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The Hartford republican: December 19, 1919 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 hao1919121901_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 19, 1919 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1919 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. W Fine Job Printing. -" DEVOTIiD TO THE INTERESTS OF 'ALL THE PEOPLE OF OHIO COUNTY Subscription $ .50 per Year 1 VOL. XXXII. WAR-TIM- E HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1919. JNo.25 September it has raised enough money, by giving Ico cream suppers, entertainments, etc., to lmprovo tho BOOZE HELB LEGAL well," build two sanitary closets at tho cost of $200 each and excavate, conh crete and cell a room in tho basement, which hns been fitted up ns a I. Sunreme Uourt Keverses laboratory. The Association Is planning to wire tho school building and Lower Court In Unan- mnko other needed Improvements. jl imous oDinion Miss Nora Jackson's Music and Expression classes gave an Interesting recital Thursday evening at tho MethWashington, Dec. 15. By unnnl-ino- odist church. Miss Jackson's clnsses decision, .constitutionality of havo given a number of recitals since prohibition act was .the war-tlm- o school opened, which nro always entoday by the Supremo Court. joyed, 'and all agree that much credit Tin? opinion given by Assoclnto Jus- Is duo Miss Jackson. o tice Brandels, held In effect, however, "dry" period beaver dam high .school d that tho triumphs over still may bo terminated by presldent- proclamation of demobilization. Jiil In rendering Its opinion tho Court, The Heaver Dam High School Das-khow ver, did not act on tho validity Hall team defeated the High 's of tho Volstead piohlbltlon enforce- School boys of this place on tho floor to tho tune of 28 to 10, in ment act or on appeals Involving tho alcoholic content of beer, leaving a very nico game Saturday night. Tho teams looked to be about eventhose cases to futuro opinions, which may bo handed down next Monday ly matched as to weight and speed, hoforo the court recesses for the but tho Hartfoid boys wero out class'Christmas holidays. ed when it came to shooting goals Today's decision practically swept from thu various angles. '". away all hopes of a "wet" Christmas Those participating in the gamo for Heaver Dam were, R. Harnes, K as tho possibilities of the war-tlm- o act being repealed beforo constitu jBaines, Willis, Alford and Taylor; tional prohibition becomes effective for Hartford, Williamson, Uarrass, Kills, Walker and Harper. one month from tomoriow were remote. RETURNING TO KENTUCKY. Tin cases decided 'wore those of tho Kentucky I)lstlllers and Warehouse Company, of l.oulsvlllo, Ky Tho family of Mr. John A. Johnand Dryfoos, Ulutn & Co., of New son, who formerly resided on West York, Instituted for the purpose of Nocrcek, but for tho past twenty compelling tho government to release months have been living in Decatur, whiskey from bond. Ala., where Mr. Johnson Is engaged In both cases the court denied con- with tho Hond Uros. Tie and Lumtention of Kllhu Hoot and other attor- ber Co., will arrive here next week neys for tho distillers that tho act to make their homo. Mr. Johnson fif In violation of.Uio constitution takes has rented the M. E. Parsonage Into prlvato property without Just com- which hiSj family will move. It is pensation, that the period of tho war also reported that D. S. Dennett and oincrgency for which the act was family, who wont to tho Alabama ,ijas!ed had terminated, that tho law pity early last spring, will return was an Interference with tho stnto with Mr. Johnson's family, and will pollco powers and an unduo exercise mako their home here. Mr. Dennett will move into tho dwelling purchasof tho war powers of Congress. Congress did not Intend for the ed of S. F. Hllcy some months ago. f JLivar-tim- o act to termlnnte on tho conclusion of tho wnr, bu,t at the end, RURAL SCHOOLS FOR THIS YKAK NEAR CLOSE of tho period of demobilization, in tho Wow of the court, which held that "din conclusion of tho war clearly did All of tho colored schools In tho 1 County will finally close today, havnot mean cessation of hostilities." "Congress, therefore provided," tho ing completed the full six months l X nnlntnn milled, "that tllO time when term allotted for the year 1919 and F . . tho act ceased to ho operative should 20. of tho whilo ho fixed by the President's ascertain- Moro than one-ha- lt l.v... schools will likewise bo brought to a WU Wl,w 111K Ullll lUUUIiWIUIllli demobilization .hail terminated." oloso next Friday. The remainder will bo finished within the month Wilson I'aili'd to Act. Had tho Picsldent, on October 28 followlnc. Through the long win last when ho vetoed the Volsteiul act, ter days'of J iiiary, February and a had portion of March the rural chlldvwill believed that demobilization terminated, tho court said, "ho would bo practically idlo, and a lot of time (doubtless hnvo Issued then n procla lost that should he employed In tho mation to that effect for ho had nian- - school room. m i Ifested a strong conviction that re FOR SALH. on tho salo of linuor should striction 12 acres of land on' public road, ., .i t houso, well in porch, i nnlv liv aiiMi iirnplniiinttnn rnillfi good attained, fruit trees, rjco shady yard. On mall Itho purpose of CongriiiXuo land tho serious consequences atten - routo. Price $1200. CLYDE TlCHENOR, 25t3p .nnm,n lit v nlivlnfnfl i Centertown, Ky. phone. "Ill view of tho facts of public Cumb. opinion continued, Knowledge," the HEAVER DAM. "bomo of which have been rcforred peaco had not to, tkat tho treaty of Mrs. Jonnio Williams was called to .ot been concluded, that tho railways LNorth Carolina, by tho serious illness ktlll aro under national control by vlr- her son, Prlvato Georgo Williams. iiuo of tho wnr powors, that other war of Miss Nora Jackson will leave tho brought to a I activities hnvo not bcivn tho weok for Columbia, Ky., to vinciv niul that It can not oven bo said last of has spend the holidays with rolatlves, of the nation L'that tho Messrs. Hobert Wado and Iva Harbeen restored to a peaco footing, wo In tho act ris loft Tuesday for thoir homo i.itro unablo4to concludo that Russoll County, to spend tho holif.aias ceased to uo valid.' x days with their parents. Act Not Confiscatory Mr. and Mrs. Hlrch Thomas havo act, tho court also .' Tho war-tim- o returned to thoir homo In New York asscrtlns city, nfter a visit with Mr, Thomas' "$$ield, is not confiscatory, dhat more ihnn .Uno months wero giv-J- n patents, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Thomas. distillers to dispose of their stocks Mr. CJark Maddox, of Akron, Ohio, which time the court "lloved to' Le arrived last week to spend tho holiAd".) unto. Tuo aet abo was not days with his parents, Mr and Mrs. tho caurt helrtjiv the prohibi M. it. Maddox. Mr. aiid Mrs. Madten constitut'rnul aniendniunt, which dox will leavo for Akron, O., in tho assorted Is binding not only In noar futuro, where thoy w.lll mako eaco but aim in war tlnw. their homo. h, Mr. and Mrs. Thompson Williams and children, who havo been residing lAPl'ENlXGS IN IJKAVHIt DAM HIGH SCHOOL In Horrln, 111., havo returned hero, where they will reside. Messrs. Albert Leach and J. J. Professors, O. I. Harnes, Vocational Irector; James, of Lexington; Dru- - Uiankonshlp attended the Inaugurar. of Hartford: Halrd, of Owens- - tion at Frankfort last week. of Detroit, Mr. Portpr Harnes,1 oro: Hawkins; of Whltesvllloi Flsk, f Morgantown; Dratchor, of Caney-Iiii- b. Mich., fs tho guest of his parents, Mr.' llhoads. of Central City; Pay- - and Mrs. Lee Harnes. Mr. and Mis. Walter Caseblor, of fton, of Fordsvlllo; Young, of Green- and Howies, of Harijlnsuurg, Dotrolt, Mich., wore tho guests of rellulled the school last week and ob atives last week. . Hon. Georgo llaker, Senator-eleserved the Agricultural work of tho of tho 7th District of Central City, Ugh School. Association is attended tho Teachers' Conference .Tho Parent-TeachSing good work for the school. Since hold hero last week. BAN ON ui Sus-knlt- war-lnoke- hartford lat-tor- ct to more than tho deposits in tho banks in tho county. Think of "Ham STRAY STREAKS Deposits" exceeding "Bank deposits." Tho farmers in this section have (By Fluko McFluko.) not sowed much wheat and water hn3 prevented tnuclrprcparatlon for next It's our firm belief that I. D. Clairo year's crop. , has found a crevice in the lid, fallen Except sickness of a prolonged na- In and tho top probably clamped down, ture tho health of this community is on him, as no oddly strung beads have fairly good. j been seen foj quite a spell now. Wo havo very few new families in tho community, duo to the fact that Alec Porter says ho's been dry for fow of the old citizens have moved a long, long timo, is dry at this dato' .1 out. (and if these crazy courts keep up If theso "Tidings" should find their present tactics he bids fair to their way to tho wasto basket, Mr. fall to staves and then perish by tho Editor, don't forget that you have an dry-rroute. invitation to "stop with us when passing through our SettleMy wlfo has saved up somo egg3 ment and tell us all the "News." for Xmas and I would take a 'chance We wish for you and your readers on swiping a few. Who'se got jthe a "Merry Christmas and Hnppy Now rest ot tho ingredients? Pleaso don't, Year." too many volunteer, but those wishTID BITS ing to be first should hurry. ot ovcr-nlght" ! HIGH WATER. Rough River has been near a dangerous flood lino for several day?, in fact quite a number of farmers In the low lands havo boen forced to leave their homes for higher ground with their stoclcctc., fearing a freeze over of Ihe water which would mako It next to impossible for them to get out. Farmers have not been able to get in or out of the b'ottoms below here with any degree of convenience since the last of Octob'er and will welcome normal conditions again. Had it not been for tho very sudden drop In temperature Immediately following the last big rain, of last JOE M. HAMPTON Friday night, which caused an Immense" volume of water to be frozen Singer Joa M. Hampton, of Tennessee, has been procured as choir leader for on tho eartl's surface, tho river here tho revival to commence at the local Methodist Church, Sunday morning, would undoubtedly havo broken all past records and much damage and January 4th., next. suffering would have been entailed Mr. Hampton is said to be a great leader In song services in revival on qillte a few persons and a great meetings and a treat is promised those of this community who hear him. amount of live stock. wmMik lift Ilil con-fcldtr- Ike Mason, representative elect from this county, called hero the other day and offered us tho 'clerkship of the House of Representatives. We " axed Ike to lot us see It, but, In as much as ho did not havo It with him at the time, wo havo so far failed to get it. f Wo went visiting with our wife tho other night and there happened to be no men folks at home. They wero mighty nice to us and wo had a pretty good time, but being the only man amongst three or four women, wo felt about as much at homo as William Jennings Brian would in a "Gold Bug" convention. f HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. MAY KIRK. i'' -- ! 1- Weber Clark, Udemah Rhoads, Dewey Johnson and Elizabeth Car-de- n havo recently been enrolled In tho High School. Tho Parent-TeachAssociation met last Friday afternoon. Bro Smith uiadb a splendid talk. The High School Girl's Sextette rendered the music. The Association gave a Silver Tea In tho High School , Auditorium Thursday night to raise money 'to help equip the domestic science room. It is also conducting a Doll Bazaar in the Ladles' Rest Room. Come and buy voit Christmas dolls. School closes Friday, Dec, 19th for tho holidays and will resume work Monday, December 29th. The second term begins Monday, January Cth. There will bo a number of new classes started, so pupils Just entering will bo able to find plenty of work to do. If It Is impossible to start at tho beginning of tho term pupils may entor sevoral days later and bo ablo to catch up with the class. Tho Central City Basket Ball team will play Hartford High School team Friday night, December 19th, at the Ulnk in Hartford. er Mr.Arthur Dale Kirk,' of this place and Miss Berenice May, of Owensboro, wjll be married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. M Woodward, 1940 Deer Park, Louisville, tomorrow afternoon at 2 o'clock, in tho presence of a fow of their most intimate friends. Mr. Goodell Wooten, of this place and Miss Artlo May, sister of the bride, will be the attendants. The Bride and Groom will leave Immediately for New Orleans, La., and Gulf Coast points, returning here about tho first of tho year, temporarily making their home at tho Now , Commercial Hotel. Mr. Kirk Is County Attorney of this county, a lawyer of much ability and vory greatly admired by his large circle of friends and acquaintenances. Miss May is an accomplished and most charming young lady and a daughter of Mr. James W. May, at, Owensboro. The writer Joins the many friends in wishing of Mr. and Mrs. Kirk that tho whole of their lives may be one long honeymoon, o'ercast by tho least number of shadows possible for tho human being to como in contact with. to-b- o, ( - COOL spHixgs.. TAYLORTOWN TIDINGS. Tho most freakish thing In this community now, is tho weather. When it is unfit to strip tobacco It is usually good weather. The approaching Xmas holidays are filling the minds of our pcopln and all aro planning to have a "Merry "hog-kllling'1 man-pow- er Aunt CIs Benton, of Rockport, Is visiting friends and relatives here, at this writing. Mrs. Mattlo Stowart Is tho guest of her sister Mrs. MauJa TIchonor. Mrs. Roscoo Hoskins died at her homo at Kotidor Mines, Dec. IS, ami was buried at Cool Springs tho day 1 Fulton left for Now Castle, Ind., Sunday, whoro ho wIH mako his futuro home. His wIItj and children will follow In a few days. Miss Anna Robinson and brother and wlfo visited at Flint Springs Sunx day and Monday. Mr. Oliver Brown Is on tho sick list. Tho farmers are vory busy hauling off their tobacco this week. Llttlo Shirley and Marie Elliott aro on tho sick list, Mr. Lennlo Sandotur and family attended tho burial of Mrs. Sando-fur'- s mother, Mrs. Llslos, Wednesday, December 16. m followliiK Mr. Roy Rov. Wallace Is tho new pastor on this work. His congregation has only heard him preach twice but all speak vory favorably of his sermons. Our school Is being taught this year by Miss Grace Ronfrow, of Beaver Dam, a graduate of the State Normal School, at Bowling Green. Miss Renfrow is planning to have a chool entortainment at the end of tho Christmas." term. Prof. Festus B. Taylor, of the World's Normal College of music, Dallas, Toxas, is visiting' in tho community and wo havo enjoyed several musical treats in tlitrhoincs of tho people hero slnco he came.. Our own neighborhood talent, with their violins, pianos and other musical havo helped to make these entertainments very dellghful. Wallace Drown and other buyors have bought several crops ot tobacco In this community within the past 10 days. Prices are quito up to expectation of the farmers. It In quite probableMiat the value ot tobacco in tiio bains now amounts NOTICE. ct er Patties Indebted to ine will ploase pay thoir accounts at once as I want to balance my books by tho close of the year. It I owed you what would you want mo to do? DR. J. S. BEAN, Horso Branch.' Capt. Al Barnett says it always did got his nannio for the father ot the young lady, whom he was calling upon to come Into the room about 9:13 p. m,, with bis watch in his hand, looking first at said waterbury, then d, at the old Scth Thomas on the next at the aforesaid young-ladTAFFY. (the old man's daughter) and finally wind up by looking at "him Quite a lot of sleet fell hero Satur-di-y with an icy staro as if tojsk It ho and it looks as if real winter Is knew the time of night. 