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SPLENDID REVIVAL HAHTFOKD, OHIO COUNTY, KY., FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1920. No. 31 I fow days before taking up his work'ii I Jlmtown and send a man after it onco VAMlYO . SEEKS TO PROVE FOR in the Missouri town. Mr. Hampton ILL lAlllVO tJAULl a week. I bellovo wo have plenty MASON'S BILL of peoplo In this county who own lert last .Monday and Miss Hanson PASSENGER SERVICE DARWIN'S THEORY remained here until yesterday when DROUGHT TO CLOSE $1000.00 automobiles and others who CAREO FOR, CHARGE sho likewise left for the town in tho own good carriages, and others who "Show-Mo- " of diffoicnt own good equipment State. kinds that wpuld not give CO cents " Paris, Jan. 24. Fresh proof of Rev. Waters' Sermons Pro- for rond purposes, and am certain Representative I. S. Mason has in- Darwin's theory Uncured And Driven Out of FEXTHESS COPPAGE of tho evolution of troduced a bill in tho Kentucky Legthey would not give $5.00. Hospitals Are Fed ductive of Much Good Mr. Shelby Coppage and Miss Mary Now boys, I have heard a great islature which has for its aim tho species through tho adaptation of 46 Professions. Poorly forms of life to changing environ Fentress, both of Narrows, were unlt- deal of boasting about how land forclnB of railroads to give tho go up in prico In this country. ment has been submitted to tho ed in marriage at the Office of tho oral public somo measure of service . reached her French Academy of Sciences by tho County Judge, yesterday morning, Tho Evangelistic services conduct- Zenith until wo do better than whnt j,n tho operation of passenger trains noted French Washington, Jan. 27 Sick and botanist, Professor Gas- Judge Cook entwining tho knot that ed nt tho Methodist Church closed wo nro doing. It has boon my prlvl- - on nil roads of more than five mlle3 ton Donnier. bound tho young couple in wedded wounded soldiers are not receiving Sunday night, at which ton profes- lego the past twelvo months to travl in length, within tho state. It is the treatment guaranteed thorn iiv His experiments have shown that bliss. sions wero made. Tho wholo num- ovor a consldcrblo portion The bride is a daughter of Mr. and law Representative Johnson, Repubof the 'not certain thnt the passage and strict the same species of plant taken from ber of professions ns near as could country, hnvo seen quite a lot of" enforcement of such nn act would In j.s Habitual lowland surroundings' nnd Mrs. O. D. Fentress and tho Groom is lican, South Dakota, who served in lio arrived nt from thoso publicly roads, somo In nlmost inaccessible every case bo to tho best Interest of transplanted to the rocky soli of a ja son ot JIr' anu JIr3, Frank Coppage. the A. E. F declared today in telling-thacknowledged was 40. There woro places, but nowhere did I see any- - tho public or equitable to both tho ' mountain peak tends to change House of his recent visits to Govtn ot tno contracting parties are its 30 ndditlons to tho Methodist, 16 to thing to compare with whnt wo hav.i 'public and railroads. Thero might 'form at onco and to adapt Itself to the popuIar and of hlBh stndin in their ernment hospitals. tho Baptist and sonio to both tho ior oauness. i iovo 10 nvo in mo do exceptions to an Iron clatl rulo ot .rigors of the new surroundings imJohnson said that December 7 ho mue3. saw sixty men at Fort Sheridan Army Christian and Presbytorlnn churches. Country and on tho farm and in the renuirlne nil railroad comnanles to posed. Hospital, "who wero not fed and ADJUDGED IXCOMPETEXT Tho sermons delivered by Rev. Old Ohio County in Centertown Mag - operate two passenger trains each Professor Donnier told the Academany others who could not obtain Waters wero strong, logical and as Isterlnl District and in tho Point. Thcway, every day, as Mr. Mason's bill my of two plants of the same, wo hnvo horctoforo remarked, of a peoplo hero as a class are better than ig intended to do. But as a general species, Identical Owen Quisenberry was adjudged an sufficient food." He added that 'his in every feature, Incompetent, or person of unsound complaint of this to Secretary Baker stylo not bofore heard hero. Thero any I ever saw but wo aro all asleep proposition it is a good measure and one of which he planted in a fertile woro never any so called dry minutes thero is no question about that. 1 ought to bo the law that railroads plain and the other on the summit of mind, in County Court Monday. Tan- resulted In nn investigation, which dy Quisenberry was appointed In any of his discourses as heard by don't mean simply hero nt homo but should give that sort of service on the "Pic du Midi", 10,000 as "admitted the truth of the complaint feet above the writer. The peoplo "generally have everywhere in tho county. What I nil roads of 12 orl5 miles in length, sea level. Tho first, In its habitual committee for the man adjudged in- and an attempt to remedy the Situa-tld- n. been much aroused spiritually and say docs not mean that I do not like 0r over, perhaps, surroundings, ' exhibited no change competent. m'm "Johnson exhibited n photoitranh of not tho least ndverso criticism hnvo tho people, because 1 do llko them, I w nresume that M, Mason wa8 through transplanting. The second a bathroom, ten feet square, in the wo noted, notwithstanding ho preach- tho possibilities of this country are prompted t0 lntroduco .LICENSED TO WED. the bill in wascbmpletely transformed, became Chicago Marine Hospital," which 'he ed about 4C sermons in many of as good as tho nverago anywhere. aue3tloni malniy 0n account of such stunted, and In every respect similar Following are the marriage licenses said, was used for a vocational train which ho gave tho majority of us Tho Country is not to blamo It Is the ;nbomlnablo 8Crvlco ag the people ot in fundamental characteristics to all ing workroom.- some good, hnrd jolts. It was always way wo treat It. Think of these oho county have been geU,ng ,rom mountain vegetation. Its leaves, issued since 'Our last report: Jesse Ashford, Rosine, to Lena covered with red clover. 'ho M H & E for 80yeral yem pagt originally smooth and glossy, devel-oped"In that bathroom," he said, holddono In such n manner that no per- hillsides ing up the picture before the House, sonal resentment could attach, yet crimson ciover or annua anu you becauso tho people demand it as well hairy covering to protect Wright, Olaton. Willie Phillips, Centertown, to "ton men are supposed to work, and. results, good 'results, followed his have a delightful picture and a profi- - as becauso it is right. them against the sudden changes in every exhortation. it would be crowded If three men table investment when you get them temperature, and turned from a Lois Williams, Centertown. When n company undertakes to Think nf n rnml thnt Charlie Daniel, Beaver Dam, to were in there at one time." Wo are strongly Inclined to tho be- In flint ahnnn bul da road through a country tin-cntl- bright green to a russet tone. Blanche Burden, Beaver Dam. Representative Johnson's comlief that thero wero fow men and you could travel over decently tho th-- free oI tho Estill Golf, Simmons, to Sallle plaints of the care of soldiers was twelve months in place ot halt women attending tho services just MIIS. I. P. IIARXARD IMPROVED f ove,rj' land Hall, McHenry. centered about Chicago hospitals. closed, men and women who wero way decent for about 4 months of 'Io- those do not gra-w- e Shelby Coppage, Narrows, to Mary "In Chicago, January 15," ho said, there with tho receptive gates of rea- tho year and when you get tho road P,088-Mrs. I. P. Barnard, of this city, o sued and through S "American soldiers who had been will have a pretty fair place to,'0"3 son ajar, who wero not only well enwho has been seriously ill with pneu- Fentress, Narrows. proceedings it s taken . I condemnation seriously wounded and wh.o had been until then. tertained but experienced a quicken- live in-- not Springs, Ark., is conI UU WI9I1 mo iuuu iu tius.t monia in Hot If this ever WIlUlllUl FOR SALE and ought to be receiving treatment Now, Mr. Editor, ing of their better patures. Leaving valescing. Mr. and Mrs. Barnard 'your premises or not, under the pre for their wounds, wero requested to out the professions entirely, tho mor- reaches your office you may know tense thnt the construction and opera- - yIH continue their stay in Hot Springs Six Barred Rock Cockerels at $2.00 leave tho hospital and discontinue al uplift to this community by rea- .lint T l.nrl tn linrrmi- - n nnlr nf hln tion of tho road will be a public and for several weeks and then go to each. MRS. ELBERT HAZLEWOOD. treatment In order that other men.'in son of tho meetings should prove a boots or strike a man on a mule to( spring. enabling people ,to Florida to remain until more serious conditions, might take Hartford, Ky. get this to the Midnight Special, that Pg.1,8 ,bcnef " public benefit hard to value. Mrs. G. G. Neel and Mrs. Milton 31t2p go to thelf Coun- ' their beds in the hospital." Tho music under tho direction of I understand Is still making wcekljr Bardwell, who were called to the Duma t;ii-- . 'In these same hospitals,' the South Mr. Joe Hampton, of Knoxvlllo, and trips via Centertown, Ky. Dut goDd-by- e, iy their mother, Mrs. Barnard GRIP SPREADING The M. .II. & E., is approximately FAST IX NEW YORK Dakota Representative added, "men for we do not expect to receive with Miss Ithca Hftnsdm, wllrroturn hom- e- the lirpt of the CO miles in length, more than 30 who had been gassed are quartered. villo, Tcnn., at tho piano, was nil thnt any more mail until tho honeysuckles Jan. 27.) week. (Courier-Journa- l, 25. Desptto In dark hallways where no ray of New York, Jan. ono could desiro and tho Auditorium bloom, bull frogs begin to jump nnd miles of which lie in Ohio County, starting at Elmltch, where --AMERICAX LEGIOX CALL strenuous efforts being made by the sunlight has been, or ever will be, was usually well filled before preach- fishing gets good. with, tho Fordsville branch" of tho m health authorities to check the spread permitted to enter, and this, In spite ing tlmo by thoso who wished to enL. II. &.St. L.; crossing the Owens-bor- o To all Veterans of the World War, of influenza, there were 2,855 nev of the fact that since March 3,-- 1D19, joy that foaturo of the services. RAPID IXCItKASE IX and Russellvllle branch of the Soldiers, Sailors and Marines: cases ot the malady reported here $9,500,000 have been available and SALE VALUE OF FARM L. & N:, at Moorman, intersecting ItOY Sl'KCK TO KDIT hours. could, and should, have been Used. The American Legion Is about to during the last twenty-fou- r ' .REPUBLICAN ORGAX tho main lino of tho L. & N at Madi- - make its first effort to induce all Health Commissioner Copeland an "If this condition is permitted to A fow years ago tho nerry Broth sonvllle and on to Providence, Mor- - the men and women who served in nounced tonight. This was an in- exist for a few months more, there . ers imiuiuiBfll u ivu-ati- o , mini iicai i ea i, , , Yet tho the lato war to acquaint themselves crease of 494 over the number of will be thousands of ",cm "uu Frankfort,. Ky. Jan. 24. An ad town, of Mr. Weaver Barnes, for wounded and-si- ck ministration paper will bo started in Vhlch they paid $50.00 per aero. They only service we have had from this with the principles, purposes nnd ac- cases reported during the previous American soldiers who need day. this city next week with Hoy Speck, kopt tho farm a few years and sold it road for several years has been a complishments of' this organization treatment and will be unable to obclerk of tho Court of Appoals, ns edi- tn.Mf rtnvvnn Ilnlhrnnlf fnr 870.00. mixed passenger, hog and cattle, coal Wo wa"nt them In, and an opportunity Deaths from the disease numbered tain it. tor. Tho columns of tho paper will Ho in turn, kept it two years and sold 'aml sin?ral .fre'Bht serv.!ce 8tartng is also to be given to the mothers, sis- thirty, a decrease of three from yes"In my opinion, thousands of them t U n. v mm I n I11itln1t nnutif tn persons will die nnd tho persons responsible, be devoted to political nows for the" it to Mr. W. F. Acton for $90,00 per "" ,u " ters, daughters and wives of veterans terday, while seventy-fiv- e good of tho Republican party in tho acre, nnd last week Mr. Acton sold a'1 "turning so.ne time during he to associate themselves. succumbed,, to, pneumonia. for thoso deaths- - will bo the men I Since January 1 thero have been a have mentioned, or some of them, bestate. It will carry communications tho farm to Mr. Lon Smith forj blowing night. People living In the The Membership Drhy starts Febfrom tho county chairmen of tho va- $130.00 per acre, tho sale netting upper end of tho County, 25 nnd 30 ruary 1st and ends' February 22nd. total ot 8,799 Influenza nnd 3,187 cause Congress has performed its rious counties In tho stato ns well as Mr. Acton $4,000.00 profit In addi- miles from the County Seat, on down Tho first meeting of Ohio County pneumonia cases reported. In the duty in appropriating tho necessary ' 5 miles could, It they wishinimtiiinlnntlnrict frmn ninmlinra nt M1.1 tion to tho crop grown upon tho farm to' within Post No. 44 is hereby called for Sa- snmo period there have been 159 in- funds while they have not performed ed, come that way, get to their state nilmlnlstratlon. turday. January 31, 1920, at &:30 fluenza and 1,099 pneumonia deaths. theirs in expending them." ' last year. i County Seat at a reasonable hour in e ot Representative Johnson asserted o'clock, to bo held at Hartford, Ky Mr. Smith, tho last purchaser, was any FOR SALE Ml'IMIOUXR FARMKR that funds to provide hospital faciliparticularly anxious to possess tho the forenoon, but never with and each member Is urged to attend FROM'POIXT" WHITES land for tho reason that it adjoins certainty could tell when they would and to bring' an. applicant. Each ties had not been used because ot get back to their homes, as the train Ten room dwelling with tapper and opposition ot officials to taking over member will bo given his memberhis homo farm and gives him all tho As it is raining as usual and is too farm laud ho desires in a well shaped was nearly nlways from ono to four ship card and American Legion but- lower halls, garage and other good tho Chicago Speedway Hospital and or flvo hours late on Its return trip. awful bad oithor underfoot or over- body. ton on occasion, and plans gen- outbuildings, fino water, good or- - that because of thlsattltudo fund's Those more unfortunate residents In erally thisk variety, of fruit and three for other hospitals were not bohifj head to undertake to do anything, I m will be made. Always wear chard-wlttho Western part of tho County, in your will try to tell In my way of somo of JUBILEE CELEBRATION button nnd carry your member- acres of land in Fordsville, near the expended, 1 the Ceralvo, Smallhous, Kronos, Centho bad things thntexlst, nnd somo College. Terms easy. . ship card. , tertown and Point communities wero LOUISVILLE MARKET ot tho good things, that might 30t3 W. S. GAINES Tho- - Government As a special observance ot tho fif announces thru nbsolutely, and are now, dented all bo for the people of Ohio county. tieth anniversary of tho First Baptist hiso of tho road its various departments that many for tho purpose of things of benefit Last October a man with ono eye church ot Madlsonvllle, a revival was Quotations: Rev. E. Watt Smith, together with Prime heavy steers and interest are to anil halt senso only had to look begun on the 25th. Special sorvices coming to tho County Seat, becauso bo done for tho service men through Mrs. Smith and their little son, re- 12 13.25; heavy shipping steers .around to almost safely predict that wore held on Monday tho 20th., that tho train did not come that way until The American, Legion. The Depart turned from Opolika, Ala., Tuesday. $11012; medium dteors $10011; wo vjoulU liavo more ram and tlio jbelng tho nnniversary of tho Church's late in tho day, returning tho next ment Commanders' meeting in .Wash Mrs. Smith and the little child have light steers $9 10; 'fat heifers $S0 morning too early for peoplo to trans worst roads thnt were over known in organization. S. Pettle, for-th- o Dr A. ington was hardly over before the not fully recovered from their recent 12; fat cows $7.50J0.50; medium history of - this Country. Now'lllorlv uastor of tho Hartford Bantlst act nny business. In order. to do any Sweet Bill was passed and Its bene- illness. cows $6 7.50; cutters $5.50 6; i Gentlemen, I live about. 