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Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 19 HARDING MINDFUL p, HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, TO CONVENE NOV. 22 Ellis, O.; Douglass Williams, a.; Rnymond Robertson, C; Virgil Crowo P.; Herbert Pato F.; and Myrvlllo (rand Jury To Ho Empaneled At This Term Though Little Huslncvt Rhoads, S,ub will journey to Fords-vlll- o Is In Sight. today where they clash with tho High School Team of that pjace. Prof. Hoy F. Foreman will accompany Tho November Term Ohio Circuit tho team. Court will convene here In Its regular November Session tho 22nd of this OUR NEXT PRESIDENT month. This Is a regular Grand Jury Term and evil doers are to bo looked after In tho customary manner. The Juries have been drawn and In all probability notcles havo been delivered in most cases. Those from among whom tho list will bo made up Is as follows: Petit Jurors. R. C. Hockor, L. A. Stevens, N. W. Moseley, R. E. Baldwin, John Duncan, L. C. Harper, Burt Barnard, C. E. Miller, Ike Hennlng, O. T. Bur-dett- e, Gilbert Hosklns, J. W. Odell, J. S. Kirk, H. E. Daniel, S. D. Ferguson, Ben Woodburn, J. W. Taylor, tloscoo B. Jarnagin, U. S. Condlt, Mar tin Flener, W. C. Nicely, J. S. Lan-haSam James", R. B. Thompson, Roscoo Calloway, J. B. Renfrow, Cecil Cooper, Arthur P. Daniel. ,M. N. C. D. Hudson, J. C. Duggins, R. H. Goodall, Alledore Brown, R. L. Hamilton, Ed Langley .Estill Board. Grand Jurors. E. J. Crunk, Harlin Stevens, R. B. Canary, William Chick, W. K. Har din, Guy S. Hazelrlgg, Ira Hicks, J. T. Ralph, Earl S. Mlllor, L. F. Glbbs, J. D .Monroe, R. .C. Miller, Charlie L. Mulllken, J. A .Leach, William John son, E. A. Carter, J. E. Armstrong J. J. Harrison, J. H. Keown, J. M. Parrls, W. F. Newcomb, E. C. Wood- burn, R. F. Keown, Forest Hendrlck. Du-vall, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1920. than it was for Republicans.. Organization Deserves Credit Campaign Chairman, W. C. Mrs. A. D. Kirk, Chairman of tho Womans' Organization, and Mrs. Oilmore Keown, Secretary, and a number of men and women hero and elsewhere in the County, deserve much credit and tho thanks of alt of us for their untiring labor In organization work, which, owing to circumstances absolutely unavoidable was begun too late. But few women desired to vote, this was especially true with the women out In the County, It required a lot of effort In many places to induce them to voto at all, simply becauso thoy did not caro to assume tho responsibilities and desired that matters relating to government be controlled and worked out by their husbands, fathers and sons. Blan-kenshl- 0. P. VICTORY AN IMMENSE AVALANCHE Mon hustlo In order to win. Tho H. S. Team, composed of Blan-to- u OHIO CIRCUIT COURT OHIO COUNTY ROLLS UP GOOO MAJORITY OF GRAVE DUTIES Popular Vote Most Overpow- ering Of Any Yet Recorded. Timsday's election proved to ho d most affair, In so far as It was effected by the Cox ticket, cor staged by tho two dominant parKentucky seems to bo tho only ties tate In the Union, about which Micro ppoarcd to bo nny doubt, that fnllcd to glvo Harding and Coolldgo a com fortable plurality. Kontucky Is really very closo in tho Presidential race with prospects favoring tho Demo-cra- ts In the big event, although It appears that Klchnrd P. Ernst has a lead over Ileckham for U. S. Senator. Republican Headquarters In Louisville yesterday stated that there wa's .llttlo or no doub of the icsult In that xnco. Republicans will gain at least ton nionibers in tho United Elites Senate, t 1th many addition, to the lower Iiouso, capturing sevoral In districts heretofore. doomed Impregnable, Tennessee, In addition to breaking away from tho solid South in tho pres. idontlnl contest, elected a Republican Govorror b a handsoiro majoriio one-side- More Than 4,000 Women Assume Privilege Of The Ballot In the high Voto for Presidential Electors, Ohio County cast a total of 0,307, which does not Include the scattering votes for tho Prohibition and Socialist tickets, which wlil likely run the total well beyond the 0 mark? Compared with tho voto of last fall's election, taking the vote for Black and Morrow as a basis, the Tuesday's vote would lnd'cuto that approximately 4,075 women oted for the Herding and Cox tirlciH, as thai many more votes were cast than were no. ltd for Black and Morrow The Democrats Increased thu: vUs ii the (:'j;lnty by 1,862 over the Mack voto v'j-ithe Republican caulidato for President received 2,21.2 m .re votes than Governor Morrow poll d Assuming that It Is fdlr to double the 1919 vote of each party in order to determine tho total county vote, If closely polled, that is, should the Black'Morrow voto bo a fair party vote, which it was not, In our Judg ment, tho Republicans should have polled 6,310 and the Democrats votes last Tuesday. So if the Morrow-Blac- k vote could be considered a strict party register the Democrats lost approximately 300 women whllo the Republicans lost approximately 900, or In other words three Republican women remained at home while ona Democrat did likewise. By tho comparison It may be seen that tho Republicans have around 900 votes In reserve while the Democrats havo 300, most all of whom will likely take part In the next general election. Tho Republican majority ln tho county in 1916 was 559, when the Democrats polled a toal vote of 2,- 711. Thus It will be seen that on a general comparison, It was a great day for republicans in Ohio coun- 10,-00e 4,-2- Prays God For Guidance Discharge Of His la 'f Marlon O., Nov. 2, Convinced by- early returns of his election' to tho presidency. Warren G. Harding Issued a statement tonight saying that Instead of being exultant over tho re- -' suit ho was "more gven to prayer to God to make me capable of playlng-m- y part." e COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION ELECTED Tuesday marked the election of tho first County Board of Education, under the law enacted oy the recent session of tho Legislature. The ballot Included tho names of ten sphmdld citizens, placed there by petitions filed with the County Clerk. All wero ln one coiumnt without device or party emblem of any sort, position having been determined by drawing held In tho offlri of the.County Cleik. Tho ballot contained the nnmes of the following citizens Mrs. W. O. Read, Horso Branch; Nat Llndley, 't Pleasant; t'luudo Renfrow Dundee; V. S Hl'l, Ctralvo; Lit Owen, Hartfi d Rent 5; W P. Cnrson. Hartford, Route 3; Dr. Oscar Allen, Cromwell Hrnry Carter, Narrows: O. T. Kittlnger, Equality and O. T. WARREN G. HAROINQ -- a DAVID L. SMITH. Mr. David L. Smith died at his homo In Owcnsboro, last Friday it Illinois, classed as doubt'iil by morning at 2:30 o'clock, 33 the of a severe paralytic stroke sufDeznocratsl Lrforo the oloctlon gave Harding and Coolldgo ? plurality In fered Tuesday previous to that date. excess of 800,000. New York, It Is Funeral services wore conducted at cstlmatod gave more than 1,000.000 tho Trinty M. E. Church, Owensboro, plurality and many other Slate- - gave of which ho was a dovoted inembof. His remains wero interred In '11030 p'.u'clltles equally as surprMn,; OKLAHOMA REPUBLICAN' Following Is tho voto by pluralities, Hill Cemetery. , Burdette, Herbert. Mr. Smltlj. was widely known by of all tho S'llcs, as bc3t obtainable, Tho first five named abovo proved Oklahoma City, Okla., Nov. 3. excepting then from Kontucky, which tho older citizens of Ohio County, he Senator Hardlug's load ln Oklahoma tho winners, Mrs. Read having led SpeaUs. the entire ticket with approximately i Tried bv Ciif txitt mako hU oloc-t'.- having been born and roared near at 8:30 o'clock tonight was increased Hartford, whoro ho spent tho greater to 7,32 oer Governor Cox Colncidontly with tho senator's to 101 for Hardinr, voto 980 votes. Mr. Owen received the The portion of his life. For come Mine he otervaw from 1,755 pieclncts out of smnllcst vote of any of the flvr who statement, Harry M. Daughorty, a J harding. ; as prominent in Ohio County politics wero elected, It being 794. Votes member of the Republican campafgn 2.GS5 and gave Harding 150.993; A 3 3. GOO ( having enjoyed Ari ana the distinction of lin for the other five ranged from that committee, made this statement heror 13 522,000 ing one of the first. If not the first Co 143,1 G9. J. W. Harreld was Oil fonila "It Is tho greatest victory In Amerdown to 386. leading Scott Ferris for Senator by C o' I .G 3G.000 'Republicans to be olectcd to the posido ican .politics, clearly foreshadowed aa 12,192. The ,ott was from 1,842 7 r ut 112,000 tion of Sheriff In this county. DeCo and predicted. It Is moro than a parALTON PACKARD. o 3 11,000 ceased was a Civil War Veteran, hav- pvectr.ets and gavo Harreld 163, CSS: tisan victory, as tho result was con- ft Ferris, 151, XG 4 35,000 ing served throughout that "unplftss-iuuo You thought ho was dead, when tributed to by millions of Democrats. (Harrold was formerly a resident OQ 111 nu! .. . 806.000 eplodo In the l!th Ky, Cavalry, No ha Is me- womon of the nation have quick-n- ot you read that headline. Ky and is well 15 305,000 Company "E". For mora than 20 of Morgantown, Republicans wero almost unani near ready for burial. He's the.ly vindicated tho conferring ot tho 220,000 yoare Mr. Smith had been In tho In- known here by a number of parsons mously agreed, .13 I3 j that the llvest wire ln the whole coil. . Says suffrage privilege, as they sensed cor-- a ... 10 s 130.000 ternal Roveaue service and hid reK women in Tuesday's election would BUSINESS CHANGE. Now York Editor: "Mr. Packard rectly tho Issues and rallied to tho G r . 70.000 sided in Owensboro durirg that perOne fea talks and sketches pictures of peo- - causo of America and American instl-p- le be very largely Republican. S 50,500 iod. Jl r I ul . . Mr. 9eorgo W. Johnson, residing ture operating to tho advantage of and of overyday life, sings his (1utIona. Tho Republican party is 400,000 M .18 itl.Usctts Dssldee UU widow Mr. Smlih Is about two miles from town on the the Democrats was that nearly 'all of songs about them? makes ly conscious of tho great respon3lbill-fu- n M his in 15 260,000 survived by two sow and five daughLlvormoro road, has exchanged his the towiw in the County contain conof them and csalts them. Ho tles Implied ln this popular verdict 100,000 ters, ono of tho lattGr being Mrs. J R. 12 Minne farm for tho Midget Mills, owned by siderably more Democrats .than Re- ranges from humorous conceits which !anrt v111 faithfully keep Its obliga- HIi ouri 18 .75,000 Pintle, of Hartford. C. B. Carden. Mr. Johnson will as publicans, therefore 'it was much ca- - auso roars of laughtor, to philosophy. llous- 4 28,000 Mi n' ana Tho senator's trip to,Texa3 will be sume tplmrso Of tho milling business sler for a largo number ol he womon He is a concert company, cartoonist 8 Neor. si a ' 124,000 HONOR ROLL, HARTFORD gin Filday night or Saturday mornDoctufefr the 1st. 'Democrats to reach pol' k places and humorist .all In one." 3 2. GOO Ncada GRADED SCHOOL FOR OCT. if ing and Mr. Harding will arrivo at 4 Now Hampshire 40.000 Point Isabel, Toxss, near Brownsville-- , WILLIAMS. ACTON 225,000 New Jorscy ..11 Fourth Grade. next Monday. He plans to spend UNOFFICIAL TABULATED VOTE OF OHIO COUNTY 5,000 Now Mexico. . . . VA. . . 3 Alirjj Taj lor, Trachcr Mr. William. F. Acton died at his' about twelvo days there, and then 15 1,270,000 Now York Josoph 'Miller, Lucillo Schroater. NOVEMBER 2, 1920. way ot New home here yesterday morning at 4:30.1 leavo for I"-- 5 18,000 Hubort. Phillips, Vista Bello" Estes, North Dakota ""' ean8, after an Illness of soveral 400,000 Carl Hill. Ohio Congress ....24 Senator President will months. Except present plans are! H,s stay ln tho Canal Z 10 7,800 Oklahoma Third Grade. uring Which, ho o changed, for the purpose of enabling,11131 auo.ul a we0K M d a G a 18,000 Oregon o o Roscoo Morman, Wilholmlna Sen- to study ot local H o a daughter who resides In Iowa, to win mako a first-han- d a Pennsylvania 38 G75.000 lommor, Sue Nina Lauterwasser, Su- tr a a PRECINCTS bo present at the burial, funoral ser- conditions and particularly of tho 5 53,000 dlo Matthews, James Carl Casebl'or, O D llhodo Island p a n vices and interment will take place tolls system tor American ships. Ho S Snujtli. Dakota ...-..- . Ruby We8terflold, Bailey Renfrow. at noon today, at the Midkiff Ceme- - has advocated thruout tho campaign a 12 18,000 Snnesseo Second Grade. repeal oi inese ions, ana it is expec- ttoryj near Mt. Vernon. . P. . . 4 27,000 Utah MKs Winnlo Wilson, Teacher Deceased was born and reared In ed he wUl c"e:t information on that ... 4 , 45,000 Vermont Everet Park, Thomas Frazler, 281 184 183 185 thls County, was G7 yoars old, a de- policy. 279 292 7 Washington 110,000 Chester Stewart, Hazel Bennett, Mary East Hartford 159 156 139 141 139 156 vout member of the M. E. Church and iVest Hurtford To return In December 4 8 17,000 Luo Smith, Sherrel Leach, Charlie Beda Wost Virginia 160 157 157 177 '. ... 176 182 Leaving Colon about' Decomber 1, Besides his widow he '. , . . 13 123 74 71 71 a good citizen. 122 225,000 Campbell, Abblo Leon Laymon, An- Dundee 122 .IscoiirIu G5 Is survived by three sons and three he will Iand'at . Now .Orloans and will 65 65 126 126 126 3 Wyoming ,. 10.000 na Rublo Minton, J. C. Riley, Hugh Magan . . . .. iravo " ira,n - "earoru, va., wnoro 98 98 daughters, Mrs. R. A. Karrakor, of '. 251 97 251 252 ....... Cromwell Milton Fulkorson, Lucy Johnson, Ma- Cool Springs 79 79 72 80 72 72 Ottaumwa, Iowa; Mrs. M. T. Likens, he 8Peaks December 5 at an Elk's-an404 6,648,700 bel PeterB, Ireno Cox BIrkhead. Totals 106 110 107 155 159 156 North Rockport . . Afterward he Is to re-aMrs. Jesse Hoover. Mr. A. G. celebration 74 115 74 71 115 115 South Rockport . . Grade. t0 Mnr'on to remain under pros-to- n, FOR cox. L. C. and a small son, Orln 50 50 50 146 146 147 Lyman Renfrow, Marshall Bruner, Solcct 12 70,000 Alabama loo 125 122 168 168 168 by his second marriage, all of ont plan8 mo3t of the tlmo un- Horso Branch Verllne Renfrow, Hettle Rlloy Car- North Roslne Ho may take a trip, during" 48 191 48 48 whom reside ln Hartford. 192 191 9 65,000 Arkansas j March 4. 128 177 129 129 175 175 6 this Interim, however, to some South- 40,000 son, Lois Jano Riley, Sarah Schroa-de- r, East Beaver Dam Florida 271- 269 138 269 138 138 ' Ellis Maddox Foster, James West Beaver Dam. orn resort. 14 Georgia 110,000 81 HARTFOUI) PEOPLE TO 81 82 229 230 237 McIIenry As President elect GO SOUTH AND WEST Mr. Hardin? 10 37,000 Carlisle Gillespie, Arnettt Henshaw, North Centertown Louisiana 1G4 1GG 121 161 119 121 still would 'bo a United States sena- 122 10 77 .' 