5- here. Several loads of tobacco were taken "We went down to this shoo reto Owensboro last week anl r.'d re- pairing emporium 'tother day to havo ceived satisfactory prices. an old shoe doctored a bit. Leach Mr. Clydo Keown and Miss Ena very politely axed us to find a cheer Kevitt went to Hartford Saturday and and sit .down a spell, but wo didn't were married. Mr. Keown Is tho need to sit at all, wo jusfstood on ono son of Mr. J. W. Keown, deceased, foot whilst he drove 4 bits vworth of and Miss Nevitt'is the daughter of tacks (as priced to us) in our shoo John Nevitt. of Bell's Run. V ho cou- and did not git tho least bit tired ple aro very young and thpir friends either. We aint klckln on no prices wish the'm a long and happy matri- theso days, no, not a bit, but that monial career. feller Leach is somo glutton fer doln Mr. Estill Bartlett is moving to his uv things quick, that's all wo air farm near Ralph. talkln about. Several from hero attended the . sale of Alonzo Bartletts' near Duke-- i VALUABLE TURKEYS. Is movhurst, Friday. Mr. Bartlett ing to Owensboro. Dave Smith, of Routo 5, delivered Miss Inez Kirk visited her sister, 17 head of turkeys horo Wednesday Mrs. Pearl Taylor, last weok. ' for which ho received the sum al $81.42. R. E. Johnson ot Routo 7, TURKEYS. CHAMPION dellvored on the same day, 20 head, netting him tho sum of $93.16. Theso Mr. W. H. Rhoads, of near town, turkoys wero bought by L. T. Riley delivered 8 turkeys to W. E. Ellis & Co. Wednesday that" brought tho ti- for Fox Bros. Bro., dy sum of $41.60, making an averLOUISVILLE MARKETS. age of $5.20. Mr. Georgo Hickey, ot Routo 1, delivered the best Individual Cattle Market was slow and drag-gy- , turkey, It being a Tom and netting with buyers slow and backward him $9.90. about taking hold of offerings. i Prlmo heavy steer Quotations: Miss Norlno Barnett who Is teach- $12.B0014; heavy shipping steera ing In 'tho schools of Mt. Vernon, will $11012: medium steers $10.G0U; arrlvo hero tomorrow, to spend tho light steers $9iJ10; fat heifers $8(' holidays with her parents, Mr. and 12; fat cows $7.50 10.50; medlnm cows $G.257.50; cutters $G256; Mr. A. M. P.a,rnett. cannors $55.25; bulls $607.75; The board of tax supervisors for feeders $9 11; stockcrs $7 9.75; tho City, composed of Messrs. J. W. cholco milch cows $95 120; medium Ford, W. H. Barnes and Cal P. $65 95; common $50 65, Keown, completed Its labors TuesCalves Prices unchanged Best veals $15.50 16; medium $811.-50-; day and finally adjourned. common $5 7. Dull trade on son, Jesso common calves. Mrs. Leona Smith and Hogs A steady market was noted Smith, of Horton, qualified as adot W. F. on all grades. Best hogs 120 lbs up ministrators of tho estate yestorday. Mrs. $14; pigs 120 lbs. down $13.25; deceased, Smith appointed guardian throwe'uts $12.75 down. Smith was also Sheep and Lambs Demand good, of tho minor heirs of said decedent. with values unchansed. Best shoe,': $7; u'uckH $4 ilown; choice lambs Mrs. E. W. Cooper and chlldren,-o- t horo. to- senrco and bringing a big premluui Nashville, Tenn., will arrlvo morrow to spend several days with ovor general run ot stock. Bulk of her mothor, Mrs. C. M. Barnott and lambs $12; seconds $7 8 LocaPproduce dealers quoto buying family. Mr. Coopor will perhaps Join during the holldaya prices as follows ( net to shippers, th Mrs. Cooper horo shipper paying tho frolght and dray-ag- o charges): Russell Plr-tl- o Mr. I. Y. Sandofur, J. Eggs Candled 67 70c. and Auburn Tlchenor, all of whom Butter Country 42 43c. have positions with an automobile Poultry Hons 20 21c lb.; large In Detroit, Mich., received telefirm report at onco for snrlng chicken 19 20c lb); roosters grams Tuesday to s ; duty. It was formerly thought that 1213cTb ducks 2223c lb.; 3335c lb.; goose 1922o;. resumed under work would not bo two wpeks and tho boys .expected to guineas 35i0c.ach. 3.60 doz. Rabbits $3.25 spend Christmas hero with relatives. fire-boar, tur-key- NO LIQUOR TO MOVE Normal School for a career as an However hs aim In life educator. changed when ho learned that an ex AFTER JANUARY IB amlnatlon was to bo held for entrance to West Point Military Academy. Ho took the examination and passed. Af-tgraduating from Normal School Roper's Ruling Gives But with the degree of A. B., ho went to Wost Point to lny the foundation for Short Time To Get his career, a career that will resul Rid of Whiskey. In the nnnio of John Joseph Pershing being conspicuous In history. Onneral Pershing wan born Septemv Loulsvlllo Herald. ber 13, I860, In Linn County, MisNo liquors or other Intoxicating souri. beverages can lie removed from bond Heartburn Is a symptom of Indifor export after January 10. Unless whiskey and other Intoxi- gestion. Take a dose of Hcrblno In cating liquors removed from bond such cases. The pain disappears In for export and beverage purposes stantly. The bowels operate speedihave left the boundaries of the Unit- ly and you feel fine, vigorous and Price COc. Sold by Ohio ed States before national prohibition cheerful. m goes Into effect next month they will County Drug Co. & bo subject to provisions of the eighTHK XKWSIMUNT SHORTAGE. teenth amendment to the fcdcil conor i v ANTA HEADQUARTERS namin I'lwiiiiifcaaiJHMUUMWw Because of the seclour shortage of Such Is the ruling of n.".niei W. Roper, revenue at newsprint papor the Ainorl,can News- commissioner has Washington, as received horo yester ' payor Publishers Association day by United States District AttoMicy nassed resolutions favoring the re- William Vnris Gregory, and glve- but jstoration of war time limitation on Ave weeks for distillers and dealers to Us use. Paper mills are running at capacity export liquors and other stocks on and production can not be increassd, hand for beverage purposes. The ruling is n point upon vhlrh while consumption is ten per cent hundreds of distillers and dealers more than production, meaning an have been Interested In for months annual shortage of 200,000 tons. The year's consumption Is expected and has brought many anxious Inquirers to the office of the district to be 35 per cent above last year's, attorney and collector of Internal rev- - the increase being attributable solely enuc during the last few weeks. It j to Increased size of newspapers. .. 4 r. mi... 4UUU1 inail n..A In Its ' XJ1U is stringent and l til'Ul K T..1 nil' As effect and under Us provisions any sociation, at itsi annual meeting in New York, advocated a national poliliquors In transit for export and purposes that failed to get be- cy of forest conservation. yond the limits of the United States Wood used by the pulp and paper befoie Jan., 10, would be subject, to indutsry has Increased from 1.9S6,-00- 0 cords In 1899 to an .ivorage of seizure and confiscation. Under the ruling liquors and other 5,300,000 In the past five years beverages, even though such bever- -' Hundreds of tons of saw' mill waste ages were aboaard a ship at an which could be used for coarse port, would be subject to pors are being burned every day. the provisions of the eighteenth Commerce and Finance, amendment in event the chip had not Deep-seate- d coughs that resist- or- left the port. dlnary remedies require both external Tc.t of The Killing. The ruling received by Attorney and Internal treatment. If you buy Gregory from tho commissioner at' a dollar bottle of Ballard's j hound Syrup you get the two reme- reads: No person shall on or after the date dies you need for the price of one. when the eighteenth amendment of There is a Herrick's Red Pepper For- s Plaster for the chest, free with the Constitution of the United States goes Into effect, January 1C, 1920, each bottle. Sold by Ohio County m manufacture, sell, barter, transport. Drug Co. " export, Import, deliver, furnish or, TAX SALE NOTICE. possess any Intoxicating liquor except as authorized in this act and all of the provisions of this act shall ba! As tax collector for the town of liberally construed to the end that the Centertown, Ky., I will offer for sale, use of Intoxicating liquors as a bev- - for cash, at tho court house door In crage may be prevented. Hartford, Ohio county, Ky on the In the opinion of Attorney Grego- - 5th day of January 1920, at about rev this section means that distilled the hour of one o'clock p. m., the spirits, wines, beers and other Intox- - following described property: A liquors intended for beverage tain parcel of land, lying and being purposes must be removed from and located in the Incorporated town of have left the territorial jurisdiction Centertown, Ohio county, Ky., and Beginning at of the United States on the date the bounded as follows: C. Warden's corner In the side of eighteenth amendment becomes ef-,lectlvc. the road, thence South 4$y2 Poles to a stone In Robert Rowe's line, Won't Acrpt Bond. " Filing or a declaration for export thence West 22 Poles with Robert or the execution of a bond covering Rowe's lino to two white oaks and tho tax on the spirits In transit or the two black oaks, Robert Rowe's cor-fathat tho spirits are in transit in nor in George Rowe's line, thence his country, or are In the warehouse North 47 Poles to a stone In tho sido at. the port of export, or are aboard of the road, thence North 87 degrees, at tho port of export on the day when Ea.st 23 Poles to tho beginning con- the eighteenth amendment becomes talnlng one aero more or less, being , effective, will not be accepted as a the same land convoyed to A. B. sufficient compliance with the statute Rowo by G. F. Chapman on tho 10th prohibiting tho exportation of intox- day of January 1903, and recorded icating liquors on or after January In tho Ohio County Court Clerk's office In Deed Hook 35 at page 295. 1G. When tho liquor Is to be exported Levied on as tho property of A. B. Into another country whoso territory Rowo for his taxe3 for tho year 1915 Is contiguous with the United States fur tho sum of ?4.90 and penalty 29 such liquor must be outside tho terri- ctH, total $5.19 and $1.00 for tho of said property for salo tory of tho United States when the eighteenth amendment goes Into. ef- making a total of $C19. And levied on a3 above set out for fect. Whero tho exportation Is to bo made from a seaboard port for export, tho year 191G for tho hum of $5.70 exportation will bo regarded as hav- - ami ponany in mo sum oi oj cems, ing been accomplished onlv whon tho making a total of $G.03 and $1.00 ship carrying tho liquor has left tho for tho advertisement for salo, mak- lug a total of $7.03. j,ortAnd lovlod on as above set out for This means that tho liquor musl loave the warehouses In Louisville or the year 1917 for the sum of $5.75 1 olhor points a long way from port at and ponalty 3 cents making n total loast a wcok or ten days boforo tho of $0.04 and tho sum of $1.00 for amendment becomes offectlvo. In tho advertisement of same, making other worrti, it means that distillers a total of $7.09. And lovlod on as abovo set out for mill dwilors mtiHt make their ship- menu from Loulsvlllo and Kentucky tho year 1918. for tho sum of $4.50 shortly aftor tho first of tho Now and penalty for tho sum of 27 cents, and tho further sum of $1.00 for tho yp.,r If the ban is lifted by tho Supromo advertisement, making a total of Court Monday It will leavo barely $5.77. And also lovled on as abovo set out more than four wcoks to mako ship-- , .neuU to Now York or other seaports tor tho yeur 1919, for- tho sum of $4.20, and penalty tor tho sum or .