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Subscription $1.50 per Yeaf NUMBER 30 HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, 1921. ) bralth Jr., of tho Amorican Legion, FEDERAL RESERVE sixth chapter and eighth verse, REPORT ORDERED STRAY STREAKS will address tho first stato conven which reads: OFFICERS ELECTED ON NOMINATIONS tion of tho Woman's Auxiliary of tho "Ho hath shocd me, O man, what (By Fluko McFluko.) Is good; and what doth the Lord QUIZ Amorican Legion of Vermont, which Kinclicloo And Moro Retained TARGET FOR In will bo hold in Burlington, on Janrequire of thee, but to do Justly and Pershing War Boiird Will Consider Louis Hlo Brunch By AcNaming of Permanent uary 14. Tho National Commander Thoy say things are coming down, to lovo mercy and to walk humbly tion on Tlid nth. Army Officers. also will nttend a conforenco of post with thy God." maybo they aro, but wo havo Mr. Harding's thoughts have been Scandal Charged commanders and adjutants and a St. Louis, Jan. 5. W. P. Kinchd-loow- not found any use yet for a lone JitNational meeting of tho stnto oxecutlvo much on the Blblo of late. Tho PresidWashington, Jan. 18 Inaction by Manager, and John ney, except to buy a package of chew ent-elect In Department's Con today pledged his belief tho Senate on tho thousands of nomwhich will bo held at tho samo ing gum, of one ounco of popT. Moore and Earl R. Mulr, Cashier In tho efficiency of prayer. He betlmo. duct of Affairs. and Assistant Cashier, respectively, of corn, or a dozen peanuts at Kaiser lieves that prayer will help him with inations submitted at this session by m President Wilson was brokon today tho Loulsvlllo. branch. George W. Rial's Joint and to drop Into the colCUNDIPU1 COMBS the problems that are beforo him in and tho way paved for confirmation, Norton, W. C. Montgomery and W. P. lection basket at Sunday School nnd the White House. before March 4 of emergency appointNow York, Jan. 18 An lmniodlato directors meeting. Mr. Paul Cundtff and Miss Lona KIncholoo wero Mr. Harding said that tho affairs ments. o( tho congressional Investigation F. M. wcro united In marrlago Sat- of tho Louisville Branch. Nation havo been drifting for Attempts of Democratic Senators to Dopartmont of Justlco and tho offlco Combs Wo aro going to get tho Board of of this urday afternoon, January 16, at tho Sackett and Embry L. Swearlngen of tho alien property custodian waa homo of Rov. Russell Walker, Hart- havo been reappointed directors of Directors of this concern to post these a long whllo, but ho Is approaching forco an oxecutlvo session, none of his tnsk with confldonco and faith. which has recommended by Samuel Untormyor, performing tho rites Joining tho Branch by tho Federal Reservo promises against candidates. Tho Ho believes faithfully that God will assembled been held since Congress last month, resulted in an in an address tonight at a testimonial ford, ho connubial bliss. things are so numerous and all pesky thTtwo-lBoard. equal to the responsibility: agreement between party leaders to .dinner to Nathan HIrsch, promineninsistant, and hanging around make him ured Mr.Cundlff Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. "I believe In prayer," ho said, I refer to appropriate commutes with with tho campaign tly Idontlflod so thick wo can hardly spit without nn indus- CANDIDATES' CARDS believe In prayer In tho closet, for nstructlons to report tho nominations Mr. It. R. Cundlff, of Buford, against rent profiteering horo. IN COMING ISSUE spattering one of them. highly respected young Many of 5,534 army officers recommended, thero one faces God alone. 'Untermyor, who ns chief counsel In trious and his bride Is tho only man, whllo times tho outspoken prayer Is only for permanent commissions by tho In"tho Joint lcglslatlvo commlttco's Wo like to look upon a good lookWithout any show or presumption Mr. M. H. Combs, of vestigation of tho alleged building daughter of bright nnd splendid of one in authority, wo havo delayed ing lady, both old' or young. (This is for people's cars. I can understand Pershing board and now holding tema Dukehurst, how thoso prophets of old, In their porary appointments. trust, has obtained numerous Indict- typo Wo Join announcement of aspirants for nomi- not for our wife) we believe it to anxieties problems, perturbations and of young womanhood. This ngreemont was reached after ments declared ho had no direct legal persons perplexities, found counfge many friends in wishing for nation for various positions on the bo within the rights of all and tho two depart- their ovldonco against to make themselves attractive, but strength when they gave their hearts Senator Lodge, the Republican leader. them tho very best of the material Republican ticket to bo voted for In given notice that his party would ments. tho coming August Primary and elec- may tho good Lord deliver us from to tho Great Omnipotent in prayer. had como in this Hfo. of things that not tolerate any tendency on tho part "But" ho added, "If a fraction some of theso low walsted and high tion to follow. Wo had hoped that of the present administration to placo ' what comes to mo Is true (and I JAS. HUDSON DIKS candidates would not announce until skirted 'Janes we occasionally meet CROWE PIRTLE an inIts followers In office to the embarmuch of it is truo), such IN KIEFER, OKLAHOMA lato In March, but so many desire with tho top end done in varied colvestigation will dlscloso to tho world rassment of tho new administration, to get into tho field and start their ored varnish and ena"hiejs. SomeCrowo and Miss Gertrude Mr. J. F. m series of tho most mortifying scancamo to Mr. James Hudson, campaign, we havo decided to open times It Is enough to give one a fatal Plrtlo were united In marriage Tues- and after Senator Underwood, tho Death Democratic leador, had assured tho dals that has over befallen our coun- an employ of tho Wright garage, Kie-fo- r, our colmuns for announcements, With case of painter's colic. day at the home of the bride, on lowRepublicans that "thero was no detry." Oklahoma, Tuesday, Dec. 28th, tho next week's issue, notwithstander Nocreek, Rev. R. E. Fuqua proProbe .Urgently Needed. Squlro Buck Dean of Dundee, went nouncing the words making them sire on his part to do that." Tho" 121, nfter a vory brief illness. ing tho fact wo had told quite a few agreement, it later was said, might "Thero novor has been a govern- Altho ho had not been well for some that wo would not likely run them to Centertown Tuesday to transact husband and wife. lead to action before March on a few mental department, national or state,' days ho was walking around town boforo tho first Issue in March or some business and wound up In tlmo The bride is a daughter of Mr. and nominations of an urgent naMr. Untormyor said, "so urgently In Sunday. Funeral services woro hold later. Wo merely make this an- to catch the mixed train which arriv- Mrs. Herman pirtle arid the bride- other ture. need of Immediate and painstaking at Mounds Cemetery Wednesday nouncement that all may be put on ed here at noon that day. Squire groom Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Senators Fletcher, Democrat, Flor investigation as aro thoso of tho alien conducted by Rov. Conk-righ- t, notice, as we have reluctantly allow- said ho knowed doggon well it would Crowe, of Beda, both of whom aro property custodian and the DepartBaptist Church, ed somo ten candidates to pay their never do to go on home on that train excellent young people and much es- ida, and Norrls, Republican, Nebras of ka, during the time that tho subject ment of Justice, dating from the time assisted by Rov. Brill, of Kiofer M. E. fees and lodge their announcements as Missus Doan would shore havo teemed by their acquaintances. of nominations was up tried unsucof tho enactment of the alien prop- Church, in whoso congregation the In this office. As a raco starter him doing something around homo cessfully to forco action on civil aperty custodian law. But tho investi- deceased was frequently found. Tho during the balance of the day, besides SELECT would say, GO! , pointees. The latter voted, with tho gations must bo conducted, If at all, singing was by Mesdames Reel, Rea got off here and went in homo If he m skillful, searching and strictly gan, Lyons, Zlckefoose and Rov. Brill. on the last train the Missus would CLEAR RUN. Mrs. Emma Simmons and daugh- Democrats twice to compel tho Senate n direction, with tho aid Tho following obltunry was read by have all the milking and other night ter, Miss Cloo, of Rochester, have to "proceed with business in excu-tl- vo session" for the purpose of conof experienced counsel and only after Rov. Brill: Mr. Clarence Hoover is carrying work dono up and he'd havo nothing been visiting friends and relatives In firming the com'missloner of patents tho samo caroful preparation such as "James Hudson was born in Hart- tho mail now, between Clear Run and to do but put on a tired look, eat sup and near Select. that which precedes tho trial of a ford, Ohio County Ky., March 18, C. C. Hoovers, his route being thru per, look over the paper and go to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Corwder have and hi3 assistants, while Senator case. bed. 2 moved to Hartford whero their son, Fletcher introduced a resolution call1863, and died In Klefer, Dec. 28, tho Taffy and Union Grovo section. ing upon tho postmaster general for t "Our national honor Is involved 192Q. His homo was In Hartford unMessrs W. D. and Jesso Smith, of Hulbert has entered High School. Jioro.Tho vast powers and patronage til qbout seven years ago, when ho Hartford, mado a business trip to D. Clairo was in town a short I. Mrs. Fanny Autry has moved to the the names of all former service men, of thoso great offices aro said to havo camo to Oklahoma. His parents wero Taffy Tuesday. time Sunday, and owing to iho fact property vacated by Mr. and Mrs. H. or their widows, who have been nam Tho been used, and it Is tho general ed for postoffice appointments. Monroo Smith's foot is better this it was Sunday he missed seeing Bat C. Crowder. Eliza Janes and Allen P. Hudson, tho -that they were Incidentally used, father died In 1897 and tho mother In week. In our report last week wo tle Nail, tho Kaiser and Eck Rial's Mrs. E. M. Eldson is on tho sick resolution was referred to the Com to build up a political machlno which, 1913. Ho was marrlod to Ada Davis, mentioned tho fact that Mr. Smith old gray hoss. I. D. C. said ho nev- list. mittee on Postoffice and Post Roads however, fortunately failed of its pur. at Hartford, and to them' camo ono had a very soro foot and that little er for once thought of It's being Sun "Miss Lagrada Allen, of Humboldt, after a heated discussion. t roso. Dut tho uses to which they and child, Fred, now married and resid- Miss Ida Ruth Park had eczema and day or else he would not have paid Tenn., is visiting her grandparents, LITTLE CHILD DIES their vast patronage woro put was ing at Dllworth, Okla., his companion by soma mistake tho printer made it out his money, or any part of it, to Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Stewart. nonetheless sinister becauso they did passed away in 1893.2 He was run appear that Mr. Smith had eczema come to Hartford when he hadn't a Born to Mr. and Mrs. Alva Black-loc- k, Tho two months and twelve days-olnot succood." Jan. 11th, a girl. over by a wagon loaded with coal 16 and failed to mention llttlo Miss Ida's chance of lamping that trio. But Mr. Untermycr declared "fortunes infant child of Mr. and Mrs. Eliwo can assure Mr. Claire .that the Mr. M. E. Luck visited his aunt, or 17 yoars ago, since then be had not trouble. Wo only mention the inci in patronago are believed to havo been in robust health, but when nblo dent to clear up any misunderstand old hos3 Is still gray and Battlo's the Mrs. Vilas Peters, of Beaver Dam, jah Ford, of lower West Hartford, died Jan. 15, of pneumonia. Burial boon squandered among favorites In to work, was never idle. In his ing tho readers may havo had who same old Bat, and the Kaiser is tho Monday, January 10. tho form of lawyors' and directors' youth ho became a member of tho read tho Clear Run News" last week. samo old popcorn profiteer and if Tho Candidates seem to be stepping of the remains took place In the affoes taken out of tho pockets of cit- Baptist, Church at Hartford. He was Mrs. Fannie Murry is visiting her any difference at all he is perhaps a up pretty briskly, judging from tho ternoon of the day following in tho Cemetery at Central Grove Church. izens and aliens whoso properties charitable and generous bit samor. parents this week, near Bcda. number that is passing. nnd bis woro seized, or unfortunately camo friends were numbered by those who Mr. C. W. Trogdon went to Owens-bor- o BEECH VAIjLEY. under the control of tho government." knew him. DISABLED "VETERANS Wednesday with a load of to- M. L. HEAVRIN UNDERGOES "There is Just ono decent loop-hol- o OPERATION IN CINCINNATI MUST PAY INCOME TAX Tho deceased Is survived by one bacco. Miss Icy Dcso Russell died at the of escape for us," ho added, brother, A. L. Hudson, who also ro- It has been reported that "Pig" home of her sister, Mrs. Minnlo Mose-le- y, "and that Is by a merciless oxposuro sldes In Kiofer, Okla. Attorney M. L. Heavrln .went to Washington, Jan. 17 Unmarried Crow got married Tuesday. But we at Adaburg, Monday January 10, of tho facts by tho Congress"." aro not going to bo responsible for Cincinnati, Ohio the first of this war veterans must return to- - the Investigation of tho activities of the opera- government as Income tax 4 per cent after a lingering illness of tubercuMRS. MARY ELLEN TAYLOR If it is not truo "the week, where he underwent an the story. secret service of the Department of straws havo been blowing that direc- tion for eye trouble. A growth or of any disability payments they re- losis. She was laid' to rest In the Justlco boforo and during tho war. infection of some character back of ceive in excess of $1,000 a year. The Sunnydalo Cemetery, near herej Tues Mjs. Mary Ellon Taylor, widow of tion." Air. Untermyer said he believed would Squlro L. Taylor, died at hor homo thru this sec- the optic necessitated tho removal of Treasury Department ruled today day, Jan. 11th. Funeral services Most of tho farmers "dvelop tho fact that it dd llttlo ex- near Bell's Run last Friday of ail- tion of the country have leased their the ball, but the operation was re- that it could not, under tho law, ex- were conducted at Marvin's Chapel reports of ments incident to advanced age, be- lands to Oil Companies. cept to rely largely on the ported as successful and vision will empt such men, altho thoso by Rev. Robert Smith, of St. Joseph, twenty-fou- r tho British secret service that woro' ing past the ago of 88 years. Sho We now have two stores and two not likely bo Impaired. Mr. Heavrin still in the service are required to pay Ky, Miss Russell was gathered beforo wo entered tho war was a member of tho Boll's Run Bap. blacksmith shops here, and plenty of is expected to arrive home, during only on amounts in excess of $3,500 years of age at the time of her and to pay off tho grudges and play tlst Church having been a member of room for more. year. War risk insurance payments death. She was a member of Settlo the coming week. --Wta gamo and induco us to intern tho Memorial, Methodist church In are not taxable. that institution for more than 65 She had been a trained-nursunfortunates who had incurred its years. CENTERTOWN. MR. SAVAGE TO OCCUPY for the past few years but ill; enmity before we entered tho war." HONOR STUDENTS HARTFORD PULPIT HERE SUNDAY Funeral services were conducted by HIGH SCHOOL FOR DECEMBER health forced her to give up hor work. Rov. R. A. Barnes, of LIvermore, Rev. H. L. Lashbrook, after which the XEGION HAPPENINGS. She leaves three sisters, Mrs. Minnlo Mr. Wm. Savage, who conducted preached a very Interesting sermon remains wero laid to rest in tho Moseley,. of Adaburg, Mrs. Lula-Ralp- h, Seniors. sorvlces at tho local Christian church' at the Baptist Church here last Thurs Boll's Run Cemetery. m Ralph and Mrs. Bertha-Martiof . An interstate conference of tho Flora Rhoads, Freeman Schapmlre, . some weeks ago, will again occupy day night. mm of Dundee, and three brothRay Brown, of Prentiss, visited Margaret King, Douglas Williams. GONE SOUTH. coinmandersand adjutants of tho Detho pulpit of that church Sunday, ers, Messrs Frank and Everett Ruspartments of Texas, Oklahoma, New Juniors, next. Mr. Savage delivered a splen friends here a fow days ago. Moxlco and Arkansas Is In project MaryLtndley, Ella Henry, Gola sell, of Ralph, and Willlo Russell of Mr. E. G. Schroetor tho Photo- did sermon on the former occasion Mrs. Robert Plummer Is visiting Dundee. Her mother, father and' tor January probably at Austin, Tex. grapher, who spent the late summer and should havo a well filled house her daughter, Mrs. Lewis Robertson, Bennett, Helen Barnett. one sister and brother having passed, Sophomores. JUBt before Xmas, In Illinois at tho coming service. Moorman. and until at "Because its producers woro notor- and Indiana, working at his profesWilliam Davidson, Georgle Mario to tho beyond several years ago. Mrs. V. O. Brlte, who has been L1VIA, ROUTE 2. Rev. John Hamilton, of Mt. Moriah New York Logion-nalr- sion, left, hero last Friday for Alabavery sick of pneumonia, Is Improving. White, Lorene Westerfleld, Elizabeth iously "Uncle" John Gulnn.a well known last year waged a strenuous ma, where he will engago in photoA. D. Woodward is vory sick of Cook, Ursel Bennett, Emily Bell, Lu- filled his regular appointment Hero fight against tho production of Gor- graphy at least during the winter citizen of this community, died Janu- malaria fever. ther Turner, Mjyrtle -- Payne, Virgil Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Magan spent J, M, Bishop has gone to Florida, Crowe, Otis Ash by. man opera in Now York City. This and early spring. Mrs. Scbroetor ary 14, of pneumonia. His romains Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. T. S. Milthoro will be no Legion op and their little daughter, Virginia, ac wero laid to rest m Ploasant Hill to spend the winter. Fresluncn winter Kathryn Williams, Edith Tinsley, ler. position to German opera, according companied Mr. Schrooter to Nash- Cemetery. Rev. F. A. Sanders and family visMrs. Bert Roach and sons, of MaMiss GerJIo Kuykendoll has return- ited their brother, Rev. Felix Sanders Ena Westerfleld, James Bozarth, Mato William F. Deegan, Department ville, Tenn., where they will visit becauso It is pro- Dr. and Mrs. King a fow days return- ed home nfter two weeks visit with at Fordsvllle last week. ry Ellen Duko, Cora Hagerman, Victo- gan, havo moved in Mr. Clarence ing from thence to Cadiz, where they friends and relatives near Hetlln. Mrs. Carrlo Elders, wife of Andy ria Canary, Pauline Williams, Anna- Taul's residence. duced by Americans. James Albert and Hugh Almon Mr. Paul Cundlff, of this placo and Elders, died Wednesday night of bel King, Eulah Bean, Earl Bartlett. will be tho guests of Mr, and Mrs. W. conformity with tho Amorican HrPursloy a few days. Miss Lena Combs, of Dukehurst were heart falluro at her homo in Kronos. Ronald Estes, Mercldese Balrd, Geno- - Duke, of Sunnydalo, spent Saturday, In united in marrlago at tho brides' She was "38 years old and highly re-jLegion's national policy of encourHoward, Lydia Plrtlo, Lona Hen night and Sunday with their grandYOUNG MAX DIES. homo, Saturday Jan. 15. They went spected, Burial and funeral ar ry, urvu ijoover, ueneva uoii, name mother, Mrs. M, E. Miller. agement of education, William B. Mr. Wld Taul and family havo (mediately to the homo of tho groom, rangoment8 have not yet" been per- Bello Allen, Beatrice Ford, Lockett Coloman Post of Atlantic, Ga., has John L, White died at tho homo whero a supper was awaiting thorn. a ?G0O a year scholarfected. Ford, Udemah Rhoads, Hubert Llnd-le- y moved to Mr J. C. Ralph's place, at established Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hlues and litOtha Lee, Lucilo Westerfleld, Sunnydalo. ship in tho Georgia Institute of Tech- of his parents near Olaton, Tuesday, Mr. Alva Magan, wlto and baby, ' Jan. 11, of tuberculosis, after an tle son, will leave shortly for Miami, HARDING TO TAKE OATH Corlne Ward, Isabel Tinsley, Bonnlo nology. ON MICAH, OT1I VERSE 8 Sosh, Martina Sproulo, Samuel Mil- and Miss Ava Edge, of Aduburg, aro of short duration. Ilurjal of tho Arizona, where they go for' the bone-- . v Wood romains took place Wednesday at ftl of Mr. nines' hoaith, Leonard Major General JK ler, Ersol Dames, Carroll Whlttakor. visiting relatives here. Mr. Luke Hunt, who died at nU secretary of war Cedar Grove Church, after funeral Marlon, Qhlo, Jan. 16.- - President Mlnceyls 111 .with m Miss Lydla Mao should bo named as homo In Fordsvllle, Monday, Jan. BEST HE COULD SAY. elect Warren G. Harding has chosen jg-- opinion of Petaluma Cal. Post services conducted by Rev, Hurpev malaria. in the 10th, was buried at .Sunnydalo, WedDeceased was a son of Mr. and Mr. A, M. Kirk who has been 'suf- tho Biblical text upon which he will No. 38, of tho American Legion ns exWhat about the brlda's culinary nesday, January 12th. in a resolution sent to Presi- Mrs. N. B. White, 18 years of age, fering with a broken foot Is better tage the oath of office as Presdient of pressed a member of the M. E. Church and at this writing. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom F. Mldklff, of tho United States. He will ask that efforts? dent a splendid young man, held In Tflgh Well, she can make Ice cream that Owensbdro, have moved on Mr. CharMr. Scoba Wigginton has gone to tho same Blblo which Gcorgo WashGal- - ostoetn by all who knew him. lie Uaugbn's placo here. ington used bo opened at Mlcah, melts In your mouth. Runisoy, to make his futuro home, t& .National Commander F. W. by-Jln- g3 com-mtttco as 1--be-lloa non-partisabo-Jl- ot d ro. e - J n, es w 1 va s3 . r elect-Hardin- g. J Ji' It V ;.v..:. PROTECTION KEPUBLICAN'S AIM JBorah Would Test Sincerity Of Europe's Plans To Disarm. tBy Snoll Smith) "Washington, Jan. 15 On tho naval reduction of world now agitating -- armaments, which Is -- ques-fJon- tf JBnropcan Governments as well as tho capital of this nation, it Is already determined that tho Hopubllcan majority In Congress will stand for nothing Jess limn a naval forco suffclent to ,m6ct any emergency that may arise 'Grout Britain agree to a fifty per cent that wo bo ready rather than eduction in thoir naval building proIt Is Just as useful; just ns necessary on tho farm ns it Is in tho city. It is Just grams for tho next fivo years. 'Scn--at- dreaming If war between the two nanecessary to tho tradesmen, manufacturers, contractors, commission mon nnd othas Walsh, of Wyoming, a peace-lovin- g tions, which now seems impossible, ers In tho city as It Is necessary for such concerns to havo a placo to do business In should ever result. In this the ReDemocrat, is attempting to in other words, tho Ford truck Is a goncrnl utility, and becauso of this fact and tho this Idea to the benefit of the publicans concur. Ono thing Is cerfurther fact of Its universal economy it Is in a class by, Itsolf. "Wilson administration by suggesting tain; thero will bo no scuttling policy. Wo will bo glad to take your order for ono or moro Ford trucks nnd wilt glvo you Ahat tho United States participate in Democrats nro Deinomllzcd. fairly prompt delivery. You will likewiso havo tho assurnnco of that rcllablo and Not only on this question but on rthe disarmament commission of tho o which is such n valuable factor In tho servco of Ford cars. economical Lcaguo of Nations, using that as an all others of momentous Importance Price, truck chassis $545.00, f. o. b. Dotroit, Including demountable rims nnd pnouma-tl- c opening wedge to participation in the in Congress the Democrats .aro comtires. T whole general scheme which was re- pletely demoralized. In the face of pudiated at tho polls in November by the great and prolonged debate on tho majority of seven millions of votes. J tariff In tho special session to be England in the Lend. called by President Harding, thirty-nin- e of them In tho House voted for Senator Borah's plan is really an BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY altompt to sift out just how much tho emergency tariff bill designed to .sincerity there may bo in the disarm--tsroe- nt protect the products of the American pretences of the European and farmers. Probably tho country was -- Asiatic states which are members of never so anxious for tariff protection the League. Ho wants to know as It Is now, and Representative whether Great Britain, which sent Crowther expresses something of this sMBsBsyTBBBBBBlBBBBBBlBaBBBMsBBMBEBjBBBBBrBBM Tcpresentatlves to tho conferenco at sentiment by introducing a bill to the Dlngley law, which pro Gencva, Intends, to suit its action to . . . line word and actually disarm to any vlded prosperity after McKinley folio. In service of $1,500. FRANCE ALARMED BY agreed upon by the United ceeded Cleveland In 1897. The 39 Tho ministries of pensions ami Senator Wadsworth, of Now York, :Stales. That Empire is today mis- - Democrats in the House foresee this LOW BIRTH RATE hygicno will probably bo eliminate.!, Ho has inIs after tho sugar barons. iftrcss of the seas, as it has been since too, but the greater number of them nnd tho number of undersecretaries! troduced a Joint resolution authorizUiedays of Drake, and most Republl- - are bitterly opposed to the protective ing tho President to requlro the Unit Got eminent Called Upon To Eiicou- of Btnto reduced. sans In Congress do not believe It In- - principle, and hence the Democratic rugc Women In Hearing M. llrland tonight confirmed thf ed States Sugar Equalization Board to &cnd3 to relinquish that position ex party Is divided on tho very Issue Moio Children., acceptance by M. Bonnovay, of over tho importation of 13,092 take isispt by force. which has been in the past its main port-folibut M. Arago has refuse! tons of sugar from the Argentlno ReHowever, thero has been much talk reason for existence. The Republiprocured by tho government Is tho birth a post In tho cabinet, preferring tu public Paris, Jan. 15. So low ar disarmament. The Hague confer- cans meanwhile are alone determined and to dispose of tho sugar thru th j rato in Franco that doctors and depu- contlnuo in tho residency of the Nr ences discussed IU The peace confer-anc- that the farmer, the laborer, the manmarket. ties aro calling upon tho government tlonal Bloc. yearly at ufacturer and the miner must have which .assembled President Millorand was iojarmei: mm to encourago women to havo children :!thonTt discussed It. But nobody protection from an inundation of To The Djspcptlc. by first promising them help both fi- at 11 o clock of tho progress ut th anything in tho way of disarming. cheaper made foreign goods. dia Worfld you ifot like to feel that nancially and medically and by grant- negotiations by M. Briand, who sal Lenders Shot to Pieces, Statesmen met and talked, but the j ho would report again at 11 o'clock your stomach troubles aro over, that ing them certain privileges.' went right on. The greatest Democratic rout is made alV straining The you can eat any kind of food that Professor Plna'rd, a momberjof tho Sunday morning. war in" history came along and even the more complete by the lack of you crave? Consider then tho fact French Academy of Medicine and tho Ihat did not feaze those who sought ' leadership, in the House especially. that Chamberlain's Tablets havo cur- mother's friend in Parliament, has No Gmit Act Of Heroism ltiuircil to do away with war by making no champ Clark, minority leader, Is Thero aro drawn up tho project of a law which ed others why not you. s, it. Tho League of passing out after defeat in the preparation for many who havo been restored to ho requests bo discussed and voted If somo great act of heroism wat conceived by the British in Wilson landslide at the age of seven- health by taking these tablets and upon as soon as possiblo. In this law necessary to protect a child froii integrity, ' ty. Claude Kitchin, of North Caro-wwriJor to maintain territorial can now eat any kind of food that Professor PInard suggests: croup, no mothor would hcsltato t also to take up tho disarmament Una, chairman of the Ways and Means m they crave. First That thero bo instituted protect her offspring, but when it I) -- notation. It likewise met re- - Committee, was stricken with paraly-And ' thruout Franco offices of protection only necessary to keep at hand a bot t ccntly and dscussed It, but no action sis last year and has not appeared at JEWS TO PAY PENALTY for mothers and children. tlo of Chamberlain's Cough Romedff a battleship was dis- -j the present session. It Is considered was taken. Not Second That thero bo granted to ( and BjVo jt as 800n n9 tho first indlca-- l IF BOLSHEVIKS FAIL mantled. TJot a regiment was dls- - unlikely that he will do so for some overy woman four months beforo tion of croup appears, thoro are manji time. Henry T. Rainey, of Illinois, landed. Berlin, Jan. 15. "The Jews in childbirth and for a month aftor an who noglcct it. Chamberlain's Cougbj determined contender for low tariff What America Must Protect. Russia will pay tho bill and pay It allocation of ten franca per day on Romedy is within tho reach of all ana "So Senator Borah means to put schedules and righthand man of Kit-chnil dearly with their lives if tho Bolshe- the condition that the woman stays is promnt nnd effectual. on the Ways and Means Comall this pretense to the test of sinvik rule Is ever suddenly overthrown, at homo and tends her child and reout whether mittee, was also a victim of the Nocerity. Ho alms to find declared Albert Boni, Now York pub- fuses all work during that period. Great Britain means business. Other-wls- o, vember deluge. Cordell Hull, of lisher, who recently returned from Third That beginning with tho WOMAN PUTS END to his Tennessee, tax expert of the Demoho refers the inquirer Moscow. second month after birth and If tho speech advocating a big navy. Sena-iM- T cratic minority, gave way to a ReFAST TO 47-DA- Y Bonl was thr eo months in jail in mother keeps her child by her and Frellnghuysen, of New Jersey, publican. Finis Garrett, of the same Moscow despite the fact that ho gen- feeds it herself a grant of sixty aides with him In this stand. He Is state, who is the ablest parliamentaDanvlllo, III., Jan. 15. Mrs. Sadl erally was looked upon as a radical francs a month be mado for oleven on Mil- rian of the Democratic side, Is waiting a member of the Committee and publisher in Now York of books consecutive months. In tho caso of Harrington today broke tho hungei itary Affairs. Assured that within two considered to come In tho radical widows or unmarried mothers tho striko thru which sho had gone foi years the United States will have the and a half days In ai category. Bonl confirmed that grant should be increased to 120 forty-seve- n DECEMBER 31ST CROP ESTIMATE largest navy in the world, because of tho Jewish elements aro a dominating francs and doubled or tripled accord- effort which shq said was to savo th i building, ho ships now In process of The annual revised estimates of acreage and production of crops In Ken- majority, among the leaders In the ing to tho number of children. soul of hor husbandrErnest H. Hnri of sucks to bring about reduction tucky for 1920, issued December 31, by the U. S. Bureau of Crop Estimates Soviet regime, and that the hatred of Pointing out that in many cases rlngton, nnd got him to embrace her armament on tho basis of that time. In Russians against them mothers aro often unable to havo or religion. with State Commissioner of Agriculture W. C. Hanna, show Ilia figures were admitted recently in an estimated production of 100,650,000 bus. of corn; 467,500,000 pounds of tho Mr. Harrlncton took tho newt He predicts is steadily growing. afford proper the House of Commons. It has been tobacco of all types in the state; 5,610,000 bus. of wheat; 8,225,000 bus. of tho fall of the Bolshevik! wouldthat can nottheir homes, medical atten- calmly. bo tion in 'Professor PInard rumored that the British government oats; 6,435,000 bus. of 'Tra tilad It's over," ho salh. Thei Irish potatoes; and 1,508,000 tons of hay. the signal for programs such as Rus- proposes that homes bo founded out would yield to a proposal to reduce The estimates for all crops are given in the accompanying tables, and In- sia has never seen. In tho country whero women would ho asked: he two greatest navies of the world "Say, after all this, has anyone production of corn, oats, barley, potatoes, apples, peaches, While Russian circles In Berlin and bo admitted free tlvo months beforo Increases And maintain them on an oven basis. dicate sorghum, in beans and clover soy pears, found that soul of mlno? I'rnWseed;. the same production as in 1919 Russian emigrants In other cities as childbirth. 13ut this is only rumor. Frelinghuy-so- n -, potatoes, and decreased production of tobacco well, profess to see In the growing to Join any church, until I gt rcajoint Borah In declaring that un- of beans, cowpeas and sweet feeling in Russia, tho ryo and hay. Burley tobacco production in the State increased (acuy." $100 Reward, $100 less England and Japan also agrees wheat, estimates) from about 213,000,000 pounds in 1919 heel of the Bolshevik Achilles, which Tho long fast was ended when th The readers of this paper will be to disarm this country must maintain cording to pleated to learn that there Is at least Rov. S. T. Payno, pastor of tho C.'irc 23(5,500,000 pounds in 1920. These estimates may be slightly re- may bring about what all foreign Intho greatest navy on the globe. This to about when morp complete checking up of yields Is possible. The re- tervention failed, namely the over- one dreaded disease that science lma of God. of Eldoro. 111., called i M" vised later been able to euro In all Its stages and is what he says. acreage in Western Ky., together with light yield throw of the Soviet regime. that Is catarrh. Catarrh belne greatly Harrington and road aome swptu York has replaced London as duction of dark tobacco "New by constitutional InHuenced conditions wa requires constitutional treatment. Hall's which convinced hor that she In some other counties In 1920 reduced tho estimates of tho States total tothe banking center of tho world. Wo bacco crop of all types, from 498,000,000 pounds In 1919 to 467,500,000 Catarrh The liver loses its activity at times acta thruMedlclno is taken Internally and wronir in coins' without food. Beforf the blood on the Mucous faavo Bupplanted England as tho first and needs help. Herblno is an effecof the (System thereby destrojlng ho loft tho room sho drank half a. Our pounds of all types together in 1920. trading nation of the earth. the foundation of the disease, giving tho The acreage of wheat sown in Kentucky in tho fall of 1920 is estimated at tive liver stimulant. It alsd purifies patient strength by building up the con- pint of milk. ocean carriers have grown in three stitution and assisting doing Its Mrs. Harrington had little comment C25.000 acres, the same as in 1919 ,the condition of tho crop December 1, the bowels strengthens digestion and work, T.he proprietorsnature In bo much have short years so that we now aro withcompared to 80 Dec. 1, 1919, and an aver- restores strongth, vigor and cheerful faith In the curative power of Ilall'n to make. Sho appeared to bo phyin striking distance of her tonnage. 