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NUMBER 29 and 40 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, Bomo cxamplo of economy and thrift If wo save tho many, many thousands FRIDAY, DAMAGE JANUARY 14, 1921. DY vived by 51 grandchildren NERT TO GET DIXIE'S LONE CABINET PLUM $800,000 which tho Inaugural celebration will call from tho private purse of those ILLINOIS G. 0. P. attending. Mcnsngc To Committee. FIRE AT LEXINGTON LADIES SEWING CIRCLE ELECTS NEW OFFICERS At the meeting of tho Ladies of the M. E. Church, held Wednesday, officers for tho ensuing year wero elected as fallows: Mrs. T. H. Black, ' WILL BE LOYAL. Harding Urges Thrift And Economy As Worthy "I havo sent a message of llko purport to the congressional commlttco : L htac and oxpresscd tho wish that no prepent-elect And Pledges" arations, or outlay of any kind bo Navy Post Example. Stores Support made. It will be most pleasing to mo President; Mrs. E. Crabtreo, to-bslnply sworn In, speak briefly and Mrs. Henry Carcon, my plight of faith o the country, and Secretary and Treasurer. By Carter Flold. Lexington, Ky., Jan. 11 Loss from Washington, Jnn. 10. Abandon- turn at onco to the work which will Among; other business transacted Marion,, 0 Jan. 'll. PresidentWashington Jan. 10. A . T. Her!? the fire which today destroyed the the Society voted to pay out of Its elect Hardlngs ment Immediately of all plans (or a bo calling. cabinet selections no'vr building of the Wolf-Wi- le celebration in connection with tho In. "Again expressing my gratltudo to of Kentucky, is certain to bo In the four-otor- y funds tho sum of $150.00 of the in- hinge upon so many uncertain eleCompany, department store, and bad- -, debtedness on tho. parsonage, provid- ments Hard-- ' "you and your associates and to the Harding .cabinet. v4Ugurntion ot President-elec- t that some of his belngMvas announced tonight by E. D. gonerous pcoplo of Washington, I am, Mr. Hnrdlng himself gave this In- iy damaged the building adjoining ed tho mala members of the church lieve ho may postpone confidants tho announceVery respectfully, formation to visitors In the last few occupied by tho Kaufman Clothing would clear up tho remainder of tho ment of all but one appointment McLean, chairman of the Washington untIL days, who were urging the appoint- Company men's furnishings, Inaugural Committee, In accordance may ndebtedness.amountlng to a like sum Just before Inauguration. WARREN Q. HARDING. with tho desires of Mr. Harding. Tho following message was sent to,1 ment of James A. Fowler, of Knox- - each $800,000 according to tho state- It seems to bo up to tho men to get The one place regarded ns moot vlllo, Tenn., as attorney general. Mr. ments tonight of managers of tho two busy as we understand that there I likely to be Mr. McLean upon receiving tho Senator Knox: scratched off tho doubtful . ... of tho President-elefor "I havo been reluctant td lntrudo Fowler who was assistant attorney stores. list In !. Htm- - miura is V. was. a string to tho Ladles' offer. ...... ... ma -ry mat ot Tho stock of the department store, that is, that the offer was a thirty plans, my vlows relating to Inaugural plans, general, and later assistant to tho atabandonment of tho celebration ot state, for which Charles Issued tho following statement: but I can not longor remain silent torney general served during tho lat- which was completely destroyed, was day limited one. Evans Hughes, of New York, still Is. "I roallzo of courso, how keen will without embarrassment and mlsun-i- ter part of the Roosevelt administra- worth between $250,000 and $300,-00- 0, said to be uppermost In Mr. Hardin's according to Dolph Wile, manaMRS. MARY T. E5D3REY standing which I had rather avoid. tion and during tho entire Taft adbo tho disappointment to tho pcoplo mind. It is understood, however, ger, and the building was valued at of Washington, but I have all along Pleaso convey to your committee my ministration. that no definite word has reached, Mr. Harding's Idea, as described by $120,000, according to tho Security Mrs. Mary T. Embrey died at her hero that Mr. Hughes Harding sincere wish for the simplest inauguknown how President-elec- t will accept, and home in Cromwell, on tho night of so that appointment, felt with respect to tho expenditures ral program consistent with tho ac- visitors, was that he had already Trust, Company, executors of the too, may bo deof Joseph Clark, owners. Jan. 6th of tubercular bowel" affec- layed. of largo sums of monoy at this time. tual requirements la taking tho oath recognized the "Solid South" sufLoss to tho stock of tho Kaufman tion. Burial of tho remains took "Decausoof Mr. Harding's feeling of office and the utterance of befit- ficiently in tho decision to appoint Mr. Regarding all the other portfolios I very respectfully re- Hert. The Presidentelect did not clothjng Company w,as between $250,-40- 0 placo on the day following at Green in the cabinet I was always In doubt about tho In- ting- address. the President-elestill and $300,000 according to Moses River, after funeral services conduct- Is collecting opinions augural program bolng carried .out. I quest that Congress will not appropri- sayto what post ho would assign the and Is received by Revs. R. B. Neol, of Morgan-tow.feel that Senator Harding's friends ate and your committee will nqt ex- Centucky national committeeman, but Kaufman. ing nil sorts of counsel. Two of tho it is thought that ho will be assigned and Birch Shields, of Crom- appointments which I'lames also damaged the five-stoand advisors, no matter how much pend any fund whatever. he Is said to building of the J. D. Purcell well. (hey regret the loss to Washington, "I nm familiar with the custom of either to the war or navy departments havo so.riously considered announcing-earlW. Weeks, Company, ladles' wear, to the exproviding and that The deceased lady was- 61 yjars, John erecting a nlntform and will bo with him In this matter." In the new year, those of secreAnnouncement of tho President- seats for guests who witness tho cere- of Massachusetts, will be given the tent of $15,000, and tho Poerlp.sa 5 months and 4 days df age. She tary of the treasury and secretary ot Stare, on the east side of the Kauf united with the Green River Baptist agriculture, wero elect's decision camo only a few hours mony at tho capltol, but It will bo other service portfolio. Involved In confer- -' man Comrany, the samo ampunt,"nc- - church at the age of 12 and remain- ences hjj hold today. Hinges on Weeks' Decision. after Congress thru action of the most pleasing to mo to havo this cereHouse completed enactment of a bill mony tako placo wlthlri tho capltol or If Mr. Weeks persists In his disin- cordlng to William Moses, tho own ed a devoted member to her death. Thompson in Conference She was a patient sufferer for more appropriating $GO,000 for cxpensos on tho cast porch with its stately sim- clination to tako tho Navy, It Is not er. Mayor William Hale Thompson, ot Origin or the tiro Is unknown than two years prior to the end. She prepara- unlikely that ho will bo given tho incident to tho Inauguration. As tho plicity without a slnglo extra moasuro has passed both houses of tion for tho occasion. This will re War Department, and that Mr. Hert Starting jhortly beforr 10 o'clJOu. In, was formerly a Miss Martin, daugh- Chicago, who has been quoted as vlg- -, ter of tho late W. N. Martin and a orously opposing the suggested ComCongress, Just what courso congres quire no expense and wo shall bo Joint will bo named as secretary of navy. tho basement of tho Wolf-Wil- e of Charles G. Dawes, ot sional leaders will tako In respect to participants In an example of economy Powerful support from tho Senate pany, It swept within a few minutes sister ofjormer Sheriff R. B. Martin, may bo Military Affairs Commlttco has been thru the elevator shaft to the mpf. and is survived by two children: that city, as tccietary of the treasury, Jit was in doubt tonight. In tho usual as well as simplicity which course of procedure tho bill would go helpful in tho process of seeking our put behind Mr. Weeks for the War When tho fire department arrived the Mrs. J. J. Jarnagln and Jasper N. was ono of those who talked cabinet with Mr. Harding during the day. Af to tho White Houses' tomorrow, but normal "ways onco more. Department, while in the last few flames wero visible from tho street. Embrey. terwards Mr Thompson would men tho suggestion was mado tonight that "I have addressed a message of like days prominent Republicans outside Altho every piece of apparatus of tho tion 110 Dames and said the cabinet JOHN V. BRITTON DEAD Republican leaders In cither tho Sen-at- o import to tho Inaugural commltteo of tho Senato have aided la tho at- five stations was put to use. the talk had bv'i.n more or less general or Houso might move to recon asking tho abandonment of tho pa- tempt to convlnco Mr. Harding that blazo wca not under control uut;i late The Chicago mayor declared hd had body and with rade an1 ball and hope tor an accept- Weoks should bo Baker's successor. Mr. John V. Brltton died at his this afternoon. sider tho voto of their No ono was injured, the clerks of home in Salena, Cal., Sunday, of pleu- come to Marlon primarily to tender ance of the intruded suggestion In the draw tho bill. The definite decision by Mr. Hard- what aid he could to tho PresidentDisbanding of committees appolntJ spirit which has Inspired U. ing to appoint Mr. Hert and his set all the stores, leaving soon attei the risy. Mr. Brltton had been ill only elect. He said there had been only cd by Chairman McLean, membership "WARREN G. HARDING", blaze was discovered. Temporary a short time prior to his death. tlement of this decision as a. reason persons i Tho President-elec- t Wolf-Wi- le Mr. Brltton was the husband of passing mention ot the Illinois poll- on which Include hundreds of made his de- why he should not appoint a man headquarters of both tho not only In Washington, but else- cision after conferences with several from Tennessee to the cabinet, punc- Company and the Kaufman Company formerly Miss Birdie Nail, a Hartford tlcal situation, in which he has been where is oxpoctcd to begin Immedi- of his party leaders, to whom he ex- tures, half a dozen other booms which were established In the Leader Build lady, daughter ot Mr. A. T. Nail, de- a storm center, and that ho had asceased, and Mrs. Nail. The latter, sured Mr. Harding that local factionately. Upwards of $200,000 had been pressed vigorously his repugnance to boosters have been industriously In- ing. Washington citizens and any show of extravagance. pledged by The burned and damaged buildings together with her daughter. Miss al differences would not be permitted The need flating here and elsewhere. There Is business men toward tho expenses of for national economy Is ono of which now very llttlo ground for hoping that will be restored as soon as possible Zella Mae, and her son Henry, have to affect the loyalty ot Illinois Rebeen visiting the Brittons for some publicans to the administration. tho Inaugural celobratlon. ha has spoken many times publicly, anyone from tho territory south of managers ot both firms stated. " ': .' ' v- . time. . i Discusses Association. .n and tho criticism in Congress over the Ohio and Potomac iflvers except NOTICE TO. .CANDIDATES Marlon, O., Jan. 10. In tho In- proposed appropriations for the lh Mr. Hert will be ln"the cabinet. With Dr. Jacob Gould Schumann, t I . IiOUISVILLE MARKETS. terest of national thrift President auguratlon have made a ' deep Im One of tho booms thus affected Is former president" of Cornell Univeiff'7 Inquiries concerning charges aBd i ii elect Harding tonight requested of pression on his mind. sity, Mr. Harding talked over at; that for Newoll Sanders, Cattle Prices ruled generally steaficials arranging for his Inauguration Just how far Mr. Harding's action of Tennessee. Mr, Sanders has been terms for anonuncoments have been length his plan for an association ot to abandon all plans for an Inaugural actually will cujtnll tho ceremonies the backbone of the Republican or- made by several, and that all may be dy with the first day of the week. nations. Confidence that it would. acquainted with our charges, will Active demand for the prime light prove corcmony. Is uncertain. It Is takon tor grant ganization in Tennesseo for some say of practical value was expressthat the following fees will be butchers. Medium and plainer kinds ed by Dr. In a telegram to E. D. McLean, ed that at least the inauguration ball, years, and tho fact that be had a talk Schurmaun, who said he chairman of tho Inaugural committee which disappeared from inaugural with Harding when tho President- charged, payment In all cases, to be unchanged. Fairly good .call for the believed no one had so correctly in at Washington, Mr. Harding declared fostlvltles at Woodrow's Instance In elect camo to Washington for tho op- made When the anouncement Is re- beat quality feeding and stacker cat- terpreted the aspirations of the Am slow sale. erlcan people as ho preferred to simply take tho oath 1913, will be one of tho features to ening of Congress gave rise to con- ceived, in no case will we vary from tle. Common stockers bad tho PresidentFairly good clearance noted. of offlco, deliver a brief address and b3 (lefinltoly ruled out of i.'ic 1021 siderable gossip that he would be put tho rule: -' elect. 'I'wjjy- Quotations: For Justice of tho Peace- - and other Prime heavy steers Another caller today thon tako up the duties ofhls office. Inauguration. In tho cabinet. This was given color was R. B.Crez-g- er district offices within tho CountyJtS 8.75; heavy shipping steers $7.50 Ho said it would make his position a by the fact that Tennessee was the. of Brownsville, Tex. Mr. Crea-g-er $5.00; for all County offices other light steers $5,506.50; fat heifers vory unhappy one It tho outlay for GOOD CITIZEN GONE. only one of the old Confederate states brought from the border an .enthan County Court Clork and Sheriff, $6 8; fa( cows $5.50 6.50; an elaborate inaugural created tho which wont for Harding. couraging picture ot Mexican affairs extravagance. Impression of cowji $4'5.50; cutters 3 4; Mr. Alfred J. Carter died at his Another of the booms pricked by $10.00; for the latter two, County declaring President Obregon seemedf At the samo time the President- homo In East Hartford Monday, the the news brought back Court Clerk and Sheriff, $12.50. For canners $2,503; bulls $4.506.50; from Marlon stability-- , In a fair way to announcements of candidates for oth feeders $5.5008; stockers $3.50 elect tolcgraphed Senator Knox, of 10th of nephritis, after an illness of Is of A, Bascom Slomp, leader of the er positions thruout the southern republic, sfyr Pennsylvania, in charge of the rates will be given on ap- 6.50,' choice milch cows $55 65; some months. Funeral services were Houso from Virginia and Republican! The Mexican situation Is bein plication. end of the plans, sugges- conducted by Rev. M. G. Snell, at National X medium to good $3035; common to Committeeman. watched closfcly by Presldent-eiM- t ting that tho proposal to erect stands Concord Baptist Church Tuesday, almedium $20 30. John M. Moorehead, former, mem BODY OF DECEASED' Harding and somo of those'ln his conon the capltol grounds for the event ter which tho remains were giyen Calves Market steady with the ber of tho House from North Caro" SOLDIER RETURNED best veals at'$13.6Q14; medium to fidence believe a recognition of bo abandoned. This proposal has been Masonic burial in the cemetery there. lina, is another Southerner whose tho subject of heated debate in Mr. Carter was one among Ohio qualifications for cabinet good $711; common to.medlum $3 new Mexican government may bo onei honors were , The remains of Jesse V. , Crowe, of his first acts as President, ' Congress, with somo members severe- - County's best citizens, respected and bolng 6. N boosted, but who is now elimi with Company y 1" "A" 48th Engineers, Hogs Prices advanced 25 50c iy objecting to use of public funds tor honored by all, who knew hlnu Ho nated. U. S. Army In. France, who died with a a purpose. ULYS FITTMAN IN was three months and three days be good active demand, for the There is no surprise hire that Sept. 20, 1918 of bronchial pneu small supply of porkors. Mr. Harding's telegram to Mr. yond the four scoro mark in age, a Harding FOR HOUSE BREAKING Best hogs should be willing- to give Mr. monia was returned, arriving here 200 pounds and up sold at $9.25; 90 McLean follows: member of Hartford Lodge No. 675, Hert anything tho Kentuckian desirUlys Plttman, a boy claiming to.ba "I beg respectfully to suggest to F. & A. M., having become a member ed. Mr. Hert was friendly to Sena- Sunday, and convoyed to Adaburg to 200 pounds $9.50; 90 pounds down where your committee tho complete aban of this lodge by demit from Hermit tor only 16 years of age was arrested, Harding's candidacy from the first place Monday. - of the remains took $8.25; throwouts $7.60 down. The deceased soldier donment of all plans for an Inaugural age Lodge No. 350 of Albion, 111., though he was Sheep and Lambs Trade unchang brought to Hartford and lodged ,1a committed to Lowdon. was a son of Mr. celebration. and Mrs. James ed. Best lambs range'd from J 7 tfB 10 ? Jail Tuesday, charged w'Ui breaHng: from which placo he came to Ken- Whenvit was seen during the last fow Crowe, of Beda, slightly more than 30 ".Heretofore I have been vory re tucky and Ohio County, some forty days of seconds $4 5; best fat sheep $3 Into the postofflce at Roslne. the Chicago convention that years of aga at the time of his death down; bucks $2 down. luctant to express my personal views years ago. He was also an honored Lowden could said that the building has been ennot be nominated Mr. and much respected by his associates tered several times recently and Mon to your committee, because I knew of member of the Concord Baptist Hort became tremendously important. Produce. In the home country. the cherished regard In our national Church. Local produce dealers quote buying day night watch was kept and Pitt-m- an The Wood people in the "hopes that The body of this soldier. Is the first prices as follows, net to shipper capltol for this quadrenlal event, and caught. if a recess from Saturday until Monthe of those to die in France, from Ohio shipper paying freight nnd drayage PROFITABLE HOGS The Plttman boyj, since belne the gonerosjty of tho citizens of tho day could be obtained tjiey could County, to be exhuined and returned cb'arges. brought here has made an atfidavlt district in making provision for It. ound up enough delegates during the for You we.ro good enough to accept tho In April 1917 Mr. Luther Chapman Interval to put that young Nathan Monroe also of , Eggs 56c dozen. Wood over, appealed chairmanship at my request and you purchased a heavy bone, duroc sow to Mr. Rosine, was an accomplice and a Butter Country 15c pound. Hert to vote with them for an MRS. DeMOSS DEAD. and your associates have won my for brooding purposes. From that adjournment. Poultry Hens 1822c lb.; large warrant has been Issued for his arThis was during the 'T"'- lasting gratitude for tho time and gilt and her descendents he has mar- lunch recess, on spring chickens 20 22c lb.; small rest. Saturday. Mrs. Zerlldlo Slaton DeMoss died labor you havo glvon In preparation. keted $2,854.43 worth of pork and But Mr. Hort lined up with tho at her homo near Hanson last Fri- 2224c lb.; old roosters 1213c "However, If It Is becoming to ex- bogs on foot. One gilt from tho Harding MiUS. ANNIE M. DANIEL forces and settled tho fight, day, nt noon, of ailments Incident to lb.; young ducks 24c lb,; No. 1 turpress my preference, I wish you and original sow, turned out for a brood opponents of Mr. Harding listened advanced ago, Burial of the remains keys 26c lb.; geese 18 20c lb,.; your committee to know that the Im- sow and used for that purpose two tensely when Kentucky Mrs. Annie M, Daniel dled'nt'hor. was called on took, place on the day following In the guineas 30cents each, young guineas pression of extravagant expenditure years or more, ho recently butchered tho roll, home near Olaton, Jan. 5, after an and, with the groat Harding Cemetery at Providence Church, Hop. 50c. and excessive cost would make mo a and sold, which weighed, net, C34 demonstration which Illness of eight days of pneumonia. went up when kins County, near her homo. very unhappy participant, I know pounds, bringing him $88.70. MARRIAGE LICENSES Burial of the remains took place on Hort announced "Kentucky casts 20 Mrs. DeMoss was 01 years old. She yys .. Mr. Chapman Is a "stickler" for votes full well that tho government outlay tho day following at Old Salem Ceme- for Harding" Jrjolatlvely small, and that the larg- selecting the largest bone gjlts for Tho fight was over. their' hopes died. mado a profession of faith In .the VG. B. Nanney. Prentiss, to Violet tor'- , . ,'. Master and became a member,-o-f the' May Cardbn, Prentiss. er expenditure comos from tho gen brooding purposes and it Is his rulo Mrs. Daniel was born Dec. 5. 