& cents and tho sum of $1.00 for tho Do Von Enjoy Your MtMli, If you do not enjoy your meals advertisement thereof for sale, mak your dlgostlon lu faulty. Eat mod- lng a total of $5.45. The total sum of all tho taxes asi erately, oapoclally of meats, mastl-rat- o your food thoroughly. Lot flvo abovo set out ugdlust said abovo dollars and hours elapse between meals and take property bolng Thlrty-on- o fifty-thre- e centH ($31.53), I will ofImono of Chamberlain's Tablet's mediately aftor supper and you will fer for salo at public auction at tho soon find your meals to bo a real Court House door in Hartford, Ohio i county, Ky., on January tho 5th 1920, pleasuro. at about tho hour of ono o'clock p. in., said date bolng tho flrbt Monday and rimsiii.Nf' iiorrci to IMC KCHOOI I'KACHKIt County Court day, tho abovo set out land described property for cash, for Gun. John J, I'orwlilng started out tho purpose of paying said debt, pen-t- o bo a school tcachor. (Ullioa and costs. According to biographers, Gonoral Thin Sth day of December 1919. Perilling, whllo In his teens, was pre- JOHN T. RONE, Tax Collector of Centertown, Ky. liarins himself at Klrksvlllo, Mo.r I be-cra' I cer-Icatlct ' --J stitution. f 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, books, 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 Our Millinery Department With an attractive assortment of Hats, Trimmings and Ribbons for women and girls of all ages. Many Hats will be priced at much less than their regular value. Buy a Hat now for your holiday visiting. It's economical in price. Has Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Furs in abundance, and some special prices for holi- day Selling will make buying easy and profitable. Our Clothing Department With the latest styles of fabrics in Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Eaincoats and odd Pants. Sensible, sane presents are always acceptable with our young Americans. We Have Quite a Collection Of Nice Presents Our Shoe Department Looms up with every new, good thing in foot wear Ladies', Misses' and Children's; Men's, Boys' and Little Gents' high grade Shoes, stylishly built in all leathers and all wanted colors. There arc sure to be Shoes in Old Santa's pack. For young Women and young Men in Toilet Sets, Manicure Sets, Comb and Brush Sets, Hand Mirrors, Serving Trays, Military Sets, Shaving Sets, Clothes Brushes, Collar Boxes all .the nice things a young lady or man needs are here. Our Doll Family Is strictly American. No alien enemies among our collection. These American Dolls are not made to set on a shelf or put in a d box. They are made to play with and it takes a very rough player to put them out-obusiness. All children are invited to come in and look over our Doll Family. glass-coveref Hosiery In silk, lisle and cotton for all ages and size?. Toydom We have a wonderful collection of Toys of every description for the entertainment of 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. Handkerchiefs, Neckwear, Bags. Gloves, Suit cases, Hand bags, and an enormous assortment of fancy notions that are ornamental and useful. .veryt fling in Household Necessities ti Furniture of every description. Stoves and all their accessories. Queensware, Glassware, Cut Glass, Silver Knives Forks and Spoons, Carpets, Rugs and Linoleums. GROCERIES Edibles 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. x MIa A i Barnes & Brother BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. i h tttftf0ft APPELLATE JUDGES VISIT III MORKOW Precedent Set By Call In Body To Pay Respects To Governor (Oourlor-Joiirnnl- .) Tu-Judge- Ky., Dec 12. of tio Court of Appenls called on (Invpi nor Morrow in n body todiv nftcr court adjourned nnd paid their respects Judges always cnll on' U newly elected Coventor, lint tlilfl Is the first time In many yenrs that they nil hsu pono together. On account of adjournment ovar Inauguration day .both divisions sat today. MnJ. Ilyron Fluoal, Assistant Attorney General, can't stny down on the farm" any better than the boys "C-te- r thcy'vo seen I'aree." Ho was recalled to Frankfort today by Governor Morrow, ns soon as Secretary Ste- nct litlnnn Innannil flint tn Inn l'lr.m1 rvnJoyliiK the title and emoluments 1 1 his Shelby County home. As soon as Walker Crossfleld, "acting" Assistant Adjutant General, tendered his resignation, following lib illfflcultlcs with the Inaugural Hull u'ommltteo nnd the Loulsvlllo police, the Governor began to seek for someone to tnke charge of the department temporarily, as Adjt. Gen. J. Tandy Kills is ill In n sanitarium. The payroll wan scanned and Major Flood's Identity discovered. II. A. McGuire, nttorney of Winchester, Ih an applicant for nppolnt-ifteto tho Workmen's Compensation Hoard, to succeed Chairman Thomas, whose term expires next Apr. Mr. McGuire called on the Governor today. J. L. McCoy of tho Secretary of State's office, may bo n cnndldnto for Congress on tho Republican ticket In tho Ninth District. J. II. Hamomnd, Jackson, who was nt tho Capitol today, said that n boom for McCoy had taken on considerable proportions in the district. Mr. McCoy Is a native of Greenup nnd a resident of Until. Ho owns' tli Jackson Times. Consolidation of tho Providence Savings Dank Company and the Citin tho izens' Hank of Providence, n a mo on the Providenco Citizens' Hank nnd Trust Company, was effected today by filing nrtlcles of In porntlrm In tho office of Secretary of Stnto James P. Lewis. Tho artiby State cles havo been approved Hanking Commissioner Gcorgo G Spcer. Tho new bank has a capital Abtock of $50,000. Tho two that were consolidated had a combined capital of $45,000. KcrKs Prisons' Fuel Hiding. Do prison shops come within the scope of tho Fuel Administration or' dcrs? Is n question thnt Is bothering Georgo Caywood, secretary to tho Hoard of Control. Mr. Caywood said It requires very llttlo moro power to opcrato the plants than to heat tho buildings nnd at Eddyvlllo Warden Chilton Is supplementing his fuel sup ply with wood. If shops shut down tho prisoners will bo iillo nnd tho State will forfeit several thousands of dollars revenue Mr. Caywood has written W. L. Mapnthor for a ruling. nt Frankfort, largo number of fires occur from Christinas trees 'being lighted in tho homo nftcr tho holidays. How nro you going to arrango and fix your Christmas treo In your homo? ,. , ',,,. are you going .to uo aiioui. mo wnir wnx candlo and the nmtc!i7 What arc you going to do about tho boxes, oxcolslor straw, paper, etc? Unknown to you, tho loss of a child, or tho low of your homo mny bingo and (Vl'ond upon your actions ami answer. Remember lint tlm use of all fireworks such ns Roman candles, firecrackers, toy balloons and other pyrotechnic dlsplny Is prohibited. Flro prevention leaves no aftermath of regret. Remember tho old nnd truo saying, "An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure." On account of the lucent fuel or der, ninny merchant nnd others hao resorted to the uso of candles, coal oil lamps, gasoline lamps nnd other flame lights. Extreme care should bo token when using this kind of light, as they' greatly increaso tho flro hnznrd and may result in Injury to persons, losi of life and destruc tion of property. Fires in whiter Impose umsvnlly severe hardships upon tho firemen. Frozen ears, foot and hands are his lot and aro rumon whoi fighting f!,'b in tho wi'iicr Pneumonia nnd b.ckn&ss follow o tho firemen, nnd those driven by llro out in to the snow, Ico and wintry wemhor Remember the fireman Is a soldlor in n war that never ends. When ho leaves his fire station ho does not know whether ho will ever return. Think this over, and practico "Flro , ENVER PASHA IS KIM OF KURDISTAN ' -" .$ Former Young Turk Leader Was An Ardent Pro-German m 'iisT. tr f IP aw- l- Jf I $ ' my, m MM -- &f$1 U "wr.Tr.-JWM- v&ij fc"iiT!1k' mk XBSWssg V '"JWUOSJl aj s&syvmm Prevention." Don't forget the family garage. Never allow open flame lights In a garage. Run the automobile outside when filling tho tank, so thnt gasoline vapors will, dissipate Never heat a garage with an open flame A metal wasto can should bo located outside of the garage, for oily waste and rags. Keep an approved fire extinguisher and a pall of sand In tho garage Wuter thrown on gasoline merely sorves to spread it. Remember gasollno vapors stay close to tho ground, and will explodo when they como in contnet with a flame. Fires aro easier to prevent than to ex- tinguish. Hnvo tho telephone number of tho Flro Department on n special card at your telephone Instruct the fnml- - ly how to oporate the flro alarm box, nnd locata the ono nearest your home After hcudlng In a fire alarm from a fire nlarm box, stay near the box to direct tho fireman the location of the Every minute Is Important. flro. Don't fall to notify tho Chief of the Flro Department ofanythlng you may seo that Is dangerous or liable to causo fire. If the suggestions in this Bulletin nro understood nnd heeded mnny o life, may bo saved, and many a home guarded against destruction by FIRE. This December 10, 1919. T. H. PANNELL, State Flro Marshal. Splendid Constantinople, Friday, Dec. 12 Envor Pnshn, tho former Turkish minister of wnr, has been crowned King of KurdlBtan, tho Turkish region lying between Mcspotnmia nnd Persia, according to reports thnt reached hero today. Envor Pnsha was minister of war 'In tlio Turkish cabinet from January, 1914, to October, 191S. Ho was a leader of tho young Turk movement, nnd nn enan ardent thusiastic pupil of tho German Gen eral von dcr Goltz, whoso drilling of tho Turkish nrmy from 1910 to 1912 did not save It from defeat at tho hands of the Serbs, Greeks and Bul- gars In tho Balkan Wnr of 1912. According to a "White paper" Issued by tho Urltlsh government In November, 1914, Enver Pasha was responsible for Turkoy entering tho world war. Ho with Talaat Hey, former grand vizier, and DJcmal Hey, former minister of finance, were said to bo responsible for tho massacres of Armenians, whoso removal Enver declared was necessary on the ground that the Armenians "were troublesome" After the signing of the armistice in November, 1918, Enver fled from Constantinople to Berlin in disguise. Ho was arrested In Ilerlln at the request of tho Turkish government, which demanded his extradition for Enver made his his war activities. cscapo and was next heard of In In October of tho present year It was reported from Constantinople that ho was attempting to crento nn empire of the tura-nla- n peoples in the Mohcmmedan country cast of the Caspian Sea. A sentence of death Is hanging over at Con- Enver Pasha, a court-martistaiitlnoplo having condemned him In conjunction with other Turkish leaders for their part in the conduct of tho Turkish government during the war. Kurdistan Is nn extensive region borders lying between with Mesopotamia and Persia. The Kurds, whoso number Is estimated at more than 2,00,000 aro for the most part Mohammedans. Trans-Caucnsla. al . mmh & 8Kmim t'W'.F(J ,. r 5rH luitt mhMM MJtiMh-TSasf wrhK'BSS J S W v l- iaff- a3 9f j- -l mmmMmmmm W'lS8!t&sm& uar vyz' CAMELS 1 puff-by-pu- ff lJh!82sm& JQL mmm Camels are aold every-wher- e inscien tifically sealed packages of 30 cigarettes or tenpackagrs(200 cigarettes) in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. glassine-paper-cover- are in a class by themselves easily the the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that ! Simply compare with any'cigarette in the world at Camels any price! Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test! Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how The expert blend of choice Turkish liberally you smoke them and choice Doniestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-miltime-yolight one you get new and keener enjqyment I preedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are ! full-bodie- d, d. Winston-Sale- N. C enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You'll prefer Camel Quality 1 R aa - 31 J- saassffisafatsis I &. VIS jjy R$5 - &S?KS31Cr 'fyFjz1 A3 i? AS HL? . t (Pi IA "Cr lira. rag iMtH -- 'thvawCQtK' Sjx- StijStaSfisBdP FAMILY o li ksL. 1 HER BEDSIDE ttomssSr DAVIESS MINERS CHARGE GALLED LOCKOUTi HER Union Leader Makes Appeal To Palmer For Fair Play. TO Six Tears Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, Bat Now She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardai For Her Recovery. " Royis City, Tex. Mrs. Wary the better. That was six years agf of this place, says; "After tho and I am still here and am a welL. birth of my little girl... my sldo com- strong woman, and I owe my life to Cardui. I had only taken half tha menced to hurt me. I bad to go back bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. We called the doctor. Ho The misery in my side got less... J treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking tho Cardui got worse and worse until tho misery until I had taken three bottles and I was unbearable. I was in bed for did not need any more for I was well three months and suffered such npony and never felt better in my life.... I have never had any trouble from that that 1 was Just drawn up in a knot... day to this." I told my husband if he would get Do you suffer from headache, backme a bottle of Cardui I would try it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discomI commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel evening I called my family about weak, nervous and faggod-ont?