1920, being 84 per cent of normal Catarrh Medicine that they offer One age condition Dec. 1, of 90. Tho total acreage of wheat sown In tho United spirits. Price 00c. Sold by Ohio Hundred Dollars for any case that It falls sically low and in something of Wo are tho greatest producing nation m to cure. Send for list of testimonials. strike. She 97.2 per cent County Drug Company. Address F. J. CHENET & CO., Toledo. ilnzn nflnr endlne tho an tho globe. By training 4,800,000 States in tho fall of 1920 is estimated at 40,605,000 acres, or United States ex Ohio. Bold by all Druggists, 76c. acreage sown in the fall of 1919. The condition of the seemed to have lost tho strango mon and sending 2,000,000 across tho of the vigorous compared to 85.2 HIS INTERNAL ORGANS fr altation that kept hor sea to win overy battlo In which they wheat crop Dec 1, 11T20. is given as 87.9 per cent of normal average Dec. 1, of 88.4 per cent. lnni?. ARE ON WRONG SIDE BRIAN!) TO FORM woro ongaged and turn the tldo, we December 1, 1919 and a FRENCH MINISTRY "Novor mind what I told her,' sal -nave mado Washington tho capital KENTUCKY'S ACREAGE AND PRODUUTIUN UV lflU'UKTAm uuuro cottage PRODUCTION ACREAGE betho pastor, after ho loft the CROP Rutland, Vt Jan. 18. Tho nil of tho world. Our wealth, which 1020 Paris, Jan. 15 Former Premier whoro ho broko tho fast. "I Jst 1010 1020 1010 his internal organs aro "on the wrong fore tho war exceeded tho combined 82,500,000 B. 100,650,000 B. side" and ho has tuberculosis, Wil- Arlstldo Briand will form a new min- down with her and quoted the scrip......3,300,000 3,300,000 opulonco of tho British and Gorman Corn 5,610,000 B. liam Bowen, of West Charleston, Vt., istry to succeed tho Leygues minis- tures. Sho didn't havo much to say. 10,350,000 B. 550,000 900.000 Umpires, has gono on by leap3 and Wheat 8,225,000 B. a patient at the Vermont sanitarium try, which resigned Wednesday. 7,875,000 B. 350,000 Ho Sho had half a pint of milk boforo i 350,000 oundb. Tho Romuui'ff, Hapsburg Oats 480,000 B. In PIttsford, Is. going to get well, say has secured tho collaboration of Lau- loft." 600,000 B. 40,000 50,000 Ryo lynastlos, which nd Honen7ollern 112,000 B. tho doctors, to wlionrtho man Is an rent Bonnovay, ono of tho chlof 4,0(f0 100,000 B. 4,000 After Mrs. Harding had swallowweak nations for centuries, Barley 1,508,000 T. anatomical curiosity. 1,573,000 T. leaders of tho National Bloc, uho led ed tho milk, tho pastor went down and fdcas of repub- Hay, (all kinds)... 1,125,000 1,093,000 aav djappearod t& 6,435,000 B. 4.900,000 B. y 65,000 70,000 .pictures taken to ascertain tho attack on M. Loygues. M. Briand Harrington's storo nnd seized lican OYrnmont ur permoatlng the Irish Potatoes B. 1,890,000 1,890,000 B. 18,000 18,000 . the condition of tho lungs revealed has had interviews with numorous owner by the hand. Sweet Potatoes varld." k,ia' 550,000 498,000,000 lb 467,500,000 lb .the fact that his heart Is on tho leaders which apparently insuro him "My namo is Payne," 600,000 Built Iij ii piilillu-iin- . Nn Tobacco 4,845,000G. right .side of his chest, tho stomach tho support necotisary to constttuto a camo down to seovhat co J ' aonp 4,250,000 G. 51,000' some Sorghum (Sirup) . . 50,000 on weu Vll 'on. li go r. 7sn flnfi n. 1,480,000 H. is misplaced, tho llvor on tho left in cabinet. about breaking thla ungoil ' "' im 3fln worthy of protection by a blg' Apples (Total).... 1,500,000 U.T stead of tho right sldo, and the ap 720,000 n. A forecast of tho now ministry sonslcal starvation of youi wOl' Groat Britain ponchos (Total) . . imyjt And this, unlaw ny 130.000TB5 pendix on tho left. 130,000 1). gives M. Bonnovay tho post of mlnls-- 1 Just want to Bay you havo 20,000 20,000 Htt .Tauau also :jaeut in illparm - 'ugans (Dry odlblo) -Dj, 252,000 252,000 11. tor of Justice; Louis Barthou, war; sympathy nil along. Tho strino 21.000 21,000 1m aiant, U to be the Republican policy cowpens (Thr.) 262,000 T. 202,000 T. Doumor, navy; Louis Loucheur now, Sho la eating. CongratullM19 154,000 ' Paul of the hw administration. Mombors Cowpoas (Forage). 154,000 ' 7,500 113,002 B. m, - ...n) tn thi l Pl 105,000 B. or Chariot Duniant. flnnnro nnnntv 4 IICU UIO JIUBlUt tt that imrty In Congrats are mind- - soy Beans (Thr.).. J.000 tFOR FLETCHER'S 122,000 T 113.000 T. Arago, the othor chief liAtlor. of tho nnd loft. Ilnrrlhgton went 67,500 63.000 ful of the fact that it was under Sec- - goy ueans (forage) V 50,000 B. 38,000 B 25,000 National uioc, aHo will haVo a port- - If the news was truo. pr u 20,000 E. clover Seed N..vy William de-sl- ro or after-servlc- in the .future. It lias been proposed by Senatbr Borah lhat tho United States and Chandlor, ,if New Hami shire, that tho modern American nr.vy got Us start, miit that in the days when tho Domocratsln tho Hottso and Sonato woro constantly voting against more battleships for tho navy they woro voting almost to a man for tho construction of atlequato defense. In tho determination to maintain tho navy at tho highest pitch of efficiency tho Ilopubllcans aro backed to tho limit by the officers of tho nnvy who havo been taught In tho pages of history and tho hard school of experience that talk never prepared a nation for defense or won a battlo In tlmo of war. They have testified before the Commltteo on Porolgn Relations, now considering tho Borah resolution, that Great Britain at the present moment has 84G shlp3 with a total tonnage of 2,829,661; that the United States has 582 ships with a tonnage 6f 2,067,578, and that Japan has 332 ships with a tonnage of 980,-42- 6. They see Great Britain as tho possible rival of the future and ct suc-sxle- nt . es as in to sco whothcr tho Republican Sennt" will confirm Ills appointment ns United States Judge. Worst of all, for the Democrats in tho House, Is tho fact that they havo only 129 mombors In tho now Congress and will bo subject to tho rulo at any tlmo. In othor words tho Republicans will havo more majority and will bo than ablo to proyent dilatory or filibuster tactics on tho part of the Democrats rule, by means of tho which permits anything except unanimous consent. No Appealing Issues. Consequently tho minority party Is wonderlngs around in a slough of dospondency and is so far without nn issue upon which to appail to tho country . This has already resulted in their quarreling among themselves as to policy, as evidenced by tho farmer tariff voto. Divided, without leaders nil without organization, tho Democratic party la tho Houso seems to be Sn h hopeless mess. In the Senate It Is more united In opposition to any protective tariff principle ini is more ably led by Senator Oscar Underwood, of Alabama, who was cnt-tlm- e leader in tin 'louro as well Meanwhllo tho executive end is somewhat uncertain also. When tho curtain was about to bo rung down on his official career after the "great and solemn referendum," tho President appointed his secretary, "Joe" Tumulty, a member of the Court of Claims for life. But the Republican Senate has not taken kindly to "Joe." and it is not likely that ho will be confirmed before March 4th, in which case ho is contemplating returning to private life in Washington and remaining a neighbor of his chief, who has purchased a houso here at a cost of ?150,000. It wilt be remembered that when in New Jersey politics Mr. Wilson applied to the Carnegie fund for a pension in reward for his services as professor at Princeton. Senator Hcflin's Vision. "Never you mind," said Senator Tom Heflln, of Alabama, the other day. 'You Republicans will get yours. Woodrow Wilson will entirely recover his health, the country will find that he was perfectly right in all that ho did, and in four years he will be swept back Into the White House by a greater majority than that by which Harding was elected." "If that is what the Democrats aro counting on, they aro indeed in a bad way," was tho remark of a Republican member. In order to show him tho respect in which he-i- 3 held, tho majority in tho Houso has decided to retlro their chaplain, Rev. Henry M. Coudon, who has served in that capacity through both Republican and Democratic administrations for 25- - years. He Is blind as the result of a wound In the Civil War, and Is becoming quite feeble. Each day just beforo noon tho tall slender figure of the aged chaplain, rather bent with his years rnd attired in black, is seen approaching the Capitol, arm In arm with his daughter. He is led to the speaker's desk by a page and there pours out invocation to Almighty God. Ho is beloved by all the members and his prayers aro printed each day in the Record,. For tho rest of his life he will receive his annual salary while two-thirtwo-thirtwo-thir- J """gagr-?--., 1 iSS-. ds rf' j nm? wfjTWj y an m & ry 4tHl..irf...fca -to- ,. v THE UNIVERSAL CAR THAT MIGHTY SERVICEABLE TRUCK truck that keeps It growing In popularity, Thoro Is this about tho Ford ono-to- n namely, tho good roports which tho owners of Ford trucks sproad abroad among their friends and acquaintances. There Is no testimony of merit qulto so strong as tho testimony of porsonnl extruck Is sold In a community until othor perience It is not long after n Ford one-to- n sales of tho same truck follow, becauso "Its works do follow It." Well, "thoro Is a reason." Yes, thero aro many reasons. Tho Ford one-to- n truck was built to sorvo and to satisfy. It carries all the Ford virtues; llghtnoss In weight, simplicity in dosign, strenght in construction, flexibility and durability . it has tho lowest first cost and brings tho lowest oporatlng exponso In tho bo-sid- es truck-market- BEAYER DAM AUTO COMPANY 1 o, ti ' non-Jewi- - ng antl-semlt- lc ed p-- Bur-fac- es 10-ye- ar " ...... ov-ra- .... X-ra- ... ( 1 Children Cry 1 .;.r CASTOR! 1' !WMWJ recclpta into tho stato troasury w6ro BRITISH FREIGHTENED Ing demonstration might bo attrlbut $12,861,008.02, which amount is cd, Mr. Lamb said: 1? $3C1,729.G0 less than tho' gross re- AT U. S. MEAT CONTROL "So far ns I know, thero is no or UNDER G. 0. P. REGIME ceipts ilto tho treasury for tho same ganization bohlnd It. I havo had no I Of America porlod ending Decombor 31, 1919, tho JVickcrs Command official notlco of tho plot and I havo World's Output London Hoard last yenr of tho Democratic adminis no authority to act." Of Trade Told. . A formal warning was sent today State Inspector James Shows tration.vlow of w "In this romarkablo showfrom tho American Defenso Society London, Jnn. 15. Apprehensions calling on Its Deficit Materially ing made during tho first six months members In New York of tho current fiscal year, in tho faco of a worldwido meat control by Am- City particularly Cut and tho country genpacking firms wero disclosed erally of reduced revenues and tho extra ex erican to bo on tho alert against any pense) of'the legislative session, I havo In a rccont ruport to tho Board of activities. ovbry reason' to Indulgo tho hopo Trndo by a. subcommittee of the Frankfort, Ky Jnn. 1G. Ken- The Great Paper of the Southland standing commlttco on trusts. MAIL HAGS GONE, luoKys flnnnces nro looking up. thnt tho end of thoflscal venr emllnir "At present tho. American meat .10, 1921, will find a most sub Stato Inspector nnd Examiner II. E. Juno $.i80,000 MISSING stantial and satisfactory reduction of companies havo nearly CO per cent of James says so and ho 1b, In a positho beef output from Argentina and tho state's Indebtedness." Mt. 'Vernon, HI., Jan. 14 Four tion to know. Ho snys thero Is evUrdguay and about 75 por cent of tho registered mall sacks ono of which ery Indication, as a result of tho . The Courier-Journ- al is ably edited; it is sane cnpaclty of the meat plants built or said to PERMANENT ITU LIBERTY' havo contained $80,000 and wonderful showing already mado by dignified' in its handling of news; it is fearless, yefc LOAN BONDS READY JAN. 3 building in Brazil," tho roport stat- the other threo of which may havo tho Republicans, that "tho end of tho ed. "Moreover, they control nearly contained fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will be nearly JG00.000 duo today fiscal year (Juno 30, 1921) will find of tho whole trade of Smlth-flcl- d or tomorrow to Holders of temporary bonds of tho one-hameet minors' payrolls, found the champion of clean government. a most substantial and sotlsfactory fourth Llborty loan may now present (tho great London meat market) wero still missing tonight despite efreduction of tho stato's Indebtedness." thorn to their banks to bo exchangod and they havo also a solid footing in forts of postoffico officials to traco The Courier-Journ- al In a statoment Issued today, Mr. surpasses all its competitors for permanent fourth Llborty loan Canada .nd Australia. them. Tho sacks were missed today l'n amimmnnn.. J? l James says: "Fenrs r.s to tho extension of thIr by tho transfer agent, coupon bonds, or registered bonds,, in cijuuicm, lux getting i.1 news oi il aay, Because uiu ine who was to "Tho statoment carried In tho dai according pctlvlties are not confined to fie to their wishes. As was it has not only the Associated Press dispatches but take them from tho postoffico horo to ly papers on January 14, to tho cf-- f dono in tho caso of other Liberty United Kingdom, but are equally tho Chicago nnd Eastern Illinois sta the full wire service of the New York Times. In adfeet that tho stato debt on January 1, bond Issues, tho glvo tho strong In tho dominions," It contin tion. 11921, had Increased over what It was holders receipts banks will dition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort turn- ues, v. for tho bonds Ono coal operator reported $280,- on January G, 1920, glvesjin entireed In, and will notify them when tho Kugliind Faces Shut-of- f. and at Washington. 000 expected today to meet his payly Incorrect vlow of tho situation. new bonds are ready to deliver. "Tho moro they may be ablo to roll, had not been received tonight. Figures nro Explained. Deliveries of tho now bonds, with No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without operations In South AmerFederal officials Investigating the "The records show that on January all interest coupons attached, will be- ica, tho moro they may bo able to matter declined to commont. C, 190 ,tho dnto on which tho Repubgin hero January 3, nnd will proceed divert supplies from reaching tho lican administration assumed chargo ns rapidly as supplies nro received Kingdom, and tho moro, they OIL LEATHER ARTICLES or tho stato government, tho outBy special arrangements we aro now ablo to offer from Washington. Tho banks and aro able to control flstrlbutlvo busistanding Intorcst-bearln- g warrants trust companies turn over tho tem ness hero, tho more securely they will Government exports ndvlso that wero 12,017,809.32. In addition to porary bonds to tho Federal Rcservo s The Daily Courier-Journ- al X'lls Indebtedness represented by war nanlc, by which they aro cancelled havo the British consumer in their shoes and other leather articles AND THE should bo oiled from tlmo to time in rants' thero hnd nccrued under tho and forwarded to tho Treasury De- grip." Suggestions wero mado by tho Lorder to prolong their usefulness. ' Democratic administration, and was partment. Tho Hartford Republican Federal Reserve to restrain, by taxation and by Dress shoes may be treated with casowing by tho stato at tho time tho Doth ono jenr, by mall,, for Only $5.75 Dank, however, does not rccclvo subsiding refrigerated shipping com- tor oil. -- Clean tho shoesMrub tho oil Republicans assumed power on Janbonds for exchango from Individuals. panies, tho expansion of foreign inter- well Into the lather and wine off the uary 5, 1920, unaudited claims for This offer applies to renewals as well a3 now subscriptions, uul ests here, and an international ln- - surplus. After a few hours they may which warrants hnd not yet boon Is only to people living In Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. New vestlgatlon was recommended to go bo polished In the usual manner. Tan sued to tho amount of ?1,G03,037.G2, POLANDACRIFICES may, if 'desired, start at a later dato, and renewals wlU Iilto tho be darkened by oil. making tho total Indebtedness of tho TO SAVE CHILDREN to takingwholo situation with a view shoes will oil, tallow, vaseline tho fish common action. Neatsfoot or , .date from expiration of present ones. stnto government nt tho time the ReA rejoinder to the committee's find- oil may bo used on shoes that are not publican pnrty assumed power of $3,- If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substltuto Tho Jan. 1 Tho ono op- ings Is mado by R. II. Cabell, the to bo polished. WaBh harness In teG20.S46.94. Louisville Times for the Courlor-Journa- l. timistic note in tho deep need pre London manager of Armour & Co., pid water and neutral soap. Oil bo- "On January 5, 1920, thero was In vailing thruout tho war-tor- n Send or bring your orders to the, office of of who In an lntervlow with a press as- fore tho leather dries. Wipe areas off the tho stato treasury and was turned Eastorn Poland Is tho extraordinary over to tho Republican odmlntatra- - faith of the people in tho children. sociation representative, complains surplus oil before using. THE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Leather in the past has boen so tfon cash nmountlng to J1.200.CS4.