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JOE BOSWORTH IS HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 9, 1920. rs N 28 'tr of political cowards and hypocrlts, mailo to havo tho mlnlstor-memboSPLENDID MEETING AMERICANS NOT TO It will stand as a monument marking HIGH COURT KILLS of tho House open tho sessions with tho country's spasm of hysteria. Alprayer but this, motion was promptly ON AT M. E. CHURCH though tho law provides that Its vioAID AS PLEBISCITES HOPE FOR 2.75 BEER SPEAKER OF HOUSE rejected by tho House. lation is a felony tho same cowardice Tho House will operate under tho that inspired congress to pass it rerules of tho 1918 session Until new strains officials from enforcing It, rules oro adopted. .Legislature Meets, Hears A voto of thanks was1 extended (o, Allies To Tell Germany Dr. Waters Delivering Ex- and tho fine farce goes1 merrily on. Wets To Attack Prohibition cellent Sermons, Song Forces Will Be Reduced EH Berry, former clerk of tho House, Amendment, See . Message and O. K's SufI I was Just now reading a story of for presiding ovor tho meeting of tho One-FourtServices Good h Failure frage Amendment an "OIo Swlmmln' Hole,'1 and was Hotiso until officers had been plectcd. memllors answered trio resolving to take a plungo in a branch Ninety-eignear Sulphur Springy, when tho bob roll call and wero sworn Into offlco Now York, Jan. 5". Another fight 'The series of meetings being con- wlites bob again, when I happened Paris, Jan. C. Thero is overy inFrankfort, Ky., Jan. 0. Tinnio-dlato- by Judge- Rollln Hurt, of tho Court of dication now In Supnmio" Council cir- ducted at the Methodist Church are to recall thero wasn't any hole there for 2.75 per cent beor will be made after tlio House of Rcprcipn-tative- s Appeals. Tho Invocation at tho opening of cles that the peace protocol will be attracting widespread nttentlon In anymoro. Isn't life full of little dis- beforo tho United States Supremo organized by tho election of Courts according to Emory R. Buck-nc- r, officers and heanf Governor Morrow's tho IIouso was made by the Ror. signed by Germany and ratifications this community. The preaching i3 appointments? who was associated with Ellhu Bascom message to the General Assembly the j Roger T. Nooo, of tho First Christian of tho Treaty of Versailles exchanged being done by Evangelist on tho coming Saturday, January 10, Waters, of Clinton, Tenn. His stylo, Speaking of the old swimming hole Root, as counsel for Jacob Rupert. edornl suffrage amendment was rati Church. Both tho Senatd and Houbo ad- tho dato tentatively set by tho Coun- method of delivery and rare aptitude reminds ,me of some other things against whom tho United States Sufled unrior a suspension of tho rule?. Wor driving, home his points nppeaw that aint what they used to be. For premo Court decided today In holding roll-ca- ll journed ovor until Monday, the Houso cil yesterday. Tho announcement of the The Council of tho League of Na- to bo an art peculiarly his own. His instance, I haven't seen a seed tick tho sale of 2.75 per cent beor illegal. was greeted by loud applause from adjourning out of respect to the memMr. Root's firm Is counsel for tions, it Is understood, 'will bo called system for it is a system and after In a quarter of a century. And the suffragists who packed the House ory of Captnln Hutchcrnft. nil, it is tho only thing that counts tumble bugs too, seem to havo perish- Christian Relgenshana New Jorsoy to moot afiout n week later. gallorlei and decupled standing loom 13 new to tho people An application from the German in any calling TWO-PLwedding ed from tho earthy Then there wero brewing corporation which is seekin tho House of Representatives. STAGED AT SIMMONS. representatives hero for a reduction of this locality. His discnurses are the What boy did not ing to restrain enforcement of tho On the floor of tho House were Mrs. In the number of troops to be sent to not pnly highly entertaining, but if dellcht to lean on his hoe handle and eighteenth amendment in New Jer-e- y. Edwin P. Morrow, Mrs. Thruston The bill of complaint In tho case I experienced quite a pleasent sur- - tho areas in which plebiscites aro to eloquent, sound and sensible preach- watch them flit fn and out of their Ballard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mc- 'prlso on the evening of the 2nd.,! bo taken under tho peace treaty has ing of religious duties and standards holes, high up in tho old, dead trees, says that 2:75 beer is not intoxicatJJowell, of Louiavillo; Mrs. William O'Conncll Bradley. Mrs. Portwood. of inst., whllo sitting by my flrcsldo been received by tho Supreme Coun- ever did good, then, this community bringing worms and bugs to their ing' nnd thilt "such fact has been Somerset, sister of Governor Morrow, casually pausing my dally paper cil. Germany will havo to bear the ought to be immeasurably benefitted. young? Yes, and that recalls tho pin definitely determined and demonsTho song services are under tho hook and the minnow bucket, anl trated by experience." on the exper so of maintaining theso troops gently rapped Mrs. Dosha Breckenrldgo and othera ! someono "The question whether 2.75 beer to and lmr representatives complain that direction of Joe HHampton, Singing sitting by tho roots of a tree on a Interested In tho ratification of tho , tho door and when tho invitation "come in" wps extended, quite a num- - tho cost will bo excessive. So heavy Evangelist, of Knoxvlllo, Tenn, whllo rocky branch and watching the can be sold after tho eighteenth Susan B. Anthony amendment. of Nashville, swarm of minnows In the 9lear cool amendment is effective must bo deRoprcsontntlvo Joo Bosworth, of, ber of my friends and neighbors filed an expenditure Is not necessary, It is Miss Rhea Hansom, Tenn., presides at the Piano. This water. O, who would not pass up cided in tho future," said Mr. Buck-ne- r. Mlddlcsboro, who was tho caucus into my room and beforo I hhd fairly asserted. The Council, it is learned, will re- feature of tho services is most excel- the purple and a crown to be Just nominee of tho Republican party for recovered from tho 'surprise, two "Today's decision effects its status speaker of tho House was elected by young gentlemen conveying their ply that Inasmuch as tho United lent, abovo the usual standard and a plain country boy again? only under war-tim- e prohibition. f.......... H.in.HnilnR n h.niln UL t,A.. CO CI1- - "ltna4M , riflvnnpnil with anmn . ntnlflnr States has not supplied Its quota of lends aid in making the whole more ww... Kill IMUUUU UICIUIIIULHHI I IU 111 ' , Today's decision relates only to the i innkinif w.ii 'documents and navo troops, which was to constitute a attractive and effective. OFF FOR ALABAMA. inii,. a Ti iv., fc war powers" of Congress. When the Two services are held each day, at quarter of tho whole, tho number of , them to mo. 10 a. m. and 7 p. in., tho house usualMr .V. C. Elgin, with h5 household amendment is effective, questions will A glance at tho papers told tho sto- men sent will comprise only Thompson" Name Proposed. of tho total originally fixed. ly being well filled at the night ser- effects, goods nd chatties, left here be raised not only as to the validity ry. Mr. Myrtle Hurt, to Miss The name of Representative J. II. Military Conmiis- - vice. The Inter-allie- d Tuesday morning for Montgomery, of its passage, but also whether or Mooro and Mr. Archie Fecty, to Miss Thompson, of Bourbon County, was authorized by - sion at Budapest-wa- s Ala., near which point Mr. Elgin has not nonintoxicating" beer can be sold Jennie Mao Hurt, all residents of Sim proposed by tho Democrats for speak ..... .. BENNETT ALLEN T., l,n I. no, lnnMnrn T tiro SlinrPIllR Council tO intCrVCnO in planned to make his future home, he under it." ' , .T ,. , nr thn mnrn mnrtprntn er of the Houso. Ofl the roll call Rep- n, Mr. Buckner saw a ray of hope in having purchased a farm about sevrosentatlvo Bosworth received fifty j Mr. and Mrs. Edwin P. Bennett an en miles from that city. the fact that the court was divided on husbands and wives, Communists who have been con- ' five votes and Representative Thomp- nounce the engagement and approachrespectively, Mrs. Elgin and children left in the today's decision) but was "not encourMn Hurt ,8 an ex - 'domM - V to death by the authorities e son loriy-iou- r votes, uui oejoro , Authority ing marriage of their daughter, afternoon of the same day top aged by that portion ortno majority Q. ,n tho ungarIlin caiiltal tho to had been announced by the; Allonf'tho Adalrvllle, where they will Broadvay Coa, Co. Hls bride to intervene to this end had been I Wirtyo, to Eugene Lowe lst Rav, decision saying that Congress had Clerk Representative Waggoner pro-- , wedding to take placo at the home of and Mrs. Virgil Elgin a few days be- power to lli a standard of alcoholic commission. UnclQ FJnU MoonJ requested by posed that tho members make the .. , ... Th,re are sii'l a Mn,H.riiii num. the Bride's parents, January the 18th. fore going to thoir Southern home contest for the purpose of effectlvo fof hQ al8o ' -w . . election of Bosworth by accalamatlon, A nf ... extreme Communists enforcement. He did not care to premu Broadway coal jo, ana nis unao is a ,.- . .. arfv n Mint mnlfrn tnwnril nnnn frnnil ... .. .,. ...... dict whether this would be a control-in- g GOOD TAX COUiECJIOX. in uuoapesi, mc BEADS ODDLY STRUNG .laughtor of Mr. Riley Hurt, also of awaiting execution i .. ;llt.to alUnd love for Joo Bosworth" this nlaco. precedent when the court came to comls,3lon ren.rte(L 'vW aufied him to make the motion. (By I. D. Claire.) morning's session of tho In" this Issue will be found the pass'on the validity of 2.75per "cent At' this Tho writer wishes for these ydung Clerk Ell Borry, who was,presld The ghost of Bryan is haunting tho Sheriff's advertisement or notice of under constitutional prohibition. connu- - Council tho questions last remaining ll tiiu Atftrnl couples and anticipates, nil the AAM luu nuuoa nig uvcr A1 A TTAIIftrt iittiii 4ftrV uih'uu blal bliss consistent with a voyage to uo ueciuea 10 compieie i William H. Hiirst, atqrney for the nuu- - dream of the Democratic presidential land sales for taxfs for the past year, . l?atIon was effected, appointed Ueprc tem atU0U8 sea'BariRn peace treaty were . taken candidate makers. or the smallest during the past fifteen, New York gtate Brewers' Association, ' VWntlves Waggoner. J II Thompson , lunder consideration. Tho Hungarian K asserted that the rteolsjon "rolatos years, perhaps. nnu joscpn iazarus, mo iioor lenuer delegates are expected to arrive this j If this Junk inclines to make the G. T. TINSLEY. It looks na, though the taxpayers only to that part of the Volstead bill for tho majority party, to escort ; prohibiovenlng, They probably will receive reader sleepy it is because it was writ have come to realize this is an obli which deals .with war-tim- e Speaker Bosworth to tho chair. GONE TO FLORIDA. the full text-- of tho treaty Monday or at 1 o'clock in the morning, i must be met and that tho tion and has no necessary bearing on gation that After being introduced by Repre-- j Tuesday next. How much time, if I better system is to pay before addi- Jhe eighteenth amendment," sentative Thompson, Speaker BosMr. Stevo O. Rowan and son, Hugh, any, will bo given the delegation for I was sorry 4o see the sugar equali- tional c6st "No case Is before the Supreme Qccnioi. Thon too, worth thanked tho members for tho of Wray, Colo., who have beon visit - consideration of tho peace terms Is zation board bill pass congrdss, It Sheriff Bratcher has kept tho mat- Court upon which a decision was to honor they had conferred upon him lng relatives at Heflln and other not known as yet. did look llko 21 cents a pound was ter constantly before the people by havo boon handed down today that In but one way, he said, could ho re ' points In Ohio County lor two weeita, Tho preclso dato for the conference high enough. newspaper advertising, posters a"nd by Involves either tho Validity of tho pay the members and that was by In rnmnnnv with Air. mill Airs. A. V. nf m nmimra n Vio Titrkle'h nuns. amendment itself or that raises any direct personal notices. help the with them to' an of nem mt Wedno,dn,. tIon 8tlll rcmaIn8 unc0rtain and thero It Is little wonder that the ex- - If tho Sheriff has succeeded In col- question of the power of Congress uncpmmonwealth of Kentucky. .. ... ......a ,rnine Vor- Wlnterhaven. Florida.' ila v .. vimv na fvm " tn lust- what- Kaiser is reported to bo extremely lecting from the poll taxpayers and der tho amendment," said Mr. Hirst. " . .. .., V,Q form this conference will take and nervous. Just think how long ho , "Wo woie sent hero." 1.6 said, 'for th ' those whp pay only upon a small Power of Congress Unquestionable tho purpose of enacting into'legisla a. of Aprlj exactly who will participate. Am was, drunk on the lust for power. assessment of personal property as By a margin of one voto the ' lion iuws iiiui win iiiuuii aumuiuiui; Washington, Jan, 5 By a marbassador Wallaco,has thus far well as he has from landowners the to the 8tato of Kentucky and wo must SURVEY OF CONDITIONS I am coming over to take a fish- closest collection for years will be gin of one vote the Supreme Court tono instructions regarding par And nftor serving sixnil do our duty RESPECTING TEACHERS ticipation. ing trip with the "Angler" party in registered for 1919. ' day upheld the rgtfit of Congress to ty daysx hero wo can go back homo the spring. I' won't ho afraid" to b define Intoxicating liquors, Insofar as knowing' wo havo done our full duty Tho National Educational Associar ALL MOVEMENT OF taut on the river with that crov,d now. applied to war-tim- e prohibition. MRS BETTY SANDERS DEAD to tho stato." tion has recently sent out blanks to WHISKY IS ENDED . In a four-to-fiopinion rendered every county Superintendent within 1 'lowers Lniri on Vacant Desk. Every time tho courts take a whack Mrs. Betty Sanders, widow of Dr. by Associato Justlco Brandels, the At thn close of his remarks ho wm '"" Stato- - requesting specific informaUnder Instructions received by lo at poor old John Barleycorn they Isaac Sanders, died 'at the home of court sustained tho constitutionality tlon aa respects teachers and toach- - cal raUroad officials from tho United give him another black eye Serves rnSnntn.l with a bonnet of roses sont her son, Mr. H. S. Sanders, In Coving- df provisions in the Vdlstoad prohibiRtates nniiroad Adminrslratlon to him right. Ho used to make folk's ton, Monday night at 8:15, The re- tion enforcement act prohibiting the tn him hv State Auditor J. J. Cralir. InB conditions. From tlie slxty-on"porting tho following Is a summary: accept no shipments of whisky that eyes red. Leaving tho speaker's desk ho walked mains wero taken to Owensboro, manufacture and sale of beverages s i. ioiai numuur oi leaning i'"- - cnnnot be delivered to destlnatloa by j down to tho desk of former Ropre-- f of one per cent or where fuiwral services wore conduct- containing one-ha- lf .. uons miuiii!u in roimrin, u Gems in the human, As in tho min- ed at the Presbyterian Church nnd moro of alcohol. Associate Justices January 16" nn niovoment of whisky scntatlvo Reuben Hutchcrnft, of Paris ,vhp ceuge(1 today 2. Total number of teachers u had been oxpe-cteeral, world are not numOrotls, but burial took placo in tho afternoon of Day, Van Devanter, McReynolds nnd and placed tho flowers, on It, saying past yiar, 1,- "Six yoars ngo when I was hero ono dropped oufdurlng the that a deflnIto dat0 wouId bo set by the close observer will dlscoverjmo Wednesday, at Elmwood. Clark dissented. per cent 28. tnQ riair0ad Administration and most occasionally, even in a icommunity of ;who was hero then is not hero now. 153. Little Hope for "Wets." Mrs. Sanders was widely known In 3. Total number of new teachers ,rallroads horo assumed that January strangers. Ho has made lifo's sacrlflco and I nm Validity of the federal prohibition Ohio county, by the' older class, Dr. . ' 1919, 1,004, G wou,d bo dosignated as the UUest going to hand over to that vacant entering. September; institutional amendment and of porSanders having resided at Center-tow-percont20. Did you over pause to think dat0 on wi,icli shipments could bo chair tho flowers sont mo." Beda and Hartford, whore he tions of iho Volstead act effecting its - ,0pPivp,i fnP ovnnrt. 4. toini HiiuruiBO in icuuuenj iuof how you had grownaway practiced his prptession for several enforcement was not involved In iho Lilburn Phelps, Republican nom-- ' 468 I,or cent 9 Instructions; however, left tho mat from some of your onco dearest years. ineo for clerk, received 55 votes proceedings, but the opinion was re, K Titnl mimhnr nf tnnnhorn lin. ter in tho discretion of the local of frjends? Tho reflection accents the Ell Berry, Democratic nomlnoo, 43 garded as so sweeping as to leave litstandard, 963, per cent 19. ficials, who Immediately decided that cruel finger touches of time, and re- BOARD OF EDUCATION votes. Before tho voto was announc low tle hopes among "wot" adherents. 