1850, r M. E. Church nt about tho age of 12' J. C. McFerran, Fordsvllle, to Sa- being slightly beyond tho age ot 70 erous contributions of District citi- to glvo them ns good care and at Wo will soil you a now Wagon, years and lived a consistent member die Eskrldso. Fordsvllle. zenship,' but it Is timely-anwhole- tention 'as ho does hogs, ho propares years. Besides her husband Mr. complete slzo, for $125.00 or to tho end. Aldon Smith, Mnrtwick, to Florence Stephen Daniel, sho Is s'urvlved by some to practice tho utter donlal of for market, developing them to tho shoo your borso for ' $1.50. Sho la survived by six children, one Whltworth, McIIoriry. limit and as he says, theroby improvfour sons; J. P. of Island; B. C. and A. B. ROW & SON, of whom Is Mrs. S. T. Uaruett, of If JP1 nnfiaooUv nml .v tvlll lift A lvliAla.- ing tho stock, L. B. Ciowder, Roslno. to Donnlot Ethel, of Olaton nnd Ira Daniel, ot v ..u.vfVBl uvvvi ii... Contertowu, Ky. Hartford. Mrs. DeMoss Is also sur- I Louisville. Baize, Beaver Dam. Harding Decides To Name Heavy Loss Suffered By DeKentuckian For War partment And Clothing Chicago Mayor Visits Presid- 'Or Vice-Preside- nt ro-qu- ct .. sec-rota- w es-ta- to ct n, ry ' li y y , ' ' me-dlu- m J h-- ' - - It,!' ' ,. -- . d ... . ( , - - V. - r f-- j V argued that It would 1m much moro IfM1 n ino,un difficult to carry out .i successful iLiUAl ilA.lbiiU ill! coup d'etat when tho emperor had FARMERS PROTECTED PARDON boon succeeded by his il ughtcr. DisWITHOUT d contented nrmy ond novy officers to this Idea and a conspiracy was organized to deposo tho ompcror and Congress In Constructive iRecommendation Of At- declare a republic. Programs, Millions Saved pnlaco On Novcmbor 14, 18S9, tho torney General To Be was quietly surrounded, and on tho In Bill Made To President following morning tho"emperor nnd his family woro placed on board ship and sent to Portugal. A provisional THE UNIVERSAL CAR (Dy Snoll Smith.) "WasMnEton, Jan. 8. Releaso from government was then formed nnd a Washington, Jan. With its aconrJnomcnt but with a pardon wlth-jJicl- il proclamation Issued that tho counJ "THE FORD TOURING CAR" will lie the recommendation try would henceforth be" known as tho customed celerity tho Republican .mailo by tho attorney gcnoral In the United States of Brazil nnd that in Congress has continued to provo Its Here is the greatest car in all the world. Great because determination to wnsto no ttmo in -- casco! Eugeno V. Dobs, tho Socialist duo time a republican constitution there is more of it in use than of any other car in the world. Great talk, but meet ovory need of .tho sentenco at would be framed. deaden, serving a ton-yecountry as quickly as It may arise. because that in our demand for a million and a quarter Ford cars .Atlanta, for violation of tho espionage Dom Pedro II died at Paris, DeThus In tho last few days it has flaws, 3t was learned today from an cember G, 1891. this year fully 50 per cent of that demand is for the Touring Car. Passed In tho Houso an emergenfcTjtboritatlfo source. Surely every Ford touring car is a car of great service. You see' it cy tnrlff bill for the benefit of the Such recommendation, If favorably DAVIS INAUGURATED wherever you go, day or night, shine or rain, summer or winter farmers of tho entire country, so that dieted .upon by President Wilson, as AS OHIO GOVERNOR the ever-faithf- ul Ford Touring Car is delivering service and satistheir crops may be freed from foreign generally expected boforo March 4, competition. faction, pleasure and economy, in a larger measure than falls to xtlU not icstore tho civil rights of Mr. Columbus, O., Jan. 10. Horry" L. Investigated in the Senate tho reail)li3. "With the revival of tho story Davis, Republican, former mayor of the lot of any other one piece of mechanism in the world. coneorirtng tho President's willing- Cleveland, was Inaugurated tho forty-fift-h sons for profiteering in coal, with a We can now deliver Ford cars to you with reasonable promptness to rolease tho Socialist leader, governor of Ohio today. His first view to bringing about an immediate ness. Leave your orders without delay, if you would be wise. The It was learned that action presum- official act, upon coming Into office drop. prudent man carries his umbrella when it is dry, because any fool by saving Reduced expenditures ably would havo been taken before was to accept tho resignation from tho taxpayers $420,000,000 In tho can cany one when it rains ! for tho fact that tho White tho Unted States Senate of PresidentNever forget that right hand to eveiy Ford Touring Car is that had tho impression that Debs elect Harding and appoint Senator- - sundry civil appropriation bill alono. Tlocstf The tariff benefit meted out to tho le vas an "nnrcpontent prisoner." and universal "Ford Aftei;-Service-." Here we Frank B. Willis, Republican, to elect According to tho latest Information fill tho unexpired term. The first farmers nro included in a bill reportare, with the genuine made Ford parts, Ford mechanics, and Ford 3ln lio case, the Atlanta warden has complete Republican administration ed by "Representative Forney, chairequipment, to give service to Ford cars instantly, so that your car xfurnlsbcri n very favorable report on since the regime of Myron T. Herrlck man of tho Committee on Ways and Means, which for ten months plaros is never out of commission. the prisoner's conduct and general as governor went Into office with that might nnd such report rests now Governor Davis. In his Inaugural upon rorcui otaples V with T'ardon Attorney Turner, of the address Governor Davis pledged Ills bring competition the tallowing JDciwrtment of Justice. administration to carry out RepubliList of Farm Benefits. .Mr. Turner denied today that he can campaign promises and put the Wheat, 30 cents per bushel. made any recommendations state government on a business basis. 3iad jet BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY o She ntUrney general in the matter Wheat flour, 20 cents nd valorem. Corn, 15 cents, par bushel. tind Department of Justice officials guided the statement that special con- AUTO OF BANDITS Beans, 2 cents per pound. Peanuts, 3 cents per pound. sideration would not be given Mr. RIDDLED BY POLICE Potatoes, 25 cents per bushel. Ziehs over the other espionage cases a.irall.ln?; recommendation. Onions, 40 cents per bushel. "ThD attorney general has emph- Foiled In Attempt to Loot Bank Of Rice, 2 cents per pound. Columbia, YcgRincn Esatically sven orders that Mr. Debs Lemons, I'M cents per pound. cape Capture. Cottonseed, cocoanut and soya oils, In exchango sufficient in tho way of it. It Is due to tho decreaso In tho partment of Justlco in prosecuting, should .not bo taken out of the gegoods to enable us to purchaso the number of pensioners. Death hns under tho Lover net, some of tho men 20 cents per gallon. neral order of petitions for clemency," -- soae Jiigh products which wo desire to sell to taken 35,000 of tho Veterans of tho Interested in tho coal business in this official stated. "If a Cattle, 30 per cent ad valorem. (Louisville Times.) I know of somo suits that them. They can obtain from us tho Civil War In tho last year and moro country. Sheep, $2 per head. curtailment of the sentence Is Columbia, Ky Jan. 10. Veggmen -- araereil," he added, "it will be based Fresh mutton and lamb 2 cents goods which wo wish to sell and than 120,000 in tho last five years. have been begun, but I know of nitroglycerin, modern burglar which they wish to buy only on cred- Tho commltteo has no prldo In pre- nono that has terminated successfulper pound. 3pnn tho general rules of application with tools and an automobile failed in an nnaM Ho cases and not as the result attempt to rob the Dank of Columbia Unwashed wool 15 cents per pound. it, 'but tho individuals in our country senting this decreased appropriation ly." or the corporation seeking to mako for pensions. It Is still a largo ap30 cents per pound. Interstate Commerce Commissioner ol amy pressure from committees or shortly after midnight this morning, Washed-wool- , the sales to Europe cannot themselves propriation, but it represents ono of Altchlson, was asked by Senator CalJthE picas of anybody." Sheep Growers Stung. and "TOth the intimations received that where Frank and Jesse James said Fordney, carry credit lines sufficient .to enable the most sacred obligations of tho der If coal was bolng hold for higher "Sheep growing," Cole Younger, on horseback and with proceed with sales without government ono we could not ig- prices or speculation. sayarilon and the restitution of civil Ho answorcd: one of the most important In- them to hold-u- p ready cash. The on nore if we would and one wo would "I have no doubt of it. Thero has . rights would likely be wthheld from revolvers, staged a successful A. C. "Is we have. Before tho war taking all of tho dustries 1872, ly way in which wo can furnish suf not Ignoro If we could. been tho greatest crossing of orders, Hit Debs, It hecame known that the April 29, cashier. after killing R. our production of wool was 300,000,-00- 0 people in Europe "It represents tho debt of gratltudo doublo crossing of orders, and doublo his friends have been mak-.r- c Martin, rffsrts ol pounds annually, while our an- ficient credit to the The yeggmen took prisoner Pete In Ms "behalf now will be redou-Siteto make the purchase from us is by tho people owe to their defenders, crossing of consignees and thoso that Garvin, rural route mall carrier, as he nual consumption was 500,000,000 having the investing public in Ameri and they will willingly pay that ob- havo had contracts during secure a full pardon. lo tho past pounds. During the war we learned arrived in town Just after midnight, ca take un .these lines of credit and ligation, now as in tho past, nnd in ninety days that I have ever known locking him In a back room. Tho the lesson that many of tho thlng3 carry them. If the War Finance tho future as in tho present. This about In my business experience." 2LSST CHATTER OP BRAZIL'S burglars had blown the combination used In this country should bo entire- Board can loan money to the people bill docs not represent tho full exRiddlck Ald.s Homesteaders among them. . IH1SX0IIY AS EMPIRE WRITTEN knob off the first vault door and were ly produced hero, wool per cent of all the sheep on mnklng the exports to Europo and j tent of our obligations to tho defondBecauso of the conditions everyIn the vestibule when a crowd of late Ninety bonds and ers of tho nation. It carries tho pen where In tho country, for which tho western ranges are mortgaged for then in turn issuo their 'Ho Janero, Jan. 8. The last chap- - card players, noticing the guard out- the per public will sions for thoso who woro in wars Republican party more money than tho tho American Investing Is finding remedy, r siEr of Brazil's history as an empire side the door, gave the alarm. head $9 i purchase theso bqnds, that credit is prior to tho World War. But a Ropresontatlvo Carl W. Riddlck, of yeggmen were pursued toward sheep will sell on tho market for. i written today with the arrival The tkvs small number of men engaged In tho Montana, ono of tho fow furnished." real "dirt zimm Portugal aboard the Brazilian Lebanon, at which town the police, Ninety per cent of the cattle on tho war with Germany are cared foe In farmers" of tho Houso, has IntroducCities Helped Also. tu uiu uuuma ui armed with pump guns, riddled the western ranges are mortgaged, for 'jaiiicsnip oao bill. Tho obligation to tho mil- ed a bill providing this that any homo-steformer Enperor Dom Pedro II, and machine with bullets after it had $45 per heal more money than they ..So, then, with the enactment of lions who were enrolled in the army sottler or cntryman who, durEmpress Thereza Christina, who were failed to stop when ordered. After will sell for. A statement was mado these two measures tho Republicans and navy in that war will bo met by ing the calendar year 1921 finds It exiled on the birth of the republic in leaving Lebanon all trace of the bank of a shipment to the Chicago stock- havo rendered Immediate relief to other appropriation bills, for compen- necessary to leavo bis homestead to xssa. none of the sur- yards where, after paying the freight, the farmers of tho country and Inrobbers was lost, sation for death and disability, for Accompanying tho bodies were rounding towns having seen them, al- discount, allowances and commission, directly to all the consumers of tho medical and hospital services, for scok employment in order to obtain food and othor necessaries of llfo for the farmer received 33 cent3 net out country, for if tho farmers are so "Baron TVIuattba, the former emperor's though all were notified. for mainte- hlmsolf, family and work stock beA hurt by falling prices that they can- vocational education, of tho price of $2.10 delivered. seeic-tary-, Count Deu, husband of Search Is Instituted. nance of soldlors homes, and for adIn tho belief that one or more of day or two ago I ordered lamb chops not buy, then the industrial centers ministration of theso agencies. Theso cause of great and sorious drought former Princess Isabel, and his son, of their market. I received .two, con- will lose one-ha- lf conditions, causing total or partial Prince Pedro de Braganza. All of the four or five men In the machine. at a restaurant. appropriations will be larger than returning to Brazil for the were wounded, tho authorities of Ma- taining two mouthfuls In each, and And, vice versa, if tho industrial cen- those in this bill, and the total ap- failure of crops may, upon tiling with them are years. rlon County are making a search in paid 65 cents for them twice as ters face inaction and unemployment propriations to meet the obligations tho register and receiver proof of first time in thirty-on- e such condtlons in tho form of a much as was received by the farmer through foreign competition, the farm "who as regent, signed the unfrequented districts. Isabel, market will be somowhat diminished. to tho defenders of tho country will affidavit, bo oxcusod from "decree freeing the slaves one year be-cThe bandits were In a Ford touring for tho entire sheep." It Is a residence upon his homestead during So the Republican party has sought amount to $575,485,490. Trotfictlon Is For All. tbo iamlly was exiled, was un-si- car with the curtains up. When they lnrge amount this Congress Is called all or part of 1921 and In tho making Democrats In the House set up the to maintain the purchasing power of lo come, as she Is suffering from arrived in Columbia they stopped In upon to appropriate to care for the of final proof shall bo construed as About old contention that protection means the cities by shutting oft immigra- men who Jiad health. front of the Christian Church. surrendered their places the same time Garvin arrived on the high prices. They wero answered by tion for a period of ono year, and and opportunities in civil lite to sac- maintaining constructive rcsidenco on his homestead. 2, public square in his machine, carry-I- n tho Republican statement that tho will do so further by the enactment "Pedro II, was born December rifice health and life for tbo common gmall from Campbellsville. At the lack of protection means Idle Indus- of a protective tariff at the special welfare, but we cannot and daro not 1S25. became emperor of Brazil on To Tho Dyspeptic. Use abllcation of his father, Pedro I, point of a gun he was taken into the tries, unemployment and lack of mon- session of Congress to be called by talk of economy in meeting such an Would you not llko to feel that Xa 1S31. bank and a man assigned to guard ey to 'pay for either labor or goods. President Harding In March. It is obligation." your stomach troubles aro over, that Ralney, of Illinois, anticipated that tho Republicans will rSTffUcr the long reign of Dom Pedro him. Cashier John W. Flowers said Representative Coal Robbery Rife. you can eat any kind of food that 3T progress and material prosperity that they got no farther than the first ranking Democrat on the Ways and waste no more time over tho tariff Senator Calder, of New York, as you crave? Consider then the tact .made steady advancement In Brazil. door when they were seen. In their Means Committee, recalled the con- bill than .they have over the Importadopted chairman of the Housing Commltteo, that Chamborlaln's Tablets havo cur- "WTJiIlo; outbreaks occurred occaslon--aUhurried departure they left behind all troversy over tho passage of the ant constructive measures Col.'Wentz, president od Payne-Aldricothora why not you. Thero aro law. Ho did not re- during the past three weeks! It is has shown that Bono of them was of a very their tools. new tariff of tho National Coal Association, was many who havo been restored ' to Rio 3erions nature, excepting In Campbellsvillo and Lebanon police fer to the promises of price reduction believed here that the Invited by the War Department to health by taking theso tablets and jQtajuIo do Sul, where a long guer-xSH- x Immediately were notified. The alarm which brought on Republican defeat, laws will bo on tho statute books by purchaso for them not exceeding 275,-00- 0 can now eat any kind of food that warfare, was carried on against came to late at Campbellsville, but or that prices are now three times June. tons of coal ant1 merely for not- they crave. No time is wasted in getting imin ne imcprlal authority. Dom Pedro, Capt. N. H. Wilkinson, night chief of what thoy were when he and his feling as agent of tho War Depart-4 a. highly educated man, devoted a Lebanon police, with Harry Stoy and low Democrats in the Houso promised portant measures thru. Thus the penJ,W sion bill was passed in a day. On ment be was to bo paid $1.17,000. Jfcccje portion of his time toward "ELECTIOX" FEBRUARY 0. Walter Philips, lay in wait with two to bring them down. before tho committee It was also pointed out by the the flopr it was In charge of "Undo Tho evidence ho had already procurthe cause of education in his pump guns and a revolver at Fourth our allies in tho,war Joe" Cannon, who has received an indicated that --ooantry. Washington, Jan. 8 Whilo WarDemocrats that and Main Streets, Lebanon. government, while acMng ren Q. Harding and Calvin Coolidgo would be unable to pay the $10,000,-000,00- 0 ovation on the attainment by htm at ed for the About 1830 after the spread of SoRond To Louisville Blocked. as Its agent, 150,000 tons of coal, in- woro they owe us unless we per- tho age of 85 of tho distinction of chosen for Prosldent and Vlco cialist doctrines, a desire for a change At 3:10 o'clock tho car with tho volving a commission of $75,000. la. sovcrnment became evident. At bank robbers approached. Capt. Wil- mitted them to find a ready market having served longer in Congress than Col. Wentz's mlno In West Virginia, President of tho United States In tlrst there was no personal anlmosl-irasaln- kinson stepped into full view and or- for their goods hero. To this "Nick" iany othor man in the history of tho the Stonega Mine, was selling coal at tho Novombor general elections, thoy yot boon officially elected, tho emporor, but this state dered It to stop. The answer of the Longworth of Ohio, retprted that ho country more than 43 years. Demper ton, and while acting for havo not and will not bo until February 9. would sacrifice every cent of .that ocrats and Republicans alike Joined $3.50 at things gradually changed. driver was to turn on more gas. tho government he sold coal to the Two important stops remain to bo When Bom Pedro left Brazil late Tho three men fired thirteen shots sum rather than sacrifice our Indus- In pralso of .him. It he serves thru War Department at $11 a ton. "I inRepublican his present term, which his present Ifxi tbo eighties for a tour thru taken to comploto itholr eloction. Ono, through the curtains and tonneau, but trial Independence. Tho quired" said Senator Calder, "of Co the mooting of college, the and tho United States, ho ap- falld to stop tho machine. The police, majority took the view that It was health would Indicate he will, it will Wentz if ho sold any of his $3.50 takes place Monday,electoral been just fifty years since he pelated Princess, Isabel, his eldest however prevented tho machine from much better that the farmers of the have whilo tho final government He said ho to daughter, to act as regent. She show-t- making tho turn toward Louisville. nation be protected In their prosperi- entered tho Houso, in March, 1873. coal not,the ho told other people's stop will be taken on Wednesday, but Europe be look- Ho helps to keep young by dining ev- did February 9, at a Joint meeting of tbo herself so swayed in political The bandits left over tho Short Lino ty rather than that ery evening at tho Press Club and in- coul lulhe goverrment at $11 a ton, Sonnte and House of Ilafirosontattvos 4psiestlond by church lntluenco that Road Captain Wilson said, but could ed after first. a profit of CO out of which he inado "KMjKral feeling becamo moro and more have cut over to Springfield or could Tho tariff measure, now bitterly variably indulging in a few games of when itho certificates of tho vote of cents per ton. The American peoplo cjiililynastlc. gone to Porryvlllo. Theso towns fought In the Senato by tho Demo- dominoes with tho "boys" thore. Ho have ngroo that a transaction each state are opened In tho presenco would nover of the entire Congress and duly count, AutUhor incident which strengthen-- d wero notified Immediately by tho Le- crats thero, passed tho Houso by &n carries his cigar at tho samo angle was perfectly legitimate whereby a opposition was tho sudden banon operator, hut nothing was seen overwhelming majority nnd Is In line and often sits at tho domino tablo tht operator win sold coal for $3.50 od. coal At tho conclusion of this ceromony abolition liy tho princess of slavery of tho machine. Ilardstown officers with tho Republican effort to assist with his hat cocked on the back of a ton to his private customers should, tioinponsatlon to slave ow- lay in wait until nearly dawn, but tho farmers in marketing their pro- his head, and in his shirt alcoves, Vice President Marshall will officialtwUhout whilo representing tho government, ly declare Mr. Harding and Mr. Cool ducts abroad by a revival of the War with his coat over tho back of his ners. thore was no sign of tho machine. u ton, coal for it at ' idgo to havo boon olocted. -Hnanco Board. Representative Jamo3 chair. In explanation of the pension obtain tho close of 1SS8 tho om- aj ICoward Justice Department Asleep, HOME EXLAltGEMKXT. II. Mann, of Chicago, sums it up this bill, "Undo Joe" said: Teturnod, being received with ajurar "I know that thero has been some "Undo Joe" On Pensions. way: Heartburn, indigestion or distress L savory demonstration of affection and "This bill calls for appropriations activity on tho par.t of the Depart of thQ stomach is instantly relleeMlTy jt "Wo havo tho goods. Tho people sstuniny thQ populace Even among Each soparato photograph on a moreduc- ment of Justlco.'She Senator wont on, tho ailvocatos of republicanism thore tion picture film Is under one square of Europe havo tho want. Thoy o amounting to $265,000,000 a appro- "but not in my Judgment as great as Horblno. It fprccs tho badlydigested food out of the body and refor?3 This means that when our goods, but thoy can purchase tion of $14,000,000 from the .v&s 7io Intention of dethroning Dom lnoh in size. a fow cxtremo mom-- . tho platuro is thrown on tho screen, thorn only" by payment In cash, by priations of tho present year. Tho de- could easily havo been, I bollovo tono In tho stomach ana" bmyels. 6adro-xaoutln,i. economy for thoro Is plenty of evidence obtainable Price COc. Sold by Ohio CountyDrujc ,',' bors ul Tho party, who apparently 20x22 feot In size. It is magnified I erodit. or by exchange. Thoy cannot crease Is not an item of pay tho cash. Thoy cannot give us which tho commltteo claims any cred that would have warranted tho De Company. tho upper hand. Thoy more than 03,000 times. - Jwoa sained en hit II - I ral-Ho- ar ex-co- pt ever-dependab- Y -- ile -- di-tie- s: BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY par-aZnn.- nr -- sa -- ad cd ie y. J H st Eu-tro- pe & ill de-dr- wv - V- - .. - - -- ., I t. Kv r v r-- I. i -- r recommend to all offlcors of this 1:30 P. M., Agr. Bldg. Address, PROGRAM stnto, tho mayors, tho county officials, Doan T. P Cooper, Collego of Agr., superintendents and teachers of qur Lexington, Ky. TAXES FOR WAR public schools, ministers and priests Of The Ninth Arinunl Farm nnd Homo 1:45 P. M. Tho Policies of tho Convention, College of Agriculof our bhurchos, and upon each and Horticultural Society, ture, University of Ky.t At every citizen, business establishment, Pres! W. H. Stitcs, Henderson, Ky. Lexington, Feb. 1, 2, a, I. civic or othIndustrial plants, 2:20 P M. Fundamentals In Government Bills For 1920 er organizations, trado,all employees and Fruit Growing, Prof. J. H. Gourley, Tuesday, February 1, ., or members thereof to exert every Aids Limitation Of n Morgantown, Wesit Va. effort, Individually and thru their lo- 9 A. M. Agr. Dldg. .3:20 P. M. How Tho Extension Armaments Farm Poultry Houses J. II. Bard- - Division Is Aiding In Tho Transform. cal Thrift Committees, to makeNa-tlon'sloy. Thrift Weok n porlod of con ntlon of Neglected Orchards, II. R. ' Production of High Grade Tobac NIswonger, Lexington, Ky. structive thought and action and of The Great Paper of the Southland (Loulsvlllo Hornld.) co E. J. Kinney. economic planning for ovcryono 3:40 P. M. Ups nnd Downs of a Washington, Jnn. 8. Proposals within their sovoral communities. Grapo Growing for tho homo, town, Fruit Grower In tho Hills, II. Van looking toward a limitation of armannd country C. W. Matthews. Antwerp, Farmers, Ky. Given under my hand, this tho ments aro finding growing support Pavilion, Some Principles of Live Given undor my hand, tho great Discussions, Adjournment. In congress. stock Feeding E. S. Good. The Courier-Journ- al seal of tho state, at tho city of Frankis ably edited; it is sane 6:00 P. M. Banquet, place to bo For congressmen see that pledges fort, this the 3rd day of January, in 10 A. M. Agr. Dldg. announced. dignified in its handling of news; it is fearless,, yet for a rcdtSfion of expenditures and the year of our Lord 1921. Somo Marketing Problems O. D. Spcclnl Session for Women. taxation can not bo mot It hcaVy apfair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be Jesncss. Edwin P. Morrow, Governor. Wednesday, February 2. propriations for army and navy aro Somo Important Items In Farm EDWIN P. MORROW, found the champion of clean government. 9:30 A. M. Little Theater Demapprovod, Management for 1920 W. D. Governor. onstration with class of Homemakers, It Jolted Congress to find that only Nicholas. t The Courier-Journ- al surpasses all its competitors 7 cents out of each dollar needed to Pattern, Tho Ilct Cough Medicine. Pavilion, Liming tho Soil P. E. Adjusting the Individual in equipment for getting the news of the dayvbecause Miss Helen A. Harrlman. pay the government's bill In 1920 When a druggist finds that his cus Karrnker. 11 A. M. Chapel. went for all civil expenditures. tomers all speak well of a certain Mixing and Handling Concroto on it has not only the Associated Press dispatches 2 P. M. Llttlo Theatre Playlet This has been shown by a scientific preparation, he forms a good opinion tho Farm W. G. Kaiser, Portthe full wire service of the New York Times. In adby tho class In Dramatic Production annlysis mado by Dr. Edward 1). Rosa, c It and when In need of such a medier land Cement Company. chlef-physlunder tho direction of Prof. MIkesell, dition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort of tho Bureau of cine Is almost certain to use It him- 11 A. M., Chapel. Standards. Rosa's study covered tho self and In his family. This is why Greetings from Pres. F. L. McVey. Director of Llttlo Theatre. and at Washington. 2:30 P. M. Aro Prevalent Diseases porlod from 1910 to 1920. so mnny druggsts'uso and recommond 1:30 P. M., Pavilion. Cost of Earlier Wrs. Chamberlain's Cough Romcdy. J, D. Meeting of the Kentucky Sheop Preventable? by Dr. Holmes, DepartNo Kentucky Home Is Complete Without re. ment of Hygiene. Excluding World War costs, it is Jones, a well known druggist of Cu- Breeders' Association. 3:30 P. shown that for tho porlod tho civil ex brun,Ky., says, "I havo used Cham' Interlude. Tho Puro Fabric Law and the Mar 3:40 P. M. Standards of Health m penditures of tho government am- bcrlaln's Cough Remedy in myfamlly keting of Wool Prof. W .C. K. for Children, Dr. Caroline Hedger, By special arrangements wo aro now ablo to offer ounted to about $ 1 out of $3, the for tho past seven years, and havo Coffey, University of 111. mi other $2 being consumed by normal found It to bo tho best cough mcdl- Judging Sheep and a demonstra- of Elizabeth McCormlck Memorial, The Daily Courier-Journ- al Chicago. appropriations for army and navy, clno I have ever known." m tion in killing and dressing Tliursdny, February 8. m AND THE pensions and othor expenses duo to L. J. Horiacher, E. J. Wilford. 9:00 A. M. Agr. Bldg. Care and previous wars. SOCIALIST DESERTER Better Sheep for Kentucky R .C. Hartford Republican Feeding of the Chicks and Growing ADVISES "HOT LEAD" For 1920, howevor, out of $5,680,-005,70- 5 Miller. Stock, J. R. Smyth. Tho Spray ProBoth one jear, by mall, for only $5.75 appropriated, only TRACTOR SCHOOL gram for the Applo Orchard, A. J. Davenport, La., Jan. 8. Mayor O. went for administration 9 A. M., Pavilion General con Olnoy. This offer applies to renewals as well as new subscriptions-,- , bwt This amounts to L. Bnrowald, who recently resigned of civil mnttors. struction of a gas engine. Pavilion Feeding the Dairy Cow, from tho Socialist party, today Issued 3.19 per cent of tho total. only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. Now 10 A. M. Laboratory Tractor Op J. J. Hooper. The Soybean for KenFor public works including river an order to tho police to rid itho town may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will eration and harbor appropriations, reclama- of radicals and to use riot guns If 11 A. M., Chnpol Greetings from tucky, Ralph Kenney. date from expiration of present ones. 10 A. M. Agr. Bldg. Some Means tion, Alaskan railroads, public buildPresident F. L. McVey. If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute- Tl of Reducing Production Costs on the ings, Panama Canal, etc., $168,203,-05- 7. Load up the riot guns for Imme1:30 P. M. Pavilion Tho Four Louisville Times for the Courier-Journa- l. 1C or 2.97 per cent was spent. Farm, W. D. Nicholls. Cooperative diate use and give them a rdecption Cylinder Motor,' Construction with hot lard" was tho mayor's order Send or bring your orders to tho offlco of For research, educational and of Valves, Cam Shaft and Tim- Livestock Shipping Associations, D. G. Card. activities of the govern- to the chief. ing Gears. Pavilion The Maintenance of Ni"Wo don't want any 'reds' hero and '2:30 P. M. Laboratory ment, baroly 1 por cenfbr $57,093,-66THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Setting trogen Through tho Use of Manure, wo will go itho limit to keep them Tho Valves on a was used. Tractor. Residues and Legumes, Dr. R. E. Tho remaining 92.83 por cent, or out " 8pecIoI Session for Women Stephenson. Breedingnnd Testing J 1,270,021.17 was eaten up by the Tuesdny, Feb. 1, 1021. hang-ove- r Dairy Cows, E. M. Prewitt. charges from past wars and DO YOU The 9:30 A. M. Llttlo Theatre: tho cost of maintaining a great army Demonstration In Easy Method of Croamery Business In Kentucky, J. CATCH COLD and navy. Making Patterns Miss Helen O. Barkman. 11 A. M., Chapel Address, W. F. urged a wise expenditure in EASILY? Ilosa A. Harrlman, formerly assoHandschin, University of Illinois. certain lines of research and dovclop- in ciated with Mrs. Reed nient will do much more for war pre- Your Vitality Is Ijow Resistance clothing work, now Extension Judging of Jersey and Holsteln Cows BLAGK-DRAHhparedness than Immense sums spent Weak. T Field Agent In Clothing in by Audience. army and navy, and M. Pavilion 1:30 P. directly on tho Outlook for Kentucky. Dairymen B. H. Rawl, Chief Govat tho samo time will promote pcaco YOU NEED PEPTO-MAXGA11 A. M., Chapel: time advancement and prosperity. Greetings from Pre3. F. L. McVey. ernment Bureau of Dairying. Horse White Haired Alabama Lady Says She Has Seen Medicines Power on tho Farm, W. F. Handschin, "The World War" ho says, "dem- Ul.li, Rod Mood Will Strengthen You 2 P. M., Llttlo Theatre: University of 111. Tho Food Value onstrated that modern wars aro not mid Put You On Your F ct and Go But The "Old Reliable" Thedford's Black-Draug- U Musical Prelude Prof. Lampert. Ky. of Milk, Nell armies, but of peoples. Their IntelTo Resist Cold. Able 2:30 P. M. Little Theater: Came and Stayed. Dajry Cattle Breeding In the South, lectual and Industrial resourcefulness How to grow Simple Flowers W. W. Fitzpatrlck, American Guernaro more important than the initial healthy normally Your system Olnoy, Horticultural Prof. sey Cattle Club. Tho Creamery Liequipment of armies and fleets. should never catch cold. Your body 'Department. Dutton, Ala. In recommending Thed feeling after .meals. Soar sfonwcSr safe-siccense Law", P. E. Bacon. Awarding uhlch Is adjusted to take caru of sudden 3:00 P. M. Littlo Theatre: "Thereforo a government ht headache can be relieved by SAasg; to her friends and pays much nttontlon to education, re- rhanges In tho weather. ford's Attractive Flower Containers and Premiums for best exhibit of milk and cream, J. O. Barkman. search and Industrial development well-kno"Is i hen you are run down nnd It It aids digestion sftsc neighbors here, Mrs.T. F. Parks, a Their Use Miss Mdybell Cor4:00 P. M. Separate Sessions of work, is making tho boat preparation your Ital'ty is low tint jour body nell. Jackson County lady, said: "I am ssists the liver in throwing off ksaS-tie- s. Kentucky Jersey Cattle Club, Kentucfor possible wars. cannot adjust itsolf. Then you take 3:30 P. M. Llttlo Theatre: I am glad to recommend ISfeek "My Increasing the power and pres- cold. C. of Nutrition Dr. Mary ky Holsteln Club; Kentucky Dairy gelling up in years; my head is pretty A. B. tige of tho nation, such preparation , Products Association. you keep your blood in good If Schwartz Rose, Columbia Uniwhite. I have seen medicines and reme Draught, and do, to my frless aa& (Send for premium list offered for tends to prevent war and so pays for condition, with plenty of red corpusversity. tho best samples of milk and cream dies come and go but the old reliable neighbors." Itself twlco over." cles, you will bo strong and your Wednesday, February 2. ht Thedford's Is a stewbody will easily adjust Itself to sudA "Breed sent to tho meeting. Entries close came and stayed. I am talking of 9 A. M., Agr. Building Pleurisy pains are located Just be- den changes. You will throw oft tho ing Program for Farm Poultry, J. H. January 15.) liver medicine we have used ard household remedy with a rccae2 afc- a low tho short ribs. Lumbago affects cold germs Thursday, Feb. 3. that go flying Into the Kentucky tho samo region but toward the back. nlr when someono with a cold Martin. A Mpcting of tho for years one that can be depended up- over seventy years of successful: 9 A. M. Pavilion Ignition. State Horticulture Society. Dallard's Snow Liniment Is tho reme- sneezes. 