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'Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 22 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, In FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1920. history as ono uniquo in its 'Cannibalism Feared Among Seething Masses On Bosphorus. Constantinople, Nov. 22. Tho condition of tho refugees aboard tho ninety or more ships Boning along tho Bosphorus Is appalling and a terrl-IjI- o catastrophe Is feared unless tho promptest measures aro taken to land tho thousands who aro writhing In misery and pain. Tho correspondent visited several of those 'floating hospitals and mad houses" today and to Bhoro with forobodlngs of None- of tho Impending calamity. refugees have ns yet been taken ashore, excepting tho sick and diseased and tho Insane, tho lattor of whom have been dxtromcly numerous. As tho correspondent rodo across tho Bosphorus an unpleasant smell from tho ships was apparent notwithstanding a strong, cold sea breeze. An Amorlcan relief officer accompa liled him. As soon as tho pair boarded tho ahlps.tho clothing of both was virtualrefuly torn off by gees who begged to be taken to land on tho open hills which border tub ed tlrotv. Archio Hoover, enlisted tho 5th Infantry ovor a year ago, and has been ovor seas about a year. Slnceroly, EDWARD HOOVER, Doohno Camp, Evansvlllo, Ind. r The above communication was recently received from Mr. Hoover, and each of them bolng so well known hero wo take tho liberty of publishing same. "H M inTrnnil Uini! UUU lllUll with HlIl J. W. MARTIN SUCCUMBS John W. Martin died at his homo ed ter being in 111 health for a number of years. Burial or tho remains iook place Wednesday at tho Wilson burying grounds, near Green River, fun-or- al services were conducted by Rev. H. n Nnnl nf Morcantown. The deceased Mr. Martin was an TTinkci,unr having srvn,i .in the W..WM WW.U.W., .....D -- ..war of 5 and at ono tlmo was a member of tho Kentucky State Sen-at- o, having represented tho district composed of Butler, Muhlonburg and Ohio Counties. Thriiout his long llfo ho had boon active and had amassed qulto a little fortune, as wealth goes In this section. 61-0- i c BROKE VRIST In Fall Rut J. A. Wilson Is Game and Carries Ills Lender Before Seeking Medical Attention. After falling and breaking his left wrist Just as ho was leaving tho Leader building with an armload of papers, J. A. Wilson, a. student of tho Unlvorslty of Kentucky, delivered his cntlro routo before seeking medical attention. His fall was caused by the Icy sldawalk. Ho then secured a substitute until his injury is healed. Mr. Wilson, whoso home Is Hartford, rooms at 414 Rose Lane. Lexington Leader," Nov. 18. mm EX-OHI- O 'I Men, women and children, regardless of age or sex, aro herded together promiscuously on the ships day and night In a state of appalling filth and ralsory. Many women of distinguished demeanor despite their bedraggled appearance, offored to barter their valuables,' Jewels aud furs for a crust of bread or a glas3 of water. In some cases the refugoos havo been wlthdut water for eleven dpys hoard that Tho correspondent there had been numerous suicides of desperate refugees going Insane during. tho nfght hours. Thoy spoko .of chostly temptation and tho sobbing at night when they call of tho-se- a were dying with thirst. Many of the refugees wore Testrnlnod from jumping overboard but many succeeded. Tho Amorlcan navy is assisting in transporting sick women to hospitals .and tho Near East Itellef also has been Tromlnent In tho work. relief nurses wore moved to tears by maddened m'othors offering their children to visitors and tho scenes of separation havo been beyond description. Tho death rate has been abnormal as tho. result of the biting cold and the lack of food. Tho American Red Cross is offering 3G.000 rations daily and several Americans are offering donations and subscriptions. Tho French government which is In full chargo of tho relief work, is Incapable of dealing with the situation and is appealing to tho Near East Itellef, whoso funds aro limited. The fear was expressed by the. ship's officers that cases of cannibalism would occur unless food supplies are In many cases received promptly. 6ft maddened men they had from slaying children, thoy declared. The American hospital In Stam-boIs crowded to suffocation and tho American Red Cross is giving all Its available medical .supplies. War-"harden- od ul Bosphorus. COUNTIAN WINS IX .OKLAHOMA Mr. G. W. Lewollen of Prices Cha-po- l, adjacent to Salllsaw, Okla., who has been a successful teacher In that stato for the past several years, was elected Treasurer of his County ;it tho November election Just past. The offlco in that state is one of import ance, tho Treasurer Is also tho collector of taxes in addition to being tho custodian of the funds when col lected. Mr. Lowellen's County has been strongly Democratic, yet ho won out by a decided majority, attesting tho high esteem in which ho is held by tho people of his County. Jle was born and roared in Ohio County, near Magan, and has many friends here who will bo pleased to learn of his success. TO GO TO FLORIDA. OHIO COUNTY BOY SERVES IN GERMANY BLACK CAT CLUB i WITH MISS MARKS Dear Editor: I Just received a let-tMiss Mary Marks entertained tho from my brother who Is with the American Forces in Germany, telling Black Cat Club at her home, SaturThe occasion being me that all tho A. P. In Gormany had day afternoon. boon thru a series of maneuvers laeU In honor of her guest, Miss Irene lng eighteen days and In this tlmo Glenrf, of Calhoun. Whllo progres they underwent conditions as aro mot sive Flvo Hundred was being played In actual battle, such as sleeping on tho 'guests were masked, representtho ground, eating emergency rations, ing black cats. Salads were served. hiking all night, and seeking con- Tho occasion was ono of .much pleasure to those present. cealment at daybreak. There was a continual rain and MEN sometimes a driving storm which added to the discomforts of tho Soldiers, If you have an honorable discharge and to tho Veterans of Chateau Thiery, St, Mlhiel, Meuse Argonne, a you are entitled to membership In the vivid remembrance was recalled of American Legion. The fee for new tho old trying days when tho real members is now 3.25 including - Legion button, and for old members task was placed before them. Every phase of tho battle was clev- $3.02. This pays you up to January erly carried out when tho order to 1, 1922 Send your fee along with cease firing was passed down tho line the name of your organization to any many a .weary doughboy dropped his of the following officers of Ohio battlo attitude, heaved a sigh of re- County Post: DR. A. B. RILEY, Commander. lief, thoroughly pleased that tljo task L. G. BARRETT, Vice Com., was' ended, but foiled to see or reaJAMES TATE, Adjutant, lize that ho had taken part in a ml- L. S. IGLEHEART, Treasurer. maneuver that will go down lltarjr or Mr. W. G. Bennett and daughter, Miss Esther, will loave today for Loulsvlle, where they aro to remain until Tuesday, when they havo plan; ned to start for Florida for the pur-- N pose of spending tho winter in.he land of flowers. Mr. .Bennett tas been 111 for Borne tlmo andhas-no- t qulto regained his normal condition, but barring accidents will be able to make the trip. too much In evidence, but neverthe less, nnd notwithstanding that for rEBNST HONOR GUEST. 11 II IllU lorn fact, It was voted 100 per cent ported by Judge GRIND ON JUSTICE derson Murphreo,R. W. Slack, HenPAIR OF GGOO GAMES AT G. 0. P. BANQUET Squlro Leslie Combs, Frank Black, R. Phillips, Berry Rial, Mut Hunter, Tobo Hoover, Lon Smith, Rowan Holbrook and tho Senator-Ele- ct Caneyville And Greenville No Indictments Yet Filed And Others writer. Suffrage was not extended Splendid Business Largely BeVictims In Draw Applause As or allowed to Bud, as it was deem ed doubtful whether tho vote would Contests.- They Speak. fore Judge. be unanimous, had that courtesy been granted unto him, as ho was master nnd a sort pf sentiTho banquet held at tho Y. M. C. A. High School Girls busy Tho Hartford Tho Ohio Circuit Court is nel as the good things disappeared. by the Capitol Republican Club and and Boys' Basket Ball Teams, each in its grind of Justice, while only two to Franklin County Republicans in honaddod another feather to their caps Jury trials have thus far been disposRENFROW PATTON or of R. P. Ernst, of Covington.Unitcd Wednesday night by defeat of tho ed of, yet the number of motions States Senntor-eloc- t, was ono of tho Greenville Girls and Caneyville Boys, made and proceedings had before and Mr. Clarenco Patton and Mrs. Beseach representing their respective by tho Court have been numerous, sie Renfrow were married at the largest affairs of its kind ever given It was an occasion of High Schools. Both games were and qal'e a lot of business transacted. home of Rev. Harper, noar town, last In Frankfort'. lightning fast, well played and full Up to tho time we closed our forms Sunday. Tho now Mrs. Patton for- great rejoicing by tho banqueters of thrills, but for rough stuff pulled yesterday, nt noon, the Grand Jury merly resided here, whoro she has over the Republican landslide, and election of Mr. Ernst to the United tho girls rathor put It on their had not retunsd any Indictments many friends and Mr "Big Brothers." It's a safe bet, that nto open court. Action has been had Patton is a progressive farmer of the States Senate. w,1 usuay complain of girl's In tho following cases as Indicated: Barnett's Creek country, a high class With the exception of tho inaugural George W. Shultz vs. R. L. Sim- - gentleman who has the respect and ceremonies, never before were there eames being too tame, left the court as many Republican loaders at a gathto the liionfc, dismissed. on this occasion satisfied best wishes of a host of friends. ering In this city. Covers were laid R, H. Westerfleiid Vs. FrauN. Robminutest point. Loubel Williams, oe for 250 guests. The banquet was. was the bright- erts, dismissed. Center for Hartfdrd, VEIAX DABNEY held In tho "Y" gymnasium, which Co.-v- s. Acme-Jone- s W. E. Ellis & est star in goal tossing, having mado was beautifully decorated with Amflvo field goals up to tho middle of Bro., On last Saturday, November 20th Ban of FordiVllle 'vs. Jno. M Gra- at the home of Rev. T. T. Frazier, erican flags and roses. The supper the. last quarter, when she was forced to rotiro, on account of receiving a ham, continued. pastor of the Methodist Church In was served from 7 to 8 o'clock, after Flora Howard vs Ohio County Drug Hartford, Mr. Wavy Dabney and Miss which a number of speeches wore deJolt knocking her down, and out, momentarily, tho sh$ soon regained Coi set forward to 7th day, next Frankle Felix wero united In mar- livered. The principal speakers were: Adjt. normalcy. Helen Barnett, forward, Monday. riage. They will make their home on I.!C. Ortkles vs. Broadway Coal Co the farm, and they have tho con- General Jackson Morris; MaJ. ,NoeI also did nice work, garnering four P. Braftey goals and a Uko number of free on trial. gratulations and best wishes of their Gaines; Mrs. Christine throws. In fact the entire team did Ernie Bell vs. Bon Qulgg, Judgment many friends, that their married llfo South; Gov. Edwin P. Morrow and. Als'o splendidly, as djd the visiting 'girls. for Plff. ?50.00. may bo as bright as their wedding Hon. R. P. Ernst, Senator-elec- t. there wero a number of Dennis vs. Maddox, set Jo 8th day. day. Grecmillo Hartford speeches delivered, Hon. Joe Brad-burn Reynolds vs. Curry, set to 8th day. H. Moore H. Barnett F( being Master of Ceremonies. I. H. Barnard admrx. vs. Rockport FARMERS' L. Pannell P E. Pendleton INSTITUTE o Co. set forward to 8th day. Coal C H. Spurlln L. Williams DECEMBER 10 AND 11 EXAMINATION FOR MINE L. A. Adams vs. Rockport Coal Co., M. Morgan G A. Plrtle 'FOREMAN AND FIRE BOSS set forward tp 8th day. G R. Brooks K. Dodson Plans have been perfected by C. P. Keown vs John Meadows, Points: Barnett 4 froe throws and Editor Republican: Will you kindly .which Ohio County Farmers are to be to 5th day, 4 field goals; Williams 5 field goals. set forward given a two daj;'s Institute, at Hart-fpr- ly publish that tho board of examiSpurlln 2 field goals, Moore 2, PanDecember 10th and 11th. These ners will meet December 20th for HOG 7 MONTHS OLD nell 2. The latter two also caged NETTED 210 POUNDS Institutes aro similar to the Farm three days at the Mining Department ono freo throw each. ers Chautauquas which have been of the, University, of Kentucky, LexSallye Shults rolloved Williams n Mr. Thad Barnard, of Routo 2, previously held in the County at va ington, to examine applicants for tho last half pf tho last quarter and. mlno foreman and fire boss certifiHartford, butchered a hog thl3 week rious points. Bcssio Clark was also on the bench A splendid corps of lecturers and cates. that was exactly seven months old, as a Hartford Sub., whllo Marjory Ke-v- il A feo of $2.50 will be collected durweighing, net 210 pounds. This pig scientific demonstrators havo been se and Ruth Gr.een were In reserve with others, ate nothing, or at least lected and assigned to this meeting, ing the examination. for Greenville. L. BLENKINSOPP, was given nothing to eat, thru the and It goes without saying that all Referee, Bratcher, of Caneyville. Chief Inspector of Minos. entire summer, other than skimmed who attend will be amply repaid for mm refuse. The hog any sacrifice they may make in so doCaneyville suffered its first defeat milk and kitchen FIRE ALARM SOUNDED was of tho Blrkshlre and Duroc ing. More detailed information will of the year In their loss Wednesday crossed. When a member of be gven next week. night, due perhaps to the breaking strains, mm equals the weight of A destructive fire was narrowly-averte- d up of almost every atempt at passing the swine herd FAIR VIEW. 210 pounds at the age of, seven early yesterday1 morning at and dribbling. Hartford appeared to months, the home of Dr. J. R. Plrtle, It's a sure sign that ho was be master of the situation, after tho Mrs. Louisa Wright is with her "some" hog. so6t or sparks ignited tho first ten minutes of play. No scorson, E. W. Wright, to spend the win root of his residence. Discovery ot mm ing was done by either squad, to ter. LADIES SOCIAL CLUB the burning' roof was made and tho speak of, up to that time. Virgil Mrs. Connie Day, of Sulphur alarm given by some ono In passing--. WITH MRS. R. HOLBROOK Crowe was tho chief point maker, Springs, spent Sunday with Mr. and The blaze was soon extinguished with, having found the basket for 7 field Holbrook. entertained Mrs. Otha Daniel. Mrs. Rowan but Utle damage, as only" a small tosses. It was a splendid exhibition (Mrs. Marllda Rlcheson, of Owens- space was burned. tho Ladles Soclnl Club at her home all standpoints, tho best 'per- Tuesday from afternoon In a pleasant boro, who has been spending a few haps evor staged here. Line up: meeting. A number of games were weelcs with relatives of this place, ex- LADIES TO GIVE Byers V. Crowo F enjoyed and a delicious lunch serv- pects tjO return to her home in a few BAZAAR NOV. 30 Taylor B. Ellis F ed. Only two, of the entire mem days. O Robertson Washburn bership wore absent from this meet Mrs. Lula Schroader and little son, The Ladles of the local M. E, G Burden D. Williams Mrs. Lena Lee and children, Mrs. Church will glvo ing. a Bazaar and dinEmbry G E. Bartlett -- i Marllda Rlcheson and Llnnle Ash-for- d ner at the church basement Nov. .30. spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs, Quite a lot of nice and Scores: field goals, Crpwe 7; Ellis LIVIA, ROUTE 2. useful articles Druie Griffin. 1; obertson 2; Williams 3; free are expected to be on display for sale We received news today that the and a splendid dinner will be serv throws Ellis 7; Byers, 3; Taylor, 1;, Rev. J. C. Craig filed his regular Washburn, 2; free throws,, Taylor, appointment at Mt. Carmel Saturday remains of Mrs. John Hlnes, of Crom- ed. The public generally, Is Invited, well, who died the 21st, would be to assist in this worthy" Washburn, Burden, one each. and Sunday. effort which, to Mt. Vernon burying is annually put forth by the good Subs: Hartford, M. Rhoads, H. Mr. and Mrs. Elmqr Maddox, of brought Porter; Caneyville, Milan. .Referees Llvla, spent Saturday nlght.and Sun- ground to be buried tomorrow, the ladles of the M. E. Church. Bratcher, of Caneyville and Foreman, day with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Blair 22nd. . The prayer meeting at High View, of Hartford. Mr. Will Thomasson and family, HARTFORD QUINTETTE Is still progressing nicely, had a large of Owensboro, spent Sunday with Mr. DEFEATS WHITESVILLE CUMMINGS DEVER attendance' Saturday night and SunR. C. Hudson and 'family. day. Mr. Qeorgo WIgglnton and family, Hartford defeated the Whltesvlllc Mr. George. Cummings and Mrs of Renfrow, attended church here Mrs. Louisa Wright has received High School Basket Ball quintette; were united In mar- Sunday, and dined with Mr. and Mrs. news from her grandchildren, Mr. and Nannie Dever Saturday night on the court of-- the riage Thursday at 3 o'clock P. M Simon WIgglnton .and family. Mrs. Sherman Ashby, of Owonsboro, baby, fought contest by the score of 23 to by tho Rev. GUIett, at the homo of Mr. Several from hero attended the of the arrival of their new former in a decisive although hard-- 9. and Mrs. Virgil Renfrow, RenfroW Memorial services at Pleasant Ridge christened Annie May. The Whitesvllle boys had conceremony Sunday evening. Hill, Dundee, Ky. After the The Stork visited Mr. and Mrs. they were driven to the home of Mr. Mr. A. G. Hlnes is very 111 with lung Otha Daniel, November 1st, leaving siderable advantage In weight, but boys more thin made up Cummings where friends had prepar trouble. a fine baby boy, christened Cermal the home the dlference In speed and accuracy. ed a sumptuous supper for them. 'Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bell have Lee. Following was the line up; 'Mr. and Mrs. Cummings are highly moved to Owensboro. Whltcsvlllo Hartford esteemed citizens of Dundee and we THANKSGIVING SERVICE Mrs. Abble Blair, who has been Crowe Brooks F Union Thanksgiving Servlco was wish them many years of happy com- suffering with a broken ankle, is Staples F panionship. at the M, E. Church yesterday at Ellis held slowly improving. C Kelloy Robertson A FRIEND. Mr. Homer Turner went to Clear 10:30 a. m. Rev. T. T. Frazier deG Lefier mm livered the sermon to a good size Williams Run Sunday. O Chambers Bartlett LICENSES MARRIAGE Mr. Vernon Underwood, of Llvla, audience. The Church was approSubs for WhltesvHle Stewart and the occasion spent Sunday with Mrs. Abble Blair. priately decorated for V. Chambers; Hartford Rhoads.. Clarence Patton, Hartford, Route Mrs. Mattle Wells, of Utlca, is and barring the fact that the temHartford, field goals: Crowe El5, to Bessie Renfrow, Hartford. was about visiting her daughtor, Mrs. Oscar perature in the church lis 3; Williams 1. From tree throws Lu- B. F. Burden, Beaver Djim, to two or three dozen degrees too low Turner. Kolley 2, Ellis 11. Whitesvllle: rena Duv&ll, Beaver Dam. the meeting was a perfect success. Brooks 2; goals from tree throws: Matthew Coleman, Prentiss, to A RARE FEAST Brooks 1, Staples 4. Referee Harry BRITAIN VIRTUALLY Myrtle Felty, Prentiss. i RECOGNIZES SOVIET May. Wavy Dabney, Hartford, to Fran- A rare feast was partaken of at the ' i homo of "Bud" Yeiser, Wednesday kle Felix, Hartford. ' RESTAURANT Washington, Nov. 20 In the view Roy Fentress, Narrows, to Baulah night when a great pan of Juicy birds, rich gravy Juat slightly brown- of State Department officials virtual Smith, Narrows. Have purchased Minton's Restau L. A. Pierce, Fordsvllle, to Luqre-tl- a ed, with side trimmings, corn bread de facto recognition of the Russian is oxtonded by rant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris and other kinds too, but my, my! Soviet government A. Mpxley, Fordsvllle. O. O. Shultz, Detroit. Mich., to Car- That corn .bread was the sort such Great Britain in the proposed trade Garage. Will serve hot lunches at as can only be made by the "Bud" agreement betwdbn the two countries. all hours. Nice line fresh groceries. rie Elliott, Beaver Dam. 'appreciated.," WHbert R. Wells, Fordsvllle, to method. Of course this doggon, A copy of the agreement has b'een re-- ( Your patronage will be ARTHUR LHACH. 20tf newfangled Volstead limitation was cived at the department. Elizabeth Carden, Hartford. WIWQ CIRCUIT COURT IN ef well-wishe- rs. flve-mlnu- te -- d, when-burnin- , - ', juuiJiiiuujwiiiWJi wmmisimsmmmmmmfm i. r I i C 'i i delegates and nttaclios have earned GREEKS TO VOTE everybody''! icspeot. Their chief Is lb i ' i e, Wellington Koo, ninny yeri Chinese UPON KINGSHIP AROUSE SUSPICION minister at Washington and a man of great ability. No Honor To Koo Einr? Chinese. Koo's election as vlca chairman of Camels iLeague.Assembly At Sea, As Committee Numbor Ono of thn As- Ballots To Decide Whether Constantine Returns To sembly, which Is to do.d with 'nanv To Selfish Ends mil I I i I iLji fOfXSBBStKt II jmm JA lUMll matters, was a """"HIHKnTKjJflfflSHHH v highly Important Throne. jOf Japan. quality plus Camels grout cuniitllmont to him nml to the Chinese people. of choice ' It la significant that no Japnneso Paris, Nov. 20 Former King Conchoice Domestic tobaccos cncva,'Nov. 20. An International was elected either chairman or vice military force, with nn International chairman of one of the six commit-tea- s. stantino of Greece nnd tho roal famwonderful cigarette smoke you ily havo been formally invited to rerstalt was proposed to tho assembly Each -- I the other three of tho ever drew into your oX the League of Nations today by four groat rnwors and three of tho turn to Greece by Premier l'lialll3, successor to Venlzelos, tho French Senator Henri La Fontaine, of the small powirs got n chairmanship, to Foreign Office announced tonight. .SJelKl&n .delegation. Count lsh'I, a Japanese got one to lhe Invitation Is interpreted ns La Fontaine had somewhat t0 for clml.man of 01,(J of the ccm. moaning Constantine will soon re- 3taUul the assembly by declaring mlttees. puff-hy-pu-f f Chinese newspauen the NS iJiat Urn world was not yet ready for per men hoard of Koo's election and sumo the throne. Tho Greek Cham ber of Deputies will meet Thurs jay to tfiismmnment. Ishll's oau vote they were wild with JBejiroposed that tho armaments Joy. Thcv declared that Ishll voted deri4e the question of restoration Camels have mild mellowness o Athens, Nov Greek peo.sxid armies bo composed In an Inter for himsolJ and that when the cato you jaxXitmril Jorco 'with an International bled this to China the whole nation ple will vote Novomber 28 on tho it is delightful. is as question of tho return of to bo used "hi tho cause would glm lchll the laugh. 4aJX, "body" is desirable Yet, Constantine to the throne. The cabr rteht" in such a case as arose Le;iuuf Assembly Warned. decided fpr a plebiscite on inet hns situation of Jtaaaa 'the .present Genosra, !c. 30 Aitho tho United this question on tho dato named. wLrmcnla. States 13 not represented by 'i dole-gaConstantino has cabled to the govCos ova, "Nov. 20 Tho first formal in the assembly of the League of IndtJng toward the revision of Nations, there Is hardly a session in ernment that he will await the result Camels leave no cigaretty cCrj of- - tho plebiscite before returning to tghn .covenant of .the League of N- which nor cigaretty odorl tho United States Is not refer ations vras taken by the assembly of red to in some manner. The United Greece. Your say-s- o Camels will be: I'npulni Fervor Dying otbe 7cagoo at today's session. The States today had a volunteer spokes BLEND a m- t iv i ymiiim Athens, Nov. 20. Enthusiasm ovaDaJjSh of foreign affairs, H. man on speakers' stand In Newton the My, er the prospective return of former jIL. CPaa Karnabeek, Introduced a reso-nllu- n W. Rowell, of tho Canadian delegaKing Constantine seemed to be dying lor reconsideration of Article tion, who warned tho assembly Cmh aro told everywhere In scientifically aeahd ZfWamLnkamWaaaWwtfTVj!' packatta of 30 iiarrtten; or Ian paekatea 300 JXiaodlinvlng to do with the rcglstra-rtSonj- against any policy Involving down In Athens today, nltho the topic cigarette) in c gUsatnepaperoviert'd carton, Iva Jnter- - of the dynasty Is virtually tho only etronflyncofamrndthltccrton for the homo or oOica treaties. VSmfKm iUiiH ference in tho internal affairs of any CBPpIyorwhanjrcutra aaWWWr aaWWt one on 'the tongues of the people and 4tl5y H. X. Rickey.) country. R. J. REYNOLZJ 1C2ACC0 CO. with by the press. Tho capital atWWWWW T Geneva, Switzerland, Nov. 20. 'Canada," said Mr. Rowell, "will dealtevening presented a gloomy picWimton-SalcN. C, j3Br A dfliiiBBHttkv this "Qmj Japanese came to this first ses- - novor consent to any such InterfersiRain was falling and the ence. You can not expect the great ture. ttsian ol the League of Nations country to tho south of Canada to be- lence of the streot crowds seemed to with tho evident idea of popua sreat Impression. They have come a party to tho league If there indicate a sobering down of the lar fervor with the propagandists for sniwcalnd, that not In tho way that Is any pretension that tho league can Constantine unablo, temporarily at interfere In Its Internal affairs." Mr. Impression created Is that, of Rowell was replying to a remark by least, to rovlve tho fires of enthuXhc aiOQ She tOntegatlons, the Japanese Senator La Fontaine, of Belgium, that siasm. Meanwhile, news Is being awaited Ijo under the moat general no country should have the right to is :tn as to tho attitude of the French and 5agiMan rrs to Us motive. ' This is monopolize the raw materials It proBritish governments and also as to S3.4k tcsnrase of any action taken up duces. will atthe reports that the sabvaasv rtmt .because of the quite present to to tempt to reach Greece and prepared Irregular bowel movements lead the Japs are accomplished fact of his flSxtaralsD wery enibarrasslng questions chronic constipation and a constipat- tho allies the restoration. impuri'srSudh might cause discussion in tho ed habit fills the system with This morning French Minister M. amaBaVahWBBaaTQanwa&amaVEkmB3aWemt3BBaaammaamaBMBamaammmmmm J&xtsjlbly before the Assembly is old ties. HERBINE is c. great bowel do Billy, when calling upon Premier Tho sugar equalization New Orleans to Panama, whero tho Germany." azrorssh to absorb any sort of shock. regulator. It purifies the system, IBaaclly what the Japanese are up vitalize? the blood andputs the dl- - Rhallls, saw In the reception room a BIG 4 ENGINEER first stage In Mr. Harding's vacation board, which had power to act until ConDecember 31 of this year Is thus trip will bo reached. students of gestlvo organs In fine, vigorous con- - huge, newly hung portrait of in tho uniform of a field Except for tho light rain and mod- abolished. OUT WITH FACTS -- aswmese diplomatic policy aro unablo dltlon. Tho need for licenses for Price COc. Sold by Ohio stantino do Billy told tho pres 3t5rE out. m marshal. M. erate wind which practically always tho Importation, manufacture, storBut all are agreed County .Drug Co. mier sharply that It was a mistake to Is expected in tho neighborhood of the age and distribution of sugar is also HCialtttiair attempt to take and hold believe the allies would permit the favor- nil persons Yucatan Channol baw2Ttfor of the stage at Geneva Is Says Tanlac Soon Brought cd tho distinguishedfair weather and ho romoved nnd of sugar mayengaged in return of the former king. passenger now carry tho handling lysxx wl 7i carefully devised plan, by LODGE HAS PRAISE election 5hb Japanese, to accomplish some FOR HARDING POLICY yetThe results of tho anounced.haveItnot Back His Old Time Health spent most of tho day on deck walk-.o- n ! their business ns they wish is been officially lng, reading nnd playing ship games. asvllfcth And Energy Feels predicted in some political quarters .Mrs. naming remained in tier 'The Jnps Storm Genera. View That U. S. Can Be aiade Voices Fine Now. that any chance for a Vonizelist maBtateroom during today on ndvlco of. Strong Force For Peace "TOs. estimated that the Japanese jority will be nullified by a decision Jajtraa two or three times as many her physician. It was explained sho Interests. not to count the votes cast In Thrac? was not 111, nnd that her appetite any other nation Wtmtle liere as has nnd also those of the army. 'vlis xi'JdiUon to the three delegates One of the most noteworthy fea- continued good, sho was just in need 20 With President Boston, Nov. Queen Mother Olga has issued a "w"2w alt in the assembly they have Wilson's League of Nations dead so tures In connection with tho intro- of rest after the excitement of tho message to' tho people announcing er Ihoms JT minor officials and far as the United States is concerned, that she was assuming the regency duction and sale of Tanlac thruout campaign, tho trying Texas experiuDTrespondents from every se,c-j- by the verdict of the great tribunal of America Is the very large number of ences and tho almost overwhelming joI Japan. Of course every one his people, it is for the administration "in the absence of my railroad men who have been benefited welcome accorded the party In New Qrleans. by its use. laSTitE latter Js under direct influence of President Harding and his sup- son, Constantine." The Parlsralna left the Gulf of s'overnment and part of the porters in the House and Senate to Prominent department officials, green jcaurjil Japanese plan, whatever It bring about some arrangement with conductors, engineers, office clerks Mexico, and went Into tho "Afler the blrlh of my We offer One xaxj other nations for the promotion of the for any case of Hundred Dollars Reward and, In fact, men representing prac- waters of the Yucatan Channl with Catqrrh that cannot be tically every branch of tho service, its baby I had a back-set- ," s, choppy winds' and Soziznese from everywhere, in fact world's peace without incurring dan cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. wrlles Mrs. Mattle Cross-whit- e, Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken have reported that they have used occasional rains, about noon today, tStes Save quite taken possession of gers to our Independence and our con by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiv- e tins city. Tanlac with the most surprising and passing close to tho western tip of of Glade Spring, system of government, s.i!d stitutional years, and has become known as the Besides tho hotel which they Cuba. In tho afternoon real tropiVa. Senator Lodge In a speech before the most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's gratifying results. "I was very ill; Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on (occupy as their headquarters, Roosevelt Club here tonight. One of the latest to testify Is E. II. cal heat was encountered nnd most thought I was going to the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Pol-so- n Bowley, Eighth and Elborne Apart- of thoso aboard changed to duck and ssKCir wither hotel accommodates a from the Blood and healing the dis"The responsibility Is very great," die. ! was so weak I nzssxitjEr of them. ments, In Prince Hill, Cincinanti.'Mr. linen npparol. he continued, "but we do not shrink eased portions. After you have talten Hall's Catarrh Bowley has been In the service of tho couldn't raise my head to JJi'Cjy building that houses a A picturo show featured tho night's from it." Medicine for a short time you will see a get a drink of water. I ?reat Improvement In your general Big Four railroad as engineer for, entertainment program. displays a Japanese flag, He said the American people, while health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medithe biggest flag on the bulld- - as' earnest in advancing the cause of cine at onco and get rid of catarrh. Send forty years and has been on his pres took . . ,. medicine, yet I for testimonials, free. passengers bo ent run pulling peace as any in the world, had shown didn't get any better. I F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. G. O. P. VICTORY COST HIM $.1. Quia vy uji urysKisiB, toe. char-'x- ar tween Cincinnati and Chicago for tho .'Jtntomoblles under Japanese by their votes that they could best was constipated and very a past twelve yeasfs. Ho is also n, for the duration of the confer- - serve the cause by remaining masters Willie Jackson, resident of Washweak, getting worse and SAFETV COUNCIL LISTS Commandary Mason and an active ington city, a gentleman of color and .fixxrj) each one flying at least one of their own fato. worse. IscntforCarduI." "SIXS" OF MOTORISTS momber of the Knights of Pythias, fflag, fairly block traffic at yet a Democrat, tried to evado tho efSenator Lodge, who Is chairman of csstgestcd points. and is popular with all who know fects of the Republican lnndslldo by the Senate Committee on Foreign ReCleveland, 0., Nov. 20 The Cleve- htm. Mr. Bowley, in relating his exTAKE vOdd can not walk a block or step lations, prefaced his remarks on the "drowning 'his sorrow in "forbidden Sdjuo a "ca'f o without meeting one or a league by saying that 'he was speaking land Council has made a list of IS perience with Tanlac, said: fruit Juice." After his arrest for "I never thought of letting my Siwnp of correctly dressed sphinx-.3ar- merely as a Republican basing his deadly sins that motorists have been known to commit in violating traffic name be used in connection with a drunkenness he declared to tho court IHtle brown men who have opinions entirely on the declarations that ho was a Democrat and asked the nrr.E lalf way around the world for of the party and the policies "so well ordinances. These are furnishedauto medicine, but Tanlac has helped mo thavJudge whether ho was likewise a new citizens' police to report "XSKsae jpurposo which obviously can and clearly outlined by the party's and I consider It well worth recom- Democrat. Upon receiving a negaba explained by their deslro to candidate Senator Harding in "bis drivers who are seen breaking the mending to anyone suffering from tive reply Jackson said: "Well, you rules of the road. n constomach trouble and a flaxfiair world peace, campaign speeches." can't understand I took that The eighteen sins aro: dition. rit 'least, If this Is their only pur-TjiRepublican party in its plat"The drink to drown my sorrow and I got Drove on wrong side of streot. jso one here gives them credit. form,"' he continued, "declared Its "For somo tlmo past my appotlte forgettln'ly drunk." Willie was givtn. Created hazard by excessive speed. has been very poor and I have sufKluoracrs AVhut They're Up To! policy to be the establishment of an en his choice of a .$5 flno or five days Recklessly drovo in front of mov- fered a great deal from indigestion. 'Obi explanation is that their arrangement or agreement with for on tho lnsldo of a government institun I was in a badly condition tion. to tho League of Nations on eign powers for the promotion of the ing street car or other vehicle. "I found after one botRecklessly passed street car while and had that tired feeling all the Equality with tho white races lias world's peace. They condemned the at e.- tle of Cardul I was imArose lo their heads and affected covenant of the league brought from taking on or discharging passengers. time: NAVY TO SELL VESSELS. proving," adds Mrs. Passed street car to left. 'Well, what I needed was just an EacnVIn tho same way that newly Paris by Mr. Wilson and approved the Crosswhite. "Six botIn front of approaching all 'round building up and Tanlac Pulled often affects the white action of the Senate in opposing It. The government has placed on the tles of Cardul and street car or other vohlcje. I xnaaz. has dono that very thing. My ap-tlMr. Cox declared that he was ready market five old warships and 25 miszone. Drove thru safety was cured, yes, I can say Is so keen that I can hardly eat Aaothor is that by this great to go into tho league formed by Mr, Did not slow up near pedestrian or onough to satisfy roe and I can cat cellaneous vessola for which tho navy hope to Impress all the oth- - Wilson and submitted by him to the they were a Ood-sen- d to department has no further uso. All wriifeicljc peoples with their inten-itjo- u Senate. Senator Harding declared vehicle at crossing. what I want without feeling a touch money me. I believe I would received from tho salo will bo Slow moving vehicle failed to keep of indigestion, I no longer have that to dominate tho Far East. that he was opposed to going Into ns have died, had it not been over close to curb as possible. A. ware widely hold view Is that the that league. tired, worn out feeling nnd am en- - turnedas a to the treasury departHis issue was as plain ment refund for war expendi for Cardul." Cardul has Passed another vehicle to right. Joying my usual good health and en-'- JTananoise aro determined that noth-Sc- tc as any Issue could bo and the people been found beneficial In Failed to signal chango of direction ergy. I havo found Tanlac unusually tures. The vessels aro expected to iiiull be dono by tho assembly to pie by a majority In tho neighborbring In $1,000,000. many thousands of other fmrcnj Unantung back to China, and hood of seven millions, approved the when slowing down or stopping. line and am glad to give It my hearm9 Started from curb Into traffic with- ty endorsement." cases of womanly trouadnrc SI this question Is raised tn the attitude and the action of Mr. Hard out notice. Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr, tastteagib'. rather than have any ing and of tho Republican party." bles. If you feel the need Did not sound horn or slow dovn L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by It. T. FOR FLETCHER'S try to biuak up thoy w'll of a godd, strengthenwhen nearing crossing or curb with Taylor, Jr.; and In McIIenry by S. & show "by Introducing (ho surgeons agrco that In cases of ing tonic, why not try obstructed view. J. Tichenor. Advertisement. of race equality. Cuts, Durns, Drulses and Wounds the Cardul? It may bo Just Cut corner. m possible, but not likely, that First Treatment Is most Important. 'ttOs SUGAR RESTRICTIONS REMOVED Driver continues on after accident ' what you need. VchnOna'aiieso are prepared to initiate When an efficient antiseptic Is appli IIAHDI.NG SHIP HITS Front or roar lights out. of raco equality if they ed promptly, thoro Is no danger of Whvsiiblect TROPICAL WEATHER President Wilson relinquished one Glaring headlights. f,;et tlmtchance, whether or not the Infection and tho wuond begins to of his many powers when ho Issued a All plainly-vlslblFront or rear license not aSimiltuiig question comcj up. heal at once. For uso on man or On board Steamship Parlsmlna, proclamation offoctive Nov. 15, reor missing. li'xruiftrast with tho attitude of the boast, Dorozono is the Ideal AntisepNov, 20 Sailing thru a quiet sea the moving restrictions on the handling arapttuese.Uho attitude of the Chinese tic and Healing Agent. Duy It now stoamer Parlsmlna with President- of. sugar. The prestdent states: "A iis jncrPuBiUK. VQ8 iauer arc us and be ready for nn emergency. Price elect Warren G, Harding and his par- changed situation has been brought jnde3taTjUvuBKS8umlng as the former 25c, 50c; $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by FOR FLETCHER'S ty aboard tonight approached the about by tho present armistice In tho dKcJiold.ahdjaiTOsattt. The Chinese Ohio County Drug Co. halt-wa- y m mark In her voyage from war between the United States and f J rar T GENEVA No sir-e- bob! premiums with all quality! MMM CAMELS Turkish and pass out the most mouth! -- Saor statement is the world! new And, the ffc. tB Camels with any cigarette in way compare prove that 2i.--Th- a as that ex-Ki- te 9 X wHfiiHhfc! all there! that They are always refreshing they never tire your taste. unpleasant unpleasant about but that's a great cigarette'. aftertaste KMHmiuja liitH M WE. o! WKKKnKF jlug W la I cre-t43- -- i er ttooinoen-fheiest-informe- pin-pose. fy news-aroca- 5 aa well-belov- ed ir How's This? Was Very Weak 5 3 -- cross-currnt- al-vr- O ' mt CARDUI TheWomans Ionic run-dow- ll. run-dow- at te ... Casto ria Children Ory o Children Ory CAS TJO R A - S krail Druggists S JAPANESE RESENT ALIEN LAND LAW j .: The Thanksgiving, ? HAS BEEN CHANGE OJdtimcr Talks of Past Thanks-giving Engage Best Legal Talent And Promise Fight To Last Ditch. I C. Dolson. 'Work of tho harvest ended, Now, ns tho year grows old. Granaries overflowing, Full as the bins can hold. By Eugene FARMERS' asssssl SisJS Dayc Thinks Religious Character of C1 bratlon Not So Generally Dwelt On as It Was Grandma's Pies. "Thnnksglvlng weather may be the It always hns been," salfl the young-lookinman. "Jly own recollection Is thru I used to go fikntlng nlmost every year on that dny, but the weather bureau Insists that tho cllnmtc bos not changed nnd 1 i don't dispute tho .point. "Hut one thing I'm sure of 'Thanks, giving day Is not generally celebrated now ns- It used to he when I was n boy. For ono thing, I dori't believe tunny people bnve fnmlly prayers on thnt day, or any other, for thnt mnt ter, but CO years ngo It was n very irreligious fnmlly 'Indeed Who did not Bnnio ns grny-balreg b s Pe.ico and Unch has Thanks to Opulenco plenty surround ot a bounteous share; tho fertile farmlands, everywhere. t San Francisco, Nov. 2P Tho of .California, hnvlirK by overBrothers, Once more unite!, whelming majority directed tho Legllrotliers far away. islature to pass a. more rigid rntl-nllc- n 1 .Each of us from remembers yet oncrnnch-monlI This our ThnnkHBlvJnB .Dayl land daw to prevent 1910, Weitern Newpir Union.) tif Japanese, are now proparlng to withstand a dotermlnrd attempt at nullirirntlon thru tho supremo courts WITH THE DAY'S WORK DONE of ihostnto and nation. Scarcely had tno xaturnB boon Thanksgiving Day May Be' Likened to counUil boforo various Jnpancwo orthe Beginning of a and ganizations announced their Intention Pleasant Evening; of starting court nction to trat tho An ench Thnnksglvlng day ap legality of tho new law. proached It becomes more nnd mora o Meetings aro scheduled by tho apparent to those who aro In tho habit Jxcliislpn League with mom of meditating upon affairs In general congressional dol- - that the pplrlt of the occasion, Is one bers of California's cgatlon. Immediately following this .to Inspire Individual sensation, and gathering tho cxccutlro conimlttco of thnt expression of that sensation falls the Japnneso Association of 'America short of the mark. Tlioro Is In the Thanksgiving season will meet horo, ropreuentlng QOO.000 a sort of beYilgu pause to the energies Japanese in tho West. year, n subconsciousness of At this latter moisting n tdcflnlto of tho granaries and of hayj packed In prngrnm of nction will bo laid. Tho filled tho barn loft, the cnttle crunching in Japatieso will not enly itttenjpt to the stalls, and the drapery of the trees "cut thru" tho effectiveness of' tho laid by for the approaching- winter. It new lnw. limiting Jopnncso Imnd oc- Is the twilight of the year; the chores cupancy In California to thoso now nro done and tho men folks come on tho land, but train now on will stamping nt the doorstep. Tho dinner campaten wa,gn a dotermlnofl at is steaming on the tablo nnd soon, tho Washington for tho jassago unfavor- food eaten, o will settle down for tho long evening. able nntlonnl legislation. It hns been a blKdny.Thcman folks Fighting tho Japmcso at ovory hnvc finished a mighty harvest In Eu turn, the Exclusion League, thru rope nnd como home. We glvo thanks their lender. Senator'Jnmes 1). Phe-la- n, for those that come home because they legislation nt nro the living symbols of the nation's will jintroduco Washington placing Jnpnncso defi courage; and for those that will not nitely within tho f'barred zone" now "come again save In the spirit, for they hnvc been transflgnrediJn the flame of excluding tCll other Aslactlcs. the great conflict. Oakland, :fdre- John P. Irish, of And there will be orrnthnnks for the niost whito champion of tho Japan stout hearts of Amerlcnn mothers who ese cause, has announced that as soon boro In silence and fortitude the bur as the law hus been proclaimed by'lho dens of their ngonlcs; for these nro tho secretary of state, ho vHJ lease raomo symbols of the nations devotion to of his property noar Stockton to n pure Ideals. Japancso and havo tho lease recorded. HIS THANKSGIVJNG WISH Thli will bo ttho beginning of an action to test 'Jtho legnllty of tho lnw. Provision (Of Treaty Involved OtLor case will be thrown Into court Jmmedltcifely . by other Jajmuoso , ., -. organizations mi America, u is ru-- n i huge amount of ported that moneyhas been, raised by the Japanese anil that tlio highest legal talent 111 bo employed. In the nation V Tho cn80 of lLrSumlds-- , brought fly tho ntterney gsmjral of Callfornlu In tho Vlsa.Ha County Courts, to test tho 1913 law, will ho fought thru the ourts. X'ntll those two highest cases have been docldod no action ro-pl- o B Thanks to tho sturdy toltof. Answering duty's call; Thanks to the gracious dlvtr. Infinite Lord of alt (. SBBS, PJI RBSI s HBS BHBS sjsbjb AT ng Jnp-nnos- tsZ& BSBBB4 COURT HOUSE vffBST OiWiLiTWV Saturday. Nov. HARTFORD, KY. . -- - At 1:00 P. M.. lllliil MIR )iii I'lilitiiTMrJPJE'JMBBBBBBBSBBBBS'iM Like Grandma 'Used to Make, hold a special Thanksgiving sorvlco tilts w?W Wit I fuel-pile- WiP JKCIll bo iakon dlwctly against the Boy Jenny, I'd like to no round Initiative law. dead wld dat whole turkey In mo lin-- ; Another action Is '.to bo started for a stummlck mediately by the 5Now World, a itombstouo an' dot bill o' fare pubrJapanesos language newspaper lished here, for an injunction to pro-- . Thanksgiving Time, .rvont the application of tho now law, ..on tho grounds that It does not menWhn brimming barns reward the work tion tho Japnncso. filled year. and bins brine ttadoor Tho fight will bo around tho two When cheer. phrases, "aliens who aro eligible to When Ilfo and health bare duns toithoso wo lovo. cltlzonshlp" nud " aliens who aro not ollglblo to cltixonshlp," it being con- The normal ahuman heart will look ,oiovo And thank blessed Source for what Ho .THANKSGIVING AT ITS. IB EST are vaguo and sends tended thnt In baskdt, .store nd Intercourse iittth Indefinable friends. City Soys and Girls Don't Make as Th) New Wttrid has sent out an Mjuch of the Day .as Do Tholr year our cation's appeal to ovory Japanese to stand When tbcoueli ancther Country Cousins. soul ready to assist In tho "Valiant battle Him .triumphed thoush the 4 madly roll: The joys of Tlinnksglvkig are not In a righteous war." When In ur lives still live the patriot partaken in tho fullness thereof by The association will not avnlt tho (Ires of the conference now.rundor To fan the vhleb each loyal heart aspires; mnny city iboys and girls. They simresult When we I1 unashamed can fooe the ply know that it Is a holiday, when 'way In Washington between Secretaworld chool Hfe tho ry of State Colby mid Ambassador And Stars asd Stripes unblemished are sore pleasures and trials of temporarily laid aside, when unfurled iShldohara, but will proceed Irrespec.churches are open for those who waist Then and then Always ehail wo deem it to return devout thanks for the mnnV tive of any action taken by these meet told blessings with which they may To send atoft a prayer as Incense sweet proposed For grateful hearts to feel and tongues havo been showered, nnd when the Resentment against the to say larder fairly gnoans with uncommon action of tho Japanese is expressed Thanksgiving r s "Thanksgiving meals were things remember. Thoso were the 'good old days when doughnuts were mado ns. big as bricks, and 'twas not thought necessary to eat as mnny ns six,' but tho doughnut enmo between meals, nnd on Thanksgiving dny Uiey vero not greatly In demand. "For breakfast we always had. chicken with many 'flxlns nnd pancakes and sweet cider for dessert. It r wns a meel for nil dnv. but not we rill gathered for noon aid t wns n small family thnt did not muster nt least twenty strong. We all went home to grandpa's, the-lar one of ras. Oommonly every of four generations would for thnt day, no matter how scattered their homes might be. "After dinner tbore-'- he enough out-dosport to raise an appetite for sbc o'clock supper, and nfter sapper Indoor games nmong tho young people till bedtime, "bat even the oldest were dragged into tie games untll'they were tired out. "There may be families that keep up the old CDBtoms even yot, but I them. wouldn't know where tto look-foEven If I did, 1 don't suppose I'd be aide to gctanyrftftheoMlnco aud pumpkin pies. And If I should get nnyJof them they wouldn't he such as grandma luscd to make." long-aftethe-feas-t, living-membeor that kind. To explaiii?pi2rpose of Organization aniSL Farm Bureau. perfect plans for County-wid- e of jMemberslriip Drive. We will have a leader to from the Kentucky Farm Bureau Federation: and local ispeakeis. Everybody is Welcome! unable to distinguish between brown and gmen. is moro common Youngstovn, Nov. 20. Ffve stills among' educated than uneducated peoy apart- ple, and an odd fact Is that musicians wer6 found In a ment houni at 1DT0 MarUile Street, arc mare liable to iliiu jrtfllcticn than here, by Saftly Director Qavid Sccit; those af any other iclnsi or prolession. jsnd Deputy Sheriff Smith. Anotner curious Xact about color- Three of the stills were being on- - bllndnan wllcb 1b not generally crated in full llaBt when the raid was ) known .w.that some oX those Afflict made. The officials seized the stills j ed with, this trouble can distinguish tiigether with nbont 500 gallons ofUjcolors pa'fectly at, cIosh range, altho raisin masn and about four gallons SEIZE VIVE STILLS IX APAKTMEXT HOUSE Color-blindness tour-stor- do so at a: dIVrKrn-e-TheIs tho case of a lady wluacouis: match silks with perfect acrrrjraqy and yet was unablq at a dlsfcrtKis recognize a red coat or a raaSsaay danger signal, --and of a mars TC2rt without any other jiraco. oC ccior-blindne- ss, discovered whilo in a C&ilC. of popples, that beyond to racjr? xC thirty yards the scarlet flovreTK xbjjT tho greehery merged Into xxr ncasraK tint and were lost. tptally unable to. ro c i c UV AUiDJJi JUVik This alleged illicit distillery was the largest one found, so far, in Mahoning County since national prohibition became effective. Accused of operating a still, Felix Wazovick, 22, was arrested. Besides the stills and mash three gas ranges wero confiscated. The stills aro made of the best grade of copper, aro of large capacity and modern type. The officials discovered' a secret passageway evidently intended for use in emergency cases, affording a "hid ing placo In the cellar for illegal goods. war-wav- ls. State Controller J,ohn 8. Chambers, who says: ., "The controversy In California has Dcen carried on to date with remarkable restraint. If, however, tho Japanese, who call themselves a proud race, sliall Impudently seek to overthrow tho will of the electors, of tho sovereign state of California, then blttoinoss will devolor. and on their own heads must rest the responsibility for the result." iby Feelings and words that fit Day. ,81ne on I God's goodness never con be tol- d- MMamJ in' in , w 1 Mi1 shoulder, Neuralgia of the hands, or feet requires a powerful ' miedy that will penetrate the flesh. Ballard's Snow Liniment possesses that power. Robbed in where tho pain is folt is all that Is necessary to roliovo suffering and restore normal Price 2Sc, 50c and $1 00 conditions. per bottle. Sold by Ohio County m Drug Co. facts, - -- - SSllVmnWLsSSSSSSSSsKl UHHhHCML FS'j'. wlsssssssssssssskL'' 1' 1 IV&KSsssfllLssssssssMiA H jVjTSiEiiHH&ilsssssI KlsSiiisssssssssssssssssssssI h'n delicacies. It lis In tho coustry thnt the manifold blessings of ThnBksglvIng day reach their tfull fruition. It Is not a mere episode there, on It Sa In the city, but an cve&t that is anxiously looked forward to for weeks befcure It dawns. In' Its celebration It dlfTers from the ways of tho city ns widely as do09 dny from night In the thickly populated towns tho rellgloiM aspect of the holldny has been lost (sight of no a seat extent, and In Its plaxe there has grown up the habit of feasting and" roaktog merry. It Is a time for fnmlly gatherings, for balls, for football, for Theatricals and the thousand and one pieauuras city life In beset with.' COSTA RICA. Both men and womon have been given tho right of suffrage by the con gress of Costa Rica, provided they are able to read und write and aro citizens by birth or adoption. Doth sexes aro privileged to hold office, mm Ohildren Cry FDR FLETCHER'S CASTOR A m I 9. 'Z&aiiZST v JBM'-i&- s 0raH8Swritesoit: ' tf ?1 K;7i m ;JAe fjhe Pho&&$tafb3vitb a Seal Tell us NEW J3U1SU& ( ' CZECIIOSLOVAKIAX ENVOY IS APPOINTED a bachelor, years, old, has been appointed by the ropublic of Czechoslovakia as minister to this country. During the war ho was actively engaged in preparing the revolution against Austria-Hungar- y and was forced to flee from Austria across the Adriatic in a small boat, 3G , COLOR-BLINDNE- Coraa irM vbatjtiiejr.re.J Listen.-to- i a fasdnalfag test The New 'Edison is alttha living-artis-t excesrfingis physiad prsence;. can b ' Dr. Dedrich Stepanek, Well prove itj throuerr your own selfl We'll have theVNew ftmily favorites and have xpu Jistepi..larjM, Edison.RE-CKBATadbose il J;vHLsssH mmmmuf ,,.,.. JVgMH "The good die young," for good cannot grow old I 1,'Envol III Realism Test. Ask for it. Get yourown proof that the-New- HOG ISLAND PLANT IMPS LOW Tho U. S. shipping board ha? rejected two bids, the highest n trifle over ?4?000,000, for the huge shipbuilding plant at Hog Island on tho Deloware. As the taxpayers of tho country put $70,000,-00- 0 In tho project It is likely that tho plant will be retained unless a fairer ; figure can be secured for it. , " persons in No fewer than ;jl ' JL ' every thousand are more or less lind. form Is The commonest (A. bss the Scrooge-Uk- e soul with accents not, as many suppose, inability to gruft distinguish red and grden that afWho sees our theme and grimly sneers "Old Btuff.") Tho fects one person in fifty-fivCount Your Blessings. --Strickland Oilman In Farrri Life. Thursduy In November will most usual symptom Is uncertainty The last Is exIf wo kept count ot our blessiugs. not mean much to you, unless you have between bluo nnd greon. This forty-six got in the wuy of couutlne up your perienced by one out of every avnry day would be a Thauk&givlug blessings. persons but .only ono in sixty is fifty-fiv- e Edison brings all the thrills, joys and witch eries which your family prizes; ia, ita.most beloved color-b- music I e. E. P, BARNES & BROTHER: BEAVER DAM, KY. W- - i t i' i L since tho war, ho says that ho was STRAY STREAKS profoundly displeased with tho peace treaty as framed by tho allied poaco (By Fluko McFIuko.) conforonco In Paris. Ho believed that Published Weekly by .' HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY tho military victory should have been mado moro complete, but when ho exIncorporated Wo aro going to chuck up our Job pressed his views ho was practically t this joint and apply for tho position told by Messrs. Wilson, Clomonccau of president of the W. S. TINSLEY, Editor o to "shut up," he and ami Business Malinger. declares. It's a cinch that tho descendents ot Job don't possess as many turkej-Entered According to law at the FRENCH VIEWS OP ELECTION Postofflco, Hartford, Ky., as Linil today as they did this day a week natter of tho second class. ago.' Farls newspapers agreed that tho to big majority for Harding In tho Address all communications I wouldn't like for Miss Porter to Tho Hartford Republican. election meant the defeat of tho see this, but gcol wouldn't it bo awloaguo of nations and tho Wilson pro- ful to bo married to Alec? Yes, even gram. La Llborte said "American by a sham ceremony. NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent common senso has condemnod Utopia fo a new address must glvo tho old in all its forms. From an InternaIt's a queer way about how some ikddress In making tho request. tional point of view tho American guys get such strange ideas. No Business Locals nnd Notices 10c son por lino, and 8c per lino for each ad election day was a bad day for of thoso birds less than a , cialism and tho society of nations ditional insertion. who assumed tho character of "Poor Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards tho consequonces of which will be felt Wedof Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for throughout tho world." Tho Intran- Relatives" In the Womanless ding at the Court houso last night, each head line and slgnautro, money sigent points out that Harding has came to my house to borrow clothes In advanco. Church Notices for services free, often profesed friendship for Franco in which to garb themselves for tho but other advertisements, lc per and It thinks that he will .not relin- occasion. - word. will quish tho traditions that bind the Anonymous communications New World and France. VTeceive no attention. Uncle Clem Moxley, of Fordsvllle, was In town Monday nnd he solemnJUDGE IjANDIS TO SERVE TELEPHONES ly avers that he Is steadily and rapidTHIRTY-ON- E YEARS MORE ly growing 69 Farmers Mutual bettor looking every day 123 Cumberland of his life, and that if ho and John Chicago, Nov. 20. Judge K. M. Henry Thomas were placed on exhi Landls took the Joy out of llfo for a bition, In contest, Thomas would ocNOVEMBER 20 FRIDAY lot of bootleggers today when ho an- cupy the position, in comparison, as a nounced that ho was not going to re- stinking, dark, foggy night to bright, ,It was the other way round yes- tire from tho federal bench until he is noon-day- 's sunshine. terday, both tho christian and' the un- 85 years old. That will bo thirty-on- e years from now. Ho was 6 to-- 1 christian joined In a slaughter' of the Since Bat Nail, by somo hook or day. "Turks." crook, Induced that good woman to his birthday by mnrry htm he has been so dadgum-me- d He celebrated A mass meeting for the farmers of playing a round of golf. scarce around this office that "I'm not going to climb off tho we aro beginning to really liko him, Ohio county is projected for Saturday, tomorrow, afternoon at 1 o'clock, bench until I'm 85 years old," he tho for Miss Nail's sake wo hope ho at this place. The object Is to bring said. I'm afraid a' lot, of people ain't puttln in all the time at home as many of the farmers a3 possible around Chicago will bo disappointed. he Isn't about this joint. Into the Farm Bureau, which as wo Most of my family lingered .around until they were 85 or 95, and I am understand federates with other We would be willing to wager two conization of tho agricultural classes. going to follow their example." bits that I. D. Claire has located a Tho judge was recently chosen worm atached to a still, and has There can be no doubt of the fact that farmers should organize, as in- head of reorganized baseball at a himself around tho fruits of telligent organization is good foctho salary of ?2,500 a year. He Is now the combination it's been too long farmers in a thousand different ways. holding both job3. since he's been heard from. Moths o By unanimous, or collectiv caction will havo soon destroyed the famous WILLIAMS TAYLOR. much may bo accomplished, not alone, quill with which he was wont to Mr. and Mrs. Sep T.-- Williams an- string his odd beads. Down with the or so much, by securing fair prices merely, but by community action and nounce the engagement an,d ap- till and up with the quill. exchange of .Ideas, com- proaching marriage of their daughter, paring results and in fact, by ways Anna Mario, to Mr. Claud Llles TayWo received a communication from Farmers lor,. The ceremony will be .perform our old friend ,W. W. Harris, the tele innumerable. almost should take advantage of tho oppor- ed at Liberty church, Wednesday ev phone man, now of Mt. Carmel, 111., tunity offered, not only of this, but ening, December 1, at 8 o'clock. a few days ago In which he specially every other one. Then too, an InstiInquired as to whether A. Rial, was tute ot two days duration is sched- PERSONAL NEWS still putting out tho Earns littlo-bitt- y uled for Ohio county, at Hartford, AND SOCIAL EVENTS sack3 of popcorn for a hlckle. Harris on the 10th and 11th of next month, swears that the vendor of popcorn in which is primarily for the farmers' Mr. J. J. Russell, of near Echols, his town sells sacks twice as big as benefit, his uplift and advancement. Rial does for a Jitney. Wo say down was in town yesterday. No progressive farmer who can attend with high prices and profiteering. without unreasonable sacrifice is Mr. Gregory Wedding arrived hero necessary, should be absent from At prayer meeting service at one yesterday to spend a few Hays with this institute. Only tho of tho looal churches recently the or retrograd- his father, Judge R. R.' Wedding and Minister appointed a certain Sister and stand-stil- l, ing farmor will for a moment claim Mrs. Wedding. to read a certain portion of Luke, that these meetings are not worth porMiss Emllio Bell, a student in the I think It was, and perhaps that while. Let everyone who can postion comparing' to the 15th chapter, sibly do so arrange to be on hands local High School, is spending the but It seems that phe was reading and get a bit of all tho good that Thanksgiving holidays with her par- from one of thoso old style bibles ents, near Buford. otherwise must go to waste. that were not divided up by chapters, such as is commonly In use. She reaij Miss Gorln Flener, of tho Beaver Thanksgiving, llko Christmas day, and rend, and then read some moro, according to our manner of thought, Dam Graded and High School, is iitiMI mnt nf tVihQft nrpannt rnnlri week-en- d hero with 1 Is not observed exactly as tho day spending the hardly sit still, when she finally came bo, nor as was intended wo friends and relatives. should to the word "Hades" when a momenshould. Tho occasion is one of the . Tho Pastor seeMiss Evelyn Fair Thomas, of tho tary halt wa.s made. most generally observed as a holiday, ing his chance threw up his hands, but comparatively few people per- Llvermoro High School is spending saying, "I think you have gone far haps, really make of It a day for of tho thnnksglvlng holidays hero with enough Sister, stop right there." fering thanks to tho Ruler of prov- her mother, Mrs. Emma Thomas, Those jvho didn't smile wore either idence, or tho King' of tho Universe, The danco given here Wednesday too sound asleop or absent. for bounteous crops, success in llfo night by s L. T. Riley was largely atand business, or that it is as well with tended. Parr Brothers of Louisville, NOTICE. them as it is, or perchance wo should rendered the music for tho occasion. return our thanks that It is no worse The Hartford Republican II COOPER BROS.' V rest-room- a. Lloyd-Goorg- ' Reduction Sale M re-co- nt BEGINS i half-doze- Saturday, Nov. 13th, 1920 And Closes February 1, 1921 To buy at these special prices you must pay Cash, or Produce. We do this in order to reduce our stock, and give to the trade seasonable merchanprice. Wc will give 20 per cent reduction on MEN'S dise at and BOYS' CLOTHING, OVERCOATS, and RAINCOATS; and LADIES' SUITS, COAT SUITS, COATS, DRESSES, SKIRTS, RAINCOATS and SWEATERS. We have a large stock of Ladies' and Misses' Hats, new and the very latest styles, and we will make a special discount on them of 33 3 per cent. So be sure and give us a look. up-to-da- te 1-- We will reduce the price 10 per cent on everything except Feed, Flour and Groceries. We have' a large stock of Shoes, Overshoes, Gum Boots, Gum Shoes, Silks, Percales, Ginghams, 'Woolen Goods. In fact, we have a new and line of General Merchandise. up-to-da- ed te COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. tine Shown, Messrs. Charlie Schroa-de- r Ethyl Richeson, Mr. Clay and Arthur and Carroll Whlttakor visited Baird and Willie Thomasson nttended Church at Mt. Carmel Sunday, nnd Mr. and Mrs. Paul Russell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Howard and lit- I dined at tho homo of Mrs. llettlc tle daughter, of Hartford, vlsiied at Richeson and Mrs. Fannlo Blair. tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thom-assoSunday. DENTALNOTICE. Mr. and Mrs. F. 3. Taylor visited Now is tho time to havo your Ddn-their daughter .Mrs. Hershcl Chlnn, work attended to. Winter Is comFriday and Saturday. There will bo a pie supper given at ing with rain and snow which makes West Nocreok School houso the first old teeth acho and abscess. AbscessSaturday night. Every ono invltod ed Teeth, or "Gum Bolls" aro dangerous. You aro continually swallowing o attend. Each Mr. Clay Baird said ho was going this deadly poisoned pus. to purchaso a new Ford. We aro nouthtul of food carries this infection not sure Just what kind of a Ford it into the stomach. It Lowers vitality which invites cancer of the will be. Misses Eva and Orabol Thomasson, mouth, throat and stomach, Diph n, al , Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Influonza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, Ihoumatlsm, Anoemla nnd ovon death frequently results from continually swallowing pus. A mouth containing decayed teeth s a poisonous laboratory, which sends. a host of bactorla Into tho clomentary tract. Thoy multiply rapidly thus gain access to tho lymphatic systom and aro carried to the distant organs. Soft spongy and bleeding gums glvo warning of approaching abscesses. Lady Attcndont. Yours rcspoctfully, DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky Oflco opens S:30 a. m., closes 4 p. m., promptly. theria, T - E. M. Woodward, Louisville; GloVolstead syBtem has practi- ver Carey, Calhoun; R. P. Robertson, cally eliminated tho noggs etc., from Owensboro and E. Taylor, day's doings, and asldo from the Ivllln ltfma nttnimawaA.allnnillnn Green- tho 1,i,Ml "Mv,o HttBUUlUfi vuuit ' "" nrnrJ nl,,tlnanl. ha ,lv .t I 'r0m 0Ut f th0 C0UntV tlllS WOK. .,,, was spent in UU and customary manner those who LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE wero not compelled to follow their usual avocations, that is, all but Notice Is hereby given that the few, wound up at night In Kentucky Light and power Company, a rather gorged condition and never, incorporated, is not ablo to operate for once, seriously thought of being under the burden of high taxes and thankful to any' agency for any pos- high prices and that on tho 31st day session, elthor individually or collec- ot December, 1920, it will discontinue tively. It is true that special Thanks furnishing both light and water, and giving services wore held In many i win dismantle its plant, and tho cor- churches thruout tho country yester iporatiou will bo dissolved. day, as was the caso here, when a M. L. HEAVRIN, President. union service was conducted, but tho ERNEST WOODWARD, .Secy. groat masses never find their way inE. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. to these places ot servlco upon tho September 25, 1920. 13tf only day of tho year publlcally sot a apart for rendering our thanks for the FOR SALE. good received during tho past three-hundrApplo trees delicious, Black Ben days. Stayman and slxty-flv- o Rome Beauty, Wlnesap, York Imperial, Banana and Mcin"IHG THREE" SNUBBED FOCII tosh Red, tho best kinds, 20 to 35cts each. Come and pick what you want. "R. E. BARRETT, talk In tho first heart-to-hea- rt ' Beaver Dam, Ky. Mlarshal Foch has given to tho public 22tl bone-dry, with us than It Is. We do not forget to observe tho date by taking It as a holiday from our labors, and, instead of in any way centering our thoughts upon Deity in a truly thankful spirit, the great majority aro rather prone to mako of it a day for Tlotous eating and drinking. At least the latter was once tho course. Bowls of mint juplls, Tom nd Jorry and various other tempting liquids wore freely indulged In, but as a matter ot courso this nearly egg-nog, Mr. Arthur Petty, of Henderson, camo up Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs.' R. R. Wedding, Judge Wedding and other relatives. Miss Lelia Glenn, ot the Central City High School, came up Wednesday to spend tho remainder of the week here with her parents, Judge and Mrs. J. S. Glenn. The last call for taxes until, the penalty and interest is added. Please get busy and pay your taxes and save'the interest and cost. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. Scientists have figured out that the Tower of Babel was 275 feet high. , '.U. ;..,.... "' HEFLIN. The farmers are very busy gathering corn. Mrs. Mary Riggs Is visiting her son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Riggs, ot noar ., Ceralvo this week. Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Russell vlsjted at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Boll Simmons, ot Red Hill Sunday. Loulso, tho Infant daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. Hlpsloy Riggs Is very sick at this writing. Mr. Willie Thomasson has returned home, after spending two weeks with his brothers, Mr. Noble and Goebel Thomasson. Mr, Howard Wobb nnd family have ; moved to Owensboro, whore thoy will mako their future homo. Mr. Hershel ClUnu and family visited tholr father and mother, Mr. and MrsE. F. Chlnn, Sunday. Everyone is Invited, and urged, to attend prayer meeting at Shlnklo Chapel ovory Sunday night. Misses Alverla Stevens, and Qua- - ly THE UNIVERSAL CAR A Truck for City, Farm and Interurban Deliveries IN the few years it has been on the market, the Ford One-To- n Truck has mounted rapidly to popularity. During the past year, d more than of the total number of trucks sold in the United States, were Ford One-To- n Trucks. It is a record of achievement made entirely on demonstrated merit. Wherever the Ford Truck has been used on the farm, in the city, its sure, economical service and simplicity have made it a success. So that it isa necessity for the wholesaler, the retailer, the fanner. It offers efficient and economic hauling for e Very 'business. Demountable Rims and Pneumatic Tires. The Ford One-To- n Truck costs less to buy than any other truck ; it costs less to operate and less to maintain. Added to this, is the Ford service organization; spare parts and Ford mechanics are always convenient and ready to keep the Ford Truck on the job. The Ford Truck cuts delivery costs. Because of increasing demand, orders should be placed without delay. We will give you prompt attention. If you have and doubts' on the subject drop in to any of the undersigned Authorized Ford Dealers and get further facts. one-thirto-day F or BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY ed KNIT HEADWEAR '""""u"' whoro they Mr. ntlrl Mra.; .Tnhn UnrllAV loft ..... " " """" expect to spend tho , i " Hi EIJJJL'JI win-to- r. Mrv and Mrs. Gilbert Fuqua, of Loulsvlllo, arrived hero a fov Atyi ago to spond some dari ?.'.b J! . kl Fuaua's paronto, HorasCT.t:x. R. E. ' IS Fuqua. u ta WALLACE l DUNN CROMWELL, KY. E3E:OIjN:S- w it Ft Misses Klttyo Bcs3 Dodson, Nina Cornell and Loubel Williams, focal High School girls, were guests of Miss Mattye Jano Bennett, of near Ccntertown, Sunday. who has, Mrs. Hpttlo Howard, been residing with her niece, Mrs. W. H. CundIff,Hamraond, Ind., is tho guest of her brother, Judge J. S. Glenn and Mrs. Glenn. COME IN and buy your wife that COOK STOVE or HANGE alio has needed so long. Wo have a good sup ply of the best tbo market affords. ACTON DUOS. It2 i They're here! ii .V. .v'-o- c VaB Knitted toqucc and caps of style and warmth and top most quality. Saturday, November 27, 1920 ' Our ottering includesTams, And Closes F ebruary I,.I92I ( Esquimos, Sport Caps and Hockey Caps knitted of the softest wooland finished with the utmost care in the smart new styles and colors. See our wondcful showing of knitted headwea- - while our line is complete. 1'RICKH Profs. J. F. Brunor and Roy H. Foreman, with a large number of tho High School Students, will attend nn Educational Confercnco In Owensboro today and. tomorrow. Mr. Logan Felix and family, who have resided In tho Cromwell country during tho past two years, returned to Owensboro, this week, where they go to mako tholr home. , FnoM 50c to 91.C0 To buy at these special prices you must pay Cash or Produce.' Nothing charged at the Special Discount Prices. We do this in order to clean up our surplus and to give you winteV goods at the right price while: in season. "Jefferson Mills " i K)iitted Headwear SWEATER COATS The season is on us for these goods, and we are prepared with a big stock. Coat Sweaters, Slip-o- n Sweaters, Etc. Remember us when you need these seasonable goods. Priced from $5.00 to $12.50. Had - you thought about pickling your meat, but wero afraid that you couldn't get stone Jars to put It up WILLIAMS & DUKE have In? them in all sizes, and lard cans too. DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: Overalls, 20 per cent Discount Harness, 20 per cent Discount Shoes, 15 per cent Discount Rubber Goods, 15 per cent Discount All other goods are subject to a 10 per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. Farmers thruout tho entire Coun ty should arrange to attend tho Mass Meeting to no nem at tnc uourt nouse tomorrow at 1 o'clock, for tho purpose of furthering the Interests of tho County Farm Bureau. A Iarga assortment of cakes in bulk carried In stock at all times. We buy of ten,, but In small, quantities and by that" method our stock is always '21t2 fresh. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Dr. R. L. Davison, of Stanford, Field Agent ot the Department ot Agriculture, was In Hartford' Wednesday, perfecting plans for tho Farmers' Instltuto'to bo held here Friday and Saturday, December 10 and 11. JgZ&jCffQ SHai m WALLACE & DUNN Cromwell, Ky. hi ... i, ui rB ntM 1 BBTkTwVHn mK9 Republican V . The local School' adjourned yes.The ' Hartford ',Leonard Thomas, son of Dr. and TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. terday afternoon for tho week, givMrs. J. S. Bean, is in Owensboro ing, two days Intermission on account City Hospital, whero he was operated '.XOVEMBEK 20 FIUDAY. Miss Ircno Qlenn, of Calhoun, was ot Thanksgiving and to permit a, on tor mastoiditis. I the week end guest of Miss Mary number of Teachers and Students, t Marks. attend tho Educational Conference in PERSONAL NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Morris Uavldson, of Owensboro. Loulsvlllo, arrived here Wednesday AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Rodney Whlttlnghlll, of Fords- to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. villa, was a visitor at this office, Furniture of all kinds, including McCrackon, over thanksgiving. Mr. C. S. Moxley, of Fordsvllle, Tueadny wllUo attending court hero, Bods, Chairs, Dressers, Tables, Kitchwas In town Monday, en Cabinets and most anything In this Mr. and Mrs. Levi O. Coleman, ot , FOR SAIjK 1 yoko good, heavy lino "you may need at money-3avIn- g Rome, 111., recently visited Mr. ColeMcKcnney, of Simmons, Mr. J. E. prices. 21t2 man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick work Cattle. was la town Wednesday. ACTON BROS. L. D. FULKERSON, Coleman, of near Paradise. Mr. and .' ; Echols, Ky. Mrs. Coleman also visited Mrs. Cole All, kinds of fresh Fruits and Canon man's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. D. LAND FOR SALE 20 .acres dles at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Mrs. J. B. Tappan, City and Miss Rough Rlvor, at tho m'outh- - of Duke, of Owensboro, before returning fine land, 12 acres In culti- to their homo. overy day Tor eggs and Erma Carter, ot Beaver Dam, will go( Wo pay cash to Loulsvlllo today, returning Sun- vation, 11 acres across the road from W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Mt. Hermon, Church, oar Boda. Sso day. Mr. McDowell A. Foglo returned D. F. DANIEL, or W. R.' CARSON, hat Friday, from Indianapolis, Ind., Wo have Rye, Rod Top and 22t4p where he had spent about NEW ARRIVALS at WILLIAMS Route 3 Hartford. thrbo Seed. Raisins, Currants, Datos & DUKE'S weeks with his father, Judge J. E. ACTON BROS. and Evaporated Fruits. AH, 19.20 Fogle and the family of Mr. and Mrs. Don't waste the long, winter-evening- s 21t2 that are coming. Enjoy them T. B. Petrle. Judge Fogle is perII. C. Truman was the guest stock. Rev. reading your favorite magazines. Wo haps slightly improved in health of friends In town tho first of this Mr. II. C. Graham, of Narrows, re- have a largo lino of Periodicals. If wo since his departure from his home woek. Ind., do not have your favorites we will hero. cently wont to Terre Haute, '. Coal Buckets, flro Shovels and allJ whero h6 expects to, remain for some gladly get them for you. Mrs. H. E. Mlschke and children. TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. such things can ue nau ai aliuh time. Walter and Vernon, returned Mon21t2 BROS. Mr. Horry D. Walker, who has been day from Mt. Vernon, Ind., whero Miss Evelyn Thomas, of tho Liver- spent the wook end In Uie employe of tho Good Year Tiro thoy had visited M"rs. Mlschke's parDon'l,- - forgot tho Bazaar and BIO more High School, and Rubber Co., Akron, Ohio, for ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith. Mr. DINNER In the M. E. Church base- hore with her mother, Mrs. Emma somo time, arrived home last Fri- Mlschko, now at Sprlnsfleld, Tenn., Fair Thomas. ment, Tuesday, Npvombor 30th. day. Young Walker recently took also joined them Sunday, the occasion being a reunion of the family ot & Co., the civil service examination for serMr. William Fair, of Fair A nice lino of fresh Oysters, counts, was in Owensboro tho first of this vice in the Railway Mall Department. Mr. Smith. . selects and standards at week, rendering service In Federal TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Court, as Juror. 7Mrs. A. P. Taylor, of Owensboro. Dr. Nestor Barnett, of Caneyvllle, was the gueat ot her parents, Mr. and was the guest of his brother, Mr. A. Mrs. W. B. Render, last week-enM. Barnett and Mrs. Barnett from , MINERS'--LampsCarbide, Picks, Saturday to Mjonday. Handles and othor Minors' Supplies. Tho cold weather and reasonable See us whon you need anything- In prlceB aro moving our heating Stoves ACTON BROS. lino. this right along, but wo can sunply your 7 21t2 and. Mrs. R. E. Duko visited needs.' Mr. ACTON BROS. and Mrs. Mrs. Duke's parents, Mr. B. W. Stew&rt, or.Cromwell. Saturday Fresh Groceries, Confectioneries, and Sunday. "Tell your mother Cigars and Tobacco at prices you ' Our new stock of canned corn, peas, will bo pleased with. ARTHUR LEACH, beans, kraut, hominy, tomatoes etc., At L. Mlnton Stand 21t2 of tho best grade, Is now In. & UUftf. WILLIAMS. will stop that cough, Bill. My T Lightning struck the resldonco ot mother gives to me when I get chH-dr'" Mr. Aldx Carson of West Nocreek, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Acton and Sunday night, doing consideraa cough, and you don't hear me wore tho guests of Mrs. Acton's last - ble, damage, although no individual coughing all the time." mother, Mrs, Mumm uou jv suffered any bodily harm. wek-en- d. .rows, Barrel pf fresh, Sour Krout at ""' ., I.,,. f Some Prices Are Gradually Being Lowered. And This is What This Store is Doing to Help: Without any great noise or publicity, and regardless of the cost to this store and the loss .to it, we to our patrons at once the advantages of a are-givin- I t No-cre- i . v changing wholesale market. And this regardless of the fact that such wholesale quotations h'ave not ik the least affected the cost to us of the merchandise ia our store, which, of course, was bought months prior to its sale. This is no special sale. It is simply a reduction ik the prices of merchandise affected by present wholesale conditions. For instance : You can count upon: this store to continue to faithfully fulfill its promises of service, and to sacrifice, if necessaiy for the benefit of its p'atrons. You can depend upon this store to meet its respond sibility of providing the best merchandise at prices that are the lowest the market conditions warrant lower than you, will find them in a majority of cities: Calico 15c Dress Gingham 25c to 40c 1 ydt wide dark Percale 35c 1 yd. wide light Percale ....... 30c 1 yd. wide Hoosier Cotton. . . .,20c . 25c Hope Cotton 4 Brown Sheeting. . 65c 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting 75c 4 Bleach Sheeting 75c 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting 85c 9-9-- per yard". peryarcL t I; d. - per yard. per yard per yard per yard. per yard. per yard per yard per yard. KEMP'S BALSAM it Those who keep posted on our merchandise and: on our prices will be amply rewarded. '& on last And Johnnie is right, too. X.C Carson L Co. tW&J $ . and kitchen too numorous to menanmnthlne that tion. Seo MRS. H. E. MISCHKE, 1V ,' ,' ARTHUR LEACH, Baptist Church. '"'' Old Stand. Hartford, opposite Av y At Mlnton's BatlsflOS. ' Furniture For Sale A number of ,When hungry come to my place. notice, articles, good as now, for both houso on short Choice lunches Get a bottle now from your druggist. ROY, N. Y. Hartford, Kentucky. m V a atflw.3rTxJ3yfcnivjKOTr1;3nj-5- . wuMr.- -t m- x- Jt :, FARM DEPARTMENT. Intcr-cnr- c or OIIICUIT COURT. BEAVER DASI. winter may be so damaged that it will of tltc Onulcn. JudRfj R. W, Slack, Oweniboro. capaCh'm'n. Board W. T. McKennej. A vory common prnctlco in tha nover develop into n good stock Many n llrnln Is TrjiiiR To Work Oom'th. Attorney C. B. Smith, HartClerk R. W. King. Stato of Kentucky is to lcavo the gar- ble of producing two or three cars the ' AVltli Weak, Thin Mood i ford. den perfectly baro during tho wln-- following season. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford, Seed corn should bo dried as soon Moms men, itKD m.oon months. Tho Deportment of HorMarshal R. F. Stevens. xi:kde Matter Commissioner Otto C. Marticulture of tho College of Agricul- as it Is selected and placed In a grantin, Hartford. ture recommends that overy farmer ary or attic whore it will not be sub- IVplo-MimpFOItDSVIIiLi:. Gives You the Ilonlth Trustee Jury Fund Cul P. Keown, should clean off the trash and rubbish jected to tho sudden chango of To TitcMo Your Dally AVoik Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. found in Kentucky during and sow som'o cover crop, such as rye. Willi VIor. Monday in March 13 days Clerk Olla Cobb. is rather lato in the season for thisv tho winter. It Com'th. and. Civil. but tho old adage holds that "It is Pollco Judgo--P. Kesslnger. If you sit at a desk all day In an Monday In May 12 dayi Civil. Iogulato tho bowels when they office, whether you nro perched on a better lato than never." Tho objecMarshal Grant Pollard. Monday In July 12 days 4O " WUiaiMaeKiHbaik- tion raised to doing this is that they fall to move properly. Herblno is nn high stool or seated in an upholstorfd Com'th. nnd Civil. havo to store a few vegetables in a admirable- bowel regulator. It helps chair, your body Is Inactljo. You Monday in September 12 days OFFICIAL SrilOOL CALENDAR , jilt and usually n very common place tho liver and stomach and restores can't get much fresh nlr and out'l or FOR PRESENT VEAR. Civil. to mako this pit is In tho center of tho a fine feeling of strength and buoyan- exercise. Your blood becomes poor, i tth Monday In November 12 days cy. Price COc. Sold by Ohio County garden. So far as making n pit is You look palo and feel weak. County Board of Education E. 3. Com'th. and Civil. m concerned it would bo convenient to Drug Co. Tho great tonic, is Howard, S. S. O. C. c COUNTS' COUIIT. have It in tho garden; but it Is far what you need for awhllo. It makes Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, KAiLKOADS A liUllDVX. bettor to tako it outside of the garden Meets first Monday. In each month. rich, red blood. It restores your viRoute C. and sow some cover crop so that Judge Mack Cook. tal energy. Your color comes back. At tho present rate tho treasury something can bo plowed under in Div. No. 2 County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. II. C. Lalco, Fordsvlllo. When your blood Is good, full of the spring and help furnish humus to department is paying the people's rod corpuscles, you aro better ablo to Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, Dunmoney to the railroad operators at the garden soil. Shcrlir S. A. Brntchor. resist disease. You go about your dee. tha rata of over a billion dollars a daily Superintendent E. S. Howard. work with tho optimism of Dlv. No. 1 Robt. doff, Roslno. year. For the six months following Mnl.c 11 Good Cash Crop Jailer Worth Tlchenor. good health. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Beavor-- ' Lexington, Ky. Nov. 22 With un- - tho "unscrambling," or turning back Tax Commissioner D. E. Ward. n Try and notlco how Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxiey. xavorablo prospects for such enor- -' to private owners, of the railroads, you improve. 0, mous returns from tobacco, tho soy- the government will hand out Coroner E. P. Rodgers. n is sold in both liDlv, No. C Nat Llndley, Centor-tow- n. according to the interstate bean is coming Into prominence as a quid and tablet form. Take either FISCAIi COUIIT. caBh crop in Kentucky. Tho Agro- commerco commission. Blame is put kind you prefer. Both have tho same County Board of Examiners: E. S Meets first Tuesday In April and nomy Department of tho College of on high wages granted the workers medicinal value. But be sure you Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldlclff and October. Agriculture says that the Haberlandt by the railroad board. For the first get the genuine Popto-Jlang1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Ira Jones. soybean seems to bo the one that is eight months of this year operating "Glide's". -The full name "Gude's aL Teachers Instituto, Sept. 13th m Route 3. displacing all the other medium and expenses amounted to ?3, 760, 000, 000 should be on the 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beavfor the package. Advertisement. onrly varieties in this stato, and since as against $2,800,000,000 er Dam. there is a great demand for these same period in 1919. Against this, EXAMINATIONS Bi-District Q. B. Brown, Slmraoni. Haberlandt beans for planting in the operating revenues amounted to only I'ASQUALK "TIIK CKAXK" OLD RETOLD 4th District G. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. cornbelt states that cannot be suppli- $550,000,000 more than In tho preCommon School Diploma Slay 14 GIVEX LIFE SEXTEXCE ed, Kentucky should produce more vious year. For August 1919 tho net and 15 at Hartford, Beavor Dam 0 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balzo-tow- nnd Fordsvlllo.. soybeans for seed. From tho nature revenue from operation was Norristown, Pa., Nov. 20. August Origin of the American Thankswhile for August 1920 there Pascal, alias Pasquale, "the crank" May 21 and 22 County Toachors of her soils and seasons, Kentucky Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. giving Day. seems to be Ideally located as a cen was a deficit of nearly ?1C4, 000,000. in the Coughlin kidnaping case, was Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. May 28 and 29 County Tcachors' ter for the production of soy bean sentenced to life imprisonment this 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examlnotion at Hartford, (Colored). PHILADELPHIA EXPOSITION seed for the cprn beH States. morning by Judge Swartz, in Norrls- - Will Bear Repetition Annually as ford, Route 5. Juno IS nnd 10 County nnd State towh Court. Pascal pleaded guilty at 4 Something of Which Every Teachers' Examination nt Fordsvlllo, Prominent citizens of the Quaker his trial to second degree murder and HARTFORD. Should He Carefully Brood Sows Citizen May Be Proud. (White). c'ty are formulating plans for a great kidnaping for extortion. He stole Selected. Mayor J. E. Bean. 'Juno 25 and 2G County and Stato Col- - international exposition In their city Dlakely Coughlin, the Lexington, Ky. Nov. 22 The Clerk J. A. Howard. The ancient Thanksgiving did not. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, lege of Agriculture recommends that in 192G commemorating the 150th an- - baby of Mr. and Mrs. Georgo H. ns some bavo fancied, skip down the Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). Marshal E. P; Casebior. considerablo care1 should be given in niversary of the signing of tho declar Coughlin, from their home near Nor- nges to find Its home In America. In Sopt. 17 and IS County and Stato one way or another It seems to hno Congress will ristown on June 2, last, and smothsolecting sows for breeding purposes. ation of Independence. ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, be asked for funds to guarantee the ered the infant under his coat. He always been observed. Throughout Itecords show that on the average Europe, before the Itefonnntlon. special Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilor. (Whlto). was' sentenced on the kidnaping days were set apart as days of re sows will fa,rrow and raise more and success of tho undertaking. Sopt. 24 and 25 County and Stato Clerk N. II. Bratchcr. g .charge and sentence was suspended llglous thnnkf-glvlngbetter pigs In the second and subseThe American Police Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, on the second degree murder charge Thanksgiving day is traced back to the quent litter than they do the first. SCHOOL DISPUTES Marshal Ed. J. Bratchcr. (Colored). SETTLED BY FIGHTS Pilgrims. Since this is true it is usually a misStop coughing! You rack your Shortly after the landing of the Piltake to kill the mature sows that A new method Is said to bo proving lung3 and worry tho body. Ballard's grims, while .searching for n suitable have raised good litters unless there a Fucess in a Chicago school in cases Horehound Syrup checks irritation, place In which to build their homes, Js'soino good reason for discarding where schol children agree to disa-- j eals tho lungs and rcstorca comforta they one day camij upon some deerted her. gree to that trouble Is 25c, and Indian huts, In w hlch they found some It is well to study tho individual brewing. tho extentparticular school ble breathing. Price by 50cCoun-2- baskets filled with corn. From this In this Ohio 51,00 per bottle. Sold 2 very carefully before deciding to feupply they succeeded In saving enough Jy & nationalities are represented and ty Drug Compay. ! m to plant their first year's crop. breed her, and when she has raised a y4?H.vD' principal, Miss A. M. Hoggo, says: j e good litter she should bo further the In the spring of 1021 the seed corn 'XvVvfiar r BOOSTER fight out their FOR PERSONA!. HYftlFNF. was sown and Its growing watched developed and retained. After tho "Lotting the boys IX BAHXYAIU) nnl6usly by tho people of the little Dutolvod In water for dcuchct stop is tho best way in a school STRUTS first litter of pigs are weaned the sow troubles ours. Of course tho fights pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamas colony. To their great Joy, the harwill make an easy and fairly rapid such mation. vT U w City, Mo., Nov. 20. Now vest of tho following October wns a Finkhnm Recommended by Lydia E. must be fair. I never permit any Kansas Med. Co. for ten years. gain if properly fed and should con- bountiful one. Governor Bradford or- A healing wonder for ruwal catarrh, d roster! serious injuries. A black eye or two tho unue in growin ami nuigia rijsin. uj is usually legs, a dered a three dajs' feast In celebration sore throat nnd sore oye Economical. tho limit." At the latest With four perfectly-shape- d to the time she farrows tho second "Inordinary danima and gtmuckUl powrr. quarrel Miss Hoggo acted as second to rooster is parading tho thereof. Wild turkeys, geese, ducks lSarjlo Frea. 5fts. all nijaiti, or IwTiJ by Children litter. H. H. Burres, of Harris, nnd water fowl, corn bread and vege- ymail. Thn PitonTo3rt Comwar. IW.I00, Kltw. J Considering the present price of both combatants and also referee. barnyard of tables no doubt formed the chief conA Safe Old Fashioned Time was called at Intervals to enabld Mo., acordlng to a letter written by stituents of their fenst, not to speak nrM nvnn tlin nnrlf lina flrnnnm! In Remedy for Worms nrlpp. tnn nvfirncn farmer will (In the combatants to rest and rinse out "Burres to Superintendent of Parka W. of the five deer brought In by a tribe Seventy, five years th?ir mouths. The "bully" of the t H. Dunn, offering to sell tho rooster of friendly Indians. well to produce a reasonable quantiis the best test!, school was licked, which the referee to the Swopo Park Zoo. This festival Is supposed to be the monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE ty of hogs. said was a good thing. The supcrln- Dunn said tho offer would bo do- - flrst,real Thanksgiving day from which can offer you. Keep a bottle always on tendent of schools declared Miss - cllnetl as tho city does not deslro any we ,dato our celebration. This celeSelect and Care For Your Seed Corn Hoggo's hand. It will help keep bration, although without doubt the SsJ method tho most successful' freak animals in the zoo. the litde ones healthy Lexington, Ky., Nov. 22 In the origin of our national Thanksgiving over tried in that school and ho is and happy. spring of 19 IS the farmers of Ken- -' heartily In day, may be looked upon ns merely n 30cabottleatyourclniggitt'aor MOTHER PUTS BABY favor of It. general note; or if your dealer observance, being held by the tucky experienced nn extreme short-ag- o OX ItKD HOT STOVE local can't upplyyou.ientlhiicama Plymouth colony only. They were the In seed corn. The Collego of Agand 30c in ilimni and we'll Sureecd whin evcrythleg else falls. end you a bottle promptly. forerunners of less local celebrations In nervous prostratioa nnd ftmrde ( riculture urges at this time that the New York, Nov. 20. After sho had In Massachusetts and gradually In othLiS. FREY, EiltJscre. MJ. veaknesse they are the supreme prepare to tako care of iarmers will been arrested accused of placing her er colonics, for In 1G30 n public . remedy, ci thousands have testlfiej. their seed corn so that they will at boy on a red hot stove, Thanksgiving day was observed In 'FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND j For Infants and Children ' least bring thru tho winter what they nvoBri.Ai'vu'irDrMim t? Mrs. Grace Randell told the Brooklyn Boston by the Lay colony, and again En Use For Over Years police tonight that her husband,whom In 1C31. have already saved. If seed corn has it h the best medicine ever cold During tho next fifty years there already been selected In the field, it Always bears Sjft over 0 druggist's counter. s,l loves "better than anything else the 22 public Thanksshould receive good caro thruout the Signature of -&&& In tho world," had treated her cooly were as many as WILL giving days uppolnted In Massachuwinter in order that It will properly slnco tho child was born. TAKE In October or Novemsetts, usually -- o-e develop when planted next spring. The child, takon from the top of a ber, after tho gathering In of the harSCORES MODERX CITY Usually ncr more than one-ha- lf of the stove by police whom neighbors sumvests, or to celebrato some public AS EDITION OF PAGAXISM. ears selected at first will come up to moned, may dia from its burns, hos- - benefit It did not become a regular A Prominent Nurse Testifies tho desired standard after they have pital physicians said. Tho husband Is holiday until a long time afterward. A Trealmenl Covinoton, Kt.' I have een Columbus, O., Nov. 20. "A mod serving a sentence dried out. Since this is true it is In 1789 Washington Issued tho fain jail. recommending Dr. Pierce's Favorito city is a new edition of paganism.' for WEAK .necessary to save much more than ern mous Thanksgiving proclamation recPrescriptThis characterization was made by :.tj LUNGS ommending Thursday, November 20, COX VICT SILEXT 10 YEARS will bo needed for planting in order ion to my smsKHHWiawr or as a national day to bo devoted to patients that it can be carefully selected next tho Itev. John F. Grimes, lojal Meth CONSUMPTION odist Episcopal clergyman, sermoniz - ( Twenty-fiv- o nnd per-- s years ago J, P. Hanloy prayer and Thanksgiving. Washing spring. onaI ton's example was followed by other Many tests of two lots of seed lng on "Tho World Confusion in the was commitod to the Massachusetts friends for Presidents. 8tat0 priSOn for stealing $84 worth of which appears alike when gathered Present Hour." A quick rcltel (or that tired, too down treltoc In 1803 President Lincoln appointed years, ever coucht, paint (a cheit. nlshl weals, hemor "There is no Sabbath," he continu- - shoes. Ho medo several attempts to have shown that where 0110 of them tho fourth Thursday in November at since it rethagei. weak lungs or coniumpllon. II il does 'escapo and was also discovered In a tho national Thanksgiving day. Since If promptly dried and properly kept e(i Sj stored ma not http you It coats you nothing. The show houses aro crowdod and counterfeiting scheme, for which his then tho day has been observed anto perfect dry during the winter, the other left lock box 016 OHIO MEDICAL GO. tho churches neglected prison sentenco was prolonged. Be- - nually without Interruption. columbur q in the crib, that the seed recelvelng a "Commorciallsm has crowded tho cause a fellow-conviinrevealed to thn good care will give considerable 5 very serss crease the following year. This in- churches to the suburbs and the rent- - warden a plan for escapo which Han-In- g ious agitator raves from a soup tox ley had communicated to him in see-o- n with creased yield has been brought about the corner where the church stood, ret, Hanloy began a spoech-- f ast and inward V-VE-- a due to tho prompt drying and better trouble. "The immigrant of today comes on- - has not said a word for 10 years, caro through the winter. In one In every iramxca? xn02i osozmfc instance that I havo known women to case 400 ears were divided into two ly to capitalize for himself whatever When he was released the other day Fauswrc. sHttsstnct tak,e Dr. Pierce's Favorito PrescripSHSMHSVSJ) America has to offer and has no sym- - he found that ho had Io3t the power equal parts; ono boing well taken tion for feminine weakness, or if in care of and the other placed In the pathy for our laws and our lnstltu- - of speech and he could communicate need oi a special tonio during expectwoo pnany; only in writing. Tiarn where corn is ordinarily kept. tlons." ancy, it has never failed in giving the' Mc$ on smsc following year tho well cared for Tho utmost satisfaction. It is a woman!s seed gave a yield on poor soil of 12 medicine that can be depended upon 3O0000C00O00O&0O0OO9OC9OO0OO0OO0: per cent more than the seed that to relieve nervous conditions, besidss mmem ocrj men i a building np and strengthening the irrurv uniu ii fini was left, out of the crib, which yield u nnu iim JWVfc 03X4. entire womanly organism. I shall ed 27 por cent on the fertile soil, WOULD NOT LIVE THREE MONTHS" always prtlso Dr. Pisvoe's Favorite Feel.rlcht all tho time. Don't lay ofl notwithstanding tho fact that both Prescription most highly." M n a . from work for days by taking calomel Mr. Harold W. Schmidt, Box 08, lots of seed germinated equally well. "FEEL 8 PiTTiE Elliott, 1413 Kendall St. when pleasant Liv- - Vtr-La- x Breeso, Clinton Co., III., believes keeps yo A Day of Nature. It is possible to select seed corn K he has reason to praise Dr. Hart-man- 's LIKE Thanksgiving day Is our one .naFavorito Prescription should havo on your feet, while roliovingyour troubi Remedy for Catarrhal conin tho fall, leave it out in tho barn or tional festival that turns on home the full oanfldenco of every woman in Jo. Safer too, and easy to take. Don"t ditions. tako anything else, xou can't afford crib where It will bo exposed to tho GIANT life. It is not a day of eccleslastlcul Amorica because in contains no alcoft. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By "Itued elrtl tnonthi for Chroslo SINCE hol and no narcotic. Doctor Ilcrco tem and relieves constipation. A nat change of weather and have this corn saints. It Is not a patriotic anniverDtoncbUI CUrrh. I do not get Uied. feel Ilka 3 (runt, di tlx poucdi over normil weight ina USING sary. It Is not a day celebrating u knew, whan he first mado tills standard germinate well the next spring; but urnl remedy, natural in its actions; sure able to work eittf diy. In March, lis. I medioine, that whisky and morphias in its effect and certain in results. 1 religious event. It Is a day of nature and took to g this should not be taken as sufficient mrbed. Thejr itldlluir.il. and would not were injurious, and so ho has always won't b lone before iru-Lb wIl It Is a day of thanksgiving for th igwirceiDomuia Aiieruunga coopio evidence that leaving the corn In tho of and a box of Man a Ho Tableti, year's history. And it must pivot oti kept them out of bis remedies, Dr. completely displaco calomel in everj crib over winter is a good thliu v.t. ,. pivuuu uu iu Mjrca mooin went back to work. Mr o Pierce's Favorito Prescription can bo homo.t; Children can tako it freely an) tho household . . . Remember God trpubls waidua to Chroslo CaUrrh of the aoie and throat, which 1 had tea jean, extending down Into the bronchial tubct. Thero is moro to good seed than simbounty brought tho year. String tlm Srooured in all drag stores in either with perfect Bafety. Every bottlo guar, "l'e-r- u na waa my life aaver." anteed. 60c and l in bottles Non tablet" form. ply germination, as tho gorm may pearls of Ills goodness. Give tills oiu Send 10 cents to Doctor Pierce's genuine without tho likenesa and signsi A HALF CENTURY IN USE duy to thanks, to joy, to gjatltudo.-r-Hen- ry still be alivo so that it will germinate; Invalids' Hotel in Buffalo, N. Y., for turo of L. K Grijjsby. For salo by r " SOLD EVERYWHERE I iABUiaUKUUUlU Ward Beechcr. trial packsgo of the tablets, , but by poor treatment through tho oecsceoscooeocsoosoooooa m ro C. k fc j Popto-AIongan, PERCHED ON 'A HIGH STOOL IN AN OFFICE Another King Who Is About Lose His Crown. o DIRECTORY PBHBlEsi lC!BSBf!I3wWJE5a3l Soy-Uca- ns Pe"pto-Manga- r h& $656,-000.00- Pepto-Manga- an Pepto-Manga- n" TALE $112,-000,00- n. . pSvcry Woman Wanls Mothers use y a FOUR-LEGGE- D TBVS w7i ( four-legge- full-gro- venmi we For the contin-uousu- & M ot I CASTOR iA m ii i 30 9tOj yy.jmmm I YOtU OUR iipl GERMINAL REMEDY w soreral FORGONE MONTH ct health after 111-ne- MMtft(& vjm USE LI R-L AX For Lazy Liver and the Troubles ol Constipation. eun utn r mn a ! Dot-tl- a ooo3oscoosoooo9oc Y -- "" John's t $ 4 4 4 4 4 Thanksgiving. shamed tho laggard A SOAG FOR THANKSG-IVIN- Thanksgiving. By T. C. Harbauah. In tho twilight of November, With Its follngo of gold, Comes the glad Thanksgiving Blest with customs dear and old; And beneath tho starry banner As It Moats from sea to see, gather, We a hnppy poopl Fears at rest, for nil nre free. By Willis Brnnlr John 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 early wns his day begun. breakfasted by candle light. And tolled nflcld till sot of sun. Then by tho glow u. lantern shed His cows wore- milked, his stock wfts fed, And nil his evening choics were done Deforo ho tumbled Into bed. Eddy night, lie So Summer is gone, m mt tio r? Autumn is here; This is the harvest For all the year. Corn in the crib, oats in the bin, Wheat is thrashed, barley drawnin; Apples arc barreled, nuts laid to dry; Frost in the garden, winter is nigh. Father in Heaven, thank. Thee for all. Winter, and springtime, summer .and - GALL ON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we tful 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 .4 4 One autumn morning, on his way, Tho parson stopped and urged him so To eomo to church Thanksgiving Day That John at last resolved to go. But to tho parson's deep regret. Ho still denied Creation's debt. "What thanks," said John, "do farmers owo For working hard for all thoy got?1 In church that day John Eddy dreamed He saw tho tun In splendor rise, Vet from a thankless world. It seemed. No welcomo went to greet tho sklrs; No chirping Insect votco was raised; Tho birds In heedless silence gazed; And there, before his wondering eyes. A morning enmo unsung, unpralsed. Then fall Stltettd Not a hand In nil the nation. In the Hnst or In tho West, Oars the mansion or the cottaga To tho nlad Thanksgiving guest; From the balmy, kindly Southland To the nodding pines of Maine, Nature, filled with joy and triumph, Spreads lior annunl feast again. LET ALL REJOICE For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. , B 4 4 4 4 4 4 t t t Taking Courage From the Spirit of the Pilgrims. Surely the People of Today Have More Causes for Thankfulness Than They Possessed, To us it certainly seems as though the Pilgrims had little to be thankful for. If the settlers In Plymouth could "sacrifice tlio sacrifices of thanksgiving" In 1021, what, prny, ought wo to do In this year of our Lord? Think of the blessings which we enjoy as the cominotiplac-eof tho day, of which the Pilgrims never even dreamed I A vnst territory mastered, surveyed nnd thickly settled abundant treasures ol farm, mine, forest and mill poured out s 4 4 rolling thunder shook tho land; "Ungrateful world!" It seemed to 4. say; 4 Anil from above n mighty hand 4 Swept down and bore the sun 4 away. f 4 Too late tho field and forest vied 4 t In pleading song; In vain they cried For one sweot hour of blessed 4 day. t 4 Which tardily thoy glorified. 4 4 i 4 t 2 Wo are thankful orchards, golden harvests. Fence and love from "strand to strand; 'Neath November's robes of beauty Hidden lies the warrior's sword, And tho ollvo branch Is hanging O'er tho nation's festal board. That have crowned our cherished for the blessings land-Frui- BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fta, IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in- THE If You John Eddy, waking, spoke as one Who entertained a novel thought: I 4 "How little man himself has donol t How much for him has Nature 4 wroughtl 4 What lavish gifts of sun and 4 4 shower 4 Thanksgiving comes, or como It 4 ought, 4 4 To fructify tho field and flower! 4 Not once n year, but every hour." 4 (& 1010, Western Newspaper Untun.) 4 4 4 WHY GIVE THAIS Manifold Blessings Accorded to This Nation. Surely One Needs Only a Few Moments' Reflection to Realize the Causes for Gladness. It Is written of Plato that, "looking through the dim speetucles of nnture. lie gave thnnks to God for throe things: First, that he was created a xiinu and not a Least Second, that he was horn n Grecian and not a barbnrlan. Third, that he was born a posslblo philosopher." If this represents the pngnn Ideal of gratitude, It Is In marked contrast to tho Christian Ideal. A boastful spirit lias no place in true thanksgiving to 3od. Tho Pharlseo who went up to the temple to pray and thanked God that ho was not as other men, was roundly rebuked by Christ for his presumption. Tho last placo for one to display his egotism should bo beforo the throno of God. "Whosoever will bo great among you, let him bo your minister," said Christ. It is a time tor truo humility of spirit Now that this nation has grown rich beyond tho dreams of tho austere pioneers, do Americans of today recognize tho source of their manifold blessings, and will they with true humility acknowledge their gratitude to tho giver of all good gifts, "forgetting not all his bcncllts?" America Is today the richest and most powerful nation of the earth, and It is tills very opulence that leads tho people, most liberally blessed of all, to neglect to remember tho sourco of good. In days of opulence and power men aro prone to put their trust in themselves and to underestimate those Influences that hnvo niado them great. Ingrntltudo has been called tho most popular sin In tho world, because it Is tho result of selfishness, or egotism or ambition or whatever tho case may be. Nations, being an aggregation of Individuals, In their days of power hnvo a tendency to trust in themselves and to disregard tho laws of God. Pittsburgh Dispatch. Joys to Come. for human uses Innumerable Inven lions harnessed to the service of hu Aye, from mountain unto mountain man elilclency nnd comfort a grenl 'Neath the Union's starry dome republic "conceived In liberty and ded To the feast we spread this autumn Did tho absent welcome home; leuted to the proposition that nil men the board uro created equal" free political, edu Round the brightestwhero all are merry sunlight play; Let cntlonnl, nnd religious institutions, With the lovo-kc- y of Thanksgiving Open every heart today. and unparalleled, hitherto unknown successfully established n hlghei grndo of material well being, a wider diffusion of culture, n nobler Ideal ol happiness, n finer conception of de mocracy, achieved for all the people, than tho world hns ever seen before I It Is true, of course, that not nil IllJ "' ahave been suppressed, nor all blessings won. But because we hnvo not yd Hall the hallowed Thanksgiving Which achieved everything Is no reason why 'TIs their tho Pilgrim Fathers gave: legacy forever we should not he glnd that we have On tho land and on the wave; much Because we have nm Then, as Freedom's chosen people. achieved We our destiny fulfill. yet won the goal of life Is no rensnB, May the Future's sweet Thanksgivings why we should not rejoice tnnt we Find us grander, greater still, hnve ndvttuced! The world todny It 1350, Weatcrn Newip&per Union.) It ever has been beforo better than Men hnvo Ic suffering, greater happl ncss and nobler opportunity than lr. Humanity Is s.tll nny enocli past. fighting the same persistent Ills nnC seeking the snmo Illusive goods, bill In new fields nnd on higher levels. Tho sonl still lies fur nhead, but be hind Is a long road of miseries con PEOPLE MUST HAVE TURKEY quered and battles won. -1 K1 EZ HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ' ' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , t. -- WHEN TROUBLE AIN'T w,..-A . t " Thanksgiving Offering From a Grateful Heart tiord. we who set the furrow deep, And now, the seeds of Industry, For the rich guerdon that we reap Give thanks to Theei who moke the anvils ring, Ird, worlvo and weld laboriously, Who torage our labors bring Olvo thanks to Theei For all the Lord, we who watch the spindles ply. The shuttles Hying; dizzily, For every boon our efforts buy Give thanks to Thee! JJord, we who build with busy hand Of wood or stone unceasingly, , For whatsoe'er our arts command Give thanks to Theei Lord, we who delve In under-eart- h Far from Thy sunlight fair and free, For whatsoe'er we win of worth Qlvo thanks to Theet Lord, wo who hoist the straining sail. And plow the green' waves of the sea, For what our stormy tasks avail Give thanks to Theei Lord, we the tollers of the brain, Who clutch at dreams that cling For whatsoever heights Qlve thanks to Thee! or flee, we gala Lord, we Thy children, small and great. Beneath Thy care, where'er it be. The while Thy grace we supplicate. Give thanks to Thee! Clinton Bcollard, In the Outlook. 4 Therefore, Give Thanks. Thnnks to tho providenco of God ni it has worked In history and to the work of bravo men who bellovcd the wero children of God, tho petty cola ntes aro now ono nation. Of that nation tho meanest citizen, the most fool Ish, tho weakest and- - tho poorest, hat every right and privilege befqro tht law which belongs to the strongest, tin richest ond tho. wisest, though ho we bora in tho purple' of luxury. Always Willing to Pay High Prices for i the Chief Feature of Thanks "Go long, Mlstah Trouble, giving Dinner. Ah don' know you no' mo'; New Tork spends about $3,000,000 You all pestered me ernough An Av've quit you sho.' on its Thanksgiving dinner, with turkey as Its chief feature.. The dealers say if It cost a dollar per pound "Yo' sho' done mo dirt they would sell Just about as many, An' pressed me mighty hard; Turkey on Thanksgiving is traditional But Ah don" know you any mo'; in America, and tho farmer knows It Now Uncle Sam's man pard. lie fattens his best birds and saves them for this day. Without realizing " It tho fanner thus corners tho mnr "Me an' HIm's in business now, An' doin'. mighty-wellket until tho prlcq gets high enough. Then ho sells. But the people will Ah am buyln' Sabin' Stamps have their turkey and this year the An he has em to sell. dealers expect n greater demand than ever, although they are selecting "So dat makes us partners, smaller birds in order to meet it. Beats fo' aces sho;' Tho great part of the city's turkey supply comes from tho Middle West-Indi- ana, An' Ah don' know you Trouble, Mary, Ohio and Michigan. Don' know you any mo.' land nnd Kentucky send large consignments. This year "turkey specials" "Any partners aro run from St. Louis. A year ago In Uncle Sammy's biz one of these trains brought 82,000 Don' nebber no know trouble, birds for the local market. But is happy as Ah is." Vast numbers of turkeys aro raised In Missouri-anTexas. Tho product of the latter state, whero tho birds YANKS WIN" ANOTHER feed on sago and sunflower seeds, Is STIFF SAILING RACE highly regnrded. According to reports, however, the output of both of these The Esperanto a schooner of Glousections has been effectively cornered cester, Mass., commanded by Capt. this year. "Marty" Welch, beat the Nova Sco-tia- n schooner Delawana In the secForgetting the Pumpkin Pie. Not ond international series between the A cup and two rival fishermen. were the fruits of tho victory, which was attributed by Capt. Welch to a heavy wind which favored his vessel. Tho match, which covered a course, was exciting up to the Inst. The Dolawana put up a splendid fight. ; one-what'- s 40-ml- lo (By Caroline McCarty.) Met ole MIstab, Trouble Comin' down de street; Ho stopped t tell me howdy An' smile at me so sweet. 4"A'tttttttt fiteerlng full-blood- ed HARTFORD, KENTUCKY In various ways, and the dian couplo were first brought to pub-H- e practlco ought to be stopped. notice during the past summer oe when Mrs. De Noya is said to havo administered a severe drubbing to tho INDIAN WIFE ASKS $250 MONTH ALtiUONY correspondent named when sho discovered her "vamping" tho Redskin. Colorado Springs, Col., Nov. 20. Naming a white girl of this city as COURT CROWD SERVES AS JURY; ACQUITS MAW correspondent Mrs. Odell De Noya has filed suit for divorce from WesToledo, O., Nov. 20 For tho first Osage ley Do Noya, both Indians. It is believed to be the first time, it Is said, in the history of local suit of Its kind in the history of Col- courts a Police Court Judge today-passeorado courts. ballots thru the court room The pair were married in WInfleld and asked the spectators to write the-- ' Kan., In 1D17. In her suit Mrs. De Noya asks for verdict dn the slips of paper. Of tho thirty-fou- r ballots twenty-seve- n $250 a month a'ilmony, declaring that wero marked "not guilty." Tho her husband's income from valuable oil lands in Oklahoma approximates prisoner, on trial for alleged bribery. wa3 declared not guilty by tho Judge, ?l,0O0 per month. The domestic difficulties of the In James Austin. d Children Cry for Fletcher's She Kind You Have .Always Bought, and which has been 4,-0- 00 and has been made under his per-suPervlsla since its infancy. uow no one to deceive you in this. All Counterfeits, Imitations and " " are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. in use for over over jtf ClLjCJ&75jfasrficaryjr. 30 years, has borne the signature of BOnal - Just-as-go- In France all roads more than 33 feet wide must be lined with trees on each side. - am GOVERNMENT PROFITEERING Whon the postal savings act was passed twq per cent was considered a Just rate of Interest on money deposited by the people. Now Uncle Sam invests the depositors' money in bonds bearing about five per cent, thus clearing three per cent profit. This is why tho postal savings system has boen able to boast a "profit" ot over a million and a half dollars a year. It is tho children who aro hit know bethardest, as tho grown-up- s ter than to put their money In such unprofitable securities. The government has set a bad example ot pro- - Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Drop3 and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant It contains neither ppium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its 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 Feverlshness arising: therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowels, aids the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. What is CASTOR! A GENUINE CASTORIA Bears the Signature of ALWAYS The pudding bubbled in the pot, The turkey In the oven Puffed up so high; the pumpkin pie Cried out, "Hey, stop your shovlnT' The taters In the saucepan Danced a jig; against the lid. popped ond skipped and Cranberries hopped And sauced the rest they did. The kitchen tins were all agog. The kettles all Sl'o wonder boy and girl allvel Thanksgiving dinner's coming! )M W7'JOT LZV afraid there feeding me too well. Thanks giving must be coming. A GLOOMY OUTLOOK I'm Turkey: C6a&$f?grf:J In Use For Over 30 Years Th Kind You Have Always Bought ( lKiissisisssstlsiEr wSfsfc'5!rM sTwiiKlslslRlislsSPKflslsfcsisO Li I tat H . K OVAL IS NOW GOING ON! Everything at bargain prices all over the store. No reduction less than 10 per cent. In most cases the reductions are as much as 30 per cent. Buy everything you need, as quick as you can. The sooner the better. Men's Suits and old men. For the young men, middle-age- d Men's regular $25.00 and $30.00 Suits Teduc- -$19-92.95 $4.00 Dress Shirts reduced to 3.95 $5.00 Dress Shirts reduced to 5.95 $8.00 Silk Shirts reduced to 7.95 $10.00 Silk Shirts reduced to 9.95 $12.50 Silk Shirts reduced to All sizes and all grades full now. Get in on our full stock and get what you need. Hi 27.95 Men's regular $35.00 Suits reduced to 31.95 Men's regular $40.00 Suits reduced to 34.95 Men's regular $45.00 Suits reduced to 39.95 Men's regular $50.00 Suits reduced to Men's Overcoats and Boys' Suits at reductions that will Interest you. edto 5 Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Men's Work Shoes Men's regular Men's regular .Men's regular Men's regular Men's regular $7.50 Work Shoes reduced to $8.00 Work Shoes reduced to $10.00 Work Shoes reduced to $12.50 Work Shoes reduced to $15.00 Work Shoes reduced to . . . . .. .$5.95 . 6.45 . 7.45 8.95 9.95 Men's Dress Shoes Men's regular $7.50 Dress Shoes reduced to . $ 5.95 Men's regular $9.00 Dress Shoes reduced to . . . 7.95 Men's regular $10.00 DressShoes reduced to . . . 8.95 Men's regular $12.50 Dress Shoes reduced to . . . 9.95 Men's regular $15.00 Dress Shoes reduced to .. 11.95 Big lot of odds and ends Dress Shoes out on tables at $3.95, $4.95 and $5.95. These shoes at the price are sure to interest the man who wants shoes. Men's Dress Shirts i Regular heights or high top Work and Hunting Shoes in this line. If you like real high class work Shoes we can supply you. Many broken lots of Work Shoes out on tables at $1.95, $2.45, $3.45; Big assortment of sizes 6 and-lVin this lot. z At substantial .r,. ,.nmiioi. 9 nn TWss Shirts reduced toto reductions in the price. ... .51.75 1.95. . (Our regular $2.50 Dress Shirts reduced ?uur regular jpo.ou uiesa ouuw icum.cw w ... ... S E .jSULPHUU SPRINGS BARNES (El BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. wm.xUKxm Report of tho Condition of Tho M the Corn gathering is the order ofvery most farms the yield is .feyon Z&aa iut a great deal of the Tate jilantlng is very sappy and will will r&a Ihard to get dried out so It nearly four years and a decline of $13 a hundredweight from the high level touched last July. General unsettlement in all livestock markets and lower quotations on feed grains and other commodities are given as the reasons for the continued losses In hog values. The undertone In the local market yesterday was weak and a further decline Rewas considered not .mprobable. ceipts were 1,509 head. Best begs 120 its. up Quotations? pigs 90 to 120 lbs., $9.50; $10.00; 90 pounds down $8.00; throwouts $S.O0 down. Cattle t Low Lctcl. The cattlo market continued lrag-g- y at the lowest level of the season. Market summary: Limited trade In butcher stock of all kinds. Canners and cutters slow; strong weight canners $3.00 3.25 down to $2.00 2.50 for lighter kind3. No change . Milch cow trade slow in bull values-and uneven. Light inquiry from all sources for feeders an"d stockers of all descriptions; common trashy stockers badly neglected at the lowest prices this year. Weak trade in heavy steers and buyers backward about taking hold at sharp declines compared to a week ago. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $9.00 10.00; heavy shipping 'steers $8.00 9.00; medium steers $7.00 $8.00; light steefs $5.507.00; fat heifers $5.008.25; fat cows $5.00 07.00; medium cows $4.00 5.00; cutters $3.25 4.00; canners $2.25 3.25; bulls $4.005.75; feeders $5.509.00; stockers $3.506.50; choice milch cows $85.00 100.00; medium $CO.0085.00; common $40 BANK OF HARTFORD Doing business at tho town of Hartford, County of Ohio, State of . Kentucky, at tho close of business on the 15 day of November l)20. Resources Loans and Discounts. . .$412,367.47 Overdrafts, secured and 1,678.20 unsecured Stocks, Bonds andother 35,050.00 Securities . 29,237.65 Due from Banks 7,875.42 Cash on hand Checks and other cash 93.18 items Banking House, Furni4,500.00 ture and Fixtures L. T. Hays who has been on the alcfclist for some time is able to be 437i rjaln. ' ms3 will move into same in the near fiatnrB. weIIs Tuesday ,by Holbrook .Cm, preparatory to cleaning out .&oUns the wells after which EkRrroDk. thinks he can produce EaniUTom W. A. Clark, of Sunnydale, OXr. !x32wiit Helton, of Dukehurst has a house and a few acres of ,... This new mast was raised at the nil and and Mr. oil proposed to sell it to a private company for $3,505000. Tho government paid out $100,000,000 for this "war baby," and so far has recovered about $9,400,000 on the plant. Uncle Sam has 100,000,000 pounds ol powder, or smokelets, d of the army's total supply, stored there and it Is estimated the powder is go"3d for only 15 years. It is claimed that the cost of its removal In case the plant Is sold would cat up much of the proceeds of the sale. The establishment Includes about 5,000 acres of land and a complete city for a population of 20,000 people, with furnished houses, sidewalks, water, lights and other conveniences. Can you raise the bid? one-thir- .... Report report from Supervising Agent T. E. Stono on tho reported violations. Officials said that analysis of beer Washington, Nov. 20. In announc- brewed In a numbor of places Is ndw ing seizure of tho Herancourt and bolng made, owing to repeated violaJackson brewing companies, of Cin- tions of tho law. mm cinnati, O., charged with browing ENGINE FOR .SALE. beer of moro than one-ha- lf A first class of 1 per power, J. I. cent alcohol today, lntornal revenue Case Traction Englno in good conofficials declared that all breweries dition, is to bo sold under orders of found guilty of making beer of moro tho Ohio County Fiscal Court. Soal-o- d than legal alcoholic content will be bids will bo received by County closed Immediately. Judge Mack Cook, up to 11 o'clock It was pointed out that tho officers A. M., December 8th, next. Englno and directors of tho Herancourt and may bo inspected, near tho Jail, HartJackson companies, If found guilty, ford. aro subject to a maximum fine of 0 Tho right to reject any 'and all or six months' Imprisonment bids is reserved. The bureau is awaiting a detailed MACK COOK, Com'r. 11EER MAKERS FACE CLOSING HIIEWERIES Y 0 15-hor- $1,-00- of tho Condition of Tho ItrThomas Johnson, living on the Xsxsa cf W. E. Baker, lost his house aaal tOraost all of his household goods Sty Slra Wednesday morning. Mrs. ba-2JtiSason being alone with a sick when the fire was discovered it very few saisol good headway and were sav-w- j. a Shelr household goods it was a total loss as there was 3- a psylng quantity. m Insurance IDUKEIIURST. 3aiss Alma Daughn Is spending the relatives at Adaburg. Mr. and Mrs. Rosal Park 'are the trvsna parents of a. little daughter, 'burn November 15th. 31r. O. P. Jones, and daughter, Miss 060. Calve3 were unchanged in price. of Washington, Mr. Fred Pat-Sn- a and family, of Horton attended Receipts were 89 head. Market: Best veals $11.5012.00; medium ?&areh at Concord Sunday. and Mrs. Bradley Thomas, of $6.00 9.00; common $4.00 5.00. ilc Sheep and Lambs Decline. jHnrttni, spent Sunday with their Sheep and lambs were In light dehere. . Charlie Whobrey of McHenry, mand and prices wore materially lowSty-er Receipts were 79 head. Harket: jras hero Monday on business. 3tr and Mrs. B. M. Coombs went Best sheep $3.00; bucks $2.00 down; tnu'Dwensboro this week, where Mrs. best lambs $9.00; seconds $4.50 'Cwiinbs will take treatment from a 5.00. Poultry. .dpmifcillst. Local produce dealers quote buyWisB "Nina Cornell spent from Sunday untn Tuesday with friends in ing prices as follows, net to shipper, the shipper paying freight and dray-ng- e tCcntertown and Hartford. charges. Itomnoy Helton and family Mr. Butter Country 27c pound. nauTetl to Sunnydale yesterday. . Poultry Hen 23 24c lb.; large spring chickens 23 27c lb.; small, 20 U.OU18VILLE MARKETS 30c lb.; old roosters 13 14c lb.; Quotations were called $1,25 a mundradwelght lower all thru the list young ducks 22c lb.; No. 1 turkeys wtt itu "Bourbon Stock Yards. Tho 3537c lb.; geese 18c lb.; guineas 30c each; young guineas 60c. a -- alump'tuok tho price of best hogs, all Rabbits $3. 26 3.50 dojen. .Tertsbts, to "$10;00, tho lowest hero in 31r. Smith Payne mnde a business tsi to Calhoun last week. Miss atra. Florence Allen and .Allen, of Hartford, visited "here Saturday and Sunday. Mag-Zlf- rc rela-cJi'M- H crat. with 2olc par-J20- I3 doing business at tho town of Rock-por- t, County of Ohio, State of . Kentucky, at the close of $ 40.000.00 ' business on 15th day of 25,000,00 , November 1920. Undivided profits, less-e- x penses and taxes paid. 2,881.06 Resources Deposits subject Loans and Discounts .$63,196.81 ' $202,075,10 to check Overdrafts, secured and DeposTime unsecured 1. 1,850.00 195,829.37 397,904.47 its Stocks, Bonds and other Due Banks and Trust 9,150.00 Securities 16.39 Companies 13,954.69 25,000.00 Due from Banks Bonds borrowed 7,822.02 Cash on hand Banking House, Furniture $490,801.92 Total 4,500.00 and Fixtures State of Kentucky,) )Sct. $100,473.52 Total County of Ohio, ) Liabilities We, J. W. Ford and C. O. Huntor, paid in, President and Cashier of tho above Capital Stock, $15,000.00 in cash named Bank, do solemnly swear that 5,134.56 Is true to the Surplus Fund the above statement Undlvfded Profits, less exbest of our knowledge and belief. penses and taxes paid 1,222.03 J. W, FORD, President. Deposits subject to check. 66,315.78 C. O. HUNTER, Cashtor. 16,096.81 Subscribed and sworn to before Time Deposits me this 24th day of November, 1920. Cashier's checks outstanding 1,704.34 My commission expires March 1, Redlq- Notes and Bills 1922. 5,000.00 counted MARGARET MARKS, Notary Public, Ohio Co., Ky. $100,473.52 Total Correct Attest: State of Kentucky,) W. FORD, J. )Sct. ROWAN HOLBROOK, 4 County of Ohio, T) C. O. HUNTER, Wo, A. D. Park and 0. H. Fralm, R. E. LEB SIMMERMAN, President and Cashier of the above Directors. named Bank, do solemnly swear that tho above statoment is true to the POWDER PLANT IS TO BE SACRIFICED best of our knowledge and belief. t A. D. PARK, President, C. H. FRAIM, Cashier. Intontlon of the If the announced Subscribed and sworn to boforo me secretary of war Is carried out the government stands, to lose $96,000,-00- 0, this 23 day of November 1920. My commission expires April 22, or almost 96 per cent on Its InL. T. REID, vestment In the "Old Hickory" pow-d- 1922. Notary Public. plant near Nashville, Tenn. It is Total $490,801.92 Rockport Deposit Bank Liabilities. Capital Stock paid In,.'. in cash Surplus fund Heating Stoves Moore's Airtight Heaters, Medium and Large size. Also, Moore's Heaters. The Radiant Home, two sizes. ay .. Ranges The Great Majestic Malleable Range. Moore's Famous Range in the Blue Enamel and Cheaper. Economist Ranges. No. 7 Step Cook Stoves. The Sellers Kitchen Cabinets. The best and highest quality made. 9x12 Rugs at right prices. Sewing Machines,. Edison Phonographs. ) x Road Wagons Owensbpro, Weber, John Deere. Both in light and medium sizes. Write us for prices. Gasoline Engines. 1 to 15 Horse Power. Feed Grinders. Corn Mills. Water Systems. Pumps. Lally Light Plants. Waterloo Boy Tractors. Buggies. Surries. Lime, Cement, ,,. Flooring, Ceiling, Weatherboarding, House Paint, Linseed Oil, Roof Paint. Write us for prices. We can give you quick Laths,-Plaster- , service. Fordsville Planing Mill Co. JAKE WILSON, Manager ' or FORDSVILLE, KENTUCKY. ' -- "TiiliiHnrHfiffrK