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XXXIII HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, oral Obregon declared thaOtho of 1917 dollvercd too much power to tho chief exedutlvo without providing sufficient responsibilities, and that It was tho exercise of these almost tyrannical powers by Carranza that led to it ho revolution against him. Tho proposed law would make tho President subject to trial If ho In any way restrained tho liberties of voters or attempted to prejudice elections, either federal or state; If ho exerted pressure upon Congress or tho Supremo Court to lnfluortco their actions; If ho nttacked tho sovereignty of any state; if he wcro a party to tho formal administration of public funds or concluded (treaties with foreign powers without tho consent of Congress. Tho various members of tho cabinet would bo made equally liable for not opposing the chief cxecutlvo In such Illegalities. I take tho oath of offlco with the profound feeling that I havo an immense (task boforo mo,' concluded the President-elec- t. "I Bhall strive to nd- mlnlster my offlco with duo regard to Justlco for all abiding by tho law and tho constitution. With the cooperation of the country at largo I hope to see unbroken pcaco and the prosperity of my country." Con-sttutl- on FRIDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1920. j posited In ,tho Walton's Creek CemeCADIZ HARD HIT tery. The Immodlato relatives surviving WERE TORTURED the deceased lady are her husband, a dec. 1 SECTION BORNEO The Womanless Wedding staged son 10 years of ago and a ill months nt tho Courthouse Thursday night, old daughter. Gendarmerie Officers State November 25, was a huge success ONE-DADamage Beyond $200,000; Mexican Leader Announces BAZAAR from all standpoints. Our former Haitian Outlaws MutiBROUGHT S.UCCESS Courthouse In Path; Policy On Eve Of His predictldn as to acting abilities of lated Yanks. the various individuals taking a part, Many Lose. Inauguration Tho Bazaar conducted by the Lawas tnoro than fulfilled. dles' Aid of the Methodist Church, in The mon who wero disguised as members of the fairer sex, tho Church basement last Tuesday, "Mexico Port Au Prince Haiti, Nov. 30. Mexico City, Nov. 30 Cadiz, Ky., Nov. 29 Sparks from in many, cases had it their was a success financially and other The naval court of Inquiry- - investiJ' will not ask admission to the Leaguo wives, (this Is not for their wlve3) wise. Quite a number of nice and a match dropped In a wooden shed. gating tho notions of tho American In many respects, of Nations, but should an Invitation for instance, tako valuabb articles wcro placed on sale where a gasoline engine hacP"bcen. Marines concluded Its hearing In Hai- Kelley Rlloy, to membership bo extended by tho Mut Hunter and even and well disposed of. Meals were kopt, ignited the shed, destroyed the leaguo, It would bo given consideraG o'clock ti today, with tho exception of Lieut. in the Cadiz Hotel, the Trigg County Court Rol Riley, they apeared so much more served at noon nnd Col. Hooker, of the gendarmerio, who tion." evening, Patronage from citizens of House and swept two entire business portly than thfiir better halves, not testified to the effect that 2,000 to mention many others. The cos- the town and those atending Court blocks of tho town, doing approxiThis declaration was made by Gen- of peaceful Haitians had been killed by Alvnro Obregon, prcsldent-eletumes worn by tho great majority was up to expectations. $141.30 was mately $200,000 damage here this afbandits In tho last few years. He wero dazzling tho republic, In an Interview today ternoon. The match Is said to have In splendor. Fine the sum realized from the bazaar. 1 declared that from March, 1919 to silks, dainty with tho Associated Press during" been dropped by a little negro boy. ribbons and bewitching ELLIOTT SHULTZ. October, 1919, largo farming and set- yellow which ho discussed various problems The volunteer fire department workcurls wero much In evidence, tlement areas were completely wiped as was paint, powder and rouge. Realthat will domand his attention whoa ed from 1:45 o'clock until 5 against On Thursday, Nov. 25, Mlss(CarrIe out by ununlformed bandits roam- ly was exceedingly ho assumes the presidency at mid-- s a high wind In an effort to difficult for the Jt ing about under the leadership of Elliott and Mr. Geobel J. Shultz, tlio flames. Rain which fellsubdue night tonight. audience to recognize many of the later desperate chiefs. Gen. Obregon said ho wns certain troupe, and nil who attended were were united In marriage at the homo helped make up for the low pressure that tho provisional government unColonel HooKcr, in his testimony, loud In their praise of the whole af- of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. In the pipes of theclty waterworks, gave a startling Idea of the mo.hods fair. Two performances were given, S. I. Elliott, Beaver Dam, Routo 4, and the cessation of the wind did der Presldont do la Huerta had not The bride wore peacock blue taf much to save requested such membership, and It of the outlaws citing nearly a dozen owing to the numbers atondlng. The the other two nearby was tho intention of hla government cases to show how marines and gen Courtroom was packed for tho first feta, the attendants were Miss Martha city blocks. Insurance in the burnto contlnuo this policy of aloofness, darmes captured by bandits were mu performance, yet not filled to tho dis Elliott, Memphis, Mr. Earl Taylor, ed district Is placed at from $75,000,-t- o in "his attitude being that Mexico tilated. He said that in every In- comfort of the audience, as the doors Beaver Dam. Miss Edith Austin. Bea $100,000. The county court house m making overtures for membership in stance they were decapitated arid were closed when It was seen that not ver Dam and" Mr. Douglas I. Elliot, was erected at a cost of $40,000. humil- sins c. morton tho leaguo would engage In a their vital organs removed and scat all could be accommodated. At tho Memphis. Business houses destroyed includTho homo was decorated In white ed iating act entirely Inconsistent with DIES SUDDENLY tered along the trails. the Farmers' Bank, the second performance tho houso was and green, white chrysanthemums Wilkinson department store, Turner's its traditional national pride. Tho Hollo-wayTwo marines were burned to death about three-fourtfilled. green plants forming a beautiful correspondent was received In Gen-or- al Mrs. L. C. Morton died at her nftor torture, Colonel Hooker as32rt-e- d. men's furnishing store, Boyd's part and While all of those who had a background for the ceremony which Obregon's homo adjacent to home In Centertown, Tuesday morn produce Ho testified that a lieutenant In the entertainment, directly, as store, Hamlin's garage, was performed by Rov. W. G. Wal 'Chapultopec Cattle, tho 'presidential ing at 3 o'clock, of heart failure, af- had been killed, the heart and liver Adam's restaurant, Hendricks' groactors, therein, were males yet the lace, of Rochester. residence, where for several weeks ter having retired the night before distributed and eaten, and the brains management of cery, Cunningham's livery stable, the affair was entireImmediately following the cerebecauso of a slight In hor apparent usual good health. removed to groase bullets for the ly In the president-elec- t the hands of Ladies, members of mony dinner was served to the guests Parents Sons' produce house, the resiindisposition has conducted his af- Funeral services conducted by Rev. bandits' guns. The records, he said, dence of T. F. McBride and other Association and the Parent-Teachonly the Immediate fairs. General Obregon, who Is In J. J. Wlllett were held at the Center-tow- n showed that thlrty-jtwgendarme of- due to their untiring efforts the net which Included small buildings and offices. Tho fire families of tho bride and groom. tho best of health now, prefaced his Baptist Church Wednesday ficers wore killed. is said to have b'een the largest In tho sum of $180.00, was turned Into the Sir. and Mrs. Shultz left Friday for discussion of Mexican probloms with morning nt 11 o'clock, ofter which sergeant of ma- treasury of tho association. Dorcas Williams, a history of Trigg County. Detroit, Michigan, where they will an expression of gratitude for tho the remains were laid to rest In the rines accused of killing Gamier Jean The Cadiz Bank building was badly reside. courtesy shown him by the hundreds Cemotcry at that place. damaged, but was not destroyed. All PENDLETON WOOTEN last year, today entered emphatic de' of American visitors who aro In Mexbuildings were two stories except the Mrs. Morton was a splendid typo nial of guilt. He declared Jean's CENTERTOWN MINE ico City for his Inauguration. womanhood and will be houso was midway botween tho banof high-clas- s hotel, athree-stor- y Miss Mary Laura Pendleton and structure. County FOREMAN INJURED "It Indicates a better feeling be greatly missed In her community. Be- dits arid gendarmes during a battle at Mr,. Goodeli Wooten wero Joined In authorities report $25,000 insurances tween tho two countries, which wlllJ sides her husband sho Is survived by Malssade, and hearing that Jean was wedlock last Friday afternoon at 2 on the court house. The fire was un Claud Chapman, Mine Foreman for continue to grow," ho said. ono daughter, Mrs. J. L. Smith and tatimats with the marauders ho called o'clock, at the homo of the bride's Rockport' Coal Company, at Cen- der control at nightfall. Appreciates Difficulties. a son, E. Mf Morton, both of Cen- him. He testified Jean appeared father, on Union Street.. Rev. Rus- the regulations, tho labor tertown. There also survives Mrs. with a towel around his neck and a sell Walker performed the ceremony tertown, was caught under a motor GROVER RENDER. Petroleum Wednesday,3ufferlng painful Injuries. .situation, radicalism and his propos- Morton, ono sister, Mrs. Laura Mor- blanket about his stomach, showing binding the nuptial knot, In the Mr. Chapman was plnnloned in, water, ed legislative projects were discussed. ton, Llvermore, also three brothers, ho had been wounded. Williams as- presence of only a few fmmedlato where he was held for five hours beGrover Render, aged 30 years, died, "The great problom I face as tho Cortls Rowe, of Benton, Fonza Rowe, serted Jean was in his office while he friends of the parties. fore rescued. Barring some sort of at the home of his brother, Penny The bride is tho accomplished and complication, ipext Mexican executive Is that of ge- of Bowling Green and Alvln Rowe, (Williams) was patrolling and that the Injuries are not Render, at McHenry, Nov. 25, after neral reconstruction," he declared. "I of Centortown. he learned upon his return Jean was pleasant daughter of Dr. Eugene B. deemed of a serious nature and early being ill a considerable length of Thoso attending the funeral from dead. Pendleton, of this city, and at the recovery is expected. liavo reflected my attitude toward vatime, of a complication of rheumatism Jules Andre, a gendarme lieutenant date of hor marriage was an esteem rious problems in a sorlea of projects out of tho community were a3 foland erysipelas. Mr. Render was mm which I havo already submitted to lows: Mrs. Henry Hocker, Owons- - produced a copy of official letters ed member of the faculty of the local BRADIE PARTON HELD forced to relinquish a position in Deboro; Rev. J. A. Bennett and Mrs. purported to have been written by the Graded and High School. Mr. Wooten Congress for consideration. ON SERIOUS CHARGE troit, MJch., some time ago on ac"Of first interest to Americans, of Rex O'Flynn, Utica; Mrs. T. R. Bar- Justice of the peace at Malssade say- Is the son of Mrs. M. M. McCormick, count of poor health, when he recourse, is tho oil problem and In this nard, Island; Mrs. Katie Robertson, ing Jean had been killed during a residing near Hartford, and an in Bradlo Parton, a young man of turned to his home country. connection I mlghit say that Articles Moorman; Mr. and Mrs. John Bell, boijtlo with gendarmes. Two othor dustrious and progressive farmer. Burial of tho remains took place near Asklns, this County, was arXIV and XXVII will not be abrogat- Miss Margarot Marks,, Mr. J. C. Riley, native witnesses testified they saw Mr. and Mrs. Wooten left at once rested on a charge of rape, upon a at Independence, at noon, on the day ed. But I am suro that within a Dr. J, R. Plrtlo, C. O., Hunter, Lewis Jean in the gendarm'e office, but were for Louisville, Nashville, Chattanooga warrant issued from tho Brecken-rldg- e following his death. short time a commission will bo ap Fulkerson and Joe 0. Bennett, of without evidence to support the and other points, where they' aro to j County Court, and conveyed to pointed to regulate tho application of Hartford and Mrs. Margaret Hat chargo against Williams. spend several days with relatives and Hartford Wednesday morning, by LOUISVILLE MARKETS field, Llvla. ' Admiral Henry T. Mayo, president friends. As they row .their bark ojer Walter Burden, Marshal of Fords-vlll- e. these articles. m of the court, announced tho hearings the-- sea of life, on tho voyago lying "I do not lntond to make any Parton was placed in Jail here Cattle Market practically at a Congress regarding HARTFORD GIRLS LOSE would be resumed In Washington. out and beyond, they possess the best and will be conveyed to Hardlnsburg standstill on common trashy stockera WHILE BOYS TAKE ONE petroleum matters beyond urging wishes of their friends, numbered by today, by Sheriff Bratcher. and a large number of these light, ORTKIES IS GIVEN those who know them. that tho commission bo established thin In flrsjt hands. Undertone about Tho Hartford High School Girls 94,000 IN DAMAGE MARRIAGE LICENSE and that all parties concerned ds giv steady In heavy steer division with; en fair and Just treatment. I feel Journeyed to Caneyvlllo last RECENTLY ISSUED the strictly prime ripe kinds offered. DOUBLE WEDDING -- Qrtkles they dropped a oneThe case of against certain that this problem ultimately TAKES PLACE HERE Fair clearance noted. will bo settled to tho entire sath fac- sided basket ball game to tho Fed-or- al the Broadway Coal Mining Company L, A. Pierce, Fordsvllle, to Lucre-tl- a Quotations: Prime heavy 'steers High Girls' Quintette, of that which has been on the Ohio Circuit A. Moxley, Fordsvllle. Mr. Owen C. Sandefur, of Beaver tion of all concerned." $9 10; heavy shipping steers $8 place, by the scort of 24 to 14. Tho Court Docket for some time, the trial Dam and Miss Audrey Z. Brown, of G. J. Shultz, Detroit, Mich., to Car- 9; rmedlum steers $7 8; light steers Asked what he considered tho most of which was completed Tuesday, re- Cool Springs, Mr. Heavrin Brown, of rie Elliott, H. 4, Beaver Dam. significant results accomplished by game was played on an out-do$6.607; fat heifers $68.50; fat Jesse Lynch, Olaton, to Myrtle cows $G7.50; medium cows the new Mexican government, which court, and being altogether new to sulted in a verdict for the plaintiff Cool Springs and Mjlss Effle Fulteam, was perhaps quite in the sum of $4,000. Action was kerson, of Pond Run, came to Hart- Daniel, Olaton. Retires tonight, Gcnoral Obregon anutters $3.25 Scanners $2.50 3.25 G. R. Wooten, Hartford to Mary bulls $4 swered that undoubtedly its greatest a handicap, although that fact Is not based upon n claim for personal ford Wednesday, procured marriage 6; feeders $6 9; Blockers caused by falling slate in the license, and went to the home of Rev. Laura Pendleton, Hartford. work was tho pacification of the re- offered as an alibi. The girls report ?3.506.50. public, which he added "is a sequence a most pleasant time and their treat- Company's mine at Simmons. The R. E. Fuqua, on Frederlca Street, Willie Sanders, Fordsvllle, to Stel- Calves Market rule active on the to tho revolutionary movement of last ment at the hands of both players Company's strongest point and de- where Rev. Fuqua performed the a Peckenpaugh, Fordsvllle. best veals at $1112. Slow trade and spectators was most courteous fense in the premises was the fact ceremony uniting the two couples In Clayton Wallace, Simmons, to Vina summer." on common calves; medium to good-calve- s The Institution of economical meth- and hospitable, while In the metropo- that it had formerly made a settle- wedded bliss. Miss Sallye Emma Embry, Balzetown. $5.508; common to medium Homer Rentrow, Neafus, to Meda ods in public administration, which lis on the upper waters of the Caney. ment with Ortkles in the payment of Carden rendered the wedding march. 4.50. $2.50 lb. Those making the trip were Helen $1,000. Inadequate payment and The families of Mr. Garfield Barnard, Smith, Neafus. In the equalization of the has resulted Hogs Receipts 2,255 head. Prices-we- ro Claude Taylor, Beaver Dam, to Annctonal budget and an approach to Barnett, Amelia Plrtlo, Kittle Bess physical and mental Inability of the C. B. Carden, together with Rev. made early in the day on financial stability, was cited by the Dodaon, Loubel Williams, Emily Pen plaintiff at the time, were the chief Fuqua's were witnesses to tho wed- nie, Williams, Beayer Dam. basis. A good active outlet President-ele- ct Ow,en C. Sandefur, Beaver Dam, to as another signifi- dleton, Bessie Clark and Margaret groundB upon which the suit was ding. was noted for the light number of King, the later two substitutes. Ac- won, bo it would apear. In all pro cant result. Mr. 'Sandefur U a son of Mr. and Audrey Z. Brown, Beaver Dam. hogs 120 pounds Heavrin W. Brown, Beaver Dam, arrivals. Best "One of Mexico's greatest problems companying the team were Miss Mar- bability the verdict will be appealed Mrs. F. L. Sandefur, of Cool Springs, pigs 90 to 120 pounds $10; Gen- tha Stevenson, James Glenn, Mr. and from and will likely go to the Court who- - formerly resided In Hartford, to Effle Fulkerson, Echols. at present la that of labor, said 90 pounds down $8.50; throwouts. of Appeals. eral Obregon. 'I am positive that rad- Mrs, C. O. Hunter, while his bride Is a daughter of Mr. $8.50 down. A. C. A. IN IHNDS OF m The High School Boys' Team, with icalism here Is not so widespread that and Mrs. N, A. Brown, also of Cool Sheep a'nd lambs Receipts for the RECEIVER, AGENT HERE Springs. Mr. Brown, the other brideit constitutes a menace to the peace a number of other students, accom- LODGE SPEECH IRES three days 100 head, Demand fair, JAPANESE PRESS groom. Is a brother to Miss Brown, of Mexico. However, I do recognize panied by Prof. Roy Foreman wont The American Cooperative Asso- with few changes In values. Best now Mrs. Sandefur, and the now Mrs: that tho workers have a right to fight to Owensboro last Friday, to attend ciation, a corporation with tho home lam,bs ranged from $7 9; seconds, Toklo, Nov. 30 The Nlchl Nichl Brown is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. f( r the betterment of their conditions a conference of High School Boys and 5. $4 Best sheep $3 down; bucks and my government will lend all pos while there played a mixed High today denounces a speech made at the L. D, Fulkerson, of Pond Run.' Each offlco in the State of Wisconsin, with $2 down. sev-or- al slble aid to secure such betterment it School and Y. M. C. A. Team of that Roosovelt Club in Boston sometime of tho newly married people are of branch houtes scattered thruout PRODUCE. states ha3 been placed in the tho workers act within the law and place, when the Hartford Boya copped ago by United States. Senator Henry excellent character, popular and have Local produce dealers quoto buying by the score of 34 to 20. Cabot Lodge, in which Senator the best wishos of a host of friends. hands of a receiver. The local houso order." In chargo of S. L. King was visited prices as follows, net to shipper tho Lodga declared recently subthat the United The Presldent-oleo- t anu closed Tuesday, by Mr. P. W. shipper paying freight and drayago MRS. KATV S. GRANT. States, Australia, Canada and New MRS. DELILAH STEWART to Congress a law which conmitted McAndrews, of Owensboro, who Is a cbargos: Zealand should be banded together to templates a system of pensions and inEGGS immigration. Mrs. Katy Schneider Grant passed representative, of the Receiver. GScdoasn. The Mrs. Doltlah Stewart, widow of retard Asiatic . surance policies for employes who It is claimed that the concern has Buttor Country 22 25c pound. havo grown old In service or who havo Richard Stewart, died at the home newspaper says that ono would think away at her homo In Centortown, Poultry Hens 18'20c lb.; large $1,000,000 world was created for tho white Monday, Nov. 29th, at 11:30 a. m assets of aproxlmately becomo disabled as a result of tnolr of hor grandson, Cal Moseley, Nor-.th- e. work. Certain wago Increases aro tonville, Sunday, being only 10 days raco alone and declares that the Ja- after an Illness of long duration, of wjth liabilities amounting to some- spring chlckena 18 20c lb.; small of that sum. Ev 2324c lb.; old rooatora 13c lb.; short of 77 years of age. The re- panese should demand tho same spinal affection. Mrs. Grant was 30 thing like "slso proposed by (the law. mains were brought to this place and rights, to migrate as tho whites. The years of ago and well beloved by her en should tho copcorn manage to young ducks 22 24c lb; No. 1 turTyranny. Opposes ' Funeral services wero again get upon Its feet It is not keys 35o lb,; geoso 15 18c lb.; ' nispiiBsIne another project recent- - interred In Oakwood Cemetery, Mon- - LAmerlcan people aro characterized by many friends. A. ,.,i.ii, i, ..,. .n dav afternoon. Brief services wero the Nichl Nlchl as bolnc more dan- - conducted from the home Wednesday thought that the business hero Is to guineas 30c each, young guineas 50a by Rov. R. T. Harper, at gerous to tho world than thgyellow at 12:30 p, m by Rev. L. W. Tlcho-no- r, bo reopened, but that the property Qach. wishes to lucroase the responsibilities conducted Rabbits 52.75 a dozen. after which tho remains wero de- - will Ua disposed of. Cemetery. raco. Gen- -' . t the President and his aides, Oregon assumes presidency CLAIMS MARINES WOMANLESS WEDDING WAS GREAT SUCCESS Y ed all-ov- er ot l. er Satur-dayswhe- re or $46; In-Ju- ry J one-four- th ..,... . ::::: Hut what must astound the American people Is not what slathers" of money was consumed by the ton, but . Millions. how It was consumed under tho Ship- management, ping Board business .honest but Incompetent, well mean- By Riss Slmonton. Washington, Nov. 3. Because of , but cxtravagant enthusiastic but Pittsburg, Pa., Nov. 27 A gigantic rovelatlons of waste on the par: of the i,iun(iormg present Administration of more thnn u fop thM0 hnn. "land glacier," 2,000 feet frpm end to u WM M $2,000,000,000; in its shipbuilding dUng tho puMlc.a shps t0 pay highly end, is sweeping tho sldo of a hugo jirograai, inBnewaiuiipHiBuuaiuui.-,- , f t . Hkllloil . to ,,av labor hill across tho tracks of ono of Ampointed by the Pprsldent will be held that loafed on Its Job; they must even erica's great railway yards and teartip by tho Scnato until such time as enrry on tho pay rolls at fat salaries ing to bits like pasteboard a costly President Harding may name a new men who were holding down private boulevard that links resldonco and and more satisfactory one. Jobs hundreds of .miles from where ""'"ess districts here. On tho board tho President has u. rooming win atop me suae, says t . on th Oo . , onollch ,0 W. Goethals, tho man jilacotl near Admiral Benson, of u" ' " " 3eorgIn, a Democrat, under whom pay several prices for provisions; who built the Panama Canal and won many of the scandals have occured, ships' stewards had to throw those fnmo when he checked tho Culebra lor a torm of seven years; Frederick supplies overboard so that they could cut slides. Tho the slide is costing $50,000 a 1. Thompson, of Alabama, another buy more and get now graft commls-- i 1, 1921 I Democrat, for a term of five years; js,ons on tno purchascg wag not day, and can only be held in check it , t , t contractors build shins by 1,000 men working with eleven' Josoph N. Teal, of Oregon, a Demo-- 1 ratjojfour years; John A. Donald, that wou,(l not (,oat and lngta,j pro. steam shovels, the ndvanclng deluge of New York, a Democrat, for three peners that fell otf vessels when thoy of mud, clay and rock continues to years; Chester H. Rowell, of Callfor-p- ut t0 sea. they ,,ad t0 pay contrac. sweep down the steep slope. nla, a Progressive who is labeled asilorg for tailng away partiy Con- Tr.tcKs nro Burled. j a Republican, but really supported structod shp3 wnlch the contractors Within a week of the appearance of Cox, fon two years; Guy D. Goff, of then sold at good prices for tho bene- the first tiny crack In tho asphalt of , "Wisconsin, also labeled as a Repub- fit of their own pocketbooks. It was Blgelow boulevard, cut in the nldai lican, for one year, and Charles Sut- not enough to pay $208 for replacing of a great bluff high above tho Penn- -' with tho same label, a damaged port light worth $8; they sylvanla Railway yards, millions of ter, hut friendly to the President, for ono had to feed strawberries to ships cubic yards of earth had flowed to year. ' crews at 60 cents a quart. the bottom and covered eight railPursuant to tho President's usual In this and other wnys of theft by way tracks and menaced all tho ynrdr policy throuout his administration, as minor officials, graft by middlemen, The tracks were under eartlr from exemplified in his fixing the price of or just plain waste all along tho line 30 to 150 feet across and covered wheat and not of cotton during the the Government merchant marine as frrm 20 to 80 feet deep. war, tho South Is highly favored in a business proposition was scuttled. Threo hundred feet of boulovan" tho naming of the new board. As the This Is ono of the reasons why the was torn away. A temporary bridge .Republican Congress will make a Unitsd States Government today owes was built over the gap. thorough housecleanlng of the ship- n round numbers twenty-fou- r billions Pittsburg officials and tho railway 15 ping activities of tho Government, It of dollars. It is one of the reasons engineers were In a panic. They is considered here that these- newly why the United States Government couldn't determine the cause or the 15 appointed Southern Democrats are has an interest charge on Its debts of remedy. They sent for the canal out of luck. about a billion dollars a year. It Is builder, Gen. George W. Goethals. Following are some of the reasons one of the reasons why the American Goetbals came (at $500 a day), why tho Senate will not confirm an people have a tax bill of four billions sauntered over the slide, poked it 10 administration shipping board: a year. It is one of the reasons why with a stick and laughed. Thirteen hundred government-bui- lt many other billions covered by pre"Haul It Away." ships aro today worth less than one-lia- lf vious and larger annual tax bills were "Haul away the dirt," said Goeof what the government spent to sunk in a bottomless pit between the thals, "That's all there Is to do. It build thorn. spring of 1916 and today. It is one won't stop sliding until it is thru. It cost the governemnt $3,000,000,-O0- 0 of the reasons why the business man It is your own fault." to produce these vessels and their agement of the United States GovThen he reviewed the ancient his value is today $1,800,000,000 or less. ernment was changed by the Ameri- tory of the catastrophe. by the United can voters last week, and why the Losses Incurred Eighteen year3 Pittsburg built States Shipping Board, thru the utter business methods of the United States Blgelow boulevard a?o along tho edge of y, collapse of its accounting system, thru Government, under Its new tho bluff. At one point it had to thru overcharges, thru j nient, will have to change on the 4th dump millions of feet of earth to amortization and all other causes are day of next March. New York make a fill. accord-- 1 aid. at $2,000,000,000 "In tho first place," said Goethals, ing to Martin J. Glllen, former special o o profit of J2.3S7.599. But if tho could not do much more. "your slide Is because your original IT TAKES THE executive assistant to John Barton America is without a ceremony be- fill wasn't propertly United States Government, in beOf course, tho Panama drained. The STARCH OUT Payne, former chairman. fitting Armistice Day. This is per- - water make3 the earth heavy and half of tho American peoplo, manag- was built to mako money Canal never be- - haps natural; we are not a nation that Hundreds of millions of dollars OF A FELLOW ed its affairs and figured financial openly, llko a railroad or directly and greasy just naturally slips. a factory or longing to the board floated around turns readily to formalities. Yet It Then, toand it matters worse, you reresults tho way a private corporation, a bank or a department make storo. It tho country without anyone knowing will be hoped that another year may cently added more weight with now Working Hard Every Day Without in behalf of its stockholders, has to was conceived nnd built by a wiso-' Just where they had gone. a growing sense of the solem- dirt figure its results and keep Its books, witness Let-u- p Wears You Out In Time and of course came down. Now, statesmanship, and a bll-- " Other hundreds of millions were nity of this day when guns ceased all you can do is it tho Panama Canal as a business pro- Hon of tho haul away tho dirt Amorlcnn people's mon-- y deposited in banks without any record firing after four long years, and that was poured Into it to confer ia great SOMETIMES YOU NEED A TONIC position would look like a financial until the slide is thru sliding." of their whereabouts. the right services will gradually be wreck. Thereupon he left the clty.of Pittswater transportation boneflt upon tho Many millions were lost In over- developed to be shared by all. As a matter of fact the difference commerce of this country, burg and the Pennsylvania railway Pcpto-MnngiMnkcs Rich Red Blood nnd of,tho payments, in one case amounting to Meantime, all eyes turn this morn- to "haul away tho between tho operating expenses and wholo wide world. But for anybody dirt." And Lifts You Out Of 0. on a payment of $23,000,000 ing to those moving ceremonies in tho receipts of the Panama Canal to talk of an annual profit of moro No one can make a good estimate Ruts. Paris and in London. The body of of tho amount of earth yet to descend, the aforesaid $2,387,599 called by than two and a third millions of dolseventy million an unknown poilu Is to be entombed Ono hundred and a wild flight of Imagination but the railway engineers think about There are days when you feel Is only a drop in the bucket profits, lars coming out of the canal when tho dollars was placed in the hands of op- beneath that arch of victory, the 12,500,000 cubic yards enough to los3 can toward erators and not a single record was most celebrated of the modern world., block tho entire system. It costs downright sick. You think you paying the fixed charges on the col actualtwenty to be measuret anywhero from forty millions of dol couldn't feel any worse. Yet, as far ossal bonded debt Investment faept of it not even the names of And In Westminister Abbey, toward $3 a cubic yard to haul the debris. of tho lars a year is something of a financial as you know, there's nothing tho American people Ihe operators. which so many American feet have Louisville Herald. in tho Panama Joke. Now York Sun. matter with you. From the time you , Profits of 57 per cent on the Job trod In pilgrimage, the body of an un: get up in the morning till you go to was allowed to operators for the known British soldier Is to be laid Including cost of construction, pur Splendid Cough Medicine Wheezing In the lungs indicates bed at night you are tired. You feel tbullding of the government ships. at rest with every military honor. "As I feol that ovory family should that phlegm is obstructing the air as though you'd llko to sit down and chase of rights, annual payments to 3n August 1919, more than $2,500,-1)00,00- 0 New York Tribune. passages. Ballard's Horohound Syr- do nothing. You look tired and pale Panama, fortifications, etc., tho Am- know what a splendid s modlclno been disbursed thru the bad up loosens the phlegm so that it and haggard. You get careless about erican people had put into the canal, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I Shipping Board and not a record was up to Juno 30, 1919 moro than am only too pleased to rolato my excan bo coughed up and ejected. your dress. available to show how this enormous With nothing ever earned perience and only wish FOR FLETCHER'S Price 25c, 60c, and $1.00 per bottle. No wonder! Your blood is all that I had fund had been distributed. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ra clogged up with poison. Your pow toward meeting the intorest on that known of its niorlts years ago," writes Tho office of treasurer likewise er of resistance is at a low ebb. Your debt not to mention payments into Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Station, Mo., possessed no record to show where the sinking fund to extinguish tho "I give it to my blood needs food. It needs the help childron when thoy 9243,000,000 worth of securities held debt, the canal stands tho American show the slightest PROGRAM OHIO COUNTY FARMERS' INSTITUTE that the vitalizing tonic, symptoms of being by tho Shipping Board had been depeople in today more thsn half a bil- croupy, nnd when I have a cough or fj&l will give it. Instead of feeling posited, and these subsequently were -- Saturday Dec- At Hartford In Court House, on Friday, December vu.u uu mo mugs a very row uoses exhausted and tired out for months, lion of dollars. found in the vaults of a trust com11, 1920. Because of valuable privileges go- will relieve me, and by taking it for you will soon pick right up and feel pany In Philadelphia. opens 9:45 a. m., Friday Invocation. Institute well and strong again. And with ing with the Panama bonds, put out a few days I soon get rid of tho paid 10:00 Boys The sum of $623,000 was and Girls' Club Work C. W. Buckler good red blood you are able to fight to build and equip tho canal, they cold." m twice for the same work. 10:30 Home Economics . . Miss Sue Beardsloy off ailments. were Issued, some of them at as low One hundred and sixteen thousand 11:00 Winter Egg Production H. A. PIckott Pepto-MangIs widely and hear- an lnteittt rate as 2 per cent a year JAPAN INCREASES AR.MY loaned to build one plant was used 11:30 Questions and Answers , Audience tily endorsed by physicians. BUDGET 00 TER CENT It is ef- and somo at 3 per cent. Even on this in a different place to build another Noon Recess. easy to take. It is pre- highly artificial basis of figuring Infective nnd plant. 1:30 General Phases of Farm Life James Speed pared In both liquid and tablet form, terest the Toklo, Nov. 27 The army estiprofit on the PanTho price agreed upon in a contract 2:00 Dairying Tate Bird nd you can take one or the other and ama Cannl last year was not half mates for tho forthcoming year total was Increased $143,000 after the con- 2:30 S. T. Simpson receive tho same benefits. enough to meet the abnormally low 245,000,000 yen, an increase of 50 tract had been signed and the work 3:00 Farm Crops Marketing , B. P. Smoot Sold at any drug a.'ore. But be Interest charge on the Panama Canal per cont over last year. Of this sura started. 3:30 Answering questions of tho Audience. bonds and other Investment. It was 40,000,000 yen will bo expendod on suro you get tho genuine Pepto-Manga-n Friday Night. new defenso schemes. symptom of IndiHeartburn is a "Gude's". Ask for it by the not a quarter enough Prof. Bruner full name and bo sure the full name, Tho vh le gross receipts of tho gestion. Take a dose of HERBINE Opens at 7 o'clock: Address. . . . , Sorvlce In tho cavalry branch of the' Dr. Wickwlro "Gude's army will bo reduced from threo in such cases. The pain disappears 7:15 Live Stock Diseases and Control (Illustrated) is on the Panama Canal last year somo James Speed package. Advertisement. even if not a rod copper years to two yoars. instantly. Tho bowels operate speed- S:00 Address (Kentucky's Birds) Saturday Morning had been deducted for operating ex ily and you feel fine, vigorous and ... .Address penses, wjuij not bavi been enough DEMOCRATS cheerful. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio Opens December 11th at 9:45 SERENADE .' Milk Production pay tha intorest on the Panama Tate Bird (County Drug Co. m 10:00 We otter One Hundred Dollars Reward to PRESIDENT WILSON Live-stoc- k Marketing 10:30 S. T. Simpson (or any case of Catarrh that cannot be Canal debt and othor Investment of .,, EDITORIAL COMMENT B. P. Smoot cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. 11:00 Limestone A peculiar "sllont tribute" was Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken the American people In tho gigantic 11:30 Open Discussion. project. uy caiarrn sunerers tor me past tnirty given to President Wilson ono night Ave years, and has become known as the Noon Recess Thu American people hardly could If we figure that any Investment shortly following tho election. Somo most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's nave been surprised by the revela- 1:30 Household Hints Miss Sue Beardsley Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Dlood on should be worth at least the Interest 2000 admirers and "forlorn-hopers- " , tions of millions of their good dollars 2:00 Making Hens Pay H. A. Pickett the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poi- whjch the Government has to pay on gathered and circled round tho Whlto son from the Blood and healing the disjrono in Shipping Board waste, ex- 2:30 State Livestock Laws Liberty Bonds, nnd if we figuro de- Houso singing "Tho Dr. Wickwlro eased portions. Star Sqangled travagance and graft. They already 3:00 Importance of Junior Agricultural Clubs C. W. Buckler After you have taken Hall's Catarrh preciation at a merely nominal rato, Banner" and other songs. By -- omo Troew what billions of dollars it had If you are Interested In any of the above subjects' pre(aining to Farm Medicine for a short time you will see a and If we virtually ignore sinking awful lack of In your general Breat Improvement discretion qno of tho health, Start taking nail's Catarrh Medittuvt thorn, under tho present business Life, you aro cordially Invited, and expected to attend all or any of these fund charges, tho Panama Canal, as a songs Uioy sang was "Carry cine at on0 snd set Mo back uwuiiigeniQut of their Government, to meotliigs which will be held at tho Court Houso, In Hartford, Friday, Fri- for testlmonlMR. free. rid of catarrh. Bend business proposition, ought to earn to olo Virglnny." If the nreHldont P. J. C1IKNKY & CO.. Toledo Ohlh towlhl cardboard training camps nnd day night, December tho 10th and Saturday tho 11th as above stated. at tho very low rato of C per cont to goes back to his birthplace of Virginia Sold by all Druzdsts, 75c. iHVbjtftnlH. Thoy knew whnt It had This Farmers' Institute Is FREE, given to nnd for tho Fanners, thoir cover everything, not less than a ho wantB to go of his own accord, EDITORIAL COMMENT coat them In good cash and in bad wives and children, and is ono of a series' which are being held in various a year. This might by u aim not uo carried back. rs Thoso to have that business manage-ru- Counties over this Stnto by tho authority of Mr. W. C. Hanna tho State 'rWo mlraclo clean up tho debts in tho hod about as much tact as tho operate tho ralhoads. They Commissioner of Agriculture, of Kentucky, In The way Government managomont courso of generations and koep tho relatives of a lck with tho Exman In qhlna have 1 new what it had co3t thorn not does business and keeps books tho balanco sheet from being smoarod who bring a coffin in tension Division of tho University of Kentucky. T into 'tho ' M. L. MCCRACKEN, County Agent. sjlUoaa but lu billions of dollars to Panama Canal shows for last year a all over with red ink figures, It and stand it up so ho can ulck.rnnm look at It. Senate Will Not O. K. pointment Of Southern Democrats. linvo thnt business management make 'guns that never got to tho battle front EARTH "GLACIER" make powdor that never exploded, BURIES TERMINAL uY WASTE SCANDAL niako (lying machines that never rose and Into tho air, make uniforms shoes that were left to rot In miles 'and miles of warehouses. ::m held up Ap- Large Area Swamped, Pittsburg Damage Reaches WALLACE . DUNN CROMWELL, KY. REDUCTION SALE EBEGirsn .,!. ,. -- Qen.-Georg- Saturday, November 27, 1 920 And Closes February 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 winter goods at the right price while in season. -- DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: Overalls, 20 per cent Discount Harness, 20 per cent Discount Shoes, per cent Discount Rubber Goods, per cent Discount - All other goods are subject to a per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. WALLACE & DUNN Cromwell, Ky. manage-imifflcienc- J Her-eatlma- immtmmmmmmmmmmmmai v far-seei- tn $34,-000,00- Uad-Hcnl- th Children Cry $459,-0q0,00- 0. CASTORIA Pepto-Man-ga- n, an Pepto-Mangan- ," 71 How's This? ..,..., $3.0,-000,0- 00 soro-nade- nt P -- 4. xm.W' yw ' y HUSBAND HAD TO DO THE COOKING Carey Says Vife Was Even Too Weak To Take Care Of Herself Before Taking Tanlac'. and was a well woman. Now she does all her work, dooa tho cooking and looks nftcr tho children 'Just as she did beforo she got sick and never has an ncho nor a pain. "I honestly bcllovo Tanlac Is the best medlclno .made, and I novor let an opportunity slip 'to speak a good word for It." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr, h. 11. Dean; In Beaver Dam by It. T. Taylor, Jr.; and In McIIenry by S. J. Tichonor. Advertisement. TAX LAWS TO REMAIN UNTIL AFTER MARCH ItepublirniH Mako Study of Subject Framing; Program Kor tl.tl Session. 8o "Yes, sir, Tnnlao built my wlfo HULIjKT KMIIKDDKI) IX right up after everything clso failed, HIS IIIUUT, ST1M, LIVKS and made a now woman of hor" said Omaha, Neb., Nov. 27 James Martin J, Carey, living at 013 Shohy streot, YoungBtown, Ohio, recently. Froeinnn, of this city, has a bullet in "81io had been in wretched health his heart and Is still alive. Ho told two years before sho began taking tho police he was shot by his wife, Tanlnc, and had gono down hill till from whom ho Jiad been separated, Bho couldn't do her housowork nor when ho returned homo after ho Is oven caio for the children. Much of said to have thrateneil her. Sho met tho timo I'd havo to get our meals hlni at tho door And fired point blank, and got tho children ready for school tho bullet striking him in tho left before I started to work, and go away breast. Ho walked to the pollco staand leavo her In bed, too sick to even tion, nearly three miles away, whore medical attention was given htm. He, take caro of herself. "Her stomach and liver wero In an was removed to a hospital and nn taken, which showed the bullet awful bad fix: tho poison got all thru hor system and sho ufforcd nil nestling in the heart. tho timo. Nothing wo did for her d coughs that resist ordl-keseemed to do her nny good, and sho going from bad trt worse and nary remedies require both external getting weaker nil tho timo. Sho'was ond Jntornnl treatment. If you buy terribly nervous and slept only a lit- - n dollar battle.of Ballard's-Horehountie while at a time and I had to bo up Syrup you get the two remedies you need for the price of one. There is a with hor all hours of the night. , 'Sho scarcely had any appetlto and Horrick's RvA Pepper Porous Plaster r H chest, free with each bottle, what litUo sho did cat didn't agree m with her. After cntlng sho would So'd "by Ohio County Drug Co. havo most distressing pains in her stomach and these would last her lUinXjB FHEAKTJETS hours at a timo. It hurt mo to seo In every campaign there aro peoher suffer and not be able to help ple who mako bets which require tho her. "When it seemed Bho would never losers to do all sorts of ridiculous tako a turn to got woll we read a Tan- things. Many of these bets aro now lac testimonial that fit her case al- being carried out. Wilfred Dean of most exactly, nnd I lost no timo In nilrubeth City, N. C, mjade a wager buying her a botlc. Sho had not on Cox and ns a result ho had to roll tnken half tho first bottlo till I saw a peanut thru 10 blocks of tho prinit win hnlping her, and I don't know cipal streets of tho city. Women which one of us was tho happiest. who havo lost bets havo had to smoke 'She kopt right on getting better, cigars on tho street nnd otherwise and by the time she had takon four make even bigger fools of themselves bottle sho had gained nlno pounds, thau they were by nature. X-r- ay Beep-Boatept , In Burma where the brld'egroom must purchase his bride from his .father-in-lausuully on the installment plan, a concerted protest has report." Senator Pcnroso farther Indicated been made by the young men ot the that no advantage could be gained country against the high prices. Not by repealing tho excess profits tax only does It tako tho young man years at the coming session, as Congress to pay for his wife, but If he In the undoubtedly would not favor repeal meantime displeases his father-in-lathe later may take back his ing the tax .for thC'Calendar year 1920 was sufficient time to re- daughter and sell her to some other and there peal It at the special session, when man. American missionaries in the other features of tho revenue law country have been trying to secure w Washington, Nov. 17 la l le opinion of Senator Tenross, Chairman of tho Finance Committee, communicated to Senatorial cnllenmieR hern nnd to Influential members of tho Ways and Means Committee, no attempt should bo mnilo to repeal the excess profit tax or amend tho revenuo laws until the special session of Congress, Harding has which President-elec- t announced that ho will call soon after March i. Senator Pcnroso said that In his opinion anything that might bo done by tho Republican Congress along theso lines would probably bo vetoed by President Wilson, and, therefore, It would be a wasto ot time for tho Republicans to attempt to carry Into effect party policies during the final months of tho Wilson Administration. "It may bo wlso not only to repeal tho excess profits tax, but to simplify tax forms ror tho calendar year 1920," said Sonator Penrose, "'but I do not believe that tho consensus ot opinion In Congress would favor un dertaking tho repeal of any taxation schedules until tho Republicans enter Into full control of tho Government. I myself favor simplification of the tax forms so that the taxpayer can know what he has to report. I hope that we may do this beforo tho tax payers are required to make the 1920 pon, which has never been Invaded In all history, though two unsuccessful attempts were made by tho Mongo-.- l Hans long before Japan had developed tho national strength she has to' day. If Japan succeeded In landing ma rines In San Francisco, he said, It would bo lmpo?lblo to transport the. millions of men that would be neces-- 1 sary to support them or tho. supplies tho nton. The writer! olntd m that oven ,f Japan took San TmrclEKO and part of tho Vest orn Croat, tfio United Htutfc would not bo greatly hurt and "quite possibly Now York and Washington would pay Ilttlo attention to such a trivial Incident." Tho viscount declared that tho Japanese ore grateful for what-th- e Americans did In the timo of Commodore Perry who forced the opening of Japan to the world, and that they have no grudge against Americans in splto agiof the factsthat an tation hns grown up in California and has terminated In taking away from the Jnpancso loasohofd and i anti-Japane- se ip r fsSffiTKr.f. Cnntcntfrl5Eluid"DrachTO (IflSTflR 1 lllil tat U mrksmmt .("H : ?as fcr fflM r ". . ., - m wlkicN a ,nrH b For Infants and Ckildron.. rw i wibii fc i Kzs . Mothers Know That Genuine Casforla nnmr -- o TWT? r.F.VT. ' fm linrtthcStomachsandCOTclstf AYciSclablcrrcpara!ionrorjs- - Always Bears the Siffiiature of f . jjf 6- i- HicrcbyrromoU'nDiSc5fon Cheerfulness ana ft.r V1 jf.lf JhmplJnStl iW (1 telttSuttfttESSAeS - JlothtoSiUt hhrmSiea rights. The heavy majorities in California in favor ot tho restricting measures in tho recent election caused Ilttlo comment in Japan for reason that the result was foreseen and discounted. The question Is tho subject of prolonged discussions between tho ambassadors of Japan and the United States. m latrnimflntr Wnfnl Remedy for ConslipalionandDiarrljoea fM 0 US& Vsi ZV. rcsdUnhereffnjnjnfincyfcc Simile SijnatareM - n a. H Fnr Ivsr CfctftAm i 'taPLC 1:2 6 V TBCEOTAmGoSMsr; COST OP WIVES INCREASED Thirty Years ,ts'31 V& pdp i. Eiict 3W , i zjj TH Copy of 'Wrapper. CINTUB COMPANY. t tOKK CI- -T An Appeal To (he Republicans of the Country and All Those Who Aided Them: The Republican success in the 1920 election has been with the quality cf our candidates ana the righteousness of our cause. This success is the partnership accomplishment of all Republicans everywhere and of hundreds of thousands of of good government regardless of past party affiliations. To all of these we now appeal, because it is the mutual responsibility of us all who will share alike in tho. consequent mutual benefit of good government. The plan of limiting campaign contributions to $1,000, adopted by your national organization, has left your part' unmortgaged. It has been a most advanced step in placing the business ot politics on the highest plane, and has brought an interest op the part of thousands who never before have been concerned with politics. .Some weeks before election it was apparent that the expenses provided for in our budget, with the strictest economy, would exceed the contributions, but we were unwilling either to leave undone any legitimate effort essential to complete success or to, change the method of raising money. We were then sure and we are now sure that every Republican desires that the expenses of the campaign be distributed in this manner. Your presidential campaign this year coat no more than that of 1916, when a dollar went nearly twice as far as it ,does today Four years ago the bulk of the campaign fund came from 750 contributors, while this year the approximately $2,000,000 contributed to date for the presidential ejection has come from 60,000 givers. The victory won, the raising of the deficit would b- - easy, indeed, if your committee were willing to abandon the policy of keeping down the average of contribution. This we aro determined not to do. It was a fight of all ihe people. Tho result speaks for itself. It lifted a burden from the minds of millions and points the way to better and happier days. We ask now for that additional help from all which is merited both by the successful conclusion of the effort and by the consequent contribution to the welfare of all of our people and the glory of the nation. Let us now have help from every American who is grateful for the victory and all that it means to the country. It might well be in the nature of a thanksgiving offering for tho return to a certainly safe, sane, constitutional progressive government. Let us by general and generous giving put the seal of approval upon thq policy of putting a national administration in power free from any possible embarrassment of special obligation to any man, men or group of men. Let us make the contribution, whether large or small, and whether or not we have heretofore given, commensurate with our means and our appreciation, always within the maximum limit heretofore fixed. Let us get our names on the cornerstone of a sturdier political structure, upon the roll of those who have helped make possible a campaign of which, in methods and result, we may as Republicans and patriots bo justly proud. Most earnestly we urge that this aid be given quickly, that your committee may be enabled to discharge the party's obligations and turn to further constructive work in behalf .of party and country. s REPUBLICAN NATIONAL COMMITTEE, Will H. Hays, Chairman. well-wishe- rs N -ecn:-mensur- ato would be considered and general revision might be undertaken. There Is such a demand from business men for repeal ot tho excess profits tax, supplemented by the recommendations ot Treasury officials, that thero Is reason to believe that Congress will not delay action until tuo whole subject of tax, revision can bo undertaken. It is tho opinion of those concerned with' taxation mat ters that this tax will be repealed early In tho special session so that the tax need not be collected for 1321 This must be done In tho summer of 1921, oraccordlngto Secretary Hous ton, It will bo necessary t5 collect tho tax for that calcndnr year. What Is puzzling the authorities is how to find a substitute for this tax. There' is no argument ngainsflts ro- poal. In tho Ways and Mean3 Com mittee Inst session, R. C. Lefflngwell, then Assistant Secretary of the Treas ury, suggested that the Income tax might be Increased to provide revenues coming from excess profits. This view was apposed by tho committee, which iv as nearly ready to accept a tax on .sales and real estate trans-lot- s. Many object to n sale3 tax. Another-suggestlois to repeal tho profit, tax without trying to supply another soiuco of revenue to tako Its place. In such a case tho expendi tures ot Government must be reduced to a minimum. If this Is done, It Is argued, there Will be sufficient revonue to mpot ordinary expenses of Government, 'but not to redeem the Trnsury certificates and Victory notes In 1923, amounting in all to about n tho abolition of tho custom of paying for wives, or nt least to get the charges reduced. oo KEEP WOMEN'S VOTES SEPARATE IS DEMAND Some of the interests that have been fighting woman suffrage have demanded that In counting the votes in all the elections the women's ballots should be kept distinct from the men's. They want to make the point that If the 19th amendmqnt should laterbe held Invalid by the supreme court, tfie votes of the ladles would be thrown out and the results might bo changed. Of course this Is all bosh. te NEGROES CHARGE ELECTION VIOLENCE Tho department of justice has been nsked by ne.gro organizations thruout the country to investlgato the killing of from 30 to 60 negroes In election e riots In Florida and the torrorlzntion of voters. Thoy claim that sufficient evidence ot violence, fraud and illegality Is available to disqualify tho entire vote of Florida In tho recent election. It la requested that an investigation also include Alabama, Georgia and other Southern states. Letters ta the Pathfinder and to every newspaper show that men and women in tho South who state-wid- "Jnst a few minutes .,,,, t.. -- now, Peggy dear, and Diddy will be hack home with a nice bottle of , fCFiF5 that horrid C0U5HS DALOtAH j jjS5 I I n, THROAT j jlJl Ill III TT hig-and- for you. Then you can go to sleep and for,,. old conr1i." And as usual Mother is right, but why not save poor old dad the night trip to the drug: store nest time by having an extra bottle bC Kemp's Balsam in the house all ready for little coughs alike? . GcS ' a fccitle r.ow. raOJ 5 j. i GUARANTEED ttJMf lllllll II I !! fKaaSSj I) liZiWJGraiiwiw, nil Ml' ii -- Hit mini mi i I EVER BILIOUS? take a dose or more of and it would straighten me out and make- - me feel as good as new. We have used in our family for yecrs Black-Draught, in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would Cliarleston, Miss. Airs. R. V. Heins, of this place says: "i have never had to use very much medicine,, because if 1 felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste $b,000,UOO,O00. Somo financial experts hold these obligations should not bo re deemed, but should bo rcfurfded Into Jong-terbonds and canceled In fif teen years, when tho condition of tho Government will be such as to carry the transaction without putting taxpaysuch a burden ion present-da- y m that ot ers. Different schools of financiers will undoubtedly come into conflict when tho sabject of tax revision comes up Underlying the differIn Congress. ences, however, Is the general agree, nient that tho excess profits tax must bo ropealed. Tho struggle will come over whether a substitute lux Is neces sary or whethor the present situation can bo taken ctxe of by extending the period ot Indebtedness maturity. mm Sickly children noed White's Cream Vermifuge, It not only destroy the worms, it thero bo nny, but it acts as a strengthening tonic in the stomach and bowels. Price 30c per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m JAPAN wanted to vote Republican were opposed in every possible way. Even wero excluded on technical objections. The election machin ery is in the hands of the Damocrats, and it requires very little Ingenuity tu shut out anmndeslrable. However, It Is n condition and not a theory" that has to be faced in the South, and the general sentiment is that the pe culiar problems of that section had best be left to bo worked out by tho people there in their own way. So there will bo no real Interference by tho federal government, and whatever abuses exist will he winked at. "Where wrongs ore done, they will in good time bilng their penalty. Pathfind- THEDFORD'S V B er. m and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my system in shape, and has never weakened me as sa many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am glad to do so." is the old, reliable liver medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. When you feel badly all over, sbmach not right, bad &teJnPHr.m.ouJLh billous r have a headache, try Thedford's At all Druggists. Black-Draught Black-Draught. PliAN TO CXIM11 :MT. EVEREST Mt. Everest in the Himalayas, 9 feet high, stands well above the other lofty peaks In the world. Nc-ono has ever come within 10,000 feet of Us summit but plans are now be ing made for a British expedition which, It Is hoped, will succeed in reaching the topmost pinnacle. Oroat mountain peaks as well as the sources of rivers and other natural features are regarded by the Hindus as oacred. For this reason they will not permit Europeans to approach Everest thru their territory, The expedition therefore will have to tako tho more roundabout route thru Tlbot, which Is now open. The greatest difficulty anticipated In the ascent Is breathing the rarefied air high abovo the general lovel of tho eartlu To bo sure aviators havo flown at altitudes tar above the poak of this mountain but they wero not obliged to put forth any muscular ef- 29,-00- Always Insist on the Genuine! BAHHUBjMAaMUUHMMBaK fort while In the tenuous atmospheric strata. Experience has tautsht that physical effort of any kind is exhausting at high altitudes; in several Instances experienced climbers have been compelled to give up when within a few hundred yards ot tho summit ot high Himalayan peaks. ' J. 77 t;rs WltJj NEVER FIGHT THE U. 8. m ONK CARTOON IIIKEVEKKNT. f Chitlt thonlJ be made payable to Fred W Upham, G. Blaltit, Jr., Eastern Treat' Trtaiunr, urtr, and tent to the Committee'i Office, 19 West 44th Strut, New York City, N. Y. A , In a special article In a Japanese newspaper Viscount Kankeo, presisociety, dent ot the American-Japa- n declared thero wou)d never be" war between the United States and Japan for tho reason that neither could accomplish anything. First, ho assorts that the United States could never land a Blnglo man on the soil of Nip. A good deal ot stir was caused Just before tho election, when many papers reprinted a cartoon that had been featured in Harvey's Weekly This cartoon made roforonco to President "WJlspn's worshipping Article X as the "sacred heart" ot the league covenant, and It also brought In tho "Immaculate, conception." Tho lr-- Republican especially of tho Catholics. For a time It looked as It the Incident might rove to bo another "Burchard" affair and that it might podbly bwIbe enough votes to give tho election to Cox. A, A. Ryan, a wealthy Catholic who had been supporting Harding; not only declared bo would voto for Cox but ho gave $2p,00O to tho Democratic campaign fund. Senator Harding and Chairman Hays Issued utato-men- ts repudiating tho cartoon ana disclaiming any responsibility for it. Thero was no indication In tho re turns that the Incident had any infla- ence on the votqrs, as strong Catho lic confers like 'Boston went strongly reverent dragging of religious subjects Into politics In this way aroused the Indignation of many peopla and w -- termed tho enormous Incrcnso In their taxes within tho past few years. One STRAY STREAKS stnted that ho had Just settled with tho sheriff and that he paid more (By Fluko McFluke.) I'ubllshcil Weekly by HAnTFOKD IniNTI.p COMPANY than ever before, something like dott-- : liln tho sum nnltl four or flvo vcara Incorporated Eck Rial ' says that It tho new fngo and that he owned tho very sifme v property, that Is tho samo land, no boy at his. house follows in tho footIV. S. TIXStiMY, KtlHor moro nor less, oxcept ho had maybe, steps of his dad he will nearly make and Iluslness Malinger. a preacher, if ho does nqt succeed al . increased tho amount of his personal a. according to law at the belongings in cattle, horses, farm- together, to which wo simply said Entorctf Postofficc, Hartford, Ky., as unll ing Implements and such things n few bosh, shucks. , eaattcr of tbo second class. hundred dollars. Wo ventured to ask Spoaklng of Eck RliiJ's now boy man what ho had paid for his the to property ond upon receiving tho baby, It looks like Eck i'as determin Address all communications Tho Hartford Republican. wo then inquired as tfi tho ed to start tho ypnng fellow out in probable salo value ot It nt tho pres- life under a handicap ho went and NOTICE TO StmSCIUBEKS ent dnte, when ho replied that ho had dubbed him Albert, for a first name. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent refused an offer ot moro than doublo Tho readers of tho Central City fo a now address must givo tho old Its original cost to him. This, too, Address in making tho request. was brought about for tho most part Argus hnvo our sympathy and heart Business Locals nnd Notices 10c per lino, and Sc per lino for each ad- by simply increasing In value along felt condolences since wo notico that with o,ther farm land and was not due I. D. Claire's Beads Oddly Strung ditional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards to any particular improvements plac- have bobbed up in that otherwlso of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for upon tho land by tho owner. Was respectable and much read sheet. each head line and slgnnutro, money ed ho hurt by tho increase in taxes? BeIn advance. Speaking of thoso oddly corded Church Notices for services freo, fore theso gentlemen departed they hut other advertisements, leper started a convorsatlon about working bends, what wo would like to know is, word. will their teams upon somo public road what keops the, rotten things on a Anonymous communications Improvement, over near Barnett's string nohow? or anyways? It's not receivo no attention. Creek, on tho Owonsboro road. Ono true, but we know exactly what Misstated that ho had received as high ter I. D. Claire thinks and will proTELEPHONES as $7.50 per day for himself and bably say, viz: that wo occupy tho 69 .Farmers Mutual team, that prico was paid for pulling position of tho fabled fox to tho 123 Cumberland a wheel scraper, I think he stated, grapes he so longingly Iampqd high-u- p in that there bush in that 'nir and that the prico for genoral team DECEMBER 3 FRIDAY work was $6.00 per day. Wo said to thicket. him, that he certainly did a lot of Of all tho.selcctlons of adaptable "No," ho If the worst should ever happen work to get that price. to us and wo should be landed In jail, said, "not any more than when I and fitting characters to do turns in you may wager that we are not going used to get $1.50 and $2.00 a day." the Womanless Wedding, or any oth as He' kicked when his taxes formorly er show or entertainment In, or upon to indulge in any such paid were multiplied by two, but it the earth, or elsewhere, none so apgoing on a hunger strike. was perfectly agreeable when tho propriate was ever before made as Tho two votes, those of Haiti and amount formerly recelvedi for his that of Mut Hunter nnd his 2G5 pounds of beef, blood and bonp to do Santo Domingo, that Cousin Franklo team was multiplied by threo nnd What we started out to say the rtiny, little, yellow curled Flower Roosevelt carried In his vest pocket four. All-MWedding. The nnd which he contemplated voting In Is really all in the last fow lines Girl in that League ot Nations are liable to above. Every thing the Countv pur only thing this pretty and dainty littho Sophronla did 4o mar her per"become yellow with age, and perhaps chases and uses is up in proportion to tle eaten before he gets a chance to team hire. The point, if any herein. fectly beautiful scenery 'neath her 2ioth yellow curls and pink ribbon, was to ought to be easily discovered. ruso th'enl. wink coyly somo three or four time3 LODGE AND PENROSE at rough looking boys in the woman the equal of The making of CONFER FOR HOUR man in the use of the ballot did not o uepnvo me ainie ui uib sjiuciea oi uie Philadelphia, Nov. 27. Senator DUKEHURST. right to continue to carry uome the LodBo, of Massachusets, who had a bacon, cut the kindling, fetch the coal speaking engagement hero tonight, Mr. John Payne amP niece, Miss and do a thousand other little things called on Senator Penrose at the 's Myrtle Payne, and Mr. Charley formerly in his sphere and allotted home today, being one of the few spent the holidays with relalino of activities. visitors that have seen the Pensyl-vanl- a tives near Pattieville. senator In soma welcn. Thn snn- Mr. Stenson Park was in Liver- of New York, fnrq .DPO tnirotw . Charles Garland, y,nnr, OQ more the first of tho week. p ,. .. . . . Sonnlnp nas remseu to accept a .Minion uoi-.toMessrs. G. It. Hickey, J. D. Miller, lars. legally and regularly inherited Penrose Jn good condltIon but advls. Emmett Park and Thomas Murray, . from his deceased father, 0a lUO a,4 fet,., nff.ttitt Inl'ltin nlmnAAH Ul su .u waubB grounds that he had dono nothing to ing iiii.i abuiu.it mni(i6for tho coming together with their.familles, motored to Washington ,, , , , , over to Owensboro Tuesday. merit it. This man could commit OllWl I, dUOkllUU Ul VJUllfelCS Ul ill V1U Miss Nina Cornell was in Hartford any sort of legal orrenso or tho most fact that only appropriation bills Tuesday, shopping! crime and bo cleared on short order, are. expected to be taken up. Mr. and Mrs Otis Helton, of Dunupon a plea of mental incapacity, in Senator Penrose also , received dee, visited relatives hero the last of tho Courts of the land. newspaper men for the first time In the week. six weeks on condition that state and Mrs. Buck Flener and daughter, The payment of taxe? is one duty national politics would not be dis- Mis Daisyf are visiting relatives at the greater number of us would ap, cussed. "I am feeling fine," said the Kronos, this week. parently, like very much to shirk. .senator, 'hotter now'than at any time Mr. Walter Gray and family have - we imagine that we pay Somehow,. ., , . , ,. . ,,' . during tho past few months. Next vuiireiy iuu muun anu get too imio week I expect to be atending to my moved to their farm here, having re sided near Sunnydalo the past year. in return. That may be true In many usual business." It is .,..,..,.. ,. . . Just a year .,.. A spelling match was given at Con '" since Senator Penrose was taken ill cord school house Wednesday night fact, although those who have to do at AVashlngton. o with tho spending of money collected in taxes almost invariably do tho LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE DENTAL NOTICE. best they can, according to the circumstances under which they labor Notice is hereby given that the Now is tho time to have your Don- and with which they are beset. If it Kentucky Light and power Company, is really a fault, it is not duo to per- incorporated, is not able to operate al work attended to. Winter is com sonal graft, or a desire to misapply, under the burden of high taxes and ing with rain and snow which makes but almost entirely to long years of high prices and that on tho 31st day old teeth ache and abscess. Abscess ed Teeth or "Gum Boils" are danger custom. A channel, like a habit is .of December, 1920, it will discontinue ous. You are continually swallowing exceedingly hard to get away from. furnishing both light and water, and Each the beaten path is most often travel- -' will dismantle its plant, and the cor- this deadly poisoned pus. nouthful of food carries this infection ed. Wo have a habit ot grumbling poration will bo dissolved. Into the stomach. when we pay our taxes and tho It Lowers vitali M. L. HEAVRIN, President. ty which invites cancer of the grumbling habit Is continued into the ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. mouth, throat and stomach, Diph expending of tho funds, somehow it E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. theria, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Just naturally comes. Since our September 25, 1920. 13tf Influenza, Typhoid, Brights Disease, earliest recollection it has been the Ihoumatlsm, Anoerala and even death fashion and we daro say it is to re"GONE UP SALT RIVER." frequently results from continually main with us for long years to come. Wo do not stop to consider and to , It is frequently said of a defeated swallowing pus. meditate upon the subject, or else candidato that "he has gone up Salt A mouth containing decayed teeth somo ot us might perhaps cease our river." Salt river is a small shallow s a poisonous laboratory, which sends grumblings and do our utmost to stream in Kentucky. Years ago a a host ot bacteria into the elementary lend a helping hand-boo- st where wo man ran for office in that locality tract. They multiply rapidly thus Invariably knock. Without the and was badly beaten. ,'Ho had been gain access to the lymphatic system fruits of taxation we could have very confident of his election and ho and are carried to the' distant organs. nothing in tho way of public advan- was so angered and dazed by the out Soft spongy and bleeding gums glvo tages. The road system, tho poor come that he Jumped into an old boat warning of approaching abscesses. it may appear, could not exist ;schools i and rowed away and was never seen Lady Attendent. . couia not be thought of, nor churches, I again. When anyone inquired whore Yours respectfully, none would exist within our land, he was, the answer was that he had DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, not because the collection of funds gone up Salt River, and this saying Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky is enforced for religious advance was finally adopted into the language Oflcp opens 8:30 a. m., closes 4 ment and maintenance, but simply of politics. Pathfinder. p. m., promptly. because the contributions are voluntary, it is taxation nevertheless, and, it being a matter left practically with each Individual WE HAVE THE MOST COMPLETE AND it not infrequently happens that those who are financially best able to LINE OF bear the burden, pay the least or merely nothing. In the payment of taxes for general purposes It is a d that those who are able I can be mado to bear their share the IN OHIO COUNTY man with means is tho individual, in most cases, who Is reaping the beneYou are cordially invited to visit our store any time fits, if any are to boderived and there can bo no doubt a to benefits, you are in town. tho they may not always be commensurate with tho apparent cost, to our manner of thinking., To Just what we have in mind, "The Nyal Store" as to the general idea ot taxation nnd tho spending of the funds: Two or Beaver Dam, Kentucky. threo' men 'wore discussing in our presonco, a fow days ago, what thoy The Hartford Republican 1 Pre-W- ar Prices NOW AT HY' Beaver Dam Coal Compays Stores In the past 30 days the manufacturers have made big reductions in their prices which we have been expecting them to do for some time. During the time that their prices were high, we bought in small quantities; then when the manufacturers did make this big reduction in prices we found our shelves practically emptyl In the last week we have bought our merchandise at these reduced prices, therefore, this enables us to sell you your dry goods, shoes, clothing, furniture, and groceries at pre- war prices. prices are lower prices than any discount you will be offered on goods. On Friday, December 10th,,Santa Claus will have his goods in our stores ready for your selection. You will see in our stores on December 10th, the most complete line of Xmas G6ods you have ever seen before; something for the whole family. Farmers, we want to buy hay, corn, butter, eggs and, other produce which you may have to sell. Pre-wa- r tom-foole- an lat-ter- an AV DAM COAL CO. Incorporated. I McHENRY and TAYLOR MINES. al-'o- l,,f t:.Wv, itthi TWO DAYS 111 ! y s M y ' " r: "T7 I 44 4 For Ohio County to be Held at The Court House HARTFORD, KY. On Friday and Friday Night, Deci 10th, and Saturday, Dec. 11th, 1920 , There will be held in the Court House, a real, live, Farmers' Institute. For some reason or other these Institutes died out some time ago, but due to the foresight and longheadedness of our present Commissioner of Agriculture Mr. W. C. Hanna, who a practical farmer, they have been revived' and Ohio County can indeed thank the State Department for being let in on this one. You will remember the Chautauqua held summer before last at Beaver Dam, which was backed by the Kentucky Bankers' Ass'n., and others? Thi9 is along the same lines, only gotten up by the State and assisted by various members of the Experiment Station Staff, and others. These men and women are some of the most prominent in the Country along their particular lines; and the State Department is confident that these speakers can do a great deal to hely Farmers with their problems if thev will come to the meetings. Ladies are especially invited to hear the talks on Home Subjects and Childrens' problems.The two meetings are to be y sessions, and Friday night there will be a veiy good program of about two hours. No farmer in Ohio Countv can afford to miss these meetings, use YOUR telephone. Tell YOUR neighbor-sto- p BY and see that he or she comes along. Remember this is FREE no admission and no collections, the State is paying these men and, women to irive vou this message, won't you spend your TIME to hear them? Look for the nro gram on another page in this paper. all-da- .... d, UP-TO-DA- TE Bod-sen- School Books and School Supplies . Beaver Dam Drug Company M. L. McCRACKEN, County Agent. Ml Just received Salt. DUKES'.' Big lot of barrol W. E. ELLIS & BRO. 23tf 0-- Barrel Snlt galore! At WILLIAMS & V i Mrs. 0. M. Barnett went to enshoro, yostorday. -! i a . Mrs. Marvin Moseloy and little daughter.Martha Jane, of Owensboro, wore guests tho latter half of last week, of Mr. and Mrs, A. C. Porter. Miss Winnie Dean Westerfiold Is an ndditlon to tho force with the Ohio County Drug Co., sho having accept ed a position with that concorn. Reduction Sale We are pricing our stock to meet market condi- It ' r We are in tho market for your turkeys and otbjsr poultry for the Xmas trade. Best prices possible will bo paid. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Miss Emma Vcatch returned to hor homo in Ft. Smith, Ark., Saturday, after spending a fow days hero with hor aunt, Mrs. S, S. May, and Mr. Mny. tions. During this sale we will offer our customers an opportunity to buy seasonable and staple mer- chandise, consisting of V .. Mrs. .Ozna Sbults Miss Cessna, of week-en- d and daughter, near town, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Rhoads, and family, ot Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to- Wear, Notions and Holiday Goods at a Reduced Price. We have an line of Milli- ' nery to sell at 50 per cent Men's and Boys' Clothing and Sweaters . . .20 per cent Ladies' 20 per cent Leather Shoes ,.!'... 20 per cent up-to;da- Price Reduction We find at this season of the year wq have too many Coats and Coat Suits. Tha twe may reduce stock, we are making-yoa cash, discount of 20 per cent, on entire line, from Dec. 1st, to the 15th. We will be pleased to show you the line. A large and varied assortment to select from. Prices .running from $10.00 to $55.00. Fresh Groceries, Confectionarles, Cigars' and Tobacco at prices you will be pleased with. ARTHUR LEACH, At L. Mlnton Stand Mr. und .Mrs T E. McOuary, of Bells Run, spen. Thanksgiving hore with Mrs. McQuary'b mother, Mrs. A W. Mills, and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Gillespie. ' te ' Millinery Reduction x Mr. G. W. Feagln, with tho L. & N. R. R. Co., located in Knoxvlfle, Tenn., came up Wednesday morning to attend Circuit Court, In behalf of tho Company, COME IN and buy your wife that COOK STOVE or RANGE sho has needed so lone. Wo have a good sup ply of the best tho market affords. ACTON BROS. 21t2 discount discount discount discount Calico at . . . . 15 cents per yard Hoosier Sheeting at 17 cents per yard Hope Bleached at 20 cents per yard 10 per cent discount on everything else in the store, exeppt Flour, Feed and Groceries. Ready-to-Wear ' . Our Milliner leaves in a few days, so if you need any special work see her at once. , Our regular stock hats are being' closet! out at 33 3 per cent off regular price. This means a big saving. Don't delay. 1-- TO BUY GOODS AT THESE PRICES YOU MUST PAY CASH OR PRODUCE. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 1921. jP&&90 The Hartford FRIDAY ' ii Messrs. Sylvester and Cal Mosley, of Nortonvlllo, accompanied the re mains of Mrs. Delilah Stewart to this place Monday. They returned home Tuesday afternoon. COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. 1 H . : ' j 1 Republican DECEMBER - ah kinds of fresh Fruus and can- dies at TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Messrs Arthur Phillips, C. O. and Henry Harrison, of Aetnavlllo, were Mrs. Latana Oldham, of Beaver Dam, who recently underwent an opMiss Susie May was In Centertown eration for npperidlcltis, In St. AnWednesday to visit her brother, Har thony's Hospital, Louisville, is re ry. ported as recovering nicely. ; ' Mrs". C. E. Smith who recently went Had you thought about pickling to Colorado whilo on her return beyour meat, but were afraid that you In town Monday. attack of PERSONAL NEWS couldn't get stone jars to put it up came ill from a violentcongestion, be and bronchial WILLIAMS & DUKE- - have AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. L. P. Loner, of the Internal in? reaching Moberly, Mo., where th'em in all slze3, and lard cans too. fore Revenue Office, Owensboro, was hero her sister, Mrs. Evans, resides. Mr. Mr. V. M. Matthews, of Fordsvllle, for a few days last week. to Moberly was a big rush around tho Smith was summoned There was hero Tuesday. Monday, but returned home Wednes Mrs. Lula F. Coppage and daughter Sheriff's offico during (the few days havbarrel of fresh Sour Krout at Mrs. Otto C. Martin, wont to Louls-vlll- o preceding Decombor 1st. ,Taxpayors day night.Mrs. Smith's condition ing been considerably improved. who held up payment until tho last Monday, returning Tuesday TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. m 'and then endeavored to escape the TUBLIC SALE. penalty. .Wo pay cash ovcry day for eggs and Born, Sunday morning, Nov. 28th. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. 11, at 1 On Saturday Deoember Mr. nnd Mrs. Henderson Murphree, a son, to Mr. nnd Mrs. Eck Rial, o'clock, p. m., at the residenco of the pounds, christened Albert who have been hereclncu last spring, Miss Loureno Collins spent last weight 7 Ky., I have returned to Owensboro, where late Wm. F. Acton, Hartford, Derwood. week-en- d hero with her parents. will offer for sale to tho highest and If Mr. Murphreo will again bo connected best bidder, a lot of lumber, brick, Miss Gladys Bennett accompanied with the Farmers' Loose Leaf Tobac W- - F. Hudson, Routo 1, Ltver-mor- o, Mr. shingles, farm bell, tools and machinco Warehouse Co. was In Hartford, Monday, at- hor grandfather, Mr. W. Q. Bennett, ery, carpenter's tools and chest beto Louisville last Friday, returning tending Court. sides a lot of other useful articles jtoo Mr. H. B. Mischke, with the L. & homo Sunday. N. R. R, Company, Sprlngfiojd, Tenn'., numerous to mention. ' A nlco lino of fresh Oystors, counts, A. C. ACTON, Adm'r. Messrs. Uriah Coppago and W. W. arrived here yesterday, to pack his selects and standards at Wm. F. Acton, deceased. etc., preparatory to shipping Lloyd, of Davidson's Station, were furniture TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT, TttA lorth Lrto guests thanksgiving, of Judge and a 4 tint nntif Innntlnn HOWARD VS. OHIO COUNTY " ' will loave Sunday. r Miss Iono Hedrlck, of Owensboro, Mrs. R. R. Wedding. DRUG CO. IN JURY'S HANDS canio up last Friday to attend the has who Mrs. Carlisle Render, Robort Sidney Walker returned wedding. Pendloton-Woote- n The action styled Flora Howard vs. Monday to Akron, Ohio-- , after soma boon In a sanatorium! in Louisville, tlmo spent here with his parents, Mr. during tho past two or three months Ohio County Drug Co., (or damages nov. R. E. Fuqua has been retainIs much improved, in fact she has on account of alleged error in filling ed as pastor of the Smallhous Baptist and Mrs. R. D. Walker. gained in flesh until sho now weighs a prescription, had boon heard and church for the ensuing year. given to tho Jury, which had not arMrs. L. H. Norrls, of Owensboro, more than ever before. V- rived at a verdict at tho hour of closspent from Saturday to Monday here, Jnurs. Florence May, of Owensboro, Hand pick your Pea bay, bring me ing our forms, late yesterday evening. Mr, A. K. was tho guest this week, of Mr. and tho guest of hor brother, This case, together with that of your peas and I will hull them for Anderson and Mn Anderson. Mrs. A. M. Barnett and family. 30 cents per bushel. Bringme your Ortkies vs. Broadway Coal Co., bad ,, r. .1. J"a . llllllUIUl U&f T.niniA I MINERS' Lamps, Carbide, picks, Hides.. Furs and Junk and 'get a consumed a whole week's time of the t 11 UWU1HMIIVI Court. Judge Slack contemplates1 Miners' Supplies Pea Huller for $30.00 from i was hero several days recently, at- - Handles and other winding up the business ot the term w D. L. D. SANDEFUR, See us when you need anything in , tending Court and visiting frionds. and adjourning Court by noon toACTON BROS. S. Main St. Beaver, Dam. this line. day. Messrs. J. J. Russell and Layton Mrs, S. T. Hunter, who has been Tho 'cold weather and reasonable at Williams, of No. 19, were visitors RESTAURANT prices are moving our heating Stoves with her daughter, Mrs. Erk Fulker-sothis office Tuesday, whilo in town. Have purchased Mlnton's Restaur and Mr. Fulkerson, ot Matanzas, right along, but we can supply your 2lt2 for some time, has returnod here, and rant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris' Mrs. Bettle Coppage, ot tho Nar- needs. will likely spend the winter with her Oarage. Will serve hot lunches at ACTON BROS. Monday rows country, was the guest son, Mr. C. O, Hunter and Mrs. all hours. Nice line fresh groceries. Mrs. R. R. Wedding. of Judgo and Your patronage will be appreciated. Mr. O. J. Christian and family, of temARTHUR LEACH. 20tf 1 yoke good, heavy near Horse Branch, moved here, FOB, SALE fc o porarily, the first of this week, for LAND FOR BALE 20 acres, on. . . work Cattle. MRS. SARAH B6LIXG the purposo ot placing their son la Rough River, at the mouth of FULKERSON, L. D. tine land, 12 acres 'In 'cultiEchols, Ky. High School. Mrs. Sarah Bollng died at the vation, 11 acres across the rpad from When hungry como to my place. Mt. Hermon Church, near Beda, See home of her son, Squire James A. NEW ARRIVALS o,t WILLIAMS & D. F, DANIEL, or W. R. CARSON, Bollng, near town, last Thursday aftiUKE'S Raisins, Currants", Dates' Choice lunches on short notice, 22t4p ternoon, bf senility, The remains something that satisfies, Route 3 Hartford. and Evaporated Fruits. All 1920 were conveyed to tho Bollng Cemetery ARTHUR LEACH, stock. Don't waste the long, winter even- near Rosevllle, Hancock County, At Mlnton's Old Stand. 4 ing's that are coming. Enjoy them where burial look place Saturday, Furniture ot all kinds, Including UP as an estray, in my reading your favorite magazines. We the 27th. TAKEN Deds, Chairs, Dressers, Tables, KitchMrs. Bollng had attained the ripe, havo a large line ot Periodicals. ,It we cornfield, one black mare mulo, en Cabinets and most anything in. this years, one years old. not have your favorltegwe' will old ago of ninety-si- x do about H g line you may need at money-3avlnmonth and a day, 'at tho time" of hep gladly get them for you,, ( , F. LDeIIART, 23Up ' ' fl.J;lpr,ce8 . , death, TAYLOR'S RESTAURANT. Hartford, Ky. 4 ,1b,. ACTON BROS. A ton-silltls 3 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 are giving to our patrons at once the advantages of a' .. "KT i changing wholesale market. And this regardless of the fact that such wholesale quotations have not in. the least affected the cost to us of the merchandise in our store, which, of course, was bought months prior to its sale. This is no special sale. It is simply a reduction in the prices of merchandise affected by present whole- 1 sale conditions. For instance : You can count upon this store to continue to faithfully fulfill its promises of Service, and to sacrifice, if necessary for the benefit of its patrons. . ou can depend upon this store to meet its responsibility 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. . I tt..,i ( n, 15c per yard Dress Gingham 25c to 40c per yard 1 yd. wide dark Percale 35c per yard 1 yd. wide light Percale 30c per yartl 1 yd. wide Hoosier Cotton 20c per yard Hope Cotton 25c per yard. 4 Brown Sheeting. . . , 65c per yard 10-- 4 Brown Sheeting 75c per yard 4 Bleach Sheeting 75c per yard 10-- 4 Bleach Sheeting 85c per yard Calico .... 9-- 9-- No-cree- k, Those who keep posted on our merchandise and on our prices will be amply rewarded. ' ,, Carson Hartford, Kentucky. (. j Co. ed , . mim!SmSmmr!mMTtlm'i FARM DEPARTMENT JIow Much Ment nml KpRi Should Bo ono bird to REAVER DAM. fowls cmcuiT couivr. another, scnly-le- g Judge-- It. W. 81ack, Owoniboro. bo treated promptly nnd should Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy. Given n Chilli. Com'th. Attorney C. B. Smith, Uart-forClerk R. W. King. In somo families children do not should not be Introduced among clean inndo under eggs; In oth- birds. Investigations get enough meat nnd Polico Judgo J. W. Cooper; Clork A. C. Porter, Hartford. ers thoy get too much. A good gen-- tho supervision of tho United States Marshal R. F. Stovcns. Otto 0. MarMaster Commissioner cral rule commonly followed Is to give Department of Agriculture show that tin, Hartford. n child 2 years' old or over nn egg ev- carbollnoum or crudo petroleum used FORDSV1LLK. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, ery other day, nnd about the samo on tho roosts doubtless will nld In scnly-le- g Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jonei. amount (2 ounces) of meat, fish, or preventing tho spread of the ' 1st Monday In March II days nilto from ono fowl to another. Clork Olla Cobb.' poultry on Intervening days. If for Com'th. and Civil. are omitted from Applying crude petroleum to tho legs any reason these Pollco Judgo C. P. KesslnBer. 1st Monday In Mny 12 days Civil. tho child's diet, Special care must bo with a brush or dipping tho legs intoMarshal Grant Pollard. 1st Moudoy in July U days taken to seo that other suitable foods this oil Is very effective Ono nppllCom'th. and Civil. usually is sufficient, but if tho tako tholr place preferably an extra cation 13 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAIt 3d Monday In September scales are not largoly Bhed off after .amount of milk. FOR PRESENT YEAIt. Civil. 30 days tho treatment Broiling and roasting nre tho best a lapso of 4th Monday In November 11 days meat for should be repeated. Kerosene oil is methods of preparing tender County Board of Education E. S. Com'th. and Civil. a child. Tough meat should bo stew- - applied by somo farmers in tho samo Howard, S. S. O. C. cooker way, but is less effective than crudo cd or prepared in a tireless COUNTY COURT. Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, or first chopped and then broiled. It oil. In using either, enro should bo Meets first Monday In each month. Routo 6. m Is important to teach children to chew taken not to get tho oil on tho upper Judgo Mack Cook. Part of tho leg or on tho feathers. A meat nnd other foods proporly. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. less severe but more laborious treat-pa- n Pried" meats, particularly those Clerk W. C. Blankenship. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Dun-de- o. fried or cooked In a small amount ment consists of soaking tho feet in Sheriff S. A. Bratcber. young warm soapsuds until tho scales aro of fat, should not bd given to Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. children, say nutrition specialists of loosened and then greasing tho feet Jailer Worth Tichenor. Ag- - and legs with sulphur and lard, or Dlv. No. C Otis Stovons, Boaver tho United States Department of D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Ono reason for th'is is that lard containing C per cent crudo car-friDam. Tlculture. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. moats aro apt to bo overcook- - bollc acid. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Lindloy, Contcr-tow- n. Tho other itch mite, commonly call--an- d ed and tough, nt least on tho outside, depluming mite, is very small FISCAL COURT. so are likely not to be proporly ed the County Board of Examlnors: E. S. chowed. Another reason is that tho creaturo which burrows into tho skin Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, .Mrs. Blrdio Midkiff nnd October. fat used in frying as well as that near tho baso of the feathers. The Ira Jones. -which fries out of the meat, Is likely intense Itching sometimes causes tho A Kansas City, Mo., physician hns 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Accordng to tho announcement of Teachers Instituto, Sept. 13th Route 3. to be scorched and changed in com- - fowls 'to pull their feathers until President Seltz tho fuel and food con- devised a stoel chamber to be used in 17th. case, It they aro almost naked. Dipping of position. When this Is tho generally worso treating certain classes of patients 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav flock in a tub dition of Austria "Is j all fowls of an Infested er Dam. is almost certain to be harmful. than last year." Children under 16 with compressed air. Tho chamber, EXAMINATIONS ounces i of water containing about 2 Q. B. Brown, Slmmoni. SS feet long nnd 10 feet in diameter Snl District years of ago to the number of 30,000 f flowers of sulphur and ono-haCorn Kcllsh Kasy to Mnko Common School Diploma May 14 nre being fed by tho American child-feedi- is flted up somewhat the samo as a 4th District G. W. . Rowo, Center-towbeing If the frost has spared a few ears ounce of laundry soap to each gallon and 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam fund. It is said that adults sleeping car, accommodations of green corn In your gardenf it of water will give complete control, can recover in a few years from mal- provided for 72 persons. Patients Oth District W. C. Dnughcrty.Balzo-tow- n. and Fordsvillo.. May. 21 and 22 CountyTcachers wouldn't bo amiss to put them into The fowls should be completely sub-co- nutrition, but tho growing child that spend from'threo to 12 hours dally relish. Tho following recipe for merged and tho feathers ruffled so all is underfed is rendered permanently In tho chamber under air pressure flth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 28 and 29 County Teachers' It is recommended by household spe- - parts of tho body will bo reached by weak and disabled. The American of from five to 20 pounds, according 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. rlalists of tho United States Depart- - the liquid. Caro should be taken to relief association has furnished to the condition of each. The treat- 8th District B. C. Rhondes, Hart- Examlnotlon nt Hartford, (Colored). keep the dip stirred during treatment ford, Routo 5. ment of Agriculture! Juno 18 and 10 County and Stato freo meals In Austria in tho ment is said to quiet tho nerves, proso as to keep the sulphur in suspen-- I Com Relish. Toachors' Examination at Fordsvllle, mote sleep, stimulate the appetite and Only four Ameri16 months. HARTFORD. slon. In case a flock has lice as well last 1 small cabbage (Whlto). cans are on tho executive staff of renew tho store of energy. Mayor J. E. Bean. as tho depluming mite, three-fourt' 1 largo onion. Juno 25 nnd 26 County nnd Stnto his fund, the work being largely done Clerk J. A. Howard. ounce or one heaping tablespoonful C ears of corn. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, by Austrian volunteers. Judgo C. M. Crowe. . Police of sodium fluorid should be added (Colored). 2 tablespoons of salt. FOR FLETCHER'S Marshal E. P. Casebier. to each gallon of water In the foreSept. 17 and IS County nnd Stato ' tablespoons of flour. ' 2 Ho You Enjoy Your Meals? going mixture. cup of sugar. ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, you do not enjoy your meals If ' t . (Whlto). Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. 2 hot peppers. your digestion Is faulty. Eat moder TALK OF SECESSION. agree that In cases of burgeons Sept. 24 nnd 25 County and Stato . Clerk N. II. Bratchor. 1 pint of vinegar. especially of meats, masticate ately, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the your food thoroughly. Let five hours Pollco Judgo S. L. Fulkorson Teachers' Examination at Hartford, Vz tablespoons of mustard. Resolutions were adopted by the (Colored). Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. Steam tho corn for 30 minutes, First Treatment is most important. elapso between meals and tako one of Freo State nationalist congress at When an efficient antiseptic is appli Chamberlain's Tablets immediately If necessary, otherwise only until Capo Town proclaiming their right to tender. cant from the cob and add ed promptly, there is no danger of after supper and you will soon find and their right to infection and tho wuond begins to your to the chopped cabbage, onion and m secede from tho British empire or to meals to bo a real pleasure. "Wanis use on man or or npnnfirs. Mix the flour. siiKar. mus- - heal at onco. o-break any existing bond of union with beast, Borozono is tho Ideal Antisop- - CALIFORNIA FORCES tard, and salt together, and add tho ikhIWrGreat Britain. Opposition to a closmeir-- a A ,1.1 this mixture to the ve-- " jil ala neaung abbui. uuy it now JAPANESE LAND ISSUE er imperial i Vrc union was declared. The and be ready for an emergency. Price getables and simmer for 30 minutes. resolution advised against taking a $1.56. Sold by As everyone knew would bo the Pour into jars or bottles, which have 25c, 50c, $1.00 and decisive stop toward separation unm case, County Drug Co. tho voters of California voted less a majority of been thoroughly boiled, and seal Ohio FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE tho people should oo 1 strongly in favor of tho law whlchi havo first expressed such a desire Unsolved in water for douches atop Au , 2k it while hot SQUARE NICKIiES COINED pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamaims to put a stop to tho encroach- through a referendum. mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. Beginners are urged to keep but ments by the Japanese in their state. F'inkhnm Med. Co, for ten years. ot For tho first time In her history This law forbids any alien who Is not one variety or breed of fowtfls. There A healing wonder for naaal catarrh, FLY LARVAE IN SNAILS is issuing nickel coins, and V JkA. Jfi.fl.ILE.JL &.Xx. (ore throat nnd tore oyer Economical. meaning 'of eligible for citizenship Is no best breed of poultry. Select Australia Hu extraordinary, Heaniraa and aermlcidtl enwef. now metal isi an innovaton course to own or lease breed that suits your purposes with the tho Japaneso tho die ISarsale Fr. JOe. all dnwdUi. or prtraU ty Great numbers of house-flie- s in shape. Tho coins are square with land, directly or Indirectly. ymaiL 11wPailiinToartCompany.Do.loo.MaM. The govbest. slightly rounded corners. This form ernment and people of Japan had when winter sets in but enough sur-viA Safe Old Fashioned always to Insure large swarms of wna olrvnfnrl fny twn roflQnt14 tllOV "Remedy for Worms """ been watching tho outcome with great the pests tho following summer. Efficient Use of Heater Keeps Down """ IJU cm One .can Seventy. five vearscontin-uouius- e uucuimr uuiu mu iuvlui interest, but tney also Knew wen way T!I1I. fnnl m wnlch they 0 thru ,no wln. is the beat teati. sheet, and they stack better Squaro enough IZSSOa that the law would bo approv- ter, a French Investigator has found, Too much coal is burned by the monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE f 18 now; they have long heating his coins are not Negotiations Is in tho larval stage in the bodies of j average householder In ed by the referendum. can offer you. ?? fj 0--v frSJa been used in tho settlements of tho are In progress between Washington Keep a bottle always on hniisn. snv enclneers in the Division Tho larvae boro into tho snails. hand. It will help keep Eastl S3 and Tokyo looking to an amicable set- snails and kill them within a short of Rural Engineering, Bureau of Pub- - Fa? the little ones healthy fw I Roads, United States Department tlement of the whole Japanese con- tlmo. Fifty snails woro placed in lie and happy, MORE RADIUM LOST. 30cabottlayouiilruisiVaor troversy. Tho question is a blu ono Jars in a moderately warm room and of Agriculture, who have recently general atore; or if your dealer can't upplyyou.icndhianama hns moro than ono side. completed a study of how to heat tho a consderable number of fly larvao It is strange that patients should and it and 30c in atarnna nnd we'll Succeed when evervthinc fnlN. in both countries aro talking emerged from nine of them. farmhouse efficiently. That too bo so crreless about protecting tho aend you a bottle promptly. M In TiervnilQ r,r'!tflffnn nnrt 4'fcnn1. u I LiS. FREY, EiltWt, HI, much coal Is burned is duo primarily extremely valuablo mineral radium weoicnesse" tney are the supreme K ft remedy, at thousands have testified. K studies show, to lack of knowledge which is used on their person In atBrno ctmMcrv i tnun v of how to regulate tho heater. It Is tempted cures. Tho second case of eAkrin AMtaVniMaiV! r? P not enough to Install a heater, fill the this naturp has como to notice. A certainly want to it is the best medicine ever sold bins with coal, and then expect it to woman patient in a Utlca hospital money, and you over a druggist's counter. heat the house properly. Tho first who was being treated for cancor would like to have better bakings. WILL YOUw season after installing a heater should irritated with the radium on the Then use Calumet It's the TAKE bo devoted to a study of fuels and diseased spot, took off the bandage biggest thing ycu can do to imtheir burning in the particular heat- - containing It and threw It away. Tho prove tho quality of your bakings and lower baiing costs. radium, which is valued at $13,000, MY BACK! Calumet is made in the largSomo of tho things in general which is being hunted In tho sewers about est, mes t Ganhsry Baking Powder Merciful Heavens, how my back A Trealmsnl tho engineers who have been in the hospital. Factoriesi fa tko World. No Bak hurts in the morning I " It's all charge of this work adviso tho furm ing Powder is made under better for WEAK nace operator to look after if ho AVIIJBOX'S FAREWELL. conditions nose can be better in -j LUNGS or quality. wishes to heat his homo comfortably ance of that I with a minimum amount of coal are: It contains only such ingreCONSUMPTION Industry is now going thru tho jywyj fl poison called; dients 03 have been officially en Be suro the chimney is largo enough settling process incidential to getting dorsedby the U. S. Pure Food uric uciu. for tho size of the house and, if pos- back to .a normnl basis a process Authorities. An absolute euaran feeling, A quick relief (or that tired, sible, have it straight up and down which involves somo phases that aro teethat it Is pure. aro not ablo Hi"""". cougba, paint In cheat, night twealt. bemor to get rid of thagei, weak lungf or consumption. Ii It doe with a lined round flue. Study tho disagreeablo and to some extent vVM" aotbalp you It coats you nolhUi. it. Such con- dampers and uso them intelligently alarming. The Pennsylvania RailiSM M- -i uitions you OHIO MEDICAL CO. Jn regulating the flue. Experiment road System during the last month can readily with different kinds of coal until the has'dismissed about 10,000 employes ovorcomo, best kind or the best mixture for and several other roads havo reduced and prolong your special heater is found. Do not their working forces. Tho rubber life by taking leavo ashes In the ash pit; clean tire industry,,whlch was hard hit by ). "Anuric" This them out each tim'e after shaking. In- - the policy of tho Fodoral can bo obtained at almost any drug reserve ducts; it board in discouraging loans for linos aulato pipes and warm-ai- r tore, in tablet form. saves heat. Maintain, it possible, a of business classed as unessential, When your kidneys cot sluenriBh humidity between 40 and 50 per cent continues to curtail its operations and , and. clog, you suffer from back- acne, moist air heats more quickly and 1 about 50,000 of its former employes dizzy spells, lorwrcsr or twinges and pains of lumbago, much more healthful. work. From various parts of tho rheumatism or gout; or sleep is country have como reports of facto disturbed two or threo times a What To Do For Flock AVIicn Attack ries going on short timo or shutting It received highest Awards,o night, get Dr. Pierce's Anuric, it ed By "Scaly Los." i down entirely, Washington, Post. World's Pure Food Exposition, will put new lifo into your kidneys Two species of itch mites attack Paris Exposition, Paris, and your entiro system. Send Dr. fowels, ono of which Is tho cause of FORMER KAISER WILL France positive proof of its superFcclirtght all tho tlmo. Don't lay of Pierce's Invalids' Hotel. Buffalo. ior merit. DIVIDE HIS ESTATE .scaly leg. Whllo this mito common- from work for days by taking calomel I CtfaaMtGrM N.Y., ten cents for trial package. Jy remains on tho feet,, burrowing It is used by more houseCat. when pleasant Llo- - Vr-La- x keeps yof IUcip on your feet, whllo relieving your troulx wives and domestic scientists than MKMPyis, Tenn. "Dr. Fiercc'a An-urLondon, Nov. 27 During visits of through the scales and causing tljelr )o. Safer too, and cosy to take. Doivt 3 cupi pastry any other brand. is the best medlcino for tho kidneys enlargement, It also attacks tho comb his children at Doom Castlo during flour. 3 "level tea. tako anything1- else. You can't afford spoons Calumet and for backacho that I havo ever taken. It is sold at a moderate price. past week, former Emperor Wiland tho neck. A crust of looso tlssuo tho By Uaklng Powder, S For Boruo time my kidnoys havo been It. Eliminates poisons, cleanses nat-urAll you havo to do is to compare cup butt er. 1( cups Is formed abovo the burrows and In- liam of Gormany, has taken occasion giving mo a lot of troublo. granulated sugar. costs to determine how much you I suffered tem and relieves constipation. A surfl remedy, natural in actions-YoUtso(3eggj. tense Itching results from this mining to discuss with them their financial with backaches and rheumatism in my in its effect and certain its results. can save by buying Calumet in run cold water. It joints and limbs causing met a lot of won't bo long beforo Whon Bcaly leg is left un- resources, says a Doom dispatch to liablt. Whites of 3 eggs. 1 )iU Gluten is the muscle building part teaapooa orange misery. On learning of tho 'Anuria completely displaco calomel in everj treated tho feet of tho blrd3 often tho Daily Mail. extract. Theamix of ilourwhlclTis of grcatimportance. Tablets' I began tholr uso and they liomu." Children can tako it freely anij iatharecularwijfc It is said the former emperor inbecome badly distorted, and in some To be sure you get it in your bak havo glvon mo real reliof when all other with perfect safety. Every bottio guarcases tho fowl can scarcely walk or tends to present oach of his children ngYuse plain Hour anJgood baking anteed. 60c nnd $1 in bottles Norif. kidney medicines failed to help, 8G,000 in Dutch money, "gp they up to tho perch. Somotlmos MI am glad to recommend 'Anurio' to get genuino without tho likeness and filtrotv powder, (not flourjj turo oX L. K, GrifiBby, For sdlo by r " others who suffer with this ailment." terminal Joints of tho toes aro lost. may contlnuo to live in.a manner bor'" Mas. E. O. WrtsoN, CC0 N. Sixth St. L M. WL&JXMM, ' from fitting the Hohenzollerns."- Kg EiriXox As tho mitea aro transferred d. n far-reac- hed both lbout but tho statesmen sides aro too sonslble to bo carriod away by any such criminal policy. 1ts. Hattlo Moece, of Olcnn, Mis- Perhaps tho worst comment on the says: "I was not making souri, situation is that whllo tlil.i country enough butter from my cow's milk, claims to bo a Christian nation and of two. production for a family is trying to Christianize Japan, our After using Dr. Lodoar's Stock Pow- IpeoiMo aro not willing to treat tho ders a short time, she gnvo halt a jjnnancpo in a Christian spirit whon gallon m,o ro milk n day, and a pound The i' conies to a concroto csao of butter a day." harm that will bo done to tho Christ-InDr.'- Lcdear's Stock Powders give civilization Is .therefore to milk cows Just what Is needed to Ing. Nevertheless, tho Callfornlnns keep tho digestive organs in proper cay that they aro unnblo to hold their get the most condition, so that they against tho Industrious thrifty possible good from their feed. Qlvo oivn nnd vIIy Japanese, nnd a.i equally wonderful results when used is ono of tho first laws of for horses, hogs, and sheep, becauso nature wo must expect that they will they nro a tonic, appetizer and worm .do something to protect thomsolves cxpcller. ngalnst this undoubted peril. It matters "hot what ailment you mny have nmong your stock or poul- cimmberlnlnV Tablets. try, It will pay you to get tho proper Thcs0 tabletg nro lntcn(le(i cspccial- Dr. LcGear Remedy from your deal- - ... , lmllcegton and constipation. or. Thoy are the Doctor's personal They tono up tho 8t0Inch nnd cnMc prescriptions, compounded during his Jt t0 perform H8 functions naturally. 28 years of Veterinary Practico and They act gently on tho liver nnd xpert Poultry Breeding. They must bowels, thereby restoring tho stomsatisfy you, or your dealer will re- ach and bowels to a healthy condifund your money. tion. When you feel dull, stupid nnd constipated give them a trial. You aro certain to bo pleased with their m effect) FOR FLETCHER'S t CO.MPRESSED AIR AS MEDICAIi TREATMENT AMERICA FEEDING CHILDREN GET MORE BUTTER DIRECTORY Children Cry CASTOR? A i xji lf n. ng rn ' I , i Children Cry CASTO R A Every Woman o ,innr s&&T J t Mothers use , ftevS OP i. VPYTYiT , ri.7L:TjZU vo -- Jjnu Hot-bloo- ds flitters -.r fm nrro YOU be-en- OUR 0H.BE&E! over-abund- GERMINAL REMEDY v A xmmw (jK. m FOR.ONE MONTH v , 4 ffiKWl? (anti-uric-add- USE LI V-VER-- LAX I & .. CALUMET BAKING POWDER Chi-cag- For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. io - al , Liv-VeL- m '?: J FARMERS' WEEK. ri HkiZi IdBfi End of This Great Paftie Phonograph Sale is in Sight YOU CAN no Time Narrows Down to Hours longer put off, if you would take of the opportunity this sale affords at I tllilllfl ll I 1r you, to own a perfectly wonderful phonograph and procure $25 worth of genuine Pathe records absolutely FREE. This sale is virtually at an end. Only four of the beautiful Pathe Phonographs, of which we had fifteen, remain. Three or four days at the most, and the sale is over. We helieve it to be a truthful statement, when we say that this has been the most successful sale of its 'kind ever held in this i vicinity. It has done what demonstrated, conclusively, every point of superiority possessed by the Pathe Phonograph. The people of this community have been quick to see the advantages of the indestructible Sapphire Ball as a means of playing a record in contrast with needles which scratch and wear out the records and have to be changed every time the record is changed. So, come in at once. Make it a point to come in. To hear and Sknow the Pathe Ph'onograph is well worth the time it takes. For sooner or later you will own a phonograph, and to know the Pathe is to want it in preference to all other makes. i we started out to do: It has feati2sr5 Res. U. S. Pat. Off. Lexington, Kentucky. November 27 FarmorsWeok will bo held at the College or Agriculture nt Lexington, Ky., tho first (our days. In February. This inciting will be bigger and bettor In every way than previous years. All phases of agriculture will bo' presented by men who are able to speak with authority, and various livestock associations will be given an opportunity to have a special section In which they can take up subjects dealing with their own particular, problems and the beef cattle breeders and swine breeders will have a banquet the evening of their meeting. Ono phase of farmers' week that will bo especially Interesting at this time will bo the four day Tractor Schdol, at which time the subjoct of tractors, the need farmers may hava for them, the work that can bo expected of a tractor, the methods of care, etc., will be ably discussed and, after each lecture the farmers will an opportunity to see exactly what tho lecturer has been discussing by having S or 10 makes of tractors at this school for demonstration n purposes. It is a tact that most tractor troubles are caused by Ignorance on the part of the operator and it will bo the purpose of this school to so familiarize the farmers with their tractors that it will help them eliminate lnany of these troubles, which cause loss of tlmo and very often heavy repair bills. .The Homo Economics section will have a regular program throughout the four days for the ladles. This meeting will be held in the Little Theatre, the "same as last year, and all phases of homemaking will be ably discussed with suitable demonstrations as to means of saving time and labor. Work will be given farmers' ,weeK In the following subjects; home economics, farm management, marketing, beef cattle, sheep, hogs, poultry, horticulture, plant diseases, soils, crops and tractors. Since all phases of agriculture will be discussed and since this meoting; is entlrdly for the farmers of the State of Kentucky, no one can afford to miss this opportunity of hearing-thbest speakers present their subjects as well as seeing the demonstrations. well-knowa Worth of Genuine PATHE RECORDS CASTOR rA For Infants and Children In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of the G4a&7&g&k Why you should own the eweled Pathe There are five distinct and definite reasons why you should own the genuine jeweled Pathe in preference to all other phonographs. And this great nationwide Demonstration'Sale is to prove the superiority of these points, beyond the question of a doubt. 1st. Because the full, clear tone of eacli individually toned instrument is reproduced by the pure tone chamber and the famous Pathe Sapphire Ball. The music flows' from the records. It isn't scratched off. CROP HOLDING MOVEMENT HELD NOT UNLAWFUL Washington, Nov. 27. Because The "Conditions of Snle" arc identical with those prevailing in Boston, Chicago, New York, San Francisco, and every other ' metropolitan city where this sale is being held. The Main Points of this Unusual 1. This 2. 3. e S&1& organizations farmers' are exempt from application of antitrust laws, the Department of Justice has given no consideration to the campaign for the withholding ot crops from the markets until prices advance, it was said tonight by Frank. K, Nebeker, special assistant to the attorney general In charge of antitrust prosecutions. Air. Nebeker's explanation of the 4. 5. nation-widdemonstration sale of Pathe Phonographs and Pathe is a Records. The sale is one of approximately five hundred similar sales which are planned to be held in five hundred cities and towns of the United States. The plan, advertising, price of the phonograplis, and general conditions of sale are identical in every city and town where the sale will be held. demonstration campaign is to better acquaint the The reason back of this great nation-wid- e public with the superiority of Pathe Phonographs and Pathe Records by letting the people see and hear them direct rather than to reach them indirectly through magazine advertising alone. The entire outfit offered through this special demonstrating campaign consists of: One genuine 1921 Pathe Phonograph, regular Model 10, as shown in cut. One Universal tone arm and sound box for playing all makes of records. an-One indestructible Pathe Sapphire Ball (full-toneone Pathe Sapphire Ball (half tone), for playing Pathe Records. ), 1 -- 2nd. Because there nre no needlc3 to change on the genuine Pathe. The Sapphire Ball never wears out, neither does it wear out the records. 3rd. Because the Pathe plays all makes of records, and plays them with more natural and lifelike tone than any other Phonograph. The entire wealth of music of the phonograph wprld is available to you, if you own the Pathe. . Because the Pathe is always ready to play. Just slip on a record and the Pathe is ready. Because the Pathe Controlla enables you to play any record loudly or softly with the same Sapphire Ball. department's attitude followed tho recent statement of Charles S. Barrett, president of the National Farmers' Union, that ho understood that fed eral agents were attempting to obtain, evidence for prosecutions in Kansas. Iowa, and other middle Western, States. act, Mr. The Clayton anti-tru- st Nebeker said, expressly provides that not haviagricultural organization ng1 capital stock" or "conducted for profit can not bo construed as conspiracies In restraint of trade. Withholding of crops from market for personal profit. Mr. Nebeker asserted, probably would not be held as organization profits. Should Bo Quarantined. Many physicians believe that anyone who has a bad cold should be completely Isolated to prevent other members of the famlly'and associates from contracting the disease, as colds are about as catching as measles. Ono thing sure the sooner one rids hlm-so- lf of a cold tho Ie3s the danger, and you will look a good while beforo you find a better medicine than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to aid you la m. curing a cold. m 4th. 5th. fo $25 worth of genuine Pathe Records given Free. One hundred steel needles. 6. The price for the full equipment is $150. 7. Your first or initial payment may be as little as best suits your convenience. t 8. The balance you may spread out over a period of one year. 10. You may exchange the phonograph procured through this sale for any other higher priced Pathe Phonograph at any time within six (6) montlis and receive full allowance for every penny you have already paid. 11. Every Pathe Phonograph sold during this sale is guaranteed in writing for one (1) year, both the manufacturer and ourselves agreeing to replace any defective parts without charge-shoulany appear within that time. . Yet the jfam Costs the ordinary Phonograph Tear this out, fill in and mail to us at once. Without any obligation whatsoever on my part, you may v send me photographs and other descriptive matter of the Puthe Phonograph you are offering upon special terms. Also send photographs of the Pathe Actucllc Model you are offering at $250. Name No. . City Beaver Dam Coal Company (Incorporated) BUCKEVE" BROUGHT COOLIDGE GOOD LUCK Ohio is the "Buckeye" state, and a t. buckeye Is a sort of By carrying a buckeyo in your pocket you are supnosed to be cured of rheumatism, or almost any other Ism. Many people also bollove that it brings good luck. Soma Ohloans Bont Gov. Coolldgo a buckeye to- ward off and bring him luck. Ho rheumatism didn't have any rheumatism anyway, but something brought him luck in the election, and It may have been the buckeye. horse-chestnu- TAYLOR MINES and McHENRY .Street. During this Salef this store tcill remain open evenings until 9 o'clock. State wmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmHmmmm , .J JlJ-- ' ii-iij- i - TfK- .- v. OUR GREAT REMOVAL SAL 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: ' K Men's Suits and old men. For the young men, middle-age- d Men's regular $25.00 and $30.00 Suits reduc$19-9ed to 27.95 "Men's regular $35.00 Suits reduced to 31.95 Men's regular $40.00 Suits reduced to 34.95 Suits reduced to Men's regular $45.00 red&ced to 39.95 Men's regular $50.00 Suits and Boys' Suits at reductions that Men's Overcoats will interest you. 5 Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular Our regular 2.95 $4.00 Dress Shirts reduced to 3.95 $5.00 Dress Shirts reduced to to 5.95 $8.00 Silk Shirts reduced 7.95 $10.00 Silk Shirts reduced to Silk Shirts reduced to 9.95 $12.50 All sizes and all grades full now. Get in on our Men's Work Shoes Men's regular $7.50 Work Shoes reduced to . .$5.95 Men's regular $8.00 Work Shoes reduced to . . 6.45 Men's regular $10.00 Work Shoes reduced to . . 7.45 Men's regular $12.50 Work Shoes reduced to . . 8.95 Men's regular $15.00 Work Shoes reduced to . . 9.95 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 IV2 in this lot. full stock and get what you Heed. 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 Dress Shoes 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 Our regular $2.00 Dress Shirts reduced to Our regular $2.50 Dress Shirts reduced to Our regular $3.50 Dress Shirts reduced to At substantial reductions in the price. $1.75 ... 1.95 . . 2.45 E. P. BARNES Beaver Dam, Ky. ' court's unusual procedure was a just I one. It was a damage suit. The claim to be all the go, Cora gathering seems boys all remember the high' was for $60. Judge Ahem advised for the water of last year and they aim to the plaintiff "and defendant to settle, nvoid talcing so many boat rides in Altho the defendant agreed to pay $50, the plaintiff held out for $60. order to save their corn. When he found neither side would Lula Hoover, who has been Miss ior several budge, Judge Ahern Informed the litiill with tuberculosis gants of his plan for disposing of the months, is very, low at this time. Plaintiff and defen1r. Paul Hawkins, wife and lit- controversy. Dunreath, spent dant agreed. tle daughter, Hazel Taking a cent out of his pocket, Sunday with M. O. Funk and family. and J. E. Judge Ahern said: Messrs. Ira D. Funk "Heads, you (the defendant) pay Funk have moved their mill to L. L. $G0, and tails you (the plaintiff) take' MiSflE .dons farm. v Several from here attended church $55. The flipped coin fell upon a table at Barnett's Creek Sunday. and Mrs. Bes- heads up. Mr. Clarence Patton THe defendant paid $60 and the sie Renfrow wore married last SunThey have the court marked the case "settled." day at Rev. Harper's. very best wishes of all the communMANY KILLED IN ELECTIONS TAFFY ity. .Mr. Clyde Funk and family, of here. "Westerfleld, spent the week-en- d Mr. Elvis C. Funk, who was operated on for tumor of the stomach at tho Marine Hospital, in Evansville, is Improving and says he will soon he home to see us again. Mr. Ishamel Bartlett has his store house completed and is now ready for business. Messrs. John Davis, Floyd Davis and families attended tho birthday dinner at W. D. Smiths, at Hartford, last Saturday. It was Mrs. Smith's . BRO. night and Sunday with their grand- mott Park, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Miller parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ralph, and children, Mrs. M. E. Miller, L. P. of Sunnydale. Millor, and Misses Blancho Hlckey Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Gabbert of and Valarla Brown. mm Sunnydale, entertained with a Turkey dinner, at their homo Sunday. ENGINE FOR SALE. t A first class power, J. I. Miss Dona Ralph, of Sunnydale, spent Thursday night with her cou- Case Traction Englno in good consin, Mrs. T. S. Miller. Sho also vis- dition, is to be sold undor orders of ited her sister, Mrs. W. A. Taul. Fri- tho Ohio County Fiscal Court. Sealday, and was the guest of Misses Ar- ed bids will bo rccolvcd by County zella, and Loudollo Magan, Friday Judge Mack Cook, up to 11 o'clock "ROWAN COUNTY.'' Farmers are very busy gathering corn. Mr. J. W. Raymond, of McHenry, spent Thanksgiving with his father-in-lahere. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Rannle, of Simmons, spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Rannie's father and mqther, Mr. and Mrs. Wlnson Smith. V Miss Minnie Kirk, of Horse Branch, Mr. and is visiting her grand-parent- s, Mrs. Roscoe Shields. Miss Connie Kitchen was in Beaver Dam Wednesday, shopping. Mr. Vernon Shields and family have moved to Cromwell where they will run a hotel. Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Daniel have moved to the Vernon Shields' farm. Miss Annie Kitchens visited Miss Sadie Shultz, of Cromwell, Saturday night. w, back to her farm, at Sunnydale. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Ta'ul spent Sun day with Mr. R. P. Ralph, and family of Ralph's. Farmers are about done gathering corn and report (the crop badly damaged from frost. Rev. Robert Smith, of Daviess County, Is conducting a meeting at Ralphs' Chapel. Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Miller visited their parents, Mr. and' Mrs. J. L. Patton, of Ralph's, Sunday. Littlo Miss Martha Betsy Duff, of Dundee, spent Monday night with Misses Arzella and Loudolle Magan. Master Amal D. Taul and little sister, Martha Dean, spent Saturday ' 15-hor- ft night. t Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Duko, of Sunnydale, entertained a few of their friends at dinner, on Thanksgiving day. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hlckey, Mr. and Mrs. Errtr A. M.,. Decomber 8th, next. Engino may bo inspected, near tho Jail, Hartford. Tho right to rejoct any and all bids is reserved. MACK COOK, Com'r. According to reports received in Havana 14 men were killed in the recent presidential elections. The killat the ings resulted from clashes polls both in the capital and the provinces, extreme bitterness being developed in the race between Gomez and Zayas. The American minister was quoted as' saying that if Gomez were elected New York bankers would not lend Cuba $50,000,000 which Is desired, but that official emphatically denied the statement. mm 44th birthday. m CLEAR RUN. SIXTY PER CENT OF CADIZ FIRE LOSS INSURED Honklnsville. Ky.. Nov. 30 Tele- Mr. Ira D. Funk. and Mr. Elbert' , mes8aEe3 today from Cadiz, Funk are operating a saw mill near Btate that tho fire loss there last Aere. nigh,t approximately was $250,000, Miss Lula Hoover, who has been j 60 per cent of Whicn was insured, down with tuberculosis for tho pastj Revised figures of losses on the yoar, Is very low, and her demise is dozen business houses destroyed momentarily expected. piace tne value of the Turner-WllkiMr. Jonathan Hoover, of near son department.store at $70,000 with Whitesvllle, is at ithe bedside of his $4000 insurance. Value of the niece, Miss Lula Hoover. courthouse, also destroyed, was plac- Mr. L. L. Trogdon was in Owens- - od at $40,000. m boro Tuesday, on business. LIBERTY BOND PRICES Mr. and Mrs. Leo Johnson, and TOURISTS TO EUROPE SHOULD TAKE MONEY Mrs. Emma Hoover, of Owensboro,' Liberty 90.60 are the guests'of relatives here this Liberty 2d 4s S5.00 It is reported to the str.te df part- - Liberty 1st 4 Ms woe. 80.10 Messrs. Anderson Meadows and 'mont that many Americans going to Liberty 2d 4 U 85.00 them&elves of Europe have found Archie McCain are at Liberty 3d 4 Vis 88.02 sister-in-laHoover, stranded without sufficient money to Miss Lula their Liberty 4th 4 Us 85.44 -- ereturn. TIipso tourists have appeal- - Victory 3 s 95.62 ' ed to the American consuls abroad Victory SSTITLES IjAW CASE 95.60 BY FLIPPING COIN but they are powerless to aid th9m ns there aro no funds available for this BEECH. VALLEY. warns trav- Akron, 0 Nov. 27. By flipping" purpose, Pleas Judge W. J. olors that they should take ample n penny Common Mrs. Sim Ytelm1 is" very 111 at this Ahern. brokp a deadlock In connection money to get back home on unless '1 they want to tako up their abodo In time. of a lawsuit. with the Bettloment Mrs. Mary Whobrey' has moved jUtornoys In tho ,caso declared tho starving Europe. . n- A play party was given at Mrs. Annie Johnsons' Saturday night. Every ono reported a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Butler, of Green River, spent Saturday night with Mrs. Butler's mother, Mrs. Lizzie Drake The small son of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wett got an arm broken while playing, at school, last Wednesday. Mr. Martin White, of this place; Is visiting relatives at White Run. Mr. and Mrs. E. Render, of Butler County, visited Mirs. Render's parents, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. Keown of Cromwell, are vl3ltlng their daughter, Mrs Virgil Drake. Mr. Thomas Goodman's morthor, who has been very sick, is reported to be Improving, slowly, Mr. Estill Martin has built a new residence. Mr. and Mrs. James, will move to Mr. Cook's farm, in a few days. Mrs. Annie Drake spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. R. Shields. Fordson The Ford Motor Company have just issued a book called "Tho Fordson at Work." This book is given freo. Call in and get one. It you cannot call, write and we will mall you one without charge. It is not what the Ford Motor Company says About tho Fordson Tractor but what the army of users have to say. This book voices tho hardest kind of practical experience. It shows in illustration the Fordson Tractor at actual work along some ninety different lines of activity. It shows in these illustrations tho wonderful versatility and utility of the Fordson Tractor. Shows It to bo, beyond all question, the one bit of machinery that is a necessity, not only op the farm but along many lines of commercial business; especially does it show up tho Fordson' as a valuable servant on the farm. With it the farmer is relieved of the. hard work; because he can take advantage of the weather in preparing his seed bed; ho can do it at the right time; the same is true when it comes to harvesting. It solves, to a great extent, the problem of scarcity of labor. With its wonderful, reliable power, it brings to the farm home all the conveniences, in the way of running water In tho house, electric lights, operation of tho washing machine, churning, separating the cream) from the milk; It. assumes and takes to itself the drudgery of farm life both in the field and in tho bouse and it is only a matter of a few years until it will be as universal In its service on the farm as Is tho farmer himself. It will becomo a part ot farm lifo; a beneficial part; a profitable part. Get order in for there's a rush coming. OP AV 3s e 4s BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY v