbecoming an officerj In ed the theater to capacity and loft allies. A comhilsblon composed or recolved tlle caiie ()t unlisted men one-ha- lf tho hundreds of friends and curious the Democratic primary, allied representatives Is given power ? of women wero ln the to punish crimes committed by Bulfrom tho Newberry organization j totai L.inrKes recorded wero for nudlenco nnd a group of society garians during the war aud also deal for his compensation and ox- -; gm.t,m, absent without leave, leaders as well as utll ts often Intor- - wUU lh(j re,,utrlatIml 0f prisoners. In seeking nomination to said 0)c.,nMufo anu olee,)ing on iu.U. tho primary.! Ti,() report made public for tho rupted tho court to pieati ciomency office of senator" at i the alleged purpose being to uld the first tmo an official summary or tho for Angeles. Tho pleas woro unavailing, ns were preventing Domo- - "capital" cases occurring lu the army Nowberry cause by FOR FLETCHER'S courts and to to oratic voters from lining up with Anrn c,, 1317, tlio beginniug similar pleas to Mexlcun 49 j tho present president of tho republic. to Uepubllcan primary. I'ord in tho ot thu war ,,er0a. V A delegation of prominent cltlMitiH to "overt acts In a list of thirty-eigh- t i)0ath penaltios wero adjudged In 4? Attacked to the indictments was an ltc ,.ases from that dato to June 30,1 of Parral, Mexico, wont to Chlhuuliuu A FINAXriAli DIAGNOSIS. 49 Is carried by BANK OF to Angeles. On different ocaccusation that Holms componsa- - jai'j, nnd execution was consuinmat-tlon- " to plead for 49 to casions ho had saved their lives, when candidacy was $50 a e(l ln thlrty-flv- o Tor his cases ten In Franco lu a coutldcntlai little talk to a 49 to v HARTFORD. If you do by Villa or his followers. week. land twenty-fiv- o In tho United States. endangered group of medical siidonts an eminent 49 to alloged overt j,.u(jr Was charged in two of those Gen. Alvaru Obregon, former minister physician took up tho extremely Im- 49 Tiione thirty-eigh- t b business with us your inter49 now candl-dst- o to nets wre chnrged against fourteen j t.JKt.H. murder and mutiny in nine-nm- u ot war for Carranza and portant matter of correct diagnosis of 49 for president of Mexico, also tho maximum feet. i and carried accusations of hav- - tucUi nbaauit in eleven, assault and ests are protected. Ohio 49 owes his Ufa to the Intercession of i ranging '"1 murder ln three. ing Jflve'i rowarus "Tho best rewards," he said, "come 49 .,, to Angeles with Villa, It was said. 'promises of " a good Jo"b" to pay-)- 4 according to tho 49 0 case of course, .to tho established specialCounty's oldest financial 0 Home Hud American of sums varying from $5 to cifpital bcntenco for a I charge $25 a call 49. Wai a ist. For instauce, l When tho news reached El Pasco at the residences, $10 for an office 4i support or ?2,750 as returns for mmttiry offonso carried Into to early Wednesday morning of tho exe consultation, und $5 tor a tulephoue 49 tivliy in the Nowberry caiupaign. One Locution." to S cution at Chihuahua City, Rl Pasoans consultatluti." miinin' oilllor In nllpi'Pil to have re. to 49 m Why Mr. Joe Armstrong; Celebrated 'recalled tlio arrest uuu convicuoii to Wivod a ton of print paper. n There was an appreciative und en- tho United States .Court here somo vlous silence, aud then a voice front Dog Trainer, Uses rjiUSuap. t Flue ami PiNun l''ucil. 49 to "Noticed rats around my kennel, months ago of Col. Frederlco Coro-antc- tho back of the iituplthcater, slightly 49 Tho extrcmo penalty which may bo' h former chief of staff to An- thickened, spoke. Jiapotwd undur tho indictments is a having huudroda of prizo dogs, could 49 to geles, and other Angeles adherents on you 49 of "10,000 and two years' linnrU- - not take chances. Tried flse "how much do "Doc." to every rat disappeared. the charge ot setting on foot a mili- charge a fellow for passing you on 49 ln three weeks ttiiment. Cere-vant49 The '('"ltlty of only tho chief fig- - Noticed that tho dogs never went near tary expedition hi this country. the street?" Chicago Journal. 49 convicted with hlin 1 tell my ftieuda about and those in t'te case wor rovealed lu ur Sickly children need White's Cream 49 Use this sure rodent it's now are serving Kuutuncots at Fort QUrt tcdiy. On Instruetlons from Vermifuge. to It not only destroys 49 Jil4gs Clarence W. SmsIuus, ot the safe. Couia in ca.ke form. Three Leavenworth. 49 to Those acquainted with tho Augelos worms, It there bo any, but it acts as 49 bizc., 2S, S0c, $1.00. Sold and K. District Uuu rt, the nuinisi ot th U. HARTFORD, KY. to tlio a strengthening tonic In the stomach 49 Wodnosday . family by- recalled oifeuv'TWo impounded, to bs ' j, f. Qasubur, Acton Bros., Tay-- r American utinophur about the aud bowels, l'.rlco 30c per bottle. 49 o.ily wlitn thttlr utruni hwvo Itjascd i w!'r v.il ants Hsed up- - lor's Drug Store, VllIiain.i & Duke. Ar.geloo home here. General Ange- - Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. . m tf s NEWBERRY, WITH 133 on the indictments. John S. mum squad j , , al Makes Such Light, Tasty Biscuiti I j I x g. , high-price- ALUBS SSCt&ia5lt o 1 It i It's i Kat-Siu- pro-Hon- UAT-SNA- J 1H rumnn ert2 pjfStSSf &&&0li' - HAT-SNA- - KAT-SNA- . EFFECTS THE OF BLOOD DISORDERS 1- -c- I -- pro-dih-- eil 1 ed y. - nt ... i d. as-th- ey he ', l e al jr rd a ds dls-ltm- eb Burg lar Insurance s s Ohildren Cry sce it j CASTOR 'A ; ; l). ,,.( ApiM-aranc- e I s, BAT-SNA- I es BAT-SNA- HAT-SNAP- ." BANK OF MTF0RD ' 5W WSSWSOTSSSSras WVS 999 .8 vtvv4 CONSERVATION OF HEALTH IS PLANNED 4 U. S. Public Health Service '. Seeks Aid From Other Health Agencies., rrcentahlo dlsoaso cost tho United States four billion dollars less in 1017 limn It would had tho health cnmll. tlciiiH of 20 venrs ngo prevailed In 1917. Knur hundred tbousond lews deaths occurred In t!U7 than would have t hud the 1000 death rate prevailed. Should lie (Jiumiutliicd. , I; I Many physicians bcllevo Hint nny- Annual Illness of workers still costs this country two billion dollars each 0110 who has a bad cold should bo year. completely Isolated to prevent other One ninii In every throe called by members of the family and associates Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great tho Army was found to bo physically from contracting the disease, as colds because their refreshing flavor and fragrance are about as catching; as measles. unfit. and mellowness is so enticingly different. You These figures were given out today One thing sure tho sooner 0110 rids never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimiby Surgeon Gcnoral Uupon IIIuo, of himself of a cold the less tho danger, tho United States Public Health and you will look a good whilo before nated and there is a cheerful absence of any vice, In urging nplan for natlon-wld- o you find a better medicine than unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or any un conservation of health and calling on Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to aid pleasant cigaretty odor I nil health agencies to in a you in curing n cold. in T4 ( carefully prepared program. Cjmen mrr told everywhere in Camels are made of an expert blond of choice M Representative Ilalvor Stccncrson, Surgeon General IIIuo has sent a rcirntifirally leshJfcl .ifes o20 Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are cigarette: nr ten r'ckngev i200 of Minnesota, chairman of tho House letter to State and City Health ofcigarette) in a smooth and mild, but have that dgsirable full-boficers, to tho bead of tho American Committeo on post offices and post cjirton. We ftmnf,ly rrc vmmend this carton fur the Ann'ii roads, has gone after Postmaster Oen-orted Cross, tho American Public and certainly hand out satisfaction in or effic tupply or when youtrjutl. Ilurleson with n club in the form tho American Medici generous measure. You will prefer this Camel Kociatlon, Tho National Tuberculosis of a bill to compel him to charge six blend to cither kind of tobacco smoked straight! Association, tho International Health cents per ounce for all nirplnne mail. This in order to prevent that official Commission, tho National Safety Give Camels the stiffest tryout, then Council, tho Amorican Child Hygiene from sending mall in airplanes witlK out notifying tho sender, who somecompare them with any cigarette in Association, nnd other health agencies, suggesting a conference In Wash- times learns" It has been burnt up in the world at any price for quality, ington to consider n health program an accident. The charge of six cents flavor, satisfaction. No prepared by tho Public Health Ser- wns formerly made by Burleson him. self, but when tho Chomlcal Nationvice. Splendid Cough Remedy. Camels will "As I feel that every family should The Surgeon General point's out al Hank, of New York, lost papers & medicine a splendid practically all of these agencies valued at 150,000 because they had know what thnt 9 have under consideration some pla.i been carried by nlr service, ho re- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, l to tho regular churge. So am only too pleased to relate my ex-- 1 R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. of health consurvation and that un- turned wants special airplane j porlencu and only 'wish that I hnd ' less the wofk can bo nnd Stccncrson Winston-SaleN. C. yD my m ago," properly directed,. llttlo will bo ac- stamps at six cents, so ' that the known of its merits years public may be protected. I Sta-- 1 writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson, complished nnd there will bo much Hon, Mo. "1 give It to my children i of uffort and waste of TAKKY. when they show the slightest sympfunds. Farmers are busy gathering corn toms of being crotipy, and when I It Is emphasized that the success cutting wood and making ready ' for havo a cough or cold on the lungs n of tho plan will be d"tjrmlncd by winter days. TIlltKK DANGER VKARS IN reau of Education, Department of'the very fow doses will rolle.vo me, and by to tho condiIts direct application MARRIAGE, SAYS LAAVVKR Interior announced Mrs. Alva Kirk Is very sick at this taking It for a few days I soqji get tions in the different local communi- writing and school has closed Reports to the Department indiat Tayin ties and for this reason Federal, State lor's school until she is able to work. rid of the cold." London, Nov. 29. Is there a dan- cated that every section of the coun- nnd local health officers must coger year in marriage? The question ; try had taken active part In the vast F. Taylor and family relaNow that tho suffrago amendment operate most closely in order to di- tives near Ralph Sunday. visited is put by many persons and answered harvest. New York City reported a to the constitution is being ratified rect the campaign in each emmunity Mr. nnd Mrs. Ira I). Funk spent by so many states, Representative by Sir George Lewis, distinguished totfil of $717,517.20 from tho homo nnd set a definite objective. gardens of 50,054 children, while the Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Lee Daniel II. Anthony, of Kansas, has English lawyer. city Jolley, at Ituford. Ho says there are three danger little amateur farmers of Chicago For instance, a Southern introduced a measure in the House years in marriage, that the period realized an average return 'of f5. would be more Interested in n camRoscoo Ilnlrd has his new dwelling which provides thnt no distinction paign ngnlust the mosquito nnd ma- house near completion. when most divorces a.re made Is be- Hundreds of prizes, It was stated, shall bo made by any court In mutters laria than it would bo In Rocky Miss Tula King, of Adaburg, visit of naturalization of aliens becauso of tween the seventh and tenth years of have been won at Stato fairs throughmarriage. Mountain spotted feer. A Northern ed MIks Nonio llartlett Saturday night out the country by tho children. sex. He stipulates that the failure, be more IntT-.te- : and Sunday. "Divorce figures show that the m t.ln uslrlal rity any neglect, refusal or Inability of In the com- - I of pneumon a Jfrrs. K. Crnbtreo, of Hartford, was male alien to become a citizen shall great majority of marriage failures l'KRSIAN SHAH RKGRKTS UK In use forover40yearsl nnd respiratory diseases. All, ho v- - called to the bedside of her daughter, be no impediment to tho wife of such are not discovered until the later CAN NOT DAXCK; TOO KAT Thousands of voluntary c.vor, havo cancer, tuberculosis and Mrs. Alva Kirk Saturday. years," Sir Gcorgo declares. "They an alien from becoming a citizen. Ho letters from women, tellvenereal diseases: all would bo beneParis, Dec. 1 The one regret of Mr. Leslie llartlett lost a valuable would have all alien women who also show thnt in only a negligible ing of the good Cardui cases was thero a the young Shah of Persia, ho explainfited by public 'joi'.th uursum, medi- mare last week. hereafter marry citizens retain their number of divorce largo family. has done them. This is supcrvlslm uf tcliool children, cal ed to a French woman ho met at tea oivn nationality until they comply conservation nf thy lives of mclkers AUTHOR OF BAN AGAINST "A record covering ten years just the other day Is that ho can not the best proof of the value with the naturalization laws of this sewage disCARDS AM) BAXCKS DIKS prior to the war showed that of the dance becauso ho is too fat. nnd children, of Cardui. It proves that country. posal ihe provision of pure writer and total number of 9.72S. marriages dis"What do you do horc In Franco Cardui is a good medicine Asbury Park, N. J., Nov. 29 Dr. pure "J1:: u. while each city and solved, 