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DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF AL THE PEOPLE OP OHIO COUNTY Subscription $1.50 per Year No. 30 STATUTE FOB DEATH PENALTY TO STAND HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 23, 1920. by Holliuid for trial before an Allied Apart 75 Years Commis- sion Unanimous For Unification I' Loulsvlllo Herald. Complete agreement on a basis for the reunion of Methodist Episcopal throughout the United churches States materialized yesterday afterrepnoon when tho joint commission resenting tho two branches separated ....... ,.fi..t. vm nni liocnuso of tho negro question, unanimously adopted a report recommending rcuiin.u" undor tho goneral name, Methodist Church. Announcement that tho Methodist and the Episcopal Church, North, Methodist Episcopal Church, South, on had finally reached an agreement every point which had held thorn esof a tranged for was made by Dr. Frank M. Thomas, Bowling Green, who acted group as sccrotarj for the Southern session. Final agreeduring tho ment was reached, Dr. Thomas stated, shortly beforo 5 o'clock. Tho com mission adjourned at C o ciock. While tho report of the commission a la meroly a recommendation, with constitution for the new suggested church organization,, and must go to general conferences of tho church In Dr. tho North, and then the South, other high officials It Thomas and tho denomination, representing both factions, wero satisfied the commission's rccomendations would be readily approved. To Draft Report. special committee of ten was A named from the commission to meet to In Jacksonville, Fla., February 18. draft and compose for final action, the report decided upon In Louisville. This report then will bo submitted to tho general conference of Northern churches at Des Molns, la., in May Simultaneously, Mio report will bo ' acted upon by tho Southern church conference. Following these separate conferences, anothor general conference, taking In both tho Northern'anti will bo called to o.....i.or,. approve or reject tho findings-ocither tho commission, and branch con ferences. More than n score ot points on ...11.1. ti... v.. fnrtinnH differed were iviiii;ii vw brought up during dobato on the re port, and each o tnese was iuiiua.Concessions were of separately. granted frequently. The chief problem concerned tho negro question. iiM,. mrroniiipnt was finally reached on this subject tho remainder of. fttho . work was comparatively easy. now constitution sugUndor tho gested by tho commission and which .i.., ui.rwiiat church will adopt as a flual act of unification, tho negro I. Is nf In placed in a regional conieruutu ui ... goneral own. His representation in h.mM win ho limited to some extent and his bishops will exercise privileges alono in conteronces. In Church. ilOO.OOO Xi'Ki-o'!When tho aggregato membership of negroes reaches tho 400,000 maik. 1ho new constitution provides, the negro portion of tho church will an assoclato general conference negro membership at tho present Tho time Is moro than 300,000. Bishops who attended sessions of the commission wero highly elated gonwith tho ultimate decision tho eral lmpies3lon being that tho fchurch will wholeheartedly Join in the motto given by Bishop R. J. Copke, of Helena,. Mont, who declared early In tho session: "Ope flag, one government, one language nnd ono peoplo Is our aim. Selection of a name for tho reorpresented a ganized church also to the commisalon's commitproblem tee named for the purpose of "considering and harmonizing articles of faith and tho general rules of tho two repent churches and to consider and tho proposod unified upon a name for sugchurches." A 'number of names but tho namo gested thomselves "Methodist" was adopted unanimousthree-quartetfen-tury. f . IKE MASON BUSY tribunal. It wns learned authorltlvely today IN LEGISLATURE that tho Stato Department, ns well as Wilson, feels that since the President treaty has not been disposed of by tho Senate, tho hands of the Admlnlstrp-tlo- n Member Of Most Important nro tied, and that ns wb aro not Committee Author Of yet parties to tho treaty under tho terms of which tho demand for tho Good Bills former Kalsor will bo urged wo can have no relation to the matter. A high official stated today that I. S. Mason has Representative only by the ratification of the treaty Is at would this ' country bo prepared to rapidly forged to tho front and tracting much attention In the present act under tho treaty In the matter .if LegUlnture. He Is a very hard work- -' plans of tho proposod trial of er and a careful thinker. His Judgment and t support nre therefore eagerly sought in behalf of all ImCOMPANY HII'I'LE CONCERT portant measures. Ho Is a member Compan of of the committco formed for drafting The Hippie Concert the Redpalh Lyceim B.ireuu, showed a primary road system for the State. to a good horso here Monday night. This Is, probably, tho most Important The quartette Is made up of good committee In the present L.eglsuaturi. talent, nil artists' of merit in theL ps It will draft tho law governing th-WI1-holi- n. Inc. chlefest of whom we would select Mr. nnd Mrs. Hippie. Most of those attending the enter- tainment had first attended tho ser-vlr- cs it the Methodist Church, where preaching was begun a half hour earlier than common in order to con-flias little as possible with thn entertainment at the College, and while those attending both meetings vMo a bit overloaded, yet the con cert was apparently well received by the large nudlenco present. rt THINKS DUTCH WILL NOUIELD KAISER Paris, Jan. 20 Belief that the ef. fprts of tho Allies to sot farmer Eni- would jioror William out of Hn prove unsuccessful was expressed toLersner, der day by Baron Kurt-vo- n many's cliiot reprcscnta.lve hero "I am absolutely sure tho Dutch Government will never surrender the former German Emperor for trial on charges that aro not provided for In any laws or any treaties regarding extraditions," hn said. Vlth regard to the expected de mand for tho extradition of fierman subjects for trial for acts lomii'ittcd during tho war, ho dclat "1 'iinibflt certain that public sentiment In every country was against snen a dsmand. "It Is contrary to anv law or any precedent," ho said. ' T'u feeling of tho whole world in favor of peaco 1 stronger) than the feellnc nnyuliuro for revenge. I hope strongly that I ho tho Allied statesmen will find a solution of this question that will leave tho world In tranquility." KV. GIRL IX HOY'S GARB HAS I.OXG HIDE IX HOX CAR ..l .... . be-co- girl who Cupps, left hor home on 44 Walnut Street, in men's Ky., dressed Danville, clothes and who arrived hero last night with Henrietta Young, Chicago locked in a box car. Tho two had boarded a freight train, in Chicago Saturday evonics and soon after they had climbed Into an empty box car a switchman closed tho door and locked It. They wero lot out of tho car soon after tho traln had arrived at the yards Inst night" After they had been roleased, MIh.i Young met a mate friend hero and disappeared with him. Miss Cupps told tho police that eight girls, dressed In men's clothes, had left Dan ville at tho same time she did to go to Iowa to .work on farms. "Miss Young, who was a school companion of mine at Dan'vlllo and who had later moved to Chicago, was visiting at my home at the time," sho said. "After taking somo of my father's and brothor's clothes, wo went to tho railroad, gdt into an empty box car and went to Chfcago. Wo had somo frightful experiences on the way and Pittsburg. Jan. 1,9. "It was my volcb that gavo us away," said Gor-tru- while at the homo of Miss Young In Chicago, we again put on men's clothes, wont to tho railroad yards, 'got Into an empty ly. box car and started to tho West, or at least wq thought we had, until we V. S. NOT IN ON EFFORT wero released in the yards last night.' TO EXTRADITE WILHELM 1G, nearly starved. "On January I FOR BALE. Washington .Jan. 20 The Ameriany way can Government Is not In My house and lot in Hartford, Ky associating Itself at this time with' I' ho price Is right. x efforts of the Allied Towers' to obtain 30tf - .LOUIS T. RILEY. of the former Kaiser i the surrender border than a belated telegram reached Finnish military officials In charge of tho transfer INFLUENZA EPIDEMIC announcing that tho Soviet Government hnd decided to permit only 3 of tho deportees to enter. Their names havo not been Vacination Urged As Protec- - public, but those thus favored made are tion Malady Prevalent believed to be Emma Goldman, Alex ander Berkman and Peter Biansky In State (Blanky.) Tho telegram is incomprehensible in view of the fact that a delegation It Is believed Kentucky Is threat- Including tho wife of Maxim Gorky ened with another .epidemic of tho came out to receive the exiles and "flu." elaborate preparations hac; bien made forty by tho frontier Bolshevik! to welcome hour Within twenty-fou- r cases of influenza have been reported them. from Hazard, county seat of Perry, while in about the same length of DOG TAGS GOING SLOW time twenty cases have been reported county seat of Nelfrom Bardstown, Dog owners of Ohio county are not son. responding very readily to the law The reports were received at th.) requiring that a license be secured office of tho State Bpard of Health for their dogs. Up to yesterday only and were accompanied- - by requests 1,002 tags had been issued by County uildlr.g of State Highways and laying for a supply of vaccine sufficient to Clerk Blankenshlp for the present out tho course of these highways over treat every man, woman and child year while at this date last year more tho Stato. His wldo acquaintance in the county. than 2,400 had been Issued. A special meeting of the State with tho geography of tho Stato and Tax Commissioner. D E Ward ha his Intenso Interest in Road Legisla Board of Health was held at the of reported 2,407 dogs to. tho County tion make him perhaps the most valu fice, Sixth and Main streets, which Clerk's office In his yearly report. He was attended by local county and city able member pf this committee. It is self evident that a vast number Is the author of the bill to consoli health officers, with local representa- of persons in the. county are, by their date tho Confederate Pension Depart tives of 'the American Red Cross. failure to comply with the law, in Plnii Preventive Measure, ment with the Adjutant General's ofviting prosecution and the payment it was decided here that wiile con- of fines by thus falling to list, or This Is purely a retrenchment fice measure and will save $3,000.00 an- ditions as yet are not alarming, neces- rather to pay the license fee and pro nually for tho Stato without, in any sary precautions must be taken to cure tags for their dogs. way, injuring tnu public sen ice. He prevent spread of the disease. As a mm lias prepared and will submit, at an result, health organizations in every MAY-DA- Y BOMB PLOT early date, a bill regulating railroad county will bo urged to make neces servlco In tho State, and also sary arrangomentsy for preventing a train Plans for Wholesale Murder Uncova bill reorganizing tho Adjutant Gen- recurrence of the epidemic. The health forces throughout the ered, Officinli Say This latter bll. eral's Department Js one of retrenchment and reform. stato will be mobilized for active ser New York, Jan. 20. A plot for Should it become a law, It will save vice, according to Dr. J. N. McCoi-mau- k, dean of the health forces in wholesale assassinations by the distrithe State annually about $5,000.-In this Department, while at the same Kentucky, while his son, Dr. Arthur bution of bombs next May Day o.r safeguard the Department T. McCormack, secretary of the stato Fourth of JUly Is believed 'by the time', is attending the police to have been frustrated by the against the appointment or" employ- board of health ment of other than capable and ef meeting of tho Kentucky Legislature arrest in two raids yesterday of IS extremists said to be members of the ficient employees. He has also in 'at Frankfort. Public Persons suffering with colds arc Union of Russian Workers. troduced a bill proposing to submit to fie people n Constitutional Amend- urged, by Dr. McCormack'to remain at officials prominent citizens, agents of ment providing for the appointment home and keep out of crowds. There the Department of Justice and police of tho State Superintendent of Public is no danger from contracting the dis were to be Included in the "honor list' Instruction, thereby removing' the ease In the open except from germs of proposed victims, it Is asserted. Educational Department of the State caused from sneezing and spitting he The police think the bombs werevto said but urges that persons in cough have been sent by express or hurlod from party politics. . Ohio County can certainly feel that lng and sneezing hold their handker by fanatics. This Information was forthcoming It will havo a volco in all measure chief over their nose and mouth am: coming before the Legislature during thus protect tho Innocent from con today following preliminary InvesM-gatlo- n of papers seized in the raids. tracting tho disease. this session. The state board has no Intention of Material for use in the Manufacture enforcing a closing orde,r at this time, of bombs including those of the pipe LOUISVILLE "MARKETS. but everything will be in readiness to variety was found. The Union of Russian Workers still make a ban effective If the circuriv Cattle Prime heavy steers $12 tanccs warrant such drastic action. exists despite the deportation of Po 12.7C; heavy shipping steers $10 It is not the purpose of the board ter Blank!, Its head here for years, 11.50; medium steers $910; light fat heifers , ..(gli.5o; o enforce a quarantine against Chica- and continues its conference, it was steers fat cows $7g10:C0; medium cows go or the state of 111., Dr. McCor- - stated, but since federal and police 7; cutters $G.G0G; canners mack said, since such quarantines aro raids began each mentlnp- - has been $6 $79.5(., Impracticable In that persons infected held at a different upartniemt or prl $5.2GG.G0; stockors choice nillch' cows $100 125; medi- with the disease might leave the city vato home or state perfectly well nnd come tq The extent of the plot believed to um $75 100; common ?5575. Calves Market active and steady Louisville and develop the "flu" later havo been designed as another bomb Reports from various counties of demonstration similar to that, of latt Choice calves $1717.G0; medium the stato are to the effect that thero May Day when Attorney General common $G7 on all is an unusual amount of cold and Palmer arid other prominent public ,steady Hogs Market weights; Best hogs 120 pounds' up porsons threatened with pneumpnid men wero sent explosive packages $lG.2G;ipIgs 90,to 120 pounds $12. which according to Dr. MoCormack, is through tho malls has not been defl The date for 7ff; 90 pounds down $10.75; throw- - causing the board to watch the devel nltoly determined. opments closely. . lemon8tratlon was set well ahead and outs $i4.zo ciown. Tho board has on hand, Dr. Mc plans wore In the preliminary stages Sheep and Lambs Demand for the Best sheep $7; bucks 6 down; bulk Cormnck said, sufficient vaccine to of development, it was said. Fifty-tw- o more alleged "reds" best offerings good with supply light treat 1,000,000 persons. While use of tho lambs 13l'4; strictly good of tho vaccine is not compulsory, Its taken in raids 'here and in Passla'c materially hlglior;, medium and light use Is recommended as a preventive and Tronton, N. J. were released from of "flu" and Ellis Island today on bail. Accord of tho dread after-effecer lambs around $10. also a preventive of colds and coughs lng to Miss Rose Weiss, an attorney Eggs Candled 59062c doz. It is- - f urnishd free to physicians of the prisoners, a for thirty-seve- n Butter Country 34 39c lb Poultry Hens 23 27c lb.; large ball fund of $150,000 ins Liberty F. M. CROWDER. bondd Is now available und from now spripg chickens 2024c tb.f small spring chickons 2Gc lb.; old roosters on about thirty a da will be releas MrvP, M. Crowder, after an Illnes3 ed. 13o lb.; stags 17 18c lb.; ducks Pi1 t. 3c lb,; turkeys 3G40c lb.; geeso of more than a yoar, dled'at his homo 18 22c lb.; guineas 3GG0c apiece In Roslno, last Saturday. He had a COURT HOUSE )VEI)DING. m severe case of influenza from which he never recovered. The body was LATE ENROLLMENTS "Corporal Delmer E. Bratcher, and IN LOCAL SCHOOL embalmed, and will be deposited in a Miss Nova Williams were married at concrete vault at Mt. Pleasant to tho County Judge's office Tuesday, Tho following new pupils have en- morrow at noon. Judge Cook officiating. sol Mr. Crowder was an tered tho 8th grade, of which Mrs. S. Mr. Bratcher is a son 'of John O. Keown Is in charge, for tho Spring dier, having served as a member of Bratchor and formerly resided at tho 12th Kentucky Cavalry during Rockport, but Is now with Uncjo term: and was a splondid, Sam's forces, stationed at Camp Cora Hagerman .Mary Foreman, the war of Ene Westerfiold, Isaboll Tinsley, Wil- - quiet and highly respected citizen. Travis, Texas. The bride Is a daugh llo Patton, Jim Ralph Stephen .Lynn Besides Mils Widow ho is survived by ter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 9. Wll Bulrd, Arnold Smith, Samuel Baker, ono daughter, Mrs. Nola Autry, of Hams, of near Rockport Samuol Miller, II. S. Slnnett, Other Island, and four