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REVEALED BY FALL HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1919. would appear 'pi'rpisterous, ridiculous nnd bo fnntastlc as of itself to desorvo llttlo attention were It not first, for tho fact, that It Is simfiar In nil essentials to the plan of Sandl-gwhich by tho only Judical tribunal passing upon tho question was declared to havo been backed or supported by armed forces through a stnto of war by V. Carranza In 1915; and second, woro It not for tho fact that tho plan 'f Si.nC'2- - , fself n dating, and this present plnln following, were and are In oxnet lino wlMi Iho noto of June 19, 191(7, from to Von I'ckhnrt, then Ambassador from Germany to Mexico " Tho Xlmmcrmaun noto contained paragraph: "Wo (Germnny) tho .ball sivo general financial support to Mexico, and It Is understood that Mexico Is to reconquer the lost tcrr'-tor- y ." In Now Moxico, Texas nnd In this connection tho memorandum railed attention to tho In tho Zlmmonrann note that Molco communicate with Japan suggesting adherence to tho plan and oi fer her mediation between Japan and (!orm:in Kvldoncc In possession of the committee, Senator Kail informed th" President, Indlcntes that conditions along tho liordor aro "rapidly taking on tho samo 'character which had been assumed in our relations with Moxico prior and subsequent to" the date fixed for uprisings finder tho plan of Sandlego. Tho committee, tho memorandum raid, has obtained possession of what President Carrnnza calls his "hire book." At various places In this book attention is called to the oppressive policy of tho United States to'ward Mexico, and stress is lata President upon tho assertion that Carrnnza has resisted e"vory such encroachment and in overy instance 'from the first proposed Niagara conference down to and Including tho American protests as to nationalization of lands and other properties," that ho has been successful by "refusing absolutely to yield In any respect to tho demands" of this GovArl-zonosup-gestl- No. 24 personal escort of Governor Morrow, Chief Justice John D. Carroll, JudRo E. C. O'Rear and members of the committee. The speaker's table wasrdccoratcl with the American flag which drapel tho body of President Mclvinley when It was taken to Canton, O., for burial. Mis'. McKlnley presented this flag to tho lato Senator William O'Connol Bradley, and it now is in tho possession of Mrs. John G. South, a daughter of tho senator. Judge Edwatd C O'Rear, master jf ceremonies, introduced Governor Black, to whom ho paid a trlbuto ns a man of high patriotism and purposes. Governor Black spoke for half an ' hour. The retiring governor di3- rtfi ti.wwl n... !....., In.. n LI i -- ........-I. iij ui Luiuiiiuniing upon tho election, but said that "on . Lomo other day I may have something more to say about recent events." Judge O'Rear, in introducing Governor Morrow, said that ho had heard some discussion of fourteen reasons for tho sweeping majority given t Republican ticket. "I will give you tho fifteenth reason hero he Is." Judge O'Rear remarked, presentlns Morrow. A tremendous outburst of cheering greeted Governor Morrow when ho r .MEXICAN PLOT IS MORROW SWORN IN f ' Record AS NEW GOVERNOR Evidence That Mexico Was To Seize Border States In Revolt 8. Evidence Dec. Washington, Lthat radicals In Mexico with the ;Tnowlo(lKo mid support of President Carrnnza, plotted to Instlgato a t evolution In the United States and to seize border States acquired hy the American Government In 18 IS, Is contained In memorandum nrcont- d to Trcsldcnt Wilson by Senator Fall, Now Mexico, chairman of tli'3 "orcign Relations Subcommittee, In- estlgntlng the Mexican situation. Plans for the proposed revolution ero obtained by the subcommittee from tho mlnutos of a meeting Oc tober 1C last In Mexico City of Lodge n23, an organization of extreme agltn- tors nnd members or tno intiusiriai .Workers of tho World. Tho .Mexican. Breaking Frankfort. Throng Sees Inauguration In ',. fit' ' " u Louisville Herald. '(By Robert D. Anderson) Frankfort, Ky., Dec. 9 With their left hands placed upon tho same Bible, Edwin P. Morrow, of Somerset, and S, Thruston Ballard, of Louis ville, simultaneously took their oaths of olflco as governor and lieutenant governor of Kentucky, n sportively, at 2 o'clock this afternoon The llibio was open at the twenty-thir- d IValin. Tho accession to power of Kentucky's new executivo was acclaimed tumultously by tho biggest gathering that ever has attended an Inaugu- ration In Frankfort. Inadequate transportation facilities and unfavorable weather factors vf-r- ta tiiE? ,,lot tMro,,fi'1 'orrcspondenco In ho recommends threo men for ' , Special consideration bocauso of their Swinectlon with the plan which thoy VJftlsBlri" to put Into practice In tho . V:S4fp nf These men. tho com- iiHlttce Btates, havo boon Identified ns usdl &itlc agents of Lodge 2... Cieiiernl Strike Planned. LTlio memorandum which contains ri A" 'aa abstract of ovldenco collected by s;tfib committee, was delivered to the President by Senntor Kail Friday anight and mado public Into today. iiu Notes of tho October 15 mooting of ,'tho radical lodge dcclaro "thero ap peared three delegates, two Anioii- IV ican and ono Mexican, who had arrived 'from tho United States, and who claimed that 'tho society' would he able at the beginning of next November (that Is, November, 1910.) ti call a general strlko of nil miners and workers In the United States' thnt they havo threo million ndhcr- ,,.,... ...... ., . .niu lii Hint nnimtrv. wlinrn thov will 1)0 nblo to seize ono Western and two Atlantic ports; that a largo number if American soldiers wcro preparing rtb. take sides with them, and that SVUhey proposed to establish a capital of Jifetorniod government of tho United 'States in tho State of Colorado; tha wfien such a revolution was success- ""'iiii, tho Mexicans rendering nsslst- ance, tho border States which were acquired by tho United States unrtor the trenty of 1S4S, would bo returned "wWhlch To-:isf mrm 8h8rofe8MsSB BASCOM WATERS Evangelist. Dr Dascom Waters, of Clinton, Tenn., Evangelist of tho Holstlne, Tennessee Conference, has been procured to do tho preaching in the revival meeting scheduled to commence at the local Mtuodist Church, Sunday morning, Jan. 4th. Dr. Waters Is hailed as a man of power and eloquence In the pulpit and tho meeting to begin early in the new year Is expected to be productive of much Interest and good in this locality. ' ernment. WIImui U Assilled. LOU1SVILLK MAUKKTS. THE BAZAAR. The Bazaar given by the Ladles of the Methodist Church, Tuesday, from our view point was a decided success. We were not bothered with a menue card, bill of fare or anything of the sort, wo simply sat down to the table and wero served with a heaping plati of chicken, dressing, creamed potatoes and all of the side trimmings usually found with such a dinner Oui greatest trouble was in trying lo consume tho contents of tho bour-teoplate, in which wo dlsniallv failed, only because there Is somo 'imitations on pur capacity. Quito a number of useful articles were ne'st-l- y arranged for sale, tho majority of which were In packages that could not bo inspected until after purchased, so no ono over k'iw Just what he was getting when the purchase was made, although It made no apparent difference as the articles moved J;nt tho sair.o. to ser-The ladles continued lunches during the late afternoon, consisting of cream, shorbct, cakes, soup and sandwlchs. It was an occasion, being tho first of tho kind since tho Country was Involved In tho lato war and altogether very successful from a financial standpoint, iho net proceeds amounting to $122.00. May these Bazaars como regularly and often in tho future, especially that part Indulged In by tho writer at the noon hour. us ji rtoTMexIco." RSpso mentioned by Carranza In let 's of 'which tho committee has se- Mured photostatic copies. t I. ..... yf ..fj J.vv.. fcitfttwwl In ('iirlilllll. 'The first of theso letters, dated lino 1th, and addressed to Manuol .gulrro Berlanga, Mexican Minister ill Gobernaclon, says: "Senor Lino Cnballo, bearer of this letter. Is tho person who, In company with two friends, will bring to you tho manifestoes and tho plan which they dcs'ro to put Into practice In tho iStato of Texas. This plan being very favorablo for exlco, pleaso aid them in ovary way nd give necessary instructions In ontior states. "I remain your affectionate friend, "V. CARRANKA." mi. ?,il IK' .The threo men referred to aro tho ffiiio. the memorandum states, ns suuuiiu ,1 lnt(AT it'in.-.- , Slid addressed , .lntiwl AllMllut 1t. to the sai.w Covorn- --- .,..., n tho two friends who acoonpnny nnd In accordance with our cor- tlini'l the cunr- jo (Im.i iilnnsr Lteos thoy solicit as well ns pecuthey may deslro. y assistance I remain your frlond affectlotV. CARRANZA " fly, ther Information secured by tho mlttoo, nnd which It regards as iblo, Indicates trentj negotiations eon Mexico and Jupan. Tho doc- ent In possession of tho committee 1 thnt ono high official of Mox- 'would coinmunlcito to another . .. ........ ...in, ... h official inai iim ,nn is coming along," and that tho .. ..i..nn,l 'irrnnft nil- m cuuinn.-- i9 i Wantages It would bring Moxico for iTu. iintioiinl Intogrlty." Roforouco la contained In another document to .support tho Mexican government pro- poses to give tho Qorman ituuauvo in - A'Tho present letter will be dollv- id to you by Mr. Juuu .N. Garcia, int official, follows: Cattle Prices were barely steady with opening day in some Instances nnd little activity In evidence. Kairly good demand for tho best handy-weigbutchers. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $12.50014; heavy shipping steers $11.50(Q)12.50; medium steers $10.50 11.50; light steers $9.50S10.50; fat heifers $S12; fat cows $7.50 10.50; medium cows $C.507.50; cutters $5.25G.50; canners $5 5.25; bulls $6 7.75; feeders $9 11.25; stockers $710; choice milch cows $100120; medium $70100; common $50 70. Calves Market steady. Best veals $S 11.50; medium $15.50 10; common $5 7. Hogs Lights and pigs held about steady, but tops and throwouts ad vanced 25c under a good active de- nand. Dcst hogs 1G5 lbs. up $12.5,0; 20 to 1C5 lbs $12; pigs 120 lbs down $11.50; throwouts $11.25 down. Sheep and Lambs Few changes in vlows. ' values. Best lambs $12; strictly good higher; seconds $7S; best sheep ASSISTAXCI: Al'lMlKCIATUD. $G; bucks $4 down. Local produce dealers quote buyWo wish to express our gratltudo ing prices as follows (net to shippers, t.ud thanks to all .who so nutorlal'y tho shlppor paying freight and ilray-ag- o and graciously nldod In limiting tho charges.) Bazaar, given on tho 9th, tho success EggsCandled 70c. it was. Wo would especially acknowl Butter Country 42 43c. edge our appreciation of tho services Poultry Hens 20 21c lb.; largo rendered by those members of other spring chickens 19 20c lb.; jmall churches of tho community. spring chickens 252Sc lb; roosters, THR LADIKS SEWING CIRCLE. 1213c lb; ducks 2223c lb., tur-koM. E. Church. Haitford, Ky. 3031o lb.; geeso lS22c; m guineas, 35 50c apiece. VOll HALE. $3. 25 3.60 doz. Rabbits nt ys "Do not forget my Injunction," Carranza wrote 'to describe In lively colors the tortuosity of tho American policy with relation to our country, cnuslng the 'figure of Wilson to stand policy." asking President I'lio resolution Wilson to break off diplomatic relations with tho Carranza Government was nbandoned today by Itopublcan leaders in tho Senate after tho Pres'-dehad Informed Senator Kail, its author, that ho would "bo gravely concerned to see any such resolution pass tho Congress " Before tho President dispatched his letter, tho Sonato Korelgn Helatlons Commltteo held an hour's session for discussion of the Mexican situation, Including tho Carranza oil decrees, which would havo been tho subject at diplomatic correspondence bctweiin tho United States nnd Moxico, hut at the suggestion of Senator Fall action on his resolution was deferred unt I his tho President had expressed ht prevent tho Republicans of Kentucky from Riving their cho3t-?torrow's address servants an inaugural ovation thoroly aiosc Govf-rnoin keeping with tho magnificent vote required only five minutes for Its deof confidence they gave them In No livery. His voice was fully recovered from the strain of tho recent camvember. On account of tho lateness of trains, paign, and carriPd to tho outskirts of the inaugural exercises did not open the great throng. As tho governor turned to receive until an hour and a half after tho time set by the committee. In the the oath of office, tho Rev. G. F. meantime, the bulk of tho big cVowd David, Sr., a negro minister of Lexhad gathered at tho capltol and wait- ington, presented" him with a Blblo or ed patiently In snlte of tho drlzzllnn behalf of tho A. M. E. Zlon church of rain. Mist was falllnit UDon tho bared Kentucky. In his speech of presonta heads of the assemblage when thet,on' the minister commented upon governor and lieutenant governor Governor Morrow's appeal for divlno guidance, In tho closo of his address, were sworn in. and asked that he road tho gift dili Reaffirms AH Pledges. gently. Ho expressed confidence that In his brief inaugural address, Gov pages the governor will find ernor Morrow reaffirmed "the pro- strength to fortify him in its in all his de-c- ls visions and pledges contained In my ons for the public weal. party's Linding obligation." Governor Morrow and Lieutenant "To Its fulfillment," Governor Mor Governor Ballard placed their left row said, "I pledge every effort, evhands upon the Bible, elevating their ery energy and tho best of overy powright haiiJs. Chief Justlco John D. er of head and heart which God has Carroll, of tho Court of Appeals given me. In the performance of this the constitutional oath, to conract, now made with all the peowhich 'io two executives made a firm ple, for tho good of all tho people, I rciponsc, "I do." ask tho aid of all the people." Racognitlon of tho snlrlt of unrest LYCEUM ENTERTAINMENT. abroad. In America was seen in that portion of the new governor's address The second number of tho series of which pledged him to maintain un- four entertainments to bo put on at challenged tho supremacy of tho law College Hall here, was 'delivered "The law," said Governor Morrow, Saturday night by tho Woodland "is the shield and sword of tho whole Quartet, of the Redpath Lyceum Bupeople, tho sentinel at overy homo, reau. ' the watchman at every fireside. It Thero wero two other shows Ip Is, at last, the final guarantee of 'life town en tho sano dato, these wltli tin liberty and tho pursuit of happiness." very Inclement weather necessarily Governor Morrow's voico vibrated limited tho attendance' to a comparawith emotion when ho concluded his tively small number, but thoso who address with a mayor that he may be were present wero well.repaid, as tho given strength by the Deity to carry entertainment was of the highest out fully all the obligations of the class over given here, of that charachigh trust which has been reposed In ter powerless-to hi :ii. SOCIAL CLUIJ WITH MRS. DAIlltASS AND MISS AVOKllXKK Ono Porcheion Mare, S years old. m W. U. THOMAS llorlon, Ky KOltMEH OHIO (OUNTV MOV MEETS TUAtilU DEATH jwier of Htimblo, Tommlo Horuback, NATIONAL CONVENTION Tox., formerly of this county, was inIN CHICAGO, JUNK THE 8TII stantly killed on Decombcr 7th . whllo carrying a Btick of dynamlto Tho National Republican Commlt- in lils hand Tho dynamlto for somo teo In Its meeting in Washington unknown reason exploded, toarlng selected Chicago and his hand from his body and badly Wodnseday. Juno tho Sth as tho placo and date mutilating his head. MALIXIU CALLOWAY. for holding tho noxt National ConvenMr.' Horuback was working in an tion, which is, If present and near oil field 300 miles from his homo Mrs. Malinda Calloway, wlfo of Al-vpast conditions count for anything, when tho fatal accident occu.ed Callowuy, died at hqr homo In most certain to namo tho noxt Presi- HU remains woro sent to Humble, Contertown. Wodnosday morning at m U. S. A. dent of tho Mr. Horn, Thoro thoy woro Intorrcd. S o'clock from tho effects of a sororu RAIZE (JIUSTRAP. back was a son of I). W, Horuback paralytic utroko, suffered early' tho On Friday, Decemuor 19th., thoro and grandson of W II. and J. M. morning before. Slrgurl Qllitrup and Iluhlo Baize. will bo a called meeting of tho Karat-or- s Koruiimn; was 24 )tars of ago and U Tho remain wero burled at Center- (loom turvlvtd by a wlfo and two chlldrun j young people of Select, word imirrlod of Ohio County In tho Court town yesterday afternoon at 3 o'clock. Mexico. at Hartford, to effect a tomporary Ho had many frlomU and relallvos In 'In tho County Court Clerk's off cc Senator Kail's commont on mo fifty latter funeral services, conducted by (hit county who will bo grieved t Saturday, by County Judge Mack officer, the statu officers-elec- t, mm- - orgunliatlon of tho local Form rviiuiion dlctood In the composing tlwjltev. L. W. Tlchenor prominent Republicans Cook. M. L. McCHACKKN. luarit Cl hU death. It m of tuu Lodjje mooting It that ..., n. I.-- in . Tho Ladles' Social Club was meetIn Its ing Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. E. O. Barrass and Miss Sophia Woernor After severIn a delightful manner. al games of progressive rook woro a delicious lunch was served. Mesdamcs Thoso prosont were: Lyman G. Barrett, M. L. McCracken, R. T. Collins, E. E. lllrkhead. C. O. Hunter, A. C. Porter, Jno. P. Taylor, T. I (. Black, II." E. MUchke, W. 8. Tluvloy and E. G. Barrass; Misses Lettlo Marks and Sophia Woornor Guests present woro, Mrs. N. Hollo Cooper, Misses Margaret Marks and Kllzaboth Mooro. semi-monthly Tho valedictory address of Governor James D. Black consisted chiefly of an explanation why he could not accomplish some of the things demanded of him. Ho declared thut hl3 only regret In surrendering tho governorship is that it doprlves Jilm of tho opportunity of carrying out his educational program. Tlioiofai'cs arc Crowded. Frankfort presented a sceno of brightness and gayety upon tlue morn ing of inauguration day. Tho nation colors vlviflod every building, and tho streets wero packed with crpwds car rying banners and flags. Uaads wero playing ono every corner Thi big gathering was swelled by each succeeding train, and iiy tho' arrival of hundred? of automobro paitles, until putsngo through tie 3treets became almost impossible Tho 1st Division, United Stntos Army, represented by Ihfantry, artillerymen, two Eims nnd tho massed colors of tho eight, regiments, and tho Louis-vlll- o Pollco Department, represented by mounted pollco, tho famous riflo squad, and motorcycle men, proved popular divisions of tho big parado Tho vctoraiiB of tho 1st Division received on ovation. Tho Loulsvlllo pollco presented a splendid appearance and wero cheered enthusiastically. Tho luiiiiKUt'iil Coremoiile. Tho Inuugural exorcises woro held on a largo platform which had boon erected at tho vntranco to tho Capitol. Hvatvd upon this platform woro Qov- oritur Morrow- and aovomor 'Black, with tholr families; tho retiring statu This entertainment was to havo-bee- n delivered Monday, Dec. tho l:i. but by being routed wrong the quartet got stranded nt Fordsvlllo, and could here to fill tho engagement. not-reach FARM FOR RALE. My farm of 70 acres at Horso Branch. Ky.. about 45 acres In woods, romain,ior in high state of cultivation. Kino young orchard, new houso and other buildings; a real bargain. Iiu- Also ono extra moumte possession largo bay mule. V. M. CROWDER, 1215 Walnut St., Owensboro, Ky. 24t3 I : FIXE TOBACCO. of this place, ono day this week, a sample of his tobacco grown this year, which Is as flna as wo over saw, It is of good length, uniform bright color and ns sound as possible to grow. Mr, Dcvor has not yot sold his crop, of which ho has several thousand pounds and expects to obtain a fancy prlco for tho weed. Mr. R. L. Dovor, brought to this office ali Hu-rea- u. -- MMMfcUKiMh gyt i. i jf MjB5j,tMi kimmiifimiwtM'r''' r,'&mr:ss:&t i i .. -'- - w - - aM ' I 1 ElfBR f DOLED BY WILSON INJUNCTION '" ' t3bEcm Act Used In 1916 To JCZ Vnro Of Labor f? i r&e- - JF.or .Democrats. WaaSlurton. D. opinion tn political la the 'National Capital that How's This? . flaw 'VfHeviD Administration has We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward lctt Us hold upon labor fr njr case of Catarrh that cinnot be Hall's Catarrh Medicine. In ww of its nse of the injunction cared byCatarrh MJi-ihoa been taken Halt's rf 3Perol strike after its promise, by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty, has bcom 'mown mMw' into the Clayton antitrust act, five years, aivlreme.1;1 for Catarrh. as the Hall's most retiable 3MC tde5fl. Catarrh Mel. cine acts thru the Blood on ma-imaJU- at C, Dec. S It to turer. In his dreams before he awakened this morning. SUM dreaming revolver Sapienza drew a from beneath his pillow and fired. "Oh. Jim!" moaned a voice at his side. And he waked to find he had shot his wife In her sleep. Frantic wUn grje(, saptenta bent over hU wife, but she waa dead. In her crib nearby, peacefully sleeping thru the tragedy, was their little daughter. Mary, two years old. Sapienza is held on a technical charge of'murder. er DEMOCRATS UPHELD IN FIGHT ON TREATY . Shields And Gore Receive smiling harvests gathered Ita iahahltants. mem. women and children? Towns are being rebuilt, villages of wooden cottages are rising up everywhere; temporary shelters for the working heroes and heroines have sprung up. fields have been 'cleared of war's abominations, and In. LAND fOK SALE. BY n a . vw. ts1 .. TT I --l A TT "ST" I A Evidence Of Popular Approval. gare In JatK the Presideskeep 1916 counthe promise to iff Jrar and failed to do so .circumstances which he and atHmn tma foreseen, and just as he ygpscmQy Asserted on the stump he year that the league of msatmB a i covenant would end all future "V9H la spite of preparations In i jMtrts of the globe for conflict, 4.1M1 xl rough Congress an lnjunc- which is now abandoned in ftzm f the necessity of getting coal h& for years been making AUaapt to limit the use of the fctftBJMSJbit! hy the courts in labor dls- a means of protecting prop- -' ttr ansa placing strikers at a dis- In 1914 Its leaders were :U)LWlime. delighted when the Clay- -. 3M4 included the following provl- - ter m& tiI the Mucous surfaces, expelllnc the Poison from the Blood ami healing the portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Jtedlclne for a short time you will see a creat Improvement In your Beneral health. Start taking Hall' CatatTh Medirid of catarrh. Send cine at once and fei t'ttlmnnUN. fre F T. CHFNTV A ntdo. Ohio Sold by n't " ' dls-eat- gt 1 rr HUKAI, CARRIEK EXAMINATION-- - . Js -- restraining order or in- .Ifeaattea ehall be granted by any court tSa raited States, or a judge or the .aliMi Hereof, In any case between ' tarvxa employers and employees, or employees, or between per- -' mpioyed and persons seeking 2?fcaymnt, Involving, or growing wc of a dispute concerning term3 or wsiiBtlwn wk-whit- wfcyr and employees, or be- - unless of employment, to prevent irreparable in- .frier o property, or to a property zteaz. of the party making the appll- for which Injury there Is no remedy at law, and such or property right must be ii'fHfift)nd with particularity In the ap- a- !pSeaan, which must be in writing How a I5i: Xow York Grocery Kecp Down Rat. .wiil iwrorn to by the applicant or by J Jbi uvem or attorney." Vroome & Co., Butter & Cheese Chwoxh the war ha3 been over for merchants. New York City, says: 'We P In our cellar ell the naa a year. Judge Anderson's keep 7iw SaJawcilon was grai.red because of time. It keeps down rats. We buy tb-j- i g98Ucatlorj of the government. it by the gross, would not be P tht Attorney General, based out It." Farmers use terras of the Lever war act cause rats pass up all food for RAT-- tt jcrvent any attempt to limit the SNAP. Three sizes, 25c, 30c, ITimttuiiibn and distribution of food Sold and guaranteed by aexJ, taul U has been particularly dls-- 1 J. F. Casebler, Acton Bro3., to the mine workers because lor's Drug Store, Williams & Duke. wt Xo promise made in the law and THIS YEARS XJIAS GIFT. 'ctfr. hj because violence to anwitiartT had not been resorted to ' :mft im injunction was issued even ' This year there i3 going to be mere feif? the'strlke began. Mineri and sensible Chrlstmir gifts bestowed iiii Jdoo workers are therefore In-- ; fewer of those use-- ? y!.".s that pi-.-dt the Administration which sons give simply because they fel they ought to be giving something. . Hi injunction ls!sIatioa one of mji tor its plea for support from The children In the schools are re- Isdww-.- at and the Adamson law sponsible for this in a great measure. "Trttank Ood for Wilson for he They have been taught the value of Vu saving, and In doing so have learned Avpi t out of war." makes union labor all the the value of War Savings Stamps and ri9r'Uclw"loBowiiig statement is- - Thrift Stamps. For the vast voluma .ottretaty of the Treasury of pretty gifts, little jlmcracks, an- mm? the Uk. the Thrift Stamp is going tlnili nim "KmU operators generally la the to tak.i its place, while there will be JQmcl State in the years 1914 and War Savings Stamps for a more sub- lost money when normal de- - stantlal present, whtle the still moreaad depreciation art taken pretentious present will be the Treanak)eration. What is meant sury Savings Certificate mat is som rtat proper item In fixing by the United a nStates Treasury , 1De- Jar .1 .1 a All n m Irtaffrknia ah u ja oepreciation 01 yiani aau uc- - iwniucui In ucm,..t.uk.u rif i f the coat or ralue of the and tiuuo k the ground. '1m 1IS condition! were not io ax the Appalachian and central tjUUre districu. profits jenerally cent lesj joKtaced 25 is ecfferr preceding 30 per the range year, the W (mti X5 ro 300 per cent on ln- mmal vapital In the West condi-thii ,tf 1919 were better than in iu ittT, t'Ae profit in the Rocky itoun-an- a 400 high ringing Jiurlcw r--t en invested capital. How Lydia E. Pinkham's TW,Uicial flsure for 1916, Vegetable Compound " course, indicate that Is Prepared For jt tho operators are less than claim-- I Woman's Use. tome of the operators v liav actually lost mosey." -- A visit to the laboratory where this Jtif AriUftrong Colabratil successful remedy Is made impresses even the casual looker-o- n with the reli- rr.ilii.-r- . Co. skill and cleanliness ab JTT rats around my kennel. whiclj"attemi3 ge making of this groat prlxe dug, could medicine for woman's ills. Hta httodreds ofTried ; P Over 360,000 pounds of various herbs wr nfr efcaacei anually and all have erery rat dUappeared. are used nt tha e.on of the vear to bo is three week when ..nthaivd aogi never went ear (Li. naturai juices and medicinal sub- uat I tell my (Heads about stances are at their best A 7 iNAP. The most successful solvents are used " L'm this sare rodent it's Three to extract the medicinal properties from fa fetaee la cake form. these herbs. :e. 30c. II 00 Sold aad Every utensil and tank that comes In contact with the medicine is sterilised br and as a final precaution in cleanliness y raeebler. Acton Hres . J medicine is pasteurized and sealed A Duke. the DMf Hore, in sterile bottles. It is the wonderfcl combination of f" W and herbs, together with uw ais sOX aTOLKN tfllJ W1WK IV HIS SI.HKI' UI BM car us?u "i ,M 1 m successful in iho treatment ef VUloas f.-- aj in,. . X. J.. Nov SI The letter from wemen wne nave Mae aaad letter, who ,, asHeweam ala te hM-ae- e vat&UM Can. b j whUh we are eoatiacaliy Mt .am t Jam aealeaia. a .awgatU;t toll Mrlu. i.4:'lifvu .on ku bit. The United States Civil Service Commission has announced an examl- nation for the County of Ohio, tucky, to be held at Hartford on January 10, 1920, to fill the position 0f rurai carrier at Fordsvllle and cancles that may later occur on rural routes from other post offices In the above mentioned county. The nation will be open only to citizens wn0 are actually domiciled in the territory of a pof office In the ty and who meet the other requlre- ments set forth la Form No. 1977. Admission of women will lie limited t0 tne widows of U. S soldiers, sall-- . 07ii or marines, and to the wives of v. s. soldiers, sailors or marines who are physically disqualified for examl- nation by reason of Injuries recelv- ed jn the line of military duty. This form aa,j application blanks may be obtained from the offices mentioned above or from the United States Civil service Commission at Washington, p Applications should be to the Commission at ingt0n, D. C. at the earliest practl-tnmcable datet Ken-JLafe- er examl-M0mure q' for-aJ5- a. Wash-xdwtfKU- ie nj -- ' RAT-SNA- ' wlth-tSuwwj- ih RAT-SNA- $1-0- Tay-V3S- a an ftfat ttb y .. bw 1 THE MAKING OF k FAMOUS ar u noil jji '1(9 t. Rt.t-S.iu- j.. RAT-SNA- te Tay-WUIla- kri PPmhi rt h.' Washington, Dec. S Hope on the part of President Wilson and Senator Hitchcock that Democratic unity and popular approval would flow from the 180 acres, 3 miles north of Fordsville, Ky. 120 acres defeat by the Democrats of the peace cruel enemy on the Rhine. If I dwelling, extra good cleared, balance in woods, treaty as Americanized by Senator work like this It Is because I must." Lodge and the Republicans of the The girl had that proud look seen on out buildings, fine barn, good water, good orchard, 20 Senate has been blasted by reports the face of a French peasant who acres grass, 25 acres pasture, all under good fence. which have come to the Capital from would not accept charity. The offi151 acres, 1 mile north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 12S acres the states. cer saluted as he would an equal, full Tennessee, of admiration for a country producing bottom. Senator Shields, of 23 acres hill land, 40 acres in woods, on public young girls. whose friends said he was taking his such stout-heartdwellroad and county ditch, all ditch tax paid. help to political life in his hands by voting devastated American ing, good barn, good water and orchard, 10 acres grass. with the Republican majority, has re- France has been Invaluable for which ever will be grateful, but ceived encomiums from his constit- ,she .House and 10 acres of land, just outside the town limits uents and the organized business men the ,'ti nay expressed and the devoof Fordsville, Ky. Good stable and out buildings, fine have endorsed his course. Senator tion of the nurses of the splendid am-- , A bargain. Gore, of Oklahoma, anothed Demo- bulances have appealed more to the young orchard, Sacres in grass. who disobeyed the President's French people than money aid given crat 211 acres. 4 miles north of Reynolds Sta., Ky. 100 command to rote to have the treaty by the Great SUter Republic to help dwelling, two just as he wanted It or kill It, has them in the hour of need. It will acres cleared, balance in woods. 4 miles to R. R. Sta. gained in popular support since the take many years to restore the jrood barns, fine well, on public road, o Northern 25 acres in grass, S000 feet lumber to go with farm. 3th district of his state elected a Re- homes and factories publican member of Congress by an France, The avowed object of the SO acres, 1 mile south of Askins, Ky., on public road, till overturn of 8,000 votes. Senator enemy was to destroy France. He dwellReld Is now the Idol of the Democrats 'hag in a measure succeeded; but for cleared, 12 acres bottom land, some timber, of Missouri, reports received here in- the ardent patriotism of this great na- - ing, small stable and tobacco barn, plenty of water, half tlon, great In war. greater In peace, mile to school, 2 miles to church. dicate. "The treaty with reservations is national ruin would have resulted. 190 acres, 2 miles south of Rock Vale, Ky. 100 acres Nature has not been Idle. She has better than the treaty without them,' said Senator Hoke Smith, another clothed the hillside and plains with level and in high state of cultivation, well fenced, good democrat who voted with Senator grass and flowers. Trees have been orchard and plenty of water, dwelling, good feed Lodge. "As between the treaty with planted. Thus the hideous scars of and tobacco barns, on public road, half mile to church and the Lodge reservations and the treaty war are being hidden. Homes or: without them, I had no difficulty In shelters are springing up; happy lit- - school. reaching a conclusion. These reser- tie children are learning to play: tlnv. mile N. E. of Reynolds Sta., Ky. Nearly 92 acres, vations free the treaty from language little fellows who have never known of uncertainty. They take from It what playing meant are laughing and all fenced, 25 acres hill land balance bottom, 35 acres dwelling, good tobacco barn and feed stable, doubtful provisions which would lead singing, but the joy of life has gone grass, ' to disputes and war. forever In this world from the lives o' good orchard, on public road and on county ditch, all ditch "To me, patriotism Is above party. mothers and fathers whose sons gavel tax paid, half mile to church and school. I cannot consent to see a treaty fash- their lives In their defense, for France ioned upon this country, if I can prr and liberty. Such people cannot and vent It, which places upon this coun- will not die: such people give an ex-- j try the burden of preserving the sta- ample to the world by Its heroic tus quo of the world. After exquisite struggle to save the dear Motherland language about 'freeing subject na- Its cherished liberty and the world's tions' and '3elt determination' expres- liberty. We give one instance of the marvesing the attitude of the United States, we practically assume under Article lous efforts being made by French New France, how X the burden of maintaining the people to create d of they cling t U. how they love It! status quo, when nearly You Like Stop Suffering Acid ho-- " n fatul'lar the the peoples of the world are subject principal al- name, for It was the first town to be nations under our four Stomach-- Gas, of In- lies. I cannot vote to draft our boys bombarded clae to the frontier a miles f:om the great fortress of for every war and to maintain the few Results Almost digestion iMetz, wiih its thousand guns, recedpresent world status. Its daily storm of shot and shell "Party obligations can never rise ed For years physicians have been that you can feel in a very short time. as high as duty to your coifntry. I which nevei entirely ceased till th Just ask yourdruggist for Acid Iron searchinc; for a form of iron that could ray party as- armistice wai signed Four years and dislike to disagree with Mineral. He will also tell you that be combined with certain other ingredients like pepsin, etc., for use in stomach troubles arc relieved by taksociates, but on a question of the im- two months o' honibaidntent! Of Its treating chronic disorders of the di- ing a spoonful in a glass of water portance of the league I wa3 con- 14,000 pre- - ar inhabitant-- . 100 were etc., three times a day. And for acute gestive tract, strained to do so. I believe that the killed, 230 badl;' wounded, u fow esetc. ThU is sufficient evidence that conditions like "sour stomach" etc., Of 17SS caped, some were itirt. medicine recognizes the great value a single dose will in most cases bring league covenant as it stands involves of iron for stomach troubles when relief. This natural formof iron seems such sacred rights of our country and houses, 1642 destroye-- l or rtnuered to neutralize. fJie excess ncid in the administered in proper form. Is calculated to bring such distress ,i jr.hal jtahle, six mU".' i d.dlars .f If you have been disappointed with stomachnsnothingelsoin.illmecicinc. Cradually the inhabitant upon our people, that I would have damages pills and tcnics Stomach disorders of long standing lak of results from where the patient is subject to dia- said to ccntain iron you can now unbeen faithless to my oath as a sena- left, but th final order of evacuation derstand that the iron was not pretressaf tercnting, gulping, headaches, tor If I had failed to vote for ratifica ,was made August S, 191S, three sented ma form that could bo absorbed dizziness, etc., yield jtositivoly to u o;iiuo before the armistice. Nine tion without Americanising reservabv the stomach into the system. And steady treatment with Acid Iron I months after. 3,000 Inhabitants have f nerefnro could not jwesibly bring you Mineral. tions." ! And don't forget that tho general -bene 'it. returned and found homes some-- j o system is strengthened and invigor-- j This new form of iron is not pre where. The Mayor of Nancy has adChamberlain'.- - Tablet- -. pared by chemists it is found in Naatctl owing to tho iron content of this esvanced 1.500,000 francs for urgent These tablets are intended ture itself combined with other highly groat medicine. All druggists cheer- beneticial medicinal agenU. It is tully refund the purchase price if tho pecially for indigestion and constipa- repairs; several schools and churches , quicklv absorbed by the system and results ri- :iot satisfactory to you in tion. They tone up the stomach and jhave been opened; everywhere re-in auilicient measure to bring results evury way. enable It to perform Its functions na- construction is going one. sent at once SO.000 francs for Metz For Salo by OHIO rOl'XTV llHl'd CO, Int'orporatiMl, Hartford, Ky. turally. They act gently on the liver PARsON.S & SCOVU.I.K, Rowling Irccit, Ky., Dl.slilliutor-- .. and bowels to a healthy condition. food; a week after, 100,000 francs; When you feel dull, stupid and con- then followed 300 stoves. 25u cookstipated give them a trial. You are ing ovens, mattresses, bedding, pall", f.UAAliAAAAAS4AAA certain to be pleased with their ef- saucepans etc., all given. What has done all the stricken m fect, l -- Cp 'towns and cities are doing. So far c 'government has done but little, the THE FRENCH PHOENIX public purse Is sadly empty for a i i time. 1 i It Is the proud boast, a boast justiFrance has deserved well of Fate ; i Her place In The City of Paris She will be rewarded. fied by history i proclaims It on her escutcheon. Par- the world has never been higher. Unis may be threatened by the foe .the cover when you see her glorious flag; floods may ompass her on every It Is the symbol of a virile nation i side; still she Is never submerged. whose motto. "Liberty, Fraternity, . t t'- -. j Chirac Equality," adds a new dlgalty new M :.piJ...3 &. i ter and .genius, so France alwa . honor to the human race. Vive la K i rises defeating all efforts to destroy France! Our Dumb Animals, f t j e her. i Deep-seate- d coughs that resist or-- , have been destroyWhole districts S ed, cities In ruins, thousands of vil- dlnary remedies require both external lage wiped out as though an earth- 'and Internal treatment. If you buy & quake had passed, leaving no trace. a dollar bottle of Dallard's Hore-houn- d Is carried' by BANK OF Syrup you get the two remeThe only way of knowing where a i r? fc happy village dies you need for the price of one. -smiling, prosperous, HARTFORD. If you do 1 i by a post stat- There Is a Herriek's Red Pepper Poronce stood is afforded c? i ing. "Here was the village of, sa. ous Plaster for the chest, free with business with us your inter-est-s ri I " each bottle. Sold by Ohio County 41 l m Hive the brave yet never submerg- Drug Co. are protected. OJiio l once huppy homes ed people, whose l i 41 County's oldest financial are now mere rubbUh heaps, given i 41 J way to despair? A lew heroic peo5k r1n 41 h ple might have. We fn England and 41 i you la America eaa only dimly grasp 41 1 situation. Five million of people, FIVE MU.LIOII PD the 41 i i been USED ".-ruined and aoateieas; food has 41 IT LAof YiAl I lacklag. health Impaired: and yet this 41 i HILL'S a cour41 sorely tried population, with l 41 age that Is aveliMa aa Intelligent c 41 l that is mar vetoes, aad a tenacity that CASGMIA&QUJNIHE 41 i Wtffcl ao Uatlt. la warklag. working kaows 41 h oftea ilateea hoaw a eay. so lung as 41 BROWBfc t h Ueia. to remake. Ilterall t react WEsV Sttodjrl re u i (r : yiift 41 reataka a eoaalry a large as Bel H',-- .4't. 41 tilt. ; i I in t aeante ate 4oiag this, not gieat. The 41 It H 'V r '. 41 HARTFORD, KY. T U. .1 I iu gaveraaaoat l it .. ). I Mr I ! pit 41 laa4 has ever ben so ).VOnjav What ether i 41. 9f 4etrare4 aad so laeeally set to the At ,4.'Iut i.'ffil wurk u( retoratloa b) the Utor of i i i , ed d ' ' j ' British officer, touched by and wondering at, the strenuous work of a young girl ploughing a mere slip; of a girl, sfvke to her; no answer, so latent was she on her work. He then ventured to say, "Could not your ".Von, father or a brother help? Monsieur, my father dlml for France and my only brother is watching the A MATTHEWS, KEQWN & MILLER Real Estate and Insurance Agents FORDSVILLE, KY. . lo t ' j ' NEW FORM OF IRON RELIEVES STOMACH TROUBLES From Pains and Otherrms Immediately one-thir- Poa'-vimi-so- Eat What t j ' i I - ( i Pont-a-Mouse- ur Jar insurance (.jtri ' I & Pont-aux-Uo- is . Asfe foVS "HILL'S' ; n-t!- -- .'. BANK OP HARTFORD ! tfV7c9yyyyv your polltlcnl friends think of mo?" "Thnt you nro nn excellent King your Mnjcsty," wns tho reply, "but SUSPENDS BUSINESS thnt yon would inako as good n president of a republic." "Como now," camo tho King's smll-In- it I said to you, 'Well, Dr. ronlv. Globe - Democrat Absorbs llcyor, you "If a skilled physician nnd aro n consultant nt Homo of our greatest Oldest Paper West Of hospitals, but I urn going to doprlvo Mississippi. iyou of your many qualifications bo-- i cause you would mako Just ns good n vctorlnnry surgeon,' what would you The St. I.ouls Uepulillc lias been nay?" purchmed by tho. According to tho story, Iloyor found nnd with the Iswe of Thursday monr-In-g no reply ready nnd, bowing, niado the Uepulillc passes out of oxlst-unc- e. wny for other guests. ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC GEN, MARCH'S ARMY BILL IS DISCARDED House Reject: Universal Training Proposition. Committee JT fr m i -rnvi' 7 nZKX -- x ri&SBbtoto V $&? ndP' w "" . vr w n; VBS W7T ,ii i C i wnujf ' .S 1 rtr. $& -- m,n & UHrLJka't ? t & v y-f-- m? MAHH'J "li v& OIobe-Domocr- Tlio Ulnbc-Dumnrr- nt linn tnkon ov- er Uih subscription lists (it the 'Re- EDITORIAL COMMENT . V public for both the dally, Sunday nnd "Wo h.ivo to ndmlt thnt some govweekly editions. Subscribers to the ernments nre smarter than other govRepublic, weekly will next weok Under nn agreement beernments. weekly. tho tween tho Federal Government nnd Published ItepubllcTlisl the Utltlsh Kojnl Commission for the West of Mississippi leave any unpleasant cigaretty disposal of last year's Cuban sugar Tho Republic was first published aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty-odo- r, one-haof tho sugrr on July 12, 180S, and with Us final crop, more thnn smoke Camels! If yovxi Issue this morning It ban covered 111 thnt como3 through tlio roflnorlcs of tho Sugar hunger Tor a rich, mellow-mil- d undor the Jurisdiction yearc, 5 months nnd 'J3 days. Equalization Hoard Is shipped to cigarette that has all that desirable publishIt vii the firs, nev.vp.'.por River and 'England, while thousands of fnmlliea cigarette "body" well, you get ed wojI of tli' Mistl-slpppound was established by Joseph Chnrlcss, In this country cannot buy a some Camels as quickly as you canfc Tho Lcaguo of who camo to the then small frontier of sugar anywhere. a Camels' expert blend makes all this trading-pos- t town of St. Louis In tho Nations wouldn't remedy this, but lookdelightful quality possible. Your-persona- l spring of 1S0S by keclboat from reasonablo amount of forward Camels ere sold everywhere in seienliric-all- y ing commonsenso would hnvo uvcrtcd Louisville, Ky., down tho Ohio nnd test will prove that Came! sealed package of 20 cigarettes; or the trouble." Philadelphia Press. up tho mlsslsMp, !. ten packages 200 cigarette) in a Cigarettes are the only cigarettes, carton. We strongly Upj'.i arrival he announced that a you ever smoked that just seenn "According to n statement pubrecommend this carton for the home or print.)