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JAPAN SHIPPING HARTFORD, OHIO COIJNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 16, 1920. 29 M Ntf all to go, nnd plenty to soo and hear and rccommondatlons of tbo Advisory APART 74 YEARS JOINT MEETING after you get thoro to woll repay you SUCCESS OF OHIO Hoard appointed as memfor tho tlmo and money you will Tho Court has Or Tho Ohio County Fiscal Court Methodist Meet for Union In House spend on suck a trip. COUNTY BAPTISTS MEXICO bers of tho Board created,- Mesdamo3 ARMS TO Where DlWxIon Begun And Tho Ohio County As your County Agnt I am exJohn U. Wilson, J. H.- B- - Carson and Farm Bureau , pected to keep in touch with all such W. S. Tlnsley. (Courlor-Journa- l) movoments, but this work Is primariworkings bt this, 'plan being Tho In on Jan. church whero .the Ship Load Received Dec. now to Ohio County It will bo watch 6tbAt tho Joint meeting, heldRoom at breach tbo samo tho Methodist Epis- ly for Farmers, not for Agents. Como UioOhio County Baptists have during; between 1920, in tho Court last few weeks raised tho enormon and go. I will guaranteo to see considerable interest, wltl ed with 24th, Under Escort Hartford, tho Fiscal Court nnd tho copal Church nnd the Methodist that you havo the opportunity to ful- ous sum of $72,289.88 for Missions, hope for Its successful operation. Farm Bureau members and their Eptscounl Church, South, was created' ly seo the Station and tho Experiment education and benevolences, and tho Of Cruiser friends, .had tho opportunity of hoar-In- g In 1S46, k commltteo of eminent Farm, havo It all explained to yo. reports aro still coming in. Several HIGH SCIIOOIj notes Mr. B. G. Nelson, tho .District Methodists of both churches will meet and that you will havo a good tlmo churches are yet to bo heard from and Argent for this, and tho surrounding nt W o'clock Thursday morning in also. many others have only sent irf their Tho Hartford High School basket San Antonio, Jnn. 12 aovornm'ont speak on tho Work of tho an endeavor to reunite tho two wings. This Is an open Invitation to goo partial report. Tho 'amounts from n recent big shipment ball team played tho Clarkson High counties, reports that Bureaus' and tho County Tho meeting will be called in what Is being dono with tho tax tho 41 churches are as follows: of arms and ammunition to- - Mexico School --'cam on tho local floor last Farm Fourth-avenu- e .Methodist Church aid money you are paying; to seo what Churches by a Japancso cruiser Saturday night. At tho end of the Agents. was escorted mt. Mr. Nelson was placed by tho Gov- will last for four or five days. Bishop Is being dono to better farming: con- Adaburg . . . 5 have been sent horo for the informn. second half tho scoro stood 28 to 28 i00 Agent at tho start W .F. McDowell, Washington, will ditions and methods; to see and Barnetts Creek ns District tlon of the Scnnto Commlttro investi- Thoy played five moro minutes tD ernment 196.75 head he Novtlicrn' church represen- know how the yoiing men and women Beaver Dam .. play off tbo' tie. Tho scoro at the bf the war, having been in tho Quar10,186.00 y gating tbo Mexican situation. Dept. of tho" Army at tho tatives and Bishop Edwin Mouzon from your Home County, town pr Bell's Run l,40o'.00 Mexico had received war sup- end f tho game wa- - 32 to 29 in termaster's That outbreak of hostilities; and being a Ft. Worth district, will lead the community aro educated by Your Concord ;.. 512.60 plies from Japan and that official and favor of Clarkson. experience Southern. Stato. Centertown Tho following pupils havo bowi farmer himself, his doublo 4,000.00 unofficial Mexico lately has boon According to Louisville Methodist was lnvaluablo to tho Stato In Its enenTho period from January 31st to Central Grove recently enrolled in the High school. with a show of much 2.5S4.00 Increases agricultural pro- ministers, reuniting of tho churches February 4th, Inclusive, will be Clear Run 1 1.215.1G thusiasm officers and men from a Morcedeso Bnlrd, Cllfflo Bnlrd, Hal deavor to Should Mr. Nelson probably will bo effected. to the annual County Agents Cane Run Japaneso warship was, known, but un- Ho Bello Allrn. Clauda Allen, Jaicei duction. Furthermore as 1S1.50 twenty-tw- o Farm Bureau they come to an amicable agreement meeting, nt .which tho Extension Cool Springs til today ngonts who nro gathering Bozarth, Geneva Howard Othn Leo, hns made 0.00 t. . . . . month, and has the question thcnvlll bo referred to work of the Stato Is reviewed, new Deanfleld t information to bo studied by tbo com- Beatrice Ford, Lockett Ford, Grace. speeches in tho last sBO this the church conferences for ratifica- plans made etc. All Agents aro re- Dundee In intlmato touch with mittee, had not learned of nny direct Hill, Lena Henry, Martin Schapiiilro, been 100.00 " movement ever since its Inception In tion. quired to be present, at this time, so East Fork two. o.OO Jack Johnson, Lucilo Wcsterfield, 'connection betwecn-ih- o Slavery was the Indirect cause of this Office will bo closed from as practically every '. . Janu- Fordsvlllo Cornell, Ruy Cok nnd'Sudlo Al- this State, and report, which is known at ar14,375.00 Tbo the breach. County in bis district has ary 26th until February 6th; and you Green River I,253i00 my headquarters hero and which has len The wife of Bishop Andrews, Ga.. aro respectfully referred to Mr. Watt a bet..., Tho third numberNPf tho Lyceum Bureau organized, there is not forwarded to tbo "War Departbeen ..?.. 5,725.50 girl In 1844. Methodist Taylor, Secretary of tho Farm Bureau Hartford subject owned a slavo Horse Branch ment, is that the ship bearing tin Course .will ho given In tho audito- ter informed man on this 795.00 Episcopal congregations in the North at Centertown, who will be glad to Huff's Creek rium at tho College, Monday night, south of tho Ohio' river. That his nnd ammunition reached arms 401.00 evi- contended that this should cairse his take care of any inquiries you may Independence December 24. The Yakuma January 19. This number will . by hearers appreciated this fact was S01. 60 greeted his removal. Southern branches of the havo In my absence. t facHenry manned by 800 officers nnd men, an- n feast for all lovers of in- dent by tho applause that 5,500.00 bishop was apchurch held that tho m. l. Mccracken, a. McGrady Creek chored alongside. A part of th- strumental music and will bo render- efforts. 0.00 The Bureau was called to order pointed by tho church conference, O fa Mt. Carmel Yakuma's personnel woro students ed by tho Hippie Concert Company. 1,000.00 about 11 o'clock by the temporary and, therefore, could not be removed, NEW DRAINAGE COMMISSIONER. Mt. Zlon i 0.0C from tbo Jnpahese Military Academy. lp president, Mr. E. G. Austin, of Bea- since he was appointed for life. The Anticipating tbo arrival of the Narrows THREE CHILDREN GO 673.50 was then effected. breach The County Court at Its regular New Panther Creek TO TIIK MASONIC HOME ver Dam, andafter the usual business tbcro appeared at tho port a com0.00 Two years later the Methodist January term appointed L. C. Leach, preliminaries, tho election of per'. . New Zlon 125.00 mittee representing tho Mexican Do Church, South, was form- of Beaver Dam, as a member of the Olaton . -. William, who had been with Mr. manent officers for the organization Episcopal parthient of War nnd Marine which 235.00 as ed at a big conference in .the Old Ohio County Board of Drainage Cominvited tho commanding officer nn-- l nnd Mrs. II. E. Duke, of this placo, was completed, The result was Pleasant Grove 1,303.13 Fpurth-streacMethodist Church, missioners, "To fill out the unexpired Pleasant Hill .' as many of his organization as could for some months, and Robert and follows: 0.00 President C. O". Keown, Hartford. cording to tho Rev. S. Jf Thompson. term of W. M. Baldwin, who has re- Pond Run go to visit Mexico City. Henry, who had been with relatives 588.40 W. H. Rhoads, The church was then, located on moved from tho State. Tho .Board Providence near Utica, all children of Capt. Wil0.00 Troops Improved. rourth Street, Just north of Jefferson, Is now composed of James H. Richland Japan- liam E. Bonnott, deceased, and Mrs. Goshen. (Hartford P. O.) 0.00 Tbo enrgo landed from the Secy-TreThomas, of Beaver Dam, J. A. Bel- Roslne Watt Taylor, Center- - where a restaurant now stands. 215.00 cso ship Is that arranged for by Col. Bonnott, who Is nn invalid in tho Sentiment, according to the Rev. lamy, of Deanfleld, and the new apRockport 4,848.5!) was detained for Western Kentucky Asylum, In compaEmllld Circles, who Credentials were prepared and Mr. Leonldas Robinson, pastor of the pointee, Mr. Leach, with McDowell Slaty Creek 2,784.95 a short time by port nuthoiltlcs at ny with Alvls S. Bennett, their Fourth Avenue Church, caused tho A. Fogle, Secretary. '. bo returnul to guardian, left Owensboro Monday, for Watt Taylor elected to act as the Smallhous 105.00 San Francisco, when Bureau representative, to attend meeting to be called here. 11.1. MA..M.... Iflu nnonltntlrnd 1ifir.l L'ouls'vlllo, whero the boys woro Walton's Creek 1.94S.60 'Three months ago a meeting of a the Frirm Bureau Federation meeting 2,975:00 BLACK IGLEHEART by Manuel ?ereo Pcmero, placed in tho Masonic Homo. West Point . . at Richwas held 3,038.1)0 West Procldence ; It was Capt. Bennett's oft ox- - at Louisville on Feb. 8. then Mexican minister at tokig A motion was mado and passed to mond, A'a., when a tentative agree3,129.70 Mr. Clarence B. Iglehart and Miss Woodward's Valley To what extent Japaneso arms and pressed desire, that should tho un bo re- - ment was reached. Norlno Elizabeth Black were united Zlon 543.00 l ammunition hnvo been entering Mex- forsoen hand of providence mako it the effect that the Fiscal Court Tho meeting will be an executive necessary quested to sona- Total .,,,,,,,,,.,$72,289.88 ico is unknown. Recent reports from necessary that .tho . children bo unM - '.... tn maafappropriate the - liv til ft session and only members of"khe re in marriage yesterday afternoon at . 1, . . .. o... ftirnfalinfl , Mexico indicate improvement in tho raieu in oruur 10 uesuru euuu iiumca du iu uiec i n anm ..... ...1 o'clock, at the home of the Bride's If your church has in. cash and troops in prlvato life, that they bo sent In- - ' Extension Division of tho University ligious press will bo admitted. Near parents on Clay Street, Rev. E. Watt pjcdges more th'an the above, amount equipment of' federal tho ly 100 editors of religious papeis. Smith, pastor of the M.'E. Church, please report to me at once so that tho forces now In tho stato of Chi- stead to tho homo maintained by tho of Kentucky and the United States will attend, and a meeting of the S officiating. being much better supplied Masonic Fratornlty, of which ho wn3 Department of Agriculture, for salary huahua I can give you proper credit- Jn" editors will bo held In the Fourth with machine guns thin for sonio an ardent member, So in compll- - of the County Agent, and that the Tho young marrJel couple left ImAvenue Methodist Church, Thursday years. mediately for French Lick Springs, anco with that request tho three present Agent be retained for another D. EDGAR ALLEN, night: ' ' Tho various units operating In lho boys whoso ages rango from six to year. Ind., aud othor points, to bo gone Assoclatlonal Direction. The Methodist Episcopal Churort A resolution was presented nnd days. north arosald to have more ammu.1!-lio- n twelve, wore placed in tho Homo has a membership of 4,000,000 ac about tea than heretofore, their clothing Is Monday by their guardian, arrange- adopted, which follows verbatim; The Bride Is a daughter of , BROOM FACTORY HERE "We tho Farmers of' Ohio county, cording to the Rev. Mr. Thompson, better and a mnekeel improvement in ments for their entry having been and Mrs. Thomas H. Black-and the Southern Church has a mem-berhin convention assembled, hereby wish previously completed. moralu has been ieporte'1. a young lady of culture and reflne-jneof 2,000,000. Mr. Noble Balrd has installed j'i i to express our sincere thanks and and a most lovablo disposition, appreciation to tho most excellent OUNTY BOARD OK TAX THE, MEETING. by all who know her broom factory in vhat Is known as highly esteemeu ADVERTISING INCREASED. J. Rhoads old building, on Ladles of Hartford and vicinity, for SUPERVISORS APPOINTED while Mr. Iglehart Is. a son of. Mrs. theC. Main Street. This should prove to Tho series of meetings being held the splendid dinner so bountifully one-halDue to circumstances over which Helen Iglehart, residing ono and quite-- Jieneflcial to the surroundCounty Judgo Mack Cook has nt the Methodist Cavrch continue to prepared and generously served In miles north of this place. Pete, bo - we have no control,- - we have been ing community, as farmers may prodesignated and appointed tho Board grow in Interest frvn day to day keeping with truo Kentucky. HosplIs n splenforced to increase our rates for all as most people know him, of Tax Supervisors for Ohio Count', Rov. Waters Is delivering somo o'f tho tality, did type of young manhood and is duce corn sufficient for home needs, kinds of advertising: Coming at this, time of scarce for tho present year, ono from each most powerful and logical sermons like-wis- e popular with all of his or for sale and obtain a ready market For Obituaries, cards of thanks, magisterial district as follows: heard in this community and gar, and tho high cost df living, it was friends, who are numbered by all for samo at all times in the year. C. I. Maxey, Hartford; Clarence much good is being accompli jlieff. Thero is no reason for the shiplike a fertile, 'blooming oasis in a resolutions of all kinds and articles who Intimately know him. Beaver Dam; J. N. Moo"ro, Dennis, Mr. Joo M. Hampton, director in barren desert, and its romemberanco not wholly of a general news nature", Tho writer sincerely wishes that ment of broomal lrito this community Rockport; Nat Lludley, Centertown, charge of tho song service is a loader shall over bo a green spot in our one cent per word, with an additional the. Journey so pleasantly and Joy- from tho Loulsvlllo, St. Louis and 6 cents per line for each 'lead lino John D.ivls, Bartlett; Virgil Mat- of rnro ability. His solos rendered memory." fully embarked upon by these young othor markets, as' has been (ho custom A most significant Indication of the used, or signature to the article. thews, Fordsvlllo; N. B. White, Sul- -, at oach service, accompanied by MJss may bo strewn with life's best, for years, when the corn may be proBusiness locals will bo charged for people duced and brooms manufactured at phur Springs; John L. Miller, Ro- - Hanson, is a feature, alouo, calculat- attitude of tho conservative farmers even to the end. of this county toward this organiza- at the rate of 10 cents per line for home, tlws saving considerable In slne. ed to draw largo houses. freight and profits of both Broker Tho Board will jnoet and begin Its 'Tho meeting will tnnn like- tion was the enrollment of members the first appearance and 8 cents per LITTLE CHILD DIES of the Fiscal Court, representative lino, for each additional insertion. and wholesale morchant. labors on tho s'econd Mondny In ly continue through another weok. Display advertising rates havo also m farmers of influence from practically March, and the law requires that it The Infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Describe copy, givevery district and the fact that the been increased. REPUBLICAN CONVENTION bo in session not less than two nor MARRIAGE LICENSE SINCE LAST REPORT Farm Bureau, while not yet ono ing amount of spa.ee desired together Early Harris died Sunday night at moro than twelvo day-a-, Jsovon or IN LOUISVILLE .MARCH 3 II. Wadello of near montlb-oh- l in this County, has to Its with number of times you dearie it the homer of Mrs. eight days of which will likely bo ot Pneumonia. Burial of the Joo Smith, Rockport, to Ida M. credit cash and signed pledges to the run and write or call us for rates. orPere- occupied in equalizing and two or Tho Republican Stato Convention get our rates and keep them handy remains took placo Sunday afternoon tor the selection ot delegates and Splnks, Simmons. 'amount of over $200.00. three for hearing comp'clns at Oakwood. Myrtle Hurt, Simmons, to Nollo j The thanks and a good portion of for reference Alternates to tho National Convention Mrs Harris was visiting her moth which meets In Chicago, bo our earnest aim and, It shall Mooro, Simmons. tho credit for tho success of the Big TRIAL LASTS 8 MONTHS; June the was attacked JURY OUT 15 MINUTES 8, has been called to meet In Zouis-vlll- e, Archlo Koty, Simmons, to Jennlo Dlniffir 13 directly due to those mor-Ma- o desire to give to our patrons value er, when the little child pnfumonia. by a violent caso of j chants and friends Hurt, Simmons. whose generosity received for all business Intrusted March 3, at 2 o'clock In the Orvlllo llob'dy, McIIenry, to Mabol made possible tho purchase of such to us, whether it be. in advertising Now York, Jan. 12 After a trial County Mass Conventions will be not donated, their spaco or work from our Job depart- WILLIAM BARNARD DIES lasting eight months it took tho Jury Martin, McIIenry. i supplies FROM, MINE ACCIDENT held Saturday, ment. Clarence Robinson, R. 1, Narrows, j March 1st., at 1 minutes today to return a veY-dlwlll,not bo forgotten fifteen I It is our aim to comply with your o'clock p, m., at the County Seats of Remember tbo Farm Bureau slo- of not guilty in tho caso of four- to Nora Harrison, R. 1, Narrows. Mr. William Barnard, whllo work- the various Counties. The basis ot Lnwronce Coy, Balzetdwn, to Ida gan, "Tho cost of Production "plus a wishes promptly, but we beg that teen officials and employes of the you give us your orders at the.varllest ing in tho Rockport Coal Klines last representation was fixed at ono delereasonable Profit," and koop In mind Coastwise Lumber Company, who Bell Daughorty,Dalzetown. ' ... date possible, so that we n;ay be al 'Friday, suffered fatal Injuries from gate for each 100 or frnctlonvover 60 4iuuiy, were charged with conspjracy to deuiuiuru 0...1.... ivuibumunu, iu tho war cry of tho organization.-WATCcon- Lucinda Johnson, Renfrew. lowed a reasonable length of time in falling slatejrom which ho died Sat- votes cast for Charles E. Hughes for US GROW! fraud tho aovernmont on war. which to give you good service. It urday morning. The remains woro President In 1916, Under this arLauronce Tucker, Fordsvlllo, to Le tracts. m m happens thnt we are at timet crowd- burled at Coralvo, Sunday afternoon. rangement Ohio County will bq en SPECK McNEAL na Wilson, Narrows. Mr. Barnard Is survived by his wid- titled to 33 dolegates to the Stato Shelby Ferguson, Noafus, to Cora ed, and of course it's' like goini; to COUNTY COURT IS TO ow and threo chlldron, the youngest Convention. ' News has been received here of tho mill "first in, first out." HAVE advisory; BOARD Raymor, Neafus. , of whom Is only two weoks old. Bello marrlago of Mr. Illnton McNeill, nt i The State Central Committee also Lonnlo Parks, Beda, ; fr j Nashville, Tenn., to Miss OHvo Ma" provided In It's meeting of Wednes FARMERS' WEEK. Ohio County is to havo nn innova- Smith, R. 5, Hartford. Mr. Will Himes and family will day, that new members of the County Hobart Hoagland, R. 3, Hartford, Speck, of Bowling Qreon. Thn mar-t- o tion in tho form of an Advisory Irlage bolng solemnized iu the former for Akron, Ohlc, Executive Commtttoes bo elected on Tho Farm and Homo Convention leave here Ona May Moseloy, R. 2, Livia. Board to thq County Court, or more on January 4th. (Farmers' Week) Is to bo hold Janu- - whero they go to resido for u tlmo. the third Saturday in March, elections Arvln Igloha'rt, Earllngton, to to tho County Judgo. properly ( Tho bride is a daughter of Master ary 27th to 30th, at tho Experiment Mr. Himes and tho two Boys oxpect- - to bo held in tho various precincts of Tho duties of tho Advisory Board na P. FltzhufVi, Narrows. Claronca Iglehart, Hartford, to Commissioner, W. R. Speck, a sister Statton and College of Agrlcultun ing to secure work in tho City, of each countvcxcopt the County Com will bo to practically take chargo pt to Roy B. Speck, Cork of the Court This is an annua) event and consists Rubber. mlttees myy provido that the new all Juvenllo cases and cases of domei-ti- c hNorlno Black, Hartford. ' Committeeman may be elected of Appeals and a niece nt Mr3 C M. of a series of meetings, lectures nnd brought to tho Couuty troublo SOW GOOD SEEDS Carrie A. Williams, who has County Mass Convention, iu which Mrs". McNeal exhibits, competitive and otherwise. Mrs. Crowe, of Hartford. Court for adjustment. Power for will bo well romomboroil bj tho I have hoard that several men from been residing In Austin, Texas, since evont the offlcors holding tho con.final adjustment as a mattor of course It don't pay to sow Inferior soeds. youngor set hore with whom this County have attended at ono last July, has removed to Shrovo-Jlm- o vention for election of delegates to cannot ho conforred upon tho Board investigation and Ve havo tho vory best Red Top and gained much, popularity while visiting or another, and ono man has al- - port, La, Mrs .Williams formerly re, the State 'Convention shalf conduct created, but nftor ' ..,. t.woifrv thn frill rt will Rod Clover that cau be had. her aunt, Mrs. C. M. Crowo.and Judc ready told mo he would go this year sided here, where she has many that for the election of- . (iruiiui iu'i"i ' ' W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Now there is plenty ot room for friends. Crowe. '. guided in tho main by tho opinions j v ed ...'.... A'-to- n ' Man-zanll- lo - c ....... .... wn--sh- et Vice-Preside- as of-Ic- lal 17-1- ' ! 1 ., ....'..,,. - , lp - nt . H f su-ov- er , - as-we- ro ct ,,...! to-d- An-!ci- ty b-- J Jtl' wsm km wilson ON TREATY m SPLIT S&resulerit "Wants To Go To JPeoplx Peerless One 3ays No WMMirfton, t ( Jan. 9 President tJ1Iftrfrfti..declaion that the Lcaguo of n1)Mifi'.ls.sup should bo placed before dCuf'WKHfiri? jf It iff I si party, cannot bo ATTORNEY'S DUTY TO STOP Roiterates Refusal nlio country on the question, k. PROFITEERING 71 SAYS .HEINZ1 to Return for FoocS Via should accept such compromises Fight ""ius iKjy .bo poslblo" are tho twin Prose'cift'or Has ' NoTim&ta bo- nf tho conclave of party .Mtrctses Pleurisy pains nro located just K&P dUfcttalip, which found its climax in i0w the short ribs. Lumbago affects Answer Questions Concern? Ifowsni HeInr,.foAd tdmtotstrnfor Miuual Jackson Day dinner. tW renn'.vlvanla, in an interview witn the same region but. toward the hack. ing Action In Other. Cities C5ESMi3'.TRsldeiit's message to tho Ballard's Snow 'Liniment is tho remeTirrfU on from the sickroom in the dy in cither case. If rubbed in thor His power iu muuix With tie housewives- cf tll 1fF3t! "House nnd read to the diners, oughly it eases pain, relaxes tho mus -!araorin for direct, Tlroroui "6 mention of a third term!cies nntl ti10 patient can move about V :. ,1.- tc :i ...f-- .t uftuiusb iuc iuou guugcra, wiium lir Winself and no announcement of freely and comfortably. Price 25c, ittorney cencral. hold responsible undcrnousW can 3$m ponding retirement to private 50c nnd $1.00 per bottle. Sold by meat of their children. Francis .Slvns ninny hail predicted it would Ohio County Drug Company. m Kane, United States district atid Il vr"i SZzjnn cckiiiK Nomination. upon me aiga cost declared yesterday ho was JiowerJ ! Otor. ntynn's .speech, taking definite . check rirofitteilc. DUKEHUHST. t&i' Mr. Kane complained bo 1 flbtr with :the President's decision 01 ' M bly hnndicapsd by the cstiro s'jstcia, of f jod KJw Jtxiiat Question, was accompanied ft. 1 & Mr. John Payne was' in Calhoun Cooke, formerly food admin fff'i mffitf" rsLtjUt,raent that ho was not speak- a. PhlladelDuia. torcorran!z on business. &.' tohfl refusal of Jay Ce&Vc. Mam b (candidate for the, presiden- - last week o tip PMIa- board. ThatyHj, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hoagland and "tlni awralnatlon. Many of the Demo- of publicity, ouste to ,, muiii ..'jWv'-"" little son spent from Friday until - -HscCrr ffllners freely said that portion profiteers, ha said. C" AMR.w',aAvo'id rcorpanlra the fatp Monday at Fordsvllle, the guests of . wafr.vlistlnct surprise tb them. 6fa But Howard HcinA r? Helnt expressed Slfi SRS 'Jwilny tho rank and file of tha Mr. J. T. Hoaglanil and family. tor for Pennsylvania,!- aa'J ffiffiW$rPi: t'"it 3rr Coak'ouraeo. yct Lo Miss Marie Thomas is visiting her Mr.. ICcae en that points Xfc'ssMw.Tatlc party, as well as. the iCt.TVvTWi'iJ afstiue mac . . sister, Mrs. V. C. Wade, of CromitMirr.'t riew with the PrjBLic Ledo over me 'ttewftrra throughout tho country, are Ii!lrTf toef if'Mtfr- 1m . rf(r.'iiki -- "-M.AWnit) lio f UViU. rntj1nx the opposite announcements well, tlthoush.he was'mskine cveryeffott load ui, .ii uu ueidfuiiuuiiaii not 10 at zjt 4wo national leaders and are of Mr. Willie Hardin delivered aweek. have, boards rV''.W.U,ej't:3 duties as fomJ cimlnN. tobacco in Owensboro, H1I3 Bttnasottiirs to assess their effect on (hat would not atti-'Mr. Tone Baughn moved to his & Ij.itjs fortunes at the nominating thorltics from their duly to stystftflet" sr is uvcr, s.iyi coauc uwiuUon which will be i,i.i 1.. ifir-- near here last week. Mr. Hook- profitecrlne. u , lJLxvS;. to,l ap is orr," said Mr. Coo!-?- . tiTJsft or Williams also moved to his farm The district nftorne-- r Mai-SVC.Francisco, June 2S and at the rj don't see why I should vome WW AJttCl- bought from Mr. W. P. Mld-kif- f. which he U..V MmH ext November. prove to rj.i;.- - lib of food adrainistritop. in cases oitVa-- . h$ afaoay political observers feel that Ids as distinct from profiteerinW!.U,: for that office durin- - th ,.- 1Mfc Ik ......1.1 . Clyde Park went to Owensboro Mr. c.hctdbcu itjub ib iuutu uu Mur Ifc is y9t too early to accurately cstl-2K- rt ii;e vresent situation may b an muicuit to prove violations. Monday. T ..!' St.'1 i tirwr. i ttio position in which the cleav-?- ? . Mr. Rene acknowledges that salxed' up ia it. If Mrs. DIcie McCann, of Evansville. tre inordinately hiii). Irnorins ttTveen the President and the i,Vk4. w.,uld rttiirn sad ek f crico of meats,, rejarciias which RobcVwtf HSwannost Democrat in private lh JL-- . Simmers, ccrent of tho Rfnfo Ponrfitx that would be a life visited her,parent3, Mr. and Mrs. C. Harms tho party. They feel that tho C. Hoover, of Clear Run, last week. uilrii (Hon must settlo down a little, Surgeons agree that in cases of ton tck must be taken and that cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the rjdnldn's of tho rank and file must first treatment is most' important. 4b u aranded. When an efficient .antiseptic lis apSentiment Seems Divided. Wiiuher the position of the two plied promptly, there Is no danger of begins to and msb, now definitely announced, Infection once. tho wound on man or heal at For use Jmanca a fight in the National reminiscent of the spectatular beast. Borozone Is the ideal antiseptic XroiLtein Baltimore in 1912 when Mr. and healing agent. Buy It now and rail at jExf-fz- i iorced .tho President's nomina-!tfitn.3ai- il be ready for an emergency. Price almost a nsa25c, 50c, ?1.00 and $1.50.Sold by reversed the traditional prac-Ui- ia U one tbG ' I IV S m Ohio County Drug Company. good time t the party conventions in givcpend an 9 ing a. jnennination to a candidate who LS.'n t!inrri shows. t& CLEAR HITS. &are plen r.a.Hr,ianled a majority, no party still kcMs together- UVi- i- pri-we can half-so- le ecausesd jiucon for lriti-- ' is willing tn jiredlct for publl- ifas and' i shoes. you Mr. Malcom Hoover's little son still big generous ral niep. Bat ior.'s ?i today. tee man tin jolliest old pipe tobacco sSfiiamont among the Democratlo was badly scalded l.ifii. week, by fallingever came Is troublr .enough.) into a .pan of hot wuer 'Tfeaiterii at-ihfamily. Jackson dinner aB RJ osiy wsy pike, Mr. Jimmie Bear, who is maklnjr old homestead. Hooray! chufl MJ9 to Id. 'their speeches seemed to jiby addluj aow7. Tl! Zh (U,iidHil between support of the his homo with his cousin, John SmiPeonJe ley, is sick. class arcs Good old . IJswdiBent's decision and Mr. Bryan's u ;3.ip. is still growing Velvet's fra? Mr. Harve Smith has sold his farm. lucky oni lOTO, tUf poaaJJon. while some of tho men who 1 Mrs. vgrant leaf. toKca 30' acres 50 acres to L. H. Bartlett; still ageing in the; wood. Velvet's alxnt '"iii'lhe list of nominating caster nv, ctommo. to Ellis Bartlett and 50 acies to C r bat tha hits us touch on tho subject as smooth mellow mild lioul fit. table for ever was. W. Trogdon. at- :yfc. U) ilftnWn m a wv quality's Mr. J. G. Stewart has sold his farm Jem, toojf tlwre ?en It as 13. anems agreed that Mr. Bryan's same. end suit J to Mr. Malcom Hoover. iirttDiuerit that the treaty should bo will tat lit cold oe Mr. Jess Taylor is very sick. Drs. thittUIuc! compromises as Takernkttted with such "cost" ri',. cau-i"high cost of living" Pendleton and Taylor wore both at Ivould th? Jrfif juMtf fe possible will give a tramen- earth not liviaff. bedside Monday. do you get? "high living" of course. ' Well, sir . af. Ek3 irait--ra- s to the movement which his lis iDpor- News has been received by relatney re v cauviac x. sfconflVlr liah been going on In tho un- Velvei does. f rjs wh 3 e United tives that Philander Trogdon, former OpiDlOQ pa of sold sifunkrrents of iho Senate for a get- - ly of this place, but now of Owensnow. . Irro- SKUPjAVier in which tho 2 don't boro, is very ill of lung trouble ap like Joe says: iMMMJftoftilDs of the treaty without is not expected to recover. roc that I'tbij bol. United over the rtsitirratlons 'whatever may 'find sCr pie at Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bartlett w. years. ''Anybody .1. camBTnoii ground ami' Join with the tell you. how tiiiifcs. J, u n .few have moved Into our community. Velvet costs. onlv azy odtn BC." iaBrt roservatlonlsts 'in putting They occupy the house on the land I yo' old pipe cents a tell not be Velvet is worth." Jtbasftli the covenant. that peojj Harve recently purchased of Mr. 'beck' to rAfb-'tdtfn- t Wilson's reiteration that tnink 0 should .Smith. you can There's goodness knows how es up to Vi3tuc-rabo no responslbile objection ;m there. Mr. Owen Wells has sold his house M"- niany pipe loads in every tin D ttrir iitoerpreiations to "say what the u cirty M and lot at Union Grove, to Lennlo of Velvet. Or if you want the tA AaGg4iT'vcCtjcAr,,lo6-- t nomical cnAwbltKiU muaiilng of the League is,' CT Bartlett. (bosltuil mildest cigarette ever there's it srssloa it m thought liy somo of those on Mr. Lonnle Wade has made arthat' I 45 big ones in every tin. consider teotfe Wes of tho contest, may spoed jro whcrtll rangements to llvo on the Fuuua ' cavern. seems ton anorumunt. h rot of year. prices farm this I. B iredny b do f J tti)ilo Acrepls Cliullcnsu Mr. James Hicks has rented Jilts Juit uo nt retail ahesuuor Lodge, the Republican Lizzie H.oagland's farm for this house is about as difficult as epy othcrll i :'rlUnu.i raus loan tuTbTeTSr N , ta5:! w-I- c MOli that t??t.'oa Had ta.':r:( 'Vxt-- ' unUiiiv rata?, nnd foremost in Hio fight yoar. icow of. n.x ibe'ooil atf&mat ratification of- tho treaty uf o which it is con- Ht ruhcjrvatloiis 'J'ho Hot Cough Medicine. ratlfiactfon, did not deter the Demo- day in tho Senato. They began ba tho Democrats to putlho'rCsorvatfons will "Amerlcanlzo" it, takes When a druggist finds that his TREATY OUTLOOK cratic senators from offering to go a soon as the Senate session opened and hru. Thoj; told i, wk31y opposite view and has customers all speak weil of u ctrtaln tho Republicans taat m. long way In tho direction of compro- wore continued lonjj; after tho hour of tho iormal Htntoment declaring picpara'tlon, ho forms a good opinion sontlmont lu favor of reservations t)Mrt hn President's message niakas adjournment. Senator Lodgo discuss- among tlio Democrats IS LESS GLOOMY mising. f It and when in need of such a mediwas growing riupiiiJllili tho hope that tho Senate Senator Curtis, Republican whip, ed tho treaty with Senators Lonrool, and that there Is almost cortain to use itililm- cine would bo a considerof declared that in his opinion tho Dem- SlcNary and Underwood, nnd there able safce'i compose its differences Jselt and In his family. This is why ocrats will yield to tho essential pro- woro conferences also in which Sen- voto number of Democrats who would pMkui nnd ratify the treaty far strong many druggists use and recomso toy tho principles sot forth in Compromise As visions or tho Lodgo reservations and ators Swanson, Hitchcock, Moses, though they mightreservations oven bo too strong to mend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Hope For that tho treaty will' be ratified next Froliifghuyson and Colt participated. suit tho Prosident. :ttu iteitrteen reservations." Democrats Shown New J. B. Jones, n well known druggist of A.SI atM'Oul to tho people at tho polls, week. "Mild" Group Sends Scouts. Cubrun, Ky., says, Attitude 'rti?topiibllcaii Senato leader declur-m- C Chamberlain's Cough "I have Inused . To Yield Slightly. my Remedy Tho "mild resorvatlonlsta" sent Lamo hack may como rrom overla. Vis Btatumeut, wonld to him bo family Senators Leuroot, Colt and others Senators Colt, McNary and Lenroot work, cold settled in tho musclos of for the past sevon years, nnl cordially wolcoiuo." nH4. havo found It to bo tho best cough of tho "mild reservation" group to talk things over with Senator tho back, or from dlseaso. In the , a Dy James K. Nourso. among the Republicans wero equally Lodge, and afterward they conferred two former cases tho right remedy, is nr medicine I liavo over Known." ( Mltr llvur loses its activity at times with Senators McKellar and Kendrlck Ballard's Snow Liniment. Washington. Jan. 10. Numerous confident. It should antt needs help. Horbino Is an GIULS ARE BRANDED. Senator Lodgo, in his conference Democrats, who prepared tho resorva-- . bo rubbed In thoroughly ovor tha nf- conferences between tho opposing also purl-Wtllvur stimulant. It Mdeiin the treaty fight In tho Senate with Democrats and Republicans tlons which are said to havo been fected part, tho relief will bo liromnt Ota bowels, strengthens dlges-tlii.Vot n further evidences of Turkish alike, refused to make any concession sponsored by Mr. Dryan., In tho lat- and satisfactory. Prlco 2Bc, COc nnd rostores Rtrength, vigor und brutality is afforded by Dr. Wilfred today strengthened the hopes of those nd who believe that by a compromise of on tho reservation on Article X, but ter conference Senator Colt inquired $1.00 por bottlo. Sold by Ohio CounsdujHrtal spirits. 1'ilco COc. Sold by M. Post of Princeton University, reregdrvntlons ratification of tho treaty It is understood ho will not oppose a of Senators McKellar and Kendrlck ty Drug Qo. m 111 Ob&i County Drug Co. cently returned from Constantinople. will bo possible. slight modification of the preamble how many Democratic votes they rs 9 Armenian girls and women who fell MUTINY OX TRANSPORT. Administration senators showed a and a redrafting of the Lenroot reser- would be able to'dollvor for tho reCKItAIA'O. Into tho hands of tho Turks wero In- disposition to mako greater conces- vation on the equality of voting. servations In. the event tho "mild Tho transport America returning delibly branded upon tho face as a sions to tho Republican leaders than adopted them. They from Franco with Further than this, it Is understood mombors of the He wnd Mrs. Garland Moore, of sign of tho acquired Mohammedan-la- they havo manifested nt any time Senator Lodgo will not go, and his wero advised to mako a canvass of Amorlcan peace mission aboard,- Now with their release through ilnco tho fight began. WHtc Hrunuh, wero the guests of ndvlco to the Democrats is that they tlnj Democratic membership and as orougnt in seven membors of its allied Intervention comes the serious Moore's alitor, Mrs. Will The fact that they might . bo will havo to accept the reservations certain just how many would support Crew in Irnna -- . " Tl. "u Huro cnurgqu Saturday until Monday. Inquiry ns to how such marks may brought to nn acceptance of tho Lodgo with theso modifications, again tho Dryan Idea. or , 4 with mutiny, as tho nrnw i.i i.u Hill, of near horo, in he romovod without disfigurement. reservations ,wlth slight modifica- witndss the failure of tho resolution TltUm Tirai Senators McKellar and Kendrlck what are believed to bo professional rstfcwkillng school at Hartford. Dr. Post appeals to tho scientific tions, which would nie&u that the of ratification. explained they thought it would bo agitators, had been rebellious slnceLU. ' President would rofuso to. accept tho Mr Owen J onus, of tho steamer, world for suggestions. Conferences wero the order of the possible to go onough votes among beginning its vovaco fcFlEtctit A3iii.T;umocratlc nnJ a "solemn referendum" Vaillxnn J. Uryan's contention 11 'friB Howling Green, Is nthomo with his paronts, Mr. and Mrs. P. Jones. Mrs. J. M. Cartor has returned homo, nftcr spending sevoral clays with relatives near McIIonry. Mr. Van House, who has been living near here, has moved to Cromwell. Mr. Grovor Brown has gone to Arkansas. Miss Mary Ethel Everly spoilt from I Tiiisjlnv with her R.ilnrilnv until cousins, Misses Hazel nnd Gladys Everly, of Hockport. Mr. Silas Brown has moved Into the house vacated by Mr. Van House. Mrs. Bob Taylor Is very low of tuberculosis, at this writing. Miss Mcta Hill has returned to her homo near here, after spending some time with her aunt, at Millport. CTMWUlJMlWillJa.llUXIlUalAWMJIWWWllM! tT"S?W ,JPIW.III I IIPPMMWMWWIUMNMI SREGULATQRY-FOOD IMMIilKUO ran ncni AD ro ULULMIILO HE IS POWERLfSS Great Quantities of Food Seized by Federal Agents in Big Cities TrNDrEATTOVH of th real nuach bi the high cost of living were given) cities. White Attorocr General ,Paln committee that ha Intended to pr higher prices than those lifted word camo from CblcAsoi St. quantities of foodstuffs by fede proceed under the food control Jn Chicago 12K2 tubs of by 2S4.1S0 pounds of eoaco, and in Birmingham 100 barrcV oj2ia JiVi5i,;'0", 56- .. 10 CHECK GOUGERS xws2?r,vr;; " """ riiiTrrr Ait.?. 14. . . "'. POWER IS NEEDED HOWARD HEINZ S& .:1 Handicapped by 'Cooke's Refusal to Reorganize Wartime o Board, He Says. Fair-Prlc- SW &, W' Boards Will Wsolve H. C7 1. Problem, Administrator 'xgfegg. . TO AID PALMER; PROF w PB$KCooko - :T for-th- e &K!mf'"ur1' !lWiWVnlc' ' 'MPt :',:. "---- 3t r (jfiKc j :. filr-prle- J ty K- JlV'vcW.VV 0icW'f i7t;, " ' TV"fccie. ; jit M-r- air-pri- relieve'-the-eder- p ?wH '' ". ,.lt.,.l .1'JI h-- W,' .t'.id wi J - e !!' AST season's suit our And of the without mortgaging the Kentucky can and buy a that down the 1 just - - Velvet and and as it there and the quantity's just the the out the cf We're honest The Why, and what that's what ft It's Velvet -- can much can yen how much But CL. I .b u - t IsTSST??? tJmtxwrorSf." offiuriftlaubiSttol ' "pro-ttiuta- tt. m ' m. t Bur-.Irii- m Vt r ' .- - '"'tw mmr -- JaPr ztTm csm s2vt ? -- i. f j -- ja . jr i!uUM ! a CHRONOLOGY OF AND t POINTS IN TREATY Nov. 11, 1D18 Armlitico signed and hostilities ceased. Jan. 18, 1919 1'eaco conforonco opened in Paris,' May 7 Treaty handed to German p ; ; MW 'r j 'Iff ' "'f.'3fc If' Sti '. f-w- f &. il 'if"ijj Pt"- jl,i n- - representatives. Juno 28 Treaty signed nt Versailles and President Wilson sails for home. Ont of ttrtimnlntrd capital harp risen nil the ftirrrftnei of industry and applirri crfnr,a.ll he romforti ami melioration of the common lot, (Jponil the world must depend lb proctu of rctuntUuction Id which tl have to irure. 2' Jufy treaty. July 9 PrpcMqiit Ehcrt, of , signs tho bill to ratify tho Gor-mnn- y, JSlifev ' fr -J- AMES J. HILL '.'i: .The Successful Farmer Raises Bigger Crops ; and cuts clown costs by investment in labor-savinmachinery. jssr- g v President Wilson addressed Sennto nnd presented treaty, urging speedy ratification. July 31 Great Britain, by royal assent of the king, ratifies tho treaty after It has duly passed" tho three readings in each House of Parlia10 If you want to know what rare and unusual enjoyment Camels provide smoke them in comparison with any cigarette in the world at any price ! are a cigarette revelation any consider them! Take quality, or refreshing flavor and fragrance; or, that wonderful mellow-mil- d smoothness you never before got in a cigarette smoke Yet and so Camels are so you marvel that so much delight could be put into a cigarette I Camels expert blend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos makes them so irresistibly appetizing! And, the blend explains why it is possible for you to smoke Camels liberally without tiring your taste! You will prefer Camels to either kind TBl 31 CAMELS ment. July ty. Sept. Oct. 31 Aug 20 2 Poland ratifies tho treaty Uelglum ratifies tho trea- -- Good prices for the farmers' crops encourage new investment, more production and greater prosperity, i But the success of agriculture depends on the growth of railroads the modern beasts of burden that haul the crops to the world's markets. The railroads Ijkc the farms increase their output and cut down unit costs by the constant investment of new capital. With fair prices for the work they do, the railroads are able to attract new capital for expanding their facilities.. Rates high enough to yield a fair return will insure railroad growth, and prevent r.--sj- ' Slam ratifies tho treaty. Kinu of taly ratifies tho treaty by royal decree. Oct. 10 Five Urltlsh dominions having completed ratification, Groat Britain completes full ratification l for British Empire. Oct-- 1 11 French Sonato ratifies treaty, previously ratified by French Chnmbcr October 2. Nov C Tho supreme council Issues a protocol with which Germany must comply before thoy promulgate tho treaty. by Japan Dec. 26 Ratification voted by parliament Oct. 30, and by ministry, Is completed today by imperial notification to tho Paris conference, Jan. 10, 1920 German's acceptance .of protocol and exchange at ratification will complete treaty 7 ' I full-bodi- ed ( ',' : jl jjii' i Smokers realize m S that the value Is in n the cigarettes: and da not expect premiums or coupons k & F B Ji pi i'i of tobacco smoked straight! rih',' $ i j1 j jji t 'T Ijjl", i ' j Ili Camels are told fveryvvher in tcterttifieaUy seared pack ajfe of 20 ct&arette, or packages (200 cigarettes) in a tn ,1 ( itIa$inepapercoveredcarton, m 11$ i ki jjj t fjv" , ' We tron(lv recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel You'll realize pretty quick, too, that among the many reasons you smoke Camels is their freedom from any unpleasant ciga-rett- y aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor ! ifc' pii nr Once you know Camels you won't take much stock in premiums, coupons or gifts I You'll prefer Camel quality! R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wimton-Snlem- , N. C. costly traffic congestion, .which invariably results in poorer service at higher cost. National wealth can increase only as our railroads grow. Poor railroad service is dear at any price. No growing country can long pay the price of inadequate transportation facilities. . aliib advertisement id.. published byiliz SJMociaUoihfailwau xeadlveA, Those desiring information concerning the railroad may attain literature by uriting to The Aisocia-Ho- n of llailtcay Executizes, Gl Broadway, Xew York. $ , I s.itlon during tlfelr attendance on the sessions and tho attorney general holds that tho word session includes LAW MUST STAND whatever Sundays ond holidays that may occur during tho period." "Of ourse," said Mr.' Dawson, "tho J session can't contlnuo-'ovo- r sixty leg Attorney General Decides islative days exclusive of Sundays and holidays. Unless this meaning is givDepartment Can't Give en to tho word session, and if it he Increases. hold that io word session refers to each day that tho General Assembly is meeting, It would follow that if each member could travel to his homo Frankfort, Ky., Jan. to an inquiry from II. E. James, and back botween each day's meet-- I Btuto Inspector ami examiner, Attor- Jng of tho General Assembly that ho ney General Dawson held that tho 'could collect his mileago for each heads of tho various departments of trip." Any momber of tho General Asthe state havo no authority to chnngo salaries of assistants fixed hy statute. sembly, however, who falls to attond Tho question arose In construing cer. without a good efxeuso, Is not entitled tain sections of tho lludgot Appropr- to his por diem and his pay should bo roduced accordingly, In tho opinion of iation Commission statute.' Attorney General Dawson held that tho nttornoy General. no department has tho right to em$100 Reward, $100 ploy any holp or to oxpond any money bo this paper Tho other than that sot forth and asU'd pleased readers of that there Is willleast to learn at for in tho estimato submitted to too one dreaded disease that science has able to cure In all its stages and commission. Tho amount requested been Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly that by each department should ho classiconditions' influenced by constitutional according to its purpose, Attorney requires constitutional treatment. Hall's fied Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and General Dawson said, such as salaries, acts thru the Blood on the Mucous Sur-- 1 of the operation, supplies, re , facesfoundation System thereby destroying maintenance, of the disease, giving tho the patient strength by building up the conpairs and pormanont Improvements assisting nature In dolng"lts stitution and If tho purpos.0 of nny department Is work. Tho proprietors have so much of the curative to use moro monoy than was ap- j' faith in Medicine thotpowers offerHall's Ono they Catarrh propriated in tho preceding' year tho Hundred Dollnrs for any case that It fails to cure, Bend for list of testimonials. reason for the incroasod appropriaAddrtss P. J. CHKNBY & CO., Toledo. I tions should ho set out In detail, ho Ohio. Sold hy all nrucglst. 7iic. SALARIES SET BY . !lj .. Compels' Germany to accept man' ;.ii V4!'i " i j- SiV'l"" " '., ",. ."!. i. I r "I Nations, but lei dates of tho League-oMl' '1l iliqt 'u ' ' J mi ' xlenles her membership until she proves' worthy. Reduces German army to 100,000"-- . 'subscriber, who signs his name "I0. ,,ient Reduces navy to few' coast de- - Everyone," says: "Dear Editor: Your bill for tho fento essels and no submarines. Prohibits making war materials last subscription received and "I, f'.r thefollowing reasons, am unable to ' including poison gas. Forces dismantling of Heligoland, send 'ou a check Just now- - 1 have been held UP held down, sandbagged, ' row accomplished. on- - flattened out nnd squeez-.ncrc- e Opens German rivers to allied ed, first by the United States govern- . Provides for trial of Kaiser nn'l "J11 for federal war tax, the excess j-1other violators of International law. Prnt fax tho Liberty Loan bonds, v Aessesses an Indefinite indemnity, tho capital stock tax, auto tax, mer-a- s as qhe can nav. on Germany, chants' license, brokers' license and larrs by overy society and organization that te jv-i-- . i with initial payment of 20,000,000 Jinventivo mind can Invent to extract, it'itfflS . 000 marks. Takes away about 35,000 square what I may or may not 'possess. "Th.o government has so governed ' mllos of German territory, including my business that I do not know who with Us valuable u- - I am inspected, suspected, trans-tov-'Iron ore, and Gorman-Polanexamined, required and fers control of tho Saor Valley wit'i to France, distributes Ger- - commanded so 1 do not know who I its coal man colonics "hniong tho allied pow am or. wuy 1 am nere, " Sh! What would happen "All I know is I am supposed to" ers, and transfers about half her to me if I were your kid? be an incxhaustable supply of money! lands to othnr crudo Well, if you're not acquainted for every human need, desire or hops i sovereignties. with Calumet Bakings you of the human race, and because I ; don't know what a good ex-- , Provides for occupation of Rhino 1 "ave and go out and cuse I have. Can't Help zone nnd parts of Germany.until trei.-- 1 w' not B11 aU Helping Myself they're so borrow or steal money to give ly condlUons on reparation are good Good for me too, beaway i navo oeen cusseu, discussed, cause Calumet Bakings are Cillod. wholesome and easily digested. Compels German 'aid for rebuilding boycotted, talked to, talked about, Millions of mothers use lied to, lied about, hold up, robbed regions. devasted and nearly ruined, and the only reaDrest-Litoj- k . Germany abrogates son I nm clinging to life is to seo treaty. what in H 1 is coming off next." BAKEHG POWDER Provides for evacuation of becauscofitspurity because and holding of plebl.t. it always gives best results and la cite to determine Its nationality. economical in cost nnd use." Calumet contains only such FOR FLETCHER'S nttredisnts as have bssn ap. ' i f H. t ! . , , com-iwalk- il ' ' !l M tt MiC-S-S .1. e pKXNSSae!jI For Weak. Wonteni In m rr .t' useforov'4(j8ar22' Alsace-Lorrain- e, d; ns I fuN."' 1 Thousandsof voluntary letters from women,. tearing of the good Cardtii has done them. This. & the best proof oithe value: i of Cardui. It is a good, medicine for women. There are no harmful d?r crugs trs Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medfcmitl ingredients, with.' no bad proves-lhaj-Cardunaoit-iorming after-effects. ajEs Schles-wlg-Holste- ln TAKE CA$TO.RlA For Infants and Children Children Cry CASTO R A I SIXG SIXG GUARDS XOAV proved officially by the U. S. Food Authorities. Vou savo when tou buy It. lou savo ufteii you. use It. wuj-tirii- r 1 CARDS The Woman's Taiaer You can rely on Cardhi: Surely it will do for yoo what' it has done for thousands o! ctbes women! It should help-- , was taken sick, "I seemed to be . . . , writes Airs. Alary E. Vested, so-ma- In Use For Over 30 Years Always the Signature MUST "SIR" PRISONERS noiu,ii j. I TWS -- - Jan. "I beg your pardon," "permit me, sir," and other bits of courtesy aro to reign in tho administration of Lewis Lawes at Now York, Wfl XKW YORK SHOE MUX TO KKKP PRICES STABLE New York, Jan. 10 There will be no increase in tho prico of standard footwear In New York this winter or next spring, it was announced today after a conference of representative shoo dealors with Arthur Williams, Fedoral Food Administrator, to whom has boen assigned tho task of keeping down tho cost of tho necessities of life. To Tho i I)bieptlc. ! A Tho effect of this opinion will ha ' that tho heads of the dopni tuients, must hew strictly to tho lino of economy during this administration. Momhors of tho aonornl Assembly aro entitled to recolvo compensation for Sunday and holidays occurring during tho legislative session. Attor-- . ney General Dawson so doclded today in an opinion addressed to ,LJluurn Thelps, chief clerk of tho House of "Jield. , DUTCH PARLIAMENT ASKS KUKKKN'DKIt OK WUjIIKIjM Tho llaguo, Jan. 9 Tho first chamber of tho Dutch Parliament lias drafted and presented to tho Cablnot a momorandum suggesting thnt Holland request former Emperor Wil- TAXED, SQUEEZED, HE STILL HOLDS OX liam of aermany, to return to his own country. Monessen, Pa., Jan. 0. A, local Tho Government, howevor, docs not important. newspaper haa received. a unlquo constdor tho memorandum Representatives. from ono of Its subscribers to Th6 Government has firmly decided Tho constitution provides that tho whom a bill Was sent recently, Tho members aro to receive their compea- - that it will not surrender Wllhelm. i Would you not like to (eel that your stomach troubles are over, that you can eat any kind of food that you crave? Consider thon tho fact that Chamberlain's Tablets have cur led othors why not you? There are many who havo been restorod to health by taklrig these tablets and can now oat any kind of food that w thoy crave. Sing Sing prison. Tho now warden of tho Institution told keepers, guards and inmates at a meeting that in transactions between officers and Inmates courtesy will bo the rulp on both sides. After tho meeting ho shook hands with death-hous- o inmates. 4 AIUZOXA RIG COTTON STATE. Tho year 1919 saw 92,000 acres planted to long staplo cotton in Arizona. Although one-ha- lf balo to the aero is an estimated average, ono balo or oven more is not uncommon. It further develops upon investigation that cotton, like tho mesquite and the glla monster, is Indigenous to the state. of Madison Heights, Va. "I got down so weak could hardly walk . . just staggered around; I read of Cardui and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles i that time, and was able to-dmy work. 1 take it in the spring when" rundown. 1 hadjio appetitev and I commenced eating,. It is the best tonic I crcr ... LiMob OH! VII I FOR SALE! See! W aw." TryCardd. Jt,TWtmnmm Vf.wiwc All Druggists J. TO I Dr. M.M. Dexter DENTAL SURGERY Centertown, Ky. Offices Stoio. pver Morton's Drug Call Cumb. Phono 15. Bred Gilts and young Pigs. Pedigree furnished. LOYALL P. BENNETT, Route 7 Hartford, Ky. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Liberal aisortmant and full value paid Hide Goat 9 Uu MRS and mrntmm kWmm rrnL 1 TThe Hartford IMililislKMl Republican COMPANY Weekly by JIAllTKOItl) I'UINTIXO Incorporated AV. nml IJutliiew Manager. STIXSLKVlMllor safest ly speaking it is generally to follow tho lead of those who are frnn ahenherds of tho flocks ofOod. But in this particular lino of war- faro wo think wo seo a rather long and hard fought battle, thg winning of which might bo a victory "without peace." MIDWAY. "" H Entered according to law at the School nt this place, taught by Mrs. rostofflec, Hartford, Ky., as mall second class. Alice Faught, closed Jan. 3. Four matter of tho pupils of an enrollment of CO to attended every day. They wero Bos-sl- o all communications Address Mabolle and, A'clma Langley, The Hartford Republican. Shoulders and Juanltn Faught. Tho entertainment given on tho night of XOTICB TO SUBSCRIBERS paper sent December 24th, was largely attended, Subscribers .desiring the to n new address must give tho old and seemingly enjoyed by nil.' address In making the request. Sunday school still continues to Business Locals and Notices 10c meet, with M. F. Faught Superintenper lino for each adper line, and Sc dent and Miss Violet Loney Secy. ditional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Mrs. J. D. Autry received a mes-sag- o of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for yesterday that tho Infant child each head lino and signautre, money of her sister, 'Mrs. Harris, of Term in advance. Church Notices for services free, Haute, Ind., who is visiting her Mothbut other advertisements, lc per er. Mrs. AVaddle, of Bennetts, had word. weeks' illness. will died after a few Anonymous communications Leo Edward, infant son of Mr. ami no attention. Tccelvc Mrs. Garfield Rowe, has pneumonia. Little Miss Mary Langley, who has TELEPHONES been sick, Is Improving. 59 Farmers Miltual Mr. Barney Hocker and family vis123 Cumberland ., ited Mrs. Hocker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maples, of Bennetts, recently JANUARY 10 FRIDAY Roy Rqeder, of near Mr. and-MrCentertown, wero guests of Mr. and It seems' that Milwaukee has re- .Mrs. AV. D. Ross, Sunday. solved to maintain her reputation for Mr. L. Howard, of near Colhour--. it bo via the Ber-g- hna nnrolmspd tho farm of Mr. E. Q. fame, even thou-jCoopeTr, nnd has moved with his fam route. ily to same. Mr. Cooper has boujlit Saturday witnessed the finishing property In McIIenry. touches to' tho ratification of peace Singing every Sunday afternoon between Germany and all the Allied with MK'A. T. Bishop, leader. Powers, with the exception of the U. ' Thero are several cases of mumps S. A., and if we wait no longer on in this community. --- " that than we did to enter the war, will be acDUKEIIURST peace with Germany complished within about three years. Miss Lula Hoover, of Owensboro, tho arrived here last week to spend the A'ictor Berger's raps upon shield of the outer door of the Hall3 remainder of the winter with her of Congress the second time for ad- parents at Clear Run. mission took him no further than the Henry Johnson, an aged colored s. When the ballot was man, died at his home near here, last p. m. spread on his acceptance, it showed Thursday, about-1:3that all of the balls were white but Messrs. M. H. Combs, Tarvin about three or four hundred. In and J. F. Smith spent the week fact only six white cubes were found end in Owensboro. Mrs. Artie Miller happened to a in his favor. very painful accident last Friday, To read the editorial in our es- while on her way to Hartford on the teemed contemporary on the question M. H. & E. train in an attempt to of A'ictor Berger's second ousting rise from her scat, as the train near- from Congress one would think there ed the station and was thrown back was butone vote for him and that one ward against the seat. Causing paina Republican. AVhen in fact there ful injuries. MT. C. M. AVhobrey and family were six, three democrats and three Republicans.. Mann, a Republican, will move to Rockport, next week, to gave his reasons none of which do make their future home. we agree with but not one otthc There have been a few cases of proved man enough. chicken pox reported in this comDemocrats AVhose children will they bo after munity, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Joe E. Park, of Ow this? ensboro, arrived here Saturday night, "All the world Is at peace with to be .the guest of 'their son, for a Germany except the United States short time. Suppose oacli .of the other allied F. Cornell and son, of Mr. A countries hud possessed a Lodgev Franklin, are here for a few days with AVouidn't this old world have been their family. in a fix?" Hartford Herald. And Mr. J. E. Hendrlx made a business Nvhat would have happened if all trip to Owensboro AA'ednesday. o- nations had possessed a AVoodrow - BALD ICNOIJ. A'Jlson, and each of those nations should have sent that AVoodrow AVil-so- n to make peace? AVe doubt It some very bad AA'e aro having they would have agreed before tho weather and a greet deal of sickness. , second coming of the Savior. Mr. Harb Smith returned home from Louisiana Sunday. havThe Highest Court in the land Mrs. Oma Cook and children visited ing upheld the A'olstead, war-tim- e Mr J. M. Leach Sunday. prohibition act, the manufacture and Mr. Arthur Leach, who has been sale of any sort of connoctlon con- n service for some time, now. of one taining more than one-ha- lf Mrs. OHvo Taylor, of this place per cent of alcohol, is therefore ille- went to seo her father at Prentiss, gal. Thus that chapter Is ended. last Sunday. He is ver sick. About all we have to do now is to The mumps are awfully thick hers sit steady in the boat and watch for now. the flow of briny tears from the eyes Mrs. Martha Leach, who has been of tho lean growing brewers when tho ill, is no better at this writing. gets through Court of last resort Thero is qulto a bit of moving with tho constitutionality of the going on hero now. The renters movprohibition act. ing into their new homes and pre1920 crops. of paring for their Association Tho Ministerial Sunday is our regular meeting Louisville, is making a strenuous day. Every one como out. fight to have tho Theaters and places -- . closed on Sundays, of amusement LIVIA, ROUTE 2. under what is commonly termed tho "Old Blue Law." For the enforceBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Stement of tho act there Is right good wart, on tho 10th, a girl. argument, both pro and con. Tho Mr. AVilllam Mayflold and son. A'icCity Officials say that tho law must tor, of Red Hill, spent Saturday not bo half enforced, but ,tha whole night with Mr. nnd Mrs. James May-fiel- d. route must bo traveled, which would closo out tho publication of all Sunis very ill with Mr. James day nnd Montlay indrnlng newspapers pneumonia. Bartlett as now issued and hundreds of other Soveral from here attended the places now allowed tq operate. For musical entertainment nt Mr. Cbarllo thousands of people living tho city Hoover's Saturday night. 