- - Tho older generation has put all Its that nono of tho American firms were heard by tho committeo and charges plentifuland cheap In this country GO, leaving tho net outstanding inhopo and trust in tho futuro of the debtedness of tho stato at tho tlmo younger clement. In fact, In many that tho latter's roport was complied that peoplo have not learned to take care of such materials properly. tho Republicans assumed power of instances, it Is dollbcrately sacrific- "under strong perjudlce.' "Several passages in the report Leather In time will, lose Its oils and -w111' bo taken On I2.320.1C2.44. Dccombor 31, ing itself for tho children of the naover y state pbecome stiff and weak, whereas if STATE COLLEGE READY. show a clear but very 1920, which was tho closo of the tion, tho citizens of tho future. animus against the American firms," kept well oiled it will last Indefinite- FOR FARM CONVENTION L1,CLnv , first year of tho Ropubllcan adminisGovernment reports show that, Caboll says. "Particularly in Its ref ly. Mineral oil is not so good for tration, thero wero outstanding In- whllo many hospitals aro In a negMatewan battle trials, scheduled No ono woulds leather as animal oil, though it Is betterest bearing warrants amounting to lected condition, whllo homes for tho erence to Argentina. 19, continued to come In guess from the report that the. Chi ter than nothing. G,GG2,77G".6S. Lexington, Ky. Jan. 1G With the town today. Thero wero on that aged aro run down and aro permitted entered dnti do outstanding unaudited claims. to remain so, everywhere tho orphan- cago packers request, the Argentine DRY' BANQUETS .MORE ORDERLY final program completed and all the The probable outcome of the troops-aimosi at tne necessary details arranged everything return to Camp Sherman Is tho clile un uio same tinio uicro was casu on ages nro excellently equipped and in trauo ai tne ha,.d In the stato treasury S 1,080,-G1- 7 nearly ,overy caso splendidly con- entreaties, of the British firms which topic of discussion here. Col. Bryan is pleased with what has Is in readiness for the conclave of had oponcd up the territory and had 01, leaving tho total net indebt- - ducted. farmers and their wives who aro , Every facility is placed at paid heavily been accomplished so far by the antl-experience ti cuncss or luo stato nt tno closo or bu tho disposal of these institutions by wero anxiouB for theirbought out." and liquor amendment to the constitution. expected to Journey to Lexington for to be siness on Dccombor 31, 1920, $2,-4- the local authorities. In Home "to the Ninth Annual Farm and Mr. Cabell suggests that part ot "It Is splendid," ho remarked, 257.67. districts, where supplies of all the supposed animus disclosed In the see jtho good-orde- r that now prevails Convention which will be held at the Rig Reduction Made. kinds are lacking, the orphanages get report Is duo to tho reluctance of cer at political "banquets. In tho old days College of Agriculture, University of according to "Deglnnlng with July 1, 1920, tho tno uost or evcrytmng wnicn can be tain British firms to competo with the thero was considerable drunkenness Kentucky, Feb. an announcement made today by N. stato operated for tho first time un- obtained. ! "less wasteful and moro efficient' at these affairs. "At such a banquet How far this is truo is well Indi- - methods of tholr American rivals,'" ono' evening the chairman said to a R. Elliott, leader ot specialists at the der tho budget system, each and department of tho stato govern- cated by tho fact that In ono district and bo says tho only effect of the re rather noisy guest: "Excuse mo sir, college. Special caro has been taken in the ment, save tho schools, the judiciary tho authorities, applyng to tho Ameri-- J port ,j,ust bo lo ral30 meat prlcC3 all but may I ask your name?' arrangement of tho 1921 program "Morgan's me hie name," the nnd tho legislative department, being jenn Jled Cross, for aid, asked assist over tho United Kingdom. and thosein charge of it are responguest replied. given specific sums under which thoy anco for ono military hospital, four . general hospitals and twenty orphan "Your full name, I mean; what is sible for tho statcinent that1 it is should Opernto for tho ensuing fiscal The Rest Cough Medicine. outlinsuperior to aby that your full name?" year. In tho naturo of thjngs, a asylums. Tho proportion, so markcusWhen n druggist finds that his "Aflcr the birth of my m& great many of tho departments, llko edly favoring tho orphanages at tho tomers nil speak woll of a certain "Tho guest pulled himself together ed for a similar meeting of farm men baby I had a back-set- ," and women' in Kentucky. More than' tho university, tho normal schools oxpenso of other charitable Institu- preparation, he forms a good opinion and hiccupod once or twice, "It's speakers together writes Airs. Maltte Cross-whit- e, nnd other departments, drow at the tions Indicates tho exjtent to which if it and when In need of such a medl-cin- o ust the same' he said, "full or sober." 20 with the entiro staff of tho agriculbeginning of tho fiscal year their en- tho elder generation aro ready to sac of Glade Spring, is almost certain to use it himtural coi'ege will take par; Jn giving tire appropriation nllowed for cer- rlfice themselves for tho sako of tho self and in his family. This is why SQUARE MILE IN DIIILIN Va. "I was very ill; 9 IS CIRCLED BY SOLDIERS the fouvtntlon men and women lectheir work, which, children. tain branches-o- f so mnny druggets use and recommend thought 1 was go'ig to tures and demonstrations on practi of courso, would correspondingly reChamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. B. die. ! was so weak I cally every phase of agriculture and Dublln, Jan. 16 Tho whole secn, duce tho amounts which thoso de- I X JECT ETI I K It INTO Jones, a well known druggist of couldn't raise my head lo home life. VEINS OF PATIENT partments will draw from tho stato Ky.j says, "I have uspd Cham- tion ot North Dublin was cordoned Special caro will bo given to tin get a drink of water. I treasury for tho romalnder of tho my family by soldiers and police last night and berlain's Cough Remedy fn progran took . . . medicine, yet I fiscal year, which ends Juno 30, 192l4 Boston, Jan. 16. Ether adminis- for tho past soven years, and have today. Tho street railway service women wl o attend, a special having been arranged for them. In along tho north-qua- y was Tho amounts drawn by these depart- tered thru a vein in tho, elbow to didn't get any better. I found It to be tho best cough medi addition to this feature there will bo anesthesia for a major ments, In oxcess ot their half yearly m cine I have ever known."" was conslipated and very a four-da- y tractor school- - and meet was successfully applied for tho The center of the cordoned district allowance had tho allownnco been diweak, getting worse and includes Church Street and the place ings of soven important agricultural vided Into two equal parts, nmounts first tlmo, it is believed, in Boston, A "FEMALE RASPUTIN" worse. IsentforCardul." organizations of tho state. Topics of $512,217.36, nnd to that oxtent, of in a surgical caso at the Elm 11(11 AVARS whore the soldiers were ambushed re. to PREACHES NEW Interest to all farmers and their wives Rox-bur- y. cently nnd North King Street. The course, reduces tho amount which will Hospital, on "Walnut avenue, or dairy N TAKE ' bo drawn from tho treasury for tho Berlin, Jan. 16. A Bolshevik scene of fierce fighting In tho Easter whether they raise poultry cattle are Included in the list of sub Tho patient, whoso nnmo Is with- prophetess rebellion. remaining half of tho fiscal year. a "female Rasputln"--iA total area ot a square mile is sur- jects so that it may truthfully be sai Whon this $612,217.36 Is deducted hold, wont under the knifo for cancer reported to havo arisen in Soviet fro tho $2,472, 247. G7, as It proper- of tho brain. Russia and rumor credits her with rounded, and tho biggest raid Dublin that tho 1921 convention will havo r all farm men and Dr. R. E. T. Rhames was in chargo great influence in tho Kremlin, the has yet experienced has been under universal appeal-foly should bo deducted, thoro is loft a women ot the stato. real not Indebtedness ot the stato on of tho operation, with Dr. Nicholas Bolshevik "White House" An Mos- way. Only the military have beon Eighty Enrolled in Short Courso Dynati and Dr. Richard J. Costollo as cow. engaged inside the cordon, and It is tho first day ot January, 1921, of as against tho deficit of assistants. Eighty young men" were enrolled Olga Goorokoff, .ajjed 2?, accord- believed every houso will be systejh IB iB IHhIP In tho caso pf tho Roxbury patient, ing to tho Noue Wiener Journal of matically searched, the raid lasting In eight weeks short course in agri$2,320,102.44 Inherited by tho Re- culture which is being given by the k publican administration. By deduct tho anesthetic could1 not bo admin- Vienna is theiiew "Egerla" and is al- several days. ing the deficit on J miliary l, l'JZi, istered in tho usual way, by Inhala leged to be ono of Lenin's closest ad- - -- Hundreds of soldiers aro 'taking State Collcgo of Agriculture at the from tho deficit on January G, 1920, tion, because of a nasal obstruction. visors. It is told of her that she eoes part. and field kitchens aro provld- - close ot the enrollment, according to lljfem wlth to0& A G per cent portion ot ether In a Into trances, sees visions of Bolsho-l,n- B an announcement "1 found after one botmade by Dean it will readily bo seen that in the porlod tho Ropubllcan party has been salt solution was introduced Into a vism dominating the world In tho. Thomas Cooper. The list of those tle of Cardui I was imSHIP CIRCLES GLOBE taking the course Includes 63 in chargo of tho state's affairs thero vein at tho elbow by moans of a gold near futuro and preaches war against proving," adds .Mrs. men who are receiving the work has boon an actual reduction in the noodle connected with a tube, which England in Asia as tho right moans Crosswhite. "Six bot-- " San Francisco, Jan. 13. The West by the cooperation of the state Y. M. in turn connected with a reservoir of of breaking tho power of the British state's Indebtedness of $360,132.13. Kasson, first United States stream C. A., and the state college, threo fed1 lies of Cardui and the fluid. Sleep having boen induc- Hon. Further Having Promised. freighter to circle the globo Is back eral board students and 14 regular was cured, yes, I can say my Judgment, this Is a romark- ed within ten minutes, the cerebro"In in port. It traveled 30,000 miles short course students, one of the fedthey were a God-sen- d to ablo showing, In vlow of tho fact that spinal fluid was then removed from BOMB PLOT NEWS carried between various ports 16,-0- eral board students Is from West six months the Repub- tho patient's system to allow the opTO FEDERAL AGENTS nd me. I believe I would for tho first tons of cargo. Virginia another from Indiana and lican party was In power it was work eration. In duo time tho patient rehave died , had it not been plan ot expendi- covered consciousness. the other from Kentucky. New York, Jan. 14. Whllo fresh ing under tho old SPOON BLUFFS THIEF. for Cardui." Cardui has Tho intravonous method, cordons of pollco continued tonight tures, whon nothing could bo saved, been found beneficial in there was no of producing anesthesia has beqn In to guard public buildings, churches, OB In many Instances Now York, Jan. 15. "Behave MILITARY LAW ON many thousands of oilier chock upon tho various departments successful operation for somo time in homes and offices ot prominent men. yourself I' commanded Miss Bertha A. TUG RIVER TO END cases ot womanly trou- -. and institutions of tho stato.. It Paris and a number ot American George F. Lamb, chief of tho local Miller as she Jabbed something shiny Department ot Justlco agents, denied into the ribs ot Michael Amlo, who should also bo .borne in mind that wo cities. bles. If you feel the need Williamson, W. Va., Jan. 16 Milho had received Information ot a sup- had broken Into hnd a legislative session on hand tho of a good, strengthenitary law, proclaimed November 28, her apartment. Amlo posed bomb plot, , first year tho Republicans had chargo NEWSPAPERMAN KILLED kept his hands up until tho police after Mingo County had boon declaring tonic, why not try FALLS SIXTEEN STORIES government, and that this Mr. Lamb said his department was camo. Tho shiny thing was a silver ed In a stato of "Insurrection," by of tho stato Cardui? it may be just taking no interest in the bomb rumor occasioned an oxpenso to tho state Governor Cornwell, will be lifted to what you need. Cleveland, O., Ja.u, 14 Palmer and nono ot tho governmont opera- sj)oon. was of approximately $140,000 which mm morrow, Col. Herman Hall, command borno tho previous year, nor will Slocum, newspapor mnu, theater di- tives was on duty guarding public not BROKE? STAY HOME! ing tho Federal troops here, said tosame havo to bo borno during the rector and publicity agont for theat- buildings and residences. William J. night.' All . 9k present year, and but for this session rical and commercial houses, was in- Blynn, chief of tho Bureau ot InvestiChicago, Jan. 16. Two bandits fVtrt oiuvviiHvtiv lira a m n1a n 1rtr f nug iuuviu uiuiio um ofn tnniani Assembly tho reduc- stantly killed late today when ho gation, Department of Justlco, also hold up Antolne Hanzel, ripped his with tho announcement of trio General that Company of coat lining and toro oft his shoe soles. I, stationed at Borderland, tion of "tho state debt to this dato fell sixteen stories thru an elevator denied he had received-knowledin tho would havo beon at IoobC half a mil shaft in tho. Hauna building under tho supposocLplot. You'ro a fine citizen you aro!" thoy heart of the coalstrlke district, would Asked whetherthero was any or oxclaimed. "Waddye mean, appearing entrain for Camp Sherman at the lion dollars. For the calendar yonr construction horo. IIo was 30 years , . ondlng Decombor 31, 1920, tho gross old. ganization to which the alleged bomb- - on the streets without money?" same tlmo. The work' ot the troops SFATi: DEBT REDUCED maBMHanmmnnHHnBaMn;Ha i I The Louisville al ; ' courier-journ- f If fc) t i and lf ; ii It com-mltt- eo ns I BrOBt-Lltovs- k, - ,,.a, th. J 2,-0- 00 72 war-ravag- 4, ov-c- ry has-bee- Was m Very m Weak m TlkMldfV i . te 1 Cu-bru- -- i al s ! The Woman's Tonic ... 00 d, Druggists ge - mhm TThc Hartford Republican FubUshcd Weekly by HAnTFOUD rillNTINO COMPANY Incorporated . W. S. TINSLKY, Editor nnd lluslncss MnnnRcr. Entered according to law at the Yostofflce, Hartford, Ky., as wall matter of tho second class. Address Tho all communications Hartford Republican. . to NOTICE TO SUBSCnUlERS Subscribers desiring tho paper sent to a now address must glvo tho old J. A. DUKE,V Address In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c C. M. CROWE, por lino, and 8c por lino for each adCommittee. ditional Insertion. m Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards SHERIFF'S SALE. of Thanks, lc por word, and 6c for each head lino and slgnautre, money In advance. By virtue ot Execution No. 1200 Church Notices for services freo, but other advertisements, lc por directed. t,o me, which Issued from tho office of tho Ohio Circuit will Clerk's Anonymous communications Court, in favor of E. P. Barnes and v receive no attention. Bro., against C. M. Cooper, I, or ono of aiy Deputies will, on Monday, tho TELEPHONES :th day ot February 1921, between 59 Farmers Mutual the hours of ono o'clock P. M. and 123 Cumberland two o'clock P. M., at the Court Houso door In Hartford, County of Ohio, JANUARY 21 Kentucky, expose to Public Sale, to FRIDAY tho following tho highest bidder, property (or so much thereof as may On account of running a page ad be necessary to satisfy tho amount of In this Issue, received about 4 hours the Plalntjlt'3 debt, Interest, and before time to go to press, wo were costs, and tho cost of this salo) forced ot leave out quite' a number of articles and to cut this column short. "A certain tract of land In Oh'o County Ky.. hear Goshen Church and Thero seems to bo an ever-read- y being a part of the tract of land Irish question to add to and prolong known as the W.P. Cooper farm: BeEngland's troubles, and, while John ginning ot a corner of the lands of Bull's worry Is nearer her feet, the Dennis Myers and Ed Cooper Sr., and U. S. A., has a question all her own, the Beaver Dam and McIIenry road; tho further away, tho Japanese ques- thence In an easterly course with the tion seems to be no less over present line between the lands of said Ed In some form or other. Cooper Sr.; and the old W. P. Cooper farm, 80 pole3 to the corner of the Times seem a bit "squally" and lands of said Ed Cooper and Albert most everything out of Joint, but the Chinn; thence a northerly course best way to get by is to keep plug-eln- g with said Chinn's lino 40 poles to a away. The fellow who throws stone; thence a westerly course parup his hands and" stops In tho wake allel with the first line 80 poles to of the van Is certain to be trampled the McHenry and Beaver Dam pubupon and crushed by those who keep lic road; thence a southerly course moving on the course. Let's not quit, 40 po't;3 to the beginning, containing keep fighting on the trail, perhaps 20 asies more or less, and being a next year wo can look back and talk part oC the same land conveyed to about tho rough places we passed In grantor J. B. Stevens and wife as 1921. Somewhere out yonder nor- shown by deed recorded In deed book malcy Is to be reached. Let's keep No. 31 page 45, Ohio County Court going. Clerk's office, known as the property of C. M. Cooper, levied upon asthe MILLION, FIRST YEAR'S property of C. M. Cooper. COST OF PROHIBITION TERMS: Sale will be made on a credit of six months, bond with apWashington, Jan. 1.4. Treasury proved security required, bearing Inofficials estimate that the first year terest at the rate of six per cent per of prohibition has cost annum from day of sale, and having National and State combined, tho force and effect of a Sale bond, more than $1,000,000,000. This in- this the Wth day of January 1921. cludes loss In saloon licenses and speS. A. BRATCHER, cial taxes. Sheriff Ohio County. Directly, tho National I'ovornment IRIS RENDE, D. S. In lias been set back 