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Subscription $1.50 per Year. 13, 1920. - HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Hoover, near Clear Hun, after a lingering Illness of bronchitis. After funeral services tho body was burled at Clear Hun Church burial grounds, Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Tho decensed lady wai near 81 years old nnd was highly respected by nil who know her. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY NUMBER 33 & V HARTFORD HIOH SCHOOL Mr. J. T. Vinson has sold his house to ' MtUIlS CALHOUN OUTFIT Charley Leisure and purchased the LIDEL INDICTMENT property of Myrtle Hudson. Con OF WILD DISORDERS Tho Calhoun High School Basket sideration not known. PLAYS WITH PUBLIC QUASHED DY COURT Ball Team met the local aggregation Miss Irno Taylor, who was teach ng at the HInk, here last Thursday night, at Bevler, was severely burnt a few game Hartfond weeks ngo, and was brought to her (the 1st.) In the Fi5 Killed, 21 Wounded When High has staged best Audience With Officials during tho season. home here Saturday. She Is slowly John Rhea Given Knockout Mob Attempts To Lynch There was considerable delay in start-n- g Improving. asco, Bad Faith By Russellville Paper ,T. II. THOMAS COHS TO the game, owing to protest against On February 4th a surprise party Doomed Black Displayed And Herridons t . KENTUCKY'S CAPITOL tho proposed playing of James Glenn was given to Miss Lockey Austin, tu on tho local team, about whose right honor of 'her twentieth birthday. to play there was much room for Games were played and music was Our friend and former editor of Lexington, tho fair Capitol of the doubt, and ltwas best to resolve the furnished by the player piano and Russellville, Ky., Feb. 10 On tho of last this paper, has resigned his position "Lnto In tho afternoon d Thursday tlii Writer was called by with tho OWensboro Messenger and' Bluo Grass, was tho scene Monday, doubt in favor of tho visiting team, also by Miss Mattlo Baltzell. Every ground that Jury which Inlion. Alvls S. Bennett, of Louisville, has accepted tho position of Editorial of tho wildest disorder that city has 'which was done. Due to tho protest one reported a nice time and wished dicted A. M. Herndort, Mrs. A. M. nnd wns told by Mr. Honnctt thaUtho Manager of the Kentucky Republican, over experienced. Will Locket, the 'and hitch, both teams went upon the thnt she mny enjoy herself tho rest Herndon and J.- - F. Logan for alleged murdered of the little floor with somo feeling, and consid of tho year as she did that night. criminal libel had been ImnanellGrt L. & N. people woro, figuring on a tho new paper started In Frankfort. er. Thomas' long years of service ten year old girl, Geneva Hardman, lerablo blood In their eyes, thorefore Dainty refreshments were served illegally and unduly and had been schedule- of train sorvlco over tho M. II. fc E that would bo even better In tho newspaper game, ns Writer r.2ar South Elkhorn, Fayette county, a the entire fracas was a snappy, scrap- - about nine o'clock. Ahiong the out- - unlawfully influenced by Circuit guests were: 'Misses MattU Judge John S. Rhea, a motion to than any heretofore asked for, nnd and Editor pecullnrly fits him for short tlmo ago, was on trial, or rather 'py and swift affair from start to fin n Baltzell and Pauline Barnard perhaps better than tho scrvlco con- tho work ho will bo called upon to do had Just been given tho quickest trial (lsh. the spectators getting value and quash the Indictment made-battorrecord in this State, less than 25icelved for the quarters left at the Messrs. Henry Barnard, William Rog- neys for the defense was sustained in templated undor tho proposed 1)111, In his now field of labor, Wo conCourt here today. ers, Clay and S. D. Leach. ? now before the Kentucky Legislature. gratulate Mr. Thomas nnd the Ken- - minutes having been consumed in ticket traflcker's window. m fc Mr. Thomas, that disposing of thp case. Tho Court had Tho case was styled the CommonWalker, Barrass and Hauper were Company of courso was propos- tucky Republican Tho wealth vs. the Logan County Press ing this special service to our long ho has tho exact line of work he so. Just passed sentence jipon tho doom-muc- h the goal garnerers for the locals GOOD PROSPECTS FOR PASSEXGEIl SERVICE Company and grew out of criticism relishes nnd the Republican ed negro, when tho fatal attempt was fwhlle Merlin Glenn and Balentlne se .suffering public, with tho view of of Circuit Judge Rhea by tho Hern-doobtaining tho consent of our- - people that Its columns aro to bo a reflection mado by the howling mob to take the cured an oi tne uainoun marKers, tea Members of the Committee who prisoner from tho hands of the law, of their 14 being made by free tosses. who charged that tho 'Rhea ponnd that of nepresontatlvo Mason, to of his mind and pen. went beforo the Kentucky Leglsla-ur- e, litical machine' dominated was as follows: Tho line-u- p that ho might bo executed according, liavo the proposed bill withdrawn, at the counor rather before committees hav- ty's courts, elections COMMITTEE GOES TO to tho mob's own notion. Cullioun and- juries. least that wns Implied. CAPITOL FlHt HEARING To prevent such a distortion of Jus- Merlin Glenn. .:. .F ...10 ing charge of the proposed railroadg Other serious charges were made and Mr. Dennett told us that tho Comwith referenco to enf6rc-in- hotly resented by Jidge! Rhea, 4. legislation , tice, Governor Morrow had, called out Balentlne pany desired that wo send a delegaF., who the operation of- - passenger trains Insisted that the grand jury indict the response to request of Ohio the Stato Militia, under direct colu- Marvin Glenn .'.F In tion of representative citizens to over roads of certain miles in length, publishers of the paper so ,'F Loulsvlllo, for tho purposo of confer. County's Hepresentntlve, I. S. Mason, mn nil of Adjutant General J. M. De- - Puyear .. p that ho report that, in so far as this section inlght ba vindicated at a public hearG Ing with thorn, nnd of making somo n reprcsentatlvo body of Clll.:cns left (Weese. When some ono in the crowd Johnson meeting was a suc- ing. is concerned, the Hurt ford sort of agreement as to schedulo etc. hero Monday nfternoon for Frankfort, 'screamed out "Let's get him" , Tho courthouse was arrangements had been mado mediately tho mob pressed forward in Walker 11 cess. By agreement with the Rail-packed today We got busy, had a meeting called .F. Companies, tiur committee and when the trial of the case was road F. . and did ns requested, sending ton or for n hearing beforo tho Committee the face of warnings from Gen. De- - Barrass called. those in the House and Senate, the Owing to the prominence of all When it was seen that no Harper twclvo good citizens among whom to whom the proposed bill for .C. tho. so as to apply parties and the sensational charges bill is to be amended G was Hartford's Mayor, tho County forced passenger servlco had been 'other power on earth could stop the Williams only to roads 50 miles In length, or made, considerable Interest is howling mass, the soldiers' turned Ellis G Judge, Clerk, Sheriff and Common- referred. attain ? : more and the Hairload Company ed to the outcome. After the flurry the L. & N., pulled loose and 4 men fell dead at the Attorney, the others nil leadwealth's , agreed to offer nonobjection to the LUCE "The action of the court," said Mr. ' TICHENOK. ing business men of this community. off In Loulsvlllo-- Saturday, It was Court House steps, another died. of his passage of the law Herndon, "is a complete vindication men left thole, places of busi- seen that nothing was to bo galneu wounds shortly after 11 o'clock, Theso it Is our information that the Com- - for us. There Is im.o nicelihood that Yesterday afternoon Miss Mattie nt tho hands of Kentucky's ijng about an hour, and 21 others are ness, lost their time and as a matter n lttees to whom the bill was referred, any future grand Jury will atempt t, of omrse were not out on a lark or lawmaking power. Hence Mr. Mason known to be seriously wounded, that Luce and Mr. Harry Tlcfienor were seeling fun, neither wero they paying renewed his efforts along that lino helng tho newspaper reports of the married at the home of Mrs. W. D. signed the same and unanimously Interfere with our publishing a newsout.moncy to bo made playthings of and secured an agreement that tho killed and wounded, though private Luce, of the Goshen neighborhood. recommended Us passage. If it goes paper that is not afraid to tell tho by tho Ilallroad Company. But that Commltteo would hear the Citizens of communications from Lexington state The wedding was very quiet, only without a hitch, it means' that we will truth. Because of Judge Rhea's Insis this section upon the Justice of their many moro whoso names were not the Immediate families were present. over, as everybody believes it will, tence that we should lje indicted; the is exactly what happened. de- claims. given out were wounded. Naturally, Miss Mattie is a native Hartford have two passenger "service trains, state must pay an enormous bill for Tho Rnllrond people virtually In a hurried call for a meeting of many of.tho wounded were Innocent, woman, where she is loved and re- each way seven days In the week, the costs in the action." nied having made any propositions Judge W. C. Halbert was specfal spected by a large circle of admiring M. H. & E. being more than 50 miles through Mr. Bennett, or oven asking tho citizens of this plnc, Monday uut curhJiis spectators trial Judge appointed by Governor A call was made upon Camp Taylor friends. Mr. Tichenor is a man of In length. a conference with citizens on tho morning. Issued 15 minutes oof ore for om Morrow. ' T. Hubert Meredith, o., matter of bettor service, although It the tlmo fixed for the meeting, a for Federal troops, as only a few of sterling worth, a citizen of our CENTERTOWN. Greenville, was attorney for the dewas apparent that they expected to whole room full wero present, and a tho State's Militiamen were on guard neighboring' city, Beaver Dam. The fense whBe the' comniQnwealth was, meet a delegation, becauso It was ar- number volunteered to make the. trip, and about 4 o'clock p. m., several! "Republican extends its warmest con Layton Madriot has pneumonia. represented by Selden Trimble, of ranged for, that was self evident, so notwithstanding tho hardships to hundred arrived on the double quick. gratulations also in behalf of their Mrs. J.'B. Stogner has erysipelas. l consequent los3 to The Regulars soon broke up all con- large circle of friends. Hopkinsvllle. report. themselves and all present Miss Evelyn Hunley Is nl$l; Company evidently their business. Thoso composing the gregations of men, moved them out The Railroad at this writing ilALI) KXOB. CLEAK RUN. and established a dead line in the decided that 'they could defeat the party wore as follows: Dr. M. M. Dexter is In Owensboro Mrs. Ellis Bartlett is quite sick.., W. II. Parks, M. L". McCrackcn. M. vicinity shrroundlng the Court House, measure requiring adequate service, this week, on business. R. R. Riley, where the negro was guraded. MarMr. Amos Stewart is in Owensgone into Mr. Oda Hacraft has ns proposed by Mason's bill, or else T. Likens, Isaac Foster Mrs. E. M. Morton vlsitol relitlvos boro having his eyes treated, tho peoplo V. S. Carson, C N. Baird, S. O. Keown shal law was declared by Brig Gen. business in Mr. L. L. Leaoii's store. they did not bellovo that at Utica, the flrrt of the wook. Mrs. Mary Davis is seriously ill. of this vicinity would accept their Cal P .Keown, A. C. Acton, M. L.w Francis S. Marshall, who was In comMrs. Maude Brown U in Central Ren-froMr, Shelby Trogdon went to OwensMr. Arthur Havens is .moving to City mand of tho Federal troops which invitation for the cqnference, owing Ileavrlu, all of Hartford, W. H. this week, visiting relatives. boro Monday to have his buggy reW. S. Dean, of Dundee, and gavo tho military department of the Mr. Ike Cooper's farm. nnd to tiro great Inconvenience In getting W. H. Barnes, of Hartford, was -, tired with rubber tires. Mr. and Mrs. Courtland Taylor and a respectable, representative body of L. T. Barnard, ot Tlchenor's Mines. Federal Government complete author in town ono day last weok, on busiMr. and .Mrs Charles Trogdon nnd wero probably somo pthers ity over Lexington and Fayette Coun- little sons,Darrel C. and Oswal D men to leave tlielr business and spend There ness. Eon, Walter, visited Rev. R. E. Fqu and Mr. and Mrs Norval Leach were ty for the first time In Its history. the time and money necessary in or- whoso names wo did not get. Mrs. Alvln Powe'i.nd Miss Lottlo bevisitors at Mr. E. P. Sandefur's Fri KuyUondoll went to Louisville, Mon- and family, of Hartford, Monday. Tho action of tho authorities In der to meet them as requested. And CROMWELL Mr. Owen Wells was burled at Bells half of law and order has been very day. in tho ovont the people should fall day. Run Tuesday afternoon. Influenziv generally commended throughout the Mrs. Martha Leach, who has been to respond and accept their terms DaWalter Prennell and wife, of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. J. Stewart aro sick. entire country, and Gen. DeWeese's sick for some time, is no better. was tho direct cause of his death, s which, ns Mr. Bennett said, sounded viess county, visited rolntlves hero Mr. Ernest "Dunn, of whoso illness handling of Mm Situation, though Mr. Jimmle D. Hoover and family to Mr. Henry Havens too good to be true tho Company last week. ' will leave Thursday for Denver, Colo- , use It ns a club beforo tho wo spoko last week, Is not doing so most trying, has mot with special ap- Mr. Bob Barnnrd's farm. would Lee Mason's family and Ulus . rado, where they go to make their Mrs. Delia Taylor i on the sick probation by tho Press of Louisville Commltteo having chargo of the Bilk well. James' family and Edgar Calvert all " Mr. Jim Coots has been seriously and elsewhere. futuro home. list. Our falluro to confer with tho Comhave the flu. ' good 111, but Is now Improving. Elijah Davis, of Owensboro,.-afte- r Mr. nnd Mrs. Lv D. 'Sandefur, of pany, or to accept It's offer of The condemned murderer was S. M. Dexter is. in the east this Quito a number of cases of flu aro by special train to .the Eddy-vlll- o Holbrook, Arizona, are visiting their weok, buying a stock of goods for visiting friends and relatives here and service as they proposed through Mr. at Concord for several days, returnPenitentiary Tuesday night, father, Mr. E. P. Sandefur. Bennett, would havo lost sympathy reported In the Green River neighDexter & Vincent. v ed home Tuesday. Mr. Richard Sandefur is on the where ho will die in the electric chair for tho measure, If there bo any, and borhood, but nono In town. Leo Brown, of Beaver Dam, was Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Flener received March 11. family, Fores , sick list. would naturally havo placed this herethe guest of Robt. Plummer and Ky., have Kirk and into tho of Rom movedcommunity In a vory bad light with nows yesterday that their daughter, Wo are very thankful we havo no property family last Monday.- CEXTKAL GROVE. known as the "Dolly Pato property" flu In our community that we know tho Legislature. Wo aro inclined to Gorln, who is in . Harrlslmrg, Ark., who E. S. MiCit'Icn; of Il''t.o!.j tho' belief that the Ilallroad Co., made has flu. Miss Leila Glenn, of Hartof, and 'lie mumps are about gone. formerly resided here, was In town, near Barnett's Creek church. ' Is with her, also has It. - The Revival Meeting which has y. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Wade, of Harttho request and date for the confer ford, who on business, this week. been lu progress hero for several days ford visited their parents, Mr. and HEAVER DAM. ence with tho latter view, that Is, that Both are doing vory woll. Robert Rowo and wife 3f Drakes-bor- o, Mrs. Clarence Held Is visiting her closed Sunday night with 22 conver Mrs. Clifton Hoover, of this placs, tho peoplo would not respond. were the guests of A. 11 Uowo sions and oloven uniting with tho Sunday and Monday. Miss Elsie Wise is confined to her If tho Legislature fails to pass somo parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stewart. and family a few days ago. ' Mrs. C. A. Wilson Is visiting Mr. church. A great many folks from Beaver bed with rheumatism. sort of measuro giving some relief to Mrs. Mary Crowe went to Louis Mrs. R. H. Brown and son Elbeft, Dam, have been in the neighborhood, Tho Wedding Bells are still, ring- localities situated ns this C5 miles and Mrs. R. B, Martin. . ville; to be tho guest of her. brother, Mrs. Brown's son, Ellis, at lag reci-rilMr. Clarenco James hns returned visited calling on old friends and relatives, In our town.1 of territory through which thi3 M. Dr. McKenney, this week. Monday Ccntertown, from until and attending the bedside of Mrs. Quito, a few persons aro suffering II. & E., passes, it will bo a disgrace from a business trip to Evansvillo. Atrlce Faught and Mica Nellie Mr. T. C. Stratton, of Griffin, Ind., Thursday. Hoover. to the State of Kentucky, and ought from tho influenza here. Bishop went to Rockport, Ind., "last Mr. T. P. Williams, of Louisville, Mrs. Margaret Hoovor, of this place to be to the lasting shamo of every is hero. Ho says Cromwell is good Miss Ireno Hhoads spent the week Wednesday and were marriod. Their is visiting his daughters, Lettyo and end hero with her mother. who had been sjck for several weeks, member who votos against it, advlsed- - enough for him. many friends here wish them much Wo havo had throo weddings re- Arbyo. passed quietly away at 9:30 Monday Quite a number who left hero for happiness through life;' It. II. Company's cently. Thfs Is leap year See? night. Her body was Interred TuesMiss Beatrice Wallace, returned Akron, Ohio, have returned. Tho denial of the day afternoon at two o'qlock, In the Mr. Ellis Bishop, of Ccntertown, officials of a request for the meet- . Mr. Dick Gentry and .Mrs. Mattlo from Akron, Ohio, Monday. MAHHIAG LICENSES. Mrs. Mlzolla Rowe Is on the sick repent tho week-en- d Clear Run grave yard. Tho funing and their professed lgnoranco of Nannby were married at Hartford here with his best list. eral service was conducted by Rev. friend. tho matter, thereby attempting to In- Saturday. Ellis Cox, Hartford, R. 1, to ElizaMr. Owen Butler nnd Miss Gobol n. E.' Fuqua, of Hartford. Miss Emmq Ward of Ccntertown, Mrs. B. C. Austin is visiting her beth Berry, Beaver Dam. ( fer that Alvls Bennett "Aunt Marge, as all tho neighbors tho matter or actod without au- Dralco eloped to Rockport, Ind., and was tho guest of Miss Gei.eva Goff sister, Mrs. Luther Collins, of CcnHaven Berry. F. II. Wallace, to v called her, left two sons and one thority, Is not believed by a single in- wore married last Wednesday. Tho last week. tertown. Hartford, Ky. Miss Carrie Barnard, one of Hart Miss Cpnnyo Ralph Is spending tho dividual in Ohio County or else- groom Is the only son of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Goff, Caneyvllle, to Myrtle daughter to mourn her absence C. C. Hoover, of Clear Run; Nell Hoover, where, who knows Bennett. Somo John T. Butler, and tho brldo Is tho ford's High School pupils, spent Sat- week with her slstor, Mrs. Gilbert White, "Askln , Ky. of Beaver Dam; and Mrs John Park, skunk or skunks playpd Bennett dirty youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. urday and Sunday with her parents, Westerfleld, of Nocreek. VirMyrtle Taylor, Cromwell, to rep- J. A. Drake. Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Barnard. of Blsmark, Oklahoma. Her death Mr. Myrtle Hudson and family left ginia E. Sandefur, .Beaver Dam. and false. Somo Mr. Murel Taylor and Miss Virginia Mrs. J. W. Boeder snont Sunday Monday for Louisville, whore they resentative of tho nollroad Company, Novel Bartlett, Hartford, R 3, t) was duo chiefly to old age, she having y deslro Sandefur surprised tholr friends Sat- with her uncle, Mr, Willie Leisure, of will make their futuro home. passed the four score mark on life's through Bennett's Ethel Davison, Hartford, Route 6. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Pate, of New to help the home folks wherever and urday by going ovor to tho Mothodlst Midway. to Mattlo highway from the cradle to the torn!) ' R. E. Gentry, Cromwell, She was a faithful and devout memMr. and Mrs. Everett Porter wero Albany; ,Ind., have returned and will E. Nanney, Prentiss. whenever ho can, acted moat shame- Parsonago nnd getting marriod. We wish them all much joy. fully, and whllo the meeting was a the guests of their uncle, Mr. Ollle make their future homo here. Dam, ti ber of the Clear Hun Baptist Church Harvey I'lchenor, Beaver and will bo groatly missed by that Miss Cliflle Austin, who closed a Mattlo Luce, Hartford. Porter, of Beaver Danii fiasco, wo hope It may prove a boomFOR SALE body. erang to tho n. R. Company. Miss Nova Ashby and Mr. Leonard successful school at Central Grove, NOTICE. Carter wore tho guests of Miss Lettyo has returned to her home here. 150 acres of land 10 miles from Hart- Williams Sunday afternoon. ' NOTICES Tho debate on Capital Punishment MRS. HOOVER. I havo purchased tho Howard Coal ford, Ky near Dundee, on tho M. II. Men should consult which was given by tho High School, MlAes, near Horton, Ky., and will be All FOR SALE. boys nndglrls, was quite a success. in position to furnish coal at all times me about war Insurance and compen- Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Hoover, & E. R. H., about 30 n. cloared and Mr.; Rob. Jackson has sold his to the public at 8 and 10 cents per eitlon. Advlco and assistance free, widow of Cornollous Hoover, who 120 it. in timber. Rough river bottom My house and lot In Hartford? Ky property to Mr. John Allen, and has bushel. DR. A'. B. RILEY, died many years ago, departed this land, black loam. For partlculnis call purchased the house and lot across price Is richt. Com. American Legion, W. HOHEIMER, early Monday night at tho homo onornddroos W. II. RENFROW, G. 'fho IKo I ' Dundee, Ky. SOU LOUIS T. RILEY. Mrs. J. L. 30tt ' Post No. 44. tho railroad of Mr. Emerson Rogers. 32t4 Hartford, R. F. D. No. 2. of her daughtor-ln-ln- L & N. ' I. B. COMPANY LEXINGTON IS SCENE tho-ran- of-to- re-o- ns - . re ....... pt I e bya-spp'cialis- t. con-vey- - Blfck-hand- ever-read- t X X V EflATOR CAPPER BAPS PROFITEERS prompt ennctment by pondltures, Congress of tho measures for strict regulation of tho packing Industry, nnd Federal supervision of cold-stoIngo business. Tho peoplo can help r- mm aqmi irmrTbg"- '"i. 'i..pmM,llM-.nawaorw-wT.i. .. -. XDpartment Does Nothing 'To Cut Profits Of Big Business February. While General Palmer continues to wdeiforato on how lio will bring down otJutfanat of living with his own llttlo ASiatcJiei, tho Federal Heservo Hoard a' reports that tho prevailing high prices monace" and ziTTT an "nnqucstlonnblo Senator Arthur Capper of Kansas . jlics same figures to Indicate that trarcth.ot tho troublo is due to profile leering, which tho Department of ,JtU:n has dono nothing to stop. He fSVasthlngton, -nv to boycott tho profit hogs by refusing to buj goods offered at extortionate prices. Dnlluii nnd Cent. Counting it only In dollars and cents, how much did that last cold cost you? A man mny not always stop work when he has a cold, but perhaps it would bo better If he did. It takes about ten days to get completely rid of a cold under tho usual treatment. That time can bo much shortened by taking Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and proper care of yourself, in fact, a bottle of this remedy In the house is a mighty good investment during tho winter and m tiring months. Why .More Small Cars Cosie Equipped With Goodyear Tires Last year, more small cars, using 30 x 3d tires, were 30 x 3y2- - or 31 x with Goodyear Tires than with -, 4-in- ch factory-equippe- ' "Tho net profits of tho American HltOTIIKK OF QUEEN scrupuWcudcn Company, nfter Fedoral tnx-f2- $ MAKY TIP FOR KING bnd lieen deducted, wore $2,778,-"5f- ii care. In 1314. $6,160,295 in 1015, Paris, Feb. 7 A cautious but sub.$15,604,985 In stantial boom has been launched for in 1916, same iTail7 and $12,324,084 In 1918. All a brother of Queen Slary of, England twenty-tw- o CD tires oa an invested capital of . to be crowned King of Hungary. ?mllliiis. Tho earnings on Its com- - On the heels of the allied acts for basis 'T.noi stork wero $10.80 a share In bidding forever tho reinstatement of 131m, 32 7.0 5 a share In 191C, $47.62 tho Hapsburg dynasty conies word exiztz -- a ifcare In 1917, and this year, from Dudapest that the Hungarian sizes, to best Wall Street informa- - monarchists have decided to offer the tliKii, will exceed $100 a share, or throno to Marquis Adolphus of Camuycre ihan the stock's par value. . bridge, who was formerly a Duke of is available araBtr ago tho watered stock of tho Teck and Is Queen Mary's brother. Maxwell, merinin Woolen Company, the chief This propaganda for tho English thrrtllo company in he United States, peer is connected by observers with Gervice Trai'-qnotoion tho stock exchange at Sir George Clark's mission to Hun l Go SX.- - Today it is .close to 150, and in gary. Clever genealogists havo sucKccnit weeks has been quoted at 150 ceeded in discovering that the Teck ".For the jvool that goes into a suit family is of Magyar origin dating 'v?ir ctofhes which sells for $100 the back to King Arpad's reign. awocQ grower receives $7.35, says tho Queen Mary of England Is tho " "WfotSl This daughter of the late Duke of Teck. Association. Growers' ' zxal.es the finished garment cost tho That Teuton family name was dis. iinsnmt;r more than twelve times, tho carded in 1917, when her brother, . syria'-mthe raw material. The prlcr Lieut. Col. Adolphus Charles AlexlolhIng has made enormous tiS .. - ,. JHl ander Albert Edward George Philip . - ,EgiMJpgM.fr" :" SSI nnd Is still advancing notwlth-j.-s.tanfll- Louis Ladislaus was created Marquis v?:-m the American Wool Co- of Cambridge. Later he was made II aW' " il I mpass' cleaned up. net profits of ."0 Viscount North Allerton. He has rjnurccnlin 1U7 and in 1918 or $2,- - been governor and constable of Wind TflMO0O more than tho $20,000,000 sor castle since 1914. CM)cIt-a- r 30x3'AGoodoar Double-Cur- e "jivy Totitl.: TuJ sre thick, cironi tubes thjt SOOOO inla3 ol the company's authroized ouFabric:, Ail Weather Irwad rein.o.- - ca.1.1 . pro ;:!. .ift tik .uin ; villi a i tstanding stock. When the bowels become Irregular chsi.i v' r .ofx.ycr Iiaft"v'?o'iriirTuhecot lialu'moM -30k3Vi Goodyear SiiilcCuru than'tubr rjfiZ ?t3 "ThBrp can b no real shortagn of you are uncomfortable and the longer i63JA dse in ra!r- - ."O") C) TtroJ .Fabric, Antt-SU- d proof !""?? --Ktcutton Vlth a crop of 11,000,000 this condition exists the worse you 32l&3 added to 3,600,000 bales left feel. You can get rid of this misery ii.Ter Jrom 1918, "but it is a comomn quickly by using Herblne. Take a aewsTrunce. I am told, for the specu-- . dose on going to bed and sec how fine 3alrxn on the Cotton Exchange to you feel next day. Price 60c. Sold l w$t flu ci op's value $50,000,001' in by Ohio Drug Company. m st tangle day. . In one week, during tlia crop year, they actually increas- - PROPERTY OF v--- ctl.Unnp-half billion dollars. KING SOLD, $0,000,000 "it'a time when shoo manufacturers '"".save Issued annpuncement of still Geneva, Feb. 7., Austria has re v. " srivsfrm- - jprices for irhoes, the riport ceived approximately $6,000,000 from t ai'Jtfiwcmj i wwywffT mpra- - the sale of former Emperor Charles' mnoRi muvnimmm nff ono of tha gi t.it loathe1 c !! II II TWTW VMMUUWUWa profits earned of 52 per personal property, according to ad tfaafi Shows tho stock. The stock of most vices from Panglns, where the erstS& snch corporations originally did while monarch Is resldng. st gate to t&c- financial ism to tho reality that wo now useful on this continent and of Jewels, works of art and valuable BITTER FIGHT IS not represent strictly, dollar for doconference, at a luncheon of tho Na- - template with so much pleasure," tho century In which ho lived and wo Senor Tejada said. "That magnlfl- - lite llar ihe money invested, but a good objects belonging to Charles and It stands today In all its ma- tional Republican Club hero today. jjocrtof the s'eck leprcsented earning members of the Hapsbuig family still tho construction Jostle "Colonel Roosevelt brought Pan- - cent achievement grandeur, fully completed, . PLANNED BY LABOR A gnat deal, or most, of tho remain to be sold, and are said to jHiVTjit. Americanism out of tho camp of Ideal- - of tho Panama Canal Is ono of the, working pqrfectly.' "water" in security Issues be valued at several million dollars. Proceeds from them will be constands for wha- - tho organlzors believe 3b J&wjitoiicorn could eatn at a fair divi- - fiscated by tho Austrian Government, Most Aggressive- - Campaign But 52 per cent is not a It Is bald. itend. Tate. Ever Waged To Be Jtair rate of return on such watered Surgeons agree mat in cases of As long as unrestrlct-atrico- s Carried Out of stocks soar in Wall Street cuts, burns, bruises and wounds the wth must bo prepared to pay robbeiy first treatment Is most Important. ' When an efficient antiseptic is apWashington, Feb. 6 Plans for tho "WVhlle we wero bending the boys plied promptly, there Is no danger of tm France, eating war brea'd, and con- - infection and the wound begins to most agffressivo and general political iMcUng nil kinds of diives to win thy heal at once. For use on man or campaign ever waged by the Amerithe United States Steel Corpora- - beast. Borozono is tho ideal autlseptlo can Federation of Labor weto formu1,300,000,000 net profit. and healing agent. Buy It now and lated at a meeting here today of a xiiailo flta ' 1ku ijrico of steel common stock, bo ready for an emergency. Price general committee composed of tho at tho beginning, soata to 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50.SoId by executive council and the heads of all warthlcbs m departments of tho Federation. Ohio County Drug Company. mabam of unbelief. It was said officially that tho camprice of tho farmer'? 4 "Tho market paign to bo conducted in connection rli"n stock has declined u early 50 por ADMINISTRATION WILL HAVE NO FARMER VOm with the general elections in Novemuiett. winging many farmers to tho ber not only would be aimed at mom-bei- s Hut tho high ja5HJB t bankruptcy. Washington, Feb. 7. Governoi of Congress, or candidates for, 4pnk-.it- , consumer pays for meat are tho "mhu11v unchanged. This is partl-nlw- li Raiding, of Iowa, who was in Wash- unfavorable to organized labor, but txuo of poik, of which wo havo ington this week, said ho regaided also at unfrlondly candidates for tho country as strongly Republican President, Governor and tor members .1 surplus of more than oao and a halt 4 and, that ho (aw no reason why the of State Legislature. pounds, pioduccd last year, sUDoD Republicans should not win a sweepEvery tiado and craft affiliated Jurgo quantities in storage." with the federation will be called "1 earnestly urge as a remedy to ing vlctoiy in November. said natal ihls emergency an active proso- - Governor Harding out of the admin- upon to take up the fight In evoiy favor wltL section of the country and to exert ration or profiteers followed by tholr istration was utterly - every effort to elect only such pubol l" tasaahoiinient and a law requiring ov-- l" to attach to every ,cluu,K low"- - anu luul n WUB ""i08 lic officials of organized labor. It was wj mitiititactmur juidclo ho produces tho exact price sl.bl8 for It to get Into the favor of tho said that a vast army of organlzors and workers should bo lecrulted for nvinrn: f.ir It T mil ennllflnnt luriliuru, "If the League of Nations Issuo Is the campaign. 