3,845, or nearly 40 per cent, to keep yourselves slender?" asked CliKAIt RUN. lor women. deil-nlt- e were childless. Aaron IC. Ilallard. president and one rural community will havo as a the Shah. "I seem to bo egtting fatTobacco buyers are occasionally There are no harmful or objectlvo and the most vltn! need of tho founders of tho Ocean Grove seen, canvassing "Another curious fact is that in ter every day." neighborhood tho Meeting Association, habit -- forming drugs in died in In thnt particular plicc, thi varinu-- . Camp tho past tho majority of divorce cases "We danco late and get up early in tho interest of tho company they Cardui. It is composed health agencies vll havo dcfl!ito ob- Thursday after a long illness. He represent. Mr. O. It. TInsley was In have come from the professional and the morning," answered his comAgriculture anU min- panion. jectives according to the particular was 9S years old. only of mild, medicinal our midst Monday, buying tobacco trading classes. ing have contributed tho fewest numDr. Ballard, known as tho "Grand for the Burns house. problem they feet for themselves to "Well, I might dance late, but I ingredients, with no bad Old Man of Ocean Grove," was born of cases." FflVO. could never get up early in the morn- Mr. Lon Owen, who Is operating ber d m In Bloomfield, N. J., Christmas day, ing," said tho young Persian ruler Tho health program to bo a saw mill hero is doing splendid n laugh "I'll have to find j with to the r in(ercno h. been In 1820. work, tho folks who are having lumTAKE Dr. Ballard was a member of tho ber sawed aro well pleased. remedy.. preparation for months, experts of FOR FLETCHER'S mo tho Public Health Service lone hav- general conference of thu Methodist A fine mare, belonging to Mr. f church in 1872 and is credited with Herman llartlett, died one day last ing foreseen tlo need of such a MEXICANS CUT OKV ' " being author uf the paragraph in i offort. A preliminary AMERICAN'S FINGER week. Soldier marriages, to alien women Washington, Dec. 1, Word camo announcement of tho plan was made church discipline that year banning I). Hoover has moved Into Mr. J. ' t.t Now Orloa'i" at tho recent meeting curd playing, theatergoing and Is about to be regulated though npt j 0f t)10 ,i,,ntn f i.nothor American tho house formerly owned and occuby congress, ino benaio as tjie resu(. ot ,.rutal treatment of Public Health of the American pied by Mr. Enoch Murray, deceased. restricted enCommitteo on Military Affairs has bandits, who held him for ransom. which give Mr. Malcom Hoover and family favorably reported a measuro which He was Otto Lund, of Swedish dorsement. went to Owensboro Sunday to bo with provides that any person in tho mil- - ijirtn A naturalized American, who You can rely on Cardui. Fevy i'ivIUq whaf has ulrn.dy bcei Mr. Theodore Richardson, who is in Itary or naval forces of tho United died of blood poisoning after being arcuinplls.-.w- ', in tho Hold ot Surely it will do for you hospital at that place. tho States In a foreign country who de- hold for raiifom five mouths In thu what it has done for so tlve medicine r what can bo done by of mention Mr. Amos Stewart, St earefully cnuted health program I sires to contract marriage there shall Stato of Mayiru. many thousands of other made before, whose illness hns bcon ' mako an affidavit that he is twenty- womenl It should help. His captors chopped oft ono of his which ih c.imi'Intlvo and ontlnuous is still suffering a great deal with ud d'sultory ono years of age, Is unmarried nnd fingers with a foul weapon and wrap-- 1 "I was taken sick, ratbi.r iliar eyes. Tho doctors who aro treathis knows no reason why ho should not'pd jt within their written demand seemed to be ," in character. Came to this Woman after ing liliu aro afraid It may yet be contract matrimony. Tho statements writesMrs. Alary E. Veste, for rnnKom money, which they sont to ' In 1000 tho general death into necessary to taku his eyos out. Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's I of Madison Heights, Va. contained In tho affidavit will then njS friends in Tonic. from all causes in tho United States Vegetable Compound to "1 got down so weak, be verified boforo tho marriage Is in 1017. tho lntost Iilood poisoning and gangrcno was 17.S; HAM) KNOlt. could hardly walk . . . permitted. A faiso statement will bo killed the man whlio his wifo, an Restore Her Health available, it had been reduced Just staggered around. punished by a Hno or $1,000 or im- American woman, and their child are to '14.2. Had tho 1000 death rata I read of Cardui, " After I wns ltov. Harper started a protracted prisonment for ono year. Ellensburg--, "Wii-dreported in want In Tehic. provalled In 1917 thero would havo meeting at this place Tuesday night and after taking one botUnited Stutcs, with an murried 1 was not well for a lone; time been In tho and a good deal of Air. J. It. Jonlgan and son, Ersio, tle, or before taking quite San Antlnio, Tex., has been under estimated population of 110 million, the time was not from Illinois nre visiting rcalatlvos SHIP OK MYSTERY all, I felt mucii belter. I ON TREASURE QUEST rive Hags. than actually able to go about morj deaths IIOG.OOO took 3 or 4 bottles at Our greatest desire and friends around and near hero. occurred. wns to have a child Mr. and Mrs. B. Crowder and llttlo that time, and was ab!s to Now Orleans, Nov. '. r Tho speed other years leaves The record of in our home and one son spoilt Saturday and Sunday with do my work. I take it in NEWSPAPER BARGAINS. may ho yacht, AVhltemarsh, formerly In tho day my husband llttlo room to doubt what typhoid the .spring when runcame back from hor uncle, Mr. Thornton Haglaud. In 1000 naval servlco, will leavo hero for a done in saving llfo. down. 1 had no appetite, Mrs. Olllo Taylor and children wero voyage far up tho Amazon. Tho out- town with a bottle 311.8 a limited time we can fever caused a death rate of and I commenced eating. 's of Lydia E. guests or Mr. Soth Dovless tho 20th. tlttlng ot tho vessel In Philadelphia per 100,000 population. In 1917 tho Vegetable It Is the best tonic I ever furnish you the Louisville Mrs. Leon a Daviess and little sou . Mn,i,i w Diphmv.irv. Compound and vlsltod at S. P. Sandofur's Tuesday. rate had boon,roduced to 13.4. aw." Try Cardui. Courier-Journ- al 10.5 wanted me to try it. and "Fearless young men" wero ad- - Daily theria was reduced from 35.4 to Mr. and Mrs. V. L. Taylor and chil It brought relief ror to man her. It is now The Hartford Republican, AH In tho samp period. Tuberculosis frotn.mv troubles. dren, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Taylor, vertised from 190.5 deaths per 100,000 I improved in health so 1 could do my Mr. uud Mrs. Roy Stewart wero guests known that a wealthy westerner will both one year for $5.50. We 146.4 in housework; we now bavo a little one, all use her to seek nsphalt and oil iu thu of population in 1900 to Smith Sunday. can also furnish you the 1000 rato prevailed of which I owe to Lydia . l'inkhnm's of Mr. .Jim interior or South America. 1017. Hud tho Mrs. O. S. Vegetable Compound." o tu" typhoid fover. diphtheria and Louisville Daily Times and In Johnson, R. No. S, Ellensburg, Wash. Thu first census of the United i8,oo.ooo harvest There nre women everywhere who berculosis, In 1917 thoso threo States was taken In 1790, during tho 91.-f7garde.vk Hartford Republican, both in children's senses alono would havo caused oc- long for children in their homes yet are administration of "Georgo Washingdenied this happiness on account of Pa- one year for $5.50 more- deaths than actually some functional disorder which in most ton.. It related solely to population. Washington, Nov. 27 Children 1 JOHN WHITE k CO. aWLWi curred. cases would readily yield to Lydia, E. . enlisted in homo gardening under pers must go to same ad- I Is led to Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. LOUIVILLElKY. Tho Public Health Servlco in the United dress, and to a Tho Sixth Decennial Census, taken school supervision program Is Such women should not give up bono Llbtral aitortmtnt hollovo that IU lioalth foitunato co- until they havo kiv-'- this wonderful in 1840, was tho first ono to cover States School Garden Army havo proand full valuo paid subscriber. feasible1 owing to tho meoicinou trial, ami tor special nuvico UKrCuUural statistics, now ono of tho duced, in tho little more than a year operation and successful termination Send all orders to the 'or CMDO - important parts of the entire the work has been lu operation, rood which iif tho cxtr.t cantonment work by tho HIdaa and stuffs valued at 48,ooo,ooo, tho Uu- - Hartford Republican. census. experience is at your service. on tc efficiently carried American Red Cross, State nnd local health authorities nnd tho IT. S Public Honlth Service. Tho l."fion tnugh: of by this splendid demonstration tcnin work Hlimild not bo Io.?t to For tills ro.vwi.tlio American Red Cross, which ban set aside millions of tlolIarH for health work In tho United States, has boon naked to tako nn active part In tran.d.iilnjf tlu. into n't on. Its health pnMr.it" thousands of local chapters .ire omit- od on ti arouse and liialntu'n Interest In nealth w ru and actively roonoratc with Federal, Stato and local health officers in accordance with' the announced policy of tho American Red existing with Cross to health agencies. TEXAS LHTTE1L Dear Editor Wo have not lind tho pleasure of rending tho Republican atneo wo havo been In our now homo at Wichita I'a is, Tex., and have felt M'lit uo had lost a ntcmhor of the family We write, thlnVng thnt rendois and old friends might like to hoar from us In our now homo, but really, to a guniilne Kentucklnn, Its hard to nnd a pluco like 'homo," but w. llko country tb's place riiu .'il splendid cllm.it:. dal noil of rich red color, alinici isrol of snok dust. Farmers use tho irrigation system 'to farm, but since wo bavo been here it has rained several days. Natives here were otaied, to think of so much rain and oegtiii to think the were going to hnvo another "flood' like .into .that of I'mlu days "as n few of tho .Texas people read tho bible once a year" and were, they said going to havo to move out of Hu now, rain appears to Wichita. bo ovt. fino iirlght veathcr, bu. a bit trolly. One dr. .see Just ns far ns their vL.on vlll ncmlt Hut th wind, it dons blow hard over the levl plain' Wc ccrlnlni.v did catch it 01K.I11 n car Saturday, it blew so hard wo could scarcely breathe, but finally nianat;)'. to got in homo with an head on, and worn thankful. , has been roupldorublo exclt-mea- t over tho Kemp Aloncor Alloa oil well. Suppose you have read of the discovery of oil In tho field near Iowa Park, Texas. Success to ti: Republiir.n As ever. NELLIE T. ASHBY. Wichita Falls, Texas, 1 T.-e-- msaESssssassssEssw ssrsara TT.rr7iT'n-9-i. iMW - IV V i j I &Jr m ' II a11 J I 1 e$m t d They Win You On Quality! I ji ... dy al I I matter how liberally you smoke they not tire your taste! i Ssssssss: yiiiii k yjl to-da- A Weak Women A VA ' after-effec- sub-n'llc- ts. Children Cry CASTO R A CARDUI The Woman's Tonic Asso-ilatlo- ii ( MOTHERHOO ... ' llg-ur- i. ... Pink-ham- ror ,,h I 1 Druggists . 40 paid-in-advan- ce , wai lNfifcT'S'l&l"- Jffl8&m Cett9klni I ByfaR wr 6t hW Lt1f x ! '. f I In pj tf I , of Nov. 23, tlio many friends, neighSTRAY STREAKS bors and kin of Mr. AV. T. Drown, (better known as Drub Drown) met (Dy Fluko McFluko.) PiiblMicd Weekly by at his homo to celebrate his 70th Everybody 8AIITFOKI) PMNTING COMPANY birthday anniversary. Incorporated brought their baskets well filled and the table was very pretty, being loadIf John Henry were here In all Saturday, December 6th, 1019, promptly at 10 o'clock, on the .farm ed with everything you could want to probability, ho would say that I pick AV. S. TINSLHV, Kdltor farm of miles of Island Station, McLean county. Ky., I will sell the 410-acr- c eat. cd this week-en- d to be out of town and Huslncss Manager. James Chaganos. "Uncle Drub" was very much snr- - in order to dodge tho Grand Jury. house, 2 wnen mo crown oegan u. gain TRACT NO. 1 Known as the Karns place, of 240 acres, 1 nrcordlne to law at tho Ky.. os man or. Several had came when ho asked 1 big, new barn 40x80 'ft., good fence, well watered. my friend Dob Owens thinks tenant houses, Pntnmee. Hartford. If When he tho Good Lord made this old world, (natter of tho second class. his wife what It meant? house, TRACT NO. 2. Known as the Bates place, of 170 acres, 1 found they had como to enjoy a day which wo call earth, for his own spec 1 new barn 44x76, good fence, Avell watered. to of real pleasure with him ho wept ial boncfit, there's n lot of us who Address all communications Then the above tracts as a whole. The farm has 36 acres timber, 80 acres with his friends. Soon the mist ought to bo arrested as poachers and The Hartford Republican. by music squnttors for operating without li meadow, the balance in high state of cultivation. the crowd was ir.tortnincd cleared away nnd the oay was a cense or special permits. The most oi 4 NOTICE TO SCnSCIUDEItS. Terms: one third cash, balance in 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 yrs., with 6 per cent inIn tho , afternoon us enjoy the fruits of his labor and Subscribers desiring tho paper sent one of pleasure. terest, lien retained on land to secure same. to a now address must give the old the crowd was emrrtnliipj. by music. neglect or forget to pay him rent, or j J At the same time and place will sell the Farming Implements of all kinds, address In making tho request. ' Hero's hoping I'ncio i'.ru') may live to even thank him for the Job. Duslness Locals and Notices 10c y only used two seasons, 13 head good work Mules, 3 good Brood Marcs, 1 Sadhap-p)ar lino, and 5c per lino for addltion-i- l to enjoy man, many more such dle and Harness Mare, 1 Yearling Colt, 2 calves, 120 hogs, 3,000 bu. Corn, and days. Insertion. Mo and my wife make It a rujo to Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards; "A NIECn " 50 tons of Hay. go and stay two or three days with of Thanks, 5c per line, money in oe our new neighbors who move into ' X. Terms on above: All sums under S10.00 cash; above that amount note due free, FL'EL AND LIGHT SAV- our community, so I told Mont JohnChurch Notices for services Jan. 1st, 1921, with approved security, bearing 6 per cent interest from date. IXO OKDEIt ON son 'tother day that we were ready to but other advertisements, 5c per line. Will sell Canning Factory at Island Station, Ky., known as Green River Anonymous communications will mako the usual call on him, but Mont receive no attention. 