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HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Intrinsic worth of the presents given thoso commonly .classed ns the o poorest of tho communty. Wo that each of tho churches have committees to sco that nono aro to bo left out, but that all, dependent upon tho seniors and those who havo, for a display of tho spirit of him whoso coming7 wo commomorato aro not to Don't disappoint bo disappointed. tho llttlo ones, especially thoso classed as tho helpless, of which wo have ' .. but few. pre-sum- Subscription $1.50 per Year NUMBER 26 FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1920. sources. INTEREST IN OIL FIELD REVIVING OHIO COUNTY CLUB SENIORS ; -- ON COAL PROFITS ENTERTAINS "High-Ups" Charged With Scooping Millions In Deals. ) Howard Oil Well No. 2, Shot Interesting Meeting Well Attended, Good Talks With Apparent Good EfWere Made. fect, it is saidy Tho Ohio County Club of tho UnHoward well, No 2, In the group Washington, Dec 21. Exposures m past of 'town, owned by capitalists iversity of Kentucky, gave a dinner nt implicating a ring of government ofCOUNTY AGENT ASSISTANT headed by"T. H. Rallsback, of East tho Commercial Hotel, Wednesday ficials In bituminous coal deals in evening Jn honor of the Senior classes which thoy nro charccd 'with having lato farm su- Mollne, 111., being, locally managed Mr. R. B. Mclnteer, was shot lato of the Fordsvllle, B$aver Dam, Mc- ln- -i pervisor of Camp Danlol Boone, has by II .T., Holbrook, niailo onormous profits .mounting Tuesday afternoon, with seemingly Henry and Hartford High Schools. to tho millions wore mndo today boon assigned to Ohio County ns as- of tho .l.lnn, in Hnnnfv Afnnt. M. L,. Me- - EO0U eilCCl. This particular well ' President Howard presided at the tho Caldcr committee " Senato which began nn Investigation Crackon. Mr. Jlclnteor will nssjstjwns drilled In some ten years ago occasion, outlining briefly the alms m " of the blub and urging the of coal profiteering in tho effort to Mr. McCracken' In various sorts of nu nu uee" i'"""" "i of tho faculties of tho High rcsponslbllty for"tho provallng ways and is to tako cntiro charge of eight months ago when a chango In th management took place. The well Schools, tho Boards of Education and high prices. Junior club activities, which ought persons affiliated with the Tho revelations wero mado by to prove of very great valuo In stimu- had never been shot nor cleaned out all other since it was drilled In, although then schools. George II. ,Cushlng, manager-directlating tho boys and girls to better Forest P. Bell, of Buford, a senior of tho American Wholesale Associa things and tholr acquiring early In had not been any noticeable depreciation In the flow or amount of oil at the University this year, mado an tion, a wltnoss boforo tho committee? lift, a knowledge of lnestlmablo valuo pumped. It is confidently expected excellent talk showing that tho high Cuslng gavo to tho conVmlttoe, In to tho whole community. schools wero not putting forth the secret, tho names of two government Mr. Mclnteer will bo Joined hero that tho well, since It has been shot, school was connected by his wlfo and child as soon as a wilf produce somothlng like 40 bar- effort to get Hie common officials, ono of whom Is graduates into high school that they with the railroad administration and residence is found In which to re- rels of oil. Interest in this field picking up and it is expected that should. tho othor an army officer, whom ho side. Supt. E. S. Howard urged new wells will bo put down at an accused of usngnc llflfd and the consolidation of tho early date. usng their positions to accused of mm schools as the best method of getting HARTFORD B. B. TEAMS reap exorbitant profits on purchases . HOY MAKE GOOD SHOWING OHIO COUXTYSUCCEEDS IN WEST results. of coal. Principals Belt, of fordsvllle, Pey-'to- n, Tool Organized. ofvDeaver Dam, MItchel, of "MCushlng's admission of tho part Hoys Loso to Clarkson, Defeat Green- Eugene P. Neal, an Ohio County cHenry and Bruner, of Hartford, made llk, While Girls Drop Good played by government officials In tho boy, who went west a few- - years ago short talks in which they promised Giimo To Each. profiteering gamo fell upon tho comfrom Hartford, and a son of tho late their enthusiastic support to the mittee with dram I tic suddenness.v E. P. Neal, formerally an attorney movement started. Cushlng had furnished tho commltteo County Agent McCracken made the MORROW CONFERS Tho ClarKson High School Basket nore has won honors In tho new state with information to tho effect that a Ball teams, boys and girls, stormed 0j nja adoption, that of Oklahoma, by closing talk of tho evening in which WITH W. G. HARDING group of government officials iiad or- tho forts of Hartford High, Thurs-ji,0n- g admitted by the Supreme Court he demonstrated tho smoothness of ganized a pool for engineering big day, tho 16th, nnd succeeded ln'0f Oklahoma to practice law in the the English language. He outlined deals In coal. He gavo tho namo of scaling tho top in both battles. Btat0 0j Oklahoma. Ho with his some of the problems to be faced in World Pence Discussed But Details Unrevcnlcd, Senator Poln- a forihcr official of tho railroad ad- While both games were as fast as mother and other relatives moved to the county, and in closing commended dcxtcr Also Calls. ministration who left tho employ of ever witnessed on tho local court and Tulsa, Oklahoma, somo ten years ago the club fcr its efforts. government three months ago and as full of thrlllsW tho avorago fan where thoy now reside. Mr. Neal present time there are apAt the tho Marion, O.Dec. 21 The world an army officer also. could reasonably ask for, or expect. will ongago In tho practice of law in proximately 8000 studonts in the Cushlng said that the officials did Tho teams appeared to bo well match that thriving city of the west. schools of tho county and only about peaco situation and various domestic ,not profit at government expense. ed, with Hartford showing a shade We predict for Mr. Neal the highest 300. of this number are in the high "ssues wero discussed by PresidentJ3ut that they wore in a position by tho best work, in the boys' gamer In of honors In his chosen profession. schools: ' Forty boys and girls are elect Harding today, with Senator virtue of tholr connection with tho so far as floor work was concerned, His many frlondtf In his old home graduating from the high schools this Miles Polndexter, of Washington ,a xovernmont to know that enormous yet tho othor, or' visiting, teams county will bo glad to loam of his year and if past history repeats itself Republican irreconcilable In the treaprofits could bo mado In coal, and. in ono department, and by that success. thero will bo somo four or five enter ty fight, and with Gov. Edwin P. college. Morrow, of Kentucky. they went Into tho business "on tho talo tho losses to Clarkson is told: Something 13 wrong somewhere. Neither of the callers who came fi.de." Ho said that on ono deal that Thoso solected to cage tho leather on GUY SrRANKLE. MRS. This county Is ono of the ranking here at Mr. Harding's invitation ho knew of in which 450,000 tons froo throws for each of the local, wore involved tho officials had made teams hit most everything but the Mrs. Guy Spranklo died December counties of the stato In natural re- would talk about the details of their a profit of $1.50 a ton. netted circle. TImo after time tho 13th, at her homo In Danville, 111., sources and lies in the heart of the conferences, but both said they beOn ono occasion, Cushlng testified, opportunity to win was lost In this fpjlbwlng an operation for cancer of best farming land In the country. To lieved he was working along hopeho was approached by an official of manner. Tho selected tossers were tho stomach. Tho remains were take full advantage of these things ful lines In his efforts to formulate an this group seeking 400,000 tons, who simply "off feed" and couldn't get burled on tho 15th., In" Spring Hill which God has given us every per- association of nations. son should bo working to his or her offered him a commission of 25 cents going. A change, oven for a few Cemetery, of that place. Senator Polndexter also took oca ton It ho could fill the order. trials, might have worked wonders was formerly Miss capacity and this calls for-- a better casion to urgo tho selection of a WestMrs. Spranklor ern man as secretary of tho Interior, Senator Calder, chairman of tho and registered two wins whereas it Cora McCoy, a sister of Mr. J. P. Mc- education. subcommittee, said that tho former was two the other way, but with that Coy, who resides near Hartford. Wo have good schools in the coun- suggesting that the appointment ty and a stato University at Lexing- might well bo given to Govornor-efec- t, . official of tho railroad administra- failure to shift, the games woro closo, as tho girls, ton maintained largely by the taxtion whom Cushlng named In his dis- even to Joseph M. Dixon, of Montana. SHTH. MIDRIFF payers money. Every boy and girl of closures would be summoned before lost to Clarkson by the score of 14 to Another caller during tho day was , 17 while tho other affair wont to tho tho commltteo at onco. Mr. Ervin Smith and Miss Vera school age should be in some ono of William Butterworth, ofj Mollne, 111., "Alarmed users of coal,' ho said, visitors by 28 to 27. At tho end of Mldklff were married at tho home of these schools. . vice president of the Chamber of gavo tho wholesalers commissions to tho first period the score stood 11 to County Judge Mack Cook, Saturday The Ohio County Club was organ- Commerce of the United States, "who go out and buy coal for tlrom and 10 In favor of Clarkson and as it end tho 18th. The bride is a daughter ized at thei University wjth a view of talked about business conditions. He then sent their own purchasing agents ed by just that margin, with first ono of W. P. MldklfL formerly Jailer of Interesting high school, graduates In asked especially that tho Department Into tho fields to compote with them. teama.and then tho other In the lead Ohio County and tho bridegroom Is a going higher and of Interesting the of Commerce be placed under the suContracts' upon which they relied by onlya point or two, you may know son of County Alms Commissioner, high school faculties in doubling and pervision of a secretary willing to ' were set asldo by assigned car orders, that It was hard fought. with tho nation's business The Club Charlie Smith. Each of tho contract- trebling their attendence, priorities and tho liko, until no purEach of the local teams made a ing parties aro popular with tholr ac- respectfully solicits the help and as- interests. pilgrimage to Greenville Saturday, quaintances and have the best wishes sistance of every person In the counchase of coal was dependable." Late in the afternoon"Senator and ty and announces It sabsolute readi- Mrs.. Harding motored to Westervlllo, To quiet tho buyers, Cushlng to play tho High School teams of that of a largo number of friends. ness nnd desire to In overy O., sixty miles away, to take dinner that botwoon April and July placowh!ch resulted In victory for lih3 organization Issued repeated state- tho Hartford boys by the score of 24 waposslble, to the end that the with Mrs., Mary E. Lee, an old friend. RESIDENCE DESTROYED may Senator-eleHigh- - schools and University and Mrs. Willis nd ments saying that tho coal supply to 13, while tho girls dropped tholr accomplish that for which they were members of the Columbus Republican was sufficient to meet tho demand gamo to Greenville by 20 to 18, When Mr. Guy Rowan, who resides near Glee Club also wero guests at tho and there was no reason for alarm, tho timekeeper sounded the whistle tho Locks on Rough River, lost his created, and exist, m dinner. but tho buyers Ignored them and the at the end of the last period, the residence and entire contents by fire LOUISVILLE MARKETS scoro was tied on 18. It was agreed. in the afternoon of last Saturday. ipad rush for coal went gn. Illustrating the situation, tho wit- that the teams should play 5 mInute3Some adjacent MRS. BLANKENSinP wore al Cattle Market continues slow and ENTERTAINS CLUB ness said that Henry Ford sent,four additional timo and the Greenville so consumed. Tho family 'with the agents into a Kentucky field to ob- quintette shoved their score up to 30, exception of Mr. Rowan's mother and draggy, with requirements limited Mr. W C. THnlfAnhn nntnrtntn- tain coal. Thoy were unknown to winning tho gamo. Those who wit- a small infant were absent from homo from all sources. Prime butchers ono nnother and in their eagerness nessed these last contests say that, at th,e time, and as a consequence, found a light demand at further loss" ed the -- Ladies' Social Club at her from opening day. Medium and com home last Friday afternoon, in a de- to get tho fuel they nedod thoyjiid like the games stqged hero, Ihore was nothing of importance was saved. mon kinds dull and draggy. Narrow llKhtful mooting. A number of interest enough for all throughout tho the price up to $11 a ton. volume of traffic in tho feeder and games of progressive rook were play the entire proceedings. "Against these influences WED AT COURT HOUSE. stocker division at prevailing low ed and the evening's entertainment were . wholesalers and all others badly neg closed with the serving of an enjoya helpless unless there was, or could EVANGELIST WATERS !" Mr. G. T. Shultz and Miss Jnnnle rates. Common stockers y slow about ble lunch. up In tho trade a combina TO VISIT FORDSVILLE Pennington, both of Mcllenry, were lected. he built In addition to the club members tion of producers and wholesalers In the County taking hold of steer, offerings and It united in marriage Evangelist. Bascom Waters has Judgo's office last Saturday after- Is more a question of buyer than price the following guests wero in attendpowerful enough to set aside tho law of supply and demand," Cushlng been procured, to conduct a revival noon, Judge Cook performing the cer- at the present. Fair clearance not-e- ance; M;rs. J. B. Tappan, Misses Margaret Marks, Kennedy Collins asserted, "Thero was no such comb meeting in Fordsvlllo, commencing emony. Quotations Prime heavy steers and Myrtle Maddox. ination. SUch a thing was Impossible. with Sunday, Jan. 2, next. Two serHoagland and Miss VioMr. Marlon . Therefore the individual wholesalers vices aro to be held each day, 10 a. la Lee Hardin, both of Contertown, $8.50 9.50; heavy shipping steers RHOADES AVIGGIXTON sind tho others wore without govern? m and 7 p. m at tho M. E. Church. were also married on December 22, $7.508.50; medium steera$C50 7.50; light steors $5.506.GO; fat Evangelist Waters, as is ibis custom, Judge Cook likewise officiating In ling Influence. mm Mr. CocJI Rhoades and Miss Nellie fat cows .$5.G07 will have helpers with him and hav- his ceremony. TJho bride Is a daugh- heifers o sorlos of ter of Mr and Mrs. J. M. Hardin and medium cows $3,755.50( cutters $3 WJgglnton, popular young pooplo, of ing hoard Dr. Waters 31IURCHES TO RENDER CHRISTMAS PROGRAM moetings conducted at this place last tho bridegroom a son of Mr. and Mrs. (0)3.75; canners $202.75; bulls $4 Buford, wero united lu marriage last C; feeders $08.25; stockers $3.50 Saturday, at tho home of Rev. R, IS. January, wo predict In advance, that John Hoagland, of near Buford. 7; choice milch cows $80100; Fuqua, Hartford." Rev. Fuqua perEach of tho churches in town will, the pooplo pf Fordsvlllo and vicinity ' VALUABLE- - TURKEYS. the d medium $50080; common to me- formed tho ceremony sealing are to hoar a splendid lino of revival hn accordanco with tho dium $30 50. nuptial knot. an old fashioned Chrlst-rf- e sermons. custom, havo Best Calves Market ' steady. "Mrs. W. IC. Hardlnl of Dukehurst, treo, and In addition, render atGO TO J. A.' TATE'S. GO TO J. A. TATE'S. . - delivered 13 turkeys to L. T. Riley, calves $1Q10.50; medium to good programs tonight. tractive but brief common to medium $24. I Thoso affairs that como yearly are of this placo, Tuesday, which brought Hogs Prices on top hogs and . For all kinds of fresh candles, nuts, fresh candles, nuts, her tho neat sum of $73.80, or an" For all klnds-ohooked forward to by the little onos pack XMAS vlth fond Hopes and glad expectations fruits etc. SPECIAL XMAS pack average of $5.07. Tho 13 turkeys throwouts wero advanced 25c, while fruits etc. SPEdAL bring- ages, in Chocolates, Cigars etc., alsp a bo neglected or ov- - ages, in Chocolates, Cigars etc.t also a brought Mrs.' Hardin inoro perhaps, others remained unchanged, larji none should ing nearly nil weights to the same nlco line, of fruit baskets. All other All other than tho avorago ono and ono-lia- lf nice line, of fruit baskets. SriOUKBU Djr OUHltt Hi uio llovol. Demand active from all notions you may de3lre. ' acres of tobacco Is wortlu. slight notions you may desire. trlakets.notwlthstandlngtthe I bc-'fo- ro .. . or Sheep and lams p'rlces genorally a light trade. Best lambs ranged from $7 9; seconds $4 5. Best fat sheep $3 downf bucks $2 down. PRODUCE. ' Local produce dealers quote buying prices as follows, net to shipper, the shlppor paying freight and dray-ag- o charges. "Eggs C263c dozen. Butter Country 15 18c. Poultry Hens 15 18c lb.; lajge spring chickens 18 20c lb.; small 23 24c lb.; old roosters 12 13c lb.; young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 turkeys" 36c lb.; geese 1820c lb.; guineas 20c each; young guineas 50c. GRAIN. Current approximate selling prices quoted by locnf commission dealers on carload lots are: ,, x .. .. ' vjuru nv, 4 yofiow one;. mj. 2 mixed 78c; No. 2 white 82c; new No. 3 whlto 80c; No. 3 yellow 80c; No. 3 mixed 78c. Oats No. 2 white 54c; No. 2 mix ed 52c. Less than carload lots of corn and oats about 2c higher a bushel. Current approximato buying prices carload lots are: Corn No, 2 yellow 80c; No. 2 mixed 80c; No 2 white 78c;new No. 2 white 7Gc(N.o. 3 yellow 72c. Wheat Kentucky No. 2 red on track in Louisville; la wagons $2; rail $2.05. up $9.60; 90 pounds down $8.25; throwouts $7.50 down. Boat hogs, 90 pounds and 111 Rill I DinT'CDO IMlllLA KIUIlIiO MAKE CONFESSION steady with Seventy Of Accused Plead -- Guilty Of Sedition , Charges. -- , ed Manila, Dec. 2j. Svonty members tho Phllllpplne constabulary-pleadeguilty here today on1 charges', of sedition In connection with tho riot with Filipino military pollco last Thursday, wheh resulted in eleven deaths, Seven other constabulary men, arrested in connection with tho riot, pleaded not" guilty when arraigned today. Hearing of the cases of tho seven pleading not guilty was set for Jan uary 3. Sentence upon tho sov'onty pleading guilty will not be pronounced until the trial of thq other seven. Is completed. The maximum penaC ty for sedition is ten years' imprisonment. Murder charges against tho constabulary men will not bo tried until the sedition charges are disposed of. Attorneya for the defense announced the constabulary meu would plead ',not guilty to tho murder charges" and the cases' "would be fought thru tho highest courts if necessary. Cdmplalnts were filed yesterday la tho Court of tho First Instance charg- -. ing tho seventy-seve- n constabulary men with assassination and conspiracy In .connection with tho fatal riots. The complaint alleged that tho constabulary soldiers "voluntarily, Illegally and criminally for the purpose of killing such members of the police force of Manila as they should encounter, conspired together and soldierly marched in military formation s and in separate squads thru of the walltid city, postlngr" themselves at strategic places from, which with malice aforethought they attacked members of the Manila police force, members who were com- plying with their duty as guardians of the peace, firing upon them and. inflicting' mortal wounds upon four members of tho police besides various-others.- " of ' the'-street- The Philippine constabulary enlisted personnel Is composed entirely oC Filipinos. Tho Manila pollco force contains a number of American officers and a few American patrolmen,-bu- t the majority of patrolmen V ' heart-breakin- g, Tho riot grew out of the killing night of a constabulary private by a Filipino policeman, when the constabulqryman attacked tho policeman with a knife. The attack: was provoked by ill feeling on tho part of the constabularymen resulting from alleged mistreatment 'and abuse of the wife of a conBtabulary-ma- n arrested by the pollco the proceeding Sunday. j. last-Tuesd- ay do-dar- ed . ..I t MARRIAGE LICENSES RECENTLY ISSUED Floyd Ashby, Cntertown, to Pansy Lee Mobrey, Rockport. Brady Parton, Asklns, to Sallle Whltler, Narrows. Cecil Rhoades, Buford, to Nollfo' Wigglnton, Buford. Ervin Smith, Hartford, to Vera- Mldklff, HartlOrU. Thomas Martin, R. 6, Hartford, to Ozona Martin, Hartford, R. ,6. Charles Homer Allen, Fordsvllle, to Eva Douglas, Fordsvllle. G. T. Shultz, McHenry to Jania Ponnlngon, McHenry. David. E. Smith, McHenry, to Edith Drake, McHenry, George A. Wedding, Hartford, R. 6, to Louvena Burdette, Narrows. Ivan Austin, Beaver Dam, to Mae Butler, Beaver Dam, . Marion Hoagland, Centertown to Viola Lee Hardin, Centortown. Morris Wedding, Fordsvllle, to.Am-b- y ' Peckenpaugh, Fordsvllle. Arthur Leach, Roslue, to Mao , Atchison, Roslne. Jap Payton, Steff, toMattio B. Swift, Neafus. Irvln Shields, Cromwell, to Iva Cromwell. Alvls Farmer, VhItosvllle, to Clara M. Spencer, Reynolds. Elmer Spencer, Reynolds, to Stol-l- a i Johnson, Reynolds. George Rowe, Rockport, to Myrlo M. Brown, Rockport. William E. Decker, Centertown, to Lillian Hardin, Centertown. May-Johnso- n, ct gs t , Buyers-axtremel- d. $68; ln-th- tlmo-honore- $57; iushii" , J tt tlT.II uIRL IS POLITICAL CHIEF The Heart of Christmas Chrlitnins Is not n dny, It Is a mood Is Independent of days. We cele brate It on Friday, Saturday, Sundny nny dny of the week. Christina is indifferent to days. It has nothing to do ylth (be nlniannc. It lins nothing to do with place. It Is ns Independent of geography ns It Is of chronology. It 1ms no relation to human government, or even to race or blood. It Is an Institution which can be set up on nny soil and under the folds of nny flag. Christmas Is a splrltunl crentlon, nud belongs to the kingdom of the heart. It is constructed by angels of the heart of ft child. If It then bo n mood, It can be extended over a week, a month, n year, n lifetime. It enn bo built upon time, upon eternity. If you conflno It t n dny, you miss the meaning of it. If you try to crnm It Into twenty-fou- r hours, you crush It and lose tho of It. It Anita Erhman,26, Most Powerful Factor In Isthmus Government I'anamn City, R. P., Dec. 18. Womon linvo played an Important part in tho background of tho world's history and thcro have been som6 his lorlc women of tho ages past who Jiavn licon credited with ruling tho reat empires of the wprld. j In this day of suffrage and in this period when woman Is taking her place In tho sphere of politics and commerce, it is not surprising to find that a woman is popularly believed to bo the power behind the government republic. of x A "beautiful young woman of 2G Is said to bo tho most powerful factor in tho political Ufo of the little republic of Panama. Anita Ehrman, niece of tho former President Lo Fovro, and the descendant or an old Panamanian family of Gorman, French and Spanish extraction. Is generally given credit for 3tccnlns the politics of Panama on an Latin-American HOLIDAY PRESENTS! t i I See What Santa Brought 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 your 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 even heel. ' "With Is Itcnl llcnuty. flashing black eyes and the story-boo- Spanish k carmine Hp3 of a beauty, this modern and aggressive jonnE.glrl is seen wherever Panamanian celebrities gather. Educated In tho United States and thoroughly acquainted with the politics of tho United States, as well as ' being- friendly toward tho American government, Anita Erhman Is said to ton one of tho great factors In stilling the suspicions of some of the more cxeitahlo Panamanians who distrust tho United States and its aggrasslons in Tanama. Anita Erhman is said to fee Iho best friend the" United States bas In higher Panamanian circles. - BBtL2&Lr M& V,j - . .Attended Hurdliij; Dinner. fairs become complex. , President. Porras, of Panama save a dinner in honor of Presidentelect Harding on his recent visit here Anita "Erhman had one of the places or honor. She was tho most prominent Panamanian woman there and made more friends among the party ihanany other guest. She displayed an nullity to mingle with American level. statesmen on their-owWhile she holds no official position in Panama, Anita Erhman is looked upDH'ns a Panamanian leader. She comes from the most prominent family in the republic. Anita Erhman, beauty tho she Is, is said lo wield her power in Panama thru 3icr ability to quickly discern political situations and to convince thm arguments those officials whom she has known all of her life and many of whom are her