10 A. M. Laboratory Study of on and one that will do the work. Every one occasionally needs ! Pavilion Tho value of Improved dy Jn either case. If rubbed In thormen, women and chil- Livestock on the Farm, W. S. Ander- Ignition Systems. "Black-Draug- ht will relieve indigestion to help cleanse the system of oughly It cases pain, relaxes tho mus11 A. M. Chapel Address, W. F. dren eat woll. They havo plenty of cles and the patient can movo nbout energy. They go along with a smile son. Selection of Seed Corn for Insist upon "Radfand constipation if taken right, and I know Try 111. Resistance to Diseases, W. D. Val-lea- Handschin, Univ. of freoly and comfortably. Price 25c, because thoy feol right. 1:30 P. M. Pavilion Magnetos. I tried it. It is the best thing I have ord's, the genuine. for 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by tho successful Try 2:30 P. M. Laboratory Ignition 10 A. M. Agr. Bldg Cooperative m Ohio County Drug Co, At all druggists. y&r found lor ite Sdl. uncomfortable tonic. It Is a wonderful blood build Marketing, p. B. Jesness. Forms of troubles. t you feel Phosphate and their Use, S. C. Jones. er. Tako It for awhile till Spcclnl Session for Women PROCLAMATION ry National Swine Growers Assn., UNCLE SAM'S BILLS right. Thursday, February 3. Pavilion Tho Problem of Farm Popto-MangIs widely and hearti&":30 A. M. SHOW FALLX5IS WW How to "Use Littlo Theatre Effi- Chicago. Diseases of Swine, Dr. Prices, C. B. Williams. State of Kentucky, Executlvo DeIs efby partment, office of tho Governor, ly endorsed easyphysicians. ItIs pre- Concrete to Improve Sanitary Con- ciency Methods in Making Clothes, Dimock. Does tho Soybean Produce .to tako. It fective and Soft Pork? by E. J. Wilford. AdMiss Helen A. Harrlman. Washington, Jan. C. The sfc bST ditions on tho Farm, W. G. Kaiser. Frankfort. pared In both liquid and tablet form. 1 1 : 0 0 A. M. Chapel Address, W. dress, James E. Downing, Springfield, running the United States gfxsmsa 11 A. M Chapel Land Values, tho 17th day of Janunry Whereas properties aro tho Dr. L. C. Gray, Otflco Farm Mngt. F. Handschin, Unlv, of 111. III. medicinal ment last year amoue'ed tassssae marks tho day of tho birth of Bcnja- - Tho 1:30 P. M. Agr. Bldg. Meeting of lmately $5,064,000,000 same. Vashlngton, D. C. 2:00 P. M. Llttlo Theare Musias: Franklin, who, by procopt and . mln Sold at any drug store Dut bo the Kentucky Poultry Association. about $11,728,000,000 In 191ff-1:30 P. M. Pavilion Meeting of cal Prelude, Prof. Lampert. !. example, became America's Apostle euro you get tho genuine) Pepto-Mang- tho Kentucky Beef Cattle Breeders' 2:30 P. M. Tho relation of Home Benefits of a State Poultry Associa- total expenditures outside, oC &ay-me- nts Thrift, and of "Gudo's". Ask for it by tion, L. L. Jones, Secy Indiana Poulon the public debt weretwBl Whereas .the Young Men's Christian name, and bo sure tho full name, I Association. Beet Cattle Carcass Demonstration Agents to tho Women try Association. Round Table Dis- ed today in accounts obtained, team U(lgmg Demonstration, John Gosling, of Kentucky, Miss Margaret Whltt-morAssociation, with tho support and co, Is on the f j.. wiifnni. ,..-- -ir State Leader of Home Demon- cussion. the daily Treasury statqmentsc MWk W operation of tho Treasury Depart- "Gudo's" -package Advertisement. 9:00 A. M. Pavilion Care and Address W. C. Hanna, Com'r., of stration Agents. Treasury officials said tonigh-&at- . of the United States and many ment Agriculture. 2:45 P..M. The Value of a Com- Repair of Tractors. while ordinary disbursements. JbbuK commercial, civic and educational orTO TEST CAPTAIN'S 10:00 A. M. Laboratory. 9 A. M., Pavilion Tractor Lubri- munity Laundry to Farm Women, not yet come down to tho ?"T.Q. ganizations, has sot apart Donjamtn LIQUOR PRIVILEGES cation, 11:00 A. M. Chapel. Address, 000,000 mark set by Secretary IEmmu Miss Elenor Enrlght, Extension Field Franklin's birthday as National Thrift Dr. Campbell, Cincinnati 10 A. M. Laboratory Study of Agent. ton in his estimate of the- - remf-winns- ) day" and has planned for tho obsersuit Tractor Lubricating Systems. Pavilion Tractor needed for future fiscal yeaxs 1:30 P. M. Seattle, Wash., Jan. 8 A 3:30 P. M. Poise in Relation to vance of thp week January 17 to 23 which will contest tho right of the Health, Dr. Elizabeth Campbell, Cin- Implements. 11 A. M. Chapel. ponditures would continue to. as National Thrift Week, designed 2:30 P. M. Laboratory Demon- Gradual liquidation of war United States Customs Sorvlco to fine- 1:30 P. M. Pavilion Fuels and cinnati, O. to stlmulato tho individual to think may havo liquor on Carburetlon. stration of Tractor Implements. - Friday, February 4. and expenses, officials declared at-plal-ned straight and act wisely in regard to ship masters who Special Session for Women. board tholr ships not declared on the 9 A. M. Agr. Bldg. Standard tho drop in expendfttwasg 2:30 P. M. Laboratory Study of monoy. mattors in the reals of earnFrlduy, February 4, 1021. vessels' manifests, will be started In Carburetors, Construction and Ad- Bred Poultry, A. S. Chapln. Pavilion which, they added, would have: ing, spending, saving, Investing, and 9:30 P. M. Little Theater The greater but for the additional tho near future, according to an an- justment. A Practical Lesson in tho Grading giving, and nouncement made by government of- Kentucky State Horticultural Society. of Wool, L. J, Horiacher. Varieties Value of Proper Color and Line in dens, such as loans and advancos 5to it behooves every citizen Whereas ficials. of Clover and Their Adaptation to Dress for Women, Miss M"belle tho railroads Imposed on the Tast-sur- y. Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1021. to take serious thought to lessen Cornell. The case will be that of Capt. John 9 A. M. Agr. Bldg. Called to or- Kentucky, E. N. Fergus. and waste ia order to Alwen, master of tho United States der by Pres. W. II. Stltes, Henderson, 11.00 A. M. Chapel Address, Dr. 10 A. M. Agr. Bldg. Somo means Ordinary receipts for 1920 amona-- ed strengthen tho character of our Shipping Board, steamer Endicott, Ky. Report of tho Secretary, Ben.' of Reducing Production Costs on the Campbell, Cincinnati. to $6,431,660,000 in round nusat and thai thero may be built tho E. Niles, Henderson, Ky. 2:00 P. M. Llttlo Theatre Musi- bors as agalnsk $6,772,000,000vftrtho Farm, W. D. Nicholls. Pavilion up a more stapld, prosperous, and which arrived In November from Orient. On this particular arrival previous year. Collections of Income 9: IS A. M. Appointment of Com- Suggoslons for Improvement in Mar- cal Prelude, Prof. Lampert. truly American populatlqn, and Captan Alwen failed to llstQrty-flv- e 2:30 P. M. Feeding of Children and profits flaxes totaled $3,570,W keting Methods, O, B. Jesness. Some mittees. Whei'eas tho economic educational Eichel-berge- r. on vessel 000 in the past year compare wWCxz 9:20 A. M. Observations in the Experimental Tests a Farmer May a National Problem Mls program of National Thrift Week Is quarts of liquor found paytho the fine Fnmous Fruit Districts of the Pacific, Profitably Make, Georgo Roberts. and he has refused ito $4,337,000,000 in 1919. well devised t"b foster these deslrabla " ' by the customs Northwest, Frank, T. Street, Jadlz, Some Lessons Gleaned from Indiana 3:15 P. M,. Hesitation. by increasing the knowl- assessed against him conditions, 3:30 Tho Care of Children, Dr. Poultry Demonstration Farms, L. L. concep- officials. Lamo back, may corao from owBr-wo- rk, Ky. edge and practice of n broad pojd settled In tho mucciss-oi- r 9:50A. M. Report of Committee Jones, Scc'y. Indiana Poultry Associa- Campbell, Cincinnati. tion of thrift a thritt, not only , t 'back, or from disease. Itr t&a s. Elec- tion. otf Constitution and the 'economic but also social, educational, 11 A. M. Chapel Address, Dr. tion of Officers. The liver loses Its activity at times two fornjor cases tho right remedy Sa physical, and religious 10:30 A. M. Drawing Dividends Campbell, Cincinnati. and noeds help. Herblne Is an effec- flALLAHD'S SNOW LINIMENT. H . Now, therofore, I, Edwin P. MorFor Infants and Children 1;30 P. M. Pavilion Meeting pf tive liver stimulant. It also purities 'shoyld bo rhbbed in thoioughly over from a Leased Orchard, V. C. Razor, of tho State of Kenrow, Governor tho Kentucky Swine Breeders' As- tho bowels strengthens digestion and the nffectod part, the relief will Dcr Years Salt Lick, Ky. tucky, by vlrtuo of tho authority vest-eV- In Use For Over SBc-- . sociation, The Pure Bred Hog Busi restores strength, vlcor and cheerful 'proniBt and satisfactory. Pi 11:00 A. M. Chapel. me, hereby designate tho week Always bears ness, and Its Relation to the Swine spirits. "Price 60c Sold by Ohio, 50c and $1,00 per bottle. Hold hr Unlvorslty Cafeteria the 12:30 A. M. Mi January ii nu -- o, muuniro, no .mm Ohio County Drug Co. ni. Industry, W. J. Carmichael, Secreta- - County Drug Company. , Lunch. ( WnaiTbrlft Week, and do earnestly Signature of 93 PER CENT OF The Louisville al Courier - J and but clst sical m ' $181,-0S7,225.- 41 ii H ne.-essar- 0, THE 11 0 RELIABLE" " N THED FORD'S Roach,-Loulsvil- le, Black-Draug- Black-Draug- Black-Draug- ht, Black-Draug- Rod-blood- Black-Draug- ht. u, Popto-Manga- n, f v an ; w'l a&fe. an Popto-Manga- n" ,. e, r lp C ASTORIA 30 By-law- in am&&k j -- V'. yam M'1. v-- -r The Hartford Republican minting unTFOiw Incorporated companv S. TIXSIiMV, Publlslicd "Weekly by Editor of Mr. nnd Mrs. A. It. Itlal died last Friday and was burled tho day following In Oakwood cemetery, nfter brief funeral services conducted by Rev. T. T. Frazlor. Tho little fellow had never been well, being prematurely born and delicate from the beginning. CLEAN-UP "BILL SIKES' HOUSE" MUST GO mf Located In District Made Famous by Dickens, and Stands Ih Way of Improvements. The house from whoc roof Bill Slkes tried to lower himself by a rope to escape the mob that had tracked Mm to Jacob's Island In to be torn down. Bill, you remember, made a misstep as he tried to swing clear ot the roof, juuj tbj; l00JJ'tjji0...',iy.!1l? (he rftpo ciUight him mid lymgctl him, vheroat his dog, trying to lenp from the roof to his shoulders, mlcd his nlm nnd fell Into the ditch nt the bnse of the house, dnshlug out his brnlns onjj stonej Jacob's fslnnd is In Bedmondiey, nenr St. Savior's docks. The ditches or canals which separated It from the mainland1 nnd which carried water from tho Thames to tho mills nnd tanneries In tho district, long since disappeared. Bill Slkes house was Identified somo time ngo by the discovery of an old mnp of the district, on which Its location wns plainly Indicated. It Is In the rear of n house In Eckett street, nnd 1b used ns a stable. The London county council plans to Improve tho entire district, 2ih0-- WfitelJffriotSrtSM I by "& vcr Twist" must go. Tho name Of the sixteenth century Jacob,jvho had a large Louse and garden on the Island, before It become an Industrial district. Is still preserved In the nearby Jacob street. Detroit News. BUILT FOR HIGH ALTITUDES nntl Business Malinger. Entered occordlns to law nt the Tostotflco, Hartford, Kjr., as wall limailTEN-U- P CA31PAIGN LAUNCHING er Sale! Reduction Sale! Clearance Sale! Removal Sale! Pre-Invento- ry matter of. tho second class. Tho Parent-Teach- Association of Address nil communications Tho Hartford Itepubllran. Subscribers desiring tho paper sent lo a now nddress must glvo tho old fcddrcss In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c per lino, and 8c per lino for each additional Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards Gc for ril Thanks, lc per word, and money each head lino and slgnautro, In advance. Church Notices for services freo, notice to sunscnujcns Hartford College has appointed a City to Welfaro League Commltteo to work under the auspices of this association for tho betterment and beautltlcation of Hartford. Tho commltteo composed of Mrs. Rowan Holbrook, Chapman; M.ss Elizabeth Moore, Secretary; Miss Marcaret Marks. C. O Hunter and W. C. Blankenshlp met Wednesday afternoon In County Agents offico to formulate plans for future work. Mrs. J. B. Wilson, President of the Parent-TeachAssociation also mot with this committee. This is the beginning of a movement In Hartford to ask each Individual to do his part In keeping our town cleaner and makng It mor) beautiful. A Clean-u- p campaign jvlll be Inaugurated, also the planting of trees and shrubbery. They hope his movement will grow until Hartford Is on the map as one of the cleanest and most progressive towns in tho state February loth instead of tho regu lar monthly P. T. A. Meeting dato a mass meeting will be held at. tts College Auditorium, at which time a program will bo rendered and tho campaign formally launched. Every citizen Is expected to bo present. er NO! NO! NO! We are not having a sale such as either of the above, but we are of fering you merchandise as cheap as you can buy elsewhere considering the quality of the merchandise. We have just bought New Mer- but othor advertisements, lc per will Anonymous communications receive no attention. TELEPHONES Farmers Mutual Cumberland PRIDAY chandise at New Pricesprices that enables us to offer you your merchandise very, very low. You will profit by visiting us before making your purchase. 1 69 123 I H"" I I I) v AfcElroi JANUARY 14 B. Likens, Sloan's -- If our good friend 0. tho Herald's chronicler of Washing-io- n Notes, had put off his chronicling fiTtho noles published In the current lssuo of that paper for another week they would have consisted only of .the two last items, making about a four-fifths FrVichmar Has Designed ATrBui That Can Carry Paisengers Compartment to Be Airtight. - j B ntM Shoes fS. ''v . saving in chronicling. He could have saved all of that stuff concerning the immense, costly and gorgeous Inaugural and his "Colored Brethren" marching In tho parade etc. Sometimes some peoplo hit on one side of the nail and sometimes somo hit on the other, but friend Lik ens seems to have hit on both sides, never for once hitting the nail. COME BOOST m YOUR TOWN. MILITARY FORBIDDEN TO ARREST 1)E VALERA London, Jan. 12 Definite Instruc tions have been issued to the military In Ireland not to arrest De Valera, according to an Irish office statement today, which said: "Dublin Castle now khows where De Valera landed, where he is stop ping, with whom he is conferring; In fact, ever thing about his movements. Ho has been sleeping In a different house every night for fear of arrest, when as a matter of fact official instructions to the police and military are for them to look the other way If they encounter him. "They could have arrested him half a dozen times If they desired." Subsequent official attitude as to Do Valera remaining at liberty Is dependent upon the character of his to tho Irish people proclamation which is expected this week. He will be arrested at once, say officials it his speeches are seditious. i v I Old Coach Travel Expensive. In England, too, railway fares nre about to bo raised, nt even n higher percentage than In this country, re- marks n writer In the New York Times. Whether the consequent grumbling Is higher there than here It Is Impossible to decide. As an intcaded Kelp In stilling It, the newspapers nre publishing the prices for transportation thnt travelers had to pay In Hard By request of President-eleSpokane, Wash., Jan. 12 days. ing, all pomp and frills are to be and Countess Vigo Bolstein Rathlou, Thus, for the Journey from London Cerepruned from the Inaugural of Denmark, the latter formerly the to Glasgow the "Inside" passenger of monies. ' Senator Harding In his mes- wife of Dr. Roy A. Miles Collins, kill- 1812 had to pay nbout $52. Going no sages to those having charge of spe- ed In Portland in 1009, wero anest-e- d farther than Newcastle from London cial arrangements for tho Inaugurahere today by United States immi- cost the ninn Inside the coach sometion, requesting simplicity, said: gration authorities and are being held thing like $28. In ndditlon there wns According the outlay f6r meals on the road nnd "However, If it is becoming to ex for possible deportation. press my preference, I wish you and to B. E. Gowen, United States immi for the long list of expected tips to your committee to know that the im- gration oommissloner, the pair enter guards, conchment etc. of extravagant expendipression ed the United States presumably thru "Tommies" Talk French. ture and excessive cost would make lanada, last September after they had One detects tho influence of tho wnr me a very unhappy participant." In been refused admission In 191(j. in the village Inns of England today, another message, to Senator Knox, He said tho Countess Rathlou elop says a correspondent who has Just renfter expressing his preference for ed with Rathlou from her husband In. turned from n walking tour. The "lads of tho village" are homo unpretentious ceremonies etc., he Portland In 1908 and that Dr. Col Bald. 