'BdAing else will so quickly rpduco CopjrlehtDUby Every meniber of tho present una jruKLnrn imsniL'sn anu liniiiHirv 10 thrown into tho campaign," said Qov- II. J. ltcynoUi Tubdcco Co, er"or Hording." there can bo no ques Houso or Sonata offering1 for x fflle und sane basis. 1 also urgo Awaiting your inyto. you It who have by their record shown ttn&tfc reduction In Government ox- - tion ot 1110 veruici on mat. me nnJIoipv red bat: tUy certainly get your3 when you lay your smokecan!3 en tho tabic, tint, htndtoma pound tnJ American people are going to vote to an unfriendly spirit toward organized for a tidy red tin or a toppy red bag of Prince Albert and roll a half pound tin humidor sustain Ameilcaulzed reservations. It labor, it was said, will be opposed by t cAisay, practical and 18 ullorl makin's cigarette ! You'll want to hire a statistical bureau to keep count pound that ilaaa humidor cry atal unpossimo 10 (icionu Articio tho labor voto, which federation of IW'HI k. . with tponta molatontr top Ix without reservation or chango bo- - ficials placed at about 4,000,000. lltL ITlSlilORS of your smokestuntsl Why, you never dreamed of the sport that lies that krtpa Prince Albert U1 tuch perfect condition I jfore the peoplo of this country, and awaiting your call in a home rolled cigarette when it's P. A. for tho President Gompors presided at tho year" Urynn perceived this when session today and there was the fullWilliam J. packingl ho warned his party not to go before est discussion of the whole question. COLDS Talk about flavor! Man, man, you haven't got tho listen of half your tho people on such a question." Formal announcement of the federasmokecareer until you know what rolling 'em with P. A. can do for your HILL'S tions plans was 'expected after the contentment! And, back of P. A.'s flavor, and rare fragrance proofs of A scald burn, or severe cut heals meeting had ended lato today. slowly it neglected. The family that Prince Albert's quality stands our exclusive patented process that keeps a bottle of Dallard's Snow Lini jts out bite and parch ! With P. A. your smokesong in a makin's cigament on hand Is always prepared for IIOOSKVKIT t'AXAL, XAMH I'l rette willoutlast any phonograph record you ever heard i Prince Albert TAVORKR IV UOLIVIAN such accidents. Price 25c, COc and fiftOHlDt is a cinch to roll. It's crimp cut and stays put like a regular oall por bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun $1.00 cold remedy (or 20 yean Standard Now York, Fob. 7 A chango In Prince Albert upsets any notion you ever had as to how delightful" m laoicK iorm-.aisure, no ty Drug Co. in opiatis brtalis up a cold in 24 tho name of tho Panama Canal to the jimmy pipe can be ! It is the tobacco that has made three men smoke jjouxi relieves Rrip n 3 aayi. Rosevolt Canal, iu honor of form or Money Dack II It lain. The pipes where one was smoked before. It has won men all over the nation . Cenuinc vox Mi a Kta President Roosevelt, was suggested by ur, nun to the joys of smoking. CW.nl I X"AT ion wini FOR FLETCHER'S Wi liy NMfe. picture. Jose Tejaua, president of the Cham TkJw'iX OTk At AllCruc Stem ber of Deputies of Bolivia and dele-- 1 R, J, REYNOLDS TOBACCO COMPANY, Wuiston-SaleN. any other land. This is plainly a result of the high relative tires by value produced in these small-ca- r enormous resources and u Goodyear lous They represent the intense endeavor that supply utmost satisfaction in has'laid the for the marked preference which everywhere for Goodyear Tires in the larger This real Goodyear value in tires or for your Ford, Chevrolet, Dort, Station. other small car, at our nearest there for these tires and Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes. -- l ng $w& pywjt '. 4 t4. i, ilSINfe fl --- 1 1WMTT 111 II WM,r -- LJ V vl c-- iil I ! St an con-'mo- I &Wk .jK Of of a cigarette! the national joy smoke makes a whale h bo--4- HP .. yOU ti used last to KILL foltt sp CASCARAbMlHNIN e, rmAth. Ohil&ren Cry CASTO R A C. ! Carolina very shortly, it was said tonight, and probably will stay at tho HOW U. S. RULES Southern Pines or at Plnehurst. Ono ' COAL COMPANIES of tho larger winter residences at tho DUTCH POSSESSION Southern Pines Is said to havo been placed nt tho President's disposal for Claim R. R. Administration the period of hl3 vinit. 1 Whllo Ad- Sailing Vessels Obtaining Washington, rob. Discriminated Against miral Grayson, tho President's prlvnto Recruits Has Ameriphysician, could hot bo reached by Operators canized Island. telophono tonight, other officials at r tho Whlto llouso declared tho report that Pruj.dent Wilson would Soon vis-- It All the local, state, country and foreign news that can be obtained by the AssoKnoxvlllo, Tcnn., Feb. C. Suit for North Carolina for a period of rest Tho beautiful Httlo island of Saba ciated Press, the Universal News Service, our special correspondents and our Rcvcrnl million dollars Is threatened and recuperation was without local staff ; news when it is news; news when it is true, not otherwise. No other probably Is ono of tho least known ngnlnst the Unltod Stntes Ilnllrond newspaper can give you more; very few newspapers will give you as much. Administration by coal operators of tho West Indian group, and is to bo along tho Loulsvlllo & Nashville rail- State of Ohio. City of Toledo, found marKcd only on maps drawn on The Associated Press wires will furnish us with all the news of the United States; Lucas County, si. road lines In tho Tennessee-Kentuck- y Frank J, Cheney makes oath that he a largo scale. It lies about twenty and Europe, the European news will be supplemented by special cables from all! Held. It is charged that the Hailroad Is senior pnrtner of tho firm of P. J. miles to tho northwest of tho town of the European capitals, by the Universal News Service. Our spcci.nl correspondAdministration has discriminated Cheney & Co., Coins business In the City Basscrterre, St. Kltts, from which of Toledo, County and Slato aforesaid, ents will furnish us with news from the state, and our local staff will gather all. ngalnst operators along theso lines nnd that raid firm will pay the sum of port thoro is a regular weekly mall HUNDRED DOLLARS for each the news of the city of Louisville. In making distributions of coal cars. ONEevery cuso of Catnrrh that cannot be scrvlco by sailing vessel. and Tho situation Is said to be very sorl-oti- s, cured by tho use of HALL'S CATARRH Passengers from New York to tho FRANK CHENEY. So that you may bo' sure in reading the Louisville Herald, that any event, whether and It is stated that repeated ap- MEDICINE. before me andJ.subscribed In Leeward Islands aro famll'nr with Sworn to it occurs in Kamchatka or in Kalamazoo, if it has news interest, it will be in. my presence, this 6th day of December, peals for relief have been futile. tho rock, for It Is a recognized landD. A. W. QLEA80N, your newspaper. y Tennessee-Kentuckoperators re- A.(Scnl) 1S86. Notary Public. mark for southbound ships nnd is Hnll's Catarrh Medicine Is taken Incently filed with the United States ternally and acts through the Blood on generally sighted a few hours after The Louisville Herald, while it prides itself on being, primarily, a newspaper,, Hailroad Administration a statement the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send leaving St. Thomas, tho newly acquirfor testimonials, free. realizes that there is more in life than occurrences that are of news value. t conditions prevailing and made F, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. ed colony of tho United States. Grim People wish to be amused, instructed and entertained as well, and the Louisville-Heralall druggists. another appeal for hc removal of Sold byFamily rills forTSo. and forbidding, Saba raises sheer out constipation. Hall's has spared no expense to do these very things for its readers. Its slogan secthe discrimination. J. E. McCoy, of tho sea, lnovltably prompting tho is something of interest for every member of the family. retary of the Southern Appalachian CEKALVO question; "Does anybody llvo on such Coal Operators' Assocatlon, ' cstl- a place as that?" Mother and the girls will naturally enjoy the whole newspaper, but there are a mates that operators along L. & N. Mr. L. P. Lambert, of Horse Branch Yet the little island which is twelve few special featuies that are written for the women folks alone that we are-surAjlncs have lost from $8,000,000 to was tho guest of his daughter Mrs. miles In clrcumferance, supports a they will find not only interesting but instructive in many instances. 110,000,000 as a result of tho receipt Ida Ilarnard last week. population of about 2,000 people and of less percentage of cars than has Mrs. Wayne Drown visited Mr. Is very interesting as one of tho few The society notes will be of interest to many; the daily fiction will interest been delivered to other sections of Elbert Urown and family and her islands possessed by Holland in tho many more, and it should, as some of our best authors are preparing it. There-ar- e the country. aunt, Mrs. Henry Eadcs, of South West Iidies. very few women who will not jret something of real value from Cynthia. A telegram was sent last night to Carrollton, recently. Grey's column, whether it is a matter of advice, a cooking recipe, ideas as to enWould not Know It: U. L. Winchcll, Regional Director of Mrs. Kramn U. Fulkcrson and Miss tertaining, or any of the countless things that one wishes to know about. Simat the A Hollander on arriving tho United States Railroad Adminis- Mnry Ethel Evorlcy wero In Central ply write Cynthia Grey and she will gladly give you her aid in solving your island might, however, find it diffitration, at Atlanta, asking why tho City ono day last week. problem. was in ono of railroad lines in tho Southern region Mr. Edward IJlackburn left last cult to realize that ho 1 Ho tho possessions of his country. do not execute the administration's week to Join tho U. S. Navy. Then there is a daily series of editorials on things of particular interest to would be able to salute his flag, and orders and deliver dally to the L. & Mr. Layton Maddox, of Centertown, women by Charlotte Gilman Perkins; a daily installment of that interesting N. tho number of pool and foreign Is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. Dm-ili- a in tho persons of a small detachment serial "Confessions of a Bride," Edgar A. Guest's daily poem "Just Folks," of soldiers nnd tho Roman Catholic cars stipulated at Junction points. linrnard and other relatives here. which makes such a wonderful appeal to all lovers of good poetry, and last, but-fa-r depriest, would bo able to greet his felTho telegram stated that tho Mrs. Ira Miller, of Powderly, lb from least, the pleasure that women get in reading the advertising and tha livery pof pool equipment since" Jan- spending several days with her low countrymen; but there the Dutch savings they also make in taking advantage of 'the various sales. aspect of Saba ceases. uary 2S has been trifling, the supply daughter, Mrs. Vernon Everloy, who Years ago tho custom grew up (in to tho Cumberland Valley division is quite sick nt this writing. For the male members of the family we offer what we consider as good an ediconsequence of the yesterday being less than 40 per cent. Mrs. Welslo Howe, who has. been all probability in torial page as can be found anywhere. There the current events of the day, the quite sick Is thought to bo some color question views of America) of "The situation Is deplorable," their cause and effect are touched upon by the trenchant pens of our editorial United States schooners short oft tclogram continues. "Tho operators better. staff to the delight and edification of all our readers. crews n tho West Indies coming for and suits threaten to shut down Mrs. Jesse Woodward has returnngnlnst tho administration. 'We urgo ed to her homo in Pueblo Colorado, recruits to tho only Island where tho The financial page will cive the current quotations on all stocks and bonds; the mandatory execution of orders. What after spendln,"? a few days with her captains could bo certain of obtaining latest quotations on grain, cotton, produce, live stock, tobacco, oil and every comwhito sailors. Tho result has been relief can wo expect? Advise." mother, Mrs. Drusllla Barnard, and modity that is listed on the exchange. The modem man can not do business these the gradual Americanization of Saba Information was received here to- other relatives wore. days without the financial page of a metropolitan newspaper. Neither can the Man has followed man until the bulk day to tho effect that the Southern Mr. and Mrr.. Adolphus Hill, of ordinary mule citizen get along without the sporting news of the day, and in Hallway in placing coal cars at mines near here, spent Sunday with Mr. C. of the remaining population consists The Hurald he will find, unqualifiedly, the best sport page published in Kentuckyoper G. KImbley and family, of Klmbley of females, whilst family after famIn Coal Creek district notified ily havo husband, father and brothers ators that cars must bo loaded with Mines. Every momber of the family will enjoy the cartoons, particularly "Bringing fuel else cars will not be moved. Mr. Henry Barnes, who has been sailing out of New York. "the Conning Tower," by F. P. A.; "New York Day By Day," by Mo All over the world these Saba men Operators' official contend this is in Detroit, Michigan, Is nt home. Intyre; the interesting articles by Frederic A. Haskin and the daily dramatic. go, nsho mall-ba- g reveals, until it rulings. They violation of railroad Mr. Harry Barnes, who has been and movie criticisms. is the proud boast of the Island that believe order applies to other sections sick, is Improving. Its sailors can be found In every port. Miss Elcctra Everley was in Cen V&Therc will be other features in The Herald from time to time, but the above are -tertown last week," having dental Naturalization naturally follows this 'the regular features that you are sure of each day of the year in your Herald. exodus, and then, as soon as possible, work done. Do you know of any newspaper that offers more? We doubt if you know of any a home is made upder the Stars and m newspaper that gives you nearly as much; a year's happiness for every memFOR FlETCntR'S A child that has intestinal worms Stripes. ber of the family, and all for five dollars. The donnishness of tho people is Is handicapped In.its growth. A few aa 4 dose3 of White' Cream Vermifuge wonderful, and tho excellent condiIf you are unfamiliar with The Herald we will gladly send you a sample copy. Ati:SlI)KXT TO v isir k destroys and expels worms; tho child tion of the houses Is almost entirely We would suggest that you send in your subscription now, and thus protect X. CAKOI.IXA IIBI'OKT Immediately improves and' thrives due to money sent from the states. yourself for the coming year against a possible raise in subscription rates. Give Rooseyour subscription to your local agent now. If there is none in your town, send wonderfully. Price 30c per bottle. It Is tho photographs of Taft, Plnehurst. N. C, Feb. 1. in the coupon below. m velt, and Wilson that adorn their Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. walls; New York is tho place towards Wilson is expected to visit North which the thoughts of the people TAKFV turn; and the American mall, is the Mr. Alva Kirk moved to his farm, mall, In strong contrast to the small bag containing perhaps near Buford, Saturday. English is tho Dr. J. A. Duff was called to see letters from Holland. language used for all save official Mrs. John Davis, Saturday. money Mrs. M. G. Funk was called to purposes. American paper pours Into the Island by every mail, the bedsido of her daughter, Posle Funk, who has the flu, in Owensbpro. and Dutch coin is hard to' obtain. Clyde Funk and wife and Httlo Frequent applications are made to the money at a Miss Beulah Gaines spent Friday with sister Islands for Dutch , premium, and