- i If bo, me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, tho woman's tonic, a many days unless I had a change for trial. J.U Kll-ma- n, -t Surgeons agree that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises nnd wounds tho first treatment Is most Important. When an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, thero Is no danger of infection and tho wound begins to heal at once "For uso on fnan or beast, Horozouo is tho Ideal antiseptic and healing ngent. lluy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, GOc, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. , Couli Remedy. "WET" GOVERNOR-ELEC- T ACCUSED OF VOTE FRAUD - Should Ho Quarantined. Many physicians bellcvo that any-on- o who has a bnd cold should bn completely Isolated to prevent other 1 members of tho family nnd nssoclntes from contracting tho disease, as colds aro about as catching as measles. Quo thing sure- tho sooner ono rids himself of n cold tho less tho danger, nnd you will look a good wiiHo boforo Vyou find a better medicine than Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy to aid m you in curing a cold. WARNINGS FOR T1IK HOME. Every yoar thero aro. many children burned to death nnd many homes destroyed by flro from the Christmas candles. Do not decorato your Christmas tree with papor, cotton or any Inflam-nbl- o material. Uso motalltc tlnsol, decorntloiu or other only, nnd fasten tho Christmas treo securely, so that children In reaching for things on tho treo, cannot tip It over. i Do not uso cotton to ropresent snow. If you must havo snow, uso V asbestos fibre. Do not permit children to light, or tho candles whllo tho parents, or oldor persons aro not present. Thoy frequently sot flro to their clothing. Do not leavo matches lying around within easy reach of tho children. Candles aro meant to bo lighted, nnd tho i; If tho. children can got with mathes, thorn. thov will ,oxporlmont Children imitate their eldors. Uso only Safety Matches. Do not allow Christmas trees to remain In tho building nftor tho holl- udays. Tho treo Ignites readily when ao needles havo become dry. A re-llg- ht "As I feol that every family should a splendid know what medicine Chamberlnln'8 Cough Remedy is, I am only too rilcased to relate my experience nnd only wish that I had known of Us merits years ago," writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson, Station, Mo. "I give it to my children when thoy show tho slightest symptoms of being croupy, nnd when I havo a cough or cold on tho lungs a very fow doses will relievo mo, nnd by taking It for a few days I soon get rid of tho cold." in Dec. 12 Charges Edward I. Edwards siient moro than $25,000 for his election In violation of the corupt practices act wero made to Attorney Gen-or- al McCran today by G. Rowland n Monroo, counsel for tho N. Gov-cle- ct Anti-Saloo- Trenton, that J., League Monroo also alleges that tho election of twelve Domocratlc assemblymen running on n "wef platform In Essex County was void becauso thoy had violated tho samo net. Attorney Genoral McCran did not indlcnto what action would bo taken , in the caso. THIS WEM, NERVOUS MOTHER Tells HowLydiaE.Pinkham'fl Vegetable Compound Restored Her Health. Philadelphia, Pa. "I was very weak, always tired, my back ached, and 1 felt BtCKiy most oi me time, I went to a doctor nqd ho said I had nervous indigestion, which added to my weak condition kep mo worrying most of the timo and ho said if I could not stop that, I could not get well. I heard so muchnbou t "v LydinE.Pinkham's pound my husband wunted me to try it. 1 tooK itiorawceK ana xeu u nuie uui-te- r. I kept it up for three nrtmtlis, and I feel fine and can eat anything now without distress or nervousness." Mrs. J. Wokthline, 2842 North Tnylor St., Philadelphia Pa. The majority of mothers nowadays ovenlo. thoro nre so manv demands upon their time and strength; the result Vegetable Com ache, irritability and depression and soon more serious ailments develop, SaiMtSSSl I 'isatBUchpcricJslnHfethatLydinE. Ksto'nomhealthyMoCM it did to Ura, Worthline. fected asked to be heard that arrangements havo been made to hold hearDENTAL SURGERY ings fn the Houso caucus room, tho largest room at the Capitol. Centertown, Ky. Several State associations of news paper publishers, representing small er dallies, will bo repr'sented, as will FOR FLETCHER'S Ofllces over Morton's Drug Now York, Chicago und other metro- P Store. Call Cuinb. Phono 1C. polln publishers, and organizations ot trade and technical Journal pubWASHINGTON'S HEAD ON lishers. John A .Hays, secretary ot NEW WAR SAVINGS STAMPS Typographical the International Union, also is expected to bo a witTho 1920 supply of War Savings ' ness. Stamps hnvo niado their appearance, Tho Anthony bill would fix tho and ndvauced roples show that thoy maximum slzo oi daily papers at 2 I FOR SALE! aro far moro attractive In appearance pages; Sundny editions at 36 pages; th-- j 1919 series, which will disthan weekly periodicals at soventy-flv- o &$ ?hc&wMm appear from tho market on the night . pages, and monthly periodicals at 100 How's Bv of December 31st. pages. Second-clas- s mailing privi"We offer One Tho now "Haby Honds" will he for any case ofHundred Dollars Reward leges would bo denied to publlca- 1 Catarrh that cannot be 'sm available to tho public on January 1, cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medlclno has been taken . tlons ot greater size and ta3 prlco will be just the samo as by catarrh eurtcrera for the past thirty- rlsSSBHJb''W? It was Inst January $4.12. Thoy will five years, and lias becomo known as the Chamberlain's Tablets. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's pursue tho Bamo course as tho fa- Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on miliar blue stamp of 1919, and when the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol- estiiu u.uuu uuu li.u u,b- These tablets nro '"" Bred Gilts and young Pigs. v 'w """'""" -- nil- ow,,wl H,i ,!!! ii easea portions. taken iicuuut, Catarrh pecially tor Indigestion Intended and constipaAfter you have Hall's soiling for $4.23 and on January bo Pedigree furnished. you see a tion. Thoy tone up the stomach and Medicine for a short 1, 192G they will bo worth $5 in gold Krcat Improvement time your will general I In enable It to perform Its functions nanow .stamp is somowhat larger health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh MediTho Send turally. They act gently on tho llvor at once and LOYALL P. BENNETT, than tho 1919 stamp, und Is a beau- cine testimonials, Ret rid of catarrh. foi free. and bowels to A healthy condition. F J. CHKNCY & CO.. Toledo, Ohio. i e In color. The head of tiful carin Hartford, Ky. Route 7 Gold by all Drur- -' " When you feol dull, stupid nnd conJiinjanilii rr&nklin, which appears I stipated give them a trial. You are ou tha old Swamp, is replaced bv tho certain to be pleased with their efPUHL1SIIERS GET HEARING head ot George Washington. m JOHN WHITE OX HILL TO LIMIT PAPERS fect." k CI. j Sickly children need White's Cream LOUIIVJLLE.KY. Vormifugo. It not only destroys Washington, Dec. 13. Shortago of The casket used In the recent fu- - Liberal assortment worms, It thero bo nny, but It acts as print paper will be taken up by the. noral ot Grand Prince Yl ot Korea and full value fs n Btrongthonlng tonic in tho stomach House Postofflco Committee. Monday was fashioned 120 years ago, and for pilDQ a MH'by Koprinti was coated with black lacquer 2 , J."1 U,l rtn& aml boWO,a- - I,r,co 30c ,cr botUe- - at CJ m tivo Anthony, Republican, Kansas, tc inches thick. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. oat ffklni Children Cry CASTO R A Louisville Herald. Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 13. As n result of the refusal of coal operators of Daviess County to take union coal miners back to work on tho closed shop principle that existed on October 31, W. D. Duncan, president of the United Mine Workers of District No. 23, Western Kentucky, has made a direct appeal to Attorney General Palmer. He sent tho following telegram: "I am reluctant to advise that coal operators of Owensboro, Ky field, within our Jurisdiction, persistently refuse to allow their employes, members of our organization, to resume work, ns union men. Wo are also advised that such operators have met and agreed unanimously to not allow tho miners, their employes, to return to work until they relinquish their membership In tho miners' union. From our understanding, such action Is not in keeping with the proposi-tlb- n of tho President accepted by us and Is also in violation of tho Lever act. Therefore, wo respectfully de mand immediate governmental action. Tho names and addresses of gentlemen hereinbefore referred to nro as .follows: George Rudy, Lee Rudy, Paul Scherm, William Bryant, Will and Elmer Mll'er. AcOverstreet knowledge receipt. W. D. Duncan, president, Central City, Ky." Local mines are being orurated by n men nt the proent time The operators say thne men came to tho public's aid during the strike and they do not feel like dlscharglng,theni now. They say they aro willing to take back all of the union mlr.frs, but not on tho closed shop principle non-unio- ' ' i ' limit size of newspapers and periodi cals. So . many publishers and others af I Dr. M. ML Dexter .. i : ! . Oh! I See! y i . This? ,v N, s" ( ,' r.,l,n.. iu EOT 'Br . Shoppers j to $15.00. Comb, Brush and Mirror Sets from .$3.50 to $25.00. Ivory Clocks, inlaid designs Ingersoll Watches a large assortment. Shaving Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Shaving Mugs, Cigarette Oases, Xirtas Cards, Xmas Books for old and young. Vho throng the store where, the best stock of Christmas Goods are to be found in town making ready for the greatest Christmas the world has ever known. Our stock in Ivory Goods is complete Minors, Nail Files, Pud Boxes, Hair ReManicure Sets from $1.50 ceivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Brushes, Box and Roll-u- p and-Seals- A. , 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 in all the superior odors, was never more complete. We are headquarters for BOX PAPERS at prices from 15 cents to $5.00. vve nave a complete line oi Columbia Grafonolas And Records .a. fsgf! ra J X THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY, ' to accustomed, annual reunion. ' The gathering of absent friends and the general mingling of those near-bin NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS. a great measure, causes the vast Subscribers desiring the paper sent of all to regard the great day to a new address must give the old and season as time for a happy, careaddress in making the request. Business Locals and Notices 10c free holiday only. Forgetting perer line, and 6c per lino for addition- haps too often, the real event that al Insertion. transpired near 2,000 years ago, acObituaries, Resolutions and Cards cording to sacred writ, when Christ of Thanks, 6c per line, money in adwas given to the world, an atonevance. Church Notices for services freo, ment and interceder for man in his bat other advertisements, 6c per line. sins. December the 26th is theicfoic Anonymous communications will observed throughout the Christian receivo no attention. world in memory of that event, and to a certain degree at least, the memora TELEPHONES. bio day should inspire within us all, Cumberland 123 a certain measure of reverence for '. . . GO Farmers Mutual Him whoso coming we eclcbrato and commemorate, whose message was FItlllAY, DECEMBER 10 "Peace on Earth, good will to all y, war" and a big split In the G. O. PiMako your wife's Xmas a practical ta crawl through In 1920. There's and profitable one by getting her a a great day coming for Mr. Wilson Sharpies Cream Separator. Skims Published Weekly by should he shy his sombreo in the ring cream at any speed. HARTFORD PRIXTIXG COMPAXT for the third term. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Incorporated Before we go to our readers again Miss Elizabeth Davidson, of the W. S. TIXSLEV, Editor the greatest of all days, Christmas, Senior class, K. S. U., Lexington, will And Business Manager. will havo come and gone. Many arrive hero Saturday to spend the are the homes that wjll be made glad Christmas vacation with her parents, Entered according to law at the by the return of absent loved ones on Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Davidson and Postoffice, Hartford, as mail this occasion, while for others sad matter of the second class. ness will be added because of their inability to contain the longed for and The Hartford Republican K, Address all communications The Hartford Republican. 4'& ivvurvii. ra 'ih- - i ::"" 'zr--a-. r - - -- - tiv''-'- . i -v a 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 patterns, Jardinieres and Umbrella Studs. (Incorporated.) HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY M Christmas Suggestions ma-joil- ty a real woman, ask any man. a real woman's likes arc likewise, ask any woman. Thus aio they for Him: Box 'Havana Cigars, Bible, Testament, Shaving Set, Comb and Brush Set, Flash Light, Thermos Bottle or Miss Leila Glenn, who is teaching Kit, Safety Razor Sets, Pocket Book hcV second year In the Harrlsburg, Bill Fold, Card and Cigar Case, Pipe Ark., High School, will arrive here to- Smoking Set, Cigarette Case, Travel morrow to spend the holidays with ing Toilet Set etc., etc. For Her: her parents, Judge and Mrs. J. S. Doll. Writing Portfolio, Teas-M- e Glenn. Roll-u- p Chocolates, Box Lowney's Manicure Set, Mary Garden Xmas The Basket Ball Team representing Package, Ivory for the, Boudofr, Cut Central City High School, will play Glass, Hand-painte- d China, Casseour High School boys hum tonight roles, Toilet Water and Perfumes, Come out and "root" for the lujme Leather Goods, a variety of selections team. It will do you good and help of Silver Waro, Jardanlors, Umbrella the boys a lot. Stands, Papeteries, Coin Purses, etc. Wo havo them all in a variety ot Remember if you wish to savo one selections. Plcaso command us fbr d fuel your Christmas wants. third or more of that and keep your rooms good and warm, DRUG CO. you may do so by putting in ono o'f OHIO COUNTY (Incorporated) Air-tigHeaters, sold thoso famous Hartford, Ky. ACTON BROS. by high-priceht A real man likes a man's gift from NOW WE COME To The r 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 follow- ing items : For The Men and Boys Kid Gloves, Neckties, Umbrellas, Lisle and Silk half-hosan Overcoat or a Suit of Clothes, Handkerchiefs, Caps and many other items of the practical kind that are varied and fascinating. e, h h men." Wo havo a collection of fancy corkscrews, picked up hero and yonder, Messrs. Riley and Taylor are arthat wo would be willing to trade for ranging to stage a big ball hero on the a card of absorted safety pins. night of the 23rd. Special music has been procured and a large crowd is , it looks as though quite a few bf expected. the Unterrifled were growing a bit tired of Wilson's attitudo of no treaty The five, Jcnowii as the town team, reservations, take it all just as it played the High School basKi't bah . is or go to boys at tho rink Wednesduy night in u game that resulted in a score of IC Who is going to pay the pcoplo for tc S in favor of the former i all of the big, fine eggnogg bowls, cut glass toddy and dram glasses, Mr. L. C, Smith and wife, of now that they aie worthless and of La., who were called to Hor-to- n no use whatever, other than as bitter recently, on nccount of the death reminders of the good old days of of .Air. Smith's father, will return to yore. their homo at an early date. o, FOR SALE! take town property in exchange. 70 acres one, mile and a quarter from the Court bottom, the rest upland. House. One-ha56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good road. 5 room cottage, stable, 73 acres near Newville. Price $3,500. barn and other buildings. 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 $65 per acre. lf x For The Ladies and Misses Silk and Lisle Hosiery, Umbrellas, Neckwear, Handkerchiefs, a pair of good Blankets, Coat or Coat Suit, Georgette Blouses, Gloves, Furs, House Slippers, Petticoats, Boudoir Caps, Brassieres and 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct, Cheap. Will ' years. Wilson will ggt a big answer in November 11)20, should ho mako the race. Ho will not havo a slogan f "plttlloM publicity, lower the high eokt of living and he kept us out of There is but llttlo if any doubt Miss Mattyo Duke, who is tcachin that President Wilton would vory much like to bo a candldato to suc- in tho SholbyvillO'IIJgh School, will ceed himself in the Whito House for arrivo here tho 23rd to spend tho the third term. Wo wonder what Christinas holidays with her parents, thoso Domocrats would say, those fol- Mr and Mrs. J. D. Duko and family, lows who were so furious at "T. II." when ho was a ca'ndldato the last Messrs Russell Plrtlo and Auburn time, after having boon out four Tlohenor, who have positions with nu automobile concern In Detroit, Mich., both of whom wcro temporarily thrown out of work on account of n ihuWdown duo to tho shortage of coal, (uro visiting relatives hoie. You'll find our display a constant source of helpful suggestions on Christmas gift choosing. CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, Carson (& Hartford, Kentucky. Co. . ga'jJMBaraCCT5?P2r;agcc!ig 3 SZZaBBKlSZ23HCm I .'V.t,6vJWlM. The Christina Dance HARTFORD, KY., DECEMBER 23, 1919 H w " 3 X Parr Bros'. Original Dixie Land Jazz Band of Louisville, Ky., Will Furnish The Music. ( 11 You Must Not Miss This. All Dancers, Both Far anctNear, Are Invited to Attend. rrt. im . , It at -- flifAViJhkL ."1 Arsii-jMv;sav- i jffmsssm "ftfWf&'-ftSBK- , K55ri$S5UM fcn&tfiM is TwffViT, WR w rr fflt it' rri.j ht iwrff a. JTiTTJ PSElC J5 WW SffirBStW WK&Ttte&RK Mi I f f,iji.5?ffi,5 'M.t rnsw ; v--- , afc,u -- so- t SO, v2M&$m5? f J.". ." f 1- 1- 7'Wf JW X.u&t, Mil,' 1'J.Vl r mx war-- jsaaa " it J . " MlMmiIL'LlfcUUJim.l'M'.m.!."i"3i ho. MB Please Remember only five more days remain to dp your Christmas shopping. If you put it off until the last day, of course we are going to do our best to serve you, but it would be so much easier on us, and more pleasant for you if you come at once Mrs. Julia Raglantl, of Wclcho's Miss Elizabeth Moore, Secretary ot Creek, was a guest of Judge Mack thr Civilian Relief, Red Cross, will Cook and family yesterday. leave tomorrow fqr Salem, Indiana, to spend a week with friends. Mako Mother's heart gla'd with a Monarch Malleable Itango for Xmas. Mrs. J. T. Felix, of this place, spent WILLIAMS & DUKE. a portion of last week -- with her daughter, Mis Clime, who is teaching Mrjt. Ona Maddox, of Livermore, Is in the Rockport graded school. visiting her tlauchtcr, Mrs. Ellis Fostor and Mr. Foster, of this place. Having bought our horse Collars, buggy and wagon Harness early, we Mr. S. O. Kcown and Waltman can take caro of you. Brooks were among those who went J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. ' to Owcnshoro, Monday, with tobacco. Beaver Dam, Ky. Capt. A. J. Harnett, who is visiting Otlsflloward and Gilmore Keown, his mother here, went to Lexington students In K. S. U., Lexington, are Tuesday. Ho will likely return expected to 'arrive here today, to spend the holidays with their famii ' lies. d to seo .Ask hand-palntc- "OWENSBORO" The wagon farmers call for today. We have then: in the wide track, in the sizes which farmers re- quire for farm use, 2y in., 2 in., and &. We can furnish other sizes. Send us your orfa-a- t once while we can give you prompt shipments f Act now, do not delay. Write us if you are thin?- , ing of buying a. wagon and we will yrite yciz promptly and give you price, freight paid fo your railroad station. It is no bother to usw.e will be glad to hear.from you whether you. buy , B MR. 3V b- - ,or not. US the beautiful water pitchers and display Mr. and Mrs. Frank Foreman, ot of new Cut Glass at Hazard, aro expected to visit Mr. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) Foreman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Ode Seibert, after visiting rela- P. Foreman, of this place, Christmas Mr. tives hero for tevcral day. returned week. to his home in Mt. Carmel, 1.' , Miss Norine Black, attending BowS Fordsville Planing Mill .Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager I . WQ M. and make the morning your shopping hours if you possibly can. Our line of toys and presents for older folk is still in good condition, so oblige early and we assure you that wo us will do bur utmost to make youivshopping pleasant and profitable. by-coming ling Green Business University, will Maudo Maddox, of Beaver return here tomorrow to spend Xmas Dam, spent tho week end in Fords with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. II. ot Miss Maymc Black. vlllc, tho guest Keown. I am paying more cash every day Misses Mnttlo and Mabel Tichenor, In the week for Poultry, Eggs and of Centertown, spent Tuesday night Cream' than any buyer I know of. here, guests of Mr. and Mrs. Worth L. T. RILEY, Tichenor. Hartford, Ky. Miss FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. it r ISkT&Gcx The Hartford Republican , Mrs. E. V. Her, of Beaver Dam, paid this offic a visit Tuesday. Why not a nice piece of Furniture for a Xntns present? WILLIAMS & DUKE, Como In and get your sharo of meat quick, if you don't it will all bo gone. A. J. WILLIAMS. i; FlllDAY, .mXHMHKR 10 PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS f ' TOYLAND at tho OHIO COUNTY DRUQ CO. (Inc.) Headquarters for Sweets for Xmas. nds for WILLIAMS & DUKE. In this issue we begin a series of Mr. Luther Chlnn, of Beaver Dam. Read them. We aro headquarters for Christmas Hinton Leach and Glenn Tinsley, presents. Gifts for both young and students in K. S. U., Lexington, will old hojs and girls. arrive here tomorrow to visit the OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.1 home folks during the Christmas holidays. . Mr. Mose Maddox and family, of Virgil H. Jordon, of Leavenworth, Beaver Dam,"havo gone to Akron,-Ohiwhere they will make their fu- Ind.,indlMrs. Ellen Young, of Horso Branch, were married in. the County ture home. Clerk's office yesterday, by County Mr. W. II. Chandler, of Memphis, Judge'Cook. Tennessee, was tho guest of W. H. Collins, ot near town, the first of Miss Edna Black, who is teaching near Calhoun, will arrive here tothis week. morrow to spend the Christmas holiBring tho kiddies to see our ship- days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ment of sleeping dolls, teaseme girls, Frank Black. cduster kids, voice toys etc. OHIO COUNTY DRUGO. (Inc.) Miss Mary Marks, who has a posi tion in the Colhoun High School, will Miss Sarah Ward Hetherington, of arrive at her home here this evening Nashville, Tenn., will aulve hero to spend the holidays with her mothMonday to spend a week, the guest er, Mrs. T. S, Marks. of Miss Winnie D. Simmerman. For your stomach's sake uso a W. S. malleable Monarch range. Messrs. Clyde Tichenor, Vitreous Brown and W. C. Everly, of Center-tow- n, enameled, rust proff. On display wero visitors at this office here. Wednesday, while in town. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. Beaver Dam, Ky. William Bennett, who is temporari ly residing with his uncle, R. E. Duke, Capt. E. L. Barnett, late bf the U returned Monday from a fev days' S. Army, but now having a position In Pittsburg, Is expected to arrive visit with relatives at Utlca. hero tomonow to islt his mother. Mrs. C. M. Barnett, and other Mr. Oscar Bennett, who lfas a in Akron, Ohio, is expected to hero tomorroV to visit his par Mr. E. G, Barrass was called to ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bennett. Ashevllle, N. C, Sunlay oil account China and Oriental waro that has of tho serious, illness of his nephew, been held in Holland since the 1915 Georgo Williams. A telegram reblockade, you will Jjo able to pur- ceived by Mrs. Barrass Tuesday statchase this Xmas ot tho v ed that young Mr. Williams was se OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc ) riously ill. o, 41 it il C9 H Burglar Insurance T1 -) ?i tit J .iiA.. m- - by BANK OF HARTFORD. If you do business with us your interests are protected. Ohio County's oldest financial institution, Is carried v at" fit in 8tF ' ? r Ztjfo J. HARTFORD, KY. at-A H BANK OF HARTFORD 3fr ?99V999W$99999999999 S S ! Our lino of Dolls and Toys is comMr. W. E. Ellis was in Owcnsbora plete. Call and see them. on business. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) , Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Seo our lino of Christmas records W. E. ELLIS & URO. poultry. and Columbia machines. OHIO COUNTY DRUQ CO. (Inc.) Mr. II. J. Milllgnn, of Heflln, was Wednesday, on business. In town Mrs. Jeferson Wattorson, of Ashley, Nlco line ot Aluminium waro at Illinois, arrived here Monday to spend two weeks with relatives. Moderate price. WILLIAMS & DUKE. d Japanese Tea Sets in Messrs. W. C. Knotf and J. F. Hill, rich harmonizing colors. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) of Centertown, wore hero Wednesday, on business. Representative elect, I. S. Mason, of Uuford, was In Hartford a few days All kinds of Fruits, Nuts and this week, on business. for tho Kiddles' stockings. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. and 'Mrs. Hobart Downlo went Miss Anna Rao Carson, having to Veaman Monday, where they will complo'ted the courso of study In tho make their future homo. Louisville Conservatory of Music, will Delker Buggies ond Owonsboro return to her homo Wagons aro mado of good materlou Roll-ti- n Manicure Sets. Comb. throughout. We huvo them hero at Brush and Mirror Sets In a variety of tho old price. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS. selections, at prices most modern la Beaver Dam. OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO. (Inc.) last Friday, qfie GIFTS that WOMEN like the mostj -- m r x ?f ' THE SIGNS OF UCK OF IRON IN THE BLOOD Nervousness Lack of Appetite Easily No Endurance Falling Off in Bodily Vigor ..."Xw mi iT 1u " ...s-ayeJ mzyvm mn hand-painte- hi s hero-tomorro- s WOMEN are rr ally very practical minded w hen. it 'comes to Rifts. They not only buy for ollirrt, but prefer for themx-lvesthose things which liave DOUliLH value value oj property and keatimcntal value. Jewelry, lor example Although it is. tit tint thoutht, a part of vanity and there is a deeper slsnificance to sucli purchases. The world encourages women aad men, too, for that matter, in the purchase or In the Riving of jewelry. Nowadavu rinits, as an Instance, are made (n a bewildering variety of design. There u a ring fur every shade of person nnd personality. The w. W, W. Gem Set KinKS, for men and women, are all guaranteed and constitute the very investment we emphasize. , Here, in this fine store, you will see so much that b inspirational. It in a dclighUil jjIuc to viiiand to shop. ' V J. B.TAPPAN, - Jeweler & Optician Hartford, Ky. (y?!! . Thesa aro a few of tho symptoms that indicate your blood is weak and anaemic and lacking ih red corpuscles. Vigorous young men nnd women all have rich red blood, but ago and worry und hardship take tho ower and strength out of this lifo iluid. You can supply what tho blood lacks, you can enrich the blood, you can bring back tho strength and vigor you onco had. if you will tako a teaspoonful of Acid Iron Mineral thrco times a day. You'll noto tho cHect, first, in an increased appctito food will begin to tusto good. Tho next improvement will show in your sleep you will awaken in tho morning refreshed and feeling liko a new person. Your friends will remark tho im provement in your nppearaaasj. -you yourtsuu win leei aa jttaa ;WtttKtm you ougni to ieei. You can accomplish all these t rsssssslssi by simply putting moro iron intoj uioou, tnrougn mo uso 01 a bm ssp form of soluble iron, known aacj Iron Mineral, it contains no or injurious drugs, and will not alMsW en ttio teeth. Fills and tonics said to cont amhmmi may have disappointed you dnt past, but Add Iron Mineral w&asssMfc, improvement that you can tut. fas very short time. Try thin :tuKtMHssff --. putting iron into your blood It not fail Druggists will refund sW purchase price cheerfully if you fJm to rcccivo tho Improvement xmf 1 i - hvm a ' i 1 Mi i sock. Fur Stile by OHIO rOl'.VI'V UttVd CO, Inoorpornliil. Ilailfoul, Ky. lMIthONS X hCOVILI.i:, llouliug (Irvtii, li) DUlrlbutoiii. V MASTKIt COMMISHIOXKIl'K W. YV SAM:. f Ohio Circuit Court! Duncan, ot nl Plaintiffs. vs. Notice. Katlo I). Ash by cl f.1., Defendants. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale M i!io ('Mo Circuit Court, entered at IU November, 1919 term, In tho iiImm- - ftjlcd action, direct! i,r inc to iv'l tltt h.ielnnftcr dcscrlb-properly, for tlm purposo of paying the coils of this action, together with the cost of this sale, and dividing tho remainder of the proceeds aniline the parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale at public outcry to the highest and best bidder, at tho Court Houso door In Hartford, Ohio County. Kentucky, on January B, 1920, (It being regular county-cour- t day) at about one o.'clock 1. m upon a credit of six and twelvo months, tho following described urnnnrlv. tn.wlf The following, lots" nro parcels of ground, located nt McHenry, Ohio louniy, iy ami uounaeil ns follows: One parcel of land in Mcllenry, Ky. known as tho homo place, consisting of three different lots, together with tho Improvements thereon, bounded as follows: Lot No. 1 Heine n strip of land lying south of D. M. Duncan's present lot in snld town and being nil tho land lying between his lot and Howard street; tho strip of land herein conveyed is 54 feet north and south and 150 ,feet east and west. Lot No. 2 A lot In the town of McHenry, Ky., bounded as follows: Beginning nt D. M. Duncan's N. E. " corner and running 110 feet to Jano F Copyright tlbr v K. J. ItonoliiTgbaccoCo, " '""T- - ' Street; thenco with Jane street 113 S feet to a stone; thence west 30 feet An attm&your snyso, you'll toy ted find toppy red bags, to a stone; thenco south 11 feet to handsome pound and yours wherr you lay your smokccards en tho table, I'm, Dound tin humidors certainly get Benson H. Bennett's N. E. linn? halt thence west with said line S7 feet to for n tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a pound crystal glass practical andthat classy, humidor u .31. Duncan s lino; thence North makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count wi(i eponge noistener top with said lino to the beginning. Prince Albert Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies that keeps feet condition I to of your smokestunts! Lot No. 3 Said lot commencing such per tho upper edge of tho McHenry , nt awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette xvhe'n it's P. A. for the Coal Company's lot on the dividing vNx sIj3&&. . M&S&& tm&warjo i line between the Render Coal y Pbck'W and G. V. Render's said lot, Talk about flavor! Man, man, ycu haven't got the listen of half your 'running east 256 feet to a stone; smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your thence S. 209 feet to a stake; thenco proofs of W west 25G feet thenco North 209 feet contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance to tho beginning. inai Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process cigaBeing same lots conveyed to Daniel , out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin'3 its M. Duncan by E. P. Render nnd wife you ever heard j Prince Albert by deed dated April 20, 1SSC, and ot rette will outlast any phonograph record W&record In the Ohio County Clerk's of111 is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oall fice in deed book 7, page IS 1. and bv David S. Duncan anil wife by deed Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a dated September C. IS S3, deed of rejimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke cord in the Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book 3,page 433, nnd by Mary pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation and David Duncan by deed dated Feb. to the joys of smoking. 23, 1SS0, and of record In the Ohio County Clerk's office In deed book N. C. 2, page 1SS. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Salem- , R. J. Also the following lot or parcel of land in McHenry, Ky., together with the jer's social standing was being de- - MASTKU COM.MISSIOXEH'S SAMS. at a Improvments thereon: Becinnlni? point 33 feet west of center of CHRISTMAS EVE termlned by the number of "Baby C. O. & S. W. R. R. in tho line beI .. Ohio Circuit Court. ..I Mny Francls plailUlff. tween J. L. nender and McHenry Coal uoncis inai ne nan or was inougiu Company; thence west 129 feet to a 0NPAINT ROCK to have. That Savings Society is vs. Notice. siunu; menco south feet to d . . uu,o, . u.nu Uiut;riiiK ui .o ami UUUI& uuMiiusa a new member now and then. Folks ' ,uy,vlrt"OIra, U(l1?,men, aJa .nlcrTor stake; thenco north ei enFunny what an Idea will do to a over flo';e there like to stack another stamp terea ln the aboVl j,,:..Ie,i actIon at feet .to the beginning, containing one- - rE bunch of folks. Tako down in the on top of the ones they already have, its November, directing nal a.cre '"ore or less. The mineral Paint Rock neighborhood as an Il- A few of them are even beginning to "10 t0 seI1 the 1919 term, described "ndcrlying same is reserved with the hereinafter lustration. It is, or used to be bacV-wooProperty r the purposo of first pay- - 'BlU to enter, mlno and work tho now and again. ,1)g tho cost of th(J abovrf sty,ed ac same. alright, but you can hardly eje the. "Certificates" Deing same lot conveyed to Daniel Christmas had always been a pret- - tion and tho cost ot this sale, and di- call it that any more. Anyway it is ty hectic and frolicsome timo over In vldlng the remainder of the proceeds ' lcan by J. L. Render and wlfo c about 'two whoops and a holler" ov- the "Hollow." But the last time, in- - a,?nB the, " record in entitled thereto, I FOR PERSONAL HYr.lPNP er the ridge. Another name the nawill sale to "eeu "00i ' Page 230. a band that the hIghest am, be8t'public outcry h(i Also another lot or parcel bIdder at of Di'toolveJ In water for douches atopr tives had for It around here was wandered out of the valley to disturb ! Court House door in Hartford, Ky., Bro,inl in McHenry, Ky.. bounded as pelric catarrh, ulceration and Inflam"Happy Hollow," so called mostly other folks on Christmas Eve, Paint n Monday, January 5, 1920 (It be- - jllows:. Beginning at Phipps street mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Pinhhnm because it looked like it was anything Rock 17rThnnrS.V.,h0n8iWiC0.rner f A healing Med. Co. for ten yeara. r?fu,nr t,erm had a funny kind of a Christ-- 1 ' ln.Bfltho vronJer for nasal catarrh, . County Court) at about mock to but happy. mas Lve celebration. It was a Xmas the hour of ono o'clock p. m., on a sal(1 corner; thenco with Howard sore throat and tore ejre EconoinicaL Mostly log houses over there and tree with a , tmv.rr. street west to southwest cornor of Hi citTaordintry.cIeuiins nd nr ,MA.:4 W. S. S. chapter to it. I credit of six and twelve months, Free. iOe. alt rlnt.t. it's a solemn fact that a good many Thov hoiii it in tho mtio ni.i cnimxi roiiowing uescrlDeu nronertv t: the ?e,u '"- menco wun jano street I3r:3leThePlloiiTo3ftConn)ailr.nailcir..Klti. k.. VniJ. A rrnrr np nnrrnt nf lnml In m,lr iorin Uti leet: tllCllcn In tlin l,. oi mum rniu suck ami ciay cuuiiiieys .house that stands on the hill above County, Kentucky, situate and de- - B.lnn,ni .uf '"B a strip off tho south and were daubed with plain yellow .. creek Beginning at aisl(l or 4lock 17- - 93 feet wide at the , scilbed ns follows: uu. i.au Bon , uunSt mero t d2m&! flmh Mnng prlvllegea aro fe. zosrcuauBukCt TJl0J. dragged fl b trw Qut Qf cQrner to -- bhi uuieiooi. i.Bui luiuuen tul" m m jrz m flown ono hnl and unal. IthonceE. 139 poles to two dogwoods, serve". tomo '' 8nnn.fl Being lot conveyed to D. M. gathering and up till hog killing time. w black oak and white oak; thence S Set U up" 0t C0UrS aH 45 testes W. 215 poles to another Duncan by P. G. Cargal and wife by y(g.S was always they hung on the of Colo's comers; thence with Colo's l,ee1 dated November 1st. 1800. nnd tho Presents tn,i mnrlo blockade "MSN S3 of record in the Ohio County Clerk's tree wonj nQt .,Bab Bonds but vqu lno N 41 degrees w 21 po,M North .'i ,"V ' . 32 'A degrees W. 32 poles N. 99 noles " c.e ln ,leol book 11, pago 331. . . ,, and it was even whispered around Also another lot or parcel of to tho beginning, containing 77 acres' that they made a pretty good article kept tab, many seo them more or iesSi aml belng tho 8amo land ground In McHenry, together with tho Succeed when everything else falls. ,ot "white mule' in the neighborhood were. convoyed to M. J. Francis by WI1- - Improvments thereon, bounded as fol- fn netvoun prostration and ftmale bomowhere. lows: Commencing nt the southwest It would have been a little out of ' lial Davis and wife, by deed of re- - corner of block eaUnesse they are the running east with , remedy, a thousands have supreme 1.; It isn't much wonder that the 'war tho ordinarj anjwhero but over on cord , ln tho ohl County Clerk's of- testified. Howard street. 70 feet to n stake; 15g deed book 5?f drives' paid mlghtly little attention to Paint Rock, that kind of n Clirlstmna flce ,... FOn KIUNY,L!VERAND thenco North n ATnrv at iimiom'u Th. n.,..i,n,. ,ni i. these folks and yet they were as. good treo was mtlo ghort of revolutionary execute bonds immediately after sale, east and west lino; thenco west with GTOMACH TROUBLE Americans as you over saw. None of to tho folks who remembered the rar- - with security to be approved by the sal(l llno 70 feet to Jano street; it is the best medicine ever sold thenco south with said street 90 feet over a druggU"'s counter. that dodging tho draft stuff went with fn. tG.pin. nlll ,,,,, Christmas that commissioner, payable in equal in- - to tho beginning, being "vipwmw bailments mem. Thov went with a Wlioop. (ho' "Hnnnv Hnllnw" fnll hml nlwiivs i,.,inn c In six and twelvo months, of MnrvM. Wllsnn'a lnt tho west end All n,innri But their attltudo seemed to bo that celebrated. from date until paid, and to have tho under said land being reserved and while they would take care of tho aml A It was tho accented thing to make forcowl, beeffect of a Judgment. g0,, no, conveyed. lot covoyed to I5einB same Hen reta,ned on the ,and lighting somebody would have to raise S else In the family a prasont as additional security. lei M. Duncan by David S. Duncan money. the of a War Savings Stamp. And tho Given under my hand this the lSth an(l w,fo by deed dated November 15, When a Most of them were good workers, big boots and tho weather beaten day of December, 1919. 1SSC, and of record In tho Ohio woman is too, but they had mighty little mon- hands of tho old timo Paint Rockorj i.'. .martin .Master Com- tiurnn owico in iiceu hook Court, '. l'aeo 295 mlssloner Ohio Circuit well and ey. They saved next to nothing. inado tho rafters ring when some Tho purchaser will bo renulred to Woodward & Kirk, Attorneys. healthy was a Word that you didn't youngster came marching up tho aisle "Thrift" execute bonds immediately after Bale there's a with security 10 bo approved by tho hear in the Paint Hock country down in response to his name and sparklo in 'commissioner, ,iynuto In equal inway. "Happy Hollow" went back, red faced and 'pleasnl her eyes, a FOR FLETCHER'S stallments in cl and twelvo months, They worked over hero on this side looking, with ono of tho Governbearing Interest nt tho rate of G per yHlsrihv-LlK. roso tint in on tho farms but they simply never ment's promises to pay. l cent per annum trom date until paid, her cheeks, to havo the forco and effect of a had $50 nt n time. And they weren't It looked like everybody underand she has Judgment, and a lien will bo retain- EGG-A-DA- Y used to the Installment plan of doing stood that every "bond" that had HEN TONIC on tho land herein sold as additional rod business. When tho Paint Rocker been bought and glvon away was addHave you gotten your security. had finished a day's work It was a ing to the sum total of the wealth Given under my hand this 18th.. Egg-A-D- ay . Hen day of December, 1919. :., o ........ !"b . respeciauuuy or a uttlo com-- l package of ,nnu " a "' OTTO C. MARTIN. Mastor Comoi"il'Jf m bunuowu came. rZZtfW, munity that had never gone i.i very Tonic at the store nearest ni'nriF mm. missioner Ohio Circuit Court. Just how tho War Savings Stamps Strong for saving of any kind, no mai M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. ment and n vour home? med over got to "Happy Hollow" is ter whether it was "daylight", soap &s!Jj4ggi3sB' spring tn her a mysteiy. Be sure your hens have a Doubtless tho first clti grease, or what not. zcr. who got it, took It us a curiosity has all had tho effect of making "Warm liest of straw, COOCl comes to every woman who has It FOR FLETCHER'S It must have been that. It wasn't .mo rami uock routs understand what bounding health but when slio is miXe(i Wlth Egg"A-Da- )' exactly money you know. More of a tho Government means to them pallid, dull eyed, languid, sho has and of a promise to pay, you seo what thoy mean to tho Government Hen ToniC and clean Water. fort no magnetism nor docs sho appeal Hut homehow the idea of getting to- They feel llko thoy aro a part of tho to any man. gether four dollars and some odd machinery of tho nation now and that Give VOUl liei'lS a chance ail(l INFLUENZA Such a chango in feelings and . . .. .... AVith Gfro-at seventv-fiv- e cunts and loaning It to tho Govern- .i... ,... u -looks! oe ihu) iiuvu ruai iiuurusi ill ll O'jl I n II ment away off at Washington mndo a sldo of paying taxes and voting when Cents a dozen they will pay Staife With After suffering pain, feeling nerJ 3 iGiU hit. It undeniably did. The pio-ml- ejection uiiy comes arouuil. Ami you vous, dizzy, weak and dragged K,r rhVulnnrlc of Uuclo Sum to pay $5 in cash can't fool with thrift In ono way with-- 1 Kill tho Cold. At tho down by weaknesses of her sex L. .. . on a given date sort ot fusclnuted tho out Its getting a hold on you In ohor ineezo tako jror sale oy with eyes sunken, black circles and Paint Rockers. You seo nil their ways. Anyway "flappy Hollow" Is C. K. Crowder, Ilorton. pale cheeks-s- uch an Is a lives thoy had been owing tho other moro prosperous now than over quickly restored to health by tho A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords-vlllCASCARA&PQUININ fellow or tho Government or someboFuvontoPrcscriptionof Dr.Pierce. and It Is getting nioio so right dy money, and this U. C. King, Diindco. Chained, too, In ooks, for af cr