relatives. According to the Topular belief Anil a Erhman has so frequently won the leaders of Panamanian politics to tier viewpoint that sho is now sought a3 an adviser whenever political af"VThjen n CASTO R Children Cry FOR FLETCHER'S A Removal Sale Prices Will help you very materially all along the line. ' Wheezing in tho lungs indicates that phlegm is obstructing tho air passages. Ballard's Horehound Syr- loosens the phlegm so that it J up can bo coughed up and ejected. Price 25c, 50c, and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. m Of the 140 islands in the group called the Slcllly Isles at the southwest tip of England flye are Inhabited. Splendid Cough Medicine. "As I feel that every family should know what a splendid medicine Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, I am only too pleased to relate my experience and only wish that I had mown of Its merits years ago," writes Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Station, Mo., "I give it to my children when they show tho slightest symptoms of being croupy, and when I have a cough or cold on the lungs a very few doses will relieve mo, and by taking it for a few days I soon get rid of the , com." m "S Some Useful Presents : 4..H..MMl.H..HH,ll i I i IMIII M"M"M"H"M- - "M-- M; Hosiery, in Silks and fine Lisles. Shoes of every description. u "1 - "Do You Enjoy Your Meals? you do not enjoy your meals ' ARCHAEOLOGISTS UNCOVER 'yonr digestion Is faulty. Eat moderOLD JEWISH SYNAGOGUE 'It ately, especially of meats, masticate yonr rood thoroughly. Let fivo hours yonr meals alter London, Dec. 18 An ancient synaelapso between meals and take one of gogue and numerous other articles of immediately Chamberlain's Tablets historic value have been discovered you will soon s.upper and to be a real pleasure. WHAT ARE TOUR CHANCES Vior? find by archaeologists, headed by Profesm sor Slustch, at Tiberias, Palestine, says a Jerusalem dispatch today. They date back to the Talmudic period of the Jews. GAPS COMK HACK SAME AS CATS, SOLDIER FINDS x OF SUCCESS? Bo You Step Out With Snnp and Arc- You Ablo To Get Howard Tappen, an overseas veteran of the World War, purchased a cap DOST STAND IN VOUR OWN WAY In a local renovated army goods store here today and discovered that it was IVopIo Willi Thin, Weak DIoocl Have the one he had discardod in France a. Hard Time of It. They Should after tho armistice. On the inner TjiUo band was his uame, written In his ' handwriting. ' Look at the facts of your health.t So much depends on having red OUR LANGUAGE. blood. If you stand up in front of yonr work wit.i hnlf starved blood In Hero nro a few of tho difficulties of your system you nro standing in your the English language: own way. Ycu are mocking your own A flock of ships Is called a fleet. progress. A fleet of sheep is called a flock. It Thin blood makC3 you dull. A flock of girls is called a bevy. makes you pale. You take no enjoy-nioA bevy of wolves is called a pack. It 13 only ont of your A pack of thieves is called a gang. IiaU as good as It should bo. A gang of angels is called a host. You can remedy that condition so A host of porpoias is palled a shoal. eaudly. Dcgln taking that fine tonic, A shoal of butfaloos Is called a PcpuHMangan, today and keep it up herd. lor mrihllo. Your blood will become A herd of ohlldien is called a troop. uuuiiaucut a uinu.wuiiuii lliuttca i vu i A troop of partridges Is called a tsy and strong power of resistance, covey. You will get ener- blood corpus-ties- . a covoy of beauties is called a Jntad of standing in your own way, ' galaxy. yao will push yourself ahead because a galaxy of ruffians is called a I horde. of greater vitality, Dm bo suro and get tho genuine A horde of rubbish is called a heap. It Is put up in both yVepto-CUanganA heap of oxon Is called a drovo. Ask for A drove of blackguardsjs called u . liquid ami tablet form. j?Guiaii" and bo suro that tho nnmo Is mob. Tho tablets or the A mob of whales is called a school , on ,tho jiackiyje SkpjldhavB ibu aame medicinal value. A school of worshipers is caliod a Advertisement. congregation." ' r '. "Jt ; "" . Pcpto-Maugnu. Things Done? Perth Aniioy, N ,J Dec. 18. Coat Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Waists, Furs and Underwear. 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. T 4 J v I 4. ' i 9 N V fJ .Hi.H..i.t.I.I.l.,H.,t...t..taii,t.,li,lt..tAJ..a-,f t ! Mf l n n 11 II 1 111 111 fc S . L A In fact, better service cannot be rendered than our al Sale Prices make for you to buy your Holiday fixings. L wk. E. P. BARNES & BRO. Beaver Dam, Ky. m - . .'"-'- r - r , , WALLACE (& DUNN CONGRESS OPPOSED TO SUNDAY BLUE LAW Regard As Purltnn Revival That Itcnion Measure To Ho Knocked Out. Dec. IB - . ' jr It CROMWELL, KY. REDUCTION SALE BEGINSt - Saturday, November 27, 1920 And Closes February 1, 1921 r Clamor for tho enactment of a national "bluo Sunday" law, which has been started by Wilbur Crafts, head of tho National Reform Bureau, will rocolve scant encouragement at the hands of tho nowly olected Republican mom-boof tho Congress, to be called into special session in March, by President Harding. Tho movement, which has as Its aim a return to tho tyrannical and narrow-minde- d restrictions of tho Puritans, is taken seriously everywhere except In the National Capi tal, where political gossip Is center ing upon tho makeup of tho new ad rs Sixty-seventh Washington, tS HI fez" 111 One 7E1 even ... MM I I In R & 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. ministration. Senator Jones of Washington, who has year after year introduced a bill of this sort "by request" of some of his constituents, &d- fmits ho,has never read all of its provisions and that ho has not tho sllght-leJntontion of over, asking for hear ings on the measure, to say nothing well-moani- if o tCZ2T!THypJu; I ft st of pushing It to a consluslbn. Repre sentative Sims, of Tennesseo, who hop DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: Overalls, 20 per cent Discount Harness, 20 per cent Discount Shoes, 15 per cent Discount Rubber Goods, 15 per cent Discount also Introduced soveral bills of the kind, has been defeated for reelecRepresentative tion. Randall, of California, author of the war-tim- e prohibition law, who will be superseded in tho next Congress by a Republican, says he will havo nothing to do with blue laws. Sppaker Gillette and Majority Leader .Mondell scoff at tba idea and detlaro that they have no chance of being put thru Congress at any time in tho near fu- ' 0 ViftlrAveiiuc NcwYork 4 4-4 ,? 4 " Iff W " I H xOciaretteslS - f I ft i ture. All other goods are subject to a 10 per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. WALLACE & DUNN Cromwell, Ky. TOLEDO WOMAN HAS GAINED 24 "I wonder If IIo'll Miss Ale" was received ono day by a music publisher from a young woman. Ho read It thru, POUNDS and then ropliod: "Dpnr Madame .If ho does should nover be trusted with ho fire- arms Suffered For 12 Years But Nov Feels As" Well As COUGHLIN BABY She Ever Did in Her Life. LIVING, BELIEF riainfleld, N. J., Dec. 18 A sonsa "I havo actually gained twenty-fopounds In weight in the last few Hon was caused here today by tho woeks, and but for Tanlac I don't theory that naby Coughlln, believed bollovo I would bo allvo today," 8ald stolon from tho homo of his parents Gartco,' of G28 Mrs. Gertrude in Norrlstown several months ago, Is Broadway sfrect, Toledo, Ohio. "Forlho last twelve years I havo still nllva and being cared for by tho been in a" terribly poor state of health department of the poor in Hammpn-toand getting worso all tho time. My The theory was advanced by Mrs." appotlte was so poor I Just had to everything I ate, and al- Mabel Cunningham, wifo of tho maypr force down ways after moals I had sharp pains of Hammonton, and herself overseer In tho pit of my stomach and a burn- of tlu Hammonton department of tho ing thero that felt llko a coal of fire, poor. She in a do, tho statement this and I Buffered agonies from tho gas afternoon ata meeting of the Now Jorsoy Stato Association of Overseers that was always forming. "I was so nervous I shook llko a of Poor hero. Mrs. Cunningham explained" that leaf, I hnd almost forgotten how it ur n. again." 2 again. , "But to seo mo now, nobody would think I had beenthrough all these sufferings. My nppetite-l- s splendid. I fcol hungry all the tlmo, and never' havo to worry for fear of the miseries I used to suffer. For everything agrees with me now, and I have gained so in weight and t strength I disappeared from my feot and legs and I nover havo a particle of nervousness. I sleep fine now, and In the, mornings feel so good it's nothing for me to take care of my two children and do all my housowork," Tanlao Is sold in Hartford by Dr. L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by It. T. Taylor, Jr.; and in McIIenry ,by S. J, Tichenor. Advertisement. fool as well asvI over did- In my life. - felt to Ho down and sleop qulotly all Thoro was avswoH-in- g inray foot and legs that bothered mo a great doal, and I was so weak I would break down if I tried to get thru my housowork, I was Just about half dead, and had taken so much medicine that djd me no .good I had despaired of over boing well thru tho night. "The swelling ha"s thoro wero two babies in tho Coughlln hom'e, onp the Coughlln baby and another tho baby of a maid born out of wedlock. Ono of. these babies, she added, was stolen by tho crank and another was abandoned in Hammonton. Tho mystery 8ho then explained, concerns tho identy of tho abandoned baby. Tho people of Hammonton, Mrs. Cunningham 'continued, bollovo the baby now In chargo of the poor department is tho Coughlln child but that the parents will not, admit it. Frequently, from mysterious sources, money and fino clothing aro furnished "Tor the abandoned child and ho never wants for anything. Mrs. Cunningham said she believed the baby in her chargo is the Cpugh-Ji- n child, and expressed her surprise over tho Indifference shown by Mrs. Cpughlim toward him. Any number of people have applied to adopt tho child, she said, but ho is still being cared for by her department. "This mystory will bo cleared up' sooner or later," Mrs. Cunningham concluded. Deep-seate- d CASTORIA 'ok. r, Ml coughs that resistordi-nar- y remedies require both external If you buy and lntornaMreatinent. FOR dollar bbttlo of Ballard's Horehound Syrup you got. tho two romedlcs you nood for tho price of ono. Thoro is a UNItELUllliH. uorriCK's lieu roppor rorous nasier for the chest, free with each bottle! (American Legion Weekly,) County Drug Co. m A touching llttlo ballad entitled, Sold by Ohio Children Cry FLETCHER'S , I Whllo Republican leaders 'in the Senate and House and the members organization, that another elective proposal for withdrawal of tho aUIc I minister's from Athens Just before the generally aro opposed to any attempt member be allotted to'Asia. It was doubtful up to the last mo- - arrival thore of Constantino, says aa to deprive the people of the country of innocent Sunday amusements ment, however, whether the members officially lnsplrpd noto tonight, not which would do them no harm they who for the last few days had been having received tho same wtteonie aro quite as determined thnt the pro- advocating Slav or Scandinavian rep in Romo as in London and Paris. Kill hibition question has been settled by resentation would not succeed with be dropped. The Bjitish, French and Italian. tho ratification on tho part of forty- - their argument that the Asiatic races vo out of forty-eigstates of the could' not expect two places on the ministers, however, it is added, will eighteenth amendment, and by the council, while two important Euro- abstain from any ceremonies connectenactment of tho Volstead act and by pean countries wero not represented ed with the arrival of Constantino aaU from official relations with him. the majority of six millions given last at all. The majority of the delegates, howAllied warships havo been ordered: month by tho electorate to Harding ever, held to their implied promise, to quit Greek waters to avoid renderand Senate. Hence, they havo no Coolidge and a Republican House but the success of China was due ing honors to tho cruiser AveroCf. on Hence, they have no intention of re- largely to the personal strength Dr. which Constantino Is Journeying to Wellington Koo, of the Chinese dele Greece. viving a dead issue. Those moral forces in tho country gation, has acquired In the assembly Tho delegates appeared to be less which secured tho passage of both Interested in tho election of new tho liquor and woman suffrage MAMMOTH ELECTRIC J amendments to the constitution will states to the league and followed the LOCOMOTIVE HERE probably be guided so far as Republi- recommendation of tho eominltteo on which can leadership is concerned, Into tho tho admission of it had long been known as a foregone Chicago, Doc. IS. Crowds gazing fild of education, where is a fertile anprove. field of intelligent accomplishment. conclusion they would In awo at tho world's Woman made her debut In tho i lectrlc locomotive, the newest giant For some time those who dre influenwas cordially rein Congress on tho Republican leaguo today and on exhibition at the Chicago, Milwau- tial welcomed by the assembly. kee and St Paul Terminal, had a side havo been impressed by the' fact ceived and sup eight millions of people who llva In tho discussion on action to that glimpse into tho future press tho .white slave traffic Madem Tho vision la of electricity, entirely within continental United States do a substisupplanting steam ln' railroading not know how to read and write the oiselle Henri Forthammor, took the Cardui"DM tute delegate fbr Denmark, They are concernroachlng undreamed efficiency and English language. floor-ant- l in tho purest English gave ' Wonders for Me," ed also over the fact that the pay of comfort, thO delegates an example of clearness , Declares This Lady. Tho new Goliath, about to be plac- school teachers has so far declined. and conciseness which, if it had como o ed In service onJho electric while that of other vocations has been earlier, might havo shortened the "I suffered for a long zona of tho C. M. & St. P., over the increasing, that the earlier grade of mooting of tho assembly. time win womanly weal Continental Divide "of Montana and ambitious school as a Stepplng-stort- a ness," says Airs. I. R tho Cascado Range of Washington, to other things or whllo receivings surgeons agreo tnat In cases of Simpson, of 57 Spruce higher learning at somehigher instidwarfs locomotives of tho past. Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds tho St.,AshevIlle,N.C. "I tution is no longer to be had. The First Engine. First Treatment is most important. finally got to the place A llttlo more than ninety years ago r It has been proposed in tho Towner When an efficient antiseptic Is nppll-e- d where it was an effort for Stophenson's first steam locomotive bill that a Department of Education promptly, there is' no danger of me to go. 1 would have made its maiden trip Jn England. io created' so that the head of it might Infection and tho wuond begins to bearing-dow- n pains la Thirty-fovehicles .composed the havo a place in the Cabinet and so heal at once. For uso ori man or esmy side and back train of ninety tons, and lt'attalned that all its energies might bo devoted beast, Bordzono is the Ideal Antiseppecially severe across my speed of from, five to to the one purpose of doing away tic and Healing Agent. Buy It now tho marvelous back, and down in my ten and oven fifteen miles an hour? with ignoranco In the United States and be ready for an emergency. Prlco side there was a great and laying the foundations of an edu- 25c, 50c, S1.D0 and $1.50. Sold by And In advance rode a signal man on deal of soreness. I was horseback. cational systom so broad and deep Ohiq County Drug Co. m nervous and easily UpTho new electric locomotive alono that such a, condition as at present set. weighs three tiraesins much as Ste exists could nover return. Yet be- FLEET, OX BLOCKADE phenson's whole train. It cquld drawn cause the powers of tho federal TAKE DESERTS TO DICTATOR thirty-fiv- e in this respect are confined such trains as Stephenson's up a 1 per cent grado at 'Sixteen to the District of Columbia and the London, Dec. 18, All the units of miles an hour or on a level nlno territories It is believed by many of tho fleet of Italian warships sent to 1 io national legislators that such a desuch trains at a mile a minute. blockade Gabrielle D'Annunzlo, in The first steam locomotive in Wis partment would bo too great a piece Flume and force his surrender to the of machinery for tho task It is more Italian government, havo mutinied consin in 1848 weighed twenty-thre- o ions, ine oiecinc giani weigns zio likely that the scope of tho bureau of and Joined the r, a dis tons. It is eighty-eigfeet long, has oducatlon, now in tho Interior Depart- patch from Vienna announced tocan pull a train ment will be enlarged so as to fur-- night. 4,200 horse-powe- r, sixty-fiv- e miles an hour and cost ther spread tho gospel of the need of The flagship of tho fleet, it is add $112,000. It takes the place Tf four I education. ed, was at Zara, when th,e members i ordinary steam locomotives. of tho crew deserted the Italian govr "I heard of Cardul and Chnmbcrlnln's Tublcts. Advantages to, railroading of tho ernment and Joined the Flumo dicta decided to use itr" coh-UnThese tablets aro Intended especial, tor. Admiral Millo, of Bucci, com- electric giant aro: Airs. Simpson. "I ly for Indigestion and constipation. (mandlng Runs at an even speed. the blockading fleet, and a saw shortly It was benefThey tono up the stomach and enable high army Does away with fuel trains, officer boarded tho flagiting: me, so I kept it up It to perform Jts functions naturally, ship Uses neither coal nor water. and it did wonders for Just as the mutiny occurred and ' Always ready to start. Thoy act gently on tho liver and wero me. And since then I arrested, it is declared. bowels, thereby restoring tho stomNo ashes to dump. have been glad to praise ach and bowels to a healthy condiNo flues to clean. Should Bo Quarantined. Cardul. It Is the best tion. When you feel dull, stupid and No boilers to inspect. Many physicians believe that anywoman's tonic made' Goes thru the heaviest snowdrifts. constlpatod give them a trial.. You one who has a bad cold should bo Weak women need a aro certain to, be pleased with thel? completely Isolated to prevent other 'Unhalted by zoro weather. tonic Thousands and Handles twco the load of a steam effect thousands, like Airs. membors of tho family and associates l j locomotive at reduced .cost. Simpson, have found rfrom contracting tho disease, as colds Cardul of benefit tathem. Smokeless, noiseless, dlrtloss and CHINA IS ADMITTED are about as catching as measles. Ono INTO LEAGUE COUNCIL thing sure tho sooner ono rids himTry Cardul lor your trou- jerkless, Waterfalls en route supply the elecself of a cold tho less the danger, and Geneva, Dec. 15. China today you will look a good whllo before you tric energy for operation of tho"440,-mil- e electric zono, which took throe took rank among Uie principal powers find a better medicine than ChamberALL years to build at a cost of $12,000,-00- 0. directing the affairs of tho world thru lain's Cough Remedy to aid you In its entry into tho council of the curing a cold; m DRUGGISTS League of Nations in succession to, ... mm . Greece. The oloctlon of China, had ALLIES DROP PLAN TO been discounted largely since tho asWITHDRAW MINISTERS FOR FLETCHER'S . sembly previously had adopted the. I recommendation of the commlttoo on Paris, Dec. 18 Tho Franco-Britis- h ht in-a- fgSENBKSR now-state- s, most-powerf- i 2 S3 ww m ""x & Suffer? -- 440-mll- s Bf pi ur nt CARDU ues poet-warrio- ht The Woman's Toiac 1 g ' m Wg fM 1 wj ' Children Cry ,OASTO i RA P WHtt' . L. - . Tr r i- - . i 0 iaw...j nnd to demobilize! nil armed foroos not constituted of. citizens of Fiumo. STRAY STREAKS Tho government, it Is snjd, is determined to onfo'reo tho Papallo trea(Dy Fluko McFluko.) Published Weekly by Dictator HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY ty with tho Jugo-SInvD'AnnunzIo, however, scoffs at tho Incorporated Uncle Dill Johnson says he got action of the government and declar- mighty tired of looking nfter, mid ed: W. 8. TINSLEYEdltor making his beat nnd C.lpt. Cox's too, 'Flumo has not ratified tho trea- - while tho Capt. was away. mid Business Manager. ' ty nnd Is preparing to withstand a Entered according to law at the slego if necessary.'' m Somo tlmo ago, tho Ohio County JPo3tofficc, Hartford, Ky., as mall Fiscal Court spent qulto n lot of monMRS. JAMES RUROESS. Btatter of tbo second clads. ey In putting In cells in tho Jail, to Mrs. James Durgcss died at her which wero supposed to resist nil Address all communications homo near Prentiss, Wednesday of common, human efforts to tear down, Tho Hartford Republican. "THE FORDSON AT WORK" Burial of tho remains but n lonp man placed In Jail several last week. took placo at tho Slaty Creek Cemo- - days ago broko out, Monday of the NOTICE TO SURSCRinERS A mighty valuablolbooklct Just Issued by tbo Ford Motor Company.. Mt'ls' yours Ltcry on tho day following after fun- - present woek with smallpox, Subscribers desiring tbo paper sent for tho asking. Drop In and got ono or drop a card or letter and wo will mall you a conducted by Rev. It. E. a now address must glvo tbo old oral sprvices Somo of theso copy free. tho Fuqua, at the Slaty Creek 'Daptist ddress in making tbo request. Dusincss Locals and Notices 10c Church. Mrs. Durgess was almost bonded warehouses nre due to bo This book Is not what tho Ford Motor Compnny has to say about tho Fordson jior lino, and 8c per lino for each ad- G9 years old and bad been n member empty and then wo won't bo comTractor, but what tho tens of thousands of users have to say. Got tho bookl It Is ditional insortlon. pelled to read sq tnrantlon much yours for tho asking. Keep in mind tho fnct that behind cvory Fordson Tractor nro Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards of tho Daptist church slnco the nge of all tho resources of tho great Ford Motor Company, llkowlso that roliablo "Fordi of Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for 12 and was greatly respected by ail about booze robberies. each bead lino and slgnautro, money who know her. which assures tho kcoplng of tho Tractor In working ord6r every day In in advanco. Wo wish you, one and all, a merry d, tho year. Remombor nlso that tho Fordson Tractor, like tho Ford car, Is simplicity The deceased lady, besides her Church Notices for services free, Itself in design and construction; easy to understand nnd easy to operate. Cpmo in is survived by eight children, nnd rollcksom Nmas, nnd a new year tut other advertisements, lc per and-lo-t word. us tell yon more about It. H is moro Important to tho'fannor today than anygrandchildren and one great full of mirth, from 11 to nineteen Anonymous communications will grandchild. thing else. Deforo hor marriage, provided nevertheless, that Is, It you receive no attention. which took placo moro than forty have paid your subscription in full Tho Age of Machine Powor on tho Farm is no longer a matter of speculation; it Jr. years ago, she was Miss Mildred S and any other dues for Which you Is hero an established fact.it is the latest advanced stop civilization has takrH It may happen to 'bo In arrears, at this TELEPHONES promlsolo lift tho groat burden of drudgery nnd wearl-somRogers. comes to tho farmer with full Joint, ' 59 Farmers Mutual wearing-ou- t am toll from tho muscles of man and carrying them with much moro 123 ,. Cumberland LIFE --IN PRISON PROPOSED. profit by powor of machinery, with tho result thntlarger production, m,oro comfort We don't -- know what luck I. D. and greater wealth will como to the farm homos wherever tho Fordson Is employed. Trenton, N. J., Dec. 22. A bill de- Claire has had, it any, from the long-gree- n DECEMBER 21 JFRIDAY. Come In nnd talk Jt over. standpoint, but we do know signed to make life Imprisonment tho penalty for crimes committed by arm- that our luck hns been tho bumest Just as a lot of other pepolo are ed robbers will bo Introduced at the of all tho bum luck we've been heir losing their Jobs, Constantino is re- next session of the Legislature, it was to In a long time", however we are Inclined to the opinion that Bill Keen called to his old position, in Greece, announced today. nnd wo.lmagine that tho emoluments Governor Edwards today issued a and those other and heretofore, BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY . Souls think maybe, that 'backattached thereto are to afford the call for a conference Tuesday In the King much needed greaso. Senate Chamber of State and county er Is too cheap to even give away, If perish the thought, officials and members of the Ameri- so, nay, nay! It Is a hard matter to sell corn In can Legion to outlino a comprehenfar be it from thee to thusly rumithis section, at any price. CO cents a sive plan to combat the crime wave nate. bushel is as much perhaps as possible in New Jersey. Mobilization of tho JXTTaH to attain and when we buy corn meal homo guards of tho State is regardIt's 40 cents the peck four times for- ed as likely and overseas Veterans PERSONAL NEWS ty, if It is cents, equals $1.60. AND SOCIAL EVENTS guests of Senator Frelinghuyscn, New said roport and approved samo with- the next regular January term, of thl will be asked to bo ready for any emergency. Jersey, on tho latter's houseboat, ac- out any chnnges In tho plan of drain-ag- o court. .Wo very much doubt If PresidentMr. nnd Mrs. W. A. Smith and three cording to tolegraphlc advices recoiv-e- d Because of tho "unusual number therein, It is thcreforoordercd MACIC COOK, J. O. C. C. appease the elect Harding can ever of crimes thruout tho country," tho children, of Henderson, will arrive hero today. Tho telegram said and adjudged by tho court that said A copy attest: Courier-Journ- al without first calling Court of Pardons today adopted a here Sunday, to spend a week with W. C. BLANKENSHIP, C. O. C. C. tho editor of that Journal as one of resolution not to glvo pardons or Mrs. Smith's sister, Mrs.'F. T. 