sons, Lon, Thomas, DWELLING BURNED Henry, Raymond Gray, Orvllle Har- C. E. and H. C. Crowder. rison, Lovel Travis, Archie Gray. Tho dwelling on, the farm of Joe FINAL DESTINATION OF DEPORTED REDS IN DOUBT T. Miller, about three miles below NOTICE HROOM f town, and occupied by Jim Smith, Terijokl, Jan. 19 The band of was destroyed by fire early last FriThose having broom corn shoulJ The building conslsto' oo cull or write us beforo having 1' Bolshevik! and anarchists deported day night. worked up. Get our prices and from tho United States are safely of five- - rooms and was estimated to our work beforo going else across the. Russian frontier tonight, be worth near $1,000. Mr. Smith lost practically all of hi' ivhf re Prompt sorvi"o an.l satisfied but whothor all members of the parcustomers our motto Plant in C. J ty, will remain safe In Soviet Russia household and kitchen furniture and Rhoads Building. (Hartford.) is (a question to bo determined by tho family clothing. No insurancj was carried on tho building or con HARTFORD DROOM WORKS, Bolshevik authorities. C. N. ,Daird, Manager.1 Hardly had the last of them pass tents. KENTUCKY WARNED OF ed over tho ' Repeal Bill Quickly Finish ed, Other Acts Introduced Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 21 Senator Early's bill providing for the abolishment of tho death penalty In cases of wilful murder was killed In the Senate today. The Judiciary Committee tendered a unanimous report recommending tho defeat of the measure The Senate, by a largo vote, denied the bill its first reading. Senator Bailey said that he would llko to have the measure come up for reconsideration, but he did not. press the matter In opposi tion to tho Judgment of the commit tee Senator Brlght's bill rendering It optional with fiscal courts whether they shall publish sheriffs' settle ments in full or merely by abstract, wns reported favorably an'd given first reading. The measure alsb gives the court full descretlon in the In selection of a suitable-newspapwhich to make the publication. A bllLproviding for the distribution of 'free text books to school children has been introduced by Senator Rives and Representative Kaufman. The measure would levy an annual tax of cents to raise a four and one-ha- lf fund with which to buy the books. Advocates of free text books declare that a strong sentiment in favor of this measure exists In the General Assembly. They claim that a majority of tho members of the House already havo been pledged. Among those- - who have been at Frankfort in the interest of the measure Is Edward Gottschalk member pf the Louisville Board of Education. er ; , IlEV. CHESTER STEVENS GOES TO LOUISVILLE , $89; Rev. Chester D. Stevens, of this place has accepted the pastorate of and'Wntnut Street the Twenty-secon- d Baptist church, of Louisville, being one of tho largest in point of membership, In th j elty. Rev. Stev.as lvis a host of friends in Hartford and Ohio County who rejoice that he hps ba,n railed as the pastor of this large 'clriMh, in Kentucky's Metropolis. He Is a young man 'of much worth, being well eduand a consciencated, Industrious tious laborer in tho Master's Vineyard. . Our best wishes go wi' i Rev. Stevens, his good w'fe and family. -- e 1 912; ts HEXXETT ALLEN ' V7- l -- Mr. Eugene L. Allen and Miss Wil- lyo Bennett were united in marriage at the .home of the Bride's parents, near this plaqe, Sunday afternoon at 1 o'clock, Rev. Russell Walker, pastor of tho Baptist church performing the ceremony In the presence of quite a number of friends and relatives. Tho Bride Is tho daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bennett, of this place and the Groom is a son of Mr. and Irs. J. Walter Allen of near Washington. Both of the young people are popular with their associates. DAMAGING SLEET " Di'rlng tho rain of Wednesday and early yesterday morning ice formed on trees, telephone lines etc., tc"sich an extent that great damage was dono. Telephone lines everywhere in this section aro down to such an extent that practically no service may b.e had. Tho Kontucky Light and Power Co., was put out of business early yesterday morning. Fruit and other troes have been greatly damaged, as well as timber in the woods. This is said to be tho most destructive sleet this section has hud during tho past IS years. MARRIAGE LICENSE ex-unl- Gl-G- John T, Arbuckle, Louisville, to Minnie Mario Lauterwasser, Hartford. S. L. Ashby, Olaton, to Maymo Filden, Olaton. Eugene Allen, Hartford, to Willie Bennett, Hartford. Guy E. McDanlel, Cromwell, to Enos Annls, Cromwell. Delmer C. Bratcher, Camp Travis, Tex., to Nova B. Williams, Rockport. T. H. Johnson,. Hartford, to Eliza Taylor, Beaver Dam. , W. W. Duval!, Horse Branch, to Leona Renfrow, White Run.- - bn w Tho audlcnco lokod on spclj- SHOE COST ' bound, so horrified and howlldercd TO CUT thought of Interfering. that e At last Padre's sword was thrust homo to a vital spot and Martinez iHSdes So Tough They De- fell heavily to tho floor. Someono Rifles Bullets rushed to tho stage and to tho side of the prostrnto singer then bjjt ho 3ays Hunter was beyond any human power to help and expired within a few minutes. It then came out that tho two men '"""" ...l.n l.n.l tntii linnn l.lttAI fK'nla In n &ftnnn Kupcrt, D. C, Jnn aBTI.au . 1IU IIU14 aifllb Ml.... ,J.. Jiriailinr John Ollvor lias been preacl. lovo affair had decided to settle their tiffiCttiu advisability of slaughtering ldlfferences hy fighting a duel. Then, miex. lions which Inhabit tho British rather than spoil tho arrangements and of their manager, they had agreed to O&Inxribla coast by thousands nrcrfculr-slnictlcanionc the cod, defer tho affair until the last night of salmon and other food fish and tho engagement. - hides to rcduco tbw rtaaniinK thehr?rennt world leather shortage". Lame back may come from overJanu'H Cessford, who was onco In work, cold settled In the muscles of ;thr2usfness of tanning sea Hon hides, tho back, or from disease. In the odtwSnxasfche Industry can bo put on an two former cases tho right remedy is 4Kt.eii-Mdprofitable basis. When Ballard's Snow Liniment. It should' Cess-tufwent to Alaska for gold bo rubbed in thoroughly over tho afKlondike stampcdo.'ho saw fected part, tho relief will bo prompt Ta.it "herds of sea lions on tho coasts and satisfactory. Price 25c, 50c and Tor Sjnecn Charlotto Sound only a per bottle. Sold by Ohio Countfe; anlles from this terminus of tho $1.00 Co. ty Drug m sSrwiO Trunk Pacific Railway. After cutcMeen yenrs In Alaska, ho started AHK JiANDS 241) HEPORTE1) ' is stm Jinn tannery and made moneyREDS AT HAXGO FIXLAXD vcratU In was forced by personal clrabandon tho business. ssiurcaures to Hango, Finland, Jan. 17 Tho 24 P 3nt Kaslly Frightened. undesirable aliens deported from the "Zhree companions and 1 went on United States and brought here yeswonrvHil soa Hon hunt to Queen Char- - terday by the United States armv . n5) 23ound," said Cessford, "and transport Buford for transhipment Vj T&CVa 700 m 20 days. Tho liona haul Russia were taken oft the transport, .nils t tho ea on tho most dangerous this afternoon and marched to the to bask In the sun. These special train which will carry them to .rtTiifcs are caldrons when tho wlndc Russian frontier. The radicals 3weej)the waters over them. So thero the kept between decks from thu wore hours between are nlx nbout three time the Buford docked until they ' tides uhen they can bo hunted. Tho left the vessel. 2wjxX.cn, climb upon the rocks above ttheix ami from this point of vantage Hango, Finland, Friday, Jan. 16 isns 3in3c thorn off at their leisure. United States army transport Buford TKkc Sions always look straight out having on 249 radicals dessa and never detect tho point ported from board America, arrived here at '."tana w"hlch death Is being rained 3 o'clock this afternoon. Finnish piamong them. As long as they do lots could not dock the vessel and a a glimpse of tho hunters mat German pilot was summoned. 'ttiear 3d not plunge Into the ocean no Alexander matter how many of their companions Goldman, whoBerkman and Emma have been considered 'Sail alxnit them. the leaders of the deportees, have de"it Stages a crack shot to kill them clared they will not remain in Russia ThIr only valnerablo spot is just but will "return to America to save ears. A bullet planted ther vein. Their hides it." cuts Cio jugular The "reds" on board the that they turn a glancing will bo taken to the Russian Buford frontier they are only wounded by IraBex mid If United they Hop Into tho water and sink Immigration States Labor Bureau and officials. instantly. (load. no-oni 99 HON ified LEATHER parrying his Mows and waiting nnil praying for a chanco to strike him mmommmmmmmamma&mmam WH5Mirgg?renrairto titiBBmmgmmMww2ffimEE22 -WSSTA vjjnrau OldE rfenck mYm1&i&tm& The man, who loves a dog and a pipe, 'has two staunch friends that never fail him in good luck or in bad. They give all and ask nothing- in return. Day by day they become nearer and dearer to him. The man who has not a dog and .a pipe has missed two of the greatest things this good old world - I tl dur-flnKK- bo s $ can give. S 'X rfti? a." 1 '" Every man who loves his pipe should know Velvet, the one tobacco that brings out all of a pipe's best and sweetest qualities. Your pipe takes on an added friendliness from Velvet's choice Kentucky leaf aged in the wood to a mellowness that's rich and smooth as cream. ,J t I u.-tfr- -- pi Your pip3takes on a mild sweetness that And is Velvet's natural tobacco sweetness. around you hovers the real tobacco fragrance that all good pipe smokers : ffjMBtii love. Never did. Velvet 7oe wiser, truer thing;than this: "Folks say yqwfean't buy friendYou canwuy a dog and a ship. arc-volMr- k I? "Wlint Hides AV111 Stand. BEGGARS GAIX WEALTH 5 Tho rocks haunted by tho lions on 'Jttiraf Charlotto Sound are of volcar.-Begging has become a popular origin and their surface is like. among maimed soldiers In Ger poJTiirjzcal glass. It is impossible many. Trading thus on the sympaaBji tjti them oven when they are to of the public many are able to rwwfc. A pair of hoots made of or- - thies mako as high as 400 marks 'a day. itoajy leather would be cut to pieces are most successful havo 07i'hrtm Jn u few houis. If cattle Those who an arm or a leg and are in lost either these rocks as bedding places shell-shoc" Xhtsii hides would be torn to shreds addition afflicted with Although the government has physiila-linrtime. But tho hides of t VStu Hdus are ndt fcven scratched. This cians at its disposal who by electric 5s sufficient to demoustrato the qua- - treatment can soon eradict the shak ing, so affected quite often Jifcr cJt sea Hon loathor. refuse to bo cured but prefer living "IA Hon will weigh from 2,000 to So proflta- The hides aro about tal of their infirmities. &5V9D'ioumls. or on the fat of Ihe land by making capt-bl- e jin.tt.rJi thitk end mike the finest has begging become that proHeather, such as is used for fessional beggars who never saw Uie ?artniiim's .gloves and saddles. Tun tlifiif ircolblefieeins to be that it wears front have donned uniforms and are posing with great profit a3 afflicted "wall that manufacturers of other Police nuthoifties weie kmUuira buck it becauso It reduces not long in discovering th-- Imposibeing mode to "The soa lions of this coast would tion and efforts are round up tho professionals and give an inoxhaustable supply of them cither jail sentences or a flue HUM. Tiny should bo kllbid not on'y ' and a warninr to so to. work ar some' IwWii' Mieir. hides aro valuablo, thing ho.nost. because they destroy thousand. .if tons of odiblo fish ovory season. It fish a day to DESTROYERS AXD DEPTH ttttrm Bfiy pouuds.-oCHARGES MOST EFFECTIVE -Ha one full grown Hon " M - I m ski t.i& f5 ja v wm r? r "mmeoh - tsf $ -a i ra pips and good old Velvet and I reckon no man ever had three bet- ter friends." QMjCtVveijJL4,4uCAiZ. h ' keil Atm$iA v; ivwj. ,v -- r2f k. &mL 'tzsz. i m ixh j trlfc f -- V- ninety-fiv- e submarines, about half the total number put out of action. Ot this number, British destroyere sank tV trawlers and drifters accounted for eighteen, "Strango, Isn't It, hew tho cqnerva SALESMAN AWAKENS submarines destroyed seventeen Gortlve investors and speculators are r man craft, British turning their attention ' to' unlisted five and an airship got ouo. stocks? Was a tlmo when anythUg l'ros,-peOnly two wore sunk by British mer- His I'al "Jim" Fiirrcll Was His not on tho big board wouldn't Interest chant ships and three by cruisers and the CtisloincT thorn. For Instance, I just purchabed i OX STAGE battleship. ' aUEL FOUGHT 50,000 shares In an oil company. The best moans of bagging buy less than a GO.'jG") Couldn't Pittsburg, Jan. 17 An Immac block, altho it was just 25,000 shares r..s the last night of an opera was .with depth charges, twonty-el-.being got that way, thirteen wore "Mnnjiwemoiit In a town In Spain. Tho ulately dressed and dapper young man moro than I wanted or coul-- easily 3jtrs4e vurne filing In in tho usual rammed, ton Hinashed by gunfire and dropped on tho cushions of a hotel tandlo. Selling low at SO ar.d tipped ten wore torpedoed. Bombs and ex nt llirt usual time. Tho cur lounge alongside an elderly gontlo-- to go to $10 in July. I'll hnvo to tain jv.su just tho samo as on previous il'loslvo sweeps got the others, 0 Only sevui chips had a record of a n whose appearanco indicated pros- dispose of half ot my stock to HlaViki and tho audience, as previous who wants to make soma monoy sinking two each. perity. auiltances had dono, sat rapt, quickly. But I'm not worrying. All music, tho words and tho tho "The recent reaction cf stocks," he I need to do is to wiro my friends, autvaj; of tho grand opera "Cannon." cautiously began, as ho pulled a. pa- John D. Rockefeller, Jr., or Mr FOR FLETCHER'S Juw nt tho end of tho second act, They'd take it off ny hands In per from his pocket, 'was attributable fern wmr, nu unexpected, decidedly tJ to very unnatural causes. For in- a hurry if they know I was fortunnto hit of acting was staged, somo- stance, tnko United States Steel com- enough to havo It." IhiTtt thnt was novor before witnessed "FLL" (USES IXCREASIXG mon. No reason for a depression A group of mon approacied and Inure and in all probability novor in thero. Best managed corporation in 0110 of them stepped up to the elderly as; other theater; the baritone, a Cliteago, Jan. 17. Another big in- - tho world, and its president, 'Jim" gontleman. "Let mo lntroduco my man Humeil Padre, who had tho part croaso iu tho number of Influenza nnl Fatro.i Ah, there s a fine fello'v. friends," ho said. "Qentlomon, this is ' ' .. l nttil ilin tmtrti tintii - ............ jl tl.K lu ' ahhmi jiiiuuuiuniu cases, nui a conunuance llouest as tho day Is long and capabla Mr. Farrell, president of tho Unltod "" '""". who filled tho rolu of 0f tho small death rate, was recorded I am very fond of 'Jim'. We aro llko States Steel Corporation." l Martinez, Don Jose, fought a duel that was today by reports to the city health two peaj In a pod." Mr. Fnrroll turned to thank tho 'commissioner. atrfciifnlly jeal. Thoro were SCO new The elderly gentleman showod dapper young man for the InformaTWoTcuny tho, two thrust at each canes of "flu" and U'C of pueun onla soma Interest and the stranger con- tion about tho oil stock. But tho ythwr "with tholr swords, each man Sovcn influenza deaths woro listed tinued. young' manMvas too quick, lie had c.lul.y watching tho othor, skillfully and 21 from pneumonia. "But, speaking o' stoc';s, he sal-J- : flown. en,ty-bove- Cough Medicine. -VVTmu n druggist finds that his 'irtMnors nil speak woil of u cutain SMVMtTatlon, ho fornu a goou opinion t feauid when In need of such a modi.hm Ss almost certain to use it hiniaaECaana in his family. This Is why m vany druggists use and recom- vxnvA tjhamberlaln's Cough Remedy J. Biwnes, u well known druggist of Cntan.n, Ky., says, "I have used ClMUJiorlain's Cough Remedy in my family for tho past seven years, and "hawt loninl it to bo tho best cough m wixMrJno I havo over known." Bi-N- Tio t to London, Jan. 17 Destroyers and depth charges are the most efficient ways of slaying submarines, accord- 1 ; to war data publlsheu in the Navy, organ of the Navy League. It shows that British sea service destroyed M n under-wate- sen-plan- es c it ht J nan-iiitT- . ni sonio-911- Children Ory CASTO R . and sewed up he Incision. Zaklch is now pract ea.ly out of danger. The operation was perfonued when tho bullet had been tin Zaklch's her.rt nearly hlrty-sl- x hours. The f r.t doctors to seo tho man after ho had shot himself thought ho would die a few minutes. out of S eve akich, an Austrian wbo.whoUy ,)oneath tho had shot himself, removal the bullet tried. Tho mill is of from the heart replaced tho organ' nm, ,a sltuat0(1 1 tho mouth of , c dopth ot GC0 fMt m, aro nblo to ' ... FROM HEART; ALIVE 0f handling the orca In tho deep .nous t t,l '"ilia are llnblo to bo swept away surgeon at St. by.great avalanches. An experiment .MAX d, n bee 000 fe capacity of at B , far a8 J ,nt ' From a Far-rol- l. l" "' .1 . I 00m, room and room are excavated In successive steps down an incline. Ore Hoartburn, indlgostion or distress is elevated to the ore bin room and ot uie siomacn is instantly rouoved passes down by cravitv by Horblno. It, forces tho badly digested food out of tho body and rePleurisy pains aro located Just bestores tone in tho stomach and bowlow tho short ribs. Lumbago affects els. Prlco COc. .Sold by Ohio County Drug Company. m tho samo region but toward tho back 4 Ballard's Snow Liniment is tho rotneX UXDERGROUXI) MILL1XG. dy in either case. If rubbed in thor- oughly U onses pain, rolaxos the musColorado gold mining suffers from cles and tho patlont can move about the great masses of snow that cover freely and comfortably. Prlco 2Cc, tho mountain sides whore tho mills uvu uim jfi.uo p0r by bottle. tor crushing the ore havo been plac- - Ohio County Drug Company. Sold up m C mJT' J"001' hgh J ;e !!, coaM?lo . lnuousl. fUe . A FARMERS' PLUMB PLAN dent Wilson nnd his covennnt who havo been disappointed beyond mea-sur- o by tho fnlluro of tho Sonato to ratify tho troaty In tho shnpo upon which tho President hns stubbornly Insisted. 