1110, mill puryuu ueiiuiiuuiB uiun May Mosloy, of this Ova Mis their personal' and dolly efforts f".r place, and Mr. Hobart Hoagland, of the living of themselves and famllle. Hartford, Route 3, were married at there is no tlmo for, recreation and Hartford, Saturday, Jan., 10th, The relaxation, excopt it bo upon the writer joins in wishing them a long Sabbath. It is questionable whether and happy life. tho law would tho enforcement of Mr. James Mayfield spent Sunday uonoflt the churches or not. AVo do with Mr. and Mrs. Lewis French. denot know whether tho ministers Mr. Sylvester Clark, of Hartford, sire tho law enforced with tho idea R. F. D. No. 7, spent Friday night that moro poqple would bo brought to with Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark. attend religious worship, or purely for 4 the satisfaction of upholding tho ESTRAYEI) enforcement, the violation of law's Ono red Steer Calf, about ono year which carries with it no apparent disorder or abrogation of tho rights of old. Liberal roward. F. D. TICHENOR, others. AVe would not attempt to say Horton, Ky. that tho Ministers aro wrong. Moral- - 27t2p er ante-room-t- Geo. Delker Buggies car load of the original Geo. Delker Buggies, all new models and thev are some beauties, too. You, that want a new buggy, cannot We have a go wrong by getting one of these Reliable Delker Buggies When you own one of these buggies you have a gear that is made of selected hickory, strongly ironed and braced, and in the body you get a poplar panelnot a gum panel body, like a number of buggy faptories are selling you now. We all know that there is no wood that will take oil and paint and hold a finish like poplar. This is why we say you cannot go wrong in buging a George Delker Buggy.. well-seasoned, See Our Line and Compare Quality and Prices Before Buying ACTON BROTHERS HARTFORD, - KENTUCKY SflB9l9ISBHHHHHBHHHH8HIHHHHBHHflIHHHnE9H3SBHHBiHHHHK BEADS ODDLY STRONG (By I. D. Claire.) The tide of time plays some stranee parts in tho varying fortunes of mo r. More than twenty years ago Al Anderson and myself were pleasantly rssoclated together as editor and compositor of the Hartford Republican and now, after a lapse of a score nt vonra wn hiivn resumed ,a similar relation on tho Owepsboro Messenger. from car windows, and his magntU-ciedescription of those scenes kindled my smouldering embers of memory to a sweepI saw ing, roaring conflagafion. again, In fancy, the great white mountains rise in sheer massl.encss d peaks wero until their blue. Tin lost in the everlasting frowning faces of the cliffs, carved by sun and wind ana frost and rain, daring, yet inviting mo approach, overwhelmed man enchanting grandeur. High with their up among those mountain crags I heard the deafening scream of t.ie H maddened eagle as it winged anxious way to the attack of tin stealthy serpent approaching the nP3t of its helpless young. I saw abov-- j hoso towering hills the evening storm 61oud tear along, and heard the deaf ening thunder roll from peak to neak. while the sheeted lightning flung Its blazing folds about the scene. But in a moment of calmer memory I heard the whispered rhythm of a thousand tiny streamlets as they trickled from the mnui.talti's side, and from a quiet covo, remo i from the beaten paths of men, I sa.v wreaths of smoke curling lnzlly upward toward tho mountain sky. At". hero was hope that at last was found the glad oasis. where Fluke so seductively said, "The spirit of corn was forever stilled." Yes, yes, dear Fluke, when the old gang roll is called for the mountain trip, I'll be nt nine.-cappehigh-reachi- 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. r After reading that prison editorial in the Republican last woek I called up Governor Morrow and warned him. at tho peril of my support for vice- president, not to appoint the editor of the Republican warden of the penitentiary. I told him that with so many warehouses around tho A'al-lBanks I was llahle to break In I mean tho penitentiary well, yes, and that I was too, tho warehouse unwilling to have such a strict official reign over me. I told the Guv. that after reading that editorial, and thinking of the editor as a possible warden, I saw visions of dungeons spiked chairs, straight jackets, cat o' nlnetalls and various and sundry other instruments of torture, and for goodness sake not to make Tins warden. or We Have 25 Coat Suits At the following prices: $26.50 Coat Suits, now $28.50 Coat Suits, now $30.00 Coat Suits, now $32.50 Coat Suits, now $35.00 Coat Suits, now, $42.50 Coat Suits, now. , Governor Morrow's stand for a nonpartisan judlaclary is meeting with universal approval, and it is almost cortaln tho present session of the general assembly will make it legally possible for candidates for Judicial offices to run upon their merits rather than as candidates of a political parof ty. If this occurs the Judge Slack and Commonwealth's Attorney Smith will, if they are candidates, almost certainly occur The records of these officials in this the most important court of tho district, are justly appreciated. I feel no small measure of .personal pride to observe with what respect and esteem my former neighbor and Claude Smith, Is regarded in Owensboro where tho most important prosecutions of the district fellow-townsma- there. Como In and get v $21.50 23.50 24.50 26.50 27.50 32.50 your sharo of meat quick, if you don't it will all be gone. J. AVILLIAMS. A. WANTED NOW e AA'o aro looking for a representative In this county; a man wide-awak- . : n, occur. gambling evil to tho vanishing point, when other agencies including other clrcTiit courts had failed to pivtect the city against these evllr- Gee! But Fluke waxed elegont in describing that trip of tho old "Ang-lor- " orowd to tho mountains net u,.rini i have seen most of tho Kentucky mountains that ire susallo ridding the city of tho honos vof prostitution and of reduciug the He Is given Just credit for who is willing to work anu "maKO good," tp sell our VITAPLASTIC waterproof roofing, light and heavy, house paints, Iron and wood preserving paints flno enamels, lubricating oils and gretses for autos and tractors, high grado machlno oils and a gen oral lino of our VITAPLASTIC products direct from our factory to tho consumer. THE QUALITY BRANDS CO. Cleveland, Ohio. I,ouls I). Singer Ktato Agent, Box 0, Harrodhburg, Ky. I will bo. hero shortly and If you are looking for an opportunity llko this, write to mo at onco so I can arrange to see you when I am here. Men with rigs or Fords preferred but not absolutely necessary. Don't fail to see these if you are in need of a Coat Suit. Carson -. (& Co. Hartford, Kentucky. i 9 Mr. nnd Mrs. Orvlllo TIclienor, of Ilccln, visited the family of Mr. L. U. TIclienor Sunday and Sunday night. r STRAY STREAKS (Dy Fluko McFIuko.) O I Fl I H For Friday and Saturday we will 4iave on sale at Special I 8 -- ::::::si' vl 11 - Reduce Mr. Luthor Uanlol, of near town, visited his brothers, Anthony and Co-r- ll Missus BIfkhead says sho knows Daniel, In Akron, Ohio last tvel:. sho has tho awfullest tlmo of any fralHvoman In this wholo community, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Logan havo that It k)pi hor everlastingly patchMr. Logan ing trying to mond from Lexington. Ernest's ways. had boon under trcatmont In a Hospital thoro for several weeks, and It As hereinbefore stntod, everything much Improved. in this column is original, now and true, unless otherwise This anMr. VIrgll Stevens, of Littleton, nouncement Is mado every four years Colo., vlHited relatives nnd friends Tor the benefit of now subscribers and hdre, and near town n few days this children. week. Mr. Stevens will start for homo the first of tho coming week. We like tho sermons being delivered up at tho Methodist Church, tho LOST Ono army Overcoat, Jan. singing and music is But if 1., between tho resldenco of T. H. a d usher must stand In Mack and Jnines King, or on road front of us during the, services, may to farm of S. O. Kcown. he be more so. o. bow-legge- Hello, Friends! We are now in our New Stone Building. TBa. greatest year's business in our history is just behirnS us, for which we are truly thankful. Our system "More goods for less Money," and no expenses far credit, delivery or high-price- d bookkeepers is what! does the work.'' The race is on now for a still bigger business this year. Tiy us and see the differences Your credit is NOT as good as cash. If you think: so try to borrow some money at the Bank for even a short 30 days without interest and let us know hcrw much you get WE WANT TO KNOW. At this?, time of the year we have some short lots to close out at less than market prices. You just get the good. that's all. No big sale bills. 5 1 .;. WA1TMAN DROOKS, i'4 4 I F 1 1 d I I jSfjiCio ti m Bi"W tfq n ci iP The 'Hartford FRIDAY. Republican .IANIURY 10 1, PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS poultry. We pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & UKQ. Rev. Chester Stovens Is spending the week here with his family. Mrs. B. E. Ulrkhead went to Louis- villo, Tuesday, returning Wednesday. Mr. Rowan Holbrook, temporarily in Owensboro, spent last week-en- d here. Beaver Mr. Robert Jackson, Dam, left lastivcek end for Akron, Ohio. of Mr. S. M. Doxtor and Miss Ruth NTIchenor, of Centcrtown, spent Monday here. ' : Mrs. Isaac Foster and Mrs TIco Burns were in Owensboro, shopping, Tuesday. Miss Ruth Godsey, of Kronos, Is spending the week here, the guest of .Alias Marlon Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Charlio Carpenter are father nnd mother to a wet girl, born Sunday. now- Mrs. E. L. Ashloy rvisited Mr. und of Davvson Wrs. Ernest Wilson, Springs, this week. ' spent last week end hero wJth her ulster, Miss Marttne. Mrs. L. P. Foreman has recovored itrom an attack of pneumonia, and .will soon be out again. Miss Mattlo Luce, of Goshen, has returned home after spending two weeks hero with friends. Miss Maurlno Taylor, of Cromwell, . returned JUtss Kennedy Collins Siudny from a two woeks' visit with friends in Decatur, Ala. -- . Mrs. J. C HIU visited her parent , Kro-.,no- s, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Maddox, of Monday nnd Tuesday. ( Mrs. Nora Spurrier, of Owensboro. visited her sister, Mrs. Joo. Ford and Mr. Ford, of near, town, thJseek. When Ladic3 attend a show they remove their hats, when they go to Miss Mnud Maddox, of Beaver Dam, church tho bigger tho better, and al In company with her sister, Mrs. W ways unremoved wo notlpe. If there our remaining stock of C. Ulojikenshlp, of this place, went Is ono thing that wo like better than to Louisville, Monday, to undergo anothor It Is to bo tickled under the They will noso or chin "With an ostrich plume an operation for tous'.liua or a goose quill twice In stead of return tomorrow once. Dolmnr James woke me up WedWo have offered tho Dovll time and nesday morning at 5 o'clock to toll mo that ho and Mrs. James had been a half to two times for tho hour put of" mornings, it ho would host and hostess to tho Stork. A In at church little girl baby being left whom they oily go, but ho won't. Says ho would simply get bejiind with his work hero had adopted as their very own and would havo to bo on the double If you are interested it quick for one and a half or two hours will pay you to see us. Mrs. E.'P. Foreman and daughter, to catch up, and that don't suit him Mary, of Dundee, have taken rooms Buy now at reduced a bit, as ho will hit the far'end of in tho dwelling occupied by Mr. Fos- too quick without rushprices, as there are no ter Hennett. They will remain here tho chase all now. ing the trail until tho close of the present school, prospects .for lower Miss Mary having entered the High prices next fall, but 'evIt looks a bit like I. D. Claire had 'School. been thinking of doing something for toery indication points which ho might get Into prison, but Mr. John Fulkerson and family, of from the tone of- dread as expressed ward advancement. Ccntortown, came up Monday night in his beads this week, think he has. to visit Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fulkerson. changed his mind. And so, some good Mr. Fulkerson, (John) left Tuesday has been 'done maybe, somo crime for Detroit, Mich., leaving Mrs. uncommitted through fear of the and their child here. They consequence to follow. Thus you 'Will Join himvIater, in Detroit. see tho deterring influence of real punishment, that sort, as I said reObituaries, cards of thanks, reso- served for tho "Crooked Crook and lutions of respect and kindred articles Criminally Criminal." appearing in the Republican will, ar-'ter this date bo charged for as folAlbert Rial says on account of the lows: If a head lino is used C cents aljegcd high cost of lather Fred Roper lino, and ono cent per word fur bertson and tho barbers at his shop g "A each word In the body of tho art'em havo raised tho price of shaves to 20 and for each signature C cents addi- cents. Tho Kaiser says they could tional. HeretDforo wo hava ;har,;sd havo gotten around that difficulty 5 cents per ilno. Count thu .vords In by simply using the same lather for your article and send one cent foi the third, shave, instead of using it each word, together with six cents fov twice as they havo been doing. Rial Jailer Worth Tichenor visited reUJjacll ncad ilno and signature u. bo haslnetjtionod Hoover to make an Inatlvos near Centertown, Monday. used. This will savo us tho trouble vestigation of this wanton waste- - of of sending out a statement and costs lather and apparent profiteering. Mrs. Taylor, wlfo of Dr. J. W. Tay-lo- our patrons no more. is on the sick list this week. y o-: Henry Carson, JohnsWrilson and I KASTVIKW have been holding somo "Secret meetU. S. Carson, public administrator ings, by which wo have formed a qualified as administrator of tho Mr. W. J. Martin, of Owensboro, tripple alliance slnco our wives have spent tho we k end here with rela- been appointed on that advisory estate of Eddlo Lee, Wednesday. tives. board to inquire into, and aid in the Tjrugglst James II. Williams has Mr. Claud Jackson has moved to adjustment and settlement of dobeen confined to hi3 room two or Miller's Mill, whero ho will reside ii mestic relations of people in Ohio tho future. County. We have already employed three days on account of sickness. Mr. James Bartlett, Sr., of Owens- us a lawyer, in fact Arthur Kirk volMonday.wit'i unteered his services gratis, with tho Luther Doolcy qualified as adminis- boro, spent Sunday and understanding that we wero to work trator of tho estate of Mrs. Eliza- relatives In this community. Mr. James Bartlett, Jr., is very under a sort of reciprocity agreement. beth and Frank Chlnn, deceased, ill of pneumonia. We have worked out plans by which Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wigginton we can appeal to Circuit Court and Mrs Maggie Griffin returned the wero tho guests of Mr. and Mrs. get from .under tho Jurisdiction of latter part of last week from a weok'i Clarence Wigginton, of Tucker Holthis Board created by Judge Cook. visit with relatives In Daveiss Coun- low, Sunday. m ty. Mr. W. T. French went to Hopkln?