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The Hartford republican: December 17, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920121701_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 17, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 9 'Vf tV ft' The Hartford Republican Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. r Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIII HUGE CUT IN ARMY Subscription $1.50 per Ym& NUMBER 25 U. HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1920. Burd, Memorial Consolidated School, Hardyvillo; W. P. Rhoads, Central City High School; E. E. .Bratcher. Cancyvlllo High School; Fred Shultz, Hardlnsburg" High School; M. F. Haw kins, Whltesvllle High School; R. A. Bolt, Fordsvllle High School; Warren Peyton, Beaver Dam High School; and J. F. Bruner, Hartford High School. At tho morning session each one presented tho course of study in Field Crops which he is offering his students this year. Each course was then discussed, carefully to see whether or not it meets ho needs of the community. The afternoon was devoted to tho discussion of a lesson plan and the presentation of subject matter. W. O. W. MEMBERS TO RECEIVE RIG REFUND Members of the Woodmen of the World aro to receive a dividend or refund of $1,250,000 accumulations over and above actual running expenses. The refund will, however, so the Sovereign Visitor, organ of the society, states be in the nature of a credit on certificates under options 1, 2 or 3 on which there exists a Hen thereby reducjng the Indebtedness to the amuont apportioned. Thoso holding certificates under options 4 nnd 5 or universal, will receive a check during January next, acceptable by the Camp Clerks In payment of premiums, or they may bo cashed as ordinary checks, at the option of the holller. Payment by check applies to those members who have been In gaod standing since January 1st, 1920 and up to December 31st of the pres-en- t year. am your dog tags at once and havo tho TOBACCO GROWERS AUSTRIA ACQUIRES mattor bohlnd you. tags by You can get your dog LEAGUE MEMBERSHIP HOLD BIG MEETING BUDGET, FORECAST sending to the County Clerk, togothor with tho propor fees and postage, the S..T0 CURTAIL RUNNING EXPENSES , following Information, viz: Your name Baker May Get Only Half Your Post Offico address. No., of Your Voting precinct. Of $700,000,000 As What breed of dog. Asked For. . Tho dog's age. Male or female. , Color and markings. The license fee is ns follows: First Washington, Doc. 14. Sharp conbetween Congress and tho War male dog $1.00, all others $2.od each. flicts Department over tho amount of mon- Fist femalo dog $2.00, all others ey to be- - appropriated thU year for $4.00 each. You must send postage. S. A. BRATCHER, tho military developed today at tho Sheriff 'Ohio County. meeting of tho House subInitial committee to draft tho 1922 army ap- 1,100 INDICTED FOR propriation bill. IGNORING DOG TAX Representative Anthony, of Kanof the sas, chairman Hopklnsville, Ky Dec. predicted that tho army appropriahundred Christian County citicoming year would bo tion for tho cut approximately to J300.000.000. zens have beon Indicted for failure to Ho advocated restriction of tho slzo pay dog tax. This is the nlost drastic action evof tho army to 17G.00O enlisted men, of thoamps er taken by a Kentucky county to abandonment of half Igmaintained by tho War Department force payment of this frequently of tho nrmy'a sur- nored tax. and Immediate salo ' Tho lowest possible settlement is plus supplies. MaJ. Gen, $16 plus the tax $1 for a male and Secretary Baker and March, chief of staff, appearing bo- -, $2 for a female. Sheriff Cllborno will be busy for ioro tho committee, urged the appro- two weeks serving bench warrants. priation this year of approximately This is tho largest batch of indictarmy expenses. for 700,000,000 Tho War Department was allowed ments evor returned at one sitting of a grand jury in tho state. $392,000,000 for tho present year. -- J Fcnrcd. niK Deficit e, Weed Men Of Green River First Of Enemy Nations To Be' Admitted, Opposi- -' District In Owens- boro Meet tion Absent. Tobacco Orowors. of Ohio County, here Monday, dewith tho Davles3 cided to Countyjgrowers In tho organization of tho Marketing Association, provided the organization Is able to secure as much as 80 per cent of tho weed In Daviess. The meeting hero Monday, as has been tho caso generally, so wo are informed, agreed to hold their tobacco off of the market for ten days, or perhaps longer, pending prospects of a thorough organization of tho entire Green River District, ,nnd elected representatives to attend tho' meeting held In Owenoboro Wednesday, a mem.br of which committee gave to this paper tho following Information: Reports wore raado In tho Owcnsboro meeting that 60 per cent of all tho tobacco in Daviess County was pledged and that the plan wasto secure not less than 80 per cent by the close of today, in fact it was confidently hoped that even a larger per centage would be secured, as five hundred men were giving their attention to a thorough canvass of the County yesterday and today. The reports are, that In case tho desired amount Is pledged thru the association, tho tobacco will be held for a fair price, and that that portion remaining off of the market at a definite date be prized In hogsheads, for proper keeping, and that an advance of 50 per cent of the value pf the tobacco bo made to the grower, or own er, thovaluo to be arrived at by tak ing the average of that particular grado,pf tobacco during tho past five years. Arrangements havo been as sured, it Is said, o properly finance tho organization in the manner of ex tending advances etc. A meeting of tho Ohio County Growers has been called for this placo tomorrow afternoon at 1 o'clock when reports on tho amount pooled in Daviess County will bo made and the meeting addressed by L. P. Tanner, of Owensboro. All tobacco growers are urged to bo present. Note Copy of tho contract may bo found on page 2, column 1. In a meeting held Joint Committee To Simpli- fy Executive Departments, Aim, Washington, Dec. 14. A Joint congressional commltteo on reorganization of tho executive departments, to be composed of three members each of the House and Senato was approved today by tho House. Tho resolution passed tho Senate last session and was indorsed by tho Houso today without amendment or a dissenting vote. Speaker Gillett said ho 'would announce the throo Houso members when the Presldnt- - signs tho measure. It was regarded a3 cortain that Representative Reavis, Republican, Nebraska, would head the Houso committee. The name of the second Republican member had not been sug gested tonight. Represntatlve Mooro Democrat, Virginia, was mentioned as the minority member, but some favored tho selection of former Speaker Champ Clark Objection to tho appointment or Clark was voiced, however, on tho ' ground that he would not be a member of the House after March 4 next and would be Ineligible under tho resolution for duty on the commltteo after that date. Tho proposed investigation Is expected to extend for a period of about two years. Representative Reavis, In charge or the measure, said the Government would reduce Its operating expenses by at least $1,000,000 a day and would grbatly increase the efficiency of Its machinery thru properly co- Secretary Baker estimated that tho FARMERS' INSTITUTE War Department would Incur a deOF ficit of $60,000,000 during tho presamount, ho said, ent yenr. Of this Program Ably Rendered, Tho Sleet $38,000,000 will bo needed for tho ing Poorly Attended By Thoso AnMUCH-INTEREST pay of enlisted men. Chairman thony, howover, said mombors of tho commltteo woro convinced tho War The for farmers, conductDepartment's deficiency would total ed hereInstituteFriday and Saturday, last at least $100,000,000. was of exceeding interest to all of The secretary of war was asked to thoso who desire to learn moro of camps aubtult a report showing what scientific farming, horticulture, milk wore being maintained and for what production, home economics etc., yet purposo they woro being used. tho people who should havo ben' "Wo must close nt least half our efitted, in a largo measure, pormittcd In camps, particularly thoso located he meeting to pass without attending. more romoto districts which can not The indifference Is hard to under1)6 kept up as cheaply as those closor stand. The farming class need, as to supplies," said Mr. Anthony. "It novor before, to be up on every thing Tins been shown that It cost much pertaining to their business. Price ."inoro (o maintain troops on tho Mex- and market conditions, together with posts. ican border than at centralized the labor Bltur.t!,n in rural communi Tho commltteo, for tho sako of" econ- ties make It imperative. Yet they omy, Intends to provide for tho withfailed to embrace tho opportunity of drawal of many of tho troops now on fered to gain solid Information looktho border." ing to tho bettermect of conditions Another policy of tho committee, individually and colleotlvbly. Mr. Anthony indicated, would be to Tho high spots of tho Institute provido for tho full strength mainwere the talks of H. A. PIckott, tenance of only two divisions Instead on chickens, illustrated by a pen of of nine as tho War Department barred rocks, loaned by Judge Jno. The remaining divisions would B. Wilson; B. P. Smoot, of Missouri, Tjo maintained in skeletonized form on soil treatment and conservation, and would be Increased to full and on the Farm Bureau; Tate Bird strength only in emergencies under of Shelby County on dairying and Sir. Anthony's plan. milk production; Mrs. Sue Beardsloy Truck Snlo Favored. on homo economics and an afternoon Immediate sale of bctwoen 30,000 sesslpn hold with the girls of the and 40,000 motor trucks now held in High School. reserve was said by Representative Many, in fact all phases of the Anthony to be favored by the com- questions covered by the varied pro I per-haps fa-vo- rs. Who were To Benefit. Geneva, Bee. 15. The Asseihbly of tho League of Nations elected today the first former enemy stato member of the leagoe without opposition.' The vote on the admission of Austria came after an unexpected passage at arms between Giuseppe Motta, Switzerland, and M. Vivian!, representing France. 'M. Motta, speaking on the report of tho commltteo, recalled the rejection of Germany's application for admission by tho peace conference, saying that' Switzerland had always regretted it and that there wero three place vacant in the league, which ought to bo- - filled by the' United States, Russia and Germany At the mention of Germany M. Vivian! sprang up and asked for the floor nail upon thu conclusion of M Motta's Bpcftch, In which the 3wls delegate appealed to the Assembly for Justice. M. VIvIani mounted the tribune and launched into a fervid It defense of the French viewpoint was soon apparent that the Assembly was with him and ht3 remarks ware greeted with frequent applause. When ho descended from tho tribune, ho received the greatest ovation of the assembly. The. voting for the admission of Austria, which immediately fbllowed, was by a,nominal roll call, the delegates being asked whether they were In favor of or agsinst admission, some answering In French and others in English. Thirty-fiv-e votes were cast In favor of Austria's admission, two membors wer .absent and four abstained from voting. Tho four, elective members of the league council chosen by the assembly today were: Spain, Brazil, Belgium and China, tho final success of China, coming after several ballots being greeted with enthusiastic applause. LOUISVILLE MARKETS. Cattle Steer market continues weak nt Monday's decline which measured fully 50c under a week ago. Prime light butchers are ready sale at full steady rates. The medium and plainer kinds slow but unchanged. Fair inquiry for the best stackers and feeders at prevailing rates. Plainer kinds neglected. Good clearance noted. Quotations; Prime heavy steers $9 9.50; heavy shipping steers medium steers $7 8; light steero $6 7; fat heifers $6 8.50; fat cows $67.50; medium cows $4.25(3)6; cutters $325 4.25; canners $2.50 3.25; bulls $4 5.50; feeders $6 8.25; stockers $3.50 7; choice milk cows $850100; medium $6085; common $40 60. Calves Market advanced 50c on top veals. Best veals at $10 11; medium to good $5 7; common fo medium $2 4. Hogs Prices showed 25c decline Demand was fairly on all grades. active at tho prices, lower values account of losses shown at other points Best hogs 120 pounds and up $9; pigs 90 to 120 pounds $8.50; 90 lbs. down $7; throwonts $7 down. Prices lowest slnco April 1916, Sheop and lambs Demand fair, with prices generally steady. Best Iambs $7 9; seconds $4 5; Best fat sheep $3 down; bucks $2 down. PRODUCE. Local produce dealers quote buying prices as follows net to shipper tho shipper paying freight and drayage charges: Eggs 65c dozen. Bvttcr Country 18c. Poultry Hens 18 20c lb.; largo spring chickens 18 20c lb.; small 23 24c lb.; old roosters 12 13c lb.; young ducks 24c Pj.; No. 1 turkeys 2835c lb.; geese 1820c lb.; guineas 30c each; young guineas 50c. $3, 25 3. 50 dozen. Rabbits HARDING HELPED BY CONFERENCES Frosidcnt-EIcct ROUGH RIVER LODGE, K. OF P. ELECTS OFFICERS Owing to tho town and lodge Hall being In darkness the first Tuesday night, Rough River Lodge, No. 110, K. of P. held a special convention Wednesday night for the purpose of electing officers, conferring tho Rank of Page and tho transaction of busiattendance ness. Quite a good-size- d was noted and a fine meeting held. Officers were elected as follows: M. L. McCracken, C. C. W. H. Gillespie, V. C. A. I. Nail, M. of W. Mcpowell A. Fogle, If. of R. & S. Otto C. Martin, Prelate.' J. R. Plrtlo, M. of F. W. S. Tlnsley, M. of E. J. P. Casebler, M. of A. ' F. T. Belcher, I. G. J. F. pillosplo, O. G. Jno. B. Wilson, Trustee. COUNTY $89; mittee of approximately 216,000 enlisted men and 14,000 officers. Membors of the House Military Committee have charged th9 War Department with breaking faith with Congress in recruiting more than tho TSO.OOO men for which provision was made in tho army appropriation 1111. "This year," said Representative Anthony, "we will appropriate for an army of not more than 176,000 mon, and In addition will put a mandatory provision In tho appropriation bill that tho War Department Is not to exceed that number." "DOG OWNER'S WARNING." Owners and harborers of dogs are hereby warned to procure their dog tags for tho year 1921, at once, as only a short tlmo Intervenes before those who fall to procure tags will be held to bo in violation of the law and oxposed and subject to prosecullon and fine, ns the law says that you must procuro your dog tags on or before . 1st day of January, for the Secretary Baker was questioned tions answered to the satisfaction of particularly as to the prespnt slzo of all who attended. It was a good the army, and In reply said It' meeting nnd barring the meager atcon-flfti- od gram wero ably discussed and ques tendance, was highly successful. Commissioner W. C. Hanna was unable to be present on account of Illness. P. ssociation Dec. 9th, T. A. RIEETING. Parent-Teacher succeeding" year. As one agency for the enforcement of this statute, in tho discharge of my duty as Sheriff, I earnestly desire you escape trouble and the payment of cost wholly unnecessary and easy to avoid, and that I be relieved troni tho obnoxious duty imposed upon mo by tho law, of. assisting in Its bringing my friends enforcement-b- y InrA court for prosecution, ' so get .AThe Hartford met Thursday afternoon, for a short business coaslon. After the regular routine of business the association voted to give the High School Department enough mon-je- y to buy the Encyclopedia Brltanica; Mrs. Keown's room enough to buy the New Students' Reference Work; and to Mrs. Wooten's room enough to buy a complete set of maps. At the ! previous meeting tho association vot ed to give the High Schoul department $40 and $10 to each of the grades with which to buy books and other necessary equipment. The meeting adjourned to meet at seven q'clock for a social session. The Junior and Senior glrU rendered the program. They sang in a charming manner, our most popular Southern songs and Loubel Williams, recited a portion of Hiawatha and Sal-JShultz, a portion of the Courtship of Miles Standlsb. ye BOARD OF EDUCATION TO MEET The Ohio County Board of Education is to meet here January 3, next, In Its last, meeting. Under the now law It will be the duty of the Board Trustees to serve to elect In all of thoso districts wherein the term of the present trustee expires In Jtfarch. It is requested that the va rious districts petition or recommend some suitable person for service as trustoe in their respective districts. Those who will constitute the new board, elected at tho general election last November, have been invited to bo present at this meeting and It Is presumed that thev will also be in Sub-Distri- ct attendance. m ' "AG" TEACHERS MEET A sectional meeting of agricultural teachers was held at the Hartford High school Friday December 10th. Thoso present were State Director and Supervisor, O, Ivan Barnes, Lex ington; Prof, of Agricultural Education, HcNeal James, Lexington; F. O, THANKS FRIENDS. tkt J. A. TATE'S. For all kinds of fresh candles, nuts, fruits etc. SPECIAL XMAS packages, in Chocolates, Cigars etc., also a nice line, of fruit baskets. All other notions you may'deslre. GO TO the many friends who sent flowers or In any way manifested sympathy In the loss of our beloved son, Everotte we wish to extend our grateful thanks. MR. and MRS, J. T. SHAVER. To Says It AVill tfot Eo ordinated departments. "It is a matter of common knowlDifficult To Find Comedge," he said, "that millions of dolmon Ground. lars are wasted by the government by Marlon, O., Dec. 14. With his con- almost endless 'duplication of activiferences hero on an association of na- ties. There has been no fundamental tions only fairly begun, President- change In the administrative activielect Harding let It be known today ties since tho organization was dovls-- d by Alexander Hamilton, and the rethat he already had gathered inforgreatly en- sult Is that activities entirely out o mation and advice which harmony with the functions of decouraged htm. Making his first comment on the partments have grown with the passprogress of the consultation, he. said ing years until tho government today they should be "very Interesting and is not only the biggest business. in. the. world, but the world's worst managed ' gratifying.' '& dlffl-u- lt business." "It apparently will not bo so as some people had supposed " he NOVEMBER HONOR ROLL. added, "to find, a common ground for agreement." . Honor Students in Hartford High' would not disThe President-eleSchool for November: cuss specific conferences or detailed Senior Class. suggestions of an association plan. He Amelia Pirtle, Emily Pendleton, Kittho had given considindicated that le- Bess Dodson, Loubel Williams. erable- thought to the proposal for a Schap-mir- e, agreement not to declare of Barbqur Williams, Freeman world Flora Rhoads, Margaret King. fenslve. war except in response to a Junior Class. pdpular referendum, but he said he , Cola Bennett, Mary Llndloy, could express no opinion on the subGeneva Trails. ject. Sophomore Class. Mr. Harding s It Is understood that Luther Turner, William Davidson, particularly pleased with the has felt Ersel Bennett, Otis Ashby, George Information regarding conditions and DeBruler, Nellye Roedor, Emily Bell, as described to him pplnlons abroad Sailye Laura Williams, Myrtle Payne by Herbert Hoqver, Ellhu Root and Freshmci Class. have seen him here. Still others who Maggie Crowder, James Bozartnv givmoro detailed surveys are to be ld, Otha Lee, Martlne Sproule, Ena en him In conferences yet to come, it Mary Ellen Duke, Bertram among being taken for granted that, Neighbors, Ronald Estes, Isabel Tins-le- y, others, Senator McCormlck, of IlliGeneva Howard, Samuel Miller," nois, who now Is in Europe, will see Earl Bartlett, Walter Wosterfield, a few weeks. him within Mary Baker, Eula Bean, John Mr. Harding tonight denied directly Forrest Casebler, Harris.' published reports that Senhowover, ' rep- - Walker, Hallle Bell Allen. Carroll ator McCormlck was acting as a ne Whlttaker, Catherine Williams, rnsnntntivB in conferences with Eu Ward, H. S. Slnnett, Pauline The President ropean statesmen. Williams. Anna Bell King", Ruth "no agents In Euelect Bald ho had Marrol Lowe, Lucllo Westerflejd, rope, In tho United States or In any Hoover, Emma Miller, Lena Henry, ' world." other part of tho Llndley, Loekett Ford, Beawill Hubert Tomorrow the President-elec- t trice Ford, Edith Tlnsley, Bonnie see Raymond Robins, a former leader Sosh, Delbert Whlttaker, OrvIHe of the Progressive party and a mem-i.- Hoover, Cora Hagerman. n i. TJnnnlillMn RxAnitive Cam m paign Commltteo In tne 1920 cam STUDENTS RETURNING paign. Miss Martha Pate', Hlnton Leach, SUFFRAGE TEST IN Byron, Williams, Powall Tlchenor,. DlAlVXiuVAl 1e.uJ.t Oscar Bennett, Glenn Tlnsley, and John Allen Wilson, all of this place; Baltimore. Dec. 14 Trial of the Forest Bell, of Buford, Frank Barnes, suit brought by the Maryland State of Beaver Dam, Willie Maddox, Mc- -i Leacue of Defense to test tho validi Henry, and Henry Lloyd, of 'Fordsty o the Federal woman suffrage vllle, students of K. S. U. are examendmont was begun in the court pected to arrive at their homes to spend the holidays. of Common pleas here today. Thq action Is directed against the GO TO J. A. TATE'S. Board? of Registers of the Seventh 110th Ward asking District of the For all kinds of fresh candles, nuts, (bat they be required to strike from nnmes-o- t two women, fruits etc. SPECIAL XMAS packtheir books tho one whlto, tho other colored, because ages, in Chocolates, Cigars etc., also a. the.potitloners do not admit tho force nice line, of fruit baskets. All other1 notions you may desire. of tho amendment. . . M 'l ct Ella-Henry- Wes-terfle- We-terfl- eld, Co-rln- n- n .' practically all of the low grades will bo handled In this manner. Tho cost of putting tobacco In a NEW ASSOCIATION hoc3head Is about $2 a hundred pounds. Tho. mattor of cutting out noxt year's croy will depend upon tho amount of tobacco sold In this dis Green River Producers Or- trict this season. It is probablo that this question will not bo considered ganize To Aid Market r: 1 LOWERS IN ti ing Facilities. Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 11. In an effort to bring tho prices being paid for tho 1021 crop of tobacco to an nvorago at least abovo tho cost of production, the Green River Tobacco Nnrkotlng Association was formally laune'hed In Owensboro this afternoon. Tho meeting was attended by growers from ovory section of the Green River district, but the majority of thoso In attendance were from Daviess county. Not half of tho growers In Owensboro to attend the meeting cohM crowd their way Into tho largo circuit court room at tho court house, and tho meeting adjourned to tho sales floor of Daviess Counhouso, where It Is esty loose-lea-f timated from 1,200 to 1,500 growers ivoro In attendance. By practically a unanimous vote tho executive committee of the Green River Tobacccf Market Association was given the right to conduct tho sale of tho 1920 crop of tobacco for tho growers who become members of tho association. Tho form of contract that tho tobacco grower will be asked to sign la as follows: selling Believing In Daviess county, Kentucky have this day and do hereby name and employ W. 0. Haycraft, Henry S. Berry, "Vrank K. Moseley, Hiram Marksberry, C. O. Evans, William Wimsatt and B. W. Barrett and their successors on the executive committee of tho Green River Tobacco Market Association of Daviess County, Kentucky, as my agents and grant unto them the right to sell, pledge, grade have prized all of my 1920 and crop of tobacco, consisting of about pounds, produced on about acres of land during the year 1D2D, and hereby give to my said rehan-dl- e, for Boveral months. Warr houses Xot to Close. None of the owners ot tho loose cat tobacco warehouses of Owensboro has showed any Inclination to close ponding the organization of the pool, and tho floors will again be open on Monday morning. As soon as Daviess County is organized, tho campaign will be extended to tho other counties In tho Green Rlvor district and In Southern Indiana counties. Tho oxecutlvo committee of tho association has been assured of $600,000 by local interests for the handling of the pooled crop. This, togethor with the money that will be derived from the sale of the high grado tobacco which Is expected to avorago moro than $15 a hundred pounds, will go a long ways toward tiding over the growers for another year, and until tho prized tobacco Is sold. It Is estimated that at least 10,000,000 pounds of tho $40,000,000 pounds In tho Green River district should sell for an average of $15 per hundred pounds, which would mean This, with the $C00-00- 0 $1,500,000. that will be advanced by local Interests, will mean $2,100,000 for the growers. A feature of the meeting todayywas the lack of any sign of disorder or threats of any cnaructtr. HOLIDAY PRESENTS! 1 The time is short for buying your Christmas necessities. Useful presents are the orders for this Christmas. We are well prepared to take care of ypur Santa Claus along almost any line of novelties and useful wearing apparel, at Removal Sale Prices. Our Doll family is worthy of your consideration. Our lines of novelties are very large. Our 'i among farmers, I, f o r How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward for any case of Catarrh that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken by catarrh sufferers (or the past thirty-fiv- e years, and has become known as the most reliable remedy tor Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Btood on the Mucous surfaces, expelling the Poison from the Blood and healing the diseased portions. After you have taken Hall's Catarrh Medicine for a short time you will see a ureat Improvement In your general health. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at once and Ret rid of catarrh. Send for testimonials, free. F. J. CHBNET & CO , Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. m ftr ! i Removal Sale Prices TV rA, r i. t Will help you very materially all along the line. i DEPORTED SOVIETS RESTLESS IN RUSSIA i f agents tho right to grade, redry and prize so much of said tobacco as they may deem advlsa-bl- o and prepare same for market. I further agree to deliver said tobacco as may be directed by my said agents, between this date and t..w 1 109.1. sit such receiving Owens-Jbor- ( & Ky., or elsewhere in my said county, indicated by them, and I iurther agree that the said tobacco of at tho time of my said delivery asbe reasonably well same shall sorted and In good handling condition, and shall be subject to be graded by an impartial grader to be selected by my said agents. unIt Is expressly agreed and shall my said agents derstood that arrange for such loans or advancements on said tobacco at the time of my delivery of same as they may he able to procure, and my said agents shall have the right to pledge our said tobacco to secure points as they may select in o, ' aft A' expressly agreed and understood that tho actual expenses in grading, prizing, lehandllng, Todrying and selling said tobacco and of storing same shall bo deducted from the proceeds of the salo of said tobacco, and in the event 1 break this contract, or fall to deliver said tobacco or any pait thereof as herein agreed, I hereby agree to pay my said agents as liquidating damages for my breach of this contract, a sum equal to 5 cents per pound of said tobacco, as estimated above. Meetings have been called for Monday night in each one of the 120 school districts of Daviess County when the pledges of the Tobacco Marketing Association will be circulated among the .growers for jlgrature. "U'lIlTtecoid Nonslgners. Tho names of tho growers who do not sign the pledges will be recorded. It was stated today that this is fcr the purpose of ou'alali'g a corrcc: estimate of the amout.t of the crop in L'avless County, Each of tho school districts will name a chairman to report Id a meeting to be held In Owensboro Wednesday morning, when It will bo learned what amount ot the Daviess County crop of tobacco has It is the plan of the Leon p'udgta executive committee to lease local lactones, and if possible, some of the in loose leaf tobacco warehouses Owensboro lor the purposo of handling h.i pooled tobacco n'ho pledged tobacco will bo graded and a prico fixed upon It by tho executive comnilttet, the buyers will be advised of tho amount and quality of tobacco for sale and the minimum tboy will be expected to pay. rf3 All .the tobacco not taken by tho Imyerawlll bo prized in hogsheads at facOweasboro fuctorles and stored In warehouses until tuoro Is tories and u .market for It. It is thought that same. It is Washington, Dec. 11. Members ot tho party deported nearly a year ago on the "Soviet ark" Buford, with Emma Goldman and Alexander Berk-mahave attempted to blow up officials of the Russian Soviet government, according to information received today at the Department of Justice. The advices said Marcus Crodowsky and Arthur Katjes were In Jail at Moscow for attempting to plant bombs in a building occupied by the general executive committee of the Soviet government there. Schabl, formerly head of the Union of Russian Workmen, the reports said had been killed by the Japanese In Siberia while engaged In railroad work there. Peter Branky was reported to have entered the ranks of the Communist party and to be associated with the International propaganda bureau at Petrograd. Hyman Perkins was said to be employed in Odessa, both the Schatz brothers in working in the Kiev, Kushneroff Soviet bureau In Moscow and Paul Kovaloff working on a tug boat near n, Some Useful Presents: 11 lH iHlimilHtf f )'1 3 Hosiery, in Silks and fine Lisles. v , Shoes of every description. Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Furs and Underwear. 2 Petrograd. . TORN REGIONS REVIVE Fore the first time since 1914 the devasted regions of France are able This year they to feed themselves. were favord by a good sason which blessed their Intensive efforts with a large yield ot splendid quality. - "WELL, OLD MAN, HOW ARE YOU?" If Your Blood Is Rich and Red You Say ,"FIno." ENTHUSIASM IS If You Feci Weak and Look Pule. Sometimes you are almost down and out. You know you are not really sick, but you have a petered-ou- t feeling. You eat little. You drag along. In the morning you look at your face in tho mirror. You feel years older when you see how palo and haggard you are. It Is your blood. It needs red corpuscles. Instead of poking along half sick, why don't you try taking the blood tonic? It hns Just the Ingredients weak blood noeds. With red blood your energy and enthusiasm return. You oat bettor. You tackle work and achieve. Pepto Mongan Is widely and heartiIt is ef ly endorsed by physicians. fects e and easy to tako. It Is soldi In both liquid and tablet form. Tho j J medicinal properties aro Idontcal. at any drug store. But bo Sold n suro to got tho gsnune Ask for it by tho name "Guile's". and be sure the full name "Gudo's Is on tho package. Advertisement. Try Pepto-Manga- 1' Corsets and Corset Covers. Head Gear of every description. A new Edison Talking Machine.. Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Sweaters, Shoes, Underwear, Shirts, Neckwear and Socks. Furniture that will please you. "i t -1 '& n 71 i ii . I1 V t 1 In fact, better service cannot be rendered than our Sale Prices make for you to buy your Holiday fixings: Pepto-Manga- n, E. P. BARNES & BRO Beaver Dam, Ky. 'y Pepto-Manga- Popto-Mangan- ," l PRICES QF MEAT t' DUNN WALLACE CROMWELL, . LOWEST OF YEAR Your Opportunity Wholesale Costs Fall To War Levels In Chicago. Pre- ' KY. cigarettes!ffA v -- AAA 111 " REDUCTION SALE -- i3isoiisrs- Saturday, November 27, 1920 And Closes February 1, 1921 t To buy at these special prices you must pay Cash or Produce. Nothing charged at the Special Discount Prices. We do this in order to clean up our surplus, and to give you winter goods at the right price while in season. DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: per cent Discbunt per cent Discount Shoes, 15 per cent Discount Rubber Goods, 15 per cent Discount Overalls, Harness, 20 20 - All other goods are subject to per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. 10 a & WALLACE Ky. DUNNCromwell, DISARMING OF WORLD TO BE SLOW PROCESS , - Japan Halts While, U. S. Is Out Of League; Pro gram Planned. Geneva, Dec. 11. Viscount Ishil, of Japan, today warned tho disarmament commission of tho assembly of tho League of Nations that Japan will not reduce her armaments whllo tho United States remains outsldo tho League of Nations and contlnus to Increase her navy. Tho commission today recommended to tho governments of tho worl that they refrain from exceeding their present armaments, program. Genova, Dec. 11. Disarmament of the world must bo a slow and gradual fc C- process Is tho decision reached by tho League of Nations assembly commis- m' slon which has boen deliberating on Chnmbcrluln's Tablets. the question moro than three weeks. Theso tablets arsf Intended especialTho opinions of leading members of ly fdr Indigestion and constipation. tho commission aro that neither tho political situation nor pubic opinion Thoy tone up the stomach and enable Is yet ready for full realzatlon'ot that it to perform ltB functions naturally. They acl gently on the liver and ' object. bowels, theroby restoring the stomIn fact oven beginning tho reduction of armaments is not considered ach and bowels to a healthy condi possible by the commission at the tion.. 'When you feol dull, stupid and presont timo. Accordingly, tho pro- constipated glvo them a trial. You gram which- - will be presentod to tho are certain to bo pleased with their ' m nssombly is to proceed in three stages. effect! The first Involves an agreement tho powers to no furthr in- -, VILLAGES IN ITAIA creaso in armament. Tho second HAZED BY EARTHQUAKE ' will provide for a gradual reduction on a basis which will bo laid down by Itonio, Dec. 11. All the villages In tho armament commission of Jho tho Tepellnl district, Southern Albancouncil of tho loaguo. Tho third will ia, have been destroyed by a violent complete dis- earthquake, according to' An Aylona i provlde'for general and armament when It may bo found that message to tho Tempo, today.Two ' tho situation permits it. hundred persons are roported killed Viscount Ishll has improved . while 15,000 have been made homo-les- s. to glvo notco that Japan can not reduce her armamont so long as The town of Tepellnl Itself was . tho United Statos Increases hers. One completely razed. Tho message reconspicuous fact to date Is the neces- ports the shocks are continuing. sity of propaganda to prepare the , Previous messages, originating In world fdr a radical solution' of tho Avlona on December 5, reported Question, earthquake shocks in the Tepelnl Tho covenant of the league again district, rendering thousands homo-los- s, gave rise to a long and confused debut made no mention of casualbate in the assembly this aftornoon. ties.' ; v The question was how td choose the four elected members' of tho c6uncll. The committee which .decldod tho FOR FLETCHER'S most important point by only one maf a long and difficult dis- jority 'after en cusslon proposed that tho terms of these members bo limited to two years and that members shall bo eligible for during tho suc ceeding four years. This provision Is Intended to facllitato access to the council to all nlembors of tho league. Another provision which was moro tho stoutly contested apportioned members among tho difforent continents, Europe and tho Americas getting three and Asia one. This provision is held to bo contrary to the covenant, which provisos that the as sembly shall 'freely' chooser the mem bors of tho council, while apportion ment would tie tho hands of tho next assembly. Tho manner of choosing tho four electlvo members of the Loaguo of Nations Council developed a long and earnest dobato. in tho assembly today, In which D,r. Artstides Aguoro, Cuba; Dr. Wellington Koo, China; A. J. Balfour, England, and Edward D. Mlllon, Australia, wero tho principal participants. Tho Cuban delegato was warmly applauded when ho contended that the assembly was able to decido for itself what its procedure should be. LOCATE GOLD MINE LOST SO YEARS AGO Redding Cal., Dec. 11 Has tho fa mous "Lost Mino" been found? George Rico, Del Taylor, George West and George Bryncr, Shasta County miners, declare they have found it and pioneer miners are in clined to givo credence to their story, The four miners who declare thoy discovered tho long-lost- 1 mlno Inst Juno and have slnco been working it have como out of tho mountain fastness Of tho Squaw Creek district for tho winter. They declare thoy locatmiles up ed tho mine twenty-tw- o Squaw Creek from Coppor City. story is that The In 1853 some minors found a rich claim far up Squaw Creek. AH but ono of them was massacred' by tho Indians. Tho survivor camo down to Copper City and told tho story of tho riches that were abandoned, but ho was soon nfterwards drofwned In Pitt River. For years and years efforts have been mado by prospectors to find tho lost mine. It remained for the four miners to find the claim last June. It) Is an almost inaccessible region and it was only accidentally that thoy stumbled on It. Thoy foUnd a shaft fourteen feet and old rusty tools indicating that the claim had been abandoned in haste. Cleaning out tho shaft they found n ledge of rich ore which proved to be gold quartz. There Is lots of It, say the quartet, and it Is rich; too. The four are confident thoy.havo found tho famed "Lost Mlno." ' RIO GRANDE' It. R. SOLD. orders by the courts, the Denver and Rid Grande road was' knocked down for $5,000,000 In cash; the purchaser, who represented tho Western Pacific rpad, also assumed It is $141,000,000 of obligations. said that the plan is for the BUrllng-to- n road to link up with the other tw.o roads and' thus form ancthor transcontinental route. On FORMER EMTRESS IS RELIEVED NEAR DEATH Paris, Dec. 11. Former Empress Children Ory CAS TO RA Augusta Victoria of Germany is reported in severe agony at Doom, Holland, and her death is expected hourly, according to reports reaching PaIs being ris, tonight. Tho fed artificially. The former kaiser Is described as making long prayers at tho bedside. Chicago, Dec. 11 Wholesalo pricos of fresh meat exits, both beef and pork, reached tho low levels of fine types of period with tho closo of tho pre-wpreviously used business this week, Armour & Co., for export, piled up in the announced today in a public stnte-merDeef prices, the last to be reUnited States due to the high adjusted, declined to tho lowest levels rate of exchange. From these of the year this week says the statement which continues; . high grade tobaccos we have "Lower prices for livestock which manufactured "111" (ONE-ELEVEhave resulted from declines in feed-stuf- fs CIGARETTES and from execssivo receipts of a new product a quality stock in all markets have had marked influences on tho wholesale selling product made of tobacco never price of all meats, resulting in a level previously used in cigarettes in of prices which are below tho prices this country. that obtained April 1, 1917, and also bolow tho prices that ruled in 1914 in many instances. "Fresh beef carcasses were offered Yto the retail trado at prices that averaged between 14 and 15 cents a pound, a prlco almost as low as In 1914. Light pork loins, the price of feH which is tho index of all fresh pork !Jv cuts, sold for 21 cents as compared price of 22 to 23 with tho pre-wcents. Lard was offered at G cents II a pound under the price of April 1, Guaranteed tgr j .;' OO 1917, which was 20.37 cents. The average price of sweet pickled and which means that If you don't cured pork products was 17 cents like "HI" Cigarettes, you can Ret this morning, that being 3 cents un your money back from the dealer. der tho price in April 1917. "The market value of hides, 14 cents in the aggregate of the ten grades, has dropped 6 cents a pound property was steadily enlarged. The this exemption clause has been a from the normal price that existed vacillation of the United States in- dead letter for thq last ten years. in 1917, and is at this time 1 cent a The Baron argues that the clause pound lower than the price that ob- creased the confidence of those Mexitained in 1912. Subnormal value of cans who controlled the situation. It is against the spirit of Article X of the league covenant, which places an from cattle, of which Is a familiar story, one that, is humiliating episodes which equal obligation upon each member hldos are typical, have had a tendenof the League of Nations in respect cy to hold up tho price of fresh beef all Americans would like to forget. Now Alvaro Obregon becomes pres- of mutual defense against territorial carcasses, and had the market for the ' held reasonably stiff, the ident of Mexico after a revolution aggression1. in which President Carranza' was Finally, he argues that tho peace-obeef meat prices would have effected murdered. Obregon's election was as the Pacific is now maintained by further declines by this time." regular as any election could be in a tho balance of power of Great Britain, mg .surgeons agree that In cases of country whero the bulk of the popula- America and. Japan. If Great Brifcy Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the tion have not the slightest Idea of tain is relieved of her obligation most important. what an election means or how to means of the arbitration treaty tho First Treatment is When an efficient antiseptic is appli- mark a ballot. The country Is phy- equilibrium of power In the Pacific ed promptly, there is no danger of sically at peace for the timo being will be destroyed he, asserts. infection and tho wuond begins to and there seems to be a general feelheal at onco. For "use on man or ing of good will toward the new exbeost.'BOrozoneis tho Ideal Antisep- ecutive. The Mexicans are hopeful tic and Healing Agent. , Buy It now of relief from the long series of outand bo ready fdr an emergency. Price ages perpetrated upon them by graft25c, 50c, '51.00 and$1.50. Sold by ers constituting their government. m Obregon's promises of better govern, Ohio County Drug Co., ment have a ring of sincerity to them, and his character gives some assurEDITORIAL COMJD3XT. ance that he will try to preserve or-d- r. Men who know what they are talkf$3c' 7.c Obregon made his revolutionary ing about say Government shipbuild&5g ing and Government ship operation campaign as a champion of the new have cost tho taxpayers $2,000,000,-00- 0 constitution, which contains an ar"Black-Draugis, In in extravagance, waste, graft and ticle seemingly subversive of land my opinion, the best liver medicine on the market," titles. The foreign Investors In Mexthoft. states Mrs. R. H. White-sidethave 'no ico, including Americans, havo been Most of tho taxpayers Keota.Okla. She standard by which to gain compre- greatly concerned over this article, continues: "l Had a pain since Its strict executon would shake of what $2,000,000,000 in my chest alter eating-tig- ht, hension uncomfortable feemeans: This amount of money is so the integrity of their investments, if lingand this was very great it overwhelms the imagination. not sweep them away. Tho United disagreeable and brought Yet there is ono comparison which States Government has clearly Intion neauuene. i was con mated that it would not recognize may be useful. In bringing home to stipated and knew it was indigestion and inactive everybody tho stupendous cost to tho tho Mexican government If Article liver. 1 began the use of taxpayers of their betrayal by Admin- XXVII were enforced in such a mannight and ner as to destroy titles honestly acistration Incompetents. morning, and it sure is quired. Washington Post. splendid and certainly In Juno, 1917, the first Lberty gives relief." Loan was floated. The Treasury appealed to every patriot In the counWILD PIGEONS IX CALIFORNIA try to help out. Four million five hundred thousand men, women and A California reader takes the PathSome of them finder to task for saying that hunters children subscribed. were poor,-- and their subscriptions have exterminated the wild pigeon In meant for them privations. Others States. There are great subscribed more than they coulfd af- numbers of them in northwstern ford because the Government had to ho says, and great forests that have the money. aro almost impenetrable afford them This first Liberty Loan was for ex- safe retreats. We nqve'r said intenactly $2,000,000,000, or the amount tionally at least that the cpnimon which tho shipping transactions of the wild pigeon had become extinct; it Administration havo cost the taxpay- is the passenger pigeon which onco ers In graft wasto and peculation. was found here In countless numbers For over seventy years Tho men and women who worked but which was ruthlessly slaughtered this purely vegetable and saved to buy the first Liberty by "game hogs" that has been mournoreparatlon has been Loan will have at least an idea of ed by as extinct. As refound beneficial by thouwhat the scoundrels and incompetents ported in these pages a few weeks sands of persons sufferhavo cost them in Government' ship- ago, Massachusetts hunters reported ing from effects of a tor building and operation. New' York finding and positively identifying, a pid, or slow-actiliver. Herald. Indlresfinn. hlllnucnpcc pair of these birds. Pathfinder. colic, coaied tongue, dizThe letter from Secretary Colby to ziness, constipation, bitthe. representative of Mexico, made ter taste, sleeplessness, public .today, precipitates an immedilack of energy, pain in ate and decisive test of the good faith For Infants and Children back, pufflness tinder the of the men who now assume control eyes any or all of these In Us For Years of Mexican affairs. Their, assurances symptoms often indicate have been voluble. Now it is time Always bears that there Is something the for them, to make good by action. The Signature of the matjer with- - your United States thru Secretary Colby liver. You can't be too asks them to put their names to a careful about the meditreaty that will insure tho execution JAPAN AVOUIiD HOLD cine you take. Be sure of the promises so freely given. that the "name, "Thed-ford- 's BRITISH TO TREAT1' Tho history of Mexican-America- n is on the package. At al' relations slnco tho removal of Diaz, Toklo, Dec. 11 Baron Sakamoto, druggists. ten years ago, Is strewn with broken a member of the House of Peers, adpromises and unfaithful acts on tho vocates renewal of the Anglo-JapaneAccept Only part of the Mexicans who controlled alliance and insists on the removthe Genuine. the policy of their country. President al of the clause which exempts Great Wilson was repeatodly victimized by Brltqin from any obligations to JaJ.T3 scoundrels who misrepresented tho pan In the event of a dispute with Mexican peoplo, and tho HsijJjaf, out America. 83&: ?s.Jnxcftt:i;kXibfttf-iTOY.ivrrraged against American poniMs and Baron Sakamoto points out that HiXtYH fmtr. ; scr,?r m..,tj.o ar CERTAIN it. N) FlNALL- try them! t& l ar 1 KvXfctZto f mm liver ht of Black-Draug- Thedford s Cal-forn- ia, bird-love- rs ng I jSe "? CASTOR7A Zic se 0vr30 m m Black-Draugh- t," , mmmwm ff- - V r .., 3. "Jhe Hartford ..SARTFORI) Republican COSITANY j Fnbllshcd Weekly by PRINTING Incorporated W. S. TINSLKY, Kdltor mid Business Mnnngcr. Entored according to law at tlio .Tostofflco, Hartford, Ky., as uall raattor of the second class. Address 'The all communications Hartford Republican. to NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent 1to a now address must give tho old iddrcss in making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c .per line, and 8c por lino for each additional insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for ach head lino and slgnautro, money In advance. Church Notices for services freo, word. Anonymous communications Tecolve no attention. TELEPHONES Tamers Mutual Cumberland ITUDAY but other advertisements, lc per will or approximately $4.00 por. day for ho good days ho works. At this ante tho proceeds of a bushel of cbrn will Just about urchaso four bushels of coal at tho mine, wlillo In 1914 tho same amount of corn would havo purchased twelvo bushels offcoal. So ho Is just eight bushels of coal short of hla allowance, compared with normal times and prices, If things woro nor-min tho year 1914, Tho illustration docs, as n mntotr of fact, embrace tho two most radical extremes, but It serves to illustrate tho inequa lities spoken of, and referred to, above. Farmers must bo nblo to and refuse to sell their products, stop buying, or. suffer great financial loss, no class has been hit as hard ns tho agriculturalist In price slumping. Many of his products, It sold now, Towould not pay for production. day looks gloomy, but tomorrow Is another day and his inning may bo then, or tho next. General prices llko water, must bo near a broad level, and aside from various locks and dams, that otherwise retard, wo may look for the general level within the next few months. nl STRAY STREAKS (By Fluke McFluko.) ill I That Mr. Savngo, who filled tho pulpit at tho Christian Church Sunday morning, didn't 'pear a bit like one. '5 Ernest BIrkhond, tho. Undertaker, says tho Doctors' losses nro his gains, oven it he does havo no take tho ,, Medico's leavings. V A Will, properly prepared, Is a mighty good thing to put 'twlxt law yers, court attaches and. tho direct beneficiaries of dead men's estates. Doc Tappan's got one llttlo book unon which wo don't want him to wrlto our name. He's the Reglotrar of vital statistics, don't you know? and he has to issuo tho burial permit, If It's decently done. THE UNIVERSAL CAR v The Ford One-To- n Truck 12 59 MOONSHINERS IN PIKE TAKEN, REPORT As Hambone mlglit say: When I feel most generous and would llko to contribute to a collection, 99 times out of every hundred the fellow who previously passed with the plato got all ah had an ah's flat .broke. Charllo Carden eold ,hls mill to Georce Johnson some time ago, but he wouldn't turn tho shebang over .to Johnson until he run plum out of mius sawdust and nil tho ncar-u- y closed down for the winter and the makings of feed, got scarce. Alec Porter says when ho gets a bit of money, left with him for somo litigant, or other person whose post- offlco address he does not know, some durned meddlesome guinea always goe3 and reports It to the claimant and then he has to pay-i- t out. , ', 123 .DECEMBER. 17 No one can but deplore conditions as existing in Ireland. Rioting, bloodshed and conflagration seem to be rampant and loose In Erin. And tho appears to bo growing Bltuatlon worse day by day. One has a right to express sympathy.and opinions too, but when efforts to aid appear to bo organized by citizens of this country, In behalf of tho Irish, it strikes us that wo approach very nearly to dangerous territory. Some of these fine days Great Britain Is, with a tolerably good show of right, going to ask and insist that the United States Government put a stop to It in this country. England perhaps realizes that she procrastinated too long in giving the 3rish a fairly generous hand in home but rule and local "bo that as It may, she Is in apposition where she can't let go, the'only thing she pan do Is to attempt to tighten Jier grip. The position of the British Government is pretty much the same as was that of the United States at one time In the Philippines, and, we Tery much doubt If our Government would have stood for as much Interference and meddling from subjects of Great Britain as she has borne and is bearing from our citizens. We sincerely believe that If outsiders were to withdraw altogether, and leave Ireland and Downing Street alone, their troubles might be the easier composed and peace once more reign where the carnival of blood, turmoil and destruction r.ppsars to be supreme. Besides at no distant date present tactics as employed by our citizens, may again embroil the U. S. A., and John Bull In something very much worse than the Irish trouble. It's all right to love, and love strong, to bo for a thing, or against a thing just as fervently as may suit one, but as some one has rather aptlv snld. don't act the "damn fool about It." -- PIkovllle, Ky., Dec. 14. Prohibi tion Agent U. G. McFarland and 11 others in raids covering Knox Creek and adjacent territory on Tug River seventeen Pike County, captured fnoonshlne stills and took forty-tw- o prisoners according to reports reaching here today. Details of the raid have not yet been received. It has been known, however, for some time, that a portion of tho territory raided was a network of stills from the revenue of which many of the citizens were reveling in opulence. Recently L. D. Coleman, who lives in the heart of the wet territory engaged in a shooting affray with the moonshiners, who suspecte'd he had reported them. After several volleys had been exchanged the moonshiners withdrew with several of 'their own number wounded. As a matter of fact we might almost as weH call it a Three-To- n Track, for it veiy rarely carries a smaller sized load, lne owners of the Ford truck take advantage of the high qualities of materials which are known to be put in the Ford car, take advantage of the high quality of Ford workmanship which characterizes Ford cars and they overload to the limit. Well, the Ford truck has never broken down with any of these overloads. It delivers expectations and double expectations, so far as carrying capacity ic concerned, and while that is not fair to the truck, still the owners are satisfied. truck, with its aluminum bronze worm But the Ford one-to- n dn ive, its greater weight and strength or irame ana us lncompura- ble power plan, is without a reasonable competitor in price, in ser- ua mu uwi- vice. in cost ot ODeration. it is tne lowest uricuu nf flciiial eanacitv. No other track on the marke operates so economically and we believe there is no other track that will give as satisfactory and profitable results. Our allotment is limited. Better leave your order without delay. u-uck-p- . r BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY a TEACHER IS FINED S25 FOR PUNISHING PUPIL Harrodsburg, Ky., Dec. 14. Prof. teacher at the Hungate school in the west end of tho county, was fined $25 and costs today for the De.wey Huff, 10-ye- ar Wo don't want to do any thing directly against I. D. Claire, but we do wish to advise Bill Keeno, Frank Wallace, and .those other persons from whom I. D. C. Is attempting to filch chowlng tobacco, that we, the weed and besides we are a homo man while DeCIalre is a nonresident and labors in a foreign field, and for that reason does not, perhaps, have the same personal interest in you and yours that Fluke has, and . that's all I'm gonna say. mn FLAG POLE DOWN llke-wisem- se alleged severe whipping of one of his High winds of Monday" night, blow old pupils, Rufus Devino, the the flag pole In the Court house yard son of Mrs. James Claunch. Profesdown. The pole was somewhat desor Huff is the son of Tilford M. cayed and was broken off at the surHuff, a widely-know- n farmer. It was erected face of the ground. during the war and since then has QUARTERLY CONFERENCE generally bore the Stars and Strlpe3 The first quarterly meeting and conference of the conference year, Hartford Circuit, M. E. Church S., Will be held at the church in Hartford tomorrow afternoon and Sunday, the 17th and 18th. Mr. L. K. May, Pre siding Elder, is to be present and preach Sunday morning at 11 o'clock. aloft. o PUBLIC SALE. i Tho inevitable reduction in wages .has been ushered in, In a considerable number of places throughout the country. Organized Laborers to the number of 70,000 in Chicago have accepted a cut in wages and gone on about their work. Another reduction affectsaid to approximate ing more than 90,000 textile workers has been announced by Massachusetts effective the 20th. Mill Operators, .Reason should alwayo predominate In wage cutting. Employers of labor should see to It, that reductions are In keeping with the downward trend ol tho value of tho product marketed as compared with the general Bcopo of prices and tho purchasing power of tho wage paid, not faster. There is also another sido to the question, that is. the willing accifptance of the wage earner, whether organized' or otherwise, of conditions as now existing and as being brought about. There are. some classes who receive a wage out of all proportion to the Kenoral average, and those of a ne cessity must be adjusted to fast ap proaching conditions, or else the whole wage structure Is to be out of Joint and glaring Inequalities exist. Barring one or two products, which slto not producod to 'any extent, In this section of the country, products of the farm have depreciated in market value since less than a year ago, wo venture at least 100 per cent. That means that farm labor must accept an enormous reduction in wages the prices heretofore paid can not a farmer TMwsibly bo maintained with his team, puts in not less than lour days, hard work, in producing, harvesting and marketing one acre of ' corn, which will, on an averngo, amount to something like 25 bushels, yigur.ing.no rent upon the land, tho farmer, at preeont prices, may reallzo in the neighborhood of $15 to JIC jor tho services of himself and team, 22. 11, at 1 On Saturday December o'clock, p. m., at the residence of the late Wm. F. Acton, Hartford; Ky., I will offer for salo to the highest and best bidder, a lot of lumber, brick, -shingles, farm bell, tools and machinery, carpenter's tools ahd chest he- REFORM SCHOOL LAW IS UPHELD BY COURT sides a lot of other useful articles too numerous to mention. A. C. ACTON! Adm'r. Ky., Dec. 14 The Frankfort, Wm. F. Acton, deceased. Court of Appeals today decided that o which send the counties in this state CLEAR RUN. children to the reform school between the- - ages of 10 and 1C years A horso belonging to Mr. Hardin must pay $100 annually per child t support of Chapman, died one night last week. tho reform school for the Mr. Emmet Park has laid In a nice the children. This statute was passed stock of groceries at tho Murray by tho Legislature In 1914. Judge James W. Lang, county judge of Mc- place, at Clear Run, and is doing a cracken County, refused to pay the good business. Mr. Stlnson Park and wife havo money to the reform school, contending that tho law was unconstitu- moved from tho home of C. E. Park tional for many reasons. Tho court to a farm near Hartford. Mrs. Nola Smith was the guest of today held that the law is constitutional and that tho money must be Mr. and Mrs. "Darb" Smith, from Saturday until Monday. paid. Mnster Henry Trogdon is able to Tho reason for the passage of the. law was that at the tlmo It was passed be in school again, after a week's abtho Board of Prison Commissioners sence on account of a severe case 'of were of tho opinion that many of the tonsllltls. MT. L. L. Trogdon, loaded a car delinquent children sent tp tho reform school would not have been sent there with ties Monday, at Dukehurst. Mr. O. W. Trogdon visited Mr C. if the counties had to pay for their Skagg's, near .Rockport, last Wedneskeep. day night. Mrs. Ula Henning is able to be up ROSINE. again, after a long illness. People here are very busy now "What'll you have, sir? asked the stripping out this year's cfop of towaiter. bacco, regardless of tho low prices, "A "hot grounder" and a couple of Miss Nclli Altord is on the Blck 'foul tips.' replied the big leaguer. list, with mumps, but Is getting along The waiter brought in a baked ponicely. tato and two chicken wings. Mr. Talton Embry's store was broken into one night last week. About & Unwelcome Colloctor Dunn $100 worth qt goods were stolen. Grabbit hayo commissioned me to Tho burglar U still running at large, collect tholr little account. According to the Bible we arta Stony-Brok- e Then I congratucertainly living in the last days, if late you on getting a permanent Jobl you will just notice how people are Passing Show, living, running to and fro, not knowing what they want or where to go. Doesn't It give you a kind of humMlss'Sue Pierce ylsited her broth- ble foellng to meet a girl you used er, Mr. John Pierce, of Beaver Dam, to bo engaged to long ago?" Sunday. "Yop. Always makes me wonder Dr. Willis, of Beaver Dam, is treat- whether her taste1 used to bo as had ing Mr. Frank Llndley's llttlo child as mine was.'" Life. , for bronchial trouble. Tho child is "I hoard the other day, of a man groatly Improved. Mrs. Nancy Keown and Miss Simp- who lives on onions alone." "Well, anyone yho lives on onions son will Boon leave Roslno and go to ought to livo alone." their homo at Cromwell. said report and approved samo with- the next regulnr Jnnunry term, of thl out any changes in tho plan of drain- court. MACK COOK, J. O. C C Mrs. Robert Plummer spent n fow age therein, it is therefore ordered A copy attest: visiting relatives near and adjudged by tho court that said days last week W. C. BLANKENSIIIP, C. O. C C report bo and it is accepted, and it is Beaver Dam. JAMES A. TATE, D. O. of Owensboro, set for final hearing on the 1st day of Mrs. Jno. Carter, hero with relaspent the week-en- d , tives and friends. f Dr. Baird and wlfo of Hartford, guests of their daughter, were the Mrs. Earl TIchenor, Sunday. Miss Dowoy Johnson, of Hartford, guest ot Mrs. S. M. was tho week-en- d Dexter. Mrs. Rolllo Bishop, of Evansville, SECOND TERM OPENS is visiting relatives here. Mrs. S. M. Dexter was in Hartford Monday. Mrs. E. M. Davis visited relatives at Horse Branch, last week. L. T. Riley, of Hartford, was In town, Monday. C. H. Chapman, who was hurt in An accredited High School of the "A" Class. the Mines here a few days ago, is able to walk about on crutches. D. J. Duncan, ot Bowling CTreen, Special course for teachers entering at mid-ter- m and was In town a few days the first of desiring to meet the requirements .of s recent the week. Miss Pansy Mabrey and Floyd Ash-bschool laws. of near this place, were married at the home of tho bride, last Sunday. Teachers' training work preparatory for examinaThese are very popular young people tions. and their many friends wish for them a long and happy life. Rev. H. K. May, the presidllng ElLength of Spring Term 4 months. der of Owensboro, preached at the M. E. Church hero last Tuesday night ' Board and tuition reasonable. and held Quarterly Meeting here last Wednesday. Mrs. Robert Plummer Is spending WARREN PAYTON, Supt, a few days with her daughtor, Mrs. Miss ELIZABETH DAVIDSON, Ethel Robertson, at Moorman. , Myss SALLY HENRI COLEMAN, , A. D. Woodward, of Brlnkley, Ark., arrived hero yesterday, to spend tho Assistants. holidays with friends and relative. Mrs. H. B. Ashby, of Owensboro, Is visiting relatives In town. Mrs. H. L. Tucker, of Central City, visited relatives hero this week. CENTERTOWN. Beaver Dam High School Monday, Jan. 17, 1921 y, I ! BEAVER DAM, KY. MEMORIAL FUND CLASH. The committee authorized to raise a $2000 fund to erect a bronze tablet in Belleau Wood in memory of tho marines who lost their lives there, has been dissolved and an accounting requested. It is claimed that the committee increased the. amount to bo raised to $360,000 for a more ambitious memorial which the Belleau Wood Post did not authorize. LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the Kentucky Light and power Company, Incorporated, is not able to operate under tho burden of high taxes and high prices and that on tho 31st day ot December, 1920, it will discontinue furnishing both light and water, and will dismantle Its plant, and the corporation will bo dissolved. M. L. HEAVRIN, President. ERNEST WOODWARD, Secy. E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mg- r. 13tf September 26, 1920. DITCH NOTICE Ohio County Court, Regular term, 1st day, 6th day of December, 1920, Fred I. Burns, et al., ys. Order. ot ditch. Motion for The final viewers' roport filed. It was submitted to and examined by the Court and found to be in duo form and In accordanco with law, and tho onglneer having examined a DONT FAIL To Visit ,0ur Store When Doing Your x Christmas Shopping We have, a, nice line of Holiday Goods at prices, and everything in our stock is new. carried over from last year. Dolls, Books, Manicure Sets.. Toilet Sets. Ivory Sets, Kodaks and Brownies, Papetferies, Music Rolls, Safety Razors, Mirrors, Military Sets, Shaving Sets, Flashlights, Purses, and other articles too numerous to mention. We call special attention to bur fine Chocolates. ' $1.00 to $8.50 per box. A Eveiy box guaranteed. Beaver Dam Drug Company "The Nyal Store" Beaver Dam, Kentucky. Born December 16 a boy, to Mr. and Mra. Tobo Hoover, named, Berry Itlal. Wiv;- - && Xmas at Fairs i Levi, son of John Acton, (Col.) whllo out hunting' Wednesday, stumbled and In falling Buffered a broken leg. JIr. n. G. Schroater who has bdbn In Illinois for somo months will ar- Reduction Sale are pricing our stock to meet market condtions. During this sale we will offer our customers We - Our store is brim full of both staple and substantial Gifts for the old ones as well as a complete, line of rive hero next week to spend tho with his family. hol-Iday- iJ Toys to tickle the little folks. Bring the children ithat they may enjoy ' the yuletide season. FOR THE CHILDREN w Miss Anna Rao Carson who has been studying music In Louisville for some time, Is expected to arrive home tomorrow, or Sunday. Mr. L. T. Riley has sold his residence to Mr. W. A. Clark, of Sunny-dal- e. Mr. Clark will move Into tho dwelling at an early date; Miss Martha Stephenson, teacher the High School will leave Wednes day, for her homo In La Center, whore sho will spend the holidays. In s an opportunity to buy seasonable and staple mer- chandise, consisting of - FOR THE OLDER ONES CLOAKS COAT SUITS FURS TOWELS HANDKERCHIEFS TOILET SETS CUT GLASS CHINA WASH RAGS SILK SCARFS KNIT GOODS KIDDY CARS DOLLS TRAINS BALLS GUNS PISTOLS BOOKS c WAGONS SLEDS A. B. C. BLOCKS MINERS' Lamps, Carbide, Picks, Handles and other Miners' Supplies. See us when you need anything" in ACTON BROS. this lino. Mrs. J. H. Gray and family, formerly of near town, have moved into tho residence of Hcavrln and Bar-ras- s, vacated by H. B. Mlschko. We aro in the market for your turkeys and other poultry for tho Xmas trade. Best prices possible will be paid. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Mr. Ed Duke and family and Mr. J. A. Westerfleld and family, of Dundee, were guests Sunday of Mr", and Mrs. Joe Westerfleld of this place. 1Irs. Florence Allen returned Monday from Madlsonvllle, where she had been to visit her daughter, Mrs. Roland Jones and Mr. Jones, a few days. County Agent "M. L. McCracken, who went to Lexington Monday to attend a district meeting of Agerfts for this section, will return home today. Miss Mildred Stephenson, ste- Dry Goods, Ladies' and Gents' Ready-to-Wear, Notions and Holiday Goods at a Reduced Price. line of Milli- - , We have an nery to sell at Men's and Boys' Clothing and Sweaters . '. Ladies' Leather Shoes up-to-da- te " L 50 per cent discount ... 20 per cent discount I TRUMPETS BANJOS CHAIRS GAMES, ETC. SILK HOSIERY MEN'S TIES CUFF BUTTONS, Etc. V We can only mention a few of the many things we Rememhave to please both young and grown-upshopping. ber, the time is limited to do your Our goods are moving rapidly. Take our advice, and you will profit by it. Shop now don't delay. We , shall expect you. s. X-m- as 20 per cent discount 20 per cent discount ' 15 cents per yard Calico at 17 cents per yard Hoosier Sheeting at 20 cents per yard Hope Bleached at 10 per cent discount on everything else in the store, except Homy Feed and Groceries. Ready-to-WearJ x TO BUY GOODS AT THESE PRICES YOU MUST PAY CASH OR: PRODUCE. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 1921. jEM$&iGa 4 f The Hartford FRIDAY. nographer wltll Barnes & Smith, will return Sunday to her homo in La Center, to remain until the .first of tho year. COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. Miss Molllo Duncan, of Morgan-fiel- d, who has been visiting Mrs. Maggie Qriffin and other friends in Hartford several days, accompanied by Mrs. Griffin, went to Owensboro Wednesday. Mrs. Griffin will be In Owensboro and Daviess County until after Christmas. Republican .DECEMBER 17 Mr. Rowan Holbrook went Loulsvlllo Wednesday, on business. for Miss Erma Carter, book-keepthe Beaver Dam Planing MJH Co., is spending the week with her aunt, Mrs. Roland Jones and Mr. Jones, of' to Madlsonvllle. er PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. Robert E. "Ward, of Shorley, after spending two weeks with Watch our windows for Xmas disfriends and relatives in the Nocreek plays. 24t2 community, will return the, latter part WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. " of next week. 111., YOUR Will Be Ready for You on . h & wiA Jn s 'I ? V ' t fc S l. Mr. Charles Bell, of Pleasant TAKEN UP as an estray, In my ORDERED TO guest of cornfield, one black mare mulo, ad- GERMANY DESTROY SEIGE GUNS Ridge, wa tho week-en- d your dolls, Mr and Mrs. J. P. Caseblcr. ;Go to ACTON BROS, for judged about 14 years old. Berlin, Dec. 14 Oeneral Nollet, vases etc. ', 2 3 tip F. L. DeHART, head of the Allied Control Commission' Our Saturday's Special, for tomorHartford, Ky. -here, has informed the German v' See tho ad of E. P. Barnes & Bro., row, Palm Olive Soap, 3 cakes for 25c. . Government that its explanations reon page two, this issue. I WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr. and Mrs. Jamos T. Sandefur garding tho disarmament of people's and little son, of Huntington, W. Va guards cannot bo accepted and has Just received Big lot of barrel Christmas candles, apples, oranges, will arrivfl here .next week to spend ordered the Government to direct the W. E. ELLIS & BRO. Salt. bananas, cranberries, celery and mix- tho holidays with Judge and Mrs. 'J. destruction of several selgo guns ed nuts at ACTON BROS. P. Sandefur and family. before pecember 15. He has declar'Wo pay cash every day for eggs and ed these guns wero kept in contraW. E. ELLIS & BRO. poultry. Odds FURNITURE BARGAINS Mr. McDowell A. Fogle left vention of the Versailles Treaty and and ends at prices to plcaso you. for Indianapolis, Ind., where in spite of the reiterated demands of 5' Tho best placo to get tho, best 24t2 WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. ho will remain with his father, Judge tho Allies. at ACTON BROS. Queenswaro-l- s J. E. Foglo and sister, Mrs. T. Br GO TO J. A. TATE'S. Commonwealth's Attorney, C. E. Petrlo, until the first of the year. We havo SALT? Yes, salty salt ' For all kinds of fresh candles, nuts, Smith; is in Owensboro this week.fln 24t2 packit. Tho City Board of Tax Supervisors fruits etc. SPECIAL XMAS attendance of tho Daviess CircSlt ACTON BROS. ages, In Chocolates, Cigars etc., also a has been in session this weok, and Court. f if you did not get a notice of the nice Una of fruit baskets. All other charge' MJrs. N. Belle Cooper Is In For beds, mattresses, springs, ta- meeting it's your own fault. You notions you may desire. of. tho toy department at Fair & Co's. bles, kitchen cabinets, chairs or any- should havo listed your property difstoro this weok and next., ferently. thing in tho furniture lino call on ' ACTON BROS. 24t2 Mr. R. B. Martin and Miss tiarnoi Mr. and Mrs. O. Rt Blackburn and Flener, of Cromwell were' guests Mrs. Lula F. Coppage went to children, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Ward, Tuesday? of Mr, and Mrs. O. C. MarLeltchtlold Sunday, where sho. will f Owensboro, and Mr. and Mra. Clyde ' tin. be the guest of relatives and friends Crabtroe, of Rockport, wero guests ' ' , . Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. E. Crabtree, for ten days. FOR BALE 1 yoke good, heavy of this place. work Cattle. About those star dia.Miss Leila qienn, of the Central L. D. FULKERSON, v Francis, of Linton, Ind., mond rings spent the weekWalter Tappan's Echols, Ky. City High School, end here with her parents, Judge and who has been visiting friends and Jewelry Store. A $50 ring relatives at McIIqnry, several days, Airs. J. S. Glenn. Celery, Cranberries, Oranges', Leand C. H. Blanchard, of McIIenry, has the appearance of a mons, Grape Fruit, Apples etc., at all Whea hungry come lo my place. were visitors at thlsr office Tuesday, $150 ring and a $75 ring, . 242 , times Ch'oice lunches on short notice, while in town. & TAYLOR. WILLIAMS a $200 ring. Then we have something that satisfies. Mr. Ira D. Bean, traveling salesman ARTHUR LEACH. a store full of the most eleMiss Winnlo Wilson spent tho week At Minton's Old Stand. for a clothing concern, has Just comgant line of jewelry suitaend with her sister, Miss Muriel, who pleted tho covering of his territory is teaching the pulillc school at Lower with his spont the week-en- d here ble for ladies and gentleMrs. Z. H. Shultz, who has been and Pojnt. H and relatives In Ow- parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Bean, visiting friends men of any age. to his homo in Louisville. ensboro- during the past few days, is 1 Jewelry is the most apOn straits' of Hartford last LOST expected to return home this weekFriday, a small chain and gold cross. end. acres on 20 LAND FOR SALE preciated gift 'because it Return to this office and receive re Rough River, at the mouth of can be kept a lifetime. gard. fine land, 12, acres in cultiCOME IN and buy your wlfo that Those vho( have come in COOK STOVE or RANGE she has vation, 11 acres across the road from Fresh Groceries, Confectionarles, needed so long. We have a good sup- M. Hcrmon Church, near Beda. See say we have a beautiful Cigars 'and Tobacco at prices you ply of the host the market affords. ,D. F. DANIEL, or W. R. CARSON, snowing and are buying 22t4p will be pleasod with. Route 3 Hartford. ACTON BROS. 21t2 ARTHUR LEACH, fast, so you, had better not At L. Mlnton Stand. Hand pick your pea hay, bring me wait too long or the things Messrs. Lawrence Bunger, L. L. Porter, N. A. Malin, W. E, Ellis, Win. your peas and I will hull them for you want may be gone, Mrs. C, M. Barnett arrived home Lake 'and 0. R. Tinsley, representa- 30 cents per bushel. Bring me your Wednesday evon.lng frqm Owensboro. and Junk and get a and too late to reorder. of Ohio Hides, Furs weeks, tives of tobacco growers where she had beon for two County, were In Owensboro yesterday Pea Huller for $30.00 from . Is J. B. TAPPAN taking treatment. Mrs. Daruett con- to confer with the Daviess County D. L. D. SANDEFUR, recovering hor normal Jeweler and Optician. rapidly 8. Main St. Beaver Dam. Tobacco Marketing Association. i dition. yes-tord- The 22nd In appreciation .of your patronage, we will, beginning on the 22nd inst, give a v 10 Per Cent Cash Dicount ON ALL OUR LINE, EXCEPT FEED I The Girls Have Gone Crazy at en-rou- te And continue this through the holidays until Decemt-b31. After the 31 inst., the prices marked on, our m goods will be iet cash, no discount. On time purchases 6 interest will be charged from date of purchase until paid. We are in close touch with, the market and when there is a decline on our line we will sell you accordingly. Make it a practice to visit our store first, the store of standardized values- - Dor your Xmas shopping here and buy something that fe useful, give Mother that good stove she has bees needing so long, Father that comfortable saddler. Sister that beautiful auto robe, Brother that durable buggy. You will find them here. "With Rapjjy Xmas greeting, and our sincere good wishes for tha coming New Year, we are as ever, at' your command. er ' No-cree- k, J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. Remember we have moved in the brick on the comer,, next to Casebier. 'i M cylinders which aro rapidly rotated. IIORDKAUX SPRAY ADDS Bl I'KIt CKNT TO POTATO CROP When roasted it loses tho artificial coloring nnd Its flavor Is not affectsatls-fynLexington, Ky. December is. A ed. THo reason for tho operation Is REAVER DAM. CIRCUIT COURT. one-fift- h aero plot of potatoes spray- thnt some buyers want yellow coffee Judge R. W. Slack, OwoniboVo. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKennajr. ed with Bordeaux Mixture produced to compete with that of Java, and oth- Com'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, HartOlork R. W. King. ' C3 bushels of spuds, whllo n similar er colors for other brands. ford. Pollco Judge J, W. Cooper, plot which did not receive any spray Tho practice Is said to havo been dork A. C. Porter, Hartford. produced only 41 bushels according Inaugurated by tho Germans, who Master Commissioner R. F. Stevens.Marshal MarOtto C. to tho results which have Jusf. ben bought up cheap coffeo and took It tin, Hartford. FORDSVILLE. obtained In nn experiment at tho Ken- to Germany to bo prepared for tho Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, tucky Agricultural Experiment Sta- trade nnd palmed off as gcnulno length. Ch'm'n, Board W. R. Jones. Hartford. potntoes Mocha etc. As a result of tho war Snakes, declares Mr. Williams, nro tion In spraying first-cro- p 1st Monday in "March 11 days Clerk Olla Cobb. San Francisco, Dec. 11 Thousands tho loast Intelligent of alt reptiles. In with Bordeaux. Tho soil, seed, cul- this Industry llko many others, was Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsalnger. of Chlncso laborers shipped thru the experiments extending over a prlod of tivation nnd spraying of tho plots lost to the Germans. 1st Monctay in May 12 days Civil. j United States to the Cuban planta- 25 yars ho has tried to charm them by wore mado as nearly Identical as posMarshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday In July 13 dsys on every sort of music, from that of a sible wjth the oxceptlon that BorTO STIMULATE POPULATION tions, anil thousands of others now Com'th. and Civil. the way "there from the Orient, face tin whistle to a symphony orchestra. deaux mixture was applied to tho ono 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d MonUay In September a bitter prospect as the result of tho Ho has used as subjects nearly every and not tho other, Tho mixture reFOR PRESENT YEAR. President Mlllerand, hlmsilf the Civil. disturbed sugar market. variety of snake but he has never sulted in a 54 per cent Increase In father of four children, which Is twice 4th Monday In November 1J days Government officials have taken found ono that really responded to production, according to tho results tho size of tho average French family, County Board of Education E. 3. Com'th. and Civil. cognizance of tho situation and nro any kind of music. Tho two plots has been irlade tho president of tho of tho experiment. Howard, S. S. O. C. considering stops that may bo taken COUNTY COURT. wero adjacent to ono another and new soclty for Increasing tile French 4 Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford,. Should Do Qunnintliicd. A medal "des families Meets first Monday in each month. to prevent further aggravation of tho thoso In chargo of tho experiment population. Routo 6. physicians believe that any-on- o stated that the Bordeaux sprayed plot nombreuses" has been instituted for Many situation. The question of JurisdicJudges Mack C6ok. who has n bad cold should bo was much healthier In appearanco the encouragement of larger families. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle. tion Is the crux of the problem, for County Att'y. A. D. Kir.' theso Chnese laborers merely pass completely Isolated to prevent other nnd of bettor color. But it Is feared that It will bo diffiDlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. BlankenBhtp. members of the family nnd associates thru tho United States in bond. , cult to win over the thrifty French Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. from contracting tho disease, as colds PRIZES FOR FOUXDRYMEX. mother until tho cost of living has ?3 Day Is Riches. Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. At short intervals ships arrive at re about as catching as measles. Ono made a decided downward movement. Jnllcr Worth Tlchenor. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Slovens, Boavor Asthing sure tho sooner one rids himThe American Foundrymen's Pacific ports loaded with D. E. Ward. Tnx Commissioner Dam. Chinese who have scraped together self of a cold the less the danger, and sociation, thru some of Its foundry Surveyor C. S. Moxley. TAX STEEP ON GARIJLERS barely enough to pay passage to this you will look a good while before you owners, will award $20,000 In prizes Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. land whero work for all at $3 per find a better medicine than Chambor-laln- 's and medals to the six foundrymen Gamblers in Franco have to pay FISCAL COURT. Cough Remedy to aid you In who havo most benefited tho Industry high for their good luck. In Paris flay an undreamed of wage In their County Board of Examiners: E. S. m with constructive and scientific ad- the city takes 20 per cent as a tax Meets first Tuesday In April and own country might bo secured. But curing a cold. Howard, Mrs. Birdie MIdkltf and vancement. It wns declared that Am- on "unrorseen revenue" and then October. now theso hopeful, cheerful yellow Ira Jonos. rs men are being met on the docks by MARYLAND SOON TO erica Is held back by lack of when tho winner deposits his money 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute, Sopt. 13th HAVE CONSTAHUIiARY and Iron and steel molders, In a bank it Is ngain taxed 15 per Route 3. their own countrymen working their younger generation must cent as a part of his general yearly 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear 17th. way back home as best they can. and that the ' Maryland Is to follow the example bo given education along these lines.. er Dam. And these few who are returning revenue. Tho high tnx is causing EXAMINATIONS tell tales to the new arrivals of star- of Pennsylvania in establishing a more peoplo to put their money In 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons Splendid Cough Medicine. vation, of no work and of thousands state police force. This will consist Common School Diploma Mny 14 six per cent bonds, 4th District G. W. Rowe, Centerat first of about 50 men. They will town. "As I feel that every family should which are tax free. stranded. and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam. be mounted on motorcycl'-- s and will know what a splendid medicine 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Dalze- - and Fordsvllle. m Drop Brings Misery. wilt Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is, I patrol the highways. town. toMay 21 and 22 Couuty Teachers'' CHILE-ROlilVISugar has dropped to a point IN DISPUTE Oth District V7. S. Dean, Dundee. Sugar be placed along the routes so thnt in am only too pleased to relate my exunexpected In Cuba. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). tally May 28 and 29 County Teachers" plantations have been reported forc case of trouble the police can phone perience and only wish that I had Geneva, Dec. 11 A dispute be 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. B. C. Rhoades, Hart Exnmfnotion at Hartford, (Colored). down, ships are lyin,? Idle along and bring help to the scene. mown of Its merits years ago," writes tween Chile and Bolivia in the League 8th District ed to shut ford, Route 6. Juno 18 and 19 County and State In the harbor of Havana, and forty The great Increase in robberies and Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Station, Mo., of Nations Assembly today has raised Chinese, lurd by other crimes In which tho criminals "I give It to my children when they the possibility of the withdrawal of Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle, to fifty thousand HARTFORD. (Whlto). tho high wages, are now moneyless, make use of autos has forced tho show the slightest symptoms of being one country or tho other from the Mayor J. E. Bean. means to croupy, and when I have a cough or Juno 25 and 26 County nnd Stato worklcss and subsisting on what they adoption of more efficient league. J. A. Hovvardi Clerk cold on the lungs a very few doses Teachers' Examination at Hartford, can pick up all this according to protect the public safety. The dsputo aro3e over tho submisPolice Judgo C. M. Crowo. co (Colored). will relieve me, and by taking It for sion of tho assembly of tho Tacna-Arlc- a the stories told by those who have Marshal E. P. Casobler. Sickly children need White's Cream a few days I soon get rid of the Sept. 17 nnd IS County nnd rs' come this far on their return trip. case, which Involves these It, not only destroys the cold." ROCKPORT . ni northern provinces of Chile, taken by Examination at Hartford, "Dut still they come in from the Vermifuge. Chm'n. Board W. G. Her. (Whlto). Orient. Agents for tho sugar plant- worms, if there be any, but it acts as Chllo from Peru In the war between Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato Clerk N. H. Bratcher. ers, so It is understood here, have a strengthening tonic In the stomach OIL FIELD IS OPENED these nations nearly forty years ago, IN EDMONSON COUNTY In which Bolivia also was Involved, Pollco Judges S. L. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford,. traveled thruout China setting forth and bowels. Price 30c per bottle. m Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). the alluring prospect of rlchss in Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. and the Peruvian and Bolivian claims Rapid development of oil opera concerning 11 Cuba, and thousands of Chinese have them. tions In Edmonson County Is expected -- , rushed to tho steamship offices and HAZING STRIKE IS ON AT ANNAPOLIS following the discovery late last week booked passage long In advance, upon TO" BE REPRESENTED ASKS U. S. near the Warren County border of oil which they are now traveling. There has been another outbreak which Is declared to be of higher quaday coaches they traIn first-claWashington, Dec. 11. A resoluvel under bond from San Francisco at the naval academy, and ateo :h tho lity than any other In that part of tion requesting President Wilson to old St. John's naval prepara- the state. to Tampa, Fla., where they are again famous appoint an American representative The well was brought In by tho loaded on shlp3 for Cuba. The win- tory school at Annapolis, over tho custom of hazing. Tho upper class- Lost River OU and Leasing Company to meet with tho League of Nations dows of the coaches are barred, tho commission considering dlsarmnmo FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE doors sealed up and guarded and gov- men insisted that tho freshmen or and tho Rocky Hill Oil and Gas Com- was presented and advpeated In the Unsolved in water for douchei stop? do menial acts and pany, which have acquired extensive n pelric catarrh, ulceration and ernment Inspectors placed in charge "plebes" should today by Senator Walsh, DemRecommended by Lydia E. otherwise bow to them, and when the leases in tho district around Rocky Senate LI of each train. a Bv ocrat, of" Montana. Pinldiam Med. Co. for ten year. authorities interfered there was a vir- Hill. Both aro Illinois concerns, Sealed In Coaches. A healing wonder for naml catarrh, am Finally, after pres- represented in the field by M. S. sore throat and soro eye Economical. An oil stove is set up in each end tual rebellion. PLANING FOR RIG Hm itraonEnanr deaoitna and tftnntcidil nowrr. ' of each car. Tho coolies bring their sure was brought to bear and ssveral Burke, of Decatur, 111. SUBMARINE NAVY Children The companies now havo five rigs' cooking, offenders were expelled, tho strikers ypaJ. TtiPii.iTo3.tCcimDor.Doion.Mm. own rice and do their own r jfi in tho field, and a sixth is being A Safe Old Fashioned each taking his turn at the stove. gave up. France is planning an undersea shipped by barge from tho companies' They also take turns at washing their Remedy for Worms 'BOUT D1S TIME O' YEAH propertes In Pennsylvania. Tho Roc- fleet greater than that formerly Seventy. fiveyenracontin-uodishes and clothing in the one basin Acdreamed of by the Germans ky Hill well was brought In at 250 use is the best of the car. None ever attempts to escording to this program 100 FREY'S VERMIFUGE watah, O it do; feet. cape from the train as they are all Mah mouf it submarines are to bo built can offer you. An' mah lips, dey nuivah too. 30 frightened at the strangeness of tho Keep a bottle always on One reason for the Plan Is the great LOANS TO CHINA APPROVED. 'roun' Battorcako time's hand. It will help keep new country, cost of cruisers, which would now soun' the little ones healthy m Attempts are being made by Chi- Law, man, how Ah laks dat yeah! fro?) dh and happy. Bankers In the United States, call for more than 100,000,000 'Bout dis time o' hero to persuade those nese officials 30cabottleatyourdrursit'aor Great Britain, Franco and Japan have francs apiece; another Is tho efficienKeneial dole; or il your dealer coolies now arriving to return to can't upplyyou.tcndhia name honey tree, mado a formal agreement for a "con- cy with which the Germans used the and 30c in etampa and we'll Succeed when everything else falls. most of them have paid Today Ah fine a China, but end you a bottle promptly. sortium," to aid China financially In underwater typo of craft on French An' Ah knows whero a 'possum be; In nervous prostratioa and female out all their capital for tho one-wa- y L4S. FKEY, BaluWe. Ml. wealcnesse" they are the supremo tho development of her railways and shipping during the war. An' dat ol' turkey gobbler's hald passage, and, as they are undor bond remedy, at thousands have testified. Soon will bo numbah'd 'mong de dald other great public utilities. The govnnd not allowed to stop In the United GERMANY DELIVERS BONDS FOR KIDNEY.LIVER AND ernments of theso countries have fi'Bout dis time o' yeah! j STOMACH TROUBLE States they must continue on to Cuba. nally given their approval. It Is exAn' dat backbone an' cracklln' bread "Word has been sent to China on the jjj it is the best medicine ever sold Securities to the value of 60,000,-000,0pected that aid will best 1 over a druggist's counter. ' conditions in Cuba, but several ship- Man, dey can't no moah bo said, marks have boen delivered servo China's interests. Loans will Dese ol feet o' mine am Itchln' loads of coolies are now understood WILL YOU be of public character; private initia- by tho Gorman government to tho ali to bo on tho ocean bound for San To p'rambulato In do kitchen lies' reparations committee In ac? TAKE tive will bo encouraged. Bout dis time o yeah! Francisco, so that several thousand cordance with the terms of the peace t Kansas City Times, undoubtedly land In Cuba more will treaty. The committee will hold COFFEE PAINTED TO TASTE "before tho movement can bo stopped. as security for Germany's debt. EMPRESS aaaaaaaUaTrBaaaaaaK -- a . mm In Rio do Janerlo there Is a unique STILL IS SERIOUSLY ILL A Treatment Tekk. "Dr. Pierce's Alton Park, Industry, that of painting tho raw "Lottarox was telling mo that he for WEAK havo Lena used a great deal medicines FOR FLETCHER'S Doom, Dec. 7. Telegrams havo coffee of tho country black, blue, has been trying for six months with- in my family with LUNGS or been sent from Doornhouso to tho green or yellow to suit tho tasto of out success to get a passage to Jseo the very best of results. I had a queen of. Sweden and other royal he ultimate consumer. The coloring the battlefields of France." CONSUMPTION "Evidently tho wind has changed. girl that had MUSIC AND SNAKES. families Informing them that Augus materials used are powdered aluta Victoria, the former Gemian Em- minum, graphite, powdered paints, He spent two years trying not to see chronic bronchitis and I never fonnd A quick relict (or that tlted, rundown (cellar, It Is commonly believed that snakes press, still Is In a yory serlpus con- talcum powder and ochre. To bo them, with success." Legion anything that coughi, paint la chcit. nljht aweati. beroor. painted the coffee is put into large subare peculiarly susceptlblo to tho dition, with frequently recurring (hue), weak lungi or consumption. II It dot would give her reBotbalp yoa It coala you nothlat. lief until I began q tle qualities of music, that they may heart attacks. giving her Doctor lock box eie m be charmed or hypnotized by It, as It OHIO MEDICAL CO, COLUMBUB O. Pierce's Golden were. A. S. Williams, director of the TAFFY. Medical Discovery nnd it eave ber Reptllo Study Society of America, more real help than all other mediMiss Lula Hoover died Saturday tells us that there Is no truth whatI have taken cines pot together. ever In this belief, which evidently afternoon, and was burled in Clear Golden Medical Discovery' for grew ou. of practices of tho fakirs of Run Cemetery Sunday afternoon at 3 H was excellent stomach trouble and for this ailment; it pnrlflee one's blood India. p'clock. Bro. Smith held a short and seems to act upon, and build np These men, says Mr. Williams, play burial service at the grave. one's whole system in a good, healthy on a reed whistle, swaying their boMr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk attendstate. ' Golden Medical Discovery ' & a splendid family medicine and I take dies from side to side the while. A ed the funeral of Mrs. J. O, Fulker-o- n MaS. recommending Sleasnre In 1600 Highland it." Ttopdcd cobra or some other variety at St. Paul's Church In Owensboro Avenue, the bast last Friday morning at nine o'clock. of snake raises its head from Pew folks or families now living have Jiet before tho performer nnd sways lrne deceased was a cousin of Mrs. not at sometime or other aied Dr. with the rythm of tho music. The Funk's. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery for snake's action Is to bo attributed to "Tell your mother Several from here attended tho the stomach, liver or blood, Over twenty -- four million bottles of this tho swaying of tho man's body rath- funeral of Everett Shaver, at Hartr FeeLrtght all tho time. Don't lay ofl tonlo and blood Temedy have 'been ' er than to tho music from his pipe, ford, Monday. from work for days by taking calomel i sold by druggists in this country. this reptile authority declares. W. D. Smith, of Hartford, visited when pleasant keeps yotf West Fbahkfobt, Kv. "I can All snakes, he continues, havo de- relatlvos hero last week, on your feet, while reliovingyourtroubt Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets le. Safer too, and easy to take. Dou stato-mecidedly defectlvo vision. The Mary Etheleno, tho infant daughwill stop that cough, Bill. My most highly for they have been used tako anything- - else. You can't afford that the boa constrictor cannot ter of Mr, and Mrs, Roscoe Balrd (s for many years past by my own peopla it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses eys mother gives it to me when I get and by my husband's and later op by sco as far as his own length appears 111, with stomach trouble. tern and relieves constipation. A natmyself. I have never known such a ural remedy, natural in Us actions, bum to bo an exaggeration but careful a cough, and you don't hear me for sluggish mild and effective remedy in its effect ahd certain in results. 1 tests have shown that ho Is able to Ikoy (looking up from his book) liver and constipation as Dr. Pierce's coughing all the time." won't bo loner before will coufwi "Kjf Ilttlo of form or color. Tho Father, what Is dor meaning of Vorsee but Pleasant Pellets." Mb B. Addib completely displace calomel in ever COLDS COO Polsgrove Street. rSSS And Johnnie is right, too." Uaubod, No. thing that Invariably catches his oye tex?" home." Children can take it freely an) THROAT pills are with perfect Baf ety. Every bottlo guarJKJ These little, sugar-coate- d is motion; snakes havo boen known Father, Vy, Ikoy, don't you know? Get a bottle now from your MS., composed of Mavapple, leaves of aloe, anteed. 50c and $1 in bottles.. Non to ho violently startled by the flappDat's der extra cent vat dey chnrgo Kenuino without tho likeness ahd sign! druggist. root of jalapthlnes that Nature grows ing of a window curtain. on movies and ice crgam 'cones. turo of L. K. Grlgsby. For silo by LE BOY. N. Y. in the ground, anu are sow uy urug Tho snnko sways in rhythm with J Sclenco and Invention. gists everywhere. . HPLUMi, fakir's body because It cither fearing that tho thing may harm It g IN "TOUCH" LUCK or believing thnt It may prove a morsel of food. Practically tho samo results have been obtained in experiments with qthor snnkes, both Sugar Slump Costs Thous- with and wlth'out music. Tho hooded cobra Is a particularly good subands of Chinese Jobs ject for this trick because 6f its habit In Cuba. of 'sitting up" about a third of Its BONDED COOLIES tho Hindu acolcs to sec what Is before It, DIRECTORY - 1 Ill-cl- V r tool-make- Call-box- A State-Teache- Every Woman Wanted ss ws jLp Mothers use inflaa-.-matio- -- s J For the use ui teati-moni- al high-power- ed Oectric rccer M 00 Children Cry -- Ask Your Neighbor! CASTORIA faSf yKt OUR GERMINAL REMEDY fX FOR. ONE MONTH M ml 'IP USE LI V-VER-- LAX For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles ol Constipation. Uv-Vt'L- ox '' fr i KEMP'S BALSAM , 1 nt V $ X zJSi&aBk xamnrMml'el'm'ifm j mpi, "hi i ' II... -- ZAfcMrf UtkfK gau FARM DEPARTMENT. Under tho tltlo "Tho Chqstcr County Plan" tho breeders' association of that county, with headquarters nt tho Farm Bureau, 'West Chester, Pa., hns dovolopcd a comprehensive systom of Improvement. In a letter to tho United States Department of Agriculture, William Vnndogrlft, associate county agent, says that a survey of tho live stock has already been undortaken and partly completed. It Includes dairy and beef cattlo, horses, sheep swine, and poultry. Prominent among activities now being undertaken by tho Chester County Llvo .Stock Breeders' Association nre: Banishment of scrub sires. Development of community breeding. k Improved sanitation. k Eradication of diseases. Fostering of tost associations. Encouragement of boys' and girls' clubs. Advertising and sale of live stock. Tho slogan of the movement Is "Bottor Dulls and Boars Build Bigger Dank Balances, " nnd the purposo of tho general plan Is to "put Chester County In tho very forefront of livestock centers thruout the United k breeders of States. Tho Chester County havo been assured of tho support of Stato agricultural officials of tho Orango and of tho U. S. Department of Agriculture. Hvo-stoHvo-stocHvo-stocHvo-stoc- POLITICAL DEBTS OF HARDING FEW Washington, 11. Senator Dec. Harding will have fewer "original Harding men" to reward when he President than most Incoming es tM ' Jlnnhlmtcnt of Scrub Sire Aim Chester Count), ln. of largo knife. Potatoes and turnips should bo fed cooked. The mangel Is on excellent root for feeding raw. Cut clover, soaked In boiling water fed alono or with tho mash, Is good, say poultry specialists of tho United States Department of Agriculture. Clover meal and ground alfalfa mako very good feeds for this purposo. Whero tho fowls nre yarded and not enough green food is furnished by the yards, a small patch of clover, nlfalta or rape may bo sown. Any one of those, It frequently mowed, will furnish a great quantity of green feed In a form relished by tho fowls. Canada field peas may also bo sown for this purpose, and when fed In a tonder, crisp condltl6n are eaten readily. Bye Is a good crop for Into fall and early spring, for It will germinate and grow In very cold weather. As a gen eral thing, fowls should have once a day about all tho green feed they will cat. AVhnt t I executives. Harding will be less embarrassed thru tho payment of political dobts than most newly Inaugurated Presidents. GALLON US fact, we are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In ' Naturally thero will bo hundreds of jobs distributed to organization men thruout tho country, but they would havo been distributed regardless of Theso men wero for therefore they will of the victor' Sidetracked Him. Before tho convention most of the party leaders wore too busy with tho candidacy of Governor Lowden, General Wood and Senator Johnson to take much notice of tho Ohio Senawho had won. tho party first claim thoir shai-- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements,' Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. tor. Even nine members of tho Ohio delegation thought so little of his candidacy that they were making as much noise as possible for General Wood. The stato was split wide open in a bitter fight between Harding and Wood partisans. At that time tho next President of tho United States was, almost lost In tho shuttle His cause was regarded as hopeless by others than the' loyal band of thlrty-nln- o Buckeye delegates, Harry M. Daugherty, his campaign manager, and his assistants, a few friends and a handful of delegates scattered among other states. A' humorous writer. In mnklng up a racing form dope sheet, went so far ns to say odds were 100 to 0 against ct Jf Sero At a Children's Party. Children's parties present special Is Best To 'A problems because they give tho mother tho responsibility tor feeding other people's children. One danger of such occasions that of overeating will be lessened If tho refreshments aro served a such a tlmo as to take the placo of ono of the regular meals of tho day. The same car6 should be taken in selecting foods as in tho caso of the ordinary meats. No hard, tough, rich, or highly seasoned foods should be served,, say llorilenux Increases Yield. Lexington, 3 Dccombor Four food specialists of tho United States sprays of Bordeaux mixturo on n Department of Agriculture, Cocoa or demonstration plot of tomatoes at some other milk drink, fruit, sand- Harding. Idvermore, Ky., during the past sea- wiches, Ice cream or a gelatin desPresident-eleHarding has not son resulted In an Increaso of 59 per sert, plain frosted cake, and simple forgotten condithese candles mako a good bill of faro. cent in the yield. Tho first spray ' tions. was applied when tho plants wore He also has a splendid sense of huin tho field and tho "Cornstalk Poisoning" Due To Vari- mor, and since the convention ho has ous Causes. others camo at approximately often chuckled at the Tho experiment intervals. At this season of the year losses rush to get on the band wagon, was conducted by tho University of of stock that has beon turned to pasTho belated arrivals and that Kentucky Experiment Station and ture on standing cornstalks, after the means almost nil of, them won't those In charge of the demonstration corn has been harvested in tho au- have much standing at the plq counstated that green tomatoes wero still tumn, nro usually reported In large ter. on tho vines at tho end of tho sason numbers. An element of mystery has surrounded tho death of cattle In coughs that resist ordi- d Tho dlieaso is char- - narv. remcdjea reaulre both external these Instances denning Up InKct Pests. lnternai treatment. If you buy Much can bo dono now to reduco acterjzed by a very rapid course. In pre- tho possibility of Insect plagues next fact, vory commonly thoro are no un- - 0 dollar botUe of Ballnrd.8 Horehound Syrup you get the two remedles you summer it a llttlo effort Is directed monitory symptoms, and It ls'not upon visiting tho need townrd tho destruction of Insect shel- - usual for the owners for the price of one. There is a ter areas. Around the grounds and ncld in tho morning to una one or Horrlck's Red Pepper Porous Plaster gardens, under hedges, besldo ditch-- a more fat cattle dead which on the for tho chest, free with each bottlo. SAYS HE BELIEVES apparently in Sold by OHio County Drug Co. m nnd in fence corners aro bunches of previous evening wero or grass. By excellent health. weds IT SAVED HIS LIFE Anothor peculiarity of the dlstass TO PROBE BIG BILL tho time cold weather approaches-manmay occur on one farm OF PEACE DELEGATES kinds of Insocts in tho ndult or is that losses or ono field, while cattle on the adimmature Btages havo taken full admay bo free from the Washington, Doc. 11 Expenditure Contractor Declares Tanlac vantage of theso nooks and hidden joining farm away thoro for tho wlnter.The Bu- affection. Reports of "cornstalk poi- of $1,651,191 by American delegates Has Restored His Health reau of Entomology, United States soning" ore always numerous at this to the peace conference, as shown In After He Almost Gave Up Department of Agriculture, says that time of year. Various investigators the report filed with Congress by discov-e- d attempted to Hope. If theso spots aro cloaned up and the In tho past haveor organism, or dome President Wilson, will be Investigat!P'6Ul.''-.- . " somo germ ed by the Houso of Representatives, Tetuse cut and burned, many of theso cause hibernating Insects will be destroyed toxic substance, which might it was learned today. tho causa "We want to find out, how many and the damage from such pests dur- this condition, b.ut thus far establish- "If It hadn't been for Tanlac I ing tho coming soas6n will bo mater- of tho disease has not been bottles of champagne were paid for don't believe I'd bo alive However, In many of tho cases that out of the $283,560 reported for food, said William F, Keys, 842 Lake St., ially lessened. havo been Investigated, other clrcum hotel and kitchen supplies," said Toledo, Ohio. stances were found which might have "Three years ago my stomach went .Should Trovlde Chickens Tlcnty of b(jen rospon8lblo for tno trouble. Ono Representative John Jacob Rogers, of Massachusetts, chairman of a sub- back on me and other troubles set in. Green Feeds f Mt that catt,Q wh,cn o thesQ g enaffairs. If tho best results nro to bo ob- - haVG been accustomed to altogether committee oftoforeign out how many I had Indigestion and lived almost this find tirely on liquid diet and even "I want talnod with poultry, they must bo fur- dfferont feed often have acute chandeliers were broken and had to disagreed with me. ,Dlzzy, fainting with a plontlful supply of dgeatjon When turned upon corn-gree- n be paid for out of the $125,870 also spells often came on me suddenly, my - Btaikg feed. Where fowls havo unThis may bo caused by payment for damages to kidneys wore out of order and my range on a farm they will so- - eatJng corn left in the fields or by reported as the hotel Grlllon. backJiurt me so bad I could hardly cure grcon toed during tho spring and tn& consumption of cornstalks which cir"I want move. Last year I underwent a during the winter It nB(1 boon frosted before maturity, cumstances to know uhder what summer, but any chandeliers or other gainful operation but that left me in i must bo supplied for thom. There remains also tho possibility of equipment was broken and at a weaker condition than (ever. I question of how to supply tho some posonoU8 principles In certain hotel Tho how early an hour in tho .morning." began to fall off In weight and during best, feed at tho least cost Is ono that of th0 gucs, i,ut such a prlncple has the, past six months I have been unmust decide not yot been demonstrated, each, poultry keeper Wheezing in the lungs Indicates able to attend to my business hardly for himsolf. It will probably mako A pocunarity of. stalk feeding Is that phlegm Is obstructing tho air at all. but llttlo difference what kind of that rcgrnatalk disease" almost novor passages. Ballard's4 Horehound Syra well, strong "But I am green feed Is supplied provided It Is jgygjopg from cut and cured stalks', up loosens the phlegm so that it and healthy man and Tanlac is the "relished by tho fowls. Cabbage, tur- to prevent losses It can be coughed up and ejected. Therefore of it all. I have 'gained sixnips,, beets, potatoes, etc., are sulta- - woum be safer to cut and cure tho Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. .causepounds in weight and I feel as teen purpose. Tho larger Btalks beforo feeding, although it is Sold by Ohio County Drug Co, bio 'for this m fine as I over did in my life. My roots and the cabbage may be sus- - reauze(j that for many farmers this appette can't be beat and I can eat impracticable. In pended by means of a wire or string motn0(i ja well-nig- h JEWS TO AID PALESTINE anything and digest it perfectly. My or they may bo placed on tho floor, th(J iator case the cattle should be kidneys are In good condition ami my In which caso It would be woll to split permittod to remain in the stalk field The Zionist organization has just back never hurts me at all, I never tho turnips or beets lengthwise with a tor only nn bour or s0 tho first day held its 23rd annual convention at have dizzy fainting spells any more ."land a. llttlo longer each succeeding Buffalo. ' It was decided to enlist and I can attend to my business as day until they become used to the all the Jews in a movement to 'give well as J over could." help which will make a free Pales- HEALTH RESTORED iieea. Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. It is always a good plan to furnish tine possibly and will give the Jews ,n Beayer Dam fc R T - their rlffhtful nlace amonr the na - l "My horso was in such run down a varied diet, and tho practice of cerTaylor, Jr.; and in McHenry by S. condltlon, I thought ho would dlo. tain farmers dally to feed such nnl- - tions of the world." Sir Herbert J. Tichenor. Advertisement. of After feeding him Dr. LeQear's Stock mais also a fair amount of bright, Samuel, the high commissioner well-a- s Is thought well of. ,has Issued regulations, deover and Palestine hay d Powders, ho is ns TEACnEIIS IX LABOR UNIONS cornstalk disease signed to develop the cities and rural is now as good looking a horso nsi Tho of .Palestine on a sound baC. Husto, should not be confused with districts there Is in this section." J. ' lng from eating sorghum. The teachers' unions havo Just held Deaths sis. "Booms" and money-makin- g Baths. Va. a conference In New York. Action Drf LeQear's Stock Powders build among stock from eating sorghum schemes will be discouraged. was taken urging that all teachers pol- up tho 'body, vitality and muscular have been traced to prusslc-acl- d PRIZE GORMANDIZER should ally themselves with organizmules, soiling. Under certain condition? of energy of your horses and se- ed labor. As the Federation of La- Insure more meat with less feed, from growth sorghum has resulted in Chlcago boasts of tho champion hu-- 1 bor took the Democratic side in tho help ri0us losses of cattle. vour hogs, sheep and cattlo, and man bog of the world. His Immortal recent campaign, it Is Intended that your cows to produce more nnu ncn- .. I name is John Bongo; and if a meal tho teachers shall get Into politics n w ""J" . X'n..u IfAnloQ uo rou iu" or milk. jf you do not enjoy your meais that would bo sufficient for a dozen and make their influence f'.lt on that expenditure sa- Mr, Huste's small ., nrtn nt n horse. Dr. Le- - vnur dlcestlon Is faulty. Eat moder- - harvest hands is placed before him, side. .i a masticate mngol he ravenously devours every Oenr can also help you. For 28 ately, especially of meats, POItTItAJT 2000'YEAKS OLD and vnur fnmi thoroughly. Let five hours morsel of it. At a recent luncheon Rnrcoon nto 27 feet of pork sausage, five Expert Poultry Breeder ho has dovot- - 0inpso between meals and take ono of, he Among tho collection of clay tabof chamberlain's Tablets immediately j Pounds of raw beefstako, three eggs cd himself to tho compounding herring and lets from Babylonia1 belonging to the of stock and n(flr supper and you will soon find with shells on, four dried Tomedies for ailments m ono gallon of, beer (homo brew.)' He University of Pennsylvania museum poultry. Whonovor you havo an all- - your meals to bo a real pleasure. must havo cleandd out the place tor has been discovered n clay "postage or pounry ( 'ment among your stock whon ho had finished he buttoned up stamp," which also sorved as a soal get the proper Dr. LeQear Remedy, his coat and said: "Well, I guess I'll for a registered package dated about musl satisfy :from your Dealer, y It FOR FLETCHER'S go down town and got a llttlo some2300 B. C, Tho portrait Is of xyou, or your money will be lofundcd. tho last king of Ur, known to thing to eat." Advertisement. BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I2T STOCK. If You $ have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. ed two-Ave- ok last-minu- te Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED DeoD-seate- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY MntnHttH Bible students'as Ur of the Chaldees. It is said to bo the result of rolling an engraved cylinder over soft clay and it is as clear and distinct as whon it was made. The. features are well defined and show tho king smooth shaven. It is regarded as valuable in that It gives a clue to the personal appearance of the Sumerlans, who were not a Semetic race. The package on which it originally appeared, it is uhought, contained gold and was sent by the high priest of the temple of Ur, in which Abraham later worshiped, to a banker named Shulpae. COURT HITS PAWXBROKCC When congress passed a law excluding pawnbrokers from tho District of Columbia, some of them tried the trick of taking their victims Just across the Potomac Into Virginia, where the transaction was carried out. It has taken seven years to fight the case through, and now tho supreme court has held that tho pawnbrokers can't cheat tho law in this way. by-aut- d insect-sholtorl- y o UNIONS GLOVE FACTORY. ' ', to-da- ed Heartburn is a symptom of indigestion. Take a dose of HERBINE in such cases. The pain disappears Instantly. The bowels operate speedily and you feel fine, vigorous and cheerful. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Co. The Chicago glovemaker's unions'-hav- e Just started up a glove factory this being the first venture of tho sort in this country. Enough money to start tho factory was supplied by the unions and the sale of stock shares. over-limit- ed gHajM, ' (Jet f.nntentftlSr'luidPiaoi! CASTORIA For Infants and Children. TTt iTTTiTTC to-d- ay Mothers Know That wm ll.!llll "'" Genuine Castoria GENT. PER AiXf.fnt.iPrMvvation&rAs I SiliSi r,rfinpMdRcstCMtafe! neither Oplam,Morphlncnor Mineral. NoTguwuv . r.:i:AthVood bvEcllUV Always Bears the J vJiT In iWnllnliDtecSUaa Signature of well-cure- BonmesanuWBa JatfbnSi Aocbllt Salti ed polson-Rocklnbrld- go CtmfllSiqr f Ifv - iVL.2 .'-- rcsullmiiacrcftwnW1 focSlmncStfaatureo 5ftfia2ssn ""VSUSEP i i.(r.itT?iMiiedvfor Use For Over ..-- ti. ir,in,v :fD aC"F tity Thirty Years uo ".! 'SS'ow MffiflACTflDIA Copy Of Wrapped. dkildr'en Ory CASTOR A IbJ-Sl- n, Et TmcNTuneoMMr. mwTomcrtr. WIW8 WWtPU 00 1 HHL J &Z'' . Join The Eager Xmas Throng JHOBIirr'V.Lirft'r0MeiWrdHovr-- ' aw . Y - JZMU&Z''SS Who throng the store where the best stock of Christmas Goods are to be found in town making ready for a great Christmas. Our stock in Ivory Goods is complete Mirrors, Nail Files, Puff Boxes, Hair Receivers, Hair, Hat and Cloth Bmshes, Box and Roll-u- p Manicure Sets from $1.50 to $15.00. Comb. Brush and Mirror Sets frnm S58.BO to 21.00. Shavinff Sets $1.50 to $2.50. Shavinrr Mum. ftiiraratta rinses. Xmas Cards. andeals, Xmas Books for old and young. Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Polls the best assortment in town. Rocking HorsesV&irts and Animal Toys in ' .. abundance. '$ Our Christmas assortment of TOILET ."fyAERS AND PERFUMES in all the superior odors, was never more com plete. We are headquarters for BOX PAPERS at prices from 15 cents to $5.00. "" We have a complete line of a' ." " , v v y n m QwMmJv vSPrf Columbia Graf onolas Records T. fn and m V Ji China. subject to your insnection. Call and hsiw thom r1nmrmefvof,i We have many other appropriate Xmas gifts' too numerous to mention. Our prices are all right We invite yopr inspection and patronage.. The largest and most complete line of Dolls ever exhibited in this market, from 5c to $8.00. Rubber Dolls and Toys in large numbers. Perculators and Silverware a large assortment. The most complete Toy assortment ever brought to town. Sleeping Dolls, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported, Japanese, d ' Hand-painte- THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) HARTFORD, mmwsm FORESTALL PLOT TO ... , - KENTUCKY No. 2, page 469, Ohio County Court UlerK'S Office. JSJLL CJUJNS IAIN TINE , T3Ta--o Greeks With Bombs Arrested; JSarmcr King May Abdi- cate, Is Report. Dec. 14 Two Greeks T7Jns passports for Lucerne and in TStxizxssion of bombs have been 3x1 Lilian, says a dispatch to fib SJrian. It is believed in the ' Italian city, the dispatch says, the fcad plotted to attempt to assas- 3OTit.-- former King Constantino of Greece. CnastanUne will not,jamain long on the Throne of Greece, say Geneva to. newspapers of this city. Rub correspondents declare they this information from a "per- scuase closely connected with Con- asuttirie." He Is quoted as saylug tlnSartnr a brief Interval Constantino W2I abdicate in favor of Prince George, Duko of Sparta la taking this course, Constantine - ! sorted. Trill give the impresatoa that ho Is acting in accordance i Rcttb iMs own wishes and not to those of the Allies. This ciircJikm was reached upon represen-taKan- a. from Deraetrlos Rballls, the Promler, who Is said to havo Eolated out that' Greece would be In I craical situation If opposed by the ""FatIs, car- ctl , I ' ara W C. Blankenshlp, et al., Plaintiffs. vs: Notice of Sale. W. R Chlnn, et al , Defendants. By virtue of a judgment and order of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, in the above styled action at the term, 1920, of said court, Ohio Circuit Court. Have purchased "Minton's Restau- Novomber me Mao Reid, Admrx. etc., Plaintiff, directing as Master Commissionrant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris' er to sell tho hereinafter described vs. Notice of sale. Garage. Will serve hot lunches at property for the purpose of paying Armllda Reid, et al., Defendants. this action and cost of this ?d frder a hours. Nlco line fresh groceries. tho cost ofdividing sale, and the balance of the Your be appreciated. proceeds among the parties entitled US ARTHUR LEACH. November 1920 term, directing mo as 20tr thereto, except out of the interest of Master Commissioner to sell the here- -' Alverda Brown he will pay to W. C. MISTOU COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Blankenshlp the sum of $300.00, It daerfbed P said Interest is sufficient, It not, he o vv iiiuuuvuuueoo ui i i j vsw w& will pay to the said Blankenshlp the tne aeienaant, J. is. Helton, amount- 'Ohio Circuit Court. ing to $2500.00, with interest there Q. B. Brown, Administrator, etc., interest of said Brown In said proon at the rate of 6 per annum from Plaintiff. ceeds, and out of the nterest of Chas. September 20, 1919, until paid, and vs. Judgment and Order of Sale. Wm. Chlnn, and Raleigh Chlnn, he will pay to W. C Blenkenshlp the the payment of the costs of this ac Malcom Wise, et al., Defendant. tion and the cost of this sale, and By virtue of a Judgment and order sum of $100.00, it they have that dividing the balance of the proceeds, of sale entered In the above styled much interest, if not, be will pay to any. between the plaintiff, Mao actlon at tne November term, 1920, said Blankenshlp apy Interest said d andjhlh.e 5G'e"lan'' AI"jla ' J the Ohio Circuit Court, directing Chas. Wm. Chlnn and Raleigh Chlnn , me as Master Commissioner of tho may havo In said proceeds, I will ofsrwfcT'owors. herein, I will offer for sale at public said Court to sell fer for sale at public outcry to tho In an Interview with newspaper ! outcry to the highest and best bidder described property forthe hereinafter highest and best bidder at the Court the purpose of House door In Hartford, Ky., on MoncoTTcBBondBnts at Lucorna vesterdav at tho Court House door in Hartford. day, January 3 1921, (It being the LU57. . ffiVof vfill Stmuantlno declared he would not I first day of the regular term of the ot administration together with Ohio County Court), at one o'clock ahOrcitc Jn favor of Crown Prince term of the Ohio County Court, at cost Oemj;e, adding he had "never had ' about the hour of pno o'clock p.'m., ! tn0 cost of thQ 8ald action and sale, I p. in., upon a credit of six and twelve oner lor umo m immic ouicry, months the following described real unon a credit of six and twelve i " smr each lntenltou." months the following described real ! t0 the highest and best bidder, at tho estate situated and being In Beaver estate, situated In Ohio County, Ken- - Court House door Jn Hartford. Ky Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky, togethon Monday. January 3rd, 1921, it er with the improvements thereon, JDENTAL NOTICE. tucky, and bounded as follows: On tho waters of Green River, bo- - being the first day of the regular and bounded as follows: ginning at a stone on bank of thor- - January term of the Ohio County One lot of ground in Beavor Dam, "Now ls"ho time to have your Den-m oughfare, Logan Stevens' corner; ' Court at about the hour of one Ohio County, Ky conveyed to tho work attended to. Winter is com-2- d thence down the thoroughfare as It o'clock, p. m., upon a credit of six party of the first part by. L. T. Bar with rain and snow which makes meanders to Barbara Shultz Elliott's and twelve months time, the follow- - nard, deed of record In deed book 3, Page 106, Ohio with uM teeth ache and abscess. Abscess-a-S cojher; thence a. && same and Wash ...g aescrlped real estnte. J"'ng nnt ana uounaea asCounty Clerk's office,. urpwns jn. z poies to uiy u. being in Ohio County, Ky., and uegtnning ioiiows: dangor-tsa-s 2&etb or "Gum BolU" are Pirtle's corner, a stone, thence with bounded as follows: ,at a Btako on the Hartford road, run- Yo-are continually swallowing Iieruno iN. 7J E. U4.& POIOS to astone ning thence with said road 50 feet to "nfilnir n smnll Int with tho tin. xSils 3udly irolsoned pus. Each another of Lly B. Pirtle's corners, al-- 1 provements thoreon In McHenry, Ky., a stake; thenco running back 'oast so Clarence Pirtle's corner: thence anu ueginmng at me iNoruieasi cor same width 170 feet to an aljey, It EKJOlMril'CI food carries this infection heing lot No. 5 in Block C. of I. P with Clarenco Pirtle's lino N. 65 E CO ner tsUo the It Lowers vital!-ti- g poles to Logan Stevens' corner, a road of the intersection of the countv m8J am' and Jano St.. thence east with ' UB?ara pMX be required to "which Invites cancer of the stone; thenco with his line S. 85.5 the lfi foot to JJ!i ! execute Purchaser thJ innV ? poles to the beginning, containing 49-- lj honds immediately after sale mnfii, "throat and stomach, mA with security to bo approved by the acres more or less. ?nrnor to wJU Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, thenco nn,nrnls.nnV nnVnMn i.. ir nnd Also another tract or parcel of land wth ?? 2nTlux7:a, Typhoid, Brlghts Disease, ,and described as follows: 'twelve months, boarlng Interest af !10". u , f.?,t ..,.. imura ,v0ai iobi per annum, to havo Lying and being In Ohio County, rata of 6 hvaruiftlim, Anoomla and even death to a stake in the oast lino of Jano the firvvjuBntly results from continually Ky., and being a part qf tho land own- Strott; thenco south with said streot the force and effect of a Judgment. A Hen will be retained on the land ed by L. R, Stovons nud bounded as scnOhiwlug pus. 174 24 feet to tho beginning, E0ld heroin to furthor securo tho pay- follows: A. mouth containing decayed teoth Beginning at a stone In Clarence contalulng one, half acre; being a part mnt of said bonds. convoyed Given under my hand, ttn TirfiMniuiustnlinratorv. which sends I'irtlo's line, running thence S. 10 E. J of n tract of land Iron Co., to tho day of December, 1920. this tho 13th by tho and hank Central Coal and b.two dfSJfetcrla into the elementary I ? aftoat nJr! OTTO C. MATIN, M. C, Render Coal Co.," by deed dated Sept. ' thoroughfaro; thenco Thoy multiply .rnpidly thus as u u,oandors to a hollowdown same I 21st, 1861 and recorded In deed book CteMtf M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. sycamore, I Emerson Stevens' corner; thenco with a Stone m noles "ne Pirtle's line: thenco with said line N. 65 E. 20 poles to the beginning, containing 14 acres, more or less. Being the same land conveyed to the decedent, W. D. Reid, by L. R. Stevens and wife, Imo Stevens, by deed dated September 6, 1019, and of rcord in the Ohio County Clerk's office in deed book 58, page 276. The purchaser wJU be .required to execute bonds immediately after sale with security to .be approved by the commissioner, payable in six and PHOTOGRAPHY. twelve months, bearing Interest at the per annum, to have the rate of 6 force and I will be at my home in Hartford, lien will beeffect of a judgment. A retained on the land sold December 22nd to Jan. 5th. Will be herein to further secure the payment Glad to do naythlng I can for you in of saia Donas, Given under my hand this tho 13th my line of work. day of December, 1920. Yours truly, OTTO C. MARTIN, M C. EMORY SCHROETER. M. L. Heavrin Attorney. c : RESTAURANT MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. gain access to the lymphatic system and are carried to the distant orcans. ; bleeding gums give 77. I1 ." Sott spongy and ,," warning of approaching abscesses. Lady Attendent. Yours respectfully, DR. CHARLES R. LAYTON, Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky Of ice opens 8:30 a. m., closes 4 m.. promptly. 'V V - The purchaser will be required to execute bonds immediately after sale with security to be approved by tho Commissioner, payable in two equal installments and bearing interest at per annum, to have tho rate of 6 tho force and effect of a judgment and a Hen will be retained on the land sold to further secure the payment of the purchasp price. Given under my hand ,as Master Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Court, this tho 15th day of December, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. Woodward and Kirk, Attys. MASTER COTDnSSIONER'S SALE. x &1 LJB!r!m i ' '' - 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. 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