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Subscription $1.50 per Yea& NUMBER 31' HARTFORD, OHIO COUNTY, KENTUCKY, FRIDAY, JANUARY 28, 1921. A defeated fellows I can dismiss with I IUU1AKU OKAWNER a smlln and thn rnflHnn H,, the Lord loveth he chasteneth, but INJURED BY AUTO (By I. D. Clalro.) All single persons, or married per sons not living with wife or husband, RJsn't fair to require that a man those elected are on tho road to Richard Brawner, the Ilttlo nlno-y- oar whoso not lncomo for theTyear 1920 surrender all or any ot his ancient and somowhere, and you can nover tell was $1000 or more, and marrlod pop honorable privileges Just because he whore. One in a hundred, Uko tho old grandson of Mrs. Emma eons living with wife or husband De gets married. But such is tho pun- holdprs of tickets In a lottery, wins a Hudson, was struck by an.outpmobIIo-Sunda- y cember Jlst, 1920, whose not income ishment Fluke undertakes to meet small prize but the other ninety and nfternoon, sustninlinc n. hm- wns $2000 or more, must file nn ln- out to my dear friend, Battle Nail. nine He awako o'nlghts as tho end of kon leg and a painful, tho not serious. como tar return. To assist taxpay- In my puny and feeble way I helpod their term approaches, and wonder w ounu on the head. Tho car was beers a deputy collector of Internal mnko Bat famous. I wrote him up whence they can turn to keep the ing driven by young William Alforct "1(I Sunset Cox Davidson, tho accident occurlng near will bo at tho places on the and. wrote him down until his name iwolt l rom tho door was a household, aye, a byword, In sum many years ago .mat no man the L. & N. Depot, between n largo dates mentioned below: Washington, Jnn25 Negotiations 10. O. BAKRAKS OUT the hqme of overy family that reads should be allowed to hold office un- .Pile of timber and tho R. R. switch," Beaver Dam Fobruary 24. Morris and between Ambassadors FOR COUNTY CLERK the Republican. Finally I wont til he had thoroughly demonstrated where the passway is very narrow. Central City Februnry tbo settlement ot tho Shlilolinra for away, as all of us must sometime go that be Was not fit for tnythlng else. Tho little boy wns playing on tho R. Hartford February 23. California question and tbo definition E. Q. Barraos, of Hartfdrd, has THIS SERVICE IS WITHOUT away .from everywhero, and left Bat's And now, after years of close range R., near to which place were his rights of Japanoso in tho Unlt- - formerly announced his candidacy' y of tho COST TO THE TAXPAYER. Care- fame In the hands of Fluko. For a observation of the Ingratitude and aunts, Misses Edna and Anna Hud od States have boon successfully for tho Ropubllcan nomination for fully noto tho placo and date; bo time. Fluke performed his duty with dlsapromtments of offlceholdlng, I son, with whom ho had gone out. " County Court Clerk. Mr. Barrass Approval of tbo conclusions of tho has a wide, acquaintance throughout thoro with papors and records and faultless diligence, until Battle de am nearly convinced "Old Sunset" No one seems to know Just how tho wn. right. accident happonedi but' It Is thought two Ambassadors must bo given by the County, having heretofore serv tho deputy will assist you in making I ciding; like another Adam, that it was not good for man to live alono, that ho became confused In' his eftheir Governments beforo any further ed in tho capacity ot Circuit Court our return. Failure to see deputy $500 FOR ARREST ' fort to cfoss the narrow driveway, action looking Into a sottlomont of tbo Clork and having boon prominently collector or to receive blanks will not weut Joyfully, hopefully, gladly to OF NIGHT RIDERS and tho boy who was you of penalty for failure to the hymenlal altar, and then Fluke driving tho car controversy tliat has nrlscn over tho Identified with politics In the Coun- rollove did not discover fluked. But hero Is to the resurrecho was attemptCalifornia nntl-nllc- n land law can bo ty during tho past several years. An mnko return, Ky. Jan. 25 Governor ing to cross, that Frankfort, ttion ot Battle's fame. May It never did not, or perhaps had. Baron Shldchnra has submit- nttompt nt his Introduction, upon our Morrow has Indicated that if request- could not bring grow less. the car to a stand his roport to tho Foreign Office part, would bo out of place, as tha SQUIRE W. SMITH ted ed by the Fleming County authorities still, in time to avoid the. child, as ENTERS FOR JUDGE at Tblcio and Mr. Morris has his re- votors generally nro' acquainted with I am Just now wondering what ir- which he expects, he will offer a $500 tno render of tho auto struck tho port ready for consideration by Secre- his qualifications. reparable injury Claude Smith thinks reward for the arrest and conviction boy breaking the leg between tho Squlro Winson Smith announces in tary Colby, Who is expectod to return of afty one of a dozen men who call- knee and thigh, throwing him' Co tha this Issue for tho Republican nomina I have done him, that he Indulges In ed at to Washington Thursday from South SQUIRE DEAN OUT the home of a truck driver nam ground which produced such, stfngjng retaliation. tion for County Judgo. Squire Smith tho scalp For a ed Tomlln, near Sherburne, America. COUNT FOR JUDGE Saturday wound. Physicians nttfinrfrii thn Is a resident of Select, having served quarter of a century, If I may say it Members of tho Senate Foreign Renight and warned him not to haul child Immediately, and he is apparlations Committee have been kept ad- . Squlro W. S. Dean,, of Dundee, ns a member of the Board of Magis- without exposing Claude's age, I don't any more tobacco to market. ently doing nicely. vised by Mr. Morris of tho various shies his hat In. th,o ring for the Re trates from his district for a consider- care to exposo mine Claude and I ' Tho circumstance was officially re. phases ot tho negotiations so that if publican nomination for County able length of time, ho has gained have maintained the most congenial ported to the Governor by Fleming SEP T. WILLIAMS SEEKS committeo desired to consider in Judge, as shown by announcement in valuable Information which would relations, and tlmo had "seemed to County tho authorities. The Governor alNOMINATION, FOR CLERIC the remaining days of tho present another column. Squlro Dean has better equip him for tho duties of cjment our mutual goodwill. Never ready has requested Circuit Judge session any draft treaty which Wil- served as J. P. O. C, for a number County Judge. Squire Smith retir until Monday did it dawn upon, me Henry Prewltt to Impanel a special Sep T. Williams, of Rob Roy, anson might submit, tho way would be of years, and ns Representative In tho ed from tho Board three years ago, that so fixed a friendship would bo grand Jury to look into alleged night nounces, in this issue, and has since been engaged in farm- broken except by a stroke of light- riding his candidary for prompt action. cleared Gonoral Assembly and is fitted by ex and says ho will call out troops Administration officials havo had perience to servo In tho position to ing. Squire Smith is quite well ning, the wrick of an aeroplane or and ask for Federal troops If neces for the Republican nomination for County Court Clerk. Mr. WlUams no assuranco that it Is tho purpose ot which he aspires. He is well known known, having 'been n candidate, for some similar catastrophe. But Mo- sary to put an end to such practices. will be remembered as being a candindayI shall always remember It as tho Republican leaders to endeavor throughout the County, personally the nomination four years ago. a fatal day Claude gave the boy at date for this position eight year's ago. to dispose- of nny Amorlcan-Japancs- o and as a public servant. MARRIAGE LICENSES my boarding house a dog. Now he He is a progressive farmer and nmply TO THE VOTERS treaty at present, but it is understood Allen Flelden, Llvermore, R. 1., to qualified for the performance of the OF OHIO COUNTY know, ,or could have on reflection re- Flora Dempsey, Llvermore, R. 1. that some representations havo been JOHNSON BROWNING called, that i have an Instinctive hormade from Republican sources that F. Crowe, Hartford. Route 3 to duties connected with the office for J. which he asks his party's Indorsement ror of dogs. There aro a few folks, Gertrude Plrtlo, Hartford, Route 7. It might relieve the Harding Adminis Mr. Afelvin Browning and Miss In tho coming primary election. ' chiefly women, who will go Into contration ot a' considerable burden it Dewoy Johnson were united In mnr-rlng- o Paul Cundlff, Hartford, to Lena -.. . niption fits at tho sight of a cat. Oth- Combs, .such a treaty could bo concluded durat tho Mothodlst Parsonage Hartford J. E.. MITCHELL WOULD er folks' can pot bear the sight of cering tho present s'esslon. Tuesday ovenlng in the presence of William Duncan, Echols, to Maude BE NOMINEE FOR CLERK tain cloths, as linen or silks natural Griffith, Echols. These representations are said to only a few frlonds, Rev. T. T. Frazler antagonisms, little understood but Y'hnyo boenlmsed upon tho theory that spoaking tho words malting the'happy Ervln Wells,. Centertown to Clem- none the less real. Now that Is my mer J. E. Mitchell, of Dundee, Is an tho California question can couple as one. Patterson, Centertown.. experience with dogs. I can account candidate for the RepublI- bo considered by the Senato, and by . . Tho brldo Is a daughter of Mr. hnd can nomination for Clerk of tho Counfor it only upon tho theory that In Houso as well, as a purely non- Mrs. M. V. Johnson, of Hartford, a BANK DEPOSITS, UNCLAIMED 4.iho ty Court. Mr. Mitchell is 45 years ' some previous existence I was a, cat partisan question. highly esteemed and popular young and happened to live with a family farmer, a former In compliance with article 592, old, an lady, while the bridegroom is a young that kept a dog, or perhaps a wholo Ky. Statutes tho Citizens' Bank of teachor and fitted In every way to ISOM MITCHELL ENTERS man of special merit, and much adkennel of dogs. Anyway, the sight of Hartford, Ky., hereby publlsties the render capable service such as Is reCOUNT? CLEltK'S RACE mired by all who know him. His Ladles and Gentlemen: Having a dog, especially about the house, in- names of Depositors together with quired by the duties of the office for former home was in Rochester, but ' R. I. (Isom) Mitchell, of Bell's he is now in tho employ of tho L. & decided to make tho race for the Re stinctively Impels me tp do something the amount thereof of .five years which he seeks to be nominated . by publican nomination for Clerk of Ohio awful. In the old days.at the sleht standing and uncalled for, tho party with which ho is affiliated. Run, is announcing his candidacy for N. R. R. Co., running on the O. & N. no diviThis is Mr. Mitchell's first time to an-- ,, the nomination for County Clerk, at Branch from Russellvllle to Owens-bor- o. County Court, I take this mothod of of a dog about the house I would kick dends or interest attached: announcing my candidacy to you, I . and scream or perhaps take a drink, tho hands ot tho Republican party of Chas. Bunch $3.00; J. F. Beck, $2.- - nounce for any office. am personally acquainted with many' but times have changed and I can 40; C. M. Barnott, $1.00; L. P. Ben Ohio County. Mr. Mitchell is well Mr. and Mrs. Browning left Wededucated and fully compotent to dis- nesday for Lexington, where thoy of you .while a great number of you I only kick. I would escape by chang- -' nett. 2e: Gdoree E. nallnv. S2.ko. M. A. EMBREY SEEKS PLACE ON TICKET charge tho duties ot the offico ho will spend a few days with relatives havo not had tho pleasure, of meeting. ' Ing my boarding house, but boarding A. L. Crume, $3.00; B. S? Chamberlln, would seek. Ho was a member of before going to Russellvllle, where x buuu uuempi io give you a Drier i nouses are so darned hard to get In 98c; G. W. Crume, 22c; Concrete Bu biography ct myself and my life In or-- Central City that nothing short of a rial Vault Co., $5.71; Mi A. Embrey,' of Baizutown, is Uncle Sam's forces during tho" lato they will mako their homo. Ben L. Davis, der that you may know more about kick by tho landlady will dislodge a 33c; Mollle Dinwiddle, $1.77; B. M. among those announcing in this I- s- .. war, having been promoted from the mo and have my case before you for ' boarder. I thought I would solve Bennett, 5c; Mrs. L. P. Foreman, 6c; sue for a position on the Republican ranks to Lieutenant, from which posi- M. F. CHUMLEY ENTERS your consideration until I can have the problem by buying, the dog and J. D. Ford, 5c; E.- M". Ford, COUNIY CLERK'S RACE tion ho was discharged when his outlc; G. R. ticket to be selected at tu Primary an opportunity to call on you person- - shooting it, and offered the boy ten Ford 53c; W. S. Hill, 57c; M. D. election August the 6th. Mr. Emfit was mustered out. He has.stnco dollars for It, but he demanded a cool Heflln, 5c; F. G. Jackson, 5c; C. P. brey desires to receive the nomination M. F. Chumley, of McIIenry, makes ally. been engaged in farming and a memI was born in Arnold Precinct, this ' million. I'd poison the durned dog, Keown, lc; Dan King, $1.00; Herbert for County Court Clerk.. He is a. ber of tho firm of MItcholl & Son, at public his announcement In this week's Republican as an aspirant, for County, in tho year 1897, my paronts! but that would mean sleeping with King, 3c; Virginia Bell; 65c; J. M. farmer, teacher in the public schools, Bell's Run. tho nomination tor Clerk of the Coun- being Ellis and Susan Tate, wo were ; nothing but a winter sky for a Cov Lane, 50c; D. B. London, $1.57; Ham and a local Minister ot tho Baptist. HI. C. (MODE) SCHROADER ty Court, at tho hands of the Repub- in common circumstances financially! erlng. Driven to desperation, I am Mudd,.4c; T. S. Marks, 37c;.Mc. Mur-r- Church. Mr. Embrey is well quail- ' OFFERS FOR CLERKSHIP lican party, In the next August pri- I was sq unfortunate as to lose my seriously thinking of committing sul-6c; Y. L. MoserEy, Admr., 65c; fled for 'the position he desires. Just to get out of my misery and Mayme Morton, $3.40; J. B. M,onroe, taothorat the early ago of 4; my fath-cld- e mary. Mr. Chumley was formerly a f M". C. Schroader,' better LOUISVILL EMARKETS known resident of Eastern Kentucky, but for er at the age ot 5; consequently, I tbuch Claude's sense of remorse. And 90c; May & Barnett, 34c; Ella Nor-ri- s, In a number of years' has resided as Mode, has flung his sky-pieat bolng the smallest of five children, then I think maybe' that Is Just what ,$2.82; Crlt Park, $6.00; J. W. Cattle Midweek supply was oC tho circle for tho nomination on the Broadway and McIIenry,. this County, was left without a home, when an he Intended, and I'll live thru It to Pierce, 4c; Thos. S. Hoover, 74c; LuK Republican ticket for Clerk ot tho where he has been identified with tho uncle, L. B. Tate, took mo Into his spJte him. ther Miller, 13c; D. D. Mosloy, $1.35; light volume, with little activity in County Court. Mr. Schroader sought coal Industry, being now home to care for me; there I had Mabel Park, $1.50; Tom Hamilton, the market for any class of stock. Quotations: I was over In Ohio county Sunday, 57c; Ralph & O'Bannon, $3.95; Mrs. Prime heavy steers the nomination for Jailer four years at tho Broadway Coal po's. nothing more or less than a struggle) ago and whilo engaged In that cam mines at Simmons. He Is well edu- for support and my education; my and my heart was moved to pity by Martha Rowe, 87c;, Rowe & Morton, $808.50; heavy shipping- steers $7 paign became quite well known thru-o- cated and thoroughly equipped to uncle being in only reasonable clr- - discovery of the number ot mj friends 5c; Mrs. Ida E. Rentrow, $1.89; Mrs. medium steers $5.506.50; cuntetances, old and frail. My proll- - who are going to run tho County. Ha Is a resMmv. of handlo the office ho .seeks. fat cow $6.5007; for office, M. J. Rhoades, 68c; H. J. Stewart, fat heifers mlnary education was obtained by the Thero is to me something pathetic In 10c; H. S. Sanders, 89c; Eugene & medium cows $4 06.50; cutters $3 4, JCorth Rpsine, where he was reared. it humble fireside, by the glow of the the spectacle of a friend ot mine be-fi- Belva Stroud, lc; H. E. Turner, 13c; 4; canneTs $2.75 3; bulls $4.50(5) He Is a iarmer, full ot energy, and ROY H. FOREMAN FOR light, ot nlght3 after tho chores coming a candidate. COUNTY COURT CLERK trail equipped for the position he deI'd much rath-wo- W. S. Taylor, 50c; H. M. TIchenor, 6.50; feeders $5.5007.50; stbekera Ur see him, if he must take, a chance, 17c; C. P. Turner, 55c; W, H. Woor- - $4 6.7'; choice milch cows $65 75; finished. sires at the hands ot tho party. In this issue we announce the can In the year 191C at the age ot 19, get Into a crap game. His losses nlca, $1.02; R. Robinson, 4,1c; A. E. medium to good $35 065; common to ANNUAL .MEETING OHIO didacy of Roy H. Foreman for the Re I entered a normal session ot school, would' bo smaller and sooner over Wosterfleld, 63p; L. T. WrlgTit, 9c; medium $20035. COUNTY FARM BUREAU publican nomination tor Clerk of tho contemplating teaching In tho rural with. Running for office takes all C. T. Warden. $2.92; Sallie G. WarCalves Market unchanged'. Bent Ohio County Court. Mr. Foreman is schools later. When the conflict with j tho milk of kindness out of the hu den, 23c; Mrs. E. Woodward, 69c. veals $11.50 012;, piedlum to good The Ohio County Farm, Buroau hold a farmor and teachor, having taught Germany aroso and the call for volun- man breast. Thq defeated candidate Attest: J. C. RILEY, President. ,$509; common to medium $305. Hogs Supply extremely, small; deits Annual Meeting January 24th., In tho County for several years and la teers came I heeded the call and en- can never suppress his sorrow for tho 1921, at which tho following officers now a member of thq faculty of tho listed in the U. St Army and from be- poople tor the good service, thoy miss JAMES A TATE SEEKING mand brisk and prices continue upwprc elected: S. O. Keown, President; local High School. He has a wide ginning to end I'sorVed in by not electing him. Ho never afNOMINATION FOR CLERK ward; values a quarter higher on' all Silas Stovons, Vice Pros.;W. H. acquaintance, Is energetic and amply weights. Best hogs, 200 pounds and States, France, Belgium and Ger- terward bolleves the people aro caRhoadB Sec'y.; Bank ot Hartford, qualified to perform.tho duties of tho many for a period of two years af- pable of and this James A. Tate,'of Hartford, Is up sold at $9,75; 120 to 200 pounds Troas.; Membor State Directors, Watt office tq which he aspires. ter which I roturned to the States discovery of their stupidity hurts blm, Joining in tho contest for tho Repub-- . $10.25; pigs 120 pounds down $9.60; Taylor: County Board of Directors: i and to Ohio County and todk up the hurts clea.r down to the inarrow In llcan nomination for County Court throwouts $8 down. position of Deputy County Court his bones. Occasionally he forgoes Clerk, as shown by his announcement Sheep and Lambs Trade unchangE. P. Barnard, Hartford District; E. SERVICES AT THE v A. Carter, Centertown District; E, G. METHODIST CHURCH Clerk, under Mr, Blankonshlp, which . Judgment and Is willing to give th,om elsewhere in this number. Mr. Tate ed. Best lambs from $7J.0j- - sec' another chance, but a second defeat has prepared a signed statement, or onds $4 0.6; best fat sheep $3 down;, Austin, Beayor Dam District; M, F. position I now hold. Next. Sunday being tbo fifth Sun- Herral, Rockport District; J. A. I place myself beforo you feollng unfixes his faith in the good sense of letter; to the .voters, which we are bucks $2 downy- . Whltesvlllo District; J. F. Mil- day in tho month, there will be held. 'll..i I am fully capable of performing mankind. - But tho fellow who wins publishing nt his rquest, In this Issue. PRODUCE. that Local produce dealers quote buyler, Cromwell District;' W. W. Plrtlo, In the Methodist Church the regular the, duties of County Clork, having elicits 'my. slncerest sympathy. Ho AB.ho'fully-covor- s tho ground In said sorvlaes. Sunday School at 9:46 A. had elGlittoennoHJir oxporlenco In but prolongs his slavery. For four statement, wo deem further remarks ing prices net to shippers' the shlp-pJocreok District. , paying freight and drayago. ' E. G. Austin, of Beaver Dam, wan M. Preaching at 11 A. M. and 7 P. tbo office, aud Ffoo.llthat I merit the years he must play tho hypocrite by o charges: elected as Chairman of the Board ot M. Tho Epfrorth Ltague will meet support ot the people.' I respectfully day and cuss and grit his teeth by ' jMreStora ' In tho basomont ot the church at 0:15 submit my caso for your constdorn-- t night.. It is not natural for a man BILL WOULD BAR ALIENS EGGS 50053c dozen. BUTTER Country 15c pound. X 7 Methods "of securing members for P. M. All young people aro Invited .tlon and assuring you that any help to lave everybody, and only saints ARKANSAS LAND OWNING POULTRY Hone 24 026c lb.; ttteKra. Buroau were discussed and to qttond, and become memhors. A you may give me. will be fully appro UllU V.UUUIUUH.0 iry IJJ. lyllUlUiV Buckles, hang like leaden 'weight's fiicided to ask Mr. Browdor cordial Invitation is extended to tho elated,. I beg to remain lb,; it Little Rock, Ark., Jan. 22 Aliens largo spring chIckeriir-2O022Very respectfully yours, to ceSjJback for a visit ifhd lend his general public to worship with us In about' the candidate for. Dfflco. Ho ould bs prohibited from owning land small, 22024c,ib.; old roosters. asstJ&Mico to tho launching ot this the morning and 'ovenlng preaching duck3 24c lb,; .No, yv bill introduced In, Arkansos JA8a,TATB. . nH'?or I1'8 own mstor, butvov-or- y In theIouso undpr aArfcansas. legisl- 13clb.;yQiinEIh,;" ceo3e i'S02Oo lb,';L. "" serviced Jnn,i25,HQ2i; mnn'a''m'an.;- everybody's friend, jHtyjSjjbnt. , turkeys '3Cc of tha' ' T. T. FRA2IER, Pastor. guineas 30c cuih; young guineas 60c at least until tho polls closo. (Advertisement) Tho ature today. 'Mr,Luther King was appointed as Business Agent, temporarily until ratified by tho Executive Board. E. O. Austin, Silas Stovons and J. QUESTION ON WAY A. Caldwell, for Bcavor Dam, Leslie Combs, L. B. TIchenor and B. W. Rial, for Hartford, wore-- appointed as committees to secure tho erection of perAmbassadors In Agreement manent shods, nt these points, to be used as lime stono Bhods whro any Plan To Be Submitted farmer, bo desiring, might securo any For O. K. quantity of stono needed as they aro ablo to handle it. "JAP" INCOME TAX RETURNS BEADS ODDLY STRUNG rt Ro-von- uo 25-2- 6. con-delud- -- - - te . V . - y, ce ; check-wolghm- an - ut 508; $68; re re H! J i i d Bol-lam- y. , or , c 12' - , tl I l ZS JOIN FOR PROTECTION 'Governor Morrow Upholds PJans For Marketing tho government. A large majority of tho congress nt Tours voted to nffillato with tho Moscow International and to aid tho Rusnil their with revolution sian strength.. Tho minority withdraw and called thomsolves tho roal Socialist party of France, whllo the oth-er- s were called tho Communist party. -- FRANCE WILL OPPOSE HALT IN ARMAMENT 1 Of Crops. - MAKING CARBON-BLAC- Nation Feels Safety Lies In Being Prepared For Emergency. By C. F. Bertelll. Jan. 22. Whatever sugges' K ' K i "FrnnkTort, Ky., Jnn. 22 A voluntary wnranlzatlon of farmers for their protection; for the purpose -- or innWng business plans for marketing tholr crops and for establishing .and Treating conditions that will taring ahout actual and honest compo-U(in- n 3n the purchase of their crops law is not n violation of the anti-tru-- according to Gov. Edwin P. Morrow. Tho auestlon of such an organization toeing In violation of the anti trust law was brought to the atten-jUon-ce the governor today by a of the Burl'ey Tobacco Growers" incorporated, who came here to dUcnss the tobacco situation with the vrhiof executive. In the delegation "were Abo Itenlck, of Winchester; Gus .A. Brown, of Mnysllck; C. O. Hemp-Hlnof Doono County; Charles Long, of Carroll County and E. L. Harrison, f Lexington, who Is president of the .Farmers' Union and secretary of the .Barley organization. Tho delegation presented figures canrnlled by tho department of agri culture, University of Kentucky, showing that It had cost an average of 23 cents a pound to raise the 1920 Kcrop, and expressed the belief that .if tho tobacco growers! would wlth-.Jiol- d their tobacco from the market 'antil after an organization had been ..made that better prices would be offered lor the tobacco. The plan of ctho organization is to cut out the 1X921 rop and limit the acreage there-st ot com-.-mlUB, -- Tho substitute for lampblack, is made by known ns carbon-blacburning natural gas. It may.also bo made by burning oil but the oil product Is not so black and la Inferior In tho production In other rospectsi from gas the carbon of carbon-blac- k Is deposited on moving steel channels above the burners, being scraped off by the movement of the cnannels over each other. Scientists now seek a method for producing the black by mixing other gases with nptural gas, hoping that tho appalling .waste of tho old process only nbout 1.5 per cent of the carbon in the gas 13 recovered as black will thus be eliminated. k, Paris, .' THE UNIVERSAL CAR : To The Dyspeptic. Would you not Hko to feel that your stomach troubles aro over, that you can eat any kind of food that you crave? Consider then tho fact that Chamborlaln's Tablets have curThere aro ed others why not you. many who have been restored to health by taking these tablets and can now eat any kind of food that they cravo. :i Fill TKEES VALUABLE v The fir tree not only yields fine lumber but numerous Important commercial products aro obtained from Its resinous sap. By tapping the tree in such a manner as to exclude air from the incision a pitch rich in turpentine is obtained twice as rich as the product obtained by ordinary methods. Besides turpentine the pitch yields fir oil from which artificial fruit flowers are prepared as well as varnish resins, burgundy pitch, medicinal oils etc. According to one authority, the pitch of firs and other conifers was developed a3 a means of protection for the trees In glacial times; In the present warmer period it is a more or less useless waste excretion. -- -- Tho governor said that the farmer .Jbssanuch .to gain and nothing to lose xby withholding his present crop from xihB market until the growers of the rjtaio .had have an opportunity to per-litct after. tions toward world disarmament are mado by Sonator Harding after ho ns- sumes the American presidency will bo blocked by France. Though no 6ffficial statement is obtalnnblo today owing to Senator Harding not having issued any call for a disarmament conferenco pending his occupancy of the White House Universal Service has obtained the definite assurance thnt France will stand pat on her League of Nations declarations not only by refusing to disarm, but declining also to sign any covenant preventing her from Increasing her army In tho coming years. This moans that Sonator Harding will fall absolutely if he attempts to tackle the disarmament problem from tho point of vlow of land armies as well' as navies, which program, it is declared by all experts, Is most essential if the whole matter is not to end In a farce. Measure of Protection. From the most reliable sources I understand that Uruguay, Peru, Switzerland and probably Spain and Brazil, will take their cue from France, refusing to consider disarmament. In explanation of her stand, France will state that tho failure of the materialization of the pact to protect France, promised by the American and British treaty makers, compels her to keep a largo army in order to protect herself from "fuAnglo-American The Ford Runabout A WONDERFUL servant, for pleasure, and for business. And we hope now, with the factoiy increasing production, veiy shortly we will be able to make fairly prompt deliveries with Ford Runabouts. Anyway bring in your orders and we will see what we can do. Do not forget whenever yoii think of Ford cars, to remember that in the dependable, thorough and satisfactory "Ford that is expressed by more than seven thousand dealers After-Service" and fifteen thousand authorized Ford garages scattered all over the United States, that there is one right near you, no matter where you live, and wherever there is one there is the assurance of reliable, economical, prompt and efficient Ford service, where nothing parts are used. but gnuine Ford-mad- e Let us have your order as early as possible, to be fair to yourself as well as fair to us. BEAVER DAM AUTO COMPANY BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY an organization. JJLr. Harrison told the governor that foe Hurley growers In the twenty-si- x counties In which Burley tobacco is produced, aro willing to with the organization by keeping the 3320 crop from the market until the Jarmers have organized. .Alter the conference Governor issued a statement which said, in gtfirt: Mor--tkj- w PLAN INVASION OF U. S. t p "J am now, and have been deeply interested in, and distressed over the fiobacco situation in Kentucky. There Jis no doubt that the price now being for tobacco thruout the state does not represent more than half the cast of Its production. "Under high prices formerly paid Tay "buyers the manufactured product las sold readily and at a very sub- ' stantlal and handsome profit to the ' manufacturer, but at the very greatly induced price offered for the present crop, no substantial hope is held out that the finished product will be sold sit any reduced price. If tho farmer an"d 'tho tenant sells his crop at the price now offered, ho will not receive sufficient money to meet his obllga- .tlons, settle his accounts at stores and "iTjanks, nor to make payments other- wise Incident to growing the crop. "J believe in the right and tho ne-- 1 --- - -- -- tucky to form a voluntary organization for their mutual protection; for 'Ccss'lty of tho tobacco growers of Ken-- v Mho purpose of making business plans for marketing their crops and for establishing and creating conditions that will bring about actual and honest competition in the purchase of -- tholr crops." ."Jfo x - i h Grttit Act Of Heroism Required If somo great act of heroism was ' necessary to protect a child from croup, no mother would hesitate to protect her offspring, but whon It is only necessary to keep at hand a bottle of Chamborlaln's Cough Remedy nail give it as soon as the first Indication of croup appears, thoro are many who neglect It. Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Is within the reach of all and m Is prompt and effectual. -- ItEDS THREATEN AND GOVERNMENT DEFIES In tho chamber of deputies the government was questioned as to why dura Zetkln, n Socialist member of .jtho German relchstag, was permitted " to onter Franco and to speak at the '.Socialist congress at Tours. This started a discussion which led Marrel BSuohln, Socialist momber who had in the jnn.Be nuiiio fiery speeches Toms congress, to announce that the-revolutionary efforts of tho communist party would continue In splto t tho government. .M. Steog, tulnhtter or the Interior, maurorod and warned tho Socialists tftiift revolutionary activity would bo AictpprMMd 'by all 'tho moans nt tho 4iiApuwl of the governmtnt." Socla-Jli- u Cftunju was hissed and shamed at he cud at his speeoh and nt the con-mt- u i,n of ths dabate an overwhelm Au.l,' votes of confldauoa was glveu to 1 i . An anarchist named Fischer and a female companion arrested at Brest were found to possess documents proving the purpose of the Russian Soviets to carry ton extensive .propaganda In the United States. They had steamship tickets but no passports to this country, and with tho incriminating documents they had large sums of money and a box of Jewelry. Thoy admitted having come from Moscow and having participated in the "red terror", in Hungary. The liver loses its activity at times Police say hundreds of others have and needs help. Herblne is an effecto spread bolshe-vlsbeen commissioned tive liver stimulant. It also purifies in America. the bowels strengthens digestion and restores strength, vigor and cheerful WRANGEL REFUGEES SUFFER spirits. Price 60c. Sold by Ohio m County Drug Company. Of all the horrible conditions proia by the great war and the smalduced LONGITUDES LOCATED ler wars growing out of it, that of the BY RADIO SIGNALS from the Crimea 300,0o0 Russians driven out with Wrangol's army by The 129th degree of longitude cast the bolshevik! is the most pitiful. from Greenwich has been legally des They are confined in concentration ignated as the boundary lino between camps in Galllpoll, Tachataldja, and South and West Australia. To mark Islands in the Mediterranean sea. Of this line on the earth experts have these 100,000 aro soldiers and 200,-00- 0 proposed to employ wireless longti- civilians. No nation wants them tude signals to determine an initial or will permit them to enter its teirl-tor- point on the line. France has been feeding most These signals are to be sent by of them at an expense of 1,000,000 high-powradio signals between tho francs a day but cannot continue and Greenwich, England, and Sydney, does not deslro them in her territory. Australia, observatories and received Greece watches them with bayonets. simultaneously by tho latter two. The It has been suggested that the refu- governments of tho United States and gees bo sent to the German colonies Great Britain have been asked, to coIn the meantlmo disease operate In the work. Signals from In Africa. and starvation among them are fast various stations havo been tested. Increasing. Although Lyons, France is by no means symetrlcally located relative to AUSTRIANS GIVE UP. Greenwich and Sydney, signals emanating there have been received at Tho Government of Austria has anhe two observatories when conditions nounced that It can continue no long- wore favorable. er and that it Is ready to turn the country over to 'the reparations comATMOSPHERIC ELECTRICITY mittee of the allies, It Is not a poone. litical crisis; It is an economic Italian newspapers tell about a Austria can produce only a small part system for tho transd of the food her people need, and she formation of static electricity In tho has been largely supported by chailty atmosphere Into dynamic " current. for months. Reduced by tho treaty Antennae bearing n radioactive collecterms from 240,000 squaro miles to tor are provided. The collector Is mines, 45,000 and deprived of her joined to a transformer which Is actgrain lands and most olher resources, by the radioactive matter thru no hope but union ed on tho country sees somo chemical process, It Is explained. with Germany. This has long been apparatus has worked so successfavored, but It is opposed by the al- Tho fully In experiments that It will be lies. The value of the Austrian on a larger scale. of normal, reproduced kronen is about which makes it Impossible for tho DIE SAT 108. country to purchaso supplies abroad. For tho first tlmo in modern hl3tory George Crow, who nt thq time of nn Independent country la ready to tho Civil war, was rejected for pnllst- turn Uself over to outside control mont becauso of his advanced years, to go into the hands of a recelvor. died of old age the other day.TU tho family home In Virginia. He recently cslabraUd his lOSth birthday by FOR FLETCHER'S riding eight myos.ou horseback to tho homo of one of his sons, m y. er newly-Invente- ture aggressions." In contrast with France's attitude, taly will agree wholeheartedly to disarm. In fact, she has already followed up her words by actions and is 0 reducing her army to a total of men as contrasted with France's S00.000.-- t Italy is discharging 8,000 general officers and at the same time the Italian cabinet has agreed to a term of military service placed at a minimum of eight months' duration as against France's term of two years. As for England, It is certain she will insist on disarmament, knowing that she is faced with the impossibility at the actual moment of keeping up with the United States in tire matter of naval expenditures and knowing also that when the end of tho "naval holiday" comes sho will be economically and financially In the most advantageous position to compete with the United States In the matter of shipbuilding which now Is an utter impossibility. 200,-00- faults of owners and operators In tho WHAT DOES A TRACTOR uso of this accessory. In addition LOOK LIKE INSIDE? to the study of magnetocs tho course CRUTCHES AWAY will includo a number of lecture and That Internal oombustlon engines laboratory demonstrations on tho other parts of the machines. All lectures such as aro used on tractors and automobiles aro not complicated Rheumatism And Other will bo illustrated by means of charts analyzed In a systematic way iswhen tho and tractor accessories. statement of Earl G. Welch, extenTroubles Overcome By , DOOR sion Farm Engineering Tanlac Nothing Else Ev' SETS BASKET AT BABIES; GETS 1 from specialist 'n o't Agriculture, FOR tho Colle'go er Helped Him. cl 'tentucky, wno will rAu. Dallas, Tox., Jan. 22 Mrs. M. L. duct a two-da- y tractor school In Otio Leonard placed a small basket, lin- Count'. Feorunry 21 and it. Tho I had one of tho worst cases of ed with downy blankets, on her door- school will be held t Heaver Dam, rheumatism a man ever had, but af- steps a week ago and announced thru under tho auspices of County Agent ter six bottles of Tanlac I threw my Dallas newspapers that the basket M. L. McCracken, tho stato collece crutches away," said Thomas Evans, would bo kept there to receive homo- - of agriculture and sovernl local accnts nnd tractor companies who nrJ,co- 119 West Chestnut Street, Akron, less and unwnntod bnbles. This morning sho took from tho- - operating. Tho school will bo et Ohio. boy tho fourth ducted free of chargo for nil farm-bab- y a "My feet were so swollen at times to find haven thero this week, ers in this county who caro to take It. with- - rheumatism that I could not "I do not know where they camo , a. systematic study of all parts of get my shoes on" ho continued, "and frequently my knee became so swol- from and I do not want to know," tho internal combustion cngino will len that I could not get my clothes Mrs. Leonard said today, "But I do bo one of tho features of tho school, on. I finally became so helpless I know that from now on they will" be according to Mr. Welch. Tho taken care of and that they will J chanlcal system, tho enrburotor sys- could not work regularly. "My stomach was also in a bad go into good homes whero they will tern, tho cooling, Ignition, air and gas condition and 1 couldn't eat or sleep be appreciated. lubrication and governing systems Mrs. Leonard said tho basket will will all bo explained in detail to those to do any good. I took all kinds of taking tho courso. Illustrated lecmedicines, but my troubles 'stayed remain on tho doorstep. right with mo. A stranger saw me tures will bo given on tho various o'j-SVn the street limping one day and ask XT I aubiccta after which .those enrolled O ed me what the trouble was. I told in the courso will bo allowed to study S.U3H313U dOJ him rheumatism and be said I was tho systems on representative types &XQ TCexpiTTIO in tho same fix he himself was In unof machlns which will be available. til he started taking Tanlac. All work connected with tho school COSTS FALL- 11.1 I'CT "Ho seemed so positivo that Tanhas been designed to make prospecFROM PEAK LAST JULY lac would help mb that I began taktive owners and present owners of ing the medicine. The first bottle New York, Jan. 22 Tho cost of tractors moro efficient operators. All didn't seem to do mo any good, but living in the United States decreased phases in tho care and operation of I stuck to it and tho second bottlo be- 11.4 per cent between July, 192Q, tractors will bo given full attention gan to straighten mo out and by the when the peak of the risaslnco 1914 both in lectures and laboratory work. time I had finished the third bottle was reached, and January 1921, ac Full particulars 'concerning the I was actually back at work again cording to a statement yesterday hy courso may bo obtained from County and I haven't lost a dayInce. the National Industrial Conference Agent M. L. McCracken. "I've taken six bottles now and I Board. m feel as well as I ever did in my life. Tho decrease betwoen Docomber, VIOLINS WORTH 9130,000 I haven't a sign of rheumatism about 1920, and January 1921, was 4.C per mo and feel so strong and well that cent. Despite this reduction tho av When D. J. Partello, widely kno$tt I am able to do as much work as I ev- erage prices January 1 woro still 81.2 collector of old violins, died nt his er did in my life. My stomach is al- per cent above tho pro-wlevel. Washington home ho loft $130,000 so In perfect condition and I can eat - Tho decrease between December worth of valuablo speclments of the anything I want without any bad af- and January was brought about famous old fiddle-makerThey intereffects. largely by tho decline in food prices, clude four Strndlvarlua violins In man which averaged 8 per cent during values "I really feel like a brand-neranging from ?1G,000 to $18,-00and I hope some day to meet that tho month. threo Ainatls, ranging from tt,-00- 0 strangor who advised me to take TanTho prlco of clothing dropped 8.7 to ?4.000; a Gunrnorlus valued lac so I can thank him for the advice per cent within tho month, but this nt $2500 and a Gagllano at $2000. he gave me." Item is of less Importance in tho to Tho $15,000 Strad and tho Guarno-rlu- a Tanlac is sold in Hartford by Dr. tal budget than Is food. woro once the property of the L. D. Dean; in Beaver Dam by R. T. Thero was no change in tho aver Duko of Edlnburg. Among othors Taylor, Jr.; and in McIIenry by S. age rents or in the averago cost of in tho lot Is a bow formerly used by J. Tichenor. Advertisement. fuel, light or sundries, although Paganlnl, said to bo worth $1000. mm changes la individual localities woro HOW ARE YOU SPARKING? noted. NEW SCIENCE BUILDING. EVANS THREW HIS Unl-vorsl- ty r-- con-bask- ten-pou- rae-w- ell & ar s. w 0; m study of magnetoos as TREATING KAISER TOO WELL thoy apply to tho operation of farm If tho kaiser Is getting a salary of tractors will be one of tho principal i$25,000,000,a year from Prussia, as y tractor school has boen widely charged, he Is being features of'the to be held at Beaver Dam, Ky., Fob. paid much moro than he is worth and 21 and 22 by Coun,ty Agent M. L. Prussia is bolng At A detailed ! two-dadouble-crossed. Ohildren Ory CASTO R' A i- McCracken In with tho Stato College of Agrlculturo. Tho course will bo under tho direction of Earl G. Welch, of tho Farm Engineer-lu- g Department of tho State College and freo instruction in tho caro and operation of farm power units will bo given to nil persons In tho county who aro Interested. Several local companies are with Mr. McCracken nnjl Itiias been announced that representative types of farm tractors wlllbo available for study. In tho study of inagnQtoes caro will bo taken' (o oxplaln common knlsering ho is no longer worth moro than 40 marks n month. Ho has developed Into a passable wood sawyer, but vett at $8 a cord ho could not make moro than ?C0 a week. Ho is said to be writing his memoirs on tho side. Ho would probably malco more that way than any othor, but certain, ly Pruss'ja shouldn't pay him a salary tor doing, It. IIu might dovelop Into a movlo dlroctor, but it Isn't necossary for Prussia to pay a fancy flgura for his keep in tho meantlmo. Leave him alone and make him bus-tl'fhjmBolf. Los Angeloy Times, or For the sum of $200,000 provldod by business men of various parts of the country, a site hos been purchast ed near tho Lincoln Memorial in Washington. Horo will bo oroctod a $1,000,000 building which will bo occupied Jointly by tho Natlonnl and tno National Academy of Sciences. Funds for tho building are to bo provided by tho Carnoglo corporation. INDIANS PROFIT FROM; OIL Over 2000 members of tho Osago tribo of Indians who have inhor.fed on, rights will recolvo $10,000 apleco this year. Thero aro somo thing worse than bolng nn Indian, especially nn Osage. "Lo" is no longer u poor Indian." I - v jfofgfUMtm- - - .wklr- - -- W - OPPOSES DELAY IN NAVAL DISARMAMENT 1 Borah Says Opponents Favor Waiting As Means To Kill Movement. VB tJ f nri is of the whole nntlon alike, was tho day. The Great Paper of the Southland Washington, Jan. 22 A suggestion bespoken by President-eleHarding "Wo are leading hasty, busy, too of Hllhu Root, formor sccretnry of tonight in a message to tho people of busy lives," ho continued. "It Is a stnto, that n world conforenco on distho South. Pleurisy pdins are located just great threatening blight; it thrcntens armament ha dolayod until nftor tho Tho message written at tho request not only tho mental health of the tho short ribs. Lumbago affects Inauguration of President-elec- t Hardsame region but toward tho back. of Clark Howell editor, of tho Atlan- people, but the physical health as The Courier-Journ- al is ably edited; it is sane and in b, brought a sharp atatcmont to- tho IJallard's Snow Liniment Is tho reme- ta Constitution nnd Democratic na- well. Mero and 'more wo seo mon In night from Senator Horoh, Ropubll-cadignified in its handling of news; it is fearless, yet dy In elthor enso, If rubbed In thor- tional committeeman for Georgia, actlvo business, breaking down and Idaho, nuthor of a pending- reso- oughly it cases pain, fair, in its editorial utterances; and it always will, be relaxes tho mus- was mado public hero on the arrival wo seo the reduced capacity of women lution asking tho President to Inltlnto cles g and the patient enn move about of the train which Is taking tho Preside- for. all duo to this hurfound the champion of clean government. ' nogotlatlonH looking to a reduction freoly and comfortably. to Florida. It follows: Prlco 25c, nt-elect rying, bustling life to which wo aro of navnl building by the United r,0c and "Of course, I havo no message to subjected. $1.00 por bottle. S61d by Some very important The Courier-Journ- al surpasses all its competitors States, Great Britain and Japan. m the people ofMhe South that I would changes aro needed In tho American Ohio County Drug Co, "Dolay Is ono of tho mothods pein equipment for getting the news of the day, because not gladly utter to all tho United school. I think it Is fundamental that culiarly adnpted to killing any profishing it has not only the Associated Press dispatches, but States. Perhaps the South would he we havo new methods of Instruction hardixo gram of disarmament," said Sonator Interested to know however, of ono of discipline and ot training." chu1hk the full wire service of the New York Times. In ad Borah, adding that ho regretted "exambition which I cherish. I want to ceedingly that Mr. Root should throw dition it maintains staff correspondents at Frankfort f St. Augustine, Fla Jan. 22 Tho bo the Instrumentality in establishLame back may come from overhis groat Influonco against tho pro- houseboat Vlctorln, with President- ing convpleto concord of union work, cold settled in tho muscles of that and a.t Washington. gress that Is being made." elect Harding and a party of friends which I hold to be essential to tho tho back, or from disease. In the may bo possible," said tho sen- aboard, left hero "It two formor cases the right romedy is late this afternoon American fulfillment. I roalizo No Kentucky Home Is Complete Without X ator, "and I presumo It Is probable for a leisurely fishing crulso down tho political solidarity of tho haw BALLARD'S SNOW LINIMENT. It South tliat they can stop.tho passago of this tho east coast of Florida and at dusk followed tho unfortunate days of the should ho rubbed In thoroughly over resolution, but they can not stop tho tied up for tho night near Summer-- Civil War. I know how that solidar- tho affected part, tho relief will bo movement.' pVompt and satisfactory. By special arrangements wo are now able to offer haven, twenty miles to tho south. ity has been encouraged on the Price 25c, Counsels Agnlitst Haste With his departure from St. Augusand ,1 think I understand the 50c and $1.00 per bottle. Sold by The Daily Courier-Journ- al m Said good- dcslro to break it on tho other hand. Ohio County Drug Co, Mr Root's suggestion was contnln-- i tine, the President-ele' ' AND THE "1 In .a letter read today beforo the bye to his cares rind virtually went is not specifically a RepubliHouso Naval Commlttco by Chairman Into seclusion for two weeks of rest can ambition. It is rather to be ac- HOME IIREWEHSJIIT Hartford- - Republican IJY NEW DECISION Ho expects to come credited to a deslro to establish Duller. Ho said "ho felt strongly" and recreation: o Both ono year, by mull, for only $5.75 steps should be taken promptly ashoro at two or threo points to piny mutuality of purpose and onethat Detroit, Jan. 17 A ruling by the ness of ambition In America. uflor tho now administration is es- golf, but during most of the trip United States Treasury Department This offer applies to renewnls as well as new subscriptions,, hut to bo out of tho public eye and There is little left of tho e tablished to bring about a general agreement on disarmament, but that to forget the problems that must be hostility and there isn't any occasion at Washington that manufacturers only to people living in Kentucky, Tennessee, or Indiana. Nov saXf for any section of America to pin its of homo brewed beer are subject to "tho precise method of procedure" solved beforo March 4. scrlptlons may, if desired, start at a later date, and renewals will Mr. Harding reached St. Augustine aspirntlons. to the fortunes of one penalty of $1,000 was re.celved today ought not to bo determined until afdate from expiration of present ones. by John A. Grogan, collector of Inter Mr. Harding and his secretary of from Marion shortly beforo' noon, party. I think It Is fair to assume If you prefer an evening newspaper, you may substitute The ternal revenue for tho Eastern Michstato "havo had nn oportunlty to In- made a short cnll at tho hotel which that ail political parties mean to bo Louisville Times for tho Courier-Journa- l. will bo his homo for n month after best for our common country. As a igan district. The ruling stipulates form themselves and reach concluSend or bring your orders to tho office ot sions as to tho way which affords tho he returns from tho fishing trip on Republican, I believe that many of manufacture ot home brew is a violaft ' best prospects of success." Tho for-nl- Fobrunry 7, and played a round of tho Republican policies aro calculat- tion even where there Is no sale or ovldceno of consumption. It was anTHE HARTFORD REPUBLICAN." secretary of state also said "ho golf beforo going abroad tho Victoria. ed to best serve all of America. For did not fool llko hazarding an opin- A crowd npplnuded him when he Instance ,1 bellovb thero Is a groat sig- nounced. The ruling was asked by Gr.ogan In ion" as to what reply othor govern- alighted fron4 his train and later a nificance In tho coming tariff Conof persons gathered at' the gress to bo held in Atlanta. I be- tho case of a Detroit man and the ments might mako to n suggestion number rovenuo collector was authorized to from tho American government that plor to cheer him as the houseboat lieve most cordially in prospering Amvi wue2mtMTZZKV2VTjamii.ujmmirmuutnnwexaa started on her voyage. erica first. I do not sco how we begin action to collect a penalty of representatives bo appointed to a dis$1,000 from the Detrolter, who is 4 can retain our homo markets, upon armament conference. Ho declared Heartburn, indigestion or distress which American good fortune must charged with manufacture and possesthat tho subject was "especially diffi V& sion of beer. cult" becauso of tho disturbed condi of the stomach is instantly rolioved by bo founded and ot the, same time The Treasury Department holds, tions of Eastern Europe and becauso Horblno. It forces the bddly dlgest- - maintain American standards of proaccording to Grogan, that the Detco many nations havo 'special appro- - jcd tooA out of lno bot,y aml restores duction and American standards of Is to penalty as a manustomacn wo and Dowels. living unless Illusions of dnneer acalnst which thov lono ,n make other trolter liable Prlco COc. Sold by Ohio County Drug peoples with lower standards pay for facturer under section 35 of the nawish to guard." tional prohibition act. "The penalty m tho prlvilego of trading In tho Senator Uorah said In his statement, Company. . markets. Ours' is tho best appljes," Mr. Grogan announcing the that if the suggestion for delay had CAST WET PROXY VOTE. market in the world, because we are ruling said "wherever intoxicating co mo from Mr Harding ho should Jargest in consumption nnd the ablest malt liquors have been manufactured, havo felt very much llko deferring, Somo weeks ago Representative to buy. The application Ho3 in a this, regardless ot tho ultimate disbut" ho added that ho. doubted it Mr. Harding "would wish to say that ho Eagle, of Texas, wns visiting at his perfectly Justifiable ambition to make position of the product, it applying In SY CkV a 14 home brow cases ns well as In cases wants delay in this matter until ho old homo In Kentucky, at tho time tho Southland as Industrially eminent involving sale of the product." tho stato Democratic convention was as tho states of 'the North and East. can Inform himself as to condition Tho penalty it was explained, Is "There ought to bo tho flamo' of with which I havo no doubt ho is en- to meet. Tho local delegate decided that ho couldn't well leave tho work Industry here In exceptional signi- similar to tho percentage penalty imtirely familiar." posed on a delinquent Income tax on his farm to attend and so he asked ficance because of your vast natural ' League is Failure. Eagle to go and take his proxy. Th rosources. Your people want precise- payer and is not a fine resulting from "I doubt also" Senator Bornh said, Texan consented to do so and criminal prosecution. "If Mr. Harding would wish to say ho left tho old man reminded before ly the samo things which are found in him: tho natural ambitions of the North that he is 'going to appoint n Secre- "If the Don't Forget It. tary of Stato who Is not entirely fa- up, you wet and dry question comes and West. Thero isn't the slightest know where I always stood." oxcuso for a sectional lino in Ammiliar with tho situation so far as the Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Tho question did como up and Ea- - erica. Wo aro ono people, with one underlying principles are concerned." glo, knowing Tablets not only move tho bowels but that his principal was a flag, and It is folly to allow long-tim- e Tho Idaho Senator added, that If Mr. pronounced Improve the appetite and strengthen votprejudices to stand in the way of tho Root or others would suggest' somo ed wet, his vote being digestion. They contain no pop Cat 'i V tho only fullness of understanding and tho ut the alternative plan which would expedites sin no other, digestive ferment but vote cast. Tho other most cordiality of relationship. and not delay disarmament ho would delegates Immediately strengthen the stomach and enable it sat up and took "Tho people of tho South are Just support it gladly. notice "Who air this hero stranger as much Interested as any other geo- to perform its functions naturally, m Senator Borah said tho treaty of what votes wet?" someono inquired. graphical location In the development NO WONDER HE FLED Versailles had what amounted to a Englo told who ho was and explain of an American merchant marine. Out plcdgo for disarmament, but that two ed that he represented a Texas district of our abundance of resources, out of years after Its drafting "tho most stuTho printer set up a poster to admom AwiuiwywmMwn congress. Tho delegates In sat our greater ability to produce and out pendous programs for armaments ovvertise an address by a. militant sufdumfounded at tho thought of er known havo been Initiated by at Texan brazenly voting n a Kentuckya of our boasted American efficiency fragette. .Her subject was: "Woman: Forty different money prizes ranging ought to come American eminence in Without Hor, Man Would Be a Sav, or tho great allied and asleast four Domocrtlc convention but when Eagle world-wid- e Irom $250 to $10 costs you nothing trado. We ought to send age" sociated power." told them of the proxy arrangement our cargoes from Southland " to submit a title. ports ' When tho speaker called for tho with tho delegate from his old honio Just as nuniorously as we do from Contest xun3 from January 1st to April posters, the proof-readTho Rest Cough Medicine. had to leave r county thoy admitted that tho thing Northern and Western ports. Of town suddenly ,for the flaming sheets 1st. Send your suggestion to the B. F. .', When a druggist finds that his cus- was porfectly right v and regular. course, as n general rule, wo can not read, "Woman, Without Goodrich Rubber Company in either tomers 11 speak well of a certain Her Man, sell whore- we do not buy,, but with Would bo a Savage." Nev York," Dcston, Chicago, Kansas " preparation, he forms a good opinion ' YOU CAN'T DODGE IT. a national economic policy safeguardCity, Seatde, Denver or Akron and It and when in need of such a medl-cln- o ed in protective tariffs wo can buy SNOW FALLS AT LOS when next you buy rubber boots or1 to uso it himIs almost certain shoes insist on the ldnd with the Red self and in his family. This Is why Onco in Awhile Your IHood Clogs tho things, tho production of which ANGELES AND SUBURBS is not essential to our own good for- line 'Round the Top, And Your Vitality Runs. Down many tlruggsts uso and recommend so tuno, and expand pur trado with those Los Angeles, Cal., Jan. 22 Saow Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. J. D. of whom wo buy to supply our own fell in the Hollywood and Elyslan THEN TAKE PEPTO-LNGAdruggist of Jones, a well known needs which can not be supplied here Park sections of Los Angeles today 's Ky., says, "I havo used Romedy In my family You'll Pick Up Again Quickly With at homo. Cough for the first time in several years. "I am suro the incoming adminis- Tho tops ot stieet cars returning to Plenty of lied Blood for tho past soven years, and have tration wishes to see, figuratively tho downtown districts from HollyCorpuscles. found it to bo the best cough medl-cln- o speaking, overy Southern port whit- wood woro white with it. Snow alm I havo over known." . Physicians nowadays take a blood ened by the sails ot commerce and so fell in Long Beach, a suburb, for m test when you aro run down. They know that our carriers are taking the first time in tho memory of the CIGAHETTE PAPER TAKES In your messages of good will and amity oldest Inhabitant. UNITED STATES OUTPUT count tho red corpuscles blood. It happens right along. They along with our cargoes to all tho o stern command of Undo Sam. All fitly men. A full complement f ers SOVIET'S AGENTS AHE Washington, Jan. 22 If you get a aro always on the lookout for Indi- marts of the earth." but one of them beamed with smiles and men was aboard. o EXPELLED FOM AMERICA as their ship steamed past the Statue piece of Federal currency and discov- cations of weak blood. The "K" class ot submarines la t&ev Why? Becauso thoy know when er it is not mado of linen throads of Liberty and out into the ocean. latest type ot British submersible, New York. Jan. 22 Soviet Rus- The only tears were dropped from the the vessels being 378, feet In lonatk. It may not bo your blood Is weak your resistance to don't get alarmed. FOR FLETCHER'S sia's official family In .tho United eyes ot It's duo to another disease is low. Your vitality and counterfeit. Svetlana Martens, with a surfaco speed of twerfty-tsi-kno- ts aulckly run down. persons in all, left born in Brooklyn, and tho daughter States, forty-flv- o shortage, a shortage of llnon threads. and a speed submerged of nisei You can toll when your blood is this country today amid cheering of tho deported "Ambassador." Beforo the war Aha paper on knots. They carry ,, eight torpedo, from hundreds who sympathize, with which tho curroncy was printed was weak. Yoh look pale, feel tired. FEW AMERICANS CAN tubes, one four-Inc- h and ono thrcer-inc- h HEAR OR SEE STRAIGHT tho Moscow government. gun. manufactured fr6m new linen cut- You aro not 111, but you don't foel BIUT1SH DIVEIl SINKS r On the samo steamer wero three BO ON BOABD l'KIUSII tings. Tho war stopped that supply, right. You don't want to do things. The cause of the disaster te emU: Boston, Jan, 22 "Very few Ameri score radicals deported from Ellis nccordlng to William E. Broughton, That is the time to take the well- known. cans can hear straight or see straight. Island, but the two groups did not Commissioner of Public Debt, and I known tonic, London, Jan. 22 British subma The four other 'K' boats hare booBi n builds rod blood It is striking how incompetent they mingle. The EJUs Island contingent rine 5 Commander John A. .Gaines, ordered to proced tq Vigo, .Simla;, linen cuttings havo not since been available In the world market. l 'corpuscles. Physlolans have proscrlb- - aro in thesd directions," Charles W, was huddled Into the steerage, while, was lost with all hands Thursday at whero an inquiry is to be hed. of Harvard tho deported "Ambassador," Ludwlg the approaches, to the English ChanEliot, prosldent-omprltu- s Tho subraarino flotilla formn jams has been necessary, therefore, to In- - i ed It for thirty years. ' n ...i.i Is sold in liquid and University, said, at a conforenco of C. A. K, Martens, led bis official par- nel, tho Admiralty announced this af- of the Atlantic fleet which troduce coiion cuiuhbs. left eurlyr Currency mado of cotton threads tablet form. The medicinal vnluo is Now England educators today. Dr, ty to tho deck and with his wife ternoon. in tho week for a special ejetsq, to. tho sulto do luxo, while his staff The disaster to tho K-- 5 occurred Spanish psrfji .and Gibraltar. The isef inferior quality and its life Is exactly tho same. Take eithor kind Eliot made a pica for a radical transsbbrt.Wltcannot uo launaoreu as can you prefer. Rut bo sure you gat the formation of tho educational system and associates provided themselves while alio was practicing with tour submarines woro proceeding dqwn tucw n "dude's." to obliterate "her dlmpulses," and to with cabin accommodations. tlla,wadej(if llnon throads, and tho genuine othor submarines ot tho "K'! class. cnannoi iroin I'ortsnioutn w'tieti, tnoy n' Some of thoso In the Soviet govern- - Sho submerged and never rose to tho oncpuntered a gale, and took rgi'igc fast The full namo "Qudo's release lnuiviuuaiuy. Government cannot print it should bo, on the packago. "Thero is an extraordinary amount ment party departed '.voluntarily, surfaco again. Vessels of this class In Tor Bay, on the Devonshire coa&t enough, to supply tho demand ot credulity in tho American people while others sailed away at tho carry approximately six officers and until Wednesday. Mr'Crougbton explained that tho ct bo-lo- w , n, chlld-benrln- linen Industry of tho world hns not returned to normal and that tho principal source of raw material, Russia, Is closed, Tho clgarctto paper manufacturers absorb nbout all tho stock that Is ayallablo and they do not caro what thoy pay for It,, h'o said. Tho. Department of Agriculture has conducted experiments in an nttompt to uro flax fiber In, tho manufacture of papor curroncy without going thru tho pr6cess of spinning and' weaving, but the results so far have been HARDING URGES NFFn New Spirit Of fP ITNITV l,ny'" no cclaretl. "Thnt credulity is v...w. 'In flying rumors nnd news of tho the educators must 0 w .Mii.ii II1U UtlUIltlUll Ul Nationalism For In McxNiigo To Alcl Tho South, ; be devoted. It Is a new development, highly unpromising, In tho last thirty years. We aro The Louisville Courier-Jou- r Atlanta, On., Jnn. 21. A n"W spirit of united Americanism, holding It- tlons." self nbovo sectional and partisan diDr. Eliot said physical training visions and making secure tho Indus-tri- was tho most Important movemont of os moro nnd moro becoming subject to rthnt I may call "herd Impulses." gregarious impulses, common omo-- " na I s, Starts off florida i It I I one-han- d ct com-plot- ds old-tim- er N fsthe best Title to this Am-ercl- an . Goodrich Mcteei i on v?! iw er , - Cu-luru- n, N Cham-borlaln- Goodiricli Rubber Footwear aC-fle- Children Ory en-or- CASTORIA Pepto-Manga- n. Popto-Mungn- IC-- Pepto-Manga- en-tor- ed -- Pepto-Manga- Pepo-Man-ga- i 4 ILl4 fc... "' : r t n Kentucky Republican, The Harlford Republican plains, beenIn all probability. In his ho would notosj charged that It was notion Republican politics. Republicans have Weekly by Published HARTFORD PRINTING COMPANY fnot been hoard to complain nnd .wo fall to boo Just why he should ralso a Incorporated X rnmniia about the matter. W. S. TINSLEY, Editor fa this issue wo formerly announce nnd Business MnnnRcr. ihe candidacy of a number of aspir-c ants for tho Republican nomination Entered according to law, at the for various offices, to bo voted for PostoffIco, Hartford, "Ky., as uail oxt November. Wo did not havp cithnatter of the second class. er tho space or time to Bay as much tc about tho announced candidates as Address all communications wo ordinarily would have liked, but jTho Hartford Republican. we may add hero, that nil are good citizens, worthy, nnd tb the best of NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS our knowledge, gained by personal Subscribers desiring the paper sent evto a now address must give tho old contact and observation In almostposiery instance, qualified for the iddress In making tho request. Business Locals and Notices 10c tions sought. So' from our viewpoint jior lino, and 8c por lino for each ad whoever may bo successful In the pridltlonal Insertion. Obituaries, Resolutions and Cards mary to bo held August the 6th will, of Thanks, lc per word, and 6c for if successful in the final election, each head lino and slgnautre, money servo the interest of tho whole peo-pl- o In advanco. with credit to themselves nnd tho Church Notices- for services freo, lc por party placing its approval upon them bat other advertisements, in the choice to be mado August the word. will 6th. There can bo no blame attachAnonymous communications f recolvo no attention. ed to any for doing their honorable best'to win. One who announces, or TELEPHONES asks for a nomination and then fails 59 Farmers Mutual in making a thorough and high class 123 Cumberland effort to succeed, should not, nnd is not likely to win, neither does suctt JANUARY 28 a one deserve to succeed In the test FRIDAY to follow in November. Thoso who aro asking for places on the ticket compose a bunch of goodly follows, ANNOUNCEMENTS men who ought to campaign openly and above board and knowing each of For County nnd District those thus far in the field wo bespeak Offices. for them a spirited, tho gentlemanly and high toned contest. Whether It ' Wo are authorized to announce should be necessary, or even a matter "tho candidacy of the following citi- of good taste for us to do so, yet wo zens, subject to the' action of the Re- wish to advise and warn any who publican party in the primary election may possess such a thing as a grouch, .August 6,' 1921: escape to see to it, that the cut-ois over In Its place, securely locked For Circuit Clerk: and sealed a quiet, smooth running FRANK BLACK Hartfprd n. 2 machine never falls to attract the V. A. MATTHEWS Fordsville. most favorable attention and comO, N. STEWART Beaver Dam. ment. No one wants the other sort. ut T' STRAY STREAKS (By Fluko McFluko.) Wo Just .know wo have somo of tho best neighbors to bo found nnywhere: neighbor frlnstancc, our nextest-doo- r killed a couplb of hogs lost wcok and when wo found it out wo says to 'em as how wo liked hog liver'n things and they at onco eIvo us a ble slue of liver, then wo happened to think of sausage, and our mouth always did water for good, fresh pork sausage, wo Just couldn't keep from tolling said neighbor as to how wo loVed it, tho sausage, and then next morning before breakfast, said nelghbor'scnt over a nice plate of snusago and when we expressed our thanks for tho sausage wo accldcntly mentioned fresh pork ham, and how nico it was to havo and how good nnd overythlng, and don't you know that gopd lady nearly gavo us tho hams, outcm one of thorn hogs? sho did that, sho give us tho hind feet offen which the hams had been, by mistake, severed. No, we didn't miss the bam much nohow. Yes-sir-re- el Great Removal Sale ' MENS SHIRTS Good Assortment of Men's Fine Shirts at One-Hal- f Shirts, last call price $10.00 Shirts, last call price $ 8.00 Shirts, last call price. $ 5.00 Shirts, last call price $ 4.00 Shirts, last call price $ 3.50 Shirts, last call price. $ 2.50 Shirts, last call price $ 2.00 SKirts, last call price $12.00 Fonza Mldkiff says ho has always believed implicitly and with tho most abiding trust, everything in tho Republican, especially sinco John Henry Thomas left It, but somehow, our tory of that high negro, weighing nearly 600 pounds, for whom 25 yards of cottonado was, necessary to make him a pair of overalls, sorter made him sit up and wonder if after all, It was not possible for us to be on certain' misinformed sometime facts and happenings. Fonza says he would shore liko to see tho negro, though, with his own eyes. ot Price $6.00 ........... ...... .V $5.00 . . . ..; . ... .'. . r. .$4.00 $2.50 $2.25 .,..'. .. it ' M K J P i Don't fail to see "The Big Black Face Minstrel" which will bo given at Hartford School Building on Thurs,WINSON SMITH Select. day evening, Feb. 3, at 8 o'clock. 'w. S. DEAN Dundee. This will cause you to wear a smile for days. It Is made up of local tal- -, For County Clerk: West Beaver nt, consists of orchestra and ROY H. FOREMAN featuring all the latest song hits. Did,' Dam. you see the "Womanless Wedding"? Bell's Run. ISOM MITCHELL We intend for our Minstrel to be as SEP T. WILLIAMS Rob Roy. MODE SCHROADER N. Roslne. great a hit given under auspices of Parent-TeachAssociation. AdmisJ. E, MITCHELL Dundee. sion 25c and 35c. Don't forget the E. O. BARRASS Hartford. McHenry. date, February 3rd, 1921. M. F. CHUMLEY JAMES A.. TATE Hartford. 11 YEAR-OLM. A. EMBJIY Baizetown. TO KY. REFORM SCHOOL, For County Judge: MACK COOK Hartford. t Our good friend, I. D. Claire, In his on or about Battle says as how Adam said "It was not god for man to be alone." We dasent start an argument with I. D. C, but we would like to know for certain if it was not the Lord who said that, and not old paragraph 1 ...: ; $i.95 $1.50 $1.25 !...:...." .dam? ( m We havo field fence, rabbit and poultry fence, and barbed wire fence. W, E. ELLIS & BRO. ' -- o- six-pie- SHERIFFS SALE For State, County, School nnd Stnto Road Tax for 1020. 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., nnd 2 o'clock p. m., at the Court Houso door in Hartford, Ohio county, Kentucky, expose to public sale for cash in hand, tho following described property, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to pay State, county, and school tax, duo thereon and unpaid, and tho interest, penalty ani costs thereon: No. 1 East Hartford. By whom listed No. acres amt. tax Gaddis, Munti 20 a ? 10.75 , 13.94' Gaddls, Oscar, 25 a HInes, Virginia, 40 a 2.74 Sheriff, J. R., 75 a 12.38 Tyro, R. E., 1 town lot.... 4.36 Bcila No. 3. 6.60 Funk, T. E., 35 a Hoover, C. C, 50 a 16.19 Sapp, J. II., 16 a 5.76 Sulpbuni' Springs No. 4. Arnold, Frank. 28'a 10.90 Chappell, J. D., 40 a 34 Hlnton, Willie, 123 a 25.95 Wright, J. W., 88 a 18.54 Wright, James, 124 a 18.50 Whobrey, Mrs. Mary E., 114 a 29.12 Mngan No. 5 10.98 Babbitt, J. W., 27 a qiark, J. R., 20 a 10.94 Evans, C. D 74 acres 20.07 Neighbors, Phillips P., 1 a . . 5.28 Sutton, Mrs. M. E., 45 a 4.83 Cromwell No. O 5.08 Johnson, W. C, 2 a 11.52 Westerfleld, A. J., 75 a Cool Springs No. 7. Rnymer, G. II., 90 a 14.32 Taylor, R. W., 177 a 47.56 N. Rockport No. 8 English, Mpnt, 1 town lot. . . . 7,15 Fulkerson, A. L., 1 town lot. 11.02 TUford, Fred1 town lot .. 9.42 8. Rockport No. O 5.08 Bullock, Charlie, 1 town lot. 22.52 Graves, Will, 100 a Maddox, Mrs. Clndrolla, 22 a 10.07 9.65 Smith, Hardin, 82 a Taylor, Oscar, 4 a 9.39 Select No. 10. 32.90 Butler, A. F 150 a Daughorty, J. C, 41 a . . . 7.50 3.78 Flener, Mrs. Florence, 25 a. . 4.3 C Havens, II. D.,i 6.4,5 James, Ernest, 22 a Horso Branch No. 11 16.40 Arnold, Ira, 61 a Cooper, G. W., 49 n 13.72 Underbill, Win., 69 a 15.17 Roslne No. 12 7.84 Brown, T. II., 30a . 5.69 Carter, A. C, 5 a 5.05 Goodwine, J. II., 26 a 1.68 Schroader, Mrs, VMuln, 10 a. Stewart, Miss Sarah, 130 a. . 14.01 W. Reiner Dam No. 11 Hudson, M. D., 3 town lots, . 25.15 Kelly, Ed. F., 1 town'iot E. P. Barnes & Bro. Beaver Dam, Kentucky. McIIcnry No. 15 Likens, Mary C, ISa Young, ,J. B. 85 a . Sinnllhous No, 17. Balton, Herman L., GM a . . Duke, Wm. V., No. 12, 90 acres 3.07 29.93 Duke, D. R., No. 12, 15 a.. Davis, Joshua, No. 1, 195 a. . 6.10 Embry, Lawson, No. 11, 1 clock P. M., upon n. "credit of six nnd 14,91 twolvo months the following describ2.3S ed property viz: "Lying nnd bolng 14.91 County Ky., on tho sltuato In Ohio Hartford and Paradise public roads and bounded Beginning at two black 5.1S as follows: Itown lot oaks corner with E. Williams and C. Evans, Wm., heirs, No. 32, G. Taylor nnd A. L. Bennett; ' a 2.39 N. 1 E. 204 poles to a sweetthenco ,10 gum Fogle, Alva, No. 34, 1 T. lot 7.26 corner to Sam Bennett lnnd In M. Neat's lino; thonco with Neat's lino N. Ferguson, Mrs. Maggjo, No. 1.74 S9 W. 94 poles to a black onk on tho 11, 1 town lot West sldo of said road; thenco S. I Head, B. J. & Marksberry II., W. 102 polc3 to a stono corner" with No. 2, 270 a 13S.22 W. P. Grnves on snld road; thence with his line N. 89 W. IS poles and Howard, E. L Mrs., No. 26 50 acres 9.65 6 links to a Ktone in a small drain n corner to Jubllloo ( No. 99) School Johnson, Mrs. Sarah E., No. Houso Jot. thenco with n lino of samo S.10 and Ford Heirs S. 1 W. 102 to a stono 18, 84 a .. . thonco S. SO E. 112 poles to tho beLindsay, Mrs. Idellor. No. 10, 50 a 5.13 ginning containing ono hundred and thirty (130) acres moro or less and Moorman, (Col.) Winnie being samo land conveyed to said E. 'i 1 (J Hunloy by.Wm. T. Held April 23. No. 1, 1 town loc 1856 nnd being recorded In deed Raymond, Marshall W. No. 18 100a 12.12 book "R" pngo No. 19, Ohio County Clerk's officii, to which roforenco may Ross, Richard, No. 2, 1 town bo had. 1.19 lot Excepting out of snld boundary, howevor, tho following boundary: Tichenor, C. H., No. 23, 65 "JJeglnnlng nt a stono corner with ' 28,65 acres ,. .. E. WIllIainB nnd C. G, Taylor and A. Thomas, Emser & Rachall L. Bennett; thonco North ono degreo Mitchell, (col.) No. 23, E. 95 poles to a stono In Bennett's 20 acres' 5.17 lino; thenco North 89 degrees West 66 polos to a stono; thenco South ono Williams, A.' (J., No. 32 100 degreo West 95 poles acres 10.17 thonco South 89 degrees to a66stono; poles East Wallac3. S. F., and wife, No. to the beginning containing 39 acros 3, 105 a . 2.4': moro or less, nnd being tho samo Withrow, Jno. T., No. 17, 60 a 12.S2 land convoyed to J. H. Hunloy by T. E. Hunloy on March 18th, 1908 and Colored. recorded in Book No. 36, pngo 329, 4.11 Ohio County Court Clerk's office." Carson, Rondor, No. 13, 1 a. . No. The second tract orderod sold is 13, 1 Chinn, Horace, 7.S5 bounded and described as follows: town lot "Located and 3.97 County, Kentucky, situated in Ohio Collins, A. T., No. 1, 1 T. lot on the Hartford 1.40 and Paradise road. Gus, No. 1. 1 town lot Ford, Beginning nt a ,. 5.21 Btone, corner With E. 'Williams and Shultz, Rachel, 4 a .Haynes, Jno. W, No 24, 10 a 10.73 C. G. "Taylor and A. L. Bennett; thonco Worth ono degree E. 96 polea Nail, Mrs. Bell, No. 2, 1 town to a in Bennett's .thonco .. 1.43 Northstono degrees West lino; polos to lot 89 66 ?. a stone; thence, South ono degree Thomas, A.E., No. 13, 1 town thonco 4 30 West 95 poles to a stone; lqt South 89 degrees East 66 poles to tho S. A. BRATOHER; beginning containing 39 acres moro Sheriff Ohio County. or less, and being tho same land conm veyed to J. H. Hunley by T. E. Hunley on MASTER COMMISSIONER'S SALE. in BookMarch 18, 1908 and recorded No. 36, page 329, Ohio County Clerks office. Ohio Circuit Court. All coal and mineral underlying Brent Hunley, et al., Plaintiffs. all tho abovo described tracts of land vs. Notico. together with all rights and priviMay Hunloy, et al., Defendants. leges, as Is provided In Deed of.Date By virtue of a Judgment and order October 14, 1896, from E. G. Hunley, of sale entered in the above styled acr etc., to Smith & Ford, of record In tlon at the November term 1929, of Deed Book, 19 at page 395 aro' herethe above styled court, directing me by reserved as provided in said deed. as commissioner of Bald court to sell The purchaser will be required the hereinafter described .real estate to executo bonds payable in equal Infor tho purpose of first paying the stallments in six and months, cost of tho abbvo styled action, to- bearing Interest at tho twelve 6 por rate of gether with tho cost of this sale and annum from date until paid, said dividing the proceods among the par- bonds to havo the forco and effect ties entitled thereto, as their Inter- of a Judgraont, and a lion will bo ests may appear, IhvIU offer for sale retained on the property furat public outcry to the highest and ther secure tho paymentsold to said ' of best bidder at the court house door bonds. In Hartford, Kentucky, on Monday, Given under my hand this tho 19 February 7th, 1921 (It being tho first day of January, 1921. day of tho regular term of the Ohio OTTO C. MARTIN, M. C; County Court) at the hour of one o' " Barnes & Smith, Attorneys.' er n D BOY-GOE- Stonewall Jackson, son of Mr. Harry Jackson, deceased, and Mrs. Jackson, was sent to the State School of Reform from .this County, this week, Sheriff Bratcher who conveyed the boy tb Greendale, returned yesterday morning. Mrs. Jackson, mother of the eleven-yeFor Magistrate, old boy was present and con(Rosine District): ' The boy WALTER TAYLOR Cromwell. senting to tho proceedings. J. n family, is of an old and . J. N. LOGSDON Roslne. much esteemed In tho Rockport country. This might be properly designated DUKEIIURST as candidate's issue. CHARLIE SMITH Hartford. WORTH TICHENOR Hartford. JOHN T, KING Hartford. S. A. LEE Sunnydale. Hart- BARNETT L. TINSLEY ford R. F. D. No. 5. ar well-know- For Jailer: . E. Fordsville, No. 18 13.38 .Allgood, J. D. 60 a 14.04 Hant. H. P.. 2,town lots 8.05 Harris, A. J.,53 a W. Fordsville, No. 10. , 17.11 Bickett, Nat, 64 16.88 Evans, T. A., 70 a Mason, J. H. (deed.) 1 town 2.92 lot 7.21 Pierce, W. R., 1 town "lot... Sbicvo No. 21 Key, D. S., 30 a 11.38 Rowan, L. O., 72 a 14.11 Olaton No. 22 Miller, Mrs. Mary Z.,50 a,. 11.45 Payton, Llda, B. 48 a 5.18 Buford No. 23 Dawson, L. J., 100 a 24.20 : Mayfleld, Jas., 61a 16.64 Bartlctta No. 24 Hohelmor, Mrs. Mary E. (deed.) 50 a 9.69 Smith ,0. D., 1 town lot 6.76 19.46 Smith, E. K., 64 a Hcflin No. 25 24.20 Crowe, M. W., 73 a Hlggs, W. A., 103 a 64.16 Rlggs, Mrs. Mary, 209 a .24.78 Taylor, JE., 108 a 15,35 18.49 Tucker, Rowan, 50 n Narrows No. '28 , Gentry, Ben, 81a 17.13 18.87 Wlllett, J. E., 122 a Ralph No. 6 6.12 Farmer, Mrs. Nancy, Mldkiff, Clarence, 5.08 Morgan, Mrs. Sarah, 15 a..'.. 5.87 Royal, J. II., 3.9 a 4.65 Herbert No. 31 , Haynes, Jno. H., 130 a . . . 17.21 Hoskins, Henry, 40 a 7.17 Arnold No. 32. 2.84 Hill, Bill, 30 a Rentrow, Jas:, 50 a 7:30 i. Render No. S3 Pouter, Alvin, 1 town lot 6.68 Simmons No. 84. 5.87 Mrs. A. James,. 1 town, lot . . 13.41 Miller, J. L 41 acres Additional No. 35. 7.26 Burden F., No. 6, 30 a. . . . Ky. Oil Roflnlng. Co,, M. J. Copeland, Agt. No. 1, a lease 279.20 159 Guonthor, Mary, No. 20, 150 acres , 12.30 Joslyn & Perry, No. 16, 2 1.95 town lots . . , a . . 30.20 Karnes, R., No. 25, 69 Smith, E. P., Col., No. 24 3.77 27 acres . ., l. trip, and while he doubtless knows Davidson, of Shrove, spent a few days I President-elec- t Harding could have A horse belonging to John Willis gained and held our warmest grati- was killed by a train Monday night. Messrs. Bethell Payne and Edward tude by taking us on that fishing . iN jjioro about running tho government here last week, with relatives. Mr. J. D. Miller spent Sunday with of the U. S. A., than wo do, yet wo n. might have been able to show him a his mother, Mrs. J. H. Miller, of trick or two about fishing, that being our long suit. Mr. Rose! Park made a business trip to Owensboro last week. The Washington Noter in his notes Mr. Isom'Miechell, of Bell's Run, Harding for passed thru hero Saturday. blamed President-elethe overpowering, gorgeous and costMr. Jesso Casobier and family are ly inaugural, that was to be,; and spending the week with relatives at, now said notes blamo him still, that it Hartford. Is to be a simple affair, and I'll be Mr. U. S. Carson, of Hartford, was' d if I believe that Harding In this vicinity Monday. will over be blameless in the eyes of has Little Leola Whltehouse tho Noter, for doing whatever he may, whooplnp cough. or if herdoes not do at all. So what's Mr. Emmett Park was in Owens- -, ! the use? boro Tuesday and Wednesday. Ma-gact dad-blame- If -- .... .... ,.. ... ,..,.... y -- s p: di 16a,... 70a... If tobacco growers drag along, gradually turn their weed over to buyers at present market prices prices absolutely set by a few of tho big tobacco heads, In the face of the Jact that all are talking a big reduction In the crop this coming seaspn, if they do continue to sell, and reduce next spring, they, tho farmers, will most assuredly be playing Into the bands of the very people whom they now see In control. Low prices now, but with the tobacco in the hands of the speculators and manufacturers and the crop cut out next season means millions of dollars for thoso who possess the weed. Again, wo would dare to say to the "Washington Noter that thero is somo little, If not a vast difference In feeding ten oc a dozen unfortunates at the County Alms house and treating scores and scores of poor, demented nnd diseased persons who are sent to tho hospitals at public oxpenso for Just that purpose. Had the man appointed, of whom Mr. Likens com- - BETHEL NEWS. Tho farmers of this place are busy stripping tobacco. Several loadsi of the weed have been delivered this week, at Owensboro. Mrs. Iva Leo has closed a very sue- -' cessful school at Bennetts.'1' Mrs. Charlie Hawkins, of Akron, Ohio, is the guest of her' husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Strother Hawkins, of this place. Mr. I.unio Maples has been on the sick list for somo time, but is somo bettor now. Mr. HUUe Brown Is very low with tuberculosis and heart trouble. Mrs Richard Laws Is vory 111, wt'h tubercuiotls. Sho Is not expected to live but n few days. Mrs. Charlie Smith has beon sick , for several days, but Is slowly lm- pr. vlng now. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tatum, of Ed- wards, spont Sunday with 'Mr. and,' ; Mrs. Frank Maples, of this place. Mrs. Dalsoy Mosloy Is expecting her husband homo from tho Regular ' Army in nbout two weeks. .... ... . ....... M ...... 9a........ .... .- .Non-Residen- t. .... Crowo, Harlan, No. 32, ' v acre's ........ 39 5.13 - , -- - 't Mr A TELEPHONES. Mr. Marvin Park nnd family nro new additions to Hartford's residents. I'.rof. Honry Leach has boon in BASKET DAtU The local high school bfcs'ket ball team, composed' of .EllJs, Dartlottj Williams, Robertson, Crowe, Shultz and Rhoads, nccoiripaaiod by Prof. Roy H. Foreman, wo.it. to TJir'.Instsn yesterday whero they jilaycj tha Uljh school team of that plni Init nicht. Tho Hartford II. S. Quintttto defeated tho high school team of West Louisville, lost Friday night on tho local court by tho score of 33 to 15. Tho first halt of the gamo was snappy and fast but tho last period was rather tam and uninteresting, much f the timo being consumed by whistle blowing. Tho local boys havo a tough proposition fnclng thorn in tho gamo tomorrow night, In tho Shepherdsvlllo net tossers. This team from Shcop- vlllo' Is said to bo one of tho best in that portion of tho Stale and If the locals can get from under In this match, they may feel proud of themselves. SMITH-WOUL- injuries four hours after the accident. JWB Tho deceased young man was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCrocklln, who formerly resided here, nnd was in high standing with tho company who employed him nnd much respected by all. who knew him. FRANK BLACK OUT FOR CIRCUIT COyitT CLERK llorso 1) ran oil nnd Dundco, this week. We Are Meeting The Demands Fair Highest Casli Prices paid for eggs HI WALL TYPE Wostqrn Klcctric, Kollogg, and Stromborg. and paultry. W. E. ELLIS & nno. Lower Prices; . Mr. George II. Drown formerly of Narrows, has removed to Ilouto No. 5, Owensboro. See ACTON DUOS., Special Price ad on local page. They havo some pro-war Frank Black, of Route 2, Hartford, laces his name a oforo the Republican Voters of Ohio County, this week, ns applicant for tho nomination for Circuit Court Clerk. Mr. Black is 54 years of age, a farmer nnd, has never before been a candidate for nny office Ho is a good citizen, and possesses the necessary qualifications to ennblo him to perform the duties of the position ho desires to attain. t WORTH TICHENOR OUT FOR prices. and we'd like to prove to you haw: W much value "Old Man Dollar" has; at our store. Here some of our Yes, thickor Candidates! than fleas and they havo almost "got" the paper 'this week. prices: I Attorney Ernest Woodward, of Louisville, was in Hartford Monday, on legal business. for nil kinds of grass field seeds. Quality first. Soo us And W. E. ELLIS & DRO. DESK TYPE Western Electric and Kellogg. Mr. John Dell returned last Wednesday from St. Louis, Mo., where ho bad been for several dayB for medical treatment. Grabaphone in Walt and Desk Typo Mx. and Mrs. R. E. Duke will ga .to Henderson Sunday, to visit Mr. Duke's .brother, Mr. R. L. Duko and somo timo and has discharged tho du Worth Tichenor, present Jailer of Ohio Cannty, Is asking the Republican CHARLIE party for ,to succeed KEEP THE COUNTY 3 All! himself to that office. Ho is well known to tho votershnd an IntroducCharllo Smith, of East Hartford, tion is wholly unnecessary, as by formerly of Arnold, a son of J. T. his former canvass of tho County and Smith, deceased, is asking tor tho performance of his duties during nomination for Jailor in tho com- this, Tils first term, ho has been ing primary election, at the hands of brought into contact with a largo the Republican party. Mr. Smith portion of Ohio County's citizens, has been Alms Commissioner for whoso support ho seeks. . J Mrs. Duke. JOHN T. KING WANTS Mack Cook, who" is rounding out ing tho mines of tho White Coal Co., TO KB NEXT JAILEK his first term as Judgo of tho Ohio gtvo excellent at that place. County Court, Is a candidate for the SERVICE. , John T. King, of Hartford, Is seek- Republican nomination to succeed Mr. and Mrs. Darnott Tlnsley, of ing tho nomination for Jailer, upon himself. Judge Cook needs no speNorth Hartford, woro vlsltod by the the Republican ticket tb bo nominatcial introduction to tho voters of Stork Saturday and a new boy left to ed in tho August Primary, as will be Ohio County as he goes before the seen by his announcement in this is- people upon his record made during mako his future homo with them. sue. Sir. King has long been a resi- tho past three years of service, renDon't fail to seo tho Basket Ball dent of U1I3 plnco apd known by dered to the best of his ability, in the BATTERIES gamo tomorrow night, between quite a (number of Ohio County vot- - interest of the whole County. and Hartford High School ers. By occupation he Is a carpenThat are mndo for pXn-Er. teams. It ought tp bo a ter and paper hanger, Industrious and O. N. STEWART; ANNOUNCES telophono service " FOR CIRCUIT COURT CLERK capable of keeping the County Bas- will glvo letter satMr. and Mrs. C. D. Cardan and tilo to tho satisfaction of all. isfaction and longer : O. N. Stewart, of Beaver Dam, fordaughter, Miss Sallyefrnma, and eon, llfo than any bat; merly of Select, announces his candiC. D. Jr. returned last week end from S. A. LEE AGAIN IN RACE FOR JAILER dacy in this issue, for tho Republia pleasure trip to Howling Green, tery on tho market. ' can nomination for Circuit Court Florida. S. A. Lee, of Sunnydale, h malt- Clerk. Mr. Stewart has been teach4 Mrs. Eula Fortney and son Karlo ing his announcement for the nomi- ing in the public schools of Ohio Wright Fortney, of Central City, wero nation for Jailer, at the hands of the County for several years, is widely accoming pri- quainted and thoroughly competent tho guests of tho former's sister, Mrs. Republican Party in the REPAIRS mary election. Mr. Leo was a candl- - to creditably perform the duties of C. E. Smith and Mr. Smith, City last dnto four years ago, as will bo re- the office to which he aspires. wook-en, ,. called by many, but was among those who lost in that contest. Ho is an In- DARNETT L. flNSLEY Mr. Gaylo Taylor, who Is with the dustrious farmer and possesses the WANTS TO 11E JAILER I. C. R. R. Co., located near Chicago, qualities nce?sary to tho making tr 111., Is spending fow days hero with a'good and efficient officer. Barnett L. TinsUy, of the Alexanhis mother, Mrs. W. .M, Hudson and o- dra community, has cast his derby MrMludson. JNO. WALTER TAYLOR In tho ring for Jailer, asking the ReANNOUNCES FOIJ. P. O.X3. publicans of Ohio Cpunty for the When In need of mattresses, mat nomination for that office, in the tings, rugs, beds, dressers, tables, J. Walter Taylor, of Cromwell vot- coming primary. Mr. Tlnsley is a kitchen-cabinet- s or anything ing Precinct, deslfcs tp servo the farmer, a young man, energetic' and If your tolephono does .not ring chairs, In tho furnituro line see County as Magistrate from the Ro-sl- capable of discharging tho duties pergood, better lot mo equlpp It with ACTON DROS. Magisterial District and an- taining to the position he seeks. thts permanently adjusted ringer and nounces his candidacy in this Issue, ' m save you trouble. "" Mrs. Stevo Ellis attended tho fun-or- subject to action of ttie Republican RANKERS, BROTHERS and burial of her" brother, Mr. voters in tho August Primary. Mr. GIVEN THIRTY YEARS Kufus Leo--, In Owensboro, last Sat- Taylor, Is a succsssful farmer, forurday. Mr. Leo died In St. Louis, merly served as a member of tho Coffeyville, Kan., Jan. 25 Allen Mo., Thursday, tho 21st. County Board of Education and Is J. Newman, president of the defunct painstaking and competent to dis- Pooples State Bank at Coffeyville, Born To Mr. and Mrs. Ben II. charge tho duties of tbo office he and his brother, Rufus P. Newman, Dennett, of this place, a flno seeks. vlco president, today pleaded guilty to boy, on Monday of this week. embezzlement and forgeries and each Young Mr. JJonnctt will bo known by J. N. LOGSDON ENTERS was sentenced to thirty years at hard Tho ropoted laboratory nnd switch- tho nnma of Allison Durko. RACE FOR 5LGISTRATE labor in tho State penitentiary.. board tests havo proved the efficiency of this Generator. John N. Logsdon, of South Roslne, ShophordsvJUo has dofeated somo arred Rock and fastest high school In this issue, announces his candidaof tho best NO NEED TO WAIT teams In tho State. Hartford wants cy for Justice of tho Peace for tho red to Lay and Weigh subject I havo telephones and supplies In their scalps tomorrow night. Come Rosino Magisterial District, to actUm of the' Republican Party In a specialty of repair out and boost the homo quinteeto. stock. Mako I am in better position to please the comin,g Primary Election. Mr. my customers than ever before. For work. If you need Wiro, Brackets, Will L'ogsdon Is an Industrious farmer and twenty years I have culled and matautomobile. WANTEB-- An Pins, Spools, Insulatorjs, Insulated with horse, woll equipped for tho discharge of ed untlLI now havo a yard of Barred 18 acre farm Wire, Lightning Arresters, Switches, trado position h,o would or nny part for a telephone call, cow, barn and house, located at Be-d- a. tho duties of tho Rocksthat is the per of any. Ky? "What havo you? A write or phono mo. Mutual phono B. H. attain. He is a willing attendant of This year I have mated my fine his party's councils, being a member No. 1. A fow second hand 'phones Mills, 1301 Trlplott St., Owensboro, cock that produced such fine birds 30t3 of tho County Executive Committee last year as a cockerel, with the best Homo phono 240. ' in stock. present at necessary arid always hens and pullets and am ready to furmeetings. MUFFETT, W. G. Mr. J. A. Johnson, wlio has been nish eggs at $3.00 for 1G or $5.00 ' m KENTUCKY. superintending tho tlo and timber REAVER DAM, for SO. V. A. MATTHEWS FOR business of Bond Bros., in this section I havo also mated three extra heaCIRCUIT COURT CLERK vy o and finely barred cock for somo time, has gono to Alabama, The Hartford Republican whero ho will be likewise engaged V, A. Matthews, of Fordsvllle, Is erels with a choice lot of hens and flurlng tho remainder of the winter. out in a card announcing himself as a pullets and am' ready to furnish eggs , . JANUA11Y 28 FRIDAY. candidate for the Republican nomina- at ?;.50 for 15. Eggs for incubator for 100, prices Mrs. Carllslo Render Is expected to tion for Clerk of the Ohio Circuit 30tt roturn home within the next fow Court. Mr. Matthews was born In on application. PERSONAL NEWS JNO. B. WILSON, days from Louisville, whero she has Indiana, but has been a resident of Hartford, Ky. AND SOCIAL EVENTS boen under treatment in the Hazel- - Breckenrldge and Ohio Counties prac wood Sanitorium during tho past few tically all his life, during the past Is tnougnt to sixteen years ho has resided, in Fords, Tbo Owensboro Wagons can be had months. Mrs. Render be fully reoovered. vllle, being engaged in the insurance at ACTON BROS". business and bookkeeping, which es HEAVY SLEET. pecially fit him or clerical work such Chester M. Wade Is lrr Dawson Shepherdsville High as is required by tno uutios 01 circuit Springs, to spend two weeks. This section of tho country was vis Clerk. and ranges at a ited by a 80voro sloct which formed Hartford High For Cook Stoves Monday night and Tuesday, from a MARVIN aicCROCIOAN AQTON BROS. bargain see IS, FATALLY INJURED Saturday, January 29, 1921 slow, but protracted rain. Telophono Game called 7:30 wires and timber was loaded to the 'Judge W. H. Darnes was in Island Marvin McCrocklln, aged 20 years, week, on legal busi- limit, many lines being broken "and Reserved Seats 40c tho first of this nnltn n hit of ilnmacn done fruit and was fatally Injured in tho mines of ness. General Admission 30c many places, wo are the W. G. Duncan Coal Co., last Satother trees. In Informed, the damage was moro so- - urday at Graham. Young McCrockRev. M, A. Ernbrey, of Dalzetown, uot-- ihon of this nnrtlonlnr nnlnt. .- . lln was a motorman for the Company Note The Star Theater and ,u.u .. was in Hartford Wednesday ThS Sun came un brleht and fair., and after throwing a switch attempt. Thursday will rive two shows on this vnatnrifnv mnrntne and nractlcally all ed to bord the motpr, but missed his somo manner and date, 7:15 and 9:00, giving RwHnml Mrs. J. T. Whjtehousd and ico slipped from wires, and the tim- step or slipped in : by, the, motor and four 2, wero bor was also greatly reliovod of its was run over you a chance to seethe game obfiilron, of Narrows, Routo with coal. Ho was rushI l tSffguests last week of Mr. and Mrs. burden, especially whero the sun had cars loaded .' ed to a hospital but succumbed to his a.nd the last show:- a chauco to ponetrate. I.E ffifc, , Acton. v Shep-hordsvil- le hum-dlnged. al ten-pou- Judge John D. WILSon was at the first of this wcok survey- ties of that trust in a creditable man .JUDGE MACK COOK ner. FOR Js-lan- d, r Mi i Men's best Overalls, $2.00 Men's best Work Shirt, $1.25 Men's Stronger Than the Law work SKoesMGO. Good quality Shirting, 20c peryard. Best quality Shirting, 25c per yard e Regular25c Dress Ginghamsrnow20c peryanE Regular 35c Dress Ginghams, jiow 25c per yartE Regular 40c Dress Ginghams, now 30c per yard! Dark'Outing Cloth, regular price 35c, now 25cr UghtfOuting Cloth, regular price 30c, now2Qcr ' T't w "We want to give ouif patrons these so now is the oppor- Ir re prewarprices, looking for. I tunity to get what you have heea f ' Carson vzr (El C Hartford, Kentucky. IK (Sua Price Beginning Monday .our entire line of morning-we placeman safe B Ladies' Cloaks t The open winter has left us with more than we caxe to carry over ,hence this tremendous reduction. Come, look them pver, see the price ticket divide by ,two, then you will have the price they wiH affcalf .price. icostjou. iTiiismeans.our j $50.00oats for . . . . .... .$25.00 Coats for ...$17.50 $30.00 Coats for .$15.00 $25-0':$K50; fl Coats for 0 S15J0 Coats for . . . . . . . .$27.50L Ets. Etc. s $35.00 Sure : We lose ; you win. If you need ! fail to buy, you Jose. See well-mad- ... BASKET BALL - mi sc oloakaiul 1 n V f.. -- 1 L25q 4 ? lf 'Ptxr wirf" !-- -". t V, t ..,,-."-- - fBrtWfW-,- THOSE "BLUE LAWS" (Pathfinder) Now that ovoryono is talking nhout "bluo laws" thcro Is a groat deal of interest in tho original "bluo laws" of Connecticut of nearly 300 years ago. Many perhaps are under mistaken impressions as to tho origin of tho namo sinco tho word "bluo" has como to bo ossoclatcd with rigorous measures of any kind. Tho fact is that tho torm was derived from the bluo paper covers in which tho first collection of tho laws was bound, in 1650. The torm was first used in England, whore copies of tho book made their way and caused much sarcastic merriment. Here aro some of tho laws it meant death to break: "If any man, after duo conviction, shall have, or worship any other God but tho Lord God, ho shall bo put to baggage and ransacking his porsonnl papers and effects In almost every stopping placo. His "guldo," Mr. D'OHer Bald, was in reality a spy. Tho Legion official left this country shortly after tho second Legion convention at which npproval of tho California Japanese exclusion laws was voted and it is believed that tho Japanese fancied that Mr. D'AIlor's mission was official instead of a pleasure tour. MINISTER CONFESSES TO ROBBING MAILS Mount Vernon, 111., Jan. 21. duy Kyle, former rector of tho Free Methodist Church, of Mount Vcrnorin'r-rcste- tl today in connection wltlt the thoft hero last Fridny of thirty-on- e packages of registered mall containing $185,000 in' cash, confessed tonight ho was implicated in tho robbery, postofflco Inspectors announced. Tho Inspectors said Kyle accompanied them to one of his garages, where they located $5,600 more of tho stolon money, bringing tho total amount recovered to nbout $183,000. Kylo also implicated soveral othors .in tho theft, according to tho inspectors, who declined to go into tho details of his confession No additional arrests have yet beon made, it was said. Had Denied Knowledge. Kylo's alleged confession followed a lengthy examination by inspectors. Ho previously denied all knowledge of tho crime, asserting tho money was placed on his property without hl3 knowledge. Approximately $100,000 was recov. ered at tho Kyle home, whero it was concealed in an egg crate, and about $75,000 and $1,200, respectively in two garages of which the Rev. Mr. Kyle is part owner. Suspicion was directed against the former rector this morning when Lo re n Williamson, Kylo's partner in tho garago business, Informed the Inspectors that Kyle had been displaying large amounts of money in the last week. Believe Securities Ilurncd. Postofflco inspectors expressed the belief that the $27,000 in negotlablo ecuritics, which also were stolen, had beon burned to destroy possible clows. The Itev. Mr. Kylo Is about 45 years old and came here seven years ago from Illinois. He was rector of tho Free Methodist Church for three years and for four years has been in tho garago business. Ho probably will be taken to Danville for arraignment. of O. M. Cooper, lovicd upon as tho proporty of C. M, Coopor. TERMS: Salo will bo mndo on a DIRECTORY CIRCUIT COURT. Judgo R. W. 81ack, Oweniboro. Ooiu'th. Attorney C. E. Smith, Hart ford. Clerk A. C. Porter, Hartford. Master Commissioner Otto C. MarBEAVER DAM. Ch'm'n. Board W. T, McKcnney. Clork R. W. King. Follce Judgo J. W. Cooper. Marshal R. F. Stevens. FORDSVILLE. Ch'm'n. Board W. R. Jones. Clork Olla Cobb. Police Judge C. P. Kesslngor. Marshal Grant Pollard. g i credit of six months, bond with approved security required, bearing interest nt tho rato of six per cent por annum from day of salo, and having tho forco and effect of a Sale bond, this tho 10th day of January 1921, S. A. I1RATCHER, Sheriff Ohio County. IRIS RENDE, D. S. m -- St $100 f! M I W profane the "Whosoovor shall t Lord's day or any part of it, by work, or sport, shall bo punished by fine, WILSON VOICES VIEW ON LAST ELECTION. or corporally.' But if the court by clear evidence, find that tho sin was Washington, Jan. 22 At last proudly, presumptuously, and with a high hand committed acainst tho something tangible in tho way of command and the authority of tho President Wilson's views on the FISCAL COURT. blessed God, such person therein de- presidential election, In which tho County Board of Examlnors: E. a Meets first Tuesday in April and spising and reproaching the Lord Democratic entry went down to such Howard, Mrs. Birdlo Mldklff ami October. an overwhelming defeat, has found shall bo put to death." Jones. 1st District Ed Shown, Hartford, Ira its way out of the White House. Somo "If any man havo a stubborn, Teachers Institute Sept. 13th Route 3. commenting upon the Democratic son of 16 years old who will one 17 th. 2nd District Sam L. Stevens, Bear not obey tho voice of his father or candidate's proposed travels made er Dam. mother, and being chastened will not this remark to the President: EXAMINATIONS 3rd District Q. B. Brown, Simmons. 'I notice that Governor Cox is lehr'ken unto them, then shall his 4th. District G. W. Rowo, Center-tow- n. Common School Diploma May 14 iathor and mother lay hold on him leaving for Europe to view tho regions resulting from the and 15 nt Hartford, Beaver Dam and bring him to tho magistrates asnth District W. C. Daugherty.Baize-tow- and Fordsvllle sembled in court, and testify unto late war." "Why should tho governor go so May 21 and 22 County Tonchers them that their son is stubborn and (Ith District W. S. Dean, Dundee. Examination nt Hnrtford, (Whlto). rebellious, and will not obey their far afield?" was the question with B. F. Rice, Fordsvllle. 7tli District May 28 and 29 County Tcnchors voice, but lives In sundry crimes; which tho President made his cryp8th District B. C. Rhoades, Hart- Examination at Hartford, (Colored). tic comment, according to White such a son shall bo put to death." ford, Route 5. Juno 18 and 19 County and Stato If any man turned Quaker he was Houso reports. Toachors' Examination at Fordsvllle, first banished but if he did not stay HARTFORD. (Whlto). banished he was put to death. It was UNCLE JOE'S PUItSE Mayor J. E. Bean. Juno 25 nnd 26 County and also against the law to furnish food KEPT HIM AT HOME Clerk J. A. Howard. Examination at Hartford. or lodging to a "Quaker, Adamite, or Police Judgo C. M. Crowe. (Colored). other heretic." Now the Quakers are Republican convention In At the Marshal E. P. Casebier. Sept. 17 and IS County and Stato highly esteemed everywhere. Chicago last sumer the veteran statesperson who was absent from men Chauncey M. Depew, Every ROCKPORT Teachers' Examination at Hartford, 8G who Is public worship on Lord's day, or who and "Uncle Joo" Cannon, who Is S4, Chm'n. Board Wt?Q. Her. (Whlto). SHERIFF'S SALE. Sept. 24 nnd 25 County and Stato Clork N. II. Bratcher. should withdraw therefrom wa3 got Into a heated argument as to Police Judge S. L. Fulkorson. fined five shillings "for every such which had been .attending political Teachers' Examination at Hartford. By virtue of Execution No. 1200 Marshal (Colored). Ed. J. Bratcher. sinful Some further conventions tho longer. "Why Joe, directed to me, which issued from tho e Sabbath laws were as follows: said Depew, "you know you're only Clerk's office of the Ohio Circuit shall run on the Sabbath day, or a comparatively young man and can't Court, in favor of E. P. Barnes and walk in the garden, or elsewhere, ex- figure In tho samo class with mo in Bro., against C. M. Cooper, I,"or ono Woman cept reverently to and from meeting. convention history. I was at the of my Deputies will, on Monday, tho Noiono shall travel, cook victuals, 1S64 convention and I know NOTICE TO CREDITORS that you 7th day of February 1921, between eg-- "' make beds sweep house, cut hair didn't attend until later." ) M. and tho hours of ono o'clock P. shave on tho Sabbath or fasting day. All persons having claims against "You're both children," observed two o'clock P. M., at the Court Houso No woman shall kiss her child on the L. E. Payn, a member of the New door in Hartford, County of Ohio, tho estate of J B. Swain, deceased, Sabbath or fasting day. If any man are hereby notified to present the FOR PERSONAL HYGIENE York delegation, who had been lisshall kiss his wife or wife kiss her tening to the conversation. "I at- Kentucky, expose to Public Sale, to. same to me, properly proven on or be- Unsolved in water for douches stopv following the highest bidder, tho pelvic catarrh, ulceration nnd inflama mm husband on tho Lord's day, tho party tended the I860 convention." V property (or so much thereof as may fore March 1, 1921 or they will mation; Recommended by Lydia E. in fault shall be punished at the dis "Yes," said Cannon,' and I'd have be necessary to satisfy tho amount of bo forever barred. Pinkham Med. Co, for ten years. 1 cretion of the court of magistrates." to J. B. A hcalinz wonder for nasal catarrh. indebted All persons been on hand too but Abe Lincoln the Plaiimlf'a debt, Interest, and Though the Sabbath s kept beat mo in a lawsuit tho week before sore throat and soro eyes Economical. docosts, and tho cost of this salo) Swain and C. M. Swain, formally Hi eitiioidtaary dcurina and tjennidJAl rmvtr, strictly thero was no great freedom ing business as blacksmiths at Cen- - amiorre.. sue. HI dmjjuii. or pa.p.a tyl and I hadn't tho money to pay the Children VtaaJ. TliePmonToa.iCtioinnr.tkio3.hlM. on other days of tho week, as may be tertown, Ky., under tho firm name of $2 a week board bill even if I hdd A Safe Old Fashioned "A certain tract of land in Oh'o seen from the following law which acwalked to save the railroad fare." County Ky.. near Goshen Church and Swain & Swain, either by note or e applied to every day: Remedy for Worms shall pay being a part of tho tract of land count, are requested to call and Seventy. fiveyeorscontin-uou- s read common prayer (Episcopalian), said indebtedness at once, for tho purknown as tho W. P. Cooper farm: Beuse is the best tcili. keep Christmas or stints day, make "SHIMMY" TOO NAUGHTY pose of settling said partnership bumonml FREY'S VERMIFUGE FOU REDSKIN YOUTHS ginning at a corner of the lands of minced pies, dance, play cards, or can offer you. Dennis Myers and Ed Cooper Sr., and siness. play on an Instrument except the Keep a bottle always on Thls Janaury 10, 1921. Philadelphia, Jan. 21 Modern Jazz tho Beavor Dam and McHenry road; hand. It will help keep drum, trumpet or WhoU. S." CAR SON, the little ones healthy ever brought cards or dice Into tho music and dancing are making Indian thence in an easterly course with the Admr. of J. B. Swain, deceased, and happy. domain was condemned to pay a fine wild again. The roll of tho snare lino between the lands of said Ed i 30cabotteatyourdnisgtrt'aor Ky. 29t3 genernl .lore; or if your dealer drum and the wail of the saxaphone, Cooper Sr.; and the old W. P. Cooper Hartford, of five pounds. can't upplyyou.iend Manama t& and 30c in etampa and we'll Succeed when everything else falls. Women's clothes were not over combined with the "toddle" and the farm, 80 poles to the corner of tho end you a bolllo promptly. In nervous prostration and female shimmy" stir atavistic memories of lands of said Ed Cooper and Albert UNEMPLOYED MAKE THREATS looked by those stern E. 4 S. FREY. Btltocre. Mi. veaknesse ihey are the supreme thence a northerly courso who evidently saw a tendency to too the torn torn and tho shriek of tho. Chlnn; i remedy, at thousands have testified. with said Chlnn's lino 40 poles to a In Norwich tho men out of work much display. It was decreed - th t victim at the stake. So asserted Dr. Henry Beets, of stone; thenco a westerly course demanded Increased relief from the ladies' dresses should be made long STOMACH TROUBLE with tho first line SO poles to city under tho existing poor law. Grand Rapids, Mich., secretary of enough to hide their It is the best medicine ever sold pub-- - Whon the officials refused this a over a druggists counter. and that their sleeves should cover missions of the Christian Reformed tho McHenry and Beaver Dam i the arms to tho wrists. Doth sexes Church, in an address hero today bo- - lie road; thence a southerly courso threat of "direct action" was made T rin in swmi WILL YOU. were forbidden to wear clothes trim- foro tho session of tho Friends of the 40 ro'ea to tho beginning, containing by tho men, who said they refused to TAKE OUR 20 acics moro or less, and being a starve, and additional taxes wore levIndian. med with gold, silver, or bono laco tho samp land .convoyed to ied to meet tho need. This brought A resolution, introduced by Dr. part "above two shillings by tho yard." Hero are somo of tho laws govern- Boets, which would forbid Indian grantor J. B. Stevens and wife as a protest from tho taxpayers that thoy IN YE OLDEN TIME REMEDY ing tho relations between tho sexes: youths and girls from dancing the shown by deed recorded In deed book could not stand any mora as business J H p Treatment modern steps, was adopted and will No. 31 page 4G, Ohio County Court was stagnant. A householder now "No man shall court a maid in perskirts were buClerk's office, known as tho property has to pay more in taxes than in rent. Indian son or by letter without first obtain- bo sent to tho BUsHUFVm 7z for WEAK worn by reau of the Department of tho Ining the consent of her parents. LUNGS or thoso who "When parents refuse their chil- terior at Washington. first asked CONSUMPTION dren convenient marriages tho magistho druggist AMERICAN LEGION OPPOSING trates shall determine the point." for, and inLAAVS persons must Hvo togeth"Married relief sisted on A quick pslns for that tired, iweati, feellnc. flj er or be imprisoned." In cbeit. night hemor having, tho coughs, Kansas members of the American rbairei. weak limit or contumollon. If It doit "A man that strikes his wife shall g o n u i n o sot htlp yoa tl coats you Dothlat. e S3 "be fined 10 pounds. A woman that Legion are in the throes of a strugCharleston, Miss. Mrs. R. V. Heins, of this place, G o I d o n OHIO MEDICAL CO. Lock box 016 gle as champions of the cigarette. til "1 have never had to use very much medicine; says: strikes her husband shall be pun COLUMBUR o Medical Tho fight is centered nt Topeka where ished. M because if I felt headache, dizziness, or colds, bad taste Discovery tho local post has urged the repeal IT) in the mouth, which comes from torpid liver, I would nut un bv of tho Kansas law prohibiting tho take a dose or more of t, and it would Dr. Piorco over fifty years salo of cigarettes. Dr. William A. fff straighten me out and make me feel as good as new. ago. Dress has changed very LI McKeever, of tho University of Kan much sinco thenl But Dr. Pierce's jy We have used in our family for years sas, author of tho law, For Infants and Children medicines contain tho samo de and leading opponent pendable ingredients. They are THEDFORD'S In Use ForOver Years stand, has appealed to of the Legion's tho standard today just as thoy wero Always bears to "turn aside from the selfish cigarfifty years ago. the ette and come out on tho sldo of Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Signature of Discovery for tho etomach and Christ and Ka.isas" and has proposed ht blood cannot bo surpassed by any a debate with the Legionnaires on the 3VOLLEH SPIED ON remedy today. question of the cigarette as a menace. BY JAPS, HE SAYS .Legion member., la a recent rsolu- Dr. Pierce's Favorite Preacrin- tion for weak women has nover tlon, asked Governor Allen to urge and it certainly is the best liver medicine I ever saw. Pcelr!jrht all tho time. Don't lay of Franklin D'Ollor, Past National 'the renni of thr, nnM.,.inr0r,n i been equalled for tho distressing It has not only saved me money, it has helped keep my from work for days By taking calomel vyumiminuur oi mo American region, complaints incident to womansystem in shape, and has never weakened me as so when pleasant Z.iV.Vrr-u- x keeps yo who has Just returned from a trip to hood. What others say: A REAL HAIR GROWER on your feet, whilorollovingyourtroul many physics do. I recommend it to my friends and am tho Orient, recently related details Covington, Ky. "I have taken lo. Safer too, and easy to tako. Donl glad to do so." is the old, reliable liver or now no was constantly under the tako anything else. You can't afford "Sinco tho country wont dry." re medicine which you have doubtless heard much about. five bottles of Dr. Pierce's Golden it. Eliminates poisons, cleanses By survoillanco of supposed agents of marked former Representative La QuWhen you feel badly all over, stomach not right, bad tern Medical Discovery and onTprpud of ural and relievca constlnnHnn .. A nit. elle Jnpanoso government during his ardia, of N. Y at a banquet the y remedy, natural in its actions, bum taste in your mouth, bilious, or have a headache, try In II. n(Tn.( uuu ....I .4 .if In that country. my good health. Every winter I u u ctivtb n..l er day, "I understand that thero are in results, it Thedford's At all Druggists. won't bo Ions boforo Uo- Basing thoir action on tho rldlcu-- . soveral states whero a certain brand wiff would havo three or four spells of corapioieiy cnspiaco calomel ox in evorl lous assumption that Mr. D'Olier was of hair tonic has become qulto popu-i- n La Grippo and I used to get such nomcf Children can tako it freely an Always Insist on Genuine! tho country to organize American lar for beverage purposes. And, as r.very Doitto weak spell3, but I am stronger now ntui raiTO buiciv. in bottles Nori veterans into a resorvo, tho Japanese a good hair tonic should, this ono Hi 60c and $1 1.77 than I over was in my life." Mrs. KtHiuinowiinouE mo iiKenesa ana sten according to tho National Command- - gives those who use it a furred turo of L. K. Grigsby. For salo by r ' tfir, made a practico of searching his tongue." . Ida Hiles. 1532 Banklick Street. t, M, WILLI A Ml, to-w- it: death." The readers of thli paper will be pleated to learn that there U at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure In all Its Biases and thnt Is catarrh. Catarrh being greatly conditions Influenced by constitutional requires constitutional treatment. Ilall't Catarrh Medicine Is taken Internally nnd nets thru the Blood on the Mucous Surfaces of the System thereby destroylnR the foundation of tho disease, giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and assisting nature In doing Up work. The proprietors have so mucl. faith In the curative power of Hall's Catarrh Medicine that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that It folic to cure. Send for list of testimonials. Address P. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Druggists, 75c. Reward, $100 SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of execution No. 1208, directed to mo which issupd from tho Clerk's of.'icc of the Ohio Circuit Court, in favor cf Atn'inda Gibson vs. W. Hcrbort Gibson, I, or ono of my deputies will, on M'inday, tho 7th rtiv of Fohrunry 1921, between tho toursof 1;D o clerk P. M., and 4 00 t. M., at tho court houso door In Hartford, Ohio County, Kentucky oxpose to.salo, to tho highest bidder, tho following proporty, or so much thereof as may bo necessary to satisfy plaintiff's debt, interest and cost, and tho cost of this sale, "Two lots of ground in tho town of Hayti, Ohio County, Kentucky, shown and designated on tho plat of said town on file in tho offlco of tho County Court Clerk, as lots Nos. 33 and fronting on the South and 210 feet on Lowallen Street, bounded on tho East by No. 34 or tho Boundary Eldson lot, and on tho North by a lint running S. 70 W. 210 feet to tho corner of No. 32; thence with a lino thereof S. 1C5 feet to Levalien Street, containing something over ono acre more or less, be ing tho samo property convoyed to tho defendant, W. Herbert Gibson by C. H. Tlnsley, 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 tho proporty of W Herbert Gibson. Said salo will be made on a credit of six months. Bond with approved ' security required, bearing Interest at tho rate of 0 per cent per annum from the' day of salo and having tho force and effect of a salo bond. Witness my hand this tho 14th daj of January ,1921. S. A. BRATCHER. Sheriff, Ohio County. By FRAN KTICHENOR, D. S. : tin, Hartford. Trustee Jury Fund Cal P. Koown, Hnrtford. 1st Monday in March IS days Com'th. and Civil. 1st Monday in May 12 days Civil. 1st Monday .in July 13 days Com'th. and Civil. 11 days OFFICIAL SCHOOL CALENDAR 3d Monday in September FOR PRESENT YEARi Civil. 4th Monday in November 13 days County Board of Education E. 8. Com'th. and Civil. Howard, S. S. O. C. COUNTY COURT. , Div. No. 1 R. A. Owen, Hartford. foots first Monday In each month. Routo C. Judgo Mack Cook. Div. No. 2. II. C. Lako, Fordsvillo. County Att'y. A. D. Ktrfc. Clerk W. C. Blankenshlp. Dlv. No. 3. Claud Ronfrow, DunSheriff S. A. Bratcher. dee. Superintendent E. S.' Howard. Div. No. 4 Robt. Goff, Roslno. , Jailor Worth Tichonor. Div. No. 5 Otis 'Stevens, Beavor D. E. Ward. Tax Commissioner Dam. Bnrvcyor C. S. Moxley. Coroner E. P. Rodgors. Div. No. G Nat Llndloy, 33, . n. Stnto-Teacher- "No-on- Every Wants Mothers use " V mfs me (nl X day-wa- to-w- it: J For ike TGl ILUI fkWPttlt "No-on- (J Jew's-harp- ." Bit I rs nai law-make- par-rall- ol J shoo-buckle- s, 1 C oo ML GERMINAL A T EVER BILIOUS? Black-Draugh- Mm SHBylG' FORGONE MONTH n wW I I CASTO R rA w USE V-VER-- anti-cigaret- te 30 m&& black-draug- For Lazy Liver anil the Troubles of Constipation. . at Black-Draug- ht oth-sta- Black-Draug- 2 ht. Ve-L- the jniar-anteed- , fclJUaWBB Hutted ' K .v "tmimimti, ' rt)ilait.jiiy:rw"lo FARM DEPARTMENT. County Amcwiw Atlnt In Collect- Iiie I'n rm .Sli'tMlcs, Tho nnnual collection ot basic statistics, prlncliinlly tho planted to each crop, by coununder ty assessing otticors Stato laws, Is now carried on In 21 States nnd has boon ot groat benefit. Tho wido adoption of this plan resulted from tho oxporlenco during tho war cmergoncy, when States llko Kansas with Biich laws in oporatlon, wero ablo data regarding to obtain definite county food and feed production and supply, while other States suftcrod great anxiety. Inconvenience, and damago from tho lack of such knowl-edg- o. agrl-cultu- ro keen nml how to mnko iiro of thorn. Farmer j Bulletin 611 suggests tho Hurt v . ot accounts most needed. how Inlportnnt because statistics nro looked upon ns dry and not interest' ing news matter. Tho growing uso of tho crop reports, coupled with tho fact that tho offices of the agricultural statisticians nro visited dally hy nowspapor ro porters seeking such news mattor, Indicates tho growing lntorost In croi estimates, IU States Given Federal Aid in Wn1 On Hog Cholera. Tho United States Department Agriculture during tho last fiscal ye cooporated with 34 States In lnve-gating reported outbreaks of lit cholera, administering treatment, venting tho diseaso from spreadih and stamping out tho contagion pprovcu methods ot cleaning and Un infecting premises, pons, nnd yards, hogs had Been whero cholera-sic- k held. In addition, Bureau ot Animal Industry veterinarians conducted assisted veterinary practitioners In Improving their tochnlQue and conducted general educational work. During tho greater part of tho year, 140 veterinarians devoted their tlmo to tho control ot hog cholera, but In tho last quarter, when it became evident that such activities would be curtailed during the fiscal year 1921, owing to lack ot funds, tho number of veterinarians was reduced. For tho samo reason It becamo necessary to reduce the educational part of tho work. J rs Grcnt Ilctiinis Kanicil by Bojs' nnd Girls' Clubi. Supervision of boys' and girls' poultry clubs by tho United States iJopartme.u ot Ag..cuUu.'0, in coop- oration with State agricultural colleges, was continued during tho Inst fiscal year In soven Stat.s, whoro there wero 1,180 clubs with 29,430 mombers, of whom 12,786 mado reports from which tho following totals havo been compiled: Eggs set, 731,709; chicks hatched 510,478; valuo of products sold $94,791.32; valuo of stock on hand, $382,277.37; exhibits held, 712; members exhibiting, G.C15; prizes received, $9,681.11. CALL ON US For Letter Heads, Note Heads, Statements, Envelopes, Sale Bills, are prepared to furnish you most anything you may desire in the way of Paper and Printed Matter. In fact, we i a f Business and other Cards. r t f( V Tho crop reporting service of tho .Marked Growth In Dairying Shown Bureau of Crop Estimates, United In Southern States States Department ot Agriculture has In tho Southern States tho work encourago-me- nt given full asslstanco and conducted by the Dairy Division, U. S. to this movement, because data Department of Agriculture, to prosecured in this mannor furnish tho mote dairying and tho consumption best check yet devised on tho accu of dairy products has shown marked racy of Us cstlmat.es and pormlt an results. Tho efforts last year wero nnnual revision of any biased or erdirected largely toward Increasing t roneous estimates, Instead of allowuso of milk and dairy products on ing inaccuracies to accumulate In tho the farm thru campaigns for cows on annual forecasts during the 10 years every farm, and improving farm dairy tho Bureau of Crop Estimates, monthproducts by practical demonstrations ly, of county nnd district estimates in schools and in farm kitchens. In Intervening between Fedoral censuses. demon Louisiana 274 cottage-chcos- o It will also permit tho lssuanco by demonstrations, 207 butter-makin- g for Important products, which would strations and 236 demonstrations pn be unsatisfactory without such an anmilk products wore made, and 26 ' nual check. meetings wero held. Ae a result, It is hoped by department statistifnmlllcs wero reported as using cians that such a law will bo speedily moro milk, 178 cows wero brought enacted In every State. Tho benefits In where there were none before, 34 of such full and dependable data boys' and girls' clubs wre organized, tho Stato and each county an- Left-Oveof Cereals What to do and much improved dairy apparatus nually nro very great to agricultural was purchased. With Them. producors and to all business Interests cup of ' In South Carolina the activities reWhat can Do dono with the affected by farm output and purchas- cooked cereal left from breakfast? sulted. In tho increased uso of milk in A power. ing Tho economical housekeeper dislikes 1,384 families and in the purchase ot 73 family cows. 60 demonstrations to throw It out, but how can she use Kilctlon Notices Sorted To Wood-Chuc- k It so that her family will like its sec- were given in butter making and 38 nnd llcntcr. ond appearance at tho family board? In making other dairy products. woodchuck would chuck wood Tho following solutions ot the prob"If a always" and leave root crops, clover, lem aro offered by tho home econo GOODBYE HIGH HEELS IF UTAH BILIi PASSES .and alfalfa alono ho would not now be-i- mics specialists ot tho United States troublp with tho Buroau of Biologi- Department ot Agriculture. Salt Lake- - City, Jan. 18 Tho text Remnants of cereal breakfast foods cal Survey, United States Department d of Agriculture. Tho woodchuck com- may often be utlllzedMn ranking scal- of tire bill to prohibit mitted tho error of believing that tho loped dishes, souffles and omelets, In shoes In Utah was made public today . introduction of theso crops Into tho thickening soups or grav!c, in! mak- at a meeting of representatives of Northwestern States constituted an ing muffins and griddle cakes, and women's clubs In conference with leginvitation to tho whole 'chuck family In many other ways. Alsi (hey can islators at the capltol. Tio bill Is so far reaching that the to como and dine. The depredations sometimes be reheated or 'Dinned and Inflicted by tho animal in tho North- added to a new supply. The practice person found with a pair of such of boiled hom- shoes In his possession 'is subject to a GROWLING' MOUNTAIN western States and In New England ot frying the aro causing heavy losses, especially iny or of cornraeal mush is as old as flno of from $24 to $500 for tho first LYY BE CAGED VOLCANO to truck growers and gardenors. In the settlement of this country, and conviction, and from $500 to $1,000 vegetho nursery song about tho "bag pud- for overy additional offense, and immanyjnstancos wldo strips of Winston-SaleN. C, Jan. 22 tation around tho edges ot the fields ding the queen did mike" from King prisonment of from 30 days to one An Investigation of Flat Shoal Mounhave been totally destroyed. The Arthur's barley meal shows us that year. It Is drawn to taKo eneci on today by residents The tain was demanded Biological Survey sent to thoso sec for centuries other cereal puddings and after January 1, 1925. of Stoke County, this State. tions whero tho ravages wero sorlous navo Deen treated In the samo way. height of heels permitted is one and Dwellers in the vicinity charge 'oatmeal oysters" small a halt Inches. representatives to glvo eradication jn that it has rumhled and growled at . mm cereal nro demonstrations to tho farm owners. ( portions of- the left-ovintervals for a year, wrecking their "Woodchucks are resourceful creatures dippj jn eggs and crumbs and fried, .METHODISTS TO SPEND peace ot mind. -, MILLION IN PHILIPPINES andeaslly adapt themselves to chang- The use of leftover,rlco and other Tho sound was like distant blastThis characteristic cereals in croquetes, 'puddings, otc, Is cd environments. ing they said, and evergreens and do- - wen Manila, P. I., Jan. 22 One million known. has led tho bureau specialists to on the mountain were dying. and a quarter dollars will be spent trees cold cooked farina or similar vise now methods ot control .which Fearing they might have a cagreal may. bo utilized" in the',followlng In the Philippine Islands by the Meth boon proved successful. volcano to deal with, the citizens odist Episcopal Church in the next ed '.. v By doing what tho wooacnucK way: asked that Government earthquake five years, according to Dr. Joseph F. Farina Pudding would not do, tho beaver has made experts bo sent to look Into, the 1 cup cold, cooked farina, Cottlngham, conference evangelist ot himself an unwolcomo tenant in some disturbance. , 1 tablespoon cornstarch, tho local Methodist mission,,who has jiarts ot tho Northwest. The beaver's wood, timber, and an 1 egg. just returned to the Islands after willingness to cut 400 GRAFTS ON ONE TREE. 1 cup milk. absence of two years. orchard trees led to sorlous dnmuge o tlmborlands. 500 3 cup sugar. The mission plans to erect In somo orchard and An npplo tree, originally a Bon 2 cup seeded raisins. buildings nnd ta participate in the tho woodchuck, however, tho beaDavis, at the Ohio agricultural exanimal, and his 8 teaspoon cinnamon. construction of two educational in ver is a valuablo fur periment station, Wooster, O., has propagation Is encouragod, so tho '. A speck of ground cloves. stitutions. 400 scions of different apple varieagainst tho 'chuck A little salt, if desired. methods omployed While back home in tho West somo ties growing on It. The tree is used could not bo used In tho caso ot tho . Bake In a medium oven until brown senator solely for testing seedling apples boaver. Tho Buroau ot Biological or heat on top ot the stove. Dried figs months ago a prominent Survey has solved tho problem by ar or datos or stewed fruit inay be sub made a speech on tho league of na- grown in various parts ot the state. tions. He had a packed house and, Fruit from each graft Is carofully ranging with tho Stato game officials stituted for the raisins. martho capture, ot beavers and their i Boiled rice and! pearl barley are of though his hearers represented about tested for appearance, quality tor thoy can ton USC(j jn soup, and thore Is no rea every shade of opinion or tho leaguo ketability and culinary qualities. removal to streams whero multiply without enuangorinn "- -, son why small quantities of coarse quc&tlon it was noted that they ap THE COUNTRY'S REAL NEED samp or any other cereal which will plauded his remarks hpartlly from ablo timber supplies nnd crops. keep Its shape fairly well should not Mart to finish. Seme tlmo afterward, InThe question of what tho country Under favorablo conditions cowpeas . bo used up In tho same way. Slmllnr- - ibe story goes, a curious citizen hay will sprout. ly, remants of macaroni broken Into quired of a man who had hoard tho needs to remedy the many Ills from .aftor being cut for put it on again from tho base. Considerable small pieces may be used in the place speech how it happened that, It met which it Is suffering and second crop of of vermicelli or other special soup tho approval Of uvarybody, as it seem- Its feet again was being discussed at pasturage or oven a some length In the senate ono day. hav or seed Is sometimes procured, pastes. Such practices serve the dou- - ed to havo done. "Well, you see," tho man replied, After listening to numerous diagnoses coast region, if ble purpose of using material that ospeclally In the Gulf Marminand prescriptions good molsturo conditions follow tho would otherwise be wasted ana ot "the Benator put In the first 20 Ordinarily, however, giving a little variety to a simple diet utes arguing for tho league. Then ho shall leaned ov,er and in an audible first cutting. talked 20 minutes against the league. whisper to his assistant secretary exbut n slnglo cutting can bo obtained. by Inexpensive means. Oatmeal cookies, a toothsome and and then he gavo the las? five minutes pressed the opinion that "what this country needs is a really good five-ce..Popularizing Agricultural Statistics wholesome sweet'for tho school lunch ot rebuttal." . cigar." may be made of 1 egg, 3 cup granuWith Charts. , was mado dur lated sugar, 1 cup rolled oats, 2 tea- IA. UNIVERSITY TO DIG Substantial progress DUTCH "DRYS" ARE ACTIVE FOR RELICS IN PALESTINE ing iin inst fiscal year oy me uu- - spoons melted fat, 4 teaspoon salt. United States Boat the egg, add sugar gradually, . reau ot Crop Estimates, Tho "dry" forces in Holland have Philadelphia, Jan. 22 Announce Drop a Department of Agriculture, In tho and stir in other ingredients. ment was made today, by tho Univer succeeded In putting thru a bill pf spoonful at a time on a preparation by the field statlstclans the tax on spirits 150 per sity ot Pennsylvania Museum that It bake In a moderate oven. .special articles, charts, maps, and ex- tin and has decided to begin excavations In cent and that on, beer 100 per cent. showing tho hibits ot various kinds Beth-Shain tho Val The new tax will make spirit? practioutstanding features bf tho crop con- Keep Ncccvwry Accounts nnd Know Palestine at next June. cally prohlbltivo for the poor. Tho How To Uo Them. ley of Meglddo, wields, supply, ditions, prospoctlvo Permission has been granted by present tax on beer is only a fracIn making a record of tho farm The advantages stocks, and prices. tion of a cent a glass and tho Increase business, the item ot labor lncomevcan the civil authorities, tho announceof presenting agricultural statistics will affect the prjca very llttje. be determined accurately without ment said. not nnd estimates In those forms arp reaThe site bns boen excavated and It facts in somo system ot accounting, Some dily seen. While Important SHAPES OF HUMAN HAIR. will roqulro accounts show- is oxpected that many relics will bo au article or tablo may not be gen- farmers amounts expended for labor, found which will throw light" on the oven by ing tho erally road or understood, Scientists tell us ot a striking gen, on the amount paid for feed; oarly history of Palestine. persons Interested financially, thoy others between tho eral correspondence and still others nil th nniount recelv. can bo presented by means ot charts, jhapo of tho heads of different races A MOSIAO UTTERANCE. crops 3old. A memorandum of maps, graphs, and diagrams, which ed for n ot liiaiiKind aim ino such IteniJ wl'.Uprovo valuabla wnon aro really pictures, in striking forms It Is truo. as wo are glad and proud slrapo of tho hair covering these recomes to calculalo the year's easily underwood by the average man. tho time nlay- - spective heads. For Instance, tho news business. Thomater of farm ac- tr, imiisvn thnt tho United States Because of Its attractiveness as i a loading part In brlncing the war average American's bead Is oval In counting, according to. tho specialists matter, such mntorlal secures very says Senator Moses, shapo and his hair as shown by tho nowspapers, ma- who havi studied" ho, problem, Is not to a closo. "But" Avldo circulation thru dependent upoany particular form "I do not believe that a man whp microscope, is oval In cross section. gazines, farm Journals and tho llko, real secret of suc- rescues a girl from thosurf must The negro's head s moro or less obshnplo or blank Jiook-Stf- ia, which aro dlslucllnod to print ' longroughly oblong square and ku)vllis What accounts to necessarily marry her." matter cess lies la statistical tabhs and text, no 2,-6- 89 BLANK DEEDS, MORTGAGES, Ac, I2T STOCK. have something to SELL or anything to ADVERTISE try an "ad" in THE If You con-corni- ng HARTFORD REPUBLICAN. Hartford Printing Company INCORPORATED , high-heele- HARTFORD, KENTUCKY his hair is similar In cross section. This peculiar shape is responsible for its kinky nature. Tho Chinaman's head, which is round, is covered with cylindrical hair. i left-ove- rs DIPLOMATS IGNORE KING. When King Constantino appeared before the Greok assembly to read hl3 first message not a diplomat was pres ent from any ot the allied countries. The. American minister likewise reOnly six Venezellst mained away. representatives appeared, 90 absenting themselves. The king recommended In his message the popularization ot the constitution and the creNow Greece has ation ot a senate. but ono legislative chamber, the government of 200,000,000 drachmas of paper currency priced without the consent of the loan commission. The ministers have also decllnod to visit tho palace of the king TO PROBE CAUSE OF GLACIAL PERIOD - er ' vo Un-llk- A special geological Investigation of the valleys of the Hudson, St. Lawrence and Connecticut rivers hast been undertaken by a Swedish geological expedition, headed by Baron do Geer, under the auspices ot the foundation. Particular attention is to be given to fix ing the dates of tho first appearance of man in the three valleys and to substantiation of tho theory that cli matic changes rather than volcanic "boule." 1hn dlriomats from the r.l'ied coun- disturbances were responsible for the tries denounced the uso by the Greek passing of tho glacial period. American-Scandinavian IKct. Contents 15PluidT)x fTrTTTllliTAiL-- l -"" GASTORIA For Infants and Children. ' Mothers Know That Genuine Castoria o Tino ripNT. AVr.fsSfcPrMafau'aafiffAj-. J min . ..nn. iff . 1 Almo-Tr" a Vice-Preside- nt !::i:r..UhI.Fnnd fesSS Htaerm.NoTNAncoTic, TWtnrPromoWDlfcsfottJ fffPrfii!npanaKC5UAw- "neither OpIttm,Morphlflenor. fwEcuU il XMJ M Bears the w u Hm nt aaroaijcsixzuoaes JbcJuUi 7lW In Senna well-greas- && TtintSint n, SEc: rwciiVT mi B."'i k i.fnfiilRme(iyfor mi "fl Jef1: 1!!.eS5 L ConsUpatlonnndDlarrhocJ. Toss OF SLUE? rcaiUinSihOTffOinjmMaMy-racSimncSKnatwec jHrCEHTAVaCOMWSS andFcvcrishncsswul I l M Use dM&i -- For Over Vf Thirty Years H cross-secuo- I K5S wifA t ?"L i- wv'ucr .- it "f, snw1" i ..ai hh H ASTORI CITT. )ixact Copy of Wrapper. THI CCNTtUK eOMMKT. NIW tO ' I ' , ' -- o Our Great Remival Sale IS NEARING THE END! aturday, February A TXFNXION 1 AT 10 O'CLOCK P. M., WE CLOSE OUR DOORS. Customers holding Produce Checks will bear in bind our closing date and get all these checks in before we close. However, they will tie 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 money on your purchases and the sooner you come the better you will fare. ! 4 $1.45 :$1.95 ' 5th, 1921 M 4i Xl Clothing Department IS DONE and senTHE FINAL MARK-DOWsational values are to be found all along the line. 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 Ging-ham Dresses, the final price Our Regular $6.75 Gingham Dresses, the final price r Shoe Department shoes. - One lot of Men's Suits cut to $15.00 One lot of Men's Overcoats cut to $5.00. "One lot of Boys' Knee Pants at price. Boys' Rain Coats anything in- the Men's and Siouse at price. YOU SEE THEM YOU WILL BUY THEM. IF one-ha- lf one-ha- lf r-s-3 These Shoes at the last call prices is the most ' Wonderful oppertunity you will ever have to buy $2.45 $2.95 last call price $8.45 Ladies' $12.50 and $12.00 Fine Shoes, last call price 6.95 Ladies $10.00 and $9.00 Fine Shoes, last call I Ladies' $15.00, $14.00 and $13.50 Fine Shoes d fl Ready To Wear Department Suits, Coats, Dresses, Skirts, Waists Bungalow Aprons Our Regular $2.00 Aprons, the final price $1.45 Our Regular $2.50 Aprons, the final price 1.75 Our Regular $3.00 Aprons, the final price 1.95 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 $7.50, the final price $3.75 1 Middie Dress, worth $12.00,-thfinal price. .$5.95 La lies' $8.50 Fine Shoes, last call price Pce , 5.95 5.45 at the final ..$14.95 19.95 24.95 29.95 Close 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 365.0D and $55.00 Suits, the final Price .... Children's Shoes. Hundreds of Children need new Shoes ritrht o 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 I Dresses! Dresses! Serge Dresses, Triccotine Dresses and Silk Dresprice. ses, all at 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 Qur Regular $30.00 Dresses, the final price. . 15.00 tOur Regular $35.00 Dresses, the final price . . 17.50 Our regular $40.00 Dresses, the final price . . 20.00 one-ha- lf e r Rain Coats One-ha- lf Coats left. price for all Ladies' and Girls' Rain The rainy Season is just ahead Buy your Rain Coat now. Corsets Spring is approaching, when all women want, and must have, a new Corset. Get your Corset now and save the difference. Our Regular $2.50 Corsets, the final price $1.50" Our Regular $3.00 .Corsets, the final price 1.95 Our Regular $3.50 Corsets, the final price .. . . 2.25 Our Regular $4.00 Corsets, the final price 2.50 Our Regular $4.50 Corsets, the final price 2.95 V Men's Shoes For dress and work at the LAST CALL PRICES. Cloaks! Cloaks! price. Eleven Spring Coats at price and you will All Winter Cloaks at have to hurry if you get one, the supply is limited. one-ha- lf one-ha- lf .... Heavy Overshoes And all rubber PRICES. footwear at LAST CALL V VFR YTHINf ?rom to nas receve he nnal stroke and Last Call Prices will interest any man or woman who ;likeg tQ save money on nis or ner purchases. THIS IS OUR LAST BUYING MESSAGE TO YOU for the big Removal Sale. The balance will be left entirely with you. h ? ' eep the Closing Date in Mind Saturday, Feb. 5, . 1921 yS I s 1 E. P. BARNES atii-a- on m. BRO., - BEAVER DAM, KENTUCKY. $&EEmE3EBEaB& .&gmX) vui itimiimUiijk --' , r . . J. y .jr J Jr