- DON'T YOU KNOW" vIUf, Sunday, returning Monday. MIes Lourine Collins, of Creon-Mr. W. H. Mayfiold and son, Vic That every man In Ohio county, is vllle, Is spending the week here wlrlt tor, of "spent Saturdny night and her parents. Mi. and Mrs. R. T. Col- Sunday with relatives in this com- liable for a fine not exceeding $100 and three months imprisonment In lins. munity. County jail, for failure to proMr. nnd Mrs. Albert Stewart are tho cure a llcenso and tag for his dog, Messrs E. M. Royal and John Bol- tho parents of a now girl, born on thi by tho first day of Jaifuary, 1920, lamy, of Fordsville, made this of- 11th. nd you havo no excuse as tho l!cense3 fice a visit Saturday whilo hero, on Mr. Joe Murray was tho guest of of business. Sunday and tags havo been in the hands Mr. and Mrs. James Stewart the County Clerk for at least' three Mrs. Mahala F. King died Jan. months, so if you have not already Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stevens, of Utl-c- a, 11th., of bronchial trouble with oth procured llcenso and tag for your Funeral services spent a fow days this week with er complications. dog. you had bettor get busy and get friends and relatives in and near and burial of tho remains took place tag bj;. license at Barnett's Creok, on the following ono. To get afollowing and Hartford. information mall, give the day. postage: Rev. Albert Maddor, of McIIenry and send Mr. and airs. John ' Lindloy, of Your Post Office address. to tho pastorate of tho d Llvermore, wore guests of Mr. and has Your Precinct. Mrs. S. T, Barnott from Wednosday Bell's Run Baptist church. Breed of dog. m until today. ' Male or Female. OF CONSOLIDATION NOTICE Color. FOR Oliver Chilled Plows, Vulcan Markings. By orders of tho boards of direcChilled Plows and repairs for both, Age of dog. tors of the Rockport Coal Company, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. see For a male dog send $1.02 for the Incorporated, and tho Tucker Coal 28t4 is first male, and $2.00 for each subse notice Company, Incorporated, , two corpora- quent male dog. Mr. and Mrs. Roma Baldwin, of hereby given that said For'a female dog send $2.02 for tions intend to consolidate with each Beaver Dam, loft Monday for Rolln, issuing one the first female and $4.00 for each Mo., whero they go Jo mako their other on tho basis of sharo of stock of tha consolidated cor subsequent femalo dog. future home. No one wants you to pay a fine.1 poration for one share of stock of the Rockport Coal Company and one but you must get your license and tag Mrs. T. B. Potrie returned to her at once, as you aro already liable for homo in Indianapolis, Ind., Inst week, sharo of stock of tho consolidated the penally. .. , corporation lor ono sharo of stock o! after spending soma tlmo hero with W. C BLANKENSUii', county tho Tucker Coal Company. Said conE. Fogle. her father, Judge J. 28t2 solidated corporation to bo known as Clerk. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff. the" Mr. Isaac Foster," after spending tho Rockport Coal Company and some time hero with hi' family, re- total capital stock of said consolidated aggreDirect from ronster to COFFEE turned to Central City tho fir3t if this corporation to bo equal In the gate to the capital stock of both tho consumer, wo will roast, grind and week, to resume construction work. doliver by prepaid parcel post three abovo mentioned corporations. Central City, Ky., Jan. 13, 1920. pounds of good, strong Coffee, for I am paying moro cash every day Ono Dollar. It. C. REID in tho week fpr Poultry, Eggs and ,HOPKINSVILLE CQFFEE CO, Secy., Rockport Coal Company, Cream than any buyer I know of., v (Incorporateuj P. O. McKINNEY, L.T.RILEY, Hopkinsvlllo, Ky. 2St4p Secy,', Tucker Coal Company. Hartford, Ky. Prices 29tlp Hartford, Ky. Ladies' Coat Suits, Cloaks and Millinery. J. T. Vinson & Son I . iT Beaver Dam, Ky. - J. ftfrf.4 04'Vfe-. $ Building Material $ mi- - Ful-ikcrs- Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishing; ;;' Boards, Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets;, Ventilators, "House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseeci Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Stains, Door Locks, Door Hinges, Nails, Strap Hinges. Farming Implements w $. at?j Wagons, Buggies, $urreys, Rubber &' Steel Tire, Disc Harrows, Sulky Plows, Riding: &. 3V Walking Cultivators, One and two-roCons. & Planters! J 3tf Hardware A general line of Hardware. Cutlerv, SKelf: Iron Beds, Rockers, Majestic Ranges,; MooreSs MCt r, o- w""'"77 ;vv.ji,v. Furniture and Stoves Hardware, Garden Tobls Carpenters Toolk, Ranges, Moore's Airtight Heaters, Heating: Z : "'6- - avu&o, uiuuituiii, UUU11& VjJiaUT3r Ldison Phonographs & Records. Four separate departments. Come to see us. We $.- can please you in quality. Prices right. & "'"'J W- - : Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSOX, Mnnngcr FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. g, FOR SALE! Ff been-callo- . ' take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court House. One-habottom, the rest upland. 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good roadL 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable, bam and other buildings. Price $3,500. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close fe school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 caslr,, ballance on a long time. M 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per lf 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will acre. CAL P. KROWN Xr TO rr-T- ft Real Estate and Insurance KENTUCKY. HARTFORD, nir, Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine' Job mg. Work Delivered rromptiy. Prihfc-..- - v ltMM" rfll TBI a Miy . ..TLAi " J iEWJ3HE ' . X' HI ' j of a cigarette! joy smoke makes a whale fie national Wo wish tlicm much prosperity and happiness. Mr. Henry Mldklft has moved onto tho farm rocontly vacated by J. A. Hallard nnd will rniao a crop Micro this year. Mr. Wayno Dover has moved to Hartford to niako hts forttino Jn tho grocury business. Thoro aro too many good farmers going oJ tho farm to towns, for tho so oil of tho Country. Prodituors turning to Is n very ivjor way to led.ico tho high cost of living. Mr. Tom Taylor, who moved to Cavlcss County last spring has purchased a fnrm of Mr. J. P. Magan and moved back to this county. You can't keep an Ohio countj man In Daviess, and yet I heard a moinber of tho Fiscal court sat tho oilier day that Ohio was n very poor County. a DIRECTORY Judge CIRCUIT COUKT. R. AV. Slack, Owensboro. Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, IlKAVEIt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board AV. T. McKcnney, Clerk R. AV. King. Tollco Judgo J. AV. Coopor. Marshal II. F. St,ovcna. FOUDSVILLK. Ch'm'n. Board AV. II. Jonei. Clerk Olla Cobb. Police Judgo C. P. Kessingor. Marshal Grant Pollard. I inn-sinne- rs Hartford. ritoMOTiox roit wood lMtOI'OSKI) IX COXflllKSS V &kaaaV9aV3i$fc tf iSaaaaafiKiii'V " r si &r -- .J . .i . I!. J. licynclis Tobacco CopyrlghMilibr S. Co lAUSk VJx ' v' ei Avrnitmi your aiiyto, you 'II find ionnv red bails, tldv red tins, handaomo pound and timlf nnitnil tin hlimiHrtfm and (hat classy, practical pound crystal glass humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps Prince Albert In mm fiaiiec vunuiiiyn .uAXi .. "Washington, Jan. 10 Promotion Wood to the rank of lieutenant general because-ohis "meritorious services to tho Government in wars In which the United States has been a belllgorent," was proposed in a bill introduced today by Representative Dyer, Republican, Missouri. of Maj. Gen. Leonard o certainly get your3 yOU for a tidy red tin or a when you lay yourPrince Albert toppy red bag of smokecards on tho table, and roll a cigarette! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count makin's of your smokestunts! Why, you never dreamed ct tne sporr tnat es A. xor tne awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's &$0w pacKing i Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got the listen of half your smokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of that Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process ciga! A. your smokesong in a makin's its out bite and parch With P. rette will outlast any phonograph record you ever heard I Prince Albert is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oal! m Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful a jimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation to the joys of smoking. r. m at resggFs v.Xw . iK j.4tf V.v. i Pale, Anemic Girls Need Blood Tonic I'epto-Mmifj- Enriches mid Builds Up The Mood I'nIIor, Headaches and Shortness Of Hi oath DisipiK'ar Pepta-Maiign- it Sold in Liquid and Tablet Form R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Winston-Sale- N. C. AVhy should any girl or young woman continue to have n pale, sallow complexion and a listless, rundown sjstem devoid of energy and vitality? MMMMMMHMHBHHHBHiHMMMillMMHMiiHHIBHH) SHERIFFS SALE Mildred Taylor, town lot. L. T. AVright, 135 a Xo. 2 Arnold 0.04 39.32 J. R. Baize, 35 a Henry AVright, 72 a S.2S 9.32 W. L. Bratcher, 75 a For State, County, School, Dog anj 6.4S Mrs. Laurlna Duvall, 7 a... Albert AVright, 25 a 3.43 State Road Tav for 1910. S.01 Newton Embrey.35 a Xo. 18 Enst Bcacr Dam. S.39 Anna Robinson, 1 a 6.61 Bill Hill, 30 a Notice is hereby given that I, or Xo. !5:$ Render Xo. 1 I AVcst Beaver Dam one of my deputies, will on Monday, 3.24 S.17 Mrs. Parlie Stewart, town lot February 2nd., 1920,, between the Travis Davis, town lot No. 31 Broadway Mrs. Martha Lee, 4 a 3.9S hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 4. SI 10.00 J. A. Daniel, town lot.... o'clock p. m., at the Court Houso M. C. McDowell, IS a 8.74 J. S. Smith, 2 a Xo. 35 McHcnry. door in Hartford, Ohio county, KenAdditional 3.2S C. tucky, expose to public sale for cash Mrs. Flora Bratcher, town lot J. Bater, (in 13) 50 a. . . 25.39 AV. O. Campfleld, 20 a 12.S9 Mary Jane Brown, (In 30) in hand, the following described property, or so much thereof as may James P. Carpenter, 19 a... 17.10 110 acres 20.66 C.78 be necessary to pay State, county, George Growbarger Adm. lot 5.92 J. H. Crowe, (in 32) 20 a.. 3.40 J. H. Goodwine, (In 12) 20 a. Echool, dog and State road tax duo D. p. Hammous, 8 n 4.80 5a 4.25 Mrs. Lucy Haynes, (in 20) 4 a thereon and unpaid, and the Interest, Alex Heifner, 2.57 W. T. Hanes, town lot 7 42 penalty and costs thereon: by Lydia Mrs. A. James, 0 4(1 town lot. . . . John Johnston, Xo. 1 Last Hartford Smith, (in 15) town lot.. 4.73 2.34 y whom Listed No. acres amt. tax Mrs. Mary Likens, 18 a Mrs. Leo Long, (in 2) T. lot 2.44 Byron Miller, town lot 1.29 .Mrs. James Hancock, 54 a ? 12.13 Jennie Moseley, (In 1) 5.01 Virginia Hines, 40 a 2.41 J. C. Porter, town lot town lot 4.S5 14.25 Ernest Payne, (in 31), 72 E. 6. Schroeter, town lot. . . . 3.S8 L. F. Raley, 75 a a. 16.95 Xo. U AVest Umtfoul X'o. 10 Centcrtowii G.87 Martin & Her, 3Sa E. K. Bishop, 33 a J. D. Allgood, (in IS), 60 a. . 4.36 AValter Francl3, town lot Xo 3 Beda 5.90 F. Burden, (in 6), town lot 2.12 T. E. Funk, 30 a 7.S8 Margaret Hill, xy, a 1.34 Ed. AA'. Cooper, (in 15) lot fc. 4.37 1 Mrs. E. J. Reneer, 30 a Xo. 8.99 Mrs. Nannio Daniel, (In 13), Sulphur Springs, EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC Henry M. Ashby, 50 a 7.26 7.04 L. C. Smiley, 8 a 67 acres 9.09 Xo. 17 Smullhous Mrs. Harrett D. Peach, 5 a.. 1.70 9.33 Lafe DoAVeeso, (in 21) 70 a. 9.96 Alva Fogle, (in 15) town James II. AVright 124 13.79 Lee Fulkerson, 56 a Have you gotten your 6.62 lot Xo. S Magou. Noah Leo AVlthrow, town lot 6.48 Alonzo Grant, (in 21) 2a... 2.97 package of Egg-A-DHen 2.12 Leo Medcalf, 70 a 13.27 Mrs. AVra. AVhittaker, T. lot Ed. II. Barrel, (in 8), 30 a. 6.35 Mrs. M. E. Sutton, 40 a Xo. 18 East Fords Wlio 5.71 Tonic at the store nearest C. B. Lyons, (in 22) town lot 2.69 Ollio AVeddlng & Ora Allen, 4.66 J. R. Murray, (In 14) Mrs. Mary J. Pierce, 25 a. . . 4.... 7.73 your home? 90 acres 3.69 C. AV. Parks, (in 12) town 9.SJ Grant Rusher, 36 a 4.59 lot Be sure your hens have a AV. It. Pierce, town lot 7.60 L. Xo. (I Cromwell 4.14 J. Perdue, (in 4) 12 a.. Mary E. Klnkade, 3S a Xo. ID AVest ForOMllIo Clyde Summer, (In 11) 55 a. 4.93 Avarm nest of straAV, good 5.82 Xo. 7 Coohpiiiigs Jim Casey, 15 a Emma Thomas and Rachel food mixed Avith Egg-A-D- ay 12.11 John Akin, 76 a 9.29 T. A. Evans, 70 a 5.49 Mitchell, col., (in 23) 20 a Byron II. Smith, 02 S. A. Hendrle, town lot.... a 4.55 A'. AVoodward, (col. (In 14) 8.62 Hen Tonic and clean Avater. Margaret Miller, town lot . . Xo. 8 Xortli Itockport 4.86 town lot 1.28 Give your hens a chance and S. B. Bratcher, town lot. . . . 5.33 Mike AA'bodward, col., (in 14) 6.45 George S. Kcown, town lot. . . Avith eggs at seventy-fiv- e C. V. Crabtree, town lot 9.63 13. DS Lesllo Rcnfrow, 50 a town lot 1.28 Hi) Andy Devine, town lot Aetnavlllo No. 8.02 cents a dozen they Avill pay Colored Jerry Dawson, .town lot.... 6.91 S. C. Clark, 1 a 5.02 big dividends. 2.12 Clyde Heflin, 50 a 3.68 Mrs. Lyda Berry, (In 13) lot 11.53 .onnlo Daniel, town lot 1.57 For Sale by Mrs. Maiy Hoops, town lot. . 5.92 Mrs. Dudley Chlnn, town lot. 4.11 Emer Evans, 44 a 4.80 18.1G Reat Evans, 53Us a 10.99 Paul Carter, (In 15) town lot C. E. Crowdor, Horton. J. Hosick, town lot 1.57 4.S2 Anna Foreman, (in 1) lot Mrs. Nannie Heck, town lot. . 4.33 Mary, C. Hosklns, 55 a . . . . A. AV. Johnston Drug Co., Fords 3.85 vlllo. W. H. Nebo, 3 a 2.31 Scott Groonis, (In 8) lot.... 5.93 Samuel Tanner, 4.36 Ida B. Hawkins, (In 13) lot Mrs. Vornon Williams, T. lot 7.25 Xo. 21 Shrcvo C. C. King, Dundee. 'stophen Hines, (in 1) lot 4.52 James Wilson, 137 a 36.04 Mrs. Ruth Brown, 49 a A. C. Leach, Roslno, Ky. 5.9J t 4.34 No. O South 11.11 'Honry Jackson, (In 1), lot.. Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. Mrs. Hellon Petty, 100 a 5.92 JAVIlliam Parks, (in 1) lot A. AV. Mldklff, Narrows, R. No. 2. H. B. Brown, 30 a Xo. 22 Olatoii 9.19 7.22 5.01 Hubert Reed, (In 8) lot.... A. L. Fulkerson, 10 a L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. 8.82 AV. M. Coppago, 126 a 6.61 Ohio Co.', Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. "Will Graves, 100 a 9.98 James Shultz, (in 30) 7a... 6.53 Mrs. Laura Quisenborry, lot 4 AV. P. Graves, town lot.... F. Ronfrow & Co., Narrows. Xo. 23 Buford 24.87 AVallace & Porter, Cromwell. 6,77 AV. J. Bell, 40 a . Mrs. Mablo Harrell, 7 1269 A. AV. AVlllls, Hartford. 6.29 Mrs. Julia A. Hoover 75x28 a 21.11 Mrs. R. P. Her, town lot... FOR FLETCHER'S Mrs. Salllo Jackson, 165 a.. 49.24 Xo. 21 Bartlett . Marion Key, town lot 3.9 G Mrs. Nancy Black, 50 a 3.92 4 Oscar Taylor, 4 a G.58 4.34 J. A. Clark, 15 a COLDS breed aud SULPHUR SPRIXGS. Ao, 10 Select 4.48 Mrs. Mary Hohelmer, 50 a . Spread INFLUENZA "'flvMn M AV. B. Baize, G a 5.92 E. K. Smith, 64 94 a 1C86 Moving is tho order of tho day In J KILL Mrs. Florence Fleener, 25 a. . 3.28 J. L. AVestorfleld, 100 23.80 THE COLD AT AV. II. Haven 58 a this section. Alox Harrison has mov Xo. 2 10.97 Corah o ONCE WITH G. D. Taylor, 14 a 5.92 ed luto tho houso recent! bought of 5.30 Oscar Brown, 5 a HILL'S A'lrgll Frail, 50 a 12.93 Sam Durham, town lot.... 4.24 'John D. Jolmston'and Mr. Johnston N. B. AVllson, 20 a 5.47 Mrs. II. B. AVllllams, 102 a. . 10.55 has moved on a farm recently purchased, near Cedar Oiovo. No. 11 Jiortio Branch. CASCARAkMUININE Xo. 28 .Vairous 14.91 E. D. Foreman, 65 a B. J. Arnold, 137 a 17.71 ' Tho farm known as tho "Young G. M. Balloy, 80 a 15.41 O. P. AVlllls, 5 a .'... G.68 AV1U Acton placo" has been bold r.galn, 4.80 Mis. A'astla AVlllls, town lot Ivln Morris, town lot.,... 2.97 to a Mr. Rogors, of Daviess county, Standard cold remedy for 20 yean who is moving to samo. No. 12 Itosino Xo. 21) Ralph in UDiei lorm tale, sure, no Joy St. Clair, of Dundee, has boon opiatei brcaki up a cold in 24 In, 11 u 5.13 C. I. Harden, 65 a 29,65 Druslo Cliff court relieve! Rrip in 3 dayi. to New Mexico, where ho has purAV. L. Leisure,1 CO n 12.91 Xo. 30 Prentiss Aloney back if it Uil. The I chased a 72 aero ranch, and has ro: ftW) nA'Mb. genulno box rta a lied 125 a 9.42 Rood Shipley, 33 a, 7k00 Stewart Heirs, top witn mr, tilll'i 7 turned for his family. They will start lV n 20.12 Uev. W. C.Taylor, J40 a N5WV wmw T:k. picture.All Drug X. 31 Heibert At Storti lu a few days for their westorn home. S.S1 Miss Lucy Hayuos, towu lot. 3.82 Trumau Taylor, 10 a Pepto-Mangan, red-bloPepto-MangaPepto-Manga- ... Such young folks nro continually unhappy and dejected simply because they accept such a condition as their misfortune, and envy their friends who are in the bloom of health and enjoying all the good things of life. j If such young women would re- f 13. alize that their anemiq condition is I probably due to thin, improverlshed j blood, which could easily bo enrlch-- j 45? jw ed by Glide's how much happier and attractive they 1 would be. TOR PEnsorAi. HYr.iFNP is a safe, DusolvcJ In water for douches otop Glide's Pepto-Manga- n pelvic cattrrh, ulceration and inflambeneficial and pleasant tonic for anymation. Recommended by Lydia E. one suffering from any ailment causFinkham Med. Co. for ten year. ed by poor blood. If taken regularly A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, for a few weeks it will enrich the soro throat and nore eye Ecor.omicaL Hu lnwiniy clumma tnd cnnicnil blood with thoucands of the healthy, aire. orurWJ. rr p po J ly I cells that are needed to carry nourishment to every part of the body. n is sold in both liquid ; xKUrt.V)Tjici-AaciawaaaiaBiMand tablet form. Both contain tho J' M C same medicinal lngrodlonts. fa W n your drugBuy n at k.z e .urs.ft gist's. Be sure tho name "Glide's" !?aTOi EJ W Jl is on the package. AVithout "Glide's' krfnfcS! (Adv.) it is not 1st Monday in March II days-Co- m'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALKXDAU. 1st Monday in July 12 days County Hoard of Education. Com'th. nnd Civil E. 3. Howard, S. S. O. C. 12 days 3d Monday In SepUuibor Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, HartCivil. ford, Ky. 4th Monday In November 12 days AV. Duff, Fordsvlllo,. Dlv. No. Com'th. nnd Civil. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows,. COUXTV COUOT. Moets first Monday In each month. Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Itoslno,. Judgo Mack Cook. Ky. County Att'jl A. D. Kirs:. Dlv. No. G Otis H. Stevens, Beav Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. er Dam, Ky. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndley, Center-tow- n, Superintendent E. S. Howard. Ky. Jailer AVorth Tlchenor. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In. Tax Commissioner D. E. AVard. Fobruary; let Monday in April; lit' Survcyoi- - C. S. Moiloy. Monday in Juno; lst'Mondny in AuCoroner E. P. Rodgers. gust; 1st Monday in October; FISOAIj COURT. in December. County Board of Examlnors 1919 Meets first Tuesday in April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu-r, Octobor. AV. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common school Route 3. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. ' Hartford Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. May, 9 and 10 Common school 3rd District Q. B. Brown, SImmoni. 4Ui District O. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May 16 nnd 17 County tcachors Hth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. examination. (AVhlte) Hartford. May, 23 nnd 24 County teachers' flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. June, 20 and 21 County and 8th District B. C. Rhoades. Hart examination (whlto) Fordsford, Route 6. vlllo. Juno, 27 and 28 County and HARTFORD. state teachers' examination (colored) Mayor J. E. Bean. Hartford. Clerk J. A. Howard. July, Ohio County Instituto, Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Hartford. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Sept., 19 and 20 County and ROCKFOUT. Stato teachers' examination, (white) Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Hartford. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Sept. 26 nnd 27 County nnd Stato Police Judge John T. Jackson. cachcrs' examination (colored) Hart- Marshal Will Langford. ro ru. ' ' 1 II 1 n y 20. 4 State-teache- rs' 7-- very Woman Wants k (SSS a-v- J B&gLs!t 127 4jK t) W W A Mothers use VSO ?w wsm2iSHmiWiKmxin y V. fmfs 9 If a.orrj. iui lueuuiuitii m fs9m 41 reranrase W v'T 4A-- . I A Safe, nerneay tor worms t'KKY'S KHMIKUdK can oHur you. Krop a b ittle alwayi on hand. It win help krrp Urn UIU on ImppranJIieAltlijr. 23c. a botllo at rour drng. cUt'a or general atora I or It roun denier can t unplj jou aeud hi name and 25c. lu tatni and wo'll aend jca a butue. prompUj. 5 8Tentj fle rear ront!na on. u It tho wn tMtluionlal hi S3 Pepto-Manga- n. .... a.... Cuccccd wiien everything else falls. In nervous prostration and ftmalo veafcn:&se they ore the buprcrn? remedy, ai thousands have testified. t3ssa E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. ay It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggis's counter. FOR KIDNEY. LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE i .EJw, .... WILL YOU. TAKE OUR BEAUTI SECRETS!. gets her Where sho good looks, GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealrrenl .... .... her heal -thy skin, her pink checks, is known to every one, becauso it is apparent that it is not duo to 'cosmetics, paint and powder. But tho true womanly beauty comes from good health, and this good health is a woman's secret. iMMK i laSsmir-pnij aMXTawaUawSia for WEAK LUNGS or 1 Ol .Vi.. m, II CONSUMPTION ........ la A quick relief for thai tired, run down fcellnc. coughs, pains in chest, night sweats, henior rhages, weak lungs or consumption. If It doe not blip you It costs you nsthlog. m Lock dox eio OHIO MEDICALCO, COLU MRU'S FOR. ONE MONTH o Itoi-kpoi- .... ' ...... .... USE LI V-VE- R-L AX a.... Ohildren Cry ... CASTO R A a.... sromids .... Health comes with good physical machinery and good spirits, , an active digestion. A body freo from pains and aches comes Avith a tonic known for over fifty years as tho best "temperanco" tonio ' and nervine for Avoman namely, Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription. It can bo obtained in any drug Peel rfcht all tho time. Don't lay cH daya Btoro in liquid or tablet form, or from work for Liv- - by taking calomel when pleasant x keeps yo send lOo to Dr. Plerco Invalids' on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtrouj Je. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. tako anything else. You can't aflovd Cleansing of tho intestinal tract it. Eliminates poisons, cleansesA uyw tem nnd relieves constipation. nat is important. Tako castor oil or Ural remedy, natural In its actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. If Bclect a vegetable pill. Such a won't bo long boforo ono is composed of completely displace calomel in ever) home. Children can tako an leaves of aloe, root of jalap, and With perfect 'safety. Every it freelySTUnr" bottlo peld antced. 60c and $1 in bottles. Now mado into tiny without tho likeness and sign lets, to bo had at every drijg storo genuine L. K. Grigaby, For sale by r " turo ol as Dr. Pierco'a Pleasant Pcllct3, . For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Ver-La- May-appl- e, I 4v sugar-coate- h H, WILLUAIB, UTLl9l MS r. Ii. 0. P. WOMEN DEMAND EQUAL REPRESENTATION 'Urge National Convention To Double Membership Of Committee Chicago, Jnn. Republicans from fourteen Mldillo Western States met In Chicago, Jnnunry 5 find C nnd of molding completed their work party Issues nnd laying plans for tho participation of Republican women in tho 1020 presidential campaign. Demands of Republican women for equal representation on tho National Committee of tho party nnd a sentiment, roflectod In specchs of prominent party leaders, to deal vigorously with tho labor and Industrial situation ns one of tho chief Issues) of tho election campaign wore tho principal developments of the conference which began on tho 5th. Mnny 'of tho womon regarded their demands for n "fair representation" In tho party organization as virtually confirmed with tho statement of AVI11 H. Hays, chalrmon of tho Natlonul Committee, that "tho Jlcpubjlcan party offers tho women everything offered tho mon." Plans for tho National Convention noxt Juno also wero launched nnd arrangements for tho fitting up of tho Coliseum, with alterations allowing a seating capacity of 13,187, wero mnde. Edward 1 Thayer, of Indianapolis for tho was elected sergeant-nt-nrm- s sory education for children, laws governing tho employment of women, day nnd proincluding the eight-hoviding equal opportunity for women in civil servlco nnd trndo nnd technical cducatln woro other planks indorsed by the women. At n banquot last night given by the Stutc Central Committee In honor of Chairman Hays nnd Mrs. John Olovcr South, chnirmnn of tho Women's Division of tho National Committee, MoJ. Gen. Leonard Wood and Gov. F. O. Lowdon, candidates for and the presidential nomination, Chnirmnn Uays dovotcd their attention to tho Industrial problem. Tho gathering was attended by more than 1,200 Republican mon and women. ur MORROW BACKS BILL FOR HIGHWAY SYSTEM THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADAPTED THE S6' AUTO TRACK WAGON -- Manner Of Financing However Has Not Been Worked Out Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 9. Governor Morrow will get behind tho proposed bill, creating a Stnto system of highways under direct control of tin Over Standardized Auto-trac- k Wagons Have Been Sold This Alone Tells the Story of the Future 55, No Great Act of Heroism Required If 8omo great act of heroism was necessary to protect a child from croup, no mother would hesitate to protect her offspring, but when It Is only necessary to keep nt hand a bot-tl- o of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy aifd give it as soon ns ttio first Indication of croup appears, thero aro mnny who neglect It, Chamberlaln'3 Cough Remedy Is wjrhlr tho reach of m nil nnd Is promp: and effectual. HOLS1IKVIKS GAIN SIIIKItlAN VICTOKV London, Jan. 9. The town of Krasnoyarsk, Eastern Siberia, has been captured by tho Bolshevik!, according to a Moscow wireless dispatch. "Tho remnants of tho first, second and third enemy armies havo surrendered nnd 00,000 prisoners nlready havo been counted," says the dispatch. gathering. Resolutions adopted by the Repub- Krasnoyarsk is situntcd on tho n Railway, about 300 lican women urged tho National Conmiles east of Tomsk. Lying on the memvention to tnko action to double bership of tho National Committee, plain, nnd open to tho piny of the bitgiving each State representation by ter winds, traffic with tho town by ono man nnd. one woman. Tho reso- caravans is almost impossible in tho lution urged nlso that tho policy be winter. The town Is situated on the extonded to nil party committees, both loft bank of tho Yenisei River. State and local. Heartburn, Indigestion or distress "Direct citizenship for womon, not citizenship through marriage," nnd of tho stomach Is instantly relieved laws making possible tho naturaliza- by Hcrblno. It forces the badly dition of married women was one of ten gested food out of tho body and replanks recommended for the Repub- stores tono in the stomach and bowlican platform. els. I'rico COc. Sold by Ohio Counm Abolition of chilli lnbor, compul ty Drug Company. Trnns-Slbcrln- Stato Highway Department, which will mako tho surveys, let contracts and supervise and accept rood work. Stato Road Commissioner Joo S. Uoggs, Ed P. Axton and Den Wclllo, McBrydc, Paducnh, nnd Robert J. Eugene Sunrt nnd Albert Terstcgge, Louisville, conferred with Governor Morrow today about road legislation, Including this measuro, and a companion bill to finance tho project. Tho Governor Indorsed tho plnn ombraced In tho Stato Highways Bill, but did not commit himself to nny policy of financing it. It Is known that tho Governor, in a general way, has expressed himself against permanent Improvements out of current revenues, nnd it Is regarded as probablo that tho Administration will advocato a bond Issue. Road finances, however, it Is understood, will havo to bo considered in connection with tho cntlro financial budget, which includes school funds, an amount necessary to keep up tho standard of tho University of Kentucky nnd Normal Schools nnd needed improvements nt tho Institute for Feeble-minde- d Children nnd tho State Hospitals for tho Insane. the war our Government asked the wagon manufacturers of the wagon-buildin- g material and labor from the forest to the finished product by doing away with all unnecessary styles and sizes of wagons. So the leading manufacturers got together and decided that the best way to do this would be to make a standardized wagon. The h auto-trac- k wagon of today is the result. , This wagon was found to be so much better than any of the k wagons, like the old h wagon, that now. the principal manufacturers are making nothing but this type. It lasts longer, pulls easier, and rides better than the wide-trac- k wagon because all four wheels follow the automobile rut while only two wheels of the wide-trac- k travel in the now universal h ruts that we find wherever there are automobiles which is everywhere. Today there have been sold between 100,000 and 150,000 standardized auto-trac- k wagons, sych as the Weber, in the United States and the number is increasing every day. Some manufacturers and dealers who were overstocked with wide-trac- k wide-trac- k wagons and material are still selling the now wagons, but there are not many farmers buying them because the farmer of today i3 just as as anyone and is too smart to let a dealer sell him goods, and for which repairs' may be very difficult to get in just a few years. That's why we sell the Weber Standardized Auto-Trac- k Wagon. We know it's the wagon that every progressive farmer in this community will want. The Weber has a number of patented and exclusive features that will interest you. ' Let us show them to you. DURING States to conserve 56-inc- odd-trac- 60-inc- 56-inc- out-of-da- te up-to-da- te out-of-da- te Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO --TRACK WAGON Children Cry FLETCHER'S CASTO R J FOR f s FISH IX CATCH Fishermen, of Sandusky Bay, Ohio, aro showing a number of eyeless fish ns the latest thing in freaks. If, as seems probable, these fish havo escaped from neighboring abandoned mines through subterranean outlets, tho Darwinian principle underlaying tho uso and dlsuso of organs seems J again to bo demonstrated, as in tho KVKLKSS case of tho blind fish of Mammoth cavo in Kentucky. I w&mssM faaHdrew I Don't You Forget It. Bear In mind that Chamberlain'3 Tablets not only move tho bowels but improvo tho nppetito and strengthen tho digestion. They contain no pepsin or other digestive ferment but strengthen the stomach and enable it to perfqrm its functions naturally, m Cry for Fletcher's mI m Bra II Just-as-go- 111 if If 1 aMMwMawwtaimMw 1 wn wnwiw m PWIKIII I IIIIIB mi hi mi mm lllliiuumai iuMiiMiijmwwwjMiiw I The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of and has been made under his'per- -- j0 sonal supervision since its infancy. Cs ' ' Unusual Value -- In Tires for mai Cars . wawiiiMiHtwmwwMiiwrtmHBjiiMiMwiiiiiMiwiHi'winiwwiiiiwwiiuwil mmtiilMnMUMNiuMMMMMMWNMi H Allow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. jCJ&!'Lr wtaf?. I j Not only is characteristic Goodyear merit conspicuous in Goodyear Tires for small cars but ordinarily the first cost is found to be not greater than that of other tires; often it I ! Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomachi and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTORiA I; GENUINE CASTORIA iBears the Signature of ALWAYS mfQe mm is actually less. The combination of unusual value in first cost and very low fmahcost, of course, is a result of Goodyear experience, expertness and' care employed as insistently in the making of 30x3, 30x3- - and 31x4-inctires in, the construction of the famous as it is Goodyear Cord Tires used on the highest-price-d h Hi igl m (azTcuSSiki In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CKNTAUN OOMPANV, NKW YORK CI TV. IK I automobiles.r . .. For this reason more cars using these small sizes were d last year with Goodyear Tires than with any other kind. Get this unusual tire value to enjoy on your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other small car, at the. nearest Goodyear Service Station. Get these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes 'at this station. . m HOW MUCH DO YOU SHOW YOUR AGE ? . factory-equippe- ' luasfrw wHncK. 30x3'fc Goodyear Doublc-Cur- e Fabric, AUAVcathcr Tread Fabric, A new form of Natural Iron enriches the blood smooths out wrinkles strengthens the nerves wards off old age. When you begin to show and feel iron into the blood ia your age, it is becuso your blood is the uso of a natural formassured by of soluble thin and weak it no longer carries iron known as Acid Iron Mineral. life and strength to different parts of There are thousands of cases on rethe body. cord that prove this natural iron is a Tho man or woman with warm, powerful blood and nerve builder. rich red blood retains the appearance For want of iron in tho blond, you feelings of youth, in spite of tho may bo old at thirty, or you are more and years. To ward off the readily subject to the attack of discreeping f eebloncaa and appearance of old ace ease without warning, or you will is simply a matter of keening the find yoursolf growing feebler day blood puro and rich and filled with by day. life and vigor. If you want to feel tho elasticity Iron is the greatest and surest of youth In your veins, and avoid all blood maker, but heretofore the dlty. the complications and disappointculty has been to procure it in a ments of increasing ago, you will form which the human system would start taking Acid Iron Mineral at absorb in euflicient quantities to once. It contains no alcohol or inbring satisfactory results. Pills and jurious drugs, and it will not blacken tonics said to contain iron havo usu-a'l- y th teeth like most preparations of brought only disappointment. iron. Out now thero need bo no longer Druggists will refund tho purchase or question, for a success- ' price :htrfully, If you failtoreceivo any doubt ful and reliable method of getting the improvement you seek. For Sulo by OHIO COUNT!' DHUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, ICy. PARSONS & SCOVILIA), Howling Green, Ky., Distributors. Call ou tho Republican (or Fine Job Printing. SSSJi (to rnr ZU 30x3'2 Goodyear Slnele-Cur- c i ! n ak -- Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casing properly. Why risk a good casing with a cheap tuber Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes cost little more than tubes of less merit. 30x3 slie in water' 090 proof bag J M. fl 1 nil kbM.. iiiiniiii ikihwiiiii iun rflhnifrtAHh. I IUIU)KHWM.WInBJMUWaIMW,Nlua 111 irmnim111 nrnrimTririT"iT ill vii wiiiii iiini 1 n iih milium iiiiwtoiimnifg.i 11111111 M " BEii&KMjKlis-fflE- f S32ESZS!3lii35HKBBIj SIiSSKSgE!Mai if. I oeg ins . edurday, January CLOSES SATURDAY, JANUARY to-day's 31. - 17tK 1-to-day's 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 be wondering when merchandise will begin to g?down. Not until the supply is greater than the demand. 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 how 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 W Loom End Calicoes, Percals, Cheviots, Ginghams, Suitings, Indian Heads, Romper Cloth, Nainsook, Long Cloth, Plaid Dress Goods, Silks, White Goods, India Linons, Organdies, Voils, That have been bought especially for this sale and will be sold at less than the coot to make en today's market. Remember the date, be on hand the first day and you may be able to get everything you need. CLOTHING DEPARTMENT regular prices are $5.00 to $1C00 cheaper Men's Suits at than suits for Spring and Tall of the same quality. Suits bought to-da- eodds and ends and broken lotsTfrom every department will be out on tables with red tags on them, priced away below cost of production. ,ja year or more, either off the Loom End counter or out of stock, you make money both ways. v BESIDES OUR LOOM ENDS, every short length Buy what you need for READY-TO-WEA- R DEPARTMENT-LADI-ES' SUITS The quantity is limited but stjles and Iabrlc3 are excellent. At the prices we are quoting wo shouldn't have a suit left. Our regular $15.00 Suits, Salo Price $11.05 .. Our regular $20.00 Suits, Salo Prico v. 1 1.05 Our regular $25.0p Suits, Sale Prico 10.05 Our regular $30.00 to $35.00 Suits, Sale Price..,.., 21.05 . 20.05 Our regular $3S.00vto 45.00 Suits, Salo Price Our regular $50.00 nto $55.00 Suits, Salo Price-.- , 80.05 Qur regular $60.00 Suits, Sale Price .11.05 Our regular $75.00 Suits, Sale Price 10.05 now will Tie a good investmont. MEN'S OVERCOATS Our Our Our Our regular regular regular regular $9.00 and 510.00 $12.00 Overcoats, $22.00 Overcoats, $30.00 Overcaots, Overcoats, Sale Price Sale Prcle Sale Price Sale Price 9 0.05 7.1)5 , 15.1)5 22.05 MEN'S MACKINAW COATS 'Our Price Our iegular$9.00 Mackinaw Coats, Sale Price rcRul.iT $15.00 Mackinaw Coats. Sale $ 0.95 C.05 LADIES' DRESSES . SPECIAL One lot of Boys' $2.50 Slicker Raincoats, Sale Price $1.15 SHOE DEPARTMENT Every odd pair and broken lot of Shoes in our entire Department will be at your disposal at a reduction In price. When you consider there is not a shoe in our stock that is not worth from $1.00 to $1.50 per pair moro than when we bought it;shoes at regular prices today .Is a money making purchase. Serges, Triccotines, Silk Poplins and Taffetas, la navy bluo and , nice range of other lendlng)colors. Our regular $18.00 and $17.50 Serge Dresses, Salo Prlee $1:5.05 Our regular $25.00 Serge Dresses, Sale Prico 10.05 Our regular $2S.00 Serge Dresses, Sale Price 21.05 . 20.05 Our regular $40.00 Triccotlne Dresses, Sales Price Our regular $12.So Silk Poplin Dresses, Salo Prico 0.05 Our regular $12.50 Silk Taffeta Dresses, Sale Price 10.05 LADIES' CLOAKS A wonderful assortment of popular priced cloaks Just at tho lot of Ladies' Shoes, odds and ends and broken lots, values up to $3.50 wheu'shoes were cheaper Sale Price per pair. . . .$1.05 One lot of Ladles' Shoes, values up to $7.00, Sale Price per pair 9:1.05 One lot of Ladies' Gray Kid Shoes, low and high heels. Broken lots, values $9.00 ami $10.00 per pair, Sale Price per palr. . . .$5.05 Ladies' Gray French heel Shoes, a regular $12.00 value, Sale Price, per pair $7.05 One CHILDREN'S SHOES Odds and Ends, values up to $2.50, Sale Price Odds and Ends, values up to $3.00, Sale Price $1.-1- time you need them. Buy now for next fall. You will mako money. Our regular $9.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Sale Price $ (1.05 Our regular $12.50 Ladies Cloaks, Sale Prico 8.05 Our regular $15.00 Ladles' Cloaks, Sale Prico 10.05 Our regular $1S.00 Ladles' Cloaks, Salo Price 12.05 Our regular $22.00 Ladies Cloaks, Sale Prico 11.05 Our regular $25.00 Ladles' Cloaks, Salo Prico 10.05 Our regular $30.00 Ladie3 Cloaks, Sale Prico 22.05 Our regular $35.00 Ladles' Cloaks, Salo Prico 20.05 Our regular $50.00 Ladies' Cloaks, Sale Price 80.05 $1.05 t CHILDREN'S CLOAKS CAges 7 to 14) Our Our Our Our Our Our MEN'S SHOES Our Our Our Our regular regular regular regular $0.50 values, Sale Price $7.50 values, Sale Price $8.00 values, Salo Price $9.00 values, Sale Prico $1.15 1:05 .' 5.05 0.05 OVERSHOES Rubber French Root, $6.00, Sale Price' All Rubber Aiticles, $2.75, Salo Price Cloth Top articles, $2.00, Salo Prico $3.05 1.05 1.25 regular regular regular regular regular regular Our regular $C.OO Children's Cloaks, Salo Prico $7.50 Children's Cloaks, Salo Price $9.00 Children's Cloaks', Salo Pilco Children's Children's Children's Children's Cloaks, Salo Prico Cloaks, Sale Prico Cloaks, Salo Prico Cloaks, Salo Prico '. . . . $ 8.05 5.08 0.05 7. 15 8.-1- $10.00 $12.00 $15.00 $18.00 0.05 12.15 $2.05 8.05 1.15 1.05 (Ages 2 to 6) Our regular $4.00 ChUd's Cloak, Salo Prico Our regular $5.00 Child's Cloak, Salo Prico Our regular $C. 00 Child's Cloak, Sale Prico Our regular $7.00 Child's Cloak, Salo Prico ; End prico per yard ;joc Ono lot of 32 Inches wido Indigo llluo Suiting with small whlto polkadot. It's cheap at 4 Sets, por yd., on market. Loom End prico per yard ;izc Ono lot of fancy shirtings, In stripes, checks and solid blues. Good assortment of patterns, a regular 35cts. per yd. value. Loom End prico per yard yf)C Ono lot of yard-wld- o fancy striped Percal. It's good for lOcts., .per yd., Loom End price per yard 2c One lot of fancy Plaid Suitings, something good for culldien's dresses. You will have to pay 50cts per yd. regular for It. Loom end Prico ,c Ono lot yard-ul- c fancy striped Sultinp. will mako a good dress for tho girls and women of tho family. It's woith 50cts. per yard Loom End prico por yard 85c One lot of 40 inches wido bluo polkadot Vollo, a good 50cts per yard value. Loom End prico per yard ;ir,c Ono lot of yard-wid- e Black. Cotton-Sorg- o, worth 50cts por yard. Loom End price por yard nuc O110 lot of 32 inches wido Romper Cloth, in assorted htrlpes and solid colors, worth OOcts per yd. Loom End prico por yard . Ono lot of 32 inchos wido French Dress Ginghams, beautiful plaids. A regular COcts. per yd. value. Loom End price por yd. One lot of yard-wldsolid, colors in Sheno Silk, light and dark colors, a regular 75cts. per yd. value. Loom End prico per yd. One lot of white, cream and pink Brocade Silks, yard-wldsplendid for underwear. A regular $1.00 por yd. value. Loom -End price per yard J 0c. One lot of yard-widdark colors In a Brocado Silk, a regular $1.25 value. Loom End prico per yard ' nue Ono lot of yard-wldSilk Striped Voiles, dark colors nnd beau- tlt'ul patterns, a regular $1.25 value. Loom End prico per yd. .OSe One lot of 32 Inchos wido Satin Striped Silk Poplins. Good ns-- sortment of colors, a good $2.50 per yd. value. Loom End prico per yard 9lMU s, to-da- y. to-dao, o, e, o, pie patterns. High grndo Percal oil today's market 40 cts per yard. Loom End price mc Ono lot of Calico, good length shirtings, In Gras and Pinks. -Loom End prico per yard ,a Ono lot of fancy striped Outings, light colors. Splendid Gown Patterns, 35cts per yd., on- today's market. Loom End prico per yard nB Ono lot of heavy white outing, a good 35cts. por yard quality. Loom End"prIco por yard oc Cno lot of Fast Colored Chocked Gingham, checks, mostly blues. It's cheapat 30cts. por yd. Loom : End price per yard jc Ono lot of 32 Inches wide Fancy Dross Ginghams, plaids, stripes and solid colors, worth on market 45cts. per yd. Loom S'.-.p-la to-da- 4 LOOM END WHITE GOODS India Linen, a good 30cts. per yd., value. Loom End prico per yard .18c Ono lot of 40 Inches wide LIngorio Mull splendid for 35cts'.'pcV ' yard o,c Ono lot of 40 inches wido white Organdy. Good for 40cts por yam. 1.00m ami price por yard ,,,, J3c Ono lot of 31 inches wide Pajama check, a good 35cts. value. Loom End pries per yard 20c Ono lot of 31 Inches wide, high grade India LInon, a 40ctspoV yard value. Loom End prico per yard "5 ...... . ,'.20c One lot of 38 laches wido Indian Head, a regular SOcts. per yd. value. Loom End prico por yard ;jHc Ono lot of 40 Inchos wido, fine, white Organdy, a regular SOctij." por yard valuo. Loom End price por yard . jjuo. One lot of yard-wid- e, fine Nainsook. It's worth C5ct., por'yd.' Loom End price per yard tio Ono lot of 30 Inches wide, fino, Pink Nainsook, a regular GOct's'.,' ' por yd. valuo. Loom End prico por yard n$Q Ono lot of yard-wiLongcloth,' fino quality at GEcts., por'yd." . Loom End prico per yard satin-stripe- d Ono lot of yard-wld- o, Voiles, a good' 7 cts.' per"' yd. valuo. Loom End prico por yard . . . . i8o Ono lot of 40 inches wide SPECIALS One lot of odds and ends in Caps,orduroy and Cloth Caps, Dres3 saving. Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular " Caps and Caps with pull downs. Men's Caps and Roys' Caps, values CO cts., to $1.00 each. Your choice of the lot at, each 25c FURS ' Yt It has been an unusual Fur Season and raw Furs aro vory muBti higher this season than last. Furs bought now will mean a big" $7.50 Scarfs, $16. CO Scarfs, $20.00 Scarfs, $22.00 Scarfs, $19.50 Scarfs, $54.45 Scarfs, $60.00 Scarfs, Sale Prico Sale Prico Salo Prico 6. v ' MEN'S FLANNEL SHIRTS Onr regular $4.00 llanucl Shirts, Sale Prico Our regular $5.00 llunuel Shirts, Salo Price Our regular $0.00 llannol Shirts, Salo Price $2.05 8.05 1.15 .$ 5.05 10.05 '1-L0- 5 Sale'Prico Salo Prico Sale Prico Sale Prico 10.05 80.05 1 MILLINERY DEPARTMENT Aftor n big selling season in this Department we naturally have julto a collection of Trimmed Hats that wo nro willing to closo out during our sale at one half tholrreal value. Half price on all trimmed Hats, for women, will bo your opportunity to buy some good inlllinory choap. Chlldronls Hats will bo sold at a substantial reduction In prico. Don't fail to vixit this Department during this big selling event. You aro sure to buy ouu of our bargain Hats. 1.05 18.05 LOOM END DEPARTMENT Thousands of yards of Loom End Calicoes. Calico on 10c market is 25c per yd. Loom End price por yd Thousands of yards of Loom End Percals. Standard percal SBcts. por yd., today. Loom End price per yd 10c Rig lot of yard wido Percal lengths from 1 yard up. Iu all sta-- f to-da- de f E. P. BARNES & BROTHER Beaver Dam, Kentucky. r srv Tr -- w"fryi -- tejjjjMgr- -- -