5 miles west Church, is doing the preaching dur- sort of business, peoplo f rqin all avor ficial effects are far reaching. canners $5.25 5.50; bulls $0,00 0 ot Centertown, In what is regardod ns ing the revival. Dr. J. S. Coloman tho. lower part of tho county were re Did you know that. where others 9.50; feeders $8 10.50; stackers Get in stop Tho day is noar when one ot tho best agricultural' sections was Moderator in charge at tho time quired to bo in Hartford two nights failure of a veteran to wear an Ameri- have 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Sep 125; medium $75 100; common of the County nnd whore flioro aro tiro church at Madisonvlllo was or- and ono wholo tiny, so no ono from can Legion button will occasion com- arator has none? It has only three $7 9.50; choice milch cows $10P that section ever used the road 'for plenty of automobiles, lots of ma- ganized. ment. "For God and Country" first working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL $5575. the purpose ot coming this way. chinery nnd where tho peoplo aro as Calves Tho market 'ruled steaand all the time, In war or in peace BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING "WALL. Tho R. R. Company has put a pasintelligent and as God fearipg and dy, with tho best veals selling at by WILLIAMS & DUKE. FOR SALE. For sale This January 10, 1920. senger train on lately, starting from religious as any peoplo with whom it $18018.50; medium $10013; comA. B. RILEY, Post Commander, Ellmitch at a reasonable hour in tho mon $5.5007.50. has beon my pleasure to meet, y;et I My house and lot in Hartford, Ky JAMES A. TATE, Post Adjutant. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnlo Rhoads remorning and returning in the afterHogs Market CO" cents lower, on tell you that I tried for two weeks Tho prico is right. ' ceived- a telegram yesterday that noon, passing through Hartford top porkersvond 50 cents on all othlast fall to arouse somo Interest for 30tf FOR SALE . LOUIS T. RILEY. their daughter, Mrs. Phocian McKen-ne- y, ers. about G o'clock. No service is afBest hogs, T20 pounds up $15,-0- 5; the betterment of road conditions, ot Akron, Ohio, was dangerously forded by the new passenger train for 150 acres oMar.d 10 miles from Hart nnt imipli fllfl T fvot w(Mi thn nnfi.. lights 90 to 130 pounds $13; DO ..f HI. Mrs. Rhoads Is no well, but will Misses Beulah "Moore and Bessie those laying .below here, because tho ...-- i i pounds down $11; throwouts $12.50 . SCqueiiuu inui iuuujt intuitu iiiu luuiui WlttrK W ere In Owensboro, shopping, same old trouble arises, patrons can ford, Ky., near Dundeo, on tho M. H. leave for Akron today If able to make down. & E. R. R about 30 a. cleared and since wo received our mail (excont by Saturday. not get to the County Seat, transact 120 ii. Iu timber. Rough river bottom tho trip. Sheep and Lambs Best sheep $7; some inrmers on a muioj into mis any sort ot business and return home land, black loam. For particulars call bucks" $0 down; best lambs $13 014; agricultural and d Mrs. Dan White, ot Blxby, Okla., strictly good higher; lighter ldtn'js Mrs. I.W. Hodges and son, Adam ovor the road, except they remain on or and among this liber address W. II. RENFROW, who arrived at Fordsville about two around $10. Gllstrap, of Beaver Dam, wero in two nights ,nnd ono day, as the pasand God fearing peoplo ot Dundoo, Ky, 30tt weeks ago to spend a month there and Butter, Ekrs nnd Poultry. Kentucky, I thought I dr.eamed last CfU"" Funston. Kan., last week to senger coaches haverbeen removed In Owensboro, visiting friends nnd Bon, Richard from the cattle, hog and coal train. visit Mrs. uodges Local produce dealers quote buying EVANGELISTIC COMPANY night that they were shooting Mallard Pass tho bill, by all means, give the GO TO ESSEX, MISSOURI relatives, was in Hartford Thursday, prices ns follows net to shippers, tho ducks where Main Street onco ytaa (Dick), Gllstrap, who has recently and while hero visited this office. shipper paying freight and drayago they had arrived there from China, with a de- people tho service thoy aro entitled In Centertown, and that to, and as was alleged in .every petiEvangelist Bascom Waters, Mr. Joe charges: moved the bank to the hills ot tachment of the U. S. Army. COFFEE Direct from roaster to tion filed in Court to take the land Hampton and Miss Rhea Hanson, Eggs Candled, 69c dozen. Smokey, and that.Alvlij Rowo had Mrs. Rachel Shultz, who has beon away from tho farmers for the right composing the Evangelistic Company, consuniorfrwo wU roast, grind and Butter1 Country 34 35c lb. sold his automobile 'nni donated the in" of way, it was to be a public benefit, who conducted . the revival at this dollyer by prepaid parcel post threo Poultry Hens 25 27c lb.; large' proceeds to charltablo purposes,, that dangerously ill, in a hospital is too bad. Hope it will bo bettor Charlotto, N.Q., is reported much operated for- the good of. the country place which closed last Sunday, will pounds of good, strong Coffee, tor spring chickens. 21 24c lb.; small spriug chickens 25c lb.; did roosters . iu July. AbinehQt UsTdojvn.heroiinprpved. HerIater Mrs J. O. Mc-or- through whlch.lt passed. .The'peopljJiuovoto, Essex,' Mo., where' a series '' ' 13c lb.; stags 1718c lb.; ducks, 22 HOPKINSVILLE COFFEE CO , thinking very BOtjouslyTDt hav- - Kpnnoy,.of Beaver .Damwho wont- lo are. entitled to falr'treatmntndMf of meetings wl)l be begun Sunduy.-- r Rev,- - Waters left hero Tuesday (Incorporated 23c lb.; turkeys 35040c tb.;'geo4 4ng our mall transferred tothboaU.CharlQtte'sovorardas ago, will re u IUU31. uu ui me nanus ui iuo Legis Hopklnsvlllo, Ky for Hopklnsvlllo, to visit a friend a 28t4p lature let It come that way. lS022c lb.; guineas 35050c apleco. Green river, havQ ft put off "in turn homo in a fow days. 'on ....... I ' -a ro " Ym "" '" . bed-sldej- of h-' , ii'a I - -- -- -- I - !.... much-praise- -- One-Dollar- . - .- i rrra saiuien AGUINALDO D. G. IN WASHINGTON, iDaughter Of Old Filipino Warrior Makes Hit In U. S. Capitol When General Emllio Agulnaldo "uratulcadlng tho Filipino army against tho .JVmorlcan forces twenty years .easn'lio probably llttlo dreamed that asomo .day n daughter of his would visit tho city of Washington and nvould bo given a great reception at the Innions Congressional Club! And i'Utat the wires of 120 members of Vthe American Congress and two wives 3f members of tho President's cabinet --won hi call upon her to pay their re- fsspcctsJ Hut all this actually happened "when JIlss Carman Agulnaldo, his mliuetccn-year-old daughter, visited Wnnhlngton recently. And those vxJvrs of tho American statesmen expressed themselves as both charmed fand surprised at tho refined, tactful, college educated miss who greeted or bronze nnd with two exceptions all of these Instruments aro bronzo. Originally the blades wcro of steel but In each case this metal has been destroyed of oxidation. Centuries ago, Iron was rarely used In any sort of instrument because that metal was held In superstitious fora. Plutarch claimed that it was unlawful to Introduce any iron implement into tho Greek temple, and no Uoman might bo shaved with an Iron razor or scissors. Surgical knives, however, generally contnlned teel cdge3 and even these were usually covered with bronze on one sldo or tho other apparently for ceremonial reasons. In this collection, each of tho six handles shows a groovo for tho steel blade which It ' possessed originally. Among other things, theso Instruments show that tho ancients knew tho operation of trepanplng or of taking a pleco out of tho skull. An elevator for raising tho depressed bone, in the collection, seems to prova that tho surgeons of that time made all efforts to treat the most serious wounds of the skull. Many of tho modern suregons think that tho art of brain surgery is a recent discovery, but such Is not the case. -- FAKE WAR SERVICES TO BE INVESTIGATED Baker Must Show Reasons For Decorating Swivil Chair Heroes Washington, Jan., 25 As tho result of a resolution passed by tho House of Representatives,. Secretary of War Daker will he compelled to lay bare the facts as to thd decoration of "swivel chair heroes" for "distinguished services" during tho war. Representative James A. Galllvan, Massachusetts, a Democrat, exposed what ls regarded as a national scandal, and was uphelu by the House by a vote of 1S3 to 123. "It is a notabio fact," he declared, "that many lino officers who commanded tropps. in tho front line trenches, exposed to tho. fire of the enemy for twenty-fou- r hours a day, received no recognition, "whllo staff officers who for various reasons may have visited tho front lines for very were rewarded brief periods because of 'exceptional bravery in tho presence of tho enemy.' "This distinguished service medal has been awarded to many splendid officers and men, but It has been cheapened, even dishonored nnd certainly ridiculed by tho bold and brazen manner In which it Iic3 been passed out to the elect. It has been used as a reward for friendship, regardless of the service of the recipient. It has been used to placate those who have been removed to make way for someone else. Furthermore, practically every one of tho General Staff here In Washington, has been awarded ono of these medals, regardless of the character of the service performed, even those assigned to tho General Staff for temporary, duty. "The reading of the sum total of the citations in awarding tho distinguished service medal to swivel-cha- ir officers of the General Staff, who never left Washington during the war, if believed, would certainly Impress one with the fact that the war was fought with red Ink at mahogany desks near the shadows of tho Wash ington Monument rather than in the Argonne and St. Mihlel sectors, u thorg Is an officer of the Gsnerol Staff who served In Washington during the war and who did not receive one of theso medals he must feel like agray horse in a barnyard full of mules. We had four different chiefs of staff during the period we were at war with Germany. Everyone who knows anything at all about the workings of the War Department knows that tho predecessors of the present high priest of Prusslanlsm, Peyton C. March, were considered unequal to the task. Through one pretense or another they were removed. Then they were rewarded In the name of the Prsldent of tho United States by the bestowal of tho distinguished service medal." of of-ti- "fte Year 1920 Waiil eOme. iTaMitt w Ii Momentous Making Of HIsiory In the libravios of the future, the historical volumoa, mnrlwd 1920, will deal with a critical ported of tho world's history. The whole world is now in a frenny of discontent. In the old world new parties with new policies, each striving for control, nrojynlking hand in hand with of distrust, vhoie thoy arc not ahead dying in the flame of fratricidal ' war. tho-spectre In the Unjied States profiteering has bccon:o a science, nil sar.sc of values is gone, Dolshcvisni is raisins? fa vicious head, and labor and, capital, by passing the buck, each to the other, aie leaving the middle class bearing tho Ir.ur.t of the burden. -- It is a critical period through which thb world is passing, and one that demands d v the whole-soule- interest of every thinking man and woman in this world. - Hhcm, Agulnaldo was simply was tho expression of one congressman's wife. "Sho was very .mr-Jesyet she acted so natural and thoroughly at home that she captivates everybody." On another occasion while In Washington Jliss Agulnaldo was given n real ovation by a Filipino-America- n nnillenco when sho recited "My Last Farewell," poem of Dr. Jose Rlzal, "jAIlas t, the Filipino martyr. Mss Agulnaldo !s a student at tho "University of Illinois, Urbana, 111. TVhlIo in Washington sho was tho cgacst of Mrs. Jamie C. doVeyra, wife of the resident commissioners The Capitol from the Philippines. JjaJlding and the Congressional library appealed particularly to tho young Filipino, while the beautiful sights froiTi tho Washington monu ment thrilled her with delight. When asked how sho liked America, she smiled and answered: "it is a wonderful country. I didn't 3iko tho winters at first, but since I have learned how to skate I am having fino times. All the Americans whom I have met have been very good to me. My friends in Urbana and my classmates in the university aro Just lovely, but I cannot help feeling . homesick at times because I am miss-Un- s my father. My coming hero was 'indued a great sacrifice for him, for wa aro very close. Ho Is so good to oC-on- Tho llcst Cough Medicine. When a druggist finds that his customers all speak well of a. cnrtaln pipparatlon, he forma a good opinion f It and when In need of such a medicine is almost certain to use It himself and In his family. This is why so many druggists use and recommend Chamberlain's Cough Remedy J. D. Jones, a. well known druggist of Cubrun, Ky., says, "I have used Chamberlain's Cough Itenredy In my family for the past seven years, and have found it to be the best cough m medicine I have ever known." m You can not perform your duties as a citiaen of this country unles3 you think right ; you can not tliink right unless you arc fully informed ; you can not be fully informed unless you lead a daily newspaper. As a citizen, and a3 a voter, you wish to vote intelligently. You wish to know what tho leaders of the big political parties are .offering as the panacea for this present condition. In order to perform this duty intelligently, you must havo access to the news a3 it is published day by day. Granted that it is your duty to icad a daily newspaper, it is also your duty to read the paper that will give you the most news, particularly when its cost is the same as the others. The Louisville Herald has the largest circulation of any morning newspaper in Kentucky, and as all Louisville newspapers aro sold at the samo price, this is proof that it is considered the bast paper by the most people. self-evident KEXVOX'S HILL io."' --Miss -- Agulnaldo is intensely patri- otic. She does not conceal her resentment when she hears or reads of a misrepresentation of the Filipinos. "'II is unfortunate, she onco exclaimed In a voice full of sadness, "that my country nnd my people aro hardly 'fcruywn, much les3 understood, by tho Hpeoplo of Ameilca." 'Politics is tabooed In any conversa- The liver loses its activity at times Is too yuting to express opinions on Don't You Forget It. and needs help. Herblno' is an efthings political. "All I can say," 3ln fective liver stimulant. It also purifleolares, "is that I share with my Bear In mind that Chamberlain'. fies the bowels, strengthens digesVaiijer in tho deslro for independence Tablets not only move tho bowels hut tion and restores strength, vigor and for my native land. There Is no ques- Improve tho appetite and strengthen choerful spirits. Price GOcT Sold by govern tion about our being ablo to They contain no pep Ohio County Drug Co. tho digestion. m xmrsolves. sin or other digestive ferment but '.Filipinos declare Miss Agulnaldo strengthen the stomach and enablo it ' has a "genulno Flliplna temporament' DEATH VEIUFIEI) I'KIMMCTIO.V to perform Its functions naturally, m that is, she does not believe in tho A retired' business man of Hornoll occidental custom of "dates" between i)i:cii.r.us moox is .young men and women. Sho does DP.VOIl) OF ALL LIFE N. Y., Henry A. Pratt, predicted the timo of his death to the minute. He .saut seo anything wrong in it, sho ays, font it Is such a violent deto the was 8S years of age and had been In Discussing an announcement parture from the custom in tho Phil- effect that Prof Pickering of Harvard poor health for somo time. He caU ed his nieco to his' bedside and dictaippines fiat sho cannot adopt It. had found evidences that organic life -'You might laugh at mo," she exists on the moon, Prof. Nordmann, ted a notice of his death for the paper. He died nt the tlmo named in mild, "but I cannot go out with ono a French astronomor, quostions 's I simtnf;lo escort unchaperoncd. conclusion because, ho says, the notice ply can't. I will go back to my cou- there aro no astronomical Instruments ntry with tho soul of a Flliplna." ipiiffiHentlv nowerful to detect the O A nowhpapor In ouo of tho largo pr03Cenco of small organisms on a FOR FLETCHER'S American cities that Miss Agulnaldo! Ustant hoiy, Furthor-vUHoheavenly expressed tho opinion that sho , t out lt has I)ee , e3. ' uoulu no douut o groauy impressou tnlillslmrl liv researches of French OIMECT TO FIGURE OF CHRIST by the sljjht of street cars and somo of scientists that tho moon is devoid of j the fine residences sho would seo, atmosphere and therefore cannot, The council of tho Church of Eng Tnit tho truth is tho young lady was support animal life such as wo know. of a Manila, whore sho has seen Ho admits, howovor, that from a land has forbidden the erection raised in figure of Christ on tho cross on the street car system all her purely philosophic and imaginative an walls of a church as a memorial to Jifc point of view we may coucoive tho tho soldiers killed In tho war.. It I? oxlstenco of animal Ufo entirely dif feared that an element of superstition (J rent Act of Heroism Required ferent from anything known to would creep Into tho roveronco with If somo great net of horolsm was organisms that could subnoecssary to protect a child, from sist Without air, possibly obtaining which people viewed lt. croup, no mother would hesitate to vital elements from static electricity protect her offspring, but when lt is or rndlomatlc energy in the other. jKnS. ouly necessary to keep at hand a bot-ftYT ItA of Chamborlain's Cough Remedy xm. UYJ'n r 1 tle To Tho Dispeptlc. nnd glvo it as soon as tho first indication of croup appears, thoro uro Would you not llko to foel that FIVE MILLION PEOPLE many who noelert It Chamborlaln'j your stomach troubles are over, that, USED IT LA3r YCAR ' Cough Remedy Is wi?nln tho reach of you can oat any kind of food that t ILL'S m you cravo?. Consider thon tho fact i all and is prom ii. and effectual. that Chajuborlaln's Tablots have curSURGERY AX OLD SCIENCE ed others why not you? Thoro aro many who havo been restored to A romarkable set of surgical Instruhealth by taking these tablets, and ments used In tho first or second cen29 ytr cold reisiiy tury A. I)., by n Greek surgeon, uro in can now cat any kind of food that W&. StandardWhir I mrrr, for lute, , no m WW In ii , bteuLi LP a c .t.l In St tho possession of tho Johns Hopkins thoy cravo. ?k M'" L nrun fel've J'."'- -. tvnivamlty at Baltimore, Md. Tho let Lax Lit a ' P? net was discovered noar tho sito of witn i:r. i:ur IColophou, in Ionia. In ancient times FOR FLETCHER'S knives wero made of either stouo ail Plck-orlngA Sho tion with this Filipino maid. avafles flio topic by replying that sho "Senator Kenyon has prepared and proposes for adoption a law thai would go the limit in protection of tho Innocent Investor, who ls applied 1j by a multltue of wildcat investment Responslblity for stato-ment- s projects. made in prospectuses and responsibility for the way in which the money of Investors Is handled, would be prolded for, with heavy penalties. Among other proisions publicity through statements filed with evry postmaster giving all details of new penalties of ?5,000 fine and five securities would be required and years' imprisonment would be Imposed for making false statements to investors through the mails. There is wide need for such a Jaw. Multitudes of psrsons find themselves for the first time with money to Invest. Their surplus Is sought by thousands of persons whose responsibility ls at tho zero point and yet who manage projects in a way to catch to put-thethe fancy and to Inflame the cupidity of the unwary. These kinds of activities aro wholly detrimental to the confidence in safe investments of either new or old kinds that seek t safeguard and to roward Investors." Baltimore Republican. lr The Louisville Herald gives you all the news from the Associated Press, that wonderful news gathoiing oi ganization, which covers the entire world with its list of correspondents; in addition it gives you all the news from Europe that is gathered by the Universal News Service; this in addition to Tho Herald's own list of special correspondents and its editorial staff. No newspaper can give you more than this few can give ycu as much. 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It has not been in (ho huM; of tho federal reserve system nro being doing its own thinking, it has dono received by members of Congress, obediently Mr. Wilson's blddl.i,: bi Representative Reavls, Republican, From the time he entered tho Whllo today in tho Ncbraska, declared By Hal Haddix. ho has not omy been in suHouse House, charging that "agents and emSan Antonio, Jan. 23 A great premo command bu no other Demo- ployes of tho regional banks havo mass of cumulative evidence connect- crat has held n higher position than started on n policy of oppression toin tho army of which ing Carranza military officers with ward ftlale banks that can work only raids upon tho Texas border counties ho Is tho general. Thorp has been ro disaster." in nn attempt to put Into execution general staff. Thoro has only lieon, l zm Mrrlleovls said tho trouble 'arises tho "plan ot San Diego" to reconquer outsldo of hir.ifiCif, n commissary de- In a largo measure thru a dlffcrcnco tho Southwestern states was present- partment." Philadelphia Press. In tho systems with reforenco to tho ' t ed to tho Fall subconnnltteo'todny. charging of exchange on checks." Shouts of "Viva Carranza," tho "The high cost of living will Representative .Garner, Democrat, coinmitteo was told, wero mingled another boost if tho Domocratio Texas, said he also bad protest" from Your enjoyment of Camels will be very great With vivas for'Luis be" and National Commlttco carries out ita stnto backers, and Reavls rojolncd Ancieta Plscano, lcadofs of tho border plan to raiso a fund of $20,000,000 that It wes "almost a universal combecause their refreshing flavor and fragrance raids, when a passenger train was for tho .year's Presidential campaign. plaint anions members of Congress,' and mellowness is so enticingly different. You wrecked and tho passengers murder Tho chairman and treasurer of tho Inquiry by tho federal reservo never tasted such a cigarette ! Bite is elimied neaV Drownsvlllo. committee havo been talking freely board, Reavto added, was answered nated and there is a cheerful absence of any Complaints to tho Carranza offi- about their plans for a nntlon-wid- o with Just tho ordinary ateiof t..ped recials caino to nothing, Capt. Everett drlvo for subscriptions. lied Cross ply that the matter would be' looked unpleasant cigaretty after-tast- e or any unAnglln said. Ho formerly was a nnd university ftind drlvo methods into' pleasant cigaretty odor! mounted inspector of customs and nro to bo introduced and tho humble "Officers' of a Federal Reserve B deputy United States marshal. 'They fivo or ten dollar bill Is to bo pur- Bank," said Reavls, have collected as Camels are mold everywhere In Camels are made of an expert blend of choice teierMRcally tealed package of '20 only put otstacles in the way of our sued by collectors, who formerly high as $41,000 In checks against a Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos and are cigarette: or ten package 200 running down the bandits," he assert- would havo disdained checks for any- small bank in a small town and men cigarette) In a glattma. paper' smooth and mild, but have that desirable full-bocovered carton. We atrongly rec ed. thing less than a thousand dollars. havo gone to that bank in an autoommerd thla carton for the home This witness visited General JJlanco and certainly hand out satisfaction in "Thomas F. Ityan admitted having mobile nnd demanded cash on the cr office avpplyor whenyouttavel commanding tho troops.oi.poslto Starr contributed half a million or so to (.hecks In legal tender. That is an generous measure. You will prefer this Camel County, on ono occasion, and Inter- tho Alton B. Parker campaign fund opnres?lnn that is Ilkoly to close a blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight! ceded in behalf of an American ranch in 1904. He probably furnished moro uank. U amounts almost to a con owner whoso horses had been taken than B0 per cent of tho sinews of spiracy that would closo a bank and Give Camels the stillest tryout, then by Carranza soldiers. Ulanco refus- car for that disastrous venture. Dut somebody ought to bo prosocuted for compare them with any cigarette in ed to give them up, and, ns Captain campaigns In thoso days woro re that sort of conduct." 1 Anglln tried to arguo with him, said: latively simple and frugal affnirs. the world at any price for quality, "Say, I have ono of your American Little money was spent on organizaflavor, satisfaction. No matter mA.. citizens hanging down there in a tree. tion or advertising. Tho "spellsmoke I You can go down and sec him if you binder" was supposed to bo tho real Camels will want to." getter and ho worked on a very vote For Infants and Children Captain Anglln said ho went on limited drawing account. 3 In Use For Over Years down and looked at tho man and "Now political organization has Always bears R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. camo back. reached tho stago of an industry and the &&& Winston-Sale"Did you ask any questions' about enormous quantities of literature are Signature of N. C. hi o jST why he had hanged an American citi- manufactured with far moo profit SfL to tho manufacturer than returns zen?" Captain Anglln was asked. ' "No," tho wltnoss replied. 'There from tho voters. Mr. Cummings says DUTCH TURN DOWN wero two other men hanging ther that ho Is going to keoji card cata. DEMAND. OF ALLIES in tho tree with him and I didn't ask logues of all tho Democratic or near Democratic voters in tho countr, nny moro questions." Paris, Jan. 23 Tho demand of tho that "aro sprayed look white. By with their ratings as Investors in his Entente Powers that Holland deliver taking a trip in an airplano he could A quantity of rifles and ammunition that had Icon captured from tho fund. That is "big business applied up to them former Emperor William seo what sections had not been spraybandits wero exhibited and Identified to politics. But will tho, electorate of Germany that ho may be tried 'for ed and could locate his bee colonies by Tom Mayfleld deputy sheriff of cheerfully respond to such efforts to a supreme offense against interna- in thoso places. The airman chargma'll tional morality and Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite: the sanctity of ed him at the rate of $1 a minute, Hidalgo County. Tho ammunition exploit it after tho manner of a a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would; treaties' has been refused by Holland. but ho saved moro than enough bees was of German make. A German houso concern? "Somo years ago Congress display have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most In a note delivered this afternoon to pay. iron cross was taken from a. dead disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with lively interest in tho llmlta- - to tho Foreign Offico by tho Dutch ed ma bandit. butter, oil or grease, I would spiHt up. I began to have on of Federal campaign expenditure Minister, Holland takes 'the ground FISIf-SIwLEATHER Four Japanese were seen in Do La regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but camp making cowhldo bombs It compelled for tho first time a fil- that tho Dutch Government is not.p V,-Kafter a course of these, I would be constipated. It just party to tho peace treaty which conBy a new curing process fish skins for tho bandits. Mr. JIayfleld said. ing of all campaign accounts in seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were-nSenators and Representa- demned "William Hohenzollern, and can bo converted'into tough, durable cse bombs aro made, ho said, by good at all for my trouble. I heard tives. Presidential olectors aro stare that It cannot recognlzo as an Inter- and pliable leather, it Is claimed. The sewing explosives andTdts of metal In officers. But national political com- national duty tho necessity to asso- vory best of this leather is obtained a covering of green cowhide, which mittees would scorn to bo subject to ciate Itsolf with this act of high in- from tho 'conger eel. Excellent reis then laid out In tho sun to dry. Any party which ternational policy of tho Powers." .Marcus Hines, n mounted customs Federal control. sults aro also obtained with tho skins C Inspector, told of a German raising a should raise" a $20,000,000 fund for It declares also that tho constituent of the blackfish and the comomn eel. fig? Jaws of tho kingdom and tho tradi- Largo quantities of this leather, for Gorman flog over his resldenco as a tho election of a Prcsidont and would be running directly tion of tho country, always n ground binding books, making wallets, belts, protection from bandits. He had proprie- for refuge for tho vanquished In in- etc., Ik on advised to do this by Mexican counter to American Ideas of canjio produced as tons of fish ty. It would also challengo public ternational conflMs, will not permit skins are availablo each year about employes on his ranch, who told him opinion, which Is far moro sonsltivo tho Government to defer to tho wishes fish markets and packing-center- s. it would protect him from raiders. recommended very highly, so began to use it. It cured ' taken now to tho uso of money in politics of the Entcnt by withdrawing from Tho flag was immediately me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best was a generation ago. tho formor Emperor the benefit oFlts down upon protest froln American than' it liver medicine made. I do not have sick heac-ach- e or "At present public opinion is laws- - nnd traditions. Tho declaration citizens, Mr. Hines said. stomach trouble any more." Black-Draug- ht acts on FOR FLETCHER'S naturally skeptical as to Mr. Cum- is made that tho people of the Netherthe jaded liver and helps ft to do its important work of Tho raid upon tho Austin ranch A throwing out waste materials and poisons from the syswas recounted by Mrs. Nellio Austin. mings' ability tQ touch tho Democrat- lands cannot betray the faith of thoso t $20,000,000. For what who havo confided ""themselves tem. This medicine should be in every household for to She said she kept guard aver tho ic faithful for BUYING ROXDS Merely to elect another Holland's frco institutions. use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel bodies of her son and husband to furpose? sucsluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh tokeep nway tho coyotes, while waiting- - Democratic President. If ho Liberty bonds havo not been lef: wjll cortalnly vindicate the NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY morrow. Price 25c a package. All druggists. the arrival of tho sheriffs posse. The ceeds he to the mercy of tho speculators, for contpntlon of thoso who say that tho nialo members of her family had been ONE CENT A DOSE public has reached a stage In tho District Court of the Unit tho treasury has taken into account tt73r carried into tho woods and shot after American of bewilderment at which It "ignores ed States for tho Western District of their depreciation in market price. the ranch houso had been pillaged. g Authorized by congress a price," and Is no longer competent Kentucky, in Bankruptcy. Ono of tho marauding party. w.ho to to recognize a relationship between In tho matter of Stanley Matthews, fund has been created and bonds had been recruited from the American the amount of about $950,000,000 what It purchases and fee a Bankrupt. side, was recognized as a Mexican lio value of have been purchased at' a profit of, en by corporations which were after- money paid out for It." Now. York On this 15th day of January A. D , who had recently borrowed money Many of the wards forced to get rid of their Jiold Tribune. 1920, on considering the petition of about $45,000,000. from her husband to pay for help In ' aro of large denominations tak- - ings. tho aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, bonds picking, his cotton, sho said. Heartburn, indigestion or distress filed on tho 7th dayof January A. D , Senator Fall stated ho expects to DENTAL SURGERY conclude tho hearing In San Antonio of tho stomach Is instantly relieved 1920, it is orderedby tho court that by Horblue. It forces tho badly di- a hearing be had upon the samo on tomorrow nfternoon. Centertown, Ky. gested food out of tho body and re- tho 28th day of February A. D., 1920, stores tone in the stomnch and .bow- beforo said court at Loulsvillo in said $100 Reward, $100 rJXIIaWaaaWaaWy iBPKw. els. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio Coun- district, at 10 o'clock in tho forenoon, The readers of this "paper will be Offices over Morton's Pros m or as near thereto as practicable, and pleased to learn that there Is at least ty Drug Company. . Store. Call Cumb. Phone 1&. one dreaded disease that science has that notice thereof bo published ono been able to cure In all Its stages and tlmo In The Hartford Republican, a Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly that --. PKAHLS IN TMPE conditions Influenced by constitutional newspapor printed In said district, requires constitutional treatment. Hall's nnd that all known creditors and Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally and v ub- l 9aaaaaVaVawmmmaXrmaW XlHViB Many real Pearls were found In a other persons in interest may appear acts thru the Wood on the Mucous SurSystem thereby destroying faces of the shipment of tripo received in England at said tlmo and placp and show the foundation of tlio disease, giving the patient strength by building up the confrom the United States some months cause, If any they havo, why the praystitution and assisting nature In doing Its ago. No ono had noticed Biich growths much work. The proprietors have so er of said petitioned should not be FORSALE! faith In the curative powers of Hall's botore but it appears that they aro granted. Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls not unusual as similar ones havoj WITNESS the Honorable Walter lsikvays a Delightful Occasion. Here are two friends who to cure. Send for list of teotlmontals. Addrtss F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo. since been found In tho stomachs of Evans, Judge of said Court, and the wish to call upon you regularly throughout the year. You Ohio. Sold hy all Druggist. 5a native cows. The pearls wero soft seal thereof, at Owensboro in said know them well Your Oivn Home Neivspaper and Your Own was oncased in a cyst, hav- district on tho 15th day of January and each Home Farm Paper. 1'OMTICAIi PAIMGUAPIIS. ing devedoped, apparently, tho same A. D., 1920. t .fc j Since both are working for-th- e same ends as yourself to ns the pearls in oysters, namely, by A. G. Ronald, Clerk. promote the best interests of your home and community .life party loaders tho deposition of a mucous secretion-abou- t "Tho Democratic, M. ET DUNN, D. C. and to help you in your chosen work You will be interested Mr. seem to be bound to disagree. some Intruding body. 9E!fWn!" in the fallowing special offer: ou mt Wilson and Mr. Dryan hold views Vessels used for containing milk PANAMA CANAIi BOOM the ratification of tho peace treaty should never be washed with soap. Bred Gilts and young Pigsu that mix about as well as oil and They should be rinsed with lukewarm Pedigree furnished. The tonnage of tho Panama canal water and then scoured with hot water, in spite of the explanation of and 4 tho gentleman from Nebraska that ho in 1019 made its highest record, be- water and an alkali washing powder LOYALL P. BENNETT,, does not wish to soem to be In op- ing over 7,000,000 net tons of mer- of They should then be position to tho President. In tho chant ships with 1,000,000 tons of rinsed and allowed to dry. Hartford, 3&c. Route 7 s Senate tho Democratic sldo is practi- tho U. S. naval vessels. Tho cargoes Mr. of tho merchant ships aggregated 10 IJEE5IAN USE AIKPJjANES cally ovonly dlvidod ns to whether Hitchcock or Mr. Underwood shall per cent more than their net tonnage CO. JOHN WHITE N. W. Peck, a Yakima, Wash., bo the leader. In tho House there Is being over 7,700,000 tons. Tho tolls . LeUISVILLB, KY. k factions. collected were a. little under $7,000,-00- 0 farmer, is probably tho first farmer Clark and tho tho for the year. December's recdrd to conscript the airplane into his Liberal aisortmnt In the Cabinet a lino Is drawn Their visits will be welcomed by every member of your home. and full vtlua paid those who favor Attorney Gen- was 2S3 ships of about 900,000 not sorvlce. In 1918 ho lost 700 hives for riino -eral Palmer for Prosldent and thoso tons nnd nearly that tonnago of car- of bees because the bees fed on fruit-tre- e HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, HARTFORD. KY. r.wTUnO go. The tolls for that month were blossoms that had been sprayed who do 'not. Hides and over $890,000. with poisonous insecticides. Trees "And now cornea another clash. Mr. Coat VMM Japs Make Bombs For dits To Kill Americans, Charge Ban- McAdoo and Mr Glass disagree as how taxei slotild bo lovl'.d and how great the taxation should bo. M Mr. Glass la )nn to Join his predecessor in tho ranlq ci of tho Treasury, tho question will lmvo to bo decided by a new man. All of this ti PERSECUTE STATE BANKS, IS CHARGE ""TTTirnririv'rt'iii n m iw iimuMListfcjMjBsWi nt zs&stetismsrMt u liTil" smmnm vo They Win You On Quality! flfratrroarwMs m tfCsP W f h &il a I Hilfel r dy 1 vx CASTOR 30 A V "m how liberally you they not tire your taste! fif rfrffissTr ft I STOMACH TROUBLE1 N o olec-tlons-f- or THEBFORD'S Vice-Preside- nt Children Cry CASTOR-1-- bond-buyin- Dr. M. M. Dexter ,. t It W-- Oh! I S A Visit from Friends xJ dl y HARTFORD REPUBLICAN sal-sod- a. THE OHIO FARMER, One Year Special Price to You . antl-Cla'r- en Only $2.00 ' i m&ff'mxXt1 iiJ - JA. ai--. k.j J. .. . JThe Hartford Piibll-hcri Republican can not bo happy nnd asks, Jointly with her, an annulment of their mar riage. . STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFIuko.) The Offlco Devil says ho had been Weekly by PRINTING COMPANY lIAUTKOltn m s DUKEIIUHST - 79SSSSK8StPfes-BS2- K' P '"t' " J. T. Hoagland, of making arrangements to go to Tur Fordsvllle, were hero last Thursday key, but since ho read In tho papers TIXSIA3Y, Editor' W. S. and Friday visiting relntlves and also that they don't have Harems In that mill llulncis Mnnnffcr. to attend the surprise birthday din- country any moro he's glvo out tho Miss LIzzIo idea altogether. Entered nccordlng to law nt the ner given their sister, Fostotfico, Hartford, Ky.f as mall Hoagland. matter of tho second class. Tomnilo Bartlett arrived hero Mon Wo seel a man 'tother day with, day to spend a few days with his wo don't know how to spell, it, but to father, Mr. Melvln Dartlett. say, Address nil communications as Evangelist waters would The Hartford Republlran. Mr. Ira Allen made a business trip bumkln water all over his breath. We hain't lind such a whiff since before to Owcnsboro this week. Miss Erma Carter returned to her tho opening days of July of the year XOTICE TO subscribers Monday, after 19. Subscribers desiring the paper sent work at Beaver Dam to a new address must give tho old spending last week with her parents address In making this request. Fred Robertson says ho guesses here. Business Locals and Notices 10c of Hartford, Albert Rial might bo called a parMr. Joe Hagerman, adper line, and 8c per lino for each asite, as he sacks up a little of nothwas here this week, on business. ditional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Miss Mngglo Allen entered school ing and sells It to a few unsuspecting of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for at Hartford Monday. men nnd women, but mostly to llttlo each head lino nnd slgnautre, money children under the pretense that it's In advance. popcorn nnd peanuts. Church Notices for services free, FAIR PRICE LIST but other advertisements, lo per word. Bat Nail says his customers must will These nrc Maximum Pcrccntnj;cs of Anonymous communications git their pressln done early 'cause Tecelve no attention. Profit any dealer may sell for less he's goln to New York tho fust of d convention. Mny to that per loaf. Wheat Bread, TELEPHONES i rye flour, com flour, Bat says ho had some race with 59 Wheat flour, Farmers Mutual Wilson, Judge Wedding and 123 Cumberland In any size original mill pacnages Judge paper bags to barrels, Add John King, all candidates fer the del from egate's place. JANUARY 30 12 per cent to your cost. Mr. nnd Mrs. i Incorporated '.. fc' - ' "" k - w ,$i ,v.? lc Bald-heade- rW 6-- lb FRIDAY Samo In broken packages Add 17 The Allies' demand for tne surCorn Meal, bulk, Add 25 per cent Is render of Wllhelm, the to your cost. meeting with about as much response Corn meal, original mill packages. from the Dutch as a backslider's ap- Add 12 per cent to your cost. peal for rain in a dry season. Hominy, Add 12 per cent to your cost. If Governor Morrow should happen Sugar, all kinds, In bulk , us from the per lb to 2c. to take a notion to elevate ranks to the grade of Col., we hone Sugar, all kinds, In refiners origi the appointment carries with It th'i nal packages, lc per lb to 2c. undisputed and free possession of a Evaporated Milk, unsweeieneu, new uniform. Add 25 per cent to your cost. Oat Meal and Rolled Oats, uuik. With Marconi the wireless Invenper lb. tor, telling of receiving undecipheraOat Meal and Rolled Oats, original messages from some other ble radio mill packages, Add 25 per cent to planet, out&tfo tho Eirt!i' orbit, nr.il your cost. . another scientist and Inveiror skyRice, Add 25 per cent to jvur cos-i- . rocketing things into the moon, it Beans, white or colored, Add 25 per te of Nalooks to us like tho cent to your cost, tions Commission ought to be reas- Starch, edible, Add 25 per cent to so sembled and amend the document your cost. as to prevent possible future clashes Corn Syrup, tins, Add 25 per ceiu with tlie folks 'up yonder to your cost. :.. Canned Corn, peas and tomatoes, per Our Neighbor, The Herald and the standard grades, Add 33 writer heartily agree upon one thing, cent to your cost. that is, capital punishment should Canned Salmon, chums, pinK anu not be abolished at the present time. red, Add 33 3 per cent to your cost. AUU It may seem to some that we belong Canned Sardines, domestic, to other and darker days, but we are .'.a 3 nor c&nt to your tost. firmly convinced that punishment Is Dried Fruits, raisins, prunes and reserved for those who merit it and peaches, Add 33 3 per cent to your should unerringly bo dealt those cost. vrho court it, for the deterring inPotatoes, White or Irish, Add 33 fluence It may have on the criminally 3 per cent to your cost. inclined. Onions, Add 33 3 per cent to your cost. "Fiom recent developments in tho Egg3, Add 12 per cent to your cost. United States Senate it looks like the cost. Republican party is on the verge il Butter, Add 12 per cent to your cost. splitting from rem to sterw." Tho Butter substitutes, Oleomargarine, Hartford Herald. Wouldn't it be Nutmargaiine, etc., 5c per lb. Cheddars, Y. nice to have a split of that character Cheese, American, right on the eve of another Presi- A.'s, Twins, Flats, Daisies, and' Long dential election? You see, should it Horns, Acid 25 per cent to your cost. split in that fashion it would be well LarVl, pure leaf, bulk, 5c per lb. nigh evenly divided and the sledding Lard, pure leaf, tins, Add 25 per of tho Democrats would be easy, so cent to your cost. to speak. Dut as the stem appears T.ar.l substitutes, bulk, 4c per lb. to bo of good growth, and" solid, wo Lard substitutes, tins, Add 25 per hardly look for a rupture at the cent to juui iu stern, that Is of proportions sufficient Breakfast Bacon, whole pieces, to admit the free passage of the Herper lb. ald's Party as It had in 1912. Heavy Bacon, wholo pieces, 3Vc per pound. per lb. We have been studying the "Fair Hams, smoked whole, ' Price List" as published and promul- - Smoked Shoulder, wholo pieces, gated for the guidance of the con- per lb. sumers, by those supposed to bo In Lamb and Veal Stew, Add 25 per authority, showing Just how much cent to your cost. profit should bo paid to the retailer, Round Steak, Add 25 per cent to barring the profit on two or three your cost. and other items, we have decided that wo Sirloin Steak, Add 25 per cent to would rather take tho goods at the your cost. ' prices now charged by Hartford merChuck Steak, Add 25 per cent to tho Fair Price your cost. chants than those Commission would allow. On a goodChuck Roast, Add 25 per cent to ly portion of the average man's liv- your cost. ing they allow the merchant to sell Brisket, Add 25 per cent to your $3.00 and $4.00 worth of stuff for cost. ?4.00 and $5.00, net. Even on somo Pork Chops, Add 25 per cent to goods where there are no losses, no vnnr cost. wrapping and no weighing, a profit Green Shoulder, Add 25 per cent to per cent over and above our cost. of 33 cost, carriage etc., is said to be fair. Pork Roast, Add 25 per cent to your cost. MEET, WED AND PART Breakfast Bacon, sliced, aou o ALL IX SEVEN HOURS per cent to your cost. Heavy Bacon, sliced, Add 25 per San Francisco, Jan. 24. Let tho cent to your cost. exponents of love at first sight glance Hams, smoked, sliced, Add 25 per at tho record of Mr. and Mrs. Ast M. cent to your cost. Smoked Shoulder, Add as per cent Rogers, introduced, wedded and sepa- - rated all in the same day! to your cost. To arrive at the highest retail price Here is their program At 9 a. m., introduced; 10 a. m., any article contained in the above fall in love; 11:30 a. m., he proposes; list can be sold at retail without mak11131 a. in., she accepts; 12:05 p. m., ing the party lUble to prosecution arrive Los Angeles to wed; 1 p. m through tho United States District get license; 2 p. in., arrive at homo Attorney, the dealer will take his in- any of minister; 2:15 p. m., knot tied; voico price as a base, then add 3:30 p. m., arrive at bride's home; other items of cost, such as freight 3:33 p. m., ask parental blessing; and drnyage etc , to which the maxi can , be P. m., don't get it; 3:34 p. m., mum nercentago of profit 3:33 objects, I can never llvo added and anyone found selling at a "My father summarily dealt with you," says the bride; 3:35 p. in , higher price will bo P. H. CALLAHAN, groom leaving with. beautiful fadeout of Fair Price Commissioner of Kenhomo "of bride, never to return. - Rogora, who is a Now York sales- tucky, Board of Trade Building, agrees with bin wife that they Louisville, Ky. man, per cent to your cost. lc and Lee Slmmerman have been trying to get Jols as head guards at some of the U. S. Government Bonded Warehouses, under these new booze guarding rcgulatlons.Wo alnt going to sign no recommendation for either of these birds for that sort of Job, no! not us. This has been a rather lonesome week with tho most of the women in this town. They have been going to church about twice every day for three weeks, and as a result they got all disorganized with their callings, socials and one thing and another and can't tell Just where to begin, as the most of them forgot to mark the leaving off place. J It has been'reported thnt Ed Bar-ra- ss w 5V- P 40wP tea mMMMw & today! fET somegoing to J Lucky WtlfcrtESai cal1 You're Strikes mSmW just right. Because lliiiik Lucky Strike ciga- m$ retles give you the BurIcy tobacco- - good, wholesome flivor of tasted 3 sa 2,c 1- -3 1-- -- 30 3c 3c one. To get a licence and tag by We had a letter a few days ago mall, give tho following information from Ernest Blrkhead's Louisville and send postnge: Your Post Office address. friends concerning those flowers sent Your Precinct. to Missus Birkhead. He said an Breed of dog. of tho designs would reveal Male or Female. tho fact that they were hand made, Color. paper wreaths, so 'selected for tho Markings reason that they would keep indefiA50 of dog. nitely and could be used later If Blrk For a male dog send $1.02 for the nade it home alright, as they thought the denatured stuff would finally call first male and $2.00 for each subse-lilomale dog. for their use. For a female dog send $2.02 for Wo don't know whether Mr. I. D. the first female and 4.00 for each Claire is sick, In Jail or has left the subsequent female dog. No ono wants you to pay a fine, Country. If the latter has happened diving but you must get your license and tag wo would expect to find him near tho spot whore that ship was re it once, as you are already liable for ported to have sunk with the cargo the penalty. W. C. BLANKENSHIP, County of old burbon, near New York, Jan ' get his com- Clork. tho first. We did not S. A. BRATCHER, SHERIFF. munication last week, and have not received it as this is helng penned, or rather ollvered. Wo have decidBOYS LOOK! ed to send him a wireless and If we don't hear from him during tho next Subscribe to Military Tribune, full month we shall declare the position of good, interesting stories that suit vacant. boys. Year, 35 cents. ". MILITARY TRIBUNE, Another complimentary letter has Balzetown, Ky. been received from a subscriber, dat ed Atlanta Ga. "Dear uiu uaiuneau-e- d Crook: Will give you a surprise by sending you a check for $3.00 for which forward me 'that Filthy Sheet.' I know It Is not worth It, but " I could toll you what else ho sold, but I wont, modesty forbicjs and far be It from mo from doing anything immodest. If I ever meet this fellow, whose first namo is Jim, (looks like I have a time with men named Jim) face to face, ho is going to go off crippled twice instead of once. nt 20,000 Lbs. Poultry WANTED! I will load a carload of Poultry HARTFORD, KY., FEBRUARY 4th One day only CENTERTOWN, FEBRUARY 5th. if Car will be near Freight Depot. Will pTiy the or better, delivered to me at car : HENS .! COX TURKEYS DUCKS GEESE following-price- s 26c Per Pound 12c Per Pound 32c Per Pound 23c Per Pound 20c Per Pound Tom Turkeys 12 lbs. and Hen Turkeys 8 lbs. and over. over. Bring me your POULTRY and get the CASH. A square deal in weight positively guaranteed. j Cull L. J. WOODS. jour neighbors mid tell (hem to bring their Poultry. Geo. Delker Buggies PH Wo have had a dozen different applications, not counting Johp Henry's, for membership in our angling club since wo announced that we would take our trip in the highlands, whore the mellow mountain dew gathereth In the night time around highly perfumed and colling worms, where bare-fo- ot r LA-r2-l-- and muslcthroated dam- 1- -3 - sels enchant and electrify the listen ing air from dell to mountain peak, tfo, boys we are full, none need apply for membership, In fact no petitions for reinstatement from backslidden Wo members will be countenanced. wouldn't let our wife in. mm r SOW GOOD SEEDS It don't pay to sow inferior seeds. Wo have the very bes.t Red Top and Red Clover that can be had, AV. E. ELLIS & BRO. 29 1 4 mm "DON'T YOU KNOW" That every man In Ohio county, Is Uablo for a fine not exceeding $100 and threo months imprisonment in tho County Jail ,for failure to pro- euro a license and tag for hla dog, by the first day of January, 1920, end you have no.excuseas the licenses and tags have been in the hands of the County Clerk for at loast throe months, so if you havo not already' procured license and tag for your1 dog you had' better get busy and get c most skilled workmen: therpfn i;oM r 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. (INSTRUCTED o! the very best material by the HARTFORD, ACTON BROS. . . KENTUCKY tr y f If 1 County Court Clerk Blankenshlp, in Lexington this week, attending tho Farmers' Week Meeting. Is fc New Suits We have just received a delayed shipment of young men's suits they are here ready for your inspection. These goods were bought at the old price, and are bargains in price and beauties in style and workmanship. Call and see them. IUley, of Maxwell, vis Mrs. ited Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Riley Tuos day, returning homo Wednesday. M. C. LALLEY LIGHT and POWER i t Mr E. G. Barras3 is expected to return from Cincinnati, Ohio, today, where ho has been on business. Mr. II. C. Acton, merchant and stockman, of Dundee, was a visitor at this offlco while In town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Barnett visited Mrs. Bamctt'a son, Mr. J. 0. Wallace and famlly.of Central City, this week. Mrs. A. E. I'ate will leavo Monda'y for St. Louis, whero she goes on a shopping expedition for Carson & Co. FOR Oliver Chilled Plows, Vulcan Chilled Plows and repairs for both, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. see 28t4 For Farms and Rural Homes Announcement! We have secured the exclusive frann Lai ley chise for selling the Electric Light and Power Plant in this territory. well-know- For some time we have noticed that the progressive farmers of this section .. , a & & 5xJ m 'r i are realizing that economical and reliable electricity is just as important if not more so to the proper development of their farming business and to the comfort of their homes, as the telephone, the daily mail, the automobile, g and the most valuable labor-savin- w, Overcoats No possible chance for cheaper ones this fall. BE WISE, BUY NOW. We are offering our Mr. Coakley Taylor has returned from Owensboro and Maceo, whore he had been visiting friends and rela tives. Mrs. J. S. Bean returned to her home in Horse Branch Wednesday, after a few days visit with Dr. L. C. Bean. , farm machinery. our intention to give the residents of this community the very best material and the best of service for its maintenance. It is Mr. Randall Ross, of Detroit, Mich, was the guest of his sister, Mts. Chester Tlchenor and Mr. Tichenor this week. of Squire J. country, was a guest L. Patton and Mrs Patton Monday night. remaining stock at a twenty per cent reduction. Our motto is not to carryover stock. They must work. Come in. and get your pick at a bargain. &i!3:2& Mr. Thurman Ralph of the Ralph When we decided to sell an electric light and power plant, we set out to secure that plant which, in our opinion, Lalley Light a complete unit engine and generator with had proven itself to be the most reliIS cell etorage battery. It tuppliea ample electricity for lighta, water .jump, wattling machines, aweeper, cream able, the most economical, and in every .tepatator, tunning mill, iron, etc. way the best investment for ourpatrons. We chpse the Lalley Light plant, manufactured by the Lalley Light Corporation or Detroit, Michigan, one of the largest manufacturers engaged exclusively in the productions farm electrical equipment ar Our'"Personal Word Is Behind the Lalley .... "" " " ...-. . ... . - . r ',.jj i, Yes we have stoves, E. C. Slmmon3 Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE Mrs. A. S. Pcttlo, of Whltesville, is spending the week hero with her Mr. daughter, Mrs. 0. T. Burns-an- d Burns. Miss Bculah Moore, of this place, left for Idabell, Oklahoma Wednesday, where sho will teach In the schools. Miss Marllssa Foster, of Nocreek. visiting Mr. nnd Mrs. Ellis Foster and Mr. and Mrs. 0. D. Carson here, this week. Is The Lalley Light plant hao been in successful use on farms and elsewhere for ten yeans. It has only three moving parts; it i3 ball bearing equipped; it will furbish ample electrics light for your home and outbuildings, and electric power to operate a complete water system, a churn, vacuum cleaner," an electric iron, a washing machine, an electric fan, ancL-another domestic electrical apparatus you may desire or need. Come in and visit us so that we can show y.ou this Lalley Light plant, or telephone us ancH' we will go to your house. y 7k&iCc. i Jake Wilson, Manger Fordsville, Ky. ;; V Mrs. A. D. Kirk returned Monday Mrs Lyman 0. Barrett, who has from a few days' visit with friends The Hartford Republican been qulto ill, Is improving. and relatives in Hardlnsburg and Louisville. ..1AXCAKY 30 FllIDAY. Cecil Tlchonor is recovering from a .severe case of chlckenpox. will Mr. and Mrs. John, Wells leave tomorrow for Owensboro with NEWS PERSONAL Harold Holbrook, of Owensboro, their son, Leburn, to have his tonsils AND SOCIAL EVENTS spent from Monday until Wednesday removed. hero. C. E. Mr. C. D. Carden Is quite ill at hid Commonwealth's Attorney homo hero. Tho Louisville Dally Herald and Smith will leavo for Owensboro MonThe Republican, both ono year for day, whero he will bo engaged In Cir Squlro W. S. Dean, of Dundee, was ?5.50. cuit Court for several days. in town Tuesday. milk (Jood, young I'OK SALI Miss Lorene Greer, of Beda, reCow, see JESS CASEBIER, turned Tuesday from Owensboro, Mr. Otto C. Martin was in Hartford, Ky. where she had gone to undergo an . last week-enoperation for tonsil trouble. Mr. Roy Barnhlll, oIadlsonvlllo, Miss Myrtlo Lashbrook went to Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Hancock, of representing Swift & Co!, was in town Owonsboro, Tuesday. Desdemonla, Texas, arrived here Sun Wednesday. day to visit Mrs. Hancock's parents, Mr." Armstead Jones, of Devler, was Mrs. James Hancock, who has been Mr. and Mrs. 'It. H. Gillespie. in Hartford Tuesday. ill at tho homo of Mrs. V. A. Yelser, Mrs. T. B. Petrle, of Indianapolis, in is much Improved. Mrs. Joe into visited relatives Ind., .who has been with her father, Beaver Dam this week. days, Miss Lucllo Barrett, of Barrett's Judge J. E. Fogle for several Mrs. will return to her homo Sunday. Forry, is tho guest of Mr. and Kev. H. L. Brandenburg, of Lyman G. Barrett. was in town Tuesday. Squire Valentine T. Hunt, former Mrs. Ollle Barnett, Mrs. J. E. Bean ly of Butler county, but now residevery day for eggs and Wo pay cash and Miss Lillle Burton are on the ing near Sandefur's Crossing on the W. B. ELLIS & DUO. poultry. I.-R. R., was in town Wednesday. sick list this week. Fonza Mldkiff, of Sulphur Springs, I am paying more cash every day Tho best by test, Sharpies Cream was In town, onbuslness, Tuesday. In the week for Poultry, Eggs and by Separator for sale WILLIAMS & DUKE. Cream than any buyer I know of. We 31-- tf FURNITURE! FURNITURE! L. T. RILEY, tf have it at WILLIAMS & DUKE Hartford, Ky. Mr. R. E. Denham, of East week-en- d in spent last Tho Loulsvillo Evening Times and Mr. E. Cox, of Sulphur Springs, lias with relatives. Republican, both ope year for $5.50. been employed by J. E. Curtis, to as Mr. and Mrs. James Hancock," of sist him in the operation of his trans Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua, of Beda, was Desdemonla, Texas, arrived here Sun fer line between this point and Beathe guest of Mrs. R. E. Fuqua, ' ver Dam. day to visit friends. s " Thirty-thre- e passengers disembark Mr. D. H. Barnes returned TuesMr. Mark nenfrow, df near where she bad ed from. the new passenger train at day from Owensboro, was in town Monday, on the local depot Monday morning and been for treatment. forty or more did likewise Tuesday Mr. John Tanner, of Heflln and Mr. morning. Daily Messenger The Owensboro wore here and Hartford Republican, both one Homejj'Turner, of Buford, IALESMAN WANTED to solicit or on business Tuesday. year for $5.50. ders farjubricating oils, greases and AdMiss Tiny Yelser is spending the paints. Salnry or Commission. Mr. Wade II. Baize is in the Select with her aunt, dress THE HARVEY OIL CO., Clove- and Baizetown country this week, week in Owensboro land, Ohio. Mrs. Fannie Hewlett. taking oil leases. t d. No-cree- k, " . 'Mr. W. E. Render, of Llvermore, was In Hartford Wednesday night and Thursday. M.r Render was here looking for timber to be used In his chair factory at Llvermore. Ifci Attorney E. M. Woodward and Mrs. Woodward, of Louisville, visited Mr. Woodward's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Woodward, Tuesday, returning home Wednesday. Mr. Walter H. Paiks, Federal Farm Loan Land Appraiser, arrived home last week end from Allen and adja cent counties, whoie he had been in performance of his duties. Advance Sale 0 m & Spring White Goods Our purchases foispring are arriving eyery daj;, and at this time we are giving you the opportunity off selecting snappy merchandise from, the season's offerings. up-to-da- Mrs. Matilda E. Tlnsley, who has been. visiting her daughter, Mrs. S. E. Bennett and Mr. Bennett, In De catur, Ala., for the past two months, Is expected to arrive home next week. I have Installed my Broom Factory In the building adjoining Dr. Bean's Drug Store In Hartford. Will mako your brooms at a reasonable cash prlce.-- te 30t3 N. A SCHROADER. Tho Ohio County Post, American Legion will hold a meeting tomorrow night at this place, for the purpose of organizing for the drive for membership, which begins with tho first of February. Mr. E. E. Rhoads has sold his farm adjacent to town, to Mr. J. T. Moorman. Mr. Rhoads and family will o take rooms with Mr. and Mrs. Rhoads until the close of tho Lon-ni- The few prices quoted are indications of the splendid values throughout the line, and we feel sure they will move our well selected stock immediately. Now is the time, while our stocks are complete audi seasonable, that you will appreciate a price. 40c to $1.25per yard i . . 30c to 50c per yard Nainsook Long Cloth 20c to 45c per yard 35c to 60c per yard Flaxon 10c to 35c per yard Linen India Dimity. 20c to 45c per yard 45c per yard. Cotton finished Crepe Silk finished Crepe. .50c to 75c per yard Organdy school hero. Mrs. Mary Bennett Prlchard and children, Mary Virginia and James Bennett, of Louisville, arrived here Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Prlchard's parents, Rev. and Mrs. R, D. Bennett. Fancy White Skirt Goods 75c to $1.25 per yard s Last week we mentioned the mar- rlace of Alex Vlck and Farrena Tay lor. Vlck called at our offlco early In tho day Friday and Informed us that It was all a mistake. So here's correction of our error.. Have you a child In your homB about 10 or 12 years old. He or she can operate a Sharpies Separator as well as an older person, the only dif ference you will get thru quicker than child for you will turn faster than the child. For a Sharpies Is GUARANTEED to get all the cream at any speed. Call or write WILLIAMS Ac DUKE for a free demonstration. 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. In addition to the above we have a well selected! line of laces and embroideries to offer. Don't delaji Come early and get your share of these Dainty "Values. t News has been received herd thai Mr. John M. Rudy, of tho Rudy Lot us send you tho Daily Courier-Journ- al Company, Owensboro, was Misses Winnie and Muriel WUboii, and Republican, both oni Motor Car who aro teaching In Delphlno, Okl.i . In Hartford Wednseday. year for 5,507 have Just recovered from a mild caso Mr, and Mrs. Clarenco Dunn,, of of smallpox Walker are Rev. and Mrs. Russell Beaver Dam, are tho pavents of a nlco the parents of a fine bpy, born Jess W. Smith, son of W. F. Smith, little girl, born Saturday. morning. deceased, was In town Tuesday, on Mr. W. G. Bennett, who Is winter. business In connection with his fath Mr. W. Cook, of Central City, was er s estate, of wnicn ne is one oi in a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Otto C. Mar- ln$ in Dalray, Florida, has recovored Administrators, from qulto a sovero Illness. Monday night. Wed-'ncsday t 8 1 Carson (EL Co.! i Hartford, Kentucky. tin "A Convalescents . Ch'm'n. Board W, It. Jones. Clork OUn Cobb, Hartford. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslneer. Monday In March 13 daya let Sold In Liquid mid TnMct l'oi-iMarshal Grant Pollard. Com'th. and Civil. The Xnmc "GutleS" tho (Initio 1st Monday lu May 12dayi Civil. OFFICIAL- SCHOOL CALENDAR. To Genuine reptoOtiiiignn 1st Monday In July 13 days County Hoard of Education. Com'th. and Civil. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. A serious Illness such as Influcn- 12 days 3d Monday In September DIv. No. 1 J. M. Hoovjor, Hartza or other Infectious disease always Civil. ford, Ky. leaves tho body with low vitality, lack Monday in November 13 days W. Duff. Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. of strength, and impoverished blood. 4th Com'th. and Civil. Ky. n Qudo's aids conr. Dlv. No. 3 H. L. Carter, Narrows valescents to a quick recovery, for COUNTY COURT. y I It creates a generous supply of rich, Meets first Monday in each month. Ky. irf f Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Itoslno, .i f red blood and restores tho body to Judge Mack Cook. Ky. Its normal, healthy condition County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 6 Otis II. Stevens, BeavThat's why physicians recommend Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. I ,,.1 tJ er Dam, Ky. for they know that It Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. Dlv. No, G Nat Llndley, Center- Imparts to the blood the material so Superintendent E. S. Howard. town, Ky. n sorely needed by weak, sysJailer Worth TIchenor. -- Time of Meeting lBt Monday lr tems. Tax Commissioner' D. E. Ward. CopyrljMltll February; 1st Monday In April; lit Pale, Saljow, thin, easily exhausted brK.J. Reynolds C. S. Moxlcy. Surveyor Tobacco Co. Monday In Juno; 1st Monday In Aumen and women find that Pepto-Mang, Awaiting fout mW Coroner E. P. Rodgors. gust; 1st Monday In October; 1st find toppy red baia. tioy red builds them up wonderfully. tint, handsome pound and Monday In December. FISCAL COURT. A new supply of rich, red blood Is half pound tin humidorar smoke the andthat claaay, practical County Board of Examiners 1919 created, which In turn, Imparts tho pound crystal glass humidor Meets first Tuesday in April and mth sponge moistener top E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando glow of health to the cheeks, Increas- October. your own cigarettes with Prince Albert is just that keeps Prince AlbertI m such perfect condition es tho appetite, tho eyes sparkle, the 1st District Ed Shgwn, Hartford, fur, W. S. Hill. joy'us a sideline as you ever carried around in R. J. Reynold Tobacco entire system takes a new lease on Jan. 24 and 29 Common schooV Uouto 3. , , Company life. your grip For, take it at any angle, you never got such quality, Hartford 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear- diploma examination. WinstotSaIem. N. Ci n Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo is obtainable in er Dam. flavor, fragrance and coolness in a makin's cigarette in your liquid or tablet form, whichever May, 9 and 10 Common schooV nl District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. life as every "P. A. home-mad- e" will present you I i proves most convenient. Both forms 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. identical medicinal qualities. n. , possess May 16 and 17 County Prince Albert .puts new smokenotions under your bonnet! It's so There is but ono genuine Pepto-Mang- Bth District W. C. DauBherty.Balze- (White) Hnrtford. delightful rolled into a cigarette and, so easy to roll ! And, you just -- s and that Is "Glide's". Ask town. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' to it like you been doing it since away back ! You see, P. A. is crimp cut our druggist for "Glide's" and look th District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. ! for the name "Glide's" on tho pack- 7th District B. F. nice, Fordsvlllo. end a cinch to handle It stays put and you don't lose a Jot when you Juno, 20 apd 21 County and age. If It Is not there, it Is not 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartdart to hug the paper around the tobacco I examination (white) Fords(Advertisement.) ford, Routo 5. vlllo. , You'll lke Prince Albert in a jimmy pipe as much as you do in a home-rcil- e Wtm Juno, 27 nnd 28 County and , HARTFORD. Surgeons agree mat In cases of 1 dgr'-ettetoo! Bite and parch are cut out by our exclusive patented state teachers' examination (colored Mayor J. E. Bonn. cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho process. You know P. A. is the tobacco that has led three men to smoke Hnrtford. Clerk J. A. Howard. first treatment is most Important. Yes sir, Prince Albert blazed the mk jBjmTsdiKJM Pipes where one was smoked before. July, Ohio County-InstitutPollco Judge C. M. Crowe. When an efficient antiseptic is ap way. And, Hnrtford. what a wad of smokesport will ripple your way Marshal E. P. Casebler. plied promptly, mere is no danger or ' Sept., 19 nnd 20 County ana eveiy time you fill upl infection and the wound begins to ROCKPORT Stato teachers' examination, (white) heal at once. Tor use on man or meemmaw$maiaws3attaawkTwBmtmtwtammm Chm'n. Board W. q. Her. Hnrtford. oeast. Borozone is tho ideal antiseptic Clerk N. II. Bratcher. Sept. 26 and 27 County and Stnto INDIANS DEVELOPING Xo. 21 Shrco and healing agent. Buy it now and SHERIFF'S SALE Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkerson. etchers' examination (colored) HartINTO GOOD CITIZENS bo ready for an emergency. Mrs. Ruth Brown, 49 a 5.91 Prlco Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. ford. Xo. 22 Olaton 25c, 50c, $1.00 and Sl.30.Sold by Tor S(;i(c, County, School, Dog and Mrs. Laura Qulsenborry, lot S 9.9 m The report of the commissioner of Ohio County Drug Company. State Honcl Tn for 1019. No. 23 Btiford Indian affairs, Cato Sells, confirms "Woman f YELLOW LIGHT IIL'ST i 12.G9 the conviction of students of Indian W. J. Bell, 40 a Notice Is hereby given that I, or treatone of my deputies, will on Monday, Mrs. Julia A. Hoover 75x28 a 21.11 life, that the best method of Illuminating engineers some titno ment of the Indian is to give him all No. 21 Bartlctt February 2nd., 1920,, between the ago made a series of tests with InG4 a 15.86 the privileges of an American citizen hours of 10 o'clook a. m , and 2 E. K. Smith, as soon as he can be trusted to take candescent electric lamps gas mantles No. 32 Arnold o'clock p. ra., at the Court House This has been th Graded for color and oil lamps. Tho G.04 care of himself door In Hartford, Ohio county, Ken- J. R, Baize, 35 a FOR PZRSONAI. UYP.ir.Tjr candlepower being tho same in oach 8.2S policy of the Indian office for some W. L. Bratcher, 75 a Dissolved In water for douches itcpr tucky, expose to public sale for cash case. The larger the number of yelpelvic 8.01 years and conditions have become nnd inf latn. in hand, the following described Newton Embrey,35 a low rays In the light, It was found, motion. catarrh, ulceration by Lydia Recommended 8.39 morp and more favorable for appliE. property, or so much thereof as may Bill Hill, 30 a the greater the optical efficiency Finkham Med. Co. for ten year. ""Cr VI cation of the policy. No. 33 Render be necessary to pay State, county, rays were found to be conducive A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, The great war was responsible for Blue Mrs. Parlie Stewart, town lot 3.24 ore throat and tore oye Economical. school, dog and State road tax due 10,000 Indians who entered the to earlier fatigue of tho eyes. Thus H cxtnonlmuy clnniiiig and (rriracid! power. No. 3 1 Broadway thereon and unpaid, and tho Interest, It appears that the general prefer-enc- o r1!' rP.id ty 4.81 service on the same terms as the J. A. Daniel, town lot.... Children penalty and costs thereon: for light of a yellowish cast Is becoming white men or black men Additional f jfl Xo. 1 Hast Hartford. not tho result of mere whim or habit good citizens, it is declared. A large A Safe, , y whom Listed No. acres amt. tax Mary Jane Brown, (In 30) but of the eyes' recognition of the 20. G6 number of Indians have since been lio acres Virginia Mines, 40 a fact that such a light is less tiring. 2.41 Remedy for Worms from guardianship cVd have 4.80 released J. H, Goodwine, (in 12) 26 a. MX Xo. 12 "West Hartford U. S. citizens. Sfrentj Be jetrs' ronUnn-m- i become Mrs. A. James, by Lydta n H! tii tritttmunUl Martin & Her, 38 a 3.24 riti:VS KHMirUGK cau oiler In three years nearly 11,200 have Smith, (in 15) town lot.. 4.73 you. Xo. 4 Sulphur Springs Krcp bottle l.iy on hand. Long, (in 2) T. lot 2.44 been given their allotments of lands Henry M. Ashby, 50 a 7.04 Mrs. Lee It will help krrn tin little onct liappraiulhraltlir. Ernest Payne, (in 31), 72 a. 1G.95 free from Eovernment control. Out mm wide-awaWe are looking for a i Mrs. Harrett D. Peach, 3 a.. i 1.70 ISO. bottle at rnur ctrnij. of about 85,000 children of school s fflit't or iteaenl itoro or It representative In this county; n man James II. Wright 124 13.79 your tinier can't mpplj roa are in regular atend hi name ami Oc.la Umin rfi 4.36 igo some 60,000 J. D. Allgood, (in IS), GO a. . who is willing to work and "mako Xo. 5 Miignu. Liand we'll tend jto a bottle Guccccd when everything else falls. promptly. 2.12 tendance at school, it is stated. P. Burdon, (in G), town lot good," to sell our VITAPLASTIC Xeo Medcalf, 70 a 13.27 bought by Indains In neivou prostration and female Ed. W. Cooper, (in 15) lot 4.37 berty bonds were waterproof roofing, light and heavv E. & S. FREY OHIe Wedding & Ora Allen, veaknesse they are the &upnin to the amount of 525,000,000. The G.G2 Alva Fogle, (in 15) town lot BALTIMORE house paints, iron and wood preservMO. 90 acres at thousands have testified. 9.85 amounted to S13,- 6,35 earnings of Indians Ed. H. Harrel, (in 8), 30 a. ing paints, flno enamels, lubricating Xo. 8 North Itoclqiort. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND 2.69 000,000. ills and gretses for autos and tractors, STOMACH TROUBLE S. B. Bratcher, town lot..-.- . C.45 C. B. Lyons, (In 22) town lot The Indians now number a third high grade C. W. Parks, (in 12) town lot 4.59 it is the best medicine ever sold machine oils and a gen Jerry Dawson, town lot.... C.94 of a million and of these nearly 232,-00- 0 over a druggists counter. 4.14 proClyde Heflin, 50 a 11.53 L. J. Perdue, (in 4) 12 a. . . s. Their eral lino of our VITAPLASTIC aro classed as 4.93 ducts direct from our factory to tho Mrs. Nannie Heck, town lot. . 4.33 Clyde Summer, (in 11) 55 a. WILL YOUw patriotism, pi ogress In education and consumer. W. H. Nebo, 3 a 5.93 Emma Thomas and Rachel TAKE capacity to carMitchell, col., (in 23) 20 a 5.49 agriculture anil their THE QUALITY BRANDS CO. No. 0 South Ilocknort ry on business are cited by the Indian CIcicInnd, Ohio. W. P. Graves, town lot.... 24. S7 V. Woodward, (col. (in 14) FROH CHERRY-BLOSSOLAND a century and more is town lot 1.28 problem of Louis 'I). Singer State Agoift, G.77 Mrs. Mable Harrell, 7 approaching a solution. Bov O, Hairodsburg, Ky. G.29 Mlko Woodward, col., (In 14) The Japancs: Giro Good Example Mrs. It. P. Her, town lot... A Trealmenl town lot ,1.28 I will bo hero shortly and it you Mrs. Sallle Jackson, ICG a.. 49.24 TAFT SCORES WILSON It is a pro(or WEAK. are looking for an opportunity like Colored An. ,10 Select verb of Cherry this, write to mo at once so I can arG. D. Taylor, 14 a ,.. 5.3G Mrs. Lyda Berry, (In. 13) lot Blossom Land v7J LUNGS or 2.12 Washington, Jan. 25 "Mr. Wilthat beauty of N. B. Wilson, 20- a 5.47 Mrs. Dudley Chinn, town lot. 1.57 son should not charge Mr. Lodge nitii range to seo you when I am here. CONSUMPTION figfaco and Men with rigs or Fords preferred No. 11 Horse Branch Anna Foreman, (in 1) lot 1.57 responsibility for tho treaty situation ure depend absolutely necessary. B. J. Arnold, 137 a 14.91 Scott Groonls, (in 8) lot. . . . 3.85 lOl 11 la Ul U19 unu jiiaiwtifs, o.ijo but not on womanly G. M. Bailey, 80 a 15.41 Stephen HIncs, (in 1) A quick relict for lhal tired, run down fcelloe, health. 4.52 i former President William II. Taft, in lot EGG-A-DA- Y couebi, paint In elicit, ulibt (weals, hemor HEN TONIC No. 12 Itoslno Henry Jackson, (in 1), lot.. 4.34 a letter Just made public. Ho con What is it ihagei, weak lungi or contumpllon. If II doe 9.42 James Shultz, (in 30) Stewart Heirs, 125 a that makes our nolbelp yo II cotle you nolhloj. G.61 Unties: g American woL. T. Wright, 135 a 39.32 Lock box 616 "We may differ widely from Mr. Have you gotten your men often pale, OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMRtm o Henry Wright, 72 a 9.32 sallow-face- d, Lemon Juico Is recognized as one Lodgo as to the necessity or wisdom C.48 of the safest skin bleachers known. of the reservMIons ho Insisted upon package Of Egg-A-D- ay Hen Albert Wright, 25 a with dark circles under tho No. 15 Mcllcnry. Cut tho lemon in halt and apply as and of those he voted for; but the Tonic at the store nearest eyes, and very 3. 23 a massage. Mrs. Flora Bratcher, town lot was Mr. Wilson's in colossal blunder often old at V-VEyour home? W. O. Campfiold, 20 a 12.89 forty-fivsupposing that by a frontal attaok n lien Gebrge Growbarger Adm lot G.78 Be sure your hens have a they should bo a plain mnjorlty An old remedy for falling hair is ho could reduce in their prime? Alex Hclfner, 5 a 4.25 made by mixing tho yolk of an egg against tho treaty of a dozen or more warm nest of straw, good W. T. Hanes, town lot . 7.42 with 10 uiops of chloroform until it into a minority of Women Bufd the of Egg-A-D- ay fer in girlhood 6 4fi becomes a John Johnston, town lot. thick substance. Rub this Senate. He persisted in hamstring- - food mixed with from back. 2.54 Into tho scalp" with tho fingers nnd lng his supporters In the Senate Ho Hen Tonic and clean water. ache, spine-ach- e Mrs. Mary Likens, 18a., and headaches, followed Li. F. Haley, 75 a 14.25 allow it to. remain overnight. irregularities and a diseases In required them to keep up tho farce Give your hens a chance and by.tho womanly organsasaro result common ot more Xo. 10 Centertowii tho morning wash tho hair with sev- - of announcing each day that the trea than any ono uut a physician in active X,. C. Smiley, 8 a This preparation Is ty must pass without the crossing of with eggs at seventy-fiv- e waters. practice could suppose No. 17 Smallhous a 't' or tho dottlrg of an T, when ev- cents a dozen they will pay enough for one application. After long experience in tho treatment X,eo Fulkerson, 56 a 9.96 eryone knew that this was Impossible of omen's diseases. Dr. Picrco evolved a Peel rloht all tho time. Don't lay oft No. 18 East Fordbtillo OF PROHIBITION Meanwhile the Democrats sat twirling big dividends. IGNORANT vccctable tonic nnd corrective which ho days by 4.66 called Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription. from work for Lio- Ver-La- taking calomol Mrs. Mary J. Pierce, 25 a... For Sale by their thumbs and declaring that all when pleasant x keeps ye This is a purely vcgetablo preparation, pn your feet, whilorolievingyour 3.69 Grant Rusher, 36 a Portugeso merchants seem to havo opposition to the treaty as It was C. E. Crowdor, Horton. troub. without a particle of alcohol contained le. Safer too, and easy .10 West Fordslllo No. to take Dont been in Ignorance of the ban on im- would fado away. Tho President's A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fordsin it. toko anything else. You can't afford 5.82 portation of wines into tho United statement that tho Lodgo resorva vlllo. Jim Casey, 15 a it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bv When a woman complains of backache, 12.11 States since war-tim- e T. A. Evans, 70 a prohibition vtlons nullify tho tieaty is entirely C. C. King, Dundee. dizziness or pain wheu everything looks tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat-Pr4.55 Gou1 warranted. Is a statomont un- S. A. Hendrio, town lot.... "black before her eyes a dragging feeling, Into effect. The steamship A. C. Leach, Roslne, Ky. It rc"Jed' natural In its actions, sure 4.86 reccntly brought into tho port of fortunato both in its lack of founda-an- d with nervousness, sho In ita effect and certain in results. If Margaret Miller, town lot .. Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. or bearing-dowshould turn to this "temperanco" herbal won't bo long beforo Lio- - VcLax will C.33 Boston 14 casks George S. Keown, town lot. . . 1G5 cases of'tfon and In tho obstaclo It forms to A. W. Midklff, Narrows, R. No. 2. tonic. It can bo obtained in almost every completely displaco calomel In overj 50 a 9.63 wlno. Tho captain said ho had never future compromise." L. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. Leslie Renfrow, drug storo in tho land and tho ingredicnU hornet Children can toko it freely anJ Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky.y are priutcd in plain English on tho wun periecc sutety. Every bottlo guar. heard of prohibition in tho United No. 20 Actnavlllo wrapper, Put up in tablets or liquid. anteed. Wcand $1 in bottles, Noni F, Renfrow & Co., Narrows. 3.68 .States nnd ho did not bollevo tho1 A hydraulic brake for "motor jro- ..onnlo Daniel, town lot Dr. Pierco, of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, genuino without tho likeness and sign 10-9news had roached Portugal. Tho hides wlilcli acts upon all four wheels Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. Reat Evans, 53H N. Y., will send a trial feUo of tig turo of L. K. GrigBby, For ealo A A. r1 a A. W. Willis, Hartford. at onco Is an English Invention 01 wlno has boon ea!od tv. tablets for ten cents. Samuel Tanner, L H, WILLIAMi, . HftrJfC Kl CIRCUIT COURT. R. w. Slack, Owcniboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney ford. Inmnos the Kiipulj of lllcli Itctl Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Mood noctures Strength Muster CoinnilNtloner Otto C. Marand Vigor tin, Hartford. Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, PHYSICIANS ItECOMMEXI) IT Peplo-Manga- n Build Up On DIRECTORY Judge Ch'm'n. Board BEAVER DAM. w. T. McKenney. Clork 11. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stovcns. FOUDSVILLK. a bet on rolling 'em with CPlPW Ssam, . -- XWliM? 'lB yilia 1 fay-soi 20. Pepto-Manga- . lRINGE national joy 1 inHgR f Pepto-Manga- n, Albert run-dow- an ROLLING rr I I Pepto-Manga- toachors-examluatio- an State-teacher- mm m Pepto-Manga- n. I e. me-o-m- y, tjfllM I -- Very Wants Sa Mothers use Wt! ymm iige Ml r .. y ,. For the 1 full-fledg- WANTED NOW ! lx-- .t a.... Xon-Rcslde- nt SITO2 V s full-blood- OUR a.... M GERMINAL REMEDY ... wmmiLvmk Wm? R-L FOR. ONE MONTH 7a... b&' e USE LI AX one-thir- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. un-we- nt n, A". by ' V A. 'X1 lic uso. Tho resolution adopted by unanimous vote includes official reg tlio girls' poultry clubs of Mississippi Ky Crop Value, istration of stallions, Jacks, bulls, vnluo to Kentucky formers of kecPs nothing but pullets, Tho rams and boars. E"ly hatched pullets, If proporly thirteen of tholr principal crops In It provides that a copy of tho pert'-cro- c wns ?I00,751,000, which ts Brown, ought to begin laying In Oct., 1919 of sires for nubile service shall $G4,1C5,000 more than In 1918, or,or cnrl Nov., nnd contlnuo to lny of tho resolutions havo been furnlsh-b- o npproxlmatoly 1C per cent greater through tho winter. Yearling hens posted at tho barir or pen. Copies than tho 34G,G8G,000 produced in seldom begin laying much before representing Collins county in tho older hens not until later, altho tho total quantity ot,"nr " State legislature together with a re production of nil theso crops In 1919, u ls tho November and December quest for aid In procuring tho enact Sl prices. Tho was nbout 4 per cent less than In 1918 CBBS that 'rl"B th regulations presented. 1,rcetls ahould begin laying ment of tho nccordlne to tho annual revised County Agnt 0. D. Everett, of Colmates for Kentucky issued hero by,w,,en about 'rom 5 to 0 months old, lins County, has furnished tho U. S. Kcnernl-purpos- o breeds nt 0 to 7 tho United States Bureau of Crop Department ot Agriculture with a valuation Includes months nnd the meat breeds at 8 to copy of tho resolutions as evidence of Estimates. This I," nn. ran Imrlnv nnfn- - 9 IllOUlll'". Interest In tho "Better Sires Betttoes, swcot potatoes, tobacco, hay, ter Stock" campaign now being con Tho exnerionco of tho nast season ducted as n nntlon-wld- e sorghum, sirup, clover seed, npples movement to with tho European corn borer leads Improvo the quality of American live nnd peaches An Aula track gear A wld track saar ... . .. ...Ihn TTnltml Kt.itni Dnnnrtmpnl nf Aerl stock. Tho leading crops in. vniuo wuro; culture to make tho statement that banker is interested in your welfare. As you prosper he prospers tobacco $174,383,000, corn ?127,- wheat (whlI t'10 corn uorcr ,s a nC9t to bo 875,000, hay $39,049,000, because he makes the money that you deposit in his bank work for Vote For Better Sires may $25,381,000, and potatoes $10,584,- - reckoned with and ono that County aconts of New Hampshire him earn interest for both you and him. So he ought to advise you peaches bo ex- - cause considerable Injury U susceptl-clude- d voted unanimously at a recent conferO00. It apples and honestly regarding matters that affect your welfare and prosperity. Wo varieties of corn in certain locall-matotho field crops show approxl- ence to recommend to their farm bues. ,ts c"ect on tho corn crop of Ask him, then, which would be to your best advantage to buy a standardized, 3 per cen't decrease in quantity reaus that they participate In thj as a w,,olo especially in auto-trac- k wagon such as the Weber, which follows in the automobile ruts, or to of production under 1918, but th. Sires Better Stock" cam corn belt, is unlikely to be rerious. "Better wide-trac- k total value ot 1919 crops shows an Ho paign. Tho conference developed the buy a h wagon that destroys the automobile rut. If your banker increase of about 16 per cout over. fact that indiscriminate uso of breed will give the matter a little thought he'll tell you just what we are telling you now Uniformity in Potato Price 1918. although corn, wheat, ryo- and ing stock was a drawback to tho betthat it's very much to your advantage to buy a standardized auto-trac- k wagon Tho most Impressive feature of tho terment ot Now Hampshire's live Jiarloy wore less than In 1918. such as the Weber, which we handle, instead of investing in a wide-trac- k wagon. ls almost past season's potato market has been stock. County agents In that State This Incrcaso in valuo Why? entirely duo to Increased prices of the comparative uniformity of prices will hasten the departuro ot scrub tobacco, tho total valuo of tho 1919 throughout tho country, a condition sires and likewise emphasize that Ask your banker. Or if he is too busy to explain it to you, come in and ask crop being estimated nt caused In part by tho high prices in sires used In the future should nnf tobacco us. We have both the time and the inclination to tell you all about it and we tho tar West. During the second half only bo pure bred but in addition $174,383,000 compared to $123,71G,-cstlmathave a Weber wagon on our floor so that we can demonstrate to you. averago price of 38v2 conts ot December prices in Idaho, usually should possess Individual merit. And quite aside frpm the matter of wagons, we want you to come in when 000 in 1918. This Is based on .in ono of tl(o lowest primary markets, pound for all types of tobacco grown were higher than In Malno, which Long Cooking Is Secret of Delicious you are in town and look over our line of general farm equipment. Get ready for a This estimate of tho commonly has been relatively high in Kentucky. Cereals spring! valuo of tho State's tobacco crop may In prlco because near tho great conCornraeal and oatmeal are among prove too low or too high, depending suming centers. At times thero has tho cheapest ot cereals, and when well Sold By LUTHER CHINN, on tho prices at which tho rcmaindur been less dlfferenco between prices cooked make delicious breakfast por Beaver Dam, Ky. East and West than between tho ad- - ridges. Tho dislike which many peoot tho crop Is sold. Kentucky ranks fourteenth in valuo Joining States ot Idaho and Colorado, ple have for them ls because they p3 of principal crops produced in 1919, THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56" AUTO --TRACK WAGON Insufficiently salted. In this condicompared to seventeenth In 1918 and What Kind of Food Cheapest to Buy? tion they are among the most unnt- eighteenth for tho averago production Farmers, as a rule, feed tholr poul aro too often served half cooked and of principal crops 1913-1- 7 inclusive. try tho grain that ls cheapest on tho tractive of foods but when well cook- His power is the Senate's power, Just Tho ncrongo of wheat sowed in farm that year. Many poultry ed and served with cream or rich as the President's power ls tho peoK8Kg5BFiBwJggiitaJJ Kontucky last fntl was 719,999 com- specialists and most small poultry milk they are delicious, and there ple's. Neither Mr. Wilson nor Mr. acres sowed in keepers use tho'r favorite poultry are few who find them unappetizing. Lodge can go Tory far beyond tho i pared to 1.057,000 F3 191S, a decrcaso of nearly 32 per feeds without considering either the To make a delicious cornmeal musn limit ot his delegated power without ryo acrengo wns 57,-0- quality of the supply or tho possibicorn-mea- l, cent, whllo the j hearing from his master. for flvo people uso 1V cups of compared to C3.000 acres sowed lity of using cheaper substitutes. The people aro anxious to havo the i 2 level teaspoons of salt, and j Under normal conditions corn Is r. nr r. cuds ot water. Bring the treaty out of the way. They want in 191S. Tho United States acreage of winter wheat sowed last fall was tho cheapest poultry feed in nearly 3alt?d water to a boll and stir In the peace. They wish to have the United i 38,770,000 compared to 50.4S9.000 all parts of the United States, say cornmeal very slowly. Bo careful States safeguarded, and they also ot tho United ot to let It lump. Cook the porridge wish to befriend Europe. The Presiacres sowed in 1918, a decrease ot poultry specialists of Agriculture. at least 30 minutes. 25.2 per cent, whllo tho ryo ncreago States Department The flavor Is dent, having made the first move and Is 5,530,000 compared to 7,232,000 During tho past ear oats havo been greatly Improved when It ls cooked tho Senate the second, it is now up to ncrcs sowed In 19 IS. In nearly everylocallty cheaper than for 3 hours or over night. This President Wilson to move again. A The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been Farm wages in Kentucky increased corn. When corn goes down to i.&u should be done in a double boiler on policy of isolation and watchful waitin use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of 13 por cent from Dec n bushel, oats should bo 75 cents and approximately tho back of tho stove or In a tireless I ing, from now to November, will not and has been made under his per-(?-- & barley $1.20 n bushel to give tho cooker. 1, 191S, to Dec. 1. 1919. help him, or his party, or tho treaty, sonal supervision Bince its infancy. H. F. BRYANT, as poultry feed. same value or tho people." Washington Post. y'GUCU4Z Allow no one to deceive vou in this. For oatmeal porridge, use 2 Field Agent. Oats, with tho hulls on, contain cups ot rolled oats, 2 level tea" are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " morp indigestible matter than corn, spoons of salt and 5 or C cups ot Lame back may como from overExperiments that trifle with and endanger the health of and tho indigestible hulls also make water. When tho water ls boiling, work, cold settled In the muscles ot Why Plant Corn Knrly? Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. planting of large, produc- oats less palatable to poultry and of stir the rolled oats slowly into It and tho back, or from disease. In tho Earlier averago samtive varieties ot corn ls frequently less feeding value. An cook tho porridge for one hour, or,. two former cases the right remedy la j profltablo than the nor- ple of oats should bo valued at about 11111 better, overnight. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, muchrmoro Ballard's Snow Llnlmentft should a good Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains j bo rubbed In thoroughhoVer tho af- -' mal planting of early maturing varie- 12 to 15 per cent less than best neither Opium, Morphine nor .other narcotic substance. Its ties. Proof of this has been obtained sample of cracked corji. The fected part, the relief will bo prompt Good Dessert for Cold Day. announces tho wheat usually avallablo for poultry age is its guarantee, For more than thirty years" it has In many instances, day this winter, after a light and satisfactory. Price 25c, 50c and Some as a poulbeen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency,' Betty with $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio CounChief of tho Bureau of Plant Indus- is not actually worth more serving a Brown o meal, try "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising United States Department of try feed than good cracked corn. try, m It Is sure to ty Drug Co. damaged grains are suita- cheese for dessert. and therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids Agriculture, In reporting on tho refamily if they In good mako n hit with tho the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep, ,, sults of experiments conducted to ble for poultry feed If birds hearty appetites. The followhave readily. The Children's PanaceaThe Mother's Friend. demonstrate tho practicability and condition w 111 eat them ing fetlpo for It has been tried out planting of corn. valuo of tho earlier mu ... 1,1.1.1.. m tuo nomo economics kiihubu ui i" in miuius i..... .ni-- . jinn. By much earlier than normal planting Department pi Agri- Every poultry keeper has a favorite United States larger varieties it has been found that cuuuro; can bo profitably grown for ensilage green feed for his flock. Usually It Cheeso ArBrown Betty With ?Bears the Signature of s localities with much but- Is one that can bo supplied with least ,In northern ot bread layers expenso and effort. Providing it. is range alternate ter yields than can hohnd from the rrumbs and thinly sliced npples In a smaller native varieties planted at the relished by the fowls, thero probably deep earthenware baking dish. Seals llttlo dlfferenco In what kind of usual date. &r 9 also a lfttlo cinnamon U. S. Depart- son with South by planting small green feed Is supplied. In tho sugar Agriculture specialists say clovo If desired, and brown varltles earlier than ment of Scaltcr somo finely shaven mild full- normal, much earllor maturity can bo Cabbages, turnips, and beets are all cheeso oyer each layer of ap secured, affording a supply of corn suitable for this purpose. Tho largodcroam When the dish ia tdl, scalier pie. for very early feeding. Many rather roots and tho cabbages may be sus bread crumbs over the top and bake soft varieties that rot badly when pended by a wlro or they may be 30 to 45 mlnut., placing the dish In Kind You planted lato produce sound corn when placed on the floor, In which case It pudding THK CKNTAUR COMPANY, NKW VCWK CITV. to split tho turnips or beets a pan ot watar so that the plnnted early In southern localities. ls well planting of short and long senson longthwlso with a largo knife. Pota-toe- s will not burn Tho If preferred, this may be sweetenmay also be fed and should bo varieties In alternate rows has Inwith molasses mixed with an equal creased yields where moisture Is a rooked. The mnngel ls excellent for ed amount ot hot water and poured over feeding raw. limiting factor. g Clovor, cut up and soaked In boil- tho top, a halt cupful of molasses Varietlos differ, It has been found, of pudp sufficient for a quart dish in their ability to adapt thonibelves ing water, 13 good.when fed with FAR-REACHIgrain production to vary- mash, as Is clovor meal and ground ding. nnd their Cheese may bo used in place t when alfalfa. As a general thing the flock ing stands. Prolific varieties, butter In a similar way In other apgiven increased space, havo shown should havo, onco ja day, about all ple" puddrngs. Apple pie made with pro- tho green feed It will eat. ability to Increase their grain a layer ot finely ahavon cheose over duction much more satisfactorily than the seasoned applo and baked In .the Don't Plant Inferior Seed. havo tho slnglo ear varlotles, because When CALUMET Pimples, Rash, Itching etc., the First Signs New Form high as usual way ls liked by many who are With all kinds ot seed as of their ability to mako up for decomes in. all baking are, tho uso ot inforlor seed ls fond of cheeso served with apple pie. they ficiency in stand. troubles take quick of Iron Clears the Skin and Brings Positive Tho studies made by tho depart- a most oxponslvo form ot carelessness. leave. You go right Pleurisy paina are located Just Benefit Quickly ment specialists havo resulted In Iso- Careful testing of practically all ahead and mix up bak-in- n tho short ribs. Lumbago affects materials, for bfscuit-slating uniform types within a variety. kinds ot seed has long been urged by And tho disfiguring effects proDepartment of tho same region but toward the back. It is impossible to estimate tho varie- tho United States cakes anything without fear It has been found that blood extent to which humnn ills and diseaso duced by thesoto tho impurities are of uncertainty. Calumet makes beremeBallard's Snow Liniment is the sufferer. A embarrassing ties of corn are largely conglomerates Agriculture and special stress ls owo their origin to disordered and you forget failure. only impure blood. Think of tho various remedy should bo used which notblood of many distinct typos, and to arrive ing placed on it, now that prices aro dy In either case. If rubbed In thorforms of Kidooy ailments that havo drives the impurities out of the reat basic facts In breeding work it is so unusually high In the. matter of oughly It oasQs pain, relaxes tho musbut which will at the same time their origin in diseased blood connecessary to segregate these, uniform cloyer seed, tor Instance, attention Is cles and" the' patient can movo about ditions. And no ono questions that move every trace pf pimple, rash and BAKING POWDER Trice 25c, called to tho fact that 'comparatively freely and comfortably. "breaking out." types. Rheumatism starts in blood. Is tha A positive and ciuick treatment for cheap seed may bo actually higher 50c and $1,00 per bottlo. Sold by So it is important to watch tho most (trfici these blood disorders is supplied by m blood and to berin treatment at tho Mnybo Your Birds Aro than thoso that cost more money Ohio County Drug Company. now form No Kggf? ptndablt. The fact that it u the first signs of disorder. By taking Acid Iron Mineral a function is of The denrnvM that It It the beat. because ot low germination. to Too Old liquid iron. Its first such troubles in time and through you m IsAtrial will convince Buy acan-- uicmu KOT MASTER if you none juitai Rood." persistent attention, harmful results strengthen and purify tho blood by There aro peoplo who have the partment, at various times has putting iron into it. Thus impurities are not aiunea taito n uaat ana .. nt fnwlu - whn house sued advice in bulletins and other and much suffering can bo avoided. ii.i get your money oacic ' Nearly everyone is familiar witli are driven out and tho blood is en"President Wilson ls not master ot Calumet contains only audi Ingre- properly, and yet whb forms of tho best methods of testing nnd food them richedthe whole system is strengtheblood disorders as evU tho clients a nave oeen approved may be had tho situation. It he desires the rej and treo officially by the ,U. S. ood denced by pimples, rash, itching, etc. ned- tho skin fa made clear throughcan not obtain eggs early In tho win- - seeds. This Information from blemish, perfect health Auiaorum. surrection of tho treaty the suggesfowls are ioo out. uee on upiihuuiiuh. It is not important whether these out tho body is established. tor because their symptoms indicate eczema, saltrheum Ta Hit u yra lay H. for hens Druggists will refund the purchase It seldom pays to keep years tor lay- - Thero is not much uso In starting tions and compromise must como from Bcrofula, etc., but it fa vitally imperaTta Mil aa yta im H not from Senator Lodge. him old; not it fails Iron Mineral in nftor thov nro i-tive that the blood be given treatment price ofAcfd satisfaction itIfcontains you keep on Senator Lodgo has said that the HIGHEST to mako it healthy. There should not to give you thaj. they will not give" a profit, but on tho right road unless no alcohol or injurious drugs. QUALITY and get treaty piay remain dead, bo far as he bo an instanfa delay in doing this. that" .youngor hons will give, greater moving. Oavo regularly Stamp Is concerned; hence, it is a certainty who ahead with your War-SaviHIGHEST prof jt. A great many poultrymqn For Bale by OHIO COUNTY DUUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. that ho will not .reverse himself and eg pro-AWARDS niakoasp9ciallty ..of. wlntor a.???ll1a ,, fnn.l' PARSONS & SCOV1LLE, Douilug Green, Ky., Distributors. ..... -go out ot 'his' way to offer compro Would .Outlaw 'Scrub Sires Keep nomine ""V ' auction ' mises' which? wuum.ronvo the 'treaty. lo'. , mo ruro nnu uifu-awi..." amuhu. dlSpOslng' of the County- - Tex., favors Kvenlf-he,ishoulattempt to do So, fnthe fore it U time to put them' ..,... vv tlon'ot Collins n . Call oil tho Republlcuii forFluo Job Trlutliig. ... u ,- . " onnoriHAnr . ". ., .v..-..cuumyiuu ui fim v. .,.,... ........ nr Hrnriun wn nn v r. tin nttiji nn nvarrn.- nn ii- run snnnin. qua,r.t,ers. uio FARM DEPARTMENT. tualiy would retire from service overy scrub and grado slro kept for pub- THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 5G AUTO TRACK WAGON -- Ask Your Banker J Jan-191- 8, f"jkit7M? esti-.'ny'- -- -- YOUR ly ctry 60-inc- od Children Cry for etchers 00 J Just-as-go- od What is CASTOR! A Low-grad- GENUINE lSTORIA always" - short-season- In Use For Over 30 Years The Have Always Bought bo-In- All Baking Cares Shoulders EFFECTS THE OF BLOOD DISORDERS NG bo-lo- CALUMET big-o- a- ed v". ia winter .., MM EM.. T. R, IS SHIP SPrcdicfion That Lieutenant Governorship May Go To Him. . Thomas, who Is seriously 111 of pneumonia. Mrs. William Flsnor tins returned OF OLD BLOCK homo after a visit to her son. Dr. Oscar riencr, of Hopklnsvllle. Mr. and Mrs. P. Ponnor spont tho week-en- d with relntivos In Cienton, Ky. amn.ya'aawai niiriw i wanam aw wwww K 1 D r i Albany, N. Y., Jan. 24. "A chip cnXtiiooltl block!" By orders of tho boards "of directors of tho Rockport Coal Company, I))C'hIngs, politically, aro expected Incorporated, and the Tucker Coal nla. The political eyes of the Company, Incorporated, notlco 13 'jl:f&e:iYTe glued upon him. His every said two corpora hereby given -tvgri Mild action aro being closely tions Intend tothat consolidate with each cXlrreil. Already followers of tho j other on the basis of issuing one 5JLmo1n which votes count aro llnk-cln,share of stock of the consolidated cor1lm with tho Republican stato poration for ono share of stock of tho waist us candidate for lieutenant Company and one 'jiBPtrnor when tho party seeks suc-.itt- Rockport Coal of the consolidated share ofNstock at llio polls this coming fall. corporation for one share of siock ol TIxti-Candidates for Gotcrnor. tho Tucker Coal Company. Said conThn iicad of the Republican state solidated corporation to be known as AisCi Is still behind the veil of un- - tho Rockport Coal Company and the Ewsiaiitty and has not yet taken defl- capital stpek of said consolidated the otal aSowarape. Three candidates corporation to bo equal In the aggreliMstxnorshlp loom up strongest at gate to the capital stock of both the tJESs time Speaker Thadtleus C above mentioned corporations. of the Assembly; Secretary of Central City, Ky., Jan. 12, 1920." Francis M. Hugo and State R. C. REID Ctmptroller Eugeno M. Travis. Secy., Rockport Coal Company. Roosevelt Is closo to Sweet, Oolonel P. O. McKINNEY, faJt, with tho campaign now prac-jcsSecy., Tucker Coal Company. way, ho has many under m tho with ypeaJdrcS engagements ijwzifcw, and it Sweet gets success- - READS ODDLY STRUNG SaXUs liy the primaries Roosevelt Is ia2tpeeled to bo lined up with him on (By I. D. Claire.) bir ticket. Tho strikers appear to have at last Ill- - colonel has tho decision of his struck out. Hits Jather. He lsgrooming himself ar.xtinr than being groomed for what-ru- r The League of Nations appears to the political world holds out for be going like a morning frost before liXro. And ther&is promise at this ajrlr tlnte of having the shoes of his a rising sun. raider ready for him to jump Into, Calamities never come singly. The an 1 Vhoy landed the father into tho Kentucky legislature Is In sesion and Xtwrarnorshlp of this state before tho flu Is breaking out again. JacsUng him to greater things and the presidency of the United With all doubt of the result dis States. solved in advance, the presidential Qulct and Unassuming. a tame affair. Colonel Roosevelt Is quiet. He is election will be Interview-proo- f, He Is A long and violent bombardment anil in this respect says of himself: cal- with vulgar epithets and c&arse like tho Sam Weller In 'Pick- umny has failed to dislodge Lodge. "vvfcls: Papers'- -- dumb as a drum with "Stac3Ktnte legislators and high jnnko of Lieutenant Colonel ' TbjsMMloro Roosevelt, son of the lato utercior President, who took his seat 'fix ho State Assembly at tho openthe 1920 session as a Repubing lican irom n Nassau County offl-i&- That's the torse summing up New Mrs. J. O. McKlnnsy was called to Charlotte, N. C, on pcmuii: f tho Illness of her sister, Mm UucIipI Shultz. The Infant child of Mr. and Mm. Ira Plummer, of Detroit, Mich., was burled hero Sunday afternoon in Sunnyslde cemetery. Mrs. Charlie Williams and baby, of Stone Ky., are visiting Mrs. William's mother, Mrs. Florence Alford Equip Your Small Car With Goodyear Tires If you own. a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell orany other car using30x3', 30x3 14- or 31x4-inc- h tires, you can welt take advantage of the high relative value built into all Goodyear Tires. You can well do so because you can secure in the small Goodyear Tires the results of such skill and care as have made Goodyear Tires the preferred equipment on the riced automobiles of the day. -, II m 11 - a tt XOTICH OF COXSOMDATIOX dls--fcri- 't - K is highest-p- tr itate is i?et, You can well do so because these small Goodyear Tires are easy to obtain, being produced at the rate of 20,000 a day, and because their first cost usually is as low or lower than that of other tires in the same types and sizes. Go to the nearest Goodyear Service Station Jr Dealer for these tires, and for Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. He supplies many other local owners of small cars. n&Ssk 30x3'$! Gfoodycar Double-Cur- e Fabric, AlIAVoathcr Tread. A . SortOO JLj 30x3; Fabric, Goodcar d Cinglc-Cur- c Anti-Ski- Treat! $1765 Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tube are thick, strong tubes that reinforce casingj properly. Why risk :i pood casing with a cheap tubcf Uoodyear Heavy lounst lubes cost little iltore than rubes or less merit. 30x3'2 size it water' $390 proof Aap Tai - aholainit." lie adds: To the dally newspaper I'on studying the entire situation. times" as a back to his Wlica 1 speak I'll act, too." gotten on a country Aad that's all that can be msa lilm on his plans'as au Broken In possible candidate for the assem-blgannnnd writer "old pleasant memory, harks days of elegant leisure weekly. iittumiant governorship. ing-, 'However, It would not bo surpris tuoso menus say, 11 tuo colonel sponsor and lead tho fight for 44u'nlfnrn" lprrllntlnn tlin Unsn-kewill pass. On, of tho bills i3a expecting to Introduce early in tm. tsafeaion is a measure calling or thw Unbllshment of a minimum wago Ac the workers of tho state. Friends aay will have "teeth" in it. It will fliffur from tho ono advocated 6r lie Democratic minority and back-e- rt Ijjb i& -- It iy labor. n TAKKV The heavy rains and sleet did ile health, balked In his ambition to become president of tho League of Nations, and forced to on tho joung ladles' his ful advice; did It gracefully and well, lened tho blush watch daily deflections from vacancy of . ., !, f 1,a nnrtv but It prolonged their embarrassment, 'cheeks and prolonged tho ' ' . , ,',,,;':He told them that when God made tho young men's , vacant stare.,,, Ele- , luo x jesiueiiL iiicaeui.a a iniiuuiu i n T, ua juuku tvuiis i of ie sjiattered dream of tvuuiun iiu uui nut litiiu iicr irum Hun imu iiuiueasivu man's head to be lorded over, 'nor ceremony was, It suffered from tho humau ambition. from his foot to be trampled on, but young couples point of vlow in com- brief, from under his arm as a symbol of parlson with Judge Cook's It takes a woman to know women. the duty of protection, and from 'earnest, solemn, slncero and equally I had always believed that women closo to his heart as an emblem of effective ceremony, "Mary, you aro powdered and painted and flounced lovo. The simile was pretty and Im- - John's; John, you aro Mary's, in tho atand f tilled to make themselves posing to the spectators, but it deep-'naof Cod, amen." tractive to men, and now comes a very blight lady and tells me It is nothing of the sort; that a woman's effort to appear atti active ailses out of Jealousy to outshjiie the other woman. .... "Pclo ,i., i.., I A 4-- 4 damage here. Most of the given to complaining about Wo tebvtaino Hues were put out of use. how are our dollar will buy.but com- little Itfcm. Ira 1). Funk closed her school of Run Friday. Those in at- - ,ared w,th tho phasing Pwer t day were Ml.sses Clara' tho currency of Europe we have a ruAkiMw each .,., t,i nM. Iclnch. The American dollar will buy w"i i,.i.nii ajji i mtMVa iviu auvii n l...... o n,.n a."" nn ut HvnWr-- itlHn til ft "'"'" l""" l" .MuMtora HoiBchel and Marvoll' lwu,uy-"vParte, 1Jritlsh' two a!ul a ha,f t,mes aa ,"uch rt-and Claudlo Hoagland. k Ate. iSiitUl Funk and family and us tho French, three times as much as 42K)a Lake and family visited hero tho ItaUau and slx tlmea as much ns tho Qcrman dollar. MhKnlay night and Sunday. Iliin; Uladys Taylor .has been tho the spilng fm,1 uf relatives at Pleasant Ridgo I Whencoming overtime comes again to revisit tho am Air ABvnral m'ib1: Cova May Kirk will entor Bllmpsca of tho moon, and spend a lfow hnl'I)y (la's ,n the "ohl Ko,uo Mfcaul at Hartford this wook. Mr. Ishninel Ilartlett and famllv 'town." It will have been almost a jtH Sunday with J. A. Kirk anJlyoar slnco l lmve heartl tho 'amlllnr sound of the old courthouse bell or tniiy. Mn,. Ira D. Funk spout Saturday B00 tUo familiar sight of Eck Rial's wttJ.4nir mother, .Mis. J. A. Raymonu, old gray horse, and I shall expect to find many changes. But among them e1iiis been sick for sovjral days. 'i'holma I'attoit la on tho sick I shall not expect to find Ben Taylor 2ffcmarried, Rattle Nail at work, Tins staying homo of nights, Claude o Smith attending Ed IJarrass' show, JUtOOM NO PICK Sim opening his drug store at 8 A. M 'I'hos-having broom corn shouU or closing it at 8 P. M., or Albert Cox sue. full or writo us boforo having 1' shaved, or DIllls Ward but what Is tho uso? Tho list Is too long. worked up. Clot our prices and our work befoio going I wltuesed Judge Wells tio two Prompt scivi'u and Jitlstlod ciutomcrs our motto Plant In. C. J nuptial knots with ono string tho other day, and I then and there reUboads Building. (Hartford.) solved that when the roads get clear HARTFORD BROOM WORKS, C. N, Balrd, Manager. again I would bring him over to m Haitford and havo him take lessons IIKAVKH DAM. under Judge Cook in th6 fine art of knot-tyinJudge Wells' ceremony rars. Daisy Wtight, of Loulsvlllo, was scholarly, elegant, impressive and Ky., is.tho gueht of her mother, Mrs. Instructive, but what tho young cou- plo most wants Is brevity. I know, , JEIla Stfiveus. 2Ja-srBirch and Jamis Thomas, for I have gone through with tho or. myself. Tho Judge gave those nliVow York, woio callod to fie bad-lo- al aldo of their mother, Mrs It. W. young peoplo liiuch salutary and uso- - taar - ut The World's Standard. You will do your- ilta I self an injustice if you don't try the De Laval before buying. Ithasfew-parts, therefore longer life ; makes a better quality, of butter fat, having taken all premiums We will offer for sale at One saddle. the residence of W. F. Smith, 23 shares, $25 each, m deceased, at Horton, Ky., Farmers' Milling Co., of Feb. 17th, the following: Beav.er Dam. Two horses, 15JL hands One complete stock of high, 7 years old. groceries. Two mules, 16 hands high, Three plows. 5 and 6 years old. One hay frame. One milch cow. One corn sheller. Two road wagons. One 0 Mogul Tractor. One log wagon. One cultivator and One Martin ditcher. other articles too numerous One set burrs for corn mill. to mention. r One pair platform scales. Terms will be made Four sets wagon harness. known on date of sale. JESS W. and LEONA SMITH, Administrators. 10-2- m " I FOR SALE! 70 acres of land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will take town property in exchange. 70 acres one mile and a quarter from the Court House. One-habottom,' the rest upland. 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on'good road. 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable, barn and other buifdings. Price $3,500. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres wood, six room house, twNo barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per acre. lf for butter at tho Creamery Conventions for the last 25 years; and there are more De Lavals in use than all other makes combined, which is sufficient evidence of the su-- 1 periority of the De Laval. tion. Both Phones ilii olso--wha- ro Call us for demonstra- & 5UN5, Beaver Dam, Ky. J. U. WILLIAMS g. -- s Home of John Deere Implements, Delker and Hercules Buggies, OwensborbWagons, Fairbanks-Hors- e Line, Lez Feed Grinders, Gas Engines and Power Washers, Rose Clipper arid Blount Plows, Campbell Corn Drills, Harness, Hardware and Feed. - CAL P. KEOWN & CO.: Real Estate and.Insurance HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. , " y