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The Hartford republican: December 31, 1920 The Hartford republican 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 hao1920123101_sn86069313 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. The Hartford republican: December 31, 1920 The Hartford republican Barnett & Milligan Hartford, KY 1920 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. i The Hartford Republican Fine Quality Job Printing. VOL. XXXIII CABINET MAKE-U- P Devoted to The Interests of All The People of Ohio County. FRIDAY, DECEMBE j U-1- Subscription $1.50 per Year 1920. Ger- HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, mi&jlj JAPAN TO YIELD TO CALIFORNIA, REPORT L- -J V ed and thought an association of na- ELLISON GETS DEATH VESSELS OF NEW , tions now could bo built up independent of tho lcaguo machinery. Ho TYPES BUILDING PENALTY FOB MURDER BEING WORKED OUT suggested that tho greater powors bo linked by a notwork of arbitration treaties ns tho basis of tho now society and that a disarmament agreement A. T. Hert Mentioned For might bo consummated as the next Slayer Of Hopkins County Navy To Have Aircraft Carriers And Cruiser-stop toward world poace. Sheriff To Be ElecWar Secretary; Other As acting chairman of tho Senate Submarines trocuted Today. Prospects. Flnanco Commltteo, Mr. McCumbor also talked with the President-elec- t nbout taxation and tariff proposals. Washington, Dec. 25. Among the Madlsonvllle, TCy., Dec. 31. An Marlon, O., Doc. 28: :Aftor wcoks He held out littlo hopo that the presand consultation, ent session of Congress would db hour' and a half after tho trial of Leo 140 vessels under construction for of consideration President-elec- t Harding Is noarlng a moro than pass appropriation bills Ellison, negro slayer of Sheriff Rich- tho navy rire four types new to the ard Scott Hunter, was entered into at American battlo fleet, but long in use decision on Bovoral of his moBt lm- - and a budget measure portant cabinet appointments. Jt 11:30 o'clock Tuesday, the prisoner by tho other principal maritime" powhad beep found guilty and sentenced ors. They are the battle cruiser, of jnny bo said authoritatively that so MASONS ELECT AND INSTALL OFFICERS to dlo in the electric chair at Eddy-vil- lo which six are being built, tho scout iar no such decision has been mado penitentiary January 31. Troop or light cruiser, tho airplane carrier any suggestions that bo may have and Hartford Lodge, No. C7G F. & A. A, Kentucky National Guard, which and tho fleet submarine. dropped on (ho subject have boon of The battle crulsors will be of great .a tontatlvo and Indefinite-- nature It M., in tho annual session held Mon- had been on duty In the Court Houso Js equally certain, however, that In day afternoon of this week, among during and before the trial, was to speed, light armor, long, cruising rahis talks hero with leaders In many other business transacted received take tho condemned man to the peni- dius and strong offensivo armament, the ships being designed primarily walks of ltfo ho has Indicated clearly and approved tho report of the Fl- tentiary on the 3:20 o'clock train. Tho Jury which considered the ne- for ranging work ahead of tho main men are uppermost In his mind nanco Commltteo, which carried with what It Increase of tho Secretarys' salary gro's case was out only five minutes. body and for action at long range as ho asks for nefvico on tho make-u- p to 125. 00 per year; tho report of Deputy Sheriff Grant Cranor, who ac against vessels of their own class. 'of his 'official family. ThoflO who, have discussed tho ques- tho Board of Control and elected the companied Sheriff Hunter to tho ne- They are to have a speed of slightly thirty-thre- e knots (about tion with him intimately believe that following list of officers for tho en- gro's home in the Vinegar Hill dis- more than forty miles) an hour and will carry suing year: trict' .November 5, and attempted to appointments under very sorlous conh guns mounted two in a A. C. Porter, W. M. servo on Ellison a warrant charging eight sideration includo tho following': Russell Walker, S.,W. him with cutting his wife's throat, turretf" Charles B. Hughes, of Now York, The ten light cruisers also will J. A. Westerfleld, J. W. secretary of state; Charles a. Dawes, told .how Sheriff Hunter opened tho J. H.Patton, Treas. of Illinois, secretary of tho treasury; doorfand asked for Ellison and how function as scout cruisers. They will thirty-thre- e and C. M. Crowe, Secy. his answer was a load from a shot- have a speed oT John W, Weeks, of Massachusetts, enths Y. Hagerman, Tyler. 'knots and will carry an exJ. navy; gun, fired pointblank Into his body. s Will H -- ecretary of tho C. P. Keown, F. C. Hays, of Indiana, postmaster general, Two negro women who were In tho ceptionally heavy armament for veshouso and two negro neighbors cor- sels of their class, mounting twelve or secretary of tho interior HonryT n. n. Riley, M. Bd. of C. guns. They are designed to Mr. Porter, who was secretary of agri"Wallace, of Iowa, roborated the testimony. develop 00,000 horsepower, half that culture; Horbort Hoover, of Califor- Master, announced tho following apDate Fixed By Judge, of the battle cruisers. nia, secrotnry of labor; and Harry pointments: E. II. Sheffield, S. D.; Schapmlre, J. D.; J. C. RPey, negro, when tho warrant and W. F. The Alrcrnft Cnrrlcr Interesting. M. Daugherty attornoy general. How many of these actually will bo Chap.; A. D. Rlloy, J. D. All of tho indictment were read, pleaded guilty One of the most Interesting of the and took the stand, saying that he new types 1s the aircraft carrier .given places for which they aro now officors elected were present and thought that tho knock at the door Langley, formerly the collier Jupiter. Is a most prominently mentioned Judge C. M. Crowe who ha? bosn was that of negroes who had made This vessel Is being built along the question that even Mr. Harding him self Is not yet prepared to answer. secretary during tho year Just clos- throats against his life. Cranor said lino of the general board's policy that JVlrcadv several shifts havo been mado lug .reported that of the 166 mombors that tho light would have enabled tho aircraft carriers should be combatant . . In his tentative appointment slate as of tho Lodgot not ono naa lanea to negro to see who was In the doorway vessels whose speed and other charup to January isi, Attorney unaries acteristics will permit of their use Commonwealth's he has workod his way toward a pay an uues balanced and harmonious cabinet and l'n record porhnps unoqualod by few, Forguson in a brief speech asked for with the fleet at sea. The Langley other changes nro expected before if any lodges of all the fraternal e tho death penalty. Circuit Judge will carry in tho neighborhood of fifIganlmtlons within tho State. Carl Henderson fixed tho date Imme- teen planes of both tho sea and mililast decision Is made ' diately upon tho rendition of'the ver- tary scouting types. Tho ship's flyIt Is certain that for several of tho dict. a AM oHUKl, jilacs mentioned tho ing deck will consist of a huge platA Jury was completed at 11:30 form, fifty-si- x has moro than ono man under confeet above tho water TO ASK FOR CREDIT o'clock, after tho examination of forty line, extending from bow to stern, a sideration and that tho list of seven possibilities given here is far from Can't Meet Bills On Present Income men, and it was announced by Lewis distance of about 525 feet and with Nlsbot and Tom Flnley, appointed by an amidships complete. In regard to most of tho width of sixty-fiv- e So Will Seek to Have Tay-the court as counsel for the negro, feet. Tho planes will be housed becabinet posts decisions may bo Mcnt Deferred. that at tho conclusion of tho evidence low on tho hangar deck when not In for several weeks and tho inof the Commonwealth they would for- use and will he carried to the flying tervening period of dojlberatlon may By H. B. HUNT. upon tho deck in elevators. mally thoir chnngo tho whole faco of tho problem Catapults will be Washington, Dec. 25 Undo Sam's mercy throw court. client of tho and make ono guess at tho present incomo of $8,000,000,000 or so durprovided on the flying deck to proTho troops with the negro arrived ject the planes into the air and give .moniont as good as another. ing tho next two years will bo Inhero unexpectedly at 5:15 o'clock this them the necessary momentum for a A. T. Hcrt Considered sufficient to pay bills falling due morning. It was thought that the start. Arresting devices will bo rigMr. Harding's selection for secre- within that time. prisoner would come in at 8:30. A ged on the flying deck to permit of tary of stato and secretary of tho Ho is like a man with a growing manner. landing directly on the deck whilo treasury, however, aro expected to bo famly, with food and shoos and cloth- - crowd was avoided in this Th'o negro was taken to the Court tho Langley is" under way, while huge known definitely within a few days inc to buy and a mortgage-- falling no one but officials allow- cranes will also be Installed to pick and at tho same timo ho may make due Even tho ho reduces outlay for House and ed to enter. When tho trial was planes out of tho water. public tho name of one of two others food and clothing to the minimum, called tho, troops permitted the seats Beneath the flying deck other x on whom ho has definitely decided the saving won't bo enough to meet to be tilled with spectators but barred traveling cranes will bo provided to for membership in tho cabinet. his mortgage. others. Twelve soldiers were- - staAsldo from tho, seven names menWhat is ho going to do? The same tioned inside the doors of the court hoist aircrafts out of the hold sp'aces and for carrying them to machine tioned recent gossip about Harding thing tho Individual would undertake mort- - room and tho others throughout and shops, assembling spaces and to the Jieadquarters has brought to tho fore negotiate a renewal of his tho building. Shop facilities for repairs elevators. tho names of sovcral possibilities yjio gage in tho hope that, later, ho may around will Include a completely equipped Brother of Victim Present. .hitherto had been in tho background bo able to meet it. machine shop, wing repairing shop, This plan, which has the support of cabinet speculation. Among theso Adjt. Gen. Jackson Morris was in is Joseph Dixon, of Montana, promi- of' Chairman Fordnoy, of the House the courtroom durjng the trial. Capt. molding spaces ,a metal shop, and nently mentioned for secretary of Ways and Means Commlttoo, will en- John R. C. Norman, commander of various storerooms. An Ingenious method for providing the interior; Charles D. HUles, of able tho Harding' administration to tho troop, was circulating about smoke pipes without breaking the .New York discussed for secretary of reduce somewhat taxoa under tho rev- among his men continually. Robert commorco or tho treasury, and A. T. enue bill to be takon up at tho spe- Hunter, Mayor of Providence, Ky flying deck area is devised for the Langley. The ship will have two Ilort, of Kentucky, whose name has cial sssion. and member of the State Racing Com smoke funnels, ono on each side clear been associated with tho portfolio of Instead of having to pay some mission, brother of tho slain Sheriff, war indebtedness, as was in the courtroom. He urged all of the flying deck and war. Conflicting counsel regarding an well "as provide for current expenses the friends of bis brother not to do so that the smoke may always be dis.association of nations was given and tho Interest and sinking fund on any violence or make any threats, charged on the lee side and thus not .President-elec- t of but to allow tho law to tako Its courso lntorfero with tho landing or disHarding today by for-m- the romaining f20.000.000.000 supporters of tho League of Ver- public debt within tho next two years, No ono except those who entered the charge of aircraft. New Types Recommended. payment would bo doferred on the courtroom wore allowed on the secsailles. The fleet submarines building numSenator Porter J. McCumber, of maturing obligations ond floor of the Court Houso. Only sufficient taxeB would bo le Troops on the stairs kept tho others ber six. Six others authorized have North Dakota, who voted for unreof the Versailles vied to provldo the Interest and mon- down. The corridors, however, wero not yet been contracted for. Thoir served ratification principal characteristics will be a long to ey for the sinking fund. treaty, advised the President-elec- t Jammed. cruising radius, enabling them to acput the loague aside and try for a be In any, bettor Wo really wouldn't company the fleets under practically new deal all around in his efforts to condition financially, but the imme230 HAVE CLAIMED LOST poaco society, diate pressure would bo lessonod. all conditions, and now structural deform an international $5 BILL IN TWO DAYS signs to make them as nearly as posHearings on the revenue bill will be OBcar Straus, of New York, a forsible proof from depth charges. Tho suspended after the Christmas recess mer ambassador to Turkey and Berkley, Calif. Doc. 25 A ?5 bill worker In the treaty ffght, in order that the committee may de- was advertised as found by the Ber- submarines will be over 300 feet long took the view that the United States vote Itself to proposed changes in the keley police department yesterday. with a displacement of about 2,000 tons. The propelling machinery for .still should accept the loague In some tariff law, two days 236 persons have claimed surface cruising will bo two main next move bills will In Both revenue and tariff form and should launch its ownership according to Sorgt. Charles be hold back, however, until tho spo- - Becker. None was ablo to identity Diesel engines aft. The other Diesels for world peaco thru that agoncy. Doth expressed confidence in Sena - cini session under the Harding admin. the bill to his satisfaction. He still forward will drive electric generators which will provide current for the tor Harding's policy of seeking to . istratlon. holds It. two main electric motors to propel be takon an Interna Then the first mattor to unlto tho country behind tho submarines when submerged. Tho program but neither would ex- up will bo refundlug tho short-tertlonul estimated surface speed Is twenty WILL ORGANIZE LEAGUE regarding obligations outstanding. press publicly an opinion knots and tho submerged speed Is ton specific propoProsidont-elect'- s T.his taken care of, tho Harding adtha Next Sunday belngjtfh'e first Sun- knots. position to sals for a world concert as ho outlined ministration will bo in a In addition to theso new types, formulate a genoral fnancial program. day In tho Now Year.there will bo it to them. held In the Methodist Church at 6 Socretary. Daniels and tho general Taxation Is Discussed. P. M., by the young people, a meet- board have recommended tho conLOST, STRAYED OR STOLEN AUho ho was tha Reading Repub dog, with white ing to organize an Epworth Loague. struction during tho next three yoars d One lican supporter of tuo league mru un- i.nth ratification battles In tho Senato faco and broast, bob tall, white feet. All young peopla who are not mom - of threo other types heretoforenavy ! Tuesday 21, flndor return bors of any othor body of like na- known In the" United States Senator McCumbor said ho. regarded Left home cordially invited to attend, They are the destroyor leader, Jong the covonant as definitely rejected so to DORMAN HERT, Hartford, R. 2., turo are rango cruising submarines, and mluo - and receive reward. 27tl and become charter members. iar as the United States was concern- laying submarines similar to tho man PRESIDEN THLECT BECOMES SCOTTISH RITE CANDIDATE . lC-lnc- seven-t- six-In- ch ..... -- ii, or-th- Presldont-elcct.UiNCL.f- c. JJ.. od lnter-connect- ed or pro-Jeag- ue m liver-colore- Columbus.-'O-., Dec. 28. Presidentelect Harding will become a Scottish Enactment 'Of Law Barring Rite Mason January 6, when the CoAlien Ownership To lumbus Chaptor will confer degrees End Trouble. upon him. Senator Harding will bo tho only candidate. The work will stapt at .noon with conferring of tho fourth degree and end at 7:30 p. m Washington, Dec. 27. Declarawhen the thirty-secon- d degree wljl be tion was made tonight by Representaconferred. Presidents Garfield "and tive Kahn, of California, that ho McKInly were members of th Columreports were true that tho Japbus lodg. anese government, had withdrawn its opposition to tho recently-ratifie- d BAPTIST MISSION California law prohibiting acquisiBOARD IN SESSION tion by Japanese of tltlo to real estate in that state. The California reThe" Ohio County Baptist Mission presentative mado the statement after Board convened here Tuesday, in a conference today with Roland B. regular session, with tho smallest at- Morris, American ambassador to To-kl- o. tendance noted during a long time, due to the Inclement weather. Only Announcement was made by Reprethreo Ministers were present, Revs. sentative KaHn that a meeting of tho Birch Shields, of Cromwell; Russell California members of tho Houso had Walker and R. E. Fuqua, of Hart been called for Wednesday to dlscus3 ; Messrs. W. I. Igleheart, Central ford aspects of tho negotiations now being Grovo, J. M. Ross, Centertown; Alvln carried on between the United States Ross, Walton's Creek and Win. Fair and Japanese governments looking to Hartford ,woro also present. ward a treaty defining the rights of Japanese nationals in the United States. TWO DAYS TRACTOR Would Affect AlLAUcns. SCHOOL FOR FARMERS The principal matter to be taken up at tho conference, Representative A two-da- y tractor school for all Kahn said, was the proposal that tho Ohio County farmers who either own California Legislature be asked to ena tractor or are contemplating buying act a substitute for tho recently rationo will be held at Beaver Dam, Ky., fied law. The substitute would proby the Farm Engineering Division of hibit any alien from acquiring land In the College of Agriculture, Univer- California and would thereby remove sity Monday and Tues- tho original objecton of the Japanese day, Feb. 21 and 22, according to an government that the present Caliannouncement made today by County fornia law is discriminatory. Agent, M. L. McCracken. The courss While details, or even the genoral will bo given free for all those who plan, of the proposed treaty havo not care to take it and will include lec- been disclosed, under an agreement tures on Important subjects relating reached by the two 'governments In to tho care and operation of tractors undertaking the task, it is understood followed by laboratory work whore that the Japanese government has in- those taking the courso will have an 'dicated that it would not object to opportunity to work with different any reasonable limitation of tho makes of machines and apply" the in- rights of Japanese In the United formation given in the lectures. States so long as there Is no discriThe course will bo under the direc- mination not applying equally to othtion of Earl G. Welch, extension er aliens. ... . worker in tho Farm Engineering DiConferences are said to have been vision. Mr. Welch will be assisted hold with tho California delegation by County Agent M. L. McCracken, In Congress to ascertain whether several local dealers and representa- state might not be willing Itselfthat to tives of tractor companies who are remove any discrimination embodied with the College of Ag- in the Webb law or the referendum riculture. Several makes of tractors measure adopted at the last election. will be available for study and tho It has been suggested that California-migh- t Instruction so designed that those enact a state law that would, who take the courso will become for instance, prohibit entirely the more efficient operators. A set of holding of real property by any alien. lahtorn slides and fllmq are a part So far as Is known tho question of of the equipment used in giving the conferring civil rights upon the Japwork and wherever possible these are anese In California or in any other used In the lectures. state has not arisen. It Is understood All subjets relating to tractor care however, that protection has been and operation including adjustments, sought for the Japanese in minor repairs, carburetors, ignition whatever property rights they may al and lubrication will be dealt with in ready have acquired under the laws the course. The working principles and treaties In existence, altho tho of all the various machines will be principle of prohibition of addlton-- al studied and demonstrated. A bookacquisitions may bo recognized). let entitled "Helpful Hints To TracTho conference held by Mr. Morri to tor Owners" will be distributed wlth the California representative is those who tako tho work. understood to have been in accordance with a suggestion made by tho JOE ELLIS LODGE In ELECTS OFFICERS State Department that leaders both houses of Congress bo consulted Joe Ellis Lodge No. 473, F & A. M., with regard to the proposed treaty,, in the annual session held Monday with a view to obtaining approval provisions-o- f elected officers for the ensuing year. from Congress for various the pact, when it is completed. Master, Rev. In the, absence of the R. E. Fuqua, of Hartford, who still These consultations are understood in that to have Included conferences with malntalnes membership lodge, presided. Following Is a list Senator Johnson, of California, tho only member of tho Foreign Relations of tho officers chosen: Committee from the Pacific Coast Z. King, W. M. states, and Representative Johnson, S. W. Earl Norrls, chairman of tho of Washington, Benjamin Sharp, J. W. House Immigration Commltteo. Secy. ' J. L. Massle, m G. H. Patton, Treas. XMAS TREE AT SHILO Tyler. Claude Jackson, Appointed: Bud Sharp, S. D.; Gon On Friday night December 24th Taylor, J, D at the close of one of tho most suco cessful schools ever taught at Now GLOOSIY DAY A.T DOORN. 25 Tho Oklahoma School house, our teacher, Dec. Doom, Holland, Christmas celebration at the House Mr. Claud Park, and pupils, with tho of tho patrons, gavo an of Doom last night was Interrupted by the serious condition of the for- entertainment, and Christmas Tree, mer Germnn empress, who suffered at Shllo Church, (the School house being' too small for the occasion) a new attack of her malady and t' former emperor had to excuso him- which proved a success in every way, Tho Xmas tree wus beautifully decoself to go to her bedside. morning there was a rated, the entertainment line, and orOn Christmas distribution of gifts to the staff and der was par, excellent, Santa Claus, to a few of the country gentry who thinking It more blessod to give than wore guests at tho houso. One of tho to receive, distributed his presents gifts was a painting said to represent among young au't old alike. Many 1 le "fraternity of nations," which was hearts were mad) to rejoice, and It will long bo remembored by all prespresented to Count Yon Bontlnck. Prlnco Frederick Wm. ent. All are looking forward for anwas expected to urrlvo hero somo other such event next year ONE PRESENT. time today. be-llo-ved Ex-Cro- yi an ""ir .Uff' re3 Manser: tX&M?"&tB jflp,V ? Bit fc portion of the pcoplo ns nn Invariable-ruln STRAY STREAKS nnd guide for tho faith and practice of tho remainder of tho pcoplo (By Flukb McPluko.) Published Weekly 1y j can nover result In anything but &ARTFOHD PRINTING COMPANY dlssontlon, turmoil and vdlsastcr to ' tho cnuso of thoso responsible, for Incorporated We've got Bat Nail this morning the law's onnctment. A good and and wo wish wo had tho Itch Instead. lasting causo in bohnlt of chrlstlanl-lt- y XV.'H. TIN8LEY, Editor Is not attained thru the nets of Ed Barrnss nnd Lem (lights goBusiness Malinger. mid legislatures. Tlioro nro peoplo, lots ing out, can't sec, zytqpk (20a! $ thoy como again, Entered according t6 law at the of 'them, who consclenclously hold (330c;-("GhcPostotflco, Hartford, Ky., as uail that n day other than that which wo as I was a saying Ed & Lem conmatter of tho second class. observe is in 'truth tho seventh, and found the luck, thoro they go again, therefore the teal sabbath day, and, Oh! what the 'Is tho usa anyhow? tc to Impose our will upon that class Address all communications Clio Hartford Republican. would bo the grossest of Intolerance Wo had n grapevine wireless from nnd highly unjust to them. When our old friend Tom .Stevens of Con-trNOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS one commits no act of personal City, yesterday and ho said that upon his neighbor or fellow-ma- n while John Henry Thomas was In Subscribers desiring the paper sent to a new address must give the old either of body or character, or vio- Loulsvlllo, and E. Y, Park In address In making tho request. lates no equitable law, In our hum- Hartford, he, Tom, wns ablo to lead Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c pqr lino for each ad- ble opinion ho has done but llttlo, if a moderately decent and respectable anything, for which ho may rightly life. ditional Insertion. , Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards bo prosecuted. In other words, we of Thanks, lc per word, and Cc for In a country whore personal It procures our nanny to have a each head lino and slgnautro, money believe freedom of speech, action and conduct friend tell us that ho or she has a (n advance Church Notices for services free, Is, or ought to be, supreme, so long nlco, big, fluffy bowl ofE. NOGG nt but other advertisements, lc per as one does not wrongfully Interfere his or her homo, and that he or sho Jr word. Inwould be glad to glvo us a whack nt Anonymous communications will with the affairs of another. Every a perfect It, nnd if we nro in the office about dividual ought to have receivo no attention. right to worship Deity according to 15 minutes later ho or sho will call the untrommeled dictates of, his own and accompany us to tho said home, TELEPHONES conscience, or not to worship, If he so there to "partakevef the aforesaid v 59 Farmers Mutual happens to see things in that light, nogg, tho tlmo being 4:30 pi m. And 123- Cumberland or as we might say, fails to see tho wo wait and wait, and then wait light. Teach and convert, for we 8omo more, finally being called by OTtniAY, .DECEMBER 31 doubt tho desirability of legislation, our wifo at 6:45, with an insatiable as by that method tho gulf or chasm desire to know just what on earth is Will this new fangled Idea of two may bo so broadened between tho two keeping us at the office so bussed wives for each Son of the Soil aid In extremes thnt much valuable ground late. Wo sometimes wish wo didn't tho "Back to the Farm movement?" may be lost by those who seek tho have any nanny to git. good of all. mm A friend (?) yes, so styled, sent us It Harding don't select a Cabinet, ISIKS ELIZABETH MOORE a nice looking, apparently young pos Electing with the entire approval, of TO ENTERTAIN S. S. CLASS sum a few days ago, dressed In tho the Times and Courier-Journa- l, 'and latest stylo, tho It wore no fur. Wo do it now, or soon thereafter, we are carried tho varment home and finally, Miss Elizabeth Moore will oIng to vote tho Republican Ticket her Sunday School Class of the on yesterday, wo Induced our wife to Uhe next chance we get. We hunted Methodist Church, in her homo on cook his possumshlp. 15 Tho proposition of the Chicago Au- Union Street tonight, from 8 to 12, around, nnd finally procured 'about ts worth of sweet taters and oththorities to create vacancies in the in a watch meeting. Tho class is 15 ranks of Captain and Lieutenant, in composed of very largo boys, or quite er things .usually found with a possum the polico department, to be reserv- young men, fourteen in number and dinner. Cooked, yes brown and to ed for the" "Cops" who bring down each member of the class Is to pro- a queen's taste, that is to tho eye, but, .highwaymen, Is a move In the right vide himself with a guest, which Is by golly, that durned possum was a 10 direction and meets with our hearty to make the attendance 28. It is rabbit. It jvas frozen as stiff as a presumed that 14 or one-ha- lf of the corpse when brought to me and I approval. company are to be young ladies. did not, In my elation, examine It carefully, and the wife did not know Good, clean, screened coal Is adthe difference and would "have been vertised in this Issue for ten cents SENIORS OP BEAVER DAM bushel, at the mines. We do not HIGH SCHOOL GIVE PLAY truly glad It she had known that It Ser was a cottontail instad of what she .xnako mention of the fact to particularly attract attention to the ad, but Rescue of Prlnco Hal," a thought It was. I'll 'got oven with '.'Tho simply to note the reduction of thirty-thre- e play, was presented by the Seniors that big stiff if it takes all of my d per cent in the of Beaver Dam High School last Fri- time up to the year 2000. and m cost of nn article used more or less day evening. It met with great sucDeep-seate- d coughs thaUreslst ordiIn all homes' of this section. Coal cess. Each person was especially moving at 10 cents Is much better suited for the part he played and each nary remedies require both external than coal under tho ground or In .the did splendidly. Erwln Casebler, as and intornal treatment. It you buy i tipple at 16 or even 20c. There are "Prince Hal" made a great hit with dollar bottle of Ballard's Horehound parts, but thoy aro old heads at tho i BASKET BALL LEGION NEWS. Syrup you get tho two remedies you game and tho High School teams canscores of other persons and concerns tho large audience. not bo expected to surpass them. Tho in this section with hundreds of items The prize, a diamond ring, given in need for the price of one. There is a High School team do- - Hawesvlllo boys are Tho All-StAmerican Legion legislation has of common necessity upon their the popularity contest was awarded Herrlck's Red Popper Porous Plaster talked of, as bo-Ifor the chest, tree with each bottle. feated tho Ohio County Club on the .shelves, under and behind their coun to Miss Rose Austin. the comers ot Western Kentucky been drawn up In several departments m local floor, Tuesday night, Dec. 21st. and tho Beaver Dam Sold by Ohio County Drug Co. ters and In warerooms who would do m squad by Its de- for presentation to legislatures. In" Render and K. Barnes from Beaver cisive victory Saturday night has Iowa tho Legion loglslatlvo commltteo (well to accept a smaller margin of TEACHER SURPRISED. Dam, Ray, from Fordsvllle, will put and vTroflt and movo before It becomes ROOSEVELT PORTRAIT Robertson and Crowe of Hartford earned a placo among tho big semi-pr- persons forward a blllo to punish wearing tho American Legion Impossible to do so without the inof tho state. Mrs. E. C. Calvert, who closed her emblem without authority. Other evitable crash certain to follow In fourth consecutive school at Stony FREE TO ALL SCHOOLS composed the winning team. jmany cases, we fear. Tho local floor will bo dark after Iowa bills included provide a stato Point last Friday, together with her Judge P. D. Simpson, of the KenTho Hartford town team lost a fast bonus pupils agreeably was surprised tucky Court ot Appeals has arranged game to tho boys from Hawesvlllo the first of tho year and unless some vlco, ot $15 a month during ser- and legalized boxing.contests. Considerable agitation is abroad In when patrons "olectrlcal arrangements" nro mado, of school the portions of the land for a revival of gathered at the School building in for every school room In Kentucky Friday night, by tho score of 28 to 16. tho games henceforth will have to bo Tho Arkansas legislative commltteo to have a life size portrait of Theo- Tho Hawesvlllo boys however, didn't played what is commonly termed the "Old the forenoon, bringing well-tille- d In tho afternoon or on tho has a bill for converting tho old stato dore Roosevelt, free. succeed In getting out ot the county courts ot opponents. capltol building into a memorial. Tho 'Bluo Laws," or enactment and rigid baskets tor a general spread of good On tho portrait is printed the last without losing their scalp. The .fast, Indiana department will press legislaenforcement of laws fQrblddlng any things to eat, which were much en tion permitting votorans tohavo their Splendid Cough Medicine. and all activities, other than, you joyed by all present. Mrs. Calvert message of Col. Roosevelt on Ameri- Barnes aggregation ot Beaver Dam, canism sent the night before he died, trimmed them good, 33 to 8, Satur"As I feel that ovory family should honorablo discharges recorded might say, religious worship and by was the recipient of many valued January 5th, 1919 thru the American day night. know what a splendid on In lines kindred thereto. presents. medicine county officials freo ot charge. A Judgo Defense Society, of which o Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is, I measuro will bo Introduced into tho Wo wish to state that we heartily Tho day was given over to recita Sampson Is a member. Colonel Tho Hartford Legion- - team went am only too pleased to relate ray ex- Minnesota legislature making Armis.favor observance of the Sabbathr tions, declamations and general Roosevelt said: "There can be no to Greenville Thursday night, Dec. perience and pnly wish that I had tice day a stato holiday. willtul desecration should not boin-dulg- speech-makindivided allegiance in America, a man 23rd, and played the Legion team pf mown of its merits years ago," Tho American Legion will enter In by any one, but after all, writes who conies to this country and that place, losing 23 to 19. The Mrs. Clay Fry, Ferguson Station, Mo., 1921 with practically 10,000 posts, it Is, as wo see It, a matter for each Do You Enjoy Your Meals? a citizen in fact, should be Barnes team of Beaver Dam again "I glvo It to my individual to decide, for himself. A children when thoy according to tho estimates based on enjoy your meals treated on equality with all other demonstrated If the art of goal tossing show tho slightest symptoms of being tho latest figures. During theweek man's conscience is most generally your 'you do not digestion is faulty. Eat moder- citizens. But a man who pretends to and walked away with tho Greenville croupy, and when I havo a cough or ending Deceanbor 10, fifteen new his guldo, and so long as It Is followately, ed without Interfering with his your especially of meats, masticate be an American and also tries to bo Legloners, Wednesday night by the cold on tho lungs a very few doses posts woro added, which brought the food thoroughly. Let five hours something else should not be al- overwhelming scoro of 41 to 5, nelghbor'3 legitimate plans and afat will roliovo me, and by taklnc it for total to 9,930. Arkansas led wlthf a fow days I soon get rid of the threo ppsts. Tho Womon's Auxiliary Beaver Dam. fairs, it is exceedingly hard to stop elapse between meals and take one of lowed to remain in this country." Immediately Chamberlain's Judge Sampson requests all teachcold." or change him by laws of equity. It after supper Tablets will soon m in tho samo poriod obtained twenty-seve- n and you find ers and Superintendents of schools now units, raising Its list to Js very evident that no sot of men can The Hartford High girls lost to m to with him in interesting tho Caneyvllle girls Tuesday DUKEHURST Four new units, gained by tho possibly legislate religion Into their your meals to be a real pleasure. night. m the school children in this work ot Score 23 to 8. The gameness ot tho Now York Department, placed that follow men. Love for the Master t, Americanism.. Every school room in Hartford Kittens was Mr. Troy Profit, ot Bowling Green, department In tho lead for the week. does not como that way. We aro, as HARTFORD TO HAVE offset by tho 'State .may faavS a Roosevelt por- mlklness FULL TERM SCHOOL the a matter of course, enjoined to reof tho Caneyvllle girls. Wil- spent tho holidays with Mj Ray Foreign posts added recently aro at trait size 20x24 inches free, if tho liams, Hartford's star center, was Cornell. " Chuqulcnmata, Chtl, and Guatemala member the Sabbath Day, to keep it Mr. Charllo Bishop Is visiting rela- City Guatemala. holy, but it is no less a command to Notwithstanding tho fact that the school chlldrpn or parents in the erlously handicapped, playing the en"lovo thy neighbor as thyself, and School treasury Is to loio. a goodly school district will have the portrait tire game with a sevorely sprained tives at MasonvlHpv. "" Miss tfolpha WJiobroy, or .Rock-to do good unto those who desplteful-l- y portion of its revenue by a late de- framed. Ono condition is that when wrist. Three hundred volumes covering the portrait Is framed It shall be hung port, is visiting friends ln'thls viciniuse you, and to turn tho other cision of the' Court of Appeals, due the field of American actlvltlos In ty. choek to bo smitten etc." If our to action taken by patrons and friends with appropriate ceremonies In which Tho Hartford High boys defeated the World War havo boon received Miss Alma Bauchn snont-las- t wnnfc- neighbor does not love us as he does of tho school in the mass meeting the children should take part. It tho Ohio County Club the same night thru tho medium' of tho American' ' .himself, wo may say that It Is all his hold at the Courthouse last Tuesday would be well If tho parents wpuld by tha tuno of 34 to 16. Every man onU at Rockport. Legion Weekly as a start of a com- also tako part In tho ceremonies Mr. Thomas Smith, of Kronos. was ploto fault and he ought to bo prosecuted, night, and by further action and deon the High team played a good Legion war library, which will , here'tho first of the week. jailed porhaps for fallur? to com- cision of tho Board ot Education, it when tho portrait Is hung. game. be established In a room at National State Superintendent of Public. In- game Shultz played his first full . ply with the command and that ho has been definitely settled that theas a regular and' was right Hoadquarters. Tho collection of Heartburn is should sacrifice continuously to aid Hartford Graded nnd High school struction Georgo Colvln heartily np- - there- With tho EOOfls. srettlne thrnn Indibooks Includes volumes dealing with proves of this plan and requests that us, notwithstanding we squeeze nnd is to be in session, as originally schedgoals. Crowe plied up his gestion. Tako a dose of HERBINE the history of units from companies all teachers In Kentucky wrlto to meld defraud him with ovory opportunity, uled, the full nine months. , customary scoro, throwing six field in such cases. The 'pain disappear tp divisions. It contains tho proor that ho should stand up with his msianuy. xne Dowels operato speed- ducts of hand'iyesses In" French and Presuming that the Board knows their respective County Superinten- goals. ily and you feel fine, vigorous and hands behind him or pointed toward whereof and by what means tho full dents stating tho number ot RooseGerman print shops as v?ell as moro Price 60c. Sold by Ohio ambitious output the; sky, whilo wo smite both cheeks, term is to be niado possible, wo un velt pictures which they will under Tho local High has, by far, cneertul of leading Now take and jltfleaat one tlmo each, we don't, hesitatingly and with pleasure, con- ; hung. to havo properly framedSoclo- -l the best team in this or adjoining County Drug Co. m York publishers. The American Defense neither can wo believe that the Law- gratulate tho community that tho way ty furnishes tho pictures free, Coun counties. In the near future the giver literally meant that normal has been found to overcome what so ty Superintendents nro requsted to team should tie up with some ot tho beings should do thoso things. recently appeared to be. the o. high schools of Western Kenwrite to Robert Appletou, Former lurger Jf bo, thou tho road to tho Pearly Treasurer, American Defense Society, tucky. Henderson, Hopklnsvlllo and Gutes is oven stralghtor and narrowmm and 11G East 24th St., New York CUy, Paducah all havo fast teams er, than wo have believed, and there ONE.POUND BABY IS stating tho numbor ot portraits neces- should tho locals be ablo to arrange should bo laws onactcd compelling IN "ROBUST HEALTH" games with them and defeat them, sary to supply tho schools In tho inen to literally observe, at least by This is the last day in which to tret vour dot? and auto- County. There will bo no expouso in which thoy can do it thoy continue Abilene, Tex., Dec. 29 A, all outward npparances, thoso threo to play tho brand ot ball they havo mobile lite-siz- e Licenses, as the law requires you to get your license and scores of others, for pound baby, born Christmas, night to any way for theso wonderful boon playing, It will go far towards matter of that. Tho cnactmont Mr. and Mrs. W." II. Prultt,' of this portraits, dono by a famous artist. putting Hartford High on the map on or Derore tne 1st day ot January of, each year, so get tho displays and attempted enforcement of ovldonco of robust athletically. your licenses and save the penalty. n, tutes based solely and entirely upon health. The child is kept wrapped in FOR FLETCHER'S and by tho religious sentlmont of a cotton, and takes nourishment W. C. BLANKENSHIP, The Beaver Dam boys have tho few, or ovou of a groat lorly fasted basket squad around theso County Clerk, .tford Republican ii ZElMMMK3M'r I f ! WALLACE i DUNN ro ul REDUCTION SALE BEGAN And Closes February I, 1 ry I . F. ' i : Saturday, November 27, 1920 IQ2I i ; L 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. r DISCOUNTS AS FOLLOWS: Overalls, 20 per cent Discount Harness, 20 per cent Discount Shoes, per cent Discount Rubber Goods, per cent Discount ... six-bi- All other goods are subject to a per cent discount except Feed, Flour and Groceries, which are net. one-thir- WALLACE & DUNN Cromwell, Ky. ll'IIBMBM'M'lIIBil' ar os I1! , n i V car-Tyi- ng cd g. es 1,-5- 'r I) " V h ' - r t h hu-ju- an unsur-mountabl- FINAL WARNING! i I i ( sta-,olt- y, w Oh.il &r,e Ory Jy CASO Ri A - MIds Mildred Hall, of Luzorno, U o. We Thank You ... .We want to express to our cus- tomers aud friends for their 'liberal patronage during the past year our sincerest thanks. We have endeavored to be fair and impartial in all our dealings. We deeply appreciate your assistance in helping us to make 1920 one among tKfc. best. On January 7th we inaugurate our big CLEARING SALE. Ydu will receive the big folder later. It will pay you to attend. Wishingtyou a happy and prosperous New Year. We ,are veiy truly, 4? J '(' ' -- jj 24gHyGb, t?i The Hartford Republican a i 31 FRIDAY. : DECEMBER Mr. S. I Dyers, of Routp 1, Horse Branch, was In to wn yesterday .- The dance given at the nick last Friday night, was well attended Tho best place to got the best Queenswaro Is. at ACTON BROS. , PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Just received Salt. Dig lot of barrel LOST Ono black Hound, with tan W, E. ELLIS & BRO. legs, finder-returto JESSE RAINS. n Wo pay cash every day for egga and W. E. ELLIS & 13RO. poultry. Hartford and' receive reward. 27tlp T Miss Louise Phipps returned yes terdny to Detroit, Mich., after spend ' E Y. Park, of Central City, spent ing a text days" hero with her.parents tho.'.vreek hero with relatives. pt Bowling Morgan O. Hughes4 Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Burns spent last Green specialist with thp1 Extension week-en- d In Owonsboro, the gilosts of division will be hero January 4th, in tho interest of tho dlvlson,. rnlntlvna "Prof, and Mrs. Roy Foreman reCollins returned to turned Tuesday from-- Narrows and Greenville, Tuesday, after spending vicinity, where- they had spent a few a few days hero with her parents. days with relatives nncLfriends Miss Loureno . Cattle Supply continues of small volumo and few changes noted In prices 'on any class of stock. Fairly Miss Virginia Lafltorwassor of this active demand for prima light butchplaco will return tomorrow, from er stock at prevailing rates. Medium Leltchflold, whoro she hrs b?en tho and plainer kinds unchanged. Light guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. D. V. Hancock, volume of business transacted in tho a fow days. feeder and stocker division. Common stockers especially slow said. Weak COAL FOR HALE Plenty of clean, undertone continues in heavy steer screened coal for sale at 10 cents per division, with tho arrival" of very few bu., at tho Howard Old Mine, on the heavy stoers so far this wock. Good ' 27t2 clearance noted; Coal Bank Hollow Road. n C. F. WHITMAN. Quotations: Prime heavy steers $8.5000; heavy shipping stoers Mr. nnd Mrs. R. L. Tweddell and medium steers $G.50G7.-5daughter, Miss Nolllo, of Hillside, light steers $5.50 C.50; fat heifroturned yesterday to their homo, af- ers $6 8; fat cows 6 7.50; meter visiting relatives hero and ad- dium cows $405; cuttor3 301; jacent to town a fow. days. cannors $202.75; bulls $100; feeders $5.5"o7.50; stockers $3,500(5-5- 0; Mr. Russell Plrtfe will leave for choice milk cows $55070; meDetroit, Tuesday, going by tho way dium $30W."0; common to medium of Frankfort, whoro ho will visit his $20 0,30. sister, Mrs. Vernon Llgon and Mr. Calves Prices advanced 50c. Best Llgon for a couplo.ot days. veals $12012.50; medium to good $G08; common to medium $305r your account with Remomber Hogs Prices showed a quarter deWILLIAMS & DUKE is now dup and cline on all weights. Reports from wo would appreciate it it you would outsldo markets indicated' further come in at onco and settlo same. losses. Best hogs 90 pounds nd up WILLIAMS & DUKE. soldat 10.25; 90 pounds down $9; throwouts $8.25 down. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bradburn and Sheep and lambs--Fe- w changes daughter, Miss Vada of Sturgls, re- noted. Best lambs quotable from $7 turned home yesterday after visiting 09; seconds $4C;,best fat sheep $3 Mrs. Bradburn's aunt, Mrs. S. T. Bar-no- tt down; bucks $2 down. and Mr. Barnett-- a few days. Produce. Local produce dealers quote buyM,r. and Mrs. O. W. Soules, of ing prices as follows, net to shipper Terro Haute, Ind., after visiting Mrs. tho shipper paying freight' and dray-ag- o Soules mother, Mrs. Dave Thomas" charges. nnd Mr. Thomas, of Route 2, a fow Eggs 60c dozen. days, returned to their homo Monday. Buter Country 15 018c. Poultry Hens' 15018c lb.; large Mrs. A. Duncan, of Torre Haute, spring chickens 20c lb.; small 22 0 Hid., and Misses Minnie Lou and Mil24c lb.; old roosters 12 013c lb.; dred Camp, of Owensboro, arr'ved young ducks 24c lb.; No. 1 turkeys here Monday to bo tho guests of Mrs. 30c lb.; geese 18 20c-lb- .; guineas Howard Ellis, and M,r. El'.i.i, a few 30c each; young guineas 60c each. days. TOBACCO Henderson Avcracgs Low. Mr. and MrSj. C. B. Carden and Henderson, Ky., Dec. 29 Low avdaughter, Miss Sallle Emma, and son, erages were made on all tobacco C. B. Jr., will leave Monday for floors hero yesterday, when 63.5S5 Bowling Green, Florida, where they pounds sold at $6.70 a 'hundred lbs. aro to spend tho remainder of the There was very little good leaf ofwinter. fered, tho top price being $24.50. .The highest individual average was Mr. Cecil Felix, with tho North $15,03t Carolina State Highway Commission, Owensboro Prices Recede. roturned to his work Wednesday, af Owensboro, Ky., Dec. 29 There ter spending several days here with was "a sale of 227,465 pounds of Pry-o- r his mother, Mrs. James Felix and tobacco on the seven lose leaf family. floors ot Owensboro yesterday at an average of $7.02 a 100 pounds. This Miss Mary Polllck returned to her price was more than- - $1 under MonTuesday, after day's market. homo In Graham spending several days with Mr. and Mrs, ChauliQ,Lenohand.-famlJx,-,ShLTVIA, ROUTE 2. ' was. accompanied liome Virginia and Beatrice Leach, who will Mrs. A'. G. Hlnes and little son, remain in Graham until Sunday. Rex, are ;spendingi a few days with friends and relatives near Bells Miss Susie May will leave hero Run. tomorrow for Diznoy, Harlan CounMr. and Mrs. Walter Blair and ty, where she goes to take charge of children spent Sunday with Mr and of trie Black Mountain Hospital. Miss Mrs. John King. ' May is a trained nurse of considerable Miss Carrie Mao Wlgglnt6n':and"j exporlenca and rare ability and tho cousin, Mr. Scoba WjBglntonwaro management of this Hospital are to spending the holidays with friends at ;bo congratulated on securing hor ser Southerland. vices. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Alexander and nnd Mr. Williams. 0; : spent from Monday until Wednesday with hor sister, Mrs. S. A. Williams', LOUISVILLE MARKETS oAbout One-Eleve-n nX 5 cigarettes JUST an The American bacco Company has served public with fine tobaccos many years. It commands 111 inside word about To- the for the B experience and skill to prepare and know good cigarettes. ,, The 'American Tobacco Company, would not give the address of its horde office as the name o a new cigarette if it d id not believe that the blend would please you. Finally ' Sfefi? try them Yi qr BJ tsr I ?ZV ,7 . 0 Jht JhxAJLt&ct' 2 which ratnj tint if you don't like '111" Cigirettei, you can get your money bicfc from thf deuer. a. J n..BMHaiti1 rr DBBBeaiiiioDDaBXBQaiioaaaBDBnB g 3 S3 H g Colds 3x Headache Black-Draught "For years W2 bave used in our family, and I have never found any medicine that could take its place," writes Mr. H. A. Stacy, of Bradyville.Tenn. Mr. Sta- cy, who is a Rutherford Cotr.ity farmer, recommends BJack- n Draught as,a medicine that should be kept in every house- J hold for use in the prompt treatment of many little ills to pre- H vent them from developing into serious troubles. w m H m Q El THEBFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGH- 5 0 2 1 T s E3 ht. "It touches the liver and does the work," Mr. Stacy S3 declared. "It is one of the best medicines I ever saw for a cold and headache. I don't know what we would do in our family if it wasn't for It has saved us many I don't see how any family can hardly go withdollars out it I know it is a reliable and splendid medicine to keep highly and am in the house. I recommend never without it." At all druggists. ... Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht pm Accept No Imitations m mm MARRIAGE LICENSES. William Espey, McHenry, to Mur-ro- ll Main, McHenry. Robert Burden, Bannock, Ky.', to Donnio Pharris, Roslne, Ky. R. A. Camp, Roslne, to Louvenla Pholps, McHenry. Donnio Jones, Horse Branch to Vnnnle Wilson, Horso Branch. Kclloy Jones, McHonry, to Georgia Nance, McHenry. Clellan Brown, Nnrrows, to. Beatrice Marlow, Fordsvllle. James Raymer, Grayson County, to Sarah Aldrldgo, Butler County. H. W. Curnmlngs, McHenry, to ,May Fulkerson, McHenry. Elsie Helfner, Hartford R. 7, to Ethollne E. Smith. Hartford, R. 7. to Arglo Hardin, Centertown,. Eva Blshopf Centertown. Corba B, Fulton,. Beaver Dam; R, 2, to Nettie Smith, Rockport. d children spent the with relatives at Owensboro: A number of young folks from here attended the show at Owensboro wek-en- Saturday night. Mr. I. S.' Mason anil family will move Into Mrs. Fannia Blair's property soon. Mr. and Mrs. .Ernest Patton, Mrs. Gilbert Bell anil Mrs. "Duck" Regans spent the day Sunday with Mr.and " Mrs. G. C. Whlttaker. Mr. Edwin Blair has received a pair ot 'New Zealand rabbits from Mr. Bonnie Blair, of Miami Arizona. T'r week-cndher- Beaver Dam High School SECOND TEEM OPENS jJ. : w Mr. Earl Barnes returned to Ohio,, Wednesday, after spending several das here with his parents, Mr and Mrs. D. H. Barnes. Mr. Calvin Her, of Columbia, Md.',' has been the guest of his aunt, Mrs. Miss Emily Pendleton went to fCasko'y Bennett, and family, this Owonsboro yesteiday, to be tho guest week.' of Miss Anna Laura Hays, at a house party. Miss Ruth White, of Salem, Ind., arrived here yesterday to spend a few Mr. Shelton Alford, who lias been days, as guest of Miss Elizabeth in Detroit, for tho past few, months, Mooro. Is back, mingling with friends at Beaver Dam. Mrs.-T;.Renfrow, of Cynthlana, 'spent from Sunday until WednesD'ANNUNZIO' 18 Good Top Buggy for sale GABRIEL ILL, ROME ANNOUNCES day here, the guest of Mrs. Minnie -- priced to sell. W, Leor London, Dec. 25 Captain Qabrlel E. E. BIRKHEAD. Miss Cliffle Felix, of tho RockpQrt d'AnnunzIo Is ill, according to a Homo Graded School, la spending the holiMr. Charlie Ward, Clerk with the dispatch to the Central News. The days Kero with her mother, Mrs. Workingmen's Compensation Board naturo ot his illness was not disclos James Felix. at Frankfort, came home tor the ed. re- holidays, returning Wednesday. M,r. and Mrs. Jeff Watterson DOMESTIC SEItVANT turned to tholr homo In Ashley, 111., v RECEIVES 9500,000 Mr. Victor Willis, a student in tho Wednesday, after spending a tew days dontat college ot tho University ot relatives. hero with Boston, Dec. 28. The domestic Louisvlllo, Is spending the holidays service ot Agnes McNevln in tho famiwho" was here; to vlth his parents, at Beaver Dam. Otis Howard, ly of Mrs. Mary Gilbert Knight Is to spend tho holidays with his parents, Misses Mabel and Pauline Ashler, be rewarded with a legacy ot $500,-00- 0. Tuesday, recallreceived a telegram ot Evansvlllo, Jnd., are spending their The executors ot the will of ing him to Loxlngton. Christmas vacation hero with their Mrs. Knight tiled a petition in tho father, Mr. Elmore Ashley, and Mrs. Probafe Court today for "leav,o to Mr. and Mrs. Finis Wallace, of make final distribution of the propTuesday, to Ashley. ron, Ohio, arrived hero. erty, reporting that all specific pub. remain wlth friends and rolatlves Mrs. A, M. McCrackon, of Louis lie and personal bequests aggregating near town, until, spring. villa, the guea,t ot her son, $198,000 had been paid. The estate and children, Mr, M, L, McCrackon and Mrs,, Mc was worth $697,932, they ropArted, Mrs. James Prltcbard fow days Crackon, during the past several days. leaving- approximately $500,000 tor of Louisville, aro spending a She will probably return to her home tho former servant, who was named with Mrs. Prltchard's parenis, uuv. Saturday or Sunday, residuary legatee. Mrs! U. D. Bonnott. and r" A, f ' Steu-bonvllo, . has-been . Edward Ford, of Louisville, spent with his sister, theMrs. Hoyt'Taylor, and Mr.- - Taylor. Monday, Jan171921 m GET DOWN AND HITCH The following prices are in effect at my Livery Barn: Hitch, 20c Hay 20c; Corn 15c; Hitch, hay and Corn 50 , cents. E. E. BIRKHEAD. CENTRAL GROVE. People ot. this community think Christmas was a day late this time, as It did not seem, like Xmas until the snow tell. Miss LucllfiT Barnard, who has been very 111 of pneumonia, Is some , An accredited High School of the "A" Class.' Special course for teachers entering at .mid-terdesiring to meet the requirements of laws. '" ' Teachers' training, work preparatory for exaraina-- . -tions. ..- Length of Spring Term 4 ''',,. .. "" -. and ' recent-school- months. Board and. tuition reasonable. c - c better. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Brown and son, Elbert, and Mr. and "Sirs. Everett, Porter spent Christmas with rela V , tlves at Central City. Mr. John Tanner, ot Centertown, visited friends and relatives ot this place, the first of this week. Miss Nellye Hostler, a student ot Hartford High School, Is spending tho holidays with friends and relatives at Centertown. News has been received here that Mrs. Dolb.ort Barnard, who went to Colorado several months ago for her health, is not expected to live moro than two days. Mr. Powell Tichenor, who Is at tending school at tho State-- University,' " WARREN PAYTON,Supt, Miss ELIZABETH DAyjDSON, Miss SALLY HENRI gOLEMAN, Assistants. BEAVER DAM, KY. is spending the Xmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alney Ttch- onor. Mr. J. W. Roeder made a. business trln to Lexington, last week. The Infant on of Mr. and Mrs. Elvis Tichenor died December 25th, and was burled tho following day in Cen tral Gr6ve Cemetery, " Roy Roeirer, of Midway. Missed Qola Bennett, Geneva Howard; Messrs. Wllllo Fuqua and Willis Miller, ot Hartford, spent last Wednesday with Mrs. Lesllo Stewart.' Mrs. Carrie Martin and children are vlsitbg her brothers, Willie and I A ' ".''' V ' .! Av ;LWMMMf- t- ?-- " ly- ,- -il v MiM II il Hinillf'TiWi'mMrWM 22r3TS;jfc r I Clothing Department Our Men's and Boys' Suits, Overcoats, Raincoats, and odd Pants, are everything that it takes to make a real good line of clothing. At the prices we are offering our clothing you can't afford to miss this sale. MEN'S SUITS 1 OUR Q $7.45 7.95 fl BOYS' OVERCOATS Boys' Regular $12".00 Overcoats, Sale Boys' Regular $12.50 Overcoats, Sale Price : ... Price H BH BBK'SrS mHQm H 1 1 h l One lot of Men's Suits in Serges, Staple Worsted and Fancy Cassimeres for young men and old men, regular $30.00aand $25.00 values, your choice of the lot for . . . .$15.95 Our Regular $35.00 Suits, Sale Price . 24.95 Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular Our Regular $b.uu suits, oaie rime... $40.00 $45.00 $50.00 $55.00 Suits, Suits, Suits, Suits, Sale Price Sale Price . Sale Price . Sale Price . a.m 29.95 32.95 36.95 39.95 MEN'S OVERCOATS w 4.95 Price Men's Regular $9.00 Raincoats, Sale 6.45 Price Men's Regular $15.00 Raincoats, Sale 9.95 ; Price Men'sHegular $18.00 Raincoats, Sale 12.95 Price Sale Men's Regular $20.00 Raincoats, 13.95 Price Boys' Reg. $10.00 Suits, Sale Price. A 7.45 Men's Regular $25.00 Raincoats, Sale ' Boys' Reg. $12.00 Suits, Sale Price. 8.45 17.95 Price Bovs' Reg. $12.50 Suits, Sale Price. 8.95 MEN'S ODD PANTS Boys' Reg. $15.00 Suits, Sale Price. . 10.95 Young Men in need of a fine Pair of Bovs' Regular $17.50 Suits, Sale Price 11.95 Sale Price 12.95 trousers at a big reduction in price must see Boys' Regular $18.00 Suits, our showings. Boys' Reg. $22.00 and $20.00 Suits, 14.45 Young Men's Pants, Regular $12.00 Sale Price $8.45 value, Sale Price One lot of Boys' Regular $15.00.Cor-duro- y 8 to 18 years, Pants, Regular $10.00 Young Men's Suits, ages 6.95 7.45, value Sale Price Sale Price Boys' Regular $7.00 CorduMen's Pants, Regular $9.00 Young One lot of 6.45 value, Sale Price roy Suits, ages 4 to 5 years, Sale ' 4.45 Young Men's Pants, Regular $8.00 Price 5.95 value, Sale Price BOYS' MACKANA COATS Regular $7.50 Pants, Sale Price 5.45 Men's Men's Regular $6.00 Pants, Sale Price 4.45 For Boys' from 12 to IS years old our . $7.50 Men's Regular $5.00 Pants, Sale Price 3.75 Regular $15.00 Coat, Sale Price . We have some Overcoats, in this sale at prices you haven't seen for over four years. Our Reg. $9.00 Overcoats, Sale Price . $ 6.45 Our Reg $10.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 6.95 Our Reg. $12.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 7.95 Our Reg. $15.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 10.95 Our Reg. $28.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 19.95 Our Reg. $30.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 21.95 Our Reg. $40.00 Overcoats, Sale Price 29.95 One fine Leather Overcoat, reversible, a wonder at $75.00, Sale Price . . 39.95 BOY'S TWO PIECE SUITS BOYS' RAINCOATS One lot jof our Regular $7.00 Boys' $4.95 Raincoats, Sale Price MEN'S WORK COATS Our Regular $7.00 Work Coats, Sale $4.95 Sale Price Regular $5.00 'Work Coats, Sale Our 3.75 Price MEN'S MACKANA COATS Our Regular $15.00 Men's Mackana $9.95 Coats, Sale Price Our Regular $9.00 Men's Mackana 6.45 Coats, Sale Price MEN'S RAINCOATS Moon Brand Slickers, our Regular $6.45 $9.00 value, Sale Price Men's Regular $8.00 Raincoats, Sale Will Close Satu m Beginning Saturday, January 1st, At Big Rediictk The final slaughter of prices to convert this entire stock intq cash ' we close our doors and our business ii The Prices we are making on our merchandise in every departme ahead. Anticipate your needs, and buy for immediate use vested. You realize that it is impossible to put this mammoth stock in this items of interest. But every item in our stock is on sale. We invite you to come and see for yourself the good things we arc use to vour advantage. It will be a pleasure to serve you during MEN'S DRESS SHOES It is needless to say that wo havo no shoddy shoes In our stock and when It comes to High grado real good shoes, nobody can boat us and at reductions recorded below you aro safe In buying shoes for next year. Our Men's Regular $ftj.00 Shoes, Salo DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT Medium Weight Brown Domestic, at per yard Heavy "Weight Brown Domestic, at per : yard First Pride Bleached Domestic, at per yard . . . , Hope or Introducer Bleached Domestic, at at per yard Calicoes, Black and One lot of Loom-enat White checks, Pink Chambrays, per yard Tobacco Canvass, medium Weight, at per yard Tobacco Canvass, good Weight, at per yard Dress Ginghams, One lot of Loom-enBeautiful Plaids, all good styles at per yard Loom-en- d e percales, One lot of lights and darks, at per yard One lot solid Bluo Golden Rule cheviots, makes a splendid shirt, at per yard e fancy shirting per- One lot of cals, High Grade, at per yard One lot of Bleached Htick Crash, a hummer, at por yard t. One lot of Bleached Huck Crash, extra quality, at per yard Bleached Canton Flannel, our regular 25c quality, at per yard Unbleached Canton Flannel, extra heavy weight, our regular BOc per yard, at per "yard Indian Head, yard wide, our regular 50c per yard value, at per yard d d yard-widyard-widYard-wid- HOSIERY DEPARTMENT .10c Wonderful values in the Best Hosiery made in America, Wayne Knit Hosiery at clean up priced. CHILDREN'S Sizes CVi to Boys' Dross Shoes, SHOE DEPARTMENT 1 88 2 ;- to 11 11 Vi :.:.-;- . ' to 2 Also w will and Our Won Won Won Won i to 5&. $2.50 Shoes, 'Salo Shoes, Salo '. 12c 15c 17c 10c 3c Be Children's Regular 25cts. Hose at per pair Children's Regular 50cts. Hose, at per .7 pair j Children's Regular 75cts. Hose, at per Children's Prlco Prlco Regular -. ffr $1.05 2.15 2.25 2.50 2.(15 .10c 30c Children's Regular $2.75 ...... Price Our Men's Regular $12.00 Shoos, '. Prlco Our Men's Regular $10.00 Shoes, Salo 9.05 8.05 Salo 7.05 Shoes, Shoos, Shoes, ." pair'. -- - .50c 10c 15c 15c 15c 10c ... . 15c 10c 10c 55c 30c " Ladles' Regular 25cts. Hose, at ' per pair Ladles' Regular 50cts. Hose, at pair Ladles' Regular GOcts. Hoso, .at pair Ladles' Regular 75cts. Hose, at pair Ladles' Regular 85cts. Hoso, at pair ,y?S Ladles' "Regular $1.25 Hose, art pair Ladles' Regular $2.00 Silk Hose, at. pair Ladles' Regular $2.25 Silk Hose, at pair . . . .' Ladles' Regular $3.00 Silk Hose, at " pair j Ladles' Regular $3.50 Silk Hose, at pair " per Children's Regular $3.00 ShoesjTsalo Price :"....'?.. Children's Regular $3.25 Shoes, -- Salo prico . . . ::!;.. Children's Regular $3.50 Shoes, Salo Prlco '. ;..'... Price Our Men's Regular $9.00 Prlco Our Men's Regular $7.50 Prlco . . Our Men's Regular $C50 Prlco Our Men's Regular $5.00 Prlco Our Men's Regular $4.00 Salo per .30c por Children's Regular 0.05 Prlco Prlco ' $3.75 $4.00 Shoes, Shoes, Shoes, '. . .: Salo Salo '. ;...'.. ". .. 2.73 2.05 Won Won Woi ..... Salo Children's Regular 5.05 Prlco .45c .55c .OOc .,:...;... per per per .OOc, por Salo 4.05 Salo 3.05 Children's Regular- - $4.25 Children's Regular Prlco $4. GO Salo . . 1 i. s.irt 3.45 Shoes, Shoos; Salo , Salo SOS! Shoos, Salo ,. $1.75 - Price .2.75 Children's Regular Price Children's Regular Prlco .y $4.75 $5.00. $5.50 $0.00 $6.50 Shoes, Shoes, Salo .'. . . ni Shoes, Salo . ........... . K boat gooi 3.0.1 .. - MEN'S WORK SHOES Men's Regular $15.00 Work Shoes, Salo 90.45 Salo 7.05 $10.00 Work Shoes, ."". Children's Regular Prlco Wld per 1.75' per O Off Price Men's Regular $12.50 Work Shoos, Children's Regular Prlco Chlldrons Regular Price, Children's Regular Shoes, . Shoes,,-- a.'.,... . Salo- Salo " rjfr .. M.: jj T Wld per .2.45 TABLE LINENS 72 inches wide, mercerized Table Damask, .-.j rr $1.05 ' e 10-- 4 Challles and Comfort coverings, our regular 4 Octal per yard value, at por yard . Pepperel Bleached Shootings, at per .. 25c ooc 00c our regular $2.50 per yard value, at per yard ,. . yaril Prlco Men's Regular Price . Men's Regular Prlco rMens Regular Price Men's Regular Prlco Salo 0.15 Salo 5.05 Salo 5.75 Salo 4.45 i... $7.00 . $8.00 Work Shoos, .' $7.50 Work Shoes, $6,00 Work Shoes, Vrrn Children's Regular Prlco . ' , Shoos; Shoes, .r.'V. Salo 5.43 Salo Wide $8.50 (f 0-- N Our Our Our MEN'S LEGGINS Mon's Regular 75cts, somo lace, somo with . metal side spring, Salo Prlco. Mon's Regular $1.50 Legglns, Salo Prlco Boys' Regular 7Gcts. Legglns, Salo Prlco 72 Inches wldo mercerized Tuble Dairfank, J I yard 9.4 P.nnerel Beached, sheetings, yarijTPj 7 10-- 4 f,,f.t.ii...tM... peiVu. at our regular $2,25 per yajd value, at ESC r. .. :...-..- . ,.',!" .i MEN'S RUBBER BOOTS & SHOES lien's Regular Rubber Boob, Sale Price Men'B Regular $5.60 Felt Boots, Salo Prlco Boys' Regular $3.75 Rubber Boots, Salo , Prlco Men's High Top rubber Shoes, a Regular $5.00 value, Salo Price Mon'a Best Arctic Overshoes, a Regular $6.6(5 """ Pepperel unbleached sheetings, at per Pepperel unbleached sheetings, at yard . . .:. ji yard.. . ... jOOc 68 inches wldoe mercerized Table.Damatkt ''"'' our regular $2.00 pof at pr yard 6t) Prjf vM'ie, $4.45 1.25 L T - 4 per' 32e inches wlUe YuJtfcerlzed Table Damask, our regular $1.50 per yard value, at lUtilliui.' ?? ; No Goods sent out on approva vxr- '50 05c Our E Joe - m 2.45x. 8.50 3.75 2.25 2.00 BLANKETS Our Regular $13:75 Wool Blankets'; Prlco Sale ..: ,A 7.15 per yard 58 Inches wide, mercerized Table Damask, & during our Fin Price Our Regular $12.50 Wool Blankets', Sale p Blankets, Our Regular $5.00 Wool-Knav Sale Prlco ...'...'.'. ; Our Regular $3.75' Cotton Blankets, SalA Price Balo Our Regulur $3ub Cotton Blankets, ; ,V Price 4 .$7.05 our regular $1.00 per yard value, at per yard 1 i r BOYS' DRESS SHIRTS ft,3 u.ua 2.515 1 .u.iiiiiu "llli ' Both ways, with collars attached and without collars, our regular $1.50 value, Sale Prlco Boys' Regular $2.00 Dross Shirts, Sale Prlco s $3.75 valuo, Sale Price Mon's $3.00 all Rubber Arctic Overshoes, Sale Price Men'a $2.76 all Rubber Arctic Overshoes, Salo Prlco Arctic Overshoes, Salo Men's 2.60 Half .- .$1.10 1.40 1.03 Prlco v Men'a $1.50 Sandal Overshoes Salo Prlco. . . . 1.15 Boys' $1.25 Sandal Overshoes, Salo Price,.. 1.00 E. P. Barae BeaerJDar l- - t V n K i j Aim'.i '"y (JREAT H1 Ready-to-We- ar LADIES' SUITS Only 24 Suits left. In fact we bought about two weeks ago, thirty-thre- e Suits that we sold regular at $80.00 and $85.00 apiece, that we have put on sale at less than half price. You will be surprised at the prices when you see the Suits. Be first to make a Department LADIES' CLOAKS Our Reg. $85.00 Cloaks, Sale Price .. $49.95 Our Reg. $75.00" Cloaks, Sale Price . . 39.95 Our Reg. $60.00 Cloaks, Sale Price . . 34.95 Our Reg. $50.00 Cloaks, Sale Price. . 31.95 Our Reg. $45.00 Cloaks, Sale Price . . 26.95 Our Reg. $30.00 Cloaks, SalePrice . . 19.95 SPRING COATS to a good dresser. selection. Our Regular $15.00 Suits, Sale Price .$10.95 Our Regular $28.00, $27.50 and $25 Suits, Sale Price 18.95 Our Regular $35.00, $32.00 and $30 Suits, Sale Price ....."....: 23.95 Our Regular $50.00 and $45.00 Suits, SalePrice 29.95 Our Regular $85.00, $75.00 and $65 Suits, Sale Price 35,00 SERGE DRESSES Serges, Georgettes, Satins and Tafetas. Eight Nobby Spring Coats that will appeal Spring Coats, $12.50 ay, Feb. 5, 1921 y J st, We Offer Our Entire Stock jdiictipn in Price. cintcjcash will begin January 1, 1921, and Saturday, February 5th, business in this place will be at an end. 4 . department will enable you to buy for at least twelve months Jiate use all you can use, and your money will be well in-y 25.00 Our Regular $22.00 and $20.00 Serge Uresses, Bale Price $14.95 WAISTS Our Regular $25.00 and $24.00 Serge Price reductions on Waist3 will sell every Dresses, Sale Price .,-16.95 one in our stock. We have a bunch'of beau-.tie- s. Our Regular $35.00 and $30.00 Serge Dresses, Sale Price 21.95 SKIRTS. Our Regular $40.00 Serge Dresses, bale .Price We have a nice assortment of Skirts in all 24.95 grades and your choice will be at a price SILK DRESSES that will guarantee the sale. Sale Price Our Regular $35.00 Sale Price Our Regular $38.00 Sale Price Our Regular $40.00 Sale Price Our Regular $45.00 .cue iriice Our Regular $50.00 Sale Price . . ,, Our Regular $25.00 Spring Coats, .- ;.. 17.50 Spring Coats, - 10 en Snrinrr flnnta 20.00 Spring Coats, 22.50 Spring Coats, ock jin this advertisement. ings we are offering. jrou tENT Also We are only giving prices on the main Take your time and select anything you can during our last sale in these quarters. ; LADIES' SHOE DEPARTMENT Women's nud young girls' rino Dross Shoc3 thnt will please the mogt exacting; all heels leathor3 and. colors represented. Otir Women's Regular $15.00 Shoes. Salo 1'rico 90.03 Women's Regular 513.50 Shoes, Salo ' Prlco . . .. 8.15 Women's Regular $12.50 Shoes, Salo Price 7,03 Women's Regular $10.00 Shoes, Salo Price 0.03 . Women's Regular $0.00 and $8.50 Shoes Sale Prlco Women's Regular $6.00 Shoos, Salo 4.03 . Prlco Women's Regular $5.00 Shoos, Salo , Prlco 3.05 Women's Regular $4.00 Shoes, Salo ' Price . . r. . . . 2.05 0.-1- Our Regular $10.00 Silk Dresses, Sale Price $ 5.95 Our Regular $12.50 Silk Dresses, Sale Price u7.75 Our Regular $35.00, $30.00 and $28.00 Silk Dresses, Sale Price . 17.75 Our Regular $45.00 and $38.00 Silk Dresses, Sale Price 22.95 CARPET DEPARTMENT GINGHAM DRESSES- The price on all Gingham dresses has been placed away below the present low price of Ginghams. You can buy your Summer Gingham dresses. LADIES' RAINCOATS. A regular clean-u- p price on all raincoats. You will need one for the rainy season. MILLINERY DEPARTMENT We expect to mako a clean sweep of every hat in the-- shop at these prices: Ono lot of Hats, Felts, Cloth. Hats, Velvet Hats, for Ladles', Misses' and Children SCRIMS Our Our Our Our Our Our a .1.051 . 2.1S ; 2.23, . 2.50' . 2.(13' I . . . 2.731 2.1)3 In White, Ivory, Kcru nud Fancy Colors Regular 35cts per yard Scrims, at por yard Regular 40cts. per yard Scrim's, at Per yard Regular 50cts por yard Scrims, at por yard 7 Regular 65cts. por yard Scrims, at per yard Regular 75cts. per yard Scrims, at por yard . Regular $1.00 per'yard Scrims,, at -. .- ,.'.,..... 25c Our $20.00 Deltox Grass Rugs; 9x12 size; Salo Price , ..$14.03 Our $40.00 Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 Salo Price size, $20.05 33.05 31.03 4U.05 val- 30c, 30c Our $45.00 Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 size, Salo Price rr; values up to about $1.0"6, ,- - ."......... , Price each, Sale 05 soc .oOc 7a Our $50.00 Velvet Rugs, Sale Price Our $65.00 Axminlstor Rugs, Sale Price" , 9"xl2 size," 9x12 size, Lot No. 2 Hats In a variety of styles and v trimmings, values up to $3.00 each, Sale Price each Lot No. 3 50 - per yard ' .- ; Mattings, our Regular 50cts per yard ues, Salo Price, per yard - .lt. 30 " "each ' ' valuesup to $6.00 each, Salo Price . one-half Hats in a wide range of styles, MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS Wo " s.inj 3.45 ...... . DRESS GOODS AND SILKS :i.3 3.7.1 3.03 1.03 JfM 0.43 . . . 5.43 ,80o .05c .33q I good tasto. Wldo Pnurl Twills, a Regular $10.00 por yard valnq Salo Prlco, per yard f Wide Broad cloths and Volours, a Regular $7.00 per yard value, Salo Price, per " yanl ...'. y Wide Sorgcsa Regular $6.00 per yard val- T - uo, Salo Prlco, por yard Our Rogular $3.50 per yard Serges, Salo ,. Price, per yard Our Regular $2.25 per yard "Serges, Salo Price, per yard Our Regular $1.75 per yard Serges, Salo , Prlco, por yard Our Regular $1.5? per yard' Sergos, Salo Price, per yard Everything In Silks at Sale Prices. Kvcry yard of Ploco Goods on Salo and somq beautiful qualities that will appeal to women of $0.45 - 4.45 3.05 ... carry the greatest llnoof fine Shirts in this part ot the Stato, made by one of the host shirt makers in tho United States. If you want a nice Shirt, cheap, we can please you. Men's Regular $2.00 Shirts, Salo Prlco 1.50 Men's Rogular $2.50 Shirts, Sale Price 1.75 Men's Regular $3,00 Shirts, Sale Prlco 2.23 Men's Regulnr $3.50 Shirts, Sale Prlco 2.50 Men's Regular $4.00 Shirts, Salo Price.... Rogular $5.00 Shirts, Salo Prlco. 3.50 Men's Rogular $6.00 Shirts, Salo Price ,3.75 Men's Regular $8.00 Shirts, Salo Price 5.50 , Men's Regular $10.00 Shirts, Sale Price.... 0.5Q. Men's Regular $12,50 Shirts,-SalPrice 0.00 Granite Carpeting, our Regular 75cts. per yard value, Sale Price, per ydrd Ingrain Carpets, our Regular 90cts. per yard value, Sale Price, per yard . . . ,(. 48 .03 We won't' ask over In "our stock. .91.00 pr!cevfor any hat ., V CORSETS! CORSETS! Now is MEN'S AND BOYS' SWEATERS Boys' Gray Roll Collar Sweater, a good value at $1.50, Sale Price Boys' Dark Red Roll Collar Sweater, a good value at $2.00, Salo Price. . . Boys' Navy Roll Collar Sweater, a good - ,$3.00 Value, SalePrice Boys' Green and Gray Combination slip over Sweater, Heavy Rope quality, our regular $7.50 Sweater, Salo $1.20 1.20 ..... 2.75-Men'- s i 2.25 , o All All All All All All All All All 2.25 1.85 MEN'S WORK SHIRTS Men's solid, Dluo Cheviot Shirts, medium weight, our Regular $1.25 Work Shirts, Sale Prlco v Men's 'heavy Golden Rule Cheviot Work Shirts, our regular $1,60 value, Sale Prlco , .- the timo to buy your spring corset. Regular $1.50 Corsets, Salo Price Regular $2.00 Corsets, Sale Prico ; Regular $2.50 Corsets, Sale Prlco Regular $2.75 Corsets, Salo Prico Rogular $3.00 Corsets, Sale Price Regular $3.50 Corsets, Salo Price Regular $4.00 Corsets.'Salo Price Regular $4.50 Corsets, Sale Price Regular $5.00 Corsets, Sale Price .... ...... $ .05 1.25 1.50 1.75 1.95 2.25 2.50 2.05 3.00 Price 80c Men's Heavy Gray Sweater Roll Collar, 3 a good value at $1,75, Sale Price Men's dark gray and dark brown Roll Collar Sweaters, a good value at $5.00, Sale Price . , Men's Knitted Office Coats, worth $10.00, Salo Price , v 4.05 UNDERWEAR DEPARTMENT Men's vMen's Men's Men's Men's $2.00 Union Suits, at each . . '. $2.50 Union Suits, at each $3.00 Union Suits, at each ribbed shirts and drawors(at each heavy fleeced Shirts and Drawers, , at each $1.50 2.00 2.50 OO ...... 1.20 135 05 , 1.00 . 3.45 6.25 ' . BOY'S WORK SHOES Boys' Regular $6.50 Work Shoes, Prlco Boys' Regular $6.UU Work Shoos, Sale i .- 1.00 approval. No Returns Accepted I our Final Sale -. . .. .1.75 3.75 8.25 9 .e MEN'S HATS and... LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S UN- DERWEAR Salo ,,. Price Boys' Regular $4.50 Work Shoes, Salo , Price . . . . ; Boys' Regular $4.00 Work Shoos, 1Sale Prlco ,. Men's J10.00 Green Hats, Salo Price ......... Brown Velour, V. .' . .. ' .$0.05 B.05 Men's $9.00 Green and Hats, Sale Prico Brown "Velour ,. All cut in price. We have too many Ladies' Union Suits, Vests and Pants in large sizes. Big underwear can be bought at a little price. tt .,. rnes & Bro. erJDam, Ky. Boys Regular Prlco Boys' Regular Prlco Boys' Regular Prlco . , Boys Rogular . Prlco 2.75 Sale , $3.75" Work Shoes, 2.50 Sale 2.25 Men's $8.00 Fur Hats, every hat a new hat, maae in latest and best shapes, wldo and narrow bands, Salo Price ..... 4.03 Men's $7.00 Fur Hats, Sale Price Men's $6.00 Fur Hats, Sale Prlco Men's Fur Hats, Salo Price 4.45 3.03 3.45 GROCERY DEPARTMENT Everything in Groceries, Tinware, Quecnswnre, Glassware, Hardware, will bo closed out entirely at big reductions in price. - $3.60 Work. Shoes, , $3.00 Work Shoes, Salo , FURNITURE $2.50 Work Shoos, , .' . Salo .....,1, 95 " 1.75 ' All Caps In'Btock will be yours at big' reduction. Wo want to sell tho last ono. Prices to clean out the last pisco of furniture will bo mailo during January, and every, pieco must bo sold. Get busy it you need furniture. i 't o , -- irrw 5Jim&"JrWJmitam&'ZMm ex.. jL$aa&i"t, iWWWWWMimMMMMIMMBMMBaMMMaMlMMMM k. ' ot this statute, In tho dlschnrgo ot my duty as Shorlft ,1 earnestly deslro that you oscapo trouble and tho pny- 1 mont of cost wholly unnecessary nnd CIRCUIT COURT. BEAVER DAM. IN U. S. EXPENDITURES easy to avoid, and that I bo relieved Judge R. W. Slack, Owensboo. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKenner." from tho obnoxious duty Imposed up- Ooni'tli. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart Clork R. W. King. Tho old town is passing quiet, but George Sharp Says He Was on mo by tho law, of assisting in Its ford. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Departments' Estimate Cut tho prohibition brake Is slipping. by bringing my frlonds Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. enforcement Marshal R. F. Stevens. In Bad Shape Before Talc into court for prosecution, so got Master Commissioner Otto 0. Mar "Red or Moon?" (hey ask you at tho Sundry In Half In '9 soft drink saloon, provided you are ing Tanlac Feels Fine your dog tags at onco nnd havo tho tin, Hartford. Civil Bill FORD8VILLK. mattor bohlnd you. J vouched for. Forty for "moon" and Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, tr Now. You can get your dog tags by sixty foV "red" Is tho lowest quotaHartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones sending to tho County Clerk, together 1st Monday In March IS days at tho tion, with fifty nnd sevonty-flv- o Clork Olla Cobb. Washington, Dec. 29 with tho proper fees' nnd postage the swell joints. Com'th. and Civil. 2, Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslngor. "My health got so bad I had, to following Information, viz: Civil bill, carrying a total of 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. or $420,914,192 less than Your hnme. Marshal Grant Pollard. Tho police are raking fore and aft gtvo up railroading, but since tak1st Monday, In July U days Your Post Offlco address. was asked by the Government depart- for the Christmas mojo mashers and, ing Tanlac I could flro an engine as Com'th. and Civil. No. of Your Voting precinct. . ments, was reported today by tho although as Innocent ns a babo In good as any man on tho C. nnd O.," 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday In September FOR PRESENT YEAR lou j Appropriations Committee. It arms, I got caught In tho rako Mon said George P. Sharpo, 162S Tremont Whatreed'of dog. Civil. Tho dog's age. as first of the big supply mea- day afternon. I was exchanging St., Fairmont District, Cincinnati, O., 4th Monday in November IS days fiscal year to bo pleasantries with tho pretty cashier a valued employo of tho Lukcnholmer Male or female. County Board of Education sures for E. S. Com'th. and Civil. Color and markings. completed and Its' total was $52,23J,-C1- 4 of a fashlonablo cafeteria when n Co. Mr. Sharpo was formerly with Howard, S. S, O. C. COUNTY COURT. The license fee Is as follows: First less than tho amount appropria- plainclothes man camo in and led mo tho Chesapeake and Ohio Railroad Dlv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford, male dog $1.00, all others $2.00 each. Moots first Monday in each month. ted for similar purposes this year. out, and took mo to a room at a hotol for sovon years. Routo 6. "About four years ngo I had an First female dog, $2.00,all others Indicating a deslro to put Govern- for a grilling. But so long as It was Judge Mack Cook. baDlv. No. 2. H..C. Lake, Fordsville. You must send postage County Att'y. A. D. Kirk. ment expenditures on a pre-w- ar the- chief lhat took mo Into custody operation whichflnnlly resulted In a $4.00 each. goneral break ,dawn, I got to whero S. A. BRATCHER, Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. the committee, first taking caro and gave mo a Dlv. No. sis, Ronfrow, Sheriff Ohio County. ot men disabled by war, sot asldo on- smoke, I did not kenly feel tho hu- I couldn't enf anything without Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. bloating up so bad I 'could hardly mm Superintendent E. S. Howard. ly 1160,611,29.2 for actual sundry miliation. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. breathe, and tho constant Jolting of Jailer Worth Tichenor. civil expenses of tho government, Dlv. No. 5 Otis StcvcnsrBoavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner which was within $34,000,000 of the Whllo the principal cities of tho tho engine almost put mo out of We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. total amount appropriated for 1916. country aro being terrorized by thugs commission. My nerves gavo way, for any case of Catarrh that cannot be 0, Hall's Coroner E, P. Rodgors. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Contcrr owes a fine I could hardly stand the noiso of the cured byCatarrh Catarrh Medicine. Tho largest single reduction, and thieves. Louisvlllo Hall's Medicine has been taken t applies Ho tho Shipping debt" of gratitude to Chief of Police train, and sleep was next to impos by catarrh sufferers for the past thirty- town. FISOAIi COURT. nv , five Board Emergency Floet Corporation, Petty, for the comparative absence of sible for me. I fell off a groat deal most years, and has become known as the County Board of Examiners: E. 3 reliable remedy for Catarrh. Hall's organi- such gentry from the city. At our In weight, and had so many Tuesday in April and Meets first dizzy Catarrh Medicine acts thru the Blood on tho bill providing tha tho Howard, Mrs. Dirdlo MldkKf and Octobor. n zation shall be supported entirely out conforenco Chief Petty gavo mo some spells I could hardly stay on tho Job. me mucous surfaces, expelling the Ira Jones. from tho Blood and healing the disAlthough I tried medicine after medi 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Interesting details, which never reach of various sources of income. eased portions. Teachers Institute Sept. 13th Route 3. Request from tho Department of he public, of the psychology ot handl- cine, notning uiu mo any good, so After you have taken Hall's Catarrh ago I had to change Medicine for a short lime you will see a Snd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- 17th. about six months Justice for $300,000 for enforcement ing petty criminals. In your general Croat Improvement to lighter work. er Dam. health. Start tnklnB Hall's Catarrh Mediof tho national prohibition act was EXAMINATIONS cine nt onre and Ret rid of catarrh. Send $15,-00- 0 8rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. "But I don't believe I could have for testimonial free. eliminated entirely. The sum of A week with tho white lights, tho F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. itli District Q. W. Rowe, was appropriated, however, for busy street and the late hours, to say hold out at this long if I hadn't got Common School Diploma May 14 Sold by all Druggists, 75c. mm suppressing liquor traffic In Alaska. nothing ot'the pleasure of meeting a better. But Tanlac helped mo right and 1G nt Hartford, Denver Dara 6th District W. C. Daugherty.BoUc- - and Fordsvlllo.. few. .oldjtfrJonds strongly tempts me from the start, and It wasnC long Principal Reductions. town. it had my stomach working fine, May 21 nnd 22 County Tenchers principal slashes in the to permanently return to the old Other W. S. Dean, Dundee. th District Just like the old engine I used to Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). FOR FLETCHER'S amounts asked by the Government haunts, and by and by 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsville. fire. I eat anything I want now and May 2S nnd 29 County Teachers departments Included: 8th District B. C. Rhoadoa, Hart Exnmlnotion'at Hartford, (Colored). A noticeable change since I left nothing gives mo the least trouble, War risk Insurance, $87,000,000; ford, Route 6. Juno 18 and 19 County nnd vocational education, $131,000,000; hero four months ago, Is the largo and my nerves are In such good conExamination at Fordsvillo, military posts $60, 942, SIC; national number of idle laborers.Vy Only Mon- dition I sleep like a log ovcry night YOU LOVE LIFE MORE HARTFORD. up mornings feeling fine. In (White). cemeteries $19,000,000; flood con day a firm advertised for twenty la- and get Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 nnd2G County nnd State trol, Mississippi River, ?3,33U,uuu; borers to work ten hours at $2.50 a fact, I am again in perfect health, Takes On n Different Color When Clerk J. A. Howard. , Your Rlood Is Rich and Tcachors' Examination at Hartford. nitrate plants $10,000,000; Panama day, and four hundred men gathered Just as strong itnd well as I ever vas, Police Judge C. M. Crowe. and I want to say Tanlac Is what fixTree from Poison. (Colored). Canal, J7, 187,265; Immigration ser- in to ask for tho twenty places. Marshal E. P. Casebler. ed me up. I wouldn't think of being Sept. 17 and 18 County nnd Stato employment service, vice, $2,657,5S9! TRY TAKING ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination nt Hartford. Another marked change is a reduc- without It." $1,384,991; reclamation lervice, Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. Chm'n. Bpard W. O. Her. (Whlto). tion in prices. Everything from Public Health Service, Clork N. II. Bratcher. Sopt. 24 and 25 County nnd Stato grubbing hoes to silk hoes is from L. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by R. T, If You Keel Listless nnd Depressed, armories and arsenals, Your Blood Ih Clogged and Pollco Judge S. L. Fulkorson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, twenty to forty per cent lower. Only Taylor, Jr.; and in McHcnry by S. public buildings $G,798,-40SIuggM. Marshal Ed, 3--. Bratcher. (Colored). Bureau of Mines $2,112,000 and inkeepers and bootleggers hang on to J. Tichenor. Advertisement. t ft- war prices. Department of Justice $1,989,304. Without knowing why, you find Chamberlain's Tablets. The bill includes $223,000,000 on These tablets tire Intended especial yourself feeling unhappy. You go comMy holidaying is approaching the account of military and naval In pensation for death or disability of end, but I am making hay while the ly for Indigestion and constipation around day after day half asleep .1 ' rrllAIF lUliD U(l bllU otnmnnli n w nn1i1n sailors, soldiers and marines, medical, sun shines and and while the w..j tnlft lin flm .BlUUltll.il UUU CUUUJU terest In what is going on around 5 It to perform Its functions naturally. you lags and life becomes dull. The J surgical and hospital treatment of moon shines, too. iSi They act gently on tho liver and beauty of radlent sunshine, lovely J V. beneficiaries of tho Bureau of War bowels, thereby restoring the stom- flowers and tho entrancing miracles Risk Insurance and vocational reach and bowels to a healthy condi- of life you miss entirely. Living, habilitation of 'soldiers, sailors and FOR PERSONAL HVr.lFNF FOR FLETCHER'S tion.. When you feel dull, stupid and eating, sleeping, become more or less Dissolved In water for douches stop all growing out of tho World marines, pcUic catarrh, ulceration and inflamconstipated give them a trial of a bore. War. mation. are certain to be pleased with thWr That is what clogged, sluggiih Pinkham Recommended by Lydta E. amount deducted from With this Med. Co. for ten years. burgeons agree that In cases of .Jh Lblood does to you. It poisons your A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, tho amount recommended In tho bill, Cuts, Burns, Bruises and Wounds the effect thoughts. You are o;ily half allvo. sore throat and sore eyes Economical. only $160,611,292 was left for all Hal extraonJinAfv rl..n.n ..J am.!I.I "DOG OWVTIl'S WAlrVTVfi" ' First Treatment is most "important. You need a good IStcoloFreo. 50c. all dmnuti. or tveraid br 7 other purposes, as compared with When an efficient antiseptic Is appll- , Children l&r tonic. Tako Pepto-Mang"" r"ilrtC'nP""l'.0"'.MaM. for a few carried by tho J $126,922,750, the total ed promptly, there is no danger of - Owners and harborers of dogs aro weeks and .notice tho big ImproveA Safe Did Fashioned sundry civil act for the fiscal year infection and the wuond begins to hereby to procure 'their dog ment. warned n is an agreeaRemedy for Worms W 1916. I heal at onco. For use on man or tags for tho year 1921, at onco as, ble tonic and is heartily endorsed by Seventy. fivoyearsconlin-uou- s Tho principal Increases over this Dcast, Borozone is the Ideal Antlsep- - only a short time intervenes before physicians. . use is (be best testien - v cn years. upwuv.wi.uu. fc Buy It now those who fall to procure tags will bo A monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE and Heall n Your druggist has .1 nA .tlnmn.tnn oBM.t-v- , n...lnn. In UUU lOT IUU ruv.lUiuai.iuu can offer you. and be ready for an emergency. Price hold to be In violation of the law and both, 'liquid and tablet form. Buy Keep a bottle always on .. $500,000 for flood control; $1,231,-00- 0 25c, 50c, $1.00 and $1.50. Sold by . exposed ancu subject to prosecution whichever ou prefer; ono has exactly hand. It will help keep for national homes for disabled Ohio County Drug Co. m and --fine, as the law says that you the little one healthy the"saine effect as tho other. Mako volunteer soldiers; $1,000,000 for and happy. frAf must procure your dog tags on or bo lt, Vmf cwk mn..lnn Dnnln r 30c a bottle at your dnwiat't or JVi bvnumu i lighthouses and beacons and $516,200 BEECH VALLEY. general .tore; or li your dealer fore the 1st day of January, for tho Ask for "Gudo's" and look for tho can it aupplyyou. .end hit name for tho Government printing office. succeeding year. and 30c in atarorx and we'll Succeed when everything else falls. name, "Gude's full 10,857 Solilivis Rccchlng Treatment A few of Jhe farmers have begun end you n botllo promptly. In nervous prostration and female As ono agency "for tho enforcement, on tho package. Advertisement. E. 4 S. FSEY, Baliiawt. Hi. r "There wero 19,857 patients receiv- to haul tobacco, despite tho weakneese they aro the supremo i remedy, at thousands have testified. ing treatlnent on November 18, 1920,' low prices they aro receiving. ohwhC said tho committee report accompany FOR KIDNEYJ.IVER AND Miss Erhestyne Ralph, pt Hartford, ing the bill, "and tho estimate is that Is spending tho holidays with Miss STOMACH TROUBLE it is the best medicine ever sold the number will reach 30,000 during Arzella Magan. over a dratrirlss mnntw. the fiscal year 1922. These patients Miss Dona Ralph, of Sunnydale, i are cared for in public health service who has been in Bowling Groen, in WILL YOU hospitals, in hospitals at various sol- school, for a few weeks, Is spending TAKE "su.piHima" prt :aWisa iNet Contents 15Fluid Drachm diers' homes, in army and navy hos- Xmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. pitals and In contract hospitals at J. C. Ralph.' varying cost rates. Tho amount proilTV7riTVifTTiT! Mr. T. S. Miller went to Hartford For Infants and Children. posed Is on tho basis of 30,000 pa- Wednesday, on business. SiK A Treatment tients throughout tho fiscal year 1922 i&tlO Misses JErnestyne Ralph, of Hartfor WEAK :S at tho approximate rate of $3 a day." ford, anil Arzella Magan, of this While there was an apparent re- place, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. L. LUNGS or One of tho greatest American millionduction ot $25,000,000 in the amount Patton, of Ralph, this week. 'JW CONSUMPTION aires said to his physician, "A million w, proposed tor 1922 for vocational A good deal of moving and changdollars, Doctor, spot cash and no grumprovides for reappro-prlatl- on ing about Is expected here within the training the bill at nnilOf.-.- T PER CENT. bling, for a new stomach," and then of, unexpended balances, esAMpfflhloittiarau"anforAs- A Quick relief for that tired, run down (celiac next few days. the sick man groaned and turned away. coughs, pslas la cheit. night swells, hemor" m timated at $10,500,000 making the similatinthcFood by rfasgei, weak lungs or cooaumsllon. II It does All bis wealth could not mako him "mA Sickly children need White's Cream not help yoa It coals you nothing. total proposed for this service t Uncuc3loniacnsanauon2. happy or contented; for happiness largeVermifuge. not only destroys tho It Lock Box 016ly depends upon dlgestlou. Without OHIO MEDICAL CO. COLUMBUS O Appropriations tor Alaska Include .worms, It. there be any, but It acts as health whoro docs .happiness como int i $4,000,000 for railroads $325,000 for a strengthening tonic in the stomach ThcrcrPromoUniDKea After all the "stomach plays a great i' education, $90,000 for medical relief and bowels. Prlco 30c per bottle. Cheerfulness andBestCoatri part in everyday life. Without a LU.nltf $120,630 for caro ot tho insane, $26,- - Sold byjOhlo County Drug Co, m neither t)piflm;tiorpiuuc healthy stomach and good digestion our USELIV-VER-LA- X O00 for protection of game and $31,- Mineral. blood is thin, watery and poor, our 000 for the national park service. BIG EGG YIELD fypntoUDtSWOKB heart action, is weak, our liver does not For tho enforcement ot antitrust do its duty, and man is miserable and S Stnru irs $100,000 Is proposed, as against 4 "From a small flock of henB I now unhappy. Prevent dlseaso by putting tho $300,000 asked by tho Depart- - get 20 to 25 eggs per day, whereas the house in. order and strengthening sect- - of JuetJw. The appropriation before giving them Dr.a LeGear's ftvTWt " the system against the germs of disease. 