122 122 Mississippi 77 35,000 Edyth Stone, Franklin King, Oren Smallhous 77 281 54 53 28 54 282 EaBt Fordsvllle Mr. Henry Nail, his mother and tor, but his friends say ho probably ,12 75,000 Acton, Edmond Allen Bennett. .North Carolina 1G0 160 , 112 112 112 160 . West Fordsvlllo m 9 sister, Mis. Annie T. and Miss Zella would remain away from Washington 40,000 South Carolina 39 129 133 131 38 38 Aotnavllle MISS RENDER ENTERTAINS devote his attention to the choice 20 45,000 Texas 121 Mao Noll, will leavo Tuesday for 114 121 121 114 114 Miss Mary Render entertained a Shrevo 12 40,000 Virginia 68 68 lonas, California, where they are to of a cabinet and formulation ot his 68 111 112 111 Olaton few of her friends at her beautiful Uuford 154 spend the whiter with n I'linthter of administration policies. Election of 90 154 91 158 90 . 96 97 97 143 142 142 ., 114 567,000 country homo, near Matanzas Satur- Bartlott . . ...-.Totals Mrs. Nail's, Mrs. John V. Briton, and a Republican governor lit Ohio would 119 119 120 75 76 75 day afternoon, October 23rd. Those Heflln enable him to resign from the Senato Plurality for Harding ....6,099,500 46 47 Mr. Brltton. 72 45 73 ..v 73 prosent w'ero Misses Mary Jane Mad Ceralvo Miss Mary Rowo will accompany on January 1, when the terra of gov- 84 86 84 56 50 56 Point Pleasant dox, Noxlne Maddox, Roe Iglehoart, Narrows TOWN "PLUGS" DOWN HIGH 103 113 tho Nails as far as New Orlenas, Ln., 'ernor Cox expires and when the new 116 105 113 103 '. 78 77 and will spend tho winter In that 'governor would appoint a Republl- 77 71 73 71 SCHOOL GOAL TOSSERS Martha M. Smith, Augusta Gplger Ralph 93 90 79 90 79 t.... 79 and Mary Render; Messrs. Raymond Prentiss can senator to the vacancy. "80 state with her nephews, Messrs. Err 69 82 69 70 80 Herbert t The High School Basket Ball Five Nail, L. O. Hagerman, T. Johnson. nest, Clarence and Joshua Fields. 28 148 28 28 146 Arnold 145 OWL CAUSED AUTO ACCIDENT Lunch was served in the grove Render mm succumbed to the Hartford "Plug" 75 37 37 75 37 75 When an owl flew Into an auto near by where each one took part In Simmons 109 62 62 62 SPEAKING- OF CONVERSATION 109 109 Team Tuesday night in a hard-taug187 144 147 145 carrying a party of Michigan tourists 190 188 nnii well nlayed earno to the close cooking and serving supper, consist- - North Hartford , 131 Sunnydalo 100 131 131 100 100 The regular patron, a llttlo pale the driver lost control of the maof 13 to 10. The game was lag ot baked Indian corn, coffee, sand--tli- ? Pond Run ... 111 91 89 89 107 107 It "turned turtle," figurawiches pickles and toasted marsh-tea- Taylor Mines first to be played by the School 108 51 51 51 and wan, dropped wearily into a chair chine and 108 108 tively speaking. The machine was 89 60 61 88 and, took out his newspaper. 89 61 this season. While the High mallows, all of which was greatlyen. South Fordsvllle 119 44 42 42 117 117 VSteak, as per usual, slrT" said the badly damaged but the occupants School Boys are not so bulky In size, Joyed by those present and many, were South Roslne .f. ... ,, 60 .82 61 61 waiter, 81 81 tortunatoly escaped with only minor j. yet they put up a good battle and with the compliments expressed for the South Centertown "No; I nm tired tonight." the pa- - Injuries, although all ot them were , ...X a bit of practice and a gamo or two, manner ln which they were entertain. Total 5367 4009 5321 3973 5319 3976 obgAit to make the teams ot this sec-.eron said." Bring me a plate ot hash." .dumped out Majorities 1358 1348 1343 ty. re-su- Receiving tho election returns at his .home here, Mr. Harding declined during the early evening to mako and issued his statement only after tho figures had pilled up majorities for him which his advisers declared made his election certain. The senator's statement follows: "Assuming that the early returns aro wholly dependable, I do not hesitate to say that I am pleased, ot course, I am happy to utter my graU-tud- e. But I am not exultant. It la-not a personal victory. It Is a re newed expression of confident Am- ericanism and a national call to tho Republican party. "It Is all so serious, the obligations are so solemn that Instead of exulting; I am more given to prayer to God to mako mo capable of playing my part, and that all these calls to responsibility may meet the aspirations and expectations of America and the world. "I am sure the people who have voted tho Republican ticket will understand my feeling that I should make no unstudied statement of policies at this time, beyond tho expres sion made thruout tho campaign." t, al li: for S -- nt I"i ' stay-at-ho- -- I T i inal i ck, f' ....... ki d !st nd Ac-tu- rn ..'... ::... -l . ht .....;. 8ro m I -- d. uclh.,-- . ,....., ,.v,. .- - .AiiAi.-- : Ml .lL.Ufc-- l JU 4 , .i mi- - 'r Jo this aggregation of spectacles tho Grain and Hay Show, under tho auspices of the Chicago PRICES FOR COAL Hoard of Trade. ' When the gates aro thrown open to tho public, Novcmbor 27th a month hence, all this elaborate and expensive 2Te.IIs Operators Where And gotting-rcad- y progratnmo will Inauro IHowTVluch Fuel State the most successful International Live Stock Exposition slnco the Inaugura .11 ..Must Get! tion of that enterprise, which hasi ji been effective In promoting tho welfare and progross of tho live stock jfallluiiapolls, Oct. 30 Indiana and Industry of all sections of North a. IH tfiift jjatlnn stand ogapo today whllo ! administration, elected J2tf5 ntntn most conservative group In itrora-th- e WINTKIt KGGH. .thtt.KQPublican party, la taking away iTrom .the coal operators and dealers "Tho first winter I used Dr. "their own" Umb jrJsht to control Poultry Prescription, It made .4vnp-erty- . I havo 01 hens mo a lot of money: Coal operators admit privately they and sold InjJanuary $44.00 worth of "JJiwnnhnen making excessive profits, ieggs, beside what wo used ourselves." lioJt claim tho .prices fixed by the state C. D. McCormlck, Irlmo, Idaho. xx commission aro 1 10 low and that Poultry Raisers who get an abun A Fordson Tractor on the farm means more prosperity for the farmer. It doesn t . Uinr can nly operate at a loss under dance of eggs, use Dr. LeOear's make any difference how you spell that prosperity whether it is in increased produclhcm. Poultry Prescription, which tones up tion; whether it is in the saving that comes from a machine over a horse or a mule; With lhe fixing of prices Indiana the system and stimulates tho egg-- ! labor on the and all-nig- ht 3feTAiorfl Immediately began s" tiding producing organs without Injury. If whether it comes in a release from the drudgery and all-da- y --rtiuXiuitof the stats in larger quantl-UEcwnfarm for both man and wife because the Fordson answers all those problems to the you want eggs this winter when egg3 the pinch was felt thuout mean money, get Dr. LeGear's Poul- satisfaction of the farmer. ,1ifc .state. try Prescription from your dealer It can't be otherwise. These are the days of progress, and power on the farm is the Trices To Hi Fixed, right today. Dr. LeGear Is America's necessity. It is only a question of what kind of power the farmer is going to have, but the foremost Expert Poultry Dreeder and flen tho commission startled no farmer with the facts now before him can question the monetary advantage of mastain, tho operators and the mtion Veterlnnrin. For any ailment what jJJt xClered the operators to produce The Tractor is the 'farmer's necessity just chine power over horse and mule-powe- r. among your poultry or stock soever "aBOiigu coal for Indiana's domestic get his remedies from your dealer. as much as the sun is the necessity for growing crops. ezwisaiDpUon, 1,500,000 tons a nrontlt, They must satisfy you, or your dealer All that is necessaiy for a farmer is to know his Fordson Tractor as familiarly as he it a. price fixed by tho commission. will refund your money. Adv. understands handling a team of horses. He wants to use the same amount of reason 2rhe order requires a report each -- and common sense. In the Fordson Tractor is the concentrated power of eighteen wusk on the number of tons mined, horses, and as flexible as the movement of your arm much more flexible than horse eifcij amount offered for sale and tho CAMOUFLAGED PARIS t&ajcrs. Violations of the order aro control and beyond a.11 comparison much more economical both in service and in Hszaishahlo by a maximum fine of ?5,-Q- 9. l'lniw Completed To Koal German keep. Then it will do so many things that horses and mules cannot do, and it doesn't may be added a .o which (iothus When War Closed eat when idle . i3Rirljatce of one year on the Indiana We don't believe there is any question in the mind of any farmer as to the necessity excuse lorm. Paris, Oct. 30 A sensation has for a Tractor, but he may have some doubts as to what make of Tractor, so that is the Thts evolutionary order Is tho first been caused by the revelation of tho reason we are putting this advertisement in this paper to draw his attention to the r Ite 15ml, attorneys state. secret plans of a "fake Paris" built utilities have been order-al- z about fifteen miles outside the city Fordson Tracor. This is why we put the above arguments before him, and why we serve people, but never before limits to attract German Gothas dur- now invite him to come in to our place of business and view the Fordson Tractor. Let JCIKS. a; lousiness in which competition ling their night raids, thus preserving us show him what it has done. Let us prove to him its superiority over any other Tracto the real Paris from their bombs. jSs sBjtsed to exist been ordered tor. It means more to him than does to us. When we sell a Tractor, we make a iisa-M; 4ho people with its property. By means, of thousands of wooden small profit, but when he buys a Tractor he buys a power that is working for him eveiy .Srsm3 P. Goodrich Indiana's con- - huts, miles of canvas and a series of "SHrsnailve governor, who fostered the f remarkable light effects, fictitious day in the year; that is, if he buys a Fordson we can't speak for the other kinds. Caw establishing the commission, has railroad stations, trains and factory Come it! KicroeUlho coal operators not to fight ;sltes wero create,i Whlch imitated to regulation, 'perfection the real ones. Oiairinan Eschbach of thecommls-- j ThQ Eastern Hallway station, for announced that if India- - mstance( was constructed at about woke, n refused to retail coal dealers me3 north of tho citJ.( wIth its cawvafhp commission's ruling on tho'b ,,,, movitiK trains, signals, and JW 7f2-2i annrgin granted them on tho 'a factory near by apparently going at il K.xiSS". -p. ji mine price of coal, he would establish flllI i.,,, rMSiV S the i aid j si coal yards thruout KiyL wooden To stimulate a station, framework was covered. by transparW r i, - A'la.jM t j Linj. OKMlrlch, tactful in selecting tho ent canvas. Lit from bolow the efODMcmlsalon, evaded the old cry of fect wbb tl.at of huge vaulted dome? A Jfcn Wat Tl ,' another useless commission," Hko the reil ranroad stations. When sUto board of ac- - the Gotna8 were signaled the lights Hr fWWUtuting the aataia as the eoal commission, the were iwered sufficiently to make it mtBjfcen performing their new.dutieg ?eem that an attempt was made, to WlOufflt additional pay. Governor hlde th9 atatlo'n In darkness. -. ..JezseBschbach, chlerof the For mora than two miles beyond c cunts, .f ii and Otto Klaus, tae atUiou station w?ra fictitious " 'J t: j state, make up the trains composed of a aeries of wood- A ,en panels, tho z'.zr: "of the usual rail road car. pbcci! ffc'.ly on tha giound. vAzrce that In cases of To bc.h ajtle-- oJ tho panal ran r bol , Bruises and Wounds the der QC light wlilch from aJ)ov, o" u j BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. n ent Is most important. 1ed Uka the reflection frou I!s-e- J L'ricnt antiseptic is appll- - windows. A special ar- d promiuiy, there is uo danger of rangement mr.da It appear, at times. . im fptoetlon and tho wuond begins to as if the tea Ins we9 moving. Bttfti at onoo. For use on man or 'Minute plans had been made to E01 ozone is the Ideal Antisep- , t Gormaln fore,ti S0I.1P m nd, HjaUng Agent. Buy 1t now, h pv ready for an emergency. Price f fteen mw way. m9 aboat twc,Vi SOc, $1.00 and 1.50. Sold by . .. milas- - to the Wst, a huge tactoiy w. w m County Drug Co. town was to have been simulated. The praises Tanlac all day long, and her a 'S uhk muiwkkkk claiming any knowledge regunmm the carrying out of these plans, and Mr GOES 70 MILES remarkable recovery has made such K70 PLt'NGKI) OPP .n.nw m; ia rr.ua missing girl. CocoM went to ' of the ingenJacopzzi, the Inventor ' a Btir around IUunsey that scores of . chivif ious "town camouflaging system" H where the government mdii'ld his sick people have been taking FOR MORE TAHLAC:: Milan, Italy, Nov. 1, Alfred Coc-ch- l, claim that he could not lie oxtni'luoil. with now looking for another war with splendid man was killed, another was results. I charged with tho murder of Ruth All the ovldonco guchercM In ihU air raids to be able to perfect make a trip to EvansvilUi every week Cruger. whose body was BMsially injured and three other per- - other found burled c..i:.iry bofore anO after finding fie his ideas. and- always carry back a load of Tanwere badly hurt when the nuto In c-- e Gained 17 Pounds And Her lac for the noighbors. We nil think shopthe cellar undor his New York I'.iy was sont 'o tho authorities i M wkkU they wero riding droppod several months after fled tho Italian Irrogular bowel mfivomonts lead to precipice in Bear onss- u 200-foWonderful Improvement there is no medicine Hko it, and I'm to Italy, was Friday convicted he wur-de- r. Italy and that ho wouldgovernment anof constipatnounced be :rled glad of this chance of telling everyuunyon, near Denver, Colo. It chronic constipation and a Crfik Ho was sontoncod to twonty-fcovo- n Is Talk Of nosides his conviction on Uk lour-do- r ed habit fills the system with impuribody about what it did for my mothfoaW that tho wife of tho driver, years, four months nnd threo chargo, cablo dispatcher sa'd tois c great bowol er." itticus hosido him, becamo excited, ties. HERDING days, by tho court In Bologna this day that Cocchl was also foiind guilty regulator. It purifies the system, Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. afternoon. a5i(l tho stesritiB wheel and turned of nttmpted criminal a3Jault, and puts tho ditho L. D. Bean; In Dcaver Dam by 11. T. tea car off .tho narrow road to tho vitalizes organsbloodfine, vigorous conCocchl was arrested In Italy after passports and false onrollmeiit fr in gestive "It's no wonder that overybody Taylor, Jr.; and In