! ; press had been shipped office supply, or when ou travel. made to meet your taste You will" Philadelphia Legor, tho Finns nnnounccd by Mr. Anthony him from Pennslyvnnla via Louis- lished In the tho Amerlcnn may be upset on tho return of Mr. prefer them to either kind of ta R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY ville, nnd that when It nrrlved ho movement to elennso Vimtcn!rn, N. C newspaper. Fcdorntlon of Lnbor of tho taint of Kahn, chnlrmnn of the committee, bacco smoked straight would begin publlshliiB n announcement wns circulated In radical socialism, no mnttcr under who believes in military preparedness This Compare Camels for quality and? the radical and Is opposed to tho views of the tho foiw of n iliivt pnntfd in both what special nomenclature may bo operating, has "binnll army" group. satisfaction with any cigarette ux Rngllsu .rd French with space at tho propngnndlsm tho-ibeen started In thnt city. Tho openTho decision of tho commltteo to the world at any price I bottom for the f.lgn.vurua of doesn't eliminate universal training is based would subscribe for tho new ing Incident of tho 'Red drive' who loom so large, but there Is a strong somewhat on tlio necessity of enforco-ln- g paper. sources strict economy in tho framing of issue was published on a intimation from A. F. nnd L. The first Tho RepubliS inches that the expulsion of four rodf from appropriation bills. sheet 12 Inches long and rennd called "Tho Missouri Ga- tho local brnnch of tho International can leaders have determined to wide who Association of Machinists Is but a duce ostlmntes to half of tho amount zette." It had 170 subscribers program that asked, if possible. Estimates of the a clean-ohad promised to pay $3 in advance, starter to War Department call for approxihas been definitely decided upon.' or $4 In country produce. mately $900,000,)00. Members of tlm Issue of the Gazette an- Unltlinoro American. The third committee say that these can be scalSt. nounced the result of tho first "Once again Carranza nssumes tho ed down to $550,000,000. election after the incorporaLouis ,l.. .,r itw aurnmrnrlnir bllllv snollltlg "Wo shall handlo the army reor- tion of tho town. Five trustees woro neighbors. ' ganizatlon," said Mr. Anthony, "as an Ho has Just returned from a trip tho Incorporation of tho for a fight, insulting his olectcd after difficulty aro restraining immediate proposition and later take among tho factories in Michigan nnd town. Five trustees were elected In who with Indiana. Present production is at the Tho town then their Impulses to administer to him up military training as a separate rate of approximately 2,000,000 vetho old Courthouse. thrashing ho deserves. If matter." had 1100 Inhabitants and 200 houses. the sound hicles a year, which was about tho o--o was nn Irishman who left he is permitted to succeed in this Churloss 1917 average. This includes both what lengths will ho not Splendid Cuj;li IJoineiiy. his native country because of parti- scheme, to passenger cars and trucks, tho latindignities upon Ameri"As I feel that every family should cipation In tho revolution of 170G. go In heaping content with Injuring know what n splendid me'dlcine ter figuring about 12 per cent of tho After coming to this country ho Bet cans? Not and corpora- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I totnl number. He reports a demand typo in Philadelphia on tho first American Individuals 'for closed cars nnd trucks. Because Six Years Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Sajs Texas La Jy, United am only too pleased to relate my quarto edition of the Bible Issued in tions, ho has Insulted tho tho ; of tho need of conserving time, tho person of In She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardm Fen and only wish that I had whole country Is buying automobiles, the United States, and later worked States Government officials. Tho alluro to known of Us merits years ago," on nespapors in Lexington and Louis- ono of Its offsetting the poor service which Her Recovery. bring Carranza to account for pre- writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson, Sta- thus Ky. ville, loglca' tion, Mo. "I glvo it to my children is being given by trolley lines and vious offenses is having its After twclvo strenuous years, ns consequences. N'ever beforo wns when they show tho slightest symp- tho railroads. Big road improve- years iW RoyBe.Clty, Ter. Mrs. Vary KH-- I tho better. That was-- si editor, compositor, pressman owner, monts were noted in Michigan, India- Missouri American prestige so low In Mexico.'' toms of being croupy, and when I na and Ohio. man, of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a. ier2&. nnd business manager of tho Washington Post. havo a cough or cold on tho lungs a strong woman, nnd I owa sa? 2C2bSjj Gazette, Charless sold tho paper to Almost all tho manufacturers will very fow doses will relieve mc, and by havo some new things to show at tho birth of ay Httlo girl... my eido com- Cardui. I had only taken. came to St. J.unes C. Cummins, who iST Hi'ft " With the Congre3s'In Tegular ses- taking It for a few days I soqn get Louis from Pittsburg. Fa. In tin Now York show, which opens in New menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to fees listtccv m ownership, sion, tho first duty, wo think, will be rid of the cold." twelve years of his York on January 3rd. They will bo to bed. Wo called tho doctor. He Tho misery In my sldo clstpncc of a stato .of ') sot liir-- - 3f . o Llargely in the lino of refinements, but Oharless hud built the circulation to dec's! inc treated mo. . but I got no better. I continued right on taking ths- - CMriliftH peace between tho United States and up to 1000. A TRAPPER'S CONFESSION. there nro some very' radical changes can best bo done by Eighteen months inter Cummins Germany. This as n result of what was learned in got worse and worse until tho misery until I had tiken three bottlat sra3 3fc adoption of a Joint resolution to In a recent letter to tlio Philadel- tho building of war vehicles and airsold the paper to Edward Chnrlesu. the was unbearable... I was In bed for did not need any more for 1 van vUSi founder, that effect. If the I.odgo resolution phia Public Ledger, a correspondent plane motors. a son of tho publication my' 3X 'which was Introduced In concurrent agony and never felt better in to sny: who changed Its nnmo to "Tho MisThere is an Increasing demand for three months and suffered such have never had any trouble traa. tSi6: 'form at tho insi sorsi.n 'fi by nn has this issue of today's paper I havo In tho souri Republic!.!)." and engaged buses for uso in cities where i'ur , that I was just drawn up in a knot. . . resolution, day to this." a graduate of Yale, 'amendment mado a Joint paid particular attention to Mrs. service is poor with a growing deI told my husband if he would get e, jit should bo promptly passed by both Flsko's comment on tile boycott of mand as winter approaches, for all Do you suffer from headache as editor. (houses and sent to tho President for me a bottle of Cardui I would try It. . . pains In sides, or other Siscmct-fort- s, In 1S2S Nathnniel Faschall became furs that were trapped and.ndt rais- types of trucks. signature. If tho President veto-'c- s ed on tho fur farms At Indianapolis, all records wcro I commenced taking It, however, that tho partner of Edward Charless nnd his each month? Or do yaa j&u that resolution, ho will doubtless of America. He "fnue to tho broken List Tuesday whon G,.00 hcci evening I called my family about weak, nervous and fagged-cut- ? editor of the pipr. Iusv willing to take tho consequence. I have trapped animals myself, nnd were brought in by motor trucks or old Gazette in 1S12 as a bound boy ,bo About tho .Certainly ho cannot shift tho respond when I look back at those days I 1,350 moro than former high record. me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the womaii'u twio. j& to tho elder Charless. ho ought not to try to X tra think of tho cruelty nnd horrors of This wns 2,000 more hogs than wero many days unices I had a change for trtaL time that Faschall became partner In slblllty and paper, n boy shirk It. If the bankers nnd business tho practlco of slaughtering God's delivered on tho steam nnd interur-ba- n tho ownership of tho pretond to bo Indifferent to roads. It required sonio 500 ve- Von Kessel to test his loyalty. Gen. that wns designed to mnintnln a long men who of tho trenty and concern creatures for their skins that Ho who with tho pa- the terms and Important connection rules over nil has glvon them. Walk- hicles to haul the supply, somo of the Baron von Oertzen said that to his discontinuance of a per, entorcd its service as an appren- ed only with the ing on Chestnut street ono will notice trucks coming eighty miles. Tho to- surprise, Von Kessel was willing to stuto of war aro slncero, they will vain women wearing furs to attract tal valuo of tho hogs .hauled was talto tho bribes offered him. Von Georgo Knapp, who tice. Ho was sincerity of their Forgive $200,000. with tho paper until 1SS3, n demonstrnto tho Kessel sprang to his feet, denying ho X the nttontlon of passors-by- . 3S DENTAL SURGERY years. Ho position by supporting a joint reso- them, for thoy know not what thoy fifty-si- x Mr. Reeves says exports aro In- was even tempted to take the money total service of way home lution of pcaco. If they fall to do do. It, is up to tho United States to creasing, tho products of the automo- 3H Marines who escaped execution and 1 Centertown, Ky. died nt sea In 1SSI5 on his plain people of the land' stop tho practlco of trapping. Our bilo Industry now going to some SI relatives of thoso who mot death, apfrom Europe His nephew, Charlo3 that, 'tho suspicious than ovKnapp was connected with tho will becoino ljioro Dumb Animals. dlfferont countries. At present It peared on tho stand during tho day, years, nnd was in er over tho flood of propaganda from forty-nln- o Republic Is not moro than 5 per cent of tho Thoy sworo thoro was no excltoment OfTiccs over Morton's Dntsr Hoston Transcript. control of tho paper from 1S93 to Wall street." NEWSPAPER BARGAINS. total business, but with almost un- on March 4, tho day of the execu- X Store. Call Cumb. Phono 22. 191C, when ho went to Now York to tions, nnd ono testified Mniioh, whon limited possibilities in tho future. "Not oven tho best frlonds of tho nssumo the tieasurershlp of tho Now he saw n sailor approaching, would It party can pretend that For a limited time we can shout, "Hey, there; sailor, go to tho "York Times, nnd died nlmost ns soon now lnbor great Should Ito Quarantined. and unifying cause. u right," and that thoso who obeyed ns ho hnd assumed tho duties of his nossebses furnish you the Louisville It may dovelop In tho heat of battle new "position. Courier-Journ- al Many physicians believe that any- wero among thoso shot. and party Is wholly Daily Tho last wltnevs wns L,lout Schroe-te'- r, Paper Changed fiom Weekly to Dully but at tho outset theantipathetic dls- one who The Hartford Republican, (completely has a bad tocold should bo nnmo of tho paper was ( artificial alllanco of who tried to establish tho fact Tho present provent other Isolated FORSALEL adopted In 1888, when it beenmo contonts, Tho Inspiration comes not both one year for $5.50. We members of tho family and associates that tho executions wero tho result of and file, but from "Tho Republic." thereby lessening nt all from tho rank from contracting the disease, as colds a threatened mutiny, but ho admitted group of radical leaders who have can also furnish you the tho confusion of strangers who did n are about as catching as measles. tho street where tho shooting occurhow "Tho Republi- sat at tho feet of the Uritlsh Labor Louisville Daily Times and Ono thing sure tho sooner ono rids red was qulot when ho arrived on tho no understard party (with a squint nt Petrograd) ho hnd can" could bo n Democratic organ. Hartford Republican, both himself of a cold tho less the danger, scene, nnd that mutiny merely been chango from a weekly to n and resolved thnt America is rlpo for Tho nnd you will look a good while beforo told about the Pa- organization. Neither one year for $5.50 mdally was mude Soptombor 20, 183C, a similar you find a better medlclno than tho first Sunday pnpor tinlon labor nor tho old time farmers' g must Sickly children need White's Cream to same. and. In 1S48 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy'to aid , .. organizations have rendy sympathy It not only destroys was published. . . m Vermifuge. you In curing a cold. rn n nAir1-in-A- fi ... Jvam with tho now movomont. u musi ro- - uimoi nnt worms, If thoro bo any, but It acts as emit chiefly from tho extreme left of vance subscriber. a strengthening toulc In tho stomach Bred Gilts and young AMIKRT RIDICULES GKRMAX OIW1CKIIH PRESIDENCY HINT .the nation, tho 'Rods' of parlor, facSend all orders to th( EXCKKDKI) AUTHORITY and bowels. Price 30c per bottle. tory nnd farm. It Is n strnngo Cox- Pedigree furnished. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Republican. Dec. C. King Albert rul- oy's army tnat seoms imoiy 10 resuu. Hartford Drussols, Berlin, Saturday, Dec. 6. Capt. cuudldacy Never has It been attempted to gather BUGGICSTIVK SIGN. LOYALL P. BENNETTw ed on tho suggestion of his von Kessel, who acted as IntermediaAUTOMOHIIiK VRORUCTIO.N so in tiny Job lots of dibsent and reof a republic of for president ry between MaJ. Gen. Rolnhardt and do- Hartford, Railway Stations In Sweden at Route 7 Just prior to his ilepnrturo for bellion under ono banner. Tho Notwithstanding tho great strides First Lieut. Marloh last March, when States, nccordlng to n re- duration of principles was nocossart nre served are indicated which meals tho United ...... . . ly vurlcd nnd glittering. it- u Imril Hint ftin Industry has been making 29 sailors woro executed, assumed an bv tho slmiilo but suggostlvo picturo velation inndo hero recently. past fow months, motor important rolo today In tho trial of so during tho ! of a crossed knito and fork opposite Dr. Kdouard lleyer, u member of to sco how llfo cuu be broatcd into conglomerate a mass." car prouucMon mis year win iioi ex- Marloh, who Is being tried for shoot- to thn name of tho Btatlon In tho JOHN WHITE L C0. tho Socialist group, was present at a formless and L9UltVILLE,RV. ceed 1,000,000 vehicles because of tho ing tho sailors. In fact, Von Kessol time tablo. Now York Tribune. reception glvon for tho King nnd ortfMat Liberal hiiiuII numbor produced during tho becamo ono of those accused of exdeparture. Queen on tho ovo of tholr and full valua months following tho signing of the: ceeding his authority along with evening tho King had a During tho for .FURS armistice, according to Alfred Reeves, Relnhardt and Marloh. I norsoual chut with tho RoclnlUt leadFOR FLETCHER'S FOR FLETCHER'S Wltnesi after witness testified that manager of tho National general Midas and er. half a million marks had been offered I Automobile Chamber of Commer' SoatfUna "Toll wo? doctor," ho oiked, "what Globe-Democr- .piipcr lf i Wnshlngton, Dec. 0. There will bo no provision for universal military training In the ninunl nrmy appropriation bill now being prepared for early presentation iu the flntiso, Rep rosentntivo Anthony, irtiug chairman of tho Commltteo on Military Affairs, announced today. Tho committees hold a meeting today and agreed tentatively on the framework of tho measure, which excludes universal training and discards tho bill recoiiu.iindcd by Gen. Peyton C. March, Chief of Staff. 1'jixois Army of :(()(),()()(. According to Mr. Anthony, there will bo no real army reorganization bill presented to tho House. An nrmy bill, ho said, would bo framed by expanding tho National Defense Act, nnd will provldo for nn nrmy not In excess of 300,000 men. Other members of tlio committee sny that tho stato of tho nation's flnnncles will not permit of nn nrmy of such size and Intend to fight for n force of 250-000. V i-SX- -- ," I Jr d 77 Ml & St Sif iL..?"rof5Baaw4;ffi r1uK Pi.wcx totfff? m m SiK. &Mm m jxx' ni'M jrc? jf.MVhivi m i.l I1 mr jr&Ji mm . & ft . Wh -- m.w I'VI'J m m 3SBL m jSS 2Sramat2Bto&rfl 2& fmm8&m?!&7irmxssm asaaw jsfijffl mmm AMELS' expert blend of choice V Turkish ar.d choice Domestic, tobaccos answers every cigarette desire you ever had! Camels givt such universal delight.such unusuaX enjoyment and satisfaction you'll: call them a cigarette revelation ! If you'd like a cigarette that doesy-no- t '. .x:m . jlP TST-- 3 Tt r , W'y ti -sTJ j 1 1 1 sfZZ ut t II HOT & SWw GALLED M p ffX1! HER I HER FAMILY TO BED Aillr MBiw. I , I ! lifx. Ewttfc--ach- ed ! Dr. M.M. Dexer, Oh! I Seel Piga. aj. f 6.I.C. JSk g,. Hoi-glu- m Sjjc Children Ory CASTORII Children Ory C A SJCO R A Mir w- - ZJULL7JZZ5fr21X2!V: ysmtffSPT.T TB37prgSaW; 3 " l.JIMff" k t ? Lome M d Join fn AA Lager ready for the greatest Christmas Nail Files, Pud Boxes, II mi ReOur stock in Ivory Goods is complete-Mirr- ors, Manicure Sets fiom $1.50 ceivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brushes, Box and Roll-u- p Sets from $3.50 to $2o.OO. to $15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror , Ivory Clocks, inlaid designs Ingersoll Watches a large assortment. Shaving Mugs, Cigarette Cases, Xmas Caidb, and Shaving Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Seals, Xmas Books for old andoung. in town-ma- king Goods arc to be found Vho throng the store where the best slock of Christmasworld has cvei known. e Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Dolls the best assortment in town. Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in abundance. Our Christmas assortment of TOILET WATERS AND PERFUMES m all the superior odors, was never more complete. We are headquarters for BOX PAPERS at prices from lo cents to $o.00. We have a complete line ox i Columbia Graf onolas And Records subject to your inspection. Call and have them demonstrated. We have many other appropriate Xmas gifts too numerous to mention. Our , prices are all right. We invite your inspection and'patronage. The largest and most complete line of Dolls ever exhibited in this market, from 5c to $10.00. Rubber Dolls and Toys in large numbers. Perculators.and Silverware a large assortment. The most complete Toy assortment ever brought to town. Sleeping Dolls, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported Japanese Hand painted China French Importations of Hand painted wares, Casseroles in numerous pat- . terns, daiumieies aim uhiuiww tm-io- I iTH 1 OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, (Incorporated.) HARTFORD. Republican y look it up and lets get right to a merry Christmas and a prosperous Npw Year. en-Jo- - KENTUCKY WW t4 The Hartford GOOD MUSIC FOR HARTFORD. t , V ?V,HTTTSTTTyCT3CT.- --4 Published Weekly fcy HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TINSIiEV, Editor and Business Manager. In order that our force may tako the whole day off Christmas wo have derided to put the Republican to press Woilnesday night instead of Thursday evening or night. So that will necessitate tho closing of our Entered according to law at the forms promptly at noon Wednesday. Postofflce, Hartford, Ky., as mall Those having ads, or other articles matter of the second class. for that issue will please get them In oa ani1t no rtnccllllfV fl nnthlni? will . we .... Ji . .. to ie accepted. alter noon oi .... aim iur Address all communications Republican, that issue. Jhe Hartford The end of tho Coal strike that has the naner sent been reported to be In sight from day to a new address must give the old! to day, during the past few weeks it address in making the request. seems has finally been rjuli.e.l and Business Locals and Notices 10c will )er Hue, and 5c per line for addition- the order sent d wn the line that The take the mpn b ck to work again al insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards country is in darkness and sriiverlng of Thanks, Gc per lino, money in ad- for tho lack of coal that it should vance. and Church Notices for services free, hai o been totting all of this time, but other advertisements, Be per line. t':o agreement that puts the shovel will and the pick to brlns'in: forth tho Anonymous communications receive no attention. weclous black diamond j will bo wel comed by millions of thoia whose very NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. fiiiiinnrilin'rs tleslrlnc Messrs. L. T. Riley and W. P Tay lor announce that they have secured Parr Bros. Original Dixieland Jazz. Band, of Louisville, Ky., to furnish music for the big Xmas dance, Dec. 23, 1919, Hours 9 p. m. to 3 a. m. This band played for tho Thanksgiving dance, Nov. 27. If you didn't get to hear them then, don't fall Xmas, for there is none better. Spectators will be charged 33c, war tax included. Ladies who dance, free. Everybody both far and near are Invited to W. S. SMITH DEAD. Mr. W. S. Smith, of Horton, died TELEPHONES. Cumberland Farmers Mutual, i. . . FRIDAY 123 59 .V! .DECEMBER 12 Why is Emma Goldman, any how? Tho brighter tho lights that arc turned' on Mexico, the darker looms the shadow of tho Greaser. Wo suggest that more coal could bo saved if tho L. & N1. would diso continue a portion .of tho train E. branch. Tho on tho M4 l. ser-vic- Company might make It a Then tod, tiiero Would be les danger of trains running over blind and deaf people. n, semi-weekly. at his homo early Tuesday morning from tho effects of some character of rheumatic affection. Mr. Smith had been in charge of the pumrlng station n for the'l. (J. R. R Company at for years, was well known and highly respected. Burial of tho remains will tako place tats afternoon at 2 o'clock, at Bethel, with funeral services conductlives depended upon coal production. ed by Uev. Frank Baker. . of the One cood thing growing out Mrs. Mary Smith, of Fordsville, war is tho plans to Americanize the who had been visiting friends and "menue" handed you by tho town, was called frocked gentry in tho dining rooms relatives in and near homo last Tuesday on account of thp of our hotels, by substituting the "Bill of Faro' sudden death of her son, Will Smith, good therefor, and having It printed in ho died of heart failure. plain American. When a Rube like Roscoe, tho seventeen months oM ourself goes to tho city, Just about times out of twenty he never child of Mr. and Mrs. Joo Griffin, of nineteen , of knows what he's to get when order Central Groe, died 'ast Saturtl-.yFuneral sering a meal. One may think he is or bronchial pneumonia. dering greens and Jole and when it Is vices were conducted by Rev. E. W. placed before him It may bo A Ln Smith, after which burial took place something else, something you know at Goihen. m nothing about and can't eat at all. Como on with straight American, on a plain, readable Bill of Fare. Hot-tocut-awa- Tested 259,000 Miles Three-Poin- t Cantilever Springs. Greatest Improvement Since Pneumatic Tires Overland 4 has been put through the most thorough and severe test possible. 250,000 miles of mountain trails, desert sand, heat, cold, mud and dust, demonstrated the quality of every part of the car long before we began manufacturing. Cantilevclusively that Three-Poier Springs, exclusive with Overland nt y This remarkable test showed con- are the greatest improvement in riding comfort since the introduction of pneumatic tires. They protect the car from road shocks and prolong the life of every part. They enable the wheels to hold better to the road. They give great er comfort under all road conditions. ' They do away almost entirely with side sway and rebound which twist and rack thu car. Diagonal attachment of the Three-PoiSprings at both ends of h Springbase gives the a steadiness and smooth riding of the heavy car of long wheelbase. Equipment is complete from Lite Starting and Lighting Sys-- f tern to Marshall Divan Spring holstery. Come in and see this car at Cleve Iler's old stand at Williams and Duke. Ask for Booklet. Overland 4 Touring, $845; Roadster, $845; Coupe, $1325; Sedan, $1375; " nt 130-inc- Auto-- Price's f . o. b. Toledo. Pay Your Taxes ' We greet you Governor Morrow, and hope that your administration of affairs while at the holm in the State House during tho coming four years may fully measure up to your preelection pledges, not so much for your glory but to tho good of tho "Old State" whom all Kentuckians and should delight to honorably faithfully serve. , IAVIA, ROUTE SI. Farmers aro very busy stripping and delivering tobacco. Mr. Willlo Blair and family, of Hartford, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs. Fannie Blair Pvt. William A. Murray, of Camp Taylor, Is spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Molllo Murray. The llttlo dausbter of Mr. and Mm Everett MUllgan, of Nocreek, was burled at Mt. Carmel, Wednesday. Mrs. Gllbort Jolley went to Owens-boro- , Monday. Mr. Henry French has gone to Mat-we- ll to work in a coal mino at that place. We Invite tho careful attention of our readers to a short lino on tho front pago of this Issue. It's on a d little, yellow slip in tho upper coiner, at tho end of said shgn line muy bo found tho date to which your subscription la paid. Kindly right-han- I must settle with the County and State and you must settle with me. Pay your taxes at once, or else have your property levied upon and sold. This will only add cost on you and an extra burden upon me, something we both should wish to avoid. Pay the tax and keep the cost. S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. (SW PARKE TAYLOR ; V TAYLOR & MORRIS Hartford, Kentucky ERNEST MORRIS B MBIJf JBilMilBTii VJ.JtgXimB The Annual Christmas Dance HARTFORD, KY., DECEMBER 23, 1919 Parr Bros'. Original Dixie Land Jazz Band of Louisville, Ky., Will Furnish The Music. NOW WE COME To The ' - You Must Not Miss This. All Dancers, Both Far and Near, Are Invited to Attend. ETZ Gift Season when care and strife are laid aside and the spirit of love and good fellowship is expressed in the Christmas Gift. For Christmas Gifts we offer the following items : that WOMEN like the most tfu.j ti Cflie GIFTS it " Bring the kiddles to see our shipMr. V. C Elgin has purchased a ment of sleoilng dolls, tenscmq girls, farm, consisting of 200 acres, near Montgomery, Ala., to which he, with coaster kids, voice toys etc. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) his family, will movo at an early date. AWH in Sk-- i i l "i4 V -- v l T&SMfiDjS. - v.'XjS--S- MMM vmM i mM l 5 1 - jy x. x. n c ..i - i Csjjii 3t.r.M,fr M 11 n a tos. x x 4 fir ! NLW ".i ' P - x f AS35A" vj.h L -" J&S-ctq & 1 i'jry jZK.t'tii 3 ma mi i ,vai n iiniM w i V r 1. very Rifts. They WOMUN are reallyothers,pnctlcal mindeil ulicn it conies tothing! which but prefer for llieme!e!i,thoc l'ir luve DOVULE v ilue value 23 property and sentimental value. Jewelry, for Although i U, r.t fmt tliou-.li- t. a part of vanity and there 14 n rieener Kienifiranre tn neli nurehascs. . men, too, tor that matter, in tne I he wjr'd cncourai'ca ttfcim-a- nt purchase or in the cmng of jewelr Nowauivs ringi, as an instance, are mati&in cwiiutnns variety ol ilcsiKn. There is a rinK for'every Uiadc nf i.ir!hin .inil neraon.ililv Tlie W. V. W. firm tfct Kines. for rccn ami women, arc all guaranteed and constitute the very investment -- 'feSjT 'vtf x .v . '10IIF irn-'- Z'.. i wiH 'tr a yfft Vi n i n ... ... Here, in Dili fine store, you will sec so much that is Inspirational a UcIIsIiUlI ;j!..c to Isit and to shop. weernplmir It Is J. B. TAPPAN, odtncjr- 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Jeweler & Optician Hartford, Ky. - d Ask to see tho beautiful I will buy your turkeys any tlmo wnter pitchers and I display you want to sell them and pay you of new Cut Glass at tho more money than you ever got beOHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) fore. ., L. T. RILEYv Messrs. Jas. T. Sandefur, of Chica Having bought our horse Collars, go, 111., and Isaac Sandefur, of De troit, are visiting their parents, Judge buggy and wagon Harness early, we can take care of you. and Mrs. J. P. Sandefur. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Wcjaro headquarters for Christmas presents. Gifts for both young and old I'Ojs and girls. 1.50 spent fox a years subscription OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc to the Republican as a Christmas present, would bo appreciated bv Miss Margaret Marks went to your friend as! much perhaps, as any yesterday, to visit relatives other gift you could marte. Field and to nttencl tho Al G Minstrel, playing there last night. Elijah Thomas, who Is a student In the Castle Heights Military School, Rojl-u- p Manlcuro Sets, Comb, I cbanon, Tenn., will arrive home the Urusli ajul Mirror Sets in a variety of 19th., to spend tho Christmas holiselections, at prices most moderate days with his father, Mr. John OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) Thomas. hand-painte0v-ensbo- ro For The Men and Boys Kid Gloves, Neckties, Umbrellas,' Lisle and SSk' half-hosan Overcoat or a Suit of Clothes, Handkerchiefs, Caps and many other items of the practical kind that are varied and fascinating. e, For The Ladies and Misses Silk and Lisle Hosiery, TTo Umbrellas, Neckwear,, TJln vlml-HnnJ- . J- vrllrilnr-P- o nin r-- rvrrr M' Suit, Georgette Blouses, Gloves, Furs, House Slip- pers, Petticoats, Boudoir Caps, Brassieres and I, v .; FOR SALE! Cheap. Will take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court bottom, the rest upland. House. One-ha5G acres four miles from Hartford, on good road. 73 acres near Newville. 5 Toom cottage, stable, bam and other buildings. Price $3,500. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres wood, six room house, two 'barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per lf acre. CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, Rqv. E. Watt Smith, Messrs. W. H. For your stomach's sake use a Barnes, Ira D. Bean and Ellis Foster, malleable Monarch range. Vitreous of this place attended the Methodist enameled, rust proff. On display Group Meeting at Beaver Dam, Wed- - qj-nesday. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Beaver Dam, Ky, Rov. and Mrs. E. AVatt Smith and llttlo son will leavo Monday for Ope-llk- , The Ladles and others of the MethAla., to spend Christmas with odist church, have completed arrange- Rov. Smith's mother, Mrs. Mattie A.f nients for tho purchaso of a new Smith. plana, which, If nothing happens. should bo received in time for the re- Mlss Mlldrdd Teachout, In chargevlval that Is to be held In January. of Fair & Co's. Millinery Department; Mr. W. A. Smith, wife and three during tho season just closed, return- ed to her home in Huntingdon, Tenn., children, of Henderson, arrived here Wednesday to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. yesterday. T. Belcher. Mr. Smith returned Mrs. W. H. Gillespie and little son, homo yesterday, while Mrs. Smith James Carllslo, Misses Gustine Mills, and chJWren will repialn ten days, : of this office and Annetta Gillespie v Mr. J. S. Albright-o- f aro spending tho day In Owensboro, tho state of Washington, after visiting his uncle, shopping. John Davis ml family of Route 5, Mr. It. T. Collins has sold hi" resl for a few days, left Tuesday for denco property at tho foot of Mulber- Tennessee, where he will visit rela ry street and the River, to Mr. L. M tives before returning to his Western Rhoads, who recently remoe'd here home. from Tenn. a, You'll find our display a constant source, of helpful suggestions on Christmas gift choosing.. Carson (El Co Hartford, Kentucky.. Christmas Opening! 4. , Mr. L. M. Rhoads and family, who havo boen residing in Tennessee, for tho past few years havo roturned tj Hartford, where they will make their Corn for Sale 500 to COO bushels, future home fflie Hartford Republican near town. Apply at this office. I am paying moro cash every day DIXIlMltKIt 12 FRIDAY. Miss Ruth Tlchenor, of Centertown, In tho week for Poultry, Eggs and vlstled Miss Dowey'Johnson Tuesday. Cream than any buyer I know of. ' L. T. RILEY, NEWS PERSONAL Hartford, Ky. Flcetwoo 1 Hez and Mesdamcs AND SOCIAL EVENTS Ward, of Nocreek, woro callers at . .1 F1M. I1 nltlf1..A, 1 I1U nn.Atl l.n.. MUU fel BIIIUU UVj n IHIlUCH this office Monday. parents of Methodist proclivities, of TOYLAND at the OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) Mr. Glonn Barnes left yesterday had tho tlmo of their lives at the for San Antonio, Texas, where ho goes basement, of the Church Tuesday afr tcrnoon and night. Send tho Republican to your absen: to spond tho winter. as a Clulsfmas present. friend Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Blankenshlp Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dojarnotto, of guests went to Owensboro Monday. Mr. S. Ilcan, of Horse Ilranch. Enid, Okla., woro tho week-en- d Dr. J. Blankenshlp was In tho city to attend of Rov. and Mrs. Russell Walker. was hero Tuesday, on business. to tho salo of tobacco thai he had Boforo selling your Xmas Turkeys previously sent over. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and soe me. I havo a long prlco to offer W. E. ELLIS & DRO. poultry. China and Oriental waro that has you been hold in Holland since tho 1915 L. T. RILEY. Martin, who has been 'Grandma" blackado, you will bo able to pursick for somo time, Is some vej-For Sale or Km'Iimiki One largo chaso this Xmas of tho OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc ) saddle and harnoss Horse. DR. J. S. BEAN, 4tlp Zimmerman, of Dr. B. F. County Attwney A. D. Kirk returnHorso Branch. visited relatives here ed Wednesday from a trip to FordsRov. Bandy, of Fordsvlllo, attended vlllo and Beaver Dam, on legal busiget your share of meat the Centenary Group meeting of tho ness and from a trip to Louisville, Come In and that wbb legal too, wo guess. quick, If you don't It will all bo gone. M. E. Church, at Beavor Dam, A, J. WILLIAMS. Delker Buggies and Owensboro Associa- Wagons aro made of .good material Tho local Parent-TeachChristmas records See our lino of tion will conduct a Doll Bazaar at throughout. Wo havo them here at and Columbia machines. tho old price. DRUQ CO. (Inc.) tho Ladles' Rest Room today and OHIO COUNTY D. WILLIAMS & SONS. ( To The Children: Our formal Xmas opening of toys etc.,. will be Saturday. We extend our little friends a special invitation to be our guest. We assure you that we will do our best to make the day a pleasant one. - y To The Older Folks: ( ; er Progress Comfort Hot Blast Burns any fuel Only one to build for the season. This invitntinn is nlsn pmvpii vnn. fni nnr stock is complete with gifts that are in keep- ing with the occasion. It has not been our good fortune for several years to have sucBi an extensive line of useful presents, so come along with the little ones, and lets make the ' day a glad one. ft J. Mrs. P. B. Taylor will return today Mrs. Nancy Ford Taylor will leavo from a two days visit with htr sister, In a faw days to join her husband in Equality. Mrs. M. A. Roid, of Tocoa, Ga., where thoy will reside In Toys Is com- tho future Our line of Dolls and plete. Call and see them. The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. OHIO COUNTY DRUQ CO. (Inc.) Campbell, who has been very sick, was reported Bomo" bettor at Mrs. E. II. Maddox, of Owensboro, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joo press hour. was tho Hocker, of near town, tusv wco. Mr. Fon Rogers, President of tho Tea Sets In Plkevlllo National Bank, of Pikevllle, d Japanese was hero last week, visiting friends rich harmonizing colors. CO. (Inc.) and relatives. . OIIIO COUNTY DRUG hand-painte- Beaver Dam. I am prepared to g and Your patronage will and I shall at all please. Mrs. BESSIE 22t3 dress-makin- Walter A most wonderful ulrtlght hot A ttoo that will blast heater. burn flfty per cent less fuel, giving RENFROW. out flfty per cent moro heat with Remember 'if you wish to save one flfty per rent less aih and flfty perd fuel cent less Miioko than any ordinary third or more of that and keep your rooms good and warm, hefyer made. you may do so by putting In ono of ' ACTON BROS., Heaters, sold those famous ACTON BROS. Hartford, Ky, by high-price- do all kinds of kindred work be appreciate, times strive to Zikxi&l&Gi Alr-tlg- ht ' i wi - v"1,,t.i.. .. ,imrzsmsmmnrms ia m.mi-.-..i- . ?W H'1.. 1 ' Etow PRESIDENT BACKS RED CROSS SEALS With tho cordial endorsement of K President Woo.lrow Wilson tho sale of Red Crois Christmas Seals opened December 1. Some have nlren.ly been sold In Washington, where the Prince jof Walos himself purchased them beforo his doparturo for New York to fnil for England. The President, In a letter to Dr. Charles J. Hntfiql.l, managing director of tho National Tuberculosis Association, wished tho movement to sell (150, 000,000 of tho Red Cross Christmas Seals tho "very host success" and tho British Prlnco gave the movement hh praise. j Tho money realized from tho sale is to bo devoted directly and Imme diately to tho war on tuberculosis In Kentucky. There tare hundreds' of men and women In the Stnto who liavo not been able to uso as many of the Seals as their Interest in the movement caused them to buy. So this year a Health Bond, in denominations of ?5 to $100 has been issued for their benefit. Kentucky has been given 13,000,-00- 0 of these little Red Cross Christmas Seals to sell. The State's quotn of the six and n half million dollars to be raised In the nation-wid- e sale war on tho white and nation-wid- e plague has been fixed at about $130,-00and if it is realized nn intensive fight on tuberculosis for 1920wlll be made, according to Dr. J. S. Lock, executive secretary oX the Kentucky Tuberculosis Association. In an address at Louisville, Dr. Lock gave some thought-provokin- g statistics in regard to the ravages of the white plague Irf Kentucky, saying that last car more than 4, COO persons had died of this disease, and that nearly thirty thousand others were suffering from it. With pjopcr care and treatment, he said, many of these victims could be cured, and at least, with sensible precautions taught by a visiting nurse, the development of other cases from these could be prevented. Reports from various counties of tho State indicate that the quota will be raised, but that those interesed in public health work must become active and present the matter proper ly to the public, which has always responded liberally In the Red Cross Christmas Seals campaigns in previous years. 0, A 5 5 c a package before the war r c a package during the war c a package HOW dtiifflfflllH you'll have a streak of smokeluck that'll all right, if you'll ring-i- n with a jimmy pipe or cigarette papers and nail some Prince Albert for packing SAY, 1 THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! Just between ourselves, you to never will wise-u- p until you can call a pipe by its first name, then, to hit the you land square re pnjthat 1 l 1 SK7 w --1 I , I Prince Albert I Well, sir, you'll bo so happy you'll want to get a photograph of yourself breezing up the pike with your smokethrottle wide open Talk about smoke-sporQuality makes Prince Albert so all-fir- ed ! t! appealing all along the smoke line. Men who never before could smoke a pipe and men "who've smoked pipes for years all testify to the delight it hands outl P. A. can't bito or parch! Both are cut out by our exclusive patented process I Right now while the going's out your old jimmy pipe or the papers and land on some P. A. for what ails your good you get particular smokeappetite ! Copyright till by It. J. KeynoU Tobnccg Co, wpjJ'H WWi.TH.Sf3 tidyred tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors-a- nd that classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. You buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is sold. Toppy red bags. R. 'J. Reynold Tobacco Company, Winston-Sale- N. C was the plantations' opportunity and able not only to compete with the they niaclo the best of it. Enormous plantations but even to develop the yl ..... ! It a industry to its full possibilities. Her 1m4rtl jungles aro filled with trees that havo MUCH RUBBERioc imoi ivCStoa. never been touched, and tho increased ..- J .)l.ll- - 43 mi iu ni" .. j I1U-UUniitniit of crude rubber for rate of growth of tho output has been negligible lately although in tl10 current year will probably reach' Possesses Vast horests Ur . . n nn tnn. nt the past year there have been evi totnl larger proHuge Trees Of Finest Brazil will produce, by the most liber- -, dences of efforts toward .r duction. al estimate, not to exceed 35,000 l Quality. 0-tons, while from the Par East comes Boos Your Money Hack If Itnt-Sii- nn 320,000 tons. ' Not Conic Up To Claims. The explanation for the change is .. her possess B In How Brazil P is absolutely guaran. . .. ,. vast forests millions of huge rubber . an 1linel teed to kill rats and mice. Cremates g ity gro tree of the finest P them. Rodents killed with in rich luxuriance all ready for tho leave no smell. Hats passiip HtUo Jm knlfo of the tapper, ha, been forced Their all food to get at " i unfavorable! conditions to permit men an. 8e lonttet .have first meal is their last. RAT-SNA-P Jo cn.de rubber ,uproma.y of the business into play. In comes in cakes. No mixing. Cats or ,.rld to bo pacp. f.om her in a de- - brought all their skill cuts his way thru dogs won't touch it. Three sizes, 20c, " ;o cue by the Far East t one ol the, t Jungle worker ami then to an- - COc, $1.00. Sold and guaranteed by to a tree, ' big events in modern business hi,-J. F. Casebicr, Acton Bros., Tayother and another until he has laid owt a path which ho can travel day lor's Drug Store, Williams k. Duke. "r." Brazil tun do big things i That H he trees alon tha. di ; most approved modern "Won , the ,, Ea&t vast arca8 I MORGAN HOUSE IN no proof beyond her co feo Indus, y. thQ MXDUKAXCK HACK. lor undisputed Buproinacy oro "J".wceda aro kopt down, overy tree l8 jj ing due to Mlonlflc methods of g contest o onduraneo In a highest order. In cacao and ca tl. horHcultural with horses of tho purest Arabian raising bhe is also demon mating her breeding, "Castor," a Morgan gelding But In rubber prouue- canabilitles. bred by tho United States DepartOn the Amazon the rubber 110,8110 has been hopelessly outdistor workg on shares with tho ninn ment of Agriculture at its Middlebu-ry- , Ho is not a "grub-stakes- " him Vt., Morgan horso farm, was the years ago bomo seeds who speed his iroiuiornuL trees of Brazil were trained or careful worker, and icks only horse with a clean day of record gruelat the end of the fourth biscuits may Include leaves, s akTn to England and sprouted. Then, ing contest. "Castor" won third "trans-""n thousand nurslings wero old nails, stones place for speed at tho end of tho connlanTe 1 Ceylon, Java, Murma and been know to include deliberately introduced test, notwithstanding the fact that he poro! Koryears little was heard. or by the worker to make his rubber fell In the deep sand on a bad road, of So enterprise and then came the more. Plantation rubber, under Injured his nose, and made the last 0 demand for rubber tires, and with .weigh placed mlle3 in a walk. This achievement is from plantations the supervision of experts is that demand rubber on the markets in such form tha an indication of what has been acin tho Far East began to trickle into "afact"er can send it direct complished by tho Department of Agi th0 n jaSlwlillc'. the Amazon rubber .lis-- 1 to his mills bo free is it from imnurl-tri- ct riculture In the rehabilitation of tho Morgan breed during tho few years was going through scenes typi- - ties. since tho work was undertaken. areas In Brazil most of the cal of gold mining rush. Fortunes Tho race was from Fort Ethan Alskies, and us tho est in rubbor trees aro swampy, fc- to tho Dovens, Mass.,, no rainy season len, Vt., to Camp - brecillng spots. i .tronin of nru.lo rubber flowed down ver back to Mnnaos ! cuts tho working season down to sev-- n largely over unimproved roads. The tho river there howed purpose was to stlmulato Interest In golden flood which made tho rubber en months, but the average working slzo than 'capacity of a, collector is only 120 tho breeding of Cavalry mounts thru-ocity more luxurious for its tho United States. A majority Paris and made Manaos tho best dia- - days, chiefly us tho result of sickness, Anything Speaking of ono of tho principal of the horses entered wero Arabians. mond market in tho world. Ono was a crossbreed that had seen that was expensive could bo sold, and areas, a Brazilian tropical expert good wines and'clared there wero no natives there, overseas sorvclo and was tho first flno silks, horse to pass successfully through foods, costly furnituro and gorgeous ."all children born thero dlo." (luurnntlno at Newport News. Two way up the In tho Far East tho trees aro carrlugos found their departyollow river, passing for a ped all tho year round and modern wore Morgans, bred at the walls of medicine is at hand to fight dlseaso. ment's farm. The veteran of overthousand miles only tho Beforo tho days of its great pros-nn- d seas service, "Bob," owned and ridjunglu that edged tho stream. Manaos with pority tho Amazon rubber district den by Col. George, led tho field at Para becomo beautiful cities was buildings, costly homes and grew much of its own food, but tho tho beginning of tho race, but boom brought about almost a taken out beforo tho finish. The two j rubber fino btreots. of the MorThat tho position of Brazil, with completo cessation In agriculturo, and Arabians to finish ahead today tho prices paid for necessities gan after his accident wero Rustem Its great virgin forests of rubber Bey and Ramala. trees, could over bo assailed was a aro fantastic. Prices are from MaJ. C. A. Benton (retired) was days. Ev- - bio to fivo times as high as at Rio thought In thoso acting as tho reen tho manufacturers of Europe and Janeiro. Tho price to be received ono of tho Judges, is to a considorablo presentative of tho Bureau of Animal America did not tako tho plantation for tho rubber efforts seriously. When plantation extent a gamblo, dependent on tho Industry. rubbor began to appear in tho world's market prices In Europe and Amerl-niarke- ta s, who usual-biasit was taken without enthu- - ca, and tho tho collectors cannot bo and at prices well below thoso ly grubstako FOR FLETCHER'S blamed much'for getting high prlcos paid for tho Brazilian product. But by 1910 a chango camo. Tho for their commodities, With tho cost of labor very high, demand for rubber for uutomobilo it, is estimated that 30,000 Ameritires and for a thousand other uses tho cost of food many times what it becomo tremendous, and Brazil Is in other points and production can settlers have entered Canada had was uuable to meet the demand. That methods crude, Brazil has been un- - sluco the outbreak of the war. BRAZIL GROWS I . M tfl 157 .,. Every Woman IVania j CASTOR I A For Infants and Children En trmv u 5 FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved In water for douches itopr pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinkham Med. Co. for ten yrart. rlejnima anil ormirwlal I Use For0ver30 Years ii Mothers 7. l 1 lTSQ A I HAT-SNA- Always bears the Signature of. &cxyffi&c&ii rO- - HAT-SNA- l"1 RAT-SNA- P. Jtacoiil) ATTHXHAXCH AT A healing wonder for naal catarrh, eoro throat and ore oye Economical. Hal tfltiaoftInarv PENITENTIARY SCHOOL Canon City, Col., Dec. G. With fourteen teachers, most of whom aro long-terinmates, the day school at the state penltontiary hero has tho largest enrollment on record this year 115 with an average attendance of- - 10S. Tho school has ton regular classes three in arithmetic, two in grammar and five In reading. There are special classes In penmanship and spelling. The. classes aro held d?il tor two hours except Saturdays and Sundays. Tho "pupils" all inmates of tho prison, aio very btudious, according to prison officials, and it o tho first opportunity n.uny ltave had to the rudiments of the threo r3.' m SaejIoTreo. VtiMil. ThePitoi 50c. ill mw-- r 1n Company, Ilolon. Mm. cf rn-pa- IW J vermiiii For tlie Cliildren A Safe, :wa?w.mam ,iluW w KtfJRinSFfcK ;iir.riWAW 4 . y X3 J!t M .S3 Remedy for Worms conUna ou uo In th testimonial FlEUY'tJ VICUMinJOKiau oITer SoTenty-flt- yfm brut ml 300-mil- j ! Succeed when everything else falls. In ncrvou,3 .. prostration . nr.d female . iney are tne supreme remedy, at thousands have testified. .ven-tness- e liters Kcpa battle Alvrara nn hand. It will hHpkcop Uio lUUe oi.ri bappaiul l.e.llhjr. 'jac. a bottle at your Urtif fflftt'a or trt?neml itoroi or If your dealer. can't upply you nti hli name anl 2V:. In itampi ami woll teud yu a bold promptly. you. E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. i"OR it STOMACH TROUBLE KIDNEYLIVERAND old is the best medicine ever over a druggist's counter. " -" ro WILL YOU. TAKE OUR s, m NATURE'S MIRROR When a woman is rW5SP'7rJil",'feAl SfcSf bsvu&vNattaCaai Wheezing In tho lungs Indicates that phlegm Is obstructing the air passages. Ballard's Horehound Syrup loosens tho phlegm so that it can bo coughed up and ejected. GERMINAL REMEDY A i. Treatment rich-rocket- ed Prico 25,c 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Co. well n n healthy there's a (1 wSbOLp I for WEAK LUNGS ot sparkle in CONSUMPTION A quick rcllcl for that lireil, run down feellnc. coushi, paint In elicit, night iwcatt, hemor rhacet. weak lunci or contumplion. It It doc. not help you It col you nolbloj. g os EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC her eyes, a rose tint in her checks, and she has FOR ONE MONTH COLUMDIIR ut ls, tap-gie- ut us Have you gotten your Hen package of Tonic at the store nearest your home? Be sure your hens have a warm nest of straw, good food mixed with Hen Tonic and clean water. Give your hens a chance and with eggs at seventy-fiv- e cents a dozen they will pay big dividends. For Sale by Egg-A-D- ay ay rich blood.a Thcro' r c tl OHIO MEDICAL GO, Lock dox eio r store-keeper- m Children Cry CASTOR I A , elasticity in every movement and a spring in her step. Lovo comes to every woman who has bounding health but when she is Egg-A-Dpallid, dull eyed, languid, sho has no magnetism nor docs sho appeal to any man. Such a chango in feelings and looksl After suffering pain, feeling nervous, dizzy, weak and dragged down by weaknesses of her sex with eyes sunkcu, black circles and pale cheeks such a woman is C. E. Crowdor, Horton. ., quickly restored to health by tho A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Favonto Prescription of Dr.Picrce. Chapgcd, too, in looks, for after IC O." Kllng, Dundee. taking Dr. Pierce's Favorite PreA. C. Leach, Rosine, Ky. Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. scription tho skin becomes clear, tho cheeks A. W. Midkiff, Narrows, It. No. 2. tho eyes brighter, plump. It is purely vegetable, L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. contains no alcohol. Druggists sell it in tablets or F. Renfrew & Co., Narrows. liquid. Send Dr. Pierce, Buffalo, Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. N.Y., 10c for trial package, A. W. Willis, Hartford. Fords-vlllo- USE LI V-VER-LAX ssmsmsmsmsm m For Lazy Liver and the Troubles " oE Constipation. - , , t3Vnl vtrrTif nil ihn itmn Ttti'- fn from work for days by taking calomol when pleasant Lio- - Ver-Lo- x keeps yo on your feet, whllo relieving your trou.1 lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don tako anything else. You can't afforo it, Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in its actions, bum in its effect and certain in results. II .w won't bo long beforo Liv- - Vtr-Lo- x will completely displace calomel in over home. Children can tako it freely ana with perfect baf ety. Every bottlo guar anteed. COc and 1 in bottles Non genuine without tho likeness and L. K, Grtesby, For ealo by " u M, yyil.MAMM, . UttUQlA El' Ii anccwliero SAN DIEGO NOW HAS lui.i fciil'i s nftcr fo"l'HT " fnrtvp- cf tubprculoun SHORT-CU- T RAILROAD cattlo. In ono case nenrly an entire lesions of tti- vhlcli mny resull from. eating raw or clroyo of 1ior3 showed Training Vines. Grape vines mny lio cut back n ltiprrfectly cooked pork, Is cnusod linvJnklnuia w.iiMi nl- tirmt. till) HWllOT ""l""'"l ,oon ns the leaves fnll. The incttiml ly microscopic worms known ns trlrh- - could not account for. Later ho ad- - rinrL.- en TL of pruning nnd training tho vinos tie- - Inae. Thoso parasites In years past mlttcd to tho votorlnarlnn Invostlrnt-- i Railway After Fifty ponds somewhat on tlio nge of the liavo boon found to lio present In 1 Ing tho enso that sovornl month's boo foro nugs, mm u mu uumitujuiu ho had fed to tho hogs tho Years Wait. mod mm nro iwo or uiroo mil m lunnis, tcass of a cow that 'never diu very years old nhould bo provided with of dead trlchinno mid trlchlna-llk- o mu cumn, uu nun. nomo lorin 01 pormnnciu Riippou. huchto is uiunmuu in Industry , Tho Bureau of Auliniil of 1 out of every .10 hogs has Stakes or a trellis nro usually San Diego, Cal., Dae. C. The hap-plok owners to havo n been found nffectcd. Unlike ninny urges commonly used. ilclcnt and nro city in tho United Stntcs today dyo nnd ennopy trollls nro 'other InfccUous diseases, tho sover-th- o careful nutopsy mado on animals Tho Js San Diego. Cal. After half a con- best types and nro to Ho preferred Ity of tho nttack of trichinosis do-t- o ing on tho farm or'kllled because of t jry of hoping and ten years of watch any of the elahorato frames If the ponds upon the number of parasites sickness, In order that the definite ful waiting, tne narnpr oi uio sun Large quantities of cnuso of trouble may. bo learned Is the terminus of the shortest direct swallowed. vlnci nro pruned regularly. of Infec In tho two wlro trellis, tho lower slightly Infected pork must bo enten Cnrcassos that show lesions transcontinental railroad to all pr.ir.ts In order to produce bad effects; but tious diseases should not bo fed. In- oast of the Mississippi from Pacific wire Is placed about three feet from ho cared tho ground, the ujipor ono about five on tho other hand, scvoro Illness may stead, such carcasses should eaten by tidewater. bo caused by eating small amount for so that ho part can bo feet, and tho vinos aro fastened to tho John D. Spreckles, foremost citihogs. Thorough destruction of tho zen, Is being honored for financing Only two canes aro allowed of pork that Is heavily Infected. wire-- . carcass by burning, or by deep burial to form. 1'ach cane should bo cut oft tho road and completing it in ten under a liberal application 6f quick- years of trying vicissitudes. a wlro where tho branches aro nl- Storks of Old at proper procedure in such The stocks of old corn on farms lime, Is tho lowed to form nnd spread out in fan- This new railroad Is tho San Diego also to j along tho wire. November 1 Is estimated nt 72,203,- - cases. Attention is called shape and Arizona Railway, extending 150 dangor of feeding offal from Tho system of training, when thoooo bushels, which Is 2.8 per cent of tho miles along tho border from San to swlno, as sueli nro used, may bo varied' the ISIS crop. T'io corresponding slaughtered animals Diego to El Centra, wliero It connects two wires practice is another source of Mimewhnt by allowing only one enno figuro a year ago was 111,078,000 a with tho Southern Pacific lines and provides a transcontinental short cut grow, cutting it off at tho top wire, bushels, and the average of the pre-A- h to t .It represents tho most expensive rail- the branches grow they should bo ceding five years was 87,277,000 OlirBeOUM IlK'u mill m na "i United States, trained to run nlong tho wires In each bushels. bruises and wounds the! road building In tho cuts, burns, with the possible exception of some .of direction to a dlstnnco of about halt first treatment is most important. way between tho plants on each side. 'riiriisliliiK nnd Storing To Sine Soy When an efficient antiseptic is ap- - the government spruce spurs, having which is upward of With tho canopy trellis, posts nro lU'iin Seed piled promptly, there Is no danger of cost $17,000,000 n trt'S100.000 a mile. Much of tho seed now is of consider.! .HUC'CllUa iillll, .,. nuuttu set along tho row of grapo vinos and . ."U nailed on top to support lil vnliio., nnd It -Is essential that all heal at onqc. For use on man or! route is mountainous of desert. A a cross-ar.. ... ...... arms should bo two fnrmcrs wno imVe raised It thrash ljeaat 1Jorozono Is tho Ideal antiseptic 'score of tunnels and numerous great tho wires. Tho or three feet long nnd a wire strung ,nnil 8(oro lt B0 as t0 prevent dctrlora- - i 'd onllng agont( uuy jt now nnd '"'Is an(l viaducts were necessary, but ' 'jo r(jad on .each end and one In tho middle. Uo aml ias. Price It hns been done on an easy grade. f()r an cmcrgencv. Asldo from tho saving of miles and The.-- wires allow tho branches to Tho ordinary grain separator can 05c $1 00 aml $liGo.sold by spread out so that ample room Is pro- - ,)C !Uj8tc,i t0 thrash any beans sue- - Ohio Cou'nty Drug company. m hours on transcontinental traffic as .. ..I.1...1 IU nc.l.l ftrrtiriltlll o fkf tllO frilit. Ct'KMllll), 1.... ll.ta ntnulitiin IT nnltlll ..11.. IIUL una iii.n.ittiiv) .. ...,...."- an Important advantage of tho ban II1VII iuii. v... Diego and Arizona route, the 'scenery this arrangement tho fruit e(, t0 (j,rash small grains, must bo rc- - l'OI,ICi:.MAX, TAKING MAN" AVIth hnngs down freely and can be easily n,ijsted when soy beam- r.re tc lio TO.IAIL, IS.MUKDKHKD of Us mountain passage is a travel furo of Its own, and by way of Justigathered. thrashed, as otherwise a largo per- f cracked seed will result. New vines may bo started by using c,,ntaK0 Cleveland, Dec. 7. While taking fication for its expensive building for tho hard wood cutting about twelve Tlu, clllef cnus0 of split beans Is tho n burglar suspect to police station business in its own domain, there are trail, Indus long of tho mature grape woou j,,b1, sl,uetl 0f tho cyllnucr, wnicn t0,iay, Patrolman Itobert Shclton wr fertile valleys along Its desert famed Rl.nt nn,i ,llr,r shortly afterward in a tho greatest being the world rtiirv should bo set In tho ground Hi1()Ui,i i,o reduced at least one-ha- lt and a good many of thorn will cstnb although tho speed of the fans and i,ospjtni. police believe he was Imperial Valley, an Inland empire of llsh their root system next season,) other parts of tho separator may be:sll0t from nmbush by a confederate. productivity ' ! In this Imncrial Valley, 50,000 hand nrunlng shonrs Is tho maintained nt normal. Th Tho prisoner escaped. separators of for trim- nonulallon produced last year ap Special pea and bean most convenient Instrumont Munv iiruuo their .ni,.nt ai,a urn nnw nn the market ...i.,., n..inn vlnna Heartburn Is a symptom of Indi- proximately $50,000,000 worth of .. -. ...w ..w .. . IlllllfS h.l'v ...w. you Illlllwlll.ty,,es of machines do clean gestion. Take a dose of Heroine in products, with cotton leading. The Tj)CfiC vines as late as February, but pracshonlil never wait until March hulling nnd split practically none of such cases. The pain disappears in- San Diego and Arizona loops for d aro art tho beans. Undoubtedly such sopa stantly. Tho bowels operato speedi- tically of its mileage Into All of the dry grapes that bored to tho vines, and the dead rators are more satisfactory and ly and you feel fine, vigorous and Mexican Lower California. Most Scenic 1'jlss. Price COc. Sold by Ohio , branches nnd leaves scattered over icnnomlcal where a considerable acre cheerful. ' " finrrise George will take position as ground should be raked up Into ngo of beans Is grown. In sections County Drug Co. the 'one pf tho most scenic mountain a pile after the pruning hns been wliero there Is an extensive seed propasses on American railways. The completed nnd burned. This Is of duction, investment in such a ma- SQUAD OF imOTIIKUS, EIGHT JIKX, VOLUNTEER. hichest elevation reached is 3.86S j;reat Importance, especially when tho chine by a community would bo prof, i. roaa, ine feet at Tecato divine. vines uro diseased. itable. way of Lexington, Ky Dee. 7. "Family therefore, will comploto the Soy beans, If thoroughly dry, can with a musical easily be thrashed with a flail. If squad, attention!" lowest elevations to the Pacific coast. A Swiss mllk-mal- d This was tho command Sergt. Itol-ll- n The lowest elevation is at El Centre voice obtnlns better wages one has only a small acreage an singing O. Moore, In charge of tho local 'principal city of tho inland empire of thnn ono who can not sing, as a cow acre or so this method Is practical ...... i wuumvwi iritli n nlorixlnc mcl- - and economical. In a few sections, marine recruiting station, was ready Imperial Valley, fifty feet below sea ,.,i,r,,i unit ii n lodav when eight lads from level. ody during milking' will, It Is said, 'a corn shredder has been used to art pnnntv . and nnn.Uianrl TTnnlrono in ni i.n Begun in 1909, the San Diego and .ww..ww.w moro milk. U h IU "IV Mimlilncr work IIIUIIUUVUII, YillllUftw yield appeared' for enllst-nn- d Arizona Hallway Is the only major aro properly cured brothers all where tho beans dried, tho seeds shell out teadl- - m0nt. railroad construction carried on dur1. ...I 1.. C,llli.,ll1u.ff. through this machine. emissary had Investigated tho ing the war. Transportation of ex.... An h,.t itn.nnn.-. - iv when run . iiauuiuiuii:iw ..n.i ....v.... w, nnd materials" boih' ways Soy beans which have been stack-i- n station a few days hgo and after be- plosives 000 pounds of wool, grease equivalent or housed In tho mow ing assured of passing tho examina- across tho international border was September. 1919, which represents cd out of doors thrashing should be tion went back homo for his seven Involved and Mexican labor was imthe second largest monthly consunip- - previous to weather is lrj and brothers. ported. Permission was readily obtlon during 1919. tho figures for July thrashed when the Extending The Sergeant found no physical de tained from Washington. pounds, sujtablo for work of this character, being 03,000,000 1919 not be attempted fects In any ono of the eight men, so along tho border tho railroad would grease equivalent. Tho September Thrashing should ... .i. i..na l.n..n nnanml MirollEll nrennrcil tho nancrs for them to sign. frve well as a military road, tf added n.u i subsequently 1919 total exceeds Hint lor sanio uniu uiu nnd But at ths point of tho procedure importance in tins rcgara uecuu.. i In 191S by 2.000,000 pounds, n thorough bweat iiinnth nf tlm linvs ImIIcpiI not the numerous military and naval esi.. r.. ....... -- m-" o.i - Mint tlin seed Is separated -- ,.,... and It Is pointed out inai in. - 111., ffnin tllrt KtVnW. Innn of them was able to wrlto his tablishments at San Diego. I... one nuns were uusy wuu rwiuu " , ber last year tho they could not be name. Then-fore- , The straw o talned rom th war conlrncts. seed fa a . accepted. Mr. Fred.Whito Says, "Don't Idle He- by condition In pounds for the soy bean for Totals In Cmise You Only See. One uut." Du- - feed for all kinds of live stock. September. 1919, ns given by tho Is baled at "I did, pretty soon I found my United States He- - many localities the straw rcau of Markets. nnd so d collar full. They ate my potatoes. of Agriculture, were: a time of thrashing partmont p I got 5 dead n seeds spoil rather easl-aV- l; As After tnylng scoured. 0.692.- Grease. 44.531.330; ca e handled, ly if noU rats. Tho rest later. They pass up and pulled. 1.7G2.2C0., ." If should be exercised in curing anil tho potatoes to eat storing. After tho beans aro tnrasn are rats around your place, folthere . It Is much more fun to watch your carefullj. example. Thrco low Mr. -- White's money grow than to watch it go. Buy Llng nnd moulding. When sizes, 25c, 50c, and ?1.00. Sold and Wholesome Complexion ,The Pride War Savings Stamps, thoroughly dry, there is no such dan guaranteed by of Hriiltliy Men Ami Glut-according to Tho best plan, J, JP. Caseblcr, Acton Bros., And Women. Okla Is known a Johnston County. of tho Unlted st!Jte8 Do- Store, Williams & Duke. tho county from which tho purest of AgrlcuUur, ,8 to .proal 1 ipto;Innp;im Makes Hod Checks Boon County white com mny bo purthrnB,nB and subsequently DAVIESS COUNTY HULKS . chased. Tho fact Is entirely due to tlM0 tlmo t0 HOLL IX PAUENT-TEACHE- It iem f Build", up Tlreil' Bodies Helps of tho club boys for tho thoroughly dry. The CIimiKO Pnle Coiiiiilcxlons tho past seven years. Through their BhouU1 bo dry and have a Frankfort, Ky., Dec. C The First To Bloom of llenlth. n united efforts their county team has drcu,aUon of air. Street School in Owensboro leads the taken tho State prlzo.on corn for four lu vabnty rathor rapidly Stato In membership in the Parent-TeachTho healthy, attractive woman years. ,a not sa(0 to hold seed for Miss Llda E. Association. nml ,t and man too with a wholesome planting purposes moro than two sea- Gardner, national organizer, saixl toIs tho envy of thoso who feel In buying canned goods do you get ThQ s(je(la of tho soy boan UIi. day, having 431 members. rareiy that, for them, such nttractlvoness is cans? Firms handling good full of thQ c0W1,eai ar0 r.reendalo. Fayotto County, . has , . . ,, vegetables, fruit and grades of canned u weovlls or othor grain IUIIUI1V ""Kett yet health and attractiveness 343, ami mo And the activities of tho meats Indorse County is aro much a matter of good, red blood Louisville, 343. Daviess Bureau of Chemistry, of tho United a man or woman is afflict- the loader, having 3,028 members out and unless States Department of Agriculture, In KDUCATION". d or sorious of the total ,of 14,000 In ed with somo , insisting that everv canner give full 38 of Ul0 Bridgeport-Franklin County, is g Acoo r ailment, vigorous health, nnd personThe public is entitled to measure. the only district which attained its m Depot tm al charm are within easy reach full measurp and any consumer whon Is responsible for apportioned membership, threo for The South is ?M30.000 fln.l.th.tth.can.h.orjjoja.pur- I i tho present health and happiness of every child on tho census list. aro thousands who formerly were thin, "J form a public service by calling theDo You Enjoy Your Meals. In some states pale, languid, and easily exhausted. to this condiattention of the grocer for each Negro If you do not enjoy your meals n helped place these tlon. the folks In tho cl)jja s iess than energetic, your digestion Is faulty. Eat mod.. amount for each whlto child. In Ala- - vigorous class and it probably can erately, especially of meats, masti' llanin'r In " Lot flvo cate your food thoroughly. bam th0 NeBroos constitute 41 per do tho same for you. , At this season there Is especla da. aml ,lav0 10 n contains elements hours elapso botweon1 meals and take im- ger of Illness following the eating of l q Qf the that mako rich, healthy blood. And ( ono of Chamberlain's Tablets pork that is raw or only .P"" per cent of the ap- - as u result of tho Increased supply of mediately aftor supper and you will t and ( creates; soon find your moals to bo a real red blood that Pepto-Mangm tho entire system attains tho vigor pleasure. Mny that belongs every man and to Ked To i.gs Head or FARM DEPARTMENT. to light numercus li i;. rrtf"t.jtl - rc f,f. ' u I st i live-stoc- two-wlr- i Corn-Itodurr- .,.. The Do Laval Is tho most ofTlclont menns of separating cream from milk. It Is cfilcicnt 40 years of sopar-nt'building experience hns brought tho best construction In every detail. That's why tho Do Laval skims so closo, turns so easy and lasts so long. There are moro Do Laval separators in use than all other makes combined. Make it an present. Qno that 'your wife will enjoy twico a day, every day In tho year, and it will pay for Itself every year you use it. Ask us about lt. se or X-m- as I Sov-bea- 1 i.i. J. D. WilliamsKy.& Sons j Beaver Dam, IJoth Phones. ' j I - j J THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Model T One Ton Truck was the e first low price truck to carry the that tremendous power delivering mechanism had previously been an exclusive feature with high priced motor trucks. In the Ford Truck, of manganese e however, you get the bronze material, absolute in strength and positive in the delivery of power, at a very low price. Come in and let us point out the many 'superior merits of the Ford One Ton Truck, because you need one in your work. We give prompt and efficient repair service. worm-drivworm-driv- wl-- one-thir- i .... fff . , E. P. BARNES & BRO., etCS). Ky... 11 III one-fift- Beaver Dam, j COJslwks 1 ... ... - .... jjlni soy-bea- Red Blood rat-sna- Makes Best Complexion ) HAT-SNAP- .- -- For Infants and Children. "ulr z ittQn p tTT J"; 'lay-ldr'sDr- "nt B 1AS1RIA c ,: A p- .' Mothers Know Tfiat Genuine Castooa r ' - i 'similaUiUicreedbyRcula1 - Soy-bea- nU HIV: J er s JTM.S ff rom-nloxl- on ThcictyrromoUn.DKcslto r.hcerfulncssandRcstConl-ui- s " Always ff A. Bears Signati ire if Rr of . fiir Jc neilhcr Oplum.MorphUicnor Uncral.NoTNAIicTIC . L Micw-Av.au- Z?riwrrrmtlZR tho-Stat- o. deep-seate- sssvth ssa-ff- :iei 9f '; 'wS'.!. S,& Pepto-Manga- ' '.: ip Cturifw'&iFi' a ff . n llZittrmrnnmr f,,, u Annals GonsUpallonanaDlarrjoca Use For Over :w !'ij;W he 3 ursti--C5J ' - uuutofSleep 'rcsultinh-rcfrotujajnrant- Poyto-Manga- ono-ton- th facsimile 5.nai- - y. f u- Pepto-MaJiga- mnr , "SSSS NEW ' Thirty Years j p -- vii 1 - an WJSSS5 products prepared on no Kil?SS?w"S hl'S: ssSSJ,C:;:- -' J CASTQRIA THC CIMTAUH Warnrmigofdis of Agriculture. consequently special .cars Hhould taken to mako sure that por, lt is eaten Is ""jj an. ho ment trlchlno.ls. 'c A conference ajU :cdcrB, orr:cicj8l held nti,her. to dr.al with matters tuberculosis eradication, brought 11Y SPAIN' AND BULOABIA prepared Iv two forms, liquid nnd tablets. Thoy aro London. Dec. 7 A wireless dis- exactly alike In medicinal value. . Ask your druggist for "Gudo's' nntnl. frm.i Tlnflln nnnniinrnil thnl tlin ,,,i... ...... v..... -.. Look Spanish and Bulgarian Governments when ordering recognize the Austrian Bo for tho name "Gudo's" on tho pack-haPublic. nge. (Advortlsement.) Pepto-Mangan WOUinn i;iuduu;i in nr.uni,iw.ui. is, a Exact Copy of Wrapper. OMN, 0 CITT, Pepto-Manga- n. ve nn ing. nn Tho Hartford Renublican for Fine Job Print I Work Delivered Promptly. j' 6' ;.i i .. 1 STRAY STREAKS By Fluko McFluko.) &. Ujp liurtior shop porter, says tUMntnilerlnKor knows every "NlBRer" w carries lnniranco and I about ittat.Tkrtt man on the ncono when the stnrtK on his trip to Glory BnmA. na xm-- P - ; I MrKKNllY M.U'CAIJKi: hADUCS :tkJe The Mcltenry Hevlew, Ladles Bene-fl- f Association, .' t'.i M 'ccabecs, hold an Interesting session last Friday .ovin away from home. "Awstiw night, when two candidates wero Iniworn arbteTtJuIlroad Company, operating tiated, after which refreshments -line of served. t Uw Umo'tniln 11 day over tills The Mcltenry Review is young but satisfied with present (RmL,:nrtt making good and steady growth. mi)luna has sent a man hero as :tt 'fhu local Depot, whose last TAX SAIjK XOTICK. mxent'1"'C 11O0 K." I call enough o:a$vUiiirg nearly too much. As tax collector for the town of "WrJinflco where a Ford backfired, Centertown, Ky I will offer for sale, tvtb "Mi Slnyn, Kan., tho other day, tfor cash, at the court house door in tiiDt. fire to a gasoline tank, tho Hartford, Ohio county, Ky., on the npan-lofrom which killed eight and nth day of January 1920, at about others and the hour of one o'clock p. m., the toMtt v;oundpil fifty-si- x oyiMl 3100,000 worth of proper- following described property: A certy. J win not buy my wife a Ford tain parcel of land, lying and being Jfar Christmas present now. No not located in the Incorporated town of Centertown, Ohio county, Ky., and rati !jihi&. Beginning at bounded as follows: 3cpt.A?Barnett, who 'arrived homo B. C. Warden's corner in the side of Poles SSaMtrttilv, .says bo did not just oxact-t- f the road, thence South 4S' wjiwi Xhe 4)oysto meet him with a to a stone in Robert Howe's line, fence, "band, as the day was inclement. thence West 221, Poles with Robert Iktlo did he think that Mut Hun-- tt Bowe's line to two white oaks and Hqrc CaseVler and the old gang two black oaks, Robert Rowe's corutterly fail o have somohlng ner in George Rowe's line, thence 3ttarad away in their private drawers North 47 Poles to a stone In the bide Uumlatlng reminder of the goodlof the road, tl.er.cc North S7 degrees a wM Oas, tho fragrant, mellow and East 23 Poles to the beginning conlons-agtaining one acre more or less, being the same land conveyed to A. B. (l UarnettVtnisinoss seems to be Rowe by G. F. Chapman on the 10th day of January 1903; and recorded "iremefcJnK. He appears not to be otherwise engaged. We bought In the Ohio County Court Clerk's three dollars, worth of old lum-T&- office in Deed Book 35 at page ?9C. nom lilm 'totlier day for which LevlecPon as the property of A. B. n ttwnned us 19 times in three and Rowe for his taxes for the year 1915 knif days. We saw our future for the sum of $4.90 and penalty 29 JMjiijjess would be wrecked, owing cts, total $5.19 and $1.00 for the adhirs that account and finally, in vertisement of said property for sale .' ave him a check, which will making a totabof $6.19. ' yrofofckly do some wrecking for. him And levied on as above set out for lie tries to cash, It. the year 191C for the sum of $5.70 and penalty in the sum of 33 cents, Jirtlee in advance fashion sheets making a total of $6.03 and $1.00 Presses will bo 4 inches shorter for the advertisement for sale, makiMm reason. It almost makes me ing a total of $7.03. TslBvi to think about it I think I'll And levied on as above set out for 'in annst .afraid to look up. and I dare the year 1917 for the sum of $5.75 jru VVdown. If some wise brother and penalty 34 cents making a total ewmiderate hister will tell us which of $C04 and the sum of $1.00 for end i the dress Is to bo shorn, we'll the advertisement of same, making 3o Jnbt how to act when we meet a total of $7.09. w Churtened apparel uext spring. I And levied on as above set out for iiifw hat tTiis seenu like borrowing the year 1918, for the sum of $4.50 raMi! a bit in advance, but I wish ! and penalty for the sum of 27 cents, hiow exactly what I'm doing when and the further sum of $1.00 for tho Si frenson of tho short dress falls on advertisement, making a total of "3. $5.77. And also levied on as above set out KXPKKSK THANKS. " for the year 1919, for tho bum of Ye Jake this means of expressing $4.20, and penalty for the sum of 25 hii.t Imarilelt gratitude and slncers cents and the sum of $1.00 for the IfeaTiXs to our friends jafid relatlv-'advertisement thereof for sale, mak 5:r jhelr many kindnesses and he'p ing a total of $5.45. aHu ilurlng tho Mckness (and death! The total sum of all tho taces as ml dear wifo' ;nd mother. Es- - above set out against said above jMtvially do we wihh to thank the. propeity being Thlrty-on- o dollars and swor for the beautiful bong ser-- j fifty-thre- e cents ($31.53), I will of-- k ' for for sale at public auction at the .1. N. LEACH AND FAMILY, House door in Hartford, Ohio j Court . county, Ky., on January the 5th 1920 'at about the hour of ono o'clock p. in., HUKllliritST. "W- aijs. Magnolia Smith spent from said date being the first Monday and until Monday at Livermore, County Court day, tho above set out &liiMsa and described property for cash, for Twnmle Bartlctt returned to his the purpose of paying said debt, pen-jsHi Henderson, Saturday, after laities and costs. Homu timo with his father,1 This Sth day of December 1919. ."Mir Smlviti Bartlctt. . JOHN T. RONE, Ut J. T Snell and family hava Tax Collector of Centertown, Ky. U-ln- s -- ,fcjwwn letter than to we might have go to one of JTCuttinr (Tinners where our wifo te lurtjilnu out. , She seems to know IhtU lvifURht to eat nothing but tur- - JNiiluw Die cane, moved back to their farm hero from beyond Hartford, whcro they spent tho summer. Cirl Combs, of Beaver Bam, was hero Sunday, tho guest of rolatives Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Stevens, o Mrs. Stevens' visited Fordsvllle, bro'ther, Mr. Ilommcy Helton here, tho first of tho week. Mrs Homer James, accompanied by her sister, Miss Maggie Allen, returned to hor homo in West Virginia, In' week. . 4444 OjHLIN 1 HEADQUARTERS ..'40 t.iiiin ii mmamJl torn in VZ, ' ' t J .LiJnL j ctaxtfr Three generations of old Kris Krinkle's constituency have been supplied from this store. It is so much more convenient when everything to eat and to wear, and all the toys, hooks, trinkets, household goods, automobiles and tractors are assembled in one place under one head. As It Has Always Been Every line is as complete as is possible under existing conditions. Our Ladies' Ready-To-Wear vm)l ar sat-Sstt- tU nx -- ar Depart- v Our Millinery Department With an attractive assortment of Hats, Trimmings and Ribbons for women and girls of all ages. Many Hatg wm be iced at much legg than theh. hu. y. iu It,g hoH(1 vaue B a Rat fop economical in price. ment Hap buits, Voits Dresses Waists Skirts and Furs in abundance and some special prices for hoh- day selling will make buying easy and profitable. ww ft? i Our Clothing Department With the latest styles of fabrics in Men's ancl Boys' Suits, Overcoats Raincoats and odd Pants. Se,W ble, sane presents are always acceptable with our young Americans. : -- We Have Quite a Collection Of Nice Presents . . ' x Our Shoe Department young Women and Men in Toilet Sets Comb and Brush Sets, Hand Mirrors, Manicure Sets, Serving Trays, Military Sets, Shaving Sets, Clothes Brushes, Collar Boxes all the nice things a young lady or man needs are here. P(M. . ' , Looms up with every new, good thing in foot wear Ladies', Misses' and Children's; Men's, Boys' built high grade Shoes,-stylish- ly aifd Little'Gents' colors. There arc in all leathers and all wanted sure to be Shoes in Old Santa's pack. Uur Uoil family glass-covere- or Hosiery In silk, lisle and cotton for all ages and size?. - Is strictly American. No alien enemies among our collection. These American Dolls are not made to set ma box They af shff 0I,.P.ut are made play with and it takes a very rough play- er to put them out of business. All children are in- vited to come in and look over our Doll Family. d . J i oydom. We have a wonderful collection of Toys of every description for the entertainment qf the little folks. Minatures of the big things mamma and pappa uses, that's what appeals to the little folks. These happy play days must eventually develop into days of toil for the necessities of life. Children visit our Toy Section, it will interest you. t t iamly j I Handkerchiefs, u: n DagS. Neckwear, Gloves, . I Suit cases, Hand bags, and an enormous assort- mentx)f fancy notions that are ornamental and useful. '' I'll fill III I !! MUM IM MM "i a-- V '& J. leafing Stoves, Cook Stoves,Ranges, Metal Bed Steads, Kitchen Cabinets, -- Everything in Household Necessities ac-- t V. Dressers, Bugs, 9x 12 feet, ' Furniture of every Stoves and all t cessories. Queensware,description. Cut Glass, Silvertheir Glassware, Knives, Sdlson Phonographs, o -t- t- Big assortment to select from, now in stock. Come, phone or write. Send cash with order. . Forks and Spoons, Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums. GROCERIES-Edib- les for the Christmas table. SHOP EARLY. Don't put off everything until the last minute. We can't reorder anything. When a lot is sold out it's no more this season. 3 Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKU WILSON, Manager E. P. Barnes & Brother BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. 1 ... FORDSVILLE, tfy KENTUCKY. mtmmt