9 lor the Railroad Labor Board is Poultry Prescription, I only received Dr. Pierce, of tho Invalids' Hotel and $400,000, against tho $560, ooo re three or four. Its cost has been A,Mnf.ilRemedyfbf Surgical Institute, at Buffalo, N. Y quested whllo tho Shipping Board es repaid to me over and over." So years ago understood diseases and their ConstlpatlonandDiarrhoM timate of $898,000 is cut to $459,-00- 0. writes Mrs. J. W. Montgomery, Tun-ne- ll prevention, and he discovered certain and FmttsrmcsD Hill, Ga. Sleep roots and herbs which were naturo's Feel right all tho timej Don't lay of rcsulUngtocrcftorajnWanQ1'. For tho construction of military You should increaso your yield remedies, and succeeded in putting them from work for dayo by taking calomW postsonly $520,000 was allowed as now, while prices aro high, through up in a form that could bo easily prowhen pleasant keeps yo against tho, $62,000,000 asked. The Dr. LeGear's Poultry Prescription. It' cured at tho drug storo (liquid or on your feet, whilo relieving your troulx spent in is a tonic which builds up tho hen's total recommended was to be tablets). This ho colled Dr. Pierco's le. Safer too, and easy to tako. Dorrt tako anything else. You can't afford tho Hawaiian Islands, no appropria- strength and vitality, and stimulates juiGinrrMniCowwa; Golden Medical Discovery. This Disit. Eliminates poisons, cleanses sy . organs. tion being proposed for tho Panama ,tho covery gives no folso stimulation beNEW tem and relieves constipation. 1 A nat Canal and the continental United For 28 years Dr. LoGear has been cause it contains no alcohol or any narural remedy, natural in its actions, sum in its effect nnd certain in results. I recognized as America's foremost ExStates and Alaska . cotic. It helps digestion and, tho asytiH port Poultry Breeder and Veterinarsimilation of such dements in the food won't bo long beforo completely displace calomel in everj ian. Any time your poultry or stock as aro required for tho blood. It gives home. Children can tako it freely an? HOLIDAYING AT IIOJ1E. With perfect safety. Every bottlo guar, aro ailing, it will pay you to got tho to the blood tho food elements tho tisExact Copy of Wrapper. proper Dr. LeGear Remedy from'your sues require. For over fifty years" It anteod. 60c and $1 In bottles Noni By I. D. Clalro. gcnulno and has enjoyed tbo confidence of the lure of Iwithout tho likenessBulo Blgn Thanks to my predecessors' prece dealer. It must glvo satisfaction, or K Grigsby. For by r American public Try it now! 4 skipping the holiday issue ot I your dealer vlll refund your money. I dent of V u. WLUkiu, - SEEK PRE-WA- R BASIS tho Central City Argus, I am holiday- FOACED TO GIVE ing at homo, and having a merry good Loultown Friday I struck time. UP RAILROADING afternoon for an even week, and shall bo right sorry when tho fun Is over. DIRECTORY 1 I ?; i' x-- Tho-Sund- ry $383,-611,29- to the-nex- ,.,. i three-for-a-doll- ar , How's This? $147,-000,00- Pol-so- , be-fo- ro Children Cry C A S T O R PV State-Teacher- 0; PKPTO-MAXGA- X O a. 0; Every Woman Wants J&r bxsr Children Cry OASTORIA ' j -- I ' blood-enrichi- an For the J Yermirii! 9B TiFrfivIs Mothers t$K use 0 a W i Popto-Mnnga- i.i ., I i el JnL S3 fl Pepto-Manga- . . ,.. uiiiu-.tiuui:u- il, Pepto-Mangan- ," lfcPBtt,.H & iie?: iiili otric off-thei- (SiitezssEi f-i- rti miua OUR m Mothers Know That Genuine Casjtoria Millions for a New Stomach GERMINAL REMEDY I sMkW' 'f if v $75,-500.0- Bears the Slffnatlir6 of fltt.V HorjwiV", , i Rui Always FORGONE MONTH Ax,r ii 1 tSM lV In For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles of Constipation ax Use For Over TfUi Thirty Years CASTORI Liv-VtL- ax '! Hantaan ' --- Ss 1 r PRE-INVENTOR- Y i i H B H H H Dec. 31, to Jan. 12. COATS AND COAT SUITS $16.00 $25.00 Ladies' Coat Suits 13.50 $22.50 Ladies' Coat Suits 19.00 $28.50 Ladies' Coat 13.00 $20.00 Ladies' Coat 6.75 $10.00 Misses Coat 5.00 $ 7:00 Ladies' Coat ' 4.25 $7.00 Misses Coat 3.25 $5.00 Misses Coat 4.00 $6 Misses Coat 6.50 $8.50 Men's Raincoats 5.00 ..: $7.50 Men's Raincoats 6.00 .. $8.00 Boys' Rain Coats LADIES' WAISTS $4.25 $6:50 Crepe de chine Waists 4.00 $6.00 Georgette Waists .. . . .. $2.50 Voile Waists $2.00 Voile Waists LADIES' DRESSES $18.00 $26.00 Serge brasses '. 14.00 Serge Dresses $21.50 Crepe de chine Dresses . . . 7.50 $12.50 2.50 $3.75 Gingham Dresses 1.80 Gingham Dresses $2.60 MISSES GINGHAM DRESSES . v J-7- WOOL DRESS GOODS $3.25 $3.00 $2.75 $2.50 $1.75 $1.50 $1.25 $1?00 $ .p0 $ .75 $ .50 LADIES' HOSE $2.50 2.00 1.75 1.50 1.25 1.00 90 75 $3.75 Ladies' Hose $2.50 Ladies' Hose $2.00 Ladies' Hose $l'.75-Ladies HATS AND CAPS .,. '. trtttil .$3.00 . 2.50 . 2.00 5 0 $3.50 $2.25 White Serge $1.25 White Serge PQPLINS $1.25 Silk Poplin 65c Cotton Poplin 60c Cotton Serge 80c Cotton Suiting 35c Cotton Suiting 50c Kimona Cloth 40c Kimona Cloth 35c Kimona Cloth 60c Creton 45c Creton 75c Creton . .. $1.35 Beauty Silk $1.25 Beauty Silk 75&Beauty Silk Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods , Dress Goods ' Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods Dress Goods Red Middy Flannel ,.'.... :,.$2.50 ...,... .. .. ............ &c ' .. 2.50 1.60 .90 V. Hose :. $1.50 Ladies' Hose '$1.00 Ladies' Hose .....' $ .75 Ladies' Hose ..... $ .90 Ladies' Hose $ .60 Ladies' Hose 60 $ .50 Ladies' Hose 50 :. i 40 $ .40 Ladies' Hose $ .25 Ladies' Hose -. .- .. 1.50 1.35 1.25 1.00 .75 50 65 45 40 30 15 65c 60c , .55c Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps Caps $ .75 Caps $ .50 Caps $5.50 Men's Hate $4.00 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.75 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 $1.00 , , , . . .1.75 . . . . . . .V : i MISSES' HOSE 85c Misses' Hose 10c Misses' Hose 65c Misses' Hose 60c Misses' Hose Oc Misses' Hose 45c Misses Hose 35c Misses Hose 30c Misses' Hose 25c Misses' Hose MEN'S HOSE $1.25 Men's Hose $1.00 Men's Hose 75c Men's Hose 50c Men's Hose 40c Men's Hose 25c Men's Hose $5.00 $4.50 $3.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.50 $'1.25 $5.00" "Men's .90c '. . .45c 40c 50c 25c 40c Hats $3.50 Men's Hats $2.50 Men's Hats $2.00 Men's Hats .. -- . 45c -- ..-;.. .40c 35c 25c 20c 20c .$1.00 75c 50c 35c 30c . 20c t . 25c 20c 40c 30c 50c, 90c 80c .-. $1.00 $3.50 $2.50 $2.00 $1.75 $1.50 Men'sHats Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' Boys' ..'....'. , " Hats Hats Hats Hats Hats . . .' 1.85 1.50 1.25 1.00 .75 .50 40 3.50 3.00 2.50 1.50 1.25 75 2.50 1.50 1.25 1.15 1.00 ". .. KNIT GOODS $7.50 Cape Scarf $5.50 5.00 $6.75 Cape Scarfs $1.50 Toques 1.00 $1.00 To.ques .75 75c Toques 50 50c Toques 40 TABLE LINENS, NAPKINS &c. $2.50 Made Table Linens $1.50 $3.00 Doz. Napkins 2.50 $1.50 Doz. Napkins 1.00 $2.25 per yard Table Linen 1.50 $2.00 per yard Table Linen 1.40 1.25 $1.75 per yard Table Lnen $1.50 per yard Table Linen 1.00 $1.25 per yard Table Linen 90 $ .90 per yard Table Linen 60 BLANKETS AND COMFORTS $4.50 $3.00 $2.50 $2.00 $1.45 Gingham Dresses Gingham Dresses Gingham Dresses Gingham Dresses Gingham Dresses MIDDIES &c. $3.00 2.25 1.50 1.25 LOO . C ......... . ,... .. .50c 5 .. $4.00 Middies J.00 $3.00 Middies $2.50 Middies " $2.00 Middies . .; $1.75 Middies $3.00 Crepe de chine Teddies . . . 2.25 $1.5Q Muslin Teddies 1.50 . $2.00 Corset Covers .75 $1.00 Corset Covers 2.00 $3.00 Outing Gowns J. 75 $2.50 Outing Gowns Bloomers l.OJJ $1.25 Sateen 60. $ .85 Sateen Bloomers . . .. 4.50 Underskirt- s$6.50 Silk 4.00 $6.00 Silk Underskirts 3.00 Underskirts $4.00 Silk Underskirts ...,.',.... .2.00 $3.00 Silk X . . , ,.lV3.0Q $4.00 Outing Kimonas $3.25 Crepe Kimonas ,, ........ , Mo . . 1.75 $2.75 Crepe Kimonas . SILKS, CREPES &c. $2-7J-5J-4- 0 -- -- $2.00 silks e $2.00 Georgetet Crepe $2.00 Crepe-de-chm- ...,";....- - !"" ,.... ;- -... k - .. J.J 1.50 1.25 & WHITE GOODS ... .$1.00 $1.50 White Waisting . 75c White Waisting $1.00 50c ,.'. 75c White Voile 35c 60c White Voile 40c 60c White Cross Bar 35c 50c White CrossBar . . . . . 30c 40c White Cross Bar,; 20c 30c White Cross Bar .1 35c Perqale . . .' 50c White " 35c 60c White Flaxon r ... -. . 30c 50c White Flaxon . . . ..-.20c Flaxon .) . 30c White . . 35c Nansoofc. ;.. 50c White ,. 40c White, Nansook .?. ., k- - . . 25c,60c White Middy Cloth?.,. .!.?... 40c C7. ... 25c '40c White India Linen 30c White India Linen . W.V. . . . 20c ....'. .". 40c , 60c White Cotton Crepe TOWELS AND TOWELING $U35cl ,50c Towels -. .- .' $3.00 $2.00 SHIRTS, TIES &C.J14 $3.75 Dress Shirts 3.25 Dress Shirts 2.50, , Dress Shirts 2.00 . Dress Shirts 1.50 Dress Shirts . j 1.40 Dress Shirts 1.00 Dress Shirts .. .90 Dress Shirts 2.00 Ties .;..,;.;' 1.50 Ties S. v " I-0- $1.50 Ties -'- v-jS 0 .. .- $k5QTjes 5 . ., . 9 . .tRUNKS, v ., . .:: . v. .'. &c. .40 SUIT-CASE- S - .. . $io.'00 Trunks $U.O0 Traveling Bag ft.' .'.'.., . .$7.00 . '.", . ....... $t'8.00"T:raveling Bag - . :'.r $ 5.50 Suit Cases $'r2.50;Suit Ciies ' $ ;g.25;Sui Ctefis . . . v , ,;,-.- ' f $10,Q0 Traveling Bag ,..,-- . ..w J. W 8:00 7.00 6;00 3.75 ... $11.00 Blankets $10.00 Blankets $ 5.00 Comforts $2.50 Baby Blankets DOMESTICS &c.,' Hoosier Domestic $7.50 7.00 4.00 1.50 i 1.75 1.50 Hope Bleach 10-- 4 Sheeting Best Feather Tick Blue Denim Best Ginghams 20c ...,...'..'.... ...,...." ' ... 25e 60c 45c 35c J. MILEtERY DEPARTMENT half-priced $ .75 Shirting Madras $ .65 Shirting Madras r $1.75Shirting-Sil- ....... 45 ., '. '25c Towels 60 tier vard Toweling 30c per yard Toweling .. r j v &0c OcS1 . v . .. .20c Everything' from thib' department in thh wayofnadwear at exactly -v . Best Percale , Best Outing Best Cotton Flannel Best Overalls 30c 30c 30c 25c $2.0) i i ft . s j V Tj n i. V TICHENOR McHENRY, KENTUCKY T" y V- - " 'f-- --- - ? 'i HHW". ZKT h 0 sr f'f 'HJOE -- cannon 187.1, f It Hr.IAKSALL RECORDS 3T Saturday afternoon. jnd whllo .hero visited Mrs. Park's OBREGON PIjAYS ' parents, Mr." and Mrs. "Dug"' Daughn, SANTA CLAUH PART r til 'I P I 9 .Mexico City, Dec. 25. President Mr. and Mrs. Horbort Park havo very sick child. It hns mombran-oti- s Alvaro Obregon this afternoon perMember tfcnr 11 Ycnr4 croup, nnd was thought dend for sonally assisted In distributing gifts in hour Mondny, but It rovlved and to moro than 8,000 needy children Washington, Doc. 28. Whon "Un-cl- o Is still living today, '(Tuesday) and horo, who woro guests at a ChristJoo" Cannon sauntora up to the hopes are now entertained for Its re- ians troo celebration held In a downtown park. capltol tomorrow, drops his lone, covery. Tho President provided abundant Elvis Ray, tho small son of Mr. and black cigar Into a cuspidor and ontors candles, fruit and toys for all, as well tho chamber of the Houao of Repre- Mrs. Pat Hoagland ,1s vor'y Hi J as sovoral bands nnd a program of sentatives, ho will have- established THE UNIVERSAL CAR enlertalnors. NOTICE IV BANKRUPTCY nnow record for length of sorvlco Jn Women of tho Amerlcnn foreign tho halls- - of Congress forty-thre- e In tho District Court of the Unit- colony gavo every child some useful yoars, nine months and twenty-si- x THE FORD COUPE ed States, For tho Western district nrtldo of wearing apparel. days. " Tho treo, which was more than sixWhen Spoakor Glllct's gavel foil at of Kentucky. Moro and moro this fino enclosed car for two but It will carry three ingrowIn tho Matter of Thomas M. Rogers, ty feet high, yas selected by Presitho adjournment of todny's Hesslon, ing In popular demand. Strongly built, tho bddy rests upon that marvelous'Vord dent Obregon nnd transported hero ty by Bankrupt In Bankruptcy. Undo Joo had tied tho record held of To tho Creditors of Thomas M. special train. With chassis. It brings to Its ownor every modern-da- y tho Into Senator Justin Morrill, of convenience; easy riding whllo Vermont, whoso sorvlco In tho Senate Rogers, of Olaton, in tho County of darkness" 2,000 olectrlc candles sliding plato glass windows mako It breezy and cool In hot weather; dust proof and yoars, nlno months Ohio nnd district aforesaid, bankrupt. flashed from its branches. was forty-thrc- o wator-prowhon tho windows aro closed It Is cosy and comfortable In Inclement and Altho tho celebration wns primariNotico Is hereby given thnt on the days. Senator Moand twenty-fiv- e wintry weathor. Then there is tho durability of tho car, couplod with tho low econ22nd day of December A. D 1920, ly tor tho city's unfortunate, throngs rrill died Docomber 28, 1898. 1 omy of first cost and tho saving of money In operating expense Behind It, and every tho said Rogers was duly adjudicat- from tho capital's social arlstocrncy 1Ioiio Pays Tribute. Twenty thousand toys In recognition of this record, tho ed bankrupt nnd thnt tho first moot- woro present. other Ford car, Is that unsurpassod 'JFord o' which Is given by the army uso tomorrow will lay aside legis- ing of creditors will bo held nt tho anil 30,000 boxes of candy were part of Tord dcalors scattorod all over tho country, together with some 15,000 authorized' of tho gifts, tho giving of which the lative matters nnd devoto an hour to law office of Dean & Dean In. garages, until tho Ford ownerjs always within lmmodlato touch of dependable, reliaVi ' Kentucky, on tho 8th day Prestdont directed. paying tribute fo "Uncle Joo." For-i- n Vt ble sorvlco, where tho genuine Ford methods are applied In thd care of this car. or Speaker Champ Clark will head of January, A. D., 1921, at 2 P. M., may Should Ito Quarantined. Tho Ford Coupo administers to a great variety of ownors, from the physician to Democrats who will make speechos at which time the said creditors of attend, prove their claims, nppoint a . Many physicians bollovo, that any- nnd Representative Rodonberg, tho traveling man, from the engineer to tho architect, and then for a ploasuro car for Illinois, nnd othr Republicans will trustoo, examlno tho Dnnkrupt and ono who has n bad cold should bo two It Is unbeatable. Wo ask your early order If you want a Ford Coupe, because wo I transact such other business as may completely Isolated to prevent other offer felicitations from tholr side. want to make dellvory as quickly as wo can but wo must havo a little time. Como In members of tho family nnd associates meeting' '"'Undo Joo" began his service In properly come beforo oald nnd talk It over. Petition filed Novembor 21st., from contracting tho disease, as colds Congress, which was tho Forty-thir- d are about as catching as measlos. One convened December 1, 1873 andhas 1920. thing sure the sooner ono rids him-so- lf J. A. DEAN, to every succedlng been of a cold the loss the danger, and Referee in Bankruptcy. Congress, except two tho Fifty-secon- d Owensboro, Ky., December 27th, you will look a good whllo beforo you In tho Novemand Sixty-thirfind a better medicine than Chamberber election ho was to tho 1920. Slxty-scvonlain's Cough Remedy to aid you in Congress. BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY PASTOR EXTENDS THANKS curing a cold. in Il.o-w- as elocted speaker In tho ighth Congress, which was conAgain wo havo passed thru the NOTICE vened November 9, 1903, and servNotico is hereby given that the capacity thru four Con Xmas Joys of tho year, commemorated In this gresses until the Domocrats won con- ing the birth of Ill'm who loved us'all Kentucky Coko Company will, on tho trol of tho House and elected Champ and gave his life for us. Christmas first day of the- regular January 1921 cheer was dropped off dt tho parson- tdrm of tho Ohio County Court file d Clark speaker In tho Congress, which was convened April age In basket and barrel, containing Its petition In said court and ask all manner of good things to cat, thus therein for permission to construct 4, 1911. of rcord In tho Ohio County Clerk's will pay to W. C. Blenkcnshlp tho page 106, Ohio County Clerk's offico, sum of $100.00, If thoy havo that and bounded as follows: ''Undo Joo" was tho storm center reminding us of Him who two thous- an overhead crossing over tho Rock-po- rt otflco in deed book 08, page 27G. Beginning gifts The purchaser will bo required to much intorest, if not, ho will pay to nt a stako on tho Hartford road, runand Cromwell public road at of tho memorable revolution in tho and years ago received costly executo bonds immediately after salo said Blankonshlp any Interest said ning thence with said road 50 feet to IIouso which- - resulted In Ihe' over- from wlso men of the east. With Echols, Ohio County, Kentucky, for with security to be approved by tho Chas. Wm. Chinn and Raloigh Chlnn a stako; thence running back east throw of .sgcalled "Cannoplsni" un- the Bplr.lt of this same Christ we ac- uso of tho petitioner In transporting commissioner, payable- in six and may havo In said proceed, I will of-f- same width 170 feet to an alley, It cept theso tokens of kindness, with a coal from its mine opening to Its twelvo months, bearing Interest at tho foj salo at public outcry to tho being lot No. 5, in Block C. der which tho speaker's powers wore por annum, to havo tho highest and best bidder at tho Court Barnard plot of Boaver Dam. of I. P. rate of C gpractically those of a czar.- This fight feeling of unworthinc3s, and extend tipple. A IIouso door In Hartford, Ky., on Monforce nnd effect of a Judgment. Tho purchaser will bo required to KENTUCKY COKE CO, resulted in sweoplng changes In the our most hearty appreciation to all lien will be rotalned on land sold day, January 3 By W. E. HICKS, Gen. Mgr. heroin to .further secure the payment first day of tho 1921, (It being tho execute bonds Immediately after salo rules of tho Houso which left tho who took part In so kindly remem- 27t-- l the regular term of tho with security tq bo approved by tho of said bonds. Ohio County Court), at ono o'clock commissioner, payable In bIx and speaker with virtually no duties and bering us at tho Methodist parsonage. T. T. FRAZIER, Pastor. Given under my hand this tho 13th p. m., upon a credit of six and twelvo twelvo months, bearing intorest at j powers except those of a parliamenq day of Docomber. 1920. months tho following described real tho rata of G per annum, to havo tary presiding officer. When "Undo OTTO C. MARTIN, M C. estato situated and bolng In Beavor tho force and effect of a. Judgment. RESTAURANT Joe." ruled with tho "Iron hand" obM. L. Hcavrin, Attorney. Dam, Ohio County, Kontucky, togeth- A Hen will bo retained on .. , For Infants and Children er with tho Improvements thereon, sold herein to further secure the land jected to by Lis opponents he named the pay-niHave purchased Minton's Restauas follows: da. ..of all committees, permitted only such rant, next Over Years MUSTEK COMMISSIONER'S SALE. and bounded ground in Beaver Dam, Givensaid linnmy hand. thl3 the i3ta? Jn Use Ono lot of tlooi to Taylor & Morris under "bills to be considered as he chose to. Always bears Ohio County, Ky., conveyed to tho day" of December. 1920. ' ,723. Ohio .Circuit Court. Garage. Will servo hot lunches at the regard as deserving a hearing. party of tho first part by L. T. BarOTTO C. MATIN. M. Q. B. Brown, Administrator, etc., , all hours. NIco Una fresh groceries. Signature of M. L. Heavrin, Attorney. Still Takes Artlvo I'nrt. Plaintiff. nard, deed of record in deed book 3, vs. Judgment and Order of Salo. Altho ho will bo 85 years old May Your patronage will bo appreciated ARTHUR LEACH. Malcom Wise, et al.. Defendant. 7, next, "Uncle Joe" still takes an 20tt pum.io SALE. By virtue of a Judgment and order part in the proceedings of tho active 11, at 1 of salo ontorcd in tho abovo styled On Saturday Deoembor ROSINK. IIouso and does his full share of work o'clock, p. in., nt tho residence of tho action nt tho November torm, 1920, on tho Appropriations Committee. lato Wm. P. Acton, Hartford, Ky., I of the Ohio Circuit Court, directing Misses Mamie Leach and Nell a. Master Last week ho was in charge of the visited friends at Doanfleld, will offer for salo to tho highest and mo asCourt to Commissioner of tho sell said Indian appropriation bill which pass- Monday. best bidder, a lot of lumber, brick, described property fortho hereinafter tho purpose of ed the House without material change Mr. James Farls has purchased shingles, farm bell, tools and machin- paying tho Indebtedness against tho In tho committee draft. estato of Virgil Wlso, deceased, tho property In town, from Mr. Tom Rag-lan- d. ery, carpenter's tools nnd chest "Uncle Joe" was born In Guilford, a lot of other usotul articles too cost of adrainstratlpn together with N. C, and wont to Illinois when a tho cost of tho said action and sale, I Tho Death Angel visited Mr. Tom numerous to mention. will offer for salo at public outcry, young man. He went back to his naA. C. ACTON, Adm'r. Coxes' homo December 14th and took to the highest and best biddor, at tho tive state as a Union soldier in tho his companion, Mrs. Emma Cox, afP. Acton, deceased. Court Houso door In Hartford, Ky., Wm. Civil War. Ills home Is In Danville. on Monday, January 3rd, 19.21, it ter a long, lingering Illness of tuber 111. culosis. The remalnswero brought MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. being tho first day of the rogular and January torm of tho Ohio County to McCord Cemetery and laid to rest. Court, at about tho hour of ono Ohio Circuit Court. DITCH NOTICE ICsr daughtor, Mrs. Claud Leach, of Mao Rold, Admrx. etc., Plaintiff. " o'clock, p". m., upon a credit of six. California, died December 13, "of tho vs. Notice of salo. and twelvo months tlmo, tho followOhio County Court: Special term, same ing described roal estate, lying and disease. Tho body arrived hero Armllda Reld, et al., Defendants, December 24th, 1920. Hon. Mack Monday, a Judgment and was laid to rest In tho of Dy vlrtuo of Ohio Circuit and order being in Ohio County, Ky., and en- bounded as follows: salo of tho Court Cook, J.O..C. C. Presiding. McCord Cemetery, also. tered In the abovo styled action, at Its "Being a small lot with tho imRoy Muffett, et al., Mr. Horraco Johnson, of Evnns-vlll- November 1920 term, directing mo as provements thereon In McIIenry, Ky., v. Order. parents, Mr. and Master Commissioner to sell tho here- and beginning at tho Northoast coris visittng-hl- s Motion for Ditch. inafter described property for tho ner of the Intersection of the county Mrs. Luther Johnson. purpose of paying the Indebtedness of The final viewers' report filed. It and Mr. Norvol York and wlfo spent tho defendant, J. N. Helton, amount- road countyJano St., thonce east with was submitted o and examined by the road 125 feet to n stako; Our suits and overcoats n aro Xmas wth Mr. and Mrs. John Pierce. ing to $2500.00, with Interest thero-o- on tho north side of said road and tho court and found to Ijo In due form made by ono of tho foromost manu6 por annum from corner to Frank Penman; at tho rato of Death found the homo of Mr, Lafo thence and Jn accordance, with law, and tho Embry, December 2Gth and took his September 20, 1919, until paid, and north 174.24 feet with said Penfacturers in Amorica employing tho payment of tho costs of this ac engineer having oxanuiiod said reuiguiy paia aesignors and a staff 1 SI mother, Mrs. Ellzaboth Embry, usual- tion and tho cost of this sale, and man to a stako; thence west 125 feet port and approved the samo without T$ of the most efficient cuttors and V U ly known as "Aunt Betsy". She had dividing the balance of the proceeds, to a stako In the east lino of Jano any change in the plan of drainage Street; thonco south with said street ..u.wuw.u. iUa icaun ib mm perbeen suffering from rheumatism for if any, between the plaintiff, Mae 174.24 feet to tho beginning, therein, It Is thcreforo ofderod and Reld andi tho defendant, fect correctness of outline nnd and tho suffering finally be- Rold, as their Interests mayArmllda containing ono half acre; being a part appear adjudged by the court that said re- year? fi I W V. Stylo, cssurnnrn nf whlh .n .. came unbearable and tho Lord took herein, I will offer for salo at public of a tract of land conveyed to tho port be. and it is accepted and It is sentlal to tho man who Is careful JUk Central Coal and Iron Co., by tho her homo. She leaves two sons, one outcry to tho highest and best bidder sot for final hearing pa the first day of his dress. J& mSs daughter and a host of friends to at tho Court Houso door In Hartford, Render Cqal Co., by deed dated Sopt. '$ of tho regular February! term; of Ky., on Monday, January 3rd, 1921, 21st, 1881 and recordod in deod book .JrT-L- ? II II mourn her loss. page 469, Ohio County Court it being the first day of the regular No. 2, WMMMMMMMMkhl.' said court. Men's Suits, regular price $25.00 now term of tho Ohio County Court, at Clork,'s office." aland The Clerk will is3Ud public notico Tho purchaser will bo required to about tho hour of, ono o'clock p. m., Men's Suits, regular prlco $30.00 now DENTAL NOTICE. . .' of this hearing as required by law Upon a credit of six and twelve executo bonds Immediately after sale '' "' Men's Suits, regular price $35.00 now n and ho will also Issue summons for months tho following doscribed real with security to be approved by tho Men's Suits, regular price $40.00 now .""."i .' .' estate, situated In Ohio County, Ken- Commissioner, jiayablo In two equal Now is tho time to havo your Ohio County, Tho .IllJnolo Central v Men's Suits, regular price $45.00 now tucky, and bounded as follows: installments and bearing interest at oo ls Company, Tho Chicago, St. ! ttl work attended to. Winter Is ."..... On the waters of Green River, be0 per annum, to have Children's Kneo Suits, regular prlco $6,00 now' '.'.'. and Now Orleans Railroad l,nB with rain and snow which makes ginning at a stone on bank of thor- tho rate of the force and effect of a Judgment Children's Kneo Suits, regular prlco $8.00 now 8'oo . Company and the' Loulsvillo & Nash-vlll- o old teeth acho and abscess. Abscess- oughfare, Logan Stevens' corner: and a lion will be retained on tho Children's Kneo Suits, regular prlco $10.00 now . . .' ed Tooth or "Gum Bolls" aro danger- thonce down tho thoroughfare as it land sold to further secure the payRailroad Company. 700 Children's Kneo Suits, regular price $12.00 now ous. You are continually swallowing meanders to Barbara Shultz Elliott's ment of tho purchase price. MACK COOK ,J, O. C. C. 0 75 corner; thence 'with Bame and Wash Children's Knee Suits, regular prlco $15.00 now Given under my hand ,as Master this deadly poisoned pus. Each Brown's N. 2 E. 55 poles to Lily D. A Copy Attest: ' n'oo Commissioner of the Ohio Circuit Children's Knee Suits, rogular prlco $20.00 now ' W. C. BLANKENSHIP.' nouthful of food carries this infection PIrtle's corner, a stone, thence with Court, 15'oo . tho 15th day of December, "" Men's Ovorcoats, regular price, $30.00 now Clerk Ohio County Court. tnto the stomach. It Lowors vitali- her line N. 73 E. 64. 5 poles to a stone 1921. this Men's Overcoats, regular price, $32.50 now ', ty which Invites cancer of the another of Lily B. PIrtle's corners, al." Is'7r OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. so PIrtle's corner; thence Men's Overcoats, regular price $37.00 now "" jk,- 'Woodward and- - Kirk, Attys. mouth, throat and stomach, Diph- with Clarence PIrtle's line N 65 E 00 CLEAR RUN. Clarence Children's Overcoats, regular price $6.50 now ,', ' theria, Tuberculosis, 5'0o Pneumonia, poles to Logan Stevens' corner, a Children's Ovorcoats, regular price $8.50 now Influonza, Typhoid, Drights Disease, stone; thence with his line S. 85.5 MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Funk and OOO Children's Overcoats, regular price $10.00 now 'daughtor, Dorothy Hazel, and Iheumatlsm, Anoemla and ovon death poles to the beginning, containing 49-- 'i 700 acres more or less, W 0. Blankonshlp, et al., Plaintiffs. Children's Overcoats, rogular prlco $15,00 now Y froquently results from continually Miss Beulah Gaines, of Taffy oh vs: Notico of Sale. Also another tract or parcel of land Children's Overcoats, regular price $20.00 now Mr. and Mrs. Henry Purdue, Sat- swallowing pus, and described as follows: W. R Chlnn, et al., Defendants. ison Children's Overcoats, regular prfce,$25.00 now By virtue of a Judgment and order Lying and being in Ohio County, A mouth containing rinenvnri tpnth uj'75 urday night and Sunday. of sale of the Ohio Circuit Court, If In need of anything in this line .don't fall to' see us A largo croWd came out to this s a poisonous laboratory, which sends In tho abovo styled action at the Christmas tree and exhibition given a host of bacteria Into the elementary follows: Novombor term, 1920, of said court, at mo Taylor school, Friday evening, tract. They multiply rapidly thus Beginning at a stono In Clarence dlrectlne me as Master Commission- 6 to 8 p. m., near Union Grove. Good 'gain access to tho lymphatic system PIrtle's line, running thonco S. 10 B. for to soil the hereinafter described 86 of bank property order prevailed and tho program was 'and aro carried to the distant organs of poles to two elms and ash on same tho cost offor tho purpose cost paying K thoroughfare; thence down of this this action and enjoyed by all present. Mr. Santa Soft spongy and. bleeding gums glvo as It meanders to a hollow sycamore. salo, and dividing tho balance of tho Emerson Slovens' corner; tbenqe with proceeds among the partlos eptltlod Clans and wife and baby'wero there, warning of approaching abscesses. hW line N i5 5 poles to a stono In thereto, oxcopt out of tho interest of Lady Attendent. and proved their ability to make folks Plrtlo'fl lino; thence with said line Alverda Brown ho will pay to W. O. laugh whether they wanted to or not. Yours respectfully, N. 65 E. 20 poles to tho beginning, Blankonshlp the sum of $300.00, If DR. CHARLES R, LAYTON, Mr. and Mrs. Stlnsou Park, who containing 14 acreB, moro or loss. said interest is sufficient, It not, he 'it- Doing tho same land convoyed to will pay to tho said Blankonshlp tho Bank Dldg, Rockport, Ky live on tho Harry Taylor farm, near the decodoot, W D Rold. by L. R. interest of said Brown in said pro Oficq opens 8:30 a. m closes i Hartford, visited Mr. Clint Park's Stevens and wife, Imo Stevens, by ceeds, and out of tho merest of Chas. tamlly Friday night and Sunday night p. ni,, promptly. deed dated September 8, 1919, and Wm. China, and Raleigh China, ho, Fintt Sorted In Congress In I - i rfk)7zcl h of Aftor-Servlc- O ro, d. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY ed th Fifty-e- - Sixty-secon- or - CASTOR I A For . 30 nt 1 -- r &t& fl. Al-fo- rd Reduced Prices bo-sid- es an Men's, YoungMen's Children's Suits and Overcoats o, yL r II V ....... , Den-Rallro- ad com-Lou- " ., o-'- ... 3k ....,..'. " " ...,.. " .,,,,. S'tfiTlMS anKSedT. on-ter- ed ..,,.!. ..,.!,!"" 'u ....!.'.'!"" ', ', ....!"'"'' Carson (& Hartford, Kentucky. Go. , (