Mcllenry by . the body of Riun Crugtr had wilsc of tho cliff. v X '.con mllltnry service. dition. Prico COc. Sold by Ohio sees a chango In mother slnco sho O-Tlchenor. Advertisement. if found buried :n :bc collar 0! his m ; County Drug Co. -shop In Ilarlom. She curried legan taking Tanlac, for she has gainStop coughing! You rack jour COITUT TO DKCIDK OX a pair of skates to Cocchl's hhop to lungs nnd worry tho body. Ballard's FOR FLETCHER'S ed soventeen pounds and can get isoxixr; (jlovks COMMON LAW MAURI ACE havo them sharpened ami was never Ilorohound Syrup choc'.t3 Irritation, t CIUOAUO SCHOOLS about better than for tho last twonty-flv-e seen alive afterward. years," recently declared T. B. heals tho lungs and restores com'orta- Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 30: Alma Tho body was discovered after a bio breathing. Prlco 25c. 50c and n k dealer, osobrocko Telke, 4UCTT1NU ltKADV FOIl Chicago, Oct. HO. Plans to put a Ellis, whoso common- soarch of six months. During tho $ 1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio Coun- TIIK INTKKXATIOXAIi set of boxing gloves in every Chicago living at Rumsoy, Ky. law husband, Carl Fred Telke, was long how sixty-eigsearch, and after strongly dls- - ty Drug Compay. "My mother is school for the use of pupils in settling killed in action October 15, 1018, haB Vrifparatlons for tho World's their dlsputea aro being made by Geo. years old and for eight years had suf- asked Federal Judge A. D. Anderson, Stork Kxposition at D. Arnold, chairman of the finance fered from loss of appetite, nervous- to recognize hCr as llrtMttost Telko's widow severe jfihieaKO during tho first week of Do- - committee of tho Hoard of Educa- ness, constant headaches, and grant hor tho widow's share of frepains In tho chest and back and 'Yzminr, uro now well under way. tion. his life insurance. It amounts to Hibth noa.son this spcctuclo of animal Mr. Arnold announced his plan to- quent spells of dizziness. She beaway to "Carl was called TMt; Is given a now stage sotting. In- - day In answor to critics of Miss Alice camo so bad off about five years ago camp," she said, "and ho asked for a olrlns tho labor of hundreds of men M, Hoggo, principal of tho Wobstor that sho had to glvo up all house- furlough to conio homo and marry. Bovcral weeks and an t'xpondituro School, who referred a bout between work, and spont most of her time In Finally ho got a one-da- y leave Sun43SL many thousand dollars. Part of two of her pupils. Ho said that as bed. During all that time sho neith- day, May 9. 1918. There wero no tttSa ris occessitnted by essential con- - far as ho was concorned, tho offorts er know what It was to havo a well marriage licenses to be had on SunwioliHiico for man and beast; part of attorneys for Mrs. R030 Solon to day or a night's rest, and hor con- day so wo pledged ourselves before fooUb furnish tho coloring that has havo Miss Hoggo discharged because dition became so alarming that we God to bo true to each other as man brll- - she pormltted tjho bnttlo would provo never expected to sco her up and nilrimti) Kxposition atmospheric FOR and wife. Then we sealed it with a AND linnuy, atcnulflod an each season of no avail. Mrs. Solon's son, Abo, about again. Colds, Coughs kiss and Carl went to war. In the La Grippe papers oralis around. An enormous sum Is was defeated In the scran by Salvntore "One day she read In tho eyes of God we are married and I am rwqulred for light effects, a featuro Sortlno. Neglected Colds ore Dangerous about someone who had been great- hl3 widow." Mrs. Telke says she TaVa no chances. Keep this standard jiftrdu "International" that has always "Doxing In tho schools ought to be ly helped by Tanlac, and nothing feols sure Judge Anderson will decide remedy handy for the flr.t neei. ktiMii abreast and much of tho tlmo In encouraged," said Mr. Arnold. "If would satisfy her until she ha tried Creaks up a cold In 24 hours Relieves the case in her favor and recognize Qrippe in 3 days Excellent forHeadacho tnfrvuirce of such Improvement as any principal sends In a requisition )t herself. So I drove 35 miles to a new form of marriage. lugonulty develops. This year for boxing gloves I will see that it Evansvllle and got her a bottle. Sho's " ta b"' Hul, J"iC nx nunitior of scenic novelties havo Is honored at once. If necessary, I had tour more bottles since then and occu 'introduced, arrangement of will sook an appropriation for nusioy she has actually gained soventeen perfected and a more tn lmv 1tivl(ify IrlnVAa n( Ihn inv. pounds in weight, and its years since , FOR FLETCHER'S iHiOiorato suiting has been glvon the 'meeting of tho board." saw her looking so well. Sho I NANA FIXES latest addition y Am-orlc- u if Fordson trade: imark I r's ' Farm Tractor -- i lll Monopo-SSisSKjni'bl- lc -- i it m ob-'te- . A&km?' 4Ji raL&sr v $- r JBr'wZh .ipit !" vJ Beaver Dam Auto Company 9 mmm " saoo-voo- T - 15. - S.-J- fr jOliildren Cry OASTO R A bl-c,- :o well-know- live-stoc- ht $7,-50- 0. KilJL That Cold With LASCARA W Ui QUININE ' ""'T'"1 olec-wm- al j 2at.-N,ohOpfUuln0- f Children Ory CASTORfA ALL DRUGGISTS SELL IT IKBIlU'Hr'TTiTl mMs . mamFfaaWkmmnnrmlijfWef r m-.'rx. ' ssr .t . .?m . rtaaaaMK JataVsi TlHwk; i.HtDry 'inHncnr yr ,w- i if . i I i j I tcx; - nw. 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They preserved entire "the character and feeling of the best periods" in these superb phonograph cases for the modern American home. No matter which Edison cabinet you choose, you get both the arts that make your house a cultured home music perfectly and furniture of purest period source. What finer gift for all the family? Re-Creat- ed S. ' ! Ik ISL 1 1' I'' - ;'" ff j i' 7Ac NEW EDISON Jhe Phonograph with a Sbizl" f-- Jacobean Louis XIV. Heppelwhite Sheraton (without inlay) XVIII Century English Italian (Consol table) Sheraton (Consol table) French Gothic (3 styles hand-carve- d) ifilT lo&Dacfflnl e u Chippendtla Th French Qothle WlUiam and Maty posts, and th artistic outward curvt efth legs lend full- length trrac dignity to this grille, the long JES H II Charmingly expressive of the grace and delicacy of this period. Takes us back to King William's marquetry workers. Sheraton Inlaid Embodies the graceful tapering leg, and the rectangular trcatmtnt so dear to th great English designtr. B Christmas? how it makes 1921 help pay for it? how it utilizes thrift and system to stretch your dollar? Ask about M Do you Anow about our Budget Plan? how it brings your New Edison for E. P. BARNES & BROTHER BEAVER DAM, KY. . f J I K 8," h y- 7 (8) off ufrj&"?3r wmmuwmmmmwwnwmwmwmmmmmmwwmwmwvSl 3 .V Jx , The Hartford Republican!0 rrt lum;': w! w,th re,at,vca ni ,hl3 SCHOOL FAIR HERE LARGELY PTFmH TgTTrP' Published Weekly by HARTFORD PRIXTIXG COMPANY Incorporated W. S. TIXSLEV, Editor und Iluslnvss Manager. Entored Recording to law at the .fFostofflcc, Hartford, Ky., as wall ' - ABSOLUTELY THE The School Fair held hero Oct. 22, auspices of tho Hartford High under School, by far surpassed ths fondest Make yourself strong with your best girl by taking' her a box of Whitexpectations of thoso having It in man's Candy. We will carry a full line at all times. charge. More than 15 schools par NOTICE TO SUKSCHinEKS ticipated in sdmo of tho various coin Subscribers desiring tho papor sent tests. Tho parade from tho Collego fo a new address must glvo tho old iddrcss In making tho request. to thd" Fair Grounds was well arrangBusiness Locals and Notices 10c ed and mora than could havo been line, and 8c per lino for each ad3er aSked qr expected. Nocrcck School, ditional insertion. mnatm ni.i.iinrJno n nanln t Inns find Cards with Capt. C. B. Shown teacher, 6c for of Thanks, lc per word, and tho honor of first placo for best each head lino anu signautre, money tobacco, Ueil- Best stick display In tho parade. Various tes. In advance. CKXTEKTOWX. Church Notices lor services iree, stages or periods of progress mado by 1st prize, best speller, Sth grade, nott lielnney, lc per The election passed off quietly tho United States was depleted In Emily Fair Riley. but other advertisements, re.t plpnt soy beans, PIscoo Shown here. word. 1st prize most pupils present based splendid form. In fact all of tho 2nd prize, best speller, Sth grade, will Anonymous communications Mrs. Mike Bishop and children, of on census. Tecelvo no attention. Lcitchtlcld, are visiting relatives here. schools did splendidly and both teach- Virginia Lauterwnsser. Slitiltztown Miss Ccsnn SlitiK. 1st prize, best specimen handwritHomer Whltten and wife, of Asklns er and pupil dc3ervo much credit. Any two lines of multiplication Tho display of rivalry In many con- ing, 8th grade written In presence of TELEPHONES C. T. S. Overton and wife from visited 59 on board, graded on ncatnes, Mutual was keen, yet tho spirit of good Judges, Tryphena Howard. tests Farmers Saturday until Monday. 1 123 Cumberland rapidity and accuracy, Albert Shultz 2nd prize, Virginia Lautorwasscr. feeling and fellowship was at all bimiira jtKCBwuu uuu lumnv, ui i 2nd prize, best orlg'nal story. AnBest speller, High school, Emma Nashville, Tenn., visited relatives hero tlmoa and every whoro prevalent and na M. Coleman. strongly in evidence, and the unanl Miller. VIUDAY NOVEMBER 5 last week. Running high Jump, 14 and above, Best specimen handwriting, 2nd Ed Nelson and family, of McIIenry mous opinion was to the effect that Albert ShulU was a great day socially and for tho grade, Hazel Bennett. were guests of Mrs. Lon Maddox, Sun- it Senator Harding carried Governor day. 2nd prize, most ;iuplls present ur.n- Best original story, Gabble Layman. Schools in this section. by a substantial vCox's homo precinct Best project book, Smith Hughes cd on census. space and opportuDue to lack of iv 'majority an3 tho Senator's own preMrs. T. H. Benton returned last v Diindcc Oscnr Shultz, Tcnclnr. Friday from Lexington', whero she nity to properly shape tho program student, a tie, Mary Llndley and ElBest map of U. S., Amble Bean. cinct gave him the handsome vote of attended the Grand Chapter of publication, wo havo been unable la Henry. , tho for Best .sample small yellow corn, Any two llnc3 multiplication ta373 to 76 for 'Governor Cox. to publish tho results nt an earlier Eastern Star. Donald Mitchell. ble, 4th grade, oral, Vista Estcs. Everett Tlchenor went to Liver-mor- e date. Following Is the list of awards Goshen Sam Taylor, Teacher Best" map Ohio County, Ferdinand in the various contests: It must indeed.be humiliating to last Saturday. one who imagines that through his v Best pair purebred pigs, Wilson H. L. Tucker and wife, of Central Hartford High School J. V. limner Plrtie. Running high Jump", under 14, Ray Black. veins only flows the bluest of the City, are In town Principal. this week. Beech Groe Miss Evelyn Foreman, blue blood, to havo as ho honestly (?) Best Stocking darn, Helen Barnett. Brawner. Mrs. Archie Grant, who has been 100 yard race, 10 to 14, Forest thinks, the descendent of a son of very sick, Is able to bo out again. Teacher. Be3t Wash drc3s, Margqrot Kinc. Casebler. "Ham" overwhelmingly carry off all Best llghtbread, Beatrice Bean. Host pony, Sammio Davison. race, High School girls, a laurels in a popularity contest when WHOLESALE PKICES Best handma-Iundergarment, Bca. tie; Emma Miller and Nellyo Roedcr. and where his own azure mooueu OF MEAT DECLIXE trice Ford. LIGHT AXI) WATER XOTICE s. Egg race, under 14, Sudlo Idol could, not even bo classed with Best gingham patch, Flora Ilhoads. the "Also Rans." Best woolen darn, Flora Ilhoads Washington, Oct. 31. Wholesale i Notico Is hereby given that the 2n1 Pr,z. Best c,ass Physical cul- prices of beef and pork declined Best handmade handkerchief, Flo Kentucky Light and power Company, to a ture, The Campaign Just brought during October, said a state- ra Bell King. 1st prize, making greatest number incorporated, is not ablo to operate close, with such an emphatic verdict ment issued tonight by the InstiBest angel food cake, Sallyc Shultz. of points. Tendered ought to mark the last of tute of American Packers. Best pound butter, Genevn Goff. under tho burden of high taxes and Victory Miss Cllffle Feliv, Teacher high prices and that on the 31st day such, in the United States for at least Best tomato catsup, Laura.Ford. "Selling prices of carcass beef thru- a half century or more. No man who ,0Ht the country showed a. lr.llnn nf Best custard pie. Wilhemina Sch- - Best half peck sweet potatoes, Ev- of December, 1920, It will discontinue erett Brown. Jias been a witness to presidential .approximately 13 per cent at tl le end .lemmer, is tho ley. ATTRACTIVENESS furnishing both light and water, and Best speller, Sth grade, Samuel Election Campaigns has known one ot October as compared with the first I Cest 3 Jars of vegetables, Flora note to a Rood looking suit. We will dismantle its plant, and tho cor.. .. auph make auiti that are attractive. Richeson. - i. i oejuemuer, . saiu mo State- - I Rhoads. whnro w .. liltfprness nnrt vilr- slan - Liiccua in n . , .. .' Best specimen handwriting, 1st poration will be dissolved. der has been indulged in. Tho re- - ment. "Fresh pork declined heavily, a- Bennett. Best chocolate pie, Gold A. E. ANDERSON & CO. grade, Ruby Leo Brown. M. L. HEAVRIN, PresHont. markable vote given one of the Can- - In the domestic trade from October Best 3 Jars fruit, Laura Ford. CUICACO Any two lines multiplication, 5th dldates in his own home section and ,2 to October 26, the wholesale prices Best plate tomatoes, Flora Rhoads. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy Beaer Dam Coal Co. j grade, Essie Turner. the fact that the other lost his home of nght pork Iolns whencc coni0 pork Best squash, J. C. Cascbier. E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. ' LaX JUptwntatfa' Maxwell John Tanner, Teacher. precinct is proof-positithat tho chops, declined about 21 per cent. Best sample small white corn, Rich13tf Standing broad jump, under 10, September 20, 1920. Country will not stand for such tactics "Between October 2 and October 20 ard Ford. as were rosorted to in tho closing pork shoulders declined about 10 per Best gallon" molasses, Jim Patton. Georgo S. Hudson. mJf Running broad Jump, George S. . days. No party has ever won a vie- - cent and smoked hams and standard Best plate apples, Willis Miller. lory by that method, none ever bacon fell slightly less than 10 per 1st prize, best pen W. P. Rocks, Ma- Hudson. -Law.son DeWitt Martin, Teacher. should win, and in all probability we cent." ry Llndley. Best apple jelly, Jeanctte Johnson. m who paruciimieu in ino eiecuuii ui 2nd. prize, best pen W. P. Rocks, Clinpnian Mrs. Gilbert Jollcy, Teach- Tuesday will not live to see another IX THE VIRGIN ISLANDS Laura Ford. or. so largely upon un- campaign waged Best pen B. P. Rocks, Levi Wilson. Let Munsin3wc.tr Union Suit You Best Jar pickles, Alma Tucker. Eupportable charges', abuse and utter pen pullets any breed, Levi One of the tasks for. Congress at Best iAVcst Xocreck Miss MurlisMi Foster, intolerence ot the will and feelings the next session will be the framing Wilson. of the opposition. Teacher. of a government for the Virgin IsBest cow, William Carson. lands, the report of tho CongressionBest calf under 3 months, Franklin Best plate pears, Darllse- Miller. We may miss the mark so far as to al Investigation Commission, which King. 2nd prize, best jllsplay in parade. shoot In tho opposite direction, but visited tho Islands last spring, reachBest purebred pig, 6 to 12 months, Bennetts Mrs. Iva I.ce, Teacher we predict that before another year ing Congress too late for considera-io- n Levi Wilson. Any two lines multiplication tablo will have passed, the United States at the last session. In tho meanBest pony rider, Kenneth Birk-hea- d. on b'oard, 7th grade, Gladys Harroll. of America will become a party to an time, American ideals and instituXoereek School, C. 11. Shown, Teacher agreement with the Powers now sign- tions are being brought home to the Best stick green river tobacco, Har2nd prize, best horse William Crab-tre- e. atory to tho Covenant of the League citizens of these newest insular posold Hayncs. of Nations so much discussed during sessions of the United States, thru Largest pumpkin, Randall Sande-fu- r. Best reader, 1st grade, Lois Jano the past several months. But the tho agency of the American Red Riley. League or agreement we become a Cross. Best apple pie, Waltrude Haynes. Best reader, 3rd. grade, RubyVes-terflel- d. party to will leave the sovereignty of Best map of Ky., Elsie Lee StephThru the Junior Red Cross, the America in Washington and our free- youth of these islands, whose connecBest reader, 4th grade, Martha ens. dom In our own hands beyond tho tions in the past were almost alto- Shultz. Running broad jump, 14 and above, shadow of a doubt. Wo have always gether European, are becoming acBest reader, Sth grade, Elma Karrol Ward. of the port, ana quainted with the customs of their 200 yard race, above 14, Karrol . been for something jwo 'believe that the Country is al33 new parent. Danish laws and cusBest reader, 6th grade, Lola Geneva Ward. Inclined that way, yet to go too far, toms, however, Cracker race, Thelma Ward. still predominate. BJack. to surrender too much, amounted to With the assistance ot tho American 2nd prize, making greatest number 1st prize, best speller, 6th grade, suicide, so it was viewed and the Na- Library Association, the Junior Red Lola Gtjieva Black. of points. tion's voice as expressed Tuesday wo Cross is establishing a chain' of li1st prize, making best display in 2nd prize, best speller, 6th grade, beliovo was in direct approval of what braries In St. Thomas and St. Croix, Mortie Walker. parade. Senato Oligarchy did the principal cities on the Islands. 1st prize, for having trusteo and Iho Best speller, 7th grade, Thelma Es- greatest number of patrons present. in Americanizing tho document. Mr. "Wilson chose to force tho Democrats 1st prize, best class in physical Into tho campaign upon tho issue of culture. made union suits popular. The proof of this is in the whothcr or not the Country should VortLsvillo It. A. Belt, Principal. tho pact Just as ho delivered It Best pony, Glenn Rogers. xuul uiui uiu suie 01 iviunsmgwear garments mostly to the Senate, or wlt.i pomo minor 2nd prize, best specimen handchanges or reservations which meant union suits now exceeds 10,000,000 yearly and the writing in 1st grade, Virginia May nothing at all, or with the reservaLawrence. demand is growing at the rate of a million a year. tions as adopted or no League. If Potato race, trustee and patrons, that question was what the people W. T. Griffith. The reasons remarkably correct fit unusual voted upon Tuesday, wn ought never Sack race, Glenn Rogers. to hear any thing more about the comfort washability durability. Standing broad jump, 10 to 14, "Senato Oligarchy." If It was the Everett Whlttler. Munsirigwear offers you an unusually high quali"Wilson Administration .In general Running broad jump, 10 to 14, that caused tho Immense vote to bo Glenn Rogers. ty at an unusually low price. polled for Harding then he, Is tho 3 legged race, llober Oiler and most thoroughly discredited, or rathHerman Kirk. No matter what your build, or how hard you are er his administration is, of any or all Standing broad jump, 14 and above who have gone before. If it was to fit, there's a correct Munsingwear garment for you Herbert Griffith. tho charactor of campaign indulged In Concord Mr. Oziiii Shultz, Teacher. in any desired style, fabric or weight. that caused the landslide, then Mr. Best sample largo yellow corn, Wm. .. Cox's repudiation stands out as boing Payno. the most co'mploto on record. To sum Best sample large, white corn, Han-r- y up just what would bo tho main Coy. causo of tho overwhelming avalanch Washington Miss Ileulah More is something no one could do, per- Toucher. Imps to tho satisfaction ot any very Best pen Rhode Island Reds, J. largo group of individuals as ono Nowcomb. would meet them. Best half peck Irish potatoes, Lyman Allen 'UVIAItOUTKS. Central Grove Mr, fl'ewurt. Teacher 2nd prize, Trustee and largest number of patrons present, Mrs. Sam Bell spent Tuesday with Alexandria Dudley Wchtcrflelil, her mother, Mrs. Bettie Rlchecon. Teacher. Willie Blair has returned to E. Hamilton of Judgov Mrs. Grant -Best white cake, Frances Delaney. Jier iiDiuo at hortford, after spending Address all communications The Hnrtford Republican. to aatter of tho second class. The revival which has been In progross at Mt. Carmcl for the past progress at Mt. Carinclf closed Saturday night. Thero were 14 additions to tho church, 7 by letter airtl 7 by baptism. Mr. and Mrs. Otis Clark and family spent Sunday with relatives at Owcnsboro. Mr. and Mrs. James Bartlctt and children spent Saturday ,and Sunday with relatives ai Owcnsboro. There has been two deaths in our community in tho past week. Mrs. Martha Northen died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Patton. ' Tho remains were laid to rest In the Trogden cemetery. Mrs. Sallle Galloway died at tho home of her daughter, Mrs. Homer Turner. The remains wero burled at Mt. Carmel cemetery. ATTENDED First Project Draw3 More Than 15 Schools In Competition. HAVE YOU TRIED A BOX OF 1 7 niiman one-suck- or BEST GOING TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT one2"S"rnEr en-Joy- ed tn-b- lo -- e 50-ya- rd --f- c- Mat-thfiw- sub-tantial- ly . j j I ' - ac-cc- pt "Trafi's End? I $- - ftM n2p Carson (Si Co. Hartford, Kentucky. pj,. Mr. Raymond Phillips, returned Sunday from Trxns, where ho hnd been risking relatives, and prospect Iiir during the past month. E7btS3i Packnrd, the fsraou, c:".iaj:.. aad humorist, will ha at 8:30 o'clock, Tuesday, November 9. A treat storo for you. Don't miss It. Is In Owing to the rovlval In progress at the Baptist church, t'jo .Irs: r i; '.:; - .'o:i of thc Lycem.i cjg-.J3- , LOWER PRICES -- A.TT- fii i Suits Hartford Camp, W. 0. W 13 to moot Saturday night, November 13, when speclnl work will bo done in Evergreen Camp of tho degrees. Hoflln will bo present and assist. A groat meeting for tho local W. O. W.'s is anticipated nnd all members are urged nnd expected to bo present. I Mrs. Ollmoro Keown and caver Dam Whenever there is any decline in the wholesale market price of merchandise we handle, we will immediately match that lower price here at Beaver Dam Coal Company; there can hardly be any decided break, most lower prices will result from forced sales by manufacturers and wholesalers who are compelled to raise cash" on their goods. You can buy at Beaver Dam Coal Company with every confidence in our values ana with eveiy assurance that all new low prices are at once reflected in all prices that we ask you to pay. BUIP ml m m and Coats Department daughter, Until Virginia, left little Hart- ford Wednesday for Lexington, whero fthey go to joli Mr. Keown who Is a student In K. S. U. Mrs. Keown will be In Lexington until the close of tho school. Miss Bessie Clark accompa nied Mrs. Keown to Louisville, where they will visit their slstor two or three day3. Mr. nnd Mrs. Chorllo Griffin, of Dallas, Texas, accompanied the remains of Mrs. Griffin's mother, Mrs. Lydia Barron Morton, widow of Capt. Samuel Morton, to Owensboro, where burial took place last Sunday. Mr. Griffin came to Hartford yesterday to spend a fow days with friends and relatives. It is expected that Mrs. Griffin will Join Mr. Griffin hero today. a G. G. FAIR YIKLDS TO LONG AILMENT Mr. George G. Fair died nt his home hero yesterday at 11:15 o'clock a. in., as the result of a stroke of paralysis suffered sixteen years ago, since which time he had been an invalid. Funeral services, conducted by Rev. Russell Walker, will be held at the Baptist Church this afternoon at 2 o'clock after which the remains will 00 deposited in Oukwocd ceme- ," Some of the Standard Goods we S ell True Shape Hosiery. Warner's Rust Proof and Red Fern Corsets. Red Goose School Shoes for Children and Misses. McElroySloan Shoe Co.'s Shoes for men and women. A. E. Anderson's line of Clothing for men. Henchey's Coats and Suits for women, and Coats for misses and children. Progress Cook Stoves and Heaters. Easlman Kodaks and Kodak Supplies of all kinds. We have everything that you need in dry goods for all the family and our prices are right; our furniture stock is complete with every article that you need from your kitchen to your best room; for good things to eat we have them all, standard and fancy groceries, vegetables, fruits and fresh meats. We pay the highest market prices for all kinds of country produce; try us . and see. i New Things Are Added Weekly to Our Ready-to-We- ar For this week we have some late models at reduced prices. Remember, that when you visit this department, you wjll have a large assortment to.select from, comprising all the new weaves and shades, at prices from ' $18.00 to $65.00 If interested, call and see us. Trade with your home merchant, and thereby save money on your garments. ready-to-wear "Y3. dT tery Fair was born in Lincoln county, thN State, Fub. 25, 1S3G, and therefore in his S5th year. Ho removed to this place thlity years ago and bad since that date resided hero. He w,is.a consistent member of the ' BaptLst Church, much rejected and In his days of activity, a valued and Mr. j Beaver Dam Coal Company Incorporated. , Taylor Mines and McHenry i n Illll III The Haftford Republican F1MUAY . NOVEMHEK - & PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS In t " . Mr. C. C. Dennis, of Prentiss, was to'n Tuesday. of fresh Sour Krout at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. n "Barrel . Mr. T. J. Whlttlnghlll, of Route Was 2, Fordsville, here Tuesday. All kinds of iresh Fruits and at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mr. Q. M. Benton, of Wysox, was a visitor at this office while In town Tuesday. Mr. W. G. Bennett, who has been nulto 111 for several days is somowhat improved. Miss Lourine Collins, of ( Green-vlll- o, i 3? spent the week end hero with her parents. Mr. R. A. Rowan and family, of Livo'rmoro, were guests Sunday of relatives hore. Mrs. H. E. Mlschko. and Mrs. E. E. Birkhoad spent Wednesday in Owensboro, shopping. Mrs. Oma L. Turner is visiting relatives and friends in Llvermore and, Owensboro, this week, A nlco llno.of fresh Oysters, counts, selects and standards at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. I?6lt SALE Bees' in 14 tit ,f 20 Colonies Italian standard hives. ECK RIAL. To exchango two auto"Waiitcd mobiles for realestate. Address, Dr. 17tf L. B. BEAN, Hartford, Ky. located at Gates, Tonn., spent from Saturday to Monday here with his family. Mr. G. A. Ralph, who has had a , sovero case of' typhoid fever, has suf-flciently recoverod to be able to slt up a bit and barring accidents, will likely be out within tho next week or ten days. Mr. C. B. Howard with Bond Bros., .V' I want to apologize for the things political appearing on this bead string last week. I try to be agreeable at any. sacrifice, but I did not know it was going to bo as bad as it was. It Is worse than talking of the gallows Tho Ohio County Baptist Sunday to a family, a member of which had Mr. and Mrs. Hoyt L. Taylor and Edward Ford, of Eddyvlllo, visited School Convention held at Green Riv- been hung, this talking politics to was our Democratic friends just now. friends and relatives here this week er, near Cromwell, Oct. 30-3well attended and of unusual interest. and last. Rendering oftho program devolved It Is always a bit interesting" for Attorney C. E." largely on local talent, owing to the one to run across tracks he made Commonwealth's Smith will leave Monday for Calhoun fact that the presence of Ministers long ago. Just now, in cleaning a to be In attendance of the MceLan was smaller than usual or expected, drawer in my office, I found a copy of yot It was well done and a 'credit- to he Courlor Journal of March 2, 1919, Circuit Court. tho community. the Marse Henry edition. It was is. sued as a sort of celebration of Mr. Mrs. D. B. Hancock and little INVENTIVENESS OF INSECTS I Watterson's birthday. Each of tho daughter, of Leitchfleld, spent the Kentucky newspapers had been asked week end here with her parents, Mr. One can not read tho delightful o publish a brief mention of the great fund Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. works of M. Fabre without being editor, for reproduction In the spec Mr. Stovo Ellis nnd family, who struck by the fact that man in many ial issue. At the time I was on tho havo been occupying the Orlllln res- of his inventions and mechanical ac- Republican, nnd wrote my; write. And idence, opposite tho College, havo complishments, has, after all, been In this issue, another editor had takpreceded in these accomplishments by en pains to preserve, I found my own moved to tho McIIonry property. , little notice. One among many, the insects. Tho bee and the wasp used hypo- only pride I found In observing ft I. C. R. Mr. Gayle Taylor, with the wo after this lapse of time, was its brelong before R. Co., Frooport, 111., spent Sunday dermic needles thought of them, and tho bee uses vity. I have written volumes for and Monday hero with his mother, Mrs. W. M. Hudson nnd Mr. Hudson. formic acid as an antiseptic to pre- publication, but havo not preserved serve its honey from fomentation. . a line of all I have written. But in Tho spider made tho, first suspen- inoffacable memory I havo preserved Mrs. M. L. McCracken and children returned Thursday from Louisville, sion bridge, and certain kinds of these somo choice strokes from other pens. Kinging Mrs McCrackeu's mother, insect have been ablo to construct "Ho's a changed man" remarked Mrs. E. S Miller, with them for a vis- - their own airships and a workable sort of diving bell. The bee manu- one man of another who had been factures a wax that we can not even some years away, to mo today. But M. Woodrlng, local L. & N. ! today imitate, and a wprm is still un- - why should he not be changed after Mr. Agent, has purchased the residence (rivaled in tho manufacture of silk a lapse of a dozen years? The man who after so long a time has not owned and occupied by Mr. Arvin thread. To these skilled artisans might be markedly changed, changed to livTlchenor, in tho Eastern part of added the ant, which makes tunnels ing n now life and in a new world,, town. and subways; the mason bee, with Its ought to claim kinship with the mol-luon the ocean's bed. Change is A. Fogle went to cement work, and the great peacock Mr. McDowell IndlanapollB, Ind., Wednesday, whero moth, which was able to call its kind the Indelible mark of progress. If he will spend two weeks with his sis- from a long distance by means of tho boy when grown to manhood ter, Mrs. T. B. Potrio. Mr. Petrlo and some- invisible agency, long before notes no greater change in his life man had dreamed of the poslbility than a wrfnt of taste for rolling a Judge J. E. Foglo. telegraphy. Louisvillo hoop or tossing a ball, then Indeed of wireless Is ho doomed to perpetual childhood. Don't waste tho long, winter even- Herald. ings that are coming. Enjoy them I meet a man who as a boy of ten was my friend and confident, and find reading your favorite magazines. Wo TOOTH IN LUNG havo, a largo lino of Periodicals. It wo PRODUCED DEATjr him now indifferent and neglectful, or I fault him with maybe patronizing. do not have your favorites wp will gladly get them for you. A New York man filed suit for Ingratitude and a sour nature, when damages against adentist, charging he has only grown from mo while I TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. that In pulling teeth for the plaintiff's stood still. He has changed, Indeed, Alton Packard, tho cartoonist and' wife ho had negligently allowed one and the boyhood congeniality is wanthumorist, who Is to appear at Col-le- of the grinders to drop into her wlnd-plp- o ing because I have not changed with Hall Tuesday night; November and then into her lung without him. Unhappy the lot of the man 9, is an entertainer of tho first water. telling her anything about it. As a whom time does not change. . It you wish to see and hear one of result she contracted nneumonla a At Mrs. Kates' table that's whero tho best of the Redpath Lyceum nuih-- t month later and died, according to a, score of us take our meals there ' the plaintiff. bars don' fail to attend. 1, ; sk go useful citizen. Dpceased Is suiviiert by Hvo sonsi Henry "Nail went "to" Louisvillo, and t.d daughters: Mr. McDowell Wednesday to visit Bomebody. I (Fair, rf North Chs'.tt:mooga. "enn.; We pay cash every day for eggs and Jr. William Fair, Mrs. Emma Thomas W. E. ELLIS & BHO. poultry. and Mrs. R. R. Rile,', ihe lattei three residing In Hartford. Wo have Rye, Red Top and S. S. CONVENTION OF Seed. MUCH INTEREST HELD ACTON BROS. - -- BEADS ODDLY STRUNG (By I. D. Claire.) is much discussion of sundry subjects, and .the usual variety of opinion crops out. Tonight we were discussing tho carnival that played here last week. An old gentleman, earnest, sincere and austere, said carnivals ought to be tabooed; that they imposed on the people with various games of chance where the Chance was all in the carnival fakir's favor, and got the peoples money for nothing. One. of our old maids we have several In the company defended the carnival as a' convenient provider of entertainment for the gullible, insisted this suffragetto philosopher, like to be gulled, and only .the trained carnival bands could put it over in that clever way that made it worth more than the money. Darned if she didn't almost convince me that in the fool and his money being soon parted tho fool got more in parting with his money than the miser gets in miser-in- g his. I am not strong on woman suffrage, but that old maid ought to havo been granted the privllego of suffrage forty years ago. A good friend of mine, a. frank fellow, and that is tho sort of friends I like, good naturedly chided mo recently for being a In my bead stringing. It was like a a nold fisherman novice advising what sort of bait to ' use. If the stuff has any interest at all it is tho personal featuro that gives it er All history 13 a personal record of individuals. The public likes to have a writer t,urn himself inside out so it can discover his faults and weakness and cuss and criticise him. Why, that same follow will read evory line I write Just for the pleasure of criticising my egotism. , Won'tiyou, Me?- HON. BEN JOHNSON Democratic candidate is again from the 4th Kentucky District. to the Lower House of ged, bound and gagged by four thugs, wnr brought him Into closo associa- HERE'S MOST POPULAR LEOPARD IN THE WORLD who threw him into an automobile tion with the American Hod Cross. truck, soaked his clothes in oil and Tho stupendous foreign and domesLondon, Oct. 30r "Raffles" Is tho then set ftro to tho car. FOR IMMIGRATION tic task before tho Red Cross in its Ho saved himself from being burnpenco program Is ono that deserves most popular leopard in tho world, tho Biipport of tho American peoplo, and she's holding "open house" nt tho ed to denth by rolling out of tho ho points out In urging a largo en- zoo here. All her old friends tho of- truck. Two boys who wero attracted by Newcomers Give Many Rea- rollment. ficers and men' of H. M. S. Hyacinth Churches throughout Lako Division nro dropping Into "shako a paw" and tho blazing car found Dr. Clcroland. Coming To sons For Ho was taken to a hospital, whero it hnvo begun plans for tho observance say howdy-do- . America of Red Cross Sunday, November 14. "Raffles" only recently enmo to. was repotted today his condition is From tho pulpits of tho three states live nt tho zoo and before that time critical. M Dr. Clovcland said he was certain tho cause of tho Red Cross will be Im- was star boarder and official mascot upon many audiences and its of the Hyacinth. tho motlvo for tho attack on him waa New York, Oct. 30. Tho tldo of pressed Her favorite pastime was stalking f revenge for steps taken by him to immigrants continues to swamp nil vast peace program explained. "Tho Red Cross of Peace," tho sailors on tho deck and Jumping on suppress a wave of crime in tho sec post-wrecords, tflvo thousand landpageant written especially for Lake their bnro feet. Onco tho trick al- tion of thocity in which his church ed a day at Ellis Island Is a common Division, also will bo presented at most cost her life and she never Is located. occurrence. Churches' on. Red Cross Sunday. played the gamo again. The sailor Lack of shipping prevents a prems she Jumped for dodged and "Raffles" JAPANESE CROWDING records from boing smashed, ofwar Neuralgia of tho face, shoulder, dived Into tho sea! WHITES PROM SCHOOLS ficials say, for each new week sees a n powerful "Leopard overboard I" sailed her high mark for the period since hands, or feet requires now 'inedy that will penctrato the fleah. playmate. Engines stopped. Ship put Seattle, Oct. 30 Residents of Mer 1914. 'Snow Liniment possesses about and there was "Raffles" padd- - cer Islnnd engaged an attorney to find of Immigrants are com- Dnllard's What kind power. Rubbed In whoro the ling her own canoe on the bosom of why thclr children should bo 'barred ing? Why.aro they coming? From that pain is felt is nil that is necessary to tho broad Atlantic. Aboat was over from overcrowded Seattle Bchools they coming? what countries are Returning travelers says that the reliove suffering and restore normal the side in a moment nnd "Raffles" whllo Japaneso students wore admitted. Tho school board's attorney cntlro population of Poland is ready conditions. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 was ignomlnlously hoisted aboard. by Ohio County ruled that the Japanese living in tho to emigrate to America, that Italians por bottle. Sold m 11 ALAIIAMA COAL MEN school district, havo prccedenco over and Greeks and Spaniards and Jugo Drug Co. t INDICTED 11V U. S. JURY white children living outside. Tho slavs, Czechs and Ruthenlans and EAHTIIQUAKK school board reports that attendance Slovaks are all looking once more to VERTICAL ROCKS CHILEAN PROVINCES Birmingham, Ala.' Oct. 30 Eleven of Jnpancsc is increasing rapidly and this country as a Promised Land, retail coal dealers and two mine op- at the samo timo that Japanese where wages are high and whore work Valpariso, Chile, Oct. 29 Violent erators were Indicted by the Federal schools, teaching Japanese language, plentiful, where taxes are low and is food abundant, where there is neith- earthquake shocks with a vertical grand Jury here today on charges of religion and ideals, aro flourishing. 8 er oppression, nor war nor revolution. movement, shook tho provinces of violating the Lever act. Tho IndictForest lookouts lead lonesome If you want to find out what kind Atacama and Coqulmbo, north of this ments followed protests from many morning, the sections of the State against present lives, but not devoid of excitement. of peoplo live in Cincinnati or Mem- city at 7:05 o'clock this tremors lasting two and one-haprices for coal. At Mount Eddy in the Shasta region phis or El Pasco a pretty good way of California, recently, the United to find out would he Just to talk to minutes. Tho cities of Coplape and Vellenar, THUGS TRY TO RURN States Department of Agriculture the people in those cities; go into a IOWA MINISTER ALIVE Forest Servlco is advised, lightning barber shop and a grocery store and In tho province of Atacama, were struck tho lookout 'station, tore a a wholesale establishment and a boot most seriously shnken, old structures Council Bluffs, Iowa, .Oct, 30 hole In tho wall and stunned black parlor and seo what tho peoplo in both town3 being damaged. Reports received here stnt9 no one Lured to a lonely part of the city by the lookout J. S. McClemmens. Ha there aro like and what they are was injured during tho earthquake. a fake telephone call ,tho Rev. Dr. E. recovered Just in time to save tho thinking about. SIty-Ti- o D. Cleveland, pastor of tho Dodgo house and his own life. Thirty-fiv- e Cases Studied. TOLEDO AUTO KILLS Memorial Church and prominent in lightning fires wero caused in that Tho writer adopted a method of CUSTER'S LAST MAN civic affairs, late last night was slug- - vicinity tho samo day. that sort In attempting to learn a little about the Immigrants who are Toledo, O., Oct. 29 Frank Fleck, coming to this country. Thru inter70 years old, believed to have been x juh-- u imimij preters he approached them in variMriiimrrnranTTTreiTigiMtM.-iii'i places away from official in- America's last survivor of Custer's rious band of Indian fighters, was killed by of all kinds and asked fluences TOU don't use as much an automobile on a them a few slmplo questions. He near here early today. suburban road 1. pi Calumet as you do of found them at South Terry, where most oilier Baking Powders. Fleck, a ship carpenter by trade, they aro landed from Ellis Island, in It has more than ordinary had made his residence 'in Toledo leavening strength. You the Pennsylvania and other depots on many years. they take the Jersey side, where save about half. When Custer's troops were mustertrains to tho west; he found them In ed to pursue You don't pay a big price for Indian renegades Flack Immigrant homes and at tho headCalumet It's sold at a was attached to Reno's Division. He quarters of charitable organizations, moderate price that repsuffered four bullet wounds in the where they are sheltered until relaresents another saving. battle of the Little Dig Horn and estives call for them. In all sixty-tw- o caped with Reno's troops who had You don't feel uncertain as cases were studied, and tho informato results. Bakings never obtained has been prepared In become separated from Custer. tion fail because Calumet never falls Fleck was one of soventeen who tabular form on the accompanying below the proven standard of "Best enlisted from Toledo in the regular BO by Test" chart. army in 1867. Ho wrs assigned to irwtuio-it lui'll' H And what stories tho table conholds a tragedy the Seventh Cavalry, which was sent tains! Each line or comedy of its own, from Ellas At- against the S'oux Indians under Sitlas, who came here from Galicla to ting Bull. escape "war, starvation and pograms" DIVERS ARE SALVAGING at home, to G. Cernigllo, of PalerHAMAGKI) SUHMARINE mo, Italy, who comes here at the nge of G2, ill and with a trade, "to States navy divers are risking their make a living." lives woiking 150 feel under the sea Gedalia Goldberg, 19, arrives from to prepare the U. S. submarlno 5 Odessa because her father Is "opposfor salvage, it was stated at the Navy ed to tho Bosheviki," who control Department today. The 5 100 I wv Bill that city. C.'MIniconi, a laborer, is miles off the Defeware capessank Sepon on his way to Butler, Pa., on a "plea1. Her crew was rescued afsure trip." G. aiarozzo thinks, as tember ter forty-eighours. EG It possesses the highest qualM well as he may, that ho will have a Tho divers are boring holes, thru chance" here. The wants of e n ity ever put into a Baking u j "better Calumet to make the bottom of Powder. Contains only such J. Itegia, 43, from Vicenza, are simple air connections the submarine hatchGold Calca and making the ingredients as have been offiRecipe ho desires "to make a living." es and other openings tight against cially endorsed by United States g YoIk3 of 8 eggs, "Tired of AVnr At ironic." Food Authorities. Internal pressure: g Vi cups of gran Eugene Shxtoz, here from Russia, The actual salvaging will be done ulated sugar, V) For weeks, for months, it gives tho conventional excuse of the cup of water, Yz by the mine swepeed Mallard, which keeps as fresh and full of going to tho club married man for cup of butter, has been specially fitted with air comstrength as the day it left the 2 cups pastry ho is "tired of war.at home." Calumet Factories, the World's pressors, air tanks and a decompressflour, 3 levtl teaTho majority of tho men and woLargest, most Sanitary and Modern spoons Calumet ing chamber. The work will be comBaking Powder plants. . men questioned were Italians, as are Baking Powder, pleted by November 20. important that you use only 1 tablespoon of It is the majority of tho immigrants who vanilla. Then straight wheat flour (not are arriving hero today. Most of DULL FIGHTERS UNION mix in the icgu. flour) and pure baking powder if them aro laborers, and they aro Imlar way. OUT FOR WAGE IJOOST you wish to obtain ths gluten de pelled to como hero for economic reaK manded by sound health. sons; thoy hear that conditions in the Madrid, Oct. 2S The OIU United States aro better and wages thruout Spain are considering contw"'18'TffiwmT--,r"r')'i'"f'"'' .higher. Political reasons, pogroms, certed action with the object of obpersecution, play a part in sending to taining higher pay, it was learned this country many immigrants from today. They also deside new rules Central and Eastern Europe. regarding tho manner In which bulls S33 are admitted to tho ring. NEW RECORDS SET DIRBCTORY Judge CIRCUIT COURT. R. W. Black, Owenibo'o. C. E. Smith, HartGom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Master Commissioner Mar- REAVER DAM. W. T. McKcnney-Cler- k It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J, W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. Ch'm'n. Board tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Hartford. Oal P. Keown, FORDSVILLE. t Ch'm'n. Board Vt ar 1st Monday In March 13 days Clerk Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. KesBlngor. 1st Monday in May 12 dayi Civil. Mnrshal Grant Pollnrd. 1st Mouday In July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAI& Civil. Monday in November 13 dayi 4th County Board of Education E. S Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 It. A. Owen, Hartford,. Meets first Mondny In each month. Routo C. Judge Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2 II. C. Lako, Fordsvilio. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Renfrow, Dun-de- c. Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. Sheriff S. A. Bratchcr. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt'.Goff', Roslno. Jaitcr Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. C Otis Stevens, Boavor D. E. Ward. Tux Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. C Nat LIndlcy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. FISCAL COURT. County Board of Examiners: E. S Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Birdie Midkift and ' October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford', Teachers Institute, Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav er Dam. EXAMINATIONS Itrd District Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. 4th District G. W. Rowo, Centor- Common School Diploma May 14 towu. and ID at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - and Fordsvllle.. town. May 21 and 22 County Teachers-Examinatio- n flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. 'at Hartford, (Whlto). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. May 28 nnd 29 County Teachers Hth- - District B. C. Rhoados, Hart Examination at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Routo 6. June ,1S and 19 County and Stato Teachors' Examination nt Fordsvilio, HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judge C. M." Crowe. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ROCKPOKT Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. Clork N. II. Bratcher. Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkcrson. Marshal Ed, J. Bratchcr. II. Jonet.. X lf mij (Whlto). Juno 25 and 2C County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Sept. 17 nnd IS County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, t (Whlto). Sept. 21 and 25 (Colored). County and Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, -- Every WonumWantsl A. 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L & S. FREV, Eaiikort. Mt. a M 50 1 Tf m j it is the best medicine ever cold over a druggists counter. FOR KIDNY,LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL YOU. TAKE OUR IN YE OLDEN TIME skirts cei.-risin- bull-fighte- rs """ worn by Hoop wero GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealraenl CASTO Always bears R rA " to 1SENEPITS IN DISGUISE. For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years modern." "Hut these stairs creak terribly." complained tho prospective tenant, "Oh" explained tho agent, "this is KED CROSS CHAITKK tho latost modern improvement In ROLL CALL NOV. 11 23 homes. That is a patent burglar alarm staircase. No burglar can get Ohio county Chapter will seek a up to tho bedroom without waking membership of 900 In tho Fourth you up." Detroit Free Press. e Jled Cross Roll Call, November 11 to 2G. This quota has been fixed by II. American hemp Is now used exten2J. Dickson, Roll Call manager for sively with flax in shoo thread, tho Lake Division. United States Department of Agrlcul- Chapter quotas havo been set with turo finds. Without the Russian sup- the view of enrolling 1,500,000 mem- ply, flax Is not available in sufficient bers in Lake Division Ohio, Indiana quantities to supply tho demand. and Kentucky. GOSPEL OK QUALITY. Plans for achieving this goal wero completed at conferences of chapt r Harping on low prices attract the Roll Call directors of tho throo states at Indianapolis, Loulsvlllo and Colum-Tju- rhoap and usually unprofitable trade. Preaching tho gospel of quality, the "Lot every, good American citizen desirability of quality merchandise, become a member of tho Red Cross" attracts tho better trade, tho trado js tho message of Horbort Hoover, which is willing you should inako a without haggling. Trtrhoso relief work abroad during the reafionabl eprofit Signature of Qut&ffi&ZcArti 0 "This house is rather old, Inst it?" said tho prospective tenant. "Oh, no," answored the real estate agont. "This house is comparatively ' S3 0 Colds & Headache Black-Draught s "For years wchave used In our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Brady ville, Tenn. Mr. Stacy, who is a Rutherford Cou.ity farmer, recommends ht as a medicine that should be kept in every household for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to prefa vent them from developing into serious troubles. Black-Draug- lit those who first asked tho druggist for, and in- f?ak)V:' OHIO MEDICAL CO. for WEAK 01 LUNGS T J CONSUMPTION feeling, A quick rcltet (or that tired, couthi, pains in elicit, night sweats, hemor. rhacei, weak lungs or consumption. I( II does net help you II costs you ustalni. a sisted on FORtONE MONTH COLUMBUB having, tho a -- D 13 n D THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- , T B D s. a a D n "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for It has saved us many I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep in the house. I recommend highly and am never without it." At all druggists. g D n m E D E5 e I ... Black-Draug- ht. O Black-Draug- ht B B B B BO Accept No Imitations BflflflflflBflflflBflfllflBBflBflflflflBflBB "' BB ago. Dress has changed very much since thcnl But Dr. Picrco'8 medicines contain tho samo dependable ingredients. They aro otandard today just as thoy were fifty years ago. Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for tho stomach and blood cannot bo surpassed by any remedy today. Dr. Piercors Favorite Prescription for weak women has never been equalled for tho distressing complaints incident to woman hood. What others say: Covington, Ky. "1 have taken five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery and am proud of my good health. Every winter I would have threo or four spells of La Grippe and I used to get such weak spells, but I am stronger now than I ever was in my life."-- - Mrs, Ida Hiles, 1532 Banklick Street. nut un bv Dr. Tierco over fifty years genuino Golden Modi cal Discovery Lock b6x eto CX USE LI V-VER-- far.,.,,. ,,m For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. Feel.rtght all tho time. Don't lav 08 from work for days by taking calomel when pleasant .in. Vcr-La- x keeps yoa pn your feet, whiloroliovingyour troulx Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Donrt tako anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses bv tem and relieves constipation. A nafc ural remedy, natural in its actions-- , bum Inlts effect and certain In results. If won't bo long beforo Uu.VeLax viU completely displaco calomel in evert home. Children can tako it freely an with perfect safety. Every bottle guaranteed. 60c and SI in bottloa. eenulno without the likeness and bUimv turo of L. K. Grtojby, for sale by e " P kni FARM DEPARTMENT. Dig Potatoes After Frost to Kill IUIkIiI and Hot. In Stntoa whoro tho Irish potato follago linn boon badly attacked by tho Into blight discaso and rot la threatened, It Is best to delay digging until 10 dnys or longer nttor tho tops nro fully dead, preferably until fitter n frost has killed tho vines, say specialists of tho llurcau of Plant Industry, United States Department of Agriculture. Earlier digging will result In moro field tubor lnfpctlon and subsequent development of rot Experiments In tho cellar. havo shown that tho smallest pcrccntngo of tubor rot In storage follows tho practlco of dolaycd digging. Howro TIiIm Mcusoii. Lato blight has been moro or less goncrnl and sovero this season in tho New England States, on nccount of tho cool, rainy woathor which prevailed In these States thruout tho lattor part of July and most of August. In somo Instanesco tho onset of dry weather which frequently comes about tho last of August has choked tho disease. Tuber Infection takos plnco chiefly In tho field when the potatoes aro dug too soon nfter tho tops dlo down with the dlscaso and while tho fungus Is yet allvo. Hy delaying tho digging until tho tops havo been dead somo tlmo or until a frpczo kills tho stems, tho fungus also is killed to a large extent and henco little or no now tuber Infection takes place. Tho largo commercial grower must consldor his labor supply In relation to tho tlmo avallahlo for digging tho potatoes will bo frozen In tho ground and delay his digging as much as consistent with getting tho crop out before frost Injury. In tho most northern sections not as much delay can bo practiced as In States farther south. It Is tho farmhomo 'supply which can bo dug in a fow flays whor.o tho greatest advantago can bo taken of this moans of reducing field tuber Infection an subbo-fo- ro PROHIBITION GAINS GROUND IN MEXICO standing tho great mass of tho crop? In Kaco of Strong Opposition Issue Iiooins Largo For Drink Hup- of 1920, thoy arc, nttor all, no greatlrvs.sioii. er than tho avorago when compared great mass of an Increasing with tho population. Warns Mexico City, Mex., Oct. 10 (By Mall) Mexico Is going thru a per In Now York. Drinking places nro supposed to bo closed on all holidays and from Saturday noon until Monday morning, but nil sorts of devices aro resorted to 'in tho effort . to ovado the law. , Prohibitionists, who are gaining strength hero, keep a watchful eyo upon tho cantlnns, restaurants nnd hotols, nnd aro quick to expose the frauds practiced to fill tho till and cheer tho thirsty. Somo of tho newspapers, seeing this growing sentiment In favor of closing drinking places, have taken up tho Issue and aro devoting much space to tho evils of drink and tho lawless characters of somo of the city's resorts. Cnn Bo Had. On Sunday It Is still possible to buy liquor In certain places which are on good terms with the police. No exposure has yet been mado of tho manner In which theso places gotipollco- "protection," but It Is whispered that there Is "graft" along lines exposed In New York and else days which where during tho blue-lapreceded prohibition. In somo places, if you, ask for tea and wink at tho waltert you ge brandy. If you ask for "ginger ale," also with a wink and a knowing smllo, you get nhlghball, sorved in a china cup. Tho prohibition agitation has extended to Tamplco and elsewhere. At Tamplco, drink has caused much Inconvenience to tho oil companies. It Is not common for largo numbers Cjf men to stay away from work on Monday to recover from the effects of dissipation on Sundays with the proceeds of tho money received on, w For a Limited Time We Will Give You , Iloiivrnhca Against Use Of iod slmllnr to tho Raines law days Cunning Compounds, Tho United States Department of Agriculture warns houowlvcs against t'tu uso of any preservr.tl 3 powder or fanning compound In homo canning. Their uso encourigos eartess and work, and In law amounts they may have sorlou.i cffi;ls upon d rcstlon and hoalth. It, Is entirely ptnctlcablo to pit up fruits and vegetables so .urn thoy will kern indefinitely by processing tho products with heat. Thcro is no reason for risk by tho uso of canning powders. Doric or salicylic acid Is tho bash of most canning compound? on tho Tho directions on the market packages usually call for one tcasp.ioi lot tho compound to each ii;nrt nf fruit or vegetable Tho um: of boric and salicylic acid, slnco they inny be harmful to health, Is roardjd by the Dopartmcnt of Agriculture as a violation of the Federal Food and Drugs Act. Tho laws of many States ulso prohibit tho salo of fojU3 containing boric or salicylic acid. to-da- 25 Worth of New Records FREE PATHE BEAVER Costs No More Than The Ordinary PHONOGRAPH! Wants I'redntory Animals Spared To There's no string to this offer; no joker in it. $25.00 worth of PATHE or ACTUELLE records; FREE if you buy a PATHE PHONOGRAPH (except the small models 3 and 6, which are not included). No matter if you pay cash or extend the terms on easy payments the $25.00 worth of records will be delivered with the instrument as quickly as you make your selection. fc Exercise Dogs. It's hard to please everybody. Even efficiency has Its drawbacks. Now comes a complaint from a rancher at Antelope, Oreg., that the Government hunters in that section of tho country aro so effectively carrying on their wnrfaro against predatory animals coyotes, particularly that ho is put to It to find oxerclso for tho dogs. Officials of tho Bureau of Dlologi-cSurvey, United States Department of Agriculture, who havo charge of tho work of making tho ranges free from destructive animals, look upon this knock as a particularly good Saturdays. sequent storage rot. boost, in view of tho fact that this Is llliMlcninrc To Work. part of tho country Is considered esThere Is also much drinking durpecially Infested with such enemies. .Agriculture A It as Is For Itusluo.s Of laIt Is an instanco of the notable work ing tho week, and the Mexican The Country. being dono by tho bureau's corps of borer filled with mescal is worthless "Too many business men, I am troublesome. afraid, havo failed to appreciate ful- hunters and trappers in tho Important and often But tho troublo duo to drink Is not ranges of the Wost, where k ly tho Importance of agriculture or to the Mexican workmen. their dopondenoe on It. This has re- mountain lions, bobcats, bears,, wolves confined mechanics' including Amercoyotos have becnablo to main- Foreign sulted, In ninny instances, In lack of and Mex- sympathetic understanding of tho tain tholr numbers practically un- icans, who havo been brought to of the host efforts 'ico at high salaries bocauso of their finiier's problems and of tho dlffl-c- n diminished in snlto skill or expert knowledgo of certain oonf renting htm not only in of thp settlers ti "400 orTsoO of crafts, lose much tlmo because of There are between producing lils crops or live stock but comploto victims :'! his products. these skilled hunters. Last year they drliik.. Some fall in th maiketing-oto the fascinating native drink, anir. 'lulinrc furnihlioe ths basis 'of captured about 32,000 predatory TLis has a potency, and en- -' i i'"li or uc biuinc-iof tr-r- country. mals and killed at least that many power like that of absinthe, A', an .Irrl-'g V re tiro ni.inj Induttik., w.kii aro mote by poison..;;; operations. of tlio destruction done by j.ir.d the victims consume bottles of on It, such, f s the i atr.l. '.ri iidnt ' .ureu the fiery liquor in an amazingly short i mi 'ilr '.v. !io psckirg bouses ttu owner declared that la less th-itime. Sometimes they remain drunk ' A Texis antifn'iir !"T'i.2nt3 and predatory r.r.lr.-.a!-- : no .(' i'i s, and li.-'i-v o'hors; owner declared that lu less thar 3 for two or three weeks, doing bev In 'lut) sheep work and holding up operations ',i i'i, of cnirsc, p! iv a montLs lis loht l.o 'Hy r ' 'il 3,200 through lpireilations cause their- - skill Is needed to direct ' N 'ih?r worth i' I i ii..n ' 1m ' r six coyotes, whlcl ! ' .' were killed fo.ces &f less able workmen. Some-ti-n i 'i uo" l'"" f "., of es'ihey drag along thru sodden by Government tm: Use. i iiufui . i n 1' - nu 'i ly ami days drinking from' hidden bottles lri " i nun it liu.it tha of liquor and seeming to at'er.d Kind win it ii il the material iuiI of tho Kintnckv once led in hemp pro- their but doing liUlo of v lue man hnovrr a c. duction, but has turned to moro proti. "The "open saloons" of MeUb Miig toward waking the ai .'s t: ble crop ;nd relinquished ttyi lead Uave brought a multitu.de of Amern, ricultuio of hi-- , section more pro-- fi to Wisco .sin, according to the Unit- ican drinkers to Mexico. Many of iblo to tlio farmers, he dors someed States Department of Agriculture these men could oarn bettor wages thing which n111 help hit own Stato cultlvfited 7.000 o, The beiause there Is not in the Unit- acres, Bjtdcor thq country's total this lu the United Stakes. Even atTam-plc5l.lt where the Highest wages aro ed stsUs iir.y business center that yoar, followed by Minnesota, paid because of the mtod of skillfuj could continue to prosper indepen- gan, Ohio, and California, with Ken- workmen by the oil companies, ho. dently of the fnnnliig communitlos earnings of good mechanics aro not surrounding it." Edwin T. Mere- tucky sixth. bettor than in tho United States, and dith, Secretary of Agriculture. CriiMitlo Against Molos Ni'ts Farmers tho cllmato Is extremely unhoalth-fu- l. Front From Skins , A list of growers of puro sorghum Dry Hunks Grow. Moleskins obtained from animals year by tho seed has boon Issued this Whllo tho ranks of tho prohibiKansas Stato Agricultural Experi- killed in tho crusade fostered by tho supple- Biological Survey, United States De- tionists In Mexico aro'growlng there ment .Station at Manhattan, against Is1 formldablo opposition to the now menting similar lists which havo been partment of Agrlculturo, crop destroying animals havo netted "dry" measure enforced hore Keeppublished In the past on wheat, corn, nnd other principal coreal crops. Tho $50,000 to $GO,000 a year to farmers ers of drinking places everywhere nro list Is liuido from field inspection and of Oregon and Washington. Moles opposed to tho order forcing them enables fanners to tell tho exact and tho many kinds of rodents do to close on the days on which they jjrado of sorghum or porccntago of serious damage to grass and grain, formorly did their most profitable mixture, with other varietlps which and a campaign of extermination was business. There Is a substantial eloment alla to bo obtained from any grower. started against them through cooperfaorvlce has b."n of grnt advan- ation of tho Biological Survey and lied with tho "wots." Clubs do not This tho States Relations Service. As a want to closo their bars on tho days tago to the farmers of the State. of extermination tho fur when their members have time to Fulling Crop I'roductlon I'cr Capita, of tho mole was found to' bo of value, gather for friendly Intercourso;hotels Reports Show. Tho pelt of tho northwestern mole Is and restaurants do not wish to bo Crop production in this country In suporlor to that of tho Scotch molo, compelled to refuse their patrons 1991, as estimated by th3 Bureau of which Is gonerally used for fur gar- liquors on the days when their din Crop Estmlates of tho United States ments. The northwestern moleskins ing rooms are most frequented, and Dopart.-U'iof Agrlculturs wes 11 havo recently sold at from 50 to GO tho patrons themselves object to bepor-ceabove tho avorago of tho cents apleco and have boon In 'great ing deprived of alcoholic beverages on holidays. And tho patrons of and this was demand. prewar yoars 1910-1' Tho total annual damage by ro- tho hotels and restaurants who en- 191"5, when the production was 1C not piovlounly wiiie'ed eicojit in dents to crops and grains In tho Unit- Joy a bottle of wlno with tholr Sun per cent above tho avorago. La'.o ir. ed States Is estimated roughly at day dinner include some men of great tho growing season of 1920, the pro- $300,000,000. This id being cut Influence. ms duction of crops was, apparently 13 down by systematic poisoning campaigns in various sections. Tho ter- MODERN NOAH'S AUK por cent above, tho average. ARRIVES IN GOTHAM: A tale of another sort is told when ritory covered In theso campaign in crop productFU I compared with the last yoar amounted to about New York, Oct. 29i A modern acres. The saving to crops population. During tho last 30 yiars "Noah's Ark" docked here today the largest per capita production w;a in tho destruction of moles and of when the Australian and United In 1898, when It was 12 per cent such rodents. as prairie dogs, ground arIn squirrels, pocket gophers and Jack States Line freighter Belle-buckabove the avorago of 1910-1specimens of ani$10,000,-00- 0 rived with 4,000 most of tho years from 189Gtol915 rabbits Is estimated to lie mals, birds and reptiles, recruited tor a year. per capita production was above the tho Dronx Zoo during the last two how-ove- r, average. Tho highest point, years by Dr. Eljla Stanley Josephs In 1915 has been reached since . tho central and northern parts of menthe average of tho ftvo years FOR FLETCHER'S Australia. The shipment comprised was done in 1917 tioned, and this startling animal forms and faces, and apparently In 1920. Notwltaal llvo-stocf ln. 1 i px.-nip-le . i r DAM COAL COMPANY (INCORPORATED TAYLOR MINES and McHENRY ' rjra vividly colored wings and crests, and curious poisonous reptiles. A koala, a rolypoly armful of gray fur, that looks like a Teddy bear, tho first to bo brought to this country, was one of tho prize specimens. Dr. Josephs said It eats only tho leaves, of the eucalyptus trco and nearly a ton of theso leaves were brought along from Australia. ' Tho real belle of tho party, however, was a spotted fomalo dasarus, another antipodean novelty. Sho carried nine young In her pouch. not to have tho strength of "tho old tomers" and almost lmmediately stuff," sold "cheap." A carload ar- thereaftcr stolen from the "customrived on the "market" today, federal ers" thru tho connivance of men posofficials declared. The discovery of a draft for ?31,-00- 0 on a Louisville bank may federal officials said today, tho purchaser of tho recent shipment of whisky into Chicago which was delivered to tho saloonkeeper "cus jS- .ja dis-clos- o; ing as city policemen. Federal officials discovered that the $31,000 draft was for tho purchase of 1,000 cases of wjilsky which, corresponds to the amount or tho shipment forming tho x chief featu-- o ' of tho investigation. 1? THANKFUL DID HER YEARS AGO How's This? nundrfil Dollars Howard for any qase of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Mwljclnc has bean taken by catarrh sufterjtu lui the past thirty-liv- e years, and ha become known as tho oau reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru ths C!ood on n the Mucous, rjtrfjcea, calling tho from the Blood and neaUng the dla- TTa offer Ono Pol-so- FOR GOOD Keeps the Mcine wflirller for Safety J :, i ,i.r'oi , bn-inss 1 (.- '.' "v IT V'3 Catarrh Af'.T yon ''rc5lvir - for 1 r ora t Ffe 1 rreat liprovtriS' t in vour Renctnl Mi tnkfm' It ill i.e.iUll tirt (it nrr n'"il rct rid ct i.itarrh. Send to- - tp : inlnio tro Toledo,, Ohio. P J. i.UKN""V nO . 75c. by all Drugflsts. Sold 9 0- :.-- ..' t 1 n.r.O.Be.2. WW. CAnL UNDER G9X44, DmmI, MlaiKSttl Mrs. Carl Linder, R. P. D. No. 2, Box 44, Dasjel, iiiiincoota, writes; ''I want to tlmnk you ior your Kiiiuness anu ino gooti your remedy did me years ago. Iampcrftrily well and visiting in Spokane, Wash. Were it not for I would not have been able to make this trip. I always take your medl-oin- e vuth me for safety bhould 1 take cold. " Praiso to As an emergency remedy for ovoryday il'., has wen in use fifty years. Po-ru-- na TABLETS OR LIQUID uLD EVERYWHEP.3 '. SEW PisESIUKXT ISN'T NOTIFIED Washington, Oct. 30. It a of this country didn't read the newspapers' ho might never learn he was elected. Altho all other ceremonies and formalltlos are carefully taken caro of by law ,110 way Is provided for tho formal notification of a candldato that ho has been choson president. When tho vote of tho electoral college la canvassed tho result is spread on tho journasl of both houses of Congress but thoro is no formal announcement to the candidate. He finds out that he's elected tho best way he can and then drops in at tho White IIouso on March 4 for InPresl-dentelect bufsl-ni'-- 's, -- r7 OU .4TCX wimB V'-- UrtilfXm2A;Srit&te.iKiXiilil. V,U Mi3 'Vii&JZX VIWi .TJ l)uJSl,V .a ftrVI iviai-'- j Ihe in use for over over 30 years, has home the signature of and has been made under his perWLaSyz7-eU-c rf "Just-as-good" Kind You Have Always Bpught, and which has been auguration. 1KK WRECKED AUTO. stung one of tho girls In a party of Ohio motorists. Tho driver tried to kill tho offending insect and lost control of tho car. It upset and tho occupants were thrown piru the top, all "being more or less cut nnd bruised. This happened on Friday tho 13th. A bee Tfiegulato U10 bowels when thoy fall to. move proporly, Herblno Is an admirable bowel regulator. It helps tho liver and stomach and restores a fino feeling of strength and buoyancy. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Co. sonal sunervJsInn slnrtt its fnfnif.tr. Allow no one to deceivft vnn in this. are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and Experiments that trifle with and endanger the hdalth of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Ita age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrlshness arising therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural sleep. The Chlldrea's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A nt 4, GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of A ALWAYS 00 LIQUOR HILLED AS SOAP DISCOVERED Chicago, Oct. 30. Characterized by many of the old "tipplers" as having "a distinct bearish movement on the whisky board of trade," liquor disguised and labeled as soap, coming from Canada, made Its appeart mice hero today, according to federal officials. The liquor said by Imbibers le 4. In vxfrst Over Use For T r f- rr f'T&i Ml 30 Years ! Children Ory The Kind You Have Always Bought CASXORIA 4 Feeding the Bedridden. riiiK liquid food or nicdl-(.ito permit lying on their bnck.i In bed I difficult, oven for ii trained mine. A novel hospital drinking plnss overrnmife thU dlllictiity, Riys Popular Miignxlno. Tlu lower por- timi of the vessel is similar III .shape of On Canvass of 5,154 Editors Shows to mi ordlnury tuniMor. which toppro- Is tills Is n tapering hood, vlded with (in eccentrically plneed. 4.4G6 Communities Against slnntlng opening. If not more thnn Socialistic Experiment. hnlf filled the device enu ho held In a nearly horixnninl position without spilling the contents. PUBLIC OPPOSES A'liiil.i.-r- i GOVTOPEROTONI Mei-hunlc- a JIJl ,BLifl-& . JL - 1 OPPbSITION GROWING ElQhty-seve- How Fish Eat When n cndllMt eats It tnke nn oyster In Its mouth, cracks the shell, the ment, nml ejects the shell. Crnhs crnck the shells of their smaller neighbors nnd suck out their meat. This accounts for the mound of shells The American public Is mora In which nre found beneath the waves. tensely opposed to Government opora And. as further Illustrating the contlon than It was a year ago, according . stnnt destruction coins on In the We will close all open accounts and sell for cash or produce only, from November 15, to about February 1, to the nowspaper editors of the couu- - oceans' depth, It Is said that If a shiptry. Out of 5.1C4 editors replying tosmKs ni sen u win uc lh1921, the time set for winding up our business in this town, preparatory to moving to our new location n questionnaire sent out by the Press fish with the exception of Its metal Service Company of Now York. 4,400, portions. Hopkinsville, Ky. or SP por cent, gave It as their Judgpcoplo of their commument that tbo Simple Explanation. nities were overwhelmingly against Why Is It that Ashes make no disthe Government competing In business turbance when swimming through tho with its own citizens. Is tn 1019 tbo Press Service Compnny water, although there flung a In?rushing This a similar canvass of editors noise when n stone Is conducted Uio on the government operation of rail- Is explained by the fact that, In It Is roads. That questionnaire showed that ' latter case.f,rw1o the Ailing of the cav fntlinr tlinn fill mora S3 per cent of the editors, considered It. ltn lo communities ngnlnst "'Govern- lmpnct, which onuses the noise, where-n- s thcr the body of the fish Is so shnped ment operation of public utilities. Apparently, then, If editors estimate that when It moves through the wnter public opinion accurately,, that opin- It leaves no such cavity behind It and therefore there Is no disturbance. ion In a year, considered by communities, has swung 3 per cent farther away from socialistic experiments. That Busy Stork. Eleven Million Circulation. Elizabeth Is a clever, observing lit- pn The combined circulation of the A 1a f'rl fnw tnnnllio nm n linlit? pers whose editors replied Is 11.428.-- bn)h;,r cnme ,nto ie fmny nml ,t . on, which ...ea..3. uu.uu.j i ,,., cxpla,nctI to hcr int tho usual estimated ratio bo ween clrcula- - j Qn hep nlrth(1 h ,l0D,n!;e1anooS a TIm UUenC,t,H! ' when she was admitted to the room ... wnm . . .,,. Queensware, and everything else in our stock means a substantial saving in this store where merchandise is ' ., cy Is pretty evenly scattered through- 8I"1 ' a large tlnll sitting on n little cop. i sold on a live and let live basis. Where we won't mark up to mark down. Where no deception of UIO .UUUItl) .,U ..lIUWl U.'.u UU. tli. flnnntfv nn strtnalflnrntiln u.... She regarded it attentively for tlon of nny state being unrepresented chair. a moment, then remarked as If to herany kind is practiced. means you actually save 10 PER CENT on every dollar of your purchases. The estimate of opinion based on this thoroughly diffused 44 per cent of the self: "If that stork hasn't been here country's population may, therefore', again !" MONEY IS MUCH EASIER TO MOVE THAN MERCHANDISE. It will be to your interest to supply be considered a fair representntionljof people as a whole. tho your needs here. Pin and Candle Auction. Another feature of the result Is Its Tho many centuries old custom of evident lack of partisan bias. The letting, "Poor Folk's Close" every fifth major political nfllliations of the pa- ' year has ngnln been observed at Old pers represented nro fairly evenly di- Bollngbroke. where Henry IV. wns vided, being 1,85? Republican nnd born In 1300. The biddings cease 1,350 Democratic Thero are also 1,485 when a pin Inserted In a burning can- Independent and 402 miscellaneous, die fnlls. The field, three acres, wns Including labor orgnns, etc. . For about twenty for 12 10-i- . How little the results are affected let years It has not made more than 5. by the politics of the papers Is shown Mall. In tho London Dally In nn analysis by sections. Southern section, for Instance, whore replies came from C3 .Republican "Tempus Fugit." nnd 3S9 Democratic, the perThe . teacher gave 'Margaret some centage against Government optratlon vn'rn nnd cardboard, mid after showing was SS; In tho Great Lake section, her how to work n design, told her to PROTECT AUTO TIRKS Nlth conditions reversed, 473 Repub- fln'sh It at home. When she camp to Kentucky Opposed To throat and it was either pay the high THK.SK WOUI) NKVKIl UK MISSIU): lican and 155 Democratic, the oppo-fc.- . primal the nest dny with the FROM HARD JOLTS prices or do without. Now, when on was 87 per cent. Government Operation work, the teacher asked her why sugar prices are from 10 to 15 cents The customer who biings back tho I.cplies from the West, Middle West she had not finished it : if she had run Ono of the hardest thlug3 for a u. pound, the profiteers are squealing suit which you already hHd altered. r J .Southwest show that It Is a mis- - nut of yarn. "Oh. no," answered ineiventucny puuucis overwneim- - motorist to understand is Uiat a tiro because of their "losaes." Children who- play tag on tho t. ' : to consider thoso sections vastly "I just I'lin'il out of time." favorable to radical Government .agly opposed to radical government lreiuently suffers serlo;id injury w.'.en r counters while the parents are tradOLD AND FAJKOUS WED. .'ih.ients than the East. The rad- ing. J.e- a cuihs.-iissperiraeitts according to th results ! fum tfl n s cm got little comfort out of the v.-,.,,- . R,ams for Using Stone. The "saleslady' who chews gum of a quctionaire on the subject of "E . ;cr cent of thumbs down 2 per Tlle folvst rangers on Mount Rainier Camllle F'ammarion and Anatole ciu.ing business kw, me owner in;eiy :o leal hours and finds timo anove tne average in tne soum hnvo n house on top of (he mountnins th'e moat famous men !o overnmeut operation of Industries mi '.he tiro is defective if some lime France, two of with other salespeople, whilo t, Including Arkansns, Louisiana, built of stoiiCj whereas under usual consnt out to the oditors of thli and later it blows out as a result, of '.he In France, 78 and 76 years old waiting on customers. 7 t'uil, Kansas, Oklahoma and Text. ditions It is the custom to construct have recently entered the ronMuiup. The merchant who allows his show Texas, onrco supposed to be much these building of wood. The prox- the other statea of the country. All the Ingenuity of the skilled tire jtats of connubial bllis. Flamma-rlo- n, windows to get t.i! his aklowalk "'n to Government tegulation ex-- : imity of the stone Mild the scarcity of Lbe 73 editors wno replied, 6S or 91 wlioio fjme as an astronomer rickety, and tho Jiuents, returned !)2 per cent of storrefent faded wood and the dlmVulty of obtaining It per cent aald that the citizens of engineer will never be able to make Is s worldwide, married Mile. replies. Out of the 241 Tho omployee who is oternaJly Is responsible their communities were opposed to a tire that Is comfortable to ride on Renaudot, who collaborated Gabrlelle repljlng from that state' only' from the lower levels with him looking for a row. for this departure. ihe government going Into business rnd at tho same time able to r.taiul In the writing r nee edited Republican papers. Tho of some of his n up under mistreatment of this sort, The employer who thlnsl: no ono-- ' n competition with its (Citizens. 12 per cent opposition of tho North-- 1 works. Anatole Prance, the can do anything right hut hlmsolf. wcr, Including Iowa, Mlnnosota, Mon- The quostlonairo was sent out by J,88?3 ae United States Tire Company. author of A Failure In Life. "Thias" and by many con The merchant who thinks ho Is tho a (irvier wants to bang his tni .t, Nebraska, North Dakota, South tho Pross Service Company of Now fUa A sad story rendu us from Southot Dakota and Wyoming, and the S3 per ' best buyer in town. And west London. It appear that a girl fork City.' While the Inquiry was Jarqund, he will find it more econo.ui- - 'nnrrlod MUo. Rmiim do cfnt veto of tho Far West group, In- of twenty attempted Tho "buslnoss man" who knows ' C(1"!P with oldfashloned. Iron gov- - cal t0 suicide because basod on the general principle Tours, where tho coremony was per- that ndvortlslng Is cluding Arizona, California, Idaho, a wasto of money. A rubber Mus- - tires than with rubber. Nevada. New Moxlco, Oregon, Colo-- , she rcllzed she was too old to write eminent oparation, tho formed, tho aged author received an a- -e Washington, are slg-- 1 either a popular novel or a book of clo Shoals bill now before Congress tiro will stand a great deal; it will ovation from ,tIjo citizens. vado, Utah and Life of cotton duck used for prowas used as a concreto example. Un- delivor thousands of miles ot servlco nhknnt of the prevailing conservative poems. From Punch, London., tecting farm machinery, over rough roads. But it frequontly (sentiment on this question even In sacked corder this bill a government-owne- d Some t'mes when sotklni; a brll- - grain, market fruits, field crops, the moro radical sections, etc., "Why didn't you send your man to poration would power, undergoes internal rupturo when givbo given , liant tho amateur ad writer may bo prolonged and the cloth j Judgment Apparently Unblaced. mado mend my elpctrlc doorbell, as he among other things, to produce at en unduly harsh treatment, such as puts forth a doubio ni'sanlng that moro serviceable by simple mothods Tho questionnaire, closes with a re- promised?" Muscle Shoals various fertilizer pro- boing bumped against a curb. The hurts. Thin for Instance, My oggs of waterproofing and mildew proof- quest for t.;o editor's personal opin"He did go, madam, but as he ducts and sell them In competition breakdown Is not duo to faulty con- can't bo reat."' A ion on certain coucrete cases as fol- rang threo times and got no lng worked out by tho United Statoa to shabby treatment. answer with prlvato manufacturers and deal- struction but Wero thoy a bit thick? lows : Department of Agriculture. '' Trucks equipped with pneumatics - o-f-r. "Do you personally believe thnt the ho concluded that thero was nobody ers. should be ospecially careful to avoid As to tho wisdom of the governFederal Government should own and homo." In its effort to locato missing POLICE POWER. ment adopting this policy toward the .this sort of damage to their tires. A formerly in military operate competitive Industries to' proservice, the Am- -' in backing up to a curb to disFra;ice'8 war orphans comprise fertilizer Industry the editors wore truck vide: (a) Fertilizer? (b) Clothlng7 Mr. Peck Would you mind Corn(c) Automobiles? (d) Farm imple- 2.50 por cent of her total population, asked for tholr personal opliilon. charge a load will often crash into a orican Red Cress Is now cooperat.ng wall the Am. rlcan Legion which also polling mo to move on, ments? (c) Foodstuffs? officer? I'vo The weight of the truck latest government figures reveal. Ot tho 69 editors who gave an opinion curbstone. ha extensive machinery Substantially all the editors who for this boon waiting on this corner for threo ' on. this point, 52 or 75 per cent wore combined with tho tonnage of Its car- vPrk- gave estimates of their readers' opinhour3 for my wife." unqualifiedly opposed to the scheme. go, causes an especially damaging DENTAL NOTICE. ions also expressed tholr own by reblow to tho tiro. Curbstono ruptures The political affiliations of the plying to this last quostlon. Proof of Now Is the time to have your Don-sort in bigpnuomatlcs usually considerable effort to nvold personal work attended to. Winter Is com-ln- g Kenutcky papers whoso editors ans- of this cause tho tire to blow just above tho bias Is found In the fact that In many with rain and snow which makes wered tho quostlonairo wore; Rcpuh-Hcacases the editor dlffored from tho 18; Democratic 41; Indepen- head. opinion he credited to his community. old teoth acho and abscess. Abscess. dent 11 and miscellaneous 3, od Tooth or "Gum Bolls" are danger The percentage of "nos" ran: (a) Muskrat hides, once worth about A summary of tho results ot tho ous. You aro continually swallowing 70; (b) 83; (c) 80; (d) 82; (o) 70. que3tionnn!ro from the rountry at 36 cents, sold for $7.50 at the St. questions were bnsed on this deadly poisoned pus. While the Each general principles Involved In tho nouthful of food carries this infection largo shows that this opposition to Louis fur auction last spring, the Government participating In competi- Into tho stomach. oporatlon is general. United States Department of AgriIt Lowors vitali- government reports In a recent circular. .Muscle ty tive business, tho which invites cancer of the Out of 5154 editors replying, 44CG or culture Shoals Hill now before Cougreso wns Fur buyers say the supply of musk-rSO por cont voted their communities used us a concrete example of a Gov- - mouth, throat and stomach, Diph. against skins in the market is decreasing tho lubposltlou. Tais is an Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, eruuiont operation scheme Under this thoria, Increase of 3 per cent In the opposi at the rate ot 50 per cent n year. corporation Influonza, Typhoid, Drlghts DLseaso, bill a Government-owne- d would be given broad powers to oper- theumntlsm, Anoomla and even death tion as compared wlt'i tho rosults ot SUGAR PROFITS HUGE. ate and develop Government plants frequently results from continually a similar questionnaire sont out by "Tell your mother and properties. It would produce at swallowing pus. Ine Pitss Servlco Company u year ago As full statistics, come to public Muscle Shoals various fertilizer prodA mouth containing decayed teeth in connection wlt,h tho question of ucts and sell them In competition with s notice there will be plain evidence of a poisonous laboratory, which sends turning the railroads back to their producers and merchants In the ferenormous profits piled up by the food, a host of bacteria into tho elementary owners. tilizer busluess. Tli Mpers heard from in the pres- clothing and othor barons as a re will stop that CQUgh, Bill. My Tho strength of the opposition to tract. They multiply rapidly thus sult of the recent orgy of high prices. Goiernment operatlou Is Indicated by gain access to tho lymphatic systom ent poll tire 1557 RepuM can; 1350 The report of mother gives it to me when I get Allegro Suthe Punta tha replies from AiaDama, wnere tne and aro carried to tho distant orcant,. Oomncraticj 1485 Independent and gar Co!, tor the last year shows a surSuoulfc war plant Is and where, Soft spongy ou.y did poMuscle a cough, and you don't hear me and bleeding gums glvo 4ti2 mhcellHiiooun. Not of course, there Is Intense Interest warning of approaching litical bias play no part In the replies plus, after all taxes and charges, of abscesses. coughing all the time." and local pride In getting Its expected Lut sectional difforencra seem lo have $6,700,000, as compared to $1,600,-00- 0 Lady Attondent. operation under vuy at the peace-tim- e the previous year. Yet on all And Johnnie is right, too. effect on he mult. no appre-uablYours respeclfully, earliest possible date. Fifty editors sides we heard cries ot "duo to the T'.us coa b.'iW circulation ot the Get a bottle, now from your DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, from that state replied, of whom 88 war," "Increased cost of labor," whoso editors replied is were opposed to Government' opera Dank Dldg. Rockport, Ky. druggist. vhtch metm a constituency "higher transportation," etc. The tlon, 8 in favor and doubtful, Ofico opens 8:30 a. m., closos 1 IB HOY. N. Y. profiteers had the consumer by the ol al least 4,000,00( readers p. m., promptly. Per Cent In 1p20 Against 83 Pur Cent In 1911 .Think Public Is Opposed to Radicalism. n ai Monday, November 15, 1920 J - be made on our regular prices in every department of this big store from November the 15th on, except Hour and feed. 1ft Pw (Twit RwWfinrB wil1 10 i 1 Per Cent Reduction on Your Clothing, Shoes, Ready-to- Wear, Millinery, Dry Goods, Hats, Caps, Underwear, Silks, Notions, Hosiery, Groceries, Furniture in-order ,,.,, I I It , ' E. P. BARNES! BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. - pa-I-e- ra half-finishe- d Mar-yare- t; d j ainst t- - go-.s- ip .". edl-ten- best-know- ' ... " ',,,,, "t n'8?; I F , ' I & al n, i'I d at Kemp's Balsam , 4 . pr.-pe- rs M " ?