'This will require no expense lins' second wife, when placed on trial ngnln, and gather, as of yore, In the to discuss the events of tho and We snch be joint participant i In a year later for his murder, declared bnr parlor there Is a marked difference economy as welt as she had killed him because of his love day; but au example it In their vocabulary. simplicity, which may be helpful In for his former wife. For they remember the estamlnets tho process of seeking our normal According to Mr. Gowen, the Count of Franco and the language talked ways once mora " and Countess left the United States therein. "Encore de blere" hns tho formula for repeating an In 1915 and on their return were rePresident-elec- t Harding has made order, and "fin!" has taken its place fused admission. nmong tho recognized methods of Ina good beginning at public economy -timating refusal to drink again. Blnco his election, although ho Is as HUNTERS.KILL BEAR London Chronicle. yet, not In authority. He was profWITH POCKET KNIVES fered and rejected the use of the Such Is Lite In the City, ' Presidential yacht and also tho use of a Bangor, Me., Jan. 8. With Noticing that n young womnn walkto small pocket knife and club apiece, ing along a naval vessel in making his trip the street ahead of her Panama, and vetoed tho plans for George Scovill and Lewis Hunt, of had dropped a purse, a Milwaukee vaa elaborato and expensive inaugu- Lubec, who aro in the lumber woods woman called to her. and when the ration, yet in 'the" Democratic press, at Marlon, killed a bear. The two young womnn turned around was In, and more especially between the men had gone out to the camp mall amazed to find It was her sister, whom Bho for fourteen lines one nj&y see criticism cast to- box, about two miles distant, after and had not seenshe had long years or whom been prefor tho ward 'the Presldont-oleC- t On their return they came searching. She took her sister back dark. supposed gorgeousness of tho Inau- face e with the bear, which homo with her ond as they reached gural, that Is to be. My! how things showed a disposition to fight. It was the flat .the vonnc woman, said , ."Why. have changed since Mr. Wilson"1 made pitch dark, but the men succeeded in I have Uvea for a .yeafcwithm a block .. , bis voyages tcTdrid fro on the George finding clubB by the roadside and, and a half ofLJiei-e.'Washington, the keeping of tho with tho aid of their pocket knives' Overalls Built for Freak. .palatial oqoan liner moofed for weeks, j they attacked the animal on two Overall standing ready for his beck and can, sides at once. Their clothes were Pa., have manufacturers at aScranton, made to order pair of and the enormous expense attached torn and they were bleeding at the overalls containing twenty-fivyards to all of It, jvas,.ln that case, simply finish. of material for a negro at Memphis, j ia keeping iwith the greatness and miv s ijiiiu- - iivi. wur uiiuio tail unu Maine reports an actual shortage wtlghs f40 pounds. Tho girth measdignity of tho man his supreme Importance of, course demanded that he of 108 teachers and 39,0 below the urement Is 100 Indue, and. each of the hip pockets is big ejacugn to hold a travel thus ran,o wo heard nothing standard required. watermelon. economy. It looks then of cost or 4' as though our Democratic brethren REX ARBUCKLE BACK Accounting for1 ' It,' " IN nEFORM SCHOOL converts to plans vere eleventh-hou- r me' putTm worn out. They had lor economy, yet wo unalterably Inting up pup tents tho best- - part of Rex Arbucklo, who was sent to the the day." saving at dorse steps for thrift and "I suppose that IS Why yoti feel so all times and ovorywhore, saving only Kentucky School of Reform from this when and whereby tho established County, by the Ohio Circuit Court, dog tired." Tales and customs of comimon decen- last summer, and who escaped from Heard m a Restaurant. that Institution about tho first of last cy may bo violated thereby;. First Girl Don't you ever eat your December,' was arrested and lodged corn off tho cob, Maymo? In jail here Dec. 20th, was INFANT CHILD DIKS. Second to the Reform School Wednesday, butters upGirl Not this summer. It one's ear puffs bo. by an officer of the Institution. .Abert Derwood, 6 weeks old child ct pre-rnllwbe-co-e Wo note that our former Townsman, G. B. Likens, records a protest against the action of the State Board 'of Charitable Institutions, wherein they went out of the State to secure tho service of an assistant physician at tho Eastern State Hospital. Mr. Likens says he Is a believer In the doctrine of "to the victor belongs the spoils." It seems that Gabe is not nwaro of tho fact that the present State Administration made that one pledge the very first to fulfill, that is, to take all of those Institutions out of politics. When it conies to dishing out spoils at the expense of the unfortunates who must be wards of . those institutions politics stands about as much chance ,as Gabe COUNT AND COUNTESS FACEDEPORTATION would with Jack Dempsey. - Why not use "aerial submarines." for flight In the upper nlr that Is, Inclosed cars In which nlrit atmospheric pressure can be maintained? nsks the Scientific American Monthly. Only by some such means will nny but a very few highly trained pilots eer be able to attain to great altitudes, according to Dr. GugllelmlnettI, president of the section of physiology of tho International Aeronautic exposition, and Dr. Gnrsnut of the technical section' of neronnutlcs at the St. Cyr Military academy, France. Louis Brcfniet, the builder of airplane', hns designed nn nlrbus for ue at high altitudes. It has a wing spread of 8." feet nnd n metal fuselage Inclosing pilot, motor and passengers d In nn airtight cae. It Is capable of carrying twenty-sewpassengers, each with SS pounds of baggage, a distance of C20 miles, or a pilot, two mechanicians, 1.100 pounds of provisions nnd Id MO pounds of gnsoline' n distance of l,0o9 miles nt IOC miles an hour. No oxygen tanks nro needed. clgnr-shnpen T' ' ram M&lroi) V l ' I 1 VA Sloan's Shoos wtort Av XYyCT""YJ jffirner's Zust - PrecfQCnSCtS. ( HOSIERY 1 J .'"1 V V thousands of discriminating women absolute has been summed up in one number--77i- E SHiPI No. 564. If you haven't worn TRUE SHAPE No. 564, ask us to show you these stockings and then please take note of these features: FIRST, you will be Imprened with it beautiful filly texture hosiery-satisfactio- t. J in. inc pancr-u- j tnen note tne patented crou-mic- u which Wventi 'runt. And while you're cxamininc the ' Voss-g foot.. and fashioned lfg, the narrow, And the heel and toei are four-pl- y yam. Well juit buy one pair, and then tee how eaiy it will be to alwayt remember TRUE SHAPE Ho, 564. iti (haped -- doie-nttin- A BEAVER DAM COAL COMPANY (Incorporated) i McHENRY, and TAYLOR MINES, KY. 1 "7 Tho best placo to 'get tho best Queenswaro la at ACTON DUOS. PLANS FOR LINCOLN CLUB BANQUET FEB. 12 J" ARE YOU ATTENDING FAIR'S BIG JANUARY Mr. A. K. Anderson returned Wednesday from Florida.whoro ho had been spending a tow days. For Transfer Call Leach's 28tf Restaurant. Wo havo field fenco, rabbit and poultry fence, and barbod wlro fence. W. E. ELLIS & Annual Affair Is To Be Of Unusual Interest To Participants. W. S. TInsley, Chairman of tho . Ohio County Republican Committee, received tho following communication a few days ago from Lllburn Phelps, Secretary of tho Stato Committee and In order that all Ohio Countlans may bo made acquainted with arrangements being made, and that those who can and desire to may know how to proceed, wo publish tho letter in full: Louisville, Ky. Jan. 12, 1921. Dear Sir: Tho Annual Banquet of ho Lincoln Club will be held at the seeiDacn notei, in mis city Saturday evening, February 12, at 6:45 p. m. A splendid program is being arranged. At least ono speaker ot national reputation will bo heard and several of tho best speakers in tho stato will make short addresses. Lincoln Club Banquets have . The been notably successful. This will doubtless bo- the most successful one ever held. Occurring just beforo the coming' into power of tho Republican National Administration, tho occa-- . slon will be one ot great interest. It will give Republicans from all parts of the stato an opportunity to meet each other, renew old acquaintances and make new ones. Covers will be laid for six hundred and fifty guests. Men and women alike will be invited. Admission will bo by tickets only. Those desiring to make reservatons should do so promptly. An attractive menu will Tho price per plate Is bo prepared. $2.50. Tickets will be sent to you Immediately upon receipt of check. You can order ono or more tickets at the price Indicated. Make check payable to Lllburn Phelps, Treasurer, and mail to mo at 305 Republic Building, Louisville. If all tickets are sold when your order comes your check will bo returnsd. Yours truly, LILBURN PHELPS. at-to0- Don't Fai - BRO. f Clearing Sale If not you are misusing your time and losing some rare bargains. Your neighbors are wise fhey have been why not you? Only four more days remain. Listen, won't you. s You can buy Mrs. Rowan Holbrook wont to Owensboro yesterday to spend a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Henderson Murphreo and Mr. Murphreo. Trof. Everett Lllcs will conduct tho osamli.aUons to bo held at For tho 28 and 29 of this month, for common school graduates. of Denver, Mrs. Frank Peyton, Colo., arrived hero last Saturday, to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary C. Ellis, and other relatives. of tho To visit us during our Big Reduction .... Prof. C. K. Carson will be In chargo cxamlnatlonvto bo hold In Boa- ver Dam, on tho ?.S and 20 of tho t'cront raon'h, .'or cotmnou school diplomas. Commonwealth's Attorney C. E. Smith will be in Hawesvlllo a few days the first of next week In attendance of tho regular January term of Circuit Court. Sale which began i- - 4 35c .Apron Gingham for . 25c Heavy Domestic for r. 45c Dress Ginghams for 50cHope Bleach for Percals for 50c yard-wid- e $30.00 Dresses ' $40.00 Cloaks $30.00 Cloaks J $25.00 Cloaks -- ...17c 12V&C .' 29c 17c 29c $19.95 .$28.00 $23.00 $19.95 Tho Stork visited tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Allen, on tho 10th, Inst., leaving a fine girl baby, who has decided to remain permanently with "Gene" and" his wife. Miss Mattyo Duke, who is teaching In the Shelbyvlllo High School, came home tho first of this week to attend the funeral and burial of her grandfather, Mr. A. J. Carter. JANUARY 7 &(i- - a.. ETC., ETC.,' ETC. and continues until January 15th inclusive. A ten per cent reduction throughout our entire house, THAT'S ALL. TjiGo, The Hartford FRIDAY Five nice, young, driving horses and mares from 4 to 6 years old. I want to sell. E. E. BIRKHEAD, Republican JANUARY 14 f "; PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Mr. J. I. Clark, In town Tuesday. otPond Run, was Mr. George Nabors, of Sulphur Springs, was In town yesterday. , v. Mr. It. D. Martin, of Cromwell spent Wednesday and Thursday In town. Fred Robertson has purchased tho Darbar Shop and business of F. T. Belcher. ' Mrs. A. C. Portor wont to Owensboro Wednesday, returning that af- ternoon. Miss Martha Dennett Is qulto HI at tho homo of her aunt, Miss Amanda 'Uennott. i i . Mrs. U. T. Collins will entertain the Ladloj' fecial Club this afternoon . al nor homo. Mrs, Lesile Leach, of Central City, wax thawook-en- d sucst of Judge and )Mrs. J. iS. Ciknn. ' Burns wore In Louisville Wednesday and Thursday. Mrs. C. E. Smith and Mrs. O. T. See us for all. kinds of grass .and ' ', . field seeds. Quality first. W. B. .ELLIS & BRO. Judge W. H. Barnes made a business trip to Louisville Tuesday, returning yesterday. . - -' Mrs. J. Caskoy Bennett,- who has been very sick during th.past week, ,, Is alowly Improving.' Barnott Sullenger left Sunday for Littleton, Colo., where he will remain for aomo time. Mrs. Sudle Porter and daughter, Corrinno, of Rob Roy, are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Loach and family. . ' Plenty of clean, for salo at 10 cents per screened coal bu., at the. Howard Old Mine,1 on' he 27t2 &oal Bank Hollow Road. ,.Wtt-O. F. WHITMAN. iv" COAL FOR BALK Jack Render has accepted the position of goneral manager of tho Kentucky Light and Power Co's. business. 0-: As ho Is to devote his entire time to the business general satlsfation to tho SHOWING GROWTH OF DOLLAR be tho Company's patrons should How Benjamin Franklin's Bequest of result. $5,000 to Boston Has Increased , In a Century. , Mr. John P. Taylor returned Mrs. D. H. Barnes went to-VIcksburg, Miss., whore ho, now the dollar Invested works for yesterday and will return today. together with Mrs. Taylor, had,, been the individual himself has been best visiting Mrs. Taylor's parents' dur- illustrated by that first great AmeriHighest Cash" Prices paid for eggs ing tho past four weeks. Mrs? Tay- can teacher of thrift, Benjamin Frnnk-lln- , and aultry. remarks .World's Work. In 1701 lor and little daughter will return h6 bequeathed 1,000 to the' commonW. E. ELLIS & BRO. ' Sunday. . wealth of Massachusetts and to the city of Boston us a mark of his appreMrs. Joe Hatler, of Roslne, was a Mr. McDowell A. Foglo returned ciation for having appointed him ns Ind., npent In England at the "handsome" visitor at this office while in town Tuesday from Indianapolis, Tuesday. whero he had spent somo three weeks salary of 2,009. And to make his bewith his father, Judgo J. E. Foglo, quest really valuable, with his great foresight Franklin provided In his will Mrs. Wm Tun gave a dinner Sui.-da- y and sister, Mrs. T. B. Petrlo and famthat this 1,000 should be put out at 0 hi honor of Mrs. Leslie Leach, o ily. Mr. Foglo reports that his fathper cent Interest for 100 years; that at er Is doing nicely. Central City of the fund tho end of that time 1 accumulated should again bo put out Mrs. G. A. Ralph left yestorday for Mr. and Mrs. William Bryan Holat interest'for another hundred yenrs Canalou, Mo., whore she will spend brook, of Cincinnati, O., aro spending and. then tho fund be divided h s a month visiting relatives. to to Boston and their vacation with friends and relatives In Owensboro and Masonvllle. the state. Mr. James Olcnn has accepted a Thoy arrived in Hartford Wednesday Let' ijs sco how well that 1,000 of position vitb the Barnes Grocery Co , night to visit their father, Mr. J. D. Franklin's hns worked. At tho end of the first hundred years It had grown to a new concern of Beaver Dam. Holbrook, and Mrs. Holbrook. $431,383.02. It was then divided In with the will; ?320,300.48 Mr. Andrew King, of. Owensboro, Mrs. E". W. Cooper and children, was set aside for "public work" and is visiting his" daughter; Mrs. E. who have, been visiting Mrs. Cooper's 3102,085.15 was started on Its course mother, Mrs. C. M. Barnett and other of earning interest for another hunCrabtree and other relatives here. relatives for somo time returned to dred years. That wns in 1891. On County Atorney A. D. Kirk return- tholr homo in Nashville, Tenn., yes- Jan. 1, 1018, this sum body grown ta Ined Tuesday from Nashvlllo, Tenn., terday. Mrs. Barnett accompanied $207,805.15 and at this rate of at on legal business. nor daughter homo, and will remain crease tho fund should amount to pewhero he had been least ?0,000,000 when tho second there somo four weeks. riod Is completed, and may bo considSupt. E. S. Howard will attend a erably more. LOST One bundle, containing 2 State meeting of County School Superintendents In Frankfort, Jan., 24 Gingham house dresses, 1 pair of silk ONE'S JOB MUST COME FIRST hos'o and other apparel" for ladles, on and 25. road' between Beaver Dam Planing Salary Should Be a Secondary Object Hart-fot- d c for the Man Who Is Anxious to M iss Gladys Bennett, daughter of Ml'lj and" Sowders property on , to Beavec Dam Advance. road. Return Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bennett,' went to. sho will Planing Mill or to this office and re Louslvlllo yesterday, whero .'I have never known a young man to ceive reward for trouble. spend a few days. Advance far when he thought' nujcb y T. : , i about bis salary while at work, or who Miss Harriet Flener, of Crotawell, let. that salary have anything to do Toccoa, Ga., "Mr. J; W.Marks-o- f returned to, her homo Monday alter arrived here Wednesday to spend a spending several days In MorgantoY.n. with the Interest be was putthig Into his Job, Thb Job Is the chance, tho ' mother,' Mrs. T. g. Vreok Wlh his to show what you are made the guest of her brother, MrsJi-Ma'rksand family. v V 'of.ito show what you hav.e for sale Flener. Mrs. Walter Casobter, Mich., who Is visiting rela-- . pyonrabllIty, your personality, IX you bav'eomethlng unusual for Mr. Robert B6nnett, of Chrlsman, tlves in the Cromwell country and sale-yo- u ill.', was 't;ho guest of his parents, triay:'be suro'you have what Miss Lois Flenerjwero also visitors every; employer is always looking for. Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Bennett last Sat- In Morgantown at tho same time. Ifyou are alert, enthusiastic, original', jl I'M .. --- . urday and Sunday. . - tH you try ta stap everything that & POULTRY WANTED. goes through your hands with superior- 4 Mr. and'Mrs.iC, P. Mldk(ff of Sul. v. --JtTl younmay bo sure that you will and Mrs. T. phur Springs, and Mr. Hens 2,2c; stags lEc; Co u soon And A' place at tho front with M. Baughn of Sunnydale, were guests Eggs 55c cash. co)gfpensiirate.'aalary. of Mr. and Mrs. O. A. Ralph yesterW. E, ELLIS &'B7tqlf , iQe, th other hand, the man who day. ) ,tirags;tj(rpugh.just enough work to get by, who gets to his job when be has GIRL DIES FROM Miss Erma Cartor, bookkeeper for ACCIDENTAL JflJRNB to and watches the clock for time to go home wtl( not eco his salary cnyel- tho Beaver Dam Planing MUJ Co., Is tppe; fatten very rapidly.-- r spending her vacation with her parAlberta, tho little daughter of Mil Quibbling oyer one's salary has ents, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Carter, of and Mrs. George Smith of the Wash- spoiled many a career. It Is not what Route 1. ington country, died Tuesday, from you are paid, for doing, but what you burnB sustained when her clothing do that you are not paid for that Is 'homem'ber your account with bocamo igulted in playing around an the key to tho position above you. WILLIAMS & DUKE 1b now due and open '.replace 12 hours previous. Tho This Is almost invariably the case. was flvo vearrf Cild.juucldl ;Tho servlco you render which you are we would appreciate it It you would mtt In p obliged to glvp is; the thing that same. come In at once and settle of the if mains took place at Boll I not attracts ypur, employer. Orison Swett WILLIAM & DUKB. Ruu, jutarday, ; Warden iV Gbicafio DaiizJiewB. Tues-dayfrom 31-13one-fourtthree-fourth'. . . Carson (l Co. Hartford, Kentucky. 2J of tho School. The new pupils are: Kathleen, TIchenor, Ernestine Ralph, Maggie Allen, Fred Dean, Clara Kirk, Hulbert Crowder., The Hartford Basket Ball tea pi added ono moro to their long string of victories, when they met tho Calhoun team on tho local court Wednesday night and defeate'd them" by tho scoro of 27 to 20. The Calhoun Five played a good game, but wero outclassed by the Hartford boys. The Third Team also playod an Interesting game with Prof. Shown'a team, from Nocreek. The scoro was 37 to 17 in favor of tho Hartford boys. the history STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluke.) Our wife's been taking us out 'In Society a right smart here of lato when the Hostess and the other-nigh- t was serving victuals she included coffee, we do like good coffee and somehow it fastes host when ws suclr it out of a saucer, but when we ax l the lady of tho h'oi&e for a saucer o drink our coffee outen Missus McFluke kicked enough skin often our shins, which were under the table, to coveca man's size saddle. Our good friend Will Brovn, of near Centertown, fetched us, we say us, four good twists of tobacco ono day last week and told us to give Ernest Blrkljead ono of Ntho twists, provided Blrk correctly guessed, the number brought but somehow, wo hain't been able to see Ernest since and anyhow we guess Birkhead is a poor guesser and the chances are It would do him but littlo good to try his guessing ability, and to shorten out-guess- ed i BALD KNOB. Mr. Dyer Davis and family moved on Mr. Jim Howard's havo farm, i. El tV Mr. and Mrs. N. Daughorty spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mrs. Daugherty's father, Mr. W. Cook. Mr. Elton Davis Is confined to his room with a sore foot, but Is somo better. tho .matter, we guess that we havo daughter of Miss Cora Terrence, the coffin vendor ana Mr. and Mrs. Hop Terrenco. was the will Just keep all of buried at theold Brick House cemeday. of I. D. Clalro tery, Christmas The last we heard Mr. and Mrs. C. M,. Taylor and base of a ho was in Louisville, children visited relatives In. Beaver post upon the top ot which there , Dam MJonday. glowed a bright light. I. D. C. was Miss Mao Sandefur spent last Suh-dlike a moth, that Is most always a bit with Miss Rao Miller. lurable by brightness To him, even Mrs. Olive Taylor visited Mre. Con- Regarded as something I I near Select. long-gree- n. at-t- he ay moonshine is nlo Leach Sunday. to be coveted and good to look upon. Capt Cox says be hears a good many people talkng about somebody by the name ot RalsenJack an,d that he la most always spoken of Very highly, but he 'lows as ljow hVs been In this town a long, long tjme, and he don't, know any fellow. of. that name. by-gu- K .CARD OF THANKS We take this method of oxproaafac our sincere thanks to our frienos and neighbors for thelV kindness 'and assistance during, tho illness and death of our baby boy, and also the Lady Maccabees for .thlr be.auf.Itul floral Offering. Mr. anil Mrs. A.K. RIAU BAIZE CROWDER. C it -- We happened to be thrown in the company ot three ladies the other night: Mesdames Ed Barrass, Ernest Birkhead, of this city and Edward Cooper, of Nashville, Tenn., and whljo we don't mean the least bit of harm by the confession, yet, in all truth, we must say that wo nearly died from lonesomeness. Mr. L. B; Crowder, ot Rosina aad Miss Donnie" Baize, of Beaver "Dam. came to Hartford Saturday afternoon, procured a marriage license and were married in tho Courthouse yard, Roy. Russell Walker performing tha eoro-mouniting the young people. SCHOOL NEWS. Tho Bride is a daughter of Mr. and Ma-s- . FreTl Baize, of Beaver Dam. The Second Semester of Hartford while the bridegroom la a son of Mr. High School opened Monday, January Koslne-- . 6 new and Mrs. L. P.' Crowder, of 10, with, the enrollment of whero he' is Agent for the I. 0. R. It. pupils, making a. total ot 135. " Co. ' This is the largest enrollment in ny WtapWJ.WUUW'HHM-mJ'- FARM DEPARTMENT not urgent, specialists of tho United Mnp Scries Shows Shift 'Of Fanning States Department of Agriculture say. Industries. Implements Shifting of agricultural Industries As tho season advances, for tho noxt from 1840 to which will bo needed in tho United States farming operations should bo gono re1010 Is shown by a series of maps given any attention required cently prepared by tho United States over and them ready for Immediate to mako ma.Department of Agriculture from uso. If tho farm machinery Is not terial collected last year. Another properly housed during periods of popuseries of maps showing shifts of disuse, It Is all tho moro Important lation In tho United States during .that It should bo given a careful overoth-.tho same period will follow, and hauling. After Inspecting an Impledata of historical valuo is being ment, tightening bolts, strengthening Tho accumulated for publication. weak parts, and renowlng broken xosoarch In agricultural history has early de- pieces, tho necessary painting should been dovoted chiefly to tho Frequent applications of velopment of tho sheep, wheat, and bo done. recently dark metallic paint, consisting olthor cattlo industries, and more of red load or Venetian red and raw to tho development of agriculture In llnseedoll, not only lmprovo tho aptho Northern Great Plains. pearance of farm Implements, but add Tho department Is making a study growing In greatly to their durability. of farm practices In cotton This Is an ago when appearances various sections of the cotton belt, count, and a farmer's standing In tho more along tho samo lines, but community frequently 13 governed than tho study In tho growwas by tho appearance of his farm equiping of wheat, a report of whichYenr-hoo- k ment. The man who spends his spare published In tho Department's moments In tho repair of fences and confor 191 D. This work will 1920 agricultural gates and maintaining a neat aptain the data of tho studies of pearance of tho entire farm has a Geographical census. practices also better chance of becoming a leader k farming and In his community than the. man whoso ore In prograss. farm has a slovenly appearance. Slrcs Now Campaign For Better American-Grow- n Bulbs. Itcnchcs To Porto Klco. Tulips, narcissus, and hyacinth In the Better Tho first enrollment bulbs, to the number of 325,000 sent Sires. campaign to-- i be received irom . . ,ia it heen'out In the ConKresslonal seed dls- tne msuiar liusscoaiuua v De- - trlbutlon this year were grown at forwarded to the United States from Porto homo. Work of the United States nartment of Agriculture Department of Agriculture In Its Pu- Rico ' Tho enrollment blank was sent .. -- , tv thn mrprmr ul lu was from a that Sound gardens has shown that region Is adapted to the cultiva n,imnnt Station, and Dutch bulbs, The new tion of the poultry raiser In Luqulllo. disposed of 28 head of which In the past, have been almost member has ar- entirely Imported. scrub poultry and Is now making cr -live-stocI u-- AT SIXTY O'NEIL GAINS 17 POUNDS Ohio Farmer Says After Suffering Seven Years Tan-la- c Has Restored Him. ' rv "Tnnlac certainly la a real medicine, for only a real medicine will mako a man of my ago gain seventeen pounds in weight and feel as young as I do," said JohnH. O'ncil, a well known farmor of Darrowvllle, Ohio, recently. "For seven years I suffered with stomach troublo and becamo so badly run down and nervous I could hardly hold my plow handles. After eating I would turn almost deathly sick and bloat with gas until I could scarcely breathe. I bad such dlzzy'spells at times I couldn't stoop over to hook a traco and would Just stagger around until I caught to something. "I couldn't put In a day's work without having such terrible pains all through my body I could hardly onduro It. It was an effort to do anything, and It seomeil that tho moro medicine I took the worse I got. "But when I started taking Tanlac I soon felt like a new mnn. I have taken four bottles now and my stomach is In such flno condition I am eating like a horso without suffering, and as I said, I have gained seventeen pounds In weight. Tho pains have disappeared from my body and I can do a hard day's work and enjoy It. In fact, Tanlac has made me feel almost as well as I did at and that's saytho age of twenty-fiv-e rangements, thru the department, a man of sixty. Anyway, ing a lot for Fnnn Equipment Essential. for tho shipment of 2 purebred cocks best medicine I over ran The successful management of a It Is the hens. evand 20 purebred begin- modern farm largely depends upon across, and I'll take It for mine This enrollment marks the ery time." ning In the Insular possessions of a the efficiency of the equipment with Tanlac is sold In Hartfdrd by Dr. movement which has created much which the work is performed speciaL. B. Bean; in Beaver Dam by R. T. Interest and which has done much lists of the U. S. Department of Agri- Taylor, Jr.; and In McHenry by .S. to improve the livestock Interests In culture point out. Advertisement. may open The equipment of the average farm J. Tlchenor. the United States. It also H spea new market, the department pure- can be divided Into about three more MEXICAN MONEY PANIC export trade in or less distinct classes, as follows: cialists say, for SOMEWHAT IMPROVED First and most Important, are tho bred stock of all classes. buildings, fences, implements, maMexico City, Jan. 8 Seven million appliances Xmploy Definite Sjstcm To Find En- chinery, wagons, and all days In the moro important farming peso3 were withdrawn in four used - from the Banquo Francalse du Mex-iquand maWith the approach of cold weather operations; second, utensils which yesterday announced that the o,r trnptnr. automobile, and saso- - chlnery used in connection with outfit, tho run on the institution had dewho have experi- dairy, garden tools, butchering owners llno-englmoney moand tho numerous small things finitely stopped. Virtually no enced troublo in starting their except tho usual demands were paid Denart--mefor general use about" tho place; tors are calling on the U. S. In re- third, the tools and materials for out this afternoon, according to tho of Agriculture for help. of equip- bank officials, who let It be known the turn they are getting information that keeping goodfirst two classes that the Mexican government had ren solving ment In working order. la of material assistance in In order to secure the greatest ef- dered valuable aid In the most criti tho difficulty. cal period by making available more Deficiency, all implements and machinspecialists of the in coin. that a definite ery shpuld be properly housed when than 3,000,000 pesos Treasury de la partment are urging cn.n(nrr nf rlin so as to be In system be followed In locating tho not In actual service, reHuerta, the official said, met their trouble. Both the Ignition and fuel good working condition when renuests for help with a sweeping a quired for use. systems should bo gono over In order for the various federal depart Cold retards the eystomatic manner. ments Immediately to turn over all vaporizing fuel so, if no fault Is Sanitary Poultry Bouses Help Keep available amoun stto the bank. Prior systems, It Flock Healthy. found with either of tho to this order, however, Amelin Lac-aumay bo necessary to inject a smallChickens will not give adequate aged president of the bank, had nuantity of gasoline about a tea- returns In eggs or growth when kept chartered a special engine and on a Bpoonful into each cylinder, or, in j under insanitary conditions, say spe- - nonstop schedule speed to Urupan, very cold weather, to fill the cooling clallsta ot tho united States Depart-Bysto- m state of JUJchoacan, where President j with hot water. ment of Agriculture. Tho construe- - Obregon Is spending several days ror -, Complete information on the sys- t((m Qf thfl pouUry nouse should Arriving there ho im study of the ignition and the ce,vo f,rst attention Sufficient air his health. TM ..... mediately obtained an executive order .1 ..nnln.a .. fnnl nllolanlD 1UL-OJOl" Tl HllllLCaLlUlia v. snace. lighting and ventilation help, but before ho could starting a motor In cold weather can should bo provided, and the entire for federal with Mexico City a tide communicate Debo obtained on application to the houso cleaned at frequent Intervals. of coin commenced to flow which partment. Whllo these precautions can not saved the bank. bo dopended upon to control mites With the bank Francalse safely "Movie" Shows Plant Pest Seen and lice, thoy aid tho poultryman In over the rocks, confidence among deMicroscope. dotormlnlng' when these pests are positors of other banks grew rapidly Il.il.. l.ntMtlf QPAtin in Which n.Aonnl Furthermore, tho fowls aro and the closing hours this afternoon the pool Is a dowdrop and tho bathers j kopt jn vigorous condition, which In saw a flood of cash pouring Into the are creatures too small for the naked itself aids in controlling pests. Dirty bank Instead of going out. Repreeye Is shown in one of the recent motio- and insanitary houses provide ideal sentative bankers assert that a n-picture releases by the United breeding conditions for insects and threatened natlon-wld- o panic has of AcrlCUltUTO. germs which aro detrimental to poulCl.lnn nnnirtinurt been averted, although they aro of . ... II .. nlnnt ' iam. try. Diseased fowls, or those with Tho new mm, Known us tho opinion that tho effects of tho Disease and How It Spreads," was malformed bills or feet, fall ready past few days will bo felt for months ot prey to lice, mites and other Insect photographed under ,the Bureau by commercial houses. Plant Industry. The pictures, most pests, and should bo removed as soon of which were taken thru a micros- as discovered. JAPS GIVE UP PLAN cope, deal with the organisms that TO SETTLE IN TEXAS cause rhubarb blight and result in Feed for Laying Bens. g sections. heavy loss In In supplying feed to fowls there Brownsville, Texas, Jan 8. TenField scenes also aro Included. Symp- aro three kinds of constituents which sion in tho lower Rio Grando valshowing tho existence of .tho toms should be present in certain fairly ley over tho arrival of prospective blight, the extent of damage wrought well-fixe- d proportions If tho desired considerand methods of eradication aro de- results are to be obtained most econo- Japanese colonists appeared picted In tho film, which will be dis- mically. These constituents are min- ably eased today as a result ot the promise b two Japanese families at tributed thru department channels. eral, nitrogenous, and carbonaceous, Harllngen to return to California. Tho now "movio" Is one of the row , contained in corn, Members of tho American Legion post that have been photographed largely. at Harllngen pledged their aid in recovery of $10,000 which tho Orientals t ? said they contracted and paid partly annuel ItP.s designed for both v In cash to Z. Yamata for farming nnnnlni iira. nnrl 1R fli. Mnifln o1 MMV OLiCUlUlb UU4 4V4KM bo supplied. property near Harllngen. Yamata is pected to bo much in demand among a Japanese resident of Los Angeles. The departeducational Institutions. B. R. Kato, a Japanese who arrived DWrlbuto Building Casts. ment has moro than 500 films In cirsubjects. A proper sharp of tho cost for re- In Brownsville yesterday, announced culation, showing over 115 They havo proved of marked valuo placing old farm buildings should bo Inst night ho would return to Califorrail, In extending tho work of tho depart- charged against tho farm lncomo each nia Sunday. He was mot at the citiyoar. Buildings may bo constructed road station by a committee ot ment. jto last for 100 years, or they may zens and advised to loavo In 48 hours Farm Equipment During Cold stand only a third of that time. If tho because public sentiment was against Caro of cost of replacement Is not charged in colonization ot Japanese In this secU'oiilltnr 1'ilVK. nt J.n lnss nnri annovance tn thn vearlv accounts tho wholo bill tion. "I am a laborer and have no Kato said. causod by breakage of farm equip- - will appear against the lncomo for intention of buying land," singlo year. Depreciation charges "In fact I havo no money with which may bo avoided by careful ln-t- a raont or other to buy land." Howovor, ho was well epection and ropalr of weak parts bo- -, for buildings, machinery, farm equipment aro morely a method dressed, woro a large diamond stud rush begins. foro the season's spent last Tho proper time for making ro- - for distributing these costs over the and other Jewelry and night at the homo of a Japanoso who during the winter nnd at period of years In which the .pairs Is long has been a resident here. Other the regular farm work isnent Is in actual uso. , Japancso said Kato wns an ongincor and camo hore expecting to install and run an Irrigation plant for thorn. Tho two Japancso families at Harllngen, headed by brothers named Okuma, who arrived hero early this week, will probably return to California Monday. They woro permitted to await tho arrival of a follow countryman, named Kishl, an agent ot Ynma-t- a. Tho Okumns woro Informed by attorneys for the Harllngen post of tho Amorlcan Legion that a Toxas law enacted In 1892 forbids allon nonresidents to own land In tho state. Sovoral Japanese families who have been living In tho valley for a long tlmo aro not affected by tho present DIRECTORY. Judge CIRCUIT COUIIT. R. W. Slack, Owomboro. C. E. Smith, Hart Oom'th. Attorney ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Otto C. Mar Master Commissioner tin. Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Kcown, Ch'm'n. Board BEAVER DAM. W. T. McKcnney, Olork R. W.. King. Pollco Judgo J. W. Coopor. Marshal R. F. Stovons. FORDSVILLE. j I agitation. BUST MAN STOLE BIHDK Now York, Jan. 8. How tho best mnn at a recent wedding stolo the young nnd bashful wlfo of his best friend and held her prisoner for moro which time he than a mouth ,dtt-ir- ts forced her to rccelvo tho attentions of several men. was told today In the Gate Avenue police court, Brooklyn, when Robert CernsI, 23 years old, of Passlac, N. J., was arraigned before Magistrate Folwcll on a statutory charge. The brldo and one ot tho men alleged to have called upon hor at the house in which sho had been hold a prisoner, also aro held under hall. The discovery of tho case came about In an unusual manner. Policeman Harry Nelson of tho Vernon Avenue station, Brooklyn, was patrolling his post on Jefferson Street this morning when a mngazlno foil heavily at his feet. As It struck tho sidewalk It opened and a noto fell from It. Picking tho noto up, tho policeman read the following urgent message: "I am locked In a room on tho second floor. Please notify tho police .Mrs. Michael Salomla." Rushing upstairs, tho policeman knocked at a door. A woman's voice asked him what he wanted and ho told her he was a policeman. She replied that she was locked In, nnd then tho policeman found a heavy padlock He broke down the on tho door door with his night stick and released the young woman, who Is only 17 years old, and an extremely pretty French girl. Hearing the young woman's story, Policeman Nelson communicated with tho Vernon Avenue Station and Detec tive Arthur O'Nell was dispatched to tho Jefferson Street houso. The two ofthoin secreted themselves In an room and waited. Soon afterwards Cerasl entered tho room and was placed under arrest. BEST BUFFALO HERD IN U. S. IS MENACED Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Hartford. j 1st Monday in March II days Clork Olla Cobb. Com'th. and Civil. Pollco Judgo C. P. Kcsslnger. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. Marshal Grant Pollard. 