'Belcher Mr. and Mrs. Harding would leave report bo and it is accepted, and It 3 Marion' soon after New Year's Day set for final bearing on tho 1st day of JAMES A. TATE, D. C. Iho great minds of tho country for paroles before expiration of minimum and Mr. Belcher. " ' and would visit Miami and other consultation and advice. Wo sugv sentences for murder, robbery, burFlorida resorts. t. Best that the Senator do so at once glary and like offenses. Now is tho time for you to" Install and have done with the matter of so Exceptions would be made only that Lalley Light Plant.. 'Write GO TO .1. A. TATE'S. , much criticism along this line. where unusual circumstances merit a FORDS VILLE PLANING MILL' CO. For all kinds of fresh candles, nuts, it waj They have an expert electrician who fruits etc. SPECIAL XMAS pack of the 22nd., favorablo recommendation, Tho Courier-Journthoroughly understands installing ages, in Chocolates, Cigars etc., also n said. In '.'Morrow in Marion" says: theso Farm Electric Light Plants and nice lino qf fruit baskets. All other "For if he wero representing can glve'you prompt service. ,A post notions you may desire. Kentucky at Marion he would be TOBACCO POOLING PLAN ABANDONED card will bring full Information to SECOND TEEM OPENS obliged to tell the President-elec- t you. The Hawesville High School B. B. tho folks over "thar" across that Quite a goodly number of tobacco Team will play tho locaf High School tho river yotut for the League of Mr. J. A. C. Park, of Beaver Dam, team hero tonight. Game to bo a the las; election by glv-ir- lg growers were here yesterday to Nations tho meeting called in interest was a visitor at thi3 offico Wednestho Xmas exercises are over. thirteen electoral votes to 'Y of the plan to pool the present crop day. Mr. Park left yesterday for Mc. oi Co.v etc. ' Governor of tobacco with the organization styl- Allister and Evanston, Okla., to visit LIGHT AND WATER NOTICE Wo would remind the Courier that Marketing As his daughter, Mrs. A. L. Blanton and by tho same, or In fact a very much ed,, the Daviess County Reports were received Prof. Blanton and his son,'' John A. Notice is heroby given that the better token the voters over "thar" sociation. An accredited High School of the "A" Class.. agaiust the from Daviess County on progress Mr. Park will also visit his son, Prof. Kentucky Light and power Company, across the river, voted .' League of Nations by electing Richard made In securing pledges there, the J. C. Park, of Wichita Falls, Texas, Incorporated, is not oblo to operate Special course for teachers entering at mid-ter- m a before returning. not of which and under 'tho burden1 of high taxes and P. Ernst by almost double the plurali- substance amount of was that could the. crop high prices nnd that on the 31st day desiring to meet the , requirements of . recent ty given the thirteen. We just na- sufficient Mrs. Lula F. Coppago, who has of Decomber, 1920, it will discontinue turally can't keep from wondering be, or had not been secured to mako ' school laws. , our in- been visiting relatives in Leltchfiold furnishing both UEht and water, and when th.o Courier's Editor is to be the plans successful. In fact effect, ihat the for some time, will return to her will dismantle) lts,plant, and tho cor'summoned to Marlon that the light formation was to tins growers of i Daviess had abandoned home here Saturday, accompanied by. poration will be dissolved. Teachers' training work preparatory for' examina.from his .great and unbiased mind M. L. HEAVniN, Pre3ldont. penetrate and tho project and therefore the meeting her niece, Mrs. Charles Morgan, of may bo shed forth to tions. . yesterday, at a necessity, was North Piatte, Neb. Mrs. Morgan Bet the gloom ablaze as a powerful hero pursue tho same course will be the guast.of Mrs. Coppago and E. G. BARRASS, Treas-Mgr- .l search light doth in .black, rayless forced to Length of Spring Term 4i months. With the muchjtalkcd-o- f Marketing Mr. and Mrs. O. C. "Martin, during September 25, 1920. 13tf nifibt. Association abandoned all apparent the next few days. ' prospocts for an offectlvo organization DITCH NOTICE 1)K VA'LERA ON OCEAN, Board and tuition reasonable. , . Mrs. Emma Schroator, who had IRISH OFFICE RELIEVES of tho growers is lost, which is more than certain to rebound to the iletrl- - T)eon visiting relatives In Robinson Ohio County Court, Regular term, WA-RREPAYTON, Supt, Tho Irish office, mont of the helpless .tobacco growers. and Oblong, 111., aud Henderson, Ky., 1st day, 6th day of Decomber, 1920. London, Dec-2' I during tho past several weeks, re- Fred I. Burns, et'al., Miss ELIZABETH DAVIDSON," which has continually scoffed at the In tho caves of tho Tripoli "Moun- turned to her home hero Tuesday. ,vs. Order. reports that Eamonn Do Valera had Miss SALLY HENRI COLEMAN, a tribe of Mrs. Schroater was accompanied by Motion of ditch. for found a way to embark on his return tains there is said to bo outhor son, E.G. Schroater, who has Assistants. Tho finnl viowers' report filed. It is said to have reversed women that has never ventured to Ireland, been doing photographic work In Illi- was submitted to nnd examined by its opinion. Tho authorities now are side. r oe nois, several months. tho CourC-an'found to be In duo expressing tho opinion that tho Pres"DOG OWNER'S WARNING" form . and In accordance with law, ident of tho Irish republic ls'bn the Mr, Elvis C. Funk, a former ser- and tho engineer having examined sea en routo to a British or Irish port. Owners and harborers of dogs are vice man, who has been in tho U. S. o a- hereby warned to procuro their dog Marino Hospital, Evausvllle, Ind., .RESERVE BANK "BLED" " NORTHWEST, IS CHARGE tags for tho year 1921, at once as, spopt tho niglit hero Wednesday, wKh Girls-Hav- e only n short time Intervenes boforo friends, en route to his home in the Charging thoso who fall to procure tags will bo Clear Run country. Is 21. Mr. Funk Washington, Dec, of that tho Federal Roservo Bank at hold io bo in violation to the law nnd much improved in health, having 9 prosecution gained 18 pounds In weight during Minneapolis, by withdrawing ?8,000,-00- 0 exposed nnd subject as tho law says that you tho six or eight months he has been in six days, had "drawn tho life and fine, your dog tags on or bo- under treatment. blood from the Northwest," Jtepro-oonta'tl- must procuro Schall, Republican, Minne- foro the 1st day of January, for tho To Visit About those star diah Williams Wo offer a now sota, asked Congress- today to inves- succeeding yenr. As ono agency ,f or the enforcement mond rings at Tappan's tigate tho conduct of the Federal Mill at a special bargain, less Buhr banks and system, especially In of this statute, in the discharge of my than wholesale price. Wo can fit Jewelry Store. A $50 ring relation to tho extension aud with- duty as Shorlff ,1 earnestly desire you up wltlr'a first class mill equipthat you. escapo trouble and tho pay- ment Can furnish suitable size has the appearance of a drawal of credits. "JVe have a nice line of Holiday Goods at reasonment of cost wholly unnecessary and Falrbanks-Mors- o Kerosene Engine to $150 ring and a $75 ring, easy to avoid, and that I bo relloved go with this Williams Buhr Mill and IN U. S. WOULD PARLEY able prices, and everything in our stock is new! Notha $200 ring. Then we have ON DISARMING IS SOUGHT from the obnoxious duty Imposed up- you will havo an Ideal Corn, Mill. ing carried over from 'last year. on mo by the law, of assisting In its Wrlto us for prlco on outfit delivera store full of the most ele"Washington, Doc. 21. A resolu- enforcement by bringing my friends ed to your railroad station. gant line of jewelry suitaDolls, Books, Manicure Sets, Toilet Sets, Ivory tion authorizing tho President in his1 Into court for prosecution, so get FORDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO. ladies and gentleble for Sets, Kodaks and Brownies, Papeteries, Music Rolls, mm discretion to invite Governments of your dog tags at once and havo the A man who stammers has a groat All nations to send delegates to an matter behind you. men of any age. Safety Razors, Mirrors, Military Sets, Shaving Sets, You can get your dog tags by advantage over a" man who does not." international convention to bo bold is the most apJewelry Flashlights, Purses, and other articles too numerous to consider sending to tho County Clerk, together "How?" In tho United States preciated gift because to mention. "Ho can think boforo ho speaks and means of bringing about world dis- with tho proper fees and postage, tho armament was Introduced today by following information, viz: still hold tho audience's 'attention." kept a lifetime. can be m Your name. Representative Brooks, Republican, We call special attention to our fine Chocolates. -- Illinois. "I'm having troublo supporting my Those who have .come in Your Post Offico address. $1.00 to $8.50 per box. . wife." No. of Y,our Voting precinct. o say we have a beautiful JD'ANNUNZIO DEFIES "You don't know what troublo Is. What breed of dog. Every box guaranteed. x Kansas showing and are buying ROME; WILL FIGHT Try not supporting hor." Tho dog's ago. City Journal. fast, so you had better not Male or fomalo. : Paris, Dec. 21 -- Dispatches from T Color and markings. wait too long or the things has "Flume state that D'AnnunzIo Tho license foo is as follows: First IIARD1NGS TO VISIT IN ' you want may be gone, FLORIDA AFTER NEW YEAR'S beon sorved with an ultimatum by tho malo dog $1.00, all others 52.00. eaoh. "The Nyal Store" Italian government giving him until first iemnie dog, $2.00, nil othorsj and too late to reorder. Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 21. The' Wednesday owning to ovacuato tho each. You must send postage. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. , .J. B. TAPPAN Presldont.olect and Mrs. Harding will S. A. BRATCHER, Arbo and Voglla islands to return all v. Jeweler and Optician. speud several wool's In Floridaas the Sheriff Ohio County. poized warships aud armored cars, The Hartford Republican s. V .... Fordson ' Aftor-Servlc- o" huj-ban- I , o, u BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY gen-oro- -- al Heaver Dam High School Monday, Jan. 17, 1921 ' at-to- nd or ' 9 ' " ' 1. I -- d BEAVER DAM, KY. TJie '? Gone Crazy vo o r All 1 - 20-lnc- Ro-sor- Our Store When DtbingYour Christmas Shopping it Beaver Dam Drug Company $4-0- 0 & .'Jfr..'. lSUJifcfc -- r ; m I it 4 Watch our windows for Xmrts c!Is- -l 2 It2 plays. WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. Mr, nnd Mrs. Horbort MIdklff, of of a fino, ten pound 'girl baby, born Wednesday. Tr?Brm Xmas at Fairs Our store is brim full of both staple and substantial Gifts for the old ones as well as a complete line of near town, nro tho parents Mrs. J. B. Swain, of Detroit, Mich., arrived In Centertown Monday, to spend tho holidays with friends and relatives. - Reduction Sale MHHI maamBBMt it Whitman's Candy, tho best Candles made Put Up JnXmas boxes and baskets. At WILLIAMS Miss & We are pricing our stock to meet market condf Toys to tickle the little folks. Bring the children ithat they may enjoy the yuletide season. FOR THE CHILDREN KIDDY CARS DOLLS TRAINS BALLS GUNS k TAYLOR'S. Mrs. Lou Maddox and daughter, Pearl Tichenor, of Contertown, will spond Xmas as guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nolson, in McIIcnry. Mr. Hubert Ross, of Detroit, Mich., arrived In Centertown Monday, whero ho wlll,epend tho holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Ross. Capt. and Mrs. S. K. Cox returned last week from an extended visit with their daughter, Mrs. Charles Rogers and Mr. Rogers, of,Elkton. Miss Mattyo Duke, who is teaching In tions. During this sale we will offer our customers 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 . f i M ' - 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- PISTOLS BOOKS WAGONS SLEDS A. B. C. BLOCKS tho Sholbyvillo High School, Is here to spend tho holidays with her Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Duke and par-ont- s, te family. 