6. Total shortage, lncfudlng teach- - n oriod 0f ten days was necessary to minds one of how soon death will ed tio olectlon of Phelps was made by Wayne B. Wheeler, general counIN SESSION MONDAY below standaid, 1,431, por centihuuro any 8j,ipmont reaching Its terminate it all. acclamation and riielp3 was sworn .era n League of sel for tho destination, It Intended for export, into offlco by Judge FJein Sampson, 2s Tho Ohio county Board of Educa- America, hailed it as a "sweeping 7. Has It boon necessary to nccopt and alio,. a reasonable time for loadf of tho Court of. Anneals. A man worth millions said to mo tion composed of R. A. Owen, O. W. victory" and in a statement tonight e, once that tho chelf benefit of large Duff, H. L. Carter, Robert Goff, Otis said the only prohibition question ing on ships by January 1G. All of tho other officers for tho Jowor qualifications In order to About 400 barrels were shipped out wealth was that it removed Its pro Stevens, Nat Llndley and Superin left open by the court now Is whether A. B. Loach, assistant clork; Iy teachers? Yes 55, No 0. 8. Have tfeachors' salaries lncroas-Joh- n yesterday as the last part df tho pool prietor from tho Indignities of tho Mlts Zllpha Roberts, enrolling clork: tendent E. S. Howard, met here Mon the eighteenth amendment 'is of the O. L. oil ns salaries have Jn other voca- - of 30.000 barrels formed two woeks multitude. Now, Tins, don't go and day. Cook, sorgoant-at-armnature that can be considered as a. ( lea , iso ou ago to bo exported through work yourself to death to get a .milPerrvman. doorkeener: Edgar The most Important act of the federal amendment and whether it 9. Have toachors' salaries IncreasPractically 30,000,00 gal- lion when you can achieve the. relldf board wasjho allowance of the sum was properly adopted. Candloss, Janitor; James A. Ray and William Roberts, cloakroom keopois, ed in proportion to cost of living? No lons remain in bond in Kentucky, referred to In a position as an edi of $5.00 per month to all teachers for In rendering tho opinion, tho court Murray 59. ready to be taken over by the Gov- torlal waiter on a dally newspaper, the year ending Juno 30th., 1920. sustained Federal Court-decreand Robert Humbler-Charle- s dis10. Is tho numbof of teachers be- - ernment whon constitutional prohibiNeeL John Cain and Marvin Wash, This means considerable to tlie teach- missing Injunction proceedings to enYes tion becomes effective. yoars 'jf ago increasing? Governor Morrow, llko Governor ers of the T?bunty, as it will increase join federal authorities from preventThe estimatpages, were elected by acclamation, low 21 o a. to Black, bollqvos in preparedness, If their salary at least, 10 per cent. The ing Jacob Ruppert, a Now York Sustaining tho contontlon of nop- - "- -, ed value Is from $30,000,000 resentatlve Duffy that tho Houso of) 11. Aro promising young men and $160,000,000, taking Into account the we are to judge by tho number of Board also heard and approved thd brewer from manufacturing beor conRepresentatives had nothing to do women attracted to teaching as in. tho posslblo value of "bootleg whisky." colonols appointed, and may I bo report of tho Finance or Auditing taining In nt us of oe halt of one Yes 4, No 57. ' mm pardoned the doggeral: with the poace treaty which was in 'past? Committee, which report may bo per cent but which he alleged was Sen- -' Wohavo prepared a similar sum- - BO l'ER CENT ADVANCE IN We do not"want to fight tho hands of tho Unltod States nonintoxicating. found on another page hereof. V nto alone, SpeakorBosworth rulod mary for every state from tho signed ? SHOE PRICES PREDICTED But by jingo it wo do, . n,,t of order tho resolution of Rep-- , reports furnished by the superln- We've got tl'o money and the men, COFFEE Direct from roastor to BILL WOULD MAKE ', Cincinnati, Ohio, Jan 6. Today Kelly calling upon tondonts. It is very 'noticeable that And got the Colonels, too. MAMMOTH CAVE PARK . resentntlve Griffin consumer, we will roast, grind ami deliver by prepaid parcol post three 'the United States Senate to ratify the in those states whoro salaries are beforo the annual convention of tho arp best, and National Shoe Travelers' Association, highest conditions Natton-wld- o prohibition is the pounds of good, strong Coffeo, for .Washington, Jan. G. Representapoace treaty. tive Thomas, Democrat, Kentucky, Ministers of tho city were invited where salaries 'aro lowest tho con- - J. B. Bryno of Rochester, N, Y., Jhti rottenest piece, of farce coniody qvor Ono Dollar. president of I tho association', played on a national stage. Conceivtoday announced a bill to establish ao open tho sessions of tho Houso with dltlons are most serious. IIOPKI.NSVILLE COFFEE CO, HUGH 8, MAGILL, a GO per cent advance In tho ed In tho mi ml a of vjslonary Idealists Mammoth Cao, Ky., as a national unrnvnr and to bo bresent at any and Ii v (Incorporated) . mt " Field Secretary.. prices of shoes uext summer, and translated Into law by a congress 28t4p , park. lrbpklnsvjlle, Ky . of the sessions. An effort was all ' ht ly Y s. I ., j .... . .. - ... , three-quarte- rs J It-w- ........ - ...,, 1.-- !,. I I ,....... ...... ..-- .,' ... tu .- ' i, i? 3P 1 j ," -v ' I j I -- ,ii. rf -- ve I Q V n, sorl-ous- ly aml,"0' Anti-Saloo- sup-Hous- s; Phlla-auiphi- u. V es tf pro-diet- ed 'I ' , rv OIOPES FOR PEACE cm penco ran bo maintained only If Turkey is left Independent, for tho Islamic world will bo satisfied only re- PACT ON THE WANE with freedom, he declared. Ho .'Senators Seem Further A-pa- rt Each Wait For Other To Move Washington, .Inn. 2. After many gards Turkey as a misjudged nation;' "thoso who investigated impartially tho Turkish question have discovered that dosplto our bad government our conferences today lietwcon Senator M Xodgo and Republican and Democratic senators who favor ratification of the treaty, both aides announced that Ahcy were farther from agreement .than they have boon at any time sslnco tho agitation for a compromise vas begun. Lame back may como Trom overSenntor Lodge saw Senators McNa-j- work, coW settled In tho nuscles of Lcnroot, Capper and Curtis, Re- tho back, or from disease. In tho publicans, and also talked with Sen- two former cases tho right remedy Is ator Swanson, Democrat, who had been Ballard's Snow Llnlmept. It should dn conference with Senators Hltch-jcoc- k bo rubbed In thoroughly over the and King. part, tho relief will bo prompt Nono of the senators presented to and satisfactory. Price 25c, GOc and 'Senator Lodge any definite proposal $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun for a compromise or for modification ty Drug Co. 'm of tho reservations to which a ma jority of tho Senato stands commit I.MPERATOR CARRIES 1HG MAIL 4 ted. Further than that, Senators Hitchcock and Swanson stated cm- Sailing in December the Impera-to- r - phatlcally that no scheme of compro began her first Voyage as a, mermise will be presented by the Demo- chant ship, since sho sailed under crats and that any suggestion for a flag in July, 1914. .Sho carcompromise must be made front the ried over 10,000 sacks of mail. She Republican side. Is now a Dritish ship operating on The inexorable facts which served tho Cunard line from New York to to dampen the spirits of those work- Plymouth, Cherbourg and Southamping toward a compromise are set forth ton. Passengers for the first tr'i) in tho following statements by numbered over 2700. Coal for the tors after tho dajj's conferences wore voyage was so much in excess of tho ..at an cud: allotment that clearance was at first concrete refused and only granted on the Senator Lodge: "No plan of compromise was tendered mo promise of the British ministry to by any of the senators I talked with. replace the excess amount They hadn't any." 3 Senator McNary: "I am waiting Surgeons agree that In cases of to sec if tho administration Democrats cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the can work out any proposition upon first treatment Is most Important. which we can agree." When an efficient antiseptic Is apSenator Capper: "The sentiment plied promptly, there is no danger of of tho country is for the Lodgo infection and tho wound begins to If any substantial changes heal at once. For use on 'man or are made In them there will at least beast. Borozone is the ideal antiseptic Republicans who will and healing ajfent. Buy it now and bo thirty-fiv- o voto against ratifications. Tho Price be ready for an emergency. of Article X and on the 25c, 50c, ?1.00 and ?1.50.Sold by equality of voting to which the Demo- Ohio County Drug Company. m crats particularly object, can not bo modified if the treaty is to bo "PUSSYFOOT" JOHNSON y, peoplo havo mqny merits and desorvo better trentment that It is reported they are to receive, ho said. Tho sultan declares that it is his "unwnvor-In- g determination" to reconstruct tho country so that it will bo tha center of tho East's peace and progress. He commended tho action of America on the prohibition question and asserted that one of his chief alms was to seot Turkish cure tho emancipation women. m wkNJ''w r ..Art"' ",- - cEP ,,rtO " ' t?" tt S ' f j ed J J No one shall take them from, me ' ! . II " " ft I love my pipe and good old Velvet My comforters in adversity, my wise counselors when problems vex. Companions of my loneliness and sharerc ,of my happy hours. Their friendliness has made' me feel more' kindly toward my fellow men. They l:r-vmade this old world a better place to live in. I love my pipe and good old Velvet; no one shall cake them from me. o Mil . .ftSS 7 I C v x K wjj.i!sJ jKS: 'X '! -CiW-?- - t ' Senator Swansou: "The Demo- crats have nothing to propose. They By Harold E. Bechtol. ' are waiting to see what the Republi"Puusyfoot" London, Jan. 2. cans will do." Johnson is still going strong. (fashed the Senator Hitchcock Britishers can't stop talking about hopes of tho compromisers with-thi- s n Leaguer this American significant statement: who sacrificed an eye in fighting for "There will have to be very sub- prohibition in England. stantial modifications in the Lodge After his "hazing" by "wet" stu reservations before tho Democrats dents, in which his eye was so badly can accept them. Tho initiative musL injured it had to be taken out, the " Tbe.tahen by the "mild reservatlonisis" Evening News of London, a North-clift- e 'on' the Republican side. Tho Demopaper, started a fund for "the crats do not Intend to offer any com- white man who is a true sport," and promise." raised $1,200 before Johnsoa said, Senator Hitchcock was asked "Thanks, but I can't accept tho monwhether ho believed the treaty would ey." be ratified before January It!, the "There are so many millions o eyes date on which the prohibition amend- In the world, that one eye, more or ment becomes effective. Hu replied less, doesn't much matter, he explain that ho did not think action by that ed. .time would be possible, but that he After Johnson declined the News' believed the treaty would be raMflnd fund, a rival paper, tho Star, said: before the end of the month. Mr. Johnson is "Bravo, Pussyfoot! .' still a sport. 'Ho has refused to acor Heroism Required cept the testimonial subscribed at the No Great-Ac- t If some great act of heroism wa3 instance of one of the two papors ' necessary to protect a child from which so carefully engineered the opvrnup, no mother would hesitate to position to his campaign, and which protect her offspring, but when It is are morally responsible for the loss only necessary to keep at hand a bot-l- e ot his cyel" of Cliamborlaln's Cough Remedy Now "Pussyfoot" has got everyLand glvo it as soon as tho first in- body wondering whether there Isn't dication of croup appears, thero are "something in this prohibition busimany who nee1 t It Chamberlain's ness after all, if a man will give up an Write to Velvet Joe. 4241 Foliom Avenue. St.Louii, ,fo..forhh 1020 tho reach of eye for it as cheerfully as that hjs Cough Remedy is wr-il- r Almanac. Ha will tend it FRCE. m OWN eyej" all and Is promt and effectual. ;And then comes a now statement by I'l'CKlVl'S A POSTCARD "Pussyfoot" In which ho reminds evMAILED l:l YEARS AGO erybody: fiRraBmBEBf53pfflraK ."Each year la America the liquor l, traffic put out G0.000 eyos!" Aniaiore, Okla., Jan. !!. A Unul-gtainarumpled and The Britisher would like to scroam up tho guide-post- s or painted the DOG HKRO-LIFSAYER WELL worn, received a fow days ago at him: "I say! Don't you realize youl I'ltOVIDKI) FOR IN OLD AGK water .Igns Rufus detoured widely at Marietta, by Mr. and Mrs. Marshall havo lost an oyo! You ONLY HAYE . ' and succored many a prospector who Korvilta, JtiHt 13 years after it had ONE LEFT!" Surrounded with every comfort but for hiyi would havo died misera'bee dropped in a postoffico at u He's either crazy or this absurd North Texas town. The card was ad prohibition cnuso must havo some possible and now sixteen years old, bly from tne dollrlum of thirst or the drtMUKd to tho Norvllles at Okl.thonm merits to enlist Mich dovotlon as that "Rufus", known as tho "heio ot tho venom of snake bllos of that tho avorago John Bull is desert," who, with his partner, Lou City, thirteen miles noith of tho TexThe work of t'lose two great beneas tine, and traveled at the rato of convinced. Beck died In July, factors Is Wescott Beck, made this "And he's certainly not crazy. Look trackless wastos of the great South- 1917, and slnco then the United a mild a oar after crowning the Red at tho way ho capitalizes the accident west safer for travelers, In passing States Government has npyroprlatec! Rivr. No diitu aro available U chronicle for advertising. (Oh yes, John Bull hU old age In a dog; sanitarium at $100,000 to carry out tho project that tha wanderings of the mtil card, sees that.) Maybo this prohibition Pasadena. i he and his devoted dog stnr'od which dure a message of congralu-latio- s has merits." And Johnson chuckles. Rufus will be provided for by Dr. The ond of his days on earth Id not a. to tlin Norvllles on their far off. Ho is spent and.feeblo after T. II A Knew, a veterinarian and perPleurisy pains are located Just be- his many long and weary Journeys sonal friend of Beck. His years of low tho short ribs. Lumbago affects over service on tho the burning and blinding! sands hardship, of tho same region but toward tho hack. with his pioneer master. Ho will no desolato wastes under heavy saddle-bug- s, Ballard's Snow Llilmont Is the reme- doubt soon fall asleep. Even now ho plodding along continuously In FOR FLETCHER'S dy In either caso. If rubbed in thorprobably of that Ions, his lathor boots, aro not without their oughly it oases pain, rolaxes the mus- long desort trail, or tho glad time he reward. His many friends who used cles and the patlont can movo about will havo whon he can rojoln his com- to sco him on tho streets and pat him 4 freely and comfortably. Prlco 2Gc, panion of bygone days. WOULD PKKSKRVH SULTAN with approval as ho started out oi TURKEY'S INDKI'J'MIKXCK 50c and $1.00 per bottle Sold by Lou Wescott Beck and Rufus were his desert trips will not forgot him In Ohio County Drug Company. m Intrepid pioneers In a prohis old age. A good frlcul of Ru--- Uohamniod YI, sultan of Turkey, ject which received scanty, support fus, writing In tho Pasadena Evening "TIihiq rres Mr. Sharp. I wondor and tardy recognition. is witling to tho United States to sue Together Post, closes her trlbuto of pralso to dog with they fared forth on their mission' of this noble, 'that Turkey is given u square deal how ho made all his mouei" ' mercy, the former carrying sign- thoso words: in Hut final poaco settloni"i't It is '"vtii knows!" "Ah! that must be .vh" ho always boards and cans of paint, tho latter unfair tb.U ii(Iir nationalities .lLuulil "I shall always think of hliu vtth riprof(t by President Wilson lloJgos looks so worried!" Tho Passing laden with saddlo bags of restoratives tho background of tho desert, and all and not wo. he recently al'. Eust- - Show. and poison antidotes. While Beck sot about him thq limitless spaco. HAS LONDON GUESSING r V 0$ .rv . , Anti-Saloo- : v - VTH As (JwM ?W$Jl s f L- - ..' post-jcaw- d, lasSm 1 IYK PROPAGANDA. this country bollovo that dyes produced hero are inferior to Gorman dye Designed to jnako tho peoplo s E d, ov-fi"- . mar-Tjag- life-savi- Children Cry R OASTO 1 m day-drea- life-savi- is being foitorod by tho old dyesluff trado, still influenced by tho German Idea, 'American chomlsts declare, American dyus, they say, nro in no wiso different from thoso mnilo in Lorinuuy but It has beon Impossible in tho short tlino avallablq for American producers to mnko tho variety r' colors formerly offered by tho Ger To Tho DjKpepllc. mans. They havo necessarily concen trated on staples but thoy can proWould you not llko to feel that duce tho Bpcclalitlos Just as woll when, your stomach troubles aro over, that they got round 'to, that. you can eat any kind of food that you cravo? Consldor thon tho fact Tho liver loses Its activity at times thnt Chamberlain's Tablets havo cur ed othors why not you? Thero are and needs help. Herblno la an ef- many who nnvo ueoiv restored to foctlvo liver stimulant. It also purl- health by taking theso tnhiota n,i'f,os tho bowels. Btroncthons dlges- can now eat any kind of food that "on nntl slorea strength, vigor nJ thoy cravo. m choorf ul spirits. Prlco 60c. Sold W shall think of tho dawn with Its wonderful oiango and flame, and dese-- t blues, when tho morning stars aro sinking, tho moon has sunk out of sls'it. und Arcturus is blazing, and through It all I shall hear that musical baying of Rufus, us If ho called to tho distant mountains to Bend forth their streams of living water, and I' shall remember tho intrepid dog soul that never faltorcd, tho llfo sav. er, Rufus of tho desert." Our Dumb Animals. m of .n..'!.1: en u miar FOR CASTO ury FLETCHER'S R I f '' ' 'A Socialism la a dream of getting tot nothing something somebody eU worked for.- - Toledo Blade. J 4 impossible to distinguish tho American uniform nnd tho guard In chnrgo ONCE CONGRESSMAN, of tho dog, seeing a shadowy fltruro PROUD OF PATCHES WILSON ON TREATY near the train, ordored his dog Into action. Captain Armstrong was attacked, and after a sharp scuffle, during which ho was hlttori several time, Democrats Revolt At Con mnnflged to got his raincoat ovor tho Author Of dog's head and shouted to tho guard Law Wears Old tinued Dictation Of to call him off. This was an Instance Clothes President Whore the Rod Cross did not profit by tho dog's loynlty, but It was not tho animal's fault It seldom Is Ilo By Ocorgo n. Waters. Washington, Jnn. 3. A rovoit of simply obeyed orders; tho mistake tt Washington, Jnn. 3, Tho author 5J7t1 I anil tuujBI Democratic senators against tho dic- wns his master's. W. U. IJ. (Our Dunifi of tho only federal 111 tation of President Wilson in tho Animals.) ti law' hns a patch on his trousers and treaty fight assumed formidable pro- ' Don't You Koigot It. ho says ho will wear those pants till portions toda,y. tjio patch wears out. Ilo is wearing Tho rovoit will tnUo deflnlto shnpo tomorrow whon those solictors, ten or Ilonr In mind thnt Chamberlain's an ovcicoat for tho third year, nnd twolvo in number, will moot nt tho Tablets not only move tho bowols but his shoes havo half soles on them. Tho man Is Asbury F. Lover, formhomo of Senator Hok- !3mlth, of Improve tho nppotlto and strengthen acorgln, to tilk ovor for putting tho digestion. They contnln no pep- er congressman from South Carolina, tho tronty through lth risnrvallniu sin or othor dlgcstlvo ferment but author of tho Lever most which can command slxr-fovotps strengthen tho stomnch nud onablo It law, and now a member of tho Farm CAMELS are thePut allrefreshing, satisfying cigarette you I in your cigarette desires in a bunch, Camelsareaoldevery-wher- e naturally, m Loan Hoard. in Jho Senate. to porform Its functions then buy sbme Camels, give them every taste-tes- t in acientiRcally . and know When tho author of tho pcoplo's ' Tho fact that this effort at coni- sealed packages of 20 for your own satisfaction that in quality, flavor, smooth-bod- y "Congress has passed tho bill which only weapon against profiteers advoifrrntnlun ...,, Invnlvn tltti uuintlntulni v....uu lilnv ...u..vi n,w aniiiiuiniii, cigarettes or ten packand in many other delightful ways Camels are in a ages (200 cigarettes) f the Loilgo program In ItH entuoty. Senator Edge of Now Jorsoy, Intro- cates economy nnd prnctlcesit, he slass by themselves d in a duced which will cnablo bankors, ex- should know whnt he is talking about. HI not deter Senator Smith nid carton. Wo Camels are an expert blend of choice Turkish and choice hoso nssoclntcd with him In their porters, manufacturers and Investors Lover was told that the cost of living strongly recommend efof tho United States to hnd gono up 2 per cent since his Domestic tobaccos. You'll not only prefer this blend to either itmrpdso to reach some understanding this carton for the kind of tobacco smoked straight, but you'll appreciate the law, with tho pennlty attached, Oct. home or office supply hhoroby the treaty en bo ratified fectively In financing Old World or when you, travel! nnd promotlnf, American 22, becamo effective. remarkable and smooth, refreshing Afflesnlto tho Prei'dcnt's nnncuinred op- flavor it provides! Camels are a cigarette revelation I R. J. Reynolds Tolxcco Co. foreign trado for tho benefit of all "Tho bset way for tho peoplo to V position to any kind of reservations. Nr Wiiuton.Sl I concorncd. Now resources nro to bo lower th5 cost of living Is to stop ext Camels win you in so many new ways ! They not only SmJtli Ionils Soccders. f tho Kd2 travagance," said Lover. "If enough found under tho terms of permit you to smoke Hberqlly without tiring your Senator Smith assumed tho nomi- bill, nnd now forms nnd methods of peoplo will refrain from buying $15 f taste but leave no unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unnal leadership of tho'scccdcrs by lssu- - organization for tho dofinlto purpose shoes nnd $G0 suits, I will gunranteo pleasant cigaretty odorl ing tho Invitation for t.ic meeting. of extending liberal credits to Euro that tho cost of these things will como Ho announced that about a dozen pcan countries nro nuthorlzcd. Compare Camels with.any cigarette Its down. Now is a good timo for many in the world at any price! Democratic senators had acoptcd his provisions will have to bo carefully people to save somo money for them-fjlvYou'll Invitation.' ilo wns unttlllin.' to (,lo nnd thoroughly set forth, for Its sue-- , prefer Camel quality to premiums, and nt the same tlmo help bring coupons or gifts! any names, but It Is untlerrlood that cess will dcpenTT on tho degreo of prices down for all. But aro they doreft."..! among those who nro likely to attend sympathetic Interest It arouses In ing it?" tho Independent conference aro tho business ilnd Investing circles. Mort"I Just returned from' North Caro-llnfollowing gages will bo taken under tho bill whero 1 made a speech. A man Kcndrlck, Wyoming; Smith, South to secaro tho credits extended, and in told mo hOw'ono of his tenants raised Carolina; Smith, Arizona; Henderson, these foreign mortgags securities n lingo cotton crop, the tenant getting Novtidn; Chamborlain, Oregon; Tram-niol- l, may be Issued and sold In tho UnltM $G,000, tho first real money he ever 1 ""ffl 1' I fcr xil--",- r ' !'- I Wh U. MA I 'uniiwi! Florida; Gorry, Ilhode Island; States' It will bo possible for hun- hnd. v I said, "that will enable him to "Wolcott, Delawaro; Fletcher, Florida; dred of thousands of persons to as- go where land Is cheap and buy a Dial, South Carolina; KIrby, Arkan- sist Europo without neglecting this farm." Ho replied, "ho has already sas; Mers, Montana, Owen, Okla- nation's vital Interests. Thrift and bought an automobllo and drives It homa; I'omcrcno, Ohio, economy will bo stlmulnted by tho sixty miles every nbjht.' Such (lOorKlans for Kcscrtiitlons, measuro, onco Its objects, safeguards Increases tho prices of So long as tho spendSonntor-Smit- n wns prompted to nnd machlnoo- are fully understood " everything. Chic-mDally News. thrifts aro aiding and abetting tho take this action In opposition to the " ' ' i profiteers, it seems futile to try to " President nnd to the leadership of the STEAMBOAT TRAVEL SAFE. .INCREASED COTTON ESTIMATE tho cost of living. I am not (League retorted thdt It refused to be lower Senators Hitchcock, Underwood nnd oat in the issue. It buying anything I do not have to mnde others who have been presenting tho Maynard's original stateTho annual report of the steamboat In Its December estimate of the And I am more able financial-- , President'! Wows, becauso of n seemBnt unad bcen correctly quoted and inspection servjee states that for evcrop of tho Unltpd States tho ly to buy than tho average person Is. ingly accurate estimate of the senti- cotton ,that tno organization had understood ery passenger who lost his life In the ment of tho people of his state during government raises tho amount fiOO- If everybody will decide to wait to proloiB cstlmat" do their buying until the prices comelfrom the beginning that ho reterretl "ear ending June 30, 1919 1.CP0.000 his recent hlt there. According to 000,000 above Its to 'he. wero carried safely. Passengers durmt- - down, they won't have-twait loric".to genera,i coniHUon3 and Senator Smith, tho peoplo of Georgia Tho new cstlmato puts tho total . transcontinental air race "except ing the year numbered over 323,317,-00- 0. pounds. At m a whero ho has Just mndo a speaking ton yield at 5,500,000,000 . Of these 202 lost their lives. Heartburn, indigestion or distress where hc nad specifically so applied tour regard tho treaty nnd tho league 30 cents a pound, tho prico to whicho Tho total number of lives lost was delivery, tho cotton Toll for Juno of tho stomach Is lnstnntly relieved " roposItioirlmthiB manner: 543, of whom 341 were officers and of tho cotton alone Is $1,650,000,-00- 0. by Herblne. It forces the badly dl- For reservations equally as strong Regulation 6f prison labor Is in crews of vessels! About 170 deaths food put of tho body and re$b those on the Loilgo program, CO I''ldod for In a bill Introduced were from causes beyond the control itnrn- - tnn in thn s.on,ach.and how-"c- ct jrer cent; against tho league In its the House by Representative John of tho steamship service, it is stated r.n ono League of Nations to ,! si,i i.v ni,in "There Is cntlfety, 20 per cent; for the treaty Cardul, the woman's m!1' ?olan' of California. Republican which tho Government and tho peo ty'Drug Company. M Ifc w, if la, 20 per cent. Ionic, helped Airs. Wilof tho House Com- FEAR JAPANESE INVASION. will sub ,v senator Smith ia satisfied that this plo of the United Stntcs liam Eversole, of Hazel - who ls als0 a lab,or amend"It should be kept in mind as.Con- - ,nittee on Labor-'",d clnly 9ch jPsamo preponderance of sentiment scribe without reservations, outlined Patch, Ky. Read what N"an Attention of authorities . at the was reorganlza-!1"8-- "; r against ratification In tho manner dc-- I ments or hesitation. It In tho cham- gross proceeds with army training "or for the production of supplies and Hague has been directed to the thousshe writes: "I had a tion that universal military mnnded by tho President, that is, by Promler Clemcnceau general breaking-dow- n by tho ands of Japanese laborers who are entirely different from universal authorize their purchase without any lcscrvatlons, would hold ber ofnleputles, when, roplylng to a of my health. 1 was In government. He would regu-hav- o taking up homes In the Dutch East service. Eery citizen should !eral throughout tlio country In some query regarding his recent confer bed for weeks, unable to compensation and hours of Indies. The Orientals are George, ho a knowledge of arms, and toilate, get up. 1 had such a sections ho de'clnrcd the pcrccntago ences with Premier Lloyd ,Bb and flx Us "tandarh. and and Industrious but they are weakness and dizziness, against tho whole treaty nnd league bald: "I will toll you two prlnclplnl acquire this calls, for some form of js"ch Prohibit the purchase of .supplies maintaining an organization under a decisions wo have taken. Not only training. Actval service 1 quite an- - t,lcn . . . and the pains were would bo much greater. manufactured by It under private con- directing head that is said to havo A friend !1 will wo not maho.peacq, but we will other matter. Tho object of train very ssvere, IIe ouW ,hoTO tho soveinment controLof all tho Japanese in the isto d me I had tried everynot compromise" with the government ing is preparedness, while system of trw thing else, why not of the bovIetST. Wo have decldeO service mny run Into tho pervei.slons equip tho United States penitentiaries lands. Officials are convinced that disCardui?.. . I did, and that wo will bo the allies of all pol of militarism. Prussia's plan was to nnd tho United States Army and bar- they nro working under instructions from Tokyo. Wash- - make of "very ablebodled man a sol- ciplinary prisons nnd disciplinary soon saw it was helping itic attneked by bolshovlsm." , For Infants and Children I a at racks and the United States Naval me . . . After 12 bottles, lngton Post. dier who co'ilu bo mobilized at a mo- prisons for tho manufactures' Wife (at breakfast) Could I havo Years In Use of supI am strong and well." notice to carry out any secret ment's: plies for the government. Tho bill a little money for shopping todny, Always bears militaristic purposo of the govern- provides thnt "the compensation to doii ? the TAKE ment. Universal training ls protecSignature of Would yiu Husbaad Certainly bo paid for such supplies shall, so far tive, but unlversnl sorvlco might 'o posslblo, bo tho prevailing prlco rather havo an old fie or n now one? predatory In inotito Training 'nil as Wl'e A now one, ot ;. ur.se. for like commodities In the vicinity HOOS IX KKI) CltOSS IlKMISF. pioceod In rival l.'fo, '.ut servir lakes HusbfT. - Here's the nic nnd I'm of tho Institution furnishing them. tho cltlzon away from civil pnr.'ulls Compensation and hours of labor for four dollars to the good! Stray In Its task of relieving suffering It seesm probablo that botb Houses inmates of the institutions working Shots. throughout the world, tho Ited Cross of ('oirirftss will framo a meat nro ff r has hnd frenuont occasion to rely on Vimatunl for Clilldivn to bo Palo unlverhal military training but-- r 'it upon such supplies shnll be based Daughter Papa went off in great upon the standard hours and wages nud Thin Paleness is Sign thn sncncltv nnd lovaltv of dogs. In for universal military seivioo 'ilio prevailing in the vicinity in which tho good humor this morning. Of Thin, Watery Wood 'Mio mountainous regions ofllJohomla, frequent use of tho two toru-- as Mother Mercy! That ramincls me, dogs nro used to transport goods, be- meaning tho samo thinr Is entirely Institution is located." I forgot to ask him for any money. ing harnessed to Binall carts Ilko the respond Amorlcajns misleading. MnKcs Red Mood GKIWAX MINES STILL MENACE Boston Transcript. In carry-- j ,' chlens do trait of Ilclgtuni. Do you feel weak, dizWhat quickly to military tralrlnj, Ing tho food and clothing and medl- zy, worn-ou- t? they havo accomplished In volunteer Is your 1'icpnrcd In Liquid and Tablet Form British and American naval au I JfclncB Into those almost inaccessible armies and as a natlona) iu.kI is a lack of good health caused agree that until tho Germans Until Possesses Identical jvKmountnln vlllagos whero tho suffer proud htstoilc record. Yot the r,(sd thorities from any of the comMc(llriii!t Qualities complete the sweeping of mine fleld3 ing wns bo lutonso, mo uou uross military training has always li. ii of plaints so common to they laid in tho North sea thero will - frequent use of these workers madefolt In national cmorguneles. nnd to It 13 necessary for boys nlid girl provldo for It ls unquestionably a na- be considerable danger to shipping In women? Then why not carts. DENTAL SURGERY romp, play nnd onjoy them-solve- s, aters adjacent to the British Isles. give Cardul a trial? It In' Amorlcn, too, dogs nro used, to laugh, tional duty and practically a neces- f; for it is nt that stago of llfo sity." St, Louis ntil this part of the sea has been ! t. should surely do for you bast winter, whdn tho epidemic of inCentertown, Ky. . cleared there will be n good many height, vord came that tho foundation is laid for future m9 fluenza wns at Its :: what it has done for so mines drifting about. Two Jrlsh to tho Ited Cross Chapter at Anchor-ag- o, health. many thousands of other should bo given fishing boats off Cork recently sightPrompt attention Alaska, that an ontiro village of Offices over Morton's Drug FOR FLETCHER'S women who suffered it seldom laughs, ed what wns believed to be a cask o . . . ... Indians was down with tho flu. Hut I to tho child who more, unu uumu. mono 10. prevents of wino or rum. Both craft made a whoso physical condition should help you back to a tho village was fifty miles from : aprace for it but it turned out that the. :: health. roach It, tho partyVof seven playing ltko other children, whoso LICAGUK CONTRADICTS poor, and who tires easily. winner was the loser. The "cask" Ask some lady friend Rod Cross workers who wont to tho petite Is THE "FLYING PARSON" was a floating mine and wlien tlie It the lassltudo is duo to poor roscuo were obliged, after leaving who has taken Cardul. ease, a simfirst party disturbed it It exploded is often tho railroad, to cover theso fifty milos blood, which pleasant tho She wLU tell you how It remedy Is withThe Issue between Lieut. Maynard and sank the boat. by dpg team. When thoy arrived, ple, safo, and n League is "Joinn m helped her. Try Cardui. and tho Gudo's Of in easy reach. tho situation was very serious. chilPOLSOX KILLS IXMATES ed" as tho legal phrase goos. In hundred Indians, fifty wore sick Is Just tho tonic ftr pale, thin a FOR SALE! contains rosponso to a request Mayliard gave Gudo's Pepto-Mnngand- nineteen wore dead. Tho relief dren. All .Four inmates of tho Kalamazoo, ingredients that Increase tho League a statement In which tho party set to work, established a hos- tho ,very enabling it to "flying parson" was quoted as saying Michigan, Infirmary died from eaU pital, fod and cared for tho sufferers. and enrich tho blood, supply tho entlro body with tho soro- - that if all tho aviators Ir tho recent Ing Johnnycako mado with bug poison Only flvo more Jives' were lost I ly noeded vigor, strength, and vitality transcontinental air raco had been instead ot baking powder. One of thanks to the dogs.. that mnke happy, romping children as sobor as he was ho wouldn't have tho victims caused the fatal blunder Recently, Captain Howard ArmFor tho convenience of tho public won the race. Tho statement stirred Ho had taken tho poison to his room. strong, of Uutfalo, was in charge of protest in aviation In replacing It he had put it whero n Is prepared 'n tablet as up considerable supplies c trnlnload of Red Cross Uoth forms pos- circles. Maynard thon asserted that tho baking powder was usually kept. con- - well as liquid form. V Abound to rollevo tho serious his tho League ; JOHN WHITE & CO. ,aWaL Tyitlon of tho hospitals in Budapest. sess exactly the same medicinal moanIngv Hehad misconstrued meant "Kicking about 'a few millinery Bred Gilts and young Pigs. sold that he had properties. ZuL9UISVILLE.KY. mEEfaE&ILaaaamV1 "Ono night, while in tho yards at When xou ask ilio Irugglst for only that many accidents in aviation bills? Why, I could have married Pedigree furnisljed. Liberal attortmtat jjjHhSunpPlf'Jt3Hi rich, in Switzerland, Captain Armlook for do t uau. aro caused by the overuse pt Intoxi- Wombat, who is now a millionaire and full value strong was patrollngtho Rod CrossCIIDQ If It la cants and that ho had not Intended to Rut 1 didn't." 'That's ono big reaA RwlRS llOlICO dog WOS l)0r- - "Gudo's" on the iiarui,;o fnln LOYALL P. BENNETT, rw uilu n couso reflections on any ot his col- son ivhy he's a millionaire." Clevc-lanforming the same duty for tho gov- - not thero it Is no; Hide and race. The leagues In the recent Press. Route 7 Hartford, Ky. fitat VkJna A In the uarKness u was (Advortlsomont.) brnjnent. ENATORS DESERT Anti-Profiteeri- I 'imI jiVt''.!1 glasaine-paper-covere- ar-S- mk - ur -- Li IS es V "Wr n, Irl -- ! I I'M fI " ," de-ha- nt Helps ' 4 nl-u- ry 1 law-abidi- CASTORIA ForOver 30 fe& Pale Children Need Glide's PeptoMangan URDU s The Woman's Tonic Vcpto-Mmig.- m Dr. M.WL Dexter:; Globe-Democra- Children Cry rall-road.- CASTORIA Anti-Saloo- , t I I Pepto-Mnnga- Oh! I See! afffeflara an - - Druggists Popto-Mnngn- -- Popto-Manga- n, Popto-Maitua- d rte ufato-jtfaiByr- x.-r cmwlw iiiiu.L: )ii.wmiwwii ! i The Hartford Republican i Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY . Incorporated AV. S. TJNSLKY, Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according U law at tho Fostofflco, "Hartford, Ky., .as mall natter of tho second class. Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. to k" XOTICE TO SUBSCRU1ERS. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a new address must glvo the old address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c )er lino, and 6c per lino for additional-Insertion. u ' Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, pc per lino, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, Be per line. will Anonymous communications receive no' attention. TELEPIIOXES. Cumberland 123 Farmers Mutual FRIDAY 00 JANUARY 0 Have you tried wood alcohol for j that tired dry feeling? r 13 I? I PSK MAKES TWELVE RECOMMENDATIONS failed to Frakfort, Ky., Jan. 6 Twelve disdue to a of course tinct recommendations were mado In Governor Morrow's first message to Assembly, General the Kentucky ' William J. Drlan may not' be re- briefly as follows: Abolition of useless offices and garded as an ornament of pure gold by the Democratic party at the pres- boards and commissions. Repeal of the Board of Control ent time, butt he does bob up as, a law, and divorce of State Institutions sort of crown of thorns f6r the in the meetings staged from politics. School legislation, Including a Survey Commission. Now, Mr. Democrat, we may have Removal of tho judiciary from something to kick back with. Wo politics and election under "nonpartimay be able tosay somy awful things san plan. Ratification of Federal suffrage about that Senate of yours up at Frankfort. I Lope it "i.'nt" con- amendment. trary, but does every thtag Fd MorEnforcement of nation ,and Staterow says dj wide prohibition. Repeal or amendment of the comThere are more than a few Demo- pulsory primary law. crats who would like very much to ofDismissal of officers who surrender fer themselves upon the Altar of their prisoners to mobs. party, as candidate for President. Development of State's agricultural But the reason that they do not and natural resources, including stiknow whetyer they are now, or are mulation and protection of the oil . to be aspirants, is due to the fact kaim, bus ,.,..-...- .. iiiuuaiiica. that they do not know whether Wood-roCreation of a more efficient De him- partment of labor. "W" wishes to sacrifice self by trying the untried trial, tho Construction of a permanent syss third attempt tem of' State highways. Correction and revision of present It is a pleasant, experience and tax law and limitation of the arbitraquite helpful, to a happy editor of a ry power of tho State Tax Commis Country Weekly, when he is doing sion. his best to write an article for hi3 Under the head of 'useless offices paper1, to have the chief of the mehe Included: State Fire Marshal and chanical department wait upon him, Deputies; Dog License Inspectors; Imparting tho glad Information that Chauffeur and Auto License Inspeccertain part of the Linotype Ma- tors: State Forester and Deputy; In chine has broken' and nothing more surance Rating Board and entire aucan be done until the repairs are tomobile department, license collecplaced from Chicago. Pleasant; yes tion, to be placed In County Clerk's Indeed. hands. Reports show that more 000 schools in Bahama, open during the past year, shortage of teachers, which Is traceable to poor pay. About io times out of 20 we still write it that way. Force of habit you might say. cldontly or through some forco of circumstances ovorwhlch the actor seemingly has no momentary control commits crime. For those of tho first clans wo believe that the punish-shoul- d bo mado as odious to tho criminal as tho crime was to tho community, and If thero be any difference, it should bo a bit more so. What terror has tho four walled, pri son for tho hardened criminal, thq black hearted fellow who murders for a few paltry dollars, who for a pittance would betray his best friend and slash off tho hand that boro him succor, when that prison Is strewn witji flowery beds of ease? His task is made light, his clothing good and comfortable, his living nverago and bounteous; for amusement he Is given tho "movies," good vaudeville, as well as other shows and all of tho games. About the only real punishment comes from the fact that ho is not at large to follow his nefarious occupation and is forced to be In at tho weekly gatherings, presided over Barby the "old Prison Chaplin." ring tho feature of confinement, tho average prison has ceased to be, In tho minds of the real criminal, a placo at punishment, and as a conse quence the picture of a prison sen tence has but little deterring Influ-nnr- n Put a few with the criminal. thistles .and thofns In the beds of ho "ornnVoA flrnok and criminally Criminal." If we can't instill- the God within their hearts let's fear of make them shun prison sentences and prison life. than 1,- d" - k-- That every man In Ohio county, Is liable for a fine not exceeding $100 and three months Imprisonment in tho County jail, for failure to procure a license and tag for his dog, by the first day of January, 1920, and you have no excuse as the licenses and tags have been In the hands of tho County Clerk for at least three months, so If you have not already procured licenso and tag for ytfur dog, you had better get busy and get one. To get a license and tag by mail, glvo the following information and send postage: Your Post Office address. reader. Your Precinct., Breed, ot dog. ' That Cook County (ill.), Sheriff, ' Male or Female. who 'recently forced a lot of Chicago . Color. n f At best, man is a vain animal, and the Editor or Manager of a newspaper is no exception to the rule Wo like to hear good thiiif;s said about us or receive pleasant approbation by wrl'lng as seen ':i sonys if the little notes we reeelvn with remittances for renewals and subscriptions. of approval, These little tokens whether real or feigned, denoto a generous .and encouraging spirit In their author, and while this paper ha& never made it a practice to publish yet they tiiese little "Forget-me-nots- " aro much treasured, but rather held to be only for the eyes of those mrik-In- g the paper, as there Can be nothing of Interest attached for the average DON'T YOU KNOW" 3. OS Mrs. Martha Leo, 4 a SHERIFF'S SALE 10.00 M. C. McDowell, IS a ' Xo. 15 Mcllcnry. For State, County, School, Dojj and Mrs. Flora Bratcher, town lot 3.2S State Road Tav for 1010. 12.89 V. O. Campflold, 20 a Japies P. Carpentbr, 19 a... 17,16 Notlco Is hereby given that I, or Gcorgo Growbarger Adm. lot 6.78 ono of my deputies, will Ion Monday, D. D. Hamnions, S a. . . t . . . 40 February 2nd., 1?20 botween the Alex Helfner, 5 a 25 42 hours of 10 o'clock n. m., nnd 2 W. T. Hanes, townlot o'clock p. m., at tho Court Houso Robt. Harrell, town lot... 15 4), door in Hartford, Ohio county, Ken- John Johnston, town lot. . . . tucky, cxposo to public salo for cash Mrs. Mary Likens, IS a J 51 In hand, tho following described Byron Miller, town lot 1.29 property, or so much thereof as may J. C. Porter, town lot 5.01 bo necessary to pay State, county, L. F. Haley, 75 a i 14..23 school, dog and State road tax due Xo. Hi Ccntcrtown 6.87 thereon nnd unpaid, and the Interest, E. K. Bishop, 33 a penalty and costs thereon: 6.96 Walter Francis, town lot Xo. 1 East Hartford. a 1.34 Margaret Hill, 1 By whom Listed No. acres amt. ta Tom Heflln, town lot 7.42 $ 12.13 Mrs. E. J. Rencer, 30 a 8.99 James Hancock, 54 a 2.41 L. C. Smiley, 8 a Virginia Hines, 40 a 7 26 13.25 Fred O. Patton, 70 a Xo. 17 Stiialllioiis 3.SS Lee Fulkerson, 56 n E. G. Schroeter, town lot. .,. . 9.96 Xo. a West Hartford 6.48 Noah Leo Wlthrow, town lot 3.24 Mrs. Wm. Whlttaker, T. lot 2.12 Martin & Iler, 38 a Xo. IS East Fordsvlllo Xo a lletla 7.sl? Mary J. Pierce. 25 a.. 4.66 T. E. Funk, 30 a 3.69 Grant Rusher, 36 a . ; Xo. 4 Sulphur Springs 7.60 W. R. Plerco, town lot Henry M. Ashby, 50 a J. R. Moseley, Xo. 1(1 AVc.st Fordsvillo 5. 82 Mrs, Harrett D. Peach, 5 a.. '. . . . Jim Casey, 15 a 13.79 T. A. Evans, 70 a 12.11 James H. Wright 124 Tio. B Miignin 4.55 S. A. Hendrle, town lot.... 13.27 Marcaret Miller, town lot .. M.86 Leo Medcalf, 70 a 5.71 George S. Keown, town lot. . 33 Mrs. M. E. Sutton, 40 a 9.63 Ollle Wedding & Ora Allen, Leslie Renfrow, 50 a 9.S5 ., 90 acres Xo. 20 Actnavillo Cromwell Xo. 5.02 S. C. Clark, 1 a 2.12 Bonnie Daniel, town lot Mary E. Klnkade, 38 a 3.6S Xo. 7 CoolsprlnRS 5.92 Emor Evans, 44 a 9.29 Reat Evans, 53 10.99 John Akin, 76 a a S.62 Mary, C. Hoskins, 55 a 4.S2 Byron H. Smith, 62 & Xo. 8 North Itocknort 2.31 Samuel Tanner, 1 a 2S.76 Mrs. S. A. Ashby, 206 a Xo. 21 Slircvc 6.45 5.91 S. B. Bratcher, town lot....-Jame- s Mrs. Ruth Brown, 49 a Browning, town lot . . IS. 16 Mrs.JIellen Petty, 100 a 11.11 13. 5S C. V. Crabtree, town lot N'o. 22 Oluton S.02 AV. M. Coppage, 126 a Andy Devlno, town lot 5.00 6.94 Mrs. Laura Qulsenberry, lot 9.9 Jerry Dawson, town lot.... S.17 Geary Dovine. town lot.... . Xo. 23 Bufonl 11.53 AV. J. Boll, 40 a Clyde Hepiln, 50 a 12.69 4.11 Mrs. Mary Hoops, town lot.". Mrs. Julia A. Hoover 75x2S a 21.11 IS. 16 J. Hosicktown lot Xo.' 24 UJirtlctt Mrs. Maud Hosick, town lot. 15.44 Mrs. Nancy Black, 50 a 3.92 4.33 Mrs. Nannie Heck, town lot'. . 5.58 J. A. Clark, 15 a 5.93 W. H. Nebo, 3 a 4.48 Mrs." Mary Hohelmer,- - 50 a . Mrs. Vernon Williams, T. lot , 7.25 E. K. Smith, 64 15. S6 a 36.04 James Wilson, 137 a 23. SO J. L. AVesterfield, 100 5.49 Lewis .Yonts, town lot.... Xo. 2(1 Ccrnlvn Xo. I) South llockport 5.92 .9.19 Oscar Brown, 5 a H. B. Brown, 30(a 4.24 Sam Durham, town lot.... 8.S2 A. L. Fulkerson, 10 a 0.94 6.53 VIrgel Morris, 73 a Will Graves. MOO a Mrs. H. B. AVilliams, 102 a. . 10.55 24.87 W. P. Graves, town lot. . Xo. 27 Point ricnsant. 6.77 Mrs. Mablo Harrell, 7a... 4.24 6.29 John Cox, 5 a R. P. Her, town lot. Mrs. N'o. 28 Narrows 49.24 Mrs. Sallie Jackson, 165 a 3.96 E. D. Foreman, 65 a ,17. ,1 Marion Key, town lot. . . 5.6S 4.34 Q. P. AVIllis, 5 a .. , Oscar Taylor. 4 a 2.97 18.67 Mrs. Vastla AViUIs, town lot Zackery, 2 a John Xo! 20 Ralph 10 Select So. 29.65 5.92 C. I. Harden, 65 a W. B. Baize, 5 a 3.28 W. M. AV.ade, 50 a Fleener, 25 a. . Mrs. Florence No. :i() 1'rcritiss 10.97 , Ar. H. Haven 5S a 7.00 5.36 Reed Shipley, 33 a Taylor, 14 a G. D. N'o. SI Herbert 12.93 Virgil Frail, 50 a 3.S2 5.47 Miss Lucy Haynes, town lot. N. B. Wilson, 20 a Arnold N'o. S2 N"b. 11 Horse Branch. . o.ui 14.91 J. R. Baize, 35 a B. J. Arnold, 137 a 8.2S A L. Bratcher, 75 a G. M. Bailey, 80 a . . . , . . 15.41 3.43 25.01 Mrs. Laurlna Duvall, 7 a... a J. T. Young, 117 8.01 4.80 Newton Embrey,35 a...... Ivin Morris, town lot S.39 Bill Hill, 30 a 1Roslnc Xo. Xo. US Render 5.13 Drusle Griffin, 11 a 3.24 12.91 Mrs Parlle Stewart, town lot W. L. Leisure, 60 N'o. 3 1 Broadway 9.42 Stewart Heirs, 125 a 20.12 J. A. Daniel, town lot.... Rev. W. C. Taylor, 140 a S.S1 Joe Stewart (In 12) 60v . . . Truman Taylor, 40 a S.22 J. S. Smith, 2 a . Mildred Taylor, town lot. Additional 39.32 AVright, 135 L. T. 9.32 C. J. Baxter, (in 13) so a... 25.39 Henry AVright, 72 a 6.48 Mary Jane Brown, im ju; Albert AVright, 25 a 20.66 110 acres Dam, Xo. 18 East Reaver 5.92 Crowe, (in 32) 20n.. 9.06 J. H. F. O. Baker, town lot 4.80 6.61 J. H. Goodwine, (in 12) 26 a. Annn Robinson. 1 a 2.57 Lucy Haynes, (In 2U) Olrs. AVcst Reaver Dam Xo. 8.17 'Mrs. A. James, by Lydia Frank Davis, town lot GHHOt YOU WILL WANT A .... Coat Suit At the tempting and greatly reduced prices. Each suit is correct in every detail in cacordance with the most recent mandate of the country's best style authorities. ... .... ..?... la a.... We Have 25 Coat Suits At the following prices: $26.50 $28.50 $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $42.50 "(U .... a.... .... .... .... .... .... Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now $21.50 23.50 24.50 26.50 27.50 32.50 ., .... Don't fail to see these if you are in need of a Coat Suit. a.... .... Carson (L Co. Hartfprd, Kentucky. U FOR SALE! 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will, take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court House. Qne-habottom, the rest upland. 56 acres four miles from Hartford, onNgood road. 73 acres nearNewville. 5 room cottage, stable, barn and other buildings. Price $3,500. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres Avood, six room house, tAvo bams, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per li a...., a. acre. 1 Ja CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. FINANCIAL STATEMENT OF OHIO COUNTY OF EDUCATION FROM JANUARY 1. 1919 TO JANUARY 1. 1920. RECEIPTS BOARD I E.T II ' '8 J . W convicts and criminals to witness an official hanging as an object .lessqn, for psychological effect, has come In for a tolerably good round of criticism from a portion of tho press, while a number Of papers have took the position that good may result from tho enforced witnessing of tho law's execution. Evidently It did not do any harm, to tho man hanged, and if it resulted In making punishment should be made as odious to the highwayman and 'murderer, It ought to have a good effect. It it should show that the least bit of good Is done, if It Inspires within the minds ot those criminally Inclined, the habitual and vicious element, any respect for'iaw or dread of punishment through Us forco, then by all 'mean that character ought always be made to witness every execution. Criminals may bo placed intwo divisions, In two classes: thoso who willfully violate the law against theft, murder and the whole category ot other crimes, either for revenge, pleasure or Profltj and those who oc- red-hand- l.$ 5,846.67 Bal. on hands Jan. 1st., 1919 579.76 Feb. 4th., S. .A. Bratcher. 95.90 : Bratoher, delinquent June 5th, S. A., 138.89 , '":1 July 5th 6. A." Bratcher . , ' 1,958.66 Auc. 1st.. S. A. Bratcher 184.50 ....-..,- ' Aug. 2nd, AV. C. Blankenshlp, land'salea ; Markings. 2,178.63 ..... Sept. 3r.d., S. A. Bratcher Age ot dog. 1,273.30 -- . For a male dog send $1.02 fothe Oct. 6th, S. A. Bratcher 4,088.53 . 'TV y,. first male, and $2,00 for each subse- Nov. 4th, S. A. Bratcher 7,550.84 v- Dec. 6th., S. A. Bratcher .! 1 quent male dog1. 2,129.31 Schools . . . v';'. .r, '! .', v ? For a female dog send $2.02) for R. Jt. Tax for Graded 670.22 t ; .i.V. . .o Miscellaneous the first female and $4.00 for each i subsequent female dog. , .,.$26,695.20 Total No one wants you to pay a tine, DISBURSEMENTS but you must get your license and. tug . . A .i . l. .. . .: "M'ooMO at once, as you aro already liable for Incidentals .". Teacher's Fund . . .", ,'"""'"" penalty. the .. 2,520.98 'Repairs :.....v...,.. W. C. BLANKENSHIPj, County Building and '' B,,i vs.'A. ..v. 38t2 Seats and Apparatus Clerk. ' :lA. . '. ll'Vi High School Tuition S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff. :,. . .i... . i f County Board Expenses . . m ,. "J.OO Illiteracy HENRY CLAY A PROFESSOR 2,129. . Schools i IX TRAXBYLVAXIA COLLEGE R. R. T. Graded .53.54 Refunded Tax 752.00 ' purposes All other It may be news to many ! s.(. .. . . that Henry Clay, one.ot Bal. Jan. 1st 1920 our greutest statesmen, was at one ..$26,695.20 Total time a professor in Transylvania Col-leat-tauditing committee, find the abovotp,lie the correct AVe, the' and that ho was a curatir, ot tho Treasury ot the Ohio County Board of, Education. , leaving the college for tht- - Held . ., . i H,.L. CARTER, of politics, until his death In 18,52. .. ,0. AVDUFF, Clay's professorship covered the Mr.. v " Auditing Committee. Mih years frj'U 1S04 to 130.7, " 1 ..,... ..'...';..(....(...., '. -- v ,. ...... ....... ..'.' .. ..,,.;.v ' ....,, ,....,'... Z'' Ken-tuckla- ns ;...(!.''.' .f .'. v go .......:.....,,....- " er Smith, (in 15) town lot.. 4,73 Anna Foremnn, (In 1) lot 1.5T Mrs. Lee Long, (in 2) T. lotV 2.44 Scott Oroonls, (In 8) lot.... 3.85 Mrs. Jennie Moseley, (In 1) Ida B. Hawkins, (In 13) lot 4.36 town lot 4.85 Stephon Hines, (In 1) lot 4.52 Ernest Payne, (In 31), $2 a.' 16.95 Henry Jackson, (In 1), lot.i 4.34 Howard Mosloy, (In 15) lot Xoit.RcMdcnt 7.04 J. D. Allgood, (in 18), 60 a.. 5.92 4.36 AVlillam Parks, (In 1) lot 7.22 F. Burdet), (In 6), town lot 2.12 Hubert Reed, (In 8) lot.... '6.61 Ed. AV. Cooper, (In 15) lot 4.37 James Shultz, (in 30) 7 a... Mrs. Lydia Tolbert, (In 1) lot Mrs. Nannie Daniel, (In 13), 1.22 ' 67 acres 9.09 Lafe DeWeese, (in 21) 70 a. 9.53 DKMOCKATH RULE HK.VATK Alva Fogle, (In 15) town lot 6.62 HKI'UIHJOANS THEIOUSIJ Alonzo Grant, (In 21) a'. . . 2.97 D. AV. Quynn, (In 33), T. lot 5.49 Frankfort, Ky., Jan. stage Ed. II. Harrel, (In 8), 30 a., 6.35 was set hero today for tho sixty-day- s' C. B. Lyons, (In 22) town lot 2,69 session of the Kentucky LegisJ. R. Murray,' (In 14) 4.. .. 7.73 lature. Both branches of tho LegisC. AV, Parks, (In 12) (own lot 4.59 lature organized, tho Democrats conL. J. Perdue, (in 4) 12 a. .. 4.14 trolling in the Senate and the ReClyde Summer, (In 11) 56 a, 4.93 publicans In tho House Emma Thomas and Rachel Governor Morrow delivered his Mitchell; col., (In 23) 20 a 5.49 message In person to the Joint session, A'. AVoodward.Wcol. (In 14) mis oeing a precedent In Kentucky. town lot'' 1.28 Mike AVoodward, col., (In 14) Defying tho government Is a town lot 1.28 thing- to'do, but it Is alColored ways best to confine itr.to rhetoric-- . 2.12 And It Is better to do It in" English. Mrs. Lyda Berry, (In 13) lot LouteNBarrett, (In 1) town lot 4.24 Defying the United States govern; Mrs. Cynthia Cook, (in 13) ment in forefgn lauguagea in 3t8 acres 2,97 is not goinjr to be very pnpu Mrs. Dudley Chinn, town lot. 1.67 lar for a llttlo while. St. 'Louis 4.80 Globe Democrat. Paul Carter, (In 16) town lot l this-countr- I L I quick, If you ilon't'lt will all bo Bono. A. J. WILLIAMS. v la nnd got your share of meat Como STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) t." Special Prices Special Prices X 'fc. . R .V if ll C i IK 1 W w P. ' ' ' 11 fin I S "5w I$L$x&1frGh ,The Hartford Republican JANUARY 0 FRIDAY PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS F.orest, son of J. P. Casebler, tho sick list this week. Is on ; f David, son of D. II. .Barnes, Is on tho sick list this week. ' .', Clarenco ward, of Nocreek, left this morning for Akron, Ohio. ? f ' J. E. Mitchell, of Dundc', .was rtii IW.VU, in nn linalnnatt MfinrinV.. . fc.W...w.w, Wo pay cash overy day tor eggs and & poultry. fV W. E. ELLIS BRO. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was. In Hartford f r&ni Sunday until Tuesday. v Judge R. R. Wedding spent a cou- plo of days In Owensboro, last week. FOR .SALE i.nio.1. ,, ljA' $ ', f . Rno Nice, bright straw, or call El CRABTREE. I. . I was Mr. W, C. Smith, at this Office while in town, a visitor "Monday. Miss Gladys Bennett has aqcepted temporary employment as clerk in the Bank of Hartford. Rev. E. Watt Smith will preach at Mt. Hermon, Sunday, Jan. 11th, at 11 a. m., nnd at fr:30j. m. Mr. Wayne Dever and family, of Sulphur Springs, havo moved to town,' to make their future home. . Ind., Wednesday, on legal business, returning Thufsday. E. Crabtreo nd family have moresidence property, reod Into the cently vacated by V- - C Elgin. 'judge W. H. Barnes went to ' - Mr. Henry Leach was'callod to Rob Roy, Wednesday on acaunt of the Borlous lllnesa of Ala pjother. visited relatives Centertown, friends, Jn Hartford, this week. Everett Tichenpr and family, ot and ' Wa Chilled Plows and repairs, for both, W. E. ELLIS & DUO. 28t4 . .. . TOR Ollvf Chilled Plow's, Vulcan Mr. R. L. Dover has purchased tho huslnoss houm adjoining tho' Star If I had a bottle of liquor! I say Theater, occupied by C. A. Hudson, If I had a bottlo of liquor nnd wanted of Hcavrln and Barrass. to keep it, I'd put on that bottle n skull, some crossed bones nnd n label 3 I am paying more casl? every day "WOOD ALCOHOL." There are many sound reproducing devices air tne Eggs and In tho week for Poultry, 1 1 ii mi ij n? marKet. mere is du& one wmen is associated, wxux. Cream than any buyor I know of. Slnco they havo opened up a steamL. T. KILEV, the name of a great inventor. ship lino from tho U. S. A., to Cuba, Hnrtford, Ky. known and designated as tho "WET There are many sound reproducing devices abotrft LINE TO CUBA", I would not bo at the merit of which strong assertions are made. There. of Oreeri-vlll- all surprised, it John Henry quits Mrs. Will Urlzendine, ' For Friday and SatK nnd Mrs. Z. Harrel, of Rock-por- t, Journalism and takes to tho sea, if X is but one which has ever offered to prove the, truth will return to their homes to not as a sailor,, as a Southern Tour' : of its claims. urday we will have on day after spending two or threo days ist. And ho may pothaps change his Black and rcsldcnco and field of endeavor to with Mr. and Mrs. T. H. sale at stamp, oil a. ' The only instrument which bears x family. somo port In tho llttlo Republic to great inventor's name; the only instrument vmicJL ; the south of us. i j. r.it ri ..LJ..1..1 Remember it you wish to save one nas iuueii suujecieu iiu iL. seareiiiiig j.mai ui uuuiaz. " uie d fuel Not mnny of us could occupy tho third or moro of that comparison with the artist's living voice is and keep your rooms good nnd warm, role of a Nero, who, it Is said, fid; you riyay do so by putting In one of died whllb Itome burned, and while 'Heaters, sold there Is a real revival In town the thoso famous Air-tigACTON BROS. by most of us naturally stotf some of bur capering,, whether it be worldly "The Greatest of All" our remaining stock of Mrs. Nanette Weckenden, of Cin- frivolity of this, that or tho other, hero sev usually Indulged in. It may be that cinnati, Ohio, who had been eral weeks conducting classes In homo it Is a sort of ingrown desire come The makers of the New Edison assert that it RE-- X hygiene and care of tho sick, in con- to tho front, to do better, or it may CREATES the artist'srvoice on instrument with suds. nection with the Red Cross, return bo n sort of reverent respect for Monday. those wo most certainly know tobe complete fidelity that no human ear can. distinguish. ed to her home the best in the community that proThen they prothe artist from the Mrs. E. Watt Smith, who under- mote us to lay off the light stuff for X ceed to prove it by subjecting the instrument to went nn operation for tonsllltls, while a season. mother, in Opellka, on a visit to her acid test of direct comparison with the living' artisL. . "ye hereby take back and "retract Aln., some time ago, ty improving More, than 1500 of these tone tests have been can-.- $. will be able to return to all that wo havo heretofore said or If you are interested it nicely and here at an early date. hospimay havo thought against the ducted. Invariably the Result proved the truth. q her homo tality or neighborly cleverness of will pay you to see us. this claim. Why has no other device ben.subjecfe He crime into the Mr. L. P. Loney, a former citizen Mont Johnson. Buy now at reduced . to this test? . of this County and at one time Coun- offlco lato Wednesday, when it "was prices, as tiiere are-nty Superintendent of schools, who raining steadily, and straight down, for more than a qilarter of a century when no lady anil but few gentlemen prospects for lower has been in the revenue service, locat would dare venture out, and told me. prices next fall, but eved In Owensboro, ha3 been transfer that he had Just killed hogs, had a ery indication points tored to Louisville, by the department. lot of back bones, spare ribs, sausage that he thought was and ward advancement. JAJvE WILSON, Manager Mr. L. G.Bnrrett, Editor of the going to spile, and deliberately and Herald, will. return today from Stan-lo- lraistently invited mo and my wife FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. where he went Wednfcbday to vis- to como spend the night with him it, and to accompany Mrs. Barrett and his folks. Yes sir! I say Mont homo, sin having ben visiting her is a clever fellow and from this on parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Culley, I'm fer'm. of that place; for several days. Qunt mg A CORRECTION Squire Brown says we.did'hlm an Injustice VOMAXS LITERARY CLUB REORGANIZES n nnr last issue. In printing that re- Beaver Dam, Ky., December, 19IS !port-dtho marriage ceremony he f Friends and Customers : us by the Sim Tho Woman's Literary Club held performed, ns la's first meetlnc of the year, with mons Weigh Boss. The Squire ai Beginning January 1, 1920, we are going to inMrs. J. H. B. Carson, Saturday at- - leges that the book ho was charged augurate a new system. This is made necessary ternoon and reorganized by the eiec with carrying under his arm was ensuing year, not a copy of. the Kentucky Statutes adjusting the estate of J. D. Williams. In inauguHon of officers for the catalogue, SndJ k as follows: Miss Florence Logan, but a rating this system we have taken into consideration tho book ho read from, said to have President.'Mrs. J. H.B. Carson was your interests aswell as ours. . The system is as. been Pope's essays on man MIgs Lettye Marks SecretaCorrespond-lnecretar- y. Peck's Bad Boy. Tho Squire is a Mr. Haskel Bennett, ono of our ry and Mrs. J. R, Plrtle, lows : Oti and after January 1st we are going-t- o gixw right smart peeved and somewhat , Hich School pupils will leave for a 5 per cent discount on all cash purchases, excepfi ' m , chagrined on- - account of the alleged Akron, Ohio Saturday afternoon. misrepresentation, and wo hereby, feed and seeds. Amounts of $1600 and under musS, t XEW BUSINESS FIRM. scaro hereon and underneath disavow any Happenings for .print aro so be paid for in cash at the time of purchase, amounts; j (' Dever, of Sulphur connection "with any sort of scheme this woflk wo would almost hug man Mr, Wayne of 'over $10.00, which our customers desire us to carxjr j , Springs, has bought" into the firm of to give our good friend Brown any or woman for a good, item or two. We would can be arranged as heretofore by giving us negotfa&ik ' R. L. Dover & Co., a grocery business publicity not deserved. County Attorney A. D. Kirknnd conducted oh Market Street, opposite furjther state that in case we have a notes of suitable amounts and time, bearing 6" pear Mrs. Kirk returned Monday from Dr. L. B. Bean's placo; The firm lawsuit over the'mattor wo are agoin cent from date but if paid within sixty days front I l Dever. ter swear Squire Brown often the their honeymoon, spent in tho South. will henceforth be known as ' Bros., and will remain at 'tho old stool and not let him try tho case. date no interest will be charged. By inaugurating; ' Miss Bessie Gillespie, of Louisville, stand for tho present. this system we can give our capital a quicker tuns- - :f ' Jn order to ease the mind of our spent tho week end hero with her friend "L, D. Clair," Doc Moore, Ed NOTICE TO TEACHERS over and .can therefore sell .on a smaller margin- - csd: t parents, Mr. and Mrs. R,. II. Gillespie Barrass and myself have held a meetprofit, and this we propose to do, giving our customI am prepared to payhet teachers ing and decided that never moro will Mr. and Mrs. R. A. -- Rowan and ers the benefit of this saving. We carry a full lm& j ' daughter, Rosamond, of Hefliri, spont In full on the presentation of tho tho quartette be found nngllng at, 'and tho or near where Grassy flow's Into the with Mr. nnd Mrst J. coursea-o- f study, record book of Implements, Wagons, Buggies, Stoves, poroer tho week-en- d annual report. The State Superin- Rough river, but Instead, have, as C. Bcnnejt. Washing Machines, home Lighting Plants, Gas E!rz- - f tendent has instructed me to havo with one voice, one vote, as 'twere, to this office, decided to take our annual in the gines, Feed Grinders, Cream Separators, Hardware. i, All members of Hartford Camp, them returned . E. S. HOWARD, S. SnT C. mountains. Inhaling tho fragrance urged to bo . No. 202; W. O. W., aro Saddles, single and double Harness, Collars, . of tender wild flowers as they shoot present attho regular meeting, toRoofing; Feed, Stock Powders, Oils and Implement i 'neath the FISCAL COURT IX their lovely buds from morrow night. . SESSION THIS WEEK jagged boulders upon the mountain's Repairs. In fact, our line will enable the farntessv j ; ' , side, .where wo may obtain first touch PortsMiss Mary Bean returned to j to do all their shopping at our store, and we of bewitching Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court, with and gather arms-fu- ll mouth, Ohio, Sunday, after spending of the highC. Rhoads, B. blue-bell- s, to assure you that when you buy here you are gettng: s Ed Shown! B. and llllies a we'ek hero with her parents, Mr. Justices F. Rico, W. S. Dean, Gep'. W. Rowe, lands, where The whole panorama, profits. "We request yairtofr j honest goo'ds Mrs. T. II. Bean. ' and Sam L.'Stevens, W. C. Daugherty and including those within, Is and are, come in and look over our Iin.e and judge for yourself j . . Q. B. Brown,4nd County Judge Mack made fascinating and fascinated, InMr. and Mrs. John Fulkerson, ot so' to Cook present, met Tuesday tho 6th., toxicating and intoxicated, as to price and quality, and we will take Centertown visited thofamlly ft t, tho melBlankenship doing the clerical speak, by the Louis jFulkorson, of Hartford, from W. 0 showing you through, whether you buy or not. Please dew. work lowest and purest, mountain Monday until Wednesday., bear in mind the above terms and arrange to. take we are eolng, we've Tlin rnn rt nassed unon quite a Timt'n wlir-among other Deen tdlked about long enough, In advantage of this 5 per centvdiscount, which on.ac and to number ot claims Miss Mattle Duko returned transacted, elected Dr. . B. fact too long. H,ence we aro to cut year's purchase will make a good saving. Just Shol'byville, Sunday, after spending business Pendleton County Physician for the the iowiands and hie it to" new scenes, your purchases for 1919 and deduct 5 per cent the holidays here with her parents, present year. Employed Mr. M. L..jjir. DeClnlr, where true sportsman-McCracke- n you will no doubt be surprised to' find what wilt Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duko. County Farm Agent for Bhlp moy i,0 held at It's highest worth amount to. Then don't fail to take advantage c presont year and withdrew or gossipors ceaso to gossip where tho Miss Norlne Barneft, after spend- sclndeU tho former orders appropriat-'an- j this saving for 1920. busybod.ies and corn are forever holidays here With her par- ing $40,000 for tho Federal Aid High- stilled.ing the (To be continued.) We thank yo.u sincerely for your patronage and? ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Barnett, re- way from Bowling Green to Owens-bpr- o assure you that our every endeavor will be to ineriL Campbellsvlllo, Sunday. turned to ESTRAYED and $25,000 for the Tedoral or your confidence. i State Aid. road known as the Louis One red Steer Calf, about one year for Common School ville to' Paducah Highway, The former Examinations With sincere good wishes for health, and prosDlDlomaa will be held at Fordsville, was scheduled to pass through the, old. Liberal reward. perity during the New Year, we are F. D. TICHENOR, Beavej Dan'i and ilartford, on tho last qpunty via Hartford and the latter to Horton, Ky. Very truly yours,. Friday and Saturday in this montn. pass through tho Northern and 27t2p vnoiorn nml of the county, through ' .- j J. D. WILLIAMS &, SONS). . Ut 8 raeant for work and not Mrs. J. OsIler and sons, Masters J. Fordsville. Tho Court also appointed J. L. 'ease: to labor In danger and in dread, to their, Beaver Damj Kyi Cleve and Norman, returned after Brown, ot Rockport; J. H. Wood, of to do a little good ere the night comes home In Louisville, Sunday, can work. Charles spending some ton days, hero with rel- Ceyalvo and County Clerk W. C. when no ,man Blankenship to audit the books and Kingsley. atives. accounts of Ohio County arid report TWO AMERICANS No details were given, but it was said bandits near Port Lobos, Mexfce?,cecr and Mrs., Fred Cooper, of Ak- aa to its financial condition as ot De- MEXICANS SLAY Mr. that tho American Consul at Tainpl from Texas. They were sla&aHtatv . ron, Ohio, will return o their homo cembor 31., 1019 Washington, Jan. 0 Earl Boyle co. was in possession of all the racis. day, according to lnformotitm-Tho Court adjourned yesterday to' tomorrow, after spending two weeks employ He has not yet reported to the 8tate ceived here today, visiting;7 relatives in Cromwell and meet Feb., 16th, for the purpose of .and F. J,. Roney, Americans, F, J. Roney was a Houston- - otTi making, settlement with the Sheriff ed by the international ..petruiuum .Department. Beaver Dam. territory in which tho murder and Earl Bowles formerly wu py The : . v for tho County revonue etc., for the Company, have been murdered the the Gulf Refining' Company. at;BoM Mexicans within ono mil?, of Palo occurred was said to be under past year. ot R. Perry Kirk was The W"l mont. The first reperf reeeIye&Nii i a t according to control ot Carranra forces. Blanco, neanPort Lobos, in County Pourt Monday, A. correspondent at Tuarpftvv president private udvlcesrecelved here today ' Houston Texas, Jan.6 Two Ameri- from a New York BurtTheM an(l Oscar Lee, sons of the can employes of the International confirmed in a report to the Tim as executor's ofthe 'Will, may pocket the treaty, but Europo from Tainplco.' by company One Mexican also was murdered. Petrtleum Company murdered will not pocket tha UuJted.Statea. therein. ' as provided o, Two Points to Remember About the New Edison in T t t j tle t high-price- Reduced ht THE NEW EDISON I Ladies' I. - Coat Suits, Cloaks and -- N. - Millinery. the & 'X Fordsville Planing Mill Coi th y, gin fit Scars-Roebuc- Vice-Preside- nt, fel -- ' 1 - ' - N'aS. T wast at-hone- st pleasured ever-presen- it take and re-la- - -- rr pro-bat- - deceas-edyiuallft- ed ' j U.,, r .y r .1 794MMMKPa -' f, hold tho hen wllh tlio hrenst bono III wtu ii. um in iho iiiinii, Willi i(io flesh part of tho legs hold flnnly on cither side, of tho forefinger. Tho feeling of tho lircaat bono' In tho palin of the hand will Indicate tho qualify . 111. mo 1.1 oi .1. Bum, wiiiid, wiin IL. oiucr Jinn. i ino ..I tho e.tainlnor can nicnsuro tha betwoon tlio politic bono and from tho pelvic bono to tho rear end of tho breast bono. As ho holds tho ho also can bird tho examine plumage, comb, shanks, beak, car lobes, and thus accumulate nccurato information for his diagnosis of production ability. It is essential that he consider all points in respect of their importnnco nnd not place too much dependence, on one or more prominent characteristics 1 dls-tan- co DIRECTORY .Iiwlirit a- - ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Alniitcr Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury l'uiid Cal P. Koown, GIKCU1T COUItT. II. W. finre. nwnnahnro. C. E. Smith. Ilart- Attoinov ' Itl'AVKK DA;. Ch'm'n. Uonrd Wi T. McKcnnoy, Clerk It. W. King., Police Judge J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovcns. iohdsvii-i.i;- . Hartford. 1st Monday in March 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday In Mny 12 dnyg Civil. ist Monday In July 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. , 3d Monday In Septoiuber 12 days Civil. 4th Mondny In November 12 days Com'th. nnd Civil. I 1 mm BJBJ '!5 V Albert treared to a iovhandout standard that just lavishes smokehappiness on every man game enough to make a bee line for a tidy red tin and a jimmy pipe old or new I 1 tgHistUiiWttlUIUltlW rd Get it straight that what you've hankered for in (jliWiS-a5Ii- r pipe or cigarette makin's smokes you'll find aplenty - .... iXv VESSCxnSV a w'i in P. A. That's because P. A. has the quality! '.rts-- ve. . kTK4u.ll You can't any more make Prince Albert bite your mmamiimd8aBr& tongue or parch your throat than you can make a horse drink when he's off the water Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented process I i You just lay back like a regular fellow and puff to beat the cards and wonder why in samhill you didn't nail a section in the P. A. smokepasture longer than you care ' to remember back J 9 'H 23 leSMliSSS i or BiBiPM,Hii"ip,r smokes, AL,rL adorn ii Hill ll "'llh, lli tKHw ' I jo 1 B 1 1 Itcmovc Tuhcrtiilotm Animals. I COUNT! COUUT. When tuberculosis already exists in a drovo of hogs all the affected Moots first Monday In each month. animals, whether, hogsor cnttle,' Judge Mack Cook. should be removed from the premises County Att'y. A. D. Kir. says the United States Department of Clerk W. C. Dlankenshlp. Agriculture. Tho hogs should bo ShcrlfT S. A. Drntcher. sent to market for slaughter at an Superintendent E. S. Hownrd. inspection. nbattolr under Federal Jnllcr Worth TIchonor." The tuberculin test should bo applied Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. to all cattle on the plac,o, and thoso Survejor C. S. Moxley. reacting should be properly disposed Coroner E. P. Itodgors. of. The pens and "stabfes should be FISCAL COUKT. thprou'ghly cleaned, and disinfected - Meets first Tuesday In April and restocking. beforo October. Good Com s' Most rfcononitrnl. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. 4 The. first reason for having good milk cows on tho farm comes from 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam. tho fact that they provide tho cheapest, best, and most wholesome food 8nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. j for tho family. Their value is hard Itli District O. W. Rowo. Center- town. to estimate when we consider the amount saved on the bills. Their 5th District W. C. DauEherty.Balze- produce Is a superior 'substitute for town. many foods necessarily purchased at Oth Dl.strlct W. S. Dean, Dundee. high prices. In fact, thero is un 7th District B. F. Rico, Fordsvlllo. economic way of doing without plenty 8th District B, C. Rhoades, Hartford, Route 6. of good milk cows en the farm. Tho average weight psr measured bushel of the oat crop of 191 ! is 31 J pounds, or nearly 1 pound below tho standard of 32 pounds N'o year since 190S has had a lower weU'ht. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonei. j Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County ItoJitil of IMuctitton. ' E. S. Howard, S. S. O. 6. Div. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvllle. Dlv. No. Ky. ' Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslno. Ky. Dlv. No. S Otis II. Stevens, Bear- " er Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. C Nat Llndley, Center-tow- 20. n, Ky. r Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday In February; let Mondny In April; 1st Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday In Octobor; 1st Mondny In December. County Donrd of Examlnors 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sander-fur- , W. S. Hill. Jnn. 24 nnd 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. Mny, 9 atid 10 Common schoo) Doaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. May 10 and 17 County toachors' (Whlto) Hartford. oxaminntiont May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination, (colored) Hartford. June,"20 nnd 21 County nnd State teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvlllo. . June, 27 and 23 County and stato tonchcrs' examination (colored! Hnrtford. July, Ohio County Institute. Hnrtford. Sept., 19 nnd 20 County and Stato teachers' examination, (white) 7-- 11 t Buy Prince Albert everywhere tobacco is told. Toppy red bags, tidy red tins, handsome pound and half pound tin humidors and that clever, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. Copyright till by H, J, Reynolds Tobacco Co, R. J. Reynolds- Tobacco Co., - Winston-Salem- , HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. N. C. K r- - , S10O Reward, $100 The readers of this paper will be the opening, or spout, of the candle. pleased to learn that there Is at least . 3. Gives the egg a quick turn to tho one dreaded (disease that science has able to cure In all right or left, watching tjrtl movement been Is catarrh. Catarrh Its stages and belnB greatly that Influenced by constitutional conditions of the yolk. constitutional treatment. (Legumes Save Grain In Dairj men's was producing 500 pounds of milk a If the egg is perfectly fresh It may requires Medicine Is taken InternallyHall's and Catarrh day, thos saving would amount to S5 bo difficult to find tho yolk at first acts thru tlio Blood on the Mucous Surreeding Tests. faced of the Sjstem thereby deitroyini; Legumes save grain. A two years' cents dally, and $25.50 a month, or glance, but as the egg Is turned a tho foundation of tho disease, glflng the t,'. S. patient strength by building un the con$155.12 during tho winter. glimpse of It will be obtained. stitution and nsls'ln(T nature In doing Its study undertaken in northwestern InDepartment of Agriculture. work. The proprietor have so much faith In the ""iiratlvs powers of Hall's diana by the United States Dairy Divilfcic's A Pumpkin PJe That Xecds Xo Catarrh Medicine thnt thev offer One for any sion and Purdue University has shown Sugitis. ft When fouls do net havb access to Hundred Dollarsfor Hit of ae that It foils to cure. Snd testimonial:. Who grow alfalfa, Pumpkins arid squash are in sea natural green feed, sprouted oats, J. CHENEY" & Addss P.by nil Druggist. CO.. Toledo. that dairymen Tgo. Ohio. Sold clover, cowpeas, and other legumes son. This pumpkin plo is up to date cabbage, mangels, cut clover, etc , ' Ji ' as a substitute for a portion of the j at this time of sugar scarcity because should bo fed. The Incorporation of cooperative y ilt uses no sugar. grain Jn the cows' ration, do not have asscolatlons In tho District of Co'' Pumpkin Pie. , Tcmis Against Scrub Sire. to dig down so deep In their pockets lumbia, with the object of enabling 2 cups squash or pumpkin (stewed Texas has joined the "Better sires tho government employes to combat .when the feed 1)111 comes In. Better Stock" campaign of tho the high cobt of living is provided Jsbt only was there a greater profit and strained. in United States Department of Agri- a bill Introduced in made, when legumes were fed 'with '& cup molasses. the Senate by culture, aud some Texans aro already Senator Arthur Capper, of Knrsas the grain, but the fact that tho le- - 1 teaspoon cinnamon, whetting tlielr pencils In preparation The associations aro empowered gum.es which were raised on the farm lteaspoon ginger. to Ys teaspoon salt. for writing the obituaries of the "carry on any lawful mechanical, Were charged at market prices ga.'o "" ' ' """. countless mongrel males which are manufacturlngortradlng business, is tho framor an additional profit for 2 CKKS. destined to walk the gang plank. The will as conduct any farming, hortiraiblng them. In other words, tin 2 cups rich milk. '"Mix the pumpkin, mola'sses, cinna Texas plan of scrub eradication IS to cultural, fishing or otherwise farmer raised the crops and sold them Beat thd standardize the work around tho to himself at market prices, therel y mon, ginger and salt. enterprise." eggs slightly and add them and tho county agent, allowing each county making a profit on the crop. Bake the mix- agent to disseminate information and During the first winter, on tho 1C milk to tho mixture. HEN TONIC formulate plans for the abolition, of EGG-A-DA- Y iarms under observation, It was found ture In one crust until It is firm. tho scrubs largely as ho sees fit In feed cost of producing 100 that the pounds of milk was 11 cents higher In Keep Dry Mush Before Fowls At AH accord with tho conditions operative Have you gotten your Times. The Texas actiin his community. tho herds which wero fed legumes, Hen In addition to grain and green vities against misfit breeding animals package of Egg-A-D- ay but the owners of these herds paid cents for grain per 100 pounds of feeds, dry mash should bo kbpt beforo areytyplcal of those which are extend- Tonic at the store nearest SI whereas their neighbors who growing chicks at,all times after they ing throughout tho South. mll your home? led practically no' legumes expended are 3 "or 4 weeks old. if Is best to hopper Insido tho buildBe sure your hens have a CS cents. Tho legumo feeders ob- feed It in a Waste of stalo bread may bo avoidtained tho profit from selling, G9 ing or where It will not bo exposed ed by toasting it, by freshening it warm nest of straw, good roughage to rain or wet. If a large number slightly moistening tho loaf and placcents worth of home-grow- n food mix.ed (with Egg-A-D- ay cows for overy 100 pounds of chicks aro rafsed, tho mash may ing for a fow minutes in a hot oven to their hopper. Tle or by drying it nnd using the crumbs Hen Tonic and clean water. of milk pioduced, whllo tho nonle-gum- o bo fed in an outdoor feeders .sold only 51 cents following mlxturo makes a good dry In place of flour or starch in recipes. Give your hens a charice and Two pounds cornmcal, 2 lbs. mash: worth. middlings, 1 pound oatmeal, 2 pounds at seventy-fiv- e inDuring tho second winter tho Ono of the most important duties with eggs creased cost of grain mado it more wheat bran, 1 pound beef scrap, and of tho housewife and tho chief object cents a dozen they will pay pound of charcoal. When of her caro is tho propor handling Vf profitable to feed legumes. Tho , herds which wore fed legumes pro- n larger quantity is desired it should tho food supplies for tho protection big dividends. per cow bo mixed In tho same proportion. duced C30 pounds more milk For Sale, by of tho health and tho furtherance of Also grit and oyster shell should tho efficiency of her family. and tho feed cost of producing 100 C. E. Crowder, Horton. pounds of milk was 11 cenu lower bo provided, so that tho chicks may A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords-vlllthan for the .crds which wcic fe-- l no help themselves whenever they wish. Km mm ks of Worker and Slacker . legumes Tho legumo foertors nlso Hens. C. 0. King, Dundco.-Achickons must bo confined on O. Leach, Roslne, Ky. paid out 10 cents less for grain per If Tho worker hen tin fowl that inn pomdi of milk than 'heir nclgh-bor- s, nccounl of bad weathor, provide a produces persistently and economical-- 1 Laws & Harrison, Narrows, It. 1. A. W. Mldklff, Narrows, It. No. 2. tho cost of roughaso being CT good straw Utter in which their grain IJ" UDUUiiy luutuo iiuit luhvu cents in each case. In 8 of tho 13 eed may bo scattered. This will glv plumage; is a late moltor; has; a red, X. O. Morton & Son, Centertown. legume-fe- d Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. herds, the feed cost of thorn oxerclso and keep them Inter- largo, sleek, plump comb and white, F. Renfrow & Co., Narrows'. 100 pounds of milk &'ni;inted to ested and hoalthy.When chickens thr.t thin, flat shanks. Tho beak and ear Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. 51.27, as compared with 1 3C tor have boen accustomed to free range lobes aro white, whllo the polvlc A. W. Willis, Hartford., KMinfed herds. The dairymen vha aro closely confined, this frequently bones aro thin, pliable, and 'wide did iv 1 feed legumes fn" mt o7 cents checks their development for the time apart, and tho skin Is thin, louse, nnd for grain por.100 pounds if milk, being unless they aro mado contented shows no lndioatlon of hard fat The compared with 54 cents for tro le- In their new quarters. spaco between the polvlc bono and herds. gume-fed the ond of tho breast bono la wide aw wy A similar study on dairy farms In Tho breast bono M soft, pliable, and Drug Stores Sell It. How To Candle TgKS. , ' Five million people showed practically the same Is necessary to rotate an ogg be- nromlnont. Vermont It Tho dn try men who raised fore tho candle It ono Is to obtain an Tesults. Shirker hens are characterized by use it to KILL COLDS an abundance of alfalfa and similar accurate knowledge of its condition. noa't, clean plumage; early molting; HILL'S cropB paid out 6 cents loss for grain, By tilting it at various angles, tho a pale, small shriveled comb, yellow, -roughago cost onjy 2 tents location and size of tho air spaco can round and full shanks; yellow beak; whllo more. In tho second winter tho food bo seen, and very often tho position creamy oar lobes; heavy, rigid, and CASCARAfcfQUININI Tho pelvic bones. cost of producing 100 pounds of milk of tho yolk. But the quality of tho was 13 cents lower with tho holds egg Is very largely determlno.1 by tin spread between tho pelvic bono nnd fillOMH .receiving legumes. easo with which tho yol't moves and tho end of the breast bono Is narrow, SUndird cold temedy for 20 yer Tho legumo feeders also scored an- the direction of its motion. The while tho smnll bones on olther side la udici lorm !, turc, no of tho breast bono aro hard and well vjJiaitruicaiB up a cum3 lit i other hit in the saving of grain. They o'porator, therefore relieves Erin in hour !ari. 1. Grasps tho pointed end of tho covered with flesli. Tho skin is thick paid only 84 centB for grain for each Money back If It IkIIi. Tbe Kfnuino box ris a ki aud underlayed with fat. 100 pounds of milk, as compared witti egg with tho tips of tho fingers top vr 1 ii Air. liiu o gvmx i 2. Holding tr blunt end upperIn making physical examination of wvi mil's ?101 for dairymen who fed no "Bk. picture. At AH Cruj Stertz Assuming that 'a dairyman most, places the egu crosoly ogalnst tho fowls for production efficiency, Hartford. FtARM DEPARTMENT. -- Sept. 2C and 27 County and State enchers' examination (colored) Hartford. ' Every Woman Wnnis j Mothers use f HJ$ v AW? Yr.iFNr. Cisso'ved In wnter for douchei ilop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydio E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten yrarft. A healing wonder for naoal catarrh, soro throat nnd oro eye Economical. Hi Vrwu For: r"KsoMAL leys JRl Si I ' SajieFr!. i!nTuji.U)r duniing and iienrjcidal rowrr. 