'Deterioration' is perhaps tho easiest and least cxponslvo formu la In such a caso. No doubt our esteemed neighbor Itself has been told hundreds of times by dissenting rondors or lndlgnnnt correspondents thnt It fins greatly 'deteriorated in ability, If not In moral respectability, slnco tho days whon It had tho hon or to bo In full ngreoment with tho opinions of tho persons now criticising it. 'Lack of real leadership nnd nn unwillingness to follow it if It should dovolop,' may bo translated as meaning nothing moro or less than tho rejection of tho leadership of Woodrow Wilson nnd tho unwillingness to follow any rcprcsontatlvo or agent of his attomptcd executive autocracy. Thuft understood, thp 'deterioration' of tho Senato and its 'lack of leadership' become perfectly plain oven to tho most ordinary comprehension." 'Now York Sun. t "TIGER" DEFEATED IN PARIS CAUCUS IS NOW TO'BE URGED Would' Give All Hands 70 Cents Per Hour Basic ur Day Failed By 19 Votes End Of Career Seen For Grand Old Man Paris, Jan. 1C Premier Georges Clcmenccau went down to. defeat nt tho hands of his countrymen today In a caucus of ho Sonato and Chamber of Deputies to chooso a candldato for tho presidency of tho republic. Senators and Doputies, after tho caucus, in which Paul Deschancl, President of tho Chamber, led tho Promior by nlnoteon votes, generally expressed tho opinion that tho vote means elimination from public Jiro of "tho father of victory", Premier Clemcnceau being neither n Senator nor a Deputy. M. Clomcncenu's friends already aro searching for another candidate, as President Polncaro Is reported to havo refused to ncccdo to tho demand and of a deputation of Senntors Deputies that ho bo a candldato fqr Ho Is said to havo renewed emphatically tho expression of his determination not to bo a candidate. Uccord Attendance. Never before in tho history of presidential elections in Franco has a plenary caucus been attended by such a largo number of Deputies and Senntors, 821 out of 924 being present. Heretofore it has been the custom to call a caucus only of tho parties of tho Left, but today M. Deschanel stands as tho chosen candidate both of the Chamber and Senate all tho " m V Washington, Jnn. 17 Reprcsonta-tlv- e Carl W. Rlddlak, of Montnnn, friend of tlio farming interests in Congress nnd lilinsolf n farmor, hag had road Into Congressional Ilocor' a facetious burlesque- on tho Plumb railroad plan which was prepared by the American Defense Society. It Im In tho form of an act and Is as follows: "The government of tho United Stntes shall have tho farms npprnlsod and shall take them over, paying tho owners 4 per cent government bonds. "A commission shall be formed to run tho farms thus taken over to bo composed of fifteen members, flvo of whom shall bo farmers, flvo shall bo farm employes, and five shall bo appointed by the President of tho United States. The flvo farmer commls-cr- s. The flvo cmployo commissioners shall bo elected by tho farm employes. They shall hold offlco for two years, and their salary hall be fixed by the commission. "Tho commission shall at onca proceed to employ proper persons to operate the farms, as far as possible, employing the present operators and their wives and children when work-in- g to continue on fornix now occu- IV i t V m 4 t To Tlio Would you not llko to feel that your stomach troubles aro ovor, that you can eat any kind of food that you cravo? Consider then tho fact that Chamberlain's Tablets havo cured others why not you? There nro mnny who havo been restored to health by taking these tablets and can now cat any kind of food that m they cravo. : What you pay out your good money for is cigarette satisfaction and, my, how yuu au gci il in cvciy pun oi oameisr blended choice -- Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos in Camel cigarettes elimi- nate bite and free them from any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor. BXPERTLY ' of the tobaccos yet re- taining the desirable "body." Camels are simply a revelation!-- . You may smoke them without tiring your tasteJ low-mildne- ss health news. t! it . i Cattlo are fattened for slaughter "The commission snail fix the rate by being over(cd and not allowed to of pay for farmers and farm em- oxorclso. Many men and women pro-paployes, but tho first year tho folthemselves for slaughter u lowing into shall govern: voluntarily adopting 'tho "stnll fed parties. Premier Clcmenccau tonight sen' "Farmers operating 100 acres and llfo". Don't overeat and tnko plont; tho following letter to Leon Bourunder shnll be paid ninety cents per of healthful outdoor exorcise, geois, formally withdrawing: hour. t "I tnko tho liberty of informing "For farms 100 to"200 acres, $1.25 Hot houso people are like hot house per hour. plants. They can't stand exposure to you thnt I withdraw from my friend? r my candidacy for "For farms 200 acres and up, ?2.00 severe weather. Sleep with tho wln- -l authority per hour dows open and keep every room well the presidency? of the republic and "Farm CT.pli'.vos. 70 cents i.er hour. ventilated. thnt If they fUjjreuard my withdrawal and obtain for mo a majority of vot s "All farmers, farmers wives, children nnd emtiluyei to ork or. a basic This is tho scarlet fovor season, I will refiiso tho mandato so confereight hou." day. with t.mo and i half warns the United" States Public Health red." To Abide Ity Caucus. for overt'iiu! SJiidnya and holiday-- , Service A clean, sanitary mouth t "There thrill be half holidays on will' help to prevent It. Compel tho Replying to a group of Ministers Sundays. children to brush their teeth regular- who brought tho result of the caucus "The commission shall fir tho p. Ice ly and keep tho mouth clean. tvoto to M. Clemenceau, but asked at which produce is to Uo sold ami mm to remain a canuuiuie lor lau Every soro throat Is n danger sig- presidency, the Premier said: trices are nut to be reduced until the badness permits tho dividing of a 5 nal, and mny Indlcato some acute, In"My resolution is definitely madr per cent dividend to th.3 farmers Any fectious disease, such as diphtheria r.nd nothing can change It. 1 deprofit abovo 5 per '.out shall go to or scarlet fever. Take no chances. clared from the first that I did not Have a physician make an Immediate wish to bo a candidate but could not tho L tilted States. 1 A"few hours dofay may resist tho pressure of my irlends. DeSuch a farmers Plumb Plan would examination. ' put tho farmers In as favored a class cause death. rides, 1 dreamed that if elected Plumb bill would init Would bo a link between tho Govern.as the railroad Ono man in every thrco was reject- ment of yesterday and that of tomor-otho railway employes. It would tho farmer of liability of crop ed by drafts boards for physical and for that task general consent According to tho United Is necessary. lalluro and put the result of all such "I submitted to M. Millerand (Alfailures on tho public. Its enactment States Public Health Service, a great would not preclude any other class many pt theso defects might hnvo exandre MUloraud, former Calilnet "from seeking llko favors. been eliminated and probably wll' member, prominently mentioned as meeessor to Premier Clemenceau) the t be In tho next generation. .. was un. names or. tnreo or you u S100 Reward, $100 Don't always call tho aching joint derstood that It was not a question of The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there Is at least "rheumatism," says tho United States Imposing a cholco on htm. In fact, one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Us stages and Public Health Service. Had teeth I warned him that I did not wish. 1 that Is catarrh. Catarrh being Rreatly nro sometimes tho real causo and It know his opinion on those threo conditions Influenced by constitutional fri;o. requires constitutional treatment. Hall's Is always wlso to consult both tho names, Iealng him entire.!" Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and doctor nnd tho dentist. Havo an Now, my role is finished. I am going on the Mucous Suracts thru the niood mado of the teeth. to wrlto M. Bourgeois a letter to let face of the System thereby destroying the foundation of tho disease, giving the hi in know I am not a candldato." patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting naturo In doing Its Surgeons agrco that in cases of work. The proprietors have so much faith In the curatlvo powers of Hall's cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho Catarrh Medicine that they offer Ono first treatmont is most important. Hundred Dollars for any caso that It falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Whon an efficient nntlsoptlc Is apAddrtss F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. plied promptly, thero Is no danger of Ohio. Sold by all Druggist. "5c For Infants and Children Infection ami tho wound begins tq In Use For Over Years or1 'Last week tho prospects for a rati- heal nt onco. For uso on man Ilorozono is tho Ideal antlseptto Always fication of tho treaty when the Sonets beast. the reassembled woro bright, It seemed and healing agent. Buy ,it now and Signature Prlco bo ready for an emorgoncy. ns if nn apreement practically had and $l.G0.Sold by been reached. Now onco moro there 25c, GOc, m County Drug Company. nro doubt nnd uncertainty. What Ohio TO HELP PAPER SITUATION. tho disappointing brougnt has J' change? What force has neutraliz- CHINA KKAHS TO HEDUCE In order to assist tho newspapers rt. AIIMV; BIGGEST IN WOULD tho country districts and small towns ed tho labors of tho compromisers? Another veto of ratification has apand thereby to holp the farnlers to Washington, Jan. 17 China has an get their local news, Representative parently como from the" White Houso, any tho headquarters of no compromise army of 1,250,000, tho largest In Charles A, Chrlstophorson, of South By grapovlno or other means of com- nation, and thoro Is strong agitation Dakota, has Introduced a bill avthor Chlneso munication tho Democratic Senators for pnrtial demobilization. lzlng tho Federnl Trade Commlssio been told to draw away from the leaders and somo foreign advisors have tako contn)1 of tha onUre supp,y parleys, and they havo obeyed. A urging the Peking govornmont and ot print paper, including that ftianu 500.-00- 0, determination to bo free men and freo the provinces to cut tho force to fnctur-JIn this country and that im200,000 of on both nnd to maintain Senators is not yet dominant ported, for the purpose of distributing Govsides of tho Senate chamber. Tho theso at tho border lines. Tho and allocating it so that publisher' country wants tho treaty ratified. Tho ornmont, however, is not dUposod t& may receive a Just and fair proporsetworld wants tho treaty ratified. In consent to this, fearing Shantung tion ot tho supply," it being, the Inno quarter Is there a deslro to havo tlement nnd the advance of tho tent hereof to grant o tho Federal forces in Siberia. tho peqco settlement postponed unTrade Commission the powor and auTho govornmont is unable to pay thority to alleiato the present short til noxt year. New York Tribune tho soldiers, and tho law requires ago In tho supply of print paper hv full pay for oach before demobilizadistribution and allocation." ' tion. . mm FOR FLETCHER'S PULP WOOD COSTLY. HOUSE AT DOOHN 18 HKMODKLKl) FOK KAISEU . 4 In 20 years pulp wood has ris.en "Tho Hon. John Sharp Williams, Amorongen, Jan. Reconstruction in cost 033 per cent. Its consump Mississippi Is reported "as deof recently tion in that period has increased near claring that he does not know what nf tho houso at Doom with tho Sonato." It purchased by former Emperor Wll- -' ly 160 per cent. In 1890 the pulp Is tho mattor Germany, Is progressing stea- used for mai.lu,? ppor was nearly is a coincidence perhaps worth not- Ham of ono quite re- dily, although tho erstwhile Kaiser' 2,000,000 cords; in 1909 It amounted ing that on at least upon Holland for to 4,000,000 cords. For the past cent occasion tho Senato, with politely expects a demand astonishment, was 'trying1 his extradition. Ho is said to anti- flvo years tho averago consumption disguised During tho last nlno fow was 5,300,000. to find out what was tho mattor with cipate moving to Doom in, a years about 9,000,000 cords ot pulp ml: .V 'A'tho Hon. John Sharp Williams. They months. i Count HohenMernil8;not prepar wero Import oil, Tho American Forwho now talk of the 'deterioration' of wn estry Association is urging the planttho Senato and of its acephallc con- ing a lottorTJpJiSfon80a8 uo It has been ing ot forests, to Increase tho producroported, dition and unwillingness to bo led are paper-makinIn general those partisans bf' Presi learnbd'uWKthorltive Information tion of wood for ro ' vo w, pied". Camels win instant andHpermanent Success with smokers becausie the blend brings out to the limit the refreshing flavor and delightful msl- R. For your own satisfaction you must compare Camels with any cigarette in the world at any price. Then, you'll best realize their superior quality and the rare enjoyment they provide. Wm.ton-Sr.ljm- J. REYNOLDS T03ACCO COMPANY.' . N. C IY FULTON COUNTV HAS WELL WITH "BLOWING SPELLS" &mj3H5m& CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER ... 1 y st' CASTORIA 7 &&& 30 $1-0- 0 )- i Hickman, Ky Jan. 17 A "blow-Ing- " well, with a draft sufficient to a blow a tin bucket off tho top,-I- s phenomenon on the farm of 'Jess Chamber at Jordon, ten miles from horo. feet deep Six Tears Ago, Thinking She Might Die, Sas Texas Lady, Bui K Tho well is seventy-fiv- e h casing, and when finwith a She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardui Foe ished' it had the appearance of an, ' ordinary well with an abundant supHer Recovery. , ply of good water. Lator it was observed that.it was Royse City, Tor. Mrs. Mary KI1- - the better. That was sfcc years as addicted to "blowing spells" usually Just boforc a change In weather, tho man, of this place, says; "After tho and' I am still here and am a frt&L water invariably turning several de birth of ray little girl... my sldojcom- - strong woman, and I owo my Bis aa. grees colder. Cardui.' I had only taken half tte. menced to hurt me. I had to goTback bottle when I began to feel bsataa.. to bed. Wo, called the doctOKSgj ST Don't You Forget It. The mleery In my side got lees.... X"' Bear in mind that Chamberlain'3 treated me... but I got no better. 1 continued right on taking tho Can2t. Tablet's rot only" move tljo bowels but got worso and worse until the misery until I had' taken three bottles sail 1j improve tho nppetlto and strengthen did not need any moro for I was vfi?.. tho digestion. Thoy contain no pep- was unbearable... I was In bed for sin or other dlgestlvo ferment but threo months and suffered such, npony and never felt better in my life... 2t have never had ' any trouble from f&tt-'da- y strengthen the stomach and enable it that I was Just drawn up In a knot... to this." x to perform its functions naturally, m" I told my husband if he would got Do you suffer from headache, tiae). WHEAT FREED FROJI SMUT me a bottle of Cardui I would try'lt. . . ache, pains in sides, er other taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do yoa ZzeSs Jensen's process of cleaning wheat I commenced It se to free it from smut has been revived evening I called my family about weak, nervous and faggod-outand made nforo effective. A hun-- i me... for I knew I could not last give Cardui, the woman's toair, a. dred bushels of wheat can bo cleaned many days unless I bad a change for triaL X VI in a day by the means utfed by R. G. East, ot Sholby Co., Ind. Wheat is i first dumped into cold water, left Is the back cover page it runs up to four hours, placed in a large cylin- $15,000. Theso rates aro for ono Tho Saturday F.venlng drical drum ot galvanized metal, and insertion. into a tank ot water heated to Post rato is $10 a line, and $10,000 sunk ' many : 120 degrees and later to 129 degrees. for- - last cover page. How DENTAL SURGERY is then dried out on a cement floor. pages would you like at these rates? It & Centertown, Ky.. Path Finder. This central wheat treating station : was the first ot its kind in tho United States but the department ot agri- KOREANS HISE AGAEVST JAPANESE, IS HEPORT Offices ovor Morton's Drue culture speedily Investigated tho Storp. Call Cumb. Phono IS. ... treatment and stations aro being London, .Jan. 9 An erected in all tho wheat producing HM parts ot the country. According to rising has broken out in Korea,, acwator treatment cording to a Bolshevik wireless comauthorities the hot is the only one that has proven suc- munication received here tonight from. Moscow, cessful in eliminating loose Bmut. : BEOSiE six-inc- X-,.1- . iliiK. ? Dr. M.M. Dexter I 1- ' , anti-Japane- m . Io'.-Bhov- lk Children Dry CASTOR. A tfid"". g. Diet preserves youth is the opinion of Dr. Joslah Oldflold, of London. A leaves, A deficit ot 36,000,000 marks i's diet containing dandelion revealed In a balance sheet issued by fowl eggs, grapes, lettucecow's milk, the Krupp works at Essen, The water cress, honey and uncooked gun works are now de- salads will rejuvenate tho blood and voted to the manufacture of locomo- cells and keep them young, ho detives, freight trucks, agricultural ma- clares. By the adoption of a partly appara- chinery and moving-Pictur- e replaced ; ... ...... .. rhfruit diet the old cells are tus. it is tne nrsi time since mo by new ones and tho deposit of waste concern, was founded that a loss has matter in tho ceUs is prevented. Mr. been shown. Oldfield fixes the normal, period of life on such a diet at 90 to 100 years. Paper famine is forcing newspjf?. 1 pers ana periodicals all over tha REFUND OF4LIO.UOH TAX country to combine, reduce size, rais? PROVIDED BY NEW BILL advertising and subscription rafeS Washington, or in many cases go out ot business Jan. 17 Internal altogether. ' Numerous Sunday 'pa- revenue taxes on all unsold intoxipers now sell at 10 cents or moro cating liquora paid to tho Governmen The Ladles' Home Journal sends us by brewers and distillers would bo reIts now "advertising rato card, and funded by tho Treasury Department today by you may ba interested in seeing what under a bill Introduced monthly charges for Representative Sabath, DomocrQlli that high-tone- d Its advertising space. The rate Is qialms for such refunds wquWiP re$12 a 'lino or $168 an inch. A full ceived and decided by rth'efCpmls-slone- r page in colors costs $11,000 and if ot Intornal Aovonuelf KRUPI WORKS SHOW DEFICIT once-famo- Oh! I FOR SALE! SHI f $&&& O. I. C- - JS Bred Gilts and young Pig'. Pedigree furnished. LOYALL P. BENNETT Hartford! Kfc Route 7 JOHN WHITE & GO. LOUWWIULE, KY. Llbtrsl assortment and full vslua paid ,,r.P raw 1 Hldat and OeatfUna, msr uiiw MffSQafl' "W tUr iff ,f "? - ,The Hartford ' I Republican 'profane and mentioned tho PnblMieil Weekly by s HARTFORD VP.INTINO COMI'AXV Incorporated W. S. TIXSLKY, Editor Manager. nml lln"liu, Entered according to law nt tho Fotofficc. Hartford, Ky., as mall matter of tho second class. Address all communications The Hartford Republican. to duty In simple faithfulness, dUTuxhig nn atmosphere of iove as the star diffuses light, mid the flower fragrance without being nwnre of It. Watching with eager Interest, they saw that two words summed up his day. Ho gave and forgave. Not that these words fell from his lips, but they were expressed In his pleasant smile, In his kindness, forbearance and charity. Then the angels prayed to God, asking, "O Lord, grant lilin tho gift of miracles I" The answer quickly came, "I writ; ask him what gift.lt shall be." So the angels nsked the holy man, "Would you like to liave the touch of your hands heal the sick?" But he nnswered, "No; that Is God's work." (the Christian Church). Again they asked, "Would you like to .'JANUARY 30 FRHhVY . convert guilty souls, and1 bring back HIGH COSTS CAUSE DAILY wandering hearts to the right path?" NEWS PAPER TO SUSPEND "No," he replied, "that is also the Tho Fellow nrho drinks bootleg work of God. I pray; I do not conboozes these days is flirting with Corning, N. Y.. Jan. 21 The Corn-in- e vert." death and courting an audience with "Would you llko to become a model Daily Journal today announced devil. the lussuspension of publication because of of pntlence, attracting men by the ter of your virtues, thus" glorifying pubWhen Emma Goldman, Berkman the increased costs of newspaper God?" and the 247 other deported anar- lication. The Corning Journal Pub If men Still he answered, strong lishing Company will be liquidated should become attached"No; me they chists get to going good and to Mr. Ordi,, In Russia, it's good-nigwould he further from Gad nnd esHEI) HILL tranged from Irlm. The Lonfthus other nary Red. means of glorifying himself." v Filled with astonishment, tljcy cried : The marriage of Miss Maymeo best satisfied people on earth The "What, then, do you desire?" who have to do with Fords ought to Fleiden and Mr. Sherman Ashby was The saint smiled, and asked In turn, who make flivers, as they solemnized at the homo of the Bride's "What can I wish fnr? That God give be those Louisa Wright, me ids grace; with up a big "wad" grand-mothe- r, Mrs. are always dividing that shall I not Saturday afternoon, Rev. Miller of- have everything?" of money. , ficiating. But the angels insisted thnt lie must The Hartford Herald says that the Rev. John Collard closed his meet- choose .a miracle, or have one chosen name of Henry Cabot Lodge will be ing Sunday night at Falrview, with for him. "Very well," he said at length, weary forgotten 30 years hpnee. Do you three professions. thinU that all Democrats are going The Slork seems to like this vicini- nf their Importunity. "I wWi that I may do 11 great deal of good without to die within the coming scorp and ty very well. He has visited the f ever knowing It." years ? places in the last month: Ira ten How were they to carry out such a Acton's, Dewey Dover's and Norvlllo wish? Finally they hit upon the folworn out two or three York's, leaving in each home a boy We have lowing plan: Every time the saint's pencils trying to figure out just why is attending shsidow should fall behind him or on Mr. James Bozarth either side where lie. could not see it, that fool Republican senate in Wash- High School, at Hartford ington D. C. don't do every thing just Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Acton and son this hhadoy would have the power to' when and as president Wilson wantn Delbert, were the guests of Mr. anl cure disease, soothe pain, and comfort the sorrowing.' it done, and further: why don't this Mrs. Ira Bozarth Sunday. And so the wMi was fulfilled. When bunch of Republicans at other" fool Mr. and Mrs. Leamon Burton visit- the dear old man walked abroad, his Frankfort do just as .nose 19 Sen- ed with Mrs. Burton's parents, Mr. shadow, thrown on the ground on ators want them to do in Kentucky and Mrs. Myers, of Falrview. either side or behind him, made nrid 1 declare, I never seed sich contrary Miss Lorena Bozarth is visiting paths moist, gave fresh greenness to Remortals as these modern-da- y her aunt, Mrs. Chester Roach, of withered vegetaJKin, brought back mubrooks, sic to the parched, drled-upublicans be. Hartford, Route 1. Mr. and Mrs. Rob Schroader have niljl roses to the pale cheeks of sufferOur idea as to tho least exciting gone to Akron, Ohio, where Mr. ing little children, nnd diffused joy everywliere. , work. stuff we have seen in the daiby papers Schroader expects The saint went simply nbout ills for some time is this vote as to whethW M. Potts, Mrs. Ira Bozarth dnlly duties, knowing nothing of the Mr. er Jack Dempsey or Bob Martin and children, Lorsne and Oscar, Miss blessedness of his falling shadow. At European Fannie Burton and Mrs. Ernie Roach should meet Carpentier, the hist ids very name was forgotten .and World's honors. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. he was reverently called "The Holy Fistic some The Frenchman Is looking for Shadow.". Pittsburgh Dispatch. Chester Roach, Friday. join and a tile. The whipping of MarMr. Doc Burton, wlfo and daughter tin would likely bring to his coffers attended services at Falrview church Ukrainians in Canada. There are about 2:"0,000 Ukrainians but little of the former and nothing Sunday night. at all In the way of a crown. Hence Mr. Ira Bozarth and Ernie Roach in tlie Canadian Northwest. They bewe figuro that when tho wiley Poihi made a Business trip to' Hartford, gan to emigrate from their native land In the '00s. Most of them were farmenters the squared arena with a pugi- Friday? . ers!, nnd today .they occupy whole of the pond It will list f roni tills side m counties in Alberta nnd Saskatchewan. )e with Dempsey and not Martlu. CENTRAL GROVE. They were not illiterate when they Ay came to America and they, have been of Senator Burton, a Democrat Meeting began here Sunday night, busily educating themselves during tho 'Grant County, refused to bo a party conducted by tho pastor Rev. W. C Inst -- 0 years. to the scheme of the othor Democrats Talor. There Is n Ukrainian publishing in tho Senate whereby they might ibo belonging to Joe T. house in Winnipeg. This concern does Tho residence able to stifle every attempt tQ enact Miller, of this community, burned not merely issue a foreign langungo newspaper. It is gradually bringing reforms pledged by the! Friday night masures and about seven o'clock. out reprints of nil that Is best la new Administration anu rasien me air. and Mrs. E. R. Stevens and Ukrainian literature. The Ukrainian appointments of both Stanley and d children loft Sunday for Oklahoma, fnrmer In Canada lias a row of Black around the neck of Governor whoro they will make their future bookshelves such ns the averugo Burton has been Morrow. Senator American farmer might not be able to home. called every thing most from Judas, show. Misses Lettyo and Arbye William to Benedict Arnold by the Democrats Nellye and Alma Roeder were guests Deadly Spiders. of the State. Burton got back at of Mis Novo Ashby Sunday . We have In this country a small some of his Democratic critics In a student of Hartford Otis Ashby, spider, commonly known ns the "black a rather unique mariner when he told R widow," which Is very deadly. It has was abetter Democrat then, that he ( Qoff wag tho guest red spots on Its abdomen. There Is no Miss Geneva than they for ho had not voted for of M,s8 Eva Brown Sunilay, question of the fact that its bite Is the enfranchisement of 75 000 negro Qorf Jg, visiting h'-- . often fntnl. "v women In Kentucky and they had. grand-parentMr. and Mrs. Alney Rather odd Is the fact that this species of spider Is found in most parts Tiger" Clemenceau, of Tichenor. Tho "Old of the world. In New Zenland It la . France, after a life of devotion spent called the "katlpo;" In Santo Domingo 1HG FAMILY AIM for the greater part, for the French f the "red rump." Not only does It kill, Republic has been relegited to the but the death, It Inflicts Is Inconceiv(Glasgow Times) ably frightful. The brain is affected, rear. Had It been loft to the out Timrn i n inrsBv cow on the Lewis and a dropsy of the skin may distort side world he would in all probability "have received nine out of every ten farm, near town that ought to have the victim's features to such an, exuiioa fnr ProHlflmit nf tho Kenuulic n nenslon. Last weeK Blie gave uinn tent as to render him unrecognizable. "Over there," wnllo no was auie to to tnreo neauny, rouusi cuivua, i The Investor's Innings. muster only about 100 votes out 01 of which aro still living, me imru "I could paper a room with the valqf the National As- - having died from exposure the 889 members certificates I have bought," sembly, being defeated oy l'aul ues Mr. W. A. Huddleston, who "will I ueless stock unlucky man. the president of the Cham- movo to tho C. T. Adams farm in tho ; remarked do It. A'vall yourself of a chanel, former "Don't ber of Deputies. Tho new President Cave City section, Is our authority. suro thing at last and paste up war Millerand as has selected Alexander savings stumps." KOR SALE Clemenceau's successor as Premier. Dropped From the Team. Georges Clemenceau has been as a Friend So you dropped Private comet to other stars Jn tho firmament IDC acres of land 10 m!les,from Hartof State within the past fow years ford, Ky., near Dundee, on the M. H. Halfback from your service football and it seems unflttng that tho 'Tger' & E. R. R., about 30 a. cleared and tenm. Soldier Yes. Ho tell down In scholshould taste his first -- efeat in the 120 a. in timber. Rough river bottom black loam. For particulars call arship. Ills average last month was midst, of a reign acknowledged by all lund, less than four Germans a doy. Life. on or Address W. II. RENFROW, tho World to be so brilliant. Dundee, Ky. 30tf Wings. Our Friend, the Hnrtford Herald "Riches have wings," remarked the After long experimentation an Ital- ready-mad- e pays " 'Tis sacrilegious to compare philosopher. them," nreaning Wilson and Lodge. ian scientist has succeeded ln making "Yes," replied Mr. Dustln Stox; "and Maybe you aro right, Hrother, but it felt and cloth from spun glass for use I might ndd that they can. be useful in depends as lo how and whom you as insulating material in storage bat- - many ways lu hands of a bkllled aviator," Wo did not mean to Le teries. worship. NOTICE TO SlfnSCKIHEUS Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give tho old address In making tho request. Buslrtess Locals and Notices 10c per line, and Sc per line for each additional insertion. 'Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for each head line and slgnautre, money CHIUSTIAN CHURCH PLANS In advance. $12000,000 CAMPAIGNS Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per St. Louis, Jan. 21 Plans for conwill Anonymous communications campaign to ducting a nation-wid- e receive no attention. $12,000,000, its first year' raise world miota for the interchurch TELEPHONES movement, were considered today by G9 r- Farmers Mutual. representatives of the Executive con .' 123 Cumberland vention of tho Dlsclpls of Christ self-sam- sacrilegious when wo name of your mrai-llabl- o tho ame column with One in that of Senator Lodge. Guess vo were thinking of tho time when ho stooped to meddle in Amercan especially in tho days Just preceding the l9lS elections when ho sent that partisan epistle broadcast over tho land appealing to tho Country to elect nono to office but Dsn:o- Icrats. on account of their loyalty or words to that effect. Of course, you will recall as to how tho T'hllis-tlnc- s laid down on him, saying tlut they did not wish a House and Senate made up from the party of which this e Infallible Ono Is the head bodv and feet. "Wo apollglzo and ask .forgiveness for bur waywardness and 'seeming sacrileglousnoss, promising better things,, especially in tho near you will run Wood- j future, provded row for the third term or for life. nf-fal- BMBHHBPHHHHHKMHHHHHHHHHNiHHmM HIS PATH ONE OF BLESSINGS Beautiful Legend of "Holy Shadow" Might Well Serve as an Inspiration to All. It Is a French legend, so old Hint we do not know when It wax written, or rnther when it grow. Wo may not believe In the miracle glvliur, but In the heart of tile story lies nn exquisite pearl of .truth. And thus runs tho old legend. A very long time ago there dwelt upon the jenrth n saint so good that the nngel themselves enme down from heaven to see how any mortal could live so holy and beautiful a life. They found u man going about his dully Geo. Delker Buggies . nw.JwiOTini,Hni in w miTUf ) "V -- CONSTRUCTED of the very best material by the T TWflf ...... workmen; therefore reliable, easy riding and light of draft. In fact, they are perfect in every detail. We have a car load of these famous buggies. Look over the line and get our prices before you purchase! 4 ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, liii&iplPf " ht KENTUCKY k HAD WISHED TO BE TERRIBLE Little Old Boche, Seemingly So Gentle and Harmless, Inoculated With the Deadly Virus. Then there was the little old Roche. In him alone one went through the whole whirl of thought which every herd of German prisoners starts In nno - nnd I have seen many. When first seen nt the head of a new column, he n appeared simply ridiculous In to the llambnyaut image the Uerinun military rulers have tried to filst upon the world; ho wns so small, so shriveled, his clothes were so wrinkled, he was bo dirty, he ran so eagerly. Then, as he neared, compassion sclz- ed oae. He was wounded ; he ran, encircled by the arm of a friend, nnd his IrcucI wabbled weakly as he ran. Ho had a little pointed beard which curv-'e- d upward at the end; he wos about forty-fiv- e years old; lie was the humblest, gentlest little man. He snt down on a stone near the dugout entrance; he would not lie dfiwn, but his head rocked weakly on ids small, narrow shoulders; now and then ids thin little beard pointed straight to the sky; and lie was so deathly pale! One of our surgeons went to him nnd with long n scissors cut away his blouse. The thing fell to the earth, heavy with blood mid here In the shoulder was a great red hole going right down Into -eontru-dlMlnctlosod-Vle- cured weed going asjilgh as 10 cents per pound. I was born and reared in Ohio Logan county contains some very county, near PrenUss, having beenfl" fertile land which Is rapidly ad- ln J,rke' 80,"nS now from away for some time thought I wou!dvanci" $75.00 to $1D0 per ncro. Whilewrite a few lines to, my Old County, arm ,al)3r Js 8caro and hIgh ,n.prrt Paper, which I am always delighted farmer wlh hust,0 ca g0 ovor to receive, scorns like getting a weck-l- 0 top aHn0UB ,t ,ooks ko Inost ly letter from home. c,nM f Jgureg n8t tho fann. I am living near Riissellvlllo and am farming. Russollvillc Is a nirc " 'ls County are crganlz-6.00- 0 old town, has a population of about ett,,,B pother, which ought and is a good central tobacco'11' market, having two good loose leaft0 noIp lf taoy work in ay-house- s Yours truly, recently built. Tobacco hai G. S. LEACH, been bringing a record price. Air RUSSHLLVILLK LETTER - Faers J HTM V 1 p . YOU WILL WANT A y 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. iifinT " - well-(Hie- I saw him again, inter, when I passed the first aid station, lying dead on his stretcher, abandoned on the ground. He had died seemingly In a last wabble of Ids poor neck; his thin beard pointed to the sky" In a slender spiral ; bis eyes, rolled back slightly, were the blue of n child's he seemed really so harmless, this poor little old Roche. One wondered nt the Irony of the fate which had. precipitated him Into tho whirl of this gigantic adventure lie who lind been meant so little for any adventure. One of our hospital corps men, standing near, seemed to feel some of this. "The poor little old fellow died while I was carrying him," he snld. , Then my eyes by chance fell on the stiffened hands. On one linger wns a ring. And the signet of that ring wns a skull emphasized by crossbones! This little mild being, In his own childish way he also, to the best of his ablliry, hnd sought to be terrible-Ja- mes Hopper In Collier's Weekly. Extensive phosphate deposits on Nauru or Pleasant island and Ocean island, locnted about midway between tho Marshall and Solomon Islands, northwest of New Zealand, are said to be the most valuable deposits of tho kind in the world. The lslnnds, of coral formation, have for ages been (he "rookeries of sea Ulrds, which have deposited guano thnt has impregnated the limestone, forming phosphate rock Tho quantity of 40 feet in depth. phosphates uvallable Is estimated at f00,000.000 tons, and as fertilizer It is said to rlvnl tho famous nltrato fields of Chill. .This phosphate possesses 85 per cent of mnnurlal value, us ugalnst nbout 27 per cent of tho best English phosphate, according to n statement in New Zealand Dulry-mi- n Ueforo the war these Islands belonged to Germany, but liavo since been Rich Phosphate We Have 25 Coat Suits At the following prices: $26.50 $28.50 $30.00 $32.50 $35.00 $42.50 s, Deposit. Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now. Coat Suits, now Coat Suits, now ...: $21.50 23.50 24.50 26.50 .27.50 32.50 Don't fail to see these if you are in need of a Coat Suit. token over by tho Rrlllsh government, and now It Is urged that they bo turned over to Australia nnd New Zenland, since much of this phosphate Is needed for the agricultural 'districts of theso two countries, . Carson L Co. i Hartford, Kentucky. V 1 .... f - ti Mr S L King, after spending n few days hero with his family, returned to Decatur, Ala., Tuesday. STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko'.) iiiiifC" TTIP. f TMITPn PT A TPO tl k. inc umicu oiaico tMHMTPTn i rrf Anr it. rtumimo iha.liulh Trt & ha '1'0 New Suits We have just received a delayed shipment of young men's suits they are here your inspection. These goods were the old price, and are bargains in beauties in style and workmanship. see them. ; ready for bought at price and Call and Miss Carrie McKenncy, who has had serious troublo on account of an Wo hain't got much notion whoth-- . nbcess In hor head, Is considerably er wo had orter say it or not, but Improved. we'd a heap sight ru'thor our wjmmen folks would tut that tattle Mr. and Mm. Ino Sonnett, of Okla., who have been visiting friends and Tho dry spoil has Just started and relatives hero and In the County, for tho Office Devil says ho has had to soveral days, left for their home, soap himself twlco to keep from yesterday. squeaking when ho bend3 his dry frame a little bit. Miss Myrtle Carter, who Is attendi ing school hero, was called homo To save further worry, trouble and serl-lu- s few days ago on account of tho Illness of her sister, Margaret, cost, we tako this method to warn the would-b- e friends of Ernest BIrkhead who hns pneumonia. and family, that they will havo to spring something stronger than wood County Agent M. L McCracken will alcohol on Ernest if they expect a loavo Sunday for Louisville, to visit wreath of flowers to bo appropriately relatives a few days before going to used in connection with any sort of Lexington to nttend tho State Conceremonies having to do with the Old which vention of County Agents, Man. meets there on the 27th. ANNOUNCES INAUGURATION NEW PASSENGER SERVICE: Effective Jan. 26th between ? vi i niiTruj1 U11U r. 1 L.L.U1I1I 1 1 Daily Except Sunday on following schedule: i r-- i av m Wj n Wektlmnnil 8:10 A. M 8:57 A. w Lv. Ellmltch i n:ub a. iin)i iv 12-1- m. .. ., .u M M P. 2:40 P. l,v. unrtroru Ar. .uamsonviiio uv 4tiuuisuuviut; Ar Providence Ar. Clay -. . . EnntliniTm. Ar. 0:35 P. TT. .Ar. 5:52 p. az. 'J jat. 4:3u i' .u. ' . wir. o;tu l . Lv. 2:59 P.M. Lv. 2:45P.JT. t 114 and 115 between Ellmltch local freight trains. will become Present trains and Mndison.vilIB LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROADFor dctnllcdlnfoi-iitation- , - apply to local ticket agent. IMiMBHNb 4"IH htt Overcoats No possible chance for cheaper ones this fall. BE WISE, BUY NOW. We are offering our a When a preacher announces Capt. A. J. Harnett, who has been meeting for men nnd boys only over at Camp Dodge Iowa, for several the ago of 12 or 14 years, and then months, has been assigned to the re when he delivers tho said sermon and cruiting service and detailed for duty nothing therein Is heard that could to Minneapolis and Duluth, Minn., not be said In the presence of the where he will bo for tho next 70 days, most fastidious and modest society, or longer. f there will more than likely bo those County Agent M. L. McCracken, John Bell and Arvln Tichenor, of this place, were In Christlon County, Monday, inspecting 'somo cattle with a They also atview of purchasing. tended a big land sale In Todd county before returning home Wednesday has purchased tho residence property of Rev. W. JI. Foremnn, occupied by him on Clay Street. Rev. Foreman has purchased property in Fordsvillo and will move to that place at an early date. Leslie Carden will occupy the residence vacated by Rev. Foreman. C. B. Carden SOW GOOD SEEDS Building. Material Flooring, Ceiling, Roofing, Siding, Finishing Boards, Moldings, Porch Posts, Porch Brackets,. Ventilators, House Paint, Roof Paint, Linseed! Oil, Turpentine, Varnishes, Stains, Door Lacks. Door Hinges, Nails, Strap Hinges. j in tho audienco who go away discheated you might say. satisfied remaining stock at a twenty per cent reduction. Our motto is not to carry over stock. They must work. Come in and get your pick at a bargain. . Ernest BIrkhead went to Louisville a few days ago and from thence to Vlncennes, Ind. About the time BIrk arrived home a big, handsome wreath f flowers cam,o to his family from the first named city. His good wlfo and X" friends can In nowise account "for tho floral offering, except it be that It is generally known that ho who indulges nowadays, usually winds up by having It said over his inanimate form, "Poor fellow, another victim oT wood alcohol." Farming Implements Wagons, Buggies, Surrey's, Rubber & Steel Tire, Disc Harrows, Sulkv Plows, Riding & Walking Cultivators, One and two-roCorn Planters. w - 3 "Z ; - J4x&l&C)a k The Hartford FRIDAY It don't pay to sow inferior seeds We have the very best Red Top and Red .Clover that can be had. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. ;9tt m MISSISSIPPI REJECTS SUFFRAGE AMENDMENT Republican ..JANUARY 0 Judgo R. It. Wedding was in yesterday, on business. ro 'personal-new- s Judgo C. M. Crowe, Who has been confined to his room for several days, Is able to be otiT again. C , ! Mrs. ill for several days with an aggra- MIsa Martlno Taylor ha3 a case of vated case of "tonsilltls, mumps. FOR Oliver Chilled Plows, Vulcan Mrs. C. E. Smith Is on tho sick list Chilled Plows and repairs for both, this week. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. see 2St4 ' Eilla4KIng has accepted a position with Williams & Duke. Mrs. J. W. Taylor wlfo of. Dr. Taylor, who has been seriously 1U of Mr. W. G. Her, of Rockpoft, was pneumonia, had improved at press hero Tuesday on business. hour. Miss Deulah Moore, who taught tho school at Matanzas, completed tho torm and returned to her hom Sir. and Mrs. Clarenco Igleheart Friday. A Sunday from a shoit bridal horo last returned and social events 0. Hunter hisbeen quite poultry. Wo pay cash every day for eggs and W. E. ELLIS & BRO". trip. k .fs ; Mrs. Vernon P. Ligon, of HenderMonday until from. Mrs. E. E. BIrkhead, who has beetf son, spent confined to hor Wednesday hero, with her parents, quito sick Is still Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Plrtle. room. Alec Vick and 'Farena Taylor, of Squire John H. Miles, of near ParaMonday, on near town, were married Sunday dise, was In Hartford Theso are colored people much rebusiness. spected by all who know them. Judgo J. E. Fogle, who has been to Mr. Ross Taylor, who went very 111 for some time is very much Ky., somo two weeks ago to Stono, improved. remain until spring, returned Wed account of tho serious ill Mr. Park Taylor returned Wedno j nesday on he spent ness of hisinother. day from Louisville, fliero the past woek. Mr, and Mrs. 0. R. Tinsley.Messrs Allen, George Jones and Mr. J. H. Williams, who has been J. Walter room for several days W. M. Lake, wore among those of the confined to his Washington neighborhood, attending is much Improved. church services here Tuesday night. Miss Kennedy Collins spent last t Mr. and Mrs. Moris Davidson, week-en- d in Beaver Dam, the guest Louisville, spent from Saturday until of Miss Erma Carter. Monday here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. McCracken. Mr. Davidson Miss Taullno Barnard of Beaver Is president of the Courier-JournDam, spent last week end hero, the Job Printing Co. guest of Miss Martine Taylor. al , : . ' U- t I hwvo installed my Broom Factory Ople Reed will bo here March tho on tho in tho building adjoining Dr. Bean'B 12th, filling tho last number ,., atnra In Hnrtfnril. Will make lyceum course for the present year. your brooms at a reasonable cash price. Mr. E. E.. BIrkhead returned TuesN. A SCHROADER. where ho 30t3 day from Vlnconnes, Ind., had gone to purchase somo horses. Mr. .and Mrs. Timer Westerfield, of spent tho Alexandra neighborhood, I am paying moro cash every day Saturday .night and Sunday here, the Eggs and in tho week for Poultry, guests of Mrs. Westerflold's mother, Cream than any buyer I know of. Mrs. A. W. Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. RILEY, L. T. W. II. Gillespie, Hartford, Ky. r-.- 21 The Federal Woman's Suffrage Constitutional Amendment was rejected today by tho lower house of tho Mississippi Legislature after ten minutes of debate. The vote was 10 G to 25. Those opposing ratification argued that tlip amendment would give negro womeV I was talking to mjvwife tho pther tho right to vote and was an invasion day about tho big times I was going of State rights. to havo fishing this coming spring &c, when she says "J looks like that's COFFEE .Direct from roaster to about all you think of or look forward consumer, we will roast, grind and to. I says, "Woman! don't you , deliver by prepaid parcel post three know that John and pounds of good, strong Coffee, for 4 of all the Apostles were originally One Dollar. fishermen, vjiot enly for fun- merely. HOPKIN'SVILLE COFFEE CO, but for a living?" Then she flarea (Incorporated) ip and says "stop your back-firinHopklnsvllle, Ky 2St4p I'm not argueing with you about what . them apostles first did, what I'm say01 INFLUENZA DEATHS ing to you is that you'll never reCHICAGO'S DAY RECORD member getting out of the worm, ( hook and line gang. What thasan.-hl- ll Chicago, Jan. 21 For the first do you spose she meant, anyhow' time during tho present epidemic, influenza deaths surpassed deaths from Somo days ago we received a letter deaths from an appreciated friend, a fine pneumonia, when sixty-on- e were reported from Influenza in the old scout, of tho state of Illinois. The lust 24 hours. letter started something like Uils: Health Commissioner Robertson Dear Friend Tins: Enclosed find made public tho following figures lato check for $1.50 for which send rac today: your dirty sheet another year. (We of instances Now cases of influenza, 2,008; new could give numerous cases of pneumonia, 181; deaths from complimentary letters like the above, The above influenza, CI; from pneumonia, 21. but bashfulness forbids.) "" mentioned Fellow lives in Shawnee-tow111., and signs himself D. D. S yiON'T YOU KNOW" Should any of cur readers ever hapThat every man in Ohio county, is pen to hit Shawneetown and need liable for a fine not exceeding $100 their molar or eye teeth yanked out and three months imprisonment in wo guarantee that this Guy will give tho County Jail ,for failure to pro- you an exhibition ot painless dentls cure a license and tag for his dog, try, that Is to himself, provided howby the first day of January, 1920, ever, you don't get away without cad you have no excuse as the licenses paying him for tho pain he gives and tags have been In the hands of you. It you should, In that event it the County Clork for at least three will perhaps be mutual, the pain I months, so it you have not already mean, ' procured license and tag for your dog you had hotter get busy and get "FOR SALE one. To get a licence and tag by mall, give the following information Ten room dwelling with upper and and send postage: lower balls, garago and other good Your Post Office address. outbuildings, fine water, good orYour. Precinct. chard 'with variety of fruit and three Breed of dog. acres of land In Fordsvllle, near the Male or Female. College. Terms eauy. Color. w W. S. GAINES 30t3 Markings ' Ago of dog. DUKEIIURST For a male dog send $1.02 for the first male and $2.00 for each subseMr. Smith Payno made a business quent male dog. For a femalo dog send $2'.02 for I trip to McLean Co., last week. Miss Margaret Carter, who has the first tomato and $4.00 for each been dangerously ill for somo time, subsequent female dog. ' No ono wants you to pay a fine, Is thought to bo improving. Mr. Ivan Park and family left yesbut you must get your llcenso and tag at once, as you are already liable for terday for Oklahoma to mak'o their tuturo home. tho penalty. W. C. BLANKENSIHP, County , Mr. and Mrs. Iono Slnnett, of Okla., who have been visiting relatives near Clerk. ' here for some timo .returned to their S. A. BRATCIIER, SHERIFF. homo this week. Mr. Herbert MiilkiftVwho had his Praising what Is lost ir.nkcs the foot mashed considerably, in a bay dear. Shakespoaro. Peter,-AndrewJ-g. n, Jackson, Miss., Jan. We received a letter a few days ago together with a patented safety coin holder In which Was ?1.D0 for a year's ubscription to the Republican. On the reverse side of tho card was the following: "ORDER CARD; Date The Hayner Distilling Co. I hereby order ONE full quart bottle o HAY NER PRIVATE STOCI. BOTTLED- WHISKY" &c &c. We show ed tho letter nnd outfit to the Devil and he said that that was the fisl real direct personal benefit ho had noticed from all of his bune dry business, as he hoped to have a pay-da- y Instead of a. Buckeya State liquor dealer a glttin it. Hardware A general line of Hardware. Cutlery, SheliT Iron Beds, Rockers, Majestic Ranges, Moore & Jewelry, Queensware. 1 Furniture and Stoves: -- Hardware, Garden Tools Carpenters Tools;, Ranges, Moore's Airtight Heaters, Heating-- ' Stoves, Large Rugs, Linoleum, Dining Chairs. 5 n ri p Jttecorcis. liaison rnonograpns os t - ft. t 1 1 -- Four separate departments. Come to see us. can please you in quality. Prices righ- t- We Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. .,. FOR SALE! 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. WIH take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mihi and a quarter from the Court House. One-habottom, the rest upland. 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good roacL 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable, barn and other buildings. Price $3,500. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cashy, ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough Riyer high bottom $65 per acre. lf CAL P. KEOWN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. ' bailer, 3 share of stock of the consolidated" eoc. is getting along nicely Miss Erma, Carter, ot Boaver Dam, poration for ono share of stock oC tte Coal Company and tmt Is here this week at the bed Bide ot Rockport share of stock ot the consoH2ata$-corporatioher sister. for one share ot stocfcaC Mrs. J. E. Park aud son returned to their homo in Owensboro Satur- - the Tucker Coal Company. Said eec- day, after spending some tjme here solldated corporation to be knowa K33 the Rockport Coal Company anfitttife- with relatives. otal capital stock ot said consotft&t'JrfS NOTICE OF CONSOLIDATION corporation to bo equal In thajajfgrW- gato 10 the capital stock of both, tkeBy orders of the boards of dlrec- - above mentioned corporations-tors ot the Rockport Coal Company, Central City, Ky.,- - Jan. 12. I32&. Incorporated, and tho Tuckor Coal R. C. REID notice is' Company, incorporated, Secy., Rockport Co?l Company hereby given that said two corpora. . P.O. McKINNEY, tions intend to consolidate with each Secy., Tucker Qoal Company other on tho basis of issuing onS . tvif k nmrn i f iih TH kl vrwv -' SBMaaBaSSBaSBS.fLSifc r i" nm iiww!lr'.Mw j,ia.) in , ' . IT '" .muf C fv.' WHY IS A HEADACHE? Various AiK'iulii DIRECTORY Judge ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, HEAVER DAM. Vr T. McKenno7. Ch'm'n. Board Clerk R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones.. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollnrd. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR, County Board of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 Ciiurs for Tills Affliction CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slack, Owensuoro. Common Com'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart- or llI(i()(llcviH-- s a Very Com mini Cituxo lcto-Mniign- n J in a use arguing about it, or making chin-musNOminor key! If you've got the jimmy-pip- e or cigarette makin's notion cornered in your smokeappetite, slip it a few liberal loads of Prince Albert! Boiled down to regular old between-us-man-talPrince Albert kicks the "pip" right out of a pipe! joy 'us class! Puts, pipe pleasure into the sports! P. A. is so Makes cigarette rolling the toppiest of fragrant, so fascinating in flavor, so refreshing! Prince Albert can't bite your tongue or parch your throat! You go as far as you like according to your smoke spirit! Our exclusive patented process cuts out bite and parch! ic k, d tin Toppy red bags, tidy red tint, handsome pound and humidos and thaclassy,practtcaIpoundcrystalglasM humidor with sponge moistener top that keeps the tobacco in such perfect condition. half-poun- Overcomes Anemia ami Hartford. Twills to I'H'ieiit Jlcadai'Iics 1st Monday In Match 12 days Com'th. and Civil. When one tins nn occasional heart1st Monday In May 12 days Civil. ache It is usually duo to somo trans1st Mouday inf July 13 days ient or passing cause, such nsvimllBes Com'th. and Civil. etc 3d Monday jtlon, 12 days in Septonibsr When, however, ono suffers from fro-- i Civil. nucnt l'orlodlc headaches thcro is 4th Monday In November 12 days somo special reason for it Com'th. nnd Civil. the. most common of such , Among j reasons Is Anemia or Iiloodlcssncss COUNTY COURT. jTlils condition is especially frequent Meets first Monday In each month. among girls and young women nmt Judge Mack Cook. thoso whoso occupation or habits of County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. llfo keep them too much it doors. Tlio Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshlp. one important necessity in such cases Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. is to build up the quantity and quality Superintendent E. S. Howard. of tho weak and watery blood. Gudo's Jailer Worth Tlchenor. I'epto-JIanga- n is exceptionally valuTax Commissioner D. E. Ward. able for this purpose. It increases Surveyor C. S. Moxley. tho number nnd improves tho qunllty Coroner E. P. Rodgors. of the red blood cells, thoso vital Ilttlo FISCAL COURT. (bodies which carry nutrition to all body. It improves the j parts of tho Meets first Tuesday in April and nppciuc, imparls color to tuo iaco, October. and restores health and strength to 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, the body generally. After a short Route 3. n courso of tho head- 2nd District Sam L. Stevens. Beav er Dam. aches decrease in frequency and severity, nnd finally disappear, If they 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmont. 4tli District G. W. Rowe, Center- !aro due to Anemia. I'epto-Mangmay be had cither in liquid or tablet town. form as preferred. When buying Ctli District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-town bo suro tho name Gudo's is on the package. Without flth District W. S. D?an, Dundee. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. "Gude's" It is not 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartmm ford, Route 5. OKLAHOMA MYSTKHY eye-strai- n, over-tirednes- s, t Pepto-Mnngaan n. I'epto-MangaPepto-Mangan. 20. W. Duff, 4 Fordsvlllo, II. L. Carter, Narrows, Robort Ooff, Rosincv Ky. Dlv. No Ky. er Dam, Dlv. No. 6 Otis II. Stevens, BeavKy. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n, MALADY SIMIKAOIXG R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem- , N. C. 14.23 7.26 9.96 C.4S Iplllil., town lot Mike Woodward, col., (in 14) town lot Colored Mrs. Lyda Berry, (In 13) lot Mrs. Dudley Chlnn, town lot. Paul Carter, (in 15) town lot Anna Foreman, (in 1) lot Scott Groonis, (in S) lot. . . . Stephen Hines, (in 1) lot Henry Jackson, (in 1), lot.. James Shultz, (in 30) SHERIFFS SALE For Stale, County, School, Dog State Koail Thy for 1010. L. F. Raley, 75 a anj L. C. Xo. Hi Centcrtown Smiley, 8 a Xo. 17 Smallhous 1.70 .Mrs. Laura guisenoerry, tot -Xo. 23 Buford , 13.79 EGG-A-DA- Y W. J. Bell, 40 a HEN TONIC 13.27 Mrs. Julia A. Hoover 75x28 a Xo. 21 Bartlctt .71 Have you gotten your 15.8G E. K. Smith, 64?4 a being' sold for package of Egg-A-D- ay 100 23.80 Rainbow Sugar, now Hen 9. S3 J. L. Westerfield, tablo use because of tho sugar short-ag- o Tonic at the store nearest Xo. 20 CcraUo has been pronounced by tho New 5.92 2.12 Oscar Brown, 5 a Sam Durham, town lot.... 4.24 York board of health and tho U. S your home? department of argiculturo to bo harmBe sure your hen's have a Xo. 28 Xarrous 9.29 O. P. Willis, 5 a 5.68 less, sound and not Inferior. Rain- warm nest of straw, good 6.45 Mrs. Vastia Willis, town lot 2.97 bow sugar has been In use for many years In the confectioner's trade. food mixed with Egg-A-D- ay Xo. 20 Ralph 13. 5S 6.94 C. I. Harden, 65 a 29.65 There is a possibility that somo old Hen Tonic and clean water. candy Is also being ground up to apXo. SO Prentiss 11.53 Give your hens a chance and 7.00 pear in this form. 4.11 Reed Shipley, 33 n with eggs at seventy-fiv- e Xo. ill Herbert 18.16 Baltimore American Tho wheels 3.82 4.33 Miss Lucy Haynes, town lot. cents a dozen they will pay revolve and wt get npwhero! Xo. 32 Arnold 5.93 of wage Increases, railroad big dividends. 6.04 J. R. Balzo, 35 a freights must go up and when they 8.S2 W. L. Bratcher, 75 a 8.28 For Sale by go up, tho cost of living increases. Mrs. Laurlna Duvall, 7 a... 3.43 24.87 C. E. Crowdor, Horton. higher wages, higher freights, 8.01 Then 6.77 Newton Embrey,35 a A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords- wages, hither fre'?nts toot! 6.29 Bill Hill, 30 a 8.39 higher vlllo. toot! we're off certainly we're off! 49.24 Xo. 3:1 Render C. C. King, Dundee. 3.96 Mrs. Parllo Stewart, town lot 3.24 A. C. Leach, Roslno, Ky. likened beat to flools Passions are Xo. 3 1 Broadway Laws & Harris'on, Narrows, R. 1. and streams. Sir Walter Ralolgh. 5.92 J. A. Daniel, town lot.... 4.81 A. W. Midklff, Narrows, R. No. 2. Additional 5.36 L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. 12.93 C. J. Baxter, (in 13) 50 a. . . 25.39 Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. 5.47 Mary Jane Brown, (in 30) F. Ronfrow & Co., Narrows. e 20.66 110 acres Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. Wo aro looking for a 14.91 J. H. Crowe, (in 32) 20 a.. 5.92 representative in this county; a man A. W. Willis. Hartford. 4.80 who Is willing to work and "mako 15.41 J. H. Goodwlno, (in 12) 26 a. Mrs. A. James, by Lydia good," to sell our VITAPLASTIO 9.42 Smith, (in 15) town lot.. 4.73 waterproof roofing, light and heavy, 20.12. Mrs. Leo Long, (in 2) T. lot 2.44 house paints, Iron and wood preserv often follows a 8.81 Ernest Payno, (in 31), 72 a. 16.9G ing paints, fine enamels, lubricating Cold grctscs for autos and tractors, I oils and 39.32 j j. d. Allgood, (In 18), 60 a. . 4.36 high grade machine oils and a gen KILL THE COLD! Henry Wright, 72 a 9.32 F. Burden, (in 6), town lot 2.12 oral line of our VITAPLASTIO pro 6.4S Ed. W. Cooper, (In 15) lot Albert Wright, 25 a HILL'S 4.37 ducts direct from our factory to tho Xo. 1 1 Went Beaver Dam Lafo DoWeese, (in 21) 70 a. 9.53 consumer. . 3.9S Alva Foglo, (in 15) town-lo- t Mrs. Martha Lee, 4 a THE QUALITY HRAXDS CO. C.G2 CASCARAhrfQUININI i Clo eland, Ohio. Alonzo Grant, (in 21) 2a... Xo. IS Mc! leu ry. 2.97 Louis I). Singer Stato Agent, 3.2S Ed. II. Harrel, (In 8), 30 a. 6.35 Mrs. Flora Bratcher, town lot Boy O, Hairodsburg, Ky. ROMlD 12.89 C. B. Lyons, (In 22) town lot 2.69 W. O. Campfleld, 20 a Standard cold remedy for 20 yean I will be hero shortly and it you 6.78 C. W. Parks, (In 12) town lot Georgo Growbarger Adm. lot 4.59 in taoict lorm uie, lure, no 4.25 L. J. Porduo, (In 4) 12 a... 4.14 aro looking for an opportunity like Alex Heifner, 5 a opiatet breaki up a cold in 24 hours relieves grip in 3 days. 7.42 Clyde Summer, (in 11) 55 a." 4'.93 this, writo to mo at once so I can Hanes, town lot W. T. Money back if ft fails. Tbe 6 4ii Emma Thomas and Radiol to see you when I am hero. Genuine box nas a Kea John Johnston, town lot. . , . V witn Bi loppicture. Mr, stura '.'.51 Men with rigs or Fords preferred llnlllllll Mitchell, col., (in 23) 20 a 5.49 aiHtV Mrs. Mary Likens, 18 a 1.29 V. Woodward, (col. (in 14) but not absolutely necessary. At All Drug Sterst Byrou Miller, town lot Mrs. Harrett D. Peach, 5 a.. James H. Wright 124 a Xo. 5 Magna. Leo Medcalf, 70 a Mrs. M. E. Sutton, 40 a Olllo Wedding & Ora Allen, 90 acres K i Xo. 0 Ciomwell' Mary E. Kinkade, 38 a Xo. 7 Coolsprings John Akin, 76 a Xo. 8 Xortli llockport. S. B. Bratcher, town lot.... C. V. Crabtree, town lot Jerry Dawson, town lot.... Clyde Heflln, 50 a Mrs. Mary Hoops, town lot. . J. Hosick, town lot Mrs. Nannio Heck, town lot. . W. II. Nebo, 3 a Xo. 0 South llockport A. L. Fulkerson, 10 a W. P. Graves, town lot.... Mrs. Mablo Harrell, 7 Mrs. R. P. Her, tpwn lot... Mrs. Salllo Jackson, 165 a.. Marion Key, town lot .o, 10 Select W. B. Baize, 5 a G. D. Taylor, 14 a Virgil Frail, 50 a N. B. Wilson, 20 a Xo. 11 Horso Branch. B. J. Arnold, 137 a G. M. Bailey, 80 a Xo. 12 Itosiuo Stewart Heirs, 125 a Rev. W. C. Taylor, 140 a Truman Taylor, 40 a Mildred Taylor, town lot. . . . I T. Wright, 135 a i Lee Fulkerson, 5G a Noah Lee Withrow, town lot Notice is hereby given that I, or Mrs. Wm. Whittaker, T. lot one of my deputies, will on Monday, Xo. 18 Hast Fords villo February 2nd., 1920,, between the Mrs. Mary J. Pierce, 25 a. . . hours of 10 o'clock a. m., ' and 2 Grant Rusher, 36 a o'clock p. m at tho Court House Xo. 10 Wst Fmdsllle door in Hartford, Ohio county, KenJim Casey, 15 a tucky, expose to public sale for cash T. A. Evans, 70 a in hand, the following described S. A. Hendrie, town property, or so much thereof as may Margaret Miller, town lot..... lot . be necessary to pay State, county, George S. Keown, town lot. . . school, dog and State road tax due LesIIo Itenfrow, 50 a thereon and unpaid, and tho interest, Xo. 20 Actnavillo penalty and costs thereon: .onnlo Daniel, town lot Xo. 1 East Hartford, y whom Listed No. acres amt. tax Emer Evans, 44 a Evans, 53i a Virginia Hines, 40 a 2.41 Ileat 1a E. G. Schroeter, town lot. . . . 3.88 Samuel Tanner, Xo. lil Shrcio Xo. a West Hartford Brown, 49 a Martin & Her, 38 a. 3.24. Mrs. Ruth Xo. JJ2 Olaton 1 Xo. Sulphur Springs, 704'W. M. Coppage, 126 a Henry M. Ashby, 50 a I 2.12 4.66 3.69 .... 5.82 12.11 --VT 4.55 The Nonmagnetic Ship, Carnegie, 4.86 5.33 of the Carnegie Institution, started ago for her sixth scien9.63 a short time tific voyage which will probably extend over a period of two years. In 3.68 that time It is expected that the mag 5.92 netic surveys of the ocean will bo 10.99 completed. The vessel Is tho only 2.31 really nonmagnetic ship In the world, having no iron or steel about her ex 5.91 cept about 1000 pounds of iron In an auxiliary engine. During tho 10 5.00 years of her service she has been used 9.98 by the Carnegie Institution for making magnetic and other scientific stu 12.69 dies of the ocean. 21.11 a, RAIXBOW SUGAR. 7a... Muskogee, Okla., Jan. 12 Indications that tho mysterious malady that recently attacked of tho 2,000 population of Sklatook, about twenty miles northwest of here, Is prevalent In a number of towns in this section of tho State developed to1.2S day at a meeting hero of physicians who discussed means of combating 1.28 the disease. In Muskogee, it is said, thcro nro 2 12 at least 300 cases of the malady, 1.57 j which in somo ways resembles chol- 4.80 era. A like number of cases is being 1.57 watched in Skiatook and others are 3.85 under observation at Avant and Big 4.32 Heart, small towns in Esago County. Dysentery and marked emaciation 4.34 6.G1 rare among tho first symptoms shown. one-four- th HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowo. Marshal E. P. Casebicr. ROCKPORT. Ch'm'n. Board James Wilson. Clerk Rushing Hunt. Police Judge John T. Jackson. Marshal Will Langford. Ky. Tlmo of Meeting 1st Monday Id February; 1st Monday in April; Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday in October; In December. County Hoard of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 nnd 25 Common schooV diploma examination. Hartford, Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school-BeaveDam and Fordsvlllo. May 16 and 17 County teachors" examination. (White) Hartford. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 and 21 County nnd examination (whito) Fordsvlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County nnO stato teachers' examination (colored) State-teacher- lit r Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- 11 Ohio County Institute. 20 Sopt., 19 and County State teachers' examination, Hartford. ford. ana (white) Sept. 26 and 27 County and State eachers' examination (colored) Hart Every Woman Wants J l?ffSSfciW53BB J--- Mothers v TAX SWATS .MRS. WOOLWORTH. The neat sum of $7,S50,000 as fed eral and state Income tax has been against tho $50,000,000 assessed estate of Mrs. Jcnnio Woolworth, widow of the five and store king. Tho supreme court of New York stato has authorized tho sale of her house at Fifth avenue and 80th street, ii order that tho law may bo complied, with and at tho same time that Mrs. Woolworth's monthly allotanco of $10,000 may not be curtailed. 10-ce- nt His ., --. tionlMiy cleiDiloa snd aeuiiddjl pmvrr. sue. aniiitiTi. pn.nl by I VmaJ. 1TigPjilcnTcanCotiiDiiiy.noiioo.KltM. FCH PERSONA?. MVr.lFN!-- ' Du solved In water for douches atop? pelvic catarrh, ulceration and Inflam-matioRecommended by Lydia E. Finkhnm Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for natal catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. n. x(MMfs vermiin e For die Children A Safe, zSlS. use ". J Remedy for Worms v.ar.2Z3?C33-.. sssz Jifb ffil-S- fflAJfiMR & EJ 0,1 &U t! i Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female veaknesse they arc the suprrine remedy, ex thousands have testified. it is the best esiciers over a drujjgfa-'- A KHi:vs VEllUlFUOKcan offer jou. Krrpa bottle nlwayi nn hand. It will help krvp tlio little ones bap7and ItealUiy. 23o. a bottle at roar drug. fist's or general store t or If your deAler can't supply 70a send bis name nnj 25c. In Unmix snd we'll sead ysu s bottle promptly. mn Serentr-flr- e In ue thft Ixit ifr" comma. trtlmunlal mi 1 10 S3 E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. a.... FOR KIDNEY J.IVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE medicine ever sold s counter. .... J WILL YOU TAKE OUR MY HEAD! head feels When tho .... GERMINAL REMEDY A Treatment thick or SKIhBJA aches, when ono feels all out-of-sor- wEBKfM&y relief for tired, Sf7 for WEAK LUNGS or oI w ts so CONSUMPTION A feellne, .... a.... is tho signal coated FOR. ONE MONTH quick rundown thai tongue it COLUMRim perhaps a aro accumulating in the system, and should bo cleaned out can be best ascribed to our own neglect or carelessness. When tho organs fail in tho discharge of their duties, tho putrefactive germs set inland generate toxins actual poisons, which fill one's own body. Sleepiness after meals, flushing of tho face, extremo lassitude, biliousness, dizziness, sick headache, acidity of the stomach, heartburn, offensive breath, anemia, loss of weight and muscular power, decrease of vitality or lowering of resistance to infectious diseases, disturbance of tho eye, dyspepsia, indigestion, gastritis, maiiy forms of catarrh, asthma, car affections and allied ailments result from Auto-intoxicati- on auto-intoxicatiorsclf-poisoning. that poisons couchi, pains In elicit, night sweats, heraor ibagei, weak lungs or coniumpllon. If II doss Botbetp you II costs you nolblog. m Lock, box SI6 OHIO MEDICAL GO. o WANTED NOW wide-awak- at once. USE LI V-VER-- Pneumonia For Lazy Liver and the Troubles o Constipation. ' Peel rtfrht nil tho time. Don't lay o!t Irpm work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Ltv- - Ver-La- x keeps yos on your feet, whilo relieving your trout Je. Safer too, and easy to take. Don't take anything else. You can't afford It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses system and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its actions, sure in its effect and certainin results. K won't bo long boforo Lio- - Va-Lwill completely displaco calomel In oven homo.- Children can tako it freely anl with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guar antecd. 60c and in bottles. Non genuine without tho likeness and sign.