uloiig. thing pleased and Interested them. taking nv Iai)ritolrt A. C. Loach, Roslno, Ky. fiftOMlOt Thoy began reading scription tho skin becomes clear. tho circulars Wheozing In tho lungs Indicates & Munition, Narrows, R. 1. Laws rj cold timejy for JO yttri about tho Wur Savings Stamps nnd that phlegm Is obstructing tho air tho eyes brighter, tho check A. W. Mldklff. Narrows, R. No. 2 tablet Irm uli, tuit, to pcatuilng tho noarotit postmaster puMugoii. Ilulliird'tt llorahounil Syplump. & Hon, Contortowu. It la nurcly vegetable, L. C. Morton brciL. tp a fell In ti trio ii about tliom. llaforo thoy know It rup loiiMuim the phlugm mi that It am contains no alcohol. Ohio Co., Drug Co.. Hartford. Ky xagCfllx Hon ivc If it liiU.i Girt 7ht lck lnt t hy had been formed Into a A'ur be lAmghtHl up ami ujtotwl. l'rl 2G,g V. I lun flow & Cs Narrow. Uu a Kt Drugttintii toll it In tablets or wltti Hr. IIWi ShvIhbk Soity. liquid. Burnt Dr. Piuroe, lHiffulo, lOsaud 11.00 Hr Imtil ShIiI by Wallnco & I'ortar, Oromwoll. fit it. At AUCtut 3ttti 1'lmt thlNK ywu know u Paint ltwck- - Ohlv CuuHty Drut Co. N.Y., 10c fur trial iiLige. m A. W. WIIIU, lUrtford. of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale 5 c a package before the war I&c during the war 5 c a package NOW ' yOU THE FLAVOR LASTS SO DOES THE PRICE! & Xv Com-jpan- I If AW msm '..... j 157 "'' " li c-- very Woman Wnntsj v . SC ") .,,.,,,. a4 tS T Mothers use Jh. ,!, Ps " ". , VR iFreyls Vermil A Safe, 'j1 Vl . - J For the ChildreirL Remedy for Worms tKtHiiontal rm:va KllMIFUUlScan oiler jnu. Krp a bottle alwara on hand. StTpntr'Bie m' qm U tho boat conUnn-oua ue A v-c- J; Jn.Ti" ,."',. .,,, .,. j r1,' iS2SfcF $&wWE.f7 2cy R S3 MMBWi It will hrlp arm tlm Ultle onei banpjanil hcalthj. IV. a bottlo at roar drug. (Ist'a or ernrrol (lores or It rour dealer can't upplj jou end hli namo and 2So. In atampi and we'll aend ;ea a bottle promptly. i.i E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. n. i.i... NATURE MIRROR 3w : WILL YOU. TAKJE OUR GERMINAL REMEDY A I unu i "iy wlSiiiPifi tmmKrm. Treafmenl --- I Ohildren Cry R i&SkWmdm vjy for WEAK. LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relief (or lhat tired, run down (celiac, couchi, palm In chest, nlchl tueali, lieraor tliairei, weak lunci or consumption. II ll doe not help you il coals you nothing. c CASTO 'A FOR. ONE MONTH I rjSES Ars-l? blood. There's rich OHIO MEDICAL CO. !::.. Lock box eio coLUMntiB o I USE Ll . V-VER-L AX l0d Children Ory OAS.TO Rl A k. s JMaaaaaawm For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Tcel rlcht nil tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Lie Vtr-La- x keens vor s so rrtk m bo-fo- io o. .gJfflS ' othor-wny-aroui- id ii;f'u ," ' mm m: tako anything else. You can't afford Eliminates poisons, cleanses By "'"VfV" 'Pon.. Anat Vrt" remedy, natural In Ita actions, bum Jn its effect and certain In reiults. I, won't bo lone beforu Uu.lV.f.oruir, completely ilUplaco calomel in ovum home. Children can tako it freely aw with perfect safety. Every bottlo jruar anteed. Wcaml $1 in bottles. Nur.r rronulno without tho llkeneia ami uliri. turu or. L. K. Orlu-abl'ur sale bv " " t. U, rVILLULMH, . UBrUor XX- - r.' FARM DEPARTMENT. Health llAils for liens. nil poultry Is Hiiscoptlble ninny diseases, somo o( which nro highly Infectious nnd resist nil efforts of trentnicnt, It Is siiBKOHteil by of tlio Uilltcd States Depart-moof Agriculture thnt when birds hccoiua side It Is often the best plan to kill them. The grcnter tho iium-bof birds kept upon nny farm or any plot of Krotind, nnd tho more they nro crowded together, tho more Important nro tho measures for excluding erndlcntliiB, nnd preventing tho development of tho causes of A spee-Inlls- stallmcnts In six and twclvo months, retained on tho land sold as addibearing Interest nt tho rato of C por tional security. Given under my hand this tho 18th cent por annum from date until paid, to have tho forco and effect of a day of December, 1919. OTTO C. MAIITIN, Judgment, nnd n lien will bo retained Mnstcr Commissioner O C. C. buhly teaspoon of salt will bo plen on the land herein sold as additional ' John T. Hone, Attorney. to ty When mutton Is employed, trim security- n my hand, tho 18th I 1 ts nt or off ovcry partlclo of the skin. Hnko tho beans In n very moderate oven for S to 10 hours. Add n llttlo boiling wntcr from time to time, but never enough to bring tho water beyond tho top of tho bonus. Any kind of benn may be baited In this manner. However, tho small pea bean is tho best for "Iloston Haked Beans". Tho Hum and largo white beans aro best for tho deep earthen dish. Do not cover tho beans wh'llo baking. this Given under day of December, 1919. OTTO C. MArtTlN, Mnstcr Commissioner O. C. C. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. e COM.Ml SHI OX IT The Do Laval Is tho most edlclent means of separating cream from milk. It is efficient 40 years of separator building cxperlenco has brought tho best In every detail. That's why tho Do Laval skims so close, turns so easy and lnsts so long. There nro moro Do Laval sepnrators In uso than all other makes combined. Make It nn present. Ono that your wife will enjoy twice a day, every day In tho year, and It will 'pay for Itself every year you uso it. Ask us about it. so X-m- as mfw'vr'mm If COMMISSIONER'S SALK. Ohio Circuit Court. E. F. Duke, et nl., Plaintiffs. vs. Notice. Myrtle Armondt, et nl., Defendants. Ily virtue of a Judgment and order of salo entered at tho November term, 1919, of tho Ohio Circuit Court, In the nbovc styled nctlon, directing mo to sell tho hereinafter described property, for the purpose of paying tho costs of this action, together with tho cost of this sale, and dividing tho re mainder of tho proceeds among tho parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale at public outcry, to tho highest and best bidder, at tho Court House door, In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky, on January 5, 1920, (It being regular County, Court day) nt about ono o'clock P. M., upon a credit of six and twelve months, tho t: following described property, A certain house nnd lot in tho town of Dundee, Ohio County, Ky on tho west sldo of tho Hnrtford nnd Fordsvlllo public road and bounded ns follows: On tho east by said road; on tho north by Hartford and Mnmllton's Ford public road; on the south nnd west by a lot or parcel of land owned by tho heirs of W. II. Duke, deceased, said lot being 70 feet or more In width, fronting on Hartford nnd Foidsvlllo public road, and 140 feet or more In length binding on Hartford and Hamilton's Ford road; and being a part of the same land conveyed to Henry F. Armendt and A. T. IHncs and wife, Sarah J. D. Hines. by deed of date March 1st, 1885, and of record In Ohio county Court Clerk's office, In deed book, No. 7, pago 15. The purchsaer will be required to execute bonds with security to bo approved by the Commissioner, Immediately after sale, payable in equal Installments of C and 12 months, bearing G per cent Interest from date until paid. Said bonds to have the foico and effect of a Judgment, and a Hen will be retained on the land sold ns additional security. Given under my hand this tho 18th day of Dec. 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN, Master Commissioner O. C. C. Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. to-wi- KlfS SALK. Plaintiffs. W, C. Uullock, et nl., vs. Notice. Ohio Circuit Court. Whdat Is mostly marketed by farm- ers soon, or at nny rnto, not long, after" tho harvest. Of tho crop of was sold by 1018, more than one-hal- f fanners in tho three months beginning with July, and CO. a per cent In four months. Thereafter the monthly sales dwindled to 1.5 por cent of the year's total In June, 1910. A Corn Is sold by farmers month by month throughout the year much more evenly than may bo generally supposed. The Hureau of Crop Estimates has ascertained that, while as much as 1G per cent of the year's sales, beginning with July 1, 1018, was sold In January, 4010. and 112 Hor cent In tho month before, tho monthly sales during the remaining 10 months ranged only from C.l to S I per cent of tho year's total. Smothered Itabblt. Skin, draw, nnd wash n good-size- d Thero Is no use raising a crop unrnbblt or haio. The rabbit may bo less you take care of It. Darns that by splitting down tho tut In halves let In the rats or the rain Indicate as back, or stuffed with n poor management as wastefulness In drowsing, trussed nnd cooked whole, feeding. 11s preferred. --- l'ut the rabbit In a roasting pan, pepdredge well with fieur. salt and per and dot over with lltu'Uer Lay three or frur strips of bncon across the rnbblt. I dd 2 cups or Int water, cover and allow to cook until tender about 1 hour. Uoinove th. rover nnd allow to brown. Thicken tho liquid nround meat and servo as gravy. jVlgoious Health Only as I'ur Away As the Use of Unbolt cooked In this way Is delicious served with baked dumplings Make a rich biscuit dough, roll out and cut In small biscuits. Hnvo tho Creates JU1I1, Ited Itlooil gravy In tho roasting pan boiling hot on tho top of nnd drop tho biscuit Obtainable in Liquid tho gravy. Place In tho oven and or Tablets Insist on brown. "Glide's," the Genuine ' d 1'i'oicrtlou in Cleanliness The poultry houses, drinking and feed troughs must bo wash ed every week with boiling water or other disinfectant, and if any lice or mites nro found on the birds or In tho houso tho roosts and adjoining paits of the walls should bo painted with a mixture of kerosene, 1 quart, l, nnd crude carbolic acid or crude 1 tearupful, ndviso specialists of the United States Department of Agriculture. The house may bo white- ' washed with freshly slacked llmo or sprayed with keroseno emulsion. In case of an actual outbreak of a virulent disease It Is well to ndd to each gallon of tho whitewash C ounces of crude cnrbollc acid. Good disinfectants destroy tho germs of contagious diseases, tho external parasites, such as lice and mites, and in some cases tho eggs of parasitic worms, and bo used frequently In and j should about tho poultry house. crc-Ho- Good Health Within Easy tho November term, 1919, directing me ns Commissioner of said court, to sell tho hereinafter described land for tho purpose of first paying the cost of tho above styled nctlon nnd tho costs of this sale, nnd dividing tho remainder of tho proceeds among the parties entitled thereto, I will offer for salo at public outcry to tho high est nnd best bidder it the court house door In Hnrtford, Kyv on Mo January 5, 1020, )lt being tho first day of tho regular term of tho Ohio County Court) nt about tho hour of ono o'clock P. M., on a credit of six nnd twelc months tho following described real estate, situated and being In Ohio County Kentucky, and being n part of tho homestead of tha Into James Curtis, and bounded as follows: Beginning at a stono one rod cast of si sycamoro tree, near the foot of a hill below the house, tho corner of James Curtis and V. H. Curtis, thence In n northerly course 90 rods with tho old lano to comer, n stone In the C. T. Warden lino; thenco with tho Warden line 7S rods to a black oak on tho banks of Williams Creek; thenco with tho meanders of said creek a sweet gum on the east side of said creek; thenco S. 80V, S. 125 poles to tho beginning, containing 55 acres, more or less. For a more fuller description see deed book 21, page 423, Ohio County Clerk's office. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with security to be approved by the commissioner, Immediately after sale, payable in equal Installments In six and twelve months, bearing C per cent Interest from date until paid. To have tho fore and effect of a Judgment, and a Hen will bo of snlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court rendered In tho abovo styled nctlon, nt Pearl Neal, et al., Defendants. Hy virtue of a Judgment nnd order on J. D. Williams & Bearer Dam, Ky. Both Phones. . Sons THE UNIVERSAL CAR The Ford Sedan, "with electric and lighting system and demountable rims with tires front and rear, for every day in the year has no equal as a'family car. Just as popular on the farm as it is in the city. In fact, it fits the family demands in every vocation of life. Large, roomy seats, finely upholstered, plate glass windows make it an open car in pleasant weather, while in rainy and inclement weather and rainit becomes a closed car, dust-proproof. It is not only comfortable, but really cozy, and above all, economical in operation and maintenance, and has all the Ford merits of strength and durability. self-starticli of Reach The Price of Pork Chops and Bacon Here are reasons why the fine; fresh pork tenderloins and pork chops, or savory ham, or crinkly bacon, which you enjoy for breakfast; cost much more per pound than the market quotation on live hogs which you read in the I'cpto-Mungii- li , Itnlnilcc Side or Ledger Tolls lug Story. There nre maliy rensons why cows asshould bo entered in a These reasons aro good sociation. Hut the real story th reasons. story in which all aro Interested is told on the balnnco side of tho ledger. In other words, "doos It pay," and liero nro somo concrete examples furnished by tho United States Dairy Division, from tho South Chittenden Cow Testing Association, Vermont, whoro cow testing did pay. In 0110 hord, tho aorago production of milk per cow was raised from to pounds in the year 1017-1, nnd at tho G.331 pounds In 191S-1same time tho Income over cost of feed increased from ? 14.05 to $SG.47 Cow-Test cow-testiS, 0, I I Another herd made an equally good record The production of 4, GOO lbs. of milk in tho year 1017-1- S was rals whllo the cd to 5.42C In 101S-1Income over cost of feed Jumped from $2:1. 