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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, before which the present condition would pale Into Insignificance Subscription $1.50 per Year. NUMBER 34 FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1920. W 1 J r. States stated that if there were satisfactory settlement there CORONER'S INQUEST i would no a "withdrawal by the UnitFAUGHT Of tho 127 boys and girls ItKV. FUQUA'S RECORD. European affairs " ON LEXINGTON DEAD Nettor.F. Faught died at his homo tho examination conducted who took ed States from ON F1EUME AFFAIR at Fords-vlll- That denial came from Mr. Tumulij nenr Olaton, Sunday night of a comDeaver Dam, and Hartford, in at tho White Houae. Nov. n. E. Fuqua, of this place( In other quar of Influenza and pneumonia, of various bination the, Inst two days of January, an oven ters it was held, however, that tno who has been pastor Lexington, Ky Feb. 1G. after a short Illness. The remains Wilson Protest and Ultima- - churches on tho North side of Hough were burled Mondny afternoon, In tho one hundred mndo tho required assumption thai the United States John Anglln held an Inquest Coroner this afgrbdo entitling them to Common would withdraw altogether Is necesIUvor for several years has a record ternoon burial grounds on his home farm. tium For Jugo-Slav- s School Diplomas. sarily well founded, If the premiers victims into tho deaths of the six for conducting funornls, hard to beat. of the mob riot In Lexington, e Disregarded West Nocre'ok mado tho best record of France, Italy and Great Brlt.iln do There have been BOYD when percentage of tho total number not thoroughly and adequately cx- - last Monday in connection with tho buried In the Clear Ilun Cemeatterilpt to lynch Will Lockett, slayWarren Boyd passed away Sunday tery and the fui cral services held afternoon, at his home near Salom of pupils in tho district Is compared '"plain their secret and otfecslve diplo TTflV Ttl- lHO ...na-Anniliintnil w v with the number passing, as exactly ria y. The President's note, it wis' er of. ltftlo Geneva Hardman. . LWHUU..t,u n 'ril... 1. .. Paris. Feb. 10. Qrent Britain 1U1 UO nwreceived calls to .u.. In tho caso of Benjamin F. Carrier unless uijauiu r. llllli:il, Ultui Ull lllMA.a nt mnfn mu 25 percent of the pupils secured stated, was intended to serve notl.-- j conduct1 Ho c year, of tuberculosis. His body was diplomas. and Franco, In their reply to Presl - 'Jua the verdct of the Jury was that ho Tho Chapman District led that tho United States will not bo of threo of tho others but dent Wilson's "bombshell note," funerals sickness or absence from Interred in tho burial grounds at Sa in total numbers, having 9 applicants. party to European secret diplomacy a was not in any way Identified With owing to atand pat on their Adriatic policy, the community could not officiate, the lem, Monday evening. 8 of whom passed. and will resent any attempt of the tho riot and his death was purely ac which he has vetoed. Miss" Florine Miller, of Taylcr heads of European governments to cidental. his date other two were burled before SANDEFUR. In the cases of the other five, L. M. The noto is signed by Premiers as pastor In that community. Mines, enjoys the distinction of lead settle, without consultation with the Is William F; Sandefur died at his ing the Lloyd Georgo and Millcrand and list, having made en United States, any questions In which King, John M. Rogers, J. L Thomas, entire homo near Mnnda,. Sunday, of heart average of 99. "" James Massengalo and William Efh- said to record the allies' absolute de- ONLY A BANKER MAY the Unltqd States has an interest. trouble, brought on by a complicatermination to go through with tho Following is a complete DO SUCH ODD STUNTS political circles the President's rington, the verdict of the Jury was' of list In tion of diseases. Burial of the re- those who successfully passed program ngroed on amo.ig themselves the ex- note to the premiers was regardedus that they came to their deaths from mains, took place at Mt. Zlon Monday Italy bolng the third party. amination: Mut Hunter, Cashier of the Dank of his answer to reports which haye wounds resulting from 3hots fired by Mr. Sandefur was well Urlufly, this program confronts the 1Iartford gauntered ,to our office afternoon. Gertie Kuykendoll, H. S. Sinnett, como from Paris and London that he tho Stato militia and by other unthroughout the County, hav- Mary Pirtle, persons. nrdom of Jugo Slavia with tho th,8 wcek wlth n C0Hec- - known Beatrice, Ford, Orabel was to be deserted by the allies. He known evcnlnB Twenty-tw- o witnesses testified at choice of accepting tho compromise tlon of rare coins, among which was ing at one time been prominent' in Thomasson, May Godsey, Lena Henry, is letting them know, it Is thought politics. of January 20 or seeing the William Boswell, Clyde Bartlett, Wal- that casting him aside can not bo the Inquests. Cornorer Anglln said he n $3.00 gold piece, a $2.50, a $1.00 secret pact of London enforc- and last, a twenty-fiv- e cent piece of ter Westerfield, Ruth Lowe, Grace done without consequences; that if found a revolver on tho body of J. L. KOBINSON ed to tho letter. Tho compromise Is the same yellow stuff, tho 'first wq Hill, Ena Westerfield, Audra Mur- the premiers of Europe continue to Thomas of Versailles. The revolver, Bob Robinson, a former resident of phy, proposition, whkh had ever seen. n Delhert Whlttaker, Nina Cornelf, Ignore him in connertlon with Euro- he said, was In Thomas' right shoe, .. uwensuuru, ihsi makes Flume a free city under Juris,, , .Geneva Howard, Myrtle McCormlck, pean settlements they may expect re- hidden by his trousers and overalls. ., fact is wo have nevor taken uiiio uouniy, uiuu . Tho . UU.T, M. .......-- . - w......... The weapon was produced at the Indiction of tho Longuo of Nations. Edith Tinsley James Bozarth, Clime prisal. much to money of any sort, only quest and was fully loaded. It was kingdom Bankers and big profiteers are able bio duration. His remains worn Balrd, H. E. Bennett, Richard WilIt gives tho On the face of the Indirect state. considerable advantages, such as the 'iQ concct coIns of raro dimensions and brought to Bosine, where burlnl'tool: liamson, J, V. Henry, Fi.die itllon, ments mado from Europe and those of That the crowd was on the steps of cession of Albania, but It docs not dates, such as those displayed by place Sunday afternoon. tt made here today, conclusions Stone, Annabell King, there Amanda give all tho Jugo Slavs want. Thj Slut', the Danker. the Court House when the shooting e appeared to lie warranted. Ford, Lucille Westerfield MYERS Is oven lesj pact of London, however' started was the substance of the tesm Nollie Dayton Blair, Bennett, Dennis Myers departed this llfoi timony. The number in the crowd acceptable to them. BISHOP FAUGHT. HARTFORD TOWN TEAM Goebel Thomasson, Eramus Bishop. flatly opposed Tuesday, at his, home near Goshen, rushing the Court House was place! President Wilson VANISHES BEAVER DAM Evelyn Hunley, Hubert E. Bessie after an illness of several years du- LIndley, Victoria Canary, Corinne at from twenty to 100 and estimates this whole proceeding of territorial Mr. Atrlce Faught and Miss Nellie tho- remains took shooting lasted varied barter and Insisted on American partiTho Beaver Dam town Team met ration. Burial 01 Ward, Lydia Pirtle, Ethel Rldieson, Bishop, accompanied by Mrs. O. M. of the time the cipation in the final settlement. In the Hartford Basket Ball Team on tho place Wednesday afternoon, at Gosh Erma Dolores Miller, Lorene Condit, Bishop, eluded their friends and went from five seconds to a minute,"" acdefault whereof ho mado a strong floor here, Saturday night In one of en. Mr. Myers was wiueiy Known Bonnie Sosh, Heabron Glldsleeve, Or- - to Rockport, Ind., Wednesday, Fob. cording to the testimony, of the witnesses. threat, tho exact nattiro of which Is tho best games seen hero this season. and mu ch respected by all. Villo Hoover, Glenn Higgs, Martinejll, where they wero united in It was shown that shots were fired not yet fully disclosed here, though Who tho gcoro W9JJ ,arge,y , favor Morrell rlage. Mrs. Faught was a resident of Gertrude Pirtle, JIAKEIt ' community. Mr. from the County Judge's office, where the general understanding Is that It ' Hnrtford yct tno work shoW( ed tho Star Hoover, Earl Bartlett, Bornlco Ford, the Lon Mr. J. Warren Baker died at his Magistrate, W. S. Hunt said, nobody nmountcd to (he ultimatum that if two teams almost evenly balanced, Jones, Lena Oma Ward, Anna (Faught resides at Centertown. Each in- - Zonla was in the room but himself and a America was not consulted and the other than in the caging of free home near Goshen Tuesday of Maud Durbln, Noel Patton, Myrtle 'of the parties are deserving and very soldier, the latter firing twice out 9 Adriatic problem settled without her flings. James Olenn did tho best fliipnzn nnil nnniimnnln. after a short LIndley, Anna Louise popular with their many friends. Wnnnrnl sorvlrpa wp.rn r.nn - "e"e' lllnoco consent, sho would no longer concerr pitching at the netted circle over seen the window. This Clears any conflict- ducted Wednesday afternoon by Rev herself with European affairs. tng evidence concerning shots from LOUISVILLE MARKETS. in Hartford, and we doubt if it ha3 Clay Leach, Willie A. D. Litchfield, of Princeton, after the County Judge's office . and b; Kxnct Words Not Clear. over been excelled by any one In tho warns, uiayion nocitsr, o. u. "" which the body was buried at Goshen Injur Tlnccnll V.m Pnrtnr. T.nrlnnucutu, whom they wero fired. Cattle Prime heavy steers $12 Mnri. version Is that ho threat- county. Ho sunk the ball through .. .. . Another MWUU., Mr. Baker was an aged and highly UMJ Some witnesses sa'd they saw Coun-- 1 13; heavy $10.50 ened only to withdraw American con- tho old castlron ring' 14 times out respected c tlzen and will be greatly, Steers Floye" W: medium $9.5010.50; ty Judge Bullock fire out of his of cern with tho wholo Adriatic affair, of 15 chances and nearly all of the missed in his community. fat heifers fice window. Others, Including Court Avhich Indirectly would mean primarij Raines, Mildred Taylor, Vera Rhoad, light steers $S.509.50; throws wore clean cut and clear of ly Italy. hoop. uogers, $8 11; fat cows $7 10; medium House officials, swore Bullock was hi tho jonnatnan 1 Frank Casebier, CALVERT cows $67; cutters $5.50,6; can the Circuit Court room when the But whatever may have been the Boaver Dam had more chances by n r Bessie Russell, Lois Hudson, Florine it H' nirnrr iit niinr shooting occurred and that Bullock, precise extent of the threat, tho far,, than Hartford, but to save them, Ba- town.' died' of pneumonia Monday MlUer, Claracy Williams, Maiirlne $79.-?- ' did not leave the Circuit Court room Trench and British premiers havo de- they could not locate the basket on Wall, Josephine Pirtie, ,"- Loretta shootin'g had ended. cided to take tho risk and in their freo trials. 18 fouls wero called on '.f..-l.."?! Mary Walker. Mabel- McCarty. Leon- - CO; cholqe milch cows $100125; until after the ! mi iiiimi nriii. 1.11 aru Neighbors, Marvin George Lulgart said he was hit by, Wash- Hartford during tho last epifcode. nil iiiih reply, believed to have reached medium ?75100; TTa Innvoo n l f rt rhfanl enna rhot while standing in the rear of tlm ington by this time, announce that Tho great number of fouls given rmna host'p'f other roll rflster' Alma Murphy. Mary E Jolly. 75. . they can not turn bnck. One press both teams would naturally Indicate one grandson and a Y1... II.. T.. T)nnntn Onwtnv Mthd .na Calves Market active and steady. crowd, but was not much huit. "caa,u v""lc" """ " "7 o ing reason for this is that they havo tnat ti,0 gnmo was not played by atives and friends to mourn his loss..""" tche' J ary Fines E Best veals $17 17.50; medium $9.50 f,11 Funeral services were conducted Ida n solu MAYMASON .promised, tho Italian premier 12.50; common $5 7. ladies, although a large number of f,nm i,i r.Mnn, T,.o,inv ovoninp-- ' Brooks, Cora Lee Ray. lrglnia M. tion ono way or tho other beforo ho tho fouls charged to Hartford wero Hogs Prices dropped 75c on all Iaude Allen and Beulah Durke Mr. Robert Mason and Miss Sallye weights. Best hogs, 250 pounds up leaves London for Hom6 to report to called on Claude King, who played by Rev. L. AV. Tichenor. Intorment Bratcher. Cemetery. his peoplo who are clamoring for a contcr, because he did not know Just in Walton's Creek 120 to250 pounds $14.50; May were married in Springfield, $13.25; .sottlmcnt. Diss SO to 120 pounds $12.25; 90 Ohio, on the 12th 0 the present whnt to do with tho hand ho was not !owPiriATPAliL FOIt ...-.-,- SUCCUMBS TO PNEUMONIA. Messrs.Mlllerand and Lloyd George, using when tho ball was being put in REPUBLICAN CONVENTION pounds down $10.50; throwouts $11.- - month. Raburn Willis Martin, the 13 The Groom is a son of Hon. I. S. in the reply, rush to Italy's defense j,myt . Kng Bays they wont and 50 down. Decline in sympathy with against tho Implication that slui I changed the rules on him since he months old son of M- and Mrs. and Mrs. Mason, of Buford and the orother points. In accordance with the call and. Shockney Martin and great grandson motivated by selfish ambitions. Thus played last. Sheep and Lambs Offerings con- Bride is a' daughter of Mr. Frank Republican State Central of Wm. Schroader, of Red Hill,. died der of the for tho first time, tho three of both teams played lighfand prices un- May, deceased, and Mrs. May, who All members s Committee, issued Jan. 14, 1920, the tinue extremely formerly resided here, but for some form n United front agulnst tho a good game, tho guards being well nt his homo .in Akron, unio, Feu. rp,. Republicans of Ohio County are here changed. Bulk of tho lambs $14 The nf lirnnplitnl nnniimnnln. American President. on. to their Jobs as tho score indicates, ' called to meet In County Mass 15; strictly good materially higher; time resident of Owensboro. ,n..,0 wp-- o i,,n!ii l.nofc- hnra t n Both of 'tho 'young people are popuIn tho past stages of tho Adriatic each team making 4 field goals. Tho 12; best $10 lighter at the1 burial Wednosday 11, and laid to Convention Kentucky Court House in sheep kinds around quarrel, Franco and Britain elthor jjn up lar in this community and wherever on Saturday. $7; bucks $G down. cemetery Tno Hartford, known, and have the best wishes of a have been on tho fence or openly on !)jt.V(.r i)lun Hartford rest in Mt. Vernon Produce Markets. parents and friends have tho sympa-- 1 Feu. 2S, 1920, at one o'clocic, f. w., ' 'his sldo against their nlly. In this n0Kers, 16 host of friends. Eggs Cnlidled 46c dozen. F. Glenn, standard time, for ' the purpose of thy of all who know them. change obser'vors profess to see a slg- - jtondor, F. Taylor, electing 33 delegates and a like numButter Country, 32 33c" lb. FAIRVIEW. nlf leant sign. Yet, Italy herself is Hoover, C. King Poultry Hens 25c lb.; large ber of alternate delegates to repreLOYD CHILDREN xtremoly anxious to retain the good 'oardner, G Duke, sent Ohio County in the Republican spring chickens 21 25c lb,; small .On Monday, Edward, a young son will of tho United States anu nor Keown, Bro. Phillpps filled his regular ap. G. Barrass, Convention called to meet in spring chickens 25c lb.; old roosters of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Loyd died, .and fitnto Slgnor NittI, has openly de- Alford premier, Wednesday, 1315c lb.; stags Sub Kentucky, Louisville, 1820e lb.; pointment at this place Saturday. on the following day Janle, a little clared that "America can annul every Mr. and Mrs. J.' S. Hughs and March tho 3, 1920 at 1 o'clock, P. M., ducks 2325c. lb.; turkeys 35 40c cvlvl w Mm onmn nnrrloa nlcrt rilnrl . ., , l,rt G ntn of lb.; geese 19 decision." children spent Saturday with J. R. 2? toi rf niu MMtnw 4.v.u, Mtwv 20c lb.; guineas 35 12 l" Both deaths were due to Influenza " UIU" note takes conThe Franco-nrltlsWilson. to larso and alternate delegates f ho 50cAipiecb. tnd whooplngcough. Burial of the National Convention of the pains, It Is averrod, to em- CENTRAL CITY SQUELCHES . Mr. Buck Burton is going to Owsiderable . .. took place t