when visiting Saba reIra Funk nnd wife. Gray moved onto the cently, tho writer was begged to bring Sherman MAIL DAILY HERALD TO NAME AND ADDRESS 'S) DAILY BY MAIL 2 placo of J. L. Massie Saturday and all the Dutch coin he could in GIVEN, FOR TERM SHOWN. for American bills. To any postoffice in Kentucky, InTom Pntton, of Barnett's Creek, movdiana and Tennessee. It should, however, be said that NAME ed into tho property vacated by Mr. 6 Mos. 1 Year the people are in no sense disloyal to Gray. country, or ungrateful Address Miss Cova Kirk will enter school their mother to her for what she has done. It is . nt Hartford Monday. R. F. D. No 1 Mo. 3 Mos. away, Mr. A. J. Funk, of Indiana, simply that Holland is so far Enclosed Find immediate influence on the State Term ncre has been tho guest of relatives here and her S Check For. Inhabitants' lives so small, that tho 1 a t Vnn. ' for tho past week. u '""-- -remitMail following coupon with S Postoffice Order ItliMIlVSJlr.P Prof. John Hamilton closed his vastly greater and more accessible tance at once. Don't be without .bread-winneI S 6 Mos Express Order 1 Mo school at Mt. Moriah Friday, with a republic to which their cmct The Herald for a single day: have gone has claimed and held their Spelling Match nnd recitations. Thurman Patton and family visit interest. When company comes By special arrangement made with the Daily Herald, we are enabled to offer the- Saba, indeed, raises tho whole ques ed at Clarcncu Pat ton's Saturday there is no time to tion of the Influence of the United night and Sunday. waste no chances to In the West Indies, and serves Hoscoe Balrd went to bco his moth- States be taken so mother to remind us that, even in these days, er Sunday, Mrs. E. C. Balrd, who is sees that there is alpeaceful penetration still remains a very sick with plurisy. ways a can of BOTH ONE YEAR TO dr- rEverything Is go(ng slow just now. strong factor in international lite. Since the war with Spain, Porto Rico ONE ADDRESS FOR Tho roads arc almost Impassable. has been a definitely American Danish islands of St. Thomas., BAKING POWDER all THE REPUBLICAN, St. Jan, and St. Croix were recenton hand. Cakes, pies, ly acquired by the United States; doughnuts, muffins and American Influence Is paramount in e Wo aro looking for a land, by economic pressure or blockJOHN WHITE & CO. all good things to eat representative In this county; a man Cuba, whilst order has been restored ade, to give up tho Kaiser, according be dressed up in LOUISVILLE, KY. must who Is willing to work and "mako thru her Intervention in San Domingo their best taste and and Haytl, an island of infinite prom- to Information received today. A Liberal aasortmaitt good," to sell our VITAPLASTIC looks. and full value paid FOR SALE! waterproof roofing, light nnd heavy, ise. Ono sometimes wonders whether now note now being drafted is to be tho hoisting of tho Stars and Stripes the chief subject of discussion at too, her reputaThen, house paints, Iron and' wood preservtion as a cook must ing paints, fine enamels, lubricating in other islands besides tho Premier Lloyd George's new peace Hide and and she be upheld Seat IU ills and gretsea for autos and tractors, Virgins, would produce any very vio- conference' which is to bo held in "stakes" it on Calumet high grado machine oils and a gen lent change in the national outlook of Wownlng street Wednesday or Thurs From Chamber's day, every time. She fitwwsit oral lino of our VITAPLASTIC pro- the population. will not disappoint her. ducts diroct from our factory to the Journal. "Tho new note," it is said, "will can and have the Order consumer. simply appeal to tho sense of fair play bakings "company" kind of THE QUALITY' nilANDS CO. of tho Dutch government to surrenevery day. CIinclniHl, Ohio. der the person of the arch criminal. DENTAL SURGERY FLETCHER'S Calumet contains only such FOR Louis 1), Singer State Agent, The issue wjll be fought out solely Ingredients as have been Mr tJ 4V Itov 0, Harrodsburg, Ky. approved officially by the on the lines of International law. The Bred Gilts and young Pigs. U. S. Food Authorities. I will bo hero shortly and if you allies are determined to show The Pedigree furnished. are looking for an opportunity llko NOT TO FORCE DUTCH Yoa uvs aea job bay k. Haguo that It should surrender the TO SURRENDER KAISER Kaiser In tho Interest of world peace. Toa mto wbea yoa mo it. wrlto to me at once bo I can arOffices over Morton's Droat: this, range to boo you when I am here. $ Store. Call Cumb. Phon 1G; Holland, It is understood, is willing LOYALL P. BENNETT, London, Fob. 7 The allies have to yield In the event that tho allied Men with rigs or Fords preferred Route 7 Hartford, Ky. abandoned the Idea of forcing Hoi- - diplomats prove their case." but not absolutely necessary. & MILLIONS SOUGHT BY Each Day of This Year You Will Find In The HeraL (ns e lj - Up-Father- X Children Cry CASTORIA i.' Wefl'mecTj r?i - half-a-doz- Kentucky's Greatest Newspap $5.00 $2.60 $1.40 50c rs Daily Herald and Hartford Republican O.OU -For club rates send orders to Hartford, CALUMET WANTED NOW wide-awak- ty. OH! I See! aff2aCM.V f O. I. C. & m- MRS trxr M Children Cry l Dr. M. M. DexteirJ CASTOR r: ,' VI Nothing, In the course of j STRAY STREAKS wns mor0 certaln thnn tho per fact that atonement for tho .crime petrated was to bo made In tho elec- COMPANY trie cha.r on March the eleventh the nilrfroSS P Tlnr IHloV anvs It hns linnn lila nx- nearest dntc pogslb,0 that could bo fixed under the law, and tho days lu pcrlenco through his whole medical cnnil JUUlk DJ1U1IH 'n.tlvt rtnw mi .w. nml thnn will Hfo Mint mtlpntq In mnilcr.itn tn o S. T1NSLEV, Kdltor miost certainly be worse for him than financial circumstances remain sick a jind Business Manager. tho day of March tho eleventh. It great deal longer than those In the ' other class, vlz from moderate down. the wns at this Juncture that thc Entered according to law . mun iuu - -mm Postofflce, Hartioru, ivy., Wo saw Lee Slmmerman the old prisoner from the Court, to trnmplo matter of tho secoild class. foot all semblcnco or law ami druggist and Henry Leach the new lliniler to 0TlCTf to execute by Its own hands and drug dispenser, two doctors and our Atldfcss all communications n us own passlonnte manner, Instead JJndertaker in nn earnest and whlsper- , The Hartford Republican. iSfflfr:- of allowing punishment to go ns m- - eel coniau a lew uays ngo nnu wc navo E w rected by tho duly authorized an d not onlv steered clear of that mtfn NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS mob nt tctto ourselt but have warned all of Subscribers desiring tho paper sent rnnatltiitpil authorities. The ' "' tnrifPi! In tho face of tho Stato's our friends whom wo could reach new address muu bi '" to n : In nraklng tho request. sent there for without cost or too much trouble. address military establishment Iluslness Locals and Notices 10c purpos6 of preventing tnis very per line, and $c per lino for each ad- tho Tho wife of a prominent merchant thing, the soldiers had no other busl Insertion. ditional Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards ncss there. Tho people had received of Hartford and the Wife of nn ex- Cc for of Thanks, lc per word, and money warinB 0f what would happen County Official, who had all "sorts of each head line and slgnaute, they disregarded It, whllo deplorable, chances to graft, whether ho .did or Irt m1tffinn Church Notices for services free, .i.., iib Hm ntlmr vlnlntnr of the illiln't. nml nnr own wlfo nil went to lc per law, paid the penalty, and have only tho Poor" House ono day last week. but other advertisements, no aiiompi wo never did just exactly icarn wnai will themselves to blame. 'I Anonymous communications Ki: ko mob the negro under all tho clr tho trouble was, or where, tho hitch receive no attention. enougn, but to took place. All wo know .is that cumstances was bad of hnvn succeeded through tho dvor- - each of the aforesaid ladies occu- of TELEPHONES nn,..nrinr- - nf nr tlin surrendering of Died their accustomed berth in the 59 Farmers Mutual slice 1- -3 the protective arms of the majesty of home roost that night. Cumberland to the ever the law would have been Wo arc Immensely surprised that of tho Common That's the real idea back of the lasting disgrace .FEBRUARY 13 FRIDAY,. wealth As we see It no blamo at so many "fellows, including Squire success of Lucky Strike cigarettes. taches to those who were not thero Dean, of Dundee, so readllyagreed to Toasting improves tobacco just as well Herbert Hoover has announced that merely to defend n criminal but for go to Loulsvlllo and Frankfort under as bread. And that's a lot. he is not yet ready to announce his tho purpose of defending the law, the these present and tight lid conditions. party affiliation. Thus the suspense only bulwark and safeguard standing Nothing could bo done to Induce Edn between this Country and absolute Bnrrass, Mut Hunter, Lee Simmer-maremains suspended. Try a Lucky Strike cigarette and Joe Tate to make either of waste and ruin. the trips. They did not have suffiPresident Wilson still refuses to IAVIA ROUTE 2. cient confidence In tho author of this have the League amended by the re' stuff to even ask him to go. servations proposed, and the conMr. Archie Mosley, who has been Our Work Cnnimcnilcil trary Republican majority yet stands Is better. We received a communication from adopting the document sick .for the past week, out against town or Mr. John Tanner, of Heflin, was in a guy In the without. So there you are. Dnluth, Minn., this week, which wc this community, this week. n Ouijrontced Mr. James Da'tlett Jr., spent Sun deem to be extraordinarily complThings are powerfully on the drag at Heflin. imentary, and, in as much as there (sotracetr-cx- . here, of late. The roads were never day with relatives Miss Ethel Ricneson, oi hciiui, is was an enclosure of five bleached .worse perhaps than now, 'ij. takes visiting her mother, Mrs. Bettie nich- - bones for subscription In advance, to about six mules to pull a eson. tho date Feb. 30th., 1923, wo publish load and our people don't have energy f Hartford, tho epistle In full. .Here goes: Mr. Sylvester Cl-'- k, good roads from enough to even talk ,. . v i R. Xo. 7, spent Saturday night with My Dear(Mr. Editor: perannuated list whoso wont was to the soap boxes they are warming. his mother, Mrs. Josie Clark. I say "Mr." because I well re- go to the farm during crop seasons MCfZ Saturday and Sunday is regular In the good old days of simplicity meeting day at Mt. Carmel. Every member how sweet that sounded to and put In his time doing such work mo when I was occupying the throne as ho could perform. Tho good Par-- j day dinner the Democratic Jackson i ITS o a member is cordially invited to attend of honor in a like position, son, having a wide acquaintance and u .plates were laid at one dollar per each day, services I read olie of your papers the other host of friends in this whole section head, but this last affair was at the the Not A 'Tack Not A Nail Miss Ethel Dawson and Mr. Novel day and it occurred to mo that soma was much in demand for iunerals, fancy price of four times and more, two popular young people honest criticism might bo of some marriages Bartlett, and that sort of ministerial beyond tho days of simplicity. Eviof this neighborhood, wero married benefit to ono or two of your eight duties, so peoplo formed the habit of dently these latter day members of at Hartford, Saturday, Feb. 10. sheets. The paragraphs that follow calling a neighbor about a halUmlle the unterrilfed who partake of this News has been received here of the very frank. distant from the Minister's farm, ho annual function are headed toward death of Mr. G. W. Jewell, in Salt will therefore be I Arc made withnotice that some having the nearest telephone,' thereby To begin with millionaire's row. out a tack or Lake City, Utah. The deceased was headings are being used that were working tho esteemed neighbor as niil; othe softformerly a resident of this county, originally written years ago ami from ell as the pastor, to aid them in their It looks so natural and common having left Buford about two years est, toughest issuo to Issue are always tho uamc, troubles. One day this neighbor was these days to see in the daily papers leather known, Strung," "Stray very busy, but on getting the S. O. S., ago.' such as "Beads Oddly that the Democrats in the Senate held on broad, sensiStreaks," etc. There aro many ways after being called In from his work ble, imprucd a causus to discuss certain questions, Dick Williamson, a student in the - could bo varied. For by his wife, went for the Pastor, who themott but owing to the fact that President school here, returned Tuesday from those "heads"p rfcit child's ihoc example you could have the .beads perceived that he was maybe a bit "Wilson had not been consulted, and Central City, where he had been tt c The ons & A lis ctWr madechild out- or regularly, strung. In fact, tired of messenger boy calls when the Democrats not being advised as to visit his sister Miss Margaret, who is evenly, a I see no reason why It should not be busy, so he, tho good Parson, told tho Just what the President wished in teaching there. Mr. Williamson has entirely rewritten. A bead has lost brother that ho would have to rido the matter, no agreement was reach- a well developed case of mumps. Huy " Billiken;' its meaning since, the verboten Shoes and let th'e two miles to his home, take a bath, ed. The meeting adjourned to await why have the put on his Sunday clothes, ride some into effect. And children romp and STOCK FOR SALE further action, pending the Presiply to their keart'i "stray?" If for miles to perform the services for the 2 good brood mares, 1 mule, 3; 1 "streaks" always dent's orders, or wishes, which content without anyou don't want 3 sentimental reasons 2 fillies, 3 years old. in distress and then back parties mule. 5; noyance tcAvou, inamounts to the same thing. d meaning make tt jury to the home or Polled Cows and Calves, 1 Polled to change the homo again, but he was going to split and again discomfort Jo them-tclvStreaks" at with the neighbor, In whatIt was a sad and lamentable affair, Durham Bull G months old. All good "Streaks' Estrayed," times to bo frank fifty-fift- y but ever he received for his services. Afthat men of ordinary intelligence, stock, priced, right. The prowinp feet of children are easily irritated by stifT oles about it I would recommend substi- ter the elapse of several days the two E. P. BARNARD & SONS, and we feel sure that they were also or narrow shoca. "Billiken" Shoes arc made by specialof the word "bull" where you met again, when the Preacher said, tution Beaver Dam, Ky. ists in the largest shoe factor)' in the world, devoted exclushould lose their 32t3p usually now have "streaks." sively to the manufacture of Children's High Grade Shoes. "Well, Brother Hutt, you remember bearings and for the moment give wav You should be more careful in your that I told you I would give you hall The soles on 'Billiken" Shoes are Pure Oak Flexible Report of the condition of The to passion that smothered their finer Leather the softest and most pliable leather known, being insinuations against people personal- I received out of that last trip, the sense of duty to the community and FARMERS' BANK especially prcpareQ to withstand hard service. The absence ly. I refer in particular to that in ono where you came for me, and now making of to ,tho Commonwealth, cf nails, tacks, etc., prevents the children scarring the floors Doing business at the town of Cen- - which tho Impression was made that I am ready to settle, even to and furniture. The soft tolcs render the shoes noiseless. them akin to the ordinary savage for tertown, County of Ohio, State Flexible solcs.make them as comfortable as a moccasin. The a prominent citizen, a former post- more than tho ono half, 1 am very the time being tho the individual durable leather makes them as lasting as a man's heavy shoes. of Kentucky, at the close of master, was likely to Imbibe in wood much oblldged, that was all I restandpoint, sought, from a personal And they arc extremely stylish. business on 30th. day alcohol. I know Jhat man personal- ceived." It is not necessary to say deserved the worst' possible to be of January, 1920. ly he would never drink that stuff that tho neighbor had no complaint Let Us Show You "Ililllkens". brought upon him, yet from it all we knowingly and I have too much get ,the consoling thcught that his to make of the good man's division. RESOURCES for his Judgment to believe ho punishment is both near and certain ' CARSO,N & Loans and Discounts. . . .? 