0'S to $07 20. Theso wero not tho only herds to make good records as Is shown by tho fact that tho totnl yearly nvcrngo production of all tho cows. In tho association Increased from 4,900 lbs In 1917-1- 8 to 5.21T. pounds in 101S-1nin'. butterfnt production Increased from 190.2 pounds to 202.5 pounds. Dut hero is tho roal story: Tho Income ' For Infants and Children over tho cost of feed advanced from Years In In Use For Over $54.22 to SS9.GS. an extra ?35 pockets for each cow Always bears tho dalrymon's the that thoy owned. Signature Pcpto-Mangan 0, Pepto-Mangan. ' 9, per cow. Thero Is really no reason why men or womon with thin, watery blood and consequent poor health should remain In thai unfortunate condition. Thin, nervous, tired people never get 'much happiness out of life. Men and women with tho bloom of health in their cheeks, n cheerful, ninny disposition nnd an attractive p'rsonallty aro tho folks who get most and of life's enjoyment, pleasure, success. n furnishes Otulo's thin, watery blood with the necessary nourishment to enrich it, enabling 1' to supply energy, vitality and strength to ovcry part of tho body. Physicians rccommen'd Glide's fo patients suffering from anemia because Its beneficial and lasting qualities aro well known to tho medscal profession. Is obtainable Gudo's Both in either Miuld or tablet 'ovni tho samd forms contain exactly strength and medicinal properties. n of When tyou buy your druggist bo sure tho name "Gudo's is on tho package. Without "Gudo's" It Is not Pepto-Manra(Advertisement ) run-dow- n, Pepto-Mnnga- E. P. BAKXES & BROTHER Beaver Dam, Ky. newspaper: An average hog weighs 220 pounds. Of this, only 70 per cent (154 pounds) is meat and lard. So, when we pay 15 a pound for live hogs, we are really paying more than 2)y a pound for the meat which we will get from these animals, even Children Cry for Fletcher's after taking into account the value of the But people show a preference for d only of the whole the pork chops, fancy bacon, and choice cuts ts. one-thir- CASTORrA 30 &&&& , MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALK. ISeaus. Haked beans may bo cooked In j Ohio Circuit Court. many ways. Horo is ono recipe: Arrison Daughorty, Plalntllf. vs. Notice Cook tho dried beans gently until Holl Daugherty Lindsey, et al., tho Bklns begin to break, thou drain MaryDefendants. tho water. Put a layer of beans off Pursuant to u Judgmont nnd ordor In a benn pot or deep earthen dish, of snlo of tho Ohio Circuit Court, enIn nnd on this layer, In the conter of tho tered at Its Novombor, 1919 term, mo above styled action, directing dish, placo a piece of snlt pork 'streak tho sell tho horoluaftor descrlbod to of fat and Btreak of lean', having tho property, for the purposo of paying 1 quart of tho costs of this action, together with Tlnd sldo up, using for this sale, and a half pound of pork; tho rind tho cost of of tho proceedsdividing tho henna among tho up tho dish romalndor should bo scored. Fill parties entitlod thoreto, I will offer with tho beans, ami udd sousoulngs for sale at public outcry to tho hlgh- icst and best blddor, ut tho Court nnd wotor to cover tho beans. IIuuso door la Hartford, Ohio Conn-simplest seasoning for beans ty, Kentucky, on January C, 1920,! Tho a halt Js 1 tablcspoonful of salt and (It being regular county court day) teaspoonful of popper to a urn""' of at about onn o'clack p. in., upon n beans. Mix tho salt and popper with credit of six and twelve monthB, tho t: following descrlbod property, the water. If liked, n tablespoon of A cortnlu tract of laud In Ohio as an county, Ky-- ( consisting of CO acres, luiuturd may bo nddod, us well union nnd a tablespoon or moro of more or less, bounded as follows: t A. F oust by the hinds On molasses. Instead of tho pork a Hutlor,tho tho south by the of on lauds of or fat beef or mutton Catliona Itomaiii; 011 tho west by pleco of salt mny bo employud. In this iiuo thoro tho Until of J. M. Whlto. and on tho lo 2 pounds of North by tho lauds of J. H. Daughorty. Hhoulil bo from The piirchmor will bo required to the meat to a uuurt of boans. It execute bonds Immediately after sale used, udd moro suit to with security lo bo approved by (he fresh meat be u txjuut In. tho beans. It sail meat I used, pre- couimUslouur, payublu ; to-wl' Varied Minors LV'd l'or Good Haked from juicy hams. This means that when we are selling Premium bacon at 43'2p'per pound wholesale and Premium hams at 30Y, there are other parts for which we get as low as 6 or 8? per pound. The net result is an average profit to us of less than a pound. The choice cuts are higner because of a demand for them. Another thing: Only 35 pounds of the entire hog or about 16 th is usually marketed at once. The rest must be pickled, cured, or smoked. This takes months, and adds to the costs which must be met. The Eind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his per-supervision since its infancy. Allow no one-tdeceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and' " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against i Experiment. BOnal Just-as-go- cJjCJ&fflttfa yutryjr. agm4Z - i Castoria is a harmless .substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORIA GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS (Bears the Signature of Swift & Company, U.S.A. li Lj I C&zStrff f&tc&M. I 5& Yr tVy ftjm K. o lJmCMminrm JTL Oli o .11 Oil y r0 I company swift & tilt UUI flWMTMl I N0ir?t9uct aN0 CI 0 . E AVERAGE RECEIVED BY 00U8 I aMJ I III II Ml In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought UVf ANIMAL It n,,,,,!! ,itii X. swin i'coSfany y M Call on Tho Hartford Republican for Pine Job Work Delivered Promptly. riiKvui 'Axr nvs. Miihlcm Ithoads, of Jonosboro, jlJfc. Mw.iipro Inst week, visiting ,tf nr Department by volunteers, tno Announced todny and tho list of thorn will arrlvo at San Francisco about January 1 on tho transport Sherman. I'Olt SAI.K. condition Is I Up lns nn cyo trrftible, 98tR wtttiul Ono Percheron Marc, S yeirs old.. &fcw! tli n physicians ilo not' seem to W. 13. THOMAS wmlnrManil 3Hr Hortou. Ky jO lina nssumed 24t2p a Stewart UiKt Ifiir Hup Grocery and Miss Oorln Flcner, who is coiuplet- iPy.HTH rtPMHH pleased. i'A squaro IwtT" a Jiin .slopnn, nml surely .tlint plnR her second year as teacher In the High School of Horrlsliurg, Ark will 3 rtnrve Smith will movo to Mn- - return to tho homo of her parents, 3IUfOKl fOU Mr. and Mrs. 13, F. Flcner, of near Cromwell, to spend her Christmas vaTit. fUninarul Miller Is milking cation. to movo to Akron, Ohio. 'AtkroMias tteon received here thati HIItiltlKK'K SALE. Mn mh bcrt Tark Is very 111. "tfr 'HoiUf Hoover Is quite sick "Aw- - WW;. Ohio Circuit Court. 'id,- - Moltln llartlett has purchased W. O. Harrel &c, Plaintiffs. y vs. Sale notice. 7iir the Clear Run Hnptlst .AnM&, kmiwnns the Fcemster farm. E. A. Davenport, Defendant. Uy vlrtuo of a judgment of the "&r jnury Rlioails delivered his ctul-d- i tat tobacco today. Ohio Circuit Court rendered nt Its V Ami't know how true It'll, but special April 1919 term and execuHf wwx has leaked out that Santa tion Xo. 1102 issued therein front the utvv: Teal Santa Clans) will visit ohio Circuit Clerk's offiqo on the Ai Uulo folks nt the Clear Ru.i 3rd day of October, 1919, I will ofabout Christmas. I will " fer for sale at tho Court House door ti!r eoucernlnK his visit and be-- n in Hartford, Ky., on Monday, Janu- 7 tthilo among us. uary 5, 1920, at about 1 o'clock P. M,. jit public outcry, to the highest and PJVIOI KOIt SAIiK. best bidder, upon a credit of three remonths, the purchaser being X"-- ftirm of 70 acres at Horse quired to executo bond with approva'bout 45 acres In woods, ed security, the following described In high state of cultivation. 'real estate, or so much thereof as may FT" muiiR orchard, now house and be necessary to satisfy Plaintiffs Mtatw teHlldings; a real bargain. debt, of One Cent and Interest at f possession. Also ono extra per cent from the 22 day of April, 1bxk iny mule. 1919 and the further sum of $40,G0 V. M. CROVDER, cost, together with tho cost of levy, 1215 Walnut St., collection and tho cost of this adOwensboro, Ky. IZri ' vertisement: A certain tract or parcel of land in "CENTRAL GROVE. Ohio County, Ky., on the waters of Pond Run Creek, and bounded ns fol Tve farmers, of this place aic very lows: Deglnning at a stone near r stripping and hauling off their Isaac" Brown's fence; running C with the Hugh line about ISO poles to a new cases of mumps in this stone; thenco S. 9S poles to two post . U3LUI JUUUU Ul IVCUCtJC.l tiUK.Mhorhood are Misses Eva and oaks and small led oak; thenco W The purchaser will be required to Brown, Mrs. Reulah Rolder 94 poles to a stone; thence X." 6 execute bonds Immediately after sale, with scurity to be approved by the "Vfr Wallace Ford. poles to, a stone; thence 4. IOC poles commissioner, in eiiual installments i Rowo has scarlet fe- - to IiUJ Hubert a beech on the bank of Pond Run duo in six and twelve months, bearCreek; thence N. with the original ing Interest ri the rate of 6 per cent "MWffes Nellie Rolder and Carrie unti' paid, and in Isaac Brown's per annum fiom dateand effect of a line to a stone to have the force ZJoxTKinil were tho guests of Miss Mat-- i fence; thence with Brown's fence to judgment. A lien will be retained on Vary Leihure, of Heflin, Tuesday the beginning, containing' 111 acres, the land sold as additional security. They attended the birthday more or less. Excepting all mines, rsbtfht Given under my hand this the ISth Er? ?ien in lionor of Mr. 'Gilbert veins and seams of coal and other day of . December, 1919. OTTO C. MARTIN, Same minerals underlying siid lands and ,. Master Commissioner O. C. C. Williams, of Louisville. all rights and privileges conveyed to :ila T. T. Woadward & Kirk, M. L. Heavrln, JiaJCwi his daughters, Misses Lettye Taylor Coal Company by deed of date Attorriuys. nsu j rtv e, last week. August 26, 1902, and of record in 2li:s JliJna Martin Is on tho sick Deed Book 27, pago9G, Ohio County Jai Court Clerk's Office. HI and Mrs. L. K. Rowo and cltil-traLevied upon as tho property of E. Wortou and Belle, visited Mr. A. Davenport, herein, Defendant iJrown and family Sunday. l. October 28, 1919. I most settle with the lif.jj JHrtha Tichenor has returned Given under my hand this the 15th County and State and you ' '"rim "ynncsse '. day of December, 1919. ":. Desiirt Angel visited the home must settle with me. Ifay S. A. BRATCHER, of "tx ;md "Mrs Joe Griffin and took Sheriff Ohio County. your taxes at once, or else JStj't r.bem thfir little Roscoe He have your property levied 'vxv Z- $ ear and five months old. His Jpzih. ivas caused by pneumonia. The MASTER COMMISSIOXER'S SALE. upon and. sold. This will only factar- - .were laid to rest in the Gosh Ohio Circuit Court. add cost on you and an extra Ella Huff, et al., Plaintiff. ' St "ounylng ground Sund&y. vs. Notice. B Onis Westerfield, ot nl Defendants. burden upon me, something "UOJtA NTEERS KEMKVE Pursuant to a judgment and order we both should wish to VAXKS IX SIUEKIA of sale of tho Ohio Circuit Court, entered in the above styled action, at avoid. Pay the tax and keep ,- Jhlngton, Dec. 1G All of the its November term, 1919, directing mo as to sell the herein the cost. v" ,f service men who have been after commissioner described real estate, for the S. A. BRATCHER, S. O. C. r Vi relieved purpose of first paying the cost of the In Sibcila have been jMnns Smwnrt's &urr It .n ia -- . '",( re-v- atia'r tte alioro styled action and tho cost of this sale, and dividing the remainder of the proceeds thereof among the parties entitled thereto, I will offer for sale nt public outcry to tho highest and best bidder nt tho Court Houso door In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, January C, 1920, ( It boing the first day of the regulnr term of the Ohio County Court) nt about the hour of ono' o'clock P. M.,' upon a credit o? sk nnd twelve months, the following described real estnto situate and bclnf,' In Ohio County, Ky., and bounded Ju follows: First tract. Beginning nt a stake S. E. corner In the original survey on north side of Vliltesvlllp and Bell's Run road; thence X. 14 E. G3 poles and 8.10 link to n stake on said road; thence N. 75 W. 94 poles nml 15 links to a stake In Frank Wester-field- 's line; thence S. 13fi W. G3 poles to n sialic In W. boundary lino1 of original survey; thence S. 75 E. 91 poles nnd 15 'inks to tho begin ning, containing 40,44 acres, boing, same allotted to the heirs of L. O. Westerfield. Second tract: Beginning nt n stone, W. A. Russelberg's S. E. corner, It being the N. E. corner of tip oiiglnal tract on Whltesville and Bell's Run road: thence X. 77 W. 29 poles and 12 links to n stake; thenre N. 13 E. 50 l'oet to a stake; tiienca X. 77 W, 50 yds to a stake; thniee S. 43 W. ."n uet to a stake; thorn"' X. 77 W. 5H po'es and 19 Hnto to a stake, W. A Russelberg's S. W. corner; thence S. 13 t. W. 54 pcloj to a stake; thence S. 75 E. 94 polos and 15 links to a stake on the ntoresnil road; thence X. 14 E with said ro;d 31 Doles nnd 9 Jinks to the beginning, containing 2G acies. Bi lug same allotted to the heir-- i at J. L. Westerfield. Third tract: - Beginning at a stone, V. A. Russelberg's S. E. corner, it be ing the X.E. corner of original tract on Whltesville and Bell's Run road, thence N. 77 W. 29 poles mid 12 links to a stake; thence X. 13 E. 50 feet to a stake; thenco X. 77 W. 50 yds. to a stake thence S. 13 W. 16 poles and 19 links to a stake; thence S 77 E. 3G poles to a stake on the aforesaid road; thence N. 11 E. with said road, 13 poles and 15 links to the beginning, containing J acres. Being same allotted to J. L. Westerfield as a homestead. These tracts will be sold separately Tracts Nos. 1 and 2 will bo sold as a whole and outright. Tract No 3 will be sold subject to the home 1 Ill-Ill- V r The united states government : ARMY STORE Has given agency for sale of army goods in Ohio County, to the i BEAVER DAM COAL CO. I At their new store McHENRY, KENTUCKY Sale to commence immediately and continue until all army goods are disposed of by the Government. 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