Walton's Creek. OAK GROVE. phasize Italy's sacrifices In tho war n uiiy vutuii ul . ensboro with a load of tobacco this HIGH SCHOOL HARTFORD ciiu x iuca .11 vitiv.tiui Tuesday and Wednesday, week. and tho high motives and ideals for Illinois, Juno tho.8, 1920, and for the ' 'whlqh she embraced tho allied causo Health in this part of tho county Mr. and Mrs.Garland Nelson and further" purpose of nominating two Hartford High School Five Journey INFLUENZA SITUATION. words which recall many nn Identi- ed to the metropolis of Muhlenburg electors from tho State at large, to bo Is not very good. Wo have seveial Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Nolson visited cases of flu. Mr. and Mrs. John Wright this week. cal argumont flung by Italy Into the last Friday and mot a Waterloo at the New cases of Influenza since last votod tor in tho election to bo held visMr. Earl Smith, Mrs. Chancellor, of Louisville, wui faces of her allies with no llttlo bit- hands of tho Contral City High School report Nov- 2' 1920,. and for the numler 74. pneumonia ited his parents, Squire Smith and burled at the McCord cemetery Sunterness only a few months back. night, being massacred lng a total of 398 cases of Influenza further purpose of selecting 33 Quintet that wife, Sunday. day. Death was duo to the flu. At the "same tlmo that tho reply to and Interred by the count of 44 to 18. December 1st, and 10 cases of Bates and 33 alternate delegates to Mr. Nate Koown has left his farm Mr. Wavy Wilson spent Sunday President Wilson was dispatched Congressional Dp- Walker, Barrass, Harper,, Ellis, T'iu entdemic now an,!tclil1 th Fourth Lloyd George, as president of tho now Williams and Crowe as Sub., comtrict Convention which meets at Ell and moved to Cromwell, Mr. Janus with Mr. Lewis prown. pcars to bo on tho wane, except in "peace conference" at London, noti- posed tho team on tho Central City The Misses Ford, of Hartford, aro zabethtown, Ky., Tuesday March the Kesslnger has moved on said farm. delegation in Lon- excursion. Tho boys all returned the Centertown vicinity, and wo be 2, 1920. fied tho Mr. H. K. James, of Cromwell, will visiting Mrs. Frank Wright this week. don that the. allies' attitude is un- - alive and sound, but from quiet to llevo that tha ltunt!on will show Mr. C. C. Duncan is cutting his Witness our hands, this the ICth novo into our community, in the next from now on. changed, that tho virtual ultimatum ,nute na t0 tho gametimber for tho Ford Bros, to saw few days. day of Feb. 1920. . JUDGE MACK COOK, or January so, sianus to Mr. W. J. Sankford's little girl. a fow weeks. . E. G. BARRASS Chairman. Belgrade government, WASH DUNCAN DEAD The Ch'm'n. Republican Executive Com. Flossie, who has been confined to her E. B. PENDLETON, f W. S. TINSLEY, SHIPBUILDING FRAUD. Is fully expected to take heart bed for quite a time, is Improving. Secy. Board of Health. Wash Duncan, colored, died at his President Wilson's attitude and from The most plentiful things we have Secretary. ;U Capt. J. A. Blaln, district' mana-gdefy tho allies. There are reports of .homo In East Hartford, Sunday night in this neighborhood now are mud PERMITS TO MARRY. cricls In tho kingdom, tho after being ill a short time, of "flu" of the shipping board In Oregon roads aro so bad that It' an internal holes.. The BREAK IX "BIO FOUR" MAY' Ho lived alone in Davldovltch cabinet having resigned and pneumonia. BE END OF A. M. PROTEST takes four horses to pull one case of 'and Washington, has been indicted R. A. Danks, of Nelson, to Athol a llttlo shack In tno eastern portion Woods, of Coralvo. eggs to Cromwell, to market. for fraud. He Is charged, wlih re because Prince Regent Alexander na- of town and hai been very HI for a Dr, Allen is so busy going to see ceiving commissions from tho Stewart to dissolve tho provisional Washington, Feb. 10. The proRosel Park, Route 5, Hartford, to tional assembly and order new elec- few days beforo It became known, Marian B. Thomas,. R. 1., Hartford. test of tho United States government tho sick that they had to get out a Davit anil Equipment Co., of New York, amounting to $16,000 on sales then only porhaps by failure of his tions. Georgo W. Claxton, McIIenry, to to the allied primo ministers against search warrant to find him. ' In official circles hero, the view nppearanco upon the streets. , their secret agreement settling the Charlie Porter says when his drugs made by the company to the shipping Lula Witham, McIIenry. Wash was known by almost every Flume questions contrary to President got a llttlo short ho Just brings an- board. was cautiously ndvancod that the two r a man, woman and child in ami around PUHL1C SALE. Italy and Tclng'doms Wilson's plan, means, according to other bucket full from Green River - I'nrtford. Ho was or a rather Quite a number of tho tax payers FOR SALE. Because of tho Inclement weathor nil officials, a serious break in tlin . might best be left to settle the AdrlaI was (Tuablo to proceed with my sale 'Big Four,'- even tho the protest be havo been raised on their property; problem between themselves. Pro-- ( centric nature, loyal bdjond the My house and lot In Hartford, Ky. Nittl himself is said to havo sug- - 10, to tho few nhoni ho doomed his last Saturday, but will without fall considered for the present as rcfer-In- g Land seems to have goue up. Tobacco bed burning' and seeding Tho nrlce is right, to the Adriatic question alone. gested 'this, saying It might be tho friend and Just about tho best hater have same Saturday, Feb. 2(1. ' ' 30tf LOUIS 'T, RILEY. E. E. RHOADS. It Is denied that the note of the seems to be the order of the day. best way to prevent a state' of chaos one could find in a days travel. OHIO COUNTY DEATHS COMMON SCHOOL DIPLOMAS .United AUK GIVEN 100 APPLICANTS not a c, -- Jorty-thre- par-son- s 1, 11 I now-famo- us glvo-and-ta- r 111 V- -- Jugo-SIn- v Loc-ke- .Aza-le- - mar-Taylo- r, I 1 ( I ll'Lm!"d' TV Tw I I yTzLiAo,, - v..., T" 1111111 1 111 1111 11 .f. - JJJ Seioo. , ii I "' T I : - -- allled-na-tlon- s - j .,., . - h "" -- Republl-romal- ns . ; ! ?.mak-Tuosda- y - dele-sln- co Jugo-Sla- v i - A . 1 - Jugo-Slav- la moan-Avhl- le or od -- Jugo-Slavl- oc-t- ic or aver-ml- - I . . '. MEO-BRITISI- I the discharge of 'soldiers unless we ALLIANCE URGED will consent to bo hold up and grant him tho request which ho makes and which would bo an indorsement of all of the inefficient work that has been IgjnoTe "League And Wilson going on In the War Department. "I think thero is nothing porhaps Visionary Ideals Is that will come beforo Congress at this 31x4-inc- h .French Advice session that Is going to determine whothor or not wo are to havo real, elllcient management In tho executive Parts, rFiib. 14. Thn Kronen pros departments and the discharge of usecaroyalsn Sctr a strong Franco-Britis- h less clerks. It is here discovered tint aJU&nre .lias been suddenly revived, the Secretary of War threatens, in a same cars amX tt Is supported by sqmo of the letter addressed to the chairman of on Appropriations, lending; .men of tho republic. Tim tho Committee wbrfo nfter some days of the that he will not answer and can not big, gives again.! answer letters with regard to disTiU.m-recriticism directed ."BriCtnlri's policy, has swerved back to charged soldiers unless wo give this carriages. appropriation, and yet, out of tho Ibcdamor for unbreakable bonds Xhts l.wo countries, and Is lump sum appropriation of $4,000-00- 0, demanding that France ho has created In his office a and "Britain abandon "tho visionary publicity bureau for what nobody sao&ls ml "Wilson" and leave the knows with a man at the head of It drawing $3,900 a year. That pubJUeaccnot NatlpiiB to take care of 31x4-inc- h utYhe samo time signing a strong licity man Is there now with a force 30x3-- , 30x3'2- . s, Department had binding the two The War SrraSjrflf allanco under sizes. in Jhc common defense of their during normal times, in rough figures, approximately $2,000,000 for Its trislfc inn world over. waiting, StYij sudden return to this line of clerical force In Washington, and that tires doubt, to the amount Is carried now In the bill for Sirisrucsanda Is duo, no because, rrvnlterilng of tho flermnn bugaboo, this year. In addition to that tho builds sizes, owing to ihe new fear that Germany legislative bill carried $3,500,000 as its tone tt ."her nttitudo In tho last few a lump sum for securing tho draft 20,000 a ci.uyj;. -- will fcend all her efforts t records for the adjutant generals of vado-3nobligations under tho Ver- the several States. In addition to to I appro sailles iu.nty. that there Is another lump-susizes On .diplomatic circles hero no secret priation of $4,000,000 for clerks in "of tho tact that America's the War Department for the year. 'is MSiiilo t, Maxwell, wlSSirJrawnl from tho European "green Let us see how that was allotted by SxaittT 1 a considerable relief both the Secretary of War. That approsizes, go Go 33riliiln 3ind franco. It Is priation of $4,000,000 was given be Service upnarenl that the statesmen cause Congress wanted the Adjutant atthesBiWD nations havo "abandoned General to be able to get the record PrssiBient "Wilson to his fate," as one of the soldiers of this war promptly, ."Paria (organ puts It and that they now and not hold those' records open for mean travel the arduous path of 30 years. The letter of the Adju reconstruction without America, but tant General Is rather misleading", not Crsaiy "bound to each other. intentionally. The Adjutant Goneral The Taris papers havo "featured would have you believe by that letter conspl rami sly tho American naval that for 30 years aftter the civil war prcsnun, showing ,that the United there was a force employed, whereas, Stales Jius taken up second place as a matter of fact, a force was not among the world sea powers and first placed in the War Department to place among tho merchant marines compile the records un,til about 30 .Alfred Capus, mombor of the acad years aftor the clo?e cf thf: civil war emy, -- finds up an article entitled "Let us see what the Secretary of Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes are thick, strong tubci that 30x3l& Goodyear Double-Cur- e Aor00 "Alliances" with theso remarks: reinforce casings properly. Why risk a Rood cubing with a War did with the $4,000,000 that we Fabric, All 'Weather Trcadj re- gave cheap tube? Goodyear Heavy Tourist TuIioj co little more Confronted with him for the force to furnish the than tubes of Icsj merit. 30.v3'j in muter- - $"290 30::3V& Goodyear Single-Curfusal Va deliver her criminals, we can information that the boys who have $"('765 proof bag JL g Tread Fabric, Anti-Ski- d treaty, to secure been discharged want and should only resort to tho snpsUanp.ntary pledges and present have. The Secretary of War took for Germany with a bill of damages for his own office $277,000 and yet he .her violation of the signed contract. has the statutory peace-tim- e organi"IJnl such a measure is Impossible zation in addition. He gave to the nnlcBs the interested parties are Surgeon General of the United States IjoTiad together in formal conven$335,000. He gave to the Director of tions. "Without an alliance any treat-me- Purchase, Storage and Traffic $418,-00- 0. is sure to become a scrap of r. He gave .o the Chief of OrdOur alliances dominate the sit- nance $CSO,000. What are these uation. The policy toward Russlt clerks doing? They are down there jail KJernmny, and peace itself, now doing the work for officers who 8aVBfcuiuaWBBaKgmEravaxHmTy'ttagiira upon alliances." MMuinnii,ia: wuaKExsnr imit mipjrua will not resign, who are here in Wash WBKW1I o ington, as a rule drawing more salary "TEV.hnn ithn bowels become Irregular than they could draw at home not yon aic uncomfortable and tho longer all, by any means, but in the main than the European conception of it. peace not only as to Italy and tho stances that all Italy now denounces so many former citizens of Italy In this, condition exists tho worse you preparing work in tho Ordnance De- Europe is not worrying over the Adriatic, but also as to tho Jugo- - Mr. Wilson as unanimously as It for- - this country. Wo know them and Ilk merly praised him? feel. "Sotrcan get rid of this misery partment, sending up to Congress wording of tho reservation on Article Slavs. them and wo could not do without Visquickly by using Horblne. Take a this plan and that scheme." Americans aro strongly in favor of them. New York American. X or on tho Monroe Doctrine. It is remr.vkablo In tho clrcum- dose on going to bed and seo how fine count Grey's statement, the fruit of you fwK. next day. Price COc. Sold is his candid Investigations here, m by Ohio Drug Company. high welcome, and ought to bo helpFOR FLETCHER'S . ,, ful. It has put It beyond tho presiu&t i dent's power, to claim nny longer that tOl'ilTI0A'Ij PAltAGIIAPHS. in opposing the Senate's reservations Dollars mid Cents. I 'Waslilngton, February That thero ho is fighting the league's battle and Counting it only In dollars and 5 1 I frz 2B.C0 superfluous clerks In cents, how much did that last cold Europe's Instead of his own. New . V H U U UUIU1H KirV n MM K W7 19 Ufl 1 I J )l 0 jm II i I York Tribune. "Wwabnwiton in .spite of the necessity 1 S cost you? A man may not always Mm ED l o faw A most rigid Governmental ccon-oastop work when ho has a cold, but to Mtestert by Representative J. perhaps Speaking of Ilryan'ts opposition to it would bo better It ho did. "Vf. Uoou, ut Iowa, chairman of the his candidacy for President, Govornor about ton days to get com- Hems eommittoo on Aiproprlations. It takes says he does plotely rid of a cold under tho usual Edwards, of New Jersey, Xo wiminontiiig upon tho failure of not think It lmportpnt that ho should treatment. That time can bo much tit Administration to eliminato the shortened by taking Chamberlain's be nominated but ho does think It ImfoldHorrlii; Democrats appointed Cough lleinody and proper caro of portant that Bryan should not be. low vsnaioses only, Mr. Good, said:" yourself, In fact, a bottlo of this Hoth thoughts aro moro or less corbo so "TUSora tho war we had in Wash-lattftremedy In the house is a mighty good rect. Put why should there employes In tho War Depart-wand much light among tho brethren? The during tho winter thoy to tho number of 2,011. That Investment m Democrats want all nio votes wwom April fi. 1917. How many do pring months. can get, wet votes as well as dry fciliVk we havo now? Wo havo votos, and wo expect thoy will not 5 EMTOKIAIjCOMMKXT. iataiS elorks, and tho war Is over. get enough in any event. A ticket rTkm Praililont told us on tho 11th admirable, lettei made up of Uryan and Edwards or Viscount Grey's dar ol iS'uvamber, 1D18, a year and a to tho London TImoa dhposes com- Edwards and Bryan might gft both A nil mso: pletely of the artful contention that drys and wets. Noliody could vote 'Thf war thus comes to an end, so far as our European allies aro con for ono without voting for tho other nd n lornis tliat tho German com-mu- cerned tho Sonato's reservations "nul and both sides would bo cleaned 'up. van not renew It.' Philadelphia Press. lify" tho peaco treaty. The case for "Ad yul you havo today, or did unconditional ratification has rested IwwMcon Doubtnbor :U, 1919, 21,21(1 Thero aro people v. ho will not en almost entirely on tho fraudulent tilBrta In tho AVar Department, .and claim that American reservations, un joy tho Grey lotter.just as Junkerdom, Ihs Sscrmury of War sonds his throat less they wero moroly "interpretative' did not enjoy the cold, clear honest Copjrliihl llll to CttMgroHs, with all that number of and therefore nugatory, would in way In which Grey dealt with the bj 11. J. HoynolJl Tobacco Lu. and only about 1,100 will volve a breech of faith with tho other Prussian at tho bct'Inning of the war. lari Stmt nil lit r jobs U wo do not grant signatory govornmenta and could bo His frankness will not be praised in th appropriation that ho will not properly resented by thorn. The somo tiuartors of Washington. It will was cuch asmar tho letters of Members of Con-xx- Senate has been held up to scorn as not evoke cheors In tho ranks of thoso f9yyfWKt.. ,v iS v. .... tllllllllli llllll llll nd ho will not