4 Canning Factory, Machinery and lease on building for 2 yrs. A splendid CanOwing to the shortage of fuel, due said as how they were not quite rea- 4 ning Factory, well equipped, at your own price. to the walkout of til's miners e.ir'.v dy to recelvo over-nigvisitors yet. I TELEPHONES. Terms: Note due one yr. from date, interest at 6 per cent with approved last month, the regloml conl commit I have since nxud him two or three 4 123 Cumberland tee has Issued drastic conspiration or-- j times about the matter, but somehow 50 security. Farmers Mutual and con- - they don't git ready. Mont and his ders affecting many e For Information Call or Write corns In Ohio County and elsewhere, I folks must havo a lot of stuff to KIU1IAY, .DECEMDEK .1 some of which we enumorato ilov 'straighten up. IS Schools and ediur.t'orinl est.rli)-- 1 Are you one of those who put your ments, drug stores for the sale of j People can. and do go from here j Owensboro, Ky. winter's supply of coal in early? drugs or medicine only, restaurants, to Owensboro on the ,cars. I mean, County. State and municipal offices, j railroad cars, but that deaf man who A POSITIVE SALE, RAIN OR SHINE ., .. ,, . . .. .. .1 lauita ucsiiiub vu uu uuusuuu ranrouu unguis, jiuuhv; ...llf.f... stor-'da- 1.ici ine rain run over 111111 uie umiui I T """" shopping should not only do it at an .newspaper plants, ice and cold about six miles above town, J early date, but early in the day. ago concerns are exempt and not at- - was brought here, his wounds dress-'fecteexcept that lights must be cut!ed, and was taken through In an au- we appreciate very mucu, me in- - 50 per ccnt aml no building Is to tomoblle so's as to save a lot of time CKUAIiVO. like doing nothing as anything in tie compliment that our "old enemy nialntaln a temperature In excess of looiing along wiui our irum.ine 4 i" tlle worId vou could possibly think of J. D. Clare" gave us last week, as to ,7ft that hit him was headed toward Ow- -' Mrs. Drusilla Haruard has returnthe editorial of the week previous. Stores shall not open before 9 and eusboro, but the broken bone would ed home after spending several days J MIT'S ALL lH'V SEALS exlikely have given a lot of trouble, had must close at 4 in the afternoon, with her daughter, Mrs Cope Maddox, There is one class of business that cept selling food and wearing ho waited along for the train to take I stores ! did not live to do any worrying over DENTAL SURGERY Unilor tho ausniccs of the Kentuckv of West Providence. apparel may remain open on Satur-- him over there. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hill and son the present closing order, issued for days Tuberculosis Association a sale of 9 p. m., but stores selling until Douglas, of Hartford, were guests of Centertown, Ky. the conservation of fuel, that is the may remain open to G o'clock Clint Carpenter and Sol Harnett Ked Cross Chrlstmns Seals is being relatives here from 1 Iiursday until liquor business. Poor old fellow, he food day. This Includes meat stores, l.s every started tearing down the old build- - held In Kentucky, and this sale Sunday. , is like the good Indian. agency All general offices must not use ings they bought, each adjoining the lucked by every public health Olllces over Morton's Drug Mrs. J. 11. Wool and Mrs. J. M Ihpnt or Hirht before 9 a. in. and after mltmr nnil "ler f!nrncntpr worked a In the state, including the Uoard of If that old greaser, Carranwi, Call Climb. Phone 15 J Store 'Governor Hlack. busy with Carter, attiudei. iur.h at Walton's as presdlent of Mexico, figures on U p. m. Barber shops may open at couple of ua.i he gae it up. stopped iHcaUh Creek, Saturday afternoon, and were ' further won-- - until Mil pot nis pan i'"" "' . gi-.tkeeping anywhere near in sight of us S and must close at o p. m. , of Mr and .Mrs Midi Ashby, , Theaters, moving .. picture houses of . the building, mid. lumber down took the time to g ve It Us cordial en- - f'aturd:y bet-- ! with his correspondence he had and Sunday ... . . . . ... no couiu flnrunmont In tnn fiillnu'Inir IiMnr? -" lor lrinl.-- nut fnr snniP irnncl stpnnt"!.. dance Halls and Oiner pincea "i anil away, (.'lint saui wnue Mr L. P. Lambert, of Hor t Ilranrh Kmukfort. Ky.. Nov. 2S.1919. amusement must not use light before make good headway in tearing down. Nisltcd his daughter. Mis. Will Ilar-nnrif he don't have them in sight already, Kentucky"' somehow or 'tother ho didn't have "To tho peoplo of il nor after 10:30 p. m. recently. "My attention has been directed to spoAe this P. S. A later order amending those jmuch luck with the loose stuff after When the Good Lord Mr. and .Mrs. Ir.i l.unih and little been he got it off and the nails out of It. the sale of Hed Cross ('hri'tnius son, Albert KniPst, old world Into existence and kicked it heretofore promulgated, has of Cetuinl City, permits stores, of- - as i,is lumber piles didnt' 'pear to Stamps, which Is to begin In Ken- visited .Mrs L".ndi's at." ts Mrs. P. whirling, blank space He issued which off Into a FOR SALE! tucky on next Monday, December 1st. ' never intended that one class of the fices and other places to open as early Brow a.s they ought to. L. Wood nnd Ml-- s Hunter, i Know oi noiniug in puonc worh m they may; , from Friday until Simdiy. descendants of mother Evo should and remain open as late as jamea Carlisle, the 4 year old son wllch the Peon, of Kentucky can wish, provided they do not use any h toll from 12 to 13 houis a day to Mr. Owen Jono of i'.i steamer "k. 5WJ!w.w.,,.ftHS hotter linest some of their money jof j,r. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie, of food to another class who work fuel or lights while so open. Howling Ore vi spun'. :i 'yv i ays last ..... .,,... ,.., for go0 tllllu beea and bo so sure of return for It. as In . only 3D or 40 house per week. week with his inroiiN, Mr .ml Mrs. OWKNSHOKO 'I OllACCO tivfnc to induce his "Dad" to net him the Little Ited Cioss Christmas P. JO'.Ob. MAKKKT IS lT.()VI)i:i) a parrot. Finally Will told tho little stillP3- With the earth full of untouched Mr. J. II WooJ was in Uv eusboro information is that the money " i .!, t..irn.t. . n... .h , coal, three or four hundred thousand Monday. with which a gallant fight has beon idle miners, operators who have deDespite the fact that the farmers i but that he would have to be very waged against the plague of TubercuMr. Jess Ever!, Tit Evin-vlll- o, was evcareful as tho parrot would ten on veloped mines ready for work in are rushing their tobacco to the tho guest of his mother Mis J. M losis In Kentucky, has been raised to him every time he teased or hurt his ery particular and millions of men, market in such quantities as mainly by the sale of these stamps. Everly, recently. con- baby brother. .lames Carlisle dropped women and children. If not already cause crowded and congested Mrs. L. P. Fulkerion Is cry sick Bred Gilts and young Pigs. I hope the people of Kentucky , and suffering for the lack of fuel, will bo ditions, prices on the local market intn fi nwnlli.iHvn iiinnil fnr some time at this writing. Pedigree furnished. cm so liberally that at an early date, is a disgrace to our are luuling up well. Vhe reports for and finally announced that If It M Kentucky Tuberculosis Assoch- Misses Mary and fl'aci.i Staples, of ho boasted civilization and highly tout- sales received on Wednesday show a made no difference he believed .. . ' linn nn lin nliln In enrrv nut- ..- - lirn- - Nelson, were the guests of Misses - Itri ........ ..n .mwK.i LOYALL P. BENNETT, "" J" n.i.l if lin rl 111 : ed system of government. dcclitn in Ji.e average ilce of a lit- .if.l..f. grammo of education and protection Ktl,cl- - rii and cra Bvorly Saturday 3 i'T l ralrcd under get one he thought it might bo better tle moi . t!:-.- '! Hartford, Ky. Route 7 against the White Plague during the and Sunday. Men who ought to know, tell usthQ ayoi;if,,. r Tuesdnj and a few to get a wooden one which goes to that whiskey is S14.00 per quart, and cents under the opni.ig day average. prove that all wisdom Heth not with year 1920. JAMES I). HLACK, that you have to buy it in the dark Reports on sales made Wednesday older heads. Governor. you havo night showed that in the houses in and never know Just what 4 We do not know of a better purpose purchased until you carry It off to which sales had been conducted dur-ii- g of ours, known In J This Railroad I to which money can he devoted than 4 some secluded spot. Then when you the day 776,940 pounds of tobacco financial and commercial centers Association, make an effort to drink It you find had been sold for $154,014.57, or an such as" Pittsburg, Chicago, New York that of tho Tuberculosis in as much as Kentucky has about that you have something even better average of 19.81. and London, is the M H. A: il, which 30,000 cases of this preventable dithan the Keeley cure, as a result ninmU fonMndlsou-ville- , being Interpret I'rjor Tobacco Sold. sease, and last year suffered the loss booze fighting is soon to become anHartford & Eastern, ran its of 4,600 and more lives from It. sold 1209,390 lbs. for Lancaster why It should other of tho lost arLs. train, No. 115, and Just A fow cents from each citizen will $4C,134.54. Average $22.34. 1 numbered 115, we don't Have tho make possible the carrying out of two days, 344,-92- 0 be waters, Farmers' sold in To the misfortunes of high only one least Idea, because I' is thi Average the program of health In Kentucky. lbs. for $60,100.10. time of trouble In rounding up sufoperated during the 21 houis, over A few dollars from those best able to ficient provisions under present con- $19.22. dnv It Is z. a deaf mute tho other Field Uros. (estimated) 5,000 lbs notable fact that tho had to select afford It will make certain tho placing ditions to keep off hungor, to say of Kontucky in tho front rank of nothing of problems encountered in Amount and average not roported. a man who was "deafer '.' an on States from a public health standDaviess county sold In two days. securing clothing wherewithal to hide mule," bpciuse the on.y otlii. point. Let's ALL buy the llttlo Hed bodies, 222,630 lbs. for $40,809.93. Avor-agour nude and Klilvoring laught by :i tialu fellow heretofore Stumps. , , Cross Christmas $18.31. btrikes and talk of strikes, wo not on this road was !ald to je. you know-howonly havo Congress back In WashingTotal Pryor sold, 776,910 lbs., for pint of It Mill 'causo ho had a CARD OF THANKS. Average $19.81. ton, but must soon Hiiffor a session of $154,044.57. loft in his pocket. Total Durloy sold 30,110 lbs. for the Kentucky Legislature. If you need a farm wagon write us We deslre to extend our heartfelt $7,837.70. Avorago $26.03. OwensSome guy, cither in or out of this thanks to tho many friends and once for prices. State size wagon you in a lengthy boro Messenger. The Courier-Journshop, did me a mean trick. I caught nolghbors for their iiany kini' acts editorial, in a recent issue says that t want and we will name you an interestIt In tho proof, marked it out, but and assistance extended us durltif, Lodge and his packed, for "Senator n. i, UIUIC DKAD. ing price. for some strango reason it went In tho illness and tho death of our i eign relations committee serves no- again. daughter, Muurlno Parks. Wo pn tho President that ho must beloved Jico Mr. It. P. Kirk died at his home on We are overstocked on wagons and especially wish to thank Miss Miry llni tlwi nnnnn iruntv with Hlft consclenclous Sunday afternoon, of and A and her class for tho '"reek; agreed Wcst Laura Pondleton have decided to reduce our stock by reservations Just as has been dayfoflowcan't go off in broad-ope- n ' beautiful iloral design, nlso tho don-or- a unon by tho committee that no edict naming special prices. was 62 years light for a few days recreation in tho ration. Tho deceased of tho beautiful flowors presentof imperial autocracy was over proage, an Industrious and much re- bosom of mother nature In hor wild ed during her Illness and at tho mulgated with tin assumption of more of We mean business and can convince spected citizen. Funeral services stnto without being talked about and grave. absolute authority &c." For tho life were conducted by Kov. It. K. Fuqua roundly criticised by somo one who you if you will write us at once. May God's richest blessings bo with of us wo caiS't see why some of these opponents of uutocrat'c power, call- at Clear Hun, afte,r which burial took t OUlunt Know me umerencu ucmuun you is tho wish of by Evergreen Camp a squirrel tail nnd a donkey's ear. If x This special price will be in effect THE HEHIEVED FAMILY. ing themselves democratic, don't take placo, conducted W. O. W., of Heflin. of which ordor John Henry don't fetch or send mo a whack at President Wilson for only a few days, until we move some something somo of these days I am packing the peace commission with Mr. Kirk was a member. wagons. going to call somo names sometime, NOTICE TO THE nobody but Woodrow Wilson, who OAIU) OF THANKS. ) treaty and brought It back mado tho for the United States Sonate to pass TRAVELING PUBLIC express our sincere If some of theso streaks smell a bit upon, telling the sunato that It hud ! Wo desire to .t.lo blame It or, the devil and the to take It just as he made it, the comforting mako-u- p ..,.. 1...-'kindness shown, and man. I left last week Just ,u. i. 1...1 ,..,. c s''oUo"' durlns the JjIckneB8BH tho Bheot was being BhottoROthor approve the whole blooming docu-w"- d I have opened up my of- belo.v,ea .Moth.0';' for "Noting and could not help It if ment and that not a change, nor r0.!nd dath .at Mrs. Palestine Webb. Wo also wish the streaks were not in tho chaso. fice and headquarters in the Mirvatlon of any description was, for to especially thank tho physicians for If WIN n moment to bo thought of. restaurant of Casebier -& imtlrlnir nffnriq -- . , - - fnr four i . uumn JIIIUI Imlno In llm nn'a ii cm wan III not nut to shamo anv their faithful nnd squir-- . laylor, corner or the Uld or fivo days, frjing your own lil1IurtnK hor ,llno.88 thing that IIIU Hoheiuollmn. in HBH CHILDItEN. making your own biscuits and Hartford House. Call over mutt autocratic days over undortook -JAKK WILSON, Manager fatlrlng your own bod and doing it i to do wo muvo that wime democratic either phone when you wish an juit about us you dadgumnied I'oitn (ait I'oit sali:. 9 iMHvMper ipriiiK il at onou. FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. piotiMd, I y uftr doing nil of that, to go to Beaver Dam or else- A.A Stmi'UIKIt DIN.MJtt. eoartJtloii. nmiy nw. Sm this bunluew of writing tlila tuff, wliere ISUOIIKR HUitt UalUnry, Ky.. for thinking of an otiltorUl and J. E. CURTIS, . f umeh 23tlp loal uowi luftki Jut about On the beautiful Sunday moralog prle and trms (The Hartford Republican t AUCTION SALE liy Rtrrt : Poa t t C. A. PAYNE, JR., Auctioneer .... .... I y, d, j ,,.., I i Dr. M.M. Dexter , j ..... 5 ""' a I . i d, I Oh! I See! .. Ma-ga- iet fur-jils- I f o. i. g Jb wi,i .... ' --- " 1 Attention, Farmers! at I rv o, al well-meani- : : t I out-lou- d. '" ! t f ' " ' t I ( t t i .a ii t FordSYille Planing Mill Co.' i t. -I ithrln( u I Miss Hollo Walker, assistant Mrs. C. I. Mnxcy, who tins been In of our High School, spent Thanksrather pour health for quite a Ions giving with her mother, in Morgan-towtime, Iiiih not Improved any. 4tet6feV')Vfr n. 1 $ J IIPSPill MtaA Hi I (111 II I 111 ( ll TfnousEne )) J - J III lllllll llllllll llllllllfiTlUbiTfkL. IT. V Xllllllllfv rffliriliV NliiiiH llllllllllHllllllllli- f ' A Good Point Now and then is rel- ished by the best of men. For instance, do you know that . 1 1 i ifwfr LC4 ( Jp C 1 DUTCHESS TDAITCT7DC . ; ; YPlHj jlmm I WH VJr TQ V P T'" 44 MKK 10c a Button, $1 a Rip A arc adorning the figures of over 2,000,000 satisfied wearers all over the country that they are warrant ed to wear every where. VsA B H I H' H mM m H Miss llcultth Monro, who Is teaching Miss Norlno Ulack, who has boon school nt I't. Pleasant, spent from Thursday until Sunday here, with hor with her parents huro during tho holidays, returned to Howling Green mother. Monday. Mr. U. II. (llllcsplo and daughter, MIw Oraco Harrington Green, of Annetta, spent Thanksgiving day with ' Mr. and Mrs. 1. O. McKlnney, of Louisville, spent last week-en- d hero, tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Morris L. McCrackcn. Mrs. Louis Drown and son, Master KttiihXIk Conway, of Llvornioro, wcro guests Mr. John Webb and sister, Miss of Mr. and Mrs. 12111s Foster last Mabel, of Champaign, 111., came homo week-enlast week on account of tho illness of their mother, Mrs. Palestine Webb. Mr. nnd Mrs. n. K. Leo Slminennan y Mrs. II. E. Mischko has resigned and daughter, Miss Winnie, went to ' Ind., Tuesday. They are her position as assistant operator at , Kvansvllle, expected to return today. the M. II. & 13. Depot, nnd her place lias been filled by 1). N. Crook, of Mr. Walter Parks left Tuobday for Iloherts. Howling Green. IIo was accompanied by his wife, who will stay two A scries of meetings will begin at i' or three weeks in that city. Llbor'.y chin tli, Monday after first Sunday in December. Itov W. O Miss I. on rone Collins, who hns a Hickard, of Owensboro, will assist v position in Greenville, visited her n 1 parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Collins, the Pastor. from Wednesday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Foster, of Owensboro, visited Hov. and Mrs. It. D. Miss Anna Itao Carson returned to Honnctt Sunday and Monday. They Louisville Monday, to resumo her went from hero to Marion, Ky where U studies in tho Conservatory of Music, they will mako their futuro home. after spending the holidays here with her parents. John, John tho Doctor's son i Uought a pio and homo he run ' After spending several days with The pie was eat, John was sweet her mother and sisters here, Miss And John went whistling down Marj Marks returned to Calhoun. tho street. John bought that 1 Monday, to resumo her duties in the pie at. tho Methodist Bazaar. A High School. fi vh .A d. I Tho Do Laval is the most cfUcicnt means of soparatlng cream from milk. It is efficient because 40 years of separator building exporlonco has brought the best construction in every detail. That's why the De Laval skims so close, turns so easy and lasts so long. There are moro Do Laval separators in uso than all other makes combined. Make it an present. One that your wife will enjoy twice a day, every day in tho year, and it will pay for Itself every year you uso It. Ask us about it. as vr--a J. D- - Williams & Sons I Bea.ver Dam, Ky. Both Phones. .,t VsI . jy m wr x? a-- t V W I H M H i I H 1 Dclker Huggles and Owensboro Miss Evelyn Fair Thomas, who Is Wagons arc made of good material High throughout. Wc havo them here at In tho Livermoro teaching school, spent tho thanksgiving holi- the old price. days hero with her mother, Mrs. EmJ. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. ma Thomas. Heaver Dam. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Webb, of Akron, Ohio, were hero last week-en- d on the account of tho sickness nnd death of Mr. Webb's mother, Mrs. Palestine Webb. Mrs. James Lyons and daughter, Friday for Corbln, Ky.. whero thoy will visit Mrs. Lyons' brother, Dr. E. A. Carson, and her bon. Dr. Willis Carson Lyuns. They will go from there to Atlanta, Ga., where they will reside in the future. DorcaB, left - LAND FOR SALE -- BY- MATTHEWS, KEOWN FORDSVILLE, KY. MILLER good." You had better see us today while the "pickin's "Nuff Sed." Real Estate and Insurance Agents II Jk$E&&G6 "sKK fhe Hartford Republican I'UIIUY Sirs. Irn Hcnn and little daughter spent a few days last week In Louis- -' guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Her. DECEMHEK 5 villc, I PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Cal P. Keowu went to Louisville, on business yesterday. He will likely return tomorrow or Sunday. Misses Neoma Mnplo, of Owensboro Mrs. Josle Duke, of Dundeo, is and Hcrnici) Mny, of Louisville, visitvisiting relatives here ed friends in Hartford, last week-end. I- -i Captain Allison Harnett is expected Mr. Hnydon Webb, of IUehton, to arrive hero Miss., canjo homo last week to be with his mother, who died Thursday night. Miss Mildred Tcachout, Fair & Co's. Milliner, is ill, of mumps.. Tho baby girl of Mr. Eck Itials who has been suiiously ill, for the We pay cash every day for eggs anil past week, Is reported much poultry. W. II. ELLIS & 11110. Dr. C. It. and Mrs. Dennett and lit500 to GOO bushels, tle son, of McIIonry, wcro guests of Apply at this office. Mr. and Mrs. Joe C. Ueunctt, Mr:. J. It. Plrtle visited relatives in Henderson and Owensboro, last Mlbscs Eva Taylor spent Sunday week. and Monday in Louisvlllo, tho guest Rev. E. Watt Smith closed a very of her brother, II. U. Taylor and successful meeting at Goshen, last week. Miss t'llfflo Felix, teacher in tho Mr. Tom Stevens, of Utlca, visited Rockport High School, spent last hero, with her mother, Mrs. friends In Hartford, Monday and wook-en- d James Fcll.. Tuesday. Mrs. A. W. Logan went to Levinc- ton last Friday to be with her husband, who is being treated in a hos- Winnie- D., Wlnnio D where have pital of that city. Mr. Logan is reyou been? ported as doing fairly well. I've been to the Bazaar to see my money spin. The Will of Mrs. Hettio A. Knight, Winnie D Winnie D., what did you recently deceased, was probated and do there? ordered to record In County Court I bought aprons and 'kerchiefs by Monday. Mr. J. F. Knight, husband the pair. of tfiC ,jcceaseii Testator was named as executor. Mr. and Mrs. Hookur "Williams entertained u few of their friends at For your stomach's sake use .a their home, near town, Thanksgiving ' malleable- Monarch range. Vitreous day. A delicious turkey dinner was enameled, rust proff. On display enjoyed by the following guests: Mr. here. and Mrs. Sam Harnett, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. H. H. Slnnett,. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Heaver Darn, Ky. Hirkhcad and Mr. and Mrs. Darrul Sullenger. I am prepared to do all kinds of g DKKivS IN HULKUSIIKS. and kindred work Your patronago will bo nppreclatec, Bukarebt, Dtc. 1 So scarce is and I (.hall at all times strive to cloth in Rumania and so high the please. price, children of the poor are being 21!t3 Mrs. DESSIE ItENFIlOW. clad of dresbes of reeds and bulMr. and Mrs. Leo Patton, of Ileflln, rushes and aprons of btraw. left yesterday for Louisville, whero they go to mako their futuro home. Air. Patton having accepted a posl- -Mr. A. Hon with his brother-in-laWord. I dress-makin- TAX PAYERS NOTICE! Oirn for near town. Kale ! Whero aro you going my pretty maid? To tho Bazaar, kind sir, sho said. May I go with you whllo absent from I F xt court? Sure, ices and pio, candy and cake, Buy, buy, buy. You aro a lino Sport. December 9th. scnooi. 92 acres, V2 mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta.,. Ky. Nea all fenced. 25 acres hill land habinnp hnrtnm 3f wnK grass, dwelling, good tobacco barn and feed stable, good orchard, on public road and oh county ditch, all ditch tax paici, nan mue to cnurcn ana scnooi. 180 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acres cleared, balance in woods, dwelling, extra, go& out buildings, fine barn, good water, good orchard, 2 acres grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence. 151 acres, 1 mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 128 aess bottom. 23 acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on public road and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. dwelling, good barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grass.. '1 House and 10 acres of land, just outside the town libiSs of Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine young orchard, 5 acres in grass. A bargain. 211 acres, 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 100 acres cleared, balance in woods. dwelling, two ood barns, fine well, on public road, 4 miles to R. R. Sfcu 25 acres in grass, 8000 feet lumber to go with farnu 80 acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road; aU cleared; 12 acres bottom land, some. timber, dwelling, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, half mile to school, 2 miles to church. 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acres level and in high state of cultivation, well fenced, good dwelling. orchard and nlentv of water. and tobacco barns, on public road, half mile to church and om j K f $ . Mrs. Otto C. Martin and mother, Mrs. Lula Coppngo were called to on nccount Cromwell, last weok-on- d of tho illness of Mrs. Martin's littlo daughter, Lula D., who was with her &c. grand-parontMr. and Mrs. R. B. S. A. BRATCHER; Mr. mid Mrs. Bedford Embry, of Martin. Tho littlo girl has now Mr. .1. C. Rlloy, of tho Citizens' Morgnntown, visited Judge and 19t4 Sheriff Ohio County. Hank, was In Owensboro on business, near Mrs. Mack Cook from Monday until yestorday. Wednesday, laBt. Alvah Landrum, of Uockport, Mr. Mr. James Saii'Jefur, of Chicago visited friends in Hartford, Saturday aKKM'K. 111., will nrrivo here today for a ten Sunday. and days visit with his patents, Judgo Ta TTJ' tMr Mr. Earl Haycraft, of Rob Roy, and Mrs. J. P. i&indefur was a visitor at this office whllo iu Miss Marllssd Foster, of near Hof-lltown, Wednesday. hns been visiting Mr. and Mrs. ;:,:-y-- u -Como In and get your sharo of moat O. D. Carbon. She went from hero ''.3 quick, if you don't It will all bo gono. to Owensboro to spoud a few days. A. J. WILLIAMS. Ah! Ah! ladles, havo you any cream? Yes sir, yes er throo freezers, Clara Leach, of near Heaver Mrs. Dam, hqs been visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Nice chocolato and peach Your cholco of a' saucor of each. P. 11. Taylor this Week. Dec. 9th Basement of M. E. Church AXfOMEN arc re nlly very practical-mindewhen it comes to Kilts. They ' not only buy for others, but prefrr(orthenirelves,tlKothingt which A Miss EiieIo llurmelstor, of Howling have DOL'ULU value slue us property and bcnllmemal value. f Having bought our horse Collars, jcwciry. icrexampic Ihru-.li- t. Green, was tho guest of Mr. and if ( n part o( vanity and Altliouch it Is. nt fi.t buggy nnd wagon Harness early, wo Hoyt Taylor Thanksgiving. Mrs. tin re is a deeper iigmticance to such purchiues. can take care of you. i no worm cnrouroift's yomen anu men, too, lor inai mailer, in mo purcliaso or in the rmns of jewelry. Nowadays rinpj, as an instance, J. I). WILLIAMS & SONS. ore made in n bcwildcr.nx variety of desipn. '1 heru Mai in (or every Bring mo your Junk, Rags, Hides (hide of person rtl ivrsonjlity. Tho W. W. W. Oem Set Itiniw, for lleavor Dam, Ky. men uml vmmui, cro ail guaranteed and con&tltuto the very liucuuient and Furs. 1 pay cash. W e cmuli.TM'o. O. L. 1. SANDEFUR, . In llc-tin fine store, you 4 ill lee so much tliJt ia ln3piratIooaL It U ' a doliWiUu'i-U.Ky. Romombor If you with to save 0110 tu w.t and to kliop. Heaver Dam, 21 at d third or moro of that fnl Jeweler & Optician J. B. TAPPAN, and kiep your room good and warm. Mr L. K- Hvurly, of Atttniua, Hartford, Ky. to liar honm to'toy. aftur you nmy do w by putting is quv et u..o.wllnr a WMlf liai'U Wllk lltf IMT- - thou tamtHtu Ali-tlIlitr$, wild 'KVlA V.W. AQTON URQi. I by guts, Mr. inl Mi Juu 0. Hwnuutt, s, This is the last call for taxes before the penalty goes on. Don't delay, pay now and save more than 6 per cent in penalty, as well as fees for levying, advertising THE UNIVERSAL CAR . The Ford One Ton Truck is serving business just as faithfully and economically as docs the I(ord louring Lar serve all the people faithfully and economically. The Ford Truck is a neces sity to the grocer both in delivering goods and in bringing goods Irom the stations, docks and from the country. It is an ideal motor car because there isn't a want of the farmer or business man that it doesn't supply in the way (of quick transportation at a mininium expense. Come in, examine the Truck, and let us talk over the subject.'' K. 1. llAlt.MCS & lmOTIIKU - r 'Oka GIFTS n, that WOMEN like the mosjjiW M .w Irfe21 7 ' mm mm M. M n Heaver Dam, Ky. c '1k i JOUf iimiiiriiHHVn hlgh-prlM- - ht (gggSgl iiniiin mm t.i-..