50c. ll dnigeub. or tw.r-- xl l The PiitunToiVl CtrapaiiT. Porton. Mi. J for 'the (MdrenZ-A Safe, Vermii :u$e Remedy for Worms SermtrflTe r yxxxsxsxivtnxtt!7iaius.UiU " 'in JfAJi pto-ductl- .fB rTKH &-- Wir$aiaH ... .v, Ti tific!?f C3il5l"S; Succeed when overvthhi!? else foil. In nervous prostration and ft male I veaknesse they are the iuimihe L remedy, ai thousands have testified. X yVl'Q tsaxiigpa. M M S Krpa bittta always nn hand. It will hrlp koi--p Uiu little one happy and healthy. 23c a bottle at your drns-Ttat'- a or genr ral store t or II your dealer can t aupply you end hit name and 23c. In tamm and we'll tend yen a bottle promptly. HtKVS you. oua uo Vla mr,' rnntlnn. ths Ix- -t trttlinonlal KlUIlFUah can offer (f V E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. A run j J It is the best medicine ever told over a dtuggis's counter. 5TOMACH TROUBLE rviuriYun ,1.1 vuirt AHU E WILL YOUv TAKE OUR "Gee-Yhiz! SIowitHurls-- - GERMINAL REMEDY A .The Pain in My Foot!" BnaVlliafffe9BV Trealmenl V"i if 4- -. U Co one-four- th 'Sometimes it h in my arm. Merciful Heaven, how my back hurts in the morn- ' tag I" It's all duo to nn overabundance of gSHfeWV for WEAR LUNGS or CONSUMPTION o. Ipt vi jut I B?ff fcflloe, A quick relict for that llrcJ, couchi, palpi la elicit, nlcht awcali. hemor K II doc ilMgei, weak lunei or consumption. not help you It costs you Dotblnj. acid. Tho kida; neys aro not Lock box 016 OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUS o able to get rid Such of it. conditions you FOR ONE MONTH thnt poison callod uric can readily overcome, nnd proVng lifo by taking tho USE LI V-VE- R-L AX ad-vi- co of Dr. Picrco, which is "keep tho kidneys in good order." "Avoid too much meat, alcohol or tea. Drink plenty of puro water, preferably hot water, beforo meals, and drive tho urio acid out of tho system by taking Anuric." This can .bo obtained at almost any drug store. Send a bottlo of water to tho chemist at Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and you will receive rco medical advice as to whether tho kidneys are nffectett When your kidneys get slug-gish and .clog, you suffer from backache, dizzy spells, or twinges and pains of lumbago, rheumatism or gout: or sleep Is disturbed two or three times a night, take heed, beforo too late, for it will Get Anurio put new life into your kidneVs and your entire system. Ask your nearest drug- gut for it Or send Dr. l'i.rco tea cents for tria) package. For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. Feel right nit tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomw. when pleasant keeps yoi on your feet, whilorelievingyour trou, lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Don! tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bjs tem and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, Bura in its effect nnd certain in results. beforo wiC completely displaco calomel jn ever liome. Children can tnko It fmnlw nl ax 48,000 closo-togoth- er 1 -- . log-jjme- s. k. 1 penulno without tho likeness an'd Bicor, iuro of L, K. Grlgsby, For salo by r (, H, WILLIAMS, . IIftrJXp K &&$ ?" ' 4V' MANY CHANGES MAY I)C OCCM DC ULlN IM 111 I 'land to nftinflM LUnUUll 4 Now Vork in throo nnd one- - TIIK HIMiNCK OI-- TIIK I'ULWT. Tho piano Jmh n spread Ok I . ... usoua 10 ?! !. vcr YU Icct ls 4B roct -lonB nndwo Know wen mo mm. ,ts hciM ls tccU Four 'planes JnmeslM. Hrown, of Toledo, Ohio. It whoso capacity will ho 3,000 pounds was when ho wan president of tlu halt hours. A ....u HI . ( .. uPP or fines 4t Is but n comparatively ahdrt llmo lions they will havo throo' engines, slnco this Association sent nn official will bo over 100 feet In d "Skimp" n and will havo a speed of iy) miles communication to tho heads of i hour. Tho crow will nunibor 4 cleslastlcal bodies In this country, nnd tho total weight of tho piano calling' their nttcntlgn to tho terrlblo London, Jan. 3, London will soon loaded will bo 10 tons. cruelty almost universally Inflicted bo 8oniQwh.it unfamiliar to those who upon tho lower ordors of life, nnd tho haTo hcon absent for say, moro than demoralizing consequent Influence LI VIA ROUTK 2. twenty years. Not only Its streets' upon men, nnd asking if tho same have changed Bono nro tho hansom Mrs. Martha Northcn nnd daughter alight not bo mndo tho subject of an cabs nnd "growlors", gono Is the by thorn to tho minis HIIss Leona, havo returned homo af- - earnest appeal knlfc-boar- d bus, with Its InP fifintlfllnr. tUn IwilMnva .vltl. ..nltij. try under thorn, to at least onco a whlto hatted driver, and year preach a Bormon In bohnlf of y,ow I la. n AnniliaAlnii l.a. tvcs nt Ea8t ... y .u ..... u. l4AttfBal l.AHnlH K theso dumb croatures. ,.K n ThogQ on tho ack.1Igt now aro. Mfs u niiuri Only a small fraction of these renirup, wimu iiu bioou Gcorglo Hoover, Mrs. Katlo Rhegans on a smalt round shelf nnd pushed ceived any reply nnd Miss Elizabeth French. his hand through tho window frnmo Hcforo tho judicial intelligence of Mr. Jninos Hnrtlett, Jr., and famiof tho door on a wet day and aske.l ly hnvo moved Into tho new house, tho universe, whero men must mnke body, If "any Bent obllgo n lady" by giving recently built on Mr. Myrt Kirk's account for deeds dono In tho up his scat,nnd nscendliiB to Uio top plnce. in tho nnmo of tho millions of sufMr. Will Ncnl has purchased subjects of man's dominion, I which was apronless. tho proporty vacated by Mr. Hnrtlett. fering mt nlirinlilnnl.n "f I nn flmin Impeach tho recreant priests and minttiu """-,,0- ; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Jolley spent """"""" ty Rods" and "Shaftesbury lllncs." , from Wcdnc8(lar Hntll Sumlay wfth isters of tho earth for gross neglect of 'd'uty, In that they have failed to and tl,p crossing sweepers nro fast thor Mr nn(, Mnj J(jhn cry aloud, In that they havo failed to , disappearing. Raymond, of Adnburg illfo up their voices llko a trumpet, I Aristocracy HctmicliiiiK. Mrs. Arnold Hlnes nnd baby havo , In that they havo failed to teach men Hut It Is In tho habits of tho "Up- - returned homo after spoiitlln t'o past per Ten" Hint oven moro startling week with relatives near Adah'tri;. their transgressions committed in the exerclso of their dominion "over tho chango ls to bo found. Dukes and Mr. Claud Moaley left Monlay fur fish of tho sea, the fowl of tho air, curls, who a gcnorntlon sinco scorned Henderson. the cattle and everything that creep-et- h teconomy, aro now busy retrenching. upon the face of tho earth." They learned to carry parcels during , Representative Ilornco M. Towner, learning to of Iowa has introduced a bill for tho tho war. Now they nro The Rest Cough Medicine. do without and making what they lubllc protection of .natornlty and When a druggist finds that his 1. fancy and , rnvldlnp a method of havo to. Qnltfi fnr U'nrlnra tlila wlntnr nrn In sitnli mntfnra linfwnon customers all speak well of a ortala say the tailors. What tho Government of the UnUeil States reparation, ho form a goou opinion to cost f 100, in need of such a modi- Savllle How will charge can only bo and tho several States. $48r.0i0 ls! Ht and when ,c,no ls almost certa'n to " h,ra" A l'i aeral Hoard of guessed. Even ah estimate would bo tppropriutod. . 8elr aml ln M fan,,,y' Thi9 ,s why Many aristocratic Maternal and Infant Ilygienj Is too scarifying-many and recom- women, like their husbands, aro cut- - crootcd, to consist of tho Secretary of 80 mond Chamberlain b Cough Remedy. Labor, tho chief of tho Children's ting down expenses. JJones, a woll Jcnown druggist of "Never havo women of high social llureau. tho surgeon general of Tho - 0 i uavo standing bought so few clothes or had United States Public Health Service, UUUrun, ivy., says. Remedy uauu ln my Chamberlain's Cough - and the United Com States bo ninny dresses nnd costumes rcmodran,1'y for tho P381 sevcn years, and To'vnor eled to save buying new ones,' a Bond lnlssloner of Education 1 M I. ll.n l.nn .nmmlli v? IOU"" ,l lu uu l" street modlsto told Universal Service, would promote Instruction In tho hy- m mcdlclno Ishavo over known. In former times Smart women would gle'ne of mntornlty and Infancy thru ..... t nf w nt I'lH'iH" t.nnltl. nlirund nnt.oill i.u. (fin ' ...1... a inr.i.ln(. n tw. .. ...i.l.ll ..m... uu.abi vu.ta.. I1UI CUIILUMII'IUIU VIllllh SEIZED ARE "lnoro than two functions a season, centers, and the provision of nursing RADICALS SOLDIERS re- Now, however, they nre not ashamed caro for mothers and Infants ln Vlnc6nnes, Ind., Jan. 4 Eleven alwear tho same dress over nnd over mote areas, to leged radicals, mostly men who had again, provided that It Is becoming served In tho German army, weroar- i.MOTHKH IMPULSE KOIU'KS nnd WOM AX TO 'STEAL CHILI) rested ln,a raid early, today by De- ."Mimlcure Own NutW partment of Justice agents, beverai Prominent women In tho social Cleveland, O., Jnn. 4 An Impulse wives attempted to resist tho arrest learning to do many world ar6 also ... Sl a 1jI. ttnlinnHn ..u0-..uthings for themselves thoy woujd tonouier acuim icu .urs. inoz oop- - j i i An abundance oLradlcal literature, of doing even er. Uoston.'to tako Paulina Polovich. never havo dreamed woman told most of which was printed in Ger-o- n five years since nnd aro not relying 6 years old, to Akron, the detectives of that city today when man, was found. Practically all con-Th- o their maids for personal services. 'they arrested her on charges filed by . fessed to being members of a com-thescarcity of servants has taught muntst labor organization, and mem- arrange their own hair And Leo Polovjch. the child's father. to Tlio girl uisappenrcu irom ner in- - ucrsmii uarua uu mu ii".--" "i " manicure their own nails. Vincennes organization were found. "You would bo surprised nt the thor's home here December 20. That they belonged to tho German Tho. woman was returned to Clevo- number of wealthy women who come army is shown by registration rec' lessons." a laud tonight. hero for halrdresslns ords of1 alien enemies taken during prominent hnlrdresser told Universal . Tho Hon. Josephus Daniels, so the wnr., to massago thorn "Tliev also learn o i,mw onil-fiIWSUiUl UUtAIIUlk, DC,.lllJ permit?. HB nnfi tin not rnlv mi nrnfesslon- - Innir ns the President . . Snnllt ( " sorts his power as the solo custoamn u'"' nl services as they used to do Hmer-yoSo whatever thoy used to do In of honorary awards', the Ju Igo of "l,o:i8 MlLES to recollect it from whose decision thc.ro can bo tlmo you will need even thnt grand old' Institution. Hrl- - no appeal. Cal., Jan. Trlnty Woaverville, "The particularly unpleasant fea-n- s tain's "Upper Ten" has moved as well turo of tho issue thus sharply raised County has discovered that It has the "Lower Five.'' citizens who lhust travel 1(038 miles . iIs found in tho circumstance, as Ad niiral Sims faintly but sufficiently In from their homes to reach the county CIAXT POSTAL PLAXES. dlcatcs, tljat the ultimate, dispenser seat and return homo again, and that g plane, of Naval Fame's choicest lauroh It co3ts tho county 5B to nave ono The largest grand tho Glen L. Martin, made a flight ro- - whllo passing by so many of tho citizen servo a single day on tho t gently froni Now York to Washington meritorious and duly certified, h is Jury. Thomas P. Nellson, of MIna, lives carrying lido pounds of mall. It by no means overlooked his own fam- only 126 miles from Weavcrvillo, byt proviomly flown from Cleve- - ily." New York Sun. had wlng-sprcncc-ared-fneeI I 1 ' Wnll Lower Forced To Ac a. '"rt ones UIIUI.IIUII, for lonp flights and 6,000 pounds for American Huirtano Association that ilro now In procoaif of qon- - wo hoard him dollvor tho address con- JllllJIIIIlIK nilUClllClf. .. .v-u- .....,. - there are over 6,000,000 fill 3 W& and motor trucks in use in the United States. The users of these machines arc "on the right track" and they now control the "track" of the road in every part of the country. This locality is no exception. Just sit down for an hour or so alongside any road leadincr to town and count the automobiles going by. Count also the farm wagons. You'll be surprised at how many more automobiles you'll see than wagons. TODAY r. Auto Tra ck - mmWM py ii rSa C Ar OPVv Following the "I Get On the 'Right Track by ' j THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THK 56 XuTQ.TKACK WAGON ,, , , -- ... r. r -- - . ?v m . V. -- i And you'll discover that the wagons that pull easiest and ride easiest are the ones that follow the auto track, traveling in the ruts moulded by the automobile. The jolttng, wide-trac- k wagons (60 inches) bump along with one side in the rut and the other riding the ridge, causing the wago'n tongue to whip forth and back and putting heavy strain on the gears, axles and wheels. hard-pulling, AH do you prefer Weber Wagons are standard k wagon or an an auto-tracauto-trac- k and we sell them. Which odd-trac- k "out-of-track" Wagon? Come in and see us when you are in town even though you may not be in the market for a wagon just now, because we also handle a full line of farm ' machines, repairs, etc., You know where we are located. v ', . Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. ' THE SOUTHERN STATES ' HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO --TRACK WAGON - .. well-fittin- 1 1 A frr owing to road conditions, when summoned for 'grand jury service ho had to travel by rail to Uklah, San Francisco, Sacramento and Redding, and then 55 miles by auto'stago to the county seat, andreturn nomo by the samo rdute. His expenso account of $75 was allowed. KOI.CIIAK THKKATENS TO GIVE SIIIEItIA TO JAPAN London Jan. 4 A Moscow dispatch quotes a Dorpat report as saying' that Admiral Kolcha't, hparl of the Omask Government, has notified tho United' States Government that ho will cede part of Siberia to Japan unless Allies send further i&slstauo to the White armies' to save Russia SUN SPURNS YUMA FOR l'lIlST DAY IX 15 YEARS Yuma," Ariz., iib" ;rioE &sliflV zi unu riQ -- , i I I tr M ' '"r H r -' For InfantsMMMMMiHIMHH-Hnand Children. l liHill uiiifi i Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria .tai V Df SS'i A . m Wlti tinthcStoraadisandDcivfebrf .: rnTinr.-- .l PER C ENT- . AVcictablcrrcparationforAs-nnu uv ni nriin .. ilways fc ff rfflTyif wit ''iiifl Bears tlie Jan. 4. The sun lrt11-l1rf ..... -- o-o-- mall-carryin- to shlno on Yuma 'yesterday for years, ac tho first time in forty-fiv- o cording to persons who have lived hero that long. Rain fell throughk outthe day. ' years A hotel which for twenty-fiv- e has displayed a sign offering free board every time tho sun failed to show Itself prepared last night to do a rushing business. It failed to materialize. ,o- PERFORATIONS COUNT UP. Tho waste in perforating. 125,000 sheets of stamps in tho bureau of engraving and printing is gathered up In barrels and marketed. Four bar-- J rels of tho llttlo" discs are gathered daily, or a total of 1,305,000,000. Placed in a lino with edges touching these would oxtfind a dlstancd over S50 miles. --- LS m -- Mncnil.NoTAHOiio. tPmnpvn& J&xhiL'rSaln Thcrebi'PromotinDKcslIofl Cheerfulness neither OpIam,Morphlncnr SignatoeyiJr fLw ,ja3S3umflsnB8U Senna JiusrSff MUrbatttleScH ifrbnnSmi rrr,fiuISmar W KEo?'cj 111 , 4??fc'J v tiWyZ mt?i Sl-lS- l Hb,: im i Jtal"J''"'fi'nr i .fiilI?(mcdvror a Gonstipau-onandDiarrhoe- anTsoFSVP racSimilcSijnatureof MtcEM j '. ntt. (fi J TMCCINT4UB Use For Over JECTATOCOMP.Oai Thirty Years Sports Doom Foot Binding in China tf& v'.av-- CASTORIA Erta, Copy of Wrapper. COMPANY, j I MIWYOCITT nmlM "' 7 . "ZWOafl HW' - rEHI r T. N. T. FOR DIVSTINd. '" Tho relative strength of T. . T. and dynamite wero practically tested recently in blasting out two concrete piers. For each pound of the former 14.9 cubic feet' of the concrete was removed; for each pound of tho lat- ter eight-tentof a, cubic foot less was removed. T. N .t! is safer than dynamite because It is less sensitive o but a greater auantityof carbon Is produced 'when it is set "off and moro careful ventilation therefore is necessary in uslng it. . mon-oxld- u HOW TO REACH RHEUMATISM THROUGH THE BLOOD Powerful Iron in liquid form makqs rich, red blood and drives uric acid out of the system forever. It Is now generally known that Rheumatism is caused by uric acid which is formed in the blood and deposited through thousands of little capillaries and nerves in different, parts of tho Body. If you have healthy, rich, red, strong blood, you will never have Rheumatism. Healthy blood eliminates uric acid, and does not allow it to stay in tho body to cripple and pain. The successful and reliable method of getting tbis great essential into the blood is through tho uso of a natural form of soluble iron known us Acid Iron Mineral. The nerves aro immediately strengthened, bodily im- ; , ' 1 Freedom of 'Action Imperative and Bound Feet Disappearing. Basket ball, tennis and jumping the rope are curing China of the age-ol- d cruel custom of binding the feet of her daughters. These American sports are proving just as efficacious in doing away with that evil as is the law of the Chinese republic against the practice of foot binding. In many instances it is even more efficacious lor there can be no basket ball, tennis or rope jumping for the girl with bound feet and since the "new woman" of China, even in her girlhood, insists upon participating in American 6ports,the bound foot must go. All kinds of American sports are 'popular in young China and in other Oriental countries, according to John W. Wood, Foreign Secretary to the Board of Missions of the Episcopal American Playground Ono of Our Moit Valued Exports, to the Orient, Say's nine-month- s' Obser ver this Yi 'VHiiiiiiiiiB' - wuuy II t Groceries, drug and variety stores net been affixing stamps on articles that tho law requires them to stamp when, sold, Tho bureau of internal rovenuo, it is announced, will' make a. special drlvo to collect unpaid taxes on drugs, patent nedlcines nniMollot articles. In many places havo TO COLLECT LUXURIES TAN, Church, who recently rtturnqd from a tour of the Far East in connection with the Episcopal Nationwide Campaign. In fact, Mr Wood ranks the American playground as one of our most important "exports" to the Orient. He hopes it ,will be "exported" in still larger quantities Campaign through the "Nation-Wid- e as thaf campaign seeks to raise more than $12,000,000 to strengthen all phases of Episcopal activities at home and abroad. "Quietly but systematically for the past twenty years," he said ''we have been exporting to the Orient that dis tinctly American institution, the playground; and now the Chinese Empire is dotted with these open air places. One can't easily estimate the extent of the benefits future generations in the Orient will derive from this infusion of the spirit of free, open air America into the youth of China. "In the one detail, for instance, of binding the feet of Chinese girls, our playgrounds are working a revolution. There can be no basket ball or tennis or rope jumping for a girl with bound feet, and since the Chinese girl insists,, upon taking part in sports, the bind; ' ing up of the feet is bound to go. No child, hereafter born in tho United States of foreign 'Tarontage will bo eligible tp citizenship unless both parents are ellglblo td becomo citizens, if a joint resolution introduced in the House by Ropresontat'lvo Raker, of California, ip enacted into la". Ho- - tako the.vley thit this would have tho effect of making the parents moro anxious to become permanently identified wth tho country, and thererpro helping In the workxof Americanizing 'America. driven out of tho systom. even in cases whero tho trouble is of lone standing, and has failed to respond to other methods of treatment. This new way of driving Rheumatism out of tho system through tho blood mado puro and strong with this natural soluble iron Acid Iron Mineral is being adopted by thousands as fast as tho story can bo told. There is no need to suffer longer you con be on the road to recovery todoy. And in driving rheumatism from your system, this remarkable liquid Iron blood maker will jnvo you stronger nerves, more power in evry way. vigor is restored and the general any form, no matter of how lon;f provement of all ailing conditions standing, you owo it touyourself to blood is getting tho prove that the start using Acid Iron Minerol utonce. Do not miss this opportunity. Call iron it must have to maintain perfect health. -- With the blood thus made nt your druggist today. Vh u(Tvri r healthy, uric acjd.L eliminated and any longer' For Sulo by OHIO COUNTV I)RUO CO, Incorporated, Hartford, ICy. PARSONS & SCOVILLK, Rowling Green, Ky., Distributors. Cull on the Rcpubllenu for Flue Job l'riiitlng. t If you suffer from Rheumatism in -- A- 4 . V Al i ; s i wLumtEtt&mbmm. I IH : H V H Be gins Saturday, : : CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY to-da- y's January 31. 1-- 17th . to-da- This sale is going to be one of the biggest money saving sales we have had. Our merchandise at regular prices is 25 to 33 3 per cent below 'market price You can buy merchandise at our regular prices for future use and make handsome returns on your investment. Merchandise is high and still on the upward trend at a rapid rate. You may bs wondering when merchandise will begin to go down. Not Until the supply is ' greater than the demand. t For eight years after our Civil War prices were much higher than they are now. Compare our Civil War to the great World War and make your calculations as to low long it will take for a complete adjustment of the world's affairs, when it took us eight years after our .little family row to begin to get normal. Years will come and go and prices may still soar to higher levels. Everybody must produce their full capacity to create a surplus, and practically nobody is doing it. .'Supply and demand rules the prices. Short supply means higher prices. The supply grows shorter all the time and the demand is growing all the time. As lower prices in the near future are an impossibility, we want to call your attention,to our big collection of i Loom End. Calicoes, Percale, Cheviots, Ginghams, Suitings, Indian Heads, Romper Cloth, JNiainsook, Long Cloth, Plaid Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, India Linons, Organdies, Voils, BESIDES OUR L'OOM ENDS, every 'short length .odds and ends and broken lots, from every department will be out on tables with red tags on them, priced away below cost of production. Buy what you need for of slock, you make money both ways. ,a year or more either off the Loom End counter or-oRemember the date, be on hand the first day and you may be abje to get everything you need. ut That have been bought especially for this 'sale and will be sold at less than the cost to make on today's market CLOTHING DEPARTMENT now will - , , - READY-TO-WEA- regular prices are $5,00 to $10.00 cheaper Men's Suits at than suits Ifor Spring and Fall of the same quality. Suits'1 bought b?a good investment. , MEN'S OVERCQATS Our regular $9.00 and $10.00 Our regular $12.00 Overcoats, dur regular $22.00 Overcoats, Our regular $30.00 Overcaots, Overcoats, Sale Price Sale Picie . . . , Sale Price Sale Price 9 $ .. 0.05 7.05 15.05 22.05 .MEN'S MACKINAW COATS Our regula'r $15.00 Mackinaw Coats. Sale Price 'Our legular $9.00 Mackinaw Coats, Sale Price - The quantity is limited but styles and fabrics ar'e excellent. At the prices we are quoting we shouldn't have a suit left. Our regular $15.00 Suits, Salo Prico .$1 1.05 Our regular $20.00 Suits, Sale Price . . v. 14.05 Our regular $25.00 Suits, Sale Price ...-10.05 Our regular $30.00 to $35.00 Suits, Sale Price 24.05 Our legular $3S.OO to 45.00 Suits, Sale Price . .". .'I': 20.05 'Our'-rqgul0.05 $50.00 to $55.00 Suits, Sale Price ..!'.". Our regular $60.00 Suits, Sale Price 41.05 : Our regular, $75,00 Suits, Sale Price 40.05 y R DEPARTMENT LADIES' SUITS , 1 : .$ 0.05 v .' G.5 LADIES' DRESSES SPECIAL Sale Price $1.45 One lot of Boys' $2.50 Slicker Raincoats, SHOE DEPARTMENT Every odd pair and broken lot of Shoes in our entire Department Vhen you consider will be at your disposal at a reduction In price. there is not a shoe in our stock that Is not worth from $1.00 to $1.50 per pair more than when we bought it;shoes at regular prices today. Is a money making purchase. of Ladles Shoes, oifds and ends and broken lots, values $'5.50 when shoes were cheaper Sale Price pey pair. . . .$1.05 of Ladies' Shoes, values up to $7.00, Sale Price per pair $3.1)5 of Ladles' Gray Kid Shoes, low and, high heels. Broken lots, values $9.00 and $10.00 per pair, Sale Price per pair. . . .$5.95 Ladies' Gray French heel Shoes, a regular $12.00 value. Sale Price, per p tlr $7.05 Serges, Triccotines, Silk Poplins and Taffetas, m navy blue and nice range of other leading colors. , Our regular $1S.00 and $17.50 Serge Dresses, Sale Price .$. . .$13.05 ' Our regular $25.1)0 Serge Dresses, Sale Price 10.05 21.05 Our regular $28.00 Serge Dresses, Sale Prico . .. Odr regular $40.00 Triccotine Dresses, Sale Price. 20.05 . . . i . 0.05 Our regular $12.50 Silk Poplin Dresses, Sale Price Our regular $12.50 Silk Taffeta Dresses, Sale' Price . . . . I 10.05 .....!.. LADIES' CLOAKS assortment of popular prtc&d cloaks. Just 'St the time you need them. Buy now for next fall. Yoo. will make money. . . . .$ .05 Our regular $9.00 Ladies' CJoaks, Salo Price 8.05 Our regular $12.50 Ladies' Cloaks, Sale Price 10.05 Our.regular $15.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Salo Price . . 12.05 Our regular $18.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Salo Price . .. 14.05 Our regular $22.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Sale Price tfuriregular $25.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Salo Price . . . . 10.05 22.05 Our regular $30.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Sale Price 20.05 Our regular $35.00 Ladles' Cloaks', Sale Price SO.O.i j Our regular $50.00 Ladles' Cloaks, Salo Price . . . . A wonderful I One lot up to One lot One lot .. ....... CHILDREN'S SHOES Odds and Ends, values up to 52.50, Sale Price. . Odds and Ends, values up to $3.00, Sale Price . L $1.45 , y $1.1)5 ' . ' CHILDREN'S CLOvAKS (Ages 7 to 14) Our Our Our Our Our Our Our MEN'S SHOES Our Our Our Our regular regular regular regular $C50 values, Sale Price $7.50 values, Sale Price $8.00 values, Salo Price $9.00 values, Salo Price $1.45 4.05 5.05 0.05 , OVERSHOES Rubber French Boot, $o'.00, Sale Price $2.73, Salo Price All Rubbor-Articles- , Cloth Top articles, $2.00, Salo Price ' regular regular regular regular regular regular regular $5.00 Children's Cloaks, Salo Prico $7.50 Children's Cloaks, Salo Price . .. $9.00 Children's Cloaks, Salo Pxlco $10.00 Children's Cloaks, Salo Price $12.00 Children's Cloaks, Sale Prico $15.00 Children's Cloaks, Salo Price $18.00 Children's Cloaks, Salo Price :... -- ,. . .$ rt.O." . ' 5.08 0.05 7.15 8.15 0.05 12.15 $2.05 ;).05 1.15 .$3.05 1.05 ." . J0ur regular Our legular Our regular Our regular $4.00 $5.00 $6,00 57.00 Child's Child's Child's Child's (AgesZ to 6) Cloak, Salo Prico Cloak,. Sale Prico Cloak, Sale Price Cloak, Sale Prico ple patterns. High grade Percal on today's market 40 cts per yard. Loom nd prico ; '. t i8c One lot of Calico, good length STHrtings, in Grays and Pinks. Loom End 'price per yard i5c One lot of fancy striped Outings, light colors. Splendid Sown Patterns, 35cts per yd., on today's market. Loom End ' price per yard a5C One lot of heavy white outing, a good 35cts. per yard quality. . Loam End prico per yard mic Cms lot of Fast Colored S'anta Checked Gingham, aborted checks, mostly blues. It's cheap at 30cts.por yd. Loom End price per yard "jc , .V. One lot of 32 inches wide Fancy Dress Ginghams, plaids, stripes and solid colors, worth on market 45cts. per yd.Loom End price per yard , . . .' yoc Ono lot of 32 Inches wido'lndlgo Blue Suiting with small white polkadot. It's cheap at 45cts. per yd., on s jnarkct. Loom. End price per yard :kc Ono lot. of fancy shirtings, in stripes, checks and solid blues. Good assortment of patterns, a regular 35cts. per yd. valuo. Loom End prico per yard : 20c, One lot of yard-wld- o fancy striped Percal. It's good for 40cts per yd. Loom End price per yard . 20c ' Ono lot of fancy Plaid Suitings, something good for children's dresses. You will have to pay 50cts per yd. regular for It. Loom end Prlcq :15c Ono lot yard-wid- e fancy striped Suiting, will make a good dress for the girls and women or tho family. It's worth 50cts. per yard Loom End ptico per yard :i5c One lot of 40 Inches wldo blue polkadot Voile, a good 50cts per jard value. '.Loom End price per yard i5c Ono lot of yard-wid- e Black Cotton Sergey worth SOcts per yard. Loom End price por'yard iJOc One lot of 32 Inches wldo' Romper Cloth, in assorted strlpes'nnd . solid colors, wortlAcOcts por yd. Loom End prico por yard. . .40c Ono lot of 32 inches, wldo Fronch Dress Ginghams, beautiful plaids. A regular OOcts. per yd. value, Loom End prico pe'r yd. .45c One lot of ynrd-widsolid colors In gheno Silk, light and dark colors, a regular 75cta. per yd. valuo. Loom End prico per yd. . 10c Jno lot of white, cream and pink Brocado Silks, yard-wldsplendid for underwear. A regular $1.00 per yd. value Loom End price per yard 7j)C One lot of yard-widdark colors In a Brocade Silk, a regular $1.25 value. Loom End price per yard , 80c Ono lot of yafd-widSilk Striped Vollos, dark, colors and beautiful patterns, a regular $1.25 vuluo. Loom End prico per yd. .08c Ono lot of 32 inches wide Satin Striped Silk Poplins. Good as- sortment of colors, a good $2.B0 por yd. 'value. Loom End price per yard r .91.811 to-dato-dayy. i to-da- V .....: o, o, e, e, 125 SPECIALS One ...... v . . . .'. k .............. ' . .v. . 4.05 , LOOM END GOODS One lot of 40 Inches wide India Linen. A good 30cts, por yd.. - a. WHITE lot of odds and ends in Caps, Corduioy and Cloth Caps, Dress FURS It has been an unusual Fur Season and raw Furs are very much higher this season than last. Furs bought now will mean a big saving. Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular $7.50 Scarfs, $16.50 Scarfs. $0.00 Scarfs. $22.00 Scarfs, $49.50 Scarfs, $54.45 Scarfs, Our regular $60.00 Scarfs, , ' valuo. Loom End prico por yard Ona lot of 40 inches wide Lingerie- Mull splendid for 35cts. por i8c Caps and Caps with pull downs. Men's Caps and Boys' Caps, values SO cts., to $1.00 each. Your choice of the lot at, each. 25c ...... MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Our regular $4.00 llannol Shirts, Sale Price Our regular $5.00 JIannol Shirts, Sale Price Our regular $0,00 flannel Shirts, Sale Prico $2.05 ., ' Ono yard lot of 40 Inches yrldo white Organdy. ojc Good for 40qts. per J1.05 1.45 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT After a big soiling season in this Depaitment we naturally have flulto a collection of Trimmed Hats that wo are willing to close out during our salo ut one half their real valuo. Half price on all trimmed Hats, for women, will be your opportunity to buy some good lullliuery cheap. Children's Hats will bo sold at a substantial reduction In price. Don't full to visit this Department during f this big selling event. You are sure to buy one of our bargain Hats. Sale Prico Salo Price Salo Prico Salo Prico Salo Prico Salo Price. Salo Prico ... .i i , , v $ 5.05 10.05 14.05 '. 10.05 ZHM)5 "....., , .(. 44.05 48)5 "LOOM END DEPARTMENT Thousands of yards of Loom End Callcoos,. Calico on .10c market is 25c per yd. Loom End prico per yd Thousands of yards, of Loom End Porcals. Standard percal 10c 35cts. per yd., today. Loom End price per yd Big lot of yard wldo PCTca4engths from 1 yard up. In all sta to-da- yard. Loom End price por yard .' k . .250 Ona lot of 31 Inches wldo Pnjama check, a good 35cts. valuo. Loom End price per yard . . , 20c Ono lot of 31 Inches wldo, high grado India Llnon, a 40Tts. per yard valuo. Loom End prico por yard ,20c Ono lot of 38 inches wldo Indian Head, a regular 50cts. por yd. value. Loom End prico por yard ., :5hq Ono lot of 40 luches wldo, fine, whita" Organdy, a regular BOcts. por yard value. Loom (2nd price per yard , , , NlOc Ono lot of yard-widfine Nainsook. It's worjh 65cts., per yd. Loom End prico per yard , .jdc Ono lot of 30 Inches wldo, flno, Pink Nainsook, a regular 50cts., por yd. value. Loam End prico por yard ttfc Ono lot of yard-wld- o Longqloth, flno quality at 65cts., por yd. Loom End price pof yard , , . lt0c satin-stripe- d Ono lot of yard-wldVoiles, a good 75cts. por yd. value, Loom End prico por yard ,, , ,.i8C, .......,.,...,, .,..! ....... e, .... v o, E. P: BARNES & BROTHER Beaver Dam, Kentucky. V