50 per cent discount .. '. TRUMPETS BANJOS CHAIRS GAMES, ETC. ' SILK HOSIERY MEN'S TIES Barnard, of Tomnolln, Miss., who has been hero a few" days visiting relatives and looking after business matters, will return home, toM. B. morrow. Mr. ajid Mrs. D. B. Hancock and CUFF BUTTONS, Etc. 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 little daughter, of Leitchfleld, will arrive here today to visit Mrs, Hancock's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Gillespie. When hungry come to my place. on short notice, Choice lunches something that satisfies.. ARTHUR LEACH, At Minton's Old Stand. Mr. Walter H. Parks has moved his office from tho Bank of Hartford Gulldlng. to the Heavrln & Bar rass building, with the West Hartford Coal Company. Mr. II. Y. Taylor, afton spending soveral days here, tho guest of his daughter, Mrs, B. II. Ellis, and Mr. to his Ellis, returned last week-en- d, home In Maceo. .20 per cent discount 20 per cent discount 20 per cent discount Calico at . . , 15 cents per yard Hoosier Sheeting at 17 cents per yard Hope Bleached at 20 cents per yard 10 per cent discount on everything else in the store, except Flour, Feed and Groceries. Ready-to-Wear . ' TO BUY GOODS AT THESE PRICES YOU MUST PAY CASH OR PRODUCE. THIS SALE WILL CONTINUE UNTIL FEBRUARY 1, 1921. ZZ2&Gfc Republican Cen JIr W1 "Brown- of Route lertown, was In Hartford yesterday. - COOPER BROS. Beaver Dam, Ky. If vou need expert service on your Tractor. Gasoline or Kerosene Engine, any kind of Automobile, write The FOIIDSVILLE PLANING MILL CO They can send a reliable mechanic promptly to relievs you, at reasonable price. " Miss Norino Barnett of the Mt. Vernon High School, was forced to temporarily relinquish hor position on account l Illness', last week. She arrived at her homo hore Saturday and her "illness has developed Into a case of typhoid. Mrs. P. O. McKInnoy, nnd little son, of Oakmont, Pa., accompanied by Mrs. McKIney's mother, Mrs. 31. J. Reld, who had been visiting Mrs. McKnine'y, arrived in Rockport Wednesday, where Mrs. McKInnoy will -- M? ft 1 -- I? r Miss Mary Warren Collins, sho Is V The Hartford ' taking a business course in Louls- vlllo, arrived hero yesterday, to spend . DECEMBER 21 FRIDAY. Misses Hula King and Ileulah ho holidays with her parents, Mr. ana Mooro were In Owensboro Saturday Mrs. R. T. Collins. ' and Sunday. NEWS PERSONAL Romembtr your account with AND SOCIAL EVENTS R. It. Ulloy, cashier of the Citizens WILLIAMS & DUKE is now duo and Bank, was In Louisville last weekend, wo would appreciate it it you would . Go to ACTON BROS, for your dolls, on business. come In at onco and settle same. 'vnsos etc. WILLIAMS & DUKE. Christinas candies, apples, oranges, - Justf rccolvcd Big lot of barrel bananas, cranberries, celery" antl mixMiss Eva Smith, who Is. teaching W. E. ELLIS & BRO. v Salt. ed nuts at" ACTON BROS. noar FordsvIUe, visited her parents, .&' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Smith, last'woek- Wo pay cash every day for eggs and Mr. and Mrs, Jeff Watterson, of ond. She was accompanied by Misses ""poultry. W. E. ELLIS & BUO. , Ashley, 111., aro expected to arrive Ernie Moo and Nona Mac Huff. here tomorrow, to visit relatives for Mr. W. H. Maddox, of Ethokvwas several days. Elijah D. Thomas, a cadet of CasAcademy, in town Wednesday on business. Heights Military tle of Louisville, nr- -, Lobanon, Tonn., arrived here last Marlon Crowo, Tho bcaVTlaco to got the best rived hero last Friday, tofspend two week-ento spend tlio holidays with Quoenswaro is at ACTON BROS. patents, Judge and his father, Mr. John C. Thomas. weoks with his Mrs. C. M. Crowe. ;jlr, Curtis Maples nnd Auburn Mrs. C. E. Smith, who had been "Tichenor were in Owensboro, Mon- ; MINERS' Lamps, Carbide, Picks, 111 in Moberly, Mo whero she had day. t Handles, nnd othqr Minors' Supplies. been visiting her sister, nrrlved'home re4 See us when you need anything in Sunday, nlthought not entirely ' "C covered, she Is regaining BIIOS. SALT? v.Ycs, salty salt. Wo havo this lino., ACTON m1.M condition. i -- .V ' .If. i ?p ACTON BIIOS. Otis Howard, a senior of K .S. U Singing Evansellst Ernest Petroff, to spend nnived here last week-en- d '. . r.1 tr. "tVTT. thoholidaya with his parents, Mr. nnd of Blue Mountain, Miss., delivered his '. duujjuib tuuo iu locturo on his early life and convet-nin- n JBpsLlAMS & TAYLOR'S and we can fix Mrs. C. II. Howard. nt the Dantlst Church Monday fKF .you up. J. A. Bollng who had been night. Tho auditorium waa packed Mrs. ' Mrs. Onm L. Turner and daughter, visiting relatives In Clbverport, for to capacity. Miss Kathleen, were Tn Owonsboro, several days, returned to hor homo on Mrs. Edwin W. Cooper and children Routo 1, last week. Monday. x of Nashvillo, Tcnn., arrived hero holidays Wo are In tho market for your tur- Wednosday, to spond tho Everything for tho Xmas dinnor, C. keys and other poultry for tho Xmas with Mrs. Coopor's mother, Mrs. butlho turkey can bo.bought at M. Barnott, and grandmother, Mrs. trade. Best prices possible will bo WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. J. A. Bennett. W. E. ELLIS & BRO. paid. """ MM of E. P.JJarnos Mr. Byron Barnes, 5 Mtss lone Taylor, who Is teaching Miss Emily Bell, student in the & Uro., Beaver Dam, was in town BeaHigh School, roturned to her home In Shinnton, W. Va nrrlvod at. ""Wednesday, on business. to bpend tho week-ento, re- ver Dam last weelc-on- d near Buford last Miss holidays with tho homo folks holidays. LOST On Blroets of Hartford last main until, af tor the Taylor was tho guest pt Mrs. ClarFriday, a small chain and gold cross. WednesMr. and Mrs. William Yager, of ence Iglehoart, of this placo, Roturn to this otfico and receive nrrlvod hero yos day. , Plercovlllo, Knnv ' torday, to visit Mrs. Yager's sister, Capt. A. J. Barnett, at present in family. Celery. Cranberries, Oranges, Lo-- ', Mrs. Emnta Hudson and ., Training tho Infantry Officers' iuons, Grape Fruit, Apples etc., at all Joseph Lang, of Cairo, Qa School, Camp Benning, Georgia, Is 2"2 Mrs. "times. Sunday and Miss Mabel Raines, of Beaver expected t6 arrive hore mother, ', WILLIAMS & TAYLOR. . hero, tho to spend a few days with his spent tho week-en- d Dam, v Fresh Qrocerles, Confectlonarles guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Raines. Mrs, C. M. Barnett nnd other relatives. Cigars and Tobaccp at prices you Miss Louise' Phlpps, of Dotroit, will bo pleased with. Ed Hoover, who has been In tho Mich., arrived hero tho first of this ARTHUR LEACH," Evansvlllo, week, to spend the holidays with her U. S. Marjno. Hospital, . At L. Mlnton Stand Jno? R. Phlpps. Ind., for some tlnio, is expected to parents, Mr. and Mrs. at his homo near Deda,' today, .,.' ci,i..n A brindle cow, CHEAP 1 Honeymoon tn annmi 1 fi ilns with relatives. Mr. FOR HALE '"white spotted, four whltofoot, 7 Machine, guaranteed for 10 Hoover has mado good improvement yoars old. Left, Simmons, Sunday Sowing slhco entering the Government hospi K em.- - ftmlnr 'iiloase years. . .. i. tal, WILLIAMS & TAYLOR'S. .V Ky. Simmons, , .write to J. A- - BURTON, YOUR I5e . Tn wX-- r .. JIvmrPniJlHnn ' Heady lor 1011 on . ,l me LLim wo. ,.w flf lrnnv lintvnnorfo JV... HWUliHg!,, nll UGJ,ilHIUl too tuu, ltarrinnfiirr & ,v d, Bpend-tb- e holidays. pri the 22nS inst., give a her-norm- al ... Mr. J. P. McCoy, who was summoned to Danville, III., recently, on account of tho fatJl Illness of his sis-- 1 tor,sMrs. Guy Spranklo, lias returnod homo. Mr. McCoy visited his dauglw ter, 'Mrs. Roy Snodgrass and 'Mr. Snodgrass, of Colfax, 111., whilo nb- sent. ' C. L. Wedding, guard at tho Eddy-- 1 villo Prison, who has been assigned vith tho Convict Road Camp in Cumberland County, was a visitor at Mr. Wedding this otfico Wednesday. with is spending a short vacation friends and rolatlves In tho Sulphur i Springs country. Per Cent Cash Dicount ON ALL OUR LINE, EXCEPT FEED s "" ' ii- -" d, Lejslflgtpn and Charlie Rhoades, a ' sfudent of Ogdon College, Bowling Green, spent from Tuesday evening hero wlthl to Thursday morning en route to thoir homes near friends, ... 111 -. .A.l mu mey wm uycuu lUn I uuioru, wneru i. holidays with their relatives. Olney E. Richardson, a senior of K .8. U., Lexington, was In town Wednesday night to attend tho meet ing arranged by tho University, Ohio County Club for Seniors of tho County High Schools. Mr. Richardson will visit his parents near Cromwell bofor5 returning to Loxingtom forest Boll, a"sonIor of K. S U., ' rd. And continue this through the holidays until December 31. After the 31 inst, the prices marked on our goods will be net cash, no discbunt. 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. Do your Xmas shopping here and buy something that is useful give Mother that good stove she has been needing so long, Father that comfortable- - saddle, Sister that beautiful auto robe, Brother that durable buggy. You will find them here. With happy Xmas greeting, and oti'r sincere good wishes for the coming New Year, we are as ever, at your command. 1 J. D. Williams & Sons Beaver Dam, Ky. i V ar-rl- vo . l--I -- For farm wagons write FORDS VILLE PLANING MILL CQMPANY, Fordsvllle, Ky., they have tho OwensJ boro, Weber and John Deere, all fully guaranteed. Also, Duggles and Surroys. You can save monoy"uy asking them for prices, They pay tho freight on Wagons, Iluggles aud Surveys. Remember we have moved in the brick on the comer, nepct to Casebier. i "7SS!','-T5?SS- J ' - . if GniUIANY IIKOIXS HUNT IN EVEUY HOUSE FOIl OUNS DIRECTORY CinOUIT COUKT.j Judge --'It. W. Slack, OwensbotOr C. B. Smith, HartCom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. O. Porter. Hartford. Otto C. Mar Master Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustco Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, 1 .Berlin voluntary surrender or weapons Dec. 18 Tho Umo for the hav- Hartford, ; ircsldenco district. lit Monday In March 11 days It still Is the home of many promiCom'th. and Civil. nent persons Including Dr. Peters, a lBt Monday In May 12 days Civil. disarmament commissioner. 1st Motiday ln July 18 days Com'th. and Civil, Sickly children necll White's Cream 3d Monday in September 11 days Vermifuge. It not only destroys tho Civil. worms, f there bo any, but it nets as 4th Monday In November 11 days ft strengthening tonic In tho stomach Com'th. and Civil. and bowols. Price 30c per bottlo. COUNTY COUItT. m Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. Moots first Monday In each month, Judge Mack Cook. Ct'PII) SCORES 10,000 County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. TIMES IN" CALIFORNIA '. Clerk W. C. Blnnkenshlp. SherllT S. A. Bratcher. UnSacramento, Cal., Dec IS. Superintendent B. S. Howard. less "Dan Cupid" goes on his vacaJailer Worth TIchenor. tion during thj few remninlng days D. E. Tnx Commissioner of tho year, ho will record a total of C. S. Moxloy. Approximately 40,000 marriages In Coroner E. P. Ilodgors. California during 1920. Up to tho end fo November moro than 37,400 FISCAL COURT. couples we're married in tho stato Meets first Tuesday In April and during 1920. October. i l$t District Ed Shown, Hartford, How's Route 3. Wo offer One Hundred Dollars Reward 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav any case of Catarrh that cannot be for er Dam. cured by Hall's Catarrh Medicine. Hall's Catarrh Medicine has been taken 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. thirty-fiv- e by catarrh sufferers for the past years, and has become known as the 4th District O. W. Rowo, Center- ' town. most reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on Btli District W. C. Daughcrty.Balze-tow- n. n tho Mucous surfaces, expelling the from the Dlood and healing the diseased portions. W. S. Dean, Dundeo. Uth District After you have taken Hall's Catarrh B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. Medicine for n short tlmo you nil! see n 7th District In your general 8th District prent Improvement B. C. Rhoades, Harthealth. Start taking Hall's Catarrh Medicine at on-- o and get rid of catarrh. Send ford, Routo 5, for testimonial, free P J. CHENKV & CO., Toledo, Ohio. HARTFORD. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. a Mayor J E. Bean. AVIKIE AND THE NEW CAIt. Clerk J. A. Howard. Police' Judge C. M. Crowe. Piatt "How Is it you don't come Marshal E. P. Casebler. down townjn your now car?" ROCKPORT Foster "I taught my wlfo to use Chm'n. Hoard W. O. Her. It, and now I am riding on the street Clerk N. H.TJratchcr. cars." police Judge s. u. FuiKerson. a s Marshal Ed. J. Dr.itchor. NEW aiACIIINK PRINTS MESSAGES III" WIRELESS Ward..-Surveyor- ing expired tho German Disarmament Commission has ordered tho beginning of the military search of every house In Germany for guns. Tho carrying out of tho ordor In creator flerlln was begun today In tho ' Bavarian, quarter onco a fashlonablo HEAVER DAM., ? Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKetiner. Olork It. W. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Slovens. j FORDSVILLE. r , l r' ' ity ' Ch'm'n, Board W. R. Jones. Clork Olla Cobb. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. .! . J OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR FOR PRESENT YEVR '. County Board of Education Ef ft. Howard, S. S. O. C. Diy. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. ' Routo 6. Div. No. 2. H. C. Lake, Fordsvllla Dlv, No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, Djin.-do- o. - .1 1 , Dlv. No. 4 Dlv. No. G Robt.Goff, Roalno-.- . Otis Stovons, Bcavor Nat Llndloy, Confor-tow- n. i.f ' ' Dam. Dlv. No. C I ,-- This? County Board of Exnmlnors: E, & Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mdklff and " Ira Jones. Teachers Institute Sept. 13th 17th. EXAMINATIONS Pol-so- and 15 at Hartford, Beavor Dam and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Examination nt Hartford, (Whlto). Common School Diploma May 14 May 28 nnd 29 County Tonchora Exnmluotlon at Hartford, (Colored). Juno 18 nnd 19 County a.ncTSlnto Teachors' Examination at Fortlavlllo,' 1 1 IP'Wk-'--' A -- jii'i?S?sv''.ii' (White). Juno 25 and 20 County nnd Stato Tcnchcrs Examination at Hartford, (Colored). ' Sept. 17' nnd IS County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). 'Sept. 24 nnd 25 Countyand State- Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Ks'-7j : I 1 2Ji tofjen tfjeg toere come tnto tlje fiousfe, tfjep jSaiD tije noting cfjilb Mtfy iSlarp fjisi mother, an& fell boton, anb Ujorsifjippeb fum: anb tufjeit tfjep !jati openefo ti)tit treaure, tfiep pveenteb unto fjim sifte; golb, anb frankincense, anb mrtlj. Matthew II : n. 9ntr London, Dec. 18. Wireless trans mission at tho rate of 100 words'por minute is now being achloved by the use of a machine which automatically prints the messages by a spcclnl transmission apparatus. The prlnting-machlnis the Invention of the creator of the Creed system of printing telegraphic messages, lit passed tests successfully during the transmission of press dispatches from Geneva to London during tho opening days of the League of Nations meeting. o Every "Woman Wants kt 4&A Mothers v' l?OR PFDQrfcMAf UVf?li:wr7 cluntma and gonJcidtl twf. SaeleFreo. 30c. all dwsp'ita, or m.rij by V5?y- - 1 n Pailon roUtl Comaaoy.fiorton. Mm. Dissolved in water for douches (top pelric catarrh, ulceration and Inflam- mation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkham Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for natal catarrh, sore throat and (orooye Economical. Mm citiionSauy vermp:u ge Fnr fno PhilIron Fashioned contin-uouauio I A Safe Old A CLEAN A SEND-AWA- Remedy for Worms country farmer lad was writing a letter to a city Jrlond. Having no dirty ono other envelope than that he had carried in his poclcet for quite a while, he used it, but annexed aS-er- y Where Christmas Comes From By T. C. HARBAUGH 4. From the land of song and story, Angel-ke- pt s Where the lily in her the Queen of Judah's clime From the village of the stranger Where the infant Saviour lay, Cradled m an humble manger, glory-Reign- N4ta, at" tho end of his lelter:- "P. S. Please excuse tho envelope J The American lied Cross last year Ifwas clean when It left my hands.' turnished $51,000,000 to Boys Life. Europe. witr-strlck- Eieetrie ifS:rs FOR KIDNEY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE Haat.. Seventy. fivo vents la the beat letli. monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little onea healthy and happy. 30caboule at your drusti.t'a or general .tore; or if your dealer on'l lupplyyou.wndhiinatno and 30c in aiainna and we'll end you a boiile promptly, E. & S. FREY, Balikwc. Hi. K SO (rnl m Succeed vhen everything else falls, i In nervous prostration and female I weatnesse- - they are the supreme remedy, at thousands have teatlfled. m 9 and old as Time, vjiXSxfsSi&isiKmmmsT. OaiSekeift Cry for Fletcher's S3 it is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. WILL YOU, TAKE OUR l- .4 Christmas comes to us today. , grew the flow'rs From the fields where -v ' Where His childhood flitted by, Where He spent the fated hours 'Neath the burning Orient sky, And from where the roses scrambled Over hedge and mossy wall, Carnetincr the naths He rambled. Christmas comes to greet us all. Kedron still its- song is singing Tn tho fni- ofF Orient sea. And the tuneful bells are ringing In the old year's jubilee; Children pluck the lily blowing jjpjpjji On her ever graceful stem, lowing 'And the lazy herds are On the plains of Bethlehem. Where He trod the paths of sorrow, Where He felt the wound of thorn, Where He longed the brighter morrow Dawns the holy Christmas morn;. Where the gentle day discloses Happiness on land and sea,' 3Di Once He blessed the gentle roses On the shores of Galilee. Aye, from humble hut and steeple In that land that lies afar. .Rise the anthems of the people To the glowing Christmas Star; There is told the olden story How amid the scented nay, Christ, the Saviour, came from glory Upon earth a first Christmas day. Set the bells of Christmas ringing It is time s best jubilee, For to us again they're bringing Messages from oversea; Let the hearts of all be lifted, Hope the fiercest tide can stem; Let the darkest clouds be rifted, Christmas comes from Bethlehem! 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Santa Clautt "Do You Suppoie I'd Better Try Any o' Them NewFangled Stunt? Or Had I Juit Better Stick to Old Dancer and Prancer?" old 5alnt. "You hntrcd, should have been nround when I tried It first though: THEN they. NEVEH would go right It has taken me a whole week to get them to go where I Want them to. "You see, It was rather hard at first, nnd rather had. too. If I sent a Bled to Willie Jefferson, nnd It went flop right down the chimney of tho elder Miss Jones, now, well what on earth would the elder Miss Jones do with a new, shiny, ' & d flyer? i "But I got them to go right nfter a while. I shall use the parachutes In some cases, but mostly I believe that I shall go right down the chimney as usual, with tho pack. It only takes a minute. rAnd if something SHOULD go wrong with the parachute, you well, I'd rather not think know what might hnppen." I "Doesn't look as If a storm waa coming, either," suggested the Man From the Newspaper, to get tho diS' i crcuton back to tho reindeer ana i sleigh question. No Room Except on Top. I Santa "No. It doesn't," admitted Qiaos. "That'8 Just what started ma practicing. You've no Idea what a terrlblo Job It Is for those poor rem- rtnnr in hnnl n henvr lond Of tOVS across a roof when there Is no suowT It simply tires them to death, go, If fur-coate- d steel-frame- " ! n H AWAITING THE VISIT OF A VERY DEAR FRIEND H I'V--V' Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED vc ? I? HARTFORD, ,i KENTUCKY . y IybSbbkbWJIvIjb I w-vrcTre 1 ujk rvHA75rv-w- ., fry aannt ; 3 . &mm L TLrr .?. v Jiff 1 ' " I' caB - - buSbbwK? j4BBBk S i 3 . r 11) xjb?-- - W'fiWMH IJ bbbbbbbtw - &wl . ... Lir3w I bbbbbV e ASXIi f S7 KBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBbV BkrHN '1.11b 1 Mi f"M 20 STHjLS, 100 GALLONS HOOCH TAKEN IN RAD Huntington, W. Va., Dec. 18. One of the biggest "moonshine" raids in the history of Southern West Virgin-l- a, extending over a period of nine days and centering In Logan County, was reported here tonight by Frank Adkins, state prohibition officer Seventeen prisoners were taken, and twenty stills, one hundred gallons of moonshine, five thousand gallons of mash and forty pints of bonded whisky were confiscated by state and federal officers. Nokes I smoke nothing but quar, ter cigars. Jokes Is that so? Then It must of indigestion. Take a dose of HERBINE be because you can't find any half In such cases. The pain disappears cigars to pick up. Instantly. Tho bowels operate speedily and you feel fine, vigorous and Price 60c. Sold by Ohio cheerful. m County Drug Co. Heartburn Is a symptom C ASTO R rA Infants For and Childrea During the first half of 1920 $400,000 worth of purebred American livestock was sold In South In Use For Over 30 Years Always bears the Signature of ffvrf Vi&yZ74Zc&k & S Ne wJEs&SSSa II W;V 1 wonderful teddy bears, and trains of brightly painted cars, nnd bags of candy, nml slsntes. and little carts, and sleds, nnd picture books, and all tli'o hundreds of other things that $ery jouugstcr, In the world Is waiting for. Sho paused In her work for n moment and looked over her glasses, "So ydu want to seo him. Ilumm, humra. Ha doesn't Uko much to talk or bo Intery lowed, Just about this time, you know. What do you want to sco him about?" Jt'he Man From the Newspaper cleared his throat. "Oh," said he, "I Just merely wanted to ask him how ho Is going to get around, In case ieto Is not enough snow on the roofs for bis sleigh." .. Not Behind the Times. Yell, I never; that's Just what he !ms heen fussing about himself fot the past two weeks. Hut the thing Is al settled now. Everything straightened out Why, ho Is out there In tho back yard now" practicing with his ulr.."Alrplunor cried tho startled Man From the Newspaper. "Yes, airplane. That's what I said. Ho Is going to try out an airplane this year." Mrs. Santa reached oer and picked UP n beautiful, doll nearly two feet high, -what I shall do to get that 'i wonder In," sho mused aloud. "But ho has always used reindeer, always, always," entured the Man From tho Newspaper, when he had xecoered from the shock, "Of courso.bo has, silly," replied young .Mrs. Santa Clans. "Uut, my dear suppose tha,t Just because roan, do yoii Ware up fit tho North I'olo hero we are behind the times? Nof n bir of -dark-hairerdsy-chceke- d OODNESS sakes alive, what a tlmo good oia snnta CInus Is having theso dnysl" Mrs. Santa Claus was busy packing up dolls, nnd Of course he may uso tho reindeer as usual and the sleigh, If the snowIt. storm that he has ordered from tho North Wind turns up on time. But we've decided that If tho storm doesn't nrrhc, It will be tho airplane." One Question Barred. " Sho suddenly "You see Its stood up. "Why doo't you go out Into the back yard and talk to him yourself? I think I hear the motor now. I guess Hint he will tell you about that come when there Is not enough snow on the roofs. Mind you don't ask him any curious questions though. lie hates curious questions, you kno7, questions such as wo havo been listening to this past week, like: 'What am I going to get for Christmas?' People don't know. Heavens on earth, what a chorus of that kind of questions there Is now I Folks ought to know that they must Just wait Run along now, I'm busy." Tho Man From the Newspaper went out Into the back yard. " he "Brrrrrrrr rrrrrrr rrrrr heurd above his head. He looked up. There sure enough was an airplane. It was tearing around In a mad circle, with Santa Claus sitting on tho top of one wing and holding on for dear life. There wns a row of chimneys set up on the ground, and, as the flying machine roared over them, Santa Claus would lean forward and kick a lever aud down would drop n doll, In a parachute, or a boy's book, or a pair of furllned gloves, or something else. And every single one of tho parachutes would go right straight down a chimney. Parachute Mistakes. After a fQW minutes the mnchino enmo down to the ground and Santn Claus climbed out. "Wheuuu. That on his was terrible," said hands. Hand Klsslno Observed, "Do they always go right straight Tho young Armenluns..on Christmas down .tho chimneys?" asked tho Man " visits to their Fro"nj ho Newspaper. day, pay "" ' '"NOW they do,' replied the white- - elders. ker-plo"huud-klsslng- with me. TO Just use the plane." "Is It much faster?" asked he Man. From tho Newspaper. "Faster? I should say it Is," said St "It's a pretty big old Nicholas. world, you know, even If some of tfeso scientists ,do deny It Maybe they wouldn't bo quite so sure If they had to make n trip nil over It every Christmas, as I do. I have to be In Franco nnd America nnd England all at the same time almost, you know. Only about five hours difference." "Why do you ride on the top of the piano?" demanded the Man. "No room Inside, that's why. Just tnke a look at that plane, youny man," said Santa Claus. Tho Man walked over. The plane was Just Jammed, crammed, packed with box6s nnd bundles and packages. "It's only the first load; all that," explained St Nicholas.. "I have to make 24 load? In nil. liens? Surely. There they are. hung up over there on tho wall of tho house. My old sleigh bells, of course. One has to bo economlcnl. though, these days of high prices nnd everything." , Joke on the Children. "I am simply going to tie the bells over the plane nnd let tho wind ring them. Of course you understand about the reindeer. If It really DOES snow they're trim ns ever. There's Prancer and Dancer thero now, over by the fenco eating moss, "Won't It be a Joke on tho childrei, though! No one will dream, when they hear the drone of an nlrplane motor above the house, that It's me, will they? I can seo Uicm all waiting, tucked In their beds, listening for the sound of the reindeer on the roof. And thero won't bo any reindeer at all. If it doesn't snow. 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Shaving Sets $1.60 to $2.50. Shaving Mugs, Cigarette Cases, Xmas Cards, and Seals, Xmas Books for old and young. Excellent Line of Babies' and Infants' Toys and Dolls the best assortment in town. Rocking Horses, Carts and Animal Toys in abundance. Our Christmas assortment of .TOILET WATERS AND PERFUMES in all the superior odors, was never more complete. We are .headquarters for at prices from 15 cents to $5.00. We have a complete line of t . " BOX-PAPER- H Columbia Grafonolas Record s P; and Si ii Hand-painte- .! China. i siibient to vour lnsnpnt.irm. Cnll nnrl hnvo thorn We have many other appropriate mas gifts too numerous to mention. Our prices are all right. We invite your 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. Perculatprs and Silverware a large assortment. The most complete Toy assortment ever brought to town. Sleeping Dolls, Leather Goods, Cut Glass, Imported, Japanese, d f1nmnm-fi.otn,- II d i THE OHIO COUNTY DRUG COMPANY (Incorporated) HARTFORD, X1VJA .ROUTE 2. i - KENTUCKY ! scirwx:'; ' s K-i.W- ll3sr J. C Craig o Owensboro, filled xis regular appointment at Mt. Car-sa- al Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Cecil Rhodes and Miss Nell "TisBlnlon, too popular young people aT lids community went to Hartford Sararday, TJecemTfer 18, and were TLolUsd In marriage by Rev. R. E. They were accompanied by Mr. .aadilrs. S. B. Wigglnton. Mr. Edwin Blair Is on the sick list. Mr. and lira. G.C. Whlttaker mado "Sr business trip to Hartford Monday. Airs. Jennie Bell, Mrs. Ida King, Iflu "Walter Blair and Mr. and Mrs. e Cundlff and children went to Owensboro Tuesday. Mrs. Cundlff jaod children will leavo shortly for "Eraiisvlllo, Ind, whero they will parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed. Mr. James Bartlett and family have amorsil to Mrs. Flora Balrd,'s faim, XLtxr Bcda. Mr. Tyler will occupy fc&a house vacated by Mr. Bartlett. Jtfr. J. M. Paris will move to In a few days. Mc. Charlie Johnson Is visiting ZKiksrs. Eugene and Harry Mayfleld. 33r. and Mrs. Calvin Kirk and little son. of Colorado, are visiting relatives zsc tills .place. Mrs. Laura Patton, who has been sick Tor some time, Is better at this Fu-kote- x. sr ro .- " stVko on the H rtfpra road, ?irtreVcornerr-- stone, thence 'with bouifded as foUows: u ...m. n. ,m Jnlng thonco with said road 50 feet to hor mm n 7.1 n fii k nnina tn n tnnn ..!, or "Gum Bolls" aro danger-- another of Lily B Pirtle's corners, al- -' provements thereon In McIIenry, Kyla J,tak,uthen" r.l!?(nl!!fM;ai! . ..v v. ??!". ? S!rJ!e.'B ,fonl?ri,J,,1Sn rjus. Tkw aro continually swallowing 60ltuc'aVcnco and .ahh nn nt AV" Northeast niok"? Of I. P.the Intersection ofthe county i 8"".e - B .. "- -of ".i"".'"?. 01.. "". ""I.... Each " "1 IJT.SL is deaaiy poisoned pus. -, v........ . . . n, "" ami ...i uo .ciju.iou u nuutlifnl ot food carries this infection stono: tlionco with his no S 85.5 rnuiicollntv juno l'B inuncutoeast wuu lao bonds lramoillntQlv tne road feot a siaKe, !nYoPtB purcuubor win ... ,n after salo i. i. i..i , It Lowers vital!-- y .,! Cm? tho stomach. 8n,d road and will, security to bo approved by the U the !10rUl 8,do acres more or es which invites cancer ot the thenco commissioner, payable In six and Also another tract or parcel of land cor".eM0. Fn.uk. Pnman; m ifl. ttivnnt nrwt ctmnnnli Ttlnli- - and described as bearing .huiiu iit.-- t iuci wn buiu iwi- - twelve months, nn nS...interest at IQIIOWS, i l,n thence uml feet t hetfa. Tuberculosis, PueumonjalL Lying and being In Ohio County. ' man to ntake;the easUJlno 125 Jano the rata ot not of n 4Btako ,n the force and effect of a Judgment. Ky.. nnd being a part of tho land own- with ' Stevens and bounded as ?tJJ! thence south thQ BBld street A lien will tin rorninni nil inn mnn Allows: " beglnnlnKi B0)d noro,n ,0 furUl0r gecurd tho pay. fmt roqueutly rosulls from continually! Beginning at a stono in Clarence containing ono half acre; being a part ' mnt of said bonds, Given under my hand, this the 13th Pirtle's lino, running thenco S. 10 E. of a tract of and conveyed to tho swallowing pus. bank Contral Coal and Iron Co., by tho day of December.O. 1920. A mouth con talnlng decayed teeth 8C poles to two elms and ash on same Render Coal Co.. by deed dated Sept. j MATIN, M. C, OTTO horoughfnw: thence doiyn 9. poisonous laboratory, which sends M. Uf Heavrln, Attorney. na ,t nieanae to a Uollow Bycamo, 21st, 1881 and recorded Hi deed book a r7S "I" amiTW sdTteth with security to be approved by the I 5m.mjLsL0"tr.' ?"e. J? 5 .. a"Court 15th day of December iweivu iiiuiuus, uuuiiub imprest, ui intj i 1921. - this the Irate of 6 per annum, to have tho PHOTOGRAPHY. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. I force and veffect of a judgment. A Woodward and Kirk, Attys. I will bo at my homo in Hartford, uen will be retained on the land sold December 22nd to Jan.. 5th. Will be herein to- further securo the payment Donas JLVSTER COJIMISSIOXER'S SALE. glad to do naythlng I can for you in or Given under my hand this the 13th my .line of work.' day of December, 1920. W C. Blankenship, et al., Plaintiffs. Yours truly, OTTO C. MARTIN, M C. vs: Notice of Salo. M, L. Heavrln, Attorney. EMORY SCHROETER. W. R. Chinn, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order RESTAURANT of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, enMASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. tered In the above styled action at the court, term, 1920, Ohio Circuit Court. Have purchased Minton's Restau November me as Master of said Commissiondirecting Mae Reid, Admrx. etc., Plaintiff rant, next dooi to Taylor & Morris' er to sell tho hereinafter described vs. Notice of sale. . Garage. Will serve hot lunches at property for tho purpose of paying Armilda Reid, et al., Defendants. By virtue of a Judgment and order all hours Nice line fresh groceries. the cost of this action and cost of this salo, and dividing tho balance of tho at teVrdlntVe above styled action at ,ts proceeds among the parties entitled thereto, except out of the interest of November 1&20 term, directing mo aa 20tI Alverda Brown he will pay to W. C. Master Commissioner to seI the here- -' inafter described property for tho MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Blankenship the sum of $300.00, It said Interest is sufficient, it not, ho purpose of paying the Indebtedness of will pay to the said Blankenship the Ohio Circuit Court, the defendant, J. N. Helton, amount- -' Interest of said Brown in said prolng to $2500.00, with interest there- - Q. B. Brown, Administrator, etc., per annum from j on at the rate of 6 Plaintiff. ceeds, and out of tho nterest of Clio's. September 20, 1919, until paid, and I vs. Judgment and Order of Sale, Wm. Chinn, nnd Raleigh Chinn, he will pny to W. C. Blenkenshlp the the payment of the costs of thl3 ac- - Malcom Wise, et nl., Defendant. writing. sum of $100.00, It they have that ,i ..in r,, tlnn and thn prist of thin Rnln. nnd n - ...inrr.n dividing the balance of the proceeds. of salQ entered ,n the above styled ih'ntv"B?Vh?nX"i.PaLlS PUBIilO SALE. " ,u,ny'and, the defendant, Armilda action at the November term. 1920,la,d . Y.?. of tne ohlo Clrcu,t Court Meeting ' ,nay-haOa Saturday Deoembor 11, at 1 IIOIU in 5iw n?oedl l wSf of Reid as their Interests may appear mo as PJ.oceea; v cttock, p. m at the residence of tho Bale at pubnc outcry to the Mafie.T Commissioner of tho f public will Z;ZL . .maaZZ K" nnd b8St b,dder at tho Court Ky., I M&0St L, tL Sale Win. F.' Acton, Hartford, the House door in Hartford. Ky.. on Mon- in Wnrtfn,,! described Hnn0n Htill offer for sale to tho highest and nt tho hol'lay. January 3 1921, (It being the 192l', lpay,"e tfh1,n,eb,t,?dnes31 '"l1 Ky.. on 3rd, test bidder, a lot of lumber, brick, it being Monday. January the regular estate tho fjrgt day of tho regular term of th6 the first day of shingles, farm bell, tools and machin- Ltorm of tho Ohio County Court, at C09t of administration together wlth'ohlo County Court), at one o'clock ery, carpenter's tools and chest bo- - about the hour of one o clock p. m., luo tU01, Ul iucou'u dui A, p. m., upon a creuu oi six aim twuivu wl11 oIfer for 8al at Pblic outcry, months the following described real aHAva u Jot of other useful articles too upon a credit of six and twelve tne highest and best bidder, at tho estate situated nnd being in Beaver mouths the following described real aamerous to mention. estate, situated in Ohio County, Ken- - Court House door in Hartford, Ky., ; Dam, Ohio County, Kentucky, togeth- A. C. ACTON, Adm'r. on Monday, January 3rd, 1921, it er with the improvements thereon, tucky, and bounded ns follows: N On the waters of Green River, be- - bolng tho first day of the regular i and bounded as follows: Wm. F. Acton, deceased. Ono lot of ground in Beavor Dam, ginning at a stone on bank of tlior- -' January term of the Ohio County at oiichfnrfi. T.nenn Stnvfins' rnrnnr! Court, at about the hour of ono Ohio County, Ky., conveyed to the BENTAL NOTICE. L. of thence down the thoroughfare as It o'clock, . p. m., upon a credit of six party A tho first part by an A T. Bar-. .. . .. 9 A rnnitvA Iti A i tt Hovr is tho time to havo your Don- - t iiieunuers .10 uaruara r.. .. v. ...... anu .twelve monius .. ouuuz vinous r, lnlr ' lime, me ioijow- - nnnl i an nf to. Winter Is coin. coiner; thence with same and Wash 'lng described real estate, lying andM,aRe,100, Ohio County Clerks offlco, nE work attonded - a host of bacteria Into the elementary fmrt Tknv mniHniv mniiv ftinii gain access to the lymphatic system ana are carriea to me distant organs, Soft spongy and bleeding gums give warning of approaching abscesses. Lady Attendent. Yours respectfully, DR. CHARLES It. LAYTON, Bank Bldg. Rockport, Ky Ofice opens :3U a. m., closes p. m.. promptly. Emerson Stevens' corner; thence with - No. 2, page 469, Ohio County Court hi line N. S5.5 poles to a stone in- Clerk's office." Pirtle's line; thence with said linen The purchaser will bo required to N 65 E 20 poles to the beginning? execute bonds immediately after sale containing 14 acres, more or less. with security to be approved by the ' Being the same land convoyed to Commissioner, payable in two equal V. R. installments and bearing Interest at the decedent, W. D. Reid, by Stevens and wife, Imo Stevens, by the rate of 6 per annum, to have deed dated September 6, 1919, and the force and effect of a judgment of rcord in the Ohio County Clerk's and a lien will be retained on tho office in deed book 58, page 27C. land sold to further securo the pay- The purchaser "'V. "Iment of the purchase price, (. mmX- -' :: ': r j - " - jZjf,-- - Ci. .J m r rW i J m . - . w ' vKX'i'r .. 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