1st Monday in July IS days Com'th. and Civil. IS days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in Soptonibor FOR PHI'SENT YEAH Civil, ith Monday in November IS days B. 3. County Board ot Education i Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COUBT. DIv. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. Uoets first Monday in each month. Routo 6. Judgo Mack Cook. Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lake, Fordsvlllo. County Att'y. A. D. Kirk Blankcnshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunClerk W. C. Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee Superintendent E. S. Howard. Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. Jailer Worth Tlchonor. Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stovons, Beaver D. B. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Surveyor C. S. Moxley. Dlv. No. 6 Nat Llndloy, Center-tow- n. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. iuhww ed FISCAL COUBT. County Board ot Examiners: E. S Meets first Tuesday In April and Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Midklft and October. Ira Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Teachers Institute Sept. 13th Route 3. 17th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beaver Dam, EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. Common School Diploma May 14 tUi District O. W. Rowe, Center-tow- n. nnd 15 at Hartford, Beaver Dam 5th District W. C. Daugherty.Balze-tow- n. and Fordsvlllo.. May 21 and 22 County Teachers Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). May 28 and 29 County Toachors 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvlllo. 8th District B. C. Rhoadcs, Hart- Examtnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). ford, Route 6. Juno 18 nnd 19 County nnd Stato HARTFORD. Mayor J. E. Bean. Clerk J. A. Howard. Pollco Judgo C. M. Crowe, Marshal E. P. Casoblcr. ROCKPORT Chm'n. Board W. G. Hor. Clork N. II. Bratcher. Pollco Judgo S. L. Fulkorson. Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. " Teachers' Examination at Fordsvlllo-,-. (Whlto). Juno 25 and 2C County nnd Stato Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Colored). Sopt. 17 and IS County and State Teachers' Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). Sept. 24 and 25 County and Stato Toachcrs' Examination at Hartford. (Colored). Every Woman "Wants'"! e, &S Mothers r ft ng nt t Gas-engi- FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE Dissolved in water for douche stop pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflammation. Recommended by Lydia E. Finkhom Med. Co. for ten years. A healing wonder for nasal catarrh, ora throat and lore eyes Economical. dnitsnti, or (n.'raij l3C3leFr. SOc. all Cnmrapr. Dcloo. Klm. Vr I ymaa. Tli PmooTfJrt Hi cxtnonniry deaoiioa and fcnnidJA! power. d, Salt Lake City, Utah, Jan. 8. Two hundred of tho finest specimens of buffalo left In the United States today aro In Immediate danger of slaughter. They are on Antelope Island In Great Salt Lake, and it Is said that sixty permits havo been sold to Individuals to kill these animals. They aro nearly as wild as tho great trampling herds ot which they are Protests havo been resurvivors. ceived by Utah officials from all over the world against tho proposed destruction ot tho bison. To Interest Government. Tho owners say that they want to get rid of tho buffalo because they kill and cripple many of tho bulls and calves ot the pure bred beof cattlo on tho Island and also break thru fences, destroying hay and forage crops. Senator Reed Smoot may movo to save these animals by special legislation. Arno B. Crammer, acting" di rector of national park service, United States Dopartmont of tho Interior, has becomo Interested In tho proposal that tho government mako tho Island a natural range. The Utah herd ot buffalo are tho descendants of somo ot tho famous herd gathered together by "Buffalo For the Children ' A Safe Old Fashioned tic . 1 !1 Succeed when everything the falls. In nervous prostration and female .veaknesse they are the tupretn remedy, at thousands have testified. It is the best medicine ever sold over a druggists counter. Hitters KOSV s-- monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE can offer you. Keep a bottle always on hand. It will help keep the little ones healthy and happy. for Worms Seventy. fiveyercontin. uous use it the best testiRemedy h1 (pfl 30c bottle tyour dru ifta's or general store; or if your dealer 0 can't upplyyou.tendhianania nd 30c in stamps and we'll end you bottle promptly. E.4S. nVl, Ballatlt, Ma. m FOR KlDNtY, LIVER AND STOMACH TROUBLE I Tlu-ouc- WILL YOUc TAKE OUR A nQQHS 9ssA GERMINAL REMEDY A Trealmenl r J A 'atinSkm BHfe)ir a ..f-- i.. HaHBar LW fZS for WEAK LUNGS or truck-farmin- .- Jones." Wire fences proved no obstacle when they decided to roam. Thoy would charge cowboys and horses without hesitation. They wore removed with great difficulty and sone loss to Antelopo Island in the great The owners claim that Salt Lake. they never have been an asset, but Protest was made to aro a liability. the State Board of Equalization a few weeks ago by John E. Dooly, principal owner of the Island, against an assessed vaulatlon ot $50 a head. Tho actual value Is $200 a head. Tho owners say that to transport thorn elsewhere would mean great difficulty and the loss ot many of tho C. J". animals. If thoy are to bo saved, lovers of nature, real sportsmen and patriotic citizens will havo to domand prompt action by tho govornmont. An ancient coffin, made ot cast iron, was found a short tlmo ago in tho swamps of Louisiana. !.., equlp-iliuoajvh- en CAST.ORJA . -tn.t. Children Ory FOR FLETCHER'S Because of her rosy checks and satin skin a woman attracts the admiration of all men. When the young woman peers in her glass, she may see p i m p 1 e s and blotches and site goes drug store for paint, powto the ders and beauty creams, when she should go there for a blood medicine and stomach alterative known as "Golden Medical Discovery." This vegetable tonic and blood alterative clears the skin, beautifies it, increases the blood supply and the circulation, while pimples, boils and eruptions vanish quickly. Ask your nearest druggist for Dr. Tierce's Golden Medical Discovery in tablet or liquid form or send 10c. for trial package of tablets to( Dr. Piwce'a Invalids' Hotel in CONSUMPTION FOR. ONE MONTH ntnj(wn n- -t t..m k ll.-- rl fpeltnff. coughs, pains la chest, nlfbt sweats, hemor. (bates, weak lungs or consumption. It It OHIO MEDICAL CO. t hslp yon It coals you oomiog. LOCK BOX 9 da ate FV'Sll' COLUMBUB a USE LI V-VE- R-L AX For Lazy Livtrvand the Troubles Constipation. oE 1 ..Buffalo R Y... j Feci rteht all tho time Don't lay tM from worlc for daya by taking calomel keeps yo when pleasant Uv- - Vkr-La- x on your feet, whllo rellovingyour troubj lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Doivt take anything else. You can't afford it. Eliminated poisons, cleanses By tem and relieves constipation. A natural remedy, natural in Us actions, Bur in its effect and certain in results. II won't bo long before Lie- - VeLax win completely dtsplaco calomel in evert home.N Children can tako it freely anfl with perfect safety. Every bottlo guarin bottles YNon anteed. 50c and genulno without tho likeness and Jipuarj turo of I K. Grigsby. For Balo vS- " s aW1 kf--Ap- a m w" '. w ing family physician, ndvlxnr nnd .z I z 'Jlz'J'Jzb friend. Ho Is over GO nnd probably "SEARCH FOR SOUL" if couldn't ho made nn admiral or a major genoral, hut Mr. and Mrs. London, Jan. 8. In a recent nrtl-cl- o j Lino of South IJcnil Plant Acquired Sawyer aro certain to spend a good In a leading London newspapor, a bit of their time about tho Whlto lly Ky. Compnny; Output To lending English critic discusses tho House. lio 00,000 BerSenator Lodge nnd somo other Re- now and startling book by Dr. a ' of tho ... . publican loaders will probably bo fre- nard !"'! (Loulavlllo Horald.) Soul." Tho dlcup!ou follows: Tho Koivtucky Wagon Manufactur- quent visitors nt tho Whlto Houso for Tho ing Company has ncqulrod tho entire business reasons, but tho Senators mystory Soul of man Is thosupromo of llfo, Prehistoric man imagwagon business of tho Stutlobakor who will slide Into tho Whlto Houso In his droams something left of South Bond, Ind., and In tho. evening on ploasuro bent will ined that Corporation, his body which returned to tt liefofo Studo-hakprobably bo Senntor Ffcd Halo, of Jn tho future will produce of ho awoko. wagons nt Its plant In Louls-vlll- Malno; Senator Froltnghuyscn, For tho ancient Egyptians tho pres Now Jetsoy, and donutur Ouvls It was announced yesterday. pro- of West. Virginia. These men ent II(o was scarcely moro than a deal will pracCompletion of tho raratlon for tho txlstcnco beyond tically dotiblo tho wagon output of have long been play.nate of tho ho Krave. when the soul should at tho Kentucky Wagon Manufacturing Ideitt elect nnd tlu-- know how to last bo f rejd from, tho yoko of matter. gams interesting for niaKo a brldgo Company, tho acquisition of tho tho Jowls.i r.';,glon God i.warded lino giving tho Loulsvlllo cither Senator or Mr a Harding. Tho in tho good nnd punished the wicked. company an annual output of 60,000 chnnces aro ten lr one that most of tholr evening calls at tho Whlto Tho soul loft tho body at death to wagons. of tho TptfB to the dark underworld Tho wagon company's manufactur- IIouso will bo sans evening clothes, materially too, for they nre as ardent advocates souls of tho dead Sheol. ing facilities havo been In tho Vo:lanta of tho Hindus tho Increased to tako caro of itho enlarg- of Informnllty as tho President-elec- t. Necessity may make tho Whlto soul was"' a particle of an business, which Is exed volumo of principle tho Universal Intellect pected to result In tho firm adding to Houso under tho Hardlngs a social World. Among tho In tho near contor. Tho habits of tho Hardlngs or Soul of tho Its numbor of employes prehistoric religions itho followers of will mako tho Whlto IIouso a homo, futuro, according to officials. a typical American homo without Zoroaster, or I'.niathustra, had tho Gel Finished Products. following legend or belief: Tho deal for tho Studebaker Inter- form, pomp nnd ceremony. "Tho good fcoul remains three product on ests Includes all finished nights seated by the head ot the $100 Reward, $100 hand nnd In courso of construction, dead mnn: on .tho morning of tho The togothor with patterns, bluo prints pleased readers of this paperIs will be fourth day It seems to bo a place ot to learn that there nt least nnd good will of tho Studobakor Cor- one dreaded disease that science has fcilrest plants and scents, Inhaling been able to cure In all Its stages and poration. Catarrh being Rreatly ev.cots scenfed v. Ind: there co.nes to Id nnn nt that Is catarrh. mi.- - oiit.1jil.nVAn .. .uiiii'M. Influenced by constitutional conditions exceeding great beauty, f 1110 aiuuuuunai Aintnnnv requires constitutional treatment. Hall's U a maiden ot tho oldest nnd largest manufacturers CatarrliMedlclno Is taken Internally and which Is tho man's conscience. Then of wagons In tho United States, hav- nets thru the Dlood on the Mucous Sur- tho soul takes its way first to the faces of the ing been considered specialists In tho the foundation System thereby destroying of the disease, giving the paradise then to tho n patient strength by building up the conof construction paradise and finally to d and assisting nature In doing Its stitution orvohlclos since 18G2. All work. The proprietors have so much In the curatlvo power of Hall's endless' light. Tho fato of the evil ders for wagons and parts nnd all faith Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Is tho reverse, ending in eternal salo Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls soul correspondence pertaining to tho darkness." to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo, of Studebaker model wagons now will Beyond Knowledge. Bold by all Druggists, 75c. bo handled thru tho Kentucky Wagon Ohio. Dr. Bernard Hollander surveys tho Manufacturing 'Company's offlco at old religions In his remarkable work, Louisville. Some of tho former mem- 300,000 MILKS IS GOAL "In Search of. tho Soul'." He covers OF CHAMPION HIKER bers of tho Studebaker sales and facthe philosophies of tho world, and tory organization will bo nssoplated 8. E. F. Lamberth, front nt nhllosanhlcal sacculations Atlanta, Jan. with itho Kentucky Wagon Company. and scientific researches from ancient Tho Kentucky Wagon Manufactur- who Is trying to walk 300,000 miles times to the present day. twenty-fou- r years, and who has aling Company has been engaged In tho In His conclusion Is that the soul and matmanufacture of wagons since 1878, ready trod 262,987, with a mere go, according to his Its flight nre still beyond definite huUs products including Old Hickory ter of 37,103 to man knowledge and only to bo con nnd Tonnessco wagons. In recent statement, reached Atlanta with a ceived by faith. yoars tho company also has been en- ferocious looking pair of "shears stuck "Science has made wonderful proggaged in tho production of motor, In his bootleg, after tho predilection ress," ho says, "but tho problems of trucks and automobiles. Its plant of tho bnd men of thoWest of old. tho First Causo, of the nature of tho are plciflc. and grounds In Loulsvlllo embraco Ho admits tho shears newspaper clip soul of 'tho possibility ot life nfter "Meroly to cut out iorty-nln- o acres. death tho nature of tho forces which pings of myself," ho explained. According to his statement, which aro beyond our, control, aro still prehistoric times. Is borne out by a big book of clippings where they were In Sclenco has noved touched the phyFOR FLETCHER'S and letters ho bears, ho started out spent $5,000,000 on higher educa? walking on January 1, 1897, and, sical; it I bound to bo material to bo lfmlated to phenomena which tlon; this year we are spending $180,- m hnd ho kept walking continuously, senses." 000,000. It shows the high lntelll- would havo completed his Journey can bo verified by tho WILL BE WIIITEJIOUSE Will tho time over come when tho conce ot the nation at largo and tho d war inter noxt week. support education is receiv MADE SOCIAL CENTER Disfered, though, and ho had to stop a nature of tho soul 13 realized? Oli- splendid ing. tinguished spiritualists, like Sir whllo. during which tlmo ho aided In Dy David M. Church. conquering the ferocious don of Spain ver Lodge, claim that It has como and CAVE IS SUPPLD3D 8. It looks like Washington, Jan. again ho had to pause in his that across tho abyss beyond llfo man WITH NATURAL HEAT a bad four years for tho "royalty" and perambulation to help send Germany carries the semblanco of his corporeal at tho White IIouso. Body nnd his living soul. Others ot Bend. Ore.. Jan. 8. A naturally Itegalmannored servants and flunk- to smash. deducts this time, patriotically his school claim to bo In Converso heated cavo has been discovered at Ho to their suies who hnvo lorded it his walking schedule, with disembodies spirits. here, which apparently premo delight for many years at tho spont, from finish on July 11, 1924, Dr. Bernard Hollander half sug Horse Butte ho will draws Its warmth from a subterra to find It nec- which "Whlto IIouso nro likely of tho peace conference gests that the soul Is lodged In tho nean volcanic source. The discov essary to drop their royal mien when if tho work anything. brain since he alludes to the brain to by C. A. Yarnell and Harding takes up his amounts rresldont-olec- t as the organ of psychic activities," ery was made Lambeth strikes a town and gets avenuo H. D. Elde, local fuel dealers. Tho abode In tho Pennsylvania public officials to certify ho's boon and "phyche Is the soul. cave Is- located near the top of the mansion. Problem of tho Brain. there. He has covered all tho states says that tho nutte nnd first attracted attention Next to an outcast duko a Whlto Ot tho brain Itself, ho of tho union and most of tho prov Issuing House servant is quite tho most regal "Notwith when a wave of heat was felt inces of Canada. This year ho plana sclontlsts know but llttlo. from the mouth. person In tho United States. twenty-fiv- e centuries to trudgo thru Britain, over tho standing somo Tho cinder bottom and rock walls Tho Hardlngs nro about "as demomoro bloodsoaked fields of France, seo ot philosophic speculation and people as there are in tho Unitre- of tho tunnel are unbearably hot to cratic sclentjfle the sights of Bolshevik Russia, try than two centuries of tho touch, tho heat Increasing as far ed. States. spaghetti In Italy, and as the years search, wo nro still In Ignorance of back as could be explored. That the "Elthor tho Hardlngs or tho Whlto of mlndof tho .varieties ko by to tour India, Asia Minor, tho the naturo phenomenon Is a recent manifestation IIouso "royalty" must change their Antipodes and any other place, that of mental activities and ithe laws was Indicated by the smouldering oi ways and tho odds nro In favor of which govern them. strikes his fancy. twigs near the opening. tho Hardlngs remaining democratic. "One ot the reasons for tho lack, grass and Ho camo from Alabama originally To test the natural oven Mr. Yar psychologists Tho Whlto Houso gates are going nnd ho came Into Atlanta from Ala- of progress Is that most nell cooked a light breakfast by in to bo opon for tho next four years a until quite recently concerned thembama, doing the 109 miles from Harding promises It. con- troducing raw articles ot food Into Mrs. hours and thlrty-flv- o selves almost exclusively with in thirty-tw- o aperture and"closlng the orifice Tho Whlto Houso is goln? to bo a sciousness and the Ideals and under- tho minutes of straight walking. 'thought for a few moments. social center again and tho Hardlngs Lamberth carries a pack and a standing of man, studying nro. going to entertain tholr friends. largo amount of conversation. Ho for its own sako, whereas tho science KENTUCKY FARMERS Tho stately old mansion Is going to plans to trudgo Into Florida unless ot mind also embraces strivings and DISCUSS THE RAILWAYS havo new visitors .In tho next admin- stopped by Governor Cntts and his desires, feeling and action, 1. o., istration. character and conduct. shotgun. Farmers In Union County, Ky., Harry M. Dougherty will probably celebrated All theso attributes aro of tho soul. werojntervlewed recently by a reprebeiono of tho most frequent visitors, No GVcnt Act Of Heroism Required It may bo possible that when Dr. sentative of the Illinois Central Sys and ho Is not likely to tolerate the If somo great act of heroism was Hollander nnd his colleagues realize tem, who Is charged with finding out royal doforenco of tho White Houso necessary to protect a child from what tho brain is, n clow will bo givthe attitude exhibited by farmers toaorvants which has been paid Colonol croup, no mother would hesitate to en to the hiding place of the soul. wards tho railways, especially the Houso nnd Bernnrd Baruch. Instead protect her offspring, but whon It Is Illinois Central. Tho Interviewer's Ohio, only necessary to keep at hand a Don't Forget It. Daugherty, who Is a Columbus, o January num mand of bluff Bear In mind that Chamberlain's report .published In tho lawyor of Chamborlnln's Cough Remody ber ot the Illinois Central Magazine, House bowels but ners, will stalk Into the Whlto and give it as soon as tho first Indica- Tablets not only move the off the press, declares with ns llttlo ceremony as ho has tion of croup appears, there are many lmprovo the appetite and strengthen which is Just of tho no pep- the farmers were uniformly friendly stalkod into tho Marlon homo who neglect It. Chamberlain's Cough tho digestion. Thqy contain Hardlngs for tho last twenty years. Romedy is within the reach of all and sin no other digestive ferment but towards the raftway. Tho reporter's visit also was for Daughorty will probably bo a Cabinet Is prompt and effectual. m strengthen the stomach and onable It discovering what feato perform Its functions naturally, m the purpose of m6mbor, but this won't change his tures of railways service farmers esmanner of unassuming good nature. OBREGON TO RELEASE pecially liko .or dislike. A large U. S. SPENDS HUGE It Harry Daugherty Is a frequent SOLDIERS IN PRISON SUM FOR EDUCATION number of the agriculturists with bet Whlto Houso visitor it is a safe whom railway questions wero dis8. A that Jess W. Smith, of Washington Moxlco City, Mex., Jan. Chicago, Jan. 8. Tho United cussed pralsod the brand of courtesy bo a freCourthouse, Ohio, will also movement, credited to President exhibited by trainmen and local makes up only quent visitor at the Presidential manObregon, Is under way for tho States ot tho world, but spends ns much on agents with whom they como In consion. Wherever Daugherty is there liberation of Boldiors in tho military world tact, expressed their pleasure at the is Smith, and Jess Is, already protty prison whoso offenses wore not seri- education as tho rest of the received from tho railpomhlnod. nccordlntr to United States con,t and close to tho Presldent-elecous. This would mean the return to way system in handling their shipCommissioner of Educatoln P. P. sidered a part of tho family. productive civil llfo of hundreds of auureasing a muuuus ui ouu. ments, commended tho plan InauguMr. and Mrs. .Edward Boalo wore sentenced by military uiaxion, mon who rated by tho Illinois Central for getcators hero. social leaders of Washington, courts. Ho also showed by figures that in ting in porsonal touch with patrons Hardlngs and aro closo friends of tho Gen. Benjamin G. IH11 rocontly by and approved of service they will bo frequent guests at tho made an Inspection of tho prison and terest in education is advancing fig- of tho road according to the reportgonerally, lenps ami bounds, Ho gavo tho who Is "Whlto House, Mrs. McLean, reported In favor of pardoning many complaints to make. er. Somo had n motion plcturo fan, and who has of the mtlltnry convicts, Many of tho ures as follows. Ono farmer suggested tho adoption "In 1870, fifty years ago, reels and reels of picturos of tho prisoners were sentenced for acts was spont In this country on of a policy of allowing farmers access will probably tako which, In civil llfo, would bo itrlflos. Pro8ldont-elecelementary and secondary oducatlon; to itho rleht of way In draining tholr m over the management of the Whlto In 1920 wo spent $1,015,000,000. In farms. Another thought right of. motion plcturo shows. IIouso 1870 wo spent $201,000 for, tho pre way woven wlro fencing should be a phyTho President usually has FOR FLETCHER'S paration ot teachers; In this year wo of wider matorlal to mako tho ponctho army or navy medical sician from spent $27,000,000. Fifty years ago we ing hog proof. Othor8 thought corps. Dr. C. B. Sawyer la tho Hard WAGON WORKS BUYS STUDEBAKER CONCERN z.. . . -- . . mm . I 1 , ,.,, CALL ON US cr o, Clk-In- s, i Pr-ax- - or are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. -- - BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, &c., XXT STOCK. If You Good-thoug- ht hlgh-grad- o horso-Uraw- Good-wor- have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , HARTFORD, KENTUCKY" Ohildren Cry CASTOR A Orlm-vlsage- - agents should be allowed greater dis- under private control." Among' tho other farmers whoso cretion in dealing with individual problems. Ono suggested more ade- expressions are quoted are: Phil quate accommodations for passengers Richards, T. B. Young, Jr., Morgan-Hel- d; R. W. Young, Morganfleld; A, at flag stations. Among the "quotations cited by R. Long, DeKoven; J. H. Bingham, the Interviewer in the report were: Kenshaw; James Riddle, Sturgls; W. B. Threlkeld, Uniontown: Louis Hancock, Dixon; H. D. Allen, "There is a change in farm railway Morganfleld; W. T. Harris, Morgan relationships which I can see very field; B. L. Conway, Morganfleld; J. plainly. Tho railways are making J. Martin, Sturgls; S. T. Elder, Union-tow- n; B. C. Davidson, Uniontown; S. an effort to serve their farm patrons tt, and we farmers feel more generous- A. Clements, Uniontown; Q. P. Morganfleld, C. T. Newmon, ly Inclined towards tho railways." E. H. Long, Sturgls: "I think tho Morganfleld and George Davis, Sturrailroads are moro Imposed on than gls. The Kentucky visit was tho fourth; any corporation in tho country." B. J. Mattlngly, Waverly: "I treat In a series conducted by the Illinois the railroad right, and I find (the rail- Central in tho interest of better relations. Other visits wero road always treats me right." H. L. Culley, Sturgls: "You put in Cheroeke County, Iowa; Campaign down for me that we farmers are County, Illinois, and Grenda County darned glad to see tho railroads back ; Mississippi. Of-fu- farai-rallw- ay Opo-llk- RW finnfmts-15- ? luidDiach CASTORIA For Infants and Children. Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria PEIl CENT- ATXofaMTWoafalioflBfAs Pfw5iila" . .!.. ..Lrfl-J HI IT"-- "I" ItlndmcStomactoandlkwbrf bot-tl- good-nature- nmNTfli LnepnumraaauuM-- liliQj M"dtojtoiiJB Mineral. mu'w"-SadneSimauna jtvmptMw J- . Always Bears the Signature of M In -- Al-vo- ra &' .3i- iE J QvdMSvgcr . A . JiSamrrnninr : . f in .lfnP tcipiuim.-T- Vji ,, & &iiA tw PJSSSE rnsSOFSLEEP rcsulUn4thcrcftojnjnWiai7Facsimile Signature" I - Use For Over sH Mc-Loa- n, :;." P&m :: 0fcl' Exa Copy Thirty Years ?03,-000,0- 00 t, CASTORI of Wrapper. TMI CINT1UII Children Ory CMHNr, MW YO tITT. OASTORIA wmimum awmmwhwiMwwiwu'iMtM wwwwuwi uujwwuitumMWWWIWWBlWWWBa M Our Great Removal Sale Is Attracting Buyers From Far and Near! prices you can appre- When you consider that our entire stock' is feeing sold at close-ou- t ciate the real buying opportunity that's within your reach. n- - The Time is Short; Friday, Feb. 5, We Close Our Doors V V No time should be lost; step lively, or you may miss some very important things to you. Everything is going. Saturday, February 5th, all will be gone. E. P. BARNES 82 a Tilford, Owen, 1 town: lot.. Taylor, Oscar, 4 a For. State, County, School and State Zachary, Jno., 5 n Jlond Tax for 1920. fViv Select No. 10-- . Butler, A. F., 150 a Notice is hereby given that I, or Daugherty, J. C, 41 a one of my deputies, will on Monday, FlQner, Mrs. Florence, 25 a.. February 7th, 1921, between the Havens, H. D., 9 a hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 James, Ernest, 22 a o'clock p. m., at the Court House llorso Branch No- - II door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kenexpose to public sale for cash Arnold. Ira, 61 a tucky, 49 a in hand, the following described Cooper, G. W., 53 a so much thereof as may Oiler, Clarence, property, or he necessary to pay Stajte, county, Underhlll, Win, 69 . a 25 a and school tax, due thereon and un- Wilson, Tom, Itosinc NoTlSJ. paid, and the interest, penalty and . Browp, T. H 30 a costs thereon: Carter, A. C, 5 a No. X East Hartford. By whom listed No. acre3 amt. tax Daugherty, Hobart, 40 a Gaddis', Munt, 20 a ? 10.75 Frizzell, Labe H 80 a. 13.94 Goodwlne, J'. H., 26 a Caddis, Oscar, 25 a 2.74 Schroader, Mrs. Viitula, 10 a. Hines, Virginia, 40 a Stewart, Miss Sarah, 130 a. . JUoseley, Mrs. Delia (deed) 40.18 Taylor, W. C, 100 a J26 acres 12.38 Taylor, Truman, 40 a Sheriff, J. n., 75 a E. Beaver Dam No. 13. 4.36 E., 1 town lot Tyro, It. Swaln, Mrs. Bettie 1 town lot Bcda No. 3. W. Beaer Dam No. 6.60 Funk, T. E., 35 a 16.19 Hudson, M. D., 3 town lots.. Hoover, C. C, 50 a . 21.48 Kelly, Ed. F., 1 town lot Shown, H. B., 3G a 5.76 Robinson, J. J., 1 town lot . . Sapp. J H., 16 a McIIenry No. 15 Sulphuur Springs No. 4. 10.90 Dockery, H. C, 40 a Arnold, Frank, 28 a 14.34 Likens, Mary C, 18a Chappell, J. D 40 a 25.95 Uoark, Clarence & Bro 1 town IlintOD. Wllllo, 123 a lot 3.79 10 a Kessinger, Mrs. Amanda 8.76 Young, J. B. 85 a Lewis,- - M. C, 16 a No. 10. Centertovm 18.54 Wright, J. W 88 a 18.50 Combs, G. W., 6 acres Wright, James, 124 a Whobrey, Mrs. Mary E., 114 a 29.12 Goodall, T. W., 6 a Smnlllious No. 17. Magan No. .1 a ... 10.98 Balton, Herman L., 6 Babbitt, J; W., 27 a 13. Fordsvllle, No. 18 14.91 Brown, Rebecca, 95 a Brown, Mrs. Myrtle, 111 a . . 15.13 Allgood, J. D. 60 a 10.94 Perry, Nelson, 1 town lot . . . Clark, J. R., 20 a 20.07 Hant, H. P., 2 town lots Evans, C. D., 74 acres 5.28 Harris. A. J.. 53 a Neighbors, Phillips P., 1 a . . W. Fordsvllle, No. 10. 11.23 Powers, E. It., 50 a 4.83 Blckett, Nat, 04 Sutton, Mrs. M. E., 45 a Evans, T. A., 70 a Cromwell No. 0 16.42 Mason, J. H (deed.) 1 town Everett, 60 a Hudson, lot 5.08 Johnson, W. C, 2 a 11.52 Plorco, W. R., 1 town lot. . . Wosterfleld, A. J., 7G a Roberts, Mrs. Frank, 100 a No. 7. Cool Spring and 1 town lot 14.32 G. II., 90,,a Jtaymer, AotnuWUe, No. 20. 47.50 Taylor, H. W 177 a Coller, Monroe, 6Q.a N. KocUport No. 8 8.54 Pryor, Jno. A. ,50 a "Dawson, Jerry, 1 town lot . . Slucvo No. til . 7.15 Mont, 1 town lot Knxllah, FulkBMon, A. L.. 1 town lot. 11.02 Basham, Payton, 03 a Key, D. S.t 30 a 9.42 llHord, Fred, 1 town lot .. Rowan. L. 0., 72 a No. I) H. Ilorkport Olaton No. 22 6.08 TJullock. Charlie, 1 town lot. C.18 Daniel, Mrs. C. C, 200 a Mr. Guy, 20 a Chlun, 22.52 Mlllor, Mis. Mary 55., 50 a.. OniTM. AVJ11, 100 a 12.17 Payton, Llda, B. 48 a Ed., Jiock. t- llufflttl No. 23 C'78 Her. Jjrs. R.'T.T 1 town 100 a Muddox, Mrs. Olndrella, 22 a 10.07 Dawsou, L. J., (Ei .............. 2S.S2 BRO., r clkib: kun. - BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. Smith, Hardin, 9.65 6.70 9.39 15.32 a2.90 7.50 3.78 4.36 6.45 SHERIFF'S SALE ... French, Mrsu Olivia 43 a Hines, A. GM. 4S ,e, V Mayfleld, Jas.r 61 a MMer, L, R., 50 a Bartlc(U No. 24. Bales, Mrs. Ida, 60 a Hohelmer, Mrs. Mary E. (deed.) 50-Keown, Mrs. Jno- - W., (Ivy) a... 5.T8 acres 30i27 Evans, Wm 16.'d4 andt Mrs. Hipsley heirs;. No. 32, 80 acres . . . .- ,Smith ,0. D., Ltnwnf lot I6'.40 Smith, E. K., 64 a.' 13.72 Ward, Mrs. MollIe,,35 a 10.58 Hcflim No. 23 ... ... 15.17 Crowe, M. W., 73 a 13.41 Hlggs, W. A., 103 a Jarnagin, Mrs. EIlzaBeth, 40 a 7.84 RIggs, Mrs. Mary, 209 a 5.69' Taylor, J. E., 108 a 9.23 Tucker, Rowan? 5ft a Ceralvo Xo. 20 17.25 5,05 Landrum, S. L, 73 a No. 28 1.68: Narrow 14.01 Gentry, Ben, 81 a ....... 2643 Wlliett, 9.65 122wa BalfeU. No. Coleman, E. M., 75 a 5.81 Farmer, Mrs. Nancy, 70 J. E., 20 a ... Ii ... ..... .... .... .... ..., .... .... ........ ... .... Midklff, Clarence, 16 a 25.15 Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 15a.... 6.90 Royal, J. H 3.9 a Herbert No. 31 12.36 Haynes. Jhov Hi, ISO a 8.83 Hoskins, Henry, 40 a Arnold No. 32. 3.07 Hill, Bill.. 30 a 10.01 Renfrow, Jas., 50 a 29.93 Taylor. O. D., 14 a Bender No. 33 4.95 Ponter, Alvln, 1 town lot Simmons No. 3 1. 4.03 Mrs. A. James, 1 town lot . . 6.10 Miller, J. L., 41 acres Smith, J. S., 2 a ft o. 35. Addltlounl 13:38 5.41 Burden F., No. 6, 30 14.04 Ky. Oil Refining Co., M. J. Copoland, Agt. No. 1, 8.05 a lease 159 17.11 Ford. Jas W., No. 19, 1 T. lot 16.88 Guenther, Mary, No: 20, 150 , acres 2.92 Joslyn & Perry., No. 16, 2 .' town lots 7.21 a.. Karnes, R., No. 25, 69 20.94 Smith, E. P., Col., No. 3 ' 27 acres 10.63 10.63 Gliappell. Mrs. Laura P., No. 4, 41V4 a 9.44 Crowe, Harlan, No. 32, 39 .... .... ... .... ... a.... ". Non-Reside- .... ..,. 14.11 Duke, Win, V., No. 12, 90 acroe 30.56 Duke, D. Q., No. 12. 15 a.. '11.45 Davis, Joshua, No. 1, 195 a. . 5.18 Hmbry, Lawson, No. 11, 1 Itown H.3S acres lot ". 24.20 Embry. Mrs. Ma" No. 6? 122 10 a A llttlo four year- old girl of Mr. 2.39 10.63 Fogle, Alva, Nov 34J 1 T. lot 7.26 and Mrs. George Smith, ot tho Washington country, fell into the fire Ferguson, Mrs. Maggibj. No. 11, 1 town lot; 1.74 Monday afternoon, while her moth21.25 er was out helplngninload somo corn, ," Head, B. J. & Mark'sUerry H.,. 138.22 and was so badly burned that she No. 2, 270$? a' 9.69 died the next dayi The mother, on Howard, E. L., Mrs;,, Noi 26; S.65 her return, in trying; ba tear the burn7.44 A. 60 acres ing clothes off her child, was also 5.76 JohnSon, Mrs. Sarah? EL, Not ':'-- . S.10 badly burned about the bands and 18, 84 a 19.46 arms. 7.7 Lindsay, Mrs. IdelIar,.No. l'Q. A great many folltes from hero at... 50 a 5.15 tended tho burial oflJesse Crowo, son Yfnniev, (CoI.Jj Moorman, 24.20 7 3 ; of Mr. and Mrs. James; Crowe, at Ada-buNo. 1, 1 towmlot 64.16 Monday. 5.S7 5.18 M.ulon, Garfield No. 32,50a Messrs. Wllburnr Hoover and Earl Raymond, MarshalL!W:.Noi 18: 24.78 12.12 Thomas'son returned! yesterday, from 100a... 15.35 Owensboro. Ross, Richard, No? 2; 1 town 18.49 Tho farmers ar&txot rushing their 1.1') . lot .? tobacco to market' this year, not Tichenor, C. Hr, No. 23; 0G; 28.78 .,.. 23.65 from Clear Run, however. acres Rev. DoHarfr of Beaver Dam, Thomas, Emeen & Rachall; 17.13 filled the pulpit at Clear Run BapMitchell, (col.) No. 18.87 . 20 acres 5.17 tist Church Sunday, the pastor being unable to attend. 23.15 Taylor, H. E..N0.13 70 a.. 39.84 Miss Nora Leoi Hoover ot OwenstOOj 6.12 Williams, Av.C, No. 32 boro, Is tho guest tat her parents, C. C. -- ...'... 10.17 acres 5.08 Hoover and wlfo,--. 5.87 Wallacs. S F, and witej. No. Monroe Smlthiltas a very sore foot, I 3, 105 a 2.4? eczema, 4.65 but hasiabout recovered. WIthrow, JnovT.. No. lT,.60.a 12.82 17.2r Colored. CARD OF TIIANKS. 7.17 Carson, Render, No. 13;, We wish ta, express la... 4.11 gratitude and thanks to our sincere all ot our Chinn, Horace, Noj. 13, 1 2.84 7.S5 friends who so kindly rendored astown lot . 7.30 Collins.. A. T., No. 1; 1 T. Lq4 3.97 sistance In tho'Iate illness and death 6.58 1.40 of our belovcftwife and mother. Ford,,Gus, No, 1 1 town lot 24, 10 a 10.73 STEPHEN DANTEL nnd CHILDREN. Hayniis, Jno. . No". 6.68' NallKMrs. Bell, No, 2, 1 town MEFIilN. 1.43 lot 5.87 PhjlPs. Reubeu, No. 13. 8.54 Mr. and' Mrs. N. M. Russell vlslt-- J 13.41 Tbcmas, A. E.No. 13, 1 town 9.24 . 4 30 ed at tho homo of Mr. and Mrs.' Dave lqt Havonor'si Sunday. Ss A, BRATCHER, The party- given at the home of Mv.-an7.20 Sheriff Ohio County. Mrs.. Ancel Patton's Saturday mm night, wa largely attended and en NOtlCE TO CREDITORS joyed bjf all present. 279.2A Mr. Mrs. Robert Fulkerson, 22.14j All persons having claims against of Owensboro, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ervln 13.30 the estate of J B. Swain, deceased, Thoiuaason, ot Centortown, visited are hereby notified to present the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Thomassoii from Wetl3esday until Friday. 1.95 sam.to me, properly proven on or Mr. and Mrs. Sam Taylor, of East March. 1, 1921 or they will 30.20 Vfawv visited Mr. nni Mrs. Hurshell ho 'forever barred. to J. B. Chlnn Thursday and Friday. Indebted 3,77. All persons ' Maple, of near Mr. Theodore Swain and C. M. Swain, formally, doi ling busluess Hartford, visited his uncle, Mr. as blacksmiths at Ky., under the flrm.name ot and Mrs. Ancel Patton Saturday and. 20.05 Sunday. & Swain, either by note or acSwain Is visiting Miss Sallto - Patton 613 count, aro requested lo call and pay Indebtedness at once, for tho. pur. friends at Utica this week. said Mrs. E. Russell nnd Mrs. Paul 14.91 poso of sottllng said partnership bu- 2.38 siness. Russell visited Mrs. Ethel Johnson . Monday. 14.91 This Jauaury 10, 1921. Miss MnrllsHa Foster Is visiting U. S. CAKSQN, Adjnr. of J. B. Swalu. doased, friends In Hartford this weelt 0.18 " s Hertford, Ky. Louise, the IKt'e (laughter of Mr. 9t3 , rg .-....., who has beenrsick for sovorai weeks is slowly Improving. Master Clarenco Barnard Ross, of Sihallhous, is visiting' his grand-- , paronls, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Easter-da- y, this week. Mc Dotson Howard visited at tho home: ot Mr. and Mrs.. Andy Baird. Saturday night and Sunday. HOSINE. Dyers vltUed his aunt, and undo, John E. Williams and wlfej, this week. Mn. George Edwnrds"body arrived y night from Evansvlllo, Ind., whero ho was chat: nnd killed by a woman named May Polles. Ills brother and mothor, Mrs. Charllo Edwards, had chargo of tho body, and tbo remains will bo laid to rest In the Midklff burylng;grounds, near Mount irVernon. Edwards has a wlfo and tlvo children living In and near Roslne. Tho post office here, was broken Into Monday night, money had been misled for somo time, .and tbo watch boron. Soon tho trag:that was sot by tha rpbbors was foupdland about nlno. o'clock they fell Into, their own trap, the. result was that ono was landed In Hartford Tuesday. Pooplo wirlf. curtajnly reap whatttfiey sow. here-Tuosdn- Rls. A 2, A DENTAL.NOTICE. 1 ! '' la. - ad bo-fo- re n. Now is the tlrcp to have your-Den- ai worK attenaomto. winter ing wua rain aua snow wnicn makes old teeth ache and abscess. Abscessed Teeth or "Gum Bolls" aro danger-ju- s. Vou aro continually swallowing this deadly poisoned pus. Each nouthful ot food carries tula Infection tnto tho stomach. It Lovers vltalU ty which Invites cancer ot tha. mouth, throat and stOAiach, Diphtheria", Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Influenza, Typhoid, Bjflghts Disease, Uiounidtlsm, AnoemU and even death froqnsntly results xroni continually swaltowlng pus. A mouth containing decayed teeth a a poisonous laboratory, which sends a. host of bacteria Into tho elementary tract, Thoy multiply rapidly thua gain access to tljo lymphatic system and aro carried to the distant organs. Soft spongy and bleeding gums glvo warning" of approaching abscesses, Lndy Attendent. v Yours rospoctfullV. DR. CHARLES R, LAYTON, i Bank Bldg. RockportrtKy Of Ice opens s:ao a, m oloswTl p. m promptly. f"