furnish to tho taking a low and mean advantage of Englishmen who bolioved that Mr smokejoy as you puff out of a iimmy pipe packed with Prince Albert ! our associates by pressing on them Lloyd George, bringing homo thn modifications of tho treaty to which signature of President Wilson to a A. hao tho quality I because they could not assent without loss of document which would, if ratified II' IJjJMBlM)y I" You can't fool your taste apparatus any moro than you "Wiii4,iwji self respect. It was only in this by tho Senato, bind us to be policedrugstores SelBIt can eet five cces out of a family deck! So. when you hit sense that the President's repeated man and banker In every Old World III ., protests ngalnst "nullification" coul-- quarrel, had performed tho most useTT JI F"sve million pcopl Prince Albert, coming and going, and get up half an hour b " ful diplomatic service 'for England bo clothed with any somblence of me it to KILL COLDS earner just iu siaii. aiuuiiig yuui F'P" U1 iwuuig tigareiies, since D'islnelll's time. Hut Groy has of feeling or moral force. know you've got the big prize on tho end of your lino! HILL'S Tho returning llrltlsh ambassador told England tho truth about Ameri covenant ami both apcalts with full knowledge of condi ca's view of the Prince Albert's quality alone puts it in a class of its own, CASGARA&IQUININE tions in this country as well as In Eu- sides of tho Atlantic will ho the bet' but when you figure that P. A. is made by our exclusive more tor off for his habit of honest ox rope. It Is becoming moro-nnpatented process that cuts out bite and parch well you evident that drent llrltaln. Franco presslon. Now York Sun. feel like getting a flock of dictionaries to find enough words and Italy aro not antagonistic to tho Standard colli remedy for 23 ycara to express your happy days sentiments I Tho terms of a temporary agree Sonato reservations. Fear that the in tablet form ture, Miv opiate break upsafe, cold In no reservations will "nullify" tho treaty ment for tho settlement of tho Flume a 24 jiXjSk d Toppy red bags, tlfly red tint, handtoma pound and tin relieves qrlp in 3 dy. .liy TVJJS hour dooms to bo confined chiefly to tho questions havo beon agreed upon humidon andthat clotty, practical pound cryttal glatt humidor with Money back it it fails. Tha England, Franco, Italy and Japan. bcx nas a Ilea eponge moist cner top that keeps tha tobacco in tuch perfect condition. Utnuicc White House. And that is because p w 1 u Mr. nut President Wilson nlono dissents. picture. trhoy frustrate tho President's person R; J. Reynolds Tobacco Company, Winston-SaleN. C. At All Drug Storat 4ttXun!mSni!mrlriu T al conception of tho treaty rather His refusal holds up tho making ,of Uurcau of War Risk Insurance and other bureaus, tho Information about II iiiumwiiwiM miMiiMiii iwma 'j "" ijMMuwiMuimiiimMMn !' "'"T"rj..Tj!Bii mill mi iT.xii.'iJ'JMiira... "J '' miiii ni nn--- "" "mmn-M.- . ,'TrW . 'VW n kM The World's Largest Tire Factory Tires can enjoy the Owners of small high relative value in Goodyear Tires that utmost satisfaction to owners of costly motor They can take advantage of that tremendous amount of equipment,skill and care employed by Goodyear to build tires of extraordinary and worth in the Building 30x3,30x31 and ns, hl-n- m llll e k cr despite the .enormous demand, Goodyear in addition to larger day in the world's an average of the three largest tire factory devoted They can secure these without m every-iy"&ut- o ffSrv wik mentioned. If you own a Ford, Chevrolet, Dor or any other car using one of these Station to the nearest Goodyear and Goodyear Dealer for Goodyear Tires Heavy Tourist Tubes. fi LJ '- -e J grYS at M pa-pa- 6 P de-jpu- Children Cry C ASTO R A j i ; rail fflH biflllHS slIlAl Rl EsWi r i m I il liUl.Jll m v ii a the nainalJy smoke il i wt sil J; NEVER That's 111 Ml MM 43,000 k fife em. P. jif ijiawl gon-erosi- ty you d half-poun- H 1 m, y. V JMM y rrr-rwwirwiiw i jfV nri r'nw iwi iiMTUvtifuiMMTOMiri it ir Carrying a Ton a Mile for less than a Cent Freight rates have played a very small part in the rising cost of living. i Other causes the waste of war, credit inflation have added dollars to the cost of the necessities of life, while freight charges have added only cents. under-productio- n, , The average charge for hauling a ton of freight a mile is less than a cent. A suit of clothing that sold for $30 before the war was carried 2,265 miles by rail from Chicago to Ixjs-Angeles for 16j cents. Now the freight charge is 22 cents and the suit sells for $50. The cost of the suit has increased 30 dollar. The freight on It has increased only 5 cent. Other transportation charges enter into the cost of the finished article Lorrying the wool to the mills and the cloth to the tailors but these other charges amount to butafewcenu more. " . , ""--' ";- - It, V The $10 pair of shoes that used to sell for $5 goes from the New England factory to the Florida dealer for a freight charge of 5 cents only one cent more than the pre-wds ar rate. Beef pays only two-thirof a cent a pound freight from Chicago to New York. . v American freight rates are the est in the world. low-- . :h: Qfiis advertisement is published by the Slssociation ofRailway Gxeciitives J7ia dttiring information concerning the railroad situation may obtain literature hy writing to The Aitociation of Railway Executive!, 61 Broadway, iVw York. "BY THEIR FIIWTS YE SHALL KNOW THEM" After two months of patient arid painstaking work I havo concluded a e, survey of the superannuates. A wherein some seventy questions wore asked, was sent to eacli of them. A great many startling facts havo been revealed by tho returns. The following represents tho work ac complished by tno one thousand superannuated preachers during their years of nctlvo service In tho Methodist Episcopal Church, South. Tho flfvuma nrn nnt miflflHwnrlc . lint RClen- tiflcally based on actual roports re- -' celved from tho mon who did tho work. These facts deserve a careful reading by all Southorn ques-tionair- , m, Y ''X VrultH of Scnlco in Church Property. Our one thousand living superannuates built 4000 churches at a cost of $8,000,000; they repaired churches at a cost of $2,000,000; they built fifteen hundred parsonages nt a cost of $2,500,000; they repaired three thousand parsonages at a cost of $1,000,000; and they secured othor church property valued at $2,000,000. Thus these heroes created for tholr Church a total property valuo of 00 $15,-DOO.0- Tho South Carolina senate has passed a bill to prohibit smoking In For Tho Children. of hotels and othor thn rtinlnir-room- s Too much care cannot bo exorcisod smoker and public places. Both the the hotel manager must pay for In- In selecting a cough remedy for chily fractions of tho law. Tho bill failed dren. It should bo pleasant to tako, 263,-00contain no harmful drug and most in tho house. s, . effectual in curing their coughs and colds. Long experience has shown that Chamberlain's Cough Remedy 322,000 babies, organized 39,000 Sun- - missionary service in foreign fields, FOR FLETCHER'S MloCllnrin , AAA Urntnnn'a ....o..u.. - three hundred and three of them to meets thosp conditions. It is a aay m iiumuuo ocnooia with many mothors, m Aary Societies and 7,000 Epworth Church schools for teachers, thirty to-dafun-oral- are "forgotten parsonages the superannuates ings and comfortable standing monumontal to their fldeli men." Fruits of Kcrvlco in tho Christian ty? If we persist in forgetting these mon, tho very walls of these build- Ministry. Our one thousand superings will scream at us until wo re- annuated' preachers gave 234 of their own sons to tho ministry of tho Methmember. of Service In the Pastoral odist Episcopal Church, South FrulU ono thousand living su- enough to supply oyory pulpit IU:lutloii.-O- ur 0 in tho bounds of the Missouri Anperannuates united in marriage nual Conference; they gavo forty- couples, conducted 410,000 holy baptism eight of their sons and daughters to christened "Forgotten men," are they? How can it bo with bo many church build- Leagues, secured 3S2.000 Advocate subscriptions, raised on tho Conference collections a total of $0,000.-00and ddded to the Church a total of 1,580,000 members. Think of tho limitless possibilities that face us today In our Sunday schools, Women's Missionary Societies and Epworth Leagues. Tho superannuated preachers brought these organizations into existence, at least tho great mnjority of thorn. Wo af 3 now but perfecting tho work which thoy started and reaping rich harvests from their sowing. If those 203,000 couples made happy by theses old servants would each givo $10 today to tho Superannuate Endowment Fund, tho total contributed by them would bo $2,630,000; if a representative from each of tho circles Bcrved by them in thoso 410,- 000 funerals would now givo $10 to tho S. E. F. as an expression of gratitude, the total so contributed would bo $4,100,000; if for every baby christened by proachor? who are superannuated some grateful loved ono would now givo $10 to tho S. E. F tho total would bo 322,000 multiplied by ten, or $3,220,000; if every porson who joined the Cliurch under tho influence of preachors who are now superannuated would give today an avo.-ur.- e of $10 each to tho S. E. F., the total so contributed would bo Notwithstanding all $15,580,000. this, tho amount of this fund af'cr 20 years of effort Is only $570,000. Yes, 0, nine of them to Church papers for of editors; thoy gavo nlnoty-thrc- o tholr daughters to bo tho wives of Southern Methodist preachers, and thoy havo fMtr thousand "sons In tho ministry," being tho mon who becamo preachers under tho prayers, jencourngement, and tutorship of j those old servants. If God should rchuko tho Mctlio-- i (list Episcopal Church, for Its shameful neglect ot her superannuated 'preachers by withdrawing in somo 'way all thoso in the Chrlstlon min istry of snid Church who hro thero by vlrtuo of the faithful sorvlco of preachers now superannuated, whnt a terrlblo calamity It would bol Many prominent Churches would bo with out pastors, somo Church schools without presidents and a number of efficient teachers, somo mission fields would, suffer and throughout tho wholo Church thero would bo a stnt ot affairs resembling tho frightful situation during the plagues of Egypt when "thero was not a houso where thero was not one dead." Can wo as a groat Church accept from our superannuates what Is stated in the foregoing and continue to allow them to live almost as beggars? Shall wo stand by while every secular corporation in tho land Is feverishly hurrying to mako a just and adequate provision for aged and retired em ployes and do nothing but roll our Is it Christian to food and thumbs? clotho needy men and women on tho other sldo ot tho world and at the samo time allow our own brothers to languish nt our feet begging tho crumbs that fall from our tablo? Concerning Tliclr Support Our one thousand superannuated preachers served 5,000 mission charges nt an average salary of $390 (Including missionary appropriations); they charges served 14,000 at an a vera go annnul salary of $460; they received at the highest average annual salary $800, and tho lowest $202; they suffered a total salary deficit of $3,000,000, actually which means the Church owes them today an average of $". 000, as "back pay." They now receive nn average annual superannuate allowance of $212. If wo will not raise a great fund I do for superannuate endowment, think the Church should raise that $3,000,000 "back pay," don't you? Suppose any other class .of mon had a sum like that due for work tliat was done and not paid for, whit If our ono thouwould happen? sand old heroes had their "hack pay" right now, they would havo enough to keep them through many chill winters and hot summers. I am hoping this will como under tho eye of Church officials who will do somo serious thinking on this subject of "back pay." Let tho preacher ho paid as ard other men In full and when it is due. Mutters. Of our Some one thousand superannuates, tho avand tho average age is.sixty-sevoerage ago of their wives is fifty-ninthere are 260 with good eyes, 330 with medium eyes, and 400 with very bad eyes (many of theso practically blind); there aro 270 with good ears. 240 with medium ears, and 470 with very bad ears (practically deaf); there are 440 Invalids or practlcalb so; thero are 170 who have dopendent invalids to support; thoio are 570 who own homes, but almost without exception there Is a heavy mortgago 60 live In superannuate homes, and 370 rent, board, or "visit around"' thero are 600 ablo to attend Annual Conference and 400 of these prevented from doing so on account ot tho expense; there aro 75 who sorvo ib "supply"; there aro 600 who take the Christian Advocate, 800 tako tho Conference organ, 300 tako othor Advocates, and 300 tako other Church periodicals. Well, "What of It? Is it nothing to you? 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Tho work of the Republi- supposed that ho sold at such a rapid cans hero Is simply to bo tho laying rate during tho wholo of tho day, AVcckly by Published though ho did not need to do so in HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY of tho corner stono, upon and from which tho Governmental structure 13 order to enrich his employer. This Incorporated to arise. Don't forget tho dnto or Fair Price fixing buslncsj looks like the occasion, lend your hand In start- n joke to tho uninitiated. If GO per AV. S. TIXSLEY, Editor ing this structure, In which tho key- cent bo fair on clothing, then wo may nnd Business Malinger. stone will bo placed on November 2, expect to pay for everythlnKvvo buy from drveoods and clothlntr mw. Entered according to law nt the 1920, by tho American Electorate 'chants all tho way from GO to ISO Poslofflce, Hartford, Ky., ns moll per cent profit. In fixing tho scalo DEMOCRACY OR WHAT? matter of the second class. The Governments of the earth, of of profits wo notice that tho merto any consequence? that arc of tho peo- chants havo invariably gotten all Address all communications ple, for the people, by tho people, who they asked for and of course they arc The Hartford Republican. do not put tho United States of Amer- satisfied, whether the customers are ica to shame when it comes to pure or not. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS ,The Hartford Republican In one-ma- n L ALLEY LIGHT and POWER faHeJ -- ? $ .Wfcfi Democracy may be 9t Subscribers desiring tho paper sent and undcfilcd Non-Sto- p numbcreiTby the fingers of ono hand PIONEER EXPLORES ARGENTINE AVI LPS and then not uso all of them, by nny means. If tho Constitution grants MnJ. C. W, Furlong, U. S. A., claims unto tho President nil of the' powers Time and again, tho Lalley hat proven that it ! an extraordinarily good electric light and power plant. recently assumed by tho present Chief to be tho first white man to peneBut the most convincing recent proof, wai given at a number of Executive, he is certnlnly going fur- trate to tho heart of Tlerra del Fue-gtate and county fair in the fall of Argentina. He found much rich ther than any of his predecessors car At these fairs, Lalley plants were run day and night, without stoped to travel on constitutional permits territory along tho route ho followping, throughout the fairs. nnd limitations. ' We really bellovo ed, also much plcturesquo, magnifi word. The shortest time recorded was 102 hours; the longest 216 hours. will that we have tho most complete one-ma- n cent scenery. In Patagonia he was Anonymous communications The average was 138 hours, or more than 5 JJ days. Government now in existence. oblldged to subsist for several weeks Tcceive no attention. In every case, when the plant was stopped, there was no sign of When for months, the ono man who on an extremely scanty diet and for wear. Instead, there was every evidence that the plants could hara for all Intents and purposes, govern-mental- three days he was entirely without been run indefinitely, for days and even weeks. TELEPHONES speaking, was wholly In- food. Long non-stotests at the Lalley factory ore common occurrences, 59 Farmers Mutual v capacitated, if it was a violation of and these are made aa severe as possible. 123 Cumberland EDITORIAL COMMENT. j the constitution for the various heads Dut we believe these records of continuous runs in public uto unparalleled. v departments of government to "It Is useless for the Government to FEBRUARY 20 of the FRIDAY, These machines were standard Lalley plants, regularly meet and informally discuss what urge thrift on tho people unless it manufactured for the market. They' were taken from might be best to do in and with tho first sets tho example. The Governdealers and distributors' stocks. They performed without Every Republican in the County momentous questions constantly-cominment Is the agent of tho people. It the constant supervision of factory experts out in the who can do so, should attend the before their various departments represents them in their collective open, whero anyone and everyone could see. County Mass Convention here Satur that the wheels of government should activities. It is the hugest single No owner, of course, ever needs to run his Lalley for days at a time day, Feb. 28. no( cease to revolve, and with the spender in the country. without stopping. But such performances help buyers to realize AVhy, then, the Lalley ability to give tliei.i reliable, economical and eflicient view of doing tho very best in all shouldn't it retrench before it gives service, day and night, whenever they need it. We will be glad when all the things for tho people, then, we say it lectures on retrenchment before it There are many reasons why the Lalley does give this unrivalled groundhogs are dead. It has been Is high-tim- e that the constitution tries to get the cost of living reducservice service so satisfactory that the Lalley is the preferred colder since his day than during the should be amended. No sane man, ed through Individual action? Sen- electric light and power plant for farms, and everywhere that cenwhole winter and to know that It is not an autocrat, would for a moment ntnt "f nrnmliat It cvli Vila nnlnt tral station electricity is not easily and cheaply obtainable nil his fault! object to his Cabinet pursuing the home forcibly the other day when he It has been in actual daily farm use for about ten years proving methods adopted by Secretary of said that tho people as a whole cannot itself absolutely reliable under' all conditions. Had it not been for tho expressions State Lansing and tho others. In (fact, go back to a normal economic basis It has only three moving pnrti no complicated mechanism to get of love, admiration and confidence wo can't possibly conceive of their so long ns the Government keeps up out of order and wear out rapidly. found betwixt the lines and the feli- doing otherwise. It is ball.benrinif equipped, which, with only three moving pnitf. The one self-ap-- 1 'its abnormal extravagance.' He put practically eliminates internal friction and wear. citous manner in which Woodrow pointed man who agreed to the peace tho case somewhat exaggeratedly for It is water-cooleand Lansing brought their little cor treaty; vho took it upon himself to the sake of emphasis, when he told like the Liberty airplane motor, and practically every automobile motor. Lalley keeps the engine respondence to a close wo might have make It, single-handewho says that the Senate: extravn'Government always at the proper heat, insuring the" best service and the longest thought that they were a-- bit sore, it can not, must not be changed in gances are solely responsible for the La'Jy.l tjkt n a rmpttfo un cnfitM end life. , f ( ftnTrJj?-"iibmif Ititttjf, it each on the other. ivpptit emvlr ttrttnrily for tU. iMir jny mannerx who kept us out of war, high cost of living tod(y. which, when All we ask is the chance to demonstrate the Lalley plant for you. jymp. trajAui? ndcAmr, tietrper, crran and by tho same token put us in vcar; analyzed, meal's nothing nioie or Come to our store, or telephone and we will go to your house. HparaUXt fttmvif mtfi, run, &, Lansing ma-Jthe tenth member who gave tho word to his followers than that w6 ar'j Indulging In a v'ti' V of AVIIson's Cabinet to resign since to bow and yield, when he was a can- orgy of spendir lioi r iv.l money ' his regime as President. Three sur- didate to succeed himself, to the de- New A'ork Tribune. rendered their portfolios to accept mands of a certain class for more "Tho need Of a national budget other oftlces, three oecause of dif- wages, which was the first time in system grows constantly more clear ferences with the President and four our history that such a thing wai as the financial situation of the counon account of being hard-unioie done. And now this man threatens try is unfolded. An official estimate! popularly styled, for pecuniary to break off relations with Europe has Just been made of tho amount of if certain things arc dono, or not done. money that will be required to run It is with a. great degree of excuse the Government for the next flcal What has become of the that England, France and quite a year. Thiols plaerl at over five bilminister who used to preac1 good many other countries give us lion dollars, and even then this againsf laying up money to rust and tho horse laugh about our boasted amount does not Include anything for in this mundane democracy. The King of Prussia the Railroad Administration, and it corrode, while a 141 etwttt sphere? Tho few shekels we get a itl Emperor of nil the Germans never is certain that financial asslstanco &BR?BMrBBT&WnBmmS3&XMBXOtZ5M3B5EiKBBBSlmZ9 bear no rust and they do not corrode, assumed unto himself more power will lie required along this line. Nor RBAVHIt DAM ( men TELEPHONE SYSTE.AIS NUMEROUS they to mako thomselvci unneither doth moths prey upon them than does the present President of the does It include nny new venture that derstood to other by means of a but we sometimes feel liko it goes U. S. A. Ao are strongly Inclined may be underatken, nor any new necHealth is very good in this com Tho 2S.00.000 miles of telophono queer kind ot Jargon, Ho employed way, although they havo to the opinion thut there is something the other wires In the United States belong to tho phonograph to slrow thnt th" essity that may arise. AVithout the munity. not broken In upon us. Mr. Cecil Coopei has purchased 53,000 systems. wrong at Washington If it bo not a ; consideration at all of theso things, Those lines employ sounds they utter have an intelligible loose scrow or button, then it iriust be the amount required will bo tho some land from Otha Dexter, near 2G2.000 persons, all but 90,000 of moaning. The chimpanzees, he said, AVe frankly confess that what we of equivalent of a tax of forty-seve- n is tho king-pi- n that tho whom aro women. AVages amount to stand highest in tho vocal nnd culturdol South Beaver. don't know about the Fium6 affair all those President Mr. Zekc Taylor, of AVest Franklin, about $175,000,000 annually nnd tho al' scale among tho apes. The goautocratically Inclined who lars upon each and every person" In proposed compromise amnuuts to and over occupied the Presidential chair. the United States. Chairman Good, 111., was In town last week. plants nnd equipment approach ono rillas aro second and tho orang-outang- s considerably more, by several times Mr. Dennis Myers, of near town, and a half billions of dollars In value. Do we live in a Democracy or what?' of tho Appropriations Committee of third. as wo are than what weJo know, but Four-fifth- s of tho systems aro contho House, does well at this time to died of pneumonia, yesterday. His not at this date, a party to the treaty were laid to rest at Goshon trolled by' tho Bell company. In all FAIR PROFITS. point out how vital Is the need for a and may never be, would it not be The Fair Price Commission has system of appropriating Government church. some 22,000,000,000 talks were carv Just ns good for the U. S. A., and tho fixed the maximum profits Kentucky Mlro Hazel Austin spent the week- ried on over tho phono in 1917; so funds that will 'be based on sound wo should keep fingers out of Allies if AVo nro looking for a e end with Mrs. George Daltzcll, of says the department ot commorco in Retailers may make on shoes and judgment and clear perspective. the pie for tho present? representative In this county; a man Hartford. wearing apparel for men and women Philadelphia Press. a report Just made. who Is willing to work and "mako Mr. John McCoy made a business cost. If ! "A representative in Congress conOur friends, the Democrats, appear at 50 per cent on tho good," to soli our A'lTAPLASTIC l'O U SALE to get quite a bit of satisfaction out tho percentage of profits allowable scientiously determined to vn3te5none trip to Hartford Monday. waterproof roofing, light and heavv, Mr. Erasmus DIchop, of Central on the thousand and ono other ar- of his time, for which Uncle Sam pays of tho recent special election held for a member of Congress in the third ticles that the average department or him $20 a day, Sundays and holidays Grove, spent Sunday with his best 150 acres of land 10 miles from Hnrt-for- d, house paints, Iron and wood preservanKy., near Dundee, on tho M. H. ing paints, fine enamels, lubricating included, breathlessly informed the friend. Missouri district, wherein a Demo- general store soils has been' Mr. Albert Leach nnd fnmily left & E. R. R about 30 a. cleared and ills and grctses for autos and tractors, crat was elected. AVe know that the nounced wo have overlooked It. A'o House that: GO per cent be n 120 u. In timber. Rough river bottom high grado mnchlno oils and a gen If the $22,000,000,000 that the forVFrankfoxt, Saturday. district was recenly represented by a presume mat if Mr. Otis BenLOt has moved to the land, black loam. For partlculats call oral lino of our VITAPLASTIC proStates were Democrat, but what wo wish to learr fair profit on such goods as clothing war cost the United ducts direct from our factoryto tho on or address AV. II. RENFROAV, Is, by how much was the original and shoes, the other articles ought counted in silver dollars It would farm of Ed Barnes, near Goshen. a, consumer. a 30tf Dundee, Ky. Democratic majority increased, and to bo sold at a profit of 75 to 125 or take a man counting seventy-tw- o NOTICE! THE QUALITY 11RANDS CO. Qm 150 per cent. It takes but little minute working eight hours a day 1,- the other way round, by Just how SAYS MONKEYS TALK. Men should consult All Cliiwlnml, Ohio. was tho republican vote de- longer to sell a man a suit of $60.00 744 years to count them. much aver-ag- o Louis D. Singer Stnto Agent, " 'If the silver dollars were laid me about war insurance and compen- AVe havo not been able to clothes than it does to sell tho creased? After 30 years of study, Prof. It. Rov J), Ilairodsliurt?, Ky. lady an ordinary gingham dress side hy side they would stretch 520,- - ntton. Advice and asslstanco free. Bee the figures and theretoro do not DR. A. B. RILEA', L. Garner, who has Just died, conI will bo hero shortly nnd if you pattern. In tho dress pattern the 833 miles. know who should properly rejoice. Com. American Legion, cluded that monkeys communicate nro looking for nn opportunity liko merchant has but little invested, as " 'Their weight would be 687,500 Or maybe It was a sort of dog-fal- l. with ono another by means of spok- - this, wrlto to mo nt onco so I can Post No. 44. a matter of course, neither does his short tons. ven words. His first intimation of to see you when I am here. AVo note that quite a number of profit amount to very much, while for " 'Loaded In box cars of forty tons HEN DIES AT S2 this ability camo while studying monMen with rigs or Fords preferred papers get some consolation out of an a suit of clothes in which ho would capacity, they would mako a train of keys in a cago and observing that but not absolutely necessary. apparent thought that thero are a lot have $40.00 inv.osted ho would clean 17,187 cars 130 miles in length.' owned by A black Spanish hen statesman opposed to President AA'll-o- n up $20.00. It would probably reof pcoplo "Has tho Industrious Blanchard, of Dayville, Conn., who would mako capital out of quire 8 or 10 clerks In the notion pursued his interesting studies far James has Just departed this life at the ripe AVe notice that one calls department of a general stoco to sell enough to arrive at an estimate of his sickness. age of 32 years. Sho probably held it "his enfeebled" condition. If thero a sufficient amount of goods to equal how long it would take American tax- the record for longevity among bnrn-yarany in that class we are not of the profits accruing from the sales of payers to pay a national debt of be fowls. Sho had been a prizesllvur, plus tho GovernIt. AVo have sincerely wished that ono clerk in a clothing store. In a Chesterfield .whon young,' when all of hor recover his shoe store the difference In profits ment's running expenses, if nothing winner the President would black) At 15 years her were former health, and speedily too. Dut per salesman, would not be so groat, Is dono to lower the cost of adminis- feathers turned white, as a result COMPANIONSHIP in a in plumage It's wo will say this much, whether he compared with one in the other de- tration. New York Sun. f of age. and trouble. In the last year Chesterfields, sure as you live. "Compulsory education for aliens has or has not fully recovered from partments, but still, ono shoe salesof hor life sho mothered a brood and enfeebled condition, man would probably pile up as great and lllltoratp citizens ns proposed in his Chesterfields begin where other laid a few.eggs. 'from recent signs and symptoms we a sum in a days service as four or an Americanization bill in Congress is , cigarettes leave off. They not only can't keep from believing that he is llvo In the other departments. Proba- - a good thing. It Is the public Ignor pleasc-th- cy "Satisfy OVEK 2000 MILES IN 'CANOE. uiy less suopworn uuu uuiiiubuu ui ance In which pernicious doctrines .ill. Just a wce-bt-lw ?. undesirable stuff is .found In shoe find their nourishing soli, and it was m rrsS me af : m A Pittsburgher has harked back to The Republicans of Ohio County, and clothing departments on stockta- tho terrible Illiteracy of Russia which a primitive but romatic mode of called t,o meet in Convention hero king-day than Is found In the other rendered it such nn easy prey, first "Feb. 28, are to send delegates to the departments, henco not as groat, or to despotism of an autocrat and then j travel in going from Pittsburg to Now Fourth District and State Conven-tlon- s, at least no greator loss is suffered to tho despotism ot uoisnovism. Aim Orleans by canoo. The canoeist is who will in turn select and along" those lines. Not so very long Ignorance In a country of opportunity F. C. Donninger. His trip down the commission representatives to choose ago we spent about an hqur in a liko this, Is as Inexcusable as it is Allegheny, Ohio and Mississippi rivers took 54 days. Tho distance covthe next Republican Candidate for clothing storo and saw a salesman dangerous." Baltimore American. ered was about 2,200 miles. Many making President and in all probability tho handle threo customers, early pioneers took tho same trip in NOTICE. man so bolected will bo the- Chiot threo sales that totaled $180.00, perI havo purchased the Howard Coal flat boats, Indon with furs or other Executive of our Nation after tho haps a bit more. At tho 50 por cent 4th of March, next. It thoreforo be- arrangement 'this merchant hud Mines, near Horton, Ky., and wlk,bo articles of commorco. Arrived In Nsw for ts hooves every Republican to oxerclso $120.00 Invested and his profits, less in position to furnish coal at nil times Orleans they sold their perform his duty In axuanuo of tho sales and etc., amount-th- o to tho public at 8 and 10 cents por What thoy would bring and worked sssssssLssflsVSMHdtlsssssssssssPLrBvS sssm his right and to their way back home ns best they to $60.00. If tho same ratio was bushel, selection of Ohio County's rpre-o- d might with tho proceeds of their sale Q. AA HOHEIMER, fcontatlvoB who aro to act for us, kept up during tho whole working Hartford.'R. P. D. No. 2. concealed about them. through others, that tho Government day tho fruits of this one salesman's 32t4 to a new address must give tho old address in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per line, nnd Sc per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, nnd Cc for each head line and slgnautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services free, but other advertisements, lc per Long Runs Proves Lalley Quality o, ly p - CfiSSil d; I water-coolin- g uh JS-t- ll e FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. Jake Wilson, Mgr. FORDSVILLE, KY. p, i J. ?sTsTsTsTsTOs4iifciJhsTi,sVi . .. WANTED NOW wide-awak- g-- ' x. i H go "f-- h d 00 "I'll be your partner for this number" -- U ..ssssssssssssssssssssssssssm TaTaTssssssssssssssssssssssssssm .m tWT assssssssssssssssK Sffssssssssssssssssssl .vjf. & sssssssssssssm. M I" AssssVaK - flat-boa- r i tr Col. II E. Leo Slmmormnn was reMr, and Mrs. Ernest Woodward, who visited in Hartford, Ky havo cently appointed Administrator of tht Times, estate of George Washington Di'ncan, returned home. Loulsvillodeceased. Feb. 1,1. - ' Ladies' Tho Fiscal Court was In session' , Mr. John Taylor, of Stono, Ky., arMonday, chiefly for tho purposo of rived horo Wednesday to vUi his making the annual settlement with parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Taylor, ' tho Sheriff. for a fow daya.i Mr. C. B. Howard, who has been Mr. and Mrs. I. P. Barnard, who In Decatur, Ala., for somo tlmo, arrivhavo been spending a fqw weeks in ed hero Sunday, to spend nbout 'ten Hot Springs, Ark., will go next week days with his family. to Florida. Loulsvillo Times, Feb1 13. Mr. Hnrry May went to Centertown Wednesday, to accept temporary emI have instnlled my Broom Factory ployment as loca' agent for the L. & In the building adjoining Dr. Bean's N. Railroad Company. Drug Storo in Hartford. Will make ydur brooms at a reasonable cash vMiss Nell Twedell, of Central City, price. will return homo Monday, after N. A. SCHROADER. spending several days hero, tho guest of Miss Gertrude Schlemmer. Mr. Ben Taylor has resigned his position as tonsorlal artist in tho George Delker Buggies In styles to Tlohcrtsnn slitin linrp Tlpn qnva ha suit the tasto of all who wish to ownoei not know nt th,8 t, wmU he and rido in tho Country's best, may will do, how, why or whero ho will do bo had at ACTON BROS it. George W. Claxton and Lula Wit-haCount Attorney A. D. Kirk and both of McIIenry, were married James Tate, Deputy County Clerk, at In tho County Judge's. office Wednestended tho Lincoln Day Banquet in day, Judge Cook officiating. Louisville, last week. Mr. RIrk was accompanied by Mrs. Kirk. They Is teaching Miss Edna Black, who returned Saturday. near Calhoun, accompanied by Mr. Haydcn, spent tho week-en- d Truman Mrs. Birdio Mldklff, of Sulphui with Miss Black's parents, near town. Springs, who Is ono of tho Board of Wo carry a nlco assortment of fresh County Examiners, was here Saturday assisting in tho grading of the papers Candles and Fruit of all varieties, recently made for clean and wholesome. The best, Is In examinations Common SchoolJ)lplomas. cheapest. tho CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Prof. II. E. Brown, principal of tho am paying more cash every day Harrisburg, Ark., High School, Is I visiting friends and relatives in Ohio in the week for Poultry, Eggs and County, his school' having been tem- ariybuycr I know of. Cream than porarlly closed on account of the inL. T. RILEY, fluenza epidemic at that place. Ky. Hartford, A full and complete line of fresh Cocacola and other refreshing soft drinks constantly ready for use at the restaurant of CASEBIER & TAYLOR. Did you know that where others Sephave 30 to 40 disks arator has none? It has only three working parts, 1 BOWL, l BOWL BOTTOM and l DIVIDING WALL. For sale by WILLIAMS s Not A rack Not A Nail Ready -to -Wear 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-Wea- r, Billikeii Shoes I i vs. J$ L aJ ble, improved lasts the most perfect cliild'n shoe evcrmadc The one Shoe a child outfoot-for- Arc mode without a tack or nail; of the softest, toughest leather Jcnown, on broad, sensim grow. new weaves. v. children romp and play to their heart's content without annoyance to you, injury to the home or Shoes and let the Buy "nilllkcn" discomfortto LADIES' COATS I The iew Coatee seems to be leading intyle, while the long coats are yet very strong. We can show each style in all the new shades. The growing feet of children are easily irritated by stiff soles or narrow shoes. "BHHkcn" Shoes are made by specialists in the largest shoe factory in the world, devoted exclusively to the manufacture of Children's High Grade Shoes. The soies on "Billikcn" Shoes arc Pure Oak Fleiible Leather the softest and most pliable leather known, being especially prepared to withstand hard service. The absence of nails, tacks, etc., prevents the children scarring the floors and furniture. , The soft soles render the shoes noiseless. Flexible soles make them as comfortable as a moccasin. The durable leather makes them as lasting as a man's heavy shoes. And they are extremely stylish. Let Us Shew You "Billikcns". 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. CARSON & COMPANY Hartford, Ky. Ys THE UNITED STATES R. R. ADMINISTRATION ANNOUNCES Schedule Changes Effective Feb. 23. Train '72 eastbound will leave Hartford at 6:34 a. m., InsteasL of 5:52 p. m. Train 114 eastbound (week days) will leave Hartford at GUJO ' p. m. Train 73 westbound will leave Hartford at 1:56 pm., runninc; to Madlsonville. (Replacing train 69 formerly leaving for Clay at S:57 a. m.) Train 115 westbound will leave Hartford (week days) 7:13 a m., running to Earllngton. 24xz&.Cb -- f The Hartford ,r J FIUDAY, m- - H r Dr. W. T. Lawrence and V. A. MatLOST 1 hound, with black back, thews, of Fordsvllle, were In town ring neck, blue spotted legs and Tuesday. breast, red ears and end of tall off, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Kirk went to 4 years old. Notify Owonsboro yesterday. HERBERT MIDRIFF, Miss Lourlnp Collins, of Greenville, spent last wekk-en- d Hartford, R. 1. hero with her Mrs. AV111 Schlemmer is recovering parents. County Agent Morris L. McCrac- from a severe illness. Mr. M. BB. Barnard, ofEupora, ken, S. O. Reown of this place, and L. Wo pay cash every day for eggs anil Miss., ws in Hartford Wednesday P. Bennett, of tho Shinklo Chapel country, attended the Kentucky Farm and Thursday. poultry.' W. E. ELLIS & lilO. Bureau Federation meeting In Louismilk ville, this week. FOR SALE Good, young Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua left Cow, see JESS CASEBIER, Wednesday for Akron, Ohio. Mr.. Thomas Wallace and Sir. and Hartford, Ky, Mr.s. Finis Wallace left here last now bulk garden seeds have arTho Mr. and Mrs. John Pate, of Beaver Thursday for Dehart, Texas, where tf rived at WILLIAMS & DUKE Dam, are spending a few days with they will visit Messrs. John and Otis Wallace, whom they havo. not seen Mr. Joo Madon, of Sunnydale, was their s6n, A. E. Pato and family. for several years. Tuesday, on business. in town Tho best by test, Sharpies Cream Mr. S. L. King, who has been in The Loulsvillo Evening Times and Separator for sale by WILLIAMS & DUKE. Decatur, Ala., In tho operation of a Itopubllcan, both one year for $ 5.D0. 31-t- f merchandising concern, Mr. and Mrs. Cap Davis, of Beavor has returned to Hartford. Mr. Ring, We FUIINITUKE! FURNITURE! tf Dam, have an addition to their family. in all probability will embark In have It at WILLIAMS & DUKE somo business hero. Miss Leora Chn.tine, born Fob. 2. spent WedJailer Worth TIchenor Miss Myrtle Lashbrook, who has Mr. and Mrs. John Llndley, of Ownesday at Bishop's Mines, on busiensboro, woro guests of Mr. and Mrs been qulto ill at the home of Mr. and ness. Mrs. J. A. Duke, ijas been removed to Louis Fulkerson last Friday night. tho home of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Bar-Daily Herald and The Loulsvillo wagon on tho market, nett, whero she will remain while con- For the best The Ropubllcan, both one year for durabllty and price considered, get valesclng. 5.50. an Owensboro from ACTON BROS. Best High Patent Flour "Golden spent Monday Mr. Louis Fulkerson Fred Robertson wont to, Owensbo- Leaf" $13.60 per bbl. "Flavo Flour and Tuesday in Centertown, on business. S13j60 per bbl., Saturday only. Rero, Monday, returning Tuesday. member we have moved to the C. J. Mrs. James H: Williams left yes- lthoads building oh Market street. County MasB Don't overlook' tho W.B.' ELLIS. & BRO. Convontion at tho Court House Satur- terday for St. Louis, Mo., to be at the bedside of her mother, who Is very day, Feb, 28. Miss Elizabeth Mooro entertained ill. s in honor of her Sunday School Class ' Tho Owensboro Dally Messonger Yes we havo stoves, E. C. Simmons last Saturday night. She, with her and Hartford Republican, both one Cast Stoves and Monarch Mailable guests attended tho Basket Ball game, year for $5,50.after which a delightful lunch was Iron Ranges. WILLIAMS & DURE. served, In Miss Moore's home.1 you'tho Daily Courier-Journ- al 31-- tf Let us send and Republican, both ono Mrs. Worth TIchenor spent tho first Mrs. T. R. Barnard, of Island, spent year for 5.60. v from Monday until Wednesday hero, of this week with her mother, Mrs. guest of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Tay- Harriet Miller and her brother, Mr. Brooms mado by C. N. Baird, 66 the " Fred Miller and family, near Goshen, lor. and 76 cents. nil of wliomnavo been very 111, but to mtu. W, E. ELLIS 34t4 Rev. Russell 'Walker Is able to bo now convalescent. i tf big assortment of out again after several days confinet,VJu8t arrived, a a. and noar Tho biggest lino of stoves and ment with influ-nzchoice cooking vessels Jn aluminum. ranges over carrled.in Hartford, at & DUKE. WILLIAMS prices that must appeal to thoso In ' yes wo have stoves, E. 0, Simmons Forplow, wagon and buggy Har- need of something gopd, may bo ness, Saddles and everything in that found on our floor. Try a Progress, Qast Stoves and Monarch Mailable linn son us before you buy and save l Malleable or Steel Range. ,Jron Ranges, ACTON BROS. ACTON BROS money. WILLIAMS & DUKE. "astf v PERSONAL NEWS Th q Hartford Basket Ball Team Mr. Ira Daniel, of Mllbank, Sotth went to Llverraoro yesterday, whero Dakota, was Tiero Monday and Tuesthey played the Livermoro Five last night. Wo did not learn tho resujf day, with the view of purchasing a farm homo near Hartford. Mr. of the game. Daniel was tho guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gillespie and family while Charlio Gregson, of Owerfsboro, has W. H. accepted employment ih Fred .Robert- here. son's Barber shop. Mr. Gregson Mr. H. E. Mischko, who went to takes tho place mado vacant by the Farmersvlllo, Ind., last week, to be resignation of Ben Taylor. nt 'the bodsido of his sister, who was Reoublican1 Mr. H. P. Taylor was in Owensboro Mrs. Mary Ellis, of Alexandra, who very low and not expected to recovWednesday, on legal business. came here several days ago to visit er, 'returned the first of this week. exher sons, Steve, Ernest and Howard Miss Mischko rallied from her"time ,1'Kimi'AKY 20 j.OK SAM-1- 20 treme low condition and at this Egg Incubator. and their families, is recovering, after is doing nicely. 2tp P. T. JACODS, Hartford. being quite ill for a few days. of F. Have a nice .assortment of latest styles, also a completo lino of harness and accessories. Come In and select your buggy while tho assortment Is good. We arc sure wo can pleaso you. """ LFTHER CHINN, Beaver 'Dam, Ry. 34t4 A. Ames Buggies for spring. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROADFor detailed Information, apply to local ticket agent. - AND SOCIAL EVENTS Just rcrchcri Our first far THE SAMSO , B it. MODEL "M" v Hon. I. S. Mason took advantage Legislature's recess, thinking with his famto spend tho week-en- d ily at Buford, but arrived here Thursday night too sick to proceed further, being confined tq his bed until Sunday afternoon, when ho returned to Frankfort to resumo his duties as Representative of Ohio County. of tho IS, Have you a child In your home about 10 or 12 years old. He or she can oporato a Sharpies Separator as well as an older person, tho only you will get thru quicker than will turn faster than a child for-yo- u tho child. For a Sharpies Is GUARANTEED to get all the cream at any speed. Call or wrlto WILLIAMS & DURE for a free demonstration. 31-- tf Hartford, Ry. m dif-eron- ce Is simplified perfection in modern TRACTOR con- DUKEIIUIIST. Mr. Ernest Morris, of Hartford spent Sunday here, the guest of his father, Mr. J. T. Morris. Miss Ella7 Smith returned to her home near hero Tuesday, after spending several days at Hartford. ' Messrs Will Hardin, B. M. Combs and others are constructing a new telephone line from hero to Hartforl. Mr.s. Earl Hess and sister, of McIIenry, visited their brother, Mr. W. R .Hardin and family, a few days lagt week. , Mrs. James Hicks returned Tuesday from near Dundee, whore she has been for the past two weoks, at the bed-sid- e of her Infunt grandson, a child of Mr. and Mrs. Otis Helton. Rev. M. G. Snell preached at Concord Sunday, but failed to fill his appointment on Saturday on account of tho weather. The Church has de on Satelded to havo services urday night hereafter Instead of the o'clock Saturday usual tlmo, struction. Unlike the weighty and Channel-Steel- 1 Frame Tractors, its motors are not loaded with its owrt. .weight, and therefore a greater reserve power is left frees-t- o 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 parte properly incased, reducing dust, mud and.rain troubles to ' ", the minimum. Lubrication Perfect The lubricating system 'is like that of the hignesC: 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 marktai. a pnou-moni- 'll ACTON BROS. HARTFORD, KENTUCKY. Agents for Ohio County. Y. L. Fulkerson, Sales Agent and Field Manager. CASTO Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S R'fV 3L- - Th ll1"1! 'I111 TiUMUKH FfllMH I'UCK ' ,f conspiuacv ciiAitnn , Q1RECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judge R. W. Slack, Owonsboro. C. E. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. Martin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, IIHAVKR DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenne?. Clerk It. W. King. ' Police Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. l'ORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. It, Jones. Clork Olla Cobb. Polico Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR. County Hoard of KduniUon. E. S. Howard, S. S. O. C. Dlv. No. 1 J. M. Hoover, Hartford, Ky. W. Duff, Fordsvlllo, Dlv. No. Ky. Dlv. No. 3 II. L. Carter, Narrows, Ky. Dlv. No 4 Robert Goff, Koslne Ky. Dlv. No. 6 Otis II. Stevens, Beaver Dam, Ky. h &$3,m A DinflooVfct.iefS ihjb'jj WH JWSS TJallml. CAMEUO. iLT w?rxscteia I Cigarettes made to meet your taste! with any cigarette in any price! ihe world at ity compare Camels Camels are offered you as a cigarette entirely out of the ordinary a flavor and smoothness never before attained. To best realize their qual- wmm. ,rtcW MP &. mz m 'liin iii m NEW NOTE IIOLIAXD REGARDING KAISER London, Feb. 13 A new Allied note to Holland regarding tho extradition of former Emperor William will be dispatched tomorrow, according to the Evening Standard today. The note, says the newspaper, makes a strong appeal to the Dutch Government not to create greater difficulties in Europe by insisting en tho right of asylum for the man characterized as the author of the world's present 'troubles. From other sources It was learned this afternoon that 'the council was engaged in completing tho note to Holland. The note was being drawn, , in a form to emphasize it tho concerted view of the Allies that the presence of the former Emperor in Holland was a danger to the peace of Europe. Tho note, does not make any requests of Holland, but it is hoped that the Dutch Government will be drawn into reopening tho negotia tions which ended with the refusal to glvo up tho It Is intl- mated that Holland has not received a suggestion to this effect unkind ly, and that she might be willing tb Intern the forme- - Emperor outside of was-statedex-rul- Mondny in December. FISCAL COUItT. County Board of Examiners 1919 Meets first Tuesday In April and E. S. Howard S. S. O. C, Ellis Sande-fu-r, October. W. S. Hill. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Jan. 24 and 25 Common school Route 3. taste! without tiring Hartford, 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- diploma examination. Beaver Dam and Fordsvlllo. er Dam. Take Camels at any angle they surely supply May, 9 and 10 Common school 3rd District Q. D. Dfown, Simmons. cigarette contentment beyond anything you ever 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. Beaver Dam nnd Fordsvlllo. experienced. a cigarette revelation! Mny 10 and 17 County teachers' You do not miss coupons, premiums or gifts. Bth District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. examination. (White) Hartford. Vmi'll rtrpffr C!fim'f1z ntifilitv! ' May, 23 and 2 1 County teachers' 0th District W. S. Dean, Dundee. examination (colored) Hartford. State of Ohio. City or Toleao, 7th Dlstrjct B. F. Rice, Fordsville. .l June, 20 and 21 County, and Stato Lucas County, ss. i7A"l B. C. Rhoades, Hart- teachers' examination (whlto) FordsFrank J. Cheney makes oath that ho 8th District W Camels are sold everywhere m scientifically sealed pack' is senior partner of the Arm of F. J. ages of 20 c garettes or ten packages i.200 Cigarettes) m a ford, Route 6. vlllo. Cheney & Co., doing business In the City glassmepapcr-coverecarton. We strongly recommend . of Toledo, County and State aforesaid, June, 27 and 2? County and this carton for the home or office supply or wipn jou travel. HARTFORD. and that said firm will pay the sum of stato teachers' examination (colored) ONE HUNDRED DOLLARS for each Mayor J. E. Bean. N. C. R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-Saleand every case of Catarrh that cannot be Hartford. cured br the use of HALL'S CATARRH Clerk J. A. Howard. MEDICINE. FRANK J. CHENEY. July, Ohio County Institute I'l'l'i'iil1, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. Sworn to before me nnd subscribed In nnNii in iliiiM if"! Hartford. my presence, this 6th day of December, Marshal E. P. Casebler. A. D. 1SS6. A. W. GLEASON. llllUlil.Ml'ilili.l'iililillliiii'il'lilillillWllll M Mill nil Sept., 19 nnd 20 County and (Seal) Notary Public. ROCKPORT Medicine Is taken InHalt's Catarrh Stato teachers' examination, (while) tcrnnlly and nets throURh the Dlood on Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. Hartford. the Mucous Surfaces of the System. Send for testimonials, free. Clerk N. H. Bratcher. Sept. 2C and 27 County and State National OPERA SINGERS VICTIMIZED organize the Kentucky F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo. O. Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Sold by all druasrists. 75c. cachers' examination (colored) Hart Guard. Under plans of the adjutant Hall's Family Pills for constipation. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcber. ford. a battalion of field artillery and u The claque or gang that is paid to of infantry will be organ- give applause has been a feature of battalion HUN ARMY HEAD DEFIANT of ized in Louisville. now had , vC organizations of tho city, European theaters and has 1 the various Berlin, Feb. 13 General Reinhard. which can be of assistance, was a brief trial in Chicago. According to Commander-in-ChieGerman f of promised the adjutant and prospects tho complaint of two tenors of the Grand Opera company, lingers have forces, has published an order of the of the nation for "Ty VSsz. guard appeared encouraging to him. been paying from ?50 a week to $20 day saying: "Germans regard the a performance to this claque. The surrender of men accused of war J.VtlilB'rl-r21E(t'i- y Louisville Herald. i J 11 31 I managers have notified all their sing- - crimes an impossibility, an opinion FOH PFR!nVAI UVrMETJP ers that payment for applauso is no with which 'the army agrees and will Dissolved In water for douches topf Periodic Bilious Attacks. v Persons subject to periodic bilious part of the general plan of operation in no case abandon. mation. Recommended by Lydia E. o attacks will observe that their appe-titiinKnam niea. K.o. tor ten years. I A healing wonder for nanl catarrh, failsN them just beforn an attack. flora tnrnntjtnr mr.ii.. Fnnn...!..l That is, they do not really crave food Hi eiUndiary.cleniii:a nd uctmickUl power. but eat because it is meal time. It waierrM. 3i. ill drurtuu. rr rx.riJ br I nail. 1TierallonTcilrlConiwir.nlon MtM. J Children they will eat only a light meal and I TSl no meat, then take two Chamberlain' A Safe, Tablets tho attack may "be av ided. m m Remedy for Worms Chesterfield DRAFT-DODGECAUGHT. Serenty flra jfirV I Camels flavor is so refreshing, so enticing, it will win you at once it is0 new and unusual. That's what Camels expert bTend of choice Turkish and choice Domestic tobacco gives youl You'll prefer this blend to either kind of tobacco smoked straight ! As you smoke Camels, you'll note absence of any unpleasant cigaretty aftertaste or any unpleasant cigaretty odor. And, you'll be delighted to .discover that you can smoke Camels liberally Memphis, Feb. 14. Threo hundred rind thlrty-th're- o hnrdwood lumber companies nnd Individuals In sixteen states nro named nti defendants In a bill filed In Federal District Court here today charging i conspiracy tn restrain trade in violation of the Sherman anti-trulaw through the operation of nn "open competition" plan in which tho defendant concern') ' are alleged to have Joined Hearing of the petition for a temporary Injunction was set for March S. Judge C. 1). Antes, assistant nttor-nc- y general, and Henry S. Mitchell, a special nsstetant, under whose direction the suit was filed hero, will appear for tho government. Tho bill recites thnt recommendations had been distributed among tho defendants to make oral Agreements at group meetings to be held monthly w'lftch, tho government charges, would eliminate competition. States In which defendant concerns are located Include wiilo, West Virginia, Pennsylvania, Kentucky, North Carolina, Missouri, Louisiana, .Atlssia-slpp- i, Tennessee, Jlllnols, New York, Indiana and Alabama. Surgeons agree that In cases of cuts, burns, bruises and wounds tho first treatment Is most Important. When an efficient nntisoptic Is applied promptly, there is no danger of infection and the wound begins to heal at once. For use on man or beast. Borozone is the ideal antiseptic and healing agent. Buy It now nnd Price bo ready for an emergency. 25c, 50c, $1.00 and ?1.50.Sold by m Ohio County Drug Company. Hartford. 1st Monday in March 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 12 days Civil. lBt Monday in May 1st Monday in July 12 days Com'th. and Civil. 3d Monday in Septoubor 12 days CIvIL 4th Monday In November Com'th. nnd Civil. 12 days 20. COUNTY COURT. Meets first Monday in each month. Judfjo Mack Cook. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Clerk W. C. Blankennhtp. Sheriff S. A. Dratcher. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Jnllcr Worth Tichenor. Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. Survcyo!- - C. 8. Moxicy. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat'Llndley, Center-tow- n, ' 1st Monday in February; let Mondayln April; lie Mondny in Juno; lBt Monday in August; 1st Monday in October; Is? Ky. Time of Meeting JL. I your They're I I i 'I i, "Mi II 7-- I -i Every Woman Wants Wfi ji &?a Mothers use vrafmfs Veramxcle For the ons u Ii tht limt tPitiinqntal ritCVS VKKMIFUai; cu offer jou. Krtpa bnttta alwayi nn hand. It will htlp keep Uio tittle onri happy IioaIUij. ronUna. v J "A blizzard? We should worry' R Ono of tho most sensational cases g ended in tho capturo of of tho fugitive the other day. The man involved vas G. C Bergdoll, son of a wealthy former Philadelphia brewer. With hs broth r, Erwin, a n automobilo racer, ho es caped the draft and evaded all pur-sult for tw0 'cars- - Now he has been e, taken t0 Governor's -l- and fo. nial'tIal- - Ho was arrested at his mother's house, despite- a forciblo re fc sistance which she put up. In fact Chronic Constipation. her actions were such that she also There are peoplo who never have was arrested. a movement of tho bowels without it is produced by a cathartic. Most of them have brought that condition on themselves by tho use of mineral waters and strong cuthnrtics that For Infants and Children take too much water out of the sysYears tem and aggravate the disease they In Use For Over aro meant to relieve. A mild laxa- -' Always bears tivo tonic llko Chamberlain's Tablets ' SJ nalw'e of tjVUllQ , 111U1 VJIlllb Ul W1U M.tu.uo bowels that you hardly realize has .been produced by a medicine, and HEN TONIC their use is not so likely to bo fol- EGG-A-DA- Y lowed by constipation. m draft-dodginwell-knowcourt-Europ- blow. An LET 'cr a good fire, exciting the'W-isfy smoke," and you're fixed for the evening. And, mind you, the "satisfy" blend can't be copied that's why only Chesterfields can "satisfy." Succeed when everything else faHs. In nervous prostration or.d ftmalu trie Bitters h Ft S3 IN a bottlo at your drag. or central itoro i or If your dealer can't iiipply you end till name nnilZJc.luitatnpj and io'II ieiid you a UitUo glf rk anil promptly. E. & S. FREY DALTIMORE MO. m remedy, ai thousands have testified. I i it is the best medicine ,ever sold over a aruggts s counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH.TROUBLE WILL YOU TAKE OUR CASTOR TA 30 miff GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealmenl 4 EggMKdt sj' -- for WEAK LUNGS or && CALLED HER FAMILY TO HER BEDSIDE Mv CONSUMPTION A quick relic I for POISON GJKE UNTO Vernon of Snakes rrofessor II. Straus, M. D., of tho "Tho Royal Charity Hospital, says, causo for nn attack of gout, rheumatism, lumbago, is supplied by tho incrcaso of urio acid in the blood scrum, tho result of various causes, tho most frequent of which is renal. Bcforo an attack, ono suffers sometimes from headache, neuralgia, twinges of pain hero and there." When your kidneys feel liko lumps of lead, when the back hurts or the urino is cloudy, full of sediment, or you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during tho night; when you suffer with sick headache, or dizzy, nervous spells, acid stomach; or you have-- rheumatic lumbago, gout, sciatica when finins or is bad, do not neglect tho warning, but try simple means'. Take Eix or eight glasses of water during tho 'An-urio' Have you gotten your nen ipacKage oi ministers opposed to Sunday FUNEH.i.s Tonic at the store nearest hnmp? . ... .. ...w. Marysviuo, cai., Ken. n. sun- - vniir day funerals are barred 'hero by the Be sure your hens have a Ministerial Association warm nest of straw, good Tlirt mlnlctara u'Ant nn rnnnnl na rn food mixed with posed to funerals on tho Sabbath, m they interfered with other religious Hen Tonic and clean water. "To'operation of the public is asked. Give VOm' hens a chanCe and iwith eggs at seventy-fiv- e Gas in the stomach or bowels is a'cents a dozen they wiji pay dlsagreeablo symptom of a torpid , . Jigg-A-uay couehi, palm in elicit, nlchl iweali. lieraor Ii It dot rlucei. weak lungi or consumplloa. not help you it coita you nothing. aj Lock nox 616 OHIO MEDICAL GO, COLUMBUS O FORGONEtired,MONTH run down fcelloe, tint . -- . Six Tears Ago, TLinkiag She Might Die, Says Texas Lady, But New She Is a Well, Strong Woman and Praises Cardoi For Her Recovery. Kll-ma- p, USE LIV-VER- -L AX Yuba-Sutt- er liver. To get rid of it quickly Herbino. It is a marvelous etimulant and bowel purifier. COc. Sold by Ohio County take liver Price Drug m ENLISTS SUPPORT HERE Adjt. Gen. James M. Doweese spent tho greater portion of yesterday In Louisville conferring with various organizations, chief among which wai tho Louisville Hoard of Trade, enlisting their support In his effort to re- - Royie City, Tex. Mra. Mary the better. That was six years air of this place, says; "After the and I am still here and am a well, strong woman, and I owe my life to birth of my little girl... my side comCardul. I had only taken half the menced to hurt me. I had to go back bottle when I began to feel better. to bed. W called the doctor. He The misery In my side got less... 1 t i . treated me... but I got no better. I continued right on taking the Cardul ulS UlVluenUS. i For Sale by got worse and worse until the misery until I had, taken three bottles and I ' fT V. Ppntinlnw TTnvtnn W ul1fUUla ilUllUUi was unbearable... I was In bed tor did not need any more for I was well A. W. Johnston Drug Co., three months and suffered such agony and never felt better in ray life... I villo. have never had any trouble from that C. C. King, Dundee. that I was just drawn up in a knot... day to this." A. C Leach, Roslno, Ky. I told my husband it he would get Do you suffer from headache, backLaws & Harrison, Narrows, n. 1. A. W. Midklff, Narrows, R, No. 2. me a bottle of Cardul I would try it. . . ache, pains in sides, or other discomL. C. Morton & Son, Centertown. I commenced taking it, however, that forts, each month? Or do you feel Ohio Co., Drug Co., Hartford, Ky. evening I called my family about weak, nervous and' fagged-outIt so, F. Itonfrow & Co., Narrows. "Xf n Ho ma Pm Tin Owtrt me... for I knew I could not last give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a nl rtf " ' many days unleu I bad a change for trlaL A. W. Willis, Hartford. J, 31 Egg-A-D- ay For Lazy Liver and' the Troubles ot Constipation. t Fool right nil tho time. Don't lay oft from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant Llo- - Ver-Lu- x keeps yo on your feet, whilorcliovingyourtroujx le. Safer too, and easy to take. Donl tako anything else. You can't afford It, Eliminates poisons, cleanses eys tern and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in Us actions, sur in its effect and certain in results. bo long beforo Lio- - ax wiD completely displnco calomel in ever homo Children can tako it freely ani With perfect safety. Everv bottle iruar. anteed. &0c and $1 in bottles. None genuino without tho likeness and Blpoi turo of L. K. Griiisby, For sale by r " K. Mi W.ILLIAiia, . UirtXonl. KB 't Ve--L- t Fords-Compan- y, ? ft 1 day, then obtain at your nearest drug (anti-uri- o acid). ' store This is tho discovery of Dr. Pierce of tho Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y. "An-uriis an antidote for this urio acid poisoning and dissolves urio acid in tho body much as hot coffeo dissolves sugar. "Anurio" will nenetrato into tho joints nnd muscles, and dissolve tho poisonous accumulations. It will stamp out toxins. Send 10 cents to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for trial package. vT I ; Your Neighbors Choice Why do the farmers of Ohio County in EVERY test where the De Laval is placed side by side with other machines, take the De Why do Laval? dairy and creamery everywhere men give the De Laval preference? Why are more De Lavals in use than all other makes combined? Let us place a De Laval in your home questions to your satisfaction. J. D. WILLIAMS & SONS, Both Phones Beaver Dam, Ky. The HOME of John Deere Implements, Delker and Hercules Buggies, Owensboro Wagons, Letz Feed Gas Engines and Power Washers, Rose I Grinders,and Blount Plows, Campbell Corn Drills, Clipper 1 Fairbanks Morse Line, Harness, Hardware, Feed and X Fence the place where your money buys the most, I Remember the discount, 5 per cent for cash. ' 1 young grass and clover sown under the grain. "Whon tho farmers In the Rough fcreek Club understood flio vnluo of llmcstono on thlr broken mountain farms they were willing to buy It and haul It over heavy roads. Tho re making of sandstono soils will soon bo an established fact and the rough country In tho foothills of tho moun tains will blossom In heavy crops of clover." M. L. McCIUCKEN. C. A. ri THE NORTHERN STATES HAVE ADOPTED THE SO' AUTO -TRACK WAGOr" Which Would You Buy? K-- For Kitchen Efficiency. Arrange your kitchen, equipment so 1 mt it wltl give you tho most help and take tho least work. Chooso things easy to clean and care" for. Try to locate the stove, sink, work table and storage places so there will bo no unnecessary steps in moving from one to the other. Have a good light where you work. Adjust sinks and work table to tho height most comfortable for the person who uses them. Group your utensils so that you can reach them easily. Put those most frequently used In the most convenient places. Small ones may bo hung on little hooks fastened to the wall or the edge of a sholf. Group them near the places in which they are most used and put those used together near each other. Get rid df useless things. YOU were buying a farm and there were farms of exactly the same size for sale, located right iext 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 same 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 IFtwo straw-and-mu- Swlrl-Coaplin- Which farm would you buy in a case like that ir the price was about the same in both instances? Foolish question, isn't it? Well, then 4 and FilA-Whe- 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 that the Weber Wagon's known reputation is unquestioned "fifth-wheel" swivel-reach-coupli- 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 i X i i 1 FARM DEPARTMENT. ' rf f for cultivation should write the. Ex1lfv To HIil Flock of Fleas. In many of the southorn and south- periment Station at Lexington Kv, western States fowls and chicks arc for Hulletln No. 22. It will pay him often Infested by a 'species of flea and he should do it now." jr. l. Mccracken. commonly known as tho "stick-tight- " flea, because- of Its habit of sticking Cooperation Paid. to ono place on tho bird Instead of moving about llko llco and mites. Any community can cooperate suc- They are usually found in clusters cessfully it It will begin with the on the comb, wattles, and around the things at home. Tho County Agent eyes. Chicks, when Infested, often 'has clipped from a lato issue of tho A scald burn, or severe cut heals dlo quickly. Old fowls, whllo usual-- J southern Agriculturist the following Economy Is Acid .Tcht. In Judging slowly If neglected. The family that hits the ly stronger and more resistant, will jslmplo story of community, coopera-ccas- e Good Cooks. NOTHING Chesterkeeps a bottle of Ballard's Snow Lini laying, or nearly so, and some- - tlon: The real superiorly of a good cook fields. And the blend can't times dlo as tho result of tho attacks. ( "During educational week last Aug. lies not so much In making fancy or ment on hand is always prepared for it's a secret. be copied Price 25c, 50c and "Stick-tight- " fleas breed In cracks tho patrons of tho Pigeon Roost expensive dishes as in the attractive such accidents. No use looking foe and crevices of brood coops and poul-- ' School District of Jackson County, preparation of inexpensive, everyday $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun m "Satisfy" anywhere But in try houses, aiul. dry animal or vege- - Kentucky, met at tho school houso dishes, and In tho skillful combina- ty Drug Co. Chesterfields.' table refuse, but not In damp or wet Qnd formed an organization to extend f tion of flavors. Tho appetizing New Orleans, La. No cases of huplaces. Therefore, to gel rid of them 'the work of 'ho farmers' club and a dishes a good cook can mako out of man plague have occurred hero since It Is necessary to clean and spray the commltteo was appointed to outline tho cheaper cuts of meat or of me"at December 15. Bat extermination houses and runs thoroughly, as well a system of work for the bettermen "left-overare almost endless. More continues vigorously, however. 10,-7say poultry 0f tho community. Tho commltteo 'as to treat tho birds, skill and time, are required In their rats were killed In" November uppclallsts in tho United States De- - reported at the next meeting that the preparation than In tho simple cookand 27,404 In December. The PubGreaso tho school children needed a number of ing partment of Agriculture. of tho more expensive cuts, Just comb and wattles of tho fowls andWalk logs across small streams and as more tlmo and skill aro required lic Health Service Is cooporatlng with chicks with n preparation of kerosene ai80 a wlro foot bridge across a large for careful Intelligent marketing than m O' and lard 1 paro kerosene to 3 parts crcok.- It was suggestod that a model for haphazard ordering. Onco upon KEXTfJCKIAX APPKALS to ronu fronting tho school property of lard being vory caroful not a time somo housekeepers seemed to TO COXGItESS TO MAKE use too much of tho nilxturp or got'moie than 175 yards long be built; have a prejudice against economizing. GIHLS' DltESSES STAID any of It In tho birds' eyes or on otherxthat tho school grounds should have y most of them aro glad to have placos whore It is not necessary, as gome shade trees; tho house bo paint-I- t suggestions for economical methods Washington, Feb. 12. Congres may cause injury If used to freely. 0d; window shades provided; and a which will Insure the comfort of tho sional action to bring about the death and spray tho coops and iargo lamp for tho benefit of tho club family and keep iho meals varied and Clean knell of low neck dresses, georgette houses thoroughly, thosamo as for at night, be procured, appotizlng as when they cost more and articles of tho feminine! poultry mltos; also wot or spray the, Tho money required for these lm- - A good housekeopor, tho United waists such as lip stick rouge and eye r toilet -yards or runs, especially any dry soil provements was raised In two ways" tates Department of Agriculture sug- - brow pencils, is urged In a letter re nousos. sucn us mr. nrst, uy rreewiu oironngs, ami, sec-- " nnout the poultry ls 8hould tako as much pride In ceived todnv liv Ttonrcsentatlve John lloors or ground unuoruuuiu " uumu onil, ny a pie supper uuiu m wiu setting a good tablo at a low price as V. Langley Tenth Kentucky District. floor, with a solution of salt and school building. Tho boys and glrlJ a manufacturer does In lessening tho water, which helps to keep tho ground furnished the entertainment About cost of production in his factory. moist and provonts tho Upas irom 570 was ralsod. It required a con- flnntlBFluidPacJ breeding. sldorablo amount of tlmoto do all i In most sections of tho United had planned, but by States good pastures, If properly ustho commltteo all tho district being willing to lend ed, glvo tho cheapest feed for cattle LCtr. Learn About Tractor. rMBKTBBIII I nana in uotn money aim and should be utilized for fattonlug, Jv.RiE t If I fi fill imTllttllS? Tho County Agont is asked In- - n helping -Willi-lou- t JSB 'work, tho work was complPtol &; r whenever possible. numborablo question's about tractors. i:cs.'Q --t any hardships to anyone. Some ho enn answer and others ure Breaks Your Vitality Leaves You ' o Judging. beyond him, so ho Is giving bolow a Limestone Pays. Helpless When Kvposcil to A real need in agricultural regions review of Bullqtln 222, "Tractor ExWhon ovorybody Is boosting llmo-ston- o today is more widespread knowledge Other Germs apperience In Kentucky,". which tho county agent Is always de- of how" to Judge live stock properly. Agricupeared In tho Southorn . , rnnni.-- .l PER CENT. THESE ABE DANGEHOUS BAYS lighted to glvo an added boost. A While the Judging of the finest ani, lturist: AVciielablcPrcparationfarAs-from tho Southern mals la likely to romnln an art In "Tho farmer In Kentucky who ha clipping taken a Is given hero ns which relatively fow persons can at- If In Doubt About Your Blood Tnko beon considering tho use of a tractor Agriculturist linOthcMomacflsanumm Pcpto-Mnngitho generou3 use tain the highest standing, novortho-les- s Famous lied bo glad to know that n bulletin splondld boost for will Blood Builder a- whgle should bo Experiment of ground limestone: farmers as has beon Issued by tho f "Tho tremendous value of ground thoroughly familiar with the general Thcrcuj'PromoilnfiDKcstion; Station at Lexington which will help If you aro Just recovering from a limestone is recognized far back " .prlncIpIe8 of jutiging stock. Knowl him to solvo his problem. "Tructor Cheerfulness aMra-""- : ...- - euge of thl8 Bort ia a roal a83et. fight with the "Flu," it will bo weeks Experience In Kentucky," Bulletin the rootimis 01 me iHuu.uuuis ui neither Oplum,Morphtacnor; uiuiui, tho art or juuging uoet came is mo before you're really out of danger. No. 222, by "W. D. NIcholls, assoclato iu-t- j. Mineral. Its Bough Crook Community Club, Jias foundation of all beef-cattYour blood has exhausted shows, editor of this paper Is full ,of tcfJadDsaaiutm& Fortunate- bought cooperatively four carloads of and also Is largely tho means of de- strength It Is In no condition to Information. m-qnd hauled termining tho valuo of cattle offered light off other disease germs It may tlust ftntia ly, this Informatfon has not beon de- this JtxhUiSaltt Ky. Five m 1)ubUc saieBj jt B0rvos as a balls bo oxposed to. That Is why doctors veloped through field tests at tho Ex- It ten miles from London, new maca for every man who buys and raises advho staying away from crowds as periment Sta'tion; but It has been se- miles of this ton miles Is a flve-mll- o now dam road, but tio remaining cattle to seek improvement along long as possible. CUnfti'ltoSS1' cured from 320 farmers who are no metal You can help your blood got back. lines, using tractors on their farms In Ken- climb Is heavy, grades with on It and mud. holes aro filled with Sample scoro cards for fat and feeder-- Its strength Its stability to fight oft .lfnl Remedy for tucky. Even a light load Is beef c ConstipauonandDlarrboM. .? summary of tho chief ad logs or brush. cattlo and for breeding beef disease by taking that splendid tonA concise Pi-oss cattle, together with a model card ic and rcvcnwY --lvantages of tho Tactor for everyday slow work for a splondld tearti. .vis1 will sup- In tho Pur - for conn,aratrvo Judging by class or Tho famous blood builder of "Besides edco'.r) farm uso caver the first two pages of rcsiilUnilhcrcftoranjarawy-rairmlcSi4natJiosame small team, constitute part of the material P'y the iron and other properties your ,TTS. tho booklet, allowing the farmer to chase of limestone, this has contained In a recont Farmers' Bulle- - blood lacks and help you 'regain your got li'ls bearings before he reads the club of enthusiastic farmers should bought a lime sproador, so that the tin Issued by tho Department of Agrl - ,11 Unie vigor and enthusiasm, coninloto bulletin. Tho farmer n today. It may properly. distribut cultrue, entitled "Judging Beef Cat - J Got H?ssi not, howover, think of the bulletin as limestone might bo ' fcnTftoTMBCoHP oniy z ed on tho land. Tho Kentucky edi tie." The 21 pages of text discuss be had at any drug store In either or great slzo, for It contains IrKSS' hew: yoric. tho country about In nonular lanRuaKO tho various fea- - "quid or tablet form. Mako your res a w pages, Including photographs of trac- tor rocontly visited tho r (.wioitip iiopf Mttin nmi it own cholco as to liquid or tablet and was surprised tors at work. Any farmer who reads London exquisite green wheat atfields contains suggestions regarding their Thoy are exactly the same In medicipamphlet carefully and many this small graced tho flolds of scoring. The bulletfn may bo had nal value. Tako which over you pro-fo- r. then discusses It thoroughly with that woul.d havo Ho learn- freo upon request. will have a fairly good Idea tho bluegrass of the stato. neighbors But bo sure vou get tho genuine weak ed that most of these beautiful fields of the strong point and the Exact Copy of Wrapper. application of lime, Ask tor "Oudo's" and U. 8. LE.))S l.V AUTOS. bo kept In, mind when buy- - ( had had a llboral points to lnn-n- ,l 1. tl,n tl.n il bo sure that the naino is on'tho pack-agw.w .w u Every tanner as wio uw.uu.o lng an Iron horsei (Advertisement.) wheat and the number of automobiles owned 1C0 acres which Ho fairly well dust holped both the owning lf s" 57 To-daI I Making an Oil Floor Mop. For cilcd or polished floors an oiled floor mop la almost a necessity. Several makes can bo found on tho market, or ono may bo mado of old stockings or any discarded woolen or flannelette material. In a Farmers' Bulletin on "Farm Home Conveniences," obtainable free from the U. S. Department of Agriculture, the following directions for making such a mop are given: wide The material is cut into strips, which are sowed across the middle to a foundation of heavy cloth. This Is fastened to an old broom handle or used In a clamp mop handle. The mop, when finished, Is dipped cup into a solution made of one-haof melted paraffin and one cup of kerosene, and then allowed to dry. to keep It moist it Is rolled tightly and kept in a paper bag, away from stoves or lamps.- ch 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 WAGON In the United States Is estimated by the Alexander Hamilton Institute of New York to bo four-fifth- s of the world's stock.' The world, has less than 7,900,000 In all and .the United States has more than 6,400,000 Of the other countries Great Britain leads with some 4oo,0ou, rranco has 200,000 and Canada 300,000. It U noticeable that the country that has tho most autos has tho poorest roads ' on the whole. t from one of his constituents. Young men are being turned from tho path of righteousness and husbands and wives are being separated because of the way young girls in tho community dress and "make up," tho said. Silk hose also are scorn- ed because they are exposed to the public view. Citizens of the community are planning to get .p a petition request- lng that some action le taken to bring about a reform in the lnlne dress, according to the letter. fern-writer "Let's top it off with a good smoke Chesterfield Influenza Weakens The Blood W Af mh I - Ufiu UilBft For Infants Children. and iwiwnif m 11 I I 11 K 1 II inI m-rr -- - Ueef-Cuttl- CftSTORIJI Mothers Know Tliat Genuine (!; - Always Bears the Signature of M t .t !' .Air In le hotauw .- I 11 V 11 Use For Over Zf Pepto-Manga- n. Popto-Manga- - Thirty Years i,. w ! CASTORIA THCeiNTAuiiegMMNr. 1 .... Pepto-Manga- n. woeiT. o. lt . W ft H"!iK.1 TiTJMHM'. JftfcfcAiW rSKnSJJTT', I ""V , A'w-- V. a(w-vi- I STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) h3 .dlvfirco ho nskcd for an $150.00 .EparJraanth nllmony. I'm suro going ta shniv JJiat artlclo to my wlfo. If fjon sm mo cutting up around town at nights you will know It worked. '" 'Wn "notice In tho papers where r. stann sued his ttia for divorce and tallnous: nnd tho Court Rave him all skool owning a black eye today ma & I sed It was becatis I told Pug Stevens 2 cunt out in tho yard. Thnts what t told her. Pug sed 2 me if ho caut'me ho was going 2 punch 'my faco In. I sed Come on out & do It & ho done It. did not go to Bllsterses party. Thursday Saw Jano at skool St sed to her I was sorrey I htrtf 2 miss the party & she sed Oh, wassent you there. So I pressoom she dlddent miss me. Very much. ast me how did It happen E.V.KAISER WILHELM'H DEMISE IS STATED Although tho former kaiser of Germany has for his own safoty been living in extreme seclusion tho world is Interested to hear of him now nnd then, not so much because of nny feeling', for his wolf aro ns to learn how his nibs Is bearing up under tho weight of his mental burdens nnd Us j Lin mm ' its. Even his countcnonco has been come from themselves Into metamorphosed nnd his own mother . but wo nromlse .death than ocenng yfm were she living wouldn't know him. nto.do 'better next year, and should exlgtcd pan Beforo ho wont away from Gern fall, wo arc going to move to cut of It comes from the rivers now, but many the more notoriety ho had tho out this lenp year stuff. only a llttlo In comparison to all tho better ho liked It. Ho was Jealous V water thero Is In the ocean. I will try of anyono who attracted moro atten.A IS tp?iind clilld was recently born to tell you simply how all the water tion than ho did. Now ho shuns to airs. Logan Johnson, of Lothalr, society and nothing is 'so distasteful the ocean. snuarVhltesburg, Ky. Our critic Mr. got lr.to was time when there was as tho curious public who haunt tho a There .Ann Tie Ited, of Duluth, Minn., will no water on the earth at all. That vicinity of tho castle. f9lunio N. D. Yes, and Mrs. Cap was when the earth was red hot, just quit William's private physician iUivls, of near Beaver Dam, Is tho as It Is today on tho Insldo.and at him a short while ago. It is said, girl Mr isnMlier of a new that time nil the water we have today that he could not support himself on R. will please N. B. sonib more wns up In JA.T. " the air in trio form of gases. tho meager wages that Bill paid Stranee as it may seem to you, If you him. A -- military surgeon was hur""Wo thought wo wore to land a good take two gases, one called hydrogen riedly summoned from Berlin to fsocrol and thereby get a story for and the other oxygen, and mix them guard the Hohenzollcrn health until this column tho other day when we the right way, they will turn Into another doctor of ch OOD IDEA! . aw JMnck Toglo approach Bat Nail water, and If you had the right kind could be found whose love for hl3 Open ywlth a troubled expression and in you could take former ruler was great enough to ho wanted of chemical apparatus mnUirfr-one- s tell Uat that Lucl Strikcpack-- s water and turn it into these gases permit his going into exllo with him. rtexiS."hlm to press his suit for him. way tear A house In tho village of Doom has again. When, then, the earth was Crr.rhlzi We thought, "somobody's to still all red hot, all of our water was been purchased for tho off part )f the top We i Itraulmnde'd Mack a rubber mlt. these live In afterjio leaves Bcutinck castle. when wo sneak-re- up In the air In the form of 4BTjre did feel relieved two gases. Then, later on, when the If there is anything In superstition we rip a bit closer and cocked our was may look for William to cross the up and found out It was amount of heat on the earth Protects the Lucky Strike :good dar just right to make these gases mix great divide soon after he takes resiSlack's coat and trousers ho wanted together, cigarette a cigarette made the water came down out dence there. A belief is current in pressed and not that other sort of creat Quantities. and i the neighborhood that tho house has nf thp nlr In o. of that delicious real Btir-Is- y , suit. there was so much of It that it com- - t baneful effect on its male occupants. W tobacco. It's toasted. pletely covered the whole earTITaud Past history bears this out, it1 Is told. FOR SALE . STOCK on, for for men who have gone thero live only Later " good brood mares, 1 mule, 3; 1 no land was visible. mountains were a short time. (ft 7 mule, 5; 2 fillies, 3 years old. 3 various reasons, So Bill had better bo cafeful where ' Polled Cows and Calves, 1 Polled thrown up on the earth's surface by fs now Durham J3ull C months old. All good great earthquakes, and every time a ho takes up his lodgings. He Irregumountain or high place was formed past CO, an age when men of 'stack, priced right. p o n A.T,eo Inco 3ome place else, and the water r.in lar proclivities are apt to succumb E. P. BARNARD & SONS, Into thtso low places and stayed to the machinations of evil genii Beaver Dam, Ky. ".tlSiSp1 there and that uncovered more .of more readily than In younger years. RCIGARETTE PASSES CIGAR the "land, because there wasn't enough Specialists who were formerly eloso pelm,!nc.. contafnc one aero highest and best bidder, at tho Court A. Taylor, and Gcorgo - Lynn nnd AS THE NATIONAL SMOKE water to fill all the holes and cover to him declare thathe is insane; with mora or loiH rung the same land House door in Hartford, Ky., oa Mon- - wife, Mary E. Lynn, by deed dated tho tho 12th .day of August 1907, and 1920. at Ren the land, too, and' that is what such handicaps it would not do to conveyed to VIg Hocker by Dick- which day, March 1st., .u., upuu about m ..v.u ... Clerk's offico, , r. Hour o: jo tiam .Ohio County ...v.. ........ .... ..nnd con-reand wife, on May 2G, 1906, der Cigar types of tobacco are produced makes our continents and islands take unnecessary chances. deed Is of record hi deed book 33, six months, tho following described veyed by Cessna Realty Company to tho estate, located nnd being-lIn Now England, Now York, Pennsyl- and all of tho land we see. There is Clerk's office Niagra Falls, N. Y"., Tests of air page 512, Ohio County bo rcnuired to East Hartford addition to the City of S. S. Maplo by deed dated March 4. TTin nnrnlt.iHnr wtlL vania, the Malmi Valley In Ohio, Wis- - now about three times as much earth 1911, nnd of record In deed book 40, hnrp., rnndllpt- - . execute bond immediately after sale Hartrorl, Kentucky, ccwit: In nnn u .. fnrtnrlnc . v 'conBin, Georgia and Florida. Of tho covered with water as there Is land. ... wVi. nf ihn .- -.. page 214, Ohio County Clerk's office. Lots Nos. 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 1C ed by officers of tho U. S. Public ' with security to be approved by tho The purchaser will bo required to entire tobacco crop of 1.3S9.000.000 Of course, the sun Is always picking A lien will be retain- commissioner. 19 in Block "K"; lots Nos. IS pounds in 1919, tho cigar types con- up water through, what Is called Health Service rovealeJ tho fact tliat ed ctcthu land! Herein sold asaddltloni 16,4. 5,and 7. S, 9. 10, II, 12, 14. 15. execute bond Immediately after snip, C. 3. and tho evaporation, which means that i It is each cubic foot of air contained more al stfcnrity. Said bond to have tno 1C, 17. IS. 19, 20, 21, 22. nnd 23 In with security to Abo approved 'by tho stituted about Hen will bo- retaincommissioner. export taken into the air in the form of than 200,000,000 tiny particles ! forca and offo-j- t of a Judgment. chawing, smoking, snuff, and block "LMr lots Nos. 3, 4V 5, C, 7. S, 9, sold as additional sedust," almost as hard as, diamond Given under my hand this tho 10th 10, 11. 12 and 13 In block "P' in ed on tho landbond to have tho forco curity. Said Xtypcs most of the remainder, accord- gase3. Later it comes down again in to t&B day of February, f2tJ. East Hartford Addition to tho cityad- and effect of n Judgment. ing to the Bureau of Crop Estimates, the form of rain and falls into the dust and extremely dangerous OTTO C. MARTIN, shown by plot of said Glvun under my band this the 10th of Agriculture. oceans or on the land, where It sinks lungs and air passages. Master Commissioner O. C. C. M. S. Department dition which Is of record in Deed day of February, 1920. o M. L. Heavrln, Attorney. 31, pago 233. Ohio County heavy producers In, finally finding a stream or river, Book !nii,iclEnr types aro OTTO C. MARTIN, NOTICE FOR PAROLE. Clork's office. Said low being samo per acre, the average for 1919 being and sooner or later gets back into Master Commissioner, O C. C. conveyed to Cessna Realty ComMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. land M L. Heavrln, Attorney. 1.2B5 pouuds, while tho other types the ocean again. pany by K L. Taylor and' wife, Mary Notice Is hereby given to all con ft had an average of 075 pounds. Ohio Circuit Court. cerned that' r wilPon the first Tuw ' Willie Barrett and Lucy Collins, Tfiefore 1919 the average farm price In May. 1920, file my appllca- - Jessie. Fogle, Plaintiff. vs.. vn '.iirmi. fvnns nf tnlmeco wasal- - colored people of Rockport and Ech day Notice of salo. Unn with rhp Hnnril of CTantrol for a' Alvie Fogle, Defendant ,,w.n thnt nf the other tvnes. ols, were married at the .Court House v Pursuant to a Judgment nnd order Judge Cook performing the parole from th3 Konliichy Slate Peui' .W5 jnrhole, but in that year tho of salo of the Ohio Circuit Court ententlary. to- - ceremony traordlnary European demand for tered In tho above styled action at the This Feb 20, l.).!0. November term. 1919,iircc:ingr mo to hnccn other than tho cigar classes. MONT V. DAUGHRTY. USING OWL HUNTERS sell the' hereinafter described real the Imemnsely Increased use of O- crtate for tho purpp3o of paying tho AIRPLANES ARRESTED cigarettes raised tho averto'bacco lor Judgment of tho plainriff against .tho FOR SALE .lofr.TTiIntit Jh Mm sum nf SM.OO to-age farm price of tho composite chew-Id... !totlior with tlin prist nf this action and The first arrest under the Migra smoking, snuff, and export types Poland uiina uuw he eost oI U8 sa, r w,u orfor for wild - Six pure-bre- d or great- tory Bird Treaty Act for hunting Poland sal0 at puiiic outcry to tho highest ' 10 41.3 cents on December 91, jeents for fowl from an airplane was made in bred to puro-bre- d, ly above the price of 21 THESE . GILTS ARE i audi best bUltff r at tho Court Hottso long arm China Boar, . f - . .v .1n ATri TTnl.iit.1 I.'ViiitniilMf Indeed, tho latter Missouri recently when the tlg'ar tobacco. ltL J1AY tho law reached into the air and BRED TO FARROW tobacco had a lower prlco of Js 3 each, worth twice elaas of seized two men for hunting and kill JUNE. Price ?25.00 free. 8X months the following described than in either 19 IS or 1917. not ing wild geese from an air craft. The the money. Pedigrees furnished lying anil being- - in Ohio of increase of production, but by a warden of tho Two brood Sows, due to farrow Feb. real estate, cl- - arrest was made because of weaker demand. Tho Biological Survey, United States De- 20th. Tho Sows aro blf b"?' ' 'lot 'of ground' and dwelling , gar has been ovortakea und passed registered, i , one tHo th partment of Agriculture, which ad- type Poland Chinas 2 years by the cigarette. the the Migratory Bird Treaty One is 3 years oldeach, other $7&.00 rjir Pont Highway adjacent to tho ministers Public road crossing- - near bimmons t4 worth Act. Followlngjheir arrest the hun- old Price $50.00 .SLATS' DIARY. each. One 10 months old. registered 0 &&&&& required to ters made tho trip to tho offico of Vv Poland China Boar, big type, r will ;oxecuto honA immediately after sale, .... I tawking about pco-j- tho United States Commissoner at take $50.(10 for this hog and ho Is irlih aocnrllv r lin nnnrnvnd liv the "Friday I was in their plane. flirting & ma sed it was wrong Caruthersylle, Mo., boasted pt their worth $100 for he Is going to make commissioner, and n Hen will be ro- "previously '' sold, to securo tho hog that was ovor jn'tained on tho laud lor 2 flirt tic peopul genrelly was They had payment oi same, oaiu uunu in huvu ability, whllo flying,' to herd tho the largest county. These hogs are all ,.,. jwnlshed for dfllng so. Pa ho.start-e- i ,i ' ffwt nf n imiemfpnt. effectively than sportsmen Ohio avoid you-a kidding her & ho sed Dont you geese more Given tinder my hand this tho 10th possibly do. first class and as well bred as ' on tho ground can how you used 2 flirt with United day of FL.bniary.l927. rocoltick anywhere Ih the Hunting of tho sort in which they en- will Una TTO aMA fin, My reason for selling.-- Is that MB vrhou we seen each other at tho gaged is specifically forbidden by the States. rezorts & plckMcks. ma athelng business. In fact...narneg & smith, Attorneys. if you chew and tho regulations I want to quit tho jrmlled lafflngly & then sho sed Yes Federal law vuiuu Sivcral States have I want to sen everyimr.s i thereunder. any trae in yo a "lUBLlC SALE of idltl flirt with you when I was a yuag forbidding hunting from seo, anil If thero Is van-iaAnd I shuroly got my punlsh-wiun- t- passed lawsamong 7 H yqu will own something. thorn lielng Cali I will of for for salo at public auc Yours. to soil,. Pa sed no more on tho subjeck. airplanes, 33tt fornia, Michigan and New Jersey. tion, on the- list day of Fob. 1920. Saturday I toar my panco .as I W. S. DEAN, Dundee. I f at my Ifvery barn and resldenco In was a playing with Brlzz (which la AIRPLANES MAY CLIMR aiy dogs nnlm) & I abt ma 2 so thorn MASTER COSniISSIOXKU'S SAJT.E Centertown,. Ky., the following deHIGHER, RY INVENTION Ono road Wagou, scribed proDerti" np but bho was bizzy & give mo a Oklo Circuit Court. 'on drummor Wagon, two Buggies. mmitta & thread & sed Fix It yuro have Two American Inventors ilanklng; e. Brown. Special g own bolf. So I started 2 thrcd tho worked out a mechanical supercharg L. Commissioner, ot Deputy, " t fl 1IarrowB two 'Horses, oimi extra, Saddlo, single und whxIIo but whon over I tried 2 put er to supply air at pressure vs. Notice of sale. Farming imple- flaublo Harness. 4ha throd in its oyo it kinda winked to alrplano engines at all altitudes. VIg Hocker, ot al. Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment and ordertgntg ari(1 atll0r things too numorous n I got Jakes ma 2 thred it. I sow-- D Whon an alrplano whoso engine a of salo of th Ohio Circuit Court en- mentlon It Tast 2 sum clothing which was on oxygon from tho surround- tnred in thr, above styled action at Its to 5 i Mindornoth. "'M"""'" iwjw ing atmosphoro gets high above tao torm 191 , directing- mo to sea uio Snnday Saw a couplo of yung oarth whoro tho pressure is much be- hereinafter described real estate for Sale begins promptly at 9 o'clock, Judgment, 32ja P- loktM which was just married & I low that at sea lovol Its power Js tho purpose of paying tha & Com-- I of tho Plaintiff. A. D. Park Centertown, icy. you hate 2 watch yung seriously feed 2 pa Dont . at uu loei, ior pany, against tho defendant, In tho .reduced; Tight-K- ept lokes which Is so much In lovo & pa Instance about DO per cont of the SU1U OI S2.ia.lU, Willi illimvai Vliu.w-- ! por an - MOSTER COM.MISSIONEUS SALK I dont mind It much raplyed & sed No powor Is lost and at 25,000 on at tho rate ot 6 per cont normal num from May 1st, 1915. until paid. It nlnt my fault. foot tho loss amounts to about 75 Ohio Circuit Court, tho cost of tho above a woman at per cont. Tho suporchnrger which together withand tho cost of this salo. T. II. Wood, Plaintiff. Monday They was styled action va. Notlco of salo. skool today to lecksuro on tooth. Sho apparently solves tho problem thct I will offer for sale at public outcry bidder, tho Defendant. looked u't all our teeth & sod they many aviation experts at homo and to the highest .3and bestITn.lfA.,1 atTn1! Rosa Ehret, in n l...li.f..nni a n .1 aw.Iah . .. .. .. .. l 11..,....h. iu u juuhiiiviii. iiuiiiuiu, us only 2 boys In tho room which abroad have valnly wrestled with Is UOUri liOuaU uuur ill March 1, 1920, j of x.uisuuiiltho Ohio Circuit uuu uiuot iv Court on-salo of tucky, on Monday, hop there teeth nloo. Thoy wassent expected to raiso tho limit of altl-tud- o ubqut tho hour of 12;30 P. M., tered at tho November 1919, term, on a credit ot six months, tho follow In tho abovo styled action, directing mo noethor. materially. in .losorllmil mill nstatn with thn lm- - inn .in nnniinlsHlnnoi1 nf saiil court tn ' Tuesday Janot sent mo a porno at , ,soll tho hereinafter described real provements thereon, lying ono-ha- lf Washington, O. C. The United south-eaon V peace of paper toduy. It roto of McIIenry, Ohio County, estato for the purposo of paying tho KtntRH PiiIiIIr Health Sorvlco Is HOW And MM.MM na .W..V- -. Imlirtiinnt It ... ed Iiu dreomlng of tho follow Yhloh i..ii.i.h Ml" fim.it. Iml WM f.illnwtt. JM..n...W..V rt. with...I THidtn, ... I1.a ai.t.i IVUIllUUU, .W In ...U MM... nt of $800.00, Interest thej-eot: has. stole my heart away But ho has operating 43 hospitals for the cafe iwi "SLW Jt. M'f of per Beginning s streak or yoiiow which is wjuu u oi uiscuargeu, uisauiou soiuiers, wu Thompson's S. 14 feet from William tho rate23, 61911, cont per annum from A8 until paid, togethor E. corner running 210 March huOhon hay. Sho alnt g'qttlng onny ors, marines ami war nurses, who nr.' feet south to a stake; thence west with tho cost of tho above styled 0 -wore of my candy. Nor wux n'eethor. beneficiaries of tho War Jllsk Infeet to a stake; thence north 210 tlon and the cost of this sale, I will v "lidnesday I went homo from surance Act. foet to a stake; thence east 210 foet oKer (or sale at public outcry to tho ' i JdvnrtouT WHERE DID WATER IX ,Wnrcknowlcdgo that Mr. Ann Tli THE OCEANS COME his crltl Olial.had gome grounds for management or the paper, llsippolntmcnts. Bill Is living under dlfforent conditions than ho did when ho resided at Berlin. His life is changed not FROM? only; in reference to his relations with others but alsb his own personal hab- (X which empty "" vi far w4feipM& X er d, rCiP - t&SiSw your -- Guaranteed bv ihjW MytAJLyCet al a I one-sixt- h, .r ,jp k. big-bon- -- AuTlrvtn"tX;.r? I bo-jui- so Ft JSue It, ... td if I'll ' iiSr-- i -- S. toner a neariy meal, you'll tliat stuffy feeling stick n ' ! k v t - 4. WRiGLEYS Other benefits: to teeth, breath, appetite, nerves. That's good deal to get for cents! sea-lev- el ! ds u, .. Sealed Right i i.-.-- ' nt st 4 nc-21- -- Thc Flavor Lasts y