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Subscription $1.50 per Yam 10, 1920. vol. xxxm PRESIDENT ASKS FOR ECONOMY HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, day while nt work with tho Van Ette Dros. Construction Company, at 124th St. and Indiana Ave., Chicago, III., tho when ho was caught between coupling of a, large crnna of which he was assistant operator, and a car. Tho car was unattached to any other car nnd was moving at a vory slow rate, about half as fast as ono would ordinarily walk, so Mr. Wilson Jones, an eyo witness to tho accldont, states, but being on a slight grado, tho oxtremo pressure literally crushed tho unfortunate young man from tho waist lino to be low his hips. Tho accident occurred at 2:30 In tho afternoon, death four hours later. Tho remains were brought to tho parents, homo of young Shaver's where funeral sorvtcos were conducted by Rov. T. T. Frazler, of Hartford and burial of the remains took placo d. In tho afternoon of Monday, at ng Oak-woo- FRIDAY, DECEMBER NUMBER 24 ARMY OFFICER WAS " ' HARDING SEEKING VIEWS OF LEADERS TOBACCO MARKET WORST IN YEARS IN MESSAGE Budget Plan Urged, Galleries Packed As Clerk Reads Document. Washington, Dec. 7. Doth houses 1,ct Congress woro in brief session today to hear President Wilson's annual message. It was read by tho lork, Mr. Wilson having heeded tho ndvlco of bis physician not to appear Jn person to presont his recommenda- Confers With Many As To Averages Low; Rejections Heavy; Keep Weed In Foreign Policy And ' Barn, Advice Cabinet. Washington, Dec. 7. Presidentelect Harding concluded today his two-da- y visit to Washington with an other succession of conferences, in which he talked with his party associates about tho League of Nations, tho selection of a cabinet and other problems confronting him In the building of his administration. did not call on The Presdcnt-elec- t President Wilson, but en route to the station to board his special train for Marion, O., ho stopped at tho White House to leave his card and that of The automobile bearMrs. Harding. ing the senator and his party drove tip to tho north entrance to the executive mansion, where It was met by I. H. Hoover, chief usher at the Whlto House. Mr. Harding presented the cards, saying that he desired to leave them "for the President" and then continued on to the station. All of those with whom the President-elect conferred today preserved silence regarding the details of tho discussions, and Mr. Harding himself said the conversations were strictly of. a confidential nature. Ho repeated his statement of yesterdny that he was seeking by direct personal consultation to frame an administrative policy behind which everyone could Is Discussed. en Hope Church, Grayson county, one of the most successful meetings ever held in that part of the State. There wero 73" professions of faith. All grudges wero laid aside and folks who had not been to Church for years camo. Great was tho manifestation cays to God, not hlniy be all the glory, of God's power and tho Evangelist m TRUSTED GERMAN SPY U. S. Reserve Officer, Deserter, Was Hun Espion- FORDSVILLE YOUNG MAN IS OUT FRONT age Cadet. ' tions. Qallorlcs In both Senato and Houso were crowded. Doth thoso drawn by the chanco that tho President might appear In person or by the possibility that his message might touch upon tho League of Nations question or his own approaching retirement to .prlvato llfo wore disappointed. Mr. Wilson confined himself almost wholly to domestic questions. Only by Inference did his message refer to the nearlng close of his administration, and that was In the concluding paragraph. The proposals ho prcsonted, tho President wrote, were not so much a series of recommendations as a confession "of (he faith In which I was bred and which It Is my solemn purposo to stand by until my last fighting day." Urjjcs Budget Sjstcm. Tho Industrial situation also found a placo in tho President's message Recovery from war effects gavo prom-Is- o of early completion "only in our own country," Mr. Wilson said, and even hero "halts and Is Impeded at times." A telegram serviceable acts of legislation" to aid that recovery "and prove tho indestructible recuperatlvo forco of a great government of tho people" should bo undertaken, Mr. 'Wilson said, nddlng: "One of these Is to prove that a .great democracy can koep houso as successfully and in as busincss-ltk- o Mr. Shaver was well known here, and was popular with all of tho younger people with vrhtiui he associated. His parents hav'p tho sympathy of a largo throng of friends In this extrem'o sorrow so. suddenly ' cast upon them. m m OHIO COUNTY' CLUB ORGANIZED AT K. S. V. - fashion as any other government." Flrs(t among tho recommended ftops, Mr. Wilson placed enactment of a "workflblo budget system." He said he had vetoed tho midget.bill passed at tho last session "reluctantly and because of a constitutional objection" but as It was later revised in tho Houso, he belIovedslt would, with other measures, furnish "foundations for a national budget system." Mr. Wilson cited figures as to tho national debt and urged rigid econ omy in which all branches of the government should "I can not overemphasize," ho said' "the necessity of economy In gov-- v ernment appropriations and expenditures and tho avoldanco by Congrbss of 'practices which tako money from theTreasury by Indefinite or revolving fund appropriations." Favors Armcnlnn Lionn ThIs year's estimates "strikingly" Illustrated the Importance of specific appropriations, the President added, the transportation act having "disturbed" tho relationship between receipts and expenditures to the extent of over a billion dollars. "It Is obvious," the messago continued, "that these largo payments U X have already seriously limited tho ' .government's progress in retiring the BUSINESS CHANGES floating debt." Loney Mlnton has purchased the The President renewed some of the recommendations hosmade at the building of Heavrln & Barrass, ocopening of the last session and add-s- cupied by Joo Tate as a restaurant. l cur-Te- nt d: Cabinet secretary. In his search for Information and After the election of officers the delegation resolved itself into a com- advice about the league, the PresideRepublican summoned mittee of tho whole to discuss the edu- nt-elect cational and economic needs of Ohio senators of the irreconcilable and of county, to formulato plans for a the mild reservation groups alike, greater between tho high and it is understood be told them he wanted suggestions from every quarschools of the county and tho of tho State1; and to promote ter. Without submitting any cona more friendly association among crete plan of hlsown, he is said to the Ohio county students at the Uni- havo asked plainly what sort of inversity. Mr. Glenn Tinslcy report-o- d ternational agreempnt each of his that a movement was already on conferees would support. Tho discussion of cabinet selections foot for an elaborate program to bo given In Hartford during the holi- had a wider scope, several of his most trusted friends undertaking to days. Ohio county has eighteen students canvass tho situation in separate at tho University of Kentucky this conferences at various places thru-otho capltol. Harry M. Daugher-tyear which is a gratifying increase of Ohio, who was his over last year's enrollment. This manager, was one of the most acincrease comes from Hartford high school with tho exception of two, ono tive In this task, seeing various memfrom Beavor Dam high school and one bers of the Senate and House In Mr. Harding's office while the Presidentefrom McHenry high School. In ordorythat tho students of tho lect was occupied with his own string high schools of the county may bnve of callers at tho residence of Edward an opportunity to know about the B. McLean, his host. Former Senator John W. Weeks, Unlvorsity of Kentucky and the exwho, like Mr. ceptional advantages that It offers to of Massachusetts, thoso desiring a higher education. Daugherty, has been prominently tho club Is planning to send a repre- mentioned as a likely candidate for several sentative to each high sohool In the cabinet honors, also saw county during the Christmas holi- prominent Republican leaders after days. The club trusts the teachers he had talked to Mr. Harding. A with them third who performed a similar misand faculty will by giving the representatives all of sion was Senator Fall, of New Mexico, whose activities brought his name the publicity possible. Tho students'at the university hope Into fresh prominence as a possible to make this an enduring organiza- secretary in the official family of the tion to which future students from next President. Ohio cpunty can look forward with Many Callers Disappointed. pleasure. Unl-erslty ut By F: P. Dell. The Ohio County students at tho University of Kentucky met last Thursday In White Hall, for tho purposo of organizing an Ohio County Clubv After duo deliberation and much oratory, Otis Howard, Hartford, was elected president; H. B. Lloyd, Martha Fordsvllle, Pate, Hartford, secretary and treasur- unite. er; F. P, Bell, Duford, corresponding y, 'Among those who called on Mrs. Harding during the day were Senators Spencer, of, Missouri, and Kellogg, of Minnesota, both of whom were Included In the group of mild reservatlonlsts; Senator Johnson, of California, a loader of tho lrrecon-cllable- s, Senator Lodge, of Massachusetts, the Republican Senato leader, and Senators Smoot, of Utah; Calder,' of New York; Norrls, of Nebraska, and Phlpps, of Colorado. Discussion of patronage, however, was understood to have been forbidden at the various conferences, several of the senators who saw the President-elec- t quoting him as saying that it was "too early" to consider appointments of ambassadors or of other officials. remained aj the The President-eleMcLean residence all day, disappointing a swarm of callers who congregated at his office in the Senate Office Building. Leaving, hero on a special train at 4:10 p. m,, Mr. and Mrs. Harding will reach their homo in Marlon tomorrow morning after an absence1 of nearly a niORth, most of which has beon devoted to tholr vacation trip to Texas and Panama.' They do not expect t.o return hero ,. until Inauguration day. ct Mr. Mlnton will tako charge of the of the year and Is present to suggest the detailed and to contlnuo the restaurant business particular methods by which these ob- there. Mr. Tate has purchased the jects may be attained, but I have restaurant business cqnducted by J, faith that the inquiries of your sev-er- al Ross Taylor on the corner, In tho old committees will discover tho way Hartford House, while Mr. Taylor "I do not foql It my privilege at property the first New York, Dec. 7 After ruling quite steady for the last two weeks, EVERETT SHAVER MEETS TRAGIC END raw sugar again broke, into new low ground for the season today when aged 20 years, son Porto Rico and full duty sugar sold Everett Shaver, at- 5.51 cents of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Shaver, resid- to a. New York refiner houso, a pound, delivered or a decline, of ing near BenneU's School cent from the previous miles from Hartbout 2 and one-ha- lf " v mot with a tragic end last Frl- - sale. ford, ono-four- th and the method." The only recommendations for other than domestic matters was that for a loan to Armenia to be administered thru American commissioners to avoid "further tempting opportunities" to revolutionary tendencies In that country," and for granting independence to tho Philippines, "to keep our promise to' the people of those ' Islands." has purchased the one-ha- lf Intore&t of Edward Duke in the business of Williams and Duke. Tato assumed charge of tho Taylor restaurant Mon day and on the same date Taylor as sumed his place In the now firm of Williams & Taylor. SUGAR I'lUCE DROPS TO 5.B1 QENTS IN NEW YORK ' Lexington, Ky. Doc. 6 Henry B. A half-dozLoose Leaf Tobacco New York, Dec. 7. SensatlonaL Houses opened for business In Owens- - Lloyd, son of H. D. Lloyd, comes to us disclosures of his mission to this As a senior we find country as a spy for the German gov boro, Monday, with largo stocks on from Fordsvllle. hand, for salo. Tho bidding was so him looking back upon a successful ernment wero given in an alleged con slow dnd prices so extremely low that past. He Is a pledge to tho honorary fession by John Wlllers, formerly a large per cent of tho offerings woro Journalistic fraternity, Alpha Delta captain Jn Company I, 48th United rejected and the weed returned to Sigma and business manager of the States Infantry, alleged thief and debarns. The prices havo continued to Kentucky Kernel, the University serter, after his arrest here tonight sag from day to day. Tho average Nowspaper. He Is also a pledge to charged with absconding with $5,000 as reported through the Owensboro the Delta Sigma PI, tho professional of his company funds on December. press, for Monday, the opening day, commercial fraternity, which has 19, 1918. Ills rcglmont was then stawas: sales, 270,135 pounds $7.23; been organized only recently. We al- tioned at Camp Sevier, Greenville, Tuesday, 163,575 pounds $6.01; Wed so find Lloyd famous n the Patter- S C. son Literary Society. Ho Is majoring nesday 27,475 pounds, $5.57. His capture was accidental. Ho Had no sales been rejected the gen- in the Department of Economics and was crossing Fifth avenue at Forty-secoeral average would havo been sub- we feel that if ho follows his ambistreet, near tho Public Librastantially lower. For instanco It has tion, he will 'soon find himself In ry, when Hugh J. Hannigan, formerbotn figured that tho sales of Mon- New York in tho International Bank- ly a flr3t lieutenant In WiUer's comday, considering no rejections, would ing Corporation. pany, :ecognized him. Hannigan. Tho University of Kentucky is called a policeman and Wlllers was havo sent the average below $.00, so if that1 be correct and the same proud to claim Henry Llpyd and as ho arrested At a police station the rule applies to the sales of Tuesday continues to heap honors upon his prisoner was further identified by-tand Wednesday, the average for shoulders in tho years to come, we other former lieutenants in Comthoso days would have been less than knqw that Fordsvllle will also raise pany I, Sidney P. Sowell and Francis $4.00 perhaps something like $,3.50 its' voice in proud possession. Hatch. Wlllers was then taken to im or less. Governors Island, headquarters of the CHRISTIAN SERVICES It Is said that only a few of the d Army Corps, and placrfd in conflne-ue- nt Buyers are In attendance. In the Owat Fort Jay. Wlllers, tho police Mr. William Savage, a Christian ensboro and other markets of this said, recited in a brazen fashion how section. and that none of the larger minister, will preach nt the Fords- ho was sent to tho United Sfrtes as vllle Christian Church, Saturday one purchasers are represented. It is of 300 cadets trained In tho acts night, December 11th. At the Harttbatfthe market can not possibly of espionage to enlist ln8the Ameri become much worse, as It seems that ford Christian Church, Sunday morn- can army. the bottom Is now in sight, and farm ing December 12th, at 11 o'clock and Promoted From Private. ers should keep their tobacco oft of! at Beavor Dam, Sunday night. This On his arrival in the United States, the market, because to sell now would Is in view of his locating In this Wlllers went to Albany, where he enentail financial ruin upon those county, as county Evangelist. Tho listed,, he said, as a private. His milwhose dependence is placed in this public is cordlaily Invited to all these itary aptitude won him rapid promoof tion and his knowledge of English crop. The weed should bo stripped services, and the membership urged to be and so placed that It may bo kept these congregations and his ability to' "speak like an Amwithout'injury, awaiting a date when present. erican' enabled him to obtain a comsomething. like "a fair price may be mission. "GOOD PIGS," obtained-- . Moves have and are beWlllers said' he had never been ing made to bring together somo sort William Johnson, of Roslne, sent across the ocean and while in. Mr. of organization or concerted action of recently butchered two hogs, seven this country his Instructions "were to Growers, for self protection. We the months old, that netted 245 and 247 act the part of a loyal American" and are not familiar with the program, pounds each. They were to take no action until he reached of one-ha- lf but do know that something musfbe Poland china, the war zone. berkshlre, done if tobacco growers are to be "What was your plan after reach duroc stock and had and saved fromimmense financial losses. ing the other side?" he was asked. not been fed any corn at all, until Representatives of the State' Farm "I could lead the company to new crop had matured, be represen- after the Bureau called a meeting of slaughter," the police say he roplled. ing grown altogether upon kitchen tatives of Farm Bureaus of all tho refuse and sour milk. Instances "You also would bo killed," he wa3- liko Counties in the Green River district, reminded. the above go to show what good We for yesterday, in Owensboro. "What of that? Thousands of bet blood, care and attention will do in were not advised of the action taken ter men died that way. , the production of the lowly hog." on the tobacco situation, at press While being questioned at the pohour. lice station, the police say Wlllers reBAPTISTS RETAIN REV. WALKER; OFFICERS CHOSEN marked that they would bo surprised BROKEN LEGGED MULE If they knew "the number of officials PUTS TOWN IN DARK At the business meeting held Wed at Washington during the' war who nesday evening by the congregation were employed uy Germany as sRles." A mule belonging to Joe Ford, be- pf tho Hartford Baptist Church the "Are they still there?" he was ask- low town a couple of miles', broke a following officers were elected for the ed. t leg last Friday night and thereby put year 1921; Pastor, Russell Walker; , "That I don't know," ho Is said to the electric lighting plant of this Sunday School Superintendent, L. B. have answered. "But there were towa out of business Tuesday night. Tlchenor; Assistant Superintendent, many of them during the war."" It happened thusly: The owner of Cal. P. Keown ;Secretary, Douglass The 48th Infantry was still at Camp the mule furnishes coal to the light Williams; Treasurer, S. A. Bratcher; Sevier when the armistice was signPlant Company for steam purposes Clerk, Jr F. Bruner. ed and his usefulness as a spy waa at and when his muleshlp cracked a an end. Wlllers told the police be m leg, it "busted'' a team. No team HOPPER BROWN. decided to become a deserter and to work, no coal; no coal, no lights. take, they alleged, the funds of, his ' Mr, J. Russell Brown, of Rockport, company. S. L. FULKERSON DEAD. went to Chicago and Miss Iona Hopper, of Route 1, The deserter then McHenry, accompanied by a. few rela- where, about a year ago, he married Squire Sanford L. Fulkerson, of tives, came to Hartford, yesterday af- a young American woman named Rockport, died at tho home of his son, ternoon, procured the necessary per- Crawford. Dr. Harry Fulkerson, In Somerset, mit and were united In marriage at From Chicago, Wlllers roamed Tuesday the 7th, Inst., of asthma. tho County Judge's office, Judge about the country, at various times The remains were brought to Rock-po- rt Cook performing the rites, uniting in his travels trying unsuccessfully to,, and' funeral services conducted the young ctfuple. get a passport to Germany, He disyesterday afternoon at two o'clock, The former Miss Hopper Is a guised himself and waited an appor-tunl-ty after which the- - body was given daughter of Mr. Luther Hopper, of to quit the country. A pair of he being an honored Route 1, McHenry, who recently camo heavy he said, was an im member of that Institution. to this county from Grayson county, portant part of his disguise. In the passing of Squire Fulkerson, while the bridegroom is a son of Mr. When questioned by military auRockport and Ohio County loses a J, L. Brown, Postmaster at Rockport, thorities at Governors Island, Wlllers valuable citizen. He had always Both of the young peoplo are popu- declined to amplify his alleged con- -' manifested sharp interest in the af- lar In their circles and their many tosslon to tho police. fairs of his home town and In the friends with whom the writer Joins, County. Ho had at different times, wish them much success in lite. LEAVE FOR FLORIDA. served as a member of the Ohio Coun ty Fiscal Court besides other posiMr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan and son LltltIAGE LICENSES. tions of a public nature, always renEclls Pierce, Roslne, to Ozana R. N. Rowan and family, of Hetlln, dering services of 100 per cent Wright, Route 2, Hartford. aild Mr. Steve O. Rowan, of Wray, Lee Smith, Route 2 LIvia, to Greek Colorado, who recently arrived here, Akin, Centertown. left Saturday for Crescent City, "Flat, EVANGELIST IIOWKRTpN N. S. Barrass, Beaver Dam, to Or-p- to spend the winter. A. V. and R. N. IS AT HORSE IlRANCfll le Rowan motored thru, leaving Bradon, Beaver Dam. Sunday. Moso Wells, Fordsvllle, to Loatle E. State Evangelist E. L. Howerton, Kirk, Fordsvllle. r- y PHOTOGRAPHY. who was born in this county is no'w in Albert Wallaco, Fordsvlllo, to Clara a meeting at Horse Branch. He has, Newton, Fordsvllle. I will be at my home In Hartford, since roturnlng from France, wherq J. Russell Brown, Rockport, to December 22nd to Jan. 5th,'- - Will bo he served as. Chaplain la the U.S. Ar- Iona Mao Hopper, R. 1, McHenry. my, been connected with the Kentucglad to'do naythlng I can for you In "" ky Baptist Stato Mission .iBoaru, as Mrs. Romnlo Helton and son, of my line of work. ' '' V Evangelist. Yourc truly, v Sunnydclo. wero guests of Mr. and if, EMORY SCIIROETER. Ho closed, on Doc. Cth, at New Mrs. J. D. Holbrook, Wednesday. nd ev-de- nt ne-fourth one-four- th eye-glassha Madl-sonvll- :.:. ""K INSURANCE EMPLOYES mont was carefully weeded out to preLEAGUE GETS vent tho recurrence of such practices Wo fool sure that any reform tho FROM CROOKED committee may recommend will bo found to have taken effect, al JOLT ARGENTINA tho nssembly bo Interpreted nccurato- - ly." Senor Pueyrredon rdcalls thnt tho Invitation rocolved by tho Argentina Republic announced amendmonts to tho covenant nnd that his government then propared a scries of projects which ho summarized in tho assembly on Novombor 17, It Is necessary to distinguish among tho amendments In general, tho noto adds, "those that might havo relation to tho treaty of Versailles from thoso Intended to modify tho covennnt iti tho noble ob-cot guaranteeing humanity against war and assuring practical solidarity and equality among tho states. ct I UMJUUUU already." Attaches Graft on Maimed . Claim, 8,000 Surplus On Payroll. Oeneva, Dec. 4. Tho Argentine delegation's withdrawal fronr the league assembly this attornoon was the first rcof struck during tho courso deliberation, of tho threo weeks' which had been going on with reas- ANCIENT ASCALON iffl m suring smoothness until It got Into TO BE EXCAVATED a fog in the discussion on proposed lII amendments. It was announced some weoks ago 11 ll U mm The Independence shown by Honor-i- o that work ni on under the direction of -by congressional commltteo, It was Pueyrredon in voting against tho Prof. Garstang of Liverpool university GERMANS DELIVER ARMS. y o postponment of consideration of tho and director of tho British archaeoloIcarnixl today. w""' jk- revelations of graft, waste "The Boforo the dato when the delivery amendments and his breaking of tho gical school in Jerusalem would soon and inefficiency In our report will of Gorman weapons was made com- assembly's unanimity, with Senor begin tho oxcavatlon of Ascalon, ono equal, H they do not surpass, tho scan. pulsory, promlums wore offered by Velasquez, of Pnrakuay, supporting Of tho chief cities of the ancient Phils dal bared In the United States the allies for their surrender and him, wero regarded as ominous of a istines. This city on tho Mediteroperations," said Repre- large numbers wore brought in by stormy session, but the Argontlno ranean a dozen in'ls to tho north of Board sentative 3. T. Degg, of Ohio, rank-in- n the women of tho country. A tidy delegation's extreme action In with- Gaza, was tho ono referred to by Da member of the commltteo, was made by the drawing was entirely unexpected. sum of vid when ho said: "Toll it not in Oath, An Idea of the stupendous business women, since 1000 marks was paid There wero two currents of opinion publish it not in the strcots of Ascadone by tho War Risk Insuranco Bu- for an ordinary machine-gu100 this evening.. Ono Is that the direct- lon." reau can be gained when It Is real- marks for a rifle and three marks for ing minds of the assembly have too Ancient Egyptian records dating ised that it has handled a total of a Tho rifles upon re much neglected tho feelings ot the from about 14llo B. C, establish tho 4.400,049 policies, covering insurance ceipt wero broken and rendered use smaller powers and have erred In op- fact that, Ascalon was a city ot no to the total amount of $40,331,640,-flO- less. posing discussion ot amendments; m,onn Importance in that day, long the other is that the Argentine dele- beforo David's time. Egyptian re gation has been too precipitate in Its cords also show that it was captured "It Is difficult to speak calmly of UNION IS READY n HI action. a century or tho eases of wholesale fraud Tifth, Avenue New York TO HALT STRIKE There is no Indication that the oth of of Ramescs so later by tho armies tho bureau, when thousands of II. and blinded er South American delegations will Near tho site of the city tho Chris soldiers were kept waiting for weeks Mine Workers Ask For Conference follow the example of Argentina; tians in tho first crusade won a nota"With O pei ntors In Mincontinued Mr. Bcgg, most of them aro In favor of Puoyr- - ble victory over tho Saracens in 1099. In go District buttonholed with the "finally to be redon's amendments, but will not go Nearly 100 years later Ascalon was h to the extent of withdrawing from tho destroyed by Sultan Blbars suggestion from one insurance examiner or another that his claim for Williamson, W. Va., Dec. 4, A assembly If they are not taken into and Its artificial hrrbor was blocked Snsnrance was worthless but he would statement issued tonight by United consideration. Dr . Octavlo, of the with stone!. Numerous marble pilaco what be could do for him, if the Mine Workers' headquarters hero, Brazilian delegation, said today he lars from the ruins of tho town havo Insnred would give him half of the commenting upon the presence of fed- regretted infinitely that theArgen-tln- e since been carted off by the natives monument to Evangeline Adding most painful episodes In our annals." eral troops in the Mingo County coal delegation had found It necessary and sold in Jaffa and Gaza as build interest to the statue Is tho fact that The act was in pursuance to tho premium received. strike region is concluded with an as to take such radical action. Ho hop- ing stones, Man's work of destrue- - it was niado by ono of tho descendants policy of tho British nnd was Submit a Last Hope. ""Many n poor fellow submitted to sertion that the union is ready to con ed that the withdrawal ot this dele- tion was aided by nnturo; as nrchaeo-ogls- of tho Acadlans, who wero expelled by tho result ot tho Acadlans rofuslng to predicted 40 or more years ago tho British soldiers, In 1755. Tho tako an unqualified path ot allcglanco thin outrageous extortion rather than fer with the operators for a settle- gation from the assembly would be only temporary. desert sands carried In by the wind artist was Philippe Herbert, tho to Great Britain after tho cession ot Ioie all hope of collecting his insur-acc- c ment of tho strike. The statement, signed by David del- havo accumulated over the site until greatest ot Canadian sculptors, whoso Acadia to that country. From another Such practices are beneath the dbjniiyof a common thief, and It Is to Fowler and David Robb, International egation it was learned thero is a great It is hidden from! sight. ancestor, Louis Hcrbort, camo to tho Thero may still bo scon some ot tho be hoped that when the elevn men representatives, said after reciting a deal of feeling over the manner In All that now remains of the town Is a country with the original sottlers in historic old buildings of tho Acadlans 11605. The statue shows Evangellno and tho primitive French manners d who were Indicated In connection with list of alleged grievances that "any which the South and Central Amer- desolate heap ot ruins. bona fide taking a last look at tho land she and customs still oxlst among tho this fraud come before a jury they agreeable intermediary would be ican delegations havo been treated The Pathfinder. to the district and national here. Tho sensitiveness characterismust leave in tho long search for her rural Inhabitants. Evangeline's vil- will receive punishment calculated to unions." EVANGELINE COMEMOHATED lovor. tic of the Latin people, it is declard, dlscsarage snch practices." hgo of Grand Pro has changed but lit "We are willing to gather around has not ben taken into consideration Testimony given by R. G. Cholme-Se- y Tho statuo was unveiled by Lady tlo in size sjnee her day, and Evangc-lino. iNcar me village of Grand Pre, by Burnham, tho wlfo ot an English Jones, director of the bureau, and the conference table,' it was stated, In applying the rules of tho assembly, well Is pointed out to all visitors &eado of various departments before "give our side of the case along with which are still illy defined and Im he shore of tho basin of MInas, whero 'newspaper owner, nnd 'sneaking as an who may thero quench tholr thirst, thR committee, revealed the fact that the operators and arrive at a settle perfectly understood by the delegates. lived tho Acadian girl whom Long- - Englishwoman" she called tho n for now as then, thero Is a possible." has made immortal, a Is a marked sentiment There of tho (5,000 or more Acadlans at ono time the bureau employed a ment, if lime No Complnint. bucket fastened with Iron" in among the smaller powers that they I Sized Statue has been unveiled, a from tholr nntlvn lnml "nun nf thn regular use. total of 17,000 persons. At the same Regarding the "military occupa are not expected to take any con ftlrne, the head of ono large branch of 4hD work admitted that.there was on- - tion of the mining fields" the state spicuous part. M. Haymans, president ot the asly fiork enough to keep his employes jment said that under the jurisdiction busy eleven days out of every twenty-si- of Col. Herman Hall the union had sembly, has been In consultation with nothing whatever to complain of. 'He M. Vivlanl, of France, and other del"It is impossible to estimate what has treated our leading officers with egates regarding the situation arising ne loss was on surplus employes, gentlemanly respect and we have a out of Senor Pueyrredon's letter anthat they right to assume he has treated the nouncing withdrawal. tnt when Jt is M. Hymans declined to .make any KCMsjiahlnn average of $1,500 apiece other side with the same respect, St 13 clear that the loss runs into many therefore, we believe that Col. Hall statement before he placed the matIntends to be fair and uphold the high ter before tho assembly. millions," Mr. Begg declared, hdnor of our military Institution." Would Cut Out Aiticle X. Ovcrpnjmcnts. .Millions in c Production and personnel fgures of, An amendment to the covenant to "In addition to this the loss al- mnes, affected by the strike for the the League ot Nations eliminating ready bas been discovered of today by Article X, tho nost mooted section in "overpayments of allot- month of November, issued part the Coal Operators' Association, show of the pact, was Introduced In thj ments. This was due In large 1,703 men employed, with a produc-io- n assembly of the league today by to the extremely bad of 135,012 tons. This was an in- Charles J. Doherty, Canadian minisbetween the War Department and tho bureau. In some cases allotments crease of 375 employes over the num- ter of justice, The amendment procontinued to be paid many months ber for October and an Increase ot bably will be'referred to the commitafter a man had been discharged. 24,931 tons during tho same period. tee on amendments. Eight Mines Idle. The text of Mr. Doherty's resoluWhen the cases were finally discoThere are about eight mines not tion reads: vered attempts wero made to collect "Resolved that Article X of the '.from poor families who had accepted producing In tho district which have the checks in good faith but in most been Idle since the strike began, it covenant of the League of Nations be, opera and is, hereby stricken out." instances without result. This policy was said at the office of the tors' association. It is expected these hardships. Boforo reference of this resolution often worked untold Itenrcsentatlve Dale, of Vermont, will be In operation shortly, officials to the committee It will be necessary Is chairman of the committee investi- declared. David Fowler, In charge under the rules that tho officials ot 1, 1921 gating the war risk scandal. He 13 of the strike, arrived from Indiana- the assembly called tho steering compolls today. pany decide whether they shall rec expected to arriVa In Washington No disturbances were reported in ommend that it bo put on the Agenda. Dloaday and to call for resumption of & the district today, it was said at miliDoherty said to tho Associated Searings. tary headquarters tonight. Press after tho morning session: Discovery of frauds practiced on "In introducing tho resolution for xnblxacd soldiers in tho Bureau of Heartburn is a symptom, of indiWar Risks Insuranco was first made gestion. Take a dose of HERBINE eliminating Article X from tho coveon Jnly 29, last. On that date three In such cases. The pain disappears nant of the league I am only followfiaamlners were arrested and held In instantly. The bowels operate speed- ing the policy adopted from the beginning of the discussion ot that arJitf.QdO ball. ily and you feel fine, vigorous and Thuy aro: William "W. Salisbury, cheerful. Price 60c. 'Sold by Ohio ticle during tho peace conference. We never approved it; we ratifiod the of Buffalo, N. Y Patrick O'Brien, of County Drug Co. ' m covenant containing It because to relies Moines, la., and David Griswold, m let it was to reject the treaty ot VerBrooklyn, N. Y. Later George W. HENRY WINS RACE WITH ot Sultx, of Washington; Daniol O'Koefe, UNFORTUNATE COYOTE sailles, but wo reserved the right to take .up the question again at "the an attorney of Washington and Aloys-IoYoung, of Washington, wero Collins, Col., Dec. 4. Low- proper time' Fort Asked regarding the report that on similar charges. Theso men ell Allen, student at Colorado State 20 havo not yet been tried. Agricultural College, on his way to ono ot the principal objects was to 20 The frauds camo to light when a college in his flivver, saw a coyote pave the way for the entry of tho maimed soldier from Arizona appeal In the road. The next instant the an- - United States into tho league, Mr. 15 ed to benator Asnurst oi tnat state. Jmai was a gray streak ahead. Allen Doherty said: "Of course, if, Incident protection against war risk em- -' stopped on the gas. Tho coyote kopt ally, elimination of Article X faclll-- j lor 15 plnyuB who were trying to rob him ' t0 tne roajt it8 tongue hanging out as tate3 the entry of our neighbor we eC thusreater Part of his componsa- - jt broke all coyote records; but near-llo- shall be delighted, but it is Canadian Senator Ashurst reported the or ami nearer crawled tho Henry, initiative from a pure Canadian and do- - wJtn a grn on it8 radiator, until, with standpoint." mntlur to the government 10 inandod an Investigation. Scores of a rlnai grunt ami lattle it leaped upon Piu'j rredon Slums Faith to 1'rinciplo Geneva, Dec. 4. Senor Pueyrre wridlere declare they had boon made tno yauauished speed king of the don's note to M. Hynians Informing " before they to divide paralrlo and ran over him, the chairman that tho Argentine del n cent ot their Insurance coughs that resist ordi- egation was leuving the assembly, ton. When confronted with luctk an official ot tho bureau nary remedies require both external rotors to tho vote of tho assembly on 4ut dlilxwt rtony the validity of tho chargo and internal treatment. If you buy tho Scandinavian amendments and a dollar bottle of Ballard's Horehound says that nfter deeming It an Imperionly mplylng: nn organization omploylng Syrup you get the two remodles you ous noctssity to consider tho amend"ln inoru people than some cities hnvo need for the price of one. There Is a ments to the covenant at this session, gwpuTlullun, U is unfair not to expect Uorrlck'a Red Popper Porous Plaster ho voted alono against nostnonmont. that crooks vlll bo found After tho for tho chest, free with each bottle, desiring that "tho Irrevocable doclslon m which I had tho honor to anuounco to dbuuvery of frauds tho claim depart- - Sold by Oho County Drug Co. Washington, Doc. 3. Maimed soldiers have beon swindled by the thousands, millions of dollars have been thrown nway In overpayment of soldiers' Allotments, and other millions havo hoen wasted on at least 3,000 surplns employes for whom no work could ho found, according to an Investigation of tho Dureau of War Kisk Insurance now being conducted Splendid Cough Medicine. "As I feel that every family should medicine know what a splendid Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I am only too pleased to relato my ex- porlonco nnd only wish that I had mown of its merits years ago," writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Forgusoti Station, Mo., "I glvo it to my children when thoy show the slightest symptoms of being croupy, and when I have a cough or cold on tho lungs a very few doses will relieve me, and by taking It for a few days I soon get rid of the m cold." Withdrawal Unlookcd For; Move To Eliminate Article X. 1 v V I - J ueA 1 1 r C I I I One El eve III a III Ship-pin- . to-da- pin-non- n, hand-grenad- e. h O. discov-crcdl- II one-legge- d, one-arm- ante-rooms- ," well-nig- antl-Fron- ts Latin-Americ- woll-nlg- ht half-burle- ..... i 's expul-fello- w "moss-grow- llfo-'sl- on x. WALLACE (& DUNN a CROMWELL, KY. $11,-000,0- 00 REDUCTION SALE BEGIN! And Closes February Saturday, November 27, 1920 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. ns DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: Overalls, Harness, Shoes, ed : per cent Discount per cent Discount per cent Discount Rubber Goods, per cent Discount x x. All other goods are subject to a J "Iirty-flfty- per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. com-Xito- iil Deep-seate- d WALLACE & DUNN Cromwell, Ky. TO GUT 250,000 FROM U. S. PAYROLL Republicans Grind Shears, To Oust Useless Employees, Aim Washington ,Doc. 0. How to by $250,000 the present padded payroll of the- government Is tho problem which tho now Republican administration will tako up as soon as It enters power. At tho beginning of tho war with Gormany thoro wero 30,000 govorn- -' mont employes in Washington. During tho conflict as the result of tho extravagant methods of tho Wilson administration, this total jumped to 132,000. After the armistlco had been signed In 1918 tho osocutlvs dero-du- co partments ed. nslccd that this bu Increas- i The Republicans held up theso d estimates and, when they captured Congress, speedily reduced the number to 90,000 In ono year getting rid of 42,000 omploycswho had becomo a-- burden of the to tho taxpayers A country. neprcsontatlvo Will R. Wood of Indiana, chairman of tho subcommittee of tho Appropriations Committee in chargo of tho legislative bill to becomo cffcctlvp after June 30, next, declares that tho number of Washington government employees will bo so reduced that not moro than 75,000 will bo provided for, thus in a year and a half lopping off a total af 57,000 employees In Washington alone. This is only tho beginning of the reduction that Is planned, howover, Chairman Good, of tho House Appropriations Committee; Senator Curtis, whip in the of Kansas Republican Senate, and other Republican leaders at tho Capitol, aro insisting that the reductions must be made in every department of the Federal servico and that many of the bureaus established during tho war shall bo legislated out of existence altogether. Thero are now more than 700,000 men and women in tho employ of the United Statos government throughout tho country. On January 31, 1920 tliero were 757,854 on the payrolls of tho Federal government, but Congress during the last session, reduced 'this number1 to about 700,000. The reduction of 250,000 in tho size of tho army of Federal employees that Is hoped for by Congressional , loaders would result in ah annual savand ing of between $300,000,000 $400,000,000 to the taxpayers, It is estimated. Senator Lodge, Republican loade- tho upper Houso, and Representative Mondoll, Republican leader In tho lower House, declare their Intention of insisting upon wholebale reductions in tho number of Federal employees. The present administration, how-ove- r, has submitted estimates tb the House Appropriations Committee that in nearly every caso call for additional omployces for tho next fiscal year has About tho only oxceptlon-tha- t bcon noted is in tho caso of tho Bureau of War Risk Insurance, whore nn immedlato reduction of about is reported contemplated at onco. Chairman Wood said that ho could not understand why now clerks woro bolng asked for in tho legislative bill, which his commltteo hopes to have ready for reporting to Congress by Decombor 15. "Wo have today in Washington under tho civil service something over and between 5,000 90,000 and 6,000 unclassified, making a tn- -' jr tal of 9.'Mi 00 government employees hero", said Mr. Wood "Hcfoie tho. war thero wero about 37,000. It Is idlo for any. ono to say that thero is now three limes as much work done A. hero z& befoit tho war. or thirty Thero aro twenty-fiv-e bureaus, meant by the law that created them to bo merely for tho war omorgoncy, that are trying to lnduco us to mako them permanent and to get a larger force than before. "Evory man who comes before us agrees that thero ought to bo a re duction in tho numbor of civil service employees in Washington, but they insist that tho cut must come somewhere else than in their nwn offices." ' 0 ' ada. Tho Hudson Bay Company, faBUT mous ploneor developer of tho American continent, has been chartered by THEY LIVE HIGH tho government to domestlcato theso . animals, and a soparato department of tho company with a capital of $200,-00- 0 and tho advlco of tho noted Arc- Say Envious Veterans Of tic explorer, Vilhajamur Stefnnnson, Arctic, Of Crcv On will proceed at onco with Its plans. Stofannson spent fivo years In tho Polar Bear far north living almost exclusively on tho land. Ho says the musU ox and tho reindeer, which abound at tho in Soattlc, Dec. 4. Wlntor-boiln- d Arctic circle, can be mado to supply tho Arctic, trapped by ice, marooned meat and wool. hundreds of miles from tho nearest "Land Is first sought by hunters, whlto setlemont this is the shocknext by farmers and finnlly by manu- ing plight of tho two trading schoon- facturers," says , Stefannson. "Wo iors, Polar Bear and Belinda, caught havo hunted tho far north. Now iby nn oariy freeze-u- p west of North .. comes tho tlmo of grazing and cattta?-- ,, raising and after that perhaps an Inreading of tho fato dustrial development." of tho traders, shiver In sympathy and "Musk oxen and reindeer aro moro plcturo gaunt men gnawing boiled valuablo for beof than cattle," says mukluks on the desolate floe. ''The musk ox forages Stofannson. But oUUImers in Arctic waters for itself and will produce 16 to 18 chuckle. They aro onvlou3 of tho pounds of wool a yenr. men In tho Belinda and Polar Bear. "Thero aro hugo stores of oil, tim- All tho expressions of sympathy from water-pow- er ber and minerals and plenty of Arctic navigators and traders could in tho far north. Sooner or bo summed up In tho phrase "The lator tho musk ox and reindeer will lucky stiffs." lead the way to tho population of that They hope that no relief expedition section." Is spnt out from Nomo in behalf of tho costly cargoes of furs carried by Cliambcrlnln'j Tablets. the two vessels, because thoy plcturo Theso tablets aro intended especial- a merry, merry winter for tho hardy ly for indigestion and constipation. adventurers In snug winter quarters. "They may run out of butter or asThey tono up tho stomach and enablo it to porform its functions naturally. paragus tips." said Olaf Swenson, of Thoy act gently on tho liver and Hlbbard & Swonson, who escaped bowels, thereby restoring tho stom- a few hours being caught in tho ice ach and bowels to a healthy condi- on his return trip from Siberia in tho tion. When you feel dull, stupid and company'3 motorshlp, Kam'achaika. constipated glvo thom a trial. You Plenty To Eat aro certain to bo pleased with their "But those lads aro In tho midst m of a rich relndeor country and will etfcct Thoy could kill live like kings. enough game, for that matter, to OBREGON GUEST OF keep alive if it was necessary. It is VISITING GOVERNORS but a pleasant dog sled trip to East Cape, 400 miles distant, where $100,-00- 0 Seattlo worth of provisions, Hobby, Onco Regarded As Mexican prices, are available. Enemy, Speaker At Swenson has wintered in similar State Dinner. circumstances and so has Carl Albert-se- n of the Independent Packing Co., Mexico City, Dec. 4. Tho visiting American governors wero tho hosts who, except for business reasons, this afternoon at n banquet to Presi- would rather bo in tho Polar Bear than In Seattle, dent Obregon and high Mexican "They will play cards, dance, glvo at which Governor Hobby, of concerts, take hikes, hunt, play shinTexas, who had formerly been by the Mexican press as an ny and havo a good old tlmo, generalenemy of Mexico, and an advocate of ly," said Albertsen. Btnuncn Vesesl. ntervention, was the principal Speakschoon. .The Polar Bcnr, n Mxty-to- n er. "President Obregon has pledged er, is a famous craft in her class. Sho hlmsolf to the principles of honesty was purchased fr.om Capt. Louis Laho m government," said Governor Hob- by Stefansson, the explorer, and was Company by, "and the wholo civilized world .sold, to the LIndcberg-Col- o of Nome, after doing valiant servico stands ready to uphold his hands, along the unchartered strip of coast his government. "Thero havo always been tlos of visited by Stefansson, as head of tho friendship and natural bonds of at- Canadian Arctic expedition. No harm tachment beawpen the United States will come to the Polar Bear, in the iiul Moxlco, and when theso havo opinion of niarlno men. Veterans Of Tho Ice, been brokon It has been duo to a temCapt, Crls Goodmansen, skilled in porary misunderstanding, or, to a degree, Impatience. Wo havo come tho tricks of ice travel, is in command here with tho hopo that as a result of tho Polar Bear. Ho Is accompaniof our visit it will be impossible for ed by KInar Olsen, trader, and three sailors. Tho Belinda, supposed to nny misunderstanding or avent that concerns us mutually ever be icebound near the Polar Bear, is commanded by Capt. 'Arnold Castel, to occur again. "Wo would havo history written so who took Stefansson on his long 'eastthaj all who invoke blessings upon ern voyage along tho Arctic Coast of tho names of Washington. Lincoln, tho continent'. Tho Polar Bear carries a cargo of Jefferson, Davis and Wilson will In tho same prayer sanctify tho memory furs worth $50,000 or more in the of Bonlto Juarez and glorify tho narao opinion of other traders. of Alvaro Obregon." Should Bo Quarantined. A banquet was hold tonight under Many physicians bellovo that anytho auspices of tho confederation of one who has a bad cold should be chambers of commerce, and a ker-me- ss provent other tomorrow will concludo tho of completely isolated to family and associates Sev- members of the. flcial Inaugural entertainment. contracting tho disease., as colds eral delegations are leaving for tho from are about as catching as measles. Ono United States tomorrow night. t thing sure the sooner ono ritls himself of a cold tho less tho dangpr, and you will look a good while before you find a better medicine than Chamberlain's Cough Remedy to aid you In For Infants .and Children m curing a cold. D, Stay-at-home- s, char-ictorlz- ed new "peace organization for chemical warfare and experiment. "Tho function of tho committee is stated to bo "tho development to tho utmost extent of both the offenslvo nnd defensive nspcts ot chemical warfare.' Its work Is governed, as regards disclosures, by tho tonus of tho Official Secrets act, and ovcry member of tho commltteo will bo required to sign a statement that he has read tho act and Is prepared to nbldo by Its provisions." Professor Soddy is against accept lng the iuvitnion until scientists generally have definitely stated their position in regard to poison gas. "I think," he said, 'that scientists should stand for something higher than anything which has yet found expression and representation in governments;, particularly in their international re- Children Cry for Fletcher' jw m Iho Kind You Have Always Bought, and which ha3 iwwa u iu iur over over ou years, uas oorne the eignatuie . ana nas Deen made irndr hfs ? v?5S55SsSSiSs Just-as-go- mm ?t ' are out All Counterfeits, Imitations and " Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health, of Infants and Children Experience against Experimtut C&&ffl&&t emu "!""!!? J V?- s,ri ii u uiiu iu uecuivc you ia tnis.. lations." o Enjoy Your Meals? If you do not enjoy your meals your digestion is faulty. Est moderately, especially of meats, masticate your food thoroughly. Lot five hours olapse between meals and take ono of Chamberlain's Tablets immediately after supper and you will soon find your meals to be a real pleasure. m Do You Castoria is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, PareTfc,, Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains-neitheOpium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has. been In constant use for the relief of Constipation, Flatulency, "Wind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Fevcrishness atisicf therefrom, and by regulating the Stomach and Bowelst aids the assimilation of Food; giving henlthy and natural sleta. The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. r What is CASTOR! A -- GENUINE KICII OIL FIELDS FOUND Newly discovered petroleum fields near Llmogno havo been pronounced by a Russian expert as indicating a vast oil basin In that region. Steps havo been taken by the government to Investigate the area, Which is said to have the same geological formation as the Mexican oil fields. New laws are being passed and steps are being taken to mjako France independent as far as petroleum is concerned In case expectations from the new fields are realized. CASTORIA 'Bears the Signature ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought TMK CKNTAUR COMPANY. NEW VORK CITY. CLAIMS GERMANS MURDERED CZAR By British Writer Assertion Bused On Revelations Of Russ Officer. Mndo ;&&. VMiii' J m vk "A CASTOR rA the In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears Signature of fe&ic LEAGUE DISINTEGRATION INEVITABLE, KNOX SAYS Washington, Dec. 4. "The Inevitable disintegration of the Leaguo of Nations has begun," Senator Knox, of Pennsylvania said tonight, commenting on the dispatches from Geneva telling of the withdrawal of the Argentine delegation from the league assembly. "It comes a lltle earlier than I had expected," Senator Knox added. "Some nations represented in the. league seem to bo beginning to find tho same objections to it that tho Republicans raised two years ago," said Senator Lodge, chairman ot the Foreign Relations Committee. "I am very much itnerested in tho reports from Geneva," ho said, "but we do not know enough to pass judg- aurgeons agree that In cases of Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the First Treatment is most (important. Whon an efficient antiseptic is applied promptly, thero is no danger of infection and tho wuond begins to heal at onco. For uso on man or beast, Borozono Is tho Ideal AntlBop-tl- e and Healing Agent. Buy it now and bo ready for an emergency, Price 26c, 50o, $;.00 and $1.50. Sold by '. m ment." Ohio County Drug Co. . m) 4 Sickly children nedd White's Cream MUSK WILL DOMESTICATE It not only destroys tho OX, REINDEER IN CANADA Vormitugo. worms, If thero bo any, but it acts ns strengthening' tonic in the stomach Winnipeg, Canada, Dec. 4. Tho a may bq- - and bowels. Price 30c per bottle, reindeer and tho musk ox Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. in now sourcos of wealth to Can Louisville Horald. (By Earl C. Reeves.) London, Dec. 4. Czar Nicholas II was murdered by the Germans for motives of German policy and with the connivance, if not the instigation, of the German government. Such is the sensational assertion of John Pollock, son of one of Britain's most eminent Jurists, and formerly just as speaks correspondent in tne uaitic lor me highly of them." Dally Express and International News Servico. Pollock make his charges In a closely-reasone- d article in the Fortope of England's nightly Rev-lew-, most conservative periodicals. The "The Pink Tablets in the Yellow BopS 0 assertion is based on the statement ot . LE ROY, N. Y. an officer companion of tho czar with .whom Pollock talked. Germany, declared Pollock, was engineering a scheme for the abdication of Nicholas, the raising of his son to the throno, and the appointment of tho Grand Duke ot Hesse, the brother, as regent. A further condition of the scheme was tlie assurance that tho son should marry a German princess. ' Nicholas, In tho act of abdication signed by Pskov, had abdicated the Interesting Experience of a Texas Lady Who Declares That i throno not only for hlmsolf, but for Women Knew About Cardui They Would Be Spared his son as well. It was proposed that Nicholas be brought back to Much Sickness and Worry. Russia, where ha would recant his abdication as having been obtained Navasota, Texas. Mrs. V. M. Peden, I couldn't rest well at night and was under pressure and then again sol of this place,relates the following interest- just lifeless. emnly abdicate, but this time in fa"I heard of Cardui and after rcafiagl ing account of how she recovered her vor of his son. she was decided I had some female trouble Skat Tho czar's reply to this proposal, slrength, having realized that was pulling me down. I sent for Canhu according to the officer quoted by actually losing her health: and began it. . . "Health is the greatest thing in the Pollock, was: "In a very short while after I begems "I will not be a traitor to my peo- world, and when you feel that gradually Cardui Home Treatment I saw oh imlipping away from you, you certainly sit ple." provement and it wasn't Ionguululwas whereby Germany tip and take notice. That is what I did all right good appetite, splendid start, So the coup myself in a hoped to uso the resources of Russia soma time ago when I found run-docondition of and much stronger so that I easily dklwy to feed her starving population, and very nervous, BRITISH ANXIOUS TO felt so lifeless house work. I was so tired and hor weakening western front health. "Later I took a bottle of Cardta as 1 could hardly go at all. DEVELOP POISON GAS buttress was blocked. And Nicholas and all tonic. 1 can recommend Cardui asdgbS-i- y "I was Just no account for work. I his relatives who nlght have had. any do so, for if more women knew. H London, Dec. 4. rTho British War knowledge of the proposal met their would get a bucket of water and would would save a great deal of wotry & ' Office is now seklng to mobilize tho deaths at the hands of Magyar as- teel so weak I would have to set it down sickness." fft oefore 1 felt like I could Hit it to the shelf. scientists of the country for the de- sassins. The enthusiastic praise ofthoasaMisai In this condition, of course, to do even velopment of the use of poison gas In The story is, ot course, as completeother women who have found Cvdai was a task almost im- helpful warfare. ly unconflrmable as are many other my housework should convince you that it is possible to accomplish. The revelation is mado by Dr, Fred- reports that come out of Russia. worth trying. All druggists sell ii. "1 was . . . amyous and easily udsc. erick Soddy, professor of chemistry mm University of Oxford, one of at the PAYS. BIG TAX. the scientists approached by the War Office in their action, which is in Tho Dutch government has estimat- the Rio Grande, taking with them, It they like tho American best and ' of the October declaration of ed the wealth ot the former German is estimated $2,000,000 in wages. it to remain as long as a forelea arwar the council of the Leaguo of Nations emperor at $522,000 annually, and More than 10,000 Mexicans wero is needed on German soil. Tbe brought Into the state this year, The of Coblenz havo been adapted toserro that "this council can not legitimatize tho little town of Doom where he American sel-dle- rs. the uke of poison gas and must seek expects to recolvo as Its share shacks in which they live during the the liberal, weU-jtai- d means to prevent its manufacture." beet season are insufficient shelter ot tho tax on his estate more .than The position taken up by tho War $13,000. This will bo about There is much 'speculation as to for the wJnter. A movement is on Office is that evory country Is pressof the. taxes for the entire town foot to interest Colorado communities which qf thoother powera tMit ocing forward its experiments with poi- and the citizens are beginning to look in making provision for housing Mex- cupy tho Coblenz area in caso at tk son gas, and that Great Britain can upon the exile as a welcome guest. icans during the winter in order to evacuation of tho Americans. Tb -not afford to drop behind. mm havo a supply ot labor tor railroad Germans hate the French and tbe BelSoddy's statement has caused great MANY MEXICANS and other work for gians mbst and would prefer Ift construction ARE RETURNING HOME which it is hard to get American la- British. surprise hero, and pacifists are in The great government reservattaiK sisting that the assembly 'of the league bor. Denver, Dec. 5. Union Station ' in the rugged, Rhinoland hilts afford! i at Geneva shall issue the strongest tho Americans a splendid opportunity possible veto on this cruel form of waiting rooms are crowded Just now LIKE AMEKIOAX AR3IY REST to carry on war maneuvers uad to acwith swarthy men, darkeyed women The professor says: warfare. The Gorman peoplo around Coblenz custom thomselvos to tho uso of liiv "I have Just reclvod an invitation with shawls worn mantilla-fashiofrom tho War office to become an and swarming brown babies. Eight are now afraid ot losing tho American ammunition whore results am visiMei. associate member of tho committee thousand Mexican sugar beet laborers arm(y as a result ot tho rocent elec- Accordingly thero is a constant sunniS now being constituted as part of the aro going South from Colorado across tion. Of all tho armies of occupation of tho firing of guns ot all size. man just said, a few minutes ago, he would not think of leaving home without a package of Lane's Cold Tablets in his bag, and every one who has Used these tablets JAjJES 6ID TABLETS ! I IS YOUR HEALTH 6BADUALLY SLIPPIM8? m ... f a a 1 co re-sid- es one-four- th n, The Hartford Republican Publlshcil Weekly by HARTFORD PRINTING COJIPANY Incorporntctl IV. S. TINSLRV, Editor nnd Business Manager. Entered according to lnw at the Postotflco, Hartford, Ky., as uail siattor of the second class. Address nil communications to The Hartford Republican. XOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent (o a now address must glvo tho old iddress In making tho requost. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and Co for ea5ienu "no nnd slgnnutro, money In advance. t Church Notices for services free, lc per hut other advertisements, word. will Anonymous communications recolvo no attention, T- to keep tho Judge incident from "- "f getting to tho Judged Sunday School NOBEL PRIZE WILL BE Class, nnd hopo that no tattler'l run GIVEN WILSON DEC. 16 and tell It. old, was shot and Instantly killed at midnight last night by Eugene Wedding, nt Beats Switch, ten miles from the city, on tho Hcndorson Route Railroad, while the mnn was attempting to 'break Into tho general merchandise store of Campbell and Wedding. Wedding used a shotgun and shot the man thru tho heart. His body was brought hero today, and so far no ono has been nblo to Identify it. Wedding said he was aroused by a noise1 in tho roar of tho store nnd ho called to tho man to submit to arrest beforo ho shot, but Instead he started toward him with a raised hatchot, in his hand. The hatchet was found grasped in his right hand by tho Coroner. A verdict exonerating Wedding was re- STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluke.) iMHMIIIIII HI J j MHIIOJMJLhuRu y Judge John B. Wilson caught a "possum" in Will Gillespie's chicken coop Tuesday, at low twelve,. Now what wo wish to know Is, Just vhat business did have' in chicken lot nt that hour of tho Gillespie was awakenel by night? the commotion made nnd got out in time to get n freshly killed fowl, but wo don't know whether the "varmint" did it or not. Wilson got tho "possum." Wo hain't castcn no reflections! understand, simply recordln an Item of news as" we picked it up. tho-JudgOill-csplo- Pre-W- ar Prices NOW AT 's Beaver Dam Coal Compay's Stores In the past 30 days the manufacturers have made big turned. Wo have promised Wilson-possum - TELEPHONES formers Mutual Cumberland 69 123 FRIDAY , DECEMBER 10 Prices aro said to be falling, but or other they don't seem to us in their path of descent. hit Bomehow a Lula Elizabeth Hoover, daughter message delivered to Congress of C. G. and Annie Hoover, was born The Tuesday, is tho last regular one ever September 11, 1897, died December to bo prepared by President Wilson to 4, 1920, age 23 years 2 months and be read before that august body, and, 23 days. She united with Clear Run Baptist this, wo bellove, is the only regular It seems strange about how curious message prepared by the President Church in her childhood and remain- some people are. Absence, tho, apnot delivered In person. Whether ho ed a member until God called her pears to forever lend enchantment. would have followed his usual cus- home. She was buried in Clear Run Frlnstance I. D. Claire" is'so hungry tom in this instance had he been in a Cemetery Sunday afternoon. to see Battle Nail and Eck Rial's old She leaves a father, mother, four gray sound physical condition is another hoss, while wo would be willing question. We doubt however, that sisters and one brother, with a host to undergo a lot of trouble to rest he would have pursued a different of relatives and friends to mourn her our optics on that dear old frisky course even had ho been enjoying his early departure. A short burial ser- Tom Stevens, nnd we do now and former good health, in view of all that vice was held at the grave by Rev. hereby solemnly propose to I. D. C. has happened recently,. We sympa- Smith, where he beautifully Impress- that we will endeavor to send Battle, thize with President Wilson and none ed upon the minds of all present her the gray boss and Eck too? to Central can but regret hi3 broken physical dying request "To meet her in the City, provided Clairo will' get Tom condition. We doubt not, however Realms above where sorrow and suf up here for a couple of days, and he that his physical ruin was Induced by fering Is not Known," may keep the trio as long as ho can, his own acts the pace he set during or wishes to for that matter. Wo the two or three years preceding his A precipus one from us is gone; know that the absence of the latter A voice we loved Is still, affliction was a swift one. Ho shoulthree would prove enchanting to dered too much weight, ho placed A place is vacant in our home scores of good folks hero. That never can be filled. himself as the axis upon which the wholo government revolved. Ho atSALE. tempted the utterly Impossible. It God, in his wisdom, has recalled The boon o'f love is given must revolve his way and according to 79 acres land on Rockport and his manner of thought or else it did And though her body slumbers hero Centertown road one and one half We know her soul is safe in miles from Centertown. Good house not revolve at all. He stopped at heaven. nothing to have his way and ignored, and barn. Will sell reasonable. completely, everything and everybody Call on R. L. ENGLAND, who dared to move in a "channel not McHonry, Ky. R. 1. 24tl LOUISVILLE MARKETS. traversed ahead by himself. Those fc who persisted in clinging to opinions The Pleasant Ridgo Graded School Cattle Light inquiry for feeder different from his pronouncements is prepared to receive six additional stock-er- s stocker whether of his own political party or and neglected. cattlo. Common heavy High School Students during tho Weak trade in not, he crushed and cast asido, where-cvcoming term. Course of study apsteer division with few heavy kinds and whenover ho found it in his proved by the State Board of Educanotpower so to do. This trait In Wilson offered. Fairly good clearance tion. Second term Jan. 3rd to April ed. alienated every person, almost, of ev23. Tuition to Common School Quotations Prime heavy steers $9 ery political faith, other than hl own, free. heavy shipping steors $8 9; Graduates 10; and even hundreds of thousands of I. S. MASON, Principal. light steers Ills own party to him became as medium steers Route 2, Utlca, Ky. fat aliens. It was and is due to his $5.50Q)7; fat heifers course of action along these lines cows $56.50; medium cows $3.75; ROSINE. $3.25(0)3.75; cannors $2.50 that ho, as President, was able to cutters bulls "3.25; feeders $6 $45.50; accomplish so little, or practically sJTo; People here are looking for an nothing during his last two and one-ha- lf copy's stockers $3.507; choice milk Oil Company to begin digging for oil medium $6080; ?80100; years as head of the Nation. Dy In a short tlifte. GO. bis actf there was not a chance of common $40 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Stewart are Calves Prices declined COc. Best his procuring anything ho desired. visiting Mr. Stewarts parents, Mr. and veals $10011; medium to good $5 except.lt coincided with the desires Mrs. C. Stewart. of a considerable majority. Beyond 7.50; common to medium $2.50 4. Mrs. William Combs is improving Hogs A fairly active demand was .doubt, as we see It, Wilson's overofferings, but with from a serious Illness. powering weakness was a clear cut noted for tho Mr. Talton Embry has been travelweak reports from outside points. case of too much Baring for his health, and looks a great ring this weakness, which proved his Prices showed a quarter loss on all deal better. inln nnd which completely, or as grades. Best bogsto 120 pounds and Tho school in progress hero is near, up $9.50; pigs 90 120 pounds $9; nearly so as possible to think, of, 90 pounds down $7.50; thrpwouts lng to a close. Just ono more week tho great Party of which he beforo vacation time. was head. His mental 'ability and $7.50 down. Mr. Lafe Embry's mother is with changes Sheep and lambs Few capacity for thought is ip rejnain unnoted in prices. Llnitod demand for him now. She is very ill with rheuquestioned. His greatness, for, a matism. time, made him respected, but be the offerings. Best lambs quotable Xmas will soon bo here and folks at $7 J; seconds $4 5. Best fat could not bo classed asrav great leadare Just looking for most any old sheep $3 down; bucks $2 down. er of men. His stylo was rather in thing to take place, except a good PRODUCE. the nature of a driver, oftentimes ho revival of church services. That is a Butter, Eggs nnd Poultry. becamo a cruel driver, not hesitating thing of the past, it seems. to lay on (ho biting thongs, tho they Local produce dealers quote buyinr Mr. Truman Taylor is out again, cut to the. quick. All who followed prices as follows, net to shipper the after a long and serious illness. 11m must admit his greatness along shipper paying froight and drayage Tweddell visited relatives Mrs. many lines, yet at tho same time, duo charges: in Roslne Saturday, on her way homo to his tactics, his burning desire to Eggs 65)68c dozen. from Owonsboro. have his way, and his every attempt Butter Country 1820c. Miss Donnle Farris is visiting to utterly crush any and all who did Poultry Hens 18 20c lb.; largo friends in Butler County this wcok. not see thru his spectacles and do his spring chickens 18 20c lb,; small bidding, he will leave tho Whito 23 24c lb.; old roosters 13c lb.; A Mlssourlan has designed an adHouse next March tho 4th. unwept young ducks 22 24c lb.; No. 1 tur- justable bookmark with a guide that and unloved to an extent far keys 2835c lb,; geese 1518c lb.; moves sldewlse or vertically. greater than any President who over guineas 30c each; young guineas 50c. RESTAURANT before occupied that exalted posiRabbits $2.50 3 dozen. tion. Creamery Ilutter nnd Cheese Ilavo purchasod Minton's RestauButter Croamery, tubs 47 53c. JIOUDEH WITH RAISED AX Cheese full cream Wisconsin dai- rant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris' IS SLAIN 1JV MERCHANT sies 32c lb,,' domestic Swiss blocks Garage, Will serve hot lunches at 45c; full cream llmburger 31c; full all hours. NlcO line fresh groceries. j Henderson, Ky., Doc. 7. An un- cream bricks 30c; long horn cheese Your patronaga will bo appreciated. ARTHUR LEACH. I 20tf identified white man, about 25 years 32c; square 34c. " er In the town of Doom where the "Dill" Is domiciled, he Is being looked upon with considerable favor, as the tax upon his income amounts to $13,000 annually, or of all the tax paid Into the town's treasury. one-four- th Copenhagen) Dec, 7.' Announcement is made that tho Nobel Peace Prize will bo conferred on President Wilson of tho United States December 10. Tho ceremony will be held as usual, In the Norwegian Storthing, which awards tho prize. Tho Nobel Peaco Prize carries with It a grant of about $40,000, which is one-fift- h of tho annual interest on bout $9,000,000 left for that purpose by Alfred B. Nobel, tho Swedish scientist, and tho inventor o'f dyna mite, who died in 1896. Tho only two Americans who have in the past received the Nobel Peaco Prize were Theodore1 Roosevelt in 1906, and EH-h- u Root In 1912. GONE HOME I. D. Clairo is back with his beads oddly strung, but wo sure mean to send him a bill for 80 cents .for that ono whoreln is found the names of , Frank Wallace and the others, as wo regard It purely as a want-a- d advertisement. Btll.-Keeno- . Wo are getting hungry and impatient to hearthe frogs croak, to feel tho skeefcrs bite, to dig bait and feel tho fish as It strikes the tempting mass of wriggling red worms and is snared by the bearded steol hook Oh! you glorious sprjng-timshucks, It Is but December 10 and the snows-havyet to fall beforo the( sap is again to flow, bringing forth a now fae more pleasant, It seems, than any gone beforo, to o'crspread and canopy the wholo of mother earth as she springs out from her dormant state of winter's long, dark night there might have been considerable more of this stuff, but Peggy brought me out of my thoughts by screeching, "copy, please." e, lKe-glvln- e g 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 1 when the manufacturers did make this big reduction in prices we found our shelves practically empty. 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 prewar prices. Pre-wa- r 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 10 th, the most complete line of Xmas Goods 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. i m BEAVER DAM COAL CO. ; Incorporated, jj McHENRY and TAYLOR MINES. R3KfIHi to tho executivo mansion sho called will offer for salo to tho highest and upon a numbr of friends in Washing- best bidder, a lot of lumber, lir.ck, AT WHITE HOUSE ton. shingles, farm boll, tools and machinery, carponter's tools nnd chost t PUBLIC SALE. a lot of other useful articles First Lady Of Lund Is Hostcs To On Saturday December 11, at 1 to mention. Successor Who Hns Very o'clock, p. m., at tho rosldcnco of the A. C. ACTON, Adm'r. Pleasant Visit. late Wm. F. Acton, Hartford, Ky., I Wm. F. Acton, deccated. IS ENTERTAINED bo-sli- les ?78; $68; -- " Washington, Dec. 6. For tho first time within the memory of the oldest attache of tho White House, a first lady of tho land entertained today a next first lady of the land. Mrs. Florence Kling Harding, wlfo was the guest of the President-elec- t, of Mrs. Edith Boiling Wilson, wife of the President, at an informal tea for two at the Executive Mansion late this afternoon. Mrs. Wils6n mot her guest In the front hall and escorted her to tho Bhie Room, where tea was served. After Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Harding had chatted a while, they walked about tho White House thru tho Green and Red rooms and tho state dining room, over which Mrs. Harming will bo called upon to preside after next March 4. Mrs. Harding did not meet the President, who had. to hl3 study on tho upper floor to rend, nor was she shown over tho White House kilchon, Mrs. Harding prepared to depart after spending an hour with her hostess and had progressed as far as the front doorway, when Mrs, Wilson, suddenly recollected details of tho Whito House household organization, ;hich she had forgotten to impart, Invited her back and they withdrew a,galn to the Blue Room whero thoy talked for another twenty minutes. Upon leaving tho White House Mrs. Harding remarked that she had had "a very plqasant time indeed," but she asked to be excused from answering any questions as to her visit, This was her first meeting with Mrs. Wilson and her first visit to tho mansion over which she soon is to preside. Mrs. HnraMng had a busy days in Washington. She went to tho capltol In tho morning and. was in the gallery for the opening session of tho Senato. She had lunch at the capltol restaurant with her Washington hostess, Mrs. E. B. McLean and Dr. and Mrs. As Mrs. Harding left C. E. Sawyer. tho luncheon room she mot Mrs, Marshall, wife of tho Vice President, and immediately as old friends, they embraced. Mrs. Wilson's invitation to have toa at thojWhlto Houso was received by Mrs. Harding in the forenoon and . accepted. After she Immediately leaving the capltol and before going ro-tir- ed BUSINESS CHANGE The firm of Williams & Duke, will, in the future, be known as Williams & Taylor, J. Ross Taylor having purchased the interest of Edward Duke, in the business. We are truly grateful to each and all of our customers for their patronage and earnestly solicit a continuance of your trade for the new film, as it will be their motto to render courteous service and the most for your money possible to attain, consistent with reasonable profits and ijood business for both buyer and seller. The change makes necessaiy the settlement of all outstanding accounts and we respectfully urge all who owe the film to make settlement at once. Please do not delay the matter. WILLIAMS & DUKE, Hartford, Ky. ' '4 DONT FAIL To Visit Our Store When Doing Your Christmas Shopping We have a nice line of Holiday Goods at reasonable prices, and everything in our stock is new. Nothing carried over from last year. Dolls, Books, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Ivory Sets, Kodaks and Brownies, Papeteries, Music Rolls,. Safety Razors, Mirrors, Military Sets, Shaving Sets, Flashlights, Purses, and other articles too numerous to mention. We call special attention to our fine Chocolates. ' $1.00 to $8.50 per box. Every box guaranteed. Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" Beaver Dam, Kentucky. c I i w .Xutu.- - H '- - r Watch our windows for Xmns plays. dis- 2lt2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOn. .1 Judge II. It. Wedding wIlMcavo today (or Dawson Springs, on legal business. Mr. and Mrs.'Erne-s- t . Icrr3 !iavo taken rooms In the Griffin property, opposite the College. Mr. J. Carman, of Route 2, Bca-vDam, was a visitor at this office while In town Monday. or Reduction Sale We are pricing our stock to meet market condi- i j,' j 9 mlrlM Llttlo Misses Helen and Ruby wero guests ot their undo, Mr. J. C. Weaterficld, of Dundo, last Wes-torfle- ld wcok-en- d. tions. During this sale we will offer our customers an opportunity to buy seasonable and staple mer- 4 ftmjadjA (D 4. i i i Celery, Cranberries, Oranges, Lemons, Q rape Fruit, Apples etc., at all 24t2 times. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mrs. Steve Ellis and son, Courtland, spent a few days tho first of this week with Prof, and Mrs. W. S, Hll, of Kronos. Mr. Willie .Funua, of Louisville, came down Tuesday to spend a few days with his parents, Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Fuqua. chandise, consisting of Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents Ready-to- Wear, Notions and Holiday Goods at a Reduced Price. ' line of Milli- We have an 50 per cent nery to sell at Boys' Clothing and Sweaters . . .20 per cent Men's and Ladies' ..J, . . 20 per cent 20 per cent Leather Shoes up-to-da- te Price Reduction i0 I We find at this season of the year we have too many Coats and Coat Suits, Tha twe may reduce stock, we are making you a 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. 4 Chester Keown, who has been In Swlnk, Colorado, since oarly last spring has recently removed to Saint Vraln, Now Mexico. Mrs. Steve Ellis and son, Charles, will leave today for Utlca and where they will spend several days with relatives. ro, Millinery Reduction Our Milliner leaves in a few days, so if you need any special work see her at once. Our regular stock hats are being closed out at 33 3 per cent off regular price. This means a big saving. Don't delay. 1-- Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones, who accompanied the remains of Everett Shnver here, from Chicago, 111., returned home, yesterday. Master John Riley and little Misses Lois Jane and Emily Fair Riley aro visiting their aunts, Misses Hettie and Ruth Riley, in Owensboro. Mrs. Helen Igleheart, of near town, here now, with her son, J. B. Igle heart, and Mrs. Iglehearf. She will probably spend the winter in town. Is discount discount discount discount 15 cents per yard Calico at 17 cents per yard Hoosier Sheeting at Hope Bleached at 20 cents per yard 10 per cent discount on everything else in the store, except Flour, Feed and Groceries. Ready-to-Wear .' TO BUY GOODS AT THESE PRICES YOU MUST PAY CASH OR PRODUCE. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 1921. The 'Hartford FRIDAY PERSONAL NEWS Just received "Salt. ' 't . IiMGb, "f?? Republican DECEMBER 10 Mrs. R. T. Collins and daughter, Miss Kennedy, left yesterday for Louisville to visit Mrs. Collins' daugh ter, Miss Mary Warren, who Is tak ing a business course In school there, I.O.ST COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. ROWAN COUNTY I AND SOCIAL EVENTS Big lot ot barrel W. E. ELLIS & BRtf ' Mr.jJarmcs,Tatu was tho guest of frfencls in Leitchfleld, last wcek-edd. t SALT? K. Vos, salty salt. your tho ' sonffrlcnd orRepublicanas to Christmas a relatives jyilSend, ry i 's? a i Wo have 24t2 ACTON BROS. T . ito Owensboro $ . -- Mr. and Mrs. Rowan Holbrook went Sunday, returning Mon- I -- ? Mr. J. II. B. Carson and Judge W. II. Barnes roturned Saturday from a business trip to Louisville. Between Acton's store In Baptist and Centertown church, a small pipe; briar bowl and straight black stem; white spot near middle ot stem. Finder return to this office and receive reward of Mrs. G. A. Ralph was the week-en- d guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Fatton, $2.00. of Ralph. LAND FOR SALE 20 acres on Messrs. F. M. Heflin and Kenneth Rough Rlvor, at tho mouth of fino land, 12 acres In cultiBennett of Centertown, were In town " Wednesday. vation, 11 acres across tho road from Mt. Hermon Church, near Beda. See Odds D. F. DANIEL, or W. R. CARSON. FURNITURE BARGAINS 22t4p Route 3 Hartford. and ends at prices to please you. . WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. 24t2 Messrs. C. A. Kolloy and J. J. Mld-kif- f, ot Whltesvllle and A. P. Kelloy, for your turWo arc in tho market keys and other poultry for the Xmas W. F. Howard, Finley Carter, J. A. trado. Best prices possible) will bo Bellamy and' Alva Kelloy, of the Whltesviyo and Deanfield country, W. E. ELLIS & BRO. paid. wore among those .attending County Mrs. N. D. Fulkerson, of Equality, Court here, Monday. spent from, Sunday to Wodnesday Mrs. Anthony Robertson, of Heflin, hbre, tho guest of her son, Mr. Lewis left here Monday aftornoon for GrifFulkerson and Mrs, Fulkerson. fin and Columbus, Georgia where she goes to make an extended visit with For beds, mattresses, springs, taher daughters, Mrs. N. J. Baxter and anybles, kitchen cabinets, chairs or Mr. Baxtor, and Mrs. M. C. McCallls-te- r thing in tho furniture line call on and Mr. McCallister. ACTON BROS. 24t2 Hartford k, Mr. Flcn Drake went to Bnlze-tow- n Tuesday, on business. 'B Mrs. P. Smith and little son, and Miss vNova Smith visited Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs. Goebol Butler, Tuesday. A play party was given at the Crabb, Thursday homo of Mrs,- night. Every one rciorted a nice a time. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith, of Bea-y- er Dam, aro visiting air. Smithes " ' r - - - - 1 r:: y, wi ?. . ; - . ; paients. Mr. and Mrs. night. D. A. Royal visited Mr, and Mrs, Rouseau Shields Friday Reduced Prices on Coats and Coat Suits Our suits and coats are made by one of the foremost manufacturers in America employing highly paid designers and a staff of the most efficient cutters and finishers. The result is that perfect correctness of outline and style, assurance of which is so essential to the woman who is careful of "her dress. . I Mr. Jesse Royal and little brother spent Friday night with their grandparents. Messrs. Boss Renfrow and Kissinger, went to Owensboro this week, with tobacco. My Wyman Douglas Is visiting , his sistor, Mrs. John Miller. Mesdamcs James and Kissinger attended the funeral and burial of Mrs. Salllo Rogers, at Balzetown, Tuesday. 1 --J. : i Mrs. C. M. Barnett, who has been for tomor- - in Owensboro'durlng. the past week -- Our Saturday's Special, t row, raim uuvo soap, o cukc ior uv. under treatment for gall stono and W. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. liver trouble, Is Improving nicely and Is expected home Sunday, In tho absenco of Mrs. C. M. Bar-net- t, Mrs. Minnie W. Lee has been Fresh Groceries, Confectlonaries, looking after the rest rooms. cigars and Tobacco at prices you will be pleased with. t,',Mr. James Ashley, of Beda, left i ARTHUR LEACH, , Monday for Rossvllle, Georgia, where At L. Mlnton Stand. ho contemplates spending the winter. COME IN and buy your wife that '. tf ,VOJt SALE 1 yoke good, heavy COpK STOVE or RANGE she has nAWork, Cattle. needed so long. We have a good supL Di FULKERSON, ply ot tho best the market affords. f Echols, Ky. 21t2 ACTON BROS. Rev. T. T. Frazler will return toTenn., morrow from Clarksvllle, where ho has been visiting his' parents since Tuesday. Rev. Frazler will be accompanied home by his son, Master Earl, who has been with his grandparents slnco last June. If 4$ MINERS' J lt A ' Lamps, Carbide, Picks, Mrs. Jas. L. Bailee and little chilHandles and othor Miners' Supplies. dren', ot East St. Louis, HI., arrived See us 'when you need anything" in here last week end to make an ex" ACTON BROS. this line. tended visit wRh her mother, Mrs. Wedding. ot Barnett's R. R, Weddlngvand Judge Mrs. Ellis Hoover, Creek was tho guest of her mother, Mrs. Charles Urltfln, who had been Mrs. E. Crabtree and Mr, Crabtr,eo, visiting the family of Mr. R. II. Giluntil Monday. from Saturday lespie for a few days, left Tuesday come to ray place. for Owensboro, where she will visit ' When hungry notice, relatives a short time before returnon short Choice lunches ing to her home In Dallas, Texas. satisfies. something that ARTHUR LEACH, Hand pick your pea hay, bring me At Mlnton's Old Stand. your peas and I will hull them tor my 30 cents per bushel. Bring me your TAKEN. Ul as an estray, In Hide.;, Furs and Junk1 and got a cornfield, one black maro. mulo, Pea Huller fir $30.00 from years old. about 14 D. L. D. SANDEFUR, F. & DellART, 23tlp S. Main St. Beaver Dam. Hartford, Ky, ed I i Dr. and Mrs. O. W. Ovorhuls, of Cedar Edge, Colo., who have been visiting relatives In Ohio County for some time, spent from Sunday to Wednesday here, the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O Hunter and Mrs. Lewis ter Blair. Fulkerson, and Mr. Fulkerson. . Mr. Hugh Ricbeson and family Mr, and Mrs. J. W. O'Bannon, of spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Richeson. Rusraellvllle, and Mrs. George Miss Lillian Rhoads has returned City) arrived here of Central Sunday, to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. E. homo after spending a few dayB with Duke.. Mr. O'Bannon returned home relatives at Pleasant Ridge. Mrs. Fannie Blair has returned Monday evening, while the othor home, after spending a tew days with visitors will romaln several days, relatives at Cromwell and. other relatives near Hartford. m ' places. .LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE mm Notice Is hereby given that the K.'P. CALIj MEETING. A meeting of Rough River Lodge Kontucky Light and power Company, No. 110 Knights of Pythias Is callejd Incorporated, Is not able to operate for Wednesday December 15, at 7 under the burden of high taxes and o'clock p. m., for the purpose of elect- high prices and that on the 31st day ing officers for the ensuing term, au- of December, 1920, It will discontinue diting the books.ballotlng, conference furnishing both light and water, and ot rank ot Page and any other mat- will dismantlo Its plant, and the corters that could bo attended to at a poration will bo dissolved. M. L. HEAVRIN. President. regular session.1 The membership Is ERNEST WOQDWARD, Secy. urged to be present. B. G, BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. JNO. B. WILSON,' C. C. September 25, 1920. 13tt M. A. FOGLE, K. of R. S: le, vis-Rix LIVIA,' ROUTE 2. Mrs. Georgia Hoover Is very 111 with pnoumonla. Mr. Gilbert Bell and wife have moved into the house vacated by Mr. Carl Bell. Mr. Albert Stewart and family spent Sunday with relatives at Beaver Dam. Mrs. TUden Wigglnton, who was hurt when a stick of dynamite exploded near her, Is some better. Mr. and Mrs. William Jarvls and Mr. Elmer Maddox spent Tuesday and Wednesday with their aunt, Mrs. Wal BbkiU!Hf I sly Coats, Coats, Coats, Coats, Coats, Coats, regular regular regular regular regular regular regular regular regular tegular regular price. price. price price .". . , price., price .,.,...,... .. ..,..... ...., ,.., .$10.00 $15.00 $20.00 ,$25.00 .$30,00 $35.00 now now now now now now 9 7.S0 $11.00 $15.00 $30.00 $22.75 930.75 LADIES' COAT SUITS Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, $27.50 now .$30.00 now $35.00 now .$40.00 now , .$65.00 now All infants and chlldrens coats 25 per cent off. Be sure and see us It in need of coats or suits. price price price price price $10.75 $81.75 $80.75 $88.75 ....'... CARSON & CO., Hartford -i jlit.v I mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm mmmmmmammmKmmKm , Illinois Central .Presents Comparative Costs of Passenger Fares Thoy buy than do Europeans. Americans pay moro for nearly overythlng they wages are rclathely higher. There is one notablo aro able to pay more because their country aro substantlal- exception, however passenger transportation charges in this y Americana Although there has been a recent increase In American passenger fares, Tho following is a compay less for traveling accommodations than Europeans. still tho points being on tho parison between passenger fares charged In tho United States, distances: Central System, and fares paid by Europans traveling similar Illinois Sleeping TO FROM . . .Xctv Orleans, Ln. . Jnckson, Miss . 18U.5 Eng.. . , . .Manchester, London, Eur . 12.04 4.05 8.50 noi , . .VIckiburR, Mls... Memphis, Tcnn 22.04 7.53 228 ...Liege, IJelgium.... 1'nris, Frnnco . 15.20 4.05 11.2 201.2 . . .Chlcngo St. Louis, Mo. 23.21 3.05 10.50 . 209 ...Carlisle, Eng. London, Eng. . . 18.01 4.05 14.80 ...Fort I)odec. Iowa. 371.0 Chicago 40.31 14.03 25.08 375.0 Gcncvn, Switzerland Paris, Frnnco 25.01 4.80 20.15 500, Sioux City, Iown . . Chicago 50.01 18.31 32.00 .lUnrrltz, Frnnco . . . 507.3 Paris, Frnnco 27.23 0.08 21.15 520.7 .Memphis, Tcnn Chlcngo 00.71 ortjo CU2.-47.50 Italy .Mllnn, Paris, France 33.72 8.10 25.02 Birmingham, Ala . . Chlcngo 88.05 27.50 01.30 087.2 Venice,' Italy Paris. Franco 38.25 8.01 20.34 737.1 Jackson, Mlss Chlcnco 80.45 32.00 54.45 731.3 Italy Florence, Paris, France 30.02 8.01 ..,. m ir. 30.11 AW Orlpimi. La... . 787.4 t 118.00 24.00 03.13 .. w Slov 780 TniT,.. rvrrho i i.. .The Am- S per cent i aii Aorinnn fnrns clven in tho tahlo include a war tax of fares are for lower berths. erlcan sleeping-ca- r as much baggage as tho ordiThe American custom of handling, free of charge, In addition, baggage rates in Europe are nary passenger, carries is unknown abroad. should bo considered in commuch higher than in the United States. This condition paring passenger fares in tho various countres. fares, which on sleeping-ca- r In the United States the railroads collect a surcharge helps to meet the cost of hauling the This surcharge is included In the above table. heavier cars" required, in which fewer passenger are carried. weight for each coach gross tons of During 1D19 the Illinois Central hauled 1 Paue6or gross tons of weight for each sleeping-ca- r passenger carried, and 4 bo a discrimination to collect the surcharge, therefore, would obviously Not carried against the coach passenger, and an injustice to tho railroad. increased greatl . The have The costs of facilities for rendering passenger service In 1014; it now costs ?30,300 an increase o passenger coach cost $12,400 1914; it now costs ?44 per The average passenger locomotive cost ?20,000 in There have been heavy increases in tho costs of $65,000, an increase of 225 per cent. wages, fuel and other material. why passenger fares are necessarily higher no These are some of the reasons than they were In former years. Constructive criticism and suggestions are invited. Distance (Miles) 183.1 Total It. It. Faro First Class Fare & Berth $ 10.78 $ 3.05 S 7.13 13.50 2.43 11.07 ltnllrond Faro Car poultry keeper tlon. No hack-yar- d should bo satisfied with loss than this. Ho should try, however, to get aa much moro as pos3lblc. To provldo an ogg a day for each porson two hens would havo to lay 183 eggs each a.ycar. This is by no means an Impossible average for small flocks. It, is perhaps not too vh6ro tho much to say that In porson atendlng tho flock la ln a position to look after tho wants of the birds, threo or more times a day an avcrago of betor than 13 dozencggs per hen can be secured If the hens aro maturo and In good condition at tho start, and have tho vitality to carry them thru tho yoar, with heavy laying. For tho farm tho average of 100 eggs per hen Is advised as the lowest that should bo accepted as satisfactory, while for tho back yard 120 is insisted upon as tho lowest average although ln general tho conditions in back yards are less favorable to poultry keeping than on farms. DIRECTORY cinouiT count. Judge It. W. Slack, Owenibo'o. Gom'th. Attorney C. E. 8ml th, Hart ford. Clerk A. 0. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. MarMaatcr Commissioner tin, Hartford. TniHteo Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, JlEAVElt DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnoy, Clork R. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. FORDSVILLK. r- cns ... .... , 4-- 10 c-- President, Illinois Central ltnllioad Company. C. H. MARKHAM. FARM DEPARTMENT. Departmnt of Agri-cultUses Tiro Pump And Quill And Saves the United States oncouraglng the use of bindin Cow for Farmer. veterinary kit con- ers drawn by tractors. With a first-ai- d Prior to tho introduction of the sisting of a chicken quill and an aucounty binders, laborers had struck for hightomobile pump, one of the receiving $12 agents of tho United States Depart- er pay. They had been an acre and demanded $14. Threo ment of Agriculture saved a $200 were obtained. After cow belonging to a farmer in Pender power binders they were put to work laborers began County, N. C. to tho fields, and in less This farmer had expressed an un- to return week's time sufficient labor favorable opinion of farmers' coop- than a to cut the rlco at $10 erative demonstration work, declar- was obtained would rather use his mon- an acre. ing that ho ey for other purposes than in helping When the orchards have been cleato pay tho county's portion of tho expense. "While ho was in town ho re- red of apples there Is time to go thru woods and hedges and ceived word that his valuablo cow tho near-b- y was attacked with milk fovor. Tho cut tho wild cherry trees and bushes county agent went homo with him which are tho bivouacs of the tent and found tho neighbors using primi- caterpillars that raid tho orchards tive cmthods of treating the animal in tho spring, say specialists of thee. United States Department of for "hollow tail" and eolje. auIt is a good time to inspect Using the chicken quill and the tomobile pump, tho county agent the trees for borers and to put down pumjied tho cow's udder full of air. mice and rabbit guards at tho same Jn less than two hours she was on her operation. Tramplo the grass flat infeet. Some simple remedies complet- at tho tree base to allow a close spection for sawdust from the borer's cure. ed tho Tho farmer attempted to give the operations and then adjust the wire county agent a check for $10 which, or paper guard .to bo in place when of course, was declined. Tho farmer, snow comes. however, became a warm supporter It Pays To Plnn. work. of tho Practically every farmer ln tho Tho United States Department of State of Kentucky will havo a garAgriculture finds hairy vetch the best den in 1921. In order to make this winter legumo for all localities in tho 'garden produce as it should so that eastern half of tho United States tho family can havo frosh vegetables -where Ted clover falls or where thruout tho entire season with enough rcrinvson clover is not a success. jto store away for the following sea Vetches make excellent feed, either son, it is necessary to take certain .green or as hay, and aro also exceed- precautions. In the first place, every garden irf ingly useful as cover and have something Kentucky should crops. growing on it, such as rye or some Despedoza, also commonly known winter cover crop. This crop can bo as Japan clover, Is one of tho most va- turned under early in tho spring and luable forago crops for tho southeast-er- a will furnish plant food for tho vegepart of tho United States. . Ex- tables next sumor. In tho meancept on alluvial bottom lands, it raro-l- y time, ono of the most profitable makes sufficient growth to Justify things that the farmer can do to imlcin cut for hay; novortholess Its prove tho vegetables that thoy raise 'widespread adaptation to grazing con- in tho garden is to got in comditions gives it a value that is diffi- munication with some good reliable cult to estimate Being a legumo, seed houso that does a mail-ordit is valuablo for soil improvement, business. It is comparatively easy .and also is relished by all classes of to estlmato tho amount of tho various kinds of vegetable seeds needed and live stock. it is much better to mako this estlBinders Hrcnk Strike In Kico Hnr- - mato and ordor tho seeds during tho l6tillg. winter months so that you can have Itico planters of Iberville County, them on hand when tho time comes La., wero saved several dollars an to plant. Tho Collcgo of Agriculture static's aero In tho expense of harvesting .thru tho work of tho county agent of ready to furnish information on vaur Agri-cultur-farm-extensiI green-ma-nnre er rities that aro well adapted to tho soil and climatic conditions of Kentucky and it has found by various tests and experiments that it Is much better to plant tho varieties that aro known to do well than it Is to buy some unheard of varieties and make the garden a test plot. Tho farmer "has too much at stake to .plant any seed In his garden that Is not and of a good variety, and it Homemade .Limekiln "Will .Supply will usually be found that by making Small Knrin Needs. up tho seed order and ordering tho When thoro is a sourco from which garden seed from a good reliable seed the farmer can obtain Hmestono or house that better results will bo oyster or clam shells ho can prepare and a larger quantity of his own lime by grinding or burning vegetables will bo produced. first-class ob-tal- Ch'm'n. Hoard W. R. Jones. Hartford. It 1st Monday in March 11 dy Clork Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. ' Police Judge C. P. Keaslnger. 1st Monday ln May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July U days Com'th. and Civil. 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT l'KAK Civil. November 11 dayi 4th Monday In E, s. County Board of Education Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S.. 0. C. COUNTY COURT. Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, Uoets first Monday in each month. Routo 6. Judge Mack Cook. Div. No. 2. H. C. Lnko, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Rcnfrow, DunW. C. Blankenahlp. Clerk Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Div. No. 4 Robt. Qoff, Roslno. Spread of Corn Root Hot Caused 4 Jailer Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. 6 Otis Stevens, Beavor Damage. 1. E. Ward. Tux Commissioner Corn root, stalk, and enr rots Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. are widely distributed in this coun Dlv. No. 6 Nat Ltndlcy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Itodgers. try wherever corn is grown, and have FISCAL COURT. caused heavy losses. Tho 191ii loss County Board of Exnmlnors: E. S is estimated at 125,175,000 bushels, Meets first Tuesday in April and Howard, Mrs. Ulrdlo Midkiff and or 4 per cent of the total crop. Pre- October. , ventive measures aro recommended ln 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford. Ira Jones. Teacbors Institute, Sept. 13th a recent bulletin of tho United States Route 3. 17th. Department of Agriculture Farm- 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, BeavThese diseases ers' Bulletin 1176. er Dam. EXAMINATIONS aro caused by several organisms and 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. probably by somo other contributing 4U District 0. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 factors. and 15 at Hartford, Dcavcr Dam Investigations now ln progress 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze- - and Fordsvlllo.. clearly indicate that these corn rots May 21 and 22 County Toachera" town. can bo controlled. Farmer are ad Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). vised to select May 28 and 29 County Teachers seed from 7th District D. F. Rlco, Fordsvlllo. healthy plants. Avoid all leaning or 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). broken plants and all broken ear Juno IS and 19 County and Stato ford, Route 6. shanks, even though the ears look Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle HARTFORD. healthy. Select about five times as (Whlto). Mayor J. E. Bean. many cars as aro necessary to allow June 25 nnd 20 County and Stato Clerk J. A. Howard. Tenchcrs' Examination at Hartford, for discarding later all thoso ears Police Judge C. M. Crowe. (Colored). found to be diseased. Cure and store Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept. 17 and IS County and the ears in a dry, Examination at Hartford, place. ROCKPORT i (Whlto). After tho ears aro thoroughly dry, Chm'n. Board W. O. Her. Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato discard all that have too rough dentClerk N. H. Bratcher. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, ing or that show discolored, pink Police Judge S. L. Fulkorson. (Colored). Ed. J. Bratcher. cracked, or shredded shank attachMarshal ments, or with moldy, discolored, or starchy kernels. Make germluator tests of 10 repre"Wants sentative kernels from each seed ear selected. Keep for seed only those ears represented in tho germinator by 10 healthy seedlings, cutting open tho 10 kernels to mako sure they are not rotted, even if 'the sprout appears FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE to bo healthy. Discard butt and tip Dissolved in water for douche stops Inflampeine kernels. Then shell each ear sepa- mation,catarrh, ulceration andLydia E. rately by hand. In shelling, discard Pinkham Recommended1 by Med. Co, for ten yean. any ears with kernels that are moldy, A healing wonder for natal catarrh, (ore throat and aore eye' Economical. or dull of color. Has cxtnnrdiniry dcaoiioa am) oennicmlal power. Experiments carried on by tho de- SarsaleFr. 30c. all dniggitfj, or rw;id ty I Children partment during the last threo years V.mU. ThPilonTo3rtCcpniar. Borton. hM.y A Safe Old Fashioned show that it is possiblo to Increase Remedy for Worms yiold3 from 10 to 15 bushels per acre Seventy. fivo veers continby selection of healthy seed. is best testiwell-maturwell-ventilat- ed Stale-Toacher- s' hj Every Woman Hvx Mothers fMSiFrev vermirii9& For ike uous use the monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy f first-cla- ss Baked Eggs With Cheese Mako Good Supper Dish. Tho combination of eGgs and cheese makes a hearty dish, sultablo for suppor, dinner or lunch. The following recipe is recommended by the experimental kitchen of the United States Department of Agriculture: 4 eggs. 1 cup grated cheese. 1 cup of fine, soft, stalo bread. Vi teaspoon salt. " A few grains of Cayenne popper. Break the eggs into a buttered baking dish or into ramekins and cook in a hot oven until they begin to turn whlto around tho edge. Cover with the mixture of crumbs, cheeso and seasoniugs. Brown in a very hot oven. In preparing this dish It is essential that the oven be very hot or the eggs will be too much cooked by the tlmo tho cheeso is brown. To avoid this, somo cooks cover tho eggs with white sauce before adding the crumbs. Tho food value of tho dish Is very closo to that of a pound of beef of average composition. For thoso who are particularly fond of cheese, the amount of cheese In this recipe may be very much Increased, thus making a much moro nourishing dish, or tho amount may be reduced so as to give hardly moro than a suggestion of the flavor of cheese. If small amounts of Hmo aro needed tho burning of the material furnishes llmo moro cheaply than doe3 grindmlxod ing. Two rows of cord-woo- d with lighter kindling aro put down t'j form a layer. Next comes a 'layer of coal, then a layer of limestone, and after this alternate layors of coal and Umestane. Ono part of coal should burn several parts of stone. When the pile is laid up the whole Is cover ed with a layer of earth and tho kindl ing ignited. As the burning continues tho gas must bo allowed to escape thru a hole at tho top of tho pile or the process will not be entirely satisfactory. Oyster shells and clam shells may be burned in the same way. Tho flro should bo always under control and precautions taken to allow the i'ames to penetrate the layers of stone or shell. lOectrlc Hitters I 30ES3EB83s3BB63BB99SjS2SSftBSHHfi0EKSC and happy. 30cIxttlctjourdni:ei,ror Succeed when everything else fails. In nervous prostration and female wcu&utf&ac nicy urc uic eupicui t remedy, at thousands have testified, 1 general ttore; or if your dealer can't supplyyou.aendhisname and 30c in stamps and we'll aend you a bottle promptly. L & S. IKY, Balliaort. JUL it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggist's counter. FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE WILL YOUw TAKE OUR ii?Tsw BsUsBsr GERMINAL REMEDY A Treaimenl nsi Lssssv vmASv for WEAR MIKhWMWr; vTTJ LUNGS ot 1isV CONSUMPTION A Quick relief for tht tired, rundown feeling, couchs, pslns In cheit. night sweats, heroor. fhazes, weak lungs or consumption. It It doss not hIp you It costs you comma. c4 ' FOR. ONE MONTH Lock BOX CASTOftIA AMERICANS IN PARIS. 22,-000 Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S Doctor Cupid T,nf TmtHi OHIO MEDICAL GO. COLUMBUft ete o. caso is In a late count it appeared that Americans aro now residents of Paris. This number does not Include tourists nor men traveling for business. That many have taken out Identification cards according to police regulations. Only three other foreign colonies are larger ln size. These are, ln order, Italian, Swiss and British. Mow Many Eggs You Slay Expect From Your Hens. According to careful estimates, Tho average novice can reasonably threo hours of closo study wear out expect to get an average of at least tho body moro than ten hours of hard 10 dozen eggs por hen a year from physical exertion. his small flock ln tho back yard, say poultry specialists of tho U. S. De.HERE'S HOPING. partment of Agriculture. On tho Fine Landlord For Lack of Heat in Fine. Hopo anbasis of two hens to each member of House Headline. the family this will gtvo 20 dozen eggB other judgo doesn't turn up fining a year to each person, whlch amount. tenants, for lacking a senso of humor Is about halfway botw'eon tho general or a feoling of pity for tfio poor average of farm and city consutnp- ' Many a woman ia nervous and irritable, feels dragged down and i1 worn out for no reason that she can think of. Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription gives new life and now o strength to weak, worn-ou- t, women. "Favorite run-dow- n Prescription" makes weak women strong and sick women well. It is now sold by all druggists in the United States in tablets as well Feeliright all tbo time Don't lay oH as liquid form. from work; for days by taking calomel x keeps yo when pleasant Liv- Send 10c to Dr. Pierce, Buffalo on your feet, whllorellevlngyour troub pkg. of the tablets. N.Y., for trial le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donlt Nashville Tenn. "I have sed toko anything else. You can't afford Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ft. Eliminates. poisons, cleanses By tem and relieves constipation. A nat. and found it to do what it is recommended to do. It did me more good ural remedy, natural in its actions, Burn If than tho doctors. I had several nnd in its effect and certain in results. win Lax none of them did mo any good. Dr. won't be long before calomel in completely displace everl Pierce's Favorite Prescription ia tho homo.: Children can tako.it freely anC pnly thing for weak, broken-dowwith perfect safety. Every bottle guar women. I felt liko a new woman anteotl. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Non weighed 155 lbs. genuine without tho likeness and sign after taking it. I turo of I K. Grigsby. For buIo by r and nevdr felt better in my life." Mrs. Agnes Tatum, 175 L. Green St. II, M. SDltM3iMt to the attention of the public by a prominent physician, love is not, hovyever, tho euro for all women. a fact that has been called tmmnfitYIPfl Mires fHfl- - USE LI V-VE- R-L AX 4 For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles Constipation. Vet-La- ' Vil OP n jBtifost '' t oven though tho women voting for 3NVADE THE SOUTH "! AH HAPPIEST IS G. O. P. SLOGAN tho first tlmo In all tho Southorn States might havo boon oxpected to "With HI CongrcBsinni From TlmtHec lion, They Intend To Seek t44444444444444 IN TOWN materially increase, If not actually double, tho Democratic vote. Horo is a comparative tablo giving tho fig- WOMAN More In 11)22. ures: State . V IlopubH-an- s Georgia South nntl with thlrty-on- o Kentucky d from that formerly Democratic section, the Republican Louisiana loaders In Congress aro In high hopes Maryland Mississippi of pormanontly Invading Dixieland. Tho final and official list of mem- Missouri bers compiled by W. Tylor Page, clerk North Carolina . Oklahoma of tho IIouso, gives for the Congress 302 Republicans, 132 South Carolina . Domocrnts, and ono Socialist a ma- Tennesseo jority of Republicans over Democrats Texas of 170. Tho Republican total Is larg-o- r Virginia m than ever held by any party In tho history of the government, exceeding toy G2 tho Republican total ImmediateFOR FLETCHER'S ly following tho Roosevelt landslido of 1004. Tho mojorlty is also greater than at any provlous time. After Iti:i CROSS ROLL CALL and Progressives tho Republicans split In 1912, tho Democratic majority Tho Fourth Roll Call of the Amover both was 145 and over tho Re- erican Red Cross is being continued publicans 1G3. When the disastrous by n considerable number of Lake Diresults of tho second Cleveland ad- vision chapters, although tho official ministration became known, tho Re- enrollment period ended Thanksgivpublicans In 1S94 gained a majority ing Day. of 140, and at that tlmo tho total Whllo many chnpters have already number of representatives was only obtained their quotas, enrollment is .357 as compared with the present 435 going on with the view of exceeding before that, In 1890, tho Democrats their respective goals. won a majority of 143 out of a total Tho first return to Lako Division of 333 representatives. Roll Call headquarters In Cloveland Tho present Republican majority wns mado Nov. 26 by Brcckenrldge of 22 in tho Senato Is not tho largest County Chapter at Hardlnsburg, Ky. tho party has had. In tho Sixtieth This chapter obtained 200 membors Congress, tho last of tho Roosevelt ns against 28 last year, or a gain of Administration, the Republicans had nforo than GOO per cent. thlrty-on- o moro senators than tho Tho memberships were sent In by For a decado they main- Henry D. Moorman, member of Lake Democrats. tained a majority approximating thir- Division Roll Call Advisory Committy, gaining a preponderance in 1894 tee. and holding it until 1912. In 1892 One hundred per cent enrollment of tho Democrats gained a clear majority officers and their families at Fort of two, and then, with the exception Thomas Ky, is nssured by tho Roll of 1S78, In tho last half of tho Hayes Call director at that post. administration, tho Republicans conTwo families Included their dogs in trolled tho Senate continually after their memberships. Congress, In 1SG0. In tho Forty-fir- st reconstruction days, tho latter had Gl How's This? scats to 11 for tho Democrats, a maWe offer One Hundred Dollars Reward jority of 51. Should their number be for any case of Catarrh that cannot be augum,entcd by 10 in 1922, ns Is cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken expected their majority would bo 42 by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty-fiv- e years, and has become known as the over tho Democrats. most reliable remedy Republican leaders in tho recent Catarrh Medicine actsfor Catarrh. Hall's thru the Blood on Presidential campaign profess to sco tho Mucous surfaces, expelling' the Poison from the Blood and healing the dis.such an "awakening" in tho South eased portions. ern States and such interest in tho After you have token Hall's Catarrh Republican Party, its principles and Medicine for a short time you will see n crcnt Improvement In vmir rcimrni policies tfiat ono said recently: "Tho khcnlth. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medi cine at once and Bet rid of catarrh. Send 'solid' South will never bo solid for testimonials, free. F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, Ohio. again." Sold by all Druggists, 75c. m It was less that Tennessee gave Its electoral vote to tho Republican can- KEXTUCKY WHISKY "TUltNED TO WATER" didate and tho dwindling of Demo rock-ribbe- Washington, December 4th. With Alabama hut sixteen Democrats In tho IIouso Arkansas of Iloproaontntlvcs outside of tho solid Florida .... ..a..ll. Sixty-seven- th 1920 1916 75,000 76,000 50,000 65,000 30,000 41,373 25,000 114,000 4,000 28,136 25,000 73,000 R. C1,863D.21,012 75,000 76,169 120,000D.28,680 60,000 47,395 R. 12,000D.50,S80 50,000 60,296 R. 12,OO0D.37,O59 75,000 221,515 Gd.OOO 53,468 This Is What Mrs. Phillips Says Since Tanlac Completely .Restored Her Health. "I firmly bcllovo Tanlac has saved my life," was tho emphatic statement of Mrs. Nettlo Phillips, of Megadoro, near Akron, Ohio. "For somo years past I suffered so from a badly disordered stomach that my life was miserable Whenever I ate anything In tho way of solid food it was like a'stono in my stomach, and I suffered perfect agony. "I had spoils of dizziness, when black spots would swim before my oyos and at times I could hardly see. I slopt so poorly I dreaded to go to bed, for I knew It meant hours of restlessness before I got to sleep. "Since I havo at last found tho right medicine for my troubles I am tho happiest woman in town. Just a few bottles of Tanlac have enabled me to eat whntover I want and I nev er feel a touch of Indigestion. "Those sharp pains In my stomach and the dizziness and sleeplessness havo all stopped, I have gained several pounds In weight, have a healthy color and feel years younger. In the mornings I feel so strong and well I am Impatient to get about my housework. My only regret Is that I did not get Tanlac a great deal sooner, for it would have saved mo a world of suffering." Tanlac is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. D. Bean; in neaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; and In McHenry by S. J. Tichenor. Advertisement. CALL ON In fact, we us f Ohil&ren Or(y CASTOR A are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, fcc., IN STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. - m CHINESE BUY TOMBSTONES AND THEN GIVE THEM BACK Boston, Dec. 4. A Boston build- Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , er of monuments who for many years has been favored almost exclusively with tho tombstone work of the New England Chinese) has observed two striking things about John Chinaman In Boston. "The first", Harry P. Smith said, "Is that In all our experience we havo never known of a Chinaman to die In such circumstances that the city was called upon to pay his burial expenses. "And tho second Is that Chinese deaths Invariably occur In tho winter. During the sumer months we havo seldom if ever, boen called upon to produce a tombstone for ono of them.' Another singular fact connected with Chinese funerals In America is that ten years after tho funeral the casket Is disinterred and the body 'shipped to China. Every Chinaman finally Is buried in the land of his an cestors. "Usually," says Mr. Sm,th, "the tombstone comes back to us after this HARTFORD, KENTUCKY MMMMM cratic pluralities in other Southern States than tho contributions to tho campaign from Southern States that prompted tho remark. From a Republican point of view tho Southorn field has been regarded as so unprofitable that until this year tho party never In a Presidential year has carried Its fight south of tho Mason-Dixo- n line, nor has any attorn pt been mado to raise a campaign fund 1n any Southorn State. Whatever money was needed In tho South to go through tho contest necessary to retain tho party column on the ballot has been supplied by tho National Republican San Francisco, Dec. 4 Rcgauging of the liquor in bonded warehouses In San Francisco has revealed that 35 barrels, supposed to contain whls ky valued at about 570,000. were tilled with .water, it was announced today by Justus S. Wardell, collector of Internal revenue. About 7,000 barrels out of 10,500 havo been re- gauged, ho said. Tho thlrty-flv- o barrels were ship ped hero from Kentucky distilleries. Wardell said ho believed tho substitution was mado before tho barrels reached tho local warehouse. darkest night to the height of a mile tern for tho national government. The FROM PARIS TO LONDON and a half. letter was in reply to a communication from the chamber in which It was stated Chat the Trenton trade orbetween HARDING TO CONSBOER To make air navigation U. S. BUDGET SYSTEM ganization had gono on record as faParis and London safer at night a voring such a system. plan Is being concerted by the two Secretary Hard, in his letter, saldr Trenton, N. J., Dec. 4. In a letter governments for placing lights across tho English channel at intervals of from Charles E. Hard, secretary to "It may be of value to recall that In. Harding, received by his speech of acceptance Senator" tlvo miles. In addition there will bo President-ele- ct nine lights between Callas and Paris tho Trenton Chamber of Commerce Hardins said, "I believe tho budget: and six on tho English side of tho today, assurances were given that tho system will effect a necessary helpful reformation and reveal business channel. Each wll be of 50,000 can- now President would give consideradle power, capable of plorcing tho tion to the creation of a budget sys- - methods t6 government business." LIGHT-WA- disinterment:" Ono of tho most interesting sights in Greater Boston is tho Chinese section of Mount Hope Cemetery, In the Mattapan district of Dorchester. Hero the bodies of more than 500 Chinese from all parts of New England have been temporarily laid to rest. -- JHHMffiiifllif 8 HNh mm wumm s a cmc to figure why That is no way to live. Your blood 7,120 needs help for a time. It Is starved. 28,356 .' Kentucky You will find help In that flno tonic. 30,608 Louisiana . .r , '. n purl- 18,543 Maryland ' fes the blood and fills It with red cor165,253 Missouri puscles. In a little while you'll havo 20,696 North Carolina 140,774 Whoezing In tho lungs indicates plenty of rich, red blood and you Oklahoma It Isn't a mag-- 1 1,145 that phlegm Is obstructing the air won't know yourself. South Carolina 48,326 passages. Ballard's Horebound Syr- lc medicine.' It contains iron and Tennessee 21,825 up loosens the phlegm so that it other Ingredients that feed starved TexaB 26.302 can be coughed up and '. ejected. blood and make it rich and red. Phy-scla-ns VJrglnla have pioscrlbod Pepto-MangOf theso States, Maryland, Missouri Price 25c. 60c, and ?1.00 per bottle. for years. Tennessee went Re- Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Oklahoma nnd Pepto-Mangis sold In liquid and a publican, whllo Kentucky elected a tablet form. Take either kind you HUNT SEALS IN BALLOONS. Senator, Itepubllcan United States prefer. One acts tho samo as tho figures are yot Only unofficial Tho two dirigible balloons which other. Both contain tho samo Ingrepluralities In available to show tho Southern States that stuck to the i.were presented to Newfoundland by dients. But bo suro to get the genu V.ude" The Democratic Party as compared with the British government will be used uine nluralltlos of four years ago. In locating herds of seals. Tho alr- - full name, "Gudo' the ThU yoar's figures in almost every .criiK win bo used aa an aid to the seal ' should bo on' tho package.: Adver'"-''-', .., . tilnrnllfv. , fltpameifl. tisement. buuw u .i.i...nDaii Georgia Pepto-Mnngan. Pepto-Manga- Committee In regard to the collection of campaign contributions, this year was no exception. All contributions from tho South came as unsolicited voluntary offering's. Under tho circumstances, tho Republican leaders have been pleasantly surprised to find from tho completo figures now at hand that' Southern States which In other Presidential campaigns contributed nothing have this year In moro than ono instance exceeded tho aggregate rased In savoral Northern State3, soino of them Republican. Mississippi is tho only one absent from tho list of States that did their 8haro In provldng the sinews of war for tho fight to olect Harding. Tho contributions made from other Southern and border States show tho following aggregates: ? 5,264 Alabama 27,508. Arkansas 6.647 Florida LONE DEMOCRAT IN JERSEY HOUSE Ono of tho most tremendous upheavals in any state has taken place in the last few years In New Jersey. President Wilson used that state as his experiment ground when he was governor. At ono tlmo tho peoplo wore wild for him, but something has changed them. Out of the total of In the assembly, 60 members the Democrats this time managed toalect Just ono. This was Harry Runyon, of Belyldere. Ho will represent In himself the entlro minority and will bo entitled to all the committee seats, appointments, perquisites etc. as such. But ho will have one consolation, and that will bo that he can hold a party caucus wherever he happens to bo, and thoro will bo no factional splits or lack of harmony. Two women and a negro were among tho 59 Republicans elected. Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S CAS T'O R I A i IT ISN'T FAIR THAT'S ALL! To Your Family To Yourself To Your Friends Going Around Half Sick. SHhJAl Camels sell! TAKE CARE OF YOUR HEALTH If Your Blood Is Weuk nnd Clogged AVith Poisons, Fcpto-Munga- n Will Strengthen nnd Purify It. When you get over-tire- d day after day, your system has to get rid of so much waste it can't creato new energy fast enough. The result is that your blood Is filled with wasto matter. It becomes clogged, You are trying to get around with a lot of poison In your system. You look bad, you feel poorly. You get out of patience easily. Ambition Is lost. You Just don't care about anything. You should know why Camels are so unusual, so refreshing, so satisfying, First, quality second; Camels expert blend of choice Turkish, and choice Domestic tobaccos which, you'll certainly prefer to either kind smoked straight I Camels blend makes possible that wonderful mellow mildness yet all the desirable body is there I And, Camels never tire your taste I from any unpleasant .,..'. an an Poplo-Mauga- UXnfHHTC Pontu-Manca- TURKISH CfDOtfOSTlC C JP "U t ..y cigaretty aftertaste or unpleasant cigaretty odor For your own satisfaction compare Camels puff by puff with any cigarette in the world at any price 1 1 4taulno-pAPitcovam-tI You'll appreciate Camels freedom n, vMKlL iasD IOAi? carton. insianco uwhv '"TrrrmvMS era tolti enrytrhtn In einUtlallr ttaltd paeka(o of30 cljt- -; or t ppckttot 1300 cigtmttat) inV7 ftronilly rtcoatir,nU thia cation for (ho home or oJKco aupply.or vtn sou travL M. C. R. J. HEYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Yintton-Sals- Cvnl jp 11 1 Tt OUR GREAT REMOVAL SALE IS NOW GOING ON! 'x fc '1 ' Everything at bargain prices all over the store. No reduction less than 1 0 per cent. In most cases the reductions are as much as 30 per cent. Buy everything you need, as quick as you can. The sooner the better. Men's Suits and old men. For the young men,' middle-age- d Suits reducMen's regular $25.00 and $30.00 ed to $19.95 27.95 31.95 34.95 39.95 I Men's regular $35.00 Suits reduced to Men's regular $40.00 Suits reduced to Men's regular $45.00 Suits reduced to Men's regular $50.00 Suits reduced to Men's Overcoats and Boys' Suits at reductions that will interest you. Our regular $4.00 Dress Shirts reduced to .... 2.95 Our regular $5.00 Dress Shirts reduced to .... 3.95 5.95 Our regular $8.00 Silk Shirts reduced to 7.95 Our regular $10.00 Silk Shirts reduced to Our regular $12.50 Silk Shirts reduced to 9.95 All sizes and all grades full now. Get in on our full stock and get what you need. V 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 regWar $10.'00'Work Shoes reduced to . . 7.45 Men's regular $12.50 Work Shoes reduced to . . 8.95 Men'sregular $15.00 Work Shoes reduced to . . 9.95 u . 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 At substantial reductions in the price. Our regular $2.00 Dress Shirts reduced to Our regular $2.50 Dress Shirts reduced to Our regular $3.50 Dress Shirts reduced to $1.75 ... 1.95 . . . 2.45 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 liy2 in this lot. -- ' iH E. P. BARNES i L BRO. V 15-horK Beaver Dam, Ky. were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. BEADS ODDLY STRUNG can still happen, I have given up all Miles Crowder, or any other of- - my of the Jury said they would ask lenithought of voluntarily shaking off former friends in Ohio county wants ency from Governor. Morrow. Tato Monday night and Tuesday. m to reraemher mo with a Christmas this mortal coll. Little Frank Wayne Shultz, the nov. J. A. Dennett filled his regu(By I. D. Claire.) jp present, Just address I. D. Claire, caro ENGINE FOR SALE. eighteen months old child of Mrs. Vallar appointment at Woodward's Thero Is a fine independence about of tho Argus, Central City. Ono twist Thelma Shultz, met with a horrible I tried this bead stuff for three ley Saturday and Sunday. 'death Monday morning, December weeks on my own subscribers and lost life on tho farm and much to interest will do. A first class power, J. I. Mrs. Pat Foster and daughter, Miss ' Marllssa, visited Mr and Mrs. Brlse 6th. He was playing near the grate them by the score, so here is back to in the tranquility of tho small town, Caso Traction Engine In good conOF STATE BOARD He In the old sheet whoso patrons have but somehow I can not get away j when his clothes caught fire. Haflin Sunday. SENTENCED FOR 2 YEARS dition, is to bo sold undor orders of from the seductive charm of midnight left Mon- haled the fumes, dying two hours lat- grown tolerant thru suffering. Mrs. Anthony Robertson tho Ohio County Fiscal Court. Seallights blazing from fifteenth story day, December 6, for Atlanta, Ga., er. "The remains were laid to rest Lexington, Ky. Dec. 7. Ray Black- ed bids will bo rocelved by County windows. daughter, in Shultztown Cemetery, Tuesday afwhere she will visit her Somehow, Ijam ajAvays playing 'In burn, Cincinnati, former clerk of tho Judge Mack Cook, up to 11 o'clock ternoon. Mrs. Eva Baxter, and Mr. Baxter. hard luck. Just now It is that I have It Ii funny how people fondle their State Board of Charities, was sen- A. M., Decomber 8th, next. Enclno Rlggs visited Mr. and Mrs. Albert made a few new friends, and It Is altroubles. Troubles thrive on nurs- tenced to two years in the peniten- may bo Inspected, near tho Jail, HartDUKEHURST. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. HIpsley most Christmas. ing. Wean 'em. tiary by a Jury in tho Circuit Court ford. Jtlggs the latter part of last week. Tho right to reject any and all here today. It is charged that he Mr. Willie Walker, of Lexington, Taylor, of Beaver Dam, Miss Hattle makes The dear old Republican If Bill Keeno, or Frank Wallace, cashed a check for $2,760, which was bids Is reserved. Is visiting her cousin, Mr. and Mrs. visited his sister, Mrs. J. W. Carter, three of us countlans happy or Jim Carter, or DIllIs Ward, or handled by a Tank hero. Members MACK COOK, Com'r. here last week. JIurshel Chlnn, of this place. each week provided Estll Park gets Mrs. B. M. Coombs, returned home l time to come to my office to read It Mrs. Tom Tanner and son, John, visited her brother, Mr. Andy Baird, Saturday after several days stay In before Tom Stevens carries it away, Owensboro. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Jones, of ChiMr. and Mrs. A. V. Rowan and Mr. It Is strange how a fellow grows Uey Rowan and family left last week cago, who accompanied the remains away from old associates as time ebbs for Florida, where they will spend of Everett Shaver, who was killed along, but I sure would be glad to In that place, are visiting relatives In the winter. come back to Hartford to see Eck Miss Flora Patton, of Utica, vis- this vicinity. old gray horse and Battle Nail. Miss Erma Carter, of Beaver Dam, Rial's ited her aunt, Mrs. Mattie Patton, a was here the first of the week. ' few days last week. It Is good to live among strangers Mr. Herman Park, of Akron, Ohio, Louise, the little daughter, of Mr. after you have moved from place to and Mrs. HIpsley Riggs, who has been is visiting relatives near here. Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus Bartlett place until you don't care a darn for very sick Is no better at this writing. Mrs. Soporo Bartlett, of anybody and nobody cares a darn s' and mother, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kirk, of THE UNIVERSAL CAR Owensboro, attended the funeral and for you. There Is a pleasing feeling In this neighCreek, visited living aloof from the borhood Thursday night and Friday. burial of their cousin and "nephew, of freedom In only thoso who have The pie supper given at West No Everett Shaver, at Hartford, Monday. multitude, that mm TT It can appreciate. I experienced THE FORD SEDAN Creek school house Saturday night, like It. was a grand success. DENTAL NOTICE. An all- - weather car this pretty thoroughly describes the Mr. Andy Baird, who has been sick, I am in doubt what to do next. Ford Sedan. with heart and stomach trouble, is Now Is the time to have your Den-- al By nature, an adventurer, I have inimproving. r In rain or cold weather it is a cozy, comf ortabler encloe4 car ; work attendedto. Winter Is com- dulged In about everything that t in warm weather, an ideal Touring car. The plate glass windows tempted my taste or humored my vaning with rain and snow which makes COOL SPRINGS. are raised or lowered in a minute's time. Ford Sedan is alold teeth ache and abscess. Abscess- ity until I can think of no new novelty ways in accord with your wishes. Finely upholstered ; equipped ed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" are danger- but turning to crime. It I could steal Air. Oils Rock is on the sick list. with electric starting and lighting system ; demountable rims and Mr. O. E. Scott Is attending court ous. You are continually swallowing a quarter of a million, ,llko that this deadly poisoned pus. Each Louisville1 bird, hide away on a Hartford this week. tire carrier in rear; instrument board on dash; the Sedan is a car Little Mildred Elliott and Marie nouthtul of food carries this Infection chicken ranch and enjoy outwitting of convenience and class, and has proven a favorite family car. into the stomach. It Lowers vitali- the detectives for a season, be at last Dennis have whooping cough. Yet, trie reliable Ford chassis and motor are a part of the Ford discovered only to, have the public Mrs. Ben Woodburu Is visiting rel- ty which invites cancer of tha Sedan and that means low upkeep cost, ease of operation, and atives at Rockport and Ceralvo this mouth, throat and stomach, Diph- slobber over me as it has him, I durability. The Ford Sedan is just as popular on the farm as in Pneumonia, should feel more than repaid for theria, Tuberculosis, week. penitenfits family needs everywhere. Corrinne Dennis was the guest of Influenza, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, serving a brief spell in the the city. my slobbering admirers Miss Beulah Wilson Saturday and thouumtlsm, Anoemla and even death tiary while Come in and see the Ford Sedan. If you want one, place Sunday. frequently results from continually werefgeltlng my parole adjusted. It your order now. Orders are filled in the same sequence they are must bo great to be a criminal, Jf one Mrs. Stella Hedger visited her swallowing pus. can bo a big criminal. received. Make us your Ford headquarters, as we are experts-witA mouth containing decayed teeth daughter, Mrs. Fyold Davenport, near the famous "Ford After-Service-." s a poisonous laboratory, which sends Tuesday, Itochestor, Fluke, I don't want to challenge Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown, of Tay- a host of bacteria into the elementary tantalize your aplor Mines, visited Mr. Brown's father, tract. They multiply rapidly thus your credulity nor Indian, I lived our petite but, honest Mr O. M. Brown Saturday night and gain access to the lymphatic system Sunday afternoon. Sunday. and are carried to the distant organs. old life ovemgain It was a bird supper, with cranberry Mr. Wlllio Ferguson Is molng to Soft spongy and blooding gums give sauce nnd other suitable trimmings. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY warning of approaching abscesses. his farm near Wysox, this week And thon whilo tlje good woman was Lady Attendent. School closed' at this place last Hip i.fiu-nln" w" MrrlH thn cornl X-I Yours respectfully, Tuesday, on account of the teacher scarcely believe niy own eyes I could DR. CHARLES R, LAYTQN. bslng sick. , tore a narrow strlp'of green paper Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schafner and but further description Is use- Hodgensvllle.imd Mr. Oflco opens 8:30 a. in., closos i from llttlo son, of less, to you. Seeing the unexpected &m Mrs, Arl Ward of Centertown, p. m,, promptly. 1IEFLIX. ex-Oh- io Bar-nett- ' f ki 'i The tt It BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY "" c man' J tf '