52S0,O(i0,00 loss of revenue and the cost of "enNOTICE TO CREDITORS forcing" tho Volstead law, according to official figures. Enforcement costs All persons having claims against 55,400,000 but with the present organization it will rise to $7,200,000 the estate of J B. Swain, deceased, are hereby notified to present the the ensuing jcar. Penalties for violation of the same to mo, properly proven on or be fore March 1, 1921 or they will law have approximated $2,220,000 to-w- lt: Carter was ready at all times to assist In ndvanclng the Interests of his lodgo, church and community, inero-for- o bo It That Hartford Lodge Resolved: No. G7G has lost a truo and faithful member, his family a dovoted husband and fathor and tho community an honored and useful cltlzon. Resolved, That wo extend to tho family our heartfelt sympathy and commend them to HIM who nlono can comfort them In this, their hour nt linronvnmnnt. JlesolvcdThat a copy of thesa resolutions bo sent to his family and a copy spread upon the record book of our lodge. This January 11th, 1921. ALBERT RIAL, , and Ford Heirs S. 1 W. 102 to n stono thonco S. 89 E. 112 poles to tho beginning containing ono hundred and thirty (130) ncres moro or less and bolng samo land convoyed to said E. G Hunley by Win, T. Rold April 23, 1856 nnd being recorded In deed book "R" page No. 19, Ohio County Clerk's office, to which reforenco may bo had. Excepting out of said boundary, howover, tho following boundary: "beginning ni a siono corner wiiu E. Williams and C. G. Taylor and A. L. Bennett; thenco North ono degree V. OK nnlna fn n Rtnlin In rtannPtt'S liner thenco North 89 degrees West 66 poles to n stono; thence South ono degreo West 95 poles to n stono; thonco South 89 degrees East 6G poles to tho beginning containing 39 acres moro or less, ana oeing me samu Innil xnnvnvnH fn J. Tt. Ttllnlnv 1)V T. E. Hunley on March 18th, 1908 and recorded in uook jno. jo, page Jja, Ohio County Court Clerk's office." Tim onnnnrl trnrt nritornil sold Is bounded and described as follows: "Located and situatcu in unio Countv. Kentucky, on tho Hartford and Paradise road. Beginning nt a stone, corner with E. Williams ami C. G. Taylor and A. u. uenneu; ifinnrn North nnn ilrirren E. 95 Doles to a stono In Bennett's lino; thenco North 89 degrees wcsi oo poies iu a stono; thenco South ono degreo thnnCO TOoot OR nnlna in n nt nnn! South 89 degrees East 66 poles to tho beginning containing o acres muiu m Ineo nnrl halncr ihn anmn lnn.fl COn- veyed to J. H. Hunley by T. E. Hun ley on March is, l'jus ana recoruuu In Book No. 36, page 329, Ohio County Clerks office. .AH coal and mineral underlying all tho above described tracts of land together with all rights anu privi- lorraa oa la nrnvfrinrl In Tlpnrl nf DatG October 14, 1896, from E. G. Hunley, etc., to Siniin tt oru, 01 recoru iu nunii nnnk. 19 nt nnco 395 aro here by reserved as provided in said deed. Tho purcnaser win oe require n AvAdiito fmYirla nnvnhln In pnnnl In- .tnllmrttila In av nnfl tWplvn TnnntllS. bearing Interest at the rate of 6 per annum ironi aaio umu ijhiu, uiu bonds to have the force and effect of a Judgment, and a lien will be retained on tho property sold to further secure the payment of said bonds. Given under my hand this the 19 day of January, 1921. OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C. Barnes & Smith, Attornoys. I Sale! Reduction Sale! Clearance Sale! Removal Sale! Pre-Invento- ry NO! NO! NO! either of the above, but we are offering you merchandise as cheap as you can buy elsewhere considering the quality of the merchandise. . We have just bought New Merthat enables us to chandise at New Prices-price- s offer you your merchandise very, very low. You will profit by visiting us before making your purchase. I We are not having a sale such as I Vl I I AfcElroij "e VYl Sloan's IBk ;N. J. rf$ Shoes iy l fij w i aAfcElroTj i 1 v4 vM I Sloan's V"ct,n 7l S few ) SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of execution No. 120S, directed to me which Issued from the Clerk's o'.'ice of ihe Ohio Circuit Court, in favor of Aimnda Gibson vs. . Herbert iilbson,I, or one of my deputies will, on M'inday, the 7th rtiv of Februiry 1921, between the nours of l: 11 o clerk P. M., and 4 00 i M., at the court house door In Hartford, Ohio County, JCentucky expose to sale, to the highest bidder, the following property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, Interest and cost, and the cost of this salo, "Two lots of ground In the town of Hayti, Ohio County, Kentucky, shown and designated on the plat of said town on fllo In tho office of the County Court Clerk, as lots Nos.-3and fronting on the South and 210 feet on Lewallen Street, bounded on the East by No. 34 or the Boundary Eldson lot, and on the North by a line running S. 70 W. 210 feet to the corner of No. 32; thence with a lino thereof S. 165 feet to someLewallen Street, containing thing over one acre moro or less, being the same property conveyed to the defendant, W. Herbert Gibson by C. H. Tinsley, and wife, by deed of date February 18, 1907, and of record in Deed book No. 29, page 324, Ohio County Court Clerk's office." Which said real estate has been levied upon as the property ot W. Herbert Gibson. Said salo will be Bond made on a credit of security required, with approved bearing interest at the rate of 6 per cent per annum from tho day of salo and having the forco and effect of a sale bond. hand this tho 14 th day Wltness-mof January ,1921. S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff, Ohio County. By FRAN KTICHENOR, D. S. to-w- lt: 3 m4KLM J 'A-J- - XXL WTO! ifnriicr's ' 1111 U WxZrJcP I 7a3t-Pf(crsct- 33, bo ACTON BROS. Special Cash Prices This Week Only $11.50 1 barrel good Flour can pure hog Lard 8.75 1 05 10 pounds Navy Beans 1.00 10 pounds Butter Beans 1.70 1 dozen large cans Tomatoes. 1.75 1 dozen cans E. June Peas . . 1.15 1 dozen Cans Sugar Corn U, S. CARSON, 1.35 10 pounds good Coffee Admr. of J. B. Swain, deceased, 10 pounds good P. B. Coffee . . 2.00 29t3 10 pounds best P. B. Coffee . . 3.00 Hartford, Ky. m 75 10 bars P & G Soap 50 MASTER COMMISSIONERS SALE. 10 bars Toilet Soap Wo pay highest market price for Ohio Circuit Court. eggs. Brent Hunley, et al., Plaintiffs. ys. Notice. May Hunley, et al., Defendants. -- RESOLUTIONS. -- ' .f . By virtue of a Judgment and order Tho iodgo was this day called in of salo entered In the above tyled acNovember term 1920, of SPECIAL COMMUNICATION to pay tion at thentvlnri rniirt. directing mO brother, Al- - tho nl.nvn tho last respects to our 'as commissioner of said court to sell irod Jamci Carter, who died January tho hereinafter aescriueu reai esiaio for tho purpose of first paying the tho 10th, 1921. toCarter became a member cost of the above styled action, and Brother G75 on Sept. gether with the cost of this sale of Hartford Lodge No. dividing tho proceeds among the par-I- p 4th, 1893, when he was elected to nntitied thereto, as their Inter membership on Domlt from Herml-tajj- o ests may appear, I will offer for sale Lodgo No. 356, of the State of at public outcry 10 me nigaes. au the court house door bidder Illinois, and ha9 remained In good bestunrtfnrH atKnntuckv. on Monday. in been a faithful member February 7th, 1921 (It being the first standing and day of tho regular term oi me umu of this lodge slnco that date. ot one In his death tho lodgo has lost a County Court) at tho hour of six and P M nnnn a credit "highly esteemed member and tho ; twelve months tho following describ community a citizen whose dally llfo ed property vu: exalted principles of true manhood I "Lying and being sltuato In Ohio aim County Ky on tno and true Masonry. bounded Although quiet, dignified and unas- Paradise public roads andtwo black as follows: Beginning at suming, ho was ever diligent in tho oaks corner with E. Williams and C. good and progressive movoments of G. Taylor and A. L. Bennett; thenco Tils community, and his useful and N. 1 E. 204 poles to a sweet gum corner to Sam Bennett land in M. H. unselfish life will bo an Neal's lino N. memory In his com Neal's lino; thonco awith monument to his black oak on tho 89 W. 94 poles to munity and with thoso who knew him. wont Mn nf said road: thence S. 1 And as It has pleased the Almighty ,W. 102 poles to a stono corner with ruuu; iuohio on w. God In His Inflnito wisdom to call 'with i'. uraves N. 89sum 18 poles and W. his lino Lodge on rom labor on earth to that 6 links to a atone in a email drain a Jllgh, our beloved brother, Alfred corner to Jubllleo ( No. 99) School James Carter, and whereas brother Houso lot, thence with a Hue of same n, .... .... to J. B. Indebted All persons Swain and C. M. Swain, formally doing business as blacksmiths at Ky., under the firm name of Swain & Swain, either by note or account, aro requested to call and pay said indebtedness at onco, for the purpose of settling said partnership business. This Janaury 10, 1921. forever barred. y i NOTICE IN BANKRUPTCY. In tho District Court of tho United' States for tho Western District of Ky. In tho matter ot William A. Vaughf. a Bankrupt. On this 11th day ot January A. D., " HOSIERY TO thousands of discriminatine women absolute satisfaction has been summed up in one number TRUE SHAPE No. 564. If you haven't worn TRUE SHAPE No. 564, ask us to show you these stocking and then please take note of these features: FIRST, you will be lmpreed with Its beautiful !lky texture 'cross-stitch- ovor-endurl- ng the aforesaid bankrupt for discharge, filed on the 10th day ot January .A. D., 1921, It Is ordered by tho court that a hearing bo had upon the same on the 26th day of February A.D., 1921, before said court nt Louisville, In said district at 10 o'ciock in we. forenoon, or as near thereto as prac- -. ticable, and that nonce mereo. u published one time In the Hartford Republican, a newspaper printed In said district, and that all known creditors and other persons in Interest may appear at said time and place nnd show cause, If any they have, why tho prayer ot said potltloner should not bo granted. WITNESS tho Honorable Walter Evans, Judge of said Court, and tho seal thereof, at Owensboro, in said district, on the 11th day ot January, A. D. 1921. A. G. RONALD, Clerk, M. E. DUNN, D. C. 1921, on considering tho petition of then note the patented "crotntitch" in the prter top ." which prevents runs. And while you're examining the note the flare top, which makes the stocking so 'comfy" where it is often tight and binding. Now loot at foot. Its shaped and fashioned leg, the narrow, dose-fittiAnd the heels and toes xe four-pl- y yam. Well just Buy one pair, and then see how easy it will be to always remember TRUE SHAPE No. 564. BEAVER DAM COAL COMPANY (Incorporated) McHENRY, and TAYLOR MINES, KY. I ibdlit ff- 4 M A Mr. J. C. RIloy, president of tho Citizens' Dank made a business trip to Owcnsboro Wednesday. TAFFY. Tho remains of Jesse Crowo passed thru hero Monday, enrouto .to Ada-.bur- ARE YOU ATTENDING FAIR'S BIG JANUARY e g, Clearing Sale If not you are misusing your time and losing some rare bargains. Your neighbors are wise they have been why not you? Only four more days remain. Listen, won't you. You can buy 35c Apron Gingham for 25c Heavy Domestic for .) 45c Dress Ginghams for 50c Hope Bleach for Percals for 50c yard-wid- e . $30.00 Dresses $40.00 Cloaks $30.00 Cloaks $25.00 Cloaks -- 17c 12Vc '. y 29c 17c .. .29c $19.95 $28.00 $23.00 $19.95 ETC., ETC., ETC. A ten per cent reduction throughout our entire house, ' whoro tho body was burled by his fraternal brothers tho W. O. W. A monument will bo erected at jm early date Quito a nuinbor of friends witnessed the sad scono of the burial of tho young soldier, who gavo up Mrs. C. J. Grey, who had been his llfo shortly after reaching foreign making hor mother, Mrs. D. A. fiolds. Ho was tho first of our own Thomas and Mr. Thomas, of Route County boys to bo sent home for 2, an extended visit, returned to her homo In Now York, Tuesday. Messrs. W. C. and Elvis Funk have purchased n lot of timber from M. O. Wo will sell you a new Wagon, Funk and will begin sawing ties tocompleto slzo for $125.00 or day. shoo your horso for $1.50. Clarenco Patton,""Wlfo and children, spent Sunday with Ishmacl Bartlett A. B. ROW & SON, Contertown, Ky. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira D. Funk attendMiss Gladys Bonnott, daughter of ed tho funeral of their llttlo nephew, Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Bennett, has ac- J. B. Stinnett, of Knotsvllle, who cepted tho position of bookkeeper died Saturday night nnd was burled with Bond Bros., in their Louisville In tho Catholic Cemetery Sunday afternoon. Tho llttlo fellow was four office. years old, and was taken with diph- Romomber your account with thorla Saturday morning and departWILLIAMS & DUKE is now duo and ed his short life ere another day wo would appreciate it if you would dawned. come in at onco and settlo same. Llttlo Miss Beulah Gaines spent Sunday with Miss Ella Stewart. WILLIAMS & DUKE. School will closo here Friday night COAL FOR SALE Plenty of clean, with an exhibition. screened coal for sale at 10 cents por bu at tho Howard Old Mine, on the NOTICE TO TEACHERS Coal Bank Hollow Road. 27t2 C. F. WHITMAN. The Sixth State installment for teachers Salary has not yet arrived, Mrs. Stevo Ellis received a message however, there are sufficient funds at 1 a. m yesterday, stating that her to pay the teachers for their entire brother, Mr. Rufus Leo, who resides torm. Please send In your annual reIn St. Louis, Mo., was In a dying ports early after your school closes condition and could live only a few and you will be paid in full for your hours. work. E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. W. Arbin TIchenor has accepted o a position as traveling salesman with SHERIFFS SALE the R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Mr. TIchenor left Wednesday for Evans-vlll- e, Ind., whero his headquarters For Slate, County, School nnd State Road Tax for 1020. will be. ! al. Tho "Tom Thumb Wedding" staged at tho Collcga Auditorium last Friday night by tho llttlo folks, under auspices of tho Christ an Church was a marked success. We Are Meeting The Demands For Lower Prices and we'd like to prove to you hor much value "Old Man Dollar" has If at our store. Here some of our j prices: A i Men's best Overalls, $2.00 Men's best Work Shirt, $1.25 Men's Stronger Than the Law work Shoes $5.Gtf Good quality Shirting, 20c per yard. Best quality Shirting, 25c per yard Regular 25c Dress Ginghams, now 20c per yard! Regular 35c Dress Ginghams, now 25c per yard Regular 40c Dress Ginghams, now 30c per yard Dark Outing Cloth, regular price 35c, now 25cr Light Outing Cloth, regular price 30c, now 20e ts We want to give ourfpafrons pre-wa- r these prices, so now is the opportunity to get what you have been looking for. THAT'S ALL. !&&&& The Hartford FRIDAY. Misses Muriel Wilson and Mae Smith, two of Hartford's prominent teachers will enter the Western Kentucky Normal School at Bowling Green, as students,-th- o first of next month. Republican JANUARY 21 Roy Ward Taylor, of Roslne, was in town Wednesday, on business. Mr. J. T. Whitohouse, of Route 2, Narrows, was PERSONAL NEWS AND SOCIAL EVENTS Tho Owensboro Wagons can bo bad Intown yesterday. Mr. J. N. Logsdon"and Hon. L. L. Embrey, of Rosino, wore in town Monday. at Wq have field fenco, rabbit and poultry fenco, and barbod'wlro fenqs, Mr. Leonard Wallace, of Roslne, town Monday. W. E. ELLIS & ACTON MHOS. "was In BRO. , Mrs. J. D. Holbrook and daughter, For Cook Stoves and ranges at a Miss Wlnnio D. Westorflold, wore In ACTON BROS. bargain seo Owensboro yesterday, is shopping. Prof. J .W. Kirk, of Sunnydale, was hero Saturday on business. and poultry. Mrs. Maria Snodgrass, 111., of Colfax, visiting her parents, Mr. and McCoy, of near Hartford. paid for eggs Mrs. J. P. Hlghest Cash Prices W. B. ELLIS & a- - Big Minstrel, loCOMING SOON cal talent," under auspices of Parent-TeachAssociation. Watch for date Mrs. Z.-Shultz Is spondlng tho week with friends and relatives In and further particulars. Owensboro. County Judge Mack Cook went to Dawson Springs Tuosday to spend a Mrs. M. L. Ileavrln Is visiting tho family of Dr. and Mrs C. M. Hoavrin fow days. Judge Cook Is suffering from an attack of rheumatism. of Hawesvlllc. PRO. er JK- - 4- - Mr. and Mrs. Timor Westertiold, See ACTON BROS., Special Prico sd on local page. They havo some of Route No. 2, are tho parents of a baby-girl,- " born the 18th. Inst. Tho pro-wprices. little lady has'beon christened Rosa Soo us for all kinds of grass and Nell. field seeds. Quality first. When in need of mattresses, matW. E. ELLIS & BRO. tings, rugs, beds, dressers, tables, Grnco, llttlo daughter of Mr. and. chairs, kitchen cabinets or anything t Mrs. J. P. McCoy, has a rather serious in the furnlturo line seo ACTON BROS. case of pneumonia. ar SALESMEN WANTED to solicit Misses Wlnnio and Muriel Wilson visitors of Mr. and orders for lubricating oils, greases wero tho week-en- d Mrs. Cyrus Tlchonor, of Pt. Pleasant. and paints. Salary or Commission. Address LINCOLN OIL CO., Clove-lan- d, O. of the Mr. J. H. Thomas, Editor Argus, Contral City, was in Hartford Messrs. V. L. Fulkerson of Harta fow hours Sunday, calling on ford, and Ray Fulkerson, of Klrtley, friends. visited their sister, Mrs. Bessie Blnk-le- y, of Uniontown, Monday and TuesR. R. Riley, Cashier of tho CitiTIche- day of this week. zens' Bank and Jailer Worth nor, raado a business trip to OwonsThe second quarterly meeting and boro Tuesday. conforonco for the conference year, Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Carden, of Nar- Nocroek Circuit, M. E. Church, was Monday and rows, aro making an extended visit held at Washington with Mr. and Mrs. John Carden, of Tuosday of this week. this placo. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Iglboart are the Will recipients of a visit from the Stork, WANTED An automobllo. ocre farm with horse, a baby girl being left in thotr homo trade 18 cow, barn and house, located at Be-d- a, early, Monday morning. The little Ky. What havo you? D. H. girl, Norman Page Is hor name, is Mills, 1301 friplett St., Owonsboro, not doing extra well, being rather 30t3 frail and weak. Home' phone 240. LOST One bundle, containing 2 Gingham houso dresses, 1 pair of silk hoso and other apparel for ladles, on road between Beaver Dam Planing Mill and Sowdors property on Hartford road. Return to Beaver Dam Planing Mill or to this office and No. 1 East Hartford. reward for trouble. By whom listed No. acres amt. tax $ 10.75 Gaddis, Munt, 20 a Mr. Webber Clark, a student of K. Gaiiilis, Oscar, 25 a ....,-- . 13.94 S. U who recently recovered from a Hlnes, Virginia, 40 a 2.74 severe caso of pneumonia, spent a fev Sheriff, J. R., 75 a 12.3S days here this week, with frlendsand Tyro, R. E 1 town lot.... 4.36 Mr. Clark left here yesrelatives. Bcda No. 3. terday for tho homo of his father, Mr. Funk, T. E 35 a C.60 J. h Clark, of near Rockport, whore Hoover, C. C, 50 a 16.19 he will spend some time. 5app, J.- - II., 16 a 5.76 Sulphuni' Springs No. 4. Arnold, Frank.2S a 10.90 arred Rock 14.34 red to Lay and Weigh Chappoll, J. D., 40 a Hi'nton, Willie, 123 a 25.95- Kessinger, Mrs. Amanda 10 a 3.79 I. am in better position to please 8.76 my customers than over before. For Lewis, M. C, 16 a . .' 18.54 twenty years I havo culled and mat- Wright, J. W., 88 a 18.50 ed until I now have a yard of Barred Wright, James, 124 a Whobrey, Mrs. Mary E., 114 a 29.12 Rocks that is tho peer of any. This yoar I havo mated my fine Magnn No. 5 cock that produced such fine birds Babbitt, J. W., 27 a 10.98 last year as a cockerel, with tho best Brown, Rebecca, 95 a' . . . . 14.91 hens nnd pullets and am ready to fur- Brown, Mrs. Myrtle, llla,.-.- ' 15.13 nish eggs at ?3.00 for 15 or ?5.00 Clark, J. R., 20 a ......,.,10.94' for 30. Evans, C. D., 74 acres . 3vr 20.07 I have also mated three extra hea- Neighbors, Phillips P., 1 a , . ' 5.28 e vy and finely barred cock- Sutton, Mrs. M. E.,(45 a .'. i . 4.83 erels with a choice lot of hens and CroimveU No. O pullets and am ready to furnish eggs Johnson, W. C, 2 a 5.08 . 11.52 at $1.50 for 15. Westerfield, A. J., 75 a Eggs for incubator for 100, prices Cool Springs No. 7. 30tt Raymer, G. H 90 a 14.32 on application. 47.56 JNO. B. WILSON, Taylor, R.W., 1J7 a Hartford, Ky. No. 8 N. Rockport I 8.54 Dawson, Jerry, 1 town lot . . RETURN BOOKS. 7.15 English, Mont, 1 town lot.. . . Teachers or any one having in their Fulkerson, A. L., 1 town left. 11.02 9.42 possession books belonging to the Tllford, Fred, 1 town lot . . No. O S. Rockport Teachers' Library, please return them lmedlately after the time limit ex- Bullock, Charlie, 1 town lot. 5.08 5.18 pires. The Library Commltee is or- Chlnn, Mrs. Guy, 20 a 22.52 dering now books and making ready Graves, Will, 100 a 12.17 to label and number the entire libra- Heck, Ed., 5 a 6.78 ry anew. Tho Library record Bhows Her, Mrs. R. P., 1 town lot. . about two hundred volumes out at Maddox, Mrs. Clndrella, 22 a 10.07 present, some having been out several Smith, Hardin, 82 a 9.65 6.70 monthB. Tllford, Owen, 1 town lot.. 9.39 E. S. HOWARD, S. S. O. C. Taylor, Oscar, 4 a m 15.32 Zachary, Jno., 5 a CARD OF THANKS. ' Selects No. 10. The wlto and children of L. W. Butler, A. F., 150 a 32.90 Hunt wish to thank the good old Daugberty, J. C, 41 a 7.50 Soldiers and good friends and neigh- Flener, Mrs. Florenco, 25 a. . 3.78 bors of Fordsvllle and Sunnydale, for Havens, H. D., 9 a 4.36 their kindness and assistance during James, Ernest, 22 a 6.45 tho illness and death of our dear Horso Branch No. 11 husband and father. 16.40 Arnold, Ira, 61a mm 13.72 Cooper, G. W., 49 a YOUTH GETS LIFE FOR 16.17 DEATH Underhlll, Wm., 69 a SWEETHEART'S 13.41 Wilson, Tom, 25 a Roslne No. 12 St. Louis, Jan. 18 Albort Ellis, 7.84 21, charged with first degroo murder Brown, T. H., 30 a 5.69 sweet- Carter, A. C, 6 a for the death of his .former 17.25 heart, Edna Ellis, 18 was found guil- Frizzell, Labo H., 80 a 5.05 ty by a Jury In Circuit Court tonight Goodwine, J. H., 26 a 1.68 and his punishment fixed at life, im- Schroader, Mrs. VWula, IOji. The body of the girl, Stewart, Miss Sarah, 130 a. . 14.01 prisonment. 26.43 tho throat cut, was found In a vacant Taylor, W. C, 100 a S No. 14 "W. Beuer Dam November 5 lot near her home here Hudson, M. D., 3 town lots, . 25.15 last. Notice Is hereby given that I, or one of my deputies, will on Monday, February 7th, 1921, between tho hours of 10 o'clock a. m., and 2 o'clock p. m., at tho Court House door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, expose to public sale for cash In Jiand, the following described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary t6 pay Statfe, county, and school tax, duo thereon and unpaid, and tho Interest, penalty and , costs thereon: Carson . Kelly, Ed. F., 1 town lot Robinson, J. J., 1 town lot . . McHcnry No. 15 Likens, Mary C, 18a Young, J. B. 85 a No. 10. Centcrtown Combs, G. W., 6 acres Sinulllious No. 17. a Balton, Herman L., 6 E. Forilsvillc, No. 18 Allgood, J. D. CO a Ferry, Nelson, 1 town lot . vj Hani, H. P., 2 town lots Harris, A. J., 53 a "W. Fordsvllle, No. 10. . Blckett, Nat, 64 Evans, T. A., 70. a Mason, J. H. (deed.) 1 town (L Co, Miller, J. L., 41 acres IS.ix Additional No. 35. Burden F., No. 6, 30 T.SK. Ky. Oil Refining Co., M. J. Copeland, Agt. No. 1, 159 i a lease 279JfG Ford, Jas W., No. 19, 1 T. lot 22.1 Guenther, Mary, No. 20, 150" acres X2.ie Joslyn & Perry, No. 16, 2 town lots ,. I.SS. Karnes, R., No. 25, 69 a . . 20.20-Smith- , E. P Col., No. .24 27 acres ,... ...... t . 3.T27 Hartford, Kentucky. ... 6.90 12.36 3.07 29.93 4.95 6.10 13.38 ..... a.... .... ... B .... 541 14.04 8.05 31 lot Pierce,. W. R., 1 town lot. . . Roberts, Mrs. Frank, 100 a and 1 town lot Shrcvo No. 21 Basham, Payton, 63 a Key, D. S 30 a Roan, L. O., 72 a Olaton No. 23 Miller, Mrs. Mary Z.,50 a.. Payton, L'Ida, B..48 a Buford No. 23 Dawson, L. J., 100 a Mayfleld, Jas., 61a Miller, L. R 50 a . Bnrtletts No. 24. Mary E. Hohelmer, "Mrs. (deed.) 50 a ., (Ivy) Keown, Mrs. Jno.-W80 acres f mith ,0. D., 1 town lot Smith, E. K., 64 a Hcflln No. 25 Crowe, M. W., 73 a HIggs, W. A., 103 a RiggsMrs. Mary, 209 a Taylor, J. E., 108 a Tucker, Rowan, 50 a Cerolvo No. 26 Landrum, S. I., 73 a . Narrows No. 28 Gentry, Ben, 81a Wlllett, J. E 122 a Ralph No. 20 Coleman, E. M., 75 a Farmer, Mrs. Nancy, 70 a MIdklff, Clarence, 16 a Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 15 a. Royal, J: H 3.9 a Herbert No. 31 Haynes, Jno. II., 130 a Hosklns, Henry, 40 a Arnold No. 82. Hill, Bill, 30 a ;. Renfrow, Jas., 50 a Taylor, G. D., 14 a Render No. 33 Ponter, Alvin, 1 town lot Simmons No. 31. Mrs. A. James, 1 town lot . . ' 17.11 Crowe, Harlan, No. 32, 39" acres 16.88 Duke, Wm. V., No. 12, 90 acres '. 2.92 '7.21 Duke, D. B No. 12, 15 a. . Davis, Joshua, No. 1, 195 a. . 20.94 Embry, Lawson, .No. 11, 1 Itown 5.12: 14.52: ZZ&. 14LSX. .... lot '. EJS- - well-mad- ... 9.44 Evans, Wm., heirs, No. 32. 10 a 11.38 14.11 Foglo, Alva, No. 34, 1 T. lot Ferguson, Mrs. Maggie, No. 11, 1 town lot 11.45 " 5.18 Head, B. J. & Marksbcrry H., No. 2, 270 7Ja , TX& X.7 13.8US2r 3LC& SJU a ..;.... ... .... 24.20 Howard, E. L., Mrs., No. 26 50 acres 16.64 10.63 Johnson, Mrs. Sarah E., No. 18, 84 a ; Lindsay, Mrs. Idellar, No: 10, 50 a 9.69 Moorman, Vinnle, (Col.) No. 1, 1 town lec 7.44 5.76 Madon, Garfield No. 32,50a 19.46 Raymond, Marshall W. No. 18 100a No. 2, 1 town 24.20 Ross, Richard, lot 64.16 C. II., No. 23, 65 24.78 Tlchenot, acres k 15.35 & Rachall 18.49 Thomas, Emser Mitchell, (col,) No. 23, 20 acres , 28.78 Taylor, H. ENo.l3 70 a. No. 32 100 17.13 Williams, A. C, . acres 18.87 Wallac9. S. F and wife, No. 3, 105 " 5.XK, ? T" 5.EX .... - 12.fifc U Z&JSSt - S.Z7 35L lOiRr .... ... .... .... .... ... ... .... ... 23.15 T No. 17, 60 a USaec 6.12 Withrow, Jno. Colored. 5.08 6.87 Carson, Render, No. 13, 1 a. . . JEE' 4.65 Chlnn, Horace, No. 13, 1 T.S&town lot SJSTT 1 T. lot 17.21 Colllns, A. T., No. 1, 7.17 Ford, Gus, No. 1, 1 town lot S13EU Shultz, Rachel, 4 a 2.84 Paynes, Jno. W. No 24, 10 a lO.Mi 7.30 Nail, Mrs. Bell, No. 2, 1 town 2.4K. 6.58 lot Thomas, A. E No. 13, 1 town S6fci lqt 6.68 S. A. BRATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. 5.87 V a S.r 1J V most petit Jurors, compared to nn average SMALLPOX AGAIN "SENATOR WILLIS over of $1,974.50 for tho Stato and $129.- GROWS SERIOUS heat LAUDS HARDING 50 for all Jurors, compared to on av erage of $2,457.20 for tho State. Tho courts of this district collect- Stato Board of Ilenlth Kinplinslzos Declares Next President Will lie Ills Necessity of Universal Own Mauler At All ed and roportcd In fines and forVaccination. avcrago of $3,559 to tho Time. feitures an -- county, compared to nn averngo of Everyone In Kentucky who has not Mow York, Jan. 15. "President?3,109 for tho whole Stato although recently should elect Harding will not bo controlled Hopkins Is tho only largo county In been vaccinated havo this attended to Immediately, FORDSVILLE. j figment of a po- tho district. by that nonexistent Sonato oliGrand Juries are limited to a week tho Stato Board of Health urges In a litical brain, the Hartford. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. ' garchy and no Individual, faction, unless tho time Is extended, but tho Bulletin Just Issued on smallpox, as 1st Monday In March 11 days Clerk Olla Cobb. this disease has again appeared In cllquo or ring can sponk lor him," Fourth District counties wero among Cotn'th. and Civil. widely-separatPolico Judge O. P. Kesslnger. districts declared Frank B. Willis, who has tho lowest In the cost of grnnd Juries. several 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. throughout tho State. m a Marshal Grant Pollard. beon appointed Senator from Ohio, Monday In July 12 days 1st In omphaslzlng tho need of vacci, Tho foreman entered tho editorial speaking tonight at tho 35th annual WISCONSIN TOWN Com'th. and Civil. nation attention Is called by tho Bul- sanctum. Ho was surprised to find 3d Monday In September 12 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAfr dinner of the Ohio Society of Now SCOKFS A1 REFORM letin to tho ens6 with which small- tho editor's faco badly bruised. FOR PRESENT YEAR York.Senator Atleo Pomerene sat at Civil. pox can spread In a community from "Had a fall downstairs?" asked tho 4th Monday In November 12 days tho speakers' table. Hurley, Wis., Jan. 15. "Tho wetCounty Board of Education Paying tribute to Mr. Harding as test town In tho United States" re- ono person who has the dlsoaso If foreman. E. 8. t Com'th. and Civil. "No, It's our account of tho Jones-Smit- h "tho peer of any of tho six Presi- tains its title despito n "dry cleaning" his case Is of the mild kind which Howard, 8. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. djies not confino him to his bod. "Such wedding, which ought to read, dents Ohio gave to tho nation," Mr. recently by prohibition officials. Dlv. No. 1 R. "XT Owen, Hartford, a case," tne Bulletin adds, "Is llko a 'Miss Smith's dimpled, shining faco Moes first Monday In each month. Willis, who will succeed tho President fode'ral agents took two dray Fifty Routo 6. spark In tinder and usually means formed a pleasant contrast with Mr. Judge Mack Cook. elect In the Senate, said: ' loads of "hootch" away and announc an epidemic."' Dlv. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvllle Jones' strong, bold physiognomy.' County AU'y. A. D. Kirk. "I am not his mouthpiece, nor will ed that it was 'thoroughly dried." Tho Bulletin also calls attention "And this Is how It reads, 'Miss Clerk W. C. Blankcnshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow. Dun any other man have that honor. His But liquor passes over the bars of to tho fact that there is n statuto Smith's pimpled, skinny faco formed Sheriff S. A. Bratcher. acts as a great Ohio President will 38 saloons nightly. dee which makes it unlawful to remain a pleasant contrast with Mr. Jones' Superintendent E. S, Howard. Ho will welspeak for themselves. Tho prohibition agents hnd not left Dlv. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. unvacclnated, and urges health and stony, bald, physiognomy." Jailer Worth Tlchonor. come illuminating information from Irouwood, Mich., across tho river, Dlv. No. 5 Otis Stevens, Boavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner "Send that proofreader to mo at every legltlmato source. To him a with 52 prisoners and evidence before school boards, town trustees and fisDam. Surveyor C. 8. Moxlcy. bricklayer and bank president will Hurley began a "wake" to mourn the cal courts, and corporations and bust-ne- once," ho continued, throwing one people everywhere, to Coroner E. P. Rodgors. bloodstained handkerchief In the Dlv. No. G Nat LIndloy, Center-tow- n. rights; there Is wis- departed. have the same systematically and earnestly In pro wastobasket and searching for a clean dom to be gathered from each. Bottles are tipped, cards aro dealt FISCAL COURT. "But having taken counsel, 03 be- for stakes, shots aro fired and the viding and requiring vaccination for ono. "There's fight left In me, yet." County Bonrd of Examiners: E. 8 respectve JurisdicMoots first Tuesday In April and fits tho chief executive of a country night is made hideous with brawls. all within their Howard, Mrs. Blrdlo Mldklft nn4 October. ALL KINDS OF "PHOBES" never Intended to be a one man coun. A movie director would not have to tions, or in their employ. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira Jones. "Tho business men in many places,' try, the decision will be his." any sets here for scenes In a erect Teachers Instltuto, Sopt. 13th Routo 3. the Bulletin adds, "especially In tho Tho old notion that almost everyLauding the Incoming administra- "bad man" movie. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Beav- 17th. tion as distinctly American, Mr. WilRough frame buildings erected for smaller cities and towns, where faci- body Is a "little off" in some particuer Dam. lis said It will perform "to tho fullest saloons, dance halls and gambling lities for caring for cases of this di lar or other Is confirmed by E. L. EXAMINATIONS sease aro usually inadequate, have Ash, an authority on ncurasthentlcs. 3rd District Q. B. Brown, SImmoni. every International obligation, will co- dives are still in use. operate with all other clvilzed peoCommon School Diploma May 14 Hurley has gone thru the transition suffered, and are continually liable Ho tells U3 that the mnn or woman 4th District O. W. Rowe, nnd 15 at .Hartford, Beaver Data ples to reduce armaments, but it will from lumber camp to mining town. to suffer, incalcuble loss from out- who can't ride backward Is a Fear and discomfort when Gth District W. C. Daughorty.Balze- - and Fordsvlllo.. not surrender American sovereignity The characters about tho bars are breaks which paralyzo trade and town. ." May 21 and 22 County Teachers, to any fprelgn council of nine or nine- - garbed in rough clothes and heavy which can only bo certainly prevent- crash and roll of thunder Is a ed by universal vaccination. person who fears the Oth District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination at Hartford, (Whlto). The boots. The law is ample to secure this, alone in a broad, open space, aro sym- 7th District B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. May 28 and 20 County Teachors Among guests at the dinner wero Robert M. La Follelte, when govand the time has come for its uniform ptoms of "agoraphobia." v Tho person 8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Exnmlnotlon at Hartford, (Colored). Senator-eleRalph H. Cameron, ernor of Wisconsin, sent special ford, Route 5. Juno IS and 19 County and Stato Arizona; Henry W. Taft, Lieut. Gen. agents into Hurley to clean It up af- enforcement, by education and per- who experiences a desire to Jump suasion if rossible, but by legal pro- out a high window is suffering from M. Teachers' Examination at Fordsvllle, TJelson A. Miles and Charles HARTFORD. ter local officials had failed to act. cess where persuasion, kind explana- "claustrophobia." (Whlto). Schwab. Benjamin B. Avery, presiMayor' J. E. Bean. The reform lasted two weeks uno- tions and pleas for the public welfare Juno 25 and 26 County and Statu dent of the society, presided and tho til the agents left. Clerk J. A. Howard. fail." ANOTHER REMARKABLE ALLOY Teachers' Examination nt Hartford, invocation was offered by tho Right "A straight gambler" dominates Police Judge C. M. Crowe. m (Colored). Iteverend William A. Leonard, bishop the town. Marshal E. P. Casebler- .AMERICANIZING HIM. Sopt. 17 and 18 County nnd Stnto Blakmetal is an alloy mainly of of Ohio. And "the men of Hurley laugh as copper and zinc, produced In Italy Teachers' Examination nt Hartford.. . ROCKPORT It was recalled tonight that at last they wait for another "clean up." Kenosha, Wis.t Jan. 15. George while the war was on. It Is said to Chm'n. Board W. G. Ilor. (White). year's dinner of the society,' PresideGalanis, a Greek, said something to be stronger and to have a higher elecSept. 21 and 25 County nhd Stato Clerk N. H. Bratcher. nt-elect Harding was the guest of George Graham, a Scotchman. It was tric limit than steel or any other' me Polico Judge S. L. Fulkerson. Teachers' Examination at Hartford, lionor and the late George W. Perkins BLUE LAWS RAPPED Cfreek He Galanis ar tal. Because it is light, strong and Marshal Ed. J. Bratcher. (Colored). he him, predicted in Introducing BY CHURCH SOCIETY rested. to Graham.him a had n fool,' Ga resistant to corrosion "I called d it is an ex would be the next President of the lanis testified. "That's all right, I cellent material for building air"United States. Washington, Jan. 15. Sunday thought It was something else," said planes. It resists high temperatures blue laws are described as encroachGraham. 'Two dollars and costs," mell, may be cast, turned, drawn, ment of civil power into the spiritual said the Judge. rolled, stamped or forged. I realm in a memorial adopted by the o general conference committee of Sev- RADICALS SEEK TO SPLIT For Infants and Children MOTOR AIDS EGG HATCHING enth 6ay Adventlsts made public toFARMERS,- - LEGION SAYS In Use For Over Years day at its headquarters here. OppoAJ3ritIsh experimenter has tried Always bears FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE sition to all Sunday laws is declared, Clay Center, Neb. Jan. 16 Charg- uplng motor power to turn eggs freDissolved in water for douches stop th 3 . J ft particularly to proposed federal en- ing that pelvic catarrh, ulceration and inflamLeague organi- quently during the process of IncuSignature SjvX.t v is actments. mation.- Recommended by Lydia E. c-'- H w zers are seeking the overthrow of ex- bation. He reports that hatching rea Finkhnm Med. Co, Asserting that the completo separa- isting years. IftOTPllffiTff' farmers' organizations, farm- sults aro 10 per cent better than A healing wonder forfor ten catarrh, nasal tion of church and stato was essen ers and business men united at a 3CING AND ARCHDUKE J rtf Hi GffcHi Urn thoSo obtained liy turning tho eggs core throat nnd aora eve, Rrnrtmi-im- l clean. ica and gennkiJal row?'. KIM.. 70 WILD 1IEASTS tial to the country's wellbeing, the meeting called here last night by the JZ- .- jL P1.:1J in tho usual way by hand, two or it'" ;to"5aiy 3l. all Uruj(fc of parrwu fcy I ;jjuiarrro. M fif i j memorial deciarrd that failure to tit f if fit t t(J i American Legion to seek a method of three times a day. ' Lucar, Spain, Jan. 16 King cognize this distinction in the past halting the formation of a leaguo in A Safe Old Fashioned 1 Alfonso, with Archduke Frederick of had beon th.i prl.naiy cause of County. Feeling was tense, and BORAX RUINOUS TO tho Remedy for Worms The present although engaged today in an extreme. Hgious persecutions Seventy. fivcyeart contintho organizers were present, POTASH FERTILIZER ly successful hunting expedition in ' "strong orgaiticd effort" 10 secure they made no effort to speak. uous use is the best testiE f monial FREY'S VERMIFUGE the forests of this vicinity, bringing ulo law enactments, it added, "are U. S."bepartment of agriculflie can offer you. both to t.ie rhurili and GERMAN I1US1NESS FIRMS down numerous wild cats, wild boar Obstructive Keep a bottle alwnys on ture has lately discovered that potash ' t'1? state, however Innocent they may and deer. hand. It will help keep ARE NOW INVADING SPAIN obtained frbm Searles lake, S3 Caliappear, and If successful 7'ill oven- the little ones healthy Altogether the two sportsmen ac- fornia, contains a large percentage of fjO and happy. animals in euauy ucstroy tne pniars upon wnicn counted for seventy-si- x Madrid, Jan. 16 Two important borax. Some samples were found in 30cbottleatyoufdruggiat'or central lore; or if yout dealer tho course of the day of which King ' nnr rnvirn input tfl fnnnrlfwl. Gorman business institutions have which the borax content ran as high can't supplyyou.ieniihii name "Sabbath keeping is not a civil Just been established in Spain. Alfonso shot more than half. Succeed when everything else falls. and 30c in itarnpa and we'll per cent. As borax has an inas 23 end you a bonis promptly. In nervous prostration and ftmale The hunters were in the saddle but a religious duty," tho memorial Ono of them is the German Bank L & S. FfiEY. Eallinuc, Hi. .vcaknesse they are the supreme declared. Congress, 'therefore, has of South America, which has branches jurious effect on growing plants this nearly sixteen hours. it.ui.ujr, ui HIUU34IJU3 nuvc icsuneu. nothing whatever to do with the In many cities in Brazil and Argen- potash should not be used as a fertilizer. This means that Searles lake FOR JCIKNCY, LIVER AND question of its observance. XONDON GIRLS WEAR tina and MexicQ and has a .capital of producers will havo to find a differSTOMACH TROUBLE 'Only tho'o whose hearts God has 3,000,000 pesetas. BRACELET ON ANKLES It is the best medicine ever sold ent market or else take out tho changed can truly keep a holy Sabover a druggists counter. The other is tho Spanish Electric London, Jan. 15. Like all tho bath. As ni lobulation by Congress Construction Company, with a capital borax before offering the product as a fertilizer. WILL "faslons" and fads of the fem- can change tin human heart, to make of 20,000,000 pesetas. TAKE perfo-a religious act when inine world, tho wearing of tho wrist citizens EASY PLAYMATES. watch round the ankle has passed. hey are not religious is to enforce Now they are wearing a small silver hypocrisy by law. Weaken Who SmjFesr "What's all that noise and dem FOR FLETCHER'S "Honest labor is no more uncivil chain. gwino on ovah at you' house last woman was seen on Sunday than on Monday. It is only A Treatment A smartly-dresse- d night?" asked an old colored woman Should find relief from their sufferwalking along Regent street wearing religious projudlces which aro disco ings by taking tho woman's for WEAK of another.n smal chain of silver fastened turbed by labor on this day more than ARMY RAZOR WAS "PUNK" Tonio and Nervine, which "Sounded like a lot of catamounts LUNGS or so many woman, somo around her ankle. To a mere unin- on other days. But bolstering of done broke loose." of them right in your neighbor-h&o- d. "Most of our army supplies,' reformed man it looked useless, but it somo particular theological dogma CONSUMPTION "Dat? Why, datwas nothin only When tho household caras looks quito dainty upon an elegant and protecting the religious preju- marked a congressman, "were good de gemman from do furniture store and tho worries of everyday lifo dices of citizens is not the business of thoy were costly but they wero good. collectln' his easy payments." silk stocking. relief havo dragged you down,, mado A quick pains (or (hat tired, Iwealt, feellnE Coagiecs. Once in a while, though, the supply hemorcoughs, la elicit, night MODEL COURT FOR you unhappy, aqd there is noth- rhage!, weak lungs or consumption. II it doa department let something inferior MEXICO MOVES TO PUT help you It costs you nothing. m ECOXOJIY IS CITED in lifo but headaoho, backache not Pleurisy pains are located Just be- get by. 'George,' I said to a waggish RAILS IN PRIVATE HANDS ing worry, Lock box ete and turn to tho right pro1, OHIO MEDICAL CO. low the short ribs. Lumbago affects soldier one day, "isn't that a wound COLUMDUR O scription, ono gotten up by Dr. Frankfort, Ky., Jan. 16. The tho same region but toward tho back. stripe you're wearing on your sleevo?' A step to Mexico City, Jan. 16. Pierce fifty years- ago, which has record of Circuit Judge Ballard's Snow Liniment Is the remea " 'Yes, sir,' he replied, 'it is. ward the contemplated return of tnn holpcd many thousands of woraon Carl Henderson and Commonwealth's dy In either case. If rubbed In thor" 'May I ask how you got it?' Mexican' rallw ays from Government in this country. It is called Dr. Attorney Charles Ferguson of the oughly it eases pain, relaxes tho mus " 'Shavin' myself, sir,' he answered be-Pierce s Favorite Prescription and Forfrth Judicial district, in holding cles and tho patient can move about with twinkling eyes, 'shavin' myself, control to private ownership has taken by the Cabinet. At a confer can be had ievcjry drug stre in down Jury fees and collecting fines freely and comfortably. 25c, sir, with an army razor.' " Price ence of the Cabinet with President tho land, in tablet HijuM form. and forfeitures Is held up by Stato 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by Obrogou it was ordered that a comInspector and Examiner Henry E. Ohio County Drug Co. m CAN HEAR WITHOUT Ky. "Afterr mission bo uppointed to investigate James as a model for court officials motherhood I had suah miserabk every phase of the railway problem. other districts. of "NAPOLEON" MAKES HOOTCH ... It Is generally understood that health for two . mm Tho report shows Livingston CouIN U. S. ASYLUM GROUNDS when tho is broken the years that I could AND CHLOROFORM. nty potit Jurors did not average more sense of hearing In the ear affected not get around Washington, Jan. 14. A "hootch" will be lost, but medical Investigators than a week apiece during tho two-ye1 The candidate, after tiring his au- to do my own period from November, 1918, to plant, including six gallons of 50 per havo established tho fact that com- dience thoroughly, wound up as fol- housggrork, mot Docouibof 1920. The Inspector attri- cent "kick" product, was solzed by plete loss of the drum does not ne- lows: "I want housing reform; I want of the time-- had Feci right all tho time. Don't lay ofl butes tho good showing to care in ar- federal dry crusaders hero today, but cessarily result In doatuess. Its loss land reform; I want education re- to keep to ray from work for daya by taking calome( bed. My back ranging the dockets so that cases may thoy mado no arrest. Tho distiller liowevcr, Impairs the sense of hear- form; I want " when pleasant LioVer-La- x kcepa yoi; ached and my j3saBl3?w" bo tried tho day they are set instead was a patient at the government hos- ing more or less. pn your feet, whilo relieving your troubt "Yes," shoted a bored voice from nerves wero in a lo. Safer too, and easy to take. Dortt of compelling witnesses and Jurors pital for the Insane and the still and tho audience, "you want chloroform." terrible state. I anything can't DARK MARKS ON PLASTER to wait around from day to day. Wit- throo milk cans full of mash wero s doctored and took every medicine takoEliminates else. Youcleanses afford It. poisons, By nesses in Livingston rarely drew more found in tho Asylum grounds. THE MORE THE NOISIER. that was recommended to mo, but tern ami relieves constipation, r A nat day's attendance. person has noticed Every obsorvant than one it was not until I took Dr. Pierce's ural remedy, natural in its actions, bum is in Livingston THE DEAR GIRLS Tho condition that a plastered wall or celling after a "Tho vorra best music I offer heard Favorite Proscription that I located in its effect nnd certain in results. If Uv- - Vela win typical of all tho Fourth District time will not present tho same ap whatoffer was doun at Jamlo the right medicine, and It very won't bo long before calomel completely displace in overl pearance all over, but tho surfaco will counties, and tho records In the AuI'm going downtown." said tho piper. "There promptly relieved evary symptom homo. Children can tako it freely ant "Shopping?" be broken Into streaks and patches wass fifteen o' us plpors In tho wee of feminine trouble, and oventu-all- y vWith perfect safety. Every bottlo guarditor's office shows that for the last "Yes. Thov ndvortlso a lilc ahnn of lighter and darkor hue. This mat- - back r parlour, all playln' different restored mo to pfrfpet health." anteed. BOcnnd ?l in bottles Nori ' year the four counties of the disgenuino without tho likeness and slcrntv .. tor has beon studied by an lnvestl- - chunes. I thocht I was floatln' in Mrs. Druzy MEP.RiTOniER, No. luro of L. K, Grigsby, For sale by trict, Caldwell, Crittenden, Hopkins sale." ' 868 Wilkerson Street. nd Livingston, averaged $441.50 for J "I see. You want somo big shoes." gator, who says that tho marks lu hoevlu." A, . mUAXISM, . ed ss "sldo-phobe." "bata-cophobe'"-t- y." ct cases aro duo to dust deposited portions of tho plaster whero flows rapidly and whoro water condenses ns a result of tho cooling. In other cases tho checking of air currents by moldings' or other obstructions lessens the air's carrying capacity and thus causes the deposition of dust. Quito commonly tho spaces between tho laths on tho walls havo a darker color than tho spaces ovor the laths. This is because tho heat and vapors to somo extent pass thru theplaster- - between tho laths, thus carrying tho dust with them. DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. - Judge It. W. Slack, Owoniboo. C. E. Smith, HartCom'lli. Attorney ford. Clerk A. O. Porter, Hartford. Otto O. MarMaster Commissioner tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Keown, HEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T. McKcnnejr, Clerk R. W. King. Polico Judge J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stovens. i I v Every Woman Wants CASTOR 30 A - Mothers flp ! ..,. g OwTJgU wsBsmnsSEm r v LfSacreys r tr . use Non-partis- 'use i re-S- an J ( ! ' I ' &Jlri Hitters M (pi -- ' YOU. OUR Children Cry mI3a CASTO RIA GERMINAL REMEDY - tera-Eeran- SmM? FORGONE MONTH USE LI V-VER-- LAX EAR-DRU- Frankfort, For Lazy Liver and the Troubles of Constipation. ear-dru- m ar Htttfor, ' MB ' at" ,r- - ., i t'wnr J3C FARM DEPARTMENT. Nino Hull Associations In Ono Mln ncsola County. St. Louis County, Minn., Is tho Champion bull association county of tho United States, and probably of tho world, nt least as far as numbers aro concornod, says a specialist of tho U. S. Department o( Agriculture, wh,o returned recently from that district. Nino bull associations, all organized slnco 1018 when this territory was swopt by a forest tiro, havo been successful, and now havo 3C4 farmer members. , Tho bull associations In SfTTouls County owo their exlstenco to tho forest flro which dovastod this territory to such an extent that a State was established to furnish nld to tho residents of tho flamo-swotorrltory. Among other things dairy bulls had to bo provldodand tho Flro Relief Commission, recognizing tho practical valuo of tho cooperative bull association, stipulated that farmers must organtzo such associations in order to rccclvo this aid. Tho 9 nssoclatfons, which resulted from tho relief work, brought into the county 3G good purebred bulls, with an avorago valuo.of about $300 each. As there aro 1,859 cows to association members, thcro Js an average of 53 cows to each bull. Figures obtained from more than 2,000 farms In various sections of tho country In which thoro aro no bull associations, show that ono bull is maintained for ovory 18 cows; or in othor words, almost threo JImos as many bulls aro maintained as would bo necessary under tho association " plan. At this rate, 100 bulls, Instoad of 35, would have been necessary In the torrltory covered by these associations in Minnesota; and tho expenditure would havo been $30,000 dnstcad of $10,600. pt GOES 30 MiLES commonly used for this purposo, but its most important uso by far Is in tho feeding of llvo stock, bolng utilized for soiling; hay, sllago, and pasture It Is nlso of great valuo as a o crop to Increaso tho humus and nltrogon contont of the soil upon which it Is grown. Thcso aro points brought out In Farmers' Ilulletln 1153, Cowpeas: Utilization, rccontly published by tho United States Department of Agriculture, which discusses not only tho utilization of tho crop, but tho methods of growing and harvesting It for each of Its various uses. grocn-nianur- FOR MORE TANLAC I Says It's Most Wonderful Medicine In World And Would Go 100 Miles Rather Than Be Without It. "I havo to go thirty ,mlles for Tanlac, but I would go a hundred rather than bo without Jt. said Mrs. Eleanor Caso, of Norwich, Pa., whllo visiting recently at 644 Phlppllps Avo. Akron, Ohio. "When I began taking Tanlac I only weighed a hundred and thlrty-flv- o pounds and nbw I weigh a hundred nnd fifty-onI had suffered for threo years from indigestion and other troubles. My appetlto was poor, I had severe pains In my sides, back and chest and nwfirt spoils of dizziness. "My sleep at night was vory much broken and I always woko up In tho morning with a dull, tired feeling and was so weak and lifeless that I could hardly sget up energy enough to cook a moal or sweep my house. It took about all tho strength I had to climb a flight of stairs and I would roach tho top almost completely exe. tM4fr4 GALLON US are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we v com-jnlssl- on . Xamb Hy Liberal Feeding. Specialized sheep farming In which forago crops wero used for tho summer pasture and a study of tho relation of nutrition of owes at breeding tlmo tff tho percentage of lambs Yield Increased iV - s j. 1) ' f Increaso of 18.8 por cent of lambs producod by Increased nutrition of owes during mating season for both Boltsvlllo and MIddlobury. This is an increaso of 25.9 per cont in the Boltsvlllo flock and 8.55 por cont in tho MIddlobury flock. In experiments with 120 western owes at tho MIddlebury farm to test ,tho effect of running sheep In permanent pasture upon tho growth of woods, and tho carrying capacity of tho fields, It has been demonstrated that sheep aro beneficial in cleaning pastures of weeds, but that it must bo How To Unstop A Gns Line. accomplished gradually and should reason A completo study of carburetor not bo overemphasized as a systems of tractors from the fuel tank engaging In shoep raising. ior ' to the connections gaskets will be - ono of the distinct features of tho Careful Breeding Increases Productwo-da- y tractor school which" will bo tlon of Goats' Milk hold at Beaver Dam, Ky., February 21 Milk goat experiments In grading Engineering up from natlvo and grade Toggenburg and 22nd, by the Farm College of Department of the State Swiss and Saanen does with pure-bre- d which Is bucks, begun in 1911 wero continued Agriculture, with County Agent M. L. McCrackon last year Jy tho United States DeCounty partment of Agriculture, at tho Gov- In giving the work to Ohio prospecwho are present or ernment experimental farm nl Belts-vlll- farmers owners of tractors. Md. Tho flock comprises 25 tive "Tho course will bo in charge of three-lourt- h, 8 kids of one-hal- f, does and state and flfteen-elxteont- Earl G.. Welch, from tho who will bo assisted by County blood. Tho average daily and several jnllk yield per doe in 1919 was 3.92 Agent M. L. McCrackon Several relocal tractor companies. pounds, an increaso of 2.42 pounds types of farm tractors over th$ ylold of tho 10 selected na- presentative the use of thoso which formed the founda- will bo available for tlvo does highest taking tho courso and tho lectures and tion Stock of tho herd. Tho which will be hold will milk yield for an individual doo in laboratories be Illustrated by moans of lantern ono day Is 8.6 pounds. For 1919 tho slides, charts and tractor accessories. flock showed an average, of 3.7 per Tho enttro courso has been deslgn-e- d cent butter fat. to make farmers more efficient oprators of farm power units and In Approximately 4,320 acres of land to carburetors every imwero restored to tho Government dur- addition portant part of these machines will ing the last fiscal year, a3 a result of given special attention. Thoso landclaim cases handled by tho Office be In the courso will bo allowed of tho Solicitor for tho United States types of maAgriculture The tlm-b- to study tho different Department of chines and will" also bo given on opstand on this land Is estimated at portunity to operate them. 22,235,000 feet, valued at $88,840. Tho courso will be given free to ttioso who care to take It. Full Cowpcns Valuable For Both Stock all particulars concornlng It may bo obAnd Soil. j, tained from county nRont M. L. McFew crops can bo utilized in ns cowpeas. Crackon. great a variety of ways as . For conthrles they havo boon grown for" human food In Asia, Africa and In tho Medltorranoan reglou of EuFOR FLETCHER'S rope In this 'country, particularly States, tho crop Is In tho Southern o, col-lego seven-eighths, hs ng or other internal parasites. Experiments in tho last four years to test tho effect of feed at breeding tlmo upon tho .size of tho lamb crop havo shown an wero Included in tho experimental work conducted last year by tho United States Department of Agriculture at tho Government farms at Doltsvllle, Md., and MIddlobury, Vt. Data wero .obtained relative to tho comparative relish with which sheep and tho ato different, forage-cro- ps gains mado while pasturing upon them. It wns demonstrated that .with tho frequent rotation necessary in pasturing forago crops, sheep could bo successfully raised without danger of Infestation by stomach worms or producod IIuvo Mull Food Vnluo. Cowpeas, according to tho bulletin aro not grown for socd more genorally becauso of tho uncertainty of tho crop, tho expenso of harvesting, and tho comparatively low yield obtained. In localities woll suited to production It will bo found highly profitable to grow cowpca seed on a largo scale, especially If tho best machinery for handling tho crop Is used. Tho seed has a high feeding value, but 13 ran ly cheap enough, to be used as feed. It can bo stored for a considerable length of time without much danger of loss of vitality. As it is subject to attacks from lnsocts, especially tho cowpea weevil, tho seed produced In Southern States should bo placed in cold storage, tho bulletin recommends. Cowpea hay Is an excellent forago Even tho for al kinds of stock. straw obtained frotn thrashing tho peas for seed is a valuable stock feed. As a rulo cowpeas should not bo cut for hay before tho pods begin to turn yellow. The best quality Isproduced and tho hay cures most readily If tho vines aro cut when most of tho pods aro full grown and a considerable part of them matured. If cut before this stage tho vines aro watery and difficult to euro, whllo If left too lato boforo cutting thero will bo an unnecessary loss of leaves in handling 'nnd tho stems will bo tough and woody. Tho hay is somewhat difficult to cure, but with attention to tho stage of growth and to wcathor conditions llttlo moro trouble will bo d experienced In obtaining cowpea hay than clover or alfalfa hay. Cowpeas alono havo not given good results as a sllago crop. In addition to tho high protein contont, tho green ,vines contain a largo proportion of water, producing a watefy sllago that keeps poorly and Is not well relished by stock. - Tho best silage is obtnined when this crop is grown with.com or sorghum. Serve Ilcst for Hogs. Although pasturing cowpeas is not thought tho best farm, practice, under certain conditions It Is advisable nnd quite profitable. Any kind of llvo stock may be pastured on cowpeas, but. hogs aro generally used. Tho best time for turnlgn tho stock on cowpeas Is when tho crop has reached the stago of maturity thought best for hay. As a soiling' crop, the cowpea can bo used advantageously to supplement crops with le3s protoln, such as corn, sorghum, and millet. It Is used moro as a soil buhder than any other legume, because It Is so easily grown, has such a market effect upon succeeding crops, and, thrives under a groat diversity of conditions. well-cure- For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, Business and other Cards. - 1 BL AITK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, c&c, XXT STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE trypan "ad" in THE If You , hausted. "Slnco taking Tanlac I feel like an entirely different person. My appetlto Is wonderful and everything aggrees with me. 1 am free from pains and dizziness and I sleep soundly every night and wake up In the morning feeling fine. My housework is actually a pleasure to mo and I can run up and down tho stairs tho same as I could when I was a girl. "After seeing how Tanlac was helping mo, my husband began taking It and it is doing him a world of good, too." Tanlac Is sold In Hartford by Dr. L. D. Bean; In Beaver Dam by R. T. Taylor, Jr.; and In McIIenry by S. J. TIchenor. Advertisement. ARIZONA URGES U. S. TO RECOGNIZE ORREGOX Phoonlx, Ariz. Jan. 14. Tho Senof the Arizona Legislature roday adopted a resolution to address a memorial to tho national government urging recognition of Mexico under HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED HARTFORD, KENTUCKY ate the"admInistratlou Obregon. of President Alva-r-o mw Don't Forget It. Bear In mind that Chamberlain's Tablets not only move the bowels but Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. They contain no pepsin no other digestive torment but strengthen the stomach and enable It to perform Its functions naturally, m REPORTS MANY VIOLATIONS OF VARIOUS FEDERAL LAWS During the last fiscal year 6,008 violations of statutes Intrusted to the United States Department of Agriculture for enforcement wore reported by tho Spllcitor's office; 4,446 of them to tho Attorney General, and to tho Director General, of Railagreement. The roads, pursuant latter covered violations of 'the animal quarantine laws and the law, occurring "during tho tlmo the Government held control of tho railroads. Tho number of cases considered In the various classes of violations, with tho fines collected, wero: Food and law, 3,123, $109,850; Drugs Act, 1,588, $18,160; laws for protection of national forests, 597, $74,379.30; Migratory Bird Treaty Act, 296, $2,230; Animal Quarantine acts, 179, $27,000; Insecticide Act, 134 criminal, $,2,342; 20 seizures; Lacey Actt 26, $1,917; Moat Inspec; Bird Reservation tion, 26, Trespass law, 6, $315. 1,-5- 62 tan 28-bo- ur 28-ho- m Lama back may come from overwork, cold settled In the muscles of the back, or from disease. In tho two former cases tho right remedy is DALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It should be rubbed In thoroughly over tho affected part, the relief will be prompt and satisfactory. Price 25c, 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by .m Ohio, County Drug Co. ADOPT NEW STANDARD OF SILVER COINAGE included Daniel "Wlllard, president of its officials don't see how they will tho Baltimore and Ohio, and Samuel j bo able to pay for them." The comGOOD START Rea, head oftho Pennsylvania, told pany at present, ho added. Is not even EVERY DAY tho committee that relief must be earning Interest on Its Investment." . granted Immediately to the transportation system If the country Is to FAYETTE ASSESSMENT Men and Women Aro function effectively. Others who urgINCREASED 911,000,000 Up nnd Doing Bright and Early ed quick action on relief legislation wero William J. Hobbs, vice presiLexington,. Ky Jan. 14. An FREE YOUR BLOOD FROM POISON dent of the Boston and Maine; Mj. L. of moro than $11,000,000 in Bell, general counsel for the Rock tho assements of all property In LexTho Famous Island, and T. Dewltt Cuyler and Al- ington and Fayette County is shown Toko Blood Tonic Prescribed By, fred P. Thorn, chairman and general In the recapitulation figures announcPhysicians for 30 Years counsel, respectively of the Associa- ed by Deputy County Clerk Faust Chair- Fouchess. tion of Railway Executives. Tho total assessment was clogged with poi- man Clark, of the Interstate Com- plased at $101,683,197. Sluggish blood According sons make yo lazy. You never feel merce Commission also advocated to tho report thero are 1,349 purelike getting up In the morning. And amendment of the transportation act bred horses in Fayette County, and when you do get up, you miss that. to permit partial settlement of the these aro assessed for a total of $291,' 220. Sixty-thre- e reeling oi reiresning rest, iuu icen railroads' claims. stallions also aro I Mr. Wlllard declared that the Bal- listed at ?151,31Q. Tho tax rato, It moro tired than when you went to bed. After a good night's sleep you timore and Ohio "has practically was decided, will remain 50 cents road tax. should get up with ji-- spring, feeling stopped purchasing supplies because with a,llve, renewed, refreshed. And you would, too. If your blood were full of rod corpuscles, your com plexion would look fresh, your eyes bright and clear; you would feel the warm tingle of good health. Look to your blood if you have that lazy, heavy feeling In tho morning. n the Begin taking g tonic. If has ideal properties that pick you up and give you strength. Pepto-Mangis widely and heartily endorsed by physicians. It Is ef" fective and easy to take. It is preYou Have Always Bought, and which has been She Kind pared in both liquid and tablet form. in use for over over 30 years, has borne the signature of Both havo the same medicinal properv ana has been made under his per ties. Bonal supervision since its infancy. be sure Sold at any drug store. But X Allow no one to deceive vou in this. you get the genuine Pepto-Mang" are but All Counterfeits, Imitations and " by the full "Dude's". Ask for it Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of name and bo sure the full name, Infants and Children Experience against Experiment. Is on the "Gudo's package. Advertisement. Castorla is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Heartburn, indigestion or distress Drops and Soothing Syrups. It is pleasant. It contains of the stomach Is Instantly relieved by neither Opium, Morphine nor other narcotic substance. Its badly digestHerblne. It forcps the age is its guarantee. For more than thirty years it has ed food out of the body and restores been in constant use for the relief of Constipation, flatulency, and bowels. tono In the stomach Yind Colic and Diarrhoea; allaying Feverishness arising Price COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug therefrom, and by regulatfngj.be Stomach and Bowels, aid3 m Company. the assimilation of Food; giving healthy and natural Bleep. GETTING A Ited-Blood- ase Pcpto-Mangn- n, 20-co- nt Children Cry for Fletcher's i 41 Pepto-Manga- blood-buildin- an an rfiyj7 Just-as-go- od Pepto-Mangan- ," What is CASTORIA 41 m Oliildren Ory CASTOR A INCREASED RATES London, Jan. 15. A now standard FAIL TO HELP POOR ROADS of sliver coinage has Just beon put Washington, Jan. 15 Increased Into effect in tho United Kingdom of tlje great Increase in tho rates granted tho railroads have failed to yield anticipated revenues valuo of silver. florins and many roads are In a precarious New slxponces, shillings, now only contain financial condition, In some Instancos and one-haof pure sliver Instea dot 37 without funds to purchase Buppll.es, a group of railway executives declared fortieths, as heretofore. Friday, boforo tho Houso Commorce A larger admixture of alloy necessary when tho old coins Committee. Urglug amendment of the transporoxpectod to outlast tho old ones, bocamo worth moro than their face tation act to enable tho carrlors to value. obtain partial settlements- - for losses 'coins aro harder, and are sustained during tho' six month? Tho new which nro being called In and vlll ha guarantee period after govornmont control ended, the delegation, which minted Into new currency. se half-crowlf bo-ca- The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend. 1 ALWAYS J ii . 'GENUINE Vl2X!m!?iffiZ??W Cck (Bears the Signature of CASTORIA 'i H M la Use Pur Over 3 TMS GKNTAUn OOMMANV, - Years a f The Kind You Wave Always Boughtv NCW YORK C ITV, s.y K333S3 IE Our Great Removal Sale IS NEARING THE END! Saturday, February the 5th, 1921 AT 10 O'CLOCK P. M., WE CLOSE OUR DOORS. Customers holding Produce Checks will bear in mind our closing date and get all these checks in before we close. However, they will be good at the Hopkinsville store if you prefer to spend them there. This is our last call. The final adjustment of prices have been made. No further reductions can be made. We have made the last touch down. It is up to you to make the winning goul. Now is your greatest opportunity to save inoney on your purchases and the sooner you come the better you will fare. " A TTF WTirlM f Clothing Department IS DONE and senTHE FINAL MARK-DOWsational values are to be found all along the line. One lot of Men's Suits cut to $15.00 One lot of Men's Overcoats cut to $5.00. price. One lot of Boys' Knee Pants at Men's and Boys' Rain Coats anything in the price. house at IF YOU SEE THEM YOU WILL BUY THEM. N Gingham Dresses Our Regular $2.50 Gingham Dresses, the final price Our Regular $3.50 and $3.00 Gingham Dresses, the final price Our Regular $5.00, $4.50, and $4.00 Gingham Dresses, the final price 'Our Regular $6.75 Gingham Dresses, the final price $1.45 $1.95 $2.45 J ShoeDepartment These Shoes at the last call prices is the most wonderful oppertunity you will ever have to buy shoes. Ladies' $15.00, $14.00 and $13.50 Fine Shoes last call price $8.45 Ladies' $12.50 and $12.00 Fine Shoes, last call price . T 6.95 Ladies $10.00 and $9.00 Fine Shoes, last call price , 5.95 Ladies' $8.50 Fine Shoes, last call price 5.45 . one-ha- lf one-ha- lf $2.95 f Ready To Wear Department Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists Closer Out Prices: $27.50 and $25.00 Suits, the final Price. $35.00 and $32.00 Suits, the final Price $47.50 and $45.00 Suits, the final Price $65.00 and $55.00 Suits, the final Price Bungalow Aprons Our Regular $2.00 Aprons, the final price $1.45 1.75 Regular $2.50 Aprpns, the final price Our 1.95 Our Regular $3.00 Aprons, the final price A FEW CHILDREN'S DRESSES Priced regular from $1.75 to $4.50, the final prices on these run from $1.25 up to $2.25. 1 Middie Dress, worth $7.507the final price $3.75 1 Middie Dress, worth $12.00, the final price. .$5.95 ...... at the final . .... Children's Shoes. Hundreds of Children need new Shoes right now. Here is your last opportunity at these prices: Children's Regular $2.00 Shoes, last call price . .$1.50 Children's Regular $2.25 Shoes, last call price . . 1.75 Children's regular $3.00 and $2.50 Shoes, last call price 2.25 Children's Regular $4.00 Shoes, last call price . . 2.75 Children's Regular $4.50 Shoes, last call price . . 2.95 Children's Regular $5.00 Shoes, last call price . . 3.50 Children's Regular $5.50 Shoes, last call price . . 3.75 Children's Regular $6.50 and $6.00 Shoes, last call price 3.95 Children's Regular $7.00 Shoes, last call price . . 4.95 :.. .$14.95 19.95 24.95 29.95 Dresses! Dresses! Serge Dresses, Triccotine Dresses and Silk Dresprice. Our Regular $10.00 Dresses, the final price. .$ 5.00 Our Regular $12.50 Dresses, the final price . . 6.25 Our Regular $20.00 Dresses, the final price . . 10.00 Our Regular $22.00 Dresses, the final price . . 11.00 Our Regular $24.00 Dresses, the final price . . 12.00 Our Regular $25.00 Dresses, the final price . . 12.50 Our Regular $28.00 Dresses, the final price . . 14.00 Our Regular $30.00 Dresses, the final price. . 15.00 Our Regular $35.00 Dresses, the final price . . 17.50 Our regular $40.00 Dresses, the final price . . 20.00 ses, all at one-ha- lf Rain Coats price for all Ladies' and Girls' Rain Coats left. The rainy Season is just ahead Buy your Rain Coat now. One-ha- lf Corsets Spring is approaching, when all women want, and must have, a new Corset. Get your Corset now and save the difference. $1.50 Our Regular $2.50 Corsets, the final price 1.95 Our Regular $3.00 Corsets, the final price 2.25 Our Regular $3.50 Corsets, the final price 2.50 Our Regular $4.00 Corsets, the final price 2.95 the final price Our Regular $4.50 Corsets, Men's Shoes For dress and work at the LAST CALL PRICES. Cloaks! Cloaks! price. Eleven Spring Coats at one-ha- lf price and you will All Winter Cloaks at one-ha- lf have to hurry if you get one, the supply is limited. .... .... .... Heavy Overshoes And.-al- l rubber footwear at LAST CALL PRICES. IQ i n From A to Z has received the final stroke and Last Call Prices will interest any man or woman who likes tQ saye money on his or her pUrchases. THIS IS OUR LAST BUYING MESSAGE TO YOU for the big Removal Sale. The balance will be left entirely with you. V VFR YTHINP X Keep the Closing Date in Mind Saturday, Feb. 5, 1921 E. P. BARNES . BRO., X .4 BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY.