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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, sont by tho Urltlsh premier to Viscount Grey early in January. Ho added ho had been Informed that two or moro members of the Senato had seen tho cablegram although ho had nover seen it himself. Reports that Premior Lloyd George had sot forth his attitude toward proposed American reservations havo been current at various times in Senate cloakrooms. Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER 32 RISKED OUSTING TO EQUIP NAVY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1920. DON'T NEED RAILROAD Tom Benton and several other citizens of tho Contertown country wero required to bo in Hartford Monday in somo sort ot Court proceedings, and tho public roads being well-nig- h impassable, and there boing no railroad from Centertown through Hartford, and tho distance being only seven short miles, the aforesaid citizens simply "took their feet In their hands and hoofed it." Wo wero a bit wrong, there Is a railroad track through Centertown, or near-b- y and on through Hartford, but no trains aro operated over said road that tho people can ride to tho County Seat on, except at certain intervals. They don't move this way. Tho truth of tho matter Is, these Shank's Pony Follows, could and ought to have come up Saturday evening, lato In the evening It was, on the la3t train run last week up to Monday evening of this week. They had to bo here, for about three hours Monday and had they come on the last train operated beforo tho time fixed by Court for their appearance, they could have come Saturday and would havo had to remain over only Saturday night Sunday. Sunday night, Monday and Monday night, getting homo Tuesday morning, and if they didn't elect to do that and preferred to walk It served .them right. It looks to us like it was pure contrariness upon the part of these fellows In waiting until Monday and walking. They had a chance to use tho train last week but wouldn't, or at least thoy didn't, so Just let them walk, it's good for 'era. It's a funny thing when, you think ot It, some people can't get It Into their beans that the Railroad Company Is not obligated to operate trains that will glvo somo accommodation to the PUBLIC. Why? The R. R. Company Is not under any sort of obligation to run trains .for the use and benefit of the people of tho country through" which It happens to have a track If it don't want to. Is not tho roadbed, ties and "steal" it's own? Didn't a number of the farmers glvo the Company the right of way? Didn't the Company purchase It from a few, While it took it away from others, tho balance, by duo process of law admlnlstored, through to the Courts of last resort? Didn't It? You blockhead, what do you think 3 railroad is for? Don't you kno that It is solely tho Railroad's business whether it runs trains or don't Cloture Question Worrying Grey's Statement Discussed . Washington, M "1 5IKS. ALLEN DEAD. Fob. 3. Senato lead-er- a, preparing to bring the peace Mrs. Ida Allen, wlfo of J. Thomas trenty again to tho surfaco of Senato Allen, died at their homo near Naah-vlll- o, consideration next weok, today took Tenn., tho latter part of last up the problem of cloarlng away tho week, of pneumonia. The remains wreckage of tangled parliamentary wero convoyed to Roslnc, where rod tape, which tho treaty carried burial took place Saturday afterdown with It when It failed ot rati- noon. fication last November. Mr. and Mrs. Allen formerly residNot tho least ot their troubles was ed at Itoslnc, where they were born tho cloture which was Invoked to and reared, she wes formerly Miss choke off debato Just before the rati- Ida Chllds. fication vote and which Vlco President Marshall is expected to hold MISS PATE ENTERTAINS must coiuo back Into tho Senate along with tho treaty. The leaders want Miss Mnrthn Caroline Pate enteroiiiq sort of cloture, but thoy do not tained a number of her friends at by so strin- slxo'clock dinnor Saturday evening, want to be string-halte- d gent a rule, under which many sena- at her homo here. tors already have exhausted their full Those riresent wero: Misses Margaquota ot time. ret King, Amelia Pirtle, Bessie Clark. Tho method apparently most in Emlllo Pendleton, Ernestine Ralph, favor for avoiding this difficulty Is t Mary Warren and Kennedy Collins, recommito tho treaty to tho foreign Anna Uhea Carson and Carrie Mc- relations committee, a movo which Kinney. parliamentary exports say would au- tomatically rid It of Its cloture re- - ri:V. c. I). STEVENS TO striction. It that Is done It probably DIRECT IJAPTIST CHURCH will be qualified by a stipulation that a report is to bo returned immediately The Rev. C. D. Stevens, until when the roport Is made, tho cently an evangelical worker in will bo ready to present Crn Kentucky, tomorrow will becomo reservations and tho demands to nnd of tho Twenty-secon- d Walnut-StreBaptist Church. For- scat modifications in them. 'md installation services probably will Somc Want Cloture. Some senators however, are strong- - uo held one week from tomorrow. ly adverso to opening tho gates to jir. Stevens succeeds tho Rev. W. debato without any form of cloture, 'p. Nowlln, who left Louisville In Oc nnd are bringing pressure to bear on tobor to become pastor ot a church tho rules committee to act promptly jn Greenville, Ky. on one ofUho proposals for modified; Until his family comes to Louis- cloture before it. Tonight no meet-;vui- 0 i May, Mr. Stevens will make lug of tho conuultteo had been called, nB home at 185 Vernon Avenuo, with nnd tho leaders were not hopeful that his brother, the Rev. E. Cecil Stevens, any action would bo posslblo before 0f tno cilfton Daptlst Church. Cou-th- o treaty comes up Monday. l. m In caso tho committee does not act It is possible thero may bo a move to jiISS LEACH ENTERTAINS. adopt a cloture rule i.i the senato It without committee consideration. Iss Alenne Leach entertained a was said tonight, howovor, that no tow ot j,er friends at hor homo on d. dcflnlto plan to that end had been Main St., Fildny evening, before , iing for Frankfort where Bho will A statement declaring tho recent ,al.0 jlCr home. During the evening letter of Viscount Grey and tho cable- - delightful refreshments wero served gram of Lloyd (leorgo boro out tho to tno following guests: contentions ot tho troaty's irrecon- juS3e3 Ethel Williams, Mildred cllable foes, was Issued tonight by Taylor. Mary Lucy Chick and Daisy Senator Iiorah, Republican, Idaho. Haydon Taylor; Messrs. Clyde Tay- ' Itsald: ijor, Eathal Stevens, Leonard Baker, "The weakening and injury to tho willlo Raloy and Carroll Stevolis. league which somo apprehend from Every0no ono reported a delight-th- o American reservations would not f ul tmo an,i an agree(i miss Leach bo felt in practice.' Thus Viscount ,g a cnarmiB hostess. Groy disposes ot all reseivatlons audi ONE PRESENT, , renounces them as utterly Ineffective Tho sad part of It is! JAMES HOOVER. and worthless. that ho Is entirely correct. Thosoi jur. James Hoover, ot Frtedland, proposed reservations do not protect-our Independence. Thoy do not pro- - died early Sunday morning ot pneu-teAmerica at all. Thoy are simply imonla, after a brief illness. Burial tho flimsy excuso for falling to do took place Monday afternoon at Cans what It is tho plain duty of patriotic nun. jir. Hoover was 70 years old and men to do. Thoy aro the answer ot party politics to the demand by for-ha- ,i never been married. Ho was a elgn governments to surrondor on brother ot our townsman, Mr. Bob independence. Hoover, who together with Lewis "The Grey Interview and Lloyd Hoovor, are tho only surviving mom- George's cablpgram ought to convlnco bora of their family, anyone that thero is just ono questhat REPORT AND WATCH "FLU" tion involved In this question is, shall wo enter the loaguo or shall When wo ontor wo stay out ot it? Since tho first day of Dec, 1919, tho league, wo aro thero for all pur- thero has been reported 50 cases of poses, and our reservations will nover Influenza and 34 cases ot pneumonia bo felt or even respected. In Ohio county. Thero aro several Satisfactory to EiikIIkIi. physicians In tho county who nro "It has been known In Washington not reporting their cases and there for several weeks that tho Lodge res- aro qulto a number of cases that havo ervations were entirely satisfactory to not called a doctor. If this Is truo wo can closely estitho English premier. Ho would havo .said so publicly long ago, but ho did mate that theroha boon 150 cases not deslro to offond the Presldont. of Influenza In thcjCQunty since the But after an effort to reach tho Presi- first of last December, and yet wo dent through Viscount Grey failed, do not consider tho disease has so far and after a full study and after con- reached epidemic proportions. It Is wise, however, to be on the sultation with tho greatest lawyers of London and some in this country, it sato sldo and tako all precautions was concluded that reservations con- suggested by the board ot health and strued by a political body from whoso y this moans avoid another epidemic. E. B. PENDLETON, construction there was no appeal County Health Officer. would bo wholly worthless. So Lloyd Ooorge cabled: 'Lodge reservations STOCK FOR SALE satisfactory; wo want the United States to enter tho league.' 'Come 1 mulo, 3; 1 2 good into my parlor', said tho spider to tho fly. 'I will tako my own time in mule, 5; 2 fifllfs, 3 years old. 3 Polled Cows ahl eaWei, 1 Polled advising you how to get out.' " Explaining tho references to Pre- Durham Bull C plokthsSld. All good mier Lloyd George's cablegram, Sen- stock, priced rlgh E. P. BARNARD & SONS, ator Borah said he understood that Beaver Dam, Ky. cablegram as ho quoted was 32t3p such a ; n, ns er et ' jricr-Journaleav-evolvej Ernest, wha has been seriously 111 for KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS HAVE GOOD MEETING tho pa3t six weeks, ho being very much Improved. Rough River Lodge, No, 110, K Mrs. Corrlne Stewart and three ot P., hold an interesting and enjoy- children are sick. It is reported they able session Tuesday night. Offi- havo flu. Miss Louisa Edmons, ero Installed, representatives of Green cers to tho Grand Lodge were elected and River, visited .her sister, Mrs. J. J. Stewart, last weok. a lot of other business transacted. Mr. Clarence James has returned Th'evj members present were entertained at tho end of tho session at from a business trip to Bowling lunch, Ly Judge John B. Wilson, in Green. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Wilson, of Gra honor jiff his 25th birthday as a ham, came to town shopping, MonKnlghtfOf Pythias. Tho Boys all desire that Knight Wilson day, and spent the day with Mrs. WilHv etotrepeat at tho end of the next son's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. B. 25 years, tho he would be mighty old. Martin. Mr. Jesse Harl of Owensboro, spent f. soveral days hero last week in in W. E. ELLIS & IJRO. PURCHASE PROPERTY terest ot the A. C. A. WisconMr, R. W. McAndrews.-o- f Thejfflrm of W. E. Ellis & Bro., sin, Auditor of American Cooperative compo'ied of W. E. and B. H. Ellis, Association, was here last Thursday. Mr. S. D. Brit is in Evansville, on who have been conducting an , implement feed and poultry business business. Mr. R. B. Martin is In Owensboro. at thebtoot of Washington on Clay StreetvKiiaye purchased Mr. C. D. Havens, who has been the C. Ji RhoadgVproperty on Main Street to confined to his room for the last two which they will move their business weeks, is able to be out again. Master Aaron Dwlght Butler Is next week. v ThdJBroom Works operated by C. able to be out again after being conN. Braird In tho Rhoads building will fined a few days. Miss Pete Cooper is on the sick list. be moydd into the next building. L Mrs. Mary Embry, who has been very 111 for the past two months, is THE iADY MACCABEES Improving. Mr. Charlie Rogers, who has been Review, Womans' TherjHartford Benefit Association of the Maccabees seriously ill of neuralgia, Is ImprovUpld an .Interesting session Jan. 31st., ing. We have Union Sunday School at wheiuMrs. Lola F. Eastman, of Som- Commander of the Or-- 1 the school house each Sunday at 2:30 pierset, State ganlzatfon( was present and perform- - P m. Lee Davis s the Superinten ed the, services rot installing the of- dent. Tho attendance was very low ficers for the ensiling year In a beau- last Sunday there being so much tiful wanner Tlic officers Installed sickness. Rev. R. B. Neel, of Morgantown, warn oa fnllnWaJ with R. B. va L. Bennett; UeutJspent the week-en- d Commander Com,, Mrs, Inez Crabtreo; ColIector.Mtin and family Miss Harriet Flener recently sold Record Mrs. Klaudle Fulkerson; to Harrison Flener that Keepers Mrs. Ira Gillespie; Lady at one-h- og fflllss Sie Yelser; Past Com- - weighed CSC pounds. Arras, mauaer, ;urs. uiury ouuieiiimoi , Cha'pllAIrgvGeorglaCaseblerjSergt. JAVERtORE LETS HARTFORD DOWN Mrsl?BarnJ!lt:i Sent. Irs. Beatrice" Park Mrs. Beulab'Bial; Livermore High School Team'de-feate- d Capt. of Guards, Mrs. Minnie Sosh; Hartford Basket Ball Boy3 Color Bearers, Misses Gladys Bennett on the former's floor Wednesday and Edna Ward. After the work was completed Mrs. night in a good game, to the score of Eastman delivered an Impressive and 20 to 12. The Calhoun five were here for a beautiful talk and splendid Instrucgame last night with the local High tion on the work. A delightful lunch was served and School team but we could not give the all present departed, wishing that score as we went to press beforo the Mrs. Eastman would return at an ear- - game was called ly date. TO BUILD DWELLING. 0-- Spent $40,000,000 Unauthorized, Opposed By President New York, Feb. 1. Franklin D. Roosevelt, assistant secretary of tho navy, told an audience in the Brooklyn Academy of Music tonight that he had risked impeachment in order to put the navy on a fighting basis before the United States entered tho war. He said there was no constructive program and his suggestions to that end met with strong opposition. "I was opposed by the President, who said he did not want to commit any overt act of war, but that he was following a definite course to avert war," said Mr. Roosevelt. "Two months after war wa3 declar ed I saw that the nayy was still un prepared and I spent $40,000,000 for guns before Congress gave me or any one permission to spend money." He said he undoubtedly would have been impeached It he had made "wrong guesses," and that he had "committed enough illegal acts to put him in Jail for 999 years." Mr. Roosevelt, among other things. ;ld It was ho who suggested the nam ing of Rear Admiral Sims as Amerifleets la can head of tho Intor-allle- d March, 1917. He paid high tribute to the good work of the Naval Academy in train ing men for the navy during the war. THOSIAS " FORD. "tf Mr. Thomas Ford, of near Horse Branch, died last Friday morning, at the home of Cicero Rica, ajter, a. short Illness ot pneumonia. Burial ofthe remains toolc place "at "Salem, The deceased had gone to the home of Mr. Rice to assist in the care of Mr. Rice's family, some of whom were very ill, and while there, was himself stricken with pneumonia, which proved fatal. Cobb and family, of Liver-mor- e, have moved Into the property purchased of Mrs. Mattio Barrett, in the Southeastern part of town. Mr. goods Cobb had his household brought here by barge and boat from Livermore, the first of this . week. Mr. "- Saturday afternoon. ' " 6- CONCORI). Mr. L. C. Acton of Acton Bros., run trains? Oh! You have no bus!nfF of re- , ct j J Mrand Mrs. Sam Mtdkltt and Mr. have ueen spending a few Through oversight wo failed to atand Mrs. Clyde Mosley and children E. Hendrix, days with Mr. J. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Rob- tach the name of our friend Wat Taylor to the article In tho Issue of ert Mosley. CROMWELL Tho little three years old son ot last week over which we made the Mr. Ike Cooper ha3 recently pur- Mr. and Mrs. Reausaw Aldridge died head "A Mud Bound Farmer From chased the house and stock ot goods Tuesday, of scarlet fever, and was Point' Writes." Wo have had no kick every por- owned by Clarence James. Ho will buried at Now Bethel the following from Mr. Taylor and most Ison who knows Wat figured him as movo his family here soon. Tho day. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Hewlett left being the author, but there are a few stylo of tho firm Is to bo "Cooper Sunday for Florida, where they will In the County who do not know him. Sisters." Mr' Clarence James has resigned spend the remainder ot tho winter Hence the statement. as Postmaster at this place and Miss with their daughter, Mrs. Sallle NOTICE. ' Golda Cooper is acting until an ap- Brooks. Mrs. Tula Mldklff spent Tuesday pointment is mado. I have purchaseythe Howard Coal Mr. Dick Gentry has purchased the night with Mrs. Lewis French. Mr. Henry French, of Maxwell, Mines, near H6rtai, Ky.. and will bo house and lot owned by Mr. Klah James. It is whispered around that pent Saturday night and Sunday with in position to fuhush coMjt all times to tho public at8 and lOcents per Dick Is going to move into same soon. relatives In this vicinity. : Messrs G. L. French and Otis Clark bushel. Mr. Ben Dunn recently returned to G. W. HOHEIMER. J. I. Clark, of South Rockport, was his linmo In Arkansas, after snondlncr made n business trip to Hartford HartWl, R. F. D. No. 2.' 32U In Hartford yesterday. several dajs here with his brother, Tuesday, Mexico, tion of Its proposed line would be a VERY GREAT PUBLIC BENEFIT, to say nothing ot tho private benefit and numorous other things No, wo can't for the life of us seo why these people below hore nro not satisfied with tho service given by this L. & N. R. R. over Its M. H. & E. Branch. It might be worse, sup pose they should decide to operate one tvaln a week? That might, from , the Company's view point be reason-you aro not concerned ablo, besides and ought to keep your mouth shut and stop your butting Into the Com-any- 's affairs, or else you might cause trouble somewhere, somehow. It makes no dlfferenco if tho Company did run their blame track twlxt your or dwelling house and maybe mado you movo one or both, or perchance make a ton foot fill thru your little old no adcount farm, or was it a 12 foot cut? But what's the difference it's the Company's business and not yours. Taken alono you aro only an Individual and of humble origin, nnd the Railroad Company Is mado up ot big men and you absolutely have no right to asK to operato or expect these high-up- s tho Company's trains In any other way or mannor, othor than as the Road Master and Superintendent mpy see fit. It it takes you three nightt and two days to get to your County Seat and back home over this railroad, ride her and say nothing about It, or else keep on keeping your unholy lips togethor and walk, or else stay at homo, which would bo better and cheaper. ferring to tho fact that the Railroad Company alleced In Its netltlon and overy other paper flM In Couit, that It was a necessity that they dislodge you from yoi'r land and th?i It bo turned over to it, because it was a public necessity, it couldn't build Its proposed lino without it and that the construction and reasonable opera- Health in this vicinity is very good has purchased the lot on the corner of Union and Mulberry Street, known at present. Mr. Marcellus Bartlett, of Owens-boi- as tho Masonic Hall lot, of R. B. Mar- y here, the tin. Mr. Acton will erect a nice spent tho week-enMartha Ola, little daughter of Mr. (dwelling upon the newly acquired guest ot Miss Lena Combs. and Mrs. E. T. Sandofur of Beaver Mr. A. A. Carter went to Owens- -' property at an eaily date. Dam, was taken to Louisville last boro Monday, on business. Friday, where she underwent a surgiPLEASANT GROVE. place and Mr. Ellis Cox, of this At last reports the cal operation. Miss Elizabeth Berry, of Beaver Pam, little patient was Improving. Mrs. We havo been having so much rain wero married at Hartford ono day grandthat we aro indeed glad to see the L. S. Leach, of Owenstoro,with last week. her. mother ot the little girl, Is Miss Margaret McDowell, of Ben- sun shine again even on the second netts, is here, tho guest of her sis- of February. We havo bought the Dr. C. J. Rev. Forrell has lately closed a ter, Miss Ira Allen. Rhbads property, facing Main street, Mrs. Julia Allen returned last week series of meetings at Pltasant Walk second door from Schapmire's printchool house, with good results. There from an extended visit to her daughshop. Wo expect to be moved wore fourteen additions to Pleasant ing ter at Franklin, Ky. Into same byjWednesday, Feb. 11th, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Arbuckle, of Grove Church and ono to Huff's 1920. Will ronduct the same kind Louisville, aro visiting their parents, Creek Church. Rev. Forrell has also ot buslneila aV heretofore. Wo apnear accepted a call to Huffs Creek dr. and Mrs. R. L. Lauterwasser, preciate your past patronage nnd Church. hero. same tor the future. Mr. Burch Eldson and sister, Mrs. solicit the Mr. Onls Wade and family, of W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Washington aro tho guests of Mr. and Hollen Petty,, will leave soon for Arkansas, where they will make their Mrs. lone Baughn this week. Mr. James Nance visited friends Mr. C.XM. Whobroy and family aro future homo. We regret very much and relatives In Hartford from Thurshome near to give up those good old people. moving this week to their day until Monday. Mr. Nance has Uncle Birch is 7C years of age and Ceralvo. loft tho Oloanor Office In Henderson, has a very Aunt Hollen is 79. We hope they will Miss Ethelyn Thomas to accept a position with the Owenslike their now home. light caso of chickenpox. Messenger. Mr. Nance will be Mr. W. P. Withers Is on ho sick boro John Willis has bought an aero mechanic and linotype operator on , list. of land from Lesllo Combs at tho Owensboro paper. His family and will probably build on will movo to Owensboro at an early LIVIA ROUTE 2. same in the near future. date. Mr. and Mrs. Joy St. Clair, ot Now o, d --- Duke-hur- st ''n)W I 1 L hi BBGR OF FEEBLE- - SIMDED INSTITUTE JEk?$pury 'Shows Deplorable Conditions In All -- Departments 'tS'aJta.wy. 30 Ethol ward of tho Common-rnnff5- c, '.Kentucky, a $G, 000, 000,-"ft'auner.rn, has been given four ttmjUfe".suhnnHng in tho past nine -of Vl satesBmbitt. Ky., Jan. avwftjy, 'Ethel, to all Indications a of 15 years, Is confined iiXL&fox iEYftblo-Mlndc- il Instituto at fSnasXcCvrt. There she gets tho samo KSoawaarthe '454 flther Inmates bean diread, molasses and other jhrnigh Bnstalnlng foods. TiifMit Stato of Kentucky sum of $15.83 a month to tho wich 'of these children tixm watK'rJKJnnt appropriated years ago, "vJi."cintti.n jirleo of necessities of life wiai HuiU, jar Jess than half what It fshw,-!-r SircSie ax S3Sli3 'Callaway, despite the fltnled an education sCtm .money appropriated by 'Ermcral Assemblies was barely "jsofsajjotl' "to buy food and clothes, flinX-atft- . light, and tho school once raioi Si: 'connection with tho inslttu-diw- it is ready to Jsoes "been abandoned Jtow-.'thInstitute, if a good home handl-5J."ie.lijj: far worse than death, aro apparent to anyone who Is attuned to the appeal of the unfortunate. Other children nffllctcd with rlck-ot- s, a disease of the bones, complicated with retarded mentality, require special treatment for any Im provement. One child has tuberculosis, It was said. This child is confined In tho samo room with healthy children. Thus far this need for a hospital is by far tho most urgont disclosed by the Investigation; next to it conies tho question of a school, and after that, diet. A ward for children temporarily afflicted with epileptic fits Is needed. Some who are otherwUe docllo during tho time these spoils aro on them should be separated. been Huntsman has Chairman ,r.nit1v ImnpoaaArl wlHi Mlrt linail fnr mi additional annronriatlon. and ex-- 1 pects to lay this before the Legislature at an early date. It Is apparent to any unprejudiced observer that Dr. Sanders and Jits assistants are doing a wood work under disheartening difficulties. They feel that by proper publicity nnd appropriate action by the Legislature, aided by welfare societies, conditions rivaling those of the Eighteenth century can be alleviated. Surgeons agreo that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the first treatment is most important. When an efficient antiseptic is ap plied promptly, there is no danger of Infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast. Dorozone is tho ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency. Price 25c, 50c, 51.00 and Sl.50.Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. J Big Value in I ires for Small Gars J Back of the manufacture of Goodyear Tires for small cars is the same purpose to supply high value in the product that is behind the manufacture of the Goodyear Tires that equip the incst expensive automobiles built. This purpose 3 expressed by the enormous resources enracrdinary skill and scrupulous care applied to the manufacture of Goodyear Tires in the largest tire factory in the world devoted solely to the 30x3-- , 30x3 and 1- v -, 31x4-inc- h sizes. Ttrtftw&.riDr litr. tttiej sTOntC In natural Intelligence. tSSrv. 2S Tprctly, quick, neat and In atiexar sjt? qualified to enter life as ?; nsatZal citizen, except that sho is ITi t! girl Wionld bo considered above (' JH8"ui.rtour grades of common school l&tfiSiwSi x - irr sisters who have Sreeaom and tho opportunity Tenxa. SENATE VOTES TO EDUCATE ALIENS V t The effect cf this endeavor is noted in the fact that lact year more cars using these sizes were with Goodyear Tires than vith any other kind. It is also noted in the fact that, if you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Maxwell or other car requiring the sizes mentioned, you can secure Goodyear Tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes at the nearestGoodyearScrviceStation. factory-equippe- d l i' m t SSai vjas committed to tho Insti-rtiti- tc Item Morgan County. Dr. Washington, Jan. 2G The bill by tho matron, Senator Kenyon, of Iowa, to promote tomI srnTses all say that in their opin-f- Americanization by educating Illiteraaiel Js in every way a normal ates and aliens In the English lan. guage, was passed by the Senate to'Institute Is Visited. day by tho vote of 36 to 14. Tho TKhw Joint Committee Investigating bill carries an appropriation of Eue SBBble-Minde- d s,o ""inn Institute visited Goodyear Kcsvy Tourist Tubes aro thick, ttronj tubes time 30x3l Goodyear Double-Cur- e which is to be expended by Fabric, AU.Wcath.cr Trcc! AJ- reinforce casing.: properly. Vhy rik n rjawl eating with n '& itane again ye3terday. A trip tho federal government In cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourlit Tube coje little more 4rjTftijs3i zhe entire Institution was with the several state.!, through 30x3V& Goodyear Sinshi-Cur- c than tubes of l.:i rnoric. 30x3 si:? in watir- - SOqn I Anti-SKiluksa-. Some disclosures reflecting tho Bureau of Education. ircat! labile, proof ba. I? I VJT1J im iSuv State of Kentucky are certain Tho measure Is an outcome of the However, these conditions invitation of a Hi':fxmniittef headed n Ta8a-K-- ascs fce remedied, if the Legislature by Senator Kenyon of the condiwH& jfi ahout it In good faith, and tions in the steel districts shortly af'party and politics in an ter the commencement of tho lite So remedy affairs too long strike. When the subcommittee visited the homes of tha Jtnol workers JJaH.arB-- a few things "tho matter" tho percentage of illiteracy among Instituto at the workers, especially those of fori3&.tau "Feeble-Minde- d -- HrszOJorL: eign birth, was found to be alarming' r"Mn$Mi Greatly Needed. ly high. -- s 'it'thos.pital is nn imperative ira- In the closing spaach on tho bill Ttikvlkitu requirement. Senator Kenyon paid his lespeua to TJut institute is greatly ovcrcrbwd- - somo of the opponents of his measure ifrom Governor Gonzales of tho statt and come home with ruddy faces and U. S. AIKMK.V TO UK lu sarcastic language. RED FOX PELTS HELPS KVirrjuitorleis are at least three-fifth- s young, tender rabbits and squirrels, QL'I..KI) IJV MEXICO ot Nuovo Leon, ordering them to Mon "Year after year," he said, "some Ste&trx' aoiwls. terey "Immediately for examination ' and often a possum or ground hog. of you senators have come here and 'S&pjRUfiu building Is little less than Randolph LADS TO PROSPEHITY Thero were lots of days for hunting Robertson, American Laredo, Tex., Jan. 31 Lleuts. E. asked for appropriation to combat m tSrVr,Tp. now a3 the crops were all In and they P. Davis and C. E. Grimes, United consul nt .N'uovo Laredo, who sent every bug and every kind of alleged had mora leisure than in tho sum- States army aviators, who niado a word of Gonzalez's action In a telei Av? dining ball has not been disease. You havo como here askphone mossago from Guerrero, said mer. iltifaHo Sailuro to como up to ing for money to combat the boll wee Country Boys and Girls Have Tho possum looks very pretty, done forced landing near Guerrero, anMex- ho was accompanying tho aviators to ; dwsfteiitions, which is ono reason vil. exico, Wednosday, because of You have asked for money to Great Time and Gain to a nice brown reposing in stato on hausted supply of gasoline, tonight Nuovo Laredo. The party is travelJtir oxezerowdins. You wanted combat the sheep scab on iArsr mattresses aro needed a big platter surrounded by his faith- aro on their way to Monterey, Mexi- ing tonight by automobile on tho tho federal government to supply you Unexpected Sums ! Mexican sido of the border under esg ful retinue of succulent sweet pota- co, under Military escort. bhus the beds. purwith funds for .Mar JMlpquato appropriation to re- -i They aro due to reach Nuovo La- cort of Carranza officers, ho said. toes. Ho Is at his best then, as the poses, and you havo always secured nwMSfckv&fchodl 'if needed at once. children and even Leeds know very redo, opposite this city, about midlarge amounts. Ute-jJaBy Mary Leon. raplta should be Increased night, and tomorrow morning will well. When tho bowels become Irregular Now when an earnest effort is be ym wctj "provide a mora wholesomo Henry and Hurley and Mary Ellon As they wore finishing dinner on a entrain for Monterey, where thoy aro you aro unconifortablo and tho longer ing made to combat Bolshevism, you waft. vmxSetl (Hat. None of tho children raise a storm of protest and charge, were three lucky children, for thoy certain occasion Mary Ellen jumped to be examined by military authori- this condition exists tho worso you JMuranxt, .fhow any lack of health as the senator from Mississippi does, lived In the country and had a big up ami called to tho boys: "I hear ties' "as to their reasons for landing fool. You can got rid of this misery JtMMsauet i underfeeding. qHickly by using Hcrbino. Take a that the 'miserable hand of the fed- yard bigger than any city boy or Leeds making an awful fuss among on Mexican soil." 3Tfrms "should bo a segregation of eral government Is being put in shoul- girl could Imagine. It was so the chickens. Disruption of plans for tho return doso on going to bed and seo how flno Get your gnu, Henry." Jmife types. Border lino cases tjfce Henry grabbed his gun which ho of Grimes and Davis to American soil you feel next day. Price COc. Sold ders of the states and tho pockets of big that they could walk nil day and auA wftoirdbd mentalities should be tho people.' You raise the race ques- nover get to the end of It. And it always kept loaded behind the door, came suddenly today In Instructions by Ohio Drug Company. m .spurn an opportunity to learn. tion when we are contending against had thick woods, and deop ravines, and all three made for the chicken department work littm wianual the greatest wave of unrest that has at the bottom of which ran little riv- yard as noiselessly as possible. Thoy 'immtttil la a restored. ers, tumbling over rocks and between wero Just lu tlmo to seo a big red over swept over this country. alienists 4k Sward of pouipctcnt fox run from the enclosure 'Our purpose Is to do something rocks. MfciawM j)tiss on all doubtful cases. Resides that they had broad fields He stopped Just ono fatal moment you can not accomplish by deportaVtit elilldron show an cargcrncss tions. You may deport your Gold-ma- of corn, and great expanse of wheat Henry's gun spoke and tho fox foil. Xmr yhtfure books and magazinos and Blrkmans. But you can that looked from a distance as though Then there was great excitement In vmH Bfuiapers. Tho nioro lnt3lll-,m- t not deport Ideas. the gtouud. had bee a covorsd for jUlnnlug and stretching tho hide. It aro given these porlod-.'miles with green volvet. 5J'P was a fino polt, and when It was 'You must combat Idoas with iijeas. rtknii thoy aro donated. It was a very beautiful farm on ready thoy shipped It to tho fur niar-kIt Is strange that the opposers of Tiestjunlaj tho committee did not In tho city. on this floor should bo tho which they lived and they were happy umiMfMc Hiiy individuals other than most persistent antagonists of educa-lo- n. all the year round; and healthy too, Henry hoped ho would got fifteen ai ttwSat various children while Only education can meet tho because thoy all knew how to work, or eighteen dollars for it, but when many things besides going to his check camo back It was for twon-ty-flthe place. doctrines of tho I. W. W.'s and tho and did X"fetl Jound that wlienevor a child school, and it made them strong and dollars. Bolshevists. Wo want to meet tho . tft nftA 4ih must remain In tho dor-- . How they all danced and cried for gospel of despair with tho gqspel of healthy nnd always hungry at mealTukMttK 'tuoito absolute lack of hope. Wo want to meet the falsehood time, which In tho country Is Just Joy! "What shall wo buy, Henry?" Is Always a Delightful Occasion. Here arc two friends wlio picnics a day. facilities. asked his brother and sister. can about thrco with tho truth and tho alien-bor- n wish to call upon you regularly throughout' the year. Case You Tho boya could plow, harrow, drill 'iiic l)lntrsslii; "War Savings Certificates would only understand tho principles of our know them wcll-O'- oHr Own Home Ncxi'sfiaperand Your Own distressing caso is VBmK particular and hoe; they know how to cultivate be best," said their father. government through educntlon." Home arm Paper. ' S&MkMf llUlr Jeromos Olges, sent hero il! the crops and gather them also. "That will buy six ?5 certificates, Since both arc working for the same ends as yourself afatiilou County. This boy Is a Thoy could follow tho binder and as you get them for $4.12 each, and to Dollars anil Cents. promote the bcst interests of your home and community life ' invalid. Ills caso Is tho ro- Counting it only In dollars and shock tho grain almost as well as tlien you will he getting $30 for your and to help you m your chosen worls-Y- ou Bla4L infuutllu paralysis. AVhllo ho cunts, how much did that last cold grown men. They could husk corn, hide instead of $25." will be interested in the following special offer: 2ui. fcHMly move his head and lnust cost you? "Hurrah for daddy, and hurrah A man may not always feed and attend to tho animals, saw ' 4) llm& i'runi a spoon, his great, lu- - stop work when ho has a cold, but and chop wood and do almost all for Undo Sam!" they all cried. ralimytkX eyos send out u muto appeal porhans It would ho hotter If ho did. kinds of fnrm work. Mary Ellen, alHit ttuucj Visitor. Helpless as this boy It takes about ten days to get com- though only nine, could attend to Periodic Rllious Attacks. and faj axil unablo to speak, thero Is Persons subject to porlodlc bilious pletely rid of a cold under the usual tho chickens, feed and water them, in his expression an intolll- - troatmont. That time can bo much gathor tho eggs, set tho hens, at- - attacks will observe that their anno- .pjmwj lorolgn to most of tho innuitos shortened by taking Chamberlaln'3 tend to the ducks, geeso, 'urkeys, and Jtlto falls them Just boforn an attack. Cough Remedy and proper care of help the boys in nearly all ot their That is, they do not really crave food JuuAnad of Doing m tho ieooio t yourself, lu fact, a bottle of this tasks. but oat because it Is meal time. It institute, this boy should he mMod Jn tU(j Rut (ho groat fun for the boys was they will eat only a light meal and ,3 a tolfljatomofoptlioIiiquraWOB.That!lnv08tniont dur,ng th(J wIntw and hunting. December, to them all, was no moat( Uien tnko two OamberlaInj . ury 8nr,n ouo or the Happiest ot an the liappv Tul)lot8 the attack may bo av Wed m near, inut fc monUls m IV HMO tlU UU4tlIt) OUU lHHifcclatlon of a visitor s volco, that iilUltltlf Their visits will be welcomed by every member of your home. son, and with their guns und their yfr ukfltLve reuses Instinctively selzo helper, Leeds, a long, sleek, sympathy, and that his faithful jmpmv! nwniTm HARTFORD REPUBLICAN, . .m FOR FLETCHER'S Aiit niul -FOR FLETCHER'S cirlvlnt.o HARTFORD. KY. hunting hound, thoy would track MI3MB rwuuuiuii IS ....!. !... """ gamo ovor hills and through woods aid In a pllsht A9kftratoly.to enlist F 00 - . ita-K.U- horse-breedin- A ns A V & ot vo hos-tXlttt- A Visit from Friends I 'f Sfjy,s aila m HARTFORD REPUBLICAN .T Special Price to You THE OHIO FARMER, One Year W Only $2.00 "' Cliildren Ory Ohildren Ory DASTORU CASTOR' A V UT ." f havo referred, I regard tho lino which It wns proposed to strlko out as RAIL LOSS PLACED gjSSKBSCBSSSiSs Bfta absolutely nccosary. WRECKED ON SHOALS "Tho United States has always InAT "fcjlfift V -Jt JT terpreted the Monroe Doctrlno alone. f m It Is oir policy. No ono clso has 3Epsws- "Ji SSSh . jSfc&r ever attempted to and It Is Treaty Fight Brought Into something which interpret, Judgment Federal Control Of Trans4MW In my ought never to bo permitted oven by Open For Final him formation Lines "Some" --TV' !l ir VAW tho most remoto Implication. If wo " rj zl' TfttlA. "i 38 Wh Expensive Battle twj-'?if? should strlko out that phrase now, .7 ' ilms. Kx rcilwi isMyysiHi-- S;vT' after It had been accoptod by tho Senate, It would lead to a direct InBy James It. Nourno. mV . Washington, Jan. 31 Oporatlon til ference thnt wo left that question KlWKTTla4r -YJtl sassBaEsajflaM- , -- A- - v.J .jA .5 PSUOr"-w-C- El 4 i. Washington, Jan. 30. All parleys open. Tho right to interpret tho of railroads, Pullman lines, express between Itopubllcans and Democrats Monroo Doctrine, pertaining to tho companies and wnterways, unified In tlio Sonnto Intended to bring about United States nlono, must novor bo under federal control, has cost tho expert blend of choice a compromlso on tlio poaco treaty open to quostlon. and choice Domestic nation approximately $700,000,000, t reservations camo to a dcclslvo and o slnco they woro taken over two years tobaccos answers every cigarette-desir- e dcftnlto end today. State of Ohio. City of Toleao, ago, according to official calculation.-Figureyou ever had ! Camels give Lucas County, ss. The bip.irtlsait conference, which made public by tho RailFrank J. Cheney makes oath thot ha such universal delight, such unusuo3 had been sitting In Senator Lodgo's Is senior partner of tho firm of F. J. road Administration tonight revealed business enjoyment and satisfaction NrW-kMnK-. Ilia office, broke up In disagreement and Cheney & Co., doingand State In the City a net loss of $594,200,000 from railof Toledo, County aforesaid, call them a cigarette revelation t ami that said nrm will pny the gum of road operation nlono In the two-yewill not bo convened again. ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each The disagreement came after Sena- nnd every case of Catarrh that ennnot be period. Statistics, gathered from of If you'd like a cigarette that doesr of HALL'S CATARRH ficial sources as to operating costs r tor Lodge, on behalf of the Republi- cured by the Use FltANi: J. CIinNRV. MEDICINi:. not leave any unpleasant cigarettp cans, had stated a most posltlvo Sworn to before me and subscribed In tho Pullman lines and waterways and presence, this Cth day of December, aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty to yield to any compromlso on my D. 1SSC. express companies whllo operated by A. A. W. OLCABON, (Seal) Notary Public. tlio reservations on Article X and tlio odor, smoke Camelsl If xojau the government, show tho addition of Hflll a Catarrh M1lrln la tfllren In. v Monroe Doctrine, tcrnally and acta through tho DIood on $100,000,000 to tho transportation ... x hunger for a rich, mellow-rnili- D the Mucous Surfaces of tho System. Send Senator Hitchcock thereupon" an- for testimonials, free. costs. cigarette that has all that desirable . F. J. CHnNET & CO., Toledo. O. nounced that his next step will bo to Heavy losses of November and Decigarette "body" well, youi geflr fold by oil iirucrlsts. 75c. move In the Senate, on February 10, cember are charged to tho coal strike Hall's Family Pills for constipation. some Camels as quickly as you canif to bring up the treaty for discussion in a statement by tho Railroad Ad4 on tho floor. Tho senator believes the GIRL, DKAF MUTK, HEADED ministration. A deficit of $111,-500,0Camels' expert blend makes alttfusr. motion will be supported by at least HAND OF PARIS THIEVES was shown for those two delightful quality possible. Yoor-person- al forty-thrc- o Camels are told everywhere in scientificDemocrats and by enough propormonths after the test will prove that Game?.. ally scaled packages of 30 cigarettes; or Republicans to ninko a majority, A slender young tion of the annual rental was paid. Paris, Jan. 2 fen packages 300. cigarettes) in a Cigarettes are the only cigarettes, thereby throwing the entire treaty girl named Lulsy headed a hand of 'December revenues were said to bo carton. Ve strongly home or you ever smoked that just seem, question again open to debate in the deaf mutes which perpetrated a num- about $12,700,000 above actual oper recommend this carton for the office supply, or when you travel. Senate. made to meet your taste F You w3I;1 ber of the most clever burglaries that ating expenses, while tho revenue for WlNon not Consulted. over camo to tho attention of the November, according to Interstate prefer them to either kind of R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY Wiolton-SaltN. C Before leaving tonight on n flying Paris police until the entire gang was Commerce Commission figures, exbacco smoked straight 1 trip to Nebraska, Senator Hitchcock rounded up and sent to prison this ceeded actual operating expenses by Compare Camels for quality ancfr approximately ' $19,000,000. Thi stated that Senator Walsh, of Mon- week. ;siFor several weeks the police re- monthly share of tho annual rental tana, will give notlco In tho Senate satisfaction with any cigarette icw tomorrow of tho motion which Sen- ceived reports of daring apartment has been computed generally at $75 the world at any price I ator Hitchcock will make in bis re- house robberies. On many occasions 000,000. bedrooms were robbed whllo the ocMuch of tho loss during 1910 turn. Senator Hitchcock was unadvised cupants were at dinner In adjoining should be charged to tho first sU as to whether his motion would bo rooms, but not a sound was heard. montiis of the vear. according t '.he Tho police took finger prints and offlchl explanation. Tho '.jton-en- t looked on with favor by tho White House, Ho said he had not been able by reason of other clews arrested four Si'iows thit of a loss of $34J.O.v.0OO to communicate with tho President or men named Barney, Pierrot, Mnurel for the iwelvo months $22S.7 "J.OOO with Secretary Tumulty regarding it and Hitter, all deaf mutes. They came living the first six mouths Just before tho conference broke confessed that their leader was the when there was a "prolonged slump up, tho Democrats made their final Lolsy girl, also a deaf mute. The in freight business, following the Btand for a charge In the Lodge re girl told the police that the band signing of the armistice." It adds servation on Articlo X. Having fail- worked so successfully becauso they that "If the rate increase which went a movement of the bowels without it ed to get their own proposals accept- carried on none of tho whispered con- into effect in June, 1918, had become LABOR PROTEST is produced by a cathartic. Most of ed, they threw into the hopper tho versations that so often reveal the effective tho previous January, the rts them have brought that condition on draft of a reservation prepared by prescenco of burglers, but principally loss for the two years would probably themselves by the use of mineral no secrets to not have exceeded $104,00 J 000." former President Taft, reading as because they revealed GOES UNHEEDED waters and strong cathartics that outsiders. Preliminary reports upon which follows: take too much water out of the sysDENTAL SURGEKY "Tho Unltod States declines to tho compilation of revenue results tem and aggravate the disease they any legal or binding Independwas based, Indicates a "serious disCentertown, Kyv. ence of any other country in tho prolocation of freight traffic" during New Bill To Be Drafted To 'are meant to relieve. A mild laxa FOR FLETCHER'S tive tonic like Chamberlain's Tablets November and December. This could visions of Articlo X., or to employe Aid In Fight On affords a gentle movement of the not bo estimated closely, officials the military or naval force of the . Radicalism Offices over Morton's l&raac; bowels that you hardly realize has said. Passenger traffic for tho last United States under any article of Store. Call Cumb- - Phcr TOi- -. been produced by a medicine, and any purpose; but the TANK STEAMER SINKS; two months of the year showed nn tho treaty for vtheir use Is not so likely to be fol constltu- MISSING increase, however, 2 MKN-ARE- . n increase also Cnnuress "which, nnder-the- Hnn ima tlio Hnln iinu'pr In the nrc- by constipation. ono ' in Washington, Jan. 31. Desplto op- lowed was shown for tho eleven months New York, Jan 30. The American lng with November, as compared with position of organized labor to dra3- mlses will consider and decide what rtic sedition legislation, as expressed moral obligation, if any, under the tank steamer Mlelcro, from Matanzas, the corresponding period In 1918. m by Samuel Gompers, president of the circumstances of nny particular case, Cuba, January 23, for Philadelphia, American Federation of Labor, the when It arises, should movo tho Unit- broke in two and sank at sea, ac- PRUSSIA PLANS PURCHASE CASTLES House Judiciary Committee has deOF ed States In the interests of world cording to a wireless message receivpeaco and Justice to talce action there- ed hero today by the Naval Comtermined to support a munications Service Ono boat with Berlin, Jan. 23. A measure provid- bill to curb Red Movements and in, and will provide accordingly." the chief officer and seventeon men ing for settlement between Prussia preachings against the Government. TboiiKht It Clever Move. In thrusting this last reservation has been picked up by the steamer and the Hohenzollorns with regard to This was announced today by Rep tho Ozetto and anothor boat with the cap- tho former royal family's movable resentative Volstead chairman of the into tho arena of discussion, men is still and Immovable holdings will bo con- Judiciary Committee. Some members Democrats thought they had made a tain and twenty-thre- e say that they fear defeat at the poll" sidered by the Diet soon. clever political movo, in that it forc- missing. Tho draft of tho measure provides In November should they support ed tho Republicans to reject a draft for monetary payment for retention such a drastic sedition measure as For The Children. written by their former loader. But Too much caro cannot be exercised of several castles and palaces with the Graham or Sterling bill. Senator Lodge, without tho quiver of AVI11 Frame New Bill. a smile, announced that the reserva- In selecting a cough remedy for chil- the right to dispose of tho property It Is evident to conservative memtion could not bo accepted. Tho dren. It should be pleasant to take, without restrictions. that contnln no harmful drug and most It Is believed the Hohenzollgrns bers of tho committee that the GraDemocrats at once announced world in tho limit of negotiations had been effectual In curing their coughs and will accept settlement if the Diet ap- ham bill Is too Inclusive, and, therefore, the Judiciary Committee will reached and that further conference colds. Long exporlcnco has shown proves tho measure. t begin framing of a new bill In a few that ChamHerlaln's Cough Remedy was unnecessary. A child that has intestinal worms days, after which there will be a com It is a faSenator Lodgo then made tho fol- meets theso conditions. A' few promise between the Graham and the m is handicapped In its growth. lowing statement of tho situation: vorite with many mothers. doses of White's Cream Vermifuge Davey bills. "Speaking for myself alone, I have destroys and expels worms; tho child Attorney General Palmer Inform only this to say, that I was unable CONTRACT FOR CONSTRUCTION OF SANITARIUM LET immediately Improves and thrives ed Representative Volstead today that to agree to any chango In reservawonderfully. New York Price 30c per bottle. he favored some strong legislation on mn& tions two and fivo dealing with Arm that would meet the situation and aid Tho Dawson Springs Construction Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ticle X, and tho Monroe Doctrine. In City: it is long, my opinion reservation No. 2 which Company will erect tho twenty-tw- o tho Government In the prosecution of assumo no obr buildings on tho Federal Sanitarium GOV. COOLIDGE NOT IN provides that we shall radicals. high. Made up 1 RACE FOR PRESIDENT question will be ligation of any kind undor Articlo X site at Dawson Springs. That conThe sedition in the trea- cern having mado tho lowest and Thursexcept the one mentioned brought before the committee lamps. Boston Jan. 25. Governor Cool-Id- day, when Charles D. Newton, Attorty, that wo should ourselves respect best bid for tho work, so it has beer, Springs nations, can announced. declared today that ho was not ney General of New York, will furThe Dawson the boundaries of other Concern will also construct tho road- and never had been a candidate for nish It with tho results of his invesnot possibly permit pf chango. "Tho chango proposed In reserva- ways totaling about four miles, President and that he would not en- tigations into radicalism in that State. read- ter a contest for the Massachusetts Sir. Palmer Unchanged. tion No. G; In regard to the Monroe through the' grounds. buildings and delegation to the Republican NationDdvey, author cf an absolutely vital one, Representative Construction of tho Doctrine, was ing WRIGLEV'S Ho did not say that one of the sedition bills, saw Attorney because it was asserted as an official oadway Involves near $2,000,000 and al Convention. representatives will give employment to an Immenso he would oppose the presentation of Geuoral Palmer today and afterward the Interpretation SPEARMINT, DOUBLEMINT, declared that Mr. Palmer had not alhis name at Chicago. of Qrent Britain that tho Monroe Doc- number of men, mm treaty was to bo inopinion us to necessity for tered his trine under the JUICY FRUIT, Gas in the stomach or bowels is a vedltlon legislation, as was charged terpreted by the league. To this I, before the Rules Committee recently. for one, could novor assent, and in disagreeable symptom of a torpid a "The Attorney General believes adview of the statement mado in Paris liver. To get rid of It quickly take e Wo are looking for a It is a marvelous liver ditional legislation Is necessary if the by tho British delegation, to which I Herblne. This sign Is seen nightly by about stimulant and bowel purifier. Price representative in this county; a man Department of Justice campaign fr COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug who Is willing to work and "mako against all forms of radicalism and 500.000 people from all over the world. m good," to sell our VITAPLASTIC violence Is to be effective," said Mr. Company. m waterproof roofing, light andhoavv, Davey. house paints, iron and wood preservin i.i m "I m '" SIMPLE HEALTH RULES ill Ilium Our plans aro to frame a bill that iHB FOR SALE! EASY TO REMEMUER ing paints, fine enamels, lubricating will be short and to the point," said LWJJCftu Kept tils and gretsos for nutos and tractors, Mr. Volstead. "Tho committee's inSimple rules of health, not too hard high grade machine oils and a gen tention in framing a bill always has Tight Right to remember, may bo reduced to a eral line of our VITAPLASTIC pro- been to reach only advocates of A7 ducts direct from our factory to tho physical forco and violence, and it few brief instructions: W ; use moderation In consumer. Keep serene will be made plain that the measure THE QUALITyNuRANDS CO. HBffidffJKf v work, play, rest and sleep; ventilato cannot be used against tboso who seek 2Sr J!Lf aT1 Cloteluml, Ohio, every occupied room; seek a change In our form of government Louis 1). Singer Stuto Agent, occupation and recreation; means or by 'moral by peacoful Rot O, Hnrrotlsbitrg, Ky. drink sufficient water; walk, stand force.' This meets the main objecBred Gilts and young Pigs. and sit orect; breathe deeply; wear I will bo hore shortly and if you tion of Samuel Gompers to the Gralight, porous, loose clothing; oat aro looking for an opportunity like ham bill." Petiigree furnished. slowly, avoid overeating, eat sparing- this, wrlto to mo at onco so I can arChronic Constipation. ly of eggs and meats, and eat some range to boo you when I am here. BENNETT, LOYALL P. Men with rigs or Fords preferred raw foods, some bulky and some There' are people who never have but not absolutely necessary. Hartford, Ky. bard foods! Route 7 PEACE PARLEY AGAIN $700,000,000 k y JF 4 kMtHbaslferf . ' i-- yW 2Se SPhpnT .r 8l& m m m a xm jmrm $ (fi&fiik vn mt- mrmmxs CAMELS' -- ar f you, al 00 two-month- s' to Dr.M.M.Dexsr Children Cry CA.ST.ORI A i i - H HI I WRiGLEYS 1 H Hi Hj q Times Square 250 feet The largest electric sterr advertises the SK gp ge M feet 70 of 7,286 electric JjflK E. 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TELEPHONES Anonymous communications will Farmers Mutual Cumberland FRIDAY, 59 123 FEBRUARY 0 -- : r To date, Governor Morrow has disuse-Jepensed with thlrty-nln- o and as a consequence the offices Mr. James Leach, of Beaver Dam, former Incumbents may have an opportunity to engage In something Route 3, was in Hartford with tobacuseful to the public, If not so profi- co yesterday. table to themselves. Mrs. C. R. Crowe, of Providence, We notice that an exchange says will arrive here today to visit Mrs. the Republican majority in Congress J. H. B. Carson a few days. seems to be chiefly engaged in obIt See "Girls" with Margurlte Clark structions and .reservations. would have been a great blessing to featuring and the new serial "Smashthe Country if a lot of things put ing Barriers" at the Star tonight. over by Congress during the last few years could have been obstructed and Mrs. Mattie Barrett has sold her reserved. residence properties in Hartford and has taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. The Writer and the Devil had an R. H. Gillespie, where she will make argument a few days ago as to ground her home. hog day. He claimed that it fell on the 14th., while I argued that It was Mr. Forest Hoover, of the Beda the 2nd. We finally compromised community, who had been in Akron, which by splitting the difference, Ohio, during the past several weeks, makes it the 8th of February. Ev- returned home Wednesday on acerybody will please take notice from count of his health. henceforth, and let future arguments cease. The Basket Ball game between Kentucky LIvermore High School team and The Initial number of the floor last Republican, a weekly newspaper pub Hartford, on the latter's Thursday night was a spicy game, re lished at Frankfort, edited by Sol score of 29 to 24 In Steele, has reached our desk. The sulting in the favor of Hartford. paper is full of good things, clean, bright and Is destined to fill a long-fe- lt Mrs. Oma Turner is at the bedside want, if properly managed, by who The of her sister, Mrs. E. C. Balrd, Republicans of Kentucky. the is very ill at her home near Beda. only criticism we would venture to Winnie Westerfield is operator offer is the extreme low price of the Miss at the Farmers' Mutual Telephone subscription. Exchange in Mrs. Turner's absence. Simon Mangus, of Samaria, If old Mr. C. N. Taylor, lately of Roanoke, thought to buy up, corner and personally control the flow of divine but now residing at Jennings, La., blessings when he endeavored to pur- is spending a couple of weeks with chase that right from Peter, he didn't relatives and friends in his old homo Taylor have much on some of these latter day country near Cromwell. Mr. seem to think that they as In Hartford on business Saturday. fellows who should and do hold the political desDid you know that where others tiny and future happiness of one Sephundred and ten million American have 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies hollow of their own, arator has none? It has only three subjects In the partsAl (POWL, 1 BOWL littlo hand. This Country Is not a working l)IVIDING WALL. BOTTOM and by a whole lot. chaise For sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. "Ve believe beyond a doubt that Mrs. W. W. Riley, of Akron, Ohio, every unbiased citizen who reads the statement of Lord Grey, British Am- who has been visiting friends and relbassador to the United States, with atives here for a few days, will rereference to the position of those who turn home Monday. Mrs. Riley also Lodge reserva- visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. favor the tions to the Leaguo of Nations, will L. Taylor, of Leltchfleld, before comunhesitatingly conclude that if the ing to Hartford. British Diplomat were a citizen of this Country and member of the U. Mr. C. T. Felix, who has been In S. Senate he would most certainly Asheboro, for a few months has been support tho reservations being con- transferred to Liberty, N. C, whore Viscount Grey recog- ho will be during tho next four or tended for. Mr. Felix Is with the nizes a fact that too many overlook, live months. that is, that it is especially a part North Carolina Highways Engineerof the privilege and duty of the U. ing Department. S. Senate to assist and have a hand In the making of peace treaties beMrs. E. W. Cooper and children, tween our government and other gov- who had been visiting Mrs. Cooper's ernments of tho earth. mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnett for sev eral weeks, returned to their home We are all, moro or less, full of In Nashville, Tenn., Monday. Mrs. prejudice and intoleranoo, and when Barnett accompanied the visitors as it comes to matters religious or poli- far as Madlsonvllle. tical, you might say moro. But even If It be considered by prejudice a maNews has been received hero of th,e jority of the people affected desire a death of Mr. J. B. Swain, in Detroit, certain thing, a certain way, or wish Mr. Swain died not to have it at all, it it be not in Mich., last week. only a few days. of "flu", being 111 violation of the basic law of the land, deceased was formerly a resident under our form of government, ought The county having left Centertown of this to have what they want, as they want ono year ago. it. Recognizing that fact and hon- about estly believing that from every possl-- i FOR SALM ble chance given tho people for an Ten room dwelling with upper and expression of their will In the matter, by every election recently held, lower halls, gawgi and other good, good oraside from the fact that the majority outbuildings, and threo chard with varletyW-fru-lt of the United States Senate has seen fit to adopt certain reservations to acres of land in Fordsvlllo, near the easy. the proposed Treaty or Leaguo of College. Terms W. S. GAINES Nations, whether wo might personal- 30t3 ly be In favor of or against the FOR SALE. League, wo would unhesitatingly say pass it as the majority would have it. My ltouso aril lot In Hartford, Ky. Tho price SIMMONS. LOUIS T. RILEY. Aera Southard, who was injured 30tt ss one-horse "Uncle" Joe Fuqua, who has been working for tho Broadway Coal Co. for 16 years, has left their employment and gono to work at Mcllonry. Squlro Q. B. Brown says that If anybody wants to unite In tho holy now Just to come bonds of wed-loc- k along. Ho understands the right game pretty well nnd his fees are remarkably low, considering tho high cost of living. Cleve Ilalzo was kicked by a mulo In the mines tho other day and the mines were thrown Idle the following day, tlclng up the mules foot. There was quite an excitement in our little town on Friday morning of last week. Along in the wee small hnnrs every body was attracted to tho home of Earl Smith, who was running break-npe- k round and round the house at sneed nnd yelling at tho top of his voice at every Jump. Some thought his house was on flrej some thought fho 'nossum hunters' had decended upon him, while others suggested that he had not been right for several davs. and that an officer should bo called at once to escort him to 'Hop- own'. But as tho crowd drew nearer they made out what he was saying Ho was and then they understood. saying "It's a girl I It's a girl! and It welehs nine pounds." At this writ ing mother nnd daughter are doing nicely but the fathers case seems hopeless. In tho mines thrco weeks ago, Is ablo to bo out ngaln but only by tho old of crutches. Report of tho Condition of tho BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business ford, County Kentucky, business at the town of Hartof Ohio, State of nt tho closo of on 30th day of : January, 1920. Resources. Loans and Discounts . .$346,5S3.10 Overdrafts, secured nnd 1,864.50 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and othor 73,100.00 Securities 122,889.69 Duo from Banks 16,121.19 Cash on hand Checks and other cash 599.30 items Banking Houso.Furnlturo 4,500.00 and Fixtures Total :?565,657.7S It llLJl W$ m gm ran en I ik I iif IF13 Liabilities. Capital Stock paid In, In $ 40,600.00 cash 25,000.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less ex 1,886.22 penses nnd taxes paid. Deposits subject to check.... 5324,023. 93 Time Depos $171,682.86 495,706.79 its Due Banks nnd Trust 3,004.77 Companies 60.00 Unpaid Dividends Total $565,657.78 package GET athe flavor today.wholethe some taste of Kentucky Burley tobacco. State of Kentucky,) )Sct. County of Ohio, ) We, J. W. Ford, and C. O. Hunter, President and Cashier of the above named Bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to tho best of our knowledge and belief. J. W. FORD, President. C. O. HUNTER, Cashier. Subscribed and sworn to before mo this 4th day of February, 1920. My Commission Exp'res March 1st, 1922. "Sc MARGARETOIARKS, Notary Public. Report of the condition of tho Correct Attest: C. O. HUNTER, CITIZEN'S BANK ROWAN HOLBROOK, R. E. LEE SIMMERMAN, Doing business at the town of Hart Directors. ford, County of Ohio, State of Kentucky at tho close of Report of the condition pf The business on 30th day of January, 1920. Deposit cigarettes? They buy them for the special flavor of the toasted Burley tobacco. There's the big reason it's toasted, and real Burley. Make Lucky Strike your cigarette. men" buy Lucky Strike Why do so many "regular iptv ltoastedJ Ouarantoed by Beaver Dam Bank Resources. doing business at the town of Beaver Loans and Discounts. . .$ Sl.327.53 Dam, County of Ohio, State of Stocks, Bonds and other Kentucky at tho closo of Securities 46.S15.00 business on 30th., day Due from Banks 32.07S.05 of January 1920 11,210.53 Cash on hand Checks and other cash RESOURCES 436.43 Loans and Discounts ...$454,993.69 Items Banking House.Furnlturo . Overdrafts, secured and 500.00 and Fixtures 894. 7S unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other $172,367.54 Total 128,974.39 Securities Liabilities. 163,143.92 Due from Banks 22,700.61 Capital Stock paid in, in Cash on hand $ 25,000.00 cash Banking House, Furnit12,500.00 ure" and Fixtures 1,300.00 Surplus Fund Undivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 9S2.49 !S... ?772,007.39 Total Deposits subject LIABILITIES $127,457.85 to check Capital Stock paid in, 6,427.20 133.SS5.05 5 25,000,00 Time Deposits in cash 40,000.00 Surplus Fund $172,367.54 Total Jndivided Profits, less expenses and taxes paid 7,304.76 State of Kentucky,) Deposits subject )Sct. to check, $438,435.72 County of Ohio, ) Time We, J. C. Riley, and R. R. Riley, Deposits ...$261,206.91 699,642.63 60.00 President and' Cashier of the abovj Unpaid Dividends do solemnly swear named Bank $772,007.39 that the abovo statement is true Total and to tho best of our knowledge belief. State of Kentucky,) J. C. RILEY, President. )Sct. R. R. RILEY, Cashier. County of Ohio, ) Subscribed and sworn to beforo me C. P. We, John H. Barnes and Austin, President and Cashier of tho this 4th day of February, 1920. My Commission Expires February do solemnly above named Bank, swear that the above statement Is 28, 1922. W. S. TINSLEY, Notary Public. true to tho best of our knowledge and Correct Attest: belief. J. C. RILEY, JNO. H. BARNES, President. R. R. RILEY, C. P. AUSTIN, Cashier. M. L. HEAVRIN, Subscribed and sworn to before me Directors. this fifth day of February, 1920. mm Correct Attest: NOTICE JNO. H. BARNES, I have a male Hereford and a C. P. AUSTIN, thoroughbred Durop hog entitled to E. P. BARNES, register, which iVljJ stand at $1.00. Directors. Money due befor turning In. FRANK BARNES, Notary Public. T. II. TATUM, 19, My Commission Expires Jan. & Hartford, R. F. D. No. 2 32tlp 1924. relatives here this week. Mrs. Salllo B. Ash by, of Owensboro, Is the guest of relatives here this week. Mrs. Mary Rowe is quite ill at her home near town, of troubles Incident to old age. S. D. Bosket and wife are in St. Louis this week, buying a stock of goods for their store Rev. R. D. Bennett of Hartford, was in town last Tuesday, tne guest of Harvo Comllt and family. Mr. Joe Knott and wife havo re turned homo from nn extended visit with relatives In Daviess county. Mrs. Leo Brown nnd children, of Beaver Dam, visited her parents, Mr. Is with nnd Mrs. Robert Plummer, here this week. W. K. James, n very highly respected citizen of this place, died tho 27th, of troubles incident to old age. He was 93 years 1 month and 27 days of nge, was a member of tho M. E. Church and a Mason, having been a member of that frntornlty 72 years. He was, perhaps, tho oldest mason in the state of Kentucky. Ho was burlat Walton's ed by the fraternity Ceek tho 2Sth., In tho presence of a largo gathering of people. Ho leaves 6 children, 23 grand children and 23 great-gran- d children to mourn his sad demise besides a host of relatives and friends. lS Umaf w nv r rie says 1 tm Look good ao Chesterfield pal that's AREAL its record. Chesterfield. at NjL.. Three million smokers less than five years on the market! Two words explain it aW. rM,.'; . a -- IffEt .TO 1W 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 buildings. Price $3,600. 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, 10 acres-woosix room house, two barns, close to school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, ballance on a long time. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per acre. lf d, 4 fiwator, SOW GOOD SEEDS Mrs. Matilda E. Tlnsloy, who has It don't pay to sow Inferior seeds. been visiting relatives in Decatur, We have tho vferyfbest Red Top and Ala., during the past two months', Red Clover that conjta haih home Wednesday. W. pTELLIS & BRO. 29t4 Rev. E. W. Smith was unable to CENTERTOWN. till his appointment at the Methodist Church. Sunday en account of illness. Ed Nelson, of McIIenry, was In Rev. R. D. Bennett preachedlii' lis stead. Seven wpro received ihjxj the town last Sunday,, Edgar'Calvert Is in Owensboro this Church, tbree of' whom were baptizweek, with tobacco. ed. Alva Bean and wife are visiting Kindly look at the little "yaller" relatives in Texas. An infant child of W, E. Pate is label on the first page of your paper and then more kindly bring drv,sond very 111 of pneumonia. R. E. Ross was in Llvormore a few In the amount sufficient to out of tlio has been, will be and into days this week, on business. The mumps are plentiful here. tho iser class, as preacher, Waters Mrs. Zella Hocker, of Owensboro, would say ar-rly- od CAL P. KEO WN & CO. Real Estate and Insurance HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. r V Mrs. John W. Halo, of Fordsvillc, was In Hartford yesterday, tho guest of Mrs. M. L. Hcavrln and Mr. LALLEY LIGHT and POWER For Farms and Rural Homes 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. Dr. C. n. Bennett, of McIIenry, was hero Monday to see his father-in-laSqutro J. H. Pat ton, who Is on the sick list. Rov. E. W. Smith Is still qulto sick. Mrs. Smith and their llttlo son, how-ove- r, havo almost recovered their us- ual health. Mr. J. Caskey Bennett, after confined to his homo for some thrco weeks, Is able to bo out and at work again. well-know- Announcement! We have secured the exclusive frann chise for selling the Lai ley Electric Light and Power Plant in this territory. Erna Wallace, of Tomnolln, Miss., returned to his home Tuesday, after visiting relatives near hero three or four days. Mr. Mr. L. S. Leach, of Owcnsboro, was guest of his daughter, Mrs. E. T. San-defand Mr. Sandefur, of Beaver Dam, last week-enur For some time we have noticed that the progressive farmers of this section 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, and the most valuable labor-savin- g )) ' Hl", Mr. Ben Taylor is expected to re- -, farm machinery. turn today from Blrdseye, Ind., where Overcoats No possible chance for cheaper ones this fall. BE WISE, BUY NOW. We are offering our ho has been visiting relatives since tho first of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Phillips are tho parents of a new boy, born Monday. Tho little fellow has been christened Raymond Baxter. It is our intention to give the residents of this community the very best material and the best of service for its maintenance. i remaining stock at a twenty per cent reduction. Our motto is not to cany over stock. They must work. Come in and get your pick at a bargain. Hartford Lodge, No. C75 F. & A. M. will meet in called session tonight for ho purpose of conferring the Master's degree upon three candidates. Hinton Leach, a student in K. S. U., returned to Lexington, Tuesday, after spending a few days hero with his father, Prof. Henry Leach. Miss Belle Walker, who has been ill during tho past week, is recovering and expects to be able to resume her place in tne school Monday. Mrs. W. S. Wheeler, who purchased a farm near Horse Branch last, fall has sold the farm, and she, with her family have returned to Hartford. Tho rites of baptism were administered to ten candidates at the regular services at the Baptist Church Sunday night by Rev. Russell Walker. N. A. (Bud) Veiser left here Tuesday for Montgomery, Ala., where he goes to construct a dwelling house and barn on the farm of V. C, Elgin. ; When we decided to sell an electric light and power plant, we set out to secure that plapt which, in our opinion, lalley Light ia a complete unit engine and generator with had proven itself to be the most reli16 cell it or age battety. It auppliea ample electricity foe able, the most economical, and in every Ii&htat water ,ump, wathinf machinei, eweepe?, cream separator, uiiintf mtll, tron, etc way the best investment for ourpatrons. We chose the Lalley Light plant, manufactured by the Lai ley Light Corporation of De troit, Michigan, one of the largest manufacturers engaged exclusively in the production o farm electrical equipment. Our Personal Word Is Behind the Lalley The Lalley Light plant has been in successful use on farms and elsewhere for ten year& It has only three moving parts; it is ball bearing equipped; it will furbish ample electric: 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, on electric fan, and. , any other domestic electrical apparatus you may desire or need. Come in and visit us so that we can show you this Lalley Light plant, or telephone us and we will go to your house. "OIT.33S-VIlL.IJE5 JSgZSMfeb I F2LM.lSrTJSrGr Jake Wilson, Manger Nc MILL OO. Fordsville, Ky. t The Hartford FRIDAY,. Mr. E. G. Schroeter, after spendTho Louisvlllo Evening Times and Republican, both one year for $5.50. ing a few days here with his family, returned to Earlington, Monday, .FEIHtUAHV 0 FURNITURE! Wo where ho Is In the Photographer's S & DUKE havo It at WILLI tf business. Republican PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr, C. W. Morgan, of Route 3, was a visitor hero Monday. Mr. S. P. Byors, of near Friedland was in Hartford yesterday on busl ness. I The Lady Maccabees of Hartford will give a box supper at the Hall, Thursday night, Feb. 26. Everybody invited to attend and all ladles will please bring a box. Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Bennett visited Mrs. Bennett's sister, Mrs. E. C. Balrd ' Mr. Louis French, of near Buford, qf near Beda, Sunday. was in Hartford Tuesday. Messrs. J. G. Wilson and D. C. Capt. J. J. Tilford, of Fordsville, White, of tho Horso Branch country, was in Hartford Monday. wcro In Hartford Tuesday. Wo pay cash everyday Mrs. Martha "Len" Ward died last carry a nice assortment of fesh Candles and Fruit of all varieties, week at the home of Will Chapman, "Irabest Is In Ada Oklahoma. Mrs. Ward was clean and wholeumie. ' tho widow of Len Ward and a former cheapest. tho resident In this County, near Beda. CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Wo Advance Sale Of Spring White Goods Our purchases for spring are arriving every day, and at this time we are giving you the opportunity of? selecting snappy merchandise from the season's offerings. up-to-da- S poultry. W. j. Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook re$pcggs and eLlisTTbRO. turned to Owensboro, Monday, after spending a few days hero. ' Miss Ordra Ralph, of tho Ralph community, is a guest of Squire and 9 Quito a largo crowd was in town Mrs. J. L. Patton this week. Monday, attending County Court. Mrs. W. F. Stevens, of Nocreek, is ' Mr. C. B. Carden is able to bo out spondlng a month with hor father, Mr. J. P. Barnard, of Jeff, III. again, after several days illness. Wo can still glvo you tho HartMr. J. J. Russell, of Echols, was ford Republican and either of tho in Hartford yesterday, on business. Louisville Dallies for t C.50 per year Mr. Clayton Shaver, of 'Hvermore, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Wilson, of tho was in Hartford this week, on Fairvlew country, were in Evansvllle, Ind., a few days the latter part of last Mr. J. D. Taylor, of Beaver Dam, week. Route 3, was here Saturday, on There, will (not beany preaching at i 'c.-j..: S. -t-Ml. iiermon ounuuy uu uuuui ui pastor, Rev. E. W. Mr. W. C. Knott, of Centertown, illness of tho Smith. was in Hartford Monday and , Mr. W. L. Leach, of Route 3, Dam was in town yesterday. t LOST 1 hound, with black back.j Mrs. Charles M. Crowe went to where "she will ring neck, bUio Spotted legs and Auburn Tuesday, spend a week with her mother and lirensf roil pniV nil find nf tall off. sister, Mrs. J. S. Chandler and Miss 4 years old. NoHfy HERBERT MIDKIFF, Ada Chandler. Hartford, R. 1. A full and complete line of fresh Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Westerfleld and Cocacola and other refreshing soft dVinks constantly readysAr use at Miss Pearldeno Welch, of Canalou, Mo,, and Miss Ida Westerfleld, of the restaurant of Dundee, arrived here Wednesday to CASEBIER & TAYLOR spend a week as guests of Mr. and Miss Thelnia Baxter, after spend- Mrs. J. D. Holbrook. ing some time with her mother, Mrs. Dan King", of Owensboro, was in C. 0. Baxter, of Beaver Dam, returned to Louisvlllo, Monday to enter the Hartford from Monday until Wednes- Training School for Nurses at the somo gooseberry sprouts and a dog City Hospital. he left hero about a year ago when Wo ore informed that the local M he moved to tho "Yaller Banks." II. & E. freight train missed two I havo Installed my Broom Factory trips or two days last week on account of being caught by, as the in the building adjoining Dr. Bean's In Drug Storo In Hhrtford. Will malie Trainmen say, tho "Dog Law". other words it did not get in in time your broomsyata reasonable cash C to start out again, and bad to wait price. N. A, SCHROADER. over until tho next day. 30t3 '",- te 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 and seasonable, that you will appreciate a price. 40c to $1.25 per yard Nainsook 30c to 50c per yard-Lon-g Cloth . , 20c to 45c per yard Flaxon 35c to 60c per yard India Linen , . . 10c to 35c per yard Dimity 20c to 45c per yard 45c per yard Cotton finished Crepe Silk finished Crepe. .50c to 75c per yard 1 Organdy y i "Nothing wrong with our balance! t Chesterfield Dr. Frank Moseley, of Oklahoma, Mr. U. S. Faught was nmong those is visiting friends and relatives at attending Court Dundeo and other points in Ohio from Centertown County. hero Monday. Willlo Patton, of this plnce, and Mr. J. H. Hulsey, of Newman, Ky., guest of his Bister, Mrs. Silas James Ralph, who is In school hero, Is a In the Ralph spent the week-en- d Gibson, this week. country. milk FOR SALE Good, young Mr. R. B. Martin, of Cromwell, was Cow, see JESS 5AfiEBIER, In Hartford from Sunday until TuesHartford, Ky. day morning,, going from here to Owensboro. Mr. Silas L. Stevens, of near was a visitor at this office -..w ..- -..v wo tinva ctnvAn.TC. (! iKlmmnns whilo in town. oflarcTrf-MalIabl- o Cast Stoves ami ' . The best by tesCftharplp Cream Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE salaVbl J fionnrator for WILLIAMS & DUKE. 3i.f I am paying more cash every day rXJhil&a Plows, Vulcan in tho week for Poultry, Eggs and FOR : Cream than any buyer I know of. Chilled Plows' kndlrepalpor " . L. T. RILEY, yf& ELLfS & BRO. see Hartford, Ky. 2SU -- nPHEright balance of costly Turkish and choice Domestic tobaccos, proportioned by experts that's why Chesterfields "satisfy!" Fancy White Skirt fbk Goods JMrnrnm 75c to $1.25 per yard In addition to the above we have a well selected line of laces and embroideries to offer. Don't delay. Come early and get your share of these Dainty Values. v. ,.r, .......- i Carson ... Hartford, Kentucky. (l Co. ' ? r ENFORCED TRAINING Senate CnminlMco DIRECTORY j Plans Kor J8-2- 1 Trnln-iiif- Voullm Judges D 8 I M 0J JJIAL . JV I frt I 1 J TMf flS A Fl PI' V1 JJ -- 31 UJl 1 I CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Slnck, Owemboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'tli. Attorney &,rm lI ' ., ' HP J 5- JIIl B "' iV In1 il'i W'i'Vli (MyBl i out for what ails your smokeappetitel Prince Albert, you've got a new listen on the pipe question For, with that cuts you loose from old stung tongue and dry throat worries Made by our exclusive patented process, Prince Albert is scotfree from bite and parch and hands you about the biggest lot of smokefun that ever was scheduled in your direction! T - r.x Hr ; mm H. Copyright tilt by J. Raynolda Tobacco Co. the smokegame with PLAY if you're hankering foraajimmy hand- 1 ill h i""iHiPiiffT 14 Prince Albert is a pippin of a pipe-pa- l; rolled Into a cigarette it beats the band! Get the slant that P. A. is simply everything any man ever longed for in tobacco! You never will bo willing to figure up the sport you've slipped-o- n once you get that Prince Albert quality flavor and quality satisfaction into your smokesystem! You'll talk kind words every time you get on the firing line! tin haml dors and that clatty, practical pound crytal elate humidor with eponge moittener top that keeps tha tobacco in Much perfect condition. half-poun- Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarCommittee todny approved provisions Master Commissioner tin, Hartford. providing for compulsory military training for boys between IS and 21 Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, Hartford. years, Inclusive and ordered a favor-abl- o report upon the army reorgani- 1st Monday in March IS days Com'th. and Civil. zation bill. As finally agreed upon the bill Is 1st Monday in May 12dnyi Civil. virtually the samo as reported by the let Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. subcommittee, but Is radically different from tho reorganization bill sub- 3d Monday In Soptomber 12 days Civil. mitted by the War Dopartmcnt to Congress. In addition to establishing Jth Monday In November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. i compulsory military training, the bill provides for the establishment of one COUNTY COURT. army to bo divided into a citizen army Meota first Monday in each month, composed of men who havo received JuiIko Mack Cook. the compulsory training, a standing County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. army consisting of 2SO,000 enlisted Clerk W. C. Blankennhlp. men nnd IS, 000 officers and national Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. guard. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Special provision Is mado In tho Jailer Worth Tichonor. bill that the citizen army can not Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. be called to the colors except in a caso Surveyor C. S. Moxley. of a declaration of war. Coronci? E. P. Rodgers. The bill also would placo all youths FISCAL COURT. who have undergono the four month3 military training on tho reserve list Meets first Tuesday in April and to be subject to two weeks training October. annually. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, The bill, If passed as drafted, SenRoute 3. ator Wndsworth said today, will 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearexpenditures for tho military er Dam. establishment by approximately one-hal- f. 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. Estlmntes for the War De- 4th District O. W. Rowe, Center-towpartment and the army for this coming year, ho said, are placed at nth District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-towwhile the proposed bill would not require more than approxi- (Itli District W. S. Dsan, Dundee. mately $500,000,000 annually. 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hartford, Route 5. of nine to five, tho Sonnto Military n. n. Washington, . "5 By a voto ford. . HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnney. Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORD8VILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. It. Jonet. Clerk Olla Cobb. Polico Judge C. P. Kesslugor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County 1 ton id of Education. E. S. Howard, S. 9. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo. Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cnrtor.'Narrows, 20. i G Ky. Dlv. No Robort Goff, Kosinev Otis II. Stevens, Beav- Ky. Dlv. No. Dlv. No. 0 Nat Llndloy, Center- town, Ky. Time of Meeting 1st Monday In February; 1st "Monday In April; lie Monday in Juno; 1st Monday In August; 1st Monday in October; 1st Mbnday In Dccomber. County Bonrd of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fu-r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. May, 9 and 10 Common schoof Beavor Dam and Fordsvlllo. May 1C and 17 County teachers. (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers- examination (colored) Hartford. June, 20 and 21 County and Stato teachers' examination (white) Fordsvlllo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County nnd stato teachers' examination (colored t er Dam, Ky. CASTOR I A For Infants and Children Toppy red bag$, tidy red tint, handtome pound and d $ N. In Use For0ver30 Years R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, h " Winston-Sale- m, C Always bears the Signature of m&& Clarion) HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebier. ItOCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. Hartford. July, Hartford. Hartford. 11 Ohio County Institute, Sept., 19 nnd 20 County and Stato teachers' examination, (white) Sept. 20 and 27 County and State anchors' examination (colored) Hart ford. if h NOT ALli RATIFIED and Mr. Alexhave moved to Be-1BRITON DEFENDS ander and family hae moved into the house vacated by Mr. and Mrs. "There are several circumstances USE OF WAR GAS Cundlff. connected with the exchange of ratiMr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith spen' fications of the peace treaty which Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Albyl should correct the idea that the Unit-e- d Stewart. States is alone in her abstention New Arms Needed For FuMiss Laura French, who has been from agreeing to the compact. As ary ill with typhoid fever and whoop a matter of fact not half the powers ture Conflicts, Gen. ing cougli Is very much improved. who declared war against Germany Jackson Says Mrs. John Allen died at her home took part in the formal acceptance o near here. Wed. Jan. 21, of pneu- the treaty. First, there are the self- monia. Her remains were laid to j governing dominions of the Britisn rest Thursday, in the Dodson ceme- Empire Australia, New Zealand, London; Jan. 1C There would be tery. South Africa and Canada, besides no more reason to forbid the use o On account of the bad roads, our India. Mr. Hughes, tho Australian gas than to prohibit the employmc' on Route 2, has failed premier, has objected to parts of the of rifles in the next war, says 3Iaj. to make his round trip for the past treaty and General Smuts, it will bo Gen. Sir Louis Jackson, of the Royal recollected when he signed for South Engineers, formerly in charge of of- three or four days. Miss Carrie Mae Wigginton has Africa on June 2S, declared ho did There were, fensive gas production. returned home after spending a few so with reservations. There wero 33 lie declared, gases which killed days with her brother, Mr. Clyde states entering the war for clvilb and it was easy to conceive Wigginton, of Owensboro. Hon, but only 14 ratifications wero cases In which it would be more hufamll-- ' exchanged Mr. Oswell Hoover and last week. First, there mane to use gas than explosive shells spent Saturday night, with relatives is China, with her population of 0, might be possible to come to' some It in this community. whoso delegates refused to arrangement whereby no gas' should sign the original treaty on account bo used that caused unnecessary sufof the clause giving Shantung to Ja RED HILL -fering. pan. Then there Is the Hedjaz, V la a recent address before some of Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Roach were whose king millions of Mohammedans the leading lights in tho military caliph. There world, he stated that tho world wa3 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Burton recognize as the true is Portugal, who fought valiantly oj on the eve of tho most extensive mod- - (Sunday. ideations in the art of war known to j The marriage of Miss Lennie tho western front, and Greece, whoso history, and the changes made in Wright and Jesse Ashford was sol-th- e soldiers broke the Teuton line in recent war were only the begin- - emnlzed at tho home of the bride s Macedonia and forced Bulgaria out ning. It was necessary to develop father, Mr. Ed Wright, Sunday after-ne- w of the war. Rumania and Jugoslaarms with the ' knowledge that ,ioon. Rev. Joseph Acton pronoun -- via did not appear, and their attitude the nation which best did so would ing the words making them husband is doubtful. Little San Marino, who sent 300 soldiers to the Allies, nnd have a great advantage in the next and wife. Wo are glad to report that Aunt Liberia, whose capital was shelled by war. ' Tho tanks were not likely to be Louisa Wright, after having a severe a German submarine, were not repreused in future wars but they had caso of pneumonia, is able to be up sented. On this side of the Atlantic there are Cuba, Hayti, Honduras, thown that mechanical transport was! again. Miss Lillian Burton was the guest Nicaragua and Ecuador not at the not dependent on highways and that therefore the whole transport of an of Mr. and Mrs. Wems Burton Satur- function in Paris." Now York Herald. army could bo carried by vehicles day night and Sunday. m with caterpillar wheels independently 17 I'OUXl) HA11Y GETS of tho roads. EGG-A-DA- Y HEN TONIC HEAVYWEIGHT HOXOItS Air fighting would bo enormously developed. The short rifle would bo of tho Oil Jan. replaced by a short carbine which Have you gotten your biggestCity, Pa men in 24. Onorecords young medical would be accurate up to a range of package of Egg-A-D- ay Hen arrived here recently. A fourth COO yards. Artillery would bo much more mo- Tonic at the store nearest child was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, of this clt bile and if they wero to allow for on, your home? to be such a prodigious chap that tho advance of twelve miles a day the Be sure your hens have a attending staff of physicians anil guns must bo capable of an effective barrage up to 18,000 yards and a long warm nest of straw, good nurses could hardly wait to get him They' found he on a pair of scales. 4.2 gun with a rango of 20,000 yards pounds. weighed 17 requirements of tho food mixed with Egg-A-D- ay might meet the Hen Tonic and clean water. The other children are of normal future. u He said the future soldier must bo n:vo !, nrifi weight, but two of them, twins, to " nhnnlntnlv different from his nredo- didn't compare with their . gether brother for bulk. Physicians say cessor. The days had gone by when with eggs at seventy-fiv- e initiative was considered not only un. cents a dozen they will pay Oil City will hold tho hoavywelght baby championship for a long time. necessary um luuiKuiuuo. m uuiuuuii , . inlovilo to his rifle, the soldier should be able U1fa UlVKienUS. JEWISH SCHOLARS IX U. S. For Sale by to handle a Lewis or machine gun PLAN UXIVKUSITl IX ZIOX C. E. Crowder, Horton. and to help the artillery. Ho should know something of explosives, have a A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords- Now York, Jan. 25. Noted Jewish knowledge of fuses, understand slg- - vlllo. scholars from all parts of tho world, nallng and bo able to handlo a ground C. C. King, Dundee. Including Dr. Albert Einstein, phyA. C. Leach, Roslne, Ky. wireless set. Ho should recolvo training. Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. sician and originator of the "Mln-stei- n m theory" on light rays nnd gravA. W. Ildklff, Narrows, R. No. 2. itation, will meet soon In Basle, LIVIA, ROUTE 2 L. C. Morton & Son, Centortown. Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. Switzerland, to proparo tho foundation of a Hebrew university in JeruBorn to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mos F. Renfrow & Co., Narrows. boy. salem, the Zionist organization of ley, on the 20th, a Wallaco & Portor, Cromwell. i America announced here today. A. W. Willis, Hartford. Mr. Coleman Cundlff and family mail-carrip'ain-Jessly 320,-000,00- VALUABLE MULE. (Hancock Arthur Robblns bought a mute from Wm. Lambert, of this city, for tho Beard Brothers of uardinsburg for which ho paid $325. This Is said to be the highest price over paid for'a mule In this county. (Every Woman IVnnftTj Mothers use XT rtsm fMioii ii Bv Helps ick Cardui, the woman's tonic, helped Mrs. William Evcrsole, of Hazel Patch, Ky. Read what "1 had a she writes: PPPCnMAt uvnicui! Diteolrdd In water for douches atop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonJer for nasal catarrh, sore throat and toroeye Economical. SnnJ. nu Hl ciliioniintiy clucitoa and iKtitinUI mw.r drueiniu. SiraloFre.. JOc. all Company. rr pepd Dtmoo. Kim. TliPll fcgrt J ll wmfs Verirai u&e LX ( A t I.Jmm m A Safe, Remedy for Worms SsaalQ VH& ' .OKl ftj P5 .& Sr33&l3Vl tfpS!ai!,i &. LJc)bL - I general breaking-dow- n of my health. I was in bed for weeks, unable to get up. I had such a weakness and dizziness, . . . and the pains were very severe. A friend to. J me I had tried everything else, why not Cardui?. . . I did, and soon saw It was helping me . . . After 12 bottles, I am strong and well." , Succeed when everything eUe fails. In nervous prostration ar.d ftmnle "veaknesse they are the sum tine remedy, at thousands have testified. rs M SeTentj.flT irirV confirm-ou- i the, brat tmUmonl&l n FKWS VKHMIKUUK co offer you. Keep a bottle alwajra on hand. It wlU help krep Uia llttia one. Iiapp and healthy. 3Ac. a bottle at jour drug, aitt'i or general itore ; or It jour dealer can't aupply you end bU name and 25c. Id itaiiipt and we'll aeud yau a bolUe prompUy. Hi irll 1 r S3 (ml E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MO. a It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. j nwTwwj , FOR Kit3NY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL YOU. TAKE OUR FBI CilrM-BlOSSO- M LAND GERMINAL REMEDY The Japanese Give Good Example TAKE faco nnd verb of Cherry Blossom Land that beauty of fig-u- ro It is a pro- msMBiZ SEHKavr OHIO MEDICAL GO, A Treatment (or WEAK LUNGS 01 4.. CONSUMPTION on womanly feeling, A quick relict for that tired, health. coughi, paint in cheil. night iweaK. hemorWhat is it rhages, weak lungi or consumption. It II doc g that makes our not belp you II co.ta you nothing. dopcul FOR.ONE MONTH COLUMBlin h- The Woman's Tonic Do you feel weak, dizzy, worn-ou- t? Is your lack of good health caused from any of the complaints so common to women? Then why not give Cardui a trial? It should surely do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other women who suffered it should belp you back to health. Ask some lady friend who has taken Cardui. She will tell you how it helped her. Try Cardui. American women often pale, sallow-face- d, Lock box 016 cv with dark circles under tho eyes, and very often old forty'firo when they should Ikj in their prime? Women sufache, spine-ach- e and headaches, followed by irregularities and as a result diseases womanly organs are more common of the than any ono hut a physician in activo practico could suppose After long experience in tho treatment of women's diseases. Dr. Pierce evolved a vegetable tonio and correctivo which ho called Dr. Pierco's Favorite Prescription. This is a purely vegetable preparation, without a particlo of alcohol contained at USE LI VVER-- L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. Peel richt nil tho time. Don't lay of from work for dayp by taking calomot when pleasant Liv- - Ver-La- x kcopa yo on your feet, whilo relieving your trou,ln lo. Safer too, nnd easy to take. DonH tnko anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By tern nnd relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, natural in its notions, surt in its effect and certain in results. It won't bo long before Llo VvLwe wW completely ciisplaco calomel in ever hornet Children can take it freely anj with perfect safety. Every bottlo guaranteed. 50c and $1 in bottles. Nonf genuine- without tho likeness and Bipn-iuroX L. K. Grlusby. For sale by o fer in girlhood trom back- -- vni. in it. se All Druggists When a woman complains of backache, dizziness or pain wheh everything looks "black before her eyes a dragging feeling, with nervousness, eho or bearing-dowshould turn to this "temperance" herbal tonic. It can be obtained in almost every drug store in tho land and tho ingredients nro printed in plain English on tho wrapper. Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr. Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., will send a trial sizo of tiio tablets for ten cents. n, R. M. mUMMM, HfeoftXtVm V jkV FARM DEPARTMENT. proper kind of nttcntlon nt this timo In order to produco tho most profitable lambs. Tho ewes should he In It Is not good, thrifty condition. necessary to feed a largo amount of grain to brooding owes which aro receiving good, clean, mixed clover nnd timothy hay, clover hay, or alfalfa. Vhero bright corn fodder Is nvallablo in conjunction with soma leguminous fopd very good results can bo obtained from feeding what tho owes will clean up nicely In tho inlddlo of tho day nt ono feed. Where tho breeding flock Is a llttlo thin In condition n grnln mlxturo of equal parts of corn, oats, nnd bran by weight, fed h to onifhnlf nt tho r.Uo of pound per head daltv, will bo found most satisfactory and wilt Increases tho profits, as tho owes will bo better mothers nnd stronger milkers when tho lambs como. Plenty of excrclso Is vory Important nnd tho breeding ewes should bo out overy day. Whore forages nro fed nnd winter pastures nro not nvallablo it will bo found beneficial to spread tho forago over tho ground somo distance from tho shed, nnd as tho owc3 feed back and forth over It they will thus gain plenty of exercise. Tho flock which Is m good thrifty condition, properly housed and properly fed, receives adequate exercise, will lamb out much bettor nnd will cnuso tho shepherd far less one-fourt- 81,000,000 VOTED TO GUARD WHISKY IN ijond THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE G6 AUTO TRACK WAGON -- Washington, Jan. 30 By n voto jBtock ownors: AVInlcr Cure for UroiMlltifc Kwc. today approUso purebred slros of Rood quality of 7G to 24 tho IIouso FlockmnRters nro urged to seo that priated $1,000,000 to guard the litliclr breeding owes nro receiving tho In nil classes of Uvo stock. Dispose of scrub, grado nnd Inferior purebred sires. Keep breeding records. Many excellent animals of puro breeding have In tho past been forced to rank as grades or scrubs owing to lack of records. Head good agricultural literature, k Including and farm papers. Tho Dopartment of Agrlculturo and tho various States will send helpful bulletins on request. Cooperate with your county agent, your agricultural college, and other constructive forces In Improving tho quality of Uvo stock in your community. Dettor live stock aids tho breeder both In direct returns and by giving a locality a favorablo reputation. Tho sum total of nil improvement, of course, advances tho International standing of tho United States with k respect to Its like stock and products. live-stoclive-stoc- Ask Your Banker Z CRAIl OHCIIAItl) BANK IS HOIUIKD ft -- i Crab Orchard, Ky., Jan. 31 Yegg-me- n who robbed a number of small banks in Kentucky within tho past two months, added another to their list last night when they entered the safety vault of tho Crab Orchard Ilanklng Company Nand rifled twenty-flv- o . boxes, escaping with loot con- NAVY SKCOXI) TO sisting of betwoen $5,000 and $7,000 NONE ADVOCATED In Liberty bonds, securities and War Savings Certificates and $1,200 in New York, Jan. 31 An American Meat Animals in Combinations postage stamps belonging to Miss navy second to none in the world, evThe keeping of cattle and of swine ap- Mary Wilson, tho postmaster. en though that would spell tho pear to be almost Inseparable operaTho Crab Orchard postofflco, a of SI. 000. 000. 000 a year. This fact is being brought block away, also was visited by tho tions. . advocated today In an address .1.. (,,,.- il.. ... robbers. m,t. not,,lnB takcn- - as th0 . ,., ,Vn J"etore tho Brooklyn Chamber of .. . .. . SiresHotter Stock" crusado ' Commerce agricultural colleges, the Unld Z"n hTh a W tho Navy Franklin D. Roosevelt States Dopartment of Agrlculturo. and T,o nameg o th0B0 who 8ufferod I "Wo must have a navy equal to any general j ,oMcg Bnfl agencies. This nmount9 tho ,ndlvldunl Roosevelt. prnctico nns long ueen Known, uui cannot be determined until every de- -, iln tho world." said Mr. ..Th,g Ig rendered necessary by our much moro definite Information is posit box renter Is seen. gC0BrapnIcai position and our onor- being gathered, nnd the purpose Is Tho methods of the yeggmen cor-.u- g lmeg UnlIke an nrmy to extend it to such an extent as to respond to tnoso auopieu oy prpies-- , ,, , coagt can bff tralned In a year, the determlno the relationship among all slonnl thieves who robbed banks at principal ships of war can not be moat nnlmals. Jeffersontown, Shopherdsvllle, built after war has been declared, unIf nearly every man who keeps catWhito Plains and attempted less it lasts for years. evtle also keeps hogs, and If nearly to loot the bank nt Adairvllle. They "The United States Is likely to find ery man who keeps hogs keeps cat- were frightened away from tho lat tho protection of commerce will contle, tho inevitable conclusion is that ter placo before gaining access to tinue to require a large navy. We the combination pays, especially when valuableg , thc vault are now, thanks to the elimination of repurebred sires aro used, uui it ' Germany, the second national power." mains to bo determined whnt aro tho SHIP HAS MOKE WOMEX most common trnu tho oest paying STOWAWAYS THAX CREW A scald burn, or severe cut heals proportions. The same thing npplles slowly if neglectedl The family that also to coro.iinauans oi nmu u.m Njw york Jan 30Womon stow. keeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Linisheep, or swlno nnd sheep, or cattle a fcave becomoso nunierous sioe 13 always prepared fpr and sheep and swine. Ono benefit thQ wap emed that Imm,graHoB 0f-- ment on hand Price 25c, 50c and such accidents. tho work will bo that It will enable flcla,s to cautloncd an steamship 1,91.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun experience tho man of small personal an,e, n thl8 nort t0 havo their ty Drug Co. 'm to avail himself of tho wide expert-- , vesge,g caretnUy 8earched before . of a great number of men In , Europe. An instance working out the combinations of moat of tho heayy stowaway traHlc WM HILL TO REPEAL DRY LAW IX NEW YORK ASSEMBLY annuals tnni no wm carry on his cited by an offlrial, who declared tint farm. a Shipping Board steamship which Albany, N. Y.. Jan. 31 Direct acreached an American port recently tion for repeal of the Federal Prohi1'arm Wages Highest Known 'from Eurono. brought "more than bition Act Is contemplated by a bill At no timo havo tho wago rates of twice as many femalo stowaways than Introduced today by Assimblymau farm labor been as high in this coun- - tho ship numbered among Its crow." Louis A Cuvlller, Democrat, Now try ns they wero In 1919, certainly as Yorl: far back as 1SG6, when the first InTho bill declares that tho Legissubject was made vestigation' of this lature applies to Congress to call a by the Bureau of Crop Estimates, U. National Constitutional Convention. AvS. Department of Agriculture. Mr. Cullier's assortion that his bill erages for tho United States nro in will bo enacted nt this session Is not mind, and not local rates. For labacked by tho Republican leaders. bor hired by- tho month with board 0)fr tho average rato was $39. S2, and IT HITS LISTLESS, BAXD1T SMILES AS among the geographic divisions tho PEOPLE FIRST THEIR LIFE IS SNUFFED OUT nvorngo was as low as $30.54 In tho HLOOD IS THIX South Atlantic and as high as $02. 9G Osslnlng, N. Y., Jan. 30 The body in tho Western, including tho Mounof Gordon Fawcett Hamby, notorious Germs Everywhere In Epidemic tain and Pacific States. Without murderer and bandit, who was elecboard, tho nvorago for tho United trocuted in Sing Sing prison late States was $CC29, and tho lowest Bo Prepared Strengthen mill Build last night for tho murder of two ofWith Pep to- Up Your Blood was $44.03 in the South Atlantic ficials, of a Brooklyn savings bank Mangnu States and tho highest, $87.12 in tho In Decombcr, 1918, will be burled In flrowood,' Western. Extras, such as n local cometory today. No ono claimmilk etc., aro not included. If it is triio that you aro not feel- ed tha body, and tho mystery surHarvost wages per dny with board ing your best It ypu havo that "al- rounding his parentage, which ho had roached tho top flguro of $1.49 In tho ways tired" feeni'and no Interest' studiously guarded, remalner unNorth Control States west of tho Mis- or enthusiasm tjh-yo- u should be solved. sissippi River nnd tho lowest flguro of caroful of tho Influenza. that the An autopsy disclosed, $2.28 In tho South Atlantic, and tho anemic people brain of the youthful criminal was It is was $3.15. United States nvorago that disease strlkea first. Tho fact "normal" and well developed. Without board, the United States Hamby maintained his composuro that you havo had n vory few Illnesses of $3.83 was most exceeded lino nntlilllP to do with it. EVOrV- - to the last, smiling as ho was by $5.33 in tho former States, whllo ono geU run.down occasionally, and strapped to the chair and making a tho latter States hod tho lowest av--. . nn t.av ,, thQ ,,lood la ... no con. brief oral statement to tho warden orago $2.S2. Idltlon to fight off disease gorms, bo- - and witnesses Just before life was Statomonts In similar form for day causo It has not enough red corpus- snuffed out. wages for work outsldo of harvest clos. It Is tho red corpuscles of the As be left tho death house ho called with board make tho United States blood that fight disoaso and savo out to his companions: "Gopdby, folnvorago $2.45, that of tho North you from sickness. lows! I always liked to try everything Central States west of tho Mississippi You simply can't afford to tako onoe." rlvor $3.22 and of tho South Atlan- chances whoa influenza is striking Tho murdorer gayo threo letters ta tic States $1.85; tho rates without down thousands overywhero. Forti- thovardon, asked him to mail them board, in tho samo order, wero $3.12, fy your blood build it up with tho and keep the addresses secret. $4.03 and $2.39. pleasant tonic, t And should you bo Just recovering 2,838 GOTHAM SALOON'S CLOSE OFFICIAL CAREER Vhjh To Hotter Live Stock from Influenza, you nood Pepto-Mangrebecause your blood has exhausted From an analysis of enrollment n will New York, Jan. 31 Tho saloon cords in tho "Bettor Sires Botter Its strength. of ok' In which tho worl "liquor" Stock" campaign during tho first help build you up. n Is widely and heartt? had only ono definition, became a three months, tho United States DeIt Is ef- thing of tho patt in New York tonight presents ly endorsed by physicians. partment of Agrlculturo figures showing that tho uso of puro-hrc- d fective and easy to take. Comes in with expiration of 2,838 short-tersires appears to load automat- either liquid or tablet form. No dif- certificates. Many saloon keopers closed their feference in medicinal properties. ically to ownership of well-bre- d Sold at any drug store. But be doors at midnight, but others, still malo s,tock also. clinging to somo moro or less nos Summing up tho factors which will sure you get tho genuine Ask for it by tho torlous hope, havo decided to koep "Gudo's". Improvement and k hasten bring many benefits, the department iiaino and be sure tho full name is on open and sell soft drinks, until tito Stute Legislature enlightens tho pull- makes tho following requests of llve- - tho package. (Advertisement) h warehouses in quor in tho 800-od- d this country, amounting to G9.000,-00- 0 gallons. During tho debate It was brought out that this amount would not bo sufficient unless tho liquor Is concentrated In a fow warehouses and a heavy guard placed over tho supply. Wet advocates Insisted that it would require ten times tho amouitf appropriated, but Prohibition forces quieted their fears by calling attention to tho move on the part of tho n League to ralso $25,000,-00- 0 to aid tho Government In enforceThere Is ment of prohibition. now nvallablo for enforcement of tho act, and the additional amount authorized today Is to bo used to pay guards only. Representative Galllvan, Massachusetts, objected to tho provision carried In tho bill which specified that tho $1,000,000 was to be expended solely in guarding bonded His point of order wns warehouses. sustained on ground that there was no legislation authorizing such guards. Representative Good, chairman of Committee, In tho Appropriations charge of the Urgent Deficiency Dill, offered an amendment making this appropriation for enforcement of prohibition, and It was adopted after a brief skirmish. Anti-Saloo00 o a u u J'ntr o m H to &j;'M& O mS4 fM 3,n- - igS :&gmt .- - - TTn.MW-ll,i;-W- f.f M; Ct.. - 10 YMy ?j.iA. - .. . a3ESll TFkriLrT tl S r- - 'ar--w An Auto track Q id er A wid track rear H a, O a X u r- cl w u. r" ( z Ul 'W is interested in your welfare. As you prosper he prospers he makes the money that you deposit in his bank work for him earn interest for both you and him. So he ought to lvise you honestly regarding matters that affect your welfare and prosperity. Ask him, then, which would be to your best advantage to buy a standardized, auto-trac- k wagon such as the Weber, which follows in the automobile ruts, or to wide-trac- k buy a wagon that destroys the automobile rut. If your banker will give the matter a little thought he'll tell you just what we are telling you now that it's very much to your advantage to buy a standardized auto-trac- k wagon such as the Weber, which we handle, instead of investing in a wide-trac- k wagon. Why? Ask your banker. Or if he is too busy to explain it to you, come in and ask us. Wc have both the time and the inclination to tell you all about it and we have a Weber wagon on our floor so that we can demonstrate to you. And quite aside from the matter of wagons, we want you to come in when you are in town and look over our line of general farm equipment. Get ready for spring! banker YOUR because 60-inc- h ' JvSsSil He Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO --TRACK WAGON ",, J !V.!!7 " as to what Is, or Is not, liquor, or whether one-ha- lf of 1 per cent beer will require a license. Saloons that remain open will have to pull down all signs advertising alcoholic drinks. Federal authorltiej have announced. fiERMAX VOTES BEING PURCHASED WITH BACOX Berlin, Jan. 30 Charges that Danes are using gifts of bacon, sau- sage, bitter and clothing In connection with 'the campaign preliminary to the Schleswig plebiscite are made by the correspondent of the Tage-- j blatt. He says several Germans who recently have announced they would vote in favor of Danish occupation have been dubbed "bacon Danes" by tr.nntEntslBTluidDracftTO SS; For Infants and Children. Tay-lorsvll- le, CASTOR let rniinl.-- n PER CENT. AVciclablcIVcparation6t-1 Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria IsimilalinthcroodbyRcla-h , . lingthcStomaamuomu Thereby fromoUnpKcrtoa of their compatriots CABINET MEX GLUTTON'S, COXGRESSMAX ASSNUIS Washington Jan. 30 Cabinet of fleers eat too much, Representative Rucker, Democrat, Missouri, said in a speech in the House today opposing appropriation of $10,000 for re pair and upkeep of automobiles for official use by State Department of ficials. JOlK- Always Bears the Signature frv of Cri8 71 IP 'nt.". - ncimcrOpium,Morphlncnor MncroLNoTNAnco10! de-en- co naesaaaam JbchUtSJlt jtolstStt Senna ir- - In SLEEP -- rConstipationandDlarrhoca ARE YOU A TARGET FOR RUX-DOWX INFLUENZA? - "These officers and their chief clerks nro always at lunch," said Mr. Rucker. "You call nt 11 a. m. and they aro at lunch; you return at 3 p. m., and they aro still at lunch. "They eat too much." ' ENOliAXD VCVr. DAILY DEFICIT OF $802,000 London, Jan. 21 Great Britain, which within a year or so hopes to get off the red ink Ido of the national ledger, faces an outlook until April 1. of a' dally deficit of $892,-00- 0. ' f and Fcvcnsron-- " f - El M M use T.OSS OF tilf - V" brcsulUnglhercftomnmiyratfimilcSijnatoreo jBECmAWCoMPA For Over NEWjfimi i"ViCi Thirty Years I kE? 5ES if FmKiiitfai jfijiaKaerr, H'r M 'n. AST THl CNTUH COMPANY, HIW TOOK CITT, Ex&:t Copy of Wrapper. From EnKland's stimJpoInt that is qulto an improvement over 1919, when tho national expenditure was $C, 252,000 dally moro than Income These figures presume the pound to thin-bloode- d, worth $4. the position from th? debt side Is today seven times better than in 1919, aliho outgo to still neatly a a day ahpjd cf Income. be So million- I NEW FORM OF IRON RELIEVES STOMACH TROUBLES Eat What You Like Stop Suffering From Acid Stomach Gas, Pains and Other Forms of Indigestion Results Almost Immediately lust ask vour druirmst for Acid Iron fincral. He will also tell vou that itomnch troubles are relieved by tak- n spoonful in a gloss or water times a day. And for acuto et crcstivG tract etc. This is sumcient evidence that conurttons liko "sour stomach " etc.. medicine recognizes tho great value a single doso will in most cases bring of iron for stomach troubles when reltet. This natural lormoi iron seems to neutralize the excess acid in tho administered in proper form. If you havo been disappointed with stomach as nothlngelso incilmediclno. Stomach disorders of long standing lack of results from pills and tonics whero the patient is subject to dissaid to contain iron you can now untress after eating, gulping, iieadachcs, derstand that tho iron was not presented in a form that could bo absorbed dizziness, etc., yield positively to by the stomach into tho system. And steady treatment with Acid Iron therefore could not possibly bring you Mineral. And don't forget that tho general benefit. system is strengthened nnd invigorThis now form of iron is not preated owing to the iron content of this pared by chemists it is found in Nature itself combined with other highly great medicine. All druggists cheer--' beneficial medicinal agents. It is fully refund tho purchase price if the results aro not satisfactory to you in in suillcient measure to bring results overy way. For Salo by OHIO COUNT!' DUUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. PARSONS & SCOVILLK, Bowling Green, Ky., Distributors. Cull ou tho Republican for Flue Job Prluting. Wew vonra nhvalrlnna hnva hftGn searching: for a form of iron that could i,- - :a r.u ..: t. i.r gredients liko pepsin, etc.. for use Virnnir tfaaH'nr i,at,vav rHcnrrlnra nf thrt f j vv .t w m v WVUVUifj -dollars I av-ra- INFLUENZA Kill w starts with a Cold mAWifl iSBv 4im. i ill1" fi yV uii tho Co'.d. At tho 'neeX0tak0 rt that you can feel in a very short time. HILL'S M CASCARA QUININE Pepto-Manga- n. ROMtfS Standard cold 'remedy for 20 yeari opUtei Mon-V an breaks up nouri rciit KWIISO Pepto-Manga- Dae ii cen' Ine box top WHO picture. '" " "JJ iu. nai a ar. ' cold In 24 b " Pepto-Manga- At All Drug Stortt m JOHN WHITE LOUISVILLE, GO. kKY. Popto-Man-g- Hvo-stoc- Llbtral assortment nd full value paid aMniufejLLWaf for rawruno Hldea and runo f kin lXK& Cost 1 . STRAY STREAKS (Uy Fluko McFluko.) The World's Standard. i You will do your-- : self an injustice if you don't try the De Laval before touymg. Ithasfew-'- X .parts, therefore It Isn't because wo don't know something on Dlrkhcad, but becauso of Missus Dlrkhcad, wo aro not going to say anything about Ernest this week. If anybody knows anything about anybody that tho party of the first part don't wish to scatter just tell me. I'll attend to the matter to tho best of my nblliy. Alfred Sowart fixed an old clock have hero in tho office and I thought he charged us too much, but I got even and ahead of Alt tho, I made him take it uot in subscription to tho paper and so he didn't get any thing for his tinkering. we This iC3X Of Your ' larffely-chculnte- the Making Resident! A newspaper man whose reputation is world wide said a few weaks ago, in nn d weekly, that on the quality of our next President article in a rested the future of the United Stales; that the next four years would be tho most critical that this country had ever seen. This statement accms, in the main, correct. There is no doubt in most minds but that we are at present living in an artificial era; all sense of proportion as to wages and values is lost, the only reality seems to be the eternal facing of high costs. Labor i3, asking, and conditions demand it, higher wages; but it is also asking shorter hours, which will necessarily lower production. Capital is, in most instances, granting labor's demands, adding the extra cost of production thus incurred to their selling price, and thus passing the burden on to the great middle class. These are tho people who aro most nifecied by the high cost of living, and, unfortunately, they number by far the greater part of our population. Theirs is tho $ 3 longer life ; makes a better quality of butter fat, having taken all premiums for butter at the M All IB JnTmWmmmT 'kW Creameiy Conventions for the last 25 years; and there are more De Lavals in use than all other makes combined, Z which is sufficient evidence of the su- priority of the De Laval. News Item Miss Harriot Flenor of Cromwell, has sold all of her hogs and cattle, so it is reported. It Is not known whether she has abandoned the stock business altogether with the intention of devoting her time to household matters or not. LOST A dollar's worth of pork, when last seen or heard from It was in Wm. Schlemmer's bread basket, in the front end of the Republican office. I had my back turned toward the basket only a few seconds, but lone enounh for tiork anil linskot In X a Call us for demonstra- - UlUl. urgent need. Then there is the legislation in this country, culminating in the prohibition amendment, which has caused such unrest among a large number of our people who object to this supervision by the government of their habits. Bolshevism and the I. V. W. movement has made sporadic efforts in various parts of the country to overthrow the government and though so far it has been defeated, it will still bear watching1. J. Both Phones D. WILLIAMS V & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky. fHome ' $ i f-?- of John Deere Implements, Delker and Owensboro Wagons, Fairbanks-Mors- e Feed Grinders, Gas Engines and Power Line, Letz Washers, Rose Clipper and Blount Plows, Campbell Com Drills, Harness, Hardware and Feed. separate, u iounu return to A. Stewart, and get your clock fixed a3 a reward. 23XYZ in. ; " t BEADS ODDLY STRUNG tBy I. D. Claire.) JHany Democrats aro cu3slng Bryan, ho is an 'Sat as a party-wrecker amateur compared o TVlth tho occupant the White House. Tho clevorest scheme over devised for robbery without incurring liability for criminal nunlshment is the loose leaf tobacco warehouse. and Times deserve special credit for generously supporting Governor Morrow's policies lor better government for Ken- The Courier-Journ- al tucky. Thorn Is tho consoling hope that fthc jffierchants will not bo selfish enough to raise prices as high as thoj fixed by tho State Fair Price i Commission. compensation for holding aloft rom the world Is that one Incurs no embarrassing obligations, suffers no &tin3 of jealousy and undergoes no T. inabilities. It Is n remarkable fact that while cvarybody Is clafliorlng for a reduc-Uo- n of high prices every ono wants the reduction mads In tho prices of ttw. Minor fellow's, not his own, goods. Tin prtjachors in Louisville and Hoailerson aro waging a fight on tho movies. Owensboro has had its Sunday saloons but It was never so immoral as to introduce the wicked Sunday picture show. Sov tor-xlb- Jy Tdb greatest nicasuro of human tho hWrtBS conie3 not to or ofman of kingly wmtlt). or high position, yownr, but to tho Industrious laborer mho jjlvus little thought to hla wago in Mb earnest endeavor to excel in tun jnwformanco of his service. . . that iieople aro flocking to tho now diamond fields of Africa, becauso diamonds aro neither meat nor drink. Uot is Hfo nothing but meat and driitJc? I do not quarrel with tho wocld. It in about all It can bo under tho circumstances, and those who do act MWo it as It is should move Omiitttitlon in Industry Imposes a UronwMlnuB burden of wafitp upon MttMty, but wo enduro it becauso wo .have ltturned no bettor way. Tho Xanwir who would boar tho upkeep t tR horses when flvo would servo Ms ptrpose would bo ridiculed for his . Arthur Hrlabano bomoans tho fact but ton Jn a town that two would supply te supposed to mark progross. foiviliiU oxtravagunco, gro-cwit- tf; Wliunce tho cry of the Now York world, chief newspaper supporter of KOK SALI3 WHboh In two campaigns, for Hoover, a Republican, for prosldoht? It is ICO acres of land 10 miles from Hart pmverblal that "drowning inon will ford, Ky., near Dundoo, on the M. H gniwpnl a straw." No drowning man fc E. It. It., nlmtfao a. cloared and wa ever saved by grasping a straw; 120 u. in tlmbenYcough river bottom no di owning man over hoped to bo laud, black loanfT For particular call by grasping a straw, and yet on or nddross V. II ItENFItOW, dwnoratlon continual to mako tho lOtf Ky iutOa grasp. Albert Rial says Dan King, of Owensboro, was here Tuesday night and sat just in front of him at the movie jnd as a consequence he didn't get anything out of tho show at all, duo ',)arty has even a strons probability to the fact that the rays from tho iur u iiresuienuui canuiuuie. iue light struck Dan's head and were deDemocratic party Is thoroughly de- flected and reflected into his face split in so that he was nearly blinded. Rial moralized and a wide-ope- n that party is a strong probability. was wearing green goggles WednesExciting political history may be day when he came to our office. made within the nest few months. Stick a pin here. That Preacher I believe was right about the crocheting and tatting It was midnight, and not so many women. Having the matter in mind midnights ago. Wo were a party of out home the other night I got to four in a private residence, the home watching that wife of ours you of a man who had both the means and know the Preacher said a woman with the foresight to prepare against the a needle and a spool of thread could parching drought ahead. We were cut more shines than a monkey on seated at a table graced with fine a hundred yards of grapevine Well, linen and cutglass, and the open as I said, I got to watching the needle doors of a paneled sideboard revealed as it went this, that and forty other row upon row of bottles whose con- different ways, and finally I 'peard to tents were richly red, and told the get a bit dizzy, then groggy, and when story of a provident master of a I tried to get up and walk across tho house. And from some- room I found myself twisting and where came icy bottles of rich amber doubling up in all sorts of shapes and fluid, brewed beforo the decrees of couldn't locomote a bit. The wife war robbed it of all that mado it had to go and get Otto Martin and famous, and it was take your choice Sam Keown to help her get mo Into or both, and I took both. And then bed. She alleges tho that when she nd there I congratulated myself upon got a good, square jolt from my wind shaking the dust off my feet from a organs it put her mightily in mind of odors she used to get before the war. 3mall town before July 1, 1019. But I maintain that It was all due to trying to watch the- gyrations of that I'Ur.IJC SALE doggon crochet needle. Down with I will offer for sale at public auc the demon crochet needles and tattlion, on the 21st day of Feb. 1920, ing aparatusesses. q fr at my livery barn and residence in I Have you a child in your honid Centertown, Ky., the following de scribed property: One road Wagon, about 10 or 12 years old. He or she ono drummerWagontwo Buggies, can operate a Sharpies Separator as one Surrey! tXvo dlscHarrows, two well as an older person, the only dlf- Horses, ona extra Saddle, single and erenco you will get thru quicker than Farming imple- a child foryoulwilliturn faster than double Harness. ments and other things too numerous tho child. yi'oraSlfticples iSYGUARANTEED to g(iall tlfVcreaif aNajiy to mention. Terms made known on day of sale. speed. Call or write WILLIAMS & DUKE for a free demonstration. Sale begins promptly at 9 o'clock. 31-- tf Hartford, Ky. 32t3 F. M. ALLEN, Centertown, Ky. I$ROOM NOTICE o-NOTICE OK CONSOLIDATION Those having broom corn shouH By orders of the boards of direc- see, call or writers bafore having !' tors of the Itockport Coal Company, worked up. Get, wrtvprlccs and going elseIncorporated, and the Tucker Coal PriJrnrj rrvi'-- and anttsflod Company, Incorporated, notice is where hereby glvon that rnld two corpora customers oufftnott Plnt !r O. J tions intend to consolidate with each Rhoads guHdfiiB. ("Hartford, ) HARTFORD-BROOWORKS, othor on tho basis of Issuing one C. N. Balrd, Manager. share of stock of the consolidated cor poration for ono sharo of stock of the Rockport Coal Company and ono share of stoclor the consolidated corporation forjOiraharo of stock o! the Tucker Cool Company. Said consolidated corporation to bo known as tho Itockport Coal Company and tho otal capital stock of said consolidated corporation to bo equal In tho aggre. gate to the capital stock of both tho above nientloned corporations. Contral City, Ky., Jan. 12, 1920. R. C. ItEID Secy., Itockport Coal Company. P. O. McKI.NNEY, Secy., Tucker Coal Company. well-appointe M v' Profiteering is rampant, and so far all government regulations seem to have lecn ineffective, and above all other psrils, a riot of extravagance seems to possess all the people, or at least the greater part of them. m" These are a few of the cvib that will confront our next President and his Congress, and it behooves every citizen of this United States to help, with every fibre of his being, in a proper selection. You can not help unless you are informed as to what is going on in this countty of ours. 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Newssavs BY MAIL To any postofficc in Kentucky, In1 diana, and Tennessee. S Mos. Year 1 MAIL DAILY UCFIALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS GIVEN. FOR TERil .SHOWN. ' N A ME iuure&s $5.00 3 Mos- - 82.60 Mo. "' rrt.Mii.-u- c R- - F- - D- - N' : S. S. ypf Mail following coupon with i omittance at once. Don't bo withoiu The Herald for a single day: S1.40 50c . Ciw'i Vor OrJ r Otd.-- r Stale Term Here 3 Mos. 0 Mos. f-- Expictts JU uM TV f7'. i to The Daily Herald and The Hartford Republican both one year to one address for $5.50. Send orders to Republican. "We ought to make a hitJ Chesterfield PUBLIC SALE. 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: Beaver Dam. Two horses, 15 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. yC One milch cow. One corn sheller. Two road wagons. 0 One Mogul Tractor. One log wagon. One cultivatoiand One Martin ditcher. other articles too numerous One set burrs for corn mill. to mention. One pair platform scales. Terms will be made Four sets wagon harness. Known on date of sale. AND why not? Never fine tobaccos so skillfully blended! Chesterfields bring you the best of Turkish and Domestic leaf, blended to bring out new delights of flavor. r- - ' 10-2- ml Dun-Ice- , FOR SALE "Pkrty Ilnw aro hanging pretty Six Barred Rook Cockerels at $2.00 loiMMily juut now. With Iho Convon-jo- i oach. MRS. ELBVAT HAZLEWOOD Wtford, Ky. only four months away nolthor 31t2p mrmwattWftMTfvi utIBtt i rfu wrftiFTi Tnurrh mh AwfcM JESS W. and LEONA SMITH, Administrators. . -- am.