-- miiimuimi-iiMWMiiiuiMniran- l.i a I j.mni.,..i.nVirii r! -- ,. -- ." . KjljKi rn iit t , u iMr-7srssisssss!sr- r STATU KAIU LOSS IS $H,100, KKKMtilt IIKI'OKTH of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale rrnnkfort, Ky., Nov. Y A report filed today with the State Hoard of Agriculture liy Fount Kremer, sccio-tnrshows that tho 191U Kentucky State Fair was operated nt u loss of $.1,000. The deficit la considered (ninlt whoii it is taken Into considery. ation that the street car strike In Louisville kept enormous ciowds from tho fair and that tho prizo list amounted to $32,000 more than In 191S. Tho prize list for 1919 $110,000 which was an Increase of $72,000 over the 1915 fair. THK U.WHlttTAKKIt'S CIJI2. "Excuse mo, sir," said Hilton, a lit tle timidly, "but j on appear to hel lonowiug inc. is mere anyming you c a package before the war c a package want?" during the war s xpr--- wIt. J. I'.cj noluj TuLucio Co. CopjrlshtiMJby -- .- .sssa . " is" ' Awaiting your taysn, you'll find loppy red bag: tidy red nanaaomo pouna una ttn, pound hair tin humidors end that clasiy, practical pound co stat (lit humidor with, fpone moistencr top that keeps Prince Albert in much perfect condition t j "Well, I'm Just trjinR to find whero you live, and introduce myself, like. I'm McPherson, tho un dertaker," said the burly stranger. "Oh er quite so! I'm pleased to meet you, I'm sure! Hut there'.s nobody ilenil nt my place." "Xae, nae," said tho undertaker, smiliiiK sweetly. "But I just heard ou cough, an' 1 have hopes." Bligh ty, London. 5 c a package NOW THE FLAUOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! certainly get yours when you lay your smokecards on the tablo, call for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count of your smokestunts! Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for the I trou SOl'Tll rAllOM.VA WILL (iKKATLV K.YCI'KI) Ql'OTA South Carolina, given an apportionment of $5, ."00, 000 in the Baptist 7.ri Million Campaign, will greatly c- i coed that quotn, and will probably go beyond $7,000,000, in the opinion of Dr. T. J. Watts, publicity director for that state, who says scores of churches weie dl'.utslle.l Vlth the small tasks awitfniul them, and will do much more. I I'TIICT MIlll'lllM' j III, j. ITIVI'M ...... .....a,..., a...,, a . ii.iu.tii .Tho first veritable platinum ingot .was made by a French chemist, Ca-- I banoau, in ITS.".. Charles 11 of Spain had called him to Madrid and created a special chair of mineralogy, physics and chemistry for him. In his labora tory lie found the secret of rendering the new metal malleable, and this is the way he revealed tho fact to one of his patrons. "Three months later j at the home of the Count of Arnnda. there appealed upon a table an Ingot !ome 10 centimeters cubs (about four Inches,) with a beautiful metallic luster; it was malleable platinum New Yoik Herald. I I .t.OOO-GAM.O- X WMJli.....,,,.,,,,,,,,,,,,, h i Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your t smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your Y&'&kMtB&ZZZ. JK& contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process that its out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's cigarette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard i Prince Albert It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oal! 13 a cinch to roll. o Prince Albert upsets any" notion you ever had as to how delightful a &'& hPK& & lron, jimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation to the joys of smoking. packing! R, I i J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sale- N. C. - wswKmxw&mPs' H be already impressed by the points in BABY TIGER, WRAPPED IX WOOLKXS, liEKT OX STKP.n VIIGKI) common between that period and this one. Springfield Republican. Redwood City. Cal., Nov. "r. J New York, Establishment of a B. Logan, traffic officer, heard a large camp or cantonment for deten A DOLLAR SAVED. whimpering on his front doorsteps tion of undesirable aliens pending here recently and rose from his bed investigation and disposal of their For a limited time we of- to answer. There on. the stoop wn-cases, is the latest plan of the House Immigration Committee now conduct- fer our readers the Louisville basket and in thnt basket, carefullv THINKS A ing an inquiry nt Ellis Island. Daily Herald and The Hart- wrapped in woolens, a "baby." KR1ESIAX COW IS POSSIBLE Logan took tho bundle Into his The camp would be similar to those in ue during the war for the Intern- ford Republican both one home, called his wife, and togetliei ment of enemy aliens and would be year fcr $550. To get ad- they opened the basket. It was a . London. Nov 2.1. Enthusiasts of FOR PERSONAL HYr.tPNP but a baby the Frtis'an cow are now talking o' the temporary abiding place of nil vantage of this low rate you "foundling" a baby the possibility of developing a ."5.000.-gallo- n Dmolvcd in water for douches ttopf Bengal tiger. agitators collected anywhere in the pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflara-motioin advance. "I wish it had been a real baby," cow, now that the 2.000-gallo- n United States, who, by their conduct must be paid Recommended by Lydia E. Finhham Med. Co. for ten year. or utterances, make their further so- The rule applies to both new said Logan. "It eats six times ns annual production mark surpassed by a number of bovlucs of tbh A healing wonder for nnjul cutorth, journ in this country questionable. much as an adult." sore throat and eore oyc Economical. No ono knows where tho animal breed. It is the opinion of tho investigat- and old subscribers. Ht riliJuiiy ctuoiins rd ttcmuciJal t"W, rrro. sue. m uniggisu, er fcy I ing legislators that such a corral When Esko Hetty, first of all. 2.- - j.vi.iit. The ''ailon TotM CcroCMir. Doiloo. Send your order to The came from. irau. Mm. gave 2,413 gallons lst ' .would did HUliHtantiully the work of Hartford Republican. year, critics considered the perform-- j tenlializlng the disturbers and would 1.0(H) SMALLPOX TASKS fiure a freak. Now Kske Hetty has rapid expedition result in much more ,i II .!! hMM.fi Ml ill ARE REPORTED IX ONTARIO a rival Friesian, South!!; Countess, of their exit to the lands from whence I'lilM'i: CAItltlKS WItKATU m ra ifcaKiB .. to noosuvKirs giiavi: Buffalo, Nov. 1 A serious owned by Messrs. Wallace, of Kneh- . they came. The task of deportation, uuiui, umiu yiuiu lias rrucucil it is suggested, will eventually deof smallpox prevails in New York. Nov. '.Edward Al10G gallons in 320 days, while six volve on the Oopai Uncut of Justice Health Commissioner Frnnciak moio of the breed, with different iij.slead of the Department of Labor. bert, Prince of Wales, began the last said and State and local health 1 Iteprcsentative Isaac Siegel of New full day of his Isit to New York to- minorities have asked tho United owners, :.ra on .he way to top the Then-doi- o 2.000-galtc- n matk beioie this year Succeed when everything else fails. York, stated tonight that an addition day with u trip to the grave of Surgeon General to enforce i In nervous prostration and ftmalc Roosevelt at Oyster Bay. Tho States ends. to sixty radicals who, deportation stringent legulations at all ports of vcalcnesse they are the supreme cases have been permitted to lie dor- Prince carried a wieath to place on entry. Thero are 4,000 cases of the remedy, a: thousands have testified. grave, mant, there are about eighty others the late 2,000 FARM HANDS SPURN TOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND r, A IIAV AND tOARDj Tho day's programo called for disease in Ontario and about in which no action has been taken In Toronto alone, according to InSTOMACH TROUBLE his presenco at a noon luncheon at by tho federal authorities for so long is the best medicine ever sold the Piping Hoc,k Club and in tho af- formation received - by Dr. Fronczak. Jackson, Mich., Nov. 29 The farm over a druggists counter. that tho defendants' attorneys are I wiiimiiBpiiii seeking tho freedom of their clients ternoon he planned to play host to Wheezing in the lungs indicates labor situation in thl. district has 1,000 school children aboard the on writs of habeas corpus. reached such a stage thut the farmers that phlegm Is obstructing tho air t)io offering ?G British battle cruiser Renown. n day and board.Stlll Sythe Prince will end his passages. Ballard's Horehound rup loosens tho phlegm so that It can there Is no labor to bo hud. The situvisit to the United States, sailing on of tho most bo coughed up and ojected. Price 25,c ation is classed as duo I Wlicn a the Renown for Halifax. in tho history of tho country. 50c, nnd $1.00 por bottle. Sold by critical woman is For Infants and Children Much of tho farm produce is rotting m ' Ohio County Drug Co. well and because of tho lack of farmhands. It In Use For Over o Years Is Caruso, back in New York, says he hopes enchanted with Mexico, and healthy Is said that tho lure of high wages In Always bears to go thero again. Got all his money XLGHOI.S HKI.I) IX RIOTING there's a tho city factories is accountable for tt.e sparklo in &&& and didn't see a bandit. 'Tho stores ARRlVi: AT PKXm.XTIARY many of the joung men leaving tho Signature of her eyes, a are excellent,' ho says, 'the people arming districts. roso tint in quiet and industrious. The country, Little Rock. Ark., Nov. .,,' Heaviher cheeks, is announced that money to the as much of it as I saw, appeared ly shackled, the twelve Phillips counEGG-A-DA- Y "It HEN TONIC and bho lias Tho olectric street car ty negroes under death sontonces for amount of $400,000 sent by St. Loul-- i piosporous. r i c It rfl d la.st August, accompanying orders system is good and the Mexicans have murder during tho recent negro in- Have you gotten your for supplies advertised by the govern- small open motor vehicles with ten Huircction near Elaine, Ark., arrived Thero'a and wero immediately package of Egg-A-Dment, has been lotumed. Tho gov- seats, which convey passengers rapid- here Hen elasticity in ernment, it now appears, did not havo ly to all tho principal points at ono taken to the Stato penitentiary. Tonic at the store nearest every moveAn earthly fares.' When tho Sheriff and his officois the stuff that had been advertised. and two-cement and a your home? thoy had Boston Globe. Various officials bliuno it on each paradise! left Helena yesterday, spring in her Soventy-flv- o tp eighty-sove- n prisoners. other, but tho fact remains that thero Be sure yourrJiens have a step. l,o vo was gross incompetency as well as Wo ordinarily look to tho elections with prison seutenccs ranging up to warm nest of straw, good comes to every woman who has years, wero loft at tho much red tape in rectifying the error. of tho November before the national twenty-on- o bounding health but when hhe is conventions to throw a big light on State convict farm at Cummins. food mixed with Egg-A-DSt Louis Times. pallid, dull eyed, languid, bho has tho probable action of tho electorate Virtually all of tho boventy-flv- o i Hen Tonic and clean water. no magnetism nor docs bho appeal on convicted It is hard to set) how-- a rupture be- In the Presidential battlo thut Is soon wero Insurrectionists night Give your hens a chance and to any man. tween this admlnlstrutiou and the to follow. Even last year Republican charges of assault to kill or Such a change in feelings and with eggs at seventy-fiv- e American Peduiullon of Labor could siiccoKs in recovering both Senate and riding. looks! House was properly hailed as an be more complete. The question becents a dozen they will pay After suffering pain, feeling nergins to pronont itself whether Pres- Indication of what the peoplo would FARM DUllllAU FOIl.Ml.D vous, dizzy, weak ami draggctl big dividends. do when they reached the ballot box ML.MIILRS WITH d'-ident Wilson will in his second term down by weaknesses of her sex For Sale by lie as thoroughly at odds with orgnn-- i In 1920. The wdoib of 1919 havo, with eyes sunken, black circles and by it huge scale, served notice that r. ized labor us hi Democratic Henderson, Nov. 15. Final organl W Crowdor, Norton. palo cheeks such ft woman is l'lonldont I'luvulaud, during they propose to restore the Republi- isations of a county farm bureau was A. W. Johnston Ding Co, Fords-vlllquickly restored to health by the can party to powui next car. They comploted By his HHcoud tuim, in lSI:i-07- . here today by tho election ftivonto Prescription of Dr. Pierce. breaking tho DuIih rallio.ul strike In are lost distinct In sning so than In ofllcors. Two hundred farmers atChanged, too, pi looks, for after C. C. King, Dundee. year's CongiCkHlrmil buttle, but tended tho meeting today. Tho taking Dr. Pierco's Favorite. Pre1S9 1 because of its luturfuronco with last . A. C. Leach, RoMnu, Ky. the Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. scription tho skin becomes 'clear, now has 023 members. A drive tlie t'nllud KtutoM nmiU, Mr. Clovo-litn- It Is not dlffli.uli t. i 'ii d between Bos-tu- n ( theirs. lliiori'ihiK iui hi iiiuurred a hontlllty in labor tlr-cltA. W. Mldklff. Narrows, II. No. 2. tho eyes brighter, tho chceku will bo uindo to enroll 1.000. I'.l'tbl. plump. L. C. Morton & Son, Conturtowu. uleetoil wuro: J. T, Wilson, that wtu impltienblii ami which It Is purely vegetable, Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. contains no alcohol. prwldiiut; W. W. Cooper, vlco prosl-den- t. wh powerful id oi no nt In brlNKlHK Druggists mII it in tabluta or F. Renfrew k Co., Narrows. II wiry P. Barrott, tniuuror. A Mr. ilryan to the fiont, support ud by j FOR FLETCHER'S liquid. Sond Dr. Pierce, Huifalo, Wallace & Porter. Cromwoll. & ruillml llho (lovoruor Allgelti. of Kcrt)tJiy will be ohotuu by an oxnau A. W. Willis, Ilurlfurd. JlllnoU, In 1G. The country mu.t1 N.Y.i 10s for triu! iJU.Ugt;, live board. DKTKXTIO.V CAMP FOIt L'XDKSIBABLKS a 157 fEvery Woman Wanted Kih . liliMllvMi n. yilii5?L5LaL'iiS ? A --Mothers use M . r r. has-bee- n t tVermif u&e y WS9 Mmp Mmm J sfAI M f mJm A Safe, I M i ! Remedy for Worms II in nr 1 ( out-bie- ak to-da- y, wgit&ro b ttle always on h.iht It will help keen tho UW one happy and healthy. 2V. a bottle at yonr drug or crtirrat tornt or If your dealer can't mmly you end hU name and 21c In tami4 and we'll ud yeu a uollle prompUy. itl rilKra KIlUllUOKra you. ow Re Tfnty At u U tlin trtV mntlnu. lrtlmonl(vl offer Kp f rlt' E. & s. FREY MO. BALTIMORE WILL YOU. TAKE OUR i w CASTOR 30 A NATURS'S MIRROR GERMINAL REMEDY KtvLvtjHHK. A 0 Treabenl WEAR EfflfeAV lor LUNGS or X' CONSUMPTION A quick relief fur that lirrd, rundown (ccllnc. coughs, paint in chrit. nlcht twcali, hrmor rhairei, weak lunct or consumption. It it doc sot help you it costs you nothing. LOCK Dox 610 OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMRIIO n FOR ONE MONTH blood. to-da- y ay . USELIV-VER-LA- X ay For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. V'orA rtirVif nil fin limn Ttnn'f ln 1 from work for tlaya by taking colonm when pleasant iV. Ver-Lo- x koe yo on your feet, whilo relieving your troujy h. Safer too, nnd caay to tako. Donl tako anything else. Yon can't afford U Lirtnlnates poisons, cleanses bvi tern uml reliovea constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural In its actions, huh in its effect uml certain lu results. Iv won't bo long before Liv Vc-La- x will completely disjilaco calomel in even home. Children can taku It freely uni with (Mirfect nafcty. Kvery bottlo iruur nntecd. 60c and in Iwttles. Nor Ktnulno wltlwut tho llkcncKS uml uIrik, turuof L. K. GrigLy, For sale b r i, u, wiLLlAMa, . UfrUor ju produ-entiso- o. liu-le- .1. Children Cry CASXORIA FARM DEPARTMENT. tlnnnco any stockman In tho county who wishes to purchaso puro-bre- d aires while at tho stock bIiow. Wo wish to, link up with your orpanlzn-iuoinb6rHon In this campaign In every posHlblo way." x Tho Dopartmont of Agrlculturo In ron,lv '" m lho campaign any Coif In Planning ninth ItoaiN. In view of tho present widespread llvo st(lcU mvncr who f,1,s out tho activity In every form of road build- - Prescribed blank and hoo It proporly lug, and slnco nearly all public roads 'certified ns described In Iltoraturo nro laid out originally ns earth roads, Maw ,,ulnK distributed. Tho listing tho Bureau of Public Heads of tho f dominant breeds by counties, too, attracting nttontlon and counties Pnltud States Uepartmcnt of Agrlcul-.'- s turoturo 0111phnsl7.es tho bearing that Interested ln that phase of tho cani-th- o location and design of dirt roads ,l'nBn 1R' bo enrolled nLnny time. Improve-- j lia,vo on futuro high-wa- y Uniform new bags, tightly packed niont. In locating and designing! public roads tho following consilient- - nni Mcnl,y scwcu- - Blvo the Hpmont ,"f w"'' n Kml OPPcaranco that brings tlons should bo homo In mind: curves should bo avoided a ,)cltcr Sharp they nro a menace to traffic. ' T homo c,lrl"B of l,or, sn"3 thu The width should bo amjilii for vi- -! g hlelcj to pass cneh other without Icav- - United States Department of Agrlcul-Injt,,ro' ,s II Kort Practice nnd should be tho traveled wnyj If n road ever becomes of any con- - "'"ru extensively adopted, sluerable Importance, Its users proba- Tho labor and annoyance of thrash- bly will demand that all tho steeper ,,ua,m ,l0 Kavotl by feci1-.- .. niaxl- - '" grades bo reduced to the lowest . . .. conioriu 10 .1 gun- - Imr tlu mi v. linn n lmv tn lines ill the " mo " liuni tluil woum De eral topography of tho region which winter, says tho United States Tho beans partment of Agriculture. the road travorsos. and save the purhot tho road planners remember supply tho protein aVl midlines. The chaso of tankage tlint nvliln frnm Ihn nilvruitimes to ' tll,! " toRother with tho of traffic of a short route, each mile tho hogt additional road Involves a consider.-!-ll- leaves of the plants which condition. expense for mainten- eat. keeps thorn In good ixtrtt yearly n 'hay and corn make an ideal ance, and this nlono may warrant tlio winter feed. txtra expenso of shortening tho route when the road Is constructed, Surgeons agree" that In cases of that the decrcum! In distance cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the tloVs not materially Increase the steepfirst treatment Is most Important. ness of tho grades. When an efficient antiseptic is np- -- ..., i,ami uae Hiiou... ., .m ,3 no danger of ' H d Iiriltly, lhoro in f.ir ns this may lio done with- - infection and tlio wound begins to out decreasing tho usefulness of lho heal nt once. For uso on mifn or road or Increasing the ultimate cost. beaHt, llorozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic Tin' pleasing features of tho route nnd healing agent. Iluy it now and Iteniom-be- r jdinuld not bo overlooked. Price bo ready for an emergency. a largo part of tho travel 2r.c, 50c, that $1.00 and Sl.GO.Sold by on most country roads Is for pleasure. Ohio County Drug Company. m Avoid tho ncceslty for subsequent changes HOOKWOItM HIT IIAItl) changes In location. Such nearly always work hardships on i.v wokumviih: vmnr muuu of those who have built homes tlong the original highway. Now York, Nov. 29. Growth of fight against tho tho world-wid- e hook-worwas announced in tho anWool, Imports Doubled. Imports of wool during tho five nual report of tho International aver Health Hoard of tho Hockef oiler uur pro war period, 1910-1agwl U07,riSa,7t2 pounds annually, or Foundation, made public here loss than half the present ,)ay. Urazll, Central America, tho according to tho IJureau of West Indies, tho Far East ami 12 Imports, Markets of the United States Depart- states ln tho United Slates, the report As the popula- - J).1VS( NVcro enlisted in Agriculture. nieiit of Hon of tho United States has been 1 campaigns last year. Requests for aid in combating the creasing so iiavo tin' Imports of wjiol For tho fiscnl year ending June :!0. disease were received from Columbia, 191S, this country Imported South America; the Uarbadoes, Curapounds. Dusing l'Jl'J. the cao and Santo Domingo, West Indies; tho Madras Presidency, India; total importation nnovntt'd to pounds, or more than doubli ln the Federated Malay States average. From January nnd Muiitlus. . tho pre-wKt'iitiuKy Fights Disease. to August, inclusive, of the present dc- Quo of tho most significant year (eight months) moro wool was Importcd than during any of the voi1)ments 0f tho past year is ro- pros- years mentioned, nnd tf ,)rte,i to have been tho increased cut average monthly impons oi .10.- - fancu,i participation jif official Ill, n,rr.Inu l.i 111.. Hit OC imlllllll . l IlinlntnlUed tlll'll- . !. "" out tho remaining minium ..F ...ll.l war. In tho United States there were .. . , mu inuw ndded to the list of States actively niaius ...111 I. vear, tho uuituu r.il more than 4110,00,000 pounds dur- engaged against tho dlseaso the lowing: ing the present calendar year. Alabama. Arkirunu, Georgia, N. JIKill PRICES PAID FOR APPLES Carolina, S. Carolina, Kontueky, Ma- ryhind, Louisiana, Mississippi, Ten- lligb Prii'i's Pnld For Apples. Tho coinmorclal applo crop for tlyj nessoe, Texas ami Virginia, In tho West ladles, lliitish Gulnin, United States is estimated at 2:t,177,- 000 barrels, or an Increaso otvl 05,000 St. Lucia, St. Vincent and Trinidad barrels over tho September estimate, wero Unlisted In tho work; In with a production of 24,- - trnl American: Costa HIca, Guatama- 721,000 barrels In 191S, jiccordlng to la, Nicaragua, Paniunu and Salvador; tho October report of tho Ilureau of In tho Far East: Coyion, China, Fiji, Crop Estimates, United States Do- - Seychelles, Slam, and Queensland Prices paid Australia, liartment of Agriculture. Commits Ytll r Foer. for this fruit, from cldors to A grade, Tests of thousands n't viflims of aro tho highest slnco npplo growing 'hookworm were mudo last year, tho became a comerclul industry. 'report says. Examination of 10,000 Tex., who Dog legislation (ilvs Protoitlon For soldiers at Ca..ip SliiM'p. 'had tlii d!soa. ihpwod a doflclency Connecticut of a:i per cent in mentality. Similar from Information shows that In the year ending Sept. tu"J ninoi ? 340 fiilmtn of Queons- :i0, morn than b.d'iO dogs w'ero killed land, Australia, showed a roturdutlon finny woro shot of about two yoars In mental growth, by dog" wardens laboron .;ul- whllo interfering w.tli "hoop. Les.i in Costa Rica alxty-sl- x Jnjury to hhcop has ri'fulted than In tlvated on la acres im.i a mouth any previous year duo, porhnps to tho nftor treatment than boforo. Malaria and yellow fovor received roaming dog law which marked attention last year, thu re- went Into effect July 1. An ' arrangement Tho sheop industn in Connecticut port set forth. per cont tho past was made with tho Government of has Increased MVj 'two years and Is still growing. Tho Ecundor. South America, to free that Stato legislature recently upproprlut- - country, und tho west coast of tho d Control by' tho Con- - continent of yellow fever. eil $10,000 to Agricultural College In of Malaria lies within tho financial npptlcut abilities of American communities, furthering tho sheop Industry. I H VISITINO NtJItHK IN i:VI!UY COUNTS.' PIjAX Hotter organization, and better ninoni; tlio orKnulzntlons cxnltlnr; woro tho thomes of ad- drtv.es when tho Gloucester county N .1, Hoard of Agriculture recently held a boat picnic, in which 8G0 por- roiiH, 00 pur cent of them farmers land of tholr families", partlclpat- ed. w nrrntiRliiR for a carload of stoclt-tiperali- 'men to ko to tho Pacific Iutornntlon-noal nt Portland. Wo liavo offered to w rn - I,rIcc-becaus- e '' ""' Soy-bea- pto-vld- cd J 1, Thurs-noinctlili- ig ti-- What 1h to bo done with tho money from tho salo of Hod Cross seals In Kontueky this year? This Inquiry Is hoard from many persons not Informed of tho fnct that most of tho money used to fight tuberculosis by lho Kentucky Tuborculosls Association, to provide visiting nurses to teach tho vlctlmu of the plnguo nnd their families how to tako care of thomsclvcs, comes from tho sale of theso little Red Cross Christmas seals every winter. A visiting nurse In ovory county of Kentucky and a dispensary under tho direction of tho ablest physicians obtainable, besides traveling cllncs to go from county to county wiioro neod-c- d in tho fight against tuborculosls In tho State are the objects toward which Dr. J. S. Lock, exccutvlo secre tary of tho Kentucky Tuberculosis Association, Is bending his energies nnd which tho money from tho salo of Red Cross Chrjstmas Seals will make possible, If enough of tho seals nro sold between December 1, when they nro placed on salo, and December 10, whn the drlvo for tho salo of Red Cross Christmas SSals in Kentucky will bo finished. Visiting nurses nro needed badly ln some of tho counties where there a nro many cases of tuberculosis, largo number of which could be cured, It given propor attention, to say nothing of tho prevention of tho de velopment of other casea through proper care of the patient3, which the visiting miRio teaches. The death rate from tuberculosis and the number of cases has been greatly reduced wherever visiting nurses have been available, and tho salo of tho Red Cross Christmas Seals furnishes tho funds with which the Kentucky Tu berculosis Association fights tho by sending these vlsitlrg plague nurses to tho rescue. For the benefit of those who hern tofr-- e have purchased larger, quan tities of the Red Cross Seals than th.' could make use or, the Health Bond, iu denominations of $G to $G0O Is bolng Issued this year. Many of s, theso will be hold to generous and It is likely the program for the relief of thoso suffering from tho plague as outlined by Dr. Lock will bo made possible by the additional sales of the Red Cro3s Scali. Tho National Tubreculosls Association has sent Captain M. B. Thweatt, until recently an officer in tho United States army. Into Kentucky tu help organize tho campaign to sell these stamps and bonds. The campaign starts December 1, and It Is hoped tho State's quota will bo sold by the 10 th. Row a Dig New S'ork Gtocery Keeps Down Vroomo & Co., RAT-SNA- sX. AfiA- AOViQaaaaaBaHal HhCXIaaaaW A vtatirS best pal is his smoke aaitfBjBaakhaaSanSBfcha-BSlaalaaVB- f I jUaaaaaiaaaaaaaaH - "Knew weM get together" Ches. Field TTERE'S where the particular smoker JTJ. meets the particular smoke Chesterfield. r Particular is right! Not only do wc use the four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco Xanthi, Cavalla, Smyrna and Sam-sou- n but to these we add the rich, sun-ripen- ed leaves of specially choice Domestic tobacco. Fine as these tobaccos are, it's the exclusive process by which they are blended that gives to Chesterfields that satisfying ' body, that mellow richness which makes a smoke mean something. Chesterfields certainly do satisfy as no other cigarette has satisfied you before and to top it off, they are packed in a glass-in- e paper package that preserves for you all of that delicious flavor. f2Zr25vtevv&eC 379,-123,9- lttif.s. 421.-411,6- n, ar p-- e w-.- te l,. I is, Cheese merchants, New York City, says: 'We 5T2, u. " 1 3S?V f .1 ! P In our collar all the keep oJ . . . 5&v7W-. time. It keeps down rats. Wo buy-i- t be by tho gross, would not bo withP out it." Farmers uso rats pass up all food for Thrco sizes, 2Gc, GOc, ?1.00. Sold and guaranteed by ly 30 now. He Is nlsp responsible for Government without cost. MInklor J. F. Casobler, Acton Bros., Tay- BAPTISTS WIMj ERECT ADDITIONAL HOSPITALS the type of mine planted in the North and his aide, Harry Adams, risked lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. Sea to hem in tho German fleet. Both their lives repeatedly., testing tha As a result of tho Impetus given Inventions were turned over to tho bombs. PRINCE BIDS ADIEU TO UNITED STATES to the work of Christian healing by t"ho Unpilrt 75 Million Campaign, a Now York, Nov. .,! "J havo had number of now Baptist hospitals will HftSEQESZTani a most enjoyable timo and I hope bo erected within tno Southern states during tho next ..ar Virginia will to como back and see mora of the EsSldB'en employ its Is Hpi'.il apporti , .cent In country." With this valedictory campaign in tho erection of a &3SS&SSK&& SSSSSKSSSKSKK Albert, prince of Wales, brought tho Trxvi.riiBa visil to New J hospital within her borders; North to an end his five-da- y this Carolina will raise $100,000 to use In York and started for Halifax afternoon on board tho British battle stimulating local efforts in several of its largo cities toward tho founding cruiser, Renown. of hospitals; Alabama will raise It was a busy day for tho heir to tho British throne. Ho reviewed and $102,000, and Arkansas $200,000 delivered a short nddress to a gather- for now Baptist hospitals yet to bo ing of Boy Scouts nt the Columbia located. Kentucky Is raising ?2G0,-00- 0 Ibe Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been for the erection of a hospital at Yacht Club and bado farewell to tho in use lor over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Bapcorps of newspaper men who had ac- Louisville, whllo an additional and has been made under his per- tist hospital has boon authorized at companied the royal party slnco tho ZS7.4 ,4 snnnl Runervlslnn ctnr Its infoni-ir- . making four for Texas. 'C6CCn4tyZ prince's arrival. Then ho bestowed San Antonio, Allnur nn imp tn liAMiira'ttnn in decorations on nearly a hundred of All Counterfeits, Imitations and "Just-as-gooare but Tloartburn is a symptom of indithoso who had been In charge of tho gestion. Take a dose of Hcrbino ln Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of arrangements for Ma entertainment Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. such cases. Tho pain disappears inhero. At luncheon on board the Re- stantly. Tho bowels operate speedinown ho was host to Admiral Slins ly and you feel fluo, vigorous and Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, and his stuff and Sir Robert Borden, cheerful. Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains premier of Canada. County- - Drug Co. iu neither Opium, Morphine & Butter .s.:' 4&ti iHj ana me oiena . can't copied 23 msdk ' m td 20 for 20 cents RAT-SNA- so P. RAT-SNA- Ed-wa- id Cry for FfieMieir's d" !. What is CASTOR! A - -- tho report asserts. coughs that, roslst ordinary remedies requlro both external and Internal treatment. If you buy a dollar bottlo of Ballard's Horo-houn- d Syrup you get tho two remedies you need for tho prlco of one. Thoro is a Merrick's Red Peppor Porous Plnster for tho chest, free- with each bottle. Sold by Ohio County-DruDeep-seate- d g la at- campaign active attention ..on tho Pa- trading ....... . r.!i itcceiiiir mo uniicii clflc re- SUtoH Department of Agrlculturo eolved a letter from n bank at Hand. tho following Oregon containing A Hunk better-slrc- and lletlor Siren. i hef Cmise You Only Seo One. Hut." .11.1 nr.illv ciilllll t fllllllll I1IV , i cellur full. They ale my potatoes, p I got 5 dead After trying rats, ino rest niter, mur Phm up If '""- -. ..temenls: to uUt this com- - there nro ruts urouud your place, fol- 'Wo nro nnxluun example. Three Mr. While In every way pobslble and novo low 1.00. Sold and SBc. GOc, and improvo- Leu conducting a k ThU KUMinMltml by cttinpals" for omo time. J. V. Ouwbler. A.lun llro... Tuy. brought In 1G reKUIred wo aro lort luue Store, William, k Duko. bulU iluco March I, and 111 The s Mr. I'ml Wl.lto Says, "Don't Idle 1U-- . Co. Buy Farms. Rich on Slnco hundreds of Estill county, Ky., citizens became rich from the salo of oil leases and from oil royal-tic- s on tholr lands, It is estimated that they havo Invested over 2,000,-00- 0. Iu Bluegrass, Indiana and Ohio farms and havo removed to other sections. This Is one of. tho very rem markable results of Estill county's oil boom. OH . nor other narcotic substance. Its age is Its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been Inconstant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating tho .Stomach and Bowels, aids of Food; giving- healthy and natural sleep The Childrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. ."OS k GENUINE CASTORIA the Signature of ALWAYS yBears ". i- -.., KAXSAXS VOLUNTEER TO WORK IX MINKS COVEUNMEXT NAMES MAN WHO INVENTED DEPTH CHARGE The Navy Department, after maintaining tho soret during tho war, uuiiiiiiuoed the name of thu American Inventor who coucoivud tho depth bomb which wu thu moat wuapon aKaiiut the Herman TU man l Cheater T. MtkuiRrluiM. IHuhltr, oi Xtmnurt, It. 1. lie U uu- - rat-ma- . . - HAT-SXAP- ." llve-Htoc- !.. Zk Topeku, Kan., Nov. 27 By 0 a." moro than 400 men had responded lo Gov, II. J. Alloa's oull for volunteer coal digger. Thu applicant ur bending hi nuniiM In groups, representing oiKaulzatloiu by puitlen formed In vuiioux towns, some of them in thu coal Hold und by ludlWduaU. in. to-da- In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMfc eiNTAUH OOHH4NV, NSW VONK OITV. 'i AM S f mi miiOioipii'flti qwwfpwwmij tui'ai Rmuwugdii U."-.- . L i ' S 15 nKWraraii3KTErxjwKii (pent Saturday night and Sunday RETURN TO WAGER OF BATTLE ML HERMON HOLY GROUND with rolatlvqs lioro. Mimes Myrtle Carter nnd Nlnn " Many Nations Have Bull Their TemUy 1. tt. Claire.) Cornoll; Messrs. Wnlkcr Oartor, Les Warfare of the Future Likely to Gq ples on the Elevation of Which Restricted to Comparatively n Mu week I write to earn lie llnirerman nnd Allen Carter,' who Mb David Snug. .Few Combatants. at Hartford ,vJal! brimel and on tho sovonth 1 are attending school Mount lUriunit. sacred mountain of 4fawlr mi hour of lolsnro to writing spent Thanksgiving with their parA dny, not fur removed, mny conic old Republican, to which ents. when the embattled hosts of rlvnl na- Syria, rises, n silent sentinel, above o of nsocl.i-SftwXxm tainnfl h.v a Several from here attended tho tions will Rive place n a, wager of tho fruitful fields and vlneynrds of Tor n dally paper I write to Singing Convention at Nooreok Sun- battle to decide the con flirt. The bat- Lebanon nnd Damascus. Cut off freim tle will then lie confined to tho com- its range of the Antlilbnnus by the .Tsmti. lo pniertnln, to Inform Its day. It has kept Its deep vory slow at batant nlonc without violent Interfer- lonelyvalley of Rnradu lJHiiiKiuid readers, hut when I Tho river is falling ln.wr vigil through the ages. The ence wllh the peaceful pursuits of l) tw tin- npnuhllcan It carries this place. noncombntunts or destruction of their Hebrews called It Hermit. tryit-putttfc juirwnul olomont of n letter to in to legonel the wicked angeN In Uiclr properly. ih nrt neighbors and I turn to km ma coi-dmaJrvrwl First, however, we mut evolve fall from Pnrnil'se landed on Herman laGJ&r ' (ICI)KKi:i DKrUUTKI) great engines of destruction, so per- and gave It Its imtne. I tftfr h with genuine pleasure. giant the old Like n whip niwitr '.return to Hartford to live, fect that n few skilled heroes will diDec. I. The deportahead rect each ono of them. These wnr ma- mountain helds Its Ztui I shrill always regard It as my tion of Kmma Goldman as an anar- chines will be so costly Hint only n above the clouds. At sunset these tU Jlnnie 'Town." chist was ordered Saturday by tin few great powers will have the re- clouds turn to rose nml gohl, the mounof Labor. I vnuit to serve notice on Fluke Department It is likely sources to ronstnirt nnd maintain tain top limiting like n torch against IB' them. Wise legislation and skillful the sky. As the sunlight fades the mow that Heads will he strung that sho will be sent to Russia. akrM systems of taxation will be necessary evening mists wrap old Herman's head U(7 hm1 Jar hotween hereafter. If he in announcing its decision to de- to organize the whole people for their In vails of gray nnd white. "The tfwjMo-- i come across with tho Streaks. port tho woman, the Department of support. A chosen few, picked eild man of the mountain from white-hair- ed J'K7it r.t'ing to supply all the rotten Labor issued the following statement: Hie whole nation, will man them; men bus donned his nightcap for the night," nuB Jfur Ahp Republican. "The Department of Labor, As- In the full vigor of their streuslh. the people of the .surrounding plains sistant Secretary Past, acting, today physically perfect to endure the terri- tell you. The mountain's foot Is covered with J ti$ coming In South Frcdrlca ordered that the case of Kmma Gold ble strain, nnd powerful of brain to every Intricacy of oaks, poplars meet nnd .Sttu Sr.mlay nftcrnoon with "Hrook-jrlr"- . men lie c!no(i and mat sue lie de- mechanics surmountevery dlflleulty of the '.i en.tn nn occasional and dense luxuriant nnd of bni' e were cutting about his usual ported. The plaoj in hereafter to bo vineyard. Thfwlnes of Damascus ore strategy. "Vif'; I ,by the department. Tho Wfr i .speed when a big man, with a determined Above nil, theo hen supermen famous throughout the Orient. The I call- - Bureau of Immigration .vr. attempted to puss us. will recom- must be of such unswerving clicnu'ter mount nln springs keep the vnlli'ys Si....-4w cV to tho big man, but ho was mend that It be Russia and it is liketlmt they will, day In nnd day our. well supplied with water. Higher up l W fur back to hear me, "Stranger, ly this recommendation will bo ap- without Mirce-iso- , unflag- are the rlilns of former temples, built devote their "". proved." ging zeal to the jrreut task of defend- centuries ngo, their entrances facing DOisIo." sun. In the oM days the j the The Goldman woman Is now in cus- ing the civilization for which they The evolution and the Inrrrns-In- s pious ioiks ot me vauey ciininou ine kj Snj FlnTic, a man of your liberal tody at Kills Island, Now York. Alexside their holy economic burden trndti .tufrte needs to llvo In a larger ander llerkman,, another anarchist, is of Ibis machinery will of malnteniir..'e mountain Tim to worship emnf vnrlotM I jj w trtimle: nre make war the news-opr- - also For Your Own Use or for Christmas Gifts Buy detained there pending his deUr huA "work on a morning including Greek, Rotnnn nnd u luxury of the most powerful stales Have thought of you often portation. I nnd will cause the nrea of war con- Hebrew. rxvwll- - when I'd ho eating a mid- i iMvlel pang of Hermon and the stantly to recede. nations "will Coaklcy Taylor, Assistant at the lo- no longer be nble toSinall wnppor with the chorus girls, maintain military 'onling breath of the winds blowing e, has been at his homo establishments, nnd eventually the mil- from its ley summits. As the giver of vifiiv tho show. I eat at a separate cal tout at the somo Cafeteria. This at Muceo, this week, stripping tobac- lions of men who now battle upon the nil good things, of wine nnd cool wart:0l. f.eltl of honor will have beui replaced ter, ()f timber nnd olives and breezes arjTf.-ilnpaper work would be Just co. In summer e'.ays, of talei of wonder & "y- by a contest nmong n few men In conIfc thing for you, as Miss Tinsley NOTES OF I.Vl'KRKST TO ( P.ODV trol of stupendous imithluer.v. KUery and angels for the winter nights, the cwHlfijot expect you In until two in liny them tomeiriow wi say, for llii'.v likely will not be lni lhe people of old looked to Hermon ns n C. Stowell in the Century Magazine. l)bf morning. .ilin-- s aro beiunel l storehouse of treasure set up by a a day after. Such wry After si 'Acek's hustle, btu.ll? ' will a iil-disposal. beneficent Petty. TJae e'lrys are deluded Into believ-Sasslh- much cussing on Tinsley's part, he WORRY OVER SMALL THINGS We illustrate four eif (lie edbt ntlnuilje new models tlmt have brought about prohibition In and a few of his devoted followers, just arihed. They aiv iiiiulc of imlil) falirle--s ((hsirgelto rnK. Msun- A DOLLAR SAVED. tfcrwnsboro, hut they didn't. The those most skilled in the art of coax- Unfortunate Habit of Making Creiw ele Chine and Tub Silk) in a thoroughly dependable) manner talns Out of Molehills All Too zray dirt It by drinking up all that ing a squirrel to pose for a shot, took For a limited time we of- 3 anil cut em line's that insure pcrfret lilting. Common With All. leave last Thursday on board tho fair oas. oat of bond. Due to the fer our readers the Louisville t B fact that the ninny large sailngs of tin' Wilt! HMOR PI,A. and thu Ship Angler, which they had prelnaleriaN weie pttre'li.iMsI many inontlis un for alxuit "One of the foolislu-s- t things ws mor-t'll- s 11 Is amusing to the disinterested viously loaded with (milts, straw matdo," said Mr. Cire.tebar. "Is to nmke Daily Herald and The Harthalf what I hey would eost teiday, tlie'y are prh-e-t- l at just 9,".00. tresses, bed .slats, bacon, corn bread mountains out of molehills. to discover how many 'Ibo manlier In which W1RTIIMOR RI.Ot'.SES are made ami nolel ford Republican both one f "Half the weirry nnd diMres In the finding "disappointment and in short every thing necessary for fcro iiiiixtitutes an absolute assurance tb.it under any and all To get ad - d jou ge-- f the very L'TMOST feir your aciont how close they were to Ed a vcek's pleasant outing, not to men- world conies from this unfortunate year for $5.50. I'xpe'iidltum when (lie ltUin.se yoti Marrow. Hut then there aro not tion something they curried In a jug. habit. II breeds distrust, eicates hard vantage of this low rate you j 3 till Ikmts the WIRTILMOR maris- J5 resembling vinegar, which he and feeling, breaks up friendMilps mr.kes i KBWuyh offices to go around. i i It makes misery muse oe paici in aavance. )i Doc Pirtie made down here in the discord in families. nil around, and nil this In ntti" hunI would suggest to Ohio county basement and which is highly recom dred nnd ninety-nin- e cases out of u The rule applies to both new tobacco to mended for snake bite. The party thousand for jut nothing. Axrwam not to rush their and old subscribers. "Tho commonest form of molehill U OwBsslwro until the market gets returned Tuesday wet, but not soak- Send your order to The JKrmly Uetter prices than od: duckless, sciuirrelless, apparently the spoken weird. Somebody says something to us that wo think Is mean,, or Hartford Republican. less. Vjsfc .year are in prospect for sound friendless but not forlorn that we tidal; Is suspicious, or lack-in- ? reitory tobacco. 1 believe Burley In appreciation, or twitting or sar- SHEEP RALSIVd EXPERTS IN' will lose nothing by selling IJIW'KXIIANTS OK RATS castic, and right nway wo beglm to TO P.OLSTER LVDfSTRY TEN YEARS MIMISHR MILLIONS brood over It, to let It rankle In us, firmly set- ivifoon us tho market is Chicago. Deo. 1. RehahilRation of it, to make a mountain of it. London, Dec 1. In ten years the "It Is at le'ff-- t au even chance tliat the sheep raising inelii'try. said to be MKVL1S. descendants of a single pair of rats Hie little thing of that sort that dis In a Mel plight .is a result of the war, If allowed to multiply undisturbed tresses us o was never meant that was being planned' at a conference ' '.Mr. Uryant Holbrook. of Hartford. expt rts in would number 48,::i9,C:tS,St:S,030.-"11,72- 0, way nt" all. Rut suppose It was meant here today. Eignteen V3kdiw) Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan, according to figures prepar- to be .sharp. What eif It? We are nil sheep raising anil wool culture, reprehuman, nnd the best of us uro liable to senting tho industry!' interest's In the ed for the board of agriculture by a make little MIrs at times and say lit- Isaiue number of States comprise the In the heart of the garden spot of Florida. Don't stop n 'Mr. Kenneth Awkey and sister, Ef- This calcula tle thoughtless things scientist. that wc ought assembly. ting who have been visiting their country-wid- e joll js an incident of the off until you reach Bartow. Now is the time to buy while not to. Important rectmendationw aro exmiKliv Mr. S. L. Whittakor, for the campaign being waged against rats "Rut why .shnnlel we nmke mounland can be had reasonable. Good orange groves earn vrun lew weeks, returned to their which are said to do a yoarly dam- tains of such molehills, of things that pected from the mooting to the Dwould have hee-'Jamt ai Mt. Carmel, 111., Sunday. forgotten tho next epartment of Agriculture on the wool from $(JO0 to .$1,500 an acre, and if you buy before crop age in the United Kingdom amountmoment if we did not dwell on tlnim, !r.d""t-- y as it affects clothing prices. is gathered 3tc, and Mrs. Hipsley Riggs, of ing to ?200.00O.0OU. you get the fruit. Orange trees in full bearkeep thinking of thein uud biooel over . M. it. Marshall, chief, and l. uwur r.erulvo, visited at the home of work ing and all kinds of tropical fruits. Vegetables grow betdrug steires would -- have to themi until finally we magultkd them liedell. In rharrtr of Bj: nnd Mrs. Virgil Itlggs, a fow days Moit of the Bureau oC Animal industries, ter here than any place in the South. quit business If the girls nowadays Into great grievances?" tssl week. Corn, oats, beans, complexion from got their their nre atlondlug. 'Mr. C. Whittakor and mother soy beans especially, hay, peas, etc., grow well. Buy while Self Education. o0 mother.!. in Owensboro Sunday. Somo of the be.st eilueaii'i men nevDon't let tho little annoyances that you can. 'Mr. Perry Kirk, of this place, who The reason why so many deaf per- er went to college'. One of the most come with each passing Jny rob you V: ill, for tho boon dangerously sons hear better while riding on eminent geologists never went y to of the joy anil gladness that the fnw V'ocks, was taken to tho school. Many college tinlver-lttrains is because the rumbling tT tha gruiluates think tlie.v nnd neepdre'l brighter thlngi always bring. kwunr-ita- l lp Owensboro, Tuosday. have 'Mr and Mrs. N. M. Russell visited heavy wheels on the track causes the the sum eif human knowledge uiiei rest The cheapest and best land to be had in the south. All In on their oars for the THvr. of their Ilvos, nd Mrs. Willie Johnson Sunday. drum of the ear to vibrate, and this way increases the capacity to while others with Inferior ueivutitmrts kinds of farm products grow well. Northern farmers are Xlr. Griffin Rowan, of Rockport, puss them In the pursuit of knowlod.-e- . vn&tvi his uncle. Mr. Ancll Pattern, hoar. growing rich m Mississippi. Timbered lands for sale. Om eif the wt- -. men In tho xhI ifrv Patton. Saturday night and MA.J. CJ. T. ISKRIIY TO RE country, who became preuulnen? in" STATE "ISUY" DEPUTY business and ellplomney, left iltst Pal Foster and family, Mr when sixteen years or ngo to iityr aJ Mat Aloe Cnrson. and Mr. Josso Wushingtein, Dec. 1. Ropresonta-tiv- o the services of a linn of Eot Lt'llu merehniits In the old days eif sui'Ji." ublie I leal Mi Auihorith's Piwllct ItM ttnvj uud family visited Mr. and i 7 Klncheloe reoomrannded Maj. (J vessels. He made many voyage's lemnj Ri'i Tlw. Joe Foster, of Owensboro Sun- Ky.. for the Cnpe of Rood Hojie and ilefvof- -J Talbott Rerry, Morganfield. as deputy prohibition his time on shipboard to study. He Si.'j-a- l place attended appointment from this Ciiaiel Agniusi It IJy Rudeliiig P. S. --Two members of our firm are in the south and emfeircement officer for tho state of rc.'iel every weird In one of the- - ejucyclo-peell16 bwrylng of Mr. Tom Bulrd, which The Rloeid. eif that day anil learned .s'yeu He in assured thut Major know these propositions to be as represented. Kentucky. it.tkk fiiaco Sunday afternoon at the In this Rerry will be api"'"t'd P'!rr Hor or eight langim-ros- .p.iieil m. wot tr he. iTw .Villi llurylng Urouud. Uie li. Eesl the Ihm hi wfjuiu Hie ry couuly utluruuy tliree leriu.i fedi'nil government could find In the Hloo' Anil Increase's StrciiKtlt and Hovved for a time In tho Ken Unlti'd .Stntes for special diplomat'; Dl'KEIIUItST. vixnmMKzmuwmamsmKmsssKa tucky work. Whenever u .subject arose In SttrKiHin floneral lllue, eif the Unit- fl conversation with which In was unf.i-mili- ed States Publitf Health Service, in a Tk jiast week was a verydiusy eno LONE ItlllTISI! TROOPER he looked It up In some book At- - farmers as tho recent rains tir RULES (10,000 TURKS of reference' nnd he suld hi never for-ge- recent statement from Washington, season. fiMinoil a fluo tobacco wbnt he about a matter that warns tho public that tho ;hnt few Iuads of teibaceo have been influenza epfdomlo will probEngland. Dec. I Among Interested him nt the time. His wus llristol. ably- return this fall and winter. All the war rulers of the earth Rristol a perfect system eif Hr and Mrs W. C. Wado entortain-- 4 claims honors for Trooper Thornoy-ciof- t. Now York C'oiunnucliil. medical nuthoritle ngreo that the pound party Thanksgiving U n Indivldua wouk,, bloodlesb, r. '1'i, son of u 'Cygtt most enjoyable time was 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will Fancies of Children. ii, morn likely .to- contract this (as during a troop strundod The Spi'ctutor speaks of that "region well us any other infectious dlseaso) TbiisM preitunt were: Misses take town property in exchange. movement In Turkey ho appolntod Into which the 'grownup' bus no right town uml Ethulyn Thomas, Myrtle governor of sixty village and of entry, uud no key to (urn the lock," than is the btroug, rohubt, 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court jmI .V.nruret Carter, (ioldu and Mao himself man or woman. In view ot these administered the affulrn of 00.000 the mlnil of the child, mid then gives House. One-ha- lf bottom, the rest upland. lMuwIH, Vent S3d Tina MIdkltf, Lona persons until found and relieved by some Instantaneous Hashes uf the child facts, it Is wise to use every effort 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good road tei build up the biooel and thus IntimU. Mlanch Hickey, Sudlo Alien; it squad of Allcuhy's Holelluru. point of view, u iiolnt of lev disconWallace, Ooldon Leemurd 73 acres near Newville. thkmr 5 room cottage, stable' certingly nloif and apart from thut of crease tho bodily resistance to the UMMarii, Kdwntd Leo, Marcellus Hart-l- t "grownups." A child, on a torpedoed of the germs of the disease No mutter bam and other buildings. Price $3,500. ship, when everyone wus ttnxlouMy Oudo's Pepto-MugWalker .end Allen Carter, Guy , is an absolutely How deep 119 acres on Grassoy Creek, 85 acres hill land hoping tlmt It wouhl keep afloat, was dependable red blood builder In all Ani IMwarel Ulack. Stlnson Purk, Mil-l- ii Your troubles 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close to heurd to sny, In n weary voice: "Oh, conditions of lowered vitality not duo Daulul, Chester iliv(T, Lutlior May be when will the ship go down?" A small to serious dlseaso of the vital orschool house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash Kuene Cuiubi, Kugeno l.uu. There Is boy who wns being shown the hut of Whnbrey, Irvln ballance on a long time. gans. It Improves the appetite, ImAlways u way ltwwtr, lAwrunue his gruudfutlicr, mounted on a little Sufefc. Sep McCoy, Mr. uud Mrs. W. To th 125 acres of Rough River high bottom SG5 nor circular stand, asked his mother parts color to thu cheeks, and create r. Mmdln and duughtor. lluttom, y'seo. whether Ids grandfather hud been a now hope uud umbltiou In those who acre. -.. Mr OhHrlli) DavliUou, who Is Kurv- very wise mini, uud then nddnl: "Hut have heuome pule, wenk. and llidloa,. was that all there wus of him'" Per- Physician recommend Guide's uixim the grind Jury punt tho wouk MVI THREE WIIIIKS Mr. S INMrt.VS VYLVDPlPi: haps the cupping story Is Hint of anvt wkh lilt lirothur-lu-hkWhen you order, he sure other little boy who, when told to make thu word "(Judo's" U on Miu package. ih Mini (awily. Real Estate and Insurance ItMth Cray iwturuud huinu on, Dm. I. X Uoeh lived no remark on a guest's absent foot, Without "UudoV It U not kttor tw4ltil two woltf thr wnlw In, a mxu' windpipe uud eicluluiod: "Oh, mi, mid when I net to EurnUhod In both liitiid HARTFORD, will nothing KENTUCKY. ws Mtill alive when tutruoted by m heuveu Iubuut sny head." to John tha uud tablet form. For nale by all Mh ratollviM t OwtHMboio. hU IluptUt OwoHaboru Park f Mr RhwI dt iib'Slt - AuvtrtUvUiiout. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG 4y 5F mV e I fa-4b.rin- llfo-tim- n. rt- S-'v- mm n grny-hnlrc- wlille-e'rimne- d wal lr m eon-len- rl-l- ng 111 I Post-offic- Wirth k Blouses TOMORROW me-e-- L d oy -- fel-ito- m I i .i J carson m. Hartford, Kentucky. co U Hfa-.ffe.r- s oaiiowj. rlonda well-know- K 'ijt MISSISSIPPI t Will The Influenza Return? RAI7TR1 A JL KEEP. Hartford, Kentucky. f V Pe'lito-.Al.-.iigt- ui ar it a much-druasf- FOR hJJridSldQ hotol-keopo- run-doiv- rrt. un . Pupto-Manga- CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Pepto-Muuku- urr.