73,426.19 could be enticed unknowingly. , Why. JOIIX SHOULDERS and it will be via the route laid down StnpVs nml nth(r dlstlngu'aa w..uw he has been known to w...... by the agency which must protect mo UVWV..W, nnmls rvy. . 42,100.00 brands by smell after the scent had Securities v Mr. John Shoulders died at his and my family and you and your fani-57.372.72 traveled from "Heg's" to his home home near Central Grove, Wednesily in times of need, if protection Is to)Do from Banks 8,757.21 on Center street. I believe ho could day, .of pneumonia. Cash on hand Mr. Shoulders be had. Banking House, Furnl tell it was wood by tne sound maue was III only a few days. 2,459.70 by the cork when drawn from the bot ture and Fixtures WOI1 REIGX AND RIOT VS LAAV After funeral services conducted Other Assets not included tle. PLUS BULLETS by Rev. R. E. Fuqua, the body was There nre too many funeral notices burled at Central Grove yesterday afunder any of above The shooting to death of a half . 224.54 and not enough birth announcements ternoon at 2 o'clock, in tho presence heads wounding more than dozen people and your paper. in of a large gathering of friends. a score of others, the majority of $184,340.30 Total When speaking of that whom we take It, wore ordinarily deT TITllIITirC lad you should say "satan" Yes we havo stoves, E. C. Simmons simply for tho cent and Capital Stock paid in, In and not "devile." Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable protection of a worthless, $ 15,000.00 When a man calls your sheet, yel- - Iron Ranges. cash degenerate criminal's life, is in 6,500.00 low, etc., I wouldn't publish it like 33tf Surplus Fund WILLIAMS & DUKE. inexcusable. We itBBlf apparently .. you do but yould try to keep It, quiet. that too many look upon the de- Deposits subject to lear BEAVER DAM. $129,090.82 You see there are likely to bq some plorable episode that transpired at , check any Lexington last Monday ns "being Just Time Deposits, 33,749.54 162,840.36 who haven't given the matter 70 acres-o- f land in Ralph precinct. Cheap. Will Mr. Lee Stevens, of Loulsvlllo, Ky., thought: tho state of case described above. But with his family. take town property in exchange. Of course there aro a lot of. other spent the week-en- d $184, 340.36 Total on the contrary, exactly the reverse Mrs. Maud Stewart of Louisville, things that could be said, "Tins," but 70 acres one mile and a quarter frpm the Courb among all right I view 8h6uld prevail I with relative's aside from them, which I haven't spent the week-en- d thinking people. It was a test and Ktntn of Kentucky) House. One-ha- lf bottom, the rest upland. )S0t, timo to mention, and the above it is here. clash of mob, reign and riot vs. the 56 acres four miles from Hartford, on good road. ' ' Mrs. Portor Barnes, of Detroit,, a very good paper. I hope some time County of Ohio ) law of the Land, which necessarily 73 acres near Newville. 5 room cottage, stable, with We, W. H. Bean and Alvjn Rowe, to see it almost as good as thaone I Michigan, .spent the week-en- d up by rifle, bayonet had to be backed relatives here. " barn and other buildings. Price $3,500. once edited in the South. and bullet. The crime of the prison President and Cashlor of the above Modestly, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Taylor aro 119 acres on Grassey Creek, 35 acres hill land, or whom the mob desired to lynch najiied Bank, do solemnly swear that ... uciuuua nH.l k.ntnl w.o nhAiia etntnian .-fa- trilA tt- thfl ANN TIE RED. - must .the guests of Mr. Taylor's parents, ..- -. uuu uiuu, lft uiv iu,vmvu wns me 10 acres wood, six room house, two barns, close to P. S. I am thinking of starting a Mr. and Mrs. D. Taylor. known in our land these dayB, yet tho best of our knowledge and belief. school house and church. $55 per acre, $1,000 cash, W. H. BEAN, president. newspaper in Canada or Cuba. Would J Mrs. George Sowders has. gono t murdered girl's nearest kinsmen had I ballance on a long time. ALVIN ROWE, Cashlor. you and I. D. Claire be interested? Arkansas to visit her son, Mr. Noble made a strong- appeal, not in boha'I A.T. R. ' Sowders and Mrs .Sowders. 125 acres of Rough River high bottom $65 per me Subscribed and sworn to before of tlio criminal! but In behalf of tho Mr. and Mrs. Albert Leach and meted out this 9th., day of Feb. 1920., acre. law, that punishment be daughters will leave the tlrst of the A Truo Story. My commission expires January 30, in accordance with the lrescrlbed A certain Minister residing not a week for Frankfort, Ky., to make methods of tho land. Tho murderer 1922. FENA ROWE, Notary Public. thousand miles from this office, and their home. was In the hands of ttie Court, in Messrs Marshall and Frank Barnes, who formerly owned a farm some two Correct Attest: fact the form o trial had been comReal Estate and Insurance miles distant herorom, (wo might Miss Anna Barnes and Mr. and Mrs. L. C. MORTON, pleted, the presiding Judgo had barely add that the aforesaid Minister is not Frank Eblon left the first of the week HARTFORD, W. H. BEAN, KENTUCKY. finished "passing sentence upon tho now actively engaged in Ministerial for New Orleans, La., to attend the ALVIN ROWE, doomed culprit, even to the fixing su- - Mardl Gras. work, being upon tho retired or Directors. of the date when he should be electro- - Hartford n:.,!cuted. Republican man ovent , lSStv SS .,. 1 ..., Jt 'J j W El ICIGARETTEyil la 1 Ira Wk Aw "gggjljjljggppij you see this famous think a minute! the delicious taste Think of fresh toasted bread! a WHEN : 4 DacK-woo- ds y JfwJht .ZS .. one-hor- r f 5S3QSQJi&CS&Sii y iCVX Billiken Shoes L law-we- "Es-traye- g, , ct COMPANY 1 naruuru, 4 .... 1 fc d, FOR SALE! ' . .- !... - CAL P. KEOWN & CO. L I For tho best wagon on tho market, (lurui)iuy una price cunsiiiureu, kbi an Owensboro from ACTON BROS. Ladies' Mas Tiny Yeirer has returned from Owensboro, Where sho made an extended vIbU with friends and relatives. Miss Elizabeth Mooro was In Owensboro the first of this week for tho purpose of consulting a throat specialist. Mr', and Mrs. E, E. Dirkhead wont to Owensboro Tuesday, whero Mrs. Hlrkliend will undergo treatment for "He says I'm a good skate5 Chesterfield: Ready -to -Weair We are daily receiving our Spring and are prepared to show you the new styles in Ladies' Coat Suits, Coat and Waists. The styles are attractive, consisting of all the Ready-to-Wear, BBTH neuritis. Jlr. Rowan Holbrook camo over from Owensboro Monday to bo in tho Drink of Hartford, in Mr. Hunter's absence. Miss Edna Dlack, who 'is tenoning in the schools near Calhoun, is homo on a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. full-bodie- ,new weaves. Frank Blnck. IB less than five years on the market! Twuj words explain it "They Satisfy.' Our expert buyers in the Orient select for Chesterfields only the finest grade of the four choicest varieties of Turkish tobacco. To these are added the best of mild but d Domestic leaf. BUt, in the end, it's the blend that "satisfy." And the blend our . private formula cannot be coated. Extra wrapper of moisture-proof- :; k. paper seals in the flavor. makes-Chesterfields pal A REAL record.that's Chesterfield. Loolc at its Three million smokers. 1 LADIES' COATS :v c(c&rt4fyx&JCz 'V A The new Coatee seems to be leading.ln style," while the long coats are yet very strong. We can show each style in all the new shades. Beaver Dam and Hartford will clash in Basket Ball ut the Kink hero tomorrow night. Tho game is scheduled for 8:45. Yes wo have stoves, E. C. Simmons Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable Iron Ranges. 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. B. Carson' and Mss Anna Rhea, will leave SPRING WAISTS Our line is large, and consists of Voiles, Crepe de Chine, Georgette, Taffeta Silks Jap Silks, etc. Beautiful in style, quality, and '.workmanship. Come and see them. ' daughter, Monday for Louisville, will spend the week. whero they v vw Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Hunter re turned Wednesday from Oweusjioro whero Mrs. Hunter had gone for an 3l ? operation for tonsilltis. George Delker Buggies in styled to suit the tasto of all who wish to own and ride in tho Country's best, may ACTON BROS. be had at Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Taylo and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Williams, of Beaver Dam, wero guests of Dr. and Mrs J. B. Tappan, Sunday. ftZ2,$b I The Hartford m Republican FEBRUARY Mrs. A. E. Pato and Mrs. Ellis Fos-tewho have been ill, arcimproving. r, FJtIDAY, -' lil f- M!s3 Amelia Pirtlo and Charlie Ellis are among thoso who have mdmps. PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mrs. E. P. Bennett Is on tho sick Tho Loulsvillo Daily Herald and The Republican, both ono year for $5:50. LOST 1 hound, with black back, Lost Sigma Nu Fraternity pin of pearls and one ruby. Initials "P. B. ring neck, blue spotted legs and & R. B." on back. Return t6 this, breast, red ears and end of tail off, 4 years old. Notify office and receive reward. " HERBERT MIDKIFF, ' Hartford, R. 1. Mrs. W. C. Blenkenship and sister. Miss Myrtle Maddox, who are spending a few days in Louisville, are exI havo installed my Broom Factory pected to return homo today. in tho building adjoining Dr. Bean's Drug Store in Hartford. Will make Mrs. R. B. Culfoy, of Stanley, re your brooms at a reasonable cash turned to her homo Monday after a prlco. ew days visit with her daughter, Mrs. N. A. SCHROADER. Lyman Barrett and. Mr. Barrett. Mrs. Emma Basham, Mrs. Mae We carry a nice assortment of fresh hVhitler, Miss Mary Jett, Lafe Miller, Candies and Fruit of all varieties, Marlon Winfreo, John Roby, James clean and wholesome. Tho best is Mercer and Mrs." Mercer, of Fords-villthe cheapest. wore hero Wednesday- attendCASEBIER & TAYLOR. ing County Court. o, - C. E. Smith and J. I. Goodman composed a party of Hartford citizens who went to Louisville last Friday at the Instance of the L. & N. R. R. Company, for a conference with the officials on passenger service. her clothing becamo IgnltecL fcaaijv burning her body. Miss Taylor conveyed to tho homo of her fntlitn. Mr. Thomas C. Taylor, at BeaTer Dam, tho first of this week Shn was brought by Hartford, and owins to her condition she occupied a. Miss Irene Taylor, who was teach- couch or cot while upon the tralc. . ing at Bevler, sustained serious in- lng carried when necessary, by twIJK juries some two weeks ago, when ing hands. v er, vn V-?-- THE SAMSON MODEL "M a list. Rev. Russell Wnlkcr Walker have the flu. and Mrs. ar- Tho now bulk garden seeds have rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE , ' tf . Alfred Stewart has been confined to his bed this week with "flu." Miss Boulah Palmer, of McIIenry, is visiting friends in Hartford. We pay cash every day for eggs and poultry. W. E. ELLIS &. BRO. Vf W. Harris, wife and llttlo son are nil confined with tho "flu." fi n- C '4 ,,i$. FURNITURE! FURNITUREI have it at WILLIAMS & DUKE We tf Rev. E. W. Smith and family, who have been quite ill, are improving. The Loulsvillo Evening Times and 'Republican, both one year for $ 5.50. ', 'j. f Mr.' Ira $ t . s wrek D. Bean is in New York this on business for Carson & Co. Veachel Westerfleld nndiJ Erton Tlchenor are mong those sick at J? present. FOIt SALE Good, young milk Cow, see JESS CASEBIER, Hartford, Ky. Pate, who have Mr. and Mrs.jJ.-'been in llllnola.havo returned to Beaver Dam. of Attorney E. M. Woodward, Loulsvillo, was here on legal business, this week. Jailer Worth Tlchenor and son, Cecil, were' in Owensboro Tuesday, on business. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Igleheart niade a trip to Louisville the. first of this week. Let us send you the Daily Courier Journal and Republican. both ono year for ?5.'50. .. County Health Officer, Dr. E. B. Best High Patent Floir "Golden Mrs. L. G. Barrett, who has been Pendleton, reports 10G cases of Leaf" $13.90 per bbl. "Flavo Flour quite ill for several days is slowly Imand 2S cases of pneumonia $13.90 per bbl. Saturday only. proving. since Dec. 1. At present he has 20 wo havo moved to the C. J. cases'of flu and 3 cases of pneumonia Rhoads building on Market street. A revival meeting of much Interest W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Henry Leach is rapidly developing is being conducted" at Wesley Chapel, into a champion salesman or someNocreok Church. Did you know that whero others thing, he caught a smoker in tho drug havo 30 to 40 disks the Sharpies Sep tost, Sharpies Cream store the other day and unloaded 15 The best-b- y a"ra(or has none? It has only three Separator for sale by pipes on him, all in one sale. working parts, 1 BOWL, 1 BOWL 31-- tf WILLIAMS & DUKE. , I am paying more cash every day BOTTOM and 1 DIVIDING WALL. Rev. W. F. Wlnfree, of Fordsville, in tho week for Poultry, Eggs and For salo by WILLIAMS & DUKE. was in town Wednesday, and while Cream than any buyer I know of. Sir. Louis T. Rtloy announces that horo visited this office', L. T. RILEY, ho will stage a Valentine dance at Hartford, Ky. M.r. and Mrs. Coleman Cundiff, of the Rink in Hartford Friday night, Beda, nro the proud parents of a fino Mrs. W. W. Riley, of Akron, Ohio, Feb. 13. Everybody invited to atgirl, who arrived Monday. who has been visiting relatives here, tend. Spectators will be charged 25c was called to Leltchfield Monday on war tax Included. Music from Ow Just arrived, a big assortment of account of tho serious Illness of her ensboro. choice cooking vessels in aluminum. sister, 'Mrs. Margurlto Fuqua. WILLIAMS & DUKE. of Cool Messrs. Q. M. Benton, A full and complete line of fresh Springs and M. D. Romans, of Flint Prof. W. S. Hill is at his place In Cocacola and other refreshing soft Springs, have been appointed as mem School ngain, after being out several Wriiijcs constantly ready for uso at bers of tho Ohio County Board of days on account of illness. Tax Supervisors in room of J. L. tho restaurant of Mooro and J. L. Miller, who have CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Dr. W. T. Lawrence and J. H. resigned. Lloyd, of Fordsville, wero In HartBorn to Mrs. E. T. Sandefur, of ford, Monday on 'business. Tho biggest lino of stoves and, Beaver Dam, February 9th., a boy, named Ellis Leach. Both ranges over carried in Hartford,v at . Miss Cpnnie Ralph, of Beaver Dam, mother and son, ob well as Mr. Sandeprices that must appeal to those in is spending tho. week with Mr. and fur, are doing nicely., need of something good, may be Mrs. Gilbert Westerfield, of, Nocreok. found on our floor. Try a Progress, Mr. W. F. Stevens, of Nocreek, left Malleable or Steel Range. Miss Martine Taylor returned to Wednesday morning for Jeff, 111., ACTON BROS. school Monday, after spending a few where he, goes to spend a week with days with her parents at Cromwell. Mrs. Stevens, who is visiting her Mr. M. L. Hoavrln who went to Trnnkfort Monday with tho delega father at that place, Messrs. J. II. and Floyd Davis, of tion who appeared before the House Taffy, were jn town Saturday, on busMrs. J. C. Bennett has been attendi- and Senate Commute in interest of iness, and while here visited this of- ng', to the insurance business of her fho proposed R. R. Legislation, refice. husband durlng'tho past several days, turned to Louisville and remained Mr. Bennett having suffered a relapse over for tho Lincoln Banquet yesterMiss Mae Smith, of this place, Is of his former throat trouble and not day. spending a week with her grand- able to be out. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis, of iMr. Marlon L. Heavrln, of OwensTaffy. Mr. II. E T!tschke recoived a tele boro was the guest of his unelp and gram Wednesday evening that his aunt, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Heavrln Born to Mr. and Mrs. James Shown, sister was dying at the home of her from Friday until Sunday. Mr. of near town, Feb. 11, a girl. The father, at Farmorsburg, Ind. Mr Heavrln was recpntly discharged from little lady has been christened Emma Mischke, and famllv left yesterday U, S. Service, be having served 18 ' Lowe. ' morning for Farmorsburg. Mrs. months in Franco with tho Medical Mischke and their two children, Wal- Corps. For plow, wagon and buggy Har- ter and Vernon, will remain somo ten ness, Saddles and everything in that days, visiting relatives there and at Messrs W. C Blenkenship, J. E. lino see us before you buy and savo Mt. Vernon, while Mr Mischke will Boan, Wm. Fair, A. R, Carson, Dr, money. ACTON BROS. J.' R. Pir'tle, Mack Cook, S, A. Bratch- return as soonas possible. , or Is simplified perfection in. modern TRACTOR con- struction. Unlike the weighty and Channel-SteeFrame Tractors, its motors are not loaded with its bw. weight, and therefore a greater reserve power is left free to give momentum to the tractor and the load it is to draw,. The Samson is built in proper balance, on the most approved plans to the minutest detail, with all working; parts properly incased, reducing dust, mud and' rain troubles to the minimum. N l! Lubrication Perfect The lubricating system is like that of the highest: priced auto. Correct lubrication insures against wearing-,- , with no wear you have no lost motion, no lost motion., means long life. Long life with power sums up the: Samson. The lowest priced, high grade tractor on the market ACTON BROS. t4iV. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Agents for Ohio County. L. Fulkerson, Sales Agent and Field Manager., 'i ItKIXSTATKMKXT OF WAlt IllHIC 1XHUIUXC11' To relievo any confusion that, mny exist In the minds of former scrvlco men on account of the speclnl provision of lapsed V,nr Term Insurance which authorized reinstatement up to December 21, 1919, regardless of date of discharge, announcemot Is made by Director It. 0. Chomeley Jones of the Bureau of War Risk Insuranco that tho provlslonb for ro Instatemcnt of lapsed or cancelled Insurance, within IS months from dntc of discharge, upon payment of only two months' premiums on tho stated, provided tho lnsur6d is in ns good health ns at tho date of dls-- J charge or expiration oi tno grace period whlchover Is tho later date, and so states in his application, still v hold good. provision that discharged The men arc permitted to reinstnto at any time within three calendar months following tho month of discharge by merely paying tho two months' premiums, without making a formal application or a statement ns to health is also still in force. The provisions for reinstatement do not protect a man until ha actually reinstates. If he waits ho may not be in good health as he was at tho time of discharge and consequently may not bo able to secure reinstatement. Don't put off reinstatement. Do it now. D I R EC T O R.Y BEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Bonrd W. T. McKcnney. Clerk It. W. King. . Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal It. F. Stevens. FORDSV1LLK. ; Board W. It. Jonct. Ch'm'n. Clerk Olla Cobb. Pollco Judge C. P. Kesslnger, Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALEXDAR. County Board of Education. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hart ford, Ky. Dlv. No. 2 O. W. Duff, Fordsvllle, Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Cartor, Narrows. Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Roslnew ' Ky. DIr. No. 5 Otis II. Stcvons, Beaver Dam, Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lindley, Center-tow- n, Ky. TImo of Meeting 1st Monday lr February; let Monday in April; lit Monday in Juno; 1st Monday in August; 1st Monday in October; 1st Monday in Decomber. County Bonrd of Examiners 1919 E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sando-fu- r, W. S. Hill. Jan. 24 and 25 Common school diploma examination. Hartford. Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May, 9 nnd 10 Common school Beaver Dam and Fordsvillo. May 1C and 17 County teacher (White) Hartford. examination. May, 23 and 24 County teachers' examination (colored) Hartford. Juno, 20 and 21 County and'Stato teachers' examination (whlto) Fordsvillo. Juno, 27 nnd 2S County ano state teachers' examination (colored " y.i Jw kWwtf at Bvf aW Lwr L7 - JJ TS CIRCUIT COURT. Judge It. W. Slack, Owemboro. C. E. Smith, Hart Coni'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Mar Master Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury FuAd Cal P. Keown, 1st Monday in March i J days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days 3d MonUny in September Civil. 4th Monday in November 12 days Com'th. and Civil. COUNTY COURT. Meets first Monday In each month. Judge Mack Cook. .County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. 'Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jailer Worth Tichonor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Surveyor C. S. Moiley. Coroner E. P. Rodgers. T Hartford. s Camels are sold every' where in scientifically sealed packages of 30 cigarettes or tenpackages(300clgarettes) d in a carton. We strongly recommend this carton for the home or office supply or when you travel. R. J. Reynold Tobacco Co. glasaine-paper-covere- are in a class by themselves easily the CAMELS the most likable cigarette you ever smoked. You can prove that I Simply compare Camels puff-b-y puff with any cigarette in the world at any price I Put quality, flavor and cigarette satisfaction to the utmost test! -- . " VVintton-Saler- N. C. Made to meet your taste, Camels never tire it, no matter how The expert blend of choice Turkish liberally you smoke them Domestic tobaccos makes Camels delightful so "and choice Every yet so fascinatingly smooth and mellow-milnew and keener enjoyment I time you light one you get any Freedom from any unpleasant cigaretty after taste or unpleasant cigaretty odor makes Camels as unusual as they are 1 full-bodie- d, d. FISCAIi COURT. Meets first Tuesday In April and October. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Route 3. " enjoyable. In fact, Camels appeal to the most fastidious smoker in so many new ways you never will miss the absence of coupons, premiums or gifts. You '11 prefer Camel Quality I 2icirBr COAL COMPANIES FACE MfkaW BBCjftfrBB BJJE 'TUTftH ffm fttaTtn "thTp Olaton Tuesday and was buried at ritOFITEERIXG CHARGE that place; Mr. St. Cialr bought a ranch In New Mexico and moved there Seven warrants charging profiteer- a few weeks ago and his child took ing against concerns In both tho east- pneumonia just a short time after ern and western Kentucky coal fields they moved to their now home. The have been taken out by tho Fair Price parents have the sympathy of all who ' Committse of Kentucky, it was an- know them. Mr. George W. Splnks has sold his More, will follow nounced yesterday. farm to R. Miller, who will move into in other counties. Mr. Spinks who raised a crop Stories of coal companies are al- same. leged to bo selling food at prices ex- near Hartford last year, has bought ceeding the markings set by tho com- a house and lot at the county seat, mission, but the warrants, in most where he will make his future home. John Henry In his dogerell to cases, have been taken out under state laws against selling by short the Republican last week said he was contemplating a visit to Haitford soon weight. The Beaver Dam Coal Co., of Hart- and seems to think the population of ford. Is charged with selling food both Hartford and Haytl will tender by short weight. Tho case will coma him a grand welcome, But let him up for trial March 1. The commis- bo warned that a few more inslutlng sion will be represented at tho trial , remarks liko ho'mado last week about by W. B. Kendrlck, state investigator his betters will make it unsafe for for the Department of Justice, and by him to como at all. A word to tho A. D, Kirk, county attorney at Hart- wise is a plenty and then some. WAGE IXCREASES MADE 1JV GOODYEAR COMPANY Akron, O., Feb. 7. Tho Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company today announced that beginning March 15 the minimum wage for male employes would be S6 a day and for woma i workers $4 a day. This plan will apply to those who have been contiguously employed six months or more. . It effects between 25,000 and' 30,000 workers. In addition to establishing- a minimum wage tho company also announced increases of 5 to 15 per cent on hourly rates and piece work effective February 15. - 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bearer Dam. For The Children. 8rd District Q, B. Brown, Slmmoni. Too much care cannot be exorcised 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-towin selecting a cough remedy for children. It should bo pleasant to take, Stli District W. q. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- n. contain no harmful drug and most effectual in curing their coughs and Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. colds. Long experience has shown 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 8th District B. 0s. Rhoades, HartIt is a fameets these conditions. ford, Route 5. m vorite with many mothers! HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. TWO STATE TAX JQI1S OUDKRKI) ELIMIXATKD Clerk J. A. Howard. Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. Frankfort, Ky., Feb. 3. Govern or Morrow today sent a letter to ROCKPORT 'Chairman J. A. Scott, of the State Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Tax Commission, directing him to dls Clerk N. IL Bratcher. penso Immediately with the services Pfllico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. of the supervisor of tax agents and Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. expert. These jobs are held tho tax by Gates Young, of respectively Owensboro, and jonn uuecnei, oi 1 Louisville. Their discharge increases jobs thus far the number of useless abolished by the new administration to thirty-nin5? n. Hartford. July, Hartford. 7-- Ohio County Institute. Sopt., 19 and 20 County ana State, teachers' examination, (white) Hartford. Sept. 26 nnd 27 ford. County nnd State Hart- eachers' examination (colored) Every Woman Wants e. SK i mij.-- ' si Mothers hj--i use CASTOR Always bears the Signature of I A For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years For Weak Women In use forover40years! Thousands of voluntary pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for naml catarrh, sore throat and sore eyes Economical. Hat extraordinary rleaonna and nermiddal vwrr, Sajoie Free. 50c. all drujsrJu. rr by m.J. The Palon Toilet Conipapr. Boton. Mu. J FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douches stop? JrcyS Vermii kftmm af Mm m Wmmm. A Safe, Remedy for Worms " "We intend to have warrants Gas In tho stomach or bowels is a eued in every county of the state disagreeable symptom of a torpid where circumstances justify," said liver. To get rid of it quickly take BALTIMORE UXIOX OF It is a marvelous liver Herbine. Mr. Kendrlck yesterday. FIREMEX IS DOOMED cs stimulant and bowel purifier. Price Sold by Ohio County Drug 60c. Cluonic Constipation. Baltimore, Feb. 7 Tho City m There are peoplo who never have Company. Board of Fire Commissioners decree:! a movement of the bowels without it today that all members of Baltimore's is produced by a cathartic. Most of BROTHERS, SEPARATED ."50 fire fighting force must sever their them have brought that condition on YEARS, TO MEET AGAIX connection with the firemen's union themselves by tho uso of mineral by February 10. Tho firemen will waters and strong cathartics that Hackensack, N. J Feb. 7 San-fo- bo permitted to organize a welfare take too much water out of the sysTuckor, 74 years old, left to- - lassoqlatlon, but It must bo sanctioned tem and aggravate the disease they niKht to visit his brother, John, in by the commissioners and must not nre meant to relieve. A mild laxa- Cuba, N. Y., whom ho has not seen bo affiliated with any labor organiza tive tonic like Chamberlain's Tablets in fifty-si- x years. Both are vete- tion. Some time ago members of affords a gentle movement of the rans of the Civil War and had be- the police force wore given similar bowels that yoif hardly realize has lieved each other dead, until three orders. ., aiM been produced by a medicine, and days ago, when Sanford received a m their uso is not so likely to bo fol- letter from his brother, who had tracTho Owensboro Daily Messenger m ed him through the Pension Bureau. and Hartford Republican, both one lowed by constipation. : , m year for $5.50. liATOXIA WHISKY IS Periodic Bilious Attacks. TUXXELEI) OUT Persons subject to periodic bilious EGG-A-DAY HEN TONIC attacks will observe that their appeCovington, Ky., Feb. 1. After tite falls them just beforn an attack. Have you gotten your checking up whisky at Warehouse That is, thoy do not really crave food Hen No. 2, Latonla, Revenue Agent Harry but eat because It is meal time. If package of Egg-A-D- ay Kiaene and other revenue men frciu they will eat only a light meal and Tonic at the store nearest the internal revenue office at Coxing-lo- no meat, then tako two Chamberlain's ascertained tint fourteen bar- Tablets tho attack may bo av lded. m your home? Be sure your hens have a rels, containing approximately 5C0 ' gallons of whisky, hid been stolon TW1X BOYS WEIGHED warm nest of straw, good An investigation showed .that rafTEX POUXDS EACH ' food mixed with Egg-A-D- ay ters had been cut, and the liquor low. a tunnel which hns an outlet cred to New York, Feb. 7. Ths city has Hen Tonic and clean water. on Green avenue near tho Louisville copped off tho prize for healthy baThoro are ecf-- y bies, which was formerly hold by Oil Give your hens a chance and & Nashville Railroad. cral thousand barrels of whisky in the City, Pa., whoro a 17 pound child jwith eggs at seventy-fiv- e warehouse which is part of tho liquor was recently reported. Mrs. Rose , cents a dozen they will pay belonging to tho Kentucky Distillers' Impelllzzori, of Brooklyn, gave birth At to twin boys which wolghed 10 lbs. big dividends. "Warehouse Company, Louisville present prices tho stolen whisky Is es- each, thus beating Oil City by 2 For Sale by timated to bo worth $28,090. Author- pounds. C. E. Crowder, Horton. ities believe tho liquor was repeved A. W. Johnston Drug Co., Fords-vlllrecently. EMMICK BROS. PAY 9100 C. C. King, Dundee. . FOR OXE HAG SULPHUR SPRIXGS. A.'C. Leach, Rosinp,;Ky, flr Laws & Harrison, Narrows, R. 1. Iloraco Emick, of the Gravol Ridge Smith has bold her Farm went to a Duroc Bred Sow salo Mrs. Sarah A. W. Mldkiff, Narrows, R. No. 2. farm to Arthur Westorfleld and will down In Tennessee last week and purL. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. move toon to near Tichenor's Mines chased a very fine sow to head their Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky, where she has bought another farm. herd. Ho paid four hundred dollars F. Ronfrow & Co., Narrows. The remains of tho Infant child of for her, and seemed much pleased Wallace & Porter, Cromwell. Mr and Mrs Joy St. Clair arrived at with his bargain. Hancock Clarion. A. W. Willis, Hartford. is- -, -( rd n, I -i . ford. - " j tfk iectric jj letters from women, telling of the good Cardul has done them. This is the best proof of the value of Cardul. It proves that Cardui is a good medicine for women. There are no harmful or habit -- forming drugs in Cardui. It is composed only of mild, medicinal ingredients, with no bad after-effect- Succeed when everything else falls. I in nervous prostration ana lemale '.veaicnesse tney are tne supremo remedy, at thousands have testified. itfers M STHitj flve jesrV rontlna teotlmunlftl oat DAe U thn FlllIV'S VKUMUUOK.cati oiler jou. p Kef s bottle atwirt on hand. It will help kerp the little one tiappjanU hcallhjr. 33c. bottle at your drug. Clst'a or renernl tore: or If jour dealer can't tupplr jou tend h!a name and 23c. la ttaaipe and we'll tend jeu a bottla promptly. tt ue fl K I Mai S3 E. & S. FREY BALTIMORE MD. fi A V . ... i is uio .oesi meoicinc ever ii over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE . umimmmmktumnmmmmawmmmmmmm om WILL YOU TAKE OUR FROM CHERRY-BLOSSO- UNO GERMINAL REMEDY A s. The Japancss Give Good Example TAKE CARDUI The Woman's Tonic is a proverb of Cherry Blossom Land that beauty of faco and fig- It BnHVm SfTmiw yTzr Treatment 1 (or WEAK LUNGS or CONSUMPTION A quick relict for that tired, run down (eellne, couchi, pains n chest, niebt sweati. hemor rbacei, weak lungs or consumption. It II dee m Del help you II costs you oolhlnt. Loce Box 010 OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMRlin health. What is ure depend on womanly FORGONE MONTH ifc V g You can rely on Cardul. Surely it will do for you what it has done for so many thousands of other American women often pale, sallow-faced, that makes our with dark circles under tho eyes, and very often old wx o 1 V. 'A ?A o. It should help. "1 was. taken sick, seemed to be . . . ," writes Mrs. Mary E.Veste, of Madison Heights, Va. ''I got down so weak, could hardly walk . . . just staggered around. I read of Cardui, and after taking one bottle, or before taking quite all, I felt much better. I took 3 or 4 bottles at that time, and was able to do my work. I take it in the spring when rundown. I had no appetite, and I commenced eating. It Is the best tonic I ever saw." Try Cardui. womenl at USE LIV-VER-L- AX they should bo in their prime? Women suffer in girlhood ... and headaches, followed ache, spine-ach- e by irregularities and as a result diseases of the womanly organs are more common than any ono but a physician in active practice could suppose. After long experience in tho treatment of women's diseases. Dr. Pierce evolved a vegetable tonic and corrective which ho called Dr. Pierce's Favorito Prescription, This is a purely vegetable preparation, without a particlo of alcohol contained from back For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Teol right all tho time. Don't lay ofl from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Uv- - Vtr-Lo- x keeps yos on your feet, while relioving y our trouj lo. Safor too, and easy to tako. Ponl tako anything else. You can't.afforo it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses ey tern and relieves constipation. A nat ural remedy, naturalin its actions, sure in its effect and certain in results. beforo Lio. Vv-Lo- x wifl completely displaco calomel m ever) home.i Children can tako it freely ant with perfect safety. Every bottlo guar antecd. 60c and $1 in bottles. Non genuino without tho likeness and signs, turo of L. K, GriRsby, For salo by r . Hertford KB- K. X, WILLIAilJ, i. . in it. All Druggists I avvvvvwssxga When a woman complains of backache, dizziness or pain when everything looks lilack before her eyes a dragging feeling, with nervousness, sho or bearing-dowshould turn to this "temperance" herbal tonic. It can bo obtained in almost every drug store in tho land and tho ingredients in WrM sro printed in plain English on tho 'wrappr. Put up in tablets or liquid. Dr. Pierce, of Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, K. Y., will send a trial sizo of tho tablets for ten cents. n, x A ' r 44 haitainh havm still savagls, marine returned -THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56' AUTO TRACK WAGON' -- The World's Standard. You will do your-sel- 1 LAVAL f Sao City, Iown, Feb. Page, a Jackson Township farm boy, declares that savagery and cannibalism nre common In tho republic of n Which Would You Buy? of exactly the same size for sale, located right next to each other, and if the soil was just the same but one farm had 80 acres under cultivation and all in crop while the other had only 50 acres in crop, the crops being the 6ame kind, and the farm with the 80 acres in crop had a big red barn and a good house while the other farm had only a small cabin for a house and an old d stable for a barn straw-and-mu- Haiti. Pago served there with tho Marines and has toh. relatives and friends g episodes here of some lhat marked service for Uncle Sam In tho lslo, Indicating that as much excitement was oxnerlehced thoro as anywhere In the World War zone. Pagq claims that ho discovered that the citizens of tho republic are really savages, believing In voodoolsm, Involving wltchcraft, snako worship and and human sacrifice. Cann'ballsm other South Sea Island practices are Indulged In In tho Interior, according to his statements. Bandits thrive In Haiti, ho avers. citizens ''Cacoes capture or persons belonging to another band and torture them to death," he declares! Pngo was on police duty at Halt! with other Yankee Marines. hair-raisinWest--Indian law-abidi- IFtwo farms YOU were buying a farm and there were an injustice if you don't try the De Laval before buying. It has few- parts, therefore longer life ; makes a better quality of butter fat, having taken all premiums for butter at the Creamery Conventions for the last 25 years ; and there are more De Lavals in use than all other makes combined, which is sufficient evidence of the superiority of the De Laval, tion. Both Phones Which farm would you buy in a case like that it the price was about the same in both instances? Foolish question, isn't it? Well, then SwUcl-Cauptio- and Flftb-Whe- 0 . MEXICAN EARTHQUAKE RELIEF Tho American Red Cross has ap- Call us for demonstra- - propriated $10,000 from Its disaster relief fund for the Immediate relief of tho victims of the recent earthquakes In Mexico. Tho money has been cabled to the Amorlcan consul nt Vera Cruz for use pending the arrival of an Amorlcan Red Cross representative. In the meantime a unit of Red Cross relief workers Is blng recruited as rapidly as possible to take up the task of assisting the sufferers as soon as it can reach the scene. Upon receipt of news of the disaster, which has cost many lives and spread untold suffering over a large territory, tho American Red Cross expressed to both tho League of Red Cross Societies and tho Mexican government Its willingness and desire to The be of nil possible assistance. League cabled from Geneva that it would gratefully welcome action by the American Red Cross on Its behalf, while the Mexican government ex pressed Its appreciation of the offer of help and gave assurance of the cooperation of governmental agencies. " J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Beaver Dam, Ky. 2 that the Weber Wagon's known reputation is unquestioned Which wagon would you buy? Tell us the answer when you are ready to buy a new wagon. We are the exclusive agents in this town for Weber standardized auto-trac- k wagons.' Sold By LUTHER CHINN, Beaver Dam, Ky. THE SOUTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE 56 AUTO TRACK WAGJrT -- If you were buying & new wagon and there were two different wagons of the same size that sold at about the same price, but one wagon had exceptionally well ironed gears, was equipped with a to distribute the strain on the front bolster and prevent whipping of the tongue and rocking of the bolster, and was also equipped with a to relieve both front and rear gear, axles, wheels, and brake of twisting strains when riding over rough ground, chuck holes, etc. a wagon just like the standardized auto-trac- k Weber while the other wagon had none of these features and we have not yet mentioned the quality of wood stock and the seasoning of the Weber to say nothing of the fact "fifth-wheel" swivel-reach-coupli- Home of John Deere Implements, Delker and Her cules Buggies, Owensboro Wagons, Fairbanks-Mors- e Line, Letz Feed Grinders, Gas Engines and Power Washers, Rose Clipper and Blount Plows, Campbell Corn Drills, Harness, Hardware and Feed. i 2 I FARM DEPARTMENT. Essentials of the farm loan associations In the district. Tho bank now has In hand all applications it can safely undertake to close, without tho sale of additional bonds, according to Mr. Howell, and while tho legality of tho act is pending It Is Inadvisable for Federal Loan Hanks to offer farm loan bonds on the market. Although none of tho officials of tho National Farm Loan Board "has over had the slightest doubt regarding the legal sufficiency of tho act, and while tho public lias shown confidence by Investment in the past, were naturally- cautious" Investors hesitant In buying securities whose legal status is ambiguous. I rotary-treasurers Listed For llcof Raisers Genoral Improvement In tho typo and iiuality of Iicrf nnlnials tho country over Is one of tho means urged by tho United States Department of Agriculture for bringing down tho high cost of meat to tho consumer and, at the saino time. Increasing tho profit Somo of tho most of tho producer. essential Items In growing beef on tho farm, specialists of tho department say, nre: Plenty of pasturo and feed. Tho right kind of cows thoso that will produce good calves regularly. A gooflf pTrebred reglsfered bull one that will sire good calves persisTon today by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. The regular hours of labor per week In 1919 were 5 per cent less than In WIS. The figures apply only to persons employed at time rates, and not to piece workers, and include tho bakery, building, stone, metal, mill work and printing trades, and also chauffeurs and teamsters, freight handlers, laundry workers, theater hands and waiters. J ,, Children Cry for Fletcher's tently. hv &. A largo calf crop. This means that nil cows shall drop calves, and that tho calves shall bo properly cared for at birth. Proper caro of tho breeding herd and the calves. Selection of good heifer calves to . v t replace old or Inferior cows. Prevention of disease among tho breeding herd and tho younger stock. Shelter sufficient to protect tho cattle from both severe cold nnd extremely hot weather. A practical knowledgo of fattening Bears the Signature cattlo for market. Marketing to advantage. Thoro Is a Farmers Uullotln, No. The greatest work of tho Mound Washington. Fob. 7 Corrected 1073, on growing beef on tho fan? Builders, the group of mounds at Ca- may be had froo on application flgucs on casualties In tho A. E. F.f that Jiokla, near St. Louis, will bo sacrific to tho Division of Publlatlons, U. S. published today by tho War of Agricrlturo.. brought tho total to 302,-01- 2, First of AH Muko Sure Your Wood ed to factories, It is said, because the Department ground has been unable Instead of 293,001 as shown In Is Rod mid Rich in Fighting Tilni OAvner of the to interest congress or tho legislaweekly reports Spring calves should. bo werfned be- figures compiled from tures of Illinois and Missouri In their SAFETY IN VIGOROUS BLOOD fore tho end of the pasture season in furnished to tho. press. preservation. Tho mounds aro not Kind You Have 221,-0G- 9 Tho corrected figure wore tho fall to allow them bomo tlmo on of their only the greatest works TH CENTAUR COM OWK PITY. wounded, 77,11 deaths, 4,432 If You're Listless ami Depressed grass If winter pasturo can not bo builders but, in the words of Gerard captured by the enemy and three provided. If thoy are to bo finished Minute Get Don't Delay Fowko, of, the Missouri Historical as baby beef the) should go Into dry missing In action. n Good Tonic Society, "are tho most stupendous Casualties in Siberia were not Inlot at tho on', of the pasture iwon nuns nf earth over erected bv human and he-- rcadv for matkotUe following cluded. If you get tho Influenza, see a doc- - hmda golely Qg a monument or tempiQ -- .. June or July. tor at once but why get it? Isn't. ,to Th .iMnk.fl Mound" MAN 111 YEARS OLD It worth while, instead, to take every is 1,080 feet long, or 280 feet longer DIED AT MAXMNGTON precaution now, against getting it? Market Prices and Net Returns than the great pyramid In Egypt., Probably tho best and first thing Its base covers nearly 1G acres. There In determining tho best market it (Madlsonvlllo Hustler.) to do Is to make sure you aro In good are In all 75 mounds. Is not sufficient for a shipper mereWhen Daniel Ford, aged 114, died physical condition. During an opl- ly, to got quotations 'ro:n tho dlfforen: cities and ship t? that market which at Mannington the latter part of last demlc, almost wherever you go you MISSISSIPPI TO CUHH quotes tho hglhest prices, nccordlng week, probably the oldest cltlzon In are exposed to Influenza. As long as MAKKYING TEACHERS Easily of to experts of the United States De- Western Kentucky succumbed. Doath you are really well, the red corpuscles Freight was duo to infirmities das to old ago. of your blood fight oit aim uoieat ui- partment of Agriculture. Mississippi school teachers wouiFalling Off No and other charges must be subtracted IJurlal was In a cemetery near Crof- - !'8oaso germs! But when you aro tired be forbidden to marry during a school ' All factors ton and run down, when you feel all term under the provisions of a bill from theso quotations. Bodily right except that you havn't much passed today by tho lower house of considered, tho bot market Is the THE DRUGGIST'S TURN. I energy or euthuslasm, your blood. Is tho State Legislature. market which hhovwi tho greatest net Thes3 aro a few of tho symptoms provement in your appearance and . tired out too, and you aro an easy returns. However, mo much depend that indicate your blood is weaik nnd you yourself will feel as you know The druggist danced and chortled victim. plai-c- l upon these ence must not bo "There seems to be a great feeling' anaemic and lacking in red corpus- you ought to feel. You can accomplish all theso things n has bocomo famous, of unrest through tho country." cles. Vigorous young men and women quotations unless official, as In many, till tho bottles danced on tho shelves. by simply putting more iron into your all havo rich red blood, but ago and "What's up?" asked tho 30da clerk. as a builder of rich, vigorous blood. cases thoy are merely approximations "Yes, I've noticed that. Most of worry and hardship take tho power blood, through tho use of a natural or opinions as to tho trond of the 'Havo you been taking something?" It helps you up when you are run my clerks yawn so frequently thru form of soluble iron, known as Acid and strength out of this lifo fluid. s. "No. But do you remember when dqwn. It helps you avoid Illness. Or, the dny that I'm dead suro they're mnrHet and aro not usually direct You can supply what tho blood Iron Mineral It contains no alcohol lacks, you can enrich tho blood, you or injurious drugs, nnd will not blackIn casq of doubt tho best plan our wator pipes woro frozen last It helps you recover, If you realized not getting sleep enough." Detroit can bring back tho strength nnd en the teeth. your poor physical condition too late Free Press. is to sell in the market with which winter?" Pills and tonics said to contain iron vigor you once had. if you will tako "Yes, but what" ' Phyplclaus havo been recomenumg Is most familiar, through, 4 tho shipper a teaspoonful of Acid Iron Mineral may havo disappointed you in tho "Well, tho. plumber who flxod them(pep"to-Manga- n Is It to years, In cases of' How far New Soldier for threo times a day. You'll noto tho past, but Acid Iron Mineral will start some one familiar with the goods and effect, first, in nn Increased appetito improvement that you can see, in a has just come In to have a prescrip anemia (bloodlessness.) It Is re- camp? shipper. ways of tho food will begin to tasto good. Tho very short time. Try this method of ' tion filled." Pittsburg Chronlclo About five miles as Old Timer liable, effective, and has a record of i next Improvement will show in your putting iron into your blood it canyears success. T&ko tho crow flies. over twonty-flv- o not fail. Druggists will refund tho APPLICATION FOR FARM sleep you will awaken In tho morni n condl- New Soldtor Well, how far is It If no chances with a LOA'NS TO HE REFUSED ing refreshed nnd feeling lika a now purchaso prico cheerfully If you fail to receive tho improvement you person. REPUHLICAN FIjAG OX n today. It the danged crow has to walk and tlon. Get seek. Your friends will remark tho im DUIILIN'S HALL Is good health Insurance. Stripes. carry a full pack? Stars and That application for farm loans litigation-affectinDublin, Jan,. 30i When the now n is sold In liquid and should be refused until tho For Sale by OHIO COUNTY DRUG CO, Incorporated, Hartford, Ky. Here's a Mothor Good heavens! the constitutionality of tho Municipal Council composed mostly tablet form. Thoro is ho difference PARSONS Jt SCOVILLE, Howling Green, Ky., Distributors. Harmet for the first In medical valuo. Take either kind noto from Ollvlasaylug sho and Mir in tho Su- - of Sinn , Felnors, w" 11011 ill lunu luau iiv .inur ,...-----prome court is ended, was advised by tlmo today It was greeted with tho you profer. But bo eure you got the, old havo eloped! Popto-Mang"aude's".ji Father Good! Now let's gQt busy enthusiasm by hugo crowds genuine Walter Howell, presldont of tho Fed- &?oate3t Republican flag Call on The Hartford Republican for Fine Job Printwas hoisted Tho full namo should bo on tho pack and move away from hero so they cor- -' as the eral Land Bank of Loustvlllo, In como backl ing. Work Delivered Promptly. can't find us.when they ago. (Advertisement.) rospondence sent yesterday to all sec- - on the City Hall. gpv-ornm- ' DELIRIOUS MOTHER DROPS RARE INTO HIG PEN LONDON'S OLDEST WOMEN START LEAP YEAIt RIGHT Pacific Junction, Kan., Feb. 7. London, Feb. 7 "Shall wo get Suffering from pneumonia and in a married? It's leap year, you know, delirious condition, Mrs. Charles Sulyoung man," was I len, 19, wife of a farmer near here, and want a nice the greeting' of "Granny" Lambert, left her bed the other day, seized hep baby and dropped the In- 106, and the oldest woman In London, a reporter who went to Interview fant In a hog pen, where It was quick to on her her birthday. SWITZERLAND TO FOLLOW ly devoured. The visitor edged' toward the door. PRECEDENT HOLLAND SET The mother was later found lying "If you were my husband," said unconscious at tho fenco over which" Geneva, Fob. G Swiss Federal au she had dropped the child. Physicians Granny, with a twinkle, "I'dithrow something at you." thorities, It Is reported, will follow say sho can not recover. tho precedent set by Holland in deal SENT 3,000 NOTES ing with demands from tho Allies for WAGE SCALES 5i PER CENT extradition of Germans who aro the HIGHER THAN IX 1013 Berlin, Jan. 24 Three thousand In this country. Former" Crown paper protests notes In other words Erlnco Rupprecht of Bavaria, as voll Washington, Feb. 6 Union wage have been sent by tho Gorman as several nflnor officers on tho extrades in 1919 scales in to the Entente charging tradition list, is now in Switzerland. averaged 17 per cent, higher than In breach of the armistice. IBIS, and 55 per cent higher than In --- CORRECTED CASUALTY 1913, according to a summary Issued MOUNDS TO HE HAZED. LIST TOTAL IS i)2,(U2 The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been in use tor over over 30 years, has borne the signature of j&JVz- - anohas been made under his per sonal supervision 6ince its infancy. Just-as-goo- d" All Counterfeits, Imitations and are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has teen in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea ; allaying Feverishness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR I A GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS To Avoid The Flu (&Z&JC&&S4 The In Use For Over 30 Years Always Bought . THE SIGNS OF LACK OF IRON IN THE BLOOD Lack Appetite Endurance Vigor in ' Nervousness Tired - , Pepto-Manga- 6t-for- run-dow- Popto-Manga- Popto-Manga- i., , an . , WSiSSHKtKSKKKMMKBKMKKKtK Government Army LOCATED AT THE . i sf&EiiQ. y Beaver Dam Coal m "Has car-loa- Cos New Brick Store N McHENRY, KENTUCKY d of ARMY GOODS per week.r The first day's offering usually for the past six weeks been receiving one has about exhausted the same on account of the exceedingly low prices these goods are sold. m 1 The Next Sale the Army Store will Have About 2 Car-Loa- ds of These Goods It is their desire that every man, woman and child in Ohio County and adjoining counties have an opportunity to purchase goods from this shipment. Therefore, noneof these goods will be sold or offered for sale until on TUESDAY N MORNING, FEBRUARY 17th, at 8:30 o'clock. At this time the ARMY STORE will be opened and first come will lae first served. It behooves you to be on hand early on this day, as the goods, on account of the low price and good . quality, will last but a short time. . The Sale Consists of Men's Army Furnishings, Shoes, Blankets and Various Government " Eatables. Remember the Date, FEBRUARY 17. wmsm Report of tho condition of the liockport Deposit Bank Uolns at tho town, of Rock-porCounty of Ohio, State of Kentucky, at tho close of business on 30th clay of January, 1920. "business t, v RESOURCES. $49,092.27 JLoans and Discounts Ovwrtliatts, secured and 1,447.75 unsecured Stocks, Bonds and other 10.45fl.00 Securities 922.80 from Banks Ino 5,352.59 Cash on hand Baa&lng House, Furniture 4,500.00 and Fixtures ' Total 71,7C5.41 v Capital Stock paid In, In $15,000.00 cash 5.134.5G Saijdni; Fund UatlMdoil Proflts, less ex- 41. 5C wjwbs and taxes paid. . iMjwealK subject $38,348. 5C a eJjftck Hxu Doposlts. jBXWUndlng . ' LIABILITIES. $12,575.47 CC5.2C i.vEMur's checks ...$ 51,589.29 $71,705.11 Total jlalt of Kentucky,) )Sct. uanuT Bank, Poland China Gilts, Six pu,ro-bre- d Poland bred to purebred, C. II. FRAIM, Cashier. uima '"- TSabkcrlbed and swoin to boforo mo uiuno uoar. BRED TO FARROW in MAY AND Chls 2il day of Fob., 1920. Mj- - Commlsblon Expires, April 22, juinij, t'rice fu.uu eacn, worm iwico tho money. Pedigrees furnished free. XSa'J. X..T. REID, Notary Public. Two brood Sows, duo to farrow Feb. Attest: Correct big; 20th. Theso Sows aro J. S. DANKS, typo Poland Chinas and registered. Directors. One Is 3 years old the other 2 years o Washington D. C Over 10,000 old, Price $50.00 each, worth $75.00 dswisarged, disabled soldiers were un- - each. One 10 months old, registered dtsrsoing treatment In Public Health Polund China Boar, big typo. I will Sw-ric- e hospitals, or under contract 'ako $50.00 for this hog and ho is with prlvato hospitals, during Jan. '.woith $100 for he Is going to make ' ttary, according to tabulated returns, tho largest hog that was ever in Tli numbor of appllcanta for treat-rnoD- t Ohio county. Theso hogs aro all under tho War Risk act Is con- first class and as well bred as- you stantly incroasluk, as the men btv will find auywhero In tho United uroe familiar with tho fact that they States. My leason for soiling is that 1 want to quit tho business. In fact, xt entitled to freo treatment. ,1 want to sell everything I have. Como Isoe, and It there is any trade in yau J'JAHTVIKVV. you will own bomothlng. Yours to sell, tflr. Dwen Wells, a lormor citizen 33tt , w. S. DEAN, Dundee. 'juiiI Rural Mull cantor of this coun- big-bonbig-bone- d, ' I ProtMimt and Cashior of tho abovo do solemnly swear that thu nnovo statement Is true to tho bet I of our knowledge and belief. A. D. PARK, President. County of Ohio, ) V, A. T. Park, and C. II. Fralm, ty. died at Kansas City Feb. 3, of In- - MASTER .COMMISSIONER'S SALE and best bidder at tho Court House door, la Hartford, Kentucky, on. Mon- fluenza. .day, March 1st., 1920, at about tho r.i-,- .i Wlgglnton Is on the sick Mrs. Ben L. C. Brown, Special Deputy, BankWglx mQnths tho followlnB described list. UU11UI11S31UUU1. Ill HI., I Miuiuu real estate, lying and being In Ohio Taylor Is dangerously Mrs. Bstsy vs. Notice oi sale. County, Ky., viz: 111. Vig Hocker, et al. Defendants. One lot of ground, and dwelling Pursuant to a Judgment and order house located thereon situated oa the was In Owens-bor- o Mr. Homer Martin of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court en Du Pont Highway adjacent to. tho Monday, with tobacco. oad crossing near Simmons Mr. Geroge Jewell, a former citi icwu xjx , " Ohio Tnnntv Knntiickv. u'""'"s " zen of Buford, died in Utah, Feb. 1st. j hereinafter described real estate for The purchaser will be required to Mr. James Mayfield and son, Eu- the purpose of paying the judgment execute bond Immediately after sale, of the Plaintiff. A. D. Park & Com- with security to lie approved by the gene, were In Owensboro Tuesday pany, against r, the defendant, in tho and a lien will bo rewith tobacco. sum of $238.10, with Interest there- tained on the land sold. to secure the G per cent per an- payment of same. Snid bond to have , Mr. Tom Coots of "Llvla, was tho on at the rate of guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. French num from May 1st, 1915, until paid, the force and effect of a judgment. together with the cost of the above Given under my hand this the 10th Saturday night. ctvlml nrtlnn nnil tho prist nf this sale. Martin, of Webster coun-(- I wlll ofIer for sale at pub.lc outcry day of February, 1920.MARTUC, Chailes OTTO C. ty, has purchased a farm from Mr. .to the highest and best bidder, at the Master Commissioner Q. C. C. I Court House door in Hartford, Ken- - Barnes & Smith, Attorneys. King, and moved to same. Allen lucity, un .uuiumj, Murch x, xj-- v. ' Mr. Alfred French, who has been at about the' hour of 12:30 P. M. to his loom for "the past on a credit of six months, tho follow- -. FASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE, confined three weeks with pneumonia, Is con- ing described real estate wun me un- provements thereon, lying valescent. Ohio Circuit-Cour-t south-eaof McIIenry, Ohio County,! OOu, Plalntlff- TfontnMrir , nnil hnunilpil ns fllriVH. -. ..... W. .,? .... w.... vs. .Notice or sale. PUBLIC SALE Beginning 14 feet from William Rosa Ehret, Defendant. Pursuant to a judgment and order running-21I will offer for sale at public auc- Thompson's S. E. corner of tho Ohio Circuit Couit enfeet south to a stake; thence west of sale at the November 1919. term. tion, on tho 21st day of Feb. 1920, 210 feet to a stake; thence north 210 tered above styled at my 11 vary barn and residence In fnnt In n 0 f n tliann fliat 91 fl ffnf in the commissioner action, directing of said court to containing one acre.(e as Pniitnrfnwn. If" v..' tlin fnllowincr d(i- land sell the hereinafter described real f pioperty: One road Wagon. scribed 0eVt0 vlB Ho?5er by dFcIc Ron.'ostato for tho PurPM of 1)ayInB tho one drummer wagon, two uuggies suaw&rzz one Surrey, two disc Harrows, two V, """ Horses, one extra Saddle, single and page 512, Oh o County Clerk's office. l"D Pald.toROthor The purchaser will be requited to with tho cost of the above styled ac- Farming Impledoublo Harness. immediately after bale execute bond .. i ments and other things too numerous ;..i.v. i.o oX,.Q,i hn tlon and tho co3t of this salo, I will toe sale at public outcry to th? in- - ? A Ilea vM be t ron mulioner lo mention Terms made known on day of sale. 1 on J- Sale begins promptly at 9 o'clock WdsSo!" ? l! ? 2 01 M.. upon u uruuii oi r.U-oF. M. ALLEN, 32t3 ,m,W mv hnnil this thn 10th, slx months, tho following described Fobruiry 19"0 Contortown, Ky. lav of Teal est"to, located and being in tho OTTO c" MARTIN f Enst Hartford 'addition to the City of Master Commissioner O. C.' C. .SALE FOR Hartford Kontucky. lt M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. ... r..t LALLEY LIGHT w POWER f$i n & . .tLrf.d!n'1,ea.le.laCV1P"' ." nrrr-Isslone- LaUrjLighl it a eompUte uift mjint end tiara ft lattrry. It if Hi lil-tttupptut amptt tUxtrieilu or ligklr', valtr pump, loathing tnackine, tienjnr, train trparalor.anninj milt, iron, tie. Ctntraior Preferred by Progressive Farmers Every prospective buyer of an electric light and power plant should know that there is a pronounced preference for Lalley-Ligh- t. onQ-nai- rj st ..- . " for tho Lalley preference, tho fact that it has been in use for ten years would bo sufficient. there are many good reasons the greater Lalley economy, its greater power, ita long life, and the actual savings it makes in time and labor and money. But to-w- lt: Thf is etpccinlly so among progressive farmers the keenest men in every locality. If there were no other reason irn,iM, sot SVeSria tlTottX : p1?':3' "".until iS!Jr. "r JM' 1G, 18 ? f'!Sii"'"" Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Miiiiugcr f FORDSVILLE, & ! i. KENTUCKY. "1. H 9k li "I ! MB nB "I m.m n Si tiBI ' --- I to-w- I Ilnvn vnu a child In vour ho 111 d IIo or 8ho nbQUt 10 or 12 yoarB ol( can PI,erato a Sharpies Separator as &g Qn oWof pQrBoni thfl on,y lHf. orenco you will get thru quicker than niiil.i fnr vnu will turn faster than the child. For w Sharpies Is GUAR- ANTEED to get all Wio cream at any speed, Call or wrlto WILLIAMS & DUKE for a free demonstration. 31-- tf East Hartford Addition to tho city of Hartford, as shown by plot of said dition which Is of record in Deed and 10 in Block "K"; lots Nos. 5, G, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15. 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22. and .23 In 16, block "L": lots Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10. 11. 12 and 13 in block "P", iu 3.4. PUBLIC SALE, We will offer for sale at One saddle. 23 shares, $25 each, in the residence of W. F. Smith, deceased, at Horton, Ky., Farmers' Milling Co. of Feb. 17th, the following: Beaver'Dam. One complete stock of Two horses, 15V hands ' " groceries. high, 7 years old. Two mules, 16 hands high, Three plows. :j One hay frame. o and 6 years old. One corn sheller. One milch cow. One 0 Two road wagons. Mogul Tractor. h One log wagon. cultivator and One Martin ditcher. other articles too numerous One set burrs for corn mill. to mention. One pair platform scales. Terms will be made wagon harness. known on date of sale. Four sets JESS W. and LEONA SMITH, Administrators. , - Hartford, Ky. MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Jessie Fogle, Plaintiff. Ohio Circuit Court vs. Notlco of salo. Alvio Fogle, Defendant. Pursuant to a Judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court entered In the above styled action at the November torm, 1919, directing mo to soil tho hereinafter described real estate for tho jmrposo of paying tho judgment of the plaintiff against the defendant In the sum of $50.20 with tho cost of this action and tho cost of this salo I will offer for salo at public outcry to the blghoit or Book 31, page 233, Ohio County Clerk's offlco. Said lots being sumo land conveyed to Cessna Realty Company by T. L. Taylor and wlfo, Mary A. Taylor, and Georgo R. Lynn and wjfo, Mary E. Lynn, by deed dated the 12th., day of August, 1907, and of rocord In deed book 31, pago 583, Ohio County Clerk's office, and convoyed by Cessna Realty Company to 8. S. Maple by deed dated March 4, 1911, and of record In deed book 40, pago 214, Ohio County Clerk's offlco. , The purchaser will bo required to execute bond Immediately after salo, with security to be approved by tho A Hen wlll bo retaincommissioner. ed on the land sold as additional security! Salil bond to hnvo the force, and. effect of a judgment. Given under my hand this tho 10th day of February. 1920, OTTO C. MARTIN, " Master Commissioner, 0. C, G. M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. 10-2- One-toot- A T A AflTf