-turof L. K. Grigsby, For sale by t, U, WUiUAMS, lifcrtfoj KB ax - Non-Reside- nt Neglected m. mm .... tho drug storo, Take castor oil, or procuro at ....,' Pleasant May-appl- e, a pleasant called Dr. Pierco's Pellets, composed of aloca and jalap, V '' o - Hero Is an exnet reproduction of an Item from ft newspaper, published so "broody" breeds, the hens making Order Mmo In Adnmtv of interest:" among Farmers probably will not bo nlilo good sitters and mothors, which Is CShydD other "Items IDDscn etaoln shrdlu shrduul to aocuro Unto to moot their agricu- n decided ndvnntngo whon It Is desir" A gun has been devised for ltural needs If tlioy wait about order- ed to hatch nnd rnlso chickens, slnco fighting forest fires." ing It until they nro rcmiy'tn o'pply tho hens of the egg breeds seldom Probably jou have sometimes noticIt Unilor old condltium, ouipinlcs go broody and aro In any event rathed unintelligible lines of this sort In Mtpplylng agricultural llmo recognlz-c- d er unrellablo sitters nnd mothers. If, newspapers before, and you may not spring nnd Into summer as tha two howcicr, tho production of eggs outhow they got there. They periods of demand, nnd fanners hnvo weighs tho dcslro for an occaslnal have known fowl, the lighter egg breeds undoubt- aro a result of tho llnotypo machine. ordinarily ordered their llmo at tho Sometimes tho oporntor stnrts to set tltno they wished to apply it, in order edly will bo found bottcr.bccauso thov lay ns mnny eggs nnd do so on less a lino wrong, nnd Instead of losing to savo tlmo nnd work by Including lino out ho runs by taking hauling from the raluond tuition and feed, with tho result that thoy pro-du- tlmo fingers overthat keyboard, thus the tho eggs more cheaply. It Is his applying to thn Innd In ono operation, bringing down a stream of matrices I'nil or present conditions, snys tho U. by all means advisable to keep some or "mats" of different letters Just puro breed or vnrlcty. Vhero this S. Department of Agriculture, llmo enough to fill out tho lino. Tho lino manufacturers nro no longer nlilo to U done, sales nt n profitable figure Is then automatically cast into typo can often bo mado of breeding stock Adjust tholr business to this practice Tho Intention Is to by tho machine. Owing to shortngo of labor in tholr Intonded for market, or of eggs for have this "pi" lino taken out when hatching. own plants nnd transportation diffitho matter Is corrected but sometimes deliveries can no culties, matter gets by without being thus Caramel Makes a Cheap And De- corrcted, longer bo mado with certainty and one of theso odd "pi" licious Fhuotlng For theso reasons tho Department lines 'shows up in tho paper itself. Flavorings, llko most other gro Tho word "etaoln" Is often found In of Agriculture urges that spring needs bo anticipated nnd tin: orders for ceries, have advnnced in price. A such lines. This word has no meanllmo bo placed at once. Dealers and homomadc flavoring which Is not new ing at all so far as nnyono knows; It manufacturers should have ndvnuco but which is cheap and always de Is a word originated by tho llnotypo Information as to farmers' ncels so licious is carmel. Its moro frequent Itself and perhaps It may have some that ordors can bo combined nnd enr uso Is recommended by tho United significance In llnotypo language. of Agriculture space used to tho best advantage. De- States Department Tho letters come In a "pi" lino In lay In ordering may roult In failure kitchen to thoso who wish to econ that order for the reason that they omize. It may bo used successfully aro placed next to one another in to obtain tho llmu until too late. , It Is, moreover, tho dcslro of tho In custards, lco crenms, and many tho same order on the linotype keythat the other desserts. Itnllroad Administration board. So noxt tlmo you come to To make caramel flavoring, place such a lino in a newspaper, call It a season for delivery of lime, which has heretofore been from March to May, ono cui) of sugar in an Iron saucepan. "nl" lino and don't try to read it bo extended to Include tho puriod Heat It until well browned, stirring int leagt nQt unlesg can understand from January to May. In order to re- constantly oven after tho dish ""H,ynotypo 1InB0 and can pronounce lieve, as far as possible,' tho existing been taken from tho flro until the such things as "55hydD lDDsc etaoln.' &, danger of burning In tho hot dish Is car shortngo. past. Before the mixture hardens The liver loses Its activity at time3 cup of hot water and ndd Cooperative Inws Futnrcil. cook tho mixture until It is about the and needs help. Herblno is an ef Thrco States, Louisiana, New York, consistency of thick sirup Bottle and fective liver stimulant. It also purinnd I'cnnsjivuniu, nuvu iunat.-- moi fied tho bowels, strengthens digestor use when needed. ta.ed upon tho suggested cooperative tion and restores strength, vigor and dealing with cooporativo orglnrillons ' COc. Sold by general culture of fruits In cheerful spirits. Price A more m law published by tho Bureau of Mar. Ohio County Drug Co. orchards would kets, United States Department of gardens and homo substantially to tho health FOR ANALYSIS Agriculture, whllo similar lcglslqtion contribute of tho average family has been under consideration In other and pleasure furnishing a supply of valu Do you believe there aro microbes States during recent sessions of their besides able food products nt a relatively In kisses, professor?" asked the sweet legislatures. small outlay of money, says tho'Unlt- - young thing ed States Department of Agriculture. ! Wars. Purebred Sires 'Well, miss." rerlled tho profes39 sor, "if jou give me one'"I will give "I have kept registered sires for Mm Kets For Black "Walnut It my personal attention and examine years," writes Lloyd P. Ayor, of applying to Black walnut, the highest priced of It." County, Conn, in m woods is cspcciam the United States nno.ntt lent of Agri- all American growing as Individual 30,000 HUMAXIAXS HELD culture for enrollment In the 'Bettor adapted for to according IX GF.RMAXY VAXISIt Sires Better Stock" cjuarnlgn. Mr. trees on the farm, calOc, forestry specialists of tho U. S. De- Ayer Is a breeder of Ilolsteln rrlees de Paris, Jan. 17 Thirty thousand porchoron horses, Berkshire swine, ttnriinnnt of Agriculture, chiefly upon tho diameter oi Rumanian prisoners in Germany have pend And poultry. part, from disappeared 'according to a telegram This record of using purebred sires logs, ranging for tho most onc-thr- d of $40 to ?150 a thousand feot nt the from Bucharest to Red Cross head than since lSSOr-jno- to was especially notewor- loading point. It is recommended quarters here, and an investigation a century lit caron demand of the Ru thy slnco tho emblem of official recog- that tho logs bo marketed to manu- Is being mado manian Government him was tho first to load lots and shipped dirci't nition granted facturers of veneer furniture and bo Issued in tho now year. cabinets and firearms. In many cases U. S, TO LKT ALL DAWSOX prove soles piojocts CO.N TRACTS AT S ME TWE Poultry Culling Profitable last-mlnu- to FARM DEPARTMENT. FltHAKS. r THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED TUB B6 AUTO --TRACK WAGON s v W' Standardized Auto-trac- k Wagons Have Been Sold X A fSTTiOV H T 1 This Alone Tells the Story of the Future the war our Government asked the wagon manufacturers of the material and labor from the forest to conserve wagon-buildin- g 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 auto-trac- k way lo do this would be to make a standardized wagon. The h wagon of today is the' result. This wagon was found to be so much better than any of the k wagons, h like the old 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, such 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 is 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 Nof patented and exclusive features that will interest you. Let us show them to you. DURING States 56-inc- odd-trac- 60-inc- 56-inc- out-of-da- te up-to-dat- e, out-of-da- te , one-four- th Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. BM THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56" AUTO --TRACK WAGON "MBB El TO THU MEX OF AMERICA I r IpteU ftntmrsl5Pluidlhaeim a ". n New-Londo- By Rose Trumbull, Scottsdalo, Ariz. You talk of your breed of catle, And plan for a higher strain, You double tho food of tho pasture, You heap up the measure of grain; You draw on tho wits of the nation, To better the barn and the pen; But what aro you doing, my brothers, To better tho breed of men? You boast of your Moragns and Here-- v fords, Of the worth of a calf or a colt, And scoff at tho scrub and mongrel, .As worthy a fool or a dolt; You mention the points of your roads- I GASTORIA i tn " i j bj- - For Infants and Children. ISS l",l 'CASTORIA Sflfl F HJCtltt Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria t ter, With many a 'wherefore and when,' But, ah, are you conning, my brother, The worth of the children of men? And what of your boy? Have you lingthcStomacnsandBwdsot Acwoki". JUGOHOL-- tf ran - rT?TdT '" f , 3tt '' :i.c lllTSu "Ci-r . n rt i. Always Bears the Signature of I ncimcrOpiam.Morpltonor, M 1 ' demonstrations profitable. usually contains from 30 In A cnrlbnd held on thu farms of tho farm bureau to 40 black walnut logs 12 to 10 In Kmmct County. Iowa, members Inches in diameter, or fromlS to 23 records kept For" ?1 ,flocks showed logs of larger size. A carload usu- 609 hens were culled out of a total 3,000 to G.000 ,r 1T.4S in tho flocks. Tho averago ally scales from number of eggs laid a day by tho entire flocks GSfoTOcnnipg was 401.5 Tho lettuce and celery crops of laid and tho nverago nurob$r of eggs cull- Florida contribute annually nbout a day by tho 939 hens left after $1,500,000 to tho Incomes ot tho ing was 340 G. Tho averago numbor truck grow ors in that State. Abou: bofpro cullpoultry-culling measured of eggs for 10 hens a day ing was 2.0; after culling 3.G. Tho day Averago number of eggs laid a culled hens which woro by 303 of tho not Immediately' sold was 14.1. Cement Floors Satisfactory Cement floors, especially for huge houses, aro quite satlsfnUory, last as they keep rats out and also than board floors much longer oasy to They aro also sanitary and harder and moro exclean but aro floors. pensive to build than wooden should always bo kop A cement floor otherwise it well covered with litter; uncomfortable for tho Is cold and birds. pr-ultr- pulKeep a constant lookout tor laying early. Mark lets that start these wll tnem with a leg band, for to breed from next bo tho birds spring. HW ' Fom1' Deciding o; hens can bo M A 4.nall flock many city dwellers who profit by Evcn aS 'W hive a back should produce eggs eight or ten hens ly. to enough, when used economlpapersons or five n family of four molt-SrJSthe year, except the win- fall and early of tho " Washington, His needs for a growing year? Jan. 17 Contracts for the three principal Government Docs your mark as his sire, in h)3 hospital buildings at Dawson Spring' features, Mean less than your brand on a will not bo let until bids for tho ninesteer? teen other buildings, to bo opened Tuesday, are considered, It was an- Thoroughbred that Is your watch-woinounced today. Bids for the three buildings were opened several das For stable and pasture and pen; ago. This action was taken, it was But what is your word for the homestead? pointed out. that ontra'rts for vail Answer, jou breeders of Men! buildings may be kept within the a ) to tho 4,000 ncres now aro devoted propriation of $1,500,000. culturo ot thoso crops and this area ' MRS. ItOOSEVKLT HACK Is being increased constantly. South Africa produces about $200,-000,0' TltH TO BRAZIL ot gold annually. Onion. Grown. I'encr .New York, Jnn. 17 Mrs. Theodore Onion production In 1919 Is about It was a small but willful group today completed a round i s oMlio ciop of 1918. Tho of individuals who disappointed the Roosevelt trip to Brazil for tho benefit ot her of acieago Is il per cent bolow that rest of tho world at Versailles In their health. She left New York Novemtho preceding soar, and tho decllrc folluro to make real peace. Washber 19 and returned on the steam-- ! Jn ylold por aero Is 10 per cent. Cal ington Post. ship Vauban, on which nho had do- -' ifornia leads in tlio prouueuon u o parted. Her son, Kormlt, accompanied, 1919, with 5,401 cnrlots, followed "Colonel Drynn comes along awlth hor to Rto de Janeiro from Now York, by 3.SGS carlots in Now tho assurance that ho hnd a way for In order but lemalned in Brazil In connection York, by 3,732 carlots In Texas, most tho Domocratlc party to win next house vonture In early onions, by 2,890 carlots in year. If It Is anything llko tho sov-cr- al with a coffee ly City on which he and his hi othIn Massachusetts, by 2,050 carlots ways Colonel Bryan has so often ers have embarked. Ohio, by 1.3S0 carlots In Indiana, and tried wo hopo It will be adopted." by 1,000 carlots In Now Jorsey. Philadelphia Press. PHOFITEERIXG IX SALE m OF DRESSES CHARGED public during tu Inst in years th- - 1ov.ps First thing you know tho avorago weight of barley dpi measur- will die off from starvation 'er sum-thi- n' Charleston, W. Va., Jan. 17 W. E. ed bushol was 1919 ard 1916, when and then capital and labor will Geary and Fred Moore officers of a was 45, pounds. Tho standard have had all tholr troublo for notht department stoo company here, were weight is 48 pounds. ing. Kansas Industrial. today arrested under a Federal wm-racharged with selling women's Wheat has an avorago wolght of dresses at excess profits during No50.3 pounds per measured bu&ncl for vember an December. Government FOR FLETCHER'S tho crop ot 1919. Tun Is tun lowebt agents, who have been Investigating woight slnco 1904, wlmi It vati 55 5 mcrchsnais'i in Charleston, charged pounds. Tho standard weight is 60 4 that tho company had sold dresses at pounds. BARGAINS. $98 for which It had paid 147.50. d. 00 two-thirdNew-Yor- k nt Jmeral.NoTKAncoTICf: uipeetOIdDZWiu'" Senna AnlltSred- - y ; - vr.. Co u In .L ytx'L.r - :Esy .Si n OmMSmr l&limrrnfunr H, a: r,r '.leSS! hvi ConstipalionandDiarry X.OSS Use For Over ur -L resmtinPKre?.05l! kki -- racSitmlcSS?1 G&A ffZZcAW. SsrS Thirty Years GASTORI Exalt Copy of Wrapper. TMictNTiuneotiiMNr. nivk yokk cijt 3ES3 A YOUNG WOMAN AT FIFTY or AN OLD WOMAN AT THIRTY Women who use New Form of Liquid Iron to build up and enrich the blood possess real secret of Youth Tho real difference between an old wqman of thirty and a young woman of fifty is ono of health and bodily vigor. Tho secret of Youth is nothing more mysterious than this. Tho blood is perhaps tho most important factor in maintaining health in women. You need no other evidence than to look around you among tho women of your acquaintance. Tho sick and ailing and palo are anaemic, listless and colorless tho lack of rich red blood is plainly apparent in their appearance. The woman whose blood is healthy and full of vitality always has red cheeks, a good complexion and a body that is eupplo, active and tingling with energy. Tho most important thing tho blood needs to enrich it and enable it to carry life and vigor to nil parts of the body is Iron. And the most successful and reliable method of nutting this great essential into the blood is through the use of a natural form of soluble iron, known as Acid Iron Mineral. Thousands of women .havo found health in this way, and have been able to retain tho attractiveness of youth in spite of tho advancing years. Acid Iron Mineral contains no nlco-hor injurious drugs it will not blacken the teeth, and druggists will refund the purchase price if you aro not satisfied with tho improvement it brings. sl Oh.ilo.ren Ory CASTO R A 1 NEWSPAPER 1 Corn has the high quality ot 89.1 for tho crop of 1919, in comparison representing high not with householders usually des.ro c6ok-- ? medium100 ns In tho last 16 yoars grade. tor for tho table and chick n this degree ot quality has been exalso an occasional one of the ceeded in only two years, 1905 and For this reason tenoral-purposbreeds, such as P X 1906. -e to-- !' Vw Itock Wyandotte, Rhode Great Act of Heroism Required U preferable Kn nd nod. or'orPlnon. -, aucli ns tho It somo great act of heroism was egu necessary to protect a child from to the smaller only do tho mature Not breeds, because of croup, no mother would hesltato to protect lrer offspring, but whon it Is make better tab o mo only necessary to keep at hand a bottho Leghorns, but reason tle of Chamberlain's Cough. Remedy Cng than chickens for the same and give It as soon as the first indication ot croup appears, there are many wh,o negterl It. Chnmberlaln'j Cough Itomedy is wjrhin the reach of nt .1- - all and is promp. and effectual. breads are IS y-- .,! SlageUe general-purpos- e SERVES 'EM 1UG1IT, TOO. For a limited time we can furnish you the Louisville To keep 32 New York policemen, and including a captain and a lieutenant Daily Courier-Journup In their own stationhouso The Hartford Republican, locked an hour Isn't or Is a bad for over both one year for $5.50. We day's work for ono small boy, it. on the can also furnish you the Tho heavy door, wny you look atoutbolted from tho Louisville Daily Times and side, defied tho shoulders of the Hartford Republican, both strongest, until flnnlly a locksmith retelephone apPa ' sponded to the frantto savage Inmates one year for $5.50 peals and released the pers must go to same amidst tho jnbilent cries ot youthful onlookers. Noxt tlmo, perhaps, po- and to a llcemon will think twice beforo re- subscriber. ' fusing to glvo little boys tickets tor Send all orders to the a Christmas celebration even it tho tickets aro all gone. Hartford Republican. al ! aa-dres- s, paid-in-advan- ce I For Snlo by OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO, Incorporated, llartfoid, Ky. 1'AItSOXS & SCOV1LLK, Howling Green, Ky.k Distributors. Call ou the Republican for Fine Job l'rlnting. X "iLEONARD WOOD, ADMINISTRATOR .CTmwiiniramigCTMgTi.rjiwlui.ui.i''' - 'jwuiu.luwgiMUaiJjijiiji.Mm-JU'WM"'- " '" "" ' h- ,- umiii mi Nullum l H III s w !l Sir" I fiSllX sj&BB vlRHMi f" I j ! Goodyear Leadership I aH.o I ires tor bcaall Cars 31 . hC1V-KXV-rf'T- v l . BUS ana iSa J $S?X .' 3?P Ja l mm nfx ' 'hi Enormous resources and scrupulous carp liavc produced in Goodyear Tires for small cars a high relative value not exceeded even in the famous Goodyear Cotds on the automobiles. world's highest-price- d 3 i , I i muni InadditiontoitslargersizesGoodyearmanu' factures an average of 20,000 small car tires a day in the world's largest tire factory devoted solely to the 30x3-- , 30x33', and 31x4inch sires. Last year more small cars using these sizes were factory-equippe- d with Goodyear Tires H 1 than with, any other Jdnd. Their extreme worth is available for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell, or other small car, at the nearest Goodyear Service Station, Go there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes, II; fllBBlSIHO! mtv I t III .1 varieties of It than It has been the lo' of many men ever to have placed up on their shoulders. Not long after this there came the greater opportunities in Havann. II was necessary to the election laws to make them fit the habits of the i people. Production had to be stlmu. AMHTNISTRATIVE QUALITIES ARE1 lated' for aGrlculture was the main I ouuite ui me ismnus weaitn. uerc THSTED AND PROVED IN HAN. t- again the same measures were follow DLING GREAT BUSINESS etl and as a result there were estab- . . " "" ; Mil .. II lTllil lished law and order, protection of PROBLEMS. life and property, and liberty within the law. By EDWARD B. CLARK. 30x3'y Goodyear Double-Cur- e Goodyear Hzavr Tourist Tubes are built to protect casings. Vsmn time to time people ask, These were the foundation stones. $2Q00 Fabric, Why endanger a good casing with a cheap tube .' GouJycar "WSt Ims been the administrative Wood knew that the government must Heavy Tourist TubescosC little more than tubes' of Coo-- ) ani business experience of Leonard be run by the Cubans, and so 00 per 30x3' Goodyear Single-Cur- e less merit. 30a3'isire in waterproof $1765 Tssri3 what has been his experience cent of the officials engaged in the 2""Tl fabric, Anti'Biud i.rcad xrtefc men outside of.the army? Wliat Great work of reconstruction were &&s lis know about conditions in the selected from the people of the island. Effi.-tparts of the United States Tno Cubans were taught government fflzuLIsuour overseas possessions? Has while the government was being built Irwaay thorough knowledge of foreign nntl tnus tIieJ' "'ere able to run It when a2ai2s and of our foreign relations?" the rule of the Island was turned over ja2as administrative qualities of to its Inhabitants. When It became necessary to reorXpcsard Wood have been testeil and TJWswX 2Co American living has been ganize the Cuban railroads Wood seof Sir William Van j"'riM mere thoroughly than he in eom-4t?- z cured the sen-iceGilds of constructive civil work, Home, president of the Canadian PaJ .nftiii&jistratlve work of the highest cific, and of Granville 31. Dodge, buildBragcani-Mr- w which carried with it the nece- er of the Union Pacific. I The same general policy was folssity or the exercise of keen business lowed In dealing with the problem of --Tlie republic of Cuba, built upon caring for the tens of thousands of orphans that had been left by the war. Qrat tifanocritlc foundations, is a 8aIn(To7l5iJ totis or BEES' KNOWLEDGE OF TIME runn wns broken when the crater was, SHIPS IN' CONSTANT RERIL Britain repirts n by utlixlng but ono to the administrative ability of Homer Folks, commissioner of charipulp per annum formed, .yet no volcanic rocks exist ' JZtiisavoi Wood. In the Philippines is ties of the state of New York, was tiny label qn the end of tho spool of called to Cuba by aid in tlh Sallinfl Without Lights Navlgatora to .Sound another monument to his . establishment of a Wood tofor placing Experiments Seem to Prove Them En. theie. thread In place of ono at each end as system Geologists have offered thoories to Can Only Rely on Quickness of jMaiHRsvan shi p. dowed With Intelligence Almost ' formerly tin practice. and permanently caring for these litceptlon and Professional 'Nerve.' for this phenomenon. One is Beyond Belief. y, Ejeonanl Wood graduated in modi-WfThe question of senseless wnste of tle desolates. Chief Justice White J- that an Immense meteorlto made tho from Harvard University in 1SS4 of the Supreme court of the United Even If the Huns are escaped, the paper in the matter of handbills was ssattl served for more than a year In States, at that time an Bees, said to bo the most Intelligent hole, and that the meteoric fragments associate Jusmentioned are remnants of the falling- life of a merchant ship mnn In these dealt with and It was estimated that iw nctt "Oie great hospitals, later to- tice, was consulted as to the method to of Insects, have a remarkable knowl- 6ta more than 1,000 tons of pulp wero Another theory ascribes tho dnjs Is far removed from beer and skittefltH- charge of 'the charity depnrtbe pursued In reorganizing the courts. edge of time, says the Philadelphia origin of the crater to' n tremendous tles. An example of what they hae absolute waste lij this connection since u section of the city of Bos-tur- n Record. Professor Conklln of the Unihwmmshi more than half the handbills were a Leonard Wood wag In Cuba nbout I versity of Pennsylvania is of the opin- explosion of steam in the rocks be- to go through I furnished by the nariw3ere the poor lived. four years. He left there a reorganneath, and a third combines the first row squeak the Empress of Erltaln and mere litter In the streets und on front have a bees Sc Jong after the completion of ized and sound banking system, a ion that which also the reason,powerful two by suggesting that the blow-- of a the Cardiganshire had one night In the porches, nnii never read. he" asis "TOwwCs work In Boston lie became an good By nmklug railroad tickets half the railroad system, no debts, nearly memory, falling meteor, striking the earth's Aegean sea, Ralph E. Cropley writes awSstaut surgeon in the army, coming $2,000,000 unincumbered money In the sorts, that a bee flying half a mile thickness Eugland has saved 400 tons x plains-raw- , away frovi Its hive returns safely to Its crust at a point where subterranean In the Atlantic. Both arc big ships, of pulp. contact "With the western treasury, a sugar crop of nearly 1,000,- water had accumulated in the neigh- and they wero loadedwith troops and ouserves cioeiy me tfco miner, the people generally, 000 tons, sound municipal laws, fine 8HCcr- By using postenrds Instead of paper ,narUs nasscd on the outward journey. borhood of heated rocks was the cause going at full hpeetl zigzagging not and em elopes utai Ji1nE much of his time to the works, a firm agricultural the numerous societies of the explosion. a light showing. It was one of those UNI1LT oi tueriitiuvus UI UCt'S, iimmiu, u,m i All 1Mwr aiMu.s uiu of Irrigation foundation nnd an absolute respect noting nights when you can hardly see our aud organizations In Great Britain problems the diligence they observed In nHy of the mong the people for Ufe nnd prop. hand before you. There were no stars, have saved 000 tons of pulp n jenr. i Traced by Laundry Mark. their work, was Induced to Investigate m. reeiamauoii. nothing .lien for Leonard Wood there came established was founded on the laws if time could be npcurutely gauged by Perhaps tho most striking Instnnco no phosphorous nothing ears of hut Night Photographs From Airplane. the Ills swarms. For; se oral weeks he had on record Jn England of how laundry to trust to luck and the 'Hmmr years 'in 'California. He covered, of Massachusetts and Ohio. Roads An Italian Invention which penults many times in pursuance of were built w hlh made communication his meals on the terrace of his house, marks assist the police was that of mnn on tho bridge. ta.te tfct The captain of one of the ships has photographs being taken nt night has lite dMties and extended his Held as speedy. The hospitals erected under his breakfast being served promptly at the Yarmouth beach mystery, when reouired Into the states of ; supervision were of the highest type. seven o'clock, when preserves were tho mutilated body of a woman wass told me that, beforo he knew It, there been submitted to the signal corps of Krawen discovered on tho 'western shore of was a ship, bow on him, dea'd ahead. the United States army. According to used as n' light repast. Jftwfhwest. Then for two years he ' Lord Cromer said he wished South, having contents of the table that, previous to the waf, popular sea- Of course tile first Impulse was to shift the men who control the new device It fllost of the ' smt ta service in the oillcer was available to folwill soon bo possible to take excellent ' low him In his reconstruction work wore allowed to remain until lunch- side resort. Over 400 laundries were his helm; but if he did so, tho danbtcaAtnartets In Georgia. ot positions the South Leonard Wood went In Egypt. Elihu Root said this work eon, at 10 a. in. At noon tho 'mld- - visited by tho police to discover tho ger would be of one ship giving tho picturesHyingenemylow height from air3mb planes nt a on moonFortunately, cfce city of Washington, where Ills j never wns paralleled In colonial 'pos- - ' tuiy meal was sencd, but without ownership of tho linen found on tho other a glancing blow. - j- sweets. At 4 p. m. there was a light body. It wns traced at last to n small Jhe other skipper appreciated this also. light nights. It Is also claimed that e the : brought him Into dally contact i sessions nnywhere. Theodore Roosebo fitted to In spite of several years laundry nt had nttt Qrovcr Cleveland. Then lie VTil-- 1 volt said that Leonard Wood "has Munch, with sweets, vuleli reimUueu j hand been bent Woolwich, whither It Their nerve, work, wns still equal to invention can which would motion-pictur- tho' e cameras, permit by n Sirs. Bennett. of 4nt'itsiuo Intimate lel.itlons with rendered services to Cuba of a kind on, tho table for half an hour or to. had 9sMNt ilcKinlqy and the men of his which, If performed three thousand As a further Inducement a dish of Twelve hours Inter the dead woman the occasion. It all happened In the photographing for the screen of much of the fighting In the air, the greater I years TSwe- ago, would have mado him a stewed cherries was put to cool on a hnd been Identified, and her husband, twinkling- of an eye, nnd they passed Spanish war nnd the iero mixed up with tho sun god in va-- I window nearby, and in a few hours the Herbert John Bennett, was In custody safely though there had been less limn part of which takes place In the early "Hum came the morning hours, Up to tho present tlmo 50 feet separating tho ships, and their whole swarm of bees were sucking the charged with her murder. w4u campaign In Cuba as the ."ij rlous ways.' Ho had, as ho thought, obliterated oirtswung lifeboats nearly scraped. The the chief obstacles met by tho daylight the regiment of rough riders fter the Cuban experience Wood bweet Juice. C fc5ih Theodore Koosevelt was tho was forgive years In the Philippines This Incited the bees to visit the every clew. Ho had persuaded tho captain of the Cardiganshire, though aerial photographers Is that the antiaircraft suns 'force tho llyers-- to take tho difficult labor of window regularly. The dish was aft- woman to stay nt Yarmouth under an he could not see him, heard tho capcolonel. confronted with ibueMBRant j establishing name. tIIo liad nlso, by suspi- tain of tho Empress of Britain above pictures from n great height, and much n civil government, this erward moved to the table, and was assumed JU tiie close of the Spanish war LdMsszd Wood's supremo admtnlstra-fi- time among a Siohammedan people. discovered by ouo of their number. cious pretenses, got her to lildo her tho noises of the sea heard him yell ; of the detail of tho enemy lines Is therefore, It tluties began. He was made tho There he did tho same successful On the morrow several companies wero Identity in every possible way; and "For God's sake, old man, don't shift Aviation, lost. llyersIs held, continue that tire In little danho had decoyed her to tho beach at your helm 1" so closo were they on their city of Santiago and work he did in Cuba. ut the feast, and every day the uumber rfjtmsauic of the This period of residence In the Phil- increased. At first the bees urrlved at dead of night and there strangled her respecthe bridges high nhovo the sea. ger from artillery when Hying ut night. . fitwr weeks later of the entire east- Scientific American. silently, swiftly, secretly white preInstances of this kind, which try ippines gave Wood an opportunity to all hours but soon they realized that vwcntinlf of Cuba men's souls, nightly occur, nnd quite Wood profiteering was abol-M- study conditions In the British colo- thero was "nothing doing" between 10 tending to caress her, Hut ho overDtior Crime Conditions In Germany. industry wns built u ngricul-tu- r nies, Borneo, Singapore, and to keep u. in. and 4 p. in., so tho visits ceased looked the existence of that ono llttlo frequently, thero nre collisions and telltale laundry mark which brought tragedies In the pitch dark. Tho only Criminality in Germany augments rehabilitated, hospitals organ-4w- In close touch with conditions In except at the meal hours. way that the two ships Identified him to tho scuffold. without cessation. To quote Socialist flipped and maintained, tens Japan nnd along tho China coast. themselves was ten days later, at Mchrlng before the relchstag, lying, thousands oi people clothed and Wood traveled through India, spent ASCRIBED TO FALLING STAR when the captain of the Carditheft and swindling aro not offset by all this done In - thorough some time with the Dutch In Java, and Mysterious Lake Tchad. ganshire He skipper Swswtessllko manner I wn done un-J- with Lord Cromer In Egypt. The natives of tho surrounding coun- Empress heard theasking n of tho military glories. The Bishop of Mctz of Britain friend If hi his London pastoral speaks of Imtribulations which arose from gained aud retained knowledge of all Mystery Crater In Plain of Arizona Js try reverenco the Lako Tchad, In AfThus Explained by Geologists knew what ship ho nearly bumped morality, theft aud unbridled license, which nt thnt time enrao under his stuS ftict that tho people wero rica, and its island inhabitants. They ho a night, I nm sorry to reon of Prominence, In Berlin In the fall of 1010 there was to tlte point ol atarva-Ur- n dious observation. believe that a great snake lives below port certain captain Then Leonard Wood became chief of the Empress tin average of 1100 dally complaints of that the and had' been dying by thousands tho lake's surface, and commands tho About forty miles In the Halifax tho United general lost theft. .The Insecurity on tho public foe tho lack of tho things which Wood of the army, la staff' of hands rests Ariz., Id the midst offrom Flagstaff, worship of tho race of island dwell- of Britain while his lifehospltnl work. explosion doing whoso a great plain, States thoroughfares Is great. Thero aro provided. quickly ers. Some even think that theso snak saueer-slmpe- u tho direction and adminhollow or vorshlpers criminals whoso terms at hard laThen there camo tho rehabilitation very largely the military establishment, there is a live within tho lake. Tho crater about istration of of a mile hlond folk nro doubtless glad of u Small Economies, Big Results. bor have expired who aro at large, oC tho municipalities, tho establish00 per cent a busiucross und COO feet deep. Tho rim after In 'England every passenger on tho banned ullko from tho public mid priatment of schools, the opening of roads, which matter. all is "" of tho crater rises between 150 and legend which protects them from government In the ness aha organizing 01 tack so effectively. Unfortunntcly for street cars aud omnibuses receives a vate employ. In tho Uusseldorf disLeon200 feet above tho surrounding plain. The administrative career of small ticket In receipt for his fare. trict In the first half of 1017 5,000 provinces, tho readjustment of taxaRocky fragments are scattered about them, foreigners nro not so gulllblo Wood Is spread upon tho records were convicted of crime, und and of tho courts, and tho work ard his country. Tho work which he for soverul miles around tho crater. and adventurous truvclers' aro tho mora-eage- r By s'lmply reducing the size of the tion of various buildings have had to be conto push on to tho luko after ticket by hulf an Inch the London .pnwldiflfi for tho thqusanda of chll has done is lasting. It is a states- Among these rocks many fragments of county council reports a suvlng of 100 verted Into'workhouses und places of raailo orphans by war or famine. man's work. meteoric Iron, some containing black hearing tho warnings of tho tons of pulp per annum, i detention for these persons. La was more business and more natives. Ihen diamonds, have been found, Tho Presse Medicate. A .thread .manufacturer. Jn Great walls sjio,w that the, crust of tho HIIL'EXPEREN0E: mmW te BISL ilr a "" - 1 bag. y s V. sr 1 nion-rasie- s. nt I -- -- e I - ,ian(l-publ- ic Ja 'ix wa.r-zon- J"" i, at d l, three-uuuite- is ts Ha fear-struc- k In-u- er n lL. . &tiffl2k. '